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SAILINGS
FROM SAINT JOHN
To Liverpool
"•Jan. 21       Marloch
Feb.   4 _,. .  Montrose
•Feb. 11        Metagama
* *Feb. 19    .-...■    Montnalrn
Feb. 25     Montclare
*Mar. 4       Montrose
#Vla Belfast. **Vla Greenock.
Vo   Clierbourg-Southainptoa-
Antwerp
ran. 27. Mar. 2    Melita
■
To Antwerp
Feb. 28         Marloch      ,
Har. 10   .    Marburn
WINTER
CRUISES
Mediterranean
...     ten   1.
West  Indies
Jan.   -U
and _ _t>.  2 a
Apply to Agents everywhere or
J. J. FORSrER, Gen. Agt.,
C.P.R. Station, Vancouver,
Telephone Seymour 2630,
Can, Pac. Ry.,
Traffic Agents.
 rOMernxK xo <e^
5
L & Pat Off.; Copyri«»t. 192?,_t.y 'Tbe_ Chicag* Tribm*
CHARGES ME i
DENIED HERE
vt    n i       i       r»   t la   _
 Victoria's
Crystal Garden
Carnival
The opening of the magnificent
$350,000   Crystal   Gardens   and
Swimming Pool
Crowning of the Carnival Queen.
Great Ivanhoe Pageant
—300   People
Grand Ball and Public Dances.
Swimming  Gala with  Champion Swimmers  of
the Continent competing
MONSTER STREET PARADE ON DOMINION
DAY (JULY 1)
International Baseball and Lacrosse
25  SPECTACULAR   EVENTS
Special Excursion Rates
STim   c
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 T"'.'f
I guessed what you might do finding him  there. These weeks  to me,
, ,Nora Leel    The silence—the fears—-
"i   had  to   end   them;   had   to   learn.
An hour ago I went to him."
"You went to Dane?"
 "I went to him.    Oh, the look on
■Ms   face   when   he   saw   me!"     She
'   etfvered hers.     "There  was a  letter
,  1. wrote.    That letter!    You   saw it?
1 know you saw it.    I guessed that.
lr too, can. guess.    And now I know
tho   harm—the   awfulness    of    the
t'hfng I  tried  to  do—"
"TRIED to  do,  Natalie?"
Then Natalie came up and looked
• with stark, brave eyes into Nora
Lee's face. She spoke in a desperate, heart piercing quiet. "Yes—■
TRIED to do. I was mad enough
.to dream there was a chance that
. Ire, would hear me. Mad enough to
hope.     He  had  to  come   that  night
■ to get the checks. First I was
"going to follow him south. Then. 1
tricked him into missing the
train—"
. A look of reluctance and horror
crept into her eyes.  She winced as
■ one pushed protesting and defenseless down the gamut of all living
'pain.     "Kept   h.lm   from   the   train,
^vNora Lee. But gained no hold on
his heart. He pitied me, but not
enough! Oh, yes, he said it gently
as, of course, he would—"
... ..she opened her hands—small, melodious hands and smiled in a way
that made Nora Lee tremble. "I
guppose I am rather pitiable! I am
going away. I take nothing that
was yours, Nora Dee. I TRIED to.
And failed. It is the one thing now
I can be glad about. I didn't rob
him of the child he has—"
The   .mile   on   her   colorless   lips
. faded.  She   turned   her  head,   made
a swift pass to the door. She paused
and, without looking back, extended
a pleading hand to Nora Lee.  "You
know  I   speak   the   truth.     If   your
. 1«T* is  one-tenth  what  mine  could
"be,   you'll   not   let  the   thing   I   did
hurt him!"
""'Nbfa Lee touched Natalie's hand
and, suddenly overcome, lowered her
head against it and sobbed.
* A smile went over Natalie's face.
She said eagerly: "You believe me?
It is enough!"
Her quick light steps echoed delicately; a wistful fragrance as of
mignonette drifted to Nora Dee's
senses. She caught a momentary
tflimpse of the pale, cameo-face as
Natalie sank In the tonneau of her
limousine.
"She stood in the center of the
room wiping tears from her eyes and
trembllns. Sonny came in and pulled
her' skirt. "Look—" His .lips quivered and he held out a grimy little
hand: "What do you fink of that?"
A big splinter was sticking under
his nail. Nora Lea dropped on her
5sn_?_, buried her face a moment
.gainst his tangled hair.
"Don't hurt—don't wanta be hurt,
muvver—"
She laughed and pulled it out
quickly and held him in eager, straining arms. He mumbled: "Not crying, muvver?    I'm tired—"
"Then sit here, Sonny. I'll sing to
you. No? I'll tell you a story then
—=a.dozen stores—sit here   .   .   "
She thought that her heart would
break If the child refused. She
listened as though it were the music
of   apgels    when    he    laughed,    and
said to Nora Lee: "I thought LU
handed me an awful jolt. But it wa
the best thing that ever happenc
Remember how angry I was'becau;
Mickey wanted me to have a chi]
that first year? I'd'have a doze
for him now. . .. ." Connie's ey«
had filled with dreaminess: "Que<
devils, aren't we? But I'm here j
say you don't know what life is t|
you have an ache or two. Too ba
poor old Billie didn't have the;
before it was too late. I'm thankf'
mine came in the beginning, or Gc
knows where I'd have landed 1
now!"
Nora Lee looked at Dane and in;
pulsively her hands sought his. SI
said, pleading: "You don't want i
come back to me, Dane?"
"I never went away, Nora Le
But you don't believe  that."
"Oh, I do . . . oh, you break m
heart   saying   it—"
"You   really  believe',   Nora  Lee'
"Oh,  as  soon as you  left me  arl
went and sat all night in the livin
room  I   could   have   died  with   so:
row—you   don't   know.   .   .   ."
"But you've seemed so awful]
unhappy . . . not only these week
Nora Lee, but for a long time."
"Yes," she murmured brokenl;
"because I knew that I was losin
you."
"Don't say that—"
"I mean that we were growin
apart. And I didn't know what t
do—not what to do! Oh, Dane,
g-irl is awfully helpless today. Or
girl against the whole mob! I thin
how I started out; how ready I v/t
to fight, even to suffer, then ho
I went down in the whirlpool &
gadding and spending and idlin.
It's terrible to see all the brigh
eager things in yourself dying—
"I let you do that, Nora Lee*. Vt
thought a few things, too. If yc
failed—but you didn't at all—tl
fault was mine." He went on wil
the old boyish earnestness, stun
bling because he found it so hai
to speak his emotions. Yet.he coj
tinued, and this filled her with
joy  that  hurt.
"I've thought what a rum spo
I was that I didn't keep nearer
you; that I didn't make you con!
along, even if you didn't want t
But you did, of course! That's wh!
we promised to do. That's wh:
companionship ought to mean . .
bring out the test in the other fd
low. If I did that to you, and
you did it to me,' we couldn't til
of each  other—could we—?"
"Ah, but most of us are too la_
or too blind to loke like that—.y\
don't want the trouble of goadiil
each other; we're too cheap to w
the beauty of a life-long dev.
tion.  ..."
"Are   we,   Nora  Lee?     Don't   yd
think   we   see   enough   to   make
go  of  it   now?"
She put her hands swiftly ov
her face: "If you would kiss m
Dane! Oh, if you care for me th:
much!"
"I do, Nora Lee—"
A thing in his voice startled he
She glanced upward and found hi
dark eyes swimming. They we
filled with tenderness. He sa
softly: "I won't fail again, Norry-
I  hope.     Want  to  trust  me?"
"Dane—can't  I?    Oh,   to   the   er
now—to   the   end  of  life.    Can  I
"Yes—I   think, you   can."
IBB END
 UMIOM STEAMSHIPS
Regular Sailings to All Northern British Columbia Ports
SS. VEKTOBE—TOT3SBAY 9 p.m.
For Silvers Inlet, Ocean Falls, Surf Inlet and BeUj. Coola
Via  Powell  River,  Reld.Bay,  Englewood,  Alert Bay  and  way  pointB.
SS.  OAEDEHA-FB1BAY,  9 p.m.
For Prince Rupert, Anyox and Stewart via way points
For reservations and further information phone Sey. 306. Ticket Agent,
Union Dock, or Sey. 654, Thos. Cook &Son, 723  Georgia West.
HAROLD BROWN, General Manager.
 nrooBEsaro iu_.il
ON GOVERNMENT SIDE
Forke   Indicates   Desire   of
His Followers—Ginger
Group Silent.
OTTAWA, Dec. ■ 16.—When the fifteenth ■ Parliament opens in January
next,   thc     Progressive   members   will
approximately   .10/;   per  cen
Boards of Trade
Hear Address Or.
Lrnnber Industry
Before   ,t   meeting   of   the   BcAi      of
Trade  at   noon,   attended   by
tatives   of   the    Bo_.dS    of    '1      .:
North Vancouver,     South     Vancouver,
Point Grey and New Westminster, Mr.
II.   11.   McMillan   delivered  a  thought-I
fu!  address  on   the  general  outlook  of
the  lumber export business.
He emphasized his contention that
the present, development of the lumber
business would continue at an inerea .-
_L_.G_1 ate   ajul   ih:if_^a   n_______J"   uu.
 SAILINGS
TO EUROPE
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
Christmas  Sailings  from  St.  John
Dec.   23—Montnalrri   to  Liverpool.
From St. John
Vo Iitverpool
.Tan. 1, Jan. 29 Montrose
Jan.  8. Feb.  5   ......... .: Metagama
Jan.  15, Feb.   ^2    Montcalm
Feb.   19, Mar.   19  . •,    Montclare
Xo  Iitverpool  via  (.reenoofc
Jan. 22  ....,'   Montoalrn
To  Cherbeuro-Southam.ton-Antwerp
Feb.   17,  Mar.   18  .   Marloch
April  15    Meats
West   Indies   Cruises
Jan. .28, Mar.  1, From Uew York   ....   M0B'rWal
Mediterranean Oralse   ;
Feb. 9, From.,New York Empress of France
eryjrjiere
Gen, Agt
3fanc,ouver
 finger group in the last Housed !^x^
pressed the opinion that the ginger
group,   -\yhich   had     functioned     as     a
I wing of the Progressive parti", had ac-
eoiTiplishc .i what was .thou required
of it, arid would probably not b*..  seen
1   as a group iil the next House.
i
B.C.E1 DIVIDEND
E AS F
Two and One-half Per Cent.
On Common and About
Four on Preferred Stock.
(By Cable to The Province.)
LONDON, Dec. 16.—Thc earnings of
the British Columbia J_Hectric Railway
Company, including ' the interest on
dividends received and r-eceivable,
after  making  provision   for  the  $,epre-
plus
'enowals.
.   deben-
)f £is_i,-
£60,470
eiation, sinking fui
was £54 I,".2!i. loss i
tur.es   and   debenture.
brought   in.
The final dividend
ordinary ptock watf
per annum, tax i'rec
the deferred ordinary- stock was £4 2s
6d, tax free, .with a carry forward of
J:60.8'j^.    Tlfose dividends are elie same
on the preferred
2 9's 3d per cent.
..The dividend  on
 FanadianPatifi-
M   Sailinqs
Europe
FROM MONTREAL
TO LIVERPOOL
•Aug. 17, ,*Sept. 14 . Montclare
Aug. 24,   Sept. 21 .. Duchess of Atholl
•Aug. 31, 'Sept. 28 Montcalm
Sept. 7, Oct. 6 ... Duchess ol Bedford
• Via Glasgow
TO BELFAST-GLASGOW
Aug. 23, Sept. 20 .'.. Melita
Sept; 6, Oct. 4 ............. Mlnnedosa
TO   CHEHBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON-
ANTWERP
Aug. 15, Sept. 12 Metagama
Aug. 29, Sept. 26 Montrose
FROM QUEBEC
TO  CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON
Aug. 15, Sept. 5 .. Empress ol Scotland
Aug. 22, Sept. 12..Empress of Australia'
Aug. 29, Sept. 19 ... Empress of France
TO   CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON-
HAMBURG
Aug. 18, Sept. 15  .Montroyal
Sept.   1, Sept. 29   Montnalm
Apply to Agents everywhere or
J.   J.   FOESTER,
SS.   General  Pass.   Agent,
C.   P.   R.   Station,   Vancouver.
Telephone  Seymour  -630.
WORLD'S GREATESTW-RAVE- SYSTEM
 Admission, Including Tax
75^, $1.00, $1.50
J
TOBACCO
fhed
xzcco thai is used ._>•
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 DAY TRIPS AND WEEK-END OUTINGS
SPECIAL
FARE
$1.00
RETURN
SAT.   TO
MON.  A.M.
BOWEN ISLAND
SATURDAY—9 a.m., 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Returning from Bowen Island, 6 p.m. and 10:45 p.m.
Saturday Evening, Dance at the Pavilion
Percy Lee's Country Club Orchestra.
SUNDAY—10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Returning from Bowen Island, 6 p.m. and 9:15 pjn.
(Also Monday, 6:45 a.m.)
DELIGHTFUL ALL-DAY CRUISES
SUNDAY, AUGUST 5TH
Day Trip
to
Sechelt
Squamish
Seaside   Pk.
and
intermediate
points
$1.50
Round Trip
to
Buccaneer
Bay
Pender
Harbor
$2.05
SUNNY SECHELT and the Gulf Coast
LADY CECJLIA—9:30 A.M.
Calling at points to Buccaneer Bay and Pender Harbor.
Returning leave  Sechelt,  6:15  p.m.,  arriving back  at
9:30 p.m.
Sechelt Hotel has splendid accommodation, overlooking the sunny beach.    Visit the delightful tea-room.
Several   hours   ashore—with   all   picnic   and   bathing
facilitSies.
Saturday Evening Dance at Sechelt Pavilion
9 p.m.-
-12 midnight, Percy Lee's Orchestra,
"The Sea-Shelters"
SQUAMISH via BRITANNIA
LADY CYNTHIA—9:30 A.M.
A delightful run to the head of beautiful Howe Sound
—Vancouver's   glorious  inland  sea.
(Also  connecting with P.G.E.  Rail-Trip to Rainbow).
Returning leave  Squamish  0  p.m.',  back at 9:15-p.m.
SEASIDE PARK—WEST HOWE SOUND
LADY EVELYN—10 A.M.
Calling at  Gibson's,  Grantham's and  way points.
Returning lv. Seaside Park 5:30 p.m., back at 9:15 p.m.
All Meals  and Refreshments  Obtainable  on  Board  Steamers
Full  Information  and Tickets  at
City Office, 533 Granville;  Sey.  9331.     Union Dock,  Foot Carrall;  Sey.  306
 .Manners rerfect... *
but skin... half clean...
IF only someone had told him
— Pore-dirt hides in every
face!
For the air you live in swims
with millions of tiny specks of
sooty gray. These specks float,
onto your skin. ..get
worked down under it
...where surface washing cannot budge it.!
Here's the proof:
After a shave tonight scoop a 'fineer-
ful of pink Pompeian Massage
Cream from the jar. Rub it into
your skin. Massage until the
cream rolls out in dried pellets.
Notice those pellets are actually gray with pore-dirt now.(
rolled free!
Now look into the
mirror! Some difference! Fresh... wonderfully clean. A face to
make her say,"My! But
vouldokwell tonight!"
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FROM VICTORIA
SS. RUTH ALEXANDER
11 p.m. Nov. 19
1 SS. EMMA ALEXANDER
11 p.m. Nov. 26
FROM SEATTLE
SS. ADMIRAL DEWEY
5 p.m., Nov. 23
SS. ADMIRAL SCHLEY
5 p.m., Nov. 30
Information  and Tlcfeets
605 Hastings Street   Was.
Phone Sey. 4.5
SAILING^
TO EUROPE
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
Christatas Sailings  from  St. John
J.eo.      5—;Mo_trose to Liverpool.
Dec.   10—Melita    to    Cherbourg-Southampton-Ant-
werp.
Boo.   11—Metagama   to  Liverpool.
Dec.   16—Montclftre to Liverpool.
Dec.  23—Montnatrn to Liverpool.
From St. John
To  Liverpool
Jan.     1  Jan.   29    Montrose
Jan.     8   Feb      5     Metagama
Jan    15  Feb.   12     Montcalm
J-eb.   19   Mar.   19  Montclare
To   Liverpool  via  Greenock
Jan.  22 Montnatrn
To  Cherbourg-Southampton-Antwerp
Jan. 28  Feb.  25 Mlnnedosa
West   Indies   Cruises
fan. 28  Mar.     1—.From New Tor.      .    .Montroyal
Mediterranean Cruise
9—From New York Empress of Francp
ITeb.
Aptly to Agents everywhere or
J. J. FORSTER, Gen. Agt.,
C.P.R. Station, Vancouver,
Telephone Seymour 2630,
Can, Pac. Ry.,
Traffic Agents.
Negotiate.
Strike V
SCRANTON, Pa., x
sentativeK of the boaix
and boards of trad© of
in the anthracite coal be\
invited to attend a confer.,
held here next Thursday in .
effort to bring about the resits
of negotiations between the stri.
anthracite miners and the operat
It ..is hoped that if the meeting succeeds, production of coal will be re
snmed  shortly.
SEA-TRAIN-CAR
SICKNESS
The nausea of travel stopped at
once. No other remedy has ever received such glowing spontaneous testimonials of unfailing effectiveness
Its use means relief and comfort.
75c. & $1,50 at Drug Stores
3 or direct on receipt of Price
The Mtfiherslll Remedy Co.,  Montreal
«B_£n
C.  G.  M_  M.
_,IHIITE_>
Sailing, from Vancouver:
SS. Canadian  Inventor tor Halifax
    Nov.  20
SS. Canadian Freighter for Avon-
mouth.    Liverpool    ana    Glasgow
  Nov   25
SS.   Canadian   Ranger   for   London
and Antwerp   Dec 10
A vessel each Saturday for
California ports.
Sailings for Vancouver,
SS.  Canadian  Seigneur from  Montreal     Nov.   14
SS. Canadian Highlander from
United  Kingdom    Nov.  28
A vessel each  Saturday  from San
Francisco. Cal.
Canadian Government Merchant
Marine limited
105 C.N.R. Depot. Sey. 8.20.
UNION STEAMSHIPS
SS. CARDENA
Sails From Union Dock
Every FRIDAY at 9 P.M.
For   FRX-TCB   RUPERT,   ASYOX   and   STEWART   via   Alert   Bay,
Englewood, Fort Hardy, Alioe Arm, AND WAY POINTS.
For Reservations and further information phone Sey. 306, Ticket Agent,
Union Dock, or Sey.   654,  Thos. Cofk & Son, Agents,  723  Georgia W.
HAROLD BROWN, General Manager,
 «•
KABLE KORD
GUARANTEED
UNBREAKABLE'
buttonholes
Tour dealer is authorized to give you a
New Colter if any KABLE KORD 5 J
Buttonhole Breaks
 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1925.
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen has
been imitated and emulated but it
has never been duplicated.
Only two movements are required to fill a
"Waterman's—pull out the lever and push it
back. When the pen is filled it automatically
locks. This is just one of the good feature-
that add to Waterman's popularity. Ask us
to tell you about the Waterman spoon-feed.
«2.75
s:_.oo
S4.00 9 4.50
TfcQMnw&
r»* MOST °* the BEST, rt«-*«■_ LEAST
SOO Granville, sey. T" *-*8   Granville.   Sey.   S787
Hastlms and Carrall. Sey. 116 197   Hastings   E.,  Srv-   31"
""""" 600 Cordova  W., Sey.  1433
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Finance, SfocKs; "i
MOTOR ISSUES
Fl
Rallying   Tendency   Shown
Towards Close of
Market.
CLOSE WAS STRONG
NEW YORK, Nov. 19.—Stock prices
made brisk recovery from recent weakness under th© leadership of the railroad shares In today's market.
While uneasiness over money rates
was reflected In the reduced volume
of trading, the failure of the Bank of
England to raise Its rate today was
generally construed as an Indication
that the expected increase in the New
York federal reserve rate would not
some  this  week.
Ralls were under Steady accumulation, over thirty Issues being lifted
I io 4 points above last night's closing quotations before the end of the
third hour.
Heavy profit-taking forced the
motors back sharply and a number of
>th_r industrials also displayed sympathetic weakness. Chrysler went
lown to 135 1-2, Mack Truck to 217,
general Motors to 125 and Hudson to
>., these figures being from 1 to  4 1-2
! Vancouver and V
1 Wheat C.
I
I
Comparative prices   of Vancoi
the basis of today's quotations ai
No. i Northern 	
No. 2 Northern 	
No. 3 Northern  ..;.
No. 4 Wheat	
No. 5 Wheat 	
No. 6 Wheat 	
In addition to the wheat pren
to Vancouver must be taken into
shipping westward. That advanta
points in Alberta from 1 1-4 to 3
Italy Arranges for
$100,000,000 Loan
From U. S. Syndicate
NEW YORK, Nov. -19.—Italy Will obtain a long-term stabilization loan of
J10.,_00,000 from an American syndicate Including J. P. Morgan & Co., it
was announced at the Morgan offices
Wednesday.
The uses to which the loan will be
put are to be determined by the Italian Government. Subscription to the
loan will be opened Friday morning.
The house of Morgan and other
syndicate members are confident that
the   transaction   has   the  enthusiastic

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