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Array A   WEEKLY
PAPER   FOR
A   WAKING
er Advocate
/ol. 4,   No.  41
VANCOUVER,   B.   C,  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 2,  1923
s
President Associated
Island Boards Fights tor
Coast Range Steel Ltd.
The Following Letter Addressed by Mr. J. W. Coburn
to All the Boards of the Island Shows How Steadily
Some of the Leading Business Men of the Province are Helping to Commence Iron Production.
VICTORIA TRADE BOARD
AND AMERICAN STEEL AGENTS
Gentlemen:—
Referring to subject matter of Resolution No. 16 passed at the recent Annual Convention of the Associated
Boards of 'Trade of Vancouver Island, the present is.to
advise that on September 11th, last, at a special meeting
dI" the Iron Committee of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Munro, General Manager of the Granby
Semlter Co., made the statement that his company had
thrown away sixteen million tons of iron in the slag from
Ihe smelter.
In the Province newspaper of October 11th he announced that his company is experimenting with the
slag, and finds that it contains ?2, per cent, iron, and this
from rock that is nol supposed to be Iron Ore, and yet
some people claim that there is not sufficient ore available in the country to supply a 500-ton per day smelter.
We are given to understand that a number of smelters in
Great Britain and the United States are using such concentrates.
The Coast Range Steel Company have a body of ore
bonded for $200,000.00, half cash and half stock in the
Company. This ore body was recently examined by an
expert, and after he had made his report some company
or individuals have been trying to get this body of ore
away from the Coast Range people, and are offering $1,-
200,000.00 lor it, and in the face of this, opposition is offered to the iron masters of Great Britain establishing in
British Columbia on the plea that there is not sufficient
ore to keep a smelter running.
We must draw this conclusion from the above facts:
(1) The Coast Range Steel Company have used good
sound judgment in securing this property at that figure,
or—(2) The parties who are offering $1,200,000.00 for it
wish to get control in order to prevent the development
under way by the Coast Range Steel Company.
It behooves every well wisher of British Columbia to
enquire very closely into what is behind the opposition
to the Coast Range Steel in its proposed development of
the iron and steel industry of the Province.
In order that there may be no misunderstanding of
my motive, I wish to emphatically state that I hold no
brief for Mr. handbill or the Coast Range Slccl Company,
and expect to reap no benefit other that that accuring to
every property owner of British Columbia from ihe development of its resources, thereby reducing the stranglehold that taxation has on the industries of the Province
at the present lime, and 1 respeel fully submit this letter
in ihe several Boards of Trade of Vancouver Island entirely on my own responsibility.
1 have the honour lo be, Gentlemen,
Your obedient servant,
JOHN W. COBURN.
President  Associated Boards of Trade
of Vancouver Island.
The lair city of Victoria lias suffer
ed in more than one way through the
pasiug of Ihe president of its Cham-
ber of Commerce—the late C. T.
Cross. For Ihe moment we are con
cerued in one very direct effect which
the death of such a citizen has on the
lod name of thai city.
Tne vice-presideni of the chamber,
lr. ,C. I'. W. Sehwengers, who auto-
latically becomes president, happens
to be connected with one of the leading hardware firms on Vancouver Is
land. He also happens to be Ihe sell
ins agent lor Ihe Island lor U. S.
Steel Corporation goods—and to be an
acquaintance of the president of that
corporation, Mr. Kan-ell.
Victoria lias an "Iron Committee,"
of which Mr. Schwengers is a dominant member. Victoria's "Iron Committee" is flie first body in this province
making any pretense ol' examining
Ihe proposals to build blast furnaces
here as outlined by Coast Range Steel
Limited, to render an adverse report.
This report, as has been pointed out
in these columns, was signed and
handed to the press before it had been
accepted by the directorate of the
■Chamber. Visiting Victoria, we were
able lo arrange a meeting of the Iron
Committee through the courtesy of
the late Mr. Cross. This committee
heard a few of the lads about the industry and the result was that the
report was recalled and request made
for more time.
Next came a request by return mail
for more information. The length ol
tin- letter and the wide range of information requested makes it impossible to print the former and a joke
to consider the latter. As one prominent engineer remarked lo us when
shown this long list of questions,
"Nol even Clary's organization could
give them that information in a month
of Sundays—but the Iron Committee
al Victoria, led by the United States
Steel Agent—asked for Ihis inlorma-
-lion BY  RlOTl-Rf.' OF MAIL.
To show the hollowness of the
whole procedure — this Information
was vital to "Ihe completion of their
deliberations"—they wanted to have
Coast Range Steel Limited tell them
everything—when-wheti-how and why
—and lo give Ihis information to an
agent of a foreign steel organization
and to do it by return of mail—BUT
THEY MAKE A REPORT WITHOUT
IT.
This report is now being sent to
everj Hoard of Trade in the Province. Kach body is being asked lo con-
I detnn this great work of bringing British Blast Masters here to erect iron
and steel plant.
South Vancouver was asked to do
some of this dirty work—but South
Vancouver has too much at stake—
its honour and its deep interest in
what has been demonstrated to be the
most effective plan of securing Ihe
commencement of iron production in
this province, upon which lo build up
industrially.
It is nol an easy thing to accuse a
group of men of deliberate and malicious aclivities—but to anyone who
knows the circumstances there is apparently no other construction to be
placed on  the matter.
It would be a pity if the city of Victoria permits her business judgment
to be influenced by foreign corporations and their agents.
THE BIGGEST  BUSINESS IN
THE   COMMUNITY   IS   THE
BUSINESS  OF  THE  CHURCH
Five Cents
LADY  MEMBER  QUICK  TO
SPONSOR STP.EL PLANT
Are You a  Partner in the  Firm?
Try Mountain View Methodist
Church Sunday next.
II a.m.—The Way lo Win. Sacramental service at the close of the
regular service.
2.30 p.m.—Sunday School and Bible
Class.
7.30 p.m.—Making a Nation. Four
Factors and Four Principles. This address will be illustrated by over 50
beautifully   colored   slides.
Join in Ihe community singing.
Congregation and choir. Violin solo,
Mr.  L. C. DeCou.
What is your investment in- the
community life?
A curious Incident marked the addresses of the mover and seconder of
Ihe reply to the address from the
throne  in   Victoria  recently.
Mr. Clearlhue, the junior Liberal
member from Victoria, took occasion
to refer to the proposals of Coast
Range Steel Limited In moving the
reply.
Mrs. Smith—"Our own Mary Ellen,"
as she has come lo be familiarly
known to everybody in Great Britain
and Ireland, in seconding the reply—
incidently being the first woman in the
British Empire to have this honour—
was prompt to bring Mr. Clearlhue to
his bearings.
Deprecating any reference to names,
Mrs. Smith emphasized the fact that
during her recent visit to England
she met many of the prominent British
operators who are backing this work,
and that there would be no hesitation
in dealing with such a group, on account of their integrity and worth.
Mr. Clearlhue, however, is a member of the "Iron Committee" of the
Victoria Chamber of Commerce —
which committee is dominated by the
principal agent of the U. S. Steel Corporation on Vancouver Island. Certainly there need be nothing further
said about this point.
One of the best known citizens of
this municipality, and particularly in
the Colllngwood district, one of the
most popular, has passed from our ken
during the past few days.
Ex-Councillor John H. Turner was
a man of sterling qualities, ever ready
to expend himself for the general
good—and a typically proper citizen—
in and out of his home.
Bora in North Wales, and later moving to the Birkenhead side of tne
Mersey, he came to British Columbia
13 years ago and settled in South Vancouver. From that time he has taken an active part in public affairs.
Mr. Turner was an Elk, and in politics a Liberal—but more—he was a
man.
This district is the loser by his passing. Those of us who knew him intimately are keenly conscious of his
going. To his sorrowing wife ane
daughters we join with the people of
this municipality in recording our
deep sympathy and our extreme sense
of loss.
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4538 MAIN STREET        Between 29th and 30th
SPECIALS  FOR SATURDAY
POT  ROASTS,  feorn  10c
LEGS  BABY  LAMB    38c
PORK   ROASTS,   from      20c
PURE   PORK   SAUSAGE       12/2c   to   15c
OUR  OWN  BRAND  BUTTER,  1   lb. 40c;  2 lbs. 88c;   3 lbs. $1.30
PHONE FAIR. 4873 Free Delivery
LEGS OF LAMB 38c lb.
PRIME ROLLED RIB (BEEF)     20c ft.
ROUND STEAK ROAST (BEEF)  .... 18c ft.
T-BONE ROASTS (BEEF)    22c ft.
POT ROASTS (BEEF)  10c ft.
DAYKINS    MARKET
FREE   DELIVERY
26th and MAIN ST, Phone Fair. 4893
CURRY'S  GROCERY
No. 1  CREAMERY BUT-  An
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PURE  LARD nn
per   tb  fciUC
No.  1   CHEESE nn
per lb  <3UC
CREAM ROLLED OATS    nr
5 lbs   LiOZ
CREAM  OF  WHEAT A n
6-lb. sack   'tUC
ROMAN   MEAL nn
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B.  C  SUGAR |-r
5 lbs  DDC
FRESH GROUND A n
COFFEE, per  11). IVZ
BULK  TEA nn
per  lb  OUC
BULK   DATES 1 n
Mew,   lb.    lvC
4-lb. Tin  MCCARTNEY'S  fA
MARMALADE DUC
ROBIN   HOOD A-j   or*
FLOUR, 49  lbs. «Pl.OJ
PASTRY   FLOUR An
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SUGAR CRISP CORN        in
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SHRKDDED  WHEAT        of
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Open evenings by appointment
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HAS IT
4899  MAIN  STREET
Classified Ads.
USE JOHN  BULL  EGG  PRODUCER,
LICE  KILLER AND ROUP SURE.
THE WHITE WIZARD COMPOUND
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FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—Property In Okanagan Valley for Vancouver property. By owner who Is
moving here, Fair. 871Y.
PATRONIZE
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MARKET
Thursdays
and
Saturdays
WOOD'S
Have a Choice Selection of Fresh Meats
No. 1  STEER BEEF
Round Steak  20c and 25c
Sirloin Steak 25c and 30c
Rib Steaks    12|/2c
Pot Roasts   8c. 10c and 12/jC
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 S5c
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   18J4c
Centre Roasts Pork   20c and 22c
Loins Pork _ 28c
Side Pork _ 25c
Hind Leg Pork 28c
Pigs Heads     6c
MILK-FED VEAL
Veal Stew   12'/2c—17c
Shoulders Roast Veal   15c and 20c
Loin Roast Veal   25c and 28c
Leg Roast Veal   22c
Veal  Steak  20c and 25c
OUR OWN MAKE
Woods Little Pig Sausage   20c
Woods Beef Sausage  15c
Fresh Mince, 2 Ibs  25c
Pure Beef Dripping  15c
Pure Lard  -  20c
DAINTY DISHES
Lamb Hearts, 2 Ibs  25c
Veal Hearts  15c
Beef Brain*    10c
Calves Liver ,  25c
Lamb Liver     15c
Beef Liver 10c
Pork Liver, 3 Ibs. for   25c
Beef Hearts, each  20c and 25c
Smoked  Meats, Ayrshire Bacon,
Peameal   Bacon,        Breakfast  Bacon,
Smoked Hams and Smoked Picnic
We have everything in the
Cooked Meats
HEINZ PICKLES
JIGGS'  SPECIALS — Choice Corned
Beef and  Corned   Pork
Fresh and  Cured Tongues
Fresh Killed Chickens, 25c and 30c
Local  New Laid Eggs
FAIR. 2.950
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Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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At 16th Avenue
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
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Type A2 Columbia  Grafonola,  -jgular    $37.50
20 10-inch Records   regular 75c     15.00
5  12-inch   Records,   regular $1.50     7.60
Total    $60.00
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VANCOUVER    LEADER-ADVOCATE
Friday, November 2, 1923
rba  L^athr-Advocate
A Weekly Newspaper published every
Friday in Vancouver
"Vancouver First"
A. J. England
N. II.  Boden
-     Editor
Publisher
Printed at the Boden Pines. 30th and
Main Street, Vancouver
PHONE FAIRMONT 5020
Subscription Rates   -   •   $2.00 Yearly
By Mall—Payable In Advance
FRIDAY,  NOVEMBER   2,   1928
VICTORIAN ORDER
HOLD MONTHLY  MEETING
The monthly meeting of the Victorian Order of Nurses was held at
the home of Mrs. John Neilsnn, 572
IXth West.
Mrs. Woodford, the president, was
in the chair.
Final arrangements were made for
the bazaar to be held on Wednesday,
November 7lh, in the I. O. O. F. Hall,
30th and Main Street, from 2.30 to
7 p.m.
It is hoped that the bazaar wil be
well patronized by the local public.
Reeve Brookes is expected to officiate at the opening.
The two new nurses, Miss Neltlelon
in charge of the district and Miss
Card, were introduced lo the members.
Mrs. Calhoun, superintendent, gave
an address and reported on the substation, the use of a room in the municipal hall being acquired for the purpose.
Four nurses are in the district now,
one in Colliugwood, two in South Vancouver and one night nurse; 656 visits
wer made by the nurses; 400 free
visits; 91 patients.
On Wednesday afternoon, October
31st, the local branch and the Fraser
Auxiliary met in the Municipal Hall
to bid farewell to Nurse Bells who
has resigned and is leaving for the
east. A leather cub bag was presented to Miss Betts by Mrs. Woodford.
Refreshments were served.
m
Gloria, Swinson and H B.(Warner in a scene from the
Paramount Picture 'Zazal An Allan Dwan Production
Showing at the Capitol all next week.
2llc; cod, 15c; herrings, 3 Ibs. for 25c;
smoked liish, IS and 20c per lb.; crabs,
I wo for 25c.
Meal—Beef. 8 lo 20c per lb.; pork,
in lo 25c.; lamb, 12 to 25c.
POULTRY NOTES
EGGS UP IN SOUTH
VANCOUVER MARKET
Eggs were scarce and up five cents
to 70 cents per dozen in the municipal
market Thursday.
Laying White Leghorn hens sold at
90c each, and pullets at $1.10. Young
pigs were offered at $3.50 and $1.50
each. Apples sold at SOc per box
pears at 7 lbs. for 25c and tomatoes at'
5c per lb.
Potatoes were sold at $1.30 per sack
mangolds at 60c per sack and fresh
vegetables at 5c per bundle. Butter
40c per lb.
Fish—Salmon, 15c per  lb.;  halibut
By W. W. Lee.
Green feed, in some form, constitutes an essential part of any well-balanced poultry ration, whether for
young chicks, growing slock or adult
birds.
The modern tendency is to give a
somewhat narrow ration containing
protein in a highly concentrated form.
This is particularly true with regard
lo poultry kept in conl'inment and fed
heavily for egg production as are a
large proportion of Ihe birds on our
Canadian farms during at least five
months of Ihe year. A liberal supply
of green feed minimise the dangers
ol ibis system by adding bolh bulk
and variety to Ihe ration, and at the
same time replaces a certain quant iy
of grain.
Green food is valuable, not only for
its succulence, which makes H palatable lo poultry, but also because It
contains mineral matter, including nutritive constituents, necessary to sustain life, promote growth, and assure
reproduction. Foremost among these
constituents are the vltamlnes, the
absence of which from any ration,
whether for humans, animals or birds,
will ultimately prove fatal.
Therefore It behoves every poultry
keeper, whether back-yarder, specialist, or farmer, lo make provisions
for an ample supply of green food in
some form, and in view of the shortness of our growing season, and the
late spring experienced this year, no
time should be lost.
Green teed may be divided into two
ACEEYLENE
WELDING
REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS
ANY MAKE OF CARS
MODERATE   PRICES
GAS
GREASES
OILS
BROCK GARAGE
480 2 Main St.    Phone Fair. 5543
kinds, that intended for immediate
consumption, and thai which is to be
held for winter use. Certain varieties
however, are grown for bolh purposes,
this being particularly true of grasses
and leguminous plants.
Among the green feeds which are to
be used as soon as grown, rape holds
first place by reason of its quick
growth, palatability and value for
cleaning and freshening the yards.
The besl variety is Dwarf Essex and
it. should sown broadcast. Under normal conditions it is ready for grazing
from five to six weeks after being
sown.
Alfalfa makes excellent green feed
for growing slock, and when cured is
valuable for winter feeding. It has
the added advantage of being able to
Withstand prolonged drought. The
favourite varieties are Grim and Turkestan.
Mangles or semi-sugar beets form
the bulk of green feed for winter use;
they are easily harvested, keep well,
and generally crop well. The mammoth Long Red or Gale Post varieties
are preferable, as they contain a higher percentage of dry matter. Mangles
should not be led immediately alter
being harvested, as when fresh they
might cause bowel (roubles.
The Jerusalem Artichoke, and especially the Mammoth White deserves
more attention from poultrymen. Ex-
tremly hardy and prolific, it can be
grown almost anywhere and under any
conditions. The green shoots form abundant shade and succulent feed for
growing stock, Ihe closeness of the
foliage helps to choke out weeds
while the tubers keep well, are relished for winter feed of laying liens and
early spring feed for little chicks.
Details regarding methods and time
for planting all the above mentioned
kinds of green feed will be found in
bulletins 87 and KS (second series) and
pamphlet 23, which may be obtained
free from the Publications Branch,
Department   of  Agriculture,   Ottawa,
Ontario.
The fault of the average high-brow
is that he never knows whether to
like a performance unlil he reads
what the critics say next day.
Time is capital. The business man
can borrow millions of money, but
he can not borrow, beg, steal, or create a minute of time. Systematize your
time. The best way to do that is to
take an inventory of it. Then classify
it (or rather your use of it) day by
day, and week by week. Study the
minutes lost in needless delays, in
talking about your success and your
successes of failures lo others. Then
eliminate it.
Time calls, and change
Commands   both   men  and   gods  and
speeds us on
We  know  not whither;   but the old
earth smiles
Spring   after   spring,   and   the   seed
bursts again
Out of Its prison mould, and the dead
lives
Renew themselves, and rise aloft and
soar,
And are transformed, clothing themselves with change,
Till the last change be done.
—Lewis Morris.
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MUNICIPAL MARKET
AT HORTICULTURAL HALL
43rd and Fraser Open Thursdays and Saturdays
The Municipal Market is Again in Operation Two Days Weekly- Thurs. Sat.
UNIVERSAL
Grocery
3851 MAIN STREET
Alberta Creamery, 3 lbs $1.14
B. C. Storage Eggs, Firsts, doz 43c
Finest Dairy Butter, per lb 38c
Cream Cheese, 3 pkts 25c
Brookfield Creamery, per lb 44c
Peameal Bacon as cut, per lb 32c
Ayrshire Bacon, sliced, per lb 25c
Boneless Rolled Ham, sliced, per lb 25c
Picnic Hams, per lb 18c
Finest Pure Lard, 3 lbs 55c
Ontario Cheese, per lb 28c
Jonathan Apples, box   $1.00
Mcintosh Red Apples, box  $1.20
Sunkist Oranges, 2 doz 35c
Wild Rose Pastry Flour, 10-lb. bags  39c
Sunlight Soap, per carton 22c
Crystal White Soap, 4 for 25c
Classic Cleanser, 3 for  25c
Quaker Corn, 2 tins for 27c
Quaker Peas, 2 tins for 29c
Quaker Tomatoes, 2 tins for 29c
Christie's Soda Biscuits, 3 for 25c
Orman's Bulk Cream Sodas, per pkt 15c
Blue Ribbon Tea, per lb 63c
4-lb. Pails Pure Strawberry Jam   73c
Rogers' Syrup, 2's, tin  22c
Kellogg's Corn Flakes     10c
B. & K. Wheat Flakes, per pkt 40c
Robin Hood Oats, carton 19c
Libby's Tomato Catsup, bottle  21c
Fels Naptha Soap, 3 for 25c
Fresh Ground Coffee, 3 lbs $1.00
Universal Indo Black Tea, per lb 53c
Bulk Rolled Oats, 5 lbs 25c
Cream of Wheat, 6-lb. bags 33c
Scratch Feed, bag   $2.10
Toilet Rolls, 6 for   25c
Shelled Almonds, per lb 39c
Shelled Walnuts, per lb 28c
Sunmaid Raisins, 2 lbs 25c
New Season's Peel, per lb 28c
Molasses, 2 tins  25c
Domolco Molasses, tin  25c
Corn Starch, 4 packets   25c
%-tb. Tins McDonald's Briar 70c
McDonald's Plugs, 3 for  50c
Campbell's Tomato Soup, 2 for  25c
B. C. Sugar, 10 lbs., with $2 purchase 99c
Fertabs—Puts new life into your plants, box 25c
Prices subject to change without notice
Fair. 5000     Free   Delivery
Opening Announcement
The  Canadian  Wood  &  Coal  Company,  Limitert
and Rat Portage Wood Yard
beg 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
'     PHONE    FAIRMONT   5586
We 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.
WOOD—All   grades for  Stove,   Heater,   Fire  Place  and   Furnace.
4226    MAIN    STREET
The Corner Shoe Shop
All Kinds of
BOOT ANO  SHOE  REPAIRS
Prompt!)   ICxeci	
All  Hand Work
Satisfaction  Guairant ed
F.  BRISSETT PROP.
Cor. 2'.n h  and  Main St.
GLOBE ELECTRIC
T.  E.  Barwood
Electrical   Contractors
Wiring        Fittings        Motors
Bells and Repairs
Estimates Given
Res. 4403 James St. Fair. 46151
S.ROH R
FOR BAGGAGE DELIVERY
AND LIGHT MOVING
Fair. 4284R 127 34th AVE. E.
Shop Phone
Fairmont 5043
House Phone
Fairmont  4043L
E. L. Armstrong
Sheet Metal Worker
Now is the Time to Get Your
Furnace Repaired or a New
One  Installed
Let  me  solve Your  Heating   Problem
Est-mates   Free
4216  MAIN  STREET
MISS R. ANDERSON
Pupil   of  the
Toronto Conservatory of Music
TEACHE., of piano
Special attention paid lo beginners
4817  ELGIN  ST. Fair.  1564L
South Vancouver Wood Yard
WE GIVE YOU   THE  BEST WOOD
AMD  QUICK!.ST   DELIVERY
Fras r 21 j       Fraser & 51st
A{ aes   Beatrice Lumsden
'EACHHR    OF   SINGING
W.il   accept   a   limited   number  of
J'.inior Pupils
STUDIO—4.22   QUEBEC   STREET
Phone   Fairmont   725R
A  NEATLY  WRITTEN
AND   CAREFULLY   WORDED
SHOWCARD
Will  Soon   Pay  For  Itself
Don't keep your old card
doing  service until
They   have  lost  their freshness
and the public take no interest In them
Get your wants supplied by
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manai Friday,   November  2,   1923
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We have all  kinds of  Cooked  Meats for your
Picnics.    Also Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongues,
Fish, Butter, Etc.
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FRIDAY   AND   SATURDAY—NOVEMBER   2  and  3
GEORGE   MELFORD   FEATURING  ■GREAT  IMPERSONATION"
Comedy—Chester  Conklln   in   "Pulman   Bride"
Also  2nd   Episode  of  "Buffalo   Bill"
romantic adventures   with    a   circus ,
which lay In store for him.
Pola Negri at
the Dominion
Popular    Photoplay    Held    Over    By
Management   For   One   Week
Longer.
Thurston's
Meat Market
FAIRMONT  119
PRIME STEER BEEF, LOCAL LAMB,
DAIRY  FED  PORK,  No. 1   VEAL
Orpheum Offers
Many Big Features
This week the Orpheum Theatre is
offering a bill that  stands out  Iil-c.<• :t
gold   pi    amid   a   Hock   of  wooden
nickels, and in every one of Ihe feature acta the artistic is ever-present.
The big hit of the show is Hence Robert and the G-lers-Dorf Symphonists.
Wonderful melody In rich and colorful
surroundings, stunning gowns and
cleverly artistic dancing mark Ihis big
attraction which includes more than a
dozen artists. The bund has ten
versatile and finished artistes, the
staging is very lavish and Ihe ad's
program is altogether delightful.
Harry ffolson is a blackface comedian wiih an operatic voice who does
not have to lean upon the reputation of
brother "Al.," to gain favor. He sings
many numbers with charm and individuality. .Miss V'cnita Qould also
makes a flattering impression wiih her
Impersonations ol' famous Broadway
stars. Her work stamps her as an
artiste of unusual ability. The Weak
Spol, a George Kelly comedy, belies
its name for it was one of Ihe strong
spots on the programme and created
gales of wholesome amusement, l.y-
.i. ll * Macy, as "Did Cronies" veterans of the Civil War offer good natur-
ed humor, and as old pais enter into
mirth provoking altercations which
win the characters instant favor. The
Venn Wong Brothers are clever acrobatic and juggling performers whose
stunts captivate their audiences. The
Plying Han wells are performers who
use ihe double swinging; rope for their
hazardous feats. Tiny are the big
thrill of the show and recognized
peers In their particular line of enter-
nmenl.
Die usual picture attractions and
special selections by the Original Orpheum Orchestra complete this splendid vaudeville bill.
t'lassie Orchestra, a new addition to
the theatre, will render ihe balance of
a   high  class  program.
Splendid Bill At
Pantages Theatre
Eddie  Borden,    screen,    vaudeville
and musical comedy favorite, il to
headline next weeks bill in a skit entitled "Moments Humorous." He will
be supported by "The Duke," "Sir Edward Martin" and "Hazel of Ihe Movies" (Hazel Maye). Eddie Borden is
one of America's favorite comedians,
and in ihis season's offering ho has
surpassed himself in the good things
to laugh about
Elsie and Pauline, ice skaters, are
billed as ihe original imitators of the
Apache dance on ice. These spureme
artists of the ice will offer a somewhat unusual and very artistic programme on skates.
Jose Saxton ■'i' Jack Parrell will
present "'Ihe . lopers," a cleverly
written skit on love, containing some
very funny situations in which ihe
couples  become mixed.
Pearl Evans and John 1!. Wilson.
I wo of vaudeville's besl known artists,
will offer "Bright Bits of Musical
Comedy," a delightful programme of
comedy natter interspersed with song.
Julia Edwards, a talented and well
formed girl, will offer an unusual nov-
elty; a programme of artistic gym-
liaslics on Ihe rings and swimming
web. wiih bits of comedy talk and
song as added feature.
I'antagescope will present a new
Century Corned) ami Aesop's Fables
in animated cartoon.
Ii cost as much to build the interior
sets for thi' production of Pola Negri's
new siar vehicle, 'The Spanish Dane
er," as ii diil lo turn s i the original
castles In Spain, from which these
sets were modelled.
Herberi Brenon, producer of ihis
lavish Paramount picture, is the author of ihis statement. He bases his
calculations upon the cheapness of
labor during the sixteenth century as
compared with labor costs of today.
The gorgeousness of the Interior
scenes of Ihis photoplay is said to surpass any picture ever made. Heavy
silken draperies, cloth of gold and
mosaic of rare design fashioned after
original decorations In old Spanish
palaces were used. Antonio Moreno is
featured as leading man in Ihis splendid picture production.
An Important booking announced by
Manager Winning, of Ihe Dominion
Theatre, is the William Fox screen
version of A. S. Al. Hutchinson's
famous story. "If Winter Comes,"
which will be shown shortly, This
widely read novel has been faithfully
picturized under the direction of
Harry Millarde, the man who made
"Over ihe Hill" and "The Town Thai
Forgot God." Percy Marmonl as
Mark Sabre and Ann Forrest as Lady
Tybar head the cast. A year was
spenl in filming the picturesque scenes
of English life, the exteriors being taken in ihe actual localities mentioned
in Ihe book.
One of the most sympathetically portrayed characters is Hapgood, Ihe boyhood friend of Mark Sabre's, who
gives such a thorough insight Into the
thought, and feelings of "Puzzlehead"
Mark. The part is finely played by
Arthur Metcall, an actor of unusual
ability and long experience.
Pot Roasts, from, per tb.   10c
Oven  Roasts, from, per tb  15c
Round  Steak,  per  lb.     25c
Shoulder  Steak, 2  Ibs.  for 25c
HAM—BOLOGNA—CORNED      BEEF
Prompt  Delivery
4334 Main St.
Story of Tomboy
Told in Picture
"Man Next Door
'?
Women Will Find New Vitagraph Special  of  Unusual   Interest   Because
of Drama Centering About Girl.
Two-Point Appeal
in Big film Play
"Richard,     the     Lion-Hearted"      Has
Compelling Story and Reproduces
the Period.
"Zaza" Is
Capitol Feature
Gloria   Swanson   i
Picture  Said  to
i   New   Paramount
Excel   Them   All
Freight Rates
lake an annual loll of $100,000,000.00 from the
people of the west for iron and steel products.
British Columbia
spends over $8,000,000,00 every year on iron
and steel products, and uses 650 Urns daily.
Coast Range Steel Limited
plans a 500-ton blast furnace as I lie first unit
of an industry to lake care of this demand in
(lie home market.
WHY   NOT   BUILD   UP   B. C?
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One of Hie most i 111 eivsl ing com
edy dramas thai has been offered
here will lie shown ai ihe Globe
Theatre next week, n is a plcturlza-
lion of "The Man Nexl Door." by Km
erson Hough, aulht r ol "The Covered
War,m." iiiul shows wiih exceptional
fidelity life on a great ranch in Wyoming contrasted with the shallow life
oi society in a greal cltj•
There is in ihis picture, a remark-
ablu yariet) of scenes and sets, an in
timati picture ol life on a greal ranch,
wiih   iis   frolic    and     fun,  Including
sweeping    SCelieS   Oi    Ihe    greal    Wesl
while the Inveslures showing ihe mag
nlnccnl mansion bull I by the millionaire cattleman for his daughter in lie
city, reveals some of ihe most lavish
Btudio sets over built.
Women will he exceptionally Interested in "The Man Nexl Door," ll
tells the story of a girl reared among
Ihe hard riding cow punchers uniil sin
is sixteen ami her transformation Into
a young debutante. Alice Calhoun,
who plays Bonnie Hell Wright, wean
some of ihe most magiiillcani gowns
thai  ha\i' been seen on the screen.
The story tells of this wealths
young girl's effort to find friendship in
| a greal city, and the hearl Interest in
ibis comedy drama lies in the struggle
of this girl for happiness. .She learns
thai riches are no guarantee of love.
The usual comedy will be added to
lilt  above   picture    and     the  Globu's
Heralded as "the greatest historical
classic on the screen," with romance
and adventure garbed in the colorlul
atmosphere of the Twelfth century,
"Eichard, the Lion-Hearted," an Allied
Producers and Distributors Corporation release, will open ai ihe Strand
Theatre on .Monday.
Based on "The Talisman," Sir Waller Scott's story so familiar to hook
beers iln- world over, "Richard, ihe
Lion-Hearted" has a iwo point appeal,
for i hose who seek entertainment
alone, it unfolds a storj of compelling
Interest, in lavish sellings thai are a
oiic. of constant dollght, for students of history or literature, it is a
faithful representation ol the life ol
'In period in which il was laid. In
it;- many beautiful Bi I lies lien- i a
wealth of antiques for which ihe mus
emus of iwo continents wen- drawn
upon.
The greal King Richard's Third
Crusade, by which I"- sought to recover the -Holy Land and Ihe Holy Sepulchre from ihe Saracens, was one of
constanl adventure ami iis absorbing
Hot j ha:; been transferred to Hie silver shell   with  remarkable success.
News of Inleresl lo movie fans, is
the announcement by the Strand management of Ihe booking of Jackie
Coogan's latesl picture lo he shown
shortly. As Tobj Tyler, lie make,, a
thrilling escape from an Irate uncle
beui on whipping him in "Circus
Days," the first National picture.
When Tob) accldently breaks a window the uncle pursues him Into a barn.
Up Into ihe loll gees Toby and OUI
with a flying leap into space, landing
on a mound of haj on a passing wag
on. Into Ihe hay burrows Toby and,
thus conoealed, hw rides on to     tb.«
When "Zaza," the greal. French play
was produced in Paris some twenty-
five years ago, and which was the
starring vehicle for Madame Rejane,
il was believed by many critics that il
would be impossible for any American
actress to portray that arduous role
as arlislically as tho actress named,
but these critics were in error as the
evidence showed. The play was for
many years a reigning success on the
American stage with many notable
actresses in Ihe title role.
The picturization of ibis charming
[day by Paramount wiih beautiful
Gloria Swanson in the title role Is
said by many to be a far mote power-
I fui characterization than has ever
been seen on ihe American stage or
screen. In this splendid picturization,
which will be shown at the Capitol
Theatre next week, Miss Swanson relies entirely upon ihe power of pantomimic an in which Ihe French always ha\e been adepls, but those who
have seen the great screen artist in
her wonderful emotional Inlerpreta-
lions, in which she has appeared for
several years, will he tin- ftrsl to declare thai Miss Swanson is Ihe only
American screen star who vests the
role of "Zaza" with a power never
heretofore witnessed in silent drama
productions.
ROBERTSON'S
GROCERY
TRY  ROBERTSON'S GOOD TEA
50c and 60c per lb.
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C.    F.    MYERS
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Church, South Vancouver
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Pupils prepared for Examinations
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
PIANOS  TUNED  and   REPAIRED
First Class Work
:fi52 QUEBEC ST. Fair. 1833Y
Reynold'sMotorCartage
Haulage Contractors
Fireproff Storage,    Furniture and
Piano   Moving—Padded  Vanf"
Packing and  Shipping,  Express
and Baggage
527 Dunsmuir Street
Phone  Sey.  1036
Res. Phone:  R. Wilkinson, Fra. 25JR
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G. H.  Batcheler-L. J. Armstrong
Estate   Agents   Notary   Public
Fire  and   Plate  Class
Insurance a Specialty
5704 Fraser St., Fra. 107
Seulh Hiil Sheet Metal Works
FURNACE WORK
EAVE  TROUGHING
GENERAL   TINSMITHING
Corner Fraser and 51st Ave.
Phone  Fraser  287
FRESH KILLED MEATS
Attractive Prices
H .     M O T T
5909 Fraser St.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
FOR USED FURNITURE
AND STOVES
Empire Furniture Co.
4242 Main St. Fair. 3140
The   support   provided    for    Miss;____
Swanson in ihis play, headed by II
ii. Warner, is exceptional!) praise
worthy, each role being in Ihe hands
oi aii artist, The photopla) was
splendidly   produced   by   Allan   liwan
"Wonderful Indeed is the
power ol the voice."
—Cicero.
I in- power of the voice is the
success of the telephone. Ii was
in lie- endeavour to transmit
sound ihai the telephone was
Invented, and the great factor of
iis developmenl into an article
of very common use is that di
reel conversation may be car-
■  ried on.
Because it enables one's per
sonality to be sent, is the reason
thai ihe telephone promoti
friendships and Intimacy, ami
brings about, closer relations lie
tween those in business. The
pleasure of hearing the voice
you know makes long distance
ihe casual practice of every one.
BRITISH    COLUMBIA    TELEPHONE
COMPANY
FOR SALE
or Exchange
for Vancouver property
Two   quarter   sections   near
Saskatchewan
Good home in besl pi, t ol Saska
Lang,
Ten   acre   market   gorden   2   mites
from   Winnipeg;    in    h|B|,   .Mate   Of
cultivation.    Comfortable  house,  new
Btables,  etc.
Apply- 4601 Main St.
Phone Fair. 5020
;""' I" I'uini ol direction and photography, as well as sterling portrayals
it ranks as a masterpiece of the
screen.
There will bo ihe UBUal added fea-
lures, musically ami otherwise, which
arc always popular wiih CapllOl Theatre goers ami a high class programme
will be the uidBr ol thg week, I n
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Annual Early
Winter SALE
4185-4193
Main St.
Cor. 26th Ave.
OUR ANNUAL EARLY WINTER SALE COMES AT A TIME WHEN YOU ARE MOST NEEDING WINTER CLOTHING. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A GREAT SAVING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY BY PURCHASING AT THIS SALE. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF ALL LINES WIIL GO IN THIS SALE AT PRICES REGARDLESS
OF COST. WE CANNOT START TO TELL YOU ON THIS PAGE WHAT WE HAVE BUT HERE ARE JUST A FEW
OF THE MANY BARGAINS GOING AT THIS STORE THAT IS BECOMING A BYWORD FOR ITS LOW PRICES
AND GOOD QUALITY.
PRINTS
400 Yards of Beautiful Colored Prints from the very best
mills.    A quality we guarantee   will   hold   the color.    A
good variety to choose from;  to go out at less than the
mill price.    This price is unequalled in the city.      ■« p
Reg. 25c.   Sale Price   IDC
65c
SILK   STOCKINGS
240  Pair of Ladies' Silk Stockings to go out at this sale at less
than cost price.    We  have too many pair that's the reason.    All
colors and all sizes.    But at this price shop early.
Regular $1.15.    Sale Price 	
9—4   UNBLEACHED   SHEETING
81 inches wide, an excellent quality heavy Sheeting, one we can
recommend to you and will thicken in the wash. There is only
two bolts of this so shop early. RQtg*
Reg. 98c.   Sale Price  0«f C
MEN'S   SHIRTS
96 Men's Shirts in Blue Chambray, Black Sateen, etc. All sizeB
to go out at a cut price. These shirts were never made to sell
for the price we sell to you. The quality is the best. QS/»
Reg. $1.59.    Sale  Price  «FOC
WHITE   LONGCLOTH
160 Yards of a  beautiful quality  White   Long  Cloth.    This  is  an
excellent heavy quality.    36 Inches, no dressing, suitable for many
purposes.
Reg. 29c.   Sale Price -	
SCRIM
120 Y-rds of Double Bordered Ivory Scrim. This has a handsome
drawn border and a real good quality; unbeatable for washing.
Always hangs well; 36 inches wide. 1 Q
Reg. 27c.   Sale Price    1JJC
19c
CRETONNES
400 Yards of some of the finest Cretonnes you cou'd wish to buy.
Many of these are from the leading English mills. Ihe most up-to-
date designs and colourings, from v1 in. to 3 6in. wide, and each
color will stand the test of sun and washing. CQ«
Values run from 75c to $1.00   DSfC
BABIES'   RUBBER   PANTS
72 Rubber Pants to go out at a great money saving to you. This
Rubber Pant is very strong and durable and we can thoroughly
recommend them to you. OQ
Reg. 55c.    Sale  Price   tt&Z
LADIES'   DRESSES
35 Dresses to suit the most exacting atste; and all sizes, in beautiful prints that are absolutely fast colors. This price is lower than
the manufacturers' cost, and the price cannot be equalled. Various
styles to choose from. Qfi/»
Reg. $1.75.    Sale Price   JJOC
SILK  LISLE   STOCKINGS
The entire stock of our Silk Lisle Stockings to go out at this sacri-
flc sale at practically Half Price. This is your gain and our loss.
Every pair is guaranteed.    All colors and all sozes. QQ*»
Reg. 65c.    Sale Price  d«f C
COLORED   TURKISH   TOWELS
Here  is an opportunity to purchase a   good   size
Turkish "I uwel at a great reduction.
Reg. $1.25.    Sale  Price  	
heavy   Colored
89c
D.    &   A.   CORSETS
50 ladies only can purchase a Corset made by the leading corset
manufacturer in Canada, the most popular because of its comfort
and style, and here is one of the many styles we have greatly
reduced.    Any Size. net
Reg. $1.75.    Sale Price  "OC
BABIES'   SOCKS
English All Wool Socks for Baby;  1st and 2nd size, in nn
cream only.    Sale Price   UuZ
BABY   VESTS
"Moodie's" celebrated Baby Vests in three different sizes all to go
out at one price, a beautiful soft finish. op
Sale  Price  ») JC
UMBRELLAS
12 only Ladies' Ring Handled Umbrellas; excellent quality; selvege
edge; cloth mounted on a frame that will stand for the heavy strain
of weather. rf»«   np
Reg. $2.50.    Sale Price     «P 1. / I)
CRETONNES
200 yards and a very good assortment of well chosen colors and
designs;   width  36 to  38  inches;   absolutely fast colors.    Suitable
for curtains, split, comforters, dresses and numerous other     Of"
purposes.    Sale Price  ODC
57   INCH   ENGLISH   HOMESPUN
3 bolts in a beautiful Colored Homespun; and the width is
exceptionally wide. Only half the amount of goods of this
width is required . A pure wool, extra heavy quality.
Shop early for this. d*1   OJ"
Reg. $1.95.    Sale Price  -      «Pl.*.D
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELETTE
275 yards of White and Colored Flannelette to go on sale at a great
reduction.    Stop and think; this is not out-of-season merchandise;
it is what you absolutely need this time of year..   Here is      | A
your chance.    Reg. 25c.    Sale Price  1«/C
GINGHAM   ALLOVER   APRONS
Just 24 of these pretty Aprons in a variety of colors, and they go
on at a fraction of their real value.   All sizes to choose from, op
Reg. $1.65.    Sale Price   OOZ
72   INCH   BLEACHED   DAMASK
1  bolt of Table Damask, 72 inches wide, bleached, with a beautiful
design  and  handsome border. d»i   nn
This material is worth $1.85.    Sale Price   Jpl.&tJ
CHILDREN'S   STOCKINGS
100 pair of Black Stockings and in this assortment are values to
50c a pair, and there are heavy rib and fine rib, and we OC_
make one price;   pair  ttOZ
42   INCH    ENGLISH   BLUE   SERGE
75 yards of this beautiful quality English  Navy Blue Serge, 42 in.
wide  and  guaranteed  absolutely  pure  wool:   a  wonderful  quality
for giving lasting service.   This material was sold at $1.85.    QP
To Clear;  Yard  tfwZ
EXTRA   HEAVY   TOWELLING^"
Extra  Heavy Roller Towelling;  very heavy quality.    This quality
cannot be equalled under 45c. 9C/»
To Clear  cLuZ
LADIES'
GLOVES
A sh
pment
direct
from Paris
has
arrived late
in the sen
son.
These
have
qot
to  be
sold
reyardless  of cost.    A      1
beautiful   se
lection
of
Chamoisettt
Gloves
va
iles   up   to
$3.00.
All
;olors;
all
sizes.
65c
TO
$1.25
LADIES'   CASHMERE    HOSE
Cashmere Wool Hose in black only. An extra heavy quality with
large tops.   Sizes 8J/2 to 10. 70/»
Sale Price    I if C
COLORED   TURKISH   TOWELS
4 dozen extra large Turkish Towels will be offered at this sale at
a price that will warrant early shopping.    You cannot afford to be
without a pair of these splendid Towels at such a price.       nn
Regular $1.25.    Sale Price;   Pair  35C
HERRINGBONE   TICKING
This is a featherproof quality and romes 33 inches wide; one
of the strongest tickings possible to buy. We can recommend it
for hard wear, for matresses and pillows. AKt*
Sale  Price;   Yard   "tOC
D.   &   A.   BRASSIERES
50 pairs of D. & A. Brassieres. You can depend on this quality for
giving you service and being up to the minute in style. This particular line we make a leader of in this sale at practically half-
Price. AQ
Reg. 95c.    Sale  Price   t%/\.
BOYS'   SWEATERS
This is a "Universal"; and in saying this it is good enough recommendation to the public. You all know it for its excellent quality.
We have about 4 dozen and they come in Navy, Red, Grey, Brown,
Oxford, Heather and various stripes. All sizes and all
one price.    Sale Price 	
$1.65
MEN'S   WOOL   HOSE
200 pair of Men's Grey Wool Hose.    A heavy quality. This
quality is worth just twice what we will mark them. Come
and get your winter supply of these at half-price,    op
Sale Price;  Pair   LoZ.
MEN'S   LEATHER   GLOVES
50  pair of  Men's  Leather Gloves.    This  is a  well  finished, hard-
wearing glove and will give satisfaction. yip
Reg. 59c.    Sale  Price -  *rDC
MEN'S   SOCKS
75 pair of extra Heavy All Wool Heather Mixture Hose in different
Heather shades and all sizes.    They go out at a sacrifice.    An
Sale Price;   Pair  ^"C
MEN'S   SHIRTS   AND   DRAWERS
100 pieces in all, and they go out at practically cost.   This garment
is the celebrated Penman's 79; and we give you an opportunity of
purchasing just 100 pieces at this price.   Shirts and drawers nn
to match.    Sale Price;   Each  t/OC
MEN'S   SOCKS
150 pair of this particular Hose to go out at a great saving to you.
This is one we can recommend for its great durability; black and
brown; all sizes. np
Sale   Price;   Pair   LOZ
LADIES'   VESTS
Zimmerknit  Vests and  others.    An  excellent quality. or*
Sale   Price  OOC
TRAVELER'S   SAMPLES
A table full of Traveller's Samples; all kinds of v rious
Hosiery and Underwear for ladies and children, m Jdies,
dresses and other articles at price \z their reg tar ./hole-
sale cost. Some of these goods are slightly so.led. Our
advice to you is—coem early and get the choice.
FLEECE   LINED   BLOOMERS
75 pair of this extra heavy Fleece Lined B'c  .ners;  in white, pink
or natural.    Small, medium and  large size:. Qfi/»
Sale Price  -  5IOC
LADIES'   COMBINATION:!
Zimmerknit quality, shoulder starp, knee length, herwy      (Jj-i   £p
quality.    Reg. $1.98.    Sale  Price     «J)1.0D
CHILDREN'S   WAISTS
Fleece  Lined and extra heavy:   In white   or   natural.     The best
quality. CC
All Sizes.    Sale Price   <JJt-
CHILDREN'S   BLOOMERS
Winter  Flannelette   Bloomers;   heavy quality, well  made;   sizes 2
to 12 years; all one price. AKf
Sale Price;  Pair   "*OC
GLASS   CLOTH
Just arived from   England;   a good quality glass cloth;   23 inches
ic
Reg. 50c yard.    Sale Price
Sale Price
wide.    This is an extra wide width, and part linen. QC.
SHIRTING
100 yards of extra heavy Blue Chambray Shirting. Either plain
blue or blue with white stripe. 33 inches wide. Absolutely fast
color.    This cloth is a wonder for great durability. QC/»
WHITE   FLANNELETTE
3 bolts of 36 inch wide White Heavy Flannelette. A bzeautiful soft
quality. Come and secure your wants now at this low A-i nn
sale price.    3 yards for  ..-     «Jjl.Ul/
PILLOW   SLIPS
72 pair Pillow Slips; 42 inches wide and very well made. A real
good quality. RO/»
Sale Price;  Pair  DtfC
ENGLISH    HOMESPUN
Here is your chance to buy a Pure Wool Homespun, 42 inches wide;
different colors to choose from.
At a  great sacrifice  	
LADIES'   FLEECE  LINED  HOSE
A beautiful Fleece Lined  Black Hose in all    sizes.    Extra    good
 45c
95c
Reg. 65c.    Sale Price 	
MEN'S   GREY   WOOL   SHIRTS
This is a wonder for hard wear and is a color that will not show the
soil and is exceptionally easy to wash. A good warm Ao op
wool shirt at a great reduction   «J)fa.irfJ
"ARROW"   DRESS   SHIRTS
Any Shirt that has an "Aroow" label is good; in fact they are the
best. We have a line of Shirts to suit all. A variety of (t»-| op
colors and stripes.    Reg. $2.25, $2.50   JJJl.OD
"PURPLE   HEATHER   WOOL"
72 Ibs. of this celebrated Baldwin's 4-ply Wool in plain (t»o QP
colors and mixtures.    15c oz.. or, per tb. $£itQD
LADIES'   AND   MISSES   BELTS
75 Belts to choose from amongst them are Red, White, Black,
Patent and Real Leather Belts in reversible, etc. 1Q/»
Reg. to 49c.    Sale Price    I9C
JAZZ   CAPS
100 Jazz Caps in a very large variety of Mixed Colars to choose
from.    Pure wool. "1 P
All one price   1 «JC
LADIES'   WINTER   UNDERWEAR
All lines of Winter Underwear are marked at figures that will
demand early shopping. Your opportunity is now, while these exceptional  low prices  prevail.
BOYS' HEAVY WOOL HOSE
This is without a doubt the  lowest price we  have ever offered a
boys Pure Wool Hose of this quality.    All sizes, 6 to 11.      /»p
Reg. to 95c.   Sale Price   00 C
FLANNELETTE   BLANKETS
The largest size and the very best quality. 12x4; white <J>Q or
or grey.    Pair   tyOtCid
UNBLEACHED COTTON
125 yards of Unbleached Cotton to go on sale at a price
we venture to say cannot be equalled anywhere in the
city today. It is less than cost. This is your chance to buy
it will not be repeated. -i j«
Reg. 25c.   Sale Price    1.JC

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