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NO. W-r-SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH C OLUMBIA, FRIDAY, A PRIL le, 1926 



CfGHTONPMES 



NEW BUDGET SLASHES 
SUM OF $25,000,000 
FROM PEOPLE'S TAXES 



Income l ax Reduction to Be Hflective Immediatc- 
Iv- I wo-Ont Postage to He Kestoied on Domin- 
ion Day — laritt on Automobiles Cut — Receipts 

Tax to Be Wiped Out 



$22y353fi00 Surplus <h0r AU Services ^ 
Claimed by Optimistic Finance Minister 

OTTAWA. April 1?.— To loud Liberal applausr. H..n. J. A. Robb. 
Minister of l in.uice, today hrouj^lit doun :\ Imdget with tax 
reductions ^^hl(ll \\r rvtirn.itr.l .it l»X).(XM). His sfafnurnt, 

Mr. Robb cmpliasi/c(l, r' tict ted tlic proj>pcrity of Canaila. 

"I "-luniM not wij;li ;t . l.c uiirrred." he added, **th«t I ascribe all 

that lias bcrn ,ir!iir\ri| t^. t!ic i n t luciirc 'ni\rrnnirnf pri!i(-\- mi the 
devrlopmriit nt irur ciiiTi. niu i iitcrc^t.s . thuuyli 1 am ircc to admit 

that liad the trnid l>rrn iii .m ' pposite direction there are those who 
wotdd havr born r|UKk to lioid tiic Government policy reapbuibie." 



AToM CmmiUm WU 




DEAIH CALLS 
COLONS HAM 

■ ^ 

Noted Canadian Pacific Official 
Dies at Montreal in Seventy- 
Ninth Year— III Lighteen 
Months 



Wuni Ouhe 9i r^rk ] 
A9 KiHg of PoUutd 



'I .1 < ; ill! .sr r\ |i f M 
)f il <■ '>! I n ' "rn.' t .1 n 
r^rliii-Pil t>*nny powt rf-Mi. r<-,) i,ti I'.. 

mlttion Day; rtctlpU i»x wiped out . 
Uriff oa «atonobll«s'r«duc*d: BHtlah 
pr«(tt<ye» to a pply onfy to aoo<la 
oO'R^'vyaft^ 4Hvaot CanaAlBx povts 
wttli««t trMMriUpoMiit aft«r Jaavary 
1. t%%1', further exemptions In aJea 
tax. 

MInlNtrr Opt I inlsl li- 
Ml llotiN M .'i[)ff>i !i t. ■! ht'l I lil t.- 
■•f struri;; upl imiMi>. The "m 

Of rleprcAMion han been overcome.' hf 
exclaimed. "All ■tattaUeaJ eomplta- 
tioaa wkloh mirror tho yoar to year 
bMtBOM of Canada prora It, Canada 
t«day la 8toa41ly aro,«no« more proa- 
poreua; thero la leaa unemployment: 
th(! Influx of ■ettlerti lit Rrowlnx. »nit 

with i» lioiifful .Mpiiil fii.i ri i f i-.<»l I ii« II- 
.scir rhroiigltout Canada fioiii coast tu 

coHMi I'lM yoar o( ItXf la tMlliOf 

prumia'' 

.Item'-'ii.t Mr Uobb aat doWn. 
Hotf. Hush Uutlirio. Cfaaarvatlve. 
raM ta,o^ tha lMi4i«t 4a j Ni N. 

ifr. outhrta «aolaraa Oanaorvativr<« 

would welcon>e the radlMllon In In 

conic lax Kilt it shOWM havi- i i>mt> 
ihr>M' > • H I ■< .'iKd WiA udmlni-"! rut mil 
I'f xhf ('iMli>'iiN I r t III! nt li-rn vkh.4t 

I' hlioiilil tb'' t;i\ ' iitM would ti?i\o 
\'ffT\ niaili' \<',(rs ' ai'ii i .Mr. (Jijlhrl" 
doubted if U>'' I'lriHili.in automoltllr 
indoafry would ;thie to stand the 
cut In tlia tariCit. Xh« r««ii«Uott «Mbt 
moan a #tath bibw to tha Canadian 

Toeaday 

\ftof Mr. » lilt h ric !" .-iioc li I.'dSfrt 
Ki^rUr, I'ro({r»>*i!<lvc UmiIci. iiiMVfd an 
.1(1 louriini»>rit iif Ihn (It'tiH'r imlll Tnrs- 
i\n\ . whrn it will have the right or 

WhUa paaay post on lattars for 
aallvory ta Cann4a and tho VnMod 
atatao la raatorad aa from Dominion 
Say naat. thara wlU ba no obaata in 
tba praseot rataa oa pataarda and 

6fr>ft tettem. 

Til*" 1«T fn f'-'V^n.,- ■.ir^ls f'lrnirrly 
Si ami I..', a.-. .If, Jim; i,, \ihif of t ho 
Ca Tfln. I ir'( . . rti I h 10 i • i .1 »r 

Tho folli.wmg jirticlr.-. aio exempt 
from iirtlen Inx: 

Pot tMrley, pearl barley, split peae. 
all aharea. ,arttelaa for exhibition, 
carrlacaa fe^ travalara. travalafa* baa* 
Cacv> fealrlaoMa 

la JMa rev^ow of Dominion finances 
far tM ta*t flseal year. >fr. Robb an- 
aaunced : 

Continued on P«(r« 11 



V 

S 



Country Demanding 
Lower Auto Tariff 
De clareg Jk^jniMer 

OTTAWA, April i .. -In an 
nomelaa a reduction in 
automobilo taaaa, Flaanoo Mln- 
iiitar Hobb sutad that thara U 

^ pronoune«!d aantiment 
thrniiifhout Canada that th^ 

.iuti>rviofiU<> Indtintry enj<,y< 

nil ir [I r o! ; 1 1 . • I t h ^ ti I ■ II >■<■■ I ■■ 1 1 
•to m .1 1 R Iwi 1 1 > It ■Ml I I >• 1 M ' n 1 1 1 - . 
I'l 111 11 iiiiif I'li-'i.-- in 
etnc to that aentlnient. we have 

propoaed a dawKwafd, raad- 

Justntcnt^" 

Spaaklna of tha rotsra of 
penny paataaai tha Flaanc* 
MInlatar aald : *'Of ' tha taxes 

Imposed In 1915 under the spe- 

I lal War Revenue Act. none af- 

fi-, icl the poi.pli- MM.i,. Ml 11 
ihi> fiflv per rent ini ri.i.si' on 

lrtt»-i pof<l.iiK€' lA'Ty |>i'r."on 

ii^inK tli»» iio><i iirtlrc ha.M i miri 
Iniiril to ii):i! t.T.x. Tho Im- 
prov<'«1 cundltlona of our fi- 
nances enables us today to an- 
nounce that Canadtana thin 
year win celebrate ;^Domlnion 
Day by a return to two < fnts 
poaU|ra. or wl^it la popularly 
kaawtt aa* ' 



\ 



LOCAL DELEGATES 
00 TO CHARLESTON 



\ icToiiiA wii.i, ni-; uKPRi'.sr.vT- 

KU AT FOKKI(..N TK.\1>I>; CON- 

vnmoif ur myxm 



Wmrm in SeoUU 



■iA^WLK. April 15. — The temper- 
ature here was 73 early thla aflarnaan 
following the hottast April 14 fa tha 
history at tha waalhor baraaa in thla 

elty. 

Tower 




Friday, April Ji 



IMch 



Horn. T.^D. I^nllo. Who Wmu 
Vraad to Attend natherlnc^ VI 

It ImptMHlbh* In Go 



Thf> rity of Xn ioriu i-, to lio rrpre- 
Rwnted at tlip I iinvpntlon of tho 

National Forolsn Trade Coafarcnco 
wMah aiaats in Charloatan. 0. Caro- 
lina, towards tha end of this aaaath. 

A apecial committee of the Chamber 

of Conim^ri o I* now or.ilinj; m il], M > 
riue«tlf)n .ind l> ii .TK-nrrd th.i- ni 
lrJ^t lhr«'»' , | »■ 1 r c 1 1 '<i \\ lU i;o ^inm rt 

Tlirrr h;4.| lirei-' ,i hop». r X p ro^.-tf. I 
thit ih^ ^tl^l"lrr of I. .ill, I- Hon T. r>. 
rattiilln. Houhi hr- utile to be present, 
but thla seems now to ba Impossible. 
Tho.mlnlatar woald Uko to attaad for 
tho advaata«a It nrfcht ba la tha mat- 
tar of brlnflaa tho attantloa of tha 
ITnlted Btatas. •spootally th« Rtate of 

Florida, to th»» liniher to be ol>i lin.-.l 
here fur Ih" itrem luiUdin^ CHOipaiKn 

now 1 . n t 1 1 T I 

h h lpnsenu Made There 
Tho Provtnoa haa alraady auda 

shlpmant.it nr lumber to that State for 
ronstrurt loii purpoaen and there la 

not Im kiyi; «■ ni oii ){»• men ' In the 
il.rerii.iii thui ilirre ,i r<> further order^i 
("onilnije,! i.n I'skp - 



VOL. QKOmOK BAM 
Veteran aawapaparman. pubUdat 
and maatar of tho Canadian Paeiflc 
RaUvay. who dla^ tn Montreal thi« 
moralac'. 



TARIFF CUANOES 
DRAW CRITICISM 

' r I ■ ■ I 

Reductions Without Waiting 
for Advice of Newly-Created 
A^ ¥4♦^^^ -8ea«^' ^ewed 
Severely 

AUTO DUTY CUT CALLED 
BAD M.OW TO IMOUSTIiY 

ft f'lnent bfls iievenf;e on 
I liiMMo, Declaies Conserva- 
tive — Continuation of Indus- 
trial Instability Predicted 



(Special to 'I hi- Cii..!!.*!) 

OTTAWA, April 15.— "The popu 
larlty of Mr. Robb's budaoc 

(1. pen. lent on the redaction in th»" 
prill' of ;i Ford rar." wae the opinion 
< X pr>'s.-»e.l \ \ iiiof,! ,,f till' (»tta\v;i jioli 
tirt.triM tonitflit r.i-'lii'iion In imome 
lix, ill . ri'ii-' ir thf p..nliK- iriti- ttie 
|:?.T.OOU,()00 BUrplu« and the 1100.000,- 
(100 Increase In trade were all subor- 
<i Dated to the future value of Henry 
l ord's "Llxzle." Captains of the 
motor Indu.i^try nod of allied Indua- 
irleM hen tonlRht refused to make 
any I omrnent fin Ihi- tariff ri'dur-tinn*. 
hut they picet in Toronto tomorrow 

.ipii \Mii iNMue .i ataiamaat tallawlas 

the conference. 
Hon. James A. Robb waa able to 

prt-Mint an np'liniatlc budfOt. He 
I iaiins II Hui i>lu.s of $33,000,000, a re- 

itiirtion in till' tiitnonil ilihl of $ L' - 
UOd.uiMi. .1 ri'iliii ti.in 1 1 ix.itioii f.ir 
thl.-i .\fMr of $-J,', mi l Hini ;in mum-.im- 

In trade volume of over |)00,000,uou 
and a favorable trade balance of 
$4tO,OOM«a. . Another clnlm, yet to 
be sulMtaatlated, la that the Canadian 

National Ratlwayn rame within 
IT 000.000 of ineotlnK all expensca. 

hut Ihl8 wa.s (loiie l>v forRettinij over 
130.000 fioo inten "t i.wIiib to the Oov- 
crnment 

Auto Cuts lilxpcctcd 
It waa expected there would bo re- 
daottons In the automobiie dtttles as 

the ProKreasivea had been Insistent on 

I'll. .| MY-iiLii 'I'll make thl» re.l i. 
10.11 .11! Il ilie Tariff Advlaory r.n.iril 
iri;i;i'il mid without .i w:i It Iiir it.^ re- 
port, in beinc severely rrlti<:lsed. To 
Ontario Indnatry it la claimed a severe 
blow baa baaa atrach aa the Invest- 
ment M tha motor Indliatry la |ft,- 
000 onn and In allied Induatrlee par- 
tially dependent on domestic motor 
production Ih ;<n efjuni iir.ioint i" .\ 
)[ijsnell. president of the \S illve Over- 
land ('omtian\-. .<«ild tonlRlii I'l.it 200 
Ontario factories with 40.000 em- 
ployeoa were aerlouaty affected. 

A reduction In the income tax was 
compulsory owlna to the low Income 
Ux rate In the United States. 

tt la believed removing aome of the 

i!,^i'.i' l> in the tw )iilrle« In thla 

l.ix will I herk in .i rnnjiMire the re- 
Conlinued on I'Hjfe 2 



PUIUCIST AND HUMORIST 
KNOWM ro AU CONTHIENT 

t on/; Career in Canadian Jour- 
nalism inds - - M i I i t a I y 
Service Seen Against Feni- 
ans and in Riel Rebellion 



M' 



roNTRlCAU April l«. — Colonel 

• leor);" Henry Ham, Joumallst 

and put.lli i>t for thirty-five yearn with 

the l anadlan I'ai irir Itallway, died .it 
l:li o ( lock ttils iimrnini; .ii hl.s home 
here. i'oIoihI llair. wlo. w.i-^ in hin 

aeventy-nJnth year, haU be. n iii .*iii. e 
Noaa m bor, llt4. and for t)> i i-^t mx 
montho had baan oontnad to his beu. 

Despite his poor health. Colonel 
Ham maintained interest in hoaM and 
foreiRti events until the end, whleh 

..ime with lra^;:r mi i 1 il e n ne.Ki ,\ few 
III 1 iTut CM hefore lu' died he nugKeHted 

th it he t.i' mov ii, ehaagad hia aaind 

;ind then lay .--tin 

l^olonel Mnm ■ : ,.,i i,, one 

etm. C. Norman ilam, of Montreal: 
two danahtora. Mrs. U M. Beard, of 
Montreal: and Mrs. W. C. Barley, of 
' Tanauuvar^ aad two sialsf s, Wtax'Attee 
B. Ham, of Whitby, cntiri. tn.i 
Mrs. Charles Nourse, of lindKeburg. 
OataHo. 

Matad Hafiatitat 
Colonel Haxa waa reported dead In 
some papaip nuwy- years aao. Beinc 

a humorist he took It aa a rich Joke, 

(■!.p|.<il (■•it the item, framed It And 
liiin;; It :n l.i.s ..ffi.i in the pilhllrltv 
deparlnu il! ..f the i '.111.1.1I l.i ii I'.ii ifo 

H. illw n lie i.ned lo ».'•>■ that when 
thlHK'^ I . 1 hlue he would glance 
.Ti the ..t.ituary notice and think: "Oh 
well, things <ouId easily be worse. 
This mlaht have been true." 

O eo rg i Mam earriad thla humor 
end philosophy Into everythlna he did 
In the course of a lone life. In which 
' . I !ayed many part.*". Inrhidlng those 
.i! Moldier. newape pernia n. author 

I. 1. 'it. ir lyi.l p 11 lilK'it y m.iii for 1 
>;ri.ii 'r.iir port ition .--vMierii lln 

II I.I i I ! , 1 rol .1 'i f 1 1 li ru; r o, ..| ). u mor 
were Initnenne a.s.set.<« to the 1 Mn.idi-in 
Pacific Ilallway. becauM- in ih', i i 
paclty of auper-courier he waa caJh d 
upon to eacort thousands of people 
through Canada on tours of insper 
UOO. *^r many >«art no party of 
Continued on Pa ire 2 

NUPWCiES 
TO DISCUSS PORT 

I XPI KT MIUIXI S IN \ITi:i{ 

\()oN — It* III. ii;m»i:ki:i» 
liiNN-JkK THIS iov i-imi.m; 




DrKK OF I'UKK 



I/>NXX»N. April IS. — ^Tho eoaver 
si on of fH>lnnd from a rspuhUe lato 
.1 monarchy; with the Daha-0( York, 
-erond eon of Klnif fleorrs. as ruler. 

l.H the aim of ,1 se<t)oii of I ho Polish 
people, t^a \x a illnp.Tlrli lo The I<,iil> 
.Mall from W,irs.iw 

.\ •< \ lewed ill polllir.il iirrle.s here 
.•^ i. h .i.vpi ri 1 1(1 n.i on ihe pan of I'idlsh 
nionarrhiHtw do not aeem more likely 
of fulfillment than a similar dealre 
of the Albontana who mialy tried 
to Indtteo Prhieo Arthar of Con- 
naucht to asoend their throne before 
it wma accepted by Prince William of 
Weld, In 1114. 



PEKING SHIVERS 
AS CUAEIiARS 

Fear Grips ChiiM-sc Capital as 
Kuominc'hun lake Fhi'ht and 
Manchurian Dictator's 
Hordes Draw Nigh 

VICTORIOUS TROOPS MAY 
TAKE OVER CITY TODAY 



of 

aa AffHval 
Wtth HlSB 



* WRATIIKI 

Vieforia i.n.i Vicinity; Fr 
aoutheiu 'ind weoterqr 
ally fair and warm. 

.Sun liUon: R:tO n'clork. 

Siin S«»t^» : 7 0.% d'i'Wm'I, 



to hish 
poaer- 



h Tide; 4:00 a.m.. H.i foct, 
»:14 



ArH*n»— - 

aienmer Africa Maru, 
t a.ai. 



orient. 



rraaldant OraaU far 
OHeat, l:tf p.fa. 



Seaplane to Aid Whalers 
In Search for Mammals 

Boeing Plane Acquired by Consolidated Whaling: 
Corporation to Operate in f i injunction With Sta- 
tions on Queen Charlotte Islaiids 



Kdmonton Orada whi 

ha#keth«n 

(lume .\-i«... i.i'inn t.. m.,ke renmi 

mendationa rr Haanlch Arm tlsh- 

laa« 



I 



( 1 1; 



Th€ New 



B& f Um J^o be'usod' in whaUna up 
t. aaaUaM oat af Raaa aadYladaa 

Hrril. Ptneo. pert derslapaaent ex« 
port, will meet Chambar af Coai- 

meree direetnrn thla aftaraaan. 
CMty of \i. iorhi will h« repraaeated 
at .\°>iiionai h'ureiga Vrada Caa- 

^ ferenee iti t 'harl ii e l ea, 00. Onro 

Una thi« month 
l^rK' shipment" of 1.. .i;;v u(..wii 
caiillf low er « heiTK -.eni t,, l.M^iern 
ports 

DiMnlnlnn. Impertal and I'i>re4(n— 
Tnxitllon i ut of } ' . .iiM) nea ptW- 

vided It) l'>i)eral ttudgei. 

Tariff i-hanee.i e eara d h^ Ottawa 

polltlclMna. 
liquor f«hooner*s crew paid h\ 
X>epufv .'<reaker of House of 

ammona. rustnms raaiialMos 
a by shtp a captain. 
Ooionel Oeorte Ham dies at Mont 
kl. 



ti f 1 . 1 n ' e in • e I i «t o r v of 
halniR on t»i» ft If I. I ..^Bt .ill, I 
probably In th» nioM . "eiplane vtt]\ 

he used in conjunction with operations 
whoa4|he Consolidated WhaJlag CPr- 
potAtlaa*a aaitvttlaa aaaaaMaoa in 
northara watara thla afaas n . The 
anaotineeaiiaat waa made yesterday 
afternoon followlna the return of 

I'.iplain ije.irc* I e \l trrjuand from 
Seattle where i foeinr «'-.Tplane fr 
purr hn^ed 

The expertmrnl whn h the trhali"; 
lo coodurtlng la the after 
laalderahlB atody oa the pert 
af amalalA aad shonid hatp aMterlaiiy 
in dlaeavartna the mammala In the 
North The plan* will be imed m I 

lonjiiii.to.n with the whaler* n'ol will 
work i.ui i f Uoae and Naden harbora. 

the <..nip:inv'a boMa oa Qaaaa tniar- 

lotte lalanda. 



\I I r " I . 1 t 1 . 1 In M 

T e i; ' ■ , ' A ' ' ] p r ■ 



!• 1 .ipMl- 
'l. e t !i;il 
I e (In 



h e 

*in 



I ti" wn.,;mc nfeame!* i^ i : I Ittare 
port either on Mm 1 or .Unv I ."i 'hi* 
\e«r and the fleet will numher all 
The \«aa«>|a have been undergoing 
'he r annual erorbaul for 
weeks peat and are ready far 
seeaAo's opoalaa. 

The iiao Of a aaapNn* '1 « iKtink 
operatiwaa W aavor been attempted 



I 

the 



.\e» foil nil la nd loasi, neapliinea have 
been In operation for a number of 
years to he|p spattlaa .seals on the Ice 
floes and boTO preved a areat sueeeae. 

The ^TlAlnr I ngiMrrd 
The new plane la of the Bo^ng 
type and capable of |rt)Od service 
t leutenant Reeco. a locsl flying 
o'fieor. Who sorred overM>as with the 
i;"yBl Air Service and .^aw consider - 
able aer«*lce In Mesopotamia, will pilot 
lie I raft ir.1 dlrert the r. pe r « 1 1 , . ri « 
from tl.e jijune I.'e.jtenanr Hee.r I. 
In .Seattle mirfltiins 'he • r;i ft und wi ' 
bring hi« pPirie lie,,, when completed. 
Me will mik» the trip'alfoet to lb"b 
northern baaeit by air. 

Oiirlns: the (Ireat War «e,,i,i,,,»« 

wei* invaluable In spo'tiric »-n 
Bn-<rin»« and pro\e<i tn be an em. lent 
arm of the .erxoe looking down 

from I he .kie, tde hirdmen were able 

to nee ih- (n.ivInK hulkS Of thS 'VtdOr- 

water craft. Whaleo. ahhou«h not 
nearly so l«r*e as ■ oahwiarine. ohoald 
be easy to discorn fram the skp. The 
espeHment will, no dowbt. bo follewed 
with Ere.' intarsat by other whaHag 

COm>>anle« 



Mr. Koger I'ine. i.f .vo.nii.. miII 
arrive here this a(ii moon .it . . ;inil 
will meet the direi toTi ot 'hr t h miher 
of Commerce Immediaiely after hi-^ 
arrivsl, When the subject of port de- 
velopment will be informally dis 
cnassd. Mr. PIneo <?eiia to tha riiy 
for the apeciflc purpoae of considering: 
the nnh]ect on a promise made some 
time aRo t>ial lie \\ouIiI len<) any as 
•iiwtnnie to \irlfirla Ihit w po.isihle 

Kollowinc; the inn fereni e th<"re will 
he ,1 ilinn' r in the chamber at whli h 

<>ie riire. ioi^ \% ,\] coatiBua thair con 

fcrence with him. 

The matter of port devolopaiaat is 
one in which Mr. Plnoo la daaply to- 
tereated. Ha haa the rapatatlan of 
beina aaa a( tha best informed man on 
the subject on the Pacific Coast. HIa 

ndviie ) I* l.eoii ••oiikIi' from time I o 
tune Seattle an. I Tai i.rn.j .in. I lie 

I xpreM.ne.J the fiplnion th.at tlieir 
.in- manv iipport ii n 1 1 ie<i open to thix 
port which. If taken i»iU.intage nf 
would rcsuK In increased trade. 

The dealra la expreaaad that there 
ahau bo a vary tuti atteadaaoe of the 
direetera thla aftaraaoa aad araainK 
when the aubject It dealt with by the 
vlaltlng ''Xpert. 

The meeting of the dlreetara is 

called for .> o'clock today 

DUKE FORMS CONCERN 
TO MANAIifc ESTATES 

Aaachar Trtr naros Ownemhip of 

Ppopeny In « iimpnn} — Wrilirck 
Abtw-y llnnde«1 »)Trr 

T>-tNI>i>N- Apr 1 1 . The OuMe Of 
Tort Ian I like many of hlo faUoW 
peers, has formed a pablic oompany 
to Uko orer the ownesahlp and man- 
areaioat af his areat eoutos. inolud- 
Ing the famous Welbeck Ahhey. one 

«e!i • , n I IIK - 
• I pi" < liJ-ed at 

i Tnd him- 



Frightened Populace Keeps Off 
Streets-^ e s Id e n t s f eer 
Anxiously^ From Windows- 
Defenders Withdrawing 



PEKINO, April l«. reay ar^rShe 
tmpandlaa arrival here of Man- 
churlaa foradi al OhaarlMi^Un. th. 
dictaier, it arlppiac tha Chiaaaa capi 
tnl with the rattle oif gaaaand vehlciea 
of the retrentlnt; fCUbmfhchan, which 

tiei:.in to x\ith.l'ini, f'oin the capital 
-iflcr liav;nc m.i n 1 1; c^ 1 t,. huM It .nlnre 
I I. t.. t..i 1 9 ' I 

(Willi al Wane niili'ars • ornm.mder 
of I'ekitiK fears tin M.in. hurlan 
troops will Insist on entering the capi- 
taJ tomorrow. 

The aottthera aataa of the city were 
opened at 11 o'eleck laat al«ht to 
limit the advance ruard of the 
Kiiomlnchun army comlna ap from 
Ten;:.! whose retreat has haoB aar> 

priiinKlv rapid. ' 
l*opilla<>e I Vl2hl<-n«»«l 

The Hi reels of 'he ..ipit,«l iri- |e. 
serted while p. .lice urnu-.l with rlflcB 

fitand at atreei c cirner.^. and frightened 
eyes peep aaxloualy from behlhd win* 

diiWS. 

It appeara to be the laientlaa of 

the Kiiomlnchun not only to evaroute 
I'ekiiiK hut Withdraw completely ne- 
voioi '11^ .Vankew Pasn on the ' i i 

to KiiK.in. Trslna carrying troops 
ind high officials de|inr'id at intor- 
\.-ili< throtlghoiit the nl^-hi 

A CO m m I ■ 1 1 . f I.n p r . 1 . ne . ■ 
Clvr.iati" han ns.sjmed the admlnist :.i - 
tlon of nffalra. pending the f O O r a anita- 
tlon of the government. 



Amumi9en DiHgible 

Safe at Lemim^rmd 

LKNINORAD. Ruasla. April 15.— 
The Amundaen-Eliaworth dirigible 
Korge arrived at Trotsk, a subarb of 

I>en!ngrad nt 8:10 o'clock tonight, 

aftc- 1 night begun at Oslo. Norway, 
at 1 m. Three hundred Ked 

BOUliei • roiijfht the Hiri-rafl to the 

.around and w.,ii.> .i n into the hangar. 

Okamagan WiU Hold 

Etonomic Conference 



of 'lie rine«t i-fi 11 nt r \ 
l<n.l The romr>.Trv ;« 
i' : in iliin Ttie I >.i I - 
delf IS the govern riK ; 
I ri ta k t h !• ,i . i n 



•he Duke haa 



followed the example o^ the Dukes of 
Marlboreogh. draftaa. and other tMled 
parsonagae who formed companies in 
order to eeunter enormous taxaUon 
and desth taxation which Inad atp a a r a 

row have in pny 

Two Men ( onvicted 

Of Brutal AeeauU 



\ KIl.SuN. April 16. — An economic 
conference is planned In Vernan that 
Indaatrtal g aaoarsas of |ho Obaaagan 
Vallap may ha eatama rt as d and de- 
velopment msde poosible with sa Utile 
delay aa posaible. The project Is 
t.ei! i: foiTiered by a committee from 
tbe Hoard of Trade. 



RUM VESSEL'S CREW 
IN DEPUTY SPEAKER'S 
PAY, am SKIPPER 

Sei/iiic and Rolcasc ot Nova Scotian Schooner W. 
C. Kennedy Aired at lAistonis Prolu^ Men Hired 
and Paid by Mr. William Diitt, Lunenburg Mem- 
ber, Captain Declares 

_ : 1- • 'V 

High Ottawa Officials Called Upon 

To Explain Decision of Department 



o 



TT^W^ April 15. — Th* toi^uodS voyMfge of the schooner \V. C 

Km nr<\\ 



Easterners to 
Eat Cauliflower 
Grown Near More 



W"n' 



HKN the Toronto or Win- 
aata oanH* 
neat few day«. 

f Vancouver Tal 



ir»er 

in •! 
Ihii K 



f I o w e I 
Will h 
und ■• 

Ttu>. reficlton ir< piomptc.; 
h\ the fai * th.it 1 he; e .ire lari;- 

ahlpmentH of .auliflowera go- 
ing from Victoria ti, all Aaatarn 
polata aa far as Toronto. 

Never haCara haa thla uaafui 
vegetable baaa In such demand, 
nor have Taland growers been 
ahle, .iw.n!: 'o a m'.M M-a-on i i 
«uppl\ murlet.-. Ml 1.1' ifielil 

Re<i;it!\ Till- I'oliti.sl .st.ited 
that Bhlpmeiiti I.f 1,1 re iju.-ri 
titles had heeii ma'.' to \an 

couver and Seattle, but thi.f 
lateat trtamph af hortloulture 
la oaa of the moat onoouraging 
) fentaraa at the aitnatlon fa re- 
I latloa to regetAble shipments 

CAMPAIGN OPENED 

f TTV l..\XD r)F3*r. mKPOSRS OF 
IUCSLDUNTIAIj tjAHm AT HOMX 

I v^rr wmovodmSim - ^ 



HiiiiKi fi.iiii Sf rirrrr Mi(iurli.ii 1'> N'.t>-;iii. I'vitisli 

\V^.^t Indies, with ^'jH cases ol hquor, vkas cxplaiiictl lo ihc 
Ctf^toms pri>bc cotnfntttec today. 

i"!i<- (.row of the \e-srl. r.ipt.nti K".ifi;-r lirr iiutMci ^.ih! ^^ 
linr.i .tti.l paid \>v Wtlliiim Uuft, member ol I'arliaiutnl lor Luncn 
t tire \.b., ami Otpuiv ^l)cakc^ of the House of Cotnmona. 

**' The schooner, according to W. F. 

Wllaon. chief preventive odloar. sailed 

from Ht I'lerre hut nrrlved In Halifax 

..•<lin.«lhl>- for repairs After rem.lln- 
in Halifax elRht da>s the ^. »io..ni ■ 
It to hut hiJKKed the .No\ i, .Si o 

.a coaat Then the Hohiionei again 

deviated from bar course- to Naaaau, 
as she waa ««at fhaad ta.Matthaai- 
berUnd Straits pear tha t^wa at 

Pictou. * 

"^"l#c«l \ij Cutler 
About this lime ihc «ere cele- 
brating the landing of ihi ii.-. tor IOi> 
years previous when the ancestors ut 
tha Pletaa realdenta came to that 
famotia cauaty. Off thla eoaai; far 
from the eourae to Naaaau. the W. C. 
Kennedy loitered for anotlier eight 
days when the revenue outter Mar- 
garet t ooK I ti ;i t ;;e 

The re.i.sii'i l..r In nn near PlctoU 
w ,cs tint .1 nil ho. It w.i- wanted Imt 
11 appoara It took eight days of cmi- 
MUltatton eight milea off the i uaaC 
hefore n decision was reached to go 
into the h arhiar for tha boat. 

Bat the Caatoana Departniaat faund 
that Northumberland Straits were not 

llritlHli \\.iler<i and the fine i.f JIOii 
IrnpoMe.l w .js remitted, the cargo ;;iveii 

;.n.i the whoaaar returned to 

the (jwnera, 

Lunenburg has froqtiently been 

inenitoneii In eonnectlon with "Ilum 
K..» iif the .New Ierse\ cii.tst it 
i.vi il f.inioii-i li«hln({ base and ihi- li..ni.» 
of the faj«teiit schiiiiner* ti lt . . t.i 
thr Crund Hanks it la aald titat 
many thesn schooners have a more 



J 



I And Commissioner Kirkpatrlck- 
Ctocfcau FlaaMd With Results— 



The oponirig gun in tho'etty land 

department's campaign to secure 

Kalea In reverted property this year 
ajcitregal InK 1500,000. has heeti fired 
thit week at the Home Products Knir 
where the department has un ex 

hibit Which has bofo one of the 
bualeat of tiie many dlaptaya there. 

Major Klrkp^trlek-Croahatt, land 
rommfastoaar, and his auff of aldaa 

liave nei^etiatad a nnmher of .salOa at 

the I \hlhlt af the tmr in aiMltlon to 

f; e 1 1 . n (I In I ii m 1 1 n 1 1 h nij n \ p r o» pe. 

live pureh.^^ers of city -owned prop- 
erties. The inqiilriea which have been 
taealvad have been numaraus. and 
thla tact goaa to ahaw that Victoria 
reaidents are taking a keen Interest 
In local realty, and ere anxloaa to 
fei ijre thr I hoi. est lands now in the 
t'ontinued on I'sge • 

FLYER MAKES THIRD 
FLIGHT Te BAMIOW 



prolrolma business thdn catching cod 
stnee there ia the yelatead Aat ta tha 
United States ai^ prahlUUafei kk tha 

Marlttme Provinces. 

.Mo atiaph-ioiui were the circum- 
stances In ronnecflon with the vnyaije 
iif Ihe schooner W (' Kennedy that 
U 1! P.ennett demandeij tht, imme- 
diate presence i.f ihe |)epijty Minis* 
ter of (justoma, whose report exon- 
erated a aehoaaor that aatlad firam 
Ht. Pierre to Naaaaa. waa fatiad at 
Halifax aad thaa Pletau, aad that 
landed 111 caoaa att tiM Navia taaWa 
coast. 

Contianad aa Fagw I 

CANADIAN AVIATION 
FALUNfi BEHIND 

I LYi.N(> (.oiN«. < o»li•l,^r^Kl,v lu 

ni < l-\RK8 VANOOV- 
\tM AIBMAN 



<'ul In Mr I'orcc l.ffllnialrs to ( iirtall 
trovrmmrnt Migbis — Korm Club 



CapuUn Wllhlas Off Again 
ratrhanks WM Chrga of 



l>ora 



11 



1 



Th Ing 

orill:lon ■ 
1 11 r ; ri who 
• ifler .1 I 



ap PMR>BKICK t.aWI8 KARP 

apeslal Osrreepeadeat ef Nertb Asierii'n 
MsWBoapsr Alltaaea. Cesrrlsbt. 1*SS. 

FAIRBAKKS. Alaafca. April 11^ 
On their third trip with gaaallne 
Hupplies to Point Parrow for the De- 
troit Ar-ii llxpedi'ion ( .,p!i,in 
Oeonre M W.Iklii" >he ..mninn.tfr 
.1 i .1 IT., }:•■*■ KieUfin lioppe.t ofT 
friim the laiiding field heti- ,i H .14 
this morning. 

The plane, the Alaakan. carried 
gattofM.af fael fdr tha tatara ase 
of the ta paditla a . 

As I walhad from tha ttaM a aaur 
dough craaad his nock ta watah the 
plane gliding OTorhend. 

Welt. I see the Alaskan • on an 
other trip to Barraw," he aald 

riiem heira are fl|lag faala* aia't 

they 



Municipal Taxation of 
Greater Victoria Fixed 



llnee .Muuk ipalit les Nou- .\SStf^s I'oitinn ol Ini- 
provcnicnt T wo Rate Are Dou n .inil ( )nc Ad 
vanceb Owing to Special Kea^oiib 



\ \ . I II \ Kl'. \ pr . . I , Ito.s 1 
and ln.inin;. I> li.i U, 1 haige.l with 
woundlnit wth Intent to commit 
grievous bodily harm, were on Tbars- 
day Evening foaad gvtlty. followtng a 
trtal egteadlag over ftve aseeione of 
the aashM eaart. The accused were 

. onv irted af n brvtsi .utaib on U -< 
ler y Cnver. a police operative .Mi 

iii.-i.e u.irpny rvawadad tha men 

lur aenunt-e. 

t 



11 7TTH the al-ik.nr rf the UX rate 

' ' ..f (ia» It 1 . r. ■ "h; rty urie ti 
hy the onn- ' • »' ei rnlne "'1 the 
r A t ee f o t \ 1 • t r . 1 .< r il a d la • e i , i i n 11 n 1 - 

nipelltlae in lt^< are row known 

Yhe sntaa ara as follows 

lasft i*XC 

Victoria »•.•* , s*.aa 

Saanich tS.aa 

Oak Bay t4 ti 00 

Roeutmalt ?? JO 7t f,D 

^'Irtorla tasee f1f»r per le-it ,,f , m 

(.'otementa. <>fi 1'.^-. ;i ; i.«r,', 

wen'r five ftri ,»oi j«nil --ss^' h ei 
e m p t s I '■» ' p r >■ >■ f 1 , » p I « I , • « a • , . < 1 1 

cans half the oMrobers vt the i ouacU 



recently voted In favor of t..i.«i,/,„ ,,f 
In pioTemen'« 'o.. moiety opposing 
no- ..r, !v ..n ih^ S"'Und of policy but 

tha* ne« irT;pri,v*ment aneoasment 
Is imperoUve bofore taaatiea eaald be 

In aaphinatfca af the Increase in 
tha Raaatmah rate, it te stated that 

there haa he»n s ,;er Ide 1 shrlnksc* 1" 
land \a ne «.»«eimr' »r>t« ne^eniiev 
al«.. fror t.e- «,,,,rTe. fhun dire. 1 

Ixwxll' I .ire • «<■ ;f>«»r am fnr In 
• tsnr, t'^er^ I. »T;,»r|e<1 I.. h0 a dreip 

on liquor proflu sbsre it is the dret 



time (hat Ra«aiawlt 



VANrOtTVER, April 

In I 'a na d.-» Is In ve r •, i ... 
lie. l.iri.,1 M.ijor I 1 I; M„ 
l! .1 ■ I •■ t ;j I ne.| 1 • \ . n. . . 
ejierialvc tour o( l^aalem air ports 

and itftng aaatraa. 

"There la • very Uttla aa mai arclal 
aviation golag an la caaada." he ex- 
io<i'<»d. "nad the alaahlng of the 

H iyai Canadian Air Force eatlmaiea 

for the ye,- iiiij iiii.tnt that ilnie will 
lie even le«>i ( < rn mem f^.mi.: than 
l.efore Ho»»\ir whi!.- I w ;i , ,1, th« 
i;a.f prelimii ir. •irp* were taken tO 

oriraniTe t)ie .Nitinnai Aeronautical 
Aasociation. to which all Oylag bodlda 
In each province will hf ndlltetod. 
Thla or g n ai aat i OM hapaa to ereate in- 
terest m aviation and f« keep the 

pUhh. info-me,! ,,n air matters ' 

The Hriti.h ( oliimbla Air Korea 
I I'll, of which Major Macl.rfiurtn ia 
prraldent. will line up with the Ma' 
tlbnal Aeronautical Aasoelatlaa. ha 
said. Tha new body will ha almllnr 
in Ka o rgn a i aa tla a aad plaaa to tha 
N A. A. af tha VaMad 



Red Crooo Plans Drive 
Far' Fimdo Nm Te&r 



T<)i:(»NT'> April li. The Can«> 
dian ned Cross will hold a aattaaal 
aampalgn to ralae toada ta oaatlaaa 
taw work af tha arga a laatton duHng 

ttl7 prpbably In May and .June. 
Rapid e-Kpanalon of aei\|.e, .nd con 

• emieni d»rdet(,,n of flnanrUj re 

• onri". make It Tiprratlve for th«» 

■■oil"-. ' > .illpeiil I,, the piihlli It wa^ 

st.ited at the annual meeting of tha 
aocietys aeatral oannetl. 



Britain Plans Duty 
On Wrapping 



IJOHWM, Aprtt Ift^TW BnldwlM 
OoremmoOT hna daSaltalp #Mldad t* 

ask r'arHament fo nathorlM tho Im- 

poal'ion f'f A duly «f I# t-f Per ooot 
on wrapplnj and pricking paper, ar- 
cnrdlnu 'o a afaiement made bv Hir 
Phttllp CunlifT* l.leter prealdent of 
the Board of Trade, lo a deputation 
of nntlah mantifarltirers who walte^l 
on him prmeeting against the prn> 
(arltr. The depiitatt»n repre- 



1 >t >< 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1926 




Kodak^ KacfM the Stoiy 

Story^idliiig pictii#«i mak« the rteord^ 
diildhood 4ay». And. kept in an albtim. 

tlio >torv is complcte-a trra.surrd pos- 
>cs.Siop later. Start a picture-storv now 
KMk, $6.70 Up Albumt. 21c Up 

The Owl Drag Co., Ltd. 



Historic School to Be Preserved to Public 



Blonde Kid 

Trimmej||^j^;'l4«ard" 

'1 hi-, cliariniiig new fjiimp, j»i>t arrivrd. uitli .i 
uiediuni ayikc heel and short round tue. Special 



$7.50 



sr MUNDAY'S 



iiif 



KINDLING 

Now Ch oiwr 

Willi* lh« tIftiilM mill la e«ttl*c Mrry 
kai^s th»y hav* • M»»I|MI wC fim-«l«M 

klirt <1rtr'l kln.lllnc W* |r«« ||M 

•i.tv.n'.ii- Af this roatflOM |y TCMHNI 

kladluis pricn* tn 

$5.75 
$6.00 

ColUct at tim* o( dall 



CAMERON WOOD 
* eOAL CO., LTD< 

Phone 5000 
Yates and Broad — Moody Block 



LOCAL DELEGATES 

GO TO CHARLESTON 



Ceattauad from. Pa«* 1 



to fe« otoUla^l §ifvUi Ml «n*rc«iUe 
c«mp«lcii b« IftuaehAd. 

Mr. Pattullo finds. hinfVMr, that h« 

vktii ii'.t i><- In a posltlva to be prM- 

>nt iu\t' h H.M he would like to b*. 

H »• will . ii.l- .1 ' I'l ' " 'i > v- ' tT' 1 >' Ii.i 
iMi-ni of l..ini1.- r-r |>r''H«' n 1 r.l .il ill.- I'fni 
verul'Ti )io\%<>vfM Tliiv I'- liK'-")>'- I'" 

amall taak. lor ihc offlctala a.re buay 
jiMt aaw l» f «t »a la« the yoar* 

work. 



•vermtient wfll make a grant towards the repair of the old Craiffflowrr School, bat wflT h«t tMte the Vurtdmg ovrr 
from thr Saanirh School Board, thr tnisteo have Ijccii informed In Julv la>t, k ttclf Ration from tlic K CV Hi.>toiu al As 
soeiation. Native Sons of B C. N'afivr Daughters of B C . and the Hi'^toru Sites t'ljiiiiuittec nf tlir t'liauiNn ot ( \itr mn , r 
urged the < rriinient to take .k turn lo preserve tins rrlu of ("olonial The s. liool ^las (ipcncd in M ii . h IH^S h 

IS stated that the committee has also received a donation from the Native Daughters towards nuaitciuncc. 



For Roof Work 

Ui all kinds — patchings or new 
work No job too big or too small. 

H. R. BROWN 



OERRISOICUSSEIFREE 

Kv«ry TMaday a*4 Tkandair afur- 
B.OB at t:10. CryatalllB* IMIP gfcj4a» 
flowara. aaallna wax art. Ma* (aNIB^ 
■alMt row owa atadr- 

DIGGON'S r^'L 



1 11 » I 1 r in ni 1 1 1 op 

of tha rhamher «r- 
r.,>w:ii,n |..r iti<- B'«»ttlnj Of drleKaff 
,iri ill Impt-s ttiiiii 111 ■nlflUii'ii 'm D.e- 
pr.M.l.nr (,r itii- (h.inilxr Mi ' I' 
\V S.- h " n (TfT" tti'-r»> niM\' .ilt'ii^l M- 

1 O. Cameron and ponaibly Mr M I" 
Ml air. The Publicity Bureau hao al- 
1 "wad laava to the Pa hUetty C» mnria 
1 ofier. Wr. Qcufve Tr 'Warfow; "ttr 



itM,! iIto (Convention 
\ ,1 r.-sult fif Ihf 

I clClK [il l' <■ I I ^ !! 



Mi- 



ll ^ai oi I I h n t 

ill. 111'- 



1 tianiber relative to th»- . ..nv «'ntii>ii in 
I harleaton, the fe«llnK ^'-fm-A to I" 
popular that the a»«ciai advanoaseN 
(hat wera to ba aspaetad from halng 
I • presented at thla gatharliig wera la 
he way of Itimber bustneae. With that 

■ ■II 1 in vi'-w I here will he a determined 
.-ffi-ri iM Kri\frtlj«- to the Southem 

.Sl.llr-M the rr.ionri-r^ of - tMaMUt Of the 

■ 'initneni In thta line. ^ 



Did Country fiun Maker 

« S~-'ri-.l> ;0 K>11|. ihriHUn. f»lrll )f'<r..| 

imllly or JO Inrh double ■ bur ri>l 

baiRNieffleaa taa lever. 
w> «• reiMlfa e< every eeaMiattoe- 

lAiltS GRE IM 



HritUh tool DtMoek 
1 G0€9 Mo Next Week 

f,OVr>ON .\prll 1S--Th« dendlorl. 



There la no^'IrlM pUUti.kneWa thai 
rasambfea uorn. 



, r ill. , I 1 1 r ! I < 
i.i I n 1 1 ii'-rs will . 
- V f w » ■ ' ' 1 1 1 ' 



1 ..f Ihf 

Ill t ! n n r ,, ( I . 
I -I 1 



1 -■: 1 until 



Willi t oil.i \ i-nfi f I' r rr. I \* H 1 1 ! in . > i i 
iittve of the Mmrm l''i-il fr.i ll' m . \»iii 
Klmllarly get In touch with the mine 
owners. There was another meeting 
ot tlia aablaet today but ao sign of 
advence toward a aolutlon. 



BMIDS . 




m e I ^ M ^i M I ' 




TEA 



KIRKHAM'S GROCERTERIA 



749- 751 YATES STREET 



Save Money 



By Serving Yourself at the Grocerteria 

New Zealand or Austrahan Butter, 
fkrr lb. 45#, or 8 Ibfc for 



$1.30 



I'urr Orange Maimaladc. 

• il'l 1 1-< 

Rcliaac^ Paach Jam, 

4.lbt tins 

B.C. Sugar, 

30 Ihs. for 



43c 
48c 



C. <i B Vinegar, | q 

botil ' ^ 1^1 ((e bottle..- itfC 

Horasshoe Salmon, 
• l«lb. tin 



36c 



1 Lb. Nabob Taa, 1 Lb. Nabob CoffM, for' 



SonWst Praaca. th. 114" 

CUi ks Cat !iup. ii'i Ix.tiV IS** 

Clunax VantUa. J-oa. bot Ift^^ 



Quaker Cora. 1 tins ....„ 

NAhoh Jelly Powd^ 4 |er ^..a5r 
Post TlUHii, pkt ^ lO^* 



RacaptJon PMcaka Byrup (Ifaplo Flavor)', larf^c bottle . . 3S^ 



Mortan't Worcsstar Saiica . 
Ramsay Soda Crattera, 

"^r rartons 



I .iiindry Starch, pWt 



1»< 
O^ 



Baby Si/e Milk, all kinds B<» 

Ivory Soap PlakM, .... !•«* 

Waahing Soda. H. 2<* 

Sally Ann Cleanser, iS for 15< 



Kle 



tcher'a Paamaal'Back fiacoil. piece or Ii ib i ' ce^Hk ^ 



Mil.l Cheese, per lb. 

Kiaft Cheese. p< r p, ZHt 

Peanut Butter, ll>, 16^ 

Sliced Bologna, lb. 

Pineapple Marmalade, lb. tl><* 
Home-Made Unppigig, lb. . . IS^ 

Para LaH. lb. M#, t lh« ^44 

Doiutii thartwlac. * Ibt. 



Local Maaak, ■ lbs _ 9%t 

Cauliflowers, ) io«». 5<* 

Strawberry Rhubarb, •* lbs Z&f 

Hard Oaloiia, !• lbs MBt 

Large Head I.rttuca, tacli 1<>C 

Ripe Tomatoes, lb ». „.M< 

Fine Juicy LeoMM, doa, .„„ tff 

ChcMcdaie Covered Dafsa, lb. Wt 



V««l It 8c«t«0. Wi H«va Some Extra Choka Local Vaal for 

the Week Kiui 



Shoulders. 

|i<-i |ii 

Legs. 

per 



Flank Pork, 

per lb 

Shoulders Loaal 

Legs Laaal Laarik 

per lb 



19c 

28c 
25c 
.28c 
40c 



Mhm Ribs of Beat, 

per 'I. 22^ aad 

Rump of Beef. 

l>er Ih . 8S^ and 

Rolled Russia. 

per m 

Fresh- Killed Local 
B ti Bac Pooi par lb. 

Beef Kidney Wtm, 



.20c 
19c 
18c 
30c 
15c 



VOLCANO ALARMS 
ISUND RESIDENTS 



WAi I or i.w \ ti^:n fkkt high. 
THOVHASD WWK C&KiCF> 
Iff O flKHnf 

i low l<-ii MIU-s I.>inir- >loTC« MUe 

Kvat>' rill It \ I i\<- iimii 
Vt'am Spectators 



HXtiO, T, H., Aprir 1' Th.- rl\ rr 
of lava which l-eK^n luiurln*,' fri 111 
■M'-ii'.i I "I 1.1 •( nitrht r. ,,.br-il ihf 
i'Iki- t K.iiii;iiia I'oreMt. eouth of the 
1 •• 1 K tn It moved nluggiflhly in a 

aiKzay course serosa the upper Kau 
district, a spattely settled region 

marked by previous lava flows 

There is mui h ex.-ltement m ihe 

K.iii imin.; I., ilie rnnriN f-.T rt Ihiii.t ke.s 
and I ho uncertainty of the patent of 
the lava flowf. 

The peapla of Hoaomaiino. a town 
en the aea eosst nouthwest of Mauna 

I»oa. frlBhtenerl h\' . tn.iriiur •tntmil 
.sinillar Id thai of Ihr a ' i U fl.m in 
1 '' 1 began • i" . ' not t hu ,i ■ <\ 

I '■ ryone h.Tw h'-tn x<. until in »t,ty 
. « ly from ih'- i«i'n i.f the Alika fln« 
the present flow having t>een located 
along the Allka path. It Is mevtag 
in tWQ streanw, one toward Mono* 
nialino. the other toward Wa4ohtnu. 

'I h'- ri iininK i<" I.'* expected 'n 
I'M'h 'Ik- < f rn Mirnt road tomor- 
row ri,t;h' ri r. mad. i|chich enolrcles 
the laland of lUwsU. is three miles 
Inland from HaaaaMllaa. PoHaa are 
patrolling the road to preveat 41saa> 

ter to upectatora. ^ 

. 1* . . • . . 

'•'hi' i!'>iA iiiAurii K ill i.s taa mllas 
'••<<-•. 1.000 faei wide, and tea. '(sal 
The lava la advsjictog la the 
turest at the rate of a mile every 
thirty>flire hovnk It la apparently 
tlowlng up. 



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Naval Forces Will \ 
Co-operate in Big s 
May mh Feetival 



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IIK ahlps and eatabliahment 
of the R^ral Canadiaa 
'Kavy. 'Weat Coaat, win, so far 

.-UI the service permits, co-op- 
erate with the eltlsena of Vle- 

torlji I'l m.ikltiK thf X'lrtnri.i 
l')uy 1 >• !»• hr ,1 ! ll '11 hf-rr .i rreat 
!'U' l''^.s I ' -r ji " ; r ■ I V-' V* 

Ni He.- K <" .senior naval of- 
fn i-r .11 I ;«riiiimrtlf, has 
Mayor Carl Fendray. • 

Commandar Nellee rxpr 
rmprat that A will bo Imposalble 
t«r land a field gaa's erwr Cor 
the street parade, to tl^jka plaoa 
on Monday. May J4. 

H M I ' H (••., t , 1,1.1 n \i ' 1 
lif- in I "..^f) 1 J ' rn -t I f 1 1 fir hill < - \( i \ 
"t iinlr.sM llif » X iK*" n 1 ! f-s nl ' I' i- 
servne rerjuirr that Ihln Ughl 
i riiiRer he at r>ea on that 4ate, 
the 1 otn ma ml 1- r sjj > s 



l«»t year wa^ rreafer than the year 

hrf.irr .in.i i>i.- v ; n <1 i I w re Of this 
>«-ar wae greaier than Inat. 



TARIf F CHAItGES ^ 

DRAW CRITICISM 

rnntiiiueu from Page 1 

rooval of Canadian capital to the 
United atatee, and will allow of 

Kreuter ln\estment her*- 

I 'ini lervallvi- rriti<-lsm -.f. Ht- ni^de ii\ 
I! ' M iKh (;iithrlf a.*< .Sir ll'-mv 
|ir,'H>inri Ih ill. lie claimed It was "a 
tariff of revenge" on Ontajrie, aad 
that In ignoring the Tarlif Adrtaery 
Hoard the Oevernment had destroyed 
the usefulneaa of that hn<iv Mr 
<;»ithrle deelared that t-irifr in.-t.i 
Mlit\ u on 111 inn I inn'- -i.linir'' 
f ir' her ilepre.sned and the eiodua of 
' I Indian artlMUM tO • the United 
siatea Increa4>«i(l. 

Cmp Makea Oats PoaslMe 

I I r r V W.V A IM , : 1 - Iti t eph in.,- on 

l-'h.jif I.f the tippdsHinn 111 the Houne 
i f ( fimmona to ihe stutement of Hon. 

\ Kobb. >tinister of Ftaaaoo. im- 
1 lately lallewlng the - - brtnging 
liewn of tba bttdgat. Hoa. Hugh 
(Suthrie. Conservative, Bouth Wenine- 
lon, said: 

"There Is .ipp.-irent l>- n-in. h i li-i i,( 
tinti no the ' ; 1 n ern inr r : iil,- ,.f i h <- 

ll'iu.st this eveninij. V\ »•. mi thi.-f aide, 
.11- prepared to lender our ceagrstu- 
lutlona on any real achievement 

•*If the Oppoeitlon refrained from 
extending He conirrn t n Ut ion^ ii,..n 
the rinanrtHl -titrnieni whirh ah.s ,n 
•»tiie Ma.VH ■ ' ■ ii ti.rv . It « n -< lie 
' ause the l>en»>hts spoken i.f were 
more due to the virility ..f the Cana- 
dian people thaa saything that the 
tiovemment had done. 

rr..-|v<rll) Iletarriefl 

\s e reitlue ua well as the Oevern- 
ment that this aovatry has been 
bieaaed tn thd abvadaaaa In the crop 
It haa yfaMad. la tlutt faet (a the 
moat bnpOfftaat aacret of our l oni 
nierrfal euerean. and we are r'aplric 
lh<- henrfli ,.f ii i r\n\ As a result 

ha \ I I, ..I I,,,-. I r-t ,,rn (o a ns 

'mnal |.r..» |..-T it\ T» h|.-h hs^ not ex 

isted in Can. Ilia during the last four 
years. Conduieaa are hettsr taday 
than In the laat fbar yaasa. aad w« 
< 1 this sMe of the Ha«M aongratu- 
: <<" the people oC thla natblalaa on 
til ti.-ippy eondttlen. 

Th.. .1 111 II 1 1 \ h .1 .1 . , . n <■ link in 
•■|iii" --f '. h'- ' ; . . V I 1 1 rii I 1, t If r-\fr 
pi DKper 1 1 \ hail heeri .l»>iavei| In a f;.n 

eminent, the proaperlty of the l>o- 
inlnlon had been retardad hf the 
preaent Oeverameat. 
"WhUa there waa an apparent 

halaaee of fSl.iee.ooA. it ehould he 
remembered that the expenditure of 

THE FLAPPER OF 192$ 

Kho la aa seilve girl — ««arini! 
swimming — • ptaylav tsMis — golf 
moterlag and MU mg a ft aa on^ go 
eightaan or twenty hoani eat ef every 

•»ent/-four Only a .«trona healthy 
h«.1v ran stand the pare But Itie 
flapper hUe •hi- Mian of lIU'i knows 
that l,'.<lin I; I'inkham- \>a»lat>l» 
l ompmind i« ihc one remedy to keep 
her free from pntn and phyaieally flt. 
nnil dependi npoa It. ToT over HftV 

yeara It hae been reatertag sleli and 
alKna VroaMn to h s alU i aad strengih 

(Aidn.> 



"The Oovemment is on an asrend- 
tnr srale of national expenditure." 

(i'llat'-.I N! 1 ijijihrin ' h\ >r,ir 

iheri- had been an aiidliional expen 

(iiii'ii^ by tha pabUb aarvtest 

"You can go through page after 
page of the ««tlma(4>fi and find mll- 

liona of dollars whl h minchi h'- riit 
without anv 111 ii-.-<u'' in (hi 1 'n n 1 1 n Ion 
'M I'.iii.iil.i Now ihf .MiniattT h.i.s 
>' iti' il In reduce tmaiinn I loin- 
II • n i hirn for what he haa ilone. The 
MiniKter la a member of the Oovem- 
ment which should redaea taxation 

It Ini reaeed un.ler ihl.n ' ; ■ aern tn o ti ' ' 

■'The Sfilt-s tax had h<-en i n ■ ■ t • , ii- 1-- 1 
twiie diirlii^ thr- l.ist I'a rl 1.1 rnri-i : Thi- 

I he*(in> ta\ hail been increased, Ui<- 
tnx on receipts had beoa a dSvlCe of 

this tiovernment. 

Now this tax was oemiag off. it 
should never have been pat on. Whm 
there any resann to eonirratulate the 

Oovernmenl fur m.ilnlHlninn hnr 
den for four \r.\rK ni.w i e n 1 1»\ 1 1 1 1: 

It' Thi iltn'- h--%il i-nrnc when tin |,..,, 

ph- ill nm II i.-i) i! i-so redut'iioiiH, an.l 
the I :n% eri~,ni.-ni had heard the de 

rnand during the electionr 

Urges Publication of 

ChUdren^s Magazine 




\iirlhwi'«l at r.nulniuhr when She 
1 .1 n I h I- bl. M k adi- nf ri fire. 

Ki-i .iKii 11 inn -if hi- nu!it.ir% *■« 
[iirietntH ranie in !'» I 4 during 'h.- 
\\ iirld \Vai". when )ie w a appointeil 
an hoiinrnry colonel. 'J'lie . '.Iniiel h.i.l 
flKhtlng hloO^ la his Veln.v hora i-- 

hla forbears were United Kmp r. 
I4>yallst« and fought on the Briiis) 
side dartttg tha American Kevolution- 
ary war. sfterwartfa emigrating to 
Canai) 1 i i order to remain Brltiah 

BUbjeclw. 

Many Tann .Tfiinspsiuiimsa 

Oeorge Ham early tamed to news- 
papal wui fi^ ~ Ma if an* eat? i apoi tar on 
The Whitby (Ont.) Chronicle in 1865. 
Tfis recollertlona of electlona In thoae 

'■,ii!\ iliMi dealt with .'^ir John A. 

.\1 il rdiin a hi .ind (ieorjie Itrown. Ill 
l.'<7'.. after workiriK on 1 1 1 ivhip.-i pera In 
r.rteridge and (iuelph. iiniarlo, he 
went West He Htarted on hla ven- 
turesome trip, with 14 in hla pocket. 
Landing In Winnipeg, then a village 
of l.«ao peraons. hla asonay was Jim 
giving out when he obtained em- 
ployment on Thf Manitoba Free 
Press, where he roM to the position 
■'f '-\ty editor, breaklntr nway later to 
1' hiifch The Winnipeg Tribune. 

Ill health forced him ont of the 
newHpaper game and he waa given the 
pr<.st of registrar of deeda for Selkirk, 
Manitobn. Tha Job. he asM. did not 
Interest him much. He wsnted to be 
registrar of misdeeds, he confessed, 
and when the job wai ahoiiahed he 
was not sorry that, as h n. ilth wan 
reatored. he could t i- , n'n ne-wix. 

p.'i (II- r \< . r . 1 V ' .-. ; I - i-n • . '.i t i- r li r- 

Jill iif-.l the p 11 1 1 1 1. 1 1 ^ .| . - p 1 r I II I o 1 1 ! , 1 r t 1 1 '■ 
• '.I' I; li 1 he niea n I 1 nil h . ) I I hi ■ n 
an alderm4n and school trustee In 

Wlanl»aa. 

Oeorge Ham^ personality has bsea 

the suhj«et of many maarszlne ar- 

tk ley ri.;ii.-r \\'-<>Ul\ 1.111/ icfr-nc-l 
to hliii ,if. The si'caicst -w n pi iii''- I 
and n Ii JM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . in ,So rt li \ nu' r i - ,i 
I'nnn.-i M.ini «.!.■< much ill deniarnl 

.1 ,fi.-i -I -ini i -peaker In Canada 
and the (Jniied matea. 

Monbar of Women's Chih 

I'r-.!)al.U- ''nhint'l Ilani - |iet loke 
w.i.t lii-i II- f. I e n . .- (n Ihi fill 1 that 
hi.- A .1 s .1 iii'-Mihi-r -if ! hi- ' in iijiiin 
Wiirnen.M rreSH L'liilj, whicti w .la 
iiM 'l while he was eacortlng a num- 
nf women reporters home from 
hi .SI Loala Bapoaltlon la 1M4. The 
colonel waa made an honorary presi- 
dent. "It has kept me In umhreliaa 
and valises." he need to say. Once a 
practical Joke waa played on him aa 
he londuilinc i part \-(if women 

wiifoiK from I to rnili-il .Stales to thi- 
1 ,11 i!. Ill Went .Soiiirliod V .-i<'nl i 
I' >i:r«m to the linniinion i m ni iir ra i n i;i 
i.fficlals at the border sa.^lne ■ Nn|>,l 
Mormon trying to enter Canada with 
wives. Please detain." a mock ar- 
reat was stagea for.him«^ hla treat 
enjoyment. 

Oeorge Ham was known to all 
I'anadtan ne-vspapermen. to whom he 
VI V , -^avs .1 Kulde, jihlloflopher and 
f i Hi-< adniirerv nn the prcs« 

a I VV .1 , - t r I • 1 ' 1 : . r . ,! - • , I 1 , I ,1 p - 1 if 

hi" I a r • , I , 1 r L' I 1 1 a m ,i i .1 ,i i 
ritjier ti.an \\ f- 1 work'ng a- ri-p.n'i -> 

The alaff had to be reduced and the 
editor deelded ta dlacharie Oeerge's 
confrere, who was a marrljrt ama. 
f;eorga. when he heard abottt It. at 
once went to the editor and realgned 
•<o that the other man could t>e kept 
.11 work Me was. Indeed, beloved b> 
a .''rj w ide < lr< le of friends whnw- 
numbers incrras<d with ihe pa^sl■1K 
I.f III vear.-. iiicliidinx men and w«- 

all walks of Ufa. tha humble 



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MA.if)n si r 

Serrelarv of ihe i an.idlan ("otinell of 
Kducatlon wh" «i ilie convention m 
Montreal, urged the put>llcatien of a 
coed ehlMren's magaalne In both 
rraneh and BaflMi. 

DEATH CALLS 

COLONEL HAM 

CaaUat|Sd from Page i 

Meitara af note ta the Domlalen 
was eomplata withoat htm. 

He COaM have boasted thai in h « 
lime he had met ex-t-ryhodv ■ f .ni- 

pertanre m no- wnri>i i(> iii.i not, 

hut rrfprriiiK I . Ih* Ihi J•<i^Md^ of 
rnll'-s hi- h;ii| :ra ded nti these r\ 
]. editions lie w<iijld "a ^ 1 know I'Very 
<■ 1 II hotel )i«d and »\'-rv sleeper 
itiu) from liallfaa to X'ancuuver." 
George Ham knew doasna of gootl 

Stories ahoQt tha sasl a s a t travelers in 
Canaaa and p aMtt hsd msny of them 

in two \.-l'iinf" of r»fri I ri i«' eti ■ 
i oualil ^Knlnst l-'mUins 
I ; e o r K e 1 1 n r ^ 1 1 . < m i ' n ;: ■ 1 1 1 >! full 
name, tliuugh few of hla thuuaanda 
r friends knew he had a secoad 
chrisuan name) waa a«rn in Trenton. 
Ont.. Aagast tt. 1MT. 

Whf-ti r<nlv fourteen t,. lome | •h" 
'"anadUn niilllla and was prep.ii»d t -> 
flrhl over the Trent affair In I)««7 
he ««w service dunnc th- |.»nl8n 
ra.d* and received the meilal fi^ 

these rampelgna In \ t%s be aeted as 
rorrespendent for Tk# Teraato Mall 
diirina the Mel nabeUloa. Be waa 
preasat wHh Oanaral MIddlaron at 
fish Cvaak oa4 waa aa IBa 



RUM VESSEL'S CREW 
IN DEPUTY SPEAKER'S 
PAY , CUUMS SKIPP&R 

Contlnvea frotn Paga 1 
He eoaid not andarslaaa how the 

Tieputy Minister "rould have the nerve 
to write stieh a report " Mr Ksrrow 

I . k eil f I o ' I 1 1 1 «• In r ■ - r r «■ .. ! I h . rri » in or V 

t>rpmts .Mlni<«lcr Maat l-jiplain 
OTTAWA. April II.— Why waa the 
Lunenburg eehooner W. C. Kennedy 
selited by the Canadian euatema with 

I S ,S nil w<ir'h of l -nuo- Tboard after 
WST'I roli>sse<1 fron. p<-rialll»"s i n d her 
rurgv re«fnr*'*1'* Thi* nuestp't- w ,i 
pot to H I! l-arrnw- I>er>ii'\ Mlni.fr 
of 'lislom" St th«> -ii~i> ins |.rot>«- f 'i 

day by Hon. H H Itenn'-it Mr Kar- 
row and two other hiah < uatoms ofil- 
olala are to bo eallea a#aia t s m arrasr 
whaa «hap Baaa 0ana over tha t h ree' 
year-eld lias and re fr es h ed tiMfr 
memortea on the traneaetiea. 

The \\ I Kennedy waa selxed In 
.Iiin» i-ikIu mlle« from Piitou 

l«h»nil N S *vith - .i-c- of hnf 

original '<'.'' ■a'C-." c! innot fr-irn 
Ihr-rre .Ml.|ii'lnn I .. !-. I •.. ". iM^ai H'r 
rnastet ''aplain Kafriae, admitted 
that Ihe other IIK rasts haa been 
tranaferreo at aea to a materhsat aaid 
to be operbtad hy ICesara. Balta aad 
Mead, of Halldsx. who owaod the en- 
tire oariro 

l-'»l«l»'n<e ( onflir-ta 

I o«lonns .1 1 1 h or !' I -.im.)* -•j th*t 
• he rtaf of the isr«.. v meant fsr 
I'anadisn rnnaij nipt Ion . hul there waS 
r o (iroof that the cuatoma regulatloaa 
had been broken within the three - 
mile Mailt, or that the mteetng ill 
eaaas had aetnatty heen leaded. 

tn tae light, however, ef some con* 
m tmOtnoy givan by ika aaButa 




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All the Best 

HATS 

Are Here 

Our di.splay shows you all that is new in this 
season's headwear lor men." 

Snap brims and roll brims-»-the newest sliadcs 
from all the best hattnakerp. Engh'sh, Canadian, 
AMcnc aa. Italiaii. . 



Sac Oiir DisplBy 

^ ^- $t> . r>o 

•.•»•••••..••■«•• • .1. • • • . > . « >o 

^''h.rt- $7.00 

' J^7.50 to $12.00 

f-orsalino $8.50 

Stetson f $10.00 

ISM 



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1208 DouRla* St I'hont 1125 
WM. CATHCART ft CO, LTD. 



nf thr Keiin^ iv and thst Of the rer- 
iro's own'-.' f" V i-r i' members of the 
- ommitiee thought that the vessel and 
fRo, worth in all IM.OOO. ahould 
I <ve been forfeited to the Canadian 
I reaaary. 

Mr. B«mM«C CrtUcal 
Mr, Hennett psrtieularly calfid at- 
tention to a letter stgned "T, 9." and 

ir.t'-r. I pteil li\- the eUStams enilaer 

I .• wax i.i'ini.- smuggleri 

•hr K'linerl-.. ii ' i ■ ' 'he selxuri- .>li.. ii 
a i| III on 1 "h "-1 1 ihi' rflilaoi ml ■ r. n ..' 
'he Kennedy not to lei Ilie i iistoms 
people "bluff" them, not to anawer 



even otir Tir.i hut to demand 

their lHv^\»r ,\ii Henneil Ihpught 
there was ample proof that the Ken- 
nedy wae breaking Canadian law and 
should sot have been abaalvH iSfh*. 
aiame. 

Today, rustoma nfllclala to- • i- 
stand that crime had not beep proxr i. 

I-ivldenre showed that thf W i . 
Kenrir.l-, wnn ow-ned orlK I u.T 1 : \ h. 

. ' ' ' I ' I ' I rf M ( ' for 1 .11 rien l^ij r 
1^ 1 ■ i'l In th" Kentieilv Hhippln.; 
' I'll ■ nf I 'iiieiit>ura, and at fh« 
tiriie of lor enterpriae was under 
chaHer lo Ifead and Rettsi ' 



TODAY'S SPECIALS 

AT THE NEW ENGLAND MARKET 



Pixwe Ribs Beef, Hi 20<^ 
Pot Koast Beef, lb ..12^^^ 




9tvw Baa(i pcf l^i 



Rump Koast Beef. lb 20f 
Boiling Beef, lb i-^y»t 



,-25< 1 Poik StaaM. lb 2Ht 

I Lafs of For*, lb. _ 28<^ 



Fresh l^cal Fowl, per lb. 



FRESH ASPARAGUS, j.rr H 



1 5^ I Choice Ro aau Vaal, ib., i2l5< 



Choice Naw 
3 Iba. for ^ 



•attar, 



$1.40 



CHOICE LOCAL LAMH 

Spinach, 4 lbs 35^ 

Fraah Rbttbarb. 3 lbs. 2.V 
Naw CaBbaca. head 5< 



Good Onions, 10 lbs. ... 26<* 
Haad Latttwa. head _ 10 f 

Pure Lard, 2 !!,-■, 45^ 



Strictly Haw Laid Eggs. Fir^ta. per dnr 30f 



NEW ENGLAND MARKET 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1W6 




^vhienqou drink 
9L11IDBEEF 

a iiwmierial 'indc me up" 



MR. EDWIN TONUN 
HEADS ROTARIANS 



PHOMISKBIT \ l<T«)ltl\ Rl )SI.\'I->4K 



CITY MANAGER PLAN 

Provides 

XFFICIBNT, BCONOlflCAL. RBSPONtlBLB CIVIC 

ADMINItTRATION 
Nine Caii^Umi Cities Have A lopttd This PU9 wid Have 

Demonstrated . 
TAXES ARB REDUCSD 

MMr UMjAC**'"' I'l>n pirnphUt anj mign th« pwtltlOB lo tb« ("lly •"oaMll. t* 

k« Mm* All r*al eatx* o(lic«a. All »«raoM tb« Manlelpal V*t*n' 
Uat. im. 'ar* •UctM* u 

r«MWM« tar — fc wrt ytlo ml H a lwyr rrvmctM^a 



Shelbourne Street 

A Good Rench Close to the City Uut Very Easy i axes 

TEN ACRES of very choice eultivated Itfid ; GOOD BUNGA- 

T OW ' ' ! af'i with cement beMfnent. BARNS 

ETC ; 2 Acres Logaa»» 2 Acres ready for mangfels, remainder 

in oats, etc. 

Although juft outside iht City Limits tlie taxes are only $1&00 
per acre. 

Ppce $10,000 

In a Short Time This Will Be a Very Valuable Subdivision 

Property 

ARTHUR COLES 



UM Braid Street 



Victocia. MJC 



Real Bttato and I 



Wrrrtnm Wm Re Rtonc4 on 
AytU 2* — foiifcrfnit* VoUhC 
Iki-l4>(ttl<-s N'unicd 

I .Mi Kilwlii TomlJn will iirmldf 
i>\n \}ic lirnilnioh of the \ i«-toi '.a 
KatHry <lub for ifle llSC-27 frm. 
nu. r»««.din» Mr. Roh<>rt W. aia)-K«W In 
I he ofBce of p r e MJ «nt. Tli* UJumf or 
Mr. ToinUn wm lh* only nii^ 'oul)- 
mltted by tb« aomt 
at yMt«r4ay'» elub lunrheon. itml he 
thrrernr" usauaBM tl»t PWl^Miir by 
a( i ltirnatluii. 

Mr TomUn. on* ©f VUitorla " 
promln«nt biwli^MHt -foyi, if Mcoro- 
'ury trauumr •( tb« British Colvre- 
bla Cem«tit Cctapany. and bu for 
m«ny years b««n idcntlftod with the 
Iti.t.iry Club. He was a director of 
I !n- . rKJinlzatlon In 1914-lS. 

Viiu ii ha\. .. concrete president 
f' r ihf next twelve menthb." said 
I'rrsi.i. rit Maybew, Mild laurhter. 
after the annoui^ecjaeat of the 
riomlnatlAS eomaitiea had been 
tnade by Mr. ^amea Haater. "but I 
don't think h#'s ffotnl^ to* be an hard 

II M'UniI.s ' 

.\l>pn>(.-ialrt» iionor Coaft-ircU 
The president-elect was warm > 
ipplauded wheft ke rote to thaak th« 

<^lub iot the honor St had accorded 

tilm. He had neither «oucht nor ex- 
pected the ofHoe of president, hni 

•incp he hjil !»•,■:, -<.;. -..i )..• w 

Ill Ihf li.iiiris ipf fill- III' inlii r- Iji' 

i M ' ■ f r ! I ' I i ' . » [ > r ' » f I 1 • ' ' I * w \K r f i I > I 

K'llaiy in ihiH <'omn»unity to the l>ep( 
r his ability during the comlnr year. 
Selection of tba board of directors 
for lfS«-ST will bo made en Thor^ 
lay, April 2», from the followlnc 
lomtnationn (seven will be eleeled): 
Kot.irians Mernio Clrert. 'U'.ilt'^r F 
' liiM>. lament T. I»,iy, Oril I, U. 
\:r,vnv l.\ li- Muniop. ,1, l; Isint;- 

} ! . !''... in ,tn 1 { M \ f r 

\v. Marthiint. Walter Tuok. J. 

i -erry Wataen and Mowart Wllltams. 

The club appointed President R. 
■V. Mayhew. President -elect Kd. 

Tonilin .-ind I'rrslil p:i : ;■ 1 r.i n 1. I 

Selil and .(. l; Kln^:ll.lIM .is 
drills', jto.s t.. tho lili; l;.v:ir\ i'.n'<M 
.■n p to be held here next week, 
' iMinir on Thursday. April 32. 
ICoroi^nltlon for Kx-Mcmhrra 

I li'.n the MiKKestinn ..f Mr IVri n 
' A I > <-• i ' t 1 1 . , I I . : 1 I ■ 1 !;..•. I I . , , r , f ■ ■ 1 
••■n.. ii<-vt u 'xk \\ t ! 1" ,^.^k<'(l in iir;;p 
'hf 1 II 1 ( I ii.i ' I. ii.i \'.sorlatlon uf 
Kotary lo adopt Uellnitely some re- 
"(tnition. honorary or otherwt»e, of 
H involuntary ez-Rokariaaa. mtrli 
I "cevnltlon to include tlie prlvileaa of 
heir attendance at loaat to a limited 
number of Rotary meetinrs during 



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Stockraiser 
Grouches 




— there's generally a pretty good reason for it Cattle abor- 
tion I live causad many a stockraiser to express a grouch--- 

and vviTse. 

1'he "liowman" remedy prevents cattle abortions. What 

about it? 



Iht ErMk Ummu iMtdy C*. %\ Cuithi» Ud. 

. Offict and Factory, Sit Y«t« Strtti 



I h idw i.-l< offlclally 
■■V < . . rn. ,i ■ ,, . MikM ..r Uotary In 

\;''"ri.i till- fMiiuwliiK four new 
Tiif-mi.M. .\i.sv.is. Cecil Tice. Arthur 
Alexander. X^ie Dualop and Ivaa W. 
V wda. 

Pant PraaMant r.porue Plercy. of 
(lie Vnnaimn 'Poiirv Club, broiiirht 
•• ■ ii" -iinff from the 

■' -.1 niz.li inn. iind ansured 
111' il r-'Mriann th.if the lip-Ifl- 

nd < lub would be down for ttir 
I. otary coaference hero almoat one 
I niodrod par eani atran*. Tha Na> 
' alaia mambers would do an In their 
I >war to aid the Victoria RotarUns 
"< maktnr the bl» ratherlnir the bewt 
.-I 

Pro«frf*ss llrports of <'<>nforrncc 
Reports of pro(;r.>>i'i '.n the ar- 
ranKcmenta for the conference were 
made by tha ehfitrmen of a namber 
r the eommtttaasi Tha elab haa 
erythlne wall In hand for tha dia- 
' let meetina. at which between l.tOO 
•■' 2.000 Rotarians and their ladles 
fioni the Provlnre of Hrltlnh <"oliim- 
' M ind the States of Wa.'^hlncton, 
' • ' I • I I d.T hr. n re f o attend. 

Mr. A. Victor Clarke, charoian of 
■ he publietty aoMialttaa, aaaouneed 
'!mt both of tha Victoria nawapapers 
viould publtoh a epadal aapplament 
xallnv with Rotarr. actlvlUea, the 
.invention and the hiatory and prog- 
ress of th(> rjTK.i nizallon. next week. 
This BLa.tement was greeted with ap- 
plaaaa. 



FAIR STIMULATES 
HONE PRODUCTION 



DIBTLAY wol'liD m: < ni:i>iT ix) 
CITY U*' TWICii: THJi: HUUC 

o r yioTORiA 

Maaleal EMartalnasenta Ar« Fea Cwa 
•( £adl F.venlntr'H l-jijoy- 
m<*nt at .\rni<>ri<-« 

.\.) 1.1,1 Mr how enthusiastic the 
< in/., n in.iy (eel about ' patroatalap 
local produeta it la practloally toipea- 
aibla to remember them all naJaaa he 
or aha visits the Homer Produeta Fair. 
The manufacturers of the city have 
' '1 1 • 1 . .i 1 II 1 , , I ti p ,M|>i r n Mf I iif f .1 1 r 
w tiuj. licarlfilis , and lti>. nutnber of 
rxieedlntjly attractive dwiil.i\« exhi- 
liiipd would be a credit lo any City 
I wire the size of Victoria. On avarr 
hand there la aoreathlav to kold the 
Intereat of tha obaarrer. AC tha Al- 
bion Stove Works display, for ex- 
ample, there Is an exhibit of stoves. 
ranRpB an<I fmni ,ir ui,i.h i i, r i \ 
proc^ma of r . .i n n fi. tur*-. ir'>iii i tje 
smelimK o' • a '.ro!. to the 

nil ki'i plating of flatshed article, 
I' lif in Victoria. Tha Ittmber and 
woodworklnc Urma ahow a varlaty of 
reaaufaeturad lumber that will aaawar 
every requirement, in ! myone who 
contemplates buil l 1 1.,- ran very 



•p'Mlii 



Victoria 

Baggage 

Company 

H.M. Mail Contractors 



Our Specialty 

Furniture Moved, Crat- 
ed and Shipped 
i'ool Cars lor Prairies 

and All Points East 

> I II 



We Can Save You TtlM and 
Money. Largest Vaat fai 

the City 

Pbones 2505 and 2506 
flO Fort Street 



OUANTS ARE OiVEN 
lOaVjkfflANTS 

Gevrmmcot ll««aKBlaea "Work of Nu- 



frtdifitrs Roek aid 
irivil et., Ltd. 

SAND AND GRAVEL 



an«iitlSeall]> cra<t*4 
frMh «>t*r Uar|*flt 

1 ses a^^^B (w^v#4 



WBshM VMS 
In Canada. 



A 



Australian Labor Party 

MKI^IioUKNK, April li It la an- 
nounced that the Auatrallan I abac 
party haa appoUted two delecateo to 
attend the conference of trade unloas 
ol tha wmM whiah will ha haM in 
Utmttm, t* sMidr tha aahjact of aMgra- 
tloa. 

Onwichan lAke r>ir«v<t AarHe^^ 
Motor coach leavee Vtcterta (Pohit 
■lUce) t a.m. MondaV. Wedaeeday 

«aatarda3r for Cowtehan l^ke mn<i 
iboa (mil* tl> and t a.in. Tves 
dsy, Thursdsy und Friday (or Cow- 
tcl^ Jwake imlle Tl>. 



TIeoounltinn of the i;nod work- of 
two member.^ of the Provh >• ' )-,il 
frr' Ire upon w tiiun li.in lirrn < A.xt i 

'•"f - ■Mill ..f . vtr . i«hor, has be. n 
lerently made by the Government ■ 
Mr. U. Whituher, aaporvlMac arch 
tect of the Dapartaaat of rublic 
Worka. and to Mr, «. I>. Johnson, 
Iteputy Mlalater of rinance. To the 
former has been rrnnted fhr ■m?" o' 
%\ ^nri , ! . , , 1 I ,, . , , J ■ M ,,, 

.1 .M 11 hui I ,, 111,!! 1 .-K J 1 r -1 liii los. 

M \V hitl.Tkfr .1^ «<:p' r \ islnj arrhi 
le. I ii.(.-< . harce of the. preparation 
of plan* for and supervlalon of con 
Htruotlon of pmhlla atraetares in ti<r 
provlnca. Hhi datlaa waa* vofy gnrntiv 
thrreaeed . whaa the ronstrurtlon of 
'he hulMlnm at the T'nlx'^rwlf y of Brit 
l«li <'oiiiinhi.» I . ni .;'.-v ..4111.- under 
i'i<> I"'ihi' ^^,.rl,■. i p ^ r I ii««>n r This 
II ni \ <-r .1 1 . , '.,1. r Mr. Whli 

i^K'r., «iiprr\ j.<lon, ha-s been carrl' i 
oiii .11 ftrst-claaa manner at a min 
mum of outlay and a maHoMim oi 
reauNa. Han. Dr. W. H. fhrtherlanri 
says. Whaa Mr. Whittaker ino\ 
. harre tit the eirtra wftrit nt fh«> nn, 

i-rrstfT Work whirh .-•■mII lir i-r..;, 
r r I \ , . . ii« M . I , ) ,111 '•-•,) 1m ■< ■ . I ■! 1 1. 1 1 
filllir.*. li*' -^iM jn»inil«:r-l rttrt ,,.tj 

^iriTntlon He has ha«l no salary in 
. r for some years. 

Tb4 eraat to the Deputy Mlalater of 
naaaea la baaed upon the ostra work 
eataUod la connertion with the flota- 
tion of Paelflr Ure.it K:»it»Tn Raltw.'t% 
serurltl«»s thr r rf .in .1 i ii it i>f ' !>.• pr, 
\lnci«I fIrNt. the roiircn n i7.«t ion of ihi, 
Tr»«»urv I >ep« rl n )f>nf , nn<l other eer\ 

\r^n which are held to have prove.i 
of material vahM t* tho province. 

Both snaata waM made hjr Order 
ta-CawMfl, M t a wt a iw af tha rhbinei 
holtflMK that the reripi*«nt« hufl 
the prevlnre a Urg* sum of m>.nei 
hv nndarlaklnx murh rttra latinr 
mnnay which would otherwise have 
had «n he aapaadad far a we alda evpert 
advlca 

a 



KnglUh Journalisf 

Succumbs to Operation 

LONDON. April J 5, — Harold 
Spender, Rngllsh journallat and well 
known as an author and lecturer, died 
today In a auralna home after an op- 
eration. 

Mr. Spender, horn In isst > . 

son of the la to Dr. and .M i .1 1 1 
.'':prn,1. i l|o u M on the staff of ll>. 
r.ill M.iil i;./.tio The Westmlndter 
ilaitette. an. I l >.. Mani hestor Guard- 
ian at various iiiii«>s. liilfing the War 
pave him«rlf up to war savinR 
propacaoda. volunteerlna and other 
war aetlvltlea. He waa tha author of 
varloua booka on well known Knallah- 
• nen. Inrtudina binyraphs of Oenerat 
I 01 ha and Lloyd Ooorffe. 




the fair talking over hia plans with 

tha rapraaaatativea of theaa dteplapa^ 
Ohaaor to \\ In I^t 

This lot on T^ii U Stmf hf-en 
don.itc(l hv t !„. , i! . . -..iin.-ii (n or.ler 
ti. -siinnii.it,. pul.lH- .iiicndanre at the 
n. III. i r ..lucte Fair. The city lands 

• ii'partinent Is alao repraaaated at a 
special booth where aar parchaaar 
of clt^-ownad bualnaaa or realdaatkU 
prepa?ty wUI racalva a diaeouat of tan 
par cant en y ar e h aaaa inada thla 
week. 

Mux|( j»i I niortainmeat 
In addition to the orcheotra maata 
every aftaraoom aad ovaatoa, apanlal 
raualeaj avania hava haaa 4wnui«ad 
for each evanlnr. 

Ton i; 111 1 I fa. hr r^ ■ 1 n; n - ,1 1 

thf \i. Ion,, .N.irinal .Sriu)ol will ren- 

• ler ,1 iirot-rarnme comprlalns whla- 

.h.Tu.srs. sinKioa »nd orchoatra 
'"I'liL'TM Tomorrow evanlna tha 
Uhrino Band wlU be In attendance 
from 7: IS to l:Sft o'clock as an added 
attraction for tha eloalnn avanhiw o( 
the fair. 

'^l>rlKl -Shaw SchMola 
Th.-ir exhibit la One that attmctad 
an unusual amoottt-ef lalar«at a« It 
•lemonstrated vary ctoarly that their 
product." la tha way of buslneas 
trainlaa, Is of a quality se<-„nd to 
none. The scene Is a typical ..fit, ^ot 

Una with stf-no^-rn ph.-i ■, |,iim!., , 
ployed transc! il.iru: n..-. -. r >i.- pi, mi 
of th.- .1 is|,l.i V 1^ till' I 1 , I I, r 
ORraplif i- ,:ra.ln;,i.s .if the tiprott- 
Shaw li.M.I an, I <■,,, I, has WOH prO- 

ticiency honorH. Miss Plowmaa la 
winner of the city typewrtUBf cham- 
pionship for l»t; Mlaa Mairfaat la the 

1»26 champion and Mtss Jewell is the 
1928 aad l»:.; .1 ■ ,,,1, , . ii .,,i„ion. 
Davis Jt .schnMrlk. L,td. 
There was a time Whaa Vletorlaaa 
had to place thalr ordara for. fancy 
boxes and oartoaa with firms outside 
of the city. That 1^ ao i..ni:.M- nr, .-. 
fary. for Davhi a'Srhmeik ? .. . ,,,,k. 
practically every varUty . r i.i.t 
their Wharf .sin ft fartorv Tlieir ex- 
tiil.it at 111- (air is artistically pan- 

'•II.-. I v.,!ii s,am|,i,>„ ,,f papera Used in 
I ^ I'likinK. Th.- .iisplay dv«a an 
r< . i. iit Idea pf the tramoadooa 
v i M ' . >r bozaa manubuiturae by thia 
ttrm. Theae Melnde fancy candy boxes 
holly bosaa, t»B. handkerchief and 
shirt boxes, cake boxes, egg cartons, 
»uit and blouse boxes, etc. 
B.C. ElacMc 
One cannot very wall nit*=., 
Rritlah Cdlufnbia BlectHc Ua i^a^ 
Company's diapiay. as Its centr ■ : j,., 
Sltlon and brilli-.nt Ilium ina 1 l,.n 

' •I'-pi' is the four 

ii .. ink: l oKinnln* with the 
01 faigpt aaa. tha Middle 
i s the VlcU»rUn or coal 
and the praadpt or electur^,! 
The display of alactrleal appi .nro, 
for the homo embraces ah,, , , 
use to which electricity can be put 
lnriiidin»r the newest homa eOMirort. 
electrical xefri»er»tion. 



simph 

irroiiti .1 

n tr < . 
rrrh.'.i 



When the Home Preduou Pair Is 

over thfre will he many housewives 
V ho will tnuM upon i.rrnond'e Bla- 
-Mil. from ,h. ,r Kro,.rs. There Will 



i 



FOOD fiarticlea 
cannot dodca 
the aaw-tooCIk- 

ed tufta ot the Pro- 
phy-lac-tlc Tooth 
Brush. Nor arc 
Bcrnis and tartar any 
more uhle to resist 
this in vr St i g.i t i 
hristlr. Prr>-phy-l«c - 
tic Tooth Brushca 
oomeiBareofeMSt 



«ho ,v,ii look for the 



' "»» «f«"»y Jar*, aad who 
- ; •< «he OnMM not har out of 
the «J^*y at cirar irtora counters 

»«rly brtdit and rek>rru| by tha Va- 
riety and sftrseflveness nf the Or- 

mond laliel." ' 



•I' 



1. li; 



■f l.ie 



surprise 



Adtitt m m 
Small • • 
lUlr, . 
rVLumr - 
Dental (lata 



*ae. 

Mc 



VU<I« wifl, H,r»1 

Utm and Salt Hrirtiaa 

yellow hot. 

Pro-^r-lao-tir BruA 
Ca. <Cana<la 1 I U 



'1.1.. manufactured by this flrm 

• Waal will coma ae 

11 many, 

l*ay ron»|v»n> Sh,,^ t^nrn 
snd l>imifiirr 

ihe iiritiah 
miinr)'i»^h ,,r muakfat' *9alt 
eomes to the frantlar 
Httdaon'a Bay ConiphAy 
trapper, than ahowta* ai.,.. . 
manufacture until it is made 

coat of ln;pf..::nK:-. •■■':,.< ,!,. 
the themp i,r one ,if ih.> Minis*, 
t'ornpany displa\« Thf 
<"•>■■ of fi,.^ display showi 
«i;ipf . .,f r'lanufactara 



frani 



Colaathta 

^It 
tha 

the 

tMK' < r 

Int.. >« 
iiirii Is 
n s Kay 
■f'ond eec- 



varl< 
which 



'Pholatered faraMani aiaaC co b^r 




living 



It la tha baaaUfatly . 

reaai anito that lavtlaa aaa la 

iuxnrtoaa cemfort. 



.Jot-TV . i nvinr n oar on tbt la- 

Tee. «jid if he dooHi't drtvo aMre 
'^raMHy thayfl tahd h«a» ta tha haa- 



Angus Campbell & C^o., Ltd. 



r 



Smart Poiret Twill Dresses in 
a Special Selling Today 

at $29.00 



Tlu-r Small T.i i h n r< i I'icsses of tiin I'liii! wwW 
conif 111 iii.in \ in'w -liai Ic^ am 1 .i 1 1 1 ,n M \ f - 1 \ Ic ^. 11k\ 
arc liaii(l--( inu-l_\ t. inl)i oidci f(.l iii (.out i .istuij; colors, 
well cm ami very specially priced at $29,00. Ideal 
' dresses for street or business wear. \ 

VliiVV VVIJ^DOW DlSPitAV 



Tailored Tivccd (.oats 
FuU Silk Line4 

Here is your opportunity to purchase a ] 
Smartly Taflored Full Silk Lined Tweed | 
Coat at a most interesting price. Th< \ .iro ' ( )() 

indeed wonderful value at Mal^M i ^^^•^^ 




AT 



r 



350 Pairs of Stuart Novelty 
Fabric Gloves 

VaUut to $1.75 Pee Pair 

Today. $1,00 Per 
Pair 



Marked (or a quick clcarinice 
today — 3S0 pairs of fine quality 

fmportcd K o v r I t v I';i!iric 
Gloves, in all the wanted styles 
and color*. Formerly priced up 
to 11.75 per pair, for — fLOO 




BARBERS SENTENCED 
TO FIVE DOLLAR FINES 



First < iinOciinnM Rcctstered Aicalnst 
Mcnit>eni of New ProfaaaloB Under 



Plrat eonvtetlona under the Barber.-^ 
Act were reoorded In tha City Police 
Court yesterday momlna whaa Q aer g a 

Turner iiarr-, Wamer and W. J. 
Mavii.ir,! vait. tmed $5 each or two 
dn>< in ).iil f.ir li.iviiit; r ilnvvi-l Ih'lr 
l alllni; in \ ,. lorl.i wllli.iut tlrnt li.nilii; 
pas-soil > xa ni I nat ions set by tiif 11 t' 
Uarbem AsHOciation and Itavlng 
become members of that body. 

Under the ladalaUon of 1»24 the 
B.C. Barbara* Aaaodatfoa haeama an 
Incorphrated society and barbora thus 
became required to paaa examinations 
set h\ mTiii.erH of their profession 

hef'iri' l.» irii; atl.iWP.I to fiit hair in 
Hrltish ( '.il'itiiliia 

11 a V I II JC p.lfO<" 1 1 ' ll •• . V 1 M , ' ! I I ' I . 1 ^ I . 

if'ssfullv ••a'-li t.iirh.'i inii-" t I n ill I. 

for meint>ership in the li.C, liarbeis 
Aaaaelatlaa. and l>a admitted before 
he ean practloa hia profaaalon. The 
throe men charted were alleeed to 
have ncfleoted to become enrolled as 
members of the association. Mr. J. B. 
I Iparihin api>eared for the association 
ami Ml <■ I.owe for the 

defeii.la nl."< 

Walirr A.li"' private detective, was 
employe. I 1,1 secure evidence acalnat 



Turner ,in ! *1 i , l He swore in- 
lia.i \iMi<ii iiic respective barber 
^hops of the two d^fendaMa aad had 
been barbared by them. 

Mr. LAwe called for dtamlaaal of 
the eharvea, mainly on technical 
grounds relating to the manner in 
which the .association had rome Into 
cxMtenri- In iHirsuance of the IcK'.sla- 
■ii 11 I'.i • 'll ind to the manner in 
vv 'H, ll iMc examining b. ir.i ..r three 
I i.'iiers had been conatii <' i 
The maximum penalty 



(or a flrat 



ofTcn. c agalaat the Aat is a nne of 
115 M itrNtrate Jay Impoaad a Ana 
of $5 1 daya In Jail after Mr. 
Cl»arlhua had BtieKaH< thdt the pen* 
aHy he eeaHraleat to the iinount the 
defendanta had escaped paying by 
refraining from joining the 
ciatloa. 



".IU'«t ;iii rc.lii .»<m1 a new mr." 
"I thought >ou wrro Kylng to havo 
your old one r»paJr*»d." 

"Oh. 1 poult^'t aHytf that." 



V In ahuny? Eat 

SHREDDED 

mm 

the man-sized meal 




O'Conneil Monument 



by Foley. tKc grr^f In^h sculptot. wfio, \*.cvri, ,licij shortly txi(XC t \K 
completion af tSr w^k The BonMnrnt is sin^oiir.tr ! - — .. 



a f^^curp <<( ( )"<' Vint-wl! . who snpr^r s hulnfrij in tf>' A simttmr f^ntdm t of the 
"Repcil Cliak, ' that f .tmrd ^ rAic\y alwnt itrm of hi* j E,mbtrc,lohn j<xmc$on 
affirc. IV I rntr< I portion of the pedestal taorna' I xiOCWMgl^ 



mr 



ntc(i 



w. If h .1 prciiipui^ f f fifty figure":, f he I fiicf fwinjir the I no «riTit tllddd §mm 

. t _^ r I — .1 1 1' J _ ' , 



jtytTiKilic fagure of F'tin hrrakioo her Jettets. ami ET^sping i |oreifn CPfM. 
hrr charter of IftxTt 7 with "^^*^.*-^''f — 'tS mr tlthrr ' 



«l>c pfimfs triirmpK,)nTl V tn the i ctiT r.t1 fif»i)rr .iK vr The Church, Arr«; 
Track have also their represenuiive* in Uicgiui^u^ wktk at the baac. 



D 



John Jameson's 

pure old lx)t dlil- 

UBiLl 



7 [)()t .V/ 

WH 



ISKEY 



if not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Beard or by the 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., FRIDAY,- APRim6r"I926~ 



PrlaiiM umA 

a. k TM. 




TMrl 



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lUili 



_^AM mbm iti t Um 



MM 
S.M 
LM I 

rktea p«r*kl« la »4««B««. 

~ t« mak* *1J 



THB FBDSmL BUIKWT 

1 lircc 111! .isuri ui riljct loi the 

people ot the- Domtoion, long sdvo- 

i iii,! ';.i\c hr''" .I'loptril in thr Hud 
get iiitiuduccd 111 the> I'cUerai i'ariia- 
ment ycttcrdty. Thcjr fere a reduc- 
tion in income tax of a chara< :<-' 
wiiK h f fffct some real rclirf. \\\c 

return to tlic sy»tcm uf twu-ccut 
p*itacc aa4 th« rcmoral el flM mW* 
t9X from a number rtf articles 'I Ih- 
aggregate relief in taxation is ciiu- 
mated to b« in the oeighborhood of 
$25,000^. That whkh applies to 

the inrotii t i\ heronirs effective im- 
mcdiatei>. 1 wu-cent postage will 
apply from July 1 next. 

The ini.uiir- t.(>. relief appli 
hoth m^jrricj and single persons. The 
incomes of married men without de- 
pfndantk hereafter is to be exempt up 
t9 $3,000, and the rxeniption for 
•ingle men is incrcabcd from $1,000 to 
liiOd. The cxteat of the relief in 
the former cMe it indicated by the 
fact that whereat now^a married man 
without dependants pays |80 a year, 
if' he has an income of $4,000; hcre<: 
after lir will only pay $_'0 The re- 
lief Will, extend to all classes of in- 
co mcfc An titctrme of ^^00(V in the 
•past has paid a tax of $619.50, but 
With the relief given this sum is re- 
duced to 

|Thc pending return to the two-cent 

postage will be a lon^ overdue reform 
It is true that a similar return 
has nm yet been made in Brilfin, but 
ilien ■! 11:1!-: lu- remembered thfet the 
Uniish people have far greater war 
obligations than the people of Can- 
a4c:The r«teetioa in postage should 

Rive a 8tilBUlu<l to t)nsinr<«. 
the re4ttCffd income tax will have a 
tAidency to promote hiTeetmentt' and 
to 1ea<^ to fewer cfTorts t ■ f vd. the 
tax. The reductipns effe* ted m the 
atBk* tax is another policy that will 
fettter trade.> 



estimates. The City ComptroUcr sees 
to It that till re is SO OTer*CSpeili4lkH'C« 
and a City Manager could do no more 
and »o iesa. It is proposed that a 
[City llaaager s Ha d d be an ap pe la tke, 

not an elective office. \o duubt a 
very excellent ntan might be chosen 
for the poet, ^ w m it r umy md all 

circum-itaiires he would have to do 
what the elected repecscntativcs of the 
people tell Klnr to dai;: , Tlwi i« u in- 
escapable fact under ithc tlfillalifii 

that now exists. ' ■ 

The qucstioa therefore is what jus- 
tification prevails for advocating the 
appointment of a more highly paid 
civic official than any that exists, and, 
if appolated, hoav caS' he beg in by 

saving his own salary, and. m addition, 
effect ^her. savings on the iiiuiiicipul 
outlay? He cannot reduce the stand- 
ing cliarges in coiuiri ti<in \n ith the 
delii oi the inuiiiLipalit> . It i> the 
City Council which will, despite hi^ 

.leRi- ^'ill ri>niiiMie to \r\\ f.iM - and 
vote expcnditureit. lii:* capacity, in- 
deed, wo«M be' largely advisory, and ' 

there it HO advice m tli' >i'nditi<.n<. 
that prevail that tli' M.iyor and alder- 
men canndt receive K' liir from the 
' iii/rnry at large. To say that a City 
Manager is a necessity of the time is 
simply to beg the (juestion of solving 
municipal problems. It is proposed 
that an appfiintcc to the office slumld 
be brought from the outside. 1 hat 
means he would come here quite imac- 
quainted with to< pr.dilnn- and 
would have to study them tor a con- 
siderable time before he is even in a 
position to make recommendations. His 
sphere of action would be propor- 
tionally haaduappcd. That, how- 
ever, is merely incidental to the pro- 
posal.' The main point is that no ar- 
gument worth while has been built up 
ill favorcAl 4t9 jnanagerlthip. Until 

the power, ,-,f tlip .iffi'i .ire defined, 

Within the meaning ot tlic Municipal 

^ mm^^%» MaMMni ^^^^^^ — 

sider fh^ propipaal iB.t41it<ntl]r. 

THE LA'l K MK. J W rOLMlE 



Note and Comment 



By R. B. D.^ 



iVh, 



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f n 1 1 ■ II i ji , 1 •. '1 r.| m the 
latest l ederal Budget has been made 
pdeaible, in part at least, beeause rd 
the fact that Canada had an r . . rp- 
tionally god harvest last year. Money 
wfts more plentiful in the country. 
Taxation yiias, therefore, easier to . ol 
le^t. /The Covet^ment budgetted on 
the bklis* Af an averggc crop. l>ut a 
beneficent Providence made that crop 

nuich above the averasTe. .ttirl, ,) ^ a 
cdnsequence, collections were better 
than they have been for ■ number of 

years 'I''n', iil.irr.j the i\ nnie'if 
in a position vvhcic it could no longer 
rvfjttac to acquiesce in the steady de- 
nt ami with whirli 1 ' I ■ . ., ( ,,n- 
fmntcd for so long lor reduced taxa- 
ti^. Tfiis issue of reduction was a 
prominent one in the late ehetion 
campaign. The Government did n -t 
fail to sec th^t much of its uni> opu 
larity was because *«f the heavy im- 
posts which it was maintaining. It 
has given heed and the people will 
benefit to.tlM egicaC' #1 MUOOM 

'I'lie aggregate rfd;Ktif,ns might have 
been greater and the country would 
have profited proportionately without 
tlie eaoae of Government sufferfaig. 

CITY HANAOXR PLAN 



The proponents of a City Manager 
plan of civic govrrnment have yet to 
advance any conclusive argumetits win 
a change should be effected in this 
munieipalttir, ' As a matter of fart, 
about all they have "^aid on the stdi- 
jcct up to date is to point to the ex- 
perience of certain American and 
Canadian e'tir-, I'ld th.it the same 
beneficial results that have obtained in 
these would ensue here if once a City 
Manage r were appointed. The expe- 
rience of other cities, where conditions 
are often totally different, does not 
constitute an argument at all. It is 
conditions, not theories that have got 
to be faced. What the advocates of 
the scheme have failed to ehow is 
what powers should I., i, m , . (,, ^ 
Manager. It is really a questtou of 
what powers he could be given under 

the operation of our present Municipal 
Hy that Act there are certain 



The death last week end of .Mr. 
John Work Tolmie, a member of one 
ot the oldest pioneering families of 
\'ictoria and \irinity. will be deeply 
regretted by the survivors of a circle 
of friends who throvghout nearly 

.seven decades knew tlie Tolmies and 
their works. The late. Mr. Tolmie 
was perhaps not so well known as 
some others of his family. His dia* 
position was a retiring one, but in a 
quiet way hC made ,^ry many close 
friendships- W«d- attracted by his pt i 
soiiality ar qniirit-iner^ 'a lio both ad 
mired his cliaiacici and his keen- 
ness, in thgtirork of, collecting objecta 
of natural history of pemliar interest 
to this locality. His pursuits in this 
direction, Je^ to 'his acquisition of a' 
very valuable' and < k I'^ e ■ ■•h . tion 
of objects in which ins enthusiasm 
never waned. In making that collec- 

ti. ;] 1 I- .il .1 absorl)c<I a goiifl deal of 
knowledge of the history of Vancou- 
ver IsUnd, and the only regret i.s that 
he should not have left some memoirs 
fur the information of succeeding 
generations. 
The late Mr. Tolmie was a staunch 

Mipporter "f l!>e \ f 1 1 r ,i 1 1 ("htirch, 
and, indeed, there ^werc few more 
constant attendants at its services. 
He wa> a Christian in both thought 
and deed whose life has left much for 
others to 'emulate. His passing marks 
' »' ; Ka|. in the rapidly thinning 
ranks of the pioneers of Vancouver 
Island, and it is a gap in a family 
whose fortunes have been botmd up 
in practically every sense with those 
of tins quarter of the Dominion. From 
an old-timers and from many others 
as well who knew and appreciated the 
sterling characteristics of the late Mr. 
Tolmie tliere will be the deepest sym- 
pathy expressed to the surviving 
members of his family. 



We aiiould not lyive scoifed at the 
doiagatef -tho aaiintiAts wito tsredigging 

into the tombs of the ancient rulers of 
''•gypt, searching for the elusive North 
I'ole, proceeding to far countries in the 
liupe of finding the missing link, and 
doing many other things for the 
atteged purpose of adding'to'the'sum 
of human knowledge. One of the ex- 
plorers actually has acconi(nished 
something. 'Hc has determined the 
sex of the Sphinx. He has cstabli.Nheil 
on thchtgbest scientifit data the sexual 
differences between the Kgyptian 
M'binxcs and the Roman ephhsses.. 
llii^ is an educational matter that wa-. 
overlooked or negUcted in the days 
when we w««« WsCkori. psobably be-' 
i.m-e the world at that time grovelled 
111 the deepest depth of ignorance on 
that important subiect. We were left 
to determine tho sex of the sphinx tor 
ourselves — aiid our conclusion was that 
the sphinx was neither male nor 

feuMle. tluiC H was a neutrali 
• • ' • 

So in mature yieara we have been 

taught a lesson, .md never again ^hall 

we scoft at the explorations and 

diggings of high scientific 'authorities,' 

never again shall. wp insiquate thft tin- 

.North Pole might have, remained a 

profound mystery for a very long 

I>eri. d if -nnieonc with more mone\ 

than he knew jwl^t to do with Ii.kI 

not generously "financed" northern 

scientifie exploration expeditions, 
t • • 

And yet something worth wliile may 

be uccomplffhed by the d iimn u: ! in 
trepid adventurers who arc seeking^ to 
rediscover the Pole antiotinced to have 

been diMoirrtd by the gallant Peary. 
I'hc .\rctic expeditions are applying 
the extremes! possible tests to the 

' ties of flying machiiv • tcr 

than air and heavier than air. It tliose 
machines should succeed in flying over 
or floating over the North Pole, such 
feats will estabhsh their capacity for 
establistiiiig swift and direct communi- 
cation with all parts of the world and 

t<ir discoNcring parts . i ili,- ,s . tl(l that 
aie s\ortli discovering ami i|< \ t liipm(.r 



tio» ot the scowls was in the fact that 

poetry had been terturrd'by teachers 

tlicy had. used it fur grammatical 

analyais. f^ the parsing of words knd 

for the study '.of sentence construction, 

and no poefry could be torn apart in 

this manner and still hold a^uQurm 

place in the hearts of children. 
• • • 

No truer words ever came fr^ the 
mouth of man than those that fSsH 
from the lips of Dr Kirkpatrick. We 
j^call the case of a boy who wa* told 
by Ilia teacher to parse, cur aaalyac, or 
dissect, the following vtgPt' (fHOted 
from memory ) : 

"O, Mary, dear departed shade! 
Where is thy place of blissful rest, 
Se'rst thou thy fond lover lowly laid, 
Hear St thou 4be froaaf that rend his 
breaat?" 

And - thslt**- iibhiirred ' HiC) ■name of 
Burns for many a da^ tlKf4tfftr. 

£etter5"*(ptor 

Njl»«««r to th« adltor wtit b« inafrta^ auav* 

••fee. Tl^ rate •aaait* *t m ' 



Mnai«rey Avenue Sobool 
^^y.—l WM very much aurpris^d to 
re; 1,1 a, eomapttnieatlo» in your iaat 
iiunday'a jagiM, haaded, "Oak Bay 
School Thpateaa." Xcom th«» pen of 
Thoa. F. Toung, In which he attempi.s 
persuade the 2,300 raiepayfcs of 



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■ 1 \v 1 .ill.-- lor an expenditure 
Willi \\ I.s intended to build 
a muih-neeaed aaaembly hall, and If 
r underaUnd tfye quc«tlon rightly, to 
serve. In Inclement weather aa a gym- 
nasium and Vhere comfortabls space 
may be furnlahed for phyBleal drill. 

If Mr. Toung be correct In hla 
premtnes, tlu n the Y M.CA. l.s en- 
tirely wroiit; in its eonr.se of phy- 
Niea I f r.i 1 n 1 n L' ' ■ I s 
To., the 

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Act. 



powers that devolve on the elected 

represniLilives of the people, and ihev 

ire powers which will not willingly be 
retinquiahad. they are powers, in- 
leecl. which cannot he relinqaished 
under the raprcscnutive form of fov- 
emment. 

W hat powers w.,nid « City Manager 
have that the City Comptroller has not 
got today ? We are open to enlighten- 
ment on the subject Wontd a Citv 
Manager be able to exer , i w ,• i 
over School Board expendiiuics lie 
could not nalesa the fraaiework of 

legisl.i'1 'I .'11 tlic sid.;i I I . re 

changed \V ould he have the power to 
say what taxes slionM be collected, or 

•'ic- . V i-endit in " - iiii|,;|i( made? 
Mo>t deudedly he would not have any 
such powers, for these arc powers in- 
Wrent in elected .representativea and 

I 'fner stone in the strtirtiir(» o' 
I rpicscntativr government. We are 

told that <«'<!)ity Manager would keep. 

1 herk on eJtpendifurrs There is sm h a 
check existing throughout ihe depa-i 
meats of the City HmJI »t the present 



No de^amsent can exceed its L^nre witj),g biMlia o(L 4lH' 



The experience of the aeroplanists 

and halooni'ts is that the tempera 
turc falls rapidly for the first few 
miles up in the air. It has been es- 
tablished that il (<ases to fall at 
about eight miles up, a fact discov- 
ered through experiments with toy 
balloons. The limit of the informa- 
tion secured by toy balloons is JO 
miles, but a study of meteors extends 
knowledge up to SO miles. Professor 
Turner, ( f Oxfn- ! '.ivs that th-- at 
mospherc becomes aiiually hotter in 
a certain region in this upT>er strata 
and that the ■ In i^fr Sr, m- s tii.pical 
as regards temperature. Why this 
should be the case has not been ex- 
plain. .1 ..11 ! is now the subject of 
reseat ■ h \ new feature of the upper 
air has i.een revealed ^t no practical 
value may attach to aneh ebaerva- 

tions at 1e.is. >. r onie time to eomr, 

until man can make this upper at- 
mosphere a travelling medhim. 

The site lor the new buildings of 
the Leafuc of Nations has been pur- 
chased for £4.S,200 It is situated 
near Geneva on the right bank of the 
lahes close to the International Labor 
Office building and a short distance 
from the present Secrrtj' if The 
general achcme of the new Conter 
ence Han ia to be wtlined by an in- 
ternational inrv .if arrlitert. ind 
when the acheroe la prepared there 
will be an international competition 
for «'" ••••• '.lidding to be 

opened in alt countries that are mem- 
bers of the Leegtie. ' 

The rrovincial ijovernment of 
Ouebee dnea not wish to have any- 

Ihincr d-. thr Irderal T.-vern 

menf Kural Credits scheme. As Tb' 
Montreal Gavette says: "Qnciec aid* 
It, 'arnier. h^ helping them to help 

»hem«elv»-*. ii i« no part e.f iK,. 

Provincial policy to h 



There may of course be .-oim ihnii.; 
worth discovering and develoiiing Ix 

tv\een the northern p.iit^ ol Canada 
and the place where tlie Nortii Pole 
is theorectically supposed to be planted 
with the Stars and Stripes floating; 
IrMiniid aiitK .ind defiantly from its 
•M" • 1 1 -mil discoveries arc made 
i Canada will occttpy an important 
strategical position in relaltV.n t<. them. 
Canadians will be in the best position 
to take advantage of them, for they 
oerupv nr.4ri ii! the adjoining territory, 
and will not care what flag flies frenn 
the pole so long as they retain a pre tcr 
ential position for doing a profitable 
busiHess with the people of that as 
yet practically undiscovered countrv 
and as.sisting ilmse peOple' in the work 
of developing their trenie. ! i natural 
resources. If there is an> law nialcrial 
up there that can be used to advantage. 

we shall see Ihit if i^ ti..t ^ei7■ed ,ind 
exported in its crude state for the en- 
richment of the people of an alien 
country. 

• • •. 

There is another education.,! matter 
to which our attention has been 
directed. Among the many scientific 
educational authorities who have been 
fellinc Canadians what they shotild do 
in order to give their children a com- 
plete education is Dr. W. W. Ct-arters, 
of the T 'niversit \ '.t Chie,<^o. ail in- 
stitution whose professors have dis- 
covered many astounding things. Dr. 
Charirr ,. , red a rather re- 

markable thing, lie has discovered 
that there are really no honest men in 
the world. He ailmits ibat there may 
be men in the world who are ap 
proximately honest, but he will not 
concede more than that. He declares 
"that there is nf. such thing at a con- 
sistently honest m,Tn.'* 

• • • 

Although born m Canada the Doc- 
tor has been living in Chicago for 
many years, and his environment may 
account for his mean opinion of his 
fellowmen. Hc may have hunted 
around, after the manner of a pkiloso* 
pher of another age (with a lantern, 
of coursct) for an honest man, and 
found nothing but bank robbers, boot- 
leggers and dive keepers He may 
have seen one of the murders com- 
mitted that is committed everv day. 
Hc may even have seen a and 
a half a day. for we are told that there 
were more than five hundred and fifty 
murders committed in Chicago during 
the year 1925. 

• • • 

But it is hardly fair to jrenerall^e ' 
on the subject of honesty and respect 
for the law from the single case of 

Chicago. The vearlv ratio of mtirrl, t> ) 
has increased in alt the large cities of 
the United 'States, H is true, but it is 
also true that m.". ■ ' nine 

out of any hundred ot the citucns of 
the Unifed States are just as honest 
and law-abiding as the people of any 

co^lntr^ m the we.rM 

• • • 

Anoilier high f durational Slithority 
addressed the meeting at which Dr. 
Charters saM there were no eon* 
»istf n«!v honest people m the world, 
i he address of Dr. Kirkpatrick was on 
the subject of poetry, and must have 

had a more . herrtiii< ji,d tnore bene 
ficial effect upon the minds of his 
hearm than the speech of his learned 
ront.-" .r I". I'- KirkpatHck said 
poetiy bad too oiten been crushed out 
of the souls of children by the schools. 
W'^ *.*\-\ >t was no uncommon thing 
lor ftiddten <inir their games m 
the schoeilyardi with keenest apprc- 

daiian of tlie nndet ly in g mehsdv. and 



e-xpcrientp of many teach- 
phyalcal tratnlng. Including 
of our public and private 
•choo l o, la an wt fantt. - 

I h%ve trained buadreda of young 
athlete*, Md the very grent majority 
of them are livlnr. virile, robu.st (-«- 

nadlan« that today th.-»nl< tup nn,i are 
grateful for the Ir.-iiTun^' ih.u ,|,.w|- 
oped ttxir vounn l.oilieii and laid tlie 

. r their xplendid healthy 

l.oilifs ill ih»' itresent time. 

A>,'ain, tHke the laaUng sneeaas of 
tlie great outaUnding athlotea of the 
irreat American game of baaeball and 
t-aln, I am poeltive n-^arty all began 
'lie game at a very early age. 

I am eerlairi that Mr. Voung ha.s 
furnlMhed in tliU letter of his the very 
1 < irKuiueni tli.it thr Oiik Bay rate- 
I'.iyejH (.an pwiKihly hiive to vote for 
this particular uihool by-law. 

In concluBion. I wonder If Mr. 
Viiung In his youth or during any 
time In hie Ufa, baa ever experienced 
the pleaaure and positive exhilaration 
following proper phyBleal traininn or 
he may have Intended to spoak rather 
f>f the evll.^ .,!' ,,vrr I i . lining, which 
I admit cannot hp .leiCmlpd. • 
M':<»NAnD TAIT. 

1611 Fell Street, Victoria. B.C.. 
April 18, ItSf. 



1*© Tieagne of Nations 

.'''Ir Mny T eravn a trifle of your 
v.-iliiahip H,,;u o In order to correct In- 
areurate Kt:i|pm*>nt« attrlhuted to 
inyHPlf in the report which appealed 
in Werlnenclay B rolonliit of my addrean 
lo the Overseas I.«ague on "The 
regent Need for World Peace and 
How the League of Nations la Helping 
to Brtng Thla About" 

What I said was "a eopy of i),p 
Covenant of the i.e.ipn,. of Nation?, 
and a Hloirl hiri<n.oo(< dealing with 
■.rixMtiif ion an. I a <i i vlf lej. .-ould he 

' ■ Hiipli. aiton to the Kecre- 

I emherton s Bond Department. 
Pemberton Hulldlng." I atoo Advised 
any o/ my h*ar«Hra wtao mhrht want 
to lie further Informed of the futility 
and Huicidal waatefutnesM of mo, tern 
war to read "The W.tv of Upveintinn • 
by Kwart, an-l "7*ho Willinfr Horse ' hy 
Ian Hay. where this in vividly and 
truthluUy depleted. 

A. a AVKrirr.i, 
1501 Rockland Avenue, Victoria. 
B.C., April 14. use. 



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Monterey Avenne flrhool 
Sir— On Saturday. April 17, the 
taapayera of Oak Bay will he aaked 
to eaet their votes for or aifain.st a 
*>y-Iaw to ralne the »njm of $7 000 
for the piirpoee of rrf.dnc: ."^n ad- 
dition to the Mnrilore> Avonno 
Sehof.I 

Throiich tho iiifdlum of the public 
prew, tho iso.ir.i of Hchool Truateea 
of Oak Hay maJce an appeal to all 
taxpayer* to slve thAr support to 
the project it la the dealre of the 
Board to bring thla achoo] Into lini^ 
with moat modem eehooi huiMinjf..^ 
and give the nuplla n plnr^ wh^r<> 
they may all anwertihle at lea^i . n..^ 
a day for sueh funeiions ns morning 
prayer; for reerlving dlrectlonn eon- 
• ernlnjc the whol« hool. whether 
from the liepHrlriient of Kducation, 
thf Me h col Board or the Principal; 
'.. Kive the public and paventa or 
friends Inureated In the aohool ao- 
Uvltles. an opportunity of joining 
in or wttneaalng their work without 
the diaeamfort of utandlng m a 
draughty hall or beInK forrp,i from 
want of room, to stand out in iim 
grounds. 

Moreover, If U th^^ wish of the 
Board to give tlo- i.uplN n fitting 
place f.. carry out nueh phyalral 
training .im In provided and eneour- 
aced In all good aeheola, and, tt^y 
be added. In which the aahoahi of 
Oak Bay have a tt a ined aueh eplaadld 
reanlta in the paaC 

The Beartf haa alae eonnidered the 
feature of po«MlMe fiitiir« renulre- 
mente In elaaeroom /i( rnin.i i.t t > ,rifi 
thla Awemhly Room i« dealgned so 

that it niny h<> \\nfi\ for rlaasrooin 
work If found neepsnjirv 

Apart from tb^H" purely utilitarian 
features there U also the encoarage- 
ment of school eaprlt d« oorps; and 
thto aptrft recelvea lu chief tlfm nlnf 
m aahaol entonatnmenta. ete. 

The aent of thla addition, it la ea- 
tinsajsi . will be tio oon nnd the Pro. 
vbMI|^ Ooverr im*'^ r already 
tl^^HHIad f I n a n . ' 
p X t e n t • ■ f ■ n ^ ■ M r . ! \t- ,\ , 

munietpal eosi aa ft » c 



di Serf oca between 4hi% enm and 
f7.aa« will ha lh« cist ot advanla- 

ing the by-law and prnvUllug for any 
ppaalble starlnkage in ih« sale o( Je 
benturea. 

Tfcevnaaoal sink lag fand and in- 
tereat cAiargaa, spread over ten years, 

will t>e |9«U 63 per annum and will 
add rouchly 21' mlllM to the rate 
In other words 11 would add 21 i eniM 
lo each 11,000.00 of aaacasment^ fur 
ten yaara iMglanIng ItfT. 

The Municipal rounrll, hy the wine 
In vt-st tn en t of thr Hlnkintc fnnda de- 
poMlteil agalntt' N'hiM>| ln^ln^, has 

uccuraulaled a surplus estlmaf l -i-^ 
sufflelant to dtsaharge the two last 

inntalmenta of thene charges againxt 
the .Viontrrey .\vpnue School by-law 
for the yeaiH of 1927 and au 
there will be a reduct,lon in those 
years of ' the earn 'of |4.1lt.0e an- 
nually, and that a^iool will l>e paid 
for. Another way to put It would 
be to «a> lh.it J:?,1H<1 00 le.v... will h- 
required (or caplUl charges rr..in 
now en. 

It is expected by the Board that 
a Hmall revenue will he otttained 

from the retititiK ..f the hall. 

Ironi I lie l,iv|.a\er>< who hnve 
rhildrpii In the M. ml. rev AvrMiii. 
School thr l;.>ir<l fc.L-( coiif lilrnt .t 
support, hilt It a.sUs .il«o fi.r thr i .■ 
operation and voir ..f ihr i.ixi.«\er 
who has the Interent.s of the M<hi.<.ls 
of the distciot at heart and espe- 
etenr thooe ht the WIHowa asctlan 
who alraady enjoy the many advan- 
tages of the Assembly room nt that 
school. 

E. M M.'i-ONNAN. 

I "h.i I rrn .1 n 

( ■ . . M \ ■. >N \ i 'Hii;. 

, W . W I •. SI ■. V 
W. li. 

J. C lleNBILL. 
High Sehool, Oak Bay Avenue. 

Oak Bay Tt r April 14, IISC. 



.>fr>. Ilani.soii's <;nalM 
Sir,— A number of kindly dl.si>ojipd 
persons have been naturally dlstreaaed 
over Mrs. Harriaon'a lattsr in • recent 
isaue of The Colonist relativa ta the 
alleged shooting at har gnatn by • hay 
with an air gUa. 

The qiiestlen haa been put: "Is the 
HPi- A going ta do angtlUny in tM 

matter ?" 

The .'^ I'C.A., Whleh andeavorji to 
inventigate all complalnta hrouuhl t.. 

its .-vttentlon. received riot; n 

January £8 that the goats hud been 
shot at by bays with an air gun and 
the inapeoter, reeegnlsiag thla aa a 
matter for the . police, raf^Md the 
< om plaint to the chief in whoaa haada 
it was left. 

Ahout Mari h IT .Ntrs Harrison 
notified Inspeet..!' Maiirier» thai onr of 
her goatn ami w^k rtewhi.rn ki'l.^ h.i.l 
(lleil. and said that .she Inlrnileil to 
urii. 1,1 the paper ahout it. which whe 
did. The society again made a)l poo- 
slbte Investigations and eonsuttad two 
veterinary aurgeona. but after work- 
ing over thia case for aome time Is 
uf the opinion that It Is not one with 
whleh the society can deal. 

The S P I'.A. ha.M always ni iintame.l 
th;it It Is .1 inlnla'p for iiiyotir ii. 
pljej weapol.s In I'o' I a :k|s of ' irinL' 

personn. and the law ex|..rs-!. t,iii,.,i 
the use of dangeroua w n.. i v\ >! n 
the city limits or in the hands <.f 
minora. It ia unfortunate that the 
pareata or guardians of young pereons 
eneeurage them to be thoughtlaaa or 
cruel by allowing them to have fl re- 
arms or other Instruments r.ileulated 
to do harm. They nrr chletu- to 
blame In 'he Tir t pli.p for an> nil- 
u.se t o w 11 ' I' I I , .. • , - , I ,c fiiii 

The eorn mil tpr of Ihe tJ.i'.l'.A. ia 
extremely sorry for Mrs. Harrtaon's 
misfortune, but the case la one which 
doas aoa eonse within the aeepe of 
the aoeiety. 

D. KITTO, 
Hon. See .s fm ■ a 
Victoria i:ran. h 
.117 .-Wayward RulMlng, Vlcteri.'i 
H.C'.. April 14, 192J. 



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StMllatlris .Agatat 

Sir. Another eareful analysis piih- 
lished by the Bureau of Information 
of the United Church of Canada in- 
forma the world that the result of the 
merger of last year baa "Jaatlfled ail 
expectations." 

With one-third of the I*reabyterlan 
I'hurrh refusing to enter the merger, 
with thf^ two loading colleges, the 
only eollepes whose destiny has thus 
far been d^-term Ined, narnel), Knox 
follege, Toronto, and the I'reaby- 
terlan College, Montreal, deftnHely 
within the Preabyterian Church, one 
is eonatralnad to aak vrhat the expee- 
tatlosta o( the t^nlonlats really wsre 
TMd ttM Unionists, with PHnelpal 

'i.rndler amonir Ihrlr le.iilert- li lt . X- 
peet to carry Knox CollPKe with thrm 
into the I'nion? Did not the I'nion- 
isis who in the General Aasembly of 
last year diamlsaad PHnelpal Fraser 
and Profeaaor Bakln, of Montreal Col' 
lege, becauae of their oppoaltlon to 
organia union, appointed a Unionist 
aetlng-prlnelpal, and by telegraph 
authorlxed their frlrnds In .Montreal 
to taUr Imrn'ili.itr posKPHfilon of the 
liiillillio- .xf'Pi' I" i.-itrv that ln«tl 
tutlon with them Into Union? Old 
our Uniontat brethren expect that 
one-third of the Preabyterian Church 
would dec Tine fe follow them into 
Union? 

To ask lhr«f ()n<»st|on'< I" to answer 
them. The merger of i.i>i' Imp'' srmi 

to have had some strange fffprt.i It 
haK rither rhanif'-.l the meaning of 
words, or it haa exerted an unlooked- 
for psychological influence en those 
who have taOaa under its shadow. 

The Bureau, while giving certain 
ngures. is careful not to mention the 
netual numhers of members voting In 

f.ivor of .init .(lairi'st iiriii.n ! ii ilir \oi. 
ordered h> th» r.jrli.i no. . .r itriadri 
Instead. It deals with i < r rni.tKeR in 
in a manner not guite clear. U de- 
elarae: "Tt la Mtersatlng ahm to note 
that only slightly aver thirty par cent 
of the whole memlMmhip of the Pr«a- 
byterlaa Church in rae oi > Mited 
against entaring the t'niir i ch irfh" 

It would hnve he^-n runtp n ■ ir,i,rp„t. 
Ing and quite ay trnr to hai e do 
f'ured th.it if otilv Dirty per eent 
voted against entering the United 
Church, a atUl smaljer peipeantage 
voted m favor of that step. Tka aetaat 
nnmhera reglatered In that vote, ae- 
cording to the last ad vie r r. in 
favor of I nion. 111.77 V hi 4 . »» 

I nlon. ii< ifiT The r-andor ' •'. 
Iliireau would not h • .. « ■iirT'^rr.i 

II been stated th.it , K itrhriv undar 

"iberahlp 



hihlY M AHS AGO TODAY 



ampcr agncul | o\er -oine le^»on in literature whieh ' J 

*HT! .1^2^^ '«* bwi*. The cgplana- j 



OslealSl e( A»rM X%, tSTSY 
Rmavajr A oaiaassaa'e Im*s» nw swsjr rselertfar •txmmr^T, %n^ 'ri,h,,„.,^ 

M.^rr, .„4 rrV. IMS* Stas4aw Va*«S UlrsSt. Tit* l*tt»f ^11^ fyll Jif 

.1.,-, „,.,, j,^^ ^>,^» r*nMMt«iv. hewever. wHb*«< 

'» ■ ' « a "r> a g *• 

/u'"" • ' '• "» TH. nrM««4«an is tk« 

l~-,l M^u.' .r—rhM «n th- r.,;.. . ,rt,»»»n»«. «f rWmlaloe 

r.»»na. .n^ ,.p.n4ltsr. In ih. tr.v.n.. . r - , . , „„ ,„,, 

s* fanMsit utr.e... TT,.f<.. 

e«aas^«a is th» ~ 




A Dinner Isn't ALL 

^^^^ * " -an \- • 

Food 



I 



I 

P'S cutlery . . . it's linen . . . \i\ j.;lc.imiiio -nsg and 

prettily p.ittrni«l'chin«i - Aiul hn au.-f \\ oilrr's hgvc 
.pcciali/c«l in the buying of these items for more than sixt\ 
years, you quite naturtlly are able to get better selection an<l 
better values here. 

VVbile y. .11 rail buv the very finest quality chiti.i. .i^lass l^td sil- 
ver at \\ eilcr's, yOu can a!si> ^'ct inexpensive kindft, toa \ . . 
and the quality will really surpn.se you. 



WEILER'S 



and you'll find a big saving can ha 

household needs at Wcilcr's 

Government Street 



(Opposite Postofiicc) 



who had not voted to retain tho Pres- 
byterian fhurch had not voted to 
enter the United Chureh. Nor would 
there have hern \iol(>ni e in truth had 
it liecn deelar. il ih.n \ .tut numhers 
wer<. denied th. priNilege of daohtflng 
themaelves on either aide. 

ThM« are elhar phaaaa u> the elate 
ment of the Bnraav a( Information 
'hat tenipt erttlehnn. But I ferh«ir. 
Indeed it Is to be regretted that it has 
I.een made necessary to oreup\ \inir 
(■(«liimn« lit all after thi> r'r'. Linked 
i-orit roverwy that tulniin Hfil m the 
disriiptuMi of the Presl.\ i <m.i n ( hureh 
last year. That aorrowfdl Incident ia 
passed. I deeply deplore the leas sus- 
tained by the defaetioa of so large i 
numt>er of our mlnlaters and peu|>ir 
They have followed the path ih.i- 
^epnled to them right Those who 
did not fcll.iw I hem w<'re equally 
within their rlshta .Now that they 
have gone, is it too mueh to ask that 
they should leave alone those who 
have chosen to remain by the old 
church to work out her own destiny 
In the servlee of Oed and the nation? 
• -harlty is sUU the greateet thing in 
1 he world. 

W I.K.SI.KY iI,.\V 
.St. Andrew H Church, Victoria, B.t 
April IS. i»se. 



systems 

I savin.; 



prove or grfst 



that would 

o I In- I If > 1 . ,. 

right in, in with up to d.iip ajt^rcsplv o 
I le ..1 iiifrly he roiii,| imprgM-M Mir 
meihoaa of doing things. 

Several ImpertaM mattera hava. 
gene thtoagh the CHy Council in re. 
"oant" yngfwtlmt r~ am absolutely 

Oppeaed' to. The expert iidvlee wn 
received did not jiaii.^fv rn \' h 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 •■" 

irilt'Iligeiir,. ,11,1 I .,rii n..' t\ 

means alune. Therefore. I aiaiiU lor 

a cry.au« af the CTty-Mnaagsr aahems^ 

J. A. nVAKK'.s 

ISIl Fairfield Road. VletorU, B.C.. 
AprU 14, l»Sf, 



City Manager Plan 

HIr,-- I uni afraid Aldermnn Iloimo.s. 
wrItlnL- ill t<ii|,i\'., I'olorii.-.i iv , miiIp 

■ ■ 'f ' ' . r ' I < I ! ! I ; . I •■ ; M „ ri M . 1 1 II I llO 
' ' ' ' < . lU Ml o ,v ,1 t.l 1 ll \ I II a |ip< >l II I .1 
..■.III.-.!,!, toil iii.i ii.iKfi .My l»-tler was i 
in reply lo Mr. OUIespIc who implied I 
we were now In the hands of "pro- 
fsaaional aldermen." If auch la Ihe 
eihe. then those aldermen's aelectinn 
of a City Manager would be ui"n^ 
llnej» n«»t liable to dlnturh their ' fi. 

fein.«|rin.-l I" rontrrd Thr Itrni.-li . 
and .\riii\ .ire i n \ ,i t i .U> 1 \ t:o\ criipd t.\ 
nifn who rmc |,, i.io-nirril nhilu\ 
iii.xi.lo Kwii I'StK.'iv. oi nl/.i I lotm 
'i|,. \- 1^, (ho . ina.li.in r.i. iflo 

1 favor the managerial plaa. Can- 
didly it la mr aplttion tliai if a com- 
petent * outsider waa empowered to 
step into Victoria and given a free 

hand to overhaul and Investigate the 
varloiiH departments that f■on^^t it u i .> 

our i-ivlp goveriwni m I . r.ii,j-lii u...~,,^ 
than repay the in\i «ii(i< n' ]|,. might 
inquire Intf) lh<' I'nliit. iiy Orant, for 
Instanee, of |2ii,0no and see exaetly 
how that large sum Is spent and what 
net tMnetlta the ratapayara pf Vlctorls^- 
derive from it. Many people are dfaK' 
aatlaaed. ^ 

He mlgnt rearraage. departmenta' 
work, altering eertain present 



NgtabU Anni versaries 

I'harle* Monia„-,j(>, ISarl of llilif.i^. 
" I. I 'll u Hi.rton, Northampton- 
' \p>ii 16, isfi. He won 
a fairly hM(h repuUtion aa a aiatee> 
man and a poet, though In the latter 
field hla acMevementa were not 
great. His first bid f«r promlnenoe 
In polities w a.« a.- n nit nilicr of the 
eonventloii \vti:,ii r.\'.o I \ itmi Wil- 
li im .inil ,M,i/v Mhould l.c called to 

til'- Mriti^ti throne. He was naturally 
a fHvorit. with King William, hut 
hla own ability waa au^Mgnt to se- 
cure his advUMemeni. The prae* 
tice of borrowing money for war 
expenaes, thus originating the na- 
tional dehf. inste.i.i of l< i\ Mij; , V 
t.nxeK, i^< rrf-ditp.l to imn T'o- . 
I i.sh III I n ' 1 1 f till I : I 71 1 ■ . f I , • I.; : 1 II ! . . ■ 
tlie pUn mhiliitted hy William i'al- 

I rsoM wiiH due to Montague'a action 
In Parliament. His wish to encour- * 
age men of talent is shown in hla' 

appointment of Rir Isaac Nowion as 
Master of the Mint and his securing 

of a eornmlsalntierHhlp for Addison. ' 
llf> tf)f)k a i.r oin ifif- tl f |,.,rl in noi;..||j|_ 

• " i;' I lo. II o . . .,, o( I :t • ',, ■ I ,, ■ ,) :,, ol - 
Uml and In aaauring Iho llanuverian 
•II esslon. The Barl of Halifax, 
whose name was given to the capital 
of Novta Hcotia, was a relallve of the 
earl ahave referred, to, who d'ted 
without *<tlrect Issue in 17H, 

Earl of Chester TrwiB 

i.oNDON. .April li.-J|«raygUng gn^ 
der the Incognito of the "Sari of 
Chaster," the Prince of Wa*«s today 
left for Blarrlts- fof a short va m 1 1 on . 
He was accompanied by Rricidier- 
Oaneral /lerald F. Trotfer. hi i rnotn. 
ln-wa!lting. Jli'larco er owd ehf r I <m1 I ho 
Prince aS hi* train left 





»M H[ ALTM GIVING 

f.No i 

■- — i'^i " — . 



EVO lg tworld rcnowMd. For $0 yean «nd 
never varied in quality or punly Its mQ^ 



more ENO has 
. , . effect on tb* 

human system haa earned for it universal favor and a permanent 
place as thgWgWldrtafcof Anglo-SMton men. women and chil- 
dren The sun never sets on ENO'a "Fruit Salt ," so wid 
IS its distribution and so universal the dfOMUkd log It. 

Druggist 8 everywhere aell 

EHO'S 

-FRUIT SALTl 



HaroldF.nMWe 



4*M«a« 



Ji 





THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. I'KIDAN . Ai'KlL Uk 1^>2<i 



BtTABISHBD IttS 



Uiiw Wilk ii tlxM With a Swii 

ARCH imiill^ ftKMES 

H , /kRCH VI 




Off 



LA PARISIENNB SHOES 

We Are Exclusive Selling Agents 

Maynard's Shoe Stora 

649 YaM« tCTMt Phone 1232 

WHSKE MOST PEOPLE TRADE 



Home Products Fair 

At tlw AmiorfM Till* WMk 

fic Sure and Sec Uur l.xhiNit 

The Red 4f Cross Workshop 



384 6 Johnaon Street (Ju*t Below Oort ) 



PboDC 2169 



Right HeK MadeinBX. 

They arw a^icnM vahM, tee. Yoe cm UkntUy them bf tW 

Keystone Trade Mark 

which ippcars on every hook. Be surr fo specify "Kcystonr Rrtnd." 

Your fevorite dealer ba* UicM foo4 Books er eta get them pImmi* 
toff No. S79t. 

SMITH. DAVIDSON & WRIGHT, LTD. 

Maniilacturcr* aiiU VVhulcsale Paper Dealers 

m Yatee Street VldMa, MJC 




PRINTINO 



LITHOORAPHmO 



PRINTING 

To Be Jiffective 

Must Have Character 

There is a reputation of over fifty years standing behind 
oorwork. 

THE COLONIST 

Commercial Departnu-nts 
Phone 197 Htoad Street 

"Buy Better Printing and Get Bigger Ke»ulu" 



V»«-foHir. tiiii< Rxrlnal** rinnn HoaM 



"Willis' 
Baby 
Grand 



PAINTING 

ra#«ftMi«lae. UwratlBg. Mai— l»».e 
Be>** BMSMBkl* 

PhMirook A Corrki 



Mi M- 



Grand upon which you 



•II 



■STiMATM raaa 



BESTmANO 

COAL 

Vidoria Fuel Co., Ltd. 

1203 Broad Strvct— Phone 1377 
A. SL Qrahafli S. M. Browa 



C4U upon 11 and learn how we ean 
make it possible for you to own 00c. 

Willis Pianos 

LIMITED 

•t Fbooe C\A 

Street Ncl 



1 003 



Th9 Wtmiker 



roiociMi Of(l«., Vlet.Ha. •.C. .t I 



P m., April Vt, 



TMU* 



KIntllins Wooil 

nimmU iMd. fS.I.t: OonbW IjamA. t* ** 

LEMON, GONNmilCO.,LTB. 

2324 Oovemment St Phone 77 



■aATtraa 



viriaria «* 



Mm \\»x 



Kamlonp. 

I«ark»rvlll. 

I'rinr* R.p«rt ■ 

Ks(»raa 

I '»>»•••, T.T. . 
t'Hlvarr. Alta . 
VViiinlp'K. Man. 
Pirllani), Dr*- 



I • t * • « 
• t « • • i I 



(» 
4( 
IS 
S4 
4« 
IS 
4t 
1< 
K 



"Whe waa the firet AberdenUn 
meatlened in th« Bible*'* 

"Ipeah. when he toek In two 
•hatte!* 



Wa Aie Afcms far 

Karn Pianos 




Brautifttlly 5nishc4, neat, attrer 
tiv<^ Bi e4« l i at very HMdmitr 



Will Rivf >oii good Irrm.i 



Street ^ELN I W H4Q 
Pianos Phonocraphs Radios 

;i 



-<an rranclaoo, Cal ^^ 

s«attl. (4 

^'poVan. 4( 

f r ' 'rion 41 

^ " 4S 

' : r aii.i Fork* , 4S 

N»l..n tS 

''ranbrMk ti 

F,<lninntan |t 

Pr(nr» Alb*rt 4t 

Swift rurr*at 4t 



s : 

T t 
K 
14 

in 
12 
tA 
(« 

74 

• 2 
«• 
71 

• 4 
1.1 
■ 7 
«7 

T A 

10 

(• 
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so 

• 4 



IJU Appall* SI 

W«t>1fMf>Ar 

Mailm.m 117 

Mtnlmum 4) 

A»»rM» . ^ « 

MiNlni.m <«' I*!* tT»»» 

Bright »iin»hin' : h i i'« «« mlnut*a 
O'ltrral »tat» ihr rlnixtr 
Fi > R F< \ . 

Virtnria and VIclnllx Frrah ta kisli 

■nuthrrir aN4 wMiwly wiaas: es e welly fair 

» n .i wa r rn 

. r,,-o,i, .r ,n 1 \-|r»nUy te kick 

.t>/i ..... -' . wine. tlM O.lf: 

... ,ti, '|.. »n.1 w,'" 

\ I. txria Harntnal*r, 2* IS win<1 v> *« 

Van<~nu**f 'll«r*iii«t«r, tt.tS. wlad. t> 4 
"^'^pa^ -naMMMSsv. te.Te! elaa. W. 4 

'»», (air. 

Hark.rrlll. — ll a rsi m »l.r, MiM; eair^- 

rrinr» Roprrl naramaor »«•« . 

f a 111 

K"»»i-»B rniat — earoin^irr. .i^b*. w,n i 
h « ■ rata. 

T.'»-<.>^ x.pMMftr. taest wtea. a. t* 

m ilaa l^ud v 

P«rilan<i Or..— Ba f SWSlsi . W.H: Wtfi<l 
^ w « miu> fatr. 

....... D.r^HMt... 9e.t«: wtea. aw.. 



;<an f'ran<-ii 




LOWEKAyimOBIlf 

duues announced 



I'KK C KNT 

Tariff Of) Motor ( arit < twllns Mort- 
III SI. MM lo H<- llrAweHk 
to tlVk 



OTTAWA. April IS. — Tariff 
rhanffon annoiinrvd hy Hon .1. A 

Kiilih. .MliilhK'i <'t h'iMfliH !• Ill 
liu'lim iililrf'SK In I lie lloujte loduy 

ini iiiit' ii ifdii' I loriK III (be aatles on 

.1 U t "niiibl l«-K .iH fiilliiu -I 

l>ut.\ nn MUiiiiiiiiliiii tt ,i( rciail vain* 
not more than and on met -r 

irucka aiMI metoreyclae redueea lo 
20 per rent aaaerel tariff; 17 H p> r 
r#nt InterniMllate; IJIH r»ni 
itrKi.sh |irefs>r«nce. On .i m nniohilj-.s 
\,iliifil it mor* than $1 -"n. Ki nrr.ii 
i.inff r'-flii'.il lo -' 7 I""! ' ♦'fit 111 
I ■■! 111 ' . I.. ': .x |...| rem, Uilll-li 

l.rff.l • II. . I.. I ■. |MT cfnt. 

To «ncuiiraKf i'wnadUin •tttomot>ii>- 
induatry drawhacK of Sf per cem 
will be paid on materiala uaed m 

Mianufarfur. of at>ov<»-mrntlornl 

rnotiir \i-lii.l> ,.. |ii ii\ idt il tli;ii .it li-a.st 
flft,\ |)< r » ol ilie oojtt of the lin 

<i ertlolaa, la pre d aoed la Can- 

aila. 

OUser Oteaipee 

Cocoa beane: fhereeeed In cenerai 
larlff. tl.SS to 12 per IM pound «, 
('orreep«nndlna Inoreaae made In ee*- 
lain cor on prodoeta. 

<'i>rr<M-. i.;reen: VVee aa4er Brtti")' 

P r . f r.- n. 

' i . I'KVI s I ,1 . ., r ; ■! I in . t. - '.• <<•«• .1 H'l 

rtiMiwriKil. llaU'it rfdijifd tn <otii 
piliinre with West Indira aKrf enifn i 

Bananaa: Free under all tarlffn 
hut Uovarnor-in-CouncIl given powi r 
"> iBipoae duty of fifty cents undrr 
-eneral and (ntermedlate terfffi^ 
^avlnsr them '^t." under BrltMh pref 
. rrnre when Hi.;i.|'.nl dlrerf, 

I'lneapplfM: \\ i ■ ■ .inMsrlit tina, 
riitc r^(1iJ<'«-i1 tYxm \ ■ kiiIs a [lOUnd 
1.1 ..-rii iiii.li'r l!riil.sh ()r»-'f er<'iicf 

nif.il i;<'Il.r;i| t.il'.ff In- 

■ ■ 1 ♦'.i . I ' I n ; 1 ' I ... 1 1 1 r I 

.s.'fdh Tree seeda tor reafforeata- 
.111 (III fr***- llat. 

Sugar: For refinlna. teetlna ninety - 
.X d e ffi e ea ttf -pelartaBrttea; ie < iw* d 
under the Brltleh preference. lt.ttS 

ceniii per 100 pounda, that Is from 

4ri rents t<i 2h "1? i fiits I'nipiirtlnn- 
.ile re(lucttuii.<< iiiaile In the duty on 

siiKar e( other deareee o< polarlna- 

tlun. 

.An/ro.«niri III'!.'!'- ImportPii li 
'^htp direct: Htiti.-^^h preference to h- 
per aalloii compered with 
preeent duty of |iu. 

apongee: Theee bow pey \t% per 
oeat Brltleh prefereaee and t% v^^ 
cent under Brltleh Weet Indle.s 
agreement of 1920. They are to be 
free under the British preference. 

Tini.l.itp; Of claHH or kind not made 
In I'uM.iilii. free, iinilrr I'.ritlsh pro- 
fer^rii ' Hutiahlo at .^ |iir rrnt under 
t'l'- interirHiliate iiml Rfnerwl t.irlff.^ 
I l .tin,'*- niHde, announced .Mi Kohh 
for I hi henefit of the canning In- 
il ijst r\ 

V\>r I'^rni rurjxi-cM 
PanteurlserM and ii.i.mrnt for 
X<'nerHtlnB plectrh il imwi^r fur farm 

pu > if'^fi^ I'li's r.-.li|ir.1 miilrr I'.ri' 
l-l' • . • .. .. I I • « n' ! Ml I ' . 1 

Int I I irir.l 1.1 . .. and general tariffs lo 

10 per rent. ProportioBel redWbtionn 
lade on the raw materiel, 
iilteet caettnga: In rough for menu- 
tacture ahetgwm. dety red a ced nndew 

ceneral tariff 'to IS per eent. ' 
vdnern' eafety lamp" lo 

• ■\rii on belt and caji ..im;i fm 

•Minoin and part*. 

.M.H hiiier> fm iivr cnl\ In jinirlui 
InK mill fine. I oil or frrillljtrrs frmii 
■■li.ilf I'lit nn /i or Ilr^t anil r.vrmir 
('mil Males I .n X 

Aircraft engines and complru 
parte: Free, under Brltleh prefer- 
ence, dutiable at 7% per cent under 
I he Intermediate and 10 per cent 
under the general, until July 1. 1928 

Kthylen'* rivrol tiaed In the nianii- 
factui ■ ' 1. , ' . 

l/<>Kanl>crr}' V%iiic .Sugar 

Ninety •nine per cent on sugar used 
In manufacture of loganberry wine. 
Blghty per cent on ertlflelal ailks, 

tops and waste until January 1. 193K 
KlRhty per rent on artificial silk 
yarn Importe,] under tariff item »*.! 
A. when linr>orted prior to January 1. 
192K. ami iiianafactared bofore Jan- 
uary 1. 191'". . 

Ninety-nine per cent on cellulose 
acetate In powder form when im- 
ported after April 30. 1927, and be- 
fore November 1, ltS7. and manu- 
factured before December 1. 1937. 

Blghty per cent on yame produce j 
from cellulose acetate, dry. npun 
when imported after Orloher 31. 
193S. and prior to August 1, 1927. 

riianutaeiured before faptembcr 

! ilu.M 1 that after Ianuar> I 
•yi",. beneflin of the Brliisb preferen- 
I il tariff shall apply only to goods 
conveyed direct to a eea or a river 
port of Caaada. 

Taxation on earbonlc acid gaa as 
apectfled In schedule two ef the Im- 
perial War Bevenue Act, i^pealed. 



A certain doctor in an eld eethed- 
ral town had two extremely pretty 
children. One day a lady passing two 

small t)o>'^ heard one nay i,, the other: 
•'Tho«c pretty lllilr jjIrN over there 
are (he dortor'v di I M re n '" 

"Tes, I know," said the other. "He 
keepe the beat fer hlmaelf.'* 

.'^tiatford husband. I struggled lo 

v-x Misrrled aad new I amwvle to 

live. 




lyireciatetfae 



wear and eosMbvc 

JAKGFR pure wool 
gLTincnta forail^iorta 



out •»^H iill^boui ISAO. when its price 




Oil Painting 6f Husband Given Lady Byng 




iiAKUN ilV 

FORMER offlcere of the (Canadian 
Corps presented fJeneral Lord 
Bynir of Vliny, their former corn- 
nianili.| .luiiiiK a peiiml of the war 
111 f'liiiii- with a t 'unadian-inude 
nmlui V .^i -;.eii.iMy Iiullt at Oahawa 
for uae In i^Jngland. The prMentatlon 
waa made on the ninth anniv'eraary of 
the capture of Vlmy Ridge — April 9, 
It 17 — at Oovemment House, Ottawa, 
by GeneraV Sir Arthur Currle. who 
succeeded Oenernt Byng as command- 

I I 'I : h i. 1 ' 1 II 1 . 1 1 , r ' orpe in Fr.i nl■^■ 
l . 1 ! ■> r. ■. 11 I ! . • 1 sent eil \k 1 1 h .1 

■hi . ; i , I , . , ■ ,. r 11 |. 1 I :i I I I I uI" 

her diMtiiitfuiahed liusband, wiiicli waa | 



.NG OF VIMY 

done by Mnjor Ernest Posbery, 

-VC.R.A., of ()tt:iv 1 1 I. iilink- lior 
tr.aii painter i.f ihf Iduninlon. who 
.--erve.l iiiiiler (,. iieiul Hvng in France. 
ThiH painting, which Is a atriklnK 
likeneae of liord-Byng, eh ow e him in 
the froek coat uniform of a faaerai 
of the Brttlah army. Lord Byng'a ter.ii 
as Oovernor-Oeneral of Canada ex 
plrea next September when he will 
return i:n. i.u .i i i.. ..'n. . ■ i,f the 
preMen. .11 lull.-, w.is i,, i\|.i.-.. |,, uiu 
►iilile liil<en.« I he e?<t».eni iiil ifl' iLi 
ii'i l.oril and L~idy Uyng hy the for 
mer offlcers of the Canadian forces i 
and by Canadlane yeoeral^. | 




Spring 
Goats 

Are So Smart 



\\ lu'tlicr it i>- .1 ! ii! ic! coat ■>( 

t \s cfi 1 I.f 1 >Hf 111 I ! I ( ' n 1 1 ! \ H I ii.i 1 1 \ 

«lcMglK*«l llloUt'l> ot llt<tlinCIK' <'I 

Potret twill, one will have nh dif- 
fievlty ii^ ciHKMiinf a coat that ia 
htoonringly amart. 

The new < . iccta are included 

ill f lu' ^ 1 1| I 1 ,1 1 1. i --i I cr T 1 1 n \\ ' irll \^ C 

are now ^lu>vvlllg at iirico Iroin 

$25 to $45 



7Jt-730 
Yataa Street 




Phona 




SEE THEM AT TNE 
HOME 

PRODUCTS 



.\ll)iuii Stoves, 
Ranges and 

\'\:'-".;icr< arc 
made III Victoria. i!Scr) i^e- F M IR 
tail of mafiufacturing is done r AIH 

in X'ictnri.i l.v X u ti.iia l,il...r " 
— iroin pig iron to luuilicd product. 



Albion Stove Works, United 



2101 Covernnieat St. (Comer Pembroke St) 



PHQNS 91 



HOME TAA CUT 
ALL ALONG UNE 



MABRIBD MESru CXBMPnOV 
BAUBD FROM •MM 
TO fS.aOA 

SillRlc M<-n ^HlMri«•s I %ciiipl I p lo 



I 



Sl..'>0<> — itato Will Apply 
Tax Payablo Thfai Month 



r 



OTTAW.X, April 1'. .\Tiiendment..J 
to the income tax will mean .i lower 
rate on smaller Incomes. Upon the 
amount of the Income In excesx of the 
etetutory ekemptlons the rate of the 
(Iret taxable fS.OOO or any portion 
thereof will be 9 per cent en the 
amount; in eXcenn of mio hut not 
In exceaa of $3.fHHi. .i per lent; In 
excem.H of $.1,000 hut not In e.tceHS of 
$4,000. 4 per cent, other changes are 
made In higher Incom^. 

Under the reductione in income tax 
announced by Hon. J. A. Robb In his 
budget speech in the House of Com- 
mons this afternoon, the sAlarlcM of 
II I . i men \< it li . oit i| c | n- n 'I f ni w i M 
I" 'veinpt lip I.. $ "! ood. or an in- 
i ie.ixe of II nil" II the exemption. 

Th> exemption fur single persons is 
Increased from fl.O** to |l,i§9. 

The Income exemptlona will apply 
on 192S incomes on which the tax la 
payable on the 20tb of this month,. 

In nuhmitting his ineome tax pro- 

I 1 . N .Mr Hi.l^h ("aid: 

Htppllv iMir financial and com- 
mercial poKitlon 11 ..v eiiahles ii- to 
make a very substantial reduction in 
the Income taxee. With a desire to 
make^ available new money for de- 
velopment our propoeals provide re- 
^|Mtfonft.att along the line. In the 
revlafon of the income war tax act. 

a (1 1 .it I 111 t I m I li.iM lireii in.uie h'-tween 
ViMil> '-.irniin.'^ .Hill Inciiiiii <|i'rue(| 
ft'irii II . I .Ml tne nt .1 The ail i- th'W 
prenonied In a new and Icpr com- 
plicated form, one which will make 
the tax eaaler to calculate and, we 
believe, eanler to pey. 

"Bonn flde householders will enjoy 
the aame exemptions an married per- 
sons. Where a husband and wife ha\e 
esch a separate Income exrertllnK 
tl 'iii'i each will receive .m i xeniptlun 
of tl.fiOO, aa compared with 12.000 
previously. 

"An Income of persona) companies 
Incorporated for the purpose of evad- 
ing the tax witl be considered a 
dividend to the shareholders and 
l.ixed «ccordlni;I.\ " 

What the niarrleil person without 
dependeiitfi p i > r< now ;ind will pay 
under the budget propoaals Is shown 
In the following table: 



/.VLiA. — There paaaed away on 
Wednesday evening at the Royal 
Jubilee Hoapltal. after an lUneee lam 
Ing two years, caused through tii 
effecta of his services ovemea.^ \i 
bert Paul Zsla. axed forty-iipln 
yeara, a notlve of linKlaml, and i 
resident of ihiH city fm the lani fif 
teen yearp. Deceased, who for nisPN 
\ears was an employee of the B.A. 
I'limi « 1. . ari'd went overaeas In the 
88th liattalion, and waa a member 
of the 5tb ^Heglment band, ia eur- 
vlved by hie widow, two eona. Bert 
and Oeorge. and 4>ne daughter, Mrs 
H. Lynn, all of this citv The ho<l\ 
la reatinx at the Thoin.wnn I unei 
Home. 16l'.i C^uadra ytrm '■ .i 
whence the funeral will t:iK. i i i> 
a f I ernoon w hei • 'i • 
\\'il -nil. of the I II SI 
!■ w 1 1 1 . onduct the Hcrv- 
whlch the Interment will 
la the 



on ." a I u I da y 
Ilev. \s <; 
United I liii • 
Ice, after 
be made 



Park. 



Royal Oek Burial 



Shakfpeare EveiUng 



I' \ arious times i 

1,1. Player..? will 

lie Iniercstcii 1.1 learn that theae tal- 
ented glrlK. und»«r the aame direction, 
will give a "Mhakeapeare Evening" en 
Monday. April 2«. at t|ie Memorial 
Hall, in aid of the new Cathedral 
fund. 



Durinc the H6M9f Bawon. NocUiif Cm Take the Ptoca of 
Good tcoteh Ala. Ptraet FMn Edinburgh 

McEWAN'S 

INDIA PALE ALE 

STRONG AliE 

WOW ON SKkZ 

PAI.K Al.K. NIPS ]'<■: iliwn, ^ g'-i to 

PALiu ALE. PINTS -I cr do/cn — . ....^ 

mONO AUI. PIHTl-^Per doxen — 



M » 



McJKWAM'S CKeKm STOUT 
ON tALB AT ALU OOVBUf MBNT STOKBI 

bseWbd and hovtlbp by 

Wm. McEwan & Co., Limited 

BDINBUROH. SCOTLAND 

Thi.N ad\ crt isoinrnt i ik'I publiahed Or dis|>l.i \ cii !i\ I.iquor 



C '. lilt 1 1 '! i 



\ rn mi !• ii ! 



( "i ihiiiihia. 



The entertainment la to be under f will he scenea from Henry V, Shake- 

ihe nunpire. of the Junior w. ^ <u,\ upr ,,,,,,„ eeaf^ Meivto aad eeuatrjr 

among the feataree of the prograrnma i ilancing. 



/ ■ 



Fluffy or Flinty ? 

which kind of , "Carbon" comes from 
the oil you use? 



Ism ma 

t a.ooo 

3.&00 
4.000 
4, BOO 
3,0i«e 
C,9«0 
7.M0 

iidtft 

• ,#•0 
10.0«« 

11.000 

1 _• no»» 

\^ nil '1 

1 4 00(t 
1 .'.0 00 

20.000 
2(.0t« 

to SAO 

40. one 

.so oso 

TO OOO 
1 00 flfio 
7S0.000 
400.000 
70O.M« 

i.oee.eM 

The tax 
calculated 



PrMaai Tai 
I 40.00 

CO OtI 

no ni) 
1 (lO no 
12«.00 
ITt.tO 
2II.S0 
ttl.t^ 
S04.(0 
«lt> .SO 
7 4.S {.0 
»- 1 F.0 

10 0 0 0 0 

1.140.&0 

1. tti.ftd 

2. gag.sa 

S.a24.M 
4.*l4.»g 

«.«A4 K« 

•» «4'» r.o 
17 1 1 < .^ 0 
.1 • ; 1 "> M 
P7.ll49.ftO 
24S.7tO:M 

4«a.i4».sa 
«9a.s4t.»a 



rrepMad Tat 

Nil. 

t 10 

.:o 
:! II 
40 
70 
110 
140 
220 
2<>0 
I 7 1> 
ISO 
..f,(> 
470 
7*0 
l.f.40 
S.ltlO 

t.aaa 

% *4o 

. ; * 

700 

«4 .17 0 
ISfi.l.'O 

!•».«•« 

4»s.<«a 



In 
on 



I ho for^gnlng table Is 
Incimiea exeloalve of 



ly 



•nrea." ehe imnMririki. 
trwoftled." 

-Wv whetr* . 

Wall. I eraat to Ct m,«rrle/1 l.j.f 
fo prove that T ean j ^,,n ■ ■» i-ii 

to * fi.^T-rr/'i .' I' l' 'hi* 

r\r>n I wi«h "^ W ! '(.. 1 Ihei II I 
ran'l If I .lo • - 1 ■•»> I have no 

mere Indepeadcacc than aay ether 



AriStn ^^')fllI Oil /i/l ,'uhrt. nlujn, con t .1 nv n Jf* 
neither parathii mn ,«Npli.ilt I lie hard, tliiity 
abrasive "carbon" that many nii;tori$t$ find on 
▼alvei, cylinder hetdi and ipark plun tfter a few 
thousand milei of uie never comet from this fine 

H'rsifrn oil. 

I he 'imall .imounf of rrsnlur th.if Nri^to Ir.ivrs 
is a tine. M>tt tiutis bubstancC| must oi which 
blpws out w ith the exhaust. 

Motora in g >(;d condition which are lubricated 
with Ar«a«i, therefore, r«A teveral yeart. with- 
out the troubles, Ity-ttpt and expense lo often 

due to "( A rhon 

,'\ furfhrr prr\rntjf;\r of ' (.irhnn i> ffir u^r 
of non detonatmci I nion iiasolmr utfh Ansto 

Motor Oil. Tbii combination it probably the 
moat effcctiv* that li imowtt. 



Aristo Motor Oil 

Non-Carbonizing Western 



Ma4e in Canada hf the 



IJ^on Oil Ck>nmaiiy 





IK DAILY CC)l,(».\ISt, MCTOKIA. V..C., l-klDAV, AI'Kll. 10. 1926 



When You Go Shopping You Desire 

Se Pe 

Quality-Service^Price 

XIrUuun't Give Yo« AU TImm. If Ypu Dw't LttM C.O.D. 



Ho w wfcoa falmon. 

l ib. till 



37c 



t^ngluh Malt Vinegar, 

Urnc bottle 



19c 



Shredded Wheat Biscuit, pkt , ia>/,<« , Cream of Barley, large pkg. 

,B«iwoo's Corp Starch, pkt t^C | Pendray'a Watergiaas, rcf.. 4jc. tin 

iQiMktr 9tM,-*iMt ,2, reg. 25^ tiu. fn, ^ .^^Ji7< 

: for „.„■.,',,. ,;, „,,.;, ,..^^..^»04> jmy A«» Qt— M^a t»ii 



Eddy's Matntnoth Toilet Rolls, 

rcg. J for J5i. N'ovs, ■* f..r 



2Sc 



Montcalm Matchei. J4 t)Oxe» 

Ml (ikn . rr>{. 4.Sc, foi •Jvt 



Clark's Tomato Catiup, rri; '^'i Kleen Flue Soot Deitroyer, pUg , S** 

li' 1M< I White Wiaard Washing Caf nund. 

Nu Jell, dll llavora, a okta ' r.- parkagr for 

Bovril >^ . jar, r«S. flif, at f I.IO | Pure Black Pepper, II. 3»< 

Oxo Cubes, tin 100 I Pur« WhiU P«pp«r, lb — 4»< 



Van Camp's Pork 

iTK 1 _'( (111 tor , 



9c 



Empress BramM* or lUd Cur- CA^ 

rant Jelly. 4-lh. cJtn UaFC 



I'lakc Butter Crackers, i . >; t5< Kochon's Cocoanut Ice, IDi lli 

I, , in^ I.,, asc 

Graham Wafers, I* packets '2Iif Tiilicum Cream Toffee, i < v; * ' ilk k 

.'M. ft P. CorenatlM Waaiili. re;.; 4ih .m* i.t 

I packet for . Parisian Cream Mixture, reg. J3c ll. 

(M. ft P. MOk Macirfta. reg. 30c okt. , i .. a»r 

\ for .Mf I WiMfira C<>ocolaf Bart, each 4# 



Novita Fancy Assorted Chocolates, Baker's Oft Ch e C O U l^ ' ! >\ 

OOC 1 ,r 15fC 



per 



JUp« 

; per doxaa — 



oc - Fre.sh Rhsbarb, 

OOV, I 6 lbs. for 



25c 



Sweet Oranges, pn dozen 

California. Grapefruit, cacli 5^ 

Fresh Hallowi Dates, 3 lbs. for 3i7# 
I resh Brazil Nuts, lb 21^ 



Q eod J«ky Laaaoaa, per dosen, iTc 
Florida Orapefnrit. each 
PrMl Comb Honey, i n .n l, '-iS** 
California Black Layer Figs, rrg JOi . 
Per packet 1*^ 



; Fresh Loaal AaparagOa, 

large bunch 



or Smal 
^OC I 3 for 



10c 



Large Head I.ettM*, Cach 10^ 

Fresh Spinaili, * lbs. 'for 

Gf)od S<iund Ofvofi'. 1 <> " f<>r ZS** 


Fresh Oraan Oniona or Radtahcs, 


P'resh Cauliflower, large si/r IS^ 


I'rrsh LaliforMM Asparaguj, M. , ITr 


.r:.l 1«0 



Sir Walter Raleigh Seed 9^^. 
! Potetoes. « lbs. for fc-JC 



Scottish Champion See. 
Potatoes. 6 ib.s i m 



25( 



iMIld Ontario Chaaaa, lb, 

Kr.ift C'lirrsr, lf> ^ 

Pure Lard, lb 

• Or a Iht. for 



tB<» 

:tHe 

'<i'Jtt 

— ^•44 

RoASi Pork sliced TO<» 
Jellied Corne<! Beef, shred. II). a6<> 
Jellied Lunch 1 ongue, sliced, ll» -^^4 



Mild Ivgar Cnrad tida Bacon, piece 

cut. per lb 3e# 

Lean Bufar Cur^'Back Bacon, piece 

cut, per lb 

Cottage fcolls. 11. StOt 

Picnic Hams, li. 38^ 

Scottish Rolls, ^llcc<l, per lb B4t 

Cooked Ham. sliced, per lb _ :65<^ 



(Naw /.vAUn'.i or Awmliaa Buttci. 

lb.. 45<, ^1 OA 

8 \hn. for #I«JV 



! Or 



Domestic Shortening, regul 
package for tSf ; 
Or • paekagcfl for... 



35c 



FKESII MEATS. FISH AND POULTRY SANITARILY 
HANDLED AT LOW PRlCVt 



19c 



-JUunp Roabls ot Hrrf -IQ 

■ small joint n> a;:<- .md 

Airlote Tip Roasts. 4 ..-Ikk 

■ average, lb., J^ac and 

Buttock Koaat*. lean and 17/. 

' tender. H, and.-- • *- 

Prime Rib Roasts, cut straighi or 

rolled and bone weighed in, OO- 

per lb." A-t-C 

OOOD ROASTS AT LOW PRICKS 
Croaa'Rib Oven Roasts, per Hi 

: to 

London Cut Oven Roaata, per lb .is^" 
lo iBd 

Bl.ide Bone Oven Roasts, per lb ..lt<> 
Beef Briskets, per lb. . 10^ to 



Legs of Pork, ( i i 

:\y:r I .(-r ! I. . 119^ to 

Loin Pork Roasts, crackling 
left on, per lb., 35^ to 

Pork Shoulders, per lb., 
vi lr to 



30c 
.32c 
19c 



PICKLED BEEF BKXtKBT. 

iuiich, per lb., lO^" aod. OC 



FRESH KILLED BOILING 
FOWLf. 3«.llo. avcrsfe. JQ^ 

JWILK FED BROILERS, r- ii. 
Mf , T»# attd 



FMsh Made Beef Bauaage. 8 lbs. BSd 

Pure Pork Sausagea, per lb 2«<* 

Or a lbs,, lor _ 52*' 

Freak UatU TMMla Sawagaa, S ii>s. 



;PRB8H RED SPRING SALMON, per lb 



Cod FlUeta. 

per lb 

rresh Caogkt JIalltat. 

, ^cr lb. 



15c 
22c 



B.C. Haddiaa. 

per lb 

Smoked BUck Codflah, 

a lbs 



i2y2c 

45c 



H. 0. KIRKHAM & CO., LTD. 

•12 Fort Straat 



t)rW7 I'hanes 

iTa.m 



llUtt'llrr iitiil I'mi^liilonii 

11 .-..-.te 
, jrtsa 



Lumber Bargain 

\Vc h.wr n p.ircfl of Mixed Width Shiplap and Boards, <iiiital)lr for 
cheap l.inldiiiK''. barns, outhouses, etc., etc., to be disposed oi at a 
lUdicuiousiy Low Price. TfraM cuk. Bring jroor own conveyance and 
get it while is going. 

C.P.S. LuBber.& Tinbdr Cc Ltd. 



DIacovary and Stora 



Phone 7060 



HOME PRODUCTS WEEK 

Huy an* flf our ('h*atiirrii>l<l Xttll*", rnnainunc »r i'hr*(»HI*M anil Iwn i 
Ckatra c *»»f a In hlsli-sr»«« ta»Mtnr. affrias c«aim»M t^r IIH. ^r*h>* IM er> 
aaa' 111 SM* moAth. no lnl»r»«t W* liar* Mk*^ 1tmH»m frvm lltt. nti »»wr frmt 




1410 OOUOLAS BT. 



HEBEnERVAlUe 




jpity and District 



Chlmnrjr FIrp — A rhimney flr« at a 
tl welling ut B15 Koul Hay Hoad K«ve 
Are ilopurtiiient a run laat night 
at «:4S o'clock. Th« Are waa Quickly 
put out and alight damoga was dona. 



GonxaleH Hill TabU-t — Thu request 
ol Mr <' (■ I'ernberton to have a 
huUubIa inscription erec-ied near the 
• ionaalea Hill tablet wa« referred 
back to him by the Oak Bay Council 
for further informtlan. at tka maat- 
iag taat night. 



lt^prvseat«tlT<> (liairn — Mr*. ^. K. 
• illlesple, ••Wlndyhaugh." Fairfield 
H'lid h;i« iK-cn uppt.inted by th«' 
iiiiinlclpal ( Implrr of th'" I. (). I>. K. 
tl. reprettcrit thni oriranUiiUon on thu 
(oinmltter of the Victoria t)ranch of 
I lit' World Alliance for I'romotlnjc 
International yrleadship Through the 
charehaa. 



to Rtttf naso ■lakkp p. 
T Rowe, of Alaska. 'Who has baen a 

frfquent vfaltor here tdr aeveral 

monthK. haw bouifht the Applelon 
i-«tat<' at (fordcm Head to make his 
I i Mldeni f> here on reliremptit. The 
i.rop,»rty in two and a half acres In 

' 'cnt Ha kaa elaaa aaseetetlens with 

I lilM l ily. 



Hnbdlvlsiaai to Bo Op en ad The r<- 
<iueat of Maasra. Pembarten A Bon. of 

\'lctorla. to open up a new Hubdlvlsion 
on Beach Mrur- was Kranted by the 
I'.k Hii', I'oiifiiil lost niKht on tto' 
n iiileratundlng that thi- punhaners a^ 
xume the coat of putilnR in their own 
xewer arrangemcnta. The new sub 
division conalsts ot ien lots, and \>* 
xituatad opgoalu tka Vletarla Oou 
<'lub. ' 

Ihrrc- rcrnill- |>mh-i1 — I 1 1 r • > l.j I 

1' C |".TI1.I' li.lV.' |.»' II IV. 10i| |i\ Mil' 

• >ak IJay .M uni( i pa Ui y during the past 
week. totHllinc t;i..',fti). .\t r.x K Clarke 
wiW build u rcHidence ut 1062 Newport 
Avenue, to coat $3,009, while Mr. H 
K. Brown ta to have a house eon- 
Ktruetod at iti^ Windsor Rood t" 
( OMt IS.OOO. Mr. T. R. {lell Is to build 
a residence at ZOCI Dalheuale Btreet 
to^foM lltiM. . ^ 

I iiIm rc-ulouH Veterann* Mectlns; — 
M I ilierculoufl Veterans' Aaaocla- 
;ll hold a general meeting on 
Monday at t p.m. The ekeouttve win 
maefr at 7:S0 p.m. Bualaaas of nrgem 
Importance wilt t>o dealt witn. In 
rludina the consideration, of an in 
vMaMon to join tho Canadian Legrlon 
<ir the O.K.II.L. -as a tubercular 
hranrh. maoiban are aakad to 

ji n «To( 

.lii)lt;ini III for riahiiilT L>amaRr>N 
lii'' •-UII1 of JUri with costs were 
given Kve lirua., Ltd« In an action 
brought against J. t>. O'Connell be- 
fore Judge Lampman In the County 
Court yesterday mornina. The eult 
\\df< one fur T'l .ivrry of a Buni of 
rnone> ilijc I he plaintifT for Boods and 

• rrv i< <"H rc'ndr'r«'(l .Mr. (o.rdon A. 
I anieron appeared for plalntifl, and 
Mr. W. A. JBrethour for defendant. 

FaaciBt Flna Pnt On^Tho first for- 
eat fire of tho aeaoon, that burning 
on Wednesday noar the Klchteen- 
lii' Poat, not far fi .1.1 ih.. .Nt.ilahat. 
lifUf bean e^xtlnpul»lie<l. lUinger D. U. 
Tairlor reported Inut night. Tho Are 
waa not of nertoua proportlona 
Meanarhlle weather roporta Indloote 
a eontlnuanco of th^ dry apell and tho 
tire hasard In the Province. a« h mn 
a«4tuenoe. in giving gravo causa fo. 

npprrh''n>'("n 

K(ta4l to Ho I'aNMaiiir I' oliowlnc the 
representallond of ji delegation from 
the Victoria Rotary Club, the Mtnin- 
ter ot FubUe Works deeidad yaatarday 

morning to make arrangementa to 
prevent the olTIng of the I<^land High 

way froni Int er f rri nc witli tour.'* 
planneit for the »■ nl <»rl n i nin<>n r of d^le- 
KiiteM to the fori hconilni; Itotury ron- 
\f>n)ion lifTP iMirinc 'hi' linio nf the 
. or, \ onl Ion 1 til. u oi k wf.iild not be 
iifhclently advanced to Interfere with 
inatar gortlaa. Dr. Butkarlnnd aald. 



i he CiiKuiian Legion of the British 
tin[>irr StT\ ict- I .ca^uc 

, I MT\ IH MTHKM.TH — JO|.N >OW! 

tJevl.-Oan. atr r»rry l^k: Ki'R, K.C M O . Deminlen rresteent 
Th* Vieinrta P«M of lha CaHaSiaa l^timm kaa maa* assWeeUea «• th* n« 
•niBlati n«»r««iv« er The CaaaSlaa l^toa •( ih* OrMMi Wf apti e aervlos L<aa«a* 
far a eharter (• earej on a loeal Peat la Vteteil^ «04 ssaie wMl ke fseshrit ta 
the eaeren ef a r*w «««ka 

M>mb*r«>iip mriia rnr the a*« aaltea sfsaaHaH— ar« new i%aay, and atfli 
, *i,..n» tor mnmharahip ran be eeSi H em at fV* efa** ef Mr ersaalBS ti sa tIM 

|inui!i»^ ' \ irtaria. 

n..MT M*. vo ..i i ., camataaaer. 



Crow FalsiMi — Following an- 

nonocement of the Intention of Mr. 
Michael Manaon. M.P.P.. to the ef- 
f^it that hf> would use ><tryrhnini- lo 
pol.-ion iTi.WH. olflriftls of thf At lor 
ney-i ;<-Tnr 1 Is 1 '"^pa rl iin-nt poinifd 
out ye.st nrdji >• that porwons iisini; 
poison In rural diMtrlrtH nu><t notify 
all nelghhora within two milea of 
thalr Intention, and must post notiei.^ 
hroadaast througk tbia area Indicat- 
ing when the poison will be laid. A 
warning must be given In thla way 
lhlrt)-.«<lx hours In advanf" 

Mu>l Mlikr Saiiil.it\ \ r r:i n::> oifiH 
All ow Morn of ilv\p|lir.. . ,i, III. 1 .., I. 
Hay mnnleipalily miumI Kee thai propiT 
unitary .irraniff mrnt « are made wlth- 
M the neat thirty daya, otherwise pro- 
eedlnga will follow, areording to a 
'leelatao reached laat night nt the 
• ounrll meeting. The nuentton nrnne 
\\lon in apptlcatinn waa rfrt^ivr^ 
froni I hniiee owner whose .•^uniitirr 
re'ldf'nof on Bearh I>rl\r d.ol Lrcn 
plnard^d nf.llfylnB all and .•iin.|r\ 
that no .•iinilHr>- .irra ncmcnf h wf n. 
'vallable The nr« lule will appK 
I all Mummer hoiisrn and dwelllnK-< 
near or on the heaehea. 



To Vaa Now Clovrr— The famoua 

Ladlne elover will Ite lenird by the 
I>epartment of Acrlrulmrr it 
(innounrrxl > <»•; I n rd a v .ind pr.ihat.lv 
wil 1 1'- x w II •' rH. .n tho 1 1 n I ri 
rerlaniation ai ra. t 'lovr aeed Rro« • 



rerently at Sumaa haa been pro 
nouneed of the hlghost quality by the 
l>onilnlon Oovemmant aaad labora- 
tory at Calgary. ' aans^ was 
proved to ba.tt.| for oaot g«r« and 
ninotyHOWg^-ger oaat tMrnt- 
getbar f,lpi aorea win l>a sewn to 
clover In the Bum&s area thia year, 
no that the lano may oe leept In good 
■hape and free flons kamutul 
growths like willows. 



Oak Bay l-lrn Protflntoa In con- 
nection with the recent agreement 
drawn up l>etween the City of Vlr- 
torla «nd the Oak Bay Mualoli>aiity 
with- regard u' fire yrotaatlon from 
the Dnokeia '•t^aat fira kali for the 
present year, tki Oak Bay Council 
waa Informed last nl|^t In a IMter 
from the city that full understanding 
was embodied in the preaent agrii- 
ment an to service, which would h« 
given by tho Victoria KIre Depart 
ment should a serious outbreak take 
place In Oak Hay. The district coun 
cil seeks an naaurance that in case or 
a gaaeral alarm, i^daouato aarvlce 
^111 bo avallabU froai tka wMla of 
the city dayajtmant. 

Water Consunvtlon Ince aa aaa An 

Inf-rense of twenty-flve per rent over 
the rorrespondlng period of last year 
in the I'onsii Ml ptinn of water was 
Mhown in the water rommlMioner .-< 
report for March, submitted to the 
Oak Bay Council laat night. The 
total gallona charged during the 
'iiortth was •.tXS.ao.O, as against 
5.313.050 for the similar period a 
>ear ago Mtinirlpal Knglneer Fow- 
ler In I n \ est iK.i I i 11 K l!i<> anu.iint, te.st 
•'.! 'be 1 itv inelerf" III an effort !■> 
tM il if tto'\ were lorrert, ami foiinl 
them lo be so. The unusually dry 
weather can ba oonaldered account - 
a bie fba an Incraaae, bat the district 
IS Doing yntrelad tp aao if tkan are 
any loaka in tBo 



AG0RE$SIV€ SALES 

CAMPAIfiW (^EMED 

fonlinued front l''age 1 

hands of ih" . f\- before outsiders 
compete. 

lit Well satlsflcd 

"I am very well s.iti.xf^ed with the 
prfiffresn we are maUini; In our hiwnd 
.it Ihe Mom.- Prodin l.s J-'uir. ' .Vta.lor 
K irk pat rli-K ■( 'rot ket I told The I'ol- 
onlst last night, "Wo have dispoaed 
of some very'taa raaldantlal lots, and 
hope to oontinae the good work at 
tho fair during the balanee of the 
week. The city lands h.,' <^ ^e, urr i 
valuable advertising tlirou^h the r \ 
hil.ilion. and Ihe exneptional inirr.--..' 
IxMii;; .shown in theni l>\- loral cltlTLen-- 
aujfur.H well for the energetic drive 
which the department la launching. " 

All who buy property at the lan i 
de|iii rtnient odlre at l). ' ■ > '' 
cure a .spei ial buildln:,' . ;nr ..f 

ten per cent off the piir(-has< t 'l • 
This special diacount will be rebatcil 
to the purchasers upon completion of 
building thereon, and holda good for 
one year from tho data of the sale. 

Tho terms under which clty«o!ime<i 
Inndif may he aeqtJired are twentv-flvr 
per' cent of the pun-h.i--'' p' i' ■ " ■ . * 
and the balanee nf the p.nynient ti\ei 
live years at six per cent iiltatiaat. 
llclailutt to Taxalinn 

The relationship between hom.. 
products .ind taxation l.i hroiii;i i i.. 
Ihe attention of patrons of the tionie 
I'roduel.s Fair by the department, 
omcials point out that home froduets 
maintain payrolla, that payrotto main- 
tain, homaa. and that home owners 
pay taxee. The greater the number 
of home owners there are In an'. 
I'onimunit)-, the greater in the jtj.read 
of I harges (taxes) ( Itlzens ar>- urgeii 
to supp<irt home producta and lower 
taxation. 

On the walls of the kind dapart- 
ment office at the fair are framed 

views of modem dwellings whii h 
have beea eroctod on lota formerly 

owne.i h\ the city and naw In -prlirato 

ownersiilp. 

ANNO UNCcM EMS 

Radio rtanoa.^— UnW the dis' n 
giilshed patronage of His WorHKi. 
Mayor an.l Wrn Tendrav ;i i.mre 
1« l.elnir civen |.v the \|rtorin H.ili'. 
< 'i \\ ■ .l.ieK.l.T, , April :i. ;i t »he 
Alexafiflr.i l.Hllrouni. Uiint^ tive 

pieoo orchestra. Dan' inc y %<> \ 
o'clock. Supper aoveltiea. Press 
Informal. 




Tho riHiRgi of Oar Lord is hold 
Inc Nreriat aarvices in connection «tih 
the ( ridge Memorial. There will 

si)ei idl niUKic anci *pe, ial preai Prr< 

for the day. A record .itlendance Ja 

espactad. 

Faolal DisfignreniMBtM. nirthmarke. 
Moles, HuperfluouH ilahr removed by 
electrolysis. Method unHrersally en- 
dorsed by medical grofeasion; 17 years 
practical esparlonce. Miss Hanman. 
ZZ Winch Building. 

i>r .1 V. Fooir. Dentlal. w « - 
,inn.o;n<« the removal of his ^•n^r'•^ ' 
from ■^\^ Melmnnt Building to a mof 
commodious aultf at ti( Central 
Building. Telephone 1199. 

IH*. O. M. Jonen rhaptfv. I. o. D. v... 

Informal Hsrre, NurseM' nerre.itlon 
Tfall. .TuMlee ITosplfal. April I« Pltl 
orchestra and ref re.«h me nt » TUkef/, 

'.l^. from ?.." '..tirr- ,n,| ,• 

Women's < anadlan t lal>— Meeting 
Tiieaday. April 20. S:IS p.m. gp aa ker. 
Bruce McKelvIo, Vancouver. Subject 
■'Barly Folklore and Fairy Talaa or 
B.C." Boloiai. DonaM Adanw. 



Yftf NnMi 




The Murray StuJio of Social Dancing 
Offers You 

naaelsa laetre m t— 'uaHveitae i« caaa4a ana un... i 

by th* .no»t *selaalv« anat vieaaatv .. . i, ,„ 

T<>rt< and l,«nf1 in. at a f** thai la ruii. .iiou.ij. i<.» m 
rnmearlann Two y'.ra. naarljr Sva kaaeeae s«olla^ aaS 
nni * •ir.iu faiiii" la nur eaeeeS la Tlelor^^^ reeetg ef 
wblah wa ar* juatly prseS. 
Let as add rear aasse le oar MM at 




You Wl Com to Us Evtntoly 
. Why Not Now? 



[Y ^^fttbtlftwi tfiMttincnt fof 

Pile* and other Rectal and 

Colon ailments It *o «ire. mi «.ife. *o 
casiW oh«alned that it i* lolly to poit 
pofie proper rare until ytxir health i» en 
tirely broken dovrn Mv nrw I(X> p.A|{r 
Itlustrat'd bonk, whkh is vmir* for the 
aakinn. dHciiMe* tho^e di^eate*. rontjiins 
»cf>re« ot letter* from patlet)t». dcsKTibcS 
my mrthnd* and itatrt my unqualMad 
Cl ARANTEK to per- 
manently relieve you of 



When rianning Toor Tilp t" 
Old < votntry, ronsult the I 'anadiaii 
"nta flarnn Atlaatle alaam 



J No llf-iicr Bottrr Madr^— flalt Bgrtng 
Island t'reamery; freah from tke 
ehum. Now p taeoin kl s al OR re- 
tailers. 

nnmmare S«.ln. April J I. 10 a.m . 

• ii,iK<io.oi 'jinKirn Ktreet. a,niipiaaa of 

the ivtaiitf KaJon — l:<apert ladlsar 
iiairdronsinc Thnno ftd, HiMa 104, 

Woulwnrth nulldtns. 




diaa 



Oak Ray 



vtlk tka Oana* 
far aU AUaatla 



tim imB€r9ftk Year 



DEAN. MD. Inc 

JKtA OTM Af<P *«e«C 



IJcctrtr Uaelting ^ oaspowMl—A B 
C. Fi agMi L moae UllTI. 



fair; wm aa« Inddar. «Im 



Il.fl 




'eT' 



■ST- 



■ (*■ T 



e?v«e! 



MK.S. J.\l«i':¥ CAIiNOC'll.\N 
\N ho devoted bar Ufftto the colle. 
tion of Oanadlon ^ kkrfarlaal data and 
reHee. who Tiaa paaasd nway In her 

elshty-aeventk year. Ihe founded 
the Niagara Htsterleal Soeety and 

was its president for thirty years. 



13 LABOR MEMBERS 
BARRED BY SPEAKER 



hl'hPO'JDJEJU FKUM JlUtht: l-ui: 

TWO WKEU roR owmivc. 

n¥£ TAOTIC8 

C'ltalrtnaii \< < ii>e<l of Hia- ti> In 
dignani l^abor .MeiiilM-rf. — \ »>ic ul 
ire to Br Propoaad 



IjONDON. April IB.— Boeauxe ..r 
tkair okatraativa uaMm, tkltfcaan i^- 
bor members of the House of Com 

mons were suspended early today ■ 
moiion of .Neville Chamberlain. Th^ 
suspension waa voted Kl to 76. 
A further scene occurred In t) 

■ •^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ .^^^ .^^A^ a^^A*^M. . 
rrwev ivnigiit ai laingi mm ixiu i ii u w. . 

penelon of the Laborites, out of rr 

sentment against th% Ut. ITon. Jani'-- 

I'ltzaUn JIopiv Mu- ih.iirni.in of tli. 

I onimittre. w lio wn.s urcuKed by the 

I .ihorites of displaying MaS iU fgvor 

of the Government. 

PoaaiMy becauao of the all-nlRi" 
sesaion. the members were in a r^^o 
of nervous tension. Mr Hor>e « >i • 
' ' ' ■ • ' I . I i r a nd il i.H f- ^•er^ r II 1 1 
\\n^ !i..ihn«ed l>y thf Xjaborit'' 
Hienew persisted and the Ohainna 

< losed the debate on the bill. 

Blax nalmcd 
1 ins pro\'oked renew e<l protest th 
chairman. un<l the Oovernm''i ' 
M porting him. were treating tt 
House "scandalously." J. H. Thorn . 
\oiciag the Laborites' anger, ar. 
nounced his intention of proposinK . 
v ote of censure on the chairman h. 
rauae of his "partial and biased con 

duct " 

The thirteen suspended LgbOT meni- 
1' r -. must remain aw,i\ for two week-^ 
' '■ ' the late^t pa r ii;. .Mitary rules 
N) if any of them Is found within the 
t rerlnrts of the House before the aua- 
pension expires he Urtll be liable to 
nummary remeral. 

How It Happened 
iiK iiouso was In committee dls- 

< ussing clauses af the economy Mil 
when, at eta o'clock this morning, .r 

H. Thomas, former Perretarv of Co: 
oniea and I>abor meml.er f .> ii.-r' \ 
moved an adjournmeni ..f i!,.- .l.^i.,'.. 
The divlalon on the moti. t. \.r, ,-r'U-,-\ 
normalb. hut after the prescribed 
time the tellers had not returned 
with the figures. It was reported 
that certain members tn the "Ave 
lobby had refused to paiw th* teiu rs 

Committee Chairman Mope de. 
manded the names of thope at'iioinif 
the rules of fh»' Hoiipe and the f..: 

I. . s ' 1.' nifnit.ers were named !'■ 

liTNerl Uunnice. Durham; John 
s rr, gtepney; Thomas H. Jones 
Ulamorvan: Oeorge Lanabnry, Pop- 
lar; John Lawaen. Durham: R. a 
Taylor. Llnaoln: John Wheat ley. oun. 

row: Joseph Compton. .Msnrheater. 
n ish iu".,r CamlMrwell: <■ i. 
il..: I iiiaj<K(3w; Colonal Harry liav 
>" " irk; and Meaara. gkaphard an^i 

I "urcell. 

•pankar Oallag fymn M 

The sergeant -al -.irnis. looking de 

■ Medly more .-ilert ii.an the majorlf, 

.f 111" hr.llow e\r,I exrited eo'' 

• .-'lers. then vtr...l,. into (he dlvisloi, 
i> !•'■■ and p.. ■ • offenders an op- 
p .r ! unity to 1," rehabilitated, but they 
•-riised to take back anything they 
had said or done, and hia mlaafon 
proved frOitleos. 

Than followed a short latervnl dur 
Ing which the ftpeaker, ftt. Hofi. .1 1 1 
^\'hltley. summoned from hi.s le.j. 
d-^r.ned all hl.s rohe(« und anioir 
l.iiueM f,f ;inth..rit\ iind re-en'-r.-l 
the llouae tu proclaim the suspenaio 

of the man in gns att an. 



|>tter.s?-A'(Blitnr 

l.K.r th« «1Hor Will ba InaartaS 
•r th* erapar •i(n>iur* aa« iSSrsss e( tka 
fMS rai* ■'iir.M* ef aa 



OMy Manager Plan 

.^ir The Issue that is absorbing 

.ittrntion of the tnxpavers of Vletorla 
and will I r f iheir final dert>rton 
in th" r..i;r.» r\*nt^ namely, .1 

1 ' \1 . ' .1 ii.':ii|rot ,V1 .1 ns g-ing 

Direetnr tall have the same meaning 

Does That Cough 
Stick On 
Your.Lpngs? 

Mr. May iMiftL Bagnar. Ont, 
writeet— "t Was t r s aW sd wt«k a ter> 

rible rough fSat t '•ouM not g<«t rt4 
o' ar.'l mr '*ry: ' told me that f had 
a *li((h( len.h f Viir'nTki*.* SV.th'r||^ 

1 took seemed to give ae aa/ nbef 
aatil I fal a keMIe af 

Dr. WooTf 




Orthophonic Music 
Is a Revelation 



I . Ml it c 111 ! II ■-(■ f )r t b( .] il: . .mr 
m u 1. w itli thai ul llic t»rdi- 



\ utn.l.i 

nary ph< .nogi aph. 'fhe mustcgl cgpg- 
bility of the Orthophonic is tiot merely 

a sfiplit itnprr.vcmptit ; it is radically 
and (tra>licall\ <!it'tf rent. It i.s an 
amazing presentation of music in all 
the warmth and completeness of the 
oriftntl. 

Just step into our music room today 
and hear the Ortfiophofiic. 



See thg 

"Grenada ' 
Console Model 

Ait illustrated 
Above. Price, 

$200 



FLETC 




1110 Douglas Street 



Si¥o That Yearly Refinishins Cost 



(• r ., JOHNSONS WAX KI.KCTRIC 
FLOOR POLlSiltK nil your wtx>a or lino- 
leum floors, once over an^ they have a beittti- 
ful, hard, satiny, non-slip stkrfate. 

Call for Demonstration 

Hawkins & Hayward 

Electriral Quality and Service Store 



1121 Douglas St . Cot View 



I'hoties 6<J 2627 




KO MOaS OagAST HAT-aANDS 

"Lunella" 

I* a tonl.- ii>llnn Hint In entirely l-l-i i 
tram Oil., t;itKA»K «r »ny ullrky •ul>r' . . 

I( (mparts a artUlant LUHTKK t.. ih- II aik 
raaeertav ft sett sad sllkr. 

A.N inR%i. nisMKDV ron DAKDnt;rr 

Cm »»l<> »t r>»vlil Spenr^r t.td . Vnneouvf r 

l>ma Co.. iiiMiBon K H«). ' >r.i.. II ...I 

r .1 William*. 



536 



And 




j.ePAINTERi/sons 

gi7 Cormorant St Phone 536 



VICTOfOA KADIO CLUK danck 

WESTERI CANABA RAIIO 

SUPPLY, LTD. 
642 Fort St. Phoae 1949 



Boys' Basketball 
Boots 

$1.98 



■III" e»nillllr ll»my .llj. I, li.,... ih.,,: 

I...... wild pir.ina tf lnf..r. . 1. . . ,i 

I."-". Ktikl'-. Inctrp anil li»<-i^ 1 .nc, 

' rrpa. leas-waarias selaa 

All ■ " " 




>as-wearia« selaa €kQ 

Stewart 1£r 

1321 Douglas Street 



KERO SPRAY 

RIRR OF IRSECTICIRES 

▲ velasfela Aomblnilloii apraf flee (ffess 
aad tlowarlBf planta 

Cnnlalaa Mlark Laaf rerty. Araaaala 
I.*a.l, KaroMsa, Whlta HallakM^ aa« 
WkaU <>ii aee» ttw Makes • aai- 
loaa: ll.M sisa makaa H eafiaaa; llN 
makaa 10 (allnna of aprar 

VAJIGOHVER DRHSCO. 



TAXI -80c 

Anywhere m t' ty 

I)r.vins{ KjI", Hour 

VETiiRANS' TAXI PHONE 
7075 



GLADIOLI 

BULBS 

v^pri 1,1 1 jirii r . fi it |,,, I 
;iIU (• I •! till \\ < ( k , ! > > 
iiitJiuc iil.iiilni^ al liic 

piT)|>tr timt?. 

Savory's vSecd (.o. 

14/1 DodkI.^-! Si Phone 1024 




I fal as* nlM kf «lat U tka* T 
veaU aMw •« tiMee wti^. ar* »<ii-. I'-a 
«e hai aaMi ar eea g lM to keep a b<>ttie 
•f tkiB I Ml If la • - ' - 



Ve^ 4ae ^ ee|>ei Iment wkee Imi^ 

' r>r W"fw»d ■« ■ • aa >• >■ h**-n a h«ue» 
hi.!') rwiady for th* part 37 /csirs. 

J^')t np^alr hj TW T. MUtan Ce* 



in fae«) ef tlie VletaHa Canmnitlaa 
xbouie brf e**en acrlous fhnt.^-M \lth 
our tfWR.kWiaeM cjiperlence to sulde 
as. 

Victoria !• an in. nrporat'- ' 
pany c«»lt«llsed at 'a aaaeaerd 
valuation of many mimima of eeltara 
an-l I hf.iiaanrt^ "f p' - i ■ ' ■ 'i < " 
hoMere We ha\e brrn 
ea<4i year « freah man in r i. 
eonoern ttiat kaa • very vuai rrr . > 
an the eraltare a( aMat aC aai And 
whlla wa Mfata we have been fa- 
vered with verv rrtmn»t«'n« m^n In 
the ar . - \' , ' . n m f nt 

years, >ri »»• ar»» rxprriinn loo much 
if we hope to yet • strictly huetnesa 
eemialatratioii withoat a lot ot waata 
ana oveelawlav o«t ef a ofstam 
•liHi af.1»rt« -T man In a hit or nili^n 

'■i^■,^r^' |•' »ho Oiav w n ;i i it'.rllv | 
.< I 1 ' > ■ V .1 1 h\ a ppi > 1 w ' , 1 1 » ''•^ t 

wfpka vl eloquence ana high pres- I 
sure advertiatat Jaat before m oloc 
tloa. a«e than npum balna 
■mia aawa aatf nada a craai iaai 

pHMliee. 

It a##rri ' '".at 'hu matter 

la oae (or us to «oi)|i out by raaaao- 
lae ratlier tlien br • tnMt<C*>l«eli 
mathotf of eolat. a* It alwmya liaa 
beea eoae before beeiaooe we sre ton 

0 'ak» .* I "lo'lsb'fill ir.' -f . ' 
MDCbM CAlJtll^K.N 

lasi Q«a4ra Street. Vlcterla, B. C 

Afft 14. fttta. 



Wtll-Dressed Men 

<1rraeta «»*fi mrtrrr»A wh*?' ' .>iaf4 
ori'-ii fall. 9e W»ll dr^aaad lla*c re 
**** -^^A**-** ^, '"•y r .«ij»e 




H^aiiv ■wp'-r^ Mfltlfiff* for HA*h m*n 

ftr K nrt^ ffs Ttnv- arrive-.^ ' O'^^ftfl'l 

CHARLIE HOPE 

14^4 Oov ema wot Street Pkana Zte^ 



i WOMER AWAKE TO THIS FACT 

eaal • \]\ ,,vf>r 'nw''. v-.TnTi .-irr 

a .« I W '-rnr f t.. i i f^.i That I>y<1 la K. 
1*1. )■ . I!, - \ . .p.|> .und is the 

,.. „ .1-1 -^r, !,.! '*. f.ii.«> !, f-r tbeir all- 
il|ienta. Thoueanda of gratefai letter* 
ire r aeslva e aanaaltr from wemea in 
an walka ef life attaatinc to the good 
this oM-foirtiianed root and herb m*4l - 

. r ii;.K , r ' tl. » t . ■ . fifljr 

.♦•;ir'i h I x li»"«T. root. M > c. " n f ri 

hf-Hln^ -1 • .1 a< ' ' t r ' ► :( •• • «'if 

f»rln« from any f«male irouhl'-. ta hr 

«a»ifwi«trM iUMiaji. 

T 




THE DAILY COLONIST. 



VICTORIA. BjC. rRIOAV. APRIL 16, 1926 



For Quick and Courteous Service, Phone 1670 

rnvatc Kxcluii^t Coaycting Ucpartuicnu 



> ,.Ncw Books 
Received 

Ir.Mi 'xir t'li 1 ii'al i!'C 1.1*11 4rv arvl 

N our fa\niiti .iulhr>T Siiliv i ijit i' 'ii 
rat' s arc low* 2c i , Mti a 
mcMiUi or 15.00 « ^ear. 

-'lU^pUIlM rioor. if R.< ' 




ill 



IHCORPORATEO 2^*? MAYM67Q. 



^ ^ 



Mil 



Visit the Home * 
Products Pair 

>««u sliKuUi l>u\ \ ic tuna made 




or Friday Shoppers 



astounded! 

! t .i-ti iiiihIc'I r\ rii '\ - 
akcr l>_v Its spcctaculai 
I t rformance! 

The ^Greater 

Hoov - ^ 

Is Comino 

i: r 

Econo^ny Prices on 
Drug Sundries 

Roracic Ointment, zir value. ...IS^ 

/inr Ointnirnt, 2.Sc value ..XM^ 

Mrrra Ointnirnt, 5nr valu«. 84<» 
( VMnpI( xif>n Soap. 20c value < 1 <^ 
^ lolrt 1 .iliiini, 25c value .. '•'<' 
I p.soni Salts.. 15c size. % (< 1t»»' 
- Aromatic Ca»cara. 25c value^ ia£ 
Wt wwifwiii . 



Killpcst Plant Spray and ronic 

garden an ^ • 

chard, 8 ozs. for..„ 

Makes IS tt*noin 



M ,t!, Hakes, 2.Sr value ,17'<' 

» Wonder Balm 

atid »l-<>« 

— t>r«c EM»t. Main rto«e, M.B.C. 

Two Cigar Specials 
• for Today 

MWvftna Ogam. lOe ralne. I* » 

M), in apecialiwck 90r 

Vaneoovcr Chib Cinrit. equal to 
many higher pricetf cigara, mild 
amokes; iO for " 



—Mala rtMr^ H.B.C. 

Special Friday 
Offerings in 

CbinaWare't 

Ch^tt^Sbps and Saucera 

.In two floraJ decoration!^ ovidk 
• ifiapr. Special at....» for 



Imported Salad Bowls 

In i'tti- iLiitilx il' <( >r-i t loll k of 

, ,1 , ! i r n. ' . • n . 1 • . i • ■ . ■ 

lOr, 16c. J<6<. a5c, 60C 

Pjnrex QHunmn for Cookteg 



Ca<tsern1e!i, round and oval. 

TV •2.25, f S.7S 

1',. i'!<<-, fl.BO 

i;,, .,,! r„ «i .::."> ,,,1.1 9'i.'£ti 

iUket.> »^.00 ai .1 »2.RO 

CuttardCupv 

■ . —Lower Mal» Ploor, H. B.C. 

A Walnut Finished 
Dresser for $3.00 
Down 

One of theae handsome dresser* 
will complete the furninhinR of 

vour he'lrooiii Ttu v ,ir<- w.ilnni 
lini>lH'(| w r\\ tiLiiif aii<l have lar^r 
mirror-. ..I liark. Ivso small 
and two large drawers. I li ,],\ 
ferent deaigna to chooac ii 
cial for „ f:<8.75 

$3.00 Down, balance in nine 
BiMtMjr lioyawato. . 

—4th rioor. H.B.C. 




Exceptional Value 
in Reading Glasses 

To meet the demand for moderate 
priced reading viaaaca, our Optical 
Department win featnre o Npecta! 
salr t 1 I H Satarda\ 

^'on I .I 1 . . Iioirr of fivr <lit'>rf.> 
I raiiir s. an • i \\ > i; i ■ .o ' ■ < i h' 
to be "Kir.«t Uualit>, and made to 
•mcrt the individual reqnircmenta of 
each person. 

Reading filasses, complrtr \<itli 
I asp and <tQ 

examination „ ^^^Cjm\J\J 

— M««Mi»l«» rt*«r y.a.c. 

Children's Needs in 
Stamped ' 

lework 



N^eedl 



j'a 

Maflt of fine qualite tarantnllr. 
•ilea 6 months to one year. 

Price ^...Mm 

lafaata'- Drcaaea 

Made of fine qualit . 
in dainty patterns. I'ruc. f 1.2ft 
Gr» Com Wlih PinMM to Haiek 



Showa in floral and narscry de- 



!*hmi.' Prkea. 

nd 

Infanta* |aclKtli 

Ot tine , , , ;, V \ 

I"- Triced 



MfMra Crib PUlew Corwa 

Ready for oae. Priee fl.rs 

aiM riMn II.B.C. 




Sale of Notions 

Now in Progress - 

Kill up your \% ui klm.skct willi nm qualitv .\ulions. 
Buy thctn now. during this special «al«. an<! benefit 

the prit r rrdti. tiMi! '!"!ir f. .'!■ '\\ itu: .11 r n!- ,1 
lew of the iiiaiix harg.ims uIikIi _\ou will (uid licic. 

Combination Special 

$1.45 Value for 98c 
Ctunprisitij; au a.^sortniciit of useful houseliold 
notions requirtd in every home. 

2 K Si \*ing Cotton, I Paper of Pins 

Mill U .iiiil wliiir 2 Pkts. N'erdlrs, assoctcd 

.s SUi in- of Mrnding Wool size« 

1 I liiniMr 5 Cards I.inen Btittons 

2 Car'ls M<.oks and Ki^'es .1 Yards of Bloomer I'.lastic 
2 Cards Dome Kaateners 2 Pieces of Tkilors' Chalk 



KtCtt]«rValiM.$1.45: AU for 98c 



Mandiiif Wool 

5^keins or rar u .iM 
rolors and hi.. - 

Price 7 ior iiftc 

Safety Pina . 

Kunt^ .Price....*^ 

Hair Nets 

' ' I ■ I ' r a] hijrnaii 

liair, tap ' - 1 ■ ' 'lile 
mesh: all ,|<. 

Price lur 26^ 

Linen Buttona 

40 Uutfoiis in I k as 

= ortrf| ^i/rs; pl.iin and 
!M,lr !•,„ ,. ..Igf 

Mercerised Sewing Cotton 
AN ciniors: also black 
and white. Price 

Io-Km Manding Fluid 
Sate Price 1 



Jtibbon Threadora 

Three sires on card. 

Regular 25c. Price, >•# 
DroMmakera' Pina 

tfn M 'h boxes Sale 

Bone Crochet Hooks 
.^.4sortcd siz< 
Price 2 for »< 

Newey's Hooks and Eyes 

Rlack and white, assort- 
ed sizes. Sale l'ri( r rt<» 

Dress and Coat Buttons 

Assorted colors; i, -4 and 
6 on a card. P^iee . ..8# 

Coats' Sewing Cotton 

2(X) ^ ard spooU. I i.o I 
.in I white; all num' > 1 

t>aic I'rice 9^ 

— Mala no«r, HAC. 



Special Friday Offerings in 
. ^s^ettSr Pillow Cases and 
- Tablecloths 



PuUy Blaachtd Shacta 

Made from liiRli grade 
yarns of close trxtnrr 
Si/e 72 by 9<i 1 

rach » I . I s 

Size 80 .by 9(1 I 
each »1.0J* 

Pure Linen Bleached 
Damask Cloths 

An excellent \a1nr at 
llilN low pr i( r Woven 

in popular desifi , 
55 by «6. '1 ■ ! . 
each $2.88 



Pillow Cases 

V I tni ' r •! <) ■) t it \ ' '11 I \ 

M 1 ijr I f I -n ■ ,1 1 .ijt r I , , I 

- ,■ Lit, l,^ ., 

42-111. J 'rii < . ,1. Z'*c 

Pure Linen Unbleached 
Damask Cloths 

Tlirsr tlotlis will stan'l 
lot^ of wear .mil I.niinirr 
I>erfectly. Pure I i rn 
Size 54 by 54 - 

at # I .»H 

Sice 60 by 60 i < 

•i ..;....._._„92.60 

— Ma» tW. HAC. 



Screen Doors and 
Window Screens 

The Only Bffoctive Medium to Combat the Peadly 

Houee Fiv 

Plain Sireen Uoois Window Screens 

Oak grained finish. To fit all sizes of witl- 

Madf in four sizes dows and abaolutaly fly- 

2.6 by 6.6. Price. $2.4» proof. 

2.8 by 6.8. Price, f2.4» , ]g ^ 

2.10 by 6.10. Priced p,.„ I5c 

at O'.W — — « . 

J by 7. Prtce . .M.8t ^S,,* " ''^^T^ 

VaralAad tersMi' Doort 3 ,,1^^ 2(, 1. . 14 

With reinforced lattice Price 60^ 

bottom Ma.le m t!,r,,- ff^ ^ ,4,^. jjj . ^ 

sizes Prict 

2 8 by 0.8. Pric< »:;.75 iT V TT 
2.10 by d.10. I . <1 Jt?- ^' '* ^>'^': 

3 bv 7. Price 94.tS No. 7. sue 26 b> 44 

, , ,. Price 76r 

Vartiishr<l .■ ir-ru Doors mo- 'i.< i. „r-> 
With Solid l'.inel .It Hot.om *• "« ^^^^^ 

Made P^'^^ ^'^^ 

2.8 by O.ti. Prii . »« • size 20 hy .12. 

2.10 by 6.10 ^ 

at f4.60 .No. 12, size 18 by 36. 

3 by 7. Price. ..-M.T* Price _ _ :a04 

Screen Door Pittinga 
Compriifng one pair of spring hinges and screws, one door 

pull, hook and eye. Price, complete.. 

*-t«ir«r Mala n«or. n.a.c 

Remnants of Floor 

Coverings at Big 

Reductions 

Usefnl lengrths Feltol. Oilcloth. Printed anrf In- 
laid Linoleum^ tnarkcd to clear. Enottgh in i piece 

to co\rr .T small r«x)iti, 

Remnant.s of Feltol atif! Oilcloth; valties to ' 

Special at, per square yard a5< 

Remnant* of Printed Linolenm; value* to $1.19. 

Special at. per - pi.Trr yard 9^ 

Remnants of Inlaid Linoleum; v.ilue» to $2.^0. 

Special at, per square yard „ fl.OO 

. — »»o rt«^. ii.».c 

i 

Cretonne Tat>le Covets, Special 
for 65c 

»V>-lnch Cretonne Table Covers, In very attmrtTrp 
flrsijjrn anrl rnh. rin(j»; nyy gJio he tt»cd as cn< 

cover.i. Special at — . ". 



Suits, Co^ts and Frocks 



All jNewest Styles at H.B.C. Popular 

Prices 

MiaMa* Tweed 8u(tt in tl^*Ne«if Beyiah Modala, $22.95 

These ^re Uilored in ttte strictly boyish style, with short 

coat .111. I knrc length skirts. Double-l>rr,istr.! <<r with 

link liiittoii lasiciiinf,' : -nnw -liow ph atrd l.,u k with lu lt 

at wai.st, others unbelted \Mlh .sligluly littin^ hacks. \ 

limited number have a jaunty little waistcoat in mIi 

tweed. Well Uilored .and Snished. Shown in -fawn, 

blue, grey and sand mixtures. Sizes 16 to fO. Priced 

at —•••.--..-..•..•^•..•■••.»«M»«,»^,,,»^,^».,,»^,,„Sa^J»Stt 
r 

Women's Tweed Cottt, $12.95 

Smartly TaHored Tweed C&ats, in new plaids, checks 

and |>laiii weaves Shown in ni.-iiiiiisli models .tikI srini- 
taiiorcd styles, witli loose swiiio h.icks or slightly flarct'i 
skirts. Sleeves are plain tailored or with fancy cuffs, 
new pockets end collars. Trimmings include fancy 
stitching, plain, cloth buttons, etc. Sises 16 to 38. 

PfiC4t- .^^...^....^...^ T inii r- - I I iin 1^^^-^^^ 



Womta'a awl MiaMa' Tailomd arid Drwa Coata, $19.95 « 

Quite a number of styles to choi)se from, includiuo tlarc 
and straight! ine models, fashioned from f:;'oo(l ipialitx 
velour. tweed and gabardine. Some are trimmed with 
braid and heavy stitching, others .««how inset banjis of self • 
material in rontrastiiifj r- 1 .t 'Phesr li.i . t . ^ 1 
collars and sleeves with ilaicd cufT.s. S1/.1 
I'we — ~ f 19.85 

Women*8 and Miaaea' Flannel Sports Frocka, $6.95 

I'*a«hioned in the latest styles, with Peter Pan and reversible eoll.irs. lon^ sleeves 

aiKl f w., p.Tt, I, p,if krtv ^kit! ':.n r . ., 1 1 ■ .nt pleats . ^,o:,^,,, .liown in self 
color.s. utiicr.s with collars ami Iriniinmgs ..1 piai.l material, .silk tuaid <.r contrast- 
ing flannel. Choose from almond green, san<i, gobelinc blue, orancc and rose- 
wood. Sizes 16 to 38. Price .!. Z fe.85 

—taa n**r. H.Btc. 





100 New 
Spring .Hats 
$2.98 Each 

# ... 

Tlii^ offering cumjirises inaii\- 
smart styles in taffeta silk, 
arure braid, Milan and henip 
new arrivals, in every 
wanted color as well as black. 
Small and medium head 
^izes, also a few extra large 
Trimmed with flowers, pleated 
rosettes and bows. Special 
at n M 

— !■« riMT. M.B.C. . 



Women's Crepe Nightgowns 
' Special, $1.49 

Made frnn> durahlr (fuality eniloii < • neat 
butterfly dcriRn. Slip-over style, with \ neck and 
short sleeves; neatly hemstitched. Shown in pi«k. 
orchid, flesh and wnite. Excellent value at %\.A% 

— ta4 rioer. H4I.C 

New House Dresses, $2.98 



l.<1tlt II.. 



1 1. . 



1 .1 If rt .1 . \\ ) t li Ii 1 t ' t I o\ rr pat trr n ,Sin.i II ■ ( i| lar . \ 

neck and short sleeves, ^-timned with self colors. 
Shown in ptfcach,' Un and Mtic. Special at.._9S.M 

—lad riaor. ILB.C. 



Rubber Aprons, Special, 39c 

Useful Karniriils fit kil<h-ti <>r imr^rrv wear 
Made troni sfTvirrablc rubber; medium size. In 
shades of pink, scarlet, nuMvet onMflc and paddy. 
Value 49c. Special at ~ 



—laa riMr. ■iin.c. 

Children's Pantie Drosses 
Special, $1.00 

In Mif.nir fjuahi) aieck gingham, straight style 
with round neck and short sletvet, patch pockets, 
finished with neat piping in contrasting colors. 
FuM cut bloomers. In ehecks of Orange, peen 

and blue. Sises J to 6 years'. Special at fl.OO 

—ass riMf, H.B.C. 



Today and Saturday We G>ndnue Our 

Special Sale of Corsets and 

Brassieres 



During this special sale we are offering 
various lines of Corsets. Corsclettcs and 
Brassieres at greatly . rednced prices. If 
^ou do not know what real corset comfort 
IS. cc)nMilt our expertcnccd corsetierc, who, 
with her expert knowledge, will advise you 
what kind of garment ts best united to your 
individual requirements. For your own 
convenience, phone for an appointment 



with 
-kirt. 



D ft A 

Uade in firm pink r 

low top, medium let ^'i 



Itijhtlv b orrd; also ''le popcia' 



98c 



l<w ela>.'ir top -Tiodi-I vijifahle 
tor hip rnntiner Sires 
22 to 30. Sale Price .. 
D * A CsmlHtM 

Made of Arm pink eoutil. with 
elastic i^sset for adjustmrnt 
side front faflleainc. S 

to .IR ?i|Ir 1 

I'-' _-„«JOC*v 

Namaa* Coraalattas 

Suitable for the tall, 
figures. Made frAm 



heavy 

stnped 

Satiste. honed diaphraem and 

ha'k «rrtioti Also eormfit 
( iirdleirres with drta. ti iS'r top. 
lonf skirt and hiri, -ig 
Si ts 36 tn 44. \ alii' ^ ^• 

Prirr 

Corselcttes 

Snilah'r slrnHrr r.r aVCTagC 

tvi.r. \^ .^r i»n \ -rp with 
e' - ■ • ■ ■ I" < . ' • .fi ,■ , t ; f,{f\f ■ 
in'iM* ' "-re for ilattrning 
abdoni" i shoulder straps. 
Sixes 32 to 40. ^ i ^ A 

Sale Price 




Bandeau BraasiarM 

Made of novelty rep. back fastening, etastie 
straps. Sices 



ment at watst 



49c 



In whiir r.r -v.' y),f. ,1 ...|rl i» .uilalilr i-.' 

the axr-^gr tigiirr r r i r i MR long garment »o meet 
the low -opprd eoTwf, wh-v ihr other carc* foT that 
type o< tipme rcqairiiisjiapliragm eontrot; front 
or .ba ck fa m niag . StoM Jt !• 44. Sele 
Priee 



89c 



Women's Silk Hosieiy 

tn AU the Wanted Shades 



Thread Silk Hose 

With III iiiinrd top> and 
reiii'iinrd i'cels and 
tor.s. Shown in black, 
* piping rock. bran, white, 
peach. sunburn and 
French nude. Priee. per 
pail S1.!%0 

Imperial Purr Thic^.l Silk 
Hoac 



I! 



t"l lluii 
1. 'onipan>- 



Iroiii jiuir threafl silk 
yarns, with hemmed or 
elastic ribbed tops and 
reinforced heels and 
toes. Shown in nude, 
tllle, ilHision, hois de 
rose, kasha, parrhnipiit, » 
h o g a r. at ni. .spli, i r. 
raiiif.i. tan. rln ■ , > .| 
black. Per pair. .ai. 75 



Pure ThrMd tUk CMIIen 

Hoa« 

\\ itli rolled tops and 
scam at hack of leg; 
square heel. .Shown In 
metallic grev. atntos- 

Ehere. shall. t^blo. 
loom. Fontainebleau. 
T.nnffchamp^ and white 
» 1 

Kaysci Pure Thread Silk 
Hose 

Heavy Quality Pure 
Thread Silk Hose, with 
<»ilk tops and reinforced 
heels and toes. Full 
fashioned hose in sun- 
set, rosewnod, nude, 
chrri, platinum. Iio^nar. 
kasha and black. Per 

pair .. aa.»B 

-rMalii near, H.B.C. 



Women s Fashjonahie bboes at 
Moderate Prices 

Sjcp into our Shoe Department and see all the 

smart new s(>lr<; wo arc now ^li,.\rinr^ f,,, Spu'ii-,; 
and .Summer. The prices are so rcasonalilc. For 
instance : 



Black Kid Oxfqrds 

With (roodyear welted 
soles and trim Cuban 
heels. Smart round toe 
last Widths B. C and 



Narrow One-Strap Pumps 
Shown in dull black calL 
round French last and 
turn soles; covered , 
spike heels. WidtKa B. 
r and 1> Pair 



Suap Pumps 

Shown in this season's 

popular satitrnie shade. 
One-Strap .st\lr. with 
turn leallirr solrs and 
covered Spanish U'-rU 
Widths A. ,B ahH < i 
pair ......^^ f«i.50 



French Colonisl Toogm 
Pampa 

With patent leather ap 
plique, turn soles and 
• covered Spanish beds. 
Widths n, C and I) Per 
P9k ...... 97.00 

—Mala rieor. H.B.a 



Low Prices on N4en s and ik>ys' 

Wear 



Boys' Khaki Shirts. 75c 
Made from serviceable qual- 
ity khaki twill, with collar 
attarhed and one brcgist 
r<->rkrf Ml sizes. ,'ser\ice- 

• ••!. . ..• •.Tilts for 

\\ rAi I'll.. 7 5 r* 

Men's Khaki Twill and 

BlM CbMBbray .Work 
IMrta, tpadal, tlM 

Made from strong quality 
khaki twill and fdtie ehani- 

lir ,1 > I' I 1 I 1 C . 1 • i' .) I •! I !■ .1 t . \\ I I I 1 

• 11. Iirca.st piukct an. I •• "-.f 
. " 1. hed. Alt aiies. > 

at fl.OO 

Men's Bib and Pant 
Ovatalla. flJi Pak 

RIaek d^nim and blue and 

' hitc striped bib '»\ erall« 
I'.i^.; H'.rn brati.l (loiildr 
sr w 1 1 f Ii 1 i r I ' '.I ' N 1 m > pant 
overalls in l.laik 'lennn "nl 
All sizes Price ai.H.% 
Smocki to match f l.tt6 



EnKiish Golf Neee 
49c a Pair 

Rngfish All-Wool Coif Hose 
in 3-1 rib. Shown in grey 
and heattier with Tancv tnrn 

(|i 'V* II t . .p.. .11 c. .nt I ;i st Ml).; 
Colors. Special at, pain •49<* 

Boys' English Orcy Flannel 

Knickers, |1 69 a Pair 

Si ' . I. ' .1 111. \w.ir I iif; k II i< krr s 
I'l K' ' II 1 .1 111 f lannri . iin- 
I " ' • ! I l l tinisherl w i' ' '■ 

• 'ki • .iiid belt loon 
1 . : I . » I .«» 

Mens Khaki Work Trousers 
$1.30 a Pair. 

Men's Work Trousers In 
good wearing khaki twill. 
Roomy cut trnnsers, with 
belt loops and (iifi botlonis 

Ml ' ' t > I ivrti <l on 
Uoubk' .sewn tbn.uKliout. All 

sixes. Per pair 

—Mala near, H.1|.a 



Friday and Saturday Specials in 
Groceries and Proyiaions 



I inr,t (Jli;*llt V \r w /•.,.. ' 

C'reanierv Mutter, lb. ATf 

3 lbs. for _ ^.ftJW 

AustrSlian Creamery Butter. 

very fine <jualitv. lb 4€# 

3 lbs. for f 1.35 

Pure Bulk l.ard, lb. 24e 
3 lbs, for TOe' 
Selected Smokeil }'irni< 
Mams, per lb !42<* 
Selected Smoked CottaRi 
Rolls, per lb 32< 
Sweet Pickled Picnic Hams. 

per lb. 

Sweet Pickled Cottage Rolls, 
per lb ai^* 
I'ninr Mild Ontario < 



I"" 



.-..I. I' 



last llHtoii, i>er lb. «0«' 
Swift's Peameal I . 

Bacon, per lb •"►•'t** 

Swift's Premium Han. 

or whole, per lb 

Swift's Premiimi Boiled 

Ham. per Ih 

Sliced Jellied \ eal, lb , 40<» 
Sliced ('ornrd F^eri. tb , 30^ 
Hudson'* Bay C 
Spcdal Breakfast T 
Ih 

3 lb. (or Bl.M 

Hudson's Bay Companv 
Cevlon Broken O r a n k > 

Pekoe Tea. per lb •»e^ 

S lbs, for 

Hudson s Bar Freshly 
ted Purr Coffee, per 
lb. -iRr 
Finest Quality B.C '.r.4mi 
latcd Saflsr. M-lh. . 
sack .,.^..1^^ #1.37 



■ pa- 



36r 



Montr Brand Melba 
I'. . 1. lies, halves. No. ".i 

'• ■ «■ 

3 tins for fl.lO 

CampbeVa Tomato Soup. « 

tins for rs# 

Essex Brand Canned Sweet 
Corn. No*. 2 tin . .S for M4 
Turkish Cooking Figs. 3 
11. s t.,, 33<k 
I>rl Moiitf Brand hruits for 

s.iia.l. No. 2 tin M# 

a tins lur TB# 

Fruits and Vefetablee 

California (frapefruit at 3 
for 254" 
...<l -4 for a6<» 
I iiir,t Morida (".rrfprlriiit nt 
• Ii 16<. 3i>.| '2Kr 

^ ,4liti.rnia Sweet Orangc» at, 
per .lo/ ^.A94, 
Local Asparagus at, aCT 

bundle SM 

Hothouse Cucumbre* at, 
each SO# and SB# 

New Ka<li..lirs .irid <'.rren 
( >nion». 3 bum lies lot lOe* 

local Red Rhoharb. * n 
l..r za<' 

l-rrsh Spinach. • lbs 

.Selected CsMl i flower. each, 

1## and. tt^4 

Cahhrated Meahrooaia. Vj- 

lb. tray ^. 

Imported Tomatoes 

\h. iO< 

!•, X t r I J 11' > 

Vpples. per box f»o 

Manchuriaii WaltHi' 

lb nt 

Ivtca Almonds, per Jb 394^ 
— LMMT Maia r»w. JbSA 



Week-Hnd Spedak in Fresh Meau 



Ijtft, wliolc or lisllt POT 

Shoofderi. whofr or haft pee 

Ih J^***- 
l^oin l,.amh. per lb,.. t.ir 
Stqar Uwnh. per lb... 



Leg*, witolc ar half, per 
Ik »»e 

•houlders. whole Of half f.rr 

Ih . ~ Zir 

Kihs n, 

I,o.. 27«* 

Stew Vuttoii. per lb tUt 



a5< 



l.rg« wholr. \trr lb 
Fillrts, per lb 
l,r>in«. per Ih 
Shoulders, per lb. 



No. 1 Steer Bee' 

Sirloin Tip, per lb, ^6<* 
and ,". .»T# 

Top Side Roend* Roatt,^|tr 

'i f;..f.e. •whole, Ih , ZS^ 
^<•<■h Bf.ne. best end, at. per 

Ih sk# 

K«mp Roast. S to 7 lbs., mt 
Ih. mB4 

Prime Rib. short, lb.. B9# 

and „ Wt0 

Thiek hib. par lb tB4 

Rolled Roast, per A. .M# 

And aa# 

fl,., .r. II. 12' * 

»-re»h !'-;»' I • ■'^*«* 
,f,, a I 1. . l - SR** 

— l<«*»r Main Klnnr. H It i 




s . 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. FRIDAY. 



APRIL 16, 1926 




^^jSocietp and Women s Affairs^ ^ 

Cctfnadian'^Wqman Wins Croix de Guerre 



^..uiM-h<><>n nrMl Tra 

\ \1\mh |!«tty Kirk waK .i rharriiing 
TiohtPHs >«-iitfrd«/ ul her liunit- Ht. 
Jl'hiiilti! Slrt»'(. when Hhi- (•iil<Ttaln»'>l 
Al ii luncheon AMl^' t«« in honor <>r 
iMiM Pr«4* W««li^; wke ha* recently 
l-eturMd . from, * ym*'» vMt taT Ku- 
l-ope. Covers ' w«r« Uld f ttMtV*. 
Ibf ^cer>tr^|.i.>< a belnt pink May* 
ClowrrlriK iwiit>H. The Invited gveett 
■w I I .■ \ll~H l''r»'<|ji Warlt'i . Mlsa Jhiih 
AVaiiur Minn lnf>/. Kef. Mlfii ('athfrme 
J'rmJMsr, Mlii» Jam-t lK>yle, of New 
.Wejilnii rn»!«'r . Mls» Ii(>ri« (;ibHun. M 1«h 



f 



ri MiHH Marion WlUon 
Mljw l,ui-> llrydi^n. Ihm I>(.1.i Immh 
liHilr. aiiil Mrs. W. U. Wll«..i' l>ijr 
tn( tho afternoon the (oUowlng 
gumU af rived for t^a, MlM Ann* Mc- 
'BrMe. lHae I>orothy Crump, MlM 
Carolyn Qavtoon. Bat^ Biy4«a, 

MIka T)ori» Pattullo. Miaa gPhylUa 
,}leTiilr>rii(>n. MlM rbyllta Barton, Miae 
'Bhella Viir Mih.^ < MimU>H, of (itt iwii 
Mlaa Us'Toihy lloiiiu-» .met Mitta \ i% 
Inn Mataon. 

• • • 

suiprix" I'arty 

Ai tlii> honriA of Mr .an<i Mm. .S. K 
Mclntoah, Bay Street, a nuntber 

' of. friwdv ■ paid a wimrlm vUAt on 
KalaMt^y ' iventnr in nMor^'of i(r. 
\} ' IllN1^^h■n blrthrtny, Thr- •'v^nlnjc W"" 
■I 'tn In miiwlo .'iml crinH Ttii< prir.<- 
u .rirMT^ w »r*« \1 r< ."-Ji i.n M r--< Ij.i.l 
.Mr \S Itf-n.Mir Mr. U .M.liiti.>li 
M.l>*> M Mr. Watfvnn 

and Mr.- H. Mclntoiyi. Tho gueatH 
wtir* Mr. and Mm Couraton. Mr. and 
Mm. Br^nnan. Mr. and Mm. MoAuley. 
Mr. And Mr»i. .1 Mannnn, Mr. nn<^ 
Mn». U Ft'-n.-uf Mr /ind Mrs. N ■ 

,ni«n n'Tioiif Ml' mil Atr- ,l.-<~< 
Mlim ^Ollnor I h*- Mr .1 Ti.n.i \ir-* 

,1* Finmore, Mr. ani( Mrn. iiurotd l-'ln- 
more, Mffct Tonari, Mm. Raymond. 
Mra. Breeley. Mta. L>octf. Mra. Ralnaa. 
Mlaa G. Dalby. Mine Pike. Mr. and 
Mm. Scott. Miaa A Htir«>y. Mian 

fleury; Hfr. CTeurj-. .Mr. and Mrs. 

^Va4M>n and Mr. Wallace .Mclntoeh. 



J.KINCHAM 

ioo*BPuADSr PiMBtHToM Block 

Ou-fii Ihod POUrliUof' .-rjn 100 Ins to thi Sdc H 



COAL 

LUMP for furnace and 
NUT ior UtdMB rsdtft. 

Richard Hall & Soa^ 

1232 Government Street 

is — 



yUm^lXmncomt .Shower 

MiHS H«>loiia Taverrur !» 7 4 I'ule- 
ilonl.i Avfiiue. *va« hoatmii .i riil.i 
cellan^ouH nhowt-r In Jionor of Mr'< 
J IVarM intftf <i»-rlru<l«- l.ti^i.sl. Tli" 
recrjrtlon rootiiM and >tu|M><-r liifil" 
were decorated In coral and \»I>iil- 
and Bprlne flowera. Maater Culyt-r 
Shanln. draaaad In a pilnuatte eult. 
dmw Ml a 'daeorHtetf wacea with 
ijtTK'- I'oat-ahaped baalMU la wl|l(->> 
\hf KlfiM were concealed. DeHnir th<' 
• veninK -MIh.-* 'Irace Bowden an.l 
.VIIh.s Uiur.i White nndered non^n 
.ir.il iiiu.si'- '\'\:c Mra. T. 

I.cwi^ M r .s iliti ii.son .Mrc R 
Khank.s, .Mrs-; n TiiVfrTi.M- MiiM-w I 
<;iaaapool. It .Shu<|t>ol>. N < Hrii. ron 
L. White. J Hu(W*'ll. J I ii'M- 'i- '• 
Bowden. A. Johnson. J. Hacl.pi..- 
K. Dawaoa. A. Rlchardaon. K Ar»ot 
N. Orean. I. Kemptoa. N. Neville. J ' 
Stoddart, M. Taii«rMr> 

• • • 
Alexandra neh Iterapttatt 

Tti. i.rf .si.irrit Mr-f All<;e Thomp- 

^,,,1 ,, rill ilir rm-rnhrrs of the roni 
mill. . r A l«- \.i n.| r 1 ( ' 1 11 1' • rr Ii.'h; 
•■«.><f!< \ csf (T'l.i > uflrrn.i'Mi ,if .in :i. 
formal r.if p'i'iii ui h'Mior .^f • \1 i.--.-* 

Helen Mackenale. The rluti i.mmiyki 
were effeetlvaly deedratad with lu.u . 
tullpa and wIM HUaa. Mra. J. ri. 
Plaakett and Mra J. R. Stewart pre 

nflf<1 .if th... t' v I ible. and were aa- 
rii.Hi> .| In s«'r\inK I- ■^ number of the 
\ .oiiiKir nu ll l>i I r" .Mrx Thoitipnon 
l>r«-r' II I <'.l 111. K'lf"! ,,f h itinr with a 
j)r»'t!s I 'ir. •>.!*;<• Im.iji|u. ■ ' .nil 
llllea of the vaUey, whu h Mlaa Mar- 
kenzla meet grecloualy aeknowladtod. 

• • • • 
To AtlMid WeddbMr 

Mr. and Mra. P. H. Carroll are 
t«>avlnff thiB afternoon for Beattlf. 
en route for .'^.c r;i inf nt i> < ".il . to at- 
tend the rnarriuK*' of tli'-lr >»on. Mr 
Kr»>nk r'arroll. whirh takrs plar.- . i, 
April 27. Hffore rftinnini' )i<iii< 
Mr and Mrp Carroll w - th.ii 

daufhtera, Mrs. {^urrea and .Mine Am 
Carroll, of Oakland. . and Mru. 
Merphy. ef l>oa Anteiee? 

• • » - - - 

\ lotoria IMaeilat W. C T. V. 
A sf>«elal meettnjr of paayer in the 

intfrPMt.s of lt« wbyk will be held l' 

\ |. tr,rt;i l>l.<ftrlrt W. C. T.' U., toda'. 

, Mintii. li. iLi .1' '.' rio o'clock, In tho 
u . c .\. A Kood repreaantatlon 

<s reqneated from all unlona 

• • • 

Hrl<t»r»- aJi'l >lali .'onu Tc« 

.Mt. < \Silr«..ii, St (•ii.irl'M 

.Strict, I nt'Ttaini-'l jt i ui'l 
iimh Jonff tea yesterday afternoon in 
honor ef Mra. K. I>. Todd and 'Ur. 
HymoBili ©rVaAcouvar. 

• • ■ • 

KATtec ler NeMh' 

Mr. Perey Roberta, df Kupc^ lalahd, 
Is at' tha Btratheona Hotel t^d will 
lpav*» tomorrow for Vai)COilver, en 

ri.iiU' i< ii " ^ >< < I . wbir*' ha, wUl 

s|i. ml, ilif iSuriiTniT. " t 

• • • 

Kcliim to Kchool 

Ml "" s .M.iry an.l Hflf>n I'oyle 'have 
r'-turniU to the Sijic^ed Heart <^f»ny#nt, 



Vaacouvcr. attar apaadla^.tke MMtar 
hoitdaya In tha d^, flMiMe e« tke 

Em press Hot^l. 

• • • 

IjoavtBc for Ya^anaira 
Thf MiflM* ^aa* aaf fVifi Wertar ^ 

will ^p»•nll the woek-eafd In Van^ou- 

vrr as lh«» »n'*'»<t« of M r» \'an HotriT*'". 
who haa recf-nily icturneU Itoiu 



Van<ou*eT 
.Mliuj Kathle«*n Vtahit \'anro.iver 
Htiept. la leavlnflr thiM afi.rnoon for 
Vancouver, where ahe will I'o the 
•Met ef Mra. J. W. BalNI. fer a w«ek. 

• • • 
Ijoaw for Soath 

.Mr and Mm Omvald H. Dorman 
i*«ri UiMt eevnina vn the 8a. Emma 
AU'xnndor tmt a'elMrt trnfaMaa la tha 

.^•"iil h 

Kcturiicd I'roni < .ilirornlit 

M r < ; M 1 u< > \\A > I ft n r»icl In 
I tic Llty .ifl.r ^•|lf■^lllnrf two liiaritlis 

In Caiiforni.!. iind is rofflaterad at the 

. J.I rues liii.v ll.il. l 

UrtuniN f<) \ uni Oliver 

Mr A M. 1' I-:. I. I.-. Ill M C I !,.•?, 

returned to Vamouvrr, utter a l>riuf 

vialt, in the elty. 

« • • 

VlaU-* siMiT 

.Vlisa M. U HaII Is vlsltlne in Van* 
couver and is the «ueat of her slater, 
Mra Lewia, Twelfth Avenue. 

• • • ■ 
Mete FroM Vaoeouver 

Mr. T. Orla^ale. of Vancouver, la 
at the J4m«i B^y Hotel fer a few 
daya. 

• • • 

IVom Wlnnlpce: 

Mr f NoiiDw and Mr. MoWllll.xm. 
of Winnipeg, hj o cruoflta at the Union 
Club. 



Club. 

r.># Tor 





WEDDING 
BELLS 



WiU Soon Be RH^falg 
ThM Remcmbir 

Carter's, 705 Fort Strrn l , r 
a lut of nice preecpts tliai .il 
,waya cheer tKe bride — India 
Brass. S It iitn», ' Cloisljtane. 

I..ir<|ucr, iitc. 

-1 • , • 

Carter Oriental 

Trading Co. 

TOS Fort Street Hera Slfiea 189S 



MURJRAY STUDIO OF 
SOCIAL DANCINO 

(HtalMr lfatl«mal IiMt Social IMoelns. 
N«w Tork) 
•pd HpMiUitst la aa Bfssifcn «! 




ijiij .jTi^^rtiM iih' 



rtkllld 

M Niiplor nenition. of the Meteor- 

I .1 vatory. left en TtMeday 

f ■ . r 1 .f - .r ■ 

Leaving for (./uallciiiii 

Mrs. Uillon-Coato la leav ns o t.ii 
on a vtalt to General and Mra. Money 
at Qualieum. 4^ . ^ 

Ki iiiriKNi lYom VanoeaTer 

Mrs. U. c Coleman returned te the 
Bmpreae Hotel yaeterday attemeoD 
from a brief- vtett to Vee w eweer. 

• • • ■ 
IU>tamed From Scut do 

Mr. and Mrs. l-'lcn U..iirri.son h.ivf 
returned to thrir honif on Ilorkliind 
.\\rniio ,iUr-r , holiday in Heattje. 

\ i.-^i(iiij( In \ anoouvrr ' 

Mra. H. C. Carey and Mlaa Inea 
, Carey are returnlns from Vaaceuvea 
ieitey. 

• • • e.v 
Fran TaMoewr 

Mra. J. A. Hobday la expeeted from 
Vaaeottwar eB>a viatt to- Men. Jemea 
Deaamulr. Hatley Park. 

• • /• 

From Ta4«>ma 

.Mrs W H SpaldlpK. of T&coma. 

I" vi-^itiiix h'^r inother, Xre. C. T. 

IT-,,... |.\,,, ^|^p.et. | 
• • 

I 'roni \V InnljM-^ 

Mr. Kwart Kelly la a Wlanlpec via- 

: • ■ T ,1 • I ■■ 1 ; in \.r<-.- - ) fotel* 

.\i Jamoa Uay Hotel 

Mr. H. A. Pearaon of Vancouver. 
" I trueat at thi- .T unes Hay Hotel. 



Tb« uooas ef 

H. ERMER 

\'lrfori» » I^aillnc I.«t1'»»' Tailor 

itu l>o«cfaM at.. VIctarta, B.C. 



Trocadero School of DiMilf 

"Hnmti of Wall Tnklfvrd Daaeon" 
Rparlallxa nf • thnrnach anrt •rl»n irv 
mcthoU o( taltlon In (!>• mast^noa u( 

■■a wa s sslal daaoiac. 

Vim vtooK. BBUfoirr hocsh 

OppMtto VmMnm 
Tmr App*lataMa«s Pkaea Itas 



{ Pashions and 
\ Foiblea 

Iwaai^^Mia By SM$f 





Electric Refrigeration 

The S f •*. K \ f\ L flcctric rcfrigtrafi' !! ' lirMit; demon- j 
etratcil at our hoi.th it the Tl .n!. Products i'air. 

*' r>v ' 

Come and See ilow / 
It eiul^lf^ von to make pnre ice cubes from 

drinklH; i^rr in ,il m T\'i,-»nf e. 
H keeps mciit^ sweet indefinitely. 
It keeps fntits etld vejretahlei in crisp, fresh 



C • 1 n . ' M n 



1 1 k<'c[>s tiiilk Irc.sh aii«l svvcct. • 

It prcsrrvtv* left-over dishes. ' p 

It en ii I' M il to prcpsre sAteds, kcs, creams. 

cocktail-, { t> 



It is 



itary, attractive, economical and cntirci/ 

automatic. 



iFjjrrerBffliwBrfiftv 




A frock that shlrra Itself at ahoul- 
der and walatUne can !>• made aaally 
and Inexpenatvely, for It require* no 

oth*«r trtmmlne and la charmlnr evwi 

in loiton volln In M.adonna Mii»», for 
' v.imi'l''. 1 r thei now V'-llowl-flti (fre<>n 
■' ii i< in'l tio- <-olor I'f willow 1>udfl 
in tho farly .SprinK. or in nilmo»..i yel- 
low. It 1« very lik«- and quite as lovely 
as the frooka on* flnda at Liberty's in 
r.Andon or In the flaaalnatlnr ahop* 
of the Rue Saint Honore. Printed 
u-oorjcette Is rharmlnr In flower pat- 
tcrof. or lhf» npw l->rni1i i|>ytl|(Ti>' of 
lrlde«t"ont !»<>ap hiihlibw In pink .ind 
blue. 




CuticnraCoinfoTtsTender 



with 

tar. than Mtow erhh a Ufht apftll 

cation of Catloora Olnttnent, fentlv 
rubbed tn Thti Iroalrrxmt i« moat 
•ucceeaful in rciievlnc and oom- 
(ortlng 

"»« 

pair C«e,fw Skmwimm StM Ur 



\M)V'F: 1h nr. .Mjry I K.Uvardn. 
of Nf« ^'ork i'il\ f"rn:i'ri\- of 
Toronto, the only Canadian wf)ni.»ti 10 
Im- honored by the Krenfh no\ . r ri 
nienl with the Croix de Cuerre, Sh<' 
uat* recently Kuent of honor at the an- 
nual dinner of the University Cotleye 
•' THin ai ft Mii l ei H i i i O i t iliieTTj n 
tendlBff to work amoi^a the woroea 



Weddinaa 



THEMAINUS. April 1I.~A pretty 
weddlnsr was aolemniaed In the Map 

tlMi I'hiircli on Monday evonlni: at 
7 .111. when tli.> Kov K M Cook 
iinl'ed in rnirri.KTf M . 'rothy 

■• l ii. youngest dauctiirr of .Mr. and 
\1' I. T .^niilh, to Mr Kdgar Moyd, 
of I'owell Klver. The bride, ^iven in 
narrlace by her father, looked 
charmln* tn a frock of white eeor- 
r«>tte. white veil and a wreath of 

orangf blon.noniM Sfio carried i l.oii- 
quet of rofi<« utid Ilia Iden hii Ir fern. 
She w;ix I :•■< 1(1 Into rhuch by two 
little fl<.^^.l f 'lM .M;iy HoliinJon, in 
apple Km I, si;i< .-ind Lydl.i <:iUlland. 
in pink, both carryinj; baaketa of 
flowera tied with ribboha to match 
their frocka. Mra. Ozley played the 
VVeddlne March from Liohengrln. 
and dUrlnV the RlKnlnp of th" r<^>flM. 
ler, "I Love V'mi Tnilv" w i.s suntr 
by Mrs ( i!'^" > TJie itiiiti h waH 
decfirated with doK^>'>d. narrlasl and 
hyacinths, a larffe number of friends 
^elae preaent to wltnaai the eero- 
meay. whieh waa followed by a re- 
ception held At the home of the 
bride'a parents. The reception roomx 
w<re decorated with RprlnK^ flowers 
the bridal partv wlandine urnI.T .m 
arcti (dverrd with lihi. ■ ' . \ . \ 
bufff-t «iii>p>>r waa nerved, a weddlnjc 
c«ke orriipylnj the centre of the 
• able. The croom'a ctfta to the . bride 
vere a haMbaff. a etubbae and a 
»;old wriat Watch, and to the fl' wr 
«rirla. atrlne* of pearla. Mr. and Mr^ 
Lloyd left by Tnofi>r for .t honeymoon 
..»i tho i«iind th«> hii.i. * r^A valine In 
•I r < ■•■ ■ri< i)tin«" ■ !•■ with band* 

ma<l«' nnnamon colored hat. 



Your liirt1ulay \ 



ArRTT> i« — Ko undertaktaff la too 

t Il to dixcouraK^ you and you are 
i»- 11 1' .it.le to r.irry your echemea to 
• I I ■. ' n Voii will ll«ten rarefuily 
!o iti" ..|\ .e of o|her». and Jiiat aw 
urefiilly I'lrj'K- \-nir own coiirae 
Vour hom<' life will be very happy. 
I iirb a tendency to faolt-flndlnc and 
remember to "bear and forbear" 

Tour birth-atone la a dlamoad. 
nhK-h meana Innocence. . 

^ nearer la a delay. 

le^ eelera are rs« aad 



and ihlldrrn nf r, fni;..- 
Kdward.i an ! lu ■ . ihfi 
I ' I"' 1 IK f. Their llrHl 



f^ln'll.-,.. flj- 
< ' III r- n v\ r Ti f 
ho.spiial wuH 



' f "a I 



ip before ornj^iatlon An a re- 
hult ihey threw in their lot With the 
French medical servloa, werklaff a 
larse evacaatl e a_beetttel for ei^ht- 
nouf atf aiuliee. Tlia bendUiy "wse fre - 
eeeatly under bombardment. 



Women s Clubs 
And Societies 



llarTCy-BopKs t haptrx Mootlnjt 

Tho rrj; jl.i! iHines.s riioellne; of 
"■■ii'Mimi H.ir,.-v r>eaumont IIoprh 
l hapter, I 1 1. K., waa held "n 

Wednesd.i . 1 . r adquartera, the res- 
ent, Mra. w. K. Bayer, prealdlns. a 
new meml>er, Miae Oraee Money, wan 
weleomed. Tha convener reported 
that the tlcketa are aelllnr well for 
the dance to bo driven tonliirht uf the 
Connatfirht ae.imnn'M Institute. Urldgu 
pliiyer.s aro ri in lri< lod that play Will 
r o 1 1 1 n , ■ ■ 1 1 . I • ' ^ ■ o , , ■ , 1 , . , I 

DV. (>. M. Ii., \ ii-toria t'huixcr 

W. O. M. L... Victoria Chapter. No. 
35, held their reeular meettns In tho 

K. of P. Hall on Monday evenlnic. 

vshon Initiation !onk place, f llouoii 
tiy an annUorsary eoclal. A supik t 
waa served to I.eKionalres and thoir 
h 1 1 s h;i 11(1 s from the Hontor li^'lirc. 

I .<--i; . . 'II ,1 1 (■ M iidl Mli'l h' I ' i'miiiH 
If-i- were 1 •'Hponsible for the Buppoi 
arrangements. Folldwlna SUi^ei 
danclnc took place. 

• • • 
A lctorl^ U<-\ low 

\ urtori.i Ho\i<'w, No. 1, W IV.A., 
'I''- ii :lic K of I' Mall, on Tiion- 
d.i.\ w il h» « "om m.i iid ' T iiland in the 
chair. A number of members of No. 

I I Ueview were present, and Iniala- 
tlons took plaee. The next raeetlne 
takea place on 'April 27. Followlne 
the meetlna a wblat drive wlU take 
place. 

• • • 

Meatbera of tha board of directora 
of the Y.W.r.A. are reminded of the 

•monthly meetlnir belnit held at the 
association hradquartera today at* 
2:30 p m It w.i.i r>o«(poneil from l:i.«t 
P'rlrl.'iy on iKi unt of the provliKial 
conferenco i . w . 111 .n that date. 



A'ar/// H. C. Folklore 
To Form Subject of 
Lecture Mexl Tuesday 

The Women'a Oaaftdlaa Club, on 
Tueeday aflemeoa. at the Ihiipi aas 
Hotel, will lleten to an addreaa e( the 
very early fairy atortes and felklere 

of thin part of Can.ohi some ef 
which had their orlsin ,1 < f.ir hack as 
■■•I" I" I' .Mr Mruce A .McKcKlo 
• Jniii I I M tor of the Native Sons of 
Mri <*olaBbla, will be the 

speaker. 

Mr. McKelvie haa nmde a close 
study of the early hiatory of Brlttah 
Columbia, tradnr the Indian laeeada 
aad delvlne In the early folklore, 
end his address promises to he both 
Intereatlnir and enlerlni k The 
Bolol.st for the afternoon 1 . i l)e Uon- 
ald Adanui. one of \ n turla'e MMSt 
pronllf>ln^; xdiinir p 1 1 ti 1^ i .•<, 

Ah .Mr .M . K( !\:c will arrive on the 
.iftoriioon iio.ii from Vancouver, the 
mooting will commeilee at 1:11 In- 
stead of at 2:4t. 



Fashion Fancies 




The soft georgotto dinaer sown 
above furnlahes a at rl king contrast 
to many of the new dinner gownH 
whIeh are usually of paatel tlnta. 

The color ehoeen for thia la a deep, 
vivid purple. BrUlteat lade sreen 
gooreetta la applied flat afalnet the 
t>odlce in Inverted 1' design. This 
firtlshea St the centre front with lone 
. n !■» f hich tie In a bfiw and drop fo 
tho tcin of the frock Tho tip ond* 
.,r< of '(Til and yellow. 

With this la worn' sllppern and 

( i^inga Of the aalbo ■.>rl|ftt |a«e 

color. 



■ Women* n InsiUuies 



Sun-up 

to Sundown 

It is only a jnaOifMrof hoius ^ 
firom the tomatoes smiling 
on the vine to Heinz 
Tomato Ketchup smiling 
m the bottle. . . 

Heinz Kitchens are lo- 
catedwhere tomatoes grow 
best. Hein2 spices aie pur- ^ 

chased where they grow 
best. The cooking is done 
by cooks who cook best* 
Every step a Heina si^p— 
a step. 

That IS why f^tnz To- 
mato Ketchup goes best 
with other ^ood. It is the 
^1 essence of the tomatOt " 
undiluted, unadulterat^ 
unsurpassed. 
Ask Grocer for New Prices 

HEINZ 

TOMATO 

KETCHUP 

> /zrr 

Othtr tminim P 

MBINZ CKCAM Of TOMATO SOOT ^ Mhit fWU VmiOABS 
HEINZ rooKID tPAOMim • .'taitat OnN.MOBD MAM 

The taste is the test 

ALL MIINZ TOMATO PROOUCTS SOLD 
IN CANAVA AHE. FACKID IN .CANADA 




Th. truth aboul din should ft. .prfii'i to vny ptiyrtelan and *eBfrttM"efhs4NW 

public .ctiool curriculum will virnvldf III- l«r».-m tiri.i r.ir iinprnvlns lti» pr.a.nt 
ceadltieaa. ivery girl solas throush l»i<» Junior and ix-ni .r >>-»r» . f hi»ii •( ho..i 
meat have tralaiag la aiaUtlos, •spaclalty as appli.d to prvaatal >ad pr« 
*seheel feediag. ksfere ws will keve stfeag testh aad bsalthr bsi l aa 



ftliFlmir. 



DR. GILLIS . 

Eeeofaita^ rill Uatf 9m 



BUY HOME PRODUCTS 

Co wichan Butter 

QUAUXY UNSURPASSED 
Has That Natural Presh Cream Flavor 

AT ALL QROCERS 

50 Genu Per Pound 



Mr. J. Ii. Terry Spiakn 

To Victoria Farmers 



VtctorU 
The Vlotorla Women's 
wut Bei4 e ru 
Jehneea 
e'eloefc. 



lasttteie 

•t IST 

'&t t:se 



Mr. J. R. Terry, Chief Inapector. 
Poultry Bmneh, Departmeet ef Aeri- 

riilturc, was the epcaker a' ih.- 
monthly meeting of VIctMrh, I . m, 
era' Tnatltufe. held n' i; • '•.<■■ ' 
TMttHty evening. Ir.cub.itiop of 
chleha. feeding and treatment of dle- 
eaaa waa dealt with in a practical and 
Intlfeallaff way. E«ea from th>- 
prairie provlncea with tbelr nir> 
million bona, would, 'la the near f< 
ture. be an Important factor In the 
price on the H. C. market, waa the 
opinion o' tho !»perikor At ' '■ >n 
I luaion •! 'I 111 o r (MlM qiioht|,,ti- \»ori- 
nitkril M .1 ' Tialderatdn I* n o w lodi;. 
ohtaiii"! A hearty vole of thankM 

w .u X tended to Mr. Terry Mr hia 

addreaa. 

The preeident. Mr. R. W. Mercer 

n . . the chair, and the meeting 
rti.r" * ' with .!« ii«iinl t'omlneaB A 

Hum f S ■ 1 '. "to.l t I . I ' >l 1 ■ 1 

\\ , o-i'O' 1 1, » 1 ' 11 1 o ''lo fi.nlo "m 

■ ,lt . 1 ( J : [O l.r ■ Oi'.^I ,11.1 l"l.i»0| 

Hhow. 'Iti*' n< X I ri,<-"' . ny; will t,,. 

May 11. Mr H Tlive I > , ii i i 
lOr, wlU b* the speaker. 



VAREX 

1 cjmaiicntly ln'al.^ 
varieose ulcers, bad 

. rtc \' a r c X 
method ol treatment 
halt never failed 

\\ ';rn prupC! ! s' ,ip- 

iil'C'i ( '.'ill, write or 




Minuter Swarm In 



OTTAW \ A|.r.l I -^Hon. J. C. Kl- 

iiott, Minister of i.Abor. wae sworn la 
Ibis afteraoon aa MInieier e( BoMlefV 
Civil H a ee t e bU i fti weet aa4 >eeer<lnf 
to the leema of tlM OTdee'la-CevBefL 
"Will preMe eear ffet Pijamnat ef 

Health.** 

y r lipid tacking, a hammer hi^ 
v< nte4 to whieb taeke are led 
by a belt. 



ji;rt ^jut L>Uj i^^Mukj Y^-o-Ji^ <^ 



THE DAILY COLONIST, \ ICTORTA, B.C., ] U]D.\y. APRIL ir,. 102('. 



9 




YOUR HNAL 
CHANCE 



VVe have said very little afbout HeinUman & Co. pianos i^ 
this sale beeatiae to announce one of theac pianos at less than 

rr;;ijlar price WOuld have ))r(-ii to fill Our piano HqQI* ^'^^ 

raprr liu\»rr^. nnd ';f>.irr iv Imntrfl Tlu)sr whn lia\r come hive 
f'uitHi i.ui pi. Ill"- iiiaikeil at prucN that li.i\c ii"t pir\i<nivl\ 
hcfii kno'AM <iii rii.iiiN llir lii^'h j^r^Ir inakc- <it i n - 1 1 iitnr ii t ~ 

The JCnnis pi.ino, pujnilarly nrnicd at ^50.00, and a great 
favoHtc amciij,' the pfoi)h- of average nifan<<. has proven a 

still ^^rr.itri laMinic at th.- ridiculously 1" a pi k <■ l "^.15'M)fl 

espcciall v uhrn ( oupird with terms of $10.UU ca»h aad a ie>v 
dollars \\r< kl\ and no interest. 

W c iia\e only a tew ot lliesc popular i-.nnis piauua left, and 
will extend the privileges of our sale prices for today and 
Satur day. We advise fou to come early and secure your own 

choice. 



$359 

i\m Cash 
$U$WMklv 

NO lirrsRBST < 




HBINTZICAN * CO.. WBBBR. GOURLAY. 
OyLBBAWlKM AND OTHSE MAUax ^ 



Walter F. Eyans 

Umlted 

1U3 Government Street Phopc 1241 




MacFarlane Drug Co. 

Cor. Douglas and Johnson 



VANART 

FOR FLAVORING 

CAKES CUSTARDSrrt 

LIKEVA NIL LA ONLY NICCR 

-AT Y0URCK90CERS 



Hudson Seal 
Coats 




Ar« Made Iftnk 
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I poafeMwion of ot»lum explren tomorrow. 
' ' fTortu of M' irt tfrndrrson lo 

'^Tiirf quaahiAs of hla conviction hav- 
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> aaterday. • 

Mr. A. T). Mnrfarlanr, who h«« n p 
P*iir*d for llir- I riiwn m ihiru i stitrx 
of a --Imllir ri.ilurf .«r, urrd p<Tnil.- 
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<" iii <><'- « ' a further warrant 

..f . .,mini: -iw I,' plaCA of th« OfM 

which Mr. Ilrnd. r^on clalmati waa In 
error In that th« coata of convaytnc (^e 
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Sybil's Tryst 



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^ i By COLON KL II. CURTIES 
Author of The draatkm OBb," "Love and the Law," Etc 



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OlArTKR vin 
I.4«Ko .MuBgiorl iii a braullful pUi r 
to .1 woman, even ai thf end of 
iJclobcr, eapoclaiiy when she h.-ia a 
IpThW liaahBBd with her and bar 
hoBd ua iaoB !• mm that doaa sot 
waaa. 

I aftaa wonder." aaid Sjrhll one 
dav "what I have done to deaervo 

\ oil Hollo 

liollo .iniiled h\n quft .imilc 
1 inigtif JUKt »» well .■**> ' >T 
.inawered, "what I have done lo 
deaonna.jpou. Hava iroti been happy, 
little on*, tha Uat alx wacka?" 

"Happy!" sfco anawarod. wHh the 
ring of teara In bar voice — ^teara of 
Uiankfiil Joy — "T did not know that 
Mil h hniipinewi t-xinteil In Itif world 

Kollos fiico grew graxc ami lil.i 
<^\r! tixed upon i boat upon the 

1.1 Kp. he gently stole hla liaml o%»"r 
I'Ts and took It. The two .-eerTi.-ii 
loMt in tlioa#ht: ahd. of all har hap- 
piness; ha, of aoma other theme 
»)iu-h aeemad not ao pleaainr. 

Their reverie was broken b> ilie 
criniiii - of lUillo H valft. Hiownlnj; 

'riil.i a rii tia- Ju.ll 1 oiiie .■^li 

li" -^dl.l 

Hollo look the blue paper ;i'iil p.rr 
li open, then thrust it I'U' til^ 
pocket. The Joyoua look which had 
ilaplaoed thoaa tfacaa of paat aufter 
>nc durlnc hla honeymoon now fave 
place to them again, .md Syhll saw 
1 1 

■ in the 111,1 1 • ' I d.-.i ' . .-• 

Vuu know you proiql^eU inc ihri 
I iiinsa — " he becan. 
aha srl0pad hla arm. 
"Tou ara not solar to leave me. 

Hollo, are you." she aaked hoaraely, 

after only six weeks?" 
Her h.tnd lay In hla. he preaaed it 

hurd luit d:d not an.'wer her 
i| u<'»t Ion 

"Tomorrow, dear, ' he said with 
»n effort at calwaaia, "w wUl *o to 

l^ucerne." 

"To Lucerne?" Sybil rapaatad. 

"Tea. to Lucerne: and thara I have 
a very pleasant aurpriaa for you.** 

.'<>i>ii net Intareatad; aha draw 
near to him. 

"I would sooner remain har* with 
^ou," she said softly. 

"But, darilnc, we mutt so to Lu- 
erne," ha aald doetatvaly. "We have 
no altaraatlTO In tha matter." 

She knew by hla tone th.it -\\r 
must not carry the matter further 
hut (he sweet iiunith rttnip>ii into 
.ilmnrt a pout .^Itn had been .'•U'h 
an klol (luring Ih.i' i\ weeks; It waa 
I r I tri come (luwn to abaolute 

■ r!>r,| K^nre. 

iiut t)ybll waa atauBch and true; 
Mhe had siven har word aa an JBns- 
liah lady, and the would k«ap Itt 
And deep down in her heart she 

Knew th.lt abaolute tru.«tfulr.nss 
lier liuftband was her wiireMt plnl;^ 
for hapiiine^.x 

.^'o iho next (la> lh*>\ .startfd for 
l.iif'ern'' hilt Jtfaycfi one da.\ and 
night .1' Milan, to sec the Cathedral. 

Thf iir |.ri..^e at Lucerne waa soon 
revealed to her on arrival; a amart 
^r awaited them at tho atatlon and 
v^hirled them away Xh a bls villa 
^tandlns hish above the flwaltsarhof. 

fybll waa retting uned now to ar< 
riving at sfatloni and walking direct 
ftito ,1 waiting c.ir v, iihoijt hothf-rini; 
ib'vit ti'ket.M or imijtijre the maid 
I'd • ' • \ let did all t h.a ! 

Ill' .i!ri\f-d at I.,urerne in the 
"k^ Hid bis villa wa,s llghtetl 

up. Iiut the Hurprlae came to het 
when ahe aaoended the atepa, for at 
the top. atandlns with . ovtatratehad 
ha,nda to raeatva har.. waa Mra. Der- 
went. 

The old lady took her In her arms 
and kissed her, aa she alwa.\^ did 
now, and the three wrnt in'o the 
villa tocfth^r 

She wii.M no' .«ij r pr ' »f I 'o nfr- 
I»or',\«-ni 1 hutU-r thfre i nil one of 
the (ootmen from Hiii,-')ion; it all 
seemed QoltO Bfttnri! 

When Sybil and Mra. l>erweat wete 
alone la tha aalOB— bo dMoraat In 
.<4ybira ayaa to hit ■agllali drawlns* 
room— CrMt ooBfidad In har old 
friend — r«AlIy, aa BjrMl often 
housht, her relative now. 

fiolio ih goioK awa>." she aald 
niih ii (at' h In her voice. 

.\irs rierwemt'a haai waa on hers 

in a monienl. . 

I Know I Know," tha aald. "it 
« very hard for you to looa htm in 
our hanaymoon. but you mutt trust 
him. It will bfi far battar fbr you 
both If you do. • 

"And will he be away long, do 
you think?" asked .Sybil anxiouHly. 

"I cannot leli .mju. ' was the 
anawar; "It may be only for a few 
days. It may be much looser. ** 

"Then you must know wh\ )io 
SOee. and what he In soins to do?" 
asked S>-bil. with the kllshtast tahch 
of Jealoualy In her volea. 

"Tea. I know." aaawarad tha old 
1 .1 il V s,T (1 1 y . 

.\nd you ca,nnot tell me?" ' 

".No. I eaaaot tali roa." wma the 
intwer. 

"But. SrMI daar." aba aaM a me* 
nent after, "let us BMka a »aet not 




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For thr rr «-orr Tears, Chuw 
Sanborn's Sesl Bfan.1 
(Jotfec ban Seen rerxiwtv ! 
£or its supcjux quality and 
rich " 



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m.4inf.iin« tn e\TTy rca 
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Sealfinod 



Chase & 

SanbornTs 

SEAL BRAND 




lo dlgrusH thin matter I will tell 
,\ou >ill I dare tell von. .*nd sou iiiuM 
rest aattsfied with tha: 

^ijrbU looked a way aadl^ at the 
twlBkltBS Hshta la tha hoBhi on the 

lak^ and then the thought came Into 
her mind; how mufh Itotlo harl 
aiven lier. we.tlth hi« poi^nion 

.ind. greatest trea.aure of all, hla love. 
Surely ahe COVUI hi fMieroua. too, 
and trust I^M. 

"Tea, thAt wlH be beat.** ah* 
answered Mrs. r>er«ent "Wa Will 
>>peak of it an little as porifilble." 

Ancl MO the t»o fell Into the haliit 
of avoiding the subject of itollon 
.i haenoe, 

H* want tha Baxt day. and Sybil 
redo with him . 1b tho car to th* 
station at LuoarB*: It aaamed mi range 

to lier that she could nny noihln;; 
'o hlrii a-i Ihes ^t ood lojcellur \>), the 
<-«rri.iee door ciltier ol his Jouiiie, 
or li I e I u rn 

"Iiut you wUl come back soun, 
Rollo. won't yovr* Mi* voBtBrad 
witataltr. whan ha waa Ib tha trmln 
aBd It waa ahoat to atart. ' 

He put .BBt hla haiBd and gripped 

hers. 

If I loiilil help H dear " he Haiil 
I Would not 1 e, 1 \ e .\ o 1 1 a I all 1 ; 1 1 
iii> heart Is wlih \ ou wherever I |{o 

And with ittat, the train besan to 
move In that orderly, atealthjr auui- 
nar pacallar to CaatlBOBtal traaw, 
aBd Srkll waa left ataadtBg on the 
ptelform. 

(To Me Continued) 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY 
W£LCOM£S GOVUNOR 

SCOttlah B<mI« llii^ I I lrit,'iilHlH«l \ \h\ 

toe* at i-'ortiUshtly Meetlas — 



Hti Honor th* Uautanant-Oovernor 
waa welcomed aa honorary pre.xnii ni 

of the H\. Andrew's and Caledonian 
So<-|e|>- l.i~t . veninK at the for-r ; ' ■ \ 
meeting whn h took place in Mo 
A, O. F. Hall Uis Honor, who .. 
accompanied by hia niece, Mlaa Mac- 
kenzie, ^aa met at tha door by a nam- 
her of tha Victoria Boya' Pip* Qajid. 
who piped him Into the hall In true 
Scottish faahlon. Kxpresning hla da- 
light. Ilia Honor remarked, "I did not 
know thera waa aueh mwale Ib C«b* 
iida." 

The prealdcnt, Mr. J. Orant. save 
a apaaeh of waleom* and Weaaatad 
Hla Honor with an lIlBmlnatad ad- 
dreae on t>ehalf of the aoclety. the 

ceremony of Initiation then belns 
jrlven In repl>inK lo the ,, .|,| i nr 
welcome His llont.r reniarl.. ! M,,,i |,«. 
wa.« paiiniil-' 'iipreF.i^ed "I'li -he 
InltliiHon I. .o oii .md thatik-d the 
o..Toi.e,« .tio-t i,ei,iu\- for the beau- 
tiful Illuminated add/eaa. which, he 
said, would occupy a prominent place 
at OoTernmont Houae. He concluded 
by thanklna the eoclety on hehalf of 
his niece for the ch;irminc bouquet 
presented fo her and wished the fo 

' ' • • ' - J. In the futuri*. 

A « oncert followed in Which aome 
exceptionally enjoyable mualeal num- 
ber* were given. Thoee toklns pert 
w^re: Mlaa White, who ifave an ex- 
hibition Highland danrine >Tr?< 
Wllaon, who «nns; two Scottish Kongji; 
Mrs. r.ongfleld and Mr .1 K(d.ert«<.n 
who ^anjr .t duel Mr Ft. H. Kow. vio- 
linist M;<« .■-rniii. pianhK; Mr. AAgua 
.Mac ijonuld and other*. ,, 

The Seottlah MB|r Queen candidate. 
Mlaa BiMale Waltae*, waa introduced 
to the aeeemht y, aad Ib eonciualon the 
Pipe Band played a selection. 



JUBILEE TAG DAY 

PLANS COMPLETE 

I n ier the .iii.spj.e.s of the Women's 
v .^i i .ry of the .jublie* Hoopltal, a 
tas day will be held tomorrow, and 
arrangementa ara eemplete for can- 
▼Bsalhg tha cItlaaBa. ao that everyone 
will have an opportonltr of aubscrib. 
Ing to the fund*. Mr*. Levy win i,e 
at Melroae'a atore thla afternoon from 
.1 to :> o'clock for the purpeae of dle^ 

frlbutlng boxes. 

Tiier. .,,e t we n ( y -threo BtatioBa Br* 

riinj,'ed for ,i- f-' lower 

Kmpr. <^ ,1 I . , iMway, Rev.*A. de- 
IV iiwen. I'os! ,ff,.o. Queen Alexandra 

Ueview; f.e • HulldlBg and 6lub, 

Mra. Oliver Bell; Waller Broe., Mr*. 
Campbell; Oovemment and Fort 
Streete. Mlaa Dola Dunamuitr- r.ank 
of Commerce, Mr*. French; WiHiimi 
Drug Store. Jubilee i i ' 

office. Mm llol.ertv \l • ■,, \ 
Dunra n M ■ | ■ , i. , . 1 1 ; (, i ,., ., 'i ; , » 
.Tnd ' : .\ < I i; M,en • i',.,nt.. 1 m n jh t ern a lid 
Mi'd. ,,f KnKotn > , t . - .md Rroad. 
Women a Instituie. .Market, Friendly 
Help and tirs. Camildy; Cook and 
Fort Streeta. Mra..H. K. Prior; View 
and Broad Streeta, Mra. Shandlay: 
Fort — Tlmaa and Pemberton Build - 
ins*. Mr*. Colllaon: Terry's and op- 
posite corner. Mrs. riurlon. <>wl I>ruK 
Store. Native I>auplitere. \ am r.uver 
riruK Comr'any .Native I>aughlerr 
.''penrrr o front door and corner. Mm 
H l!o, ert«on U'oolworth s and op- 
posite ,orner .ir. Branch; Douslaa 
•"■I ^.•l'e« four cnmere — Mre, Mc- 
Kcown, Mr*. Robertaon; HudaeB'a Bay 
Company. Mm, Mtilrhead, 

OAK BAY LADIES TO 

HOLD PRIMROSE T£A 

niBl AbnbbI RhvtJon nf oni' er^ iir-id 
(;ivr« Mr*. .M. 
PrwMdcBcy 



Mrs, M, (1. Monre w.i.s ye*t#rday 
afiernnon elected prealdent of the Oak 
Bay inlted t hurrh T^lea' Aid at the 
firat annual m^lnc whioh haa heen 
held alBce vbIob was affected. 

The meeting waa held under the 
joint ehalrwiantCilp of Mrs t. f. 
Oliver and Mm. M »; Mo,.re. and 
elections resulted as foiions 

President. Mrs. M r: Moore; first 
\ 1. e pres(<lenl Xfrs. T K Oliver; 
.^e nn<l \ ice-pre^ident Mr« < has. Hud- 
-on Hecreiar>. Mm. §. Blrketond; 
trcHsiirer. Mm. Agnr. 

At thle aame fhoatlng arrangements 
were romplated for tho priareaa te<> 
to he held by the aoclely on Wednes 
day. April 21. from S t* < pm 
connection with thki ther-^ will aUo 
be an attracfK-e ^le nf work, wtih 
'able-. ■ ' f,ri.v»..r .iii'-.ns. home- 
■ orvl, 1 n i i! > f ^1 " , , a r rs 

' ■» I ' ■'■ ,« f ea I lire of 

thi affair. Mriii will be under the con- 
vcBaeahlp hf Mf*. 



In 



"Am I deBaea4od l»» B i.a menker. 

I ma?" 

I ' T daro mr. IPBt I'm not i«ure J ye 

mat amy of yw fhlher « 

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RRST CHURCH MARKS 
CLLlUNfi OF DEBTS 



CongrrgalfoiMl Rally Hrld I .ant F.vr- 
nlnc lo t'<-lt>foralr t'lofslng of 
(.ainiMtlan for S:(.1.000 

'1 he I iiiicrt t um of Jh'irst 1 ni'eil 
i hurch rallied in large number.* last 
evening to a thaakagiving aoetal held 
to ealabrate the riooing of the cam* 

p.ilKn to 1 le.i r the cliiir. h del-i ' 
I'lirint; ilie .\ e.i r «huli l■lo.^ed on 
Mm h ;i l.i.sl the . ..nt;rr^rtl»ofi haa 
put fonli .vpeii.il (fTorl.H alons nils- 
i«lonar> linei« .ml Irom .,11 diepart- 
inenta the church contributed more 
thaa It.SSS toward mtaalona Once 
thla Bhjeetlve is m sight plane ware 
made for t>ie pa>ment of the debt 
.i^altisi !he 1 tnjrch proin itv I h •< 
amo.uit -Stood a( I'.'.'i iiiiii lo.i ,sin'.- 
.iloiiii th,- middle of List moiuh tto- 
HUfii of 118. &UU has hvf-A subMribed 
l>> the congregation. And there are 
further promleee whloh will be met 
before tho end of the eurrent year. 

Th<' ( amass i. not ,1: quite 
I oniplele but tlo • ominitlee in 1 hariie 
of the lolleiliig 1. .onfiilen'. (hat 
\>\ the .-nj of the ne»t year not .1 dol- 
lar Hill be owing against what \n 
proudly reoogBlpgd •* OBO of the 
fineat and moat modem chureh prop- 

eitles In the provinie 

riie.K p.iin's vNere .iii hii. ij4'i'. o it 
l.\ .speak. -r- l.isi ei.'iiini; Tto 1 ; >■ . 

1*1 \\ ilMuii ^reitided. and Mr. 

lieorKi Mc(;regor told dn Intereatlas 
lory of the building opatatloBa from 
the coSamoBeement of the Sunday 

wchool until the coni|)letion of 'the 

• hurch edifice Mr .limes F'orman. 

• h.iiiiMiii >f !(ir- I'o.irfl of 1 1 ! .1 n I ^- >• r - 

nave A I l< .1 J 1 lilt of . hiiri ;i l;n,iio - 

inK duriiis he l.isi iweUe yeais 01 
'•ringing liie history down to the 
I t'ceat aucceeefttl campaign. 

The Ladlea' Aid Soeioty, whieh haa 
iieen ao actlvaly eonnboted With the 
liquidating of the financial obllsa- 
lioni of the church. served refresh- 

I,' nts If. .1 very able wa.\, and there 
.1 mii-i- il jirogra III II , Ihone tak- 

iitr I'.ii' II • I'l OK .Mis- M W.itSoil. 

Mrs. \V. 11. WUcon, and Mr. R. 
Hardla. The Rev. Vt. J.. Campbell, 
a, former mlnlater of the church, 
cioeed a happy oeoBaloa with devo- 
tional axareieea. 



j tashion Fancies 

" Bi Mane M-i-^ 





QUALITY IDENTISTRY 

— aa4 > i aa afc» a*r matkee* ara heth 
maeava aa4 >rrirl*nr «• ara aSI* 1* 
aiaere Mtb»«t quaiii. al 

I.OW riut aa 
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1 he Summer* season will be marked 
hy its UK. ot every lovely paatel tint 
under the sun. 

Theee dellghtf ui colore, euch ae pale 
bole do roee, eeft yellow and apple 
green are smart when used alone, and 
ihrv alHo are most uttr i> tl\e u I . 
two colors are coniblneil In a frock 

Above Is shown a model that Is de- 
UsbtfuUy almple In,. outline and most 
pl*B*lBg la effect. ^>bo r o ally haa to 
ae* th* ah«^l pink tone uaed tor the 
ineeta on the robln'e egg blue drea* 
to gppreelate It* lovellBeaa. 




SFBCUL IN 

Simnums B%dm 

W alnut I inith Graceline * 

|:.-d MS.ftO 

\'.:: !<-'': I 'able Spring 9t9*M 

buucnor \M)ite blaelic 

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$46.50 
Stislsri ffersHiN 

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Argentina, haa regerred three Urg* 
area* agalaat e^loratloB UBtll the 
OovemmoBt iBveallgaiteB 'their petrB- 
leum depoelta 

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The Bicyde tiiat 
Craws with Your Boy 

(Boys — get your dad U) read this ad,) 



NOTICE that curved bar. It 
might be called the economy 
curve, because Billy, aged twelve, 
can now ride the bicycle comfort- 
ably. And when Billy is seven- 
teen, he w-ill be able lo use the 
same bicycle with equal comfort. 
Billy cannot outgrow the C C M • 
curved bar bicycle. By raising the 
saddle and hancUc bari it grows 
with him. 

The chances are your twcivc- 
year-old Billy knows all aboot 

C'C'M" bicycles. He can tell you 
how they're built of English 
seamless tubing, how the nickeled 
ajid enameled parts stand years of 



wear and how the C C M Triple* 
hanger gives easy pedalling 

Equipped with Famous 
Hercules CocLster Brake 

Nothing like the new improved 
Hercules brake has y«t been InwdntMl 
for the bicycle. Billy can tell you abotit 
that, too. It has a ncver-failinj;, smooth 
grip. It mmis protceHett f«r Hillya 
whether at twelve or Rtvcntcen. Wngh* 
ing only 29V4 ounces, it is everything 
la aa dmcrfgncy. All QtC'U' bUfCisi 
are equipped witb tb* SSW bapcefld 
Hercules brake. 

Visit the C C M • dealer. Look over 
tbc new models. Inv<;Rtigatc the easy 
payment plan C C M s arg 90% madis 

in Canada, 100% value. 



OC M- Bicycles 

Red Bird-Massey-Pbrfect 

Cle V eland— Columbia ' 

axui JoycycUs for Children 




RID anm Jim Bryant 



H17 QougUg ft. 

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. FRIDAY, APR! I. 




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NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD 



Charles Hoff Enters 
Sport as Sickly Boy 
In Spite of Doctor 

World's Champion Vaulter and ( ireatest All-Hound 
Athlete Credits National Coach With Saving Him 
for Athletics f jreat Norwc^^ian Frack and hield 
^ Hero 1 ells Story of His Lite in Sports 



((■.,(■> right, l»'.>« In I'nu^rl Si»l»» «n"1 'ir^at 
iir?l«lii ■ri'l ali nih.r ...utiirl<-» by '...rili 
Arn rlcin N»w»p«l>»r Alll«n.' AM 

Wlih Ihli! .trtlfic i'lliti>; <if Ihm 
f<iniKi-le» an k I<»<1 'fUU'it with .nl 
mentM and ■tckn*««f u> itiHwer ■ 
mandatfii of dm flKhiltiK 
Cb«rl«f Hoff b«(lna a HrrieH of 
t«r«fity*(our artlelM. The article* b»- 
tin wHh hte boyliMd, vW om- 
oiu(Y«> with th« IfttMt. atiA fOMlkfr 

thf m^.f^r r.Tti«rkabl» d«V*topaMnU of 
hl« (ar«>«*r tiiw ronqtlMltll In many 
r1irr.Triil ira.k .i n 1 H»"M ■■•PnUi .li.T 
inu hid ureaeni lour ot Hi.- l riiK-.l 
■UtM. \ 

DouviM FslrbaBki hmm nid of Hoff: 
"H« »« positively th« «r«AtMt 
r..un,i .iihlpte that wver Uved." Hoffi 

[.crfMr nun. •■•< In (h^ l'nlt*d BtatM. 

hpRiiiiimt (■■>-tirij;i r s «, vIkmi h* briik*" 
the worlil ^ !• ■ t-i f..i m,. in.lonr po!- 
T*Uit %t 'li' MilroNf Ath'rii. '1m'. 

fMflM in MadUon Square (inril'i 
foll#w*4 by nin« nrw r«eorda within 
feny AiiA a n«w wortr* indoor 
rMord In th* bfMUl J«m». ooMttMU 
ut.i.reot*— w q Ue to 1« •porta 
history. 

Today Hoff toiU o( hta flni roeord- 
broftktef porlormMCM. 

I WM Mfft In rrodrtkoUd, a unaii 
town about a«r*nty mlloa from the 

..ipit.,1 <,r \''r^N>\. in 1902, aod I 

>f..iMf'i! 1" I"' I . r>'. 1 1"-) liK-.l to b^com^ 
II n \ I h 1 11 i; t' 11 1 ,111 I • !i U ' •■ Til.- Ui 
yeurn of my I'f*" vvm- iiii-.l v^nti .u, 
tnenta ind alcknesa, and If 1 hart had 
a "llfe-phyalcian" thfn I should have 
been very poor advertlolnr tor htm. 

\\}:fu I v4 It- iii.iiii hcv.-n ycaPH old 
\\ ,■ tncN.Ml t., i(ii- riililliil an. I Ihf h«>t 
tiM .limit*' ihrrf worked wondf-rs 
With me. tSeemingiy In no time I 
waa playlaK with tho ether boya. 
tbouvh otUl uiiablo to oompoto with 
them la atrefivth and apeod. 

I triad .""^ w».n .im i ■ ..hM rf one of 

thf- hovn fitartf.l l.aiall.lnK on t)ip 
.ri!rii !alliTi< 'Ii'- -^e. ..ti.l fl.ior, 

I did the aame thing on iho fourth 
floor. I hod tHO dosire to compete 
even thottfh X WW hftndio^potf in 
many wtys. 

Gavo Paronu Orey Hair* 
ortan my paranU fot crey ha Ira 
from mr prank*, as w*«n I walked 
MrtCcM on th^ iem In ooM Norway, 
hoeause the other bnys kopt atoeklnR* 
on, or \\)fu I .1111. father an 

mid hliii 'ti.it i hii.i .Irunk double riv 
1 'i I it;f'rl)lood" .1 •< 111 \ f ri<-ii ! 

KriHtlan, who had Just received u. 

riuantlty Of thl* HnkMwn 
drink. 

Whan 1 was twelve years old the 
complete • Iimiih'. ■ atn.- I hiiil nepri 
some mf-n i mi h 1 1 f n ■ k f.i through 

thr HtrpHlH of (i^li. in. I rii> frlond.^ 



had told me they wora cross t»n intry 
men; I wanted to do tho oanM thing. 
Hy phystolnn toehmA» vtMotloo for 

the reaadn that I was too woak. He 

s.ii.t I ."h.i.ii.i ijinet for some 

\,.iT-< .iti.l .tnnk l.iit< of .-od Tlver "II 
I i.r<'f»Tr.-.i ninrilni; t.. .Iimkinij ..il 
an. I I .an Uf\fi ht lllankfu; rii'.ii;5li 
to iii\ f.ilfuT for thinkiiit: -.imp 

as 1, he allowed me to become a 
momoor of a sport club for boys, on 
the on* conAltloA that I otlck to 

nprlntlnff. 

Kail ^1 \ lloiirx ail l.\i-iilnK 
1 Htarted running in tii. i ft. r ri...ui- 
abOUt i o'clock, as aoon i..^ Ii....l 
ov*r, and k*pt on running till about 
t or • Hi tho *v«nln«. oVory iny; i 
was n*vor konton. Mjr fataor bocnme 
more and more fnt*r*«t*d. or rathar 
loi.kf.l mor. iti l tuore like a llvlnjc 
.pieKlion in.iri, ii - I went on winnliiK 
..m|.«'i itlotiM \ . ti>' him'-<. f i.^i.l 
l.crn an exrellenl athletp I"- ••t.iitCil 
to guide my training very .r-fuiiy 

At slxtoon yoara cam* my nrat real 
roeord-bronklnv. thouch. Ttoroo tlmoa 
that y*nr I b*%t th* Worw yion roc- 
ord for' l.W© iiiotroa for koyn, and 
th* next year the l.C««>nioC»P fooord 
weVit the H.-iiTie UHy. 

>t \ fut'"-- . fi»--' h.xd .IlfTleultIeK in 
leading iny tr. lining, because I was 
Intereated In no many 41ftonnit 
branch** of aporta. 

Kxorllod at Many SpoMs 

In sk.i:i'i.: ! im.i.Ii- i:ni<»s ho >;oo.l 
tliai my futlu-r Uoculeit I whh to sp.' 
clall«o In that, but that was not to 
b*. At flftOMi I had alraady jump*d 
111 f*«t 9n akts. and Intor boonm* a 
good croaa-oetiptay runner on skla. 
\ year later T for the flrat time 
in til. ti.ixlnx i.ng. ui .i .■-••iii..r (Ight 
at b.intamweiKlii I" '!'<■ f'r''' rouiul 

I wa« all right, in He<-on.l I m.i-^ 
knocked down, but got up ul nine, 
«Bd fought through tiip roat, t# too* 
on points. 

I lost^ but the best bostaf in- 
Htrurtor In Norway had aeen me and 
wanted to teach inc hoxlng. I Vrent 
..n IxiXiri- 1. t n«>vpr took the thing 
Hciiously. ,in.l tinaliy .leclded t* give 
It up for Mtiili-'IcH. Mother waM gMLi 
•he always hated my boxing. 

In IttO. the b«st coach In the 
world, the, Swodo. . WtlUgm Kr*l«s- 
man, cam* to Norway m «eaeh; I waa 
then eighteen year* otd. and from th* 
moment he .ifiirted coarhlnpr me I 
w ,i« - I ... .1 f..i a III let I.-. I 11 1 I had 
.1 'Mil her trainer before, a Norwejjlan. 

II ' Hum. but h*^ dl^ jwt cygipnrg to 

Kr«lssman. 

CKARUBS HOrw. 

(Tomorrow HoC will tall of hew 

he won the .ittention Of the Nor 
vreglan national coach, Krelcsman. 
and describe hin training rn<>thoj!< i 



Sons' LacroHse Team 

Making I^arly Start 

In profMrtlien for th* coming la- 
(>rnw*f> neOiinn the Natlv« Ron* of Can - 

I I ii.i 'fsini hrjil a ine'-tlnK ■ ' 

A\ •■.ln.>-),l,i> i \.-ntnjr Slnr.<- Iti.- |. um 
provt'd HU( h a hu<^('*^-*~ 1 i. ' > af n : ' . ■ 
docldcd to form a club thin year In 
an attempt to g*« tho public b^lnd 
them In their effort to place laorease 
hark In Itn former plac* .•»« on* of the 

t'i I \ ■■ f . . rr n 1 . ..»t t " f 

The boyjt aro unxloui* l.> g<-i .-^larlf*!! 
end have called the nrat praotwe for 
n«>t Wedneodny nlffht at at the 
Hlvh ftahool. ■* ' 

Tho follov* . I c . "1 ■<■•■ <i. »ed 

for the coming year. frf.ni.i»>nt. 
Albert Ruaaell; vloo-preidden t ciaude 

BiMoll; Boof*tary-tr*aanr*r. .lack 
Taylor: eneoutlve, Codl Joner, lArry 
K*nno«r* iohn TVylor and Uordon 

Godwin. ^ 

HoM and Sebastian 

Win at Los Angeles 

I,( )S \ N' . I '.I .K.-^ .\ i.r 1 ; 11 H rl 

Koae an. I n fi,i»n.i n i.rith l,o" 

Angeles n m < • .-'i > ^ w..n thf ^M..l''iir 

profaaalonal Beat ball event played 
today preltnMaary to the opening to- 
morrow of the CaHfomla open golf 
rhamploniihlp totK«a«tent at Kl Ca- 
i.riiero Counurp Clvbb Thoy ma4* a 

H«-ore of 1" 

(■h iiM*- ' 'iWiiK inml<'iii . haniplon 
Cf Hawaii in. I lial i- l-'fTers. Klver- 
Slde. l allfoinia i.r. f.v , il, PnlShod 

aooend with a card of tis. 

Oeorge Von Elm, member of the 
Amerleaa Walker . Cup team, and 
kMked «p^ aa n JaoesOe I* «l» the 
tnurnament dM iMl piaar Hi to#ay'a 
event 

JUNIOR F00TBAi4. 

hiianlili llil-ll... .l'.nrll•^ i.. XntKnti- 

ver Tomorr«>M to flay st. I'suln, 



The Saanleh Thtatlea. winners of 
th* Low*r laland district of the o. n 

Allan flip competition. play St 

1 a.ii ' '' . . r 1. k iniii..! fnothHll t»>am 
,.(■ till' \|ainian.| it Xan.-oMvor tumor 
J ,\» rh<' wlnnf|« •■( 'h\^ ij;<mc vKiU 
piny NanaiiiHi .'^"niJi l-:r I it- !?m- 'm.il 
Th* Thlstlea' team will L, ..n fMlIowa: 
Roe*. Kannedy. Price. Oandy. Crvo"- 
Relman. Campbell. lfl%nla» B«rr*< 
irvinfs and Smith: ree*rv*a. KwinK 
i ttrp and Millar. Pl*y*re ar* aake<i 
t.. mcr-i at tho dfJk. wtMff at II 

o'clooK, 

Plnchorst Tcnnla 

PTNKmmST. Nr . April ll.~^c 
, n.j round play In the T'nlt*d North 
and Sotiih t«>nnla tournament waa In- 
complete 1 ift night. 4ark»ees hplting 
the tournament. 

tn th* ■Mn'a thutlm. r < hikk- 
N*w York, defeated Herbert Vail, 
rinehnrat. •-». and 8. Howard 

\,,«hell N<.« V..rW deff-aloA F»nl 
i'ana, i'lnchurnl, 6 1, S I. 



De Paolo Wins 

FRB8NO, Cel.. April 15.- 
Peter de l^olo, driving at 

in a\rraso speed of lOS milea 
in h.Hir won the flft\-mlle 
i.'^«.|'.\a\ «prlnt race hare thi-. 
a f I «■ I ti. .. • n ..-1 Mif It ilnln Day 
proK' .Mi..,. . ...per whh 

Hccond uml I^'iukii Hill third 
Hill drqv* the faateat lap of 
the race at ao averace of 1 1 : 
ndloe an hear. De PaotoV 
time was 29.4. 



OF CKAVEi\ STAKES 



.Ni;\\ M A i: I ' r r.n». April if. — 

Mr Oeorge Hulluugh'H Harpagon. 

Starting at odds of t to 1 ngalnat. thla 
afternoon Won the Craven stakes hy 

half .1 i- ngth from l.ord AatOT> IlooV 

'r-- 1 ; to R. Lord Cl.i nl^x s . , , 

Lothario at 11 to 2, waa third by half 
a length. 

Thr .lixlan'-e was r>n»- mllr 
I l<"'nn hrirne^ mo.^i of tlio lirrhv 
. 1 n iMlatew. ran Th.- thr... pla. •<ii 
horaen ar* all nominated for the 

Derby. 

The. Craven Slake* Is famnu..< iia a 
trial fop the r>ephy T» waa eataMlHhed 

( ;v K It,,! t . M . I |. of apiiroxl- 
matrij $.'j..,f)o It Im (lie f'-ature of tho 
Newmark*t Craven meetlnga. 

C.P.S. BASKETBALL 

liaiUker Teams, WHI Wiml Vp Apart 
mmam WMi 



T»>- ■ r 1 ,:.Mi|.", \ 

tea rii« « 1 1 1 " . fmI lip I li.> 11 ,r. I «. n on 
Hat<Jt.1a% nt'vt \piil 1 I . irivellng 
to Kulford Harbor lo play the l-'iilford 
Hartior and Oangea Harbor teams. 
The Of If I glan da ra tiava eone to the 
front In baeketball In tiM past eeaeon, 
and are expected to put up a gitod 

brand of ball and the liimbermon will 

h a V f I . . 1 1 I V I ■ 1 1 ; 1 1 1 r \ « I M • 1 1 . \\ iu 

Tin- pi iv^TM III'- i^k' I t . mr.-. it 
I tip V \t ( \ it , » . |. Ml fi ,,tii v< I I, h 

piHc ilie> will go b> car tu tildney and 

< at' h the laaseh which laaveo there 

Hi I p.m. 

The teama will, Una wp aa follnwa: 
V ''-IMl •. Woolrldge .sill .Mllla, 

i: Harwond. M. Norton, 8. Oowds and 
r. Rutledge. 

C" fmm — J. Beweott. R. Ihorey, 
< ' Reld. R. Raekns and D Newetl 



Internationanl Chess 



N !<■ miE.' w It r It I>Bni»ti . ,oi<r 

w . . n t 1 1 ». 1\ \ ['if. . . . . . . . , 

t;..ni; i-iftn 1 . . M . ■, t» iM*- 1) I whirh pihI^mI 

y^,t^r.ia> «(th lie playing of the 

ninth reua<l- L*r. Alekhtno, Faanao. 

wee aw e m . INMiMreUi. pakuiA. 

third, and Dr. Vartakewor. of Ane- 
tria. fevrtk. 



Edmonton Grads 

Retain the TitU 

TOKON^. April 16. — Th* 
Edmonton Orada. Cana> 

dian ladles' baaketball cham 
pinna. retained poH».«a.Hlon of 
thetr title by defeating the locil 
I-ikealde ladlea' team. K»aiein 
t'anada chaniplona. In the aec 
on.l and final of the serie.i 
playd hare tonight by a acore 

of J7 to •. Th* championK. «; 
theogh they were defeated in 
the prevfona gaate Pr a a4<it 
eonat. will tlio ffMMd hy 4« 
palate to 9S. 



Wmi AND DUNCAN 
REACH SEMI-FINALS 



lb and Robcrtaon Odirr Mrmbrra 
of Qnattatte to Win JPmqtm la 

eoir 



REGULATIONS URGED 
FOR SAANICU FISHING 



tiah and Oame Aaaorlatton Win f^sr- 

W fd Ucicomnirndalirins tO 
f-taherle* In»i»«><'t<ir 

h'l.shing 1 ondltloiiB in SHaTU.h .\ r m 
formed the chief topic ..f il u.i.iion 
it the special meetltig of th. \ icf.,rU 
and iMstrlct Flah and C.atiK- a.h.km la- 
tinn held at the^Belmont Building last 
night which waa attended by about 

fifty i ri t (■rc><t ipMPtsnicn 

Aftci 1 I.MiK'h. .li«. UMNiMi. It" nioet- 
Irii |.,i-.,-c.| ih.- t<.r...\viMK I lull. m." 

which will be forwarded lo the < hicf 

inapeotov of Flaherleo. Vancouver 

That the ba« limit be aet for 8aan 
I. h Arm Ashing at twenty-flve flah of 

th- s.iinion apectes per lUy T^at not 
iiior»- than two llnea jicr hc.ifct may be 
Uf<<-(l i' ..M,. iim.. 1>% .in*. tiMiii aii.l that 
where tliT>. |.» moil- Ih.in ...|>' man 
flshlng In a tioat thf riiU. I.. . M. mail 
on* line. It wax hIh.. .sij>;i^. -t . ,I tliat 
Instead of a rej,'ulutlon ii .il iij; it 
compulsory to fish with the line held 
in "thO" hantf it ^bovlA bo allowed to 
uae the lines in the mogt convenient 
way. It being somewhat Ineonvonlent 
to row w^th a iine held In th* hand. 
It wa.s also tlip opinion of th* m**t- 
iiii; that not rnori' than on* lure 
.sh.iiii.; bf used on one line. 

It was resolved to r*duc* tii> humh 
b*rahlp feo of the asee el ation from 
on* dolhtr to fifty eenta ah4 oeaalder- 
able enthnalasm wa* diaplayed for .a 
proposed membetahlp drive, maay of 
the 11 , '^ voicing their willincnes* 
to pill li. I! nhotildera to the wheel. 

All's Hl.or tnm.a II •vlyt'.iML; t" loin the 

association can do mo by communicat- 
ing With ma. Moat^th at Broad 
street. 

GOLF AT UPLANDS 

Draw Bia«* for QaaHfytait noM« ot 
IflMi'a Champ te nrt ilp to Ba 
played on Sunday 

Following U ii^'' '■" 
the qualifying round of tho i pian.lH 
Golf Club men's champi. n-t.ip to he 
played on Sunday nex' M e first 
thirty-two will qualify- The draw: 

8:00 A. Blyth and P. U. UnkUter. 

s 04 W. ]U Woodhonee and t>. W. 

(iraham. , _ . 

s :08 K. rf. III. Foal aad Dr. R. k. 
McKeon. 

1:11 J.' J. OelUeoB and J. W. Thomp- 
son. 

I:tt R. A. Playfalr and R. B. El- 
liott. 

8:20 F. It. Moore and O. H. Bell, 
8:25 R. Ri Taylor apd W. B. B. 

Watson 

R 32 A. E. James and P. C. Dllia 

hough. 

»:S« R. D. Travis and J. H .'^tiaw 
S:4a H. P. Hepbprn and A. V. Price. 
8:44 A. Lawrle and S. J. Halle. 

8:48 T Thlrkell and C. C. Paxton 
f(;.02 F I- I-ealle and L. A. Men- 
enil«*/. 

R r)« I., li. Trlmen and V. I^ewin. 
!> 00 w. K. Mecartar and Capt. W. 
K. Tapley. 

A. r. Thomas and D. U. Oor 

lion. 

• :0H A. Craig. Sr.. and W. Turnbull 

9:\2 <;eo Pretl> and H. I,. F'eecey. 
n I r, I'V H f, la oh lie Id ,ind S. C Tre- 

t sc 

9:20 K. J. Durcua and U ("hal- 
ioner. 

• :24 .1 Havld*nt and A. Rheret. 
f :t8 J. Cllmie and Oerdon Ellis. 
t:32 Vt" V. l.ove|«nd and .laa. Kllla. 

f: \ Hemple and .lohn •'.im- 

r r ■ '1 

■I AU l; 11 A.iror-Mon in.l I. A < >ddy. 

0 44 A. n I- I n.Il . . 1 n.t I : i ' Koyle. 
I»:4« <J. C. Baker and \N . P. Una- 
worth. 

I:S3 K. J. Naylor and C. W. Brooke. 

• :lt J R. Uine and A. Craig. Jr. 

in 00 .1 n I-ambert and fS It Hop»> 

1 f> fi4 M i; Miinnint: and i' Mor 

r 1 -i. . II 

lOOK I' A .Ma. lona Id and \V H 
M. Haldinr 

10:11 A. R. llenahall and Q. 8. Carr 
10:14 P. Edmonds and R. Pearhey 
10 20 J. H. MoConaell «nd B. H 

llantMiry. 

10:14 K. Jeffrey and W. A. R. Ha.i 

ley 

l n :2S 

10:32 
Sanders. 

10:S« 

ia:4P^ 

10:44 

10:41 

I 0:13 
I 'll I char 

10 .-, « 

11:00 

11:44 
other. 



nOEHAMPToN. Rngland April 15 
i'luytng under most unfavorahle 
conditlona, with Bhfei« of rain and 
atrynjf wln<tM and many of Ihe hunkers 
.•»n<l tcreena tloode.l. Ahc Mitchell 
Oorwe Duncan, W B .Smith and W 
Kobertauo cam* through today* 
rouftda of th* Roohampton Clolf Club's 
aamial 34«-paa«4 lavMatloa toiMui- 
aMMt asd taaaoffpaw wlU flght for the 
eaaaen'a Orat prof saai ens! prlac. 
Afltehell will contend against Smith 
.uiii Dunciii will oppeao Rol^ortaan'in 

the M.-rni fliialB 

It W.U1 a Kreut .lay fo^ Aba lUtehelL 
lie sUmlnated Jamee Oekenden, of 
lianser Hill, t up and 1 to play, and 
then took ^e meaaare of Archibald 
Compatan. 4 aad t. The laat mateh 
that Ce m pa l an played before hi* 

American tour Wa» afjalnst Mitchell; 
h^ Kol li druhbInK then, hut r.-turned 
home thie week an. I rushed from the 
liner t.. K o.«ha rn pt . ti aii.xioii.«i for re 
verige Hut he fell once more hef.ire 
the great golflnK iii.t..«t • i . whose lonn 
dlatance driving and splendid control 
and putting, eaaept for one brief In- 
terval, far aarpaaasd> ^Competon'a 
game. Mlteh*ll and Compston took 
virtually all the apectatora with them 
and despite the pouring rain, they 
n e,j to wati h Mil. hell h<',it h s 
man I ."^ T.^Lith ai,-' ii.l cxp.r 
eni'e 1' 'i f ' \ II \e 1 I , 1 1 rn : . li ... 1 i 
younj; ex -chain i/:on. Aitliiir ll.i\ei.-j. 
I and 2, but the veteran Harry Var- 
don, attlMugh h* donned rubber plu* 
four*, oottM not weather both the 
storm and Jack Srrtlth's druiiic 

A MoomT. the onl\- f . t « i i , •• r T .. 
K'et nil" the .pialir'.uiK sixteen x.'vter 
ilay, battled vali.,n!l\ ;.ir .a I'li-e in 

th* aaml-final* .>.-.■■ -.rr 

Duncan on the laat gr- > n The 
Frenchman aank an eight >ar.i put 
for a t at the Srst hole but Duaean 
took the next three holes with ftne 
f . 1 '. I < 

I'.iii.m. 1 . <■!,,.: isie match before 
reaching' t h •■ t .,.. ,ri,i ..n the Way 

home every hole was hoived except 
the ekrtoenth, wfileh wont to Dnnean. 

Racing at Tijuana 

Tijuana. Mex., April It.-nReeulta of 

racing here today follow; 

KlrMt race, four fml... t; -. Af--,i . • 
106 (Sylvia). $7.80. »4 4n » "" 
Charlie Murray. 104 (Wimi . . 
|t.40. 17.40: Marjorle Beth, 109 
(Neal), I4.04. Time :4I %-%. 

Seconl l i e. five and a half fur- 
longa- Water Sh..l. !* f> iCrii*:), $18.00. 

$9.20. $»;.i.'i». 111. I He.! 1 ij iKIaton), 
$14.00, $8.00. General Fryer, 112 
(Baker). IK.30. Time 1:41. 

Third race, Clubhouae Courae — New 
I'ink no (Creea). $8 20. $3 40, $2 80. 
SupervlHor, 108 iWhitei. j:; im $ in. 
Cordovan. 97 tJoneaK $2.60. Time 
1:17 i-l. 

Fourth race, five farloag»2''^*P**'' 
101 (DeFord). $4.40. %t.%Vf 11.44: 

Zealand. 96 (.Tonea), $11.00. $$.40: 
.vtls.s Omaha. 100 (Singleton). $2.60. 
Time 1:01 1-6. 

Fifth race, naMe and one-eighth — 
Booaevllle, 110 (Creea). 14.40, $4.30. 
91.30: Biddle De*. lOS (Neal), 17.10, 
14.00; Star Cloudy. 110 (White), 
11.0(1 Time 1 

Hi.Mh ra. e mil.' ami s. \enl.'. >.ir.I^ 
-Hetty MiloiiPs 111 (Whltacre), 
$7.10, $3.40; Firth of Tay, 108 
(Crees). 11.44; Lola Montes. 41 

(Jones I iM. ^how. Time 1 44 • "• 

.'-Jes.n'ti I a. o, four and a half fur 
I,, I I,, I'.i 1 .M(C|..\ ICS (Taplln). 

:;i). l.( H" |: M, liagKage King,. 102 
(.Neal), $4 III. HO, r.iithilde Seth, 
• 1 (Jonea), $3.40. Time :i4. 

. Eighth race. alx furlonga — T.ill- 
teaiin. I'lH iWhii.i. $7.60. $4 20, 
$140 (jiie^n Be.v, 109 ( Blaton ) . 
J I ^ ' '". .My Oaddy, 110 

(Hexami. $6.00. Time 1:13, 



OU Country FoMtOl 

LONUOS. April it.— HaUIox 
dafeacad Wlgaa. l «• I', la 
a Third DHrHAaa. Northern Boa. 
tloa. same of the BiMrUdlt Fae4> 

today. • • 



L< i.Nl>« i.V. April 1 i. HeHijIta 
of Kughy K.ame« played today 
were aa followa 

Ktigby l.,eague 
Hull. M;' Rochdale. I. • 

Ragby Ualea 
Narthaiwptoa. Ifi 
tor. •.• 



SOUTH HILL VETERANS 
COMlNGfRlDAYNlOHT 

• — , .1 

WW Meet VIrtaHn ViliiHa t Vi nr 

Ptar In Srml- Final of PfO" 

tliK'lul SrK-«'«T 

VANCOUVEK, April ^ 1&.- Fifteen 
players of the Sovth hM Army and 

Navy \'Ateaaaiil along with I'le.sl.leni 
lame-. WeTlbum and Secretar\ I .h 
1... rimer h^nefer will leave f.n \ W 
:..n,i .III I."rM.i\ nurh''-. |..i..(t TIk^ 

I 1 1 1 i :M>.n \\ \ \\ . .p)-.. \' 1 . 1 . .1 i.i \ .'t 

eraiiM In the aeml-flnai for the pro- 
vincial seeeer champ! on ship, Satur- 
day afternoon. 

A large number of snpportera are 
I... in;,- ..yer to .see the stni:,-|rl. hi|t 
'li.'\ '.vlll not leive un'il .-I'ur.li, 
m . ' r r 1 1 n ir 1 .... ' 1' . . • * h i r e, , ■ m . . f 
flilalH of .'-io'i'ii IliM .ir.' e n." e;i ' . ■! . 11 
to have (he kn k oft .lelaye.l ..i ! 4 
o'clock. It la Impossible for the 
club's supporters to go oa Friday 
night, and etab ofllclals are anxloua 
: o afford them every opportanfty tw 
v i»n.-.«ri the match 

The .South HIII team will he u.« f'.l 

'"atnpber limes I'orler t.a.k-< An- 
deraon I-.iKi.' a Tea.Mdale Al.i-i Mc- 
Sween. half-backa: John liloom. 
C^arlea Stapfart, cniarlee Woolrtdge. 
Alfred Henkel. Reginald Baefer, for- 
wards. Arthur Hale, Bert Canllffe. 
Alfred Bnefor and Bart Ball wfil alao 

he tin hand. 



BURNSIOE BOWLING 




The iiiinual meetlnK of the Uurn- 
alde l-«die»' Howling Club held Wed- 
noeday afternoon, waa well attended. 

Th*. retiring omeere. Mm. HaUam 
and Mtre. Byng. pr«e*nt*d *xee1l*nt r«- 

porta of the puat year's actlvltieK 

Ji'lnanclally the cUih is very sound 

and donated iiulte a liandsa|aa ghaSSe 

to the men s orgaoUukUon. 
The plajrlas asaaa n wUl open on Sat- 

urday evening. April 14, at 4 o'clock. 

and any ladies Intending to join 

ahould gel In touch with the t^r- r.i.irs 

Mr."i Mynn. or the pratnler player ot 

the club. Mra. oaatap. hatarathaaBas- 

in« day. ^ 

Mra Jaaaaa Renfrew, by aoelama- 
tlaa. waa a i aatt d praaldant for 1114. 
and the eeeratary-treaaurer, Mra. A. 

B. Byng. of Davin Street, was re- 
elected .Mra. U Huddlestone fills 

the po«itl..ii of VP e pi>..-i(1ent III'- ex 
ecutlve ..iiiinutlet- l.elri>; .onip.ine.l of 
Mrf Pas..- .Mrs Hal 111 in Mr:< 
lanes, Mrs. li^dwa^ds and Mra. Uood- 



The men's Olab will be aaked to ap- 
point a coach to instruct new members 

H.nl to >,-rant the une of greens for 
Tueaday afternoona. Wedneaday and 

Batiirdajr avantasi. 

socceTseni-final 
set for tomorrow 



winners of <.amc ll«'(\»c<"ii '■.oulli 

lllUs and VeirraDa Will .Meet 
IfSMlMa far B.CL «iaa 



i«e tin 
Pla 



lyera and ..niii.i '^ ar. ...-fMl.-n' 
.>t*the team'a ahllity l.i (|ualif> for 
'he final, but realize that the taak 
at the capital on Saturday wlU b* 
•very bit as hard as oBafnat WaM- 
mlnater United on Satarday. 



MOTORIZATION AT OAK 
BAY IS DISCUSSED 



Conunlttae of Oomcll Ooaa Into bab- 
jecc of Ualag Motor Traoka 
for 



\ It ( Ira vll n n nd I 

C. V. Scrivener and A. 



It 



R. Dunn and D, W. Campbell 
C* W. Oetgor and 4L O. Peelr. 
Oeo. Naden and R. U St044l. 
.A. C. Falk and W. O. Lclth. 
J. R. I Bhker a en and A. c. 

F Partridge and \V Wllkie. 
P. Auotln and F. Wilding., 
Dr. C. M. Westwead aad An- 



inUrmtilMmi B^wlim§ 

TA( ')M^ Apill 16 -Cnlllna an! 
(row. -11 T II rn . -^tiot Into flrm ;li 
In lhe iloiihlc.^ ev. ni in the fifth .1 i> . f 
the Northwe«tern international howl- 
ing rongresa being staged here this 
week. wHh a 1.1S1 aeare. 

Bowman aad U Leflwleh. another 
Tacom* entry, took second place In th«> 
doubl*a event with 1 ir.O .11 m Ki.i. i 
Il h THd VV. i^ftwlch. Tsonma. cap- 

tii .1 third pMMa la thia evam with 

1,148. 

Cal MIer. ^ TaeonM.' |f SI alngles 
champion, went late a e e en d plaea la 
Ihe ainclee avaat wHh 111. Praak 
' SMha, VhedMh. JOB iMdi IS tMa a«a«t 
with IIP. 

flBImm liiwirhall 

The -niUeem Commercial League 
iaaekall taaa wUI Meat Hi tho TlUt- 
eam Clah. VM4HMr avaiOag at I o'clock. 
All kut aatpaa'a p t a j ia rg afh aaked to 
aitaad. 

• 



l-'irsi r.i. . f \e furliT l- reda 

Krlpp. l.ipi.lee ShH.s,.« IJally. 

lO.t, <"lii«ir lii.V 1 latle Crown. 103. 
Midnight Belle, 106, Twin Fox. 10$. 
Radiant Light. Itl; Orey Rock, 10$ 
No Wonder, 114: Skylark, 113; Big 
Indian. 111. 

Second race, seven furlongp .Mir. 
ivoralne ^^ t. title Iteh. !>5. D.iikv 
Wood, rt"). ';ienr.ar Ml Romal.'.' 

143: Halt Shot., 10.1: \ oogeria. lOii, 
lAa Trancl^ 141: Hamp. Ill; LAm- 

sted. Ill: Monopoly. Ill: Big wig. 

113. 

Thir.I rare. mllO and aeventy yards 

Hard lienier. ••: Supervisor. 101. 

Marine i '.irps, 110 1! ■. , iip..p 11 fi 

guoin. 110, Ho More Careful, 110. 
Ruddy. 110; Star Cloudy. 114; Dr. 
niuM. 116. 

Fourth race, on* mile — Damar, 
104; Smiling, 144; ifr Angelina, J 44: 
Hunlelgh. 144; Morro Castle. 104; 
H.ukamore, 108: Mayor Ifotixe, 109 
llay«eed, 109. Cnncel|;il l.in 100. I« 
111, Plenty Cooe. I 1 1 

}.'lflli ra. e one mile \1 ,: . 1 i 
104. Hra7.o«, Ca-lmus, I0« IM 'u- 

hroker, 104; Bluedale. 104; Jay Mac. 
104; Mlaa Paige. 144; Mr. Pat. Ill: 
8eawm«4t. Ill; Lank. ill. 

sixth race, fitr* and a half furlonga 

Whlfr. I0»; Mttie .i^hadta 109: 
Tubby A., 102. OUn.pi.in Kinir 10?. 
Quanah. lOS. .'-ieqiisn I.1.'>. Ike Hsr 
vey. lOS; aiamp. 107, l-"iirloii.s I'.ill, 
107, Oeorge fttarr. 107. f;olden Red. 
107; Harrlgan's Heir, 107: Fleer, 147. 

Seventh mee, six furlnnga Meiry 
Chaae. 44: Pamell, 14; Spanlah Star 
• S; Miss Leat*r. 44; Ponnyland. 144 
The World, lit; Caplatrano M !> 

F;iKhth race, four and a half fur 
N.-r. r..«.« 104. Kaliko 104 
Heailaihe Hit! HsttLa A. 101 1 i 

Honton. 11 ^K^eement, 113. .■ser^- , 
114; Rook Shell. 114: Hllsrlly, 116. 

Ninth raaa. one mile— Friend Joe. 
41: Perhapa. f4: Glee's Raaheeter. 

104; Rob Roy. 144; PnppHM, ItB. 
Trap N*t. 108. Rre*rh |..:,der. 109. 
Stamp Jr.. lis. Hand* i p 111; Billy 

Todd. 111. 

/ i ■■ ■ 

Wernon Rawki§ CM 

00 l» Gmi SUtrt 

VERNON. P • April IN ■> err. r, 
Rowing I I'lh haa aecnrerl two f. ar 
oared lapatreoks as an laltini unit. A 
paviUon has been reatad at 
malka Lake. Th* einb eomoM 
tlvHlee with a moeaharrtilp of thirty- 
Ave. A regatta wffi ha hald dartag the 
SuasoMa 



\l iiori/ation of the iiik lliv Munl- 

. :pu;it> s K.irhage collection and street 
^< rvi.-e .lepartments was discussed by 
members of th* council during a com - 
mine* meeting laat night, and tabled 

•intll fiirrlier .lata Was nN'nllablO. 

The .pjesiion ol .i.l..piing quicker 
(..I garhagi' . . . I le.-i i . . n and 
road work has been under con.snlrra 
tlon for aom* time, but outside of a 
number of stiggeetlons, nothing defi- 
nite was deae antll laat night when 

the works OOmmltteO Waa empowered 
to go Into the matter and report l>ack 

1.1 the i-oun. 

Oak Bay la the only municipality 
around Victoria that has not taken to 
motor trapap<Mtatloa. a( preaaat the 
municipality's rolling stock consists of 

five hnr«e» and weveral wagons. The 
coBt of keeping (heHe enuineB and 
their reiipe. tlve drlverji runa the mmn 
cipality Into aome $5,000 per year, and 
It la generally understood that motor 
trucks could be operated tb give bet- 
ter service and at a amatler eoet. Th>e 
purchase of a gaaollne operated lawn 
mower was alao mooted to aupersede 
■hi- liiind-opei ii'-.| rnachlnea. 

A circular letter from the National 
Motor Car Company"^ of this city, 
quoting coat and detaila of a Ford 
truek waa referred to the works com - 
mittae enatrmaa. 



The Bo<wer game to be irtayed here 

tomorrow between South Iflll. the 
winnera of the Lower Mainland <'up. 
.I'd ' e \"iit..ria \'eterana. winners ..f 

the l%s..M I up in. I l.owei l^iiii l 

■ tl.l M 1 p I . . 1 1 s ti I p '^ . I ■• : M •■ ■ . M . '1 M I i 

foi^ihe I'rovin.e Cup. which la eni 

biefhatic of the ohkMpiaaahlp Of 
British CelambU. 
The mateh la to be played at the 

Royal Athletic fPark. aeeording' to 

present Wrrangementa kick-off will 

tie .ii .1 1.1 .111(1 :m 1 In- e\ent ..f i ilra« 
at lull time, thirty ininutes cxli.i 

time will be played. 

McDpaald. LadjMUth. wUl^e 
rafPrae fo<r the fame aad Stokea aad 

Aloock 'Will be the lln**m*n. The 
wlnnnra of thla match will play Na- 
nntmo la the BnaL 

FIVE CS START 
CRICKET TOMORROW 

(rirUet will start informally at 
leaat, on .Saturday The Five C's, al- 
ways on th* job early, have arranged 
for » tflal nukteh tom a rrew at Beacon 
Hill betareen teams repreeentlng the 
Five Cs and Chrfat Chvroh C.C. i-ia> 
will sUrt at >:li. aJid the 'eldaa i^lU 
be a* followa: 

Five ("« -Sutton, sr , jii. n. Jr.; 
Mattefworth, Attwell, Edwards. Lea. 
< oiistt. J*i)imAa, B. Martia, N. 
TynaU, Pillar, O. Loemlag. F. 
Leeming. 

> 'li ris! 1 h .] r . h i i ' \ .1 lu: h .1 n , 

Slo< omb, N Wllklnaon. .N. Martin. 
I'arr, Harrison. Ble.tadale, Qualnton. 
Cradock. Backler, Payne. ' J. Oaaa. 
Armstrong and Dougan. 

GoU at OakBay^ 

^ iv It het Cup match Win be |.'.. .r .i 
at Oak Bay tomorrow between the 
Victoria and Shaughneasy Oolf Cliibn 
"fhe pairings and starting time* had 
not been made laat night, bat «ntl 
be ptthMahad tm uam m 



An Irlah Free State aoldier wa<» 
heard to reo ark I haven't got a 
hlg' I I he Hrltwh army." 

■ U In I d hla friand. 

"It t... weoty years to make a 
general, while we caa make aae hi 
twenty mlaatea." 



The Ruaso-Jspaneee war 
la Maaoharta la lN4-4t. 



Sportive Punches 

. , ^ m^r* t : 



^ tte "Old 



The Seattle Times had a good storj- the other day In which **CRUCK" 
llU.NTER. the new. British Columbia amateur golf champion, figured aa th* 
hare. 

• •*•*« 

The -icene ,s lai.i on the famoag OOLWOOD LINKB. Ca4M t here he tm> 

fairer aetting for any golf atory? 

• • • • • • 

And the time waa'about Ave year* age when BILL PETERSON, who haa 
put Seattle KIwanIa Club golf on the map, played a daya galf at Colwood 
with nr. c. II. Hunter. Chuck"!* lather, and a aaapla of othera, and agreed to 

tkka Chuck along aa n coddte * 

'.»•«• 

\\ l(. n III. f.Mir tmll pn rt > cnni' I", thr vrm.-r ha f/i nl ,ii i(»e I hln<.«'tii li 
I1..I, ih<- »l<>fi i<ll- h« M «tl/-r IiaII lilt ttw wn(/-r Oi .n|n ni(r^ni|<«s .11 n 



long -carrying semnd stioi. and 



tiow tltr young rauldle {tw wa«> Ufvt ihlrvrn). 



* . 



Repeatedly he had to dlv* fop 
to th* supply of ball* the caddie 
kntaberboafeera and^went after the 



aad "when ha aaw the danger 
hla pareoa of an hat hla Haen 



• r.| 



n\ a d'.T.T. 
I p d ■ 'I ' h II' k 



It water that 

. r them 



UWNDOWUNG SEASON 
Will OPEN TOHOBRQW. 

—I — : 

lll?4 Honor tlie Lieutenant -(.overnor 
WUl Pivieldc et OOli-isl C^reotouy 



Lleat-Q o verwar R. R. 

prasid* at the ..ftlcUl ..peiilriK for the 
neaaoti' of thr sreeno of lb* Victoria 
I>awn Howling Club at ftaaaon Hill 
Park on Saturday afMrpooa at ivo 
o'elook. Hla Haapr will ae amaa*> 
paaled by ea-Ue»t.-qaveraar W. C» 
Nichol. who ahawad tanglMa teteraal 
111 the game teat year by preoantlsg 
a .lip for competition among the 
cliih.s of the t;re.ltPr \'ii-tot1a l-ea^we 
Till- . iip Is at preeent hel.1 by 'h.' 
\'i.liiri.i .lul> Mayor l'en.lr.l^ in.t 
AI. lei Ml. Ill .Marchant are .1 Ino I'x 
pe. teii I,, he preeent to reptenent the 
city. Delegates ar* to be present 
from th* Bumald* and C.P.R. elaPa 
and the puhUe la larltad tm the opaa- 
ing. The UeaL-Oavaraar aad 
Lieut -Oovamor are to be aak4»d to 
throw doam the (Irat two bowls, after 
Honorary President Fullerton haa 
thrown the flf-at Jack. After the of- , 
h. I ll opening th> regular aevlee Of 
ganiefi \Nili he i.in!imn<1 

Lmgue BasebtM 



T l.OLTis. April 15.— «t I^ulswoa. 
■ 1 . II from PIftftburgh today behind 
0\<- (v.'ii.ii! pitching of vie Keen. 
f..iiiier ('ut> iii.iking hla first appear- 
nn.e In a ('anllnal aaMMna* JtaaP 
viflded but five hits. 

R. R. B. 

Ptttsbargh • • • 

St. Loots f • s 

I it'eri.'.s Morrlaaa aad jOpartii 

Keen and U 1- arTOll. , 

PHILADELPHIA. April 11.— The 
PhUUey OMtfe It three straight from 
nrwioii* today hy wttintng i t* 4. cy 

Williams, pinch hitting for N'lion 
in Ihe ninth, lilt a Immer with the 
haaeM full that tiroke . t!r llMrr> 
Hi.tinda hrok.. his l.-ft l.-j; Itying lo 
more from ihii.l In th.. .HKhth laalaff 

on a tap to tl\e pitcher s box. 

R. H. B. 

^Qfl^^B ••**«****»*o***** ^ %^ ^ 

Phlladalphia I li t 

natterl*e Mogri.li;e HealBB 

Taylor; Kalght and Wllaon. 



WASHINGTON' April r Kire! 
lent relief pitchin;; Pi'. «liile lil.s 

mates were i)...in.iiMj, \v ishinKto'i 
pitrhera. gave Ph i l.i .1. Ip hi^ the third 
i-' ini.' ..f the series here today, 4 to 3. 

i'ute allowed iwu hlta la 1 1-1 
inninga while thraa waalOagtoa 
hurlera wara flPlht HP Ofteea. 

' R. H. E. 

Philadelphia 4 11 i 

Waahlngton 3 g S 

Batterie.s -Baumgartaer, Pate and 
Perkins: Bush, F*rgiiaaa« Ogden and 
Ruel. Beverold. 

<^ICAOO. Aprtl 11.— The Chicago 
White Sox drove Zachary off the 

mound In the first innlnK today .in.l 
took 1 . . . m m .1 n . I m l: l.,i,l » hi. h 
en.ihii.l tiem i ■ imhi.i iI ii*.. .siialKht 

from the tit. Louis Browns, ll to 4. 

R. H. B. 

St. Louis ,. 4 11 

Chloage ,...11 11 # 

It"'"""" Zkahary, p aad 
Bchung. iilankenehlp and Hcli,ilk. 
All others peatpahad. 
' Coast 

' .'-'A.V KHANrisCfi April 1', \V.-. 

Lil.ll'.ph « I « 111 'ire pit. M;. t f..rm 

today ami had the Seals eating out of 
hiH hand to. asMa'tha Mlamana la 

win. 10 lo 4. ' . 

R. H. E. 

Misaiona le lo i 

San FranHsco • ] i 

1 1 • ■ . 1 :e« - Wlllla ms. Moudy aad 
Velie. l.udolph and Murphy. 

LOS ANOBLE8. April 11.— Lea An- 
galea atopped the winning stresk of 
the Hollywood Padflc Coast I/«sgu* 
teaaa here today when Ktmer .faeohs 
pitched the Angela to a 6 to i \ h tory 
In the third taate aff the aarie^ 

H H K. 

Lea Angeles 5 9 1 

Hollywood I 4 1 

Batteries — Jscebs aad ffaaSah: Pal. 

lerton a nil pe.lm.in 

."^KATTl-K April 1". .Iim dliotf. 
' ■(.' M - im1 left himler „f il... ■ itlle 

-'-III II club, won his ihird airalght 
game today when hO dofsntdd PaVt* 
land here. 1 to 2. 

R. H. E. 

Portlaad ............... 1 § 1 

Seattle . . , • . ... ..«••*••* 1 1 1 

Rattwiea -- MMker aad TaMa; 

Kltioit and K Baldwin. 

. . 1 ASM \prii 15.- The Oaks' 
el nih up Ihe (.'naat l^mgvm ladder WOa 
hatted here this aftemoea when 
"Spaed " MaHln, Oaktead hoy oa the 
motMd for Saaramento. allowed four 
hlta aad waa hie game, 4 to o. 

♦ n H K 

.Mncrarnento 4 I t 

( tH k la ii'l * 1 

M.I lie' • - ' ■ I ..r'ller Tttm 

laney, M< Kenry. Hiuari and Baker. 



CLUB BTAlC^Ot 



Thr story might liave gone on i<> leil t>nw four ycara lat#T Utai caddic 
«M aver to play la Uir Brtthdi (v>iumtHa cAaailvioaah(po oa 
taaflae aad IBssiil. pal M C4l a«* 

1 r '<.. my vain attenipt at a 

iIk III Irom t tic l*se. and Wllh a ("poon I 



'1 pr. I. . liK 



■ n ,1 • h I e f . 



. e<. «hol 11.1 pl.T\ wife. 



TILI>£N le said U> be aJrmdy appiting iiim<w>if to Uw task of 

IM wm Bli agaaiB fena lor tha hit gamew nt nm .\utmmm. 

»•»••» 

' Hie i^httlaa aaw la to win aei^ atralght aatlaaat ahamplonahlpe. That 

ip the record In the United State*, made by RICKAKD 

and Tilden la anstons to tie it If poaalhle 

«•«••• 

the opinion of the experts. Including himscif. Tilden a moat dangeroiiP 

. i cnma, aa R'haa aaaM aavaral paan hafara, fraal UTTLr 

BILL JtJll.NSTON. 

.*•.•• 
LAOOSTB. la aptia ot 



w 

Hollywood ....;...«*. f 

.Mlaalnna ,>....»•»«,. 4 

Oakland ........««««« ( 

Portland ......«..««., 1 

Seettia *.•*•.•*«...«« i 

l..o« Angelee 1 

^ ttaeramealo s 

I Baa PraadU' 2 

' Naiioanl 

W. 

aaoaaa^g 0 

St. Lifafa 1 

Cincinnati t 

Brooklyn I 

Chlc»uo I 

New York ..«,», 1 

Plttaburgh 1 

Boet4HI 4 



Pet. 
.744 
.171 

.if! 

.Ml 

.144 
.411 
.U4 



1 
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1 
4 
f 



Xa, 
t 1^ 
1 til 



f.00 
r.ao 
,00 
.544 
.tit 




Talking of Irenchmen »a notice that CARPE.STlKK la geppaaed to 
have signed op for a Sght with STRIBLINO next July. He ie aaM to have 
aosurvd "Pa" StrlhUng that he wonld aocopt 114.444 for aaoB a feggC. go 
good of yea OaatM hai aWra ateaM yaa'U get licked. 



I iei, »(,. 1 .1 
■.V ush I ri K ton. , 
float r,,, ^ . , 

New York .. 
PhlladalpMa 



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• a e a o I 



s a * e o a 



W. 
2 
• 
1 
1 
1 
1 
4 



1 

I 

1 

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L. PaL 

A 1 .44a 

0 1*44 

1 .444 
1 .444 
1 .144^ 
1 444 
1 on f) 



SI. Loala 



000 



LACKHEADS 



B: 
ni«ekhea<t* vtrnalf <1laa»lva aS* 
s t saip e aar lata a«a aaagta, aa4s 

Ml4 0mr* in*<>i<w| a** ««»e 

•priniil. H ..n a >>«i »*' . i<s» h r»H ih« 

Srlsatjr— avary Slaaasaae wiU fe* gsaSk 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C FRIDA^ . APRIL 16. 1926 



losmwtPEiu 

IS-TQ BE PRODUCED 



•Tl'llANDtyr." WORK OF tilACOMO 
Pt'CXJl.Vi, WILIi BK IMI'OHT- 
AJIT Ml'ia<'Al> KVKNT 



Toon 



MILAN, April If..- Kverything ta 
rcAdy for the production of 'Turan- 
"lot." the posthumous opmi of (Jla- 
vnrno Pun lnl. ut I,a H< aU Theatre, 
Msrslrt) Toscannl, wno in Ki''i"K 
ct«l care to th« production of tbia 
op0n, la at work. Th* i«atflnc clwr- 
■O K h»v« Mm >Miftil Tha prin* 
•19*1 iBtavvratar* will h* Birnor 
Raip» and Zambon. tiM IMor, S^Knor 
Itata. ttnd III*" hsrlton*. Si>.:nor 
llimlnl Th«' nrrn^ry h-«N I'^en 
pointed by tha palnur, Chlnl, ana iha 
emnm— 4|jMi|*«4 W MPMT OM«mlMk 

TlM ilia WM tb* tlMfttra «lr««dy 
4*hMaa PuMtal blmaalf far 
t.Af^k a« thm Bmmwmr of 1IS4. and tha 
op*ra fihould har»' b«en performed In 
111* SpnriK iif l;i"t vf-ar After HiRnlriK 
the lorilr.Kt viih thf Hc:i\.i I'uccliil 
h^fcaii to tfc\ thf nrnl hympforiin of 
hia fatal lUnaas. This, however, did 
not kaop lUm from worklns; Indeed. 
alMoat M If ««raro of tb* eoralas 
•n4. ko lakorod • with ra«otablad 
•nortir. It waa Ilka a dfaprraip race 
betw«*n him and the rtin** m to ih« 

rlrj"! to atrlv<> I'mrinl at thf »>iitl of 
ihr Mjipr,! Ill the diseuse at lis terrlbl'" 

Ro., I h .>r I he glory.; Of aft Faoeim 

arrived Orst. 

At tho tfaath of tha oompoaar. "Tur- 
andot" could ba oanalAtrad ftntabad. 

Hla diaronaolate wordn on the eve of 

tha op'r.iliiin \vti|i-li w,T< iii'l t" K.tv* 
him "Til'- A 1 1 1 \<o iif r r or itiimI 

iTir i.mptr'c -iriil rliirr so ni i-o ti •• will 
com'' to ihf ti.on i:iitH and a n n oiiru ■> 

to thf pilf.lK \' 't:lH point tli> I i.in- 

poaer died.' " must l>e considered only 
aa a motanchnly scruple of hla con- 

thlMally Un.'uitiHflp'l Hplrtt 

<>p<Ta Im I 'liil»li<d 
As a rnatlfr of f.u ' .,i the mothent 
of leavInK for Krusseln. where he wan 
to enter a nursing home. Puccini ha>l 
alr«a4y handad to bla pubUahar. 
Rleordl. tbo opora llniahod la all its 
datalla. mtufo and orchestration, up to 
^Jn Tut dU«t. or rhe last dilet and 
finalo, howt v^r, iif h., i ^kptl■^lpll the 
mualc on thirty sivin .■•hj-i-in which. 
i>u l^avlru- fi.t Jiriinju-lM d.' ImoI, with 
lini i"fc»-r hi-: «ltli hla pencil and 

sptx'ta' ip^ with whieh ha waa la tbo 

habit uf working. 

To hla frlenda ha aald that during 
tha Gonvalaaeonoo ba would coai plate 
avanrthin* tai abaat a fortnlsht. But 
there was no oonvaleacanoa. On No- 
vember 29. 1984, the composer died. 

'IlifTi Ti "iiiiri n i. who ,i 1 1 w uc<li-i \ip- 
t'-rr hn'i h*-.-*!.! in part 'lui.in-li 1 ' on 
' I [. ui nil in 1 ' Ki' 1 II I - \ 1 11,1 , 1 ' \' 1,1 
r'-i:n\<\ Hiid hi! r fcelvej "an exceUi-nt 
; II, prrHsi-iii ,,r i' entrusted to W.ifn- 

tro Kram <) Aifuno (a .vary skilful 
' Italian compoaar, author of "Raaur- 
raalOBo," ''L.'Ombra dl Don Olovannl." 
ate.), tbo taak of fllling in the gaps i 
But tbaaa, as baa baas aald. .-\moiint>-<i 
to very little. Maestro Alfuno ui 

fnrt iiil'IfM I Mthlrii: 'T In hf. 
llrnilo.l ltiFn-<.>lf tin- or. 1 1 1'jj' r , 1 1 i - n of 
thr la."t 'In. 1 ..II. I ih.- lln-il.-, .ui.) to- 
two or three < unnectlons, repeating a 
few themes alraady uaotf b|; ff^ootnl 
la tha praceding acts.* 

Fable !•< Siihjcot 
I'-rti- j.D .1 keen .xi ' i.ition of Ihiji 
<-\riil whli'li n nit.iiihlfdl) ]'•■ ihf 

most Important of the y> I' ;n Mi. 

musical world. iSvaryooa who knows 
anything biMt tba opar« apaaka 

highly of It. It la known that Pueelnl 
had werkad four yaara at ft. It was 
la 19>tt that ha agre»,i ^^lt^ his two ' 

fnands. nignor Slmoiu aiiil .Siitnnr 
Adanil i I>;,l :ini li;ili;in writprx 
wh.i lifi.l , ilifa.lv I . la li. I la I f.l with 
li.iii In .'thi'i work-". a.i In a new 
lihrrtto \n.i It uaH not without re«- 
aOn that ifi'i many rcMparrhes, Puc- 
cini ended tiy choosing as the aubjact 
to f^L to music one of the thaatrleal 
fableg of Charloa Qoasi. the well- 
known playwright of tho otgKteanth 
century Venice, who lived .it th<- time 
of Charloa Ooldoni, and wh.h, in art. 
hli graat rival. 

The result has been thai Turan- 
«IOt" will iipiiear not ss the fruit of n 



Thifty-Eight Houses Moved From 

. BanJ^head Into Banff in Foriy Days 




HI|ITT>BI<IHT booaaa movad aiz 
and a halt mllaa la forty d^ 

over difficult mountain roais from 

llankhf.il t.. ILmrr l-i.ltn- ri-i.ir.l lo 
dale ••«lahli.iliiil li> Ml t'harlff H'd 
I|.>iin.- ,-no\>r" of (^alK^>i'> I'.e- 

fiirc the tourui season opens hu In- 
tends to move a total of sixty house/ 
lata tha nounuln raao rt . Tbo now 
supply of houaaa will bolp to roltova 

the congeetlon during tha Bummar 
seaaon when the demand f^or cottagea 

tia.< alwa>.s 'In- fUi.i..'\ 

Mam r. 1 11 1 ri . ! ■ r , \li-v\i'.| tin- w.irk 
111 [If . 1^ 1 II'. ( I n ■ I s h o. > i\ ' 1 1 ♦■ i 1 1 1 1 . ! ' 
.Not HO. -Mr. Kp.Mo. k W UM a . rfw . f 
eight and a Holt latfrpi.lar iri.toi 
ha began work Kabruary 1. Inataad 



of moving a house a weak as ax- 
paetail, he moved a house almost 
every day. On TliurKrtay. .Marrh 
I.K.il reHldrnlfi were Hurprised to nee 
the fliiniv trai-tor i hut.'KlnK' alonjf the 
motor hl»;fiwav with the Heventy-ton 
ntatlon bulldini; of Uankhaa4 moving 
elowly iMhInd It. Tha twtety-four 
foot by llfty-V*t bulldtag raqulrad 
oarafvl bandllng to avoid damaghng 

the traaa «laaC the motor ma.l ami 

streets of SUnff Kvpn i hough .le 

;>iVfil three tinii's li\ ihe lifiv\ hin!.! 
iriK . .m.s n< i) ■ ^^•lee,.■< jo fiink I., 'lie 
*li M tir. Ill 1 h." r.-a 1 .\l r Ke.l .l-.-k .1. . -mi 
pliahed the laak i f moving the build- 
ing three mllea fr. ni its alta by tba 
railroad tracks to Banff , in ftva batnv. 



The only mishap In the roloniuil 
ttiovlng scheme wan the I'lllapne of a 
poorly constructed building, the t>ack 
shod of tha old BaAkhaad atore. JfTlth 

this latent addlfloti to the residences 
of Banff, ihe inountaln village may 
aptly be terineil the Town of \ll- 

lagas," since three viUagaa have con- 
trtbutad tbalp bttlldlaipi to tbb tawa 
since ItM. Tbsy arc silver City, 
Anthracite. and new Bankhead. 

\\ hen th« new ailflitionn are in place 
anti hns»' I.eeii r»',.,ilntf.1 anil fVei or 
aled. tlie>- will the fainoun I' U 

reaort an, ^ pwaslble, piure aitracuv^ 
and oartglntar a mora flUW-out 
appaojraaeo. , • 



TA.XVOR.INO 

Hand Loomed Homespuns 



SUIT of gemiine hand loomed h<Miie» 

spun is usually found in the wardrobe 
of the well dressed man* For informal, 
outdoor wear it is seldom approached 
and never exceUed* Colours vibrate 
thtough the warp and w«ft of hand looBied liqiiie* 
spuiif, giving pleating Ucndi diat men appcedatea 
V Siighdy |>toader dwildefs and at^aight, mediuni 
width trooaen are the ^order of the spring and 
summer stipes* 



new InnplrattOB, or of . n. w .. h 
nlque. but aa a typlca^y Puccinl^n 
opera; a very malodloua opam. full of 
t>aatttlful iHimM aantloMat, and of 
happy tooebaa of humdr and pathos, 
Juat the sort of work In which I'uc- 
clni could ba, and will be found to be, 
at bia best. 



METROPOLITAN PASTOR 
LEAVES FOR TORONTO 



Ui\ I>r ^l,,i)r<ll Will \it.iiil sos- 
.slituh of i niiiiiiUt»<l(iii oil I'orfiia- 



Tha Hot. JJr. W. J. IMpprall, paator 
of Matropoll(an Church and secretary 

of the Victoria Presbytery of the 
I'nltf.l Chiirli of Canad.i left .m 
Tiie.sdi-. fill I'.iront.i where iliitint,- 
the i..niinK w...k lie will atleint the 
ineetlnKH of ihi' .-pei!;)! ronimlaaiiin 
on rerrnaneni 1 n ira n l/.,i 1 1. . 11 appoint' I 
laxt liiae li> the (Jeneral Council of 
the 1 niied Church of c.inada to ex- 
amine tha various spberaa o% work 
wJtbiB the church. 

Tho aaailonaof thia commission are 
of particular iilteraat to tha chur-^h 
aa a whole, as the forthcorWlnK June 
meeting at Montreal of the Oonfl il 
('ouncil v\,il h.ir the report of its 
findings and re. ommi i'd.illonM in con- 
iieiti n « ith the permar>fnt ornanlzn- 
tioii^ which the church is to aet up 
nil iiin itaalf fbr tba carrying on of Ita 

Work. 

The sub-committees of tho com- 
mlaaioo da«b havo thalr apaelbl func- 
tion, homa miaakNM. foralgn missions. 
Muoatlon and rallgtous education, the 
question of baiiavolant funds, youn^- 
t>«ople's work, etc. Dr. Slppreii is 
the only man this aide of Wlnnlpnj? 
who In (in the « ornmlaslon on Colleges 
and lllKher Kdiicatlon. the appoint- 
ment heln»; eminently Kiiltahle In \ :• 
of his experience an a college princi- 
pal 

The commission w ill sit most of 'h-j 
coming wo«k at W^ley Buildings. 
Toronto, and Dr. Sipprell will probably 
not gat back to Victoria uatlf about 
the sad of tl«a month. 

— J — 

Battery Acid De9trMtiv€ 

Be careful when testing th.- hut 
ler\ luMl one drop of .-idil ' . , 
hydrometer, if Hpille.l on ihi- ruhi.er 
floor' boar, I . r i L.th upholstery, will 
cat a hole that will ^row larger and 
l irser until n naw eooer is neoded. 



1 

Peace and Justice Is Only Aim, j 
Says Riffian Chieftain . . 



Al)d-eI-Krim Explains His Country's Aspiratfdns in 
liCttcr. to The Londpn Tiroes 



The following is a literal « trans- 

latton by Tbatortdon TftnM eorraa- 

pondent at TsnKiei ,i ifner trans- 
mitted to him f .1 piililicatlon in The 
Times. The liti.r is ,lated .laliiiary 
:J7. hiif n -I s ,t. 1) 1-1 on aci-.nin' of 
the .|,f It,, .vi'.'ienced \-\ \t'.l 
el-lvrlni .1 mosB«nsei in crossing the 

Spaalah Miea 

Paaea. We rejoice to comaMurt< 
ate to jron tme tnformatlon oenoem- 
ing tba situation of our country so 

' !iat you ( a. puhllih It In your pro- 
tsresalve ni a; i r. In order that the 
world ma.\ rea i 1 . vs 1 . t . vartly U the 
ponltion of .afTiii! . Tins is in th'- m 
terenlH of truth espei-iallx .1, ih-i.- 1 1 .• 
tiimori si t ,!)road by the enemtos of 
.•nil those boatlla lo peace. 

loVeiM of War. 

We are relieved of reaponsibllity 
ind the a(bole world knows that we 
re preparad to make peace and to 

Cl 

eneml< 

search for tranciuiUty and that is all. 

It is nothing' to ii« If otir enemies for 
politii-ai p.-;..-. •l.,l,^,. false aaaer- 
tl(->nn II h.i ■. , I v\ .1 . , i . . I ■ . -since we 
hee:i I ' ' .1 ' ; . I I 1 ; i ■ 1 1 1 iKhta. 
and w < .il l- always Hlri\iiig to otitaln 
peace. We have exerted exery effort 
In communicating with the French 
and SpanMi autborltlee over and o««r 



:oma to an understanding with our 
snemlee. We only eeek Juatlce and 



rights^ Joatly and Impar* ^!'v they 
sccu.^ie US rif belni; n.n uarians 

a U ! ' ' •■ f./^ .va : ., ; 1 ... ..ijthi d 
A 11 .1 ufi.fi w . a I - ; It a \ . ■ ' ! 1 1 1 for our 
rlRhls .in. I 111; ■ I'-.i-inen. ihey ev 
I)laln It as ,1 . . • fi f . .shion of weaknesti 
and of mef!t. |en.-y. This showe a 
wrong understanding and is sur 
prlftag. When we are In a dllemm» 
irlata wba« roftd to take, we turn 
aaary out the Arab saylagi "The 
sword is more truthful than writings." 

IntcuUons 81aoef« 
Our intentions are sincere. We 

never write to our opponents or send 

them any communication except what 
A.' 1 MUHcl. ri t i( 1 V in.l t rut hf till >■ 
fi fi \\ .■ .lie sincere in all fhif<. We 
kmiw Doihinfr of piditlis or intrig^jes 
or r.i>;uer. hut our opponent.-* ar<- 
masters .,! 'ho.He thinxf They .1.. not 
understand any ways but tboae of the 
fox, and tbhi brlags about mlaunder> 
atandinga on every oeeaalon. 

We demand nothing but our rights 
an.l we .lifend nothlnjc ).■ v.in.l what 
We (-oiinider ..iir diit\- t^i defend The 
sole purpose of all our actions is to 
arrl\(- at peace We deniri- t.. e.lu- 
c.'ii.- car p.-ojile and lo rcf.>rt;i .Mii 

country. We are alwaya ready to 
make peace and to come to termn, 
aa aeon aa we dka perceive that our 
aaamles recognise Justice and 4dAlt 



Journalist Arraigns British Generals 




Spring 1926 



•J"M1\'K how little a Stetson 
1 l.tt costs >ou when you com- 
pare iL nil the expense ol your 
MiMr tpparel -coirykkf iu «f. 
lect en your appMranc*. 



Soli 



STETSON HATS 






iMU SThWAKT UVON 
I mrr r-litor of The Toronto Clobt, who was the Canadian Prw* corrrspon 
4cnt at the front for a year and wttaeaaed the battle of Vimf Kt if, the Kur t 
of General Upsrtt. now pofitithes, irtnc years after the battle, an a nttrnnient < i 

certain British Rcnrrals for r,lr< If ^snr^^ m not making af!ef)n;»fc a t lU i . ;):rp.4, 
ation for the advaiuc of the British and Canadian infantry 111 the cng4geiiicnt» 

follow itiK V'imy. 



again, and every time tbay meet us 
In their pride and in 'l eir egoism. In- 
terpreting our piir|..i-j. . . ontriiry to 
their real Intention \\ .11. • ), 
weaker sid.- and h.t-.- n.. pi.;(.- 1,1 

carry on w ^ ■ ■ . --i ' i.ini, .1,1 

HO t h ' -, . v. I r (■ . . ^ , : ■ n, i^K wit h weak 
n ei«.s i • i 1 ' . t ; : m « « -1 s (laVln Jt nilf 

ft-reii det.-ai. .ind this whenever we 
make any communication to them or 
show any lacllaatlon for peace. This 
has astonished us. And when we 
continue to fight and to kill, aban- 
doning our inclination to follow the 
path of papoe— thereby aeeklag our 



our 1" Kit I mate liirhtx wllhntil fthl< 
enj.i\riient ..fi w!i i- . ,r-not exist. 
The Hlf his li 1 I • . -Ms of Itn 
■ I 'A n and .111 ..1 ,ji . 1 , , ■ . , ■ a r . h #n • 
I 'le It to lip Kif\i-riied for ,iiid li\ lt« 
own people and to live tm other iia 
tlons do. In liberty Md Independenae. 
The Rif trusta that when It obUlaa 
those rights, and its Juat demand* 
are accepted. It wtTl live tn peace md 
tranquility with .iii i'" n- «iii...r, -mi 

open ita door to foi eiKurrs m a lit- 



B.C. DISmLBKT, UMITSD 



*nA^^A'9tr^^^rmr^^r n t ,„i,i,,he«l Of displgyed by tiM Liquor 
.OMrtrca ikord ur by tbc Govcmmcmi ol Britisli CohnaMa. 



TENNIS 

Y.M.C.A. 
Courts Now 
Open 

MSMBSAtlW UMXTKD 

TO nmr 



I'or 



2900 




aay grecerlaa u>aaj 
ttmm the 



*Tf you 

don't buy tl 
tbe street 

Why n..t ■• ■ 
"Because he has horro-wed my 
- '"-^Kfir BhMi Paria * * 



■A 



THE* LYNN 

Popular with young men . . good 
taste for every man . . . hrc^ad 
rope sbotaldera . . . plain lapel . . . 



Mearos & Fuller 

1201 ]$o«giM Strtot 



Cormr Viov 



Piont 2S4S 



ting way to hrint: ahoiit happinenn. 

Tbaid are io'|.. - ai.i -nir dcalree. 
Charge imaginary 
Coaeerplag what our enemlee' 
ebarge «a witb. that we are in re- 
lattena wHh the flovlet and the Ger- 
mans, and tlijt forelgnerM >r- i.iunc 
a hand In .ur lountry. a.l tdii i« 
imaaiiar-. and n. Ho frul' ..f .-nemv 
iBmo!^ rhM.» Ihf-, 'inl Mil- .n>-..' 
to ups'-l 'fi.if"- ',\-l., lefen'l I'li- 'i^'l.i^ 
.if weak iMtton»i a.s i.s \ » ry evident. 

e have proved t.i the world more 
than once that there la no truth (in 
thW rumors). I am sure that 
there are ^tMMB who aid humanity 
as you do, 'and we ^ruat thi^t the 
fruit of yeur help in thus making 
known our Ideas and our desires will 

' I, nil,:- of a nOblo {.i-.icp lly 
wlinh itir Mf\'-.M,nr of hlood and nil 
II...... I. mil . . . I- nf w hli-h t'je 

world a .» ' n ■ «m .v.l] he re:noved. 
They have t rnr.l 11 face nf human- 
ity black and made the sons "^f men 
suffer every kind of tormeac 



I-'inaJI) wo desire to assure jou 

that althoUlfb »lb* otoaMiy Mauploe a 

portion of our country, and may. we 
suppose, advance ahd occupy other 
parts, all this does not detract fr..in 
our faith, for we rerTiam stea.if i.^! 1 > 
..!! p I I II , I (. !.'^ .-irn if onlv one moiin 
latn lojj m,i\ i.-inaln lo us t 1 ..i-cups 
or inhshn Wi- -ihall .au<e ijreHt :.>«« 
to our enemicH Althoug.'i the eneniy 
will possess a further part of our 
country, k wiU hot trouble ua he- 
eauee wo have ilea uMra than tlM-. 
in our victories In various battle* 
nor do we penelve any virtue in ' 

nor will It aftact our determination 
because ^Tl the enemy hnn don*- U to 

Crea'.-- n r w wh- fn.nt..^ on will, a he l,s 
daiiv ' uffir im jjrea' lo«w \\ r. ^iill 
contini. pr.-i.«red lo defViul mir 
rights I i 111,. i,.'r\ end and to die tor 

o\ir I - n ipi.« We .<hnii be patient, 
SS we iiave t>een tor many yegca, un- 
ti. the day wUl eouM la wMeM right 
will conquer wrong. 
This la what we oemmuniaate to 



you, U^hlni; v.iii to puhlisl. 11 
anticipation of oui thank-< I 
Uppa yau and great reapeoU 



w.ih 




"Tou ppaar ftp M to to a 

ioal drinker!" 

"That's right. I fai any 
a weokl"— r 
alab. 



oaoi 
Mu- 



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INCDRPQItAtED 2r» may ie70. 




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40LD BY 



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Men's and Boy*' Shoes Only 



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12 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C I-RIDAV, APRIL 16, 1936 



CAPITOL 

TW« WMi Aaprticr GUm Bill of Comedr. MMc mtd 



Mow 

Plarmc 



PopnlMT 
FliBMl 



rKATl'KB ATTRACTION 



RICHARD DIX in 

''LET'S GET MARRI]^D» 



. . l«r LOlt WILSON 
nni ovwAttrntn comsot ktemt tub ykab 

rnu mvmo 



TBX BOW 




Th<i 

of liar ow 

And prra* 



LSO COMEDY CREATION AND CAPITOL NEWS 

KM MATINKK »*r. KVKNlNii Mr. <11IKDKKN 1#« IAI«f DAT) 

FRKK IA4iK MIL%TM— I. Vaar NaM rftaU« 

I Th»«lf ln*it»ii M'n H MfKlllr i;i7 iHford .Srr»-^t «n<i two fr 
a rhoirr, to b»- Ita cuxita «ri> <iay this wr, k I'Irasr ()»-i«f h thia col 
nt lo f^hlrr A >»w Niunr KT«<r> Morntnc. U Blrfa tmr Voan! 



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John Barrymor£ 




Hpeci^ Mualcal l*r«cr»a>m« by 



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PLAYHOUSE 



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35c; Uu^rr K:.>.,i SOc, I l,.i.|rer, »M lime*, ISi, 



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H AN NOT A WChL' 
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Mar'^hall Neilan's Production ' ' 



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MIKE 



99 



l aetwtat RALLY OWIX wMh OLMUOHI WnUUV eMI VOIIO aVMIUNCi 



P«Tt^Tlir*« an. I r 



"MOANA" 



EXTRA— DANCE Dl VfiRTISSEMENT— BXTRA 
PrtMiitiiig the VlctorlMi Dancers in Solo and Enecmble Dances 

KVKNINCS ONLY 



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BUSTER BROWN COM KI)V_-BUSTliK S N I GHTMARB" 

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Evaninc 
26^ 



CAPITOL Mwt Wetfc 




in KIKI 

> RONALD COLMAN 



riic Scrgcn LuuKl i ii\c NDtlimu I'liur i'iiaii I his — it's Surely 

Her Oftatett Achtevmnent I ^ 



^Trst^Hsa aucceedlng one Mnotljcr 
« It hit, a mystery. "Ttea, OoHlU.t 

which opened a thrcp day ^nRacrnicnt 
at the Royal \i<t<>rla TtifHtrr \nm 
alSht, In rertainly n. rlf^ver play Tlif 
t*rm of mystery play" appilea with 
full force to thle produetlea. for U im 
nothing If not to be bo charaetaslBed. 

ojifnlnc In a qul«t, formal way !n- 
• llriitlve of ii parlor drama, iht' hltii.i 
lion <hanK«»n »ud<1enly and for iihoiii 
I wo rujiirn the audl^ru i- altrriial r.n 
from fp«»llng.>i of uncannlne«.H to rourri 
of kuiKliior. The unexpect<'<l is hap 
(••'MiiiK at every moment. Detectives 
who have the happy faenltjr /at beinK 
aiwaya in the wrony plaee an^ meet 
ing wkhr anewlidaable viyeteMee ar.- 
helpleee to cope With (he sftlMtlon!! 
that face tbem. «. 

NiiiWMiHui NoayhMafl 

The aid of a sevawrlter whb la n. 
lively thrown Inte the n^ldat of 
I hinge In an effort to secure a real 
sensational , story for his paper finds 
himself iinal.lf lu hoI\'- Ih.- mysler\"^ 

The curluslty uf the audience ItNi-ir 
Is aroused to the utmost and It fln N 
Itself attanaptiac to provide a aolution 
of the yniisunl thlnirs that are hap 
penins. Cowy lteat ione suceeed com- 
plications until the audience itself la 
t>affled aa well, a.^ th'- 1 1 1,; < .rou.s jc 
ifctlves. Thfn comea a pt?riod of 
pandemonium with oeafVMlkm relsn- 
ing on all sides. 

It la at thie iuneture'that the elev 
'-raeas' of the production is ma<i'' 
manifeet. rroa • aitnatlon where a i 
la diSQuietins the^^ponltlon shtfts ahd. 
as If It had been Awaken>-<| out of 
Irc.iiii [)))• ,1 '.111 Ir n. .■ .'•uddeilly 
I ra ri.sport <-,| l,;,ik to Ih.' -.rnf .'if fhn 
operilriK of th'- pl.i> in th< livstit; i..,itp 
of ('yrus Htevens where the plai 
hcgaii. 

Cnmpcinantlon Provided 

< 'ompensaf Ion is thu«< provided for 

alj (hi' .1 II i ft i m; ,«l I u ,1 1 1 onN and th. 
rurt.iiii falU with nothing of a di^ 

t'lrhin- chameter to linger in th' 

memorj-. 

In "Tl^e Oerina" only one lady 
haracter is provided, that of Ali< ■ 
I >enby, wMch is taken by Miss i : 

I'armlcbael The hurpor of the play 
i.s provided hy Wilhur i'o\ :ht tho i o| 
, rf.| ."orvanl: Kon Ha^iall ati.l llarrv 

.-•hannon as the fearful detectives; un ' 
itert Kay |n the role of the ne«> 

writer. • ' 

j The scene of the play Is the home 
I of Cyrus Btevens, who in imperaonated 

j I v Jobn Stokefi. Arthur Marsdep, the 
'■•'litrr ,,f ilir pla\. 'Tho (lorill.j 
i'iHy»'ii ii\ .Julian .Nos, takes a prom 
Inrni part throushout. 

The QorUla" will be repeated tbi < 
^venlnc and Saturday nlfht With ■ 
inatinee performance on Saturday. 

< <>l IM 1 M r.. ,1. '.,1 the Id' t ' I 
Till . \Tlll . uf the real .somnaiii hul - 
l-t. the mail! was bribed 
to walk In her aleep. and, with a praise- 
worthy deelre to fully tfkrn her hire, 
threw in a few realistic snores. Thus 
there were "two of 'em." for the 
Rtnulne sleep-walker chose this niKht 
for a nocturnal stroll and both also 
chose the tiame un f art u n.i t »■ man'fl 
rooms for ih»it t)roiTi»'n;(.l'' This i.-i 
•■"I '■' ''11 I ■ 1 I ■ I' in t h 1 1 II t .1 u (' I ht" 
)i.\.iis in. HI.. Til' n Walk'-'l in 

M.: .•-;:''>|i'- ;,t th'- I ..liHeijpi. where 
I. 'I. Kedmood shows his v^ell -proved 

"rBatl/lity with a comedy, Vrhlch pro-: 
' ides a nuipber of thrills as well as 

:over humor and a dramatic Interest. 



The brtven 
CapMol — lUchard DU In "Let's 
CM Married.*' i 



Colamk«a~*nDaet. Lfwna." with 

All-dtar CMt V,/ 

Dominion — AU*atar C«et t» 

-Mike.- - 

VlmfhAmm John Bnrrymore In 

"TiM fllaa Iteoiit ■' 

TItr tiU«)D 

"She Wntkod tm Her 



( 'oUsmii 
.Sleep 



I kitty " by Murray, who niustakea him 
for fiiii-h a*" anmnl.'' The akunk u 
trained, but It takes c.>..'l faith In 
animal nature even to api'ioai h the 
hea.si I'M aln<- make .i pla\iiialf of 
it HH Murray dof-i lrulil«"nl.ill> . 

I \>ilan and the oth>-i rucmhcrs of lli«> 
inpany wore taa masks when be- 
hind the camera, acalnst tfte danir«r 
of t^e far>benrtac nalmal f^rvetUoa 
lie wee trained. But Murray and 
Kterliar could not take that pre- 

cautioif. 

DANCING STUDENTS 
IN RECITAL TPfiHT 

PupUa of Mrs. Dorothy WUaea to 
Qlve Programme Ti^icv at < 
M4<niuHnl Hall 

I M <'a !. mler'-Ni i.i heiiiK .-ilo.An ;n the 
sc. *^ii(l aiinuHl r.' ltal of Mii- liorolhs 

Wil-ion'a daaciaK pupils at the 
Metnorit^l Hall tOMdht and tojfnorrow 
evenin*. aoro<nencinr at 8 o'elock. 
The demand for tickets h^a boen so 
lar«e that |t U practically aaeured 
that the s{>aclous auditorium will be 
filled to ( ,n.a. ■ , ' l.,.th nights. 

The proceeds of the recital erill be 
w V Ided between the Solarium fund 
for crippled children and the new 
Cthedr a l f un d . A apeclat- f ntur u of 
tonight's performance will be a short 
address by Dr. Cyril Wace on ifl'- 
I'l in.-* and work of iho prop. .! 
Solarium to be erected ai^ Mill IU3 

During the Intermiasion , on * both 
nifhts. seleotlona will be re«der«d on 
the new Bmnswlek "Panatrope." 




M1M MARAAKET 43AMraKU. 

A piipl! of -Mrs (;ertruil.' IIiinll<-.v 
• irf-en. anil K'ner.il!\ r«n"Kii l/.<-<l .i.s 
one of \ |i I'lria'M nio-.l -irh.us in. I 

inflf.l viUvllTll.'i of luis.i «h.. \<i\\i 
Clw Ih." .Viirll I'l I a inno of lh<«, 

Ijudiea' Musical Club. The recital if 
to take place at the Bmpreaa Hotel on 
Wednesday. April 31. and amoa« the 
numbers which ths pianist will play 
are the btg Rachmaninoff Prelude in 
1) Minor, which has never hitherto 
bet n heard In X'irtorla; th- I :.'ih.n'-n 
Sonata Opus 2, No. ,3: and .i Itos.-^ .iti 
Kroiip with two beautiful prelu'l- hv 
ticrlabln, including the SchulU-iiiaier 
arrangement of "Blue X>aniit>e." 
There will, of course, be many Other 
lovely thIngH making up a wonderful 

pro;;r.iri ' ' SO yOUn|( Sp ^rtlst 

to ati< iiipi III her debut recital. It Is 
underKtoo.l that Ntr- (irepo who has 
been In New York and Kastern <'an- 
ada .since early January, la hurrying 
back to Victoria in order to be bare In 



' Fire Migrant \ t asets 

Sailing This Week-End 



LONDON. April 16,— Five steam- 
ships salting for Canada week- 



^""i<- I ik'l-. for the I' II. i! I ,11.1 \.lll (arr\ liln t.-...l,.-' f 

■"'I .1 1. .. il I hi. .md may be obtained Liverpool, ilelfact and <;ia«Kow, and 

fr'.m I'lipiN ',1 Mrs. Wllaon, Or dt'thc about -joe ata^'men and fifty aingle 

door each evening. j women. 



TODAY'S RADIO '"^TUIlJ^'^l 



< WPTTOL 
THKATKE 



3 NIGHTS 
JBtf Mat. l,lo 



ROYAL 

APRIL 16 and 17 



Tr»«l«r 
iumI 

Selerdair 



ef Xew Te«%. 

la Chlettcn 



"Te ntlas this flas perfermaaee 
miss on* th* ■reatast atlraetlnna 
that ti«a rnnns te Portlaaa in leany 
ate* M<..<.n>." — PorUaad Joereaf. 
Marrh i( 

"Til* fwnaiMt play smr i» l.andan 
IS a lone lima.'— Loodos Dallr Mail 



rbar/tmfflat 



RIOT OF FUN 



THE 

fiORIUft 



Wllh * 

MR. MULLIGAN 

and MR GARRITY 

I «ns Rnn ( hiracn < aal InUMi 

1', , . rr- 1. .« '.i -- N «hi» |] 71.. 
t: ti *t. *i i«. *»<-. ktr sateraer 

MX n«.a; It l«, II IS, M«. Ila. 

I'ri. Inrlvd* taa. ^ 



MAKING FILM8 OF 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST 



II. 



t. Wrimr IVimIik i Iciiim, Iiu'. 
LOOklMi: for Studio l^iOkttai 
Later on Island 



la 



Looking for a snlt.ihle location In 
the future on Vancouver island for a 
branch of the M. <'. Weaver Produc- 
tions, Inc., a motion picture concern 
vith large prcmlsee at the Tillow 
Heaeh Studip, iheomn. Mr. Jaeae R. 
I'aul is reglsterH at the Strathcona 

1 li.tr I 



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I I 



Five Pamenger Cars 

Ijeavt C.N.R. Trades 

TOUONTo. April 1 -'• Hive cars of 
a epsntal iiaaenajsr train of the Cana- 
dlaa National Railwaya from Montreal 
tn Winnipeg we^w derailed Mear Oak- 

iitnd. ontririn. thia momlngr. hut no 
person!) were lr«)ured accordlnc to n 

.■latemenl l««iie.1 fi..ni <hr- ceneral 

»■>■»■ ear a uAce ol ilio ccnlrui r&ciuo. 



.1 t # ■ . I . r . ^ r n t 
' . I C a 1 1 1 T 1 1 I o n 1 , . , , rri r 
ineslerl in p|rlure.<i and 

1 inM..ii-T lo Interest other invest - 
mrnis, fully eapaetin* that a (rood 
location can be found dn.-yanreHver 
Island for a atudlo. ; 

The company h<»s n sper^nitv hni'i 
studio, Independen' . r , ,i 
•^ir lo be available on ovrt.iSl days 

free from atmosphdrtc dtsturb- 

an< e, 

"Hearts and Plets." the^ ftrst pir 

ture put out by this ronrern, has 
done wfll im n porlr.->\nI of the life 
In ihe Psrlfic Non i lumber 

ranjpf. with consider fxvitrable 
notire (n the Mrlllsh film theatres 
since its production ia the Old Coun- 
trj-. 

The second pletere, "Byee of the 
Totem." is reedy CBr 
Mr Tsui wiU »e 

several <la\<i 



Richard Dix, p ipular 
Paramount star, knows 
all about the inner 
or), inK-i of iiiison on I'.l i. K 

v.,-]]'k l,:iri(l now. In his latest farce 
• I ! ' t-a Oet .Married, " now 

.-allowing at the Capitol Theatre, he 
is sent "up the river." And many Of 
• he eoonee actually show him in )all. 
i^ut it must be admitted that Rich- 
ird Bucceede in getting out. I»i^ 
I vviison is seen aa the warden's dauKh 
j i"r Qregory La Cava dlrt-de.i f.u 

I r^.rnmount. The stage preseni t ...ns 
I f.it thin wiTk -it Ihe Chi . I.. lh"M re 
j in'Uij^e I wo very fine a' I- l.^ i I . ». 
a r.l ami his Pr 1 m e,«i«i ( ir. he-. • - , « 1 1 1 
he lieard playing seveial popul.ir 
danre m^Odles. This Is the second 
week's ensagainent of this popular 
aggregation of musicians. The Dance 
D^vertiaeement beint offered by New- 
III and I*ee ig a treat,, and to do them 
jystice one hna -to really see these 
artists of the terpsichorean art. 

COLIMUIV I he William Fox phojo- 
THBATIIK play production of .Mrs 
Henry Wood's phenom- 
enal stage hit. "Kast I.ynne." which 
Is now showing at the Columbia 
Theatre. Is heralded as one ef the 
most gorgeous pradnettona ever made 
under the Pox banner. The ' film 
story Is produced with the beauty of 
rural Kngland as the background. 
Not nione doe^ the splendid produc- 
tion and heaiitN of the plo.toplay 

lend rh^m till a "f f 'hrilljnu 

in'id'Tiis 'ulnimatlnK in n terrifii 
I 1-., -1 * •'■. k. .-111. Is .-x touch of, realism 
I hat IS hard to surpasa. A magni- 
fi. cnt cast of popular screen stars 
and feature player* grace the more 
important relet ef the production. 
Kdmond Lowe and Alma Rubin.*. 
b«th new etarring under the Vox 
hanner. are aeon In the role of Archi- 
h ;M Cartvle f»nd I ji d \ Isabel 



la t|M dtp for 



Nonrit \ A.S< ..f \ i.i;. Aj,r,| ii _ 
VVh le Mi,f,,iinE besld" the track at a 
mill under rnnstruction here, on which 
a locomotive crane waa backing. Za 
Renning. twenty>feur, was atrueK !#• 
d^y by a revolring derrfck and «n- 
stantly cruahed t'. .u-.th h.nr.th the 
wheel* of the engine He r«m# » ■ 

'■'■f ihree months ego from 

,"-■.1; k 1 1 "on. 



fl.W HOI SK 
THRATRB 



The iiarpoon wi-. 
darted ; the «t ■ . u , 
* Whale flew forward. 

With igniting valoeity the line ran 
through the groove) ran fOM; b«t 
the Hying tnra eaught him round the 
neck and he waa allot e«t of the 
boat •before the crew' knew he was 

gone You miMt eee "The flea Iteast " 
either tn^sy or tomorrow at the pisv- 
ho'ise «ith .John ttarrvmore, Amerl- 
« r-e.ii^*«r \t'f>r ■ i- h ■ ;rreit/%«t role. 

1 ' ' . 1.. I . . , ,. . (fere 

\ nu will see a .-lallors epic, #ilh all 
of the aall* the tang, the beauty, the 
appftlliay power of the aea. Big 
evowie are nMag aient *L 

MMOnOlf A vary much alive 
mSATCUS skunk plays a promi- 
nent |>art In some ncene.! 
between Chsrll*" Vtiirr^v :>n,\ t-..r,l 
Sferllnjr m Xtarshill S. hii^ |r.M|-i 
1 ..r> .f \<iU- nhi.h in n. t» -.h..™ rc 
af ihr- I >».r»i I r I '>n T>.»a''-'- M.^ >it:i' 
I 1 • \ i « • ! /■ 1 1 i , r r c 1 ■ '- r • .-1 , h 1 ■> , n .-1 ! K 

i oaiioB at t>clng called a praUy little 
f 



( r< T Mctoria. n c. (ttt^)— I p.m., 

•ii'lio programme. 
Kio.v. Seattle. Wash.. ( l.*>5) — 10 to 
10:46 a.m., "Shopping News." Talk 
of general Internet to the house- 
wife. Health building exerclaas for 
the housewiai. 10:S« te 10:4t a.m.. 
health building exercises for the 
housewife, by Van. 12:30 to 1:.T0 
p m., the Seattle Chamber of Com- 
merce programme from the Cham- 
l-er of Conierce ItuildlnR. ,3 to 4 
p.m., programmes h-. Women's 
Cluhfl of Seattle .t n 1 h" l''aciflc 
Norlhweet, arrange^^ by Mary Gor- 
don. 4:U te 1:16 p.m., The Times' 
news bulletlna. weather report and 
recipee. Around the Tewne. a re- 
sume of KPOA programmas. C to 
<:30 p.m.. Atwater-Kent Boys. 7 
to S I .', p m . Hherman Clay and Co. 
studio proRmmme. ft : 1 r. to X-"0 
I rn \ II 1 1 .mobile i ; r . ■ -.^ - 

Weattoi report S o pin .,iii-' .n 
hrldge les.s.in Rivrn |.\ 'rf-'» ■-•-.iii.e 
Tirii'"^ '' [) m The Time", popular 
.' t 1 ii . pi og ram me lo to 11 p.m.. 
Kbudfs Department iitore, present- 
ing Jackie Souder'e Club XJdo 
Serenaders. 
Kn, Lea Angelea, CU. (4a7).— fi:SO 
p.m., programme arranged by Bu- 
gene Hlscalluz. « p.m . XFI Nightly 
I'.iiik- 15 p.m., KPI Radio 

I 1.1. el i.iiKle C:30 pm. Vest 
i .1 ... e . or I ti 4 .'. pin l\ 1 I 
Kadlolurial Period V j. ni . 1 'en 

berthy's Ranihiers ;:;o pm. 
popular programme. 8 p.m., Aeo- 
lian organ recital, t p.m.. claaslc 
programme. 9:t9 p.m., programme 
preaente^ by Mutual MotOts. Incor- 
porated, featuring music and "Joke 
Contest." 10:00 p.m.. Packard 

..I 1 la il hour 

l\ l All, tiaklarid. <'«l. (a40>. — 7 to 

1 30 p .s'li-l;.. pi I .>cra ni me. fea- 
turing I'ean (iroaa. baritone. 8 lo 

1 0 p m , programme by eeurtaair 'of 

Ureuner's. 

Kl-nVB. Hollywood. Cal. (US). — 6 ao 
to 7:S9 p.m.. Pontiac • dinner 
hoir, featuring Ray Bailey's string 
oreheatra. ' 7:S0 to .7:if p.m., 
"Safety Plrat" talk, on heating and 
fishing. S p m . .courtesy pro- 
gramme, featuring the John Wright 
orchestra, with Hill HIake, tenor: 
Uaqiiel .N'leto. c-'ilornt ur-« soprano 
from .\texico CllN ami ' ti .r!..- Well- 
• man. Willlani lor/nn'- i-'li'Mi 
3 p.m.. courtes pr.>i;iamni' ro.ii ii 
ing the Sealy .Mattress orihegtia. 
with Estelle Shake, blues singer; 
Dan Oridlcy, tenor, and 8el HoopU'a 
HawaiUn Trio. !• to It p.m.. 
Warner Brothers' frolic. 

On>C. Vanoonvetr. B.C. (411). — 1:80 
to 2:10 p m . home and soelal ac- 
tivities. 6 to «:10 p.m.. organ re. 
f ital, by courtesy of Kicr and KoIk 
f. :(n Ifi 7 p m I"- ttreft \nderson'8 
hn " to „ 

CRCI>. Vanco«»cr, It.t . (Ill) ^ ^0 
to t:ie p.m.. news. 

CPOQ. Vanoonver, B.r. (411)/— 12 to 
l:Se p.m.. Radio Dealer*' pro- 
gramme. i:t$ to 4:3e p.m.. variety 

pf o^rft lilflMi 

K.OAC. CorralHs. Ove. (Ma).— 7 no 

p m.. i»elected solos by Arthur n 
KIrkhsm. tenor. Talks "Slreet 
I.lsrh'Ing. ' 'Mow the r;.Trih Cime 
"I.. K.xistrnre i i-.l. \>. ".e ^h 
I.., - a I ". ) o M p III I be N at lona I 

V A 1 wrestling rhamplonshlp. 
direct from th* college gymnaaOim- 
rPTC Vaaooavor. BXL (411).— 4:Se 
to p.m.. studio peagramaae. 7 
fo Trie p.m.. evening laforMMtien 

r r V 1 e e . . 

K<i\. r>«>nvcr. Colo. (atS)..^S 30 p.m.. 
dinner roneert. Brown Palace string 
rir'heplra. Howard Tillnlson. diree 

. I - . r fi .T 0 p n . r .• • ' f • ' I • i ' ' : 
pall'. ml .^undsi S<h..o| 
p m I n "t r I, Mien t a I I'r ■ c ' 
Hcheuernran s Colorado wrrhestra. 
from Calorado Thentre. Denver. 
7:11 p.m./etadlo progmmme. pre. 
aented bp Redrr Meanialn News 
and Denver Ttmea. fcaturlnc 
Blanche Branch, aopraao: Ploren' e 
Atn Knv pinnist: Helen Raasse/ 

Hot, In*, n rr ifl^r the KOA Orchea- 
' 'n « r le« .K, , , I h . : . nISt. 
KUHl . Pnllman It ash ( :t4*> — 7 I 



r « 1 



. If 



I 



• h» fa.il.ne W 

tfceuu Uaad ot TuUinan. 



>.e« "...Hi 
I e ' , T- (■■an-. 

mms 1.- 

Kead- 



Inps tw l-;sfher Olson. "The Sense 
OrR.ins ' a talk hv I 'r <"r.r>le\ 
Kli.l. Iwis Angclci*. Cal < I<>.%| i . 

to 7.;!0 p ni . 'iii'lren s prpgr.imtn'- 
presenting i;. ' n.i Headriek, s< 
Juvenile, and others. 7:S0 p.m., 
D. Watemsan, preeMent of the Pro 
feaaional Pllota' Aaeectatlen, wh 

< talk on "S^eda of the Aircraft I n 
duatr> ." 8 to 10 p.m., Timea' pdpw 
Inr programme. 

KI'AVI. .San Franctacn. c al t^-im — 
6 .ID to 7:30 p.m.. Joe rtmmp.son .s 
Alhambrians with Hb r.rker and 
his uke during intermtaaion.i. 
p.m.. half-hour concert, faaturinc 
the Singing Realtora. 1:30 p.ni 
studio pretframme featuring Ver., 
Holt, tenor: Eldred Harris, pianist 
Kthel Small, soprano. 9 pm, .sic 
mund i^nker Strlnn (jniriette. lo 
pm, half-liotir of pipular musi. 
i i> ; 1 io 1 : .•Jo a rn . I'aul Jv-Mi - 
lr..\i;..r' 'ir.hestr.i pln\ln;,' .it ^[ 
I'.'i.ii.rti I : etil.'i J ra n t . 1 nt eriii i v.s i o ;i 
li> .S.nlie \\ iiotiaide and Al .^allier 

KTHI. Ix>s .^njrclcs, Cal. (J»4). T 1 
to 8 p.m., Aunt Martha's children s 
hour. 8 . to ' t |Mp.. ' atudlo pro 
gramme. 

KOWW. WaHa Wall*, WM>- (Md).- 

t,. 7 p m , weather report*, el' 

■ p Ml . programme by Loyul lOrder 

■ r \ioo«e in tfi i j niidnlght, pro 

i.-rainiii" .>/ dam >■ niiii'ii 
KJK, soBidr, Vlasli CIHIi — 111 70 t,, 

ll:3ii a.m.'. I'lJK' I ."^oijnK S.ivlnits' 

musical proBrainme i i,i 3 p ni. 
time signals. Poat-lntelllgencer 
programme. Organ recital from 
Columbia Theatre. "What to Pre 
pare for Tonight^ pinner." by <Ber 
nice Rodiagton. Daily produce re 
port. 8:40 te 64pm.. closing New 
^ rk stook quotations. < to 8 so 
I iti "? theatre hews, weather fi : :. 
Ill S:r>0 p.m . ■ M ' it '-ir ioc il e.s 1. 
Motor Servil e i"ijh <" 1I l.i , p m 
fin.Tii. .1! 1 ! ni m .1 t V eoniple 1 : ^ 
Iirumheller Llirlnhman K- \\hile 
7 to H 30 pm. I.undqulst-Ully Male 
Quartette tn. old-time Songs. 8:X<> 
to 10 p.m.. peai-Intell!gMieer studi 
programme. 
KKX, HoBjrwoed, Chi (9a7).->^7 p n^ 
Jell-X-Cell Company courteey pro- 
gramme, n pirn., featiire pro 
gramme. ? p m . l>nvl.« I'erfe. 1 
llread (,'ompany rr.urtefiv pro j 
Kr.im me 10 to II p m I U oa .1 
..i.>--'irH: -h. flRhl from the lloll>- 
I \M-riian liCglnn. It p.m., 
Ka . West s ( ocoanut Orove Orches- 
tra. 

KJLX, Onklniid, Oal. (Ma>^7 te 7:80 
p.m., newa broadeaat. t to 0:48 
p.m>. atudlo pregrnmme Hy ruurte*> 
of Western Auto .Supply Ceuipany. 
!> 4.-. to 10 nn p.m.. Atheaa Athletic 

< 'I II h I >rr tieFl ra 

< r\<'. Calgary. Mia. ( I.IS).^^ tO 7 
p m , salon hroad' ast. 

KPO. Kan FVanrl>i<«>. Cal. (128).— 
a T.t) to 7 p.m.N Waldemar Uiid and 
the .Slates Restaurant -Oreheatre. 
to 7:10 p.m., "Sporta < hi the Air. " 
preeented by Harry li. Smith, i|K>rt 
ing editor of The Chronicle. 8 p.m.. 
atudlo programme bv the Jonathan 
Chib. San Pabl'-> i.oir" V"-" it •» 

to 10 p.m.. Psla' e H.ile] !nn.~e ( ir - 
ehestr.) 10 to |! pm,. WMldemtif 

lie.! r.,,| -'i.-. t;/-«f ,.ir in- ' ir 

1 . - - 

K«.U. Portland. « >re (ISl) ^ « ' 
p ni dinner eon er 7 7i» to 

p.m.. weather, pol^e and market 
reperte, news Items and sporting 
rcantta. 7:4a to 8 p.m., talk pre 
pared and p res e n ted by ta« l*art. 
land Department of .\,.n1culUire 
Club, branch of Ihe T'niled States 
I»epartmAt o^Agrl* ulture < to *» 

p.m . COne^r't of y.\r-,\ r,„.) lf..»frii 
inenl.nl must- i t.. ii m 

. r . r,. f.r.ni .Sherman. C'.ay and 

■ -iidio. io:3f to midahibt. 

I loot I . , i 1 rollc. 

RKWA. oci^n. Vtah (Sai),— « to 9 
pjn.. KPWA Male ChorUa. 

CKBT. V— a— W l. B.C. fSaf>,e-4:30 
pm . talk by Ml.** p A. Kerr i.i 
e barge of the Pay hoiogimi u^p^rt 
ment of Vanc«'r»er s i-oi.i« on 
"Kmotlons. Pes.- .. n.) \ns-r of 
,^,h,.<-.! '■hlldre'-^ Mii«;';il i " .- 

(-.■imrr, e 7 ' 1 p m A i n i i; ii t' » ' » l>»d 
f 'tit S |-. r»-i ta'.M r»T> If-. ' 

' M Perkine. profeestonal of 
' ^nrourer Oolf and Country Club. 
S;8« 



K ORD PRESENTS 
DOIinFUL RECITAL 



KloenltaMkK U 



hr MM* Bon 



In illuatratlon of the ediwatiaaal 

and social advantaget of the art of 
elocution, an inlerestioK leiltal \\ a ' 
given last nighl In the a iidworlu ni of 
the Chamber of I'ommeice l>\ Mii 
Wilfrid tJrd. ITInotpal ol tho \u 
toria BBhaol of BapriagUh. 

Mrs. t>rd waa aaalalsd ky Mlsa A. 
M. Bonshor. a pianiat of great merit, 
whose playing waa much applauded, 
esperlally In her rendition Of the Sec- 
ond and third mo\rm<-nts Of Beethp 
ven'.s Sonata Patheti'iue 

The progr-imme wa.' uuTmented by 
recitations by Utile giria The chair- 
mnn for the evening waa th* Very 
Kev. .c. B. Qvninton, who was highly 

• omplimentary to Mre. Ord In hia ad- 
dreas. He said that knowledge of 
elocution was a great asset, and voire 
. liliui' w.is ,.f far (greater !mp..rtan''. 
thnn II w.i,-* Keiier.ii:\ ire. lit.-. I ui!!i 
■\ K'lo.l voi'i- .iii.i |.iio«!i l-;e ..f 

to ii!,e II w.iH lie.-. lali'.e In e •, e i \ . i n .-, 
lujt iii..ie p;i t ' 11' u 1.1 r \ iM won, en If 
a woman had many chariiis and a. - 
compliahmenta a beautiful voice made 
her more atiraotive; If she had few 
it inveeted her with its own charm 
Finally he anid: *'| do wpnt to stand 
by Captain and Mre. (Md in thehr 

• fforts to pppalariae the aoMe art of 

eloLUtlOn." 

« Om meter aitehes Good 
While all of Mre. Ord's selections 
gave ample scope for the expression 

of her undoubted talents, the dramatic 
and lyric recitations belnR presented 
with Rii^d tei hnlc and n.- nl i ni .- ii l ^lle 
I'ally e\.-f|lMl in I'h.ira.tir ^i^e.■.^l.•- 
ller poi'r.iN.i! of M r^ Creen ii. \1 
I hoto ' provuked utorms of laugliler 
ami applause, Mrs. Green being a 
lidy' who "always was a good 
dresser," and who 1« plcturaaque 
oomto language relaie* her esperl- 
eneee nt the ^hotogtnpher'a. 

Mm. Otd alee gav* a little arroup 
of ■onga in *gpo*llton of th* Intimate 
relation between the art ef eiaglag 
and th* art of alocution. 

ihniit la Rnto/ed 
Th* annoeai of Mra. Ord'a m*tbods 
of inatr B ct lo B ' tn * l aiim w aa -dooron - 

strated in the charming volcea of 
two girls. Miss Kveyln Vallaht. age 

fife. -11 wh.i ^iiliK ,is I .s..:.. ' Ho^Velg'.s 
>■ r\e I", luorak an. I ,i . r.idle song 
'1 rtiiei with .Miss Mollie (iratiam. age 



BA»tE YOUR OWN 

BREAD' 

.WITH'^ 



ROYAL 
YEAST 
CAKES 



QSie Standard 



ihiiieen. At the cK>se of Ihe pro- 
gramme a group of little aongs wa^ 
song by other young puplla of the 

s. h..ol 

i;\.< lent re iI.iMomk wt-ie hv 
I '.' ' h '• I . I i .- ('i.iiK and (larth i.i.ff.Mi- 
joijnj; wlnnern of tln' Itiirn.-i' Com- 
petition, Miss .N'oiin,- Creeliiuin ant 
Miaa Vevy Balls deserve the highest 
prate* for their splendid polee and 
preee«9e. ThA fairy-like graoe ot 
little MIee Maureen Orute in two 
dainty dances was greatly enjoyed. 

.Mra Urd was preaenled by her 
pupils with a huge baaket filled with 

rosea. 



Horlick's 



OWlCINAl 

M.ilt. d MilK 




rSafB 

^ Milk 

and Diot 

Fer/n/entS|r 
InpmiidM, , 
ThmAgU ' 
No Cooking. 
m, Sohstitabf 



APEX 

75c 

Hits of the Moment 

4 

New R«teaaes With a Sparkle in 'Em 
Get Theae Records From Y&ur Dealer 

Ml* till 

iiag ta^ 



8481 



98?Vl«8 84li 



Always 

Behind the Clouds 
Thanks for the Buggy Ride 

WbtCiilSqCAftirf&rrBterr) 

Mike (From the Photo-Play "Mike") 

Too Many Parties, Too Many Pals 

Pipe Organ Records 

Played by NORTON H PAYNE Ba.the Capitol Thaatre 
( Montreal ) Grand Organ. By courteay of the Famous Playaia 
Can. Corp.. aiid with. tiM co-oparatioo of Sution CKAC La 



WaNi 



I4IT 



141) 

1414 
I Ml 



The Palms 
Hosana 



I aellel rb<«<rv U 



r»pii*i Thraire Oraeil f't 



The Compo Coaipaagr. I,4mtt*d. Vaaaaaver Record Company. 
B.C. DialriMMara, HI HarBby Street. Vaaeoaver, B. 



Esdaaivc 

C 



''We're Going to the Dance 
Tomorrow Nighr 

I-.ach week-<nd sees thr ' <'..irden" Saturday evening 
dafirc? crow in pophlarity. Admission for danoarajf only 

50c, ainJ a riglu good time you can have. 



Thr Rr?it 
of Muaic 



1 . 



Thr Bps' 
of Floors 



CRYSTAL GARDEN 



Rrfrrnhnir nts 

a la Carte 



At the Rear of th« 
Rmpregs Hotel 



PUBUC LECTURE 

• ' • By 

Albert £. S. Smythe, F.T^. 



' 'n 



-THE SKCRrVr DOCTRINE. MONIMY APRIL If. • P.M. 
la the Board P ..lo i.. to. . > Building. 



'VICTOKIA mOH SCHOOL OXKL8' CHOIX \ 

ANNUAL CONCERT 



In the Aodttoriom, Friday. April 16, 1.13 P M. 
A4«ibsia# SOe aa4 ^ 



Tin: DAILY COLONIST. MCTORIA, n.C, FRIDAY, APRIL lo. 102r, 



1." 



HEIMTtWiti HELP 



forljasutonr Wtno 
Vlotory for Utmg 
\9ttmti0n 



<in* lt«m in th« llobb hudset fllfd 
yester4«>- ban k partlculur intrr^wt to 
Vancouver lalwnd l>«cauM the chanK* 
tia pracUcalfy ceMricted to thla ««ctlon. 

It ia tha MiMMino«m«it o( » rabaie 
of ninctr-ai** Mr Mat ea MiaT'iuwd 

19 . Ol* «MMrti««M**.tf matlltxry 



T 



: Actual 
1I24-X6 

Cuntoma t l#l.l4<.tTl.lI 

KxriM Dutjr N.MM**.!! 

BxcU« Taxti .'. .'. . r. II.I1M1T.4I 
Inooma TH M.S«M4tJf 

I»«Uu«»<J BiMlneaii Profit 

Tax 2. 704. 427 J7 

liitpreat on Invfntmcnla .. II. III. Ill 50 

Pimt om. e 2».7tl.8 I • Jl( 

(Mher Kevanuaa 1 ^. 1 84.78 r>.!i4 



Tot«ia 



Kattmatrd 

•.27«.»«0 
SO. 114. too 

i&.7i<.oon 



IncrcAic or 



iiMii.itMit riBc ) 

«J1M(».T7 (tec.) 

'. ri«»ui.tt (tec ) 

l.&«4.42;.a7 (dec) 

3.e«i.aii bo (dac.) 

1,»40.1«| 14 (Inc I 
&41,:i4.4« One > 



baan afltating for thU c oru eniil.in. to 
hrlnn It Into Iln# with ihr (iriiwl);n k 
.1 Mowed to th»! wine maki'm in \Vf»i 
»Tn Ontario uolng a°Jf(ar for Krupe 
wlnrn. Rnd la«t yejtr the inHr^.iKer, Mr. 
N' M I^mont, paid a vlxii to r>ttawa 
10 ^preaa tha marlta pt ih* claim on 
tka CuatofiM D«9*ftaM*t 

▲Morf tec to th« InlormstlOfi (Ivan 
to' TK* Colonltt by itr. T^amont the 
•onpany will atan>i ti> Kain }4,r>0() on 
thki y«»r'a crop by the operation of 

5Dfll On25,00O,00D 
FROU fEOPtrs TAX£S 



'"rvntin 



from Pate 1 



I. 



of 



Increase In ordinary rcvenua 
Itf.MI.IM. 

2. Burpltia of ordinary' rcvenii'> nvc- 
ordinary expenditure of $".',1100.000 
t. ' (,ip!i;il r \ pf-n( I : I ij i ■ :.ir tho 

ya«r, »lt,y.;...ooo. special expcndl- 
ttir«a. |4.1tl,«««. 

4. A furylua of tSS.flt.H^ Qov- 
•rnment Mrrieaa. 

'JO. 00 Tot,. I ' V )>• ndlturea aiirlbii' 
• ti.. or M.4l7,oo'. 

more tlian recelpU. 

• . T>tht r«dtie«tf durinr yaar t»r 

I i' • :! ' o 0 n 

I . 1 ri i • 1 1 n I ,1 ( H ' n ■ . I 1 , , j : m • 1 '> 1 r p 
i ri : -, f|.. ! •. . ,, •■ > ; • fX.ii fintt in 

ex( eafl of operating chargea Hnd iii- 

caiBC,elter0»iu ex^hiaive of inttifiti 

t. Oeivernin*|t'«Mi«UDe« to Cana- 
dian National te flaeat year Umitad to 
ItA.tOO 000 advanced ia .MUlll- No 

quarantro t-iven of floatTn'ir Tnilehted- 
nrns tnnjrc.i. JIO.OOO.OOO rlia'Cil I '■• 
nfi <ir!.f ,.f [ir.minirin ,i-> ri'in c iiw 

a^" • 

■' ' 1 11 .1 'i 1 • r ,1 M r ho WN f a V o I .1 : ' ' 

conatltutca u record tor any yaar ainco 
tha wai»." , - 

.Mr i , -(.iPl : V _ 

rl'-al.s «!tli iwii •.'•,i\H ' lir jcar lti;i! 
!« p.i.-t l"i v^hiili till- jiiiMh ;i' 

counlK iiAve been eubnctltted to Tar 
llament/mnd the year that la eUh< ' 
ottrrahit 0r,> aa in tMr «a«a, )iiat akifeci 
"The public arcounta foi* the fln^n 

I'-t] ^■r,^r lS?t-7S were l.-ihird ,mi .l.iii 
u .( r ■, II I < t In I h " 1 ) 1 1(1 ic '' I ^ 1 1 o ■ • ' 1 1 

.1. ■ rt . ,! . Mir li ' t 1 ■! : - I, in., t< 

Inj the fiiiiiLiKH fur the ouKom*- of 
the yenr l!>;4-2S. I follom-ed the unnul 
•afe practice of eatlm^tlng revenueii 
yet to come aa aomawhat leaa than 
thay woald Ukaly. ba aadABpeadimrrx 
aa aemewhat rreater. 

"The aiMii.1l oii»' inio ■ f th.nt ve.Ti 
Hn «ho» n li> tin- pijl li .i .oiiiils If 
ceTill) t.il)l0(!. Klvit .M I'imil liK\ir> 
IL'.HOO 000 nioro of oiiJioiiry xriii^' 
thiin wa.s eKtlniaIrd (irilinaf\ < 

Ceadlturaa were 1808,000 ieaa thou 
ara aatlmatad; capital exaandlture^ 

{1,I00,0««- laaat aMal as^attturrs 
lOf.ftOO «tM,*aad^1aatw M tha 6nnii 
dlan National Rallwaya ffi.ooo.noo 
Ieaa. The budir»'t eKflniotPd on ic 

crcu!!"' "f 'I'M f ' •! ; I .1 ! \ fir .1 
tlilrterii iiill'l'itis 111 . on iip'i !• ■ 11 .'HI 
thiB C«t I tin ( '■il m'r<'H<f> il''lif. I i\->\\ 

daaira to offer u. pleaalnf explanation. 
IVhea tha aflUnnata far bad«at par- 
poaan waa datarmiaad, aa Itam of 
IT.SM.tftt for-tha Canadian National 
Rallwaya In tha aupplamentary e«ti- 
rnatee aubmlfted to the Hottae f"r 
thai \ I .1 ' \> 1. ' !m.!o.i In the expon- 
(illuri- Tliiot' III 'iiili^ later. \\ lini 
Uniler ■ ■ lH^'l■l 'M- u I . .11 In the llouee. thlH 

Item waa. on motion of a member of 
tha Oavarameat, atroek out, thua re- 
diMfhif by that amoaat the aatimataii 
InoraiftM af daht. Tha Improvamem 

in our revenues and the curtailrneni 
<.f rTpendlliire In these and hiimt 

iiiinnr .fi\' I-.' were stl(Tl( i««nt t r> 
« lutnK'- 1M r I 1.1 tod Increase ..f tin 

000. 000 11 ilir' ' Mto a de'rr.iNP of 

|a4».»|l.2l, aa ahuwn by the public 
aeaaaiita of that ytmf, i*ti-t$. 

InrrraKo of $3a,9fl.'V,ll2n In ItA^rnnr 
"Coming now to the fl((r,il year, 
193B>t(, four years of prudent ad- 
mteiatrattoa. vaod cropa and vraater 
production at homa, Improved eoadi- 
tlona and inrreaaed ptirchaalaff pawer 
abroad, enable t«e today to present 

,, llii.in. l.Tl .'itrfteniriit a.-^ r n ■ r. u ra k i n r 

t.i < 'rf ii.i i 1 1.1 n .1 < H niii""' t'l- i: --.1 1 1 f \ ! n K 

to all 1 n t I r- ^ I ' 1 I I > I 1 n^ I . r i; r . s , 1 

developmeni. of timuila IhrouchiMii 
the yea)^. Import* of raw material for 
Caaadlaa tedaatrtas have been well 
maiatalaad te a aambtr af instancea 
la tSMMi of prevlotw yaar|, while 
from month in month durinc the year 
»,,...i' irado Inrreftxed. remiHInr m a 
r<|r.(.|, Krn«lh of nijr f,4 \ or.T I'U- \'»\ 
«nc.-, T\li:.h fit th> i-i''' 'It- i 
year exceed* Ho:.f»no.ooo. Nowhere 
ara tha raaulU of thla growlna trade 
Wiere acearataly raOaatad thaa In the 
laeraaaad aarnlnga of Caaadfaa rail* 
waya and in the .mnunl xtatemants of 
Canndtiio rlnnn- lul Inntltutlonn and 
^an.'i ' 1 1 .1 1 1 111 ii II ■ ' 1 1 I : ■ ' ■ I pi • 1 .1 ' 'I'ti « 

"The 1 ■ I ■ : 1 ' I \ <■ n ' I f "I I r I p I \ r ,1 1 1 p t o 

nnd Itn ■ M M.ir, li ; 1 ' - 

amo.unted lo ).((;, 9;>8.4ti. The r-<ii, 

ma(e4 rerentHt ^at ta come when the 
aeaaaate for tha yaar ars llaalty 
claaad ts «I.I41,MI. ThU Itvaa a 

total revenue of 1274. 800. ttO, an in 
craaaa «r III »•« R?o ever similar 

ravaaur . <■ i -> • i ■ . 

l:^Umalrd lleTaMaca 
"Tha ravanua aatlmatad from cua- 
ta«M datlaa te It37.l0«.000. an ' 

i-r^aae of OlO.JOO.ooo over the prr. 

IniiH .\ear frriin ( ii juf Jiii , » 

If. I t * " ''''0 ■> n .n. I e.i e ..f 

It '.HO , . ^' , - th!<i the reve 

liue from excian laxea will ba |l».- 

BOO.ooo, an tecraaaa af lt.«IMOf : 
froak laaaaia taxaa wa asUmata tsi,- 
•IO,M«. a daoraaas af ITOa.oia ander 

the previous year; of arretra overdue 
under the former Pn^lno^. Proflt* 
WarT'iv • we h«v- ■■■■ ■■ ...I 
$1, ISO "00 ff 111 Inter.-,! .-m-..- 
ln«.nt(« e» H >n I *•(! « T' vrniie ..f 

1 . 'o oon. n i., reaa« of about 
»i Ofi2 000. we i vi - I to recelva t99.- 
S«4,0«a aa past oCfice raoe«pta. an te« 
aaaaaa at |l.l4«.Mt. aad from ail 

aa Increase r,f 1^4; ooft 

With the pernila»(oii ihr Ho.i.f 
I "halt place on Manonnl n '^■'rrp.i-* 
tlv <mmmar) of ih* »«,, 
revenue* l«v »ei-\i.o. ^n/l a further 
atatemeni ahowtni: the pereentagea of 

:ISI~J!ff-*la*^ «^^««« tha , 



1346.184. 479. 2& 8874.800,eO« |2»,l4».b80.7ft tipc I 

EaUmaled Ordinary Rarmaa far ffideal Tear ItSft-M 
•Mdal War Ttm Savaawa: 

« h>tlmated 

ll*venue 



< • • • ^* • • I 



^:xciaa Thna (dalaa fiaaapi^ a«a.> 

I nconsa Taa 

Delayed Bnsineas PrafMa Tas 

Mlarellaneoufl War Taxes 

Total ."Special War Tax Kevaattas 

('u^toma Import Dutira 

Kx' Ine Dutlea ..■•> t •••••••••• • 

Total Kevenue V'om Taaatlon 

Itftrre»t on lBV«tlflMal8 

Post Oflflce ««a'»f*'^«e 
ICiacallanaoua K ac al yt a «...•••••••••••• 



Totol Offdlnary Itatraaaa • i 



Taklnp the eatimated revenues for 
the year ended Mnr. h 31. IS"6. aa 
tt74.S00.000 and rhe eatimated ex 

paaditure eharsaabie to consolidated 
fund aa ItSl.tOt.OOa, there will be 
avallabla tor capital. ajooHI aatf ather 
obllcaUoaa a surptita af ravaaaa avar 

ordinary eapenditure 0i ift)r>llva mil- 
llona. ("apital expenditure for public 

MiirU!) iMilmllnB that of th> .Marine 
Itepartnieni will amount lo )l ri.lO OftO 
(irifl fr.r r<illwM\'>i and innii!^ ♦I.'.OO', - 
000 ,,f whnli $11 !>4',00n In f.ir the 
\\.llancl -hip .,inal The (ojal net 

capital expenditure for the year will, 
tharafara. ba llt.lli.tM. 

"flpeeial aspandlturaa will amount 
to $4. IRS. 000, made up of: Ad 

ii I 111 en t nf war ■ lairnf" $ ? 7 'i onn ro(>t 
..nil di.s.ount nf Infill flot.itlon for 
rrfiirifltn- rn,)"irin£; Ir^ann $ .T '..to oOn 

and < oiiaoliUaied fund transfer 
ehargea, tt|«.*M. 

"With tha apprairai of the House. I* 
submit herewith a summary of the eo- 

timated expendltiirea on ';fi\ emmf nr 
hualneas for the p,i>f f\nrH^ vf.ir Fhnv 



9 .»!.»••.••• 

•t.ltt.Ma 
' i,tM,«aa 

>.4§«.000 

I r.4,r,no.ono 

1 27. 140. 000 
42,120,000 
324.£t0,00n 
8,270,000 
S0.tt4,0«0 

.|IT«.tM,«tO 



Percentage Tl 
Ordinary Uev 
tl.t» 
14.ft 
.M 
.44 

4 I 01 
33 10 
1 1.19 
. - . Ii.22 

1 I 9 

8.0& 

M4 



■Obvloualy, had we not the heavy 
railway and merchant marine ei- 
pendlturea. and those expenditures 

which vrew out af war caadttiono, our 
surpMaaa aad athar amUabia re 
aoareaa mlarht have bean uaed in the 

reduction In war debt, and would 
have permitted the Hhowing of lower 
flgure."* for Intereat ultr Ihulable to the 
war. On the other hand, during the 
war and demoblMxatlon perloda large 
outlaya were cbarvad to ordinary ax- 
peasaa which, wMla aat aotfal w«r 
coat, vara diraaOir atWhateMa ta war 
conditions. Kven now therd are 

heavy annual i hareen not taken into 
conalderaf ion In the fiummar% .-oh 
rnltle,! f.ir whlrh the war i.<i ro 
»pr>n.«ible. for Inatam e, the amount of 
14.000.000 expanded In the colle<tion 
of war uxaa haa aot baaa laciud«d 
nor hava tha aaadhl eharcss ratetln? 
to tha maaagdiaaat of tea nx Indued 
far wsr purposes and the expenaen of 

reflnanrinc marurlnc w;i r lo»fi.« Thr^e 
latter ihargr^ «nd eipii-nfe< nmv f>' 
eiiinirt'oii . on SIT \ H 1 1 \ r I •, ;( i }4 ono 
000 Thero mijfht ulfn be iniiude.l 
' "f houalng the atatfa con 



Ing the viirloiiit .i' ..imi-. nn<i t h 1 1 

''"STIIifT' ^^"^ expenditure* I necied with thaaa aarvleaa, whtch 

aa Gatrammaat aarrtaas: I ' 

, Eaih*iat/v! Fxprndltnre for f!>2d 

VrlllClbAl cxpendltura attribuuble to the war; 



Inter. M on rublk: L>«bt ( incrMas ortr If 14) . . .911T.tt7,*«0 

W«r Pensions at.l ••.••« 

Soldiers' Ciril Re>«gtabllahm«nt , 7.706,000 

SaldlaM* i;4jid flattlaniaat (adnMnlatratlon) .... 1. 100,000 

Imperial War Oravea«Commlss1on 475 o«o 

Battladeld Memortala 17&ioOO 

Adjustmsat af War Claima 27».000 



I ■ r r I I- n T a C e of Tota I 

Uxpendllura an <3av 
Amount avamaat Sarrlaa 

t4.tl 



ToUl lltMfT.MO 

fMlKT Klxaft aa4 PabUo IXsbt <T»argo-, 



rest on Public Uebt aa of 1914 

■ I'ti.^lona 

■ ' 11 !■ 'I I m t I nil 

• ■ I I ' M ' i I ' ; . ■ 1 ■ ' ■ . V 1 n I e* 

Ulscouni and Kxpenaes of Loans . . 



I II I 
I'll 



.1 1 



S ■! 1 flO II 

I otio 000 
1.400,000 
12.t7(.000 

a.ftit.ooo 



Total 



(hirKOs of .Ma n .1 ^etnen I 

I . ! 'I in r>i'riiiiti' ;in.i l^xchango 



t Sl.4ll,m 

cmcraJ >^pcndlturr) 

I IKO. 0(111 

10,000 



• a * a • 



I ' M ) I I , . < \ f I I' 11 1 o n t ... 

.\'inuiiiatraiton of Justice aaa 

l.e(;lHlatlo» 

l-llectlon^^.^, 

Penltentlaflaa 

' AgTlculturlt 

In^mlirrntion and rolonlsation 

II'. .I'll 

\,l t la. 1 a 1 I i< f o I . .■ 

I ■ I ; ' -I 1;.. li , . M.nini . I in .... 

I'lii'i 'i^ n I kfi, I hn rgeable to Income 

Kail A , ., nd Canals, charfcabla ta tncama 

« 'anada Highways . a . a 

Mall aubaldlaa 

Ocaan and River 

IJghthoaaa and Coast 

ateamboat Inspection 

Flsheriea , 

lflne5< in.l r;eological Surv^ 

Hclenimr Instllutlona 

I nd lan.s , 

Covernment of the Northweat Terrltorlas a a. a.. 

M ixceUaneous a . . 

Uovammaat of tha^tikoa Territory 

Customs and Bxetaa (oatalda aanrloa) 

Public Works. Collectlaa af ReTCnne 

PnMway and r'anals. Colfactlon Revenue 

I I' ininioi l.iintM ,.nd ParkS 

i'r.lil'' .lll'l " ■>rnlM'*''^ ..aaaaaaaaaaaaa. 

I ..ibnr . .4 « ; • 

PiiMn PiiniitiK ami Htationery 

.MiH. eii.iner.ii.H I onaoUdatad Faad Chargaa 

Capital iSxpendlture: 
Public Works, tecludlns Marine Dcpartmaat. . . . 
Rallaraya aad Caaala. Callactlaa Ravaaiia ...... 



• • a • a 



n,m.o«o 

t.l 41,009 

2.485.999 
1.410.090 
1.440.000 

K. 860, 000 

2,500 01)0 

a: 

1 0.0 1.0 
■.'.ox:>.ooo 

18.600,000 
1.260,000 
2.909,000 
1,199.099 
2.490.000 
2.460.000 
1 'I 000 
] .400 000 
000,000 
1.000.000 
3,871.000 

tto.ooo 

t,K99,999 
ail,M9 
19.999.099 

810,000 

" I 00 000 

'! V , ' r. Oil 

4 . .0 OHO 
I n.'iO 000 

ItS.OOO 
tN,999 

4,9t9,999 

lt.991,999 



S^tal K.itim.ite.i Kxpendlture on Govern- 

ment Uervlcea tt43;t90.000 



10.66 
2.25 
.38 
,14 
.06 
.99 

4T.9t 

3,75 
.31 
.47 
9.91 
1.91 

f.17 
.29 

t.l2 
.99 

a72 

.49 

.4lt 

1.7 1 
.73 

.i;> 
3 44 
81 
9.94 
.19 
.St 
.92 
.70 
.70 

n.-. 

41 

.15 
.29 
1,07 

alt 

1.9t 
.99 

I.IS 
.29 

.42 
1.13 
I 3 'I 

.18 
.94 

alt 

1.44 

i.it 



.1 00.00 



ViTf>rable 

■ I ■..in|.Mi i.'"n of the tatal exc'-nli 
tiire nil all (Jovcrnment >er\nr. 
namely |3 4 3. 810.000. With out enii 

iiialed revenue receipts for the year 
of 9979.999,999, will shew that we 
have mora than t>alancad the yaar's 
hunineas on govern meat by the sum 

of tItn.OlO OOO. 

"The aperlal war tax revenue..! re- 
ceived during the flseal year i92»-2«. 
will amount ta soma 9164,699,000. 
The total espaadlturaa diraetty attrlb- 
litad . to tha war will amount to 
«ome 9198,997,090 or 19,417.000 more 
i>'>n the recalpta froai oar s^iai 

w.ir revenues. 

Thla difference baeamaa a charge 
on other aourrea of revana*. I sub 
mit harawlth ta tha shape of a sun 
mary, tha war revenues aad expen i 
tares by aervires for the yearn 1«;4 ■ 

and 1925-24. The ei pen i ,i r, , '■' 
In thin sii m m I r ' ire .1 1>- i ' ' . ' 

•VI'' I I h ' ' ' ■ i 1 • pt I . 1 n I . 1 , 

amount of inlrrem oti publli; debt. 

Which In taken as the dlfferanca be- 



tween tha anwunt apaat la tha yaara 
shawa and tha aaMsat that Vaa paid 
prior to tha war In 191 :i 



now earrtad by the Public Worha De- 
partment, 

rnbllr r>cb» 

"(•nnitnr: no,, t" ftie pijlill, ,-\f^,i i.,, 
March i ' i " n net p'li.ln iI^m 

l-'.tl ',4,U,486.6». With 
• ■■Mm-.te,! ordinary revanaaa af MV9,- 
«<^0.000, aad asuaiatad erdiaary. cart 
tAl aad apaelal aspaadtturaa. as aei 

out ahata. af •941.199,990, there will 

be a favorable balaaaa In the years 
P'^' ^!ion». on Oovommtat sarrksas af 

Inhere are other receiptji and 
■ redit.«. amounting to 12,148,999. to- 
gether wiih certain sipaadHaraa af 
about tl9.70a.999 which hava aat 
bean dealt with as affaeting the restitt 
of the year s business on tiovernn »m 
"erx'lrea, hut whieh miiat be i.ik'-n 
'I'o .ireotiT.' . n i-rmlning the net 
I'l-! The.ir rorripts .,nd credits are 
I- f 'w« Hecalpta on aerount of 
'Paraiions paymcau. 91,699,990. and 
'ereat-bearta» boBds amounting to 
t& 60.090 daaaaltad by the Vancouver 
Marbar CbmmlaslAn on ac'count of the 
^nM^tr of tho tJovernment elevator 
nt Vanoaaver to that 



A Special Two-Weeks' 




Of John Christie's Entire Stocit 



in the fewest and simplest words we wish to explain 
the natufe of this Discount Sale* 



:iy thing 



tenns: 



10% 
15% 



OH on All 

Orders Over 



Off on All C^f C 
Orders Over 



Thousands of people in Victoria know that John 
Christie's prices and qualities of British-made shoes, 
clothing, blankets, auto rugs, harness, etc«y are the be$t in 
the West* 

For two weeks we will offer this entire stock at the 
ahove special discounts in order to create a bigger volume 
of business* 

In announcing a store- wide sale of this iiaturc we bclieyc 
the public will appreciate this straightforward discount 
offer and will not hesitate to take advantage of such a 
genuine cash-saying opportunity* 



JOHN CHRISTIE 

k • - • • 

British Manufactured Goods and Surplus Army Stores 

1004 Governi^ent Street 



Next fo Ang^us Campbeirs, Ltd, 



The^. 



her M 



M<l' 



In 



comiflaslon. 



K«c|ee Taje« Sale.* 



.Sprdai Uar l^os R^raiHM 

Aetaal 

1924-3K 

• • • • • a a a a a . . a a a . $ 44.707.819114 

Kxrlae Taxes, Maaufaetarea 

f^sffse Taxes. HUmpa 

I .«rise Taxea. Transportation 

f :xclae Taxes. Lleaaeea 



I - 



10 140.488 in 

».8?R ««: 

2,4;o 110 o; 



Totals . 

Lsaa Rafanda . . . 

Net Hevenue Btelaa Tai 

Income Tax 

nalayad Bttataaaa Preflta Tax 
Traat aad Ltaaa Coaipanlaa . 
inaaranaa Caaipiuilaa 



l>.880.8li.8; 
<.IN,fl9.«9 



e e a a a < 



e e e • • e I 



e e • a • a I 



I a • ■ • a I 



'••aaaaaaaaaa< 



99,9]9.ri7.4t 
I9.t4»,042 t: 

I 704 477 »7 
t ' . ,v ♦ s » 
M . ,>0l >4 

1.217.79t.Jf 



Rstlmated 
1926 IK 

1 •00 oon 

t n fi n 0 0 
1 ^n'< nr>,\ 

? Jiio.oon 
In.OOO 



t99.999.9M 
l.llS.ff9 

9l.S0A.000 
530.000 
I I 60.000 
316.000 
999,990 

•1.1 



tl4T.194.l9f.M |lt44t9.9«0 



Debt: 



latareat nf PiiMIC 
f Tneeaaae ei 1 1 1 i i 

\V I I tl* 1 " ' w 

s.il.iiera i Uii t;e aatabilahmcnt 
Soldier Ijifd ''^ettlanM 

Imperial War liraaaa .... 

RattledaM Itaaiartal 

AdJuaiaaat af War Clahaa 



a • e a a a 



Taialan 



ta the war 



l« the War 

$i;i (.T, o'i».:7 

88.14? 749 09 
9.M1.199.97 
1.4ll.9a9.99 
44«,l9t.77 

791. 21f «« 

I4;,:ti,.,i;.08 



tnr.99T.999 

t9.t99.aao 

T.Ttt.ooo 
1.2*0 non 

( • ', I . ci n 
I ■ fc n ft II 

■ " ■ . 0 0 l\ 

i43,li;.99« 



our balance .••heel an an inveetni<-ni. 

"On tha aspandlture stda tra Jmva 
a loan of 919,999,999 ta tha Canadian 

Nnilonal Railways: 9499,990 to the 

I'nnadMn i ; . . e r n men t Merchant 
Mi'-ln. mil 1-11 "00 tl. the (jiiehec 

I ' ., r I , , r I I , ii 1 ni , na. 1 r> n There .« s « .1 lao 

paid out aome |.',fc25,00n under the 
provisions of tha H^ma Banh Crtdi 
ton* Relief Act. 

9SS..^.'UI.<Mta nednrtlon 

^Tr^ ..hi a In 'lie 1,-1 ■ of M.ir'-h 

81, 1131, of t;:.3!«&.ok4.«)>s.i9, the ex- 
caaa af tl 1.997,000 of these special 
'xpaadttaraa aver thasa spaelal rav- 
>■ nuaa ahaald ba dadaetad from tha 
Kiirriij5 of t9l,919,9d9 mentioned 
above, which will give « redintlon of 
flelx diirlnc (It- \es' t 

"I again aak the permlasion of iiie 
Mousa ta aabtnit • mmnmry of the 
detalla showlag tlM aattaaatad de> 
. res as of debt 

' 'iteaaia af tha taeal 

.\ear I9*.>- 24. 

"Orffaafr ravaaua. 9179. 999. 900 

ordlnsrA- eKpendimre t3*1. (00 000 

"Cxptial e > pr ri ,1 1 1 II re i net 1 II*.- 

S :t ■. 0 . ' 0 

"Bperlal expenditure" <"oiit of loan 
notatloha, tt.il9,9d9. adjustment of 
war ctairoa (aat), 9979.999: nylsoai- 
i.inaeaa ahaopaa, 1999.999: total spe- 
cial espandlturea. 94.118.000 

"Oraad total eapendlturex $34* - 
999,999. 

"Sarplua on <';overn<T ' " • b lalnea*. 
133. 119.000 « irpiif o- -r rdinary 
and capital ekpaadUuras, 981,049.900. 

aiirpiuB over ardlaanr aayaadWare. 

IS4.999.999. 

"Othar raaaiyla and aradlts- Rep- 
sratloa pmrmmtM, 11,191.900 I n,]a 
reeelred from Vancouver liar ...r 

' " rvi , .i« . , . n • r« on a <• r» ij nt ■ ■ ^ i , , . , - . 
mr-r, • «.|rv,»tf>r «( \Bn'-0'l\e' trnnn- 
feifed lo the eommlaalon. l^fcOOOO 

Othar azpaadtture: Loaas ta Ca- 
nadlaa Wa tl aa al tUUwaya. tl9,d««.- 
9*9: laaaa ta Oaaadtan Oarara a s aa t 
Hffarchaat ITarflte. 9441 *00 loaaa to 

Qiieh*. rtarhnr '"om mi»»tr>Tier« 9911, 
•^""^ Home Bank of < anada ' redHars 

>: ef Aat. tMiLtda; taoal. ||S,f9o 

non 

l-:«t . 'n 

3.»3.ooa 



i^nanN t ioiatioaa. Msoal Tear 
' i>urin„- the tiacfil yaar aecuritles 
amounting to 9194.947.999 maturad. 
Theaa abUcatleaa wars mat by Isauing 
refundlac loan* amountln* to 9149.- 
000,999. tha balance being pftervtded 
from cash resources. Aa a restilt of 
theae t r a n xa cl ion ihe outalandlni; 
fund dehf waa reduced bv 1 1 !»,347,833, 
-in.l a savins of 9811. On» was mada la 
the annual inter«at charges, 
RaUwa, Ffatanons 

"Tbiif-e wli.i ha\ e. fiilloweil 'ho pijh 

liahwl reportn of earnlnga of the 
ranadlan National Rallwajna win net 
ba aarprtaed ta iaam that thair taaa- 
fllal raqulrementa have fallan muah 

balow th^ oMImate of IKO.AOO.OOO 
a^kevl for .mii vot»>.i |,v Purllament 

I • ^.■f<~4on 

The iinnual ^la|ement of tho 

I intfiian National Rnllwayw for the 
calendar year 1926 will shbar earn 
laga of 9t9,449.t9« la esa«B of all 

operating and income chargaa. exriu 
SiVO of Infere^ h-»ve for the MaKvl 

\ e«. r I 1 " J 1 nri 1 1 t^ r • « i r. . ■ . ' . , ■ 
of t:?,! 000 00 II t '-^'rfHfni '•ai iiiiisn 

of ih.. road in e»eosn of opfM-iitlnK 
and Income charges esduslve of in- 
tereait. Tita aanuaJ Intaraat of 971.- 
800,000 In round flguVea^ of which 
140,000.009 im t>nvsbte |n outKtandIng 
Neciirltieat i> III tho h,inda of tha pab- 
llc The h ilanf c I :t 1 400 000, U « 
liook k oepinir .mil n • i ■ torn an.] 

reprcMatff ihelr UatolUliea for latcrast 
on OovammsMl atdaaaMai 

97.4A0.0OO liOeA 
■ An .M.-ited la*t >ea' tlila interest in 
not paJd by the. raiivayn but la bald 
la a h a r a a aa by tba l>oaUBlaa aa aa 
o »ardaa aaoaaat. Tha Itaaa, havtag 
heem ab«ort>l«1 indlraatlir through the 
T>omlnlon ti'-i-oimtyi Into mir ne* na- 
tional del. I • I-.T..', . 
.xjtlde for . o- i ii'piiwK .-.itlnif 
off the es-irolr i-^ . f $ ! j tioo do ft 

agaiaat 140. 400.000 of intaraat paid 
tha pablln. there remaJna a o9ianaiii 
af t7.499.9««. wMah raprsaaala ttia 
aalual cauOi lean to tha rallwara in 
tha rtwAj 



•C <fdti. Mt 



-i 



"T« the t . lt:»' 
1 n r oil n i-*"<1 ^gmd 



.4 rir • to t t' .- • „\ 



ways during th* Ami yaar ll24-3k 
ta tha aatrat af t74.a99.«9« a»«lwt>a 



purposfw. Thla IT4.000 noo «■ .a made 
up of, cash advances from the Uov- 
amment. tl9.900.000: band iaauaa 
guaraataed. 994, ooo oon 

Advaacp <v>wm liosa 
Th'> ^cfvnn'-* of 919,009.000 haa 
been ohaxgad to tha aat dabt af the 
i>omlalaa aa a naa-aetlira aaaat. This 
adv^aa aotat a tha laaa af tT,490,909 
nsTerrM to and leavaa 92,900.000 for 
ca pit . ' |, , • 

It wiir iiierreforo, ba Moa that tha 
piihlto aeeaanta far tha year win In- 
eluda nat only all Oovemnw^nt ex- 
pandttures but aloo the total loss of 

tha rnll«-riv» nml an .imotjnf of %'> 
400. OOM .1 v;ill,-il.l.- for r.illway capital 
p«irpoM - f.ver ;in.1 .love which no 
furthor financial uKKintanco waa given. 
"Oar tatal iMyvnanta in rapaet of 
j iheee railway corporations now reach 
I 1*0) 000,000, nottial iviAh outlay 

► ' ' 1,'e I lo (.or IlilK-innl i|'-t,t rhtw 

I" e»rlii«(ve of i > inj m ii la I *d Intereol 
ehars:e. » HI a>. Ihe capital «cmt of 
tha original Canadlia Oavafament 
Ralltraya. 

•Whmtmtr mmy aHlmstaly ba da- 
cJdad aa a prapar valaaiion for the 
*;'v»>rnmeot t invaatmani in the pyr 
tern, the f,i.t remain* ihnx a ver>' 
miho'anii .i ' or., rii.inion haa be*n 

made and incigdad aa aaa-aoUva aa- 
nata la aiTlvlac at tlM nae dabt aa 

rhown In our public accounts Tha 
ttma should nat be far .iiatMnt when 

» () ' J . ' 1 1 1 ri • lo our n;'llor.,i: -I.'!:' f-ir 
I II \«tlonai I?. 1. . : 1 ■ ["...•■n 

' "-'.T'- ■■■ ■• ' I ■ ' ,n th* 
railway situation a brlyhitT outlaah." 
msral Te«r iMS-tT 

"To 'or-rj,,! r«\..nii*ii f.,r the rur- 
rent y-Ar ac curately la always diffi- 
cult Indications, hawavar. palat to> 
war4 a yaar af laaraaaad raraaaaa. 

"Tha oiala aaiinaoaa already suh- 
mlttad ta Parliament and 'h. i.iohai.ie 

amount af the further e ii«p|e!o»n'»rv 
estimates WOttM iri\e « f,iiri\ rlmw. In 
dication of the e I p»n d l| 11 re., f,,^ 

>e«r 

Th» ma.n eaunnai** f..- '^ii aervtcaa 

■ >).*.- 'han rallwajra anieurit (« |t49.. 

7 : 1.841. Advaacaa ta rallwaya aoiaaat 
la tti.aaa.aaa aa« aisaana ta aMr- 
ehaat martiM t«9a.dM. w a «aUI af 
ttl,999.9f9. Ta thto araat h< 



mates, ror iMs H i npass I shsti allow 
94,400.999. I aavManily ho,., i.nn - 
eve^. that the amount noi be a« 
large. 

T r»fl<- I >, , . lopmcni 
' :,],'■■ I • h,. ,,i,r,(ion of tha 
" ' ' oiintry to the re- 

.--uii e leveiopmaht whifh has 
I'll, en place In Canada'* trada? Wa 
. loee.i Ihe daeal y*»r with a favorable 
balanoa of avar 9402. ooo. ooo, a remrd 
for aay yaar place the war perio.i 
Unrarteed figures for the rtscai ve«r 
ended Msrch 81 last xhow o„r loiai 
trade lo be l^.z;.! m m « ' i r 

of 13*0 000 000 , ,,,,, „f 

' I. , 1,1, >i M,rrh II, 19S9. 

liv kino'ion • 

«)wr exports for tha yaar totalled 
f 1,380. 0AA.»99 aa agalnat 9i on ooo 
099, Thhi Is aa ineraaaa of ft'< 
••9. Imparts during the ti., ,i ,. ,r 

f^tallad 1997.099.000 .n i„rre,.. .,f 

1180.990.00* over I'lr rr'vloiii .vesr. 

" • " ' ' ' • ■".Me i.aian<-a 

of our ei|,oria over Imparts haa la> 
cre.aed fragft ftid.tff.Htf ta |«t9.. 
2I»,000. 

Ihiring alavea maatha aC tha laat 
flaeal yaar, balanoa of aaaori* m- 
eraaaad by 41 i».aao.oa«, or this in- 
crease no ie.„ than 1104 000 00* <»r 

ninety per r.n, nf th. f.i\or«hle !>« I . 

' o ini...! f.,r hr Lmpirf. 

•'"^h la ample vindication o( 

tl ' r .1 (1 e " 



I a Of r 

1 tr,,,| 



FmtWNUi Cheaper 

Cmn im Cmmdt 



Opinion pravallad la tha alty yes 
tarday, attar raadlag a aaaiisry of 
tha raidtW badsat, that tha wmt' 
ahaassa ad aatomoiHiae tsaald aa* 

dotihfedly Henedt. and that th* radue- 

■i^.r in iVmer'f-ar rnrf viniild h» ^ • » 
r«f!»t 111 (Ion nn '-hf i^rirrn of ( ^( n •» 
dlan -ria^le , t on ■ ■hi 

The reduction ■*■•• we!r«rr»rl hr 

seat^ intaasats i'*" ' '« atimtjiaie 
tra«a la Ontr has. JMom of the rap- 
iiBig'ig99rig ad AioHaaa aiaaa f aa 
tafars had baaa Waraai la 
r a d art l aa la tha 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., I KID.W. .\PKII. U.. 



Important Notices, Employmeat, Business and Professional Directory, Wants, Etc* 



iNDLX TO CLASSIFIED 
ADVLKFlStMENTS 



WASTES* 



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t >i 111.- I ..ini-iiii-iii «• uf llMM^ who »i((»h »" 
rrfrr (< »t" ' «f|vrrl l»riD«iit iti tlir 

Clanuitrd luiumiui, IK* lulUtatM lUl bas bc'u 
•IpteltttUKlb' mir»atg»a, mat muk «lMMtc*tuMi 
tWIUalMtJ wfUi Ik nuatjvr. «ta.i 

('OUIN<, t:TEN I h _ 1 

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yttt lMMlh«r« Kltowii uii th« riK*<t •Mr •>! 
•Mk kasiltnf uf>yrmi in • oiiMcuttva onlcr 
la t)i« <uluinii« Iha «tpliat>;tiral arTMNmBcnt 
la ■>»( I < ,ill,r 

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Hoat MiitliiMfa '■■p*r1«««a iMt mm*. 

•ary ir y.,u ar.- wttHmw to karn •( tt>« 

I'r.inlnn lo«iiiiii» fi.r t h* Unltir ln<1u<fry 
IIikM i(i«c1. ii..<i.-tn <ara 'nahlr pupli^ lo 
"Irlvf *n.| r.'t.iiir ^ny . ar f.n . ■ ■ ni pi.* Mm n 
' nl, M.-l l<4ifi«riii ijn!tt pr>i(i<- I'-nt .»n^ In 
' HVr J-f.^- 1 II I r lid ui t Inn In iH.alltona 

^prtiai fa, nil, .-I f.,i ,,r .'wntfia an.1 ladita 



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lOimriri iMiorlunltW 

liilliarUa au<l I'oot ........... 

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Coailrig K>i »(• 

t yrl.-fc aii'l Mi.iori ) cle« 

Cliurrh Ni>iK«» 

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M^>~ ' rii. I ' < i'> llant _ 
t or (in* liiM rliaiiauua 

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rvmtahH fcxi m to Baat ' 

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roulLl> aiwl l.l\ritt.H.-k 

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tmm and Board Wa 

KiMiBrr Raaorta . 

Maciatira arwt l.txigca 

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1.1 llrii lluuae* 
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To Kirhan^a 

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Cawtfjata jMrt_ Arata mmI ia«l*«t»a 



ha 



•tn. 

P>>R Hal' )<•>•>> 



craatf piaiaa. 

|«4i ''aaii tsoo teraaa. 

Md riionr tO»«l. 



a. 
aaw. 



I.^UMBD oak plvycr pmno: 
a( li 
747 Kurt blrrat 



SM« Ca^ar Mill 

m raal Boad feuir 



(tllAMufHU.NK, 11 rr^araa aad 
' cablaat. all for %^^ 
Mart T4t 747 Kort Mraai 



aru 



MAS..N i 
i.-rina 



111. 



Il piano, makacaajr (aaad); 



> 1 1 V a I ra. 



Ma«aaMA« 



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rKMAl^K HiSLP WANTED 3 

I^IHIIMAN i'ffi,lina ' fa-v r^qiil'fa 
Marly ii ,iu.--. k . ■ i,. . liU'ivlew 

Hoi 1 .11 \ . t I s 1 -.iloniai 



HARUAiN-nn« burioi, with ataa kavallad 
mirror <n A I ahapa. om\y ItlrTt 



A I ahapa, 
'I'iy'a. 1*11 DaacUk* il(r<M>t 



>A ri 



1 ^- Ml a 1.1 



jitl. an. 



<n I K.'.-t(lMn,i 
• u 1 »¥ » I 1 1 n 1 1 n r 
'r* pa r a I t.r y 
.'vriiinK '!laaa«a. 



SI KO I I .-MAW .s, h.i.il 
Acatlamy. nr(lllai''d < 
• lal. 8acr»larlKl. Wirilrax. 
I"«lalr. fic iJay an.l 
I'hnti" :t for pruaprrlua 

^HAMPfKIINO. marirllinc paprr aarMaf , 
k^ curllna, halr-riji I Inc. .ii«ni< urine at r'- 
dH<>ad prttaa. Pbunr »t»». U.*' f«rlt<>ol of 
Hairdraartii*^ fnd Kloar. Ha»wara RMk 

^A^A NTKr> — Eiparl^n' r.l lioui".- parlormaid. 
»» rl.ll.lr^n'a Buraf..!. il •'nralli- halp In 
tiiMrn anil rotintry. Apply Womrn'a llraarii 
i':rnpii>y inrni S»rvlca of Caimda. 

WANTBI>^=ba«« raok far a trat riam 
hMir«ln« hawaa. HM Ull. r''«to«lat. 



^■^»ANTfn.> KM>'rl.-n. .-,1 



airl Apj.U 



hoi r.:.! 1 . 
I . I I IXiiJiflaa Si 



(^AUrmta. avarr «aaartptioa. 

claan and atartttaatf. I..arBeat atork In 



foaraataad 



• Ity H«a ..ura iMCaaa pur<haaiii( Island 
Window and <'arpat Claaoloa Ce >l7 Kurt 
Htraat Phona Jill 

I^^NUUian oardrvba. lolaM laaboaaay. III 

Jll BriUaH jrantftara MmlK 1M-t«I Fart 



To Out*of* 
' Sirhscribers 



Oet-of-(own tubscribcr* who 
•••h to mnawer advertiirm'nt* in 
which only the telephone number 
of ihf advertiaer is given, in.iv m»il 
their repii*a to The ColoiiKt. aai 
The Colonist •»iU comnuiaiaill* 
Midi rcpfict to rtw iiftrti—r. 



TO lillirr>->MIIK7BI.f.AMCOCS tl 



wt^m AXD ApAvntaim | to 

To lUWT «1 



A 



TTRAf«TTV«I,T 



ino4arB. ramlakad MMIa 
lantaai lli-lldlaaa). Bread 
way Aparlnivnia. tit Huparlor gtraat- 



ATTHACTIVK 
(aaar Parlu 
aay Aparlmvnia 

\MMaI.I. aiut* ala4i r.o<.iii and 
Hup«rlar .-I riionr 1192 V 

A 

aail 

\r .Savoy 
aullr I'l 



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tr *9ir. 



4 Ki RMfinCD apavtMaat. t 

•a. iwo bedrpoQrva aa^ (iKchaa. 



ndl' \p«rinienia. I'o.ik and B 
Kurnlahrd ar 



no 

' and ba«raaaa. arit ronlalaad. Itt ('loaa to 
Hlah Sahaal. Apply l>tl Paadura. k««wa*a 
2 and I p.n. Ph«aa.tTMU . 



d unfurniahrd ! I>V'NOALOW apartmaal. 1 ro.. a. w.it 
, I» (r,,n. Foul Ha\ nn.l'rn I'ti me J7»l'l 



Manalofii 
honr irtl 



Ki.ini (urniahr.l 



— Rooiny m.Ml'rii kli i.j 



IIKI.I. Aparlmaata, |»U 
• > Kuini«h»d umt 

\ l-piv .•.iu.t' 4 

|>b:i.WII. Apartiuaaia -Cosy I : and ain 

gla rouni aultaa iiiodarala ftiuw* 
III40 



X'lil NO nirl to iKkp »at chlidrpn aflrr- 
1 iM.ona t'hon*. 7XJIX. . 



AYIU \'i 111. Ill ..nil hiKli f. iiii.il edura- 
II. in. ala.i iwii ypara .-liiM-rlrnrr In bank, 
•iHwirra poaiti.m, ufflee work prafarratf. Boa 
l&tl. I'.iluniat 



/ 1 ARliBNI.Na. lawaa laid, bardara planted. 
* ' rnaf>a aprayad. aatiafactlon aaaranlavd 

i-i'onr 7»i4L,. 



< L\SMI IKI> AIlVKKTIfl s<i KATfr^t 
Oaa ami r.' half e*at» a word ^afclaaar- 
llaa, nln«. • ^nia » wnril a waOK* wiln a 

wlBiwui' '' " I- with anlav. 
' Va •4«criis- >. K' . ; I. 'or laaa than 

t w..|il y <i\' ' 'tl ' a. 

Daatk aa« ranar^ Noticra. II to firat la- 
aartMa II. M for each addttiunai laaartiaib 
^ Marrtaaaa. Card uf Thanka and In Mantartani 

Noll. an II 50 p»r laaartlan. 

Birth .N',.M<o». tl 00 p^r lna«rtlen. 
■Malo-"<< •■■ • Kriii ><< four llnaa 

ar anil*.! t: v ■' a.I.Ui l .nal apa--- 

%i 1 1 .■ ■ • "■■ " ■■" ' h 

61 RT H$.M A R H I A G ^SiDEA T HS 

DKXIIIH * 

ZAI.A --iMi I ■ Ai" 'I ■ ' ai 111* 

Royal 1 11., . Il .»i.il..l .Ml A P /.ula. of 
l&S < r..fl Mtf'.-I 

Tha funeral will lake place on Salurday. 

AfMI 17. rram Tbamaoa raaaral Homa, at 
t »m. Rav. W. a. Wllaon will afflaiata. 

A.VI)F.R.HON -In thla city, on \\.,iii- ■\■>^ 
April 14, tlargarat Aadaraoa. aK<-d a«v.-ni> 
threr- yeara, balovad wife of JnHn Alldar- 
a«n. of IIS Manxlaa Mtrert. 
The funaral will tak* placa on Matardar" 
atlarnoon from Mprall Broa.* Kuneral Momr. 
eaMlsr of Johnann and Vant-oaver Btreal". 
Av. Daalal Walker will conduct tha aervica 
at S.a'clack. after which Inimnanl will be 
IiMida al Reiral Uak Harlal Park. 
fNa flawara. by raaaaat.) 

4 AHII OK TH%NH« 

.Mia Mifiirkall an. I fanilly wlah to elpreea 
tkeir atnrere tlianUa to ih'lr many frivnda 



1 1 ARUBNINU— Have all your work dona 
vT by hiahly quallfl'd an.l praotleal roaa; 
It paya Wa ara hortli ultural aaparta and 
alve yuu pvary aatiafactlon at raaaoaabia 
cbarvea. Now la tha Uma to prana yoar 
t raaa and prepare yuar land. Phoaa 11711^ 

/ 1 AROiC.NKR^Bxperiancad, Wanta work hy 
* ' day or week W M Turribiill Plione 
4377R. 

IK you want m , a r i-vn t t , pfi.iue S.'.lr'tary 
»r 1.1, ill union 7'.'1'jU 

A^AI.NTINU, kalaoiiilnlns, (eneral repaira, 
^ aU. A, Rarlft. rhoaa Tt»Mii ar «7T1L. 

BlTPATIOWa WAinTO--»WBI^ S 

ArTERNflON poalll..n dealre.I by woman. 
llouaewi.rH 111 will iiiln.l rlilhlren. prefn ■ 
ably In Uplanda dlatrlcl. Uoa ItOl. Coloiilat 

/ lOMPBTBNT pitddla-acad iMraon wanta 
Mattloa aa Mpaaakaayar. Baa lui. Coi- 

■DVOATIONAL 6 

- ~ -■M~""'^^n'- i -*-'~"'irv~Tr-a~i^a-nj~ i r i T.rnjTjarw^t i injljartj'u-Lj-u-- 

DRAMATIC Boboal. Npw tarin 
aV'. a tartlag. Phaaa «mR. 

/10ACH1M0. vanaral aabjectai ba«la a^'; 
" reliable, thuroufh. ('. H. tilmpaun. 



BianT-Staea dinliic aaiia, u a as» r>a>a« baf- 
fal. S-n. axtaaalaii tahki'«a aadaaial aad 
aat a* • dIaiM abalra. AU far fft. arHlah 
Rtralttira Ma rS. T««-<«t PmH 

I|V}R Mala — ^vab Ic:* ereaxi lablra. r.olt top 
wrltlay^daah. Manitoba ii..i'i 

MUSIC eablaat. mahoaaay flalah, Jaat like 
new Barcata. |7 IS. laland 

, lianca. 'in ITort street 

PAIR tapaatry lipholatarml eaay , hair* fur 
Itii alaaay. ballaw chair, ti So Hnnai. 
I^attara Majft. TO-yi? i on jit _ 

SNAP— l«r^ ebaal af drawarsi la *aad 
coaditiun. ualy tl*. Oddy's. Kit Daa« 
laa Btraat. 

SANITART caaeh. with olaaa mattraaa, In 
aond ahape Our price, |7.tO. laland 
KxchansF. 7:t* K.^rt Street. 



AUSOLLTKLV HiUUKST PRIi K3 PAID 
tor raga. b aU l ia. taala. aiovea rural 
tare, or aaythlaa yaa artah to .l.apuaa of. 
Wa rail anywbara. aay tlina. Pttpaa (US 

AB«OI,UTBL,V Boat PrtcarPald for 

UEN'I I.KXIK.N S niMt'AHI>KI> il.HTHI.NQ 

Antiquea i ild Mll.n bhrmrl,', I'.al' 
MKH .IDWITT »I2I I'.irt .SI il.,,na 2114 

AHSdl.l^TKI.Y beat . aali pri, ea pal'l fur 
ladlea . ■enileuian a au.l c lilldren a goad- 

riaaa 1)1 8t ' A Rlik: 1 • I'l.oTHlNO. PlMNM 

or .all Mra \Vaidale ;<S> Pottgiaa M. 



bay. 

%<iMK and net 



mi. 



i\i<MK and net ,-ai.ti i ..,,ii .lia.arded 
' inma alllf, Ilea, eod fell nala. aluilj. 

atlO'a. • il.l lackata aad aMlta. l!>.iii..niv 
Hhi.p ll.i.ik fur tha rad alCB), ••• Fori H.'at 
prirra paid. No n a aa aatlaa .with nay olbar 

iirni 



'Tb 



IftBLUBVUB Coart. Oak Bay- 



I^.i.V. 
' ' anj 



I bralrata Phone 340I '.t yuu ha*a 

ly fiirnllurs y.>u w.ah i,i .llap.>aa .>f 
t>ur repr'aeal al IVB wl.l call an, I offer cur 
rent prlcea laland Kirhaiic 711t Korl HI 



BRIOM* l-raaaaad aaUa. witb balRi M* 
a WMHUb. StI Blaaahar d : >»o<W *TfU 

BBACOM Hill Apartmenta 411 Vaaoeavar 
Parnlabad aniie. br (h>. attraetlva.' aeary 
convenience Near Haarun Mill Pari. 

(KlHAI, lourl. 414 .Shnroe (4treel l«e«ij( . 
' ful fnrntsbcd aulta. oearlaokli^ Mrait 
Pkona lSt4. 

/ iOOPBR' Apartma^taT tTI^Ml«hicaa~itraei 
' — 4-rooniiad aulta, furatahad ar aafar 
niabad: vaaaat IMb. R. O. Ckriaty * Ca . 



/^40MKaMTBI-Y riirniahed aincle and 

daaMa flat . ateam tiea'.i.d car.fe Mi.d 
erate rental Mi Pi.tiKiaa At*'" I'h.ioe b79 

i,'<l KM.-'H I , ■ a.m . ' ~ . 1 . . , 
large ruoma. uleaaani view, bathru.mi 

aaar Parllamaat Balidladra) Vrtraia 

Phone tTl4T. 



l,iMiti 
I »»i 

r rail 



L 

.^CTTOMOBIUB 



■ I I I . I ' >■ \' t, . ..1 a ... 1 1 r u n laht ,1 
. ■ ■ < 11 I Ma. I I'll , II . I. r .S I 

ruunia, Kairfield. 141 tievvn rooma, 
ralrftald,- Itt kUaht rnonia. Oak Bay, 
tIS* Many otbara atTvarlnua rente Uil 
l.fl - Mart A Tadd. L4d.. 711 Kort Street. 

dem (-roomed aturro bunaalow. 

sninc'M aea \lew 'i%k 
p^a^. a.*),'n. J f, ' iiioritll Swip.rr 
rav' 1.1.1 1.4(1 Korl Htreat 

|.uMii«',.Y. Hurnalda diatrut, 
i*. Piva-raom 
aall ravalali«d, 

rjood als-room 



'tAL RHAr— t 
\f ' At ..Mi,iN Maater mi (aana*. tR 
i.-..,inful rondltinn Thla oar baa ba4 
very ..reitii iwaaa and la e^alpped with 4 
new iiraa bamaar. fWn Maer and .luer 
"1^" Marbaafcaily it la perfen and iha 
outatda aaaaaraaaa la Ilka aaw. *ieo«( 
rrtaa. rally raaraMaad VXVI 

MAflTMRB MOTOR CO.. I^TD 
»;» Tatea' Utreal tCorner of Quadra !»>reert 



Ih, 



I,tl 1 1 >■ iii.id 
( 111 |iah.-,l 
H.i > . J r 1 , 
(.in A VJ tia 

" open Ore, la re. aard-ii, ||S. rtva-raom 

baafalaw, Marirol.t .iipir .i. wall favalali*!. 



I^lCR .Sale Muii 
I'linne n I ; li 

L"^tJK hale Siai 



• I OK < ai IIO« ««, 

"naaw St. 



L"^tJK hale Siai ita.li good aa new 
V ran I.tOS milea All eairaa 



plann Inrlrftfed aarrt'ii ft\ 
Vt'.h*' ' loae 'II ao-i.) ■ ..i, ! ! 
fi.rna'. aa'dTi |. 
well f.irni»hed. Hin Kland ^' 
oom bungalow, aplen.l,! 



■ pen Are. 
" . . en ro<ini 
4 4ii Four 
'iiilon. over- 
looking ^a. |4t. Klvc rootii bungalow, well 
fiiroiahad, Baftb Oak Bay Ave.. '|M. ii 
Amphiau. ail. Valaa Maak BM«. Mtoi • 

JI'irsKf- turniahed an, I m, r irniah ad. for 
1 irnf ir for aa!' . , ii r,»av farina Kred 

me 4llt 

lu rant. 



M l<u«».-ll 
() 



AK fiit> VNf'll furniatied houae 
H fc.oma; garage tia4T. 



Mi'OKRN baaaa. als roomi^ favalgliad: 
taad taftlaa. Bafaa*: taat IM. rkaaa 



JAMES 
furnt 



BAY— At «•• 
abed apartmaat. 



P&4ma 



'.,•...1 .lining t»Ma..l laa v aa. 
equal t,. II, 'Ml., $t.M. laiaad Bse 
change. 7<lt Kurt Htreet. 



^QUARl 



UPHG 
lit ts. Britiak Faraltara Mart. l4t-t4T 



'PHOLSTBRKb 

lit ts. 
Ifort atraat 

" M Ml' 1. ; A ^ 1 
• ' ri 1 1 , , ' • i • 
l»*4 OaK Ua> A' 



aattaa dad chair tar 



iT.a, aaltabia far alara 
sat. Alae ahow a aaaa. 



RADIO 



fhnna (StlY. 



(IRANI.BIUU Houaa Rchuol for Boya. C. V 
■I Milton, A.C.r., The Wlllowa. Phone 
4 40S. Uaalnnara to matrlculatloa ladldldual 
attantlaa. Taaatik criekat. gymaaaiam. 



1V^BISL.E>*B Telegraphy — Private Inalruo- 
»V iliina In rode, technical and practical, 
r.ther amaten ,1 pi ut.'aaional. Far datalla 
and qualincaiii.na. phone SHIX. 
.iii'^»^^»^e^»^.e^i.»*^i.v^i " i. v . w I gifcii ' awaaa»^^ea^a»»% 



MiaCBLLAKBOrS 



At>M08T new clartrl.al range, hot 
watar Ma t a r aad wirin*. i. N. 
M*llaa«7Mt l^bartaa Blaak. 

ABAROAIW!— Wiaa«aa% Baajrclapaadla. 
ten Miiuniea. lata adi t laa. aa saad aa 

^S*. 5kll at 



new. coal |i. 1 price far 

24 Winch lii.ta i'it> 

Al.I, Miuhea a...vin>i inacklaas aad 
grapha r.pMiic.l 711 Yatea 

VI)SiiI.rTk:i.Y dry fir lulllw.iod. It. 76 
nlnKkt- l.i.il. fir inlllwuua. |:f.2i alagia 
liiuil. planer i-iiila. cordwood or kindllag, any 
■lUunllty Daiiui..! Puel Phone 21X0. 

BABY Carriage Exchange. 24J Kort 8t. 
Ph'^ne 4614K:° Kngltah carrlagea from 
tit. I.aleal low body aiyira. lou it-iima 
of all kindfi 



1 .\ r I, hi M K .N 



U diacarded clothing 



boaght. Boat prieaa »ald. Wa aatt. 
Bhaw A Co.. m Fart Uraaf, »b»aa III. 

HIUII— IT aaaB >rleaa paid far gaod-cla 
fataMat*. oarpata. raagaa, chlaa ai 

JIliiHK.sr ,aah price 
m- X an,l .1 Id je w 1 1 y 
1 real 



aad 

ISII Uouglaa StraaL 



MoBKiao.N 
Fair 
flraplaea. 



Aparlmaata, 



Hilda Street, 

aalsa. wRh 



NICB aaany auite. partly furalabail, 
aeg and p«rk. Ill Phona ITST. 

I 



J oil iia'i] 
any ,.1 



Paul fur diamonda 
Aaionaon'a til 
I u \N 'i, call at 



lAV HI, SI PRICKS 
I III la. atuvra, furaiture. 
elsh ii, iliapoae uf We 

1 1 rn ' fry Uk 



PlluNK \\v 
1»T hot' " >»«a 
or anything nar > u 
call aay where, any 



VlC'luHlA JL'NK AtiliNCt CO. 
Wa Satr Jaak. 



» A K K \ I K W 

I, 1. 1 W.ll' 

f irni'.h. '1 "iilr, 



Kurnlalied aulta; 

ic a » ' 11 lilt'' ft 

( ■ • I ! ► !•' 



hat and 

M«o ," 



N' I \ K H ' 1' ' \i 
- r ui mall, d . 



I' " I'lnggiaw, eta vaama 

garage. J uat fit Ma h ai i wt 

Avaaaa, aaar Oak May Jaartlaa, Far far- 
thar partlealara phaaa flltla. 



aJMAI.I. furnlahed roltag 
IBS Vancouver fttreet. 



4 

r|Vj Rent 

Til Kent Kuriiiah',1 i" 
ruoma, fully furnialx' 

m a*«aad diatriat: tar Mg. 

Traat ca.. IM OaTaramaai Mraat, 



e for reat. rear of 

Ailulta. 



h'urnlah.-d huuac b r.i.inia, ISM 
Cheatnul .sirrei |40 I'hon' 7riill.? 

-1 ■ .1 1 11 ."' t. \ ■■ n 
!y rurnialxd. linen an.l allver, 

in ^t*^ '"tffj^ ' *** Jma. Rayal 



OalF 
'aa naasj 

golnc away Apply 1114 Hallaa R'.ad 

Atrro PART.M 

PIOR radtllar I. Buirk Hudaon "luper nit, 
Naah I>odge. Chev . liray IVirt. 
well Ueiinaion .Sainn Overland Packard, 
Hup. atudebaker Mig si< anl it- a uy athartk 

FACWflO Ainxi WHi£< KiMi iXX. ursk 

AllTO MAKUAI.VS 

TVMMSB rMdater. ii*i .Naah T-paaaaaBStk 

XJ IStt; Chandler 1 paaaenger, t4Ms ItMe 
aaa apeedcter I II I mo<lel like new, MMl 
model 4T Cadillar I paaaeiigei II ItS; iHaB 
trailer. Ilik Aak f.>r Mr Junkie 
• 41 \ lew Hlreel I hnna Itig 

1>^KliluKAI, h'aat Kapreaa, perfect innill- 
llaa. Il.tsai radaral. l^-laa. ll.SSSi 



Orant 1-taa. paaamattc llraK ItM. 

4SSI. - 



Pbaaa 



IVMN.FAaMNfOm CAU 



I! 

aBc< 
far 



'N apl'ndi't 
11 h t... I . ' 1 \ 
|Bce ea<«ilen(. 

raat parpo 



nutiaa: aawlf painted. 
K t aad Raaa r al appaar- 



w 



otUd as^ha «as<«l aara 



BUHTKKV OK, ' 114S uacar bl., Kalrtield. 
Faralabsd apar t a a aati^ has 
IM. 



baatad. Fh^aa 111 



BITR HOTBU TIS Fart Btpaat. P. ui " .m 
aalt«k rally madam; alR^ alncia and 
ho«aek eap|a> roaaia; alavatat. Fhaaa tl. 

or for Bala— Cnttage, waterfront. 



AOS. bottlea. 

H'.'«t 



fur n .( ' 

I" I , '« 



"11 ' I 'ihea. juuk. 
I I. >n- lOllL,. 



1111 Wharf Aaaat 



FlMIM 




^ faad taraltara far dia 
IkiTroom. parlor aad bi 



Mf,7 roloalJt, 



ISS4 

ta- 
tar 



ROOM \TrD BOARD 



\T Kirwoii.l Lodge, SOi Cook Btraat. 
KIrai . lara iMard-realdanca. Pbeaa 1111. 



AT 111 tJovarameni, food hama for metr. 
mudara. "aaalral. «ara«a. akadarate. 



:««4X 

A 

Phone 



I>K.MT , 
Ik Urge 

I'lldld 

I, , V ' ,,t 

11 1 1 K 



.■I'i'iiilid aprtng water, plpe<l. all fenced; 
I'-' .caiiiin Partlculara, terma. Phone 



t-ROOM fyrnlahad catta«a, cloaa la; |ti, 
a lacluding water Apply ISSt Kernwood 

IKMiMl* fuiiUaii. I I., I. i««a VI. w, Oak 

** Hay near I piuii.la I,, /iiftii parly, |:IS. 
Cm inT' ial a KInani ial Corporation. I-td . 

..1. I'.irl .SI 



4* RiioMBD clean, anodam, furalahod bauae 
*l Furnace, gaa, grata la HvlaB-raoni, 
panallad and' baam calling In dialac-roam. 
1411 Marrlaon Btraat. Pbana (llIU 



I I.( 1' iM ria t " h'd 



>|,' n nr. -I. 'a,' 



s 



"> .1. I!l Courtney St 
,1 1 a 1 1 - - llu uaekeeplnx r.. 
apariii.'nta Itooina fur tranatenia 

iKe II 1 



< o ppoal I f. 

i,iii> 1.1. 'I 
l-h.ilia 



nil Mnen. 

ven 

...iiia, aJ. eping purcb . garage; 

Marohaat. Ill Faatbartaa 

3IT4. 



VI I 

(, f • 

(. ' 



I'aa 

'Id. 



ri\u Rent —Attractive up-tu-Uate fui'DiaheU 
-t. apartmaat. olaaa la, ta caratal taaaat 
oaly. from, May to Raptambar. Pliaaa 1114. 

fpllB ORANOM— Wall raralahad rooma aad 
X aultaa; a taam baatad Phona IIIS. 

rnHB KBNwfNOTONr 
-i Bulla 

only. 

rilWO-roomed furniahed a.iite. eelf-. on 
i talned, alao 2 aingle rooma M odern con- 
venlencaa. Apply tSt. 1204 Uuuglaa Street. 
tMtwaan 10:29 a.m. and I p.m. except aun- 
daya. 



SISSi Paadora Ave 



A^Jj^^'tl: for Buaineaa Peopio— i\(\f\ OORUB RaaC !• Rilaataa fraBi City 

Tha Abardaoa: aawly raaevalad: Vary I Ol/U ahll, alaalp tatRMM* ^RttRMRt 



BOOK8.' 
aaiart 



Bookat Baakat Thaaaaatds ta 

frina at Britlah Faraltara Mart, 
74I-74T ran atraat. 



coay; h. aad e 
hatha aaaR flaar. 
illMi 



T Tan]pre 
home r.,a 
H'l Phone tnsIX 



watar all raama abawer 
Old Oaaatry aaab. Tboa. 



woman) coaphea puplla In matbamallca. 

Kngllah. etc Telephone Iff. 



LAKOMAI.K 1- .N 1; C «CH<i<»l^ 
pariilor y M liou, f'H glrla and am 



A pre- 
■ II bova. 

Whare children are trained lo furiii right 
habit* of thinking and doing "llabit la 
taa aaturaa " 1127 Rooklaad Ava, Tat. lift. 

JPRt>TT-fHAW ' " 



II AMI Rtam ra dallvartJ: ga 
aaUM. «ane. Phana 7H0I 



BLACK ant 
era I 
J McOec 

C^KHTiriKD Netted Uein Seed for aale. 
'' l.ady Walker. Uaat Hooka. 

DotiKSTlc s-drawer aawmg inadhlaa, Ural- 
claaa order, for (iuleW gala, tl.lff. 1 

I'Jxchange. 72t Fort Btraat. 



A 

H'l 



H.'Hhl'n. . 

,.! ,, I,,. ' , , . 



Modern, privata home. 
- , loaa to town. 1014 



Bo.N ACCoKi*. 44a PriBoaaa^ beard-raat- 
denea; cloaa ta: modarata, FMaa IMI. 

1.;^Xcki.i.i-;nt board raaldaatia ■ In private 
■t hi.ii.e aleaping porch; 



8PRt>TT-IHAW Bobool and Kocktandt 
Aaadamy, affiiiatad. Caaraaa: Cammar- 
rial, Bacratarla!, wiralaasL Fraaarataf*. Ca!- 
;:r"\he"ST;d V,p;;«l'on.""of" .ympathy- ami | •••t.<'. .'c Day aad atraalSatoSsT'i-ao.. 
floral offprlng* rnnnded during their rent -^^ ' " i ' >•• 
bereav..nient In the loaa of a laving hnaband 1 



father. 



FUNKRAli DIRBOrORS 

^AMM FOMBMAIa CO. 

Id 

Phona* IISI and 



ertaa aad ,Cka»aJ;_l«11^^i^^ Mraat 



TMOMsM.N s i' i;.M:RAt« IIOMB 
Ittt uuadra Street 
Phana 411 Night and Day 



R a. COURT A BOM 
Faaaral Haiaa 
OfRas tm larvtaa 

Mf «VAOIIA rrilBMT, taf. BItOtWMTON 

riMM 



^ i( ■ ' 1 . 1 1 1 

O iitreel. 



1 er n 111 ' r% t 



I 1 I * V 1 . M I I ■ ,i 1 . 1 'I 1 I .J, 

Bueinaaa aubjecia theropgb 

laitloa. A. A. MatiMlliaa. »««aa|pal. FBaae 

114, ' » 

fltlllC backward aad aaglao«*d lataraO. 
J S»l B C. Harmaaaat Loaa BIdg. 



<l of BipfeaaWn 



Prln- 



V'lCTiiKIA .Sell 
ilpal, Mra Wilni.l Ord, trained teacher. 
Coachea fur U.C. Kcallval. 

mino 



1712 Fairfield 



I.^.ViJl.lSH pram and 
J 115 .llllr k a.1 !r K.t: 



baaaenct, 

ox- 



Ilk* aaw. 



fill. 



tit maath. 



M a 

.1,11. 



■; iJ ,'t 
iTly 



Ij>OR t<ale — 200 tine-year-old logaabarry 
buahra I'hi.ne Keating ]9\V 



: l: 



ft\kili. coaiaat raoina 



li.i'iie. aultabla 
couple Phona 



"nV)R gale— nil!', irra'ie enolgan. II 
I>.B, hai'i'iiei ii-aa ttk; radfo. roi 



gaage. | 

complet'. 

oae-tube II" 6'i la-Hj. < fuh*, conip.ela 1 
with |."i,) apeak-r KO. i. , I . r ,-a, , , p' H 'j \ 
nian.l.> rt an.l .a a*. 14 7j. genuine prtaT-,aii- 

flaaaea, I1..&*, Il-Jawel Waltham watchea. | 
IT.IS: DaaloB otrtar tiraa. aaw. Iti laaar 
tahaa, II: boy'a binycia, |l Tl; gaat'a Parfert 

bl-T I'. Ii:t« gohl filled •p-cla, :ea to fi* 
anv ajltlil tl :6 11.11"^ Aar.riaini New aP'l 
Se' ,.n,| ll«n,l M.'ire, 611 ,1 'nB,.n S reel 14 
dn.ira b'lnw On v«rn ri. e n ' M're'll riiune tjft 



una In tnag, with every 

aaavaaiaapa: aaaaial tarma by 

weak «r maath. At tha Caag, Blanahard 
St., aaat ta Fublla UbrarF. FhaiM ii.io 



116 

lltllT '''''•'^•■^'''^ avji'ea wHh laTge 

J.UU I veranda, adulia only, IIS an I 
IIA Fhaaa SIISR. 

TO RENT— BOOSn M 



PBMBBRTON A HON 
Beech wood A v*..— Modern t-room banfalaw, 

cioae to a..a and car llaa |iS 

Orchard A\f. — I room*. mtidarn : varaat 

April 3 0 Itt 

Klfnrd .si i loae lo Btadacona Park — 7 

rooma Hn.l den; gnrage $40 

Rubertaon .st i Inac lo aea ami , ar Modern i llanna, ;i040 Fori Mt 

hntjar nf 7 iiLllliF wu^.t.:' $ ■ ' 

IK vol' ARK I.Ot.»Kli\0 KOK A IIOL.sK 



W 1 1. L T • • K N I • ■ T 

1600 

CMAIaMBBB 

1600 



raoi. noMLMT. ltd. 

Tiatarldw M-C 

•ft 



H 



AVB yaa 



•i.mT 



thb MasTeDay 4a«a«l 



MOVIMO awar— Maat asU at oaea aaa 
1111 Fa rd aadaa. wall a«alppad aad la 

parfaci rannlRg ar4ar. Bag lilt, Colaalat. 



NBW traeka. uaad trueka traotora aa4 
trikllaro. 1 
Btraat, Vlotorl 



ara. Tboa Pllmley. Ltd , Broaghlea 
B.C. Phoaa SSI. 



i^l-KciAl. LATM 

mURlNO, IM 
CONOITIOM, 



%A£f-fWMt faralahad l-raaai baaaalaw. 
T. y. Mutt A Wl Faa»»artall Mmt- 

TOtTLTIIY AND IJVMTOCK tT 

PODLTBT AKB WCtTVOm 

\l BABT ahleka aad hatching agga, from 
high producing White Leghorn atotk. 

1 irder now for April an'l May delivery. Alaa 
one and Iwu weeka ni,! . hlcka and als and 
eight weeka' old pulleta Phono Balaiaat 
7K T M Creed, ILM.b. 1. Paraaa'a Bridtea. 

\ I. • nrlu 

ARCLAT'R (Bally atrain) Laghara Chloka 
from viRoraaa fra* raaga atack matad 
to 241 acB caakarala . Writa T, Baralay, 
R.M.D. I. Vtalbfla. B.d 



$1005 



tITI far a damoaatratlaa at a«r 

aaw Hupmoblle Bl< 



T»'-Y M",r 
1 > H. il. 

C !',.''« 
I M tl 



ha'. 

I'll 
II',a,l 



hliiK 



I'll.; 
I'l' 



r.,'Ti II.' ««ld 
C I ' : . I .. ■ 111, 
.M H T K ' I All 



1- 



IJ ' 



i ' li L, n ' 



"iior White Leghora 
l&Yl. 



Whit* Laghara ahleka. Fhaaa 



W^IDOW 

»> 111,.- h 



lith 

, t n ^ . - 
Ih. 



1 iW(\ •OWTMOATB — 
n F. )U board. Claaa ta ear. atty 



J« 731, 



omfartafela ^hama woui.i 
or ^Igegapaloaal girl aa 



aad 
Phana 



I.ton Sale— Baby catcka aad aactki«a, 
whita Wyaadattaa.^ WlaRg WW. 

T^XJR Bale 
-T 7SS4T. 

SATCHINO egga. day old ehlaka fram my 
priie pena. » r W . Lagliania J. P 
Vkito rla. 

HI till raeard trapaastad While {..aglicrn 
aelting egga. II. tt aettlng. alao .Mani- 
motb Pakin duck egga, Il aetn.ic W li 
Panrwick. Glynvlew Poultry Ranch Olyo 

r • ' - a a •! I f 11 

V i RtX)MEH bungalow far reat .~goad | | 1'^ "f""*' '"i-""' ^'<^»- 
'\ locality. Alao farattara far aala, . IMl fr^J^^^i* Y".".''""!;' n ''i."""'*" 

ii, .i,eaa Htreet I (^orBlah Uama. liarred fl.icka. Anconaa tl7 

."-I"'" . yH<\ Kaqal malt Raad- Pb aaa 47S7 R. , 

:t.>t..MK|. hoo.e lo rem an ,onvc,„ . p r HIMO a«Wk *r. "Wh»tr"Laliafcr- 
.9 Awh„r> ..<i Fhon'i.iiot |i atralB : II.IS dallvarad. 

Phone 42:iL.. 



CAI.L. AND BBB WHAT WB MAVB TO 
OFF 



|.'ort .sireet 



rrBB, 

Phone 111 



PART.S PAHTB PARTR 

WK TEAR Kid UF AMD aMUa TBM 
i-iiccKH Wr are haw wraeklag a 

Baby Orand FA Chev. aa OvaHaRtf 
aa ovefland Country Clab, a 0-4S Bslak 
aad tkraa Ma#wallA UII. 
hartMaa la aaw parla aa« 

W. FBAJfK dAMSaOM AMP Wraeklag Cgi, 
141 View Bt. Pbaaa lilt 



Victoria, ( 



V:, !t< M 
r-mea 



-pa 



d by * 1 
. . • .H T e ' • 



tJANMO. MA.N'DOf.lN. GUITAR, aad 
1 » atrlnga 



all 

;ed Inairumant* taacbt by W. O. 
'hiwriglii Ills Uruad Btreat. Pbtiaa lltl. 
lie* phi.n. iiiiYi. Haura. l to • p.m.. 

' X , apt .S.i I l< r .1 1, y a 



J^"M K ,S A" 1 ' an'l r anaea 
p' ri • II ' 11 a r,1 » a ' ' 

F"'a 

poalte Verdler Aveaaa 

l^'^A IRBANKH-Morae ilragaaw , good < oad) 



.Sale .Magoun alrawU' 'i> plan'*. | 

Apply Taylor, Wait Baanloh Raad. op- | 



•radaata 

t\ » A " a I >' o 1 1 r 



UsBRMd Miabaiaiar 
•ta irarsa la 



Attaadaaea 
SIlRkt ar Bay 



/^RNER FLOWKR BHOP. Phoa* IIM. 
KJ view and Rrnad Funeral daalga* i* 

order ' ar"*- , 'i '. n rt"wer* 



M»)\ I >! I > I AI, \\ » HIKS 

JUoBl'lMIkU A t>u.\— dtona an.l MoiAi 
a assatal warm. tM Caar l aa y Btraat. 
MM, 



I.All.N 11" unul'l. In H pi if.-ee, .11, 
Paul Uir, phone ■li'itt Walii, foi Iroi 

VIOUW 

1,tRNIi8T MUMPLU, violinist and' learlTai\ 
Mli Phnnea: Mtudlo 2««7 and Kea 2l»t 

Orattan. aucce 

•ry 

ernniant Htreei 



L' 



1.''KA.NClf 
Pryc- 



lion III Wolaley Ave. 
|-itciii;n lancc for aale. 



hona flllH. 
almaat aaw. 



U'A.Nrh,l< Hoard an'l room with private 
family, eleaa la towa. Maat have 

phoae. BaK lltl. Catealat, 

n**wa^aMaHaHaBaBMaBBWB**B*waa^MaaaiHaMai 

FrHXI«HKf> ItOOMR TO RKXT III 



A CHK of ruliivMlr 1 Uri'l three r'jom . ol • 
.^a- tage, barn, garage. North tjuadra dla- 
I net. Its maathly. J. Oraaawaad. IMI 
oovarnmaat Btraat. 



|»t.NaAL.ow ta raat at 

l> A>e lis. Faat * Manier. 



Rrighttm 
Baak v( 



I M I I > 
11' ,. a - e 
t' hone . ■ b It 



1. II I II e 1 If ! I II. 



oaa.- 
Tele- 



>r 111 Urury 



v\ N Ml i\\ h^K.s aharpened. repaired, col- 
^ le.ied Work guaranlead. Carver A 
Boa, 4.17 Knrt Phone 44S. 

- - — ■ 

I ITTI. k: Huaky dragaaw. aa new. lltS. , 
^ Box 147S. Colonial. 



I,,"'KIHT ruoma, Kairf|e|,|, |4J 

.1 i..,ii.>n,„, ti.ih I ."•>..".'":';''.'■".?'■.»:'. 

m a < i alalag, hot aad cnig water; iw» 
inlaataa' walk ta Baaulmalt golf iinka an i 



' D.'VIKdKTAHI.I. (uiniah 

raom 



M idg. Talaahaaa 111. 

I yl.Ai I IKI {. <-room home on Inland 
-I' Katera. wall ahelteced in nrat-claaa 
londltlon, furnace, garage, ficping purch, 
nica watarfroat. gardaa; aacludaU; |2I par 
maath. Vteioria Baalty Ca. Ill Vlasr Ift, 
Phoaa 1S3I. ' ■ 

Five rooma. 
I rjllleapte. 
711 Fort Street 



Hart A Todd. 



,td 



beach, Baitable ^fer lady or gentleman, 
married eaaple. Phana 7TIITI, 



1/AIRFIKI.L>— Modern 
IIS. A. A. Maharey, 4SI Hayaard BIdg. 



t-raom bangalnw. 



/^I.OBR Jamea Bay Hatal. Nt Taraala— 
^ Well furnlahed raaiti, kltAaaatla; far- 



Kiudlo H.mley Mulldlng; Oov- i ( » * 13" "V** 

---- Vr Apply Ja ha Me Kay. III! Paikdora Ave. i 

^£ALLKABt,k: aieel 



mi 0 1 Y' 



Phone IIM. 



Ti^OUR-reom baagalaw, 

« open H."*; I bedroor 



Phone 40SSR. 



Y'IUI.I.N tuition. IITI Cllve Drive, Oak 
V Hay Avenue Olnitya Shrapnel, (I'on- 
*rrvatolr* Hoyal.- m. . i - i 



i laa raaga. IS Rar 

I i^L^ Phone 441* 711 Phadava. saiavad 

from 1424 Uouglaa Street. 



«TUvvAi( r (i 
1,1 M ri KM 



.ri.l 



MO.NUMM.NTAL WURKa. 
ofrtce and yard, corner May 
reeia. neai .i"- t. I'i, ,ii. 



COM IXQ JEJKKT% 



AK 8 SMTTHB. Ueneral Secretary of 
• the 



'1 Ki Ml 


1 Studio, lit 


AON 1. lelli 
I'rtrif. aa A \'' 


ai and teacher. 

Phaae tiliR. 




MN4.IM, 




\ J A II Y .MH-< 1 

^i- art ol aim 


Y 1 A M l.:.i< IN 
glng. Studio, 


i.-ache. ,,f the 
Raunt >, Mahon 




P*IA.\« 





RAKOB8 Mid, repaired O.ded -oo* -' I ,n: RN I,<«H KI> rooma. all 
eaaaaeteds aalla atada Baatbali. 7ia ■ 1' j,^,^ 



cg aaay 
Btraas. 



i ^KW OfR D|Ri*LAY iiK TI MP.KI) KVKR 

i!Ri:KNH AT THK HOMK PltOtH fTK 
I FAin. 

CI.KARANCB SAt.E 
treea inee. aaparagua reola. 
wherry piinia eii , ai greatly re- 
ducail prl.-ea I'libM' Market Saturday, and 

all aext week III lilD l oll .S| 



T.tRriT 
r airaw 



hoSa 



rheoaophlcal Sorisly In Canada. i OA M H< >YP. Piano. Singing and Organ, 
will give a lecture on "The Ratvet Oootrtaa," i •» V |;io* Tatea $4 |n per month. Pht 
on Monday, April IS, at I p.in . la Iba Baard ! ttu'l.. 

loom ef tka Rclmaat Building 7-— _ — ITi; — Tl — I — 

/^RlB R'AOB, piaaa and Iheory. 



(iOrRT whiat. Friday. April li>, 11 it, Sana 
of Canada Hall. Priaea Kefreshmant*. 



Adnilaalon 2lr. 



manlgry aad advaaaad paplla 

»71IL.. 



Kte- 
Pbana 



HJI'II 
lUi' 



Iriiinipli. A<>F. Piiniroae dan, 
«T.| (nrly. AO K liall. Corimira' 



( 
B 

V 

prtaa*. 

I ' a n e 

I I ^ Nn»>-AII Oaa Faailly Daaea Clak. 
1 ' tiatMr^ay alaht, l:ll. A aF. NaU. Car- 
iiinrant It. Tfca CIBb Ofrheaira. lavRatlana 

only 



MR8 K- BBMPLB, teacher nf 
Phana: Ra4 2ISS, Btudio 1147. 



piano 



Bircat, Friday, April It. Lalham'a urobeatra. 1 
I>aaeiag liti to 11. Uarda l:4». Oeod I 
Table reaenratlaiMb pbeaa TMIIa. 
ISa. aards lie. 



IIIAN'O rKri.KI.B 
'L Wl'l f.' |"T 



and OANJO TKK 
Suc-rasa guaran- 



I.AYaiT/, .M'R.sKRlKa. i,ri» 
Victoria, HC Colqbllx i:it 



STORR azture*. reuntare, ahalvlng. Bitad 
drawera. etc; ca*t Ih* awiiar ever |4SS. 
For aala at llll, Apply B. B, Maath, S2i 

Y afo* gt. ■ \ 

SINGER aawing machine, aaap, oaly 111. 
711 Yatea 

^BVBBAIa aawar ptMapab a fl aa. alrauiar 



SBVBBAIa aawar ptMapab a fl aa. alrauiar 
aaWa aad atnmp pallara liaa'A Btore 



FAIKKIKl U HOTBL 

C CENTRALLY lu. ated. uppoalta City Hall; 
^ alaaa aad quiet; hot watar aad wall 
tiaatad; raaaoaabia rale*. Pkaaa ItsiO. 

'' A. Llaaham, prnprlater. 

oonvenlenrea . | J-f ''J 

hal h 

I,,"'! K VISII l-:[> mom w 1 1 li alecpina p.irrh. In i un'l ball 
I'l 1' h.iia- flank .-^ I'h'in' I » • I X ) 110 60, ' 

MANITtJBA Hotel. 404 Valea — Single and 
doable raarna Mra. Maa Btaaley Millar. 
pra i>rtetr»aa> - 

RBRIDBNT ar traaaient gu'a . . 
able raoaia, central. atrUlly , I'an an l 
rally modern: good aervlce ReaaoaabI* 
ratee Maatroae. view and Blaaahard. 



rpwo raralahad roama with bath, private 
-L home. near High Brhnol; |l par 



KHAKI rampball duckling*, alao InoU' 
halnr 



lore I'lieap. 



duckling*. 
t40 Kelvin Road 



LARGE hat, hing <gga. .I'ii\ered. the' la* 
New /.e* ami nil 'ioni Uarrun I.*g* 
home, alao Wyandoitra Phaae SItlLl. 
A \' Laag, Bevaa Oak* P O. 



LIVE aaiMtrv waaiaa. 
HIT taiw fisaal. 

collect. 
j»KK'lN 

I ••' llf 



MlUaMa Faaltf 
Ittl. « 



du'ka, ;on egg birda. breeding 
k baby dii'ks .aga ;»I5 Saanlch 



^TKoNO, heelihy Rhode Island Red 

H. Sattaa, III! 



^TKOXO, heelihy Rh.i.] 

O Chlcka for aale. Apply 

Fell St Phone 2I7TI, 



rin rki;t 

Market. 



egga f eelting, 
Yalee .Htreet. 



II.M. Caina* 



BVBRT UBKD CAR WB BBLI. TURN* OUT 
JUBT AS THB BUTBR BXPBCTB IT WILU 
TMAT'B WMT RO MANT COMB TO UB 
WHMNBYMB TMMT ABB IN THB MAMKBT 

McLAUOHLIN-BUICK MABTKR 

BIX BNCtaOBURB 

MaLAtiaKUN'BUICX MABTBB 

l^OtTR *e*ei*>eeea*aa**«a*«*lk*i 

MataAVOMLIN-BUlOK MABTMR 
•IX BOAOBTBIk 

oi.dbmobuIb V 

FOR ...... .••.••.••••»aa«».«,. 

i:ssKX 

' ''A' It ....•••a..aaa«.a.*.. 

1 II KV H< iLBT 

ROADBTBM aa. •«•»•• • 

^ I ' n p 

I . K I , I V BK T .>*,•,..*•,•«. a*. 

1 ' ■HP 

yr I It ISO ., 

' .V KI, LAND 

"99 I* aseaetat \.m 

O^MMLAMO 

V asaaaaa aaasatai 



Alt 'aa 



$1800 
$850 
$750 

$10.50 

Si l'V» 

. *r>(in 



AND UTHI 

ftaa^lBBi'' VarflM 



H. A.. OATIB. LTO. 
MalaatwfeUa-aalafc Acaaay 
•M Talas Mraat 

Oyaa Bvaaiaga 



order Tour New McUiaRklla 

iRMr ta Jaal Araaad tka Caraar. 



> V e.'lf 
aalla 
A A 

w 



aallsfaetlpn 

A " 



V. l,'Kl"irn hai.lilns egga fr," 
ected aloik, guaranteed to give 



For rurther aartlealara ahaa 
Adant*. breeder and •ahlbltar, llllll. 



mont h 



Pbr.n. ;1'4 belw-a 



BaraaMa ^URrlct: 
a large garden; 
garage IITa" I-k e t i ''i;ralow. Ntirtlt 
I Ouadra illairl. i t J .' i^" ' "in bungaluw, 
i .lames Hay. open fire, vaa. Karag*; Ill tO. 
Oood flve-rnnm houae, FerewoCMl dWtrfet; 
open Are, furnace; tit. H. AmpkleU. Ill 
I Cnlon B ank BIdg, Pbeaa ISM. 

RBWARD Road. I raom* ami hath. 

t TiO 4&fi Pine Street 4 ii.oma nn.l 
halh 111 tn : Oi.re si . K.a<iulmall. 4 io."ii.< 
tin tiO. Xn? W llaon i^l . 4. looma 
I MeBtles St . 7 rooma lga,*^ 1 1 

.Superior aii'l Oawego. <i rooma and baih * ' .T . . " 

IIVM. «4'.« Ard.elei Road. 7 ruoma, |U. I « yeara old. freah 2 weak* 

Pa«p«ariy s i i loom* igarage*. ti7.6s. I «»••. Darham. da4^ la fat 

14S Joaeph Sir"; \^ rooma. modern l;'i) 
' ■' n .rf ..f an,: ^'in.ivalde 4 ronm» '.' In' a 
^ 1 I'' III br '1 1. >■ .S'r.'^i H rooma ifurnaiei 
hurl .street, 7 rooma. 2 lota tgaragr). 
ItS; Fori iMroat. It raaina modern, fit: 
1I4S Rotkland, II roam* (gaa. etc. ). t4S: 
Rl> hardaon Htreet. t rooma \1 bathai. tli; 
114:' f-'.irt % rooma. har.laoii.l f'l.nra, large 

gl ' 'iii'lw 5*' e n'r',iii A M .■',!'.%,' 



V.V1\ 



A OBMVnfB BAMOAIN 

T, 11' k 1. a * an 



WTAISDOTTBB, Leghoma Barred 

Boeka and Rhode laland Reda — 

Hatching eica tl ;i dosen: I* im 'MCa. 

122 100 ai: . v*r ISS-agg atra.n .1 A 

Stewart. BIdnay Phaae tIF, and Publl* 
Market. 

•- — - - — ^ j.fY* w^"Ki-uiTxfi-~i-«~i ~Ln_n-r-M*v^wkg~wn"k)~B, kt* 

LIVRRTOCK 



daya; aaa 

Hnlataa-Joraey, to treahen Aagaet. Or will 
trade far beef cattle. Phene 4SITR. 



aoyone waatiog 
ghauid inveetigata ikla as aagga 



UOLrSKIiKICJ'l.NO noOM8 
TO RENT 




ClAIaVKB waated. large or email. lAlae a 
* few beef cow*. Fkoae A, Mawlhorn 

smBi 



TjV>R Bale— High gra.le i|'.<le| Jergry caw 
a. reel 
•-.t 4.1 



recently freehened, niliking tH gallana, 
price tSI Phone Helmonl I7F. 



T III Paadora— Clean 
rooma, hot water, gaa and cmi ai 

III month up. auii' tlS 



TO KXOBAirOB 



111 1 

y T m i> 



f I reel 



houaekeeplng 

id 

Light hciuaekeeping 



.SI « ' ' ,11,1 < 11. 

D con ve 'I I.. n ■ ^ ' I , ' : ; 
racanlly ranovaie.l . inirne'i'a' 
I4i Halateratan. Forman * ( 



■ " '. IT 'l l 

'inilltlon. 
■ ^aeaalon 
I'hona tl 



j.^oR Bala—Bavcral eew*. soma Juat traeh 



:5R|. 



Apply Oao. Frayae, Cabbie Hill. Phoae 



CtADILt^C kadan aa part payineat atucr " 
V baagalow, thraa badraama; ^ear High 



O I NOl.K 
' a*h. 



horae farm wagoa, cheap 
Bos MM. Colon let. 



for 



. \ i,o.. 



• .V K 1 . 

I : ' 



DANCING 10 l-plece araheaira every Wed 
aaaday and Saturday, I p.m. 



Hamaler- 



iey Lakeaida (Mile S, Bidaey Highway). 
where 1 wish that I waa when I'm not. 

nON'T forgei the hockey dance. Aleian.lr 
Hall. .Friday April III 'ri.k'ta. liO 

t/sul I M.M.T S. 1.1 
^ II linn. ' In Ih 



Bohool. Oak Bay. preferred. 

1127. roloBlM. 



OwiMra. BoT 



PJXCHANOF. 



concern 



?4» le ^1111, 1 1 I an . h g'. 1 n;: 
iiii.*>l iin.l tnilt f;.r'iilna n,-..' 
U niilil , .,ri,',1. , i.ii..,., 
A n. ' I;,, • 1 I 



k t r. 



A .1 111 1 aal. Ill 



mhl'iM will hoi. I 
Kri'lat lllh. ai 



^^^OH aal* or Msahaas* 
har 



- Traater. _aat4a.'«i « 
i>a 



y<vv FBPBR-VAC. electric earpet aweeper. 
~ .1. jtaod ehape. lit rash. Phoae tSSIR 

'j'Y rl^WRITBR. t'nderwood .No. 1, In Bret- 
i , lasa nr.irr f.ir t'lirk aal*. Itt. Uland 
I i;«. hange. ; "i Km street. 

, t\Ml i,t> cell millwoad to' Party wHh awn 

>> one cord truck: iirl^a rtghf. 1471 



f'lrr .hert flat r-, 
rai < r-' I , t Read 



AT 111 I'andora -SpoOeaaly claaa ka 
kaaaMg a 



modarata 



LOUOK 
whis 



St. 



Ueerg,'. 

a, lass 



II. Uaughtera uf 

rhist drtv* at Blatar 
ta aadra Bt.. Fr iday, s p m 

LAKH Mill Cammunlty l eniie la holding 
their laat ol.l time ,ian. '. Wedneaday, 
April II. Fare y a ,,r. h'aira Panclng t 
lo I. Rafreakmenla Adintaalon Itr 



\rit7TORIA Wamen'a laatitata Rummage 
Wale. Bat.. S:ll am. li t iahaaoaSi 

WA TO CANAOTaN I.ROION^Whiet 
A^lve Inntghi |t as higheat 

an, I II". .,..>.i , ■ ytmlaalon 21. 

ri-.i > — M \ I ii -: H KI ,i» a 

1 vi HI " ah.'p pcrler wanted Apply 



t|>o/Wy— NBW t-room houae, barn. akMkaa i 

•IT^^"" hnuee with »\ acrea. on talaad 

iiieiiwav 'ijrn.-. wiiii'i •,,na,i'^- '-xda aa 

amuM li,,ua' ..n! |,it K F lli».. Paia. 

barton Uldg iMaay other trajaa to plak 



H -f . I ' 1 
Saah 



l-.l' i ril' K.«* Ki.>R MlI.I.WiiRK 

Qiaae Fraaia* Bktaglaa 





imBMOtAKiira t 


A N asperleaaed 
■aV day. Pltaaa 


Jrigamaker; 

ITMIa. 


wark by tha 


■pvK I \l * KIMO. 
IJ 1 .'■■ paoa. 
Phone r.sxnl. 


•aala aad 
• UaBaa 


aiUtA Mane 
ARartMBM. 



Bina Urawara BraaUkat Naaka 

•t.7ro»L 

Fraasat Datlearj 



bloaaea 



I\RR.HSMAKINn. 
' alieraOona promptly done 



kim 



1 707 '» Talea Street 



kaoia II. 



ah.'p pcrler wanted. 
• t' F.mpreea Hotel 



I.^NUlSkKRH. Sound rellaWe aaaehlag in 
U grtthmetlc. f M. Waipaaa. Fhone 
MMT 

ENt) I M- » . ri s 
Wl nl c I hu. r. 

T;»XPKRiKN' 
4 • lamp I' 



INPlviDUAL. Millinery— Made to order ar 
renovated! privata Isasgaa Mlaa Oraa 



aen ««*!. 



VI' 
. . ..I . 



I ■ '• ^e" e w. 
"".,1 ll'iii.ilnic 

' ■ ^a m l d' ' 

'»»h « Ito.ir Co 1.1.1 



1^ I ' i I s . ■ r . ->! • d ' at r ilah and reaaa 



Mniricf.tyAxnovB 



aahle 



SA I H M ^ 
aant Monlr-al a la'S'a 



«anied ei'-vwhere t,» repie 
asclaalva tailor 
lag eampaay. lakma ,,. i"a fnr the finer 
grade nf men'a rna-i' ♦ ■ 'weaaura rinfhea 



A 

a I ei 

faraltara, ar aaytklaR 
where aad -pay kaai Rrl< 



h will 

such aa raga, botllaa 



krlBR yaa eaak. 
alaa lairfA ata>v*. 



aall aa«- 



, ir, Id'ri n .1' » T a 



raaaira, Raafa ra- 
Warl 



rr^Wii I'v inauranc agenta by r'1,1 eatah 

1 iiahed compaayt aalary aad aammlaasan 
Reply giving aaSti aBRarlaRaa M aay. Bo« 

tof I'alaaiel. 



ii-ANTKO— A bar ar 
hr.ioea after 



to waMi milk 
PTMtaa STSTX? 



ANYTHING la 
paired aa* 
r'l'e-iatee fraa. 

LA WTaadOWBRII aharpaned. repaired, eal. 
lectea. work goaranteed < arear A Baa, 



ark gtMraataad 

T17« >)I4*I.. 



SIT Foe* 

1 



Phone 4 41 

JRINTINO. riiblMr 

Phone II* Sa 
t ' I eegler Street 



'A VTrt>— <»oad live raraltare aalearnat^ 
atat* eipertenee and aalarv or roT. 
miaatoa rea alred J»ob il4 2._c«i«niet 

" trtinmar and 

toy 
aad 



WAMTVtV- riaaar 
atkar Mwtallt lakar Aaaly NiRPlar 

Laa«lav 



t«aa* 

Wia a abtan Mi 



aar^ce 4iC 



^Y la.-a.a 

a Meal Xldrkc 



b.dnei 



roalh ever 
I del.v ' . 



IIAIS'TIN.I paparhaaging a 
ot r H Roaa Pkaao 

SA v« 
P 



nd 
SUA 



all kind% BlaA, eat, 
M W. B aiar y . IMT 



rpHOB^ FtaUiLJnr. ut*. 



Aaa. 
Ukaral » 




KKDFRRN Btreat. eloae to iiak Hay Ave 
a very Bice l-room houee. 122 Including 
'a'aier ;sS Mangle* 81 . 4 room bungalow, 
very convahient aituation tM Including 

I water 711 Pembroke St . 4 mom bungalaw. 

„ T" with fine garden, lanri iiina from alreet lo 
' alreei h gh ali.iaii.'n ■ loar in t;o pei 
iTionlh H4& Hevwoo'l A.e , 5 rooma aO'l 
basement, line ailoailon and cioae in, 123. t* 

Btr maath. Apply J. C. BrMRiaaa. SS4 
ronght at.. Haaae Ageal, 

^TORR aad bauae. good locatloa, far 
plumber or other bueinaaa Apply lltl 

1, t-. Il l-aide Ave. 

i>i villi I y Kiii.iiiM;, : 2 < Taiea Street. ^!<>NE bungalow <Oak Bay Junction). 
* I he Heel Kver' That'a what they Say l nothing nicer in city. ytMrly leaae 
a' .ui cMir hnuaekeepiag reeiaa Uallmlted Apply Phone I471I. 

hoi water, iigiii. gaa, elevatar. Maaagad 

by Jaa A Griffith. Fkoae MMU I f^yfQ 



iRUtg aaartmaata; kat aatori 
elaaa la. Fhaaa TlUt, 



BLACKPOOL LODOB— Mra 
Pellaa facing aea V 



Its Topaa A 



Cl V f « N I 

Pheoe 1117 



bllakad IMI 

"AdWtlalag la ta 
aa ateam ki ta maakHiafir'' 

WHAT'S 

MANVFACTUmBO 
IN VlCTOMtAt 

Vbb 

ran. 

and 

.hnuld. 

find 

Alt I 
for 

youraalf 
at 

Ike 

1 1 r>m e 

f ..dueta 

Fair 

Take 

the 

chtldraa 
with 



DELHI HOTBI^— Uaaaakeoalag aad alagl* 
raama MT Tataa St. Mra Bbeltoa. 

FURNIBHBD rooma. It a week; alao 
heueekeeptng mnma 1117 Johnaon BI. 

HOVB IxMlge. il* Michigan^ 
ing roo.ne. Phoae 72SIO. 

TWO faralakad bouaekeepiag roama an 
Wiiiawa ear llaa. lis maath. tiMladlag 
URkt aa d iw siar liM Paihouaie st 

i} AND t kaapskaoplag rooma. 7SI Vaneoo^ 
— v.r ^t Phoaa III7R 

7*-M Bt'l«r>«TT AVr~— Houwkeepmg 
ream «itii kUchenetie; als* fprnlshed 
raomsk kaard opiir.nai 



tl 



arala«>. IN 
IM FsBrt sH aa BIk 



(aewty dee* 
N. Mallaad, 



m. i 

• room cottage. 1 1 1> i roum 



AFA 



rptJ Rem 
I < as ' 

to i< I 

e* f . ., »' 1 I , 1 
II 

above add' •« . • i 
p n, or phone i ohl, 

rr RiMtMKO maariarn bangalnw. good lore 

*' tiaa. aewty doaa ap. tiMiadlag water, 
III lA IM Blrn rao Mfeat. 

■tWhA ttrMNYaiDB. S reams (Oorga dla- 
XACn trict) |?l tlS« Fernwood 7 



i<v)R saU'-oaat (karatoaa. yoaag). gaod 
I milker, daa April, ^aak. MM liilst 

Avenu'. Oorge. 

rpilRKh: horaes for aale, weight, l,fSS aad 
L i,tSS Ibe.; age. i aad S yeara Apply 
Jamea Talley. 114 Paald Mreet. 

1 « r ^ vTBO ta bay pIgA all slaas. Wa give 
^< " nd pricaa aa tbam. Flaaaa phaae 



YOU.VO Iriah ler , ., . ^ , 
aire. chamolon lUeiuurt .Nipaoiua. 
Pbaaa Calaaita ML. 

BABRITS 



ft Fi I i 
.11' ' - I 
rverytblog Juei ovinauie.) 

ImST 

C I M H \ I .- 
Ill Tal'aNl rn.na 
Oakland aad Poatlae Ueaiere 



TMB GRBATFST VAM'K.i^ KVMl 

• ' FK I ;ri:i> 

For oaa Week Oitir 
Chevrolet 4Mi va«' IM*. Niarhed dawa taa 

int 

Overlaad IS; wae |ltS, marked dowa la flit. 
Reo toarlag; waa IttS. marked dowa la lilt. 
Overlaad Caualry Clabi waa IISS. markeit 

dasra ta IIM. 
MeLaaghlla Master SU: was ItOS, marked 

down te UN. 
Ford Coup*, iftf; waa NM, awrkad «awm 

to |4t|. • 

■tudekakar Big SM: «a« MM, marked daw* 

tn ItM. 

Orav t'nri touring waa |i'<a . , . doWft 
lo tt»i 

f.'liandl'r lourlag, was t<k*. rnaikr.l 'lOWa 
In |i>60, 

• 'veriand 4 OgaRai WBB MM, BMrkad dawa 

to |2»t. 

Dadge raadatar: waa MM, ssarkad dawa 

„ to IMI. 
Overlaad 4 

tollM, 



toariat -'• !ts«. marka* 



, Au w (.Auri 
Caartkdf Street 



OAKLAND 

TOURING 

I CMKV. TOURINO. 

ovarhauled 

I I '11 THI ' 'K \ I -n 

I 'l 'Mil '1 11 1 M I 
0\ERLA.SI< Tot'KINU. aeif 



Ml 



$275 



1 la < >nt arm Ni rcl. 

sii room modern 
' ' sarag' Apply at 
•.|a> hetwe'n 2 and « 

. 14 1 1 1 : r n ; 



KINGS! KY Rabbliry Bieadera. deaiara 
and irnportera of fur -bearing rabklta 
IttS Kingaway, Vaneouveti RC. 

^^^^•^.^esi'fc'. w ...w .ea.%a»e..a«^i»aaa^.aae.aaaaaaa» 

taSCSIXANSMIB 

8TRAWBBRRT caltlvatar! aHaast aaw! 
hargala. Lave. BIk Lake. KaaMi^ NT. 

kXTtomomxuMm sb 



rnRTBI.BR -4 
iifu 



M 



I condition. 

•ledel 

^WRI.L -4" TOUMINO; alaaa ea- 
rea. lata 



A COST f a tata k ad flai. naae m, all ran 
vaaiearaa Pk«a* SIMR. 



AT Mt. B4warda. Vaneenvae Rttra*!^ — Fur 
alaked f7at ^ real Phaae 1141 

VCOVFORTARI.Y rurnlabed 
.'ilie elan 4 roomed tinf iir n .ah .-d 



k« 

ladaairlaa 
aad 

beot> 

the 

rnnaey 
al 

home 

KRWTOH 
APVBRT 
AOBNCY 



arate enlranrea < piece iMthroom*, 

1 7 44 For< ,«ii Phone t.'»7RI 



t "..irned 

•<ep 

gas. 



Wit 



W'irtK Saa<-ln« anA aeiaetal taMraettag 

»♦ oea a lien-. I '.I . StI Ci 



t atiael 



at 



It Wrttera aad 
Caairaetare 

Maltigraph and Mln-enaraah r-treaiar t • 
lera and Pooearda Addrapa t ag Hailln* 
Ral»» -• -4 for l-aegL Dvalalan and 
' 'ign T'iibR4 aliaae 

BMte X. »iaak Btdc . Fkaaa WU ■ 

f 



ASINOI.K furnlahed ataam heatad aalla. 
^ Oak Ra y Frawi Hat Phene 1||L 

4 T ~I*li 

a'\ RrtgAl 

• ir^f ii-niehed 



' . Ik l 1 «* 

1"J» I 'l. t.erton < 
•an. % rooma. t - ' 
14*, IS2t Yalee 
|4t. 1742 



I - ' l« 

rta 



Hillalde I 
"■"a t;7 ta 
'■.' a tin 1714 Richard 
CaBN bridge, S ronen*. 
r . na. IJI SI l.lndee 7 
^rt. It rooma. Ill Sit 



View. S raamA 111: 114* Johnann, a rooma 
tl4, 1217 Caak, I reams, 114 H O Ualby 
A r* SI4 V>»w, app. S^aear'a ^ 



TO 



■>IRINC? 

■ I K. 1 1 1 . 1 r r 

» ' fi I , at 
iilXiE ROADBTER 



,.$1575 

; glaaa aa- 

ilOTJi 
$450 



«•.".» 
11- . 
Use 



BVB BROS, LTD 
Faige aad Jawatt matrlhate 
sae Feel Street Pho 



2ttl 



rxijnnn IN— g ar 4. 
' abiy 
Calaalat. 



eleaa. 
aattaga 



ifart- 
IMS, 



Miip roadaier. sarriflre Phona 



ItlJTtr ' nart 124 linden Aveawe 
Fnralhaed or unforaiahed enite. adal' 



WAMTBD TO RI 



I' 



AN aaeaplloaaUy 
nr anfarai 
Lladan Aveen* 

AT M- r.,»..n A pa '•--■'«'■ Ml 'la an-. ' h-a 
fa. KalTfl-ll i,f..,1 a'lll* h^a'^-t m a., 

41S Miehlaan atraer 



AT Cya Do Myr, 
Largeat 



i'bone 4SS4U 



nc with I 

runf||||0 



, la aaa dally 
N«. Mallar4. 



tan ar 

ERNIB Mllab'S OABAOB 
IM View Street Fkaaa 17 7B 

NOME RKAI. ROTS 
1114 STAR touring, in eicalMRt 'iti'~ i\ 

eaadioon . , . »?♦').)» I 

llll FORU toarlag, aalf -aiarter, ear 

la Al tnechaalaal eaadlttoa . 
till Ft>RI> delivery, la raal gou i > , . 

raaalag order 9%*9 

1S14 CMBVROLKT Coupe, ballaen Urea. 

t>4M<o Balah, treat aad near bmnpora, afava 

tire, mirror and wlndaltl^ld < leaner 

. ar haa had eieellenl ' are and 

la a raal bay 

FOMO SadAk. lot* of estraa; aat 

raa IM mRea . 9' v*9 

C i. McRAB 

sit Yatea Siraai Fkaaa ISM 



IH' I.H.'V S,!,... «i It I line .M.ari 
lala rnudai. IJri 0..»-,.iei Itit In'o 
ef -ilraa |li« Ii'.lg. .,.,ta"r i»3« l'..«B'a. 
IJ1I l»l'l Ford llgl.T ,1.11. 'ry w;rh J* 
body, fill. 2 yorda. lit and f4t. Bpe'ial <a 
traaha: iH-taa Faderrt, tMNl f-fo" s.- 
pohllc. ItIS i-i.a MatwTHT rVmi aeaiet 

motor II** :i* l..n Oa-'i- d ||7« i,^ 
OM' |(t* I .on Pa'kart .a'a model. 
WIta gcBeraior aad eietirlc itgnia II, ItS, 

I^Tlatke. raae 




ODARAfrrUP ITtSD tTAIW 
IStl T 'i n I so, tkia year-e liraaea 

In. iid'.l al 

IMB CUUPR. 



1 II ' R 4a '' la.' ■■ 
X nae coodiooa. i 
iigalar faratlM 
Fkaaa TINX. 

A las k a 



rwi a I For - r ' T a n 
with Unlveraai driv* aad 



im 

i< a ' 



cuLPR. M faatl « 
TIIIMIR BBWaMi 



■dllta^ 



sT (MaiOFT 
BR< 
tkraa 



I I f.TAIMPMa(VBRT 
ISM ROAOPTiaC wHk 



W*' 

V V n 



NTRP to ree' • . t 

m4tdara hame W .mi be in nigh lo. a 

oaii MaltaMa taadai : aa fkaaHy. Baa l«ts 
r~«toaia(. 



Kit 



itara »4t Fort St Phnne 



Paaa a .4 , VV*^'''^ •« 
k Fkeae | vY cbaala«— Fally modera 



p*a f aiaklF aaar wai 




g. 

>.Md 



L,V>R Rato- Late IS24 rhevroiet Tnor n 
A_ j a at aa a— d aa aaw, aaly aaa* i,m 
mSkw; petvaS4iSF awaag. Fkaaa SSfeU 

VJ^OBD aedan, newly palB"^ 

raSMlag order, 'ord tires ani eM'e, 
~ MHU 



new r Irea 

I4J1 T. .i n I NO. Wedneaday 

..nl, 

OOARAMTRB. 



alaal Aofaet 

ar 



$:U5 



i> 



StI 



fWaiidMSVBS^SPlaB a* akas 



KORt) tnurtaic 

•'<«•-' Caald arraag. 

I sisau 



• erma 



nd ■ 
F»»e »a 



THfc. DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., FRIDAY. AI'RIL lo, 1926 



ID 



K Matt iox Busy Re«tdei:srrHoiise and Business Pcoperty for Sale and Exchange 



ACTOMOBILJi: 
4C*atiB«M > 



MAflTKHS MOTOR iO . 1-TI> 
THE UAftAUK WITH TUK CAR UN 

turn ikk)r 



hav« • larv* slack at 
«lllch «r* InvK* ynm t» 
AmosK (hrm nr* 



rORM 

»' HANK I. IN 

i.k\in(;t«>n 

IkiAX WKI.I. 
HT AH 



( « 'un I inu<»<1 > 

{^■VJH Halo A U.l> ■ bl( ), !«■ In 
<lilloii. for IJ'j I'tDnif 77:»M 

1.^0 r a lludgr M'hiivorlh 



L"VlK t4«lr 



kl«jrcU. (oo4l (ua4illoo. tH Apply 6*7 



LOST AJn> FOUITD 



iSStttSlSU - 



SI 



IHAVa tor Ml* • 
■•■aiB« AiMkA far 
•ad djr*4. r««4/ tor MM* t« Ji 

Kit CUra IMraMk Vlaia^ PI 



■ m a — t of 

di 



«|4»T 



1 OUT Brown packetkoak, vim «M af 



I08T Hravr awcalrr. t>>u>- and mrmw* Mik 
^ ln"l It-war I I'hni,^ JTITHJ 



I'h'.n- 14 I 1 



««n «f« 



MAaTMUl MOTOK C0>. I'TI> 



I oHi H)n Monaftjr plgbl. I« ally, bUtk 
1^ u.n« ia;la4 cMlHir MaaUt RawftrA 

K'hon* Ull • 

If'ST Yillna .r 
I'd. Ml- 



•Htar. liAMla.* 



Kin.lrr pi'**" i.fi.ri- H » V 



]' >rtT l.a"1y» l'-«ti-T h;iri ;bait on Mala 
J ha> Koa'1 b-'i>t>-ii Virtorla and liun- 
ran. on niRhi .>r KriOa>. »i h RawarA. Me* 

ViMIr- r»>l,r. W.airu.inie 

^TK-\Vj;u l.a^i hklarday, WRlM Wea« 

Hl«klu4, aa« ya*r Jumaa har- 

(>'<rin« Mtma wtll Ma praaarMad. Phona 



JI, 



«BD YAO OUARAMTKBO 

USBU CARII 

Ara lara to Buy, iMeaaaa Tbay Carry 

•.m MUM ao. 



on flr^a i*,tt»lti "fi^- yrar, on* yar if'Jarafi'-«- 
'Ti r.»rtrr/. .tin-. «/• \jiiil<»r fh- Hrul-- 

bak^i^^aouIac(urani^^V^|adga to lha fubUc 

t— All wm6 «a«i **ara« to tba p«b- 
tlr alialt ba hanaatly roprasMtad. 

? All HludabakT aul<>rTint>i|'a whK h 
aiM ^(K OrliM'.l I «'« li/iv" 
b<-rii pr»p«rl> r*> umliilonad. and 

•>«rry a lO day suaraataa far 

pia<'«m«iit of defvptiva parta aad 
, atrvlgo nti ak) juai m »n( a 



y^xrRt.MCNT appartmity for «o«9t«i wiin 
,,r without rinn' ehiMraa, i* aMuire 



l - ry waad ca' i« ( '.nni '< u.iiiai » 
markad wtU> Ita prica lo biaio 
fl*«r«a. tfeai »rtM. Jmi m 
th« prira of oar aav cars, la 

rlBKIIy main I a Ui'xl 

may drtva U for n«a daya. and 
tfeaa, If Mt aatlMlad for any raa- 
tttm It bark aad app(y iho 
-- I credit a* tk« 
^ oibar Mf la 

I ijar<l. 



•tock 



Nat only to tha publlr. but alao to Tba 
Madababar Corporation "t <°aiia'la Ltd., 
■kaaa aata wa aall. w« pu4a» *ii>>'r«aaa t« 
ttta abava aeUoir la aallfas uaad cara. 

JAMMON MOTOMl LTD. 



Balaw la aa ■■aaiaW af tba Vala** W« 
Mava ai Praaaat 

kfooo, run 



II I • ( : 1'. A K I'Mt 'Jjie.-M- -^H Tnlirinf 

' i .'■■I ^ ' . 1 ' ^^ h * . 1 !i t.tt ti 

liraak aod rvllaiattad la a ricb luarooOi^ jun 
a law Ibaaaaad mtlaa. ^ - - 

Oaly 

aTUDBJtAKaA Utbt au T .urine 
X.tt^l£l (Rod Tad). wlthAxlraai ti>>i u.^ i 
NVhl'Vatcht rar on the iTiarkti 
All radaiahad -^OO 
Ith.o l.i(hi VVrt(bt 7 faaaanfar, 
»iMi rxa; ruB* aad #1 QQfC 
luuka Ilk* 'L w ' 'Illy ^LiJ(r*3 

f A*>Q oAKi ANi> .SIX Taartac (i<- i i oi > 
Xv^StO in baauiUul #W4k^ 

aaadltiaa i wOOO 

CADILLAC Madal IT T-PaMdM«r TaaHat 
UMI Ta«l. laialtMd tab 



BUCC' aa t'y r i uit 
f'honr *HTI 

AN ( il-l'' '!( I I ^ 1 1 1 I ' I! ■ . .M l-.i I-. .V I Ml 
I.Mi A HKAl, HI .■^1M.S> 

HALP lataraat la saBaral^ aloro on V'an- 
roavrr laland, rarrylng (rocorlaa, dry- 
k'' l.<irii" an. I nhoon liardwara, air Hi... k 
>" ..I ,ii..iiii.t 11. .11'..' rialldlng. t[ij. u 
n<iiir*a. rtr , »xlra A Kood payroll (nw [> 
all yoar raaad. Apply. Brat likStABao, Ho> 
lltl. Colaatst. Na aaanta. prinelpala nni> 

EUMMUIMAN. I* jwara eaaM milla. cm 
la««at 110* or mora lit mUi or ratail 
vard supr. inifndxnt ar atkar aaaaatlvb 
pnaiti.n Mani'.i A.i<ir«aa ftiU Rartlaalua 

In linx ltij>> ' ..I'inlal 

(ANK iif 111.- oMrM . »ijhiihhr,| ,, , , i. ir 
' dialributora In \anroiiver. handling . nr 

of tha papular Amarirap rata far tk* rniir« 
fVixrinra, wiabaa addiilaadi «a»ital (or >-i 
panaion. Thar* la aa inunadiMa a Ma taa 

a partnar who ran invaat fraab fliMb t.> 

l)& o«n Hox IIT3, Colonial 

A N r h: I . S 1 1 . a 1 I r 1. 1 1 r - • ; . . r y t. u s I II '* a.. In 
■ ood locality whvra thrra la room 
for aipaaalan. Raply aUltlM tiurMVar. atoofe 
and prioa fur cM|i. Ma ajaaiB Baa 
Coloatal. 

'ANTBU far pliaal "OaapalMMw. Plea", 
aaad full partiealara, prico and tarma 
to P P. Hlcca, SM Pombarton BIdc. 



rt'RMTL'HK ^OVINO 



A BOOT faraliaro oaavta*. pachla*. ablp- 
ptac or storaflo. ao« Joovaa A Lanb 
Traaafar Ca. Parwardlw aad dlairtbaiCara. 
Cri rataa oa frolcbl ta Baatara palata 
Offica ahon* l»«T TtT Paadara Amaaa. 

Aai.H MOVkMa — Uaa aioaaara M« vaa. 
RMOBaabta rataa. Pbeaa >«lt 
^■■■■■■Ma^vaMeaKaaaBBMaaHMaiH^HaHaMMaaawaa 

rixx>K HVHtr Acuta 




BaOKBM wladawa. laadad pla 
H Bv - 



turaa. IH» DavU ffeaaa 



rasalfa^ 



JANITOR 8KKVICE 



TAMBa V CARROLL. daiaMtIa Jaallar 
aarvica Talopbaaa btt. Carpat and 

faruliura eUaola*. Flaara Waxad aad 

pollabad by aUotrta aaaahtoaa. Wladawa 

riaaaod Ueovara f«r ra«t. Otfica work • 

apo«laUy Ltabt dallvary. Tarias raaaaa- 

abia 

(lAHHICNH plannsd. rlvarlna aradlii( 
T fpijLinc diainlng. al<l«walka. Ivnnia 
couriK laana (uarantaad. alii iibbarlva and 



I (X kwork 



In. lualva priua. Pbaaa 4a<tR. 



IANnm'Ai-E ami flat «ardaai«a 
J r^ptr^i 1 fhona 74 1 

laAW.N MOWKKM 



IAWK m awa y p aharpaaad, 
-i and aaeoad-haad. PlUac 
Collaclad and dallvarad fraa 

Hroad Pliona l«t« or 71IIK. 



Mai 



LAWNUUWKHa aharpaaad. rapairaC aal- 
lactad. Work caaraaiaad, 
d»» part. — ■ - 



il, aaatrally 
iartRl. ddfat * eom- 
•lataat >c>... i '-tix b.jiineaa at aMll axpanaa. 
TOU I t ■ I I I VI i HIS. It alaaaa at 7 

a'alaek, alav uundaya. 

m <MlfV— ^■QH'T OROCBlllBS. HOMB 
V-LaMIV CnOKINO. CONPBCTKiWBRT. 

rt'- Spl.T,.)!! !y attraellv... .-.iitrai lueatlaa, 
«" ! .-.J ... I J . .1 Ijoimj 13'. H ! V at bla 
pr.ifii. UHI'.ATl.y Kl.l.i. I I. I'.|; QTirK 
MAI.K 



OAK BAT 
niowara 
tarpad. $l. 



iJTOOORAPTOra 

LITHOORAI-HINO — LltbovrapblB*. aa 
■ raTtnf aad anaboaaloa. Noihlac tao 
laraa aod Botblaa too aoiau. Toar atatloaary 
la yoar ad*aaea ajraal. Oar work ~ 




Want Ads 

Tf*m can ttlepboae rem aRaw«'» 
well aa roar claiaiftod adwti*«- 
■•♦ota to The Colonlat. Re»<l«»« 
»re often intereated in WroI Ad- 
miiacmcnta that do set carry ^ 
"•oca or addrcaaca of adrcrtucra. 
but a Coloniat bos nwabv. For 
the acconsoKMbtlon of thoaa read* 
wito find it inconTanieat to 
write an anawer, and to acrrc the 
•dverliaer better, w* will take re- 
pliea to Box Nombcra over tb« 
Ulcphone. 

The Colooitt Service is avaiUMa 
from 8 a.in. to 10 pJM* 
SuiKUjr*. Pbooa II. 



wwm«a 



rotrt. BAT ©ismicT 

ATTRAi"TI\K modern aiiicco l.vincalow 
ri.nlalnlna fina living room with lire, 
nica dinlaa riHjin, watl-appolntad Uatch 
kitokaa. two niaa kadraaiai aad kalkraawt 
bardvoad kordara to flooro. Caaaaat kaaa- 
maal, ata. I>et ••>iio iiaraKa. Haaaa la 
•itaatad *■ aio* strr. i »iih i<..utbarlp aaaaci. 
pR.C. 

R P CI.ARK A ro LTD 
Vli-w aO'l Itroad Mlr.'rta 

U1£A( II imiVB, l^AK UAT 

ANBW T.ROOMBO RTUOCO BUN9A- 
LOW. with hardwood flaor* kat watar 
haal. larsr rrmrnl baxoiiient, taVMdry traya 
nuinarouf vxTiaa i*1'H' *• f'.r % raoma up 
alalrs. lot 7t I 120. and 1 1 1 aga_ Tka prIca 



K T. OAT * oa 



FAIN n.VO AND 



PAINTING. doeorallBC. paparhanglae. kal- 
aomlBlas. Material and workmaaahlp 



WORK 



T ALLJBN. Plaata r a r - aa H — taa aira* «a 



PATKNTS 



«•>» t««4 !«(»» Tataa Mtraat 

FXTRA .sri:<TAI. .^NAI* 

.... I'.. . I T 1 1 r K 1 1 1 

Wiiy J ay Kant When Vou ( an Huy 

aa CkoapT 

\VI5RT attrartlva 7 roomed aoml-bun 
ira'r»w fa"'*'!' ' h ;x I ' f t ^ I'l I r<r\ rrn,,j, 
.* n .1 1 1 \ M (['.... n, .[,...,• |. < (i; I o. . ti. < - t r n t 
'.lundalluoa up lo firil door, full caincnted 
iiaabw i aa u kat air faraaaa, alatlaBary taka. 
'iaraaa. T..arpo front porch. Kaatarly 
axprri Averav al»» li.l Kruir ir^^rt 

you It, 000. So why build when you .an 
purakaaa oama for an eirer.llnaly 
qaaCatlaa of ll.m? Mortcasr ti.too t . 
aaaaaaa. Caah payment |ii7( balaaea Ilka 
'eat. laimadlate |K<aaeaaion Kivaa. 

KirtuMva Affrnla 
H •; !'AI,!IY & 

tn Vlaw, Oppoalta apaoaafa 



■ovfOBB won aAi£ 

(Coalinurd I 



St 



PtjMBkiKTu.N a SON 



OAK BAT 



BQC8ES run BAr£ 

iCoatinaed > 



odara 



j^fVEV mxiMM on aleaiy traad lat 



11 rat 

Uaa aireri l.arae drawta(-raMB and 
dintns room 4 badrui.ni> i or 1 ka dr aa m a an<l 
a dea) Thia la a really nlea kaRB* thai 
haa Jaat eaata aa the niarkr.! aad tka artee 
la witkia tha meana of aoyona 

Pall partlcalara on paraoaal appllbaUaB. 

NBAR HIGH BCltOOL 

^TORT-AWD-A-HAT.P RtTWOAT^W. hav 
1^ inx r^vr ri...rt.ii and ton v^^nlrnrea .»r ih.- 
KTr>uri.t f1 ."1 ar..1 f 1. t . «< an... tier r . ..>[■. a in II.. 
aitir i<a'«4i« and liui alt heaiina >■»• 
laid iBto tha haaaa. TkU «a aa a tlral-ciaaa 
airaot aad a* Bat k* MM aft oaei. Fartkar 
aartiaatefa aa aa all aa tl aa. ^ 



ir TOV WANT INPORMATION ON 
rAliFlBL-O PROPBRTT WB 
VmCK^BTBOLT MAVB IT 

PKMBBRTON A SOB 
tM P*rt StTMt PtMM lU 

at tha Raal 

af VlataptB. B.C. 



9t1.1(Ml — fAMTII'UI.AKUT Bice n>o. 
, vA»»^'v/ ruiiaaa. brifbt .lean and r 
fortable t>lalaO>PB«n. wall Ailed kitrben. 
two (ood badriaiaa, tall baihioum. Urce 
, la'.len. front lawa. vara«a Two mlaaloa 
I 11. airrr, car Baanlnh taiea tlDO ('ASH 
4 **>1 Kl\ B KoiiM buafalow. Aauullli 

V^i-«/vF atrMt. Hiaiia. attraitlva and 



partlcalarly wall baltl. AU vood alaed 
looma. pADellnd sad kMMML'VMB fmace 
Full lol KA.HY CAMTMinaMT ANI> 

MONTHLY TBRMa. 

h- NBABLT M« toar-reaat ki 



$4750- 



law: fnoat room with apoa Bra. 
hrlphl kltckaa^ two liedroonia. balbrnoin ao.l 
baaeiiient La|^ lul ('l..ae lu Kaay laira 
T.";.<1— aPBClAl.l.Y appeallna to Ib- 
koma-lovlnil auburb.in.l- - A 
aeeen room modarri huuar ..f i...;. .auig ap 
peaiance and tnio<.d>iu|[ ail il." , . n > .f u..-n. ra 
anJ attra. lion!, of « .li> r'ai.lrn . ll.f.-. 
Bcrea of aplaadid laaU. wall cuuivaied Iruiia 
aad antall fralta, lata af f la warn, kalM and 
ahraka- Ctanda kith, with ro*d viowa 
mirw.Hlla t'ircl*. paved ri.ad iiiiarvaolnc 

TKmatA 

f HARRT AMPHUBTT 

OsIm Bank BlAa Pka*a Mt* 



$5250 



S' 



JIHI RHAN IIOMK. S •» arrea. 4 mllea out 
pawl 'Oa.l I '.111. f ..»t a 111.. < ro. lined 
lioua*. III. light, iiij w..[rr pluniblntf, 

etc. (.'bickan hooaaa. barn and (araca. All 
aaad laad. aaSar ealUrattaa; aU klada at 
Fralt trata SK<as waiw la a««ltlaa ta «Hy 
_ taiaa. T»r ^ 



iSMTIaI 



OR NKMl OKFKR 

JLBl RHA.V HK.VIK an'l tarje (ardeo, Jual 
nulalda <iiv in lo\rly altaallen. Tory 
ahellered. but only fi"w minutta from a*a 
and aireet . ar I'hiik.-n >inua<* email barn 
for .in' row. Kvrry In, li .f Kardea la under 
cultivation, amall frulta of all kinda In 
abundBBca. alM fruit trwM aad Taattaklaa. 
Very well built all'inadorn t-raamad kaa- 

(rtl » ''I ' ' 'ni haaetnrni waak tak^ 
'><■.<• s»w«r ei^irir llgkt aad 
waiei Imirt raay. Tarma (IvaB. 



HBISTBBIIAM, WBIIAM * CO/ 
M . . MS Tlav SiMat 



Kill. I I A i:r. UllITi I' 

k:a KjhT siiKLKi rm'.Nt; ii: 

RBAT. E8TATK 

riNANCIAI. AM. !.NSI UAS( i; A.ii:ST!« 

ON KAbV I'AVMfc.NIr fl.AN" 

*OKAAr-Maa aaak aad kalaaea at •% 
•aiAWV wiff atVa paaMaataa to a f-roomad 

modern hunKBlow In KurUllh with full oua- 
creta baa(*;ii.<iit . rurna.r an. I waah traya 

All rooma ar.- g I ai/ riir bungalow 

la well conalrurlMl a n I, ». i .la i rii on a (oo<i 
ataiMl lot, with aav.-rai iiuii trrea la bea 
IBR. ClaM l« U UUciric Hallway and 
Oarfa watara. Tatal artaa »>.••«. 

I 1 1 Al■|tt:.^ AMI NK\« .M il l,H\ 

him; A I,. . vv 

Jl t^T oula'ilr tuy linilla on pavrd pirrel 
Tha laad la in hlah atata af ouiiiva- 
tlaa. tlla drained and with Ptahar Irrica 
'Ion ayalem Inatalled The major p..rtlon la 
planted tu loaana. raapberrlec and rhubarb 
The hnuae la of atlrartlv.^ dralcn with full 
ronrrri.- i.aarment and furnaeo aad aqalppe.l 
Willi all MioUern t onvrniencaa. while lli' 
rioundK aurrnundlnx the houae ara laid out 
In lawn i<>.d dri\»««y (eadtna to a gooil 
Carace and workehop Poultry hnuae and 
runa provide accamniodatlon lor ?no bird* 
Hlah, healthy lacatinn and altoaeiher an 
aMaRtlaaal al«M af prapariy. PRICK 



lAta OPBO B f lWI TT 

VIEW 8ITK AT IxfW t08T 

U'L ..llrr esiluaiTaly t2 (eel irualaaa oa 
I i. e .at BaadL Oak Bay 140 taat dMp. 
lai.na a«-a apd taawMBlBB and «la«r aarar 

ran be obairucted Oa a alupe. uftartap rary 

little building .lifrivuiiy tkima oak Iraaa 
and ahrubbcry <>tiiy (o...! hoinea In virlally 
Abai.luit.ly a aift at iiia piioe l*aO , aah 
WoUl.l itimK.* a ail. Ill irv>ri'UlaU'>n l*'lral i^vi 
Ban to i.a> a depoaii vela ii Worth at lea at 
• l,«Ov today 

BBACB OBIVB. AT WlUiOWa 
^urwu JUOT. rsaua, al aaMar DalkapMa. 



PUia BOIUIDtO SITB. UnaAMIM 

(17 S lia FBBT avatava. rnntalnmt almnat 

a hair a«ra, kaa«<<r.iii> n .,1. 

•lopa lawaraa raad. MaanKtcent paaoramio 

rlaw at al«y, ■ 
tarma m 




OILUHPIB. MART A TOBBd Vm 
fll Part atraaft 



1> t ' Y V . - II I ti 11. n 1 1 I . h I > . I at t a now. 
* (I .11 1 at^f. within th« I iiille clralab' 
10% caeli and 110 per iiiuat^ If 
lota with »0 ft froata«e at Ittt (ar 

P. tllsaa 2l>t l't.|nberlnn IIMv 



w A I Mil l;i I.N r l ..r liAHliAIN , 

I.. I I U .I ooiaMa Tialaria 
Approaimata alM 



I af prapari] 



$1 



(Mill >^'>H nice llttia 4-riM.m buaealow; 
yr\ry.f . ..^r nsht. una ahlahaBkaMa. 



gooil g Ii I 1 . 11 
Ml»K« )■ 



I . rma re 

I. ri..ii HI, It 



p. r. 



%1 ICWI OKOCKRr. gi....l li..ali.n .i ( 
vr I i.y iiniiia. Owaor "..v. I. la 

•u|.p.iri Inn I lui >|.l.- Now ato. k . i it .^4 
0 1 1 u n» « ' 1 I it..-'. I \ ! n I room a I ■: - ' I .* 
fflj 1 W I I i A It A. . 1. I' ll.- bualiiraa . ' 
'l?l»Hnf palra. k>a and oil Hplendid 
rrr ■ ' « , 1 ..-at ton 

• ".•".i U k -BILLIARD AND POOL ROOM8. 

^1. MM! aaantahto kaaMap-aa tka 

tonal i-riM aaSMda afeam haMaaat of 



t taad tiraA 

Only 



dMB klaa . 

mm'. 



Kf^y} run l,l)Oo mi.ea. i Jj" J 

b..i n tiraa ^ < 4.) 

lit.) I HASH T-Paaeanrar. In ttFiXll 
1 • 1 toad ordar. BaAalakad far wOOKJ 
CHANDIaBB T.PMMaaar, la aaad 
l.l-U ranataa ardM. JJJ^g 

la flral-elaaa 

$^«)o 



only 

(|\l,RI.AMi M..1UI OO," 
' (.r<i» r I ti ■ .» I ' >■ ■ na 
battery. A winii.-iriii anaP 

CHBVItoLKT Baby Cran l M 1 
atar, la cood ruaalog 
a^i^^i(, .•«.••••.•••..»•.■•.... 



1921 




RB. LTa 



' ' 1 u 1 p 1 1 , . n 1 

iiAuur AUPHIaBTT 

IJI2 Union Bank /'td«. I'booa t>0» 

SPBCIAL HOTBL OPPOBTUKITf 
ti(>>/*A/\ MANni.ES one of tha forcmoat 
»r«>tHf|f himnraae. in the rlly. very 
J . . ni ally 1... ated. fullv fiirnlahad and 

e<|iiipp<d. i.irvi for touriat tra^i aaally 

lan.llr.l owner will runalder kaVM ar 
..ilirr properly In part trade 

WANTBO POR CI.IKNI 

SMALL baardlaa heuaa propoaitinn of 
about flftean rooma; claaa la; aultabia 
far tranaiania 

AI.PRBD CARMirilABL, A CO. LTD, 
tZt Vort St. (Al Hioad) t'bnne ItOO 

BMClWk— NU^B llttia confectionery bualnaaa, 
^HvW with llrlni rooma In eonnaetloa 
wifk Mtaa; rant of otoro aad roama tit a 
moatk. 

Jt*^*?fW) tiii«ln.-aa. lnrl.i.1lni[ h.ua- 

V'i^' " ' h.«iii. a'k-.- 'Mrk-ti li.inae ml k 
houae. 1 «i .a t..o.1 ,an 1 * ki"^>\ .-..wa "..p 
arator. b.>.i .-a .-t. frrt^ rang^ 

P. f llli.i;ri, 2jI Keinberton Bid* 

OMtaattpRary aad araMrp fca 
^ aaa r t m aat kloek. 



i, ORBT. reclalorad paleni 
XX attaraay. Paraaaal attaatioa. Pkoaa 
«H. ftl» Pagi broke troot. Platorta . 

lyATKNTs. trade marltA daalcaa. aopy- 
X. iicbia Pealfcaraiaakaaak A Oa^ thB aM- 

imyairiTiiiierifertr~ 

^ PCBUO RBIfOGBAnuni 




WHT aend "oar prlntlea 
wbrn foa can (at Ibem done beitar 



Blcke.'- and at the eame y 

!'^'.!l'i i " i * a ^aw^i *'^' 



era Kaat. 
>ae beftar. 
rkoa at Tbe 



LOOK I 

A MODERN « roomed IH-atory dwalllnv. 
In exrelleot condltlOB. BaMOiaat and 
fumaoa. Uood locality aad ST« Mtlaatea' 
walk fram tava. Too larva far ptaMnt 
owner. Mara car fara. 

$2200 

I'^irlualvp ,^»rrii- 
RoHMtT tJHl HIi ,v >. .-. 
Mahoo Ulock. 1113 l.i..veriimenl .Street 

THRAP HOMB 

lyrKN.HlI.I l l-IRICT. oulaidr rity l,„w 
A' tnii-a ll.iii acre of land In garden, 
eow barn, ihickrn huuae Kour-rMia aot- 
tafa, baaemriit. city water and UCkk Price 
lata. Proparur ta blfk aad dry. 

J. OBBSKWOOD 
lit* OavaramMt StrMt 



IV 



I'M MBINfi .^.M> HKAn.VO 



Bf^ FLUMBINU— Heatinc aad furaaoo 
work; aatlmatM (Ivaa. Bapalr 
trark aramptly attended ta. Pfcaaa Slfc day 



1411 rullaa Raad 



I' AI'Kltll ANt.lNti 



!«NAPa IN t'SBO CAM 

flj" I -it ovr.HI.AVn Rnd4a4er. "aa la •• 
^AXrU Need* a llllle fKlns up v> h 1 > 1 
could b.. dun' b> rtnyl.."lv in 

aaar* iliR*. S pew tlraa and 
kaitary aaatlp BBar. A Maa. 

ftlTR — Cl'KVttot.nT Taifrlna. a Band 
#ilO runninu llttia ear. Wilt BlV* 

K.iod a. rvire/ 

nvKRLAND •'«■' Taartaa 
V "n* wantlBd a ehaaa 
' na ear Birald bm tbia 

one. 



I>APKnMANtiI.Nii painting. by .Ihv or 
.1 ■ I ■ ' <• .. ■< -J. I I ■ . r ■ i.n > : I : 't It 

^^JtO\VC.\HU8 A.M> Pt>STKIUI 

4 aT poalara. ahowrarda. lettering, nona 
/\ irteirlal art J H MrMlllan 1*1 llnlos 
Hank Hldg , an Vlaw Ptreel- fhona 1 « !• 



BOATS A2VO laAVNC^DK • S« 



Vll.V.STRoMi nROfi Marina Waya. et- 
peri <.ia. hinlat*. lit KlnaMba Rtr'ri. 
fhone iAS4 

I ^-o^ >R Uairk t4*(»— ilVa Ct. matari^aBek. 
1 'o cUm aatat*. ASBty Bas iStS, Cal. 



I^'^oll Bale — I... 
^ r ar (K. \. ' ■ I 



y.-|., .ngin 
'auaeway 



tL. II 

Rnqnlra 



ClTX-POBD Tadar Badaa.* raaaa. 
ti ditianad and raaalataSi r«aa 
' aad loaka Ilka aav. 

AejHWCHnVROI.RT 0«a-Tan Track. 
VvtyV with deltverr body, la ftrpt- 

. r..ndiMon 

dkQX/l t'liKVHoi.KT 4 Paaa. Caapa. 

1*14 madal: laoha tika nav. 
kalloaa tlroA mo. Maat ha 
ao«a ta M agprMlatad. 



■ r . ' i^>' Paymaat. 
Laay Ttrma 



Sit Tia« dbaat 



Mts 



BABOAlNa BAROAINS 

BC. MOTOR i:,VrHANf)K.. LTD. 
Itl: Purl Hireet I'haaa 442 

KBAI.l.T iMARANIKKIi LM-1> CARB 
MVBRI.ANI1 to." a beauty for $^00 

ORA? IXiH r lou. i w « 1 71* 

T<.day only "i?! lo 

lltB|l<URI>. "'ih aiarier. one m.in ^ | ^)() 



'L'^UH Male- It ft launch. In firal-rlaaa 
JC eendltinn: I horaepower heary duty 
Regal enelne, hlfh lenalon Roach macneio 
All . mt Wolarty Road Foul Ray 

1,^..H 'Ki- 3& ft by 7 ft ( In.. V-bntioni. 
ralK I 1' 1. .nil.., I K to I k.P. Kermulh 
motor 1 M.I. 11.1., r..ofny co«ll pit. well 
•<IUlpped Alan new 12 ft. met Or dlBghy 

kalL, craa ka bmb at B. Faatar'a B«ai 
Warka. 4 It Bay atrMt. 

HOUHBBOAT for aala, fprnlakad. hot an^ 
rold water, bath and elrrtn. ii»hi. 
I2»0 rgah. Apply .J. Hodd i n 
henae. 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY »^ 

AOirojiAmATO 

AITTO Radiator and Fender tpoelallata 
Workuuanehlp thai rannot be aaoalleA 

BlTROEnn URuit 

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^BNTS W» buy need tenia, don't mlad 

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Atm oARPBarrnw 



Phaaa 

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JSATHB^ 

(^BT^AI. iiARDE.N^Bea water batbtog 
J not aaa water and Turktab batka Pboaa 



\LI. nihar worth while lypewrltara (If 
ihera be tueb oiberel are eoptaB SMM 
the I ndetwiind L'nited TypawrMM OC 
Ltd.. 7«( Fort at.. VIeterlB. B C. 

rpBB Ramtaataa partabto typawfltar baa 

I the eame keyboard aa tbe big marhin*. 
r.n ahlft.rg foi ngur.a la male la (aa 
ada." KainlBClon 1 ypawriter Co. of Canada 
^M^^&^JUaa^aireei^^TeMBBaaaBa^k^^^ 

^ WOOD 

DRT inalde Hr mlllwoed, ready for baae- 
meni; kindiina aad klaaka: M.M par M 

rord. Phone TltiR. 

OHAWNIOAN I.ake nilllwiid .r-oh 
O water). It < onl lo rit y, ...ii«i.l« Ik ,.i 
r 11 o I , .. 1 ft 2 

•^'"'^ aerdwoad, atora laaat 
»t-^*iSt..a Pka-i 

W OOP AWP OOAl* 

7 • oRD. 14 kail. SaUaaraS; haal 
t ..nt . .rdwaad. atava lawthk BtaBBaBb 

l^bon^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^V^ 

WINDOW CXKAKTKa 



BST valaa la tawa taday In a Jaat- 
rompletad kaaaalow In esreptlenallr 

|. eaaan' 1-.. atloa. Large panel*. I lutng 
t.mm wish . i.rn Bra and biiili in f..«iiirr« 
1. g boghi k.i. hen. wall fliir.l mi l having 
%rry a 1 I r a ■ 1 1 1 .■ breakfaat ro<.m v.ith vlaw 
ovar . IT;, an.l .siraiia; two aui.n. bedraoma, 
wall niled bathroom; ramanled baaamaat. 
HaiMa wall bnllt thratvkaat aad alaaly Ba- 
lakad. A raal karaala at t*-'**i_ with vary 
raaMBaMa tarma J. B. LIVSBT, 1*4 kay- 
ward BiMk. Tel. <««. 

(^tOST 4-ronmed coltarr In go.yl ndMoB 
J aad newly deroaa'rd. aiiuai. . .1 .i|ir|. 
hnorne St.. near KInca ltd . lot tOiUl fi . 
»i '.n tiTma. Phone I3I1L. 

ITiiI'MKH built on Inatalmeol plan. 
»- Modern honiea for eale on eaay tarma. 

I' M HALF., I ontra.-tor 

f .o "111 «lni«. I'll ,r>« 1140 
I'M. .'>• I H »•' M.iir *riK*( riVB 

n. VI I ^ i 1' * 1 H I- I i;i I . 
UFf'BKKl' AT A aACKlPIC^ 

HAVING to laava for tba Baatk thIa month 
the nwner of thIa beautiful Fairfield 
home l aa inioructed ua l.> find a buyei „i 
OB4)« at an eireptlnnally low flfure. A few 
of tha ataay taataroa af thIa areparty are 
SWBN LAROB, BRtOHT ROOMB. 

Plair Klaa.. irlndnwa. four bedrnorna llwr. 
/Inwna'i . r'aaaed in ale'ping porrh . mod 
ero Dutch ki' h*n artiaii, Interior dooara 
tloaa. BUlner..ll^ hill I in ■ n v e nloaBMi 

II AKPW ( lOli KI oon«. 
Pall eamaat baawmant, .NKW rurnara. get 
tuba eir Well-built garag* «'i' i»mrni 
runw.v. 1.1.1 H..l.^walWa I-.' a 
lawn 1..^,. flie'rlri in '< g ... |., 

Eaay arrraa i.. .iiy Thia .» ■ .. ^ y ui 

home and anarari'er.i i., 'i ». . laea i nditiwn. 
A BNAP ©l.~vl|ik ON KA8T 
AT aP*l>vU TBRM8 

Or owaar wllPlaalada ILiao worth of blah 
trada faraltdira tar M.N« aatk At Uia 
flaara tra a tlft. 

fWWBBIOM * iraaBBATa, LTD. 
Its Part Stvaat Baalaalya a«mu 



V^PLBNDID f-ra«mad kotwa in beat pari 
1^ of Palrflald: half blor k rmm eea anii 



nae block from Beacon 
oaptlaa raoBta. i< > 



II II Talk 
t.edrooing. 



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\V18B A CO., LTD. 

Pamkartaa BMa. 



\n<'TORIA WBST—a-rMm modara kriek 
V houae. three rttama down aad two bed- 
rooma and 1 piece katkraam aa. Laree let, 
large barn. ThIa katMa eaat ta kalld tt.lM. 
< ifferad aa* at iLTSa eaak. Lavaly aaa vlaw. 
It^oti Baat— 4-rMm roedata htiaaalaw, 
laat: I lotft ll«« Haltalf BtrML 
111 a BMath. 




TO Ilent. MelcboBin dielrlct- 1 >> , tiu 
furniahed and newly built i t: iiiinn 



ex ellenlly elluateil on fant, . , ,.. rfioni 
(Joi).| balhliig. hoailng and i -i . ^ rur.ninu 
w I'rr Convenient atagea anl ri.aij dully 
I-''.' fiirttier partl'^ulara phone Helniont .I7|r 



SAM CALTMRT 
PkaBa till Til Tataa MrMt 



Cow :■ II A N HAY 
Y'BRT daalrable realdenre. In rxrelleni 
• order, contalnlny drawing, dlnlng room. 
.irn. kitchen, panti^, hall, veranda. S bed 

I., .ma, 'lre."Ktng .-...im balhrnorn ).,i|..|. 
.; ..... iia 111 alM'. .riii'nf haarTi.'ii wh,,!^ 

tinuae healr.i «iin ..n'r.,! beating and open 
flreplacea In man. ....... a BgtaMlva Vlaw, 

pretty garden k.. t <i .' i Mpply. flaBlihia 
In I acr^a i-. . . i. ' . t 

\v A i 1 1 ■ H 
Real l"i';4t" ttii I Irinuranre Agent 
"'.iwUhan .lla'i.'ii |- A \ Riy. 

rpo Real Kalaii Agenla and othera Kindly 
A take note Ihat No. t>} Linden Avenue 

baa h».n wilhilrawn from Ihr n.arkrt for 

. I ' . , yr n'r 



PHOBMIX A88URANCB CO.. VTtt. 

1> 



PAlBTIBLiO nOMB 
■■VBM BOOMS 



3()«)KM 



tapk etc . , » - - • 

Maater Bu M. i.AiraHtelN. a real 4('Ml(l 

car Hi* " ' 

Uaater BU MaLAUOKUN ^t'*^! 

Hpeclal ^ >. M » 

I14.IDOK taurlna. a daady ^'^i*^"^ 

M A .\ w' Ri . I . T< I i 'itiNb.' la aaad ar.i - m < » 
four good 'lid ram tlrgft Si! I I 11 

Today at t.l* m'-l l\' 

III KKiiN Hupar Ml T-ragMa««r jU-OO 

III l>(»<>N Nuprr .SI I ( HO 

: naawng. r H M F 

FRANKLIN Luring. 4 cylinder, a •ftPiH 

real car foi a diM'inr or buteher , . aP«'*'" 
III4-I BTAK .Special, with ball.ona. nlrld 

Savaaal ItN CMBTSLBR Badan. ^ | ' *IJ^ ) | 

Fll 

$:vj5 

l>2l FtiRD to«rlB(. fully equiBp' l w 1 1. 
Mdw tirea (aanraaiaad), pama. Hr'nr> 

ai.'jiiv*^ •r..*'..s:i5o 

Tanaa aad Tradaa. 

ICMAMOR 1 TI . 
taw Part atreei 



JOHN T DKAVII.LK. Prop. B C Book 
ICarhaoge Library III Fart PI. Pboae 



IllUt K AM) CIOIKNT 

CMIM>>>'''TS. mani'la. lyoller work rament 

CARPKT^^XJCANW Q 

(■4ARPBTKRIA rci . 741 Fori Ptraot. 
J Ploneera of Marnllt.in Rearh ay^aaa, 
(Ian r*|.alra alterati^na 'ir Phona I4tt 



1BLANt> WINDOW * C AHPIBT CLEANINO 
CO.. 11? Fort Street Pbaae till. 
•TTia Ptaaeor Plrm" 
Hardwood Baora waaad aad pallahed by 

aleetrlr .narhlna W M Haahea. Proprietor 

Vl<~T'>niA Wi.Nivi'.v . I ii;ANii.n« rhon. i 
1144 Janitor w irk 4oue lieo Wlatar . 

twa^MviwMaB^nacMaMnnvxMMKaBMHw^B^H 

PROFESSIONAL.DIRECTORY 



ON TBRM8 
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Ai^nrroiiK 

k. kept, las ratarwA D. 



IgLANU wiadaw A Ciw^i 
017 Port at. Pka«a 



Claaatag Ca . 
W. U. Bnebea, 

proprietor 71 amIltoB-Baaek aad ahampoa 
aya4er«a Repaira. aUaraiioni^ Vacanma 
for real 



Ciw^aot 



HAUillS-TKnS 

FOOT A MANZBR 
Bamatera. aoll«tlara. Notarta« Bta^ 
Membara af MaMtaha. Alfcarta aad ~ 

Catambia Bare. Pkaa 
glll^j^ Nova Broil, WMp v...t 

< I ST»)>IS BKOKICU 



lively view of aai 
Cloao te boaeh 

la lOtlil and alt fo-^ ■ 
Hone* la nlc^l^^tald ant an 4 all 

M LAND A INVB B TM BI ft 
AOBNCT. LTDb 



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DTBUfO 



Baaallaat barvani— Ownar maat aeii 
Mct.AirniM.IN UBkt BU. la 

-» apa 

V itiaAmi. Blaahird. like 



. r.. I 

) 1 - I * 

brand new , . 

IMI OTMtlaAND "4" Spaelal. ' 
<ialek Ml* 

1'>:i I'llRVROLMT louring. In 
perf'- t akape 



YOOB TBBT BBBT BOCM— Taa-ra afraid 
ta aaad Oviaatal rva* (• the aleaa«r«< 
i%iir. thera'a aatbiaa ta ba afraid of wSea 
yon aend ibam ta the CNy Dt* WorkA be 
eanaa tbay will aaana baok to yea Uka a««, 
atiaalatalf aakartod Talapaaa* tA 

KNanAviva 



sraeUL TAMm 

IfkSi. BO'""^ "r^"-**' SaSaa. aavtppod 
XWmBt With front and r«ar kampara 
■Mamatla wtadahield wipor, aad laanv ..iS" 
amaa Tkia ear kM Jaai boon ao<' pi.t-iy 
avarttaalawl and maat ba aeon to # 1 1 1'" < t 

t" apprerlaled. Priao .. ^ I W. M I 

A K HUMPHRIB8 MOTOR.1 LIMITKO 

lis latM Straat P>-a a, 

CTCLB8 AND lSimNi< 



GBNBRAI. engraver, alanall ealter aad 
awe enaraeer Oao Crnwiher. Oreea 
Blork III* Hroad Btr4>e<. opa-alte Caioa tat. 

I>UVfi<M)DR — %VIir>I.li:.HAI..M 

nTatOLBBALB DRTOOOnO—TwrBer It*. 
YT tea A Oa.. Ltd.. whelaaalo drygooda 
Importara aad aiaaBfaetaror*. Maa'a far- 
alahlBga, taaiA Big Hera" Braad dktrt^ 

gLECTRICAIi CX>lfi m)^ 

ELBCTRICAL CaatfMtara Markort ^.«rh. 
ripaliA Mlaaalaa* Mighian t r>riv. 
i hoaa 



\nAM l> MoFFA y aurr..awnr lo Flndlar 
I "I'll..., A Hr irelabllahad ll«4i 

111 I nion III 1| I'hone Itl 



J. ^-•^^ 
lilf. 



LUClBP 



UOMK 



IBACHCROPT 




|R IRTVia HAII^ — Jewell ni«eh. aaraav 
Tale, .ml li.aglaa tleela 



OWBDIBH 11 
Ilea, radi 
)0 I and I.M 
«4 M»«raa(aM. 



diaat kaa*. ataat il a l ia . BWMk 
**-*<*f 90^ PkMia lla4. Miau 
R. AM., ffi'tf Pambortaa Btk. 



lawai Sala— A ehrra b4«y«la. Ml taat aao. 
JP dtllM. maaa- ttliBI. 



\- trKFK in/ii*n BWtafVfala tar Mia. 
a i I . n . .1 i~ . , n I . M oB, ^"^TBa kO BBM • t 

1 1 < : ... ..I"..!.! 1 ... . 

Illi ^ I I.R aale BOW »•> at ine Victary 

k.i«yrlea^ 1; IB ta |tt.M aaS «Hk 9SK 
aBaraataad. 



IIRIVATR BTATIOKBRT e 
dealga eolar The Co 
eial Prlnilng Dep&rtmMt. 




lyi^^ n S M * ilaaapk Baaaay, eftvae at isai 



Sl i ao i PbMa Itl. 



Mo^a yewr rarnitara by aaeaar Bt^ BM 
aeirk .el ..liable aervlaak iMiaBI 

i i. Ui WUMama. Phaaa klA 



ABBAL TONir to tba LOCKT . 
of thia charming praparty. la large 
greande alBdded with o..k. ant 
Bbruba, wiBdiag palba. an. ng . . 1 1 .|. 
flower iMMta lover II. 00" haa been ap'nt on 
the (aid'n alone I Uungalaw kavlag alg 
eannv i.Htma. open flreploe*; dlBIng room 
• itb eon nook, three bedrooma. one nf whien 
.* l.l'al fnr den. kllrhen l .ta of rlne". and 
eeparal' pee'ry t.al^ ' t .n? haa.rr..nl ami 
'<l'n»'» »■•«• lull i>>.-a I'-i.« r.mt 

I J " I "0 ■ «a*i t. « .r- - 1;, -f.n.h'T 

M Mgag' tl.too Creaa A Ca.. Balmaal 
Hroaa appaalW P.O. 



PBMBBBTOM BOAft Bl>kt-raam kaaaa. 
•«.iaa tar aalalt mIb. Bai |*N. Cal 
oalat 

MKRR la TOUR OPPORTVNITT 

UI viiRA BT , hiph part, aaat aide, m- 
miie rlrrle I 1 arr» and I roomed rot 
lac 'Hr watrr and light wno.i.h'd. 
rhtrken houae t nrnrr.an.la a fin' ^-lew of 
ritr eea and mnunlalna Fruli 1 reea an.l 
aplrndid aoil Theae altea are unl'iwe and 

very aear^e. Oaly 11. It*. Baaakawa A Co. 



cMOica OAK BAT aoiis 

y 

(Bperiai faataraai 
I. Ward aaad fionra 
S. Beaming and panelling 
t. Hot water heal two flreplacea 
4. aiaaplac parch ball I -la feataraa. 

tBtabt raama ki apiaadtd »ai 
Siti laaaUaa. haaatlfal tar 

RBt#OOM aaak a lavely home aa thia la 
Affared on the Realty Marb't rontain 
. n g a., m a n T ...."n ♦ . • ' r. a ' 1 ' .. ■ ... i^ra ao 
n.^.aae-r 'n ''»- ,r.,. Tb la 

epl.ndM home la being oKared al a Very 

pttaauwa. ••'■a m ap- 

^ R BROW!* A aofs I rn 

till Broad Btreet Fhene 1171 



5jji4i.y||\— .NORTH taUADRA Fl\ K Room 
AND BTTNROOM NKW STUCf'i 

ntJNOAtvOw. oARAnr.. on w/a<'rk. 

TKRM.t Wr arc privileged to offer thia 
. harrniiiK new h<>m.. at a low figure for 
quick aale. I'reuy aunroom. 20-fl. living- 
room, large cut granite epea llraalec*. bum- 
In boohcaae; roomy dinmg.raom with very 
pretty built-in buffet: ! very nice bedro.iinp. 
built In wardrob4ta: yriy unrfiil Pui.li 
kitchen full of bina. ciiphoarda and drawera, 
r.imblnallon aink an.l laundry traya High, 
full baaemrni . remeni walka: extra large 
pipelraa rnraaee. High eteratlaa. la a de- 
al rakle laoattaa. Par u«Ma aad appaiat' 
ment lo view are ua. 

HUIM KAIRKIKI.Ii II A an A IS' 
MKA I T I |.TI, SK\ r.N lloiijl R I ' .N'll A I.O \V 
IIARDWOon FI.OOR8 

Rlchardaon. eaay walk 
•ir^*'VH" to town, clone to publlr and 
private achoola Owner leaving rlly hn* 
inairiiried «a TO HF.LI. Moat altrarllve 
.niranrn hall and living room over 14 ft. 
long, a dining-room to gladden the eye: 
tha whole giving a aweaping aaparl. Idaally 
planned fnr enlertalnmr-nt of .mrn'roiia 
I i»"'«. the whole heaullfiilli .1- • ' 

. ■ h kitchen, manv . upb'.iir.ie. I> 
• g.. cooler, iflaaaed In back veran.f. 'W-' 
bright hedroome. all convoBlOBtly arranged 
.'ff central hall Two aitra larva bedroomg 
iipataira Full baaemenl. rament floor 
alinnai new furnare, tuba. NIca lawna. 
remeni walk* and driveway m garage 
One mual Ineperi ih' i.ii'r|r,r of ihia home 
to fully apprerial" Ha iniiif 11 warranta 
full Invealigation Im.nt PofltlBT, It 

maat he eoid 

VifToKiA RL.vLTV ro. 
•tl Vlaw ^<lr..,.l Phaoa IBM 

■IlKIIVIlIK RKALTORB" 

POR SALIi T(.l I LOSK AN BBTATE 

1.1 AtataS and FIVE ROOM MODBBir 
' RlTNtlAIX^W 
mtaatad oa Beach l>riva. Oak Bay, a . t 
avarlaoking tbe Municipal Park, with an 
imlBtarrupted view of aea and n laalBlaa 

Par prire an.l further pariirulara appip ta 
B. p. Johnaton. '.lonlat offir* 



VIMTKHFHDNT kumroer koaae, aaaeenoa 
*V tit a moBtb. p. p. MIMA IN Pam- 
berlon BIdg. • 
■■■■^■iB^ai^KBaBaBWHaaBaHm jaaaMBMBBmaai 

ACRKAOE FOR %AtM At 

WATBRPBONT HOMB, CL08B TO TOWN 
mWO ACBB8 BMd ^11. cleared and faaead. 
A wltk'vaneua oalbulldinga Pour-roomed 
houa' wllh large alll.- . hi. km linuae for 
|A0 blr.U. garag.. I.iirn only 1^4 About 
nva mlotttea' walk fruiii acbuul aad bua 



i2500 



TRRMB 



......I. Ili.rsl.-, Bl'T, Kill 11 MII.1.'..M ol'T 

rnwo LuT8, cleared and fenced; high 
A altwatlaa. Plaatered hatwa, la flrat'Claaa 
Madlilaa. Maalailaa af few raemA taliet 
aaS fall aaaarata kaMaaab CMahaa howae 
Taaaa llCI*. Baa aad aahaal Mm mftatei 
walk. 



1,' ! . 1 w „ 1. 'I. .1,1 I,, I ) 
I I al b" f A. r» aoUl 1. 

iaax:«o i.oo 

/"kAK BAT LOTB— Twa Blea laMk aaath at 
V/Oak Bay Avaaaa. Ilallt aadB. tfSA 

A. a BAMNur 

n* PamhartoB Bid*. Pkoae IMI 

>TI<:b eeaatry kimie, river fraatapa, da- 
1 lirhiful riialrtrt Hmall acreage in 

III.' ' ^. 1.1..' I h.*a[. anl -AUN 1. '... 
< an ati.iw iriurn on outl.y rariuui.ra 
of (.«iirr HoK I4fi«. Colonial 

tvi A N.N 0T . <>ak Hay— ilplapdld lot. eiira 
> laiva. Ptaca |t»a. aa taraM. A. A. 
Maharey. 4>l aayward Bid*. 



TUB ROTAL TBtWT OOMTAMT 
BsecaiM^ aad Tiaa t eaa 

RKAL BBTATX DBPARTMBNT 
Pkaaa 4Tt* 
BalBMBt Houaa Victoria, B.C. 



SDBDlViaiON 

^ranjBe^M^mtBvT' 

MOTS nU MUCK 
l.ll? ^rR.S 

1 ■•> ACRKS 1^1 

1 ACKKS ..^ $1 00 

4.85 Ac^RBB $1350 

4.25 ACRKa $1250 



PIrat elAM poll, 
city water and electric light nblalnabU. 



PARMB rOR RKNT 



«S 



$1900 



TBRMS 



1IX AND-A-HALK A' RF: I'RoPKRTT, 



good anil; about three arrea cleared. 
Modern koua* imat |4.e«e). crtnalatlng of 
ell roama aod full baaoment. Htabltng for 
four cowa and (wo amall oMekaa koaaea 
About four miloa oBt BO paaaS p e aA Samli 
bearing orchard. 



$4500 



TCRMB 



We have an eileaelve Mat of prnpartlad 
In Baaalck. Cowleban. Comos and otker 
diatrlatik ^ 

PBIt»a»TON A SON 
411 van at. Phaaa MB. Tlatarta, B.C. 
Mamkara af BmI Batata Baard af 

TIatarla. B.C. 



A I OORIXIN UBAD 

I.^i|VK ACHES, all cleared, on gentle elopa. 
Fire view of aea and lalanda. Juat tha 
pia<e for a oovBUy reeldenea. City water 
avallakla. 

Prtoa for abort period. ll,«»o. aa taram 

AUTBBD • ARMICMAKL A CO.. VttK 
424 Tort Bireet 
R'al l'>i..t« an*l Inaiiranre Agenla 
M'Tib'ra Heel Kalalr Hoard of Vlriorla 

III-.ItK Ii \ MO.SKV .VI A K |;R — J« ^.-RFli 
A on Baal Raanirh Hnad, 0 mllea oui 
21 acrea elaarad and aattlvatad; 14 acrra 
Ingyod off and barnad. No belief land in 
Mann'rh III) feet road frontage Hlopra 
gradualli' up. giving ri^agnlDrrnl \'l'w of aea 
and monnlalna Would aubdivid' In great 
advantage. Water aupplled from aprlnga. 
piped lo houiM> and barn. 4-roomed farm 
houae aad barn far M kaad. Oaly llf.ieo 
on good tarma MaelaitMlr hp MaMlawe 
A Co. 

SAANICM HOMBB 
^K* KROVT. 4 ACBBM Mor>KnN RtTN- 
' .\:.ii\\ t IjABOB RooJIS and wide 
verandaa, open flra, BaBalled and plaatarad, 

kat aad mM water, bath, earoaat ka arm rat 
Baaadfal aardaa. fralta, flawera, aad twa 



AAANICH FARM F iK RKNT 

ElOHT ACRB8. going runoera. abovt twa 
acree In amall CjtUlA SHv^l 
houaa, barn, chlckaa .kaBB*^ % 
LaaBB. IMB par yaafw* 

* BOM 



FARM to Bapt— -T-rMmad fiiralabod kimMt 
city water. phOBe : fBrnaee. 14H a«raa, 

wllh all n.-. 'aaary bolldlnga In run a large 
I h|. k'n biiaiiipaa Well altuaiad Rani |l| 

&ttaiBBaaBBMMmBMMBMBMM 

MttmMm FOR HBWT M 



ACBBSL I rgfih hoMB, kara. Itmal 
eirela: raoi IliT 9. W. MlBBB. MB 9m 
korto^BId*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

MOinnr^|oix>A!f 

A.iRKLMtNTS for .al- . . i « ..» rg, 

motor llaae, eto., bought for oaah. 

Aaply A. ft FBBdi BBV Baal 
Phone ine*. 



Arm A I I IVB tarme of repaymaat — Hume 
lang.ng from lilt Bpwarda alwaya 

avail.!. ' f. r firai mortgage loana on baal- 
I, era rinma or fa i n proDortlea Lowaet oar. 

P "b. ""^Ij^ *'sMHb'i<lAa'lSV/aBBM'2M^ 



A 



T% MONttT 
LIMITBD amoaai la lean en atrlatly 
flrtt-rlBB* Improved property at eeven 
per ptmt. Nelaterman. Porman A rn. 

\<!RH;irvivTS f-.r .„,. ,nd niorfgagoa 
pur. ' I M' 0 y to loan Foot A 
M.-»nt»r It.ti.alvia. I : .» n h of Nova firolla 

ni.1g \l.li.ri. 



16 :6ii ^ 



NEW HTUCCO Bl'Ni!AI/<)W 

af Ave roomA cement baaemenl. large llvlng- 
raom, open fire. dlnlBg-room, kitchen with 
aoalor, caakoarda aad drawera. 1 good bod- 
Larpa lot. axaaltaat view aad law 



AfraagrS <MM 
H. R. BROWN. BBlMar I 

|<l \'lr» qiree' 



Phone til 



BMlyMI J AM KB BAT. eloae te lleamn 
ar*VfV/V HIM Park— Two faralaked apart 
menia. in. idem bulldlaa. Larae lot. Light 
4ai'« ^ I 1 .<«imate raveaaa 1B% aet. 

'>~\{\ 'A BAT— Madam Sva-raam 
w I'ungalow furnace, f araa* . large 
lot, nice garden. Bb.>ui II falt-kearing aa 
aortad frnll treea t'avwd elraot. Tarma, or 
will aaakaad* m part paymMt watl-iMBtad 
kaiidlBa lat. 

$2100 cSiaal! 
aekool 

B. B. 

l»l TatM Straat Pkaaa lit 

'T-ROOMBDa m aSara dweiimg Fairfieid 
I Ratale: f bedrnnma. dnohl* urlng room, 
cement haaerrenl. ftima.-' gaa " e " 1 r' 
pair Larg' I'H rement walk. J ' ' " on 
very reaaoaable lerma T. R. Monk A Co, 
Broad Btreet. _ 

ftl IfMl '"^"^^ : (i ^rnji TO A 
<ir I M n I ,1 I ,. i|, OH I BO V SS l 

HATH. ToiLKT. PA.NTRT Raaamaat. apaa 
Bro, Biaatarad tbraaaboat. well palaied aad 
eoand T .0 w lasee and eary waNi ta centra 
« r .re.l aale Y..U lake advamagr 
.1 I .-ofi Won I regrr. . 

MOtiF.RN i ROOM HtNUAIx.u 
AT FOCI. HAT oPBN PIRI 
^ANBLLRD AND Hi ILT IN PF.ATirRLS 
Dat'h kllrhen. .ement baaemenl All >n 
good r'palr. View of aea owner leaving 

for Baglaad will aacrifica aad aaU. wiik two 
large lata aod iMhaltlBiBi It d aa lre A far 

tS.MB. 

(1 r JtOWKLL Pemberion Bldg 



IjlRUIT FARM. ArRBB IN PULL- 

P BRARINO <>R< HARD RuMneea propael- 
11. in. owner making good money A pretty 
bungalow, like nrw plaatned and bullt-ln 
effecia Ten ininulea fr.jm aeu. tl.l44, 
witk tIM caah. 

LOOANBBRRT LAND, 4 ACRKA CUL- 
TIVATED AND DBAINBO. QhaaUtlM 
of loaaaa. Heautifal ha l MBa t Mtai Mart. 
BBPe aala ai tl.BOO. . 

a. C. HOWBLL. 1*1 Pamkortoa Blda. 

SBUrr OOtTNTBT ROOSSS 
WATBRPBONT PROPRRTIBS 

PMOMB SIONBT HIT 
Par Appalatme^t to Vlaw. 

a p A R 1. 1 N 1; 
Raal Ratale pad laaoraaea 
AT DBBP OOVB 

* BHBCr LAND 



M.iNI Y ... I... an l.'OO tl.OOA. tl.iOI. 
i:i»n« n non „m I up to |1».AAA ofi 
imir.w.l prop..rir lioilding loan* con- 
ei.lerrrt l..,ral funda II U Iialby d Co.. 
4.11 \ ir w oppoell.- flp'nrrr a 



J^JORTOAOEB 
IMPBOVBO BBCUBITr RSQUIABO 

SWDtaBTI^ A MOBOBATa MTBl 
14* PORT BTRBBT 

PKIIHONAL I 



VNVoNE knowing whr re« b.iul a iVlrlorla) 
of Amy aimmonds Uladatone, aaed 
fiftooB. ptaaea aammaatMU NMI. Baa 1MB, 
Colon lat. 



UWB Mlaa Seeaa 
f haw. 



I «j? 



£i^U\ ACRCa eai over land. BOdd aM. 
VltJV eaaailent for aheep. wall aaljrad 
ereeb On K. A N. Blf. 



PKR 

A ' K K 



AUTBBD CARMICHABL A CO.. LTD. 
M4 Part SIradi 



ACMEAUB WAN 



$2750 



\ I ■ TED for pibmt. oa leaae for aaa year 
»' I 'lh option purahaaa— I to* la aaraa. 



db-| — /vri— < iVKRLr KiK I NO (large 
.H/l' larly ai rarii». 4 room. 



BXCKFTIONAIa BSB<I4IM 

OC'ITANTI AL ♦ room houaa. veer well 
I' hunt aad dealgned. hot water heat 
Ai>r 1' h. r acre, laid out In eardea and 
t.nn • -.wn, aeme larpe aalbk kolly aad 
It..-.. 4^ aaraa In orekard aad pae- 
ture Thia waald aubdivlde and ae 
advaataao. pbqpBRTt cryMMANfya i - > 

VIBW. TWO M7I.R < inr-| F. LOW TAAr.» 

i It I' >-. . .»H T 



partica 
I'd bun. 

g.iow 1 pieee porrelaia bathroam. paatry 

■"•"r: pa r a p a , 
<')'"•' m lawa 

PATTBBSCm BBAt.TT Ml Tl 



PlMI 



la 



I^xn. <air r..-' ">r,Tr b«oga).-» ^-wn»at I 
baeeii.-n. .n'l ''rn.nl "a'b* p p'laaa ' 
fn'oa'. pol ahed f:r.»ra Inaide ihe mile I 
to iwo rar llaaa PplaBdM 
iiwi a 



>• a nd 

• t'w For 



A. T 



WIN<-H A CO, LTBl 



Fboae Kaatiae 2ex 



B4«eil. RMU. 



Ckeap^ i^iplyt Owaar. 111! 



It* 



•Uf 



*1 7iWh-S*Din« BAT aad cIbm Sa 
91 IWy watar. A B««-raomad hasgl 

In «o. -.'d'r good gard'r <;arapa. 
••>!'- /| AV 'grepli .r.. . , >^ aad tidy 
^^Um fi.. roomad b<>»>» woti lo- 

ra'ed and eloae to tWB ca ap the 

mile alrri*. AitnaBaa OB<aiii> ap 

m aewtp ^aaaratad. imm 
■maR famlty 



rulllial-d i.llh four OT flVO'r 
galow or collage. 

MABCM ANT 
rhoaa tlT4 III Pcmberion RMg 

ACRBAOK WANTBD 
ll'K have client who wania to retit (wlib 
TV option to pun baae elg inontha bene) 
k 1.1 II arrea in Haanirh partly la trail, 
with 'l'lrk.-n hnuw-B and good I BT I tpaill 
houae Would lake oter preaeat oMatl BUd 
eqalimieat aaalnat caah awarlty. 

ParttcBlara ta 

V *i-vii i»L A KRRR 
174 Tatea 81 0 



J I ' y .iir walrh doea not gi«.. aat laf actlfHI 
bring II In Iho Watoh Reftak." B rawB 



/IITARANTSBD MeaamA Remedy, %i 
" ' (julrkly relieved after mh-ra faile.l 

gi... aatial 
I Renak." 
. iBf. 11; rie 
tl. work Buaranteed. Upp. ipaaaor'a 

IF you aaffer from ecaama. pimplaa, kallA 
ptiea. wrlla Paat Baa lilt. 

IN COMB tag rataraa oorroetiy nriHie ap; 
low rhaigea Phone rt7;i. ii.ornlaao 
t-l>. e vealage 4-T. > 

'■oniMiVA HAY MlAol". c c 8MITH 

JI-,A\K Rirharda Itakrr, Jobneon .Hi, at 
^ iHiuglaa Wed Fri and 8»i l.«av« 
r:ily II . a m I If p m. i.eavea C'oedava 
Bay • am 141 p m Monday arbedale: 
CM y al I I a r. j, ■ 1 , . 1 a a in , 

I 1 »n a rn . r ■ |. . 1 . r , « or long 
,11,1..,,.. ii.i .... .<ub)r. I lorhaBB*. 



MA I .1. M K I . I I V 1 
biiael. Oak 



tlona 

■V- 



»IM. 



A. • Ulrvayaol. l«4t ppll 

Bay Avtaaa. CoaoaHo* 



UAFBTT raai 
O boaad awd 



art, iia. p- D, r«*. 117 Port. 



r]Mio?< PLIMLBT. UA, 
■ i<*'d cara aad trSBfk# 



'17 



MCa. ciacka aad joweiry al 
T V repaired Hadorato ahafwa* 

{aaraniead Dewar, Room 111. Wool 

■atlaiaJII&SISJtiSiMmMBM-^^M^MaBa 

TIM BKW WtO KKItg — 

C'tRoW.H grant and lloa4Mad limber far 
J aale. Cralaera reporta aad aotlmataa 



farnlaked 
brokera Olrd 
Pemkortoa 



Cralaera reporta aad aotlmataa 
wuk ' tapeprapklaaf mapa La* 
llrdwood A Lewli^ UArin*11P 



PROHKItIV UANI>,I> 



d& 



I WILL buy a. . .. 
proved .1 .wir iwn l.iialn'.a ir (..rty If 

offored very rh'a# uiyo fall porua atari 

laet. Colonial 



KfAN MrlNTOSH, HtBMMMt. BLAIB 
'■""'*'• MW.. tWBBR rRi'ta 

I it > : I ATOBS and OONBULTI.va 
KN. .iNKi.iin Timbar far Mio la larae er 
email trarta Crown great or llaaae^ IB BBF 
pari of the ProvlBoa. T4f BBLMONT 

II if-f. VICTORIA 



WANTFI 

TIBTI?<«»a OP IXjTiI, b-.o l.ii.in'oa and 
J .'. .l-t-t ,1 at niawart RC 

A 1 c F<>Ri> a ro 
air Motai Bldp-. M« Daoamair Ptrewt 



ttftl^n »*»«Or>t7CINO BANTM 

^**ey^r 4 miu rlrrle it| acrea. aad" 
eattleallon rr-.i. .oamed ratiaga and am 
btrtldtaa* i»" roia». appie aad eberry 
trwee I t7| ..gana }te feet raapa A 



> ■ k a bl' hoy 



.aoie nay iiwe.r leaving oiolrtr' I 
. How w'.'.aary to wrrmt* tbia prap 1 

hL^n^^*^ * Co.. Tkmm SMs* 1 




16 




THE DAILY COLOmST. VICTORIA. B.C. FRIDAY. APRIL 



THB (X}»POKATIO^ OW T WE IHSTBICT 
or KAAXfCH 



of SMBieli 



T«B4*ra will IM rM«l*»4 
•IVti«<f up to I p>.m. of April 
tba UB4 aad lm»fo**in«ala 

r«ll9*NlMlMB m»r b« nblalDfd from 
li.>ral I >ak II I' 



>AVI<1A»LC WATUUI PMOTBCTtON AtT 

iM 



Finance and Commerce 



Th» < *NAI>IAV ITOKT HOUMD Ktm- 
HKM ANI' TIMMKK CoSifAVT I.TIIITUr), 
whnmf r»«ljil«"<r1 .>f'i.» l> mlaal* •! 
• 'Ky .if \ti'(ort« in (h» I'rovJnr* r.f |(r!ll*h 
«:«latnbla. HKHKUT (ilVKa NuTIi;K thai 
It hM. mm4»9 aMttM T •t tk« Aft. 
d*9oalta<l wHh tlia Minlat*? of fonhlie Woiiia 
at Oitawa iin<l In ilir orrir* ..r IhK nialrirl 
RACtairar of fh^ \ictori« l.jinfj t'pciatr>' l>ta 
inn. at Vicloria. Hilllali I'alunibia, it d* 

•• r I pi Ion •( Ik* alt* aM tka pi»n o( tk* 
wh»rr prepowa d ta IM ktttlt !■ Vlet*rlA 

Harbor In frnni of VUtlorta Ctljr, Let mmm- 

bara 131 on.) tH, 

AM' TAKk; NOTirB tliat aftar th»> 

piratinn of onr month (rwift tha (tal<- "f I 
lha riral i.ublU at Ion of tkU Botlca. O.r ! 

('■Mdiaa Pu«*( HoiiDil Lumbar aad Tlmbar 



MARKET RALUES 
AHEREARLY DIP 



ST<M K.s KIMSII STU(>\<. AfTKR 
DKOr AOADf 



•i 



r 



of 



la Krtmn BnatoHMi 



C*fnp«ay Umltad. will «a4ar ■•rtiM 1 9f 

tha aalit Art. apply «n th« MInTatar of 

I'ubll. Worka al lila ..ffi. - in Ih^ ' lly ,f 
iMIaw*. for iipi>irivaJ of ' b ' hmIiI pllr anl | 
plaa. and for Icavo to cuoalruit tha a4lU 

^"^SSit* at Viplarta. BC. thla Ttti (tar of 
Ayrli. A 1. !♦;« 

I * N \ I >i * N ri . , i ; r p I \ I . ! I VI M n 
\ V I • Ti M lii;n 1 I iXi r * s » I I W ITKI ' 



COSrOKATl 



or THBciTv or 



rOMITlON VAt %NT 

Applicatloaa ara raqalrad (or th* puaiiton 
of Aaatatasi Cttr Clark (mala 4nlr). Ap- 
•lleMt inaat ka eamaotant koohhrrprr with 
k«a«»la4c« ■■f i y i>« writlac, 

Mwilalpal • ii'Tionca Brafrrrr.i 
partlaalara in (Irat lattar, in own i.aiiii 
wtIUbs. atatlas afa, aatlaaatHr. a«arrt«<i 
ar atagla, acparlanea aad rafaraneaa; alao 

what aalarr 'ip'ti-'l A ppl i. a t l..ii« tr, i.» 
mark*. I "Aaai i i-rk ... i,. u. i • ,■ ...n.d 

of tba andrralKoad n-il uit ih^n SatN' 
4k|r. A*rlt *«. I>«U«a to <oi. -n . vi..« 

I. UhT 

B. J. CRONK. 

Cttr Clark. 



Gorge, $150 



.\KW VuItK, April li. The eloi W 

rcveraAl of form. a^Mlnir off aharply 
rtiiring morntiiK and early after- 

ri'oin vstien .tfllini? infsfiin- waa rr 
n»-»cii .iKiiiiiMt ir.iiiori . h^mlral!* 

f^f-in .iMll .V IM-r II 1,1 I !<. >• lH(hl?iI ' I.I I }>\i>- 

lUtliiH*! and rttliylng; brtakly lowatil 
I III- ' iiiHc >if what appMirad to be an 
•inually hMvy rotWk* of w >lt«nd 
fchort twvnlnff. 

OUl^ilif the •■•i,. U III. If Ui ' .lll'f 

/lii.iii. i.il liil>.|<-^[ cfiitrril in llit- 
w i-.i k n i-.-^s ..( Ir'Tiili fr:iniM. whicti 
Urnjnnfd five puliilM lo a new low level 
for all tim* At tS.STo In the New Tork 
niarkvt, toUowtnii a stiarp d»«|tn« in 
i<>r«lffn fln«iie1a1 eentrce. 



I ;<■! M. I p».. II ; UK .. r ...... U . l'-. 

-i.'fi.il I r uderH ^iii'l Ml. it't-'-ni 



ffS 

.til ri- 



KMriKF RRAI TV (U 
•41 Fort M 



I Til 



■owMrrs. OAS bat 

rriM $l.«M 

ItOiItt. n»arh Driv* and Rylran 
1 mnr I ;nnial*B II III 

F'n* II r 1 ^ T ■ o p r .1 innrlna vtaw "ii' 
r"ur.'1..1 I . l ich . taaa r*'al<1'n. ■ 
flwn*r ■(. I .IB I J n. I |\ r 1 1 ^ « S I 1 ' 



I'uip.l to reeurrsni reports of a alow- 
I'lK "P in MvAral Hum of Induatry and 
III retAll bitaliMM, ■OBM of which may 
I du* to th« unaoMonsbly coM 

weather. Relatively atlff call money 
rmrn which werp blamed for some o( 
the spIIuik r-iirller in tlif wn-k wrrf 
IKi IfinRer ;in inflii'-n.r .im r,, l ! ni'fK. 
I h' III sienfly at f'.iu ,iii.| n h.ii' ■ ■ 
{ -^ ni all day. deaptto aiate Income i.ix 
nd April IS dividend and tater<^at 
1 nymenta and tha waak-and raadjudt- 
nient ct kank 



FORF4CN EXCHANGE 



Vrw TORK April It Knr'lgn n 
hana^n alrai1> tjuAiaiiona in rrnta' 
Kranrr ^ 37 S r ablca 
Italy « •:. rabica i.MM« 
HrlKlUn^ } t* ^ 
<i»rmany - II 7». 
H.>IUa<1 tt.at. 
Norway II 7« 
.'<w>rtrn !( 7« 
I i.-rwnark I » 

.swllsfirlaad ' 
Hpaia— l«.t«. 

<1rw»— l.fl. 
Tnlanil I 1 ?« 
I'lrrho »l»vakla— t.N. 
.lucu Hlavla -I.TI. 
A uairla — .M. 
Itumania-- *\ ' 
A rarntlna- 1» (I %. 
Oraz: I I : I . S 
I'uklo -«( »« ' 



anmufro i 

VKW Turk Apr: 
' ha nitr al rii,| V I . 

• ablra 41* , kd-day 
<«t U-M. 

A« 

Buriac ***\k: aalUac 4H^ 



ICMAMOX 

1 i -Slrrtlnt ei 
M.4nd 4(& HI* 
bllia OB kaaka 



BULUSH SEVnENT 
DiSPUYEB IN WHEAT 



Wlnnlprc Prion Hhow Adrancra 
View of (;ou(J ICaport Dr^nuind 
and Short CovrrtBS 



In 



Tobaoeo PnMl 


. »4 i 


»4 1 


»*- 4 


■i..b«.<-.o Prod. A. .. 


1 U6 


1 IIK 


I UK 




1 r.naiunt. Oil 




: 1 




< 


t.niun PMirio 


. .. 144-1 


144 i 


114 


1 


u.R Coat I. Piae .. 


. .. !•«-« 


»«.4 


1(3 




t'H Ind AIco 


. . . 4T-T 


4T- 


■T 


r -= rtuhb- r 


64 1 


« I 5 


• 1 


4 


1 SW..I 


1 1 « 


1 : T i 


1 1 4 


1 


f nivfraal I'lpe 


u 


U 


1 i> 


I 


\ an milium 




Ih-t 


;i s 




< baah 


. . . tl-» 


Tl-i 


7 1 




w»»tern Union 


.. 134 


134 


134 




Weatem Parlfle . . . 


24 


14 


1« 




W>aUn» i:i«,- .... 


... •T-t 


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47 


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.. tl-l 


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41 


1 


\\ : s « ' • I .■ . Iji Ti .1 . , 


. . . «*-• 


33 1 


2t- 


-4 


Willya iJvrr. pfd. .. 


.. 


-»» 


*4- 


.1 


Woolworlh 


.. 141-t 


141 


141 


i 


WoTtfc Pump 


. .. 14-7 


34-7 


34 


7 


T'vatea ait. * Ta. . 


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n-i 


TI-3 



fAN mrtlvBa 



Th, 



( nmmrr^lMl 
I M 7t-. 



A' KiniutrlMl 
Furl s«r».-l 



MAYNARD & SONS 

AfTUIKWI UBM 



'• I I ''i. ownera, we will 
our Ualearooma, 737-7St Pan- 



Indtru. 
•cU at 

dora Armua 

TODAY AT 1:30 P.M. 

Almost New 

Furniture and 
Effects 

Includins: I.aj'K'o T ' phnlni r>rffl Arm 
Chair, aimoat now Drophaad .Blnsar 
•awr la g Maehlna, Ran-l^Bp Ofllea 
DailC, Bookcax^ with {riaaa docM-a, Oak 

Karris rhnir \fiilH>irany Rooker, 

Mahoti.iiiv .•-'..(•... i;i..| Arm I'liiirj*. 
nnfl:iii i nntri' 'r.il.ji". I 'iiiii ln-.H. .s«»v'>rnl 
1 iriiAl^ ;ilnio««t new flolilfti 

Oak L>lnlajir-Kuoni Suite oonatatlny of 
Roti3id BUilnr Tables aaC of ai3t full 
laathar-aaatad Dlala* Chaira aad ver^ 

pretty BiifFet; Mnrei^l other ' Dinlnr 

T.llilr-'^ I'llMK.I .illd Ml**.,ii.p Iturfi^tl", 
fi.ik .''lil'^lo.-i ril-i .--'hi.i i.' un T\iM-%\rit 
111 I ; '.<» .r . 1 I I I 1 1 , 1 . I II. I 1,1 

ware. I*ortiore»». Sewing Machines. 
lAdiea' and Gent's Bloytolsa, almost 
noar Blmtaaiia liabocaay Stain Mtaal 
ttod*. flprtnga and MatfreaMS. 

Maho)CT»ni' ami i>th<r I^rcfssT-* anil 
StaiiiK .H<-\ < i ,il \ <•! \ u'lo..] -.jiijrlo anil 
fii II -.-i I r.,M l:,.,).. . |,. .1(1.1 M it 

lr> . »»f. I 'liost .If I 'l iwiM -i W ujclrol>«, 
t'hIIilrrn'N Iron I'l.i--. I'.f'ilioom TUllea 
and t'hairs. Linoleum Art Squaras. 
Blankata, Pillows f>>ldlaff Camp Cou. 
Plotursa, Hoaters. four Steel Rancfls, 
r'ook Ptove. Oaa Hanire*. Kltrhen 
I mil--. Kitchen t'han- ■ Lolving 
I terifiiK. Tarn .Inr"« ('il. I, .>.t . '!'<in|ti, 
Waf.h Till.* in 1 I'.'i " " ''■ <:' ll'-aiprn. 
four rood Uefrisvirutor», UlseulL Hhow 
Caas, TrunlMik Oiu-dan Tools. Hoae, 
four good Daora^ LAwn Mowani. 
OrlBdstteaa^ Whaalbarraw, Cultivator, 

etc. 

Also at 11 a;Olock ta Oar Htm-kynrd 
Upaal aale of roiilttT Vc?^alil»m, etc. 



A rti 

Am. 

Am. 

A in. 

Am 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

A m. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 

Am. 



' h^imara 

I ' h^m. . 
I :#»*t 
•iiah 

Can 

Car a Fdy. 

Intl. Corp. , 

1... 

Hmrlttra . , , 
Staal ray. . 

•acar 

Sum Tob. ■ 
T».| a Tat. 
Tobacco 
Tobacoe B. 
Wooleaa . 

Anaconda 

Armoar A 

Atlantic Untf ... 

Atehlaon 

Baldwin I.«co 

Tialtlmoro A Ohio 
K-tklakoai Meal ., 
iirooklyn Vantiat. 

. »!lfornl.4 I'arklns 



In Rlrfithi 

lIlBh 
SI 2 
I I4-& 
84-1 



«3-S 
•3-4 

IC-4 
31-1 
»4 4 
114-« 



1 

L 



} 

Victoria Stock 
^ Exc ha nge J 



Miains 



...... 



r 



.MW.NAKW & .SO.NS 



McCioy's Livestock Auction 

WKIkKliV S.XI.K fSATl IIUAV 

At 11 A.M. aa Usual 
On thai PubMe Markat a««ara 

Cows, Poultry, Etc. 

Uood tcnllo Itlack Tolled row with 

tmrd calf at foot 
(Mtrlsa takaa op ta start of sale) 



McCLOY & CO. 

Markvt 



BARTHOLOMEW'S 

ANTIQUES 

Aaa lli«h n>w« Rm(II.|> aaMi rr««Mfc vartt'- 
«arr Old Hb«rft*lrf Plata, frefka of Art. Ikai, 

i^'a*. asd Ha.t aatMMao la a c 
ltt*-i> tl rort k4roa« riMaa Mlt 



New Fnraiture 

HOMB PURNITURB 
•MVAmr 
r. m. ■AantwukMi 



■ J n I I r 1. ... 
' 'niiHi I.ralh.r . 
' I .. (la I'aa -o . 

< lianill.r pfd. 
I'hnaap'kp A Ohio 
fhl tJt Wnatrrn . 
rhi Mil A SI p. 

I'hl 4[ Northw»at. 
t'hl K I A Pao. 
<*hryol»r Motor 

Coco Cola 

Col Fui«l A Iron . 
Coluni t>ia I f aa .... 
I'ona iia« 

I'.ini i'..n 

I 'OIll 1111 

Com Motor X.D. 

< 'orn Prodocta ... 
Cn»d»n on , . . , 

' r 111 1 1,|.. St I . . , , 

' iiha A:- s.igar . 
I lavlaoo Clirni. . . . , 

Pol. X>ack. a Waal. 

r>od»a Broa 

Oodta nron pfd, 
Oupont P.i« ..r 

VArir. V„mrr 

Knglncrr Uold .... 

h:r i.» 

i;rl«« Kippt pfil. ' 
Kumoua Playcra 

Kl»h»r Hody 

Knundatlon Co. 
KlKlarhmann Co. 
Uenaral Aaphall . 

Oanaral CIsar 

Oen Klaclrle ... 
<l'n Mot .r, 

I > 11.- I-U I ( '. ! r (. rum 

UooOrlcli Uubb«r . 

< Iran by 

(Jrrat North. Oft. 
Oreal North, pfd. 
tit. Waat Sua. . . 
Oulf Hlat>> St-al . 

II ..i,f . 

,, I ;* 

II 1X1 ...r) Motor ... 
Iilinola Caalral .. 

Imperial CHI 

I iiapl ratios 

Int. Comk. 
Int. Pata. 
Int Mar. MsHsa . 
I II I Mar. Mar. pfd. . 

Iiil NIpU.I 

liii T.-I A Ti-l 
Kan Illy South 
K»nn(i-oit Cnppor . 
I.ehl(li \alloy .... 

I.oulalana Oil 

' oula. « Naah 

MniTl Truck 

MHnhatl*ri Kl»f. ., 
Mm rlotwt < 111 . . , . , 
^tf« S. aboard .... 

^Ilai'.i 

MiB'< Panlfle 

Mian Par. pfd. . 
Montana Po» .-r 
M"nieom»ry \Vard 

M • Motor 

M ll.^rloil* 

Mol.,, MrtfT 

Motor Wh»»l 

^'wah Motora . . . . 
^■•'lonal Illa/'uit 

■ • ' I ' Tail 

l>airy I'rod. .. 
Nal Innal l.aad . . . . . 
Vwfolk A Waat. .. 
North Amorlraa ... 
Norlharn Pariric 
V T rvntral .... 

■ T - II * Hart. 
^ I IT,' A West. 
Par k a r.I Molnr . . . 

Tariflr nil 

Tan Amarlran 

l*an Arn^riran Tl, 
l"»nn»ylvanla It.B, . 
l'eopl»a Oaa ...... 

l*ora Marqaatia X.D. 
PHM R»ad)fta Coal . 

Phiiiip» r<.i« 

- * . . , . 

Pro<lur»rB A nef. ... 

I'ulimaa Ca. 

furo on 

lUrtlo 

nail sia.i Sprlac 

Hay Crtna 

n»p Iron A Steel . . 

Royal I>alek 

Mavaaa A rata 



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144 
111 

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43-1 
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44 
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31 

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31-4 

131 

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11 

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13 

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to 

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71 4 

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217 


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124 




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Danwail MInaa 

Olaclor Croak 

Oladatoae 

Qtoan*r 

OolSaiii It h . 

Mowa Bound 

Indapcadcnra 

Indian MInea 

intamatloaal Ceal' . 
I. A I. Olaeiar ... 

Iwikavlfw 

t^uaky Jim 

I.^adam°lth 

M a rm ' . f M .« ' .i : ■ 

r.>rl-. Lu: 

f r»n; i<T Mln.a - . . 

Kufua 

Ruth Hope 

Sllvarado 

SI Ivor Croat Mhiaa 

.Hllvaramlth 

.'^iiniorii Mlaaa .... 

r.rniinua ,,, 

Victoria ' 



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WINNIPBO. April ll^A BOed ex. 
i>ort daoMud and s B i a as I rs abort 
covarlny dnwlad a batlish atmosphere 
In wheat tAidlBC hers today and prices 
Khowed un adVBBOa Of t tO IH OSntH 
fit the i'lose 

.A feature of the trading; wan the 
narrowing of the July dl.-jrount under 
the May to about 2 cents, thia month 
rnapondlar to haavy prvfcaslonal abort 
< overtnc, eradltad to BsMam tatarasts. 

The coarse vralaa falla«a< the 
lusher trasod of wheat. 

Tradtac cash marketa waa li^ht. 

Wko a t' " oprn lllfh Ix>w Cloaa 



Mar i^< 

Jaly 1 ii 

Oct lUSt 

Oata— 

May U% 



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llurlry 

Max 

July 

Oi I 
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.luly 

Oct 



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144 V 
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19.'. 

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141 ■« 
113 V. 

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134 

IIH« 

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147 '«b 

m^a 

M'i 

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(laiea 

1*0 Pr»nil»r al - ib . '..On .silvaramlth at 
■ 4Ttt: 400 Stlvcramltb al 47 Vk; tM Sllvar- 



Spokane Stocks 



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Heuikara 1^ 

soutkoni Italtwar 

Standard Oaa 

Standard '111. r'ai 
Standard • • i N J, . 
Standard V. T, 

Standard Oil. In4. . 
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f" 1 A. a. Praa. 



nppar 



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M . . . 

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Amfcarsrla 

Caledonia 

I'allahaa ZlBe-L«oaa 
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I .ohlarntl li 

11 'rU 

I .ra ilanilt h 

I ui ky Jln» , 

.Ma rah Cona 

I'mn r i ;<.li1 . , . 

Ft i|. hni on.l ' . . , 

."^liriinan l.«ail 

Sllvrramlth 

Standard 

.'<trattnn 

Hunahlna 

Tamarack 

Woatora Unloa 



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1.33 

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Wheat—t nor.. lft%; 2 nor.. 
i52Ti: 8 nor.. No. 4. 141%; No. 

R, 13l<(a: No. «, 111%; feed. 104%: 
track, 154S; screenlnr*. IS a ton. 

Oath z . n .3 cw., 41% 

extra I f. . .I 4S\: 1 feed. At\ : 
t< r,\ 1 ; , . . ir. • 0(i . 4 1",. t ra rk , .'.IS 

I irley— a cw.. 44 9k; 4 cw., 601*; 
I'^i -ed. »a%; faad. IT%; track, 

Bwc. IMH: S cw.. 
t tm» nt%; rejaetad, l«t%; track, 
197%. 

Rye— 2 rw.. 91 S 

MONTKEAL STOCKS 
tatr 



V.ati^atog , . ,,oo,aaa»aaeoi 

\«i.^«'.>0 fid 

A I n 11 1 ir Sasar , , 

llfll T'l'pti... •- 

Hr Jill 1. 1, I . 

n < • Klaf) A i a . h 

Hiompton l*ap*r 

Can Oment. com 

Can. Cantaat. pfd 

Can Car. Fdy., com 

Can i"ar Fdy . pfd 

Can J s rom. , 

Can - pfd. 

Can f'oltona 

' Kn. Oavanara 

> una H. A B 

i>om nndra 

Can Ind Alcohol 

Do m lilaaa 

I>om TpHII. ,, 

Howard .Smith ., 

I. of Wooda Mis 

(.aDn-ntlda Co 

Mankay Co 

Montreal Pow^r 

National lircwarloia ..... 

' intarlo Steal 

cllvto ltl«. Co 

. lawa Power 

I--r !■. »n. I .1 rl ......... 

^'..i^'PHfan 

'.'['..nlah Klvrr Pulp 

siianlak RiTor Palp, pM. 

si»»| of Can 

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.s.ipni,.-<1 by n p. flark A Co.. IAS.) 
>lrtary iMn. S^^% Has fVaa 



NEW YORK CURB 

(Buppllad ky R. r. Clark Jk i \> . l.id i 



t«eiaas»o 



A«ma Ceal . . . 
Caatrtfasal . . 
Choekor Cak 

i>arant Del . 

MoaabI 

Stuta 

Reo 

'I'uV. Prod. Es. 
Un. Profit Shar. . 
Un. Retail Candy 
ritlea Berv Com 
ruiaa 8«rv pffi 
CItlaa Sorv ukra. 

Aia. Oaa tci 

DolklCk Pow. Soea 

Carib 

iJI»nrock 

Int rrtr . 
Marl. Mai 
Meiico Oil 

c^atlaaatal Oil 

Panaoek Oil 

Ryan Cnna 

Hapulpa 

Sail Cr. Prod 

Salt Cr. Pretf. Ceaa 

wiicos 

Cly > 

Ma 

Kpr 



........ 

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f>elor«a 

Kcreba 

Ilaela 

Halflasor . . , . 
J V. Dev. ... 
Karr lake . . . 
kTkaon Vallay 
NipMnc 
Ohio Cnppar 
Tack Tlushea 
In F.airtara . 
I°n. Varda Ka. 
wayaa c«at . 
New Veatana 



i*et«««a*»» 

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MORTGAGES 



NOTtCB TO CONTRACTORS AND RUlLDKkS 

1 -an on Arit MORTo.\Ol,ii for the 



\S r have on htnd MONK'S' to 

purpose f't 1 otiiplrtmn hii i Id i n ^ 

Sums availal'lf t»t\«r tnmi $500 to $3,000 
See our MortKaRr Drpartment a» onrr for 



luli {>,l> ll. .I'j. 



PEMBERTON A SON 



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VANCOUVER EXCHANGE 

nc Sllvar , 

I'.aTrl^w 

I<iinw»ll 

► orly Nln» 

Ularler 

tlladatnna 

Ilasaltnn Hold Cokalt 

Independanra 

Indian M|aea 

International Csal ... 
1., A I. ..•..•..•*.... 

I ,ak*vlew 

I.wekf Jim 

1.radatT<lth , 

M.-",o« Moiala 

.inai mivar 

' I" . . . , , , 

)-<.ri^r Idahe 

ttirhmooi^ 

Ilalh Hnp« 

S'Iklrka 

,«!U»»T Croat 

SIK»rBfT»lth 

fitirf InUt 

Alhabaaka 

nr Montana 

iiritjati P'troiaaaa ... 

Tr" 1*1 "^'ll ........... 

P c l-.rni.. 1MB ..... 

' P R 

Maple l.eaf 

Satra— ta.aee n.r Montana at oou. i 400 
lnd»p»nd»n'->' at «l % 3 fta4 t.*adanillh al 
OX « •«« IXI'-hitwin.l al *« % , 4*0 Mapla 
l^af al .37. l.tOO ailvaramllh at .40% 4a« 

HMk Map* a4 .>•; l.SM at 23%: loa'pro- 
nnlar at 138; tS at 111: 1*0 at * 10 |0 at 

• •« :** nrtltok . , ; i i;^ i** 

• OaO Indian a » ... (>„rl»r 
Idalio 



814 


Aah'd 


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3 oa 




14 


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11 V4 


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101 10 




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101.10 


1*1.10 


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(Payai.i. v. V. Y..rk) 








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fa«.M 


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lat Kob and Au^. (C .N It 1. bVo 


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MONTREAL PRODUCE 

MONTRBAU April If.— «l«»s aad 
ekaaaa. Ba nk aa— d; battar. ^^k. 
Buttsr— Na. 1 paatsarlsad, s:r 
Kr«» — Prsnfc ettraa. JTr, fr..«h 

nr-i". 11. 

j-oia*ara— Par kaa. ciu i»u. H is. 



riapplled ky It. P. Clark A Ce.., LIA) 
rilirAOO. April 18. — Wheat: New 

IiIkIi* on the movement were met In 

t !i f ! .1 ' ! ' 1 . ! ; '1 1; i ■■ ' \<i- . i ' 1 1 1 \ <• I n I e real 
broaiJi'ii.-il 1.;.! ( 1 i iisi . r (ll . . . II t ared 
for the heavy proflt I a k ; fi ;r well, and 

when support persisted there waa 
little opposttloR mat. Prleaa were 
carried ahatplr akora tba offers. 
.Strenrtlv' 111 Uvefpool started the 

market tip wllh a rush. The sea- 
board confirmed export .wien of 1.- 

S.Sfl.OOO liiishelH whf.' , t: ' ' . the 
bulk of it belrir in Mav; • .' is 

Movement <<f whr.ii f-, n, the farms 
continues moderate, and premiums 
venarally ware atroncar, loaally balar 
unrhanrad to le'klfkar. ateaka of 
wheat at Mtnnaapolla tor <lVa days 
decraased tSO.tao bushels snd at 
Knnss<4 r*lty 183,004 bnsheN In 

''■rl..T •iiiihi'-' ..f Kamta'. n';n.|<-.| 
111 f;ft mnall le. elptu thf j.t. s ut ng 
mrxlerale run to tprTi.m»l« : .1 \ . r 
pool closed It to I'j lUlCher, while 
Buenos Airak wsra firm. Rstimatea 
were for around 4.t*t,t40 bushels 
frrtm Anrantina this wa^k. Houses 
with Ksatern connections were am one 
the beat buyers of whest for the iiay. 
The riiarkef !»eem?i tf) be f.illirririj; 

In. rr^.sf-(i <>iabillty and will probably 

pr..' -enwitive tB aa4itMi«acioB of 

txiiiiah news. 
Ws rantlnaa to advlsa parekaada 

on the rerssslnns. 

r?om: Free buylnc throuBh several 

prominent commission bouse* de- 
\e1oped In the lant hour and rnrrle.J 
ihi.i t!»in iir» sharpiv and ah..,.- -h.- 
,,(T<.r- \ li'iiise with F'.«i»t.TM . f>n 

ne.ijr. n.j wa* the hr*.»i tni\rr ' ' '*if 

May, while another hogae took the 
July, llovamaat of cora from the 
Interior kiki kaaa t oderata for sav- 
ersi days and tka c o t w m ar e ial de- 
mand Is healtkicr. Farmer* are nr,t 
Inellned to market miieh at momen' 

I'lanlU'C ■ f !.<•» ...rn .• ►•e.nj; delayed 
,.■ -iHjw a t en • of the belt 

I 1 •« ThIa srain cAOKbt the npirit 
of other rralna. aad starsd a fairly 
brisk rise. Commlsatan hoaas kajrbiK 
broadatted aa tba aasatoB nagdlassd. 
Tkars waa eaaaMarable ehanatnv in 
the May and July, the former • r,,,,; 
rHiiirht and later anid and v|. ^ ^ r«,.^ 

• . in 'I <- r ' : .1 1 ■ I r riKi II 'I f '■ i- . .n t « I ^ 

heal:;, er and indlraUons are for 
aaalairi'i) deereaaea |B tkO vialble 





ily. Seedlnc of 




a«u la 


ks- 


htoi 


sekeidala. 


TMa 




la wartky 




6pee 


llCh 


1.0W 


cioaa 


May 


(old) 


144% 


144 % 


144', 


i«« 






I4«% 


]••% 


144S 


i«i 


Jaiy 


• a o aeeeeee* 


140 


1 4 1 % 


110% 


1 4 1 V 


Sop*. 
Cat 


• aeaeoaes • 

a— 


1 74 


• » s 


1I4-, 


lU >, 


War 


•aaeeseaasa 


71% 


• *% 


71 «. 


•4 




a* •eaaeaeaa 




78% 


77', 




S*94. 

I > • * 


a 




• 1 




I* 


i< > ■ 




4 - ^ 


« • . 


* - 




1 <t < 




42% 


41 . 


41% 


• 1 a 


M . r 


■ *• aaoaaaa. 


01 


»i 




" % 




^ *a •« 


U% 


••Is 


a* 


Mis 



Winnipeg Gsain 



tsappilaa ky A. P. tfloAr A OS.. I<IC) 
#lMlfIPao. ApHI I». — Wheat: 
Ckktaa «at33a straa«er than espeeted. 
which started this market olC from % 
to I ^ cenia above the prevloua close, 
and with ejport buying and extennlve 
Hhort coverlnif. eaperiully durlni; the 
laat hour, carried pfii es to tiew IHkIi 
leTela on the movement, final tlKurcM 
being near the top sn«l ithowin;; 
asJna of 1^ to 1% eoBla for the May 
aad Jaly rwpaeClralir. 

A feattira waa tka aarrawtiMr 
the July diaoount under May to 1 54 as 
compared w Ith 3 S a few days ago, 
thIa month reapoiulInK I" heavy pro- 
fennlonnl short 1 merino i •-•■ilitc.l tn 
Kaatern lnlere^li^ l.mal nt 1 me ;ii Im 
decidedly liullHh anil miiih hiRher 
prlcea arc predUted for a little later 
In the aeaaoii liajied on the shortare 

of world's supply to flU raqakraBkatita 
whlck same local vrata man belleva 
will be 7«.t*«,*a« biiahels after allow- 
ing for a small carry over New York 

reported Mk liii.--irieR.i m wln-a! hail 
been worlved overnight with ."-aU'r, i-.sl 1 
mated asi high as I . !• f, II. Onil t. u.sti li 
largely .ManiloliMS. iin.l fiirih»-i |.u..i: 
neaa l>elng worked iiiila> h !•■ >.ii.l 
that Kurope bad allowed • 
of foreicB arkeat to dserea.se iiu> n^ ai 
the daacar poiint and with redutMd 
ArKanttae shipments and tfie tate 
opening of lake navigation in iln^ 
counto'. Kurope Is buying fr. cly nf 
<ili| ami NOme new i rnp wheat I.lvei 

pool ( li)a«><i (o 1 I, ,1 hlRht r, a k I 

ileitifinij lielr.jf lepurlrit linth 1 11 the 
Inltcil KinKiloiii anil hd the 4'onll- 
nenl I Ir luiin h a 1 1 reimrie,] the Inter- 
eat was mosUy confined to nearby 
Wheat aad tbat lanportare ware kid' 
dlor for prompt sklpaMBt from Cana- 
dian Winter ports. 

Prost waa reported from Winter 
wheat areas with ni-irn«' ij.in acre The 
. iil.f "ealh'>r in t h .^i-c'li h.ililin;,- 
. ii.i) i;rii'iMh 1.1. 1 w IF. I .\.irm .iliil 
tin'- wemher m '..r>. l^fe.l f.ir Mani- 
toba an<i iiaskau'hca an, but cooler 
with ahowera In Albertiu There are 
complainu of lack of molatitra In 
Nort h waa tatB statea oAd IB CaBada. 
We tarar parokaaaa oa all mlaor aai- 
backs. 

Coarse pr.^;n.« These markets hold 
\ erv firm 1 h ruiiijhnut. althrush trade 

' ■ ' ■ - • •"e.} ■ . \ 

'-u:> hi;;,h<~r h.iti».\ 1,. . r- n I ii;i 

ami r>.- I \ !<. I rm'.x l:l;:fior I h 

Latter followln4? the trend of wheat. 

Klax: This market failed te raapond 
to the strenrth in other coma»odltlea 
and oloaed fraetlotaally lower. Trade 
Urht aad faataraleat. 




INVESTORS 

< Hir list t»f currt iit offerings i»'the best evi- 

tlcnrc nf tiiir aliilit\ to inert nhui i 11 \ t- I'lni! 
ncctJ.s. ^ tju n^a_)' fiiiil ^iii4i;c>l 11 lIl.^ 111 ll wliiili 
\uu will want to act hihui. .Mailed on ici|uc.st. 



WINVlPrO. April 
tha bank .l-a-nita I 

of Ihf. 1 .11... 

vndlna i"dfc>. at . 
ri-apon.lias pa rt es a j 

Halifax 

St. John 

Monrton , . 

•^I'-brooka 

■.•.i't>»e ,,,, 

Montroal 

t'tuwa 

Kln«aton 

I'rl-lS.itT , 

ii.'ilitiin • , 

I ondoa . 
Klirhencr 

Wlndaor 

Fort William ... 

\v '.nlpag 

11'i.ndoa ..t 

Kc(ina 

Meoae Jaw 

Prlprc Albert ... 
' l.-'.l,.. .... 

.1 ! It 4 ' > .... 

l^Wlinonten 

Now Waatmlaster 
MoSlelao Hat ... 

vsai 
vtoterta 



II -Tha fntlowinc are 

I » .. pr ( ni-[ pa 1 r 1 1 lea 

i.< 1 '1I with the ror 
ear acn 



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I 9t<( 
t .1.101070 
1.I7J,4(» . 
»44.ni 
7s: 4" 
4.9*».9r, ll 
117.147.477 
4.1II.33* 
• 73.440 
721.141 
107.034.47* 
4.341. •4t 
1.471.433 
8.844.3I3 
*«1.I4« 
4.36*.9:!i 
77 3.7*3 
42. 447.424 
172.21* 
4,043.270 
1.111.01: 
4lli.4l I 
MI. I ? - 
1 '.SO ill 
4,104.441 
371.311 
148.813 
17.M8,84I 
8.144.188 



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1935 
1 «1 S(H 
' : -1 I o ! 
« .' <1 t 4 
k a 4 m 
0:1 • - i 
«24,7)& 
110.414 
172.373 
309 K1 
• 1.4ft f. <• 
3.33*.0it 
718.3*1 
l.*<1.7^t 
717.914 

: T ::..»: I 

443.911 
44.401,040 

440.1137 

3 « 1 3 « 4 .1 

1' i 7 » I " 



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J, 41 1.714 
331.214 
888.331 
13.811.818 

1.IT4.181 



METAL MARKETS 

NBW TORK. April t».~Oa|»par, 
steady; electrolytic epot and futures, 

14 00. tin. spot and ne.irby," 64.2.5; 
futures t; I .'■.il, iri.n ...lefidy, lin- 
rhaiiK'-il '"fl -'i-.i.! tS.OO; 
rinr eaay, Kaat Ut. L.ouU apot and fu- 

fiiri-s. 7.109T.1S; aatlmoar. apot, 

117. 6». 

At iMBdOB 

LONDON. April 15. — Standard cop- 
per, spot. fS7 lOs; futures. fSI Ss Sd; 
electrolytic, spot, £44 15a; futures. 
Ith 6a: tin. apot r'.'f!S 1 ?« 6d . futures, 

f.'TI IT-. I^.l >,(.! apot fl'1 2S Cd: 

futures, Li9 10a 4d; zinc, spot, ttt 
ifas racaraa. lit Sa Cd. 

MONEY MARKETS 

I.ONIION April 16. M..n.- : , 

per cent. Insiiiiint r.it''~ Short aiiU 

thraa moath- i . ; er eaat. 

At New Vork 
NBW TORK. ApHl H.^Call 
mofier staadjr; hirk. low, mltar rate, 
eloalnr bid. and last loaa. 4H : olTerad 

at 4Vi: call loans against aerept- 
ances. 3^i; time loans, nteady: mixed 
collateral. 60 !»() tiays. 4^, 4-4 
months, 4 ><i . prime mercantile paper, 



SILVER MARKETS 

NEW TORK, April It.— Bar allvar, 
44 S- Mexican dollars. 49S 
\t liondnn 

I..ON(>t>N. April 1&.— Bar allTcr, 
2t%d per ounce. 

Franc Hits Lowest 

PARW. April IB.— The French 
franc today atutk ta a Pew lew level 
for all tima. The elVelal ckMdng nuo- 
tation wiM S9.CI te tha dollar and 
l4t.M ta tba pound. 



(aa p pllad by B. P. narti A Ca.. 

4f laadlar boada. »4.7«; up .9t. 

iBduatrlabi. llt.3t; .«4. 
2* active rails. 1 off .tt. 

ftanh iV-arinffv — cicirinc* fo- iv^.. 
week rri.liri." .-"-ter.!;. . ,, . . , 
fi>rla 'I'xrinc 1' 'i'" . • » t n 4 

the correspon-i ine week of I82&. 



Life in ths tirentlatk ratitary is 
aalBV ta ka a parsaUery for tba Btan 
in a klaak aeat. — ^Dsaa Bw». . 



Mortgages 

Loans on improved property 
when approve d hy expcitk «re 

onr of the n 'I'-t '.I'.lc forms 
of investment. \\c invite in- 
(jtiiricd from thotc having fund.s 
tolm. 



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Wasbera Chlcasa BMrd of Trade. B.C BaMiS nsala*^ 

Viateria BUek Baakaspa. Calgary tiaek ■aakaaas 
Otraet Pr*vai* %ri»ao te All tke U*a«laa Masleea Ba ia aasae 



R.P.CLARK a CO. LTD 

Centhal BtoG View at Bnnao St 

*i*n a» vAi.rUL.vt.4t a t WtCTURIA. 44 C. 



THE IPEAL BOND 

Ilir nlt-.il 1,1,11.! w.iiilil iiiiitain the maxitniiin t-lcnicnt-s tif 
»*J«y. ready marketability, the greatest pod#ibilUy ol apprc- 
OmaOt and a very high rate of income. 

We have on our list at the present time feveral excellent bonds 
containinq- in ilienisc! . cs iudicious perceiitAgtt oi theac four 

great recjuiMtc.s oi a i^mjd .^ccurlty. 

We gladly place oar many yeara of experience at your dis- 
pnsal to ciKiiiit' N.,i, t', select the roost tuittble bond to meet 

your special rcquireiucuts. 

BrttMi Colunibia BmiI Corporation, LtiL 



IIL m. BOOAMAN. 

arocKH «.K\iN 

feaibara ft Prtaelpal ttsekaagaa biraci I'rtvair \^|.-> •,. \i.<„ i ..irrn Pointa 
ns Ps»« au Vle<e«la. lt.C. riMvoa MS-Ma Alau •4 >anc<w>rr aad Naaalio 



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NEW ISSUE 



■ 

$6,000,000 Department of Antioquia 

( rf-:puhi.ic of coia)mhia) 

7' External Secured Smlung l*'und LuAd Hiunis 
Dated July 1st. 1925 Due July ist. iy45 

Prke 91 Yieldifif 7.87%. De^le on Reqtieat 

R. fi, CHRISTY Jk COb» LTD. 



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WE OWN AND OFF 11 

$10,000a00 

WESTERN CANADA FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LTD. 
rt'lfi SinkinR Fund Cumulative Preferred Stock 
I'nce— 101 and Accrued Dividend, Yield^g 6.43% 

Dividend* irce k'rom Normal federal Ipcomc Tax. For Full ParticBiart 

CoBsait 

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iNDvmaAL DwHIU^ public utiuty 

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711" ' ' - 



AN ALL-BRITIIH COMPANY 

TheCanadiao Film Productions 

Llniltotf 

rapltaJ t'-fi io<i Talae Per >«h«r«. 4'. on 

■karea in llia abuve cunipaoy are now bring offtrad to tka pukllo for aubacrtpllon 

OONSpLT TOO* BBOXmt 
rsll partlcalafs gi^^^sppMaa. ' Wrttajtr ealt Meed ONlse 




THE volume of assets under the care 
ci tills Conomtioo hu gfoivft ^in^ 
ing tiie pMt mtMn ymn ai UiDamt 



1910 a 


e . $41,601,297 


191S • 


• - $71^9,470 


1920 


. $113,762.^24 


1925 a 


$152,791,520 



These figure* are cvidenot of the grow- 

ing confidence of the public in this 
Corporation, and that its services as 
Executor. Trustee, Administrator, Fm- 

andal Agent, Ac art being a^predatad 
by an 
dtantSa 

fflU 

Toronto GenerajlTrusts 

Corporation 



Vancoavcr Office. Comer Seymoar snd Pender Streets 
Tf C HFWETSOW. M^.n.B'rr 




KLAMATH INDIANS 
. ON WILD RAMPAliE 




VaaMa to 



KLAMATH I .M.IJ< '»r^ April li. 

— KMBMlh iadiaaa at Beattjr aad Biy, 
two reasrvatioa taxras, ata or a wftd 

mmpare. drinkinc, gatWHie an 1 

1 aroualnc and ffar Is fs|| ff ^*^<- 

aafety . f '<'hif. rf-,'\i>ntB IB fltd> < • 

trirt <. ' ,1 ■ ' .< nd ronnfy p' . <■ 
r,fT1''^r" a r [>,.■» "rr«, |,, t lypf i h M.' 

F. Illation, ahuh la the outarosrih ot 
» reeent deeMen ay^lreaM i«das A. 
ia, Idsarltt. la » 



heldtaa that Indlaaa on the rrarrva- 
tlofi are not undOr the Jurlsdlrtlun of 
atata aad cMtnty lawa 

Jttdga LsBTlU'a daelalaB. nada yak* 
He laal Itoaday. fiotda that the Ia- 
diaaa ar* w.tr(1a .f lh< 1. !>.' ll Cor 
emwiein pi i fii i. •, i • , i ■ . . n d i m 

r I I r, . * r . , , I ...» 1 1 .V 1, . i . 1 

Lnited Uiatea uRtclAla as loog as tbc/ 



A e«rtaln eld canttemsn toak B 

Jtfi' n'rr»>«t In his Sl'''''»ri' 

•r- t.iv fh,. foUnw ni.- adfertfea- 
ri 1 f n t . t I , i* r. •. r A i . p it r d # r. 

t '-"'I M ; ,,«'-.«T .. . rrfund'il 
' d.'< • • I'.ri. I |. .«» f r*." 

:i» Irnm^'li il'l> tortrnr'l^d flveehtl- 
c" snd rof-elretl a aniiii; (>«ekaae, 

IwhK-h. oa <»pe«lns. diarinae<l a tey 
weadea mallet with the lastraatlena 
— ^Vtt tfeaai «• tlM Um4 ■ttH tMa. 



Ai<'.s>iaai-^ 



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THE DAILY CO tONIST, VICTORIA, B.C, FRIDAY, APRJL 16. 1926 



17 




-dW Round Vancouver 

IsUmd Gruise Settled 

t'lTst of Contcmpflatcd Scries Will Be (x)ndiictc'd 
on Princess Mary Beginning July With Attrac- 
tive List of Calls at Points of Iiitercbt 



Th« flmt rmmd-thv-Tiilftad enrtM 
wfll be ln«ugur;iti>.l i>u iwi'. \t w im 
•liDounc«d ai the bnutih CoIumbU 
Court Herrle* -olBcc y«»terd«y. The 

Join I, I \. win •49Ur>y ill. iric 

ilui iii.iM orlftlnaMv ii' im i i ! vmii 
vmtir.iif .t iiuiiiloT ' \ 111 iiuwr 
iiland Mnd on* JdalnU^nd Ciill. 

cov •' n rniirnInK of the d^ile 

natm l iii.l will 1 ill hrrf for \'1<M(iiI.i 

pa ■> •! 1 1 < r -I I h,i I I I 1 1 , 1 1 I 1 !s will 

l>< lu.iili- il f'l I ' Vli'iriii. .itiil Jt a 

numbvr «>f |iomii-< <.ti ihf West < 'oaHt 
ioUr«wUnc luw indualrial, biatorical. 
or aeanlo attrMtloti*. Th« mont 
northerly call will h* t Port Ali< c. 
Ill Quatalno Bound. Then tho journoy 
Mand the northweatem part of ttw 
wanti and aloni; th« north roant will 
lie iri^iili- uiihiiiil MopplnK. until Alf!rt 
Hay in rciii h'll ' ii' i f thf moHt In- 
tcre«tlnK potTll^. 11 . ..iiMPrtlon with 
Cho aborii^nal iifo .of Urltlab Co- 

> A vpeclal non-vtop cruiae vi iii hr 
rftad^ up Knirht Inlef, after whi' h 
\ h'' r I I i lu rri »-\ will lip con i - 

mflH f'l li;. \^.i. Ill <';nr\phf ll l{l\f-r. 
Coniox and I'owo;) i;|\fr the ]i<() 
rnijea from that laat namjed place in 
^Ntneoavor botug mad* wttliout halt. 

\ iricnuv<»r will bf rp;ii hpil on . 
lu f rhrri flip \'jir. ri.i [HI svr n cjrrM 



• wtn be brourht nn her* the aame day. 

I'lirltif-r i Mii^t by the I'lin 
Mnry on thin intereallnv route will 
probubly bo mad* la tllO OMtttb of 
AuKuat. 



Shipping NoC€9 



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The whatlnR steam'^i-' I'luwii .iml 
Hlai k a r«' on the \ lctiiii,i .Maihlncry 
l»<li.it w.iNK undci'KoinK a ueneral 
overhaul, prior to their departure for 
the northern whallnir Vrounda. Thoy 
win b«> olippod Into tlia wator »oxi\f 
tim* today. 

The Hchnonern Orion and St I.aw- 
rftifjo. whii h arr bf>ln|t lonviK-.l li\ 
I hp \' Al r> for the pil- h iril finhinu 
^•.(11 lif hiiuled onto thr deiiot's way.t 
loil.ny The vesnt-lH are havln^^ ma 
cblneiy inntalled anil a genornl over 
naul. They wilt be aJonvaid* tiu 
wharf for aaothor moath. 

The a^lne bftat RIdar. the flr«t of 
the five -i^hlil, are heliiif built oy 
V.irrow.s l.iniltnl for the ^\'e>'t 
• o.im flHhInfr. had her niaat installed 
ycsierday, and will he ready for 
s»r\l( e wlihin the next two or th.ee 
daya. \york on the other four bon't 
»• f pe w d l w g rapMtr- 



Wh»m Yoa Oo T» 

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Oa Oearf lltr»i»t. Inrt off Union 
Bqiliu*. cln»e to stC/rm. i ifr». 

th'*tr««. 0<K><1 »rromm'>'l«tlonii ab 
woi\rr»lJt rH'ti. Ho«t known m'^ls 
>ri UiMtful Bt(t«> Ilr«a.kra«t fsnr, 
flo,- ■;.'.(-, Lniirh e'.i- (flnadart 
■/'•■I Dli\ii»!»l I SiiO(l\yi 11.2ft) . 
MmilrfpiJ r»r pjuscs iluor. St«w»rt 
B inndi trrjini a.tiil utakinRri. 
Ai1»1»»M« to r«terr*Uons lu 

iMlvaue* of kinnJ. 




Th - (■<; MM. ("an..di;.n Seu-n'-i.-- 
wliirh h.i.> Ix-eii ii ndi-rKoi riK r»-palrH 
Id her Ui • ' r ■ the last two week.M at 

V arr. -a \ ,. ready for the watrr 
n» the i ikI uf the week. The veasei. 
'lurtnir her atay In the drydook. ha.s 
i>e«n Unod for rraln oarrylov. 



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Mr .1^ T. Mi Klnney iravellnic pa5 
>''nc«<r aireni of the Northern ratlfli- 
iCallway at Heatlle, .spent veslerday 
In IhiH rlty on oompany. bunlnean. Me 
returiM4 to Saattl*. via Vancouver. 



Th* f*rrybo«t| Motor Prlncena N 
expected at Yarrowa .Monday to 
undent her general Hprlpg overhaul 
prior to taklhv her pl«o* en tbo run 

Tlie freiuh'"! Korholle lied up laJit 

niKhi ai ine ( ivi;. wharf In the In- 
ner Harbor and dlHchantcd about 
alxty tona here and left for UrlUn 
nia B*aeh about 19 v'eloek. 

The C.n.M.M. Canadian roa.Mer 
docked at the 0|^n Point piors \ e.s 
terday afternoon from Han KrHn< i«i i. 
After dNi haruint; tlilrt_\ loii.t of gen 
^ral <arj{o^ tin- vcs.sel. mu\od on to 
Vancouver. 



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' r R. Station. Vincoiiver.' 
leUphont Saymour JaJO 
C«n. Pic. Ry , ' 
TiftiBc Af«at«. 



ADMIRAL LINE 



TO 

CALIFORNIA 



Liner Africa Haru 
Sehedukd to Arrive 
Barly TMg Morning 

Th. ( I K liniT A fri.-a M.ii ii 
11- l^ll' 'I to .iiii\> ..(f th.' I nnt ■ 

^' 'I 'n at :i o'llock this morning, an I 
! ' k nhout Ti o elock at the OuK r 
w ii.irvea. The vesael ia carrying con- 
M.ierabl* trvlght and paw«n««« for 
thla port. Aftfla* dtvchardnt here the 
vea(Wl, will move on to 8«attle where a 
valoabl* cargo of ailk will b* rushed 
bv f«per1nl train to the Kant 

( oUrpr \frn W ill l*nu 
\ isit to \ icforia on 
^oil/ui/i Pacific lour 

(The Northern Pacific Hallway H 
eponaorinr tltrv«> toura into the \Ve<; 

thiH Siininior .niordlnK i., word r.' 
< el\ed >osl< i.la.\ l.\ Mr !■: i;. Rl:i. k 
wood. Iin-.il repreHi'ntai i\ e of th<> road 
■'no if Ihe chl.f i r^. js that for 
' oii.-c.' men. un i- dlreetlon of 

.Mr. r (I 'i'henp.,1.1, former Harvard 
Collea' Kiai .ithieie and now inatruc- 
tor at »i. Mark'a School at South - 
boro. .Maaa. Tha party wUI head 
Weat In July and will la«lu4a Vloiorla 
in Ha rtlnerarr. 

hmpKss of liussif Dm 
Larly Monday Morning 

The Rmpraa of liunala In due to ar- 
rlv«- Hf Victoria early Monday m..rn 
iiil; iiiini the (irieiit Tho \<-^s'l is 
i .iit vmK ., l.irKf pafisengrr aii.l freight 

I - ' f • ir I II 1.1 )iori . 



GVtM I8L.AH1>R WI.XT1 



UL tin-H ALBXAMDBK 

'*»MI SI. tl 

M. BMMA ALBXANDM 

*prO 1 t p A» 

tItOM KKkllia 

SS. ADMIRAL DEWEV 

ADMIRAL scHunr 

Moadkya. • TM, 

tsfermatloB aa* TIefeata 

•ee OaranifnrnI Bl fkniM (• 

PACIFIC S.S. CO. 

vna Afljamai. lam 



The filter T.(!i i»av<t \M.-torla 

' 1 fi f-vxry M.inday. returnlna 

I" \ 111. Tin '|iie.4.!.(y evening, and 
'rnvo V'irfori.'x ev»Tv WddnAaday at • 
a.m. to Qangea Harbor, yraaaadlag 
to Vancouver on Thur*4ay aad re- 
turning ta Vtaiaria 



L&N. Railway 

Vktorla-Nanalmo— f-W am. and 

^ 00 p.m Pai'v 
Vk tiin.i Cmirtriiav (H) .t ni Oaiiy 
rx Sunday 

Victoria* For t Al ber ni— 9 .00 %. m 

Tm*-. Thar, and S«t 
yktftria Lake ( nwktan gjn. 

Wfd. and ^at 

JLD. CHVTHAM. 

filMriCt Fb«"'"<T"' A(renl 

>i^*i^*aaMhi>|-| I 



rongue Was Coated 
Bad Taste In Moiith 
Cvenr Morniiic 

\(ra .IRA '.inn. A r ^ h.iin^ 

fiaik.., writ**: — "ior moaUu I wa* 
troaMad wUi a t«alai Haagva, aal 
hnj a had laaU ia Bj iMatk 
Bioreiag. 

d*r I aaw wfc*ia yaar 

Milburn's 



LAXA-LIVER 
PILLS 



•rere adverttiad far jaat mtk a eoa- 

'hiuiii a% inine, eo I went at aae* 

an. I Sought lhr«Ni vnii nf fhrm hut 

ef'er a'log oa»-anii a hsdf, a.1 m/ 
troubi.-. diaappoaiad. " 

Fur ,12 r»»ar« \.»\% I.irrT V'^'\' ^nr» 

l.i^en put up oaly bj The T Uubiua 



Lighthome Keeper's Daughter Whp Kept 
Beacon Burning Three S tormy Nights 




f r 



Wili Use Nets on 
Fraser River to 
DeUroy Hair Seals 



N 



All l'.M«laiK) rnrnttv rank; with the .^torv of how Tthrl I .a fujt^9,_ti|e fou-'ri-n ,- , 'ri ,! , :.'■>.• .r the kfrvM- . ! ^^t. 
Ilrlc'ii's liRhthoiisf . off H( iiiliMitt:r. Isle oi Wi^ht. ki pi llic braron htiriiifiv; lor liner imkIiIs itijiinj; a \ iolrnt .jtoriii (ier 
parrnis, who ha<l ni >ii< I ■ • ! ' i i i lainl lor .su(iphcs, were uiiahlc I ■ ■ - ' ■ n h. i an m c>f the hra\ j >fa s On the let I i> Ij'lu I. 

With her dog, her only companion during her lony vifil. On the right she le seen citiubing to the tower, where »hc had 

to attend to the lantem.' 



KW WBVrmNimBH. Aprtl 
II. — ^Nata M^h aa ua*d on 
the Canadian Atlantic eea*! in 
111. .M I rmlnatton of hair malh. 

uhi. ii .ire Mid to deatroy an- 

tiiLilis on [\\<- IV., !iir coaat aal- 

moii w -Mil miinoii^ of dollars 
^^ 111 I,, nilroili.. . .1 .oi t h. 
1 ") .1 sf Hi Vii ,1, . . ii-.t III.' 
w . ,t .1 I .M fi \ eti I i ..1.1 \ l.\ \f ' 

K. Maiden, eecretaiy o( th.- 
Hritlah CohMnMa Flahermenn 
Protective Aaaeclatlon, from 
th* Fadaral autherittaa at Ot- 
tawa. 

Rhould the nets prove aoc- 

• .-fill as a meanv of <xl<-r 
iii.:i.i;ii>; the .s»•;^l^. Mr Mii.lfii 
.s , ; il I ti.i I I hey won III . ' < > 
UP ■■ilu' i d oil tlie Skt-elia. 

.sill I'lie iMii other aalaaon 



Big SHgrnaii^ BUam 



The 8a. Km ma Atoxaadar Mt Vie* 
I'T!,, I, IV, nu'hr for the South aft.-, 
I'l' up ninety paaaengera and 

itiout thirty tona of frelfht from thla 
port. Included M tha KaaaMiVl tralghi 
Hhipnaaat la alflitaa« toM of kacral 
slave* ooaaignad to Loa Aa««l*a from 
.> loeal oooporag*. Thla in the fhrat 

Mpment of thin cort ina.!* 'n in thla 
I .1 I to t he Soul h II 1m rt I" ! I ' iI 

l ug Men do Out 
On atrilce in New Ywk 



CARNIVAL REGATTA TO 
fit filOOER THAN EVER 




Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



\1SSIX .MOXI.MFNTS 
SBATTLK, April !».— Arrived M«. 
Oragon. flout beaater^l Alaaka; Wll- 
minirtnn. New nrltaln. Ban Vrartdapo; 

Yoccn Mini. I'roteelln u.s. \uncouver; 
Motor.shlp Apf-x, .\ narortes; Yukon. 
J':mnia Alexander. Northland. Ta- 
I orn;i. Iiepai t'^d Hkajrwav Ak iM- 

.\larij, Tac'i'ta: ^i^' A|"v \ ' i.' ; i 
Wcat Keata. Kmma Aloxand. r. <' ■ 
goana, San Krancl^co; H. A. i f ruins. 
I^ong Ueaeh: London Merchant. I'ort- 
land. 

\s i;a.\(; i;r„ .Apni i -Ballad: 
Queen, AliUtka, soulbbound. 

KBTCHIKAX. April lb.— Balled: 
AU.nka 1,111' . • Kouthbound. 

TAf'Mv. .\pril Ki. — .Arrived: 
Anilr<>a I .ui- K <■ n ii.i. h 1 '.. i.-il< ■ n , London 
Maru, X'an<'Ouver, To.sca. \ alparaiwo; 
Bkagway, Heattle; Ten|)aliian Maru, 
Saattla; Akibagan Maru, Seattle. 
Ballad: Aadraa Laekenbach. Boaton; 
Munlndioa, Baltlmoro; W*at laon. 
Everett. 

1'(>KTI.,A.M>, All ! ; ■ Arrived. 
Warwick. iM* Angelea. llawallan. 
Boaton. Sailed: Warwick, Loa An- 
»■ >a. 

AN FnANCTBCO. April IS. — Ar- 
iived Admiral I'm r i .i(,-ut . t<an I'edro; 
Zenon. Antwerp. Willpolo. ll.iltimore 
Canadian Farmer. \ am duv r r. .'-^o 
noma, Sydney; Admiral Dewey, 
Seattle. Balled: Richmond, Port- 
land: Ludlow. Honolulu; Burna, 
Honoialu; WblpoorwUI. Honolulu; 
Star of England, Port Wrangei. 
Alaska,^ Otokla. Wellington; Frank H. 
Buck. PortlaB<i 

.\rrited 

KOBR, April 13. — Bkramatad. San 
Pedr", Tokii .Maru, Grmya Harbor. 

AKW . YOKK. Aprtl 1*. — Mia- 
Hourian, Ban Francisco. ^ 
YOKOHAMA, April 13.— Tkkaoka 

Maru. Han Pedro. 

.MHtKr)i.K. Aprtl IS.-^Canadian 
i-'armer. Heat lie. 

SHANailAI. April 16.->Ilagu« 
Mara, Ban Franelaoo. 



i'rinoe«i.s Maquinna at Ca<hlalot at 
9:45 p.m.. northbound. 

Waitopatu, a:tO p.Qi.. I4S milea 
from Vancouver, Inbound. 



M iru frorii 



CBBU. Aprtl ll.^X*&wl*t, Loa Aa- 
gele*. ' 

AUCKLAND. Aprtl 13.>-Aorancl, 
Vancouver. 

YOKOHAMA, April IS.— Tatbu 
Maru, Qrajra Harbor. 

OTART', April 14 - Wesi Mixtnn. 

.-an I ": .1 II I I ' • • 

TANA .\I A I \ N A I .\pril M — 

lliirry I .m U »> n l>.i ■ M , ,Sa n I i:inrl«<o. 

.silA.N'JllA I. April 14. Handicap, 
Seattle. 

City of PlLUburg h. at Halifax from 
Calcutta. 

La BogrdfMUUo. St itaiifnx frwi 

Borden ug. 

Marbum. at Kamburg from Bbtoit 

• li.hn 

'.iin.n Park, at MaraeiDaa from 

Saint John. 

Tunadian Conatructer, at BHabane 
from Halifax. 

Balaela. nl Liverpool frotn Halifax. 

wiHi.1,1 s.-, lu.i-oiir 

■BTBVAN, « P.M. 

Quinault. Orajra Harbor to l.os An- 
(fies. H2 mllea from riraya Harbor 

Maitwood. (.rays Harbor to S.m 
I'riinrlBro, 30 milea from CJrayn Har- 
bor 

I'h>lll8. .*'an Kru nc iiiro • fo Seattle, 
mllea from Heattle. 

Admiral Schley. San Fraaclaco to 
Beattia, SIT mllaa from Boattle. 

Laibanger. Vancouvex to .San Fran- 
eiflco, paaaed Cape Blanco, 6 p.m. 

BIdorudo, Reattle to Ban Praacldeo, 
ISO niilee from ff-fittle 

.Mak.iwehi. Ht Helena r.rlMng<- 
ham. 10^ ml|i-M from r.<'T1 1 nK ham. 

West Henahuw, l'ortl.in<l to Van- 
oouver, 136 mllea north of Columbia 
River. , 

Charlie Waiaon. Rlobmoad to Wild- 
ridge. 1 ST mite* from WlldrtiSO. 

Captain A. S I.ucax bouad Aatoria, 
1^.1 tnllea froni ,\<t..rii 

1 I) KlnKBle> \\ I Fibre to .s«n 
! I fo i« rmf ..ijth of Cap* 

i . 1 ■ ■ *- T 

Ixindun .\lcrchant, Heattle to Port- 
land, paaaed Bae* Rock* at T p.m. 

WMMwagtft. ifaMowver to/ New 
Tark. Sit mil** from Vancouver. 

Madraa <^ttv. left .oifoya- Harbar. t 

p ni lw> 1 1 n d I ' I' ! n i 

' ^ ^' ' ^ ' ■ rokobama; 

.>w I north. 1 i 1 4U 



SHIPPING oALian»Ak 
To Arrive 

Prealdent Madiaoo. fiom Ortaot. 
April IT. 

Em p i aaa of Rnaate, from Orion t. 
April is. 

ix)ndon Bhippor, ttom United Xlas' 

dom, April 21. ^ 

Aiabam* Mara, from OHoat. AbvII 

28. 

HhidsKoka lUrv. traaa Otiaat. A»rtl 
Pr*aid*at Jackaon, from Orlant. 

April U. 

Aora«gl. ffom Auatralla. April so. 
Bmpraaa of Auatralla, Crom Orlant. 
May i. 

Ata:;o Maru. from Orient Ma . 
Prealdent McKlnley. from • h i. rit 
May 11. 

Y ot< I tl a II : 

13 

Kii. prt.sfi 
17. 

President 
May SS. 

Aaukn Maru. from Orient, May 2<. 
Niagara, from Anatralla. May 2S. 
nipreaa of Osnada, from OrloBt, 

.\! a . "1 

I'o Sail 

Prealdent ciiKr.t. tor OM n! April 
16. 

Kmpraaa of Canada, for Orloat. 

April IT. 

lyo Mam. for Orient, April 17. 

Praatdoat Madlaon, for Orient. 
Atrtl SS. 

Kmpreaa of f(ws.ni for '>r,,-nt, 
Mav 1 

A I r i< a M a i i. for i irl.r t M , , 
A Ota I ci ' ■ • A :!«'r 1 1 1 a y; , . , 

ITu.sident Jackacn, for Urlent, May 
10. 

Empraaa of A n a tr a l Ui tar Ortaat, 
.Kay IS. 

Alabaaaa Maru. for Orteat. May 14. 
Praaidaat MoKlnUy. for Orient, 
May S3. 

Emprena of Asia, for Orient Mav 



C.U.M.M. MOVKMENTB 
Canadian Freighter. April 10, 
Vancouver for United Kingdom 



left 



April in le'l 



23. left 



ts. 



left 
left 



left 



left 



Ajirii s left A>i- 



nt .May 
if A.sia. from < orient, May 
..^CTeraon. from Orient, 



Shidxuoka Maru, for Orient, May 



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niAirBPAomc mails 

A I ' 1' I ! 1 1 :■ r 

CIlliiM and .la pan 

ha tl' -I V pr ' I I ! 1 ' !i 
II' . 1 K ."il; \ • ■ ' 1 

President .1 ' ri —Due at Yoko- 
hama Aprtl 1' 1 anghat April Si: 
Uoag KoBg. April Zi. 

Ailaana Mmw D bo at .Tokohama 
April IS. 

Emprea* of Canada— Mails eloae 

April 17. 5 r 'n T ' ,'■ > ' „ , I. , ,nft 

April "n, ,Sli..i,K>,rfi .M,, llong 

I > il 111 a M 111 .\1 ills r : I me April 17 
1, p m !• i« • V.'kohani,! .May 6. 

Prealdent Madlaon — Malta eloa'> 
April SS, 4 p.m. Ooo at Tokokama 
May IS: B ha a gkal, May if. 

Bmpraaa of Rnaeta — Malta eioan 

May 1, S p.m. I>iie at VoVoh«m a M»v 
13; Shanghai. M.iv le ii. K mg 
May n 

AuaLralla and Ifow Zealand 

8larr»— Dn* Bydaoy April ST. 

Niagara— D«a Aaoklaai Aprtl s« 

Sydney, May 1. 

Makijri) i\iii gun KrantUiioi \t»l|B 
Clot.e A:ir I IX 4pm Due W'ei linRfon 
May 1' .-J', dnr-v I'. 

Sonooia (via San Fraaotaco) — Matin 
doe* April H, 4 PM, 9m Bpdaey 
If. 



Canadian Hiahlnndfr 
.'^w ansea for 1 1 i : i f , . 

' ' I na di.ui I in p. . i i . i ,\ , ' i . ; 
\ ' r ■. ,' ■ p 

i:anadu.i, f^loneer, Mirch 
VancotiMr for Montreal. 

< na! II rianler, April 
Panama for Ban Pedro. 

Canadian Ranger, - April 
Ban PranrlaCo for Seattle. 

Canadian Ti ,t,-,i,,,. •. ■ \|rii j, i«ft 
I'anama Canal for Vancouver. 

Canadian Bolfaour. April 2, dnivad 
EaqulmaH. 

Canadian Winner. April t. 
JCingston for TTnited 

Canadian Sldrmisher. April 3 
Halifax for I'nlted Kingdom 

•""anadian ('oa it.i Xpiii 'i ,rf 

I r I n ' ; f ..t \ i . • - ■ ., 

<^'aiiailian Farmci 
toria for Ran Pedro 

Canadian Obaarver, Mareb If. ar- 

canadian Xo««r. Aprfl ,'IS. l«ft 
rlvod Prtaoo Ruport. 
Oc^ rail* for Aatorta. 

Canadian Troppar. Marali tl. ar- 
rived Halifax. ^ 

Canadian ProHpeetor, April 12, ar- 
rived n coil ver 



MILL m;\' killed 
ON LEva mm 



Foremitn or Ni ^ \\ o^i m inkier i>cad, 

' CoiiMi.iiii.'ii rroii.itiii I'liially 

Injurtid III Collision 

NKW WK.STMl.VHTKR. April I .=i 
While proceedini; to work at « aaw- 
mill her* thla morning Harry Walma- 
ley, a«ed fifty, planing mill foreman, 
waa inetaatly killed, and Stephen Con- 
ruyt. aged tlilrty*Ave, waa probably 
fatallir Injured when their auto \\a.!> 
atruok by a Canadian Pacific paa- 
neniter train al the level crosninp en- 
tranc(> in the plant. 

Th* automobile, driven by Conruyt. 
waa carrlod olgKty'thro* foot after 
b«lng Btniek by th* locomotive before 
it foil to the aide of the track, cnm- 
ptotoly wrecked. Walmaley-M body 

waa picked up ten feet further on 
Poifor: Wed beriei have some X- 

I • k«a bofor* w* dadde to do any- 
thing. 

Mr. THe: Wouldn't It be cheaper If 
I tell you whnt'a the matter? 



Mora 



Further plan* for the Ma>-time Car- 

ni\al hii\c now been made by the 
committee whif h .innounces that the 
reca't i ihls v.-.ir Ik Io siirpaNS ,ill 

prevloua aflalra of ita kind, according 
to proaant Indleatioaa. > 
The programma for thla a a e tlp a of 

tne laaCTTiTTav iriii iUllJUU* a IQUI 
oared Junior raca and a four-oared 

KPiiior race, for both of which a crew 

Is I V|.i'. I.'il from \ .11;' "ii\i-' \ iii;\eit 
double aculling race will take place, 

alao aingle and donbla four>paddle 
canoo oventa. 

A eontoat will bo bold for the three- 
yaar eap whloh waa wen In IS 34 by 

Mr. W. Lock, of th* J.B.A.A., In a 
Ion:; distance aingle scull rac*, atart- 

mr from the Causeway at 2:S0, and 

f n sliing at the (;orKn 

A big feature of the rejjatta will he 

a special race for indi.ms in 
pravlotia yeara only two eleven-paddi- 
canoe eventa with one elaven-padd i- 
eanoe Klootchman event hav* taken 
plac*. Thla year, however, It la belnic 
arr.nnired to hold .a ace 
for the Indiana Avho i ■ '. i" i/cm 
Thct I ■,\ ; 1 I ' . . I'. I ■ n , . p I'M le 
canoe cvcnl.s, on. i .i Inihan m. n and 
ojie for klootchiii III The .M.Llahai 
Indiana have aasurcd th* committee 
that th*y will be r*pr*a*ntad by ^ 
larger number of thalr tribp thati 
have ontorod theaa aranta tff^ bc- 




.N'i:w YORK. April 16.— The crewg 
of 400 tuga convoying and towing 
l ipping In Now York harbor. %oat 
. lit on atrlke at etx o'clock tonight. 
I he atrlke, affecting 3,000 men, waa 
ordered by the .\.«i«ociated Marine 
Workers until their demand for higher 

' . ,1 I II ii.-r hours is settled. 

ihe Miurine vvorkoro aaak a t*a> 

ur day with pay for ovortlmo. It 
waa aald. rathar than tka praaaat 
worklag arraag*m*nta of alzty to 

" venty hour*. Tha was* ral.>»e« n.iked 
.«ry from increase* of $10 to %-;s a 

moniU in ih.- pa\- of i ook.s to Inrreasea 
of >aO a month in the pay of cap- 
talna. 

- - _ • 

Shipping information 



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'i I ' in i vorv " ■ 
I i«ji I aay It but I hav<» j[ot li in 
my head!" — Pole Male. Parla. 



wai-r from low water. Wbora biaaka eocar 
n 111.1 i.bi' it.M tMe rtam ee tail* •eatto*- 
iij.iy iiuruix (we sa**ifiN* tuSt pwCfc 

without turnlBg. 

Tke helaMja la f*^ aad taatke ef * f*^ 

meaattrad Mm tk4 averaae leva! •( io«4r 

luw watOfV 

ri I II II jlH »T0 ^^<f til* 'iT'h w,l r .n 

111* (111 of tiM atji.l'i. k >i aii« iiii.a. aJa 11. » 
foot to tba bolabt uf i.igii 
all 



I 



COURTS 

1 he Quality 

Whisky of, ^^^^B^ Domialoo 

CmaBaB — 
•into 1859 




This advcrtlseinefit Is not ptibUshctI or di>pla)cd by the Li juur 

Control Board or by the Coverntnent of Britiah Columbia. 



Weather Report 



Rata: aalm: tS.Si 

elondy: ealm 
Koiitheaat 

30 •:. 



Prince Raport' 
4S; ameeth. 

Alart Bay^W«at 
Sf.tS: 4S; amo4>lh. 

■atevnn- Pain lifht 
m 0 7 1. I ■ '-...■ 

I'actif o a I ■ itM' , lifht 

S4; light 

Opirmaaah— Mlaty. rain; w 
fS.SS 

CaB* 
Hght awail 



h»n »no c'l 'hat l|r«<l. lay m* 1- .n-i 
«4e fo«l*eg tak* 14 t« m dMm if •wig. , 



Everybody's 
Gardening! 



We Have the 
Hose and All 
Gardening T<;Noiji8 



"(".rt f)Ut in the gnnlrn ,infl flig: " Whcthrr it be 
^!')\^^r^, iiuif nr \ ccjct,!!.!- '!i< •< ' , iimrh plr.c-iirr in 
j;r<nvin^^ your own and doing ili' < iil' i\ it mj,; . »t'<; 
healthy exercise, too. Never had a bciui stock ul 
tools, etco tbftn w« have right now: 



] lose 



I < • n ( 1 1 1 J.' 
£M>i iiiklcrs 

TroweU 
And many otiier aeeeatittet. 



Rakes S|>adtt 

^^ ' i-^lbarrowi Siicart 

\\ I ( I I' r s ?!:' ; 

CouphinjS Mowcfi 



HickniB Tye Hardware Co., Ltd. 



SS4.SM YMStTMl 



Officd PhofM 3043 



V ; > 



18 



THE DAILY COLOWIST. VICTORIA. B.C. FRidAY, APRIL 16, 1926 



Vaficouver Island 

— • — - 



NR. J. H. GOOD IS 
iUiAHIi PRESieENT 



Honnl of I'radr 
ntf In liM !• 
AooUkt Term 



/ 



y NANAIMO. April i ii 

Ci^od wgji r«-el^rti>4 prmM/nt f ir inx 

third ronM>rutiv>- tt-rm iil llic .innunl 
me^flnir of ihf .N\(r-«iin.. l;..iit.| ,.f 

i.fflriTK A,, \ I, , |,r»-Hl.l»nt Mr 

Arthur I/i'ij;lu.ui v.-. ri-Irtr\ Mi M i' 

iron«t(l«, tr««uiurcr, idr. Ju. 11. Ulrd. 
Tll« •l^etlon of ehalrm«n of com- 

•f»l rommlltr^n wsk .i\<"r t<> th«- 

nr«( tii'-<f:nK of ih- iiM;,r.| 

I'rfMfi.ni <).,..,! v.ii.niKted a report 

. on III" wnrkirik- nf th« bMr4 during 
ih« pa«t y»ar, whlcb waa oa« of tlM 
moat ouUtan^ln* In'tho hlatciry of tH« 
orcanl^tlon. there bming nd Icm than 
Klxty-iilne new menibem admlttcr! 

' during tif year, while the numii' r ..r 
mattara handled by ihp ho»r.i . i 
caa4l^ all pr»>\ ii.ijH r.- -i-i,,. ,ii.,u- 

Tn#n of fho •<<M.,r,,| , . , I, , n II 1 1 fil-,, 
1 "por r*-.l III. v. ,,rl, , ,,r I i.'.l out ,iij, 

IriR thr |i,,NI Iw U. inoniliM ini.ri-«^ 
mil: .i.l.lr. M.Mf.s li»-:iij; iTi .luririK Iti" 
f'fnlriK l>> Dr. T. J. MilMiee, Mr. O. 
H Praraon and Mr. C. J, Yorath. maa- 
adns dlreator of tlia NanalnM Blec- 
trte Ucht ComfNMir. wlia prMleted a 
yraaporooa futare for the city. uu.\ 
atatad the latentien of hia comr>.in, 
waa to eo-operatr In pv^ry men fUKii' 
for the advancement of the < it> and 
rl i.it rii f . 

The financial autement for the 
yaar ahowed a aubatantlal eaah bal- 
ance on hand. 



CIIRMAINrn. April IS— The NHvy 



Betgiam PHnct tM H * 
G9 Huniimg in Afrka 



l^aguti Cadet li.iiul 



\ irl nrl.i 



vl^tl^.t < 'hrnialriDft ..ri .Siitur<)rf\ nnrt 111 
Ifi'^ <\>Tiinir K» > •■ .1 ^()l^•Hlllll i.inrrri 
lo » will fllird hMll Thr |iri>»;rii 111 nir 
1 <ir>j.ii«t<-.l .if iwU. tiiins \,\ (hr I'JtrnI 
rrnirly wrii ri'iKli-rrd, lrU»rj«perM»-<l 
danrlna and comedy Honsa l-v 
the apecial urtlata. Miaa ffaaate PHch- 
ford «nd Mr. Arthur WMU. * The ex- 
hikltion of tha ClMirlatMi waa much 
' n|»ya«. Wttila Jiare 'ttie b«ya were 
enl«rtalna4 by a immiifr of «:h<' 
malnua reatdanta. leavniK un Hun 
dM3r'm»rmina%Br Vtetarla. 



' 'n Tti'»K<1,i '. 
1 ■ • ' 1 1 , f r t will ( 
nui I II 1 1 ^ 1 li (ir.) I 
ha\<- liein lirlil 
Winter inoiiihs, 



Ki^' M l.\ lli<- I h.' 
.^111 li-l I 'r .|( I l< I-,-* 

regularly d'.iiiiK ihf 
and a isinni pi " 



Wkh^ Mpe Held 

At Part Alh€rtU 



^T?T AT..BKn\l April ). 



• I.I i< 



I 111 



•Hint; 



• Ii W.N.A. Mall 
' " t»itM*ff hauaa 

and beach. Mra. 11. ij. I'laeo waa ln- 
atrumanUI In tha orsanlaatlo* and 
MMcaaa of tba affair. Tbdaa winninc 
priaaa w#re: Mra. Harford. Aral: 
Mra. Bellamy, runs.d.-itidn \tr n h. 
Jaokaon. flrat: Mr M..tt<>. ron.Mfiii.n.ui 
A auc-ii.'.fi.i If, ..,n<i aale of i.n . 
^owlnic nnd home cookind w«|i held 
' ' Ansllean Hall an Wadnaaday 

afternoon. 



wn^m^ of dieea. aolaa and oreiir 
tral aalecMana la promleed. 

Pleasant Programme 

t^njoyed at Sidney 

PIDNEV. AprtI 16.— An enJo\ ,, m, 
entertainment waa held In BerjuM; 
Hall, on Tuaaday. April \^, under 
the auaplren of the l.Kllr, <if St. 
KUsabeth N '■h.ir- ti .\i , ^ Lowi .- .,f 
Vlftorla. v\h.i ,^ . .rn cn.r. Iiad 

■"'■"'«*■•' ' Ill I lo. gramme, 

\' iiili- Mr. 11. Thomas proved a oar 
' 'Lilrman. 

' I ' f irat Item on tha procramnx 
' .1 pretty aong and dance by Bai>\ 
L;dn« Lowrla, who dlaplaye.t won 
derful talent for her yearn f.il|..w.-.i 

hy two daligbr'ul ,,.1,., !,, \lr.M. .l.-sxr 

l^'ngfleld. A .-^piru ii .iifi,.. I,, MiHN 
I'illsy Borrow ill. in . , <.\.., iitr(| 

nfter W hioli Mi^s M.nin- i;r;ihBin 
N.tiiir - niK- I .,,,!\ .Moo,, ■ ,,,,, ••The 
W.irll N Waiting for tlir Muntlae.'' 
" > • ■ Two humoroun nonfa, "Tou 
""Khi to Hee the Old Folka Now" 
" I My GMrra rda*,** by Mr. W, J 
' obbett ware much appreciated 
while Mr. n«yd *are an excellent 
* tep dance. Mra. Kennedy 

In W* Bud." and ' AM 1,, 
Summer'a Day," In her ueui. (,: ., 
Inc m. inner, followri i,v .-i n ii .), n 

'■ ' I ■ I I Ml. , I r,, V, , I, ,1, 

il ' 'i'- .1 III I. 11: (■ \| , (; ( 




rriiNCK t iiAaiiF^i 

■«>(»nd pon of iho King and Quren 
^ Balylum, who is to be a memhT 
o( A p»rty »aw bflng orsaalaad In 
L>oada»> for a Mr dftiM kvst in 
Oiktral Afrida. 

Boy Strikes Car 

.NA.NAiMO. Ayrll While eoaat- 
ing down tka Cl*mnl>y hill en hki 
bleycia yaaterday afternoon. For. 
■kaw Bukin. atxteen. of Waterloo, 
naar hare, polllded with a 1 ;ir firivp), 
hy Mr. .T. T, rvavlen of injn.an m tlif 



ml.,-. 
ir..| ■ I 



I hf 
inn 

KlTI 

the 



I 11 I r 



' ■ ' 1 1 .1 ■'1 ,1 In 
I « ,1 \ Till- 

111. ,M- h 



I "1 cfk PrtdKe 
I 111 pa. I I li rfw 

I 1 sii;U 



ttif top of I lie iuitii, cau.-inK a 
'ii-* wound. Me won ron\ > . .'.I t.y 
Uranby ambulance to the X^ady- 
amlth Hoapital. where hIa lajdftoa 
were attended to. 



Hlo 1 1 

l.^u-i. 




'f" ' 111' I. 1 1; '-oio -'Macuah- 
« »' M i. r>.l.r.,l by Mr. D. C. 
llughea. Mlaa Ualay liorroWman did 
another eharmlat Bpaniall danoa, fol- 
lowed by twe exceedingly good dueta 
"Oome Sing to Me," and ' aomewhere 
« Voice la Calllnir." by .Mr< I..,i,k 



fi Id and Mr 

' I m mo XV .1 s I 

'1 lit c\|iiliUl.,r, 
M I M»-i r\ fu ;,| 
Iil ik'hter, \ lola 



Hii(fhei. Th. 

'Ill ! i'le,l liy ,1 , 
"f -l'-l*hl of h.,,, 

VK .,tPt| l)y |,,S 

.Mrs Kennedy, 



Logger Wiw SuU 

VANCOUVJ2R. April 15 — Conclud- 
Injf trl;»l In Supremo Coiiri Mr Ihm 
tif-e I) A. .MrDonald ycstenl i , ,. w.ir.l 
ed I) Porter (liirrlxon. of Nanaimo .1 
InRglnii operator, jnrlcmen' asralnst 
Tlo.niAon A Clark mpany. 
I'd. of Vancouver, for breach of 

uiract. Hia Lordahip ordered the 
registrar to aaeertAin d»magea, for 
which Oarrlaon had claimed 1 169.000. 

COURT M.m THUID 
6££R USE IN WEEK 

All. . 111. r \lli-fr<>d Bootlc«:;:<'r l 

Ucfore Moskitrate Jay C . 

With Xaeplad Liquor for Rale 



U'lKhof:, Mlaa Lulu Andros and 
\ I. line Croafley proved efficient 



Mrtt. 
Mian 

... - . ac 

nii'anlata. 

•Supper waa earved by tha ladles of 
i.e chureh, after which the ereninK 
' ided with an enjoyable dance, tbc 
nniato for which waa aupplled by 
Madden'a three-pteoe orcheatra. 



The third :ille»i.-.| 1,., 
nnie up tiefore .M,, • . , 
U I'"re.| < ; ii.stafjsoii %\ 
■■ I ' n , I'ollce Cniii 



1 



1 1 . 1 1 K f . 
"tnnla^ 



>/r« W. Dmonm Sgeake 

On tneeet Peete 



< 



fieauty 

nnd 
eanliness 



hand m hand 



■mount of tndke- 

^ lip can give you nat 
ural it^mplrxion Ixrantv 

Such beauty is Nature .s 
own rewtffd' lot skin 
cleanlincM. 

And this may he haJ 
onit by ucing regularly 

a v>a p that Id toochisig to 

the skin 

You'll iind that when 
TOU use a toap at mild 

and pure as Plantnl, vcu 
need not have the slight- 
eat fetr of Irritating your 

slcin, no matter hoi 
sifive It m.jv be 



In \i<t the mure oltcn, 
and more thoroughly, 
yon i>,it[ie in its rii h anJ 
cleansing lather, the more 
quicklf your ^kit^ will re- 
train its vonrhfiil fresh 
ness and texture* and 



You can buy Plahtol at 

any place, any rime 
Btit for vi'ur complex- 
p'lv''. <;alce, you ahould 

ftcc it at your aearaae 
ocafer's nxteyf 

Plantoi 

made oniir horn pUint, 
fntk and jtower oils. 
MfM »itTN(ii uaini 

TOtOHT* 

A skin 
kfipideanis 
alwaifs clear 



V.KKV .Sin IKK, .\!.r.l I.". x ,,,.,st 
I'l.r.- .sting meetlrsf « h h - ;.| ,, • 1; . . k i 
I lit .>^. luK.I on \\ .1,, . nit In 

i» I'lTi Mr W Ixiwriis 1)1. 1 'orn ,1 I,.', 

I ■ ino|..Kl»i Rave a delightful talk 
l e^ts. in«-ota and Their Con- 
trol.' Twenty-four were praaaat. 

Membera were ranladed of the 
concert and dance to be held at Laix- 
ton on Wedfteaday, April 81, in aid 
of the Chlldren'a Solarium Fund; ;.n.i 
notice waa riven of a Inntern le. tur. 
on "Vancoifver isi.iii.l ami tii,. 
nocklea." to be given l.y .Miss Korh^s 

Ragley on \Wi1iu-.'j<1 i> , April 
'■ r' "1 ln.«<pe. tf>rH for the Chll- 
I • ' '.Ifns In ( onnectlon With the 

'11 i" ' I ■ were elected. 
A m i -i oieand fancy dance waa 
" Kgeated and approved of. to be held 
in May, tor the Institute Building 
Fund. 

Mr. Ball propoaed and Mr. F. Itei.j 
•>e. onded a hearty vote of thnnks to 
the speaker, which w;i.s wiirnily en- 
.I.T'^p.! '.\ ,!: prrMon' Kr'frc.Hhment.x 
»'ih .Mr. l'. Tarkcra excellent coffee, 

n eluded a aseat auoeeaaTuI maet- 

Ing. 




Chemalnue Newe 

< iii.M AI.NUS. April II.— On Mon- 
day evenina a card party, under the 
auaplcea of membera of 8t Mlchael'a 

Ohurch, wa.s heUI in the ,,1.1 t,all. flf. 
teen tnble<> of prof r< -mi v .■ in-u heing 

111 |r..[:,..^M The 1- i,. ,v n., A ere the 
1.1;/.. wiiiii.-r<(, l-'ii'j| ,.r;/,.- Cans, 
well and .Mr 1. S!,r ■■..n,l .MI.ok 

-^ or.iii imver and Mr. Ii. li. Hhaw; 

''K'lia. Mra. PHtchard and Mr. 
Uonaall. ilefreahments were aerved. 
the aupper table being decorated witli 
■logwood and red tuUpe. Th.- i.uter 
pnrt of the evening waa «pent In 
'l.-.n. iHK M.-H.-ri. 1; and A. llowar.l 
Ml..-.! i.in.l \ kUiiis: their aervicea In 

i ' • ■ "iii't " = ' 'T I he iiancera. 

Ml" Uiilter I'orlfr entertained at 
«n enj.ivabie party recently hi honor 
"t the fifth birthday of her twin aom* 
trharfea and Bobby. The afternoon 
waa apent happil) in game^ ten heio^ 
•^er^'ed out of door's T)io«e preiaerit 

" ''.'I'-'l M > - r ; [t.,I, I'.ll , I, i;, 

""' ■ ' I 1^ w r h i|«-rniU>ne Spur- 
hri. i...T:.ih, .,,,,1 \ ,.-, Fraaer, Violet. 
Kuthletn and Jean I'orter. 

Mlaa HetMse. of Thetia Island, was 
i reeeat vMtor to Victoria. 

Mr. T^rty. of Vaneouver. upent the 
week-en<I hei" 

Mra. Arthur < ; 11 1 1 1> r . .] . - -h* cuetit 

of Mra. II 1 1. i- . i 

Mm y.rnklnf and Mla.i Marjory 

i-;rskine -.pent a few daya In Vletertn^ 
during the week. 

Mlaa Murtel Parter was a visitor in 
NawUaae far the week-end. 

Mr V. W. Anketell-Jonea I* In Vie 

'•■'i.i f..r n few d«.\»i 

»-;ile«(, fhtpp, ,,f \:»nrouver, 
v« In I he,- , . ... rr,t . owing tO 

0 - "ori.ius I'lnr.vs of her Rtother. Who 
' hoxpiini here. 

^i-^a. J. Taylor la aaw aeeapying 

n*w rosldaBoe. 
Mr. and Mra. J. O'Xaafe. >h 

•ecapled Mr. A Oiillhrlde'. ^M ir„ . 
»' Saltair for ih. 1 , • . , > , ^ ^ 

■irned to .New W mm •! r 
The ix^Unn h..«t sm. Kobi iteared 
<hu morning with a coaatsaMant of 
inaiher. 

TiffriH Floods Recede 

HAia.AD. April l».~rUod« whl.h 
h«ve been throat enhid the dwnl ruc- 
tion of (Ma city heeaaae ef the Kwnllen 
cofidMlefc t the TUtiia River, .re .uh 
■idlnr and the danger now in believed 
to be ever.! 



iniiiK «iiti keeping liquor lor aule 
premlaes at S4S Fiagard Street. 
iwKi waa confronted with an elaborate 
array of whtaky, ram. gin. brandv 
and beer aa evidence iigainnt him 

The premise<* \\fr»» r.iiije,! on 
Suml.i 11 I.:!,! |.\ 1 hief Krv. .'-^frgeani 
^leatley and Constable Woodburn. 

Chief Pry taatlfled that be feun.i 
Ave men In a aitttna'Toom of the 
houae with four opened bott1e.<» of beer 
l efore them. Two of thr \^ r- re -i r ii 
10 drink the beverage 11.- f.nm.l 
' ' ri"-. n 111 III. , , , ,, . i. , I n;; a 

10. mi vsith fuur opened hottlea in hi-* 
hand Kntering that room later ho 
found It to contain a large atore '>r 
liquor. Klaa.se8. slices of lemon. tTu\ ^ 
und a bowl of augar. In the bathroom 
more liquor waa found. And in the 
woodahed reposed 114 empt> hen 
hottlea and a number of empty whl.sk\ 
l.ottle.^ 

s>rK'Ain llf-atley and ConaUble 
\\oo.,,,„rn corroborated the Chief s 
evidence, and to enable the acouaad ' 
«eruro legal advice. Magistrate .T .v 
ttdjournad the caae until thl- nmrnlnK 

Charged with ilrlnUIng luiuor • 
">i Inn ,.t .1 r'l." e other than In • 
Kiie.sl roiiin. .Vaniuel (.'ralg, one of the 
men seen In drink beerin the alttlng- 
room. was Hned 160 or one month in 
Jail. The other man facing a almllar 
• harge waa remanded. 

World travelers' 
souyewrs am) fund 

Mr. and 



Mw. Reginald Chave fiend 
New Rome r<.r •^llvtr Ira In 
Aid of < liiirrii l iinilx 

.Mr. .-inrl Mra. Kcglnnld Chavo Wed 
neada> nfternoon and evening gave 
Jamea liav I'nited Church the benefit 
of their r. . ent Very Intoreafting trip to 
'he Far Eaat. India and the Holy 
i^nd. when they lent their new home 
"Harcourt Houae." 23.'. f.uv.-rnment 
Street, for a ailver tea In aid of the 
rhurrh fumla. 

The hiK drawing-room proved to be 
a mu!<eum of Orlenui carlos, ruga 
siika. carvings and oraamenta. and 
^vhlle Mra. Chave, meat, picturesque in 
• eriae Benarea silk, enplaine.i th» 
origin and asaociatlon^ of thr \ irlnua 
interenting dbjeiti, in , , , ,,f ,^1, 
houae. Mr «'h;ivr in .noih-r room 

to.ii, II, r ,,,, little imaginary 

1 .r.niion... ihrnugh the Orient, hIa 
nr.itihi. wfird-pleturea being llhiatrmted 
with aeveral very fine photographs. 
There was. In addition, an anjnyable 
mnaleal preeramme, those a.«i«iing 
being Miss Clarice Buckler, vocalist 
Mlaa .Vora McCulloeh Md Mr. In. 
Ullworth, plnnliit« 

^f'-" Ki--'r,i, . he prealdent. and 
membera of tbc L^diaa* Aid ef the 
church had charge of the rafreahmem 
part of the preeeedlncs. aad the I 
C O.I.T. girts eperated a siirtsTLi ' 
candy-atall. which appreelably aap 
plemented the fiinda. 

M .'>.i Mrs. ('have and their two 
' hi I" I rfi virforU in November 
19" « f the r»r Kaat. and before 
their rriurn hoflM laat October they 
had visited Chhia dad japan, th.. 
.Malay Penlniiuln. Burma, and Indl.i 
(where they apent sis monthp\ 
tb#y visited Piftrf H. i 1 ,, . , 
Kgyp' before goinir f .r , 'h»-. 
motor tri[i thrnnitt, ii. ||. 
tiefore the>- Tr-,,h..1 i.rigland 

n-ade »h,.rt u« ' •,, - .u and France 
Ai; the iirne (h^y were collecting 
a.iuvenir*. and v laliora yeoterday found 
the time all too ahert t» aee the 
many interenting thhups; earved 
Ivories and dyed atlka ffrem Indteh 
TlfceUn ruga. Madraa and n»nar«« 
trays of inlay ;it.i 
anointlntr apo.>ii» i--, .1, i-,,, 
ma bag' t.i » r'-'ii.(.,r: r,,, t.rj,) 

.ll-ewi .;n.l ^(r., , ,|,r,l woil. 

'r.pe.l I.nrr, . , . p „ | l„,||,p 

roi'-.!:ih ^rnhr. . . . n v r , «n f j . . r, Spuria 
.4 paur: .,r V.^-ji'ian i..n> wo-w j,nr1 » 
doien dolU i eiirri.enf lt»g MohaiDNie- 
dana. Telegu tad lee. Rvnaaae. Oalfcl 
and other parte ef 



then 

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the- 



BBST QUALITIES 



DAVID SPENCBR» UM|TED 

Store Hour* 9 A M to 6 P M. Wednesday to 1 P.M 




SUPERIOR VALUES 



Our Service in Spring and Summer 

Fabrics Gives You Great Choice of Colorings 

N»yy Tallof ed 



Suits 

Fof Women and 
Mines 

Very Smart In 

Appearance 

Tailored Suits' of navy 
Poiret twiU and tricotihe» 
with medium lenj^h coats 
iiKidc most attractive with 

<c\i trimniincr or braid 
iMiiding:. The skirts arc in 
--trai.crht line ofTect witli slit 
[inikrt^. T litest- [\vc Ixitll 
hcrniniiij.; .md siiit.iMc for 
Spring <»r Summer .md 
verv moderatelv priced at 

$37.90 




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LOVELY RICH SILKS 




For Spring 

40 I Mi ll .s.i!k r.c .! ,;r(t(\ in a fme 

csni weave aiitj quality; full 

range of the latest shades to select 
from. A yard 91.96 

.■^0 III. :i tut \\ Ork Canton Crepe, 
the \ci,y latest for present wr-^v; 
shown in blue, green, white ami 
biscuit grounds. A yard, ^.75 

36-Inch Striped Silk Broadcloth, hard weai n iti.ilit 
fnprs of pretty shadea; makes a most useful <i>. 

1^ *^ ^ ****** *^**"** •••••••••••^ ».,... 

—atlka, Mala Fleer 




in 

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Japanese Crepes 
I9c a Yard 

Japanese Crepes, in rose, 
peach, «k\. riiprnhapfcn, 
fawn, urdiij^c, niaizc, jade. 
Nile, pink, helto and 
many other shades. Suit- 
alile for cliildren's wear, 
elf. ; 30 inches widr 

>ard 

—Warti Oaaaa, Mala Slaar 



40-Inch Plaia 
Voiles 

Special A Yanl 

29e 

« 

Plain Voiles, fine in texture 
and very dainty fabrics. 
They are offered in shades 
sky, light rose, deep rose, 
.saxc, helio. IriiKm. Nile '' 
markablc value, a yard, 'JS&f 
"frittk OaMlW Wala Vlaar 



l««at«i«, lat Vlaar 



PULL-OVERS 

Silk and Wool i'tiU Dvrr. in pUin style, featuring the Eton 

collar and with two pockets. 

Chilprufe Over-Blouses, with small open collar, ami im 
I lir l down front with l utton fasteners. They have one 
Ijrcast pocket and two at bottom. 

These are shown in blue, orange, pale green, shell pink, 
powder and white. Good valiiet for ^fg.! 



Smart 

Orct-Bloffset 

We are showing aome very 

1 rrttyCrepe de Chine Over- 

I'!' Mi'^f--. in.i.lr in tiilivir'! .,r 
more drc.s.«»y styles, trimmed 
with tucks or embroidery. 
They have lon^ short 
sleeves and arc shown in all 
popular ahades. Sizes 34 

to 48. Each f7.96 

ikriMr 



Gifh^Sweatcf 

Special Today 

r.irls' S\\ c.tfrr ('.•at s, 
brushed wool or plain 
knit, broken lines, ia sixes 
for 4 to 8 years, in shades 
of navy, saxe, grey and 
fawn. Special at 81.85 

"^IMraa'a Waar. iia fWr 



LACE BRASSIERES 

Neat Fitting Brassieres of white lace and 

pmk t;mr\- rf,t{..ti. k Ii.iok Style with 

JiiAcity ribbon straps. Very sprri.ilfv 

P^'ced at :pl.00 

l!.Tn(lrttr r..T r Hr .1^ ,irrc.s of good weight 
all uhitc lace, back hook styles; goo-! - r^r 

ing quality. Each ' ^1.75 

^-OaTMta latyiaar 

G ingh ams ■ and Chambrays 

Naw Fabrics— New Colorings Bi^ Values 
Checked Ginghams, suiuble 
for children's wear. Shades, 




blue, pink and black and 
white. Great val':-* a 
.wd \Uf 

riaid (Jinghams in the new- 
est combination colorings, 
plaida and checks; 27 inches 

wide, and suitable f..r diil 
dren - wear. .\ yafl 25<^ 

.12- Inch riaid liinghams of 
excellent texture, and in 

shades f.f mati\e. bine, black 
and white. A yard 28f^ 

Dress Goods and 

Coatings 

Ba c tllan t Values Today 

40-Inch Navy Serge, good 
hcjivy quality, .speaally 
SuitaMr for children's \vr.nr. 
and a wonderful value at, a 
yard ...^•,.,,.„^^^ 

31 I m il Shorts Flannel, ab- 
--'■Tntrly fa«;t colors; makes 
a most useful dress; retains 
ita freshness for a long 

navy, raspberrs. lawn, grey, 
«rbite. powder 111 He, mauve, 
Copenhagen, orchid, peri- 
winkle, jade, paddy, orange, 
rosewood, red. wine, ab- 
MHthe. canary, cameo. 
^ I own and ro il \ 
>arfl - f l.OO 

54-Inch Wool \ clour, just 
the proper weiglit for Sprini;^ 

coats; has a very f^i.. ' r 

pearance; t»howu in iirc\, 
fown and navy. Yard, fl.tjS 

Ffffured IJniafs. a splendid 
^ 1 sateens. 

etc. I'ficcd irum. a \ar.! 
to f 1.75 



Dres.s (linghatns in manv 
attractive color combina- 
tion-, plaid .ind stripe ef- 
'cct.s; as.sortcd colors; .U 
inches wide. Special, a 
vard 85^ 

Plain Chambrax, in ' i !rs 
of maiive, Nile, p r a c ii, 
Of tiller, sand, sky, deep- blue 
and Ir n. .11 : .^J inches wide. 

Special, a yard 35f 

32<Inch Plaid Ginghams in 

m.iiis r, .I(.r i ■ 
l)latk. blue, mauve an : ik 
on white ground. Yard. 

— WMk oaaaa, Maia VtMr 



MEN'S SHIRTS 

special Valuee Today aad SoMr^ay 

.\fen s Fine Printed Percale Shirts, well made and 

rooniv ; patterned with assorted fancy -^tripes on cream 
or white ground. .Ml sizes. .Special value to<l;i- ;.n 1 
S«torday ^1.50 

Fine Shirts of English broadcloth, Lang br.in.j 11 
have soft neckbands, double soft cuffs, and patterned 
fancy stripes ; assorted eolors. All sices. Bach. f8.80 

Men a White and Tan Onting Shirts, with colUrs at- 
tached and points buttoned down. They have deep band 
cuffs to button. All abea. Special f2.25 

—*»•• • ^»a«ila««. Mala na»r 

\ » 

Siieets and ^ShetHngg 

Tho Beet TaliM of iko Year 

Sbecu leady for aae. These are made from a good 
grade sheeting, and for regnlar nae are onbeataMe. 

Sice 61S X 90 toclMa. Spee^, a peir 

Sice 72 V "O inches. Special, a pair 

Si/e 8f) V inche.H. Special, a pair .fibTS 

Fiiilv i;ira. hr<l Sheetinc well woven ood reliable: 63 

in. he -, 72 tn. hrs and 81 inchea widr t-., ,. i 
to width, a yard . 45^, .-,Or . ({Or 



Broadcloth, Poplins aad 

MtiU 

Fine Wasii Fabrics— All Good Values 

38-Inch F.n^,Hiv|i .-t!i]K(l Hroadcloth ..f fine texture, and 
shown in tlic new designs and colorings. .vIkkIc m, Indc 
mauve, blue, scarlet, orange, maice, brown and green it 
tractive color combinations. A yard 08f> 

40-Inch English Stripe Poplin, in all the latest designs and 
colorings. Stripes of orange, new !.:rc'('ii. lrm<>n, mauve, 
blue, sand, prat li and black and white. .\ yard 8^1^' 

Fine Colored Lingerie Nain.sooks : -li.idcs< pink. mau\r 
sky and white; make up well in lingerie; 36 inches wide 
Specialj a j^ard •-—•—•.•••..•♦••..~~....«^....».^.,,,^.^„.^^„„^,^,^5o^ 

Colored Lingerie Mull; shades are pink, rose, Nile, sky. 
mauve, peacbp lemon, block and white; 36 inches. Speci.^! 
a varrl 

Mcrceri/.cd Lingerie Mull. .^0 inches wide, fme qr.idc, .md 
shades Nile, mauve, lemon, blue, black, cream and white. 
Special* a yard ~ — ».65^ 



Men'a Light 
Welgbt 

Ovetcoats 

$20 and $25 

(Mir ^ t o c k I .f I .ii;lil 
W ci^ht C)\ crt ( 1.1 1 N t'. -r 
men's Sprinjj and Summer 
wear excels former dis- 
plays for .issortmcnt and 
^t\lcs 'l lir\ arc made of 
well \vu\cn cli'tlis in all the 
new shades ami patterns. 
There are the popular 
radio weaves, zi^-zag and 
novelty cfTects or pro 
notmcefl rlierks; tlie 
new styles tor Noung^ men 
or quieter models for ccmi 
servative dressers. They 
arc finely tailored throm-li 
on' arc titinrt 1 t IukmI 

\s 1 1 1 1 I i 'k , \ 1 1 M / < ' . I ■ r I , f , ! 

at.. $20.00 and $25.00 
a Clachlaf. Mala naar 



CHILDREN'S 
OVERALL^ 

l ot I'laytiinc 

Khaki (,>\erall.s. a new ship- 
ment in all atyles, one or 
two-piece efTcCta, with 
middy and detachable 
bkwmers. finished with clas- 
tic at the knees. Si^es for 
6 ^J 14 years. ^ ; , 

fli-.-iO 

Blue and Khaki Drill Over- 
alls, with turn-down collar, 
two pockets and narrow rcfi 
piping Good washing fab- 
rica, in sizes for 2 to 6 vear« 
Specwl *t f'1.25 

— Chiiarwa Waar. im riMf 

TOWELING 

17 Inches. Wide, on Sale, a 
Yord 




lie V 
in 



30c 



All Pure Kinen Crash 

Towrlint; f.f fine \\eave and 
with bitie and pmk borders; 
sturdy toweling that ti most 
anoaual val«e» Ami 17^