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Array A   WEEKLY
PAPER   FOR
A   WAKING
COMMUNITY
(frml'X^H
vocate
4,   No.  42
VANCOUVER,   B.   C,  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER  9,   1923
Five Cents
PATRONIZE
South Vancouver
MARKET
Thursdays
and
Saturdays
Action Here Will
Assure Iron Industr
Campaign of Misrepresentation Is Vigorous.    Understanding   Wins   Ready   Support. Opposition   Inspired   by    Foreign    Interests. B.    C.    Must
Co-Operate.
OUR   DAIRY   OUTPUT
The prospects for the early establishment of the
iron and steel industry of the Coast Range Steel Limited
should be speedily realized.
Al the capital one finds that a great deal of misunderstanding as lo the proposals of this organization exists. Further, in addition to what there may he of actual
misunderstanding, there is a great deal of misrepresentation—which can only he ascribed to foreign steel interests
and which has been disseminated by their agents, with
the active co-operation of representatives of eastern interests.
It has been charged that the proposals are to be carried out by a scheme of financing of Government bonds
and that the promoters are not investing their own
money. It has also been contended that the financial
position of the province is such that addition to the present tax burdens would not be possible or wise.
The first of these charges is entirely false. On the
original proposals made in keeping with an outline accepted by the Minister of Finance, the entire scheme of these
proposals was to he covered by 12 millions of guaranteed
bonds, shared in by the Imperial, Federal and Provincial
Governments, before these respective governments for
some time—and is a sufficient answer to the charge referred to.
Subsequently, the situation has developed until the
present position is that the Provincial Government is
STsived to join with the foremost British experts in this
proposal, with a guarantee of 4 million dollars, the Iron
.Masters and financial experts of the Old I,and assuming
responsibility for the remaining 11 millions, with the
provincial 4 million conditioned thereon.
Further, this expenditure will be undertaken over a
period of years—with an understanding that the initial
units must prove satisfactory to all concerned in every
respect before the development of plants is completed.
The character of the British Associates of Coast
Range Steel Limited precludes any quest ion as lo whether this industry will pay. They have too much at stake
to undertake anything that savours of failure.
As to taxation, one tails to see where one can look
for relief from this burden unless to an increased population with which to share it. Since, however, our facilities
are insufficient today to furnish employment and a living
lo the present population—since we cannot maintain the
present population—how can we possibly open the door
to new-comers?
Commencement of iron smelling and steel works,
here, however, will provide us with the required foundation upon which to increase our population. With established industries we may logically have increased population—may logically retain our own sons in Canada to
boot.
Further, the commencement of this industry will
create a vast amount of taxable property which today is
not taxable. Inm properties will have a real value and
coal areas will he opened up—limestone quarries will he
operated—claypits will be worked and a thousand and
uiie other contingent activities started.
Coincident with the departure of experts and engineers from the Old Land for this province to select site for
these works and such properties as will he operated, there
will also come a group of industrial magnates and their
representatives to plan for the erection of factories which
will be possible on a commercial scale when pit;' iron is
available; for pig iron production is closely related to population—the one begets the other—and it is difficult to
place limits to the possibilities attending this development
The addition of these taxable properties and the consequent influx of workers—all of whom will be able to
really earn a respectable living will go far to the amelier-
ation of the provincial per capita debt. Is this not desirable?
DO WE WANT BRITISH IRoX MASTERS To
DEVELOP OCR PROVINCE?
There is no question about the answer. The people
of this province most certainly DO.
While the production ol' cheese has
decreased in Canada during ihe pre-
si ni century, ihe making of creamery
he ter and ol' condensed milk products
In ; greatly Increased, in 1900 the
production of cheese in ihis country
was 220,833,289 pounds; in 11122 il was
181,530,053 pounds. In the lirsi year
ol' Ihe century, 36,086,739 pounds of
creamery buller was produced; last
year Ihe production amounted to 11(1,-
863,517 pounds. In 1900 I lie condensed milk products amounted in value
to $269,520; lisi year they reached
$6,839,232.   The butter outpul or ihe
Prairie Provinces in Ihe lust dozen
years has increased enormously.
From being importers those provinces
have become exporters, and their products have received a Rood reception
in the British market. As regards
cheese, il' Canada would regain the
place she formerly held in those markets, it is plain lhal. she must adopt
progressive measures such as that inaugurated on April 1 of Ihe present
year, when the official grading of
factory cheese and buller intended for
export commenced. In the throe
Prairie Provinces and in Nova Scotia,
government grading of cream at Ihe
creamery has also been instituted wiih
good results, so far as butter-making
is concerned.
DOCTOR   MAYO  AND  GERMS
In conneclion with Ihe Anniversary
Services of Mountain View Methodist
Church, Ihe ladies are serving a hoi
dinner from 6 lo s p. m„ on Ihe evening of Friday Ihe llith Instant. A
good program has been provided.
The following editorial taken from
Ihe Vancouver Sun is one of the most
timely suggestions made Willi regard
in the Canadian banking system we
have seen. There is no doubt that
the Sun has "hit Ihe nail on Ihe head."
Unless something of this nature is
done lo give Ihe Canadian people absolute confidence in Ihe banks ol the
country, tffere will be some action
forced  by the people.
OUTSIDE  BANK  INSPECTION
Unless ihe banks themselves, through the Canadian Hankers' association, propose a system oi inter-bank
Inspection whereby the association
would assume responsibility lor the
statements of individual members,
public opinion in Canada, through political bodies, is going lo demand radical changes in the banking system
which may provide a cure worse than
the disease.
The present system of outside auditing of banks is utterly worthless and
amounts to nothing but an unnecessary burden upon the banks which
affords no production whatever to the
banks' customers.
What, the association should propose
is  ihe appointment  of two or three
I live   banking   men   with   good   salary
| and Wide powers who could walk up
lo any Canadian bunk and demand a
list of all loans uwv $60,000.
Auditors have been able lo check
the "order" of loans and Utile legal
nicities in conneclion with them. Hut
Ihe physical or actual value of loans
has never come under government
supervision.
Whether or not the slump box is
oui Iwo or three cents, or the cashier
is  short live of tell  dollars, does  not
Interest the general public,   liui thai
is its far as our present  outside audit
is allowed lo go.
The real securities for loans can
always hi' manipulated unless an Independent practical banker Is pul on
the Job who will report directly to the
Dominion Finance Department any
insecure position.
These inspeciors of practical experience could judge the security ol hanking operations along Ihe lines ol the
distribution Of risks of the insurance
j companies. With the authority ol
.government behind them, Ihey could
prevent the throwing of good monej
after bad, that usually happens when
banks try to cover up to prevent panics or runs.
Adequate outside bank inspection is
the only measure thai will pul stability into our banking system and restore our banks to a position where
Ihey  can  render maximum  service to
the development of the country. Radicalism and freak legislation will be
avoided if the bankers themselves ask
for such an Inspection.
When  thieves  lull out  honest   men
gel    their   due.     When   honest      men
fall out, lawyers get theirs.
Tin'   Editor,
Hear Sir:—Al last Ihe light is
breaking, ihe dreaded fear of germs—
ihe medical myth—that has caused
many epidemics and murdered countless lieiiiiis, has been pronounced by
one oi ihe most distinguished surgeons on I lie American continent, a
medical delusion, declaring before a
convent ion of the profession that 98
per cent, of germs of all kinds are
"harmless, not only so, but are necessary lor Ihe proper fund ion and maintenance of health in the human system, and the other 2 per cent, innocent of any noxious aclivity.
What a relief ot the terror stricken
patients and others, blanched with
fear at Ihe mention of the deadly and
iuvisable medical germ, which the
faculty pronounce, can only be exorcised and calmed, by money, and medical skill. Tlie more money, the more
expensive the germ—to be toed by
such an eminent authority as Dr.
Charles F. Mayo, of Minnesota, that
the so-called malignant germ, never
existed but was, and is entirely a creation of the medical faculty, and an
attempted perversion of the laws of
nature governing the human body.
Much gratitude is due Dr. Mayo
for pricking this destructive medical
bubble, which has been used lor
many decades lo hypnotize masses of
people. The conscientious and humane doctor has often doubted the
virulence of the germ theory, when
finding his patients recovered contrary
to all medical precedents and practises.
When, will it be understood, that
the Sanitary Engineer and the soap
factory has done more for the health
of mankind than all the serums, toxins and antitoxins of the highly
commercialized system of medicine?
The good book says "cleanliness is
next to Godliness." All honor to Dr.
Mayo and other humane doctirs, who
have had the courage to speak out
In meeting against the intollerance
>f ignorance, and the periodic scare
hunters, the cause of many human
ailments.
Yours,
ANTI-HUMBI'G.
The attention of the Editor lias been
drawn lo the silly way in which Ihe
Sunday Observance Law is enforced.
Last Sunday evening our informant
was in Vancouver wiih his wife and
children. They wenl into a store on
Hastings street while "Dad" bought
himself some "smokes." The children
asked for "sweels.' 'but mother
I bought some fruit would be belter
than candy and suggested pears. But
lo I heir surprise and disgust they
were told by tin' storekeeper that he
could sell them tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, and candy bul it was against
the law to sell (he fruit. Is there any
wonder that their is continual complaint that the people have no respect
for the laws of Ihe land? Why bar
people from purchasing fruit on Sunday?     •
A play entilled "The Torch" will
be presented by the Beacon Light
t'lub of Westminster Presbyterian
Church, 26th and Sophia street, on
Friday, November 16th, at K p. m.
Characters: Canada, Lillian Simpson:
Camp Leader. Mrs. Gilmour; Camp
Girls, Belle Ilutnslead, dean Murray,
Isobelle Pryce, Jean Burr, Beltlna
Demon. Edith Brown; The Series,
Beauty, Bcrnice Mann; Wealth, Mabel
While; Fame, Mary Sutherland, Olive
Allan, Dorothy Burnett; assistant
artists, Mrs. Wilburn Smith, soprano,
Miss Madge McBeth, Violinist.
"Whal is the secret of success?"
asked Ihe Sphinx.
"Push," said the Button.
"Never be led," said the Pencil.
"Take pains," said the Window.
"Always keep cool," said the Ice.
"Be up-to-date," said the Calendar.
"Never lose your head," said the
Barrel.
"Make light of everything," said the
Fire.
"Do a driving business," said the
Hammer.
"Be sharp in all your dealings," said
Ihe Knife.
"Find a good thing, and stick to it,"
said the Glue.
"Do the work you are suited for,"
said the Chimney.
FIRE  PREVENTION
Fire last year killed 15,000 people
in Canada and the United States.
Here are some of Ihe many points:
"Fifteen thousand fires in 52 weeks
is about one every half-hour. You
or your family may be the next. In
the next 24 hours 41 people will be
burned to death and 47 more seriously injured, if the average continues.
"The Fire Demon took as his toll
last year, $520,000,000, or about $1000
a minute,
"And every fire means also loss of
home or loss of job.
"Nine fires out of every ten, according to reliable statistics, can be easily
prevented by simple precautions and
common carefulness."
TIME
Time is of all things In the world
Ihe longest and the shortest, the
quickest and the slowest, Ihe most
minule and the greatest, the most neglected and the most regarded, without which nothing can be done, which
devours all lhal is little and gives
permanent life to all that is great.
Nothing is longer I ban time, because il is the measure of eternity.
Nothing is shorter, because it is insufficient for all our plans.
Nothing is slower for him who
waits, nothing more rapid for him who
enjoys.
Time stretches out to the infinite in
greatness, and it is infinitely divisble
in littleness.
All men neglecl lime, all regret its
loss. Nothing can be done without
time. It wipes out all that is unworthy
of posterity, and immortalises great
things.—Voltaire.
WOOD'S
HAS   A   NICE   CHOICE   SELECTION
OF  BEST  MEAT
ALSO    FRESH    KILLED    TURKEYS
GEESE. DUCKS AND CHICKENS
GET YOUR
THANKSGIVING
TURKEY AT WOODS
No. 1 STEER BEEF
Round Steak  20c and 25c
Sirloin Steak 25c and 30c
Rib Steaks „ 1214c
Pot Roasts   8c. 10c and 12K2c
Rump Roasts 18c and 20c
Prime Ribs   15c and 20c
Oven   Roasts    12c and 15c
Boneless Stew Beef, 2 Ibs. for   25c
LOCAL BABY LAMB
Lamb Stew  _..._ 17c
Shoulders Lamb   26c and 28c
Loins Lamb 35o
Legs Lamb   38c and 40c
LOCAL MUTTON
Mutton Stew   12|/2c and 15c
Shoulders Mutton   20c and 25c
Loins Mutton   28c and 32c
Leg Mutton  >  32c and 35c
FINEST ALBERTA GRAIN-FED
PORK
Front Leg Pork  „ 18J/2c
Centre Roasts Pork   20c and 22c
Loins Pork  28c
Side Pork   25c
Hind Leg Pork 28c
Pigs Heads  6c
MILK-FED VEAL
Veal Stew  12i/2c—
Shoulders Roast Veal   15c and
Loin Roast Veal   25c and
Leg Roast Veal 	
Veal Steak   20c and
OUR OWN MAKE
Woods Little Pig Sausage 	
Woods Beef Sausage 	
Fresh Mince, 2 Ibs - —
Pure Beef Dripping	
Pure Lard	
DAINTY DISHES
Lamb Hearts, 2 Ibs	
Veal Hearts _
Beef Brains	
Calves Liver , •>
Lamb Liver  —
Beef Liver ~	
Pork Liver, 3 lbs   for 	
Beef Hearts, each  20c and
Smoked  Meats, Ayrshire  Bacon,
Peameal   Bacon,        Breakfast   Bacon,
Smoked Hams and Smoked Picnic
We have everything in the
Cooked Meats
HEINZ PICKLES
JIGSS'  SPECIALS — Choice Corned
Beef and  Corned   Pork
Fresh and Cured Tongues
Fresh Killed Chickens, 25c and 30c
Local  New  Laid  Eggs
FAIR. L950
FREE   DELIVERY
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
"SERVICE"  IS OUR   MOTTO
WOODS
Meat Market
3240' Main Street
At 16th Avenue
-:- McLBODS -:-
Busy, yes. Busy all the time. Because wo give tho people 100%
values every time. We do not allow any shoddy goods here; only
good dependable merchandise enter McLeod's store. 'Mir prices
lor actual values are by far the lowest in the city or suburbs.
I )rop in and be convinced,
HOSIERY
STOCKING   VALUES   UNEQUALLED
Stockings   of   All   Kinds   Kept   in   Stock
See   Window
Ladies'   Cotton   Stockings 25c   to   50c
Ladles'  Lisle Stockings 45c to 90c
Ladies'  Cashmere   Stockings 75c   to  $1.50
Ladies'  Silk   Stockings 75c  to  $2.00
They rome  in black and all the new colors
In  sizes 8' 2i  9.  9' 2  a"d  10's
Boys'  and  Girls'  Stockings 35c  to $1.00
Tots   Cream   All   Wool   Little   Darling,   Daisy
and Lamb Stockings, pair 50c
And up according to size.
UNDERWEAR
LADIES'   WINTER   WEIGHT   UNDERWEAR
AT   RIGHT   PRICES
Ladies'  Vests without  sleeve
20c  and  25c
Ladies'   Vests,   no sleeves, short sleeves and
long  sleeves,  heavy make 50c to 90c
Ladies'   Fine  Wooltese  Vests 90c  to $1.25
Ladies'   All   Wool   Vests $1.40  to   $2.50
Ladies' Bloomers, medium weight in pink and
white,  garment 50c  to  75c
Ladies'   Bloomers,   heavy   make,   in   pink   and
white, garment 80c. 85c and 90c
Children's  and   Mises   Vests,  all   sizes,  prices
range  from,  garment 50c  to $1.25
85c to $1.50 PAIR
NEW   AND   UP-TO-DATE  STOCK   OF   LADIES'  GLOVES ■	
NEW STOCK OF  LADIES' CORSETS  AND   CORSELETTS—ALL   PRICES
McLSOD & McLEOE
At 16th arid Main
Next to Drug Store 1PAGE TWO.
VANCOUVER    L E A D E R - A 0 V0 CA T E
The  Laadsr-Advocate
A Weekly Newspaper published every
Friday in Vancouver
"Vancouver First"
A. J. England
N. "k.  Boden
-     Editor
Publisher
Printed at the Boden Pries. 30th and
Main Street, Vancouver
PHONE FAIRMONT 5020
Subscription Kates   -    •   $2.00 Yearl}
By Mail—Payable lu Advance
FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1923
OBEDIENCE
The first thing in the common seii.se
creed is obedience. Do your work
with a whole heart, Revolt is sometimes neccsasry, but the man who
mixes revolt and obedience is doomed
to disappoint himself and everybody
with whom he has dealings. To flavor
work with protest is lo fail absolutely.
When you revolt, why revolt—climb,
get out, hike, defy—tell everybody and
everything to go to Hell! That disposes of the case. You thus separate
yourself entirely from those you have
served—no one misunderstands you—
you have declared yourself. But to
pretend to obey; and yet carry in
your heart the spirit of revolt is to do
half-hearted slipshod work. — Elbert
Hubbard.
MY CREED
Let us learn to be content wiih
what we have. Let us learn to get
rid of our false estimates, set up all
the higher ideals—a quiet home;
vines of our own planting; a few
books full of inspiration of a genius
a few friends worthy of being loved,
and able to love us in turn; a hundred
innocent pleasures that bring no pain
or remorse; a devotion to the right
that will never swerve; a simple religion empty of all bigolry, lull of trust
and hope and love—and to such a
philosophy this world will give up all
the empty joy it has.—David Swing.
LIFE   IN   ABUNDANCE
UNIVERSAL
Grocery
3851 MAIN STREET
Alberta   Creamery,  3   Ibs. $1.14
Universal Creamery, per lb. . 42c
Brookfield Creamery 44c
Ayrshire Bacon, sliced, per Ih. 25c
Cottage Ham. sliced, per 11). . 25c
Finest Peameal Bacon, as cut 32c
Finest Side Bacon, as cut, per tb. 33c
Swift's Premium 8acon, sliced, It). 40c
Finest   Pure   Lard,  3  Ibs 55c
McLaren's Cream Cheese,  3 pkts. 25c
Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb 28c
B. C. Storage Eggs, firsts,  .43c
H. P. Sauce, bottle       30c
Quaker Brand  Tomatoes, tin     15c
Quaker Brand  Peas, tin  15c
Quaker Brand Corn, tin  15c
4-tb.  tin   Pure  Plum  Jam   53c
Clmax  Strav/berry Jam, 4's  55c
Climax Black Currant, 4's  55c
Blue  Ribbon  Tea,  per  lb.   63c
Thompson  Tea,  per  tb.   60c
Mcintosh   Red  Apples,  box $1.20
Jonathan Apples, good size, box $1.10
Canada   A   Highland  Potatoes,
bag,   100   Ibs  $1.50
Canada   A  Ashcrofts,   bag $2.00
Cut  Macaroni, in bulk, 2 Ibs 23c
Cream  of Wheat, 6-lb. bag   33c
Wild  Rose Pastry Flour, 10 lb. sk. 40c
No.  1  Scratch  Feed, bag  $2.10
Cracked   Corn,   bag    $2.75
Whole  Corn,   bag    $2.70
49-tb.  Bags  Flour, any kind  $1.90
20-lb. Cotton Sack B. C. Sugar  $2.12
Icing Sugar, 2 Ibs 25c
Fry's   Cocoa,   '/j-tb.   tin      26c
Magic   Baking   Powder,  12-oz. tin  27c
Campbell's Tomato Soup, 2 for  25c
Tilson's Health   Bran, pkt 19c
Red   Spring   Salmon,,  3  for   35c
Corn   Starch,   4   pkts 25c
Pure  Dutch Cocoa, iln  bulk, 2 Ibs. 25c
Eagle   Brand  Milk  20c
B. C. Sugar, 10 lbs 99c, with $2.00 Purchase
Opening Announcement
The  Canadian  Wood  &  Coal  Company,  Limited
and Rat Portage Wood Yard
bag to announce that for the convenience and quick service for their
numerous customers and residents of South Vancouver they are
operating a branch department at
We
4226    MAIN    STREET
handle the Best Naniamo-Wellington and Sootless Coal thoroughly   screened   at   our   wharf   by   Electric   Plant,   and   guarantee
correct weight with every sack.    Also Gas Coke.
■tir 1 AND   CLEAN   BARK—All   grades  for   Stove,   Heater,   Fire
WOOfl place  and   Furnace.
PHONE   FAIRMON
Friday,   November  9,   1923
The Corner Shoe Shop
All Kinds of
BOOT AND SHUE  REHAiK.S
Promptly Exeunten
All Hand Work
Satisfaction  Guarantied
F.  BRISSETT PROP.
Cor, 29th and Main St.
"Captain Applej
Arrives on Jfcreen
Screen Version of This Famous C! at
acter to be Shnwn at Capitol
Theatre
Universal   Black  Tea,  per tb 53c
Universal Fresh Ground Coffee, tb. 35c
Finest Shelled Walnuts, per fb.  28c
New Season's Orange and Lemon
Peel,  per  lb 28c
New Season's Almonds, per tb.    39c
Sunmaid Seedless Raisins, 2 Ibs. 25c
Sunmaid   Seedless   Raisins,  pkts
2   for    21c
Sunmaid   Seeded   Raisins,   pkts.
2   for    _ 21c
Glazed   Cherries,   per   fb.    65c
Crystalized  Pineapple, per  tb 65c
New  Season's Cleaned  Currants
2 Ibs 35c
No. 1 Fancy Wrapped Pippin
Apples, box  $1.40
Sunkist  Oranges,  doz _ 20c
Delmonte Silced  Peaches 22c
Crystal White Soap, 4 for 25c
No. 1 Fancy Delicious Apples, box $1.85
No.1 Fancy Winter Banana
Apples,  box $1.85
No.  1   Fancy Jonathan  Apples
box      $1.85
Fancy Sweet Corn, 2 tins  25c
Snap  Hand  Cleaner, tin  20c
Perrin's Arrowroot Biscuits, tb 40c
Roman   Meal,  pkt 30c
10-lb. bags  B.  &  K. Oatmeal  63c
20-fb. bag B. & K. Cream Rolled
Oats  $1.14
Swan's  Down  Cake   Flour,  pkt 40c
Laxa   Food, pkt 30c
Prices subject to change without notice-
Fair. 5000     Free   Delivery
I .J.uraf,  fra
The supremen prayer of my hearl is
not to be learned or "good" but to be
Radiant. I desire to radiate health,
cheerfulness, sincerely, calm courage
1-wiU. I wish to be simple,
rank, clean In mind and in
body, unaffected—ready to say, "1 do
not know," it so It be, to meet all
men on an absolute equality—to face
any obstacle and meet every difficulty
unafraid and unabashed. I wish
others to live their lives, too, up lo
their highest, fullest and best. To
that end I pray that I may never med
ia not wanted, nor assist when my services are not needed. If t can help
people I'll do it by giving them a
chance to help themselves; and if I
can uplift or inspire, let it be by example, inference and suggestion, rather than by injunction and dictation.
That is to say, I desire to be Radiant
to radiate Life.—Elbert  Hubbard..
of the Night
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Maid   Mar
Poultry Notes
Successful poultry .teeping does not
so much depend on the number of
fowls kept as does the quails of the
fowls. It is quality, not nnCiocrs, that
gives profit, over cost of feed.   In this
die, dictate, interfere, give advice that   respect the back yarder, often maKes a
ACEEYLENE
WELDING
REPAIRS OF AU KINDS
ANY MAKE OF CARS
MODERATE    PRICES
GAS    v    GREASES     -    OILS
BROCK GARAGE
m    ■ ■■■■■ '    ■    » »    —— >   ■ i ni»      ■      ■—' ■
480 2 Main St.    Phone Fair. 5543
great mistake and very seldom he inquires the cause.   There is a very general  system  among them  of    either
trading coekejcrels or taking one, if he
can  be  had   tor  the  carrying  away.
This  is bad  policy, for I assure you
that  you cam get nothing that is ot
any value  lor nothing, and if a man
wants to throw a cockerel at you, you
can bet  nine times out ot ton it is
little or no good, and what Is useless
to liim is even less use to you.   Anyhow, you breed him, get pullets from
him, -and  they appear to be not. too
bad,  hut  invariably with; what result,
Poor  layers—non-winter layers.    And
all ihe lime you or the good lady of
the house grumble at the non-productive fowls.   Well, what could you expect?   Yon got what you paid for and
that was nothing.   If possible you got
less than that, for all the time you ran
up a feed bill, with no eggs yielded to
help pay that bill.   Then perhaps you
got a few eggs in the spring, and that
covered a multitude of sins, but never
made loss into profit.   You will never
realize the wonderful asset fowls are
to a home  (as well as the farmer),
until  you gather up  eggs with    the
thermometer below ziero—your    ears
tingling.    That's  the kind that pay;
and they are not to be had from   a
cheap rooster of no breeding value—
less one that was pickekd up somewhere.   In the winter eggs can scarcely be purchased; yet so many people
keep hens, but they seldom at that
period have any to sell.   Why not? is
a question that you alone can answer.
Never be fooled with the Idea of gelling something for nothing;  It can't
be done.    Instead purchase one good
cockekrel with a breeding record behind  him—one that will    make    his
presence felt, not so much in a feed
bill as in eggs.    If it pays tre    big
breeders to use this kind, why should
Those who go lo the theatre to see
stars and lhose who attend to see a
i-ra, story, will find both at. the Cap
itol Theatre beginning Monday, when
Fred Niblo's "Strangers
opens.
All-star   casts   are   sometimes
covered lo be no star casts but Fred
Niblo  assembled  a  group  of  players
who  were  individually
lie began production on "Strangers Oi*I
Ihe   Night"   lor  Louis   B.   Mayer  aim
Metro.
For the role of "Captain Applejack," made famous in Walter Hack-
et.t's stage play from which "SIran-
ers of the Night'1 was adapted, he
Stleotad 'Malt Moore
Bennett, remembered
ion in "Robin Hood," appears in the
role of a demure little British girl,
while Barbara La Marrr i.s (lie spectacularly beautiful Russian adventuress. Robert McKlm is again a screen
villain, while such favorites as Otto
Hoffman, Emily Fitzroy, Thomas Rick-
etts and Mathilde Brundage are exceptionally well cast.
"Strangers of Ihe Night" is a mystery romance of adventure and love,
told graphically against background of
rare beauty, It opens in a mansion on
the Cornish coast of England and leads
from a drawing room to a pirate cruise and back before the unexpected
climax   is   reached.
Capitol patrons and ihe music lovers of Vancouver, will be pleased lo
welcome the return oi Miss Viola
Wasterlain, violin soloist, after an
extended trip over Ihe circuit. Miss
Wasterlain will appear at each "Bv
Luxe" performance nexl week, and
the Symphony Orchestra under tin
leadership of Mr. Cal Winter, will
render some exceptionally good numbers for the showing of "Strangkers
of the Night."
Mr. Thomas Pearson, Conservative
member of the Provincial Government
lor Richmond, look up Ihe cudgels
on Tuesday afternoon in the House
on behalf ot Coast Range Steel Limited.
There is no question of Mr. Pearson's sincerity—even by his political
opponents, and his statement thai
Willi Old Country promoters prepared
lo invest $11,0011,000 against $4,000,-
000 Lliat this province is asked to
guarantee, there must be something
definite behind the movement to organize an iron and steel industry in
amous whenthis l'™vince-will be well received
throughout not only his own riding,
but (he province in general.
Mr. Pearson said, "The people who
ire putting up this capital are men
who konw what they are doing. They
have satisfied themselves that the materials and the markets are available
and dial they can make a working
prolii on their investment, If this
province is going lo take care of incoming immigrants it must have employment for them, and the train of
industries which will follow Hie establishment of blast furnaces on the
Coast is an excellent means of providing that labor. We need more
than climate to offer Immigrants."
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mentioned lands, issued in the names
of Margaret Cameron and Elizabeth
V. Cameron, has been filed in this
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hereof, issue a provisional Certificate
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October, A.D. 1923.
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dav of December, 1923.
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MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY
HOOT GIBSON In "SHOOTING FOR LOVE"
Charlie Chaplin in "Sunny Side"
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Comedy—"Table Stakes" Tom Mix in "Shooting Up the Movies"
4th  Eoisole of "Buffalo  Bill"
JACKIE C00GAN
in "Circus Days
Strand   Theatre   Will    Bo   The   Main
Tent of the Big Show
Next Week
Jackie Coogau and a great circus
are coming to town. Jackie will realize the dream of nearly every boy—
young as six or uld as sixty—and
will be il' slur of a glittering, gor-
geous, mammoth aggregation ol' the
world's most marvelous wonders.Tho-
Ugh lie will bi- seen at first as a ven
humble and very forlorn young lad
selling ice-cream, lemonade and pea-
ntiis lo occupants of the "big top" oi
Daly's greatest show on earth.
Sol Lesser presents Jackie in this
successor lo Ihe same producer's presentation of "Oliver Twist," and Ihe
name of the lavish picture which will
be shown at the Strand Theatre on
Monday is "Circus Days." It Is a
very free and liberal transcription
for the screen taken from James Otis
ever-popular story for boys (and girls
too) "Toby Tyler," which story has
been current and popular for two
generations and bids fair to endure
unto Ihe Classic age. Harry Weil
and director Eddie nine are responsible lor Ihe adaptation of of "Toby
Tyler" and a east of extraordinary excellence will be seen in Ihe leading
roles,
Barbara Tenant will be seen as
Toby's harrassed mother; Clarle McDowell will appear as Martha, tho
somewhai soured aunt of the hero;
Mussel Simpson takes the pari of
Uncle i:»cn Holt; Cesare Qravlnl,
who made a big hit wiih his performance of the role of the aged viol-
inisi in "Daddy," will portray another
equestrienne star of the big show;
Jackson will be adorable as the tiny
eguestrlenne star or the big show;
Sam De Drasse assumes Ihe role ol
harsh Mr. Lord, owner of the circus
concessions; De Wilt Jennings is Mr.
Daly, the shrewd and none too kiud
owner of the show and Nellie Lane
and William Barlow will' appear respectively   as   Ihey   are,   the   fattesl
.email and the eanest man in the
world.
ment,   known   as   the   "bulls,"   were
used in Ihe military scenes.
Among the historic places used for
atmosphere were Chilham Castle, dating back lo Caesar, 56 B. C; Canterbury Cathedral and The Precincts;
Leeds Castle, the "old court of the
Plantagonels;" Aylesbury courthouse
and many sections o historic old St.
Albans.
"If Winter Comes," because of ihe
popularity of Ihe book, is expected to
play lo crowded houses at the Dominion Theatre and Manager Winning is
to be congratulated lor having obtained this super-feature.
Mr. Nelless, Hi,, organist at this
popular playhouse, (has arranged
SOUte very suitable musical numbers
tor litis picture and in addition the
usual weekly features will contribute
to tin' presentation of a program of
unquesl lonable   merit.
Their comedy is said
J.'to be infectious, and everything they
• ■do and say is promised as just one
!! | laugh  ailer another.
;;(    Seymour   and   Jeanette,   the   mid-
,^.   nigiil steppers, are to present a snappy   offering   and    the    Five   Cracker-
jacks,   a   high-power   troup   of   entertainers,    will     offer     a    fast-moving
singing,   dancing   and   acrobatic   programme.    Every movement, from the
latest  toddle   to  th   wildest  of whirlwinds,   including  eccentric  and   acrobatic terpsichorean  novelties, are Introduced.
Scott, Allen and Lee, three joyous
syncopalors, will present a melodious
j programme, and ihe original Pepper
Chorus, consisting of eight beautiful
Creole maidens, will offer some ot
the speediest jazz dancing seen in
vaudeville. All are talented dancers
and I heir numbers aer Ihe last word
,n   syncopal ion.
Popular Southern melodies and the
ver latesl  modern jazz numbers will
-■';>■••      ti.-'    musical    programme.
Among the  numbers   will  ue    ,.outh
ern    Melodle; . Jazz,"
"Plantation Days," LouiSvllle Lou,"
"Old Kentucky Home." Vampire Jew-
ids," "Chappie" and "Charleston nines."
The act actually includes all of the
famous colored performers of the day
and is heralded as • the premier production of the season in Pantages
vaudeville.
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"IFWINTERCOMES"
AT DjjjljjQN
Photoplay of Famous Novel to be  Big
Feature.—Acclaimed as the Best
Photoplay of the Season
When A. s. M, Hutchinson wrote "If
Winter Comes" he contributed to the
world ol fiction Ihe literary sensation
of a decade, William Fox has produced ihe screen counterpart of this
now famous novel which bids lair to
become Ihe most talked ol photoplay
of Ihe season.
Photographed in England, in Ihe actual scenes pictured by I lit- auihoi',
which have become so familiar to
ihe average American household, the
photoplay is a fine, authentic achieve
ment which has commanded Ihe profuse commentation of Mr. Huchlnson
himself. ■    \Jgm
Some idea ol Ihe thoroughness thai
marks (he screen production of "ll
Winter Comes" may be gleaned from
the following fuels.
Director Harry Millarde, wiih a com
pany of screen artists .sheaded by Percy Marmont, who plays Mark Sabre
and Miss Ann Forrest, ihe Nona of
ihe story, spenl one year in Eng
laud lo complete the pi ture.
Mr. Huchlnson personally aided Mil-
arde in Hie production ami election of
locations.
l.'ighl English towns were used to
visualize "Tldborough."
The  eutir  Royal  West  Kent  regi-
Giobe Theatre to   Present "The Victor"
Next Week
Herberl Rawlinson, who has won
the underworld a lot more sympathy
than il probably deserves by the
human quality that he has displayed
in Ihe many crook pans that he has
poll rayed on the screen, will be seen
in ihe role far alierd from the typo
in which he is so well known at the
Globe Theatre next week.
The Universal star makes his bow-
to the motion picture world in the
role of a knight of Ihe squared circle.
The title of Ihe play is "The Victor,'
so there's no masking Ihe outcome of
his fistic engagments. He wins ihe
crown  hands down.
The Hon. Cecil Fitzhugh Waring is
the "titled monieKer'' under which he
bailies and despile the handicap oi
his being a penniless member of the
British Aristocracy he weilds a lefl
hook thai is a terror to all opponents.
Rawlinson is a wonderful all-around
athlete and a clever boxer, hut this i
his first screen appeareuce in a prize
light role.
"'I'hi'   Victor"   was   adapted   to   Ihe
screen  by   E.  Richard  Schayer,  well-
known   scenarist,   from   the   populai
magazine story  by  Herald  Beaumont.
Much comment  has been heard late-
> ol Ihe splendid class of pictures the
Globe have I n running and Manager
W.il-ice i. ii he congratulated upon
his achievement Of placing this playhouse on a pal wiih some of ihe larger
houses ol the city and Ihis week's bill
?oes lo prove ihai ihe high standard
sel  In  him Is siill attained,
DeLyle Alda, former favorite in
Zeigfleld's Follies "Midnight Frolic,"
is making a big hit at Ihe Orpheum
Theatre this week, featured as head-
liner in a very entertaining bill of
vaudeville. lu a musical sketch entitled "Sadie—One of Those Girls,"
she is assisted by Edward Tieruey and
James Donnelly, and a capable cast.
Miss Alda is in the prime of her vocal
and physical perfect ion, ami at each
local performance lias suug her way
into the hearts of Vancouver audiences. The sketch gives her ample opportunity to utilize the charms she
possesses.
Harry Walson, jr., who will always
be   remembered     for    his    excellent
comedy in  "The  Young Kid Battling
Dugan," and also the telephone scene,
is second headline!-, and his comedy
is  even  funnier   than    ever    before.
Moss & Frye, two colored comedians,
originators of "How High Is Up," and
other frothy vaudeville nonsense, are
also on the bill with a sple.idid laughing line of new and old sayings. More
comedy  is offered  b  } the Klein Brothers,  Bnappj   young  fellows  with  a
good conception ot what is required
to  make  people     laugh    and    enjoy
themselves.    Their act is called "Jest
Moments."    Wonderful melody is pro
vided   by   the   Hegedus     Sisters   and
I Juan  Reyes,  premiere  violinists  and
I pianist.   Their repertoire is well suited to all musical tastes, and their performance is exceedingly enjoyable lo
all.    More music comes from Edward
J  Lambert and Miss Minnie Fish, a
duo who represent "Youth and Beauty," and whose performance is abso-
lulely in keeping With what might  he
expected   Horn   the   title.     11.   and   P.
lieatz are European equilibrists whose
teals  ot   hazard   and   dexterity     place
them as wonders  in  their particular
line of endeavor.
Ihe main features are supported by
the usual picture at tract ions and special musical selections by ihe Original Orpheum Concert Orchestra, I
rounding out whai is proving lo be
one oi  lie- most  entertaining vadue-
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The    Sensational    Southern    Music?'
Comedy   "Plantation Days," Dir.
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Directed and  produced  by a  well
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scenes  with many  novel  effects  and
attractive   costumes,   making   it   one
of the  prettiest  attractions  on   Pan
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The cast, with the original stars of
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Because It enables one's personality to be sent is the reason
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OBEDIENCE
The first thing in Ihe common sense
creed is obedience. Do your work
with a whole heart. Revolt is sometimes necesasry. but the man who
mixes revolt and obedience is doomed
to disappoint himself and everybody
with whom he has dealings. To flavor
work with protest is to fail absolutely.
When you revolt, why revolt—climb,
get out, hike, defy—tell everybody and
everything to go lo Hell! That disposes of the case. You thus separate
yourself entirely from those you have
served—no one misunderstands you—
you have declared yourself. But to
pretend lo obey; and yet carry in
your heart the spirit of revolt is to do
half-hearted slipshod work. — Elbert
Hubbard.
MY CREED
Let us learn to be content with
what we have. Let us learn to get
rid of our false estimates, set up all
the higher ideals—a quiet home;
vines of our own planting; a few
books full of inspiration of a genius
a few friends worthy of being loved,
and able to love us in turn; a hundred
innocent pleasures that bring no pain
or remorse; a devotion to the right
that will never swerve; a simple religion emply of all bigolry, full of trust
and hope and love—and to such a
philosophy this world will give up all
Ihe empty joy it has.—David Swing.
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"Captain Applejack*
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RICHMOND   MEMBER ■	
SUPPORTS STEEL PLANT
Mr. Thomas Pearson, Conservative
member of the Provincial Government
lor Richmond, look up the cudgels
on Tuesday afternoon in Ihe House
on behalf of Coast Range Steel Limited.
There is no Question of Mr. rear-
sou's sincerity—even by his political
opponents, and his statement that
with Old Country promoters prepared
to invest $11,000,090 against $4,000,-
OIIU that this province is asked to
guarantee, there must be something
definite  behind  Ihe  movement  lo or-
LIFE   IN   ABUNDANCE
The supremen prayer of my hearl is
not to be learned or "good" but to be
.Radiant. I desire to radiate health,
cheerfulness, sincerety, calm courage
aad^good-wlll.    I wish  to  be simple,
( ™,uraf, frank, clean in miud and in
body, unaffected—ready to say, "I do
not know," if so it be, to meet all
men on an absolute equality—to face
any obstacle and meet every dilliculty
unafraid and unabashed. I wish
others to live their lives, too, up to
their highest, fullest and best. To
that end I pray that I may never meddle, dictate, interfere, give advice that
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That is to say, I desire lo be Radiant
to radiate Life.—Elbert Hubbard.
Poultry Notes
Successful poultry neeping does not
so much depend on the number of
fowls kept as does the quails of the
fowls. It is quality, not nnKoers. that
gives profit, over cost of feed. In this
respect the back yartler often maKes a
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great mistake and very seldom he inquires the cause.   There is a very general  system  among  them  of    either
trading cockelcrels or taking one, If he
can  be  had   for  the  carrying  away.
This is bad  policy, for I assuro you
that you can get nothing that is of
any value lor nothing, and if a man
wants to throw a cockerel at you, you
can bet nine times out of ten It is
little or no good, aud what is useless
to him Is even less use to you.   Anyhow, you breed him, get pullets from
him, -and  they appear to be not. too
bad, bul invariably with what result,
Poor  layers—non-winter layers.    And
all Hie lime you or the good lady of
the house grumble at the non-productive fowls.   Well, what could you expect?   You got what you paid for and
that was nothing.   If possible you got
less than that, for all the time you ran
up a feed bill, with no eggs yielded to
help pay that bill.   Then perhaps you
got a few eggs in the spring, and that
covered a multitude of sins, but never
made loss into profit.   You will never
realize the wonderful asset fowl3 are
to a home  (as well as the farmer),
until you gather up eggs with    the
thermometer below z*ro—your    ears
tingling.    That's the kind that pay;
and they are not to he had from   a
cheap rooster ot no breeding value—
less one that was plckekd up somewhere.   In the winter eggs can scarcely be purchased; yet so many people
keep hens, but tuey seldom at that
period have any to sell.   Why not? is
a question that you alone can answer.
Never be fooled with the idea of getting something for nothing;  it can't
be done.    Instead purchase one good
cockekrel with a bleeding record behind him—one that will    make    his
presence felt, not so much in a feed
bill as in eggs.    If It pays tre    big
breeders to use this kind, why should
it not pay you?   The homes and hospitals and institutions of Canada need
and must have fresh eggs at all sea-,
sons of the year, and is everybody |
dealt in cheap,    unprofitable    stock, |
they  could not get them,  the trade
thereby passing  to other    countries.
Screen Version of This Famous Char
acter to be Sh.iwn at Cup.tol
Theatre
*    *    *    *
Those who go to the theatre to see
stars and those who attend to see a
i'-eai story, will find bolh al. tho Cap
itol Theatre beginning Monday, wheu
Fred Niblo's "Strangers of the Night
opens.
All-star casts are sometimes discovered to be no star casts but Fred,
,,   , „,.  „,.,,.„,.„ gamze an iron and steel industry m
Niblo assembled a group ol  players «> '
this  province—will  be  well   received
throughout  not only  his  own  riding,
but  Ihe province in general.
Mr. Pearson said, "The people who
are putting up this capital are men
who konw what they are doing. They
have satisfied themselves that the materials and the markets are available
aud lhal they can make a working
profit on their investment. If this
province is going to lake care of incoming immigrants it must have employment for them, and the train of
industries which will follow the establishment of blasl furnaces on the
Coast is an excellent means of providing that labor. We need more
than climate to offer Immigrants."
who were  individually  famous  when
he began production on "Strangers ol' j
the  Night"   for   Louis   Ii.  Mayer  aim
Metro.
For the role of "Captain Applejack." made famous in Walter Hack-
ell's stage play from which "Strau-
ers of the Night" was adapted, he
selected '.Matt Moore. M^ss Enid
Bennett, remembered as Maid Mar
ion in "Robin Hood," appears in the
role of a demure little British girl,
while Barbara La Marrr Is the spectacularly beautiful Russian adventuress, Robert McKim is again a screen
villain, while such favorites as Otto
Hoffman, Emily Fltzroy, Thomas Rick-
etls and Mathilde Brundage are exceptionally well cast.
"Strangers of the Night" is a mystery romance of adventure and love,
told graphically against background of
rare beauty. It opens in a mansion or.
the Cornish coast of England and leads
from a drawing room to a pirate cruise and back before the unexpected
climax   is   reached.
Capitol palrons and Ihe music lovers of Vancouver, will be pleased to
welcome Ihe return of Miss Viola
Wasterlain, violin soloist, after an
extended trip over the circuit. Miss
Wasterlain will appear at each "D
Luxe" performance next week, and
Uip Symphony Orchestra under the
leadership of Mr. Cal Winter, will
render some exceptionally good ntim-
b!rs. f0!" .*e 8howIn8 of "Strangkers
of the Night."
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re   Lots  9 and   10,  Block  2,   District
Lot 657, Group 1, New Westminster
District.
WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 71C72 E, to Ihe above
mentioned lauds, Issued in the names
of Margaret Cameron and Elizabeth
V. Cameron, has been tiled in this
oifice, notice is hereby given that I
shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of the first publication
hereof, issue a provisional Certificate
of Title In lieu of ihe said lost Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection  be made lo me in willing.
DATED ai Ihe Land Registry Olllce,
Vancouver, B. C, this 29th day of
October, A.D.  1923.
ARTHUR G. SMITH,
Registrar.
Corporation of the District of South Vancouver
MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST
NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of
Revision of the Municipal Voters' List will sit on Ihe
10th day of December next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon fur the purpose of correcting and revising the
said Voters' List.
The List closes on the 30th day of November,
1923, and copies of same will be posted on the door
of the Council Chambers, Municipal Hall, on the 5th
dav of I )ecember, 1923.
WM. 'P. RILEY,
Municipal  Clerk.
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FRIDAY   AND  SATUDAY
CECIL   DE   MILLE'S   on   "SATURDAY   NIGHT"
3rd   tlpisidc  of  "Buffalo   Bill" Comedy—"The   Limit"
MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY
HOOT GIBSON in "SHOOTING FOR LOVE"
Charlie Chaplin in "Sunny Side"
WEDNESDAY  AND  THURSDAY
"RAILROADING"
"Deputy's Double Cross" and International News
FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY
"TOWN  SCANDAL"
Comedy—"Table Stakes" Tom Mix in "Shooting Up the Movies"
4th Episole of "Buffalo Bill"
JACKIE COOGAN
in "Circus Days
Strand   Theatre   Will   Bo   The   Main
Tent of the Big Show
Next Week
Jackie Coogan and a great circus
arc coming to town. Jackie will realize the dream of marly every boy—
young as si:; or old as sixly—and
will be ih star oi a glittering, gorgeous, mammoth aggregation ol' the
world's mosl marvelous wonders.Though he will be seen al first as a vet •
humble and very forlorn young lad
selling ice-cream, lemonade and peanuts to occupants of the "big lop" of
Daly's greatest show on earth,
Sol Lesser presents Jackie in this
successor to the same producer's presentation of "Oliver Twist," and the
name of the lavish picture which Will
be shown at Hie Strand Theatre or.
Monday is "Circus Days." It is a
very free and liberal transcription
(Or the screen taken from James Otis
ever-popular story for boys (and girls
too) "Toby Tyler," which story has
been current and popular for two
generations and bids fair to endure
unto the classic age. Harry Weil
and director Eddie Cllne are responsible for the adaptation of ol' 'Toby
Tyler" and a cast of extraordinary excellence will be seen in the leading
roles.
Barbara Tenant will be seen as
Toby's harrassed mother; Clarle McDowell will appear as Martha, th"
somewhai sound aunt of the hero;
Russel Simpson takes the part of
Uncle K»en Holt; Cesare Gravis!,
who made a big hit wiih his performance of the role of the aged viol-
Inlsl in "Daddy." will portray another
equestrienne star ol' Ihe hip show;
Jackson will be adorable as lite tiny
eguestrienne star or the big show;
Sam De Qrasse assumes the role of
harsh Mr. Lord, owner of the civcus
concessions; De Wilt Jennings is Mr.
Daly, the shrewd and none too kind
owner oi the show and Nellie Lane
and William Harlow will appear respectively   as   they   tire,   the   fattest
.•oman  and   the  eanest  man   in   the
world.
ment,   known   as   the   "bulls."   were
used in the military scenes.
Among the historic places used for
itmosphere were Chilham Castle, dating back lo Caesar, 56 B. C; Canterbury Cathedral and The Precincts;
Leeds Castle, the "old court ol the
Plantagenets;" Aylesbury courthouse
and many sections o historic old St.
Albans.
"If Winter Comes," because of the
popularity of t.lie hook, is expected to
play to crowded houses at the Dominion Theatre and Manager Winning is
to be congratulated for having obtained this super-feature.
Mr. Nelless, the organist at this
popular playhouse, has arranged
some very suitable musical numbers
for this picture and in addition the
usual weekly features will contribute
to the presentation of a program ol
unquestionable   merit.
...... .> ..... ,,i,™    Their comedy is said
. to be infectious, and everything they
+ I do and say is promised as just one
laugh  after another.
Seymour and J,eanette, the midnight steppers, are to present a snappy offering and Hie Five Cracker-
jacks, a high-power trottp ol' entertainers, will oiler a fast-moving
singing, dancing ami acrobatic programme. Every movement, from the
latest toddle lo Hi wildest of whirlwinds, including eccentric and acrobatic terpsichorean novelties, are introduced.
Scott, Allen and Lee, three joyous
syncopators, will present a melodious
I programme, and the original Pepper
Chorus, consisting of eight beautiful
(,'teole maidens, will offer some ol
the speediest Jazz dancing bbi n in
vaudeville. All are talented dancers
and their numbers aer the lasl word
in   syncopation.
I';.pillar Southern melodies aud  the
ver latesl  modern jazz numbers will
j.iip..isi     ll.o   musical    pio^ramme.
Among the  numbers  will  ue    . outh
ern    Melodic: . Jazz,"
"Plantation Days," Lousville Lou,"
"Old Kentucky Home," Vampire Jewels." "Chappie" and "Charleston Blues."
The act actually includes all of the
famous colored performers of the day
and is heralded as-the premier production of the season in Pantages
vaudeville.
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"IFWINTERCOMES"
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Photoplay of Famous Novel to be  Big
Feature—Acclaimed as the  Best
Photoplay of the Season
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Freight Rates
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people of the west for iron and steel products.
Brilish Columbia
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and steel products, and uses 650 tons daily.
Coast Range Steel Limited
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of an industry to take care of this demand in
the home market.
WHY   NOT   BUILD   UP   B. C?
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When A. S. M. Hutchinson wrote "If
Winter Conies" he contributed to tin
world ot fiction ihe literary sensation
of a decade, William Fox has produced the screen counterpart of this
now famous novel which bids fair to
become the mosl talked ot photoplay
of the season.
Photographed in England, in the actual scenes pictured by ihe author,
which   have  become  so   familiar  to
Ihe average American household, Ihe
photoplay is a fine, authentic achieve
ment which has commanded the profuse commentation oi .Mr. Huchlnson
himself. JggM
Pome Idea oi the thoroughness thai
marks the screen production of "if
Winter (.'(lines" may lit. gleaned from
the following fuels.
Director Harry Mtllarde, with a com
pany of screen artists .sheaded by Percy Marmont, who plays Mark Sabre
and Miss Ann Forrest, the Nona of
the story, spenl one year in England in complete the pi lure.
Mr, Huchlnson personally aided Mi]
aide in the production and election of
local ions.
|,'ighl  English towns were used  to
visualize  "Tidborough."
Th«  eutir  Royal  West  Kent  regl-
Globe Theatre to   Present "The Victor"
Next Week
Herbert   Rawlinson,  who has  won
the underworld a lot more sympathy
than il probably deserves by the
human quality thai he has displayed
In the many crook pans that he has
portrayed on the screen, will be seen
in the role far afield from the type
In which he is so well known at the
Globe Theatre next week.
The Universal star makes his bow
to the motion picture world in the
role of a knight of Ihe squared circle.
The title ol the play is "The Victor,'
so (here's no masking the outcome of
his fistic engagments. He wins the
crown bauds down.
The Hon. Cecil Fitzhugh Waring is
the "titled monielter'' under which he
battles and despite the handicap o:
his being a penniless member of the
British Aristocracy he weilds a lefl
hook that is a terror to all opponents.
Rawlinson is a wonderful all-around
athlete and a clever boxer, but tics i
Ills first screen appeareucu in a prize
light role.
"The Victor" wtis adapted to the
screen by E. Richard Schayer, well-
known scenarist, from the populai
magazine story by Gerald Beaumont.
Much comment has been heard late-
> oi iin- splendid class of pictures the
Globe have been running and Manager
\\ .i i-icc i. ii be congratulated ui an
his achievement of placing this playhouse on a pai with Borne of the larger
houses of Ihe city and tills week's bill
goes lo prove ihai the high standard
set bs him is Btlll attained,
Orpheum Offers
Diverting Bill
DeLyle Alda, former favorite in
Zeigfield's Follies "Midnight Frolic,"
is making a big hit at the Orpheum
Theatre this week, featured as head-
liner in a very entertaining bill of
vaudeville. In a musical sketch entitled "Sadie—One of Those Girls,"
she is assisted by Edward Tierney aud
James Donnelly, and a callable cast.
Miss Alda is in the prime of her vocal
aud physical perfection, and at each
local performance has sung her way
into the hearts of Vancouver audiences. The sketch gives her ample opportunity to utilize the charms she
possesses.
Harry Watson, jr., who will always
be   remembered     for    his    excellent
comedy in "The Young Kid  Battling
Dugan," and also the telephone scene,
is second headline!', and his comedy
is  even  funnier  than    ever    before.
Moss & Frye, two colored comedians,
originators of "How High Is Up," and
other frothy vaudeville nonsense, are
also on the bill with a sple.idid laughing line of new and old sayings. More
comedy is offered b ythe Klein tiro
thers,  snappy   young   fellows   with  a
good  concept ion  of  what is  required
to   make  people    laugh    and    enjoy
themselves.    Their act is called "Jest
Moments."   Wonderful melody is pro
vided   by   the  Hegedus    Sisters  and
' Juan  Reyes,  premiere  violinists  and
pianist.    Their reporloire is well suited to all musical tastes, and their performance is exceedingly enjoyable to
all.    More music comes from Edward
J   Lambert aud  Miss  Minnie  Fish, a
duo who represent "Youth and lieau-
ly," and whose performance is  absolutely in keeping with what might be
expected   from   the   title.     H.   and   P.
Itealz are European equilibrists whose
feats  oi  hazard   and  dexterity     place
them  as   wonders   in   their   particular
line of endeavor.
The main leal tires are supported by
the usual picture attractions and special musical selections by the Original Orpheum Concert Orchestra,
rounding out what is proving to be
one oi the mosi entertaining vadue-
villi- bills oi the Orpheum season.
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Vancouver, B. C. 5770L
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Heating Co. Ltd.
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal  Work
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G. II. Batcheler-L. J. Armstrong
Estate  Agent6   Notary   Public
Eire  and  Plate Glass
Insurance a Specialty
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Splendid Bill At
Pantages Theatre
The    Sensational    Southern    Music?
Comedy   "Plantation Days," Direct Frm London and Includ-
iri the Original Cast of
;) Famous Colored  En-
tcitalners, is to Comer se the Entire Bill
Next   Week
Directed  and  produced  by  a  well
known master of stagecraft, Lawrence
Deas, Ihis production is to be presented In ten characteristic and beautiful
scenes  with many novel effects
attractive   costumes,   making   it
of the  prettiest  attractions  on   Pan-
lagts   boards   this   season.
The cast, with the original stars of
the company, Includes Chapelle and
Flltr III.',  two of vaudeville's  pion I
i| ( :. iiroKca'ing an artistic progum
i      if   harmonious   melodies;   Jji ■'•-
; .. I Joms, In their character ctaiJle
,[   s.c '.•!',   .egro, offering Sou'L-
and
one
"Wonderful Indeed is the
power  of   Ihe   voice."
—Cicero.
The power of the voice is t
success of the telephone. It was
in the endeavour lo transmit
sound that the telephone was
invented, and the ureal factor of
its development Into an article
of very common use is that direct conversation may be carried on.
Because It enables one's personality to be sent Is Ihe reason
that the telephone promotes
friendships' and intimacy, and
brings about closer relations between those in business. The
pleasure of hearing the voice
you know makes long distance
the casual practice, of every one.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE
COMPANY
South Hill Sheet Metal Works
FURNACE WORK
EAVE  TROUGHING
GENERAL   TINSMITHING
Corner Fraser and 51st Ave.
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FRESH KILLED MEATS
Attractive Prices
H .     M O TT
5909 Fraser St.
HIGHEST PRICES  PAID
FOR USED FURNITURE
AND STOVES
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3140
4242 Main St.
Fair.
FOR SALE
or Exchange
for Vancouver property
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from   Winnipeg;    'a   high   slate   of
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FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  9,  1923
OBEDIENCE
The first thing in the common sense
creed is obedience. Do your work
with a whole heart. Revolt is sometimes necesasry, but the man who
mixes revolt and obedience is doomed
to disappoint himself and everybody
with whom he has dealings. To flavor
work with protest is to fail absolutely.
When you revolt, why revolt—climb,
get out, hike, defy—tell everybody and
everything to go to Hell! That disposes of the case. You thus separate
yourself entirely from those you have
served—no one misunderstands you—
you have declared yourself. But to
pretend lo obey; and yet carry in
your heart the spirit of revoll is to do
half-hearted slipshod work. — Elberl
Hubbard.
MY CREED
Let us learn to be content with
what we have. Let us learn to get
rid of our false estimates, set up all
the higher ideals—a quiet home;
vines of our own planting; a few
books full of inspiration of a genius
a few friends worthy of beiug loved,
and able to love us in turn; a hundred
innocent pleasures that bring no pain
or remorse; a devotion to the right
that will never swerve; a simple religion eniply of all bigotry, full ot trust
and hope and love—and to such a
philosophy this world will give up all
the empty joy it has.—David Swing.
UNIVERSAL
Grocery
3851 MAIN STREET
Alberta   Creamery,   3   Ibs, $1.14
Universal  Creamery,  per  11:.   42c
Brookfleld Creamery          44c
Ayrshire   Bacon,  sliced,  per   tb.    25c
Cottage Ham, sliced, per lb.   25c
Finest Peameal Bacon, as cut .32c
Finest Side Bacon, as cut, per tb. 33c
Swift's Premium  Bacon, sliced, fb. 40c
Finest   Pure   Lard,   3  lbs.   55c
McLaren's Cream Cheese, 3 pkts. 25c
Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb 28c
B. C. Storage Eggs, firsts,  43c
H. P. Sauce, bottle       30c
Quaker Brand  Tomatoes, tin  15c
Quaker Brand Peas, tin   ,15c
Quaker Brand Corn, tin ....   15c
4-tb. tin   Pure  Plum  Jam       53c
Clmax  Strav/berry  Jam, 4's 55c
Climax Black Currant, 4's 55c
Blue  Ribbon  Tea,  per  fb.  63c
Thompson  Tea,  per  tb.       60c
Mcintosh Red Apples, box ... $1.20
Jonathan Apples, good size, box $1.10
Canada   A   Highland  Potatoes,
bag,   100   Ibs. $1.50
Canada   A  Ashcrofts,   bag $2.00
Cut Macaroni, in bulk, 2 Ibs. .. 23c
Cream   of  Wheat,  6-tbi  bag 33c
Wild Rose Pastry Flour, 10 lb. sk. 40c
No.  1  Scratch  Feed, bag $2.10
Cracked   Corn,   bag    $2.75
Whole  Corn,   bag    $2.70
49-tb.  Bags  Flour,  any  kind   $1.90
20-tb. Cotton Sack B. C. Sugar     $2.12
Icing Sugar, 2 Ibs 25c
Fry's   Cocoa,   i/2-tt>.   tin    26c
Magic  Baking   Powder,   12-oz. tin  27c
Campbell's Tomato -Soup, 2 for  25c
Tilson's Health  Bran, pkt 19c
Red   Spring   Salmon.,   3  for   35c
Corn   Starch,   4   pkts 25c
Pure Dutch Cocoa, im bulk, 2 Ibs. 25c
Eagle   Brand  Milk 20c
B. C. Sugar, 10 lbs 99c, with $2.00 Purchase
LIFE   IN   ABUNDANCE
aad^good-will.    I wish
I . n.uraf", frank, clean in
The supremen prayer of my heart is
not to be learned or "good" but to be
.Radiant. 1 desire to radiate health,
cheerfulness, sincerely, calm courage
to  be simple,
  in mind and in
body, unaffected—ready lo say, "I do
not know," if so it be, to meet all
men on an absolute equality—to face
any obstacle and meet, every difficulty
unafraid and unabashed. I wish
others to live their lives, loo, up to
their highest, fullest and best. To
that end I pray that I may never meddle, dictate, interfere, give advice that
Universal  Black Tea, per fb 53c
Universal Fresh Ground Coffee, tb. 35c
Finest Shelled Walnuts, per tb 28c
New Season's Orange and Lemon
Peel,  per  lb 28c
New Season's Almonds, per tb.  39c
Sunmaid Seedless Raisins, 2 Ibs. 25c
Sunmaid   Seedless   Raisins,  pkts
2   for    21c
Sunmaid   Seeded   Raisins,  pkts.
2   f o r 21 c
CI. zed   Cherries,   per   tb.    65c
Crystalized  Pineapple, per fb 65c
New  Season's Cleaned  Currants
2 Ibs 35c
No. 1 Fancy Wrapped Pippin
Apples, box  $1.40
Sunkist  Oranges,  doz 20c
Delmonte  Sliced   Peaches  - 22c
Crystal White Soap, 4 for 25c
No. 1 Fancy Delicious Apples, box $1.85
No.1 Fancy Winter Banana
Apples,  box  , $1.85
No.  1   Fancy Jonathan  Apples
box $1.85
Fancy Sweet Corn, 2 tins  25c
Snap  Hand  Cleaner, tin  20c
Perrin's Arrowroot  Biscuits,  lb 40c
Roman   Meal,  pkt ...30c
10-lb.  bags  B.  & K.  Oatmeal  63c
20.lb. bag B. & K. Cream Rolled
Oats $1.14
Swan's   Down  Cake   Flour, pkt 40c
Laxa  Food, pkt _.30c
Prices subject to change without notice
Fair. 5000     Free   Delivery
is not wauled, nor assist when my services are not needed. If I can help
people I'll do it by giving them a
chance to help themselves; and if I
can uplift or inspire, let it be by example, inference and suggestion, rather th m by injunction and dictation.
That is to say, I desire to be Radiant
to radiale Life.—Elbert  Hubbard.
Poultry Notes
Successful poultry Keeping tloes not
so much depend on the number of
fowls kept as does the quails ot the
fowls. It is <iuttlity, not nnmoers. that
gives profit over cost of feed. In this
respect the back yarder often niaJSes a
ACEEYLENE
WELDING
REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS
ANY MAKE Of CARS
MODERATE    PRICES
GAS
GREASES
OILS
BROCK GARAGE
480 2 Main St.    Phone Fair. 5543
great mistake aud very seldom he inquires the cause.   There is a very general  system among  them  of    either
trading cockekrels or taking one, if he
can  he  had   for  the  carrying  away.
This is bad  policy, for I assure you
that you can get nothing that is of
any value  lor nothing, and if a man
wants to throw a cockerel at you, you
can bet nine times out of ten it is
little or no good, aud what is useless
to him Is even less use to you.    Anyhow,  you breed him, get pullets from
him, -and  they appear to be not. too
bad, but  invariably with what result,
Poor layers—non-winter layers.    And
all the  lime you or the good lady of
the house grumble at the non-productive fowls*   Well, what could you expect?   You got what you paid for aud
that was nothing.   If possible you got
less than that, for all the time you ran
up a feed bill, with uo eggs yielded to
help pay that bill.   Then perhaps you
got a few eggs in the spring, and that
covered a multitude of sins, but never
made loss into profit.   You will never
realize the wonderful asset fowls are
to a home  (as well sis the farmer),
until  you gather up  eggs with    the
thermometer below z*;ro—your    ears
tingling.    That's the kind that pay;
and they are not to be had from   a
cheap rooster of no breeding value—
less one that was pickekd up somewhere.   In the winter eggs can scarcely be purchased; yet so many people
keep  hens,  but they  seldom  at  that
period have any to sell.   Why not? is
a question that you aloue can answer.
Never be fooled with the Idea of get-
ling something for nothing;  it can't
be done.    Instead purchase one good
cockekrel with a breeding record behind  him—one that will    make    his
presence felt, uot so much in a feed
bill as in eggs.    If it pays tre    big
breeders to use this kind, why should
it not pay you?   The homes and hospitals and institutions of Canada need
and must have fresh eggs at all seasons  ot  the year, and is everybody
dealt, in cheap,    unprofitable    stock,
they  could not gel.  them,  the trade
thereby  passing  to oilier    countries.
Opening Announcement
The  Canadian  Wood  &  Coal  Company,  Limited
and Rat Portage Wood Yard
bsg to announce that for the convenience and quick service for their
numerous customers and residents of South Vancouver they are
operating a branch department at
4226    MAIN    STREET
VtT handle the Be6t Naniamo-Wellington and Sootless Coal thorough-
" v ly screened at our wharf by Electric Plant, and guarantee
correct weight with every sack.    Also Gas Coke.
W .  AND   CLEAN   BARK—All   grades   for   Stove,   Heater,   Fire
VY OOQ p|ace ancj   Furnace.
PHONE    FAIRMON
"Captain Applejac
Arrives on Screen
Screen Version of This Famous C! ai
aeter to be Sh.-iwn at Capitol
Theatre
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Those who go lo the theatre to see
stars aud those who attend to see a
£"oui story, will find belli al, Ihe Cap
itol Theatre beginning Monday, when
Fred Niblo's "Strangers of the Night
opens.
All-Star   casts   are   sometimes   discovered to be no star casts bul Fred
Niblo  assembled  a  group  of  players
who were  individually  famous  when
lie began production on "Strangers ol" |
the  Night"   for   Louis  B.  Mayer  ami
Metro.
For the role of "Captain Applejack."  made  famous in Walter Hack-
.t's stage play from which "Slraii-
ers of the Night" was adapted, he
sileoted '.Matt Moore. M^ss Enid
Bennett, remembered as Maid Million in "Robin Hood," appears in the
role of a demure little British girl,
while Barbara La Marrr is the spectacularly beautiful Russian adventuress. Robert. McKini is agaiu a screen
villain, while such favorites as Otto
Hoffman, Emily Pitzroy, Thomas Rick-
ells and Mathilde Brundage are exceptionally well cast.
"Strangers of the Night" is a mystery romance of adventure and love,
told graphically against background of
rare beauty. It opens In a mansion or.
the Cornish coast of England and leads
from a drawing room to a pirate cruise and back before the unexpected
Climax   is   reached.
Capitol patrons and the music lovers of Vancouver, will be pleased to
welcome the return ol Miss Viola
Wasterlain, violin soloist, after an
extended trip over Ihe circuit. Miss
Wasterlain will appear at each "lie
Luxe" performance next week, anil
the   Symphony   Orchestra   under   Ihe
leadership of Mr. Cal Winter, will
render some exceptionally good numbers for the showing of "Strangkers
of the Night."
MUNICIPAL MARKET
AT HORTICULTURAL HALL
43rd and Fraser Open Thut^days and Saturdays
The Municipal Market is A&ain in Operation Two Day& Weekly- Thurs. Sat.
Mr. Thomas Pearson, Conservative
member of the Provincial Government
lor Richmond, took up the cudgels
on Tuesday afternoon in the House
on behalf of Coast Range Steel Limited.
There is no question of Mr. Pearson's sincerily—even by his political
opponents, and his statement that
with Old Country promoters prepared
lo invest $11,000,001) against $4,000,-
000 that this province is asked to
guarantee, there must be something
definite behind the movement to organize an iron and steel industry in
this province—will be well received
throughout not only his own riding,
but the province in general.
Mr. Pearson said, "The people who
are putting up this capital are men
who konw what they are doing. They
have satisfied themselves that the materials and the markets are available
and that they can make a working
profit on their investment. Ii this
province is going to take care of incoming immigrants it must have employment tor them, and the train of
Industries which will follow the establishment of blast furnaces on the
Coast is an excellent means of providing that labor. We need more
than climate to offer immigrants."
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re   Lots  9  and  10,  Block  2,   District
Lot 657, Group 1, New Westminster
District.
WHEREAS proof of loss of Certificate of Title No. 71U72 E, to the above
mentioned hinds, issued in the names
of Margaret Cameron and Elizabeth
V. Cameron, has been filed In this
office, nol ice is hereby given ihat. I
shall, at the expiration of one month
from the date of the first publication
hereof, issue a provisional Certificate
of Title in lieu of the said lost Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection   be  made  lo me  in  writing,
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
Vancouver, B. C, this 291 h day of
October,  A.I).  1923.
ARTHUR G, SMITH.
Registrar.
Corporation of the District of South Vancouver
MUNICIPAL VOTERS' LIST
NOTICE is hereby given that the Court of
Revision of the Municipal Voters' List will sit on the
1 Oth day of December next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of correcting and revising the
said Voters' List.
The List closes on the 30th day of November,
1923, and copies of same will be posted on the door
of the Council Chambers, Municipal Hall, on the 5th
dav of December, 1923.
WM, T. RILEY,
Municipal  Clerk.
Friday,   November  9,   1923
The Corner Shoe Shop
All Kinds of
BOOT AND SHOE  REPAtKb
Promptly Executed
All Hand Work
Satisfaction  Guaranteed
F.  BRISS'ETT - PROP.
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Sheet  Metal Worker
Now is the Time to Get Your
Furnace Repaired or a New
One Installed
Let  me  solve  Your  Heating  Problem
Estimates   Free
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MISS R. ANDERSON
Pupil   of  the
Toronto Conservators   of Music
TEACHER  OF  PIANO
Special attention paid to beginners
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South Vancouver Wood Yard
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doing  service until
They  have  loct  their .freshness*
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Get your wants supplied by
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Next to Show
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Next to Show
Gilbey's "SPEY
ROYAL" is the
choicest Scotch
Whisky obtainable
at any price. There
are many brands
of Scotch Whiskies
being offered to
the public, some at
higher prices, but
no matter how
much you pay you
cannot get anything finer than
"SPEY ROYAL."
Gilbey's
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d Friday, November 9, 1923
i/AncOUVer LEADER-ADVOCATE
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FOR-
Your Thanksgiving Dinner
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FOR
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See Our Large and Varied
Stock of Household Requirements
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our advice to you is to order your supplies now and
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THE   THEATRES
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do and say
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DREAMLAND   THEATRE
26 th     AVENUE     AND     MAIN     ST
FRIDAY   AND  SATUDAY
CECIL   DE   MILLE'S   on   "SATURDAY   NIGHT"
3rd   Eplslde  of  "Buffalo   BUI" Comedy—"The   Limit"
MONDAY   AND   TUESDAY
HOOT GIBSON in "SHOOTING FOR LOVE"
Charlie Chaplin in "Sunny Side"
WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY
"RAILROADING"
"Deputy's Double Cross" and International News
FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY
"TOWN   SCANDAL"
Comedy—"Table Stakes" Tom Mix in "Shooting Up the Movies"
4th  Episole of "Buffalo Bill"
JACKIE C00GAN
in "Circus Days
Strand   Theatre   Will    Be   The   Main
Tent of the Big  Show
Next Week
.Jackie
are  romii
allze the i
young   as
DOgan and  a greal  circus
to town,    Jackie will re-
earn ol nearly every boy—
six   or   old   as   sixty—and
will ln> ill star ol a glittering! gorgeous, mammoth aggregation of the
win Id's must marvelous wonders.Though he will be seen al iirsi as a ver>
humble and very forlorn young lad
selling ice-cream, lemonade and pen-
nuis lo occupants of the "big top" of
Daly's greatest show on earth.
Sol Lesser presents Jackie in this
successor to the same producer's presentation of "Oliver Twist," and the
name of the lavish picture which will
be shown at the Strand Theatre on
Monday is "Cirrus Days." It is a
verj free and liberal transcription
for Ihe screen taken from James Otis
ever-popular story for boys (mid girls
too) "Toby Tyler," which story has
been current and popular for two
generations and bids fair to endure
unto the classic age. Hurry Weil
and director Kddie (line are responsible for the adaptation of of "Toby
Tyler" and a east of extraordinary excellence will be seen in the leading
roles.
Barbara Tenant will be seen as
Toby's harrassed mother; Clark McDowell will appear as Martha, th°.
soaiewhai sound atmi of the hero;
Mussel Simpson takes the pari of
Uncle i:»en Holt; Cesare Gravini,
who made a big hit with his performance of the role of the aged viol-
inisi in "Daddy," will portray another
equestrienne star of the big show;
Jackson will be adorable as the tiny
eguestrlenne slar o" the big show;
Sam De llrasse assumes the role ol
harsh .Mr. Lord, owner of Hie circus
concessions; De Will Jennings is Mr,
Daly, the shrewd and none too kind
owner of the show and Nellie Lane
and William Harlow will appear respectively   as   Ihey   are.   the   fattest
roman  and   the eanest  man  in   the
world.
ment,   known   as   Ihe   "bulls,"   were
used in the military scenes.
Among the historic places used for
atmosphere were Chilham Castle, dat
Ing back to Caesar, 56 B. C; Canterbury Cathedral and The Precincts;
Leeds Castle, the "old court of the
Plantagenets;" Aylesbury courthouse
and many seclions o hisloric old St.
Albans.
"If Winter Comes," because of the
popularity of the book, is expected lo
play in crowded houses at the Domii
Ion Theatre and Manager Winning is
to be congratulated for having obtain
ed this super-feature.
Mr. Nelless, the organist at ihis
popular playhouse, Jias arranged
some very suitable musical numbers
for this picture and In addition th
usual weekly features will contribute
to the presentation of a program oi
unquestionable  merit.
Their comedy is said
and everything they
is  promised as just one
another.
and Jpnette, the mid-
are to present a snap-
By offering and the Five Cracker-
jacks, a high-power troup of entertainers, will oiler a fast-moving
singing, dancing and acrobatic programme. Kvery movement, from the
latest toddle to th wildest of whirlwinds, including eccentric and acro-
batic terpsichorean novelties, are introduced.
Scott,  Allen   and   Lee,   three joyous
syncopators, will present a  lodious
programme, and ihe original Pepper
Chorus, consisting of eight beautiful
Creole maidens, will offer some of
the speediesi jazz dancing seen in
vaudeville. .\n are talented dancers
and iheir numbers aer the last word
iu  syncopation.
Popular Southern melodies and  the
ver latcsl   modern jazz numbers will
"■"Pel      11.-'    musical    programme.
Among  the   numbers   will   ue    .'.null
ern    Melodie: . .Jazz,"
"Plantation Days," Lousvllle Lou,"
"Old Kentucky Home," Vampire Jew
"Is." "Chappie" and "Charleston Blues."
The act. actually includes all of the
famous colored performers of the day
and is heralded as the premier production of ihe season in Pantages
vaudeville.
Rawlinson   in
New Type Role
Thurston's
Meat Market
FAIRMONT  119
THANKSGIVING
SPECIALS
Fresh Killed Ducks
per lb	
Fresh Killed Chicken
per lb	
'rime Steer Beef,
Local I.anil)
Dairy Fed
'(irk Sausage, Tripe,
Fresh I )aily
. 35c
. 35c
Pork
Liver
Orpheum Offers
Diverting Bill
\lda, former favorite in
Follies "Midnight Frolic,"
a big hit at  Ihe Orpheum
Ihis week, featured as head-
a  very entertaining bill    of
"IFWINTERCOMES"
AT DIMI.U04
Photoplay of Famous Novel to be  Big
Feature—Acclaimed as the Best
Photoplay of the Season
[■■H"|"1"1"I"M"1"I"1"I"1"1"I"1"H"I"M"1 M"l"l I H"I"M"M t"H I'M l»M"H"H"'
Freight Rates
take an annual toll of SI00,000,000.00 from the
people of the west for iron and steel products.
Brilish Columbia
-*r       -   -mi
spends over $8,000,000.00 every year on iron
and steel products, and uses 650 tons daily.
Coast Range Steel Limited
plans a 500-ton blast furnace as the first unit
of an industry to take care of this demand, in
the limne market.
WHY    NOT    BUILD   UP   B. C?
>|_H^^.W..|..i,,lll.H..H^-H^
When A. S. M. Hutchinson wrote "It
Wilder Conies" he contributed to Ihe
world ol fiction the literary sensation
of a decade. William Fox has pro- |
duced ihe sen-en counterpart of ihis
now famous novel which bids fair to
become ihe most talked of photoplay
of Ihe season.
Photographed in England, in ihe ac-
lual scenes pictured by ihe author,
which have become so familiar to
Ihe average American household, the
photoplay is a fine, authentic achieve
ment which has commanded Ihe profuse commentation of Mr. Huchlnson
himself. I     J^rif!
Some idea of the thoroughness lhal
marks the screen production of "If
Winter Comes" may be gleaned  from
(he following facts,
Director Harry .Millnrde, wiih a com
pany ill screen artists .sheadeil by Percy Marmont, who plays Mark Sabre
and Miss Ann Fullest, the Nona of
the   story,   spent   one   year   in    Kng
laud in complete the pi ture,
Mr. Huchlnson personally aided Mil
aide in ihe production and election of
locations.
|,'ight   English  tOWBS  worn used   to
visualize "Tldborough."
The  entlr  Koyul  West  Kent  regl-
Globe Theatre to   Present "The Victor"
Next Week
Herbert   Rawlinson,   who  has  won
the underworld a lot more sympathy
than it probably deserves by the
human quality that he has displayed
in the many crook purls that he has
portrayed on the screen, will be seen
in the rob- far afield from the type
in which he is so well known at the
Globe Theatre next week.
The Universal star makes his bow
to the motion picture world in th-'
role oi a knight of Ihe squared circle.
The title ui the play is "The Victor,'
so there's no masking the outcome of
his fistic engagments. He wins, the
crown hands down.
The Hon. Cecil Fltzhugh Waring is
the "tilled monieKer" under which he
battles and despite the handicap oi
his being a penniless member of the
British Aristocracy he weilds a lefl
hook that is a terror to all opponents.
Rawlinson is a wonderful all-around
athlete and a clever boxer, bul lbs I
his first screen appearance in a prize
light  role.
"The Victor" was adapted to the
screen by E. Richard Schayer, well-
known scenarist, from the populat
magazine story by Gerald Beaumont.
Much comment has been heard lato-
y ol ihe splendid class of pictures the
Globe have been running and Manager
W.i'hcc i. ii be congratulated ui on
his achievement nl placing tills playhouse on a par wiih some of the larger
houses of the city and this week's bill
goes lo prove lhal ihe high siandarii
sei by him i« still attained.
DeLyle
Zeigfield's
is making
Theatre
liner ir
vaudeville. In a musical sketch en-
tilled "Sadie—One of Those Girls."
she is assisted by Edward Tiertiey and
James Donnelly, and a capable cast.
Miss Alda is in the prime of her vocal
aud physical perfection, and at each
local performance has sung her way
into the hearts of Vancouver audiences. The sketch gives her ample opportunity to ulilize Ihe charms she
possesses.
Harry Watson, jr., who will always
be remembered for his excellent
comedy in "The Young Kid Battling
Dugau," and also the telephone scene,
is second headliner, and his comedy
is even funnier than ever before.
Moss & Frye, two colored comedians,
originators of "How High Is Up," and
other frothy vaudeville nonsense, are
also on the bill with a spleudid laugh
ing line of new and old sayings
comedy is offered b jthe
there, snappj young
good conception ol
lo make people
themselves.
Prompt Delivery
4334 Main St.
ROBERTSON'S
GROCERY
TRY ROBERTSON'S GOOD TEA
50c and 60c per lb.
4493 Main St.        Fair 3843
C.    F.    MYERS
Organist, and Choirmaster St. Peter's
Church, Soulh Vancouver
TEACHER   OF   PIANO,   ORQAN,
THEORY, SINGING
Pupils prepared for Examination*
Special attention to Beginners
Studio Phone
3510  SOPHIA  ST. Fair.
Vancouver, B. C. 5770L
The Hodgson Plumbing and
Heating Co. Ltd.
Plumbing,  Heating  and
Sheet  Metal  Work
Jobbing  a  Specialty
1174 Burrard St., Vancouver
Phone Sey. 2412
W. A. GOOCH
"IANOS TUNED and  REPAIRED
First Class Work    -
Fa^1833Y
i652 QUEBEC ST.
More
Klein Bro-
fellows  with a
what  is  required
laugh    and    enjoy
Their act is called "Jest
.Moments."   Wonderful melody is pro
vided   by   the  Hegedus    Sisters  and
Juan   Reyes,   premiere   violinists  and
pianist.   Their reportoire is well suited to all musical tastes, and their performance is exceedingly enjoyable to
all.    .More music comes from Edward
J   Lambert and  Miss  Minnie  Fish, a
duo who represent "Youth  and Beau-
ty,"  and whose performance is abso-
lulely In keoping with what might be
expected   from   the   title.     H.   and   P.
Beatz are European equilibrists Whose
feats of hazard and dexterity    place
them as wonders in  their particular
line of endeavor.
The main features are supported by
the usual picture attractions and special musical selections by the Original Orpheum Concert Orchestra, I
rounding out what is proving to be
one ot the musi entertaining vadue-
ville bills ol the Orpheum season.      |
Reynold'sMotorCartage
Haulage Contractors
Fireproff Storage,    Furniture and
Piano   Moving—Padded  Vanr
Packing  and  Shipping,  Express
and  Baggage
527 Dunsmuir Street
Phone  Sey.  1036
Res. Phone:  R. Wilkinson, Fra. 250R
A.    B.    BROKERAGE
G. H. Batcheler-L. J. Armstrong
Estate   Agents   Notary   Public
Fire and  Plate Glass
Insurance a Specialty
5704 Fraser St., Fra. 107
Splendid Bill At
Pantages Theatre
The    Sensational    Southern    Musical
Comedy   "Plantation Days," Direct Fr:m London and Includ-
Ini the Original Cast of
CD  Famous Colored  En-
t'-.itainers, is to Comer se the Entire Bill
Next  Week
Directed  and  produced  by a  well-
known master of stagecraft. Lawrence
Deas, this production is to be presented in ten characteristic and beautiful
scenes with many novel effects  and
attractive   costumes,   making   it   one
of the  prettiest attractions  on   Pan-
lagts   boards   this   season.
The cast, with the original siars of
the company, Includes  Chapelle and
: iln' nl.  two of vaudeville's  pion i
■  '!(:. pi'CKCli'ing an artistic prngei
i       i i    Liruinuioua   melodies;   .T.n •'.'<
I ...I .',im:, in their character classic
,1 ihe Sj-. ■•!'.    egro, off .ring Sou".-
"Wonderful Ind 1 is the
power  of the  voice."
—Cicero.
The power of the voice is Mi
success of the telephone, ll was
in the endeavour lo transmit
sound that the telephone was
invented, and the great factor of
its development into an article
of very common use is that direct conversation may be carried on.
Because it enables one's personality to be scut is the reason
that the telephone promotes
friendships and Intimacy, and
brings about closer relations between Ihose in business. The
pleasure of hearing the voice
you know makes long distance
the casual practice of every one.
BRITISH    COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE
COMPANY
South Hill Sheet Metal Worki
FURNACE WORK
EAVE  TROUGHING
GENERAL   TINSMITHINO
Corner Fraser and 51st Ave.
Phone   Fraser  287
FRESH KILLED MEATS
Attractive Prices
H.     M O TT
5909 Fraser St.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
FOR USED FURNITURE
AND STOVES
Empire Furniture Co.
4242 Main St. Fair. 3140
FOR SALE
or Exchange
lor Vancouver property
Two   quarter   sections   n'fr   Lang,
Saskatchewan
Good home in best part of Sujkatoon
Ten   acre   market   gtrdeti   2   miles
from   Winnipeg;    In    high   State   of
cultivation.    Comfortable house, B<tv
stables,   etc.
Apply- 4601 Main St.
Phone Fair. 5020
k PAGE 2
LEADER-ADVOCATE
Friday,  November 9,  1923
Instilling Love of
Country a
Waving the Hag has very seldom caused arm-ache
amongst the British peoples. One of our characteristics
is an aversion to display and it is to be regretted that this
has been carried to excess.
Our cousins across the border have recognized the
value of incessant Hag flaunting in a land where people of
other nations are continually being assimilated and
though we British have often looked on this with a smile
it is quite time we began to copy their example.
In a chart showing the school census of Canada, the
nationality of the children is given.
The Canora school district is very typical of those
of Western Canada. The 436 children attending the 10
schools are divided as follows: Ruthenian, 329; Dotikha-
bor, 86; British, 16; German, 4; Belgian, 1.
Four hundred and twenty foreign-born to only sixteen British!
Four hundred and twenty to whom the British Empire means nothing, but who can be trained into good
right teachers.
Canadian citizens if their training is in the hands of the
But how about the teachers?
A school teacher in Alberta watching the hoisting of
the school flag remarked, "The Canadian flag is nice but
oh! the stars and stripes flag, how I love it."
The trustees of this school were two Germans and
tow farmers from the States; not one of them—scholars
or trustees had been more than three years in Canada
and the teacher was direct from the States, teaching on
a permit from the Albertan government.
Taught in schools by teachers who place a foreign
flag above the Canadian children pass through high
school into the university where a Sedgwick perhaps
awaits them.
At home their literature mostly comes from the
States and the mother possibly has her opinions moulded
by the addresses she hears at the Parent-Teachers' meetings given by some member of the Women's International League of Peace and Freedom.
Last week a meeting of this organization with its
beautiful but infamous propaganda took place in New
Westminster and the papers gave it a nice little notice
as if it was in reality as innocent as its title.
The home training of the coming race is not receiving much attention. The children of today are in the
difficult position of having to compete on a higher grade
than, their parents experienced at the same age while they
re'?/Ve less nurture in the home.
Modern life has so many attractions outside the home
that our social life has undergone a complete change and
the blessed influence of the quiet evening at home, parents and children together profiting by the pleasant intercourse is getting more and more a rarity.
The public school and the university have therefore
more than ever before a serious duty to undertake, that is,
the training of the student in citizenship.
This can only be accomplished by instilling love of
country and its institutions in the hearts of the young
ones and it is for us to see the instructors are capable
of so doing.
Will the teacher who loves another flag best be able
to do this?
Will the professor we spoke of two weeks ago be
able?
If not, why pay them a salary?
Let us get down to action. Clear out the Augean
stable we have allowed to become so foul—the disloyal,
the pro-German, the un-British and the un-Canadian.
Those who installed the teachers in their chairs,
those that permit the anti-British canvasser to disseminate his lies—those that allow the "poison that destroys"
to circulate—these are all holding their posts by our
votes and we have the power to prevent our cblidren
growing up to be renegades, traitors and breeders of sedition.
If w evalue our children—and our Canada—let us
see to it.
MY CREED
I would be true, for there are those that trust me;
i would be pure, for there are those who care;
I would be strong, for there is much to suffer;
1 would be brave, for there is much to dare
I would be friend of all—the foe—the friendless;
I would be giving, and forget the gift;
I would be humble, for 1 know my weakness;
I would look up—and laugh—and love—and lift
—Harold Arnold Walters,
PRESIDENT   ISLAND   BOARDS
ARGUES  FOR  STEEL  WORKS
President John W. Coburu, of the
Associated Boards of Trade of Vancouver Island, who recently addressed an appeal to Ihe boards in his
jurisdiction to strengthen their support of Coast Range Steel proposals,
has addressed the following letter to
the  press:
"Tlie   Udilor,
Dear Sir,
According lo Ihe published report in New York of October 31st,
the U, S. Steel Corporation made
a net profit of $47,053,680.00 for
three months ending September 30,
last, in spite of Ihe adoption of
the 8-hour day in place of 12—and
I yet some people in B. C. claim it
j      won't pay here.
It   won't   hurt  the  U.   S.   Steel
j       Corporation to pay out a million or
two dollars a  year to keep their
|      stranglehold  on  the  Pacific  Coast
market—will it?
Such leading firms as Newton
Chambers, Davy Bros., Armstrong
Whitworth, Freyn Brassert, Semet
Solvay, Partington Steel aud Iron,
Simon Carves and Vickers—the
foremost in the Empire—are behind Coast Range Steel Limited
and are willing to come to this
province with a project of development to the tune of $15,000,000,
asking that the provincial government join them in this interest to
the extent of $4,000,000—to bring
$11,000,000 of new capital here aud
afford employment to 5 or 6 thousand men.
The Victoria Chamber of Commerce houlds up its hands in terror
if any Company should dare start
an enterprise that will come into
competition with long established
iron firms who have had control
of this market so long.
Are the citizens of this province
and the Government to be told
how they are to run their business
—with whom they shall deal—
what business they shall or shall
not engage in—when they are to
start—if ever—by Eastern and foreign steel interests?
Citizens of British Columbia—IS
IT NOT TIME WE WERE GETTING- OUT OF GUN SWADDLING
CLOTHES AND TAKING MEN'S
PLACES?
Think it over-
John W. Coburn."
WHEN   HAVING  YOUR   HOU8E
Moved or  Repaired  Don't  Forget the
PACIFIC   COAST   HOUSE   MOVERS
Excavating and Concrete Work
We  Specialize  in   House  Raising
and Moving
213 Orpheum Bldg.—Sey. 9072
Res.  Phone 4064R—150 28th Ave.- E.
DR. SMITH  LITTLE
DENTIST
Fair. 212 25th Ave. & Main St.
Open evenings by appointment
CROWDER
HAS IT
4899 MAIN  STREET
Classified Ads.
USE JOHN BULL EGG PRODUCER,
LICE KILLER AND ROUP «URE.
THE WHITE WIZARD COMPOUND
10-15 Washings 25c. Canvassers
wanted, apply 3743 Main Street.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Property in Okanagan Valley for Vancouver property. By owner who is
moving here, Fair. 871Y.
There will be a special matinee on
Monday afternoon at the Dreamland
Theatre on account of the holiday.
This is in addition to the regular Saturday afternoon matinee. Specially
good pictures are being shown at the
theatre each week.
The World Needs a Richer Fellowship
In   Truth,   Love   and   Personality.
You will find it belter In the church
than in any other place.    Try it.
Mountain   View   Methodist   Church.
One or our great  days.
Splendid service all day.
11  a.  m.—Rev. J.  D.  Hobden    will
speak.
7.30   p.   m.—Oour   popular   service.
The Pastor will speak.
Special  community  singing.
Specials by  the choir.
Our Thanksgiving message.
Armistice day address.
'Our King went  forth on pilgrimage.
His prayer and vows to pay
To them that saved our heritage
And cast their own  away."
Find  your  way  to  the  chtbvXh  on
Sunday.
BARBARA LA MARR and MATT MOORE In "STRANGERS OF THE
NIGHT"
Showing at the Capitol all Next Week
BRIGHT SAYINGS
Those who s^gh for the good old
days have forgotten that girls didn't
wear silk stockings then.
A CHANCE  FOR  LABOUR
A S.M    HUTCHINSON      AND       HARGY     MILLARDE     yolijminy »
Cted    Y    'IF   WtNTEB  COMEJ'y WIIL1AM   For   tfxcinl tttrmctio*	
Showing at the Dominion all Next Week
One of the great advantages to
come to this province through Ihe
commencement of Iron and steel
works, Is that which will come to
labour.
With the beginning of this work,
there will be a great opportunity for
real co-operation between the two
great elements In commercial activity
—capital and labour.
With all the experience of the past
and the lessons which have been enshrined in men's hearts, with the
recognition of the principle that the
present wage system Is neither infallible nor final—and only a stepping
stone to more equable distribution of
what we know as wealth; with the
recognition—gradually, but definitely
taking shape, that labour should be
associated with capital In the management of business—with these there
should come a definite establishment
of real principles which sholl govern
the relations of working hands and
working brains in this development.
If, coupled with the establishment
of foundation Industries, there is also
established solid foundations for industrial peace In those industries, the
onward march of this province aud Its
people cannot be checked.
Mildred is not allowed to eat between meals, but the other day she
came in and asked for a "piece."
Mother, pointing to Ihe clock, said,
"Why, dear, see what time it is. II
is not  near dinner lime."
Mildred pouted and then replied,
"Well, mother, I wish you wouldn't
go by the clock, I wish you'd go by
my want."
ADVERTISING
Advertising is the bridge
constructed by the thoughtful
merchants for the use of his
enstomers. It is built upon
the good quality and real value of his merchandise, passing
high above the turbid stream
of "Cheap and Nasty." The
bridge Is rendered attractive by
the fair prices he quotes, and
the seasonable goods he offers
for sale. Across this bridge
the customers have ready access to the store of the merchant, and each one of them Is
quick to take advantage of the
facility on every opportunity.
The Value of any Outlay lies
In the Results Produced.
B.  C.  MEAT  riARKET
4538 MAIN STREET        Between 29th and 30th
SPECIALS  FOR  SATURDAY
BEST   POT   ROASTS     12|/2C,   15c
STEW   BEEF   12'/;>c,  15c
PORK  ROASTS from   20c
LEGS  YOUNG   LAMB   38c
PURE   PORK  SAUSAGE    25c
MINCE   MEAT  FOR   PIES     20c
OUR OWN  BRAND SPECIALS—1   fb. 45c;  2 Ibs. 88c;  3 Ibs. $1.30
PHONE FAIR. 4873 Free Delivery
CURRY'S  GROCERY
No. 1 CREAMERY BUT-  An
TER, per tb 4UC
No. 1  CHEESE nn
per lb.  OUC
PURE LARD nn
per  tb  £\}Z
CURRANTS nn
New   tb  UvZ
NEW SEEDED RAISINS nr
2 pkts  LOZ
BULK SEEDLESS |r
RAISINS, fb   LoZ
NEW  PEEL or
per   tb  Out
B. C. SUGAR £9
5 Ibs  OoZ
GOOD QUALITY nn
BROOMS DUC
PENDANT BRAND HER- | n
RING, Tomato Sauce 1UC
SHREDDED WHEAT        OC-
2 for   LoZ
SUGAR CRISP CORN        -|A
FLAKES, pkt    I"C
S^S^S^MSBIMBBIBBBBBMHBCSa
PASTRY   FLOUR,   B.   &   Ac)
K., Wild Rose, 10 Ibs  'tCiZ
CREAM  ROLLED  OATS       r
per tb     DC
CAN TOMATOES nr
2 for   LioZ
QUAKER CORN | £
QUAKER PEAS | («
ROBIN HOOD OATS nn
per tube   Lt<L*~
NEW   DATES -1 A
per   tb  III*.
SUNLIGHT SOAP IJC
pkt  CoC
FELS NAPTHA OC „
3 for   *»C
LIFEBUOY 0|-
3 for   £«Jl-
GOLDEN  WEST SOAP    nn (
pkt         CtL '.
26th and Main St.
Fair. 3912
FREE   DELIVERY
LEGS OF PORK  25c tb.
LEGS OF LAMB 38c 'b.
LEGS OF VEAL  20c tb.
PRIME RIBS OF BEEF 18c ib.
PRIME POT ROASTS OF BEEF  10c lb.
DAYKIN'S    MARKET
FREE   DELIVERY
26th and MAIN ST. Phone Fair. 4893
Mrs. Darracott, 68 26th Ave., East
DRESSMAKER and LADIES' TAILOR
Wraps, Suits and Dresses
In Latest Styles at Lowest Prices
PHONE   FAIRMONT   1353X
Distinctive Remodelling
Mount Pleasant Music Store
2412 Main St., opp/ 8th Ave. Phone Fair. 524
JAS. P. WINTER
YOU   CANNOT   AFFORD   TO   MISS  THIS  8NAP
Type A2 Columbia Grafonola, regular    $37.50
20 10-inch Records   regular 75c    15.00
6  12-inch   Records,  regular $1.50      7.50
Total    $60.00
The Outfit for a few days $30; grab one of these for your summer camp
Phone Your Needs to FAIR. 524 Wa  Deliver
Wood and Coal
"THE BEST POSSIBLE"
(Pitkethly Bros.)
FRASER     353R1
Plowing Excavating Teaming
COTTAGE  CHEESE
Cottage cheese contains a larger
percentage of protein than most meats
and furnishes this material at a lower
cost. In every pound there is about
one-fifth of a pound of protein, nearly
all of which Is digestible. One pound
oj collage cheese carries a protein
value equal to 1.27 pounds of sirloin
steak, 1.09 of round steak, 1.37 of
chuck rib beer, 1.52 of fowl, 1.46 of
fresh ham, or 1.44 pounds of smoked
ham, 1.5s of loin chops, 1.31 of hind
leg of lamb or 1.37 pounds of breast
of veal. On the basis of energy supplied, one pound of cottage cheese I
equals S 1-3 ounces of sirloin sleak,
11 1-4 of round, 11 1-4 of chuck rib, j
10 3-4 of fowl, 5 1-2 of fresh ham, 6
of smoked ham, 6 of loin pork chop,
7 1-3 of hind leg of lamb and 12 3-4
of breast of veal.
One hears much today concerning
what the League of Nations has accomplished and what It has not, and
also concerning what It can accomplish and what it cannot. There is,
however, one service which il undoubtedly could render to Europe aud
the world in general, which, indeed,
It seems, as an Impartial referee, peculiarly fitted to perform, and yet
which appears to be practically to be
ignored. Might it not, that is, make
Immediate Inquiry Into the question
whether or not Germany is an honest
debter, furnishing the world with Its
considered opinion? The deliberate
judgement of the League would go far
toward affording satisfaction on this
point to her creditor nations, Including even France. Christian Science
Monitor.
t*W\
A.

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