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yiCTORIA, BRITISH €OLDMBIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919 



DECIDES AGAINST 
GRAtUTTY SCHEME 



parliamdntary Gommittec on Soldiers' Civil <^c- 

lestabtishment Rejects Proposal on Ground 

of Coumry's Inability to Pay Grants— 

G.W.V.A. Plan Is Also Set Aside 



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NECESSITY FOR FURTHER 

ASSISTANCE IS COi^CEDED 

Kecdmmcfndaiions Are Made Involving Additional 
Expefiditure of $35,000,<K)0— Gratuities to Can- 
adians in Imperial Service and Rebate of 
Transportation Expenses Ajre Ji^J^ided 



BCX4HIV0U PLOT 

IS UNCOVERED 



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LONDON, Oct H.^Bol- 
•iMvUd alaat for di* mImn •! 
WhtMuill and of WMtniiMter 
««v> Iai4 Mrtr 4«riiW tiM prM> 
Hit ywr. h hM Just bMB db> 
«doMd. A anmbtr of •xtrtoi* 
tots, no«t of ^Imii aro •till on. 
mfodia Bdtohiviki DfOMoadai 
hero and in tho Uaitod .fttatoa. 
mot aad diaoMMd tho plmo for 
this oodortaldac, wUcli thoy 
hopod «re«ld bo oxocotad bjr o 
o o-<a tlod Mllort' and aoldloro' 



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Ono of tfio plottoffa aiaco haa 
boan aoiit to prlaon, whoro ha la 
atfll aonrtaf a aan t anco for 
haviiic mada ravol«tloBar]r 
a p aa chaa . Tho plot cana to 
naofht bo ca w aa . of lack of 
port and tha watchfulneaa 
avthoritiaa. 



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PimiGESPEllKS 
ONiUICEUNIOtt 



Retfers to Subject in Address 
at Civic Luncheon Given in 
His Honor in Montreal- 
Mayor Presides 



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TWENTY PACES 



ARMIES 0P' SOVIET 
DEFENP PETROGRAD 
WITH 



i-_^2J^^^^ ^** ^•-^Tta parliamentary cemntittae on sdMiar 
gFirK!».a im )IIahmcnt rc^aeia Hir proposal f of- a cenant tfatribntlon 
«ff jP«Ata or gratoitlaB an tiia groiuid that tha country ia^linandaUy 
JMMa to payv ia.Ha findinaa wW«Jh ara Itkaly to be aubmitted to 
ParUainattt The fanand aefiana lor re-aaUbHthment submiftad by 
thoO. W. V. A^ and alao the. $2,000 gratuity scheme are thus re- 

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s. Jr^J^^ y^\^' ^; Pf^P**^ ''^ *• concern mm wlw ware able 

to •^Hah their need b rfora a na tional board. 

■«^a^ paniaittaMary coaaBHtiee conc#dcs the ttecaJRnty of fnrthar^ 
»«-««tabbalimami aid. and in cartain ^artlodar^ racotmntndy )xm»^ 
meata and extfoiaion of the work now carried on by the various de- 
partment of tHa CSomrwiyrit, together nfith some now lines of work 
1^ baipilertakatt; inrohriill^ an estimated ameildlture of $35,000,000. 

The fonowing are dataila of the probibk a]q>anditure8 as recom- 



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UWON m CAMAOA 

POMtlCAL WI$OOII 





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Pabtic invited to Attend Club 
Reunit)n Today and Hear 
Gypsy Smith's Address on 

—Issues of Campaign 



i_ ^ Pt«*«itlaa to Canadians who enUsted in the Royal Air Force and 
Mm- loqwrial unita— |9»000,0Q0. 

lUbata of tranaportition axpensea paid by dependents who ra- 
tuni id to C anada prior to Kovamber 11, m$-9l,000,000. 

Sl2«!w^-?^5^2?iJC2L*** •"•^^a to tnUneea ^^ in, 
•tt^gth df 8.C.R and iiMquently not approved ; eara.of subnormal 
ctaaa: aacasaitoua e^; fikwHbns und*r anitegcmdirt with patriotic 
ftmd; loaiw to <Usablad man lor tools, a^uipmem. training avdeduca- 
tijn; cyahinr U cbaqim at par £ir Canadiwa n^ J9iiiad Imperial 
uaita; unemployed reUef during. Winteiw^^g^j^Mttod aboSnBs.o6o;ooO. 
Th* Aiidfi^aaa thar ara i*^y to i*— — ::: ' 

fc. «.*»....* .. wnu™.. nl, M I ^oOD IS TOO DEAR 

TO REPLACE COAL 



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annifiatlaad u follewa 

1. Fre« elothlaic to pa^taita 
V»C>It. ' ,' 

. H ttttWkttsatia* of sratQltles far 
wyairiUa. 

s. jfa^aauaaudn of p4y ana auow- 
•seea for tlioaa urtdercolns mMloal 
treatnant irtth njC.K. 

4. vaaatJonal oquraM tanttiaiiM; 
whan n<(Maaary. 

I. D^^< 
e^raa to k* radueed 

^«. P«r^inM ^UawMftta tor thdia 
raeommendad fOr yoaatlaiH^i tratnina 
knd auboafftianUy *^t ij»nr^V^. 

7. immadUta InVaatlaatfbn "' of 
arobHak caaaa. with immadiata tfnaa- 
olsl ' aaalfltanee frti^a aacojaajf. ^ 

». Soaaaattoa that tmlnead re 
oaive aJlowaitoa oh the comj^ution 
of eooraa Kfitll amphiyiaent fovhd 
r«)«cUd. 

•. TtMiiAtm . with, induatrlaa ro. 
ttomwaMad t« sradtiata ,fo»la aila^.' 
an««ai ' « ' 

19. iBa^ploymaat Uvl^•^^ ward pc- 
ennpuanal Aldaa to ba canfinad to fa- 
poodasta o( ao<«l<ra. 
• 11., Bxtanalon of foUow>ui^ uf' 



There is a keen but friendly rivalry 

solas on batweeik the ciity of Victoria 

and the rest of ttieJal<ua*4o4^whlch 

can puH down »bis«aat bacVi the 

hunt for Viot«M Loan aubaoilbera. 

Major McOreaon^ eharse of tpe up- 

laland workytlataiLli)|J;l)^^uready 

aaveral leaMes ahead of Victoria, but 

the city wbrkera call that blulf. Tha 

raporta coming In of communltiea at- 

tainins thalr quota durlns the ttrat 

day of the drive, however, haa put 

tlia fear of defeat la the haarta of 

; Victoria eanvaaaaia. ~ At ^ any rate it 

did for a few minutes when they 

heard the newa of Caaaidy and Parka-, 

.ville. but it waa only for a 'few mln* 

utaa. PuMlelty Ifanaaar B. J. Down 

immadlately sdt buay with aome of 

'hta red hot irona and time bombe. 

and flinslhs them broadcast amonc 

the workers sent them all out with a 

bound, and since then thoy hav« been 

.raporttoa extraordinary sueoeaa all 

'alona the Ihie. 

; H. W. Hufitar of J. W. Hudaon'a 
hadd team traa aenina bonda' in tha 
Bmpreaa Hotel, and sold a tmvelUas 
aalesman ehe hundred dollars worth 
of bonds on condition that thwy oould 
ba daitve^ at t>n4e! Uuikar tale> 
phonad haadquartara. . Wheii'ha .told 

-tho pra a ti a o tfa aoadMaav, 
oiMtitara rapliM "Ihoet:" 



Course Followed in Canada and 
South Africa Compared With 
Union Effected, by England 
and Scotland 



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WASHINQTOK. ' Oct. 2 S.— With a 

coal famtna iaaisiW ^)|B*ln<ati]r 
aboVa the hortadu of tho ABsarleaa 
MW»9 Aa a raaoU of tha thraataned 
1^ att-lha. haadaitarteraof tha Ameri- 
oan Foreatry Aaaoelation lit thfi aity 

of (&o aoiu^. aaa|tlas^^«a|f% a. to , 

i^;2^ *%,*5d w«wa *.« apaa, ^ 

antleipatad aaiersenaiiCI^ 
< A cartt ^f^althair oak or hickory, do. 

curds ChaHea Lathrop Pack, presl- 
^ dent of the aaaooHtlOn, Is equal In 
f oUorlo value to ^hst at a tea of an- 

*'lSl'^*'' *"* **»••• •**• ^harafore. 
ninah to be prafarrad: to any other 
*'1***" With wood, ) however, quoted 
at preaent prrc4$a. aa a aubatltat* it la 
alnaoat j»rahibltfve, ■ r 





hour 'tHa aoMif^roht! tu«k<ie 
haadrM dei^r bond in Ma grip with 
A amlta.) 

Mck iraoas It 
The peoHia of Vlotoria ait^Jiaat 
waking tti^ ta the foot that thata ta 
"aolhathlna doing." Busy ^kavaaaara 
are suooeading in ferreting out avary 
odd doiuir that haa "been tuoka4 uvmy 
«r ktt |yl|Bg .around looaa,.i^d eon- 
( Continued oi| Page S) 



IS. auggaatad tnoraase of panslon 
ratewod to aommlttao on panalona 
nast aaaalon. with recommendation 
that !«i^Ua||-irhea iMMaaaary be tender- 



al*ni Wi I attattkm to th 



Board to 

the granting 

of loans upon fmaU holdlnga. 

' 11 iBTaitlaation of Urtgatloh 

MpUtn hoMftg aoheme of# |«ettlan 

Caoehon, C. B. 

!«. Jasoa of apaotal ha4»fe to es' 
inamhara Canadian Naval foreaai 

la. Kxahaaga at pu far formar, 
aaamhars of Naval foreaa. 
..y\1.- -Abolition .Of private ampley- 
Jtodnt olBeaa. 

SI. Rafond of tranaportatian as- 
StatiMB to dapandants who ratuniad 
prior to November 11. itil. 

If. special eoaaldaratlon for em- 
l^oymant 9t tNoea vooatloiuilly 
tmltood in a permanent oapaeity in 
tlU Wvll aorvloa. 

<ta. a^aolai lautada ta a.CJEl. for 
o^aollon of aulr. 

21. Ke provMon ffr . oiaiataa 

tt. L(^n nat axoeading ISOO ta 
dl% a ^l ail mian voeatlonally trained. 

■;it. Lo(|n not azoaodlag !>•• to 
diaahlad man not otbanrloa allalhle 
far vooatloaal trailnlng. ' 

a4. Ihivaittimtton (nto ]|fa ln*ur- 
aitee for ilaahled man. 

8S. Invoatlgatio^ ia«o poaalMli- 
tila of unamploymant tnaaranca. 

,«•. gayaing propoakla rejaotad. 

liytCOM STATION 

POk ISLAND COAST 



's Czar 
Among Fitme People 

With Aid of Military Forces, He Secures Election 

Result to Suit Hknsclf— No Ojxpoaitidn Ticket 

Allowed to Appear— United States Still 

Objects to Italian Plan 



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MQNTItBAlW Odt' Sl^~JThe Prince 
of Wales waa this afternoon enter- 
Ulned to a civic luncheon at the 
Place Viger Hotel, at which he met 
nearly 500 of the city's most promi- 
nent profeslonal and business men. 
Mayor M. IfarUn presided at tha 
luncheon, and after the toast to the 
Prince. H.R.H. apoke as follows: 

"Mr. Mayor, I am happy to be able 
to return to Montreal, and I thank 
you for your geherous hoepltallty in 
entertaining me to a second lunchaon. 
I was parUcularly touched. Mr. 
Mayor, with pne pasage of the ad- 
dress, In which you welcomed me yes- 
terday — the paasage where you re- 
ferred to the mutual underatandiog 
between BnglUh-speaklng and 
rranch-speaklng sactiona of the 
Canadian nation. (Applauaa.) 

"That is a matter thali I had very 
ihttoh at heart. ,1 had it very much 
at heart when I landed, but having 
travaraed the great Dominion from 
coaat to coast, I have it. If possible, 
more at heart now tilaa ever before. 
(Applause.) , ' ; ■ ':• . 

"The union Of t^tTtwo raeea In Can- 
ada was never a matter of mere poU- 
'tlcal convenience. On the contrary, 
It was. and will ever remain, an ex- 
ample of the higheat poUtical wisdom, 
for whltfh the Bmpire owea an ines- 
timable debt to Cartier, to Macdonald 
and to Mher graat atataaman of both 
ri^oes, who broaahi'tttia uiUoh ahoQU. 
(Applauaa.) 

. "Kooh has heen i«^ritten and aald 
•about thi cBcoaaaful way in whiah 
tha Britlah Bqikalre haa eatablUha^ po- 
litical union, batwaan races of differ- 
ent huiguage and dlfteront hlatory. 
The unlona. to Canada and 0outh Af- 
rkia ara >ii||r |«4ar ■ ax^mvlaa of (ha 
politleal trAloh het'Are<»n : Bhlriahd and 
SooUaad. ajNl s>lhat bfottght Oraot 
Bfttoia Itaaic lata akiataboa as a poU- 
t(aa filUtlr.:- ' 

''tWora that. Bngtaad and SootUnd 
had aean ebnatantly and bittariy at 
war, but sfnoa thiat wna thay hava be- 
ooma so olosely unitlHl ttiat wa have 
farfottan that they were eVar separata 
.Pa<#laS. 

, •'tola ^ union hat^iah S^gland aad 
«<M>^aa4 haa laalad thfWh.oaiituriaa. 
.Tha fititan hatw^n BriilUi and French 
Taoaa ta Canada haa only UMtad half 
a eahtuttT, hut Irho oan doubt that tha I 



COMMONS PASSES 
CONra)ENCE VOTE 
FOR GOVERNMENT 

LONDON. Oct S8.-.Tha Oovem- 
ment tonight received a vote of con- 
fl,denoe in the House of Commons. 
The bill renewing the powers of the 
Defanoe of the Realm Act was under 
diaeusslon. gir Frederick Banbury, 
having obUined the Speaker's en"- 
dorsement of a technical objection to 
the bill, moved tha adjournment of 
the debate to aaeuro withdrawal aad 
the subatltotlon of a new hill. 

Mr. Andrew Bonar Iaw, Oovaim- 
meat apokesmao, basing himself on 
the Bpeaker'B admission that the bill 
could be remedied in commltteO, re- 
fused to withdraw it and mada tha 
question oAe of confidence. ^ 

The^ Banbury motion waa than ra- 

jected by a vote of 2S8 to TT. .: ' 

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HIAItHUH unnnQb 



Farmer and Labor Parties. Re- 
ported to Contemplate New 
Impositions — Platform for 
Conference Today * 




lieport at Helsingfors Tells of Heavy Fighting: a< 
' Krasnoe-Selo, With Enormous Losses for Red 
; Troops — ^Women Impressed Into Defence 
; . of ^CSty, .,With Cliin^s^ L^ad^rs -^ 

i^UDENITCH FACING 





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TORONTO. Oct. 11.—^ radical 

change in taxation is likely to be 
agreed upon as part of the legislative 
programme of the Farmer-L*bor co- 
alition. Following are soma changaa 
that the Joint committee may agraa 
upon today for submission to the Joint 
caucus or conference tomorrow: 

Tax on unearned increment; higher 
tax. on unimproved land; higher 
graduated income Ux; higher Inherit- 
ance tax: tax on proAts; Jower tax 
'Oo improvements; income tax on 
profits. 

Tha U; F. o. platform haa been 
more deflnite than the Labor pUt- 
form aa to the taxation policy, ht/t 
lltWa diflcolty is expected in the two 
groups getting together on that sud- 
Ject. 

Tha ^ttll^ ojf the farmara in tho 
Province .may be sospicloua of any' 
move to make tha land carry moat of 
the burden of taxalion. bat local 4Mi» 
Uoa fbr tow«a and oftlea would lai^' 
the rural dlatrlcts free to adjuat 
matters to ault themselves. 

The Labor grou|> also desires a 
change In the banking system, with a 
tendency toward tuttlonaliaation. 

The prograramo for laglalatlvo, ac- 
tion promises, to Inolado aamathlng 
not indicated by either tha farmera or 
the labor platforina. namely the en- 
_ ^_^ couragement of soma form of co- 

uaJcm [ft'oanad'airill produ^ aa great 1 *****"^^ whereby the 

a 9«^r and aa unitad a nation as the I «<«»•"»«»' >" the cities will obtain 
BrlthAl nation itialf ?" cheaper foodstuffs without a reduc- 

tion In the prices aacurad by tha pro- 



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,Has Only Fortfii|:ht to Effect Capture^-Denikine 

^ ' Reports Another Advance by Part of His . 

• . Armies— Both Antagonists in South Need | 

Munitions— British Naval Activities "^^ 



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COPENHAGEN, Oct 28.^-A diapattch recai^ ait 
rapo^ haavy fightiiif id tbe vkinily of TgarakM^^^^ wiMta it ia 
•aid tha Radb afa mtMnf enoraiMia loaaag.. Tha dkpaiah wya llbl 
aarafal paraom ^gno apcapad from jhitracivd npott that tiMi aallNr 
popnlatioB, av«a tba w<wian/ag» partWpaHag, in tba dafanaa of tiM 
dtjr ndar tha laMMliip of OdDaaa. AU tha bri^Mir* >« ^^N||i 
aad hlodca of hoogaa traaaCormad into foctwaaga. -^ - .^■-■:^^ 

It it MpartUi that tha AoUm^ comuaiidar hat ■iiOn<|i^>il 
if Patrograd b takan evarjr faetoiT will ha UowB op. Til ' 
ti(fti m tha eapital it dadavad to ha daaporata, and it 
.qi^. p g rg aaii ara djrinf daOy frit 

LONDON, 0«L 2i,i C aag> a 

valophif halivaaa tha MaMaa and tha Khobar Wv^ 
whava 800 priaoiMra hava bata takan. Manj Radg waM dfaiiiJ. 
Oaa qonuannigt fagimant waa aanihilata^. (Tlih aactioa Ibt aoilh 
Oa " igafMya*/' •• » - ■ . j,,^ _ 

"Wa ahaadaaad Kromjr/' th» diafMlch adda, *'aflfg aavara fliPiU 
ktgJ* (KrawyKagaKttlatotha a of ih iaa it of OraL) 

VIBORG, Oak;diU-Tha bagt iaConaad jaOilary opiaioa hai« ia 
that if Gaaind Yadaaitch faSg to eaptnia Patmiiad withfo tha iifat 

f#ltBitht tha |Mia«Mt attaoii^ Witt dafinitair ha a ftfhira^ «• llM Ball^ 
vtri ah^ |iraa«y o«rtinnhar hms aa4 ar« f^^ 
iacaaoMala'fram the aoalhaagt 

Y n ipal trT i BOW haa avary avaibhia aaaa tghthi, «|i hat no 

MMTvab WdiMg tha Finag wiaapactadly dtcida te J^ fcltag widi hhu 

^LONDON, Oct a^-piia lUa «>«>»> |i p | | I ■ 4ac^ 



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- FAMA'Oot. tt.-rBaorta af France 
and England again are beinc brought 
Into phty to brhig aboiit a aSutlofi of 
the Itglo-Amertean dllBoultlaa avgr 
tha aattlamant of the Fiamo problem, 
according to Tho Libarto today. 

The new8t>aper reporU that tho 
^cioaa o>p«|iitien to jtiM ^nwdiaad 
Italian propoaala hi mahaaiaa and 
that tho reaponae of SecreUry of 
■tota Laoaing is in tha negative. 



VANCOUVl«» B.C 
aatiafaotorr r ^yd i - t 



Oct 



toiagtaph afaatiaa oii tho weot 



SI. — A 

tha pro- 
of a Mai-eoal 

Haa oil ihi 

OlaM of Vaafaaaar lalaad Vaa given 
t« tha B.C. Maaataeturani' Aaaootatlon 
hr Aothig 8aaratar|r BamiHaa last 
ofaaiag. Ha alatad« a daftnite appliea- 
tlpa had hoaa mada to the qovom- 
lai^t for a Ilgaaao to haUd a IMM.- 
pm irtatloa aa4r iAa aohUMairaraa now 
tafciaa tk» fMttar of tha aatahUahoaaiit 
oga. aiallaa te Japaa «p with tho Jap- 

mnant. Oovamiktoiit ofH- f*iKM3katbooka and baggage 



hn 

naaalhio to w ai ai a aiu a i s with Jagaa 
hf a h i l iaa. hat tha n awpa ay officials 
|>allavo« thay oaaild do It. 



FIUMJB. Monday. Oct. t7.-— The re- 
auK of tba alaotlona in t>luma yester- 
day might have been fotoahadowed aa 
a vota for tho eontlntiation of tho na- 
tional couaoU. coatrollad by itho 
lUUan annaxatlonlsts. Only ono 
dekat. that of the Unlona Naalonale. 
or anncaaoonlat party, waa hi" tha 
flald. with aome 4* candidatse for. tha 
national council. No othor party 
waa allowad to ooodoet m aampaign. 
ainee the manifeato of lyAnnutaiio 
dectaurhsg Flume li) a auto of war. . 

Tha polki were guarded by Italian 
gandarmaa and aoldlara. and thera 
was aa sactravagaM dlaphiy of milt* 
Ury ao«ror. whioh served to provent 
any Aaardor. Prai;tically awy mill. 



VOHWm, 9at. tt.->4a.-tho cam 
toOBo.ilao. e^foa Hanaaaoath 
that tha Oovommont waa not awi 
of tho exact preeaattang the Dvtrh 
aavonOMMt waa tahhic*ta gaard tha 
formar OaAoan Bahaa««r aad 
fagmer Crown Prlnoa, hot ha had no 
rgMan t« ddoht that all niinawj 
hfiaaaarai ka« haaa aioatdi. 



taty aaaoaymoa waa preaaed into 
aervioe to get out the voters, inclod- 
tag airta and woaoaa. who went to tho 
9o\^ with ohoata of Joy at the novel 
axparlonoo. Walla and atreata wara 
phwavdad with alagans, appealliig to 
all ettlaana to vote aa a patrlotio 
duty, and daolaHn^ that anyone not 
attending the polls will be a tnUtor 
and an aawat to an iiauan Fhtme. 
Tha town la BOW ^m» gtoat mtUtary 
atraaghold. Bverythlag, Including 

la moat 
rlgorooaly examined upon entrance. 
Two American nearapapermen wer* 
arrastsd yaatardag and were f«ughly 
handled by gendarmes, wha aearohod 
their holonatBga, but aet tlieai at ]|h« 
erty later. Tha arraau were auUlh. tt 
waa atatod. oa hiformatloa aC 'ooa 
Heonr rurat. who is said to be sa 
Amerioan arlth a home In New Tork, 
and who hondlaa lyAnanmalo^B for-' 
f Ign pgopagaa^. 

The arholo atmospharo of Flume la 
ona ot military coorelon. TYie eorrfi* 
apotidem of thk Aaaocteted Prasa waa 
toM by aialataraatad atttaaaa that tho 



only word waa 'Hurrah for lyAn- 
nuBslo." Poraona holdhag othar vlowa 
would be auhlaot to aoaploloo. 

i^ZL^.*^ If'"*** •Ituatloo.- aaM a 
nootral to the oorreapondant of tha 
Aasoctated Frees. "Whoavar does not 
ahottt 'tfurrah for B'AnAttnalo' la 
watched. Nothing iohnpaoiible in 
Wume today, whl^h la rolttd «t t.OOg' 
hrtwiats. They speak oC eiactlona — 
yak. elections at tho poiat of a gun. 

"'Are you for Italy? If not. oft 
wkhyoo!'" 

PARIS. Oct. at.^Bleotloaa to tho 
own munal council for Fiuma aonday 
raaulted in an overwhelming vkstdry 
far tha annexationists, aceordlng ta 
a Fhime diapateh to The Idea Mk- 
xlanale. ratiaaamlttod ta Farla. 
More than %•«« of the T.IM ragla- 
tared electors wha want ta tha polhi 
voted the straight annoaatieniat 
tieket. The total raglstxatloa waa la.- 



VESSEIWRECK 
TAXES 20 UVES 



Lake Steamer Dashed by filgh 
Waves Against 'Pier at Wus- 
kegen, Mkjh— Fifty Out of 
Seventy-Two Saved 



BUBNOa ATBB& Oct. M>-Corro. 
spondents of La Naalon In Parla and 
Same report that tha American Oov. 
ommant boa rajaotad tho progeaate ot 
tha lUMan Foreign Mlnlatar, M. Tlt- 
tonl. for a settlement of the AdlMMo 
question. The Farls oorra ap oadaafta 
tha paper aay« that thia 4uMlfha waa 
dlaooased in a oonfafaoea flaianas 
hotween Frank L. Polk, head ag tf& 
Amartean dalegatlon. aad M. Tlttonl. 
but that aatiafaater raaalla ware not 
attained. Mr. Mk "dlrad Waahingtoa. 
it ia atatod» hia aaprsaaluiis or tho la- 
tanrlew. which were that the latogt I 
propoaals of Italy wara iioiiartuii. 1 I 

Tha Rome oorreapondaat of La K^- 
alon repofta that flaoratary df fllate 
hanalng, aftor a eonfhraoaa wlS 
PresMeat Wlklan. seat out a oota- 
ttlunloaUon stating that Preatdairt 
Wltaaa ooald i^ot acaapt the new 
Italian propoaah aad atlll ihalntatal 
tha four objaetlom lodged agahiat tha 
i»avlo ua proposal. These are to tho 
aan aaaU on hy lUly of the triangle 
of tatvttory aramid Volooea (In order 
to gtre Ftoma a joint frontlar with 
Italy), tho grant of autonomy for 
VaMM aa a bafl^r Jrtate, the aiuiexa- 
tk>n to Ttaty of the lekind of if^gmrta 
ia the Dalmatian ArctHpelago. aad 
Italian diplomatic relations for tho 
aty of Bara. oa thw Dalmatian 



MUBKBOON. Mich.. Oct. , lt>i- 
With l4 known ^ead and six more 
mlaalMg. oiriy time can bring an ac- 
oarata account of the toll of tha 
groat aeaa whloh early this morning 
lifted the Crosby passenger ateamer 
Mttakairon. formerly the City of Hol- 
land, and amaahed har to ptgees on 
the piers at the entrance to Mus- 
kegon Harbor. The li«t of the dead 
is being added to almost hourly. 

The steamer, a side-whealer bound 
from Milaraukee, after riding out a 
night of galea, made for the harbor 
in the early morning darkness, but 
it la said hy Capt. Miller to have 
atruak tho bar at tha entrance. Tha 
paddlawheels Jammed in the aai^, 
cheeking her headway, and the 
great waves threw the ahip -about 
and hurled her on the pier. There 
aha hung momentarily, poundliig 
Into wreckage, aad than alipped oft 
dnto the deep ehannel. going down 
in flfty feet of water. The veeael 
Ilea » atarm-tem tangle of steal and 
apllnUrad wood, effectoally blooking 
tho harbor entraaoe. 

Fifty of the Tt paasetan 
craw, guldad to aafatgr hy a 
flaahUght in tha haada af a 
gaard, ware kaowa toalght to have 
hoaa nwrad fra« tha vaaaal. tt waa 
faarad aatar al ya ra aanght batwaan 
dacha. BarvMan^ kMat of wIioib oa- 
only te thMr alght olothaa. 
being oorad fOr hy tho Rod 
Orossk whtla la tha alty 
tha 



duter on the farm. 



Oradtt fpr Kollotoak 

LOKDOiC, Oct. Z8.— fA wirolaaa 

igcsaMF^ from' Moacow days that a 

group of toitaraatlonal bankers has 

■advaoc^d.Vot Admiral KoUchak u credit 

*of 4i;<i;ood,a«a: . 

. LOtKDQN. Oct. 28.— Siberian peas- 
ants are fighting the Japanese troops 
In the Trans-Baikal and Amur re- 
gions. The third Japanese xllvlslon. 
according to a wireless message I'rom 
Moacow, has fuffered very severely, 
and has beag 'replaced by the tlfth 
division. 

OMSlC.. Oct. S7. — The military slt- 



The 11 F n aTMM.t« I. .«.H4..ai.. ■ «atlon on tha Western Siberian front 

a STlnVco'lop'Stlt: io'.^;'"'*'"' ! *?.^ -A:?-'l^«*.«-_^r!»_"^'» .V*'^ ^' 

Brlg.-Oeneral Hogarth, Coi^sarva- 
tiva membar-eleot for Port Arthur, 
has oftared to resign his seat in favor 
of Sir Adam Beck if the latter is wit- 
ling to accept It and the people who 
elected him are satisfied. 

"Personally I have no doubt they 
would ba ready to aupport Sir Adam 
In Port Arthur," declared Oeneral 
Hogarth this morning, "especially tn 
view of the Importance of the Hydro 
aa far as Port Arthur is concamad." 

"And If he ware choaen leader af 
the U. F. O. it would be the aamar* . 

"I don't think that would maka any 
diffiarence. It mighi help a loti" aald 
Oanaral Hogarth. 



few days, except as regards the left 
flank of the: third army of the AU- 
Russlau Qoveimment forces. The Bol- 
shevik I hdve dirown In two new divi. 
slons h^re an<t forced a retirement by 
this flank for aome 30 milea. 

It has n<>t yet been detirmlne^ 
whether thia constitutes a ^ow olfen- 
alve on 4 large scale. 

Oenaral IHedrlehs, the commandar 
in chief, has gone to the front to hutka 
an Inspection of the situation. 

LONDON, ,Oct. 21.— A Bolshevikl 
communication dated Tuesday re- 
ceived h^ro tonight says: 

"14 tha dlractlon of Gltohlna* atul»' 
born fighting continued. .Tn the Kiev 
region the situation Is unchanged. Tha 

^" '' i • - ' ■ ■- ! 



DEBATE CONTINUES 
ONG,T,R, 




Two Mbre , Clauses of Btll Are Disposed of in 

Commons After Amendments Are Rejected — 

Liberals Call for Submission of Ag:reement 

for I'arliament's Aiacrova 



PABIB, Oat tt.— M. AtfrOd PhlU 
tppa Ron, ilahrtor. aad praaldaat of 
tha Wat l a^a l ao ol oty of Fluo Arta. 
dlad today. M. Ron waa ham la 
ittg. Ba hagan pafnttag in itTK 
and ap to a faw yeaia ago conttaoeg 
hla work, tambig o«ft namorow can- 
vaaaaa of mtMh merit He waa a 
commander of tho Lagloa of HoMr. 



Rifle tkmm to 

LONDON. Oot 2t.--<rha Battaoai 
^aaaolatlon te aaadli^' a rtSa 

taam fapraoenttag tha tTaHod KJag- 
dom u Aaatralla 



' OTTAWA. *Oot 21. — The Orand 
Tmnk bill again ooonplod tho attention 
of Parliament today to (he exchnlen 
of all othar buslneos. Dtocusalon waa 
raaunied in committee on^Claoaa No. 
t of the bilU which makea proviaioa 
that the agreament to be entered Into 
betwaon the Oovemment and the 
Orand Trunk shall provide for tha de- 
fining of tha eompany'a propartiaa and 
iataraata oomprioad In the system, aad 
aaah other tarma aad condition* as 
tha Oovaramont and company may' 
agraa upon. 

The Oppoattlon mada Its chief fight 
agminat the hlU today on tho point that 
tha agraamant to ho made ahoold ho 
aohmtttad to PartUmant foa ratlf^a-- 
tloB. Hon. W. L. Mackooala Klag. 
Hon. W. a. Flotdlog and othor Ubargl 
apaakara. aaasrtad that R Waif aanlaa 
to give tha Orand Traok aharaholdora 
opportunity to ratuy this agraamant. 
and to deny tha right of Parlhunant 

Mr. Biog maintained that 
co ar a s pao p ahad waa eontxary lai iho 
ptieifleaaf eoaatttatlOMal gsi 'swmaat 
Boa. Arthur Maiahea m gaply aaM 
that tha OovanMBont'a aooraa waa In 
aocordaaaa wWi tha hail praead an t. 
Parllamamt waa now la raollty 




nt aa 



tha tfraaaaf 
iMa. ha oOd. tha Uharala, 
twm with tha Oraad tHiak. 

ri^t down a haHI,««d fhat 
t which tXa Hoaak had oo 
ha* to ratify, la |Mg' a«aa It wai|j 
to rarl laW io at to aHar tae 



tarma QPfeha propea^ 
sat forth 4n the Mil. 

It was finally aBrecd. on motl^ 
of Hen. J. D. Reld. to amend clause 
jn^. S. by providing that lia OhgBga 
aiould be madfi In the agreement 
aiDonslstent with tba p^vlsiona of 
tails aol« '-' 

At tho evening alitlngi before 
olause Nik J «ias adoptad. Mr. Mi»i- 
ghen stated that tbe agreement be- 
ngeen the Oovernment and the com- 
giny had not been drafted, but If It 
tggs ready -before prorogation there 
«0uld be no objection to Its being 
«U»lad. 

»4Raplylng ta tha demand that the 
<i^mment ahoWi tt^m ^aftntto data 
'^ tho aurrendar of-atoek. Mr. Mol- 

>an aald t^t tha agreement w*a|d 

lored. 

thrsatanad 



fighting for tha railway In tha laglon 
aoath and aaai iofOral goda ^ dtur 
fgror. In tha X#llhfah ragipn ira ara 
overcoming the enemy'a raslataaoa." 

CON8TANTIWOPLB. Oot. S«— Natra 
of the oampaign for Patragra« haa 
stimulated the efforts of Oonoral Dan- 
iklnaon hla mora waatorly front, and 
possibly may lead to a Iransfer of hla 
headquarters from the 8ek of Atov to 
Khkrkov. 200 miles south of Orel, and 
to attampu to oiloct a junction with 
the Poles, to Clear out tho BOlahavlhl ' 
bands west of Kiev, and a movamant 
from the aouth. ■ >■• 

Oeneral Daaiklna'a maih lino at th|i 
date rangea looaely from Kigv to 
Kharkov and along tha Don to Taarlt-' 
ayn, wiOi his actions at Orel and glaa- 
where eomprlsing cavalry raids for 
tha most part Tho Bolahaviki are 
maintaining the Orenburg nMymr 
into 4fghanlataa. r '.t r 

For several weaka Oanaral Denl- 
klne has confined himself to exerting 
-prasffore on tha Bolahovikl at vagtilM* 
points. f « T 

They are reported very short Ot 
munltionk, and It la claimed here that' 
Oeneral Det^kina la auttarlng from 
the same troubh». The Unitad Btaida' 
ahip Black Arrow, howevor. Is ghaat 
40 anrive at Novo Roaiyak with % 
cargo of arms. Which will halp oat 
the aituation for th^ anti-Botahavtki 
laador. 

Just hpw the rear of Oenaral Doni- 
klne's line Is everywhere diatnrhad t»y 
the attitude of often indiifaroat or 
unfriendly popohiUons reifiete with 
propggahda that ha ra-establiah man- 
arcbism as oppoaad to tho aaptra* 
tloiis of the Ukraine and othar tfa- 
tkna. It ia , for thia laaaoa thai; tMli» 
oral Petlura. tha Ukrainian leader, ilL 
oppoeing him, with tha aid, it to daf 
clared, of Roumanians who "BeBre t# 
secure Bessarabia for their ootntry. ^ 
'BHtkdi Fioot ta Bhu* iaa 

LONDON. Oct. fi.— A diapatoh to 
The Pally Horald from Blodkhotai,. 
auottng advlooa ron^lved fr«ai 'Mia^' 
cow. s s asrt a that thoro ara ahtty-Afg^ 
Britlah wai- tAMseto In tha Baltltt aa4i 
Inclgfling foar big hattloahl^a, avg< 
battle cruisers and five arttaoroa 
cruisers. 

The dispatch alao rofera ta auccaa^' 
sive bom bsrdmants by tha British of 
Kronatadt. which have repeatedly 
been denied by the Britlgh Admiralty. 

VIBORQ, Oct. 2S.— U Is aMoltptoo4 
that tha monitcHr FMhua aa4 tnro da- 
.atroyers. oft«r a fooanaoitofiag trla> 
yaatarday. wdl ba uaed for a loag*^ 
range attack on the fortlfloatlo'na »i' 
Krasnaya-Oorka. which haya htthait^i 
hampered General Tudealtc 
vanoo. 



toh'a aM^ 



^iHflMT affMMr Bolvte thrMM 




MLHELM OBIECrS 

TO BmC ^TBLMED'tj 

COFBKMAOSN. Ool ft.— A OOOM 

potopt Otanaaa ooa#Bao aggadad U 
tha fonaar Oannoa ■mperar'a agpB^ 
lar.aia aMaofa JMTeoaaaalAlaa 

(a 
aeUoi^ 



hatlt 
oOy. BMi 
•f-Ma potiaiy 

■n' tho ^t^nm^m 
exhibited ilaaadiw^ 



II 

ii 



4 



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■p 




. Vhb daily cqlokist; 



^Tdfhe Last Man and 



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ffr 



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Ida d|(^ fbt nMd 9W^^a^^ 

where hear it. Cam& xlb«$ o^^ 

takc^ a liberiir pbrtioh of your present 

tic^rifefVour future eaminj 




VIElMentiENDS 



Famous Red Patch Battalion 
HoWs Reunion- Dinner at^e 
Eii4)r0ss— -Gen. Mewbi/m 
AcdordlBd Ovation 




29, 1919 



i.'lS 



r^w'>» 






TTT 



iVY vKrrORY bqhds 






TWs 8p«£e G<witrtbuted^ty *' ^1 

B^EMIhiaa &Dutii^ili>^ 



Jewelers* Wktelmulters, etc 



CRIt And ac Blecirk Wtleh la^pgUuri 



m 



^immmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm 



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. Jhe new Winder' ^ap Dye, washes and dyes instantly* tnitY^''' 
and fast colon. Dyes wool, silk, cotton and linen. -*/*« 



To th4 sound <Nt th« f Ibrooh aklrl 

mg 'ttii nmiui».r- ■^'Bcmkna w My 
timm:" tht ummtm^ ..of the lUh 
Bo4UU^ C«ift<ll«b flootttoh aMcm- 
bl«fJMi nlgit to Che IkM^jreneral re- 
uapta dinner alnc« tho rolurh of the 
rvnlMaUi of the battle-i&arred bat- 
talion, from forelca aervloo. 

General - Mowbwrp, ^InlMor <« 
MlUtla and Oefonoo; aenevol Mr Ar» 
tlmr Cnr^, IftjoMifHiafol Mekle. 
Colonof Cinriu ^|t, Ir.e. C«lo»ei 
M ti l i lnm . tJolfiHil Hmtor DlekMn. 
coronet llAthon^, Colonel £«rne Roee 
and aomo llfty oAceni of the famous 
oli botuilott we^ present. Jn addi- 
UOfk to !«• K;C.O.'a and mmi. 'or 
^wfiom 5» Oerred as orlKf:bala tn ' tho 
battalion. 

After teoatinff "The Kin«." Col. 
"Cy" reck. V.C. nado ,one of tko 
.flnost addreasea of the ev^nlny. tn 
which he doalt with the glorious 
aehtovamonta of tho Icth Battauon 
Canadian 0«ottJsh la many a hard- 
foucbt flcht on the battloOolds of 
Fraaeo and Plandera. He aald that 
diarlndr the sfeaaUy Ifoura that eo* 
otirred durlnc^ the oohfllet the old 
battalion had never been oi^led upon 
la Tain, and that it had always ae- ; 
oomDUatwd the task set for It to ovor- 
oome. Cok>aeI Peck oxpreased the. 
warmest fooUns for the traditions of 
< tho battalion, and «ild tluU It, would 
bo a laklibc Miamo If tho naoM JMia 
tradltloaa of the Camew mm ware 

dlan Mllltla. 

' «*- . 



Moi'siriWoMsSiiis 

Every Suit Guaranteed With» 

^ pQi||fi|icep4ioa, and AU Suit- 

' in^ This Season's Weave. 

eharacUrlstica. aad.tbe build of the 1»- 
dl\-lduaJ, m^f tigkt tww. daHmr our sala, 
our •prices are eonaldoraMy lower thaa 

deuils of style and Al^ Ti>* l>Mt eitery- 



where spoil sots 
talnty of tMs ffli 
«are to 

Present sal« bH 
Wben a Suit la < 
both satkiflsd. 



M^s^vee addod^lvsnc^ 4r!d 

every llul> and Osal we nuke. 

sata pHoes arO aa.tow as %*i. 

doUvsrod tf VOtt..wo are 



H. H. BROWN 




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rU,i^'.ri- 



Coioi^ Per packit^e* each, ifc'V*i t«*ir'!« ^j 







fort 



CAMPBEtL'Si 



H/^ 



«MPI 



#» 



xnxgatsvs cask fkicss 




i«L4t3 



l«f YAtll 

OsHsMtswai 





ko Man wU's IrloJ mtT 

DOM^r ovntooK vKToinr ioMM 



U.&L. B«tttrica arc 
SHIPPlto TO US J>|IY 

You therefore get a liew 
battery— iiot one partly 
used. 



i 



Stapledim & Carter, lii 

Hoctrlcil «ad Moduuaktl Enflnotrt 




4Danoiral Ifewburo, 1ft roplytair to a 
'^^a*"'*!^ ■iajor ~R;' Tttppor. twtlined 
the Work he had been called upon to 
perform slnee hla appointment m 
ItK. Bo said that the work of de- 
mabtllaatlon was provin* even more 
dUDoiHt thaa the previous mobUlia- 
Uoib iFlofOrrlnv to th« exprosslons or 
pride and loyalty to the macnUloent 
Oatiadlaa Boottlsh related daring the 
speeches o^ .the ovenlng. Oenerai 
Mewburn told oC his visit to France 
and how ho .had returned Oiled with 



of the "Tommy's Favorite" "Aluette- 
Ooatlle Alaotto." Plpo BSakf Gordon 
Ross thrilled the, hearts of all by the 
rondorlna of tho old-tlm* maroh past 
of tho ICth BattaU^ra. that haa skilled 
out sO many a woary nltfht on mi)ddy 
cobblod- roads In Flaadora. . .u;j 

Vlcft»YU>A#IAT 

flOTAmANSMUMCH 






IMSnODAY 



Decision as to Strike Ordered 
In Soft Coal Regions Will Be 
Made— Prospect Is for Jdle 
Mines /jj 



(Contiauodl Mroiil PJacO I > ' 



'ji- 



vinclns tko owner that Jack Cantiek 
nooda It. and tlwt they need to lot him 
have It Thoro are some very wiso 
Investments belnc made these days. 

There are some bis Ions distance 
cuns to be flrod In this ea^paisa. The 
emplacements are all laid and O^ory- 
thtn« In readlnesa to "let her «o" at 
tho proper time. Ono of these Ions 
raage coaa Is to roar forth tomorrow 
at noon. .^ •" ., 

■aar Onwy SailUi • 

Oypsy Smith, tho noted speaker, 
thO man who has more convlndnv 
lanauave i^t his command than any 
llvlns man. is to speak at tho Rotary 
Club luncheon to be hold In tho Dm- 
press Hotel tomorrow, when ho will' 



a Violary 



CT" 



to Say 



This Uttlo Picture 



how the cheap bulb etmut 
the tealt, «nd 4o you know that a toiUt 
kak wUl averafe a WASTE ()F 300 
QAtLONS A. DAY? It's tho exponsivc 
reavit of ualnf a cheap bulb. 

tn- m EXAMINB YOUR PLUMMNO 
Ub Te^ay 




efl^^r a^ H^ 




DANCE m^H ^ 

Z<oam io daMia by kkythia. sad you wttl not daMe moaiurtiloally. 

mypTATioN MMCM' KvmY tuhday wvwfma 

Lorraine Danc^iiig A€a4mny 

ttapakard |ac tSllor* T >• 




Winter Fo0twear 

Those who want |:ood, seasonable Shoes at moder- 
ate prices are invited to Inspect our Urgt \tock of Men's 
Shol^imd^ by mamifactvrers nationaOy koown, such 
nas "JS^krik^f^ Jttrt Weight and tmJli.Mj. 

e 

l» Um'BMom C«tf Bmii, leather lined, double water* ^A Agk 
proflfMlet, aotld leather thfoughout 9«f«W 

Um*9 Dmk Brown Calf thoM, on a nartx>w trhn ^19 eA 
UK, or the brpa^ .coipfortaWe \^^ ^t9J09 to V • f|H| 

IClVJJ! <*^.^iofMa. iabroWa aiid Ulack «Htf»w 0t 1 Ali' 
oall. in all »i«e» ... 914aUv 

THE ''K^ BOOT gHOlP 

lllC ComwaMrtat jpfeaM iTtl 



the aroatest' appreciation of the ' "»ake an appOal on behalf of the Vlo 

splendid work of the "Red Patch" 

Mvialon. Ho stated that If he haa 
any say tn the flnal policy, every unit 
that sorved in Franco would be per- 
potuated in the Canadian MiUtla. The 
B*.Ma valiant men who had paid the 
saprome sacrlflce would not have died 
la vain, he continued. If the traditions 
of the corps were haadsd down to the 
rialna aoneraUon, and the records of 
aM valts porpotuatod In the standin* 
MlUtla of tho troat Dominion. 

"It Is slinplo to sit back and crItN 
clao," he said. "We don't want mill- 
tarlsm. but we must have some or- 
SaniaaUon. The 60.000 gallant Cana- 
dian lives must not have been atvon 
io valnL their deeds must be porpot* 
uated in the Mllltla of tha ^eat X>o- 
minion." ^0 raforred to the Uttle 
son of COloael Peok. who, dreabed in 
hlchland eostumo.. had accompanied 
tho pljpor, Gordon Ross, wround Via 
taMa tft tho tano of "JBtua Bpaaoas 
0«ar the Border." and aald that the 
taoMent had struck a chord In His 
Ifoartr "It was tl»ht" ho oonUmiOd. 
"to feaUr i^o ti«dttioiui mado nh- 
perishable by tfio deOda of Canadians 
on tho battlofloMa In the youny." ana 
said that thoro would bo no surer way 
of honorlpr tho naemory of tho faDon. 
Omm* for Bmaved Modiora 

General Mewburn stated that a Oli- 
ver cross, huna from a pun»l«Tlb- 
bori would be alven to evory mother 
who had lost a boy at the front as a 
sllcbt token of the esteem for the 
selfaacrlflclna devotion of the par- 
opta. Blaht wat' memorials are to be 
erected to the memory of Canadians 
fallen In Franco, One Ukina the form 
of a Hall of Recordo. while the others 
wUl be memorials eommemoraUna 
tho fanon. 4^ sum of |S00,atO had 
beoa voted by the Government for 
tho ^ork afid it would be conaam- 
n)4VMl,.aliortly,. ; 

No policy had boon formed, said 
General Mewbum. In mlUUa matters 
wlUioat waHIa* to^oonault tlio men 
:who iMul oeoa oorvloo at tho front. A 
eommltteo of tho Department of 
Hlltt<a and D«Konoo was now maklna 
•a" aa«r :Ol^'Uhe Domlalon consultlna 
wltk tho varloaa returned units. 
sOlloMiaa a t a M aai to ns .alona the Unoa 
of ,<utiiro dOMlopa^ent of the Caa- 
adlan lUMtla; Ho' was dad, he oool- 
tlnued. to hear the asse m bly spoak M 
warmir in favor of tho perpotuatMoa 
of tho oversoas battalions In tii« 
militia of tho cottntry. 

Oon. Sir Arthuir CurHe ropHOd to 
a toast by Ma|.<ton. lisekla. Ho re- 
forrod In alowtna teriiis to the deeds 
Of^the BatUliOn of the "Hod Patch" 
overseas, which had never failed tot 
Uke Its obeotlve or to fulfill air that 
was asked of It to jorform. He cltod 
the actions carried out by tho Caao^ 
dlan forces from their arrival in 
Fraaoe nntir the final dovolopraont of 
fir criortatts «androtf;^n. and said 
that tho Oonw had made lilstory. aad 
itoon Canada a vOaee in the affec- 
tions 'Of the world and a status as a 
nation; Ce-oporatloh In the reoon- 
structlon period would. hO oontlna|«a. 
make tho servico mon a power for 
good in tho Dominion, that had «y 
solf-oaortfica and dotormlnation to dh 
tho rlfttt thina. made them an Jr^ 
:r««tlblo oorps In -Tranee and FlandorA 
1 MaJffir^onoHn IiO«kle. propoMd the 
tbaot to Oon. Carrie, ana in a brtof 
.«idyesa;^told of tho atowlna deeds of 
tho Ma llth Canadian Boottlsh la 
matfy a hard foaaht ^Battle. 

Tho moot thnndorona applause wia 
aeeoVdod to Goneral Mewbum aai 
Col. Pock, V.C. and the other aO» 
d r o s se s were received with the warB^ 
•st appAciatlon from some iSf 
.boarty volooa; Choort upon ehoo«p 
aaado fhd atafd oM aanvandtaaa of tfto 
ftmproos ballroom rlna, whllo "Ho*a 
a jony food fonow" was repeated 
nfttit tho fathorlaa oould shout ao 
loagor. '^ 

An throagh tho dhinor the moi^ 
bora of the batullon were busy rat» 
noWlna old aeouaintanees ana 
a haarty haad-eia|i|» t^ '^ a 



atlbn th^t tti^e \h» awotlaar keoao^, 
Hr. .lata^ fthnter. Uo^ R, ft 
Wibh. S(lr.*r. Kflway aad Oof. tieiaior 
dellahtaa the aMbmbhr with some old' 
fashhmiid Seohhih baflaAi' oaoelleiut' 
ly readored, whllo Col. Cy Poefc, r,C. 
broturhf the house down with W 
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tory Loan 1919. 

Conslderlna iho fame of Oypsy 
Smith, the Rotary Club executive hA 
decided to throw, the luncheon open 
to the public, and as tickets are in 
areat demand to hear this wonderful 
speaker, the public will need to-aet 
busy at once and ivooure tholr tickets 
at the Victory L«an Headquarters. 
1321 Oovefnmont Stroot, the only 
place in Victoria where tickets can ' 
be obtained, for the luncheon is to bo 
Victory Loan from start to {Iniah. 

There will be a snappy proaramme, 
Rotary Club style, with Oypsy Smith 
as the chief attraction, while Frank 
Glolma. M.PJ*.. will ch^ tn with a 
fow Words. The Bmpreaa orchestra 
win provldo musical selootlbns, and 
other features will bO very mu^h In 
ovidenoo. 

Ic Is Important to note that the 
soatlna oapftolty of the Ipnch room at 
tho l^mproos is limited to 300, and tho 
Hotel manaaoment must know the 
number Of auosts tty E p.ta, today, so 
It behooves all who wish to be pres- 
ent to take time by tho f orelpoh and 
aet theij^tlokot from tho Victory Loan 
HeedQuattora at oneo. 

Bvorybotfy IbM> It 

One encoiiraainf featufo about tho 
subscriptions to date is that they arc 
almost all from the avoraao cltiaeh, 
shbwlna that the wOrklngtnan, tho 
buslnoias man and profosolohat man 
are all out to sui>pOrt tho issue. One 
subocrlpilon has boon received for 
$40,000. and sevorat for 110.000, hnd 
Oenerai Clarke states that around one 
million in blaasr lots is in slaht and 
sure of obtainlaa. *"Wo have not #ana 
after the bia otaff yot,*' saM tho OoM- 
oral. 

There aro throo 0ood roaaoMn why 
the people of Canada should support 
tho Vlet^it l*^*' ItlS. to the limit: 

l<-»'k1ia fUat is a |>uroly business 
r o a soiW' pamohr, that tho 14 per cent 
bonds of the Dominion of Canada 
runnlna for IS jroars at par. oonatltute 
tho moot attractive investment to be 
had. About the time this loan was 
announced, the bonds of small On- 
tario dtloo wore oolUaa ot yloM IH 
per cent, and Western Provincial 
bonds were oeHlna to jrield S% per 
cent, so that the bonda of the whole 
Dominion are certainly a aroat bar- 
gain on a EVi por cent basis. 

Furthermore, anyone who wishes 
to soU at any time will bo able to do 
so. as has been tho ease with previous 
Victory Loans. No socnrtty haa over 
had mora effletont support than M 
constituted by tho oraanlsed bond 
doalors 4nd stock brokora of Canada 
In oo-operatlon with tho market oom- 
mlttoo, awhleh tnoaas that the bond* 
should gradually soH up to or above 
tholr value, wharoas, they aro belna 
issued at oonsldorably bolow tholr In- 
trinsic value. 

^ — ^Tho soooBd roaaon for aapport- 
Ing tho loan is partly Suslnoss aad 
partly patriotic.' It Is tho Victory 
loans that make it possible for tho 
farmer to seU his grain, which In turn 
provMeo tho money which hoops niev. 
Ing the • factories and tho whofosalo 
and roUll establlshnloato of Canada. 
In othor words, evory maa In Canada 
who has anything to soil, or who 
oarno waios flrotti tho produetlon and 
dtaaHhotloh of any article lo lai^'ootod 
In making this loan go. so that Can- 
adian agrieulturo and industry may 
ooatiaao to prosper. Farthormoro. 
o«r moa foiuiht la tho aroat war In 
ordor that Canada mlarht-be a psaoo 
able and happy country, and in koep- 
lag tadastry proopo r oas wo aro oo» 
oporatlag with tho soMlena la bHng- 
lag that rooalt about. 

a — A largo proportion of tho leaa 
has booa and win be spent for domo- 
bUteatloa. pO B s l oaa. gnuuftlea already 
graatod by tho OaaamoMnt and sol- 
dlers* ffo-ootahliahmoat and load sot- 
tiomoat Wd. who oathualaotiaally 
supported oar moa oraraooo'Whoa thoy 
eonotltated tho only pro to o tt on agahist 
the onslaagha of tha Oar^aaMk ehoor- 
fally recoaalsa that It ta.«ar patrlouo 
duty to eontrnuo In their aupport un- 
til the loot man .Jmui been .r«-estab- 
IMbod In a life of prospoi^y And aso- 
fnlnoos in whatever sphere is mmt 
saltod to hio oapaelty aad txUalnfe. 

VANCOfTTBIt. Cot ta.*-.Oaf4eaa 
la sohM asotlotto of tha Frasor Vattoy 
were oovoroly damagod by hist 
night'a storm. At UonUn«don. 
thrso indieo of snow foH and Imaaed- 
latoty a fi aa a. taaaa*rable frait 
trooo. oopodally poaehoo andirao*- 
horry eaaom wors brokoa dowa. Mo 
o^oaatiMi. aro — Iffiai of tlio 

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INPIANAPOUS. Oct. a«.--Wlth 
"no ohaago In the situation" report- 
ed at Ualtod Ulao Wo^ors of Aaiorl- 
oaa hoadaaartenv loaders of tho big 
organisation ti the miners wore pre- 
paring grimly tonight tor a momont- 
ous oonforonce toaaorrow of lis oaoou- 
tlve boani, dkrtrlct prosldonto and 
scale committee. 

John L. Lewis, acting prooideat of 
the organlaation. arrived late todagr 
, from Ms home in Sprtaafield, llUnots, 
bi|t had little to add to statements 
already made eonoemlng the general 
strihe planned to take effect in the 
bltumlnoaa mines \Novo«abor l. 

The eondOmnation of the propooed 
walkout by Prooldent Wlhmn, and his 
suggootion that a tribunal be appotpt- 
ed to find a basis of settlamont of the 
disagreement between tao workers 
and employers, with coal production 
continuing meanwhile, held no charms 
for the union leaders. Echoing the 
point mado ti^ Wifi<> Graaa, aoerefafy 
treasurer of the organlaation. ' Mr. 
Lewis said thit the natloaal oaoou- 
tlvo's sUtement that ChO~ noOd for 
w— ■thno prohibition had paosod t>e- 
cOttso the emergency had ended, ex- 
pressed exactly the unloa> pttltade 
toward Its War-time wage' contraet. 

"There is no further use for war- 
time prohibition, ac^oording to the 
President" said Mr. Lewis. "Neither 
is there further uie for the war-tlato 
Waahlngton wage agreemoat. We 
therefore resent the Imputatloa that 
tho strike is Illegal." 

CHIOA€K>. Oct. a». — Wi\h ttiree^ 
days left before the throateaod strike 
of bituminous coal miners is sched- 
uled to go into effect, railroads in the 
Chicago district and throughout 
Illinois were making a tremendous 
Effort to smash all records in dally 
tonnage carried. Loaded coal cars 
were allowed to stand on tracks 
while in transit as little as possible. 
One coal railway ofBcial was author- 
ity for tho statement that virtually 
all of the Northwest had enough fu^ 
on hand -to last throughout the win« 
ter. The situation In that section 
he considered mast advantageoua in 
confronUng a possible long shortage 
in coal produetlon due to a strike. 



SENATE RE-ENACTS 

PROHmmON BILL 

WASHINGTON. Oct 28.— The Sen- 
ate ■ passed the Prohibition* Enforce- 
ment Act over tho President's veto to- 
day and made Irontedlatoly effective 
machinery for preventing the sale, of 
beverages containing more than one- 
half of one per cent alcohol. 

The vote was 65 to 20, or eight more 
than the necessary two-ttflrds ma- 
jority. While thoro was a wrangle 
over taking up tho measure In place 
of the pface treaty, which had the 
right of Way. Uiere never wao-a doubt 
as to how ths Senate stood. It was 
overwhelmingly "dry." like the House, 
which re-passed the bill wUhla throe 
hours after the President had vetoed 
it 




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TORONTO, Oot tS.— Atatoments 
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coal mining opo|^ons at 'Wayne, 
Reee d ale »nd Drumheller In Alberta* 
were suspended two days last ««aol| 
becaaa^ the Canadian Katloaal RM<< 
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mlniM at normal oapadtf. Thoro 
might have been sufllcient had tho 
mine operators been contain with 
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to clooe the mines rather than use to 
tho limit the cars available." 



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^.OTTAWA, Oct. 2i:—lTiSk failure of 
tlw Comin««a to vet the Cll»|{4 Trunk 
bin out of comtnUteo «tsc»/i|«t«rd*y 
nrnloBd proroKatfon •; VtM-liam«nt thia 
week a i>iactlcal linpoa4btUtyV With 
only two of the 12 clau«e# ftmlly dla- 
poMd of, oonsM«(»tlon Jot the meas- 
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up another 4a|r or tw«k TRif bill can- 
not reach the Benaia until this middle 
of the week, and the deba|e In tha 
Upper Houa^N^ certain to occupy mt- 
era I day a, N,^^ , 

4^hough the ai>i|;ude of the Oppo< 
•Itlab in thu l^ouMNtesterday auR* 
seated the pOBflltflity ^ the I4berah» 
lieeplpg up tb« tlfflit for V lour time. 
Ihey say that thev have no Intention 
in pendatins in their oppoattion to an 
unreaaonable length. 

Nothing haa occurred to auggeat 
th«t the bill might hoVe to be put 
through Wf cloture, the Qovernntent 
flt^tine that the Opposition can have 
aamuch time aa they dealre to con- 
sider it. 

While the Oovernmfnt la confident- 
ly counting on a maiorlty for the 
Grand Trunk legialaUon when tho 
bill reachea the Senate, It fa realised 
that the margin of aUety for the 
meaaure may not be a wide one and 
that the elttiatlon la one which will 
keen the m:ntaterlal whipa on the 
alert until the flhal vote la taken. 
ThIa being the aituation la the Sen- 
ate, the progreaa of the blU In the 
Houae wiU be watched wAh Intense 
Intereat at the Capital. 

"When the railway legialatlon to 
finally out of the way in- tho •<]offi. 
mona, ft la anticipated that the Oov 
ernment'a prohlblUon legtolatton will 
be proceeded with. There are ru- 
mora thi^ week that these billa would 
be dropped for the aeaalon; but tbaro 
haa been no ofllcial intimation from 
the Government to warrant such an 
aaaumption. 

The Ihdlcatlona are now that they 
will be proceeded with. The aqiend- 
ment to the Dominion Temperance 
Act, the more Important of the two 
bills, win make provtolon for bone- 
dry prohibition In any provlnee. /ol- 
lowing an affirmative vote on a refer- 
enduv.i taken on the authorisation of 
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FOR M PMES 

Eastern Papers Cortynent on 
Significance of Farmers' 
Success in By-Elections — 
Unrest Is Widespread 



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Deputy Minister Scranrimell 
Raises Commotion by Refer- 
ence to Returned Soldiers 
and Hymns 





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Ieglai|nture. 

It la ei^ected that the report of 
the apecial committee of the Com- 
mons, which under- the chalrmah- 
al^ip of Hon. J. A. Calder. haa been 
considering the bill to amend the set 
relating to soldiera' civil ' re-eatab* 
Ifahnient. will make its report to ttto 
Commons today.: The 



probably devote a couple of 'days to J*' 



TORONTO, Oct. »,— The MaU 
and Empire makes no direct coin- 
ment on the federal by-elections 
yesterday, but aaya editorially: 

"It is said that the Farmers' 
Party in Dominion polities will seek 
to revive reciprocity. If the Canad- 
ian oonsumers oould get the til. 50 
hogs from the Chicago market In- 
stead of the $18.50 hogs on the To- 
ronto market tho farmers in Can- 
adian . polltlos would be still more 
unrestfuL" 

The Globe says: 

"The by-elections should edn iail 
empty boaatlng at Ottawa. Thr^ta. 
by tBe ' dovermnint and lihallentM 
by the opposition to take appeal to 
the people are silly and insincere. 
Btoth parties must know now the 
temper of the electors, ^^ch must 
realise that It U IjiopeleMly out of 
touch and out of accord with the 
sentlihent of the country. The 'Ins* 
and 'outs' may continue to play 
their .old game In parliament, but the 
folk ouUide are looking ,iror some- 
thing better— and they will look till 
they find It 

, "The verdict of yesterday leaves 
no room for deiibt. From the east- 
ern province of New Brunswick 
comes the tidings that In Charleton- 
Victoria, the majority of the candi- 
dates of the United Farmers IS close 
to 4,000. Hie significance of this 
ovarwhelmlnc verdict Is Intenst^ed 
by the faot'that t)iree cabinet min- 
isters. Melgli«n.\ Robertson and Blon- 
dln» perfonally irisitSd the riding and 
eport to tho |t^1'^***i*<*- tWslr" tfcdr influence and 
House will ¥"•**?• to tb« eampalgh for sOme 



OTTAWA, Oct, 28.— Rev. J. Ifender- 
son, of BgllBtoa Baptist Church. To- 
ronto, was the oentra of wild scenes 
at last night's meeting of the OnUrlo 
and Quebec Baptist confereoee. He 
refused to sit down when told to do 
so by Prealdant Rev. D. S. O. Wallace. 
sad Inaistad on speaking. Be could 
not bo haard. however, for ssany of 
the d«le«fttea. InoludhigMeveral von- 
aroble ministers, rose to their foot 
and shouted at the top of their voloco: 
"Throw him oiit," and "SlJ down." 
FWally several of his friends gatherod 
around him and Induced him to-taks 
hto asat 

Tho cause of all the trouble was an ^ 
address given by E. H. Seramnlotl, as- 
Blatant deputy mintoter of soldtors* 
ofVU ra>«atabllchment. who to a mem-' 
bar of the First Baptist Church, Ot- 
Uwa. He spoka on "The Chfinsh and 
the Returned Soldier." 

Mr. Scram mell asked, did they think 
that a returned sold tor, after hto ex- 
Pfrtonces at the front, would sing: 
"I would not breathe for worldly Joy, 
or to increase my worldly goods: my 
future days or powers employ to 
spread a sounding name abroad." 

■A areat commotion then occurred; 
several IntorrupUons were made in ef- 
forts to speak at the. same time. There 
were crlas of "HSresy." "Ues" ahd 
"Blaaphemy." 

Rev. Mr. Beaderaon then rose to hto 
feat, and shouting at the top of hto 
voice, said they certainly could expect 
■oldlars to sing these hymns. ^^ 

The prertdetttp-"^ call b« jroa to sit 
down. 




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Libby't Toroato Jioup— Per tin ]\\ \^. 

Beat Liundry Starch— 2 full pounds ..... . . . .2M 

Rogcra' Golden 8ynip~2.lb. tins 24^ 

Sweet, Juicy Oranges— Good size, per dozen . . ZSf 

Poppuijg Com— Pcf lb. «j^Q^ 

Sweet Pickle (Unamoked) Hams-Sliced, lb* !! 4II^ 

New Kippered Herrings — Per lb jjj^ 

*st Quafllty Pfeanut Burter-Per lb. ...!.!!!! 25^ 
Prime Canadian Cheese-^Per lb. 3^ 



*": '(ioy a Vktory Soad 
"^r^^ nm GIFT SHOP" 

Gilt Boxibs 

ArHallowe'en Parties 

INCENSE 
BURNERS 

and 

INGENSE 

Thfc above are becomhi|: 
quite popular. 

/• Sammer 8 Som 

Limited 
letsniviniiigist. 



j/^ >IOI^*niBAZ«;*Oct. 2S.-rCemraeMt- 

* Ing on the. result of ifie by-elecUens 

yesterday.. thpOaastta/XConaervatlTe) 
this'niorning sfc,y«:i 

"Coming after ■■. tbe Ontario ele«- 
tions of laft week, the remilt ini«t 
be taken as Indicating, that the m>- 
lltlcal unrest is wideapread, and thut' 
both the Conservative and the lib- 
eral party are likely to lose by It, the 
Conservatives HI greater dbgree in all 
probability. The pHiln <fiket Is that 
the Union Government, while it car- 
ried the country two yeara ago. did 
not create conditlonis or i|aln a hold 
upon the poi>alir mind' stroOg 
enough to maintain , it when the 
needs of war actloa passed. It is for 
ministers and those who advise them 
— whoever these may be — to serious- 
ly consider the situation- as it afteots 
their policy, present and future. 

"As things are. It is only to be 
thought they are moving en to de- 
feat, which win be hastened by 
recent events, east and west, unless 
they pull themselves together, some 
more of the weak iimber is thrown 
out and a cabinet that commands tt-r 
speet presents to the country such 
a programme of conservative, meas- 
ures As are needed to carry it through 
the coming years of trial with some 
reserve nnancial strength for futore 
needs. And the first thing toward 
such an> end should be tbe proro- 
gation of a session of parliament that 
Is wearying the country and imper- 
iling such chances of malnUlntng 
itself as the Qovemment haa." 

WINNIPBQ. Oct. 28.— the Freo 
Presil shys: 

"There was no surprise In yester- 
day's federal by-elections unless It 
be in the sise ' of the majorities 
which the Farmers' candidates 
rolled up In the three seats whish 
they contested. 

"After the results In Ontario, how- 
ever, there was grodnd for expect- 
ing that thehr triumphs wouM be 
emphatic. , It is now quite evMaat. 
to even the blindest adherents of 
the old political system, that the revo- 
lutionary force whieh ground Into 
powder the traditional political mf*- 
tem of Ontario is In free ptey 
throughout the whole of^ Canada, 
and needs only an opportunity to 
repeat Its acconpllshmsnts there On 
a wider scale." 



, ^1; «"««"«n--"Before I alt down 
I wlU denounce thia blasphemy and 
heresy." 

For several minutes many tried to 
speak at the same tlnw. Mr. Hender- 
son finished what ha had to say despite 
the repeated protesU of the president. 
After Mr. Borammell had finished his 

fiilT ^L «"*•"»«» »««Un rose and 
tried to address the meeting, but Dr. 
VWUtoe said he would listen to noth- 
in» but an apology from.Mr. Hendv- 

»bs presldent—'Then sit down." 

' K*<*«>nhMs In' PMte ""'>'. V 

«-^f *J^ * ^*- 2»— Bttremlst ele- 
ments in trade union circles plan lo 
call a general strike on Woverabw 7 

fSderation of tabor, ore opposed to 
the movemsot. - ..^t' - v •"^"•^ '• 



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fng a smart <Qtton bQu#e 'frock, spieciaily designed for 
stout figuries, wi^ be pleased with this showing, w4iich 
offers it wide range of,8tyle8 and at ptices that will prove 

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Devdopeii^ from blue' 
and grey percale, fash; 
ioned' witii convertible 
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Ck>od fitting- uid splendid <, — ~- — ^ 

quality. » .«iff j.tHt.S«^ f:f)i«ir 1 -tional value at $4.50 

^ > •' .^/ 7: 1*??. \ Fslshioned-Wich^a neht 

Ginghanl House <FnKifs^ 
In* neat striped . tSpf^, 
made itL-flov^'iieqk^ s^^v 
long sleeves, .iwitJli coH^mt: 
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n*vy percale, with 
fanc^ white stripe ; con- 
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MiOt 8-rObmsd libasc. coanbsadlac 
splspdid vi«w; sli modern conven- 
Mnecs. ipetadioit hot snd cold vstft 
lo 5 rooms; whole hooss Wtrsd for 
electric llfbtt stsndlnf \n 7yi seres 
of cttltivstsd land with wtds laks 
frontsfs. 9sni, fsrsrs snd boUd- 
logs (or 300 chickens. Od rorSI 
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ITALY EXPERIENCES 
POirnCAL UPHEAVAL 

ROMK. Oet. }«.— The various 90- 
Utleal itartlss In Italy hays nomftiatod 
no Isbs than S,S4a candidates for tbs 
general elections to bs held on No- 
vember IS. The number of seata In 
tho Chkmber of Deputies Is 60 1. I^r- 
msr deputies Ao the number of spo 
have deeUned to stand for re-election.* 
and St died during thslr tsrma of 
ofriee. . ' T* 

Of the rsinalninf SIS, it la prsdlet«d 
that only approslnately oaa-foarth 
would be returned. Thos It appose 
that the coming general olMUon wfn 
wltoaas tho gredtast peMdfttl. Ii«idly 
eonduotod parUiunentary . reVolutldn 
that Itatjr has ssEperfsnood aince the 
prosent eonstttoUomtl regime b 
71 years ago. 





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■AJKATOOK. Oet. If. — gerloua 
trevbio over basing haa broken out 
at tho University of 8askat«hewen. 

22!!*. ■1' V^^H!^^ •' '^•"»»d so»- I 

,"**nf In the freshman e^as, aad ttie 

rapper claMman permitted iMie or 

their number, a boy of German por- 

ontage. to e«t t|ia hair of eoo of MM 

ratomod anea Into weird shspsO- 

Ssveral of tbs partietpanta wofo 

*oro or lass serfoo^ir taioi««. oiie 

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TBtC DA ICY COTX>NTSt; VICTORIA, B.C WEDNESDAY. OCTOBliR 29.1919 



of —If w l ihMr ^UMoiMM. tV 
war wfk» ■«v«r wom vmII tlMW«*w^pi 
utOflad c>o«qaiAiid uK » aliwto tromX. 

(«^ sU*^ OB Um »*IW^tTrMit Iff 

f%vr k«v* leMMrt >t< M. tM b<tll«iM 

,4l(lk3r haw. tb«r wtl^^H ten » prty %• 

H^lwa It «MaM ftrom tk«M who fc«^ 
y»% to taato tto swwto «r •Ctie*. 



M>«<v 



BimTBNH^ KBIT AliV POOnOB. 



It to Ul^. nM q«lt« In t|M •r4«r of 
•Mart* tffntrtti b«(tMin*»t 1« wrvrn- 
•Mnt. tb^ mm:*, «a4 mora M ttm« 
dtoM «a III! |g|||iiiiiin ff tlM mturMA 
loldlan and ti|Mr,t«l«tliri^ wtU W 
^ma a powaitat^ potltloal loree. If 
this r«rea to ft «oMolldat«d «aM It wiU 
verk for naUmal sm^j If H !• MmIt 
tatad It will firoaaa furthar Mlimadi- 
aaa hi a yount coaatrr wh«M toMtliBial 
4iffar«noaa ^|i|rt P*i^*ft^ *** crcfti 
ThOM who liPa Man away t<i th« int 
Inrin* back ^ritth them a new vtofdo of 
Ufa, aad tt;il tbdir |Mrlvlto«e. mora 
thfea tha^ xii^'U^ ifihw "—e^tnti of the 
aopnmvaltyr t^ nii^ jfligpoen,er ImH- 
f«r tha world. In^^lJfiny insUiMWa t^ 
retamad aoldtar eomea back to find 
tiiat other* have proaperad durla* hto 
ahaaaeo, that tdod jobo are aearea And 
that th* prooe^ ^ of , rafattJaqnajii^ to 
alow. There to wtllMwieM on kll aides 
to aaatot In repatrtotlop. bat tha e«oo« 
omio wheels srfnd slowly so that mi^ 
dtlays aa llM»ra .Ma 1i)( the p^iaceaa 
sometlaifB «l«e Hk^to dlatnttaltAiment 
racardlBC the "new wortd" which U 
was hopad would p* an outcome ti the 
war. 

' '~Ttt« dSBfartn tliti dtoriluanhfimaiir 
artoea from blatant propacanda by 
which |M>Iltlelans of a ^rtaln order 
sack t» danunraltka tha soldiar. Thera 
to mOM diapi ona pdlitica* faetion. 
which tirtaka thftt tha retarnad man to 
aa a hOo u a »iiy forahato^atOa 4aBtsas. 
These factions want hto vote and that 

(to all they worry about. There Is 
nothlA^-Bf w la t|Mir pijiMtlces. for 
they copy what happened In the 
United ttatea aftar tha CiiA Vwar^- 
Hiatery'li roMatlat ttaalt Sr.^Ofas. 
son in his book, ^'ll'aderal lUtHary 
Penalans," says that "toany have been 
tha poUtletons who Mve ioittht to 
ride Into power en tha stranvth of 
lavtah pension, promises^ l>el(| out to 
old /soidlete aa aa hidl^eaiBMi^' io 
secura thaif viatea.""' Ha qaotas a 
speaob oi IMO,! in' wht«l^ a M«« Ben* 
derso« aald; '*Tlil» Wl w^( t^ tha 
boys f40,0»««ftf«, i^d. ti pH^^fm^a. 
It will be by Oamocr^e.votea that It 

will ba dafe^iMli." R*aeat1y> in tha 
llaaAiaUDie .t^«||aetlop)^,^|||^^n<l» 

aiVappfiflijnadaWhy oaa^ol tha;f!«*dir 
datea raa: 'Neither ratarhad aoldlara 
nor thatf wives are likely to foraet tha 
enoroioua serrlcea randarad by Mr. 
Prlavla aad hia co1laa«aa,J|K i, U, 
Hosta." Another caadl^dtota ^t tha 
sama afaotlon in aa eklny to aaeura 
soma of the f ,000 ax-servlea votes de- 
clared that "the toad valuea of this 
country should be ptod^ad to provide 
adequate recofnition In the fOTQi of 
baok-pay." jit to|»^vl»us tilt «x-sf r- 
y^ n«ln^he^tMAfsaeli1Mts sefeji. 
otMytk : ioi»^«Mlier of the eandldataa 
coneemed waa alaoted. 

The London TtniMR ^; epaimaiUIng 
oa tha efforts nuul^'diirins the Rus- 
haima alaetlen said the propacanda 
usad waa aa effort to make Um olalma 
'of tha ax<aoldtor "a mere street cry 1» 
tM Vft^ temrkat.** It l^ an aini thla«. 
aayf UULt aawapaper, for If unehecked 
be fatal to the true Interests, of 
aaMter. for it -to poUUaai 
^tkm. iglakad and unashamed. T&'^ 
>ta Tha TIpaei "It pats the meed 
Up to faetion, dariadas it to 
toval of the iaiitlcat aiariiet plai^ 
kao It the stafK of t|m cancaiaa 
las of p^UMca^ ^ ftdvenlttrata.'* 
returned sol4lara/Co cope with 

means unliaown la eanfttfa, must 

their eommoasens% and fare- 

lit aad refo^ to be the vlfUaia af 

»vo^ ptanoeuvres and the prey 

kll^saekhiil poUUctans. They should 

lit BO on«'**'to roasquera^a under 

■uuttla of tha raturnaA aoldlera* 

Thay ftia jmffleiantly ataaac 

avmeroto% a^ tha aid of their' 

to wtm tkair o«« battJtoa at 

ft Ito. wh^ tiMtr •Itiru a^ «««. 

la the to(lk^»||^wm hftva 
lira^elmlflf VulMo aantimant en 
ilr alda. 

claims of the returned men to 
faroaea In tha employment of the 
and tha n»a«|alpallty 4mo4 no 
roaaoy for tjrf| sM reco^nlaM aa 
irattva an^T 4ui»td be aafpraed 
uavarylnff ^anattllDusneaa. The 
of tha State am* beyond 4bls, for 
prtvato oatarprlaa doeo hot m«et 
of repatriation, throath In- 
to do so. It to the task of gov* 
to find amploymeht for all 

r* p<4iila weeks. 

^Waryeae wha #Mglit 

haltUa tlia opportaplty to make a 

forta^ta }tvln« upon hto return 

MMn thto daty u 

rtr voaecnlaa4 the praetlca eC poU- 

to ride Into power oa 

artn 



It 



There to ainraaftdeaJ of poUUoai na- 
oartalnty In 5JM1 ak^ and wtiat. Just as 
•Niah as aiqili^ alsa. to reeponaibte 
to SouiMlln ttfft: dMi>l*ty whlah 
iardiM tte4 lailire of the 
Ualoakt Party. I^o one knowa tt it 
to flolBf to the iNtito at the neat 
ceneral eleottaa as ft political ervaal- 
■atlon, o» whether tfii eoipiponant parts 
tlAl'rea^ hftok to>tMfr orldnat party 
all^flanae. There |a ptiii no inkUav 
of wlial its poUeteaoWlil be should the' 
Uolon he BBalatalafMU, and yet there 
waa ne^r a tjbBie i|(ihdn there was ae 
•Mat a demand ah the part of thV* 
people for leadera|K|9 and tlie puttiac 
forward •€ such a ||lfttform aa will ad- 
vance the Domlalaa. . The future pt 
the UnloRtot Partr Hftt with the Gov- 
etftment aftd its/followera In Parlto- 
mapt. To d>trl|P(^ the attaaUon there 
ahould be'^ii ooiiaintlon when the pra-' 
aent session ends, at whioh aome de<l- 
nito dectolon should b reached. There 
to unrest among both Uberato aad 
Cohiep^Vai wjlio^ln the past haira 
sappoHAd the 'itriaant War Oovam- 
ment. %nd that' anreat to liable to 
grow more pronounc^ unless some 
•it^r staiimaiK|l|^ut|Mrore the 
people. ^"•i*JIV>' 

Hera in Vkdterlft •<•«#'' have Just 
passed through a by-etoctlon in wlUeh 

th€ Government candidate haa 

trlampKed. Ito a large extent It waa 
a personal victory because of the local 
papHlftrlty of, Dr. Tplmle, apd bc^uae, 
tao,' It waa vaoogi^ed he* waa admir- 
ably fitted for the poat of Ifintoter of 
A«rlcuHi^e. The Ooi^rtimaat should 
not be hoodwinked by the reeult, or 
believe that It Is aHaadaraansBnt of ha 
present or future coarse, for the peo- 
ple caanot deohura ^io«toe|ve« specific- 
ally untu they kno# What the future' 
haa ih stwrtL VM^ Wealiat poiiticaf 
ovttoek IMIeaUlB the Doealblttty of tha 
reaiiim' of the idl^ Kaderal electioi^ 
bringing aboet political eondltlona 
aeaiewhat anala«ttua to thoae which 
prevail In Ontario today^ Where the 
-i»reble'm of government to Ilkeiy to be 
an fntenalfled one..^ If that to not to 
happen In 'the Dontinion arena t^ere 
maat ha a shakihip o( the dry hon^- 
the aauaciatlOtt of 4daar cat policies, 
an outright deltmttaUoif of the politi- 
cal parUea Of the fatarOr'; ett- at all 
eveata of the next ftve yaara. There 
must be a new note ' et IfAderahipi 
Boundadt fthd a platform \|iir<. raeoeJ 
stract^, daiignfti to pat jtii end to 
political aa4 lpd|iaitriai uatreyt. 

We write jirttli no aota 9f, heaUttty 
tointrda the tipioft, QoytMHiment for we 
realiae it hMt had an alm'oat super- 
lmman*task.. The <^bje4;t,to merely to 
put forward the a^ee that the time 
has come when the Oovemment of the 
day and Ita supportera ahould reach 
a de^on regarding their politloat 
appeal at a aaneral ele^loB. By poat- 
^h^r>fih|fdeeiiitoft >«a tell than 
f raakly" ' that they ' <|4erease their 
chances of success at the poUa ahould 
they determiiie to remain aa a Union* 
tot ^rty.' By deciding aow and' 
evolving a platform there la time loft 
for adasative work. There to alio 
time for a atrengthening of the Oov- 
emment and an opportunity for the 
Mlatoters to eome more eloaely In 
toaah with the pollUeal feeUaga of 
the people. It Is a payebologtoal jmo" 
illlllil' Ml thWfO to a eaHoitw ihdaaMoa 
ia tite public mind. What the people 
want, more than ftaythint otoe, to 
lead«rship and spma veai towarda 
which to move. Nothing could Mear. 
tha atmosphere het(«r thfta an enun- 
ciation of wlf(lfUl#'|flesent party In 

peal to- the c6«5l^; It to unfair to 
U's supporters to leave them in ft aUte 
Of ladectoion ier without knowing 
Where they stand. It la difficult. If 
not Unpossfhle, for |lMi|n {to ^arg»|ilaD 
support for Unloptom at a time whan 
other poUtieal .|f[^rtlea are perfeoUitf 
their arrahgebavt^ afalnae thadfy 
when a VS»deral efectioB will be held. 



people 



mtae Uie AUa^. too 
hot rtsmpaaliig 0k0f 





ainglng 
l^lflwhan 
A mAM aap- 

11 p. at., when a 

h wai nCftde by 

of the ear- 



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SOCIAL AMP ratSdNAL 



■a^^^^^^^^^M^OTive 





•19ie Sidney AthleUe AaeciaUoa 4rill 
held a maaquerade danea in Bavqutot 
HfUI. Sldplay. on Hallowe'en. Friday, 
^etoker II., Mn^a Orehestcn «ui 
sapply the muale far the 
PHras <M1i he gtvaa to tha hdat 
dVaasfd latfir aad aentlemaa. 
the best oshito costmne. 
nkeau iHR he sarvsd. The 
Mnay atagft wiQ leave W\aads« iti 
IDbuglaa Straat, t o'elock. returA! 
at i. 

M.X H. p. )Ce*a»mha, :W> 0. T. iTr 
national lecturer. )lnd fbridar state 
lecturer and organj 
organlsatloa 

day from Ostarlo tmk is starii« '%M 
Hetal Stfttheoha. c * T' ?l 

The drat of a aerlea of partlea aad 
daaoea waa given Moaday night by 
tha FrtaMaMp anh. when aipaigitoa 
Pkrtr waa held on Wtoa A. SmSTTt 
I4ta Bagbie Straei. About S4 >o*«« 



aerved at 

ntaresUoa 
Mr. J. 
prtoed oae. 

Ktaa Josephino-liedl* *f tMt ftteh- 
moad Head, left by the ^ednasday 
boat on a vlalt to retotlvea at Ooro- 
nado. 0«1. 

Last Saturday afternoon at her 
home on Catherine gttewt. Vtoteria 
Weet, Mra. Andrew Oray entertained 
at a very aaart taa in honor of IiOdy 
Cqnia, The reeepttoa rooms were 
blight with ehrysftnthaafivaw and 
Aut«mn blooms. Among those 
dnt, bealde the honor gveat. 
Ifrs. I^vld Millar. Mrs. Angus Oaimp- 
hell, Mra. A. W. Ifaore. aad Miss 
Ow'rothy Moore, Uxi. Munsle and 
Mlia Mansto, Mrs. Jamea Met«. 
Molrhead, Mra. Ooolding Wllsen. ith. 
<Capt.) Brown. Mrs. O. Stoman, Mrs. 
OUbert Fraser. Mtos MttlrMaad, Mrs. 
yr. r. Soott and Mra. (Capt) Wil- 
liam Oraat. 

I^idy Barnard and Mra. Oharlea 
Xjoewan are. In Vancouver for a short 
stay, having gone over on Sanday 
to attead the aymphony eoncert of 
Monday evealng. They have been 
the gueats of Mra. B. T. Rogers. 

Mra. B. V. Bodwell. of thto dity. 
to vtaltlng Mra. J. O. FOrdham. ttti 
Oardera ttreet. Vaneoa^r, 

Frienda of Mr. p. Mtlea Cotton, 
of Vanooaver. will h* intereoted to 
learn that he haa rpeovarad from the 
severe . lllneae which oonflned him to 
hospital ior aome time ahd la about 
agaia. " ' ' 

Pr. and Mrs, Roderlqk L. Fraaer 
hftva bean vtolting In Vancouver* the 
jgueataof Mrs. J. Collins, 
- Mra^ R. ,C Boyle, of Vaaeonver. 
to vtoMng in Winnipeg, where she 
has bedn attending the educational 
confereaee. As president of the 
Daughtera of the Umpire In Brltlah 
CahinMa, Mra. Boyle repreaented the( 
order and also the Navy Xjeavoa.' 
The I.O.t>.B. to taklnff op a very Im- 
portant campaign atony educational^ 
tlaes, and the primary ehapte^i hero 
are Intel^sted In the results 9t the 
Winnipeg conference <-, frf ' 

ttn. Qeorge Smith of St; Cather- 
ines, ptttario. educational aeeretary 
of the\ National ' Chapter of the 
LO.D.B.. to on her way to thto city 
to address the order here In the 
interna. ol the Vduiiatlopal eam- 
aaign. Mrs. Smith stopped over in 
WllDinlpeg /or the educational oonttt- 
ettd». and after iddreaslng meetlnfs 
in the prairie cities, she will eome 
to the coast cittes. J^ 

rreparationa are well under way 
for the card party to be held' next 
Tuesday eye^in*. Noveasber 4. In the 
Alexandra Cl^ ballroom by the 
Ca^OBon ic;hapter I.O.D.B.. and the 
restet. |trs.' Andrew Wright. - aad 
Mtoa Afirtew, convener, antletpate a 
^rge ^ironage for tha aftair< Play 
will commence at t.SO, live hundred 
and other games, aa well aa hfidge. 
being Included in the entertainment, 
.V hamber of attractive prises are 
being arraaved for the • Winners. An 
especially pleasing decorative scheme 
to beias evolved for the ballroom 
and for the cafe, downStaira, where, 
a eai>per win be served. 

Mra. Bmest Whitehead, who h^ 
Jiaan vtoitiaf .Mna BatehrMpa- for 
the paat ootthle o< . waakft haa y*- 
turned tf} her home in Vancouyer, 
waa accompanied by her fon, 
JeCrey Whttehead« Wha to on the 
local ataff of the Caftadtoa liaftk «f 
xwmnMrce. 

Ma4ame Bate Avery, who h«s been 
visiting m the olty for a fe^ days, 
has returned to he* home isr Van- 
couver. 

Everythttiy hi new in readipess 
^' ^ha h|s^r and oabaret to be 
mlil neat 'T^ednesday at the Smpress 
Hotel by the "J" Unit Oiapter 
I.O.D.B: and the metnbers are eoo- 
fldent of the sueoeasof the event. 
For' the basaar. which will be opened 
at I o'clock In the afternoon by 
Lady Bamaj^ .mapy attractive 
feaiuraa have been arranged, ohe of 
the prettieat of which will be the 
h«l«ii'a lataflL in which ia1l the UtUe 
intimate aecAwories to the bride- 
eleet's t foa saafttt will he found. Faa- 
ajw^rtb'i^' aea allies, candy, home 
cooked products, flowers, art work 
and ;;>ooks. will be aoid at the other 
boathi fnd there wUt ftlw be »>hlte 
elephant for miscellaneous artMiis 
and a spinning Jenny — always a jk$- 
peadahle revenae-producer. r 
vatlbaa for tables at the ca 
daaee. which to to bf held In 
evenint under The direction of 
R H. JTool^. may be secured 
eammaaicatInK ^ith Phone 
4S11 R. 

Mr. and Mrs. J." Olasford, qf 
Moose Jaw. and their daughter, MIsb 
M. Olasford, have arrived in ''U|e 
dtp to spend the winter months. 
They are occupying the home of Mrs. 
' W. C. Bunt, Albany Road. 

Mtoa F. K. Sutton left yesterddy 
atteanooh for Peatiaton. 

Mrs. GeorRe Simpson, Mrs. VlMRjld 
and Mr. Oliver will comprtoe^ifie 
judging committee for the walttUac 
conipetltlon to be hald in conneo|lon 
with Hie da-aoe of the roundation Oh-- 
ganlaatloaa at their clubhouse ..|i||s 
evening. Attractive prises have hten 
aranged far the eqMtast and wtaHU 
giv«f to the pou|ile(2 most proneiit 
in tHa wftlta. 0«afif s orchestra iHll 
furnhlt the MMisio lito- the dance 'ptt- 
gramme, which will begin at alp?. 




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.y^r^lf? Buy More VICTORY BONDS 

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Nufses' Collars 

Price, 40C 



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^ NbthJWg: like ^ylrig one of tdesewarm, coiy garments w slip on these coW, frosty mornings. There ar^ styles 
suitable for women, misses and children, developed of hetvy flannel eiderdown, blinket ctoth, Imt cotton velour 
and paddecTsiUtu Soiii^ are finished with colored pipings; others are prettily embroidered. Come in and view'this 
dlsplftr today: .;^f 



Misses' Kimonos of heavy flannel 
eiderdovy^n, in pretty floiBl design^ 
on pink»> rose atud saxfs grounds. 

ri5l1af« cJttiPFa and~ p^^ truhmed~ 
flitin, lijiished with wool girdle, .^ 
SiBet.13 to 16 years. Price, ^.50^ 

Khnonos, in ;shades of ''^'^''" 



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^gDaintv. Kimpnos of fine flannel eider- 
^jjlJl^doin^ <to»y aii«;warm, in many 



Practical 



jshades 
navy and 






mauve, cardinal, fawn, ,„.j ...« «..,. . t^- ,. ,. 

. .. , , , . , . ': Children s Kimonos of^ fic^vy kimono 

grey bitnket cloUi. in ii*»t. designs,. ^^ .,, cloth, in shades pf (^iw, ^ink and 

fastened, at saxe, with aUK>ver conventional de* 

:.., signs, trimmed futtn and wool gir- 



' ' -. ' .. »vn -hr^is. y** .^r %. 

.Women's Kimonos of fine cottoQ 
velour ; made ki Empire style or 
with elastic waist; showii Jfi da^ty 

P Horai desigiis on ywylc, y ox, «»3Hfa 
mauve and grey, y iw d s. CoUarty 

cuffa and pockfts trimmtd wjth '>jg city collars, deep eu^ 4114 pockfts 
plain contrastlff shades. These trimmed w«th wide bands of satin 

are exceptional values at $3-50 *n<J fastened -wllh heavy, wool or 'iilk 

$4.50. v?^*^" ^^njlfp. These ar^ eiccepl|i9nal values 



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pleasing styres. ^hown in shades of 
manye, r^jie, saxe, dove^ navy and 
Willi ^MMrai iiMl •aii¥fimowu 
ar itf c oii t r agtiH K eotera. Keww 



trimrmed satin and fastened . at 
iwaist with belt and budcle or wool 



girdle. Prices, $5.75 and $6.50. tf^-VX; j $4^5 to $5.oa 






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Ages 8 to 14 years. Prices, 

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at $9.50, $10.75 and fta.so. . 

New Fadied Silk Kirooi>os;ih rok' 
s»xe and navy, handsomelv embrokU 
ered on collar, cuffs and ttonts ; siHc 
«n»e at- waist. Prices, $12.50 to 

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^4Mractiv$ New 

^-v|'5^-H,.- Scarf $^ 

' A ooic/isielcction of BriisUd Wool Scarfs 
io pUiQ coiorst some wHh fsacy fads. 
Pric*. pl.S6 to laJO. I r*^ -^n 

Fine KnitUd Scarfs, in scverlil Chides of 
k^akf, with colored striped aiwls. Mw, ; 

#175 and #3.75. *; ^.^j 

Soft Wool Sctrfs ta tiiree wM||s; MMirs 
navy, red and white, frlce^ :75c, 9Sc, 
f 1.15 and #1.65. 



St. Margaret J^rs^yi veil port wool 
caUhmere, in slipoter »tyle, with bat- 
ton shoulder. Colors navy, saKe, car-. 
I dinal and brown. For b^ys or giVls 
' 6 to 12 years. Theae arc- splendid 
vahies and cannot be- replaced^ Ptice, 
$»7S to $3.50. i^,X 

Giria* Wool Cap «nd Scarf 'Seti, in 
t-plain Vnit of brushed wool. Plain 

41^^' colors and stripe^ in rose, stxe, 

ir ■* fobin's-egg, apple green and yellow. 

' > The caps are fioriahed with pompom 
or b'uckte. Largj^ scarf with fringe 

«,. ,; ends. Price, $1.9$ to $3.98. 

Gh-ls' Wool Sweater Coats, in heavy 

knit; some h«ve large sailor collar, 

'^*-»' belt ind pockets; others small collar 

^ And strap ficrots back. Colors saxe, 

neU rose %nd paddy; sixes 2 to 12 

y«|irs. Price, $4;7S to $9.50t 



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Sample ''Teddy Bear" Suits for kiddies, 
including cap, sweater dot or flip- 
over sweater and wool overalls^ with 
or without feet Made of bntshad 
wool or plain kait, in saxe, cardinar, 

" white or brovtm i sizes 3 to 6 years. 
Price, $4.59 to .^ $8.49 

Kiddies* AH-Woo! Pull-over Sweaters, 
' ^Plain oc.>ibbe4 laiH, with shawl 
collar, laced front ahd long sleeves; 
colore rose with jirhite, fawn and' 
blue, turquoise and white, ^r plain 
blue; sires 1 to 6 yeirs. Pricl,'" 

Children's Pure Wool Sweater Coats, 
in white with pink or blue rosebud 
designs; button irolit i(tyle witll 
small collar; also plain heavy knit 
with belt; sizes 1^ 3 years. Price, 



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na nntll one o'clock. 1>h« 

daneaa bajUig held at the I'tqm- 

Clubhoaa* are becomina iS- 

P^Mifar and told. fair tit^'hm 

etire luitura of tha oi^tt- 

wiatar 



•.HIV!, mnm ivrinvr ■(»• 

latarlo ant is stasia* ^SJ 



t>aaalaa IfcConnan has 
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for the choral aSf. 
oert to KeheM In 0eattl« early jMKt 
month under the dtraaUon of i*ra- 
faeeor Clawde Madden. , 

Dr. H. B. Touna, of the Provlnalal ' 
Board •* i^MUth, M( laat alaht far 



Pretty MqMs in Children's Silk 
and Serge Dresse$ 

Painty Little Frocks for girlf 8 to tf years. Made of silk poplin, and taffeta; in shades 
of rose, saxe, Pekin btue^ nsseda and bisqua. Shown in many becoming stylet that 
the y6ung lady will be prottis to wear. Price, $13.50 to $29.50. 

Girls' Sergn Dresses in a h<|»t of pleasiiig styl^ and colors. Some are pla^n loose 
style with box pleated skirt, wide belt, fancy collar and eafs ; others loose panel 
effecu, finished With braiding. Sisf^ 6 to M y*9^*' PiiC«»-|t|.75 to^$i9.5a ^ 






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Corset WaUts "^^^ Penman's Cashmere 

Hosiery 



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Iff taa Sertha Winn left by the 
night bitat laat nifht for Van* 

rta tmmif' um omm 

eace l[|ileh aatnnienoee Ita 
tbara today. 



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terteai 

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Chltdrca's 0>ri«t Walsts-»0 & A Littia 
Beauty. Made of strong white >pttDfl,il^l( 
inforc«d under arm, buttoned' In '^feft^ , 
atrongiy taped; sises 2, 4 and I yftriC - 
Price, $oe. 

Aiiuson Knit WaUts for Childyatv->Tiiev sra • 
itrongiy laada, fastened back and front. 
SaltaUf for boys or girls ; lives 4 to 9 
years. Price, 75 c. 

P, <:.. pMifBt W<s<*t* f^r miuet, developed 
iiviH ilWlig wMie coutU, lightly bonedj 
"^ battoaed hi front «rtth bone buttons, laced 
in bacit; shoulder tkttpt. Price, #t.QO» 

Misses' Corset Waistsfa two tervfceable 
models. Ona bis ctasn front, clastic l|c- 
Ifig at side, living plenty of fraadaaii 
laced in bac%{ ligbtly boifad; 4 hose adp- 
poHst sizes 3S to 26. The other has But- 
ton front, with elastic lacing at tida of. , 
back, with shoulder straps: lightly botHtf: 

^ four bose supports; sixes 23 to 28. Price, 
gt.7S. 



Fins ScranionFUdt Cur- 
tain Net, YardySLSO^ 

Woven from the best yam im tbc p9P' 
nlar ftkt w«tvc. Shown in liaadsMsc 
bird doaigna in a rkh pf^ effect; 
ifeat co«#c«tional and tlM fUtin filet 
net ; shades of ivory and ecfii. Come 
and \ock ovar tlMM Ji^adaamc styles 
before rem da c id s oa panr 'jinr tnt* 
tains; full 47 -inches wtA. ^rice, 
yart, $1,^ 



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iNenmaii's CatbaMtre Hose, full fashioned; 
with deep «katlc togi. rsltforced in artar. 
iki^miiiAkuk Mify, jIms MVi (0 to. 
Per patr, ft. 21. 

YeniMH'^ Caahaicfa |i|ic. In cxccpflonaliy 
lpo4'4balltj$ douwAceto and tods; Mack 

An.W«ol Casbmtrc Hdlc of exceHent qnal- 
iiy; spliced heels add tadli alisllc tops; 
shades of baaver, $f»y, broKii, ^k and 
wbttai sbtes IVi to to. ht par, #f.tJ. 

Extra O. S. Casbmen Hoia. left .(sskkMMd* 
wtlh St9ce4 ^Is ^ toas; black only; 
i^zas 9 to 10. Per #lr, #l.tS. 



An A bundance of 

UnOsriMfstKiFram 

$1.79 p $5.50 

A splc«di4.cint^c^ion of UnderikirM fti 

valf$tts %ra<Ks of molrp, heatfierr 

iind.^Weil. in rota, chertyj 



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Paainaa's O. S. Caahaiarc Hoaa^ with double 
hecU and toes; blsck oaty; alias 9^ io 
10. Per pair. it.aS. 

4Un. Str6ii!ft mtCur- 
tain Net, Special, 6Sc 

4$-hKh Strong PUdt Curtain Net, in 
a yk wdid atltptitn ,oi tat ^pot% 
fig«res and trelfis des^s on a 
atfoog, well-«iaiti aqaare mcsli Met 
■et: full 45 Mkdi wida; sliadaa of 
froty i»d flftia. A ijijiadiif value at 
fMa low priar ipi^ly priacrf, yani, 



paddy, saxe, navy, 'sWy, bfV>wa» grey* 
mirplc, >Ui^k and many lk>rT|| ^ 
«»t'effects. You will have n^'^fh'- 
cutty 4a selectiag. aa< UadtinlriM lor 

your new I'all^utt or d^esf fi^ Diis 
large assorttnent Priiii range frbtu 
$1.79 to —.'- .-.-. ^.50 

^Pire^y ^ilk UnderskirU in a wonder/tfl 
range of shades. Prices, $425 to $7J0 



Fins PiiBi Net LaO- 
Bdgi emitting 

$7.S0 

Kovclty Curtains of fime filet net,, with 
wide hem and tace edge, k'^ykry 
diMoty. curtate lor dnwhsg^ tmd, 
dtptm.rooor or M9 oflm jmm 
where a fiat lacey appaar$|ice is 
neeeseaf^. Shown in a delkalto Ivory 
•lHi4a odQa^ Pan lif^ a«4 raady 
•aaafc 3»aria» ^ fi ln i .» i f, |y4» 
Other ffad«|, pair. U-So, U^I^SiS^ 
to $10.00. 



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Be Careful of 
l^onrflealth 

Warntnjf has been given 

Flu. . mm Vutibcfs whcHr. 
ever it is damp and cold. 
We Wve rubbers to fit all 



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Production and Clear Think- 
ing Will Solve Problems 



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Sole Agents for the Famous , 

SOUTH WELLINGrON 



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^^/.•A viirc cure for the '(Hscocdant tAta&tphtre of nodern exUtcncc to 
jto retire to a world of one's own cboosinc with 

A GOOD BOOK .^r^ ' ^; 

, Study the stars and ^he immensity ot space, sM laufh at fke 
pr«taiiiptlon ot man busy with bis little footrule. 



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■■ A plea for national t««mwork and 
obmradesblp under tntelllifent, cloar- 
thinklnK leadership.- durlnc the un- 
■ettled period that aeems to lie before 
Canudu durins the neix few montha, 
vroM voiced yeaterday before a Cana- 
iao Cluh luncheon by Dr. James W. 
ItObertapn; ..aMciaJ af ent of the I>c- 
pattment of Tiude ' and Commerce. 

The luncheon was held at the Bm* 
preea Hotel and wda attended by 
about 200 member*. 

Dr. Robertson, who has just re' 
turned from Burope. where he made 
a study of the economic conditions 
prevcalUng in the United Kincdom, 
snd especially .In Northern France, 
Belgium and Italy. . de<olare^ th«.t 
Canada's national wea>lth was »o great 



iatshare i 



ot .tb» biirdan, and 



the coaoJualda of peace siia has zwtQF 
fully m»tHed ker asreements unfler 



the genenil and s|)eclal treaties. We 
are now Clace to face with-^he after- 
math of war — reconstruction. What 
coloaaal waiste in men, la inoney and 
In reaovrees has beenentalted by tne 
'wertd-eonfllct, and what devastation 
has been wrought in these coantries 
over which the tide of war has flowed 
and ebbedi; ... 

jReeogaiaes OpporUnlty 

"We are gratUled to realiae that 
our own Canadian Oovemmettt reoog 
ntsea the opportunities and responst'< 
b.iHties involved in the period of re* 
eonstruetion. We are honored In liavi 
ing as our guest today one who haij 
served Canada In many oapacitiOB ana 
who has recently returned from au 
inveetigation of economic and trade 
conditions in Europe, an Investlga* 
tion inaugurated by the Gevemmeni 
of Canadk with a view to placing tne 
Canadian people in touch .with those 
conditions as they may affect and ar-> 
ford an opportunity tp Canadian pro- 
duction. '' 1 

"It Is becoming more and more ap- 
parent that the solution of the prob^ 
lems which new confront Canada and 
the happiness and prosperity of her 
people depend upon the stimulation 
of the production of thlB..magnifloent 
country tO the fullest p^ible ex- 
tent" ' ' . * 

Among those at the guest table, t>e- 
sides the chairman and Dr. RotMrt-^ 







Orteer 



that the cost of the war ttfould not 

be seriously felt If the wheeW of pro- J ai,n, we're ae^ierarBl^Ar^ur "cuirle; 
duction were not allowed to become j Dn Tolmie. Major-Oeneral R. O. Ki 



Resbifraot .Sfff ice .W3I fkm Yoa 

Fine quality fopd, ^t\\ cooked and daintily served-^-4hat 
is what we prpmise yoii a* ttiis r^stauranL .Prices are 
quite moderate. , "^ - • • ^^^ -' 



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PhoM 1629 641 Ytttas Sirtet KiBf EArmri Block 



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cIof^Red and the cltizena as « whole 
"played the •s^me." \ 

Dr. riob^tsbn was l^ven ae atten- 
tive 'hearing) and was loudly applaud- 
ed when he asserted: 

"There is too much of that ten- 
dency here In Canada to belittle 
polities. Tliat kind of thing lessens 
respect for government . and breeds 
distrust. That is ;«erious, because it 
leads finally to direct action, to an- 
nrchy or Autocracy. The aeOttflr we 
get away from that Insane notion of 
speaking flippsntly of politics, the 
safer our nation will be." 
' . Dr. Tplmlo Cheered 
The luncheon provided the oppor- 
tunity for Dr. 8. P. Tolmie, Minister 
of Agrlcultin«, to make his first puD- 
lie utterance following his confirma- 
tion In office by the electors of Vlo- 
tor|» tm^ Monday. Dr. Tolmie wa* 
given a flattering reception and ao- 
corded rousing cheers. 

Dr. Robertson brought his hearers 
to their feet cheering when he re- 
ferred to General 8ir Arthur Currte, 
who sat at his right, and to Dr. Tol- 
mie as Victoria's contribution to the 
"war- and peace-time leadership ol 
the 'Dominion. 

"Victoria has emerged with a new 
eminence from t^ie war," said Dr. 
Robertson, "for Victoria gave to 
Canada the commander-in-chief of 



LecMe, Dr. J. a. Rutherford, Colonel 
the Hon. E. O. Prior and Hon. B. DJ 
Barrow, Minister ' of Agriculture fa 
the Provincial Coblnet. 

Dr. Roberteon took hie hearers 
back to the Winter of 1»17-18. He 
said that conditions in Europe were 
then terribly grave. ^ 

Moat 8ee to Know 
"Only thoee who got a glimpse at 
the heart of things could appreciate 
how> near we came to defeat because 
of the hick of food," he said. "I 
don't know If England will ever r«- 
veal the whole story. I know of 
towns In France that had not had an 
ounce of In^ad for two weeks at a 
time. 

"It was about that time that Can- 
ada put forward her great effort to 
produce food for the Allies on a scale 
never before approached." said tne 
doctor. "Canada put 6,000,000 new 
acres Into cultivation for grain pro- 
duction, and the results helped tre- 
mendously. I was deputed to go to 
Europe and see just what effect this 
work at home had on .Che depleted 
stocks of the Allied countries. I was 
to interpretr to, Canada what the sit- 
uation in Europe as regards food 
really meant. I went to England, 
France and Italy, and I learnt there 
lots of things about Canada. I found 
that Canada had won a new name, a 
new place among the nations — a place 



Sweaters That 
Strike the Un- 
usual Note.«;w 

It may be the artistic combinatiop of 
colors employed, the* dainty knitted effects, 
the smart styles^ or the fine quality at such 
low prices that will compel jrour admiration 
wh^n you view this stock of Sweaters. - 

Araoni: the shades are paddy: green, rose, 
mauve, purple, maize, sea grfe.e.n^ . Copen- 
hagen and pink. 



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Coat Sweatura from f tS.SO 
PuD-over . Sweaters, ^n»h 

sleeves, irom f5.V0 

Sleeveleaa' Pull-^overa 

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Laidiet' Smart Ram- 
coats and Capes 

Plain and tweed cloths, also 
ClulAreii's lUineoata and 




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Shipment of Carle' Wkrter 
Coats, to to 1 6 years. 

Flannel Fmlslied Waist, neat 
striped patterns, $3.S0. 

Outfit. Yoor CluMren at 0« 
Store 



ft A f IQ A i^tf "^""^ JEWfitod J&A fkpmeiit of 
MnU On\jI!i Armour's Famous Summer^ 



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RESERVED I '^"''*' ^- ^^ director of the Ruthe- 

TkT n-ACC nr' tMirO^A- I "**" Educational. IneUtttte..gt. .Bonr . 
in LAjC. Ur DUL^yA tf^ee. tesuaed to the loyalty and 



'i' WltifSI^WO: Oct. St.— jQdement 
jpras Htseryed by Judge Paterson in 
Ine oa4e pf Bishop Budka, when the 
i^ial ^las'irbught to a «lose today, 
le dharges pressed, against the 
■ho^.rt«tere« failure : to' regMrtelt' 
an;; enemy alien and to .report 
ice 4 mtfnth. Two wltnesees were 
tiled ' today to prove the charaeter 
of thn .Austrian pjrcilate. Q. Sik 



her army— Sir Arthur Currie. But it that wa^won by the achievements ot 
will not be for the army to bring | Canada' 
forth the real fuits ot peace, tliat is 
a task for , others, and Victoria has 



patriotism of the' a^fendttit,- and 'B. 
Kraener stated t^^t, ^h^ Bishop had 
done considerable recrUftIng' /or the 
Ruthenian forestry vdetatchmynt. , . 



Omngv Ixtdge in Coounons* 

LONDON, Oct. 'Wr-Mlh-* • J&mtm 

Craig, Grand Master of the Englisn 

Orangemen, proposes estafiltshlng' kA 

Orange L.odge in th^ . Br,lt4sh Hovpe 

" of Commons. ' 



.Just provided another oommahder-tn 
chief .for that undertaking — Dr. Tot 
mle. . I don't know which Job can be 
fated AS the most difflcult, but I know 
that ■■ no leader could win unless he 
was supported by the oo-operatlon ot 
his followers and knew his Job." 

Dr. Robertson was introduced by 
Mr. John Cochrane, prbsldent of the 
CahadiAn ClUb. 

President's Addrea* v i>V 

After referring to the eeonomte 
and commercial upheaval brought 
About, {n^ all parts of the world by 
four years of war, Mr. Cochrane 
stated 'that the British tSmpire 
emerged from the #ar as the great 
■champion of human liberty. 

"She did not . hesitate to promptly 
accept the gage of battle upon a 
question of national honor," he de 



Glared. "Through the long years or 






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^^ ANT MOBTAUIY is something frightfiiL We can hardly realize that of all 
.the children born in civilised countries, twrwity-two per cent, or nearly one-quarter, 

^} die before they reach one year; tinrtynwYen per cent., or mere than one-third, before 

• th^ are five, and ond-half before they are fifteen I 

We dfMDOt hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save many of 

^ these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these infantile 

J deaths are occasioned by the use of narootio preparations, props, tinctures and sooth- 



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nuura cmmiattoir anfi leaor lo congesuons, sidmess, death. To avoid any possibilitv 
of giving yoor dUia opiates, or nareotics (^any kind, keep Eetcher's Castoria in tlie 
house, and Save the £abiesi^ ^f^ > . 




ChildreWC^TW 




Ufa Think It Over* 

There is iaeh a tttlag/as sajiiif too oiticli ea aaj Mib)set, ani 
tka«*traa««eaf«>» talker soeaer or later keeeass a Sore. Ae tratk 
Is always welcette«> an4 the #«th r«lterate4 sad eeaSrfted is more 
VMches year iaaermest soaL 



Ittcker^ Oaetoria is aU its adreitW^ has rlsiait §m it 

SeretiaiMd ^ the oiicroscope of peUie efiaioa aad aae«lbr efer «Urty 

^ MiBAi withsat a pser ia the heerts ef thsB0tfa1^ 

Ud once ased, sMther leva— then tei 
for aether lere— wiU acera ta try a "sahetitaia*» «a "' 



s soldiers, farmers, munition 
worjcers and Red Cross helpers. The 
name of Canada was exalted by the 
good works achieved by her people. 
Ezportaide Snrplns 
"A few weeks before the armistice 
was signed Sir Robert Borden asked 
me to go ag^ln to Europe," Dr. Rob- 
ertfion continued., "H« wanted me 
to be in France f;hlle the peace con- 
ference ^R(as. oiv 4nd to assist In the 
.disposal of the ekportable surplus of 
materials pro^i^ced In Canada under 
the impetus' of the war-time produc- 
tion 'ciinpaigns." 

pr. Robertson briefly explained his 
duties overseas, end -pointed out that 
he had beenj In ji4in%^on to his other 
reeponsiblllt|J^.-t>a,> deeently good com- 
mercial traveler, who left his market 
only after cleaning up^ a |S0,000,000 
sales sheet." 

"There Is one thing that Canada 
should know. We shall need money 
to pay our way, and we will get it by 
better farming." . said Dr. Robertson. 
"But if Canada is to achieve real suc- 
cess she must get the best markets, 
and to that end should have someone 
in Ehirope all the time to keep an eye 
on opportunities, to watch for new 
contracts and openings for sales, to 
esublish new Interests and dairaa. 
That la a real Job for someone, and 
1 suggest it not for the purpose of 
getting a government salary for some- 
body. I know that the Government 
wants men big enough for sueh posts 
and simply cannot find them. 
litmm War's Leesona 
"Out here you are not wheat grow- 
ers, and you do not export a very 
large quanUty of foodstuffs, but you 
are Canadians and should understand 
these things," he pursued, "in my 
Judgment Canada should learn from 
the war every lesson that will help her 
win out in peace; many lessons were 
brought out in dramatic clearness dur- 
ing the war. First of all, we have 
learned the need for thorough organ- 
isation. This means we shall have to 
adapt the means to tb^ end all the 
while and adopt a national policy of 
clear thinking nod skill in thinking, 
doing and acting. Above all else we 
must Incorporate the spiritual quali- 
ties. Tou must think that such things 
have no bearing on a practical subject 
of this kind, 'but they do. I saw in 
France the spirit that dominated our 
hien and exalted them. gave. them the 
will to wtn. With tha* kind of a spirit 
there le. nothing within human ca- 
pacity that we «annot do. We must 
have competent leaders and confl- 
denee In those leaders. We have got 
to have teamwork all the way through, 
and behind It all the driving force of 
will and a great ideal. Germany had 
many attributes that kept it In the 
fight, but Germany lacked the moral 
force that was on our side. The dis- 
cipline of the Germans was the kind 
that breaks down under stress, while 
we hare the comradeship that stands 
the strongest In times of peril. V a 
need the aaine thing in peace. The 
situation calls for heavy production 
and economy in the ase of material 
things and time unleae contributory 
to the country's weal. 



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world's price for her foodstuffs, and 
she should not ask for more. I am 
not going to talk about the cpst of 
living, however. That Is too abstruse 
a subject." 

Martlets Secure 
He pointed out that the govern- 
ments guaranteed the price to Cana- 
dian producers, and that under iuch 
conditions there should be no hesi- 
tancy on the part of Canada to set 
herself the task of feeding a large 
section of Europe. 

"The national wealth of Canada la 
large; and we won't feel the cost of 
the war If .we readjust ourselves to 
new conditions, accept the leadership 
of clear thinkers, adopt a policy of 
teamwork and play the game. Our 
only loss, after all. Is the human loss. 
That is the horror ef war — the rob- 
bery of the lives of promise, and that's 
the price we have paid. , . 

"There Is no use blinking 'at the 
fact that we shall, have to pay more 
taxes. We have got to take a 10 per 
cent mortgage on our estate, and any- 
one who doesn't fulfill his obligation 
in keeping the nation economically 
secure Is a despicable slacker." 

Dr. Roberteon described the peace 
conference as the greatest political 
event in the history of the world. "1 i 
think It did more for the security of 
h^manity than anything else that 
was ever undertaken. It was a gath- 
ering of polltlclana and' a . political 
event. And I want to say that ycu do 
Infinite injustice If you ever let your 
tongues speak flippantly of politics. 
It is the noblest art and profeeelon a 
man can follow. There Is too much 
of that tendency here in Canada to 
belittle politics. That kind of thing 
lessens respect for our -form of gor- 
emment and breeds distrust. That is 
serious, beeause It leads finally to di- 
rect action, to anarchy or autocracy. 
The sooner we get away from that 
Insane notion of speaking flippantly 
of politics the safer our nation wUl 
be." 

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Goiod Roads, Goiod Can 
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DRIVE YOUI^SELF-^Rent ona of our cars* 
with a self-starter, and drive it yourself. 



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Artist 

lastraetlMi OlVM ta Ttmrnufiml Oasigs 

Room 14, lOOS Gov't St 

victoria, B.C. 



The" Winter weather is 
lierfe: You'll be h;^vjng 
trouble *4th your w^tcn 
pipes. When you dpk 
just phone 828 and wt 
will come up and rem- 
«!y ttKtrouWe. 



£. ^. GEIGER 

Plumbing and Htati^ 
741 Pandora S*t^0Cf^ 
.. Phones 82S, 4596t 




finance ourselves and put the aoun-< 
try on a secure financial footing," he 
claimed. "Our only hope to finally 
wipe our debt off the slate Use ' In 
our success In putting the balance of 
tmde In our favor, and' to do that 



of compotltton for some time at least 
and In ;he ftieantlmo C^ada wotfhi 
have a chance to ArmW sntr««ni? 



Hi»if I., .v^ . V, *""''y entrench' 
imelf in the« trad* of the 

Kingdom. 



United 




dhics that art I^Jarleaa ta the 



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asNeim CASTORIA mwevs 

Bhsi tke itaiBiBi if 



"It Is less dramatic to be a genuine 
patriot In time* of peace, but It Is Just 
as necessary. Everyone must recog- 
nise tha* the more that Is produced 
the greater will be the Individual 
profit and tho benefit to the com- 
munity. There Is no other way to get 
stable prosperity or abiding economi- 
cal and social Justice. 

"Cnnada is in a good sute to go 
•bend wtth this scheme ef biggsr pro- 
eaetlon. There has been talk in our 
oHlee of hre adH nes. Tfeace |g no need 
fer that kind oT thkm. 'Taes* wUl ko 
work fer all on the ternu. beeause 
^leed wtU be a scare* rnimuilij for 
ySmrs. fcy mtmatatlng acrtmhttr^l 
pfodw et lon we wUl vet renrtts w K buwt 
ta* arte* «l hare ttamai The 
win b* small 
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Dr. Robertson held that the Leagu* 
of Nations afforded the Empire a 
new opportunity to make use of the 
team work which Is displayed durinc 
the war; It gave a new setting for 
national life and security against dlS" 
Integration and decay. 

"I sometimes tliink I am still domi- 
nated hy the cave man Instinct In 
me, but I know that It is not me, but 
only part of m*," said the speaker. 
"I love and sometimes hate the splr- 
Itual life, but I wonder If the stork 
dropped me In Africa or In China 
would I have that aptrlt life which 
I Inherited from my second mother — 
the civilisation to which I was born. 
Just as I owed a reverence to my 
dear old mother In Scotland, so also 
do I respect my second mother. Bach 
country In the League of Nations 
owes the same debt to Us second 
mother — the whole mt humanity." 

When Mr. Coehrane introdpoed Dr. 
Tohnfe. the Minister was greeted with 
hearty dieers. Mr. Cochrane i«ld 
that It wo«M have been nothing short 
of a calamity had the election re- 
sulted In depriving the coramiuilty of 
tho serrlces of Dr. Tolmie. 

Dr. Tolml*. after expresslns his 
thanks for the reception sccorded 
blm, spoke briefly on the Importanco 
of the miaalon undertaken hf Dr. 
Robertson and sUtod that oti« of the 
first matters be would take up on his 
retofe le Otteew w*e thi* appoint- 
ment ef a aiaii te 
in Kerope"* mafHot* for 



we have got to have prodnctlon on a , f ew^ of the tpeal issues 



big msflt. I<*urCh«rmore, we lutve mt 
to' keep our 'nkoney at home. Evory 
dollar spfcnt In tho United States thiiV 
could be retainc>V here goes towarda 
bdlldinr a' hdm* Ih a foreign coun- 
try." * 

Dr. Tolmie said that unprecedented 
opportunities were before Canada In 
oonneetlon with the exfiort mnrk^t 
for farm produce. Denmar|t wes out 



f^uJ^^i"'*. "**?•* ^y ■»«*«»« of » 



tl6n of the outer DoWis. he f*lt that 
thec^mens should e*t together and 
formulate som« •eh*m* that might^ 
be referred to tb* Domini^ Oovern- 

wll* ^w!''^5■'?'^'''•^^*W0luU...lUuJ 
ways, which had stated their wilUngT 
iicfcs to go ahpnrt with r.ny rensonable 
r.mpect that might be ly^ipfut ttfftim 
city's trade Interest*. ^^f^'^ 



tm Forever Slewing Bubble^; 

Ifedlcy W«Hk, hitroda);mr Tni W« Mdet A^ta" 

""^ r • ;•■ Tuxedo Dance Orcbeitra 

Reverse .*■■', 
P^eeek ftre«t-rox Trot ...: Lou Chfn* '^Priico' 

The Ifil From the NoTeoiber 
list of EdiMB Re-Creatioii^ 

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TfiE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. WEDNESDA Y. OCTOBER 29, 1»19 

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P^O ■■ jam tm/tpti JH""*^ 
Wa»-BUY VICTORY BCWDS* 



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• M IUm, S^ptmmmh alMirlc Bgkte J^ al«f««ri S fooA 
iniL mm ilaowSit riiML Om ttmJt^ i MMhMlcwK 
#MiA b «9iry «mL J^ o«t of tk« pilot «ko|^ On« of 

-i»tt mpm. rirtt, inctttdini mm l» V^«*^ 

Battel^ rMr «nd lad storag* Mtt«ry rccMtV •v''- 
teid«4^<c«r u Mw Aavlpptd cotii ^^^SSm 

Hw 4VUAi AQi* •••••••«•••• ••••*••(»•.•• •••'***^^ 

iiiirSr m4 HMt. nv« iipjilrHI ttmt i^wHi- 
|MT. A nM f*** MV w— I a III li II I mil i— ^ 

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O|V«ilt^«^0f^ Bay BoliL^ >\ ^1 
^ at naOmf* Wb all rigte.* 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 



QURCASH susmm 

H PiMsInc Many Hundreds 
Of CUislpSBiiyers 

Wl» Sw Tim Cm ^ From 1^^ 15 Pei^ 

iHHid 9i|iplies. iM^rllotTrr 



3 M^4ll»i l^25crfPf«H^ »«d»U for ^. 






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3 Iba. 



$1.77 






^ CdOK te ind see The Tjimifirftw demonstrating: Tea and Baking 

'MI^CMWilIM !«ta|Mpt, a food «o||Bt|tate foi 

ufaCf* t»riitf ]^itt in4e-moMh 
coillpiners. |>er Ik ^.^^.^§4 

I. X. L. Chkkm Taauk,jMer 



«r ■toandaareqwred. 

I I I H m ill I II M l > 



I. JLJm Taaaato Saaca, Spaimh 

style, per tm..» ~^^m^.. .1S# 

VIeaaa Samac*, par tin..._JMl4» 




tlM 



laa to te¥Mr or 
dajrllalu aavtiis 



•A" Bwa- 

ball wUl be field la tb* 
C|B% tomoft-ow evealiia. 
k tlia. weakly enUrUtement 
nlaht at the olubr « 



To VMt Mml Plant I At the Invtta^ 
ttoa «r PraaldMit C 1. V. Sprmtt. of 
tlM Harbor Ifarloa Company, the 
oaanoU oC the ^oard o< Trade will 
malta a vlelt to the ptffl «hlp plant 
tiaa in tlM aear tiatiure. 

•a Vaaaoatf attomey-Oen« 
oral J. W. da B. nurrla went over 
t* yaaeoaver laat aiaHt, He win be 
one of the epeaken at the- Child 
Welfare Oanventloa whloh ift belna 
hald at that elty thia week. 



very owner 
oi an aotomeblle In Victoria la re- 
queetad lo hava <m the .^windshield a 
tranafer of the Clean-up Broom. Get 
one from the 191» Victory JLoan Cam- 
palan office. ISXl Government Street. 

HuMuae SocdMy Ta^ I>my—^Tbm 
libeal Homaae Soelety will hold a tac 
day on Saturday, November let. By 
courtesy of Meeera. Grllllths, Volsht 
and Ryan the Soetety will occupy a 
•tore on Broad Street (oppoelte Spen- 
oar'f> .tgr the occaatpiv 

Iteaoe FMday Ifflght— A foncy dreae 
dance will be held under the auaploe* 
q« Um Qaaia Cttjr ttaptor, OAa; «n 
Alday evenlna at .K. ot P. Halt 
MoiMdi pan ha a^taiaed tfaat mam- 
Mre. Il^art of the proceeds will ga 
a^ ohfriDr« Hanoy dreap la optional 

AHa aa# Orafia Ohib— owing to thi 
|«t«afc aaeoala M tha e^flMtkoa of pld- 
Itlirea aad erafU namr betiar bald br 
fbe club In the Belmont Building, M 
baa been decided to*keep the ezhlbt- 
tlen open till 10 o'clock on Wednea* 
day anniaf, 

dkmU Tbdt Canada^— rhie regret 
9t the King and "Queen of Belglupi 
ia bataar fnaUa to tawiude Canadian 
ottiea In their present visit to tha 
oontlnent Is expresMd in a letter r^ 
Jiaivad yesterday by Mr. W. 8. Terxjc. 
liel^li^k oonsal In Victoria, from qoa* 
aal-Oeneiat IT. Oebert, at Ottawa. 



le Board 

•C Trade will urge upoi^ the Depart- 
OMat «f JClUtia that in aay reofvatt. 
bMitlOa sobelhe proposed for the Can- 
adian mlU{u VletoHa's claims as tha 
baadquarters of one of the permanent 
bnlts should be fiven full recegnl- 
tioa. 

OlMln Bebearse Tonlfbt — Tha 

Aolrs of the etty wUlsneet tonight 
at 8 o'clock In the Drtli HaU for a 
•laal rehearsal before tha opbalng of 
tba Chrpv aaittb eaakpalga ^Riaradaar 
night. Mosioal Director Brown, who 
ife in charge of the music, will ba on 
baad to direct the sinflsnbi -r ■. tiit^ ... 



VKKMUA AMD VANCOUna 



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af tha Board of Trade will commTmi* 
cats arith the. Foundation Company, 
eoiitraotonr for the ralhNray ezteasiea 
to Great Central and Sproat Laltes, 
'Mth a view to having orders for sup- 
pltsa dUed la Victoria instead of on 
tha Mainland, as at present. 

bCbM for A sas w J t on a warrant 
charging them with - aasnaltlng Joe 
Wong Fan. two Chinese, Joe Suey 
Wah and Joe Kal ^ip, were arrest- 
ed last night by Deteotfres >Phlpps 
and MolUane aad looked tip at pollee 
baad q a ar tera. They will be ar- 
ralgaad la the palloe court this oioni- 
lac 





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KRAFt WRAPHNG PAPER is 
now beial: mamiftctured in Brttldi 
Coluiiibiar Tlie Mitt it OoMn FikHs» 
B.C» is turmnf out t piper of excd- 
UsMt unifoim quality, with great 
tensile strength. In all points it is 
the eoiial ol anv Kraft Wrapping 
P^per m the World. 

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^^^^_^ SclMM>IStt|i|iUai, 

j^^QW^VMlMig TmmIIi 4KlM0lt 'SMraid BwmSi ite,, are inidd 
In oor ovn Factory, Patronise "B.C Mad^" Goods. 

f COLUMN PAPER CO«^LTD. r 



— On a 

duirge of threatening Miss Violet 
aiatmoas. an employee of the London 
Bakery. Robert X. Morgan, was be- 
fare Magistrate Jay la the poUoa 
court yesterday morning and was al- 
lowed to go on auapended sentence 
aad with a waralag to bo oarefai:of 
his aotioas la fntnra. 



Ooaaaalttee -Tha fol- 
lowing - ladlee were appointed mem- 
bers of the Resolutions Cotnmittea 
at the annual donterenee of the Van- 
oatt«ar island section of the Women's 
Xaattfbtaa of British Columbia now in 
seasioa at the Provlaelal Library. 
Parllameat BulMlngtt Mesdames 
Wbldden. Oourlay. Blrkeft. Watson. 
Berrloe, Laaria. Brown and Mb- 
Nangbtoa. 

tBrla* Comer dab— Arrangamaata 
for the Comer Club Tea this week 
ara la the bands of the Ladiae* Aid 
of tbo Rafenaod Xplseopal Church. A 
larve attendance la expeeted at the 
Ctubrooms, Odd Fellows' Hall, Dour- 
iaaStreet. on Thoraday at «:15 p.m. 
FoUowlag the Tea the Club will ad- 
journ to tha waloomo' meeting for 
Oybey Smith at the New Drill HalL 
Members ara asked to • bring their 
friends, aad a hearty welcome ia ex- 
teaded to all bualness girls. 



branch of the Victorian Order of 
Nurses ooToriag Cplwood. Metehosin 
and Langford districts is holding a 
Banowe'ea maaqneratte la. Oolwood 
Ball aa Friday. October Si, pro ce eds 
geiag to the Order to be used In oon- 
neetloB with tha ifark of the branch. 
Dancing will eommenaa at nine and 
will caotlaue until ona. muslo betag 
supplied by Swllor's orebestra. A 
prise will be given for the most orig- 
inal ooatume. Refreshments will ba 
eerved. 

Ofveoa Ra«0fal of TVsslrB Ad- 
d r ess ing tha eauaell of the Board of 
iVada yesterday moraiag. Mr. G eo rg e 
I. Warren urged that a protest be 
lodged against the proposed r emo v a l 
of tha Viotorla A Mdney Ratlwara 
traoka wlthla the city Iknits. It was 

aylalaod that the bondholders had 
d tbo rails as one of the eompaay^ 
aad that If the order ware to 
ba B pf iM Ud protraetad iMaatlon 
waaid probably be tha only reaatt. 
199 aaHoa waa taken. 



af waMr asaOahle for li 

la 




WW be 



ear of Mf ,••0 gal- 

lecis dstly*'a> qinatlty that would not 
aUbw of sodaoed imtas balag ohaipad 
wMboat smeadmont to the pipwat by- 

Beiaoes OOer '— The dovemmont 
win not aeaep t tba offer r aee att ii made 
fav M% l«adiv raiM ai "* " ^b >» of the 
Cowdiar - laiarasliL . oaMm af tbe 
fsiataa fioidatraaai rawj<h Tbo offer 
of l».Sa«.aa« was dlsiassia by the 
Oablnot aifc Manday. Ptamfar Oliver 
has wHttia to Mr. LuM^ Pototlng out 
that tha estate was offered to theoov- 
enuaaat lass thap two yaasa ago for 
•MO^OM. but refuaed on tha gronnd 
that the Land Settiemeat Board and 
Dfvaiapaaaat Aot did not contemplate 
purcbaaa of laxaa eatataa btt rather 
the asstataaee of tbo Individual aattler. 
The Premier a d v l ao d Mr. Lundy to 
Intervtaw the Faderal Laad Sattlamant 
Board. ' 



Jewelry (MO MMaiW Be fhr the 
police have failed to locate the 
Jewelry worth f t.tio stoleh on 
Wednesday night last 'froia the room- 
ing-bouse conducted by George Alex- 
ander, on Store Street, for the theft 
of wtiieh two Chinese are now held 
by the police. Quo Way, whom, evl- 
daaee given by one of the prisoners. 
Cbiag. Indicates, was implicated in 
the robbery is still at large. Tha po- 
Uoa baUava that the stolen jewelry 
has b^en removed from thi^ elty. The 
stoaaiU reared from their setting, 
would . be dUBcult to Identify even 
should they be secured. The charge 
against the two Chinese now held 
will be aontinuad In tba police court 
today. 

dvn dsw l ca VauBln^Ukm — A 
special civil service eaamtnatloa was 
held la the Post Office building yester* 
day under the direction of the fUv. 
Dr. J. Campbell, examiner. In the 
morning three students wrote on the 
aeoeasary papers to qualify for a posi- 
tion of Jinlor Baamlner to the Civil 
■errico Board. Ottawa. The subject 
comprised "Practical Questions." In 
the afternoon one student wrote on 
subjects for the posltlea of Male Aa- 
siptment Clerk In the Civil Service 
office, Xtttawa. The subjects were 
"Modern Office PracUoe." "HandUng 
Correspondence." "Supervision." Dr. 
Campbell reeelved a wire yesterday 
asking him If ha could arranga for a 
farther special eaamiaatlon Novom- 
ber • and T. The telegram did not 
state what the amunlaatloa la for. 

Havy LeagnO Needs onice r s ^ The 
Navy League of Canada. Victoria 
Branch, are still in need of ofHcers of 
the Royal Navy or of Royal Naval 
Volunteer Reserve for serviees as 
olBoexa of the Boys' Naval Brigade. 
The number of boys enrolled at the 
preeeat tints appro xim a t es ^90, ahd 
In acoordance with a new scheme 
now under way this. number can be 
doubled, providing the necessary olB- 
cers can be obtained who will volun- 
teer their services for this work. In 
a ns.val port it surely ought to be 
possible to And naval oftcers retired 
from active eervlee who are wUMng 
to devote, a portion of their time to 
this most patriotic wortc. Unlets' they 
do so ,it wS) be Impessble to farther 
eictand this n^ovement. Address all 
Qomxnnnioations to the commanding 
offlcer. Boys' Naval Brigade, tit Pem- 
berton Building. 

Kmployment A g O Bc leB W ith the 
arrival of the end of the present 
month the private employment agen: 
dm will go Out of business conse- 
qaent upon the provialon of the legis- 
lation passed at the last session pf 
the Provincial Legislature under 
which Government free employment 
sgeneies were brpught into operation 
and by virtue of which agencies have 
been eetabllshed at all the leading 
points In the Province. But the pri- 
vate Chinese employment acenoies 
preaeat a problem which is oatislng 
some worry. Theee cater wholly t<fr 
Chlnsse labor which will not uSe the 
publie agencies and which Is not 
particularly desired to do so, as that 
would mean competing with white 
labor. This matter Is now being con- 
sidered by Hon. Mr. Farris, who, as 
Minister, of Labor, la head of the 
Labor Department. 

TH€ llVEATHEft 



Iteteorolosleal 0«i«*. Victoria. B.C.. at • 
P.IB.. Octgbwr M. ItU. 

SYNOPSIS 

Th« beroni«t«r ramaliia hlsh on the Co««t, 
end fair wtathor m^r Mcome t«n«r«l. 

Hishfr tomporstarM Mr* tproedlMs omst- 
w«ra to tb« Pr»lrl« ProvlnoM. 

TBMPaRATtmB 

Mia. Max. 

Victoria. B.C. .............. 40 4t 

Vanoouvar ....« St it 

MamlooiM .. a .*..••..«..... .. .9 So 

arkorvlll* ......*•.*....... S* *t 

Princ* Ruport 43 4< 

Aula ...•>•■. .^. ....*.... ft ..f #0 #1 

pewaoa. T.T. It M 

Alta. «•.«*..•*.•.. S9 44 

iiatt i *.«.....••••. 8 S4 

Oro. ...........#«.. 43 .. 

FranelMO, Ctl. •••••••9 4* 

^ort Artbav ooeeoeoi^wa***** is %9 

PSBtlOtMl •a»aa**»a«.a«w*««*«« 94 4$ 

«l#lBOn • - •• * o*w*aoaeeo*«««*aa •« S* 

QfAM Forks •»«••••••••••••• Si . ST 

OrMlbrOOk •••waoeawwa ««»•••• ST S4 

KlUllO ee •e*^***^ •«■•••• o •■• •• S9 SS 

•nmaoAT 

LiOWoat 
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.varasa :.*..:.. 41 

lufliaes^ la ana ...•.••..•.......r... Si 

XalaTa* in. 

Ooaaral state of traetbap, eloedr. 



pon a^iJi 

■atttry CluurglBg Set 

40 Amp. B ii M a w ■liH rtl iai A lie to SM 
valta, witk SoaSlo ras«ia«er. aaatetot*. wlttr 
eharsias oabloa. mala awltoh bar . oto.. In 
■ead warfelas oMar. eseealty to eharsa ear 
alaa feattarloa ap ta t olaatrto oara. Priaa 
im. Caa ba aaaa ararklas at 

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Boy Them FroM Copals & Son 

A STOKE FULL OF COJOPS AT MOH CT .SA VING PRICES, hnd Bdow 

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FANCY ONTAJUO CBKU^^ 

Per lb. n I III 

CAS. CRBAIIBKY BUTTERs. 

Per lb. „... 



ALBBRTA BOOB— 
Per dosen ... 



JBLLO.-AI1 flavore, 
2 packets for .. 




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BBBAKFAST BACON*-By the piece CA^ 
or half pieccper lb. : Wl? 

3 lbs. for — ;■- ; --~ T***^ 

VBOBTABLB SOUP— Dominion brand, "t Ap 

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COPAS &-§QN 

Formerly Copu & Younf . . 

PlMHMa 04 «nd 08 Camar VSort atid Braad Slr^flp PlMMa04ai4S8 uoaea. wa. s-tms 



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The Housewife ol Today Requires Modern Uten- 
sils. "Pyrex" Meets Every Modern Requirement 



'"! *' This crystal clear baking ware had to come — 
^eater efficiency in the kil^hen made its a ppear* 
ance imperative. Now that it ts here, women 

^ have been quiclc to recognize its advantages, tt 
makes possible more appetizing oven dishes and 
it is so presentable that it can be brought to the 
table and saves a dish to buy and wash. -^---^ 

Casseroles, many sizes and styles, ^'^o^J^^ 

to .>•«•••••»»•••••• -ei •.•i0.m^iM0.i»>».m ^A»aW# 

Baking Dishes, $2.00 to , . • ^v^* ,t. •>... .. BX^ 
OvaJ Baking Dishes, 85c to ^^j^a^ .>:*..• o TO^ 

COCOtteS, 60c to ...•••i»..«a<e»a«*»a#a!e»**eW^', 

Uncovered Dishes, $1.75 to W:. . - • ... • • . ?1.20 
Pie Plates, $1 . 50 to . • — . . j**. • - -^f ^ .• • • • W^W 
Bread Pans, $2.50 and . . . ^^ • * v • » • • • . ^1^25 
Utility Dishes, $2.50 and . ^ ...... o . . $1^50 



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Handled Baking Dishes, $1.20 to iJf^ 

Qjiistard Cups, set of 6, $2.40 ip ^ . .*• * IJ-Jg 

Ramekins, set of 6, $1.75 an*d t.: ..^ JJ'S 

Bean Pots, $3.00 and „....-.«• •5*.:... a e.*** xJ'^ 
Gift Sets, plain ., , ■ p w a ^ ■ ■ ■ aa ■ m lota-^y yP»W 



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an inch high«i^ 

Thtie two loarerof braa4 
rjiMl4d M the «aiB^ amottat of 
doueh-one in a ndg rtj^gfe^ . 
other m a Pyrex MilV Jj PMJ-. 

Bske in Pyres. Ye«t? ¥M|i be \ 
aaused ta ne bow mntib'better'eMrr 
■aoa eoo a s B la ryna is* - 

ife ttsm sny Pyrsy'iihim. Tba 
aMaa Apai in atsMMd aa eewjr 
ptaes. We gttarsatee tMt'ovOa bMi 
will aat break it. Buy year fuatdfah 
today. It will Isat yav/a Ufitfaael 




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Drive a car yourself. We 
have a dumber of. Ford c«r%. 
whidi we rent out to rt^ 
aponstble parties. Our cars 
are * in first-cUss condition 
and art ready for the road 
Axy or niglit 



Uand Auto lifvary 

721 JoImmob St 

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— Stop when you see the sigp of "GJayV* 
for ..there you can purchase, the daintiest 
cakes itl town. It is THE plate fot after- 
noati tea. 



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POM-r FOROBT TO WTt A VieXOXT BOND 

HMStwr« Ceb FiA Value Here 

aad by aratchiof our add. maay btrgaina. 

"i ^ i c o , Good Tabasco 

Sauce, per hotiXt,.^JSI^ 

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^^p. ^ boiUe.-..a»# 
Kifity "WlidsHetft* 
sack^ par aack—- .4pf 

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IIm I rai l iii, larfe bmtk.* loaf Immk. Mck. 

j6Sc aid . ^i> 

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»M«a|. Mr. T. A. BantudL 

ReC«nridi« CMMer Oivt. H. W. It 
Moor« y«MM4~ 

tiM balto«& It aW)* tW iwrt vM» d^ 
foUowa; 

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regulation British navy ^'firfPirr§i}lir^le^ UiC^d^e material. 
Short^or loi^ pants ; fitting 2 t« |0 ycar^/^^i^noM 

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Board of Trade CommittBe 
Recommends Changes In 

..Statutes Pertaining to Lia- 
tHity for Damage to Freiglit 



GYPSY SMITH 

Evangelist 



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American OoTernmant has no Inwn 
tfon of ertdtMAins a nei«ii(^«p«r tn 
cmiiia for jM-dipasttnAa or «ny atlier 
Mif9««». Mate , , DeparftmaM ddMMa 
Mid today, afte r readinar a Honolulu 
Mapa t ch quottaf; a cablearam from 
VB)lio to the Japanese Dally HochI ac 
fftoaohHn. 



. High Prtoe far lf«» Tark !«■« . 

' •KBW YORK. Oct. U.^mrtkiag 
itestlmony to the vahie of land In Hbw 
York's nnandal dlstrlot waa offerad 
today In the sale of a plot. 4« by 4S 
feet, for 1460.000. The Und. wlUon 
araa thus sold for MSI a aq«a«<a feoc^ 
la situated. In the . Imnadlate Ttelnttyj 
of Wail aireet, and.«flt]p».0aaa^iad J 
b^ a bank buildlns. J 



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ACaJSO) OEHQAXING ^ 
I BOLSHEVIK RUSSIANS 

- BBRLIK. Oct. SS. — ^Dr. Moaehell. 
who. poalnv aa aa Aaaaileaa nvntt. 
Is alleged to have parpetratad , •*% 
hoax" on a (roup of aaU-Bolshi-Ttk 
Rossians.- who were Induced to aa- 
tabliah a government here to take 
possession of Russian territory l>a- 
tween the frontiers of Poland and 
«M ft di l a. has been arraated. Ha la 
charged, with traud. When token Into 
custody he posed as Baron de Ik. 
Roche and said he waa taurin* Ger- 
many. '' 



•ltS.M in P ilw D ent mfsa tha 
Fancy Dress Ball at Alexandra CtaV 
Friday, Novamlier Seventh. Tiekatll 
at Spencer's. Tovaery Shop. 8tralth'4 
Macejr'a SUtionary Shop. 



-Toar 

diUoaa abOBld ba altowad to 
and tbay tbaiaftava laoaMunaaa* 

-I. That Use Doaalalen Ooean- 
■aaart aiMHtid be petttlaaed to amnad 
Saetlon a of tiM Waiar carrlasa af 
Ooada Ac*. Itlt. by Inaatttag after 
-tha word *X:aaada'* la the thIHl Uaa 
thereof: tha wov<«s: lor from any 
poat outaida of Canada aa any Port 
ia Canada.** 

***> That the Dominion <3oven> 
m«nt be petitioned to amend tlie Can- 
ada Shipping Act. by the followi«« 
dauaa to Section Ml tliareof: 

"In oaae.of losa ar damaca ta or 
of «acB9. tba port wardaa may. and 
on raqnwtt by the proprietor, ahlp- 
par or consignee of tha oarao or any 
porUon thereof, ahall require tha 
ownara of any veaael to famish a 
■lH>nd of a boadlna eempany author- 
laed to do binlneas within r^if h« 
In a sufllelant san to aecura tha ^tW l 
trlator. shipper or ntiMlgii^u 
a tor wiU^h the owner of 
the vaaael ahaU be legally liabla. ated 
if the aaid tfWaara tail to fumlah 
/t^/a bond, tlm port wardm ahaU 
aattty the maatar net to laavo tha 
port until aoeh bond la fdmlshad 
or such claims are satMlad. (8ia 
wording* Section tta.)** 

WATER SUPPLY CUT 

Owln» to pavlns operations on the 
lalahd Hlehway fktnn Parsons Bridge 
to Cralvflower Brldce. the Bsqulmalt 
and Victoria West water aupply will 
be out olf from B p.m. to « a-m. to- 
morrow. Water users are aak«d to 
biy In an adequate supply far aU pnr- 
posba dnrlna the Interval noted. 



.1. Di Me 
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i: Mr. e Dl P 



la that city, 
•■d paints 



,-fl w r a a w Qypay 

of IdU dmk« far acaaaiipaiMMMl. 

FLETCHER BROSv 

iiai ooyisiasiin siaasr and est wnr amiEr 



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WHhV 



Anny Vatatteavy 
llBlita* artth. tha 
Mintatar. 

Tim 1L_ 
Otilnwn ta 



aota at MandUya oantaat 
Mm with tha Maa that 
of tha forcea whMi aai 
alt tha alaetlon can ba awiiiaaarallj 
aaeonspUshod and tiraa a atiiina ar- 
aantaatlon bronglit Into beinc raady 
ft»r :*«»^paxt Pedaral oantaat a^an Om 
Oovemment will go to tha canntrr. 
Ha oontamplataa laairtac tar Aftami 
today on a haatinc tHp avlth Malar 
R. e Burda. M.a. who aina ana ar 
hla platfbrm 
compa l s n . 



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OHTUART NOTICES 



Di Ym Imw Ifcr? 

The mystery of the iges 
•t.. Is in her eyes. 

in 

Sk ii CM« li Ai Taifeq^ 




arc IM> beHer than **fairly good" eggs. ^ ^i isst j 

We iMisMhat no work shall Iteve our hands iwta 
eveiythhkg h exactly right Thb appHes to every fait 
of o«r eyegtissserrkc, from the first step hi ourumisuiUy 
painstaking and thorough exandhatfon to the list Itttle 
final adju^ment of your mounting. 

: And (DOT prices are no higher — sometinies less— than 
you have amys paid. 






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steady employment for at least four months at $9 PER DAY 

FOR EIGHT HOURS to all bricklayers who wiU come to 
Seattle and work under v*, ■.:::^,. 

$9.00 fdir S-Hour Day 

.:* i^ Jhe Master Builders »fc conducting all their operations 
on the open shop plan, employing both union men and men 
wlio do not belong to uniohs. Bricklayers who wish to work 
at the prevailing scale of |9 for eight hours are invited to 

iMtt Arcade BniMivc, Mile 

Do Not Slop to Write. Tbo W«A b Rmd, for You. 

SmUb Mister BiiMert' 



HOUSTON— Tha death ooourred 
yesterday mornln* at the Jubilee 
Hoapltal. following a lone lll^eaa. of 
Mrs. Cordelia Jane Houston.' widow 
of the late WllUam H. Houstoa. of 
WInnipec. The deceased waa In her 
elchty-flrst year, havlnc been liorn 
In Bmeatown. Ontario, in llSf. she 
Uvad fn Tweed. OnL. for twenty, 
alalit yaarac l>efore morlpr to Wln- 
nipav. IV>ur yeara aro she came to 
tha Coast, spendlnr the past twb yaata 
la victoria with her dauchter. Mrs. 
a\ A. Armstrod'ir. of Sunrise Avenue. 
Her husband predeceased her nine 
yaara aco. Mrs. Houston leavea to 
mourn her death seven . children. J. 
W.' Houston, or Toronto; and Heana. 
F. O. and O. A. Houston, of Winni- 
peg: and four daughters: Mrs. T. O. 
Rich, of Watertown. N.Y.; Mrs. C. 
J. Pope and Mrs. W. L. MacDonald. 
of Vancouver, and Mrs. Armstron*. 
of this city. .The renu^lns will be 
shipped this afternoon by the B. C. 
Funeral Co. to Wtnnlpes. where In- 
terment will take place. 

qoOK — ^The funeral will take placa 
this afternoon at 2' o'clock from the 
B. C. Funeral Parlor of Frank Henry 
Cook, aced 3«, who died at his resi- 
dence on Brownlnc Htreet Sunday. 
The Rev. William Stevenson will of- 
flclata. • .^ .^ 

WILSON— MrsL «lsabeth Glen Wll- 
son. wife of Alex. Wilsoii. passed 
away Monday ni«ht at her home. 
ISlS McNair Street, at the aire of 5« 
years. She was born in Olasaa%, 
Seotfand. and has lived In Victoria 
for nine yaara. 11i« funeral will Uke 
place from the B. C. Funeral Partors 
Thnraday afternoon at S o'clock. 



■aa. 4Se7lt 

HARD PAN 

Aboat describes oar pricts «• cvttT* 

thing aicctric. 

col. C bi n ii n iii hna^ «kllt Ihay 

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lUdatfht San f Itieo 

WUtteU EtecMe Ot. 

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LIMITED 
-, "4 *> ^"•X>ptkal A«lkoilties of Ike Wetf 



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OOllOWOOD 



par coed. 12 ud M 
blocks. Order ttnoa or 
and gat radoctio n. 

Vhstoria Wood Co. 



XMAS 
GIFTS 



. ^l^U i 

onos or Emmi _ 

._ , warm and comfort- 
able, in extra high grade silk. 
All shades and siies. ^, : 

Pn*M JMketo sirf Voiti 

all colors and sizes. 




round and square^ in many 
pretty designs. 

So* Our DHpky ol CM^y 
- VoryUMBi 



VICTORIA 

BAGOAGE 
CO, 

HJLIIMI CP.MhnlF 



- *Ti« my delight^ 

to take tea at 

the Tea KetUe." 

The Tea Kettle 



LEILDYE& 

711 Viaw Sa. CI 
Ml OdN. Jk 



Ftraitir> • tpwiaily 

Moved, qnttd, Storii^ and 

Shipped. 

Let us do yoar work and 

save you worry. 




ftClJ'*"^^*'^ BOeFortSt 




B.C. FUNERAL CO. 



DOWNAWJ — The ftonerai of 
Winifred ( Delay) Downard took 
ptace yesUrday momhiv. Servtoeo 
were haM at tha Thomson Funeral 
Homo, at l«:»a. the Rev. H. a Os- 
berna oOlciatlnK. Thar* aras a larga 
attaadance and naany lieautlful Soral 
trtlNHaa. Tha hjrmns aonc ware 
"Rock of Agea" and "Laad. Kindly 
Uaht." MesarsL B. Par^aa. R. r 
Tbylor. U W. Hdrsravea. H. Kork. j. 
O. Ouafard and J. W. Bullouch acted 
tm pallbaarara. 



WaOlTei 



QUALmr GftOCfilS 

Mil 2Ut 



FPME RAL NO TICE 

Ail membera a< the Qaean of the 
Maad L«dae. Now saa. UO-BJi.. mn 
faqaertad to aaeet at the Ovaa«« HaU. 
Oo«rtn#y Street. Wednaaday. l:sa 
rtMtv. ffbr the f rp asi af attendtas 
tha fanaral af BMar Mhrvarat A. 
■fcdar aad btad m lodsca ara 
to attaod. Wattar Ml 



'Health Bran, p^r pkt 

KeDoffg's Comflakci, t 

pkts. for 25^ 

Cranberries, per lb. tii^ 

Suhana «Mdiia, 2 lbs. 

for 55^ 

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straight - grained Cord- 
wood^you can gftf it 
from 

pjiiirrtftisois 

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for yoar Wtaldr supni^jr e 
Wood, WItmm ^Kks 




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^^^ Gwinfeed loo.odo Miles 

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■THE DAjTLy COLONIST. VICTORIA^ B.C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1919 



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Ckilf Suits 



TIm Eca^Mli Ditrw«r4 Li 




m#de bj 



Mceii^ $&0.00 a Soft 




You Can 0^1^ on Gas 
^ for Hating 

That h one of the several reasons wh^ so 
many homes and places of business are solv- 
ing thei^^^^eating problems by installing one 
or more X ; , 



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Among other reasons-^'' V ^^ ' ^ * 
They Save Tiine, Work and BoAarf^; ;^ 
mm^^nm^^-Gimtm No Doit* Dnr| or Aa^k^ '"' 

They are convenient. A ii|;lited match 

starts the JfiS-cs. A ^ turn of the ta^piits it put. 

'We have a type of radiator-suitable for <^ery 

requirement. %| -^ ^ 




tlMt. I 

Mi teOMr, thmt X aamlrad kUb. bon- 
MfB an* waa provd of hfai. 

wWf d tbAt an* tmdMptood 

I all that, bat nad* «m vromto* «c4ia 

1 that X wauM staad for my righta 

a«ala«t OrtttaaCaa «h«a h» ioofht to 

tafc« thMB awa^ 

"X know that yov wiU aat taapoM 

oa hbn, that you would aot If h* 

aiSotont, Bom. Par I havo 

la yea. I folly roallso. taa." 

Mod. lanvhtav. "taat you oaa 

nat InypMi an MM.t 

"No. X oaa aot do tho Impooolhl*," 
X amllad. 

t did aot toU Xathor Hayoo that 
CMttaadoa had put hto aaada upon 
ma la y l o l o a eo. Tho owlimli^ raoo 
la-^hloh X had boatoa httn aad what 
fallowod X loM back ao 1 did tho aa- 
hapmr dloeuHloa of xaiUaa RuomU'o 
agb aad Its violent aftormatb. X did 
'^not' waat hor to cot a bad intprooolon 
of hor.ooa from qid. aar did X wftib 
to play tho' unwlloly rolo of botiayhMT 



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I por oord tor ott aad CMnllaa 



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"I doa aoo it nil, dauvbtor," oho 
aamr^d rao aa X told of- Crlttond*a*« 
unronoonablo oatburota aad hlo ro- 
BMirao aftorward. 

"Ho apolbdteoa by dolac thfaica for 
you jaot Ilko Golonol Hayeo always 
did. Bo la hla fathor oror Again suro 
onoufb." 

Thob abo looked at the aulekly. 
f f *nratt aoTor haro hoard Crtttoadon 
'apal^JtlM wilth worda. baTO yon?" 

X abook niy hoad. ^ 

"Xt4a not Ukoly that yon oirar wlU.*' 
aho aald. 

Tbaia walled In Motbor HayaoV 
eyoa when I told bar ol roploelns the 
ploturo Crlttondon bad doatroyod. 
With bar haada holdtad my faoo uad 
bor oyaa laokln* ataadUy Into aUaa, 
aha aaldt "Aad after that, my aweet 
dauchter, I know you will be «eod' 
to Crittenden, that you will not de- 
liberately antagonise blm. that you 
wttlmake erery reaaoaabte etrort to 
have peace in your Aome. But." and 
I bar eyes flashed s« her militant spirit 
ahawed. "don't forfot that a wife haa 
^Vhta and that you have promlaed 
mo to prateet youra agalaat Crltten- 
den'a natural tendency to OTor>rlde 
them." 

Wo were allant again. Mother 
leaned back In her chair and 



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iinfcMMf na loac a* 

d^:vrttb.'* • -- 

~ kaow ti^t Mathar lUyea. 
you «4". I, Minted. 
reflkctlToly. "t|w 



Jaalaa wall aa 
TTee,*' ahe i 



thafer 



£ j>ut her hand lovingly upon my knee. 

-^v "There la one thing. Beaa.'* aha told 

■ mo. aoftly. ^that. need never worry 



aoftly. ^that . need ' never worry 
I know that yon will never, 
mover have oauae for a momenfa 



R had gtawn late. Ihadowa hif 
boftn IMW ago to orodp ttita ^the hie 
eofnerti a( tho roon>. Tha hdauUllll 
old-<aa>W>aed walnut fpur-poatur 
soApad gM leaquely to reaah 
to the high oeuing. lip paUihgd 
mdhdug hito the wateifitv 
of ttia SMBli UHniBa that had co*a 
i^dlft «• talked. 

X hbd bogua to think that mr dia- 
tlngttlahad Ipaktag ftitl)or<4p<Uw 
let CHttoadaa katta tbb rein* and 
that, aa caipaal Hiqrea bad aoofliavlr 
prodletod. hla aoa had let the young 
haraaa-yaaawagrt Jlat aaw I heard 
the thttA>thtad «l llytaig iMt an the 
drtva. They had retamad. ^ 

Crittenden called hla mother'a 
name and mine tho moment be en- 
tered the bouae. We anawerad and 
he «ama bauadlng up tha «talrwar>' 

*'Wbat are you. two girhi doing T" 
bo^ cried. dhKy. kkabig ua both. 
"PlatUng agalaat the whlteaT" be 
bantered. 

Hla mothpr gava hhn a fi^nd amtle. 
a amtle full of tender mother love, a 
emtio that I kne# meatit a mother's 
yearning for the little boy that would 
never bo again. Aut I knew some- 
thlbg that' Crittenden did not know 
whi^-har aaawer eame. X 'had tha 
advantage of knowing exactly what 
she meant when ahe repMad to hla 
baafearv 

"Yea. Crittenden, that la Juat what 
we have been doing." abo said, a faint 
sttggeatlon of amobemeat in her voice; 
"plotung agalnat the ^hltea bat for 
UMir own good." 

"Oh, r knew yau two were up to 
oomethlng." he Inalatad. "Tbors'a 
alarays a plot a-brewlag when two 
women get together." 

Then Orlttaaden turned to ma ez> 
ewa d i y:- • ■ '-. ' — ■■ • * ■ — r--~^ 

^Beaa. Beia** kb- aald. painting 
downward, "what do you know about 
it! Dad let me drive the horses all 
the way back from town!" 

""And you did not let them run 
awajrr*, r MUd. afteetlng snrprlae. 

"Certainly nat," ht replied. "I can 
handle them aa well aa he can tout 
h«*d never admit It" 

'nrou child I" aald hU mathea aa 
wo laughed at him. 

TOMORROW— CRITTBNDBN GOBS 
HOME ALOSIS. 




WEDDINGS 



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TIm Y4LCA. Plii^cil Pto- 

MM ' provide iamttoMS 

io<U of activity for proitno- 

m of HeftKh M<d RfiA-eatl^n. 

-Modlflad and AdVapced 



Cordwood 

18.50 Per Cord} 

^Ma« 

ViCTORU WOOD CO. 




' Kdos.Btekey 

At Breadalbane on Monday even- 
ing a pretty wedding took place #hen 
Rev. Dr. Campbell celebrated. In the 
presence of Intimate frienda, the 
marriage of Joseph Bawera ICnox and 
Mlaa Wlblfred Brelyn BbUiey. both 
of Vl^orla. The brtdo waa attended 
hr Mrs. Ernest Koel. and the brldO" 
gtoom wae accomapnled-'.by Mr. 
ArehlbaM KooL After a trip tp the 
06und oftlea Mr. and Mrs. Knox will 
make tkeir home In thia city. '^ . 

MoDooald-Ptentl^a 

Captain Che Rev. D. Campbell, at 
1185 Fort Street, his own residence, 
yesterday celebrated' the ma|Tli^-of 
Mr. James ' M. McDonald and ' BUsa 
Hiurie Jtad^laa J>rai»U^. both of 
8ii|il^tle. They' 'were unaccompanied, 
and will spend some daya In Victoria, 
after which they wlU maka their liome 
Ih Beatd*. where they have A Urge 
eirole of frienda. 



SUHIAS PYWitIC SCHCIJg 

IMa wm Be Submitted to Osnwm, 

BefcN« Gofvenuaeat CaUa foe 

BMs for Big Prelect 

, Ia;Ilae with the leglalatlon govern- 
ing dyking works, the property own- 
ers who will be aCreoted by the Sumaa 
Toclamatlon acheme will ahortly be 
called together, and plans, estlinates, 
eto.. will be aubmltted to them. Thif 
alep muat be taken before bide fbi^ 
the work cap b« called for. Xt waa 
booauim .of , a -number of legal re- 
quirements that the bida for the 
eoheme whU^hla ospe^ted to Involve 
tha aapeadM ve'^oMrell dver g mlUldp 
aad to reclaim some 12,000 acres of 
land In the now low-lying section In 
tha vfetntty of ChllUwaek, wtht- net 
previously called for. 

Largo Armr which can undertake 
auch work are interesttng^themselvea 



CATARRHAL DEAI^NESS 
MAY BE OVERCOME 



If you have 
or are evsa 
bearii 



^ , ^ i««t a IftHe hard ©f 

heartng or bav* hsad noises go 

2ni!?t a'»efT^->- * 

.. Ikle wUl often bH 



to 
of 

ait4 

•*«»••».* Plnrof h4n"w^«r aad 

sugar. Tate 

times a day. 

liie^ci^r-^^^?-'"*"^ 

jWTttfll; ahd*y pleasSr7o 
scrtpClen a tlUL 



In the aoheme prepaiatory to ai^b- 
mlttlttg bIda Which will. It to expected, 
be called for ahortly. Yeaterday 
morning Mr. SmialloB. of Winnipeg, 
conaulting Engineer bf the Nbrthem 
Cbbatruetlbn Campany. called at the 
liOgtolatlve Building* and sought la- 
formation edhcemlng t|ie plana, ete.' 



ANIiPjUHCEKNTS 



f. 



' Camoaua Chapter, LO J>.B., a««alng 
card party at Aieaandra Club Tuea- 
day, Navbmber 4. ^ . .- ^ ..... '-..^.. .. , 

~^ '!' ' V . ' " ' I-' ' '' ■ ,'1 

Xeiaad Arts and CnifU Chib teath 
aaaual aahlMtloa, B^aMut BulMtag. 
Oetaber Mrd to Oetobeir S»tli. Opoa 
i^«adp.a,daiiy. .,-. i^^,-. 

Tha I#dlea' Oalld of 8t John's 
Churtth will hold a sale of work on 
Saturday, . November >», not October 
21. aa atatod in Sunday's Colontot 

"^^f ■' 3^^'''' H^ ' «aaal9%-^9faa. 
quenOie Ball. Wadnboday, dotober t». 
Good prlaea; good floor, Mtoa Tb^4n'a 
Oroheataa. Oanta, He; U dlea. Sib. 

The uaual Thursday night dance 
at the Sallars' Chib will take the 
form of a maMverade. Oaad prlsea 
and- refreahmeata. , _ ^.^^.v _ 

Vocal lesanna gfven \>y Mr. j. h.: 
Hlntoil. of Vancouver. Apply Mr. 
Thomaa Kelwey, ffeW Bagtaad Hotel. 
ICdndaya and Taeadaya 

Brltto^ larael Aaaoolatlan will hbid 
a meeting at 12<I Rlchardaon Streec 
this (Wednesday) evening, Ootbber 
2»th. at t o' etock. 

Otmmm nekHag Viadgar la tha 
reault of maay yaanT praottaal axfort- 
enae. Ouaraataed to preaorvo np 
vogatablp ar fhilt. )Doat oaa IMia 
VlMfbir for pkskltag. ^^ 



jOaerVe n. Z)av% tha hep aipart. bi 
niMr opoa to oagagament Bava your 
beoa atfbadbd to by a prnfbwiuiitl. 
advle* gtvea. extraotiag done. W. J. 

itif. 

"Waltsing C^oiiipetltton.'^ia bo held 
ai. the Feupdatlon Club House. Wed- 
aeoday, Oet. Stth. JQdgee: Mr. R. 
Vlpand, Mr. L. Oliver and Ijirs. Slmp- 
abn. Three pgbMa. Osard'e Orch^etra. 
Admiaalan !•«. 



tm Party 

How wm Toil Amino 
Y«w GoMte? 




Tt»e a trip to 
Macdy's, tlie liead- 
flMartm for. Indoor 
Gaines and Party 
Prizes. Haflowe'en 
decorations sliouU 
fiepoftliaM today 
,«or oiB *|f stocic te 
beJuf: fast depleted. 



l«trd Batuiion Timber #dfv«i Chib 
Re-union Dinner wIU be held In the 
Dominion Hotel an t^edbeaday. Oct. 
SSth, at T:1S p.m. Hcketa oa bale at 
Meaara. Wllkeraen'a. Whttney'a, Mbr- 
rta* and Service Chiba 

Meoredy School of I>anelng. Cdm> 
radea' Club, comer DouglaS' and 
Broughton. Opening olaaa for now 
i»lt daaeee. one-atap, fox traC, hebi- 
tatlon wafts, Thursday. S p.n. one 
hour'a Inatruc tian, twa bo ars' daadag. 

m. John Ambulanee dbaaee for 
Womoa — Tho drat lectnre la first 
Aid will bo delivered by I>r. X>rtoe at 
7:1b p.m., October SS, ia the Cam- 
radea Club Hall. Caarteoay traeL 
Xntendlng mombora please aotlfy Mrs. 
WalbMo Odme, phaaa S«tX<. 

Mn. Mttlbi, af •<Tka Mono af 
Truth," Laa Aagalaa. wUI speak to- 
algkt, W a dn aa ta y, at ••• Campbon 
Banding, at S a*oleok. Mra. MUUria 
aa Moaaoat aad oaavlaelag 
Bvwryone la taavttad to h 
MUlta. 



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M(DN PiCniitES AT 
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Educational Films Purchased 
by B-oard of HealtH for Pur- 
pose Shown at Evening Ses- 
sion of Conference ., : ' 



Motion pictures of an educational 
character were furnished for the en- 
tertainment and instruction of the 
Vancouver Island membera of the 
Women'a Inatltutes af Brtttoh Col- 
umbia at their evening seaalon, laat 
evening. These plcturee, procured by 
Dr. H. E. Young, of the ProvlncUl 
Board of Health, to be ahown to the 
Women'a Institutes, Illustrated tWo 
important lessons whlc^ the health 
authorities of today are trying to im- 
press on the women of ail countries: 
the necessity for infant welfare edu- 
cation, and the fact that mother's 
milk Is best for the baby. Both pic- 
tures were secured from the Natloiul 
Motion Plcturee Company, and were 
esoellint. 

Lantern slides very graphically Il- 
lustrated also the story of the "Care 
of a Child's Teeth," as told by Dr. 
Tanner. Teeth as they should be ana 
teeth as they might be and very often 
are, were represented aa very dlffer- 
ent groups. The importance of the 
temporary teeth and their condition, 
to the second'-and permanent — teeth 
and their condition, was emphasised. 
>reglect of a single temporary molar 
might derange and malform the whole 
mouth, injure the powers of mastlca- 
:tlon and the child's health through 
being responsible for bad placing ot 
the other teeth and conse<iuent decay- 
ing of the walls, cavities, pooketa 
.holding fermenting food, and general 
^uncleanness. 

! "Don't leave the cleaning of teeth 
:to the child of six or seven, or even 
the child of ten," urged Dr. Tanner. 
^Some Instructions on brushing of the 
,teeth and cleansing of. the mouta 
were given. Moot disease germs, it 
was claimed,, entered the body 
through the mouth. This waa the 
beat of reiaona for' urifhg clebbllneite 
of the teaqi and the remafal af aden- 
btda or atQrthIng that would t^d to 
cauae breathing through the mouth 
«r mklfonnatlon. 

The early part of the evehlng was 
taken up with a talk by Mrs. Chains 
era. of Thrums. B.C.. who spoke an- 
thuataatioally about mixed farming as 



A food wojr jacliBriMUrt lidfc ift by buying 

•'iV III Hii II ' I i 

New Dolman Coats 
Pricjed Low 



Yon wtU no dont>t require a new wrap to wear at the ball 
portly 'to be ghtiA in iMmor of Admiral JelHcoe, and* we par- 
ticularly with to dfiw<^o«r nHeattton to a Aw lot of Dolmans 
which we secured at exceptionally low prices, as they were 
samples, and which luv« arfiTed in time for this specuU occa- 
sion. . 

They are beautifully made and devd^ed in such popular 
materials as Sitici UNMtfir Veloiir, Crrstal doth, Pom-pore and 
Broadcloth, in many desirable shades. All are trimmed with 
fur^uid ftill Kned. 

The prices, which are based on Mallek's profit-sharing 
plan, are ridiculously low. Come and see ior yourself. 



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The EntoyniMit 
of ail Eveiibig 



V«y Oftaa Omm^s Upon 

dM WasnOlM^FMl Am ^^ 

Comfortable; stxji|h Footwnf not only ad^ to the enjoy- 
ment, but is nc^^y in order to, be smartly dre»ed. 
Wom«if»fiiij|^lft.00 to $s.ociriWa l>M rmm, fl.00. 

■H^skSiiHBHMMaMMi^rieie 



ahe had expertenoed It In Imt part ot 
'the cduiitry.) 

"We feel that the harder we work. 
the more we make our ranches aelt- 
aappartlag, the nmrn wa ara doing ta. 
help women." ahe atated. advocatmg 
the producing of the very best ap- 
ples. eoWs, poultry; sheep, and what- 
ever else the farm waa made to yield. 

The procaedlnga were enlivened; 
with recltatlona by.- Mra* MeOregor 
and Ifra. Fadden, v; ■■',■ - 



I MARYLMID CATS 

.^Hfc s K>P.bj>tio« Jglij!s#»'> 
QUAIJTY AMP QUICK HRVICI 

Cosiest sad cleanest ho«s« la Iowil 
^^ rtJOiams ssmivf. > 
laaS Gaearaamat Si. 




COMING AMD GOING 




ThcvGift of a Photograph 
means more than any other 
kind of gift. 

Have your "sittiiig^'with 
us now.' . 

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Bkanray, |hiiftha;aiitafp Akifka; PhyK 

Us, vSn Fraa claoo. { 

SJVBRETT, Oct. SS.— Arrived: Btr/ 

Plrwood.'SoQtllweeUi'tt Alaaka. I 

Bchdaner Malry B. rcsler. itaaaHihl. 

TSaCOMA. Oct. 28.— Arrived: Btr. 
Hln^Uya Maru, New York;. 4|Mka. 
Anoiorage. Balled: Btr. Baidla AUeia, 
Val^iaralao. 

PORTLAND. Oct. St.— Arrived: 
Barfe 91, Ban Franclaco; French atr. 
Mont OenU. Victoria. B.C. 



CREiP FIEL 

WHl Deliver within Qty Limita 
Millwood, per cord^. MSMJii 

Two ot'vmtt: cofds fn 6ttc 
order for dcUireiy at sanie place 
of mill wood at $3-75 par. cord. 

prompt 6atmf M «Bdlic«tt 
plica. Na 5000. 

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IS to this store that you should turn if you 
seek something new' and umtsually dainty 
in a Vanity Case or Dorecn. Our new Christ- 
mas stock of thMe items is now assenibled. and 
we would advise an early selection luring made. 
Silver-plated, sterling silver and gold-filled, in n 
wide choice of plain, engrav«4 engine-turned or 
enamel finis^est i*riccs from 

$L75 to $25 



Do your bil.for the boy* who have done thiM 
BUY VICTORY BONDS 

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BY OTT COUNCIL 



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Oct. St.— Mr. r. c. 



Mrkavflto TuiV* woh th« Prince o( • Morsan. of ovcrMu Mnrto*. ' appltoii 

Wmlaa ■*!&> ^vlth cr*mt in th« VletArv frkw •.>i>._*^*^_^_« ^.> 4k^ «<m^_' ■<_,.■ 



W; H. Wilkerson,MV-^<?w^/^r 

i/19 GovermnMK Stnel "At' the Si{< 'c^ Of Big aocd" 




Daiiity Blouses 



Afoiitf ^o Konr Own 
Order If Desir€<tp 





xmMsoN An&wsat 



Mi wai^Ht. »!■*■ aM an- 

— ^ Ml lUpalri^ Ineluduw coun- 

. M?fK PJywpUy att«nd«4 to. C«m«nt 
.^J^.WHK WaHl Star* MMl Omc» Fit- 
tinea, mnm ua up and «r« wfll b« plaaaad 
to call and riva you an' aatlmata. ^ : 



WhtsinYou 
FliToriiig Extr^Ss 
Sajr/Jameson^i'^ 

^ay ««. your cooking— and 
that spells purity and econ- 
o»n>\ It is made iii Victoria 
ana it is sold to you under 
tJle^eniium plan--'save the 
labi^iiitad cash them with us 
fof^ valuable prize. Send 
f%%VT new premium prize 

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Walaa Flac with. cr«at In the Victory 
Loan driva. ' tha former having aub- 
acrtb#d. from tha employaaa of tha 
Orai^jr Mine |iC,«*0. iU qoota havlnv 
baiil JMiacaid at Ill.OftO. vbUa Parka. 
vill^'a aubMoripCibn Hat toUlled |11.- 
000. whiob te IMOO in asoaaa of ita 
allotmant. Th«M jtwo have given 
Naiialmo dlkrlA a *aplendld atatt (or 
iU haU mUUoB. . 

ItUBS OF HWNS^^ 

NANAIXO, Oct. IS.— Up to Bautr- 
day only t«enty-aev«h had reglaUrad 
at the City Ha)l as votara at the mit« 
niclpa,! alacftioh. 

Tha. Bnimpton Bloelf haa baan sold 
to a purcliaaar i»1ioaa name hi not 
mentioned, and tha tenahta have been 
notified by Mr. ,A. H. Galbraith. tha 
manager of the Merchants Bank, that 
their term of occupancy will expire 
Oecambar SI. 

Naval Laague Tag Day on Batw' 
day raaliacd I20S.87. to which will b« 
added the proceeds of the evening'a 
danca at Oddfellows Hall. 

The old time trotting race between 
Crosscut, owned by Jack McQulre. 
and Frank' Wilaon, owned by T. Ray. 
nolds, which took place on the public 
highway Saturday afternoon beforo a 
couple of hundred enthusiasts, waa 
>von by the Croaacut. the youngar 
horsa. in two heats out of three. 

To date ninetaan lota have been 
sold by the kity clerk in the tax aale 
at the , city > hall. 

Mr. ■ Harrla gave a lecture at tha 
Theoaophlcal Society Monday night on 
"The Motion Picture and Human Evo- 
lution. " — , , ■ , . . , . , 

Three prominent citlaans of Court- 
enay w.ere lined $60 a-plece in the 
Provincial Police Court today for pit- 
lamping deer. 

The City Coancil, sitting ' aa a 
Cemetery Committee! decided laat 
night to call for tandars for clearing 
a site in the icUy for the uA of re- 
turned soldiers. 

Mr. J. C. Mcintosh, M.P.P.. will re- 
ceive a letter from, the Five Acres 
residents rsking him to address ' a 
meeting on postal delivery in this 
district. 



i^or ratnstatemaat on tha City MaU 
SUIT. 

The Basketball lioagtie JMira 
granted uae of the AthleUc Building 
arena. 

Victory bonds will ^ aeoaptad by 
the city In paymam for taaaa. 

Tha olty at the request ot the Ho»< 
plUl Woman's Auxiliary. wUI hoia a 
praaantaUon evening for the 'flu api- 
damlo volunteer nuraea. 

The Mayor pointed out that the 
arrears in water rate payments hac 
daoraaaed from 11.800 on AP^ >• 
ISIT. to ll.SS7.S0 on October I. 1S1». 
although the number of consumers 
hal considerably increiaed. 

Aid. Burnlp will introduce an 
amendftient to the Early Cloalng by- 
law. 

The ten^der of John O'Pall. at II a 
tree, for cutting sixty tr«aa near No. I 
dam wag »«y ai;^ad. y^'/-. 

MAifTAmiCANTS 

FOR CIVIC POSITION 

NANAIMO. Oct. SS.— Twenty-one 
appueationa f<>r the aocoiyntantki' poai- 
I tion in tha City Hall werf read at 
iMt niglit'a meeting of the Council, 
tha salarlas aaked ranging from S«o 
to S175 per nxonth. The applicants 
ware: J. R. Parker. J. R. Crolly. CL r. 
Bollngbroke. C. J. Garrett, A, T. Hen- 
derson. t>. R, McFartane. B. R., Wil- 
aon, H. c. Shaw, Geo. Wilton, G. W. 
Itttchie. W. J. B. Scott. G. O. F. 
?*«■•«• ^' Henderaon. V. B. Carter. 
J. W. H. King, W. H. Denman, T. a. 

"*jr'' ^•**' ^' *^''«™'*. W- T. Clarke. 
D. O. Hende rson, and B , 8. Walton. 

FRWO^ED EXTENSKNr 




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ra4'ar tfaJs*g 
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aeaa s n a wl ens ea«A humy «aBu 

I iMii baoa tTfgiad hjr asMa «t oar 

U^fkjmUm bi« kitkoal relief. 

I leal avav UmunmU •»< itmrvy 

veak, aad frieads who knew Sm 

Mart ifevaaalaaliked. Om 4^7 I 

«Mt oaa tivu taadlnt^otalkaapan, 

wlM k«d \mm miH Inr voar 

fa»o«s Ola pilU He advW ma 

to tnr tkeau I baaght two boxaa 

and before I had ased one bos I 

feH a Uf ehaage. Befoia I •>• 

ished the seeoad one I waa 9mk- 

PMsIf «Wo4, and I «aa aeaara 

70« if I bad aalv known what I 

kaaw memt I weald ael have spent 

one kaadred dollar:: for aotklag — 

when tw h«nt af Ote nik«5g« 
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Oia Pflb ttra tika ftMl ptapata- 
tlon far ktdnej aad bladder tnable 
ever prodnead. At tba flrat waraiag 

?iia la baek or side, get Ota Pilla. 
bmj W9A like mafic, radaeiaf eoa- 
geation, eaolbinc, boaliag iaflaated, 
eaweialed ilaoaas, bMMiag them iato 
noraal and active condition and re- 
lieviag pain. At aU dmggists aad 
dealers, SOe. Mon«7 refunded if not 
■atlaflad. Vtm sample on reqaeot. 

Tie Nattenal Wag k Ckemleal Ca. 
ft Caaada, Liauted, Toraato. Vafted 
ttatas Address, Na-Dm-OOh, Iha., 20a 
Main St., Boflalc. N.T. ajs 



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*Tl FRBDSlUCTON, N. B.^ Oct. J8. 
I-The Grand Jury:. of the ^salxeo 
Whtoh opened today., brought tn a, 
[rtfO .>|U^4a t|ie oaae against. W«mer 
llem. ehacaad .wllh;.atteiDptins to, 
aaatrey tha St Crolx. N.B., railway 
bridge on February 2. 1S17. Horn's 
trial waa ^at ^fn(i» ,'pOfniQ>i«cod. . _; 



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Foresters' ^onor Rolb ' 
I^ANAIMO. * Oot^ .tl.-<rTha honor 
roll of the Foreaters, numbering Sd 
names, was unveOed last evening by 
Mrs. S. D. Tippett and Mm. N. L. 
Stephanson at a largely attended so- 
cial gathering. The ihrogramme num- 
bers wei)e , given by Missos Moore and 
Rogers, Mrs. R. Wilson, Messrs. 
White and James, and Jensen's Or-; 
che^tra; Mr. Joseph Sutton being in 
the chair. The priaea in the whist 
drive were won by Mrs. G. F. Wilson 
and 'Mr. T. Harriaon. 



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Studanta aooapted every 
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OF CITT LIMITS 

NANAIMO, Oct., 28.— A Urgely at- 
tended meeting of residents of the 
Five Acres was held Monday after- 
noon. In Harewood School to discuss 
the extension of the Nanaimo cl^y 
limits to embrace this district. Mr. 
W- H. Jones was in the chair, and 
Mr. Thomas Hodgson ' advocated the 
proposal. After considerable discus- 
alon the committee on postal delivery 
which consists of Messrs. WaUgh! 
Randle, Marsh, Cargeter and Beau- 
rtont, wcs appointed to make further 
Inquiry and report. 



glneer of the Princers Patricia, who 
with Mrs. Andoraon has been spend- 
ing a holiday in the Old Land. Is ex- 
pected back within a short time, he 
having reported his passage b.a:ed 
for October 4. 

Mrs. J. 8. ' Davidson Is spending a 
f" - w^eka 'vlth her father. Mr. Robert 
Pollock, who ha^p charge of the Ilght- 
huu^ una fog station at Leonard 
Island, on the West Coast. 

The boys of the Naval League re- 
turned from Ihelr cruise en the mer- 
cttant cruiser; reporting Strenuous drill 
on t>oard the good ship. • 

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NANAIMO, Oct. S8. — Hallburton 
Street anniversary, services closed last 
evisnlng with a very instructive Illus- 
trated lecture , on "Sixty Y«ars o( 
Methodism In British Coluihbla." by 
Rev. A. B. Roberts, of Vancouver, the 
visiting preacher. The Ladies' Aid 
realised 880 from their sale of work 
in the afternoon. 



. ^< Aaaiversary Sorvleag'- 

NAN'AIMO. Oct. 28.— Rev. 'Oeorge< 
Oe^n,. of Salt Spring island, will be 
the special preaoher.r at- the Wallace 
Street anniversary services on Novem- 
ber 0,' and will speak at the church 
dinner Monday evening following. This 
church has recently organised a Boys' 
«Club. under the Canadian Bffiolency 
Standhrd. 




NANAIMO, Oct.^ 3S.~The Provin- 
cial Hotel, on the Crescent, tiras badly 
gutted by a f h^ which broke out at 
11 o'clock yestet^day morning, flames 
ahooting itp through the rortf being 
the first noUce of the fire. The fire, 
which was caused by a defective chim- 
ney, had been burning fuUy ten min> 
utes before a passerby alarmed the 
fire brigade at the fire hall near by. 
The firemen did splendid work In 
keeping the fire from the other build-* 
ings In the block, bju the buildlhg It- 

!?*.V.w?*^'/°"- ¥?• Wm. Clani- 
ent^. of this city, owns the property, 
which is Insued for |2.000 \n the 
Palatine Insurance Co. The hqtel is 
run by Mr. Joaepb ISva^s. whose wife 
and two children escaped safely A 

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was damaged by watar. 



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The care taken at milkuiff time is one of tlie main factors "'^''^ ' 
in atsuring the purity of Borden's St. Charles Milk. The ' ' " 
cows are milked by clean clad milkers widi dean dry! 
hands, or sterilized milking machines. Tlie milk is drawn 
into smdtmouthed miltag l>ails coverod with a fine 
stsainsr dotk Immedial^y alter eadi cow is milked, the 
tnSk mi tdten to a separate, sanitary milk-houstf—^w^t 
removed from the staUe. ; y. 

St. Oiades Evaporated Milk is puie ij«!{^ inilk with part 
4il the natund moisture remicrved--nfO^^ i&q> 

a sijqpply on hand fot everyday cooking. Handy 
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;'SOCiAL/^[tDPER$P!^A|, , 

NANAIMO, Oct. 28. — Mrp. J. 
T. Elder (nee Miw Dick), for- 
merly of the High School sUff. 
came from Vancouver yesterday to 
subhtitute for Mr. Jeqklne, who Is re- 
covering from the operation on his 
eye and is expecited to resume his 
school work in a fortnight. 

Rev. W. Mawhtnnry. of Port A1- 
berni, spent last night at his parents- 
home on his way to Vancouver. He 
1 reports that Methodists and Presby- 
terldns o4 Alberni and Port Alberni 
co-operate by holding Joint alternate 
Sunday serVlees. 

Mr. W. O. Martin, of the CM.n.. 
left this morningr to become a paflent 
in Tranqullle Sanitarium. 

Mrs. O.B. Gordon. «S2 Kennedy 
atreet, returned yesterday from < a 
fortnight's visit In Vancouver. 

Dr. Chrl Cook, of VancoMver, has 
been spending a few days at hu 
mother's home, lis WalUce Street. 
- Mr. Alex Menties returned from 
the West Coast todaV and reports a 
p^er flahing season. 

Major Burde, M.P.P.. of Alberni. 
passed throuii^h town yesterday on his 
way from VictoMa. 

Mr. Bd. Marshall left yestei-day af- 
ternoon on a buaineas trip to Seattle. 

Mr. Whitehead, accountant at the 
Bajak of Commerce tha paat few 
months, toft yesterday morning 80 
take a almihu: position at Prince Ru- 
pert, his plaoe being taken by Mr. J. 
K. Simpson. 

Miaa Connie Leigh. Dr.Davia and 
Meaars. Baird and Forbea. of Parks- 
villa, motored Into town yesterday. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Anderson re- 
turned yesterday . from a three 
montha' tour in the Old L«nd. 

St. Paul's Ladies' Guild are holding 
a .basaax today' and tomorrow, wino- 
Ing up with an .attractive anterthin* 
ment by children. . 

nanaimo: Oct. 2i.-^Mhi. t. W. 
Martindale. the president, and Mrn. 
Arthur Leighton. secretary of the 
newly organised Loca,l Co^ndt of 
Women, will attend the Provincial 
executive of the National Council, 
which me«t8 in Vanebavor. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Benson, of the 
Townalte. sold their farm last week 
to Mr. Dowler. and will remove to 
their former home In Now Waatmln- 
■tar. 

The BaatJoti Chapter T.O.D.B. 
•Mppod on Saturday thrao boxca of 
•armanta for the F i a u a h retagees. 
Mlaa KsMo Homo, of Vaaeoavar. is 
.grants. Poat«Mipiar and 
Mra Hama. Albert Straot. 

Mr. Jno. thaw roprssanted Nanaimo 
at a conference immt PVtday la Van- 



NANOOSE DlSTRia ^ 
-' CaOPEteATlVE CO. 

PARKSVILLB. Oct. 28.— The Na- 
noosa District Co-operative Associa- 
tion, with headquarters at Parfcsvllle,' 
■Urted a short time ago. is meeting 
with great stfcceab, the first month 
of operation turning over 81,000 
worth of goods. There are at present 
over 80 shareholders, and by the end 
of the fU^ year it is hoped there will 
'>e ISS. ^- .• ;. .^1. 

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Lcwn Oampalgii 

PARKSVILLB, Oct. .28,— The Vic- 
tory Loan campaign is in full swing 
asrain in this district, which under a 
unit composed of Parksvllle, Nanoose. 
guallcom. Brringtpn. Coombs and 
HiUiera, subscribed 868,000 last year. 
The tiuotas set for this loan are: 
Parksvllle, 810,000; Nanoose, S12.- 
000; the Qualloums, 86,000. and Er- 
rington, Cdo lnba, gii^ Hl lflart, |S,S60. 



^'TTH E V are ^owii i|i smart sf yit s afid wor- 

1. thy qualities. " l 

^|^<sr Coats, a to 8 years, fllJtO.'f 19.50 and 

Plain Cord VelvatMu Coals, in neat, belted styles, 
— — rtorryiars, f 14.50 toflO.SO. 7^"*^" 

Oo^ of Tweeds. Velours snd Chocks^ k an a»*)rt- 
ment of splendid styles. Priced, f 13.50 to 939.90 

Smart Hats far Ckildren 

f Hate of Corduroy, Xn black; white uid c(^ori;iN(f 
: to 03.60. 

RahJMiHatsof 
Black , silk plu^ 
'^99.75. 



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a;j,Asef|5e, fl.76. ,. 

f^< « VaiourB, Velvet 



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...JsprtQ\eAt ol triiBr ."J^'"' 
med ,Hats^ ,in.a 
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iBfeRINGTON. Ofet. 28— Thptigh ft 
is abotif six weeks since the Vancou- 
ver ExTiibitlon to«k pUc*, news has 
only Just come to hand of further 
honors wop by Vancouver Ishind, ^e 
prixe * winner is Mrs. Robert Taylor, 
of this place, who took nfst in dairy 
butter (Class 5) with an exhibit of 
10 pounds, and second in salt butter 
<CUSB «). with an exhibit of 16 
pound*. Never having heard any- 
thing of her butter since she shipped 
same to Vancouver some six weaks 
ago, it cam« almost as a shock to 
Mrs. Taylor last Friday to learn that 
her butter had not only reached the 
fair, authorities, but had won a first 
and second place in the honor list. 
The success of Mrs. Taylor speaks 
well for the quality of her butter, aa 
eompetttion is alwaya • atroag at the 
Mslnland show. .1 »^ : »;^'> 



- Att-Woolgwontef»in BIsa QiiaHty AJl-WWtii 
I - -^J"^*- 9izc^3«?-to Sipttwrs^wi^ sash, in r— 

y !?.!r ^*'**'J!!!f ' "T malar. The cbflars itid^ 



Do Ydo Know Ifer? 

She has helped shape 
the history of the wo/ia; 
she has unmade giants. 



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» i5Ce*3> A good style, „ ^ .^ . 

fiti^ with a oatent cuffs are trimmed witll|,^ 

I e atli e r belt, MjiO ^ biack and .wiLitab 

)T\ ^::{^ ■''■■■■ ; >' - ;.jt,f SI milf^>\*i. . f4*i5|'^r..ai 

Attractively Priced 

Dr. Deatoii*s Slacpers. CfiOdrtn's Vtanneletta, 
Ijirls' styles, 6 months . iPjrjamas, 2*piece style, 
to 6 years, f 1«10 to^ , 8 to 16 years, 92.50. 

or. HantMis Boya Niglitniwns — M a d e 

MtM' *^'^ '"* quality ^hite flanM-. 
« ^te^ in open front 

Flannelotte Sleepeia, 2 style* Pa r t i c u I arly 

' m* ie.y**''*' ^^ ^° <f«xJ value at 9l.05 

fl.99. ^^ and 99.00. ^- ...... 

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Blouses, Lfaifcrie and Corsets, ItTB 
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far Shw^MNftBiBM 

A few cents iTSleii til tet yoyjMpd spend in order 
to set hundreds of smgdQl^ ^ip^ety shaves. Here 
are t few of the things we keep for our men friends' 
CQQifoft: • 

Omm Ilunn»^deMaibbie nalom^ from ,..^ >1«50 

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and WUmot C9orfl«lQ. author. 



The SiaHld»e of a Molor Worid 



WiAITLB. Dot. It 
or tta* aMMwaaMfev lM*k«r 
tm muMna ot tb* t*M eoBUa«t^— 
appMur*« yt U Htar In tho smmmum*- 
niMit of P««or llitldMii. Oafttto «Mi- 
a««r. that k* luM riil»»«a tfe* •!«»- 
lac bapora to the aombar* of the 
MotropoUtami. who wtU ho with the 
t«am thta WlnUr. ^ 

MttktoOB. Joat haek from a JhuAt 
to tko world airtoa'aBd othor ■Mtetn 
aad Caaadlaa polata. opteeo that the 
Meta wUl be aaothor ehaaaploa e«t- 
ftt. thht the brand of hoehoy thla aaa- 
aon will be better than over, and that 
a couple ot new taeca will be aeen 
Ml the local «<auad. 

The war between the amatavra and 
profaaal^nala haa acranMod the 
Rocker altoatlan aomewhat. bat the 
handsome pilot of the Mete thlaka 
that hla team are all aure and cor- 
tala. Pete haa the word of aiMWt of 
hla aUra that they wUl bo back. mmI 
la not worrylilc . ovtr any of them 
Jufaplas. 

That "Happy" Hohnea wlU nat«rn 
aa ioallo thla aaaaoa waa aaothor an- 
noaneomont of the Seattle manftgor. 
Holmea .It waa rumored, had played 
hla laat hockey same, and the fana 
had J^t about flvoB him up. The 
nawa that bm will bo haoh la hamaaa 
w^ll please the local puck C^Uowora 

Jim Riley, tho young heavywolfht, 
who developed from a anbatHuto Into 
a star while with the Oeattle club, 
will return thla aeasen. after a ao- 
»Joum In the Canadian Army. VOoy 
aaw aarvlce m Ftanee, but haa been 
given hie diacharge and will be hack 
on the line again. FAak Feyaton. 
Jack WaUPu-. 'Bobby Bowo and 
"Muaa" Mtrray wUl aU bo haek, aa 
i«oU. Muldoon Is after a couple of 
ainateur atara. who. If Im auecloda In 
obtaining their aervloea. will maJce 
hlf team a real eontottdor again. 

/•Cully" WUaon wUl be mlMlag on 
the local lineup thla Winter. MuMoon 
hinted (Saturday that the aerappy 
ttttle forward was not anslpua to play 
tho l«e game, owing to the fact that 
hla family objected, and WiW^ haa 
not bean aent a ooatraet. ..t :, 
. "It I got tho mo« X am.«AH» I «!» 
going ■ to give Seattle another ivlii-. 
ner." states. Manager Pater. '.'Van- 
couver is going tOsh*ve a strong team 
thla year, and Leater Patrick la lining 
up aome new' talent for hla Vic- 
toria club. Wo win need a that gang 
to boat thoae two dubs, but X think 
I can line up juat th^t kind of a 
team." 

Muldoon win fnakv Mhttto Ma 
headquarters from aoW on. f .'■>'. 

DlREaOtS PLEAsb , 
WnU CUB^ MAN/^P 

CBICAOO, Oet si.— Rwnora Wat 
Fred 'Mitdiell, manager of the Chi- 
cago National League baaaball elub. 
would be aupplanted before tbi next 
Spring training aaaaon. todigr . had 
been put to rest with the announce- 
ment that >CMeheU would gulda the 
Cubs' destlnlea In Uf. Tbo dlrao- 
tora paaaod a vote of thanka to 
Mitchell for hlsAlforta the paat year 
and ezpresaed confldeqce In hla abil- 
ity to land a pennant next year 4n 
order to alienee the rumors. 

The directors aald a aubatantlal 
profit was shown for the ilrat time Id 
aavenfkl yeara. 



TADNCfBONIIIT 




at 

owllapaed last 
l*-ro«nd bout 



Have you heard 
that uata aU elly 
end. after being 



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Briagb dofm ya«r 
gaaollao bin. 

Olves BM>re power 
aad pep to your 



Kaepa ear out of 
the repair shev^ ^ \ 



Toa •.c 




« small attachment 
•case of your automo4>il« 
cylinders. 



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Keeps cylinders 
absolutely frde ot 
carbon. 

Small and eaay to 
attach. 

Price that suits 



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Nrto natrtbator. Canada sad 

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Johnny Bownrd of NSw York to an 
sad in Om eighth innaa. an* tMiiaaibt- 
odly savod Mowari ft«a a fcaoafcont. 
Wlwn tl|e bleaeheto erashod t« the 
aoor nf tho slaoe they e^Lrrlsd with 
thbm the wiring and ovrMehlng for 
the electric Hghts. thlrowlag ths 
slags into eomplsts dartinesa. The 
aHltspp vsro asnt to thslr oomera. 
aad after a daisy of !• minutes.. It 
was disoovsfod that the wires outside 
the thealTi, as wsll sa those on the 
Inside, had boon broken and the host 
was called oS. ■• 

JOSRATPIEFARES 
tXMtARMJOUS SEASON 
ON DIDOei TIUCK 



HKcnaRs 



Work of Aninglng ft^yin^;^ 
. Proi>lem Is OtfftcuH—More 
Than Double the Number of 
Pre-War Qam^i Scheduled 




OhO Dye 

TORONTO. Oct. It. — Cecil I>ye. 
HlUcrest southpaw aos. hard-hitting 
eutflsMer ahd hockey star and rugby 
player, was suspended by the T.A.B. 
A. 'indeflnltsly" at s special meeting 
ot the executive held at noon today 
for plajring In five basebi^ll games 
tor Liistowel. in the North Welling- 
ton Laagve. Dye asya ho r s eol rad no 
money tor playing. . 



Mr. I>iincaB, president ot the Sun- 
dhy School Athletic Association, an- 
nounces that there win he a meet- 
ing of the asaoclstlon this evening at 
T:IO in the T.M.C.A. with the object 
of dlscusalng the revival of the a»- 
pociatlon'a basketbaU leaguec Tho 
president requeats that the varioqa 
membesf of the coaimlttoe will at- 
tend. 



NBW YORK. Ost. 18.^-Undla- 
mayed by two dofSats administered 
br Mlfco Oavaaney hi as max 
St the tag ond of the ontdoor 
Join Ikay Is mohUlalng his strength 
fbr na arduous campnign on tho board 
Soor. Rspsrt has It that the Chicago 
track wlaard intsnds. to shelve his 
miming s h oes sMntha befom the re- 
vival of fbs Olympic games at Ant- 
werp. Belitum, Mit no vsrlfleatloa as 
to when he Intends to step has been 
fbrthcomlhg from the athlete. 

.Ray's first Important sngagomont 
behind doead doon wlU be the ha- 
tlsnnl aanior !.••• ysrda. in ^hlchhe 
will demand hia,ini kurela agalnat 
anch g»ad local nMddlJT dlafshnsra ss 



and possibly feddls Fall, the former 
OborUn youth, who made Ray run at 
his fastest on Fhmklln field recently, 
to annex the national mile crown In 
now ehamplonhhlp figures. 

Ray defeated Devanney and FaU 
last year handily, covering the routs 
In two minutea and fourteen aeconda, 
which time equaled the lata John 
Overton's ItlT record. The dead 
marine made his figures on a Phila- 
delphia board .floor track, on which 
occasion he shosred his hsels to Ivan 
Meyers, a club mate of Ray's, and 
mjf^m pthor good men. 

Unir WATER SEEPS 
RUNNING FISH FROM 
JNTgRWC SIREAIB 

Watsr It^^rmfAitm- to ths strsams 
along the east oanat of Vaneeuver 
laland, and ths salmon, principally 
oohoes aad chunw, ars unable to 
aaeehd tho upper reachea of the 
rtveis, stated Mr. John MoHngh. res- 
ident eaginsor of the Dominion ' Fish- 
^sTIss. i^o hss returned from an In- 
spootioa trip to «hart loeality. 

Tlis fish anf faovsrbig-a^MHit' ths 
months of the itNNtms awAiung the 
opportunity to rsnbh thoir spawning 
grounds, s The department at the 
p r ese n t time hsg gan|N of |nen em- 
ployed elearitag the strsams -of ob- 
structions-' ss as to taiptutatp the k>ss- 
sage of the 'fish. Between 'tO and '^ 
msh; practically aU returned soldWb, 
arS ||tha 0|id wdfefc; and., said Mr. 
McBttgh. fbey have done paVtleulany 

VfOll, 

Mis trip extendsd from tho Big 
^SSllonnl Rlveir to Black Creek^ and 
he made a thorough examination of 
aU the strsams between those two 
rfVers, Inoliidlng Courtsnay. ttelam 
aad Rostrwall^ivers. The atroama 
have now boon cleianed a conatderable 
diatafigo ftom their mouths, and the 
man omployod la thoae operatl^ms will 
oshtlnus working while Uie weather 
oontinties good. 

Durlbg his visit ho passed through 
ths soldier settlement at Courtsnay. 
and he was very favorably Impresssd 
by the excellent work being dene 
them by the returned men. The sol- 
dier farmers are busily sagaged with 
traotora and ploughs pnaparlng the 
ground for next Spring. 

LONG MSTilNCE RACE , 
ANSmRESTOlGTEST 



- WlNNirW»k 4«t : ISii-AlthjMigh 
not making arask aolso to datdf^ocal 
aaokoy leaders, Hftvs hnan working 
Phrd to whip ak«tt«ro into ahaps for 
oonduoting ths game In KanltPhn 
dttrinc the oonUag eegnon. With thp 
rovtval of thrso old aenlsr ^etabai 
Vies. >(rtnnlp4ga a^d FMesna, n»d tkf 
limited rlnh aeaonuHodatlon. the work 
of aolvlng thf playtag problem is a 
Mgf ons. AU lo^dsrs of amaisnt 
bookoy In Ksmto4n ana angtona thht 
thefs three olubsk aloi« with Mon> 
^r«iMb Selklrks and Brdnd^a. oom- 
pflss tbo senior leagOs. bat tbo big 
l^ttsslo Is to devise » bannsttions amn- 
aor of doing ao. 

■ Prior to the war tbo WInaipeg 
Senior Hoekey Xicaguo^ eoMdsting of 
Vies, WInnlpsgs and MoaaroiMi. bald 
away m Maattoba. Those ehibn piMrod 
a aerlea pt is gamea wbleh 
about an the firat-olMn 
«tn«ed In Wtanlpeg la a Whiter. 
Whiter a change waa auido neoe 
<^lng to four aenlor teams holag la 
Hno— Braadon. Beiairbs. Monarehs 
aad Argos cnmpasla* tho Msnltsba 
league. This jgfuike-np aindo If 
14 being s ts gsd in Wbinlpsg, . 
In ordsr to aeeo m msO at s tbs 
pwntmaed six clttbs^ It gaaass win bo 

nipog los. 'ftom la where the hig ob- 
atacle arlsss, as this is mora than 
doable tho number of games plsyod 
in pre-war days. Thla extenalvs pro- 
grsmme ^Ijr provides for teams 
mSeUag sack other twice thronghont 
the eaaa^n.' and tbtk aystem could not 
possibly be >ed«ood. ' To eomploto 
auoh a big list ot gamea by V^hruary 
St. aa required by Alhut Cup biwa. 
the aeason wonld hhvs to open about 
December It; two games would have 
to be played la WlsinlpOg each week, 
and In soa|f wseks three contests 
*would l# the order. 

HSHEJtJESI^IIIOL 




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Cor. Gov«riiiiient and Johnson Sts. 




IS aemMSsd the tvtnlivs prepar. 

every fcnsvn ''ready-fsadr coniii 

ly* T«<* pritkably eonld Mi get ss 

^laii.ts i ftivs powe r at t|a re lata 

•VUlPSw^oTIa s*^ 

from ant ifStsM tH osnata if 

ei^r. Plata grMalalM 

syrup, cbrned ■ ■ l amsi , hsngr, 

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ABBntOam 



nsw (50 cenin 
Ifkfls. bottls 
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AT«R, Kaas» Ost Sl.-—Bamala. a 
l*«Poar-61d bay Arab mara. ridden 
by Mr. A. W. Harris, a Chicago 
banksr. Il mars of age. was the trin- 
nor of the l6t-nUlo eavahr mosnt 
road tost from Fort Ethan. Allen, Vt., 
to camp Dovans. Ramala finished 
with a percentage ot tS.t. The horee 
la owned hr Mr. W. R. Brown, of 
BaiUn.' N. H. 

Ungflaher, an Arab bay gsMlng of 
eight yeara. ridden by Oel. Ftnnk 
Tompkins, wss seoond, wtth a per- 
centage of It.l. a^ XCheyra, another 
sight-year-old. Arab, wM third with 
71.4. Judging wma on the baaia of 
SK per cent «ach for apeed and feed 
conaumpUon and it per cent for oon- 

dltiOB. 

The award waa preceded by a'quar- 
ter-mile mes at Camp Dovens, which 
wss eaptnred by Mr. Bre^pi's HU- 
cyan. This rasa was put on to dstor- 
mlne the oondltlon of tho hotses. 

Flnlshlag fsarth. fifth and sixth, 
rsspsctlvoly. In lbs sndnranse test, 
worn Malcyoa with a poroentags of 
TM: Crahbet. tt.t. aad Castar, tt.|. 
Five of the horses swarded plaess 
ars Arabs, aad oao. Castor. Is a 
Blorgaa. Ths harsas sash issl from 



The Armentiers and Maiaspina 
Manned by Men Who Get 
Coastal Pay and May Quit 

- at Short Notice 



Billiards 







(Whoksak and RftaO) 



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:vFifil Floor H 



Hnest BIHiard Room in 
Canada 

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A Psyioif Investment— Victory Bondg. 

Cold Dajrt! Wet Days! Any Daysir 

The LIMOUSINE' is the most comfortable way of motoring. . 
We rent them sod toariiig cars any thne of the day or night ' 

OC C ft C TAStl SERVICE A 

iLJr' rksass" '^CarafaiPrtaa w «al at aa J Mea" Holer Teay^mr 



laaaadaaa Mabe Yo«g Rseervatioas ttuly aad Toariag Cera 



Mag>iail% qgtfrette Cas#s 

We hbve juftfoflfr 
Electroplate. Price^ 

Ci'A. STEELE 

i Tobacconist 

UkdoalteBl^Bnildinc 610 View Strast 



ha nice a»sortii\ent in Leather and 
1.25. $2.00. $2.50 and $4.00. 



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Ths trawler Armsatlsrs and the 
patrol ship Malasptna havs bssa 
plasod In tho flihoriss protoethm 
ssrvios and bro aow undsr those regu- 
lations, although still operatlag up- 
dor the White Bnsign as during the. 
war. There are various changes m 
the ssrylce as It is now institutsd aa 
eomparfd with what It ' ' 
to the war. 

The men on llbo fisheries patrol 
ships must bo Clasa SA naval volus'- 
teera.. which moans that' tl|oy must 
have at oho tins samod their llvUmr 
by the sea. Tbey woar naval «iil«> 
forms and ars subjoet to naivil dis* 
cipiine, but do not bign an Ibr anjr 
aUted psrisd. as in the Mary, having^ 
the rlghfc in quit or as dioehaitad at 
fourtoeo days' notion, la oast or ' 
necessity fb sat meft may bs eallsd 
upon toc^jmr.fsnrlos. Xsgubur Ooast 
stsamsh» w n ^ kf iMlhg pfM. fhis 
moans ga in rt a a ae otot naval 
particularly lii the lower m 
There bgs been ho difficulty in getting 
the neo^bitrjr men for the two ships, 
most ot tbsss obtained being returned 
men. When recruits far tbo Navy 
were asbod lor a short Ubie ago tboy 
came in «sr# slowly, la dtef so slowir 
that there* #srs only two crews avail- 
able at Bsquimnk;,. - ~ 

The Stadacong^ H :bbg boon 4h 
elded, will r«nafi ipmi^ Kavy. Tbb 
trawler Thkyva| |s ttld : up. Ths 
Rainbow has bega put oat of osnk* 
mission. 

The fisherlee patrol ahlps will o^- 
erste up the Coast to Alssba. One 
will probably be out at ^\ times on 
duty. The Maiaspina wan Jn ibM 
service before the ihur. *-*--»'.- 



A 

The sUtement in Tnssday'a Osls* 
nist to the eSect that threo trlbl 
tripe would be run by Fdnndatl^ 
steamers during Deoember Is wrong. 
It U In November Chat it wfll tabs 
pUce. 



now TO MAEE YOU 
BAR BEAUIVDI. 




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Atk for TimvellMr or TroTotter'a Clidb 

UidoB Made Citar 

Bvery Box Carrtes Certificate of Pure Havana L!aaf 

HOYL1C LIMITED 

Sole Diiliributars 
4flS 17WMM Dootkg SIragI 



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HERE'S LUCS! 

Come up ti& evening and. have a game of Billijfrtfs. 
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la the 



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l^n Bar mufix lisvei 
aad a little Meathel 
three, ailxed at besm m a few 
wtth aay 



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riTl'S BILUAIID PARLOM 

Cai»sr ^ i f wis t toii Ysiss gtwasls Batraaee. Ystsa Sb 



LetlJs Prove These 

., FACTS V 

CmI Oi Gas Btmer 

Come in tonorrow and we wiU prove to your 
ibMlute satiaf action that thia burner will save you 
nemy. See it in operation and you win be con- 
vinced that its labor««avinf possibilities are tre- 
. inendou& it la a small, inexpensive device that 
fib bito the fiieboa of any ordinary rao^e. 
Hundreds are in use and fiviof Mytry satisfaction. 

IfiiidiisoM-Si^ Saleg Co. 

90t Ymaa Sirwt 



MOWas. Iowa, 

Ida iis p s r. of 



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Phiiaaslphhi. 



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THE 0*ttY COM>NIST. TICTORIA, RC WEDNCSDAV, OCTOBKR 29i 1919 



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*^ Hbldt WlMttiiU'Toimwt 



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Buy 



Victory Bonds 



\. Ceiffinly you can do it Since muilb of our^skoOi 
has IfMff siidrdied by smdkSe Trblii a rec^fire in 
this blocks ve are duritii^ m$ay desin^Ie fines at a 
. fraction of tncfr worth. * Hnndieds of men hare 
already benefit, by this enforced unkiadinj^rryou 
can do the same, and the cash you save will pay an 
instalment pn your quota of Victory Bonds. 

S*» Tlieae Snaps in How^ 
Rubberized <K^|^poAfs 

Nice shades of brown and grey twe^d in wmnn weights 
••w eseelient ^vaUties. Thfjr are Kned with • w at cr pt p o t 
robber. Stsries mcHide the wam-seam model for yotmg men 
and more conservative form-fitting effects. 



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fOllllllirJIMllS 
lOiEStfEGUiyiDB) 



Officials WW Not AHow Prvfea- 
sionalsi Accepting Lucrative 
Positions as PsiMQ^Ama- 
teurs to Disrupt Real Sport 



CMta. regular at $30.00 are now ... 
CoMs. r^gnUur at $35X10 ire now ... 
Coattk regular at $40XX) are now .^ 



fSl.75 
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^'^^ ^SM ^^*''^•*^^ OvwcMts, in nice dark ahades. 
Regular $35«), now _ .r....«31.75 

—Mid 

PtaM Hedium Waif fat UndwwtM^. Shirts and Drawers.'^ 
«Ii fizts. Regular at $2.50 a garment, now ^ff 1.35 

Pwa Wool U o d ar W M^ , in 8tanfi«ld*k tUk and WooU 
' ^e finest English makes. 



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R^rnhir $20.00 a suit for 

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No. 2200. Regular at 

a garment, now #3.45 



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^M lMLa nd Cutting 



We're "READYFOR ACTION" with our new OXY 

ACETYLENE, yrchimg and cutting plant. It ulcej #om# 
»ma»h to brei^k what,we<n)iend. . ^ 

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She toueties the skirts 
of yc>Mr wife, your mother 
ana your,, dau^^ter. 

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Wood for Sale 

JiMt Ktnaiinf ilfoo4, jU.. Ir f«4t 
H(;^k, mill Vood. Uabs, blocks, cord- 
wood. . 1 . 

moHE 9M> 

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NADEQOATE ni<mS|ON 
FOR EUCnOlt WORK 




GotoMmeat 

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Capt. E^ W. R. Ifoor*. rstgititna of- 
0e*r at M'Miday'a by-election oonteat,- 



y«p*«rd»y Ipniad a ■tatonent ralaUv* 
to ortUolsma voiced obnoernlmr t^e 
arranaaOMnta (or the polUa« and aa< 
pcolally, In raapcot of tM aUecaUona 
ot Irreaularltles at the poll at 8am- 
ple'a Hall, Ward On<^ He stated that 
on Monday mdrnlas h« went to 
Semple'B Hall at S^'clock where all 
the returiili^r offloen for ^m^ n'aason 
had lailed to put jbi an mpfmtmno^ 
Ha gave tha balloU ta on* a<«t»e ra% 
turnlna officara with Inatruotlona to 
distribute them and then proceeded to 
other sutloos. 'Apparently, he eUted. 
the retunUiiy oAc^ (laUed to dla^ 
tribute the ballots and* the other oflU 
•lals helped themselves. One return- 
ing officer who arrived at that poll 
late fbund tha ballots all dlstrlbntad 
aad none for himself. . "^^^ ^ 

When Capt Moore heard of tbe' 
facta be want out asatn with nwrn 
ballots,^ but found tlyrt some of the 
men had too many and the surplus 
ones he ordered furnfed over to tha 
man without any. He sUted that 
Barry Prloa, eoncernlna whom ortU- 
clama were voiced, was not at iiia 
poll when he (Capt. Moore) was 
«h4ra lit 8 o'cloetL 

Capt. Moore sUte4 fvrther eonfli- 
Alon at the poll was cccM^ned' by the 
faUara of the contractor, for variobs 
rs aaaan, to deliver ehalri arid tables 
ta lime. Some of the r«^urnlns ofll- 
«»rs failed to carry out their Instruc- 
tlona. Some of ttiem at the close of 
tha eonnc d tarildts locked the *boxe8 
and deposited tha keys through the 
opaQfakv. Hia reault was that some of 
tha tin boxes had to ba broken Into 
with axes before tht recount could 
comaaence. 
"QUJt. Moor* severely criticised tha 



im^Uens Ant,undar. which, be da- 
clar»d,/tl|e'fln«iie|iU anmasament*-* 
|U;aUh(wed ,f o;^ fa^ poll—abaflataly 
precluded adaquiife teelUtlaa 1 b^nc 
provided. ?rhe Act called for r««lstrm- 
tlon by sections and votlnc by thaaa 
sections, but the Oovarnaant refused 
to itermlt'the appolnttecint of a dUTar- 
jnt registrar for eaeh aeotlen. yillow- 
1n» tvrentywfour registrars fbr the 
thirty-eight aeoUons. Owing to the 
amall flnandal provlslpn It ^aa aeo«a. 
aary to buneh th* Totlnf 'i^laMa to 
aave ootUy for rent, and leava anough 
for tha purtiHaaa 6f aeeeasories. Rath- 
er than repeat tb^ expertenca of. tha 
^tT eleett<toi when the r«tun^|kf of- 
•oar waa o«t of pocket and man ett- 
plosFad were net paid for ov«r a year. 
.Capt. Moore determined to heap elae- 
tlon expenses within the Aet, bat to 
do so the service rendered *wns nn- 
satlaUctorr aa It waa bound ta b«. 

Capt Maore aald when aakad to 
take the poslUon hfl- had nevar seen 
the Act. Had he done eo he Would' 
never have consented to serve. But 
havlnf aooepted^a^M he sawtha Act. 
fcajigpw thfra w«uld ba. dflMuitlaa In 
««B|ntylng with It and ttiAt It w»s a 
«a*i aither of no election or a muddla. 
But desplti the Inconveniences he 
believes, from discussing the matter 
with his deputy returning officers, 
uuu with tha axeaptten of g ibw paa* 
pie who had to lea«a on tha miming 
train, no voter lost tha oppwtui^y 
ta record hla 4r h*r vote. 

MAVT LEAdUE to *" ' ' 
HOLD DANCE TONKirr 

Alexandra Onb to Be goene of jp^w». 
. timi ftiLChnpiier of I. Ot. d. 



Navy League Chapter, I.O.D.B.. has 
completed arrangemente for the dance 
te be held by the Chapter tonlsht at 
A4e^xandra Club In aid of the funds for 
patriotic work. naUblv '..tlN|. annual 
treat which this OhapSr gtvM »t aaoh 
Christmas «easoa in the children of 
men of H.M. Navx^' ItfuMo Will he 
supplied by Heaton's orchestra and 
dandnr wlM Uke pMea (Totn f p.m. 

***..! ^' ''^ *^ «• M«g decaratad 
with fltgs and bunting for tha ocea 



It wavM npyaresitly ha a CMva 
tak* ta fwa awagr wtA tba Maa ttet 
an Albartaa apart taHawatm nr* la In- 
var of a gaoscal whIWvaaltlBg of pra- 
fisalnnal al h istaa. and tlM^ thay afa 
oat ta gat any profsaalnnal haehay 
playar wba cariM to pot his taagaa 
ki hla «haalc> aaeaot a lu^ratlva j»a- 
atttoa." ptaaaly praehdm htOMelt ga 
amataar haaeaCarth aa4 toiavar mdra, 
aad thaa 1m1» ta put tt all a««r ««al 
aaMttpara ptgykm tor aftatt aad tka 
lava af tha gaaa aad aot tar baalMgn. 
mhnalled a»or|. aad tha lava aC tl|a 
nimlgbty daOar. , ^^ 

A Calgarr aschaajii la a raoMit tnai 
carrlaa a story whlah pato a vary dlt- 
fWant light aa tha attaatlaa thata thaa 
haa aaiUI aaw aaaatratod this tor Waat 
Tha atttola id part ava: 

Grave eanoara Ip tolt la laeal eirelaa 
ragardlag tha pvtppaeto «f amatavr 
•port FraiB Bast and Waat erttlelB« 
la haing hariad at tiM AltfsHa aa^tagr 
atirtnaim. tha eharga haIng tha^ thpy 
hat* allawad tha attaatloa to gat away. 
fratt tham aad have l^t laaphaiaa fw 
tha pttia dyad-to-thf-wool pratoaaton- 
a^ to atop te aad Join tha amatoar 
rank*, whlla high hid* are haing i^a 
far tham from tha haekay nagpatoa 
af prafaaatoagl oaatpaay. Saparhel- 
-alti^ tt toaha had. a»d H Mat ha ad- 
mlttod that aaeh aattea thraataaa to 
dlarapt aaiataarinn Ig tha Provtaea. 

9at is thto sltaatiaa being allowad 
to gat away tram the govaraora of the 
Alberto Uatottt At tha aiaatlag •« 
tha Provlaeial dal««ataa held la Bd- 
mantoa laat May. it waa daoldad that 
there ahaaU ba a gaapral whitowagh 
of aU athaltaa to Um Pravtoaa. wha 
l»Jd haaa raaidaht pg or prior to Mhy 
IT. t%la r aa hl atla a waa latoadad to 
elaar the raeardg aC aoiM bmo wha 
had eooM under the hah a( thg ft git 
tour Unlan nn anitaaat af mlaarsto- 
fractloaa af the ragalattoaa, bnt the' 



HMIBIHQGKElflSIS 
MSrnilEllBiR 



AN Niiterastwi in the Amateur 
Game Asked to Make Point 
of Attending — AH Entries 
Must Be hi Tonight 




of tha 



wm be held thia , 
tha T. M. a,A. at • a'atoek. 
nad n a mlim s far Iha l»i»>ag aaa- 
ana wtU ha e l a cto d aad gaaaral baat- 
aaga artU be dealt with. 

■itoalaiT Paroy Watoaa aiataa that 
aM aatriaa for tha l i ^a a thIa year 
la batora tl 

Chatotoatto 

la tha Q. W. V. A. 

^ ^^Mitattvaa wan 

•ad kla poaaUMa that 'they wllf have 
to the^faaalag for the elty 



• ei^ S«glU^ Twm4I i%^ 



Better oivercoat vthie not 
obtainable. Price... WMI 




Vt«)i 3 i Sh 

% r o w 1^ 

eajM AH. 

Wool 



in fancy dark checks^ in 
the T)rench style 04&OD 

■* * ' ■? ■■ * Tw«dl Coeii. A maddntosh and 
warm coat in one. pgmK |30lOO 



_ lava^ 
lia«tl^«r 
toixt 



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S'"4 I 

gma. 'if 



CARysa?^?°-g 



Mtai^ 



•artooa maptA. IHaaa ware to the 
Provtnoa M that tta^ ^ase aut and 
out pro f s totn aal «thelta« wha 
fallowad.the "pre" gaoM for 
aad ato sMU to their »ilia«^ 



raaa Koi 

Vhd aadi af tiM Awatonr upiatt ara 
>t b4iag mat to the retaatotetoant 
of aaeh athlataa.. It ira* naver the 
Intantloa, af the Uatoa -Pthwraa who 
mat to SdaMMtoO lagt llay to-ltoto 
thgga pMtowlniiaii name alapv aad 
tovade the agMtear tarrltou tw^ 
ara^ protatrfonala aad ata guu bS 
songhi by ltada«g«C tfea» owd foS 
paay. bnt from MMtoal «aartara.«a& 
papgrto.ff their gggr to »sd intoalianlto 

US ^.!!SL-^ ♦''^ toduaam^Ji 
betog "luoratlva** p*gtH»|tg. 

1»a aatoto^aaHga^hiah have beMt 
toaM to th« athietoa to AlbiHa ato4 
Mgl^ IT are o«to toauMnrgt. .fSSJi 
wi|i not be aceeflad after KoMMhto 
U x»l». la erdgr to parOolpatol-ia 
Matuaar ooapaay ft wiU ba aaoMmry 
tor athoHea eTnalm foMaalaSSS^ 
tlon to a reglatratlon committee whleh 
la ta be tortaad at oaop. and oard^ wIH 
be Issued on their todlvldaal merlto 
Thia matter waa thonpghly dtoeusaed 
at the Alberto Amatogi^ t^nlon meet- 
ing In May. aad the Alberto offldala 
wlU be geaaraad aA&ingiy. * 

In the eaaa of theae preftoalonals. 
who are reported to be aUted for 
poeitions In aaiatear hookey thto Win- 
tor, the AmiMmlr Vmk la r»lng to 
taka a firm ataad. Tie Oalgary mv- 
toao^ have already aapreaaed them- 
aehrea vary strentljr on thla potat. and 

£^" f*i*;3%*****^ •*»•*• P^rwu will 
ha ruled l^^bto to eampeto. Fans 
may ha dttappoHrtad to learn thla 
but It la anMtaarlna the offioera of 
tha AIhart» l^alaa are proteotnlc and 
not the tastes of a oertoto toetlon of 
the oparttag tiatoraity. ' It la tnie that 
the beat oallhrp af apart muat be 
Va^^^'i^ th»>aa.,bat the Alberto, 
efflelaki Wm not permit thla to be 
done at the aspenae of honorable ama- 
toura. \_ 

are pourtng in day by day 



mammae whleh waa appetat- 
od at tha laat ateattog of tha aaaeel- 
atle^ a tow weeka age to amea4 the 
bylMraf tha leagaa^ wUI aatoalt a 
aaw aat of regatottoaa The ether 
^^ '' totoltto a whtok araa Olagatod to 
latetvtow Laaiar Paiftok. ta vagaH to 
^* «Niag.af tha riak. wlU alw raoait. 
Jt to I to ra ad that Mr. Fhtctak. to foe- 
tar agMtoar heekey. haa as^de a vety 
gongraaa e«ar to the toagaa aad It 
la graaUeally oartato that thay wltt 
aeegpt hla propaaaL 

."S*^*^ •»• to he appatated ta- 
nlglt te< attoad tha msallni •! tha 
Brt^ CehMabto Amatear Reakay 

^^r?jjsR * «^- «« «* 

^ to the pTMsat tha toUewtag 
teagM have algaldag thehr I nt s at l ua 
of 'ptaylag thhi'' aeaaoa: aaaatota. 

^'&*iS*'^ '^ ''•**^ J***^ "^ 
^•JJ:.^* ^ <tod the K. e« C U Is 
vosdhto that •the leagae «ay oat 
thaa* taggw dawa to aaly fear, or 
nah* thtaa of tham totbrmadiataa 

JMn vMaaa wUl aae a tot ac aav 
Pto^gto to tha leacaa. With the war 
ovdhii lM«a aumhar of ferawr ama- 

^^^ilSlJ'S^ "^ "*'• rataraed 
^* !a*' •* them^rlU be aadn to ao- 
tioa thii yaar. 

<$ bf the toaaagera far the varleaa 
teagto ara aaw huqr signtog np their 

nmMMr haakey thla yaac Mr. Wat- 
,kon -igaata averyene totavagtad to 
heohay to ha onto to attead thto evaa- 
* ^* »> waato an faaa ta eaoto with 
Motaactoaa that will batter the leagae 

ao^tonr haakey. ^ 

.w': ^'**^'*"»«'^ graaad tawa 
that Laator Patrlek Inteoda to aaea 
the tipk aegt week. « rifggisiu 

"^TL "^ ^*** *^ Preaent. bat thto 
■od* gi d l sa Hwm good anth ertty. 

aBMBNCEAU SATS 

HE HAS WOW RETIRED 

PAItn. Monday. 'Oct" IT.— fa ra^^ 
»lyto« totlto reqaeat that he atoad aa 
a eaadMhto of the Chamber of Dapa- 
ttw to rapraaant Bag-Rhto. (Lower 
Kaiae, a PTaneh department whleh 
laaa <or»arly tha diatrtot of WWeC 
AJaaaaij Preader Ctemenodhn haa 
wHttoa a letter to whleh he says: 
uJ It*^*" toaehed. thaa I can ^»9 
by the fondly offer that I be the 
■ttoqeaaor of Oambetta. I would ao- 
oept with pride thla high poet of honor 
had I not beea waraed by too many 
■Igas that tha time haa come for me 
to tAa tha rapoaa I have not knowa 
for a long time. The age I had 
reaehed whoa the vaat Joy of vletory 
oame. and the atato of health whleh 
fbUowed. obliged aM to retire from 
palltlaai Uto." 




&ilfarS«t«fO»M 
CAliiUME SAUSACB 

for Wcakfagt toatorraw. Thttr atg 
, d«lkio«s. Mada of teadar 9««^ 
pork and apiccd so as to giva tha 
v«gy liaest llgvar. Try them ««eg; 
aad yaa wilt ba a ftca^ 

TwMk^ liBIII ._ 

MDTT TO PURJC LBRARY 



NOTICE 



JOSEPH C BiRIDfiMlUNdT' 

604 




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Stortce Batteries Are Mtde to 

Win* by W«Mhcl>„; 

Gal Ottikry) WIm the cheapest way ^ 1 
gettinf your next Battery at 

tsumstWMma 



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iSt^lllE 5It^ CAR 

SUPS DOWN Hia 




■Ion, ai|d ah aaargatio committee la 
attondinf tor the catering. !nck«ts are 
on sale at the music department of D. 
Spenoer d( Co., X^t^.. and mtr WUkar^ 
son's og Government Street. 

' ■ ■ 

COWaSIQN FIRM 

CREEKS ATPAULT 

€?OKiiTAirrn*o^L*; Oct >i.^ii<Mie 

findings of the commlsston appaiiiled 
by the peage ebngrees to Investigate 
the dhKbrb«Maa to amyraa aad «letn- 
ity. whtek tallewed the laadhv « the 
Greek and Allied troops in May. are 
unanimous to holding the Oraeks re- 
sponstole for the irshkUi, Tha gffbe 
of the findings b apt to oaaae ceo 
sideiUble sQr and also an abandon < 

the Greeks of the military 

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*• Jft** '•* *•*•*» alleged "licliu^ 
poiltlags gad are to be engaged to 
l"»y *"»•"*»' hockey, but before they 

!SL.*SlIffl? i" *•*• »«»»*t«"r ranks 
thaiP MMl^ual oaaea must come be- 
tore the iovamor^ of the Amateur 
I ymaa. I«»ne of theee offlctols can be 
I battonholed Into grantln* carda to 
toa who are ineligible, for they are 
gtoatoar sport advocates and men of 
rair-minded Judgment. The tem- 
porary cards are net w<^h the paper 
th«r are Written on i^ht now. and 
baftoia any pteyara at* allowed to en- 
tor amateur aempaay to Alberto this 
Winter thay w«| be eagipelled to fill 
out appneauon fm'mg aiid the juda- 
ment ef the Uatoa efCletola wUl be 

..,*^f%J* y^ k rggipratlon beard 
gt IM ft li m to tongaah Wrmed at onee. 
^!^ •»P"««tlona win he reeelved by 
tnie Baay. 

The atoaiaar g aas mtos are wide 
awake to tha gltaaitoii to Alberto 

gisniptlon of tha orgaaiaattoa la thaaa 
parts. Tha oCTIetola are goliw to take 
••••• to aatogagM tha totoraato^ 
toi n iiiii i i l i . Thdlraaa^iatto 
athietica to geaag kaaMah. aad al 

dard e( sport e«W*l bp^ mm who 



SMATTLS. Oet. tLx-Twenty paa- 
Mngers were Injured slightly when 
a atraet ogr slid gown the ataan 
QuMn Anna HUl hare today aad waa 
wreeked at tha bottom. Street rail, 
way olBetols said * light rain and 
doad laavea made thetraok alippery. 
While the ear waa aUpptog dawn tha 
hill tha ooaductor reeognlaed the 
danger and called on the score ef 
itoSMagofp to braoe theawelvM for 
tha ahoek. As the car paaaed a 
lavel. the oaaductor Jumped. He Waa 
aat tojared. r^ 

The ear waa halag lowered down 
the hill by a oaaater-batanoe. When 
the bottom ana reacheg aad the ear 
did not step^ tha eeuntor-balanoe 
Jerked the rear trueka and veetibule 
olC agd the front aecUon of the ear 
slid, on a few feet 



Is Your Magneto ,,^r 
Giving You THmtiU^'Z 

We are specialiungr in the adjugtitif Of mainetcM and 
/ if ybti bring your car we wilt d^e necessary repairing. 

BAJLCOM Sk WEBSTER 







ONLY TABIITS IIARKEDh'^- - 
"BAYEir ARE ASPIRIN 



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:; *j' Jfet Aspirin at AM wtthourffiT'^BaywCroM- 



lEUS DYSPCPflCS 
WHAT TO EAT 

Ayai4 ladl^Mllag, Sgar Add Stoaach. 
Wtofttkit, Oto da ftogiacfc,ltfc 



aaly 




«Va7ar" idsatilM Iha 





Ikfldiyrftons faro 

^Alw^ bnr aa aaliiiliia _ 
af "layer TaMato af AspMa'^SlS 
- <(aatflyaM 

lis thetmgeamA friatoiiM la 



— ^,_ dbaetlaas fl* Child, 
H to d a s h s, Tspthasha, CsnMhs. Xaa- 
^^Mtoga, Bhaai^SS^aati. 
tie, JWat 



la, Mat Phiaa. aad fhto fMamlhr. 
Tto hjram af IS taMato agai tSl 




win a* stssiata with Ibalv pmrtf^aSe "™ !!Zr JgJ?*!?" *1 *to«r 



.- y^ — ■ 

Men! Here Is the Cap 
of the Season 



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It is g WolC Cap-tiwt is sufficient 
fnarantcg of qnality— in g couple of neat 
fitting shapes and warm thick material^ 
nf darik brows and ortion graj x botfi 
with a snart orercheck. Priced h>w at 



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hUrJUtoft F. JHUi.«|iA-«U«Bt. 

«tf*Ay VMM I^ idUrt£5ir. #» 

«Ml«kl rMttltB °n» 

MM 9»r. 

!*• tnt pletvr* iin4«r Ms «lr*e- 

kir «rft«ru« mt^ at >llM Ro^ Vie- 
torta «uMa FHteir. 

liit«r««tliit - »l*y«t« * W»»6rt' tli« 
■»rlf>my ooHMdtoM*. tiM ai«t ta Un- 

nna. CuUmi Landla who WM r** 
•••Uy* pWeid «a«w coatoaot by 
OoMwira after hla aotaM* work la a 
Baa. Boae l i prodaotloa. AlUiouch 
■un T«nr youav, h» h— had a vartod 
•ttmm «ar«*r haforo r«aahli« the 
coal «t a loav-term eoatraet. Hallam 
Ooolay «ad CMla 'KoaaMir. aUa as- 
•edatod wtth Calloa Xjaadla la tin 
Rax Btfttih' nfcntii <kaaM 'MOMr 
w(th Mahol Noraaad la Imporuat 
rotta'the* fonnar havl&c aarathad a 
jirowlpf alt . i9»|a wHh.Tom Moota la 
"Oaa of tho FlaoM.'* 



M S^\^l»m§9 



foa, Mtft 

aa.Mir^a 



ttay 

•Toa 



nSSm 



tho v^peUac au^ 

tlUot whieii In ItMU la 

V i aa , ||^«fatiAn> to Ifea 

aal lada-out. . ttaiera p .not a alncla , 
ir^aMiMat In tha JM«Mi«atlon of 

*"!>l$m Am^ftw <:*9aiamm," in which 



It's 
_ that yoa> 

thoart'a llpa taa*t It? 
wh«a ha** M vory tan that ha aaat 
b« wtpMt«d.to bead Ikia proad hack 
ALL of tho tlaiet llMt waa oa« af 
Canalaa's probl^iya aaa of tha alai- 
plar oaaa. howavar. Whan y><i a»> 
pratty. vfVaclaaa Harsarlta fWkor at 
tha Ramana for th« last tto« today 
la ';Tha Tlc«r»LUy.** . «ata|k, i^ pM 
bow ahe oMaacao to ovarooma har 
handicap In tha matter af Inehaa and 
to ooma In (or bar ahara af k: 
Sha had plaaty of athar 
biK. dancaraua praMama Mka that af 
kaaptac haraolf ttraa from tha YlnAle- 
tlva Italian to whom har uada '>had 
barcalnad her off os a wifa: af oon> 
qnarinc with bar charm and gaod- 
nam. tha rich p*rante of iha Aaawr- 
loan to whom Aa had glvaa har haart 
in kaapinc: ol apalUnc a 'porfabtly'| 
Kood Tondatte dlr^etad a«atnM aald ) 
paranta by the Xta|laa^«^^l|4r wMaa 
brother they had crleveMly wtoigad 
—at least; aceordinc ' tb ' tha idiilM 
Idea of pereonal arro<ir> 



Or. H. E. Young Talks to Van- 
couvof lihuid Cdnfffonoe, 
Tolling Thorn IfVhom Thoy 
Can^Holp Rurah Community 



T» what axtaat tha Dapartmeat of 
Pablte Xiaaltl^ la prepared to. aaelet 
tha mial tk aHi i u by the aandtac of 
tralaad aa i—a and the eatabllahmaat 
«t health eantrea hi their aetdat waa 
tald by Dr. H. B. Yauac at the after- 
aaea eetili B yeaterday af the Vaaeau- 
.var lalaad'Caalacaaea af Womaa'a In- 
atltutea Mra Blaekwood-Wllaman 
praaMed. Th^yubject waa Introduced 
under tha headtac 'The Relation of 
tha fhiOtata to Publle Haahh Oeatrea." 
la tlM eauraa of whteh tha apaakar. 
aat oa)y ladteated the valae of the 
sreatar well-belBc of the oountry 
ooBuaikaalty which oould be jreallsed by 
the idrtltatloa of the latter, but alao 
the eflOMtlvaaeae of the woqaaa'a vote 
la aeo^irlBK this and other benaflts 



whleh they wished. 

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ICOLUMBIA 




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ATrick of Pate" 
BILLY WEST 

Ja "The Jly Cop" 



FImI Ckaptar 
"A FliM far l«IUaaa' 



ROYAL 




TODAY 



Mabel Noriniiitl 



In 



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OrclMstra ti 

'aa.aadi ^afwiii^ 





ROMANO 

TODAY. ^ . 

Ilirctriti Fitbw 




want you women In the Wo- 
men's laaUttttea to aot aa teat^hera In 
your oara oammuniUea tai , saattars of. 
pabue health aa4l . ciMnmimlty Wall- . 
i balac.** said the speaker, ^tbe people 
wa want to reaeh Via' fhe p«*opla/tfho* 
do aat eosM to ymr aafeetln|a. women 
who for some rasiaa do aot take fuf- 
tllelent Interest la these matters to 
*eame ta jroar 0£t|ierlnfs. \Ta are ko- 
iaff to aak your «o^peratlon'thrMUrlk* 
em to book up'tCe Haaith Ipepiinment 
la this work.** ' • • 

• . *y— liave aot'ta o^avlh^ a iar- 
a^Bb^ora you.ean gat ihpn) to fol- 
laar tha laws today.", said Oar. Toua* 
at abother point *:Ai kaaltHaaattars 
!? ^J"^^ «o a ll»Ue faaijr, tMkii 
tlM lihbUc It If «^ >a|y^3loult U 
cat laws put on Uie Bt*tute hooks. W' 
a Uw on the stalaWWik .and. a Jaw 
obaenred by the iadpla ,iue <tu|to jStt- 
ferent thlnga fh self?iyaierTattoal 
!«awa^hroaffh ti[rai«i;^a^H«ii&^ 
t*u«ht as that eefrtaln. thliuis. sueh 
av. theft and m«ft;«|9r*iniist be.fbrbM- 
den. ' And we' have exacted penaltlss 
for dlsobadtenoe; tp. tiia lairs fbHiM^ 
due su«h pfaetltes. ^ 9p- H has become 
aomethlac of a habit after placla« a 
law on the statu^ books to add oer- 
tato elauasa autatert^K the peaal- 
t»* for tha tr a aaiila tl on of sqeh Jkw'. 
Bttt whan morie'th&h ludf the |ia1>ltc 
beeome CuHty^eifbadlnc the author- 
ities raeotfntta that It- Is worae than 
useless to penal£te. . v^' . W« have 
in RHtlsh Cbiaaibhi *aSlAf aplepdld 
aots on our hooka -Same 'fe#yaars 
a«o we had tba^V^ioMal iaspe<kfoh'of 
Bshoote Aet paaatdi '• But We afe not 
tetttais the reablti yh should dat Tha 
qnsotlon is. l|nit.«li^<i% am W^ «»t 
the people ta ssaliae the eondltlbna 
Onoe are do thta i^ shall not ifeekt'tb 
worry maoK abaut the eaf ar<tem*Ati Of 
the act.- f^.^.-f \ 
The war M^^^isht a^au^ ^ mat 
L^lilBK the people, 40; ap- 



A Play You VfiU Really I»i^V 



FRIDAY 
X>CT. 81 




oTheatre 

:, Mr. R. W. Hineks Pretonta the Delichtfol Comecty 

" Ws Ude Lore mt 



EVA BART AS "VXLLT* 



Prices as Osnl: 25eto78c AD Sells Reserved 

Bok Office Opens This Moraing FlMWe 4025 



SniadlRte what they qauld aeoompllsh. 
wfthey eoald atreptthan tthelr ea^s. 
4b-operatloa aad compidalty of te- 
t#lMdU In l»l«. Ill-prepaid for W|ir. 

3» ahe would have belleted It pos- 
ble' for the oountry to Aa what It 
iMul-^done durlna the sabaequent fiva 
lyaara- But by pullinc tocather as a 
nattan a vhUBt thiac had been 
anthisTed. This had beea a demonstra- 
.tlon of the value of co-operation. 

'"4«hd now wa are loofclnir for other 
Ablds torooaqaer." said tite speaker. 



ehante In 



ilMiq>!ir» Hart,* 
' wbich ep«Ma Jit tiitf 
% Vi^e jne«t -pe] 



Little, Lake ..Attsflr.". 



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POLO 
■at Net Oat^* 
L4b C a m s 4f 



Fantoges Vaiulevfile 

'• TODAY 

TARZAN 

N. T. IQms a Cay. 




SenuDri^tt Hall 

Wednasiaj, Oct 29 

Khaki 

Entertainers 






'JS»llli JB4rry«|ore .fB:a|arred at tl^ 
VniS^tr tKtt rweek.'^ T|»i^ «)»^racter jHf 
i. RAfflea 'la an adthlrabte vcMr: 
jtot 6wrr>^;j^:>^>rtraj«l 
the ci'obK >IahMa ^ioiMnt t6^ l>e djt 
aired. To those OlaMliar wUh the 
arlsJUiaJl storlea. by B. 'W. Hbrnun^, 
It will be recalled that they cota- 
pHded vafteus episodes In the dally 
life of the mail who baffled the «reat 
deteetivaa 'of Scotland-. Yard and the 
eritnlnolof lata of, Parl% but In ar- 
rancinv the photb|)iay production 
two ot the moat important and 
thrilling ewnts'have fteen combined 
intone atoty. and. while they retain 
the characters' and eplaodea of the 
orisloal, a much more entertalnlns 
picture baa been produced than 
would have . been .the- case -had only 
one of Raffles'a mahy adventures 
been picturlxed. 



PAirrACis 

THPATKB 



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HEir 



She is at the world's f^am- 
ln« tables, at your baker's, 
your grocer's, or your Wc's 
costumer's. ^ 



WO ^M w tt lit vMioly 




Iftataa sa^w J. . B. Cunningham, 
IJkbar eandldatt In this eoaoUtuency. 
of M71 av«r Sir WllUna 
The raffereadaai eoant feaa 
nat yet been completed. 



It la tJbi dlAeak' tb be- 
lieve that Darwin waa 
was rlKlit after one 
aies Tarsan at the PanV«es this 
week. Tarsan Is heralded as the 
meat wpifderfal chhn^nsfe in the 
world, and his act certeibly starte 
a w.hlri of dlaeuiaion amonir the pat- 
rons of the thuatre who have seen 
the act. It Is siprely no insult to the 
haman racf to say that this super- 
monk la "almost huinani" The only 
thing he aeama to lack la the power 
of apeech. but t^is- has been over- 
come by Felix Patty, his trainer, so 
tar as a working understendint for 
the presentation of the act la con- 
cerned. Tarsan la a practical fun- 
ator on hia own acAount. sifd he 
thakee the perfomianev a Hot of 
laughter from beclnnina to end with 
his antics. Monfceya are known as 
the moat amusiac of animals, atid 
Tarsaa-rwell, . Tiraan hi a super- 
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Oir. M^ attiMilW' Jfrr 

It" 'H.'. HiMtk■Will^j*iiU: 

) •■ :■' 4 ;aeat 't<hilit dduliMai- 

'ooefledy,r ^'iMIfy^s I.tetla* Itota, AffMi^." 

,'at tha'Fi'iaoiya ^Tfleatt^. ' l|lss' iMi 

Hart.' hi the title role, has' a part 

which will- affortf maay splendid op- 

portonitlea fbr this telanted lady to 

display her histrionic talent IClss 

^Uart wilt be 'Supported bry >Captata 

: Handy and a moat excellent company. 

'who will preaent this charmlns -<Ma- 

edy in a, hiailner that will ba hey^nd 

oritlolam. A hoire suooass Is prsdteted 

land crowded houaea are aur«''to at- 

;tend each- per f or man ce of one of the 

cleverest 

ever 

mPARAfiiUnis 

Gnitiflcatloa at U&fu 1^ ^ftijtalsll 
EtsetloiH— lioata CsaqMil^' < 



treat and wittiest plays that has 
be< rt»w»ltte,i. ]UAU I i ^^K 



MARRIED ICN ONLY 

yoor rasor la dull aa a hoe. 
V arttS tf ahe waan't partngr har 
CNl Imt Putnam's Cam ISx- 
tllpetar: ITa tha aalr palnlaaa and aafa 
cjba AA. Sia lwa sell "Patoam's" at 



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OOftDMOM J^arpi^erite Cl^ ^bb 
TMtATRt popular littla Hrif- 
ipount star. who. lb jwld 
to be a faviNrtte with ymasiMers 
from seven to seventy on dieenat 
of her msay atarHnf • roles In Ikjlsr' 
stories saeh as "laaw wiittfk''''**l'ira^ 
ells." "The feaaa Swaas" aadaiharb.; 
haa of late been playing a different 
style of rale. Her reasat pra4us- 
tlans have hasn : co m a d le a and 
lateat i»letttre. "Olrls.'' whleh 
be ahown at the Dominion again 
today, is aaki ta. be one of the «ast 
of this natara alw haa yet produced. 
It la an adapt atle» of tha tSntoaa 
play by Ctyda nteh. tite lata Amer- 



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IPOtibAit,' Oct. 2S. — -Ihie ' rea^dents' 
of Duncan and district >av« aflBcM 
kee'n ihtereat in the by^eleotldn cate- 
palm in Victoria, and last evening, 
on the receipt of the ndws that'ItOn. 
Dr. S. r. Tolmie had bean, returned l»y 
a majority, of over two thaosandf vbteo 
much gratifteation was expnwsM. 
"nie doctor haa many steaneh' adhilr- 
ers In this district, and -he has sitrurb 
proved hlmself-a tras and able' frten^ 
to Cowichan diatriot 

Vhatory Jjoftm Goh« 

Up to noon today the ofllce df the 
.Victory Loan CotfiAiittee reptfrtS 
everything going atrong. and arlth- no 
doubt but that DutMsaa and Cowii^taa 
will go "over the top" for thelii %!%}>,- 
000 objective. OaavassSra aire out 
working hard, apd wl|itaper that thc-ro 
is gaod pr«>fpact of wrlt^ig more tnan 
:oaa «pr far amobahit itot reprassat. 
Sva Ifgares. — -. 

• jI>**.<M«aI lfa«pp^i. , , J. 
■ ' VIt. and Mriu J- C. Claert and'lMby 
spent the week-iond In .Duatqikn, the 
•guests of.Mr. and.lfra.ll. M. CtaipaiiL 
3^t. ciceri has Jast dhartly ri^^j^ndd. 
from. service overaeas. 4aA prior' vfa' 
the war waa MetotUled wMh' Mr. 
Cta^cae. C.B.. ', 

Mrs. n. H. Whld^n left for 'Vic- 
toria yesterday, whero aba wttl at- 
tend the Confereaee af laiaad Inatl- 
tates. 




v!*The first thing ahead af uJ* now 
Jatr^onatruoUon. the iftniMt Jrf our 
optuatry'a debta If wa'aos going to 
allow ourselvas to Call back Into the 
4ild rut than we are certainly going 
tto desenra the slnr east upon us by 
>^|^ enemy,- You as Women's Instl- 
tatea can carry eduoatlon to the home 
aad to the- community. We have 
gradually got awa^ from the middle- 
ago form of gavamniaht, oppreaslon 
of the weaker to the' point of resls- 
tanoe. dissenslpn among the atrong. to 
the point , where wa Tsallas that eo- 
opanitlon andar tha flag ttiuat mean 
stieagth to the Empire. Co-operation 
wlU bring results, but In Ite successful 
canyin^ out It must mean. In many 
p j j ssfc saarince ot the Individual In- 

Tha sueaea s of the prohibition earn- 
palgn aras another demonstration of 
the fact that Individual liberty must 
not Interfere with the bigger Interest 
'<^ the.communlty. 

"We~ niNky he seinsh. and undoubt- 
edly are selllsh. in' favoring prohibi- 
tion. , But we are salllsh for the sake 
of the whale nation. The subservience 
of the «ndlvldual to the community 
Ilfe^ is. ^ognlsed now as necessary." 
' .Speaking of the character of tha 
nurse required In the rural dlstrtote 
and for tha public health eentres Dr. 
Young ape<;lfled that tha 'dpor-atep 
Aursa. SUHt^poelallst. must take 



QRPHEUiVI 

The Best in Vaudeville 

FHMT iUn MTIBMr 

2:te-aiaMT BnHB-8:lS 



In a Cbmedy of 
, lAundry Ufa. 
•THE TAUB OF 
A 8HIRT" 



In their 
Merry Momeate' 



Iflasslan Peaaants 

on, a Sunny Af- 

Itemoea la their 

Native Land 



8EITNBE 

NOFFUMM 

^.Xa a B f Wi SB of. Daaoea and Xm- 
->. parsonatlens, with ■ 
^ Special Stage Settinga and 
' Augaiiented Or^estra 



la a Satire of 

Qreenwleh 
,t yillaga 



o*s«nr« 

American 
Oymaaata 



The Smile Olrl" 



in -,1 

"Faoiinine Typea^l 



PpKE^ Ivaalng 

ROYAL 



* * <^ * • e.a a %mmm^ W9% 

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Saati now oa sals. l#-T 
p.m. Seats ordered by 
phone not held later 
than 7 p^m. or 1:90 p.m. 



Dr. 
tep" 
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That Is ihe kind of dlroot help that la 
needed In the rural district '■*- , 

PabUe Health Oratva '<'''"'«l 
"In tha estebmhment of the public 



ond pliMii ra the all-round :jiurae who I ^«»'«*»- 

could' tell the mother how to care for 

her, alck .ohlUi.. who coul4 help the 

espactaAt mother, who could bring 

Into the n^al home auggaa^na. pme- 

tkai ajidsympatheUo, for the amal- 

iloratfoi^ of'.the condltlona 

I rWhall^«; man haa a taathaehe ha 

t^o«%|i«t^#Mit a long pathalogleal d|a- 

feoa*ai»>%^'%aate relief from hla pain. 



whleh wa- purpaaa In-^ 



subjset. BUrsln^, ani 4 ttfetfM kh^l-i^ 
edge af how to apply il."j^7yv v \\ 
. The apaakar aaid that ^tlia pablle'r 
health centre ahould b« regarded as-,' 
a kind of "clearing s|atlon" where', 
V»k serious eases might be deteetedi' 
and sent ,^o %M«»lUi. ladb «. hsAtth 
oentn Mhaald booome tha plaab alllsra 
ths people of the whole oommualty' 
would go for advice In all thalr 
troublea. As Car as the chUd was con- 
earned It would be up to tha natsa. 



traducing throughout BritMi Cplato* 
bia ara Inta^ ta have twa or three 
nurses, trained along tha Haas Indi- 
cated, pcaatloal. sympathatle. thdr- 
oughly Imbued arlth the Importaaoe of 
their work: women who will visit the 

people with that understanding of hu- ^ken the doctor had sent the se||Ooi 

' boy or girl home for any tllagan. ta go 



man naturs Ihat Is brought about by I 
a tharoagh knowledga of her own I 



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XusMSEi w^wa aso, waon ww annovncms hm \^iiragg abtdm 
nda, w« f «)t that we had imducad a psrflwt instnimsiit— >' 



>rii'iL ■f>K*"'- s *•!! - . -. , . , .. . 

■ t .|^, A> ^I'HRnB wmIcs aco, when wa aimoaiiead tka Cartiss A«r»« 

• '.-■{■■•4 h(>*t!t- 

^?^'' ;i.^:Biie-4t WM tat the public to snj. TKoy-^joa— had to bii 
li n'w '.PM*«d; ^Bd y^u know that if you had besa in our position you 
.t V - v> wottld hava felt the tension— m wa did. Jndft of odr pteasura 
u V u ..< ^'> t. and pride then at the reception which bujrsrs liave gireh us. 

■'^ :•->' »t ; Music dealers who pat in a few models reported saka within a 
' ^'"'Vv'foir hoari. Some were so snthuaiastic they wired for mors 
r r/^v^i' "Jli^Acliines tho same night The Cnrtiis Aeronola is a aacossa. 



Into the Heart of the Natioi' 



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..ty^,7 -^.''V .. .* ., -ji 5*- 

^ .Itf ,: ' t'Jkio • suoeess because, first of aU, it is a magntteslit j^raidvetMi 

,1;;^ (ff vcjiron a musical point of view. Second, it is a handsome piece of 

H.^t « yV/iAcab^ mcklnf, made with all the skill and precision wlOi 

; ^;:j,^' ,^f njlJJ* ^ araftimen bulH AeroplAaos for th^ AlHod Govtohi. 

;vN.« .. if P wffl l*V overy rscord aad play them a littta Iwttsr thw 
i o^^vj;..; i M^ ever heard them played before. 



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; ft yob rsaDy want to be charmed by a talUnr machine go and 
«lbo and hear the Cartiss Aeronola. Deaiere will tiadly demon, 
it to you. 






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- A spactal meeting of tbb Oasrlehaa 
Agrlealtural Sedety wUl 
Saturday, Kaaember 1. at tisa 
a^ea a report from tha d ly aags i 
be received aad sams daSalta ad|ji^ 
with rsgara to tha asartgaga oa tiia 
hatt am' 



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ol.JUnnoMDULNiU. 

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Yea^i^PQrt8<^re8y6nt and 
Sicretaiy toTSa SubmFt^ 
Thursday— First AM Cla$^ 
Retumj^ N«xt Wtek -^ 



The mone)!i)yoa invest 
lipi, mbdcrn denf^tiy U.,m 
^ wifely apent as tf you put 
» v-i|!4ii, yicteiy BoimI^. You 

li prf^ by either. : in^t> 
^1 tnent. Tlialk.mo<|srn d^ 
litisliry-^tt^h at f pnw:t^ 
^ — is the most nearly. per^ 
maoeiit form of dental at- 
ten^on ypu can get. It is 
^ just'^l pennanen^, just afe 
good looking as your pvrQ 
'i^ unblemished natural teeth< 

T|ii» strictly superior 
dental attention is rinniark- 
'r ably moderate in prioQ.' If 
^■- you will call at my office I 
jt^; will tdl you more^abbtft 
this splendid investment.^ 



Albert E. 




JO^ PImm Mt Mm. Um 

^or. Y«lM andi. DoikiIm SlitMU. 



TiM UUIual MMMiW «C ft J*lHI*B 

IHU tell* 

as » 

Ci. Ai. 

Mr. A. 1. XMlAlii. tlM 

«mm; wm k« in UM alttfr. ftn« «Htl 

•atasit Ida jTMiSr r«»«i< irwl* Ui« 

,IWa n < tA 4«»«ri WtU In* tm$ tor Mr. 

ik^M!» lani. ■ 

•v. <H(|f oMeuw will «ali aftttimaii t* 
Um rMvaaotlOB of tM flm aUI «M 
iMiB* aurriaar rflasii^ wklili It ti Sa* 
tMdad t« atari oa tiM KHiHag of 
'We4MM«r. THat^wum %, In tiM M« 
rpMa at tfka Qa^ tra ia a o( tha Oraa* 
War tbmm^ Cmlrtaay aad Doaila* 
«lra«t& Dr. Vrtoa. tte sitr ktaltk 
9fltMr. wui b« :Qia laetBf^ this y<ar. 
aa4 In vlaw al oU ^baatMllly of aohna 
•pMomti alamiar U tUM wMeh awopc 
throoali tho eottatfjr Miit yoar 'a«4 
mada a daaBoaA oa volaaiaor aurMO. 
ft la h<90^ that aa aaaiisr ■> »Bl%h 

or^ ta ba aqulppotf #ttli tlM pro»<t 
littanMtloH iM 1m*«no4ta for Am 

ate ^Bf Ji|pit?>aimut>. tn . Mioii.; a» 
onM^MMl^^^r^iir-'ho ft i iaw sa t«ai: 

***^ ^"^'^Mfl^ .wlwa.tHa loftMvua *»!< 
daii^ie ;Sa^«Sr ^110104 tfea-pral*^' 
ifi^inal innrppi^ viiHrtfar* vara tihto^tal 
atvasTary gfsat aaifliwiiinto tl» eftf^: 
- But with nufto kaotiMao ^ nwafa^i 
muoh mora eoaltf havo baon dona aaf' 
nio^4aB|or to tho volnntoora thaai* 
l^hroa mlDlmlaad. - 
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(XOTHIES FOR YOUNG MEN 

AND liBN WHO STAV^YOWNO 

MADB IN CANADA 





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Od Yon Know 

She is everywhere. 
Ydy cannot defy her; you 
oiinnot escape her. 

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^ HAS niED APPEAL 

WiNNIPKO. Oct. 21.— Aid api4^ 
from the, decision of Air. Jugtlon Car 
ran waa 'filed b>r ooui^pif do|p Kljiiiiia 
Kollr In ^hf,; >ad^lttbnMSolU^ 
broQcht Br tha ' provlnea •IP 
formar contractor' for tha nad^ oa| 
butUUnc tn tba law courts today. 

Tbia will brlns the ease to the 
court of appeals. It la statad that., 
the cue will be carried tu -thid ponT 
council by one of the mpqnne 
courta.of Canada. Tha.hinMitfli from 
Mr. Juatlaa Carran'a deeiiaen la« 
baaed laraaljr on the Inclu^o^ of JdU 
Item of IClMfO aaalnat Kelir "1^ 
tha coat of j^roikpocttve ropairs to tlnii' 
calaaon foundation under iha- noW 



to thf parents and follow tha'^Ma up. 
aaaii^- t|iat tl|a physlclan'a Infctruo- 
tMu'^rera oafTlid out. 

"If tMs 9!n^Mm had been In praO-" 
tloa thirty yaara afo thirty per cenT 
hf our j«ejn ^ould Mt have had to ba 
TcJtcta(l>'M vhflt for- tho araur." aal^: 
Dr. Tounv. • '.- 

Durlna the laat few faara the wO- 
men had advanced to tlM raapond*' 
bllity of tha ballot. Tha njba waa not 
an ornament It waa an laatrumaar 
for anfoTclns their wlahes. Oovara*, 
menta' under a Democratic ^^eni;^ 
were just what the people made ^Mm, 
If certain laws that tho women Trantad 
placed 09 the atatuta books were ndi 
there then it :«|ipt|M.fauU of tlMr^ 
women. « i.; 

«If you Tut abbiflv t» let iho futuro 
a<4k#i(»Uo4 ahdw ifta a4ine.»bofBOntaco.H 
of Refects aa;;w«l«f>iouia(i lit xtNT'Oxani^ , 
inatlon of ^a OM|adl^ #av^ tmt 
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aco from the bla health eonfaroiM 
at Ottawa Dr. Tounir waa abl« to ro> 
port that the Dapartmonta of Health 
had been re^itteatad by reaolutlon 
paaaad at that meotlha to tasUttato In- 
raatlaadlap Into <*Ud waldaro uador 
tho ^ollowlitv haada: (I), prana^ 

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m (O.vMlenatba of fdMlo baatth 
nnrMaa aeryiea: tf), tastftatldaat care 
and tta effect on child Ufe; («), faor 
tory life ahd tCl iffecC vik mataraif/ 
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In conclusion tho apoaker called at' 
tafitioB to oartatn MkUaUoa in Qu|-» 
ada'a health sheol: llie aviraco inor< 
Ull«Mtcf amiMan jn^tkla oouot^ ^laia 
lOS iKr th<Mtaind aft atmlnat &• par 
thousand In " — "falaai. tha oaao> 
try which had tho boat haatth record 
In th» world today. Vaaoouver waa 
vable to Atm tM baid Malth i^iiarr 
for the whole t>om1ntoia, durlna tho 
1?^*** v?ff|i^"M»va» haiHaa goao oror 
^a^var thoUHlM. aoimtunoa aa low a* 
thiii^aiiii 

la «# to as la Brltlah Cotaoi. 
bin to set a ffnaral standard m high , 
aa that set bf Vhoaewinw. v <S^ caa 
do It by co-operation and comttuBlty 
Jn la w t a" aald tho I>ootor. ' , r- - 
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HM^MMsio Will ba a si^soM fbatifw 
at tha ball to ba given la honor of 
LorA JolllDoa at tlks Emprats Matai 
on Noreinbar Id. Mr. Hftkton's or- 
the bast fco hM ovar ao» •*- 

aasMr la Viotoria. MehMiat ate 

tMBiABd aucoiMitad with haajaa and 
iiMi ^liir i ai i . wm pt^ la ttaa rhha 
^y»t Ha la busy rohoaratag tho 
WfPKwft and aMat aaa^nr Moale, aa< 
all tho Mtaot waltaap will ba piayda. 

Mr. Ramsbys O.W.1IIA niiHimiL 
of tea pieces will play In tho wrtttag 
rpom« and ha to oa hla mottle to show 
«Mit ho chtt^at isaal oatto ^ imtS. 
HsotMi's stabdard. 

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cordlag to aaval tradMons. siHstiy oa 
thno. and by ttaaa aakadals. thas 
avoMiag an leafaslua ( 

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Thomp6on Feds Like t New 
Mtn Since Tanlac Built Hin 
Up 



Ol^*ft«ynor, SpeiJting to the{$ 
Women's Institiitos Confer- 
enooi Mvociles Step— To- 
d«y LasI of Sosskms 




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tMT»tow I w*«M tev* U» wwrat mrt 

iMii tetMM* vatam im Um mmU •( ny 
bMlu All Uili la cvMMetlM %tUi wy 
««ttw te Um arav 

ji l0 ggi im iMcy tei 

ant 1 fait tIrM «mI wwmwit all Um 
Um*. I «mM« hardly atew* at aa •«»« 
woaUt CM «» la Um aMcatac all 
Until oak aa4l aok laally abla to so 
to wovk. 

T>alaD r»flinnin'iTif<< by w 
pooftto. I 4oeM*« %• try It. aiii 
takUw tha tint law «aaM I ka- 
to cat baUar. I iMtva oaly 
tteaa iMttlM aa lar. IMM I tMl JaiM 
My ateMMA to la 
ly appatlta li cood. Wkait 
I aat now 4l««ata paifaetly. aa« I 
aai aavar botharad with gaa or bloat- 
tac. Tka baadaehaa aad palao la tha 
8»aU at my back aia thtasii of tl» 
paaL My aarraa ata aU rtsbt acal% 
aad I Blaay Uka a lo« aa« gat «p l« 
tka moralac Iballac <l»a. Tbara la ■• 
Mara oi tkat tlrad woraout faallas^ 
aad I am full of anarsy aad am al- 
waya raady for work.^ nAlae aara 
ItiA tka work tar ma.^ 

IkiUaa kt aold tn VIetorta by Pw & 
CamptaU. dniCTlrt. . <Adn>> 

»ia AWMT ACTION 



Na aetloa kaa aa yat baaa takaa'bgr 
tka ProvkMlal Cabtnat In raapaet pi 
tka raport of tba ChrU S»r<rleo Oam- 
mlaUoaar akowtnc tka ramilt aC tkat 
ofllelara wark ovar tka part ^gjM 
moatka la ro-tradlnc Um mamoira 
of tka Clirtl Sanriea. Tka rapart kaa 
baaa pamaJ upon by a commlttao o( 
tba Chrll Sarvloa, and baa not prova« 
by any maanf aatlafaetory to tkam. 
The eommlttaia raeaatly kaM a coa> 
faranoa wltk tka mambara of tka 
Cabtaat. aad patatad to tka anaounoo- 
maat mada aoma ttuM ago by Hon. 1. 
Oi MaoI«aaa. MlntaUr of EdaoaUoo 
and Provlaetal Saoratary. to tka al> 
fa«t tkat tka Oovarnmant kopad ta 
arranca aiiUrlaa oa tka kaala of a lit 
per moatk Inc r aa a a far marrlad and 
lift a moatk tor alacla aanranta to 
moat tka tneraaaad ooat of Uvtac. Tba 
commlttaa potntad to tba Commia- 
Blonar'a aokadalaa to akow tkat tkat 
plan kaA not baan followad. 

J«at lAaa tba aatMf.fa-«radlnsMa« 
Ineraaaad aalarlaa. If any. wtU^ ka 
mada attaetlva la not known. Tba ctvU 
aarvanta. who hava baan waltlnc-pa« 
tiantly far montba for tba llnal da- 
olalon, taar It will ba aoma tima yat 
bofora tko taeraaaaa ara fOrtkcoainii^ 

CHARGE OF PERJURY 
LAID AGAINST RCriH 

VANCOUVBR. Oct. lt.~WUkt|i ak 
kour after the warrant tor hta ar- 
raaft kad bean tanied on Mon^tey 
eventag, Barney Roth, aecrat poUoa 
oparaMra, who haa been encacod far 
■araraA* montba In tka work of un- 
earthlnc and proaeoatinc mambara 
of tka Runtaa workara* union, waa 
apprekaaded by Deteothre Denlns on 
a cbarsa of perjury. 

Tkla momlnc he appeared betara 
Maclatrate Bkaw and waa remanded 
tor ona waak. 

. A warrant waa alao laauad tor Alex 
DeuraaaK. but up to tke preaeht ka 
haa not been located by the police. 
• Ike allecad perjury, according to 
tka Iptarmant, Q. Neakldofl. !■ aald 
ta kava baan committed by ^he two 
aoaaaad In the courae of • their ev- 
Idance j^t the trlala of George Chok- 
oH and Borla Sukoff. 




wltk _ 

NkakUltattac kar aaMlata, 
ba la a paalttaia. aa ter 
tartal l aaaaraaa aad 

ta da ttiki 
vtiMI tka akaraotar «r 
aaaal ta tka taaka 

QiMtlac ala t laUca 
daatk tata af tka P a mlal a a tka 
ivaakar ladlgakH tkat a taial at 4«,> 
••• «rtka tM^Mk 
cttita* ta Um y aar i»I« 

awn paapla to maka «p tkla 
aauatry waa Impacttag maay af tka 
ittfHraS at Sarapa. Bki ackaaaa at 
iMalUi laaaraaTia waa^asplalnad. aad 

ware oata- 
_ waald ka 

wkaa 

taotar. wkiek la tiaall talard^ 
wo«M ba allaahMtad 
Ikmlly would ba kapt tagatkar; 
raapaet would ba pi 
tar. aaaarad af kla pay. waald glfa 
tka roMMto altaatloa ta tka 
andar kla oaia: a m p l a y ar aad aa|K 
.ptoyaa waaM ka braagkt elaaar ta- 
gatkar: tkata waaM ba altmlaatad. to 
n kffga aitoat. tka avU af tka pat- 
aat-modlclaa agaat aad tka 
Intknt aaartallty woaM ka out da' 

l^kuoad wltkla raaak ail tka paar aa 
wall aa Um rick. 

at tfcaaa gwnaraaa 
advaatagaa wara dlaaAvaatagaa wklek 
waadH ka 9»mnmk iaal aa Ibng aa tka 
pakUe waa napraparad tar tka 
A aaddaa ad^tlaa at 
kaattk Inaaranaa wa«M raaalt la tka 
avarerowdlng af tka 
Umdatiaato ta nambar aad 
datlott— ^tk aiak oaaaa. Tkla palat- 
ed out tka aaaaaillar tar kattar 




At tka maraing aeaaton yaato rda y 
Dr. J. O. MaoKay. at Naw Waatmla- 
on ^Maatal Hy- 
glt«a af Bckaal CkUaran.** tn tka 
oauraa at wktok l|i palntad to tka 
aaad of proparkr tttaintalaad aehaola 
wkara tka a«ibaan»kl eklld might ba 
tamgkt aamatiUag aaetul In tka form 
ot maa«al work.. Mra. BarUatt. pro- 
taaaor at pubUa kaaltk nundng. Unl- 
varalty at W«rtUpgton, apoka on "Pnb> 
Uo Haaltk Nuialag." giving a raauma 
ot tka work wklek ta being oarrlad 
aa ta tkxt part of the Paotllo Ccaat 
la radaatag tko death rate aad oan- 
•enrtag child Ufa. Nuratng homaa 
aad rural auraiag ware tka aut- 
ataadlng faatnraa af tka wark. 

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Aa praatdaat at tka Adrlaary Gam- 
mtttaa 9t Waman'a InaUtutae. Mra. 
Blaakwaied-Wtlaman la 'praaldlng at 
all aiaaUnga. Today'a la tka laat la 
tba tkraa daya* aamlaa. 4ka pra> 
gramme being aa tollawa: / 
WBdaaaday, Oetokar St 

t:ta a.m.— Unatltuta raparta. Dla> 
cuaalon. Addraaa. Hon. Mr. Barrow* 
kkdatar of Agrtcultura. 'Xtoat-Raar- 
Ing la Brittak Oalumbla." Mra. V. 8. 
MaeXjachlan. Addraaa, Agrlenltaral 
Bducatlon aa a Maaal Force la Uia 
Cammunlty." Mra. H. B. Hallwrlgkt. 
BJI.A.. Supervtaer ot .School Gardena. 
Diacuaalon and auggeattona tor prac- 
Ucal co-operative mathoda In wmrk 
and tdoaa tor InaUtutaa. I^od by Mfo. 
Wataon. Mra. McNaughton. Mm. 
Brown. Mra. Whldden and otkern. 

1 p.m. — "O Canada." Report ot 
Reaolutton Committee. Unflntaked 
bualneaa. Roll calL Tea at Ooaarh- 
ment Houae. by kind Inrttatlan of 
L*dy Barnard. ' i - ■■ 

8 p.m.— "Tba Mapla Ldkt.^ Ad- 
dreaa, Hon. John Oliver. Bong. Ad- 
dren. Mra. SokoAoM. Bong. "A TUk 
on Aatronomy." lUuatratad lantern 
■Udea. Dr. Plaak«tt. ' Royal Observa- 
tory. VIetorta. "Qod Save the 
King." 



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SPECIALIZED DENTlSniY 

That's just what you get at this 
office— dependable dentistry that will 
wear welt and give the greatest satis- 
faction. 

Every aKPiiptiwi known to modern 
dentistryU axercMcd, so that no risks 
are run and no dangers are possible. 

We use the best recommended den- 
tal supplies — wa have modern appli- 
aacca — and the work we have already 
accomplished b a guarantee of satis- 
faction. 

For yow poaithra protactioA., we 
issue you our ten year guarantee. 
Officea arc open evenings. Dr. Gil- 
b«rt in attendance. 




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In those brave dasrs of '14 and 
M9^ they were indeed the idola of 
the Nation. To tiieir support Can- 
ada brought all that the weight of 
money could bring. 

And when they came to the 
furnace of their testing, wp acclaim- 
ed them proudly as af no common 

day. -lav. :v- 

^ Tippcirary" is forgotten, swept 
jffite a butterfly caught in a tornado 
or a catch of song in the throat of 
death. But Ypres, St. Eloi, Vimy, 
Hill 70, Passchaendale, Cambrai 
mtii Mons have placed its singers 
among the Immort a ls , *. - • ; — , 



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•ome of us are still but of yester- 
day—Canada proclaimed herself in 
the fight to the last man arid to the 
last dollar; •^};;: ,• 

/ Well has man played his fight- 
ing part. It is our Dollar that 
must now redeem the pledge. 



you wouldn't hesitate to iityest 

B^ thaiikftil thdii that it __ , . 

ended, mnd^iip^^^^ ' -'^"^;^?i^:'|-^ 

now is l]|ut to-lk^ 
the Debt^ of Hcmour. 

The ^pbit thsit moved you to 
buy Victory Bonds one yiakc ago 
and two yeara ago ahoidd itanpe| « 
you to buy them again. 

But civen if yoyt supt>redB that 
spirit— grant that you ttiay not— 
the* matertil advantage of tjbe in* 
vestment cahjlOt.ftdl to M|yt»pil to 
your good common sense. 

Think of it. Hie peerless aecur* ^ 
ity of amighty nation— a nation at * 
peace— the great uncertaiilQr of war 
past— and ^ interest When can 
you find its equal? 

Whichever way you look at it, 
if you are true to yourself you miiak 



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taa4ar wm fia.BM. 

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ta tiM VIctaata FaraWaro 

•a tho «Mk oa t itttog ky tfent 
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Board of Trade States AttiUide 
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itaaM ba ^p»WmI aaa Cbaft 
•aia ta amIlaMa If 
la taaaatfaca paity ta Um 
jMaa t ar >la«l— Um tktaa 

Um VIelariA Baava «r 
tU aaft ta raeaaa ftaaa that 
aaa Tvaa taaa a aw aa aatlrair bor taa 
at aaearii« m vaaaeUaa a( 

ntlB afeaanraa tlMt tiM lUval Oaaa- 

W i m a a aa t that taa 

I ha aa a par faat araachft 

Raaa ta 'VMatta. Tta 

ta aChar 

BHtMh Oflamhia part% 

M.ia. 

*mM nhafg t «ar pUatava ta Via- 
twia vaaia tharataia ha mpvrv^ 
■ataly aufc pw oaat «t tha eharga 
t» nU ata a a ta tha athar >arta 

*Ta tha opauaa af tha Vletarte 
Baara ar Tvaaaw thla la Um wurimaa 
i f a a taga aharia ^vanaataa at Tla- 
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tha ^aal atfunar Oraoa DaOar. ra> 
omtly j ar ^ h iat a oa tha Atlaatle 
oaaat bir.tta Oan aa iaa Robart DaOar 
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THE DAILY CX)LONIST, VICTORIA, RC WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1919 



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HAMUACUB* 

iTwiimwMik of YatM StrMl. 



DBATWI 

Kthal MMnro. r«»»4tii»- •« «•* WMii««» 

■LuBt «t lUM Bay C.m«t«ry. No «ow«r« 

CAIRJJ^-On lh» aWh twiU •< »|*J. 't'fi 

•Kcd »* ye«r«. a natlvo «t 8cotU»«l. ««»« 
la nurvlv,*! by fouf ■onu. , trh«-,. 

MB l^tooral Mom*. IgLW »>iV* ^? M?^ 
will take pUe« •■ Jn»»'g*»»„.^i,- "* ** 
3. -a*. Uurmen t at Bo— Ba y 0«m«l»ry. 

COOK— On October J«. 1»1». at «»•• rjal- 

Henw cook, a«e« »« y«ir«: bora at 

V>wMt«rt. Bngland. __^^_ ., ,. , _ „• 

The waalM ar« ropoMas •**«'• ^^'-S 

f^uioral Chap«l. from whonco i5o^»"»*X« 

irtn lako p>*co on WedaMday. October »». 

ctetlasr InteroMat wMI ba nado la Ro»« 

Bay Coa^nr.'^^ ^^^^ ^ 

■OtTSTW— On Ortob€T J». l»l». at JaMlaa 

Item SamUtoB Hou.toa. lato of Wlaal»«^ 
ai«d M ' yoara and • moalha. Born at 
Brnoaton, OnUrlo. . .w. n r- 

The wlialnr are repoainv at the B. C 
»5S5^rch.£SlSd,wTu"b, forwarded on 
Wedneaday to Wlnnlpec for Interment. 



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Qmaa* lUU, Oaariwg mprn K bar P«r»la 

■*» Hy> A<HWW la aXML 

(fil rm CKMT te« wm, mt% »•». mora 
'^Z ^wer. D. * aC AiaaUaer. Aek v«ur 
dealer. 



DIoaONlurs— "Man waa bora to r«l<>. but 
womaa oomeo alonc «ad beats him out 
of lk« Mk" DIcKon PHallMt Co.. Hi* flov> 
eraaent Straet. Thurnv * t*ttt> Shoe Store 
te aezt dow. Waterinan apd Mooru t'oan- 
talk Fww mm »3.» Ma> . 



WANTED 

AN Inatrurtor to teack AKT MlTAl* 
WORK la •■ c. K. SchooU: retaraeA 
men only need apply. . Apply witk aaali« 
aeatleaa ta 



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Gklet Indaatrtet T(«lak« Ikavccter. 



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'TV m«» lar a a »a> l pr aaarto; kftewladaa aC 
■rardenta* roaalred aad ta da t a tral we ' 
Indoor, ovtdaar: iived ref«r«««»^ Ivtari 
•oMkr nteinwed. Aa»ly Tadd. "RlyeraMi 
Uttle tjunlKntm; iMeiel « ddi na. IhiHMWl 
H.il.U. Vaacwueer laUad. 

>A?«ri>— -Bay ntter ackaal k wwa wttk 
btryrUw Toklo Dye WbHok MT Vy>r( 
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Oten. belOYed wife of Mr. Alex. Wlleon. 
Med S« yeara Bom at Olaawtw. Itcot* 

The'ramatna nr^ reportn* at the BLC. 
Funeral Chapel, tram wkenca tka J»«^ 
win t^e place on Tkursday at 1 >■«»• •a'' 



will I^KV ■"«•■' '^■* « —T; "■—■'. —T 

tewnem In Raaa Bay Cemetery. 

IN IUMOMAM, 
iWA|.LOW— la IflwtaB n>«>aaf3r ^.iXftfJ 
BllSn Swallaw. who departed thia life 
J OclSber SO. Itlt. 

One year haa iwaaiil aad atill I mlaa her, 
AiSiM may>l3» the wopnd U healedi 

But they little know the borrow 
Uea within my heart concealed. 

iBiriwtatf by Mta^,». carabray. itil Bavaa. 
kli7ir«[iae. Lmk* Hill. 



2*0 MEN WANTBO 

.' . , to oualify la 

KARN UiU MONBT 

A 8 automobile mechaaica aad drtvera 
Salary paid, from SKO to tSao per 
Otaath for aklUed men. Prom six to elKht 
weeka tralnln* will train you for oa* ot 
these biB-paylaK poaltlotia Knroll at 
HBMPaiU^ AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL 
4«1 B. (X J*ermaaent LKtan Bulldlac 
Victoria. B. C. 

A VTO mechaaica vara Mner mancy ky 
JSk, taklAK a special tralalax la laaltloa. 
«Ie«trlcal aad battery work. Why aat ba 
ti^a chief mechanic or superintendent T B^ 
eoMe an electrical expert. Special electrical 
claaaea now toqmtnit. 

HKMPHlLt. KLJK7TRICAL BNOINEBlUNtt 
8CHOOI4 

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lOBIAM 

SINCLAIR— m ever lovlac mjmory of Kr- 
neM Daniel fBrny) the feadty loyed 
and - ealy ' <attrvlvlnc> aon of Mra. ,J. D. 
and the late Daalel Sinclair, of Oxford 
Uouae, Wllleaden, London. Bm. who 
aaaaed away -at kla hom«^ %U McClura 
Btreet. October >•. 1»I*. and 9> yeara 
and four dayA A good and. noble aon. 
Navar abaant fram kla motker'a Ihoufht. 

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DAMCINO ACADBHT 

ALXXANDkA Ballroom. Blaaoka Boyd. 
teacher: 31 yeara* experieaca. The lat- 
^t dances Xraa Mew.. York. Boetoa and »>*. 
irraadaaa. Baataialier, the best la worih 
While. Private leaaona at temoona by ap- 

tpSttMasi. CMMm evenlnsa at T. Fhoae 
1« Canpbeti Bide 11 to !•:*• a^n.. ot 
talk av Aiexaadra BaUreooa ai f . a.aik 

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AUTO DJUVBS VBOM, VUnOBlA , 
nva-Paaseacer Gkr. ItU Madal. 
Moaat Oaujitas Park ....tl.M 

Uadooro Bay •........••••«••.•..•.••. *3«bw 

lioyai t^afc ■ . . • *^^ ...••••••^^••••^••« .#*>aa 

Cotwoed Uolt filHB ..•.....»•. ..••..•(<.<# 

ttaanichton •.••..•.•..•«■•.*••..*.••• .,AM 

k'airlcia Bay, ..............9t.M 

Maiaaat Suiamii •..•••..•••■•••••••• •9#*M 

kiaiabat Meeaio Loan ».t1.M 

J. UJUBJ<OALB 
lUI Balmoral Koaa Pkasa tttfb 



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A WBLL aslabllalled Life insurance Com- 
j3l, paav aH-m to- a live aKsnu a aood con- 
VI act. aad will uain any yoHoa man who 
luowB paallcieuvy tu aviiotlmr busliteas. Box 
cetoaiat. 



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IT ateel mud (uards ior cyciea. Pltm- 
toy A Kltchie. L.td.. 611 View Street. 

BOY Wanted to learn the' alsn and snow 
•card business. Don't apply If not later* 
cmetf. Manaer Hlmt Co. - ' 

I'^N'.T use tabl'v vinecar ' for pickica 
A^CaAoauti plcktlna vlneicar la made for 
that' ^tyraoae. Aak for It. '_ 

VXALLOWB'Bfl Masquerade. Cplwood Hall. 
XJi^rldair. Oetober tint. Danclnic » to 1. 
To«rik orcheatfa. Admission. &0c; retr«sta> 
ntuilfs. 



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ALLOWB'BN jance. Quren City Ohap-T 
Jtat, p'.fl.B., aiU hold Hallowe'en dance 
riaiy, October «1. K, of p. Hall. fart 
prtedtd^ tor retloL Tlcfccla 1& centa Fancy 
«r4fl|i> aptioaai. 

* . ■''■' — - — ■. — ^ 

ytALUOWBT BW concert and fancy dress 
JXarosramma dance Strawberry Vale Hall. 
Uc^Cocr SO, Uancea new and old. Prises 

ior *beat> ooatumea; refreahmenta Tickets 
Oc:. ehlidren. S6c. *'to 12 p.m. 



ISLAND TAXI AND TOUKINQ CO. Pta. 
bn O. Stinaon (late tOth Oordona). 
Manaiter 



PUONB 7I«— DAY OB NIOHT 



Corner Yates and Broad Rtrccu 



JU8T now on the maiket, oiir Utrat pro- 
duct, "Sweet MUltary Hellsh." and 
what you have bt-an looking for, combin' 
Inc sweetness wlili pep. The Western 
l-lrtrllnK Works. Limited. • 

JAMBS Bay Social club . Military Five 
Hundred at . ConnaURht SraiVien'n Inatl- 
tute. Hup^Tlnr Stroct. Thiirnrtay cvenlnjt at 
8;1S 'o'clock. Uo<>d time. (Tood pi'laca. 

MHS. Hhnpeon'a chlld(en'a claas will re- 
open la St. John's Hall. Saturday, 
Movambar 1. i:iQ. Younic atudenta* club 
Friday, NoVMpber 7. I o'clock^ For parilc- 
utara apply *17. St. John Street. 

DMB. New land. 41-.' Say ward BuiMlnv' 
Phone l»»tL Sulta. dressea wraps. 

'» AVTOa ATTOB AITTOB 

'U'IBW Car. tail Model. Raay and Cbmfort- 
J^ able rivc-Paasenirpr 

Cadboro Bay. via Uplands % l.sn 

Cordova Bay. 1 mite of enndv beaeh '.\eo 
Bl^ a xaood HAtel and' Oardrna ....... 3.-04 

Pe«p Cairo K'^halet lintel extra* .... 4. DO 

. Metrlmem. >iapiir Vnllc.v fi.no 

MalahM Drive to Mr«nl<- natlook ..... H.ea 

miawnlaan I.«ko. vis Mill liar lO.n* 

Ctowlchan I.ak>'. Inlnnd from l>uncan.. :«.00 
Falrk'la Bay. trees and cxi-cllont shade 4.o« 
These arlres are for tke vonllnuouH round 
Irta only. For waltlnit the chante Is 31.50 
fter hour. 

THOtt. J. SKBLTON - 
i;i«.Laa Aveaue ' . ■ Fhong ajiS 

UMMAOB dale at <ir Cormorant Street. 
Market Balldlnir. Ortotier 30. at II a.m. 



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AM. SOCiBTT. Ill Betmaat 

ikata m aa tk M ImM «r« Wad« 

,aM«ik._ '^aeret Doetrlaar' 

sMsalrara claaa 

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nmm. Ba tf a U aa Amy 

X —I. %H J j fck w II Btyo^ aty »a atoaard 
I* <pM. Uf. Fa* eaat-oB etaOilSik akoe« 
ta k k ti a. Bliaai«Ni^ faraltava ar •MtiilB« 
pm kava ■• • aaad «C P*aa« oa<a«t. 

Aaatltary Si. AadraWa mmt 

S achiv ttallawa'aa Daiais^ 

. ttm, |» lOTwa Otaawe Mall. 

OaMa. M«: i p j ia tfc«. 




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fW¥> t^ amMtioaa ma» w ara aKorla* aaa 

J- of the moat complete and «P'ta-dato 

vvi«mnlxiBK aad r«|raa4laii ao a r a ap la the 

caaatry. Qaallty aa w| assart valcKnlicr 

and be Independent. Mea trained In ttria 

trade ar« always In dantand at lanra* aal> 

arlfas. W« ara UwtallInK aap of the blmrest 

mad, most nuMera e<ialanieata made ta 

teadk yoii. '. Claaaea aow lasmiajt. 

-, ^HJ(MPHILL V.L'LCANIZIN<S SCHOOL 

toi B. C. Permaneot laoaa Bulldlns 

Victoria. B. O, 

, ^,1 ,. ill, I , .^ 

GAS TRACTOR, sf ATIONART AMD ' 

MARINE BNGINKSaS 

Wanted, i« flD biutdreda ^t v*eaat itoaltle^ 

~'K have a special dapartraeat tor thia 

work, wkerelii you are jtlven the very 

latest and most modem tralnlnir i>OBSibIe. 

HEMPHILL MOTOR AND Q.VS TRACTOR 

acuoota 

;Mt B. (2. Permanent Loan Bulldbui 
Victoria. B. C 

HBMPHILL TRADB SCHOOLS. LIMITKD 

The moet modem motor aehools In America. 

Branches at'Vaacoavar. B.C.. Wlnnlnex. ca|. 

can-, Edmontoa. Saakatoon. Realnv 

.VlctoHa and Portlaad. 

' For Iriformatlon aad Crae catalqktue. call 
or write Hemphill's Trade Sehdbla 401 B.C, 
Permanent Loan BIdir.. Victoria. B.C 

ADVANTAQBS — 80 mawy advaataiea la 
bualnees follow from Pelmaa tralalMl 
that ambitious men and women should not 
overlook the opportunity of "speedlnit ap" 
their proitreaa by this' famous system a( 
utllixInR spare momenta Thouaaada kave 
Increased their tncomee by thia method and 
aa U la eoadaotad confidentially by malL 
anyone may participate In Ita baaeflta Band 
toe "Mlad aad Memory." the remarkable 
beak that has keen asked for ■ ky tkoraa 
mlllloa people already. A free eopy will bo 
sent you. It yon will aend yoiu- aama, oe. 
oHpatlon aad addreaa to Pelmaa laatitata. 
Canddlaa Braack; TtOC Temple Bulldlnff. 
Toronto. 

AOOOD old felt r^-bJofked la a sood 
Inveatment. Victoria Hat Works. Broad 
and Fort Btroeta 

BB8T ateel mod cuarda for cyciea. Pllm> 
ley A Ritchie. Ltd.. Oil- View Street. 

"DOT with bicycle. Owl Drue Stoia. 

ONFIDKNTIAL — Uaa" Tonlfoam — cura 
baldness. Ask your d'racclst. SOc and 
▼1*0#. 

lAKVAHSBR. experienced: , cood maaey 
for worker. Colonist Box 3 1 S3. 



K. AmstlBaa. 



AT Tka Ladled AsaacF. U« 8a»«aid 
Balldla«: Parloirmald. >«i: ka«iao- 
parlormaMa. lU, •*•; huuae varloriaalU, 
uatl)', Bood aalary: huuaemald. »3e: wo- 
man,, tuienaeuai^ vaaklas aad kauaawork. 
ISO; awMiaaa, caaatry katel, H*. kaaaa* 
keepera. •*•. •«•: seaeral kvlpa. tt«; adak* 
cvaen^ «M Ip I4&, ^ 



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B8T alael mud suarda tar oy«lea. Pilm> 
Jcy * BItcklts i.td.. «11 View Street. 



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RESSMARBH.' bV day.' Phone &ISS. 



rienced. me«. Phone . Uudaoa 



l^-^URNITURB Crated, akipped and removed 
•f , by uuerlenced mop. Ph 
u rea., >»4; liTft ^a te a Street. 

rrixu IBT Aoaaanrork. tr«n f ^« r ttny. 

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^kaae'MM. 

IRL ab9ttt It tar Itckt koaseworlc trom 
t to « dally. Phone »4tS. 



LABlkM' Fetta. Veionrak ta<dy«d 
blacked ta teak Uka aawk VMtafta'Mat 
Werka Mraad aa« Van. 



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CO-OPERATIVE Bulldlnc Company, fKOO 
cash. Exceptional opportualty la belnx 
offered for a fen- handy ' mea. carpenters, 
bflcklayero. plaaterera palaleia. alambers. 
electricians, etc.. to become shareholders In 
a Company now belnir formed alone co-op- 
erative lines who are prepared to erect a 
number of houses In the city. The present 
time In very opportune for bulldlns. stid we 
firmly believe ' that every ahareholder will 
K9i very irood returns fflr his Investment. 
Men read the alirns of the times: the trend 
of all business today Is towards complete 
*o-opcratlon. We are ori^oared to' offer yoa 
a position which will pay yoa Rood waircii. 
ana at the same, time you ran feel that you 
have part ownership In the oraanlsatlon for 
which vou are wnrklnir. If you are Inter- 
eated kindiv iienil f»ill particulars and phone 
nijmber where possible, to Box 20»S. Colonist. 



SCHOOL or millinbrt 

LEARN one ot the beat paid profcaaloaa. 
Kni^l now In tile School of Milliner)'. 
i>ully qualified laatructora. AiMtly B. C 
Permanent , Loan BlUi^.. Koom «tl, batwaea 
7 and k only. 

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tSbiWiNU Maokiae Btckaa«e^ Ul« Qavara- 
y meat Hum*. Fhaaa diad. ■ 

QTBWOOHAPMJiUi KwHaymaai d«»arf 
O BMCt: traa aa i a i aa. Varna aad nstatar. 
waited Typewrtter Ca.. I.id.. 1«« Fact Kb 
Phone «T»A 

T^'OORAPHKR waited for local firm.! 

Apply Klvlnx aae and experience to 

co loaia t B ox 31 »o. • 

fpONIFOAM — Honeat kair toalc aad daa- 
••■ drufl cure — not perfumed water. toa 

aad, »l.ttO. 

WANTED — Woman to do K^aaral hoaapp 
work: all evenUun frae: aleep la or 
out. Apply Box l»in. Colonist. 

WANTED — Application for lady auperta- 
teadaat. ChemalniM Oaaeral Hospital. 
Addreaa Secretary. 

'ANTBD — Aaalataat nurse for QuK 
lalaada Hoapltal, Oansce. undcrrrad- 
uate or (radaate. Apply, atatlac ave. ex- 
perience and salary required to Matroi^ 
Qanaea B.C. 

111 

WANTED — Capable woman tmlddte a«ed 
preferred), for kauaework. Apply tit 
St. Charles Street. 



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WANTED->-dejieral help, mother's help, 
or Klrl to assist with children and 
housework. 830 Li nde n A ve. Phone tSOOY. 

WANTED — Peraon to help with housework 
and chUdraa. 1118 Pandora Ave. 



WANTED — Girl or mother's help for tw« 
children. Mra A. F. Mitchell. Jpmea 
Bay Hotel. 



W.\NTKD — Good leaeral .aervant to cook 
fnr three adttlta. help mind and do 
wasMnr for ta-o children: Kood home and 
waves :o rlitht persons Colonist. Box SIOl. 



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ANTED — Ralealady. Apply morninca. 
the Famous Store. 1>I4 Government SU 



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i-.'i »' -tir at kJmi(<. 



WANTED— Kxperlencad power machine 
operptora, at Turaor Beetoa A Co.. 
shirt and 'Overall factory. Wharf aad Baa- 
tloa- Street. ^ 

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UR6B FOR MARINERS, alao STEAM 
BNniNEKR.<). 
lAterpatlonal Correspondence Schools 



12:3 DouRlaa St. 



Ail. Parlirulars Frea 



NOTICE 
RETURNED MEN 
I^XCBPTIONAL opportunity Is belpc of. 
A J fered for a few handy men. carpen- 
teAi. bricklayers, plaaterera, patntnrs. plumb- 
era, cleclrl^lana. etc., to become ahareholdera 
la a company now belnir formed alonir co- 
operative lines who are prepared to erect 
a numl)er of houses In the city. The pres- 
ent time la very opportune for bulldlnc. and 
we firmly h«|lrve that every shareholder will 
«et very nood retumn for hri» Inveatment. Men 
read the slKna of the times: the trend of 
all l>iisln<'a!i tiiday la towards complete co- 
opeiatlon. We are preparaft td offer you a 
poslilou which will pay .vou aood wsces. and 
at th# aame time' you esm- Vert that vy>tt 
"'i^'._''*'"* ownership In thj praqnlsallan for 
which you are working. Ifyou are Inter- 
cjited klndlv send full partleulars- am> phone 
number where itoaalble. to Bex 5118 t'ol- 
onlat. 



GARDENER wanted, slnRle preferred aa 
partner in arowlnx' libtlhfss: mostly 
fruit. 11,000 at least required.. Box 3044. 
Colonist. 



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OOD all . round man . wanted. Mab«r. 
BluiMtetfs Station. 



riOOD wanes for home work. We need 
V» you to make aocka on the faat. easily 
learned Auto Knitter. Experience nnnecea- 
•ary. Distance Immaterial. Positively no 
canvasalnjt. Yarn aupulled. Psrtlculars Jo 
stsmp. Dent OOC. Auto Knitter Co.. Toronto. 

T IVK wire salesman for calendar and nov- 
*-^ city line. Qoml contract for capable 
salesman. Experience preferred bat Aot 
neoeaitary. HlKh-clawi Canadian CPmpany. 
Send references and iletalla of aualincationa 
Apply Hox 657. l.,ondon. Onl, 

]l I KN to < ome and cat moup, ataw. Ilah, pie, 
iVX poddlnir. tee or rofft^, for «»c. Library 
t^afe, opposite J.J|>ra ry. 

WANTED 
"^RWI.Y-fonned Western {tales Compaay 
A.'^ wants llv, wire to handle hualneas In 
Victoria. Call at R<>om 30a Woalholma Mo- 
tel. tietween 10 an d 4 o'clock today. 

PRESS feeder wanted. Aypiy Coloalat Jab 
L><'pariment. 



RBLIABLB tfT^ laad. wacaa MO: cotta«e 
and gardea. Apply H.B.. Ckomalaua 
P. O. " 

4JALB8MAM to sell pood Investment; bank- 
►-' Ins reference*: only «ood live mea 
need aunty. Box gt3>. Coloalat. 

iJHIP AND HOUSB CARPBNTBR8 AflO 
KJ others. ATTENTION: W# waat tm- 
madlately cari><>ntcrs and handv men. Cur- 
rent waxes paid. Expeot to work all Wlatop 
and next year. Balfdina Is actfve here. T«M 
■ a co-operativa balldlMr i iiiii— j amall 
Investment reqalrea: men share Si proflla 
Bataal Coaaonwitian ,Vn.. VML. '. TM Doa*. 
malr Straet. Vaaeowver. B.C. 

IB uiianat care la exerctaed la iha kan- 
dllna of rear famltar* wke* HaAaow 
- -ava von. dnio»e 3JM. 

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V^'ACAWT— Two «oad Cel— 1> ^ rwat^ ti? 

' la t^aid Bay. the Mfcar aantrai. Two 
■52? ■* te! < * b | " are Bsadsd to an iIUm. 

— *>■• iava Meyria. A*^ wO l ltoa l 

ay at Tke C o l oalat CB<aMa|laa no. 



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'ANTED — General help for small family. 
W^anes t30. S43 MIehlitan St. 

YOITNO cirl for half daya (momlnis) to 
take c'harke of child, l^alklnir. and help 
Vn house. Phone 311 4R. 

amjATioNs wurmnn Mftiiiii » 

ADVEltTISER desires poslUoa as plotara 
framer. Apply Box 1103. Colonist. 

BUTCHER, Kood all-roiuid. doalrao poal- 
tlon. Phone 6370. 

lUlT steel mud (uarda for cyciea Pllm- 
ley A Rltchia t..td.. til View Street. 

fiUlHmm laterproter aad traoaUtor. 
yj L. N. Wln « OB. Pkooe IMt. 

practical, requires work at 
or out. Phone 3494R. 



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CIHAUKFEUH. S years' experience., wants 
J position, private, truck Or Karate work, 
wllllnit and reliable: excellent refercacoa: 
married man. Box 2073. Colonist. 

EMP1X>YMBNT ARcncy— U N. Wins On. 
Chinese employment aaeacy. Phono 

I a 38. 

ELECTRICIAN, • tiaed to constnictlon, 
mslnt«nanco and aeneral power work. 

desires iwsltlon. Rox J 009. Colonist. 

. , — ■ II — i. .. ^.^..^.^^ 

Ir«XPERIBNCBD sardener desires work by 
-i day or week. Turnbull. :21l Shakes- 
peare Street. Phone 4377 R. 

JI^XPERT mechanic and driver tretumed 
■^ man) desire!! position in ffaraire or driver 
of truck; ten years' experience. Apply 
Ho x ll»7t. Colonial. 

ARDKNER, expe^len^ed. requires work 
by day or week. Phone 4777R. 



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UTRL clerk wants sltoatlon, day or 
niRht shirt. Colonlat Rox 3ISt. 



POSITION wanted by married man: knowl- 
editc of hookkeeplnr and aeneral store 
work. Box 2M7. Calonbit. 



RIETURNBD man lalmrer waala work: 
to horsea Phono 17*0 beiwaao I Pwaa. 
and 3 or S and 4 p. m. 

RETURNED soldier wants job: a real 
handy man at anythlna: exnerleneed 
car and truck drivers Box 1 374. Colonist. 

Y\^ANTKI>— Small fruit farm to lo^ after 
vV fnr Winter months: manrted man.', Box 
;i40. C<ilowla«. B 

WAMTBD — Posltiea la gtamiiiinima me 
record sales deoartment or repair de- 
partment; experienro la Baatem Caaada. 
Box 1»4». Colonist. • 

YOUNG man, well exporlcaeed, woald llkp 
Job as driver for eUbor ear or track- 
ran do own repairs. Appty Boa M7I. Ool- 

onlaC , 

ef£\ FBH CBMT Icaa laa laorv pep. more 
'•^^ power. D. aad R. Ampimor. AaM yaw 

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MAKB aaaaav at kaaaa. Taii caa 
trom «l to 91 aa Aattr ta yoar 
lUaa wrttlas akaw oarda; qaMtly aad aaally 
laataad; ao oaavaaatac; »o taaoA yaa Aaw 
aad aall yoar work. Write today far fall 
partlcalara Amerioaa Show Oard dekaal, 
■W Mytto Bids.. Xaaca aad.Skatar BtraaMk 
Toroato, Caaada ' 



$10 



#1 n— THBHB wUI ba m««A lalatctas 
VJLvr srot Faaco Ckriatawa Oraaioat tm> 

aclaable demand tor *aar aaolaalvo bat aat 
aapeaelea Frtvata Ckrtatntaa UraotUut Carda. 
Roptooeat Caaada'a ol* aatabUahad kaaaa 
witb cvlebraied UHtUk Royal Mertoa Maka 
tea to twoaty doUara dally. Masalweaat 
Sample Book (rao. Special terma Kapotl* 
eaca or capital Wnoeciimary. Bradley Coak> 
paay. Uro l ted. Braattord. Oat. 

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A OAV la bolas earned by aar asaaia 
rtskt tktooitk the Fall. aoUlaa aar 
hlak claaa Peraoaal t}ipet|BR Xataa Carda la 
aparo ar tall time. Save your owatamora M 
par jsaai. No outlay or eaaorloaoa. Wdk^ 
Brttiak-traaadlaa Pabllaklaa t>».. Tataata. 

•e:— FBI VATS ChriataMa srootlac oard 
Vt^ sample book traa: raareaaatativaa 
already maktam ave ta tea dollara dally. 
Mradley-tiarretooa Compaay. Braattaid. Oa« 

KUVCATkMSAi* 94 

APPUCATIONS ara tavltod tar tka »aa|. 
Uon of tieneral.Waoretdry ot the B. CL 
Xaadutta' Federal laa iliitlaa ta ~fr»'*-^''-T*r 
Jauuary Jlsi. 1»30. 

Applfcaata maat kayo oxporloaoa la ar> 
saaiaatiua Work, a tkoraaith kaowladca at 
tko toachlBK protoa^ita. and mast ao ram- 
petoat to take fall cbarao ot ooatral amoa 
of I->doratloa.- 

Initial aalary UiOM aar aaatua. aad traa. 
ellkK expeaaea - 

Apply Klviui; quaiiflcatloaa exparloaea. 
etc. .oa or before November l&tk. to "I 
rotary," B. C. Teachers' Federatloa.\Ri 
♦0> Campbell Bl,tly.. Victoria. B.t:. ' 

'^BNTLElfAK. axsert in PItroaa'a ahart- 
VT hand, la desirous of ' takiad a tow 
puplla Indlvldaal InatruaUoot Kvoalas^ 
phone isirr. 



WRNIBHSD aOMB BKA» 

A oirr voB BOMaoKa 



cuuunxu> — 





EXPBirr dvea prtvato tattloa ta book- 
keoplac. ntatMunatlca. etc. Phono 
•MOB. -Box tU« - - -^- 



ntatnunatl 
ua OoHy * 

allany^Bpai 
ildioK ItalU 
\:y\. Btoni 



PHKMCB. imiany^apaalak Loaaeaa by a 
returned soldier. Italian University srad- 
uate. Addrem:^/^. Btondl. Room 314 Ulb- 

iH-n-Bone BIdr. 

O. -TQIAOM. H.A. . «Cambrtdsa>. Bwr^ 
• aay Ual^hta <:aaaaaiUit Atraaaa, Mt. 
TaUala, takoa arivato poUla Proparatloa 
tor Bacllak Pablto Sokoob^ Oakaraa^ Btsk 
Sekool. Ota Bxpoitoaoodi oxcelloat teatH 
moBlala. 

PRIVATB TalUon, by oxporleaeod teaoherT 
In achool aubjocta /for backward stu- 
doBla or caaea of negleeted oducatloa 
PhoBO 443R. 

1(UBSM«0 HOUB 
-vrURSINQ Homa »>• Yatea Stiaat. FBaa* 

SHORTHAND BCROOU lOll Oaoaoi^ 
moat St. Shortkasd. 'tyaavrittaa. haak> 
koopiBB thoroaichly taaskt; Ktadaata* BU- 
ten sood itooltioaa. a. B. Macmlllaa. prta- 
cipai. PkoBo 174. 

SPECIALIST coachea liackward puplla: 
terma moderate. Box 1131. Coloalat. 

IN61NG and llcht roadlnz claaaea Tka 
Olrlar HlRh Sohooli Fort St.. Moadaya 
aad^Tkutadaya at T:30. Teacher. Prat, j; 
tk. Town. Addreaa. 11«* Leonard. 



at 
kaacalaaB te 
Oa tka sjraaad Baar 

S^;ss«aT^t£ tLJt 

aak daara koam ealUMm tarao 
aa«i Srailaaaa. aad all kfUt-tp 
aaataraa. amaka 
kUekaa wtOrai 
aad kku: niiaa 
la vktta aaamol. kai. 
fl a i Baa aaafcaa t da aad ki|Ut< 
arlBdaw aail: fiiUy awii^- 
raom aad talM. laraa kaatad 
eapkoardi asaalaaa Aall lac 
aa t^ kac fc_^ ^'y **** -. ,9!?-?*t- 

tor two aMra kodtaama la tim 

• kaaaaaoat. arhlah haa t«U caaaaal 

Saar^ ta aa axtra latsa taraaaa 

.._ .^ sractlcaUy^ aow. laaadnr taka. 

^ elatkea ekato. aad saad eaa- 

f. kaarda. Thia baaoa waa kaUt bar 

the awaor for a h« 

at coat, aad all the eaaamoat 

Froach wtadawa ara at la 

dlamoad alaaa with aoUd htaaa 
taatoalBsa: okaleo oleotrte Bttlaaa 
Sao lawa aad aardea wHh 
aico okado irooa The 
tana aro oomaloto aad la 
clam coadlttaa. 

Baally Worth I1.1M 

BACRIFICB >IU(» ••.»••. 

WOUU> BB BOU> WITHOUT VtOU 
MMH I HOB Ut PWlB i eP 



«oitas% 

- Jt. «»ty 

orntar. alaatrle Uaht. i kaaod. oktakoa raa: 
***^..^^ 5*^ awMM marymsa a< ITk*. 
aayahia la throo yaara Aaal y TilUsl aa avo. 

( t»an« 

_ . . .. It. 

t. taisa lot. law 

ii ;^^ ^_ta wa will aau tar 

%1.CMl aa laima 

H. AMMjUtf?*'**' *'^.*"Sl HOWBXX 
J*l \*alea Bank BvUdtaa 



kttacalaiA 




fVAUUAS 

*^ pooaaoa bttaaalaw. with __,_ 
atractod naw ot SuaMa w« maaaa 

STthtla* l3Ro£rS6a*gl»SS 



■MAMI twith loal 

ftWUfWOOD UBT, 
a: vanr aaat ai 

^ s&raa^Sma.: 

saaa: Usht 
pAUtfti 

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aaAattia«U«% tally 
laTM.!-- 



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raaao aad m- 
ifllMA 
tally a aod o ia. larca 
laata tar MIl 



tha salt llaka « 
taraaca. hook 



at. hea m ad ooUlajm. kallt-la dtoaaar 
I kad r oo a a. aaap ptko 



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'EVBBT «r.— Maar JabSa^ HeaSSC^ • 
>& aaaiaa aaodora. alea laA law iBTsa- 

B 



aaadara. aloa laL la' 
Iva Vnumiaw: uLr 



aUiaetlva Vnumiaw: If^lM: 

_ ^f **• caah aa tiada tar ^a«ar aan 
n BNAr-^ Maeka tram Fart Straat oar. 

k»t. 



_ „ tally aMdeia.. aloa lot. 

Msht tana: aaly IMM: 



QAK 



BAT: Bxolaalya atroat. 1 raama: av- 

orythlaa at tho Tory beat: larao 

' lot. kOt. X IM tt.: latass. load 

sardoa. CANNOT MB MATBN 

AT M.1M 



G° 



iRtj B; Fai'lits fill! paikt t 

■alow, hat water hoatlas. 
ballt-la toaturoa aaram 
tOklckaa hoaao. 8MAF AT 

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BUT till VICTOKT BONOB 



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BAurmii 



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«a Cdhtrai Park: 



•Sft. 



15C 



wa BoaltK 



BIO SACaiPlCB. Oak Bay. aa aalaot raal- 
daatlal road, (-roam haaaa. oa bte lot. 
Owner maat aoU thia waok aad will aat 
rafaao any roaaaaabta oBar: a MAMlao aa 
For partlculara appfv BRIGHT A JOM: 
Moody Block. Pkoao Tit. 



fTBRMpN Prof 
V M.C. B«»a t-ll. 



ktory School, Goldatroaat. 
Larcoat la latdrlart 
Id aaraaa (BasUkhl. 
CBaod.) Aacaatliaa 
tCaatah). Head maataa. 

uvsao 

DOHINION Acadoaay ot Muaio. oar. V«tt 
aad Cook. Madame Webb. MXS.1A 
TU It.A.M. auecessea (34 tbta year.- laelad- 
Ita Ucoatlatet. Phoae 1311. 



BANJO, viouit, ■madolla. caltar. okalolo 
aad ateel sv^tar. Thirty yoarar taaah* 
lac. axperfoBco. |LM per ' laaaaa; • laaaaaa 
tor lU. 

PLOWRIGHTB MTOIC SCHOOb 
Brown Block. UiC B(«ad Straoa 
Phoao KM Boa phaao UllTI 
Hotuo 1 t o » ym. 

RNBST SKMPLB, vtoiwlot aad toachar: 
Lata lot Caaadlaa DIvtatoB Concert 
party. Fraaco. Orckoatra a«ipplt«d. 1141 
Mitchell St.. Vletorta. B.C. Phoa* 1T4T. 

HAWAIIAN Steel. Onltar ^aod Ukololo. 
lauiiht to play In six to twelve wcoka 
by the only Hawaiian teacheiwin B.C., J. K. 
Atoherley. Phone 770. 



M 



IBS Clartaaa Davloa: pmoo aad 
lUl North Park. Phone SITZ. 



MISS Bdlth GoochSkaa. A.R.C.H.. 
pt piaaotcru idid theory. . ill \Ooa- 
atacoo AvoBue, Kaaklmalt: lata •( ^M** 
eroool. Bng|a'«A 

nAKOFOBTWi ■ -"* 

RB it! 8BMPLB — Plaalat aad ea- 
portoBoed tcaekor of piano: aaollB ara* 
pared tOr oxamlaatloia If dsal r ad 1141 
Mitchell Street. Phone 1T4T. 

TENOKBS WANTED M 

mBNDBRS are required for auadry. repalra 
X to be made to the Centonalal Church 
property, suck aa patnUnx. cantontorlBib 
brtok and calvmitaed Iron work. For apocl- 
llcatlons apply 1203 Wkarf Street. 

POOSES FOB BAIiB 



riBNTRAU aaoaa 









<'XARPBNTBB*8 

moot completed: 
caah. Crown Realtv. 



ItM 



halaaca 
DOMVOBVA UXTTBD 



BLC 



p^ 



OA2t TOO BO 

haagklaBi wHy 

haOt-la faataraa oaaa Sroalaoo. 

aTIIA Uzm. 



fTtAIBflELD— l-raomed modera buncaiow 
M: la Kood locality, comoat baaemeat. opea 
Sroalhoo. 1 hadrooma dialaa roosa. UvIbji 
rooaa. hitchea aad aaatry. bath aad tatlot: 
~ lat. rrtea 14.1M. tatma 



ftuamm II«.''«a hlshly Salahed 1 

\J haadhlow with every modera coavoa 

ASBaai aasaa^. ^tasfla l^a. jk*aa aaate -— .* 

w h aat; aalaadM viow. ^rtea M.1M: tetaaa 



I B. HAHILiTOIf * BON 

PhaM tMd IN Pomhortaa BMa. 



JP ^ aSj a aauash ay kwaa lal. taalaa twa 
Kattaa. ttS nSa £? Ttotari^^^aA 




Af«***«" BTIIBBT— l%.atarF 
•■* madara bttaaalow. coa^*'" 



235 



MMwM^ 



a ret ''•••»r=^^ itahMTTSi. dSi: 
ichoa aad throo bedrooms ; toll 
atajd corneal haaomeatl Kraaco. 



laVHt alaar tkla 

-V lav a w aa s a t^raam haasalaw. mod* 

aaad %aad laoal Iota iaat oataldo «lty 
la: law tana Phaaa Owaar. IIITU 



TJtiCnt Bale— Four rooma Bice locatloa, 
J tl.lW; tdrma U aalt. Phoae loiB. 



at njft MM 



A SFBCIAIt 



••BOOM HOUBB AMD »« 
I.AMO - 



or 



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LuSB ta dty. withia IM yar«B at •. Q 
Blobtria HaOwar Statlaa aloeMa IB^t. 
^ »haao aad city watar! 1 
lahod thraaahoat. wHh hardi 

all dowaataira raaaaa aad . 

kltehoa ritoplaoaa la drawtafraam aad 
Uvlbc-room. uoam coUlasa aad sMMtlai. 
Ftoat oad haok ataira t kidinwd. wtS 
1 kathrooma aad 1 tollota: alaaplas Bat ch . 
llaan oloaeta aad hox rooaaa aH ha«> 
r aa m a. hathrooaaa aad d>awtas*raoaa Ba« 
lahe<l In ...«>... kaaiuvl aaA the vary heat 
harawara l*lumbia« is tne very beat that 
caa ha ahtalaod. AaaadiF taaa a( whlta 
pa r ca l ala aad padaatal haala la hathcaaaa 
oa aalto with twa bedraoaaa Uot air ttw 
imoa . Orohard at varlaaa klada at traM. 
aad larao akado traoa t i oak ai ' ^ — 
" Thia 



ana tarao anaao iroaa t* aaa 
Stahia aad athor oathtrfidlaBa ' 
orty haa haaa takaa avor bar tha 
aad la tar aala^ laaa thai haU 
Bar titfthar aattiealaia aad assa 



Bar titfthar pattlMlaia 
vtow oali at my ^ 



haU Ita 



ABTHUB UMBHAM 
1M« 



PAI 



OAK BAT HOME 



At-room modern buncaiow, Bampahlia 
Road. Oak Bay: lot 40x130. The baa< 
■alow Is well flnlshed throushout. The bed- 
rooms and bathroom are in white eaamai, 
all bollt-ln featureo. with a aood aardea. In- 
clodlnic apple end plum treea cklckea houaa, 
eta Price 14.000. 

. ■ ) ~ 

CHARLES F. EAGLES 

Eatraacc Sayward Block 

Phono till 



APHTTLTIEPQUE bunifalow of Stc bright 
rooms, dinlnyroom and living-room, 
panelled and with beam celllnso; all hlada 
of kallt-Ia featurca; fan eomeat baaooieat 
and <a spteadM Kol.a-aier beatlBC pteat; 
opoa llreplacea, sarace and chicken houaea; 
standink tn a largo garden nicely planted 
witk shruka aad trooa: pleaty of fnOt and 
Itowers: local^-d ia oae of our beat real- 
Urntlal districts: vrt0 low taxea For Im- 
mediate sale 13.700. 

H. AMPHLBTT O. C. HOWKLL 

101 Union Bank Boltdlas. 



K. B. UBATH 

1111 Douslaa Straot 

CLARK Strdet — ^Tkla aMdara T-room aeaa* 
huBsalow. doaa to oar aad achoal. 
Bico lot, cooMat haaomoat, piBod tar 
fwrBoco: daly |l.Ma: tirtaa, 

EAST Victoria, claaa to tero oar Haaa 
Thia modora t-room haaaa soIbb for 
twp-thlrda tho coat ot halldlac tha 
houao today: only tS.tM: tanaa 
IRFIELD— Thia s«mi-buacalow oa Ua- 
doB Aveaao. with faar ba dt aoai o . Uv- 
iBs rooaa dialas-room aad /Wtohoik 
Itallt-lB buffet. BrcBlaco, faiAaea. foil 
comoht baaemeat aad cara^: miMt ho 
\ aoid. Immediate p n maa al a a ; oaly 
$4,300: terma 

flWlfe very ehoico home la a aaleet dla- 
■*■ trict, four bedroonaa. bathroom, llaoa 
cloost aad larae clothea preaaeo aad 
aleeplnir- porch up: aad extra larao Uv« 
iBB room, dlalacrooai, kltckoa aad 
roooptloB hall down. Tko lowor Boor 
haa hl«hly pollahod oak Soora. haUt- 
la btUlot aad larce ehlaa eloaata^ opaa 
Srpplaco aad a tally haUt-la datoh 
kitchen, larso cooler aad wood and 
coal lift; tho haaemoat haa a kot- 
•water furaaco witk amMo radlatlaa. 
closet, laaadry-traya, saa pmta aad 
fruit rooma etc: larso lot with sar- 
as* aad chlckoa raaa: tho Bh ol c aa t 
hay la tho city, oahr ••.100. 

fTIOUB a«rea.^ite^ Carey Road, with aaaall 
4 -room buBsalow. city water piped by 
jlhta property: alao electric llsht aad 
tolOphoae: oaly lAllA 

ESQUIMALT— lib aeroa with alco 4-roaaa 
cottaae. coaalderahle ciearlai; fartly 
foBced. oa the mala SocdA Bead. 
cleoe to achaoi: olty water, elootrto 
llcht aad tclephoao: the aoB la aa- 
aorpoaaod for email tralt^ otc: oalF 

^t.ita. 

Wo hav* maay other cood haya GaU at 
aSco tor partlculara. 

B^ K. BBATH 
1113 Dotictaa StrOet 

. CAVB A liAUNUBRS . 
JOOI Laasley Staaat 



FOBBAIfB 

UUXBTtBtA-^ttraetlvo Boo-roam 

<■? aad saraca oleao to Boacoa HBI 

Park: laanh oaat axtorlor. latortor 

Badah at hish arder: hat water 

koatlas at vary hoot, loaded slaaa 



Blaaaa; vary attraothra llvtac . 

Ittukar MK:doa u tt. hr it tt: 
JklMhoa tt tt. hylS tut paatry. raeoB- 
tlaa halU 1 tt. ky 14 ft.: oatraaoa 
oaatlhalo: twa kodroama adataba 
\l% tt hy 14 tt each: hatki 



aaparata toUot: box raom: pro- 

a aaado tor addlUoaal bedroom. 

tt hy It tt: tall alaa oaaeroto 

imoBt coacrote walka: lot U tt 

. IM tt Prleo «t.tM: cJmA lAtM 

Owaor. Box 14tt. Oaloalst 




r»loo oaly «4.Mt: tonaa 
ONTABIO SntKBT-Baacalaw *C 

2U^^ ^."^.^f? kaktry. two bed. 
tt^*..'*" .•*^c«»aat baoemeatt 

J*ao sivo yoa tall atoad k>t oa Codar 
Hiu^oaa. PHoo tar whola •t.uot 

JOBT OFF StnPBBIOB BTBEBT. ta caoA- 
*• lacatkta— Sta-room aaodera kaaca* 

5roj^a»^«?!^k4l*tt«a 

^f^liSSat'-ta-SS^aSS 
waah toba; caraaa Tkla arooarty 
la IB Srat-olam ouaditioa. aad la a 
baraala at tka artco. tLlM: torma 

IX^ALTON 8TRBKT— Five-roomed modrra 
kaacaiow. «oatalalBc aarlor. oaoa 
areplace; dinlnc room, opea Br*« 
»lae<^ bout-la boBet aad wrttlaB 
deaA: kitchen: two kadranma wttia 
•araa clothea clooet la aaeilt tall 
al a ad cement fcaaomaat ~ 
M,tTt: lomaa 

'DV8UBT Btrool — Stx-roam 

^aao alow. coatalnlna aarlor. opea 

■iBBiaoa aHdlBc doora to dlaiaj 

room; dlalns roMn witk hallt-la 

aaffet: kitchen and oaatry: tkrai 

SSiK^"- *IL'!1^«'«»A'»»" elaaet la 
each: nnen dooat; ateoplas paith. 

There Is a fall slaod cemeat hoar 

ment with tnraaco and statloaarp 

SSir .lVf«= *•» to ft X IM tt. 
Prtoo IMTS: terma arraaitod. 

HARBINGRR AVENUE, oa hich CTOaa4 
la Fal rdeld — Flvoiroome 
••WSlawr coAlhlalnjr recei 
dkriar with oaoa Hroplaoo 
la'aMta dtatnc room, 
pantry; two bedrooma 
t!S*P*l'i* *^cOl tv" alaad h^jJBiiBk 
with faraaeo. All tho -to 
aalow are laroe. aad the 
deep. Price ll.Tta: t« 

MAT STREET. OB tko MSB ai% IH« 
atory buacalaw of t laoaa^ ataBala« 
las parlor, oyoa Sreplaco: MalaB 

room: kltckoa: tkreo '^ 

with olothoa clooot la ^ 
**^ haaemoat; alped t>v 
Prlco ll.T(t: terma easy. 



M 




ILflNTO Stroot — Blsht-roooaat SH-otarJl 
•***■ hoaae. coatalalBs »artar, asaa B(ao 
placo: dialac room. haOt-Bi haCOti 
dM. kltehoa aad aaatrr: taar saaMi 
alaed bedroma wlthdothaa oloaet la 
each: bathroom aad toUot with 
extra totiot dowaalaira ThU homo 
haa hardwood Soora with tall daad 
cemaat ha ao m a a l. wash traya aaA 
<araaoa. d«.Ut: tonaa 



17IAIBVIBU> haasalaw ot Svo woU-ar- 
J7 raasad raami^ isloo bollt-la Ostairaa 



it with 
atat (Ml lat IMa la _ 

h aaaa with loM at ll«ht aad a Baa 
Maw. filrt ahaas at ti.tM> ~ 



Ml Uklaa 



il C aOWBIOi 
BalMlBB. 



L*OfUB ladlaa* as u aad B a a d ayeiea tOr aaia 
JT Bltmlar * Rltohlo. Ltd.. Ul Vlanr St 



G«ri 

Baajo. 



>mK MLtttw U.«ta 



tt.Ma crawa 



aa aiah. 



Matrtot— 1- 
£owr Smity. 



* oa Ma lot. 
ar tariMtaia 



G 



Faralahad 
•l.tMk Orawa Baaliy. 



aa Ik- 



rODBOM 



'BBOOBBN I naaitd haasalaw aad •■ 
in. roamhd ahaok tor aala alaaa ta Wll- 
law* aart lat tdklM: ahaak la plaaiarod aad 
aaaaMaA with water, tallat aad elocttto 
gSfWjM^o^^roat Mr MC - 







\r«C«-UBB 

•«■. aUaod alx.oooahad l«->iorr. a 

coBtalataur oatiaaeo hall with dro- 
place: parlor tohdiod la whlta 
eaamol. wHh craio aad tBoa ta 
match: diniBc raom kaamid aad 
paaallod with aa l aa t ad Br: kHchoa: 
lama BoBtry. Thaia ara thraa aood 
iilaed bedrooma. with olothoa clooem 
la each, aad iar«o hathraom: tall 
,, alaed cemoat haaemoat Chlaaama'a 
room, fanmeo aad wadh tato: 

Rrace: lot M tt a IM tt ftlaa 
4M: tanaa ^ 

TVBT OFF RIUdUDB AVBNOB-8l«« 
V roomed bnacalow^ o aaial a l » B sarlor, 

dlBiBK rom with larao oaaa Sre- 
placo. bullt-lB kaSat aad ortadow 
aval: klicima aad aaatry: tkrea 
larco kodrooaaa witk dolkoa doaet 
ta each: tall alaad kaaomeat aad 
waak taba Prtoa •I.TM: torma ta 
aalt 

riOROK IHatrlet '~ Tfia lOetiad miidira 
v» bancatow. coatAlalac »arMir, with 

opaa Sroplaee. dialair r aa a t hHekea. 
lam aaatry. two lam kadrosma 
bath and toilet: tan al a ad comeat 
baaemeat Thia araparty la la 
apleadld condltlaa. aad tho taxea 
are only M Per yoar. Briaa n.Mts 
terma to «ult. 

0/|9Q- ORIIJ.IA STRBKT— Cotlasa «oa« 
«JVA<«7|atalnlBK kttckon: altUac roam 004. 

b ed r oo m ; coM water, elootrto Uokt. 

low taxoo: Imiaedlate aeaoaoslon. 

*^ ' laoladoo caraata aad 



1160 



IIM 



MODKBM I raom k aaa^ M.1M: MM 
kalaaco moathly. SIM Belmoat Ava 
Apply Stovoaa lilt North Park 



N 



BAB car lla^ la caad BaUh b ar h ao< 



with r 

tl.lM: IMt caah. 

H. AMTHLCTT O. C HOWBUi 

Itl Ualoa Baak Ralldtac 

— IMt 



▲MOTRBB BBAl. BABOAm 



4\»1^ •> *^ *Mat aad moat ap-ta^ato •• 
VF roam kaaan U VleterU West hlah •»• 
tmtloak. aad aa a kOod otrsot larao lot low 
taxea halt a kloek trom atioet car: down- 
stairs coaaMa ot larce rocoptloa hall with 
alMlaC 4tooro te Ifvla* room, aolld oak man- 
let SreiMaee .alao aUdlaa door* laadlac trom 
parlor to dIalBc mom. wkiek Is larce witk 
hoaatlfal haINt paaelled walta. kmakfBat 
nam, all hIcMy poUshod Soora Datch kit- 
ckod^eampleto to ovory way: tour lame hod- 
rooaM apotalra with oloaeta kaih:> two tol^ 
Iota tMl haaemoat pipod for faraaea fcoao- 
Utal carden, frail troea aaMll tratta 
»klckaa 



tho arlca fbr a 



PHco. 
llBoleaat 

RICHABOBOM B T BBI Tr— Charmlns 
homo ot alsht l a im ia coataiaiBc to- 
reptloa hall with lar«o hricOc opea 
llreplaca: aarlor with sraio aoA 
maaiel: dialac roona. holU-la haffet 
aad paaelled walla; breakCaat room 
or den with ooon Sreplaco: kftckea 
ond pdalrv: four cood alaed bed- 
rooiBi^ with dotlRo cloaeriB oack: 
bathroom and toilet seoarate: foil 
alBvd cemeat basement, hot water 
koataac; - waah toBpa Btmd oaa 
heater and ChlBaman*a room. Thia 
home has Jaat heoa palated and tha 
Interior re-decnrate<t thn<BChn«t, 
and Is nlfenid at the rcmarkaMy 
tow Scare oC It.SM: torau to ka 
. arraaccd. 

F. h! BROWIf ■», • 

Vletory Bonds Roocht aad BaM 

U8T TOUR FROPKRTT WITH MB 
SALB. 



ataailal and Sao appoartac 



■aa. ai< 
raa toi 



Uwaa tor oala fcatow tha 
ll.tta. oa tenaa 
— „ Faraoaally 
H. AMPHLBTT 

Itl Dalon 




Ota. ekld 

Tho owBor haa radiKod 
tow daya to t4.Mt. 



E 



BBQOIHAUr 



LLHBT 



jat aaa an ooaoealoae 
loia Frtoo M.MtL tama 



flTWO Svo-i 

SIX 
blocka 



BKI SltA» 




"CtklUptALl 



CsawB KaaltT. 






i^^aiiitfg^ ^ . ^g c 



OOABT BdTILDBBB A BROKBHA LTD. 
4M Catoa Baak BMa 



rhAK Bay. 
Vr mod 




OAK BAT AMD FAIRFIBLD 

Avoaao— This faiTy 
lac tkreo 
rBh opea 

Sr» place. Batch hltehaac fhraaoe, t<*a It 
haa baut-la Bataraa aad la •aatly rodaeod. 
la prtca f«c • aasMb of dssa aadr. Haw 
•Aidd. 

^\Ak Bay way. Feu strov*— stx-rwoaa 
vFfolly miiiia baacalow. all hlate of 
halll-la Bataroc. karderooB Boor. ■ hoaased 
and saaMlaB laraitnre. taba saad loeaiity. 
pvtoe tCddS. 

rMt OAK Bay. Clara SUoot It 

thia aaa aad yoor haaaa BtaUi 
aver. VMly aaadara aad «« 

Bay taaa^ lacatad oa Morfh 





OWNER leavlas dty, hmtfWcta M ta abd 
hia comfortable boahalow ot ale wou. 
araaced rooma very artlatlcall* aaeiaiioa. 



._ ^ -. »•'» artlotleally doeoeato^ 

tihe aew: cood k a aom a at Sao cardoaan 
kiada ot fralt tow tasaa tar lAMd. aa OM 
eaay tenaa: beetodUc aomo taraltara Wb 
recoamMod tkla parokaaa 

Porsoaally laapoctcd— Excloahro Aaoam 
H. AMPHLBTT G. C RaWBLB 
Itl Uatoa Baak «w»**a 




A FINE HOME UN ONE OF THB MOBV 
BXCXnSIVH BTRBBTB IN OAK BAT 

SB^'BN rooma. tall " 
fBTBace. «aah taba 
eleaacr. Tire drawtac 
with a KOtMt areolar*: 
with attractive ballt-in 

work Is oSceolleaally caaa. aad alcoly 
aialnod. Then- to a pfoa paatry ka a 
kllrh«-n.' which haa a larao roalsr bms ■ 
o^tfWPboarda I'poialro aia foar hsdr 
44ni laiao ctaoat a aad hattt>la 
toilet aad fcathroom. wMeh 

la a ceeA c a r a a o aad aleo aarBaa wtth 

Tkla peapai i v to alcaatod aaar tha 
d aa a aaved curoot- «w-^- - 
of tko boat la tkla dlatr 
■ at tt.M 
Ba Morti 




A^B BABTOM 



.3M1 




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wB? '^•^ ^2S STSS 





THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B-C. WEDKESDAY. OCTOBER 29. IPl** 



^^^i^^»»^'>* W 



BCMncK BRoraKiui * b«ktt. ltdc 

tXl Pwt S«r«M rkMM» IM »«« ns 

II BM»t«. tnawMM* »a« Stock Br«k«r* 



i 



m 



I 



SKUA BaoonuA* 




WMBAOCk 



VXMWb«Ut Mne. tont« •«tT«»«» telL 

UKht klickMi m4 » kMftkfM* 
i«oa»: « terM alMcrMI btirooma 

IMkt aii« »lMiMMfltt. 
• »MUir M«« SMi]f«raS* 

tty ClOM t* CMT. Ml bmI to* i3S3& , 
U&ht. 



road. 
^ M*rMk raUway 
IdaallT aitwateA for ptwltry m« 
a«MJi trvtt-matM. ud Iha srteaa an wVkL 

nr Iaa»*€ta«— Bxeluaira" AcmU. 

a c. HOfwaiA 

JBaakB«lMia«. 




1/ 



Jmy|A^TlCt<MUA DliAHM. •» 



>ft/lftft >li4WKiOAy D«Mrtal. aaar tka 
^■'*yV aaa. W« aarM, a fc a ai M mv«» 

•■•Mi. ••« MAriy aJlaaiUvMaA. •«ar tof 

toM ckaeaUta lava, aaMOIarekM 

~~* *i?Mf^ ••• ••••• •■•• w»i< 

lA tMi4 IS h—d. poaUvv 
k «taaa ta ataUoa, aehaaic 
<.. „,— ^ BAtmHAWU * o% 





ia rcat. la 
ttoa si<« c«»ia«lat. 



V* wyaM Uka solas coacara: n»iiai ba raa- 
Ma. »aa »ait Cataatai. 

WAMTMD I* rant, with or wUhout aptlaa 
ac »ar«lMaa (or would l«aa«> about 
■va ar taa aeraa wltk aotall kowaa. tla«atoli 
ff *"—' * aratorratf. Siata larsa. »as 
«»< >. Caiaalat. ^ 

WAMT taw acraa (oaA Uad 4p fralt dtin 
. ^ ^*^*k **" irada la awarUr aactloa Bood 
laad BallUay Valley. Box lilt Cotoalai. 



WAHrkt>-r* haar Croia awnar ol 
.rvaak tot aal% Btata aaah »rta% lau 
r>ttlcmara. a r. ^aJL. MlaaaaaaUaTlMBa. 

WANTBO— Ta haar Cram awaar of g«a4 
raaaa for aala. Stau caah orlca. taU 
eM^*MM»_AjK' Ba^jUlaaaaaoUa. lUaa. 



Fmm, 




STKIKWAT CMad . 
aalck aato; laavia* V l a» rl >{ aaaM artL 



Baa IDM. Coloaiat. 



aok 









IT ABlia AND ttjUU>JC^» M 

. R. Varm Laad— Ckolaa tanaa la 
waU aatUad «lali1«U la WaaUra 
li tow yricaa; >• ya^ca ta yar: Irrl* 
•atad laada la Haaay Haatbara Albarta. 
wRh toaa at •>.••• la laiprovaaaaau M 
aaMat aaw aatUara. Act aow— tbar a«a aa- 
lav (Ml. rar fraa booklau and lull latur- 
■attoa wiilte JL L. Laucbraa. Oanaral 
I«lld Acaat. C P. IL. 1«« Haaiiaga HUaat 
Waal. Vaaoaavar. 9. C 



<>•■> U ■»■••> Ut^tl 
HUa. s* aaL. l».t«: Uaaimartaaa Hbai 
Y!ViJ* I^'f*' *"*• MmU* luaa. M>ai aau 
»Ar.l«; ^toUa^aad Bow. •HfcT; Maa«»Si 
•ad (^Ma. JM*: Baaja. M: l.adlaa' Bteycto. 

•1.M; larsa Blaycia raei rttmn^ tl.Si: 
iMabla «anm Uatd Cbala. Ma; furoas 
WariUa« MraiiilMa. •«.!•: Auioaraabla IU< 
daa iBaauaaai. •t.ftt: Ovaralto. Ilo; iiua«« 
Mrorklaa Ifaaia. aS.!!: Uaaior i>oubia Blaa> 
kaA •«.»•; faekat kalvaa. tt«: aaamaalaa 
ta dt aay aMu. Mc 

„_^ JACOB AABONSOirs 
.. MBW AA1> IM)COMI><UA«I> STOBa ' 
Ml Jobaaoa dWaat Pbaaa TU 

l<eok t9f ika aaaia aa tha wladaw 

TTWR Bah) — Qaraey Oxford, la soad coadl- 
■JC tloB. at HO I Belmoni Ave. 

TdWR Halo— Hamaiarlaaa akatcaa, 11 caaaa. 
J lt»t yiobatoad Are. 

FOR 8ala-nAIM»a ooak atova, In goad ooa- 
diUoB. ADDlv »47 fh>Vi\ Bay Road. 



diUoa. Apply 
Phoaa IMIL. 



WANTICDTOIBX 



XCOAiiail 



OH 



^CAJUatrMi la Oak Bay: vary laiaa tot 

' aaa ttMt: tui* 



VXI Wara aad la aood akapa. taalda ally 
IhalUk aad wRb aardaa aad cklck* 



aa In 

ABTUUB UMXHAM 



U-ANTliD TO BVT— ^HOOMEB <• 



/>OITA0B aa 

aa raek. Aaaly P. OJ 



U 

FOB BXCHANOB 

ABOUT ll.aaii caab aao ataartltla lat tn 
. Oak iiay. naat baacb aad ilnka. lor 
a naar vlciorla or Uouaa to ctiy. Own* 
ar. l«oK »f<> ColoBiaC 

BBAUTIPC'L. Buach Driva property (or 
auto. Mux am. Coloolat. 

EXCHANOB aqultf Victoria modem aicht- 
room baaaalow (or Vdtncouv«r oroporty. 
>vr«ta h^R.. Iita Nelaon 8t.. Vancouver. B.C. 

I^R Balu or Bxchanva tar baagalow, two 
JP acraa on Quadra Straau juat oatatda 
clt|^. Apply 8. Jaanlasa. Brounbtoa Btraet. 

HAVB elaar liUOi Victoria tou 

aeraaaa that I a-lab to aacbaaca 
J*alriB land, Colonti BaT lUV 



■OOTB dAAXICH •PBCIAIB 

»*aattnally aB aal> 

iNatadt Bfi watar troaMaai ally ««MP la 

wa to atoa ttrlaa otaok tSroacb 

^ Wall bSl} aMdara ba«m a< 



1» 
.iNatast aa 
lalt aat ttaia to 



n% ACKMM, all_ 





in 



Htm*m OCR arcciALiT 



VMt BALB 



r*' 




K>S« avanftS 



UT 



•BACoar mix rABK 



I 



fllBlB bawa to mmMr aaw. It 

-d- Maak fiaia ika aa«k aad caHlaa. aad 

tya |i«Bi ika aia. it to wtiMK M mmiii^ 

HtMK ftMB ^tt^ MBfllft fliBSBk MMSSAIflBftllv wall* 



Lt ftdll traaa la fall 
\Mm$ <B ttd idt. n » —wad at tm 

mt H,dM. 




'paatty aa 
tat aad a 
s aoad b _ _ . 

Cat aad ««ar katto. Wa aia — "-'■^■k .UUa 
•9>MI^-aa tafaia '"■■-t ,< 



iW, la caod local- 

. kkckaa with vaaa 

laa room, aviu-ln but* 

laraa dfawtaa raoaa. 

wttfc ctoaata. bata roam. 



T-ROOM toodara koitoa la boat part a( Oak 
Bayv aaMoat baaaiaaat. toraaea, kitohaa 
aad aaatry. dlalaa aa« Uvlaa room paaaliad 
baaM OMllaaa oaaa araalaoaa. « 
att wttk a laaa ta . batb taaai: •«.••«• 



waito 



7 •BOOM aMdara koaaa, eaoiaAt baaamaat. 
kttckaa aad aaauy. dUUaa raoai witb 
apaa traalaaa. llTlaff radm aad raaaaUoa 
fcalL aaaallad walla aad baaaiod ealUajr. 4 
badtaoMa witk Uaaata, aaparata batk aad 
laltot. tan otaa tot. carajra: U.IM. Taka 
.raaaaaabto arlca tor taraHara. 



A. T. ABl 



iBBT CJTT BROKBRAOB 

iBaak BaUdla« i*haaa lU 



I AM taady to bay a atrtetly aMdafa baa- 
■atow ot abaat • raaau. Oak 9vr or 
rairOald dtotrtcta-pratarrad: will pay aoot 
cask aad ao axaret to aat wkat I araat far 
abaat tt,M«: wUI oaiy~eoaaldar a /aal^ 
cbaap bay. Apply Baa l»tx. GalaatoL 

■la ■! '*i«e*<^ e <gq ft< <oaa <« ir^«»ettttftO'aa«B^aa 



FOB BAia 

BBAirrirui. Ooma vtow laia antk ar 
wltkaat watar Araaiaca: a baraala U 
takaa wlthla taa daya: caak or tanaa. Call 
M» U4 Oana Baad Waal. Bkaaa MMB. 



■T all 



■Tk« 
■Itaatad la tka 



aad Bftaaa 
ItM lltfc 



Haibaa. 



J. C. 



inoB aaio— ran 

H Btoak 4, Bk. 



ColoalaC 



tot. Katr Ay% Oarca. 
Wba^oBai^T Bwi S*M. 



'«% aallaa 



Wall laaatad aa 
ally, rttoa |KIMl 



CHBAP ACBBAOB 



^M^ 



-|d ACBB8. a( wkteh abaat • |o claarad. 
•L^ tka balraoo ta ttmbar witb aoma rock. 
Claaa ta caod ra^ aad Saaalek watar. 

axcapttoaally law pvtea aT l^ilH* • 



A. 8. BARTON 



widB B ca 



lit Paaibartoa BaUdloc 
.' Pbeaa aiM 



TjK>R aalo— Oood bulldlac lot oa Wlftb St.. 
J? oS riBl 
»t*9: doar 



oS nnlayaoB. city llmtta: aaaeaaed valua 
claar tltla. Wha^ aBer for caalr. 
.QuaUoaai Baaok P.O.. V.I.. B.C. 



*U»R. 



wltk ar witkoat 
atarfraataaa oa Oorfta Raad. Pkoaa 



LOTS far aala ekaap. 
watarfraataaa oa Oorm 
•14 Oorco Road Waa 



■fgi ACRB8. half alaaiwd, balaaca Ught 
Xv ttmbar witb (aw Ma troaa. all (aacad; 
•aod 4-raoai bauaa with batb and toilet, 
city watar. 1* aillaa omI< aaad road, juai 
S oUaataa walk to aokaol. Mora, ^oa efflco 
and railroad atatloa. rxirtber partlculata 
and priaa apply Owaar. Boom IM Hlbbaa- 
Baaa Bld». 

•WmtM STOCKBO FARM „■ . 



(or 



SBOOBO-kaca Mcyataa at ^ 
BBaalay * mtokla^ til vto« 



XlBpr alaal Bad cuarda (or cyclaa. Ilia* 
XJ lay * Bltcbl*. LlA.. Ill View StraaC 

/"10KPIDKNTIAL — For protoctloa — aaa 
\J ToBllaa m o^ your hair. Fla oaa't daa> 
troy It thaa. 

^"ttOTBlMO wklefc yaa do aa« waa* oaa ba 
\J taiaad lata oaak bar pfeaakui 491. Mia 

/ 



LAMBdL aaU Mta, Wardatoi vBa wiu aall 
aay tima aad buy yaar aaat-oB ctotklML 
Oraa triad, alwaya aaavlaaaC or aaU (ft 
Knrt Street. Phoaa lilt. 



-0KIVATB mata<nlty hama. 17tT Saeood 
X Street. Phone S1I«U 



a»»s 



PDMBO oak dlaln« aatta, aaaalatla« vt a>- 
^ taaaloa Ubia. • cbalra (all laathar aaaU) 
aad baBat. aa pood aa aaw. Priea' llll. 
eamplata. lalaad Bxehaa«a (Tka Bla 
dtora). Tit Port atraat. 

FINB8T raota ot rhabarb. raapbarrlaa. lo- 
Ranbarrlea Kooaabarrloa. bUek and r»d 
cherry curranta. lanraat thamomanal black- 
berry and itrawbarry planta M. N. Rwdd, 
Bcuna ViBta. Buraalda Raad. Market Ntall 
41 and 4S.a 



>. 



8*15? 



aak baakaaaa. wttk 



Tt» Part •uaat. 



QALBa arriaail Im tairatlH* m Wi^ 
19 alack, alikar at aar Bato Baaa «* yaar 
raaldeaca: aot haat p aai lbf a p rt eaa. ftolji 
ata ewNb rataraa: taraliara kwi ia t i aifip 
avart Taaaday aad Vrndapk 



la N*4 



ABTMOB MBMINOWAT 
Otp MaJRMI 



S' 



dtoplayed advta. 



BOTTLBB 
rpMB Vtetaila BotUa . . 

X ot all daacrlpttoaa tar aalaw 
aaaiarUlaad. 1141 Martk PaiB 
»1t«. 



rsTts?. 



rpoMlO aad 99mmm 

X leit'e HypoiAiaapklta. tl 



tkaapk 



U8BD Nordhelakar plaaa^ 
■watkly. IPtt Qaadra. 

TTtOUMd lor dato — Oaad aid vMUa* at 
y raaaaaaMa prlaaa. Baatto Ickaal a< 



•tt 



Maaic. nil Port Straat. 



VicrroR 
other 
Avaaaa. 



cramophoaa. Jewel raaaa, aad 
(urattaraw Apply Sll r tlaoaaa 



GITT MART. *M FOR* • 
nkOMB 14M 
kaaa tka 



nra kMa tka aaat aMaatlaa' a( 

la tka atty. Oarpnaaa aMtka 
ard l a ap aa t Wa >ay ar 
i/t aoad taraltata^ 




YOUR mlnca meat, itlum paddlns* aad' 
trait cakaa will be 
Tha 



trait cakaa will be improved ^y uelna 
Woatera PleklUui 



1jK>B Sato— a taaUemaa'a lar«e droaa ault; 
X ecarcely wora. c:6loatot Box ai«T. 



FOR Sale— Private party, two beauUtuI 
Wilton run In blue aith a touch a( 
roar. »xH and l%xi\^. Box »1T«. Colonlau 



17H>LDINO bufvtoiL ••.•• and lll.l*] Ilka 
X* new; adlklaa trom II. II. CM Paadora. 



TTIOR Sale — Bntltoh baby basV7. Ii 

X' coadltloa. IIP. Phoaa IlllR. 

FOR Sale — Coal heater. (Roaad Oak>, 
^ medium. aUe. Ftaana UdtU. 



TROR Sale— Baby . b««sy. abaap; saad as 
X; aaw. Phone 41I1L. . 



13tBAMCtiL n* rataa 

17 aUatoa Thaatra). wlU 

farattafa la aar «aaattty( valaatioaa aiada 
Phoaa nu. 



17H>R 8ate->l Bertha heater, wsad 1 weak; 
X* ciraav. 44 SImooe. 



IJIOR S ato .Faldlas baby bacsy aad arddto 
f wttk aMttraaa: vary laaaatmbla. Fkaaa 



MMR. 



IPOR ■al»->Ba«Uah baby oarrlaca. toad aa 
X" new: owaera laavlac alty. Mt >Bani< 
■Ida Road. 



four-aide mouldar' tn firat-claaa coadl- 
tloa ; aoma blew-alpa attachmeata. 
" ibor - ' 



Ud. 



|C. W. 



mBAPiNO to satttoalarty aattva aaw l» 
X Trojaaik Saartaaa aad Fttt Maadowa 
Qrdara sroaintly aad aSlotoatly aaaa a t a d. 
Try ad* aartioa it kaa aavarai yaara laaal 
aapartacaa ha«k of lu W. Wkallay b Coat- 
■aay. atook Brakara PaalSa BaUdlas. Vaa- 
aaaear. B.C. Mambata Vaaoouvar S taek 
Oarraapaadaaea aaltaMadi 



H acraa waterfroaU Oak Bay DIatrtet. To 
- cloaa aa aauta va will aell tar tl.SM. 



PBMURTON B 
•M-T Sayward BMa. - 

stKmsammm 



KITTO 

Fkaaa IIM 



A I<I' aalUvatad. t aaraa at tka 



aad atoa t t i a Uckl. 



■WUtBRTON 

aad 

MUMRAVB 
l|OOBBATBI.TjnttlCBD UOMBS FOB 

•gKJfy-«AVTI<8POBO AVENVB. plva- 
W<J4fv r aaaiad kaaaa with aouU lat; 



B. OS 



tat aaalia» B t««ak 

MOTAI* rntXltClAb OBMPOBATMMf. X.T81. 
•tk 



MIM VOCAXIO* 



.^ 



r^ 



koaaa to rooaiy aad well built aad 
oaa ba mada vary attractive aad 

coaitartabia at_a aaaall outlay. 

_.. ^^ 

Ttala 
handy 
PMik caa aiaka « comtoriaaia 
naaia ot at a trlfllax co«t. Houaa 
aad wall bniii. 
(claae to May- 
- , _ aad well built 

baaaalow coatalatna threv lanca 
r oaai a : aaartor-acra' of aood toad 
allfaacad: boaae ta excelleat con- 



*1 J/MV^rCMO STRBB-r (Kaqalaalt^; 7 
VXSWraaaiad baaaa on tat laxlla. Ttai 

to aaathar property that a hand] 

•as caa aiaka 

haaia o^at a triflli 
_ ■ to old bat aowad ai 

•1 |»|WV-BAAXtOHROAD 
#XvUVwaad>. attraetlro 



p for 



fttflnft-^U'O'" ROAO. weil-ballt tour- 
<PXOW f a oB iad bunaaiaw wltk bath aad 
aaaaaaaat: aoad tot; koaaa la avod 



aiadlttoa. 






MMMUb-OBOBOB aad OUVR STBBBTS 
#I^DUU(FWrftold). aix-room 



oa tot laaiaa. 
ODBT 8TBPHBM 



AVBKUB, 



#«^iOvwail.baHt av*-r«oeaed bumralow' 
aa^at44Mlti aaarly kaiaoiaiaad 

_, tkroaakaat; ktek locaitoa. 

A07AA-Bi:BiR6AO. aiodara a-roaaied 
^^IWbaamlaw with cei 



waya niaalas. 

low arttk dty watar 

b«Ut-ld taataiai^ saad atakto ■ 

baaaa^ satacd. Altdaatkar a aaal aia> 

taradaaa aad aaaatartaMa kaiaa at a MB 

dsaro: |«>M. "MMMMva ^lata " 

Z AMPBurrx <_ <L c Mowauu 

It! Ualda ptoak BatldlSB 

FBOHTAOB 

avlr 




hlSkeat 

water aapply by irarlty piped to k 

aU dalda; vary coattortablo aad aabataatlat 

koaaa aad baraa: all la Al caadltloa: daa 

garden aad goad orctiard; to tia aold aa a 

galas coacam at %*** par aera. aad atock 

at a valaatloa. Thto to aadoabtadly tha 

beat tarmad laad oa tka Saanlch paalaawla. 

Paraaaally laapactad — Baalualva Aaaata 

H. AMPHLBTT O. C. MOMTBIJ. 

tot Ualoa Baak Bulidias 



"tOii ACRB8. U mitos from Victoria, 4> 
XW acraa eiaarad aad aider cultivation, 
thoroagfcly aadardraldad: IG aerea elaahrd 
aad a lot mare Mad aaally brought Into uaa. 
Faraa aald comptata with a^M* aad imple- 
maalab laoladlas a heavy wark marea. >« 
afcaaiL i* aUlk cowa kalfara aad calvaa; 
faaotttto aaglpo. btoaksaUth'a taato, pioughar 

diac drUl. 

la. hay fork 

aaparator, etc.; 

- _ . root crop, etc.; 

IM kead of poaltry: houaa of.* roema. 

^."**J?1 . if" —*" »««»•»«▼ kaaaaa. ate 
Prlca^ •!>.•••; tanas wUl ba aada. 



mowar aad rakea; 



harrewa mi 

waaaa. baaioero*. pUlfarm 
aad carrlar. »al»*ri craam 
41 toaa of hay rii tha bara. 



>jj^-:. 



^ ROBT. ORUBB .t-'ry-t*''-'^-: ■ 
glaak (Over 1S« Mare). 




BXBBTIC PUHW Taatos- Phoaa MMX. 
ar wrtto to B. W. Hood. MM Marital 

AU work iwaiUvaly auaraataad. 



A LAOY WlU aaU aad bay all your ktsk- 
X^ alaaa aaat-aB clatklas Spat aaah. 
Khoaa Mra Haat. 4111. _____^ 

BBST ataal mud gaards tor eyetoa PUai- 
lar B Rltohla t.td.. Ill View Straat. 

— —————— ^——^ I I I a 

GBT your sawb Sled by Geo. HaBman. oX' 
pert Uler and setter. 



lata of No. 1 Yard. 



Ill Johnaoa St.. 
Foundation Co. 



MAX I^ohbmnaar, builder and coatraetar. 
altarattoaa. rapalra. leaky roo(a. (aad* 



lag; aaythlmt large or amalt 
plana free. Phone tlMi* 



aattmatos aad 



NBW Matkad lAHndry. Ltd.. tka saaltary 
way. tlll-17 Nortk Park. U Di Ma- 



t«aa. axpart toaadaraia. Tatophaaa MNl 



OBBWM BBAt.TT 
SNAPS IM ACBBAd 



• ACBBSL aauaprovaS. nadr ratt ....f fN 
It AOiia imprwradTaad ^aafe ....| Mf 

U ACKBB aa4ra-*aaaa akaak fLMd 

4 AORBB aad garaita' aa ' ~ 
IM AOBMk aaar aK.B. 
i ACRBS aad «-roam ba 

IS 



14 ACBI 



aad (aratokad 



_ IBS, I 
%% ACBBB Pwtasa lalat 



• ••••••a at 



i:». 
<oB Oak Bay 



_ aad fcjiaa ca; lot 44hI 

•QflU ft C fcA BB BTRBBT <o< __ 

WumW Ax%.i. attracUva Sra-reemad buo- 
ff*^' .•*•*/•' «*••«••«: alca lat. 

vaknM/raamad kaaaa aa «aa lot laalU 




Wfot aus vacTO«T 





S» ACRES, aad mi^wmm 

!• A(»BBS xaar alty ......«., 

4* aCBbs at camaa ....1 

% ACRBS aaar alty 

TBTB have a aambar at ap l a a dldiy a«a 
TV fanaa. 
aa gatog CO 
lA''* laanlrera 
aaaoiate baraataa 
CHUWM BJCA1.TX BurranrMMMT Mk 

Prtea, NaSary Palu^ m 
Over i mptrlal BaaB 



w. tha baaraa tha Islaad. ta aaB. 

coacaraSL Wa %lu ba sliagid |s 

ilrera fall pasttoalara TBsm sia 



AN attractive property af IM 
torae waterfrantaxa. allaaiad aa mala 
road batwaaa ParkavtUa aaC Baaile 
Brach. Apply Owaar. Boa 4ITS, OMaatot. 



••^•S- ****** "^ «• «• 

tt^trs^H STBBBT, aa at- 

• of aavea goad 

housa baa 

rar«ia«e. 

lea atraat 



MOfBS aa lartta tot; »< 
ballMp •Mtaraa aad 
laaaBiT. at*. TMa toaa 
lgi_a Msk looT 

•38005** 



•ttOO^ 




ABKIlCl'AlBrtBI.B ABD^ SFabH)*. 
VHWV^B. waB-baBI r^ - "rit-L 
agtasf a§ Jad l»Ua i eS S 33> 

•■•^ j«>3 r sw (SSSL^^S 

'^■ft.AH* wiBsaSlB ** 




BBST e p paetonlty aver oBetad la 
Mead — Tea acta* la cream af 
berry boll, frnattas oa Oordoa Haad 
watar fsc Ir rl sa il aa aapacted ta ba laid la 
Mprlag. Thto tract to l-t akaapar thaa aay 
acreage la the I s i gS q r; sriaa Ma* par acre, 
oa Urma R. B. PWMalt B Co^ 9*1 ' 
barton Block. Pkoaa SZM. 



L*OB aala ar la 



£. WBITB * SON. 



t* 

Iter 
IM 



caltfvaiad. 
BloaB 





1X;antMD-«W • maatki^ Bam M« 

•aw. AU aarttoalars a»aa 
p. Q. Baa lii. ytatartsT^ 

SOMB SNAPS IM ACRBAOB 
A atOOlUk sa«M% aad t a«me.,.A.H.iH 
If iMOMa.aad t aaiaa M.Md 

g Booam un, n mm ••>• ..imm 

a Booaia aad m mm,„*,,f%.*,,n,m 

XJfn hsaa a. aambar aC baa«tlf« fkyaia 
' (viir^dvtwaX wttk tattfamaata ataak 

wttk kamaa aad aatbaUdkaga alaaa to nM^ 
way aadmala raad. at prlsiH nat maaal 

OAJUb AMB mmt tutntraUkWM 

CBOWM aiBALTT B imrBBTaCBBT OOl 
Ovar I m p attol Baak. Bara r ament aad Tataa 



W. M. PBICK. Botsiy P^Mkb 

FARM. IMFUUiBNTS AND STOBK 
*y\ ACRBS. saa aad river froataga, mm 
OX Mala latond Highway. CoaMS District, 
goad koaaa aad bani. 2 acraa aMarad. 14 



■iaahed. goad pagture. Prica laeludaa t 
horata, I rows, wagon, plough, harrow, sep- 
arator aad all smsll machinery and Imple- 
manta. Land to goad with a splendid view. 
Ciope to atatloa. P.O. and store. Prlaa for 
tka whoto. |4.t4». an good tanaa. 



UAIMTXMa — Xaiaomiauw. paparkarstas. 
X J. J. Raa« Pambraka aad Qaadra. 
Pkaaa tita. 

TO BKNT— mSOiaXAlflCOVB It 

^rf»^^b#N^l^*^^l^ 

OFFICBS ta 
Bii»s i aryr 

%k'A2fTlfiD XO BSNT—MlHCiab. 
tiANBOtJS 

FANO waaiod, immadialaiy. to laat tar 
a m satk; privaia aao. Ru m a. Oapi 



TfOti Sato— Prtea oaly »«••. U ta. a • ta. 

«7 foi 

tloa; I, _ _ _ , 
Wblttlngton Lumbay ^. 

p%OB Sale— Maakiat tu eoat. skunk aollars 
X and ruffs. sUa 44k fall aad aaw. Boa 

•1I7S. Colonist. 

T!K>R Sala— f h.p. apright . bAtier, Juat like 
X* new, all flttlngs. Tyre 8;iod. Blanshrard 
Street. ^ 

•-room roomias 

in, clear 144 aer 

Apply Box a44». Coioatot. 



ptOR Sale— CaatonU 

*- house, good pro| 
month; olooa In. 



po^fttoi 



17H>R S a to McLaaghitn baggy In good con- 
X: dltlon. . rubber tlraa. tTI. Moncktoa. R. 



M. D. 
2»R. 



1. Aoyal OaJu B.C. Phone Colq'uUs 



'|iH>R Sala— Chtld*a whtta aaaaaallad 
X almoat aaw. 



eoti 
144 Oovammaat Straat 



TIMBER 



"C^OR Sal»— About throe million feet ot good 
X* millabla timber, cloae to C N. Ry.: lot 



II. 
way, 



HelaMkea _Pto(Mct 
JaoMS 



. short haul ta ratl- 

Boat Duncan. 



F«? 



Sala— Orar ehiachlMa cloth coat, 
liaad wttk mnskrat far. In gaod caadl- 
tloa: browB fur cellar; suitable (or m^orr 
lag; priaa »44. Box ttlt. Coleaiat. 

FITMBD oak mahogaay dinlag-room suite 
aad otkor taraltara aad dtshaa. loll 
Hanrtat Raad, Baraatda. 

17*OR Sala— Star drUiMs nmektaa. Pkaaa 
-P »»4. , 

'"C^OR Bala — Magoon straWbarry plaatau Ap- 
X* ply 8. CianalngbaiB. M4« Uarrlatt Raad. 
Pkoaa aii4T. ■ 



4NM|— ONfe la-cail 1^ 
4%HJ ator wttk aatai 



oar Boiled Gtdar. 
Worka. Ltd. 

kaatad ataam raiT- 
aataaMtto caa aoalrali 
aaNabIa tar a«oa, koaaa. ata. 1411 Vtatr 
Street, pkoaa tmlu. 

IONLY apt shalving 4 feet high aad 1« taat 
long: 1 only partition 4 (e«t high aad 
14 feat long; t only coaatar I faat 
Apply 11:4 Broad Street. Pkoaa 



*Adaarttota« to ta 
wkat ataam Is ta 



lat to 
4144, 



bat 



■Waa aad 



sbroLB 
ntiaviouAft- 



aSBk^B 



BUILD 

A 

mdkm: 



— raaalrao tka 



kbtaad 



KINO 
INS 



of atfcar maa. Oaa al aaak 
^AOVBRnsiNO. Our baahiaasls im _ 
advarttatog aampalgaa saiaU ar lannk 

MBWTOM 

aSvbrtisimo 

• AOMNOT 
Saita t4 Wlaaa MdB 



tt|l 

at 



ALADT wBt eau aad bay aU yaw Msd 
alaaa cast-o8 aiotT' — 

Phoaa Mra. Uaat. 44ai. 



ATTBBTtOMl— Wa say 
aa«ond-haad clotkask goic sUvar. alatl- 
nuai. diamonds, Jewelry. talM taotk. fiii% 
ahotsaas. mualcai tkawimaaia *t*k» a| aay 
dassripttoa. truak^ baga, salteama tanu< 



truafcA I - - 
tara, ata Basis ms strtoi 
Its Jokaaea Straat. Pkoaa 



,%4r»*-^ 



••SAVB TIMBI OAU. 4Sir 



^MOJk. 
kishast 



kb *• S«y dkastataly tka 

; *^ ' 
(gaatr ar ladta^ii 

baalaam aalu: aar prompt sprrlas aad lasdp 
ara at yoar dtopaaai. Skaw * Oa (Vta* 
:• Stlaat Wardraka P aa ^ s r aL tn Wmik 
^MPast. Phoaa 4Mt adst 4 b-b^ VMIk 



raalta 
Tuada Baltdlag: 



taa Aaartmanta. til >'andara. 

WANTBO^Bad attttog-reoni by 
coapla (aa children) oa or naar Osjiaa 
Road, ar.oa oarUaoi llsht eooklag aoavaal- 
aaMa Mkd bath aaaasaary. Bead aU partla* 
alarp to ^. O.. Baa H44. City. 

ALADT wUl sau sad bay aU yaar klgh- 
alass sast-oB ctotkkis. saat 



Pboca Mra. Uaat. tail. 



ALL black paU aad waU; rottar aad Ua 
maaara dellvcrad. Phoae I4t, 



ALABOB' (rakt raoai. oaa blaak fram 
Parlkuaas-t^.BaildlBgs; saltabto f*r ar 



BIO load 



1444. 



TB OU>B PRIMT, BOOK AMD ABTIOOB 



A PIMM aal l a a tlaa a( saaalap aid priata, 
aagrartagiL eMsaotlato aad a«aatiak 
4y m* sraat BagUak, Fraack. ItaUaa aad 
J a s aa im mastsrs. Larsa aalaatlaa at 



A OOURTBHAY DAIRY FARM 
.7 J ACRBS. 3 ■illee from Coartanay, B. M. 
• W D.. (<>|ephoaa aad elsctrte itght. 14 
aaraa elaarvd. «f arrra alder battam: aood 
B-ra«mad bouse, dairy and weodabad. <^- 
meat Koor. bara and rbiekan boaae with 
Mg fenred run: a good dairy and mixed 
tanning a r apoa i ttea. Blacksmith bnstnesa la 
caaaaettoa. I>rlaa 4P.44S: goad terms. 

B. ▼. WIMCM * CO.. LTD. 

Real Bmate. laanraaca. Metarloa PaMta 

Wtaak IBBMkw 4«» Part Straal 



Mt nuaa 




CaU la aad browao araaad. 
«fl4« Tataa Stram 



A GAB heater wanted, 
laom: alao doable gas rlaga. 
kXkttb between S and 4. 



satiable for bed- 
Pkoaa 



ASNAP— "ilair-prlce" Santo Vacuum 
Cleaner with flttlngs and cemprcaaor. 
ri2 Part StraeL 



ncST stoat mad saarda tar ayatoa. Ptim- 
J> ley A Rltahla. Ltd.. Ill View Stiaat. 

BABV sarrtage and go-r«n. both in vary 
■•ad condition: aacrldre price; call ta 
inaralnaa. Mra.- l^tteraoa. Roceabella. SM 



FOR Bale— A good aealakia ooat. atoa 84, 
Box am. colontot. 

IJ^OR Sato— Raaga aultabic (or hotel ar raa- 
JC tanrant; also a-burnar gaa plate, aagoad 
aa new. The Cabtn. tto Pon Btreet. 

Xj^UMBP oak Victor gramophone with II 
X racorda. aa good as new; only IIS. Island 
Bxehanga (t he b ig atore). tls F ort Street. 

GBKTLBMAN'S fur-lined overcoat, good 
as new. hsavy beaver cloth, muakrat lin- 
ing, atter collar, else 4t. full length. Price 
»2tfS. Oelonist Box ai4<. 

GRAMOPHONB records and Bdisoa 
Amberol, 4-mlnute records, exchanged. 
!•« each. Also twt sale, lit Ps ndoty. 

aaiA Paraltara 
BaUabto traaa- 

ibto abargaa 



TTVDSOM 

XX mavara aad packara. 
portattoa; motor aarvtoa; 



HBAVY white anamalad bad aad sprtas 
(fall slse).* Price tt%. Istond M^' 
change <Tka Big Store), tat PoM Street. "■ 

HORSE, 7 yeara old. buggy, harnaas, rub- 
bar tira baggy: almost new: will aall 
cheats Apply Box 1117. Colonist. 

HANDSOME Wiltaa. rug, aUs 4 g 10t4, 
A snap at 141.14. latond Bxohaaga 
(The Big Btora). 711 Port Street. 



klad o( caat-oS alatki 
where aar time. 



ABUMPIKQ prtea to what «a par far aay- 
klad o( cast -OS alatkiag, OaU aay^ 
fhoae aaii. 

o( ^Xumitara, atoa otothlng. 

for cash, in'targa or smalt 

mtoMaa. 

aakly; g 



ALL cli 
ate. bought idr casi 
lots, or will sail oa ooaii 

Auction sales held 
klnOs solicited. 



gaads af aU 



PAM>ORA AUCTION MART 
aa»— Paadora Straat— Wa t 

ATTBNTIONI — Mra. Maa«^ wardtaka 
dealer, of WlkBipeg aad Calgary, la 
«p«a ta buy aad aaU> high-olam ladtoa.' gasto 
and chtidraa'a clothtog. arsalag aad partr 
draaaea: special aCara _tar gaaUaaMaTa 
ciatbaa. Wa pay asat caak ta aay aapaat 
Baalnew dona atrlatly prlvat«L, Mrs. u«ai 
wui call harsalt to aay addrasa, ar aa& at 
ata Johnaoa Straat. saaaad kaasa aa Ctagi 
Blaashard. Phoaa 44ai. ^^ 

EST steel mad s«krds lar cyclaa! Pltol- 
ley A Rltohla, Ltd.^ Ill Vtoar Stiaat. 



OORRTKIATBO traa Waa i a d W lij kL 
from IM«4 ta 144.444 SMaro Ml b3- 

raatoad or salatadi state SM«^ touts l3d 
prp» Iran. Box 444. MasKiig B.C^ 

DOMINION JUNK CO. Parfcar B luifmi 
lis Johnaoa, cor. Btara St. VtetoHa. 
B.C. Pkoue 4014. Bara and aalto iaak M 
aU deaarlptlpa% maaklnary aad laagarV 
aappMaa; hlghaat cash prtoea paBTfar mma. 



COAL AMD WOOD 
at isaaisr arteaa 

I BATB Jaat. 
BBST WBLLIMOTON OOAk It to 

aaaUcal aad lis kaatiag aaauttaa ara auaur- 
aaaaad. I oaa atoa supply yau wttk aoad 
dry eardwood la aay toagtk aad wlU glra 
yaw fait maaanra aad ymmpt dailsar*. 
Phaaa r«ar ardar ta Baw m ar aaU at mg 
•mm. 

B. a, »»ATit » 

lata - 



BBATM 

wlaa Btraet 



T AOlBSi Lacap ams altk asd aerga araassp 

la Mtagt stpto aas asat^ amtartol. lar 

aato at lam Ikaa aaati atom aA 44 aad ««. 

PAatk 414 44 sisi asauias saa a a a« MaW^ 

T»rVart. Be 



LARGB Vlatroto with IS a ala e tioaa, Ui, 
snap: diae records and Bdtooa-Blue Am- 
barala aachaasad, itfo aack; also boagiit 
oil Pandora. 

LADY'S heavy bUck oari clatk co«t, far 
eollar. stoo M ar 44. Apply lU 
Itocchweod Ave. 



T ADTS far aaat. 



inara 
Qaadra MU 



rwMPLBTa 

Vj Biasm last anirrds 



SS^Ti 



B svoirB 



V 
•tat 



to Uw 

yaarr aracticai aaparltsaat 
a aay rsaataMh «P 
vktosar fPr ptatrita*. 



Straucoaa lIoteL 



Coaay saal. wltk 
It B oadltiea. 
44Ya, Mama 



seaver oollari aaveitsat ooadlttoa. 4144, 
Pkaaa 44Ya, Bw sm PM 



MISSION aak a^iai 
elialra. laathcr 



dialas table aad • 
. Its, gttod. 444. Mt 

H^dfera (Oak Bay Aven ue). 

MAHOO^AMT BOtt<^. ca»y chair, lUtchea 
rl iaira. etc Api^ly 110 7 Oa k Bay Ava. 

MAUOOANY maato oabtaal, like a^aw; oaly 
444. Islaad Itochaasa itbo big gtara). 
71» Pert Straat. 

MASSIVE steal bad arith 1-laek coatla- 
.aoaa.paats mal saw sarlas. a baraala 
at ai&. lataad Bachaage (the Mg atora). 
714 ISart Straat. 

Ikf AA^'UKABLB staai Bkasaa t» par 
HI. Phoae 4S44. isai (jov rameat St 

MaCia.BT sai 
cxcotlcat arSar, 
ksahaaaa iTka 



M4.M. Wa 
taa Part Si. 



MONABCM raaga. 4-fcal». wltk waiar froat, 
la A-1 order, a barsatn at 441. IMaaS 
kackaaao (tka bl« siaasi. in Part sttali 



Strict sttenttoa gl«e8 
city erdera. 



to aU aaaatry 



AABONSON'S 



I 



WANTED 

TIlAMOMDSi AMTIiiOBS, 
U OLD OOLO AMD lb: 



^^JJWBLBf. 



_BBflT PIUCBS PAID 
Wa Call aad ilat Arttolaa 

lald'aa' 



MIT 



AARONscnrs 

Oavammaat Straat 



(Oppoalte to Angus Caaipbajro 
AABOn«'OJ''B Phoaa 7*4 AARONSOITS, 

DON'T burn that old ataB, tara M iats 
money. We buy rass, boaa% SPlSk 
(asks, old aiagaslBw aad as wspaBm» tHi 



taauu. rabbrr, eta. 

W(n At>fi "tta nns* mraat 

(y^lKJ^ Waaiad; mm pcias »«d. 

a'ASOLINP. pump wanted;' saBaa 
urr. rhune (fill. 



GBNrs 
kinds 
>lrs. Wardato, 
Strsat 



buataeas salts waatad aad alt 
ot hlgh-cisss caat-aB alatl 
Phoaa 2(11. or call raa 



itei 



VICTOUA JOMK AOBMOT 90. 
Largest and Loageat Estabitaind lasalmg ta 
Vijtgto— Whoiaaais aadllatalX 

ws^ oT'urvLrS^ set: 

kinds at metals, cast aad wroagkt ipMk raasL 
aacha. saaekMary, pipe, ai«R alaa aaaaS 
Mad tooto af all dfjK"*'tti!S^ ^ "' 

Addreaa— tats Wharf S troat. 

CABK PMIci 



TTicnass CAi 

JUL gasB riSsit 






fisr 




WtlX 
f OBAMBBBBISS. 

VlCVUMiA JfaaSMBVaMB 




I 



I^ 



t8 



THp PAILY COLONIST. VICTORLV B,C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 291. »19 

13: 



I 




rftwmn a 









4-MMlUU> 
■Dr 4M 






OOOD MOUMM rOK lUDIT 



Q-aoOM 

R. AMTHI^KTr Q. C HOWIU. 

W«2fTK&«>«B NBU i ar I n am 

TartMT 



WAWTTH WiBBll uf«nrirti«« hMM or 
lUl tor r«*t. 




▼T M «ta»r •! TC*MMi MWMk MMNrSMi 




LUL 



20 MWtf.^i aJSl^TSKaSC *&' 



A*iBK^.'gS: 



SUM*. 



amKv o^ 



A metfLT _ 

.^ h»t wu»r bMU tl»bt Includvd^McI^l 
gJ Mit tott _ M » >»fcr>flai Ph— WttoT^ 

V/ vvwy 80»vwl— e>>. M4 n«»«rt 8tr««t 



rovl*. 



»»*r car IUm or JtUi«y 



\X7AjrrKf>-,rtv« or 



I'vntroL 



rumtahod 

ptioM :tt«t. 



M bwa««Jov. 
aBfwralabod: 



'#CS fur. loforiBoUoa v«ff«nllnv bangAlow or 
^^ aMoll howw iM w««t •*<! to te» v»r«ted 
_Pho»»_ia i>0. Koo« H. n »l<l ApTtfc 



POKNMHkD tow-rbo— d ' upwfwat. tw« 
bvdrooma. dtnlncroom. kttrh^p, piano. 
liil Pandora Avonue. phone 47«IU 

turaacc. 
tM oor 



ow, 
boiiae. 



In* 



1JK>R Roal — PuraMiod bitaial 
■F Korairo and cblckca bow 
m«»ntfc._ I'h one tlMT. ■ 

"ClOR Rent— rumlahed, nnail hoaae. 
■T qu|r> nil ttearh Road, roal Bay. 

FCRXISHSD apartmaat, kitchen, bodroom. 
IStl Pandora. PhoAe 4TML.. 

oloaa In. < bod>oo m ». 
Uk Apply B«K I«4tw 



f^ 



RKI8HBD hail 
■arajN. <IM a 
Ohioairt. 



TAUlKtr, 
'-ar»t«« 



owtt't 



waMi i^oar 
drr aUa 



hatr. 
AM 



Uao 



fpo Roat. furaiakod. to carofal tenaat. C- 
M. roomed house, piano: Kood locality In- 
Jamoa Bay: rlooe In: Immodlate po^aeoiioii. 
Aoply_Bo» ISS;. Cblonl«t. 

'Par Winter, well turnlahed aiod- 
hoanUfully oltaatad. 
overiookinc Oak pay, . near carllna. For 
appointment. PiMna MIT. evenlnin. 



(avarite email car that oparatan vary 
vcoDomicaliy. A enap at tMk. 
"\Jo. ».— A 1>I* che^rolat Taartac that 
■i^ haa koaa niB oaly a. few atonths and a 
denoaatratlaa will prava that It Is a ppl**- 
dM hay at $»U: 

lira 4— A l»l» V*rd Touftac that haa 
J^ kaaa prhraUly awaW and Indloataa hav> 
Inc ha4 th* Vmc of cat*. Oaad haylac at 

VTu. »— Dadco Raadrter. a cpr tkat paad* 
.i^ to ha aoea. and we l«av« tha r«M ta 
yuu. Exceptional valtt^ Vl.tM. 

NO. C-^HiMlaon^ dlMdahaliora. rorda Mc- 
Ifaaaitlla^ Chavralata Cole. Packard. 
HapniaMlML la a caod variety, and apoclaily 
prtcod— avory car («arantc«d for M day*. 
COMB AlX THIS WBBK 



CAKTIBR moti. 
794 JokiMoa Street 



PhOM ftMT 



A1 



AUTO ttadlatar a»d tmtm fpalrlp« f«> 
aiOrapaBcial *IIL kaavMn «p« 
eaatpnaat we hava thaia alt. Ira aw 
hmlneaa. enaMlan im ta alva you haat wmv 
at reaaaaabla coat. Buraeaa Broa.. Aata 
Metat» orker t. IMl Ooeerameat. Phaa a MtT. 

Auto Snap— Owaer la dolnc away 
and maai ecll Chalmara ItlS i»ad*l. 
T-paaao — e»: aaya raduoo tka prloa aonrid- 
erahiy tor cash: gat key at CaoMTaaV tSl 
■aperlor Btratt. 

BKST ateel Bud (aarda tor aycMa PUaa- 
Uv * Ritchla. ttd.. 411 Vlaw ~ 



PBTBR8 * OODPRBT 



AUTOMOBILX aprlas apaolaUata Auta 
•priasa cleaned, ae* leavea pat la: all 
klada of tools ' and (orclan. ' Oe a a ra l 
repalra. Try us with your aprlas rapalia. 
Cornar Rmaall Street and Baqaliaalt Road. 
Rea. phona UltR. 



Uamlalaa 

A dopaalt aC M pi 
tiro M Aarai Tlia^ - 
anda a»d. earvy aakaf ■ 
•«a*«»taa ' 
aanra ataa 

4lMa a« . _, 

M^tad aa^aet ta 
Iowa 



.1 ara thta aad;-> 
• bdw A {araa aanber •! 
bat alt ardara will be aa- 
ta h»l n« la atock. Out ot 



TUtm O aaaiSaaht 

mfla Puiu^D 



'VIUMMV 
Drauchtaa Street. VlcUrla, AC. 
P k aaa MT 
♦nf yoa got It at PU—ley'a Ifa all rtakt** 






WbS: 



• tatt 



aC »-l 



MU 



Movm ca 



-;v..u >i'v ' 



^1 'e* -■ 

in aay«ar« 



OLD CmmCR BUZU>DIO BAI 

BIO rodaMtaaa la aaad cara fbr tkia waa > 
aaly. CaaaMaacla« lloaday. wa frtU 



eall any «ar la aar 
coat. aC tkaaa prteaa 

CAbxu^c ' 

tODOl 



W »• 



fnO Rent- 

JL era ••roota heaee. 



DOIMB Taarlac ana a( tlM 
•aeaaaaaaaea saaawaa 

GRAT Dart, tea ar* 
MW aaao* •aaeaaaaea 

g««:0« raoHM c^ 



•«••••♦*• *W»a4^ - 
ka lallaMa uiK 



H.tT» 

■naUaaUy 

I • a a • e vlft ••• 



"" Track*, 
on tha market. 

aea oar new l\i-ioa traok. Rlair oa ap aad 
we will alve you fall aartlcalaia. 



Thay ara tha huakleat trucks 
For the lUht dallvary maa 



■ 1 



B. B. MaMORKAM 



IL LTIk 
THB BOOiB or BXPBBT 



>Akm 



Rataa 
Maa* eaatraUy iltaatad hotal la Vlc«at4a 

n. w. HPRPT. PTAortetar. 



NBBBITT ROTBt. —' 
newly renovated and 



manacaaiaat. 
ratea. 



NaaMtt. 



Broad Btvaat. 

I aadar aaw 

Proa. lia«atata 



f^ 



DUNSMinR. 
Brtekt aad Claaa. 
weakly rataa. 



rart airaat Ualtt 

Trmnalaata, Tt« ap^ 

Bat and oald 



naiVATB BTATIOMBBr OMI 
XTdaitea ar aClar. TIm Cab 



la 
PrtaUMi 



KUDCTHtCAIi MOVOR WimUDf Q 



f^OX * DOUOAU ^aciallata la _ 
V^ aad akotac r ap a l r t w r . awttakbaard 
tlaa. prtvata laaiallatlaaa. Maiaaa 
daraamoa ra-wiaad aad iiaaraatoad. ^_ 
■tataa clroa. 04abaA-Poaaa BaUdlac Taiaa 
Stroac PhaiMa CtU. tTCSB aad <419R. 



UiUUtBBS— Wa bay aaqr «aaatttp oC aa- 
JP t a i aaa aad aaaataklaa. Wa aapa? 

4k Oa. TU Vlaw 



IM^ 



WAIVHMAKEBa 4| 



KN«aA,VIllU 



ITIOH ataacU aad aaal 
JC aajirarar aad ataaell 



TRB W AST BOLMB 



VlCTOBIA'BKawaat aad Maat Up-ta-Data 
Hatai. 



y 



MliMA RDS AND POOI< M 

TIBBT ataol mad suards tar cyolaa. PlUa- 
XV lay « Ritchie. Utd^ 411 Vtow BtraeL 



Phona STI 



"MASTBRar,* 

1««S Vlaw Btraet 



14. 



OHlto. one ar two 
ttlan taoaa. OMi -Bay 
lat. 



UnRBT 

f «aat l a a aaa..wlth Mttlaa 

iap rll aa. , |la« l»«l. Colaal 

fKttO taraa aataralahad rooma to raat. 
•■A capd, lacatioa: alectrte Usbt. phoaa aad 
hath, wttk priiMa faanBy. Apply ITM 
Davie W*a«4. 

ftfO Raat — Turalahed. Ueaalea Apartanealat 
X- atcaly raralahed l-roaaa flat (or Mavam- . 
taf.a«4r: aa ehlldfea. Apply B. C. I.aad It 
lanaSaat CUk. *n Oavanunaat BtraaC ' 



: t \1|7BU< fttmlahed 
. I- »».raat. very ca« 
- dovtar. Ab»lt to 



fpO l<a» ti ad ai w' uafamlahed suite. 
X la. Phaae tTttk. 



ei« 



UXPtTRXIBHBD 
aear Oavaraiaaat : 

Mtrhtaaa. ' 



flve-rooak Oorpa Road, 
adulta. Apply til 



UKPV^NWHBO lower tet. ( rooina. ktf- 
rhea .raa«a laaiaUad. Jaataa Bay. Phana 

37I1L. nr. 

■aeiBKaaes 



an 



W4MT19». TO RBNT— «XiAT8 AMP 

^. .-^ ■ : ■■ - j^^'^'*?i?°r?^^'^j.,-^^.,y. 

^n|7AN*fB0^ W Nov. a. two or threa-room 

vV iwrnHHm aalU^ doaa ta pratarrad; 

aaaat hava Mkt aad saa. Adalta. Vkaao 
CTMR. 

■ ■ ' . I ■ f > . ■ ■ III .1 . 

\mf*>'T*»--^^^t ***^- ^. ' 0*^n houae- 
W kaaifiw apt., 'famuhed. Addreaa 
glvla« raallSb W t*. O. Bax •!. JPort Atbarai. 



M. C. 



noaU ANI» IMIAUI* 



id 



A RMADAUBiiaatlik S4t 1 
yaaaaaiyMa. fhaoc^^Ai.. 



Niagara Straa^— 
1 hoard; t'i'ina 
or apply ahova. 



-CAMAI.A.V 

AT 'XAHAVAJC." U« Oouplas 
aalaai. «a|pt baardtaa k wa ea. 

■ad oar 



lUi7*Vark. iai 

««ra»a madorata Phaaa •lit. 



BOM AQCCWn. M» Pnaoawi Ara.. pleaa- 
antly sliaatad. ctoaa In. coiafortahla. 
Tood pUla caaklax. madorata rataa. Phaaa 
»«3. !_ • 

/ <H>My<bRTABt.B taralahad' room, 



MM Doaclaa. 



WAMTKU VO^ 



4Mm. 



ad house of 1* rooma for 
eaatral loaattoa. auRabia for 
apant, Arthur Unanam. 
aa m4 



larcai, 



WAMTBD— Saaall furnlahad houae. two 
hadrooaaa,. im children. Gardner. 814- 
aay. 



WAMTBD— Puralshed or unfurnlahad mod- 
em aoven ar el«l^t-rooai huuaa; Aelbaa 
to ear. Phone »7»ao. ^ __^ 

WANTKD by younc couple, furnlahad > «r 
4-raomed houae. steady. roUabIa 



ply Cotonlat Bos M4t. 



Ar- 



WAMTKU la raat. aanail 
or near ta a carOaa. 



aloaa la. 
Would ha will- 
lap to parchaaa tha turalture. ate. It priaa 
la raaaoaaMa. Baa M»T. Oa laa tot. 

IfOUlOlCX AN1> AiaVK^tCMO^M 



MRS. 

RBOISTMthill 
"nuJCMUU. 0>aat aad Naw 



MoVlCXKBra 
BOimMt T ' 



J; blla tsm saitla'darod li 
•■rSwtlda ' ' 



aiaclfc 

VUttoia welcoma. 
box 'ill*. Vict-rU. B.C. 
at «:4 joba«'>u 8tr<iot. 




Pi^>apaiiii 

LMdi ji^prmattoa 



V> . board. In private faaU|y. suitable for 
oiwi ar two BOBilemen: rtaaolai 
•rata. Box XXX Cor 



with 

foi 

terma mod- 



APBW atronp hives of be«8 for sale. Ap- 
ply W. J. ttaSorv. 1107 Broad »t. 

4 iiVAUVXTX of PDO pullata. alaa paar- 
SX llnK hana for sale. 8«bvI«w PoalUy 
Kal^ni. 43t IMIIaa «oad., Victoria. 

Ill , 1 • 

BB8T pricaa paid for poaitty. Baavlaw 
poultry Vanu, *n 
Phone 4>4»U 

"CtOR Bale— uno irade Jeraey vow. fttah 
•17 two weeks, inllkliic 3^ vatlona: also 
one ttrado Jersey cow niilkbiK X% callons, 
Irtsh March . IS. Apply Sib:: Oiml .aivwi. 
phohc 1464. ^ ■^ ■ 

lAOK Bale — Two sows aad una boar, all la 
f Kood voadiUoB. Bra J. Praaoh. S4M 
baanich Koad. 

■ III 

TrWJR Sale — Buff Orpingtons, prtaa and 
J? haavy laylnK strain, < hene. 1 cock rcttr- 



.••••• 



avaakawad: 
..MM 



tf^VBRLAND 

vF ruaalag Ai 

ITtORO Track. l»tT, 

1/ Uvaip. Ooa a( tha haat baya wa PAva 

• ••oaa- aaaoaaaeaaaaaakaaoaaa aaaaaaaa* VVV W 

ROADBTBRS APd Ll«lit aM MadJam 
Walghi Touring Carai with craak aiaft* 
- »r. la gaad aoadltlea tram |tM up ta MM 
TpORD Ooaad PpmbI Dallvary: gaad a r»MN 

Jm •••■• eseaeaaaaa •••aa*aa*aa»«««aa aBvVV 

|~VNB-TON Dallvary: a aaad aaa MM 

l^eXJtirauUN B apaaiai, Ult ...|l.fM 
OTUDBBAXSB. »>] 

s 



•«••••••• 



Cor. 



**b«*«*» 



D CABTin 
.> Old Ckarah Buipaiac -^ 

Oordon aad Coortnay Ifadr w. 



tM» 






CADILL.AC, 1 cylinder. ttO; 'Hup roadster. 
!«••: Uavera rdadatar, MM: motor 



cyeia. 1121:' Ford, t-pasaencar. $<••: Whlta 
Steamar. MM. ,, 

PACIFIC OAKAOB ' 
Olr. JuakU) 



JMM^/|— Idite model Ford In excallant or- 
Wi*V 4m- : eaay terms arraaired If dealred. 

•JRA OVBRUAND 

VXAPy aaatar: a raal 



Torpedo modal (• 
Kood aarvlcoahlo car. 



•IRfUV ^'^U'^UIf' ^** modaU the 
<PMAn/ b4at buy la taWh: tarma ar- 



raacad.- 



S700 ^^V^**" "*" Roa<l*t«r. hera'a « 



llirure. 



dandy ruaabaut at 



very low 



#gQQ OVBRLAND l-aaater. all good tIraA 



$450 



Ternw arranged.^ 

CHALrMBRS !•• 

tiraa: S naw oaea. 



ater, all good 
Oaly t4»4. 



#ggA BORD: anothar bargain, ft-aaatar: 



tarau arranged If dealred. 



. '■ 



•41 Vlaw Btreat 



Phono SM« 



PIVB-Patsenger Ford, late model, t-paa- 
aenger Ford, tires in nrst-claaa order, 
upholstery good and runs llko* a paw car; 
price tc«Q. Apply tt] Piihcoaa AveBUo, 
phone a3:X. 



POH 

131 



Mala— «- 



Cfcav i alat. 



model eleciilo atartar aad evarpthtpg. 
haiMrlor St. ' 

FOR Sale — Bxcelslar IPIS modal, tally 
aqulppad: porfact aoadltloa. Phoaa 
MMI> 

fJWR Fiinttura maviag. erattag aad aMp< 
f ping, try Bpdi ~ 



■allaiaciion. 



Broa. 
Phona m«. 



Wa 



ptOR, sale— Ford apa-ttta track. 



llttR. 



Ti 



T!X>R Sale 



HANDSOMRI.Y furnliihed '^nny apart- 
nrat. BUltiyHbQ fair elderly couple or 
caairalearenis. lit nioderii lianl^ Apply ISIS 
y^^tm street. X. '.' . T 



ktM Qter St.. |«M OR 




T .ADX attMlcia T^aniB room and board In 
X4 'r^M^ttnr MlBht aarvloea aVcalbka. Box 

m^ANTBD— By reapactabla working man, 
V V, AtmtortiAle roam and board with nrl- 
vald taMlly: state term^ and parUcalara 
Baa IKT.'^ColoHlat. 

VltAMTBD-j-8omooh«_ to board baby girl. 



DKLRI ifiotMa, «1* Tata*->-Heasaftaeplng 
aultaa; alaa; single ha u aakao p lag rfotna 
fraai |l; aingia MiMaa flna^ Ml«traaataBt, 

.-v. •■»_ -i. 



flrl 



^ltant.^-Yhrae unfural^hM rAo«A A»> 
p<y )M> Paadora Aveane. 

Pt^RNUKKD bedroom and kitchen com- 
Alatf f<Mr i^ouafkaeplnj, -gas atove. lira- 
plaawt Coannay. aear Oathodrar: adults. 
rhoaa 1>MU ... 

YTti^nMntBSPIMO raoma aad badiaaau: 
XI. twa. blaeka (ram Paat OHIco. 714 Hum- 
»om atraat. . 

TfW Raat — Unfurnished rooma (or houaa- 
X kaeping: olactrte llsht. bath and phone: 
Bear |wp . ean|: raaUl moderau. Phone 

/no . JKfat — Two upfuralahod housekeoplfng 
X rsoaia,, three blooka from eaatr* at 
city. |WMaa **W^ • ■ ^ 

3 ROOMS udfaralahed. ikrtUMe far hauaa- 
kaapHlr: l|*k4. wat«ir and Mnh (I104 aad 
7ta view St, ;-^ - 

•VMMlUaCD ROOMS 1» 



ling. 

464 the lot 



uullttls. . 3. ccAckcrcla. Aorll liatctMd. 
Gardler. Z*z» Blackwood St. 
Phono 5003 U 



XT^QR SaU 

•J? ph*r« 



— Fox terrier dog, 
144IR.: 



4 monthly |i. 



FOR Sale— Berkshire sow, wUI farrow 
end November; large Utter expected. 



Carrlngton, Blast Msoke. 



J: ma 



Sale. Clreap — Mredile bitch, ten 
monthn: ' n-ouM oivhsnire for dog of 
■msll»T breed. Phone 54 9», 

pHlR Sale — 13 White Leghorn pullets. Hrady 
A" for^ Isyliut. >S.64 each, or 'tha lot for 

tiiO. iXi Oeorge Stre e t. 

FOR Salr-^Bieht Pekin ducka and 
' drakPj^ two-llflv earh. nve months. 



one 
H. 



-Bleht 

o-llft\ . 

Qowarrt. ColquHs P.O.. Victoria 

FOR Sale — Two fine young Anrong; cocker 
el*. Fuller »traln,v atx months^ld', thi 
two for 13.40. 114 Mtchlgan Street. 



fM^N^^^NM'i^^l^.^.^.^ 



/^«OM#OftTABL.B fwmlshad room tor busi- 
Kti wMB laaa In ortvate ramur, FalrSaid 
platftoi: fjMt»aoo hyat. Phoge 44I4R. 



/^MIpBTAjaui fumlsbe^ room. sullAble 
\J (ar\i«^-««*« aontlaoiaa la a daairabie 
^mm: ba«i# l( dealred : cMaa in. Phoaa 



b ed r oo m . 



^^*Vltlt1aMB> r amn (or baslaaaa kontla- 
X< pMw «»ltk prtvata (amut: braaitfaM if 



npSmn 



BD Udr aam ta lat; altuas roowT 
P h aae. light, hoat. eloae to 
: two raama Box !••>. C^- 



^^{CBUT faia l plmd room for gentleman In 
J:^ artvatp limnyi braakfaat 4( daatred. 



I'VUSl^tT 



lU T ryiJart Ava. 

fJi^ l5Tn.T f a m lsMa iiS tltUni 



«it 

41I4U 



the 



"CtOR Sale — MuiTt a«ll my .White Wyandottes 
A* and R. I. Red pullata and cprkerels': 
also l&O yards or mora of wifo nattlait. In 
good shai>e. Phone tM7R. 411 Durban St. 

Bala— Six Collie pupa from 
'orkera; price tS each. Apply 
Parker. Rocky Point P.O.. B.C. • 



yOR 

A" we 



A. T. 



fpOR Sale— About ■• R. I. Red yaarllog 
a: bene, laylftg. 1403 Cook Straat . 

FOR Salo— Boaton terrier papa. Apply 
414 Punedin Straat. ■ . 

TjH>R Salo— Two t-yaar-ald hatfariL flfst 
X calves, Jersey milking IH gallons. Hol> 
stein milking 2Mr gallons. John Booth. 
Beaver Uaka. 

• i i I I. I I ■ ■ ■ 

FOR Sale — ft Bne Jeraey half era: all In 
ealt. W. J. Quick, Royal Oak. 

FOR Sale— Bngllah aetler bitch. T months 
eld. Celaalat Box »l»l., 

Q.OOO staglas caaarUML titl Blanahowir 



Ford 3-passenger, a llna car for 
ISSO. Canivrnn. iSl Suoerlfrr St.. ba- 
hl nd Par lltt'nent Bldg a 

ITIpaD TonrlBg. 1»U. Haaaler ahoak ab- 
JC aorbera. weather atrlpa oa doar% pH- 

fact 



vately owned, 
coBditioiL 4444. 
pointment. 



Just ovarhaulad. 
Phoaa 3I13X (ar 



'EH>K Sala— «•! 
J? ,haa aaal «« 
llrai. Ownar gc 



■paaacpgar Ford, .1*14 piadM. 
••vara: alaotrla ll«kta aaad 
golag to Cailtamla.' Wa talM 

cara la trade. Apply at Oamaraa Aataih 

Ml SupMior Straot 



ALTO BAROAI.N'S 



TTUDSON sup^r-slx 7-paaBengcr. MIS 



PURB-hred Jarssy cow, 4 years ; ta (reahca 
shortly. tlOO: Jeraey Holsteln cow. ( 
years, to fr«ahen Aorll. Iltt. Theso eows 
are rioh mllkara. quiet, and are aold only 
bwauaa owner la leavlna. Madrona Farm. 
QoHlon Head. R.M.O, i. Victoria. 

NORTHWBSTBRK CRBAMBBT. DTOT 

ini - 
nn UTB roourmr aroiiB 

SOIU aatra ««autr paiiatai Bal>^ Waita 
WyaMattaa aa« U sl tiw^ m asl* ta« 
«ay. 

Asaau aar Da Uural dapafatar. Baat 



SIX>yaar-old Hackney-bred mare. IIM Ibe.. 
Itaa all-round mover. prIaa winner: aulet 
to ride and drlva. sound : good at all arark: 
lady can handle her: ehaap. 1174. or e«- 
ehaage for piga. eaitie ar early iMllats. 
Moon. "The Mapiea." B.li.O.. Duaraa. 



Ibalinera, 6-cyllnder. 7>DaaBenger. _ 
splt-ndld I'viit car: 2-paascnger Model >•. 
Overland. Msrion Bullei. mil Cadillac 4- 
paseehger. and 191)1 Ford l-paaa«nger. Ilka 
new. Price 4414. 

CAMBRON 
421 Superior St. Behind Parllameat BMU ta. 

I' SLAM> fllMONIZINO STATION, US-« 
Yatea Street. Phone 4414. Ageau far 
Slmoaa* Pastvs. Contracts by the week, 
month or year. Satlatactlon guaraatead. 
The erlglBBl Slmonlalng station o( VIctarla. 
W. H. HUOHSa. Pra» 
Rea. Phone 4344L 
We aell cars on tibmmlaaloa. 

IF.ypB have a car and need caalr (not 
talk* see_Cameron. tZlSuoerlor at. 

McUAUOhLiN car, privately owned and 
well oared for. recently had new pinion 
ringa and crown gear overhauled, (our goo<l 
tires with om» spare; four spare tubes al- 
mo»t new top. Can »>e demonatrated ' any 
time by appointment; Itoo. Box SIM Col- 
onist^ 

I7SBO CARS FOR SAL-B "" 

MaLAUQHUM Ugbt SU, 1414 model: la 
splsadld c ondltloa. Pr ice. I1.M«l 

MeLAUORUM B-4ih ipii aaadai, la Brat. 
, Glaae order. ,all gao«-. tlragk- tpmt, 

■ORD. ifaie modal, rtip Mtat«^* aha«| 
_ . speedometer, and la A-1 
dltlan. Price. MM. 



BASr'TfeRMS BAST 



your friends at the CUARBNCB 
POOL ROOM. Douglas aad Tatea. la 
Baaeaaent. WICK RAPTlK Proprletar. 

Ttyo JACKS' POPS 
rpBB -worklngman'a club; beat llgMed and 

X VI 



M 

the 



vaatUated roeaaa la the city: Bruaavtctt- 
Balke and Burraugha aad Watta taMaa 

BUSIN1CS8'''CHAKCHB » 

ARB you Intereated In gold? Can wo 
•end you Informatloa on what we be- 



lieve to 



n 



the Hichcat Alaska Oold Placer 



^rawther. 



•14 Wharf Siseei 



vtas: 
eattar. 
t. behlad 



saaasal 



KXPBB8S AMD VBAMOfO 



D BATMAN — Jeeepk 
ISM Wharf atreat. 



H< 

Ph< 



\n: 



EMPJbDTiaCWT ACUPICfy 

EMPLOT^BNT AavBcp— t^ K. Wla« Oa. 
Chlaeae employmeat aaaacy. 

im. 

FCRNITVIUE MOVKRS 



CiatlBB and aMpplas aa- 



FCBNITDRB 
traated to jm rooelvaa 
attaatloa aad cbra. Rada 
r«4<. 1174 Tataa 



I^CRNITtJRB ^mavlas 



ploytag Ui^iaoB Broa P ha a a 



by em- 



JBBVBS BROa./ motor aad iMraa vam Car 
I., mevtag; atata^a. ahlapjan and. 



Phanaa titS aad (14. 
meat Btravt. 



1«N 



MOV& year taraRura by 
aalck and rellahia aarvlee. 
to J. D 



WIIUamaL 



•T*. 



TpOSTBR. FRBD— lata Oaaarnpaeat atreat. 
Mr Phona 1447. Altaratloaa aad rapalia. 



B.C. 



FUNKRAL. CO. (Rayward'k IAd.> 
— Puaeral dlrectota aad e mh a lmar a. 
Chapel and private parl>ra: mater or hoiae 
eaalpment. Alwaya opoa. Pfcaaa ntt. 
Tt4 Broughtoa atreat. 



Alaska haa taken out more than two hun- 
dred mlllloaa of dollara la gold. Would you 
like to ahare in auch profltaT For turtnor 
partlculara addreaa: C. P. Porter * Com- 
pany, Brokera, U C. tfmlth Bulldlas, 
boattle^ Waah. 

COAL aad V^ood — One ot the aaoat pra- 
creaalve a^d proatable undertaklnga^pa^ '7i 
tke Paciao Coast; haa valuable coal ageady \ ^ 
la canneetlon with Vrhtch a aubatantlal aad 
fast davalaplog cash trado la being traa- 
aa c tad. An unrivalled connection In tha 
cotd "vcod \rade. with ample reaourcea of 
tlmbei, both staading aad felled aad cut. 



GARDENINO 



1444 Vlaw Stvaet 



MASTBRS" 



Phone S7I 



QUICK ACTION 



1043 View Street 
•444 FORQ 4 

ly ovet4>auled. 
Phone 4tUU - 



Phoka t7» 
ater: new tireik receov 
441 Toronto Street 



(> OOODTSAR niotorrycle casings. new 
^ S4XJ. at 414 each. Renifle'a Oarage. Cook 
Street. Alaa 3 Ford bodies cheap. ^^ 

O* iPBB CBMT leas aBa. mere pCpi 
ibpfiarar. Bl *K. Aaapuaar. Att 



Airros FOR mmm 



IT74 DAT OR NIQHT Ilsaaa sna 

TAXI AaiD TOPBXNO CAKa FOB HUB 

DAT AND MIGHT BBaVICB 

aPieCLAL BATBa 



MBTCHOBIN. roaad trip 

aAAMlCH PBNiMauLA. raaa« trtp 
COLWOOD OOUr LlNKa 
SHOPPINQ. per 



Beau er 

Phone 4774 



...M.M 
...a4.M 
...14.(4 

...iUM 



Tralna awt by appalatmaat 

«• Ke .•1KB 



ifii 



H" IRB-^B^ new Wtata 
tTpf^Var. Maaa 

► •ore nfi tf%r. T. J. 



laud Baira 



K-PA8BKNGKR Chevrolet for hire. any 
O lime; rea»»nable rates. W. McAllister. 



Jr. Phone J744X. 



j;^>CiAa» d^ JbjROTOJK aa 

A GOOD Mayala rMar aM^tactotea a caed 
blayela aa wblqa ta ride. ^That la tha 

BB8T steel mod guards (or Cpdlea. 
tap a Ritchie. Ltd.. 4Yl view 



ready tor shipment ; centrally located. oBy 
depot directing the whole operatlona of thla 
his bnalneaa; equipment Includea new, up- 
to-date motor trucka. horaea, riga. eta. Ill-, 
Ifoalth c a uaa a owner to aacrlBoe thla ua- 
dartaklag. which la producing good prosta. 
and la teemlns with peealbltltloa for de- 
velopoaeat. Aitdltad acoounta caa he pro- 
duced. Not ona dollar la naked tor good- 
will. Price 434.404: halt caah. 
U. AXPHLBTT O. C HOWBLL 

101 Union Bank kullAlag 
Phaae Ss44. 



TIHBBR 
■AST COAST. VANCOUVER ISLAND 



/^IHNBRAL snrdealac, pruatac. apraylas. 
vX; rrad Bennett. Strawbeny Vala P. <X 
Fkdaa Oelaalta ML. 

HAItP-TQMtt BNORAVIlfO 



LRTLB * TATUHt. Stt Bart St. 
watrh— kara if alma aad * 



WHITB. SC wai 
tartas Jewel 



KxpaM 



AU 
traaoa HIbbea' 



Kacfavlag 
J gai 
BaMdlak. 



aatac> 
latKr 

at*. 



COatDWOOD 



MILLWOOD 

nTOOD wlIU wer»» «a«rt— Keep year Oia 
** baralac thki Wlater. Oct year aapply 
ta aaw by phaalas UMU Johaaea Brea. 



XriCK CHONO LCNO—Dealeta la 



ca rH aa la. T(a« aktra. OWIaa. (M 

atreaf. PlMMa UU aa« aiad Wa 4Mi^ 
M all parta at alty. 

■ -€ 

WINI»OW CUBAMINQ 



UK 



4U Tatea Btreet 



IBLAMD WINDOW CLBANIMO Oa 
~" Firm** 



We daa't adverttaa -_ 

Oar work advartlaaa llaatt. 

COB AUTO 8BRVICB IB AT TOOH 
_ COMMAND 

ar. M. RooRBa ~ 



WKUUDTQ 



v# Meal .aad alamlaam «aldta» 



wardfc 484 caartaei{. Phe 



PROnOttUONAli DiHBOSORK « 



AjOOOUHTVLNTB 



INC and Cofper lUuatratlana of ovary 

deaorlptloa at The Calealat Photo-Ba- 

gravlng Dopartmeat. 

KOWkMM AND CAMERAS 

"fT'ODAK BOBFITAL"— BHng yew Ka- 
XV. daka and Caa&waa to tho Kodak Hoa- 
pltal aad have them put la worklii|r order 
tw the Bummer halldaya. Mayi 
Paaaora Avehue. Phaae (MS. 

liAVNPRIEB 



>rklnc OI 
raaia'A 



lis 



N 

D 
3(4 



J>. McCeaa? 

liT 



MBTROD LAUNDBT. Ltd.— The 
tary way. 141(-1T North Park. U 
Bxpart laaaderata. Talt 



UtHOGRAPHING 



BAWDBN. KIDD * <X>.— CkaAaiad Ac- 
caaanata. AaalgaeeA eth^ 4U and 4M 
Central fiuildiBg. Victoria. bI& Phaae taW. 

RRAvrr PARi4ia» 



MABINXLLO Appravad Baaaty 
chiropody. aleetrqlnlaL (aelala,. 



^ aaaalcarlBS. 
.ward BIdA. 



atn. (It 



halr- 



CHlROPQDISrS 



/^tHIROPODIST- 
V Black. 



U B. Joaoa^ 811 Ceatial 
Phoaa aua: lee. aheae (Uaa. 



r^UtUISlNO 34.M4,4M feet A-1 cedar, eaay 

, transportation to sea to good hailior. 

Price. 4>4,M0; one-third cash. 



K. 
411 Fort Street 



A. HARRIS 



Pheae SSil 



a go- 
leuck. 



COMPLETB wood business for sale. 
Ing concern, including delivery 
Phone &43&I^ 

TTUtOLiaH Oarblde Lampa from (ATI, OU 

JCJ Lampa from 41.40. the NKW Delta Blee> 
tfte Lampa. complete, is. 14; Carbide aad OU 
of hUbeet aaaUty.^ 

to ,ge 

_ od 

Apply Mox 2148 Colonist. 



EXPKRIBNCBU partner wanted .. . « 
trapping: up North ; advertmer'haa good 



gaaollnc launch. 



TjH>RKS MININO CUUPa^.VY— Returned 
JC men In tills company uesiring further 
capital kindly communicate adreca ta Baa 
174a. Calonlat. 

OppartuBlty ta purehase fumMhed aphrt- 

aaeat black, aa a going ooaoem. 

ITtOR aale— Large revenue praduclas (ar* 

J? niahed apartment block, nieely al4> 

aated: taxea low. Priae about half 

what It would coet to buUd todaaw 



Ap-tly Ownei-a. 

naay "ihituine 



444. CelealB4. 



PUm* 



OATLO 



•TJtVBRBADT' 



C£iI»M_medela )«at received. 
teed. Naw la tha Ume te gei 
ed BBFORR the ralay aaaMa 



aaah lampa and batterlcA 
iiaa ab ly 

get yaitr^Mraa 



... tSP^^^^"^ The Bicycle apertalkK 
•**••?• 25»?* •£- Next Prtaoeaa Theatfe 
I't (WOTt^PtMe a( the lalaad vHSST 
Frldav. Mevemher 7th ""-^ 



li.a«4i 

17 
. aarbera, a 
dltlan. Price, 



ah- 



O' 



M MM. 

R. A. DAVIB 



*^J* fiP aa aytt a^ hUaht fat 
apot eaah. air. JaakMk Ml Vlaw m. 
Phono aaM. 

PiarON nasa'tat' aeary ear ar 
fftcaai . who l esale aad vatAlk 
a>aaa tMrdea •----" — 



leuee. 



Head. 

electric 



-M A 



Plataa 



fy^ Ford, electric eelf-eUrter, geaerator 
Vf and two rancae ^ cleotrlp llghu; iie«r 
Witlard tettery, demoaaubu rims, anare 
'"■•._^.'* tire; aew tto«i: , Tlmkla heartngs 
an (rent wheela. A aaap. 

|~|NB 1414 Overland, alecttle llghta attd 
v^. atartar. auarKntoMl in flrM.oi._ _-... 



tloi<< 



atartar, guaranteed In flrat-claaa twadl* 



^ .iAUWmOH. ROLFB A WILUB •. 
Cewrtney Street Ph*^ aiM 



SKIM muk auppiiad, % cat-ta 
Milk PradaaetaAM. MM 



▼, I. 

•M Xarta fibril 



Maa 474. 



last Tataa at. 



af. ■atABrtL M»'t»sa<a4r auay. bed: 




t^r.:^^^^^^"!^ 



Pheae aML 



/I^^O young cowa i»r a^laT 
X It M. 



IWOROUOHBRBD 
X halchadt WMU 
airdia, (AM 



»ta. 



T" 



Bkk J 

lara 



Oi 
MR. 



Parttaa 



WANTBO-Oaad havaa. ' haraesa m3 
.. *"*>"■ cheap (ar snah. Naanedlately. 
Apply ia«3 M<w«h rartk mimt. 



»' •^5^: poilabla dHveoh 
-*-rtft Park St. 



heme Ibr Briai>^ 

laM 



YBARLIfm l^ghora h««a far aale and 

^.^*^ hatrhed palleta, (l.ia (aeh; alaa 

•■"abh coaaa aaa CpaAcMi Iiwn4«aar >ia- 

ea« rts*. ir^ - -»■— ^ —..--^ »»v- 



T^BNNIBSBKVIce^ Ford livery "FOBDB." 
Xb drive yburlwlf. II per bo^ri PPMSWI nilea 
f*r Jnt long trlna: cara and motoi«y^I!! 
bought and sold: rei>alr4: Ford aervlcTMr 
tlaa. You better aee •^r^^vm sta- 

RKMNIB 



TjlOB aale-rCheap, 2-spe4d twin ladlan. In 
A ftrst-clasa condition, ready tor the road; 
_._ . _.- ^^^ tires and chaina. 

Apiity 4(t Johnson 



presto rear tandem, new tires and chaina.' 
For this week only. " 



Street. 



MOTORCTCLBSL Bloyeiee aad • Sapply 
atpre. VIotorIa ageata far Ksealaler 
metorcyolee;, full Mae of auppllee aad ra- 
pair parta tar all makea of metereytfaa 
I'rlcea reaeonabia 444 Tatea BtrecL ^^ 



T3V>R Sale-«. D. rnatorcvcle. t«o-4peed. 
X- tike new. Phone a47IR. 



WB have maay hutuinee for bt|ali 
opealaga aad could sell aoveral genu- 
ine retail atoree without delay. If price la 
ri(ht. It you have a business (or disposal 
either retail, wholesale, Bisnufaeiarlag or' 
rooming houeeg,. let ua have partlculara aad 
Wa will prodaCe qalekiwlta. 
M. AMPHUBTT O. C. HOWRLL 

141 Union Bank Building 
Phone 44M. . 

WANTED — Small furnished or partly 
furnished house, near town, for fam- 
ily of three; adults only; careful teaanta. 
3437 Victor Street. Fernwood. 



LITHOORAPHINO — Uthagraphlas; aa- 
graving aad emhoaalng. Nothlag tee 
large and aothlng too email: your atatloa-' 
•n la year advance ageat: ear ,work la 
unequalled wcet of .Toronto. The Celaalat 
Prtnting aad PabUanlng Oa.. Ltd. 

IiUMRKR OOmPANPBg- 

LUMBBR,' wlndotra. doari^ Interior flnlah. 
etc City er_«auntry ordera receive 
careful attention. 
her Ccm Lia..-BfMge aad 
3Mf. 



Ifhlttlagtan Lum- 
HIBalda ; fhaae 



liAWN MOWKRS 

f ■ ■ 

LAWN Mowers collected, ahaipeaad aad 
delivered. Wa alae put oa aew rah* 
bora to your worn-out waahUut taachtaa 
447 Fort Stiwet. 

MMB 

LIMB for (arm and garden, delivered la 
any auantlly. Roeel>ank Lime Co. 

P.O. 



Analyal* 14.7. 

Box iiai. 



Phone Belmont 4X 



fk^f\f\ CASH buys out stock of small store. 
wlWF premises with nuitablo living quar- 
tera adjoining can be. retained at rental of 
415 l>er month; store alluated in good dia- 
trlct with carllne fonveniently near: wide 
approach from atreet with store fivht ex- 
teadlag Its "whole qrldth givee prominence 
and added value. 

I'^IOUNTRY store, establlahed huslne^ In 
v.^ A'l locality. i>ostoaice In connection; 
good living quarters on premises. (4.444 
cash. 

TXTE ^ve client wbb owns 14a aeraa tlm- 
vT bar ItmlU With rain kite, euulpped tor- 
cutting rotigh Tuniber or tle.au would ta 
glad to meet responsible man who would 
look Into thla propoaitlon with a view to 
Inveotn^eat- Short haul from mill to 
waterfront: can cloae contract for 44.404 (or 
delivery by end o( January. Anyone Inter- 
eated call at office. 



JDBLIABLB. rapalra. AA 



Broaklaad^ 
Jahaapa Street.' 



Materaycle 



'^fUS 



CIBVBXAI. Mapa at RaaalCa Malar-' 
■? arelaa; Indlaaa (ram' (M apt Fev«% 
•*5: *a»al»»— hava Baaale do them. Ha 
Jl" "wUm r^ happy. i7ll Coak. Phaaa 



umt AMo vooim 



•7 



fWartOmntAL ~. Laat year— #ia— aalr 
Halr^red."*" '••*^-^°'"'0^^— '"'aatal 



i;[H>imD— Sawhaat'aa 



▲»- 



171T Cook atreet 



Phaaa 4141 



L oar— Black tot Pameraalaa: any Infer* 
aMtlan leadlaa ta whereabouts oleaae 
phaaa MMXI. Mfia Hall. uV utiidi! ^^^ 

T .©•T— Oa Celweod or Burnside Road. Oc- 

ir ***^ '•• i?:fe'« hammerless shotgun. 
Pleaae Ph«ne t444T: reward. 

T .0«*^A city chavue payitblVto McMllUn; 
■«.< reward. Crown Realty Co. 

LOBT — Irleh terrier dog; reward 
MM. MS Tatea atraet. 



|a»«AP— »aad. If la. . 
^ track. wHh eeavev« 
Dawaar lletair oa, aar. 
ear, aireatf. , 




8 



^<r w» FAW 




w^ 



^^^^M£^\^^ 



rUI 



TRB BUSINESS BXClfANOB 

714 B. C. Permanent BIdg. 

Doaslaa Street Telephone Sf44 



MACmMK CONSTRCOnON 



/'CONSTRUCTION aad repair work on ma- 
yy chlnery of all descriptions; castlnga 
aad bailer work to order; engineering 
hardware and suppllea. wood pulleys, pipe- 
flttlaga, etc Betlmatee given free and all' 
werk promptly executed. M-riae Irea 
Worka, (1( Pembroka Street, phoaa 4(L 



PHOTOORAPHERS 

SHAW BROa. uommeretal* photographera 
4M Qavemment Street. (UBctalrai. 

THE Artura Studio— General pholegraphle 
artleu: next Merchant** Baak. Yatea 

FIAWO TPWINe • 

- H. W, HOOD 

. ' • M4S Harriet Rdad 
Phona' 4447X 
Teetlmonlala arodiHad. «)h demjgad 

PAitiMB lWO Ajrp HEATINC 

AaHTON*a, LI IMTBD— Oppoalta V.KJDk 
PlumblBg. heating and aheet Iron work. 
Victoria phone 4743. Oak Bay phaaa (lafc 

HATWARD A DOOR. LIMnW 

MOT WATER. BTBAM 
AND OAS FITTINO. 
BAMITART PLUMBIMO 



MABINBLLO (saraeed Bhagk Oaapa mJk 
Hogan <M.cX>. ehlrapadlau aad cea» 
metlAaa PhoBeTlIT. 41t Beywayd Bids. 

TLliia. LA»*»^— 1'»>44ige. manlcuftBS aad 
iU. chlfapady; expert atteadaat. Phaaa 
1737. 414 aayward Bids. 

CMlROPRACrORS 

KELLBT a KBLLBT— Phoaea «144 aad 
44(«B. OlBca. 34».a aayward Bifc. 

■ PRPgOMfTB 

DR. WlLUAMa* Bngllah Oeagtr Care; 
quick ivllef (r«m chrealc oeakha. ((a 
Fa wcet te Drag atore. Phono 4(4. 

PKNTWrB 

a LBWia HALL-^ewell Black, eataer 
Yatee aad Douglas Btreeta. 

JFQQT 8I*¥)CIAUST 



TOBBPRB MADAM, (eat apachUhd. 
permaaeatly cured. Ceitaultatlaaa (rea. 
BtooaM 447-4i« Campbell Bulldlas. Phoae 

llAaSAGB ' 



ELECTRO meaaage. radlaat heat treal« 
meat (or rheumatle and nerve allmaata 
etc Mica Blltaoa (tally eertiacatad aad ex* 
perleaoed). aaslated by her hrather. L a d lea 
H.:nil«.mrn aad chlldraa treated. 4M-( 
Campbell BIdg. Phone 4387. 

l4Alfl> SUR\'ByOBS ; 

J. F. <JamltbelU 



J. F. Tempietea. B.C. US. 
U.C.L.a. 
Erneet J. Dqwn. Sec-Treaa 
A. W. Mcvit|la Dam. aad Scuai 

O. A. ^giMh. B.cua. 
OORB A McORBOOR. LIMITBD. 
Batahllehcd over 14 yoara. 
gli 
BBd Brokera. 
Ohaaaery Chaaibera 1314 Laaklet 
Wioa e 3»ao. 

IVOTArV PURIitO 



yea 
I^ad aarveyorb. Bnglaeera. Timber Crulasfa 



PAaSPORTS prepared, forma supplied^ 
Uoyd-Toun«. notary public, I 
atreet. Phonee «((t and 3543L. 

PHT8ICIAN AND 8VRGKON 



H. 



DR. J. DUNLkAP, 
Women's 



Bitif 



Phyatdan and surgeon. 

SulU 817 Whikar 

Second and rnlvrraity. Seattle. Wask. 



SCAUP liPifiaiAiiUrra 



CKTB apeclallae la soalp dlaeaaea (alllag 
V V hair, face maaaaging and 



Phaaa MM 



tai Fart atiaal 



JR. aLBDOB— Plamblas, heaUas. 
Oak Bay Avenua Phoaie 1844. 



MM 



BJ. NOTT CO.. LIMITED, Plumbiag aod 
• .HaaUag. 



Pho4e 484. 



478 Tatea at. Phase 2**'- 



SHERBT. ANDRE W—l 114 
Plumbiag and heating. 



Blanahaf^a »U 
Large ateek. 



BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL 
OfflECTORY 

AVTOfll FOR HIRB 



/^ARa for hire. 



Pha 



4M4T. 



AGRICUI/TinRAI< IMPIiEMKim 



MITCHBLL, O. T, 
Farm aad dairy 



eaglaee. 



414-13 

•uppilea. gaaailae 
Maaeey-Harrls ipachlnery. 



RRICKWORK 



-DflCKWORK— All clasaes ot work 



XP heller eetUnga aad all elaaaaa 
work. Dave Baraett. 1844 



aace 



ot far> 



Bireot. Phone 44S8X 



BUILDERS AMD OARPBMTKRS 



ptABPBNTRT — Alteratlone 

f jaaja repaired and gaa^ateed. 

Thlrfcen. Phnae 1748. Eethaaiaa fna 



mHB Colbert Plumbing * Heating Cai. 
X Ltd.. sanitary and heatlac en g laeaw, 
7ta Brougbfon Mtrbet. Kaiabitohed • t4«A 
Phoae 443. Incorporated 1444. 

' t ry." ' 



PATEMTB 



PATKN1S. trade nsarka, deaigDa copy 
rlgbta. Faathersionhaugb A Co.. the cM 
eaUbllshed arm o( pateat atteraeya CMBaaa: 
143e Rogers Ballding, Vaacoaver. B.& 



PATB.<<il«— Rowlaad Brittala. 
attorney: pateau la all ceaatrtea tWr- 



_ »y; 

Sold Bulldlag, 
B.C. 



44( UraavUle 



ceaat 

1 St. 



regla t ared 



Plump A Phllp. 441 Campbell BIdg. 

«."«•,. • .. • 

FHYMCIAW 

PiaVATE Maternity Hoepltal. Ktt 
aat Avepuoi Seattle.. Wash. 

■ « , » 

VHTTKRUfARY 

BTBRINARIAN — (Saaiaa Raapltai. eer» 
ner Oeek end Pandora. Phaaa (MaR. 



af tiM TaiMMU^ af 



MUNICIPAL ELECTION 



Ion If now being pre 
and Liceaaee he' ' 



Uat (or the (arUcaaUag Ma 

■pared. 

ra who^ 

the Ve 

laat da 

Clerk or Aaseaaer a 

aa preacrlbod br ihe 

will be accepted ua- 



.\ 



PRUCTUrO 



IXTHT aaad year prtaUag ordera East 

W yen caa get them deae better, aateker 

aad at the game price at The Celoatot, Pri ' 



rlat« 



lag 



snartmenti 



PliASTERUf G AMD CBaf£MT WORK 

I , I I I I I " 

T ALLEN. Ptaaterar — EsUmaiae glvea oa 
«!• Plata and ornamental piaeterlaa. ae- 
t werh. repairing, etc Pl^ae ((fC 



8(44 Beach Drive. 



PAIMimG AMD KAMOMlHdlO 



Ai 



KMIOHT. painter, eta 1414 MasUala 



aalch Read. 
Reward. R. 



L08T— Waterpr«e( eoat on Sa 
near aidaey. aaWie laalde. 
H. Mitchell. g^dat^aeadT^ 

Oai'^-<>a ^wa l de aehart srebad. Wa 
. .rataeoat aad hat. Fladae pleaae f^Ma 




lady'e i^al 



/XABPBNTRT rapalra 

\J s iPi rU JehblM. Eeiimatea glvaa. 



444iU 



gVARa A Q 

CARPBr^KRai AN^lBu'/LDBBa 
<}ar. view aad Qaadra atrseta 
ftSo _aLTERATION> BadpAIBB 



K>RBlNO aT.TBRA' 
IMa; Rea 4MI1^ 



fM^IMaa. ai4 




T^ffAtaLLa JORv T.. n$ 



ITST. 



I'heaa 484SU 

•WAAlirtMa t . 

XT^aad Plata dasngwerk. 



IMTIMO aad deearaUas. all klada •( act 

Ffwmpt ard pcr- 

H. Banm. IM* Davie Be 



gpw^ atteatlea. 



p^sr^x 



Paperlmagtas aad If a l aeaila 



.■■OK RKPAOUMG 



nETin4Maa> aaiaaar'a 



The Vetei 

nicipaf Blot. -_ . 

Houeeheldera and Licebaee holdera who wish 
to have llrair immea placed oa the Vetere* 
List maat before 4 p.m. on the laat day a( 
OctelM-r Ale with thi 
Statutory Declaratloii 
Act. iHo declaration 

lesa delivered within two days mtt»r It la 
made. 

Corporations— Corporations wheas _ 
are «o the Voters' List caa aaly vela by a 
uuiv .'pd areni mhoae authnrltr H'' 

act already flied maat be- aie< with tisa 
Clerk iMifore the toth November: aacb 
ageat ahail be a resident la the Piar j iga 
BBd a Britlah subjact of the (uU age oi 

]>ii:...«il»n (orms may be o^alaod at tha 

Mualdiial Halt «,„,.». «._^ 

O. H. PULLBM. OlerlL > 
October StdL latS. 




Frea( baelag beea S4ed_Ja mw 0mm af 
• leaa «d t;ertMMiU el THla Mh. 1P418-F 



:s^ 



pt Me name 
tetatha 14th 



_ Jt%m Laagley aad bear . 
day al May. lata. thMeby slva aa4iaa a( a4ar 
te4aatlaa at tha mtpirauea af «ma tiaiaadar 
Meath (rem Um S«nl pail l iii il i j i aaaiat M 



to the aald Waller 



CertlAoaU ot TUla la Ilea ai 
Oartiseata AW^Pdfaea haelaa 
mattea wMh ii t ai ^ psi M^aah tt 
eata of THie. la ~ 

wita I' 



lUy a iknah 




MKCAL 





Ttcm M HBBBBT OIVRN that ail 

•as mS 

i2iX 



SPPMf. Vir4aala._R.C^ 
4Ma4 BimiaRh. OM^Ial 



ksbsa. IMA. 



RI.I.KITT._«i 



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n 



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^HE DAILY, COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.Q. WEDKESQAY, OCTOftfiR » 1919 

■ " "'■- ■''■"' ■■■ ■■*■> ' • ■ -T-i i ^«« i . . M ^, >» > ^ -•' - ■ — 



ns 



sm&s-mms. 



fy^^^i^ 



:5 



a.M 



VMr Iratkhil 






'^.^. 



^^ LijBiULIY SIEJID! 



wto 



^AK7>!'o nfwviiM MAoa 

AfWtjn lb* o«c« •( UM OM 
r*' ■»!>>>, Iltt^* Mr aMMI 
MMkMMM* |r»raik«r laL mi. 

parjnSaSTlDiSai ^iirrmtnutu it Itl. 

2g#BsnMtfAsrr~Si" 



Potato Cropiis.jhAing Oiit 
Much Belter 1||| Was at 
RrHtf xpected, and Outlook 



Tr«4 



timgnl 4«ri«s th« »«*k h«a 






c inT«at niArtiM prtcn-^»'mm tMfwt 



«o«lUa« 
•t ant 



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. .at 



ikw 



OnMt 



Um»mnh 



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MatetimtlT* sMlitr- 
A«amA«-ff la Um rerwt 

\ia DcpMimmt tolarr tll«.M 
PttUwAo «Mri«iaac* tMc«ailMr 

idona: Mwt b* a irratuau or * 
Fonai flakaoL «|Ul atMtleal 



— i^wwiWi I MH ii " II M iP i iiii t III J 




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tfttMfL 






WlSat i|f :c:::r::rc:c:::::r::c: ai 






BraaOiC 9ar Ik. 
VUbarta 



•M*« •^T. -^Tt 



Ctll Loans IIm^ E4lim 

Prominent in Transactions— 
UiSi otMf H Fafyf)r SuOn^ 



T a«a t a M a« 




C a fc fc—. par Ik, . 

Ckrrata, aar aaek 

fcattaea. waart. pm «•■..., 
Oalaaai aaakiL pmr ikw 
Oatow» laaa thaa 
PtaMara. 1*-IK I 
Paia U aa. Aak«Mi 
Hl^laS 

WW' — , . 

TMMMa^ I 
TvralSrV* 



««An«at h2i» tr 

muai. k«t row st«iUlly t* i 



ra t »* • »•.••( ••^o ••%«« 






8te ffiSrk5»,srjVh. "^ »• —- 

<Mim«ifttlofu: Maat ka ottallila« ta la- 
Tsmntf an« ra»«rt aa laduatHal c««4l' 

M< t«k«|«ta lakear atatlatiM foailtor vlUi 
Jjgy w •■>* w«rk •«« jMiiMik ailB« ara< 

^MtiiraMI 



— . — -_^ aaoat taMMi k eart*- 

.^o*»y of tkalr «laohknra cartMI«at(«. ar 
*«• 9*fa of Ma>aiiaal«aad aflMtata. a ««r- 



- - UNtr ■ mil _ _ , 



1 MMwrnmnam lanaa iway im a 
«ik_«i»«aral«na4 or tram aay 
AaMt. 



y»rtlaaaat 



:ia?^'w-< 



^^— -— --» Cfawlarw, aifklk. •...••....., t.M 

ToMtoa^ looall. ik., .,...^ \$, a9 .SI 

i^>M«>lfcCLJka« ,..,......•... M^-toxi* 

arapatralt. Cat., aaali » 

I^ana, CaU. <aa; •.'..TT! ^ :|8 

Oraay a. Valaacia. daa. «• tm I.— i 



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[•^ rartaa. 




i^IWW TOtUt. j(ki«.-«t.— Tndtoc la 
4MW <fiiQr «i« ««««rM« alMMM 



Victory Loan 

CampafKi^— 1919 



willopciiU)«io(roir,lioflliy,2^iMt 'AsslHfliB 
MBvass by |»oiii|it teyiof. 



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tatt 



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M tiM oaa- 

. tellvtwwa 

for aim MKt 



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koaaa ataak, | 



vivmp , 

gg"afc,Jl li^* ••••••••?♦••• *••» * 

Ualaa, 1%. . . . . 
noaMkra. Ikb 
BMWtac Ik.' . 
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r«ka M Ikkt 
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• k «•• a atasakkv^^aavi 



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•n killer imnm. IriUiV iui 

Mvaaoe of «• »ol«(a tft Um nmw htch 
of S»*, rMctla* t» 171. bat rmlinav 
la thk eaal ^kaMatfl tMlk a aHl|tfa 
of »« foMUk. 

AOllkfta khwkk^ f««k aa QMto^n 
Stuts. Btndkbaker. iThlto aa4 Ualta4 
■tat— Rakbkr ware 4 W f palata 

4ki» «5i» SNiST ^iK ^ If aet a^-^ 
tlNQr. laaC'vfiika ttUk fllikriKat taactA; 

Bap«^to IrOB aharai th* 
kanara with ■Ciaaaral Matatik 




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gj-oaji^ oa thk Votara* Ual (ar tko yaar 
^•V, *"M«^ !»• takea tha< da«larkt4aa ro. 

1^ t? t'lis;;*^ ..Siii*s:ss- .r;,:^* 

ruiiiiiniiijna jiimmpdiiigii 

JJ ■rt*«^-">»i^ ikWa or^mala. o« tha 



c*y*' HkMakaM ,««••«••••••«•>•*•*• 

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AppIlcaUoiu will ia received br thii 
■BdaralVBei up to' Ifl^inber if|li. 
1*11. tor the positla«~aC V^aaMmt 
Maaaal Training umhtetot. Appll- 
caata to aUU prevloto aMrtMwa and 
quaUfleaUoaa. ' 

BBCaPOft «. OOWPKB. 

Siiuilitj" to the Boar« at 

4H|i»al Traataaa, iaaalah 

MttiU«lpallty. 



FRUIT. VEGETABLES; 
nrBUOUCE 




«. 



itr 4Lr.mmigm 



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Compound St to .tl 

7* 



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^Kkaue tk 

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> Ontario Bln«laa 
B. C. Cbaaaa 



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(Puralahad k)r Burdlck Braa: 4b Brett. lA4.i 

atocka— ni^. Ubw. doaa. 

Aiaaa Hol4an }i1[h 1114 

Braaillan fVac. |f% B«v 

Can. Car TOy., com. .. 4»X t> 

do. pfd. »l »» 

C^n. B.8., oom. ..; Tl 7*M 

do. pfd. ...i.,'... •• l>4 

Can. LMotaotiM \m.... !•• IM 

Can. coitonk \... iU iib 

iakai »■ aaa a i... .. •• -sk 

Dom. Brieve la ii« 

t>o«. 1. and 8 tn^ «»<b 

IM)u Taxtlla Ill 131 

«K*'3k^'^ T. 'l\ 

^aaaao jb[« • « si ss 

lKa#lnl|M isi 131 

apkniah Rir. Pulp *t% *t% 

ataal «( Caa._ TS 11% 



Wayk k Bkiie Pnip 



•*% 



111 
•» 

i* ■ 
Ilk 

««H 
1:1 

3S« 
Zl 

131 
«> 
71% 
IS 



preaaure. Related e^nlpmenta aad 

ataala were 3 to « petata htchar at 

fhtit hm^ T 

with alia aad U0$ aMr«a 

cloaa. « ^^ 

V. M. aiaai tmt m ^.^^ 

oloaed at a eala nt a amAU (raeilaab 
tha aUtaateat oT »fmll^a. arhMl 
Inoraaiw of aMnoat 
j^aa owp tha 'v^a' 
not l a aaad aati| utter tha 
ket'a olaae. 

Bhlpplaca had their momenta of 
activity and etreBCth. but ralla ware 
ralaaated to obacurity and matala 
acaln reflected the uiicerUia aUttii if 
the Amerclan Smeitlav dividend aad 
trade coadltlaBA 

Balea ahioaatad to itM^M^ ahnea. 

Ijibafiy iH'k were atrencv but 
othera of that divlalon eaaed with the 
Iteaeral Ual« Including faral«B la- 
auaa. ^I\BCat aalea. par value, #if.» 

47s,ofta. . ; 

(Purn^«4^'^l|aMlek B#^' i^dJtt. ttll) 

Amt. ntoMltoel tr 

Allla-Ckali 



It or ctve It 
. tMBC ta da. 
follow It with 
a. aad you'll 
of BMala foi. 
-T. -*. aa^aoqnlrat 
_ Stuart* a 
. la ataaoat aU L. _ . 
the Caitad BUtea 



.WINNIPBO, 



BUY VICTORY BONDS 

Tnm a MtOak poiat <if atew tte VlCTOIty LQAlt ^*ja0i 



tkh VlCTOIty LQAlt 
l_Miat at Wk« k k 



S^M#^^^ *^*'*'' ^'"'^'•■■••^•■■■■h* •» Artfcar varnc; K.C.P0 

BvilElr Brattm A Bueti, lia 

(Dirtte irtrc^ «a all priMlpU uilthjii) 




'Opta. Slch. Xiow. Claaa. 
^•aa. 11 ss% n ts% 

£*»• I«* '•* nil n% 

mm ...V,* #«ifr aaii fef« m% 

o«|t'-.«j#;;i4ff% i4t» itm iitH 

naa..^..^..Uai| )«|% M«« i»% 
ilMT <v — m tft% ttr • ttT% 





t^ilEW YORK QOnOW 



<rara«aa«d kr .l«r4» 
Opak. 
••.•t 

mi 

Mar tt.ll 



H.7S 
tl.M 

..n 



of 



Hilk Grada Dkin Xattk, 
IJIkiaa*, Pi|s aal PMwea 

^TOiUlaP InatnietJonafreu 



Sen 
one 



— _,. we wlU 

OB the l^renlaea, 

ta north of Tyee 

Railway, en tha 



br PoMlo AuetietL 1 
— ^and a auartar mllei 
Btatloa. an the H. * N. 
lahuid BJUrhway)^.,OB 

Jlhmnd^^ Oet 30, 1919 

At 11:14 ant., the Whale of their Herd 
of Xhtihr cattle, tl k h ikg Plga and Prod> 
ue^ aa fallowk 

are_hltb-«radk aad purk-bred ieraeya.! 
ta • yaara old: t srMSe Ayrahlrav « ya^^ 
old. Jtovera] af the above aaiaiala^aro 

!:Hadn.r*T^?."^Saa^ 

■IHhlUtfkra, doe to frelCn; NovaST 
^*' 9A P*o«»^r: 1 arada Jeraey hMf- 
•^^. *f ??!*•» >»»J?'w-fc^ tid 
4a 

""^ j j ^ ^»~ ■»» 'k*** of vartoue 




Am. Boat — __. ... 
Aat. Can. col. com. 

Aa^ Car Pay 

Am. Ia. AX>r9, 

lotlva .... 
»ad Raf. 
_. Tal 

IS: SS?,'-|?r.!::: 

Am. Bam. Tok. . 

ffiSS '**•** 

Atehtaon 

AtiaaUo oaif 

Baldwin tiooa. .... 
Baltlmora aad Okto 
Bothlahem Btaal .. 
Butio aapi. mainc 
Brooklra Traaatt .„ 

Cnielkia Bta4I .t 

Ckaaa p ak k o knd Ohio 
Chle., «JC knd at. I> 
Cble., R. b aad Pac 



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"a^j. «>•,... ^. .^ a f at 

cShali prioia: odfik^s C.W.. tSK: 
S C.W., 7411: extra 1 food. 74%; 1 
4aMk 77^; S |aik4> 74%; ttaofc, tlH. 

Akriar-^ C.W.. i44: 4 cw.. im%: 

rejected. S94%:.fitad, lH\; taa<ik. 
144%. 

liax— 1 N.VMC.. 424: S C.W.. 4S4: 
t .CJTh tt4;^ c Aa d a wih ^l. lit; track. 

Mira^S CWh.IM.. .- S .^ ., , , . 

III! ■ Ji»''^btimm 



n» GofpoMiifaD of tfM Dbliiet o( OdK Qm^ 

OAK BAY TAXES 

lj( hMfly N tidl nw hm 

Vmi Be Added -^ < v j ^. 

rOetflMr SL 1119^ 



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K. * 



Dal^3^, B-Ck OctojE)er 21, 1919. 
^ "^ 0. W. MMS, Coifeelbt <^ 



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7« '«- 

tUM Ut 

UlU 117 

» 3t 

liJ* 

<*% 1*1 

4 947 

»7«i ST^fc 



aad Pac. . sau » 

r »........« .4iS 41 

Mk %..;...« ai~ sa 



Cklla Coppar 
Corn Proaaota 
mwiUare (lac. 

Wa# * » ••■*aa«a»aa*aa*a A V 

at^ftwlSr .r.r^:!:; ill .„ 

Int*! Hlakal TT. II 378 

Kan. City Bekibara ... ft II 

t.ahisi) Valiay ; it 



Wi 



camber: 4 a«aM>tleaaliy Wkl|> 



itirSS'Bol 



X»». 



oiA^aat bra< 

■Maaa^awl 

^^•'"^ift 



"Caaea'reta" work while you aloep! 

When you are feeliac bItlouB, head* 
achy, eonatlpatad. U tha 'kraa4h la 
bad,^ Btamk^ apdat. w lor 4i>>d% ai^* 
htwnbaa. Juat take "6aa6areta" to ravu- 
late tha ll«ar aad bowela'aad all la 
well by inomliv. 



"CaaeareU" never cripe. atekan or 
keep you anztoua all aazt day like 
Calomel. Salta, Oil or violent PUla. 

^H^aaoareta" ara a daUyhtfur htxa* 
t*^»-«athartlc for (rrown^upa and 
children. 

'switch to '^aaQaPatr'-«-4:oat ao 

little! . 

* ... 

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mraa • 

Inapira 

latM Mlakat , 

art Ma^Mariaa 

tote Q S tfrej'T 

I. Ctty'BekiSai. ... „ 

I valiay ; itti « «TU 

atakl....M«.*««» k«% om 

Ilia and ■«. "..i. Ill lis 

>li ■•tam ....... U^ -U 

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ba. ,PkMaiaa « «l«jk »i wi 

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*-^*^ ■■ ^yga Aww* oaaeaoaaaaaa W9 

Tt. cmtm t«. ink »t 

maa Ort. lff% fay., ini .. II 
■^*». i » km>k. ubk ....... 7« 



O^Salahkd by Bm41ck ^raai tk_ 
Jt%. Jk>.% .i • f •.»*%» 



.. tid.) 
Aakcd. 

"2:'*>4"'i!;i«.7-rtir-:::::: u% xW*" 

♦jw ltt|_'.^. »1% Ml 

Jrtk e». iksi ?.^. ! r."*. M *»4H 

i.^T'^ _.» » «'i» 7 ifit 7."." Tk 71 

IMMfc. Cka. MbT Mail ......^ -kf 1711 

4*- t4>l MM N 

do. Ikll kiw M 

ArsaaUao Ovt. «%. iisk .... ki^ $9% 



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GAIiAVA METAL CO., Ud. 

VAIICOWBK. aC 



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amama 



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I'lvwatjuct 
tlK«tf%e. 



n.-~-bDp|Mr. 
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«arMfc aad VL 

Hertkkm PacMa 

fliit a ^^ f^ _»• ' •'• ••«♦••• • . 

Vaaaaylvaafa K.R. • » . . 
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On .......^..i.. 

Blear Car ..... 



akSM* 

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aaatliara -^ 
•aatbara By 
atadkfcakar 



• « a • 

• « > k a a 
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- -I II I I i - | - I i r I 

Ei^iimlt Watenrorln OoniNiay 



Ditlrkt 



HouaBHOLD fvoBBmn 
midiiTlT. moMliyM 

the IiMt Weekl 

i^jr-M^asa&ta-ii 

tMa," which "aaUa aaythiag froaa 
a *MM>*if to a piaoo.^ 

ahop haa nude it potal 



a tncop to a piaoo.*^ 
Thia at 

nelda 6f fcuaiaaaa activity wi«fc 
kcadqoartcra at Kqaai So, ^mmo 
bcrton BoiMiag. VktoHa, B.C 

C«A1 



PiopUfs Purmihini 

/40$BnmiA Co, P%mm74T 



Noliea |o tha R ii ii iii ta ol VIdtavk W«l, ||m 

4 fu M h ii ll 

*i. T^ '*f *^**f **' ^''"*^ ^mOons at present bekif cairied out oa 
the Island Hifhwaiy, Esqufanalt District, the Esqtilmalt Waterworks 
ConiMiny hAs be^n UqutsttA by the Public Works DepartmefH ol tht 
Province of British Columbia to divert qertahi sections of its main 
water conduit system. '' < n. 

The new cmfnedions to be made r^hMve to the proposed divtr- 
slons will McesfiiUte the entire watkr service beinj shut bSTrom five 
f5) p.m. Wednesday, 29th Inst, until about iix (6) a.ni. Thoridiy, 

Water consumers are, therefore, wanned to take every precaution 
against fire, and to draw in advance an Alequate supply of wafer to 
meet their d<vnestic needs durinf the above period. 

rn . r ^'^^^^(^I^^IT WATERWORKS COMPANY. 
Victoria, Q.C, October 2§t]»» 1919. 



_ _ _ WIS, 

BapakUe Btaal 

•la. Oil ..... _. 

kaiak . . . a . . lai )& 

feaJST.!'.: ,11' 

— -▼: — — J W a.,* • «• • • a WW 

IM Tkiaa Coatpaay ... Ill 

Jplb. PfOA >..«.....r. a Mi T-.^ «» 

Pklaa PJ^AB 1||% fsilK 

?"ft SrAiaii.;!':::: M lOT 

V. a. itakbar tsiS iSm 

c. a. ataki. aoak »f»2 iktii 

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■tatw uaaaa ar , n% 




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Wkatara 

WUIy'a Oved 
Waallaahkaak 



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la-H 

>«% 
41% 
41 

II 
Ikl 
•14% 
IkS 

12)4 
114 
IkH 

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44 

4MU 
lisfk 

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ISMi 
141% 
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Atlwkaaaa CMI 
B. C. Itoaalna 
B. C..P, * 

BeWana 
Canada 

j^^^a ^k ^^k -.- - w— — — -*«vv««vvaB« «a 

«*** iijgy * y. ■• • ^.'11 

Of*a< w ay^ Palm. .. .•>.... 44ta4 

R*wk aoaap ......... .1, . .« . 4>4t 

jati rk a t iiaii o»ai ,.i,,A,C.'- .. 

1- V-^W^ Vfom aaaoa akae WWaWw 
■••■•»• aaaaoaa^oaaa |bV --• aXS 

-^ — ^larrCarikkk ..^ ; .!• 

8*Ul28?mi ••'•<*"*"f"> i •• 
parva vu .«......a..«.^yT ■ .. 
taaird Vtm ..i...«i.»\. ',t« 

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aaalokk tnaaa 
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ttiartar, 
aii4 

Hio ICatal 9xehM«a aaatka 

aa«r: a#«t. tCSS m*i fe.t4 Mkal; 

December. 14.44 fMr fCTe aakaC 
SpeMM- eaay; Beat St. Laala dellv- 
arr apot. ITaS4 hM: 17.44 aakad. 

Ai Itthdaa: Capper, apot. fN la: 
tetarea, £44 I7a «d.: klat u u lytie, 
apot. £114; futurea. fill; Un. apet, 

tail IT* •«.; fMavM. itTf u. ail 

laad apot. £14 7a. «d.; fataraa. tU 
ti4: ap atear. 44S; giitBraa. I 4S Sa. 

MOMTIIEAL PRODUCE 

XONTlUBAt*. Oct SI.— ■««*, vacr 

arm: po t a t aaa . Araiar: batter, flrta. 
daatatlpaa: 

Chiaiik W heat Baatataa. ii^t^ 

Buttar-r-Oialeaat oaaaMtT. 41 %• 
4Sc. 

Bcsa—Preah. 74 %o: aeleeted, 44e: 
Mi. 1 ataafe. 80a: Mi. S ataak. Ma. • 

PoUtoee — Per has. earlota, 11.44 O 
I1.4S. 




CttbYottNeed 

When Tfsvdling 

a Lettw of Gndi|» ia«Md kr Um UHtlMiitB 
Bank. 




Tlie MERaMNTS lyuiK 



BkW. 




DpMrNtONLO^PRlOeS 



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MONTRBAU Oct. tl.-^Domlniaa 

Islis*' aXy a^ft2^ *•"• •'*' *••»• 



UOtttnmkU Oct. SI.~>R«|taraU84t 
^ «tiMa« tarhia at tha amhlr af fit* 
ItfBtra ai Baafd_ofn»4a la laiaf^ t^ 






kmatit awaaralilp and 




VimlilhiH 



olAo 

- NOnCBHIIBQIMMarWAI 

« J'^?^ ?C!fkJII!?if "'!■ *>■ ■ ■ > ««b ** imperative to request the 
Eaquimalt WftKrwork» Comtt^ay to maU ccriaia chaafas ia ita mte 
water cmidutt system on the Islaiii Highway, BamteltDMilct wMch 

wm necessitMe tlM waltf scrvica Mnc cut off froM S p.a. W«*Miifty 

Thursday, 3oth tal 

A. E. FOREMAN, 

PMBc.Works OeMrlBMrt. 

o^^ .»«^ .?.r^»«*> ^ "* " "■ t: :Vk>^ aa. 



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MONEY AM) IXCifANOE 



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the Sanatora to prevent the propaaad 
aatloaallaatloB af the Orand Traak 
Railway, waa tha raault of a apaehtl 
maotiuff of the Board of Tntdo held 
yeatarday In the Bxehance Hall. 

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the couraa <»f a apeoch hfOfa tiday 
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DINING CHAIRS 



Don't forret to see our 
lai^e display of Dining; 
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Is on Display in Ae Cnildren's Section, First Fbor, Doagbs Street 



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W^^istsin Tailored 
es, M^de FrorVi Col- 
ored Stripe Flannels 
and Cottoh Voile 

Taitored Waists, in colored stripe Ceylon Flannel, 
with -stripes of 4avendep, CopeiAagen and blacK^ 
on a cream t}ackgrouDd. t*h^ are made with fuU 
length sleeves fitted with cuffs, and have neat fit- 
ting:, high-low collars. Sizes 34 io .44, modestly 
priced at, each, $2.50. ^Vii -^ ' ' - 

Very Pretty'Walsts are orfcredlRf go0d*qii4lit)ft5>t- 
ton Voile. The material is pa|terned in, blue and 
blaclc stripes on a white ground; the collar is con- 
vertible, and the fallkngth, sleeves are finished 
with turn-hack cuffs. Sizes 34 to 44, selling at, 
each, $i.75.|jis[?|);^ >^ ff^wiists. i«t pioor, ooufUs 








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Practical Apparel for Wol 
men at Popular Pficies 

Women'* "House" Dresses, made from plain Cham- 
brays, in close fitting styles. They are fitted with long 
sleeves and collars and cuffs in contrasting shades; 
while pAarl buttons^ make an attractive trimming. All 
sizes up to 44 at,, each, $3.75: 

BuDgalow Aprons,; nicely made from good quality 
Prints, buttoned on the shoulder, and fihishedf Vitb 
belt and pockets. Special at, each, $1.75. ' . 

Kitchen Aprons, made from "first-class" Prints, in 
light and dark shades^ Bibless styles, spectafj^ miced ' 
aC^each, 5oc; /^ , 

Dust Caps, neatly made from Pritffs and Muslins. All 
colors. A snap at, each, 2Sc. ^* ,i>.ut noor, dousus 



Black Sitk Ev^r Hoias 

Premier Position in the 
; y^iii Fashibil 

— Whether utilized in Dresses, Suits, Separate Coats or Skirts, Black Silk 

is a material that always retains its popularity amid the fashions, no 

matter what chang;es may take place as the seasons come and go. And 

so you will always find in our stocks of Lustrous Black Silks dependable <- ^ 

qualities in the popular grades so much in4emand. Just now our as- — K7f /»n'c ' T^ t'P C€ i f l< y Cl f\ ^Tt\^ "QY^ift 

sortments are very complete and offered at prices that mean a finan- ^ViCi 1 o J-/rc5oing vJUWpS ailQ 

cial saving for buyers. . . ^ 



Beautify Your Home 

With New Colored 

Bordered Scrims 

A new sfiipment of these favorite draperies have 
just arrived, and present an attractive beauty that 
win surely please you. There is jjand valiie in the 
two following lines at 39c and 25c a yard. 

Colored' Border Scrims, in shades Of rose, htue and 
|:old on a white- ground; rose on a cream ground; 
m floral and conventional 'designs; 36 inches wide, 
at, a yard, 39c. 

Colored Bordered Scrims, showing conventional 
designs, in shades of hlue, rose and brown; 24 in& 



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wide, at, a yard, 25c. 

—See these beautiful Scrims today in the Drapery 

—■and Floor, DoafUt 



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' Black Taffetas 

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In a soft chiffon finish, 36 inches wide, at, 
a yard, $2.00. ;> - ,t , . 

Black Messalines 

Offered in rich qualities and reliable 
malces at, a yard, ^2.00 and $2.50. >. » • 

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Black Charmcuse Sating ^ 

A superior quality that makes up into 
smart, durable garments. It is 36 incHes 
wide. At, a yard, $3.75, $4.75 and $6.50. 



Black Pailette * 

A very dressy and durable silk, 36 inches 
wide, at, a yard, $2.00. • 

Black Duchessc Satins^ ' 

A very strong all-silk quality, 39 and 36 
inches w'ide at, a yardi $3.00, $3.50 and 
«.75. 

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Smoking Jsfck^0^ in 
Pleasing Assortments 



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Black Peau de Soie 






A silk specially adapted for skirts, suits 
and coats, at, a yard, $2.75 to $4.75. 

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Excellent Values in Children's Apparel, A|l Good ' 

Quality and Well Made^ 

Woolen Caps, in a new, round style, fin- 
ished with tassels at the side; in colors of 



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— What a comfort ypu^iinrlll eicperience when ybii vcaf 
one of these well made, contfortabb jD^essiini^ Giiiiwniii 
or Smoking Jackets wc are selUn^ at lowest possible 
prices. ■ ' ^Z ' ■ \ " 

Dressing Gowns, Jn heavy Kimonb Qoth, shown In t 
great variety of patterns. CalUfintt examine iHem now, 
whpn the stock is at its best. 'The prices arc very rea-* 
^nable Jit $9.50 and $1p.75>wl|i - , 

Men's Smoking Jackets, in a large assoAment, a( 
$6.95, $8.95 and up to $16.00. ^ 

-rAt these prices the values offered are the best ob* 

tainable. . -^^m^u ClotlUng. Mai* Fkwr, Broad 

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Essentialjs 

pink, saxe, blue ^nd white. Sizes to fit 2 ^ f JOr Rflhv 
6 years, at, each,-$l.oo« •• ^ - -s^-r. ^»; Xv-'^U^nSivfir-. :. _^^*^M^'\ ' 



Colored Woolen Suits for Boys, consist- 
ing of pants and jersey. The Suits are 
aeatljti^a^e^d the jersey fastens* on the 
Mufikrii^ith four buttons. ,A fine selec- 
tion of colors is oflfered, including sax<», 
brown, niyrtle, cardinarand white. Sizes 
20 io '26, at, a Suit, $3.9o. 

Cashfti^re Suits (All- Wool), consisting of 
jersey, pants and cap, in colors of saxe, 
myrtle, brown, navy and white. Sizes 20 
to 26, at, a Suit, $6.90. 

Warm WoOteh Caps for children's schdol 
wear, in pretty shades of olive green, 
emerald,, maroon, brown and white. 
Decked with buttons on each side, and 
mide to fit the ages of 6i t<| 12 years, at^ 
eaith, $1.25: 

Pure Wool Sweater e6i!s'^^^^«'€^^ 

Women Will AppreciateThfeColcf Weather, at^$l4.5dEacIi 

"What splendid value*' you will say when yoU see 0iese well made all-wool, good 
>yeight Sweater Coats.^ The style they represent has a sailor collar, convertible, pockets 
and sash finished with fringe. The Sweaters are shown in choice shades of rose, brown, 
emerald, navy, sax^ and peacock. Looking for a warm Sweater you will be satisfied 

:wlth (his at $14.50 each. ^ —sweater SMHon. ut Floor, DoufW; 





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Woolen Caps, in toque style,' in combing 
ation Colors of white, trimmed with pink,' 
Of blue and rose trimmed with white. Suit- 
able for either bgyS or |:irls at, each, 5oc 

, «|*(J., 7.C/. ■-•;'=^, •■*,■. ' 

Childien*^ Bloomers, neatly made from 
white flannelette of fine quality, and hav- 
ing elastic at the waist and knee. In sizes 
to fit 2 to 16 years at, a- pair, 75c and 

$1.00. t^t-t-v ; .- - ,.;:•'■ - 

'•—Children's Sectteh. \%i Floor, Douglas 



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:? 'Prices - 

- Infants' Bootees, made 
v. from soft, white wool. 
■ Hand-made, and selling at, 
a pair, $1.25. 

Infants' Bonnets, made 
from fine, white wool, in 
double crochet, and pret- 
tily trimmed with pink and 
pale blue. Very special 
value at $1.75. 
Infants' Pull-over Drawers, 
in all-wool; very snug gar- 
ments, made with or with- 
out feet, at $l,5o and 
$1.75./-- ,;;— ;;.fr-,v;--r 

— A complete assi)rtment'of 
Infants' Woolen Garments 
are offered at very special 
prices. See them. H^;^ri|v 

. . ;,<— Infints' Section. i$t Floor, 

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Qomforters at 
Special Prices 



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•-•Comforters that are guaranteed to' be^; 
pure, Arctic Eider Filled, and covered with 
tb|^st grades of sateens and satins. 
tScliif briers made up, stitched and ven- 
tmted ill the most approved fashion, and 
iA^ings ztifi designs to suit all tastes. 
Att«t?'spechil prices quoted below, these 
Comforters are away bclon: market value. 
All wanted sizes for single, medium-sized 
and. double beds arc offered. 

—Sizes 60 X 72, 66 X 72, 72 x 72, and 72 
X 78. 

Real Eiderdowns 

Special at Special at 

Hi 7.50 $21.00 

yfk> choose from. , 42 to chopse from. 38 to choose from* 

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Special at 

114.75 

25 to choose from. 



Special at 
$25.00 



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Community Plate Com- 
mands the Admiration 
• of All 

— Beautiful ifi -de- 
sign, superior in 
quality, Commun- 
ity Plate com-- 
mands, and rightly 
so, the admiration 
of a c on t i n ent. 
Community Plate 
is the desire of the 
h e a r t of c v.e r y 
home. 

That Is Why We Sell It 

—As Wedding Gifts or Anniversary Gifts, 
Community Plate, offered in many pretty de- 
signs and utilities, is highly sippreciable, and 
presents grcit opportunities to gift buyers. 

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—12 Only, Cbngoleum Rugs, measuring 6 ft. x 9 
ft., i^ill be sbrd todiy at, each. 



$9.95 



— Congoleum Rugs of the genuine "Gold Seal" 
brand that seU regularly at $i i.25— Rugs that win 
give a highly satisfactory service. You require a 
Rug for kitchen or living room. Then shop early 
this momhig and get one of these good values. 

— Rtmember there are only 12 to go at $9.95 each. 

"T-la Ite Car^ Stction, 2ni noor, Do«glM 



Many Fine 
Qualities in Fur 
Collars and Cuffs 
Have Just Arrived 

-HCwfs 4J^ Ins. wide and 
12 inches long are priced, 
according to quality, as fol- 

Cuffs, ma'de from choice 
Skunk, at $10. 75 to 1 12. 75. 
Cuffs, in Bhu:k and Brown 
Hare, at $7.50. 

Collars, made from Bhclc 
and Brown Hare, at $8.75, 
$10.50, $12.75 and $l4i90. 
Cottars, made, in Black 
Coney, af$ 14.50. 

Collars, in Black Skunk, at, 
each, $35.00. 

-^<:afl and lee them in the 
THtnming Departaieot 



CorSset Waists for Misses and Chil- 
dren at Special ^Prices 

Mis^* Corset Waists, made from White Coutil, well 
corded. They are fitted with front steels, back lacing 
*and fo^r hOse supporters. A Waist that is very special 
value at, each, $2.00. 

Children's Waists, made from good quality White Jane, 
well strapped and reinforced. They have two rows of 
buttons, and are equipped with a.splendkl pair of hose 
supporters. To' fit the ages of from 2 to 12 years, at, 
each, 75c. 



Navy Cloth Skirts for Children 
at, EacK $4.75 

One style is of plain g;ored effect, finished with belt attadiii 
and poekaif ; trimmed neaUy wUh bufloni, and offered {n Hxei 
34, 36, 3rand 30, at, eac^ #4.75. 



Another slvle is trimmed on one Mt with plo^icki and but- 
toM, and fitted with pocket TUt is a rtty pracfical Skirt for 
•eiool gbb. Siies 34, 36» 38 and Jo inchet ktag from tho 



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