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SIXTY4TfT'H YEAR

NO, ?76

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY,

Conference Favors Right of Dominions FORHMSEARCH and Ambassador To Make Treaties

PLAN ARRIVED AT

Lord Curzon Harvey fieach Terms Satisfactory to Both Nations to

Overconw

Difficulties

SEALED LfQUORS MAY BE CARRIED TO PORT No

Speclfia Oistance Named, But Su80ected Vessels May Be Detained "Hour's Sailing

Recommendation Also Made

to

Adopt Plan

British ofTiciaU, repeatedly characterized as a dangerous menace to the existing good relations of the two countries, has been virtually settled. On the occasion of his formal farewell visit to the Fbtdgn Office, the retiring Ambassador and Foreipfn Secretary Lord Curzon, gave final consideratkm to the terms of a dr|ft treaty which it is believed will dear up the whole question. -Ik* treaty Is understood to meet

Attended by Diplomats, Ofand Representative

Not Abandoned

tiM,

Amarlean

a two-hour aesMon this afternoon, the Imperial it* discuasioa on the (tatus of natives of India in Enpire, adopted a number of committee report*, and paised a resololiea of condolence to relative* of the late Rt. Hon. Andrew Booar Law. It is. however, understood that the mo*t important of the report* adopted was that of the comniiltee on treaties and international water*, which ha* been in at imervak practically since the conference opened. Featares of neport

m»6m

but

thus enabUoa llMW'«M«r the Union Jack to reaHitalQ bftra en route to and after departlaa from American porU.

Oct. 31.— There •elKonty for ik* exemptioo of ire« mIc* lax uadcr lite SpeRevceee War Aci. bet Mick exbe aads by ike Cot-

TW

is

dw

sweece

f eti sa a* ez^aiaed today DapertMeBl of Eicite and rn anawrr lo covplauit* by Ontario governMeni agaiaat the

ef

ike

t

iKc

the

ti

(axiaf ef iaaaiia

for di»lrtb«lioa.

the agreement.

was exported

It

this

would be done today, but as the doovnent had not been completed it Was postponed until Friday, after which for tho- 4raft will go to America tho UnlMd States. ratlAfUlf n doi«tliittod on Pa«e 11

W

accordlHR to the report did not pa^s any formal resolutions.

la-

Among

le

l<>arfal of

of

and

l-:asi

KliEOTOflATK

VOTE ON MONPAY Campalan

of South Africa understood the variOoi Doinliiion representatives raised no serious objection to the proposal that committees of enquiry be appointed which was made by the representatt^-es from India, althdUKh some quarters the point was raised that they might tend

FOR

t^vor of "f^ch at Four 8otatk>iM Is Now Being Waaod VlaoroMlj in

VANCOUVKR.

Oct.

Jl.

—Drawing

an optimistic picture of the freatn««» aai potsnttal wealth of Canada end oatorprls* of th* people, Hoa. Thomas A. Low. Minister of Trade and Commero*. deetared to the Canadian Club today that the Dominion's progrrcss In the past was ncthlnv to what U *Was bound to be In the future. 91c' as had boon the increase in 'Wheat shlpmonto last year, ho was conMont that, with inorenseil elovutor eapaeltir and tho de«r«M
yesr After alvinr

ntatiflticn of Canadian and British Columbia T>r'iduct^r
Elrliet.

hd

alludod

the

to

freisht

tes Issue.

"You have

with othc our study and tcast, and we,

this alonfc

aueatlons calling for consideration In the

hat* our*. Somewhere w* must aiUidl* way. But you of BritBe held back by (he harriers of man's ereettnsr"

too. jini ish-

iar

CMnmhia eannot

Divlrlon cannot pprnlut!" ho nald "if there In undernlandlnit nnd confidence. VoTcrn of the past have been 'iiiltrj strona enough to make :i ration. There was no Kast and Went and surely the call for ia tho war,

wiMpa oonstmctton oan •anal.

Oet.

moot with

la

it

I

SI— From scores

tomorrow.

The of

principal bublness

Immtaratloa

QUmiSN or BRITISH POUCY

Tho loalal lo Sarvlce Council of a1hOVta la OondtliMHig the edmpalgn on behalf of clause A. which would retain the present tiystefn unehariRed and mak^.s thn cUltn nn the platform and in its printed publicity that prohibition has been good for Alberta socially, morally and economically, aad that the enactment of clause D would re-estabilah the bar In all essentials.

Moderation Speakers Speakers for the Moderation Continued on Page 11



AXITY

and incAciency in the enforcement of the Liquor Control Act Columbia with the prospect of a wave of antimoderation that may lead ultimately lo bone-dry prohibition, Mr. R. H. Pooley. Conservative member for Etquimalt. warned in the Legislature yesterday afternoon, while ipeakiai in the debate on the reply to the speech from

L

has confronted Bnti*h

I.axlty and inrfficienry in the enforcement of the lvifjuf)r Control Art has confronted Krltlnh Columbia with the prospect of a wave of antimoderation that may lead ultimately to bone-dry prohibition, Mr. R. H. I'ooley, Conservative member for

r

Mr.W. J. Bowser

IN PARIS

Debate Today

MR.

to

riM

31.

— The

W.

Bcml-i.fflclal

In tl»o conclusion that the Intsr-Allle'i

debts ought to be reducei ^\\f trying to prove to thf Amerlcann on tho eve of an electoral campaign, the newApaper doehuw, that it is to their lnt«p«B| to loam pipasy to Buropo wnilllM iomandlaa the iatoarai pay«Mf|t pr llM Barspiaa dobts.

IMa B tlM iaMeaU laak which Bnfland ia purstria* BMtlM«laally, the writer states. I^nce, he adds, has no raasoo to undsrtake similar action toward the WkmXm; har isatrfaia Is that aad ovoa anrleh Idi a It B aone

UaIM

oppoatlKMi,

ttte

sddrcM

Icraeea. the will

BOW.SELR.

J

will

ipsak oa

iKc Legialalare diis afikc ad)oaraaMal ef

la

Movrng

debala be iks

yeatcrday afteraeea, ke tpsaker oa ike reaasi-

im

Tkerc ia a aboat the corridan ikal

iac of ikc dekale today.

riraJ nuner

eppeailioB leader '• Kiesch will set

lack ia

lU

FASasn HONOR THIRD ANNIVERSARY Preaslcr Mmaollnl aad fteve*«l CaMact Mlalfltrrs Took Part la Oele> brntlon of the Fveat

ROME, Oct. Il.—The Itsllsn FascIsU and their supporters united today for the celebration oC th« first aanlvarsary of their rise to power. It was a ysar age today

that the Faetaking oyer other large citlea. entered the capital and paved the way for the Muesolinl Government. The featurti was a parade of the Ka*c»eti commandanta who took part In th« mareh on Roan. Overhead cmlsed an isnatrtUs ot dirigible hallooas aad olacl

I

VM«0OUVlbl. Ool. ai.—ftor harIng In hia place of bustnem fnotball coupons for a competition held by Winnipeg and Ifooae Jaw newspapers. Nicfc^Woklaa^ ooal^jpioaor. wmaiUioa *<.

.

.

araajr,

a/tar

«M

Premier MaasolhU to^ at tho hoad cf tho pvapaasioa, partod by aavaral

warned

in

the I.«gislature

yesterday afternoo"., while speaking in the debate on the reply to the speech from the Throne Mr I'fioley placed the blame squarely on the shoulders Of AttorneyOenersI A. M. Manson, whom he held responsible for shameful conditions in the northern part of the Province, especially in his own city. Prince Rupert.

Ir.d«r of

\

The Esquimau member fold the House that Mr. Manson's legal firm had been engaged ss solicitors for one Olier Resner as soon aa he bad l>«en appointed Attorney-Oeneral. and that Hesner and his chief lieutenant, Alexander Qooch. had fled to New Brunswick to evade exposure In connection wKh the "wide-open" lienor trade In the northern port. When Mr Pooley declared that so long sn Mr Mnnnon held office Hesner would not »ee the Inside of a Jail, the Attorney-deneral sprang to his feet on a point of order, and demanded a retraction of the state

msat. "I don't think the honorable member aalto realises what he says. said Mr. Manson. "He infers that I am not enforcing the law against a rer•

tsln I

individual In this Province, and submit that such stataansnt Is

a

Improper and anparllamantaiT. Sach an accuaatioa has nsrsr hooa mads aaalnat

me

saoesnshilly.'*

i*"' ''••'•r ooaasatod to withdrsw tfco rtaismsnt total (od to specifically,

tmt

aAsd

the

Attorney -General

Contlaood on Pa«s it

^

to

TO UNITED STATES France Remarks Upon Lack of Diflerence in Views and Points Out That With Respect to Separatist Movement Principle Was Followed ot Letting Populations Act According to Their Own Will

.SI.— Kormcr

Oct.

Premier Rt. Hon. Andrew

Bonar I^aw

be laid to rest at Wrstniinstcr Abbey next

Monday amid

will

.solemn

tlie

splen-

dor of a public funeral service, which will be attended by a gathering of fricnd.s of all political

government

shades,

Oct. 31. — By notes LONDON, governments today the British

delivered lo the French and Belgian govenuncnt ptits formally the aiuiouncrment made recently by Premier Baldwin that the government cannot view with cqusnimity the creation of ^arate states in Germany or ihe dismemberment of that country. The notes declare that Great Britain caimoC recognize as independent the Rhineland republic, de facto or de jure, because such a republic is contrary to the Versailles treaty

officials

and diplomats. The presence Prime Ministers

of

the

all

Dominion

in London will malce gathering reprenentativo of tho whole Kmpire, while Premier Baldwin, at the head of a large group of ministers and former riilnlKterM, the Archbishop of ('at\terhury, tho Bi«hop of I>ondon, and diplomats of all natlona will be in their places to represent tho political, rellgloux and diplomatic circles of life with which

the

Premier came into contact. Representatives of the King and Queen and other royalties Will he among the prominent i>ersonageR there to give requiem honor*". Many Woold Attend the

late

Seats for some 2.000 perHon.i will be aranged. bu^ they will provide for but a fraction of those requenting admission, and the putHlr will be allowed only a small number of tickets, as the personal friends will command many hundreds. The service will »!tart at noon, when the coffin will l)»> received by eomo minor canons at the nlde door of the Abbey and escorted to a place t>efore the altar. The Dean of Westminster, and probably the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Bishop of London, will officiate.

Burial la the Aliliey Only a few words will be spoken by the Dean after the serriee. Then the coffin will be carried, followed by a group of England's most distinguished personages, to a spot in the Abbey yet to be designated, where the body win be laTd In Its final

honored resting

The hymn

place.

sung

to be

at the wervioe

by Mr Ronar I.aw's f.inilly from amonir hln favorites, And will be rendered by the rhoir.s of the Abbey and the Chapol Royal of St. will

bo chosen

James

Palace.

rOKM£K rKEMIEK

He

vlalled

l.lvrrtHxil

Block Qolckly Mass of Dosm People Kacap*^ After H«cmlngiy Cat Off

\VINNIPK«;.

<)
In M

:!1

l.iirxl

of

flame and wmokr. whjcti, within f\ft«'eii minutes converted It Into a roaring furnace, the Hammond building, one of Winnipeg's pre-flre proof office structures ended It.^ career this morn

Only one person. Fireman II. .1 Shearer, wss seriously Injured. He rerrived dangeroui Intornsl hurt.i in a fall flown a Are osi-ape and may dir.

men and women, some

of

whom seemed

hopelessly trapped In th" blar.lnif hnilding, escaped with minor cuts and burns. The stage was set for tragedy. Inflammable contents, an elevator shaft which acted as a fuse for the leapinic flames, a score of men and women cut off from the flro escapes by an ad vanrlnir barrier of nmoke and ttrr all thene elemontw rombined to mal
death seem an

ine\iial)le

ment of the blaze

Cut

in

(

Has

lAtcation

\

ANCOirV'KR.

f)ct.

A

31.

Rapids

Iccatlon

lasted for only

the

thaak-

Mast Avoid ConpllcalJoM



i

On

Demands

Coalition Party

Believed Moderate Leaders Seek to Appease Clamors ot Radical Section of C}erman Red Hlement Which Seeks (Creation ot Oisis Strong Exception



Taken

to

Stand

ot

Bavaria



BCRl.IN,

Oct. 31. After a party caucus lasting seven hours, the United Reichstag delegation tonight drafted a programme of de-

Socialists'

mand.*, u(ion which it makes contingent its further membership in the While the nature of its communicatioa to ChanStresemann suggests a twenty-four-hour ultimatum, the ReicbiUg leaders believe that its tenure and contents are wholly dictated by the desire of the party's moderate leaders to appease its clamorous radical wing, which has been endeavoring to stampede the party into defection from the coalitioD. present coalition govcrnmeot.

cellor

Mlnlstemi ICxpialn

The ijoclalist minlsterfi. gnllmann. Radbruch and Schmidt, whose withdrawal from the cabinet was under

To Encourage

Young Men ONDON. laniuig.

In

31. -Dr.

Oct,

discoverer

of

^.

G.

laiulsi,

Cassdias CKili thai ihreiigh ihe eferU of J. W. Roger* and Eldward Famua. Toronlo. plan* were already usder today

seed

way

al

the

rrtearch

icientibc

rttabliiK

In

advisement at today's caucus, Informed their <*omradea that the Oovernment's action against Raxony had not been referred to the cabinet, hut WHS determined nnd put Into effect liy thr Kederal ' lovern ment "s military conim.'inder In liresden. UenersI von Mueller, and Ihe Kelch's commU-

Work

Research

I

I

I

I

rncouragrmeni of yoosg proposed under the chetSC MS. It to raiae $1,000,000 for the psrpeae, asd it Will \>c naliosal ia it* •cope. The resosrces of the fund will be availakie lo any mas, regsrdleaa of and a '-o»nriefrer or c onnerlioni. niitlee lo he named Uirr ihail drcidr

fued

ACCUSED ACQUIHED OF SELLING DRUGS

liw

for

wheitier thr

la

idea

(ubisitted

it

wortliy

If ihe decMiea i« favor of reaearch. able the idea will be earned to coai-

I

I

I

sloner, I>r Heinz. The party's mnderste

winr suc-

creded In winnlnir fiver the radicsl msjorlly to support of anti-secession sentiment In view of the general Internal sltustlcn and the further fact that the new Kaxon 'Jovernment requested aid from Herlin. which mould not be f.irthcomlns If the Socialists were out of the flovernment. Pasty's Advaatagr There was also a ntrons wusplcion In the rsnica of the leaders of the moderstn section that a parliamentary crisis, precipitated by the Hr lallala .it thia time, would prove doiiblful (

plelKMi,



;i

aas't to the party'a pre«tiK<* thla because of the Issues on which the party

"

"Some people you

are

affair."

will

ronnerled with said

Mr

dismissing the familiar to goodness eake. sake of society

.Itistlre

think

that

this

drug

(Jregory

In

prisoner. "Tou seem with the thing. For leave it alone, for the "

MOVE TO SUCCOR GERMAN CHILDREN Rclirr for Winter Will »r Souaht In Assrrtra for Two Million NaM in

rmCAOO. America

REFUSES BAIL TO LABOR LEADER HALIFAX,

Oct. SI —Thief Justie* Harris today refased' bail to Jamas B. MacLaehlan. formar sserstarr of tho United Mine Workers of America. In Nova flotjs. g|i4 labor leader, after MaeUkchUn hsd been sentenced to two years In the penltentisry by Mr. Justice Melllah. MarljkcKlan was ooa> victed In the court of ssdii4oiM liboL -

Frearii Views Oct.

31

—The

British
ernment. through ti"i Ambassador, the Marquis of ("rewc. has sent two ciirn m u n lout ions to ihe l'"rench Korf Ign Office, which were received thero as In hsppy accord with the conciliatory spirit shown by France in recent

intercourse

countriea.

The

French Foreign

between first

note

the

two

drew

the

Office's attention

to Juridical consequencea whirli might be entailed by the separation of (iermany from certain provinces. In that such provincea were not signatories of the Treaty of V'ersailleN and so would not directly have as-

the

two hours.

VA.VCOUVKR. Oct SI British Columbia's second mixed Jury brought In another verdict of not guilty" tonight, when a jury of seven men and Ave women acquitted tiarnet Bckhardt of charges of selling drugs.

Prance.

PARIS.

insulin at cost price.

na.i(i.

While British troops are kept In the Uhineland — many voices here recently have advocated their withdrawal the tJovernment Is obllsed to exi-rclee every care to avoid emburnuwlng compllcatlnnM. It is argued in London that It mlsht happen that the inhabitsnLs of the Cologne district would prefer to remain loyal to the Reich, even if a Rhineland Republic were established, snd since much evidence has been forthrominit to prove that the Krench (Jovernment favom the creation of such a republic, this would bring the British Into conflict with France at a tim« when, in view of the coming In of the Unltad fltatss to another reparations ronferanoe, It is more than ever necessary 4hat nothlnir dhovid happen to disturb the already somewhat s'ralne.l relations between (Ueat Britain and



WINNIPIW;. Oct. 31 Plans were made by the Manitoba Board of Health today for distribution ot ln> Biilii' for th" treatment of dlal>etes In the Province, laauiiil Will IM stipp4ted to medical men certiflsd by tho Mar toba Insulin Commission, and will be «iven free to patients unable to pav. Those In a position lo pay will get Ihe

(

a series of

Reactiod by Mlied Jury Vancoaver Case^Mr. JasUce Gregory Advises Man

ewbei

MANITOBA WILL SUPPLY INSULIN

tioned as the probable site of a huge dam and power house in the event f the Canadian Pacific ^Ing ahead with it« projected electrification of the mountain dlvi.slon Tho advices state that work on the twenty-five miles of construction railway already surveyed win xdtmtrtfilte next Bprlng. Work on the construction of a dam more than 100 feet high will be undert.iken as socn as the railway line has been laid, it is

arcompani-

Verdict

re si

War,

men-

been

has

site

The BMSMrisI ball lo be held at Moadsy evcaiag, the Arnwries oa Nevesiber 12, will provide a most welcoeae npreMion for gratitude, asd at the MBe line aaaial toward* the erection of a pcrmaecnl memorial in the city lo those of the race who gave their live* in the cearts of the Great

twenty-five i-'.iles of coM.'itructlon railway from the (ana
will

only 6tc year* ago.

Surprise

tn

I

citizen*

fulacM with wKkIi ( anada and thr Lmpire iearseij and celclwated the ArmiaiKe on Noveaiber II, 1910

for

flrr

fire

A'

It iM Keportcd. and WUI Begin h^rlf Constmctltm

damaire to the building and contents is estimated at S2n0.000.

The

wJI have in vtcw the AmialKC period. wKich will be celebrated this year ea Noveadicr 12.

Rapkb*.

torch. its

LL

POWER LOCATION .P.U.

Day

Armistice

a

TKey

thrilling rescues wliere every second founted. the Are department succeeded in Retting out the last msn a minute before the building became a huge

The

in

BRANCH RAILWAY TO

Socialist

Flames

dozen

part

taki-

dtfinonairatlon.

L,lb«ral

IN WINNIPEG FIRE

A

to

British action In this respect Is inspired in the flrsl place by the realisation that the disintegration of tJermany would leave no central sovernment which could be held responsible tinder the Wrdaille.i Treaty, and In the second place, by hi- fact that the recognition of the Rtilnelan
To Commemorate

ASQUTTH

H. H.

Whn, after refaslns lo adtfresa tlie l,lberal ludnnta at IJverponI llnlverally, wan kid nKpp<->1 by Ihrm He arceplirl tti» nltuallun In cttoii part and mad*- a tiumnrou.^ ap^^rh.

THRILLING RESCUES

ing.

Attorney-General's Firm Acted as Legal Representatives for Law Evaders, Hsquimalt Member Declares Accuses Oliver Goveniment of Gross Neglect of Farmers

Will Speak on

newspaper, I
LONDO.^,

Hammond

Mr. Pooley Brings Up More Liquor Charges

ays Gfoat BHtata Kb•a bifhMBoo Halted Oct.

Is that prafsrsntlal

still

wowtHs l ttee of ttr^ eronomie conference Is now at work in an-endeavor to dsvlse a plan whereby Bmpire settlement would be Btimulsteil and in regard to preference, the conference is still awaiting any further v>rri poaals from the Hritish gov»rnineni In any event, with the fle.ifli of former Premier Honnr Law and the preoccupation of Hrillsh MIniMteri on r?paratlonH and the domestic political situation, it is unlikely that the subject of preference will be reached before Thursdi y lext. But thu conference expect.T to ciMiclude Ui labors by the end of next week. JL

Bsquimiilt,

PARIS,

and

tariffs.

-

Mandai^

the Throne.

Msponss."

Le

ti

to stir up opposition a-'d thus defeat their own purpose. The text of t"ie discussion Is expected to be published

of platforms throughout Allteru there are being proclaimed each ovenlhg of tlip generul arxuments for and usainst prohibition and speclAcally tor and against the four proposals which face the elej^tors Ip^at

Mitmt

OppoatUon

With the exception

PRSPARINC;

this werii

MtalMdr' dC AdvoooAss

A. liow, C<.>mmrri-o,

ami

VhH7

various

lution.

UOUOR PROBLEM

BDIIONTON,

f

of

resolution of the Promlers' conference Imposed no obligations on the parts of the dominions to grant the franchise to Indians, nor. as has been rumored, was any Intention expressed of going beyond the scope of the 1921 reso-

'

OPTINISIIC VIEW

representatives

dominions there was apparently a general acceptance of views that a

AlBERTA DEBATES

-

such meani

Indian Question

-J

PrMDien to place Its Imprimatur on a document embraclnc the points of

of

The conference diitcus^ed the quenof Indians from all angles, but

iacledcd in the liat ef essaplisaa ef talc* lax at preaeel, il ws* Helsd. aad the depertaMat ked bet le colleei die lax.

Wtvm tiM British side It only remnhu for the Imperial Conference ef

— Recommendation

tion

•alia is set

aeal.

— Recognition

as without abandoning tho basic principle of the three-mile limit, will enable Ignited States ^iuthorities undiT defined conditions to search llrltlxh f>hlp8 for liquor within a 12-mile limit of the American coast.

CealoM

Krttlsh maritime rtshtii Kennrally. U would aleo allow British nhlps to eairy ttiaor into American territorial

n

2

isMiiia

•t the Mine time irives to Great Brit•la America's formal afflrmation of an iroverntng the three-«ni)e limit

wmi ii

of Its report are: of the right of a to conclude a treaty alone when the Interests of tho whole Umpire or of any other Dominion are not affected. ,

OTTAWA, cial

desire tot the rl^ht to vee-

•Ml^h Miapected ram-manlnv Mla k^rmid the three-mil* Umlt,

The main features

Dominion

Be Made Exempt From Sales Tax

PROPOSE JOINT NOTE

Westminster and Archbishop of Canterbury and 'Bishop of London Will Officiate of

Probably

the

1

Great Britain Cannot Recognize Rhineland Republic as Independent State Because Disintegration of Country Would L.eave No Ontral Power Responsible Under Treaty of Versailles

DOMINION MINISTERS ARE TO HAVE PLACES

INDIAN FRANCHISE PASSED

M ight

Kidnapped by Students

Persons and Friends

Dean

NO FORMAL RESOLUTION ON

Says Insulin

DISMEMBERMENT OF GERMANY

ficials

31. — In Oct. 31— The rum- LONDON, Oct. LONDON, Coafereoce concluded between the runninp

American and British HovAmbassador which ermnents, Hanrey, in his conferences with

BRITISH GOVERNMENT AGAINST

lUIIIIED

Public Funeral Service Will Be

Distance Off Shore"

issue

TWENTY PAGES

1923

1,

HABBEY

to

Enable United States to Search Ships for Liquor Within Twelve-Mile Limit, Provided Basic Principles

WILL BE

NOVEMBER

In

distressed

Henry T I'.R

army

Be

in

Oct.

Nerd

- I/eadlns to auccor a MaJor-'Iej^eral mmmanded the 31

an endeavor p«*r>ple.

Allen, who of occupation in <;ermany.

today announced a nation-wide drive carry relief to at least 3.«M,M« eMMr^n In Uarnaanjr during the earning Wlatar. Centr Ill a tions to llaanee tha undsrtaking will be solicited by the American committe* for relief of Oermsn to

whlrh <;enersl All*n Is chairman. More than IM prominent persona have aoceptad aatloMi eoMsalttaa. children,

of

Is at variance with the Chancellor conetltute poor political propaganda, eepeclally in view of the BorlallsU' recent ill-starred union with the

Scxon Communists.

The

party's Reichstair deleaatlnn suggest tc i>r. Htresemsnn thst existfns military state of emer be converted Into a federal civil regime and that the federal troop con'lnu^nta In Saiony whall he reduced and the pellelng functiona there assigned to the locsl organisswill

the

aency

tlnn.

Regsrdlag Ravsrls.

the

Social lata

ara

co n siderably mors sitisssin parcmptorlly dssaand tlldt the crme out In the open and publicly brand Bavaria's attitude toward Ihe federal authorities as a breach of the constitution. »nd desi with it scrordlngly The Ho .

tli«T

fVnlrsl t;overnment

also request the Government to spead Its programme for slaMMarisllsts

ing wagss and deasaad tiMU ft »rooaad agalfiM all whm (Mi to maka Vfmpi dallTsrIas cf (aed swppUsgt

sumed

obligations

laid

upon

tho

Reich by thls/treiiiy Denial of CYiUd^a It has been reported that the note contained various statements, including criticism nf certain msaaureji latien by the Krench and Helglans In the zones of orcupallon. hut it ran be ih*^ Kn\(^ thai Ihe nolo Is llmilfrt to above declaration, based on the Treaty An identical communiof Versailles. cation was made to the Belglsn Uov-

ernment. Continued on Paga 11

REPRIEVE MAY BE

GRANTEO^ESKIMOS Cat>lnrt Will (^onakUv flabjoot at Friday's HitaBg>—Apptdntaietit to Kxcbeqavr C'omrt Kxpeoted

OTTAWA. Oct 31 The Cabinet meet for the flr^t time thi!* week It on Kriilny understood th.it on* cf the mstlerH whioh will occupy Ih" attention of the ministers la the case of the two Rnkimos who will, unless the Oovernor-ln-Council Interferes, be executed on December 7 nest.The wideapresd demsnd for a slay of execution evidenced by the clrculsildn of a petition to the Minister of .lustlce has reaulted In a decision t>i re< onalder the case, and It is now considered quite possible that a reprieve will be granted. The appointment of Hon. A. K. Maclean to the vaoanry in the Rxchequer Court is expected shortly, aad may be made at this meeting. will

MIGHT COME BACK BUT MUST BEHAVE TiKTilAS. Oct 31 that the

rumors

—With

regard to

former

flermsn

Crown Prince had requested permission from return to

the Dutch suthoritles to Osrmany, It was learned here today that no formsl ra^ueat to this effect has been made to the Berlin government. Informal Inauirlee elicited Ihe fact that Ihe Oertnan fiovernment Is not UMrllUng t« psr« ml/ tha fennar Crown rrlhoa tm tvmn back ta Oennaay, sabjaet to th<» strlet eoadltloa that ha Itwm 4«ietlr oa his Mtats in MlssU.



QITKBEC, Oct. tl. H«fi. U F, Rrodeur today was sworn In as IJea* tenant-OarariMr af the Province of Quebaa ta ssssd lU. Umm. fir



o

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'

THE DAILY COT

ONTST. VICTcnUA B.C. THURSl)A^

NOVEMBER

.

1.

1023

EXONERATION OF

'

mm

m. m.

Priced for Quick Selling »

PrizM

for

Bridge and

Bsalnti^

MarmaUdc

CM^klUckt

Mid'

;

FOR GENTLEMEN

jJ

HoMen

garettc

(

and Case* Ash

rays,

JVWr KBCBIVED

Mitchell

Mih

JfWir

f*«t».-

Owiipletc

& Duncafl^Ltd.

Government and View Streets

Cor

7Bf

!1>

Carrots, per 100 lbs. Ctiiwin, per ton

91^.00

Mangels.

Sylvester Feed

^^%iSr

fl.SS f22.00

.._ ;

Company

4\

m

^

ELK HOTEL, COMOX OPBN'''^ILJU' Mlli iVJMft

waa^aaaiaaaA an Ootabar i«. under the dMlnaanaht* of Bar. J. A. Deyie. and aU start TtFT wsra hold la eamora.

ROUND

NEW ENTERPRISES

and

POSSIBLE IN Report of Bureaa

S^mag Diftd

coAr

The poseibllity Oct. 81. of estobllshlna crlndlna planta In Canada to prbdueo the many varlotles of ftaoly sroend noa-motalUc mlaorals used In >Canadlan Induatrlea la the nubject of a comprehensive report prepared in the Mining. Metallurgical and <'hemlcul Tiranch of the DominHcrcioforo, ion Bureau of Statistics. though exteni^ivo dcpo.siiB of the crude material are Itnown to exist in Canada, and though these deposits are In certain caaea belns worked, the bulk of the aapply haa been dylved from Impcrtatlona. It haa been Buaveated that It Is feaaible to substitute Canadian products for certain

to return to Oemmny. Holland does not ebleet bat l^euld net allow the to retani- to this oountry. Ae> eordlnv to rollable setirees, the prince

pHnM

OOORN.

0«l. of Pruaala, it in authorttAtlvely,^ haa aaked parmleelen of the Dutch coremment

(XtnwH DealA



OTTAWA.

Caisidy-Weiiiiigton

Prtaaa Frederick

at

CANM

Wltli Preparation of Non-Metallic l^^nmlft for Vsa

WESTON Q d

iMjmed

—only THE IMPERIAL CONFERENCE MEETS

—FroBS

Importations,

of these

iind

It

Is

haa conferred with the Oerman mlniKtcr at The Hafue in regard to hia

to pre«»»nt thr data required for

return.

puting

purpose of the I

ho

port

rf

probable

the

now described extent

of

comthe

Reeorda— IMaeh.



91 30

1

That

BM Blond

Msawsa-^Foa Tret

SabMa Bluee'— Fox Tret CkUd-Fox Trot

MMl

Tenneaa**'

Ten

Orchestra of Chicago

GM—TaafS

fjlat Timii

I

Chtcago

Tret

Thsl

Itn

of

Beaten Orchestra of Chicago

Tint OWGaiMof] /TiMt Frivaloas

Orch«»«ra

'

The Benson Orchestra

I

1

OlltSllar»Ali*tThst Hot

IntematioRal Novelty Ordi. '-Fox Trot

^'^'••'^

19IJI

^^^^ Ifcaiia''** n,,.

Nlaht on ths B« GaW^t Ot the SwaatI*

R,-

,

I

101

If 1

Otrhcstra of Ckicago

n

I

Paul WkitcMan and Hia Orchestia Bensaa Ordi. of Chkaae

lata—FsB

In

now bola« caaaamod the groaad or Aatlaellte.

maanesla, micA, Iron, oxides, quarts ur including silex and flint, trlp-

silica,

and

7Sc.

Vieiar lUeaeda— " pcrlornicre of

the

Bath

gift*

sumers throuahout Ontario and Qveas the United States. Lime la mainly uaed aa crude quicklime In the building trades, pulp manufacturing, sugar and glasa-maklnc; iiidustri^M and a limited amount is u.sed aH llm»»-flour. ActlnoUte, quartz, ,111.1 feldspar mica are now being to prepared a limited extent in * Canada. Coplea ot the complete report may be had by those Interested on ap-

plication to the Dominion Statistics at Ottawa.

,,,.,..„,,

S.nK

i<}enri-

h«d by our

Itod^liBiisai

of

LiOa

Ft»rmcr ScrrctHrr of I'nlte*! .Mine Worl»rr» at .'^.Trt^CJ, ( .11.. Is Srntcncrd to I'rnltcntiarjr ,



HALIFAX, Oct. 31. Two years VP Dorehsoter penitentiary was the sentence pronounced thla morning on Jamea

B. Madachlan, former aecretary of the United Mine Worksra, District 26. convicted In the Supreme Court on a charge of seditious libel.

while

Macljichlan.

reader and la a houaehold word In many parts of the Britlah Kmpire, probably few people, even in the metropolis, could state the location of the famous news agency. Like many other inatitutlons Of international repute, the offices are bltuated In one of the narrow t horoughfarea of the city, not far from the Bank of England ant" the Mansion Houae. They have a modept

m

\

No

exterior.

impo.
i 1208 Douglas

John!Steel Ifaaryi

Btlly

Lewis James

Mumy>Ed. Smslle

MwaSiMdsy

secretary

reports, of apreading false his colleague, Daniel Llvlnffaten, president of the organisation, waa jointly with arrested charged Macl..achlan with conspiracy. The charges arose out of a letter circulated among the locals of the union, and a copy of which was sent to the head of ths British Kmpire Steel Corporation at Sydney, the letter setting forth slleaed atrocltlea committed by the Provincial police In heir duties In Sydney, carrying out After and encouraging the strikers. considerable legal anion t>all for the two labor leaders whs arranged, and MacLachlan was tried at the hall sittings of the Supreme Court, which found him auilty of sedlUoua libel in Ltvlntconnaotlon with the letter. ston's caae haa not yet come to trial, and he Is at liberty on bail.

and

also

I

PRESS PAYS TRIBUTE

to Honrtflty and Htrrllag Character of Deceased

yoTlK. Oct ,T1 Ths newspay <,iitatan(llnfr tribute to the memory of Rt. Hon. Andrew Bonar Law, former Britlah premier, who

laUes'

21MJ3/Oll^iqhG«sl|i

ALPIaalMtt

famous I.

?Se

tfiiirA

\Tli* M Srtitksi

ArtlMr dryer's Band

VMan'of Relomo-Walit iUsssf Sprtai— Wslu

I9I3JJ

Pieiro

died yeaterdaf. The Trlbtine nays he was Jastty "lauded Hit a hiKh-mlnded and papolitical

not

doer,

a

talker,

pursuing un.'
way by

dint of character. The World, sfler paying tribute to bis character and achievement.*, says he is remembered nffectlonately liy supporters and opponents. "t>ecauss his

throughout his political Hfe ha played the game with fairness, anselflahneaa, intsffrlty

and

candor.'*

The Harald auya Mr. Baaar Law was "ataMe. cautious, truatwofthy and of an Integrity which no excitement or temptation Bonar I>aw was a public sertook. \ant of a aort whieti we have not yet produced la larga aaaihara la Aasar-

posseesed

lily MASTER'S VOICE'-VICTOR LKjUBLLbii>LL> KLI> :>LAL raOOilDS

SUFtPH

^

!

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caBy ths

mm» aa arhca tbsy wars gia^ii

mtim umi

John

The

a*i i

Wrtrtd

in

WatOf^farihalaBrlBe

Reae la the Bud

Aak aay

gjdrt

iliii llii

"Hb li«l«^VMlir4il»tar«i

IK lli^nii

MK iwmaclr

Wkm

ffaaat—Wahs fram Kimiism tnas

H4jMHPin

iavone (Act

f

2)

*

viiir irha (Ow>ptn Op. 3J. No 1) M«to4iy ( Padarcwsbi. Op^ Mk Now 2)

l.»1.75

and Suit You



were dwelling houses and offices. A stranger pa'ulng ihrouRh f»ld Jewry and seeing the name "Reutt-rs," might be surprised by the unpretentloua appearance of what has

Wamcn'a Hose—Jaeger and Other

been deaerlbed aa the groateat clearing house in the world for the world's news. But there Is the ever open door through which messages pass through the day and night almo.'^t >in observed, except by a police officer who guards the entrance to a police station near by. What a striking contrast is the quietude without to the ever restless of modern lournaliatic enterwithin! Here is the nerve centre of a system which has its ramifications throuKhout the world. Sensitive to events happening In the r«-mote parts of the earth, departments are ever "listening in and "broadcaatlng" to the world. Be It n. cataclysm in the Far Eaat, an upheaval In the West, an exploit in the I'dlar region.H or the fall of a Ministry, It is quickly known in Old Jewry. The world holds no secrete from

Phone 1125 $12.00.

*12



AU

Qualities.

Hich-Grade

Colora

Footwear for and Children

CO.. Ltd.

ft

FEED CUTGRAIN GRINDERS. FANNU^G MILLS. FBBD COOKERS." ROOT PULPBRt

CIDER PRESSES.

spirit

TERS.

prise

mCHEIX &

GEO. To

Ths Farmer^ Seasly H«iss. 1417 BrsaS St

SON, LTDe

Agssts, Maassy-Hsrrls C«.. LIS.

Pheae 13tS

"

iteuters. It

is

a

house of mystery, a won-

derful institution

whose organisation,

encompaasing the globe. Is one of the triumphs of modem journalism The founder, Julius Reuter, started with a staff consisting of one office hoy

Kxchange Building. The ^'tory of Its expansion In Old Jewry covers half a century. During that in

the r^oyal

time the interior ot the offi^ea has

undergone many changea to meet new and ever expanding services of news,

now

a labrylnth of rooms, staircases and pascaRcs where, combined with a lars:e ^l.tff arc devices until

it

Is

resulting from scientific and mechanical discoveries for facilitating rapid

communication. How Reuters have succeeded In great enterprises in so small a space la one of the myaterlea

But now a world. pijl.«ating with has given lt
changing and we change with the times," and so the agency Is moving Victoria to palatial iironiises on the

Embankment, nearer

Fleet Street

to

and the newspapers which It serves. There also will go the London Bureaus of the Associated Preoa and thp Canadian Press, and thua, cloae the to the River Thamee. ths sndr1»f ,

Medical Gjomasiiini Swedish Massage TrwtacDta

O— wilt

of rhraale itlMam sad iltltriltlss. 4*c««r. Ladia* aa4 gMU»-

7Mr ewD

(

earth will meet.

FLAT ROOF OWNERS you

If

Snp^leasonts

MONTltKAL.

—A

Oct. Sl. by «'hlef Juatice

of

Deimposed upon Abraham Ooldhammer. cnrto. found guilty of defrauding his credvalued at property itors bv concealing nearly »10,000. waa a totally Inadequate punishment and that it should be aupplemenled by a aenUnce of alx mrnths Yn Jail, was the ruling of a majority Judgment handed down by the court of appeal V^sterdsy. 1400,

do

not

assimilate

your

with Newton you are misking something as Nrwton i« a real roof-doctor tpecializmg tn diagnosing roof-troubles.

troubles fine

No

Prafeeriooal Pse for Phone 7

S. R.

aliasts

REWTOR PAIRTCO.

560 Yataa StrMt. Victoria. Gravel and MeUl Roof Troehi««

Felt.

Carers.

STOMACH BURNING T«« tT«d la

Body Foaad Oct, 31.—Th«»

PKINCE ALBERT.

Mtastas VMfe

dead boby pf

JO-TO

la recognized that the premises In Old Jewry are no longer adequate for the operations of the agency. The It

mf I's

l-'ai

J.

Croaa. a farmer, the road north of

if.

waa diacovered on

Welden, last night. He hud hem shot through the mouth By hli side lav a aingle barreled shotgun and a stick.

members of the editorial staff are making their departure' with mixed to which expreeslon waa given recently when, at an hour when feellnga,

piessagen ceased to chase each other in the air and under the sea. they met In a London hostelry to celechange. There is some brate the attachment to the old place where have been not one, but many crowded hours of "glorioua life." when Reuters have been first with the news and given Its "scoops" to the world. "the times lire perpetually Bat

ARE YOU A GOOD JUDGE OF MEAT? If

not, flon't l)f ointrfl
wants.

a.-*

we

We

will take care of will convincr \ou.

your

PHONE

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LEGS OF YOUNG

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mk

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lb,

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fb

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20c

^

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Cboica Picnic

Ham,

19c

Choice Breakfast

34c

lb

B9 Crtek CmH-MmrikA LONDON.

A Oreek

Oct. 31.-

rourl-

martlal st Haionloa has condemned to death Major Sahel^riou, wkc took a military laadinc part In the roeont ineurrectlon. aays a Central Mows dispatch from Athena amat at Osasta i Mataaaa, lata feaaa hatn tfea aniaf aC i»a ta Ba

Ontario Onhhonwe Wnr ued STRATFOnD, Ont Oct. Jl — The Coontry Clab of JItralford. situated oatM i s t%a taara. waa tatatlr dssiraaw a^avw aseiv v^aav wsea raaa a( Utiitt. Ika savM is

Special Choice No. 3 Iba. for

1

Creamery Buttar,

#1 OA

..^..,^Z:j^...J^M

Sold with other foods

M3

NEW ENGLAND MARKET

,

His Master s Voice- ViCtO

lien,

Women

WM. CATHCAKT

lb Seal Racnrda. And what a splendid e|H»or tu>Hy to start your library of music aMf iMtj thcrs af« two stlsctions oa each Rod Seal Rsoard fatstsMl of one. whila tlw pfk« lanain

Red

Fit

Made as a 11 rogue It's an Enjflish-Made Brogue should be Sturdy and Smart Looking. In tan.

rolitical

A

Can

BROGUES Sir

a
the facade of the premises which in daya when there were tio motor care

of the organiaatlon.

triotic

Wc

St.

Woaaea's Orsy Ssmi-Colooial Pnaaps, Spanish Heels.

carry merchant princea and financial maanatea to auburban homos,

GETS TWO YEARS FOR SEDITIOUS

DEPARTMENT"

Oct. 20 —While telegraphy annihilates space, news agenctcn draw closer the peoples of the world, and in thla enterprlae Reutsra have a foremdat place. An Important event In the hlatory of this old cstftbliehed organisation la shortly to happen. It in removing from the editorial quarters which It has occupied In London for more than half a century. While the name ••Reuters" is familiar to every newapaper

to

NEW

ChsiteNsft

saOy Owr



19144/MyAwaoCle Went Away a CnTSabir I'm A l>oo—

radHaMt: Hi$ Masnr's Vmar."

Bureau

Ifa^ York Kewspapera Play Ooa^pU-

Wilirsd Glenn

GM Ttet Mm FaciM I

gypsum and

l>apers

Km* Ysa 1%M as I taaw Taa

i9i'M/lf I |l Wlali

the

heme."

My Pal iiast A

those,

ONSt

l^elleoftheSea 19131

and

Of

bec, as well

NawTbGa

loiu'WhaatheBeUla

"Tht Theetre

•BOYS'

LONDON,

events,

7Sc

Hame"

talc.

maanealte ara produced in conaidorable toaaataa, are ealelnod and otherwias prepared in Canada, and supplied In the ground form and larger sixes to consumers both In Canada and abroad Talc Is rrouud and produced in nrvrral markotnb^ grades, which are shipped >o con-

Triaity Miaed Quortet

tkt

In

whiting,

calclte,

TO LATE PREMIER i.

His Maater't V oice-

Canada

la

$5.50

LONDON OFFICE

Abandoaa HIsMrlc Preaalaeo la Old itmwf la Favor oT Maw Qaartera

prepared form are:

barytea.

<

I907S

Master'* Voice"

minerals

corundum, feldspar, fluorspar, gypsum, lime, mafrnestte and

lay Whsa,

Was Draps

The

Induatrlea.

TbeVjulaisas

Tiat

ITS

Ipuportant deposits of almost the non-metalllcs most commonly

used

Want— Fox Trot

-FsaTiac


go quickly, so we advise

will

Price for quick clearance

REUTERS WILL MOVE

seaaea all

ox Trot

I^ast

\ tctreU,

and they

lot.

be

charge

Doub
Medley Fos Tiot The Great WMte WavOr. Melodlae Wslu Tbs TiaabaAsurs Unas Fea Trat Wkitcy Kaufman's Original Pennsylvaa'ia Serenadera 19127 Uaterfllo— Fox Tret S.S. "Levtathan" Orchestra 19I2S fThe Gold-Dliier— Fox Trot C. Domberier and His Or. Cblck-A-Dee^- Fox Trot International Novelty Orel*. I

[TellMsAStafT— FoK Trof S S. "Leviaihan l»129|Lo»aitJaMAflaa M - Vox Imt

thua

With the exception of sulphur In the native state, whiting and some speelal crades of clay. Ca niidu poi>-

of District 2«, t'nited Mine Workers, and during the coal and steel strike in Cape Breton last July and August, waa arreated on ordera of the Attorney-Generara Department on a

GlU TD'-DAT" Oh

which

market

aubatltute doveloiiod.

Mr.

Hn

\n this

Ibc lA>ndoB Dally Rxpreaa.

'

15 coats

early shopping.

olite

daodnf

Try Our 4% BntHflrt Qoalfty of Milk— the Milk that It RklMf in CiMB.

is a tduble-fareasted model with gilt butdetachable blue and white sailor collar, and has a good twilled mercerized lining.

style

tons,

by Professor Smith. The court which reported its flndinga to Rot. Mr. Wilkinson today

Tcwil*

«n Hi* Pvblic

The

dolomite,

An IdMl

Wt Are FarMK

These sBMit co«U of British manufacture are mack fnNB a luaraateed incbfo blue rough serge.

Smith when he waa Iwinv swaatsd Toronto, that no terma had basn dlacusaed and no salary mentioned. This statement was declared to have been £alB«

Vancouver Island* B. C.

Brlttf*

$5.50

laMHvted

In

m4

Girls

,

VEGETABLES (Ml

«^

O. 9m«\k. forMorly

the mor momber of the faeaUr. UalVCrBity of Toronto Prof. Smtth's ctiarcos Profeasor Smith was vice-principal of flMtfa far l* «M>ntlis, when on HUf' t, IttI, |M was i Hmlwe d for alleted Inaubordteatlaa. Be aaed the institution for breaeb Of osntraet nnri wrongful
Iir

limitrd ^iipplv of

W.

by Prefeaeor

For Boys or

.

vice-principal of the collece. Thr placing of the charges against the Dr. HlddPll Wii« tho outcome of (liamlssul from the faculty of the colcafle lege, and th« aubaoqnent court launcbod by FrefHsssr taaltb. a for-

75o t0 $5.00 STREET WINDOW OUK

OK DISPUVY

Vbo liiUlll

tednr.

Key Cmci and man/

Wallets, Fci^ciU^ Flasks, other useful articles.^ i

Boa1>on Dishes,

a choiet MUcttoa ot otk«r

artleka,



Dr J. H. Opt. Jl. niddrll, pMii.jpal ..f Wesley ("olleae. of Winnipeg, w«» exon«-ratcd from th« charges of "diaobedlence to dUM lpline of the MsAaoOtsrii^buroh." In a report tamed br tli« liia l eb»reh court WINNIPKC;.

Jar*,

i-Made Reefers

Briti:>i

Mah long FOR LADlK&^- \ Asct.

,

Straat

FuMic Markat

~

-

.

THB PATLY rOTOVTST. VICTORIA;

Speaking of How to F inish Edge Grain Flooring ^

T^ONDON.

Car a.

ha

Lenion,GonnasMC«,

am

I

Vkierfai. B.C.

n

(1.1,

I

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fell.''

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tp Rent.

194 Bvoogbloa Stntt

(lot)!

.



I

'K (Ml! view of cultithe Inlet; ha. live aLic.s vated land, or more it desired.

for

.-.I

pri.H«prl

in

I

nr,-

iiiri..t

.

-

ft<

I'ndouljledly

l>t.

BSOAD

aaas a ViSl luif Svl

Kdmontoa Maa

a

tPvlwl

l>ead ta lioeai

T£L£PHONB

wewrl^d A)>otit Poor Health

In

6S

I

Furnished House

hotel

lorril

Monday

las:

Hart The evidence showed

evening,

that the late

Mr. Wilson was a plumbing and hardware supply merchant, of K.ltnonton. He came to the Coast for his health about Hix weeks aRo, and was advlaed

undergo

to

treatment

for

nervous

known

to Im alive when Mr. Thomas R. Orlfflth, a friend, who ranie from Edmonton with him. phoned to hini at II oflock l.ist Monday inornlnK. Chief of Police .John Fry described how he was called to the hotel on Monday evening, after the hotel servants had broken into the room and discovered the traaody. Mr. Wilson waa dMd. sltUna In a ehalr. an automatle piatol sUIl grasped in his right hand, a bullet wound througn his temples. Ti e pistol was one which Chief Krv h.id rIvom Mr. Wll.son permission to [iiiri h-i.-fe only that niornInK. on the representation th:it ho

'

10S7, Colonist

was Rolng

to the Yukon. It appeared that no one had heard the pistol shot.

The death muat hare been instant, and occurred some tlm. between 11 o'clock in th. mopilna and I o'clock

VICTORIA

at





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Yon

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EarthqiuUic In K|Mln

MADIIID, ik.

o.t. Ill A Kharp rarlhixriirrpd Mond.iy at Padrllli>.

the roads anti It wan nrreMMry to stop work In the nu ne quarrlca beoaUM Of th. Milpbur-

Carpet Cle aning Baciwp««

itoek at

kvfM#

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yratetdajr.

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the

tlrad.

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latter

be sMured upon ap-

W.

Months

Th.

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mm

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bulldlna

PM-mit figure, for this year ar. now a little over $11.those for the first ten 000 behind of 1922.

flRxire-t

By kind permiHsion

of



Best Wellin^OD

.\

th. SMilor

Seats may be i*eserved by telephoning Secretary Edwards.

ber Ssle of Costs.

mm

On

pricings that

it's

thst sre presented.

almost astounding the rcanarkable value-giving opportunities be wdl) worth' y«jMr while to investigate this Novem!^

It will

'

TO

Fur-Trimmed Coats to —

ommisstoners Arc

«

WcMt

..mi no:

Appll
Invest liralc

with

The

the application

December .s.i.':katoon,

Deormber bm*

8;

3; 1

Calgary.

)«Mciiihor

December Ue^rlna,

7.

is

and Winnipeg, Utofxm-

1203 BroMi A. JL.Gaakan

.

^ B. Mi.

ap.^ cea^ for many

dropd hflaaa

:

30c. sec

man's straw hat weighs

A

III

>

.

unH^^-

while a WeaMA'e wfigh nine ounces. "ices,

miawabl..

Shiloh is the idMii rnmadj H Is not a bulky couah mtxtur. h«t a fonaala prevaa sue-

St— Phooc U77 .

makes

and

years. A few lmra
r

h' |

SHILOE

FOR

COUGHS

it

In this pecis] group are a niunl>er of distinctly amsrt Utility Coats in the strictly Uilored lines that many women prefer. The3r«rt*ol heavy all\<'ooI coatings in the many new shades of brown, grey and fancy tweed mixtures. There are msny beeotntng .styles to select from, and the hr-^f part of it is they are so low priced. Un sile-todsr St $1975 sod $22.50

th.it

VIEW WJNDOVV SHOWING Vs..

J

Issued at the

These amounts ara mere favorah)« to 1928 than wero thoso Isaued iit the end of September, for In Oi toher pormits. totalling $89,417. w«re l..»sued. as compared with 4( permits, totalling $57,246, in tb. same month a yMT aao. Th. Octoltfr Maurw w.r. augmentMi by th. taking out of a $65,000 permit for the Memorial Mali of Christ Church Cathedral, and also a $lS,n00 permit for repairs to the liquor warehouse owned by Pither A ?.

I..HNer.

which rafferM

long a^n

In

rt.maa.

LONDON, Oct. $1.— Sir Ijiming Worthlngton- Kvan.^. I'ostma.'ii Jon eral told an audience nt lluddersfiehl. l:i.st niKhl. tlijil thoy nilKht have an opporiuniiy of expressing an opinion on the national policy befort many months. Great Britain muat have a tariff to pfotMt h.r hom. markets, he said, but Premier Baldt

win's policy did not mean taxing meat or bread. Lord Salisbury, lord president of the Council and deputy leader of the Moii«o ,,f [.^yrds, on the other h.Tnd. speaking last nlKht. docl.Tred that an election was unthinkable in the prM.nt condition of foreign markets.

loHlrnctlons to

to

DRESDEIN.

W.

Ooaklln. Winnipeg

Convicted hy Jary



Yomh, Remanded



The Jury

mendation

remanded

adde,| strnnif recomfor mer< v Conklln was for sentence

r.

C.il.lot ho;,,]

r

.rnii

r

SI.

J.

manager

of

the Floradora Mine in the early days of r>awson. was badly crushed Monday when a Urge plec of maohlaery fall on him at his eeal mines iiMr nwly. elahty mile* south of. hM«. aceordlng to a vepert reoatved H«r« today. No dctalM eC tke MsMeat

It

constracted of the very best are ia stock at

is

If has a 1 piece firebox (ooljr bot* torn half need be renewed).

It

BUttNS

WASTE, it

composed entirely Democrat, un-

the fuel and does not

a furnace that will please yoo. keep the hoste warn, asd keep the It if

followlna* Dr. Fel-

fuel bill

down.

Herr IJeb.

Interior; Herr Held. c.raupe. LAbor; Herr

Finance; llt-rr Neu, Justice, Herr UOB.

I'lcianer,

Educa-

Albion Stove ^"miij^ SIM

te.

DeellUrto

PBKtNa, paias eS bf ioa WiUched

nritlali

Afw B4 to

Jews

Af

I.X>NDON. Oct. ?,1 Developmentjt political campaign the Hritl!«h in Hpeeches are belrg closely follower! by the overseas repreMntatlirM with a vlww to furthM* .tucldatlon of the fleeal policy of th. Baldwin aovemment, bat what further British pref•renc«« proposals. If nnv »re to im submitted to the conference remain

The eeafwenee diseaarioa en prof«>Mieo win not now t.|i. plaee until next week, whioh ia expected to b. the final week of the conference. Sir T/amer Couln <'iinndtan Minister of .Justice, will Ko to Paris tomorrow to open th*» <'anadian lYavellna Eshlbltloa ia th. rroneh oapttaL

their

DawwMi Miner OusImmI FATRRANK.^. Alaska. f)ct.

it's

Oct.

tl.

— Th.

LIMITIO of relief for deetltut^ Husiriane within

foreign

diplomatic corp.. In a raMBoraodum to th« Chinet.e Foreljfn Office, has sugguetcd that China take up with the l.««gu^ of Nation, the aaaetloa

Chinese terrlt'ory. The reaouroe. of both Chinewn and foreign oharitiao are taxed to th. utnoM,.aa4 Husniana ar. kaowa to 'bo dMUh from ataavatloA asd tbie eeartas WlMar:

THEMjPl^ HANDY &1I£

umta.ted.

file

Brent, form.rly leadmir In Fairbanks' eompan.v. who.oe waj« ?<;>lil to have been Involved the aiieco,) libelous article, will )..in Mi^s I'ickford and Mr. Fairbanks In the libel rait, aeeerdlst to her husband, B. r. Flnemaa.

and

malg^^aatf j«rts

wm

Th. named by

III

the Victor! a-ll a d e "RADIO." Pipelcss or Pipe Type.

Dr. Fellloch. n Soolallat. Mialater of Koonomloe before th. redeposed Soeiallst-CoranMialBt cently government was Mtabllshed.

..,

Ji._Mr

THXIkB

Saaon

^Th.

WINNII-KC, Oct. tl.— Lloyd W. Conklln. Wlnnlpea youth, waa found guilty by Jury h.r. yMt.rday of man* •laughter In connMtlon with tho d.ath of Mra. RoM^W.ILr, who was atmck and fatally Injured by an automobile driven by Conklln last Rummer.

Seizing

Furnace i

HochdlMs

of

tl.

Oflt.

ta

e( a Battlesaia

Thera a

Money

18. After the election the HouJe adjournal until November 6.

cabinet

SNMHr

IN>rm«>d Cabinet

.

lbnUrt-l>

mlaletere wer.

attorneys a libel suit against an eastern film maaazin. which recently printed a r.port that America's sweetheart and her famous hwAand had quarrelled over

Now York

!i

Is

Diet early today elected Dr. A. Felllsch aa Premier by a vote of 46 to

llacb:

I'ioyd

Dougla^ Fairbanks, motion picture actor, and his wife, Mary PIckfcrd. annoiincoil tonlRht they had that In

CompoHMt

Wfra Che

L\

of Soclaljata. but the dertook to support It.

\

THE PiCKFORDS

wired

As Premier He

The I

a Are.

Oct.

on la

-

(

1

not

mm \m mtn

roHtmaNH>r-<;enmil Kxprrssed Opinion That It^todoraio Mlaht Voce oa Nattonal PoUoy Soon

SALES TAX TO BE PAID tNSVLIN

m

in

-and

t(j

$19.75 and $22.50

10.

name

Irrltes his cui^torners him InefTlrlrnt and

secinp^

Trimmed

be primarily in order to provide opportunity fo^ objections to b. heard from interMtwl partlML Th. board will alt In Edmonton NovMnbor 8S: In Yleterla.vNovember 29: Vancouver, November 30; NelG;

woman

sni.iit

her Winter wardrobe includ«.i a FurCoat, and here is an opportunity to secure one at a reiii.irk,-il)ly I'ltra Smart Coats low expenditure. of excellent quality velour may be chosen in mil the preferred Winter modes, at prices that Will prove very Un sale today at .532.50, interesting. $37.50 and $47.90

for an lncrea.se In expre»« rates on Canadian raJlways. These slltlngBwIll

son,

*

$32.5u. $37.50. $47.50

OTTAWA, Oct. 31.—The Board of Railway Commlaatoners will hold a series of meetlna. In Western dtiss in connection

Sell at

to

lady

Foei Co., Ltd.

Goats to

Utility

to

felyn

Vietorii

Smart

Sell at (

aaother woman."

COAL

Today

Sale

lent

be Informal.

RAH W\Y

Wo mcn^s

liase of

i

lucky purchasf on the part of onr gfarment buyer makes possible tlic\c excelCoat values planned for laday s selling— a November coat event vo low in

its

FILE LIBEL SUIT

muBi com. from luuore. C«l«ry King Is a mlxtur. of m*dlcinal herb, and root* that rld« the myntem of Impuritleti in a «entle, natural way An old anA wpli t-l*d remedy SOc and fOc packatM.

i4i

~ ^

tion of the action.

1

and Fur>Trimmed Coats

Utility

Naval omocr and the G.O.C. Military Dlatrlct No. ii, uniform may be worn by all rank a it ho so destr. at Ho-( Blahfa dlnnnr. Oth.rwla.. drma will

In

Conttipatlon't ll«niMy

PfeOM SIK

special

mole at ^ebruaae sad. aarroundlng which will b. buna liL a prominent poattloa and lllumlnafted with a apot llabt. will snabl. hta auditors to follow the apMk.r*. draerip-

City lliill yejJtenl.iy show. I'p to last night the total w:is $889,873 for 337 permits, as compared with $901, lit for 409 pMmlts at tb. .nd of Octo« bM> last r*»r.

LOS. ANOKLBS.

CarT>«t

A

J.

An latareatlna fMtur. will be the addreaa to be delivered by Captain Thorpe-Doubble. upon Admiral TryWhltt'd flat, which w.iB one of the most memorable of the navy during the Great War. A large map of the

Aiwl

pttrcfcAslsiif

WIndaw and

H. Uuphea

s« p»« nilM T.

Cmrpttamm tMP<

Cleaning ۥ. vv.

o|)eii.-,l

Month

ous (uniM.

Not*—Ow OBtr AiMfMH 917 rONT STPMCET

Itland

nioM SUM

14M

Road

I*anl

months

or 3760

rt(>4

m4

Sorvico

Only Addr«s»-f21 F«rt St

I'cop cr.K kH

'

BOlLDINfi FKil'RI

all

The HamUtoo.BMch Pieneera

AU

nu

S«U

aUowad om

'ivery

'

Mills on Ciarbally

Bm Mr

cant

CoBptny

Detcrlptions r-:--:-'

p«r

ihe Carpeteria

Ipricet.

BoiMint Material •(

,

i

i

ting.

St

Cciliag

Biqr,

.1

Pricr

AppointmenL

Wondcrfiil Carpet Cltaiiuig

stock of ail descript)ofM in v)hiplap- Boards, Flooring, sad Siding, at attractive

.

I

23

Co., Ltd.

Short lenRth

vv-

condition.

C-W Radio

SPECIALS

.

about his buslnes.M affairs. He seemed quite normal to Chief Fry, however, in the opinion of that wltneaa. Ho waa unmarried, and his relatives war. aom.wh«r. In Baatern Canada. Th. Jury r.tumed a verdict aa statMl. Th. Inquest waa held in the office of thf B.C. Funeral Company.

I'.tijjine,

RADIO CASH DISCOUNT

719 Port

.

night.

LESS iUAN

The Cameron Lumber Co.

Hue*.

I.rnKMh i
by

M

niarennt

Phone

^ ,

"

'

I

Mr. ririffiths testified that his friend had been In poor health for some time. Mr. Wilson had a form of nervou.s rouble, and wa.s worried

M

an
Largest Vans in the City SOS FoTt St. Phone 2505

P:

ft

ir^f-class *'

*

to

trouble at Reathayen Sanitarium, to which place h. w.ot from VancouHe realatM-ad at on. of th. c ty hotols last Saturday, and waa la.>i!

Drnwinp^ Room, Sitting Koom, Dinin|^-Room, Hall and Cloakroom, 6 Bedrooms, Maids' Room, 3 Bath-rooms, large Basement, hot water heating, tennis lawn, kitchen garden, orchard, two hundred and fifty ^ r two can. Apply for feet water f appointment to mspcct premises to

Furnitnra Moved. Crat*d and Shipped Pool Cars for Prairies and All Points East

.

ver.

to Let

BAGGAGE COMPANY

,

defencea

committed suicide while In a atate of mental depreaalon, accordina to th. verdict r.adOT.d yMtwday by th. laqu«.t Jurr .mpaa.ll.l by Cermiw B. C.

Box

,

,

.

Udwarda, SSStU

John C. Wilson. 41. of Edmonton, who was found dead in his room at

latara'^'-'"

ftX&^;£T

-

.

The anniv (T.sary of the Rlocking of ZecbruKjre Harbor will be commemorated thiM esening by the British CanipaignerK' Association at its annual dinner, which will tok. plae. la the Chambwr ef Conmores. Aread. Bulldlna. at S o'clock. The speaker will be Captain T. I* Thorpe-Doubble, R.N. Colonel C. Peck. V.C D.S.O., president of the organization, whoee brilliant war record won him renown, will preside and offlciat. as toastmaster. Members of th. Britlah Campalaners* AssoeUtlen have besn looklna forward to tonlaht's function with eager anticipation, and the great Interest taken in the function may be measured by the rapidity with which the tickets have been dlspooMl of.

will

-

ARTHUR COLES U05

Haanloh

OF SUICIDE

VtiUIU;i

particulars apply to

Estmt» Mid

,

plication to th. sMretary, Mr.

and

'Rr.ii

I

ktolstsroua

These

gentleman.

.

\\

f

.

British Oampalanera te Mark Aaalof ffiifhwiiBB at or

eventually require the Northwest Sower, and V4ctorla will not permit the manlclpallhL to ue. It until the d.bC 1. iriMrad elr.»



-t^

-

For full

,•

.

mmm

lh.it

sAd ienns reasonable.

Ihice

1

MfUi UMUIENUKATk

t

Very

fishing.

retired

1

1 1>.

.'-'.L.itil.'h would !.»• w.-L .I'lvi-o1.1 'Min •lowM the by-law m the tiupe that ih. city will alter ii« trrma. I would aRainnt any revision. It would not bo wise for aareementa to b. trMted tn that faahiOB. Aa for pwmlttlna th. payment of the eaplui ram mad eaacelllaa the latereat. I wlah to pelat out that th. city had to borrow the money to make the Northwest Hewer lara.r for the use of Baanlrh and had to pay Intfrost upon It. and we are Justified tn askinff interest on the

FOR SALE Good boating and

TMs

Season

to

of I

.

t

suitable

TbU

the .\

a<"

I.I

I

ii.iiiif.i

ii

atithorlxlnK Ihp pavrTif-nt of the .^rwcr

!

1

The PrInc. looks very

«•!

HI to

(;ik<-

I

h.i

!

.in.

.ii.i

i

h."

t

enterc; Aa 1 am not suf it iil K ucciuutnted with the matter, I would not care to aajr anythlas aa to the wlMlom of the aariMmmi. but I do claim that ther. la no rMW>n for Mctcrla to eenaoat to any chana. boinc mad. In It. "tJnder the aareement Baanlch must place a by-law t»-r.irt' th<> ratepayers each year until mu h .» rnfaaure

STORE AND DWELLING m

I

1,.

:.

bMn

eonvemnt with

not

f

,

anil iiotti >n good (nilh.

ColwcKxi—known

and .-

.

.,'1.1

!

have made Icng Journeys from W.lah hills to see the I'rlnce.

txjtli

C BUDOIIAN, Afcat

'

w

I;

'

^.

.

!

i

\.l\t.i

tardajr.

to

Situate at

'Offefed

darfaa hla four days' tour. Throughout th. four days his reosptb

Umltod

J.

Cost Vslnet

Offered

Abcrystwlth Is one of the WeMi Piaeee e( laioreet visited by th. Priae.

oeaoMvad. ne prc-

I.

anand th. MortkweM BBWwr

to

"While T

.

I

.

.11

l>iJK'

ths Best

iicsl

Cost Values

late totwe.* th. eltr and taaalek will k. entertained, Miarer Wattaald Bayward Mated ye.-

!

Woodwork

t

Oct

a

1023

1,

haa dlaappeureU during ills iloyal Hlahaaair tour in Wate. and whMl

MTMment Mtwed

WITH THE TME.N. AND Nor T1I.I< 1111. N, SHOULD m FINISH BE AFFUta

ot

"II

was rstUHMd So l>om

Aflar Itiias it shoiild be at Urat hand dressc! thm scraped and finlly papered GRAIN, imiil prrftctfy smooth.

Craftsmen

fr./m

»

A I'erym w

ki,n^.,,

!

ot Ike

CUf

U«lrr

The

SAANICH PAY UP

Fuusb

Bouitiiui

NOVEMBER

A PLACE WHERE THET lEnnw imRELLAs

MAYOR SUGGESTS

I

To ObUin That •o

^THURSDAY,

B.C.

VAN DY€K cieaa msivfMer w. a. rursB view at Itoaai

It.. «i

laiiai at Vtot

Sold CvcJihlict

e*.

TORONTO. ' Ontario government from th. admlalatnUloa in Ottawa that laaalta. the Nuatly-dlwwrTMeS CTMtmMt for dabatea. will not be eaataptod froai the special Iwvies of the FaSer al avtliorttlM. and that tt will haT* to pay a sales tax in com mon with other commodltlen Tremler rargaeon, In a statement. sai4i that the Oatarto aoTtrntmont wQuld loda* a atrona proteat aaaiaet

Smaller— the

leaa

in

price—

New Handy

ENO bottle

is

Size

even more

convenient for travelling,

and use.

your

for

office

Keep

dub

and club

a

locker

bottle in

—also in

your oficc desk.

5AL'P

THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, Mm

Kdabllahcil llkt I'ltnllna Jk CubMatllMr

r,,l,,ol>t

VtclurkA. B.C.

Br9a4 auMt.

memorial

.1

Hut***

I

X

I.,

H

'''fi

1

TAIT. «Ml*«M lfM*«*r H«(«» by tjiMirf

y—rir

»fwl

li

W»n

'

*





Nul>»iib«r«

i>r
in

n.-diular

b'

f>

"

war has tut

Ii" Wth oM and

has

same gutter from the from the crowded

those

shifted

instance,

for

iiicrcbants,

heart of the city,

To ranAita. UrMl T»«rir H»,f Vr.l i,'

.1,

I

.

.

1

UrllAia. Ika

b>ll.»
west into (he Strand, but u has not utUrly de-

pavements '

Chrapside,

f

.

»

lalM pa/KbU

bUtan-

In

Mg

ia

ftl-

upon tiic vanity ot all ihrngs tcmpoiai a is, one Irandred thonann# of G«r> two^nncnj ''"f li'i'^y's proud Caw''

IMS

WANTED. A POLICY

What

ir.ai!

--

I

1,

man

^troyed tl^ belief of

'

,

I

All •uksuri^iiun

*

..

i

'

>niiTif nt ar

\

and what a sign that the unvaii|piilh*

sccoaditg the

frw

-cply to the St>«<*

thcXer-' TkroM r,overnmrnt O, fO .»bcj>ti

'

in

the the

wilti

'

*

be land stttlenien' policy that w«lM immtRr^tnt-. S gm^km UMlocetnent to

Ur:

i^rirulture.

"

to

kM

l

thle »4icgu*iiA provided, to «ettle in knows, or ought to

CMfe^. She

kMW JWV.

Kttle-

*

^>"<^

attracpoirj would prove most Legis tal aba IMS not given the It V-i Kleas on that iubject altofether CMinot be lh*t Mrs. Smith

mmt

tion,

Jlitu"

•p^«Tca a poiey wWeh

derigned

it

per month to bring in on!y 50 settlers the Minuter of aa Mr. T. D. Pattullo, That is the

istratiou.

John Macdonald

inr

Jeaii'

.1(1.

-

!

inanrc

Briti.1.

ahoold

Colombia what thia Provinet matter do in the pramiaes. ThU n is no longer a aobject in,,

of for

needa concrete It genc.a *tK>nt. propaganda propotnli The time when of settlers influx alone would bring an ,

Would-be settlert to what II0# want to hnow WUCtly what the wanted, are they extent be helped conditions are. how they will environto become inured to changed

belongs to the past.

what tangible aid will b« given, advanced if any, help will be fhem to reach the country

nirnt,

and what, to enable

which is rryiPR out for new settlers. shows This question of immigration toomttch tendency to be left in a maze The Trovof hoprs .I'rul generalities.

is

.!

and

believe that t.. there nm reasons such preaervatives have their cficci promoting discaae. In Britain in thve is at present a .Irpartmrnt ii committee of the Board of Health ui quiring into the whole question of

the use of preservatives and coloring i( in food with a view to reporting

prilled over the fire could con-

sfi-ak

On

tain arsenic.

the other aspecta of

poison he pointed ont that there waa use of preDenmark now did not servativea,

a decreasing need of the

use them In bnfler, and tlNey are tuinecessary, too, in the case of mar-

employed. still although Bacon, he says, need' not be pickled

garine,

done. preservatives as is often People, he pointed out, would not buy

preserved peas, beans and spinach unas leaa they were as fi'esh in color when tlicy left the garden, and yet to

maintain this color crystallised sulphate of copper has to be used. steps that Mr. Hehncr siigKCsts should be taken to protect tin by the use of harwiless lacquer, ao that food* substances cannot be attacked

He would

by the metal.

where alternaand one of these

preservatives

of

use

restrict the

tives are available;

hand experience of conditions in that

admitted that, owrng to the difficulhas been ties intervening, nothing

(

on


written tlwiw .han^T.l

'*

It

country from which

ii

hoped

is

Canada's

for

settlers

secure

to

lands,

should bt in a posiuon to outline a Her Columbia. British policy f#r

WM

apCCcK'in the legislature appoiA^ctat in this respect.



dis-

The penny merchants of the Strand kgve been selling Orman M.irks in the gutter, one hundred thousand of them for twopcnca; and William Bohtho, soldier and journali'^t, has been inspired by the tight to^ the composition of a wiae and humane utterance in the London Outlook. He fought against Germany in the Great War. and he haa n6t forgottan the

which becomes a man to witbatand the might ariM. He calla what he saw. "An l",mpire*s Funeral in the Strand"; and he sees all that vast creation of strong will and pride and \vas dominion, which the lust of

magnanimity

who has helped of Germany in

the

symbokzad in Kaisers, come

at

last

crown to

the

workmen, have come at last to these unhonorcd rites, this tinconsecrated borial, and are one with all the lusts and pomips Qf fallen power which have ever dwindled and died and blown away in the doat and aahes of Thne. moving s^ctaek and it ia qoi It is one in the presence of whkh n British wish to forget that the would BSM .

it

tradition of hia fathers enjoins gener-

enemy.

a ayiAbol of many I^ndon gutter

is

fraternity traces to

Bonrd of

modern diet The Health Committee

has an important task on hand, and one that will, in the matter of recommendations, if they are carried out, well repay the present research work into a

menace

modern

of

times.

were

know

that the

road, so often advocated

West Coast

these columns, should have become a matter of auch practical politica as to be considered by the Legislature. in

What tion,

is being done in this connechowever, amounts to very little,

and what is wanted is some statement of policy from the Government respecting the immediate future. The Government prides Haelf on what it in

bia.

for

It he> yet to opening up Vancouver

things, will not

OM

tlMK frif in the marketa of ftoance. no British coin amall i* Tlltt^ cnouKh to he \hr equivalent of one

hundred thousand martca. Memory atirrk tb« b«aiy« h»nh Tke glory

mimber

roads, but the

new roads

of

built in this section

which have been

teyen ynnra constitutes a mileage of a very of the Province during the last

The Vancouver

slim character.

and members should

get

Isl-

together,

and seek to While development.

irrespcctiTe of IMitics,

about bring thry play at cross purposes this section will continue to snfler through

governmental neglect.

MR. JOHN is

I

There were able men in the Mackenzie Government, but none who i>osaeaaed the supreme gift of leader ship; none bold enough to advocate a policy

was t^^

in a state of acute dcpreaaion. •





and Cartwright.

Blake

Mackenzie,

the ablest of the Liberal leaders of those days, were all free traders in the tM revenues of the Dominion were principally derived

abstract, although

the

of

products in the United States was then their goal. P>ents had demonstrated that reciprocity with the United States upon large

anythinf like

cities

terma was imattain-

fair

ablc.

he .had







if the Dominnot actually to electors sustained him Parliamentary majority.

was

of Tariffs

was

ion

essential

to prosper,

The by a large Sir John .^acdonald

survive.

until

the end system he

of

was

supreme days, and

his

up still survives, Liberal Government of

the

The Great War. Brctkoor family aamc haa bec ome an institntion on the Saanich peninanla. It is a nanne highly respected and the deepest sympathy will go out to the in

members of bereavns^t

A spoel«a gtvaa farth

the

iktl

•C

Me

fMitty

Itk

wntar>liiy

only

tne Xar-

aWMt

or lora's

ahim

.\n
tut elMs el «ay,

W*

nmr ll«

WkiU

t»m,

bf waUrs cImlt, akrlarks pour unto thr ran'

«•(

Their

Ami wken

W« kM«

bright da., 'Matll bcU* ol Ouacio <

J,

oaddioc cocB.

Msat

0. UtU* atorlM br a

HENRY

HAD A

Qraat Storr-T«U«r

won

17«B

IT

A strong scent of oaSona and the kind ot whisky advertised for "mecame through chanical purposes" ihr keyhole, closely followed by an Individual bparirm a manubulky Acrlpi under hts arm about the tiize Of a roll of wallpaper. The individual was of the description raferrad to by our Kngitah eeualna an "one of the lower claases," an4 by democratlo papera aa "the hon* and alnew of the country," and the scene of his Invasion wan the sanctum of a rreat Texait newapnper. The editor nnt at hia deak with his hands l'^iii ([''d In his ecanly hair, gasinsr (IfHpulrlngly at a typewritten iPtK'T frorn th" hoime wham he bought hia pH (ipr iiupply. The Individual drew a chair close to the editor and laid the heavy i

nnnusciipt upon tin dMkii wttMh emaaed beneath Ita weight. 'Tve worked nineteen houre upon It." he anld, "but It's dona at laat." "What la ttt" aaked the editor. "A lawn mower?" "It in an answer, air, to the PreaIdoni M iiieHsage; a refutation of each and everyone of hia damnable doctrin< M. fi complete and acatchinc review of every- assertion and every falsa, inaldloua thenty that he hnand/

"About bow many—er pounda do you think it

—^how

many

contalnat"

said the editor thouchtf ully.

hundred and

"Five pases,

and twenty-aovon



air,

"Written in pencil on one aide of the paper?" anked the editor, with a Stranae llsht In lila eycn. "Yea. and it treats'ojt— "You can leave it." said the editor, rising from hia chair. "I have no doubt T enn use It to advantage." The Individual, with u strong effort, COlle'^tPd his breath and departed.

bill

and

"So

said:

so good; but I wonder will print on next week!"

far,

what wn

By

ment of Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King professes tO be free

the

(Copyrljrht.

Itia.

Way North Amertcaa

It

was

a condition, not a theory, that

Canada

confronted

condition,

is

AN





year

1878.

theory,

that

the

in

not

a

Tree traders

years ago bcUeved that protection was hot an ephemeral thing; that it would pa.ss away and the only sound that of free trade, would be and firmy established. But the United States has adhered to protec tion, carrying its policy to greater extremes with the ndvent of each Republican administration. AH the

theory, finally

self-governing nations of the earth, with the exception of Oreait Britain, have followed the example of the

American Republic. The doors of the United States are closed to all products save raw materials. The manuof

facturers

United

the

States

oxtranrdinary Inf^tanro of

lr>nR-

evity la that concerning' an jigtlculturiat named Thomaa Parr, born in Bhropahlre; Kngland, in 14S3. Jle wan engaged in agrleulEngliihman tural puvonltB, and worked ReacM in the field till after hia ^ft0fJ5i 130th birthday At 120 lir

married a Ke
and

had

new mode

of living criua*^ hia desth.

A

poet-mortem ex.Tininatlon nf h\m body waa made, but no Intomnl

symptoms of deoay could be disco vA gmndbon of Thomaa Parr ored. died in Bhrofnhiro at the aire of ISO.

it.





has also (leveloprd

No Utter

to lh« cdltar will

b« laaarta4 asaapt

lAnd SeUlnment make the

— Kindly

following my letter -dated S4th Inst, appearing In The Ooloniat on the 24th. the worde "a large aereaffe." were sutMtituted for my words, "nlxty millions oT acres," thus losing Sixty atatemcnt. the value <>f niy millions of rt'Tos, according to .i l/ondon dlapatch. iv thn colosnal acreage the I'.mpire Hettlement offered Scheme by Mr. Oliver, or about onequarter ot the tetnl area oC British meuntaina, including Columbia. forests, atreama. lakes, awamps and

Mr,

eorrsotlon. public: In

political history of

arable land, to wan Mr. CHIver

free trade

you thought

crisis

finds

that

in

the

Great Britain. That and industrial nation now every market in thr world

closed against her finished products. finds that the fiacnl hand
is

She

Merdmnt marines

payers.

The most

enterprises

profitable of

being

is

all

her

systcaaatically

'

Kt

!•.«

r>..-'

I

Reeve

r

\V

tnvri

V



. '

>

..

Wutjiiiii

•,

i

i

.

-

f

i

t if I"' by the declnlnn if .->« the first and unly tirne they were «< corded a chance to have a voice In this sewer queation, he haa peri
1

.1

1

my

H^ttlri

Perhapa

on.

who waa mlaquoted, orlgtonl atn t ei e nt

flies in

A.

W. PAYNK

aidnsy R. M. D.. Oetober 3t. Itza. Premier Ollver denied that (Note. he had offered any apeciflc acreage for the purposes of the Kmpire 8et-



UenMnt Seheme.—Sdltor.) Nerthwnsa The burning gn eatlon that ia Sir. agiuttag the lan ^leh eleetorate ia the nneetlon aa to whether Saanich waa eesnmltted in any way oe wax a party to Incurring any liability In co-



of)eratlon with the City of Victoria in

conatrwetion et tho eo-enlled northwMTt sewer. The people ot Saanich. oclther by

the

Weilers' Almost c\c\y week some specially interesting value is provided in the carpet department at Weiler^Tos. The reason is because ill ihis huge stock there are always odd carpets and remnant pieces to Xsit detridj and to move

them quickly they are marked

fere are a ifiw splendid carpet values display. I

I ohalCounelllor Brooke to produce ooplea of any bylawa ever submitted for the ratiflcation of aay liability in thin aewer controverey from the files of .Saanich, a« provided by Section Ofi of the .Municipal Aat, either during the commencement or at the completio n of ^ the northwest aewer. I challenge the Mayora and OonneUIors of the City of Vletorta. eHher the present Ceancil or any other preceding Council t.. inodfii e any aKrcement signed tn- the .Saannh Council iind riitificrl hv the Haanleh ratepay-

Wataoo and

27

tingle retnnant piece of Wilton Stair Carpet, sufficient

A

to cover one ordinary Blue and brown shade. * at

of aewerage that may enter aewera. Reeve Wistaon per year to protect

A

aald the people liked to bo is trying it on. J M. KBLdAE. Gorce iinad Weat. Saanich. October 30. IISS.

and Mr. Wktaon

.Sir

I

of

Caipetiiig

m

pattern.

To clear

An

exceptionally hard-wearinp carpet material in plain shades of taupe, iblue or^grcj

Sp^eSaC p«f yafd

at

K«port of I>og« read the very lnlcro.'»linc adMr.».

Wednesday'a

Klleii ymith and would like

M.iry

lasue,

in

to

the laland It would give employment thouaanda of immigrants, and then the cleared land could be taken up by them for farmlnR. Would anyone with an expert knowledge on this xubject satiafy n hOBt of laqnMtive taxpayers?

W. 14 la FeU St., 31, 1*9>.

J.

DANDRIDOE.

mu

of Municipal Inapoctor

Municipal Inapeetor Qeorge H. Deane night. The clase averarea In are those schools aoout forty-two pupils. In speaking of the presert situation. Mr. I>"ane pointed out the need of being careful In "abuffllng pupila about in order to make n paper balance." Bvery etilftlag of pnpUo lose.

On

the Inspector's recommends* the handling of the congeatinn Me problem waa left In his hands. will report at the resuiar meeting of the bonrd In a foetmght'a time. tloh,

lU'lonxIng*

of

boae C'Karrtxl iwxly

i;r

V%

]Made In VN"Tk ->^ie Lnfco Appointed Trr»«-

Good

ii.s

l

Man

Premier Baldwin of

protection

He

is

for

is

calling attention

advocating a policy Piitish

industries

Some courage was

reqiured to do that ia n lunn i r j an de e ply roied in free imt as Great Pritain tradr If

Mr. baldwui dissolves Parliament and appeals to the people to anpport measures for their own industrial salvation, there will be one of the bitleraal politicnl botltat (vtr 1nio«^n ia tkg

Wttonr ol*tka eownjr.

Cum-

1. it her the Saanleh Municipality owee iss.eot or it doea net. i( u to reaponalMe, why so nineli g«lbbitn«?

No one knows

better

Wataon that Haanleh owr Niclnri* one dollar

than

Reeve

dOea vrt

not

he ir*«

led into creatine a llcUUoua detn by elerft

nC

I

Hmdm

U

MMbNTn Fnnd

Klchard I^e. K. C. M. appointed trp«i»urer of

haa

G..

Sec! Yon

will certainty aen katter

ym

ChrUt

Md

HulldlnKf.

to

.

$4.50

euooeed the late Mr. H. H. Rowley. waa HIr lUehnM lAkoTn aLppolntment made at n reoent meeting. o« the dlrectore of the new Cathegral btHMMr. W. L. Morkill Ihge committee. wae «l«o added to the board of dlreetorw. Clxcellent progreea In the con^rueat tion of the Memorlnl HnU buUdtnr

if

yon discard those old gtassea and let me test yoor eyes for a new pair. Test and glasses complete will oaly eegl

i>p
«M4taaU

o(

aradlay

iaatHali

lOU

the rerner of Vancouver and Courtney Htreete hao boon made to date by the eontrnetore. Meeem. ParilU Bioe.

Aided by the flne weather eondltlona. a larxe number of workmen 1« \i*J-louf»

brintr ^nu'lfy'^' \\\r-

p.trls

of

will

be

Thf work

uncIertakinK

ontlnued during the Winter months. la to be con tnieted of atono, la espeoted to be ready for u«e next 8ai|inMr. With the nppolnfment of Slr^lUoh<

The new bnUdlng, which

charging William Ford and Bafainad Angrewa with having, aat n flra fna October li. In which alx men and

women porlahed. inelndins father-in-lMr, O eecgo lOnla. wrIght.

Ferd'a

« i^ay

ihr new treasurer "of the T^Ve I'lncl. ptTMonH who rontrlbuted to that fund, or promlewl HUbifnrlptiona at the time of th« campaign laat Spring, are aaked to kindly aend their pormonta to the treanurer the Bynod ofllce. 814 Peaa^erton .Tt nulldintr. Kort ftreet. or, If deelrod, He-veral adfor th^v will b*' ditional ""u bfTi pi j<>n« bavo bee*» received Hlni~»» tho arfUHl ronjr) ruction of the now building waa begun.

ap**

bull'linK'--

^oalMl

Bia§tBrlmn I-ymg wnSASKATOON. Od 31 drr an oat sheaf in what appeared to be a pool of dried blood, tn Mtli^ a tobaoco aaek aad a handkerehlef were found en the. University of Raokatchcwan farm yeeterday within ISO feet cf where the charred tmdy of a young man. with a hniiet hole in his akull. was disrovi.red on Oetober The finding of the body waa made by univeraity farm hands. That the money, aaek and handkerehlef were the properly of the murdered man. the aothoritlea have no doubt, and the dlaeovery eompletely blasta the robbery thocry to which the prevlneial police have clung alnee the crime .S

committed.

nor by ngreeoient. ibitlMr by any Moaay by*laiw maMed by the electorate of Raaatch, either dnrlng of the commencement this aewer •yatem or at Itn completion, waa the Corporation of Baanlch Munleipality to incurring ttie of any liaa party bility on the northwest sewer ayatem.


mt Beeottfol

CHllRCH

MtMORIAL HALL

Sir

report that there wjcs congestion the in the classes at (Jeorge Jay, Hurnaide and Oaklanda schools was laid before the city school board by

caused a certain

CWUST

been

A

RNISHERS MtaiHn

Lr«BUM

Church Cathedral

Soli^iiK of l*roblem Is licft In the

Hands

COMPLETE HOME

B^.. Oct

Vletorln,

cuNutiiiiuN

\%

Rep.

twelve-yard length of highAxmingter Carpet,

hear what ia her opinion of an export tax on rough and unflnlshed lumber, also loss included that are being shipped to the south in their hundreds of millions of feet. The south and elsewhere are now compelled to buy from us I Btili maintain that if the ab()\e had, miy, fl .i thousand feet export lax we could pay off our immense debt in quick time, and if the stuff waa aianutactured here on

I-'
Carpetia^;

f4.50



Oriental beautiful Re^r. $6.75 per yard.

Bamum

<\rrpn



:

j^rade

Sannleh.

C,

stair.

WUtou

Oriental patterns in beautiful colurines^ of light fawn and rose. Ffice, per yard,

yard.

per

$9.00

Vlctorla'a reoelvee

616

at

desirable pattern; 27 inches wide. Special, per yd. fa.PD

of liao. If pnased. will ooovnit Saaaloh to build sewers in the City of Victoria at Saanich cost under the City of Victoria's engineer, and Saanich will have to pay the bill be fore any connection can toe made with any aewer (iyatem In Saanich. That iniquitous 1920 agreement Usnits the

B,

A selection of the newest designs and colors with borders to natch. Price, Irwtndini? 1. inaking and laying, i

any payment on the north we.iit sewer. A aewer eystem aa outlined by Reeve Wataon and Counolllor Brooke in that agreement

fooled,

Per yard, ^l.tH)

wide.

in.

Body lUusscls Stair Carpet in handsome fawn shade and

ers obiigatiiiK HHanich to

amount

Carpeting

Tapestry Brussels Stair Carpet, ifi a choice of several attractive shades and pattrrns 223 J in. wide. Per var

now on

A xniiiiiiter

eU

^



Nikolai OnenaOct. tl a f'lrmor rwblnri mlnlnter, wa« aaaaaalnalr-d mI bin r>wn dooralep laat nJsht, and M <;uo»hoff. formrr ftnlConaUintlnoplo. at m'nlKter Sarlan who waa wHh him. waa e«»rlou(«ly The poUre aacrlbe th*weonded.

BOnA.

rtleff.

crime to yHvoCe ««ogeanoe. There U no Rign of u n reet la the oltir. M. Ooenngleff van tMat and fooninl party. nnI der of tan

UX

WtU

for

In<1lr44>d

NEW TORK. marger the

FIFTY

YLAlv:.

! nea

f

—FtM

STORE

gegree Oct. SI. ingletaaenta were recofned by jury in nrooklyn today,

r

AuU lUUAY

See

Oar

WMawMfdrSaU

iivt)

«Ny< aea by any «Moae aaieai|« ta* larveal

Bargains

Parnainaal—Otuwa enoaMO: Vbe eewe ef the eeaMBg ef Blel «e take %H

M«eM is

•<

C>

w»— M*

(npr9m»4 a*

Parllam*al

fcy



hea kaea tke

•»

r»»niiiii->n

elilef (•*!• af -Olieaaana teday. paraaaal mmtmtj, k« to thm l«k«lltt»*4 ef hi* th* <~omfT»»««. and <« "hx •»
of

A raHtty -

-

-

»• p»r m iu»4 u> hni<< htm aaat wl(liee« leetvatetlea. Tli« CltM*a. t^mkiat nf caaraa. aa eaeal.' hy MlaiMertai laaparaMM^ pradMa that will k« a very liyaiy itaM aeat waek. In

VICTORIA

a

keeae. niel ••at Ie tiM •f azalea

tmm

Mi

»

Closing

gnnd

t.

rrettfet—Aa aMnard la eoa h

.

MhABP

petition

to the facts.

at drastic dis-

counts.

Victoria's City Hall.

lense Reeve

if

an

At

r

It

exacgeraf Ion.

Carpet Economies

agreement, to produce any petition of the ratepayers of Saanich during the com ,» nr eriiet or the completion of the raid northrtcet newer, completed in July, lOIfl. according to official

last

raw

overcome

f.-^l

liitiinatlou

wh'.< h

In

<'f 'I.!

.1

with offspring. At in he waa Inirodueed to the eoort of Charles I by tho v:arl of Arundel aa a remarkable prodl(r>, t>iit tti'' chanK'e of air and

are

conserring their own raw materials and drawing more and more upon the materials of Canada. The conditions today are predaely tlie conditiooa which that sagacious statesman. Sir A. Macdonald, deprecated John because they predicated the utter ultiimpoverishment of Canada. mate A crisis has arisen in the history of our country similar to that which confronted it in the days of Sir John Macdonald, and apparently we have no statesman endowed, with the ability and courage of Sir John to meet and

»

to

trade in principle. •

ti

I

'

i

i

set

urn

service

'>m« h«(i. aai xhiiparing ktrMa t

<

II;

although the Sir Wilfrid Laurier professed to be free trade in principle and the govern-

It

•'

Reeve

Ten mliivitoB hitrr xlx India ruMxr erancru had been purchaaed, and the entire offlce force were at work Upon the manuscript. The treat weekly came out on time, but the editor yaaed pensively at his laat month's unreceipted paper

by the be guaged fact that, though vergia« on tiM alIcttcd apan of life he volunteered for

may

t

boldly announced that as Reciprocity of Trade was impossible Reciprocity

are being estabest^bMahe d r egar d lcas of coat to tax-

They

plain


p S»Wt

vanoed."

have ^en years well spent and ones which back upon he must nlwagrt have looked with t)lfasnre and satisfaction. His Island.

VAncOOVer

*•

(.. •(

The Mackenzie regime struggled through one Parliamentary term; but during all that time the country was seething with dissatisfaction. Farming wfs unprofitable and hundreds of thoosanda of young: Canadians had migrated to the I'nitcd States. When Mackenxie dissolved the House and appealed to the country Sir John Macdonald met him with his National Policy of Protection for Canadian The Conservative Leader Industries.

made its influence felt in this dethrone her from her once established position as the greatest mamrfnctmHng Western country. Coming to the 'and trading roiinlrv in the world. north end of Saanich whM he was Even her position as mistress of the eight rears old with his parents, whose memory is still cherished in that seaa la beint attnekcd by a system ol ibventions to shipping. government l#«nt neorty 70 years on

»rrp' (1*1

I

years.

flrnt.

.1

.

.

h.K

locality,

Ml

!



not

894

here,

I"'

man, w.i still a had tcmporaril>

public

a

a-i

lliu

.

'

one d«r*a to dt< Rot hMlth all M«k, •
Om the

in

II

'

the Cily ut \ ictori* n Chri of practically I4S.000 at t When this klatortcai agrc. anbmUtod to the har.i headed Saanleh electors In IfS*. th by-law waa defeated, and properly i"

T\

times

stiriini^

tif

IT

w-«sei

h «

in

llrr< no

popular idol. He >st the coofidence of the eomitry, but til till retained the confidence and .iHcction of the Conservative Party. e remained in opposition for five

.^

BRSTROUR

in Saanich but only thraoghont the Victoria district as well that the death of Mr. John Brethour He was connected will be mourned. with a fnmity whose pioneering spy-it

It

patriotism

"beaten those atoop to apii upon cgiki** In tkn SlrMi4 yon may b«y bundrccf thousand for twopenre; but they will not fetch one quarter

Island.

are ready to admit ft baa made improvements In existing certain

We

kwt Swall

Or alM, ft

fifty

WKIT COAST ROAD It is of intereit to

aa*

WlMf* MMfllt slM

And

that Events Canada. jllowed marlicd a turning point in the political and fiscal history of the country. Sir John Macdonald, not and onK this first vithttanding

setback

<

ilo»t

hull

I

lalt

Mr.

of

of

confronts Canad-i today.

pitiful

j>enny-worth of Markt—••. many for twopence as not ao tM( ^ago would ctfiUnlN (or most have made a of the buyers The. old German Empire has gonc^ and Ha ynaaing is observed in tfaeV obsequies in which the hucksters of a crowded curbstone officiate aa priests and acxtona. The pride of Fredericks Great, the ttrong purpose of the Bismarck, the blood and sweat of five g cnthntostt ol Ocrnan soldiers and

k

there

realised

is

it

begin a proframme

which once baclmd their promise to pay with the greatest army of history, are blown in the Ix>ndon wind and trodden underfoot in the London mire, while a broken aoldicr of the wars maWes change for two-

It

proved, yet

something wrong because of the increase of disease which the medical

the

of

soiled ootea

also, that the

is

conthe matter of road i« doing struction to open up British Colum-

aactlon of a London^ gutter. There wa« the Empire for aaie, he aaya, in the 'capital of its foemen; and the "beaten eagles" of that Kntpire on the

osity for a beaten

alternatives

British

THE OUTTBR

AN- |UIFt)RB IN

Those

in

h

waiting for the federal GovFederal to acV and Ihe ''most entirely '.ovrrnmriif is rrlproMS*nda by speeches anB fhe IS

ernment

*

g"

occupying * deal of attention in Bnglaad, foodstuffs

in

an extended adoption It is obvious that of reirigcuwtion. the committee of which Mr. Hehner to look upon come is a member, has the use of preservatives as a danger to human KMlOi, add wlileS^m8f be

.ince

guvcrnnient the _ Mackensie was anfcalne^. • • •

I

u^r\

pre

of

Why

l

IttlO bilities of introducing poiaon the body, he aaki that, every beef-

»

sayin g ^tiw* already pn record as Canada wanta immlgiMU f»»« help them to must »he Old Connuy suffi come here and make conditions arrival to thaif on eicnUy attractive rr^ their becoming permanent

She b«a not yet told

The danger

h*rr.

lieic,

!

Tliat thu* thou

that

»

Cotembia will aettte the tnnd of Britiali The lady member for VanconTCr

dents.

FOOD

election

ihf

1

followed

lii»tory

PKitSKIlVATlVliS IN

d*«p

fur rat

am*

(

romc

hrrr.

:(

!

from the imposition of duties upon imports. They could hold oet Htfle hope for the future of Canada unless reciprocity with the United States could be obtained. Canada was then,, as it is now, largely an afp-icultural country. A market for Canadian farm

'•'al''*<"fl-

she has Smith, with the experience adviser to gaiiied. ahonld he h ralnable of Unds in the framthe Department ing ol a land settlement Po'j^y

found those who will twopence at leest for that forgotten Imparinl prMBlge to pny. he

the charges

but

,

admiuistratioo by Mr. Huntington in co—action with the .!, roti-tr !i. i>f the Cnna>ii»'! Railway were accepted by the Duiiiui ion ParliaRient as proven. He retired laid against his

lustration of the extraordinary poasi-

M

'"-'f^*?

give

rii'-nt .—

om*

In

most popular ot Canntfnn poB^al

the

w

' '



THC WOOD-MYMPNg

bONo I

**Vf*^

hai ontHned. as aim of the Government. has been oficiaUy tUted, though there or not intimtion aa to whether is

iM

-.h

f

Tn. nin4«

I

Saanich electorate ever had of an.v la iiablUty on Ue aerthwent aewer. It set pnaalng otmagn thni tlw Beeve ^nd coonoUmen in the year ItSO the railed in their duty to Inrsnttgale the »k> facta of the caae t>efor«)

hat Endure

I

Governoi '.rfiemi, to Iimui an .kIhhm

the stimulate to calculated indtutrial life of the country, which

present

aim

e

still

I'ot'nis

I;

of t

any one of them »• injurious to health, and if so. in what qnnntttica. Mr. Otto Hehncr, a leading analyst, is a mem ber of the committee, and he has been drawing attention to Ae cumulative effect on the human system of minute poisons or quantities of insiduous physiologically active snbstsncea used Aa an ilfood. as preservatives in

Landa.

that

nbovn the

ariae

«

Britain eoateCt with thotr y<-.,\Ar in induced, were proper t.r Mil ^h,, ,

may

spirit

wreck of Empires, that the

Smith

opportunity of eoniaff

h*<^

human

able

lit:

union II t< d ThlB w«LB

yntra ago a gicjt p..inK.» I hc Ouv criaia took plarr in Canada. emment ot Kr )ehn A. Maedonnld \!rx.!ii.1.T Mr was defeated and Mackcoxie wna call««i upon by the Marqnis of Onferin and Ahm, then

!

ui

m

Smith,

!'»iih

\(.

^u.i..^.

All

l(f>

• liar»-

Fifty

wide

•wath in o«r cMUntlon. The wind ^^r many thin?^ .f it has swept it

liaM* •!



magnan

of

it

.

" >



he*

th<-

The

imity.

M.itilhly

i"

ij. II!

1923-

1,

who, In City Ooanell of Victoria to

ily

not yet altogntkar the *Wcleas fab!>:/' rii .tnd that *'inanbatana has fa^td indeed, tul p^ge^ui not so that aMMtbinf is not lelt as

C

NOVEMBER

TfaURSDAY,

B.C,

emm k«

m

Li

J. N. Harvey, Ltd. •14416

YAIES STREET .J.

:

|

,

THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

PREMIER NAMES

m mmm

SKATES AND

BOOTS Maynard's Shoe Store

leader of adjoumed the del>ate ure yesterday afternoon .mil he will ha/e the floor when th^ House siu this afternoon ai 2:30

K

IS

Stratt, Vktoria, B.C.

of

now

Sun

"Our Own

Buy BcMld" ''PMricM" Butter From

YotI Can

in stock

aiKl

BOKiqWMAirt OROCBRY

MOODS

Wagons

FORTY TO FIFTY

QQ

m^QmnmmWL

Wfll

Be latorefle^ in lln.TlMMN

son's Recovery by Use of

Winni[»K

MOTHER

ham

s V ct^f

nir

!}ia'

have. to the doctor so

t.iM)k

1

Phone

it

my friends

to

and to any OBO I know who is not feeling welL"— Mrs. THOMraoM, 106

Bros.

1 1

VV^eUbie

h*>

t

ao

lo

llki-

Compound and am still taking it right along. I reeooiBMnd

and Coal

nor

'iid

I

are

i-i;

>

t<>

Ltssio

rholia

h*-ai fl«"
w.

hi.'*

K«'aii"«.

<\ir.rutft>».

>
a

»nifT
th»-v

nri'!

i.iii

I'lnkharTi H \ i"K*»t able < t'^pf-Tiah V a.Liptjpd to ibiH (ri"!"" i

ttr^

;

>

i]

r

I

'

•>

pteeed Ita Talaa n Of er| whof 0 boar wUlIng teatfanony to the woBdarfol tItUio of Lydie B. 1^ Vogetabie CompmuMi.

Do

Arches ?

'

Do

Ike

fl<

Is the eole ahapedtothe contonr of y(

r

'1

f (><)L

COMMIHFr

Wim Mcctinir

!»:••)

I t

r.i1»«r

Scaphoid

I

!

H

<

and

n e

flexible nader

the plantar UcaBMOtf

That's what ft aieens ead only Arrh Dofettdera haTe ffaturwi.

A K >, buii«liQC I

SKo^i

r

f

up

They are

ar A

The

pr^vpntir u

r

-m

fsllinp, and! eivinpr foni fort to r(>untli»s^ nufT-TiT^.

fovpr. lp ircKxl Irx.Lin^' \|

t

'

premp

.UP

.

n .Mii.nh,

k

of su-

Tfl

m\

LtbUiLAtlUN

Mondnv

to

I>rcklc

oa

LicgtMlatarr

I>r^rlative

Council

will

toria.

While City

.Solicitor

Pringltf

was

given general direction in regard to the queatleos to be dealt with In the city's private bill, the details have been worked out and placed in the draft of lhf» bill hy hiniaolf alonn He

now

for ftpeclAo tiona in rtaard to these.

aakinff

inatruc-

The euestlen of church UzaUon is one of the moet Important to be taken up by th« r(inimlft*>r. r.f which Aldrrman Sarg-^nt In <'h.iirman. Campaign I>aenibe
I

to jon.

UmU

CmuOm.

fai

V

the Trades Union Congreee Council, In eonJuneUen with local members of thr

,.

,1,1

Hudson

T-

s

»

il«

Bay

'

r

ly

ill

Company

labor ortranlzailon, o( nrtucted a back lr> fh^ imliinn" campalsn, are reRardfd by fh«' lo'incll a« refuting th^ be»in

Rue «Miei« ^le tke |te«l foUews with (rtmnc fiAelt^ eeaate or eeateei^* ary history.

announceIn

the

.\ltorncy-

committee would not be compelled to spend a great deal of time looking ever such work. the

that

\\\M\m

mm

ansertlon

INVfll VI

IN

INVENTION

the

at

1

1

I

V

,

vi>'

-.

"niomaoo

I

ciitAT of Mr.

'iio.iiiiH

I'll

..'lit

;.,».

|;.i>

—Service

Andrew

over the remains «na held yeater

Oifty

beautiful floral dealgns covered the casket and hearse. The ftiiuwing acted ss pallbearers: Mesara A.

Csmpbell, Dr r, l. Mllne, I) Miller, .1. A. Sayward, li j .scott and J. A. Turner. Tb< leniainn were |al4 to rejt i:i 1;. Hay cemetery.

Wli^u.N -The funeral of Mr. Wilson, who psmsd away la Vaacouver last Monday, will take place this afUraoop at S o'clock from tbe liands Funeral Chapel. Rev. W.

Oorge

Bipprell

ment

will officiate and Inter will be made tn the family plot

Ross Bay cemetery. The lai. Mr. Wilson w«is b. rn in England In 18(4 and had been a resident of this city at

for

be past eighteen years. He is survived by two SOBS, five daugbtera a mother, three brollMrs and tBo I

sisters.

bRkrrMOUR—The funeral of Mr. John Brethonr will Uke plate this afUrnoon at t:l9 o'cloci^ from his home. Rev. T. f: HuKhcs win „fficiate and Interii.i.i vv;l; made l.,.

in Brethcur's prUair lemelet late Mr llrethour was born

Th«s

v

Ix-

in

bridge, Ontario, on July «, Ig*;. a.n.| had been a reaident of Sidney for the past fifty years. He waa a member of Haanich UO.L., KTo. 1617, under

whoae ausplcee the funeral la arranged. Flowers, may be left with the Sands Funsral Company.

Be

wm

Man

CkmAele

for 8lwre

Wookrr.

Marlbeted Here

The Caufleld stacker, the inv'^niion of Mr. Norman Howard Caufi«>l
Ih

till

-

I.Tlrned to effect a revolution iiiotiH of harventing by

(

1

i

the laborn of human stockers following the binder, has the bone of contention in the Supreme Court yeeterday, when trial of the suit of Major James C. Watson, of oak Bay. against Mr. Caufleld, came on iMfore Mr. Justice Murphy. Major Watson asks the court for a declaration that li«> is entitled t' an intereat In the proflta that rnay ariHe from the ex ploll loll of tho Invention, dlspeiiiting with

.1

Jihare in lie

Is

I

.ill

and the defendant

parlruT

..f

,

capitallHi^ be endeavored to enlint In support
Maasey-Harrin Implement <'omp*ny and Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr. There had been a demonstration of a model of the stookcr In the Belmont Building, and a praetleal object \*mmon In the actual working of the machine itasif on the Hudson's Bay Farm. All the praetleal farmers. Implement makers nnd others whc had seen the tont-^

were Impressed With Iho Value

of the in\entlon.

that the

campaign has Twenty-one and a

a failure. half million ieafleta WredMttUtated thousands of workshoiwrasetlnde were held. In addition to big domenstraticfw. The reeult of these efforta the eeunell declarea. wan tho bririn ning of an InHus e( new m^'mber:*, ia^Cylng a further greater rffnrt.

certain proposals lo put tlm riKichlne on the market, n-ild M i (or Wat.non, .ind had declined to have further buslnem relations with him. The plaintiff eonsidered that the verbal agreement alleged by him was binding In law. The ease of the defendant will be pot In evidence today. Mr. Caufleld denies that Major Watnon in entitled to .m interest In hin invention.

Mr

II

A.

Maclean,

K r

.

in

appear-

ing fcr the plaintiff, and Mr. A. M. WhlteeMc for the defendant.

GRANiKUPIIE TO PRKVENT PISNAIAY AOMnON TO TAXBH

IMPCMtSIBLE

Members Make Last-Mlootc

Council

EBorts to l^lml Way Giving RHIer

off

members

of the city rouncll BOOght yesterday for means to advance the date cn mh^itfi .the cighx ^sr e*nt.

penalty surcharge Is placed on unpaid current taxee, but discovered that such a step was legally imposelble Hrnce the penalty uddif Ion goen on unpaid taxes tnd.iv Taipayem have .ipproached aldermen with a reque.vt that they be given a longer time in which to meet their current tax deMs this year before being penalised. The date baa been ex tended on occasion In the paat, and >r.<(terday

Aldermen

and Kcr

."arRrnl

conferred with City fctolicitor Prtngle to ascertain It this oeuld be done this year.

Pringle Informed the aldermen

that legislation passed by the Provlneial Oovemment in Itit made any extension. In time Impossible. Alderman Bargent informed The Colonlxt that a majority of the m^mbern of the Council favored giving relief In ;hiH way if It could be done legally. T.I ICS by the thousands of dollars wer^ recfiv<>d at the Treeaury Department of the city yesterday. All day there was a stream of taxpayers going Into the City Hall to pay up and thus avoid the eight per cent pei.ar.y which will be imposed today. City Treasurer .Smith waa unable lost night to give any enttmatO itf the amount of taxes collected.

UlSIKIHllTl

I'llFPII

^

IWn MUlS

IN

CoilooClon of German War on TIeW at Poppy Hei

The

Armistice Period Committee has sent out letters to the principals of fifty schools In oonpoctlon ^ith the supply of popples. Arrangemenu have been made to supply the popples to echolars at a special price Quite a number of advance ordpr.i h.ivo been received from the schools, but to avoid delay in delivery, principals of schools who desire a aupply are asked to forward orders to Pootofllce Box No. 1. Victoria, not later than Saturday. November S. Only the approxlthate number of poppiee required need be n(al»»d on the,ne ordern. an an extra supply can be secured next week. The poppy depot at »0t Oovemment Street, will be open every afternoon nest week from 2: SO o'clock to « o'clock and a supply of the large popples is now on hand for doeerattve purposes. A display of German war souvenirs la now on ylcw in the window of the depot, same having been kindly loaned by Major F. RIehardoon. O.B.B. '

ALL SAINTS' btHVitb

Get. 31.— Roy Qreen. eeir-eonfsssed slayer of his wife laat March, wan given twelve years In Dorchester penitentiary today. Harry fiardlner. convicted of manlaughter In connefflnn with the Konar, a little girl killed b> tAr druen by Uardin»>r. given (wo yearn.

Cholr«

Cofnhlnr<1

of

\nglican

!i

The

linea of the Coats this seaaon are ezceedincly grace-

informitlon from the Government. Towt Bight he poetod a long oerlee of forasally qucatlons. ' which will he brought to the attentiOB of the Oov-

ernmen* tomorrow aftemiftn. ^»«nt^ <» know .ill !'..siii.f.: .\I

tbe

rtr.ilgtiauun

of

Mr

A

l>ut

I'

mings. Evcii peBtive coats trimmed with, same time the

abo.i!

t

'

ful and their chann ia enhanced by the emplovmrnt of fur trim-

i>

worth as manaser of the Paciflc Great Kastern Railway, and he Is also inqulaltive about the coadltloas under which the oflloe staBs are nutiatalaed ati^anoouver and eeuamish. The proposed oonaestloB between the prenent end north of of sieSl l^uesnel and Prince (leorge in al%<> llie subject of mqiiif^ ask the Go .'i ,, the cost of making

^il

Thin Ki

This store

^siimjie connection,

John's Church this evening st

ilic

The

^er\lce

Is

The

under

the

hoirs have been practicing for several weekn under the direction of i

U. Burnett and Mr. Harold The muaic to be given laDavia. eludee the Magnificat and Nunc Dlmittls hy Christopher Marks: the snthem. "The Bun Shall Re. h\ Woodward: the festal responses snd the All Saints' day hymnn The aervlce will be conducted by Rev. F. A. P. Chadwirk. the rector of at. John's, and all the elty*clergy will take part, the preacher for tho*«ooaston being R«v. J. B. Orstton. of VanAU Anglleana and the eeever. SOnaral public sre invited to attend A celebration of the tiniv communion will be held on ih« morning 0f AH Bain'* T o« V .f in "lo o I0.-U

Mr.

J.

"

.

Wactact

QUBBBC. ire 17.

H Oet.

^

oalHod

a,

tabncs and shadcb and you are

come

Phone 3983

Doakbobor School Outrage The Rossland member will ask Premier Oliver whethei' be at any lime gave dnaaolal aasistance to the Doukhobors. or Uie Christian Sooiety

L«aky Roofs

by way of wants to

of Universal Brotherhood,

He

and

iff

inspact them.

'



!

Pakrt Msfcar* aaS taeart

Guarantrri!

!

&

WILLIAMS

the destroyed by Are, and whether the Oo\'ernment has been able to establish the responsibility for these outrages. Regarding the Coast Range Steel scheme, Mr. Bsling inquires whether

'

LTD. HARTE, UOa Wttart

St.

.

the Preukier «t any time rave to Mr. H. J. Landahl. chief promoter of that enterprise

.is^urance

that

thr-

(rov-

ernment would guarantee the bonds compHjiy to the extent of onethird of the amount required.^jtnd on of the

The coet of the Tmir roadT the bridge, the RoaslandChristina I.,ake section of th^ iransprovlnclal htgbwsy. th«« iron on nurvry. and of Mr.« .Mary Kllcn .'mltb Journeyin;;s are adi.tional .subjects Revelstoke

ji

DARK DAYS ARE COM INO Bsy

of Inquirj-

Among

other members who have filed questions Is Mr. Sam Quthrlc. Socialist member for Newcastle, who will ask whether the Coal Mines Regulation Act Is being obeer\-ed by the Canadian Colllerlee Ounsmii ir > Limited, and ir ro.i, « h-. m.i Mr. W. A. MfK'>n7o Sim'lkameen. has ^me question^ .iboiit tbe cost of the

Rae. Tale, la eurioue about the statue of Mr. Gerald a. I.4itlmer. engaged by the Government In connection with the South r>kanagan irrigation proThe supply of meat for em Ject. ployeea on that project Is to be in-

FIttsrss

Liaktlsfl

New sad Hsvs

CemfsH l.anip.

a> .

l«en htn

|

Rich Cut Glass

|

Salt

Eloctric, Co.

Not Try

1

Blend Tea?

Carey's 65c

No Advance

5' J.

THE J.M.WHITHEY CO.

JEWELLtRA

WATGH lEPAIIiia Bv a (jraduatr of Playtner's Tlorn Estimates given logical College.

and

l-iiplli^

Plant.-^

\

work fvaraatced.

all

Receive

Hail Orders

al

\

......

Proinpt

..

,

Offrrctl by

(ieneral approval of the recently inaugurated plan of having pupils of the pubUe schoohi visit loeai IndiMtrlal planu was expressed by the City School Beard last altlit. after Municipal Inspector George H Deane had explained the arranBenients In reKwrd til the m;U(or

Mr. Deane p
Chamber

of

Commerce ami

ttio

W. FRANCIS

F. 1117

OeacUs

EFFlCUStfCT

characteri.stic of our estabI'erfcct laun


make

be

it.

M isscs'

woman who realizes own streilfth BUlSt

WET WASH.

13 Ihs. for

--S

Mm

lail Deoflsa

WL

17

lbs.;

91.00

E6M0MY STEAM UUNMIT Phone 3ii9

OUR ARRANGEMENTS HAVE

'

-

FUNXRAL NOTICB

,

QUAIITY OF CHARACTER

A

it;

^-

4

AND CHARM

il

Baaaleh t,.O.t*.. Ko IStT, are hereby notified to meet at their lodge room, Baanlchton, B.C.

Members

of

st to I. p m funeral of our late Brother. Members of slater ibour good standing, cordially attend

November

1

.

attend the John Rrelodges.

Invited

In

to

By Order. John Pattaraon. W.M. B. r. John.

SPEAKS ON BOTS' WELFARE TONIGHT

W^RADIO SUPPLY "A R^OlOSPffiALISTS IHCOMMtkCUC

fIPIRIMI«T»l ANOABATfUC lOUIPMEMT BSIMC YOlJB saOlO TBOii! r TOMf

and

I

Dtnlness

0Pm(iq{rVicV6"*iA"B'c

OtTc .\ddrrea at I Ja^CA.

It Is hard to struggle along with a head, that ache* and pains sit the

time, and In nine eases out of ten the persistent headaehee are dee to some

derangement of tko Stawmeh,

liver

or bowels.

Tbe

l^ndoubtedlr the rauae must be before permanent relief be had. .

removed

Blood Hitters removes the cause of the headaches, as It acts on ovary oqpan of the body and

Burdock

strengthens. p uiM sa nnd regnlatee the whole system. Mrs. Peter Curran. J7 Morrison St. Sydney. NH. writes I have been troubled for the laat five yesr
for Javenlle training will

tV Mr. Frank Moyan. flchoots. Ud.. rf Balnhrldas Island, tonight la an ad
head ervthe Moraa of the

may

Co..

Footholds.

STEWART The

.savcfl.

lbs

.„8&f

(fUll

It

her

that

trwart hai the >wr«t rut prices on

iiubbcrs ta

an econr>mical invent should be patronized

it

ment.

by every

GVIiiRBTT, Waah^ Oct. SI. A Grant Nonhem o^glno Mow 'op early

watchman on

I

h 'c^'*^^

prompt delivery and low prices

awarded

I'auU Kxploaloa

C

ACCURACY AND

of Commerce lacked fupda. He thought that the pupils would be glad to provide their own car fare. offer of a An flOO scholarnhtp to be roiin<»rtiiin In with eseays l>earing on the firm's plant, waa received from the V ictoria Steam laundry, and the chairman of the l>oard. Trustee Ooorge Jay, and the municipal Inapeetor, were appointed to take up the detalM with the head of the oompeny.

Vktecla. B.

St.

L

manu-

facturing firms should bear thf ci.nt of transporting the children. Trustee

Reck with responded that the Chamber

Manufactured oaly by The T far

pair

Vle^

716

INDUSTRIAL TRIPS Thinks

to

A

CARJEY

.

mm mm stons to

hodsc from

$1.50,0 $4

Yet

\n Price

Vc,>[)ct

selection

larRc

Why

quired Into by Mr. Kniing.

School

and

with sterling mounts. A

Sets, silver

Phon* JOOS

StrMt

fori

salt

tmmmm :

'

Murphy 615

>

ind «aa

""H



tu.f*

all

niyiri

\,tn,i

rer.

eariT the tfmrj reaai.

<

biiildInK accommodation for Trannuillp employees, and Mr. John Mc-

Yeer

Ws

M CA

T

at the

Wii'h of

Y.M C.A. audi

be

Limited, Vsvoeto,

cm

li»at

-'l

-

7181 Brra*!

Aa entartalameat progmaUM prcvldod by tBe T.ILaA.

tirtniT

^ABIS.

Illgltrr

Oct.

73jri In

11—The

»

;r

I'arls

yrlee of

tn pnria bogiaaing t sni a ii ew

aaartotie.

win bo

iBcresned one eou per kllegmiii The bakers baas their demand for the '..t estra sou on the rise ii. iti*of .

PAniR rrnmcni

Oct 11 has Otad''

r

.

p f-s^n i

Tour



,

I

t

j

on

I

r.

PVeaeh and gpanlah gov ling

are

Its

The now oonooiUng

Aftff Eating Diilnii an forma

ef

h

trenble.

seor buralag are

MH-

tAdvl.)

T...I'

DOMINION PLUMBING

torlum. In view of Mr Morsn's cine* studr of boys' welfare problems his treat rn»nt of the subject Is expected to be of special Interest and value.

enough."

St.—

has hewn

now thowiag

is

cordially invited to

for la eoanoetlon with that project. Mr. Bsllng^s favorite theme In attacking the aovemmont in past sessions has been the P.O.E.. and it is expected !h»t during the debates on itiiit subje present session he will be able lo throw new light on this Isaue. one of the most Important and. at the same tiipe. most contentious that tbe QoverBmpnt has to contend with.

S

the Angllr;»n i'hnr.il \ litorla. of which the Right l!i«ibop Hchofleld Is president.

l;e\

inexat the

i



choirs of the Anglican ch'urehee In Victoria will take part In the choral service to be held o'clock.

roost

and

fur

display of coats that comprises a cotnpletc rant^c of the newest

and whether tenders were ever called

Constant Headaches

The combined

In St.

the

thit seasoo are

qualities of maami linings are exceUent.

terial

will

K'«l:nc

'

Cbarcbra Will Partlrtpalr at NC

auspices

stt

$24.50

Great Baaterw Railway,

a. itlc

l

I

this morning near Lowell. Inotantly kllltng Clydb Sunohine, of Skykomtoh,

I'nion of

BRITISH CONSOLS

lie

(V)aat Range steel Company, and >ou k lio b,,r 1 art- -imonK the subjects K i;-«i!nK, Conserva on whh \1 tlve member fur Komland, is aeeKing lb.

what terms.

Answering appeaU from taxpayers,

Kcntcncod fo

HALli^AX.

1

•OlBi

Am

Vnow how many schools In Duukhobor settlement have been

in the utilisation of the invention. The plaintiff tentified that he had a vert>al agreement with the inVentor

by which he was to receive ( per cent of the profits of the enterprise, in return for his effcrts to promote the Caufleld Stooker Company, a corporation registered In British Columbia, with offices in the Ontr.nl Hullding, V'lfloria. and with ^ capitalization of $200,000. Major VVataon n.ild that .imonR the

priced #1 from

CiilHln

oC

a loan or otherwise.

I

p.ilentn l.^sued

Art very reasamoHy

AbosM Mr.

be leld to

day afUnioon at t:i% at hia laU reeidence by the Rev. Dr. Clay, There was a large atteadanee of friends and

J

MfrJUBKU RAS_Wltii-

lUMittLA|kI>

eiiivltsty.

I

Fur-Trimmed Coats

FOR Pii.L OyiZZ

re-

Faaoral

l«Sf

iM

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.Mr.

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The defendant bid mfuned

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Let the Arch Defender denenstrate thiir

this

afteaioon

MHn»>n.

lirncrsl, cxplalncrl th.il the worlt hiid bcr .1 in progrev.s durlnR the paat ye.ir wan of the opinion and a half. that the work was In sueh good shape

that

Commlttea of the meet at ia:SO o'clock on Monday morning to eonalder various matters which are to be takee up at the preeeat session of the ProTlncUl Legtslature by Vic-

In

fallan «r< h*.

on

ih-forc

City

Spriru| Ajrvfi

making

In

yesterday Hon. Mr.

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to

blood?

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sapport

they trengthen tlie foot aiaaclee, liruMnta, end tendons by sopportinir. yet allowing free movfsm^nt - -free circulation of tho

th<-p*>

should writs to

WoaMB."

fit?

th«y

who saffer

the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Coboartf. Ontario, for s free copy of Lydia r f*'r,l<*i^«.' « I'rivate TextAumants Peculiar to Book upon

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Perry. Wallinger. Hchoflcld, Uphill. Guthrie, Menziea and Hunter K. C. MacDonald. J^rtCUU)pre Torston, Anderson, Pateraon, Hennogcr. Lister. Catherwood. Duncan and Mensles. Whiteside, Municipal Messrs. Ramsay, Perry. Mrs. Smith, Messrs. Campt>ell. Schoncld, W. A .McKcnsle, McRae, Hanes, Neelanda and Jonea. The legal members of the Legialatu.-
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thry .nKh N' OTor (Uart* th^y w ide I'fioujfh,

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Mackenzie. K »' MacOonald, Kergln, Yorston. Bowser, Poolcy, Jones. Menales and W. A. McKenzie. Private Rills and Standing Orders Farris,

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booksellers s^otioncrf 1109Covernn\ei\t Street.

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mftteo is the re^ootlve chairman, Mr. /. W. deB. Vama foriier Attomey-OeaersI, will Ukely occupy the chair'of the Public Accounts Com-

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pofnta in faror of the propoeltloa were the aaeightly epecimeae oC peer atoek whieh wMder aloag Ahe reads, meetlnr th« ro7fng eye of the tourint, and 80 Rivin-; a bad Idea of the dt«> trtn alsd th"^ carrylni; fif diacajte by rattle alOHK the roada, advooatlna the herdina of catUe in a poSad to keep

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was a pity to W.I which grows by

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'Stewart Tatee, acting a.s chairm:in. Introduced the apeakeri^ Captain T. Harcl.Ty, R N.. and Mr. (V WbltneyOriffitba for the afDrmaUvc; apd Mr. H. a. Pierce and Mr. Vaa.ffeT Byi .^or the aegatlv*. After raoTlns that he wa« In favor

Byi.

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chairman

tmi rk«p

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pound?

Having spoken a few worda to the motion, the speaker then announced that the sabjeot wae open te dlaensslon.

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with the National Anttx

surviving admirably. Fortunately tor the high-spirited oelebrante there IS a greater toleraaee abroad en eaoh eeaaeloae. Members of the School Board even, a body which was In session when the din wafl at its loudfPt last evening, allowed their usual jdlnf?5. terrupted th. rliallkrigtVlng be. Hallewe'ea

"Praijse

eamee bat

once a ycarl"

Accompanied by great sighs of thankfulnees. the above assertion was the slogan of both the VleterU Fire Department and the Victoria Police Department, youngsters of

city,

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the

orRiini/.c!

info

night,

last

gangs, roamed the city in search of old women riding broom-sticl
pop-eyed and wore

ju!«t

.Tbont

ready

to cat little boys ami little girls who Th'^ etiU remained on the atreets. Police Departmeht too had a peck of trouble. The telephone at the Klsoften rtmg was so gard Street station ly re»iid»Titas sections of the .

c.ty reportiHK I'l."! pates and t«'n<-es and sidewalks, that if •"ounried like The motorf-yclo tenor gong aolo. corps was kept busy responding to

for aid, but Invariably when they arrived at the place were a gang of n He desperadoes had been witnri^seii in aetion, the seene was as quiet aad ereerlr ae a prayer aMet-

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recetTed of all sorts of maa en l^ees datioae. One street telephoned that a gang ef beye had pulled down a part ef hie etene He fence and had taken It nway. add«^d that he imd caught four of poli'-e constable them, but whery \h of prisoners arrived the quartette were able to prove an air-tight alibi.

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TuiiiiimgiinmuuiimTTuniiitiiiiy;

A suggestion was made that a gaerd be put en the Dallas Itreet eea-wail and the concrete breakwater at tha Outer Wharf. Other leports Included news about a smashed water meter covfr opposite 67 I.,lnden ATeTiw. In th>- ?"airfleld district; a fence broi
HireetK

ViRClNiA"

Hrltish rolumhi.-i

Company reported trr>iible on tha KHuulrnalt Uoad caused t'V boys plac-

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into their oars.

One bend

at and of email

aStletd la a very strmtegle position at a third stery wladnw in a Douglas Street block. PaaserM-by on the sidewalk below were awakene.l from their custohiary tranquility by the crashing detonationa of chiaaee teepedasa erapped at their heeU.

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prees his deoMPd for tayestlgatloa of the Northern Coastructlen Compan.NH ri-latioriM with the rro%!n.!.l flo\ eni men t to the ilinll. and b" li.-: no time in drafting a new rcfw in 1. n for the proeent sitting of the House. The erder rsgusstsd in the resolution would peraUt aambera deslrions of maklna the InVestlgatleB to be ae-

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iVhl iy evening laat. and waa voted a oriipiete auccoss by the many young folks present. Ths oommunlt]r spirit of aood fellowship whlah prevailed augured weir for the prognuMkse of affairs the capable committee has In hand. The bi-weekly whist drive will be held as usual on Haturday. .it S p.m., at which un Interriting event will fake pU. e in he Mliape i.f a presentation to a young friend of the neighborhood. All are weleome.

Ylctaria 144.

sessions.

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For

silver tea toria Women'e

Mrs. Crocker.

Soout CrnsnH

I VirniK - The Provinof the Hoy Scouts' As-

Columbia requests

scoutmsetere and cubmaeters throughout the Provtoee to have census forms completed and returned to Provincial headnuarters, 121« Broad Htreet, \lctoria. at the earliest opporfunltj-. A complete census statement of all British Columbia troops and packs has to b« complied by that headquartera and tranemlUed to the Canadian general couaoll of the association during November, snd the co-operation of all te therefore earnestly desired.

Cesea ReaMuided— More of

the pending trials of local hotel men and club servants, on charges of selling beer or liquor, were further stood ovw la Ihe pollee- eeart yesterday, when thrs^.of the, eocuaed appe.ired on remand. John Ferguson and William MlUinRton. cbarReil with the ..^ile of beer In the Gordon Hotel. Johnr«on Street, were remancle.i until next Wedneeday. They are defended by Mr. R. C. Lowe. Cherlee Tulk. also charged with beer eelllng. and represented by Mr. H. R. A. Courtney, was remanded ontll next Mpnday i':ieven trials of the sort are pending before Magistrate Jsy. the charges arii^lng out of a series of police raids last

Satnrday week.

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Party aae Haass Vtr methe card party pnd dance held lest night at the Caledonia Hall

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vative Clob, under the leaderplilp of Mrs. Handalt. The wirincrs of the tcmbola were: Mr. Churchill, holding li'ket .Vo. »«; Mr. Hogan, 4»; Mr. MvioKston, 2.1; Mr. Kelly. ^7. Mr. Miikennie. M.IMV. awarded the prizes, and Mr. Mcliae, M.P.P., drew the tombola numbers. Following the card rams a delightful dance took plsce to ths strains of Mrs. Ridgard's oroheetra. Mre. Randall waa assisted by a committee, including Mrs r Combe, Miss Morris, Mra. <;ilson. Mrs Mi^Alllster, Mrs. Kirkpatrlck. Mrs. Hurst an. .Mrs. I'.oaney. while Mrs Rinnott and Mrs. Jtussell nere at the receipt of custr ma throughout the evening. Winners lu the card games #are Mra. Iiennle. Miss .Morris, Mr. once, Mr. Momy. Mr. J. McRae. Mr*. Weoeett. Mr. Bromley, Mr. Fraaer. Mrs. Adame, Mr*. Boyd, Mra. Weat and Mra Coreemaa.' Mr. Livingston and Mr. Jenea woa ttfe "ten" Md. I

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Wbltworth'a

Parlors will reopen

made err.

Dreesmaklng

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the best fresh loeal VaR tprlpg lelaad CreamNaer retajMag at Me m. •Inalet

They like the Se ir^ h r fleid

Tb.> FslrDistrict like the hourly .deUvery

Washing fTiiiipiiBim SCc. Amberlne Oil. Up plats.

Saeetrle 5 Sc.

tic.

80c

quarts.

BareM MmgsiM

Co.!

ooverament Stiaet Market

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an ezeerpt from a the letter received yesterday frem Canadian Oovernment Immigration "There l.s a Liverpool: at officer widespread interest In this country in the natural character of Van
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positively guarantee oor Coal to be Iree from

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KOCK SHAM' CLINK£RS AND DIRT It will he delivered by courteous and efficient employees

The nag

KIRK

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Mr. Kmsst B. Clarke, secretary ef the Honolulu Chamber of Commeroe, errote as fellowe: "Dtirlng my short vIMt In your city, and on the Island. It was fully demcnstrated to ms that

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BOYS pN PHft£NQU)GY BjoaUy

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Mr. James Bestty, the SMinager of addressed the ftprntt-sh.iw Schools, the students of the Universlly School last week on the sutiject of phrenology

The

lec-

ture was one of the weekly series being coBdaetad with greet aucoess at the ssbeeL Suecesa. snd by that he meant reel not merely material surcesn. snd prosperity, demandeii a good start, The raat bulk of said the speaker. the failurea of the jiresent d-iy waa due to working along wrong lines. A man must know what he was aiming for, aad ha must early .realise that one ef the prisM smsssss fsclsrs Is the power of paesaaAlag etheia, F«r«

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sc

Pset s( bent. tfaelr'eaaaelUes and sense their sn em the shape of the head ws.^ «>' «ore eenvea-type The Indea. nuent

head eyes, noee aad ehin implied impulM.e thoueht aad aellon. whIUt its heprofile, eeneave np posit e the tokened slow Inteller.ual mentality, with ooneerned more with theory than

ORDERWOODNOW

te

Ut Oar Be

Will

Prices

M—

MILLWOOQ, per eor4_a4.aa aa.aa KiNDUNO. per

draw

the three full-face ty^es. Illfsirattag lofty hrow and his with thinker, type, of niotlve pointed chin: the rugged Jsw and beetling hrow and

round the popular, vital type, concerne4 mainly nibleund. enae-mlaleUrIng acUvttee.

Kaesmbrr

Afiar

aetlea.

Place Year Order Tedsv

LEiNI,«OliUNiei.,LTi.

and With

m* Qort.

n

St.

Ha remlndsd the hSfS thS* a aum-

her of the big indastrlal and business concerns of today are yslag phrsnologleal methods Ul btaMdng mea and

Get Your Winter

women. Concluding, Mr. Beatty werned hla aufiienre ngalnst ever -development any one rtireetion. citing Rooeevelt as

m

Coal

happy oomblnati n sn example of of motive, mental and vital qualities, sssHa tasly caiti consdaaslr aae .i

vated.

Now

In

.,

»

SHANtiMAI.

By

Relieved

-Oof.

-It

ni

Is

Order your

report,

.f Ren s ed from Canton that Pn near dei"ji-.i badly troope were Watehow. while four guobrau prevloasly eapperting him auddeniy deelared their aeutrallty last Sunday mod left for aa aafcaawa deet la e tio n. One ler^ ganbOat remal na at saton.

Of Heart Trouble

Wm

Change of Prooi

Snddeti

A Severe Attack .

fuel

two or

a time and ex^erieace venimce of

three tons at

>ou

won't

the

inc^>n

running short when weather rnmes.

col(i

THE HLAI/llJl Mr.

fl.

Barnes.

B.

writse:

"l^or years ago

severe

attack

lome

Alhsas.

Oat.,

had a venr

I

trouble. ef heart n.v doctor; he freafeittime, but I onir oeemed

to

Pi Us and derived Immediate rspef frem their nee. aad t ean tnrthfally ay they are a wonderful meiiilcin*-. always keep a box on hand, and If I feel out of sorts I take a fSV pMs I

and

f»»^l

all

I

ti.

I

me

wei,- :o f\n«li\ ^ettlna worse. I pi>rch«t»
right again."

are h9> direct on

Heert >'

and

o«e..

virterla.

W

f.liina aver

aa^ mtiaar waalker wklU oa the Ni

r« Ine •ral' (all

la

Nerve o'

receipt of price by

PIII^

•'••iil'.i

The

^^^^^ aesaate. OawfiaMsi* f

T.

Oat.

r !vt

>

tlila

I

PAiNTER & SONS

»

Tl

Iste

iromm Mia.

Maa.

Tlotafia ..••••..•...••.•*••••« Vasaesvee •.•........••.i..*. ICamiaapa ...... • aaHierrllla

4t S9

•t

tj

«• «•

frisaa Sasert astaraa

«1 aS
......*..•.•

AiNs Alia.

Wlnale" Port ^an

I'

-

^••ttK.

-

'

wae.

.a.ec'.saaraeao Oftia seeeaeaes* ^a#*l. «»^eSes»eseaaa« A#te****aaaa«e»«a*e«

• ,il rerV«

617 Cormorant btxset

la

is

las

r r'i»

Ssessalss s»«>

Dawsae, T.T

d*".*!""

a.C. ai

i*ti

SYNOPSIS Tk« %mrom*i»t

Caisarr.

Milh«rn>

.

,

im Oamsssm it.

$3.80

The speaker then proeeeded

to

In its practical application.

mm

1

of assured employment on farms, stating whether esparleneed cr Inexpertsnoed men are reqatred, married or slrrgle men. rate of wages and the length of eniployment, that In whethfew months or all the er It IS f"r \ear round, and Ihe name.ii of the

Mr.

....

Hope

Charlie PhsM

for

Men's

'

shall

Shoes

WooMB. from

woinaa • perfect il-abs 70U money. Try a Snit at $2».00

Phone 139

1212 Broad

that 'Susraatccs to ererf

Taiktf-

-and

islter 'tbst saves

Coal Coa, Ltda

reparticularly opportunltlea, the gsrrlin? Investment.' and expansion of and H;,-ri .ii It u re there, as industr\ elated by you. are absolutely true, and I should he very pleasAd to do all I can to assist In givins proper publicity to these facta." From Antwerp, Belgium, came a letter written by Mr. T. B. WUUaata. epeolal oommleslensr of Immigration, In which, after stating that he has had many applications for information from continental prople who wish to settle in Hrltish Columbia, he "1 will be glad 'now to furnish sa,^•s; any applicant w ith the 'iler.iiiire \ o\i are sending me and, if neceasary, w cotnmunlcats with you direct ret.* If st any ume Ing ladlvldual caess. you ean furnish me with applications

iss fu

ao

OaWagTooFatT

>•

.

•43.

O

it.
^'

'

Telephooc ^i,

accomplish murii valuable educa-

ly

tional work in tiie form of and trustworthy information."

•»«

hHi>«rrt1

Stroy

Sspviije

\\ ants \
Is

OhlU^aa's

It.

aa^

HsB.

KIRK

from

Il.tS, t1

itr

!'l^-t:i'

1103 I>ouglas St., Near Fort. 1607 Doaitlaa St. Opp- City

Canada.

X^ady Pn wgi ss OhapMr. I.O.D.E., raraleal Ball and ChUdraa's ffteey Dress Party at the Jtaapreas hallroaai tickets,

Cal

HAWKINS & HAYWARD HhI^

people living In saaall towns In the vlelnlty ef I,ee Angelee. In the past fortnight eleven people have arrived here to make Victoria They have all been in their home corresjuindence with the local bureau, from such widely and tiiey come I/oedc, Birmingscattered places as ham and Bath, In Kngland; Shanghai. Philadelphia and Oregon, in China; the. Statee; and Ottawa. Calgary. Darawell, Badsrby aad Nelacn, in

ing every .S«tiir(1wy evening.

oa Moadar. Maeemhar

w..--

Durlnc the months of June, July reand August, no enquiries were ceived by the local bureau from prospective settlers In 8outh«rn California, hut laat month, cut of slztyflve mqulrles, as many aa thhteea

itiilUliBg |g « .1 gepapgiB

'

standard

takes

home

added to the enjoyment of the occasion by singing, aad assisting Mra. Pryeon In reoelvlag the gttesiB was

lilqaor

Aluminum

z r

i

batteries, and make a very efficient liflit.

staU to ssttis psraiaasatly la this dtp or elsewhere en the Islaad. In a letter received by ths bureau yesterday, a realdent of San Dlbgo announced his intention of arriving hers week to make Victoria his next

pome cooking were well svpported. Miss Isobel Taylor and Mlas Pstch

sociation In British

.

learned ;il the Victoria and Island Publicity Burseti yestsrday that Call-

•hp Iiibil.'Ilo^p.ta; At. oat thtrtp ni. ml.. r.H of ihe Institution patronised III.' uiKiertaklng, and the etalla ef

s

Cases,

* \ ictorians are the niy for California, ll

iiil.

leaviiiK

the Vic-

yeeterday aftSmoon at the home of Mrs. Bryaon, Pandora Avenue, the aum of $20 being netted* for their fund ill aid of the T.H patients at

cial secretary

Thm V«ry LatMt In EvM-Mdy FlMlilighto

and Vap-

Two N^

members

lastltate

m\

10 THi:;

Nottli to Vletorla

Pattentn

ful

Hit

ladleatkma Bptatt to Plow of People

I

I^um.

]>rfftst Mosic

Wsstera Csagds's

tie



y«tt

,

,

!i "O irwl ro r. " V 'on- a Chapter, I.O.D.K.. will be i<»id in the aew quarters this evealoK << S e'eloek. to prepare the tags for Haturday'e street eettaeUea lor the milk fund. '

I


.

t

vn biK hiu

.

conwilte.t

Mr

-.A*

t

SlMM-iAn



Md his OMnpany el Ceaa-

ticinr

'i

tile

en

•flow

e

iiienl a l*a< the tiroat Kaalcrii poUrv has flisd wHh Mr. Speaker Paullm a motion graatlag authority to mem-

Soliiirr

of ail

'.oviT'i

I,

.

dian

-vinotiji

Recordf

va 1 r.igarjed

.iiaer

'I.I

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(

ttiXlc.

ml»»*

I

t

.

I,

1

.



I

ri.'.ilf.

ni- n

i;sl1nK Koanlaii'l

'

street

miniature torpedoes thrown

K foi

.lilrf

th*-

fhs ex-

..f

rsiN

Mrs. reported a gats miseing frofi the f rooT fenee. It wee dieeaeatad raestSag nagraaefully at the tep-af a taMpbeaa pola

ing

Motorists who ventured ont. were to run the in many oases for' '•d ol firecrackers and gauntlet of a ra

'"^

?0

enttnini.iorii

V'.lec-

Ini-

Themaan. 741 Hsrald

W

irnmil>*-i

bers 0t the ItSglBlatare te espailae ths books of the lfert|iern Oeaslme« f> tn\\>,,; W'olii.*!. 1 l.'-aKu' Ui, tion Company, contractors for ronk Mil' a r A .<" • .itructlon of the road wjin n-'I'l ..n fu' ^.1 I'. I,,, .'f li<« t-"pr fMliPnm M .\tigufl, The motion ts praciKaih rmri, ,sir. The work to be imas the oae brought before the m. dertakiii Li> the lesgae wae fully at tha laat spsslaa by the ReesUud diacuss«d. Another OMaUi lUag will be< member. The Premier at that ttane hold shortly. moved an amendment, that the guaiu tlon be referred tO the PaMlo Ae« The Muni- counts i'oiiiinittee. The auitter was .(lal Chspter. "t.O.D K nrK»ved Its then dropped. headquu u Mr. Mtatg; however, intends te Jones |; in. i,, ih.' M,.iiii.) Hl"l^, i-ery

opposite.

,-35'^

\

Xll

Worn*- n of i'rcabyt4-na II

traditional forni of celebration



enJoyabl<<

uniBiiiintmB

•h.Til

I

chosln Hal auaploea of ihe Metchoain Farmers' XaaUteta. Cke aabjaet betag whether the laalitiitloa ef a peoad aria la the

<'f

Ne.

:

.

)

dletrteta

Mies Allen's

The

InieresUng Debate

royal commlnwion on the Cap* BP»ton •teel industry Inquiry will bMCln tak-

•»:••



of

.ui

again.

Phone 2118

law Govt.)

f

in

l

•We Employ

:!

i

acker had exploUcj on hla doormat, tracking down tho culprit, who wept copiously and pleaded that hs was the oat'e paw of a "gaag" whd}' had meanly thrust him through the gate to do ths *'dlrty" work. Hs was an unwilling and ahal
ink it oYtr, then bring nt in your order. Woodwork of any descripA!', nn, picturc baaket malcing, chair recaning, graas chair repairing, etc. VVurkraanahip guaranteed. I
iUas

ih.-

I

i

'



Newmaa

CoMf aad 11 i|. near n If

Koqa este Oeeer PmreyiitaiMliNiajteii

Mr

m Tim as

la

tha

.-in



I

'

I

staff.

i!'

'

fad Utlee.

u

reletfad

t'ommunlty naaoe—The

hour children or older folk could :>e seen going or retitraing from these merrr eveate, in maay laetaaeee tho merrymakers being In fancy eoetunte. In some of the suburban aad rural adoi ncj districts puriipUlii hi rilt'rii.s gati^post or porch, and in one limtance at least, one of the^* Kimning Il^hta looked down from the top of a flag-

'

and

Wlnli-r sei

<

.

matter was

i

llallovM II I'ari ich ^> ntiH oil l.illowc (II partU'rt w
gmaaslaai

further

'

ruing.

I'l

.

Newman Is Here

''Red"

Mrmoil'

SPK.AKi:u

— iv>-J

A rr.juaat from the aLuO«-niM <>r 'i Vtctorta Ca il ege that they t>« gii.'i

'

't

explauatlen, although tbu di»covery of the missing aKielee had to 'hi-

r.-.

'

il

Bible

wait vatn

iiiKtii

'

>^

dill oil rllia>ni; np I" m.it they dlacovcri

•<

n.«

I'^Bi-AlttUx liiat

f'.o..tril

!

'*

waa

Furthermore

BroQ^htoo Street

i

t'tty

$10.75

Stocfe^Latest DenfB Tread •fwUy Gturaatcftd.

Thomas

lliaii

i.ymntutUt

S. h'>ol

m^i!>i

l<;

niK

j

<>n(huMlaiitt<

to lh«> old lluir fcirtii of ci-l^-tir^ itolater and mur^ ilolooMly ob-

liirti

!

1923

1,

PM. CONTRACT

Okaaaa'

M(M-,-

It

:it

1

f>iir

'

SEEKS PROBE OF

TRiUHTIONAL FORM

TIRES

TIRES

NOVEMBER

B C. TftURgPAY,

Y COLONIST. VICTORIA.

PATT

.

-1

1

If



II 14

l« 4t

tt tt 1« »l 4«

44

M •« M

%%

•I

99 99

h 1«

M.tona Kaala

tl ts

..

r>jiara«k p.4taAet«a. Aita.

I

rnnaa AAsrt Mulntaai Iflt

A

.

. . a

M

9 .

Jk

ST

It

.....................

wrasa

^VuXi i:

•MftMSef'inSeeie.' I< •»»»

w»»»»>er. fair.

——

v

-

THK

Y COI.OXTST. VICTORIA. BC. TlirRSI)\\.

DAT!

\(

)\

lil-.K

1.

V)l?.

Dependable Merchandise at Popular Prices Wh\ not enjoy the satisf4Ctk>n of buying tYierchandise you can always de Why select your Winter needs f^om iiiferior assortments and pay h4;her prices when by shopping here you oin^obtaln the most dependable merchandise at lower prices? NeveV was choosing more easy than it is at this store now, for in eveiy depart* ment you will find immense stocks, complet/s assortiyients and incomparable values. '



A Special Value in

First of the

V

Made from i\r

^'H

favorites.

MM»n

Mck

ii).

with belt Choice of

Flour,

iioascbold

Ko/al universal

flO^

f^.OS paper sack Soup, Tooiato

20-lb.

CampbcU'i

new

season's pack,

bran<1 Monte Pack Tomatoes, per for

tint

12

Brand

Sun-Maid

(MNriqg

fZ.au Thomp-

Silk

Corn

H

Sports Model

). K. Brand Chnlrr Oualitv Cherries, Royal Anne Special. heavy iymp.



to 26.

pliant

bedelivery

Groceries

..\-i.>rk

1-'

fure

if

$2.26

rrice..-.

For average broche,

free

hip

and

long

skirt..

to 32. Price

holding the fiRiire While tO straighter lines this corset gives the inuch-to-be<^sire4

Drug

Forhan's Tooth Paste, value 60c for value

1'ruitativrs,

All- Wool

Hose

^^.JSft

Ir

and well reinforced

>

bottle

wide

Zam-Buk. value 50c for Hydrogen Peroxide, r^t

brown and saAd;

...-.•» Drops, value

for

75c

Ludea'a 10c

Co«|k

»

$1 50

I'iver s

Up

Sticks, value 25c

Brnshcs,

Hair

Penetrator

box 50.- t'.r Pure Castile bar for

——

1'

So»p,

7

lb.

lisle

With French

—MklB Hoot

8'

(..

P
H'

at heels and toes; in sizes %yi to 10.

Values

I

ill



Comforters **8himberdown*' DowB Comforterg hlled

with soft arctic down which has been thoroughly purified and stcfWced. Covered with fine

downproof

$1 00 ^A,0\J

Per pair

Hose

_

Another Good Value

8S

heather and Zyi to 10. Per pair

Down hi

ti

Loinfortira heavy quali^

of sateen in plain «ihades rose, Rrern, lilue, helio, etc., and exirpti'inall)- well filled

with down; Priced

$19.50

at

tops.



,

,

Wool Hoae

Come

in

grey,

10.

Men s

coat'"

M.ontil ui

3f

^t

last!!

months 6 to la

,

round toe

last.

tr^u. l\q 4>0»g^0

Siscs 6. to lOVi.

Sale Priee

Unparaiieied V alue ui

oi

C5 o s t s

dark

Imnqh«on Hf.

p;rey, lovat

.

<
50e

qualitv all-wool overcoat-

l'lai:i and brown back models, lined with all-wool fawn polo cloth fancy patch pockets. Also belted models with soft leather inaide yokes. Just

ing, in

Special

^ VN

ill

Re Served Today

Frum

p

the kind of coat for

the
chilly

sizes.

days;

I'ricc



^^^^

.>

W inter.

of

Muskrat Sports Models 36 and J8-inch to

9tM.M

Muskrat JncqtMttia

lengths.

~

Prices

In 42 to 45-inch

Mvakrat Coats 42-iack

Men s

T'rice

Muskrat CoaU lengths

collar and cuffs of

IcaUch^

.9i«i6.oo

«

raccoon.

Price

-

45-inch

lengths.

Priced

11:30 to 2:30

lined

ConsomoK.

Paysaanc

FUiet of Sole,

Beraisc

Fricassee

with

fSM.M

MENU

a

of

Chicken

and Uttshrooms BreMtcd Veal Cutlets Espagnole

opossum or

At a Low Prka £tcalk>pe4 Potatoes

moMs

Universal brand, knit from all wool in ply varn Made with perfect htting shawl collar that

j

hr worn open or closed, two pockets.' *eanis reinforced and covered. Com*and dark heather, green, grey and
la full length wrappy or straight line coats^^ ^tetg

at lieaiitifnily

Aii-Wooi

aad Caished Bp to Hadson's Bajr standard.

Better

,t

krowa;

all sixes.

Price

,

CreaaMd Parsnlpa

all

.

CoM

Combination T.rncheon

...^....^..h^w.s^V

Pouto SaUd— Pickled Boeta Meringue Chsatiny

^\

Compote of

Prvit

Cheese sad Celery

Served Each Day This

n«K»f

wide range of business boots in black and brown of depeodable qualities. Choice of sinirle. and double *^l<*; from the smart po

full

,

Overcoata

Nuveiaber

In every leng^th from the stnart jaeqiMtte to the graceful full length These attractive Coat.s are itleal for street service or the models. hardest kind of motor wear; light in weight, itp-to-the-minute styles, reasonable tn price, ainl as you know, a Fur Coat is the onlv kind of coat that will entirely protect you against the biting w:a
g 1^

4th

A

leathers,

;

All

3:15 to 5:45

iioota

k'

ill

Spaciai at

Vnm

'i,

slip

Rr>ots that will give the utmost Sizes of satisfactory wear. Sale Price.. ,

I



look these over today.

I

i

$5.98

High-Grade Boots in tan or black calfskip, Goodyear welted single and double soles; medium and tnll round

An

liH:''

M

Solid Leatlier

Boota at $4.98 toe

nigger,

Cali."»kin

;

Made from heavy

In

Week

$2.98

Jg>X*_ ^^r*4 ^....^^^^'TT

,

MBghru Cotta

2^

friea

iJoots. with extra heavy .single .soles; soft, lilack or pliable uppers ; choice of rubber or solM iMdMP heels round toe fast. styli«;h Hoots, but very ser£t\ .f^ /-x ^— Thr'ie arc '^mart. All sizes from 0 to viceablc for Winter wear. ,„ ,. . „ 10. Sale price

4>^<^0

With a Fhanomanal Sale

In

ea

#1^

Boots N Drown

nnd black; siaCS 9yi tO Per pair

.^$1.69

at

1

U

it

English

to 10 pair

Muskrat Coats

Aftc^riiooii

Shea

A

rj./ \

,

seamless and reinforced at toes and heels, wide hemmed non-laddering

in

Qpeiiiiig

c ui^an

ttB OO .V^.yO

7.

ipl.OU

In 4-1 rib effect,

narrow i

rib,

Fibre Silk and

Comforters

^IB^A ^AO.VMv

Sizes J to

Black Kid and Black Box r«U -4^ce Bbots with extra.^ioui soles and made on a comfortable school last.,

patent

S. U'>:>i

Boots, $2.98

blue

.4 mil fashioned hose well reinforced at points of wear, in black and white, brown and white apd navy and wWte. also fawn, dove, dark grejr, ..c colored cheeks and stripes. Sizes Per pair 9, 9'v and 10

in

Covered in excellent quality cambric with French sateen panels and well filled with down and ventilated. Shown in a good range of desirable

Covered

with and

heels spliced lovat shades; sizes

ti«ps,

$11.80

and^^rown

leather

and SpanishAeels.

Fancy Sports Hose Made in Kn^land

Heavy Ribbed Heather Hoae

ated throughout, size 60 by

colorings; size 66 by 7' Prir^

ifi

.

Per

brown, lovat and heather;

Wool Heather

an
wide range of dress

Sale Price Z!!

art chints in

a variety of pretty eotorinfs Well ventiland desiRtis.

Down

,

stripes or broken cheeks in twotime efTerts, narrow hemmed top and ^plKod «» | £3/^ heels and toes; sizes 8' j to 10.

Knglish

.^

make; seamless, spliced heels and toes; in black and white, brown and white, silver grey and seal and r

With fancy

hemmed

with silk docks,

pair

In 4-1

v/OC

pan

\



and brown, blue and mode and brown and mode: strongly reinforced at wea

I

top. reinforced

Misaea

>

Woman's V^twa Oxfords and Pumps

and

.$1.26

,

'

q,

$2.98

Women's Smart Oxfords and Strap Pumps ^^'^O

yarns with deep suspender

.

All-Wool Sports Hoae

Down These Comforters arc

rr

-



Bay Company

Hudson's

for

BoUny

kind of

the

boots the boys should have this Winter. Hsavjr

SUk and Wool Hose

Heather Cashmere Hoae With silk clocks, wide hemmed

Excellent

made

and Wool Hose vSilk and Wool Hose

I'er

.

5.

U

7Bo

to 10. TPer pair._

sizes 8I/2 to 10.

hf

Pidr

2yj to 7, Sale price, per

in sizes

a

Silk

lace clocks, in black

lisle

to

$2.88 a

at

to

and

.

only; sizes 8 to 10. Per pair

Pilre Silk Hose With faiu v cnilirnidered fronts, toes, in black or b^own; sices

Oxfords

sizes 2yi

styles

fine rollection of ."^mart ()xford8 in patent leather and black kid. Cluod.\ year welted soles, Cuban and mililar.v lirel.>, also One-Strap Pumps in lit black kid and patent leather, Cuban or Spanish heels, dress or strr Woaderfal vatae. Sites 3 to f. soles. Sale Price , ^r-,

^

AU-Wool Cashmere Hoae

from strong

A

'

in"

fashionable

soles of toMd leather. Extra stoat leather appers. Blucher style. Siscs 11 to and 1 to 5. Sale Price

rtoor

.top, shaped leg, seamless and strongly reinforced at heels and toes; in brow iting, grey, fawn, green, purplj, white and' black; sizes to 10. Per pair ,„ ,.

Pure Thread Silk Hose

per

Soap,

plain-

liosr

sites

Specially

hem or ribbed lisle tops, reinheavy quality heels and toes. black, white, brown, grey, beige, navy, camel, beaver, suede and silver; sizes 8}4 to 10. Per pair.>...»9«>wV/ With

silk

fl.€B

value $2 25 for Colgate's Toilet

browa;

Imperial Pure Thraad Silk Hosoforced

Ml

Ct4>an hcela and ^hoes for Win-

tacxLOvJ: tv >ota

Ideal

pair

Hose

"Hudsonia**

^ a/\ ^l.OU

value

$5.00 for Hayiictt Nail Brushes, value 85c for

OfX^ OUO

r

With ribbed top. lisle heels and toes; in white, « grex, nude, brown and black; Sizes %H to 16. Per pair„.

for

Eboay Hair Bruthes,

in black, white, navy, camel; fis«s %yi to 10.

Thread Silk Hose •

for

—Sa4

^ ishmere with reinforced heels ^ toes, scatnless shaped leg; in black or

t5i)i,

Per pair

f'

Loitor VanMr B«Be

hefttiiltd

wearing parts,

.it

t

from.

,

$6.80

Women's Seasonable Hose Li.^Ie

calfaktn,

Boys' Strong

CI — ^t. i-U

*-

Other models

Hudson's Bay Superior Values in

Prices

and*

sisea

._$4.80

PriS

Sundries •At Low

freedom;

r

street

in

Tost

semi-

top, doubly reinfor(*e
pink

figure, lovely

size

(

ici

iiouth with

velonr

**

stout leather soles. Several ter wear.

elastic

Hip Confiner

same day.

required

lara^aa'- fi*tM«a

-t

v—t

tin

order

,

Stout {Pifure A new model

clasp,

Oxfords

smart Cuban heels. Uppers made from carefully selected leather;

^P'J-^Q

.

1

Kid

style, \vith stoiit single soles

:>''

I'^rorn L.urope A New MuUei for the

Coutil

ut li^nglish

Lightly boned: soft elastic top; sizes 21

(

Pieair

at Black

om-

C

f

High-G r a de Corsets

per

Special,

Sauce.

and Wool Conihinations SilU m Wool

Fine Quality

oif

diftct

Extra orHmarv VciiuO

-

binations with short length; sizes 36 to 44. Price

whi^ rvpTM^nM

to

black

——

P. bottle

Silk

«

Sunset Brand Pure Rasp*-ll^ Special, berry Jam. tin

50

\

medium

sletvrless with or short sleeve.s, finished with neat beading, knee length; sizes to 44. Prkg



for

tins

r:*/^

\

Thousands of pair*

previous efforts in value giving;.

all

be placed on the bargain tables- at prices

Women's Oxfords and Boots

^,r-

1.

9

The collection includes Women's Iknits. Oxfords and One-Strap 50%. Shoes, Men's Business and Work Hoots, and Hoys' and Girls' School UoOtS, in the most reliable maltes suitable for Winter wear. See our special window displays. saving of from

Fine Ribbed SilW Vests in light and weight, tleevr'"^tyle. white or cream; sizes (T-'j r\r\ ^^ 1<> 40 Trier

!•<

ir,-,iT

ations,

tin

2>4-lb.

large

r

MyS%

\yill

4>O.UU

Ubby's Canned Yellow Free Peaches, packed in 97t .1

with

Quality Shoes

sleeves or

Price

'.vl'ifr-

iti

offered in this sale surpass

Bax

Pricea

Pure Silk Vests

sleeveless neat beadinR. in

Pure Wool Combinationa 'Extra Fine Quality Wool Comhin-



Special

Flour. for

packets

,

Vests,

finished

Come

Imported

Polscrti's

Plaited

styles,

»»

&

Hudson's

and Wool Vests

\'erv finest rju^ility, siiori sleeveless. Ideal for \N sixes 34 to 4©.

8Uk Mixture Vests

>

Hr.)wn

Bilk

tailored finish; sizes 36 to 40. Price _

L.ulW,

Low

at Excaptienally

Fine rib weave, sleeveless

IvX^A

Winter Footwear

Hudson's Bay CompaB|r*s rtlvats

rieer

Wool and Cotton Veatg

So''''

Raisins, in Seedless per lb Rrcleanrd Quality Finest Special. Filatras Currants. 8 lbs. for ,,,,

neck and

$2.75

**f

tia.

for

tins

3

Del

Extraordinary Three Day& Sale oi Women's, Boys' and Girls'

Nest At the request of numerous friends the Arts and the promoters of Crafts Exhibition kave decided to conthiiw aame untfl Satarday next. Open each day from 12 to 6 p.m. .Admission 25c. Childrc;^ 15c.

A Direct Importation of Women's Fine Swiss Underwear

»»dc

Sofar.

for

COMMENCING TODAY

Will CoatimM Until Sataidiqr

The barons

Finest Qtl»lity B. C. Cr^nu

Uted

self

—Sad

sack „_

10-lb.

of

material. b(|ie, purple, grey cardinal. Sisea 36 to

and

9tM

sack 24-lb. sick Ura.knian K«r PaStfjr Fld6r. 49 ib.

soft quality flannelette, slec\es, neativ ^hir^ed ai

kimono

and

Purity

t'nsfs.



^

Exhibition

FLANNELETTE KIMONOS

Grocery

'

Arts' and Crafts

WOMEN'S

Month

(

.'

aiiijumii|.

Tea



Coffee

— art

Mitk W\mm

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-

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:

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THE DAlLYuCOLONIST. VICTORIA.

8

7"

Tomorrow dance

9

•wulng wmm

1 1ttf Ottrt street. OAk

ho«t«M beinx Toung. d«UKht«>r of I>i

MWm

Bay, th«

^'Ollnc

E,

r...irii-

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v.i-ri-

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r,

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il,i:l..w

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nam

uler** nifhl

H.

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tll« «tt«ato

tended

B^Hy Sh

On

r'"'v

ih.'

Xn^.l,, \ I'Mllti Tayl..!

ti.n

Vii.iKhl.

Uhella

\fcBride,

their

Hf-

who

thoee

NT

Ji-l«Mi

,

r

r

i

<• f

<.r.-y.

Mlll.-r.

ll.ir-

J.

evening;

V. Perka rnfTix

younc

p. -..1,1,

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liMVfla for

who haa

In

lo-

up her raaManoa

0|i

Hhaughtx'Mr'v Xeivhta, waa the suest of honor on Tuesday afternoon when

Mra

Uolton entertained at one inah Jong and two tabiaa of

A

I'.

tnh!< In

,

VI at their lu.ni, Slr.-i-l, i.t'.;.' ineatarv t.. m. i:rf(»r(i Smith, wh.i laaves lodav '.> \l -i iroal. The icu<*am M *.^ Included^ l.ileen (lravel«>r

Bcma on

kdr

at


Rlahardaon

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(VanoouVor>, l<;dna number. Monnina and Jueta MeKaana, Marjorle Oatee, Hilda L—fton. Pany Hod^lna.

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ll>

M

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W

N

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ilui*tit.

I'ritice

yeetorday on Angalaa oo a tUp. city

]

(in hard,

('

of

the

visitors to their way to

wer«*

l'<*ton Oil h.«tr(i, ershli> of <;r«th.'iiM

oceaaioo belns the oalahratlon o( th4^r

was

The eraalis weddlns. story-talUas camaa,

pent

i^ad

ia

inuskh



'

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*

nrc.ll

«vhl<

ti

the ireriAUM Illness of Mr*. M.i'nlhin) Ih- weddiPK of her Mr r M <): \t

owliiir |t

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(1.) ii.;

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preuxranKtMl.

tiol as • •

.\lah JuiiK llunlH

Mrs

ami

WInalow were hosts at a mah Jong home on Craigdarroch Rdad. TBraa Ui^laa vara la ,pro«raas 4i»rUm tha avaiifsr. •





Leaves for Sooth Miss Mae Dinadale Is leavias Victoria today for Ban Franclsoo. wkare she will

Mm. Roy

visit



Oilchrlat.





aftaraoon, for thalr home on Disby laland. Prfnee Rupart. B.C. thia

<-ity

Los

bAA.NiCll



Aitei

Mrs. P. J. aiunatt dellskttul •aftarnooa

at a

waa hoateas

Ma

home

at fear

Tuesday, whan tha tallowlBc cuesta were present/ Mrs. C. H. Butler, Mrs. J. W. Stugr«tt. Mrs. Thomson, Mrs. It. Blunett. Mm. Arthur Petoh. Mrs. H. K. Tanner, Mrs. U. Thomson aad Mra. Pafaall.

on



Mr.

from





and

returned

has

Klfurd

tiiiKh Seatti'

remain

aitpaeta to

here for the Winter months. Ha was acccimpaniad by hla brothar. Mr. R. Klford. who vialtad at tka feama of Mr. Hasan for» f«r

The tuembera

have

KeatlnR.

ralattvaat

e

pMt tW*

of after mOnthS at

I



chaaga.

a^d•

Farrla.

Mr. Tom Koberlson and his sister. Miss Nettle Robertson, spent the in the Capital with rala-

tlves. •





Gaeat at OroftHM Bar. Baail B. Epurllac waa tha waat laat waak of Mr, and Mra. J.

M

(no Nice

'

I

Orange i^ekuc

at

,

.i

ca,

i

n

,

com-

(don't

parr this with the rheap stuff ^old l&c elsewhere), per lb

_

Frarfi for

Rimia

Coffasb

Frnh Frah and

. '

(

an, rJS<'

3

Powder,

-

66^

Pure Dutch Cocoa

" ,

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8 ibs. ^1.00

Rad Arrow Soda

Hoaa-Mada

4

—9

<

•<(

Poni-

|r

w.i

irIiIn '

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night.

Anti

ent huftln



Messrs. M. Murray, F. SQulres and Yn.^er were hosts at a musical ev ninK and bridae party at their hiK helor iiuiirters on Monday evenwere served by Kefreahment.<» inK. the h'iNts during the eveninK thtgiiei^ts havlns a most enjoyable time. The party broka up ahortly aftar mid-

Phone Your Ordtn.

COPAS & SON

nil Kt

^ well u» and iscted means." Uev. K. Nunn.-* « serretury In place of .Mr!< ^j^ader. waa who. on account of other du unable to devote the time necessafy. Mr. F. Squires was elected to the exeeutiva in place of Rev. W. Lioyarsedce. It was daoMad to hold tha annual dance on ItMay of thIa

I

i

«*^<

I tip t i i i j Jam, "''^*ee#»aee—sf e—

Vcgctablls o( All Kiads.

Comer Fort and Broad

Harm..:.*

~

tin

rt>iirK.itu/.il iDti

larae

Biaariti^

carton Peters* per tin

W.18

plfti-

last,

'

20-11.

..

which

Monday



Combine

South Vancou-

of

Ww Taaoovvfr







"

some

for

morninE-

f..r

on Tti-

lime, left

Vancouver.

Lea vex for llnnu' Mi Walen. who has been engineer cn the gasoline tug, Proapact Park, left on the Princeas Ma^Mlaaa far fela home in Vancouvar.



who

Victoria,

of

has

lieen doing dental work here for the past ten days, has left for Vic•



Tyuquot and



Indian Agent's Visit Mr. Halllday, Indian agent from Alert Bay, waa a visltar feara thla

Vanoouver

Bud Walker hava arrived from Vancouver to take up iftMlr Mra.

raaldSacd here.





•• "



-

-

For Vancoaver Mr. Hutchinson left on tha Princess f^r Vanoouvar.

Mnaulnna

WEDDiHCS CltB Yesterday afternoon

Hreadal

at

i bane, the minister's residence. Hlreet. the Kev. Dr. Campbell officiated at tfea maraaga at Mr. i

George CllC a«d Mlss Clara Plow« both of fpaalafe hrMo Tfea was very handSSiAa In a travaling with h.i: t.; suit of navy blue rioth ^rioni The hrlde and t> r match. right,'

1

COLUMN'S

flaadover.

hem*

75c,

1000 Cu. '

Instant

Ft.

llfT.

and

ihi

w
V

c

.

!

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n

members and

the

>'v

all

information without

GM>hMtiBff appliances on display '

''

at

mst

or

obligation.

mir .Shownxmis.

;

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GAS DEPARTMENT

tliev

Smart est

,

imtulged

\

Herbert

I'etch,

MiUioexy Appears on

in

Scene Week

Frank Sommers, Jimniy Stewart, Ous Meehan and Jack W. Glllls.

FlRrMFN'S BAIL MEETS

DougUs and Pandork

ire

!,orh Knirin* left Wan Pedro ortolMf 14 for Kuropn via the Cansl. ihe Moordyk aalled from th«> CaAal -Ootob«r 11 for Lmdan: tfeaTtahSMka

Southampton

Nearly On. PopwlSr

r

|,„



<

lally

oranges, tn the provin<«s o( Valeooia

Allsaala.

Tha

will

dslf|jktfnl '

tiny

^i--

dw

ate

K*t^

^lerti

pmrnt mode

'iir

w*nl oac

Mill

yu\i

lo

coBplclr KNne tpecia] frqck er Mit. Ail eaclaiive ia

.Armory

til*'

given by tha Victoria Fira Dapartmaat in ihe past was entirely the triumph eclipsed by achieved by the genial hosts last night when they entertained nearly one thousand guests at the Armory. For the oooasion Zaia'a fifteen plaea orehcatra had been engaged dnd tha melodious and tuneful aaleotiona were greatly appreciated by the dancers who eagerly clamored for encores which were generously accorded. of gueeta arrived at the

daaoa towarda midnight, as there were many Hallowa'an fsathritlaa which had first to be attended btfdra the great event of the evening, the flremen'a hall, could be enjoyed llreat crotlif i.s due the com nil tc in charge of the dance for the splendid arrangements which placed the function among tha most popular and moat enjayahia affaira Of tha season. The committee Included Capt. Raymond. Lieut. Taylor, Mr. J. Barton, Lieut (rwyer. .Mr P Cur. t.leut. n Brlndle. Mr. Arthur Clarke. Mr. H. Dyer and other members of tha det

partment.

Among tha many gaaais who were evening wara Chief praaant last Stewart and Mrs. Stewart. Deputy Chief Munro. and a number of the members

of the police force, includsergt. Hall. 8«rgt. Watksr and

ing

ANCIENT CKAET NIIW

ON Batiks*

Mi

EXHIBI TION

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roiii

I

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on

I.,

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the

in

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ONLY OME STORB 1212

Douglas

Talaphona

Street

1901

rtvars afp

The Princess Afaqulnna. delayed by Taeoma and Vancouver. wUl

ultimate It survival, however, Its required so iiuch technlcAl knowledge that the study was soon left to more flftaen sefiooa About parpoaaa.

trips to

be a day behind scheiiule iraving fOP the West Coast on her next trip, gfeg will not aall bafara

yaara aco B^lk waa first introdaoad to the Amermn continent, but for a long time f.illed to gain attention

November

S.

or a fashion. Howthe InHi year or »o It haa become increasingly popular In Paris, Brussels, and other big centres for Ita value In creating dOoaratlva draas daslfna. aad this has brought it lata aiaefe graatsr aatloe over here. le flercq's collectlo-i M.idanin

either 1

\ <

r.

lalrif

of of

a

.im

i

rafi

iliirliiK

niiinber

11

modern

of

111

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If ti

il^x nn.s

I

n u

n s

••

Caatatt.

rii ti»>

the native Javanese conventional designs on silk, and she is prepared iato aaplain tha antlra atathad to qulrars.

It is also

intends

atSrtlBg

TER'S

S

making.

The Javanese use

Fountain Pen Ink

dyes

«» .iMe

of principally In' their mariufm cure soft Batik, and some very t>eautlful this colors have been produced by meaaa. The I>utoh ariiats. however, hava haan afela ta est stUl rlefea^ afvarlSd faata aad vtvldar aad mora colors by employing aniline dyes, and designs suitable for dress trimming. ll I'. » ouse lengths, orn« kties, cushion handbagi*, covers, and wall panels ara SfeSITB SC tfea

Audacity Uer Agtnt

china

in

OONOan Mas

the

nf

ri)

aen'titiy



LADIES STOCKINGS

Arts and Crafta.

W« ball ."•I « S

All

CMt

at

sell

'-•<•

'>

.n

t

I,

p.

tha con-

Hudaon's Bay Store, have shown

display of siderable interest in the Batlkwork In the south- end of the This collection is In the perhall. sonal charge of Madame le Cleroa, who has only recently arrived here from Java, where aha stadlad aad acthis quired all har knawladge of ancient art. Batik was first Introduced tn the

Occident

two

about years

neveniv

to

and was

hundred when It

sgo,

Holland by some of

the

Dutch traders tonilng 40 Java. had undoubtedly been praotlaad

It

SlU.

SS.

ISLAND PRINCESS

«

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pair

— —SM aa
V.

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conie oft

tl.<

Prlneess

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...

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fw

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II. ft* -

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The steamer

and

wbil'

Uale TkrMd. saS S. aklte tn4 Week, pair 11, ... Usto TbrwH. SH sad S. a«Ms ane Mask, pair _ SLda rBKlir SLi r nr.An n

OFF RUN FOR WINTER otter Goaa oa

a

:

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Bay liuUdlng

liudsoa's

i

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,

frt atir

Hii.s

will

Carttr'sRugShop

at the

end of this weok. it w announced the Canadian Pacific yesterday. I'V The Otter, which will replaea har for the Wlatar aa usual, win tnka up tfea aefeadnia oa Xottday. Ifaaaaifear i.

FORT

705;

Ill*

OM

WUiimltU

SI RICF!

— Mer«

Hinro

l^y

natlvaa fat^uifdrada of yaara beconvenfore that time, the designs tionalised and the technique of dyemaking and application tradilionalMoweyor. of rercnt l7»"d years a fr'sh impetus to the art of Batik

tfea

AiN orr f/ wonKS 3SO COOK ST.

VlCTORIA.B.C

making haa been given by modern artists, and the present keen interest the craft IS malaly due to Chris Lisbaaa I>yasalhof and L4on C^ehet. Dvteh artlata and designers of con aidarable reputation. w)io by their In

wonderful

work

Stimulated

n

have

revived and nation-wide apprecia-

tion of the work. In Holland in years

gone by the study of Batik was introdueed Into as a ragalar aaarsa so that gradoatas might antar tfea aaatai world fatly aaalppad. KafeHy f or

Ecooomkal wit h the economy of long

an
"More Heat

A

for i t e b I n g. bleedieg. pro'> .

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hundrsds oparatlee slagte

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a u

bee*

tias

sMf-

years d for jrears. No wonder ) on tan g<-t iheee bi•Teased sspfNwltories ta aay drag store In the T' R and Panada at sS cents t

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Standing for Butter nui Bread

=

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FREE SAMPLE COUPON <

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HI c le

had

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Victoria Nurseries, Ltd

t la many casea t»i»t

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truding pllee er h e m e r rbotds. >:

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fttchard Mali Special Siie of (MMiaf Roses pbone» 219. J?ft9, Central Bldg

relief

famllr

r,f

IjONGCJI

Pile Torture

Mil

toe

coetaM e

ReMiember that for SI years Pyramid Pile Sttppositoriea have bees the

D,

COAL

AU

Doa't Suffer

Vei

siati*

tactory aervicc.

girls' schools

111

0«t.

and heavy rains hkve eaaasa enorili'

Imw

NiKbt

Ml

aad

halt

WliUliKtArmtliS

PTkAltiP natx:

to

realize

dM

lh«i

scattered as follows, according to v«>sterday'a weekly bulletin issued by the Victoria agents, FIndlay, Durham A tha XNntaMyk sallaa from Brodis: London Ootafeor It for tfea Paalie Coast; the Draehtdyk Is At IfWIBKai loading for Km^pe; the Li^>«h Oolt Is at .Men tie ob the Same buslnex*. the

mous damage

set

lierwisg

MAIIi POOTIOirs

the Royal Mail service

MADRID.

yea

celleSliMit

clechs that u ixing worn apea ike keed of Para (or

Nleld.

Bill

OoIling.-<.

oi

New

The 6ommittae of Blks which con venad the arrangamaau tor last night'a undertaking waa e o m p oaad of the fopowing members: Bro. Alfred T. chairman, and Bros. Weight, Hob Harry Held, Harry Howard,

\

i>howrooms at Lan^iey and Fort.

asjr

fancy

>

MAKMANMUTE

mM

KAro)


Mar>

ciaared from Ball Oetafeer it for the Paelde CpaM. aad tha Niatharoy arvr.i At Taa t cjs ea r October zk to British Columbia load apples for

NO BOIUNG

\n

A

one af

their friends.

I

Estimates and

a

Sead Taaey f*r a Kre* HmmmvXr Paek.-

In

rsasaaaUa Jspasit wtL

u

valix-^

tiicw-

you be able

will

tfea

The Blka plan holding

After a honeymoon CU/C wilt maka thalr

la

Hhlps If not, investigate today the pdlMbilittca of solving your heating problem with a (fas fir r tnfnace (vartorus types), Radiantfirea or Radiatora, tisinj? ^-a^^ ftiH at the low rate nf

pn.

ROYAL

bflatii^

a

11

were nrcompanled l>v Mr \ the groom's br«>ther. and Wtf

your home or^ce of buaineas ? The cleanliness, convenience and Mtor-aivinf featorea of .piped fuel? For

Vort

Mr. aad

then

i>nly

ju
Iresa carnival next month, the fun« loti to take the character of a mas•)U<-rad<- fiolii 'Ihe lodge held a numb'-r of th<-.s.- affairs Uist Winter,

brought

Retnms

Mr. Patarsaa, of Caps doott, was a Port Allca on Tnaaday.

Ann

and

proved even epanlng

it

I

Savii«i ol

liody

lor.il

tha Arta aad Crafta Seeiaty In



visitor In

Gas Fuel

I

the

liy

Vlaltars at tfea annual exhibition of

Mr. Melvile Dollar, of the Robert Dollar Company, paid a short bualnaas viau to Part Attea thki waak.



Hava You Bver CMiaidartd The Many Advamafea Of

h.-hl

rii'

he li.i'.o.i::., and more aoMsasfttl than

of

inse you to comfMrr

rtgfattuiiy

tha oapahle hands of Bro. A. and there was nothing lacking in this particular The function wsa th< eecond .>f ili neneM of monthly en

vtoiafty. • • •

Mr. Oaarga Williams, eoaatable. ratui^ad freis Vaaeaavar whara he was taken on buslnass.

Piped Fuel

We llicii

iii

Usi Aiwi Maa^Dslhfs

in C. Hill,

teii

Piiesi

.

Mr. DoUaVa Vkds

%/I.ii#^

Wraps At

ail.



Mr. Wm. Byars, forest ranger, returnad oa tfea Prlaeaaa Maauinna attar apaadlaa tha past tan days at

Oonsiafete

Coats and

Tha anppcr arrangamanta wara

Prom Kyoquot

Mr and

DONT BE

by

toria.

fon«

Jaqucttcs

.



Leavea for Victoria T>r. Harry Dler,

I

Guests







basineSH Visit Mr. Oylas, raeaiver and manacar ot the Whalan Pulp »t Paper Company, paid a short business visit to the plant at Pert Alloa tMs waak.



Ihe/pected

1

A number

*



feoaa.

Grocers

Phone« 94 and 95

Stk.

and

il



month.

.-xi

.

-

/c

]

another meetlnit on

discussed,

PRICES

paper bag ..M>08 FliM King Applaa, per box $1.SS \

V



C9«b The Cumberland Badminton Club, which la Koinff strong this Winter,

>ieid

•1.58

.

„.,.,.,



Or. per lb

Tr

B.

P.

ver, who has bean the suaat o< Mr. and MJra. Sid. Crawdar. for tha past two maaths. has racoraad to fear

f.hy

Buttar lb.. 48f Batter

Mra.

Mr. Stenstrum. who has been in the employ of the Whalen Pulp A l>aper

fiadsiliitan

Topcoats

(luaitera.

Uiti

aanaal' balla

Mr. and

of

ikioMon,

\\

«

over* out- huiiilrt

excellent gueats enjoying the irugramma prsasatad dnrlsa the vealns. Haatoa'a aatartalnars pravldad an nd the many couples did full )U8t.i. music. The mu'-i' i.io' w.-'i ...l llnj; K<-(i'm.- with encores, thus urratly to the success of the fun. :li.n Heviiui innovations Introduced Uur I' K tha danea wara maefe aajayad

St

Chiat mNrtaesr Afrtvsa Mr. 8haw arrived this week to fill the position /»f* chief engineer vacated by the departure ,,f Mr Wm. Ulbsop, who \s ith hi.s wifn le.iv'Lay for fkw '

ihel;

III

liliM'k,

r

nrty

Tha auoeaaa which has attended

r

r

ht-M

»«.-.

VNfilt

Goi«tm «!

arsak.

will be flad to hear that thalr uon. D«naid, Is pro«raaslat tavorably allar undartelna a aarloua operation. ' • • •

Company

COPAS &LOWSON

Parka-Davla

the



week-«od

BUY YOUR OROCERT?^ AND PROVISIONS FROM

Presh-Made Creamery (Lawndale Brand), per ladependant Creamery

of

tcwa darlaf Uia

CV>n va|r»oeni Th< friends

,

Members of Victoria i^odae. No. ::. Biiasva i i a f PrataaUva Ovdar at Aks. iiuit Bight added their raputation ua sveeeasful hosts when they enter taiin'.l .tl a H.'ll'meii iIhihi. which

f

PORT AUGB

B.Mi' h

*

Hy«a>Parfcar, Craften.

F&£SH QOODB AT



From WalkarvlUe

,.



u!7ia ^iulMnl "vsrisnsJ! Aad as mMrt and fmavally

i.'i

*



2327





Mrs. A. K. Jeffrey, llaryport Avanue. and Mlas Marsarat Robiaaen laft Monday mornlac tar Vfotcria. whara thay wUl a waah's vaeatlen.

Mr.

Today!

of A ntlcTt-ll Tribe Are Su< vwef ul Hoeta at PtfAMnt l-^iui lion NovelUee a l>»lure

Members t

AND muiNERY

A^na.

Owen. Mkryport

A.

For Viclorta

Visit Capital

MISS FRITH

NICfi





I'Vom N'analmo Miss (lladys Hindmarch, of Nanaimc, was a visitor to town at the week-end an^ was a a««at oC^Mrs.

W.

JIBAiyr.TO.Wld(

affair.

little

RcturitH From Victoria Mra. .r. KufuB Bmlth, Who haa been the guest of her brother-in-law and and Mrs. T. rilllinRham, ulster. Mr i'rloi- .sir.M-l. Vli-toria. for Ihr.-e weeks, has returned home, benefited by the

C.enuinc Velour Hats, in sand, grey, navy, nigger and blaek, _ $6.75

e

Mrs. G. J. Richardson. Mrs. n Rlchard.Hun. Mr. W. H.nteinan Mr. H Illehardson motored to .Nanaltno al week-end to attand tfeS funeral or Mrs J. Parrott. • • e Con va !«•!»« -en Thr iTiHny friends of Wins iin Owen will ll,. pleased to hear thai Is iiiuking satl.^fartory progrenH to wards recovery after a saHOUS attack of poaumonia.

Mr.

at

MiiUaenr

e

'

Bnaahno

IVii

home

OBSMAUfVS

$8.75

1619

returnad

spenrtinK the Hood Klver.

i

fun< lion,

one of the i.f

of

Mra. i, FlnfaM an mondna Mr Vaaoeavar. an route for London. Ehaland, whara she win i^end tha naxt ats montha visitini^,

At Boom Mrs. Anderson and dauahtars,

have selected a large quantity of Triniined Hat.
.iffiilr^

Patient In Uospilal Mr. W. O. Owen, wfea Mat with a serloua aeeidaat at Camas laat wpafc and who la at praaant a patlant la St. Jooeph'f Hoapttal. Is aa weH aa can b« aapaetad*

visitor In

Wc

Itie lie

III

(lupuLii

K.

i

party a* their

Mr. Orchard, who

Trimmed Hats at Redueed Pncei) l or Today and i iday

of

vf'iit

i

pi.iiiilnen

imml

won.

li«

The Ht-.i the lom mlttee have sparad no effun to make the dance an outstanainK suoeaaa. and Juisdna by tha wi^le daasaad for t4ekata, the afltalr iriii ba wen attended.

home

on Saturday avanlBC. the

In LAntawille

the

will

l-'renoh,



HtD

A

.V

Ifntvandty of Waahunder the lead

The

c^larfc.

in

Loavinc for Pvlnoe Bapert Mr. and Mra. Dajr are laavtas the

r.

.

the

all

bmith entertatned

it.

Laat evening Mr.

Vaaopayr

tak<*n

1'

I'

at a piaaaant sathartnv at thalr

ij<«





i.

U txldlnK Mr. and Mre.

B

J

Km press

the

at

Kxplanatory

<

M

MlaaTotie D«r, who laft Victoria yesterday f6r Vanaeuvar. whara afe* DM; will >otn her mother, Mm. R.

if

''or

,

ii





. ,

ll

caChar -wfth a number of bla friends. Mtea Marrlflald la to be married to Mr. G**«UI Barry on flatttrday MBt.

M rs.

li

1

conitDg jU'9oro waa also preeent,

Daaoo

On Tuoaday

'111

i

ence Whitney, and JdMtere U*rry Bapty. Kyrie Symons, Nod •jnnena. Orawloy Rloardo, Reck Robarteon, XUIr Lawaon. Alee Orejr, Sidney Cow in hm (Mark Hiinflcy U«'dpath. Philip 11.1'lilon and Uouglaa Creo.

M

li-il

I

of 111 timior liiiu'MdH nhowt whloh Mfrrlfleld, ul K.vthl.-tii

II •)

\ii,l,-i

m

Alli. rt

thf

..<

northern port in riiH.kiiiK the trip of reatorlnc hie BaaHk.

silver

home

the

Tiieadiiy •v^nlng at (! \\ uKl Mt-<

Mr

of

at w»>r« H.ii! M.iri;ii.Tiic

IU|.(v

ri,|.-i

Uke

fetCUl to

Amonr

4o0«rt«re.

the ngrnl

CoUoa.

Mabel

for Bride

^r

K«mM

ing;,

And fun o( •vary order flUvtf U»« Uif«a JoUy hottf* fro* «'«imt t* tM.

W1M«

WcUenden.

NIobolaoa. Halen Laandy: Ruth McBrlda. Maam. R. IBdsakUi. Jaek D^vCaell Kimgtmm, aroauz. Lauady, RoMn Cran, V!l>aw>t MeKenna, Praaela Perobertaa. J. Cmnlnsham. Toby Hod«lna. PhU Laoston EBd Ronald llatkawa.

RdMM

FVvIe

Mt,

..n.l

iimI

Mnd

r.ivi.rH I

I

i

hehV

distinguished the under patronage of Mia Warahip Mayor Hayward and Mas. Hayvnrd. Rrieatflar-OaMfttI aj»d Mra. R. r. Hotel,

mmJV OM

the

lughl

will he

1923

1.

LOCAL ELKS

J.B.AA. Dance To Be Held Tomorrmo Ni§hl

Social Events of the gmymtt ot th* amr^nl «lilMr*o'« MallMrVM yartlw iMld iMt

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER

B.C.

• rf»»

Frne jfr^ined fempting^Iy rri«ij» >iro umiortnly gm>fl To he liauur grocer's, or pbooc

W mmtu k Taxtor—764.

.



5

-

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA: New Dav and Evening A

aplTiiDd mrrm on dt»i>l«

The Girl b the Corner AiNirtmeat

,.r

t

MUTRIE A SON he

By IbiAY OIRI.STIF.

I

.

B.C..

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER

1,

T LIMITED

Ctrl.

Miliwood;^<'..$3.50

In

Nr»

.1

II. r..

Phon«,766

^

>

1



1

,

1.. 11-.

r

-

>

,

U. A. jUn>wu

|4 4u.

(ui

.

St

\\,

frtsad ofMarrays. I

tVI-^ VMM

.Mrf)g

n.)

titew

art's attltoda In tha iMdtdr. old. triad firlaad of hers,

all men were tsatjr at tlmee, and of ournr ho was oroasat halagroaaed from slumber.

PuLl-Over

and

Aiinopirfr

mSnom

jo o) pai )«m ufvn « 01 «
but

pressing,

man

woman wan

jn

niotxl tn play

These nrw coats are of exceptional

.

iMS^tad xromaii

i'>v<'d

Tunwisiiiw

Oinlhls

tu esaeota.

Awaf

is,

coun-

tor the prosecution.)

Was

she a

Oufht he for t

h.

pa

flirt?

to eup-

his

fM»llnKfi

her

before

reached

hie

bad a warm and went to

t>ak1i

-bed.

m^Ving

ai

a >inccrc attempt of the m<»t qualitv at absolnic

>att5fartory

We

bed-rock price*.

HLAT CHaiHTiE fili'epmii

invite every

in Victoria to come in inspect oar selection and make a compariton of oar values.

woman

«•

from All- Wool Ve»t»

from

s

t

eafiy.

t

not

\vpr<'

Besides, his noothlnr.

Wlwt a cad he was to harbor qaaar aaapleions. but waa It possible that his Bsonar and position hAd at-

<

racted the penniless Cynthia, so that nls own atti action^ waa ha nalliingbeside the fait that' he was wall endowed with thin world's gOOds There were IoIm of Kirl" like that, Of loursp. Was Cynthia one of them? Humetimes It had struck him that,

75r

'

.f 1.T5

..

now,

inalde his head.

UNDERWEAR

Cotton-Fleeced V

Torfc

They w«re like tormenting little demons, whirling rosnd and rovBd

and

LADIB8*

wsifl

w.i.sn

thoijKtiin

i.wii

New awake

But

'

goods

PIcceed Blooaacrt from

Cashmerctte Hose. Price •*< SS** Wool Ho»e from All-Wool Ribbed Hosfl.lS from I'cnman's Silk and Wool Hosr

I.riKlish

for a simple oenatry maid, she was rather clever In hsr ways of handling

at

man. For ineUnee, If she had baan •'Kaurhe and awkward, would Count

all

ft.*©

'

1' ' 1

GLOVES all

colors

donr

I'yrll

V

Silk Gloves. "Qtieen «ll tipped,

UMBSSIXAt Umbrellas 91. RO

Cambric-Covered from

Cloth

loria

"

i

eoquettlshly ? fl^ tossed from side to side of his bed. worried to death with sarmisin a nK>r« all, and Inirr! that, after norn'al mood, he would have looked

#a.50

from

BLANKETS Kvery pair guaranteed wool quality. Sisc 64 X 84, 6 lbs. I'er

X

all-

upon

oatlofi

Per pair

.

fM

,....iia.»9

jii^..........'.^.

irlfllnn-

nipr'-l\

:i«

At eight o'riork his tj>1^phone ranif sharply, and with a ifluttered impretu he, .sprang wp aad stilled nolsa 'hy |arhln«k tha gtfog Ml Ita

pair

•••Of

84, 7 lbs.

-

have

staKled ftsh, each thne the girl waa near him? And would fhPSf< smart men hsve fluttered round hor In battiiliotiM. a.s done , lonlKhl today if in they'd somv way she hadn't "led them on.

v^.,...>.»*.ftO

,

Size 64

<1

that Infernal littl«> snob of side tried to stlcl< to her likn glue, thia evening, with admirlike a that protruded ing eye*

75#

doabfe at

at

'

Would

WashinK Sucdc.

('.

have raved over her the way

eroni

X

hoek.

What Idiotic fool waatad ta eenvrrnn with him at thlB nnaafthly hour"? The inconsiderate person prnvefl to be Margaret Wakeland, and with an odd raquest to make! latUr had arrived that demanded that aha go to Chleago bgr a morning train, and might shs plf>ase -as a irreat personal favor her" little <'>nlhla Bront with laU.Th( rr were reasons why shr didn't want to lake Hortense, her personal nxald, and a gUmpae of another city would t>e sueh a treat to Mvrray's iintraveled young aaeretaryl Resides, there would be heaps of business lett»rs to bo written In <'hl cago. And stranlf «t< n'.graphers wer<« She wouldn't too hopeless, r*-

DRESS GOODS igs and IMain or Checked Suitings Coatings. Per yd. from

FLANNELETTE

A

Superior

Qualities Flannelette.'

Wnite

of

27-inch. .V) inch

Per yard I'rr yard

i'.ngli&h

Flannelette:

at

Soft, _

.



S5<

34-inch,

.

TOWELS A

large range of high-gradr Each from Enalisn Towels. $1 .25,

down

to

......_«........^e^

CUM;tOKTERS

have time

ray would only be an angel, and



ex-

rynthia for Tuesday, she MarWakpland would swear solemnly that the girl ahould be at her accustomed desk on Thnraday nnoraI

iis^

Karft

B.

ELWORIHY

ing.

by Impnlse, I'm Murray Into the instrument, with a wry little smile. "Of "Tou're

LmrrBD

afraid,"

1314 DetifflM Si.

roiirsp.

ruled

said

If

you

on

insist

ktdnappInK

my

secretary. I can't very well preit. can I? But what shall I do on Tuesday at the offlce? Who is to take Mis« Brent's place? And what will ahe herself say to tha arHiagament?"

vent

LONDON.

Oct. 31.

— Rol.rrt

I've already eemmanieated with her. and rill's positively dellRbtedT' cried Wargaret Wakeland at tho other rnd of the wire. Her stutement waa a uietlnct ezatrKeration of the facts, bat Margaret

"Oh,

Uroom,

\l, a- Widower, and Elisabeth Bolt. SR. a aplnalsr, wsrs married yesterday at (!ate. Kant London. Both Forest Ysr* ao Csabla that they were olillged to sit dtlrlav th« oeremony, which was their enrtallad la eonaldsmtlen oC waakneai.

Am<*rlc>i

of

H'>ll<>aii

has

'i

,

j...

,

,.

1

Deelsion

prspara

to

was Impreeaive. "And I've flaad up a substitute, well." she went on. gaily. "Vi .

aa

she can easily give you the whole day on 'f'uesday. and Wednesday, also, if you like:" "Does she. Indeed? Well. I don't seeni the mat.Terrold aays

purchasod 100 acres frtmi France for a

Wood

niemorlal around.

'>

i

'

[in' N< hot

)1

f

.

>

).v>

Originally priced

Originally priced

part af the

.School Jiourd laat night. A green )ioiiw> will be built In eeanaotlon with the acherae. Municipal Inapaefbr Q. H. Deane. explaining the plan, pointed out that the praoent arraagamanta In regard to the uae of property on Vining Street by the agricultural claaa were nut satlaf(||ptory. The groM coKt of preparing the naw ground, building the gTeenhouaa, maintaining tha 'Vlnlng Sueat propasty nat lKih a sag af tb s soh ss l year, and paying tha other exp eases of the coursa. outside of the actual inatructlon. until noxt .June. wai» placed by

Sale Prio

Sale I'm.

Originally priced at $235.00.

Sale Price,

Originally priced at $250.00. Originally priced at $275 00.

Sale Price,

Trustee

J.

\

FOK

mm I)

I'l

A.

$3.M,

BRASSIfiRES ORIGIN AT SALE A heavy boyahform style

lar

.satin

Uuild for Sailors

regl^diea'



Brttiah

Meeting—The

Israel

Vic-

Hritlsh iKff.el Aivoelatlon will moot at ihi' hall. 1 0 <» ("ook Htreet, A papior this evonlriK .it * o'clock will be read, entitled "Moaes and the

toria

1

KOO,.

Qanra Ak
— The

drat

in

all

7:3U

nambars

o'l-loek

in

C3.Ci.A.-»—The

regu-

monthly meeting of the Fifth Regiment Heraeants' Mess will be held tonight In the menu room. Drill

lar

the

Pro.^byterlan f'hurch on by a choir of 4. 120 voices, under the leaderahlp of

commence

The

Mr. Jackson Hanby. The rehearsals are well attended and a vsry successful performance ! anticipated. Every music lover should attead. The soloists engaged are: Mlas Eva Hart, soprano Mr. W. Draper, tenor, and Mr. Gideon Hicks, baritone. Mr. Alfred (iurney will accompany on the pianoMr K Parsons on the forte and orgaa.

annual baaaar of the First FreebyChurch v/ill be formally opened Saturday at o'clock by the noted orocr. MIR* Nellie McCanadi an u Clung. A cafeteria supper will be 11

.i

'

hi

Executive

members

of the retail aectlon of the

Victoria

Chamber

meet

o'clock thlo morning purpose of reglatering their

for

at

the

I

I

of

Commerce

Maalrale oa Monday- N> it Monday evening at I o'clock the young people's department of the First ^resbytarlaa Chnrah will hold a musical evealng. whan a meat Intareailng and unldue programme will be offered by epecial talent In tha city. The' selections will be takea from the t>est claaaical and popular' compoeera and thl« ahould appeal lo yoiiiiii pooplr \ ubou Cuilmanl ang alae a number or th^ popiil.ti aeng afrllerw i'>na are T'* being made for a record attendai

McOrsgor. Mr. Charlee J.

HEAD- FIX

of

I

innaTTO

SELL

of discontinued models in brocade and coutil, rustnnhreakablc boning; full range of styles^ and sites To Orrginally priced from $6.00 to $ilXX>.

42 paii

s

proof

from

1

''

"c\\

a pair.

foi

'

CORSETS ORIGINALLY AT

$9.00 $7.95

TO

$17.50

TO SELL

of discontinued models in back and^front face styles, in beautiful materials, as satin broche, brodade and all have un4>reakable black boning and arc heavy coutil rust-proof. Some of the best makes are represented in this collection e\ ery type of figfure can be fitted here in .sizes from 22 to .V): not all sizes in one styletr Urnpnal pricea, • On sale at f 7.95. $?.00 to ?;I7..^.

3o pairs

;

SPECIALLY PRICED AT

BRASSIlJiRKS

nrassieres of fanrv pink material, with

eta((ttc

suitable for

ige figur^;

sli

cially priced

at.«>Uf

c

i

atjEca

>h

J3

*

50c

at waistline, l4 38. SpC-

<

Regardless of what y<;u pay for your corset, our experienced corsetiere will be glad to give you a i»eraonaI fitttnf.

National

m

ef in

Rama

I

Americana bought l7,Slt,StS worth hi LMsdefi ta itss.

,

|

•ANTA CKCt FA8SE8.

SAN FBX>RO,

Oct. 11.

—^Damage

to

the Kteamers Columbia and Went Canon, which collided in a tietivy fog in the outer hsrber here laio \oeterday,

waM

than

$1

t^

entlmatorl

"00

ahlpyarda

nt

Nllghtly

lana

Tho otenmern were today

for

repaira

In

to

forward platen w)ileh ,wara atralnad hy tha Impact.

B est

the Graos slaamer Santa Crus yeaterday waa eapaeted to pasii up ahsirt 4 a_m. today from Ran Franciaro with nitrataa from South America for .Tamee Island. Hhe will prot>ably bo flnUhed at tha iatond by I'litm, gMM will khan praoad to te dlschargv .aogar ai tha raSaary.

YUMMMr

of

all

Skill Cl€4ii5€i^ iperialists

reeonmends

Ine following tgeatmeat to ensure a clear, •kin and cosMslasigBi wssa all fair na treas ta la wssh laee st nlgkl tsfsre retlriegi this i^sisnghlj aot ss e saere habit, but aa a health rale of abcolale nrrratit^ Co carry em( tkts fuiljr, have tk« palroa asa a laetraec

A*

sad lo do

P

I „ i I i f

-

Ihe l-rml and

J

t!

I

I'

lower Oil

pure eoeoannt Ccateet cleaaaiBf and pun g ageatt fppdM Ain known

rec
sO t#Usl

sos|iis^jf|if

HIm es^^

.

aM

nlfllit.

tmmsnig

r

COSSETS ORiaiNALi Y $6 00 AT $4.95

will

.10

thry rurzon and Ambaaaador Marvoy and aeeording to Mr. Harvey tho ,,n sulate will \f re-opeaed In a (ort-

a<

pair.

;

served.

Ross Sutherland.

Kir»f

Tuesday. December

terlan

.1

flehool.

Hadyn's C'nmtlon -Hadyn'a oratorio "The Creation" will be rendorod in

A full attendance of membera requested. The gathoftag Will at I o'clock.

Hall. 1^

— Ratepayers of

Saanleh, are lialng notineating to ba held this

lalaa, will preach on Sunday morning in the Reformed Kplscopal Chur
the It Is roQuested that attend who posalhlr «nn.

fifth nagteeaa,

t

Mr Mark Oraham. Mr.

Wcms

,

SPECIAL NOTE

pink only, in the popu-

tour of the Brttiah

.

evonlnir at K. of P. Hall.

this

James Fonnan, Mr. Bdwln TomJ. P. Vrs. Rev. W. G. Wilson.

The Third

^

to

tops, wrap-around of coutil and surgical elastic, iust two Specially prk^ at |Hli05 « and one-half doaetl models.

0)^.50

i

At R» E. Church Captain the Rev Merton Smith, who has recently returned from a two years' laeturlng

Novermher meeting of Queen Alexandra lloviow. VV B A will be held

Dr.

Italian this rsat'.

ON

32 io 38 and 42 only.

TotmIe

All mt« welcome.

Propheta"

,



TO

.

tha eantrovanqr over the United States conaulale at Neweaatle-On-Tyne has been reached between Foreign gecre-

QM^n

PArlE



fied of a evening, eommenclna at t o'eloek, In the Cloverdale Schixd, Quadra Street, when municipal matters, particularly the Northwent 8ow
Social The choir of Saviour'H Church. Victoria West. holding u Hallewe en social in the Novemt>er schoolroom on Saturday, t, at t o'elaak;

Hallowe'en

In

.1

Rcopra Coasateta LONDON, Oet tl.—A asHlaasant

NimUllIT "PUSSYFOOTS*^ Smitor MAYBE E S LIMItKO

in sizes 21

A



Saank^h Katepayera

Will

^

$2.75

Ward Two,

yt.

Cameron. Mr F. Lanaltarg, Mr. H. and Twiag. Mr. R, F. Thylar, honorary rh.nirman

•oce.

$2.S0

objection to the present form of the Personal Property Tha. It Is understood that the action of tha meeting will be to draw' up a re^slutlon conde.mning Ihe meaaure.

— The

ular monthly nieotlni? of the (luild for Bailors will take place today at 2:46 at tika Connaught Baamen's Institute.

O. D.

.

v

^

hrochc,

sixes

;

COhiINC EVENTS

)

Williams.

models,

$S.9S

hiack lace and wrap-around are of French ccnitil with elastic

DRIVt

(Raani( h The executive committee arc; Mra. C. Rhodes. Mr«. Schofleld. Mra. Cur-

Mr. Oaorge

^.75.

Warner's

in

'.^^

VN

.

Mr.

numbers

$8.75

splendid Brassiere for the well developed fifi^ure. sizes 42 to 48: also a few Paraknit £la8ti<^Urassieres, in front and t\ lrs back fast en in

Redfern, Mra. D. Spencer, nr Mr Hayward. Mr. (Christian Kivenr.. Mr (• V Tr.d-. Troup. Hon Iir Tolmie lind lleeve Wataon

lln.

Special

A

to raise Is llSI.Sto.

Mrs.

CORSBTS SPECIALLY PRICED AT

ON SALE AT $1.95

T.

flampeon,

to

and Bia^^lci cs

Corsets

JUB-PUL BRASSIKRES. ORIGINALLY

TO

A.

tis

75^

from

all-wool

Sale Prices arc

binations.

collection of Smart Sports I'Vlt Hats in all most popular colorings and novelty sports trim

NEMO

Qoward, Mayer Hayward. Hun. John Hart. Reeve Hewlett (Oak Kay). Reeve Lookley (Baqulmalt). Hon. Dr. MacLean. Hon. John Oliver, Mr. F. B. Pemhartaa, es-llayor C. K Mr.

and Egypin

and wool com-

:

His Honor the Ueutenant-Oovernor has kladly consented tc act as patron of tha fund: Mr. R. v Taylor will act aa campalirn manager, and the fiiiiowinK <'onnt It ute ^ha honorary advlnory commlttoc Hir l-'rank H.o n.tnl .M K K Mutchart. Hon Ho«vor. ,\1 r«. K. .S. Day. Major lnjponi, ,M Dunnmuir. Mr. A. r. Flunierfplt. Mr. John Qalt.

W

and

*»••

order. Colors include tan, brown, navy, amber, light grey. All specially priced at ^.75. l-'.nglish anil Mso a limited iitimher of h\^h American \ clour Hats to clear ai jptt.75.

i

,

.'^

f

A collection of truly distinctive hats, all-black modcl.s for matrons, soft draped toque effects; "Bobby," the popular soft crush velvet liat with the duvetyn crown as well as tailored and dress models of a very lii^h

campaign. The committee announces that it has a definite obJaoUve In the campaign about to be laanehad; tha eum

deumilned

designs silk

striped effects

$3.75

IKIMMED HATS

All Victorians intereiited in and sympathetic to the drivo whi
ia

tian

OO

'

Ia.IIoh'

it

^mall collar.s; plain colors,

f 157.80. f 107.50.

Special blocks to suit every individual type and a color to snit every fancy. Come and make 75 selection at

to Be Held IVNaorMight at BalMii«

row

$1 lU.OO 1 50.00.

effects.

MeeUag

l'ubli<*

OO

:U) «Mt

;;rc3t

ihe

I

Book with, chairman

IIMOl

marigold,

mauve, Copenhagen, turquoise, grey aad white; V and round neck styles; kmo sleeves and narrow also some with )cit^.

iiale Price, ^^^x*.\f^j.

SPORT HATS



*

I

fawn, yellow, jade,

lirowii.

amethyst,

FromMie Millinery Section

Ilrassicres of

Wll

hlack, navy,

in

Announcing a Special Disposalof^

of the Finance Commltte<>. aamired tho board that funds wnvod in othor dir»ftlon.H wf>r<' available for the worU. and it wa« unanimously decided to follow out the recommendation In regard to making ready the new agricultural plot, which la on tho weiMern side of tha High flehool

grounda

I

Misses'

an
Kcrs

(

Two Very Exceptional Bargains

.

1.^-

,f

Sale Price.

Originally priced at $350.00.

UHc of bot;tn> a.•«»*»». Mr. Deane de<-laroption to the board paying the coat of transportation of agricultural studenta ori their ezcuralona to farms, etc.. aa a part of their oouna. He claimed that tho studenta thamaelveM ahould pay. The Inspector conceded that tho pupils might pay a part of the oxpwi^ through .i laboratory fe^ .Soino trustees fell that the transpurta.tlon coet should not be placed upon the atudenta to the detriment of the courae, but no action waa taken.

W

Sale Price,

Originally priced at $28Q..>0.

School grounds to bf» prepared will bo iitilizexl .If* a botanic.il cardan, for <

2-,

I

.

at $210.00.

On-inally priced

linK the new proport\ rmi wajt (Clvein ax $720. The Provincial government grants will amount to leaving a net amount of %t%% to be met by the School Hoard. Part of the High

tb>»

Pull

SptH».."»<>

Sale PH. Sale Pric

."^lO.rOd

at

Originally priced ai $225.00.

Thf< cokI of set

J8r>r)

a.-*

pried

C)rif:inally

Women's

«t |160j0a Stle Price, f 107.50. at $175.00. Sale Price, f 117.50.

Originally priced af $l«.r()0

.

HURI-BUT

at Hall Price

Sale Price, J^lUliS.SO.

Originally priced at $155.00.

High School grounds for practical work hy the agricultural claaa of the Ullfb .School wan reaehe
Mr Oeane

Sale Price.

at $1.^0.00.

of Por-

1.

froperty—

to Ml

documents

the

Thla was Saturday, and Monday was a hoHday, In any ease. 'If Mur-

#4.75

ROBCRT

Wnte

i

of lllgb hcliuol

herself.

Well-Fltled Cotton Comforters. Sizes 60 X 72 and 66 V 72,

from

to

Ak""

tlosi

'

in

Ito

roopts.

Wr

Originally priced

Board

led to fartlMT

s

To Be Cleared



a

nfl

[in'MS

Sweaters

hcaiity. smart in design and wonderful in tailoring. One can choose from such new styles as the wrappy, straightline or cape cflFects. They are developed in rich fabrics such as Marvella and Oiona trimmed with luxurious furs as beaver, grey squirrel, mole. Isabella fox, Alaska sable and cross fox. They possess original details known only to coats of the highest order. This b your oppoitttnitjr—4ake fttU ftdvaatage of it buy now. • Only One Model of Ea> h St vu

thit would bo anujsltijt and a bit of which the goodreal philanthrop>

tho infatuated

iMit

Special Prices

'

(Evary

lentloa?

normal

waa

businass

show the litcountry girl around the town, and

tle

weaknass. Waa Cynthia ^oad of Mooallaa at-

to pr
^vonun^ and

there would ha time to

Hiopr

in

Xaijnic i(9noi4)i"

injufsd

.irt

to

any time worrying over Murray

Har

i>-i-

a Limited Number of Oar Exclusive Model Coats

Offering

,>,r,,

iwn plans

He waa an

DOUGLAS ST&££T

1211

(

to Cynthia.

Oo.,

..T

,..t

intent

Murray .sirwart for whom Cyntkta working as a utenosrapher. rich friend and Mrs. Wakdaad. client of Stewart, who takes a fancy

vreatly r«du«a4 vrte««: 14 Pt« Japalao. pt.. r«c. Cte for r«c. 4«e (or ttr: "f"' 40c; 1 pt.. !•« »l O'"' t.^ $1 fifi ri'-r c|t H»>n'ii Porch Paint •

•<

—i

tsrr He waa fsaUag very Irrttable threogh lack of slaag and tha termanta af Jealousy, aad ha didn't try "But to make hfa manner graslSOS. Onfy I think •ettle It as vou will. VI have iirent might that phoned lue before the thing nxed!"

it

llM Of Faint aa4 J^palme, ooBM«u«iitly ar* effvitoc Mr pr«M«t aloek at

liAi.

flMMM. AIM) KSSV. QgiBlIn Qfmt* MS arlM ftrt Ruby. <:ynthU.

Qlldden'a

th«

dl«eonlinuin(

friv-

iiaoaa f

AND PAINT

' ar«

aaA

nui>> Miiaoo, bar olous (rtend

SALE OF JAPALAC We

York apailiiiKat an.ol4

rroaa-

!,.,{

.

Ilvtac

'

Plafflol

ioilel

Made only from fkiSt mal Hou«r Oi^



'

H

2

Twr nATLY COLONIST, VICTOHTA.

to

)

THURSDAY. NOVBMBBR .1,

B.C,

Wednesday

VOUK,

3

Angeles the world s i«Ji balk the aurprlai line Millard taumamoat toalgM. defaatlag William F. Hoppe. the title2S0

to t'lx firan

Ann

Vi nrk

Cifound

'oiiit

I

Pmkt

Athletic

louse Hltfvcn

I

but Succeed

Team by One

THK

Garrisf)!!

\\>
HucUoDft Bay Goai to Nothing

Team madr

>tart

i'ooil

a

in

the race for the I'cudray Cup yetterday. when they defeated their opponents, the Cranlerj^h House School, by a six to nil score. At half-time the Jicore was 4-0 in favor of the eventual winners, but in the second stanza ttie Tommies added another pair of goals to their total, making the final Kore 6-0. In the first fifteen minutcB of the game the teams see med to fee fairly evenly balanced.

Thp «choolboy«' were the

flr«t

to

»i If tij; ciistml la n with r«>-t !) « few nhoia which he prov
(

1

,

FoolMI RegUtratlom

I

plsakln into the net from wry cIom The secoitd roal came from range. the same player but thiH tlm*- the ball was headed paat the net guardian. Uy thla time it wai MMlly aaan which was tb« boat taam. and. cseopt for an occasional broakaway of th« aehoolboya, ths TemnlM had tbtags meaUy thoir wHtatto had vmn way. Bofara soundod for half-tim* Coulter scored twice for the Oarriaon, making the

Um

•oere 4-0.

Upon the resumption of play the toys showed no signs of beta* dis heartened altlie«dli tkfy Were en the wroHK

•'nd

hHif

ihf>

<>r

of the se^ and In this game th^ Cranlelch House

hard to register but they alinoal Impossible to get past the strong defence of the Tommies. players

found

irieil

it

Sam

Ml

Mecretary-

Uaviitson.

treusurer of the Dominion of Caiiiida Football Association, has sent a circular loUor to all club secretaries calllav attMiUon to th« followina imporUat nillaff adopted at the annual general meeting held at Fort William

cn September 8-S. The special ruling Is necf'.ss.iry owihk I" the Brlti.sh Columbia season yveWupping the season

eUMr

in

prevlaees.

"Any player who

regletered with

la

tHa Brltlak fSAlumlkia. Vaalball Asaoelation and moves to any of the East15 August ern provinces prior to

must obtain a transfer before belni; permitted to play, and any player registered in any of the other pi ov Inoes between the date of March l and August IS and mOfVlng to British Columbia during that period must ateo obtain a traaafer to enable him to compete in BritHh Columbia during the balance of the current aeaRon. and further (hat itll playori* arrivinjc in British Columbia between AuguM

:-;<



TcanifitcrM Win TeiiniHiern were Hhorthanded at Park venterday. lloyal Athletic turning out with but nine men for

The

their league soccer match against the Uiadeon'a Say Co.'a eleven aaponenu of the round ball game. Borne time after the start thoy were re-enforced by the addition of Lovatt to their ranks, and even thus one man short they succeeded in taking the gan\e froMH the Bays by one goal to mi

The game waa not rcmarkab^ any very brllltont football, either

for t>

became

a

goal for the Teamsters, Jasper, moments. Howover, anxlouH aonie Quick and snappy shooting was not their strong iioint, and (he danger to waa always goal Teamster's the in

atrartad.

A
Payne refereed yesterday's game and the teams were as follows: Taametere Jaaper; Hay and Cart* urrtght; Rowan, Ldran and Lcfvatt: Gilbert, l>and, Davis and Hatterthwalte <"o rthrlmpton; Hudson's Bay «;ardner and Blakely. Kr-^eger. HewMcKay; Brain, Obee. Hawkea. sll. Velteh and Wood ley. P. C.

daineB

oiniiig (Hynipic

PARll, Oet. II.—Oreeoe has decided sot to
revi^

of tMa •kassa.

EXTRAVAIIANT WAY8 Mrs. CoUnwCampbcll. In Paper Before I.O.D.K. (ikatberlBg, Says KeepPraMeai la« MaivMI la

B%

Wl.N'.NIPKfJ, Oct ar^'Keeplng up till' LlMle' is driving men to drink ilesper^ 111. >ri and the matter of keeping married Is a blRRer problem to many than that of "getting 1

1

1

31.— Krlch

Oct,

Hagenlachcr, Oerman champion, today defeated Roger Ooatl» of Prance. SOa points to ISl tn'the world's IS. lll!.' never played ilum. r in a title tournament. >

<

Hagen-

His highest run waa S4. laeher had a hhrh of 114.

i;AMBRioyi::iHii{h:

VM

WON BY

LORD OOVSNTRT'S BORSX WIKB BY JUST A XKCK Wliom

on

]i:plnur«J, IIu|>4--.>

Were

I

I'la.

'rcnci»ni«'n'a I'l

i

Taln-u

i>»-fpnt

ri(iu-l>

.s<



NEWWARKET.

Verdict, Oct. 31. at lOS-7 against, owned by Lord Coventry, v(on ths Cambrldgeehlre Stakes of £1.000 with extras, run here today. I'ierre Werthelmer's Bplnard, C. ui 3-1 against, V7aa aecond. and Hardy's Puina.s. at 7-1 aKain.st, was ran. horses Twenty- three third. of Kinale, -'Ut Verdict, by Sho'gun

A

won by a neck.

length separated

the second and third ^orae.'^. 1*h.. victory of Verdict over Bpinard spoiled a tiettln-( coui> for which the owner of the latter h;id carefully laid VVerthelnicr stood to win IiIh plan.i. £210.000 If Epinard had won today without having risked a cent of hui own money. He won £10,000 on Rose Stakes, Prince In the Ceearswltoh October 17. and these winnings were wagered at t tO by preari angement 1 on Kplnard for today's race.

Waa oavUir Raokad PARIS, Oct. 31. "Kplnard la beaton" was the shout of consternation



that arose from the imtnen.'... crowds congregate
was apparentI>emp.sey 'V even greater than when Carpentler. Ceorges out knocked deeper touched was file and The rank The popular

distress

la the pockets, aa the race (ollowera

Prance had played Eplnard to win

In

the race returns

If

married." declared Mrs. Colin Campbell In her prealdeatlal addreas read at the semi-annual meeting of the ManltolM Provincial Chapter of the Daughters of the Bmplre he^e yester«^ay.

"Canada today lacks leaders, men and women, because the mothem of my generation have failed to do their duty In the fat years of Canada. It

was

large weddings, elaborate trousseaus aad establishments with two or three servants (more than their mothers ever boasted), required to look after the costly wedding gifts, which run In value from $1,000 to $10,000. The result today is ruin In many of our (omea," aha declared. The report waa read by Mrs. Wilson Smith, of Winnipeg, owing to the abeoMa af Mrs. OUaipMl fhrough Ill-

ness. Uesolutlon.i

were adnpted

f.t\(«rlnK

the retention of British harveaters In Canada, and re'iuesting all chaptera to appoint welcoming committees who would extend a welcome to aewoomera Dominion and reader tiMm all

to the

smtstanre

po.«slhte

CONSKRV AUVES

W AlU) Annual

<.ni

i<.



>

'.i;

Coming \car



()}

THRfcfc «

1

i.



oat.

Frank

fUrmar. Tacoma bstttpwolght. took a taa-ra«ad daclalsa ever Nig Teager. pertlaad k sawr kare toal«ht. Parmer tor hla younger w« and took eight of the ten .

'

the

(ace

throughout the

IW. waa

la

»ti

flgh

• .

f

:

.

I

Ml Ollwr

In



lous

t.OI.F

DRAW [-OKJOUK^OMES •

W.

C.

Todd and

A.

I>

Crea.se,

«

bye. C. B.

Wilson and L>. C. Boyd, a bye. R. Balrd and H. Q. Garret t. a bye. J. V. Scrivener aad Art Beasley. a

bye.

w. PembertOB and bye. n. J. Davis and Col. Bennett antf N.

M. Medley, a

J.

k wiNon vs. Thornton Kell.

OTTAWA.

SI.—Under the Oet. "International ituRhy I'roa

c.iiiiion,

SEATTLE. nual

The Ottawa CUlxen conilnuea

pacta,"

the Rngliah style of rugky for adoption in caaada. "There doea not aeam to be any Canada'a immediate likelihood of hold on the world'a hockey championship being seriously challenged. Canadian hockey players w.oiUI be the first tt) welcome challen^ci ^ from any other country." aaya tht;. edl'.irlal. which continues: "In the other nations under the British flag, however, young playeiV have no such opportunity far lairnlng the wonderful Winter oa the ice aa they •nave Canad%. It Is probable that Canada would still hold the championship for lacrosse, too, but for the

Haynes and J. It Wagliorn Pateraon and Major Barton. Major Roberts aad H. P. Johnson va. J. D. Virtue and Cel. J. O. Wtlaon. K Nation and W. L.. Mcintosh va.

Hew

.Musgrave and A. D. King.

A. .r

W

Mara and H W It. Moore Parry and T <) Mackay I.

•ludge I.,uiiipnian and \ H. Hart and A. Core .1. .

VS.

Kord vs

Hon,

Dr. Barrett aad J. P. Babcook vs capt. Wsatmarlaad aad Mr. Halater-

man. E. D.

Todd and

element

roughness

of

from

tracted

pleasure

the

so

that

Col. Llghtbody, a

H. Maclnnes and H. A. Rosa, a

bye. Lout*) bye.

H

',

I

'J

in

the r-ompetltlOa>

B£UIM£D

chair. The baslaass of electing tii,t offlcera for the Var'l for the efTkulncr year waa Immediately proceeded wlih. the following being the result of ths hulloi Chairman. Mr. H A .Morle,, vlce-chalrr^ian, Mr K T Honors in; secretary. .Mrs .1. Witty The ward'a four representatives on the central executive are Measrs. K. Rogerson. K.

Andrews.

B

Hylvester.

Fred

Oamham

and

C.

Mr. J, Q. Dunford Is chairman of the social eommlttee< Canon Hlaehlifea addraaaad the moating and told of the Speech from the Throne and these mads in reply.

Ha

drew attention to Mr. Bowser's speech to be made at S:tS on Thursday nfternoon. Major I.yoni*. president of the Vicalso

toria Mlierril Conaervative Association congratulated the members on their cbcics of officers aad hoped the preaant latarest would ba malatalaW

The

me^at

paid a alleat tribute of Mra. Margaret

the memary Jenklne. a member to

di^

Ward Three

aaaeelatloa. who had passed away sine* the last annual meeting. A hearty vote of thanks was noeorded to the retiring offlcera, and

Colnmhte Khowrd Her

Twt Ught

HAUPAX.

but until the

S,

nUs from liOne

The Brillah coart will never tiMt OiOtr ««rip 4b *

reoeivs

HudderafUld

a Heal

tl.—The second

Oct.

I.

nZ-IIAT BUUS BijpB The teams

Oct. 81

of

Kookler and Stockholm, of Chicago; and Coburn. of Italy Broceo. of Kearney, N. J.; and Lawrence, of San Francisco, and Kopaky. of Bohemia, were tied at I.SIS miles, six Upe, at morning, the fifty6 o'clock this seventh hour of tha alz-day Wka race here.

THRirll

Canadian universities

become

Inspired

m

with

game

Commonwealth, nobody outnf this country knoWs that Canla a football players' oountry—

Brltl.sh .lide

ada ^s a young man's country should be. The Rugby Union game woiiM attract a great following in anada. Perhaps hh the pnldir ItitereMi urowh

onii

Denby.

On

Rugby Cnion the

Oet.

li.ive

Ijeen

team

in

performance of duty," >-;ight other offlcera. Including the commanders of as many In the figured which destroyers catastrophe, will face charges of negligence In the performance of duty. The report was declared by veteran naval ofitoers here to be almost ua(iponslhle for 'he dl^nster

'*

'

f<^

i-

forfeited of this city to E!dmon-

L'n;

EMINENT AUTHOR AND

SKW YORK,

Oct

3

1

Teachm

l'"rankl-. Hrltt.

of the Mdacatlonlas of Torfc >o Qtvo Addiiim

.K«xnred

Mew

Victoria this

week

On Friday evening the

he will lecture Congregational Church on

"The Sodal Aim of Modern Bducatioa." Por a aumbsr off years Dr. Devlne was editor of The Survey, director of the New Tork School of

Makir g his

and secretary

of the

Philsnthropy, New York Charity Organisation HoHe waa also a member of the clety. U. 8. Coal Commission which rscently Issued its report. Hia hooka, a number of which are to be fouad oa the sbolTcs of the loeal Pbbllc Include such Library, works as "Misery and lU Causes." "The Principles of Relief," "Disabled Roldlers

and Hallors." "Social "The Normal Life."

Tajonm, won

The Victoria toria, took la Bsattla,

imac

Work,"

and

under whoee eomlac to Vic-

teachers,

ausploee Dr. Devlne

Is

advaatags of bla prsssnce wkltlMr ha ted beea in-

of the aeries for the International l>'lahermen'a trophy was called off today for lack of wind with 16 mllea atiil to go to the finish line, but

Orher results were- Roy Small. Tacema. liehi'vuicht. Knocked out Alt of Hentll*. In the third roui.d l ong Bud Oliver, of Bremerton, fc U!?ht a

vtted to ghra

the United SUtea challenger. Columbia, cheered her supporters by demonstrating her aMIIty In light airs. In the (Irst rare Monday light breesea prevailed, auppoaedly Columbia weathef. yet the big defender. Bluenoae. of Lajmenburg, famed for her rough we^ftther performancss, showed the Oloueester schooner ber

lot r-round dn.w '.vth B.nbe Connors, a lightweight of Tacoma. Kid Foose. of Seattle, fought a lonr-round draw bout wUh.Binir Qatisar, Baattle featherweight.

to Victor

a ssrlis of lectures st ths annual three-day convention of the teachers of the Htate of Washington,

and

peroiiaded

him

to

comc

The Ruhr Valley in Germany has aa approataaato araa of l.tSS a«uare

Have

ill

Plenty oi interest

knota,

<

better

OHlli:).-

'

ii

.l

-^.r"

Pramoter

T.

A.

Creeerell.

erho

handling ths big tMXIng tournament to be held at the Caledcnla Hall

on

11 for the National Bport!ng Club off TIaiarla. laat ai0M announced the aaaspiata prograaMne. In additio.i to the mala event, in lohrvn V Moron of l/adyamUl.. 1

1,

SBATTLB.

1>1>1X>

I.AII SI



Oct. St Mule palo is an inaovaUaa areatad l4r asldlsw at Pert Lawton here. Mounted oa army males, the soldlera. composed of two leama. engage In feur-nien hitter battles, using brooms fot mallets aad

>.

nrr' 'irten;iy. will meet fi the middleweight championallip of British Columbte. there will be three o-^her good events oa the

vallsgr

I

first

preliminary will start

at

S:ta shsrp, when F Tiibsr and f; Wf.-ia, both Vlctrola boya. will fight four rounds at lit pounda. Th«« will duat<

weight

is

November

their

thev

are: AlMaa Kovero, St. clubs Bernards, Dttmhartoa, Valo aff Lieven, Alloa. Two years ago Alloa won the championship In n canter, hut after a season in the First DIvMon and a return to the lower section, the club has fallen off In a marked degree.

|

ctamtloashlp bout betwoea vie Hetaaaa. of Duaaaa, who tine the

beam at II H pauads, aad Charlie Slock, of Nanaiiaa, Wka Is Jaat tetf a ponn) h'ovler expected to Wf i r^.illjr fine (oiiieni is the next on the thie being billed for tha tight champioaahlp of Vancouver laland. with Aadacuea. of LAdyamith. ggd O. Gardlaer. off Vmoria, aa tte prtaaipale. Oardtaer is a irraier lightweight champion of the Canadian aavy. The last and main event will be the go between Morgan an. ''liffe Thla will he refereed by P l> ."teele. of Hi.' .>f.i>«^ty's Canadian navy, and FriaV Slavin will be the referee for tte st^uf .

company.

higher

the

In

Trihey

showed loads of

ability in the am,iteur game, and with sucli a good i"cord to hl.H iredlt. the fans are cidim Kh pectlng to in the sixman g.ime in the Coast. And If Clem haa hla way. the rallblrds will dlaappolated la. thla regard. Trihey ia a fast skater, a good stickhandler and has had a fair amount of 'experience in the sport. He in 4 years of age. and packs

aaC^

'

around

a wicked rlght-^and ahot. i>o tips the scales at ISS lbs. The Eastern hockey followers were greatly pleased with Clem's showing the paat few aaaseas. and predict that he winbe a big success in the Pacific Coast

Hpdugr League

Winter.

thi.s

ukM

Victoria Plae Lester Patrick, laoal hockey mogul, and manager of the Victoria Hockey Club, met Clem Trihey on his arrival

and showed him some

yeaterflay. the city

.«r

Trihey told The t'olonut night thst he hid always h<-aid such a lot of nice things about this place l^at he was very anxious to coma Imts aad enjoy Vlotorla'a advantages. Ra declared ttet his first Impreeslons of the alty were ex* tremely favorable. Clem gave tho local Ice- pa lace t'le once-over, and he is very pleased w|tb Ihe arena, and believes that ha WlU be able to display hl»-jUUU9^^m-tk pond artist la good faaMisa wbaii Ite Cougars get into action after their annual Rummer raeeSv Trihey states that he will do his best with Ihe Victoria club, and hopes to earn a regjIsr post on th. lemn. Trihey will make his debut on Ihe local posid nest Monday, when he will Join the ether mambom of the Cougars in the opealpg preetiee of the season. UadOUbtMly a large number of local Ice enthusiasts will be on Clis sidelines wati hlng Clem and hla COl« last

leagues work out. Jocko Aadoraon, Harry Meeking and Albert Dolldal are already in the- city, aVSttlnc the opening gong, thaae beya teving re. here aided during the Summer montha. All the puck-chasera .ire expected to be here by the first of the week, with the possible excption of Prank Frederlckaon and Clem Ix>ughlln, who are expected to arrive by aaai

Wedneeday.

and

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for Playeea referee heldk to the view that no player should be reglstsred as a profeaalonal, or, for that matter, as an amateur, until he has passed an aiamlaatlon on the laws

of the game. Players, especially prafaaslaaals. he says, are often grossly IgnoraUt of the rules, with the result that thev hondispuu permletaklngiy eetly but fOOttp good decision.

A prominent so<-cer oAclal la .Magland haa publicly voiced the foMowtng opinion: "If wlag forwards would aim at the penalty spot aad easfy their centre when aome twenty ytw^s from the goal line, instead Of deUytag their kick until In eloae proximity to the corner flag, they would not get so >tors for much applause from gpoetacular runs, but they would be of greater ssrvice to ti '

SBATTLB.

element

The business would

h.ive

in

killed

British

the

gSme

laav ago but for Jha omatpreeeace pf tlM gads of ah a a ds. No saatiar how rtefe Of how poor a dnb may be. a laahr tudl will upaat the aUnutest

The Veteran meeting last night wlUi in the chair.

11,000. SIS

agents said

The

|,i

re,,re«p,,, riJiL:



,

,

,

,

,

.

;

|arg.

,,(

narcotic

«i

Ihe Japan/ae empire.

III

A Federal agent was aeat to the where a pound of a waa purahasad far IMS la the saMa the ahlaff gtavard. Oklosuno. The veesel,

arrests followed. Federal agents claim that IKSS waa paid to these two Japaneas, and thai they have In their poeseaslon one pound of a drug which would retail far about fr.Ml la tMa city.

The Ayaha Maru loft Ahardeea Vancouv er. B.C., today.

far

VEPAm

OCTOBER

WARM AND HOGH^ for

statistics last

the

month

r

Nspier

Mr

by

night

DSniaiin, siiperlntendent i.f the (;on Sales Meteorolor HervH r.rv bear out Ihe general .i pi Ion that the past thirty one days have i,«#f, p^#. t

t

'

i

nomenally

perature for degrees, which the average.

waa

taps

The mean teiUthe' month waa tt

fine.

is three degreee atoovs The highest tempsrarecorded dn October l. 41, reached October

74,

and the lowest

The total rainfait was 1 71 Inchen .

below

the svernR.

Tha

for

'

-i

f,„

the

moalh

i.ST

fg

October.

The

sun, niwMv* a warm friend Of Victoria, was kiruier even than beaming down opon the efty ier total or 1S3 bright hOTMi^ ft

was

It

the avirai, Oa aaly two days totally aioudy. Condui ,r . (n,

the month were aummarlxod r)enl«on

W

G. tHone rs ya rtod

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I.

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•,

Mr .1

,..,,

_

Come

I

np

that Ml

Aayoa. aad

MdOOt

to

e. The nlac-. In t%s itary stated that 1. Mao. Merfleld GJarlieOf^ would nnf be able n K if'irday. >.'' thr/-,

take hie

The

pi'' '1

received

order in Uat

Metropolis ffotal Bidg V-

Haiuid»>s^

Shirt, Collar and Shop, Ltd.

He

and Reg. iin

Wing

to

worth of narcotics latO the United States every fsw mSMllM^ it nounced by Federal oflaers. Plana oallod for ^S peuada of the drugs every time the ship docked. aaraaUa



jurtea

Sl.—MOl OftlOtUBO.

Oct.

I

aWve

POOTBAI*

i

!o

la tea.

^>

II.

aflalr of state

ta

.,,,

iiiu.«i

I

l'>p<1crsi

bargaining

Maaed

miaater Gasette). The gams la trsat ad with such aerinoeradays that the traaafer of s player from one club to aaother. or the mistake of a goalhoaper, la regarded with the iniP4»rtAne« of an

loo.

Chief steward of tlm Japanaas freight steamship Ayaha Mam, and Jinsaburo Ofuka. pua«Sr of the same vessel, were balng held tonight in Aberdeen. Washington l.y S. cuatoma inap«ctors from Heattie on a charge

'

KiM.tball owes much for Its attraction to the simple fact that no OSa oaa see very far ahead (sani Tlw Wsat-

tinii

..i

;e

of

A well-known Bngllah

omcmui or ^apammm

TMro

It 11

1 t

1

It 11

lissageiiy

4

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1

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4

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1

7 7

11 .

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1

>-

1

Dantannllaa

DKilli 2iM(}li(il.iN(I

to data fotlewa:

The staadlag

fOOttoall

!f<>'.

,H( l>K

when

OMMM

beels.

wars changed, brue ae above $ the challenger ghosted abmg over more than half the course In the lead of the champion aaaNMsaea aa much as n mile ahead. With only an hour of the allotted six left, not much more lhaa half the oovrsa had haan covered aad IS miles of thrash to windward, ^aw going, The commaaMT decided lay ahead. i>nlest off nfid WUR tor tn ckII the

.

I

Buxiiii^ Pruiiraiiiiiic \X

Today eoadtUaaa and with aavw a

raaord. anbeaton were beaten by 1-S at home by Armadale, on October 20. A fsature of thla season's Second Division eompetltlpn la the comparawere tlre failure of teams whMi formerly In the praatfar aeetien. The

surrender

D«n
Dr. Bdward P. Devlae. far many eminent most the years one of In Columbia scholars and lecturers Unlveraity. New York, where he held Economics, will Hoclal the rhalr of

a decision over Ad. M.'cUiv porf.ind. lightweight. In the six-round semiflaal

Have

tiiy

iMmimlBi

Joe Gormaa. Oct. IS. of Portland, lightweight, woa a decision here tonight over Johnny Releler, -f I.os Ancelec. In the nix-round main c\- nt.

Armadale and Bonsaa la hot pursuit. Cowdenbeath was the laat team to

I



SBATTLB,

(tFlfeshlre) and Cowdenbeath King's Park (Stirling) are running a neck-and neck race for the Scottish with Second Divlaion championship,

Ml

start

first

Nottingham a week later. Bekoaaaff tte Past Korfarshlre) heat BonArbroath Accord (Aberdeen) by 3
at

.1

LfcCTURfcR SPfcAl^ afcR£

f

have

goals

cowSaabeaih K lag's Park Armvlsls .... nnn*M .....

i

completed.

I

been twice Division First scored In English Notts Forest beat Lelceater games. Fosse by 12-0 at Nottingham in ISSO. thua equalling the record off West Bromloh AIMoa against Darwan In ittt. Afton Villa has scored ten gosls In a league game against Shsflleld Wedneeday. Tjtat aeaaon Rurnley obtislaad eight against Notts Forest at Turff Moor, hut failed to score in iti. roturu game

Twelve

.

La the Western semi-finals was raised Cioj^ght. aad all ^eparationa for the

Zei



sweeping conits precedeated In demnation of those alleged tO be re-

the,

<'anada

finds It impossible to go ton to play the Eskimos Wednaaday afternoon. Calgary, howover, will remain In the runnlatf for junior rugby honors, aa the guarantee for the .Sa.vka war.ls, of Raakatoon, to play the Canucks hers on Katurday

game have been

the

and negligence

— Calgnry's

Allierl.i

Western

Battall<^n

liOth

80.

« nt

of

efficiency in the

Calgary L6U9 Chame in CmmUmm Rughy r<

recommendatloB

E. H. Watson, the Captain commander, Tyleut. -Comsquadron mander l>onald Hunger, commanding ih'- Delphi, flagship, and leader of the nine destroyers which grounded, and Lieut. L. P. Blodgett. navigator of the Delphi, will be charged before a general eourt-marttal with "culpable in-

tunity.

rej

the

board.

\

of

t

»



Canada. Before many years Canada prnm••a to be in the flrst rank among ,he \-"ioclation football countrie.s. The iiingsters are taking up soccer with enthusiasm. They would go In for the Hugby Union game with Just as much enthuslaam, given the oppor-

to

'

ment and

game, so that visiting teams from the

CAI/3ART,

(ianx'?.

i

C.<>mmnn«

hanr'd with ulpabic liK-fticicucy In Navigation 1

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. Bad Judgfaulty navigation on the part of three offlcers cauae^ the Iocs of 2J lives and of naval material to the v.ilue of m.oon.onn in the destroyer accldenj on Honda Point, Cal., 8epteml>er 8, the board of Inquiry declared in Its anal report to SecreUry

(

such efforts as arc being made In Ottawa. .Montreal and other Canadian cities to promote the game, universities like Toronto, McQllI and Queen's, and the R.M.C. at Kingston, may be Inapired to adopt the British

chan<'0«<

8IRIIYI R Ml N

UUIKI-MARIIAL

.11

H,

in

seml-flnM.N

Heavy Hcorlng

Goal-scoring on a large scale haa a strong point with the Dtmdee forwards, Init they eame out la a new line Saturday atteraoaa In their league game with the Hibernians at Dena Park. There were nine goals In the game, so thai ihe wejiectators got full value for their money. seven uhtalned That Dundee against a defence such as the Hibernians possess is ti uly remarkable. The ,Hlba rarely miirlrice many goals In their league matches, for their defence has generally been of the heat. With Harper (Scottish international custodian) In goal. y In< lilentally. It may be noted In ps'^s.ng that the record acore by a club In the Scottish I^eague stands to the credit of the beltlc, and, oddly enough, their victims were Duades to the extent of eleven goals. In two instancea thla season the Clyde has loHt six goals to AtrdHoonlans and Partlck Thistle. rarely been

-

CHICAOO,

broader vision of playing the as It Is played elsewhere in ihe

the

hockey

.

Second Round (replay)—Bradford

race

the meeting adjouraod.

faged anlmwis keep themsslves fit by stretching the loag muselee of the bady.

,&hillty In Airs

to Ma!:e

«.

Yorkshire Cap

All

i)CH()r«NKi
(replay)—^wlaton

Round

Jl, St. Helen'.i

OBATTUB BOXING Mamovn

RACING

n.

lAncashIrr Cup

In

AGAIN

Uberal-Conaarvative Association held its annual meeting in the Campbell Building last evenlac with Mr. C. B. tylvester in the

Hampshire

I,

Second

,-i

alnce conquering Papyrus In the international race, Zev, crack Rancooaa atabls three-year-old, today woa the $l,SOt Autumn championship sukee at Mmplre City In a gallop. Braaadale. a staMenaate,

ritmic J'aid to

Three

3.

Canada has the men who could win similar reaowa for Canadian football,

L- H. Hardle and F. A. MacCallum. a bye. The eomblaed handlcapa of each couple will be divided by four and the' result expressed in holes will be the handicap allowed. The entrance fee of one dollar for each player mu.'^f be paid to the" secretary before taking

Of Mffa,

Ward

follows: Cardiff «, St. Bartholaaiaw's Mos-

Kent

lulnioK IX'riod, which will be usliThe ICai^terii red iji next Monday player halls from Montre.il, where he has been attending Loyuia. Oallege. with whoss hockey team he waa afnilated for Ave yeara. Clem wing for this squad, played right which alwa>» stood high In the Montreal City League while one year It captured the amateur ho
Davenport Services 3. Camt.orn C Oxfcrd University 23. L*loecter 11. Coanty Cliamplonshlps

I

and colleges

^

outcome.

pltal

AllTour sUted that the New ZeaUnd-

AILtr lieaiuig i'apytus

pan

.-im

l)ree/cd into the city after a train joiuiu'x aiioss the continent, ant.1 looked in tip-top shape for the season. Although aomewhat fstiftutdT .tftei the trif). Clem said he huped he would live up to all the rontpliiiieiitary rcpurl;^ about him, and iniiniated that he would be hghtiug for a reguUr iMftk on the CouKdrs' roster. , Thla Quebec prias la the first of the I city for the (Tougara to reach the

rules call for 1> holea of medal golf, with the club handicap allowed and the net results determining the

a.-!

ara Intend to tour Great Britain again next year. In thb tour they made In 1»0_6 they were beaten only once, when Wslea furnished Hn iniernatlonteami^hul Won ih' ir ^came .tualnat tile .New Zealaiiders. The Hprlngboka of Houth Africa similarly made victorious tour*of the British Islds. ..

next

fiuii

L.ONOON, Oet. 31.— Football games thQ of played under the ausploee Hugby Unloa this attoraooa resulted

American style of rugby, Canada m to participate on an equal footing with Australia, New Zealand or South Africa la th^ great internatloaal taura that are mdlie by the rtigby football teams within the league of British aptlon.x It is

first anciiamplonahlp here at the

tield

OLD COUNrKY FOOTBALL

unable



—The

'If

oae leftof Prises will consist handed iron 'club, nwo leftfooted golf haadaaws." "lefthanded SOX." two and six "lefthanded golf baHe."

ganae that it finally deprived. l.T'a country of the lead In the truly Canadian outdoor game. Rugby football, aa played In Great BriUin, la the game that la alao played In evei y other Brlli.sh coun rv excepting Can.ida. Because Catia ilan schools have been led to follow the

Shandley, a

11.

i'KlHKV. the puckchiis.er who has left the amateur ranks Montreal for the pro company, arrived in town yesterday Trihey and is ready for a bi^' time on the (."nast this W inter

Ci.iiM

The

visit

York and

it

participate.

deih"

uf

31.

1-

will

Inglewood Country

bye. VV.

I

V

day, according to announcement to day. Fl^taea aouthpaw sotfer^ wi.i

ame

m

Oct

ii-ft-hui

of this city

to boost

.i

Stan

vs.

*

Thii Winter

inu

B9te Oum TmarmamiU

steel In

Following Is the draw for the Cal cuttu foursomes of the Victoria fJoli Club:

,

l»oailB-

lirlii-li

iiiversitln I rut-U in MaMer

t

other natfons in the Commonwealth, AH well as fri.i the .Vothep Country, woujd find foemen worthy of their

i.l'B

(

I

,!

La-ad

M££T

H'n^rr.i fur

^

imw

VM

ami

Sc.iltlrll

,

.

thruughovt the year.

\u%rRn WIKB DB0I81ON

I'ORTJ-A.ND.

to

YORK,

tette

later-

between

,\.^'.

1

1

—The

81

ficaguea s> land f I'l resulteil in a \lclt by a score of one to nothing. the

,

U

i

never satU-

*

atlon.

ifi

NBW

Montreal I\n k( liaMT KtMclici C il) and I' Kradv L
in i'l.i)c
i

fuctorlly.

"

dangerous and gave

bit

rolling

balls

Oct.

leiigue gain<- pl.iNi

mcfwo mm vsmd

cnfttm

'i

game,

hls

off

the

pretty much as were already In

atta(;k.s woMiN':;

I

Individuals or in combination, but the Teamsters on the whole showed lh»; I.etiei form and denerved to win by a They had rather the amal margin. better of matters in the eal-ly stages of the game though towards the end of the first half the Oays' forwards

fsr

get

.

After about iwenty-rtve minutes' play In the second half Coulter scored goal number Ave for the Garrison, and his 15 and March 1 must register in British Columbia in the uauul manner. fifth goal of the match, for up to this time all the scoring was done by thU 1 Any player registered In BrItUh CoThe la«t counter came from litmbla after Augtwt 11 who waa not player. registered previous to that date and the boot of Miisnleton. playing Inside moving to an Eastern province t>eleft In til.' latter stapes of the game, When with a well placed shot he beat fore the end of the current season In that province Shall Ml rS|l|tarUd III the sehoolbciya' net custodian. usual manner." Tuckerwell refereed and the Uncups Thla meana In effect that regiatrawere as follows: tlona for ItSt and 1SS4, competitions .MllCull, hool Cranloigh House commence in British Columbia on Hayes, Uaggen. Donaldson; tcn, and British Columbia August 15. Walnmaa; Caskle. Martin. Costerton, player.** not registered for season Weinman and Hu«b;ind. 19'J:;- 1923 and wishing to i>lay In any Bins; Clrlmes and Armnarrlson otber province for the balance of Hawkew, K'VP: Mitchell. stri.iiK. must be ragtatersd on 1V22-1S28 Cummlngs, Stevens, Coulter, Huaale- IttX-lMt forms. ton and Peeack.

the

could

Am imfmrUmt imue

.

,

Hoppe,

at

[JctratHiv?,

III

Soccer

ii

Siu )rf handed

\rr

ranistcrs

I

Six to Nil on

l)y

:

.

1

Soldiffv Defeat Cranleiij^fi

xarouni

ir inml' ou r iia men player in the 4 and in higheKt run of the week flnlsblog in sixteen Innings, set up the beet average, 11 4-lS. t

8C0TUIO WINS IX>NDON,

Come

to

Idsli)

I

defeating

In v"UtiK

t

m

IS

Is First

Of Cougars for

GAM£FflRCANAflA

U

BOO

holder, Ho|(pe,

mm

\\,w,.r rumi^ti.,!

1

vtlM

Cochraa«

Football

Oct.

-

Qem Trihey

THE SPORTING WORLD Garrison Start With Win Over School in

1 1

1923

•(5 "VV?i

HOPPE BADLY BEATEN BY WELKER COCHRAN

11

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.

;

f

l.r

.

716 Yates St k ru,

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n



I

S

.

Tint DAILY

KIST. VICTORIA.

XiV€

oriCcnn

Wo Have It

for CoaU

liailll lor

n

V)2.^

1.

Value You Are Loofcliw

It's

Iff

THURSDAY. XOVi: ^! f'.KR

B.C..

$34.50 apd

at $19.50, $22.50, $29.50,

HADB

$39.50 W

Vuu iTum

.^4vc

ill

DRBM

TBN-DAY

tAI

i: 1

'l

r

~ Many

on

.ing ^
BarKsint

in

FAMOUS ^^^^^

i

UMITBD

Rainroatn, Attn

Coats, Fur 721 Yatea St.

tl->i

I

mJC» |>l«>r«T

^11

III

ni-
I

> '

Ik

I

HOCHK8TKU.

B0 Murm

\r-<

I

Oct.

Tillar^ pajwin

wh<;n II'



I 'hi

noticed

three girls

luriifl'

They had

i

aategraph feaatlsg.

groos.

was then T was told they belonged to a white race llv.n-.; ui> ih» tuld Chucanaque UIvi;r. The nr'.r >•

mp

whiten

thp.^e

alt

or yellow hatr und

Mm

fldeat

thin

COMBE^SSY

girl

lips,

line nose.

were of o hlsh oval fa e, well-shapad chla *nd aquiThey spoke no Bpanlsh.**

BHi

i

1

1

(Cii

.11

r

The aoooad aoto ooatalns a

!

t

reparations commission.

Raises Mo ObJootlpBa can be s.rn Ihal thr npltlwh neither rais. h objoctlons nor

Thus note aKk.li

It

Its

Government

I'rorich

til.'

npeclfy

intenliona, as

to

has been re-

ported from London.

Premier Polnoars did not have time today to draft replies, but as apparently not the sllghteat dlffcrencp exists between the governments on the two nuPHllonI treated therein. thrr.> no doubt as to the nature of the

GROOM

l.M

With

reaped

the

to

view

N— FlM

far Nalrl

Not Stloky, Qroagy or tmally Oct a Jar of "Halr-Oroom" from any dr^OTlat for a few oanta aad maka oven stubborn, anmiy or shamypoood hair stay oombad all day In aay '•Halr-aroom'* la a stylo you like. dignified combing rre&m which glvee lhi*t natural kIosm and wot! Rrootned that final touch ••ffe


OraaseleM. nIalnlPsB. "Halr-Ciroom" does not shew on the hair becauae It tharefore Is abaerbad by tka aealp. your hair ramalna ao aeft and pliable and so natural that ao oao eaa pos-. (Advt.) sihly toll yea oaad It,

New

Suits

that no rasposalMllty eaa ba placed on K or en the Belgian Oovamment. as both have adhered to the prinelpla of letting the population concerned aet according to their own will.

Welrn msB ValMi StMca The French Oovemment Is highly pleaaed

the partSHpaUen of a United States' delegate on the expertscommission. But a seml-offiriH statement Issued tonlKht .s.iys It probat

1

ably

will

demand

certain modifications, notably that the proposed Inveatigatlon will have to do with Germany's capacity for payasent. not

a general way. but on her eapaclty the present moment, and France

in

at fully refcerves the rights the reparations commiselon holds under the Treaty of Versall li-.-^

The Helflan (Jovernment is exppitxi to Hupport the demand for the modlfloatloaa, and perhaps also the Itallaa Oeveraaioat will do like wl

for School

FOR

Caps and Underwear

Arthur Holmes

be reoiiencd within a fortntTlcials Involved be persona grata with the Brit-

The conaular

lah

Oovernment,

Tor

new

but. having departed posts, will not ratora \fi New-

Wlth the settlement

St.

(Ngar Yates)

As

the

is.-
Harvey leaves London with lems

heae tome.

Brilliautshiue

likely to

ni>

over for his .succes.<5nr, who, Amba.«isudor said today. Is have troubles enough of his

own. Mr. Harvey and his wife had luncheon at 'Buckingham Palaoe yesterday, after which the King presented them with a farewell grift. Pveaentad Naae of nrnsaoM During luncheon the Ambaesador hair the opporinnlty to preaent the name of Senator Frank B. Kellogg, who has been appointed to succeed In more informal manner than Is usual, and wa-s assured by their Majesties that the former senator would have a most cordial rsceptlon at the Cdurt of 8t. James. It Is reportsd that Mr. Kellogg is

London on November

sailing for

11,

but Ambassador Harvey hopes to be able to confer with hinj in America before he start.", and yesterday cabled him asking the date of his departure.

METAL Form

\

1

will not be mentioned In the treaty. and the Foreign <)(T1<-r cannot b« charged with surrendrrlnn Its traMtlonal principle reirnrdins the llMit-

JOHNSON ST

ICTX)IUA0;^

itlon of tej-rltorlal waters In ll>l« connection the

tach

much Importance

to

at-

America's

objection to Mr. Kellogg, been reported here, Mr.

said he onco described the as 11 self-appreciative body,

Jlfci\'>

Senate

nienf

Mr Hiirvpy .iiMrd that some of the n^wly-elected Western Senators were probably unaware of this tradition, but that they would soon come to appreciate the general senatorial opinion that anybody who had ever sat in their midst was pre-eminently quailfled to fill any position withla the President's appolntal power. The Harveya, with their grand-

daughter, I>orothy Thompson, arc leaving L>ondon on Friday afternoon, sailing on the Aqultanla on Saturday. They plan a two months' visit to Honolulu afler spending a few weeks It hi>m»

UP

f^HiMn^

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>

MOhL Liauuh CHARGrES ronsid>'r what he latlon to the rest

had said

In

Its

re-

the story he re-

"if

vealed.

Suddenly Rlota Beaner, who Is said to have grown suddenly rich, and who is known to have operated in tlu^ liquor business in a big way In the nurth country, Was a mystery to I'remier Oliver. "I wouldn't know this man If he walked in here today," a.tid the Tre. mier, when Mr. Pooley Intimated that when ageata had gone to Prince

Rupert to Inveetlgata .liquor condiBesner was notified by wire of and had met them and

tions,

Mr

I'ooley tried to refresh the TVememory t>> ri alllnR that Oiler

mler s Besner had be^ti th>' leading representative from Itw lu.rth at the Liberal convention io Nelson a year ago. Then he told of his recent attempt .

hand the liquor scandal of Prlnee Rupert. Mr Pooley deocrlbed the Skeena Club, which, he said, was built on yi I'w .ittai h'-il to the (Jovernment wharf in such a position that the to Inveetlgata at first

.1

crews from fishing

were

craft

i.bllgpd

doors on their way to passed around photographs Of the club so that the membere ooaM aee the layoat for thornpass

to

Its

shore.

lie

Olle
Average Man

Wretchedness

own

and is It waa

iied Iirm.

by

click o< oaali reglstera," aaid Mr. Pooley. "Aad a few yards away the hie hlch-powered ekr of Oiler Beaaer

The

i'atmore

There

Cooi h. Hesner's right hanti man, and one each by the ottier four. Immedithe

after

ate!;

was

place

closed,

left for New Brunswick." Mr. Manson denied that the movements of Mr. Pooley had Influenced hia department In admlnlatertng the act. He hoped that Mr. Pooley would keep the department Informed regarding condltloaa ascertained by him. "That is not my liusinese," replied Mr. Pooley. "What are the Liquor Board's sisutbs for? This is the b uBln ees of the Liquor Beard and not

Gooch

Yoii

Kurti'""",

Ni-'i|.

H«*c

t

fii'

i, >,

,

Fiifiiil-

Mental Stimuhif, Moiii Hnn ioroeOMmt, .and Opportunity tor Per-

are nothing less than stool pigeons. Many of them are as much entitled to joil sentences as the men they try to convict. I'm afraid If condltion.s go on as they have been, we will have bone dry prohibition, and I speak as an antl-prohibiUonlst whoa 1 say that" Soorra Mr. Cloariliue llr. Pooley took exception to the statements made by Mr. J. B. Cleari-

member

for

Prka

to satisfy political greed. "I take paftlcnlar sxcsptlon to such atatementfl," said Mr I'ooley would suggest that such language ri.ay sound well, but it doe.sn t get the 1

prosperity in thla oottatry

aad

the OovenHneat and supporters something more substantial than self praise We want a fuli dinner pail tax- m .md more its

-^.v

action." •Mr triM

I'ooley

mto

recalled the Tremier's the Interior and he won-

dered Whether the Premi^ would agree with Victoria's jualor member

were roay. ••I toured through the Interior myself not long ago and I found condl that' ooailtloBa

tlons anything

but bright." said the

Ksquimalt member. "No one c.tn fall to realise the wonderful posslbilltisa of that country, but today It Is stagnant, because the farmers are discouraged. They have given up hope of getting that help from the Oovernment to which they are reasonably entitled. I wonder If the Premier went to Francois LAke during his tour. He would have found Ollt there that during the past eight yean e»e thousand famines have left that Talley country, not because the soil will not produce line crops; not because thti settlers were p,>.ir f.irniers; but because these people were denied that co-operation and guidance which they were enUtled to expect frees their

Oovernment. Neglecta the I-'krmera

f decent adwould soon be tsmsdled. 9ut what have we got We have a neglectful Government that has allowed a complete disorgnnlintion of markets to take place; w h I. has stood Idle while the

Ottawa Government, marked with the same brand of party polities, has taken down the ttars which previously prevented foreign farm stuffs from swampinff our markets and underthe

produce

of

our

own

Mr. Pooley also drew attention to Mr. Clearlhue's refcrenoea to the prosperity of the lumber inaustry and the employment situation. "He ahnuld be ashamed to mention unemployment when he knowa that thousands of people have left the Province during the last year or eo because of the condltloa Of affairs In this ProvlaoO." saM Mr. Poolsy. "There are aome featares of the lumber Induetry. too. that should not be given too mueb nstterv It Is time for the people inre to aemnnd I, ,,f their forests are thi' the pri.i mar. iif;«i lire. within the Provlm

ISlCUaO OOU
and not shipped away wholesale in the raw stats to bring prott* to for-i elgn operators.**

ThtYelLCA.

Can 6« Oikkly Overcame h] CAKTtK'S UTTIX

^

"

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CARTEirS

Has up-t»-date tecMlftg tm sapplyiag thr«c

Ask

want* lor

Sign Up—Start In

duty. iPttl

They do

thrir

eolation.



If the electors decree a change in the Act. the Legislature will be called together at the earliest POOSIMO moment, it is believed.

m

BRIDi:

OROOM

m mt mm

Retamcd

I'Tom l<>>ii< ymoon,, Mr. and Mfg. Strf>ng at Blue lUvcr Mat by Diatresal ay ight '

Referring to the address of Mrs Mary Kllen Hmlth, Mr. I'ooley said tha: he had never heard a apeecn of interest to the people of the less Province. Hs said that the speech did not contain a atagle oeoalraottve thought, although the ttlp made by Mrs. Smith to the Old Country at the expanse of the people of the Province had undoubtedly been a pleasant one for her. He ridiculed the idea of working for Immigrants before conditions in the Province wfre set in

In

'

KAMLOOFS, Oct. SI.— Returning from their honeymoon from the Bast, Mr. and Mrs Strong found their Hlue Kivor, near here, with furniture and stock of wedding presents burned to the ground. A Are lighted for the "hmMO-warmlng" is believed to have atartoi the eonflahofiie at

Its

gratlon.

and danxh''

ph Sft

MeeU

are flocking out of the because they have foiyid

Province

II

WINNIPBO.

rs

I

something has been done to set house In order before )burneying in foreign lands, telling what a The flne place we have over here Oliver Oovernment has made British columMa's appisal to Immlgranta like the attitude of the spider to the fly. The Province lures these people here and eats them up with ojipresalve taxation and then hurls them out. It

mmm

movf

rail lUllBclaixi

l;. (Milili,-

by FVcnch In

IN Is Ai

Not

Uermaay

DUSSBLDORF.

Oat. tl

—^The young

Rhineland Republic has lost ground during ths last fsw days, acrnrdlnt to the aerasan newspapora, while a Preneh elflMlar letter wlileli the Oerman praae publlehee, shows that the separatldls have been reminded that they are not recognized h\ the Krenell as in full control of the Kbineland. Ths Franeh comnsaalgM today make no moat lon of tiM yepubUo but reporta from Oorman sourees dOclare "ths flsparatlats hsve cleared out of

towns of Jutlch. Neuaa, and Meunchen-Gladbach and that the teraround thass towns has bsca freed from RspuMlcaa eontrol.

Jnleiltttitce

Oct.

11— Tranamls-

o'clock this afternoon when a number of Caaadlaa PaeiSe Hallway telegraph polea were tern doiwn by a Canadian -National Railway derrick,

which

.

ritory

t'rr

slon of news over the Canadian Prens ^\lIe lha
conditions hsrs undeelrable?" asked the SaquinMlt mem^or. "Bvea when these people do oome to the Province living on the land, and try to make the Minister of Agriculture threatens to deport therr if they lose heart and appeal to him for help. I say that it would have been better for the lady member ta atay at heave, tor the MInleter and the of Agrleultare Minister of Finance to stay at home

<

the

i eityi

"What Is the use of trying to bring new settlors when our own sona

wan

worVlnr

or)

n

minor

A dispatch to the seml-ollBrisI Wolff Bureau from Ksklrchen. near Bonn, states that the Kren' h superior delegate of the Rhineland Coniinisalon had addressed a 'in nlar letter to all the Burgomasters In his district advising them that the Separatists not yet been ofllclaly R«PV)»llo rocogalaod aiiywhore. Therefore, tke cl router letur adds, the old regtaia stands throiigho'lt the dietrlet

bM

until their

calls

fj\ I'iii

jou r with.

them

dead ones. Hon. J. H. Federal Minister of Public

King,

Works, called thsm that— a most aatonndlng atateaaent for a mlalstor of

Crown

the

r-rrrr.ier

to OMke.** oilvor foao io ooatfadlct

member

the

"Dr KlnA's reference was to the places that the people left and not the peo»la tkaaiaaNam" aaM the

to

Premier.

"Vm la

wurrr. b«t tlwt ooatnUUotloa not acceptable," aaM Mr. gwaler.

"The statement wss ghroa vory wide publicity «! Hie li iie sad tt

BAILS UQUOft PRi)BLiM

If you

ALftfeRTA Pf

i

oUyour

under lease "Then why didn't

1)

priiperiy.

\

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irn

thoni

out?" demanded Mr. Pooley. "We dl4." Replied the AttemeyOeaaral. who remarked that prominent Coaeerva tlves of Prince Rupert bad held the lease "I understsnd that th«> n hol«> pIscA n •

irt
later.

therefore any pronoUBOSd swing apparent in the eariy returns in favor of one of the four propoeals, the deterred returns will not alter the If

Is

freight train wreck near Rennls^ Ont., at a «olat where the C. M. K. traolta oroao the O. P. K. At 7 o'clock thla evening telegraph service had not been rAwomed, and a news .-ervlii- f,,r f i>,i.pers of Western anailii •« ,i i.t ing brought Into WlnnipeR: frum the Bureati In Ht Paul, Minn.

•«

M

i-'^' •

l'"T'

iMHS and

much

Clearihue t|tat the 0#v*mment propoeed to bttlM a' rOad to the West Coast, pave the Metehoeln highway and remove hills on the Booke rosds. "The strange thing about It H that the Covernment did not support me when I brought up these proposals yearr ago," said Mr. Pooley. "I see in all thla the handwriting of the Premier. He pr o p oeea to out my district in t#o and then to build reada for the people of Bequhnalt as a sop to get their votes. But he misses his guess. know thoe*' people better I than he does. He cannot buy them."

M.inson said the Rkeena Cliii n.ii MHing a government wharf hough the location was gOivenMMlit

'

h

particnbr* today

beria and conalderahte of them are not on lines of commanloatlon, and therefore will not be heard from uattl the following dar> or to aame eagoo

Mr. Pooley foreaaw an earh election as a result of the (iovernment's sudden activity In new road onstnictlon and similar works. He was Inin terested the intimations of Mr.

1

1

fr

MiOi

iii£ TUC.(.1J<\

'

t

ran^c from $35 to $75 .

.-\

"I( this Province had mlnlatratloa, conditions

selling farms."'

them toa

Victoria, in '

1.

will like

liiuiy oi thcin aic Ciuinbie axid Bailymena fabrics. Rich, stylish shades with plaid or coptf astiat bacfcss> All Society Brand 0««c^ ccMLts ate aatio tiiinmad*

addreas In reply to the Speech from the Throne. Mr. Cloarlhue. he reralled, has extolled the Government fi>r Improvement In conditions throughout the I'rovince, while at the same time accusing the Opposition with spreading "whtopora of death" and the gospel of pessimism

solid

\

We

^

who

hut. Junior moving the

new nverco^itc; — we have

sec the

rill St

,

suddenly rolled away."

Constipation

I

never cfiercd anything hncM Snun «?^vle tail led into the iinest Bin sh all-wool coatinga are proud of them and you

Mr • hip.

Style

held by .\lexander

tihart'M beitiK

we want from

hiiH

of

'1

The

inri.i

his

the Senate never failed of confirmation by the Senate for any appoint-

Hcnutiirl.il

possibility

selvea.

Uritlah

is

tiy

iiu orp(irHif
1>

and that It must be remembered that It was an Inviolable tradition that the name of anybody who ever sat In

ConimentlnR upon the

entertained them.

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POLISH Paste and Liquid

Broad TVrtn

1

Province anywhere. The Junior member for V ictoria fays that conditions throughout the Province are rosy and that the Government le reopo nal blo. I wieh that ooadttlons were aa bright as he haa pateted them. There Is no use in adopting the ostrich policy of hiding our heads In the sand and refusing to look facts in the face. We have a long way to go before we have

their coming,

At (ho refjue.sf of the Britlah the rights uf Anioriian authorities to n British vessels soapeeted of running will not be eoaflned binctly to twelve miles from shore or any other arbitrary limit, but will probably embrace the dlstaaoe covered on the broad term: hour's Nailing distance from )i. American shore." which Is reckoned r. iiKhiy at from ten to fltteen mllee. Thus a "twelre-mlle limit"

lilt

country

(Continued from Page 1)

British and American ofllclala here believe the ITnlted Btatea' Benate will readily ratify a treaty embodying

1

ment haa paid ageata going about the

1.

Conference is merely a consultatlvo body, not hav Injr the power to act on the rum running queatlon. I.,ord Curson'n formal presentation of the terms wbloh he discussed With Ambaesador Harvey yesterday meaiia final aad eemplete agreement of the British Ooremment with the American rofaest for per-

i>;

Mr. prob-

left

the

nn

f'nu.

Imperial

•pre«cnlfd T

rum-

of the

running and Newcastle

AT

mission to search British ships within a twelve mile limit

510

(

laat, will

mm SEARCH

Ooatiaued from Page

Pants and Jetacyt

U14 Broad

beMoved that an equitable setIs possible, and that the conlo«. d nn February .a*

which

Is

PUN MmfVEO CMd

It is

tlement

SepaawUst

movement tha Franeh OoTarnmant's

Combed





replies.

Keeps Hflif

UmiMia Uad

Mr. Harvey's farewell conference with Ijord Curzon also dl«t)nseil of the only other un.sett Ifd iiuentlon which has arisen ainoe his arrival that of the Newcastle ooaanlate.

pro-

to tha French Qovemment to send a Joint P.rltlsh. Frem h. Italian and Belgian Invitation to the United .'^tiitoM to be represented on the com niltiee of reporta which will make an economic Investigation into Oermany's capacity for the payment of reparations and tn« maana Oarmaay pos
I

2,681'

Win

1.

1

Uw.

night.

OF GLRMAY

I

Club

Sti. cri.i

I'urpoees, but with the American Government supporting the British It Is expected the principle win re ma in aa oeUbUehed latematlonai

2, »

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HAIR

c

.

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i

Continued from Page

u uU

.

and Fulton, but in 1»22, after Mr. Mansoh waa made Attoraey-Oeaeral. the club changed Its solicitors. Could It be that the reaaon was Mr. Hanson's appointment? Then the club's system waa changed. The number of shareholders was reduced to five,

sulate,

BE'R.Vn

lieu

ihi

th<-

stand.

"The skin of their faces was tanned bat free from that colored pigment so distingulsbabii' in all br»wn and darker racea. The features of the

VI

utu

re< .;gniiiiin

said:

HAIR STAYS

i

.•!

had lliht bro\»n were wild and

warlike In dtsoriblnr ihs girls Mr. Msrsh

to anlMtantlate hie claims. The story of the dlseovary la tol4

of

mile limit In qUfftiuiiM of general Miarlllinu rights as bt luK likely to )>«• invaluable to them. Only recently Soviet Russia agluted for the establishment of a twelve-mile limit for all maritime

startUns sight Incongruous jnd theeo .Wsak aa4 rag-el*4 ne-

among

;

i

formal

>

OUi

ihm in

liKhi

ami

(Irl

.

«« a .siinbjruerl white - a i.ccidudly I'Kht hair

bodies

»l.

XMacovery of a rae* of whit* IndlaiiB, with flucn hair, til* alaoflt impenetrable junclea of eaatern Panin. Is reported by Rlchar4 O. M'l.vh Hrockpurt. <.f en explorer, Ills! r»-Mirnf,i rcirri he iRt^mue. Mr. VI ii.th iiie fiini while men to advancf tnto that unexplored region of Central slaee Amerloa Balboa, toroiikt hUk With photographs

-

U

iniar BaMwta Is te speak at the Ualealat party eesfefiase at Pl yisatk , svlaaS. Tharsaair. advees thig a peeteetlve tartg for Britain sas aa wstsailafc e( ibe baperUi The plstari was takea reeeady when h* was bealsM kg eeltaas gtrls who

1

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llulr

N.Y.,

lahmi

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I

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\ i-lloM

Uiitl

DIMIC:

by The Roehoster iovnwl mmd The Pest mtprOss In a eopyrliraled artlela. Mr. Marsh Is now prsparlng a saeond He wlH be aWed by the Journey. f;.»VT I'nlvi.uiy .if KOOhMter. !\4urro«v of the Cahal Zone aziU I'le iMant Vomm, of VaoMM. Mr. Marsh saM: waa la a naUve

OF WUITt iliUNS lu

.iiid

iii>uri

Phcmc 4061

REPORTS DISCOVERY

HaOC Saul

CANADA

IM

$3.U0 to $1U.UU OH 4 ijanncnl

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was hap lies

ner had fliiieil aMH> to .N»w lirunswlck. The Attorney-General ahouM

an

League which

is

urging

cbdae be given clauae D,

that flrst to eatabilsh

dsklor

Q uvei aaieBt

Coatrol of all liquor and legal sale of beer on licensed premless, aaaert lust as positively that pro-

htbltlea has not



i,

t

failure,

,iir,,.'

that '

bootlegging and

It

.••iforced.

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hhe.-!

reitijd

.-llm-

drink-

They de«y that the bar would be rsatored hr a coatrelled licence ing.

aystens.

l,fW

pells la At-

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I

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THE DAiLY COLONIST, VICTORIA.

12

Today, Friday and Saturday

iilLKSl>A\

B.C..

1.

KHAKI PROOyCTION

J^t- d[Q 'PJd^pUSQP

1|

\U\ KMBLK

.

CAPITOL-Today

WilRMLY RECEiVEU

Anthony iiopc

NIHND

TOM WILLIAM FOX

lyilx

The

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ri\rr

.i

wii;i,irn

oaly Of>« o( llir iti«»nlii, »t*.L* ai> h»» nrn It ch«er ov»r thl« pir4ar«

Wlicels S|)fcM. Tlirills, blunts and More ^ceci.

Thla

tlirrn

all

play

ao

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.

wjUi

fliin*

»••••'

>

ttiii

Westam

i''ox

comedy

of hent

by awapplna Ma horae (not Tony, af courae) tor a brofcaa-down a«to an tha daaart, and. Iladtag tha ataerltiK a«ar hrokan, ha vaaa his triai 1,1 Kni'i'' he peaky thinv. Ha ill. \s Koins. He ridea back K -'r' I

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He

T)io

Steel

u

1

tt

the oprninK 8oenf» n«.(l ihroughout the pictuie .1 roAd race with th*- rar tlnlah cornea after thrilllnc

(111.1

III

,t

s<

In

t

I

:risi

Hut the atunta.

He doaa some reacue work halr-mlalns and be wins the hand of pretty Clalra Andaraon, bta loidlaa woman. TThe flrat epiaode of "The Steel T/all" opona at the Columbia Theatre tndity. William Duncan appeara In the star role, supported by Edith Johnson. Other members of the cast are Harry Carter. John Cossar, Ralph that

Trail" MiKiitiest of All Thriller*."



Is

McCallouKh and Harrjr Wooda.

Matinee, 15c; Children, 5c. Might. 20c and 25c: Children. 10c

DOMINI

i\

T1I1-.A ritt';

COLUMBIA

"Why

in

r PANTAGES

comedx shewlag tMa weak at the Dominion Theatre I,loy<1

tli<»

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T

TIm Trtlla CoNHMHty

FRIDAY

In

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Cyrla HotiHy

{ratal

NACE

LONNitL

8:30 Sharp

I

NANCY FAIN

in

"Sonca"

in

"Blu Trvm

HIta"

NAYMONO BROTHERS

^'' li^ost Fhenomcnal Hit of the Series of Oversets Revtie-

The

pure farce plus and production.

Tt la

i)»'r.«(in.'ility

wax writl*'n by Sam Tuylor. a.«.MlstPi1 by Ted Wilde and Tim Whelan. Kred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor directed. The picture introduces Jobyna Ralston as Lloyd's leadWf>rr\''

woman. A flgnra In the caaa that new to the screen Is John Aaaen, de-

inir ia

clared to be the biageat

WHtRt LVtRYBOOr UOLb TOPAY.

The poBnibilltles for f;irre comedy In a South Amer-

ican rerolutlon have been Harold Uoyd and exploited WorryT" hIa new Pathe-

by

aelsad

"Why

TIMM

Douhl' Tn|i'7.f Artlita

He

world

Is

welphs .ind Thrvf Hho(>».

t feel,

<•©

ri

man

In the

lnrhf«

>;

poiind.s



t.ill

his

witli

arf said to pive John Aasen an avoirdupol.t "on "hr Icil" It roundlnir out the figwrc to 500. c^n easily be imagined this human mountain makes a highly diverting foil for the slander and scile Lloyd throughout the action ot "Why

Worry?"

THE BOSTON JOY BASICS Pear Javaaila Artiata

ALL NEW

<

UnlvarHl Taatura PlelHra the B*naatlni>al Salurdaf Htory.

I'ost

1'hc

IBLP-MADE WIPE

TMt

WIUl AM SUr Out tmXvK* Qny Tarry 'm4 fHw^tit* lUnl

CUmI

M(tiU at T

Matlnaaa at S

MkUa

Of

XI I'*'!

IIIKATKL:

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^KHAkl PRODUCTIONS IIMITEOA•

M

!fte

m;in\

the

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seats /

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Director Heerman, the ceremony was with all the i)roverhlal royal pomp and di.-'play, even to the minutest detail and acciirding to all recognised authorltlca on the aubjert. To make doubly aure of aqpuracy in these Boeaes. tbe affair was carried out in exact accordance with one of Kurope'a fanwus royal marrlagea. and the official reports of thla affair were Bryant Washused an ii text book. burn. Hobart Hoaworth and Claire Windsor were the other principals in "Rupert of Hentsau" scenes. these may iM seen at the Capitol Theatre all thto week, where It Is enjoylnv a moat unusaal run.

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The unprecedented saoeaas everywhere throughout the country of tha famous "Orlglnala" (formerly Old r>iimbe1l«) brand new revue, "Rapid

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Hrayford.

l.ant-ley Leonard Youns. Campbell, Bob Anderson and Oene Pearson, the Utter a aew arrival with the aa«ii»aay thla aeaaoa. s mdy^ lasperaoaatar with a utrreloua aopraao ralce.

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An .-vpprerlati\ e audience Inst night Kwilcd Iho Ciiinpton Corii'-ds Company's presentation of the "School for .Scandal" with enthuaiaatlo applauac. of eomady Immortal Sheridan's eighteenth century manners, selntillatlng with wit and satire, was Staged with that same Onish that distinguishes all Mr. Compton s praduetlona at the popular Playhouse. The atage aattlngs and scenery f.iithfnl to the period ot the play in pvcry respect, were in keeping with the standard that has bom set, and the beautiful costumes aro a matter for especial congratulation. As the debonair and reckless Charles Surface, Mr. Compton has a role far wMah hla talaata eminently

Hhi

him.

suit

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nsan or woman can m ike a mistake by fluahinj? the kidnr's occasionally, says a w<>ll-known autlio'^Ity. Too much rich food createsi acid* which clog the kidney pores so that they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and pulaon* from the blood. Then you get sick. Kheumatlam. headaches, liver trouble,

No

dizziness. ••on'»tlpatlon nervousnesf", aleeplessnfSB ItladdT disorders oft«>n come from "lnCKi«b kidney.". The moment you feei a dull ache in tha hMneya or your back hurts, or If tha uriae is cloudy, offensive, full af sediment, irregular of passage, or attended by a sensation of scalding. beRin to drink aoft water In qunntltifs; also set about four ouncea of Jad Salts from any reliable pharmacy and take a tuhleapoonf ul In *. glass of water before breakfast for a

few daya and yoor kldneya auiy tben act fine.

This famous salts Is made from the aeld of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with llthia, and has been uaed years to bflp flush clrnfjfod kidneys and stimulalp 'hem to activity, also to help neiitrnlise the aclda in the aystem ao they no longer aaase trriutlon. thua often tailavlag Madder diaarders. Jad flaMa la inaspenaHre and cannot fur

lajare: makae a daUghifui "fr-rvf^. aeat llthla-water drink, which rv<>ryan«* can lake now and then li. \\. ip keep the kidneys rie.nn and thf bli.od

pare,

thereby

often

preyrnllnB seri-

complications. ous kldnry By all means have your physician examtae your kldneya at leaat twice a year.

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hand-

poltadied,

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night of the young liberpart waa a convincing demonatration of his abilities. Charles Burface was made to live with a realism that W-1S not lost upon the audience Mr. Herbert Leslie, as tbe elderly Rir Peter Teasle, married to an exceedingly witty, if faithless, young wifr. gave perhaps the best l iterpretatlon of the cveninjc. His psrt offers Inst

lingr

tine's

a wide scope, and undouhm ly Mr. Lealle made the most of b s i.pportunltiea. In the celebrated scene with his wife ia the second act where he effects a traasient raooncillatlon with her. Mr. Leslie gave a parUeularly

He his part. was alily supported In this scene by the I>ady Misi F'egjty Dnndas a of

rendition

facile

Mlas Dundas portrayed her Teazle. role with the vivacity and that light touch and charm that has always endeared her to her large following in city.

tlie

of Mr. Crahtree was Invested with vividness and force hy the the I.rf»ter discerning Mr. Marshall. same actor revealed hla versatility by

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Alan Murray, Jimmy Oood and Bill Tennant. were moat rapturoualy received on their appaamnae. The programme opens with a arene outside a circus tent "somewbere-orother.",snd the ca..
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With "Papyrus," Easlaad's Jiaatcr Horse as ICiaahic Cup A British the 1923 Dcrhy at Epaom Oowas

Another of the

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music by Ivor Ayre The feiituro novelty of the whole programpae la contained In the next two scenes, "The Valley of tbe Kings." being an up-to-date "take-ofr* of tha recent research expedition to Bgypt, aad in the presentation of which Rad Newman stars hllarioualy as King Tutankhameen. .Ilmmle Goode and Bob

In His Latest t^sagh Sensation

•*WHY WORRY** Aa

You'll ache, shake and quake with laughter. barrage of giant laaghttr. cxploiion of fast fan.

A

Anderson arc much

.Tppreclated In their pri hciitat ion of the Sheiks, the B?ene which follows. In "Carmena," (iene Pearson Is greatly apiilauded aa soloist. Red

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Charles Maclean as The Crooks In "Dirty Work," scored a dts' tlaet sueeeas. "Monty of the Mounted." is dslightfully represented b.v Jock Holland and "The Boys." Ted Charter In rendering his Third .Sermon,"

liriganl

THEATRE PANTAGES AND SATUSDAY BVBRY MONDAY. FRIDAY

except ional 1\

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Macy and Baird Comediaris

humoriiUH and more than delights the audience with his original wit. The

Tomorrow

Somewhere in Scotland," was very well bafauiaed With atrong quartette. %

ocal effect,

The VakM

who

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Jolly trio in "Bible Btorles."

"Hoae ia Repoaa** Jock Holland was soloist in "Rose Rsposs." "Mulligan Up" was a dramatic fragment chsrscterlstic of Dumbells and other soldier productions, being a cartoon In drani.i of

.umi.sinf^ a akateh scintillating wUli >nwl< k as between l<'red rspartee "the lady" and Jlmmle (;<> d« as the of (iarden "The clerk." "night Kama" was a sorgeous spectacle of BaaUm setUng, the colorinc being remlBlaeeat of Bakst. * Tbe itajaha, four In number, gave a yerjr melodloua rendering of Amy Woodford FInden's "Pale Hands" and "Temple Bella," which proved Immenaaly popAlan Murray as tha Nautch girl ular rears ot laughter with hla evoked

in

the old fighting days, with Ked Newman ,1 his vf'i 1 licst as inspect! r of new ilrafk which comes into the 1

a

line.

The company aings the "Dumbell Rag aa the conclualon of Act I. The opening of Act II displayed "

the magnificent Jewelled cut-in especially imported from Paris for the this production, which presents scene "In the Days of Catherine the Oreat." a part taken by Jock Hclland. The ()riKinals represent the courtiers and Join in the chorus. "When Catherine Uuled." sung by .lock Holland (!hevaller's

ild

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Newman,

dressed

In

by

"pearlies,"

"baiting" his audience chorus. Tom Young "Hidden Tressure." in Quest," a picturesque "Ovarbaard In the

AMnA.SAAI>Olt TO IXMrDON LONDO.N, Oct. .11 The appointof Mr Krank B. Kellogg t
ment

Cnlle.l .Slates ambassador Urlt;iln has been formally

Bob Anderson gave a typical l>uma in "Ked Cp. Holland and Jock monologue, Leonard Toung appesred In a scbne Tm Just Wild About Wild Men", the former singing the solo snd the lattar playing the accompaniments. balla aoldlar scene

Kent Ked and

Pearson

Ago," Oene

British

announced, today.

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Ln

the scene "The

best

favorites.

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coslied his

an affective asset, very dnunatio in.

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piratical scene.

tume

Rataada'

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IN MAKE APPF A! W£ST HAM MINION

On

the concert

t

programmes

of her

Canadian tour, a public appeal will be made by Dame Clara Butt, the KnKlish contralto.

the InCentral

In

Ham of the West tins ini.ssjon is While Mission. situated In I>Dndon'n Kast Knd. Dame Clarn aaserta that Us work Is imperial To help in augmenting in its scope. its funds the great contralto will bring with her a large eelectlon of her best photographs which she will aut>>Kra|ili and piece on sale. the well-known Thortiaa Burke. author, who has shown a graphic picture of the BUist End In some of his books, aueh as "Llmehouse Nights." wrote a apeclal appeal for Dame Clara. In it he polnt>>d out that nobody but the poor can liel|i the poor and tli.lt all the poor really need is a "leK up" to Start them on the way to help themaelves. In this connection attention was called to how the misalon is doing a reiU work in provldlnir the dreary dockland with a social centre, a community house and pla>tlelds so that physical a.s well us The

mission

Is

hmr0 in oUl n%aJu*g

mmy fini$h with mr$i$sie fmmmls

Kegular sleep fed Roosevelt's amazing personal ma^y: lliron^s lifetime erowdedwitfa the setHritiM of publk tenrioe,

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Living his 'cioc< <>n he ftfcniions ir r'T!'-'*. the energy he life i

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He knCH', Ukr

large cltlea where It needed. Dame' Clara Butt and her appear at the Capitol will

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Theatre Weflnesday and Thursday, November 7 and «, iclvlns two entirely different Vrogrammes. The box office is now open at the Capital. Kach ooncert will cAn*.mence st iril p.m.

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self-development In thaae aaetlans of all

Ghre thoiii^ to Toiir own tlm Do tliejr hdp or hintef

habitsa

ThaodoMRooMnrdtwMsiiis^ The OWwmoor Miltffreif of penonu force and enduiaBOS TalMtteets^allaBjovr to Ofcryoue who knew,hi«« deakr jibid csanlae tha

need of four order to permit the work of the past quarter of a century to continue wHhaut intarmption. with this in mind Dame Clara Intends to enlist the interest of all concert-goer.s as well as the general pubIs

thousand pounda

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to

Qcvemment.

by tha officially

ICvery singer in the company ha. his oppr^rtunity in "Hongs of the I>onK

the

to whistle

sang tbe

ticisms, good naturedly Introducing the members of the oast. "Rapid rira" wlU be praaanted again today. all,

dance.

success.

historic

"Knocked 'Km In the Road" was superbly done

presentation of the xtoker "In the Ship's Hold." wbl.-tv received universal applause .llmmie Gorde brought the programme to a clos*» with some of hi.s own inimitable wit-

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Flush Your Kidnays Occaaionally By Drinldnc Quarta of

Time

Klre." hiis been duplicated here at the Hoyal Theairf. whrri' the pr»'nenl ensasement closes lunlght with the performance at 1:10 aharp. . There la not one moment lost in the merrymaking, everything la pep and originality. The taleat Is spr^a drover twenty-flvc new aiid entfrta'ininK numbers of clever akitn and •>l
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' Ofi m > ni Ciforgc IM-. i! l.loyc! a. a noiMbIn w«>lc»in« wmi dcrani<'( arruiced iuf ib« dtaUn|^ulab«i holiday Hftk llM elty d««larltov a half iat l aa sad alvto wrganlaattone •fd vialnr with each other In astendhic !;

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—Information for l.ONUON, la.Mt week 218

the the

l>urlnK

Oct.

.Hlled at

vlsltom

CanadUn omcca in Klnnalrd House. OC tb«M 130 obtained iniwrrlawa And thlrtf^aa registered. On Tirarsday: Ootober 11. the Hl«h debate held

Barmondeey Town

the

In

at a

*the chair

Oommbaloncr took

hrtwpen fh»> Rev. M. Lucaa. clenrman In Ohurcb of KtiBliind harse of an Kaat Knd parish, and Or. Hall

«

Haltar. the tAbor nn»>mber of Tarllahaant t0r tha dtatrin

Arcangaa^anta have bean made for tbo aonvanfaaea of boatnaas flrmn wharoby oustoma duty stampa aiay be purchaiied at the ^Igh Commlaeioner'B offioe for the prepayment of on advertlslnis matter, import duly priru UntH and (•atAlf>Kuefl forwarded Theae atamp-i arf ylTlxed to Uanada. to tlM package for the amount of duty payable on aame. thereby obviating tha tronble and dalay occasioned In eollaotlng tha -duty when been prepaid^ Kzeise thli\ baa not available for iI.Ho ir. iiiii < duty duty thA prrp.i\ infill of the cxcine Kooda. certain an.i.l.v on levied in In the Rooda TheSn arn ainxrd to the tti>r. uvoidlnK i).v Britain, Great n^a^igUf for opening the packages wheinlhcg; arrive In Canadaf Aid* to TravelcT« Although all pasuporf matters In the by with ICngland are dealt Foreign omce, the High CommUslonaf^s ofBos Is often able to Intervene an behalf of traveling Canadians, and to assist them la dUBoulAtlen that arise from time tO time. t

number

(•oni
have been afford. -.1

f

k

illlli'..^

1','inudUn offlce. especially w h' TP haste was imperative

tho

\,y

caB<'a

In

and when repressntatlons on behalf of an applioaat carried more weisht than If the request had baaa put forward tn tha uaiial way. In cases where vlaas ar4 required for passcan furports, the Canadian ofHce Inform.ition. and up-to-date nish official

frequently la inslru incntal In putting toulV the holder of the passpdrt-.-l^, * With the proper officials. One of the departments, of the High dally Commlaaloner'a oflltak Whlcn performs a moat gaoaaaary dtity on )>ehair of the Canadian Oovernmtnt. British the that which watchen .

1.'^

comments of every kind In (lovernment fo ('anadlan with This department, ll« service, keeps efficient news-cuttinR Informed the Canadian 'OoVbrniTient should properly be on attieh mattera as brogght to their aoUoa.' Another branch of thif work is the keeping of the Oovertiment departments In Ottawa familiar with the work done Ijy Nlmllar department.'^ In for

pre..
rrcurd

from

High

th.

ConUaMMaaar'a

ofllee In L
UP tha matter wlvaa

of

has been taking the Brltlah-bot-n

'

BUtea

United

of

altlaena

resident In Canada who cannot obtain The XiRh United States paasports. Oommlasloner has now been notified by the Colonial >ni< e that amilavitH (

taken

Canada

In

by

endorHeil

.ind

Canadian passport ofllcera would be satisfacaooaptad In thla oountrf aalloiaMty and tory oTldanaa

M

hoM^

Idanttir of

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For Van ia ArcUo

in

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sioner

.-in.

witli

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his active a.HHlsta nee.

The recent report on

the

safety

of tha Canadian 'Oovarnmsnt steamer Arctic for which saaie anxiety was being experien|!ed,' recalls tfie fact that It was oHlUnglly latandad that this t«9. forrasHy' 'tha 88. 8t. riabarr. ,ft«w renamad'aftar thb ramoua explofar. Franklin, should accompany the Arctic on her preeent expedition, but It WH..» not found |H»S8lt>le to om-

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ip

to

the

I'lirlnR

("ana.l.i

for

next

northern waters. last week Mr. Larkln

In

has obtained a number of invitations for diatlngttlshed Canadian vlattorii far tha raeaptlon at I^naasCor Houaa

aad at tha peakar*«

aa^Lli^rs.

WhN-

IndigMtidtai In

BY GOLDSMITH

President Applied to for Partial Payment of Imperial AUowanre

—The

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»anch

aaat to the

.

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palriot

China, In hla laolated

Pahu»a of the Forbiddan City, haa baan aoad by a Peking goldamith far 100.000 taels and has applied to the new Preeldent. Tsao Kun. for a partial payment of the lm«>
to raise sufficient funds to pay officials and other public servants.

Aa a result it is expected that further relics of one mighty Manchu will be aadrlflced by the **Boy

house

Kmperor" to meet his debts. Thr court In which the goldsmith's i-luliii

filed

Ih

takiiiK

Is

consid-

i'''o

eration the extreme poverty of Hsuan Tung, and ha.-- MKr.'-d to treat the case leniently and give tha ex>ruler time to ffalM whatever eaah ha can to satisfy

creditors.

his

Kor many monthH the "Boy Kmperor" has heen trying to adjust hla expenses to hiH income. The latter during recent political upheavals has been virtually nothing. He even dismissed from sarvlea in tha ForKddan City 1,000 eunuchs in an attempt to Also he halt approaching poverty. hai» sold many prlreiess family relics to aid the family exrhequer. But at the financial pret
WASHINGTON HOPES

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WABHINQTON.

SI.—There

Oct.

is

every, prospect here that the agree

ma|li'ta curb rum-running as worked oat In Ltondon on the basis of suggestions made by .Secretary Hughes v.'lll meet with the .-ipi^oval of the \S n u'l n rn ni and that agreements will be made later with the otbfv maritime powers. il|s a result of thb Anglo- American treaty and othara of a similar eharaotar whleh tha inlministratfon hopes to hav^ ready for Venate approval at ..M of Connre.ss, "nim the cominK It

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Coa.st is bepear or at least

Mile

lieved to b«s pushed bai K tu a diataooe that will make ooromuaiehtlaa wttM there very- dlAcuit.

HUUKkS

AiiAlN^iT

Had liirriciiit. Open to Ti .i' Inspect km Made

Keeping

W

POR*;«Ala>, Oet. Sl.->When public protest Was made through the newspaper<« to a group of unclothed fe male flKUres In bus lellef Installed on the facad»' of a new liiillding in Alder Street official aetioji followed with a

promptitude

exceeded here. Mayor Ueorge Li. Baker, and all the city commissioners dropped watavar they were doing and proceeded In a I'orty to Inspect the cnuKe of the pro.-(eldorii

test.

After the lns|>ection and an mterval for deliberation, the city fathers' verdict was that It was indeed highly im-

The

figures must coma down. Jus^ how thalr verdict waa to ha cn> forced they left to tha elty atternay as

nobody could And an ordinance that seemed to meet the cffpenoe alleged Alder .micci, In the neighborhood of the hullcliiiK hearing the ,fli;uret. Li iilwnvH (lopuluu.M, hut today extr.t

ware suctioned there to handle the crowds atid parUcelarly to try to- keep t|iam moving. traffic officers

A liAMBrr. <

Ye

Kurlpides)

my

wrench

wounds

astinder

mine whoee

wife

%Vhere

N

grief

like

Is

dead?

My

wife,

whom wovM

Nor le^, nor held her.

1

rn

a leonr-pebcraaame which Mr

Kmiie In It he declares waate to keep the Kuhr to propara for nKf and to sBaka the

Bure publiMHi. arHeiia! th--

Iteleh

th«

that

iii.

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for rruMslM iW-imany. •has "Prutvtla." eays he. aim today: to free herself

of

obllgatloaa

one liul from the Treaty of Ver-

the

order to ra-aatabllah after-

aalilss, la

decree the f

ThU

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political

Uiflter

Collection

or avoid the hard

when payment.s

due

fall

Keg^ar

But

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Without the Ehlae and the Ruhr, there is no poaelblllty ef nvange for Hence all the actlofta of the her cabinet are ritreNe.nanii Mllferdhig i."(." he fear dl< l»led t>> ranre then v» Mr. Matthes -n >«n k mild the against speeches of chancellor Slreavinann, .1 clever poUtldan whose foresight Is remarkably keen. Mr. Matthaa aaks France to help the Rhiaelaad to lose Its Prussian charaotariatics, in order heck to the progress of the to put a Prussian policy of expansion, and that is his programme of the "Frelcs '

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assortment high

'iinpn.sinK '

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of

wondrrful

tirade

materials, s c r R c s,

,iII-wi>ol

and novskirtings; 54 and id inches

ic spii

elty

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I aa'ar

expense of Ilhinclami while with

had

%\M wMe.

iachai

All-wool, soft, fleecy finish; poriUgr colora; 54 iacbet wide.

i

are

tabli^

made wMh hengw

-

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H

wggr;

erening

itftbe*

wosderfol vaing; 45 iacbee wide.

wide.

chase.

roomy, wrappy collars or fur<4riin>

self

^

$100

.o

Models developed grade

highest

mcd.

in soft luxfabrics an
pile

firrp

nriotis

Coats at $16.95

A

English Wool Velours in popular models, fine beaverine collarg, navy, fawns, etc.

with

linings,

deep fur collar and

cuffs.

Depogit of $6.Qg Wii

WtMi't

Larier

Coats

Coats at

SHMlhf

~

$19.50 Utility

and

chilla,

tweed,

variety

I'urchascU specially for*women ol gtnerowg fifure; sices to Af>. .Ml new. smart, appealing styles, in browns, fawns, navy' and black.

chin-

in

^a«ks,

plaid

vekMirs, for all-weather

^ear.

COATS AT $29.50 The famous Salisbury for

damp weather

;

I-'np^Iish

I'tilifv

plain »hadcs

IM Novelty Jacquette Coats at $39.50 aad $45 Short box styles f'he latest arrivals on fashion's horiion. (Chappie Coats) of Dukana cloth or crushed plush; very,

Coats, specially treated

and subdued

plaids.

n^t

aiid Cylieh.'

TWEED SUITS Winter weight herringborte striped beautifully* tai lured

liMiM Warm

On

neat

cloth,

trimmed

of satin

trimmed

Dainty colors. Special

i

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i-

^9 or

#Aa^el

-

iucotine

Oowttg in slip-on trimmed colortd stitching on neck; kimono #f sieeres.

Pare

•tries:

value

^lailaF

Special

Wool

trapery Oepa

3,

4

P

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afOC

and

relations Wltb BWitSBelgium, the bUgaAhUgg afld

facilitate

the Netherlands. Thla formula, which Mr. Carton de Wiart aeems to consider as the only logical one. the only one which will triumph "when the nhineland move ment haa parsed the feverish period through which It Ih paselng, already seems too narrow to the groups which demand th« Inrtspsagnnos of tha Rhineland. '

Bianllh

Fianncietle

Special

*

VVhitc and grey, with blue borders; larfr Special, pair

No Fhoag

or

^

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ii

medium and

I

sliede oohr:

Bam

Flannelette large size; scalloped Specigl

3fc

^-WJ

$1.00

extra

85c

border. 1

wMNTil t

gtMlity,

itJi

Oowna, heavy trimmed torchon

Spegial

lege.

.............

fine

QQ^ 90C

A snap price. ko<>«| quality nibbcc with hood, blue onix, 6 lb 11 years. iiris' 0r<;$%e$,

SpMiii

10

loweis to Uadcrprtced Lar|c Selection- BegatHgl

Qiulitics

Only,

Oirla'

SHMteaiiig Skirts tit trimmed embroidery

fine cotton;

CAja WW^

.Sprrial

Flannel Skirts, with rot t finished with scalloped hem. Special

-

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m,

Wv

||C«»

ajuie.

ILSO

Haf^Vrtce .._

Dfggagg, in Copenhagen and seod. with collars and vestec of contrasting check matertat.

and Fownes' Cape Skin and Mocha GiOTgg,' io grey only. Gaontlet aad tiM»

Ages « to

styles.

Special

14 years.

&1 no #J.JO

blue

and

above tf

price.

Mote

brown.

Oalr, twiaa Mstaibosted

with

de^ii^n*

friaged

2m

A, dr.

enH>^

yards long.

K'

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Special, pair

7

$7.7.S

Colored Madras, »

the

Cnrtalag,

in

lovely

>

of blue, green, rn*e and KeKnlar r\ r K 11 1« r

^M. SO inches wide $1.95 yard. Special, yard

$1.50

CraSoooe in g lerge range of psttems SnitaMe for side drapes, i-r cttshion covers and box ^ ing. V, m. lies Wtdg Mfy -.

.

.

Special,

75c.

yard

,

39c

,

Ladies' Pitrd liik io^^

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Homaapoa

$16^5

lovflbr

laigc

Special

stsce.

$2.95

C a D.

r

rich pile and fied colors, of rose, green,





.

Shortening

98c

Special

J

i

handsome

t*ink,

'

'

Draaoaa of whitr ^'Oilc; skirt and yoke trinim*rmbroidery. Excr

Flannal Barracoets, extra fti quality, finiahgd sea with loped border.

'A'

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I

Prvrrslbla Valour Portiere Cur-

Lottun Nighigoifaa, la<'<~ raed. Regalgr fiJOt.

Jiffy Pants,

CI 41^

Spedal

n hrK

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Kagular |2&.00.

Vesta, in button fr^mt

sises 2, to $1.75.

n

!

.mm

,

From Baby Section Main Floor

styles;

smart mo
Dreiiaei.,

Vatticg to fJOuOO.

tPlaanelette

Sacquca

Dreaaing

Flannel and

great variety of shades. Siaea 16 to 38. Sale....

$29.^0

Specials

qq ^^•TjO

Special vetonr;

New

.1r1

hlankrt

i>f

all-over cord.

silk

sp..rt

saia

lid iflMilg

Kimonoa

DRESSES

tweeds,

coat silk lined throufhout

:

RggttUr price ^9.50.

Pritti at

$24.Sf

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erlanil.

v

$50

Larg^e,

oats,

(

c

le,"

One-of-a-Kind 8 i V e priced from $7SjOO to

u

1

C<^at.s.

Garments of rgre besuty, smsrtest gtylcs, a specigl pur-

Increasing seriousness of a crisis of which th'-y do not see the end, and understanding that England cannot hy herveif put a term to this crisis, and that France and Belgium maintain reaolutely their policy of reparations, tha Inhabitants of tha Rhineland are losing ooursga one after the oth*r." From this situstlon Mr. Carton de uncludcH that It Wlar! H the nhvious Interest of the Ketch to do it«i best to obtain an agreement en the quAstlon of repafatlona. According of tha to him. only the aattlamaat reparations "can restore the Rhlnsland quaatlon to a norntal stats." If tha actual conditions do ^not last, he foresees the coming of a less painful and rndlcil formula for the Uelch than those of separation, formula that seems at any rate* to have his preference: for example, the formation of a Rhineland "almoat autonomotM," avan though It be part of the German Reich. Thla solution would meet with great sympathy with fSerntan political parties other t

X c

$160.00.

paaaword. It becomaa more and mere an economical and aoaMWhat theme. Ha aaya: "Ola* alimentary courged by the continuance and the

Oemok rn

of

Eitri SpMial K

$27.50

republic of L)r Dorten and of General Mangin lived only the duration of an operette and, reaped in Rhinethan applause. hisses land, more Since that time tha different separatMava not oeaaed to ist movements encounter qerlous op^oaitleli on tha Inhabipart of the majority of the However, he tants of the Rhineland. pre-^ent suffcrlnR.^ the admits that with have supplied the separatists new nrKutnents. The "los von Berlin," he writes, is no longer a poll-

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Silk-finished hollow cut corduroy navy only; in suiting, v«lvel

Coats at

:

th"-

uk *1.4^U

Ktgui^. $j.95. Half-Price

—A Wond^rful

1

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weight, nhhed top, garhem, reinforced heels aad

Sweatert, imnles


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Nmoih

DrCHASE'S

OINTMENT

FiiMtlette fijamai

Mt and pink

_

kqlvea of ioaa> -

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lovely heavy qeslity of satin, in popular colors, for afternoon

Superb Models

ThlH money muet be contributions. needs of the actual used for the Rhineland and to pay our share of We are tired of the reparations. seeing our personal resources dumpe
tV-an

«"*

Cordurof S

he Most Reinarkabie V alue-L»iving Lvent of the Season in Cofttt

railroad a.'^ such workers and employees of the I'ost Telegraph-Telephone, have no right What we to llva In the RhhiaUnd. want also, la to keep for ouraalves the money obtained from our taJNa and

T^ould

89c .

.

WINTER COAT SALE

wither n» their aide. Ko jmum a Mb hrMai room be swept by deai^

paat!

vgivstg J**?*'' A '-P^nor .''^'"•y

.«''J^

Bsihldr to 9US.

and

fabric for dresseg^SSd irhes wide.

JopolaV

juiiinr

A

.

$3.98

teatn, .tha

A

$2.98

Ysfd <)r

M

wtth

Than the long aal^ when taara at*

^.df

,

Crepo Knit

inches wide.

Soitghle for dresses, skirts and inchta vidc^ chiklrtg'i wagr;

.

Aya, hatter than ahaiM dtmw his breath Fareyer withqut ahlM or brtda,

n, h

*e AO

exceptiooaiiy heavy quality of ^-^ shades. ^

An

All silk fabric, in beautiful colors. for dreaiet aod jnmperl; JO

Hotneapuns Regular to ItJl

u.-i,

',\

of the

»

U,

yI^'

$2^9

Yard

lived

who dare to dwell I'nlove.i ,,f wi.mnn! 'Tls but one Heart that thv Waad with, and alone can ^aar (half one Ma^g hnriaa^weU

apt

$4.95.

Ygrd

Blanket Cogting

'

«our burning Mamhch. an fsuaand vUA

Ail- Wool Skirt! nps

Regular to

silk

Silk

aeac

^'it

T"5;:!Si wearItl, of, exc
.,,

.

«gqu.!.tv

Serviceable quality, is aovclly $tripc designs; 5b Jhchct wide.

Blessed are they

garb «r

Y*rf black A good

$1.50

V^BttS

g{|^ 1

$125

Reg^ar fSJO. superior fftadc, all-wool; shades, 'i Hps wide.

.^n exceptional quality aersc for dresses, suits gad sUftg; S4

'-es.wide.

Silk Poilettc

CMtiag

J

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Beautiful crepe effects, in dainty d««i|M; J6 inches wide,

dresaes the laost

all

In

Q.r*f

Narcltgr

i^ii'"

for

beaatifal fahrle

and Whists. wasted hh*'\'-^

'

at the of the Inhabitants the Those who do not work

months have

Mmlk

BngUah

A

Navy Botany Serge

Rhineland." "What we want." he ssys, "Is an economical agnlUhrUuB, both abroad and In tha intartor; wa want a free to baeomd a peiaeeabic Rhineland barrier between Prussia-Russian and threatened by .Stales, the Western We are opposed to the policy of her. hv advocated resistance, live Prussia In accordance with her secret thoughts of revenge, Which deceives the no one: caflaaquantly we demand partiaana of the expulsion of all sabotage' of labor and of peaaa. who eight

splendid quality for oat:) and c^^, in good shades; 54 inches

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for

A

A

ii)f s

Crcpr

Wool Ctaton

M-.A

$2.98

$2.75

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Specials

Sillt Silt

Vglour Coating

Woolgng

off

to $2.95.

\.ihic."i.

.

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Wool Dress Goods

Baisaiiis in

aho has

Why

I*

war o^ the ^uhr under She pafthlve resistance

Mo

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tidal

PROTtST SliSTAINID

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newspaper. Kciatr.

;

of the M*nchu dyna...y. Tunc, the "Boy Bmperor" of alttlng In loneaome grandeur laat

«et-i

qutekiy

flght for the inThe Bhin.'t.ir.d!>elor.Ks I.. Mif ti

Ml--

i.t

\\.i"U<^

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In order to put this plan into opera the Rhineiand. tioa. .Pruaala neada

New

two mil

J<»»To a««

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periods

plete

1'

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also hupca to

'

the alteratlona and 'itnilng ner«aaary for voyaging In the Arctic. The Franklin la now lyins at Portland, tt la aipaotar that Capt. Banilgr WIU MHum I* ihla aamtry durinf tha nest few month* to supervise the remalnlns alteratlonw and

to^.ttwr il»-peii'l>*iic.-

dictatorship.

m

St.

si

lowa:

wards her hegemony and har

proper.

by Negotlatlona fo^ the purobaae the Canadian OoVerhment from the Britlah AdmlmHJr of a tug ttt some 400 tona have haan oarrlad en by CapArctic extain J. R. Bernler, the Commisl>lorer, Ihrourh the Hiifh



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K'-ports of the Hrltivh (Jovernment these are srnt out to Ottawa regijilar-

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ly

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found "nia eommlaalonar has iHkh Mlalatara rary farorable to any ehaaoe of enlarging trade betvaon Oaaada nad Iralaad.

Canadians

of

;



Yates

Tha thraa saparatlat »artJea of the RhlnaUnd: Marthea. Dartea. nseats. have decided to marge and to con-

ttte

Hsuan

UiUillANY ACTIVITIES

r

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private lunchroii .n no..n wilh i.r,.ri, Inent ctUaens. and planned to apeak

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.orif'-r i" I'Y rornriiliutioiiT

Htjcli

13

GORDONS

739

RWNELAND MOVE

llecardlag tba Oraak indebtedneaa Gawida. aaaoMtlag to eight bHUon^ollaia. an arrancetnent baa b««a BftaM by an envoy eenl by the Greek

Hon. D«vli USfll (•<-«>rK<- \VU1 fm%tm la lU&bpolla Bo-

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at

when U« CaMdlan Vrim» Miawas gr aft ad with CM fM

of the cUt. aad for the dia on the Itth by the Canada CI«K

BEACHES NEW YORK

.

ceremony

for the

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THimSDAY. NOVEMBER

B.C.,

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medium •iaes.

model, ktust.

Regular

elastic

long $1.25.

coutil.

section,

sfcirt;

all

Extraordinary value in Wool Jeracyt, aaxc and brown, polo collars. boHflg shoalder, 2 to 6 years.

fn wMfe. Wit^ pink mull, two

on style. Regular $291 slip

Special at

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trimmings of 'nm; -



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wriffhf

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pwre k

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thr .Vl< ic tioMii llall ihla evei "k Kxptertmental F.irm Itaalf. injr*alde of agriculture, and the cx tenalon department." Dealing principally with aaed production, the profeaaor emphaalaad tha fact that there la a great differenea between the prrKluctInn of flowera 'he proand aeeda. (;ivh.^: cedure of produiinK ->\"
CANADIAN FLOUR IN SHARP COMPETITION

PESSlMimUERE .M'

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Canadian Oct. ai. rolled Statea flour flour l>4 KiviiiK n the (ierman in aharp con iM .^uae of Its quality, rr.urket piifi oiisequence of the fact but al.to III that Canadian mllla are aatlafled to accipt paynant In oaah dommenta at Hambtyv. wharaaa United flUiaa mllla will only aall avalnat alcht drafta, ^faw York, aaya a report received by the United Btatea >epuri meni of ARrlculture from itM (•omml.>««iioner iti Herlin.

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Mr. K. A. Ptor««. flew York, and Mr. M. K. Plnckanl. of Ian Vwrnnekuso. two of tho p«rtn«ra of the flrm of A.

Hooaman * Co., brokers, York, who hive e«tabllHh«'il

hi

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lAd. In Vancouver, and have

and

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opened tbelr own oiBcoa la Seattle, PertlaBtf and 0aa FranetMo, spent the week-and In VkMarl^ and Vanoouvar. and wera vraatly impreased with the paoatblttttaa for nho faturo of the Coast citlee ho much that they have (!«. Iil< il to further extend their wire «ervl( ea to Coaat, where the many other houaoa liava latair boon curtailing.

Mr. Plerea and Mr. pinokard wera axtremaly aurpriaed at, tka tana of paaaimlani pravalllnv wh«^. to them, in there were very briffht proapects more for Brltlah Columbia and almont kniM'kInK ut thf door hy way >it grain prodiiftJt the and <1airy from f'ralrle ProvinccB. Mr. Pierce expremted aurpriae alao many at« the. cheapneae of^ar i^eat oommodltlaa In Vlctorlk and Vancouver, and waa aatlafled to bellave that the tourlat traJBc ahould (row to Immrnn^ pr uportl wna If tha waather at this tinir- of the v ear #88 auch aa It lhl< l.Kl week. har)

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already handi-

New York an

additional burden In vlaw of tha fdct that It maana a amhanxe pereantkfc f^r tha brokera. If I'liited stuie!< nilllers wi«h to take: fijll adviintape of the opportunltlea offered, il ia nugKeoted they will have to meet the Canadian competition in matter the of credit arranfjementH. Canadian flour, the agricultural commfaaioner, rtporta, haa lately obtained higher prtoaa In Oennany than United Btatea flour. Ha aaya Oarman conaumers like the Canadian flottr (irafta in

nliH

Kit

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r

on Road

Ont.. 31. l!lt< i( K VlLLJi. Oct. After over flfty yeare In contlnuoun Joaeph Rowiedge, railway aarvlea, C. N. R. locomotive anglnaar. today

Qourauds

made hia taat ran on the "Mooaaaln" paaaanver train batvaan hara and Montreal before belay panatanad.

Cream

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^^^^ ^^^VWl

Fifty Years

s««r»e*l

.SmW lOt/t TntiSiat

Oriental

I'p.Mi

capped by the depreciation of the mark and And payment of sight



ci^tyjaafs iflied aponGoar* v.>iu iit.il cam

IS

ii

u

f'lour

tlie

I'AKlS, Oct. 31. It la expected that the btrothal of Crown Prlnoe Leopold of Balclum and Prlnoeao Mafa Ida. aaeond daughter of Klac Victor t^mmanucl nt Italy, will be made public on November 4. according to On the same day the enthe Matin. Wugement of C'rown Prince Humbert o! Italy to Prlnceaa Marie Joae. only daughter of King Albert and Quaan Ullaabeth of Balglura. win be , aanouacad. tha nawspapar aaya.

Tcr

'

iriiporters in |iiiint."» out. are

(ierniaiiy,

ItOYAI. Itl-riltOTUALiS-

h

OunlMly

l

becaune of

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Planting Swart Peaa ProfesHor .SiiiHl dnen not advocate the uae of add In the production of aweet peaa, but atrongly urges the growaf to 'Uae lime. In planting sweet paaa, he alao advlaea the distance betwaan aach aeed to be twelve advecatJnt Taaptaff loehea. finally and threahing aa balng mora advaatageoua than hand picking at tha harveatlag. The apeaker then produced some fine Krain, ahowlng that th.- seed sown In the Fall, not wiihstandln^^ the long Winter monthg, in superior to that planted in the Spring, giving preference to barley rathjvr Chan wbeat foe bardliiaw. Toatihiag upon potataaa. tha profeaaor prophealed a great future for certified aeed potatoea. going on to demooHtrate the proper manner in whirl) to Increase the yield of the potato crop, the tiialrt I'.ictor.s heioB to get the highe.«ii yIeldInK strain, to obliterate disease, and to cut the need potato correctly prior to planting: furthermore explaining that It ahould be cut into two onncea, containing

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)tiM wlih the ilond Corporation,

i-iinnf it

AnMrl.;iri

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of



WAam.VtJToNV

ThUtk 0«tlook

A.

Mm MarkM

Had

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ickura, of

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with aulpbiir "Stirring uf

tlic

Soil"

Profeaaor

marked that

Strait

re-

cultivation of the land

haa more to do With potato prodnotion than anything, emphatically advocating the "atirring of the aoH" for the best yield of potatoes.

Home

IntereHtlnK

fdldea

thrown on the mreeii, the dealing

with

were then first

evolution

the

series

conclttdad Profeaaor Btrait'a addreaa. Many qaaatlona wera aakad by the tntaraated audlanoe, which waa delighted with the instruction It received at thin last business meeting of the Metchosin Karmern' Institute. In iiioviiiK a \ote of th.inks to Profesf-or Stiail.

.VI

fa<

r t

.S;ewart Yates that the directors .1

Seconded by Mr H. Q. Pierce, the vote waa heartily cndoraad. Strait'a addreaa.

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Oct.

Hotel, a two-stor.\ brick bmid injt adJoinlhK their preiniHe>( on \ ic toria Cretjcent. from Messrs. Qulnn it Korte. it being the intention of Nanalmo'a big departmental atore to extend thalr buainaM aa aeon aa final arrangementa for the same are completed. The purchase price of the property )ia.<« not l)epn made piil>llc, hut It 11 u Tul e r.'it ood the fornier ownern «ecut>,| ;;oudly >
Headache

Rheumatism

Neuralgia

Neuritis

Lumbago

Pain, Pain

of 12 tabteta—Alao bottles of 34 and 100 Drugjonta. lh» traie mark frsctetsrsd tn r»BSil«) nf n«y«r Hanufactur* of lionoWillis It > wril known that Asplrta mMna Bar*r srvtlrsrldsster of Ballryllrscld. maauractare, to assist the miblle afalaet Imliattons, tha Tablets of Bsjrsr Contpaay WIU be ataaias< witk tkalr asaeral Ua«e aMrfc. tbe "Baser Cross."

AsalHn

t

for Kamloojin where in a similar buKincss.

he Wlll~^M|age

Coroner Illckllng held an Inquiry yeatarday morning in oonnectlon with the daath of Rohart Dunn

Baady '^ayer" boxea Is



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HInkaman. who dlad ^on laturdiiy last from InJorlM raealvad while employed at tha logging camp of tha Superior I^iimber Company. Nanooaf Hay. A verdict w;is rettirned l>y the Jury to the effect that the accident was caused by loading hooks glvloK

A New COCKTAIL New

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the ordei of the Uoard of Railway Commlasionera regarding ezchaage on

W

International fralsht and paatadsar bu ala aaa f»r tha aaxt fortalsM. ThM« la an haprcvamaht of 1-10 par eant In tha exchaaga rat^ an (ralsht and of 1 par cent la tha aanhanta oa passenger buaineae. T

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Oct.

80.

—^Tha

ri

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wa« la Chemalnua mourn her

flatnrday afternoon, intermaht All Bainta* Churchyard, River, Hhc leaves tu

loss five Bons and two daughters. .Messrs. Leo. Frank, Algy. .\ihul Tnd Cecil, Mrs K. L.. Qlbba, and a. daughter in Kngland. and a BttUbar af

grandchildren.

A

vary, Jolly gat-togathar aupper aoclal waa held at the Calvary <7lmrf*h last Friday evening.

and

Daptlat

at

o'clocVi

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m

ri.it

V» mtt tr k** »n

h'.'^i

••ilir

'MANHATTAN

iSe

rtit

nt

locbiall

«naa

l.ni

a(

TM

weh

M«l"

Noiwl

ST.

tmt

aa a aua bai."

that f.Hst

Oct.

prlaonera have ceatMd to iaat five daya.

2.300

1

atl la riah ta

vltamlnea.

Avaided an Operation Appendicitis Disappeared

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at times.

Britlab

the the

ulnce

I;r:'.im i-flul'.ing

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of 4,750 cattle.

ml of com

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get

I

lie

cKronic

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an

drcadcci

used them and not only ob-

I

l)r!ie\r

me

li

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ompletcly Irccd

of appendicitis, as

over a year sinca

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it is

now

kdve had

•«y pf iIm did

aeemlngly Is

i-
i

tained relief from pnia.

and 3.307 ho:;a. For thaoc the Uovernmant haa been obllsad to pay nOarly CISO.OO* In companaation. Aa tha Inotrtbreaka hava baan fnr apart. being therefore fection precluded, the suOrgeation that the dlaease is sprea
pronoini'

ii

Isory .sheep

Dra Chmmfm KidMiNLIver PIUs

made

Internally,

and the breeders are endeavoring

my

It

tiiad oils

operatioB and a friend advised Dr Ch,\se% K, iiltwv Ijvpf Pilli

|>ij

6 I'.SS

1

appendicitis.

li^eatock ownara are a^tated ovar tha frequent and myatarlona outbraaka of the foot and mouth dlaaaae of which there have been no fewer than 100 In I.''.,

Mdc.

(io( lor

SI.—The

Oet.

tcvere pain in

>

was very bad aad tableti v> itKoW gniaiaf aay ralicf. The

l/o^i-*

Outbreaks ot

for

uxA

right

(>«ni r-

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to

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(rlli

'Ul.,

a do»M Toaxinio.

ministry of agriculture to '"-^

r Avoid Motor Oils oou

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u ating

Aiisto Oil

9>vit>staiitr



frtu rit by thc most advanced proc esacs, dcaigncd to ranaovc aver/thing in tha

MARyg. MiprcawMttw

Oct. SO.— On Sunday, aervleaa will ba held at at 11 o'clock, followed by the celebration cf holy communion and evensong at

Kovembar

7

:

4.

:iO

A

special

effort is being ni%de by to attend thaaa aarvices the third aanivaraary oC the advent of Rav. and Mra. P. Com ley, ul the vicarage of Metchoaln. William Head. Rocky I'olnt. Sooke and Albert

the

a.s

district la

It

Head I'urinK

the

three

year.«i

\ icar end his wife Jiav «• district they hav^ .Icne

that

rcuded

in

the the

much

to endear themsclvea to the hearta of their

."irtedly

in

and cricket, and

tennl.'*

Seek More

and reby hia Much, time la sp<^ii: by the vioar and Mra. Comley in vlaltlng peop.->

their parishioners, this being a big Item, the parish being «o large anil ."inead over so large a tract of country; no bad weather, either rain hall

or anow. or bad road rondltiona detora them from tbelr purpoae of. halplng othera, whathar In aidknaaa or health, sorrow or happinem. It is then, with heartfelt sincerity, that the renlilenls of the |iarishr« of Kev. and Mr«i Comley wish them both "many happ.\ returns."

in

motor

than

simpLy perfecuan as a LulnicaUng film

oil



evoy

fabricating

quMf

til.

KOTAIi

ROYAL OAK,

OAK

A

—A

Oct. SI

large

•,(, i;'

"Uniuu

attendance and keen competition for the prir,e.<< given marked the second o' a seriei^ of card parties hcinx held this Winter un
Rscftfcfi

rxjvnfs

Iirniir.i'

:'t

Oil

laciiitics pciniiLUiiij;

and

producc it. backed by of the most exhaustive

coficiuiivc tests.

A

duiuble, fine- film resuiu, penetrating to tBctittg tine tootor't eVttjr iiMMviiig part*

membera and frlenda. The affair,, which waa convened by Mra. Raven

Bvery drop

an^ took place at her reaidence. East Road, Ktk Lake, oa Tueaday evening, was most succes.«ful. Royal Oak Women's Institute will hold Its regul.'ir monthly meeting Wednesday. on Norcmber 7. at

m netr to

erfection

and pro-

m m Juhriemtini

p fi^tn^ mm tttaSgm mntnr

it

Blin aa ntodfrn

oil.

But that k more to lopk for ia your oiL

Two

o'clock in the Institute rooms at Oak. The meeting la being held a weak earlier than ttanal to allow mamhara aa opportunity ta take part In tha Potato Pair the following week. Several Items of butllneas will he dierusaed. and Mrs. NorriB will addres" the meeting on publicity work as connected with tha

"2

will fi,

is All

motor oua, as

Carbons'' Flinty, Hard '

all oil

makcis iuiow, depotit lome

flinty,

hard

oarboiuuxout residue.

One kind it gritty, and tcratch

—hard enough to tcore

ringi, pittobt, vaWca and bearinii. It hit a tendency to ding. It actt as an abrative cautfag pro ignition foUowifl^ rf-<< [rtmri'lr^rrr^i itrt*"*! I' wear is ij;? Mil.:; tlip spark. Itcoii'M .|'.4:k piiu;' '-h'!'

qrtifidcrt

,

In-

hold Itf regular monthly at

o'l

3

Roy Avenue. agenda

li

It.n

Noroom^

An

Inter-

.Tfternoon, c

U

in

fnWiuitr

of

ipi r<;siuii results Ifom Lost valve heads and seatt. r

;

It is eofter

Tha

la !«oc

Aap V«aife Phrt

ruutm

4epOtlted

faa

DRY

>

MARTIWf

WarwIckahlrV. where Counteaa Warwick :s the Hoviaiist casdliata. la that white both tha Uberal and Conaandldataa servathra ara working hard, the counteaa hsraalf haa not appeared In pobllc In tha iaaatltu* eney Week. this Hat aSppaftaffl^ however, are busy. "It is a practical demonatratloa af the profound democratic Sodallatia of letting the other fellow the work," unkind critlea raaark. Ideal

la fluffy,

of tu

»oft.

bim out «M tlM

toachr^ « amallfT quantities than thr it

.i .t

t

hn

cause

amr* Hit

kind.

.

A,

^

km

awDtr tfotlbiw aw dbalMtsd Haoce ta its ttrvlet as a ptriMt htbtlomnt,

by it

hi

addWoa

Por ittoatti first -class

garages aud

aci vicc atatauiis.

iiwun Oil C<)i

I

ipgaiy

da



lackyard of her hoaaa. ala-)raar-aid Jean (iitahrlat waa fdtAly ydaiarday.

in

oTit

than the metal

nin thousands of xntles fartbrr withrn:? prr-icnttioo, shoct* Circuiting, or loss o( powsr through impaired coinprewon.

•a AcMh at Play ST. CATHARINR8. Ont Oct ai alothlng igniting from a candle, arhlla she waa playlag houaa in tha

TliM MlTertkeraent ia B«t poblMi«d or dbplajed hj tk« LH|aor Coatrol BoMd by lh« QovcfMMBt of Britiill CoU»bia.

accuouilation around

Cam

I.ONM)ON'. Oct II A cuiloua feature of the hy-eloctlon in the Warwick and Ijeamlngton division of

'

its

The Other Kind residue iru«n Aristo Oil

HER 0Pl*0NLN i5 iALK

BRAND

'

)>ii«ine<«ii

The

ar

w

Cad-Uvar

during the

matters is to ba coaaldared and a large attendance la reaa^ad.

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enum—

tatal

1172,000.000. Despite the succeaa of the recent Issue of l>cni;tiion (;,nernntent bonds only from t50 ooo.itoo to < SOe.OOO.OOO worth of tho inaue waa ci nverted This left a bibinee approximately of {<> $11S.OOO,000 which about It, 500,000 intaraat muat ha added.

daughter of

«. Mary'a Church, Metchoaln.

eatlng

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t

Mt eM>

tomorrow

MBTCHOSIN.

ori

par f«v fmmr tlft.w

tan

wlM ili

maturing

to go towardi defraying the expenae of the improvament to the baaemeat of tha ohureh.

meeting on TiieBd«\

Humi.B

iBOtll

t««

Bonda

1

OVER~

AGITATION

.ind

continue,! unlii 7:30. About 160 persons attended After supper a delightful community sing took place. In the couraa of the evening Rev. E. M. Cook announced the proeaada af the ailvar collactlon, |iS, which waa

I>«pMt-

l it

axcbaaga,. 4ha auraharga oa fralgrht hvalaaaa ramaiha at 1 par aant.

LONDON, aud-

Draw

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SI.—ma

Oct.

ItlS Vlotcry bonda

ixeo bestowed

ti.->

I

lluiMln^ aud

vert their holdlnga.

post

»•

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l>anK-Iitc«l

Krlcndt IjCaVCO Muabar of Mehmvea

den death of Mrs. K. Lloyd, of Mount LlewelU evenioR. last 'Duiraday niaiiv was a grtai hIiocIv 1
vember

p«icb

»3

COCKTAILS

OTTAWA.

I. Ml.it

OIK

iitaii

ment of Flnanoa taaMtrav Vlll par more than SIIO.MO.M* fcildOWi •(

SI.—Vha hunger atrlka In tha JnUa ia mptdly aomlns to an and. It la offlalally anaoanaad

m V

1

hatra

t|Mii,,i

t

Mor«-

but na eUjr aapirtng to the Savamad by a tf oliBgaa a

DUBLIN.

wo

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11.,

Holdrrv

HMEd nMuror af

amaU tavM

REDEEMINIi

1918 VICTORY BONUS

41.— Thla

V\mM and Month TroaMe
CHKMAINU8.

stitute

VavMalleda* aaaaalaja. agpatfaaa Haa fbe t^titt

imnrmmr

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I

••late. iH t w

OHAWA

cent

mmy

or

|

the latr J. J. Colman, M.P.. a member of a moatard making firm.

buaiiieB» will be p«r cent. Inatead of 2 per

anuWBKRRT VAUB

HAT SILK MRAMD Mirliii

1

CATTLE DlSEASt RESPtXTED LADY DIES AT CHEMAINUS

The Strawberry Vale Women's

here' Th« crewnlag aacceaa at a lifelong blend of rare eocktalla A maaterfal biead af the flaeat ll«aara nad lla«a«ra tha» ever aaaie aat af yraaca. Italy. Bpaia and Xaglaad.

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a nee o f balas iii.^"i ii4a hlthp

upon M

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Tti-

I'.iaseiiger

institute.

It's

Eitralry

14

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woman

muNorn

In

iiiday

i.-,i

riii-hed

the Nanalmo hoapltal, where he roportad to ba pfograaatag lavorabir tawardir raeovary. to

Price

Eilrtlty

1

work

flrat

He vera I

the Ca-

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haa tha honor of aamtngk the

Royal

at a

ul»o dr set to

city

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the

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so cementing the frlrndahlp gird which !• felt for him

lniu#ed

O. Bpanear, L4d., have acquired the

Colds Toothache Earache

ii

^nu' )>v aa automobila on Monday, driven Mr. P. Chrfatar. Slaton atraat. Mr avoid to cbflatar. In endeavoring ooUlaion with a group of ohildren wflar wara on the road, struck the IMtle Harrison ho v. who waa aomeio..i>. -.f.i. T. hn III l.'^ter atopped Ml ftS.'llstH nce hl> lai riiileie.l ) \ r I

NORWICH,

mm

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SI.—A deal haa eonaamniated whereby the

baan



arm, and

left

hrulaea. aa tha taaalt of h

t>e

nOM.W IS MADE LORD MA YOR

ill-.>

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broken

o

'I'liev

tha aappoaad aINndara.

to trace

Order of Railway b<»ar«l Ht-garding KacliaBgc UB liiirriuKUtnal Uiutlla Vary

h>-.i

-iti.i.

Held at Naaooae

Grand

Accept only an "unbroken packaj;e" of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains directions and dote worked out by physldahs durinf 33 years and proved safe by mnilons fof

«i

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blame

II,,

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that police datac\lvea

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all

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ANAIMO BUSINESS

If u.

II

Abpiiin

II ft

II

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Mllowinx

lioi?«le.l

partahionera. who hold tham both in "• ' high aatawir' • Not oiiily deaa Mr. Coniley lonl< after the spiritual affairs of his flo< K. lit enters Into the spr r'inc: mid social clement as well. Joininac whole-

PLANS TO EXTEND

"Bayer** on tablets, you

1'

the

ot'

of the Institute should be congratulated on their excellent work during tha paat faw montha in getting ao many ^landld apaakera. paying great tribata to tha aaeMlanoa of Profeaaor

UNLESS you

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)

inn '

anyuiia fur the cauaa of the uceidem niar raeoanaasdad that In future tha hcafc agratoM af halatlM ha replaaad wHh tha tatar math*4 9t valng toaga. William Harrison, thraa-year-old :>on of Mr and Mrs. Wm. Harrison. Chatte Itlv.-r lien In the local hospital he h»-.ld. alxiul ftuffetlilK fi'iii it.'*

niuakmelon aa grown at .Mom real, and at the Experimental Farm, which

touched on the

Aspirin

f

.

Supper coninienc(.1

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NO RtASON FOR

gtltUtc

IMPilOyES IN VALUE FIKST

I w h ..

1923

1.

CANADIAN DOLLAR

Vancouver Island

for a trimi nt^mHrngm of

SE£li

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER

DATT Y COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.

Tfir.

Aristo Motor Oil

4

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ffijiwi w. i

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The

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int

tlft*

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the lateat Inauguration in England in an the canals. By meann of ovrrhraH wirat

hoffv ot yoilis

thrtt

',

(

the oHuial nica»urenicnl»

clactrtfy,

boat»araabl« Co travel

I)

horns ot •ludcnts to rt Dr. Barton, writer of Health artirlrs, whilr hr wa« makingr

yelie
rxprrimcnt tO

Page ^

Colonist's Pictorial

Qmndiaa

eaatlyt'of tho

a «>«cxl oi iour nulca per hour

pel*

vnult from position

a

The autumn ocean wind* werr

rc-

raeerd

dancers, prefer

ahakjr

ofM. rri tvhtir leaving the held atter Jockey Slrvc DonaKhue was guardcH by a forcr of sprcial Papyrus and Zev, the American thre*lha international race betwesen the Lnglieh Derby winner

i

lahil

is m.

hiltrr.

hut

thr

thrrr

Duncan

have just arrived on this contment from f-ranc^ tanda of Loag Beach to the r^earsal studioe pnHUdai

^who

away with the ball during thr polo match DttbUa nad MeatU. at Pkoeai» Park. Dublin

Thia' player got well

for thrin

awaiting the arrival of Ae American boat Columbia. wUdi Ihr .hallengrr It dtfaaiw «f fha fhhrrm-r" trophv Elizabeth Howard during the triait

meet the Bluenose.

1

Whoop eel Weetem moCit in evening gownat Thie vrfvet diaaar dtaea k trimmed with ni ,ikey fur and long pi
^ilvf-r

Writ

somewhat

alter the style of cowbojrs.

an« oi Oberammergau. world tamed, as the performeT of Christ in the Paasion Playn of 1^)00. I'^IO and l^J?? i"* hriiiKlnK « parly of thirty craftsmen to this continent to

Anton youths use them to make thru kitp«. Bills of live thoiMMld denomination makr up the Mul.' wiuli tlioii of nnf> thousand denowii—tian niak r

ui>

the

exhibit carvfogs

tail.

Uhil<-

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m wood. Hb

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rr^t o|

f

t>Kianri

if»

thinking "f

liresidcs, the people of Guernsey tha arfvaalacaa of a eeaaide reeort.

still

warm enjoy to

Owing

i|§ groKr;»[ihir al pnnitioti thr «pof g«?tS t}i,in il« thrtir 111 v.i%Trr« wr.jthrr

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Thu is where banta Claus gets some ut his Under the hande of aged hmiates of toys. tame old men • home«. loy«l are Ueinjj fiith lonad that Vill brmg many a cry of cheer and gfadnees on Christmas

mom.

atclnimcd

of thr greateet tennis play-

afa ia Hm world, le shoWa at tha height of his famoii« «' '

!

WM^only

K>'i to

ridei«t||«Ti

Plate race at Newtunrkec, l9 ajiaed «Urt«

Ovarboaid with ,1

he

1

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i

full

is

one

of the

etunu Uncle

5am

etuus^ Liub.

,

zsissac

ie

haading out to hie

iaiaafcrjr

on

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arcuatonied lo meetinB pub

employment In ator.- m V\rM.«'ny-.^____^____ ___

like

learn btialneaa. Minall wagea lo atari F. O. Box 211.

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can

art

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a^iivVd

Of California. Hmlth of Smith,

ClAfAULB woman

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v. Marjorta,

Mlaaea

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far tarm.

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child

caa aajoy all tha aoclal aad odueatloaai advaataKOO «a ottor far |M par aaaum. |tJ

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II

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a.„a. kanda

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T,

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Phaos HIT

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New l"f

Biabi

far

fkoaa Ik

aervica.

ei»ii

I

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thank hia

AUTUMN

f

im—

SpHBg-aowB

aad

Plants

aiamloai luua. Mbaa 41% paaaaU sou galnsa mora IBe koaora that aay ackwoi lu v icivrl4k. Hooiiata " • keld manmly ftaa, akd mmb »• -

^

puplla

Bruad

lia«

black

aull 144.

Pbona

-

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till

la4>

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aluvea.' kiiapH

and

wBDurc,

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AT ktudaata

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an

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lilt Qmadra ttroot

aaa

MAJ46«wi.4.'«.~uuiTAli.

atrtacad laatramaaio taa«fel hp W. O. Plowriaku 111! Braad^maeat. i aai lllk Maa(% > l« k ».a4.: Mao paoaa IIIIYI. ^alur>laya I la I. Ill 'i/t^iauis Mlnglog aad ptana. u. J. Uuvarninant kt. till Knaba siaiid

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ntiu

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MIRS

Bladlo. 411 HItiben Mone

A

piano Virgil taiea Mrerl

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planolarie and

of

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I'hor.e

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lluta.

l

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M. ITIIR.

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AttSaM.

IN A UORDON, Mlkd ••• h aad elalia.

oal.



Iha

"UOar. silver cheoae apaea, etc

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n a

Orchaatra

<:<'id

:4:i) ;4:i)

Ill

_

taiaar of the KIrst ann rfKi.r'sn Church will be fonaally ial

1 <

Presby

I'll

A

.

wanted

iistrM:

REGINALD

opened

Haturday. November I. at I P Nellie ma^ad Caaadlaa aaikoress. Mra. h« .eM.^J A ««fMana aappar will fSiSi. " la^Rad. ai • ».Sk, ta aMcB aU sn carSlalllf

madslliat Toronto ( Rd Oak Bay. Phoae 7j:al.:

urrle

,

Admlsalnn.

of piano ollege of 6Iiib|c

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N.

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araand

plana),

likkia.

Box I.

Mna Homes

Phoae

r yii.rteil. open for

.uu.vns anaacad.

Oorge

4ltT, Cokinlat.

Pbeao

iMeOtll),

til.

end

IN

vleMed

CBrefnt

Ka.-ei»«

Phone

street

y

iini

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jn

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CLOTUINO bwi a» Pfeaalac #kn BtrfM

.

partlculara, or regleisr your U. Roblnaon, HIT Broad.

1.1URNISHBD.

In

roaai^ Ur«a Uvla«-ra

I

IM SMMb.

excellent view; year*a ftul: ito Reach Drive.

A

llill

MhS.

I'hone till.

reduced.

.-^oui

liarkalns.

V\

Phone

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teat |4.6«;

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8i.

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Britain.

Why

your roof leahT

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lo

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let,

Phone

quiet looatlaB.

III,

or la.

4!iiaU.

room

with

and

III-

I'hone

broakfust.

fireplace;

loard; ird;

L-^NOMMH baby

baggy, go carls from |l Bp.

new

paired,

Port

ho<»d

hw

lat

like

new,

with beautifully furnlahed home, Imaicil, will board and lodge low ral.-p. Htandard of h' giiarante^d cqiiHl In thai of baol I'osrdlng heuaea. Bo« 4 HI, C plonlat.

.'direct.

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or

phone

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Sale dhoigun. II gaasa. I. d b.. 116. rifl*. If rai

haminar14,

rifle

Kodak, 111: prIam tiaaaea. Ill 44, marina taleeeope, tl.M; koai spirit compasa. 17 It: pocket watek oempaaaaa lilt: oamplo aaltoaaea. ll.TI; real .11-11.

11114;

poaicard

leaihar vallaao. leather glovea lie: playing earda, lie: boy'a hicycla. It It; new ruter (Irea. |l T^. Knallah nil lamp*, tl 14. apactaelea ta Hi aay elchi. from lie Jacob

New wad Saooadhaad atore, Isi J^aaB^^Bl,. I Baaak Maw BaaafBaMM sc Aaroaaoa'a

hi, Til Tales

Kiraat.

r

TXJR Salo—Or piapak •laaa. with MB muslei Milk Gail avsaM«^

Bay Mvad.

baataeao

for

k;

K WOl.P

i.,''TH > rniiiiis.

and

I;

1

neaullfully

ear

f

umlahe«l

furnlahed

IS??

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Bldg^



Rent l-roomed ami liorilnn

K.

a

'''^'^'"1^ tel.

bungalow, corner Roada, fit

ILxl

HOUSBB.

vater.

I

rad

raraiahad

aaS

roat

tar

"K

I'l-'iii

rooms,

UFFKT.T

nSSa

i-ROOMBD fully furnished liouse, rentrml, 8 nMr^a^J^j|£l^^K^r^U^£hon^^l3lj

rUPpiBS;

Vorp Sat

kaaaa

Oavktaaaal

1



Kernwood High near and rooms. psrtly rurnlahrd. S< hool. 7 Ill: Johnaon Street. 6 rooma. tlO. Maaon Rtroot. I rooma. 111. It: Ragent St.. I rooma Ave.. I rooma. III; Cad114.11:, Oak Bay boro Bay, T roomA tally modern, high locatlor. acre gardea, |4I: Dmil kt.. Oak bay. 7 rooma. |46: MearoCor kt.. I rooma. hot water heat. 111. Alfrad Carmlchael A Co., i.iiniied, 114 part BirooL gas roatral; 4> OR 4 roemA m4>derate,

ROOiraO hanaalow. modern,

loae

i

In.

I- roomed ment. III. It per month. bungalow, near Oak Hay car Itao, MI.M bungal Robert f:rubb A Baa. Mabaa per m month.

bai

Oovemmant

MrKRNBtB

44

1

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M

HI

Itt

rooma

«

rooms. |i:

4

St.,

.

6

.

rooms,

116 447 Corn-

|l? 64.

.'»;« |'n csrlln «t

1141

60.

Bumalda Rd

iM

rooms.

7

r<,ofn».

4

.

Street

SI,

rooms.

HI.,

Klft'.i

4

7

rootns. i;4.

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17

'7

l>»

Hlllald".

II4>

|;4.

6

111. apartments. rooms, furnished. 1J4 Pemberlon Hldg

l-room 111 Courtney St., 4

Ala«»

III.lt.

Ixinford's

tarwta.

Head.

Ltd..

ROOMP,

7

High School.

WAKm

TO

renovate. I, near

ni-wly

Apply

211

Kernwood

«

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WA1«TKI>— Dnfaralabad

F

I

IllX'"

ll.M>>Ul^U

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A

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eloae

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for In,

qalet

a

lekkl l ea,

Phoae Mra BdwardA 4»41R. iOMPORTABLB rwam In private

.

Cadillac 1. Twin Hlx PaabafC 16. Ktudebakap I onimerce Truck, chiiniem lyrics I7-II>, and sM mtier makes of 4iar^ " t aad ll-Vblt Uaiisries. like aa^-^ l.nxlngtoa.

Pard OaMvery,

puppies.

CuluDlSl.

1124

CMEVKOLET

months

I

H.

M

old,

Novambar,

fresh

i.t

—A

qoantlly of purebred R.I.R. I^IOR pullets, slso Wysndotte and Lofhern. March and April hatch. oBO MaoaaP'^llarrta olngle horee plough and cultivator. C. B. White, Deep Cove, kidney Rale

^1

Is

4

KILLED

KKKSII

this atore you will gel It ai
at

and

<

Oovemment standard

kin from atock la keep

aevernmeni

In

rBBSH— NOT

nK.\.\.

t,,

coi.n xTOBAOfl. Market Market.

city

Btare

aad Mala k'Phaaa- IMS,

for

aad Macllok ball pupplea for oale.

terrier

tow

Mulr.

a

terrier

Make Tour Own Poultry Paoda A to Keed Them." bv

10

Mow

and

.T.

new boob with complete formulas

for mixing all the fineat feedo. Alao aparlAl general latent articles on maaacoaiant, treslment of poultry dla^BBea, brooding of young chicks, with nole« on iheir poaalble ailments and a theory of aei lantrol In poult rv I'ri' e One Oollsr, poa( psid, A. I. Vancouver. B,C, .lohiiaon A Co. LjI d

'

tor

peraoa or lavmid.

elderty

flat,

eakia:

Pboaa

J^d H OLkiUUHUnMO

t%»m

la

sMaaia

near baa Siraac

aad

and

BT

A

BMA

Palated Paiato4

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S 4 4>r —OVBrLaND Roadatar, qPHt*^) tlonad, iliidal 14. KM

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bl«>U

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flret-claoa

la

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U'uiing.

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palated. Bra caod cord Oft 1 r^k with new car guarantee w' I'rt" DolxiK roi MI.Ntl. ssme s« ne* e»rry raaperl. Ova goo
llres.

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equipped 14|a>a)

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condltlaa,

atlh t»v» Urea -IQ-I 4 OVKRLAND

In

STklMk ^Itft/

m

TOURING,

fe«|

7I(

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good running eondlHon. wllh almoni a new eel of tlrtt

qpl IkP

Rl'SkBM.-KNinHT n>URIN<) In 101.i i-'ri*^ real good merhalilA #Or./| dPa-sm condition. Oead Uraa JAMBBQit MOTORS, LTD. -

row,

due;

tfolatoln

Pbaao CatkWl ta

alao h eifer.

cow,

MM.

tit Braathlaa Straot

dUO|

We

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K

wooka

old,

»f.

i|V4 K Jareav Aviary — Hars Belelea Bailee eaaartes

Asalr

gnn
It

roRD TOtrRINn. Thik ear morbaalcal ordar, body la ihiili sNirbiis A,

la

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Rood Of

aad

nil PORD ROADSTKR. baalod;

lilt

7b

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at

4 aood Tbfa

Malirea

bean over, body In food

.luot

and " 4

one male aad- oae femala, ataa aaa ata aiaathp aid. Aaaiy Mrs RurbldBO. Bapal Oak P.O. Phaaa lg sfcllni

atock

_

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SKVIcn

have aeVeral

s s •

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Here

la

a

rar that wilt aoUe your delivery pmklema. In splendid running order and good lire., WHh roomv hot on haek, I'elf il*^** starter Don't overlook this one al V'aaseJ

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tSM Wa

Me

fcirda

al'

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tkal

farpet

ktv

terma kra tha

laweM ar SBPITMB dwior

la 9JG.

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l-aaalar far aalA

»

n

SI.M

pontleman would take care of

KK.N

Ckm.

Ba t tfaBigai

Bas

ITYIk

Ill

Phaaa IM*

Tatea Straat

o

Wa

ta pa#

far

aOMB SNAPS Oae nUPMOBILB.

COST ctoaa

1

6

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ArOMPLBTBLT b'

IB

undtlloned.

e-^

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TO

ll

ly f

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ISM Oladotoao

|

/^MPORTABt.B

and IADT J hoaaa <

IB

tourtaa. TX—<^HEVK01JCT reao adllloaad. IkU

tlraa

JOHN HAY

f>treet

to

OBNVIMB BEST OUALtTT BOOB.

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aa la

laanaa,

U 1— PORD toarlas. ThIa «BP order. 1111 wadaL CHEVHOIJCT luurlnc

<

'

a Refular Cuata ai er

want

really

graded

LTD. BtA

Van<.-ottVar

eiT Ttow RtpaM

POULTRY

I

la

UdUD (.ARB r^Q—CHBVKOLJCT tauriai.

IJ^^^Q—

GOVBIINMENT BTRBBT MABKVT

Scotck

View and

Cor.

tt>>r^ll—<=l'BT''t>UIT ^w«Hf all aaa

Hale—One Jemey family cow. Pbene

trence

to

aPBCIAL PKICKk ON

*

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customer

*

HUMPHR1K8 MOTORS.

K. 111.

A.

UtA

raalatared Klrot prMo blaek Persisn atud eat. bred from the boat Knsiiah atoek. Prtko rtaktaBbla. Phaaa Col, lilt/. 2i7L. Miok PaaaiBBiaaa B-MTd., Royal oak.

Satsiried

It'^Tr^

C'JTLn

XH_>Ocf

|46t--Ui>D- KoRI> Oil'" Ton Truck Chassis. Kasy terms on any car.

lay

to

'

you

Juat

Kux,

JUiLUtrS OARAQB Pkoao »ll I'MK.n CAft BAntiAINB |l«9— D'jDOE Urothere' 'louring.

PIttea,

Phone I411L1. harua

LI^OR Hale

touriBB,

good

fairly price.

In

OVKRLAND

II

gallons,

car.

t'll,

— .-^

I

make and

hiale

ahape,

•Ml

I'oiontNi.

4iil, -

Thia ear

—A

four

Box

,

vT

">

ar Chevrolet; owner, no

faa«y prtaaa. \BrANTBD— Used

and pea K.M.Ot Ka. I,

starting

Just

UN K IK

J

I'hos

WANT1U>—dnpnS

I

I

"MR

for

order

hunting atock. I

OARAOB

PACtrro (Ask

View dtreel

141

pulleta at Tb« Saoelal avallakle.

pulleia.

Hale

XTHMt

We

Huaaeil-KnighVll^Ba.

IITI.

0044dltlOn

boma

«I161>

I'hone

1700.

PAUTk for D-41 Buick, UudsoB USED Super Blx. OvarUad M, OodSk. OBa««

West kaanlch Road. MikIi see R. Red and White

d'llier

baapa; aiaat have

KUKMit»tua> utx

IS

iimf room to cook laa l« de

b».l

/ *

I

lill

Apply Box 4t^l. Coloa ka.

U .ANTKI» To 1

Pban e

parrai

C Cooke. Lake Hill handaome English setter 1 dec, 14 moBtha oM; naed the keclaninc of tkia aeaaon. Will make aa Al bird doc 712 Lampoon Htreot. Kaqulmalt, B.C. I^V>R Sale— Pursbred (Juernaey cow, rich

or mare raoaiA aaltabW for room ing kooaa. In kood laeallty, en or near car ine.

i^der.

Ml

Lepkem

seller

Leghorn

(VJit

14

l

CAMERON

W. KRANK.

l.ANfi tpasaaager eloctrla It brouxhain. wiOi aoli,t i.ii'.er Mitiasa: alaa Dclroii ii>n»nio iharxinx plant. ID perfect

l.ake.

ShU

Y.'^OR Will

Apply Ilk r-nok m.

^n««.

aoatrai.

716

iMI «B«

a(

still

good

from I'rospect

kidney.

.-.n.x

p m.

lo

ni

HUPMoBILk

St.

The

Rent, iwfumlahad l-room bunralow, near sea, on Oliver Street. Phono

haa till Overland

oity

from 1:30 p

KAItcH

tut.

Kggs

Pemberlon nidg. SMI Co4ay

Mr«*«.

Pboae 411

air.

good order. wlt^ **t»," Jn good fllAA Tbia la one of those deair. sbla, small economical models, using Halve only t.'OO urea, Md.AUiilU.IN Kour delivery, all in good running order Bad equipped with cord tureo. only 176. CHBVKOl.KT. li:t, running order; B0e4la only |2tt. aekM WarV

r

If

Ill

leaving

free

QVERLANO

besvle* prices paid for poultry, BKHPoultry I'booa Karm. 4:1 Dallaa Road.

A

Rent- 4 room collage, |1l. Phone 60t4l, Hill Rood.

aad

ovorkaoiod aad palated. Miap at l-paaa Make

lOld l&c Blure)

nished. 126. Punford's Ltd.

III.

auaiovuraa

BBPAlBd

fine rent car

faaMii

putlela. |1 60 T W, PalaMT.. Vlcl<,ria I'honr 7441.

XJKATI

X

o WNUR

ahap^

perfect

RUSSSLL-KNIUUT.

saa4L

nafarnlahad,

nrransfl 1 room Y a psriiiien's, ihroom, hot and cold water, rent 111 balh month Including water,

your

tin.

In

t^araga.

sMpa*iea

UasL

oat arrived.

lilt

Sli:vBRAL nnfamlohod baaaja from 111 II; fur 4 room, * room, feralkhod. tH:

m

hoard

t7

AT BIRD AMI PBT SHOP

PBKINBSB

per

$17

every comfort; I'hone UIJL.

liiwarocK

poei/TRY

3i7IX.

and

etlrertlve.

fnraldbad baaea, brldbt all medera eonvon4-

«i«

im fvial

s

1I24R.

ad

Room

--

for

;

fillW Ri lOMKP house. ? complete suites R'lOMKn <^ month Robert per fiiml»h,.d $30 Pireel. t Cr t;ruhb A Son. Mahon Rio'U

I.'V.iR

aa~

tar aala

A aaaaB.

At

Klx."

a

Phone

cheap

sale

for

O

ASPtY

Cordon Head UK.

Hill,

rnia

I

Overland,

MULLaHU's

(^"J"

MiPsMa Avoaaa.

at'

la II

-reeai

4

of

LImrd-Toaag Phone 4111.

Phone ITISO

llumkAtdt.

Winter rates: Kslrfleld

\J

hi

We

f'

room sn.l loard CIY OOD Phone home comfort N'li KI T



'Ohslter

I'so

so^ertv nii>del

furnlahed cottage, with bathron

4^-ROOM

milker, third calf.

bungalows and bouoea for phane tka Victoria Baaltp Oks may hayo what you waat. tlS-tf

roat, Itll.

ItllL

li-hardaon.

I

,

IJ'i

fnall]

,'4in.'4T-CLAS8 aeeaiamadatloa, furnare, osa* SNa, r.«

• 14

'otlad"-

list

"

VIrlor rooms.

r^BAX

a:

fared at a aaarlSae; ataa aaal la At eoadtttoa. APPI7 »o tTMfta

riodi'rn

Y.XJII a

wall

aaartera

ionr ;,]||R.

III

F'issra uSUI^XiUtaritSA^] 71IIU ^^ooi»

room and board, near car. phone

6J1.

kala—ak
oo4B fort;

H.>VF*>nTA«t.B I

1

heatlOK Isrg,. bulldinc or apari. App|\ Col.)(ri a. .ii Uroughhouae

f'trerl,

or

(

hot

sec llcvnal

for

meni

home

ra

.:<94R.

Colonial.

IdesI

Y^^on Rent — Poul Bey waterfro watarfront

RIo'-k.

COMPORT A BI.IB every

lit.

u. r er tlttR.

U

-

Phone

St.

TO RBNT—4iOmBI Applp ATBBBB-BOOacaO

(lOHPORTABUB

'Sale-

Cheap ip

North Park

^

<

Kngllsh Te\»r sold watch snd ihaln, watch lA carat, ihaln 14 rarMi. lie 6-0 To lo! «ern b> appointment. Iiox

able

lrlend.4

room and board. In prlfrom vsfe hoai* oa ear llaos I mlaaioa " * ciiv Hall: PlHiaa loa pcatarraS.





3P.OOMK

lUIng

'

."talei llood open lt^a»^Falao fire I.Vlll baahet, imxIlH In., |l. Phoae TI4IR.

wstcr

centrally

'

four

'

kale

alttmg141

aulteo,

(lorPl.K

r-

714

l^'*
I^Vm

faring Beacon Hill l.ake.

room; board: cloaa tat Plmroe Bl. tl44R.

ti: 60,

Rt.

distance from city Well fiirnnsuite. ' every nlahed 6 roomed Ih.m* &41«X. veniini*'. neparate rnlrancr

I'fcwie.

><,itxlaa

I

Baby bafclea BBS tlria Clly Mart.

..

ENUl.iatl

Apply 141 Michigan

St

perio--

rpo

ure liM h dcaali'i>,

LATi:

'

fumsr,

furnlnhed,

follv

house,

and flreplaie; Kslrticld. immediate pos , t! Phone neasion Wl!l give lease i

.-

WA1,KIN
|i60.

pleaa-

1

»-ROOMKI>

'AI.NCT,

BACHBbUll

it

Raotlttg 7 till

BaMoa,

Mil

three-roomed aulta, bath, etc coal and wood range, daa, SreIll place, private entrance, clnae In.

A*a.— Rea m

14% Prino aidsa

<««12.

IlKA' ONIIUnST. > IrnaH

to

aot ha«e

X

fVKi

Bon"^ccoBI),

.Cverlaotle

l.ri— KarnisDaO convenient vary Phone 4111 \a'ee

r|V< riv<

montli,

Phone 430IK

1111.

J L'hesper than shingles. Phone 111* Prior 81 real.

X

I*

Dader aew labado PkOBi

WBlta

boar,

Mre.

4',"

Okaaacaa apptoa

KenalngtoB, IIIH Paadora AroBM a Kurnlahed aulte for rent. Phone l4(IO. Adults only.

llllahv

ANICB

aaie:

aiM'

tear rooma and bath, Sreplace, paa, gar oca. Ill
rity.

J

rpBB

firsl-

aalo,

make drIvlBf a

,'HJRD car owners I.^'HJRl)

Ot.

I^"*»R

BOAJ4a«

buuaa, 141 BcClura Street,

V.NICK

Box

to roadk.

clooo

ream P.O. iPIfEAD eewlng marhlnaa, Til YatoA only III.

BLL-PURNISHKD

Melene Apartmratoi It! Ooariaoy Oathadralt. Maaaakaaplkk loppoeite O alee APBWeach reomA einaie aad aa aaHai k adr aaiaa IIIIO.

tvntral

I-

AAU

v_

_

w

isil

^T.

on

lift,

]\AN POUPARD

v^l

phone

aala

for

home akd foad board tor oae two respectable yoaag men. eloeo Pbene lillR. _

real

for

Pteoaa

delivery,

iisni

Kor qutck

Apply Clarkkoa'B Auto Paiat Skapt itl Port Btroot. Btroat.

III VlatP tlMkl

RIdg.

A aew ahlpoMBt

iiJH Ma/- rur «Iia>J for ^ppolal

Apartmeoi.

iLVMI'lC

o

ID

VIcioriB

nil.

J^RIQHT llmbor



Apartmeata Modem, coay. f uraiaSgd aa*. aalmBkriiaS nkita.

Btsbed kat. meat.



CllH'k,

1114.

roaaadamaat.

Oddy'a.

a

UX.

sultoa: aioo rooma, heated: weak, moalh. 711 Pandora. IIIIO.

>

IKI.ANP

\V

FIX**' allmlaataa that ahudotnaatlon In your

cords,

l.flOO

ti>n

aay

ta

_

HOOkl

car.

fionuwooD— Rtandkls

pi

Pbona

order.

Woollati,

etc.

abakinc

drrlng.



good

rooms.

with

table,

tl-tl.

Douglas HI. ITTIPUL chesterfield couoh; .nap for caah. Phone 7lltY.

('4HATTBR

'^i

— Puraltaro

to purchase, cummlaalon, antique

7

s



purchaae p

WA.VTIfiD

W-

Vlat ofla

T>

ClARLTON — Purnlabod ,

OUM.

aaallty eoMBta.

Brown.

Kord

U.

Junk Agaacy._^

New or bacciaa, cbaapoot la city. BABY ood aaeoaS-baad. Rapalr% aaw booaa.

-

4 711, ColDBlat.

Pandora Ave. V amount 1 0 \\;ANT*;1>— Mam wauhman a

W m. Allan, 1611 P.o»a kt. dusan. pure pork and kaot aauaaaea. WIU BEST llama' ka usage abop, 111 Port BUaot.

1

Bag

»

or Jars 16e per

from

sixesk

al

price

ll-roaateS

Alao •watar beat. |7I. Bacabafra A Co., |ll.

hot

bunaalow,

Rent Ruoxalow on seafront, I roomA furnished; t.hrllered garden; (lose lo Bay links. Mian Payne. Phone Sidney

BBd kva

<

YY^is

SAVORrS SEED kTORB

441 Johnaon

— (Ivan.

win. Al l, AT ANT ADURESS and pay hlKlieal pricea for kiKtlas, radA sfiwx, lumituro or aaytbinc oioa. tools, Top prli e« paid. Pho ne >HI .

kCflM^

gaa d olekk earptrta akd ruga Carpetorta tJa.. ill Port. t>uit
fumlabed— Modem

STnT liouae.

-X.

looms

UNKUR.N18HKD

highest prlaaa tor bottlek, furniture kf kkPthlkS Sluvea. tools. I'huaa IIM. Top pricea paid

yaar are all Urst kecure youre wblle the eupply


larat-

till.

WILL CALL AT AMT AOORBSS kkd WE y«y ras%

BBbT

Where

Pbona

w

rukber heela, 40o pair, put oa. Maa'a aataa aad haola. Il.ll. Ualy bast lakiBar H. Wblto, 1*11 BlkkakkTd Biroot. uBod.

for

flMahe

OkM

Htraat.

BVi^u^-

JOU^

wark.

Bay

ladt *jm»

kMiyuloa aad par la. la aap PkoM ISkt »«1 \Mtofy Vyaio Worka. Jon nson ftraot. Call B07 addraoa. ,'ANTBD OoBt'a ault, also II, tall: good

i.

BAKUAIN)!n

ifar yalktkia Cur

,

»

Iiule, jle. In good order l^lilT.V.NNlA range, lalaad Bxcbaase, 711 Kurt Snap. Ill

TklkphMM

i

a are vymm to buy «>MMS-a«MM Uuu vure. earpatA raasa^ o4a.

lOlJ

I'liontr

ltici s

l

Pbene

l-roomsu tiuncalow, faralahad. Oak Apply Day; cloae to BkaUac ASlSk 1464 Bdrdett Av eaua.

rrib

Apartinenia

best furnished In the city; four Phone 1114. 436 Michigan.

KV,R Sai< lluiUon A cla claai condition.

:lllft. resl171.

HNUU

— Largaat

MVU

C^TN-Ut.)

ac*.

close to i»i m

houae. l-hoee

Pemberioa Bld|.

101

11

111,1k

I

BKST

aBNTLBltBM'H dihcardud OUCfTMiMU BOUUUT WB CALL i*kUIT PBlCaS PAIU kUAMT A oa PMOWB 411 711 PORT kTRBKT

In

iiuiiiiht

I'ui;

Bear baadb aad Oak Bay Hotel: boadtlfkl vikW—FkraUriMA three ruom aulte. batbraaM. Phnne 1744. heat.

B'bm.icvue Conn.

r"M>m rh,in» «i:7

and

paid.

of lino.

lot

WK PAY

nil.

4111.

^

716.

ni i.i m.-, raga, tools, siuvrs, pr aaythlac elaa yuu wish to disposa of. Try ua. call anywaaro, aay time.

oanuMmB.

i

Home

fur, 14 Inchea by IITI-. price Ml.

worth

P ana

MjKKikl MS

alwaya be

lilt Kort. iiia'Lo colls

alau

Straot.

fur-

_

at.

est ^waaawB

BMIMfBI twr »aii.

heated,

:

~iiLL~ BLOCIcr bkk Bay, welt-faralahad Rakt fit. 1 rnomad aulta, ataam heated.

Phone

Cnlunl.^l

47SI.

lto«

denr'e, C. Uowell.

U.

Oak IS

AvaaM

B

auulauna, luuis auu uia at J aaak Aaikkaoa'a koo-

l.'lLlH ktrttlaa,

UoatlBBlloa Ph4>Ba l>aa

aplendid condiktovee, Now Is your chance. tion. Te Ulde Cruyilun rancas and furniture. l"'irri,

)

JSHI

laiaad BaaBaikta. Ilk Kort

klAMUMwo

boxor Of B-

to

range

hall's, •*

aaw,

All

I

rhon«

I

twr

l««iw

priaaai.

U

1

I.

ANUTUEH

.'^ii<

414

PBaaa 4NSB,

ApartmaBta, Llada*

modern, liament HIdga. nlahed, unfurnished suites.

1114.

tfturo. let Jokaaoa dt. Kka>e l»4. Haaiiaia— ruvao I4ba u y«a aavo aiiy lurnliuio yoa vlab lo diapaaa at. oar ierr«a>ai*uva wul aksi kkd aBar ear-

WOtjK lypowr typowrilce 114 in car N liKIt WOtJK MiKIt riHKc. Kliti- type). In p'crliTt cundltluik.

V.N' llOl)

Pboaa

Altl'Al.l-;

S\

il.s

J iuwitf,

Phone .\'

Duuglaa

\f,ni

4131.

aqulrtal stole

Ilka 11, 4464L.':.

at

good location; rea-

bungalow, |16: Oak Bay tU'l; near P4mberloa Road.

aulte:

Sayward BIdg. Phono APT?. Hoperlor (near Par-

14

4

part af bar houee.

In:

ODBIfN' furnished park and town

.sa>ward

BKHADWAV

prices paid for ladles', gentlemen's loud cUaa fnildriMis clotblBg. liuUOaMuld lini'ii

kl>tlat

rrllahle al

Ai^NDALB

tent

close

rent

roomed

APARTMENT U M. MaOakkM

Bkjl

1-url.

paid



aulta lo rent.

Oak Bay jaakUaa. memlagA

MM

B baT

.Vi

wlahes to

rurnlshad,

7111 .

Chaator. Kalrtlald.

Oilera lur Ucaia' Clalolag.

apecial

Al>Y

I

1-^

Vancouver 8L

4:i

pi 9,



and Vaaeouver.

:i

AK BAY

I.a

AT unfurnlah unfurnlahad

CLUTHINU

I

BAT, near Parliament Balldlnra klx-reom bungalow, larg
13,

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kalo— A»ary gas traMar, (•tkekpw W. MavUa.

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FLOORS

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per-

and

HOT

bathrooms, aunreem, WAT... . Inatalled; garage built In electric range keeping with the raat of the property; i^acra of cement driveway aad walk*. perfsclly kept garden: abundance of fruit and flowers, oak ireea and shrubbery Price View by appoluUaeat radueed to tlt.lOI.

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rms nn 7 per c«nl Interest. A hanre to keep cows and poultry; stabis for I bead, fin* chicken houaea aad raas. 8pl«ndi4 garden soli; numerous fruit treea *nd prolusion "mail fruitr;araav- and driveway, <

'iiniraloik Ixrc. pr'-iiiiy deslgMod, la A condition, Rntrsnce hall, bright 4 rgoms, i kaHrawNia witk clathea riaaeta. paa. naad*ra ••plara batkraani. ~" aak flraplaca. High taH kaaaiaeat. Tabm Realty Oa.. tl<
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altogether madern and attractive hoaae, beautifully laid out; h'ardwaed Saara, huge open fire, all kInda of built -In fsatama; pretty garden and garatrc;

Very low tasea.

14.100

^

Ij^lVK-ROOM up-lo-lhe-minute

Wrtlofa and Advertlslat

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IT IS THE FINB8T VIEW I.N VICTORIA" The house la wgll built and set . upon a fuundatlon. with full-slsed concrete windowa are leaded glaaa. All pan-*lled and bearitcd. open Llvlng-rouni All fireplace with mirrored maatal, etc Taaaa oaly tit a modern coBvaaleacaa. We can sell thla desirable home, year. complete, fur snd only (ullx furnished. t4.IOA < v c » with yoU. III p« mil n •

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winter soasen.

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Praparty wall faaa»d firat-ctaaa cMdttlea.

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t:4.IOI. nn Terms of |i:.iao ca*b. (Hulldlngs. stixk. Implements ang furniture alone worth the price aaked.

PRK'F.

.MILBS FROM CITT. PATBO ItOADA IH acrea garden, black bottom land.

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hillside wllh aniiihern eipoaure; 4 acre* tiai.ni' timber aad paature.

and

Tenders will be received OB BT ktilr* Thuraday, Noremher llth. Hit, al I a elMR for the erection and completion of a p m High H.hijerf Building lo b« ererfrd on In the Municipality of Oak

Cranmore^oad

Bay Krawinga and apeclScatloaa may ke aeak

at the oOlea af tka uadaratgaad.

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a*Mpt«A

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with l<>ench doora; large bright living and dining-room wHk graalta fireplace, bookcaaea buffet, etc., divided by arebway; (we large bedrooms wllh cintbaa eupboarda; bathroom 'In white pantry and kitchen, Full cement basement and laundry enamel walks. lot, eament I.srgiOn eaay jiiH THE GRIPPITH CO., LTD.. Ill-IOt terms. Phone Hit, Ustlng Hibbea-BMS Bids. No. UT*.

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agree whea yea laapeet thla alsemi-bnngalow. altuaied •

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a«MMar jmt

one of the cholceat parte nf the (i*k Hay except loiial y .Standing high, waterfront thla home has an unsurpaaaed view of the st(%lts and mouatalaa. and, aa many visitors

KAA MI4

H4l

tliai-aliald -

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1

This property Is aleely bear cloae InspeettoncladM a cabia oa

a

till

H .1

riMard BtrSSA

gation.

high

Is

H

m

hotis*

.

New l-ruom bungalow. PULLT PURNIBNBO. Praita at aU'liiaAi, a* watar. atttfcallilBBB. HJh..* ffiT ACRES GOOD SOIL, ON

Mm

— 1*

Ot

llreen

rmu avrm

ni

lllcrk

t»OBT OF BAITIBM

laaA

bottom

acres

»|,W0OO WATKINJ" Architect.

71 acrM mora of siaakad aMar kattam. >cry easily Sat ready far plauch. kalaac* red luam, toggsd aff. A aew 7-room house; ham. 10 by 10. and several out biiliil n ica

and

tl.l^*.

Kirt/n-^^^'^

WlHawa

^^^fnjyf •.

A

trict;

ahade

treea,

Bsy

dis-

gar-

Heart's

California,

Delight,"

In fifty

BOWSU.

C.

BM«.

Pkaaa Utt

laad-

V.I,
U

BMteansed

latO-

A SUBURBA.N

HOME

WITHIN

half mile of
aheltere.l

'

mMc

saraga.

Tel

hoSM kP B

taatfMme

well plaaned Biadaratn price:

|7,»M Of firs: lg*t DeaBlaa

114

espted.

mi

Pbane :*•!

,

WlHOi A CO„

LTPk

OaieUM FAMI

A

FINE Raacb Property of lit aeraa. beaatlfally attaated oa mala .raa« aad railway, II milea from Victoria. City water, telephone, and at age servica to property part (ene*d, soma l-and part cleared an. buildings; alao good garden and fruit Iraaa. Tkla la a karaala at Ml *a aara. A. Casts R.B. 1. VIetaria. B.C,_

,

^ ACRES. In epiendid order. <~blcken and incubator boas*. yVnlt aad gardea. Cear bunaalow; elttlng-reom with open Itreptace; two bedroome, kitol.l water. rkea: hot and batbr«»eai, pantry. I-aka (realage. BacaptiMal akaaM ta aecure a aica pUea a* risMa1

I^UNTRT

HOMB~Bcre

of

laad.

WINCH A

CO..

LTD.

coaifertabla,

aaedera

standing

i

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e

1

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(

i

ta

-

i

aeree »

-

panuy,

kitchen,

lavatory,

saMU iidriiwA

A

irttk tattoti

Mtkraaaa.

i,.

.

.

I

large

aad

V>

1

aa4 a waak kaHaa;

faMM«

>agg B>ga>i_ aaatral

aS

city ronvealenrea, auch aa waler, Uskt, talc. all

car line Three miles from centra Kiceii. nt V jrii, rn hiiiie'. with three bedrooms and bathroom upalalra; kitckam dining-renm. Ilvtag-room. opea fireptacai cement baaemaai. waak laba. uatalda larca hick en housaa snmll fcara far aaw, latm, " garden, all hind* at traH traSA

r

ph*»tie.

of

Real

vr

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Aa appMcstlon will be made by the "Westbauraa fnveatment rompanlea. Limited," at the coart House, Raatlon Hqnare. Victoria. Tt c on Monday the lib day of November, tiie hour of II >• o'clock in lha at i»:.l forenoon, (or an order to restore lo the name of tka Raglsle.- of Compsnles Ihabove-named company. Dated tkU llrd day of Ocl-ber |»J1

'BOURN F. INVF.HTMi

COMPANIKA LIMITED.



Cataiii

Cawiakar

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x

VKTORIA

44

TiaSsri far Oarkaga Bsawa

'

low pric*. |3,***. J.

ORBBNWOOD

lilt Oavarameat

,'ILKINH()N

ItoAI)

'AKTBD

IHreet

Rectlen— 4

acre* of rich valley land, together with pretty baagalaw (almoat aow>. city water piped to heaM. flood eutballdlags. Over half cleared end In large and em*!! fruit*; halaaei* very Property la a beautiful plec* eaay cleanni with winding siream rosaing It nf land Tiiiai pri-e IJ.OOO; l-anil alopcs to south ImmerJIaie pusaesMon. V|ceasy lerma lerla Jiaaity Ca^ SU-11 tMtral MM*. Pkaaa

VV

MIA

Beat— A

ta

slaed

fair

botwaea Paa e aa aad Ladyamltki water aad baildlaBa; wttk ar ahkaa'

Baa

parckaa^

tu

ttll.

farm,

HPBCIAL BAK' Alv HAANICH ACRBAOB in, A< IIK.-« PRICK If.tM

HORTM

im.ip flMAI' NiiRTH SAAN ICH We have |>ern Inalrorted to dla paiM af tbia pmperly Immediately tn order lo Claa* an estate and have nted the prIc* keeping with p'>>«>nt 'r.ndiiiiina In 1 >*



Calaalst.

l,aa

a ptiri-i t

1

ma

t

ely

balance

cultivation, parlleralaf ly

saltakle

half a^e for

41 Improved kalf-secitoa farm la Sale 8asks(eh>» an. good balldtngn, wsl'r; milea to ruata Ha* C-F.R. st at Inn, sehnol,

I^Aoit 114

I'ricc alavalara |« one
po«tnfrii-r,

Heat

.'«oR

er

tlata,

v^fcaafr

-Binaii a.

Viatartot an t aagoA II ealtlvatlaa; •-faoasod Mttapa laga witk abaadaaoe of walar. Calwood P.a Ptiaas •elaaaM

houa*

ynO Rem

X

line »r ih>

TaacoOver Islano

lafM

eaalppaa

Pally

BBOWN A BOMS

heat

Xee

dairy farma on ua fnr partlru-

ACRKAGK FOR ftUfT

IM«

LyNTTSirALt.T ettrattlv* eaaalry kaagalnw / and e«id wai»of al'

A OBSSMWOOD

Owaar

man'

in

1

Aituroa,

lai

saidaa. eta.

Blo< k

ef 4% a-r-a in on highly tmpr«v'.i |«iri..n and errbard Mod era paaltry baiaaa. •dalA witk doable walla Paraad floor, gi isa b a^M wtfB kaatlag.

TBRMM

BBtoBM aa wmrtgage. A^
aad

JMM MSk.

<-'«

port Birtci

.

laTO.

r

msrbed rhetioe for !•% of (he tntst amoaal of the lender must aecampaay ea' h tealtor. Th* lawaat or aay leader aat n'c -...fii/ a-.

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B A

NIC111..1

Ftwakaalag AgsaL

city

Hall Victoria. B.C..
gEFlJSE TO

TO

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Oct. II. On* hun«1rr
thw

annouooad by HrraMont R W. tll« CAIIB4UB Paoiao Ra1I<

BOW* Um*

'

the*

aifrcrm^la wete.

TUB

II,'

aa4afatBM4L will aot be respenaibi*

far any

*

M B

ii-« A

'

l>

J u.

deMs oaattarlad ky )"arr.

iatga*4i

aty tatta, aftar tkto " data. Oatakar

Okcar

IMtU

tor

Uon

l'

ii>

psyrrtem ii.ail< that If ihs> rnllroa^l

first

atAt«4l

I

m9o.-

OAoIbI •«Mft<*Ation waa r iBiltBi kr tha eontffllCi hulrlarn r^Mttlp Ill«1n* » Nfivrrnhar I n« ilio lri"(
MruL

AmorllBatiMn

ihlrty-four-yMr

pla/i

BBAttp. af •ray.

14

Realiv r-ompanr'a gdiaitlai »^ m< nt, North Kaaoi.h Wai- rfp der beadiag. "Acreage for Male.'

ISld

tlaalarty « karmiaa aart^at Biaalik. ctaoa to tka la let. Trtsa fTJItA

nfler 0< tub-

i;iigln.»-r

from

V'irtoria

ch"ic«-

I'i'*

CAUIART.

A

NaaaeM Bay; stack, aaatp maa t aa4 croM t* M takoa at %aiiMUiaa. ~Pallar aa* Marka Naa ileaiara, A J

B.

I'.*-

the

I

P.

r>f

farm. • mltoa

pasture. Flve-rantned bangsluw. In a aplendid state nf repair and spelleaaly ikfen Th« nulbttlldlnga cnnslst af iMtrn, aiable. wagon ahed or garage, granary aad chicken houaea, TMa praperty la within 1* miles ef the elty Braool, charch, stare aad tranaportailoa witkia a few mlaatM ef tka

aad let as give yea fartker yartleaBad motor yoa oat ta view tka

iifBi e

tram

ahnap or

lara ertp.

he

Tenders must be addressed to the ttlb. City Parrhaaing Agaai snd msrked on 'oA valapa "Teadara for Uarbaga Soows

I

or scree, more cleavd and under ond grewiH and

Sealed tenders will be received by tha aadaralSBed ap to 4 p.m.. Novemfcar lltk. for two ne4artmeat. Plans snd e;'ec|H.'ai ions may be obtained st

'

amrea.

IIU

bail) kullt

MHr

ooBPOAATio^ OP rWM

Hail was

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tAHMM WA:«TKIL

1

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llfttRKlNOlf AN'B rhaace l>raaai Imbm, VV cement bearmeni aliaast an srre of land In fi-ult and w-getablaa Aceem mudat loo lor ;0e lilrds and stable for 4 caw*. A snap Crown Realty A lavaaiat (l.iOO. lerma. meat Cu. B. T.


i

to

nillh

Lewsst or any taadrr not neceasarily acTenders ta ka la aot later thaa Nevemkar Utk. lo the Or O M. Joaea Osear Btraat. Ctty. dMptar. I.O.O.B-,

BMA

OBAKT A UltlmAlf. LTD. At KK.Xia

the supply of onSchools. litv the

for

Tenders sre called

WIBB A CO,

PamkartM

III

against the ssid Kalata are requested la particulars of same to me on or kafor* the 10th day of Nnveinber. A I) l»ll, aad all psrllea Indebted to the said Kstsle are reanlred lo pay such Indebiednesa to me farthwith. Datad at viateria, H c this llik day at Oataksr. A.D. t^i' COX. R. Otoalal A4mlkMtratar.

forward

Tifv.

FBIOa ««,IMi Bsgp

A BABTON

A.

al

Notice Is hereby givea tkat aa4ar aa order of the Bapreme Court «f BrltUh OaIgaikia, dated the 2&lh day of Oetoksr, A.D. lilt I, th- underalgned, waa appolata4 Admlnlatrat.r of the Kstste *f the akoVSnamed deceesad. All parties havlag slalma

.

ACBBB,

!• ciMrad, • a^tM bottom Houae of 4 rooms, pantry and halhrnom r'hicken houses, barn fnr tlood mixed Ij head, snil outbuildings, orchard. Water Irem well. Lew laaeA

the "Valley of miles sauth of

lUNBBT TVV Qnstleum Naach.

mi

eaSAP FAIIM CPA UV

ban Francisco, on main highway to coast. A delightful heme, opea to a few guaata. Beautiful cllaMkta; warm kaaMi kaat ai faaC AddrsflS "Tka Tarraea,- Bas Nl7aiMral*ta,

B.L1TBBT

4

going com

dairy aad aaaMaBSa aad kaUdor Vaa»BStar wiaaC fBha.

Paiakartaa

!••

fruit,

A

maa

M

r

o. lots,

berries,

Oak

sr-ml-bungalow.

big

1

WIMTKR RBHOIVn

I

J.

M

small

etc,

LAKB—ll^aara

N

A

\

-

Furnace. cataeat dea; Chicken housea ~ kaMRieat. Ueed lacailty. VbmI. lit kartoa Blk. Pkaaa MIf.

J.\riATi";A. onrucudtl-

vatad gardea aad fralt; aloa kigb location, ml la aad fcalf alrele: very raagaaakia tarau. MUTUAL RBALTT, 41* Bay ward Balldlag

A OKtru

and

orchard

aiieep, hay, «; tarms.

I

laga value IK.uoo.

houle. «r-> liM^— NBW BUNOALOW. never ^^t\I\J Willi a,, kalf-acre

Pr.

CO.

.

S2300 Sli-room

dietrlet.

VORMAN A

yiaw Btraat

*••

very nice and complete foarbungalow, liuilt in feaiurts, open baaement. guod garden and full

ronmed <

BBlBTaBIIAN.

-

t

Jaat

l
A

modara eonvaniencea; a amali kaaM far help: kara for & he*d, poaltrjr hoaae a. Ample garage and other ontbulldlnga.

garden,

FkaB* tT77

-

ba>'

MalU.

Praparty diatrtet.

trees,

friUt

P * \iK*

lifi :

<

%• BUWVTll^

aaanried Ab<>ui bearing; small frulta af all of 7 laa fc witk all

suitable for paature

1

|JTt»M«»mir ,N U M A. -11. 1-

A QBNTLBIIAN'B NOMR ACRB8. With about II aader cul'U\ tlvatlon; ff\t bslance la partly cleared, klada-

HEATH

A R

ClK

I'll.

A GOOD PRODVCSB AND

l-roomed

have said

B.a

maatioaed

BERRTI.L.



A MIOMTT BIO FACTOR

IT IS will

ractlve

as.-<1

Aasuclaliun o<

eaUelia the aatro a apa ot tae Haas ef b u slaaSS

aUp

and

PALACU RUALTT iiSBaywart BUtf.

—Attraa.

bungalow,

UOM Men's

WM Do ADMIT

yeu

M

|-rt>l(-K.-tl(iuai

It4-turnritl

I'em

buBsatew. • taaaiA %.iBrh oak pollahed ftaara. all

effect*;

That the View

I

_

AOl

Vletorta.

b«Ut-la affaM^ bat air

TatM »re et

•II

i.iu.Ttinb»r i^tnpaar M*ti»ra rrulaera ai t Uu.l>ai IliMt>w> / .r aaia la caalnaais coosvlillog Crawa giaai at larsa ar email __ Iraela . . P utasa lag

LUIITBD

•••«.

locatlan. Oak Bay. It you are on the market for a home or iat aa which lo buiid a haaaa. It will pay you to aee maa B- E.

with

furnace, and conatructton throughout Al. Fine diatrlct. walking distance to town. And you can't duplicate this value anywhere. It la really

aear Paatafflaa

itantrr.

* INVBBTMBNT

SsAIIO

iraeta ef tImkM. water, Ss* aal% BIdg.

asnall

rail aad Peiii barton

Mciaieaa

~

sacrificed

are I rooma. Fine garden, THERE trimmed hedge Excellent

RPBCIAL BARGAIN— L«OW PTttCB

llae.

UC

au.i lu

ia»

( -u

KTAN. 11**1



rUOCO kaapatap,

Phone lit*

tlve

Humaidn

a aaraaga. into aaly •«•

i

BMA PkMa

Hi

cement

iBwSSMsnabMwiawmww^wM^mMwwasuaBBWMm

IAROK J albla

garden prniluce, well-coodltlaned chicken Front IB almoat every bulb heuae and runs obtainable, ahade treaa, chaiea akrukbery. Thoroughly modern, dellgktful l-rea sB kaagslow, screened froffi street: all raama Urislii. large, well planned: m«>dern Iplece balliri>rim laundry room with lube, 7 ft. lull lemant baaement; no renovating required Iai> %t,tTi, larnaa for groaads or hone. mediate poaasaslea. VIcterU Realty Ca..

HARHY AMPIUJBTT

aad new bttagaiew af 4 ream* aad pabcUaa aad beamed, large epea Rreplace;' garage aad eutbulhlleaa. OwiMr left Victoria and Immediate poaasaalM WMI be gix-n Price only |1,IM. aa terMA T. P Mr^ onaeiii^li Pembertaa BMb.

car

ITBOOBAFtlTIfO Li hngr aphlng. r J graving and ambaaalng. Notblag

ii,riu,i,,i,

open (Ire. auperlor .bull! In featarsg, laundry tuba In bathroomX nice gardea aad garage. A delightful hom\ for |1,1**.

YS

ROOM

1-

^

paved hlghw^ facias Salt eight -roomed ataaM rasldaacei alty water. :ight and akaaas aasat eotbulMlaga. lA ta I* aerea af laa« aaaasired Will aa&tflaa. Apply P. a#B A Hon*, nil Bread Btraat, ar ' Belmont tIM

I^-'IVF loitiimAm. large gardea

WOnieD BXCKANOB weald take a bbmiU paygjiat.^

LTD

<

.

t

i

(live

i

rem»>erten

try,

alaMlaum

AIIKNCT

tree*.

llri ^i m nighiwaai. ilireci tn ntisumer Preference to man wuix Ameriran cut bnowie.iae of textiica l.tb*ral cammlaalon. iMtrtlculars first letter, latervtew arFred Olbberd. Limited. Impertera ranged. Haallnga West, 111 and manufacturers.

valaatlaa.

B.C.

last eatalda dty Oa al-ntle hill slope, a a r old mixed fruit i«:,pa, Kaana, curraata, all


MfA Oka

ageat far VIptarIa aad Ialaa4 men'a made tn order ahiii^ an l

sell

to

Pbone 141

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A

B..

LoBdait, Oat.

11,

KKSIDBNT

tn

:

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f

Steady demand.

I>opt.

la>

Ballar

Bap. Mraar Baaak. •• kp t««

rlrete.

-I

-nrl

».

^EVf:n-ruoM

A

noBURT URliBB A BON MahM Bid A. lilt Oaaeniaiaat atiaat /DURNSIDK car lermlaua, on high BToUBd.

>

on*

Ruy aaw*

>'<>•*-

CO.

and Oar't

TO BE SOLD

<;niNC,

1.1

CiADBuRo BAT, MiroRTAMJI

raadiiloaa.

w«mSmSh£^

HARDWOOD

CIOLWOOD, oa > llaks— Mew

Pk-a OtaalU

hit) ing public to liaprav*

tl.

Yalea

BIdg..

lit*

Mir.-,-!

CiAItI>l!:MMU

Is

Rate* 0*Si*^'*'

bed-

I

on

mo*t

Salahed bungalew. eaatalaing I room*, artlatle decoraproportioned

i-i

repaira and stocks, - bora, Heeirlngl

ne«
ai4«

comZ

Wellington Avenue, Kalrflald district, with hardwood fleers downstairs, contalaing large hall; sittlng-reem. with open fireplace, arch to dintng room; den with Iarga cupbeard; BCWlng r.r siiiircwim. ii|
^ m

Baywara

Ce,.

I

labor

Ad«*rtla*ai*at

l.atlir.iom



ATTRACTIVE

A

M

Bpleadid iiaka aa4 fcataL vlaw, •• IMt (iwat.

bMUtlful

fectly

well

The plumbing and

t

taha

I

vsMada,

fittings are sll high grade. The house, stands In % srre In fruits, shrubs and lawna. It coat the owner |t,M*, wka ha* le(t the city and Instructa aa ta sail (or tl.OOS. Tarma If required. -ROOM modern home, all large rooms Aiiipl" »»r.'»n.ls. re. ..ption hal), dining and drawlng-rooma, panelled and beamed: large kitchea. den. four bedraaia aa4 larsa bathroom; full baaement aad nadara keatIng ay at em. Oa hich elavatloa. Oarage. Near aclio'il aad traaaportatlea. This Is a perfect home. Coat the owner over tl.HIWili s.>ll today tor ti.""!. irrm^. (k-l'.CXiM houae on tlie avafront, unobsrurad *y >lew of Btralta and Olymplra. atanda Large revaptlaa hall, dining-room. high. sIttlBg-room and parlaa; bathroom an
HOIIHK

slVt-MILB

Must be aald ta aiaM aa

Bagskawa

RB8IDBNCB— A

BAY

elijrtric

M

IXBUIIAlfCT:

JR

WUk

perfectly elaM ta

Alining- room,

large

rooma: lofty baaement.

ever,

»TOK

u

AK

hinds of nut ha nhop a

sll

i

I

moving, bangasa aad gaaTka Qaparal Sarvtea

hauling. Transport. LlnUtad. Itad. eral

ta

Is

mm

7]7

1117.

FURNI TURB Iftf

.bllshed

parlor,

madlaua kitchen,

AT LEAST

Two

poeltloa.

FINE laR(;k

ATTENTION. PI-EASE'

yPPUflfPlUB MOTIMO

M

lotsi aafe tfada. 'State. M.l**.

.

REAL SNAPS

iroom bungalow, medera, on nice slovatlaa, scba9l and rar aervtco. Large

THI.'^

t^iiHaajf,.._Lltnltf4,

vaaMaaea, well raat oa uaa*.

BUROJPOiyB

p

.ity.

— THUEE

Rank

Resldenrs

in bigh

Uarass.

HOPSKB FO»

ImparUl

aay The Colonial Prlatlag

dealgn or color.

2

:i2 TTnlon

hall,

VI

I

i.j waat a g as d ataady Ilea UBNT-a proot af ••• weakly ufb write for iiieraiure oa a«r rakbar gpaotoU

A^ abowinii Ilea.

I.IK

'

I'nmbcrtoo

r

Sacrificed |AK BAY ie-rooaied modern lealdanre, bedrooms ilownntairs and 4 upetalts. bathrooms, complete, hot water heatltig.

O,

BeattU Waah.

eatrsaca

coumwn.

4,

a. DALBT A CO. View t«;—t
•it

101

woman'a dlaaaaea spa Kurnp-^^ ..I.-- -nee.

JIOMK.S

>

«»•

UBkt

to

blaeksmli))

ka tSBBkt

aaly.

CROWN REALTY A INVBBTMBNT

Ltd

l..Vlllt)S.Si,l) SI.AlUiM.KY PRIVATB STATIONVRT emboeaed In

BBTABMSRKD HOTBL BUMNasa x-^NTlMUOUa operation einoa till;' faams In modem bulldlaa, bU

SB-

far

8 vftswl fmA alaatrlaaUy «MMA FUWBB Day pkaae Ufti al«kt fhasa BaltgliaA

IMtIk

aC

ijend of

Om

Walker UlU

IIT

111

stucco aeml-bungslow, cloae to Rocklaad Avenue: choice location; havlag sta reams, conalating of dining-room, raeaptlon ream, kitchen and three bedroome. I.0I 14 ft. by I'axes ealy |1( per annum. Price (caab |3.*tl. balaaoa aa eaay 131 ft. larnM at •%), ••.••*. Par Mil pwrttaulara latalra at alflsa.

tian,

aigM Canad^

olleae

i

ALUVELY

LOBT^—UoM riBdar

Mc-

J.

DUNI.AP.

when

there's nothing to be afraid of

¥J|THOI.ESAI.r: DRTOOODS— Turaer. BeaYv Ion A I'o, Ltd., wholesale drygoode Impnrlein unt m anufscturers. Men's furIlly nl«MnK> i.ii'i Horn" lira'!. ta^ .M » lers attsaded .

pkow* 1I17R.

Mre.

IIIKETIIAM. Phrenologist aad Avoca(Inn Hpeclallat. 3IT Baywiard BalldlaB.

J. 'Clallst.



Why,

f<

rTciyal

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TUfBKR BROKMRS^^^^^JIB

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BTBBBT—Twt ST.t» PAVID Offer

,

I'HHKNOIX>til.ST

you send them to the City Dye Works, betbay wlU ooni* back to you Ilka aaw, i»y aakanaaA Talephaaa

aHrk

n.,

Toronto

I

MUM 0»M LOOT 1*41, aal

I.

Apprilntmenta arranged.

V::RT BBST RUOB— Tou-re afraid YOUR o eead Orleatal ruga to the cleaneral

toi

iiuuncenlfnl

.

a«ra«>

pai

1)

OPTOMETRUm

garagea repair work of all kinda Krea catlmalea. Urnen Lumber Company.

I

SMABT

home.

ma*.crnlty

required all over rqurse (jualinen you

Oir-«lcs,

bleyeic, apleadid coadltlon, cheap.

Awl/

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tf~)rrOMBTRIST8—Ca*akla year

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8TOVBYORS

lata

I^"HjR house repnlrlng. store nttlng. rarpenterlBg, garage bUlldlBg, concrete

OaM

aim at »I»A

Ueotlemaa's

^Jjijg»j«lJJMJn^Dir(Uht^Phon^l»ll

Roota ra*

Work guaraataaA

and tarred. fhonea

palrod

Kallmataa free

tiOTS. SMiaasd at |I»g.

a

.s.

la bulldlac ar rapaira Pkoaa RaeSag a ty. T. Tklrkail.

BLOCKS WITH WATBRFRONT-

,

JirrRSINO

U

oa Mill bay. Uood ahoetlna. For eaie, rent or Itatblag, etc

BtnLDINQ

THE LAND aadar aal

feek

lot

.»*
.

PftTt

Vloiorla,

fine

imI

PM Ml

II

r,..>i-

I

mile from sakMl. 4 miles aad aa a mala tkaraagk-

all

la

cladlog

^J^CM DBiTm Oak

BUT

AOE,

in^rlrn

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lease.

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atatloa.

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trMg aa4

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a aacnit.

tl

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FOR SALE '

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mw.

Nilaet. Ilka

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given

aHsvatlona.

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rent er

aale,

ONE-aCHB GARDKM

XHrtykt!

C. E.,

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1., II

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fralt

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fruHa

»tnall

l.iia

water: paved read

r*Bt

sale.

ROUM8,

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411

and

4 14ii

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IjAHD^ VtU.l>h.Hs

Phoaaa

llj^PmijgrUi n Uldg

C1HIM.NEYU, ^

BSTELLa KKLLET.

and

A.

May ward BIdg.

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LAMATCO."

HUPMOBII.B ROAMTBR.

CHA8.

/ 1HIR) ii'KAiTon

»PmPiir« MATTOlAla

$475 1600

4

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B^^I&^^jtSiSL I^ka^ ill

CHIMNKY SWEKP

•4*

OVKRUAND.

ODNLOP A ruoT NOVA

Barrlatara, tatletters, Notarlss. Bto. •t.^OTIA. MANITOBA. af

If SB! bars

.11.1.

w. cAimui

A.

MasUbA

.

My

aevcral

also

flower*; kin-la

all •

tll

(»«• t* •la.eaA

U laSaa ^ Impra.ad MONBT llstaterman. l-'urataa * is

new

a

Aapb ate aad S good weiia. IMPtaBiraNTt a Tha wnm staak at

city

>'L0T. black leaa^ ready ta ptaats ••alia c^la, aldM paved read un* Btiaat aar. W9t aaia. taat

llaillstor

tm

t

RECTORY

BtUtakla (ar hauaa. Par

BUNOALOW.

For

and street cara.

STOllk; A.NU

New

rar, ha« not b«*o out of Kara** thl* yaar. Will hava trad* nam* patalad for purcbasar. Why buy ft mmw oar wtftf tbia on* I* Vtlag •!

and

togetker with

OUXWOTTBBB

witk open

•..iKlry

1

Hamsters,

1 •ja^'^ft/ggyBtrt!^

1



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terms.

HOOW

*l»ctrlc light, cloae tu

an

mia.-f-

f

Inan on imprt>ve
111

k'ui-i.

I re IB

Biag ^

1

ea aaatiaa af •• aar brwak aad paatara.

Itf^Onn—O^^^O

rooming

plaaiad;

(lOTTAtiK,

PI

locality.

I

circt*;

aad

reocad

11.71.

ddlvvry.

Ilcht

i>an«l

I'

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RBALTT BARQAINS FOR BALB Br OWNER 1MPOB1NO RU8IDENCK OP 11 BOOMA ANIJ

from twn,

Tbia la real:* • ncaun^. 1....1.. aad 1 ua tauuae aiaada has a weadarful view. oa tear large level lata, la lawa. bm^mi

bullt-ln

ACRES

pa*,

tubs

^fkJ^AJU

lltlL or lilt.

BUSINESS DiRlCTQfiY"^

ban

•11

clsee in. good private talgh-elaas aaTa. rent or leaa*.

WOOD

In.;

fit BKAT Bark.

local

ABBBT.

A. T.


J Kor

•|Q
CO. Opp. •peaaar'a

»

CO., tl7 Port Street.

Wa

CITT BBOltBBAOa

muh

basemeai

mrut

1

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•^aam dwatHag. with v ... •! milea S.E of CPK ant Haa batwoM aa

CNR, %

dea la beamrd •'»'! ,>aiir ird, Bfleplaee;: aue alae baa large open brick arepla««. bright kitchen wiib gaed yaatty. wkiek Fall stsed eooooler. blue and eupboarda

a alow, aameat kaaamaat, faraaaa: (aa eaaneet«>di lai«a lati ••.••A

VV^ i^t!^V.N ^ti WINDOW A clBrar cxjumino

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Motor launch. 2( ft. by f ft? roonny cabin, rorkplt aft, I h p. Friable eaglne, ralla, pons, wheel aad all Cost over lltO. flltlnga brass. 'Will aaclaapertloa aad trial rlftce for tlM cash. t'rane. South Pander. by arrangement. t

U4

OAUIT A

mile from P.O., la deslrsble HALF tty — Tkaraaghly laodera t-roam

RKPAIRS ^ RBNTALS UNITED TTPEWRITBR CO. 1*1 KORT HTRKBV

pleasure boat, wall built rnnBlag Bvlarude, wbleh la snd has prlmlag enp. Baat

aa goad as new Is floored with ahlp'a oilcloth, maklag It vary Immovable rewlooka, eaay to keep clean. good pair of oara and paddle, all tool*. I gal. gas can with apeul. ceoire pol* and keavy akoel of waterproofed ranvaa (or ua* arkars tkaro la ao boaiheuae. i>rk'e (or caab. IM M. A. Wylde, Slrathcona Ledge, Ilk*. ar BrA Tataak aaar Carter's Htors. Bkawal-

-1^

Dta GAIV

TyBbWyftsg Ck«

-oifomwooB^

gaa Ijaka. 'CV>R Sale

Aim STATT

MtLWAOKn

40x110, rloas |.> lunrtlon of ''ak Ray Avr doo.i eiavailon. Look at thla Only 11.100. |1«M^ eaah, balaaca on eaay laiMfc IBsclualva Agaarta tl.

Ctalag-raeai oroHaM: ukx" large and paaellaU walla. built-in budct

I

ipYPBWKlTBItA—

little

•rMl

W

furnace.

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four kadrasma. large aad -loihea SlBBaBM^Batas rfasi wltA

,sR

i

taatarMs esmented kasaataat. pi paLarge chicken hooae. Choice

in

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wiitj

t

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-, HAT n bungalow, with built-

tiAK

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AiV^ ACABB.

ROOMED

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coavaaleaca.

t)

tl'.HT

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NEW AND MODERN DWKLLINU

airy,

euif

*nd

*

FAIBPliU

MODBBN

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TH

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itBAOH OBIVM, Oak Bay. aear

14» Croft

wa maatoMaa

reaiaiBkar tkat

In

tXiU

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t

your typewritara rasftttad

YOU wish IKoverhauled.

CO. Tatoa

aftd

atrlniy

* ^^

S^ava

SON

»

iiDICR.N l-roomed

'

aWbUitaly aa good aa aair la •« avarjr aad haa many eiiraa. ^-f *>PTA

la

i.

^yjj

^

"

I"' loci LtluQ, St. sil l

big,

CROWN MALTT A INTMTinUIT

rto ^

:

8P.SC1A1, ;..NAr

Work

kii

"sk Ba), with lloe view. la choice pan be pleased lo shew l^dM aas. Wa woulddrainog auch a placa. ta aayene Seal gar* ikay would coaaidar U a kar
Ml. IT

mortgagea

aad

aale >

sayward BIdg

dla-

li

ol

111

For t

campatltlon.

^YatfVfvy

pan.-

.1 .

all

voma.

AMly

••>•

T\Ktt. Ill Jones BIdr

MISS



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JUST dKf

BuAr laeatlM.

Hn. MrLAL'UHI.lN Umtlfr ....



A-|»l/k/| i'A TTERN and Metal buslnaaa, 11200 rurlblea. motora and tools WX^xjyf *0.'>/\/|— OUD eatabllahed T*a Hoona. ^^OaAlU Caady and Pastry bualnaas, near A llva anap. shows, aa ear lino. 4 g|QEi\A—COUNTRY Mercantile bualnasa;

In

la

•A^

k aarai

low rent.

i.u>ine*a; central;

A^fWWy—CANOT



la«ya >ak«

Omea

;

Housaa

'

I

M-

.

I

DOtMB

tha

I,

^hjoo VOOvnl red*: no

n^i'Vt t.

.>

Vlatarta, b.c.

I

(

I

MIA

atg^

month

A [>pltrat lun.

t-

I

I'EM Baal Batau,

.111 Beask Priva.

liroiery.

Store and haaaa.

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and

painted

price from 141 be plea>ed lo lUpply full



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A.NUr

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BaBM



raaaig. 111 par

r

7

aarllBa.

• ree*a. par aientb. rooma, I at

tl7 II

list of ruralahsd Itv. ranging in

parta of the

aBWards

Newspapcra, >nd RaM aBlr It*. iROCBRIM. Caadlaa aad Sebaol A iinap
Eoqnimalt

OOOK HTRBET Uungalow 117. II jier manth. FOUL HaV RUAD-^Newly d n ara t a* kaaae ef

ill

^cboai Wappilaa.

per month.

wmdltlon,

kava a

IMK.V'Tf fnr MuiK rrhaaxi Dualop 4k property.

iiw

i

I'rttlUMJ. large lot, k.-N iKHiur.: SE\b.ajtitu "ell built boaae: ii-sK-.l.

t

al

alBM ta

Modern

Hr>ArK

t;« SO

.stkket.

good

in

BONB, T LOT© lXyY1> * A BOHB

af

RTRBBT—Oaa4 ISMM

lh;L.NXj|C

"•oma, hat air furaaaa. I-O per raonth.

aM

kaMi

Ms
arrangat faaMB, Biat-alaM eaadi i^on and rieaa. ••• par BMBth KKi>KKic.N ^
Ca.,

In •aparlaae* laveat tl.tM or Salary auJ ahare afaratt^ maklat •l.aai. Apply X. T. S.. Oalaalat iieo par month.

|7l

^-

.

,

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II- 111*

Uao, eicrpiu* puroh; bardibe Uvlas-r»«»«. baaeMsat. weed Sears; furaaee; fall asasaat I'rice 14. IM. Mat far tram b«ai u *r car.

month. TlifTiltr

and Exchange—

for Sale

f

well

K lopalrlag store at yaar a«k doing splaadM bnstaeas; oash ar tarm*. ijSaBar; awaar Wioae •>4l. betar* <.

coao

.

,

and AVt-Mfc. -(..ood puatUoB. mad^rn realAMM af • I month AV'BiiUjii—. BaalMMk 41tt|gt per

— A nxn oiin WANTED gania' fnrn.aruiisi. to

maiatalBs

T.andlord

rntinlti

BBQUIMALT

leaving town.

Til

Mudero buuaa o< I la aea af yiMarta'a

»*i ataMla« b kaat gardana „.,,. Bard-n.i

Hldg.

latMt aiaeklaaiT. staak

AVI&MUL

liAir

r.».

lii

r

bail r»uili«.

J

lag-roam and eaea Sraplaee la

Uci.Ai{v..v

AC

a aian

..v.%.cl

UAk HA n'H.>MS.

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laabkaraia a Wa atlar a rhanr* for laveatmani la aa "Of a «itb *«
MlLLJiBN I.,

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If

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ordara

i..^. daaa %attar. c^i aaiiK prtM al Tka

n.t

at

sail

j^^oa^a^JJr^Jiy^l^^ejjj^n^agt?^^^^^^^^

Bala Service riahia oa Praal-O Ut* was cytladara Bo a 4HI. Caloalat.

llVm "

priniin«

...i.

quicker

je^l

rHHI*IIMilK>.\

•11

s*ad your WHTwhan you

iMa tfsm

A

s** FM waat ta k
FM %mH

'am In

{^1

I'HIN n.M.

aropaaUlea

to set into a will up lu data. L«ta

t>

ill

li.loe

If

NOVEMBER

.

Busy Readers— House and Business Property

for.

B

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mrpoiH-

iRstltutad ealtaetiAti BrBt«a adiRga

M

th* BBBB wmiM foapM In tha OstM^laii c«HtB AA4 wi.tilrl U- taken in tka VtiWf O 4II oi BriiAtn U Bi a ^wa r y.

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THE DAILY COMJWIST, VICTORIA,

IS nit

T.

.

AyCTlON

—AUCTION Today, 1:30 P.M. mn€ BUnthar«

&

O'Brien

In our Auction ilalU, cornar i'aiidurA

. ....

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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER

B.C..

)ri(»triji

miUl November 2nd

L ornnieiu

mA



Gra

Eilitaa

Co.

At UtI BiMMkard MrMi

— Hoaa*

and

l>«t

and Cbarrolrt t^r

7M Fort a

&

IMuNM 71«7

Sc.

fo/tha

7S8

Sftturday

2 F.M.

at

and

wUh a

amall atoek of Camaot Oardan mountaioa. Bird Batha. Klow«r BUaOM, FadaifUla. tocathar

affaata.

Wall Caaea, Beds and Mattraaaas, Trunk, Raby Carrlaca, Booka, Ornamanta. sheeta, Bordarad Carpata, Bz. Table.

•taln Orada, S to < jmrm oM, mllklnc tH to 4'', L-inoni.

Tmm Horsefty

Wagon

A

Lam pa,

Bet of Chaira, Buffet. I Elac.

Machine, an EnI'.oi.kAddr<'..wlnK Machine,

"White"

and HarMft Yoanf Bay Mare

v««li>f)f>

hh«*lven.

Rotary

Hur«-,iu. I'lrturts,

l-;n.

CurtalTiw,

Bedroom

Chairs,

St.mdard

I>eak,

PuUeU

T^coUior with to dilekona, from a lady Tearlnir the city.

7M

^fMme S47t

ouring Car

AqMMta

nMissi. st.*e.

Ma

.O Y

ANTIgUKS

and

ciirried active laaues

lilt Fort »U

urn*

HI.

FURNITUAS

h.va the

PRlCKa

UALr

at abaat

B.C

t.aiV«at niook of t'.*
'

»•».

namen commanding

Kreaga I^hlch

.South

... ... ...

Aurllon ufflces.

Ftya-Room Buncalow

of

Instruclod.

l)uly

3 Jeney Cows, Hay» Etc

(without rfftrrvo) No. 410 and 411 Buildlnv. VIetorla.

polnlniTit

mH

Buffat.

and

Sl Coa

S*>a

IMciiires.

<'urlaln«.

two

ITInreiia

(!ra.
<'halr,

("ouch

hand.^omp

V

rn

\

111

I>reiwerii,

Oak

("

S.

Bay ward

Includlnst

ft.

Hlock

Map

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Oppoalto the Municipal

In.

3

JaUh

Utta

Map

TInio

46.

I«t

and



ofT .Monterey Ave.. rnbllo Srhool Playground. lA)t^ and 7. Hlook 2, Section 22, Map 11«0. Size 60 ft. by 110 ft. each. Maptowood llnad Baanleh Diatrlct. Lota 2 J and 24. Block «, Section (2. Map CS9A. 81sa CO ft, by 120 ft. each. Patricia Bay .\>,ir rhiir< h on West Sannloh Pond. Lot 7. MIook 2, SecS|r«-oi^

ailioiniiiK .'.

fi



Oak

f'halm,

Hedroom

Tab)fa, (tood Hpd.^ and linoleum. A-l Mattreuen. Moffat Kitchen • -Hole Uimifo. Tablo and Cbalra. Utanalla. Washln* Ifachlnc let nlea Homo Praaarvaa. faw Carpenter Tools, aaoka Potatoai. Onlona, Apple*, arlndaton*. Hoee, etc.

tion 12,

Range

K and W. North Map 14tS. sise of

1

1

Baanich DIatrlct. Vot about 2«f ft. by «0 ft. Thta la a moat dealrable aite for a country realdence or Humm«'r home. The above lots must all b« aold and clear tUlea can >)r> nivfn Kor further particulars .Tpply to the

Pnrrbrrd Jrmoj Cow and 2 nolfors Maaaey- Harris <"hitff Cnttpr (No. 2), Strawberry Culilvntor, I'onthole Auser, ("burn. Farm Tooln. 20 Purebred Black Minoreaa and 3 Ilooatem, 1% tons Hay (loOaa. In two lota).

41-3

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xntpt.

...

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1

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Ailanii<~

4

CO. 410

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Caatral N.H. a Hart. Oat. A Waat. Battle

Paa. Pan.

Amorleaa Amarleaa

fma tv on

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Pere

.

....... r.

Peanaylvanla

Marqaetta Pete

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INillllpa

Plert» Arrow Preaaed flteel Car

A

Pro,I

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.

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.

Ref.

11!

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111-4 l*-4

I'ullman

i

Hunta Allesro Pure Oil Rail. Hteel Spriag

.

Readinc Reploale Hteel Rep. Iron & .Steel H.ynnltlH

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Tob.

Dutch

Royal

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..

gball Union Placlalr Cona ^kelly Oil Mob. Hherrield

Soulhera Pac aouthera Raiiivar . . Staadard Oil, Cat. Standard rm. N J Standard oil InJ Stewart Warner Ht Louie A ««B Fpaa. Htrombura Cark Rtudebaker Teaneaaea Capper Tesaa Co Texaa Oulf Riilphur Texa. Pai-irir R. ii. .

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Corn I'roduria Co.den Oil

Cuba Am S car Cuba C Bucar Cuba C. 8acar, prd.

,

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14-4 :i-i

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Oranby

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Northern Northern

'ireat <;reat

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AyCTIONEERS

Ua Wa Bevan, Esq., Happy Hollcw Faim, Dmicay Of

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Oa TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U, LJGHT KKKHK.miMKNTS WILL PK .SKRVKD

CaUloffHM oontatoln* the pedigre^a and performancea mnf (WtMr yttfUMlMi «••,.»• •Malaad from

im

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I2«a ll%b

I

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Wheat S*H: No.

7(-S

T.penirv Pair Uak and Parlar CAetta Oak ninlna Seta. *7f>. *re««in« Tab)* Wahagmny Heltee and ( hair llaehlaa Bimm Ottpk t

.

Cloae

*z

May

t4

'anail Ian

Air Brake Pullman Co

«SH

lateraatlaaal Coal

712 fORT ST I'ttUDG

41

:*3'. 2*2 W

*

.

w.at.m I'nien Weill won h Co

Money

Potatoes

IM Sim IM

r.

..

.-^

1

Ud.)

H%

American Fugar Refinery Cuba American Kugar Cuba Cane Sugar Cuba Cana Suic.r p'
ty»w.

lllb •.•*.•....

R. C.

BMg.

T

•IS

11%

Rye—

s*.s

<

S7S

•4%b

Dae.

HOME FURNITURE C 410.411 Sajrwtfd

5

WMUi

Ukaratar Mtalaf Ci^

Term*— Monthly

SI

It

N eV



Easy

•14

48H

!I2

*ct,

.

N Y

M.v ^

l*-f

of all the aaiaato

aad V»^* •»«

I*

l*«-1 17-4 41-3

4*<4

I'ec

aceaaaUag aad haadllaa (m* yaara le Ollr Troasarar'a

J.*-»>i»^«n

:

*1-3 llS-4 21

»7

•m

Nov

.

Tl

4

34

Fia,x—

WANTED

r»l«ir»« ».|;, P.rlcr (>i.ira,

6."!

U%

May

FURNITURE SNAPS

JERSEY STOCK rkria«

n1.

.

I

.NiK 1.<«h1

.siiiiulKiit

cantUkOO. market today made a geed reepoasa to mora favarahle market developmenu, which directly or Indirectly gave grain buyera more confidence sPparoniU The m.irkei was ovrraold to some extent, uiwl thirwith lb* short cuvering. which w.i- fi.:..»i,l

41

47

iu%

.

!S

2!

4*%

.

.

,

]x>w



1

11

Oct

1

H >K K KK-PKR. ;i. married, dcatre. po.ltlon. anjrthlag clarlcal ten roara'

y

17 1!»

4

J

*TI

High

r>ec

13 (

(

7

|l-< Sl-4 SS.] 11S-4 •» 17 !7-4 S*-4 l*«.t 17-4 41-S 4-4 •1-4

42

VldTORIA

Pretty lllue Bedroom Carpet. -imUw ^tmin^t^r Tir' -'

I

14 17 I*-!

7

1

l?«

»TV»

4*%

May

Oraaiopfconaa at IS*, S;». |1* &o iia.90 Wiltaa Carpet, • ft. i • ft. tin... 1



•*%

Nov

Nor

omre. Toronto.* Bseallont rifaraaoaa. Dlarharced aoldlar. rmomu tmii. e» mi.

Auuioa

,,

THB aoriculti;ral cuound. dunca.n

whole of

B

raonoy.

5«-4 17

17 <

• 714 •7

42

sizes

•aparlaaea

S*-S

S4 ll-T ««.!

•»%

Oct

Barley Oct

O. A. D. FLITTON C«r. Paa^om and Blanahard Straata

STEWART WILLIAMS &C0.

S-4

gain.

Open.

Dec

AIR-TIGHT HEATERS

SITUATION

I**-3

S-4 St-4 51-4

large.

May Oata—

<-l 27-S 172

i:-t :t-i (3-7 73-3

tea blggeet

Nov Dec

^nd a complete line of Second-Hand Hoate Pnmiahings moderately priced.

411

4

*:!

»*-7



Get

PhoiM 4M1

.Soil

Will.

.1

.

I

14%

11 IS 41

.

Public Service N.J. ... Reara Roebuck Trxa* Oulf auipkar .. I'nited Fruit <'.st Iroa Plge... eatiii(hi>uaa Elac. '.<

Ctraa..

Tekaecoi

Wheat-

I>i-7

(-1

17J lt-7 l»-( IS-! 3»-S t4-S TS-4

.

....

"

117 14-4 41-5 SI-7 S4-1 11-4 32-! 55 71-1 17-4 (4-4

nuui

IN

the

wa. not

11 « 1«'4

iti

nmn. Motora Ooodrlch_ Rubbrr

ll-l 14-1

1

The coaraa grain markela held firm, bat withoot any apeclal feature, Trade veluma

H-T

: J

«-i J7-J

14

It

H

the

-

.

howiag

2*-

1.

37-4 i:i-7 4».7 l3-«

13*

74-*

Oet. SI Trading waa aciHe wheat market here today and a heavy volume rhanged handa with tha rioee atrons at % ceat to 1^ peat higher, October

33-i «*-j

t«-7 :«-4

41 -S

4S 72-1 47-3

M-4 11!

Hoad

.

WINNIPBO,

»n

•7 1 ll!-»

4»-3 112 17-4

(

l*-4 t7-J

1

.1

1

.474

79-4 Sf-4 S2-1

.

.

11

U

1

i.irnc \ of Grata Ilanda With Cloae of Day

«

7« :s-4

:i IO-« 41-S 4«-3

III

j

17

7

«

4*-« ll-C ••-4 11-2 73-2 S-S 4S-I 71-7 47-S

74-4

•-1

At nVL Al Heavy

S* 4*-S 31-7

3!

!7*

7

37 J 31

L!

i:s-« 13-7

.

-!

711

3(1

1«-T

.

.Dome Dupont

mm

«

II-: I4& t

."!7-I

11

Oavlann t'hMn Dal LAck. A Waat.

.

11-1 4*-t S*

45-i

n

'Jaa

Coa..



.

.

ull

Wilaes

Atch Raltlmoee <

Illlnui.

4* S4-I SS KO-f

it !«-4 3I-& 1««-l (7-4 41-S

I

: .V 4

.

.... ..

Ward

»

.Verth Amerlcaa Ca^ l ac lie. A Bloc Cow e.'ple 1 «iaa I'ltlaliurg <'oal Poet u at Cereal

Tob.

High Topcka a Santa Fe


1

.at

Kalla

43 **

17-1

have been satisfied



Brie Krle Oreal

7

demand deed not

thIa

(Br Brltlsk Aaierio.n

17-7 63-7

11*

!4

Weatern nior Weatlnshouae Kler. White Motor Wlllya-OTerlaad Wltlys-Oeerland pfd. Waal worth

?e-4 :• •

Oola Col. Fuel * Iron

Steal atael pfd

Vanadium Wabm.h

14-7 13 4

6»-i

r*oeo

If.

Alco

Rubber

44 3;.

1*12

7)l-»

.

Cappar

Chino

V.

S4-3

47-4 3A

It

1

•al*

will

V.I

1.11 .t;u

I

'

finish.

14-S II-3

2

13-4 71-1

;-«

1

17-7 144-7

47-< 17-1 i:-« :4-i

<'hantllrr <'hl

>

everything rloaed at the bej^i prlcea of the day, and the demand waa most Insistent during the laat hour's trading. The oil ahares which loat crotrad darliif the ialtui trading. Vise tamed atreiw la the afteni
14-4 4t SI-1

1

l!»-4 173 i3 ? S4-S *l-4 ll*-4

Verde Ext Utah Copper

&4-S

HI

14i-( ST-1 St-1

i*ii.«.-o

l.r

1

Ind

a. n. 8.

»-7

11

7*

S4 IT-1 S*-*

t'nit.d

»;.

U-J

7

1

-•

4f-t J«

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)

2 1 - .1 ft7-l

1

HaHlmorr a Ohio Sethlehem Hieei nrnomyn Manhal

C^rro >nl ra

i
.No,-irl\-

11-4 14-4 41 1*

S*-7 21-1

17 • -S

.

.

I'nion I'.rlfic Inltr.l Krult

t2-4

23-2 ««-< ss 54-7

AO

Tobacco Prod Tob Prod "A" Tran. oil

C.

12-5 1**-*

S-4 S*-7 in-i

Tax. Pac. C. Roller

TImken

lift

»-7 ll-l IS*

a, 71.

I

aad

aelves. seem to cloae.

i

111*

lT-4 •4-4 1**-S

.

2. S-4

tit

**-4 ll-S 74-1 l-l 4|.S TS-I 47-4 I4-! 11-7 14-* 41-S S»-7 14-1 Sl-« SI-!

.

!1

3S-< 23 44-7

lis

Ray Cona

ID

n-»

lit

(lulf

Baldwin

1

4»-7 11> < *-7 IS l*«-< 11-7 14-4 43 SS-2 ll-l 14 42 1* 4*-4 21-7 7-« Sl-«

.

I.«ad

Martbera N.T.

&S-4 S4-I

tl 11

11

Alihiann

auctioneer,

Phone 1421

«

Tlia

;

1

(Paralabad by

Mlaaa

SI

4-7 li S-4

tS-4 2!-3

?S .

1

S4-7 *-l

*-l

SI Oil

Nevada Cena. N.T., N.T.,

17

• -1

Miami Mldeala Steel Parinc MIM. Par. p4d iMontgomery Ward National Bnamet

4

1

• &-S

11-7 41-4

Oil

Mlaa,

1

&3-t S4-1

Ii3-«

S4I

It TS-4

:>*

B

MIddleatatea



1

1

.

Kusar

Sum

All

McCLU i

.

Knirll.ra 8iecl rdy.-

s

:4i

A

May

»«-( It*

II-3 lS-4 ••-3 44-S 32-4

l-T

Maxwell Max.

4

ts S«i k*-4 •4-S It TS-*

&*-4 •4-1

1

10 4

iMaxwell

f S

.

*

lt-4 TI-4 44-4 s;-4

.

Chi.

Soath HaoipHlilre lioad

M-l <

Metala Had! a tor Ml li> ami Com.

m

..1

3-4 1

3)4 3»-4 S-4 2S-4 lt-4 SI SI

SI TS-4 lS-( 41-4

It»rk

11

31 -

.

lk>

Am. 'I'l Am. WcHilena Anaconda Aaaor. Dry <;o«ds

Ihrlr

at

,47 and 4f, Section 22. 1147. 41. to ft. by lis ft 5 in I,Ata 47 4f, 6S ft. by lit ft 5 In. each.

velvet,

In

h.tIo.

Knad

llamiMhlrt'

.Tt,

12&

KlredoKw,

Cnlden

Publlp

.

I.lnaeod

Mil.

Mall.

McCalman

MaMive rioldrn Dinars in laathar; Oak Chair and Rookar In real leathrr. Oak Centra Table. Mahogany Mn«|p (lock,

.

1

tbo fellowint: Ooldtn Oak Bstanalon ^Table and 8«t of

«'abln»>t,

to thf

prit^r

Noplli

laatructrd by Mr.

by

.^rll

* ...«,...

Am. Caa. i, Am. Car A Wy> Am. Cotton Oil Am. Inil Corp

Am. Am.

Tomorrow Morning at 10:30 a number of valuable Building SltcM, which can h« eeen nt any time by ap-

MM Brath Dri«» (off OOfse Rand)

McCloy

will

Mma

7

-

*-

S

246

Valley

tMaryland

«

11

.-iiif*r

lios.

1

»

1

2S S-4 tS-4 14-4 S>-t

1

Sl-S tt-l

A Naah Truck

1

l«-7

S-4 SS-4 14-4

I.lma

&-I 40 «3-7

39-7

«

Chun

Kf't

Am.

.\

Furniture

Will

CTi.m Aai-.

Am

SAl.K Ol-

1

BUIl.DINC. l.OIS

Flr»t-<

Al

\m

Am.

IMPOk ANT

m

Chalatert

13-4

1-

31 -( 1

.

N-4

7S-4 .

Tea ciiy

24 - S .'1-7

2

Oil

Kenalcott Copper Keiir BaHagaeM Keystaaa TIte

cent.

}-«

IT

1*3

1

S*-4

Kan

held francs

Hierllng

41-i ax le*

ax e. a 1 .7

Paper

l^uL

Ii'-^-'per

Rubber

Allied

Brttlafc

i

'

1 J

llarv Mcr. MaHaa Mer. Mar. ft*. NIahal

Jone.

kPurnlthed by Sardick /Brotheri, Umlud) All Kraetloaa In KlKhtha HlKh- \j»w. Cloaa.

Am.

Auction Saturday Aileriiooii al Z o Clock

.

.

,

a

lA)w«"r at 4 Vi around there until closing.

held

Oil

<'
1

loaaa arransad at flva P*r eaat. There was a good demand for oommercial p.iper, the bulk of the prime

AJax A Ills

Sir' Mak. the world a llitia bli bcttar by m.rdnc a» a "Hapdy Uama. awoai Heaia."

& CO.

A «

li.M.

Comb. Bag-i

lavlBclbla

Marks .^galn money opened

Call

BARTHOLOMEWS KlTRNrriRK Hie DMclaa

I

4

.

84. SS.

prlee, prica.

.

In Ana running ordor, rood Urea and

'

l>ein.n«l.

llllnoia Int. Int. int. Int. int. I at.

around around $4.48 Vii and French F.87 cents. German marka were down to aavan-tentbs of one cent a billion. aa0tkar low,

lIBIiIX>R

Street

I<\>rt

«

I

Inaplrallon

tima-ln nearly a montk.

Demand

thia meratef.

ROBERTS A

Napier

t>-Cy lincier l

Ob ytaw

.1.1

.,.1'

I

Kuumaiiia

illous'nn

The time money market was quiet with occaalonal thirty and alsty-day



Farksville

.11

j

CANADIAN 5TERUNC

91%, up

noon

Dreaa Stand, K.iwceit Kange, Kitchen Tablea and ChaIrM, Cooking Utenalla. 1:1. (Irlll. Man a UUycle, Cyphera" Incubator, Waah Tub, Toola, Saalara. larsa Rafrlsarator, and Um uaual Kltohas Raqukdtaa.

eholoo eoiMltiifnoiit of tarlnc

!«.> S'

Ruying 8«UliW

snias ran from one to thraa of tBJ^BIW points but toward the hour the upward movement was temporarily checked by renewed heaviness of the oil sharea. Short IntereaU were generally credited with aupplyinc most of the day's buylnv power although eonamlasion heuseo reported a raawakanlns of publift interest. whleU haa hma at low ebb for many weeks.

and Oliver T>po-

I'ndorwfiod

inKi' o.

.\i>iM>umx-tu«'iit

Itiln

NEW

;«.>4..

t.it.

Initial

writera, 8-foot Silent Baleaman,

a

l'w»oi

I

I

stocka.

Ifx-ludinK: Sinurr Cabliift Spwlng .M;i<-Mn«", Ka.ny and Oc. Chaira, Rem-

frMh Jmrmy Orule and Hol-

IVman.l

I

waa finally run up to on the day! on total tranaaotlMM of more than 100,000 sharea. Nat gataa «f four polnU or more alao ware raoordad by elsbt leading

Hou^buid FuroiUire

Eght Cows

Demand. 16.4.

"•wadmt

i

i

the offlcial opening price which finally at 89 to 88^. as against a previous closing price of 86%. The

etc.

fi«T«ral

i

.

VICTORIA PUBLIC MARKET

/.Noraay

I

waa nzed

of

V

oil

(-<)

AsMftaaa Bead Corpn YORK. Oet. SI.— A ru.-i. to ceyar ahort oaroaytaaaata In the stock market aa a reaaH af tlia ovemlcht news that the United Statae Steal. Corporation had declared an extra dividend of of per cent fin the common atlx'k put many of the .sprcUlatlve favorliea up $£» today »•> feeling at yeaterday'a cloae waa waa bearlah that nearly everyone working on the side of lower prices. After an advance of two points In tha etaela aad equlpmeata. at the opening the akort iatereet beeame aneaay and bid atooka tip on them(Br

t

•S.

of

prlco

MkMnmis

Mil

iHmaiwl. IT. 14. tlKit,,,i.,,.| l>cmand, IT.Cl. lirmaad. IS. Si. hr<« Greece UcaMMd. l.M.

So yraat waa the action of bayins ordara for U. S. Steel common that It waa aomi mlautaa before the committee on quotatlona eeuld determine

'

a quantity

flrat

u(

o

I'dmIiii

I

'i,

'1

Uanmirli

Ru.hIi for Steel

by Public AoetlOB

sail



Today

. UM.

«

I

— Bus

M.a«.

cloalns quotations. The day's tranaactlon ran well corer a million abares

ROBERTS & MELLOR Inatmetad, will at th'

»

<• ii

la

II

iU-.Mult

rii'i

I

1

morlgagea

€tf

polnU higher than yeaterday

to 1V4

MEbSKS.

Co.

in

'

liic

M«ii>

Ismjfs.

markef, which

Na. 14

Mil by Auction »a abovs.

.

r

I> l><

..

I

Stiniulal

4»V

uoouOUUi>u. Hellaad 4.

The unexpected declaration of an extra dividend on U 8- Steel common on tha atrattsth of an nnuaually sood Quarterly earn Ian rapert eomblnaf with the publication of a bnlUah foracast by one of Wall Straat'a moat famouB Bperulatora. brought a flood of today'a stock
O'BRIFN & CO.

0iwnmr

1

'

ubim.

I

I

MimL

Bay

Furniture and Linen

M 1^

I

Steraa

T><>pl

M..K1 u..ri\. N . ,..n

M:'.

.

will

Baad

Usefvl

i O

carrying rallroada waa partlruU' f active, fair galna bains raobrded by linaa of flya Waatam.x^M*. Preaaare acalnat United fltataa Oovernment bonda waa lifted and aevaral l>lttle of these l.-oiue.-i moved upward. IntoroKt wan dlsplayd In th«> foreign

from t o'rlork. and

tkia aftarnooo of aal..

;

Mev

rVmasd. t«.44 T-tO;

II

irni.

I

.

dlVlNioM

Oa vlaw

DIVIDEND BY

Ivnamcl Vatienai Uea d

'

rraaanrca, eti

Note

MARKU

J UUUUtt WUtAT in.

SI a

..

'..Uun.l

M 8l-«t. MiritiB — Draand

YORK.

liuying

be aotd trat.

of Cleaa

hill.

^

-

Itmrnna, « cadadlaa daUata.

Laaue

l-ltforfd

*

r



Um

Friday at 1:30 P.M.

Jene. Hroa. Tea Laawa laoarpaf«tad

u

—SUrltac

SI

Oct.

lUI/

m

pfcaaa

riienl

AUCTION

t

Oet. II.—Tha aharp ttpwari iftn In today'a ateak market n ny canned Improred prloea for aecondary and convertible booda> whilr moderate Improvement waa dieI'laycd uIho by the high gradr Invest-

i.

'

l^aet

iiji

sii«rfa aC

for

Hii^ii

liu-

'.im nuiu. roMtatinc KuDirH '>ili K '.<• .rxi Hnffrt (o Kitanaion l.bic, ^ mid <)»k S'^ .S.ir.Uif .ic«ii> •Mtoh. ttak TabUa. Hlnctr 8U l>r*wri UoUr? Drophnd Madrta*. Oak aa4 oUmt Boc-k.Tii. Scwinc Caucb. Vil! OoaaolMm >«W. CarvaU, WhIU • ml otMrr \>TtMrn. Chr.I of l>rmwM«. Lara* Mirror. Whll<- Kiiiinrl H^.l. Sprlnc* Bad Mattrcw. Kl(i*a. Six Uoaen Hot

W. tti«

WlUk.

ckaaa* irr«c«Ur. Great RHt.in

II ltd

Kii-.-iiKiti

I

r»llr

1919 Chevrolet Car AUo

of

lutnMtod br tlM

NK« .1 11 r 'tj

.S(<-4

NKW

&

YOKK LXLHAXCl

U

.\7

TURN IN

&x HoOM Coiuisting R—wu, Bath, Etc

The

EffecU

Auelkm

1923-

1.

I

o'C'luik

J

III

r

UPWARD

K

and Miscellaoeous

,

T.

l,y

Friday,

PiaM, 2 GraMphoDes

McCloy

1

Finance and Commerce

Co.

Household Famitnre

will

1

.

..

FAVORABLi:

Will Mill al him

Tea Rooms

: 1

.

glilMtf

Duly

McCloV

..

C0rporatioB, Lmitei Phoflr* 348, J49>

bstabluhrd 1901

PHeMe Win

to

1

Rent

AN iMNara

Eachaages

^..aa.;«tas.Vi.iiJU •;TtV.ei»'*<.-a.*a

a

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA.

18 nil

T.

AUCTION

—AUCTION Today,

1

:30 P.M.

In our Auction Halla. corner ranaufd.

and Blanahard

Finance and Commerce

by

Inatructfid

IJiily

wUl

w

I

GENERAL UPWARD

November 2nd

Friday,

and MiscellaiKous

r

UaoM Consisting al &ul RaaM, Bath, Etc. Madam Eifidi CaHaga Pkaa Editaa GnuaapWae

&

Co. t«ti

lly

NRW

l

l

.

I

'

mm«

nry I'irturw and <;iaaawar«. Whaelbarrow. Tool*. olr* Linoleum. t;ard»n I .awn Mower. Stork, and Diaa. Mix Uoaen Hoi Llea rreaervca, etc.

4t nil BlaMltef« Krwk

:30 P.M.

Lat aa4 CherrolM Oar

Net*—H««M aad br

lea Roonu

»iH

Omammta,

of Clean

a*M tmt. Om v<«w tkto alUfaaea tram

orai^

aad

el Ml*.

O'BRIFN & COe

and Lioen

iMlrMtod hr tiM

tmnt

TMFoatM. N*.

McCloy will sell

.

tiy

auction

& m

Fhooe 71«7

Ua MESSRS.

Co.

ROBERTS & MELLOR lastmetad, will

above.

at lh<

sail

by Poblle Aoetiea

738

I).''.

'

2 P.M.

at

MM.

Mofimia

Uoiuiehuld Furoiture

VICTORIA PUBLIC MARKET

tosathar with a small atoek of Camaat Oartfen Hsuntalna. Bird Batha> V)^*'

and

affaata,

Cows

Eight

Machine, Ka.'»y and Oc Chairfi, HemUnderwriod and Oliver Typewritera, 8-foot Silent Haleaman. Wall Caaea, Beda and Mattreasaa. Trunk, Baby Caniasai Booka. Omamants, Bhaeta, Bordered Carpets, Bz. Table, iiiirton.

BeTwal frMh

Orad* and Hol-

Jaraejr

•tatn Orada. • to « yaan eld, milking ona. ta 4'

Taam

Wagon

Horses,

Machine, an Envelope Addreaalng Machine, Itook.shelvcH. Kn r.ureau. IJedroom Chairs, I'lct ijrc.s. St.mdard I»esk. Curtains, Dreaa Stand, Kawcelt Kange. Klt<-hen Tables and Chalrn, Cooking lltensllii. Ul, Urill, Man'a Uicycle, "Cypbera Inoubator. Wash- Tub, Tools, Baalara,

"White"

and Harnan Yocmg Bay Mare A

etialea

aeiMtynmant af taytns

Rotary

T6*aUi«r with SO Chlekaaa, from a lady 1«ar1n» th»

aa4

Refrigerator, Kltehan Requisites.

lar«e

Oa view

city.

ROBERTS * MSUiOR

b-Cyliinler "Napier

7M

if%ame

FV>rt Street

1 ouring Car In flna runnlnff ordar, arood tirea an
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McCLOY

Ht.

and III* Fort

t^raaat Btoek or t'a«
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Auction Satiirdav Aiiernoon at 2 o Cluck

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Am.

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Mas

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i

ii.st

Au'iion of

ufflces.

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3 Jartey

MM HMth

Dffit* (off

Coa

McCalman

lastructcd by Mr.

Table.

Calilnpt.

Sea

IMclures,

Curtalnii.

Mahosrany

Cra.^

("hair,

Couoh

Mii«i<-

Klredoim, In

velvet,

handsome fjnlden Oak Dreaeer«; Oak C R. Chalra, Med room Tabjea. good Iied
Clock,

I'rinreaa

Kanse.

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Kitchen

and 411 4,10 Bttlldlnff. Victoria.

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Mo.

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Monterey

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tion

Ne.ir ^A^^

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12,

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District.

1

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Bloclc

2,

4k

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and

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Ctela

Sec-

K and 1 W. North Map 14fS, 8Im of

about ft. by CO ft. This la a most desirable site for a country resldenee or Summer home. The above lota muat all be nold and clear titles can bo given Kor further particulars apply to the LiOt

a

Fuel

..

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,

.

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1

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14-3 40 24 4 :.

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.

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Nov Dec

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54% 1t« TI

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121»a

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.

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4% n4%

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by

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silver

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U. S.

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fl.

(Furatahed by

Rardick Brother., L.lmltedt

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fits I

3

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14% 12% 2*%

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1:1 *i>(,

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p«Mlo acbool aaUbllahed D.C waa opoae* in

Waahlaston,

1I«B.

YOUR UNCONVERTED

14

2414 1

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21 giMBr, cafttrlrefined graaalaced. •.•• ta •.••.

i.2li

fugal,

1923'S

of ear Caavairalaa Oafer, w. atrongir adrtsa ^1 ckaico af atM af the fntlowlna ewwltlaat ba,*i»41. payable New York .1, IioNUS of Int. only) 1:5 10 WKSTM1N8TER la, 1*41, at *4.111, with RO.M .S nf tl4ll CASH 11.*** (leaa arr Int. oaly). 41,444 NORTH VANCOUVBB 4%, 1441, at •*.*•. witk BONUS of 11**.!* CASH tlaas aa«. lat. aaly). All tka akoT. kava a larta aad laeraaalBa aerplaa la tkair OlakHMr Faada, aad eaa ka r sea wmiaedad as a aaaasnratlea aad aafa lavaatiaat wHfe aa aaaaisl laaiaaas la eapttaL

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If

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Pan American Pete

»n.

Lo*n,

Meek

1943. Dtir 1028. 1948, (g) 58 Due 1942,

5%— Due

45.000 Brittoh Coliiaibte.

Pa'ifir on Pan Ainerlcai^ Peie

4^%—

(ffi

90fi

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6%—

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Pat. B.riaara

@

101.46

Tckpboac, Write or Wire at Oar Expense. We Accent 1K3 LOAN BONOS at PAR.

WW

.... Oil

Standard Oil. Cal. siardard Oil, N.J. Texas Co Teas. Paclfie C. a O. .

.

.

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OmMpie, Hart

&

T«d^ Uiutod ne 2140

,

....

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WE HAVE

For immediate Delivery

,

New Dominion Loan Dim IMS at ft.7S

Burdick Bros., Ltd.

Nlrholta Beech Nat T*arblag Brooklyn Rdtaon ........ Bora. Br«a. "B" ,

Parking claic. Pneumatic Taal Central Ueatkar riuett Peakedy C0. Cora Cole

Ol'

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a

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west Parai 't'-'r Ttra a Bakker

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Famooa

Jnhnaon Players-

Direct Wire to All Kastem ZxcWutgnM, Safety TVpofft Box** for Rent —

....

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ll^i.

high i\. low 4 rutins rate 4%: cloalng bid 4%. offcrrd at 4%: leet laaa 4%. r^il laaa. aealas* aeaae4aaeea 4%. Time loan, easy; mixed collateral, «•.!•

AO t.'i 101 41

101

41.—Bar

Mexican dnilara 4«S <'all mone> euler.

I

l**.0i

AND MONEY

Oet.

34%

N.

Marlan'l Oil MIdillealalM Oil

1

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if.

,1

1

SILVER

1*7. 4i

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New

Pet*

Oil HoiiKtnn Oil Invlnrlh!e Oil

i

quiet. Bleae

.

AMOelsled Oil

1

41

ataady. apot 44. Ti. Zinc nulei. Ka*l St. L«ula. spat

l^OfmOV,

MONTREAL PRODUCE — t>ct.

4

7

aunee. Maa.y a% par ceat. Di* ount rates: ahetf MIU • t|-t< «e M per cent: thrM asaaahif Mils 1% fa • l-ll per cent.

lat lat

othera quiet Potatoea Per bag. car

Copper aad faturM 11 %e Oct. SI.

Antimony, apot |l.*l (•

1*2.** 1*i

1** 4i 10*. 7& 1*1 ti

Sa^—Tax

I.aa«,

June and

43 4

41

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101.3* l**.t* April ai«d Oet. ... Mar. and Sept. {pay141.94 141.44 able New Tork> Add accrued Inlereal to dale 1*17, 1*37. 143 daya. 420.t:2 per 41, 4*4. 14tT, Itll. 1443. 1444. 144 days. 1*24, t2T.44 per li.— 1*11 1*27

41-1

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VICTORIA VICTORY BONDS SM%—*a>Bidrxas Aeked 1t2T lat .Tune and Ftae. 1*11 lal Mnv anil N.v. 1*17 lat June aad Dae.

43

«s

National

fileel

44-4 41-1 44-2

T2 «

•4-4

Meady and uaehaagad.

Iron

»4-4 104-« •4-4 4T-4 44 44-4 44-3 IIT.4 4T *T 44-2 1*T llS-t 141 144 1T4-4

United

Detroit

7J 4 TI •

44-4

.pot ta Tin firakar. spat aad aaarky #41:

:i

....i

Dom. Rrldge r>om.

i-n-a

MT-t

TI-1 72-2 T4-4 44-1

141.17.

1*2-2

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YORK.

trolytlc.

.

'an

fan. far Tdy. pfd. Can. S .S. pfd Can. lien. Klec Cona. U. a K.

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WORLD'S METAL MARKETS

(Paraiahed kv BeMlek Bratkera, LlaUtad) 11 rraetlasa tai Wahtha Claa. ni Telephone ..T. ..... 10-; Brompton Paper 4* nra.zr.lan Trac <

44-1

.

l*«-l 111

14T.1

72 4 71-7

41-1 41-8

Dec.

May

B.tl

I

Tl-1

July

I

1%

Kaatern

Verde Kx. warae Gael n.

71-4 T2-1 7*-l 44-1

....

Osta—

1%

Teck Hughe. Tuolomne

r.«w

1*;-* 112-4 1*4-1

May Oct

nigh

1*4-1 111-2 ., .. .... 14T-1

I).*

2*

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Open

".'.'.'.'.*.',

July

«2%

41 14

,

May July

41

4%

.

.

Wkaat—

*% »%

.

Ny. Porcupine Nlplaalng Ohio Cop. Ray Here.

%

1

It ,

Heela

1

I

1% 1%

T>olorefl

Buraka

I

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flm^

Is

thi.M ,11 particular stage of the crop, with a biK movement iM>aBibljr not far away, we would BOt oare t« the follow advanttes.

•4

2i

.

The weather

liu.sheK.

.10.000

and

T

T

.

a Wast Jeroma

In.

2S

1%

<'andelabria Coaa. Copper <

10%

1*%

Butte Cal.

44 '

T

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1 1

1

Coaa

in-

L"

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I^Oflilen

Shell I'nion Mtnelsir Oil Kkelly Oil

14%

Caaa,

sfrcinper

l

,

III

14%

:% 4%

Cr Prod

wa.s

day. with the new corn 1 .mil cenia enls hiKlicr Thl!^ .Old old - III wild tlic r<-piirt»'i| li^hl iiuinlrv offerlngH ami miKlernle rn i|itN ,il(ir.;y with the advance In wheal, atarlcii renewed iMsUvlty on piu^ of ItMiai bulla and also oauaed free oovorlnc. The tdilpplnir demand was fair, but wiles were small owlnf to the light ofTerIncfl. total being only 25,000 bushel 1. while tlier.. were sales Id »tore nf

si; 10

ti «•

41

.

.. ...

Sapulp. Cr.

Cash rorn

Corn:

m

•% .

Pete K.y.taaa Kai Marl Maalaa

Pennook

eonfUotlaff Inflaenees.

Inff

.1

Int.

Mexico Oil Mutual Oil Noblo Oil

with a two-aided marked natural consequence of prevail*

poaltion,

the

3

i*S

i;%

(Jienrock

Salt Salt

6% 11

«%

.

taking tha

.

4 'a

pfd.

Xlkra

.

Federal

situation, is bulla have

.1

I

2? 14

4

rem. ,

cities 8vc,

('a naili.i

,

VasadUiai Carpa

California

A Pure on

%

1*

... ...

Steel

Phillip.

1

Aakad,

4%

Radio Keo I'n.

Bid.

14% 11%

14% 2% II W

Stats

1

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Coal

'•nirlfugal hei ker t ab

Ourant

ih<-

til

Canadian flours are plaoe of our prtidaet Iji

Iadas4r4al.

Acme I

tlx

with

was followi

saareral

Lbaltad)

Brotfceeai

iiveraold

w.1.1 tliiM,

weight which llie ctuTF all the time.

to 5:« sea

1

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,\L^

.

and which

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4%

4%



....

Steal Pdy.

RelMehem StMl

Prod.

11^ 171

lis

m.irlMt

oomnilaalun houae absorption of critin, early helped to brlns about th« advents. Domoatic oaah wfekiat markaU held up well. the primarr movement reflects moderate market, but the forelm news, especlxllv irt i*ddea

MONTRKAi..

••

1 i,

.s

14 It •-1'.

.,

1

.-.4

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24%

Nickel

Miami Copper Co Nevada I'ona Copper

:s

11

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.TI*.

Ureal

International

il'4 21 %

41

II

21s H't IT,

(

1

41% 14%

14*% 14l% 14<%

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Urnnhy

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extent,

ciiverliig.

by

4.**.

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II 'a

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1

17%

24

Packard Motor Co Plerca Arrow Matar Ca Btudekaker White Motor Co Wlllva »rrland WlUya-overland pfd

II

4%

4%

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??5 27% 44%

T4% 41% 31% 11%

Motors

Moon Motora

,

I

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short

ITl

N. T. faada, 1
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41% 44%

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1*% 1T% 2tS (&%

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Monthfv

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Hupp. Motora HudMa Matar

17

T4% 14% >•% •4« 44% 14%

14

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Trajaa on I'tlwF OM caa.-a.a Oil

and Ti

a

Allied Cha«»leal

1S.44

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.

Oenrral

Royal Dutch

It

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.

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Maxwell

S

12% 34% 44% 44% »»% 100%

42

Konthern Pacific Southern Railway Tezaa Pacifle Cnlon Pacific

Wabaak

21% «•%

It

4111a

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Silver

pareiiil\ to some

T»%

Cal.

MA> tiM fefftMi ^ttrwHurg Mart

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44%

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NY.

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JERSEY STOCK

4H 4THb

*i% •»% 112% 114$ 111% 14H 11% 14S

4%

New Orleaaa. Tex. A New York 'entral

Aaareada American Sme'tar.

il

41

,

Mlnourl Pacific Mlawurl Pacific pfd

Readies

••% 2*W Ti

7i

17

Valley

l.ehlgh

"%

102% 102% 102%

Southern

<'lty

4*H

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,

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44

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4*-.

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MIT.

pfd

lat

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41V.

4l4

pfd. pfd.

A Wastcra

41

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42

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(oalmont

handling

PtU

Copper llav I'ona I'tah I'opper

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1>lr.tty

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R.I. R.I.

Brio

f.

41 1 cw. and e»lra 1 feed '-•d 3tH; 2 faad, 14%; rajaat.d: 22%: track. 4*%. Barley— 2 cw.. il%: 4 cw.. 47%: rejected 41%: feed, 44%: tmck, 11%. Flaa— 1 awe, 2*1%: 2 cw., 14<%i l cw and r«i.etad. 147%; track. I***. Rya— 1 ew., *t%.

Traasar»r'i

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married, dcair** ten rrara*

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FURNITURE SNAPS

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Cheaapeak.

.

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American Sugar Refinery Cuba American Kugar Cub. Cane Sugar Cuba Can. Bug.'- pfd. raala Attagr. susar ....

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41 4444

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24-2

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by

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Cloae

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Dae.

Happy Hollow farm, Duucao

will Sell by Public Auction

1M-1

i

yitTORIA EXCHANGE

In

ROK

lOt-1 t7-4 41-1 4-4 44>4

ITS

• 7t»

>••

Nov

l>-t 14-t

lerlral

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41

Initial

finish.

»T<» *7

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tSI% >••$

Rye—

WANTED

:«.

poalllon. anytfllag

money

M-4

oil

cround during the

lost

Crucible

Mav

complete line of House Furnishings


21 4* J«-4

•4%b

t>ec

Phono 4M1

AUCTIONEECTS

2

11*4

the shares

the tradlnt, also tvmed strong la aftemoion. aad made up some of the recent losses. The Tan -Americana featured the advance In this latter group. Kallroad shares lagged somewhat, but leading higher priced shares were firm throughout the aeaslon. Sentiment at the cloae waa a complete reversal of what it was at yeaurday's

• 4K

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il

Nov

G. A. D. FLITTON Cor. Paa^ra and Blainhard Streets

STEWART WILLIAMS &C0.

2« »1

W Will

•*H M14

241

Oct

a

SITUATION

11-4 44-1 114-4 ;« hi 27-4

Hl(h.

44 tk

Oct

moderately priced.

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7

»-a

ii%

Nor Dae

i;i-7

13

;

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Ma/

AIR-TIGHT HEATERS sizes

21-S t*«-l 47-4 44-1

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Nov Dec

May Plaa—

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1

4

il

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Oct

Barley Oct

(S

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.

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12* 172

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wheal

the

41-7 11? i7-4

14-4 !J I

7-2

1-7

1-7

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412

lt4-4 41-1

2

t4-T 14-1

<

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of Grain llandM With Cloae of Day

3

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112 Il-T

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12 « lt-1 14-i

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Utah

112 74-< (-4 44 72-1 47-2

7

44-4 41-4 114-4

a. Steel V. 8. Steel pfd ITnll.d

lit 40-4 17-S 44-4

72-2 1-4 41-t Tl-T 47-1

2

Vanadium

il « It 1

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U.

4

The

hour's trading.

last

which

the de-

insistent during

Ixiiilaville & Nashvlll. Mlaa, Kail. A TeitM

7

4-4 lt.7

&3

closed at the day, and the

was most

217

«

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12S-4 173

everything

pricea of

21-1

7(-4 17-4 ti

1

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11 T

71-S 17-4 «4-4

.

t^nlon Pacific I'niled Krulf C. S Ind AIco K. 3. Rubber

4-T

144-4

Roller

Tob. Prod Trana. OH

«

Iff

41-4 104-4

Nearly inaiiil

14 44-7

1 1

.-.t-t .

Tobacco Prod

.474

a

4(-K i:i-i 2J-7 24 14-4 41-1 4(-2

'

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Motora Ooodrlch Itubbrr

Teiaa (lulf Riilphur Teia„ I'a.irir R.U. Tex I'ac. C. * O

TImken

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cent)

(Furalahed

1,

Sterling. 4.41%.

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he.si

per

I

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1

27 %*

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14*7

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14-T 41-1 4»-} 112 17-4

.

f>avlann

I'ac

Staadard Oil. Cal. Standard fHI. N J standard iMI. Ind Stewart Warner

121-2 41-1 4»-4 3«

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41-1 124-S S4-f 2t-3

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Weatern I'nlen Weetlnghouae Rler. White Motor WiUrs-Overland ... WlllT.-0»erI«nd pfd.

12

1

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14 44-S 41-2

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24-7

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auctioneer.

Phone 14S1

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.

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Copper

Col.

4-1 11 4-T 14 4-4 11-4 22-2 t*-< lll-< 4-T 41-4

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Hchool Playground. Ix)t« ,^, « and 7. Block 2, Section 22. Map 1140. sue 60 ft, by 110 ft. each. Ma»l«wood Rood Baanleh Diatrlct. Lots 2.' and 24. Block 8, Section «2 Map fiSSA. Size 60 ft, by 120

SaanJch Road.

.

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Pnnco

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Map

,

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fhan^ller

:

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Parking

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NaiKinal National

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14-1 14 S-4 IS-4 14-4 SS-4 11 1«4 44-4 44-1

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kllaa.

11 TS-4 4-1 44-T

S

i>ot. atarM Baafcaard

Mlaa.

21

Weattnghouaa Klac. Western Union Wr.iilwoMh Co

I

cloae.

144 44-4 44-1 44 71-4 14-7 41-4

Mldrala

4

13

14-1

.

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l.<>(n

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Table and

Chalra. Utanalla, Waahln* Machine, lot Blea Homa Praaanraa, faw Carpantar Toola, aaaka Potatoca. Ontoaa, Ap> plaa, Orlndatona, Hoaa, «tc. Purcbrrd Jrracy < ow and 9 IIHforfl Maaaey- f larrl.
;>

Mar

»o-<

.»4-J

.

Aasoe. Dry fSoods Allanlln <;iilf Aliliison

Ixjta

:,0 by ft. Oppoalie the Municipal 1

125 ft. 3 Hall.



.

.

.

Troak Maryland Oil A

t

?!•« 4«-4 JI-4

1

A

'l

Mrooklyn

North llam|>>thlro Itctail and .IS. Block I, Map 9

h

i

a Naak

Ma«k

14>

2

12-4

1

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11-4

&t-4 t«.| li-f

.

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n

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ma

1.AUIB.

40

1

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Snipllara 8t.«l VAr.' (tugar

.\ni.

Am. Am.

y

liazwell

11

.

.

(

l.lnsMd L.ocomatlve Metsia

Brthlehem

polnlnienf prror to the nale. Including

Soath Haaipahlve

Will Mil tha fanowlnc: Ooldan Oak Bttff«t. Bztanalon Table and Sat of Maaalve noldt>n DInera in laathar; Oak Chair and Rock«r in real Ipathor,

Oak Centra

,

at 10:30 a number of valuable Building Sltea. which can be seen-at any time by ap-

Gotae lU»d)

&

McCloy

rd will «oll b.V Public (wlthiiut reserve) at their t

Tomorrow Morning

Onursy Hay,

Etc At

nu

'11

1

24 -

as-4 S-4 24-4 l«-4 41-S 44-1

Oil

Tea I

a

fl^

11

Kenalcott Cupoar KalUr Bp rt s an sli Kajrataaa Ttra Kreaga l.ahtgh Valler 1. 1

Sl-4

.

i'apor

Kan

«3-7

1

31

many

Thci l.)\orUea up $5 tod.i so yesterday's close waa waa that nearly everyone workins on the aide of lower prl
l.a

4-1

. . .

Mar. #r4,

Jnnea

r.-»

7

1,

Corp

Intl.

Am.

I

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f 'niton

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Am. Am. Am.

Martaa

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Cloae.

1

11

Am. Anaconda l>iil>

V Inl Int.

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Allied

Am

A m.

IMPOH AN

>-4

Rubber Chaimcrs

Allts

UALP

....

i

Mare

Int.

loans arranged at live yer cent. There waa a good demand for commerclal p.Tper, the bulk Of the "prtflM names commanding 5^4 per cent. around held sterling Demand 84.48 Vi and French franca around

St.

rURNlTUAS

PRiciea

Sllunlliiil

CHl«^AOO. Oet. tl.-^WIieat: Tfco market to4ay made a seed resptmeo to more favorable market develop* men which dlroctly iir Indirect IF gave Krai:i huyera more confldence sp-

4%

- 1 4

4*1» -»% 40 Sa 12. s 114% 114

Caal

I'lllat'urc

per cent on the he .spernf

I

-

141 44-1 Il-T TI-4

,

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(if

comrnuii sluck put

4a.

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lat.

.

....

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I'Btml ..... Inaplrallon .........

mittee on quotations could determine the official opening price which finally fixed at 89 to 88^. as against a The previous closing price of 86% price waa Anally run up to 91 V4, up b\k, on the dayi on total tranaaotloas of more than 100,000 aharea. Net gains of four poinU or more also were reoorded by eight leading

Fraetloas in Blgbtha High. lA>W.

\

of

dlvldftiil

S4.&II.

I

Mei.

AJ.K

3ar' Malta th« world a Mttla bU battar by ttartinc aa a "Hapiiy H.m.. SwMt Uaata." V.X h.va tb. at abaat

CO.

At CI »u.N 1.I.U^

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ANTIgUEa

FURN'ITIRK l«ia DMslaa

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STUUJNC

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Oil



I >

.

Aort eomaUtmoata In the stock sarkec aa a rsiNilt of the ovemlsht news that the Ualted States Steel, Corporation had declared an extra

I>
pilM. |«.*a.

iMaxwall

All

a» a

--.

I

\iii><>uiMX-fni'nt )

UaUlV

waa som« minutes before the com-

BARTHOLOMEWS

oil

l'r
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<

cover

•.S4.,

price,

Illlnum

F,87 centa. German marka were down tp seven-tenths of one cent a billion, another, low.

M7«

1

1

(Bj Brittak Antartaaa Baad Carpa.. Ltd YORK. Oct. tl.-^ nmh to

SS.tai

t&.4.

Buring

Iloviaton

:

this moratas.

(

IlilM

bearish

-

usual

ilie

of

ul iiu.-

-'«*r Marks .Xgm around ii 4 V4 Call money oikh. noon and held there until closing. The time money market was quiet with oeoasional thirty and sixty-day

'

FuUeU

Parksville

— —

i

2*% 1T%

44

? 1

.

feeling

buying power although commission houses reported a reawakonlas of public Interest, which has boea at low ebb for many weeks

Bet of Chairs, Boffet, 2 Elec. Lamps,

la

,1

Itcnult

rT<-«

I

M«iij



Initial galnn ran from one to three points but toward the eqd of the flrit hour fill miw.ird movement was temporarily checked by renewed heavitiens of the oil aharea. Short Interests were generally credited with supplying most of the day's

Sewing

Cabinet

SinRer

SI iiiiulnl liic

17 14. l>«inand. I7.$l. Hwiracrland Mpaiir Uanaad. 13 ;i3 (irvarc Damaad. !.»«. PoUad UtBMBd. .oeeovfc. Cz«.f ho HloTakIa Demand. * tS.

alao by the Im,-^ riucI'- invcTt

.

.

1T% 14%

44

fi.i

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1

i*rru»nd.

Ummart-

uil

I'll,

V.rth Amerteaa «<<:a. a Blaa.

1

ss.a«.

stocks.

etc.

Inrludinjc:

tl.-^Tha aharp

Ion J

^

National Knamcl Xattaaai Laed

CI

Mt«fiiBc

.11

utbtn. UW0UU0UUU7. Hallaad i>Maml.

waa

a vutatltj of

Audioii Saturday

^ n

The unexpected declaration of an extra dividend on U B- Steel common on the strength of an unusually good quarterly eamlaaa report combined with the publication of a bullish forecast by one of Wall Street's meat famoua speculators, brought a flood of buying orders Into today's atoek market, which carried active Issues 1 to IVi polnU higher than yesterday'a cloalnc Quotatlona The day'a transaction ran well «rer a million aharea fo/the first time in nearly a month. Rnali for ,Stc«'l Bo great waa the action of bnyin,; orders for U. S. Steel common that U

Utefvl

Furnitaire

»rut«

I

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Jul; UenuAd, «
«(

I

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l^maod. 44.44 7-I., fit' 't

III

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division.

will

e'eleek,

t

r

'

fonaoUum Ru(c. <'arp*ta. Wait* I 'Mich. '.-1 of l>rBW«TS, LaiCt *ri.t oLhrr I>r, Sprln(t» and MatMlTTor Whll.^ tr«M>. Kllch.ii K'oKr. K i< Krn Tablr and Obalra,

AUCTION

tMecU

Buying of mortaaatsa of gram carrylna rallraads was particularly ef feetlve, fair sataa beinc reeorded by lines of flye Western reada. pressure asalnat United States Goternment bonds waa lifted and sereral I..ittle of thi-.s<- Imhiics imived upward. interent waa displayed in the foreign

.r,«..l,n|C

HuOrt la Kitcaalon iUk »m<1 V1*i,.i{»i.. matrh. (tak 8«cr«Ulr«. Ituunr l>roi>ti«ad HInaer riU l>rawrr Oak and other aerfcerm. Madiiaa.

TablM, ScwinC

llT 'U

'

r* 'H «

upward turn la today's stoek market caused improved prloea for many aecnndnry and oonTertlble bonda, w loderate Improvement waa dla'i

o(

tsi«

YORK, OeC

Jaaea Brua. Te. .... laoarparatad May Depi .atoraa w ard MonI Kuril.

I.iaaw

EXTRA DIVIDEND BY

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1

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find Iia for Nhaieo l<>avarod



the

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Friday at

\

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IN UUGAiiO l'rl.t-„

Street.

Household Fomitnre

McCloy

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in

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had

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tbinils whi' li main hav«» \ i\ ully an I

.ltv«d

m.iiids (base

L^ra*

I can Imaitino Just how they felt whfri ilipj nyi I.. Snjuc. four young Dirn IxiuriU on the greatest adventure til f ir liven. Alan Crawfortl. commander of the party, bad been selected for hla apaelal «blllty when fttll a gtlMant in'Toranto Unlrartfty' Ha was twanty years old, fuH of enthusiasm and love of adventure. In this expedition it wa« the romantic element \\hi( li flrotl hint Td lie the !• adrr of u Ne
The KnklmtiH

Knlcht—

who never

i

ihtii

u

Wrangel Island heaved in and we tried to ting Rogers At last we thought we had it loeatad, and landed our cat and grub in a heavy surf. This was on the night of the 16th. On the mornlater,

Harbor.

ing of the

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fellow of thoae never grow up. command of the

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y

from Nome.

In Alihoufth se. party, he muat huve realised his real leadership. He was determined to impraw' on beye his eencaptlon

oiided

their

di-

jm rt u rri

ThouKli they announced

their destlnntlon

Wrangel

Island, either re-

iiH

the wlse-hoade of Nomo fused to believe them or were skeptlcal of their qhances of success.

tM

the Sliver

Wave

woman." Frank Weatiter The early entries In Knight's diary show the hoy.s optimist .mil full of

the

pOft

bay

.

in

noine ilislnnce out. but t|ie Hurf la ununpractical to launch the boat. I had a shut at a large walrus, but missed. The Bskimo woman is busy sewing clothing and he is doing very nicely. We are now husy stocking wood and getting (luarters ready for the Winter." It in a «mall wonder that the boys thought the stories of an ice-bound Wranjcel Iwlaiid were grotesque. Kor the freak weather of that Summer of ItSl still petaiated. With the omsan undotted by a single cake of loa and the breakers rolling in. Knight writes
We

,1^1011.1

.

have a

cfusinjf, so

Wrsagel lalaad

^

AngaM.

Is

Mfleo^ Keset^

flklp Is

Made rest

U

the lee Pack.

of the north—that a it was aueh friendly place that anyone could find food and shelter there, no matter liow Ignorant He of conditions failed spot on to realize t)mt no "arih can tie called friendly when man la 111 adapted to his environment, or has not the meanw or knowledse to adapt himself. Lorne was to prove toe passive. He waa able to Matid hardship, but laoked tha forethat to alleviate sifht end enerfy

boys* purpoae on this expeto occupy Wrangel>lsland III the name of King Qeorge and to run up the T'.rljlsh flafc. They had orders from .'^tef.inapon to keep this se< ret. Nome, not knowing the real reason for the expedition, was full of speculation. Four young men were sailing aorth In a boat, ostensibly for one of the most unlikely spots In the region. They were nm professional trappers, yet they paid

hardship

they were going to make their fortune trapping. Nome surrnitted that i.o one of therii had (\er set a trap in hla life. The pervading opinion was that the boys had got traek of'a gold

The

a misiaken Idea that enthe rent teat of manhood In the north. Endurance Is not bava fore cneufh. An esplorar aight to anticipate the approachlne

There durance

Is

Is

mmc

was

cMilon



an soon aa they will let i.Mirney

".\

beautiful di\y Maurer, Oalle I cut and siHcked wood all day, preparation for hauling on the arrival of snow. Crawford built brub bosas and a tool chest. Raw

a

aaal, terns.

putting supplies in shape Crawford getting our meteorological Instrumonta up, and myself .repairing sleds and dec har-

Wrangel Island. In the wimei of If 13. Maurer had escai>ed <><<'
tell

Wrangel in

ness.

1

Well, we were all set and ready start on our 'perilous' Journey. Ho, taking Vic (the little lady cat we got off the 88. Vlotorto) under our

At that time he had educatlan. ta sp sa k but through asaodatlaa with the sclentlata of the expedition he had acquired a passion (or learning. Since then he had spent other survirors.

they were making all neoaasary preparations for the Winter. Tet, even

.

arm. we depart** 4 p.m., September

from fl,

Noma

ItSl.

i

One

aeal seen, and numerous pulls. heavy Hurf riinn ny''^'^ .\ The next entries all pi
Knight's Story t

.Vlaurei

from the first, sandwiched in among the most optimistic comments, I find the foreshadowing of impending

at

mwit

tragedy set

down

quite unconstrfousiy.

hla apare houra In atudy.- I^y the t.n>e he (Tot chanee to Ku on Htefhe eoncnsaon's ex|i<'rHtion of himself tiffn iem |\well aidered grounded in Arctic matters to take Poor up exploration as a career. Maurer had baan married only a tew days before leaving on what was to prove hla 1/ist Journey. Then there was ent hiishiBt ic young Milton Oalte, h nineteen yenr-old hoy who had traveled from Texaa tliroufh tiM country aa Btafaaaeon's nil

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Tha ObaervatofT. QonzalM eights. D

toria,

Hall-

imported Peeking Liner Nanking

Yokohamn: and Mrs. S. Moiig Kong.

Another outward traveler will be Mr. J. A. Langley. of Ottawa, of the department af trade and commerce, ^ ho to going to Tokohama to replace Mr. A. B. Bryan as Canadian Trado

Commissioner

*ln Japan while that taken a rest for hix months. Mr. Hryan waa badly shaken b.\ the recent earthquake. On his return lo his post next year, he will retain Mr. Langley In Japan as assistant commissioner. The Canadian trade offlceo are establlahed In Koba at tha present time.

ofHcial

Heports are a«ain current that negotiations aro pending batwaan tha Paclflo Stenmshlp Company and the owners of the old China MaJI liner Nanking for the purch ane of this ve«B«|. She h;i.H lif>«>ti lih. sm ri Francisco nine* the .tuapr-natun of operatlotiK by the China MaJI Line a year ago. The Paclflc Ste4unahlg Company la believed to be dsatroua of running bar between Seattle. Victoria and San Franclaco paired with

the Hjpth Alosander.

SHIPPING INfOIiMA HON Ship Iladtp

Wireles.-o

Orav s >{;irbor noon for Vancouver; Baychlmo, bound for VanoouTOr, \t% mUee from William Head al • p.m.: John C. Klrkpatriek: miles from Loa left

A. Moffett, Richmond for 240 miles from Aatori.i miles from aeattle, Found for Vancouver. 644 miles from San Francisco; H. W. Baxter, Nanalmo for 8an Pedro, 4tt miles from Nanalmo; Venture, left Xlert Bay at 5 p.m.. northbound; Pilnce fjenrge, arrived at Prince J.

glUtt. TIMMi

Te

Prlni«

and

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Kiip«rt

Nome — enthusiaatlc,

happy, laboring under the excitement of keeping their eacret. Wklla negatlating for tho charter af a veseel the gllrer Wave to carry them to wrangel 'Island, they purehaaed doga and a sled. Tmiully. Arctic explorers take one or moCe Kaklmo families with theiri.

remark here

Nome





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the boys did not tak* «rt BakMio family. I do not ksow. it »ay IMVO baan bae«n«e af aaps— s^ eaiaiaaa—rtse—a*Mfc^

capped

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gain

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entered port on Saturday for a cargo of Uths. She cleared direct for Baa rraaelaog toter. On 8uadag the tm. fcagway, of gaatUa, antered pert with a cargo of gaaollne Her deatii aUon is sen Pedro. CaUfornU. vU Nanainio, \ nncnuvCT and Victoria. .Mliipments of iiunber went steadily forward to Prairie and We stern POtet* las^ week via the U. A N. Railway tm4 -

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Bench. Oct. 11 .—Arrived

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Two

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cording lo ueorgo Buahby aad Chris Hendrlekaan. who hava ndnrsad here from tha wreck. Tha hulk to rapidly going ta pieean. The foreo of ih^^ terrlflo sms haa flaitenesl the hI ip funnel, broken chains, and throw the flve-ton anchor a considerable distance. A oomraratlvely small lunavM af tha ora oa*«» to vlsibla.

,

price

umiak, for without

necoit.

pl^ClFICSTEAMSHi^^

to

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rived:

ST.

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northbound.

I p.m., Octolwr 11

Steamer

NATIONAL

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31.46; 41; sea smooth.

Oot. Il/«.lmmenao eeaa are bresiklng arrow, the hulk of the wrecked motorwhip Ken-

destination

would never make It. Wrangel Island has a had reputation as a place to reach becauso of Ice, but I can't ase their ideaa. far wa did pet aea a cake of ice all the way over. Anyhow, we tried to buy a large skin boat at Kaaf Cape, hut the price waa so darned high that we wocii.i not listen to the rohhers and left Poor boys! If they rould only have foreseen what waa going to happen they would have brawght that skin boat If tt had Ukan their last cent. A mgro Oxpertenced explorer would have khawn It wan cheap at

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Tteketa laaa uil and bags*** fron V|c


PRINCE RUPERT.

Oovemment

an»I plans, much to their emuaeioetit. for their sjine opinion was that we

Sc

I^adaa •«aasa

Wrerkrfi hrnnrcotf

(meaning, this Island). "Two days later wa ware at Wut Cnpo. where we ware bearded kg fpIt

The Ksklmo men do the li>'niiiiu' -ind women do the cooklfig. \S'hen

e expedition Is tu cover a long period of time, tha ^eatlan 6t sewing la isps i ally laiperunt. The nktnio wamaa are experts In the reparation of skins and In the makr w»Mi garments and wateri|r of boor Althoul which the proof

that all the old croaks In said that we w ould never maha

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the story of his own words. I found it typewritten on a plaoa of yellow paper en a bag la the tent In whloh his body lay. to

and doaens of seagulls and The gulls are all flying west,

no doubt turnloK aoutli at some point forlt-.er on The surf is still running r.ither heavy, and no ice in sight. There are a great number of white owls about, and a few ravens, but we have not seen a sign of ptarmigan " Another entry (;alle making n

coitrse left the vicinity of

KnlKhl

Is

ii.

Nome. I

.seal

1

(lf>ry.

It

and

mine and would change their

«mertancy. Maurer waa a young American from New PhlladelphU. QhUt. Ha #iad been one of the crew of StafMiaon's flaflpblp Karluk, whleh waa crushed by the lea in tha Arctic Ocean, near

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31.

iTInie. H*t Tim.IH. rt. M

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Hiem

equipped. "We have a good outfit." Knight writes on the day follvwlng their arrival on the island. "The fox tracks look promiaint? We see

Queen.stown

Oct

York.

AT \ l< TOniA NUVKMUKIt, i»;j

they

EMPilt^^

in the

II.— Frederick

TIDK.H

Kirtfed Oct.

Oarfleld,

LONDON. Adams. Now

employment of hon-

^o

1

tl.—Olym-

Dot.

Oct.

I..ondon.

on two men had left their quaron the Empress of Japan for an evening In town tonight resulted In the arrest of two men who admitted

ii-

.\pparenll\ none of nt this time seems to h,n e this faintest Idea how poorly th.j were

of

—Kangeaa,

'

York.

YORK.

Wreeldent

ters

oiif iilencc

I

buttinens

\

.\rrivMi oct^ 2».

Copenhagen; Brem en, Bremen;

VIII,

loll

I

Man VANCOUVER,

left

with the mall which we had hurriedly written. Before the aiiver Wave left we bought her dory, and it haa proven rather usaful. "The first thing we did ufter the Wave left was to pitch our tent on the sandpit for livlni? quurtera, and pitch our tu.> .small lents In Which we put our .si.pid.cs Ue hit a good place here for driftwood, so we put up a crude frame of a houae of drift. And as the snow got all right a few days ago, we covered the whole thing with wnow hlocka and moved Into an 8 X 10 tent :tnd one 10 x 12, tiewed together, the i^i^e one for a living-tent and ih« small one a kitchen and sloaplng quartora for the

K iig; ,sl», and wrote erished before they did. OldlimorM Skrptiral

Lrf>rne

ifith

Nome

for

New

NEW

union strikebreakara but la tha loading of lumber It to aotolnally at a suadsuil. Tha omployera have declared for opM shop along the water« front. The strikers claim that Inexperienced tobor will cot^t the employera so much that they will be eventually cqmpaltod to moot tha atrikers terms.

eight,

B|><>ke

iiii«nli>n.

Me waa one hanRo,

I

coniinuiitg with

our facea, and we were , right In forced to heave to. Three daya

Kskimo women, was married when (the was a mare ohlld. Already she had had three ckildraa, two of whom had died, and had divorced her husband. She had been brought up In the

ini)>py.go>Iu&ky

hiK

hp waH.

that

She

pedition.

years of age and, like



pictured

.I-

1'

been

linve

1

l>M
Nome who

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Ms lejiilei wliiik wa« purely nominal that Knight waa the real leaAar of the ezpaditloa. by virtua otf.hla t* asparteaca. have

of

In close ontut t with the whlteHnlnce the days of the great ^oM Htunipede the white man a comI- '^^^^ acquired merclallsm and a tborouffh apprtcia tlan of tba dollar. Apparently the boys daddad to oompromlae. for they took an Baklmo seamstress, Ada Blackjack. I-ater, will let Ad.i tell her own Btory of her (ortnectlon with the ex-

..

I

ar lilt

EAR

Honolulu.

sorTHAMPTON, pic.

inii'case in tlie wage hange In certain working be subject to subaaquent

<

conditions to

Kal«kt IMe«

Ordinal

what set foot ImaKination of an ad

could fan the venturouH younir Aaii lo flame? Alun realized, u/ cours*-

Day'! Hunt.

Alter •

tb* Islaad

<

whara he had nev»r

KatgM

H

Oadarotta^,

MawsHlW.

cisco,

an

for n,i

Lucas, Dollar,

I'ramieco; Edmoro, Soattto. KOBE, Oot. II.—Tkcoma Maru. San Pedro; Weat Bequaaa, Sen "Fran-

>

a.-«

through it. Thoufb I ka«ir paraoMlly one mtmbar of th« lll.fat«4 •spadltlon. I fael that I hava baaoma well ac4ttainl«-d with them all. 1

S.

.San

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1

ping and .stevedoring companies refusing to negotiate with any ofncial of the International Ixingshoremcn's i^'nion and tha strikers refusing to onoedo mare than that ihelr rapresenutlves In any aagotlationa ahall repreeent the workers and not nominally represent the union. The strike Is primarily one to enforce the men s demands for a Ave cents an hour bonua for loading lumber, other ile

at NoiTiA.

Although KMpn In thf

1

F.

M.

sHA.NtiHAj.



.

A.

.Seattle;

Mataonia,

effect In British rolumhi.i i.oii- .suu e •ctohei set !<,! f>. ilow o lo.lnv lo a 1. lontest i; of .1 n. tic|v\ceii the Mrlke!> Tlx m.itter Ks .it .t .leM.llock, with the ship-

Hlncc my rrlurn h.ivr ^lu(ll»cl *very scrap of writlnn Irft by any of tho in«iDb«ra. Wh<>r«vf>r poaatble, I have MpplMMiited these In my con>*imUaM wUlk Ada Btaekjnek. tb« Ml* Mirvlver. nAd with their friends

Bay:

Captain

.

Ysaees»er».a

Thg PKlNCli^SS MAQUINNA Will Sail

Oik pay Utg-Lggrfag

M

g| 11 F.

M.

I*

SOUTH AMERICA ^«(i.>.. .*
MUUKI. Sm -

i'-xfOf.JkMt> !• «

-v

Ikg toysl Man

imraau

fnkei TkgMiIng iJm\ tissai

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THR DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

?0

THURSDAY, NQVEMBER

B.C.

;

192$

1.

DAVID SPENCER, LTD btorc ll«>i*'»—9

tu

(>

WeductiUv

jmil;

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Golden Jubilee A Novenber 18-

Sale of Thousands of Yards of Silks and Sating Commeiiciiig Today

Inch Silk Velvet, \ ,iluc $2.UU. C.ukle II Value-

$

This

i

IS a ncii liuibit i^yuiis i'aniic V elvcl, :>upcrfinc in qjjality, and shown in shades of pink, white, .sky, bottle green, lem 'n "l rose and

39c a Id. A

Silk Velvet with

an excellent pile. It is closely woven, haiulsome looking and suitable for millinery purposes and trimmings, where a The shades a le fabric is required. arc taupe and navy only. Great value, a ^aid 11.11 ^....^.^^^ 88^ I

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I



saxe.

surface, and is offered in such desirable shades white, purple, brown and grtj. It is service-

and pur-

a desirable velvet lur hats fine velvet is required.

On

AH Dtm

.IS

.il>'ufor fancy work, cushion COVars and such hkc requirements. Un sale, a yard 79f

sale.

Materials PuF-

I

vha

in This During

I

Iruii

Value

I

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Value $1.^0

Silk

CoK lcn Value

m)

ii>2-

Spun

i!',urcd

This

$1.29 a Yd.

snap.

It

¥

Spun 5uk.

Spun

29-Incli

ind white.

This

Sdk of excellent texture and fast For dresses, lingerie and children's is most desirable and {)ractical. It is shown in flesh, apricot, blue and rose. On sale at, a yard. ItSg f

silks

a yard

aale,

is

a pure

colors.

frock*

fl«li8

36-Inch Silk Poplin, Golden Value $1.25 a Yd.

Absolutely the most wohderfu! value in Silks that has been offered. The fabrics are of perfect weave, and have a bright, perfect sheen; of excellent weight and good dyes. It is most suitable for dresses for either afternoon or The shades ofTerecl are navy, party wear poppy. American Beauty, moss green, wine, petunia, clover, cardinal, canna, saxe, pun^ aod henna. On nle» a yard.

A

,

it

36- Inch

Value $

Poplin of silk and cotton mixture, a most durable fabric that makes up well and economically in dresses or underskirts. It is shown in shades of black, navy, grey, biscuit, mauve, white and cream. substantial fabric, and

A

flJW

big value

36-Inch .Silk Tricolette. Value Golden Value $1 .98 a Yd.

for,

a yard.^

36- Inch



A

An

Extra Heavy Grade Silk Tricolette, perfect in A fabric that may be used with the every way.

It is best results in makinjj; dresses or sweaters. shown in black, navy, Copenhagen, clover, nigger, ppppy tnd capri. Wonder valtie. On aale at |li.98

SilW Mf soft texture, beautiful, and in dainty shades of pink, white, sky and mauve. It is strong as well aa beautiful, and big value at. a yard

^..^1,>5

Costume Velveteen

Figured Wash Satin Value $2 95, Golden Value. $1.98 a Yd.

36- Inch

Chiffon Finish Velveteen, with a close, thick pile, that may be designed into graceful gowns. The shades are navy, black, taupe, brown, green, saxe, rose, light navy, tobac, purple and peacock. Remarkable vahie. On salt at, a yard .fSl.96

\

shown in very attractive colorings, and is a You smart fabric for dress tr»j)s and trimmings. will hnd it Golden Value at, a yard fl.OS

•fhis is

aluc $2.98 a

a.

"i

These are heavy quality silks, in smart designs and colorings, and are moet desirable for dre9» tops. On sale, a yard

A

Golden Value

lingerie this Wash Satin, ib inches wide, is most aatitfactory. It washes well, and is offered in either

It

is

Ideal

and

is offered in three grades of the best tci^turc, soft and nukes gowns that are every rccpMt.. Selling at, a yard, f6.50, $6 75

A

in

_

, ,

,

On

lale.

aluc $3 .95 n)\dcn V alue $3.U0 a Yd.

\

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A

most

excellent qtialitv. well woven ind most suitable and makes up well into Big vtlut. a yud ^ iMHea^ dreteca. :....9M9 Silk of

strong.

fl.M

a yard

Armure

36-Inch Black Satin



It is

3o-in<.h l\nish i>atin.

36-Inch Striped Siik Golden V alue $)./)

rhif 40-Inch Black Chiffon Velvet

an opportunity tf) secure your lingerie material at a low price. Yard, ^1.98 is

Satin Duchesse, ninrh in demand this season for frocks. It is in comiiinations of blue and red, rose and grey, fawn and blue, reseda and frold, blue and j)atldy, rose and ^reen. green anc' royal and henna. Great value, a yard ^Z.^S

All-Silk Georgette of a texture suitable for dreaaes. The thidea are white, bhick, navy, brown, green, sky, Nile, biscuit, fawn, pink, coral, flesh, mauve, Copenhagen, saxe, bon&re, gold, purple and

itite.

r,n\dcn Value

A Changeable

An

$7.50 a Yd.

For

Value $^

Figured Wash Satin, 36 inches wide. mn<;t admrr ably suited for negligees. It is of strong texture, well woven, and shown in the ainart^t colorings and deaigna. On sale at, a yard ...

and

4)O.)0, 4>o./ 5

Two-Tone Duch

36- Inch

40- Inch Silk Georgette, Gokjen Value $1.98 a ^'d.

40-Inch Black rfiac n WavcLb

Golden Value $1.98 a Yd. Satin,

^

$l.UUaYd. A

40- Inch Fancy Silk and Crepe de-Ghtner Value $4.75, Golden

24 Inch Fif^ureci P niion, Value $2.75. Gokien Value $1.98 a Yd.

!

Cicpc uoiden Value

inrrprie

T

1

Golden Value $2.95 a Yd.

$2.98.

This

On

Golden

Yd:

$1.29 a

pink or white.

one of the best wearing

Silk,

,

Value $1.95 a Yd.



it is a fabric made to give perfor lingerie, fect satisfaction, and ia offered in pink, natural

and Dpchesse Satin, Value $275, Golden Value

Artiste

A bar^liM

onIjj[.

.

38- Inch Sylksheen,

rolden-

Value$1.59 a Yd. 36-inch Pailette, Messaline

Wash

Skirting; ^mth - varied width heavy grade, and. makes up most strong skirts for. sports wear;

of

launders easily ; on 'white ground gain at, a yard..:...

\

2v-iiich

M*>nlh Cut and Fitted FREE by an Experienced

the

Stripe

Satin stripes,

<

c|^sttnctivcly in



Jjii.-l>

36* Inch

A

woven

a clean

is

Pongee that will give the fullest service in whatever manner it is used; is shown in it natural shade only, and remarkable the sale price. ^...^.^ ;^1.00 A yard

Figured Spun Silk, patterned with a small colored design on a natural {.ground. It is a material that may be used tu great advantage Very serit% blouses or in linings for coats. viceable and great value «t tli« aale

yard

a veritable

is

St

40 Incti S
33-Inch Natur^r Pongee ( H.lJcn \ aluc $1.UU a Yd.

t

A

It ib

a strong batin with an unusually bright

is

Ills

i

poses where a

CA)l()rcLl Satin, Value Golden Value 79c a Y d.

.50,

1

1

2''^

-

24 Inch

18 IikI) l\innc X'cKci \ aluc $2.50, C/«)lJcn Value 79c a \d.

Gokien

Value $5.75 a Yd. A

Silk I)c L,uxe, for wash dresMt; it is perfect In weave, handsome in appearance, and ia lickt and white grounds. A tillt you nay bank oa for wear. Bic valw, a jmro,

lastrous finish satin, and quite a novelty. It Is frcstly for dresses sad eveiiiiaf elaaks. colors arc pink, jade, navy. Mack aad rose. Big valae at, »

tW

ucd

crMm,



/•rd

..m

,..

.,.

,

fi.'~~

Women's and Children's Knit Underwear-Golden Jubilee Values Women's

Combina-

Mixture

Silk

Women's SfHc Mixture Vests, with low necic, short and lui sleeve*;, ,

'

slip-over styles, bias haish. Sizes Golden Vahic, each, 36 to 44. 11.75 and ..f 1.86

Women's Silk Mixture Bloomers, made with gtisset and elastic at .\ quality that waist and knee. has proved most satisfactory. Sixes 36 to 42. A pair, ^\ 7S

and

^1.85

.'.

Women's Cotton Bloomers

of exelastic' at

weight, with cellent waist and knee, and gusset. They are ma«le of strong cotton, a,n
Women's Cotton Vests, suitable weight for present wear, w ith low neck, short sleeves or no .sleeves -

made

in

slip-over

style;

wonderful wear. S to M). Golden \ alue, pair,

;

will

^i.OO

Women's

(Harvey) Vests, with or no sleeves flip-over :

styles finish.'

with button fronts; bias Sixes M) |o 42. at $1.25

and

fl.50



Women's

Wool

Mixture \ ests, with high neck, and short, long or no sleeves made in «;lip-over and button front styles. Sizes 36 ;

to 40 at SiMs to 44 at

91.60 .$1.78

Women's Wool Mixture Drawers, open or closed styles, and knee and ankle length. Sirea 36 to 40 81.60 Siae pair

44.

(ml.lrn



tions,

Women's (Penman's Brand <\mv Wool Vests, wjith high necw and

with high neck, long sleeves

eVbow sleeves, button front styles, and warmth givmt' ''i t'-v ture. Sivs 36 to 40. or

Value, a

^

«5uit

Size 44, a pair

^i.

4

%>

offered

Women's

Ptjre W(X)1 Combinations ( Turnbuirs Brand), with high neck, long sleeves and ankJe

Wool

Cotton

and

Wool

"Zenifli"

Made

in

and Cotton Drawers (Red Label). open or closed styles,

and ankle length. 40

Sixes

.»«....«......».....

.16

Pure Wool liloomers, elastic band at knee, and They are shown large gusset. in colors of cream, navy, black, grey, emerald, flame, rose, Copenhagen, tan and brown. Sizes 36 to 44, a pair, $2.50 with

and

f2.75

Women's (Watson's) Fleecy ton Vests, with "V" neck,

Cotshort

and long sleeves, low neck and excellent weight.

Bach

.fllsO

Women's (Watson's) Wool Mixture

Vests, with long or elbow button front or slip-over

.sleeves;

with short and no sleeves. Sizes 36 to 40. Goldc each j^^.tK> style,



tions.

slip-over

no

All Wool Combinations, with short and long sleeves; button fronts, and ankle length.

^rt

excellent wearing garments.

36 to 42.

sixes a

Watson's BrancJ. a

in

with and knee aad aiMe length

atylea,

sleeves,

made

are

MI Wo,

\'csts,

Wonien's Fleece Cotton B|*omers,

with high neck and long sleeves; a well known brand that is warmth giving and wears well. Sizea 36 to 40. Golden Value.

and gusset, warm garteenfs. Tn sizes 36 to 44, a pa and ^l.I£5

'

,1

Veata.

with high neck and long sleeves;

heavy sixes

in weight underwear; 36 to 40. Golden Value,

...

ni

at

|M1.7o

Children s Heavy Fleece-Uned Bfeomera, with elaatie at waist and knee, warm, and suitable for school wear. Shades grey, camel iad Mxe ; for the ages of 2 to 12

with

low neck, short and no sleeves, or high neek and loatr sleeves. Guaranteed unshrinkable Mercury brand. Sizes 36 to 42.

Silk and Wool Vests, with low neck and slipover styles ; short and no sleeves, as well as opera top and "V"

Sixes 36 to 42. Value, each. |275 to . neck.

<

.

'>oh1en

.$3.50

Women's Heavy Rib Combinations '^howti

(Turnball's brand" high neck, long sleeves and ankle length. Sicca 36 to 40. .Golden ^^SJn Value, a suit Women's HIark Tights, in wool or cotton. They are ankle I^ncrth v«i'ii

'

and are shown in siaca 36 (k)lden Value, a pair

styles with short sleeves sleeves. Sixes 36 to 42. Value, eacjh

or no Golden

\'e«ts, slip-over styles,

Rib

with short

warm garment <

Tn

i

allp-over

knee

fronts,

an
and

no

aho

styles;

ankle

length, with cloaed erotch ; excellent mixture. Sizes .M> Golden Valtie. a jwit H:H»r.

W omen s

Silk and (Watsofi*)i

lov

with

Wool CombinaBrand), made

I

rt

!

sleeves, knee length ; styles with Maa fiaish. > 10 40^ a aait

fad

no

tli|H»ver

jBtegi^36

Pure Wool Drawers (Penman's Prandl. They match lie vests, and are shown in staea Mi to 44. Golden N'ji .1

^

,

,,.

A

jrem.

78^

pair

Fleece

-

Ziramerknit 1

Lined

Cotton

V'ests,

sli|>,.ver

styles,

with

cellent

wearing quality,

agca of 2 to

short

sleeves.

» ydiMi

Ex-

for the to ff8#

Dr.

Denton's Sleeperi, for either hoys or girN. (»f exrellrnt wool mixture They are designed to cover the child from head to foiM, •nd suitable in size for the agCa 't 1 to 10 years. Priced according to else. $1 JO to f2.68

Fleece - Uned Waists, Mitiiral and white, with tota of buttons for suspenders These are made for the ages of 2 to 12

Children's

,

f8JM»

Women's

pair

sleeves,

'

Goldrt

to 44.

each

I

f

Cofrthfna-

with low neck, short

tion.s.

tioni

Women's Pure Wool Swiss sleeves; sizes 36

Women's Wool Mixture button

Women's Pure Wool Vests (Mer cury Brand), "V" neck, slip-over

.

Children's

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\'ests.

Drawers (Watson's Brand), made to matcli the vests; h ,i;:r open or lo-^r.f 'r length; cxccilcut weight w_.ool. GoMea Value, a pair

Women's

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Pure Wool Drawers Brand). Guaranteed unshrinkable. Open and closed styles and knee length Sizes 36 to 42. Golden Values, pair. f3.75

sleeves, low neck and slip-over styles, with short sleeves. Si^.es 36 to 40. Each f3.25

waist and knee,

Each

,

Women's (Harvey)

and

elastic

Women's Pure Wool

Women's (Tnmbull) Wool

each

with

Sixep

....^^

(Mefcury

Women's Wool VesU (Watson's Brand), with "V" heck ami elbow Women's "Teeter

suit

Women's

In

Golden

snit

J^5.ti:>

Women's.

;

They

'

Values, a suit

fa.86

.

Sizes 36 to 40.

length.

Pnre Wool CombiriaMercury Brand guaranteed

unshrinkable.

to

92.00 ^2.50

Women's

slip-over style; Sixes 36 to 44.

^

Women's

Cotton

"Zenith" \'ests (Red Label), They have high neck and long sleeves, or low ,neck, wide and narrow shoulder straps iikI short sleeves. Sizes 30 to 40. (loldcn Value, each . .$8.00

Women's

itt

These are suitafa|le iweather, and are M aires 36

Each

and

"Zenith" C!ombinations (Red Thev have hiq^h neck, Label) long sleeves and button fronts also sTipover styles with short sleeves and arrklc length. "Sixes 36 to 40, a suit Sixe 44, a suit .... Women's

WhdKT

for

_

Wool

Women's

long sleeves.

*.i

Size 44

give

short

Women's Wool Mixture Combina^

1

tiona. with' low neck. shi>rt and no slip-over length, sleeves, Vnec Sizes 3b to Style and bias hnish. 44. Golden Valtie, a suit, fl.86

i

Women's SUk and Wool Cooliioatiotis

(Harvev Bri-'^

button

front

sleeves

and

•'•'•ft

H



A

suit,

styies,

kiiee sleeves.

$475

to

mi over or with elbow leafth. and

Siie'^

.V.

V'

f6.86

Children's

C wai»t

Medium Hloomers.

and knee,

guseet;

for llie

Weiff«it i-^

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.f

Knit tir



ladc

.it

with

2 to 12

1923
English