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\lCrOKlA, BKlTlbil COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 



DOMINOES WIN B.C. 
TITLE BY DEFEATING 
VANCOUVER WESTERNS 



Congratulating B.C. Title-Wiftners 



Victoria Batketball Team scores 46^6 Triumph 
In Fiftb Game of Hard-Fought Series — 

<!a parity ( Irowif ISecs Came— —Reeve Alex J 
Locklcy Presents T rophy to Winners ' 



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JI 7ICTORIA Uominoes are sitting on top of the British Co- 
y' iumbia Bcnior "A" men's basketball domain today, rulers 
of all they suryey. They won the fturels in decisive fashion 
last night before a wildly-cheering and highly-enthusiastic 
crowd at the High School gymnasium, when thejLdefeated the 
Vancouver Westerns, defending provincial and Canadian title- 
holders. 46-36, in the fifth and final game of the cbampiOnthip 
play-offs. ' ■ \^ ~^ 

Dominoes playrd smart WlttWiBair 
last night, and alter esubllahlnc an 
eight -point lead af'lhe end of the 
opfiiiiiK quarter, wt-rr iipvrr headed 
Every inpnil)er of the local squad 

— turned lir^a great performance, with 

_ the team tetumlnK to the form that 

' carried It to victory in the fir:>L 
game on th e Mainland. 

^ REGAINS TROPHY 

British Columbia lit leholdrrx in 
****-.^ r^""*"'^'^ tr%.iinetL vot^iti^- 
•ion of the handsome Che&terfleld 
Trophy, emblematic of the cham- 
pion; lup Thf picviu al ion ifc 
mony crealod plenty of conunotion 
at the High School gymnasium with 



TRAM POLL 
DATE FIXED 





mm mmi 

^ NEXT MOVE MUST BE ITAiyS 



Thn c Residents of 

ytmcourer Island 
Seriously Injur^flL;. 





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March 

29 (/T — Three residents of 
British Columbia, en route 
home f ram the Sari Franelseo 

Pair, were seriously injured to- 
day, near here, when their 
coupe left the road on a curve. 
Edward H. Williams, forty< 
nine. Cobble Hill; Mrs. EUli- 
beth Jacob.s. .seventy -live. Mill 
Bay. and Mrs. Vara Pritciiett. 
fcrty-twn, Ylctflrta. all luf-. 
'ered-aerlouacttta and Ivokeir 
bonee. ■ _ 



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Property Owners to Vote 
April 1 1 on Continuation 
Of Street Cars 



HKHL wu.-> a liappy group In the 
High School gymnasium last 
night after the. Vi ctorta Pomin oe.s 

d'fcaird Vancoiufr We.stems. hold- 
of the Canadian bastKtball 



LoclUey. of Esquimau, presented U\e 
I rheeterfteM-Onpk symbolic o f tl>e 
British Columbia championship, to 

C'liucli Chapman, captatti of— 

Victoria leain. 'Hio fc^quimall wseve ' Coach Eric Cox. 
can be seen in the left centre, while Arthur Cox and 



Chuck Chapman, John Mylrca. Wil- 
liam Blapd, Bert Davles, Dr. T. 
Miller, "Biiaher" Jackson, Manager 

i Hlii oes">, | 

JohiiiiV Johnr.on 
Dr. Ken Darby- 



CUy tiixii.urrs will ii't;i.>tci the: 



faas inUUuu around and pu.'.hln».^yoi%2D April 11 on the quesUon of 
here and there to get a glimp.se ofl'^'^^ ^ ^ * th e pfeaent, street 
the cup Congratulations were in 
order and for many minutes there 



was considerate hearty hand- 

shakli.R ) 

Jimmy Bardsley, a valuable player 
on any ball dub. and a merfkber of 
the Vancouver Western, wa.s one of 
the Xlrst to confratulale Chuck 
Cbapmah. captain of the locals. 

CenUn«ed en Pate U. Celann 1 

WINTEK lOURS 
itEPOifTED HERE 

Nearly 13,000 Foreign Auto- 
mobiles Enter Customi 
Ports Before March 

Counting tourist cars well in >ui- 
vance of the opening of the tourlat 

fcn.M-in. <if thi> Provincial 

'lYavel Bureau found yesterday that 
12,M3 foreign vehicles li.ul inteTed 
at British Columbia customs port.s 
in the first two months of this year. 
11 675 of whleh were tourlni? panic.'- 

VancoMver received the bulk of the 
tisafflc, with a total or t.WtHears en- 
tered in that area, of which Ml> 
were touring. . In Victoria. 17S ve-1 
hides were loffged in the same pe- 
riod; ■ 

Oul.vlde of the Lower Mftinlaiia 
area, boundary i)iiinl.'- in thr-Interlor 
saw early tourist bui>lnes8, in spite 
of Winter ropds tad the time of 
the year. ^ 

The tourist, fcca-son proper will not 
ovn for some weeks yet, it was 
pointed, out. 



railway s\stcm is to be cf)ntln led for 
I a period of three year.s from Uecem- 
! ber f) last 



tiOySE RATIFIES 
TRADE AGREEMENT 



Given Final Readiiif Aller 
Weeks nf np)>a(r-( «n<ierv»Uvaa 

Oppo<<e ra^.'«ace ' 



•fhe date for the poll, which will 
be restricted to property owiier.^. and 
ran be carried only by a three-fifths 
majority, was fixed by the City 
Council yesterday, after the by-law 
embodying the proposed aKroniKut 
with the Brltl.sh Columbia KUdru- 
Railway Company for the conLiiiua- 
tlon of the service had been Intro- 
duced and parsed on the prertmlnary 
leadinRs Tlie by-law tnu^t be rati- 
fied by the taxpayers before It can 
b<' finally paased. 

The council appointed M. F. 
Hunter, elty clerk, as retuminit of- 
ficer fur the poll. In the PMbl;, .\I,ir- 
ket Building, and fixed the votmg 
hours at' from • a.m. to 7 p.fh. 
OPPOSES PLEBISCITE 

The council received and nied a 
letter from A. J Motley opposing a 
plebiscite on tlie ti ansi><ii taiion 
question. The writer declared that 
the eouncQ'a action on this issue 
was "a clear evasion and conf r.ivcn- 
tion ^ the Intent of the Municipal 

Cew M naed en Page ITbelamn < 

WASHOUT SENOS 
THREE TO DEATH 

Northwest Mlsslsslpjii Drluerd by 
heavy Riins— Su i ars I'lunce 
j Into Plaed ' 

VTCK8B1 mo. Miss.. March 29 '/n. 

.M li ,i.st| t hree ijer.vjn.-;. and proba- 
bly more, jw ere reported drowned to- 
night wh^ii a half-docen automo- 
biles pliinincd into flood water from 
a wa.shed-out bridge on the Vlcks- 
burt-Jackson Highway tonight. 

Heavy rains deluged NorUiwest 
MlshLsslppl today, and "an electrical 
storm and clbudburst centred in 
, nortlienst Pnp.ola Count v and .sec- 
UoiLs of I iuiica and Tale Counties. 

highway Patrolman Butler Byrd 



Prisoners 
Taken by 
Thousands 



J — 

Premier of Fraiire Ofl'er> lo Kiiter Nejiolialioiis, 
But Deiiianils From Koinr \\n>l \\v riaritied " 
_ i^Uneqiii vocal in l)ealiii<: Willi Mailer of ~ 
German Aggre»tiiun in Europe — — 

Dispute Over Colonies Left 
Unaltered by Tivo^peexJies 



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ARIS, March 29 (ff*).— Premier Daladier in an amciously- 

awaited address to France and the world tonight otiercd to 
negotiate France's diltkuUies with Italy, but pu^ it 
squarely up to Rome to make the next move by clarifying h*r 

demands. 

Furthermore, he warned "we will not cede a foot oi oui laiul.- 
n o f ' ww of uui liglm.** --■ 

Daladier was replyinj^ to Premier Mussolini's speech of Suii- 

'problcnis 



Strength of TeipHtarial 
Forces Will Be Doubled 



By Voluntary Enlistment'jjS E!Bl 



BURGOS, March 29 TTr— NftllflH^ 
allst GeneralLssinio hi.u.i ..s ci.;i f of 
stafT, General Francls<;o Martin 
Moreno, announced tonight that 
8&,000 prisoncLS liad Ix-en captured 
In the final collapse of Republican 
Spain. These priaoners. he said 
rai.sed the total t.iiken ^\ the Na- 
uonallsts during the war to 600,000. 



day listing Tunisia, Diibouti and the Suez Canal a s ' Jj 
o! a colonial character' aUoding between ItityTiha Rramt. 

NOW RULES ~ 
-ALL SPAIN 

Surrender of Nine Provincial 
Capitals Completes Col- 
lapse of Civil War 



Jews of Calgary 
Make Present to 

0 

Fornier Premier 



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ONDON. March 29 (CP).— 
Eight volumes, containing 
in EiiRlL'^h translation of the 
Talmud, have been presented 
to Rt. Hon. R. B. Bennett, for- 
mer Canadian Prime Mini.Nter. 
They are . the gift of Jews of 
Calgary, and were presented 
here by Dr. Joseph Hertz, 
chief rabbi In the United 
KiiiKdntii I'i'.c v'liumeg 

p; i!l'crl 1- iiii'.ai.d. 



British Government Drops Any Idea of < onscrip- 
tion— Prime Minbter Has Siip|><»rt of ai Lea>i 
150 Pro-Govern 111 nit Members — Politi- 
cal Strength U Reviving Sharply 




L 

of 3^ 

DANZIG mm 

IS 



"3h| 

Ordering for poiand starts lalks With 

War Engines Nazis-Attempt to Satisfy 
, . ^ tl German Desire 

Is Increased 



WASHINGTON, March » (/P).- 
Prance has increased an order for 
AmerlcaiiMfia^e war plane enHoea 
to approximately 1.000. . 
- The .Embassy said today that aoo 
mofe ehgTnfs had been ordered fioni 
fhe Pratt arid Whitney divLsioii of 
the United Aircraft 
Fa.st Hartford f'nnn 
motors, costing more than $11,000.- 
000, were, ordered froBli the 
firm last mdnth. 



ONDON. March 29 (T. — As another step in the "halt 
Hitler" campaign, Great Britain will double the field 
strength of th« territorial anny. to an aU«tiffl« racordftotal 
of 340.000 man. 

Making this announcement, which 

thr OppoMtinn p;irtie.>; in thc House 
of Cr>nimon.>) applauded as stoutly 
as Govermuent supporters. Prime 
Minister Chamberlain today defi- 
nitely pinned his faith' to voltmUry 
r.atl'iii(4i .<*ervice. di.>;<",Trdlnc any Idea 
of conscription for the present. 
WOVLD srtiT COVNTBT 
'I'l.r (iovernnifiit it i.^ understood, 
has taken tiie view It would be 
tragic to split the country on the 

question i>f l>:xrr- • itiu' roii.srrtptlon 
duriiiR a perio'l i.;i'ii>nal unity 

is imperii' ■ 1 lus Is particularly 
true. OovernmeiU .spoliesmen say, 
QonsMerlng that the tabor Party U 
co-olj^ratlntt in .shapintr stron(?er 
and (more resolute foreign policy, 
has declared un- 



Attacker of Hollywood Giri 
Believed to Have $lain 
Russian Dancer 




WARSAW. March 28 «/Pi.— Polafid. 
reluctant to jotn OrAt Brttaili and 

Franre in a hlo<' anain.'-t Cievmanv. 
ha* started tak.s with the Na/i.s to 
settle future status of the Pree City | The Labor Party 



OTTAWA. March 29 fCP>.— Ratlfl- 
r.iiK'n of ilie Canada-United Stwtes 
triide ,iKre"ineni. .sicned l.rt N >v<'ni - 
ber 17, was voted by the Hou.se of 
Commons today following weeks of 
debate. The bill to ratify the treniv 
was y aaesd tht e u g h e econd and 



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tliird reading in a few minutes with 

out discussion. 1 - 

A full-dress dM.sitm. 
h\ ( lOM rniiiiM.t .Mipix>i ler"!. .showed 
IjA niemliers favorable to Uic agree* 
ment and thirty -two against. The 
thirty-two dissenters were aU Con- 
servatives, while Liberals. Social' 
( I ilitrr.^. .siipiK)rter.-i <i( tlx- C'f>-<ip- 
cralive Cocnnionwealth I'rd<ratii<n 
Mind Independents all vwtrti in favnr 
of the treaty which efTect^ the rnCSt 
Bweeptnn doWffwafd revision of tSH'' 
Canadian t.vilfT .structure "tthder 
taken In many years. > 



he wa."; .sure there were at least 
six Jiuioinoblles. Ill tlie_water. 

Leroy Meeks. of Jackson, said he 
'f.-cipnl after hU car went ii-.-o tdr 
raln-iwolien btream, but he believed 
his brother and iwb girls drowned, 
j Their names were twt leanied tut- 
mediately. / 

J Melntosh. forty-five, of Vicks- 
j burg, said he swam to shore after 
I his car plunged In. and he noticed 

.^. several other persons In the raging 

^^"'.•"^^^Uorrente. cilnging te drtftwbod. - 



NO CROWN UNLESS 
READY TO PROROGUE 



of Danzig. It was learned tonight. 

It was understood the conversa- 
tions were intended b.v the W.vr..aw 
and Berlin Governments to attempt 
Corporation. | Mtlsf action ^ Germany's desire ft 
Some 800 (greater authority over the free r 

and at the same time guarantfe 
Poland's heavy eoonomie interei 

there , 

DaiuiR a rity of more tlian 400.000 
population, Is largely CX^rman. To 
give Poland, who won her inde- 
pendence in the Great War. an out* 

I let to the se.i the Baltic port wa.s 



equivocal oppoaitlon to coiucription 
and, would stump the country 
again-st M 
Continued on Page %, ColHmn I 



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LONDON, March 29 (CP) —The 
Royal crowns and robes will be 
taken to Canada only if the Parlia* 
ment at Ottawa is ready for prp> 

rocatuMi when the King and Queen 
are there, ii wan reliably learned. 

MAY BUY IN CANADA 

OTTAWA, March 29 'CP> Carl W 
Oiessler. member of a iwrty of vi.su- 
ing German lumber imixTter.s. .saul 
todSy that contracts may be place d 
with Canadian lumber comRanle.^ 
aft er the p ar ty returns tei Germftny 



taken from Germany and made a 
free city under protection of the 

TO PROVIDE ACC t.SS 

A slice of former German terri- 
tory, known as the Polish Corridor, 
also was given Poland so that she 



ALIIERU PUNS 

TO AB m 

Changes Designed to Over- 
come Objections to Dis- 

nllnu/ad ^bl liaaailftl 



iX)MONTON. March 2fl <C^ — 
Sequel to disallowance of tlir 19:?8 
amendment to the Limitations ot 



HOLLYWOOD. Cal . March 2» (T 
- CVinvincrd they are .seekliiR the 
same man who killed the Russian 
daneer, Anya Soeoyeva. 
pressed their search today 
vicious attacker who struck down \ minatjon. 
Delia Bogar, a seventeen \rar-fild 
screen Juvenile on her way home 
tram a aMtlen p te tuie ttaaatr* lale 
last night. 

Mlfcs Bogaifl. a singer and dancer 
who has npi)earrd both in motion 
pictures and on the stage, was in 
critical cohdftion in the General 
Haopitai with a skull fracture. Bhe 
Is expected to recover. 

Miss Sosoyeva was killed on Feb- 
ruary 25, when she was struck over 
the head with a short piece o< tim- 
ijer as she walked across the campus 
of Los Angeles City College 

4^ ^fiinnLAa Wbaponb 

Police pointed out the wcajwns 
used, were almost identical, and that 
a toll. tanglUw type of man was 
seen to flee trem the aeene to both 

cases. 

Miss Laura Lee. who lives nearby, 
said she looked out of the window 
when she heard Mias Bogard scream. 

.She told [wllee a man was henrtlng 
over the girl. Armed witli a golf 
dub she rushed nut, and t.lie as.sall- 
snt darted around the hou.se, 
jumped a high board fence and dis- 
appeared. 



MADRID. March i^^t. -Spain's 
thirty-two-month-old civil war same 
to a sudden and un.'-pettacular end 
today when the la&t of the nation « 
nfty-two provincial capltola passed 
into Natlonall.si Generalissimo Pran- 
risco FYaiK o.s hands without rej>l&- 
taiue 

The final day of the bloody war, 
in which more than 1.900,000 per- 

.sons were killed and wounded, g.ivo 
the Natlonali.sts nearly one fou.-lh 
Of Spain's total territory -all tt^al 
had remained in Republican haiiOti. 

Final (ollH|xe began yesterday 
Willi the surrender of Madrid, 
which had been regarded, by Repub- 
PoUce i ucans throughout the oonfUeC, aa a 
f*"" *|. symbol of their courage and drter- 
Other cities ruslied 
quickly to get on tha NatlonaUBl 
band-wagon. 

CAPITALS SURRENDER 
Nine prowlnelai capitals surren- 
dered today — ValeneiH. .Micanie. 
.Murcia. Cuenca, Almei.H. .hien. Ciu- 
(iud Heal, Albaoete, and Guadala- 
jara. Cartagena, former RepuoU- 
can naval base, also capitulated. 

After the faH of .Mbaretr, \'.\-X to 
give up, tiie NaLlonali-Us oniciall> 
announced the war wa.s over in 
tiaese words: "The war Jias ended 
- total victory ia Pi anop'a," 

Playing an Important pari in 
bpaking Republican resistance were 
Natlonallat aympathlaers in Repub- 
lican territory wlio In many cases 



In thi.s refVy h t wenty-seven- 
miiiMiv " ;iMi!rexs ,ippr ixcit by tlie 
( ,' .rict Ilil,s iiioiniiiK. Dala- 
dier combined ilrmneas and dlplo> 
macy. Ke strlJek at Germany, 
rie'larini: nlthoupti Franre had 
made every elloit for a lii.sting 
collaboration' witli lirinuins. the 
Nazi dismembermeuL sA Czecho«, 
Slovakia had eome as a "heavy 

■ KAIIHKLL lO .U t OKDS* 
Of Uie French-Italian problem, ha 

said 

"Faithful to tlie accords she 
signed (With Italy > la ttN. TnxMt^ 
is ready to pursue their .complete"" 
and loyal execution. In the spirit 

and equn ;i Icnce of the r accord.s on 

the bases Uuit I have. denned and 
that I have just xvealled,, she would 

not irfuse to examine propoaltloh.-:'. 
that may be made to her." 

Daladier luid Ju.si .sntd "we cannot 
accept ' the "ef&ential argument" of 
Italy .s Mand. which he said waa 
that ' the coiuiuf t of Kthiopia and 
constitution of live Italian E^npire 
created new rights for lUly." 

The Premier snid II Dure spoko 
on . Sunday as il an U.iii.m iiOt,« 
delivered la.st D('<eml)(i 17, con- 
tained the Italian claims witii 
ilarity " 

Ijttcr ftif V' r< Mini.' ' : ■ " li- 
Conliuued on Page 2, Column k 

FOHlit CUBAN 
DICTATOR DEAD 

General Gerardo Machado 
Passes Away— Was 
Exile in FlorMi - 



MIAMI BKACH Fla March 
(/Pi.T-Tlie .stout heari that, < arrted 
General Gerardo Machado, dopoaed 



against Republican garrison.-. ' DicUtor-Presldoit of Ollba, through.. 



rose 

and forced tliem to .surrender t'Klay 
Despite the rapidity pf U^e last 
conqueatfe there were few dlaoedf r». 

Continued on Page S, ( olomn < 



VANCOUVER ARRANGES 
A LONG PROCESSION 



VANCOUVER. March 29 <CP).— 
Chief OonaUble w. W. Poster, re- 
turning today from OtUwa. said 
Ffderal authorlllea had 



Prit^ipaliljy 
May lie Next 
Protectorate 



VADUZ, LiephtenatalD. March 19 
{>p) — ThU capnai of .ttojr lieehtcn- 

slein wa.s filled with rumors tonight 
of an impending change in status 
approved ' independent priacipaiity and 



Its 11.000 InhabiUnU. 



couia have access to the port which i ^^ctiona Act by the Federal Govern- 

Tint II recent years handled nearly alljm^pj Hon l.urien Mavnard, Mln- 
Poland's foreign sea-borne com-ljg^f of Municipal AfTalrs, Intro- j five-mile procession. 



Vancouver.'^ plan for greeting the 

King and Queen on their visit here | There was talk thai Liechtenstein's 
next Mav ~ sixty-five Mjuare mile.s might be In- 

Inchid^ri In the plan Is a fifty- corporated outright ln_llie_asrEMin^ ^ ^ 

' " nit," I years, an elertion. 



revolt, riot and attempted av.sa.'dna- 
tlon failed him on an operating 
toble today a-s five phyMrlan.'. . trove 
vainly to prevent his death from 
cancer. ' • , / . ^ 

Living here in exile, the slxiy- 
seven-O'ear-old tighter on Sunday 
entered a hospital for obM-rvatioa 
prepajniory to an-pperation for.ri* 
movailof a tumor that' waa affect- 
ing hus ' r 

MAS DRAVK .SOI.nit.K 
1 Marhado born In Kanta Clara, the 
j>on of a rnlonel, eritz-red the (;uban 
•Independence movement at. an early 
age, started his military career when 
he was twenty-lHO. won two cita- 
tions for bravery unrt enme out of 
Cuba .s ,.-u( ce^.. f III fiKl,' I', fre e.d oia 
from Spain a brigadier-generai.., 

He was elected President nf Cobi' 
In KiZ") when a sugar .-urplu.' at.d 
deciming markets troubled the ls- 



by 



AMBHDMBNTa DBOPPBD 



Bloody Battles-^Rage 
in Southeast-China 
As Japanese Advance 



iiirrre. 

Danzig already in dominated 
Danzig N»zi.s who succeeded 
gaining political power there. 

The Government jiews agency 
today diaiributcd a Aatfment that 

!an ur.derst.mding 'with f.emianv 
' over Uaiuig is po.s.slble becau.sc • our 
people can understand |VitaI Inter- 
ests of neighbors." U - - ^, 

At the same time It was aireased 
h' re that F^oisnd \>i.: nppoee "by all 
means " outright German aoneM- 
tion of the pori. • 



! duced new amendments in 
berta Legi.<lature today. ' 

Tlie IMR amendment.s to the Llm- 
Itation.s nf Actions AiX. di allowed 
by the Federal Oovefnment. Mon- 
day, provided that certain legal ac- 
tion,-; for rriUertinri nf debt.' Incurred 
before .hiiv 1, 19:i6. must be In.sfi- 
tuted beforr July'l. 1940 unless new 
rig'^T'T"'^ covprinf th o debt were 



the longest to Reich or be made a "protectorate,' 

the A1-] be held ih Canada by Their MaJM^jlilM Slovakia it lie- > switz- 

tles. ' ' erland and the German liiol. 



strikes, riou and revolts iMiUul ta 
unseat Wm^whd attempts io a.y.a - 

.sIl.Hte him Iail<d H on A'jgwt 
12, 1933. Macliado linally had lo 
leave Havana by plar)e In th'- fa/a 
of a revolt by the army. He had 
depe nd ed o n t he a oi dietg attd BIT 
.'-erret pr,!i'v> for the .'t' lri dlkdpUna 
he maUitamed over Cuba 



EDMO^^^ON. M-trch 29 HCh — 
Amendments destgijed to bring Cal- 
gary and Edmonton under Uic Tax, 
Recovery -Act. 1938. were dro pped 
when thk Wll was rf ported fomhlrd 
rr^diliK hv the Albert. i I,ev;M,itun- 
In committee of th? whole today. 



Rep.rt?«fSey,r*ngl«l„gMl^^^^ WILL BUILD 

Of Piracy on YangUie and Kidnapping ' 



PAGE DIRECTORY 



In the Inlcrldr.nf Jtfair Country 



HANGHAI. March 2Q ( Pi —Piracy, kidnapping and reports 
of an imminent anti- British carnpaign shared importance 
tonight with diipatirhes detailing aeverc fiRhtiAf iw-tnuch 

ol war-torn China. The Italian steamer Romolo reported that 
pirates had raided her last night at the mouth of the Yangt 



s 



MOSIIOiTQ FLEET 



made 'Between those debts. 

MUTf OBJECTIONS 

.Judging from i r-x r»';x">r'.s, .saidj r 

iMr Maynard, the <tiaalt<iwMwe wa^ i |^ - I ..,wi«» 

Ion the grdiaja that the time was too t'0>rmm«lt lvdi\rr 
! short to enable renewals, and tijat 
some aereements mictu not expire 
intil after July 1. 194ft Tti^ new 
amendment s belag intrpduced. he 
irere to meet' these Ohjeetifta:: 



( nltowlnr t'xample of f iirnpean 
Nations in Building Small t Asi 
Terpedo Canters 



said 

_LatWi_OUtslde tl^e l>eals!ature. M- 
Maynard "stSted the new' amend- 
ments would -requTre that proceed- 
ings must be taken before Juljr 1, 
1942, f)h debt uicurred before July 1, 
1936, or they mu.st be rpr.»-wed after 
April >. 1939. Otherwise, he staUd 



Reports Progress in- 
Effecting Economies 

By Rail Co-operationM Mmm 

ARillllDfiAP 



in Srnair Says Advances 
Will tie Dr-^rrihr*! to ( lomnftttrr — I'rairie Farm 
loumal fi4il«r AdymicaliiMficatloii - 



Amendment Deprecate* AUempla 
Te fnd e ra U ne CenMeiMe la 



01 



CalbcrtMn 



on Rrlilgc. 



Pace n 
Page 4 
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Pag* 8 

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Plaaneial . 
Jane l>iion 

'lo\r tomes Lasfi... Page 14 

Badi* PraciaauMa ^Paff U 



WAaHINOTON.-March 29 

Wver iind took baled cotton, chickens, goats and nearJy alMhe P*" ''"''^ ''^T!*'.!!!* acui'to'wfoi^ "pa'yment'i^ ie 

clothes of 300 Chinese passengers befcre escaping. 

PRIKSTS HELD C APTIVE j the Japane.'*" reported they had ad- 
A message to AugusUnian officials vanced tli'^.r front southward along 
from Nanking said that seven Spaa- tile Kan River, after oerupiylmi Nan- 
Ish Jesuit prie.st.s were held captive ' Chang. Kiangsi capita:, and Wuing 
by, Chinese guernlla* in Uie wild fcver.ty mjJw ,U)tJtie. northwest. 



day that it would soon Mart build- 
ing a $15,000,000 "mosquito fleet ' to 
supplement tlv projected 45.000-ton 
battleshipR and other major craft 

With srores rf small tori>edo Car- 
rier? difficult to cope with been a'" 
their 4peed. Ital^-. Germai; 



barred iwder the l e gtyil s p . ^^^^ 4^^^. 



POa NEWPOtlNDLAND' 



LONDON. March ai (CP-Havas). 

.■^ir Th ma' Ih'kip, Domlnlon.s 

rrii „rw "1^^ Taihu region near^ Anhwel-^ Foreign obaervers it) NankUig oreat »1tain and Pranee have dem- ir.formed the House of 

ShlppMt and TnmS' Page flHupeh prwlheiai ^oriMR. HamqiB I fdwaaw kh attampt te foment an onrtrated the deadly possJbtUUea of Coaunons today Parliament will be 

Beeial Notes ;.. p«ge R demand* had not been made. ; anti-Brltlsh drive nf ministers Of the type. »T«**«»"r slnce^the Great vote- ta.000.000 <ia.400.000) 

«l»H Page is conilnuoiw and bkiody battl»>''* Japwi«<'-"-poivsored Pelplng and war. They are conskiered raluaWe »» grantrin-akl to New 

Iheatres . Page 13 raged throughout Northern Klantsi Oovcrnmenu opened dla-'^fme^ weapohs In haiUlil lifl'Trunrtlanfl an lnerea.se ot CMOOOO 

WeaNB'a Cluka .....^..^ JCBfa liPwelDea. iPtlhiaapB O^tam, aal cm «»id m Page S, cmmm I i other abeltctcd waten. Xo 

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TTAWA, March 29 W.—The special railway committee LONDON March 2a 'cn.-Tin 
the Sie na ie m\ \\ fl i id . when repreaanutl v ea » f the Cina * s Upne r s of-the- motion spon.v»red by 

Anlhonv Eden, former Foreign fier- 
reUrv and Alfrnd CKiff Cooper, for- 
mer Flr.sl I/>rd of fhe Admlntliv. f'rr 
creation of an all-party Cabfhet. 
f-lthdrew their aignatures today and 
placed them on an amendment to 

the TT'^tlOn. 

n ' amer.dment » a* signed by 150. 
members of the Government's Par- 
liamentary majority and deprecated 
"any attempts at the prefer. Tltleal, 
time to tiriderrr.U.e the rr,i,f;derne 
of Uit HouAe and Uie coui.t.'> '.i. 'i.e 
Prime Minister fMr. CSiaiabctiain) 
and the oneew—am,'* 

The two »-he withdrew their sig- 
ruiturea from the original motion 
were A A .'''<merfllle lihd Sir 
^Sbcpperdaoo. 



dian National and the Canariian Pacific Railways come 
before them this year, that greater advances have been made 
since laat July in effecting cd- ipa r a tive ctjonomies than in an^r 
other previous period. Hon. Raoul Dandurand, OovtmiBtnt 
leader in the Senate, told the committee today. > - 
) Morning and afternopn aeaalona of ' fim~ poilUea, p^ under 
rommiffee were ' ocupled by i an eKe<-'ittve board of fUtP^n men 
Peterw<n. of Calgary. -edltOf' He dlrlded ihe«ie tut to five repee- 
Of The ^ tr- dnd__Ranch Review sentatlve* from each ef the rail- 
iBarller Mr. Peterson had submitted i wayr and t he other five selected by 
a lengthy hrlef. and thia^attefnoooj the ten abaadr niM. "Riey'^uld 
he was eaawinad on hia p rptenta* 1)e drawn from ranks of Iftbor. ag- 
tlon. . •' '■ ^ - . „ j ricuJture. commerce and the technl- 
IS'OffLT •OiClllilf cal profeaslooi. 

Unincatlon of the railways waa Mreed wllh Senatqr Arthur 

the only solutton of the preeent Melghen. <*naervatlve leader, that 
problem Mr Peterson aald. He W mutuality of Inters, predomi- 
over the sum for the laat flMal rui. 1 would divorce- Um raUwaya eMMly [ OwllMai aa Mfa V CalaMi # 



Jk 



— V. 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VtCTORtA. ^" THURSDAY. .MABCH 30 r493»- 



Half-Holiday .to Be 
Observed in^City on 
Royal Visit Morning 

qb^ CoBiidl Decivet Sttpm Op»^ Until Mid-day 
. — -Urgef Employert Grant Whole HoSdity' 
To fik^Sorvlceam Iff Spiclil 



BY a resolution of the City Council yesterday, the morning 
of May 30 it to b« proclaimed as a public half-holiday in 
ordtr that ftore clerks and employees generally may have 
ari opportunity t9 vi«w tb« Royal |>rnfilMion ttifoiif h tha attaau 

of the city. 

Stores win opm at 12 noon. r. J.. b<- abl*. to paril: ii).ite flilly 

8i»i». cl^ aoUdtor. pointed out to welcome to Uie King and 

tte rou^ll. howw that unle.^ Queen, jnd be ataMable fOMpectol 
about ten by-laws were amenflfd to duty. The opinion waiexpreeeed by 
meet Uii» one special ca»e, the "Idf-rmen that fmpJoycrs would be 
eoondl oould not permit the atorea qu><-»f ^ rt ix i:<i to this appeal, 
to remain open un(U • psu^ M fU»- ASK BCPUSENTATION 
gested by the retail merchanU' The council referred to the royal 
iectlon "I thr Ciiaiiitjf I of Coiiimi rce visit comnutt^ a request from the 
Mayor Andrrw Ml Gavin issued an Victoria and District Trades and 
appeal to employrrs to grant: a I Labor OewniiHlial a member of that 
whole hoUday to ex-iervloemen on ; body, wpresentlng organised labor, 
m ao U>at ihe returned men should be given a plioe anong the 

civic dignitaries to be pMaented to 
Their JAaJeetlei. ~ — 

ftollewlnf dlscuiatoa Ifl' Wbbra. 
; the coimcU approved a recommend- 
ation by the health commute that 
public le.st rooms .should bi' rretud 
at a cost of 15.000 on liiaxiahfurd 
jSUeet. on the-4lorth tide of the 
' Pi'ibllc Library, and tfiiil the proper- 
ty which has a frontage of twcnty- 
tvio l<« t, .should be puiiha.sort at a 
price of 93,000, this sum to be 
returned to the CBoneU for arrears 
!of taxes. The. committee's earlier 
I recommendation was that a buUdr 
I Ing costing $7,250 .should be erected. 
' OPI'OStn BY MAYOR 

Ma>(ir Andrew MoQavin voted 
against the propose as a whole, and 



COATS 

Drcity tfyitt in toft Eiiglisk . Wool 
Crept, «trai«M back «f fitted. TsHets. 
EactptioiMl vjlu!!s if — 
929.7B tft f 36.00 




fM YATES ST. 



At Balloon Barrage Dcmonstratiett^ 



Attention' Business Men! 

^iri.ilt ( nnfidfatiai SfrrfUrm kV«rk 
MiMlCi(.RArillvr. t\ l-EWaiTINO 

Tye bi Rawson 

oisse sn omon ainLMiKi 



Before You Buy- 

SMtho 
Omoral Kloctric 
MrHlOlllATOR 




riM Ottifrai ntctrle Rctrlcrratora tiv* 
■ UftUaM- of caro>frM. •« 7tt*0 
MOBomtcal rtfrlstrallMi . ■ ■« 

OONVtNIINT UONTHit 



MACDONALD 

■!!H1HIIICTW1C LTP.im:^ 



purehaae of the Blanshard Street 

propt-rty, submlttinK that the bulld- 

InK 




Hums 



AiypvED 

Annual Meeting of Privateer 
Mine Held Here— C^h 
Position Qood 



Demonstration of a Balloon Barrage Was Offwed for the El 
Essex. The Jqoadroa ^t-^tOhT 



the People of Hornchurch, 



resolved that applications should be ) Ury. on March 3 announo ed a field 
called from members of the present i forre uT nlneiecii dlflsloiis reatfy fee 



sUfl for Uie po sition to , be made 
vacant by the pwioHlen oC Mr. 

.should be crt c ted on the city ; Rqt)tfH*y 
owned lot on Johnson Street, within i ^ communication from H. Chap- 

100 fof 1 of the Blan.shard Street site sugg.'.siing the imposition of a 

Ihe parks commlLtet- .s rcixjrt of curb frontage tax on service sta- 
March S with reference lo the re- tlons, wai. nfen^d to the city 




quest of the Archery Club for per- 
mission to use the Mayors' Orove 

In Bencnii Hill Park for an archer> 
ranxe wa.s tabled for a furtlier week, 
together with the petitinn .signed by 
residents In the vicinity opposing 
the use «{ the park for such a 
purpoi*e. 

Also tabled for a further week Mas 
the re(xirt of the bu: uies.s .tnd trade 
development conunlttM rec<miinend- 
ing in InereaSe of 10 eents in the 

rhlnlmuni fares to be charped by 
taxl.s. and th«' in.stallallon of meters 
In all cabs. Alderman Wlll.s. chair- 
man of the committee, explained 
that the eity soUeltor had been In- 
sfxucted 1) Study legal point. s in con- 
nection with these proixi.sal.s. 

On the recommendation of the 
parks committee. Improvement works 
provided for In the 19M budget 
were approved. 

fThe city .viliritor wa.s instructed to 
defend the action of James Brande6h 
aygain-tt the city for damages' arising 
etlt of an aeeident to his car In 
December laj^t. whfn the plaintiff 
ooUldei with a barrirade on P^lr- 
field liBad 

NEW WORK8 

, The construction, with relief labor 
/ y <•'. it k'ravel walk to repl.Tc- tu,- plank 
/^y walk on the east side of ShaJte- 
y V pea re Street, between Bay and 
Denman Streets, at nn (sti mated 
CO.^t for materials of its. wa.s ap- 
proved 

UUlizing relief labor, the engineer 
also was autho rl ae d - to construct a 
five-foot gravel walk on the .South 
side of Ba.sll Street between Black- 
wood and Cook Street.x. at an esti- 
mated oo«i for materials of tllS; 
»iid to grade the lower end pf 
Queens Avenue for 380 feet from 
Government Street at an estimated 
cost for mHterial.s of $3,S0. 

' No parking" areas reoommended 
by the public worfu committee w*re 



solicltoi and engineer for reports. 
BY-LAWS FINALLY PASSED 



action in any war Involving Britain 
Oi\ tlie Continent, but with the in- 
crease in the territorials, the Held 
foree might rlM to thirty or thirty- 
eight dlvlslon.s 

The field force at prei^ni con- 
sists of six divialoas of the regular 
army and thirteeh divisions from 
the territorials. The Increase an- 



The 1939 tax by-law and the nouiucd tcKl.is applied to tluv^ 
cluster light tax by-laws were f InaUy i thirteen divisions, making it poesibk- 
passed, as was also the aldermen's for Britain to dispatch to the Con- 
remuneration by-law, providing for'tlnf'nt six divisions of the regular 

army and twenty-siK dlvl-sions of 
the territorials. There Is always a 
possibility the thirteen extra divi- 
sions would be held in reserve as 
replaeements until wartime con- 
scription was m full swing. 



At the annual naettac of Uie 

Privateer . Mine.- Lt<l , tonight the 

directora' re poru %nd balance gheet 
wnw1$pnved. Discussing the pres- 
ent standing of the company. D. S 
Tail, secretary, pouited out that the 
cash position of the company at the 
end of March was approximately 
taso.MO and that after matew pro- 
vLKlora for the 1938 taxes and 
eatablislnng a reserve for taxation 
to March 31, 1939. the net ca.sh po- 
sition would remain at 1200,000. 

He reported production wa.s keep- 
ing up at a rale which would enable 
approxlnuttely $30,000 to be put to 

riawfi iiali ■flfith — — — ^ 

BNQDISKB'S BIPOBT 

O. P. McDonnell, consulting en- 
gineer, reported that on the_lJ.DO- 
foot level approximately 2S0 feet of 
additional ore length had been de- 
vfdopod since the end of the year. 
mfiUng^ the toUl ore length on that" 




the restoration of the remuneration 
to ISO per month, from 136. The 1939 
expenditure by-law wa» Introduced 
and given the three preliminary 
nadtngs. 

TERiUTORliUTARMY 
WILL BE DOUBLED 



CARPET B0WUN6 

Results of matches played in the 
Victoria Carpet Bowling League 
tournament last night at the Britan- 
nia Branch follow: 

msLOPTBonnr 

Britannia Diamond "8" Britan- 
nia Horseshoes 18. 

DOUBLES 
V. Bryant and A Helcher 17, D. 
Ryles and W. AshworUi 22. 
C. Green and J. Keith 10, W. 



~CMittn4ei frop Page 1 

Announcement of Increased man- 
power wa.s received Jubilantly In 
French diplomatic quarters where it 
was hailed as a step which might 
give the two democratic powers the 

lead nn (■ r'.- in riirni>e,in politics. 
REPORT NOT DISCL'SStD 

Mr Chamberlain told the House 

that compulsory national service in | Stockley and J Baron 27, 
BrlUin had been discussed with 
n^nch leaders, but declined to dls- 
ruvs reports that he had promised 
France he would Introduce such 
service. 

The plan calls for increasing the 

territorial aritiy's present acttial 
siif!;k; ii (if 1:^0.00(1 men to the war- 
time strength of 170.000 and then 
doubling It. 

War OfTl^e informants said this 
would bring the total Of Britain's 
land rot ces un^ anna to about 
793,000 men. 

This includes the refular army of 
204 287 men, fully trained and 
equipped with modern weapon.s 
which critlca have asserted are 
lacking In many territorial divisions. 
In addition, a War Ofllce spok«i- 



POLICE MtTHODS 
ARLiMLENOED 



CeiMuel InrVanceaver Ll««or Case 
Illegal 
Mut Be Proved 



BALADIER FIRM 
IN DECLARATION 



Con tinned from Page 1 
llshed the text of the Italian note 
denouncing the 1935 trekt^ and the 

rt«n(h rrplv. 

NEW KHiHT.S CHEATED 

The Italian note said: "Constltu- 
^on of ihr I Italian' F.mpire liai 
created new rights and new inter- 
ests of fundamental . Importance." 
and suggested a new accord be 
negotiated to replace the 1935 agrte- 
mcnt. but mentioned no precl.se 
concessions the French should make. 

Daladler said the Prench-ItaUkn 
accords signed in Rome January 7, 
19:t5. "were deMined to settle defi- 
nitely' and 'licjuldate' the questiODS 
between the two countries. ' 

"Arrangements were reached.'^ he 
-aid. "by which Italy obtained 
Irnntier rectification of terrlloriee 
in Africa and economic advantages, 
and France obtained a progressive 
change in the status of Italians in 
Tunisia by degrees' m 1046. 1066 
and 1966. • 

NOT BBPOte QVBS'nOmtD 

Daladler \aid the i)acl.s never 
were questioned until Italy's note of 
last December 17 informed France 
that Italy "no longer considered 
I these accorBs of 1935 as valid " 

I 'the letter, addressed to the 
fVcnch ambassador, Andre Fran- 
cols-Poncet. in Rome by the Italian 
Fnieign Minl.ster. Count Galeazzo 
Ciano. fited the failure of the 
French I'arliament to ratify the 
1935 accord, lack of-a special statitte 
for Italians In Ttmisla carrying out 
that |)art of the pact, "and Ttance's 
Joining in League of Nations eco- 



level upwards of 600 feet antf the 
ote Is continuing .strong in the I 
eastern face. He also stated that 
diamond drilling exploring for par- i 

allel oenirrences had given j>onie ' 
promising int/ersection whicli would 
be explored furtiier at a later date 
He suted work was now proceed- 
ing on the Va n Irte troup where 
some .good ore undouMefyy would 
developed. 

J. W. Murray, mine manager 

stated that he recarded the mine 
development a.-^ very lavorable and 
also said development work on the 
Gold Peck No. 4 claim now well In 
hand and good results being ob- 
umed 

INTERIM DIVIUE.ND 
President Joseph- Pednteult an- 
nounced that the boajd had recom- 
mended an interim dividend of live 
cents a share payable on May lo to 
shareholders on record April 25. 
This dividend was approved by the 
shareholders. 

The deal with Dentoma Mmes, 
Ltd., under |vhlch privateer Mine, 
Ltd.. participate* In development of 
Gold Peak No. 4 claim, adjoining 
Privateer Mine, on a ba.sis of 60 p< i 
cent to the Privateer and 40 per 
cent to Dentonia wa^ laid botore 
the meeting and approved. . 

Tlie board of directors wajr-W=-| 
elected as follows D S. Tait. Ray 
A. Pitre Joseph Pedneault L. -Ped- 
neault O. F. McDonnell and W. 8. 
IXRI. 



711 YATES STREET 

Gresham Hosiery 

No. 340 — Dull Tear, Ringlets ChiHen. 
New Spring shades, including TFCm 



C. J. McDowell 

B HOWiW W 
NOWOPEN^AT 

1205 Douglas St. 

WATCH FOR FllRTHER 

WVOI'NrFMFVT 




IS, was granted to the B.C. Electric 

for the remnval of the^~ company's 
grounding wires from the city water 
mains. A communication from H. L. 

Taylor, inspector of elect rli al en<:iKy, 



those of uie ,M\(ral est''!.^lonN of 
this agreement made by th e counciT 
up to date. 



Mr.SSOLINl I I \NFS ROME 

ROME. March 29 'Cl'-llava.si 
on this question, was relerred to the Premier MussoUni lelt tonight lor 



utilities oommlttee. 
-~ A fUfHW f M tt ' i uiun 
siVeam agreemefiT ' with the E C 
Electric for two iiionil.> fn>in April 

1 W:' ■ ' 



a three or four-day stay in Calabria. 

indicating;. F.im l.st .spo^e.sinen said, 
he planned to make no reply tO 
Pnmier Daladler of France tn-Iore 



TRAM POLL ^ 
DATE EIXED 



f *«M Page 1 

Clauses Act." but it was pointed out 
by F. L. Shaw, city solicitor, that the 
act referred to had-becn repMled 
twenty jyears ago. 
An exten.'don of time, imtll April 





approwd. ■ A request by the board man listed a reserve of. 139.312 



•VANCOUVBR. March-SOHW.— The 
pre.sent police method of prosecuting 
alleged iUegal llquor purchasers was 
challenged m i«lKe court today, 
when Gordon W. Scott and Angclo 
E. Brahoa. counsel for four defend- 
anU. declared the city's dry squad 
should prove Its charges. 
In previous cases, it was the prao- 



r^^'sw!!' '^V- »uPP><''"«nt">' ^'^'"'^ t ''•Srj:"'' I tK^" for 'iioilce to r^et Their ca.se 

t"(s .sii.imd b<.' repl.-iced and the " " — "~« i ' 

fence repaired on the Forti Btfeet 



1 frontiMf* of the hospital propelrty jiras 
referred to the public wotidt com- 
mittee and the solicitor. ( '~ 

The counrii resolved that twentv- 
fix employees on..outside| staffs^ 
should ,be classed as permanent em- 
ployees enUUed to superahnuaUon 
benefits. ^ 

LA)!r». SALES APPROTBO 
The disposal of four reverted lota, 
two to be repurchased by former 

owneff. was approved on th-' recom- 
niejidation of the lands conimltte. 
Tlie lot.s to be sold are: West side 
of Avebury Street, between Haul- 



antl-alrcraft unlU totaling 74.709. i ..^^^ .ectkm" of t|)e Liquor 

RESERVE BATTAliONS 'control Art which requires an ac- 
Bxpanaionof the territorials to lie jcuscd pej.'^on found m po«!e.vlon of 
elteeted by formation (of a reserve | liquor on alleged bootleg premises to 
batUlion for each existing battalion prove the liquor was not illegally 

The Central Council of Terrttorinl purcha.sed. 
Army A-ssoclatlon directed the- new . The mael.strate re«erved hLs de-| 
aettip be put into effect immediately, i clMon until Friday During the | 
Instructions wet« telegrH>had to*' {tmiring. Mr. Scott satd thai if a per- 
nlght to all units I •■on gave tm explanation ior jwUce 

Mr. Chamberlain fofiWIt further as to how liquor came into his pos- 



expanslon of the 1939-40 def.^nce 
programme, for .which estimates 
already have exceeded the £800,000.- 
000 mark He refused again to dls- 
I ctose results of Intease diplomatic 



tain Street and Kings -Road at « | hegoUatlons among BriUlu. France 
price of 9175 .'kiuth ide of St J©hn-^^»n<'' *»vl^t RussU and other»-OtU«vl|U totaling 
Street, between Oovernment Street '*"* ^ .-.'-.r-ST.-,*, 



Mtaslon. It was up to iwUce to prove 
the liquor was lUegally purchased. 



BTQU: WAGE'Cim 



CALGARY. March 29 (CP).— Wage 



the "Halt Hitler" progfkmme. 

Parliamentary circles however. ' m 



c=Aslt tiii 




and Rock. Bay Avenue. $.167; West 
side of San Juan Avenue. 0 
South sWe nf M«ona|e' Street, 
between Unden AvIniM and MOH 

Street, $74.^47 

Two contracts for the demolition 
of old bluldings. as previously 
authorized. Jml. the oQuncll. were 
swSrded to Jack MdUw and dtqi!|9 
Dodd. 

(>n-th«r recommendation of the ^-^n^^^^ expressed 
water board. 3 R. Roskelley. patrol- 
man on. th^ concrete flow linev was 
ippolnted 'caretaker at Humpback 

Re>ervolr filling the vacancy caused 



to several hundred civic employees 

the middle pay bracket from 



said htr-poUticai strength was re- 

BXF«tS»-<ONFIDENCE 

-This was Indicated by the fact 
more than 150 pro-Oovaronent 

mendvrs signed an amendment to ~ 
a motion whfh had aslced for a \ 
broader Oovenmictit, and cnr,s. rip- | 
tion of Indi^try and maofiower Tnc I 

"domtSIete ' 



April 1 to December 31. If the City 
council adopts the reoonuneadan 
tions -iH»prov ed b y tt a elvte jrage 
committee yesterday.v 

The wage redtictKins cam* into 
effect In 1929. 



BCWSS* TO BVBIIftNBtt 



PALE EXPORT 



• ADELAIDE, Aujrtralir 'Mari li 

«j ^ • . ^v,,„,K-,i.,.« -f*'— P. H. Cato. con.sul lor now dis 
er.nndeiiro In Mr rhamberlaln and n^,.^^u.„f ^^^. 

depn-cHted any attempt to un.i.r- tp .urrender the eflecU bf his office 

mit^CDnnden.re ir^h- Dm-.- M ^ uillllkll l^M b lr-' "' ! am Je- 
u ^ ....... , J .» l*ler. Many members predicted the 

by the death of Mr. Saul, and it was ^ Anthony Eden. 

former Foreign Secretary, wa.s a 
leading sponsor, would not even 

reach a vote. ABMT'BEEAKINC Vt 

The Queen heard Mr. Chamber- 

lain'* announcement from the ' ' PRAOVBr-Ofarch 30 (>n.-^Demo- 
Speakers Gallery on of^e of her ; blllzaflon of the l».st of Czecho-Rlo- 



nomlc sanctions against Italy in the 
Ethiopian war aa reasdoa for de- 
nouncing the treaty 

The note n-iK '.wi'.i-d 

MIJ8T BE RE-EXAMI.NED 
"Moreover, the constitution of the 
iltaliani F;mpirc has created, new 
rights and new Interests of fimda- 
mjntal importance. In these csndl- 
tlons and in the very interests of 
Improvement. Italo-French relations, 
could not .stiil have for their base 
at the present hour the accord of 
1935, and precisely If it is wlsT ed to 
improve them, it is evident that 
these relations mpst be examined 
anew by a common accord between 
the two governments-" 

The French reply addressed to 
Foreign Minister Count Ciano by 
the French ^Ambassador, December 
25. also was published. ^ 
POINTS IN BBPLT 

It made these. poinU: 
1. France had undertaken execu* 

lion of the 1935 pact by handing 
over~ 2.500 shares of the DJlbo^tl- 
Addls Ababa.' Railway 0on\p&ny to 
STy de.siitle the ab.sence of niHil 
ratification of the accord. 

3. The- We n e h qg vernment had 
undertaken to "facilitate the Im- 
provement of relations ' between4he 
two countries hotably by recognis- 
ing the Italian conquest of Ethiopia 
and sending an ambassador to Rome 
after that recocniMon 

3. Itskly kn«^ of the "international 
ijbligatlohB ' which required French 
2^ ' tmpo n ttto n -of -League of— Nations 
' sanction on tlie Fascist regime 
luUng tlie E^hjopliQ conquest. 
The French note .said theOov- 
gilHiii iii dW wet wlib to 'discuss the 



EVERYONE'S SAYING 



termlned not to aid and abet an art cansequ-nces ' Whl-h the Italian 
of international brigandage, ' be aald n"'e could have, but snnplv wa 

reralllJig these facts In a'kii',wl- 

edglng reception o< the Italian note. 



t9d>y- 




ni'RTON tvpe \l K 

siL>KK m'kim; sum 

Weatnsinnter Brewery Ltd. 



'lhi» atlvii itseincnt is not pub- 
ti»h«4 or (1 1 -splayed hy the 
l.iquor Control Boord or by 
Itie ('loverninent of Britifh 



DAHnVT PAUL DfJVBBp 

LONDON. Marrh 29 'CPi -Tli*- 

rare visits to the Hxmse. Sttr had vskta's regular' army, ▼hich onoe t punching Paul brothers, of Rlchdale, 
JMIlA hw. dlMte .9^ > bill for numbered 100 000 men, was set today Alta.. both w«rc on tte tnjored list 
4j wf man e !t l L e a mpe t o wh t eh ehU d r en ; for Friday. - Sotdim who have ne|tonltht. 

civthan clothea arelo be given suits ' r».n, 
and shoes. 



S»OKE 



niis coei Tf 10 ir ir ft iw w 



would t)e sent In wartime. 

ITie territorial arn^.v which 
responds to the Canadian mllttis. t """"l^ZIir""""" 
win give Great Britain her biftestl CMARLOTTRY>WN, March 39 
force of dtlaen soidiersr in hutory ] Kf).— A last-hall ra^y tonight en- 
when It reaches the 340.000 mark, labled the Y-Knots. Y.MC.Arbartet- 
rhis win Yneaii "a BTg increase in j twll champions, to defeat — 9X»Y 
gri t^in a Continental army, thf iVoldlorads 3f-33 and win tlK Pilliae 



fofoe belht drilled and i q u i ppad for 

rightmc in Europe 
[ Le slie Hore-Beliataa, War fiecre* 



Wward Islaad'athkir tttla bf taking 
Uie "rubber" game in a threorfame 



Danny retired in the sixth round 
ot an eight -routxl bout with -Jtonue! 
Abrew. of Scotland. Badly cut ovec 
both eyes, he was taken td a hos- 
pital to have tt^ cuU stttched and 
likely will not flfht for a month. 
iiU brother Pack, ha.s an injured 
tixnd and wtU jjot likely enter the 
ring for a-JUmilar period 

Tonight Damiy weighed 197 and 
Abrew 194, _ 



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Minister Suggests 
Measures Be Tuken 
To Curb Propaganda 

Head of Csttitlian Finance Department Complains 
- Of Statements Aimed at l^ndermining Con- 
fid|enoe of Peopfte in tlie~Govenuitent — 



OPIUM TRIAL 
TO CONTlNii 



For Easter! 



Mah Forrg Sun Stands in 
Court Charged With Dis- 
tribution and Possession 



TTAWA. March 29 O .— Strong measures to jdeal with 
published statements calculated to undermine coiiftdknce 

in the Government and Parliamentary institutions were 
suggested in the House of Commons today by Hon. Charles 
Dunning, Minister of Finance." '~ — 

He referred particularly to an ' Diiiir.injr, would be to force cora- 
arllcle in The Winnipeg free Press j petilu e biddlii* on defence on- 
sUeglng comoiiMions were paijl to tracts and to put a powerful weapon 



■. — f — — 

Trial of- Mah Fong Sun ooLa charge 

of unlawlully distributing opium to 
Carl Carlaon between April 18 and 
23, 193P, and with posse^Mon of t)ie 
sam« narooUc. will be resumed before 
Mr. Justlcf :R. B. RobertMA during 
the Spring Aasiass at 10 OVOBk this 
morning,— ' - 

J. B*Cleanhue. K.C.. and Herbert 
W Davey appear f«r the Crown 



a Canadian agency on purchaie of 
airplane englnei froin a BritUh 

firm. 



In ti>e tends of the boar d to enable ' Patr ick J_ Sinnott is def. ndin« the 
It to obtahTfalr prices on ie^n. | Moused- ChUiese. The trial ia*t«i 
If the board saw tmdets Were too ' twelve-hOUTi yestteKlay. y. C, Leong 
Hon. Ian Mackenzie. MlJiLster of j high or that there wa» COUusion be- 1 interpreted. 
Defence, said the article was ' sini- 1 iween contractors It could proceed Called by the prosecution. Carlson 

to make a contract without tender 
subject to the 6 per cent profit 



Uar to other falsehoods which have 
been spread reoently." and by the 

.%aiiie writer whose article on the I limit, 
honorary air council had .been ' 
denied by AW Marshal W. A Bitturp 
MTOOLEMEN PBOFITS 
Referring to the ^commissions 
article during dlacusslon of the De- 
fence Purchasing Board Bill, Orant 
MacNell, CC.P.. Vancouver North, 
inquirrd if a provi.^ion could n<it br 

made to prevent middlemen obtaui- Kadio .\dverti.siiie- Doctor (ailed 
InK profits on defence contracts. ~ Qua< k and ( harlat«a Falls 

We are getting an awful lot of j To Recover Daasagae 

this apparently ^deliberate attempt r ^ 

to .'abotHKe public confldrnce in the ] DEH. RIO. Marcli 20 ,1' - 

d' liartment," said Mr. Dunning. ' Dr. Morris Fi&hbein. of Chicago, 
am Hskinr a question." sald-Hr. .^dUor of the Journal of the Amerl- 



LifiELCASEIS 
WBYEDIIOR 



MacNeU. 



friend ha.s quoted in hl« stateawnt," 
continue<1 Mr Dunning . 
"I merely a>ked a q uesUon." In 
^llerrupicd Mr. MacNell 



— r 



can Medical - A>vociation. today was 



■"Riese strings q| U^a which my v ic t o r ious in the $2Mjm libel suit 



filed— again,'>t him by Dr. John R 
Brlnkley. gland specialist, who a0- 
verttoes his surfery ff fff j Mffglan 



swore he met the accused on Oovem- 
ment Street last April If, and was 

tasked if he cmild find aw outlet for 
drugs. On April 19 he gave the 
Cttlncae 17.50 to purchase five 'decks 

of opium, which Carlson identified In 
court as haviiiK been handed over to 
Corporal Geoffrey J H< \ w(»<xi and 
Coastable Percy C. Br ook.s, R .C.M.P. 

PURCHASES DRUG 

Carlson tcsdlttd he was given 
additional money to purchase 
twenty-four decks of opium at varl- 
uu., tiiMr; Tiie lait lot of ten deck.s 
re fou nd under the .carpet of his 
quarters In a Yafiiift^traerniBntng 
house, where they had been placed 
by the Chinese. 

As a final order, he a.-»ke*J U»e 
Chlne.se fur t/^n df < k.> Mah FVnip 
bun came to hi* room and threw $9 



SPECIAL 



In FUshlons of BETTEII Quality 



Here, are clothes withJhe accent on youth . ; • 
gorgeous new Dresses, Coats. Two and Three* 



Pifce-Sutts; isranky Pur Chubby Cetts! Here 
"are t he F ashion hits of the -season! -Special 
valiiss enable us to promise to turn you out 
looking gjand^lMrsmoh ' ... for far leya 
than you wouldjthink possiblef Before you 
-decide on your n«w EUister ensetfible make sure 



you shop Mall ek's Jor thest-really outstanding 
special values ! "^ 



of the mo ney Carlson had s lven liini 
on a table as the B-CM.!*. 'officers 



"KJust rise to remark " said the 



They found the opium 1 

tlie l"ft-hand sleeve of the accused's 
coat. Carlson swore. 

Corporal Heywood Identified the 

dcck.s of opium haiided to him by 
Carlfon, and the $9 found on Carl- 
.son's table. He told of surprising 

the Chlne.se in the room, and of find- 



radio .station 
A Jurv of We.st Te.xa.s ranchmen 1 ^nt^rpd 
minbfer. -that I am ^n,uW,u^g If and bu.sine.s.smen returned a verdi. t 
It is not de.sirabie that we take .some jj, tAvot of the medical magazine 
rather .^tronK mea.sure.s with respect^^atto, ,,ter deliberating the case 
to Imch statements which cannot* for five hours, 
'do otherwise than weaken the con-j or. Flshbeln who wrote an ar- 
firience of the Canadian people, not published m tlie magazine 

only 111 their Oovernment, but in ihCjHygela. calling Dr. Brlnkley a quack 

institution of government as such."|.„<, , charlmtsn, contended m his i ten decks of opium concealed ui 
MADE NO DEriSlON defence what he had written was i hi* aieeve. 

I Mr. Mackenzie said the article al- truth and was a reasonahiv fair' 
I leged the department had decided and Impartial critu ism of Dr Brink - 
j only Bristol engines should be uaedl^y And hU professional practice. 

In Royal Canadian Air FVmje air- ' ~; 

j plane.s He had made no .such de- ■ /lf|f f f c/*^*^ 

j cLslon. Each type of plane had to X^UlWUrj^ 

have an ent;ine .nuable to it. ' 

It was alleged a' Canadian agency { OKEXLr— There pas.sed away 



.at 

for the Brls^ 0<Mnpany had been i the Albert Head Lighthouse ye.ster- 
glven to Prank Ross, of Montrr.tl dav Mr.- Okell, HKCd flfty-.six 

in 1936 and that Ross had obtained . year.---, wile of Harold S. Okell. She 
a contract The agency had been j was borp In Darlington. Bngland. 
given to Ross ten years ago and ws.s ! and had been living at Albert Head 
actually held by a company wifh for the pa.st eight years, formorly 
thlit\-three .^ha reholdeiT. Ii\in',' in Victoria for foil 

j No comnusiion-s were paid by the, jcars. Sihe Ica-vcs to mourn . her , 
; department and enjtincs purchaaed IdsH her husband, of the Albert Head 
were obtained at the same price | lighthouse: and one son Robert, of 
. paid by the British Air Ministry ex- I Powell River rho fun. lal .ser\-iccs 
. rrptii.R Canadian sale.s Uxe.s and\iii h^ld m Havward's B.C 
, freight charges. The minister .sad: , pOncral Chapel on Friday at 4 pni., 
I COMMrrfCB APPROVEfl I Rev. H. M. Bolton offlctetlng, after 
] Except for one .-^ertlon, that inn- wli'fh cremation II take place at, 
iting profits on contracts a« arded Hoyal Oak Crematorium. It Is 



without tender to 5 per cent, the 
purchasing board bill was approved 
by committee of the whole It prrt- 
yldfR for erentinn nf a tx-aid of fo ir 
to handle all purchases for the De- 
fence Department. 



requested no flowers be^aent. 



McPHERflON— There pas.sed away 
yesterday, at the Aged Women's 
Home, after a lengthy nines.';. Mls.s 
EfTie McPherKon Ml.v- M' Pl.i r on. 



Mr. Mackenzie said the bill ^asj ^'^'^ '^^'f"^^-'''*^^ «^ 



modelled on the system used during 
the fJrrai War and would increase 
rath<T than decrease control over 
expenditures as three minlaters— 
j I defence, finance and national rev- 

icnue— would share the responsibility. 

j Tendency^ of_thj IJiJL, tfkiti MjC. 

Royal Visit Helps 

Paint Industry 




was born at Loch Carrow, Southwest 
Hebrides, and had resided In this 
city for thf" fwist thirty v«m«. She 
Is MirMVPfi bv our Msfcr m this City. 
Prayers will be saUl this avanlog at. 
8 o'clock for the repos^ of her soul 
at the 8. J Curry dt flOn Fmreral 
Home, 'and M;wn.s will be relebiaied 
Friday moinlnkr tu M'nr A. (i 
leaker, V.G., at St. Andrews Cathe- 
dral at 9 o'clock, interment w^l be 
I made ■ In Ross Bay Cemetery. 

j H.^CKINO There parsed away 
' yesterday at ner home. Seacrofl 
i .Apartments. Oak Bay, Mrs. Martha 
Ann Hacking, aged eighty-six years, 
a native of the InW of Wight and 
a resident of Victoria for twrtitv- 
flve years .she \s survived by two 
sisters. Mrs \v H Stone, with 
whom she resided, and Mr-' A M 
Robertson. Montreal. The remains 
air ti'MuiK a! thr Thomson Funeral 
j Home, from wh<'re the funefal will 
I take piscr on Friday afternoon at 
2 30. Rev. A. B. Balfour-Bnire will 
cnnduct the service. Inkerment will 
he made In they Royal Oak Burial 

P:.tk 

BAJCTER-Rev. DaJiicl Walker 
will conduct funeral services Friday 

aftr: r;f>^iii at 2 o'clock, in tlir S, J 
furry .V: .'=nn Punrr-i! Hnmr. for 



Constable Brooks corroborated hi 
brother officers to.stlinony. Mr 
identified certificates from the 
mln'ion analyst, stating that th' 
decka secured from Carlson con- 
tained opium 

ACT I SK II T.M.KS 
Placed on the stand by Mr .Siri- 
nott in his owp defence, Mah Pone 
Sun testified that. Carlson told hin. 
on April 16 he had a job for a 
Chii.r.se Hr claimed Carl.son .said 
he wai» an R.C.M.P. detective and 
•'^♦"i would also secure Mm an appoint- 
He .<-cuKht to arrest an un- 
named, white doctor who wanted 
some opium, and claimed he could 
.secure it, the Chlhe.-e asserted. 

Mall Fong Sun swore he went to 
Carlson's room on April 30 and was 

told to tear a package open and po ii 
the contents Into Carl.wn s p;i:ii 
Then CarL-^'in .said it was o, 
hid It under the carpet. He claui;t u 
he was ready to deliver It to the ui^j 
named doctor 

Later Qarlson asked him to copy 
a letter, placed something In hl.s 
shirt.'^Ierve niid a.sked hini to deliver 
it to his room on April 21. In con 
elusion, the Chinese declared He;, 
.wood and Hrown entered the room. 
squee/Ki 1.) riMk. threw him on the 
bed and plai^rd !; m arrest. 
He denied recciviiiK money from 
Carlson or supplying opium. 
Jt'BORS o?r CASE 
Members of the Jur y try i ng t he 
ease are: Dougla.^ FUntoff < fore- 
man!, Jame.s D. Praser. Will lam A. 
Vfair. Herbert I>ason, 8. Patrick 
riey. Jame.^ H. Buckett, Alex V. 
nr.s. James A. King. David A. 
Ijowney. Robert E. Kncjale. ftank 
Iflwards and Bvelyn Ra 

When the r.use was- eftHed ni 10 
Ink m nVe'rhorning. Mr. Sinnott 
ibmirtrd a plea of autrefois acquit, 
r .Til 

iiiianrled to try the question. 
Mr. Sinnott produced a rertlftcate 
of acqulttp.1 aKftlti.*'' the accti.ved from 
tile Fall As.sijre.s in 1M8 concerning 
.sale and pn.s,se.s.slnK of opium. He 
pointed out » molle prosequi wa.s 
entered on the third charge of dls- 
trtbution of the drug. 

Mr. Davey pointed out a stay of 
proceedings did not support the pJca 
of autrefois acquit Mr. Rliinott 
countered that It was an axiom of 



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Mr, Shtnott was not a proper de- 
fence. " 1""^' --- 1. 

"I would hnvr fome to the .same 
conclusion as the Jury had the mat- 
ter been one for me tjo decide." the 
court remarked. 

Mr. Davey submitted that the ac- 
cdsed should be tried by th.e .same 
Jury. Mr Sinnott held a new Jury 
should be empaneled. I 
Mr. Ju.'tur Hobe:ison ruled the 
Jujty had-taken an oath only to de- 
cide the question before the court, 
■r Robert.son ordered a jury ' and orde^ed Jurors discharged. A 

new Jury was then .swon;, 



QjirPrescrifUtoit Service 

Ane Mr r«p«Utian'far'm«lnUin«e^u«Ut7 It tuek Ihfl tM mit 
tntrttt to at ttw dftptiwina el tit your in*eieiiikl 



naoAit 

AT 

roar 



M'Gill 6 QiTmo 



nioKi 
o saoLN 
iise 



WE DELIVER 



FOOTBAI,L TEAMS 
IIS TROPHY PLAY 



Perry'B service and tlien winning hi., 
own. V 



LOCKED VP CUSTOMERS 

^FRANKFORT. Ind , March 29 [A'l. 
It r.eems thne w ts an absent- 

, minded clothing merchant. 

Oscar ^iftverty's men's shop wa.-? 
crowded when \ut)(U time cnmr 



r 

► 

► 

► 



turned and locked ;t 
The Imprisoned custotner* finally I 



J. ( AKI PKNURaV 



"Our- 
tl}rouRho\]t 

'never be«n so buny. m they *re at 



r.lward Bfixter Ii ■ nv . • xiir be nrltSh law;!^!! a mah should t ot 
ma.;, in ♦M-Roval Oak BuiialParlr.- Be"pTaced twice in jeopardy after 

acquittal on k charge Mr Davey 



KLLiorr A large , nnngregatinn 



tTecaHed ' f rom the- evidence that 



factory and branches , „ ^ „ 

we^tem Canada have i ""^-^^i* ^ ^ ^ 



.*tt('iui'!l t.'ir funeral of Frederick, 

Winiam Elliott. held vestrrdav after- P^*'"'***' accosted by the arcu'rd 

Btaieral 1 asked ifjhe could Hnd ah outlet 
Chapel. Rev. A. |l OTHendy con- 1 qphJm -; — ■ 
ducted. the services and the hymn — ( Ol RT RMJIS ~ 



., tt I- idiMTt^d . the ser 
the prrsrn' time, says Mr. P»endray, ^ t^^. ci v. 

president of British America Paint ' ,7^,? .i^ ^ , ^'^-P^"^] ' Mr .lusure R. bert-Km n.l.d a nolle 
CO.. Ltd. Mr. Pendray attributes t^J^ti ^il^'^V'"'^-^"'*"'" n«v interf.re with tr.r 

thK to a very lar.o d.-.r^r to th^ ' ' ^^^TfoUo^T ^ ri^ht of ^l>e Crjwn to lay a charKe 

. .,m,n« .... ot ,1... Ku. a.ui W-ic^i ^^X^r^^'^c. T^Z.rL T]^:,^]^: '^^^ '""^ 
.M such a tmie thrrT. ,v ^ natural j. Klngseote. Major W. R '^'^ 

desire by the citizi;ns of every.xP'"* Rus^rll n C 
m unify to have their town appear 



Hie four football elevens in the 
M.:.).at'^ I^eague will start com- 
peiiuoii lor the Joshua Smith Tro- 
phy. Oh Saturday afternoon at 2:90 
the Motinf Tolmi*" team will clash 

the Navy in the first rouhd at i '«un<l » ''ho had a key 
t ppor Central Park, with E. Bray 
as referee. .w:hUe the Admirals will 
face the Yoang Con^rvatlvea at the 
HiKh .School (rround, with P. J 
VVoodley handling .the whistle. The 
foll«w4ng Saturday the ^wo winners 

pi^r »»r thm .llveryar* ^ 



nAVI -.AVt HAVK 
l'i:m Hurmokllr srtmn — ( onrti- 
\,<in lliic iinv H»* thli bK It) 
fill I %x III our (hoaroom ''")•> 
Ml* ml baroln al tN9A 
mi WlUri n« Lai* K»4iin Th* 
sronnmir f»r. up to IS ijitl»» p»r 
■ ■lion. rnrm»r ownrr h»i (Ivrn 
ihif c*r Ihr bml of r^rr Nr* 
prlf» r>f Ihia <:»r to4ai> U I' ' 
Yon '•» t » I3«4 af lh« Wtf • » • "If 

ferrnv autt Traifea 



Laverty pyt on hU coal and hat. k ||||teis KolOI Co., Ltd 

walked out -.ihe front 'Woor-^nd J . , ... 



>»al t apllnl Ih^alrr 



l.< IIN<>( K \( V I N( 



FAMOUS HORSE HAS 



Technocracy Inc will hdld a ^viy£^ 
lie me<^tlnR tonight In 222 Pemter-.; 
ton 3ldR . at f o'ctopko- - 



■I H o us e of, Qo ww ena today. Hon r- A 
Dunning. Finance IClnlster, aald IM 
. was unaMe to announce the date Qn 
w h i elt J k . wHf deliver the budget. 



RtEVKDOREM STBIKE 



* — 



OTTAWA March » 'CP 

• aiA-rai^H nin^unav "T*"^^ question from Hon W Jiia i enl on strlte here* today ac 
-ANOTHER BIRTnUAT : Manlon. Oonservatlve leader. In the re»uH of a wdge ^spvle. 



GLA800W. March M 'Ci»- 

Ha vast, —fifteen hundred »tev<dor«B 

the 



prove tnr rhanfes werf th«> same 
Klllon and J « 'i *>"^I.^L:^^':--yy. ^'•^'-tf '««i,9yt0feer U-me r 1 r a n 
iElilott The remain.s were laid at! TT^T Jury returned with tlie tfrtlct ! ,v,,nty-.«o y 
a" I'N IV f and what is more natural I f^,* Royal Oak BurM' Par*r autrefoia acquit as submitt.ed by 

than th,u Ihe fir.st thought would-f- _ ' . • ■ • 7- — 

be "Clean-Up and Paint-Up ■ Hotne 1 TEXTOR^Puneral nervlce.s for, 
owners realUe-Chit there wiil be a Fre*'*'^ C-harlcs Texlor will be held 
ereat Influx of vialttjrs to e\>ry i ^«ii<ls Mortuary ChapeJ on Frl- 
lown on the Rnv.i^ route and friends rt^'v afternoon at 2 ft'r'^oclc.' Rev G 

R V. Pot.ster officiatinz Interme^it 
will b" in Royal Oak Burial Park' It 
If partlculakly requested ' that no 
flowvfa be seht. 




from near and far will conKregate. 
s,) homes, too. must be sple-and- 
"^pan for the occasion. 

The British Amertew- Paint Co. 
Ltd , announces that tl)e «n>mial 
Srttin-Olo Sale ifill be held in Vlc- 
orla and throxighoUt British Co- 

luilOTl"-a\rnn« the wear.ot^_MaiTh currv A- Son Funeral Home 



31 to April 8- I nder thV general 
brand name of Satln-Oi*. the' firm 
ofiew three interior finishe* cover- 
ing all Interior decorating requlre*- 

ment« fiadn-OIo Enamel. 6i »ttn' 
Olo VarnLsh and Sfttm-CWo Sutin 
Plnlah. the latter a wml-gloss f^nlhh 

wall decoration All 'three vmrtetles 

jdunnc flaim-Ole Sale Week. *** 



8KILTON— Funeral jervlcea fur 

Albert ,Iohn T^kllton will be heM:lbi.<' 
afternoon at 2 o.lnck in the 8 J 

Rev 

O L. Jull will ofTlclate. after which 
cremation -will tiike place in the 
RojralXiai >CS-'einalorfiim'. 



COMB/NAr/Oit^ 



lEA&PERRINS 
SAUCE i 



DRfRY- T7ie funeral Mr 
MBr\ .Mire I>rury will take plac ■ 
tomorrow afremoon from McCall 
pMtel Ufiu » ap r ml y-^nade 4ec4 Bret hers KtMteral ^H^ome ^ 

Archdeacon' Nur.ru wiil eonirmhr 
<er\1c''.s and in*e:Tnen' -yW. '.<*• mace 



la^iloyal Oak Burial Park. 




fcKXlNGTON Ky , .March 29 
— Man-o'-War. glartaor •Mrs*' of' 
itioroughbreds. «ra« 
ears old today.. 
vViil Marbu'. negro groom 
ooifover hu Jots- of nursemaid 
he great staUl o w nirt e years ago. 
r^. hiin apples and carrots . for 
: i'n'.n'' and "Jeji let 'Im take -4*'-- 
dav cept hw morning 
ga.lop under saddle o' five miles." 

Thai iNMMIte extent oC-the btrth- 
(!av celebr i' i''iti ;r rr,r."a.'' to the 
' .a cake. b:aK- baiicl uttti Ap«ech- 
.ki.'iK i.f ia.st yMf. R .iN^|..as 
,' larbut wanted it. , . 



and '-^ ' J 

TOMATO 
JUICE 

ar Homf — 



-•vooB Tumnif aoaih 




PORTLAND. Ore . March » iT - 
Don B.udge c o nt t nu ad Ma march of, 
. torleg over Frad Periry In a pro**. 
;-^sionai tennis match here tomght ! 

6-1, 4-6. 7-5. ■ - 

Bvidge wa« hafS pUHMTf^ the ' 
: lorm^H' B>f Ush Davts pn ^raee Mt I 
thf' la^t'two .(ctA but tiacBdnated-XiMuu. 

rr.a'ffi if. 'he t»o game..; of s 'Thr« ^'1 \-eftt«f I'lent i> not publlfhect or -ii-j.'.! » 'iv tl f I ■■ of 
I eleven-game third by kreakuigi Control Boaul or b/ the Government oi iiriuah CoiuiaUa. 



FRICC LIST or NIIIAM WALKER MAMDB 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VlCtQRIAJ.C, TmmSPAY, mRCH 30. 1939 



IMMaily Colonist 



LtebUitc 



8ut»crtpUuo Ratea 07 Olty Carrltr: 



liaoo 

IJOC 



ti$ii fabtcrtbm 



payablt in mItsdc*. 
to mU» tIL ranitr 
Oauy Ootontot 

■iibecrlbC'S in ordering '-'..irue of BfldreM snould b» 
pft/UculAr to Klv« buU uld uut new addreutt 
SuDeertpocR ItatM by Mali; 
T» CanstU. BrlUctt Bmplrt. OntUd lUtM and M*slcO; 

Halt Yearly MO 
QiUkricrly ........ ....... 



YMrly . .... 
MgoUUf 



To AU OtlMt OwmtrligT 



IJO 



-IJO 



Tboradsy. March M. INf 



Umlnary to demands (or the relnclualon In the 
Relbh of Oansig and the Corridor. ObTloiuly the 
Powers can no longer treat with a^rukr who 
again and again has violated his pledged word. 
That i4 thtJ:fiaBon why the Ambaaaadors of Oreat 
Britain, Prance and the United SUtea art now 
absent from their posts in Berlin. ' Wbfi-felf 
hla faltli no faith la held with tolm." 




1! 



i 



The gmt«H material problem in the world 
todpy from the inUrnatlonal standpoint. Is to 
decide on methods to deal with the ruler of a 
grtat«teto whose word Is not hU bond, and who 
has no regard for thf saiirfity of the public law 
u( nations In their relations oiie with another. 
It Is ah issue which, as It standLAlj>re8ent, Is 
headlriK humanlty'^towards a disaKtrou-s struggle, 
and what make« the outloolc all the more serious 
it that^ at least two other nations, flxst-class 
PLWers. have .sub.srrJbed to the Hitlcrian politics 
Introduced as a new factor i n world affairs. The 
raeora~o? the German ruler tr*i?«rt of hlatory 
in the maUng. of an international obliquity that 
has few parallels. His promises and his actions 
do not dovetail, and no man of hia feneration 
has dbhenSdfe to dl.spel' the Idea that interna- 
tional sanctions are binding. The disregard of 
his pledged word. In chapter and detail, hais been 
the .subject of a book Just published, written by 
Mrs -E O Lorlmer. and entitled "What Hitler 

-May t7. 193S— "Oermaay wjOl trtad no othtr 

,paUi than that laid down by the treaties. The 
Ocrman Government will discuss all political and 
economic questions only wlthlp tho fMiaawdrk 
and through the treatie.s The <|erman people 
have no thought of invading any country.* 
ReichsUg speech ot Herr Hitler, the new Chan- 
cellor. 

October 14, 1933— Oermany left the League 
and the Disarmament Conference Jiaat when 8lr 
John Simon waa»maklng a statement at Oeneva 
aimed at achieving a compromise between the 
French and Oerman views on dlaarmament. 
. October 14. IMS— "When the Saar territory has 
been ir; fored to Cerm.nny, only a madman would 
consider the possiblhty of war between the two 
States (Franca and Oermany). No one could 
demand that minion.s of men should be annihi- 
lated for the sake of a readjustment of our 
pitaent fi;ontiar.'*^'Hltler. In aptech on radio. 

November 10, 1W3 - "After this question (the 
Saari has been settled, the German Government 
Is ready to accept, not only the letter but also the 
spirit of the Loeamo Pact."— Hitler, lii ipeeeh In 

the Rrfhstat,' 
- -March 13. 1834 - The German. Government 
have never queetloned the validity of the Treaty 
of Locarno "—Hitler, in note to France 

March 19, 1934— "Oermari bpundaries have 
always changed. They wlU contlnife to change 
until .-ill Germi\n peoples arc united III OI»e."— 
Hitler. In speech at Munich. 

February 3. 193S— Britain and France invited 
Germany to fdnpoi ri!r m a Rfneral «rttlemfnt" 
Which would, among other things, free Germany 
from the one aided mlllUry restrteflons of Ver- 
fallle.s Hitler, InatfUng on' aeparate. private talk.s 



Members of certain yijup organizations and 
university students in ^bec have been ralsiog 
a hullabaloo at the pro.spect of conscription 
being imposed in Canada. They have become 
"frlf htetf with false fire. " for the auggesUon has 
not arisen officially. It Is doubtful In the extreme 
if the possibility of conscription at this Juncture 
ever entered ihe head of Mr. lfaekenile-«lBf, 

the Prime Mlni.ster. That monns it is not a 
matter of practical politics, whatever the desira- 
bility might be with the world in the stale It la 

today. 

Even a cursory examination of the situation 
tffeetlnf the national defence poUcy of the Do- 
minion is sufficient to disprove the possibility of 
any Intention existing in ofhclal minds of con- 
scrlption of man power, or anything else. Instead 
of being Increased, the MlUtla Force has been de- 
creased in numbers. There is no poUcy for an 
Increase of the Permanent Force. The Air Force 
is no better than a skeletonized unit, and because 
they can find no employment in Catiada's flying 
servtce. some 200 ^uths from this P ror i nce alone 
have made their way to Oveat Britain to join 
the Royal Air Force Any contemplated addi- 
tions to the Royal Canadian Navy are of almost 
a negligible eharaeter ao flur aa Uiereased strength 
is concerned. The Department of National De- 
fence has not entered upon a recruiting cam- 
peiiifn for any ot the existing aervlces. Before 
any official thought of conscription arises there 
would be an intensified effor t to a e c ure voluntary 
e ftiutrteni, i i u ttam l iaa iwl li wu i the fahitoat 

hint of any move in this direction. 

A substantial percentage of the increased vote 
for national defence haa been spent on the con- 
struction of fortifications on thi.s Coa.st. It l.s 
thr annonuced Intentlozv of the Department of 



VANCOUVER'S OLDEST 
RESIOEMT HAS^iUEQ 



"Ain't aint a weed. AInt alnt la 

the dictionary Ain't ain't right, 
ain't ain't." There nam, tiiat Is 

better! — 

- - . » ♦ ^ — - — •• — - 

With the advertiaeaaents: 

Seattle— "Btunnin? Spring hat; 
original model; looks ghastly on ma. 
Yours lor 13 . . ." Kind of orlglaal 
adTerUstineqt. toa • * - 

Victoriik-^WMHted home for good 
dog; country preferred 

"Pussy wants country home. He 
is a good Miom. ..." 

Not in the same county, however. 

VaneouveF-^'*Wanted country eot- 
tage at SunUDSr resort, neer beach, 
by man with wife and four children, 
and large veranda.' 
be'U be i e< i ii 0n i 

— - • . • • 

Prom an ar ch s el o gl eal aurvay.: re- 
cently: 

• Pharaoh ' SheshOnk the First- 
called BhLshak -Invaded Palestine 
and sacked Solomon s temple and 
palace in JcruMlem. carrying oti 
rich hauls oLaoid and silver. . . ' But 
read on: , 

"Pharaoh Osarkon the Finst, who 
succeeded Sheshonk, made conj>picu- 
oualy g«n»wiiiy «^ of gold and sil- 
ver bowls and cups. . . ." Siupici- 
ously generous, one might say; but 
still read on 

"Egypt in the twelfth and thir- 
teenth centuries, B-C had drifted 
Into serious economic depression, 
wlien looting became customary." 

It Ls still prevalent, you nuuhi say. 
The beading on the story read: 
' MUUons in OoM (Found) in Pbar- 
aoh Coffin." -And then, took at 
EXirope . . . but perhaps you have 
already looked UtereT r 



VANOOUVBI.. 
Vancouver's oldest resident, Mrs 
SIsham Kaur, an East Indian said 
to he 104. died today. 

TIM aMiiiiii eame to Vaneouver 
from India In 1914. TTiough for the 
past tiuiw years slie bad been bed 
ridden brilhuai. 
atteMad the wMmd tlireivheql her 

vie. 

She lived with her grandson, J. 8. 
HundaK at his Wast~Beventh Ave- 



Cetter5«*(BJitop 



(($ tail«r M 



M iaa*r«aS 



The Observation Car 



a> nu aoijroaut er*f? 



National befenee that^tearfdrtUlcfttRRns, in the 

case of emergency, should be manned by Militia 
artillery units. The Department, however, has 
made no move to atrengthen thoae units to a 
point where they could provide the personnel 
for the purpose of manning the underground 
gun emplacements, Ajt least 1.000. and possibly 
1,500. recruits for that purpose are needed on 
Vancouver Island, and the Government has not 
made any effort to secure them, has not even 
announced the condltiona of aarrtee for maiming 
the new fortifications. 

The Department of National Defence, on the 
baala of Ua preaent programme, can aecure what- 
ever rerrult.s it want.s for Its purpcses, and secure 
them by voluntary enlistment, provided it makes 
known Ita requlrementa. and at the same time 
provides adequate equipment, pays all expenses 
and in all ways secures up-to-date' machinery, 
of defeh^e for Its Mllltla. Despite Increased lap- 
propriatlons for defence, the Militia remain.s a 
neglected Force, expected to provide a part of 
the expense for its own maintenance. 8o long 
as that condition maintain.s the task of .securliiK 
recruits is proportionately handicapped. Apart 
even from this consideration the Department of 
National Defence doe.s not ;ippt ,ir to be .showing 
any concern about the manning of the new for> 
tifleatlona that are built, or are being constructed. 
That fact indicates that any plan for con.scription 
ha."» never entered the official mind, and, there - 
lore, that certain youths in Quebec are endeavor- 
lag to create a tempeat In a teapot 



The Dominion Bureau of StatUtka has a.scer- 
talned that there are 300,396 persona in Canada 

of ten year.s of age and over who cannf)t read 
instead of an op*n conference, invi ted Sir J ohn 1 or write, which is somewhat of a slur on the 

educational systems that prevail In the country. 
British Columbia ha.s an Illiteracy rate of 3.96 



Blmon to Berlin March 7 was the appointed Bay, 

"March 5, IPS.S - Invitation to Sir John Kimon 
suspended because Hitler had caught a cold. 

March 10, 1935— General Ooering anhou nced 
the existence of a OemMUH Air ^roe (fitMdifiil 

bv the Peace Treaty* 

Match ifl, 1935- Hitler decreed Conscription 
(forbidden by the Peace Trieaty). ^ 
" Mnreh 20. 1935; Hftler'.s cold was pronounced 
better, and the u^vltallon to Sir John Blmon y^as 
renewed, and acc spted. 

May 31, 193.V The German Government will 
aerupulously observe every treaty voluntarily 
concluded. In particular, they will hold to and 
fulfill all obliKatlliin.N arl.sln^ out of the Treaty of 
Locarno, so long as the other partners are ready 
to itand BjTlfi" tredty "-Hitler. In Reichstag 
speech. "Cicrm.'^n.v neither intend.s nor wishes to 
Interfere m the internal affairs of Austria, or to 
conclude an An8chlU8a"->ln aame speech. 

March 7, 1936— Germany denounced the Tre.Tty 
of Locarno and reoceupled the 
Rhlneland zone. ' 

March 7. 1936 Germany will never break the 



per cent of her population. 



Th9 Weathir 



at T;00 p.in.. 



Meteorological Office, Victoria, BC 
March 39. 1939 

SYNOPSIS or WEATHER CON DITIONd 
Pres.sure remain/ high southwest of Vanoouver 

Island, and l.s fallinif nfT Queen Charlotte Islands. 
Showers have horw Keneial on the Northern Coast, i 

.... , ... - n..(.. I. ^...likmKtA ' 



I didn't think there was going to 
be a general election thi* year, until 
I read this week that Pai ilament is 
proposing something for tb^ fanner, 
something for the sokller, something 
for ine .small business man, some- 
thing lor the Urge business man, 
and something lor everybody. But 
not something for nothing . . . that 
only happens to fairy storlas. 

• • • 

If you win .stop to fig'iic It oa' 
you will discover that most of the 
things a oovemment promises ean 
be acquired at first hand le.v Uif 
cost ol administration. When you 
buy for yourself, hewevvr, the bill 
comes first and goods later. Wh<M 
a Government buys for you. the 
goods come tir.^i :iii<l the bill l.s pre- 
sented only after the goods have 
been consumed. It's hard to pay 
for cake you have already ealen. 

• • • 

How to sell a lot in Victoria: (\) 
No matter where the lot Is. take the 
client to Burdett Avknue. or Corn- 
wall street, and let him stand for a 
moment under the flowering • plum 
trees, flay then that sbmebody 
must have moved tbe house you 
wanted to .show him. It was there 
yesterday, but things me vrry ac- 
tive Ju«t noWi (2> .Drive your client 
to Dallas Road and let him gase out 
over the Strait of Juan d« Puca, 
while you hunt for the "house that 
WH* to have been put up there yes- 
terday. It isn't up. but no doubt 
It was held by tbe rush for building 
materials (3' Drive by way of May 
Street (bursting hawLhoxm. Cook 
Street (bursting chestnut), Oscur 
Street (hanging birchrto \iyt lot m 
question; saying in asides that It u 
too bad tliat tiie SprUiR is .so re- 
tarded this year. t4) On tlie lot, 
say you think, with luck, you may 
be a tile^o get this one for J Ugx; tiiat 
& uhless^es has auWdy'bddgm 
It. the lucky"f^Uo*■. (Note: Keep 
off the club-footed boj^levards where 
M aein f ei two 



TebKcemst Trouble 
"Did you teii^oor wife evefything 
you did after she returned from 

a visit lu Tier .sl.ster at Vancouver, " 
our tobacconist friend was asked. 
"No, not eimetly," he replied. "The 
neighbors attended to thai" 
A rather far-fetched tale comes 
from Germany. It appears that a 
man with an k.boessed tooth vu- 
ited'l^ deotlit and requested im- 
„rr.ediatc extraction of the inolur 
"I am sorry but an operation will 
be necessary. X shall have to re- 
move the tooth by "way of the 
back of your neck,' the tooth 
carpenter remarked. "But why the 
unusual course?" he was asked. 
"Because Hitler Is the only person 
permitted to open his mouth In 
this country," the dentist ex- 
plained — - . Yesterday the 
wife of Bill the Broad Street 
Barber, a^ked hfhi if bhe could 
have $5 for a new hat. "Certainly." 
Willie chirped. "Would you rather 
have Sfb old Iiv« oc a new ooe?" 
His sj^use answered .she would 
Father- have a new one. So Bill 
beamed."llers Is a new $1 Ml. Vm 
four to the g^^."— G>B. 
• • • • 

Aquatic Wedding 

Rev Allan Greene, .superintendent 
of tbe Columbia Coast 141ssion, 
whose vivid word pictures of life 
and people ui remote bays along 
the Vancouver Island and, Main- 
land coasts are refreshbig to hear 

in th*>e day.s, tells a good story of' 
a wedduig at whicli he otiicialed 
not long ago. As not infrequently 
happen.s, the mission ship, of 
which Mr. Greene was in charge, 
was used as the "church" for the 
ceremony, and as the weddiiig 
party approached the church, m 
the.ablp's twelve-foot dmKhy, Mr. 
Cfrccm, arrayed iu hu> surplice, sat 
^ on the deck playing the bridal 
* march on his concertina. The 
party of eight, however, was too 
big a load for the dinghy, and 
the grooqiMium was_ forced to 
plunge hurriedly over the side to 
.s.ive the whole boatload from 
cap6izlng. Wearing the orthodox 
wedding dress and veil, the bride 
stepped on deck wearing calk 
booi&'-but these she removed and 
replaced with more becoming 
shoes before the service com- 
menced. It was a very happy 
party. Mr. Greene says.— RJC 



Ih* Kditor viU 

aSitotit of U>* wrtm. Tto* rul* kdwiu 

UUtTllimi ttOB fCBOOL 

Sir,— A letter appearing In the 
rrldazJKarch 34, issue ol The Col;; 
onlst h as cauaad _JiBBh- 
iianigil IliTliiiliiih If r 

High School I refer to that entitled 
-Communism in the SctMols,' by 
Miss Cecilia Krlps. president of the 
Catholic Youth OrgaiUsatlon ef 
Ladysmith, in which she a(OCUier 
that Communism Is being freely 
taught in Ladysmith High School. 
As president of Uie Student Council 
of thai taattttttlon. X am a aisr ass ln g 
the opuilon of nearly aB tbe students 
or our heriaraUe aebool, and any 
comments arc iaot those of any^ 
the staff. 

Miss Krlps, I understand, has 
never been a mem^ el the Lady- 
smith High SctK>ol. and has only 
very recently moved to otu- province. , 
To start with, how can she prove 
what she has said if she has not iter- 
self had any definite proof that our 
minds are being "Imbedded ' with 
Communism? • Her remark Uiat 
Communism Is "bred Into our hearts" 
Ls an absurd, outrageous. ImMonal 
statement. Naturally. ComWOlitMB 
Is -dlsciissed in relation to problefS^ 
pertain ter.te> 



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Late Model (Terms) . . 
THOMAS PLIMLEY, LTD. 

. (latablished 1183) . ' 



U meant only as a medlitti of broad- 
ening the understanding of condi- 
tions in that particular SUte. It Is 
not meant to make our free land a 

second "hell on earth " As a student. 
I did not suddenly become a Com- 
munist its « result of studying our 
curriculum: ^f^r^from Jt.^^ ^^j>aj|^ 

with revolutionary Kiea.s U liv'-ultlng 
the men who drew up the course, 
and m^^-*^ ^ i»ir 




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land than dosa tbe author of this 
article. 





Talks to India 
From Vancouver 



NO, Miss Krlps. you have been 1 

led astray and badly mUMnforir.eri 

The feeimg in the sciiool is ilmt a ■ 

public apology be made by you I VANCOUVBR. March 29 (CP) - 
through the medium which you have ! nie first telephone call from Van- 



Cranleijh House School 

FOR BOYS 

The Qsk l«v Osv Sckool 
fm mui m s«4 Higk 



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u.sed to make the accusation. We 
have a great respect for our staff, 
and any insinuations such as you 
made inT a very great coneem of 
ours. SAM SERVICE, JR. 

President of StudenU Council. Lady- 

saath High achool. 
Box isi. -eHMBsabma. B.C.. March M, 
\93». 



couver to India was made on Tues- 
day, whan W. i. farrts taBcM wIQ) 
his wife in Calcutta for three min- 
utes. His voice was carried by wlr»- 
to New York, by beam wirele.ss to 
London, and then by wire to Bom- 
bay, from where it was routed to 
Calcutta. 



STOCKERS 
ECURITY 
TORACE 

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FURNITURI • • 

• • WARENOUSI 
MOVING •PACKING 

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Accordin a to Culbertson 



the • tr ee s 
moothf yet.) 



while In all oiliei part 
weather has. been fine an^ 
it Is fair and cemi 

Provinces 

PRECIPri VTlON 
» Precipitation for twelve 
tures for tW( 



>l Biitusii Columbia the 
somewhat warmer. 
lUvely mOd In the Prairie 

ND T«"AIPE3lATtJRl!8 
ours to ."i 00 p.m.; tempera- 
ty-four hours.) 
Precipitation Mbi 
31 



It is a pleasure to refer you to a 
Canadian magasine — Maclean's - 
which In an April Issue describes 

how two young Cans rtiarw— Albert 



peace of Fiurope After three years. I c*"^ r^i*^'* [Xangara 
the struggle for Oerman equality as concluded ' Qn^gon . 
today li7e have no ter|rltorlkl demands to make j Seattle 
in Europe. "—Hitler, In ReichsUg speech. 1 Portland 



Victoria . 

N.-inaimo ...... 

V.incouVer i' 

demilltarUed Kamloops 

I Prince Oeorge — 

E^itevan Point 

[Prince Rupert 



• * <»j* « • * « 



,01 



April 1, 198*— Oermany submitted a Peace ; 



San Pranelsco 

^ ^ _ , I Spokane 

Twenty-nve-year Peace of ' pp„ticton 

f 1 Vernon a 



/ 



Plan." Including a 

Non-Aggrej^-slnp " 

May 7, 1936— Britain sent a qucslionnaiap to 1 Kelowna ...^ 

Oeraaatiy OR (t^ "Peace Plan." To this qucs-|Oj»n<i ------ 

ll(>i\naire Oerinanv ha.s never replied. ir-.*)^" 

' Kasio . ...... 

August 27. ^»36- Oermnny ndhered to the cranbrook 

Upanlah Non- Intervention Agreement. ^ | Calgary 

August 30. 1936- Twenty -eight Oerman planes , Kdmonto»_^,. 
arrived at CadU tto be followed by .many moret. , J*''*- Cmihf 

January M. lM7--"The period ot ao-called sur- , ?^ Aj«rt .!*.!*"*.'-" 

prtses is now (ivpr Prace 1.^ our deifegt tfeaSr i gasiotoon 

\at."- Hitler, in RelchsUg speech. jQu APPelle -....."?S- ...... 

Febmarr It. IfM-^ln the agreement reached Winnipeg 

Tuesdax: — > 



Toroiita. 

Ottawa 

gahit Jo Bh- 
Halifax^... 



^•Ith Dr Schu.schnlgg at Bcrchtrsgnden, Hitler" 
reafhrmed his recognition of Austrian sover- 
eignty, already expressed In the Austra-Oerman 
Agreement of July, 1935 
March II. 1939— Oermany annexed Austria, 
Harc h 14. 1938— Mr Chamberlain told ^ JJ*'^"^'"" - 
HdlMa of Commons that Oermany had K'.ven | JJ^'JJJJ'" ' ' 
assurances'^ that she had no hostile lntei\tlons i Minimum on the grass ITT.... 



WEDNESDAY 



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PrebUB. Edmonton. &nd James 

HiUler. Brantford— are roakuig im- 

porunt Improvements in electronic 

magnification of objects normally 

I Invisible to the human eye. Magnl- 

j fVcations of up to 30,000' diameters 

I are claimed for a device they pat- 

: teriicd on earlier known mod'els, and 

miproved for themselves. It would 

te unfHlr to i^poll a brlglij|^rMrle 

by sUiing more, 

— • • » 

A great deal of that which the 

world knows as a matter of course 

would n<^t brar even casual livspec- 

tlon under an ordmary visual micro*. 

scope. Magnified thirty thousand 

times, the results WOUld be terrl- 

fylnK Even a lazor blade looks like 

a .'aw-toolh bayonet undci t^r t<'5t 

One always did suspect as much, 

anyway. ButTika^* article for 

y ourself; it Is wen worth while. -: 

fide$ at Victoria^ 



.10 
82 



Glancing Over Sport 

There s some talent on the Young 
Liberals football team. Intermed- 
iate titleholders. that should be 
Kiven trial on the Victoria 
Unfiled aquad which performs In 
tha.lnter>clty league. At least four 
of tJii t)layers should be given try- 
outs for future games ... 
Muxz Patrick, former Canadian 
amateur bosing cbamplon, dis- 
played his ability to New York 

hockey fans the other night and 
Eddie Shore, veteran Boston de- 
fenceman, was the target for the 
Victo.ians blows., Muzz handed 
Sliore a broken nose, black eye, 
bruised forehead and several cuu 
arpund the moutii. I would hate 

^to be Muzz If the teams have to 
return to Bo."iton to l;ni.Mi the 
scries. Imagme how the fans will 
go after him as soon as the gasM 
slarU'i Do yoii know that 

Bill Rogui. who waa with the 

-<Cominoes for a shon period dur- 
ing last season, and now with a 
university team In Ontario, scored 
seventy-three out of a 103 foul 
line shots? Nice goUig, Bill, that's 
a mlghfy~nhe average . . . 1 
see where Hal Splndel, well- 
known In the city, formerly with 
Seattle ball club, has gained the 
second string catchup job with 
the St. Louis Browns In the Amer- 
ican league —JD. 

• * • 

It's Betclyond Ut! 

ThI.s might be Interpreted ni^ put- 
ting the bee-oiy- yout ctBluliyL 



sc.. for Uta. monUi of 



; .i. ' .r. ' : 



I 



against Caecho-Slovakia (Ooering gave the 
Cxech Mlnlater Ut Mto hla "wofi ol honor" on 

ini.v» 

September 24, 19S8--Oermany sent her seven - 
day ultlmatub to Ciecho-Slovakia 

September 26. 1988— "And now the last prob- 
lem which must be solved confront! ua. It4s the 
last territorial daln which I have to make in 
Europe, but It Is one I will 'hot renounce."— 
Hitler s speech In Berl'Th. 'l 

The foregoing record of dnplidty can-be brought 
up to date by recalling the event.s of the present 
month, the occupation of .Csecho-Siovakla and of 
^MHMi; preaavrt bvoutht to bear on Rou- 

manla to lm-)leincnt a trade treaty and now the 
gynvft ^ i ol pce^uxe applied to Roland pre- 



63 

31 

Weather, cloutly; simshlne. March 38. 8 hrs.. 54 min. 

8:88 PJM WCATHBR REPORTM 
Victoria— Barometer, 80.13: wind 8 6 nnles; cloudy. 
Vahoouvtr— Barometer. 16.18: wind, sw. J_mlles: 

cloiwly ' " ~ — " 

Knmioops— BaniiiStter, ISM: wind. K.. 4 mUaa; fair. 
Prince Oiuige BaiBUlSt. 3iJ8; Wind. JlW, 12 
miles; fair " • 

Prmee Rapa rt . Barwneter. 88.18: wMUIR. 8 nilai^ 

cloudy. 

Langara— Bar6B*eter. 80!.io. wu^d. s. 6 mi;eB; cloudy. 

Bstevan P^nt— Barometer. 30.18; wUid, NW, 14 
miles: eteudy. , — 

T«» .o.^h Barometer, 30.*4; wmd. '«.. t4 mtMb: fair. 

Portland— Barometer. SOW; wind. N., g 
cloudy 



MAaCH 

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wind. MW . 8 miles 
80.10; wind. 8W,. 8 



fair 



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llOtll HOrldiir • •«» I' i» cojni»d tro« 
0 !• 14 ho«r*. (root oudaitlx to mlSqur.t 
TSa naroi for.bolsai torro m SWtlMaufe 
htoti tfwn itm wtur When Mankt 

oeejt ID Of* tiOt HaMSr foil* 

cont.n>io«»iT c.Brir.t ,iwo maoaartoa-ttdo' 
aortod* vuhMt 'li'mni 

aaiatii I* In and tMtdta* • 

foot, mot'urrti (row Iho WtV Ot 

lew mt^tr 

To find i^t mj-fr i-.r. I.-. 

«1 aC MM aaeatMii erKooS. aSS las teat 



but bee that as it maybee. bees 
have taken over one of the main 
studies at the National Beeroad- 
.casttng CortiiMny Radio City stu- 
dios In New York, Beclieve It or 
not. the bees, lised during Dave 
Elman's Hobby Lobby broadcast 
to detruitutratc a guest s bee Iram- 
ing pr o cli v iti e s .- took ouch a fancy 
to the. perforated w■all.<^ of th^ stu- 



Some of the letter^ I receive i)olnl 
out that many of the players m my 
p u b li she d . h a n d s m\wt be "awful 

dubs " 

Granted I But now I want to do 
some pointing out on my own be- 
hBlf To begin, it is fortunate for rtie 
and other bridge writers that mis- 
taki.N do occur tn a large proportion 
of deals: otherwise we would iiave 
nothing to write about. Next. I have 
a .snf-akinK .su.iplcloii fiiat at least a 
few ol my correspor.denU are better 
analysU away from the bridge table 
thnn they are at it. Many.tiOMS in 
my bridge career have I had players 
regale me #lth the most cogent 
even profound, discussion of a bridge 
hand, only to find that the same 
Individuals flounder arou.id llke^flsh 
when they actually have to~pl»y 
such a hand In eompetltlon. The 
fact Li that all of u.s, everyone, make 
stupid mistakes at the bridge table 
and we must be very earefuLSbOut 
"ca.itlng the stone " 

I must admit, however, that I 
would have liked to have thrown a 
itmnii pebble at my paftBsr-in^h' 
following deal: 

aettthTdedfr. 

HNorth-louth vttliMraUe. 

If OMTK - 
•* XT8 

» 7 " 
e KQ106 

♦ K91083 
WB8T EAST 

*— -aQJ433 
V QJ9854 V 1003 

♦ J988 ' ♦ A54 

♦ A88 ^ •* . 

SOUTH 
« Ai0888 
W AK9 

♦ 72 

♦ J 7 4 

The bidding: - ' 
.South We.si North East 
1 « 3 V 3 ♦ Pass 
3 * Pass 4 # Double 
'Pass Pass ' MdMe. Pais 
Pas s - PasB 

Sitting North, I felt that we were 
*et for a kllUos four npud*'* re- 
doubled. With aU the honor tuength 
and^gbbd distrlbu'tloh in my hand, 
and with a rebid spade suit In my 
partner's. It did not seem posalble 
that the opponent* could lake nfiore 
than three tricks, if that many I 
learned! 

■*We«t opened the heart qu^n and 
declarer won with the ace. The 
spaded ms led to the Ung and 
the trump situation was revealed 



my and made It lmpo.s.sible for de- 
clarer to ruff Ins l(j6ing hetu-l. Li all. 
he lost one .spdde, one heart, one 
diamond and one club. 

I need hardly point out that 
the contract could have been lul- 
fliled. A low club opening. originally, 
with a subsequent CWb ruff by Bast, 
would have been h difTrrcnt kt^jry. 
but after Uw heart, opening iioihiHK 
should have saved the defenderb 
Admittedly, declarer would have 
had to rusk a flne.sse against the 
Jack of fliaiii'ind ■. but .suidy thft 
was preferrable to riskmg tlie play 
of three rounds of clubs. Note the 
va.st difference if the iJay had gone 
as Iolk>ws: At the second trk:k de* 
elarer leads a diamond to the queen 
and pre.sumably loses to the ace; 
the heart return i.s rulled in dummy, 
and now a low club is led to the 
Jack; II West KBrts UP the act de- 
ciarer plays a low spade 'to the king 

and returns a f^pade, raptiirlni; 
East's jack. At this point It becomes 
obvkraa that declaier cannot afford 
to lead ann'h<T round of clubs; 
licnce. after ca.slang hla rcniauung 
hjglLhfiajUbS. niu''t risk a diamond 
"finesse to the "ten spot. When It 
holds he discards a club <gi the 
dlMni'i '! " and thereby prevenUi 
a third round -club ruff. East ca^ 
male only one trump trick and the 
only other I'j.ser'- are the two aces. 
, If. on declarer s lead to the club 
Jack, West wini, he can make no re- 
turn to embarrass the declarer and 
the danger of a club ruff Is avoided 
completely. 

TONOBiPWt HAND 
South, dealer. 
Match-point duplicate. 
Neltiter side vulnerable. 

yO RTH 
a Q873 
_ . W A764 - 
e KQ85 

:- ■♦8 * - 



punemlSerbtce 

I riin I 

I ^iSotii 




WeWn^lon Girl 
Chosen for Tour 



NANAIMO, March 39 -Dorothy 
Bennett, age t'n, native daughter 
of Nanalmo. ha.1 been chosen By 
Oeorge Willis. Victoria, to represent 
Nanalmo In the nntlclrjated Call-" 
forma tour nf the Hrltlj^h Columbia 
Tourist Oulders. Dorothy is an out- 
fit andtog ee nt o r tlon dancer and haa 
gained wide popularity at perfor- 
ninnce.s ifKni ii. the Upper Island. 



is the daij 



ifliter of Mr and MfS. 



Oeorge Bemtett. 



of Welimgton, 



WEST 
A AJ83 
V 8 

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* A108843 



EA.ST 
.a K 1094 

• 8 ' 

♦ lot 



MOttON PICfTl-BES .•■OWN 

J. Branham Khowed an intere.itlng 
aeries of talking moving picture^ 
principally In the Interest Of forest 
fire prevention. In the Women* 
iniutute Hall at Langfprd on Tua»> 
day evening. 



SUNRIRK AND St'NgKT 

MAHCH 

Tlm» Of Rutirl>» unrt BunMt 'Pnrlfio 
aundard Tlrr.n it ViClorl*. 
Month of titrrh' lt2t 



B C . for IM 



SOITTH. 
* 8 



W IC<^JI888I> 
^ ♦ A888I 

♦ — ■ ■ 

Mr Ciilbert.soi, will dKvrusS this 
hand in tomorrows column. 



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' Tilt tf«uorniotie*i oixorvitorr. Oontaiaa 
laottbU. VtctdMo. BC ~ 



that ofTu lala were forced to i The $-0 break probably frightened \ 



dio. 

hang a quarantine sign on riie 

studio; All attempU to ly^e the 
little fellows from their adopted 
-home failed, and unable to get in 
touch with the bee mnn the radio 
nibsi rallffl ft^r intre- 
pid mfmbrh of the KueM rel?- 



my partner so badly that he never 
recovered. On the return lead of the 
spade eevcn..-last spih his ' honors, 
playing the jack ahd derlai^r won 
with the ace. A diamond *a« now 
led toward dummy and the quten [ 
wa.s takon by liast. 'A hold-up of 
;he ace might have given declarer a 
guessing trouble" 



Uona ttaff. answermg the carlon 
call , of duty gallantly ventured > ^mall amount of 
Into the trotMe aone, armed with at least 

chocolate honey ban. The beet I The heart ten was* returned and 
were not having any. however »o | won by the king. Declarer led a low 
the volunteen ate them. Pln»li> clu b. West duc ked and the queen 
the a»i«tanee of the Aaaenean t won. DeoareT r»ow cashed the dls- { 



Mu.^um of Natural Hlstor>- _ w*!» 
Uivoked aiid 'the orficials were 
told to try some sort ot syrup. 
■Hornqr would be the best bet, ' an 
inseet specialist Auggeatcd 'ETtiier 
put the honey in a. trap or swat 
them as they come out t o lnv e.tt.- 
gate the afO«a.*'-WXV. 



mond king then, whenlia jack illll. 
remained at large ruffed a low dia- 
mond with the spade eight. On an- 
other club lead Waat hopped up and 
played a third round of clobi. his 
partner ha-.lng .Mgh-Iowrt with the 
eight and deuce. East ruffed and 
now a vade iet«B kttM llM don- 



FIPTY Y EAJ<S AGQ _ TODAY 

From The Dally Colonbt of Mardi 30 18W • 
Dark or Light Blue' - This the question wh>ch will be der ideM 
on the Thames River today between crews of Paferd and CambridK' 
Universities The shores of the , banks of th" rmrw^ between Putney 
and Mortiake will be thronfed ^ Uiou«i. ,a t 
pounds wlU change hands on Mti annual aouatic event. 



On Pro!Tpertin« Tour Th^ steamer Muriel left Nanalmo yester- 
day on a pronjectir.K trip Hhf had ax passengers L Rosenfeld. 
of Roeenfeld feon-^ of Ban hranriaco; waflam McOregf.r manager 
of the Vancouver Coal Company, and aeveral San Pranciwx) mpita: 
ISO. Ttm desUnatkm of the steamer was kept dark, but it L< un^«-r 
st ood, the i2ag yjTU Tlf^ «*HAin eaal lands woen tl y acquired by 



thewi frnthei 



thiafslan^. 



Remarkable Ph^nom*non— A moat remarkable phenomenon u 
reported as hsvlnu bf^n wirnevse<l one day Ian w^^k by a stage party 
between Clinton ar.d Lillooel. A quarter moOo. and teveral titnet 
Its lei^Ah^Aftk obsci .>fi railing from tfie sky At flnt it appr-ared 
as though It iKHild'faU m Um iap of a tjt^ jagtnrtg in peak, but 
cair>e down nearer to the party and Imiidded It8i!lf Ih a snow de- 
poo;- on the «id* snd as H fell thrwr ihe_j pow ap on all liai i 
Whrrr It f^n was afierwards dlsie^red to be abOut five mBes d l iiii h t"^ 
Th* ptienomenor. was observed by the driver and one of tlM pivty. 
a hlRh::, r'f pet '-able and reliable re»iden« of Vancooiwr. 



_\ 



V ICTORIA, B.G^ T l Jl' l U^DAY, MARCH ^. 




FINANCE . COMMERCE - MARKETS 



4 



Timid Advance- 
In Stocks Tried 
— Oa Wall Street 



NEW YORK. Marrlv 29 



-The ' c«n BdiMB 

, , . , 1 Com C«n 

«tork inaikel look a iimU: .sU-p for- I com Air. r»rt .... 

wwtl today while Wall Street jc«nf o;i 

... 1 coni. Oil . ........ 

•waited ddwlopments in fcuropf . — fcrown twrnrnntc. 

-rerenoo,, r..Il^ ,. !urh -^r^^^d ' 
IniiUn la:.^e^< m- mut^ ^i t ocka. played , uecrr * co. 
out *t»n nupiecDi«s„4i«J^.j|Uxrt j'^""''^ 



it . 



tMrtadier of ftance had to say about 

Italiitii ( lalm.t in the MedUrn iinean 
Pinal prices were "TncsUy fraction.s 
to a point or so hlgh-r. 

Fnim Imp'.f ment.s m.d mall order 
hiiar^w hioed out on ihr upAlde. 
while tradera sought to appraise 
prospective gahu from the (arm 
Ifgl.slatloti approved by the House. 
8eA*^ I((icl)urk .'iiwl Iniernailonal 
Har'.r&ier ^acli ended 1 5-> higher. 

The A-'woclated Prens eoaipoalte 
prlcr of .Mxiv .-locks, prrvlouslv n<'ar 
1039 low. riided 3 li'lplipr at 48 6 
Uiit tian.sicflou'^ shrjuik t« 
>hHrc'. 



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. 14* < 14S-.4- Mil 4 

to the sldeUnM to see what Premier | E«»ttn»n Koti.i. i«s 

El Auto 1 ■ 



FVceport Ttxsi . . . 
Ci^ncrtl roo4i 
(. iirral EJecUtc ... 
C<*itai«l M ou r» ... 
Uoody»ar ...... 

(iranby Coi^pcr .... 

Cireit Northern ... 

M'-"-'"" ml . . . 

Mo«r Sound 
Kudtoii Motor* 
In piralion Copper 
Ipt Hurv^sUr . 
Int N! Iwf) 

Int Tfl 

in. CtntrtI 14 7 

Jobnt ManvlH* 79 



32 6 

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7-7 



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41 4 
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45 5 
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21 6 
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fORElCN BECHANCE 

NEW YORK. MtlKb M <*1P> — QtiO- 
tatioM IB canit. » 

Canada— mnvr*»l lo Nr« York. 
M.U<*^ N*« York in Montreal. 
1S•4S^ 

Belaium- t6S3>. 

Dftinutrk- 20 tO. 

nnland 2 0t 

KrencB- 2 64'. 

Urrn.an) 40 lli 

- Huntkry-aajS. - 

Iteljr- 5 26'» 
YUkOtUvia 2 30. 
7l:t: Nelhrrlanda-Sa.M. 
Nor«ay -23.61. 

Pound. -IMfi. . 

Portukal -4 J6S. 
Rumknik- 74 

- Sweden- 24 \i 
8wlt»»rUnd— 3a.4Ti^ 
Anenttna— tlJI.: r=" — ' 

Brazil i^VS > 
M'XK o <"n . JO 25. 
Japan 27 32 

oos-M.M. 
ahaa«)>ai>^i 



rOBCICM CXCkAKGK 

NEW YORK. March St < A H . Qyo 
ta'iuns m dollari: 4.SS'«. *laty-dk7 

bllli 4 64IS. 

'Rateii iii^ffot jBaMaajnlaip=aSli«r>' 

iiidtciitavrr~ 



Copper 



Kf nn»TOtt 

I, ft M To bkcca 

465 280 ' t*««uail?!»^ • • 
Ix)**'^ . . . 

mnIl#'Rt since Pcbruary 23, i Loniurd 



niul (OinpjjreU wUh 676.710 yester- 
day 



I Marl.. 1 1 III l( 

Mexlcon B^aboerd- 
I Mopaanto Cheinlca) 

B m ids came back Wednesday but | J|*'^° w'h^ei*'"* . 
nio«t <ains were narrow nmh KMvinator 

U.8. Government ls.Mie.s continued , JJllI'""!,,*""' . . 
to force ahead on quiet buying National tXatilleriea 
Poland TT~CoppnhaKrn 4 l-2.s mid 
S and Prague 7 l-l!'.-- dropped 2 to 
i \^liik> Milan 6 l-2'.s. Jupan 6 l-2 >. 
' ~ and Oerman 7's rose a point or more. 



36 

23 4 
lOj 

a»-i 

44 

22 1 

24 « 
16 I 



:i6 9 

4S 3 

14 3 
76 

35 1 
104 

42 4 

:i.-7 

23 5 



liiWHEAT FUTURES 
- lOSE FRACTIONS 

WINNIPBO. B<areh-a» iCn. 

WlicaV futures pric«'.- rfdi.vrciefi fnic- 



l>ow ,l«in»-s Avrr.ijw's rloxrd todar 
as follou'- 

Thirty indUatrlals. 139.73. up 0.42. 
Tarnly rill*. «».7.^. «p 
I illrrri ulililir . «7 up 
lorly bonds. !t0.4:i. up 0.11. 
T*t»l<aala«. 4TtJM. 



National Po«i>t A.- Ut» 
Nm York f.Vi.'ia! 
Viirili An'Tican fu 
Sor til A.ilP r .A ■. :m ■ ,1.1 

No' l,»ra HuciJ^ 

Odiii D.I 
(itrv.r 111. Olii%« 

Pukiric Oks Sc Clecinr 



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28 4; 

lOi < 
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23 1 
•'IS' 1 

y3.4 tiuiiai kMi^'i on the Winnipeit markei 
*J j today after fluclualing 
7 Ithrouffhout a'duU ieislen. \ Ktmt 

1.4 I Aja.x 

" i cent doVn. with May at 60 1-S. July'sa/amar 
60 7-8 and Ortober 61 3-4 c^'nts. Ex- ; S""*"w *! , - 

Bkir MrtaU 

Bralfi^ 



BOLDER BUYING 
STIFFENS PRICES 



TORONTO. March » C«.— Buy- 
j era took stocks In a little larger 
; quantltle!) late in m»- se.'-.Mon Wed- 
nesday on Toronto market and the 
prtei' ton* was firming at tha doae. 
Turnover «f—M4.1Wr~ahai(» was 
heaviest In a w«ck. 



adding S-4 to a point. Oaixu of 5 
to 10 were netted In the cYyUt^n Ust 
by Klrkland Lake. MooeU. Plflkle 
rrow aikT Wrlghl-HargreavM. 

Walte-Amulet gained 10 tad Npr- 

melal last 4. 

- Abitlbl preferred ad^•anced 1-*, 
with the common unchanged. Senior 
oil shares held their ground 

Brazilian and C.P.R were up 
fractions and Ford "A" and Walker's 
common potted fractional loBsea. 
flteel'and MUUtlea leaned to the 
do*n .side. 

Home Oil advanced 12 and Cal- 
gary & Edmonton cjosed 15 up. 
Anglo-Canadian, Davlea an d Okalta 
added smaller gains The shares of 
West Tiaiier' Pfiiolruiii were de- 
liMed today, the compHiiy hav iii; 
M>ld it4 JlokUngid to Pacific jPeti o r 
um.s Ltd 





TRY OUT SaNITOIM 



Try out Sdnitonr with aisuramc of s«tikfa>'tian 

or you: niunry back. Sanitoning la a ilramiiK 
piorss in whuh (riiUc a^t.on coiiibiiics with 
ttiMUHiKi. ilr.iiiiinj It rrst HIS the finishing' mil 
that keep cloth ph.ililc and rich l.K>kiin; A» 
lurtiked Sanitonr clcdnfra wt are fckillrd in the 
cleaning art. Our trial offer juaraiUce of a.itivl.ic- 
tion ia backed by Kcnery Industrica. the manufac* 



METHOD 



Mf «MiaW«M AND DVEBfr— 
f\m fTORAOt AMD CUtANCBa 




PHONE 
G8166 



Oils Advance With 
Golds Irregular i)n 
Vancouver Exchange 



narrow ly i 




a I 

17 1 



H i I p or t iBrtf i i-o f 'Oanadi aw wheat ware 



61 



111 A H'lmbM I.'ri ' 
.All I'rM Moll' 111 r.'hi'r 



lllHll U)« 

Air ncdiii i ion , . 1. -7 

Alli'd rlirnilcaU 170 

AllH riialineri 1* 4 37 4 

Aiiim SU.^ - ^1 J;7_ 

Ain<-t,' I . ' Ml «" 1 »9 

Ali'riiun r>lfinr\' 19.1 

Ainerteaii ►'or. Power . 2 7-. 

Ain*riran h. tc 7, ^'t 

A iiffickii l^omoii ' .'' ' -1 ^ 

Aiiirrlean P. A I • ' 

Ainrrfan Redlaloi 14 13 4 

Aineriran Roliiiik Milli 16 4 t*-l 

American amelier 42 3 4' 4- 

Ain»rlrai« Tel. * Tf I .« VlH 

Amfrlean Tobarco »>i 3 «4 :i 

AMorlran Wklerwor'.i. Ill 10 « 

Aiikeenda Copper . .. 27 2 36-ft 

Atrhionri R.-lI*ey 33 32 

■ Allniii'- Rrliiiink 20 6 20 :> 

n <• o RnU-way • 

fluid* III l4lt^>,»lotl^c .14 13 'i 

r.ri.rti» A union 7« 7 2:* 

R -Mi rhpni ateel 66 4 6 > I 

II • .m . 2i 24 .-. 

, . ,, 19 1« 6 

n .t Warner 26 2 J.'. 6 

Hr (« 34-1 83 -S 

r.. i da Drv It 

rPP 43 42 

f .1 riMlli-r rrac 43 4 4'. 

f .. . ..II' 63. 

( •; 1 1> rr Pr .o 10 

I- • II !»■ llway 15 I 34 • 

I , .: fi. . ... 7 « 7 

' II. m ini Credit M M 

I inn r i-.al Bolv«l<t. 114 112 

I V 1., ,,,titi.ealth * Po. 1-4 ! • 

I ;..IrMlll 24 9 



rr-nn. Railway zt-t 30 

i'ii;ii!P» Pete ; .. S»-l_-38 

Pullman 

Purr Oil 

Rkd'u 

Rem Rand 

Rrpubiii- Iriin 8t*rl... 

Reynold's Tob 

aafeway Store* 

8ch*rley . 
Beer norhii'b 

Rharrii ntffi , 

Shell Uuioii 

Clo.» Pocony V*ruuni 

53 7 ^ulhern Pacific 

170 I floiilherh Rlj 

36 3 ' Bperry rorp 

9 I Standard Brands . ..T 
St I ' Standard G<-% .... 
.It-I 1 atrndard OH Cal .. 

3 T' mandard'Oil. tij 
i 7 I Oirwari Warner 

21 j ! Suprrlor Oil 

'< 1 1 Rtudebalirr 

U 7 Trsns CniP 

)« 4 r»% .» f .Mir 

41 1 IMiU-ri 

I'.a 4 ■ I mi- ^ :-' 1' 

86 1 • ' • Mr. yox 

111; frrti-. ■■ "1 ^ ;!ii.t 

n I Union Carf)!!!' 

33 , tifiion oi.. fill 

20 6 I IJiiion Par.fii ... 

6 Unllf-I Alrtraft 

13 Vi United Alrllnri 
23 4 I United forp 
RS I UiiKed Pntu 
25 Uiili'rt ri'»i A; Imp 
It It 8 Pln» At F'oiiiirtry 
76 2 V B. ni|l)bf r 

14 I U S Rubber, pfd 

16 ' tJ.P Smeltlne xd .... 

4 2 t; K Sre-I 
4S , Viiiiadiuni 

D W.Tii r Bro 
40 ivi'tini' Air Brake 

3', ' Wr tm»l>ou»r Electric 101 4 

7 V.rnrfrii Itnlon 21 
SI \ 'hil» Motor It 
11-4 Wool»orth 4" 4 

I 4 I Younkktov n 8. Se T . 43 4 
'34 3 7.enith Radl* <7 3 



I.r.crpiol clos^i-i l-4<! lowfi '.«) . 4<i 

, , ,,, , . . „ . ., „ Buffalo Ankente 

'j^ I higher while Chicago lost 1-8 to J-8 ( k e Ci.rp 
i > x laawt a nd B we w ei i M ta t was m m 'r k n a rt i a i. MaLi r ..4, 



30 
t-S 
» 7 

13-6 
18-7 
38 5 
34 3 

1ft -r 

71 5 
15 5 

12 4 

13 4 
1.V 6 
17 6 
41-5 

■~» 5 
Si 
37 6 
47 

in 

• 4 

6 2 

41 5 
3t 
41 4 

6 7 

?1 I 
.3 4 
79 
IH .' 
»» 4 
37 6 

It) 7 

1 -J 

72 4 

I-.' 4 
1." 

♦ 3 5 
tt-3 

S«l 6 

55 7 
34 

• 6 
24 



39.4 
S 4 

13 i 
16 3 
36 3 
33 t 

15 

70 7 
15 4 
12 3 
.12-1 
15-1 
17.4 
40 3 



27 2 
46 6 



8 

41 I 

40 2 

6 & 

30 t 

•;- 4 

in I 

97 

36 6 

10 i 

77 2 

13 I 

4? 4' 

97 6 

56 t 

it -7 



IC'l 
20 4 

47-i 
43 
It t 



30 3 
38 

30 



Changed to 1-8 lower 
, Opi^ratlons in ca.sh 



Crriboo O Quarli 
:Ccv||e Trrthevay 
Wheal and t>;>trai Patridm 
,41 , » , 1 Chrmical Reneareli 

« * ; coarse grain* were^ at a minimum, j coi»i_cai»per . . . 

13 6 , 

wixNipfri r.RAiN- 

lln.i.ti-. 1.1(1 ' 
Oi'"i, Hi»li I I 

SO'. cn<. 



MIMNt. SttriON 

l^luud IiivfLtnirnt Co I id ' 

Bid A»ked 

.07 

17 18 

.15 40 

09 12 

.... ^20 24 

16 20 

1 12 1.13 

BT" MX" ourr V. 21 24 

Bob.iii 18 II 

Rr'lurni- . 10.13 1135 

.... Il.Ot • II 75 

... 3.17 2 26 

^, .a U. 



VANCtJUVMt Maiclf 29 iCP» — Oil I Oreille .. 

. Pilot Opld .... 

pile*.. iii!\ .iiit'«'(! a lew crnl.s and [.,oneer 

golds were lrreguia«y WgHer at _ihe j Porter- ida ho .. 
close Off Vancottvpr Stock Baehange j Border 

today. B;i.s( iiifinl.*- weir tinrhan;;<'d 
and transactions loialcd 
shares. f----.. 

Braloiiu Golfl finished at 11.00 
25 cent.s above Tur.^day'.< t lo.sing bid 
while Piniieer added 5 to the pre- 



Prlvaieer . . . . . 
Qui.-nelle Quartk 



Rrevrk' MaadooaM .... 
Ri-lirf Arlinkton ... 

fir no 

Ki'ward 

Kulu»-Argrnta . . ^yj 
.SitU> 



! 



18 4 

36 5 1 ■ 

Wh-.t 

4 July 

.4 4 ( Oct. 

I Jiil>. 
liOcl ' 

Rye 
I May 
I Juiv 
Oe4r — 



I 



iH. A 
P C 
60<. 
61 



V 



1.1 « 

17 4 ' 
41 2 ' 
6 

S I 1 
27 2 
47 

10 

2-4 i 
8 

41 I : 

2ri 

41 



28 
28' 
38 

30 
31 
-401 



60 '« 
61 . 



28 
38' 



19 
40' 



61 

6,1'' 

?R 
26' 



39' 
38^ 



60'i 
t1?. 

!8 , 
28'. 



39 

.If 



( 

a60 
a6< 



. 23' 
a3S 

0 1!) 
B40 



Ma> 36 36' 36 • 3t't 

I July S*\ 34 . 34^ 34'. 

jOct 34'. 

( a«b firalne 

Wlieii I Mini). j9 I Nor . 
6 '. Nor. 5,V,. J Nor., il^ -4. 46". 
31 I I 6. 3»',. Feed. 39'.. frlick. .i9'. 
53 4 ! Durum I. 46 . ■ 2. 44 . 3 . 44'. 
79 Track. 46' a«rn»l Wheal 1. 
IH ; 47 , 3. 42'. 

99 4 Oat* 2 f W . 21 . 3.C W 28 
81 3 '»^ -. 2. 24' 1. :v. Track. S*".. - 
tot! Barley 2. ROW. 40 -t-R O^V., 40' 
- 7 3 C W.. 3 V'. 4 f W . 34\. 5 C . 3.1', 
7; lit r W . v.". ' I r«rt k 4p , . 
1? 4i PIkX 1 NW.q. 155 ■ 3 C.W.. I.il 3 C W 
42 I 138^. 4eW.. -l33'.. Tra<-k. I.ij 
13 2 I Rye I C «' 37 *> C W . 37 , . 3 f W 
»H 7 ' 14 Re' 2. ,3! 4 I '.'. " Irick. 38. 



MONTREAL STOCK 
PRICES SEE-SAW 



i ranadian Maltina 
' Cauailiaii Vinemr^ 
I f.anadian Hrewerie. 

rHMKrilfll Hr'>»Ties 

I'rt'iaili;. " Vii krr^ 
I C"oTnin"ti lal Alcohol 
I coiitoiidated Paper 

Cub Aircraft . . .. . 

Domini9n atortfc ... 
' Dnnnaronna "A" 



Pteei Alrrraf 

ff* *fX. -'^I'M.'U-,.— 
l,iiernat"iorrtl feUflT 
ln:rrna>>n!)al Paint 
M« fiK I rl.i. pfd. 

M' f .i: I- ifiiienac. pfd 
I'aie-Herii** 

RoTkllle Oil 

H:ram Walker 



pfd. 



MONTREAL. March • 3t <f> 

Fnr>ni rflarxn \^T■,^<■^ w «:awrd rm a 

Irm iionnJ .srale Werliiesday in alter- 
^laleJruylnli and selling. Widest low; 

wH> pasU'd in Caii.iilMi' (^ir \ii<\ . 

down 1 l-a and ^le Ui^.si gam by , '^ ^ 

- Bulnfe. 4*p^ lU. - Banha 
Canarll.iii ( in . tiinmon and .Na- i "■"i' »' <^"' """"'^'" 

, I Bank i.( Mmii i ral 

.IKinal .Strri ( ar i-irentcd iKirrowly ' ^„ Nmi. n. i- 

llolllHKer Nil krl Htul N'>ini>(i,i 
firmed 3-8 In 3-8 Price BioUicrs 
Paper firmed l-IB while Bathurst I 
lo I 1-4 ' 

Hhawiiiiiran and Montreal Powt'r i 
gained S-8 <>nch Brazilian and \ 
Po'vri Ci'iixuntlnn imprcved slightly 

Innnaii'.nal Peir .md Lake of the ^^^^ 
Wood."* xM'ir frmlional k.M.iiTsJjLcl-Po^'r A 
NRrrbw decllne.v wer*' chalked up oy ' ' 
A^Foctated' Breweries and Dominion 
Tpt. , 



33 , 

12' ■ 
125 
19 

16(1 
4 < 



4 

4t 

1 

9'.. 

10 
31 

90 

36 

43 ' .• 
19 . 



162 



.i-2 I 
'« 1 

5 ' V.'lir. 

■* M«-. 
1"! -' , .1.1) . 
30 4 Sni'i 
W Cii' n 

47-4, Ma 

n t .luiv 

17 2 { Sept 

Oal-v 
MBy 
.liilv '. 
14 I 8rnt 
,17' I R^e 
2" : Ml-. 

7 Jiih 
170 .Sept. 
4'. I • 

1511 



I Ilir 4«.0 tiHMN 

■II A Hj lb- I. Lffl 
Hull 



Conarlum 

Eldorado 
Pa'corhridke 

(loo • Lake 

t>nniiar 

liardruck . . 

Molllnter . 

Hi.nie (III 

!Ii)\M % 

Intl. Niri.rl 
Kirkland t4l;e 

t^ake-ihorr 

I.r li t' Uold . . . . . 
I.iiMr I.Ank Lac,. . . 
Mart, .'-a ' - . . 
Mr I II tv re 

M '.iiil Cockai.ull 
bJ4'. I McWateri 
bS4' : ' MiMinit Corp 

I Moiiela 

Morris KIrkland . 
Noraiula 

O nn» i' . . . 

P I iiiTir . ... . 

Pomi'll Hiiuyii . . . . 
Piivinli'ler 
Pr Id Oreille 
Pen on Oold 
Pickle Cron 
•.P,i<ii»'er 

Pri-i.iier 

Ri-iio ... 

: nr.- ..;ar Oil , 

Pill AuWiiiio .; 
, >*}•'• rir -iloi t'tn 

I Fx rtr V 
.S' ..ii*^ \ ,\ln !..r I :l 



b38' 



'>8 t 2 ; 
r>. 41', 

Amber 
4. 40'. 

0 , 2. 

1 hied. 



_2 25 
80 

2 3, 
30 

1 «.•. 

I 40 
33 7 I 

1. 4'. 

SOU 
22 
48 

1 23 
14 .50 

2 42 
28 

4S7.'i 
1-47 
40 00 
68 

' i g.i 
4 Sr, 

55.50 
2 05 
40 
1 10 

1 12 
It 

77 to. 

2 45 

3 6.5 
I 85 

41 
I -lO 

1 70 
■. 0 I 

2 4.1 

3 00 
30 

.3 1 )0 

) 'I 
1 03 
1 13 
■>4 



2 45 
!l2 

i 38 
4<l 

.' 00 

: 42 

34 OH 

1 ,0 

.'3 

! 24 
14 7 1 

2 4 . 
'.(I 

49 ,".i| 
1 48 
40 25 
72 

3 10 
.10 

56 5« 
3 10 

■ 45 
1 4i 

1 17 
It 

77 75 

2 -.0 

3 75 
1 67 

• 43 
I 60 

I 7:. 
■ 1" 

1 4? 

2 0.1 
42 

37 00 
1 S 
I 04 
1 II 



vious bid at 2ii2. Uold Belt wai> up saimun tinid 
3 1-2 at M l-2 .8He*p Creek added 2 I'^'^l 
at 1 I't and Priviit«tr fiiiiifd a rnit Riiverrre at . . : 

T iU P H e 



1 jt 

00 ^ 

2 47 
03. 

3.t3 

OO'i, 

1. lo- 
ts'. 

02 . 
2» 

.10'-. 
.3t'-.. 
.03 '> 
00 

ja 
II 

I 12 
1.60 
.01 



ItQ^ 

00'. 

03 
3 OS 
01' I 

03 

03'. 
30 

n 

41 



1.14 
I «i . 



SETS DATE FOR 'S 
HIOHUND FETE 



Vlctorln'a-JUgtalahd Games will be 
f lrta tills y e ai on Saturday. July 2fl 
It va]r ' announced at the annual 
meeting of the Victoria Highland | 

Game.s A'vsociatlon he'.d la--! night 
at Ubesal iieadquarter.s Toonu ont 3 



CHOia MILK-FIO 
BROILERS, 36<nk. 

I': Ibi and 2 lbs tJih 

FRESH RED SPRING 
SALMON 
•iOr lit 

FRESH LING COO 

Pirti- r. SI'ii-d H»«' lb 

STUART'S MEAT 
MARKET 



net Devkrar 



oiiaa 



Brougf^lBii Street. In connection 

with future nonius, it wa.s de<'lded 
to amend by-laws lo nk-iude con- 
testants f rom-aU- Areaa eomprtalng 

Greater Victoria 

Tiie mam bu.slnc.s.s of il.c ini cluni 
j was tl)e election of offl« er.-. lor the 
li i ? < rt e nli. n f lilch w ill expure in Sep- 





al 110 Pmiiu i at aiuT FTiir- 

Vi« \v AiiiiilK.uiial<'(l ^.i f) ra> ll ea H'd a 



Waverley 

Weilinkton 

cent while Reno at 41. Hedley ikla.scol ; wenko 

at 123 and Cariboo Oold -Quartz at y^;',' y^J.^^ o,„ 

J 2 25 111 Id lUK li ineed 

Analo-CanadiBii 
Hinile OH lilOVld UJ) 10 tem.s to Amnlinmated 

2.45 and Calaary At Edmonton gained ' Ana.i.nda 
12 at 2.19. Okalta was up'3 at 1.1,8 ''•''"•^°"«'"<' 
•McDnuRal Segur E.xplorallon added 
1 I -J at 15 1-2 and Caliiit'iit \>,i.'- :^ 
cent.s higher at iil. A^iglo-Caiiacjuiii 
at .LOL and Brown at 32, were each 
up a cent. 



Ollt 



VAK(«M.lH UloMTIOK^i 

■Boorinaii li > ui.i.ii Co Mil 
Mlaea 



V r 

f~, . 

K7 

68 ', 

■ 47 , 
4t ••. 

se\ 

29 . 

37' 

3t*« 



<;7 



47 
49' 

M' 

29 
27 
36 

41 

i: 
■ 4] 



67 

67 . 

«I8 . 

4-7 

.48'. 

M<, 

29' ■ 

27' 

36'. 

41 ', 

42 , 
43'. 



I 

m . 

n: : 

fi8 ' . 

47 . 

41 

4t'« 

29-. 
37'. 
J6 - . . 

41'. 

42 

43 



Cl'i 
H7 
("7 

4i 

a' 

,50 



B I 111 



h-il. 

.■4v ;■ 
I- . 

I 



- [Illl 



t Xe 



W.illr AliMi.rt 
Wnglil -Ha r J r'ri 



H..I 

. But Mi oiii 1 . 32 

I Bra lor ne .11.00 
, Br yue Ruer C'on.-iihdatrd 02' 

ni'ifiiirti . . or 

Car .ii .o Oold 2 2ft 

''-Wntoiiia 03 ■« 

jPaiiviee AirhitBiMined .... Of 

; Federal Oold no 

I Oeorte, Copper . , ; 

iGolcondH ... (14 
Gold Be)' ...1 
Orni.due" . 0 . 

I Cirull Wilik lie n? 

I Hefllev Mascot I 2>l 

I Mil. I <• f io'il 03'-. 

Iii'iiHii ,05 ' . 

I I'l.i',d .Moi.iitain 

I Kont-n»y B?llr I 33 

I -irk,' IliTT ' . . . r 0::' 

M ^ ;i «r' . ; . . . 01 

M-i.',.vari Creek ....... .'I 

Mil ", ■ .... 03 

■w o* • U'- 

Nobli- IV . 03 

Panne Nickel 13 



29': 

27 , ■ 

28 , j 

41 ' 

4.' 

43 



P A 

n t 

B (• 
Bell 



6' . 
4 . 
4'. 

II 

. 14 

37' 
93 

38- 
44'. 

at 

iiik 

'11 

166 



INDVHTRIAL HECTION 

<M»nd Inveitmenl CO. Ltd • . 

Eld A>Ked 

f>il 21 , 27 

Pn«. • A . . , 25',* 2-, 

Power H 4 ' 

Teleplioiif 



bA*Cj MAKKh I 



Brev Inn Cort">riil ion 
1 Bie«ers Af Hi.^llllern 

('aimrla Ceiiirn; 
j Can Car It Foundry 
jcanamr M kH int • 

^-TTH '■^■■^ .•• . 

. ran liidU'-lr4«l Aleotibl 

fiail'. C'ir|;.,hl|l| Plo« 



25 
11.3.1 
03. 

3J9 

03 
06 <• 

01 

•( . . 
1 

ill 

n« 

n.l 
1 24 

nv . 

1 .'6 
1 34 

03'. 



13 
•3 

02' 



Baripc. 

Briiaji 

f \ f Corporation ...... 

< I Ilinill , . , , .' 

( i.iiiiii":! 

Coin iiioi I *cai' h 

Clou V Ne-f 

UaDinii'ie 

lua^ir- Pel I oleum • . 
I E»"l.-re ' 

I Kr:-r)ir!ii . . , 

) l-lfe-.ione Petroleum 

I Foundation 

Hh r«al 

ili'tr- ood Sarcee. .. ,. 

II OU . . • 

M . "M 

Mat .)oi. 

Meriurv 

I HcDoiikall Seaur' 

Melyod . 

Mill Cilv 

Moi^el 

Monarr!i . 

I National Petroleum ....... 

I Okalta , 

Okalta Preferred 

! Prairie Ro>allles . ,. 

IM' al Canadian 

'I'l-llile 

.snul.weH Petroleum 

. Hunset ^ 

tTiilted Oil 

Venalta 

Vulckn 

Indu^lrlaU 
I B're«er.< * OittlHer. 

I Capital Evtalev, 

I Coast Bre«eriei »;. .. 



00 
or. 

on 

0,1 
06'. 

1 01 

0(1 

09 

IK'. 

02 

31 , 
3 18 

.42 

34 

.24' 

43 

3.1 
Ok 



tS' I 

00 . 

.01 

.01 

04 

06 

I 06 

00". 
(HI , 
30 

.23 
3.30 
43 

28 



till ii.nii.il KHiiU's held lMt~3aly and 
tlie Kt'iiirmi.s .siip|K>n ghrn by all 
im'mbens aiKl oitiaiiuatu>n» Mr. 



Dr Gunn In iiiakmp per.sonal ron- 
Uct^ with out:^de bodies resulting 



t e iutwi. m Mi t l l i p annual wwn tlwg ■ in Witr l w winii rt T P l vpfl f r om vnn- 

Changed fioiii March to not later 
than October IS each year. Dtnwan 
MacBride wa* re-elected president; 
Dr Wallace Ounn. vioe-preeklent: 
J C Dowds. secretary, and J. R. 
Mitrr.s tie.i.surer The following 
Were 4.'letled lor a two-year term on 
the executive committee': G. Mac- 
l}Cth> (iniM't ill! : ('. S ii:irt 
PKLSbNTS KbPOKl 

Mr MacBrlde preaented the re- 

j»i I of thf pie. idi'iit for the 19:)8- 
39 .year, m wlikh Iv ni< nt loiieti tlu 
main activity of the a.sM>< lation wb.-^ 



(■i>u\er. Vi'Mioii and ..S«'at:l(- 'I he 
-president ^RP.'^TPirThmr shou l d be 
more aietlvities durtng the WUller. 

Tlie report n' thi- trri^.-iirer. Mr. 
Marrs. .show<ul llie a.^.-oclatlon fln- 
i.'^hed the year with a cash surpluit 
in the bank aft4-r all accounts had 
been j)ald ^ number ol rccom* 
ini iidai ion,s «t ir nrrucd for the 
conduct Ql tile games this year and 
tJiey were sent on to the executive 
committee for at t ion PYaternaJ-' 
greet ing.n vteie ordered sent t* 
kindred a.<t.socialioii.s 




I 2:> 

I 18 



4 !>0 

2 00 

1 33 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS 



lior|)oration Boiidh 



iBurna * Walnwrltht. Ud i 

OF CAN»DtAN 00aARi-«i,"w.'~«;.:;:h " 

I Brown Co ■S'j'V . 1848. . . . 
MONJ^REAL. March 29 -- ! ?':!7;,\>°'e'n, 4l';'*?t8i 



57 SO 
103 25 



Pi'inMioir Bridkc 
(iaii.iejtu ^•aowc^^cpmmoh I 
itatineau Power, 'pid ' 



Storks and Rond* 



I A a AMsa * CO. eicioHiAi 



Tlie.se prices iire obtain. d 
trom the, o fllce ol th«; Dominion * c-"'>»"i'dated ameiten. 
I Oovemmenl Poultry Producie In- 1 n?"tinm'*aSvs«i 

;.si3or»ion Ser\lrC, VlClOflff. E8«22 

I Grade ' .\" l.irije .7. ' — .... 

I Gr,id«' •.^ ■ tiiediiim 
Grade i 'A" piulet 
I TOlldt?.- ii>4 an.' city 
I Grade ' • U" iRr.;«- 
Ginflei 'W medium 
I Grade "k" pullet 



BrUlfih and foreign ej^change closed ' " "* »"'"'"^"p > - • >»»' 
|*easler tfidayr„, JGuailMl. jatet. for 

I large amounts 

AiKennHH [Kso '^^nfl;. Aii.-ti'hiiax 



18! Oeneral 

; Oypauii 
* • < HrtnrtTlo« 



wholesale: 




lirareit 



.21 



He, 
Mr 

H A. 



"i>1-"iie 

I T 1. A r> 



MtlST^r.tl QIOTATIONji 
iJame-i Richard, on A ."ion-.' 

Bid 

AviiOflated Brevlerle.. rdm. 
A.'-»o<.iaiei1 Bre*»rie!i pfci 
natl)ur«t I'Ki-ri 
Biiililliik Prortui I- I . 
( .iiadiaii Norihern Power .. 
f aiiad'nn .>«te«ni»hlp-. 
Caiiort'ai Si»e,iu>i.l< pfd 
Cai ertieii i «r * lowi'ilr' 
( unadlti I'ai I- 'I "iri 
Canadii^n ( >l»' • •• I'lil 
( aiiadlaii Ciin-rrier, 

Canadian Alcohol A 

C«>kith«itt PI-"*' 

( n irolldaled ttmelter* 

Cro»n Cork* ,......> 

Doi'ininn fKr.itt- ... 

l.>oriinian c:.»e* i*fd' - . . . . i r-.-- 
Doiiiinioii I II I 

IViinlnlon 1»t pld 

Dominion Te»l1ie» 
Oatineaii Power nlil 
^ Mamltton Hi:rttr 
H awlUon Bridg e p(d 



Holllnker 
noward Smith 

Hi" ,ird .""rri'l! 
II „l ."i B«'. M A S_ 
Iiiteriiati«rnit "NtSlie* j' 
t iii-rnmi'-nal -pel tole'im 
1 i^e of tlie Woodi>"Millliik 

M»»»e>-Hkrilf- 

Montreal C«t!on> 
Montreal Poi-er 
National Breweries 
NaTronal ST^ft Car 
Nnranda 
Oailvle* 
< »■»»«« Po-»et 

r ..miaus 

Pnt. er (:<utMMaUon 
rn.e »'ir)i,!er.« 
price .lixijier. pfd 

- niillai'.d gajai- . 
<«l Ijrurenre Cirp 
.SI Imreii e Paper 
.<J|ii i -vi!! W'lliani. , 
.I'eel ot Canada 
sie.i of cinada. pfd 

. - KR;.e4 aiatl 

Catb 

Al>i"bl . , 

A'^.iibl. pfd 

A.besjM 
taTFiura? 

errirert * Dliltltlfrk 
Canadian Soaar 




Mall.Hk 

ranafliaii P.Tif:r t 
f ill. Mr. 'II- it- fim'l'.liik . 
Uotnlnioii Bnilir 

Fanny Farmer 

ford ■ V 

flioitreer 7 n Com ...... 

f loody.en r I u" I'til . . . , 
'•-t.nrau I'owm. iifU .. . 
Hiram Walker CT * W. 
Hiram Vihter O •* W . 
Tmi>erial Oil 
Imperial Botmern 
Iliternat oiial Nlilt"! 
Ii\'*rna.luriil Pclrr.leum 
t/ihlar Oroceriei 'A" 

1 Motitfiil Pi«er Com 
CMrilvie rioiir 
Rovallte Oil 
ni7a* tntkaii W * P. 
, Steel (If Canada 

Bralorne 

Dome , ^^^^ 
Iloll..ixe! Cimr . ~. 
ij-CTMihre 

.M. I ' ■ 1 ' Pnrcup'.pe . ." 
"No, ,. I ,1(1 _ 
Piv.ki- (:'* ■ 
Premier .... 
Wrifliu.IIa'-iiieavea 
, Bank of MonirMl i... 
I-Rofal 'Bank- rr. 



pfd 



1.74 



! ,'. 
33 , 

4;. 

7fi , 

31 '. 

20-. 

75 

..(I 

«!» ', 

43 

19 ', 

' f' , 

4:1 

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23 

to 

30 , 
76 
15 
19'. 

T. 
10 , 
34 

l4^ 

40' 



5 0.7 

: 00 

8 30 
305 
183 



A- ken ' 
174 

III 



' Aull or 



I^LISTED 3.T0CKS 



0/ Vaiirotl'fr Sio- 



•0 
2.' 

•I 

7.1 

91 
45 
"0 



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■ 26 ' . 
M', 
•3 
31 

2r. 

36~ 
20 

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41 

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5 20 
3 0. 
8 40' 
313 ' 
187 '4 



"f . ' I ... 

( , . on 

Ci t 1 ' ' ' lailo-. ' 

I Cor ore ■ 

I.I)'lt.M-f1 • I .. 

Fr , .1. R,\er tlold . . 
' Ciold Moiititaih 
I Ha Kill ' 

1 Mavijah ' . 

I'efiirv Ani 'lKamated' 
K - -.. I B Florence . 

I , . I 1- 1 ,(,• iif . . . . 
'P> '.'i'' 

I S I ' 

'Vii.iiuii 



II d 
02 
03 
26 

30 

03 



t -TIlHIl '<• ' 

A kra 



Bridge 
Walk«r common ' 
bnperiHl 01; 

Int Pete- I , , , . . 

•♦■» i I'liperial Tt;h.ii i n 

*' I u.' N'cki : 1 

. I nse ol the WnodK . . . . . 
I a lira ' Mecold ....... 

' Mnii- real Power . 

MrColl-Frrftlenar 

\,ii' Bteell Car ........ 

' Na ' ' Bi " "ri if -■ . . . . 

' i).-,ll- 'e riniir Mills . . . 
1 P(i'ie Hertiiv 
Po- er roifp , .... 

Pli^wliiiBaii 

I Plirrwiii Wiil.ain.* 

S el ot nniiirla 
,'-ieel of Canada 'pfd 1 . . 
'WeMiM) ». «k , 

BanTt 

I r«i\ Rank I'f Cnioinerre 
, Oomihioii Bank 

Bank nf Montreal 
I Ri nk of Nova .Scotia 
, Roval Bank <il Canada . 
Bank n; ri--, r '.. 



U'. jP'"""'' (.'hina. HoiJiiKonK 

j9<TTdoUars. :2»'Mt Germany, relchsmark. 
^«''! .403l: OppBf BHtaln, pound, '4.1017: 
Ulollajid. florin 53,'}4: Hiineary. 
ix-niru lf)79. India, rupee. .1523: 
Japnn. veil 2745; New Zealand 
I pound. 3.7858; Norway, krone. .2364; 
J South Africa, pound. 4 6903; Sweden. 
, krona. .2435; Switzerland, franc. 
2258. 



26 



Dotiiinion ihuifls 



C P R 3 1945 

CPR 3','.; 1851 
Dominion Tar 4'a'. , Itil ' 
Kanihim Plaver.s 4'*',»r 1951 
fialir.eHii Pn»er S""; . 1949 

Urii atro^atrw «'i'» ia,S3 
Matfiey.HarriB . 1947 
MrColl-Prontenac 4'»' 
.ShawltltraTl 4-7 . 1961 
Slri.p.fifi • Ud 44'<'. . Il$l. 
United Oram Ora. t'i, It4« 



103.00 
103.75 

tits 

St 35 

85 35 

101.25 
100 M) 

102 2 i- 

a7.a.5 

93 00 
1948 100 50 

103 50 

M y> 
tt.tt 



A-keil 
00 00 

104 7 , 
36 25 



t6.IS 

M.IS 
M.n 

102 7S 
104 25 

99 50 
98 25 

lOJ 7S 

I ii: :■■ 
101 7-- 
84 7-. 



RICHARDSONS 



■aiabiiaaod iMi 



JAMES Richardson & sons 



Ge>ena«ii al flaw— Asm « u« 



-6B VaaaMewi Batttesa al ■•«• 



LMKME SMIfM « M, LIMITEI 

INVESTtmiT StCUklTllS 



VANrOIVPB 



14 ARCAM lUILDiNa VICTORIA 

TOB'ONTO 



»5r*.T iiinN 



.HHERRITT-OOEOOK rBOftr 



<Burni|.4b Wain'riBli 



D'-m of 



<|:an: 



t»y i. ! 
Viklna 
Fron'ier 
(lie«'r Cr'ek 
Kerniae 
I.otrr^ Pefro!- 
I' -nil. a 
sp H.il 
Sufidatxea,, 



■ 14 

00 

00 

to 

'01 

07 

0111*4- 



Mrlal Miirk<'t<4 



! 'Suii' hlne 
; York 
1 Wr.'t Turner 



Ml 
61 



01 
,e ' 



( d 

Oj.. 



.00 

flj 
111 
.2» 
02 

02 



, . , < liiturt 



liorrd (^iiotati<>ii*4 



.V Waiiiwridii 



l.trl • 

Eld 

-★Ibene 4 . . 16.54 , . 

AlbeKta 5' , TWr>" ~ 81 M) 

ni:liali Columbia 4 ,. lO.'i' 93 .50 
RrMl^h Columbia 4'... IP51 98 50 
BrltKli Coiumhia 5 . 1954 102 50 
Manilob i 4 . 1!><<ii 63' 50 

Mai itnha 5 .;-),« <»o ,iii 

Nt» Brun»«lck_4 • 19fil 
No\a ecii-U ? 19)6 
Oniar'tt 1 . . ia«l . 

' otiewr" -r—m^--'— -. -r; 

ka.rhewan 4 ' ' , l-)..! . . 
8arkalrl,«rt( «n i'; ■ . 1952 
Sa.<i'kat.ehe«an~8'. . 1853 • 



Aircraft" , 
m Airr.rafi 



I' 

94 7 . 
tft^Zj 

77 50 
72 SO 
17 OO 



.N4'\\ ^ork.J,iirl> 

^ -Bt .« A Humber, Ltd"' 

li.At'i'r"'At! jV';'''iii'i'a..r'! _ .• 

I Ahiminiin- Lin tt . 

,_; ..-Antervcan Cyn a m i d a B^. 

I Ameiiiyin Oa.v »t F.leclfic 

Ameitcan Republic Power 
A"""' -l«!t Iron Work» 

^" BelUi 

Bre-i »tf r Arro 

'OC"-" Carr.ri t ..p 

104 50 f,,,,, B,.,ne 

66 00 ^p,. , cnpprr 

9.1 Oij p„, 

" ■ 2' r >■■ ■ . Bond * Bhare 

^« -Jl y. 1. p,|hh-r 

l.ockh'ed _ 
: Ni««ar« llud'>«n Po-<*r 

' Nlleil BrT.1,)Mt Po.-^d 

P«i>;ape< Oi 

Pittabuik P;»te CMasi ... 
aaierakey •Airctatt 

TW^reffl 



LONDO.N, .March J9 ,r< ClaMiig; 
CoppTT'Ttandnrd .sb6t. £43; future 

{143 6.S 3(1": Ivitji ip 1.- :id KlrrtrCF- 
I lytic sjxit bid 148 liiv a.skc^l. 149 10s. ' Can 
j botli un( lmiii<e<.i rin .s'pot £216^ 'es 
l6d: up 7^ 6d; futOrc. £215 2<i 6d; Qp 
H2k 6d Bids':' Lead t-pot. £14 Us 3d; 

£14 13.f 9dj^ both ofl Is Sdrt 
ZU.c hpbtrv £U l<t» 6d* unc hanged; ' . 
future. C13. 17s '8d; lip Is 3d."^ 



1940 
1941 
1843 
1944 
1944, 
1946 
I94') 
1952 
1956 
1959 
ll,'.', 
•»«»- 
Perp 
1949 
1951 
1956 
1967 



■»', 
5 

a 

4'; 
» 
' 4 
3'. 
4 

4', 

4'; 

1 

3', 
3 

3'. 
3', 
3 
3 




TOKOMT) March » CP).— An 
operating profit of f72S.SH. reported 
by ^herrltt-Oorddh lltoM^s,' Limited, 
for i Uie year ended December 31. 
1038. comparet. with $149,623 in 
l93t. In whlc^ year the plant was 
o|>erated only five months. JMJst^ 
all deductions, including deprecia- 
tion and deferred developtm nt ap- 
propriations, a net loss of $15,090 
was shown from the IWt opera - 
tiorv. 



<71o»e 
in6», 
113 

33'. 

ii'. 

IT 
9 . 
6 . 
8 
-.4 
W 



NEW YORK Marth 29 4'. —Cop- 
per sieady, electrolytic si>ot. 1125; 
export. 10:iO to 10.35 Tin. steady; 
■;-if aiKj •.)^,\ih\ . 4664 1-2 IniJtiud. 
46 ,50. Lewd , steady, ,spol. Ne* '\'ork. 
'1 85 to 4 90, East St Lome. 4 70. / 
Zinc, juead))^ EaM St. LuoLv spot] 
and forward 4.50 _ i 



DOMINION (il'AaAVTrKs 

Nat RIy " 19 .1 4' '. 114 7% 

- ■ - - V9Vf -4'-,'- US 7-. 
I9J4 4\V 118 21 

July 1969 5 ' . 115 50 

Oct 1989 5 lirTTS 

195*- 5 ;. I'9 00 

• ' 1953 3 '• 99 35 

1944 3 103 St 

I.'.. IBJ0_ t..:i . MM 

Grand Trunk 1963 3 ■■ tt 00 

- 1863 4. 106 75 
Can Wot, RIT- 1858- 



11, 75. 
i IK 75 
1 19 50 
118 75 
130.633 
130 3A 

100 50 
105 00 

101 00 
100 35 
110 75 



'SAME OED song; 
MAYOR REMARKS 



Oak Bar f'ounrll in Be Aaked to 
Reennalder R4>fuial to r;on- 
tribate to the WUlewa' 



Ltmdon Stocks 



to 

w 

.11': 



BAR OOLOU 

_MO,N IHK.M March 29 <F».— Bar , '"!;;' 

" iTOTT'Tn^Lptiadh. iifTi wrrmrnrw ■wo: -rme Tube " 

6A , an ounce in Canadian fund.s. 148> 



4% 



6d tn British funds. The fixed $35 
rWkiUiihgion t>ri«« ', aihdUnted to 



MS I IM.lt in Canadian funda. 



19 
9 . 

10 . 
36 . 

- 4n - 

:'«'. 

•47 

' r 1 

IW"- \ 

17 
5 . 



TTOnTREAL Mnrrh tjUfT- 
•J^;3.T Copiier. el'.ctrulylK-. 1170, 
nil 49 40, lead. 4 55, zinc. 4.35, anii- 
ffioiiy 

Montreal, in five-ton k>t<:. 



'Eurn* A Wa'ijnwriki t 



MOWTHBAI a . March 2» n^P) — 

.S:l',t>r fiitur.'s c-.n-pd . T»>ndy 'ik'.t. 
.No ia.e.v B.<t' March. 42 Jj. 



LONDON, March, 2% -l-^—C losing: 
Brazil. 810 5-8; CPR »4 5-8: In- 
Uinatir.i.ai Nickel $.51 7-8. Uij Steel .Mxlattor 
$58 7-8. Celancse CorporatloiT Of by the city lo 06^ Bay birthe Wil 
Americk. £4: Cent Mming. £16 3-4; lows property, .r . 



H's the «me oM aQng."''oom- 

flW34*4 Mawr Andrew MeOavln at 
a mppting of the City Council yef- 
terdjiy when a etammtinicatlon wa^ 

received from the Oak Bav Cour. il 
i ntim ating that the couiKll had nr, 
funds to make a grant to the Wii 
lows undertaking, since ^ 193! 
estimates were ckwed. 

Oak Bay had KeeA requested by i 
the eity to make r grant to the 
British Cohimblft Agrtcultura! A.^- , 
H ' ii ir.t ot taxes pnld ' 



Consot Ooldfield-. 60.s "I-.'d £our- ' .Alderman J A Worthington auk- 
IVM; j>er 100 pounds JJlJLj.^^^^^^^ l^^l th«e waa noOimg to 

G'>duld £103-k. HBC . 21 :jd prevent the Oak Bay Council from 



Minuik: Trust Ok M. tl*nd. £8 1-2. j P«»»lni supplementary, estimates 

•feprini<s 27ji «d. 

Boh ds: B ri t i sh 9 1 - 8 per cent Con- 
-ois £87 1-2. BritUh 31»3 pet cent 



and on hit motion ifwa^ resolved 

I to .3. k the council t» weoniidsr lt< 



April. 40.66. 



War Loan £95 1-3. Britbih Fundlrtg 
; 4 s. IWO-M. C106 1-2 



HEAVY HAULING 

Wl SffCIALIZI IN NANW.ING lOATS. MACHINERY SAFES, FTC. 



EST© 
1800 



HEANEY'S 



CAU 



8^ 



Au'tralia M'^ - . 1956 
Bn;,Ma 7 . . 1951 
Chile 6-.. 1861 
Columbia 6 1961 
French T • 1949 
Oerman 4 -. 1965.. 
Italy 7': , I95I 
Japan 6- ' . 1954 . 
I peril r-7 1961 
Sidney i . ;9;i) 



Md I 

Bid 
83 oa 

3 7S 
14 5t 
83 35 
105 00 
1860 
t3 5« 

7: Ml 

9 7^ 
91 75 



N|;W YORK March 29^ Tl»i. 
.silver 43 3-4. unclianffed 

A<k>i( 
94 33 
4 39- 



-Bar 



>loiitr(>al Produce 



It 35 

35 00 

n V) 

61 r. 9 
77 'to 

1 IJO 



I/DNDOir March IfUvPi^-^^^ 



silver 19 7-8d. off 1-16 



Uaitoa KtnaaMB 4 .. IMO. . 87 >t 
<A»eta Maas la Mr* TtiO 



DIVIDENDS DECLARED 

CajiadllinJIrewerJes, pld 
1^25^^ pents.^yaMe AprU 1$ to holders 



MONTREAL March 39 <F).— 
SpOT' Tnrtter ^ii' bec n graded '93 
fK * m i 2 1 to 2 1 q O c b e t regraded 



1 38 .score • 30 1-4 to 20 8-f. 

'Bir.t.er futures March, 10 ^ to 
21 3-8: Apni 21 3-8 U> 31 3-4; 
November. 12 7-8 to 33 1-1 Sale*: 

a: 



deri.siDn 

.\iderriian K .\ C I>e-*ar r' •.:!. 
mended that the Oak Bav Co ih' 
-should be. asked U> lay the city a :< 
quest on the table, "ao that they ti ui 
be 6Ure to have It before ihem when 
thpy c<xi8lder theu- estimates next 



THAT -H" AOAIN 

A 6cene-»hift*r m a London the- 
atre hM never ^n $ ttage per- 
tanma in Ma I^cT Ifiitf 
to fet BM 




FARES 



FROM AND TO ALL ISLAND POINTS 

*S«b|tct »• Minimiiml 

GOOD GOING ON ANY SCHEDULED TRIP 
From THURSDAY, APRIL 6, Until MONDAY, APRIL 10, 

ln.:lusive 

Final Return Limit TUESDAY, APRIL 11 



SINGLE O 1/ 1^, 

FARC « lor 



ROUND 
TRIP 



EASTER 'RETURN FARES 

Bcfwttt VICTORIA Md Between NANAIMQ and 

Hill Dalifaa , ■ ..■■...i-,,, 

2 60 ^trkteiNe 



Sidnty 

Dtmcan 
CKtmtiaai , 

Nanaimo 
QvslKam .. 
Poet Albetnt 
Capet taty 



145..^ QatlKam .rTT..-— 

4 V) Cowrftnjy ' 

5 85 Port Alberni 

6 10 Ctmpbtll jlortr 



lll^ 

.« 

. 65 
1.00 
IJf 
295 
170 
4«5 



•Y lUS AND AMI TO ANYWKllr' 

Ctatalf fHe COACH tl^fs T»AVfl IU8FAU »of mtdfWjf.oft 
' LmM **4 $414 L4n«« to ail peuitt la Csns4t 8*4 U-S-A. 



T 



1 1177 



Vancouvar island 
Coach Unas, Ltd. 

SfBWffctBN Sfvict gt Vrotd 



I 1171 




t 



1 
1 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VfCT^IA, B.C, THURSDAY, MARCtt 50. 1939 



0'»<crlM . (I tin 

tu^t ■ - una 

rrart - - I w>II 



SJrt (H lURKHAM « 

BiMiU* Foodb Mr - ****** 



i 



FLAfiS 

F. JEUNE & BRO., LTD. 



TMUIIIT, I mOCK— CONSEIMTIJj CLVB lOOMS 

CAMPBELL ILOCK 

Dr. Alfred G. Hall 

I v*rU tpvr, wiiritOurc 

Subject "WAKE UP MENTALLY AND LIVE 
AtM Frid«y (nd ^Ourd^y txningi <n4 Fnaay <n4 Saturday AHcraMiil^ 



TnMf 



Motb^well Beats 
Aberdeen to Gaini 
filial iijL^cotland 

Qualifies for Scottlth Cup Final hy Scoring S-l 
Vief ly Ovr Weake ned Club at Ilirox Park • 
■ "All Cniil- Nrtird in Serond Half— 

CoM Weathar Prffvaito 



C//y and District 



GLASGOW. March 29 (CP) — 
Motherwejl qualified today to meet 
Cl'.de 111 the Sv .ttish Football Cup 
frtiHl. deltaiinK a weakened Aber- 
deen xe»m. 3-1, in a r(Tli«\''f< •'^""^1- 
flnal ec^teet »( Ibrox Park, 
Saturday the team* battled to a l-l 
tie on the aame (fTOuml 

HeldiooreJeae iii'« f«aiurel«i* Xu-:.t 
half; MotherweU took command 



and Nicholton figured- T^t Aber- 
deen defendert ttxaLOt Mvtd bf eOBt 
cedlnf » co mer . — 

. O PBNi. ICOBINO 
given 



Fw Fin AitoMkHt hwrm^ Iwlitt 
- and Real Eitite CmmII 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

Suit* 7. Metropolitan Building. Opposite PottOtflCt 

PHONi: E MPIKE 7722 



Mot hina^tt wta given a ahook 
when 8coU optMii aoo^ tor the 
DoM with a great ahet from ftf tetn 

iiiirt.- (>!>'.; tliree mtnutei. afK'r the 
re6U«ptlun, But the raUy wa^ tliurt- 
- . i _ lived -iiiji, the Ftr Parliera aettled 
aftn th" intifrval. acOTiijiT l&ouiff "dbw» t e gtipe i" workmanlike exhlbi- 
A. MaUui; J M<iCulloeh and ^Hj tlon Mathile forced the ball into 
Br< inner G. Scott rammed home the n« t for the e<|iiiih/i r M(Ciil- 



Three Days Left 

Used Car Sale 

NAIIONM MOTOK 
{.tig Lu\. 



NANAIMO WELLINGTON 

AND 
ALBERTA COALS 

J. L PAINTER k SONS 

en coBMo«A»iT IT. raoNiraiMi 



LINOLEUMS 



Heavy Pri«tt4 LinelcaM. te vard Sar 
laleidi, teu"( Pl.lO. 
fl.lt. 91 ^9. f 1 "VO. 



»1 .79 



CMMPIOI'l. LTB. 

717 FO«T ST I 2422 



BATTLES RAUE IN 
-^THEAST CHINA 



Continued (rum Vitgt 1 
cassions preliminary- to a Joint c wb- 
•lon or t>io6e regimei whicli nonilh- 
aMy rule Central and -North China 

Conirlding with tiie NtnkiriR Rr 
f >i iiic<l Oovernmcnl s ob.^enanr/' o' 
first annlver.sary._ po.sf«TH appe.urd 
on the walla of some Natlking build- 
inra denouncing "BrltiRh Imperlal- 

m •• ' 

Ajiti-Ficnch and antl-So\i<-i iw.st - 
ens prevloualy had appealed in 
Nanking. 

[ The Nanklnjf anniversary celebra- 
tion.'* UK lurted ron'itiuou- duvlight 
;>iradea in wlucii several tliotu^and 
< iilneae partk^pAted. 

Meanwhile, the mil y or of the Jap- 
ir.o.se-.sixinwred Shanghai Munici- 
pal ( io\ernni<'i;! notitii'd tlic coiii.f :i 
1)1 tile InteiiiHtional Settlenienl lit rr 
!hat It would refasf to recORnlze the 
validity of Chinese courts within 
the settlement, beginning Salurda.s 



tlie Don's ooly goal. - 

Thirty fJiouaand specUtora aaw 

th'- I)<>n.-'rake the fi'ld without 
Paiillo. nntre-forwnrd. and Blgga. 
mi.idf-lefl. 6oth ueie injured in 
Sat ur<;.i.\ V encountrti Armstrong re- 
p.laciiiK I'atillo T 
for-thc inside forward 



locii scored Ihiee numitca irom Uit 
end andT-goiat •^■y f'"'" "t'ck- 
off Bi^mner netted^ » third with 



Tlic niat^h 

wa.s played in_rold \vratli«r foHoWf 
inK & raiiV'tcrm 

There were few incidenU to ejc* 
rite the crowd in the first half, but 
<,n oi.c (.(ra. ion the Motherwell at- 
;acir"WSjrTIJlTili'ky liot to 
mix-up in which Johnstnne Cnwie 



only one minute left to pity. 

The t(aii:.- 

MollK'i *«U~Uoal. Murray, backs, 
• In I Wirt e a ,- Ellis; halfback.- McKenzle. 
BlAir, Telfer; forwvds. OgUvle. 
Bremner, Mathie. Stevehson. Mc- 
culloch. 

» Aberdeen— Ooal. JOtuvtone. bacto. 
Cowltf. Adey: halfbacks, Dunlop, 
NichoUon. Thomson: forward f, 
4IamUton. Annatrong 



TolBle A«fa»» warn rttenilrt-tf the 

Saiuiich nre Department •( U 

o'clock yesterday morning. 

Uavca for MalnUnd— Hoc. F. M 

boait for Vancouver y e ^r day for 
• brief vlalt on departmental alfiHr». 

Humming Bird — B. J. Stephens, of 
Dufferln ATentie, reported a visit 
ixQBi V haimmteg- btnl yert wday 

nowrinj yitfrmnt bqa h. 

Flaad—- In the ProvincuU 

a 

til and 

$2AQ c'x-tj> on a charge of driving 
1q a manner dangerous to the public. 

Plumbing Board— The City Couii- 
cU yeaterdajr aiipolatMl J. H a mm ond 

to fill a vacancy on the plumbing 
board of examlnerb, representing 
joumeyMM {dumber^. 

New Truck— The purchasing agent 
waa instructed by the City Council 
yesterday to call for tenders for a 

new u u( k. urgently required, by ttie 
relief department. 



C«u l«itder»— At the request of 
the police eommlaaion. the City 
OounoU y«Mwd%r npolyad to cau 
far tenders for a „b«w autamoblle 

and a m w mc>torc>('le and sidecar 
for the police department. Tenders 
for the painting of the Yates Street 
nre UaU ware opanad. and xafacrad 
M-the-^ wardawa. On tha Jwedoa-' 
menriatlon of the finance committee, 
the lender of the J. Parker Buckle 
Printing Company for printing 
UMttO TBI nffflrss wsi atatyiad- Thr 
price wai lUSJt. thfti bMBg the 
lowest price quelad. 





Soott, Strauss. 




Registers 1-0 Football Vic- 
■ tory — Ross Scores 
Lone Marker 



Announcements 



SiX'iicor.s 

Nav , 

Hucl^</;i . Miiv 
Victoria CUV 

Ve t,i t\'> 

Niiw 1 ' H ' 



HOW THEY KTAM) 

W. L. IJ F A P 

...8 2 0 IH 11 li; 

.,.4 i 2 21 7 10 

...3 3 2 16 12 g 

. 0 7 2 8 33 2 



SAWDUST 

■an aa twe* - •4.a» 

(•■rk*a> 

•.1.50 i"»')Nr r. 2fl47 

GKO H.APKNTTT 



To a wnaithre mind there in 

),;irdy any dlsfigtirement more 
liumlltatlnR than superfluous hair; 
more c-oncTucive to tha* tt iriljlf feel- 
ing of infer lor ity. Tliis i.s not tsur- 
tMislng, because every woinan knowfi 
that one of her chief chArms is a 
iear. healthv nkln free from this 
ii.ost di.stui t^iiHK of all bl< iiu>hes. 
Happily, it may be safely, ab'.v>luleiy 
and permanently removed, and the 
copt of treatment in made po.sMble 
for all. Call for booklet Mi.s.s 
Hanman. Tel G 7642. 503 Scollard 
BuUdlnf, Victoria. 



ore ■ 



0 



L 

iMjpiie 

Aged Manitoba Father Hunts 
For Offspring Unseen 
For Many Yea£t 



VANCOUVER, Marth 2« 0> 
.seventy-five-year-old Manitoba man. 
wlt&' a plcturt of a seriout. faced j 
lltUe ghi of three gg his oiUy due, 
spread an appeal han today for 
informuikm n^Rardlng the where- 
abouts of the daughter he has not 
sBfn lartblrt^four yaarg. 

Mike Scribner. of Bandy Lake, i 
Man , the daughter wa.s adopted! 
when .Mie waa a baby bec«»u>e her 
family was unable to support her 
Itia Baaia of Wt f atHtly that adpoted 
her wsfl never known , bttt it was b e- 
lieVed tliey lived ai~ IViWaDerMkn. 

Last July the postma-ster at New- 
dale rec-eived a tetter from a young 
married woman a. king Information 



I WANT THE 
RECORD THAT 
GOES LIKE THIS.' 




Water Bfvvlea — On the recom- 
mendation of the Ross Bay Oem** 

tery committee, the City Council 
yester.day instructed the water com- 
mlsaloaiar to Install a na« m-inch 
water service in the cemetery at an 
estima ted co st^ of 160, as provided 
for in the 193t estimates. 



Nru Dwellings - TVo permits for 
the election of new d«'clllngs were | 
Uaued at the City Han* yesterdax 
One waa.for aU-zoamad hOMse at 

M3 Northcott Avenue to ^oet 1NW>. 
iiui tlx; other for a flve-rcxjnwd 
house at 1278 Basil Street, to cobi 
81,800. A HAM parinit also was 

issued for alterations to the Scol- 
lard BuUduig, uicluding ctianges in 
the main entrance and the erection 

of new metal-«lad doorfi- J. Q*""* | about the pa renu ol a baby adopted 
ham Johnson Is the. arehtteet for | thin thlny'^our yaars ago. The 

postma.'^t^r, however, knew nothing 
of the adoption and after uiyuines 
failed to reveal the de.vlred Informa- 
tion, he tore tha Idtter up. 

Serlbner leamad af tha laUw. but 
the pastma.ster could not ramamber 
j th£ fo^my^l. The family ara now 
! tryinie to loeata thalr loiif-lost 
daughter thrmigh friends here be- 
lieving siie IS living somewhere in 
British OoliBnbia. 



Wanderers Default 
To the Oa rBtnen in 



Istmd Rugby Finid 



MANAGER Bo b M e I nne.V 
Victoria J.B.A.A. ruggers 
were ye^: i rdav nmneil winners 
of the Cowichan Tropliy, sym— ^ 
boUc of Vancouver Island 
Fiut-'by su|)reiiiaey. without 
even taking th^ held. Oak Bay 
Wanderers, scheduled to op- 
po-vc the Oar.smen In the final, 
were unable to field a team, 
and the honors went to the 
Days via the default routa. 
fiiilier in the scries the Oak 
Hay lads won from tlie United 
Scrvicefi by default. It is the 
first time in many seasons 
that a championship cup has 
goii^' to a club without a Kaii^ 
behig played, and Ls ceruinly 
far from a s;i'.. ' i-i. y finish 
to a ROtxi local .-lea.-mi 



thiA woik, aiul thf contract has been 
awarded to Lmu y Uroihers. 

BELLS 10 BE 



WHAT'S NEW? 

Hatr Thati 

VICTOR 





Periv 



Appeitit Representative — Alder«i< 
man Edward Williams was ap- 
pointed by the City Council yester- 
day a.s one of the city's representa- 
tives on the Board of Cemetery 
Trustees of G reater Vlctor ia^-ailing 
the vacancy caused by I Re dea lK of 
James Adam. 

Krqorst Vi»g — A re«i»»e(-> et>»HrtH)e«it 
in a letter received from the iM-wly- 
formed Santa Cruz County Post. No. 
126. Canadian Legion, that the city 
.sliouid [irosent a Canadian flag to 
the post, was releried to the cele- 
bratlioilSr*'cbmmlttee by the City 
Council j^terday. 

.Lights Damaged — Reference to 
extensive damage to street lighLs 
eau.sed by boys with airnun.s and 
Stones was made by W. B. McMlck- 
hig. city electrician. In a letter to 
tiie rii\ Council yesterday. He wa* 
in.siructed to place the matter in 
the handa of the police. 



Oxford ami Cambridge Cox- 
swains to Use New De- 
-^es on Saturday 

PUTNEY-ON-THAMIM. England. 
March 39 Cn.^=TBa annual r o w i n g 

«nd Caiul n i d i e ma y de v elop inio a 
battle of bells. As some oar.^nen 
may aet-ba thW ta hear the cox- 
."TR-ain's Jnstructloas over the roais 
of the crowds along the Thames 
electric bells have been Installed 
in both .shells 

Hart Mas&ey, ion of Vincent 
iaa8.sey. Canadian High Commts- 
sloiier In the United Kingdom, cox 
of the Oxford boat, will work his 
iivstruraent with his foot, wln'.e tiie 
Cambridge cox will operate his by 
hand. ~ 

F'or Uie "hr-.t liiiie since their 
Tliame.s trainiiid; IjcKan, bolli crews 
'had really fine condition.- for today's 
workouts. The Light Blues paddled 



Elks Will Hold 
Annual fiawiquctj 
Dance Tonight 



PENNY SERENADI— ^MMy Ksye. 
HEAVEN CAN WAIT— TooHay Bene*. 
THERE'S A HOLE IN THE OLb^AMM^ 

BUCKET— TeMMy Deney. 
THE PARADE Of BANDS— Pr 

*nd Bcu 
TREES Pjul Robnon 

PICK A RIB Btnny Goodmjn, 
HONOLULU— Tommy D ofMy. 
I WANT MY SHARE 
Clinton. 

NAME IT ANB ff-l».VOUt$T-Saoiaiv^ 

Kiyt. 

FIDDLE DIDDLE- Larry Cliiite«. 

ITS ALL SO NEW TO ME-H*I Ktmp. 

FLETCHER BROS. 

^^=:^^i3acnaiA) vrp. 

UJ&JMm Street 



J 



The 



annji^ dinner 
la cm wui b« 



■nddanoe of 



in the clubrooms. EntertAlnment 
u'il) be furnished during the dinner. 
The entertainers will Include Miss 
Sheila Conway. Mrs. Ridgway. 
MesM-b, Holmes and Henderson 



be MUl unithi. I ivKMiA UMi MHeerUAAi km 

Milton, dancer An oiche.'^lra will 
piay dnring the dH)i>fr CHM-«»1- 
town guests will include Grand 
Lodge officers. All members and 



their families will be welcomed. 



yi 

M. 



Huii.-on.s Bay, 1-0, 

. .li Athletic Park, 

• ! . N;! \ I (Mil ha he IS 



the injured player on the Hudion's 

Bav line-up 



up the river only ten lengths Ijehlnd 
Music Tent Entries Trinity j the Qxonian.s Canihridge flashed 
College of Music «Londou> taway on a .haid four-minute pull 
entries for the June examinations, > but did not look particularly Impres- 



practiral and theoretical in all 
branches ol niu.sic and clcKuiioii 
must be in the liands of the local 
secretary on or before April 7. Syl- 
labus and entry fohns may be ob- 
tained from the IcK Hl .s<'( retary. Mr.s. 



movtcl u> wniiiu two pouiUs of the Ljiuj^^..^ of play but could not add 
IraKue-leadinK S|k i«. i» w&m, ui to their one-goal total. Hall, husky 

the ra-e iPL.tlie I'eiulray Cup. at|f„iibaek shifted to the pivot posi- 
pi«knt held by the Uays. The|,i„„ ,„ front rank, had a "mll- 
defcKt ei,fi< d tiie (h.uiipion.sh.i; i,oi," ciiances,- only to fail badly all 
aspirations of the Hud.son s IJay | ,,n,., ikkmi 

Hud on s Ba\ inaUe a i;o<)d chance 



eleven, and lelt the mutter of decui- 

inu' ihe Kl'lB- :ft winners of the 



INtOK\t.Mt.M CHOKE 

I OS ANOELB8. .March 29 <At - 
M t hertiood may delay opening of 
I r« Angeles new uMOB elatlan. set 

for April 15 
The' air conditioning syMeni 
*ofk. .because .a grey alley 
cat cnuhe A recess in_the air chan- 
neU as a home for her Utter 

kitten.*. jp nj. Admission .V>- revrved 'T.Sc 

TtckeU on sale at P L Cieorgv 
Fletcher Bros.. Willis PUno ahiT 



enou;;h of Uie territorial play to 
Like tlie fixture by a handsome 



.Siuloi.s ('.oniuiued to liave the ' w A Jameson. 1001 Koul Hay Road 
ujiix-r hand 111 the final lorty-flVr 

I wo l-ined-A.s a result Of a M'- 
rious abcldMit on Fairfield iioad. a 
motorLst was fined $50 In the city 
ixillce court yesterday on a charge 
of driviiiK In a. manner danuerou.s to 
Uie public. Another motorist in- 
volved In an accident at Fairfield 
Road and Vancouver Street pleaded 
guilt v to a charge of dangerous 
dir.ir.;: and was fined 836 by Magis- 
trate Henry C Hall 



when they put Jun Oakin.in on tlie 
.Mlverv^aie vMlh Spdud.s aiKl Navy , ^j^j^ ^ ^^^^^ 

The E.sciuuii ilt bluejackets hau ^ dangerous ru.shes A few long drives 

by Bay forwards just pa.s.sed In 



A rei Ital of pianoforte niusie by 
MkS^t Luis ilamblf tt, spciiLsured , by. 
the A V.PA;r In aid of the irrw<"ry 
fund. Memorial Hall. VanroTuer 
Tuesday. Api;ii 11 »t « :iO 



MIST€R/fR€£ZON€| 
RtLIEVtS WUN fAST 
REMOVES CORN- 

ORQQOBIK Y0(^^ 



Nixon -Electric 



front of the goal in thi.s .stanza At 
niJUi;in but erraT' slu^otitr and a t),, ,,Mki end of (lie field Wyatt .md 
st\U ol p. ay that wa.se\<ii tin. la.-L , c) Connell. Bays fullbacks, were quite 
foi tiieir. own benefit, re.sult«il ill Mie 1 .strady. while Renfrew in goal was 
Nhvv M oriiii; only one Koal. Alex j unbeatable during the final half . 
Rnv .'Hccl'. lorwurd. l)aK8ed H»e-| jo«. Obee refereed/and the teams 
lone in.irkei live rtiiniiie.s alt^'r tlwiwerr 

start of the nuUxh. wlieii Iv tired', Piavy Mundie, McDonald. Bnggs. 
a. kn>' -h.«h -hot to the corner of 1 sands Robinson. Walker. ,Oeddes, 
t4)c ' .uuaL.— li-w a s nf thf ' gift" | rfn , sh H ai ji^MinTajf Jtay. an d . Ala ar - 
vni lei '. and one of the easiest ] cromble. I 



si\r The only rowinK attempted 
by Oxford was a half-nunute burst 
at the mile post. 

FOOTBALL FINAL 

Young Liberals, winners of Uic 
Intermediate Fviotball LeaKue title 
for the past two years, will meet 
Camerons. Saturday afternoon, in 
the final of the Dr Lewis Hal) 
Trophy aeries, at Lower Beacon Hill 
Park, with Dave McMillan as 
referee Tl " Kame wlll eemmence 
at 2:45 o'clock. 



ALL-EXPEISE TOIIt IN Ml FUKISCO 



$6.00 



UP 



— Re t u r n T r m aportation — Includini; Taxia 

9£0«wU VICTORIA 
Mal^ Reeervattoaw ait Oreyhattad Lteee 

GRAY LINE TRAVEL BUREAU 

,Cray Line Depot 



756 Yates St. 

\ 



Phone E 3833 



BEES and QUEENS 

l^e are taking orders for package Race and <|aeenV Orier ne^ 

and you will lavp monev 

LAWN GRASS AND FERTILIZERS 



Uraes Seeds. rertiUaen. Sprays, Seed ratataes, Garden Tools, 

SCOTT & PEDEN LTD. 

Phone Ci 7181 Cor. Store and Cormor^ni 

CALL ANS MB tfVB GBOCMBY DIPT. 



niH I k' 




Stainer's Cantata. ' i~)a;ii:ii*( 1 
lairiis, " will be presented at C' !. 
ennial 1,'nltiri Church lomorr-.c 
night I Man tli U . , at H l 




AksUHiir a 
Conway anr 



tc.s are M. 
the Imixrial 



Malf 



Quartette cbllectton for chnir fund 

Birthday Celebration, Antl-Vlvi- 
, section Society. -Y.WC. A . TlTut.s- 
|day. 3 to 6. Speaker. ■ Harry Wocxi. 

r'.ociitinnist, Mr^ Rosrboom: \<i. n',- 
ist. Kathleen Lavcll. Public iiuii-.c! 
' Tea served. CoUecUon. 



the Cale/Ionla 

di\ 

t^^een ('>i ;il;' 
I back Tom 
ible for the 
Bays out of 

)h-.- 
s. 



leliiij pah !■« ft— 
lOUBLE YOUt MONEY BACK 

I>ei)end on FKKFT^ONK to carrv you 
through life on hap|.% feet. Ju*t put 
FREEZONB on admiK corn-and- 
tt pain is not relievf-d-retum br.itle 

KboiMht tO_m..kers. acl<liess ..n 
rt, and we'll send you double what 
-yoo-Tniid.- MlWtws of folks have 



1(1 1^1 en (I at 
A' ( iiue I iiclosuri 
.\ itii'itader.stBndlni; bet 
Aij R' i"i»ievv iHu,l Fn 
n ("'iinvll wa'. n 

I hat nut t lK 

I UI.lllllK lor M:e 'till 

ROMS M( (lltf 

N . 

thr I-. ;• tjUf I ! ' ' 1 

\ver< V .'t" nf -the mark 'Their for- 
rvarcLs hii'rt Iheir 1;<m>IT, fin Ihe -Aroi,,.' 
fef Mnd passfrt mi mflnv ixeeKci,; 
•coring opportunl'ie After Alex 
RoFs put the fiai:..r» In front 1-0. 
'B'Mce R'Hjil'.sfi!. N;iV". ri!;':i li.df, 
- ' — ■ hdled !o h( ore lioin a tM.naUy ,k;uen 

Ben Row Imi. Quallcum Bcath. hi' i iisi l..on. 1 ."^-peller for hands Tlie ^ 
opens for the M .T son April 1 ^Special [ 1 11,1 int^nv flia«. r-ink tierfoini-r . 
rates befrirr Jii!>e. i n" ked the cro«s bar with a u rrlflc 

'drive fioin Ihe . pH hut 1> I. : r I 

special . Hate, evening flrcs-s- ^..^upr 
making, remodeling cln.w*. Academy ^ jf,,,^.^,,,'.' nnr d' f,., cleared 



Hud.sonsMHS Henirrw OConnell, 
Wyatt, Williamso n, - Bt ote r, D Fish 
■Stokes. J Okell. Presjion.. Pogden. O 
Fish and Oakman. 




To Cover Royal Visit— Robert B. 
Bermarui. of the edUorial depart- 
ment of Thf .Seattle Post-Intelll- 
gencer, was in the cit\ yesterday 
conferring with governmental, civic 
and Chamber of^ Conuneroe . and 
Publicity Bureau officials evef the 

Ruyal \isii Mi nermann l.s makiiiK 
arrangements to cover th^ afTair for 
his pape?7~and bring a staff 

photog 

raphers, on May 3 



Of Useful ArtS.-Wa Port O 2014 



proved that FREEZONE is one of the 
eauiiCM. monriucceseful ways to re- 
lieve pain and remove coma. A sale. 

harmless liouid. Get a bottle of 
FKI l /ONE from any _ 
It Keniember the way It relieves palB 
and remove* corns win deliui you- 

01 ItoriU K VDL K MO.NEY BACK. 



Sunset Inn opens for the s< ason ;^e. k. , rtm. 
on April 6,. Special rates until June. jr:ii<i^ in Nav 
Phone Parksviiie Ml -.| " 




Hm Shatpiilgaa 



B«sch Hotel vclll 

on April .S 

Pauley Cleaners and * Ojeta . We 

call and deliver G TilK ~ 



1,10; 

ullli. ' - : . I 

I aid, .^i)e;ier 
■ • - - CM 1 I \ i.sed 



M.i»i Si . !or many 
\ \ \> : nev made a few | 
• i< n i'.m;'. as the Inlttel 
'; 1' . I - ucre never | 
I II! ;he h.ilf 
1 ■.',.1,. .njinecl wlii'ii lie 
!:v blot ked a hard drive , 
i lubmate, Olven first | 
was revived before the' 
(iordon Fliih replaterl \riji 



Standitigs this *eek*. uair.es «nd 

reAults of last weeks piay \\\ the 

Interservice Billiard League follow: 

THE "^TWniNGS ~~ 

"A ■ Section 

p. W, L 
23 17 5 

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•pro Patrla 

ArrAV ah<l NAvV - 



Pt 
17 



FOR SALE 

De Cosmos Block 

Pa r cei"A"o fkots533 and 534, Victaria-City,<:ofi«^ 
prising Approximately 148 Feet on Government 
Street, Stores Nos. 1414-1432 

; ' For Full- Particu lar s App ly to 

City Lands Commissioner 

March 30, 1939 614 Cormorant Strwt, Victoria, B.C. 



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~ "R" Seetlen 

P 

Hrltahni:» 21 

\rtm .tiid Navy .... 24 
Pro Patria . 

"V scrttmr 

P._ 

3.1 
- 33 



W 
14 

13 



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Pt 
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13, 
7 



Hnnrise Sers-lee-j-The mBs.s choir 
for the EH.ster .uniii.M -eruie prac- 
ticed lastJ Tuesday evening in the 
First Baptist Churcli under the 
riiredion of C C. Warden. Another 
practice for one-l^alf hour will be 
held in .the sahie church next 
.TiicMlay at 7;30 pnv Singers of 
all the churches are most cordially 
Invited to to attend fiuiiK your 
mu.si<- for Jiit_lJialIelujah Chorus." 
The Easter service will be con- 
ducted on Mt. Totmle on ApAl • at 
7 a m ram or Shlpe. 

Dtaeons West Road— Preservation 

of scenery and road stufaccs on the 
^a|i»<Goaau Highway as far as now 
buUt-was dlsctiiaed with. Hon P: M. 
I MacPherson thi.s week' by a delega- 
tMin of th^ Victoria Chamber of 
Comm<ftTe. i ie r.' ^ K atlon. c oiii- 
posed of C. H. hrrench, W. T. Straith, 
.M.PP.r Duncan MacBride, Lealle P. 
Osborne Erne,«t H Harris 
Waring and William Clarke. U to 
r enew the ca.se with HorT" X*^W 
Gray when the MlnLster of 
returns. It wm said. 



To Paris go! 



18 
.16 
10 



L. 
1 1 

15 18 
33 10 



.Hid-Na\ V 
I 'to Patrla 
L Naval Veterans... 
IBriUnnla 33 

, THIS WtEK'S GAMES 

Thi,s,.week'.s t*:' ' ' 'How: 

J%ec Hon ,"~Tr" - 
Aimy and Navy \k Pro^atrlau ' 
-B" Sectiea 

Pro Patrla \ nti'.ir.nla 

"( " Se<tiun 
Pro Patrla v.« Armv and Njivy 
Brilann..! ■ v.i- \ -prvM. 
THE Kl Nl |.T«^ 



^ey Tha North Baani. 

ich Mr.inrh Canadian Letiion, is 
cOverinB the territory in the Saanif h 
PenlnSIila. for all ex-srrviremen and 
women who desire to register for 
seiwice In the event ofS national 
» tT>»'rB'encv RenUtraJ ion niav he 
made with nu\ nf the follow mj; 
Prank Carls' ixi • riiaster. Royal Osk 
[Pnstofflcef Maurice Atkins. Brentr 
wood Mercantile, Brentwood Bay; 
Capt, Nat Gray. po<; t master. 8aan- 
ichton: H L Rlckett.s. Kant Road. 
."Sidney : J Tindeil and T C .'.lin 
1 Sidn ey, an /1 E. I. Jones, Patricia i 
Bay tervRe Station 



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,; rood iM 

W Cro«tM» ^. too 



Toyil 11 T.ilKl 

• B" He^ilon|^ 



DoMH* ... 



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lots! 



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Seettpai 

AraiT ?(**t 1>r* r sir is 

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CIGAREnES 





What better traveliAglHwa than tow Frmeh eicbange— as it ia thia year? 
Perhapa that> 4Me of the many reasone why bpokiafa to France ara 
larger than in t^o ye«» . . . And, h«Ten*t youMriMd eacape from theea 

>r»rk-anil-Horrs tinien? • 

Meed the elear. fair lall If. I ranee tin* \r»T. And "aw.r ils niorious 
flavor I rrn< li rin-ine. Iiospitalil v. and diarm from the iiioment »ou 
I f.M.t on xojir favorite hrench l.ine boal. Relish every moment of tlM 
a, **cll as ever> delightful day of yoor stay. 

TCo FcMKh line . ^ . Co bKtbel^ and ({ay \a 
thik earth'a brig ht ai t dai t iRa liw i, — — , ^ 



-? 



tllR NOW 



Yprk lo. (".ogland anri 
and IfcM to all Enmpo: 

t)«f;«*n«i> April IH \\y i>» 
FRAfica: April JO, May IS.Jum 
*• PAais: Aprti 79 ■ Noea*'«- 

Mfir ,t. M'lY /:. Mar 1/ 
( n«MPr*i> \f'i^ 2'., Inn* n 

AUo DlKhCT ShH\ KAMrnm 
Vaaeaavsr. Soottle, Portland, 
an Fr«n(i«'-n, ^n^'le• lo 

Kurope »ls (>nlr»l Amerirs — 
PanooM. Cob«o mmi third-cU— 
•hifM Milinr eeery two waeks 
an<l oftener. 

e Let yoor travel agent eminaci 
yOTU Bels UKp trwmr t A. H*-i»»w 
e yowr iotaraaf. . 



Tllli DAll.Y COroxiST. VICTORIA. B.C.. THUKSDAV, MARCH 30. \9Sr 




'Their Excellencies 
Are Given Welcome 
At F a ir brid ge^ Farm 

Go\<-riiorMH-ii« ral ami l-aHy I Hct'd.Hmuir Gr« t'U'<I 

(iliihirrn of Srliool — lii^|M'(*t Various 
Activilit and \rv (»ueM|H at T<ui . • 



Receives at Women's I nstituteTea atGorge 



THEIR ExAcUencies the Governor-General and Lady 
Tweedsmuir spent yesterday afternoon with the children 
Df the Queen Alexandra' Solarium and the Fairbridge 
Farm School. They left Government Hmusc shortly after 
luncheon and drove Up-Ibland. stopping first at the SolarhH;i 
at Mill Bay and then on to Fairbridge Farm School. 

science- dipartrflieiit wns liicii In- 
spected, and liftre the jiris served an 
excellpnt U'a to the vUitfiTS. After 
'.(•a. thp party walked to the cottag<?£ 
iiid tlif farm. His Excellency and 
LHdy 'I'wi'td.Miuiir bi-iun .vprcially 
itnpro&bed will) the beauUful view 
from the highVland above the farm 



.Acbonipanying llielr Excrllcnclcs 
were tin. Ueorse Pape. lady»ln- 
-Wartlng; Cotond WlUte COonnor, 
.v. iiiur ADC, and Ueut R. floott, 

R.N., A U C. 



Thetr I SKfl e lt e ne tfB were reciWeit 

f,"' '1,1 .' .'ilri-r:;n by Dr. jf: D. IlUlltfer, 



dlrecton; Dr. Glonn .Simpson, medlr 
cal supertntcndent: M.it£ Dorothy 
Andrew, ipalron, and the foUowing 
iijfinkHrs of the dlrcri orate: F. E. 
Winslow, C. H I-^f-ncti. iMr.';. Curll.s 
Kamption, Mrs. WiUiam iNflcn 
Lieut -Col. Hugh Allan. Mr;>. J. O 
Mugford. J. W. Hudson, Charl«M 
Wjimim.s, O. V .Srollard and Bidlss 
K.- A. Ruiwsell. the .-^creUry. 
^ After visiting the wards" and chat- 
_itng_«ith the children on the bal- 
cony, Hla Excellency presented the 
Olrl Guide Bad«»' «f For'iiudr lo 
! Hfteen-ye»r -old Isabel Blatchford. 



'ftullflln?':. 

Btlorc Icavmg lor Victoria, the 
distinguished gue.sts we^e given an 
enthusiastic send-off, Lady Tweeds- 
muir and Mrs. Pape both recelvli),^ 
bouquets of wild flower.-, which had 
tieen gathered by the children. 




Women of ihr .Moose 

Ml.,. M Call IT welcomed .Mr.^ N 
Mucklp, district, deputy nt tiie 
Daughters of St. Gcofifo. who 
ttlderty. B.C.. in reeoflHWeh erite^' opened the Easter bamar-^held by 

rouia.'f 111 o bi iivrlv facing a loui? ; (h^. Victoria Chapt/r No 2.'). Women i 
HWi- I.«t4y l^wt 'tUumit 

H l of -.w bi<i:f|Ut t hcloic t hr 



j Lady Tweedsmuir is seen receivinji Mrs. J. D. Gordon, pait provincial president ol tha Weinaa'a Institutes. 

i at the handicraft tea which was arranged in her honor in the Old Craigflower School on Tuesday. Mrs. 

J. L White, president of the South Vancouver Island District Board of Women'i Institutes, is standing 
next to Her Excellency, and fating the c.in.er.j arc I-uly I wecdsmuir s ladv-in-waiting. Mrs. Geo^-g^ Pape. 
and aide-de-camp, CoioncI Wilhs O'Connor Some ot the very tine exhibits by institute mcmbtrt, which 
— were admired by Her Excellency, are sccirhangmg on the walU. 



lof -.w tiii\t(\uf\ Dci'iic Mil- vice- 
regal pnily Irll for Dmuaii. 

AT FAIRBRIDGE FARM 



the- Moo we m Hv- K ©f P. H«H : f *^'*;^r^'*^ 
on Menday. She was presented with 
a corsage bouquet of camatlona ano 
rosebuds, the senior regent -also re- 



The piu I V arrived at Fairbridge at I wiving a bouqiiH in the chapter 



3;30 p'in. and were met by Colonel 
H. T. LoRan. the principal, and Mr.s. 
Logan iiiul by Mr P B Fowler, vie*- 
chalrman of the British Columbia 
committee, and Mrs I' B Scurrah 
chairman of the Women's Auxiliary. 1 
Among oUipr.s who had received In- ! the wheel of chance. The game of 
vitatloiiis w«'ri' the mfmbers of the iiRhtini; the eandle.s wa.s in charge 
British Columbia committee ai.'i of Mi>: M Crablrep 
their wives, ahd the members of the 'va.s ,serv«(i by 



colors. Tlie home cooktngnitall Wa. 
convened by Mrs. M. Morry and K 
Herring; the sewing stall by Mrs. J 
Beadle^ superfluity ^tall by Mrs. E. 
Burke, hou.sie-liou.sle. Mrs. E. Jane 
and J. Reed; and Mns. A. Spaven. 



Woiiien s Auxiliary and their hus- 

baiifl; 

idilowliiK were: pre.senl M--. 
and Mrt,. V. B. Fowler, Mr. and 
R. M. Palmer, Mrs. J. W. Beiining 

Mr*:. I' V. Wiivlow. Mr. and Mr.^. 
Pillv Mr and .Mrs. P B. Scurrah, 
,Mi.s I, A CW-nwe and Mr. and Mr^ 
llu^'h Savage (Duncan). 

TJie Govn«nor-Oei;cral and Lady 
Tu eefl; iiiiiir tir.M vLsited llie niaiiua'l 

training slin|x-.. where Ihey -'av. III" 

Ixtys at work then went to the rla .- - 
-rooms of ttw nchool. which proved 
of ..special Interest; The dome4|lc 



Afternoon tea 
ua.s ,serv<(i by Mo.sdamc.s A Hud I 
Uueipa and M. RoberUsou. witli Mih 
McAllister as cashier. The after- 
noon a<'tivilios were brought to a 
j clasp witli .supper, in charKc of Mrs. 

K Herring. A .short nieeting fol- 
1. lowed. Thanks were extended to 
' Mrs. H. Parker fof her home for the 
i:ir ; lio'.vr-r held recrntl'. Mr.s 
J Heed re)K)rted on the trau.ipoHa- 
tlon to Nanaimo and the chapter 
will vi It the Nanaimo chapter on 
niiii.Miiiy. April 27 Tlie meeting 
t.'ini adjourned uiilil Monday, April 
, 10. A five hundred card part^ was 
held In the wnall hAlt convened by 



Mrji. M- Carter, the winners U 1112 i 
Mr». Allan. Mr> Mu. kle .Mr;,. Kaiu t',' 
Mrs. Robertson, Mr.s. Harper anil 
Mr. Cannon. In the-large- hall a, 

in omgrftM ^ ^ 

Ciuelpa' the generaT convener,' 
thanked all who helped and co- 1 



and 

with th<» 
.shower. 



KlU 




be purchased < 
of thf H u e" 



operated In making the fimction a 
suooeis. 



1 



At tlie Hotels 



Mrs. Black 
On Air Tr ip 



BEAUTY ANO UTILITY IN OUR NEW EASTER COATS AND 
TAILORED SUITS FOR LADIES 



GORDON ELLIS, LTD. 



1107 GOV'T 
STREET 




HAIK STYLING TO GKAcl: THE NEW 
SPRING MILLINERY TREND , . . 

I'll; TMi N r riiiisf I Ml- 



Reimer's Beittty Salon 



714 VIEW 
STtllt 





Baby Supplies and Baby Foods 

W« ipecialitfl Mpecially in rhii butinns, fnd carry frtsh 



Baby Botlltt. 

rrnt by (t ly 



OWL DRUG CO., LTD. 




• •. • ... 

St. Pauls V.W.A. 

The monthly mecliiig of the j 
Young Women '.s Auxiliary of St. | 
Paul's Presbyterian Church was held 
in the lecture hall of the church on 
Tue.sday evening. The ineeiin« wasi 
opened with pn-aycr, followied by j 
Scripture reading by Mr;;. B. Mams. 
The subject. "The Crucified Chn.',t ' ' 
was taken by Muvs R. Rodger, and a I 
.sacred solo. "Peace. Peace. Wonder- I 
ful Peace." wa.s sung by MLs.s J. Mc- 
Ciowan Bu.sinc.vs wius di;.cu.s.sed .anj 
thi . .-'M'lai time was spent at 
the cIom; of the meeting. 

• • • 
St. Mark's W.A. 

St. 'Mark's W A held rs mmiihly 
.^lOclal meetmi; on Tue.^diy afier- 
noon. Tilt ..Ijo-stc^Acs lor the tea 
were Mrs. Bowyer. Mrs. Cox and 
Mr.s A Culleii Unanimous accord 
wa.s given to Jouiing the Junior 
Prayer League.' institiited in Eng- 
land, and hf'arty co-operation was 
[given toward:, a forward movement 
I in the church .social servko. for 
I which plans are being formulated. 

' Britannia H A 

I The W .^ to lii iMiuiia Branch No 
I 9. C'anad^aji Lri;ion held K.s regular 
card party on Tuesday in the club- 
rooms. Progressive' five hundred 
wa.s in charge of Mrs M McKin- 
non, and prizes were won by MiAS 
R. Barker, Mrs. W. Renfrew. Mr.s. 
B Ripley and :Mr. A Rutherford. 
A . i)((ii,il prize went to Mrs. W. Ren- 
frew RefK hmenbs were served by 
Mt I, Quaintance and her staff, 

Home l>eague 
Rev J Ma<''t'e Niven will glvr an 

addre.s.s ai the meetinK for wnir^ii m 
the Sa.1 vat ion Army Citac'el Rinad 
f<treet. at 2*l0 o'clock this atier- 
iijoon Mr."- M Wilkinson, the Home . 
League .secretary. wUl prcMde and' 
all women are invited. 

• • •' 
^oropdmM flub 

Tlie regular monthiy buhine.^-. 
meeting of the SoropttmLst Club will 
x> held 111 f he Coloni.st board room 
next Tuesday evening at 8 o clock. 



DUiMlNION ( 

N. C. Holman. W. P. Ironside. D i 

MoKinr.on M ThompBOn. Vanr-ou- 
ver; t; l'r.(Miiian. North Vaiuou- 
ver; M C uordoii. .Mr. and Mr;- 
J. S. Craig, Western Baaketbail 
Team, Vancouver; H. A. Potter, 
Hallair. BC : J. McNaughton. Sask- 
atoon; .Mi."-:- W J. .Mutpiiy. MLs.1 M. 
Hayman. Mi > O K Miller. T .Mc- 
Cullough, Seattle, C. B. .Stewart, 
J. C. Ranking. Vancouver; O. M. 
.Stuart, Caclbonj Bay. E D. Jewcil, 
Belluigham; H. H Brjwii. J. A. 
Brown, Vancouv.er; J. A. King. Na- 
naimo; A. E Couii;.ell. W. L, 
lish, Vancouver; H Webb, 
.WcAtmirusier. 



VANCOUVER, March 29 <CPi. t Ui^ 
George Black, member of Parlia- 
ment for the Yukon left for Ottawa 
tonight on a Trans-Canada alr «] 
after a twenty-foiu-hour visit tn 
Vancouver. 

She Is carrying a bouquet of^rtlll- 
ums from her i.wn i;a;(l"n here for 
Mt&s' LiObel Arin.st.rung, honorary 
precldent of the <?an|idUkn Women's 

Prr-.^ fl;ib. Ottawa, and will conwy 
gr etuiti.s from the Vanrouwr hruii..li 
ol the club lo tl,. mo branch, 

winch she Is lo a ■ P'ruiay. 

Mr.s. Black .sai(i . i.< "l her inoit 
vuid iinpre.s.sion.s im her recent 
flight here from Ottawa was the 
sight of great fields of golden daflo- 
Eng-^dil& in the Fraaer Valley. 
New 



PERSONALITY DEFINED 



"What iJi personality?" 

■■Personality i./whnt make a .suc- 
cess of a star who has no look^ 
and cant sing, dance or act." 

New Larger-Size 
Jabot Model 



AogbciD Ymiog People 



New ^shions Just Arrived for 





SMART NAVY COATS 



Lovely drcsiv coats with new ttylc details am 
fine quality imported fat>fici. S«« tkcm lodair! 



IMPORTED TWEED _Z 
COATS - - * - - - -19'» 

Tailertd in yMthfal styles . , , belted or swagftn. All 
dittinctivf twtttfi'in the popular new colors. 



CHIC TAILORED SUITS - 22 

A ipUndtd-unge of bcTitr quality i ii i f *. > e >t e »t ly lai f ered 
'ttyll* • • • Vuitt tkt tm^rttit for Eailw! 



SWAGGER SUITS 



Two and three piecr iu>f^ 
tWM^ and £nglish woolcni 
leiectiM tl ■«« %Ufk*r 



in I, n Irn f u I t^ .) v 

An oul&tjniiing 



HATS FOR tiJE EASTER PARADE 



New hjts for yo'ur Ejster ouffit! All Hit smartest 

f.ishiori ~."small pfrkif ihjpes , brims, ITigh 
crowm xr.d fnm sailors A lovely collection in all 




KAYSEK GLOVES 

A laigc selection of new styles. 
Very smart gloves in colort to 

aulck year Easter outfit. 



SMART BLOUSES 

Sheers and c^cs , , , all dainty 
blouses with smart necklines and 
Mvdfy fronti. AH popular colon. 



KID GLOVES 

novelty styles m pull on, 
or button fastening Fine 

quality. Newest colors. 



7,r- ^ 



LAD I 



WE A 



view STREEI 



IP riOM 001 



Plani fvr Taf^ Bay 

Made by Auxiliary 

Tlie monthly tnioftlni; of thr* 
Women'.s Auxiliary of tho Jubilee 
- Hofrpital wa« held yesterday. The 
president. Mrs. R. J Jame.son. In 
(he rii.ur and twenty -three mem- 
bers prcseht. 

Final arranpcment.v for the nnnuai 
tne day. to be held on Saturday 
were made. 

The following l.s a list of c' nven- 
ers and their corners: Royal Tru.>' 
Company. Mrs. Sutherland UVown, 
Terry^s. Sirs. J. Phefheui; Market., 
Mrs P E. Taylor . Sf>rnepr'f., Mr.t. ! 
H. M Robertson: CPR Miss Cut - 
rie; Kresge's. Mrs. V. Price: BaiiU 
of Montre al, J wnk ir W .A.; OaFIBay 
Raven and Mrs Scott; Domln- 
! K :i Bank, Mrs McMillan, and Doug- 
1 las and Yat«v44rA 8h«ppard 

Additional donations to Uie iincu 

h 

as follows 

ptrre,<; _ 

Mi"^ Hpnry HelstCrman, wa.s Mir 
winner of the luncheon ;*cloth con- wav^ 
test. Mrs. f t. Taylor r»p6rWd 11^ | tKe akijCptiriels kef 




ST. JOHN'S 

!Mr, Cliarl 's FrincJi liavc an iii- 
tere.^tinK illustrated lantern leclui;e 
I on Alaska, Yukon Territory and tlie 
I eastern Arctic, describing tfie seal- 
, Ing induiitry, the gold rath of Ninety- 
i Eight and the oi^putc over the 
Alaska bouhdary to the msmbers of 
St. John'.s A.Y P A on Monday eve- 
ning In tho Kuikl room. FoUowInx 
the licture, Mr. GeorK<; H ;ii.'-;t. 
provincial president of Uie A.V.P.A,. 
initiated the following members into 
the A.Y.P.A : Mrs. N. Oreensides. 
Mlas Pat Popey, Mr. Larry Crow- 
croft and Mr. Dave Greensid^s.at 
a service held In. the church. 
The president, Miss Lenora TrickeU. 
welcomed Mi.s« Vera M.nt.-li. Mr and 
CltnrKC. BeiHv^tt and .Mr. Ben 
Drew, 61 i i\ lai y of the Columbia 
Cua&l Mission. The evening was 

oroufcht to a close with the •">*'^"K^|t^atlnK 

of refre.-hmentA under th.- coiucn- 
ci.-iiip of Mlss Jo;ui Bmcc The 



period folJowrd with the pre.Mdent 
Mary Loudoun, in^illt^halr. Several 
Important announcements were, 
111 i()e, iiK ludiiiK the GofKi Friday j 
no.st' ry hike beUig .spon.sored by 1 
th<» local council. Rev. John Bell 
was the speaker and gave an mspir- 
Ing measafte on . "The Btirden <>( 
Modem Youth A vote of thank.v 
was moved b> the president Tlie 
meetiiiR closed with an Ka ii r (U - 
votional service, led by Mary Lou- 
doun and .lona MacDlafmld. Next 
week an Ea.ster ''kmI and .raven..;* i 
hunt win take place All youiiK 
pc<oplc and their friends are Invited f 



a»MlMlatoia,> to t 



PhMMt MMoo I nui ante ^ i 

HAROLD S. TIMBERLAKE 



OPTOMETRIST 
•4) Tana aTBttt. tricToaUt re 



to attend. 



branch wtU hold IU> rpRular corpor- 
ate communion on Sunday at S a.m., 
followed by breakfa.st in the school- 
rfH>m In pl.K c ol ilie icsular 
_w(rkly niecting on Monday evcnuig, 
the branch will pay a visit to the 
Provincial Archives and' will meet 
at the corner of Belleville and Gov- 
I cmment Streets, at 7:40 p.in. 



LANGFORD-COLWOOD 

The ^Langford-CoiwiKKi Branch 
held a mening on Monday evening 
I In the Legion Hall at Langford. The 

ir.enihers were lii\ife<l to attend a 
Unien service ,ii;d party at St. 
Pnul'.s Church on" Wednesday eve- 
ning, also a .wrvlce at Colwood a) 
flt John's on tne same rveniiiK. 
i*heii Bi."-h<>p Sexton dedl<;iied th*' 
I new altar. Th? {Lecrcta ry, M Lss Ethel 
Brown, read the Local Cotmcil re- 
port rtnd it wa.' .itrrerd that th** 
ronuiiiHie will niee' at lirr 
;i Ilnirhdai' c\ciil'n«. Flcv (i 
It V IVilstrr deliKhtrd Uie meintjers 
uiih an iuldrr.ss xm \hr "Trials nf 
a Prairie Parson ' In which he told: 
of hardships endured as well as 
amu.tlnK inpidmts m liu, actual cx- 



Women^s Inslitutcs 

SOI TH S.\.\NI{ II 
Tlie S outh' fe aanx l i In s ti tute re- 
cently, celebrated lis twenty-flfth 
jyjnlyer.sary at ilie Ti inperance Hall. ' 

Co'r.sage bouquejLs *ere j 
ppe^entecTto charter member.- Mrv 
H I.awrie. Mns. R. Nimiiio. Mi. L 
Hal' r .Sr and Mr.s. w 1) Mie lell ; 
The umiier. foi Ijridpe v.rrv ] 
Ladi es first. Mrs . J. J. Younn. >< c- I 
ondl Miss Pat Ymjng. Oentlemhi .s | 
first. Mr. J YouhB. Jr . .srcnn'l Mr ' 
H. Lawrte. Consolation. .Mr .1 Nini- 
mo. Winners ;or live huii'tre-i Arre I 
Ladles' first. Mrs. D. Cariow; sec- ■ 
otkJ. Mrs E, dates; eotvsolallon, | 
Mi v Marjorio Not t f »erit!em< n >. Ilr^t, 
Mr W, S. Butler; .second. Mi.s.s K. Ha- 
fer. Supper was a*r.vfcd by the ladies. 
The tables were . decorated with 
.«llver baskets of daffodils and in.sti- 
v.tu- (oiui.- A lari'c birthday cake 
made and donated by Mrs. J. Nott 
centred-^the main table, at whteh 
sat the finst and present presldcntsr 
Mr W. D MIrhell. president of the 
Farmer.'' In m' ilr. propa'^d a Ifxuit 
to the Women s lastiJtute. which 
Mrs Poison, the president, aaswer^-d 
Mr-. H Lawne. thr first pre.'idenv. 



Opening Announcement 

WILLIAMSON'S BABYWEAR 
AND WOOL STORE 

Will Open on I- HI DAY at 884 FORT STREEJ 
Corner Fort and Quadra 
Long Ejiacriencc in Tkit Clan^ losincss EnsWts Us to Serve Yov WclM 



COMPLETE DISPLAY OF 

MeClary Ranges 



52a'125 

Ea^y .Tcrn^s 



Home Furniture Co. 

82S FORT STRE£T (AbovfJUnshard 
19121 



See Wednesday s Colonist 
for MIDrWEEK 
- SPECIALS 




SflFEUJflV 

PIGGLV'^UJIGGLV 



7 STONES TO SENVI YOU 



.pattern 9001 

HEJiii'S a lovely jabot -dress that 
triinsMown flte^matronly figure 

n)i-sn-.>.m:ir! [y/ P.it:rrn 0001. u freih 
from ' tltt hands of the d*>.signrr 
ttK 'totate' tmj Mari a n - Mai^Un. — ancLlt:a.4ual a.s 
Caah, $148.40; llnerJ. |»,'e*5y to ntike-ro |t te a treat to 

■vear. Do r^tce what nice thlni; 
■ ;Kv.iited 



1 perlenee 
Prairlp 

I V, i re . 



among the 
ProVlnof* 



pggfele in 



RefrMhrnents 

nir next meeting will 
be hcitl on April U. 




Y.PJS, NEWS 




WE SEND MEN OUT 



ta 0«JU^r UHt Caf»MUrm9, Sock as Fences. 

ParMiont, Alterjtioni 



-N EW WONK Oft NIPAIftS 

—7—.-. — — ^— laamrm latllttil htiaa<faJua. 

"OoIt I^VI«4 SoMitfr tw^loytC 

The Red ^ Cr oss Wo rkshop 



hi mcmber.'-hip i ' fn.e ivmlred , able npi . !n«".v> at 

,uid three pi. . r c! m-.i.!!,' were re- ' hipline rt;i..i.ii.r.g'very .sleek. U-ave 
i nrtpri cnmpMed dtinnit Mn rrii alTtWf U tOt-tf y o t l ' Mk f a nd draw • 
Bills to Tfie amount of $80.90 Wttf' attention to the prrttv ,V neckline, 
..rdered pWd Sheet* • draw shei-uj-^jt,, a colorful pofv. You may 

have sliorl or three-quarter .vleCvi 
<— the chort. loose ones elihe^ open 
or eloeed. the pufTed on-s^ deftfy' 
prirsTAci afTfTTiaoni' 



(TffYPA 

'-Tfki' dak Br<v \^:ing' peopi*' 
their weekly meciing on 
cveniirgr ^ itoMM '- Bi aaa u 



Tuc-.dav 



Do This If You're 

NERVOUS 

nolhire ab^ul ro|y on l»nntvir»»y relief 
«lnn there » nf*<l ■<( » go'-H fn'rml «y«t>m 
fi ni' l.n pro****! r.;'Hi» I . I'mkh.irr'M 

\ V' ' "m;>«iun(l. mm«J^ fn^altji lor 
X "tft, (r. m «hot«aniD» bvrbs end rooti. 

rinkh«m'ii Tompound l>»ip hulld dp 
m 'r» ph^iiril rMdftapr* txul thu4.»)d,in 
niaini j*afly iMrvaa, leMia iiuitrMi froM 



<> a 



:i r.ghl Th I 
.'hej^r or an a 11 -occasion, crepe 
Pattern 9001 may l>'e ordered only 

in woiTirn .s .-izes. 14. 2i. 38 40. 42 ' 

44. 4r, and 48 S;3e 38 requires 3 . , p n The Challe nge of 

yard., 3»-inclHabrtc. | Pment ;" All y^ |iMpie arc 



charge of the meetjntr and operV^d 
with a 'rie'.otioiui period in vihirli 
R'i*;i Cre;i«h and Moliv Kenr^edy 
took part ^ Th'-re toWfivcri a dlseu'- 
F^on U»d by R*v F ft (> Dr'-dae on 
' Tha yay to Spend Qur ^Money. : 
after which fam*s were playod Thr 
iiiKlntf ()'. .Abid*- V/illi .\le' bron.iht 
e\»<nlfit! to 8 cl . e Next W 'ek 
tl.e ^fueM .speaker will be Mr Noble 



Tnr over M ymn o«» vnman h— fold 
»n"ih*r how l« go ' niT.ilint thru " «ith 
I'mkhain'*— av*r 1.000,000 ««••• lM«« 
«nttrn in rvynrtlng gler fc w kaMitO— 'tS 
MUST BC tiWDt < 



Send iwcnty cnlj in coins for 
th..s Mariap Maruh paltem.'Bc Mire 
to wilie plainly your Mze. name. 
addreM and style number. ^ _ 

Send yotn- ord^ to Pattern De- 
i ft'^M f .,: Tlie DaOsy Co^onUt, Vi;- 
torta, B C. (J.-— ^ 



uraec ^ , tft attend. — ^ — 

F IRST IMTEO 

imCcd society 




done in the Institute In the pa.st 
t'*enty-n\e years, and Mr J J 
VouiiR told- how the Women's In.stl- 
tute could help the fruit grower.<i of 
the dlBtrlct by advlalng the women 
of Victoria to buy local Rrown fruit i 
Mrs. 'W D Michell talked of tiK Irn- ' 
pfov«inent»- Aifld -chaiigeff, that had 
taRe^n place In the district and l.ov 
fo be a good membei ConiniLini' > 
.•■inKlnk; wa. I he rfRiilar 

five hundred card parly was held , 
Monday night, wtriner* feelHf; 
\.ii>\if\ ri' f Ml- H l^itferson and.- 
.\lr.v K (i.it4- / K« nUemm « flr.st, Mr | 
O, Michell and Mrs. iyJMalefT— 




muuanrf f jrw/# , 




*l ll«» tKI II ri(>-IN\»R allots 

roa MfiMi N 

Cathc^rt's 

"Thr Nnmr nr iiualil> feet fur 
I .•<!« l -I .,, I rhiin» f. «||t 



' WCitrEES* OVILD 
The WI. W ea v e r* ' Guild l.^l'l 
ltd monthly meetihg ,on Moiitia> 

t *M»,i,hmrt t m iliirtart o( the 

birttif:.! , u, h' held oi. .^prl^ 2J 

at the iiome ol .Mi , fj. CouiXT. 178 
Beach Drive a ^uii" cotnpelltion ^ 



2:> on MgrKultiiral fcubjecLs. T»ia 
membrrs were -traruported to tht 

C'l;ilt'n"'M r .'-i< l.')',l where n le/rp- 
'K'li I'.r i.,u:- 'lv.ir(isii,n\r and a 

'■'■il.i.r I .tf <i)'j)ia-, WHS held iif 

klndnev of Mrh Buflen. mWhT a. 
HirKkA and Mr f> Malcolm. 



waa held und^Clie able d lrectkrn of 
mn. " PlMffey. M\m 'Mafjorte HUl 
winning the prlae - 



Ml.n IIOMV I'AKIl-, 



opei 



It-t weekly meetrng with a live!v n: 
jong l'^d by Dick Hlzguu wv . 
Barcli^ jit the piano. A ba...i. 



Jl 



lAtfl UMi 



A ^i,'>r' : ir e<: rneeLlIiK *a.'> held 
on T'i« '1.1 I 'rtLrtttu Yi\ ftie mefi,- 
titbit,. i4 i,.iii.Klord Iiifctllui*'. with 

Mrs i2 ^ BLJ:UH!irj). HJd*tJEiAH ' f 
correspondence included. a pc- 
M'nn from the Pear^ Fllver Di.strlc' 
j'Womens Institute, asking for heip 
to build a rekt r(<om Ht Dawson 
r'.r.f.)i for llj^HWlIt of fanners 
' 7 r.'"i and <flH|K^ the conmnuni- 
',it;<r from the Peace and Inter- 
I national Relation* secretary and 
I the pr ov in e l a l oftcf ; alio an invttt- 

■ •':>'] a ' f)4i/'' eonlri,! at 
;..< Hii; Inititutjr oii April 11 

If decided to iiQl<l k Mlyer tea 
'ne home of Mrs C H Phlpps 
Friday aftemoan. April 14 The 
trd party of the jn^rsent bfri»'s 
WtU bt held on WednesdlFFVIfning " 
Aprti IS DC WUIlam.. Newton, of 
Ml*- F^<cperlaacotal Station wi;: g.-e 
ia ieciurc oil Tuesday cvci.ing, April 



On M'.iiday April 3 a rord party 

^ ***** achool, 

Meu;iiifliJn.1it i uiutck. ji> attf 

fiind» 'for II,- I,. -* AthlrUc FUii. 
Winner-i of tiu, wf-ek'n five hundred 
l/aMv wei»- a.. folkusK Mrs. T. 
Marjarr? Mrs H "Walker Mri. i. 
MacOonald. Mr. fi Blakf A. Luok 
and Mr P C Blake, tilx Ublaa 
in 4>ia;.' 




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-'OLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 



i 



SodaLj^ivilies and Notes of Personal Interest 




Social and Personal 



ClfU for Bridr-to-Be, 

The home of Mrs. Thomu NovU. 
Topaz Avenue, was the scene of an 
enJoynWe partjrjresterday afternoon 
la honor of lOii Margaret YouBf . 
Whose Bwrriafft to Mr. Stanley 
Ijiver wnrwre iniee >arly In April. 
Thr bride-lo-bf wa:. prr.sf-nled with 
A cofMge bouquet of vide la and 
iKtte Uln Butera Oakley handed 
her the "glf ta. 'i»ftl^JW» concealed 



A Wilkinson. Mr. and Mn. T. | 
Warder, Mlases D. Bleks. V. Jack- 

hn. v. Rowland and Mcsm:, D 
harder, N. Fraser, K. Rlclunan aiid 
, K. BttoU. 

VaJicpuver to preaeiit their Uif ce — -u—t — • 
plays H *ttkl MSverrtty auditorium j BrMg e Part> 

tomorrow. "Fumed Oak' and "We ^pr*- eighteen tables of 

Were Dancing ■ are the Noel Coward players at Uie bridge party ycilcr- 
contrlbution* ofTered by the Inland day afternoon at the Y.W.C.A w hen | 



Enjoying Tea in Old SchOT)l Grou^i^sjmflJgJ^Jj J 

ACCESSORIES 



in a green and yelJoWiSorated bot- JMJhe trip »"» >Jf 

* Ichrlat. Miss Hope Denbigh, Mim 



During tlie afterncjon. .solos were 
•unt-.by Mrs. Lilian Meston and 



' BorUri Oiktey reeled, tea wa.s 
served from a prettily onrAnSMl 

fablr haviiiK n centrepiece of daffo- 
rill:, 'Ihr Kuest.s were; Mr^ J. Ent- 
^.j^laUe. Mr«. S. Uver. Mrs. V. Rolfe. Mr W B Crawlev 

Mrs. R. Harrison. Miss lUfrt I*"" ^ ^ Crawley. 

Mti, Mrs? L. Schmrlz, Mrs W. Mc- 
Cague. Mrs. A Harang. Mrs. N, 
Forbes. Mrs L. CHirncy, Mr> O 
Upward, Mr^: W. Hogg. Mrs. W 
Jtckson, Mrs. P. Jeune, Mnr T 
Po.v Mrv Keeler. Mrs I. M< .ton 
Mr.-,. C. Par roll. MTs W Tiijprti 
Mrs. J. Gough, Mrs. K Miles .Mr<- 
A. Oaktey. Mrs. T. Scoular. Jlis. C 
Qr«y. Mln E)e«nor Oray: Mrs. P. P 
Aiidn on. Mr.s B (iraves and Mrs 
C A l^^rl(l•■ all of Vancouver. 



Dramatic Society, while the third 
pUiy wm h» ChelBOv's "Harrlage 
Proposal." F»lk>wlnf the psrtortn- 

ance, Mrs. Edward Carter will en- 
tertain in honor of tfie Victoria so- 
ciety. Among the Victorians niak- 

R. S. Gil- 



Joyce Smith. MUs oonstince Hobb^, 
Mr boii' Jacob.-?, Mrs. Waldo Skll- 
llnga,' Mr. Jack Rutter, Honor 
Benson. Mr. Victor dl Castri, Mrs. L. 
8. HarrLs, Mr. Denis Harris. Mr. 
Rayfnond Guyler. Miss OlorU Wil- 



HttUm At PaHy 

-MiSS-K-. Elfiton en'Pi taliu-d at a 
party on Monday evening in honor 
of Miss E. Jephaon. wl-.JW marriage 
to Mr S Hicks will take place next 
mouth The rooms were decorated 
; < ts of Japanese plum 



blois:iOiu and the table was centred 
wifh a miniature bride. An Italian! 
ni' work ( lolh cyvcred the table | 
and, white taper.-, wero at cither side 

=^ [of the "bride" centrepiece Tlic 

leaving fer Vancouver ^ bride-to-be was presented with a 

Members of the Victoria Beaux- green cut- crystal bdwl from the as- 
Art* Society will bi- ihe-gueal* of Uie ',ciiiblpd RiK'st.s. Those pre.sent 
UntTerslty of British Columbia were .Mr. and Mrs. F. Morgan. Mr. 
Playera' Club, when they go over to I and Mrs. A. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. 



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the board of directors acted a« host- 
esses and Mn. j; p. Himtar was' the 

general convener. The proceeds will 
go toward.s the YWC A: national 
delegates' fund for the Ain.sterdam 
confennce. Miss Fawoett, Mrs. w 
H. Whlteley and Mrs. inmter poured 
tea aru! roffee at a ptetlilv-nrranged 
table In the main Jounge, daffodils, 
iris and violets being used effectively 
on ttttjablfi-AatLlLtencral decora- 
tion of the' room; Hm prUta win- 
ners of the afternoon were Mrs 
Cloy, Mrs Crowe, Mrs. A. R Rob- 
inson and Mr.^ MrDonaid A large 
number of tea guesu wen ai^w 
woleemed. . 

• • 

At EmpreM Hetel 

Among the visitors to Vit'ona who 
rei^Lstered at the Empref-.fi Hotel yes- 
terday were Mr. and Mrs. F. Lauson. 
Charles L. Porebaugh, San Fran- 
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. J. O.' Fleck. Ot- 
tawa; Mr and ^rs Spencer Stone 
Chathanir" "Ont.;" Mrs. A. E. Hal- 
.'-tead Moncton, 17.8.: Misa^norence 
W. Edwards. Carleton Place. Ont.; 
Miss Vera C. Sclat^, St. Mary's, 
Ont ; Mr. and Mi- A .Scott MLss K. 
Sleath. Vancouvei , It B. Hermann. 
Seattle; Bernard H. DavLs, Mpnt- 
real; L. G. Proctor. A. P. Jewctt, 
Toronto and J. N. C. Hill. Montreal. 

. « ■ • 

Hu.sles<> at Tea 

Lady Lake wa.s ho-sless at tea yes- 
terday afternoon at her home on 
Newport Avenue in honor of her 
I MMer Mrs Sydney h. Kelh aiid 
Ml:,-, Loui.'-e AUi.son who have ar- 
rivul 'o .^peiid the Sumrner In Vic- 
toria. Mrs. Kelly has been spend- 
ing the Winter In California and 
before (ominK to Victoria, joined 
Mls.s Alli.son in Sarnia, Ont . accom- 
pniiyiiiK her to the Coast. Mrs. 
Kelly and Miss Allison have taken 
a house in Oak Bay , for several 
months. , 

Return i-Yom California 

Lleutcnant-Coinmandcr and Mrs. 
C. D. Donald have returned from a 

motor trip to ('.(lilo: ;u,«. during 
which they visited the San Francisco 
V^ir. and also spent some time at 
Carmel-by-the-Sfa. en route to Las 
Aiigcle.s. their JSouihcrn objective. 
Mrs. H. £. Donald. Duncan, who ac- 
companied her son and daughter-in- 
law, wa.s met in Victoria bv her hu.s- 
band and reiurnod home on Tues- 
day afternoon, alter a c^clightful 
two weeks' tour. 

• • • 

Dinner Mnsie 

The E^injire. s Ho!« l Orchestra will 
play the following programme dur- 
ing the dinner hour at the Impress 
Hotel on .S u n d a y— e v e n I n g: 
■'Mendel.s.sohn Memories" (Mendels- 
sohn). "Romance" (Rubenstein). 
Sari Waltzs" iKalman^. "Trees" 
(Rasbachi. "Pagliaccl" <Leon4a- 
vallo). "Czardas" <Montii. -.Ser- 
ettade" iPierne>. and ■ Andanimo" 
(LemareK 

■ • - ■ 

New^ of Krreavrinent 

Friends of Mrs. Charles Fulton 
^11 be iwrry tb'~'hear ' she pa.<«ed 
away at her home in Olenholme. 
Nova .Scotia, on March 25. Her hus- 
1 band died ten days previously. Mrs 
Fulton nursed for several years In 
Victoria, and wa.s also matron of 
Uie Lady Mtntp Hospital at OanRrs 
Mrs. MacLeod. Inlet Avenue, is a 
sister. - - 




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COATS 

WILL LCAO THI EASTfl f AtADE 

SI 4.75 .. $29.75 

To be Miurt Hiit tMM«, visit ou' 
iheo te4ay sa^ be M by thci* Co«tt 
diiTORtWe frttbneM to newly imirt 

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The first gardctigiited to be photographed, this year was on the occasion of the reception at the Old Craig- 
flower SchooL the Gorge, in honor of Lady Tweedsmuir on Tuesday afternoon. The photograph shows 
some drOft^fuests floated under tbo old maple trees in the schoolhousejrqundoi wbon tho torttoiot were 



hen IP In L a dy s m l th o n — Tue sd a)' 

evening. - , 

Bac k Vx9n hao Franciaeo 



.Mr and Mrs. f. J. D. PemBfTlon. 
who ha\e l>een .'^pendinK the pa.st 
two weeks m Sun Francisco, have 
returned to their home on Beach 
Drive. 



FLETCHER— MACIBJKO 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mnriejko. 
Avola. B.C.. announce the oncaKe- 
menl of then <ii,nrt fi;i\i.(htf r, 
Myrtle Irene, to Mr. Gordon Joseph 
Fletcher, second son of Mrs. Fletch- 
er. 962 Ileywood Avenue and the 
late Mr W. R. Fletcher The wed- 
ding will be held in Avola ^ Men« 
day. April 10. 

Today's Popular 
Design 

By CAROL AIUC8 



decorated with wild flowers, 

Srhdopt" 
- prevalent mode 



Pastels and Cheeks Give Bewilder* 
.. - Ihg Variety to Wariroko 

ieen Af p Girl 



The CP.R. must expe ct to make a 
sacrifice of its autonomy to save 



High exotic shades give to thb 
year".s rIovc-. handb.ig.s aiid U'welry , 
new color emphaais e oiu iu ot rttg ^ 
with navy or black fipatumes. olehd- 
UK Ix-autifuUy with thv iK-w 
range of rosy tan*, blue* jinU ojher 
lively tones in costume colors 
Fuchsia and cylamen pinki rare vio- 
let and blue shaden. and tevelr 
warm tans make a ramlxjw of i olor 
in Uie smart womaus acc^bsory 
wardrobe. '. ' ' '- - 

Glove.s in gav shades go with hum- 
sleek bags in exactly ma,tchiin; 
huek. Longer gloves In more sut>tle 
tones are seen with afternoon cos- 
tumes,^ sometimes malchmg or 
Mbiertdlhg with soft flower ooiert of 

neckwear and ^e;I 

-HUKLDS FAIK JhULLUV 

MOdem-tn teelihg; this year's »c- 

cpsiorie."; follow the trend of all de- ^ 

sigiis thU) year Streamlined liaiid- j Fluv^crs o' the Forest -( Robertson); 
bags replacf the aftft pouches of '"Holy Night" t Beethoven •. 
asi Winter. Sleekly fitted gloves |_ " 
are witbput Side seam«> and as soft . 
as Uie finest leathers can toake 
them. 

WOOL JACKETS} SEEN • 
The popularity of the jacket dre.s . 
continuds strong in the Spring pic- 
ture. So strong that many of the ; 

new wool .suitm^;s . ;ii h ejxinges I 
and crepes have . been made ui 

Tbr 



t.Mi9£e& Fewkes and Bulges, Mee- 
dames Kyle. Me.ston. Gurney. Oill); 
solo. • Hymn of the Last Supper" 
(Demore-Sti. Mr.x Nash; bass solo. 
• JcriLsalcin ' (H. Parker'. Fred 
Wr>SlH; ciioir. "How Calmly the 
Evening" (Blgari. "As Toh»nta-in 
Suintiier ' (LUan; yolo. O Divine 
Rot'.eeuui aioiin>d', Ml--.v Edila 
BurK«'.s; dun ' Hio l-ord Is My 
Shepherd' i Smart), Mrs. Meston, 
Mrs. J. ItatctlJf: choir, "Sennd 
A.'^leep' (VauRhan William? i. "O 
Swallow" I Hoksl > . ba.s- .solo ' Otherji"' 
lAtthur Peiuii. Fied Wright; trio, 

Mrar^HflMy. Mrs. Hopkins; c^ieffT 

W( !;l(H'k Town" . < A r m s triing); 



weights light enough fbr dresses 

with matching jacket as well a.s 
the nioi^ formal, iwo-piete suits, 



whicli will carry IMftUth fW WfW 
on breezy Summer evemngs. 



SEE THE G E 

MA6IC KITCHEN 

IT MVIS-ir TALKS 

. NOW ON DISPUY 

B.C. ELECTRIC 



OOICLAS STRUT SROWROOMn 



Cenllemen's Hats 
CIsaisd ts^ Usoked 




E mpire 7155 




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For Safety, Convenience 
•lid Saving 

SHIP 

BY 

TRUCK 



Wt Ctvir IbtliMJIitti IS 



Tea Hour .Mu»lc_ 

The nni.si(,il procrainnie during 
I lie tea hour a' the Knipress Hotel 
on Satiii(la\ w;;i feature an all- 
Bnti.sh proRramine.- Selections to be 
heard will include; "Colonel Bogey." 
"The Row." "Country Gardens • 
■Nell Gwyn Dances," "KnighUs- 
brldge March/ "KclUc Lamoit"aifd 
■ Ttie Gondollet's " 

. 

St. Mary's Guild 

St. Mary's Ladles' Guild wilf at- 
tend a short Lenten .vrvtc/» tn the 
i hiirch on Tuesdav at 2 30 p m . 
after \ilu<h a husinev; ineftlnR will 
i>e held m the, hall, to which all 
members are invited. 

it . • • ' 

In Cplands 

Commander aiui N!i.- c T Beard 
and family have moved Irom Hrxk- 
land Avenue \r\ .Mi \\ M Giv- 
erln's house. Cadboro Bay Road, 
Uplands 




Of 

FolkwinK the lead of the "grown- 
ups,' Jumors arc adopting whole- 
heartedly the, irasMons ff this 
Spring. Ouimpe frocks, with im- 
maculate white fronts navy blue i 
i«rge jumper frocks o\fr ' frou ' 
frdu" blou.ses, "baby bigs" of ex- 
quLsite embroidery , on simple dark 
dre.v.o.s. and Peter Pan collars and 
cufls to dre-ss up "school girl Irui k 
with simple longer , walatluies and 
wide pleated .skirts, give to today's 
Junior mLss her Rreat opportunity 
to look more "grown-up" than her 
mother. ' 

Pi-uit fioik.s with tiny chintz de- 
.signs. neat all-over florals, or per- 
ennial dots, are shown with perky 
hi^h necklines, and wide 
.swirling .skirts. laflctaV rustles 
'>thio.igh Spring, lifted breezily to 
show crisp white embroidered pet- 
ticoats or bright plaid ruffles.' 
'ILITlIX sum" BI-COLOBBD 
ToppliiK their little ba-.que suits 
with bright jackets i.% a f.ivorlte 
fashion with juniors this year. Two 
tones of one color, such as two 
.■^hade-s of rof^y pink or two tones 
blue. IS u.-fd wit h matclun« or 
blending accessories of Uie bame 
color. Two colors In contrasting 
hue arc also liked In these little .soft 
suitf.. usually with lighter Jacket 
above the darker iWlrl or pleated 
.•^kirt 

Plaidi and checks in lovely psolcl 
jrolorlngs give further variety to the 

j'linior suit 



ii.self. and tli.it was not belnn done. 
EMPIXJVl E CQMPE NSATIO.N 

He referred to an earlier .sutsf"-^- 
tlon which he had made to the _ 
effect the committee explore the' ^ 
matter of compensation to «p- ( jloriStPrS Will 
ploye<s laid (iff on account Of Co- 
operative mea:>urcs. 

"IT we set ourselves to the Uiik 
of rindiiiK comiK-ivsation, instead of 
addressing oui.'.elve.s to the major 
ecoriomies. instead of reducing debt 
—which is what we were commi&- 
skmed to do— we will find that in- 
.st^ad of reducing it we have in- 




IT POURS 

[lUlllY 




creased it, and the country will luv 
the day they ever appointed thL> 
committee.", said Senator Meig^n 



Givr Rvi itdl in 
Baptist iJmrch 



mode. -And "t«W«.«^ af4.pp„j,„^ 



NOWRyiES 

ALL SPAIN 



Cantlnaed from Page 1 
Nationalist authorities apparently 
were well prepared for Just such 
events and quickly took over ad- 

minLstration of various cltie.s. 

Wild scrambles occurred in sonic 
cities, particularly the seaport ot 
Valencia, as Republican leader.s and 
others who con&ideied Uiemseivcs 
marked for reprisals attompMd to 
e.scape the country. 

Among the few fiucces.sful were 
General Jase Miaja. former chief 
of the Madrid national defence 
council, who arrived In Algeria by 
plane with his staff and aoAM other 
Republicans. 

PLANNING WBLCOMB 

Despite the (ity.^ war damtRe, 
estimated ofDciaUy at 1500,000,000 
tiie capital shrutged awiy ito bitter 
memorle.< ^nd began planning an 
welcome 



The Georgian Choristers will give 

a Twilight Recital m the First Baii- 
tLst church next Kunday afiernoon 
at 3 o'clock, with Fred Wn>;l.t and 
Jack Smith as assisting artists. Mr 
Smith will play an organ composi- 
tion of his own, "Communion in D 
Fl a t 

Tht foUowinii pro(trainme ha.'- 
been arranged: - Chorale, "In Faith 
I Quiet Walt" (Bach); Choir, "The 
."Shepherd iDavie.si; "Beauteous 
Morn 'German); double trio 
"Weary Wind of the west" (Blgar) 



fHE HANDY POURING 5P0I 

jor the two pound On 

It's free— write fer ane NOW 

• Pitt tho spMiiil top of tb« I Ik. 

till »r ( nion nrand. Illy Whit* 
anil Kiiro r up*. 

• In .-asllv I Ininrd anil ran be MMO 

<>•' r niitl ixrr a||aiii 

• r»uri nKhiiui ■ drip. ^ 

• rriiviiir* ntrant •! eecMrato — r~ 

mf«*ur*nienl*. 

• MakM th« 3 lb. tie a* Mini 1^4 
labto cMitalaar. 

• Tlie pntactive oap w n Um a 




1rll ihc l>»\i that pnttrtitt ofTjmeat 

kof 1. V • I 4t . , .r I t,' -,1,! 4, M.rHrtr 

( KmW ■. H k ^ ■. I 1 ... 



A NrK Slvle for 
Formal Wear 



URN SYAUP 

.Ita CMMOA ITMCN CO, IkaM, 



for Francos 



peat plaid design.s will also be a 
preat favorite.' 

' TO GIVE LECTl'RE 



MIm Alinr< rpc-rri at l>-aM :(I0 vo^ri 
for- tacil d«»iKi) bpforc it li accepicd toi 
thu column. Send ua reur vot«s. W* pMt 
sU Uic popular doitns 



Returns to Ladywnlth ■ - • 

Mrs William Hamilton who ha.s 
i>een visiting Mrs. D. Malcolm .at 
l^ngford Lake, retumffd to. 



Witty Kitty 



DRESSER SET— DESIGN NO. 4011 

Dear readers Have you e\er tried 
a thrce-plecc ,set in place of a .» .iif 
on your bedroom dres-scr? nic effect 
w charming, rspeclally if you can 
embroider a >et tn hthK h your l>ed- 
.tpread. Pastel cnil?roidcry on white 
with dainty edging of lace is alwa>s 
excellent, but If- you would be a 
httb" imire original, iverse the 
order and do the embroidery in 
while on a colored set. The real 
herfuntuty of this set. to my raffier 
practical mind. Ls that it not only 



Tlie Art of Programme Making 
v\iil be the topic of the last , lecture 

to be civen m the music room of 
Uie^^High .srhqpl this evening at 
7 30 'o'clock by Mr, Stanley Builey 
nus lecture wiU be- open free to the 
general public. . To llltistrate his 
talk Mr Btillev has planned the 
following programme Oberon Over- 
ture (Weber I ; Pianoforte Concerto 
• Greig); London Symphony 



' A jwries of heavy exploftlons wcr • 
h-flrd throughout the day a.s Na- 
tionalist aapi^ers expl<-«d«l nnne.s 
bombs and shells which remmded 
the populace of the long siege that 
Urttwalely one-third of the 



cUy % 200 000 buildings dcstrojed or 
badly damaged, and another third 
slightly damaged. 

ESQl'IMALT etV% 



The monthly meetmg of the 
Csqulmalt Community Club will be 
held op Monday evening In the 
'Vaughan Williams) ; ♦ Romeo and 'Guild room. St Paul's- Church 
.luliet .Tchaikowsky): Overture, House, at 8 O'clock. Persons Inter- 
Noftupiie and Scheno .Mendels- : "t*** ^O'* "O"* 'he or- 

jgani/atlon are Invited. New members 
' will be welcomed. ' 



.sohn • . 





CEYLON and INDIA TEAS 
in correctly measured quanfi* 
f ict to mike a ptrfccf bM. 

GROCERS SELL IT 



CbriMt Ciilipiliti 

Mitfleal s ei e— i we s ws nda 

hulk - prodoelng agea(a tar 
<ii runic, habltaal coasUpntlMa 
Hulketts psissssss Sve t i m e s Ike 

hulk - pmCttcing prap s Hlea •! 
Agar, and being processed wtib 
CaMsara and Bile Salla, prodoeea 
balk witb vnnity. forming a 
tmoatb mofvlnff aiaaa: MtMas 
tiiin <ir mcinr> refunded by \aii- 
couver Drug C'o.; 50o and tl-OO. 



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From pick up »f> pomf delivery ItjndU 

(v«rv ordci b( it I int«ll picka9( at a 
li losd. vltk care, ttfi c l s wey ewd isliS' 
biiity. Sfecisl trips m sriidi kf srrseto* 

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looks crisp and fresh when^it is new. 

it "fn^ia; lyp' 'h"at way t u f nii y 
for it can be washed like a hand - 

kemiipf 



m mm in 

RAILWAY LCONOMIES 



C'eniinned from Page I 

Dated o\er diverfit-, of in'eiest In 
operation of the unified road, the 
restlllt-wwuld be' beneficial to the 
country. He recalled 130 railway 
«y8i»ni8^tn Omt BriUtn hsd. been j 
amalftamarert . into itour regional 
systems. Labor had at flrstroppoeed 
the unification but was now strongly 



Will 3« Soloist At 



T 



HE .shirt^theme is new In Spring 
formals with aleeves^ prel^ned^ 
A spla-sh of gold St the belt and 

.s'Aiiie 111 the pleated .'kiit j.-mk' M,; 
crown rayon gown new. j 



See the New 

Spring 
Models Now 
Displayed at 

MUNDAY'S 



<rrf' 



Sehd tSe, eoins preferred. 



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1 



Pattt rn' incudes : :al)sfer Sheet of 
the designs JjQgeiliCi with jnateria'l | agitating for reduction of the four 

reqtirrements* iCpd Jnll tnstructlo^urj'ihtb ohly on*. 

for embroidering and making (he [ powMit ^OT l SEP . 

" ■ On the point of co-operation in 

csnadi. senator Oandurand tn- 

.'■isted it had not.boen Offertlvf V 
cau.s* neither of the rallwii&. i^ad 
made u.se of it.^'power.'* to invQke the 
ariutral tribunal. The suggestion 
had bir^en made there should be an 
Umpirf -xi.n would force them 
proceed before this tribunal 
^, ^- "Ve are giving the C.P.R. 
.... iolMMKC-Ui dimuui^ii 11^ «^wn expcndl- 
"■Ttures and work out lU own salva- 
[Ucn. ' said Senator Oandurand The 
I co-operative econoiiUes_Jjg|}aIation 
I had b»"n proditepd for that purpose. 



feviMlon' is 
maitr there 



the biggest 
is in thy 



trouble i 
modem 



PATTERN ORDER TOiiM 
1 <) tjT used when ord^ng pat 
terns and voting for popular <le 

sign? ♦ _^ i ^ : 

To; The DaHf 



Victoria, B.C., 
Pattern IJcpartment. 

rx»ign No. 40 H„ 

Name ................... 

Address. 



I .su£ge,t the 'o.\o\.ng .t. a 
popular design : 



1 




Polifl 



DIGESTIVE DISORDERS? 
-EAT RYVITfA 



Ity^Mia tl4e»«t«ln aed ^unit llt< cnttrc %rwm liigMtivfl proitun 

of wiJtf l»rif| It »»ry tidily diq«'.tfd itltH t"'i I" »<ldi'ior Sflpt 

ypH to dte<tt and tutmiUtc otii«r feed Hr^rti t 'kH tt»ff e4 watft m twt 
h VMkiy abterieil by ma tlt« meif Sliest* S^'H^c lystCM.^ ^C^t 
impsrtt wmcetsr tent sad te itiawletet Mie effSe^ of eliliiasliM. 



JOIN THE HAPPY CRUNGN£R$ 

ON SALE EVERYWHERE 



vv: 



of UflM. 



TlMlMtisteupiisk 
liMtlMps fiNrs HSNT 



yUa 2MAXINI.JUOII 

HO wUl be guest soloUt at the 
annual Kinsmen's Clti^ Ladier' 
Night, to be held sf the Oakbay 
Beach Hotel tomorrow evening at 
7 so o'clock After <Unncr. the guesu 
^ ::i dsr.'r The comrfilfee in Charge 
of arrangements incluoes Dr B C 
Nickells. chairman. Mr i Harold 
BoOmo and Mr. Jack PluiUaa. 




-f 



IVhen joM crnnch 

RYVITA 

you get 100% Crist, \OIJRISHMI 



J ^ 



HMENT 



J 




-rill: DAILY CO.t^QXIST. VICTORIA., B.C.. TnL'KSI|\V.^||^^l. 



MARINE-AND- TRANSPORTATION 

^ ■ ► ■ 



LlNER SAILS 




ton; tnd AT O. llakl,\lniitruetor tq 

the department of Oiient«l stu^ie^ , 
UnivertiU^ of Washington, accord- 
inu t» Wiihaiii HaioId. of tlie loCai i 
GreMt Nortliem R^Uwayofflce, who j 
boarded tbe Hncr at VonuB liead.] 

LUMBER EXPORTS i 

A total Of 84.«43.»40 lect of lUinbei | 
wa« exported from Paellle Nd»U» 



RETORNED TO 
THEIR JOBS 



EmpreSS-^LBUUMUl^*^ P«^^uun« .February a 

Hert During 



lite 



Aftdmoen 



8«<Ung 8»turdav for orient p >rt.s 
-tiip Canai^iVn Parifif- hn. r .S- Rni-' 
pre-ifi of Russia. CitpuIFni.F^aLncK. 
commander, will bo aloniraldr Rith>.-i 

I'.-r . for H -holt tiinr liiriii;: t!.«' 
aflcrnoon Tl liii' i vMir k up 
pasxengiT . inail.s .ind <ui<o t."ir 
before cloarliiB for Yokohama. Ium- 
first port of call, at 5 .30 p m THe 
Ruf.sla U dt» at |ht loeal dock at 
4 pm. 

^WtUrtOYK TOMOfHIOV 

C' niiii„' ill from Hot rc.a.n luui 
-f7-.iuloii, ili^- Holliin t-.Mivs-iia Liiit 
I>'Hiilyk IS cluf at Ogden Point 
Piers tomorrow morning, acpordlnK 
to Adam P. T*)fTat & Parlnrr.- 
Bgcii'.. for r.ii- 111.'' Mi^r :k:pivv v 
Cnp'iiin J A D'-oii J '1 l .e D.'Ht:^ j k 
will land SiO tons of general cari;o 
'and Inart finmf fn 



jKgegate of 108.1297^7 beard leM.i WorK Pending Investiga- 

accordlng to the re^rl of Pacflic JlDLof ComDlaifltsl 
Lufii^ JMpecUoa Bureau. - -yMm^ w vwiuk iwihw- 

UaiA-Mt 9i^..iUUii^U Wtre noted ■ , , . ■ , .k^,. ,i 

dtning th€ p«t month and iivsl'idw [-PlcWirwtarned to their joi^ ai 

AlrlcH, Belgium. C i.Jral America ' thp Matscn E>o<-ks today, und.r a 

ChirraT PVoncer Japuii. we*.l coa&t of , United Statrb Fed. ral laediatoi i 

.Souih America and Weijt _ Indies. I compromise plan, after a ffvc-day 

Waterborne cx{(orU of. lumber from trUe-up which halted two salUnss, in- 

BrtttMt cohimbta to the British Is)e^|(eonvenleneed hundrafliror oa^D;* 

. h:)Uk('d a bi^ dr p from th<> total <>l ' i;cr.s and bNUghl •nxiOU»>day8 to 
55.6o8.3e7 fact in January to 3C,li-',- ^ shippers. ' 
891 feet in February. _ j. Dr. -fcoula Bloch. member of the 

.METAL EXPrtRTS Maritime Labor Board ai Waslu!:i;- 

Bar kad export* from New Weit- ion. effected the inlcxmujiclllemcnt 
min»ter hit a record week-end move- 1 yesterday afUir two day* of ^trenu- 
mtnt with thrre- vr-.'^l.s loading a j ous iiPf;otiatlons. . 
total of 6J00 ton-s in thrw days lo: 1 Hi.^ pi posal. approved first by the 
thf OiL'itt and Kiiru;x 8.- Picsiir M.it.'on Na\i;;aiion Company e.\ccu- 
Star £aUed~iate Saturday wlUiXjM 
tons o^ metal for England, the 
larger' vi.ijimftu in .sev«Tfll moiUh.s 
The Bii;i i iniu-l S.s 'I alMivbiu.s ' at once, and their complaint about 
lafxe.sl f i>'uli"t t" to^ .aa'. uaU- ti > ixxjr living quarters on three Mat- 
Fra.ser. Is now loading 2,500 totu> oi i«on ships be earrled before the reg- 
lead for Japan At another berth ular arbitration committee provided 




While You Shop m4 %a^in I^^EMttr S^lc Tod«y . . 
Rtst and Enjoy THaif — — — _ v 

SPECIAL bUNCHEONS 



In th« Victorian 
HMtouranl. 

lOe 

Mt&4 r»«h CwMmU -~y 
Cfetck«a tMtmt; Crtmm •! AiMrsta* 
OrliM BMf TM4«rtato,^«M TmuIms 
rri*d rr«th MnbrMii* mm4 ■•ran 

Trnh V*(rl*bU and ( ntlair < hr*%r 

()arl»tl« otih Prr.rrtc and OUird 
BMit l«t Lamb, at—m tUmt BmWM 

MssM Cr*MB«« rrMtfe Trttt ratotMs 
Trader Hplaaeb. Ntw Oraaa Ptaa 
Balia ■■<! •altar. Baaaaa Marfhii 

— . !« f» r <!p*rI»T3«llnd«» 
t'»r»inrl « r. .•m nr. C h»rr\ FaMlaf 
.\ipp> ( lir'-r and • rifrv 

^^rMfe Brewed (..>ri rr:( ni ( .iHr.- 

(ourlh l-loor at IHl. BAl 



Inthr 
CoffM Shoppo 



Kpri lal Nhopprr ^ Lanrhran 
>cr«rd Irom II A.M. U t.M P.M. 
T 



30c 



ahrp hun r t f . Va t Ka»l« DInnrr 
>prlii( Lamb Saal*. Carrala and rr i> 
halad af I'hapvrd ^alfrr aa4 
rtncabplr MavonnalM. 

•«« »■< n at if . Patatoca mn4 VacaUbIrt 

Appir «r RaUIn Pir lea Craaai 
B«tla4 Appla Paddiac 



Farl i.irr. Tea— < i.ffrr— Milk 

Loarr .Mam l-luur at llil BAV 






xixen and tlien by tite three mari- 
time unions directly involved, ~ was 
tha.t the men shoyld return to work 



gat away for sea a.s .sfxin a.s s.lie wa- 
floating on an < .i ii !<■ > '■ 

JAPANESE IIM.K 

Alx-ard tlic Nipp.m Yii'.» ii Kii-'l.aj 
M.S. Hclan Mam v Ih m sli n-;ich.-:l 
Vancouver tliLs week ue.rr ShlK"i;u 
Yamada. of the Japane.se Legation. 

OMiiAa. Hiroinu Do.'lda. chancellfi 
..; t i ;<■ .1.1 ; M I < Kiiil' i W I.' hiiv,i- 



LINER AWAY 
FOR ALASKA 




homeward peh-tage. _ 
Li;.MBCB VBM8ELS 

TTri- riTi;jlilPrT"IO'Tll.in Miliar- li 'lif Fiirnc.-.- Line M.v Pacific Ex- I for In their a','rfrinrnt.s Aith 
vhuh arximtaionghUle Og-len Poini porttr l> takniK on l..')00 toas ol | Oovernment ob.scrvrr sUtmR in. 
•Piers overnight Tuesday, was load- ■ mclal jor tlir Uniird Kihudom. The! • - 
ill - iOO.OOO feet of lu i i iUei for At* i-all yard-s at the docks were Jammed ' 
1,1.. I a Coast P'>rt,s yciiltrdaj'. Com-iwl'.li over 173 freight cars during IHe 
in;; in from Crolioii. Ih^! frcf'ihi r pa.Nt U a day.s, bringing |he export 
li it» is dut; at the iuuii itbiitijibli invtal Lroni Irail^ 
plant today, according to Kint: 
Brother^ ■ mr- ■■■:t ■ 

— : m^vEiAia'Ui i.i.M 

Bound f f|om Union Bay for 

Shanghai thr f}iT'>k frriKhter Dio- 
iiy:«-.los Slathato^ -Tra^ n^^ugflflf 
(Xdrn Point Pirns yesterday Irim- 
niing her ballast tank^. She «h.s to 



FLEEL 

TTOARD BANKS 




IS APPOIMEDj 



Seattle Man Named Head of 
Recently- Formed North 
Pacific Company — 



tdr fulloi 
Ihtn..'- Ua 



quoli will laava Vict»ria daltf- t«r 
Anilu.a» 9 It •-<■ i UmmU Will arrl'a 
•t Viciona daitjr ittm fon Am*f» ai 

t 'ii a.in 

SALTSPIima ISLAND - Ms Ct Pack 
Swarti Bay (!.iilv rxoi'i Wednaaday 
ulford Harbor at b 3u a m. and !> 
Q Ptttc tL^iic. (uitord Harl>or 
daily rxctiJt Wrdtiradar lor Swam Bay ai 
1% a ni Hiid 4 p.A. ' . ~ 
t ViCTURIA-Oi}U UiiAflOS-VANCOUVER 
-Ss Princtaa M ary will Itavt VIclorta at 
10 30 n.m . Tuaxnyb. for Vanrouyar via 
(:u:f i.i.iiicia. 8s Prlncaw Uary'wili artiva 
. V r.'iit via Oulf Ulaiuu ai S M pJT 

M .r.i^' r 

ui.s'i ' AST rrliiceap- MaqiUnna 

if.i .i , . , , : t:,e •.«.!. llth and Jlst ot 
cveiv nun'. I for Purl Alica and way port* 
on t^r V\r.i Coa^'. of Vancouver Uland 

NA.NAIMU • VANCOUVER -8, PrincaM 
Elaine ulii icie Nanauro daiiy. except 
Saturday nncl bunday. Ii>r Vmirouvrr. ai 
7 4i a.m aud 2 3b p hi : S& Piiiicr^a Elaine 
w:ll arrive at Nanaimo troin Vaficouver. ai 
1 1& p m and B 1.^ p ni Ss Princeaa Elaine 
will -laava - -N^HHiMio lor Vi.nruyver. on 

trans-Paclflc steamshlii ' service foriaaiurday orv »\ : t:, a u, . 2 m pin, aua 

.1 9 IS. pm . e.> Pnncet.s Elalna Crrjva ai 

.ScattUv L I. Bntr.s .S'.;til.' ;iP" , Nai.aimo. from Vancouver, pn SaturCMy 



SBAttLE. March 29 m.-^UUk- 

--|i«g another sVep towards completion 
Of arrangements for resumption ol 



pouHtKl gpti*^ra4^ m a n ag er ot tht* -rr- ! •^'^^ «* 1 is p m 



1 Mvlv «t I IS n m and I IS p m : Ss nn 



ce'ntly - formed Pacific North At .st 
Orient al Line b y^thr^nlted SUtf.-. 
Marit ime Commis.'^ion yeste rday. 
fEe Onited States Chamlxr of! 



irare ttaniiTmo tnr \ . 



( oi\c'r on Sf.'.'iay opiy. at 5 43 p ni 
Piiii.r v (i.unr wtll arrive at Nanaimo 
Irom v.'i. ojvcr. on Sunday only, at l.it 



Halibut Fishermen Will Be' 
On Grounds for-Opening 
Of Season 

VANCOUVDl. March 39 «CP>.— As 



Commerce .said today it had word ! 
the four freighters to lie assigned 
soon to the SfaUlftrttirnt run by , 
the Maritime Commission aie the | 
CoUingswortli. the Coldbr»k, the 
Satartla and the Capillo Th-.>y ari- 1 
of the Hog Inland type, rannginu 



SHIP mmim 



f Maritime Federation of Pa^ the f»rst of Vancouver's hallbut fleet ''""^ Th^y Ea^t Indian. EnvHsb Yonth and 

now on the East Coast. ' 



EASTER 

I Holiday Fares 

lo VANCOUVER 



(.'*'' I. ill ».i 1 >tK<i frnm 
\ o i! i; until I :U p.n 



cific Withdraws Pickets 
From Steamer Baranof 



;.t!';imrr B;iriinof for 
'I'liigiit alter "wlthdra\i vi>l«»if l# kcts. 



•MVf 

I I I 

«pril II 



Return 
JFgrt 



rno] (• Iravr Vamoa- 
ihan aitdnltlil. Taaa- 



$3.15 



j bPKan moving today towards the 
fishing grounds in. preparation for 

the o|K-niiii; of ihf fhhinn Viuson 
- April 1. (hffpr«'n(Ts of opinion 

SEATTLE. March 29 »>P). — The , appfiared betworn rpprr.vrntatives of 

Alaslta i ^'^^ Pishing Vessel Owners' Associa- 
Hon aBd the United Fishermen's 
Prdcr.il Union 

Scrrrtaiy Rolph Bremer, of the 
vessel owners, disclosed he had sent 
a letttT to the union dcclarlne hl.s 
avsrrhtion "does not find Itself in 
11 |V)Mfifii' to sicn thr Hnlibut 
.Siiare Boat Agreement, recently 
negotiated ' betwe^ the two groupa. 

Th" owners said they wen- un- 
willing to .sign the acrcement "pw- 
ln« to alloaed Illegal .".fatiLs of the 
Unitod Fl.shermen'.s Union " 

Th e letter r harge.s a breach of tli«" 
unions ( 'institution ' brrau.'^r n*up 



MAIL AND SHIPS 



\r the Maritime Federation of the 
I';irili( wilirh is r-ikii.i: \<> [w up 
opnutions )n ihe Alaska &aliaon 
cunning industry. 
Il^l! J... CorA© Pickets ai.-o wore witlirfrawiV from 

llvliUay laivS !hc Ton;:- ' . :<iiothcr AlH.ska Mcim- 

er. after .ship operators and union 
rcprcsentntlves agreed itelther ves- 
sel would carry eqylpinent or sup- 
pli'v. for .'Hliiim cinnrric. The 
lon^a.^s wa.s po.stod lo .sail early 
tomorrow. 

I n;. II ofTlc a'.' ;iniioiilic f! '.ctrr- 
,:. ■ -he uould pick' I iMl ci.imcry of the annual conventlDn wa.s given 
boat ni;)vem^nts uiuil ''■''!'i"V''>"' . cnly fourteen days t)e.fore the date, 
ahiindpncd "dilatory tacllcfi ' in ' instead of one month.*' It also snys 
rrnrhlnK labor agreement.*!. , th.nt a laree proportion of the 

.nv.mbnrship was dlsfra nchl.se d when 
WA.SHl.NCHON March '.^9 T. — jthc e.X"cutne ruled that only mcm- 
I lie Amerlc.ui Federation of Labor , bers whose dues were paid could vote 
M RMNii. caad la laava ;«raiiir I asked the Federal district court j at the convention, 
toil i.irr than' t) m am. Ta"»«da». ' 1,^^^ ir)dny fo throw out a National j w. T 

rr tii' ;oii. ■ Ui-.ird Older i -^rli 
Return OC l.vin« the w I O inu rnalinial Urns- j owners' letter and said the mntTer 

fjrt , ^p49saB%P I shonmen's and 

. Chnjrrn Halt hart 



WEATIIKR RKPORT 

EfiTEVAN C lo'.d*. iifii i i . \* rM, light 

30 ID SJ. llalil swell. • . 

Ll'iNARD tei^ANTi .Par' cloudy: norUi 
«c«t. liuhi 30 18 1 Kill »>ell. 

PACHENA rioiriy northwest. Iltlit 
3n n j4 liaht swell. 

OAHMANAU - Overeatt: calm; Jft.U 

•m*ll! 

(Kpe BKAl.i:-~Cll»r; calm: li.tO; lui. 



WIKELESS REPORT 



lo SEATTLE 



l,'i'<ii i.iiiNt. all «.ii|.ii«< Thursit.i. 
Xi ' I H until 4:M p.m.. Sanilav 



iOOUl.KluH - Bound Port Ro.v»l. 
Pdi t .MbFr III at | 30 am. 

SOHMAN .MriNARCU Bound P9tt 
benr Irli \ic'oti(i ii" 3 S0 p m' 

STKAIU^Y noiiiiil Va'icoini-r. 44ii ■ 
il.i I.: f?arp Ii<> li< at no,;, 
liPriNOTqN COUHr Bounti t ,. 

irli Alberni at « JO -p hi 

TKXAOA - Bound Taroma t I iiiii 
l»/-dro. 43.1 mill.* rroni .San prdro 
«' |> m 

Hf^ in F Bound' Snii Kranc.TO Irnm 
Wi:!r.iif..;i, leri Wlljii.iii. 'Ol, a' 7 ::n |i u; 

NKOl.AfiU Bound ^a n '-u ir t^TTBWn San 
Pedio. tioo iii:lr\ ^outliweNt o( ' Bitrvan 
at II p ir 

F VFIM.FKill Hr,ii; I p.nmnB 

.Mh'TlK ,1 I I! |l 

UELPruVK Bound Victoria, expected lo I 



Aaatralian Miaalng After Vci 
Sailed From Vancouver 

VANCOUVER. Maiirth 29 <CP) 
Cl^ police and immigration author- 
ities today attempted to trace three 
men reported to have de*erti'<i 

frnm .'liiiiB .'alHir.; fi un V.iii'ou\ i 
Lii.siiKj M"l' olm Aralviel, twenty - 
; two-yraf-old Brltl.sh Ea.st Indian 
jiind ffinild Udertnn, rlsjlitet-n-year- 
jold EiiL'l'.'h youth, were r^pcrt?d 
' ini; 111'-; whin ilif .S L,wiy Olanely 
cleared for New V.'esimini>ler. 

William L. T h o ni a s. steward 
I atoard the R M s. Arranvi was nut 
{aboard the .ship when .she .sailed fol- 
I the Antipodes. 




T^DAY JUbeiirst Day 
of^'The Bay's'' 
Pre-EasterS A L E ! ^ 

And it's a timely opportunity to (cltct Easter outfits for tht ciitirc family at important savings . 
Style-right clothing for men, women, girls and boys . . . furnishings and equipment for >our home 
... alt 3t low sjle prices Check every item of your 8-pagc Broad^dc shop early and save! 

CHARGE PURCHASES Made Today and Friday ' 



Payable by May 





Stocic Up at Tliese Special 

MONTH-INDIRICES! 

■■^^ Check over these food specials note the savings You'll be pleased 
how mu(|h farther your dollars will go by shopping at TfiE BAY . . . and 
every item is of dependable quality. Telephone £7111 for prompt service. 

These Prices for 3 Days . a . Today, Fri.. Sat. 

AND VIOE T A B LES ^ 



~fmfc Fraiti and vtgtUblct arc abtindint in htalNi giving vitamint . . . CkooM fbeiii from I HI MTS bif« aad clioice 

tclcctlen which arc kept frc»li and crisp and cool with our modem equipment. - — ' * 



POTATO SALE 

I Kanloop^ 

1.79 



Aahcrari 

Drrbalt. 
%aeli 



Ralaba-. as oi 

10... 



»'ikr Turnipn 

25e 



I id I Kll/l N r Rl I I > 

\Mi \ I I.I I \ai 

I I h I 1 •■•Ird Mrnu hi r 
rirs, l.osanbrrrlr« Ka^ti 

iirrrtaa ana Charnrs i 
rarlan 

for 

(rrsli liosleiJ 1i4rdrii 
r-a- l.'-Oi. 
r.i rtofi ..... 



23c 

1i4rdrii 

23c 



( hairr Rhakark. 

per Ih. .... 

Hrid 
LetlHre 



O K. Drr 
Onlnn« 

Hulk 
< jrrnl« 

Ne» 

ratalaaa. . 



2 Inr 

1 0 ... 
15 1. 

4.M 



5c 
15c 
33c 
25c 
25c 



H< HaMall at, per ilo'rn 

15Cf 25e» 36c 



( nm^ In anil <ii«pr< \ nui 
l.t r r ain* li 4>f .1 .inir ^ f It* w r i 
.»r-.l \ n rt^mr Srrd* f«»r r.iri 
pf .4 it t in It . 



10c 



APPLES 

Milnlosh r.'.l 
» .III. . 

.1 1 

drill Mius 
>l 



4 I, 25c 

5 .ka 256 



I'r aft 



2w25c 



ORANGES 

I .1 1 > r sankial) 9 A ^ 
H,„ . OUC 

Medtaw alaa, 

dot 

5 95c 

< h<>i' r N« I r Ik. 



20e 

iC 

1.15 



PHONE 
E7iU 

Ii vou cjnnot thep m 
p:noii, lake .advantage 
ol HicM bar^aint by 
I'lfoning in voui o'dn 
. . Order 6z\V 
open* at I A.M. 



(baite Maabra 

■>er lb 



I nil Wbilr 

. I .* I , r In » "I . 



336 

15c 



im I Ai I 



\pril .1 



Burge.s.v, ..ecrttary of the 
union. d>Tllned to comment on the 



j shon men-s and Warehouaeipen'a j wUl "be dlacuased at a Joint meeting 

Union. Dtstrici No 1. as exclii.slve next week. 

barRalnini^ reptesrntatlvo. for long-' 

' '.horrmen on the Paclfle Coaxt. 



Teacliers and 
Students 

limiiiir 4hnul sprrial f\(riiilrf. 
lime llmili far Trarhrr« anil 
PhiiII* af t'anadlan Krhaala anri 
Calletaa. 



Bargain Excursion 

TO 

SEATTLE 

niUY, INIL 7 



PrinccM Charlotte 

l.lllM. 

\ II i<iri.i a 111 a.m. 
Kt. Seattle I l.% a.m. 

aKTl KMMC: 

L«. Saallla « Mf l>.M. 
hr. VUlarta ICiM a.m. 

$2*00 



Mil 



Rt I I KN 



i lulJrcaJl.alf I are 

0 I uneh tAe Ulnner 1> 
0 Hlaiernnm* al all' n. . i .i 

^ rmillMunu* 1 nffer s.ilo(in srrxnr 

0 I \'^i'~inn Itrkala oalr banareil nn 

1 1. ... 1 1,1.1 ». 





TRAVEL 
BARGAINi^ 

Front and To 

VICTORIA NANAIMO 
COURTENAY and 
PORT ALBERNI 

on 

MARCH 31 - APRIL I 

ROLNn TRIP 

Victoria Duncan .SI. (10 

Victoria Nan.iimo !(<l.Mr> 

Victoria Port Alberni ^11. Mi 

Victori«-Courten»y ... ^3.50 

Corrtspondingly Low Fires to 
Other Points 

Children. 5 Years and Under 12. 
Half Fare 

Return Limit to Leave 

Df^.tination Not Later 
Thjn April 4 1939 

NO BAGGAGE CHECKED 
Ask the Ticket Agent 

EsqiiimiH i Iimirp 
Railway _ 



PRrae WITH 

SILVER SERVICE 



♦ .rneral Pa.ssrnger ,\Rrnt of C ..\.R. 
.\nd Rail Veteran ofl Fifty Yean 
MoneM by eaileacvea 



.irrlve tttu avantne. 

SmPPINO CALRNDAB 
TO ABRIVt, 

PACIFIC EXPORTER Lrfited Kinertom 
March JI. 

f Mi'iiKSa OP HUsaiA -China. Japaa 

Mircli 2"i 

SAL>eiA Uniiea Klnifnnni M.nrh a-j 
IIEIAN MAnu iVancouven - Japan 

DEl.f-iDYK - Rouerdam -ana 
March 31 . 

TO DtPART 



Sol id Mot(n'ship 
W r^ked in Siorm: 
Alt Creiv Rp»cued 



MOSCOW. March 28 .1'. - Tl 
Soviet motorship Ch^lyiiskjnpt 

0 ."iOS tms. wxs wrfC'l;;'d in IV tliciiM. 



London 



iwalMs. nfwsp^pers reiwrl -d to<ii»\ 

I The .ship. ''which recently voyaged 
aronnrl ihp wrriri w;i'. nrrj Tallii; 
: ran .Tjrmind dunni; a .-torin Mon- 
day, and broke in fwo. 

The .•^l-'amei; Ashkhatjiad'.s'ived thr 
rrr*>>f rhirtv-.'lx ' ~ 



n. 



HII MARU I Vancouver! - Japan, uiircb 



V.\N'COU /En M-ifch 29 Back 
I In 1889. O^jotge A. NjtcNlcholl. no* 
General paAenger anient. Canadian 
National Rill hva-.s. fmr^ed hLs .srrv- 



IVHEN MAILS CLOSE 

RRiriSII .MAII N 

Mariii 24. Niniw Ani.-.tprdnin 



■ IHuftes Over Victuria 

U n d o r .S.-Mndrn.M-I ■ .uji'i- Hull 
tlvof seapl.Tiies of the Rnval Cnna- 
I dian Air force from Jericho Beadi 
' flew over Victoria yritefdiy. .Tt"- 
I' 111 . Marrh 21 1 10 ii I arrtved over t|ie citv shorn iv nftrr 
l>iHl,rM of York air mail ei;.»e, n oVIorfc he<»drd for Ejsqiilnialt 

W'l'."!''- 'lir>\ ITIIini'li^ff lllltll r;|I'' 

afternoon, when Ihev tocjk ofT on 

ainland 



air ; 



nail ri' 
<irch 3 

I pm. Marrh 2« 4 p ni Mnrrli Id Nor 
nandi' via Ni-w York »ir lmii rli'Sf. ■ 
r> ni . March 31 I Ii) p ni March 29 
Aquiiania, air mall cloae* fi pm. April I . 
|4 pm, March 30. MnnhatiAn via New the. r2tum fliRht to their 
Vork *lr mail co-r^ S pm. April 3 hn«;»» 
_ , , 4 p II- . April t Oii'<Ti 'Mari. \ui Nca. T-V 

es for $1 .'(0 a \\r-^)f. in liLs home "^"'^ ""■ " ' p in . Anfii .-, i ii 

.o.„ „, M„.,„,-„ „,„„. ^z-^''Z,:.?'r^r^;,,T)fiz. cu,.<ai„ W ill Ih- 

' Arris A\» ^^ ko\ 



of .Mont!.-a| filling packages 
of candy for the .slot machincti oflvV,^;* 



Hi- iiinri (ollocted his 



.10. 



April in jr 

4 1' m M . 1 



fALTSPRINC l$L4ND 

DAILY SAILIIiQS 



.'alary He ' " 
.qml at the elid pf the first week to lla'se.tlie 

I join the Grand Tnink Railroad .i;ift ! Ai staAnA and m w /,r\i \m> 

thr bos,s held out fi>i \vn wrrks 4 pm. March 26 
notirr or tio .s„la,y Tlir .secon.l joo , 

lasted a .lifetime ,o date .nd ; .p., a'p!;!T r.^pr "'r.... 
omcers and .stafT o»Tlcially lerotmv.'ivl 
1 It this afternoon when th -y ,sur- 
!H i rd the general pa^vsenaer a^ent 
in liLs Office a^nd pfesisnted him «iui 
I sflver service. ' " ' 

The oepa.»;lon wa.s one rrl"'i: iImu 
Mr McNichoir.s compleiion nrxi 
.Saturday of fifty years' .service with 
Canadian .National Railways 
I ila predeoaHMM- e om | >ii f H« l 
I half century, he ha.s »pent thiru 
jtVo years on the Paciflr Co.im and 
; two-;iur(l.s of these In V>iK'f>iivei 

Aliriost as well known in isan 
rr a wlw wa an d B kag w ay a.s U i Vnn 
ciuver. Mr M -Niclxoll i.s prob.ibl.\ , 
.he dean of pa-^srnger men on thi- 
Panfic Coa.«t Ur ha.s watched the 
tourl*.l_ Indu.stry grow froni ,v)!it- 
liiinjt piwnoted by the travel ^oni- 
(Vir.los to a nia ;or nctlvlty o! i*, i,- 



ano 

Of Wv ' 



Mnr.tffer. via 8a n 

ro. 

CHIKA AM 

4 p r.i 

Nn.NOLt'itt MAII s 
11 l i P m.. March 16. ;7 2». 2I Apni l 
4. S. « p pi . April t: N.aaara 
i«M\i( « 

I ■ ' M .April 1. 

Oil » S I II Mil II I I I |N| ^Nn<> 

I i.u-. :u-' April 14 • .'!■ M.. 

' ^^■r 1 j 19. Ma, J 

n. 31. via rr.ii, . [■ .,- ■ • . ^ . 



viiicial. btale and Kcderai uovern* 

»aueril# 4H1 arm 

;mento. . ^ tiJu^Te it V n 

VANCOiL\/^£R SHIPPING 



PAIlt 
If iwwtt l«T 



fXCEPT WtDNlSOAY 
. .^f X aet 



Fares 



Awtomobilct' »1iKtaj l t a o.4ftf «f > 

Pastengert 



4 00 i «< 
am 

TSc It Sl.SO 
2Sc 



I «>x«rfycfa ..... .. . < — ,i, ^m— 

Trucks includmg drt»c.' . $1 25 t» $2O0 t!!?"^ * ^"Z"*' "Ontt^fl 

Morarcvclci iwcMmf 4^iftt) ^.^ 



foi 



Fu'thct lot rmjtton and ' 



S0( 



CoKk Ci«aa .»> lea r . 



1 



i 




CULF IStAHDS FERRY CQ 
LIMITCO 



"COASTINO C'RA£T 

virroRiA V A.NcOfvrrr- - •»«- Ptinrp-. 

K.1-: VCM Ml H Prih.ejK Ma:.' ;c; -r 
>■ f v.iK.ria tor VlncQiuJir daiv 
I 'i.' C I. Pripce^^ KatMjen ' r.t 

Pr.'i.ie-. «iir»"'ier;fe irfll "afrlvi' "at 
VirtnriA rfajiv \' .. . i- rr at J H p m - 

PTMVfj'- .! . ..I'i Ol . t'r.nre.vn Flieai>et 'i 
r*- r* Vlctoi.a dail>, ror Vancnuvrt al 
12 m iuiif - a» ..Prtneenii Join n Pun- 
rr'" F':/iheih itiil »tr'\f at VMir'a f'f>T 
V» • i<:\ »•■»■• 

\ : ■ '•! A PT-A ni I- r f^^ k-. - 

;ef . prnirrt* •! .fc.-; f» . 

I f . for <^ra.' » rt • »! » .1. >,, 

- n- Pt.:.cf- M.i 

e at . V rtor a' dai.'j Iron- 
m Sn Irofiiif,!< i.ll "•e-'e 
V r'nr.a d«ilr Mr Suiilt ai I I) « m . s> 
' %iii arrift at Victoria" froin 8fatti* 

. « . V , t i »» a nr 
virrontA'POfiT anoclm - a* iro> 



i Suii!^ on Sunday 

._ • 

T^^ Hol- Pa"^inii will he told i; 
.'•one end rrci'afr.r liv the FairleVI 
UiD'od riin. h flioir at '!" rv.^Tiin::' 
■;eT\r" Ol: l'',ii; Siipfia'- v lirn 
StainrrN r;iiuiii.n. The Crurifixion, 
will be rrnderrrt 

t'lu' T tlio I'nd'-rshin •>'. 't.^^', Isa- 
helle Pik" A T f " M . tlir cl oir h.' 
beon,prarti.smB for the p«j>f «ix ' 

• even. w"ek.«, r.nd. a worihv. prrforti 
' rfre of this e'<otii..He muslral m.'s 
fenil-ce. vi'li I's Ine/T?*"'- <■ r"' 
pi«-asc.'! and rnr^.ine rnicifixinr 
fhoruse.s. ls*nMi:'d 

A W. TrfV-'t.! will f.akr flvi- 
<-olrc.. whilr- Robert Hiisb.<iid u,;. 

• i.i.R' th*^ trnor T?'-Td« nivtr^c ' 

-rri l'lf « '1 hr rri;;V- rl b\ Mr . Ciy 

n'e Cim/f-u* — M." P'vc. Rlrhard 
Mr Trr- rtt and Mi Hii.>.<->Hnd 

LILLO.OET BC ^Iflfch ^ 
.Jfw Tnm. t!)re r-v»at-oU l ■ii.(.n... 
' :i:ld \\a, killed ye'l"rd-»A' o.iici» 
P.'rir< Or' .T F ■ • ri iV' 

< truck TTm vlrl'- : ' < .■•.ii<» bf- 
tr.wn 'lir ira'.k ' m > p'iA'€ flfWe: 
mile.s soiHli of here - . 




H B C QUALITY TEAS AND 

r 1 . i ' r s 1 

45c 



COFFEES 



Nil 1 llrnk'ii Oranir Prkur I r.t 
\ MUiliM ten nf mod ^Irrnxth 
■ iifl (iitr f lA I r>r Reg 
*i »' sprrial prr Ih 



59c 



I ort Vnrk Tea. A rirl ' mu" 
nrH blind. CC#% 
I III pkl 936 
\n I (.nlitrn Tip lljnrrllni 
Tea Hi-K nU r >l ' . QQm 
lb. tirr, I.I OvV 
•Ji Ibv lor gl.tfS 



I II. 



I iirl I ..I I I ^ f ullrf I h/ I .i' r s| 
I n; frp pAt krd in tin« 
I lb lln 

I III I I ark < ol li • 
I ;trunm-parlied 

I III 

1^ rr.hl. I , I mill I ( iil I rr I I- . 
Ml Ala I't ucr.s^rd. III. prr lli 

^r>r. 36r. 3&<- 

fa. m f Mir f I.I ) nr . 
1 lb. pkl. 



38c 

r I 1- - I 
■•rr III 

45c 

h a nil' 

65c 



rarhan Rlead Tea 

Hrt '.'»r ••OPi lal. lb 
I ouiil r ^ I lull Ira \ 
^ua|i|> niokrn Uraiiir t'r <>t 
I -Ik. pkt. 
»»r 



49c 

\ f i.r 
r Vt *»r 

70c 



Hirakf/I»l R'l lid In \i. 

■ . onaateallir prtrr i i'> 
iiriular tar 4 Cm 

. rial, par lb. 
:i Ik*, far tl.llS 

P. 



CANNED FRUIT, VMCTABLES AND JUICIS 



ire .".'». 1". 

for 28c 

Ilrin. It.Mal 



3 

ii.i 

llr 

2 



i lit I rrrn 
(II 1". o I 
I III. I or 

i:: iin^. lor mi/m 

(inldrn H a a I a ai I nm 
lounlm Riat. Il-aa. tin' 



23c 



3 or 28e 



I III h In lour e J 11 1 r 
I' liim* 



\>lmer (irmiiair 
I 4r«» t'n'a. 
l"r tin 

2 ti"» »»r :i."»r 

Roval 4 H» I'ra. m' 
i; or M 
lln £ tor 

I > nil t allr> Pra'-hrt. 
I irie ■."»■». lln 

2 l!na for 19^ 

N.I .* ni • h H* I r ' I ' r . 

2 27c 



180 



k:7c 
25c 



at 



ii I ill ., vp,, lal rrlata aM Baft 

«aan rta l.oaanbrri ie«. J't 
aaaal at. « fk^ 

per Ita ■ I OV 

2 (la> (ar :ir,t 
Rural ( ilv 

\ pi 11 M ~ * I'll 

^ i.i.> i.i ir><- 

\Um''r loinalnr. I..irie 

• t O till 

Or Phillip I ' I ' ■ III 

3 2Gc 



23c 

I . .f r ■ r 

31c 



ArlMrr (leap* Jaler. m m 

2 ur 23e 



4.in..i N»p'i White I ol 
I . n> 
lln< 



Taatata luire 
l.lkh>'«. II' I Of till. 

12 l•'<^ I'r Hitr 



far 28c 

7c 



2 21c 



lill. It.iilril llinnri 

r.iii- 
.11 

llrdlulldA 

P Inlet 

.il 



3 

A"i 

3 



I I UN 

A*norlrd 



lln« 



27c 

M'al 

25c 



( lark'a.Taaiata KelVhi.r i: 

I r 1 5C 

\>lmrr eork .and Rran- In 

•t. IIIM 

at ' <9 Inr 



3 .nr 22c 



FLOUR SPECIAL— FOR THE MONTH END 

Bakin Nna«. flf* BMca. ■4wat i ■■■iaa«a aal rarif 

■•.t III vxk 4'l III •■tk 'in lb <ark 

83c I 1.59 2.99 



i I'lirr I or 

l i. per tin 
. Ilrlmet 4 »r/>rt 
ae«r. I'!-*!, tin 
neklra. Happ. \ «i. 
HOar or Slu^ULL4 
Miij^d. .l.' nf. lar 
H . n« n M 
NKcae ^ lb« 

I' ird Oat f—t, 
I in 




~ucBr B.C. rinett firana- 

iM-it. e|f-» 

I' II. aark U9lp 

.M lb. 

•aik ...... 

lit Ih. 

>4> k 



1.25 
5.65 



BREAKFAST 



iiiik Uiiakrr 
I >r(P pkl. 

2 pkis Twr 2»»r 



FOODS 

15c 



BISCUIT SPECIALS 

I 'r . n' 

19c 



I r r A.^arlrd 

rilli-d itl«r.lt« 

M, 

\1 . I .. r n. . Il > I 

I f r 1 HI *tt . 

I II. pkl' 

I R • lliinr. 

Wafer.." 

pkt 

lljnilet a ealm 
W >frr aia'all* 



15c 
15c 

23c 



I utr.lr tt a« Paper. 
I. -..It roll. kl. 
rviherlllp Cake 
rin.r. pkl 



27c 
23c 



irii n 



3 

k ■ 

3 



4'...rted na%oi. 

isr 

ril nun* at 

23c 



phi 

t-.or rd 



see4le«i Ral>ln< l.llibi .. al 

2 Ik. 27e 

Wded M Oift 

Rai.lii. b lb. W I W 

A P«|k 

rrr-h k t lb« KWW 

r'i.ii'« Ml .11. from f all- 

3.b,. 23c 

Palled Hi: 
per lb 

2 lb., lar-35^ 



18c 



BAKERY SPECIALS 

M'l.ran'. ««i.« 0R#» 
li'i'l.. . dat. ■ Cvie 
I'nperlat frail 

I . k > I. • r I h 
M > 



^8c 
25c 



lul k I' 



17c 



VANCOUVER. March 29 <CP) - 
Tlif new Knutsen Line frel|hlri 
Ms Ida Bakke. arrtved In Vancoii 
ver today with half a doser - 
sengera. Captaitv A Zachana.s«'ii 



Klntdom. port.i> The speedy vearei 
-wUl load alnrast 4.000 tons of tmin 
and gene ral carg o for her outward 

vojraac.' " ■ . 

The big yacht Fat\tome.* owtt' ' 
bv Hon A E Gulnne.'.s,' left fo; 
Sr;»ftle after I Ji'tsJ^-^nii rr'il.'i^ o.' 
Bnn!<h Cohimbla's coa^t.il waiers 
The oT*.<^ral~st*ilefjr7o lmpres.««^ 
•:ie BruLsh' financier he. i)lans fn 
• ontiinie the crutte 9f the oopat to* 
iOne time. 




iUCOrtobt^oocf / 



eANDY SPECIALS 



>mall ( a^anal 



2ac 

23c 



rre.h sail") 
Pa^pirtv. lb . 
%4 tr.hmatl.w 
Mlled Mr. 

ia«a - — ~ 



15c 

( f ' rn 

5c 



4^ rntft 

pre M> 

'< am* la iaad ^ Oar i akaa^fele'lian .air Altra*ti*f K«*t 
N*«»ltl«« and f aadif* 



Wild Rose 
Pastry Flour 



I nr sar<ea.fai Rak 



in III 
> i< Il 
'I lb 
.,•> k 



.«•••«••« 



47c 
1.07 

BIRKS PINEAPPLE 




'<ipe_isli.UI 
u.rlaa* Iralt. 
-ii'ed. cabe^ 
iiid I ru«hri1 



34c 




lahnaaa'. fitanl Mt 

r > 1 r \\ . V |.i I I 



'59c 
SALMON 




1 If rl 



i\M« M Mt.M tl till 
.• .mer Pare Uraate M 
Ude 

or lae 
^hirrift a 'l»Brf OraMc 
ni^ladr ' , 

I iin 

t imrr »tra»b»rr 1 
Um I lb, tia ' 

I mpi'v/ AprltOI 
lam l-lh tfq 
Raarra' '.e a p. 

• p»r lln » 

II 1 H.n>'«. 
I ^ or I' I in 
flirk. -.hrimp *t * 



25c 



49c 
49c 
49c 
34c 
57c 

nf III > 

29c ^ 
SOc 



Ra lln« 
^ ■ I • Tailel ^ larfr 
I .-II* f-ralla 

I.ll n- RlBjt», ... — OOdk 

I ri. pkl bVW 

••ellarr'. \ 
I ornf'ake. O 
K-M»>f-t A 
a I'r Kii.nir. M ihu 
Waln.f rterri t.ithi 
MiVr ^r Ik. 



pkl. 



28e 

25c 
2:8e 



r tirre . lUamond I rab 
M' .1 per tin 



I ifektioy M 
-•>tt " rake. 
!■> a rl U blC Ho.p a i 



4lir> 



28c 

21c 
.25c 



I ar In. 



19c 
17c 
5c 
19c 



• iM liui. b O 
( lei i.rr C 
l.rapr.S.I. 
per pkl. ' 

rairaea Mflk* 4ti kiady 

R>hr IIR*, tarh 
(all p 
Im. M Inr 

for 
Per 

ra.' 

- or a rtiniKe Malaaar. 

pr, iia I OC 

•i «. pe^ 



4.25 

18c 
2U 



~ M l". I li I I I I * 



Quality MMts, Dollcattssons and Provlsiofis 

FROM OUR SERVICE SECTION PHONE E 71 11 

25c I ..'" : " 28c I 



MM h ' III I - I 

II'. Ir.-- 



18c 



ra i I "fT C b '''I.* 
Owl t fcll uaaliti ar IraMr tallri 



3,b. 85c I EGGS 



'.rade 4 l/»rtf. p»r 4*1. 
Medium prr dor 



Jllr 



H R ( I Oohf II ^11 \ T 

V PM I ti r 11 
t ircinia n.ia 

rrd aer lb. . . 
r •! R-»|. 

.... 

i: .M pork 

pr r \h ~' 

Prrord BrLkeK 
per tk 

tt»a4 ( her** atxed. 

pee t1>- » - 



eoc 

55c 
60c 
35c 
20c 



sMORin Mr t r 
l.epder Made ( .Mat 
iUII.. per lb 
•;er Raran. Mai ^ 
<l«aUt>. pvf Ik 

99r Iki 1 1 

■ lir>d Arraaiff B«R 



28c 
35c 
42c 



.•r Ih 
e'f II 



I nri«r arrttAi rn < 

il'tn.rr . KreaUa 
»e» '.I if( , ..a - 



Krall ' Ik !.-«> 
.re. per b.l 
I'fn.lt RIae 
p>r Ik 

M« n"d Ml«»rla 
per Ik 

'-■.#«ft«RM*»ii -■ 

»*f Ik. 



16c 

-60c 

45c 
34c 



. ^ ri> n » acaN Ml \ i ■ 

: 28c 

Bri*fc»4 Baef. | 2C 

25c 

218 



per lb 

H B ( rare Park 
•aa.ate per Ik 

m Pa'eb Tkap*. 
per Ik 



lb 



2SC 



I H « ri ti ( Mil - I 



18c I 



I Ik 



340 I '^V^S 



158 



m 



^0 



THE OATt.Y C V 



. . v~ ' _ : X \ ■ \ , 

n ^rrn^TORTA. ^ C ' 'M RSDA V. \j.VRCH 30. 193*> 



BOY SCOUTS 10 
GREET LEADER 



What Today Means 



Pa 



jj?ally in Honor of Lord 
Tweedsmuir Expected to 
Aitract 600 Youths 



Six hundred Boy Scouts oX Vtc- 
tdrU aiMI , dUtrkt will f athcT on 
th« Heywood Avenue (oottetl field 

of B*acon Hill Parle to honor Lord , This 
'I wecdsmuir, tlie Chief Seoul ol uiai 



C»nad/i. on flat^day ■fternoon »t 

3 o'clock. In addition to hearlnj; 
from their chlff, th-; huge rally will 
uiir^ejMi the investiture of Hon. Erie' 
w . H a m b er , - X l t ut enantj Qoveruor. 
tit a Scout, and the prebentatlon 
of three medal* of mcrli "to herole 
Scoul.% •) _ 

UitiS THdreedmnulr wnrHcriS-TaF 
' trol leader for the afternom. and 
.. Major james WIm, dlatrlct commls- 
aloner. will pin ih»^fcota badge on 
Mr. Hatnbcr, who wUl Ulan make 
' the Scoift promlae. . A. royal ul- 
lute will be >oun(3ea bv a bimlor 
to signify the arrival of the du>- 
-rr-itogulabed effictaU, and- the boys 

'.will C.'in-. r nr.fl st.Tves, 

_ _ KLV\AUU TKIO 

Robrrt- Ooe, Donald Anderson 
ajid Robin Tr.ut^. limp inrmbers 
of St. Mary s Troop. Oak Bay. will 
be rewarded for their bravfry In 
r&sculng two mm from (irow^yygf- 
iri CanoeTftSs; whru 



If March 30 m your birthday, the 
beat houn for you on thla date are 
from 10:1S a-m. to 1-3:15 pm: from 

3 15 to 5 15 pin and fryrn 8 15 to 
10 15 p .T). The danger penod^ are 
from 9A^~io 4Mk>i-4f»*'i^ 
to 8 IS p.m.. and from 10:15 until 

Dtla tery - 4actiea wltt^ltely Involve 
many pioplt in trouble this day, 
so be careful not to procraaUnate. 
U a day to start negotiations 
might advance -your mlei«*te. 



as tht average person atoould be 

rc<»i>llve to ldea.1 and mformaiiun. 
Be patient with anunalfi, iof iheir 
dervous systems^^e apt to be tx* 
Uwmely aaaaltlve to-harsh topea or 
d lMT Osdao t noU e«. ind ivi dual pecuJi- 
arlilea will crop oul quite no..c(',ibiy 
u n l ess cflo rt U> made to control them 
fmpuMref 



,riy mil Help cprniij PI lire ~. 

Pr ov ide D e nial l UfLiartL I Lrtl'U 

f OR ADDRESSES 



in Con- 
nection With Royal Vis^ 

By ^tate Otticials 



ni e vV 



do many kind deeds 



ge n ii e ai^ 



A prt-Easler tea will be hc'.d b\ 
;l.« Hubert Burm McMicklng Chap- PpQcgjj^jpg Changed 
ter. l.QS>X^ at the home of IUm ' 
norttUtf HMi, 13«5 Rockland Ave?., 
nue on Raturda\ aftrrnoon from 3 
to 5 oclock. Mi.^:> Connie Clxrow 
and Miss Otedyr^Pavnaend.art eeo> 
vening the affair to which members 

Of I.O.D.B. chapters and the Inter- 
est^ pubUe^are^ lnvlt«d. 

Mr.v. F O Ai(l«)u* MiiH ' a 

t'roup of contralto solob, accom- 
pan ied by Mrsi..C»C. Warn at the 
piano. Violin selections will be. 
played by MU* 'E Anderson, and. 



Addrcb^d from ciit&s and m 
here mere is an olf 
handiul dhnKtly to 
the maydr or rtwve. 
&tead of being handed to a dcMi; 
nated member of Their Majesties 
sti^MtMSfvieualy directed. 

While formal appro<vaI ot -the 
BritistL—Coiumbia programme is 
I awaited; local plan^ at vanou-. cen- 
-jrtrea may-^iave ^-be varied con.sid- 
ferably. It wa* Indicated yesterday 
at the PTO\lodMj9g^iet1Xft^» 




the ramlflcationr^fld 
<k>llni H ^lneg long 



TlialgHWlMlal OlMMIIlHUl lU iili»i>; 
with the Royal vLsit - in May ha.•^ 
received ^tlce from the oliite ol 
the SeereUry of State. Ottawa, thai 
addressir frptt reUfious bodies 
charitable and other organization 
should be-Jnadc to ttie "Secretary. 
Tiitef ae^wmeh tiii committee on 
Royal VlslfTRodm T2 



p 




egpr—rioo .^igjiitelw in 

::u lue" evidences a custom of the 
a.i> o: old— itill surviving lustily— 
of building' royaL—atruciurc.s with 
hidden paasaces— ' back stairwayc 
-rrwhlch sere used by secret fuwt.s 
or councillors. 

Only tho^e da^Cly aA.-'Ocialed witfi 
or highly esteenW by the rultnc 

ha<f a o'e esa l e th es e 
vate routes, whose eitlstenoe. how- 
< vcr was frequently common know)- 
I edge. a& wa^ often the identity of 
j those using them, 
i Indeed, they it was who cfme to 
be known as "the powers that be" 
or "ihe power bc-.';ii:d liit- tlironc.' 
Mid 11 was said of them— mark ol 
dlstincl&n— that they mfi t t iapa 'a l e 

, "»Hiffliitt>rf uinnttHt." 



^PORT ALBERN! 
PS WIRELESS 



ovcx -iba provlnee.' Cnd ti~ 
daily tw0'Wa\ loinniiuiurt; imh un- 
der almost all coudiiioti!> ol wcalhcx. 

Several times In the..»ti^ tT" 
ilood-s. Atorma or other mWfWKBK~ 
the wifirless chain ha^ prored In- 
l**§JHLlJjifalu«t>4«» lo Oovernmcnt. ofticea 
b< >ng wuiely used by all 4e» 



liei-e. 



"BACKSTAIRS INFLLENCE" 
Backstairs influence —It is 
! phrase reminiscent of the courts 



QlIlCluanVAY 



the (id. ornor 
presents them with merit medal.s. 

It .was on July IS of last year 
tmt the young aeouts-' saved the 

l.^r.s ot Chris Harri-Oii and Mr 
filaplcA wtien the latter t craft 
overturned in the pass. 



many people ii 

thla day. pt daily in llic bc.->lo*al 
of gift£, as well as giving their tune 
freely when it will heipa Irlend. Mar- 
ried and engaged couples, and (hose 

who a;c di.>< u.. ui.; iiiauuuuuul 
proKspectit opiimijiticaUy, mu;>t not be 
aahiimed or' afraid to admit any 

mLstake which they rnaki- this day 

. IX a woman and March 30 i* your 
birthday, n frank nature may~uiakc 

you. on occasions; rxprrss youropm- 
loiis too freely lor your o.vn good. 
You must overcome any tendency 
^Jfltt-jnigllLjMat- tO^ AdVMM L, to 
eorwlf uetlve criticism. iTie^rihc art .s 
ought to appeal to you. c.^|K'ciaiIy 
mu:>lc-. Uuard agalnbt allowing yuur 
superabuntfkhce of enlliUSIlBnr^ 
iii.tlcf \ou ranipiiiit on any .-^ubiril 
Be caielul tiiat your per.ioiial al-. 
tachment does not blind<~y0a~to 
M?Jor H B Hunter, f wjj,!!^ I your friend!) fault* to the 

rtl. Irlrf <oiiiiiiis.sioner; W R. Bardu- 'extent that you confide too freely in 
le> . district scoulmafcter. and Mr.s "i* Vou. in all likelihood. wiU 
A. H- C. Phlppa, assistant district H'"* yourself in a pobilipn lo wield 
Cub commLs.Moner. are i n '^charge , much good infl uence over a number 
"Wf' nrriii. III- III !o. th" rallyl 'o^ 'people. 'leacTiinK. paTnliiu' .dug- 
^ At the conclusion of the aOair. | musical line ol activity 

•eottta win 6e treated to lee cream. I wrlUnt or selling can be flfiured 
the gift of Mrs. Hamber. among the indu;>lrioua enterprises 

. — . ' - that inlRht be advantageous tor you 

0U> STUFF '" '^'■f- In. Your opporiunity lor 

~ makmg a great success of your mar- 

A producer announces that he has ried Ufe appears to be unlimited, 
just sUried work on a film which j u , „a„ juid March 30 l, your 
will be the smash fiTTof the decade, ' ngt^i dgy_ y^^^ greatest blei.tiin« 
To.. i;.i.' Thf y >how if at the locEl , be an optimistic halure. After 
cinema f very oilur week. ' ^,,,.1,., „f ..^^ ^owas. Litdy 

Lucl; Will more than make up to 
WITH A FULL . j j^^j j^^,. v.hatcver you have had toj^^ 

A New York dentist ha.s Riven up \ 'mdure. As a Journalist. artif,l law- 
hls prneflpc and become the leader .vf. [wet. fvale.". agen t, promoter, pol- 
nf M dHUc- band It. i.s iinder.vtoiKl ' " i<'i'*'i tlerKvman or inventor your 
hi*-s*gnature tunc Is; • Tile Yank.s , opportuiillie« to make monc:^ shoulci 
Are Ooinlnf ^ • ; be uulirtjUed. 



.she Will be .i( com panied- by MIks | Ottawa " 

Ursula Hill. Miss Clirlsilne McMann 1 li 1* not coii^idered practitable. ^ -BacksUirs influence —It is a 

is in charge of the programme. ]Tt-inar.-e«irialned,- that such ad- 1 phrase reminiscent of the courts of ; What is the quickest way to the 

Proceeds Iroiiv ilie tea will po to- [ ilxttgeg «hould be^ himded dirc<fUy| kings T«id the ^^^^^ of prince.* of police station?" 

membei'' of Tliiir Majestles''^'yesteryears, whose^'^iJlltage of m- "la'mltlng an officer if, the quick- 



ProviMcial Pohcc Install 
Twenty-Sixth Station in 
Growing Cham 

Tlie BntL-h Cohiinbia i^olue :n.- 
staUid their twenty -aixth short- 
wave -wtreteas station yesterday. !>e- 
lecting Port Albernl for ~5~ shore 
station in connection with boat sets 
used on patrol 
dovni the wpst 
Island. 

' 8U6-irBp«cior' 



i>artir.ent.s of the Ph>vinclal service 
wliei! the nee<l hiim-*. ^ 

llie new station at l^ort Albrrm 
will have a range, sufficient to itjjk 

It with Vi(-ton.T HI w.tli o;ln-:- sta 
tions. bi>tlt ac.iiorr and ailuat, up 
and down the West cisaat,. 



launches ' up an^ 
coaat -of. -Vancouver 



f . Clar t l W l l in 



AD.^(;E RKV.VMPEII 

Ihe man who- tind.s it dif limit 
to .-ettle do^n iiLone place lor any 
len^jth ol tiipe rarely - b»xomcs en- 
gaged to be.nianied..' sav.s a wriler 
A^mlllng ' • --^^^^^^ 



TRINmsO 



ward.s the chapter . lund lor provid 
ii;n dental work for the blind 



o a 

.staff. 



trigue is perpetuated with all tho e.>-t. I guess." 



Wlrele&'< expert.^ went up the 1.^1 ind 
Ho see the iitsta llation of the new 

- ^ "A man^lr like a l amp ni c k," sa y » 

FYom Iti. inception some- — year s-rne country .-lige a" l.e geu 
ago, the short-wave wlrelesa sy&tejw-^ iihiime d lots of times beloir lie gets 
lused-by the loice has spread all ; thf. r ight f l ame 

— ■ _^ _ ^ . — — , -- . - - — — ^ I' iM 



The PailxJ3ross-Word Puzzle 



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15 



61 



96 



41 




SI 



42 



24 



TT 




17 



25 



ill 



18 



26 



49 



57 



58 



1. 
4 

13. 

IS. 

14. 

15 

17. 

If 

31 

22. 

U 

29 

33. 
)4 
3\ 
37. 
St. 
40 
42 
44 
'44. 

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51. 
U. 

Kg 

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63 



54 




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27 28 



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64 



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59 60 



ACROS.S 

Confer knii^thood upon. 
R.-.. -al ( 
I^ronoun. . 
Ahf le-Saxon money of account. 
Protective pbte. 
Snakelike eel. 
To cjax. 
A magician. 
Emblem.* . 
.levve; 

Vienna lOer.i. ■ 

Seed contain: 

Oepr" ion ^ 

Florentine ir _i_ 

I'art of cran». 

Beetle. _ 

Sun god. 



AIROSS 

6.5 While. ; 
6fl Oar fulcrum. 
67. Animal's lair 

I»UV\.\ 
Female <>pr. 

Large \a.'.e 
Cake mixture. 
Pap<-r cbntalne^. 
Crawl 

Han of to be " 

To cut 

Conceited person, 
jbln'^. 

F'roiioiiii 
Old 'poetic.) 




ATI N'OlO 




Biggest Paint Sale of the Year 



Satin-Glo dealers 
can supply extra 

coupons so that 
you can i)urchase 
any quantity of 
Satin-Glo at sale 
prices. 



Starts Friday 

For one week only the manufacturets of Satin-Glo authorize their dealers throii>;h- 
011' \Vc lem Cniuida to icdiae tlie price of these popular tinishcs appro\iniately 
one-thud! it is an annual event ... . one that is awaited by thousands ot horn* 
owners with keenest interest, because it enables them to plan ALL the interior 
(Iccur.ttiii^ they will do during the Spring season and at the same time effect s 
substantial saving. 

So this week don't fail to go to your nearest Satin-Glo dealer aiid secure a lull 
supply of the Satin-Glo finishes needed to beautify and brighten your home. 
Satin-Glo quality is un miia sed and it is backed by the guarantee of the olijett 
and largest firm of paint manufacturers in Western Canada. 





/ 





0 F F ^2 GALS. 



OFF QUARTS 



OFF PINTS 



Immo\able 
Brother of Odin. 
Station 'abbi >. 
Kind of ler. 
Prercntrd. 
To watch. ■ 

tiLiiii iinterlifl. ' 
Pronoun. . 
Indian guar(}ian 
nooi black. "• 

Bai-barhe toidMFr. 
Dea<Jly 

Oirl's name . 



•pirli 



Suffer No Longer 
Fran HsiMes 



. It "i« har.T I" ^inijjuTe Mffll »lt* 
• lim.l timt aehM ami pain? nil 
tiiiif 



I 

■2. 
3 
4. 
f 5. 
6 

\l 

10. 
I 11. 

1 . ... 

16 
18 

' 20 

■ l-> 

125 

>. t 

28. 

1*30 
.12 
,J« 
.IC 
41. 

: ^ 

4.5 

47. 
49 

.•)2 
.>4 
, 55 
*5«: 
57 
i;t 

la 



Ancient Greek district. 

1 It- letter Z, 
Kiiul ol drink 
Most iinplen.^ant . 
Angry. , ^ 

IV) plunge. 
New ' ' 

River in England. 

Secret, agent. 

To ea^ure. 

spread for drjlng. 

Ascertaiiw duration of 

To apply oiHo. . 

Humor. . 

F^efurblihed 

To plagti^ <-<>twt«rrti3rr'' 

Rifflileo iKs. 

A Cleft • var •. 

:rativc. 
netutna. 
Color. ■ 
College yeU^ 

f^ist wprntnr 
Man> name. 



Blan Spring Decorating Now— and Save Money! 



s^SATIN FlNISHMsgis ^' ENAMEL M^'^ VARN I S H 



A waii hablc. scmi-gloss finish spcci.<!ly pre 
pared for the decoration ol walls. It comes 
in a selection of ID bcautitui pabtei tints, and 
white, sa that thfr* ji. ample opportunity to 
chP9se-« pleasing • finish for kitchen.^ hfll* 
ways^ving'roonn bedrooms, etc. 

— Regitfar Price : Saic Price 
Half- Otfkms $2.50 #1.50— - 



Quart»-...v- 

Taints 

Hall Pints 



1 

..75 
.45 



.30 



Quidi- Drying Enamel available in a choice 
„of 19 brilliant colors. Dries to an excep- 
tionally hard, fluiahle finish and is imcx 
celled for fuinituie, woodwork, floors, 
linoleum, etc. 

Regular Price Sale Price 

Half Gallons $3.25 5^2. 'J.' 

Quarts 170 I.IIO 

" Pin ts - rW" - — • -.74* - — 

Half PihtC .55 • 10 



All-purpose interior Varnish of cxccptioiiHl 
quality. Dries quickly and retains its b+t^h- 
jilosa desnitc hani service conditions. Use 
u on furniture or woodwoik; floors or lino- 
IcuiTi. Unsurpassed for table tops or sulk 
drainbcards 4wcause hot dishes or boiling 
water will fiot affect it. Clear or stain colors. 

'SeguUr l*rl<r S^le Prlee 

Half Galtens $2.95 ^l.OIi 

^ ^ uard e ■ . . . . i.i .. 1.5^ — -~t.0O 

PinU 85 MO 

Half Pinta ' .— .50 . 3 1 * 



British jftmerjci Fatiit Co., Ltd. 

etla - Vanccuyer • Calgary » Edmonton Rcgina 



De Luxe 

If ALL TINT 

The Sanitary 
Kalscunlffitt. 



Superior quality KaUomine of denit 
covering capacity. l>rici hard and 
won't rub off. De Luxe Wall Tint 
crmfains a « we et-smclling aiitiseptu ii 

g^edient which lea ve i 

the room fmh, clein 

and Inviting^ " ^ s* 7 



l ib. (aiJucg_ 

^ , ."H 




rowar 



T 



WroBg aetiea of . 

I* rMp0iiailtl<. 
oi.i '>f tea persistctit headaehea, aid 



li^er or 



the imiiiarli. 
Me for Bifl^ 



Dm . a<i«f wufit ^ wiw^ed kefore 

t\u- heiiiU< hr« will vanish. 

MunhTk RhxHl nillpr* r^mom 

th. . l\»n.l)i -In* 1 v rr^iihtinu 

~ -111*' •ligvalit*' Ulil loliltT^ ut^uD*. I'or 
fei't* lli'lililv, rrj{ul«ti« ^tir iiinntl 
pvteO Ix.wflii. t«)nf< iiji th." »liij{t{i»H 

larioa Af rwre hlwl »• all p«»rij.<n« 
~ .^f Ihe bo<fv^ , 

Clai rid nf ywit heada<-lt«<a I7 

ttkiHMH 

- «ka 1. JIaKW 45», U4 . «WMt«. Oafcnr,. 




Bafico Pure Paint, Guaranteed First Quality, for All Outside Painting. Regular Colors, $4.20 Per 
"~ ' "-^^ Gallon. White and Gr««ns 20c fMrfiallon Higher. 



VICTORIA 



^ATIN GLO DEALERS 



— •- yANCOUVE,R ISLAND 



f^quiirj'l. Hardware 
Normin R Hill <J Co 

Hu'fon? Gf^cal Store 

Jtiee^ f »T^*»Td 
Oak %»i H«r#««fa 



774 Fort S»rt«l 

1237 Et^Mimali Road 
6Ci WiiMn Sirr«» 

- 1400 Htfltitf* Avtnut 

1731 Ooaqlat Sfr««i 
220 Vcnti«« SfrMt 
.22Ji Oak l«T A*e«<M 
7(9 YatM Stfsef 



Da>.d Sp.fnc«r Lid 

lou'kr% Hiid't't t 
Sroff Or PedfH, W. ' . -. 

^hj.n.qjn lumhtt Taai*. itt 

M A Sli^^r 

TMmy't Nardvart 7 
FairfieW Hfftemf. 



I1S0 DowtUt Sirtt' 

ItTI Call la« A'tnut 

1601 Store Slrftl 
2000 GcvfrfMfienl Sfrtct 

2910 Do«f1a(.3ff«et 
., i29\ Oaafiat StrMt 
25) Ceak Street 



Wmi Saanieh M«rcan»il« 
0«ea C«*t Trading Co 

G«arf« Fr»rn« ' 

Gordon t StOf «t. Ltd 

VtCTWia LvMker & Mf|_ 
Cavkiiaa . Mercliatt. . 



|r0»t<P0ed loT Indtfttrtal Timber V 



CowKkan Itk*, Cama i 



Co 



S.dnef- 
Mill Itv 
YovMn* 

Daacaa ' 



Well iMq ton Merchant, 

i H Ti)l3r & S9«» 
Gordotl't Storct, Lid 
Maaaf trt% 



Oewi^^ee Cake 



A«<«WftR TO MST 



ONE WEEK ONLY. March 31 VAjlril 8 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. 




RSDAY. MARCH 30. 1^39 



44- 



-r 




S:00; pjni^'itady VsUm wili »Uv 
out of his role at sinter tiid nwster 

of cerenioiiif.s to b«ton>e a dranitllc 
actor when he ttpp«-ar» witii CUudt- 
lUlftt'ln ft iketch durUix ihis va- 
l-i«t|^hour. KOUO, KFX, i^iX ■ 

7:00 p m -Special ftrrantement* 
of '.111 r. lit aiid old fa.oiiu nnw!^ 
J*1U be oflered bv .^ndie KohtelaneU 
ftnd hla prdtfttra with Kay H^th-. 
ertOD. bart UiD*. and K«y Thompaoo 
an d ' h e r Kh y thm ffl nrer a. j6iBO, - 
KVl. KSL. 

r^AUte Marble.- kJh) 
■cored a wncatlon aa^a singer in 

— Nrw Yort. Rudolph Oar.z, planLsl. 
and Che.sUr MorrLs film star will 
appear with BIng Crorby on the 
• Mu alc HftU" broadcast. KQMO, 
KPO 



XPI. 



4.44 * m.— Saw Ac**. : _ ^ 

4:fS »m —Mr Kten 

4 30 pm — Man* C0//I and Nin* D«(n. 
i 00 pm. — R jdv Vn .ft » Hour „ 
4 0" P ^11 — <iond Nrvtn nl lS3f 
TOO p i» — MuMC Hall Six CfaaM. 
f 00 p m.— Anio* n Andy , , ^ 

1.11 p m.— fiymphoni Hour. , 
t U p.m.— Armlwtr 
t'M p.m — 8t Paul OrehatUS. 

3 4^ P ni BKtrB Pfttiy 

lu 15 p m.— Wt Tbr««. 

10 10 p.a.'kWhst^- 

10. SO P.M.— Itarri Oacn'4 OrcbMtra.^ 
11:30 p.m.— ArehU Lovtlan^. 



N.a.C.<aOO BLOB NBTWOU 
KOO-KJR-KEX-KCCA^KOa 



• 00 • m.— VitBotM CnMmOla. 
rit CbrisUaa 

(KJR> 

I }0 a m -Three Rom«o». 
S 4} •.m — Orif inalitif* 
too a m -A woiiifcii woQderi iKJR). 
8 I') a m. — Ncwi (KJR). 
4.30 a m —National i-'arm and Bomo ■•U> 

Tt-.lt «ja.— Atncuitur* rodav, 
10-30 a^M.— Oacll BeUj (KJR>. 

1 10 4S ~ ■ - ■ 



THUS MAKtiEIS 
CAN BE REOAiNED 



PrcBiler af Manitoba Say* Ecahap- 
lag bI Caiiiadas Acrkiytan 

li Nete».safy 

MONTREAL. March 39 (CP). — 
Cnato'a agrtcul^urB must be rt> 
iHHg^^MPWMHilBns^ world con-. 



ditlons. Premier John Bracken, of 
Maniioba. told the Canadian .Club 
beic_ioday. ~^ 

PreHOir'iilfeken said that he 
rcluaed to accept tM "delaatl&t" 
aUltude that lost markcls jeouU not 
be rrcamrd Nattoiis were poorer, 
he said, bacaubc world triide re- 
itrlctad and beeaiiiB thIMuiffen 
of war ar*" irrpater 

"I tliink thai we in Canftda bhouid 
place ounalvwr on tlK aide of trade 
and pro«p«ritf tturt— a .o f' oft Uw 



BldB or vur 



ImpovcriBtUDent." 



No one In Western Canada the 
prunier told the' Cankdiaii ' Club, 
wanta the wheat indt ntr y boh^BBd. 
The West wants only markrt.s In 
which 10 sell. But li thcsa markeu 
can Qoi^. jcgainad it means M.> 
OOOXKM a cres now devoted to export 
oomtnoditles would be added to 
doine.stlr production with du^a.^lrou^ 
results for Sast^rn airtvukure. . „, 
SukldM-conpBUtioo of.thB o-I^'b 



750.000,000 buiheli into a markeijOR. A. G. HALL TO BEGIN 
that only tataB Mfijmjm buAek. ' 

will have to cea.Ne or tflve way to an 
economic war ui which all partici- 



Braiken r.^itended tllB 
new IB«CBnt wheat price muiliinim, 
as against the earHnr lO-oent mtnt-^ 
mum wa.s "inadequate to praaerve 

the wheat industry." 



difleren^ couhtne& 19 theJiI|Brebi o( 
the hifhar thought movement, kp4 
he , la noted aa an' outatandlng 
speaker. 

iJUlMWB Wilt: alao be . held on 
Friday and Baturday tvealng aiui 
on Frloay afternoon. wImu Uie sub- 

jn t will be — me~7iHIul TruVh of 
Diunc Healing.** 



■porgnr nt tlfttB . I t teao pttng 15 put 



When is a cafVing knife -Uke a 
taUf— When it is flourished 
over a ham. 



LECTURE SERIES HERE 

\ 

-Jatar* ■ 

1 director -general of the j 

World* FcllowslUp of Faith .andi 
Service. wUl commence a series of 
lectures tonight iu Ihe Coilsf rvatlve | 
Clubrooins. Campbell Bldg His sub- ! . " ^ ' ■ ' ' 

Jeti will be: "Wake Up Mentally | Carrying i)ai;i>ii>i ■^, an . x sv> di r 
and Uye." ' [Ites :^t^_Qu t on a ^walking tour o( 

Doctor Hall has recently com^j l^irope. • Be wou{d be well adviaetf 
pleUSO a vorUr tour of thlrty-thrt? to' break into a run now and^ th<-n. 



Wf MATCHES^ J IIH I Q H ■ WrrffVmggn FRIDAY and ff ami beans y 
f OF .si£ulnflHHi SATURDAY I |Bq J 

LJijLspecial values \Mi 



a m — R*k»v Orchcaua. 
7i:l& pin I'll'- f'lKhtecnth <fnlillV| 11 i.u am - .standara Brhooi Broadcait 

mifeic oj. Moaart. the nineteenth} • O""* B.i.ctiont. 

century genius of Brahms and the| 

mbdernl-'ni of Stravinsky will be) 
contrasted on Uh' ' .Symphonv Houi j 
broadca.^t, undtr tli*' dirt'ction of 



OCttTKelmperer. ICOMO, KKI. KPO 
„ t:00 p.m. — Shakespeare's , "Mer- 

f liant of VVnlcr " wiir bi- dramatized 
on the U B C. Drama Workshop pro- 
ime Or Ira Dilworth will kivc 
an introductory talk on the Bard of 
Avon. CMIr —- 



l>:4e SMB— Dcpt of Airicultura. 
11:11 a.m.— CawbOT Jo* iKJRi 
II 34 p m.— Newi Reporter «XJA). 
U' 45 pni-Btt%Trn Uie Bo«k 
1 DO p.m. — &mil« Parade. 
1 30 AfuriMoa Varietlat. 

3 00 p m —Annual Mttiini of BouUMrn 
A'.''>ciai:nii of Coilasai 

oiiriirv H< iiootit 



THURSDAY 
FRIDAY and 
SATURDAY 



1 



2 U p.itt. — Sheriff Bu*. 

'J 10 p ai'.— W.a*ffintiaa at 
:i 00 p m.-^ominodera Or< 



t 



ITh* Mlatrhia pratrammct are eaapllaS 
fey Iba «art*at braaSeaaUsf ••■paalaa a«S 

.Wra tabJeel t* cbanae.t 

' CFCT. Viriarla. R( 1 1 1.VI K«>> ) 

I 00 ■ m Moriitim Hnl 11' 

i M a IT riiaiijni rtrrakfast Newt. 

.1 10 a ni Mii'icul (;iirniioii.'-:»'r. 

B DO a m Oiillonk and l)|>looli. 

4 I > a.m .- Mornini Claaalra. 

rTBTTn — Pinancial Plajiiaa ; 

t 4» a m - Concert Wallxe* 
10 04 a m • Mornini Monllor 
10 1} a m - Xavier Cuaat <i Uril eilra. 

10 30 a ni Prof inrlal JleaDh Serlri. 

I ft A& • na f tnm ^rt XntM W ^ "'^^ " _________ _ 

11 00 a m —nil Parade 

I I 10 a m Concert Time ™— 



12 00 noon ' Callina Vanrouver island. 
12 J« P ni - Midda.v Ne» ■ 

Koonriour nri^iiei. 
World B«okman. 



4-2i 4»-m 
I 30 p m 

1 «H p m 
I no p m 
J no !■ ni 
J I . I. n 
TM p m 

3 4.t p m 

4 00 p m 
4 SO p.m 
S:OB p.m 
IV'IS p m 

% u p.m 

R 00 p m 
* 10 p m 

•I no r> nt 
7 10 p til 
1 4^ p m 

a 00 p m 



• To llie Ladlea 
nonald Novin, irr.nr 
Concert Hour 
fire«' nri'ain ' Randa. 
M H u A 1 . a 1 1 

f^fturen in Muslf. 
Varietlr-i. 

Manhaltao Serenade. 
Tra-Tlnia Melodlea. 
Monitor Comment. 
■VeMerday » Hit« 
Art nrer piano 



Radio Birthday Partv. 
-flanFIr Album 
Diiiii'r Dane 
A ^0f |«•ef1 Gle* Club*. 
John I.ine pltno. - 
Treaaure Cber.l. 
a 1^ p.m.— Irvina* OM-Tim« O^hottra 

I 30 p.m.— Ntwa Bwiimary. 

CJOB. Vaaeaaver. a.C. IBM hOMJ 
t'SO a m.— Ntwa Plaohat 
R'lS a m —Ranch Boyt 

»-!W a iff »lo»i' (lr»rt,hs 

a 4V t m rnn'-ert Mlmeiure 
ttOB a.m.— Rhut-ln Protramno. 
.• U a.m.— Ma^ter Ptnaera. 

• :M a.m.— Ooapal 8inioi«. 
• 4'4S a.m.— Tha neldbtrai. 

10 00 t m — flloi ku 
10 0> a m -Pi'iMi -^r Inlrriiifle 

10 15 a m.— t onrert Miiiialure 
' I0'30 a.m.— Good Moriiina. Neicbber. 

1 1 00 I m - Nf « « 

II r. a Ml _\/oirfs "Wrans Qnllari, 
II 1" a r 1 - f.,ifnt- le.iciier fadtrsjlloa. 

11 4> a m.- rddl* Allen. -~~ 
l i on noon— Rid UuHetl 

12 \'S pm— Dane* Hour. 

13 30 p m. — Nea- rt>".! fa 
13 4^ r rr^ Alr.ha I.jiMt 

' I ;00 p m — Fnnioui Vnu c< 

1:1 t p in — Musical Wni, hop,' 

1 30 p m — .S'ie> N(ilel>nok 

2 on p 111 .' ti phi riv Hour. 
^ no p 111 I iv (■..■1 Be Beaiitlful. 

3 IS P ni. — M» Prrkuis 
S 30 p m.— Pepper VnuiiCt PaaiUy. 

3 4* p m. — Vir and S«de 
4.00 p.m. — AnTlhiiit Cior* 

4 41 p m. -Hal Kemp a ()rche^trn. 
s OO p m.-'Smlliti Billy BlinkhMra. 
» 15 p m.— On With the Danea. 
i.M p.m.— Peltean Club 
S:4.'k pm — Hoaflt WiHi. drama. 

• 00 p m.— llttropollitn Uelodlti. ' 
a:K p.m.— Uood- Will Hour 
1:00 p m.— Newi 
7:is pm— Late hportr Review. 
7 311 II 'ti -T 1 • App'e Hour. 

I 45 p tn — I.addie Wakkli. 
% CO ii Ml — Ne»s riakl c , 
a : . p m — I hur^dav carnlvtl , 
X 4 I p m — .^niM.^ Ill (ht lleadllntt. 
q no p 111 — rinl>i<'-v:iilor';' Or. hestr*. 

10 00 p.m.— Wreittllni Broadeatt. < ' 

10 30 p m.— Manlier Tt a iiar a d l e Nova 

]0 3:1 p'ln Ronnie Matlhaaca 

11.00 p.m.— COkicert Tlm«— _ 

C.a.C. ItBTWOBB ' 

a on a m.— Prer< N»«'. 
(I fli a m. — Musical Mi-i:i!''« 
4 (NI a m — Ifaeel Hour ot Prayer 
t IS am.-D Arey Marih. commtBUn 

• 10 a m - Strint Quartette 
10 nn a rp —The Hapt>r,Oanf. - 

10 30 a ni — Road nt LIT* 
in 4,5 a ni Raknv * Orchestra. 

I I 00 a ni — Bin ^i icr 

1 1 Ilk a m ■ I^iidcMi Citiiin 
13:40 naon f cmrrri Hall 
13:15 p.m — Pre^^ Neas 
\i 4.5 pni — In Mnd'in Mood. 

1 no p ni Oraan Kefllal ' 
1 30 p m - Alfrnoon Varieties 

1 4ft pm. -Health hi Home talk, 
3 00 p.m.— Melody Ume 
? n p m —The Ppnrta World 
J 30 p m - The ll.i iladee r 

2 4.S p.m.-rionliit Block Qiioialloni 

3 IB p.m.— Battna Conley. tenor 
lit p.m.»Patrt4la Oilmora. t«M4. 

3 30 p m.-Metropulllaii HtrlnSt. 

4 00 p m.-wiifred charttio'a Orobtatra 
4 I.S p m.— klajor BUI 
4 30 p. M. — Masloal Voyas4 

4 41 p.4w.->tht Art 4( Crooked Tbiaktas 
» 00 p m Montreal Orchtitra. 
4 no p in.-niii>> a-id Oallce 
« 30 p.m.- II B (' Muile Hour. 
1 30 p m — Talent Paradt. 
1 4.^ p m.— Tilt llawallaa Trio^ 
a nn p m — The Ne»* 
a M i< ni — Inl rnrtiii-iiig Innlilit 
jLJQ-P ni.— l.uil Romantlli a Orthfalra. 



Work. " 

. p m. — commoflora Orcbtatra. 
3 n p m — Patricia Oilmore (KJK). 

3 30 p m.— Oepartment of HtsltB, UUK). 
i 4J p.m —Hal Tollen. aporta. 

4 00 pjM.w*lllj|tor4 Oreaaalra. 

4 IS p.m.- VrrtinU UB4. HBBS. . 
4 ?.0 p m — Elvira Rloa. atnstr. 

4 4» p m Rlrard»-«fM»- Hit Ylclllte- — 

5 00 p.m.— Paradt of Procrtaa. 

h 30 p m.— BtuBM rsrty <MI>. _ 

5 4.) p.m.— Beahdinavlao Rtporttr <KJR). 
« li p .n — Hewt Reporter 
4 30 p.m.— Amcrlca'a Toao Meetlnt. 
1.30 p.m.— Beattle Public Bcboola Pi»- 
prammt (KJlli. 

I no pm— Tropical Meodt 'KJR). 
» 15 pm Lincoln Orchestra 

g no p m.— Wa.^hln«ton al Work 'KJRT. 
9 uo p.m.— Ntwa Rtporttr IKJA'. 
t IS P m - Maretl Lb llssa. 
9 30 p m — Queitlen Boa 4*1 
in no p ni.— Beattle BInia (KJR). 
in 30 pm.— Blltmore Orclieslr* 

II 00 P.B.— SUl Bbbranrky at Orcan. 

OOMinia NKTWOBB 
KY}-KIRO-Erry-KOIM-KIIX.KaL 

-♦4 



Owa rt aa ^ 

The Captlvators. 



of Dr. 



■Mb.- 
• « 15 a m ■ 
I .10 a m - Tonic Tunea 
It 3S a m —Weather Forecasl iKtnO>. 
B 00 a m.— *'onni* Worth. 

• 16 a m —Her Honor. Naaci Jamtt^ 
9>40-«.l4.— Romance of Iltt4a Tr4ak 

• ■4» a.m.— Our Oai Sunday. 
10.00 a.m — Tha Ooldberia 

10: It a.m.— Ufe Can Be Btautlfui 
10:30 a.m. — Feminine Porum. 
IO:a a.m -Pet Milky W>y. 
tl:OB a m.— Bli Bister 
ll:IS a m —Aunt Jenny'a StorlCi. 
1130 a in —American Kcrool of tht Air. 
l|:eo noon— Ntwt at Noon (KIRO). 
13.14 p.m.— BiDStn' Baai.. 
13,30 p.m.— Harvty Rardlae. alBSlaB^rtsa- 
nt. 

12 4J p (h — ^le'chtr Wllf» 
1 00 p m.— Prttt7 Kitty K*117. 
I. lb pm.— Myrt aod llsfso. 
t 30 pm.— HlUlop Hovaa 

1 45 p in.— stepmother. 
8 00 p m. — Scattertood Bainei 
3 IS p.m.— The Lift and Lxtvt 

Buian, ' " 
3 30 p m — Contolo Ecbota. 
3:45 p.m.— Lioat aatf 
3 00 p m — Ntar* 
3 ns p m.— Tea Dance. 
3 15 p ni — Job Finder. 
J 30 pm.- "Today, with Bob Trout. 

3 4.5 p.m.— Nan Wynne, tgnis 

4 04 p.m.— Country Beat. 

4 15 p m —Robert Xdre. aporttman. 
4 pm. — Howard Costliaa (KIRO*. 

4 4.5 V in —Tea for Two 

s no p ni — Palher Onost COBiaa tO TOWB 
,. 5 15 p m. — Ho»le Winf. 

5 30 p m. — .loe Penntr 

1^ r)0 p m — Maior Ro«cr Aflia*0«t BOBf. 

7 00 p.m:=:iune Hp Time. 
T:44 9M.—V»v% Tblea. 
f 00 p m — Houamt Kxpoaltlen. 
ai5pm --rddie Dgrani'i Or chtatr a. 
1 30 p m -Ka'e Smith Hour 
t 30 p m. — I want a Dlvori:e. 
f 4& p ni - News. Vitas andBPOrt Rtvltws 
in 00 pm— Camera ritib 
10 15 p m — NIthlCkp Yarn* 
10:30 P m —Nliht Extra iKIRO 




SmaU Milk-Fed Veal 



Legs, lb. 1 7c 
Rumps* Ibi . .22c 

ShoiiMirt^ 

Lb. 18c 

IrtMttf Ili.. l2« 



Steaks, lb. 
Loins, Ibb. 

Chops— 
Lba 

SttWS, lb. 



18c 
25c 

25c 



~ Mutton 

L0||[Sf Ibo ••••••**•••••• 17c 

Shouldersi^tb. . . .^^ r * . . . ^lOc 

Loins, lb .15c 

Chops, Ibr . 4 ..... . . . iSc 



TURKEYS— 
Qrado "AMb. 



25 



Cornofl Boof, lb. 



Beef Specials 

Rump Roasts, lb. 



Wing Rib, lb 
Sirloin Roasts, lb. 

Round Steak, lb.. 

Sirloin Steak, lb. . 



22 
22 



Lamb ^ 

Legs, lb" ••••....,..•.•«. 27c 

Shoulder.s, lb ^ . . .16c 

Rolled Shoulders, lb. . . . 23c 
Chops, lb. 2Sc 



Liver, lb. . 
Hearts, lb. 



10 



Sausage Meat, lb. 



7c 



talk. 



,0 M p.m.-Dr«ma Workahop 
4 4» p m.— Tha Ntwt 

in no pill The Book RerttW ^ 

! II I ^ p 111 ( I't «ii fterltii 1 

10 30 p.m - ( liij'i' » for Today 

N.B.C. BLD NKTWOaa 
KHO-KOW-ICri-KPOH WBW- 

' I 00 a.m.— Mernint Rt«erl4a IRUMOI. 

a 10 a m - Martha Meade. 

« ti » ( .pi Poth > <KOMO>. 

» 15 t m -Tht O Net'U — 

4:3B a.m — Timt for Thoutht.. 

I-4V a m.-Btnny Waiktr 

in nn a ni Plann Recital ~4 

I o r, ■ ni I h» Jive Fi' ' 

in to a n<.— Oanieroiia Roada. 

10 4.vam^i>i Kate 

II no a ni — nrliT and Bob.' 

1' !^ « V ( .rinm J tJatithter 
1 1 111 « ■ ' • ••111 art. 

1 1 4j a in -H inns nl All Ctiurcht*. 

12 00 noon-Mary Mtritno . 
12 IS p m —Ma Perkin* 

__lt3ijfel»},— Pepper Voun» • family. 
12 4» p m -Ttir On dine t int 
' no p m —Back »<•..■ e Wilt • 
I i; i> m —Stella Daliat 
1 30 p m .A VIC and Badt. 
t 4o p ni — OiM Alone 



0 45 p.m — Slarlitlil Herenadt iKIROi 
11:00 p.m.— Today'a Alomnac. 
11:14 p.m.— Bchoaa .t BUsa and Bcratn. 

11 Jo p m Archie Bleyer a Orchtitra. 
13 40 m n — Concert Hour. 

1:00 a.a.-NUht O^la. 

MOTOAt DON-tn NCtWOU 

ROL. Beattia 

4 on a.ip —Bona of Ploneera. 
4:15 a m.— Ha-ven of Rest, 
a 45 a m Medical infnrinatlon Bureau. 

9 on .1 III f llOdTTif liaser.« 

9 3'i a 111 - .Nem Planhts. » 
t 4S a m — Patty Jean Health Olub^ 

--40-40 a.m. Melod^ l'» : 

10 IS a.m.— True Btoi'ies 
10:30 a m — Woman t Itadio Hour 
10 4-1 a 111 nm Ilir .. !r<. Orcr.p-tra 
iron a.m.— Nation<i Si iinnl of tlit Air. 
11:30 a.m — Bddle Albriihi. - . 
13:00 doon — New. Kit ik ^ 
13:15 p m.— Rich Harinonitt 
13 JO pjn Felix the Cai 

12 45 pm Muse and Mui>ic • 

1:00 p.m -Tha Monitor viawt Uio N4«a 

1 15 pm — Three .Shades of RhythM. 
1 30 p m —T «o K"-' hoards 
I 4j P m. - ll'.i'K « w. rr-,. 
SOU pm— Patty Jean Health Club 
3:15 p.m.— The Jehnaon Family. 
3;M p.m.— Henry Wtber i OnlMOtra. 
3:4S P«m - Dick Hardlni at UM Ottan. 
3:00 P4n — l-enMnme Fanciaa. 

3 30 p m Sands nf Time _ 

4 00 p.m —News Flasike 
4 IS p.ril.-I.ct s PUv Bndae 

4 30 p.m.— Bo Tins M Radio 

5 00 p m Malinee Manor 
5 15 p m. — Johnny Murray i oichei.tiB 
5 :in p m.— Dick Tracy 
5 4 1 p in.- 1 itila Orphan Anoio. 
a 00 p m — Jack Arm«trbn4 
a 15 pm -YAR concert. , 
8 30 p.m — Ne\v« Plashtt J 
4 45 p m - A.iviii'itea of BhaCtcr ■PolBf 
1 OO p m. — I'l .'iii'iiii Pilot. 
7 15 p m.— M-^: "iv Road. 
130 pm — IMe Ureen Hornet 
* on p ni - Fulton l*wis, comoientalor 

• a 1 . p m -non t Tou Believe 44 1 
« JO ii m - What D4» You Think' 
4 00 11111 -Nempaper Ot the Air 
415 pni— fiiMlle Borirraon. Bkl Ntwa 
■> in p m liiMi I-hiii.in Presents 
in ofi pm -riiil Harriv Orrli».".tra 

10 30 p m — riiurk Foster s Orchestra. 
11:00 p.m.— Jack McLeans Orchcina. 
11:30 pm.— Tht Playboys i 

4l;4» p m.— Mign teh* Matlnaa 

IVorf/i Va ncouv et 
Ma \ Alter l^ame 



NORTH VANCOCVER, BC 
March 28 «CP).— A mo\-e Is on to 

ihU vmh mm 



a 0, p.m — Houstboai JtaUMn. — 

S 15 p m -Mii icsl r onlra.M^ 
3 30 p ni - Bniilin Fd . 
3:44 p m. -Cook beck Qui* iKuMf^i. 
3 15 P m -I I'l e a M^sierv 
3 30 r n^. - tVotnaii !• Matajine o» i he Air 



chAhge 
name. 

' .S«*rvlr<»- clubs and oti»r cTvIc »• 
gAHlzations will iiip'^t soon to con- 
sider .several moves dciicned \q tin- 
prove Iwblle ep Hil ow t o w ard Uv 

coniniiinify 

t"hani(irk: the clt?f'* »%*nir f»A.sibi\ 
to KhiR s Lviiii or Citiivnn C'ltv is a 
leading sucjfstion whllf it lit sLmj 
— fMOpoBBd Cotwnisfriener OBOrgo W 
Vance'A flfl'' B^^s^iAnifed To th.it of 
titv nianaurr the prnvinciHlI' - 
Rovrrned rlty 




its GOreo be 6docf / 



PANCAKE 

FLOUR 




JELLY 
POWDERS 

t 

pkr. 



PURE i:ONEY 

4Mb. tin 45c 

2-lb. tin 24c 



SUGAR 

I.e. GrtiiMbtcd 
2-lb. hso^ • 

5 -lb. bjQ 

lO-lk, tai 0' 

20-lb. bag 

50 lb bag ... 
lOO-lb. bag 
Cube 



EGGS 



Grade A Large, doz. 
Grade A Medium, dox. 
Gridt A Pulkf, dex 



27r 
.24f 



Purt Lard, lb. .: 10< 



BACON 



BUTTER 

FIRST GRADE CREAMERY 

28' 

lb. 3 lbs. 



Berry Sugar, 

A 



FLOUR 
ROBIN HOOD 

Milled from washed wheat 



Sliced Ayrskiro, 
per lb. 



Sliced Side Bacon, 

per lb 

In tht picc^, 

B«r ». , . ■ ... ... 

Sliced Jowl lacon, 

p«r Ai. 

Smoke)! Pkaig SlMflMm. 

per lb. 

Smoked Cottage Rolh, 

whole or half, lb 
Smoked Bacon, squares, 
B«r lb. 



FISH DEPT. 

11 



FRESH COO FILLETS, 

per lb 

WHITING FILLETS, 

B«r lb. 

DRESSED '9 
SOLES b lb« 

FRESH Y0DFiG CDQ. 

P«' lb 

FRESH WHITINa, 

per lb 

HHNAM ^ 
HAODIES C lbs 

SMOKED SALMON, 
lb 

FR£SH 

CRAiS, cscfc CU 



DOLE S 
PINEAPPLE 
JUICE • 

9<* 13 01 
tin 



MANDARIN 
ORANGES 

9 tin 




I I! I - M 

X DATES 




-oz. 



HEINZ BAKED BEANS, handy sist Q 

HEINZ COOKED SPAGHETTI, handy size O 
Heinz Chill Sauce, bot. Prepared 
Hcint Cliutntr, bef . / Mustard, 





FRUIT DEPT. 



Largo NdVtl Or4ll|44,'44t. ITr 
3 tfotcn For tS^t' 



Genuine 
Iruit 



Coschclla 




CHEESE 

CsasdiSB. MM, lb 1N<^ 

CsRsdiaB. Modiam, lb 'Jifit 

Canadian, Matvrcd, lb 'Xe 

Gorqonxola, lb. -IS** 

Dinnh Blue, lb t:\c 

Roques Fort, lb. B**^ 



HOftlDA 

Qrapf fhilt Ju1c« 



TOMATO^ 



Spring Cleaning 
SPECIALS 




CORN 
Ejch 



BROOMS. 



CHOW 
SAUCE 



ShinoU Floo' Was, 
1 Ih tm 

O'Ccdar Liquid Was, 
25c size 

Ammonia, large 'bottle 
Sal SBda, 2-lb. carton 




Chlo'ide cl Lime. tin. 
Royal .Crown Lye, tin 
Owtcb CkaMor, Ha. 



Pcrfea, bottle 
Saai-flBak', 

Ben Ami; cake 
Bo<( Ami, tin . 



DELICATESSEN 

Cooked Ham, <2 lb. 2.V 

Small Wicntrs, lb.' Ifit 

Ham Iblogiia, lb. ISf 

Peanut Untttt, in your own 
containar, ^ Q*' 

r> for I Or 



per lb 

Large Dills 

Veal Loaf, ' i lb 

Jellied Tongue, 

Midget Bologna* 
tach 



I, 



lb 



10 



KASTKR 

AND NOVCLTI|S 
tr each a For 

Ik 



10«*. in^ and 



50 



each 

each 

J 

CANDV^ SPECIALS 



I Meat CGOB. 

per lb. 



18' 



Frliit Ifll' Br»ii« Ih 
\|inl Rill I on. Ill 
Nul rdlerv Ih 

I niluh laffera. lb. . , 
Me.ri«a All-awtf fr- 
Ckaeatatt-rrtau. It.. 



AYlMfR 
MARMALADE 

\< 4.|b. 
tin 



33* 




Kinq Beach 
Strawberry 
JAM 
\C 4 lb. 
tin 



<i I r Kl INC. 
M I \ I I R I. 



I lbs. 



HEINZ 

' "Sr* VartotiaB 

Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 4 Q< 
large bottle 19 

HEINZ VINEGAR 
C 32 oz. 



boL 

TOMATO 

SOUP : 



bot. 




If SALE 

PALMOLIVE SOAP 






MARMALADE 
If 4-lb. 
Tin 



JAMESON'S COFFEE, Jg< 

18 



VANILLA EXTRACT, 
per bottle 



^Rffey Gra 
• For 



Oian'agji* HklkiOBt Af^ln at ^ 

lor ' , 



Sunk tat 



3CAKIS l744otlCAKI 1< 

AUrmlS4 

T 



Braid's 
Best CoHce 

If I lb 

tin 



CRAWFORD'S 
TUNA, '/2's 

c 

Tin 





Ray'l Milk MaqncM. 
16-01. bottl^ Rfg. 4»c 



ASA *^^n6*<M* T«blett, 
bottle of 100 

Eitgliab Recipe Health Salt' 
'4 ot tiN. Regoltr 59jc, 



r 

CHIPSO 

LfM OA* 

»l«4 fcW 

Regvlae Qe 

V ^ 




Noizema CrtaM,. 

Vogue Cigarette TobaccB 
'g ib. tm, 6S< use 
^4^M^19^I^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^ w^^^^^p 
tin 

Ltfj#4Cf N#ffM F^^^r 

' I B«t , 

Leadtr Intcriof GloM 
EnaMMli 1 gasn 



PEA^ 

O'chafd Cl'* 



DOMINOES CAPTURE BRm COLUMBIA HONORS 




SET BACK WESTERNS 
IN FINAL TUSSLE OF 
PROVINCIAL SERIES 



RegitUrft 46-36 Win Over Present Canadian Cham- 
^iea»^in Hard-Fooght Qamv at Hi^h School 
^C^y iBMnL ocals Right On To^Foriii — Reeve 
AlexuidcfriiOekJey Pretenttt the Trophy 



Rowe 



Basket 



Final Cage Battle lijUIEIISIll EOLF 



ContinuPd from Pagr 1 

Bard-slpy fchook hands with 



the 



Dominoes' /.kipper and wL-^hfcl hint 
the club ymtinued succea, in 
•the CanfiiiMl p»y-aowM: 

M C. Gordon, Vancouvri. and a 
member of the British- Columbia ^ . ^ , . 

Buketbftll Aaaoclatlon. \!W»fr»tu. I Seattle, on what the arbiter ruled 
laird (hf Victoria hoopmen before 



Bardaley on personal fouls In the 
nnal -quarter, the former ffotaf off 

two minutes after the final session 
opened, and Bard.sley leaving , with 

o ne mlnnte of p t my f w mdntnr 

Roy Taylor, local forward, was 
chased by Referee Tim McCullough, 



calling on Reeve Alex Lockley. of 
Eaqulmalt, to.preaent the trophy 
One of the game's roost ardent sup- 
porters. Reevf I>ockley added -hU 
congrstulHii I . lo thoM at the 
earlier ipcakrrs. 

Chuck Chapman and Hank Rowe 
paced I he Victor. a .scorers with 
twelve points each, and the team- 
play of the loeala was by far the 
he.^t of the three t'.imes played oii 



was a "protecting" foul. Leu than 
thrae^mlnutes rematnad at the time. 

Vancouver Wr^trms held thaylead 
for less than five minutes. Jim 
Bardalcjt-jcored the first basket ^i 
the game and A. WUloughby followed 
with a "floater." making the score 
4-0 BushiT Jarkvon dropi.-^d home 
a side court shot and the crcrwd went 
wild. Chuck Chapman, was fotiled 
by Bardsley tnd the local captain 
made the throw from the strip good 
.Seroiids later he toss<>d home a 



their home flwr 1 he .strategy of .sidccourt shot and the 

ManaRer Dave Nicol and Coach Irfc ix^nlnoes moved ahead 6-4. West- 
eo i t il ha r l n g A r t O h ap i wa w eU ae k e i i» vmWk i x tUiie out lii a f ut B e e f f oi t 



jnn Bardsley. and Bert Davlea look 

after Art WilloiiRhb-, . had thp de- 
sired effect. Two of the greatest 
snipers In British Columbia basket- 
ball. Messrs. Bardsley and WU- 
loughby. were held so do^elv they 
only scored three ba.skrt < •< :i How- 
ever, smart shooting from the foul 
Una boasted their (ptkls. 

OOMmOBS CHECK 

DoniMiof- I'liTked harder last 



to stop the Victoria hoopmen. but 
a.s play continu''d lo<al.s .'■rorpd nine 
polntA to the visitors' two and 
reached the end of the quarter on 
the right end of a J4-6 tally. 

LOCALS IN LEAD 

In the second stansa each quin- 
tette added eight points. Dominoes 
scored four field baskets, and West- 

« riis dropped home four fouls and 
two baskets. With the arrival of 
. ^ , , the half-time Interval ' the * score- 
night than in any of the earlier fix- .Bominoes 83: West- 
tures and really had the Vancouver I ^^.^^^ ,^ 

Westerns worried. They kept on top ' ' , ^ . . 

«w II - ,^ Malnlxnders outscored the locals 

of the Malnlanders all eveiunR and . . w . . 

^. , . , ' in the next canto, bagging nine 

gave them litt e opportunity of ge - „^ » ^^^^ 

.ting set ror the longrrange snot.s ,hrre.qua rter mark with the 
Which were so effective In fiatur- 



thrre -quarter 
.core 28-23 for the eventual winners. 
This was the closest the Westerns, 
came to catchlnf the smooth-! 
functioning Victoria hoopmen. i 
HuMilnoe.s held the edRe in the fi- 
and huiiR .so ckK-ely lo WiUougliby .stanza, outscoring the Terminal 



dav s came. 

DlminuUxe 
the fa.Ytest of the 



Bed." 



DavlM. one of 
k>cal playfrs. 

turiiM 111 preat <|ofen>i'e pniiif 



that the clever Westerns' player was 
quite snncyed Davlr.s worked like 
a Ttojan all eveninR. snd when he 
was chased on personals f(»iir min- 
uter before the end of the game, he 
was given an ovation fitting for a 
king 



City cagers. It-lS. . Loeals added five 

ba.skrt."! and eight point?: from the 
foul line '-tup and their opponents 
aoored thn ■ i > k' t-- end sevTlT" 
points from tlie foul line. 

flEVBNTEEN BASKETS \ 

* Dominoes dropped home seventeen 
Wes terns lost Al Bea ton and Ji'n-. baskeU. five more than Westerns. 

for their ten-point margin of tlc- 
torv FYom the foul line strip ea^h 
club scored twelve points. Locals 
missed thirteen and the vtsltON 



BetterlpokirKl 

Shaves 
Quicker.- 

Gillette 

Blades! 





Bobby JftfiM li 40 tn 1 Shot 
To Win Annual Meet 

In fi OO f QMU- — ■ 

AUGUSTA. Oa.. March 29 (^.x- 
Robert Tyre Jones. Jr., retlretf~ 

■grand slam" r!ia:iiplon i>f pi>lf. 
hgured luday he might make a lair 
showing m the sixth annual Au- 
gu.'W n.itional tournaii'.ent Marling 
tomorrow, "if I can get ^onlc putts 
to drop." 

— "wnph '•vntfT?''pTirTn'rtr wr il . yotr rr 
Ix>und to .score low. remarked the 
Atlanta law>-er. who arranged this 
all-star shoi^ for his tone annual 
Return to competition. "If you can't 
In: the cup, yoiT certalnljt «nit 
' ^corc w ell. ' ( 

In the Ave to^irnamenta already 
plaved here In tlVc Fairwiiv M;l.^- 
ter-. over on«' ol I lie ln»^l t.4lk<d-<)f 
rour.es in the world. Jone.s has 
failed to flnl«h higher than thir- 
teenth plaee. He has been a favor* 
ite in the 'Ijok ' and wiili ;he Kal^ 
leneft. but too many putts lilted hll 



column «ith twelve points apie: 



ml.«..sed five. 

Thirty-one fouls were called by, , ^ 

i„M M.f uiU.uKli .Seattle, and Earlr ' was the diminutive Uttlc redhoad. 
Jewell. Bellingham. the arbiters. Lo- 
cals were charged With thirteen and 
the vi.'itors eighteen. - 

In .llie preliminary game, tight 
AotB tfHeated tlie .s<MKitors.-S3c30. 
BOX SCORE 



OOMINOCa— 

"P Chapmin ifi 
H Row* . 
Jirk^on <(l 
A rhapman (c> 
nivu> If) . . . . 
Taylor (f> . . . .. 

Mrlrra <f> 

Piitt»r»on <fi ... 



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wfsreaNs— ro ft 

\\%xii\*l '(I 3 ."> 

><<Ma If) ♦ • 

wtlMuchbT «ri .... ' S 

Hfn<)fr»»n <f» J ' 

Braton '«> " 0 

Wrifht II' 9 I 

Gordon if> • 9 

Rltflil* <f' 9 0 

Pariona <f> 0 • 

Wataon <r> • • 

1 .' 13 



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11 
P M 

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Bert Davles. who was the defensive 
sUr. ninnini; ••I>ead Eye" WUlough- 
by right down to his knee.s. Davlcs 
must have been charged with 'he 
Jordan River dynamo. fAr he started 
out on the Vancoiiverit^'.s tall and 
ncv'i (luH-'AmU! Kiven .i one-way 
pass to the bench for four per- 
sonals. Art Chapman, also, de- 
.vrves a plot full of orrhids for the 
fine jol) he did of checljlng Bard.s- 
n . ley Tlie Domlnoe.s' ceijtro wa*, up ^ 
0 agamst one of Canada's rankU:g | 
4, I basketball sUrs. and he made surC | 
Pt I his man did not ^el .set often enough i 
to sink the loni? .shots for which ' 
Jimmy is famous. ' 



Rangers Are Going 
After Series With 
— The Boston Brmas 

Lesler Patrick S«y§ New York's Aim ^oH Is Four 
Straight Prom Lrague (;iiaiii|»ion<^ — Toronlo 
Ai^d Detroit Wings Also Uash Tonight 




STAGING COMEBACK 



aiNINATED 

Miss Marcia Prior Dcfoated 

In Oak Bay Goll Meet 
^ By Mfs. Gamble 



LONDON. March 29 i/Pi.— Dorothy 
Round Little. 1931 Wimbledon 

'li:uiipii>n returned ta compeiitlon 
after a year-and-a-half lay-ofi to- 

'day and defeated Mlsx J D Fry. 

; 0-1 6-4. inf the Herca trnni.s tourua.-_.. 
iiieiu. Critics, iiotiiig slie wa-s a 
little slew .and tired, doubted 
wheiher she would be a .serious 
challen ger in this years cham - 



On TTie e\o of ITie l)Tue-in)non 
Roinng event. June!> was rated no 
better than^iOOo 1. 

Tlie nation's ruling champions. 
aloiiK wjth titleholders.of other days 
both amateurs aiul pi ofrsslunals — 
were out today getting the feel of 
the fairways and greens prepara* 
tory to the start of play in the 
$5,000 liu li lt inn event 'Hie first 
round of i ,k;iiiepii holes has been 

scheduled jojicijUUifiCKM al 1 p.m. 
(BB.T.V '■ - 

Sainiiel JarlCiOn Sn<a(l Die w.il- 
piiiK West Vliiiinian who Iiiii'lied 
dui III the iiioiir\ hi.sl \eai when he 
wu roUuig up one of the biggeht 
bank rolls a golfer has won inl 
twelve moiith.'-; Henry ruaid the 
Her.'-hey "haminerei." who won the 
19:i8 show, and Italph Ouldahl the 
National Open champion, were bet- 
ting favorites at t to l! 

EXHIBITION BASEBALL 

At Orlando, Flai- It H B. 

m liouis I N I . . f ,4)00 012 son. « a i 

W'anhlDltoii lAi .. 000 000 011} • I 

Batteries: Davl!>. McUee and 
Owen; Prank.s, Cha.>.e. Kclley and 
Early. Ferrell 

Al Lake Land. Fh - R II B. 

Bonlon <NL) 031 All 103 8 12 0 

Drtrelt lAi . 401 090 SOI IS • 

I Batteries: Bhoffner. Aurtejr. and 

Masi; Rowe, Lj-nn' and York. 
Tebbetts 

Al Sarasota. Pla.— R. H B. 

Cincinnan iNi .. .000 000 001 I S 0 
Boaton (A) . O00'0<We0O— 0 « 0 

At Lake Charles. U.— R H. B. 

arvalane <A) . ^ . . 210 000 IM • s s 
PhllMlalPhIo lAt . 1*0 Sit 04b -IS .11 t 

Batteries: Zuber. Drake and 

Hern ie\ I'vt i,i|cr~Plppen. .Nelson-, 
and Brucke r. H ayes. 
AF&» Angeles — R. H. & 

C^hlcaiO 'A> 000 132 002 • 10 I 

Chiraio <Ni nooonoMO 4 10 t 

Batteries; Lee. Brown and Sll* 
vestri; French. KlmbaU ahrt M«n- 



17 



11 
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• 

7 
0 
1 
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0 
0 
0 



TotaU 

krrrr«r« t in MrCullocti 48(altlc> and 
Barl JenrU < nrilin«ham<. 



Local fans witnessed the flrsi, ] -team of destiny," arrllvfd In "The 

■ protecting'' foul called on a Vic- j ^,^jgjj^ j,gt„niiiTed to win the 
torla (ourt. It was presented to 



BCSTOii^ Marrh 29 (CP) —New] win tomorrow, forcing a Uiird con 
York Rangers, a self 'designated 



Basketball Clances 



By W. 1 r. 
Vie&Nia'a Dominoes very deftly 

but definitely lifted the Briilsh Co- 
lumbia title crown from Ihe fevered 
brow of the Vancouver . Westerns 

a.-st n'lRht and made a '"""HSfYt Start ^^^^ 
the Canadian 



Roy Taylor by Referee \\\\\ MeCul-' 
loch lateJif the game., w hen the big 
fellow took exception to a push from 
Hender.^on and wanted to' mix 
thing.s on the floor McCuUoch ex- 
plained after the game that Taylor 
was banished as a precautionary 
measure . . In other words he flidn i 
want n heht tn .spoil the final game 
of the provlni lal .scries. 



fifth game of their besl-of -seven- 



Defeat of the f|ii;i;il\.!.. 
wniner Ml*s Marcla Prior. Icaluicd 
I ye r i fi.iv .s play in the women's "B"' 
1 ( !i:iiiiiii"i.. of the Victoria Golf | 
Club at llie Oak Bay course. 
Prior feU V I 



MLvi 

ctlm to Mrs. Oamble's 

on the .wentrenth 

■;;iTigirest-scorlni'lWards:i«r«'^ 1 Mrs. J. H W.Lson. 
„ u-, '1,-^ .rv«« «f hi. h«tf runner-unlh th 



the medal test, survived 



A half-pint Victoria rooter put 
the eagle eye on Jo Jo Ross when 

he wa.s i^hootlng from the foul strip 
but Referee J e wel l labeled it n tee'i- 
HardMi y Miared .1 
point for Vancouver. 11 all, hap 



en route lowartLs 

I champloiLshlp. which the losers have J^^-'^, ' when" the" youngster stood 
JSJ-/.^'^r^*Ti ^^ii^lTfLr^^^ ""'"^ rh« -i«.^.*«d-heeWeA^^ 

The tame we* Just a shade fssrer ^„ ..twtnn/ oht«?Mv. .>« tour 

tlian (trea.'ied llRhtning and eve n | .... Bostons objeC Ove y as lour 

pxrttlng for .some 1.300 lo-aI| The biK gymna. mm eilu)ed and , •'straight . ' he said. "Bfell, rtdW 



Los.1 of Bowman was tlir Kreater 
blow and Adams decided u> gamble 
by replaclril him with 8yd Howe U-hot-makln^ 

one of _ 

Kames Stanley Cup hockey aeries Bowman has had one of hU 'beBt|n»*"»«"-"P ..... 
from Bi.ston Brum.s after liavlnu sctaans On the Detroit defence 1 the days eliP;,- ,,t, mis by defeating 
pre-empted the Brumal slogan of ^ weakened for- ! ^^"-^ ^ fa. >i ,,v,wi 

' ' ' ward wall. Adam.s called on Donj«»^'vors *.ere Mrs^ Edwards .jmd 

.La,.t nmhf»a-l victory, in one of ,,,e pitt-sb u-h farm.',^^'"^ 

the mofX bone -crashing games Mad- , Deacon. Hegins boy *lio never4ia»i'I^'"*'*"' 
tson Square Garden fans have seen, q^jt^ able to hold a .spot in the re.';pectlv. 

ftppeared Just the flUlp lingers j jif^Uonal Leagtir. flnL- hnd the Inler- 
needed. ' : national-American LenKuc .seasrm 

T^ ldmdrrow iflghX'S cont est t ht lt i w Uh a sco r ing floun.'^h He -vill work-i Mrs 
was more bona fide oonhdenee in 1 at centre ke between Charlie Con- 
Ihe Ranger- troupe than at any-time^ aehernind He© JCIlrea, 
.since the Broadway Blue.shlrL*; la t 
the flr.<n game 2-1 In overtime 
.Maiiatjer Leder PatVlck" more or 
lts,< .Mlent as his team last .succeed- 
ing game.s 3-2 and 4-1, opened up 




IS 



Mifs M. Macdonll. 



Tllf. RhSl LTS I 
Chaaplenahip 
diMmble defeated ICiss Prior. 



ijiore 




r 



t 



Tripld-Sharpentd 
To Remove Stubborn 
StubWd^lWl^iEatsl 



O You get irnniaciilate. com 
forlable shaves in double- 
quick time with today's 
Blvir Gillette BlaMe. Ami 
they arc mighty economical 
to use btcHuse Blue Gillette 
Blades are triple-sharp- 
ened. . .stay keener /on^er. 
Buy a package and sec for 
3rour8clf why nKX-e< men 
prefer Blue Gillette ~" ' 
to Bny^tfaer kindl 



Atyuf 



and Mainland farw. many of whom 
must have thought they were tb? 
principals In several beef sand 
Wlches. . : 



thr\ re -iiiijuuli I^ow ' fouT atratght 



shook like a dance i..i;i lull o{ jit- 
terbugs, and a dozen -swing banos. 

the Domlhoea' trott«d oui-on -thr 
ff?5or. anB the ear-splitting illn 

hardly *latkcned for iheTJext si^ty ' shape. Eddie Shore has a broken 
Hmi well wager there ,i.sn t one ; pilnuteF.. Bert Davies drew' the big- 1 nose and biRigied^up eW*ut olBW- 
of them who dldn t ihink U wa»jges|^ ovation of the night, though. a< 
4worth every bruise an* crushed rib ^e left the game to be repla ced by 

rer< |ve?V at the hands and elbows of I jn<.)j<;r),, 
Irlluw eiitlui.si.xM.s Hii! if the fans — 



lev. 




were jastled ar<Mind tJie players 
themselves must havp tho>ight thty 
had t>een through a sausage ma- 
i hine Ovrr-anxlou.sne.ss on the part 
of many of the lx>y.«i resulted In some 
nercp tacklind and the old arnica 

' bottle will -certainly be In demand 

' today. * ■ - . 

• • • 

Art Chapman and Jimmy Bards- 
ley chewed up the maple court in 
aertoua spiU; JD)c Weit 



PEDEN BKeiHERS 
TIUiLINO FIELD 



i« our objecuve ^ ^ , r"— I Welterweight- Champfion 

4«<H>Ue«na.'«t hight's playpr-rtot "''■y , , „ . i 

Rangers were ui k'o^l phy.Mcal ! 2 to 1 Favorite to Beat : 

Davey Day j 

wise Bo.'^ton w-re In good shape . * JZ^TT'^'^^* n^^^ 

, , . ' , NEW YORK. March » i^ -Pro6f^ 

Shore, gingerly fingerliiR his ■ ... 

taped-up noee said: • What s u that Henry Arm. tmne the welter- 

tnctter? This is the tfnth time 1 vc weight war. no longer la eon(4d«rad " Edw*rd.s 



3 and 1. , 

Mrs. Edwards defeated Mrs. Tom- 
alln. 3 and 1. 

Mrs. Mi^sgrave dcfrate<l Mii.s M 
I Maedowall. jB and 4 
I Mr.'^. J_^1L ,Wil.so rt de f eate d M b* 

' r Mae«1owaU 1 and * 

\tt^\ HlKhl 
I Mr .s. Tangman. defeated Mrs Mc- 
I Illree. 6 ahd 5. 

! Mrs Bo-.^ den defeated Miss Bhand- 

i and r:^ — ■ 



Is • 1 

, Mrs Charles E. Wilson defeated 



Mrs. Uiisworlh 3 and 1 

Mi.ss V Smith def eater! Mrs 
Ion. » and •« 

TODAVS DRAW 
* ChamptoDshlp 
10 a m — MrsT'Oambl^ v.s. 



ifjsted it and an>'way. Muss Patrick 

dldn t do It It wa* a butt end from 
Phil WafAon ' 

LEAFS VS. WI.NGS 



imbeaOible along tin ear allejr was 
offered today when the odds on his 
fight with Davey Dat dropped to 2 
to 1 in favor .p( the chkmpioa. 
Henry v?aa-% more subeUntlal fa- 



BUFPALO. N Y ,.Ma»eh » . . 

aerl^ of mt^nip ht «t h*pgf^i [ confronted tonight -wit h the pros 



OPTROXT. March It CWt— Horn* | vorii* before h« licked Barney Ross, 

for a la.st-dltch 'tand m «t«nley Cup and Lou Ambers" for the welter- 
play -ofTs. Detroit Red Wmgs were weight and lightweight ^Ifle* Pre 



I0 0&— Mr.T Mus^rave vs 
H. WUaon. , J 

Urst iUt^i 

t.Vi—VlTt Pahgntan W. 
Bowden. 

9 35— Mrs 

Mi^ Smith. 



Charles EL 



comptexkm of leai3ersh;p in *n„lh- 
te ma tkw url six -day bicycle race here, 
eirm' star was forced totake a fewvP«rt*tof three teams which 

had been traiUag the> IWat days of 

I the r gg- -ii-* '■ .r - 



vailing opinion Is Henry > threp vears ! 

entering tomorrow s -game fo! aTmast continuous mauhng hav% 



aiOBY LBA^B BBSLXtS 



Standings st 
Incltided : 



minuter re.^- wTiere he landed affei 
'the colll.sion. And Art fared little; 

brtter. However, they both came 

back strong, and "Bugs' almost 
-dumped Chuck Chapman with aj 

regulation Rugby dive In 

Uie djrUn|V«P»i-O BTien . 
minutes of the fixture • Walthour-Crossley .. 

I . . . , Rodman-Reboll 

While Chuck Chapman and Hank KUian- Yates. ^ 

Rowe amecsed on tep.o( the soorUig' 



11 SO.pnb •?«T,> 



pen of 

with Toronto minus Scotly Bo»w- 
man and. Bid Abel. 

Bowman suffered a fractured wrist 
aim , Abel a aRcalned wrist when 
Msple Leafs defeated Wings 4-1 

last night m-the fljrst ga me o f their .. ..^ — , 

best-«f -three seml-fhiabtrUBing W » month" fortBT i^t 



taken thetr^-toH. . LONtXJN. March 30 <^ — Bngllsh 

Armstrong was a 4-to-l favprttrrRiiRhv Leaeue n.atrhes p!a^ed to- 



when he came to town last week 

"•"Looklt* Davey said, after a, 

wwrkmH v^»t j rrda> Armstrong bas- 

be? n fightl nf len years, about twice * ' 

-- — M».r« i York 4 



dav re«ulted follow 
• Bramjci' 8.-, Hun-^let I V 
Bradfuid Iforuiern o. 



pr'-'fe.s.sirnnl hockey's world Cftkm- 
pionship Manager Jack ^daflM 



and no one knows how much before j 
fRat. An the guys I'know mvs he! 



Ff 



-Iflmn Roach wofif the re 



_ . .„, Kelefte R«« J 

M \^^ L>p< P<« 

-2^ 5 279 

. 739 ."> 150 , , 

. ■.T> ■' no t;'ere xas a ihillty Abel [ can t be llck><?. "TTe probaf-lv don't plsved par eompetuion hrld * 

. 739 4 a3»:»ouJd play •«atuTtt»yjit lorositQ \t | thin k m hisfclf That « the 'ime he tpMi d- Golf Clup by flnifiuni 
4~ifSf DetlWH 



hvceB- hg ias Z up^ 








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\ THE DAILY CQLQNTST,^VICXQRIA, B.C, THURSDAY, MAKf.H 30. 



13 



OAK BAY 



iflCARDO-CORTIZ- <AUy HUM 




LADY BEHAV£' 



MM. Sal. • 9M. 



NIIL 

HAMILTON 



Dircctori 60 count in the miking of pictures Her* it your chince to t(« th< 
lo«4bl« Stily (iUr» in » tll-lrttttk prv^MCtwN directed by Car*! K(cd 

ltd » wMrt fc» wiM# hm Htltp m i <>«*cM >y IM CfHtwi. Cmm M 
MC Hmm »w» ffM^ »ktMMHll< HM aHfc* director rm P^'cr 

Tim iJMie lliig»r In ""THC PITFALL,' 



ADULTS 

as<t 



^* Ski Girls" «fr" 



Tomorrow 



FOt S DAYS ONLY 




I \^ I I IMI S T(>l)^\ 

"BLONDIE MEETS THE BOSS" 
wiik rrNNv BiNOLrroN # ABTmm lake 

ALSO' "CODE OF THE STREETS" 

WIU THE LITTLC TOl'Uli <'l VS 



SHOWWAT *«OUND THE BEND! With a Cftw o* Smarttst, 

Gayest Entcrtjiners Aflo.it' 

FUN, MUSIC AND 
i<SMANCIt 





Blues 



NROTHY LAMOUR 

LLOYD MOLMf ^ 



AND 



ran* •m4 Win ^ . 

ANNA MAY WONG 
AKIM TAMIROFF 

J.CARROL NAISH 



toitoy and Friday Only I 

A GREAT SHOW THE HILARIOUS GOJNGS- 
ON INSIDE THt MOST GLAMOROUS SOCIAL 
CIRCLE IN TMI WOftLO! 

"CAFE SOCIETY" 

M 1- .1 t "I -.11 ■: 'I ' I w iih 

MADELEINE CARROLL • FRED 
MkMURRAY • SHIRLEY ROSS 

ADBCO ■ 

"THE STORY Of ALFIID NOWL" 

THf PtOVINCE OF QUEICC 



TIAVfLTALIt. ^ 

tFORT NOVtLTY 



'• WO«LD NtWS 



20- 

DAM V 



STARTS SATURDAY!., 
Joan ( rauloni • Jhiih'm SN'wart" 
• | Ir , I ollir. of 

■1 With LEW AYRES 



I 




<><<>r> 
rMavi 
■tarda* 




Tickets Now, on Sale at 



MARtONITTE LIBRARY 1019 Dr^uqlM Sr 

FOR AUDRANS FA^MH'S COMIC 



Pkofi* E 1012 



OPtRA 



EMPiJtr 



"LA POUPEE" 

lY THE VICTORIA GRAND OPERA ASSOCIATION^ 
»r ita »i ^MUP*.-g'^»>- tl i^A ^ 

lltaU Urarrrra M«rrb >!■ April I 



Brimsek 
Trophy 



Awarded 
for Best 



Rookie Qi Season 



JSsmm 



Jackson Going Into Air 



Young GoarTender of tlie Boston BhuM Highly 
Hono red in Firttt Yaw ia Major Lengiio VLoiekey 
And b Givoa4!;ddw Trophy--4loy Cona. 
cber^ond ilnd GiMcbreelit Third 



TORONTO, March 39 CP). — 
I-Vanlue Brinuek. young ahutout 
artlat of th« ■oiMin Bruliu aiid • 
J^Mlonsl Hockey League all-star In 
M« first eamp*lBD, won the Calder 
Trophy twiTdwl tAnually l» H it 
best NHL rookie, the qtfgfllri 
Preaa announoed tonight. 

BrlmMk. a tw«ity-t«ro-y««r-old' 

from Hibhliicr Minn wa.-^ th<' rhoice 
of thirty-four writers who balloted 
oii the belt crop of rookier^-thil! 
N.H.L. has aeen In years. Roy. Con- 
acher. sensational young left-wlBtar 
of Hruinh. ran a cIom MeOOd (ojlls 
goal-tejjding c^i^maW^^ 

The ' writeii listed their thvea 
preferred rookies 4n order and three 
points wort- given for flr-^t choice, 
Uo for wx'ond and I'lif for third. 
This was the flnal puint etandlng: 

Brlnisek, Boston, W; C a n a oher , 
BoMon, 66; Roy Oleaebreeht, De- 
troit. 44; Jack Crawford, Boston, 10; 
Wilt Field. Ain<-iiGaBSr..4f Bill Sum- 

merML Oanadisna. J; Oaetg* Alkn. 

Rangen, l * ^ 

WB^JfM. !^ (he best rooklg troffhy 



awarded by Prrsldenl Prank Calrter 
of the N H L. Is Just one of Brlin- 
aek's startling accompli-shmenu thu 
fwason. His first and most astonish- 
ing achlevamcnt mat dissing the 
Cfat Tiny Thgm p<O B »lt tf. Jos- 
ton'a goftL.— — 

Brought up bgr lUnager Art Ross 
for ttie openUif gain». when Thomo- 
soo was stMlved with an Injurv 
BiiaLBek was so hot he nevar went 
baelrto' the providcnot Xann club. 
Thpmpeon «m aokl io DetvoM and 
Brimsek WM irLstalled olBeially. 

He allowed fi wer gosls than any 
other NH L. jx-tminclei tliLs «ea»on 
winning the Vezina Trophy lor Uiat 
ieat- Hff also led in shiitoutg wtth 
ten: Ho<:l'ey writers voted him on 
the Canadian Press first all-star 
team. 

These stirring records in goal won 

only four points from Roy Conachcr. 
brilliant younK brother of Lionel 
and Charlie. Conacher led all 
MJIX. scorers with twenty-iour 

Ttitrtr of Ihe thirty-four #rtter<i 



At the Theatres 




BRITISH PICTURE 
AT THE OAK BAY 



■Talk af the DeWI" Htars Ricardo 
Cartes and Sally EUcrs, . 
Opeataf Tadajr 



A very fine British pletutc with 

|Hip\ilar Hollywood stars in the 
itiiding role.-i and with a novel and 
ingenlou6 >aoi> uiii open .tonlgfai 
at the Oak Bay Theatre. 

The title of the film Is 'Talk of 
the Devil," and the .^'at.s are Rlrar- 
do Cortes and Saliy Eilers, wtu> niukr 
a perfect romantic team In » strong 
dramatl< story rontalning many im- 
e.xiH'tttd and rxciting twists. 

"Talk of the Devil" was directed 
by the brilliant young British direc- 
tor Carol Reed. ' * 

STAKPSHISAU 
ON TM CARD 

Hopalons Caaaidy Encaxes m Thrill- 
ing Gamble at Columbia 
"Imeel TralT 

In the thrilling days of tlie fron- 
tier West many a man may have 

M.iked hus all on the tiirn of a sin- 
pie nud-and that is Just what 
■ HopnloiiK Cas,sldv" 1.- called on to 



AMU$EMENXS- 

Oa the Screes 

AIM*— "amlllng Along." star- 
ring Clra( ie ^"l<■ld^ 

Capitol — ' Cafe Society, star- 
. riat MMlelelne Carroll. 
Catanibia — "Sunset Trail.' 
With "Hopalong ° c&uidy. 

' DaMlBleM— "Bkmdie Meets 

tlM Boss." with Blondle MMi 
Oaffwood Bumstead. 
Oak aayWTftik of the OtyU." 

starring Sally Eiler,';. 

Plata — Topper Takes a 
Trip." starring 
Bennett. 




m WIZARDS 
COMlNy HERE 

Famous Hungiriin .Table 
Taiwir lxpiiU to Play ^ 
" W Cfty Soon " 



Wi/.trd.? m their chown profe* 
Mon. Ljtzlo Bellak. snd Tibm Hn/i 
Hungarian esponimta M the table 
tennis pastime, will la 'seea In ac- 
tion at 'he Crystal Garden on tl.r 
t'vetiiugs of April U and Vi i-lnai 
dttftUa In connection with the \ i.sit 

Bob Crdm^le, prisldeBt of ihe Vlc- 
torlii Table •> Tennis A.sj>tn lallon. 
under wiioaa.ausplce<> the exhiUitioti 
will be etaged. 

Present Hungarian rhamptoiu-anU 
.semi -finalist in the 193I world's 
championKliips Hast will be making 
his first Victoria appearaitce. Bel- 
lak, Haii'i oattp«nk« «B the bam- 
lormlng touTi needs no introdius- 
iiun to local followers of table 
tennis Tliey .still remember lU*-- 
colorful eshlbltioiv here lasL seaaofr 
with Viktor Bama, and will wel- 
lonie his return Master ahowmaO 
and one of the nio-^t versatile p«'r- 
formers in the game today, Bellak 
is very popjilar with fans every- 
where.' 

Smce appearing h«Te with Viktor 
Barns, Bellak tias toured many 
countries and played in many fir.^t- 
class ^tournaments, winnitig 160 
^ames with(>!Ut tasting defeat. He is 
the pre.srnt holder of the United 
States National singles title aod co- 
hloder with HmI «f' the United 
States doubles crown. 

A club tournament will be held on 
April 4 .I and 6, when mens and 
women's singles, men's double^u 
iiUaed doubles will^ featured Ttu* 
Iinalv of the men's iinplcs will be 
i>la,\f<l thf firbl nlKht of the n-Uak- 
, Han txhlbitlon. Butnei (i.>i lh< lo- 
cal tournament will be recelvttd by 
Wllmot Browne-Cave. 



KENT'S 



Niw mt — 

KELVINATOR 

•tlHQGERATORi " 
Wtw on M tphy 

KENTSv LTD. 

641 V.,)> - ^ < 




~~ "0 TISTINO f-BtS • 

Sfff iiiai If aa 

AI L TTm 09 MAKKS 

RIIIMNO tVII AIIJISTINO 

BOULTBEE 



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IMS tSTSS ST 



OTTAWA GOLF PRO 
SitoOTS 73 CARD 

BOURNEMOU'IH, England. March 
29 (CP>.— Wally Smlthens. former Ot- 
tawa pro, carded a Ti toda> and 
saw a chance" of finLsluiiK in tiie 
money as the qualifying field of lOO 
shot the first round in Tlie Dally 
Mall £3 000 <$e.400> golf tournament 
uvfr the toimh Qiieen.s Park cour.se. 

Henry Cotton, of Axhbrldgr. and 
Cecil Dennyr-of Thorpehall. led the 
field hon.e wjih fifl'."- The Caii.nliiu^ 
hro'lK i.i,, Willie and Hen L<anib of 
Toroiiio ;x»ted :tS and 82, re» 
specttvely. 



Kl tiHV IMON Mim:U£& 
LONDC:>N. Mdirh 39 (CP) - English 

0<aai4% aT Tlglj/in ma * *»t-» t -^A **>J>X> 

nufl vf tttTtt tffitt*. I tt"o |JHi,TW iWMljy 
resulted as follow'- ' 

Not I luiinptoii 11 Uut;l)\ R 

Bnd4:Ltid 22. Newport 14. 

United Hospitals 24. Uuminatn 
Students 14. 



W. & J. WILSON 



do in the latest of thle popnlor 

"Sunset Trail. " whleh WIU opea thU 

afternoon at the Columbia Theatre. 

Obstructing the safety of the trail, 
always a cardinal offence Ih the eyes 
of law-abiding citizen.s of the cattle 
country, beeomee doubly dangeroiu 
for erlmlnala when "Bbppy" aeti out 
to work for the fOTMi «f law and 
order. 

William Boyd, popular outdoor 
star, again t'^ seen a.s H' p.tIui.k' 
Cassldy,' and Oeorge Haye^ and 
Russell Haydeo onoe'more are his 
pals. 



Ja«t*t WmUws — 
' uwm'm mm 

\in OOVBKNMENT STRFLT 



H 



ERB'S 

mtno forward, koiiik hit'h 



Busher " Jackson, - Do^ 
into 

the air right under Hie Wi lern 
haskat during tha Unal game of the 

BriiLsh Columbia men's .senior cane 
play-off last night at the High 
School gymnashjm. 



iif vhkh the 



local team wnn b\ a 4t.-:M scoic to 
cluicii tile provincial uilc liom the I 
present Dominion Utieholders. i 
"Busher" missed the shot with Hen- 
derson. Western guard, crowding 
Iniij) under the hoop Thi.s action | 
took place in th« second hall of the 
hectic and Unportant batUe. 



CbluiDbia 



foil \ \ I It I I 



answers 
withbUfi 




y^llll*** nil — 



fHRILLS 



OF HONOR 



Den 
TERRY 

Marjr 
RUSSELL 

I Caiumtta Picture 



M I 1 I f N M ' 1 1 M- 1 1 K 




I XTBA CAa i o<TN 

It *»:t o 



ATLAS Oracle Plelds, one of 
THEATKC nimdom's gsyest fem- 
inine funsters, who r«r 

cently scored In "We're Oorng to Be 
Rich." has her best picture to date 
in "SmlBhg Along " Mth Oenttur's 

inenv mu.siral prodiirtlon, which 
vkiU close jpuight at tlie Atlas The- 
atre. . 



CAMTOL "Cafe Society. ' now at 
THBATRE the Capitol Theatre. 

casu gorgeous li2ade- 
lelne Carroll as an ultra-sophisticat- 
ed and .bored daughter of the rich 
and TnA MacMurray as a two-fisted 
gentleman of the prag* IB a alonr of 
H socialite's rough -and'tumble ro- 
mance with a son ot the 



DOMLMON 
THEATRE 



Dal.sy 
family 



the Bumstead 

pooch in Co- 



partldpatlng in the poU. had Con- 
acher on their Uets, twenty-eight 

hfMi Brlm.sek and twenty -seven had 
Olesebrecht, brilliant centre of the 
Red Wings. But Brimsek was named 
for the top spot by eighteen of hi* 
selectors and .Conteher by only 
twelve. 

The Calder Trophy was first won 
In 1937 t>y Bymnus App». of To- 

r 'l.to Maple U.il.s Tlie 'aiikmt 1 i.-l 
year was Cully Dahlstiom. o: Clu- 
cago Black Rawks. 

WH LEAD 

IN 0.1. mi 

Evcrton Pulls Away from 
Wolverhampton by Down- 
ing Manchester, 2-0 

LONXX>M. Mitfch 29 <CP) -^erton 

retrhed ItJ^ lead over Wolverhamp- 
Un Wanderers in the race for the 
liglish Football League ch^mplon- 
iUp today by defeating Manchester 
thited, 2-0. on the latter .s ground 
aJt Old Trafford. The Lan( a. -r; ^ 
now have . forty-nine points, five 
mope than their Wohrertiampton 



TONIGHT'S HOCKEY 



tunley Cup plajMlowns: 

Series "A" 
Rangers at Boston. inf Ui of best- 
of-eeven games eertes. Soston leads, 
3-1). 

hertra "DT 
Toronto at Dettoit. (Second besi- 
of-three games series. Toronto won 
nrst). ' • " 

Allan Cap Play-Dawm (West) 

Western Pinal — Port Arthur vj 
KimbeHey. at Calgary. (First of 
best-of-fiV( .sertef,!. 
I'ndaied Memurial ( up Play-Downs 

vVesterii Final - Brandon at Kd- 
mooton (First of best -of -five scries* 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 
ANNUAL 

BOXING DISPLAY 



The Annual loKisf Diiflay Will Be Held in the School. 

Gjfsif 



PINDAYg MARCH 31— AT 8 P.M. 

TIm Hoo4n!«9t«r Cordially Invifti Partnta, OM toys and 
Friosda of Hio School I'O So. Prosoiit 



SBtfBB FABATCS 



Lsdy: "T wish to exchange Uii.s 
dinner pong for .^niuthing eLsc." 
. Salesgirl: . "Don I you find it u:>e- 

^uir . . 

Lady "No' in nw hoi'i. r M- 
husband and the boys are sitting 
at the table before I have a chance 
to strike It!" 




Sin«i«» Iriior Roir In 
.Stagt' IV'rforniaiicc 



Inmbla'a "B 1 o n d I e ' rlval.s 



Meets the Boss," which will elose to- 
night at the .Oomlinlon Ttieatre. is 

the first ranlne Jitterbug In hWory 
The dog dances with Baby Dum- 
pling in a jitterbug contest, which is 
won by Arthur l«|ia and Dorothy 

Moore. 



PLAZA 
-THEATRE 



BUUe Burke, who is lei^. 
tured with Roland 

Yf)iinK and ALin Mow- 
bray in support of Constance Ben- 
nett in Hal' Roach'! gay comedy. 
Topper Takes a Trip." which is now 
at the Plaza Theatre, u a great b^- 
lt#vei' In the home and feels that 
civilization would perish it women 
deserted domesttettr entirely. 



Results of soccer games played 
tedajr.folloir: 

INClLIRH LEAOtrt 
Division I 

Birmingham 1. Huddersfleld 
Town i. 

Charlton Athletic 3. Grim.sby 
Town 1 — 
Manchester United 0 Everton 2 
Middlesbrough », Portsmouth 
.siok*» Citv > WOlvarhampton 
W.inderers 3 

Division 111— Saathcrn Aeetlon 
Bournemouth S. Bristol Rovers 2 
SCOTTISH l> ^OVB 
Division I 
Hearts 2, Albion ltovers'9>,' 



Ij^iTalk of the Devil" 




iOiU Ai i'OMK 



;^mable the draw t.» be m.td(* 



to play the secmd roOnd on April 
15 16 _Play will be on handicap 
. auries should be made wiUiout 
, Jdelsy to the fecretarr. James Smart. 

The annual sprint ' co^npetituui^^ 
for the Hodg(w ( - : N i^lav.d 
by the women men, U is ol Uorge 
Vale Golf Club .starUng this Wifvk- 
end. The competition mils t.<i t.vo 
inedal rounds of eighteen holer, on Canada > greatest pr^nent-day hur- 
handlcap. the first to be played on idler, .^aid tod.iy he had received of- 
Saturday or Sunday of this week. Iflclsl recognition of a Canadian 
the .terond rotmd next week-end ' rec<ml of 13 5-10 vronds for the 
lu'-mbeis who Will br a'v i\ < , iJO vwrd h'lt(ile'= OTonnor Set 

•reoord here ktft AiiguHi 



TICKETS 

NOW ON SALE 

At Marionette LiWary 

lOlV sw^ Si PH«^rHSI2 
Tar Aiidrsa'i COMIC OPERA 



LA , 
POUPEE 



.= — RsroBo II Bgf^nwiiro 

TORONTO March » CP* —Larry ' ' 

O'Connor. 6T ~Tot<ml6'. coksldered 



By THE VICTORIA GRAND 
OPERA ASSOCIATION 



75r. il.OO 



EMPIRE 




T 



JAMLS yu\it 
ALCNTED tenor, who will make 

hi« d< but a.s the ha' hful novire 
■I.'ii)"ioi in Audran » << l< bralf d 
comjc opcfa. "La Poupee," whlcfrwlll 
be presented by the Victorta Ora^id 
Opera Association at . the 'Empire 
.,.13aeAtraJomorro«JU)d Saturday. 



SPECIAL 

SCOTCH 
miSKY 




HI 



ilSTILlEDandBOTTlED 

"SCOTUNO 1 




This adverti»cment-i« n(<t ptibli^he' 
Control BoarfJ or I ■ ' ' - - 



c r •!■ ';.'. I -. cf I bv the i,ic{UOr 

^ • itish Columbia. 



&*Uy K i le rs e n d B i r s rrt o 
Devtt^' JU VOMNkl The 



Cortcz Play Leading Roles in 

-e PiffuTf Which WiO Open 

Oak Bar 7 



Tslk oi 




the , 



ad\e<ni$ement it «oc puhlisked or diipjU^Td t^r I iq^uor CoRtrol Boftr^e«f bf .ttw 



14. 



THE DA I T V roT.nxiST, VTCTOR IA. B.C.. THURSDAY. MARCH 30. 1939 



SCOUT m? TO 
JEUELOUERE 

Up-lsland Boys Will Be Bil- 
leted in Beacon Hill Park 
■ At Hey wood A venue 

Boy Srrjut-i frmii all vclionA of 
Vancouver Island, numbering 
' proximately aob, wtti b« In Victoria 
itartnt the Ylslfof the -King and 
Qupr-n, will «Amp In Beacon Hill 
I'ark. on the luywood Avenue loot- 
baUA fteM. The' Minp illc win be 

■ aiJabU' frf rn JSaturday744«y-2'J. to 
Wedm-. day May 3! GifOUpa musl^ 
notify Uie dlhtntt commiMJoiier, Vic- 
toria, of the approximate number 
mtmitlnj to uae the TadUt l ea an d - 
til' aiTproxlmatf tlnX of their 
ariival. 

Colonel Dopping-Hcpens^. ..dle- 



IHayor Appetdi For 
DonatioHB T o^gard 



OVER thp siKnature of 
ICay.or Andrew McOavin. 
a lurtMr Hpubllc appeal waa 
mad* jmtardur lor 4fln»t^ 
towards the-coet of celebra- 
tlonc In Toniiettioii *iih the 
visit of the KUig and Queen 
At the end of May. "^a are 
iiiakiriK an appt-al to our rlll- 
zcns lor M>me niiancial ii.>.si.st- 
. imce Ih~'WB*r~th«t we mav 
mark thla historic event in a 
numg manner," the li^ajor 
stated "We urniersiand tliat 
In all cities being vUlted b> 
Weir Un)Um a sUiUHi *p - 

for funds ls Ix-uisr made 
and It would be appreciHted 
.*a(y-much if you couki m.ake 
a donation -t owards th e ex- 
pense Involved* oontribulloris 
^^louW be loi warded tf) M;r, or 
McGavui. at the City Hall. 



( (unniitlrr Plans 
II orse _E vents at 
- W Motes Ground^ 



I 



trlcf comml.*=.sloner of Duncan, will 
b«- the ramp rhlef Major H. B. 
H int T Aiil bf ui fhaiKe of .supplif, 
and W. R. Uurdaii-y will be respon-s- 
tor the laying out of the camp 
.'aiabuy-arrangemenLs and for-the 
' iM'ilon of a flag^staff. 

SCOUTS >HJJT COOK 

IS' .1 t< ',!.<» iind gfound nheets will 
be HVHilahl'- to -the vi.sltl'nir RcoutsJ Alrii rmaii W. H. Davles. chairman 
r^n.up.'. luUsi bnijit iheir *)wn rooK-^'of tji» City Council ceh bi atioii 
utensils aixi wiW >>■■ e,\|>c( ti d to coinmULee. hah received from Hit 
do llv ir own c»K)king Rover-Scouts Royal celebration hone show and 
f< r Lhe Victoria district will beipolo t/t iimpv committee p**"! ''"«• 
iilk.iicd t o cub packs reflulrlnf |entertaii»ment at the Willows Park 
:. 1 iMii c Ftiel will be .supplied to from May 26 to M. 
tv ii uroup ' ^ According to the Tiroframme. an 

8coiu unUorni^ .'n: \,i *tnu international polo tournament would 
f, (.11., Hit t| - I inij) l.iv.'Vti u\>- < (>inmei)C<< in the park lit 2 :!0 o'rifKk 
r-lHli»r"T^'T.Ti'" fii:!"*.- Ti^r--nfJ l it on ihr iillci noon ot Mav 26 with 

fhev 'i > ' ,;, i:.- ■ but it ir;iin> tiniii \'.tiii o iv. 1 Kanil(^>p.S. 

tpttl not ty p<5:..s!b!r t"P thf in to line Duncan, Calgary, the city, Seattle 
fiiie?1s or fulfill other ta.sk.s to and Tacpma. At 8:15 o'clock at night I 
vhnl. .*-!;•' lit, s niiiv b'- aiU," tI horse ,show would take place 

A hospi.al idit rquipprd wilh , Plaius call for, a continuation of, 
f ' i^-plion'v Will be in charge of Rover ; the palo tournament and horae ahow , 
.•^< ''Ills ,1 ihi> disirict^ There will be at the same tlmc.^ the next day. and 
:i < hartu +aiiaxlt at ChrLst Church th« final play for an International 
( • hfffi;.i -it :! pin on .sundav. May fii.TilrnKe trophy on Um afternoon 
28 at whi'ti !he Kishop ol Columbia of May 28. 
will give Mie aridrr.s.s I . - 

Tt 'X hoped that flltv American' : . THEY K.NOW WHY 
'^k-tni.s Irom the .Seattle area will be, • - 

pi 'vriii in rairn All itfxip' .ind M mv AuK iicans rat m i I o ii 
pH: k.s Httendine must be in diaritei sprinkled with cayenne |)epper. They 



)>( an adult. If leaders cannot come. 

Jills district. «111 huppli' one or more 

»s;i»l«*tBTIts on request 



don't believe the old sui>er.sillion 
that somebody Is talking about, them 
when their ears -bum. 




l^lulie Anne Moore/ 



CHAPTCR XLVt 

"I wonder." Laura ba_ld. "if you 
icllzf* that vou'.ve never a«ked me 

It I I >ve vou 

V.Uh ,'iir I II T 15.iH dii'w tiuiuvs 
on t.hr cioih I'o be in i.s to 



and in that time the itoiy would 

b«' well along. 

Bart .said. "My apartment isn't 
large, but It would serve imtil you 
Cduld find what you wanted." He 

rf:i(h«d aOniN, the labl< ,ind held 



v.iiu Nj.be love I. Laura. You know M"'f 'la^d* »n hi.s. "I don l. want to 
Ihid ef conrs" But while one wants urge .ou. darling, but there's noth- 



imd I ) , ; one tloe. n't de- 

n' iid 11 ^ou w.uit to tell nie 

that yo44 . \ou will." 

Hut 'it 1 ,1l»ld you I did not love 
yoi wonkl,you aUII want nie to 
marry you?" 

If you cared tor me enough to 
ni:»ri y me. I : houldn i be particular 
wmther \oii tailed it lo\e or not,' 
Bart .vaid. Hi. lycs came up, met 
hvrs a.s he .said. "If you were In love 
with oine (II n el.s! well, vou 
wouldn't many ine il you were, so 
<ihere s no' p(Mnt In talking about 
that." 



^. .. , , _ He laughed. *oftly. "I've fell this 

"No, '-{.am I .1, ui'ictl eMiil.v.'lm 



noi m i>i\e wi;,i anvoue tlM.', Bart," 
— : anJ believed .she .spol^ the truth. 
Hhe believed It because this night 
sh<- liiid Willed II and. ^ujviiik ({ood- 
b> ' to Andy, .she liud loid in rsielf 
— — Htat wh e wa.s ^a> ing good-bye' to all 
thai &he li.td evef tell (or hlh). In 
«/ne bniJih he hiul -.lid lar'-well to 
Andy iiid l"\c i.ioiu'u < I'n n'. .ibi,. 
love' m (thl ictuili. Aiui> never 



mil to b. ..ained by-;wsitlng.. Let's 

do 11. Laura liow. ' 

He WM right. There was nothing 

to i{,»ined by wailing. It wa.'-n t 
if siie still had to worry about Nuia 
Nina was Andy's reeponslbility now 
and he was quite competent to look 
after her. She had no one to thmk 
ot but herself. And Bart, of course. 

"Bart — " .she .said lie.sit.uitly, 
"Are you qur.e uit .\oii w.iuldnt 
rather wail a t< w d.i\> :o thmlc i' 
over'? Tomorrow you might not leel 
thi« way. ■ 



way «lnce the licst time I laid eyes 
on you, honey. I'll always ^eel this 
way." He relea:td her hands and 
piJAhed hu chair back. "Say yes. 
darling, and. I'U call Katp and (ell 

him to prepare loi ui*^, 

-He wa.s ao eager his eyes shone. 
Laura said at la«t. "All-right, Bart 
. . i if It s what you want ' 
In.>i:aiilly he was on his feel. 



would t was sad and tranlc and I bending over the table. "My daning, 

'.null II, ••.«r regret it I proiniseiyou. 
You ar:"!! t afiaul. are you.' ' j 

wasn't afraid. There ( was j 

i<> be afi.iid <»f now. i 



nil ri.i 
■ ag.iin. 



bii II wa- iMie fcilie ,il(l 
1 here Isn i anyone eUc, U.irl. ■ 
I want jfou to know' iii.it, " f, aiie 

liait i|iodd":l anil tl,'> wi'ie >llrni Inoiliii 
While line wa.li r |)ia( .'d .sleiiuiin',, 
dislM>,s b« tor.' thrill Alter a little 
they were^alouv .lUaat 

Bart .said. "I want you to tell me 
r\.:.tl\ wha; kti.d i,[ .i wedding yuU 
wuiil and wlrn you w aiU it " 

5Iie n et HIh aiid dropped her 
e' to hi I pi.Tc .u.iin '.No lu.s- 
.^\'hinina. II .s oilirr ilian U ^'il, 



, no. expen.sive glits to the brldiF," «he 
Mt cl . 

.Jiinple, in o'.lur word . " He nod- 
ded hl.s ,ipi.n)\,il And whrn?"'- " 

It didn I, itiw iliouKiu. really ma I - 
ter when. He woii|d doiilitleii> im»tot- 
on .1 iLp oiii .ui' ie, n lioneynuM)n 
; .SUc couUIn ; i) '..-.bi> Ko away, until 
she'd-: compiet.d at lea.st a. jnoiuh's 
hcr i p k "fW llU ' ' Tjpl ' ll ' l g Da'wn ' pro- 
(jr.imme Perhaps not even thwm 
'I hcie would be u h<l.'«,ils aiid,-^re- ' 
writing and Uie ustiftl round o( c<>n- 
ferfncf«»: ' ^ 

.She lo'.(| |il;ii "\ (Mil l ar, wer tilat. 
at the moment. Uurt. It might' bo 

- Wise, tf wifim*tf^ /• 

''Why not at once. Laura? -No pre- 
iltrinarles and na f u.>>«. Just you and 
1 and a c,lergyman. .with wllne.-ses 
»o nM\\r~ icgfc.. J know— we ll fly 
to Virginia! Al e w a n driaa the place, 
I think, .sltue Klkton l.s out of busi- 
J'ness. I 11 piioiie the Newark aUHMt " 

"Are you wrious?" She waj<"'nnll- 
ipg but. walcluu«.JiTs~fac~eT she luiew 



Im not alraid. slie said. 
Bart went olT to look for a phone 
She .saw hini - lop ai ri .,k .i -h' 
hradWaHer ami ,i i , 
disappeared i ; . , a Uooi neai 
the .entrance, aiic thought Hr 
Wouldn't let me tell hfm about Andy 
nhd Nin.i and nie. but he knows 
I m not In love with him. I m not 
hiding anything Ahd I will make 
him a good wife. I, will , I 
will . .! She caught lier "Breath 
. harply and the IKtle .soiuid wa^ 
like a dry sob. . 



She saw Bart when he waa stlTT 
a dn.'.«'n feel aw.iy and Mnnp curto i 
quality In his good-loolUng^ t^<^*' 
M>nt a warning tremor alons-hrr 

tieive.'; before' he eotild s4l dnwn 
he a.sked, . "Sonicilung .s wron»«. 
Mail what i« 11? ■ .... ^ 

He dropp«>d into hus chair. " Kato 
.say.s Dale Cromwell h%s l>een tryin.< 
to net in trrtich wi;h ii.s for ninic 
than j,n hoi' - He left a. mc .vaK' 
with Kato that*! brjnf you out a. 
quicklv as possible." . 

"But why*" 

Hart shruKSed "I can t very well 
retii ae. , lj « l» i but e f a>l th e tti iiea " 

"Wouldn't it be a sodd tdtt. to 
rail Dale'' It ir !■. Ik a lokr 

I did call. Bart answered. As 
soon as Kato hung up. But there 



wa.s no responL!#".*'Tte -sid a:* L«*ira 
he was serious and she thouRnt ; i rose and pirkrd up hei purse "TCalo 
And, why not? He certainly coi.idii t j .vairt Dale m. .mi.-d hke a man In 
to on a trip at once— not unlU he | grave trouble andJUto has a fine 
had krranfcd to be a wy fium thr[wiir75rTr6«bte.'' 
ofTlee If might, be a month or more To Be Continued! 



Under yottr laster Bonnet 

tof C«sr«r' H«vc It 4e«« aew . . it mU keep 
iHtt rifkf for Hisl aew latter baaaet. 

Avalon Beauty Shoppc 



1 104 OOUOLAS STRUT 



PHONi inu 




I 

I 



Spencer Values in Spring St 



Spring^w eaters 

In Such a Host oi Styles and Colo rs Yoii 11 Want Two jjr Three I 



ALL WOOL AND ANGORA J^HD-^WOOL 
PUH.OVERS— >hori-sleeved tweatera with 

jtnift iftcR l ine's nw ii aw^-w *u th» • 

spring shadei. Sizes 34 to 38 

ENGLISH BOTANY WOOL CARDIGANS 

—Styled with liiyh and "V necklint;&. long 
slerv'cs and m iovdy- lacy pat t c rn-y. -tnzr^ 3 4 
to 42 ■ - ' - -nm I ■ ' "y^-^**. 

ANGORA CARDIGANS— Made by Jant/en. 
Designed A itl! luu^i ^lecve^, liif^H iifcklincs 
button fi"iii and fitted vvaihtband. Si/c- 34 

^AWMUra. let F^oot 



It's Smart to *Mix' or 

Wlatch' Your Ow n 

KNSEMB1.ES 






SKIRTS 

SMARTEST YLBS— NEW COLORS 
Price* to Suit All! 

WOVEN WOOL SKIRTS— I'la.nsliaHlc.x.f hp. uii, 
navy, black, dark ^-rccn, grcy,,suez, light blue aii<l 



' rose tones. 

7a^lliM^ in l'ari-> in navV, brown .ni'' 
1-lied witli /ipixT l.-i-tcnitiL'' '^\yr ' 

GORED, PLEATED AND FLAKED SKIRTS in all-wool flaiinil 



Shepherd checks (Uvorite^ of Spring 
I nk. I'leated and gored st vies nn 
1 ' $2.05 

and 



tweed niixtura«. Sniart shades ahd color blendings. Sizes 14 to 42....93«05 

TARTAN SKIRTS— Deep knife-plcatcd skirts of all-wool \ iveTia flannel, 
(leiniiiie ci:iii tart.in--. itu liidm;; lliintiiiL; Stcwirt, litinting Meii/i( . M u - 
Crcgiir and Knyal .Stewart. Si/t> 14 to 20 2^8.05 

— Mantlm. Ut Hoot 



J^lea's Broadcloth 



SHIRTS 

Regular $2.00 Valu« for... 



."(Mike and For.'^y tli 
txcilleiit quality 



SHIRTS — IiVtffilh 
makes. Neat-fittiug. 
>hirts with attached fused collar, 
patterns itT an asao rtm a nt — of 

BROKEN UVM—Priccd (or clearance. 



Woven Broadcloth 

SHIRTS 

$1.83 



Value* to $2.50. 

For- ...... 



.\i i"v\ and I"or>\tl! iiiako of a fine j.jra<le 
broadcloth. "An a'^.-^orlim-nt of fancy pat- 
terns 4nd pleasing shades. A-U sizes. 
Priced t o ylear 1 ' 



tn^^lish Foulard 

TIES 



For 



gfiTii ti nn iBiWiei 



W ell Shaped \\ idt - l-'.nd 'rio> in nimu r- 
oiis fancy patttrn> and ssuiart .spring 
shades. Large choice and great v alues. 

• - — -• mu ' t F uTHmiia»> . Mam pimt 





Imported 



WOOLEN& 



SPENCER'S ALL-WOOL DRESS FLAN- 
NELS in a (.nin[)Iete ran^e of colors. .\1 

'.\ V .u.l. in< h( s u ' ^^1.00 

54-INCH SUITINGS in smooth-faced cloth.s. 
Correct weight and chx)ic<^ colorings for stylish 
Stiits, coats and ^kirfs. Neat check and ovcr- 
chcck designs. Blues, brow ns and greens. Per 
yard ...f2.95 



Fashionable Weaves and Colon . . . For Spring 
Coats, Suits and Dreetes 

54-INCH WOOL DRESS CREPES— \ tinn, 
ilui.iMr t( \tnrc that dm s tiot cril>h > ,i ilv. 
r.hi( , i.is<-. l.Kiwn. wine, ,na\ v, cardinal. 

I k .Ml. I \OiMf \ v;.t I .' 

54-INCH NEW COATINGS for the S|)ring 
season. ' Well woven, fancy mixed effect-', nhn 

■<iu]< 111 |il;iiii C'lldi s, iiu hiding hitic- i m ^ , 
brown, j^itni ;unl lilack \ v.nd 

54-INCH WOOL- FABRICS — .\ nudiiim- 
u eight clr)th, stiitable for coats, suits <•! kiit^, 
Woven in plain colors and ,Kniii-ri'n-h iim-h. 
Jshadcs arc 1'ehi.nia. teal, brown, na^}, k'ccii, 
copper and IiI.h > \ \ard . . 

54-INCH SHEPHERD CHECKS— l he , ;,ie 
."•h-iwn in'nav'y and wlnte. i>ro\\n ami \\hite, 
bhu k and white. A fairly heavy \s< ij:ht, 
iliimi-i/e fliecks. .\ vard ijtf.tiO 

A iuie wor.>>ted finish in sajiie colorifig at ^1.98 
36-INCH WOOL MATERIALS for dressen ;rnd 
vkiit-. Sliades are blown, green, navy, bhi<', 

ruj»t and black. .\ yard .^Sf 

Also Soitie in' Fancy Tweed Effects 
VIYELLA FLANNELS in plain odors. Vari- 
ous widths. and weights. At n-ua! pncr^ 

— OrtM Oood*. Main noor 



..1=7- 




Three-Day Big Value 

Demonstration in the 

STAPLES OEPT 



Tofiav, Friday and Saturday 

WOOL-KILLED COMFORT 
ERS m plain nianv.c coverings 
Light weijght and practical 
Each .........E i f ^. 



BLANKETS in ,Su m i »cf w eight 
patterned with plaid effects 

Satern-yionnd ends. S"'. • n 
dard. liach f 1.60 



COTTON I F I L LE D COM- 
FORTERS^ — .\ttractiveh jfcov- 
f rrd. Full size. Kach , $1.40 



^OOL BLANKETS-^ 

grey ImiII d' «iilil' ' • I 



PURI 

Sil\c 

size, ^2 X 84 inches 



fair $7.4 



.^anie (ptality in. child's c 
I^ach 



BLEACHED COTTO 

SHEETS with hcmstitclu 



i 



WHITE FLANNELETTE 

SHEETS with oloied Iiordcr-- 
.Si/e 7U \ 'HJ. Siib.standard.~. A 
pair , 92. 2f) 



end"'. 
F.ach 



Size 80 X 'M. 



Finished. 
j$1.00 



PILLOW CASES TO MATCH 

- Svrri,-,!. f.-iti 39<* 



COMFORTER COVERS- l<ea.l> t-- dip . mi votij- old cin- 
lofter. thcicliv renew in:; it for l^pring. Mad<' with con- 

Kach $1. 49 

v.^ . $tm 



trastmg oiit^nle panel 
in rrntrt' 



W ith panel- 

BROCADED RAYON BLUSPKEADS witii scalloped 

Mt . - r.o h .'$2.00 



BLUSl'kLAUS 

.sit N pK) iiulie- 



'f rich satin wiih-iiei |> irilled side- "~i/e 
i::irh . ^3.60 



feXTRA SPECIAI. 

COTTON ^1 ATTS— Com forte r 

'JO incfies. Special, each. ■■9C 

WOOL BATTS— Coinfortcr^izc. 70 Jt 96 7Q|% 
im iir-i. .^peri.'il. c:k\\ I WW 

-...-Ueie'a an-Opportunity to Make a Saving by 
Making Yotir Own Comforter* 



CUSHIONS FOR KITCHEN. CHAIRS — Very . it 

",\ti,i ^ei i:il l-,,i< h 11)^ 



" (Colored Strifx^d 
Krinklette Bedspreads 



Daintv "irrcnd" showii in all v\anted col. 
•.. 1 iv.i'der .Old practical. hizei'SS x lO' 

- -i'^cli . .\ 



.a.^v 



$1.49 



BED THROWS-»-\ery attractive. _Shown in popul.ir 
heathertone and dark red. Size fiO x 80 inches. Prtced 
mrh ■ S«2. 19 

UNBLEACHED COTTON— Uxht weight, for c.u;,vr 
winrlowr <»rreen«. etc. 3S-inch.' A yard 9^ 



NOW FEATURED IN THE 

China Department 

Extiradrdifilr3f> values an^ 
a' grea t s e l e c t ion of both 
glassware and chinaware. 

Teapots 

TEAPOTS — l.artjr. 

«~iiuill. pkiin I'l drr- I ,it( ■[. 

ENGLISH ROCK TEA- 
POTS — All .-hapci, and 
po(jf| (tpurers. Priced at ,' 

25' 30* 35' 
45' 55' 60*^ 
70' 

ENGLISH CHINA I hACLFS 
AND SAUCERS - 

1 >( ( orated with yold lines or clover leaf pattern. 
TWO SHAPES.' Ctip and .saucer. 

GLASSWARE 




For Table -Use or Decoration^ Purposes. 

TABLE TUllBLBRS^ — - ' 

With panel Hides. Each ^ 

FLOWER VASES— 

BUTTER DISHES—^ l 
Cotnplete ' with cover... 

GLASS MILK JUGS— 1_ 

l-pint ' <ize. fl»rh 



Z:.::.:..:., sc 

2Qc.^3Qc 



• • •« ••••••••• 



25c 
29c 





To prpv^'nt the acid condirion «o Dr. B R Shurlpy. Detroit, m red.irr th» ^n^l.^tl^h^^ to InfecUOO [ ©jilSe the little heiul oold» which th*- tonfill* »n<1 »<Vnrrtds treH-UTg' 
j : of-pii round in ihrse cues, cutting Amrnran Jo irnal of Siirgrry points with low«>r» f! vlfAhfy of the tlMUM j jio Often mfftn a ciUrrti*! Cflndltlon mi.oved the of th*- food« at>ov« 
ru''- -r*- — ' , 'flown on act<1 foodv- mest,? egRs. ani t.hal while sunery la ofl^n rM^e*. m the ear, now and thrMit. / [ of thf Mnav.- I n.»:r, u-.amei' mTi-itmttfi. to«Ft.hrr with cod Uvtr 
WRtfUmy^t!^ cereate-^tJUj eettnjf mmT"5arv iii rhronic cams, tile uae of cer* i Vii«|xrfn-C tcitmi lrT:igLj»w^'''*IPT*W*«'* >arn*rt That '.'.r.'/ hMd ' od. may prevent uifectlOo of lift 

n WVU^R^HM \jm I ^ii^jju^ foods-- "fruit ajid veg- , Uln food* should alao be a part of ' f table*! haa aim a qiectal tnfltiencc I eekU with a great amoufii of ^ atery I alnuaea. 

"■;.r ii. Ko w or lining n»embran«8 discharge from the no^e can l>r i * 

♦ "r.r ^i}r^- nose and RKmvn. The' prevented by a ro tdu t g or cutting; 



DIET TRF.ATMFNT OF ( HROMC naby.s - has proven helpful Added the treatmrni 

SIMS i.MttTiON j to thu pomt la cutting ' l^wn t 1 ^ • |— ■ ■ ■tn .. - .n of 'hr noM> and mouth. The; prevented uy rrojamg or cuiung: nuiKO itovBhM 

During the past ten jrearg ttieisr j table aalt not only at UMe but to early tnfa n^ . a wul d i w o wni inu» vaiu*" of raw vmeiabia Jtttec Ixa-tef da i w — os rt a tn enmawn artielas ef | An inn or a Yorkahire by-puts ta 

l-iAA been fewer sul-gl al opernllor« all the rooking A.* *alt hold.<i 70 •rouble later in life e.'-peclaJly the pronv>l.n« rrV, jrowtii and in en- food kept by twin bro',her». ConviviaJ 

for ftimi.o allmenu Not that »urgery , time* Its own weight of water m the i proper of vitamin D found In abllng the ceUa to wa^d 6ff narmful , Aa the j.nnaea form the aounding motoriau dropped in for a flnai "oHf 

unwtite or tmnw^<««ry but becaUie I ttasusia. it can be aeen that Im. aelti flgdlk. eggK ahd leafy vegetables. \ onaniama I box for the voice uid. toaethT w^it^iar the road' havt b«en known to 

;iii,>lr \cica\ tre atm e nt and espe-irneanj> rnnge<itlon evenf^wher^ tn | Lack of vr.un.n A in the die; ir i.< now known that reruixi /)f the lining of the. ooee and throat, give one Witib Iwik and nit-n ■Orrrp 

clail)' diet, treatment hM ihadc su^* {the bod\. incliidlng the noae^ Uver ou. buw.cr cream, h.ilk. our niOai ncoev>ar> ai*d noiurbJitng | ritra i.*ad ' OMistcn air gotng to ha«iUy out a t t ain an tl dri-.' can- 



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THE DAi;.Y CQLQNISy. VICTQJ^IA, B.C^ THURSDAY, MARCH 30.x 1939 



Jane Dixon Says^; 



ROY POWERS KING'S SCOUT 



f ■ 



MOLLY WOOD UA» BBOUOHT OUT A NEW UAUl-DO— IS IT J I' ST 
ANOTHU HAUIDRUIEB.TEICK OB W|UT7 

. Whatrf9r'>««nsr ^racia now lus btcn no bmmw than • ttaki: minor. 
l!i tmwMHnt Hk« wildftrr throueh Um ftmlnlne wing ot fMhlOtt, «MMIinf 

those deer cioctle iheep who follow th« bcUwethcn of ityk Inbo any folly, 

howeve r absurd. MVQQtng lUe creature p»nt^ ^ 

Hi* ttpeoimiad Mtffw* k MtaMcly on tiM vitr eutl 

Who Bays so? 

— — Hollywood' And when Hollywood apcaki, all tb« Uttl* 
evHTUiiiiff «mvl tnmf nollMr ki tmir wi nim w to 



Iheep do 
ymT' 

Jjiorui' 

But Hollywood hu done inore than abolish tiM wm$t piece of scul- 
dHCtery that hax beeA perpetrated on the lady ahoap iiaaa the hoMmle aklrt 
It has incugurated lU own venlen of a hair-do that JdlLdo iOIBtttung 

ior the haple«^ vlctlm« of the halrdrewiers' artifice. . , _ . 

Handmaidens of Fashion— Hollywood gives you the babgr bobt 

Only a select few. and those on ihe ncrnc in OiUWMa City have 
been vouchaafed a peep at the last word in hair-do. ao details at this 
wrltlnff are lacking. On the most reliable authority, however. U can be 
suted that the "baby bob" to axactlr Uke It sounda. It Is simple, natural, 
and it aileea ao many ycanoff the wrong aide of a w oman's age tha t her 
htiaHartff iirtiitiltff fwr fonut^ pt»**t kid ilftar.ar t d|pm(Mtr parked up 
for her flret dance. - 

Two of H( llywoo<1f( rno6l radiant charm gal.i haw beat their iUter$ 
to itif bell and have bur:.t upon thr huK-eyecI gaze of the picture populace 
111 biaud nfw baby bob.s ruuikue Colbert and Ina Claire The oh.s 
and nh.s . 'tis said, could be heard all the way to Paris and back— and 
' beauty yAiou^ In the kklg faahion belt are being ■t o w at ly aw lt^ l clients 
ahriekmg for service. 

To get right down tb eaaaa, Hollywood never took to the up coiffure 
~in a Ug wa y . . Th e a>ovl« queena fight the print of yimn as they would 
mauraudihK tlRerr, and It needed no more than one peep into a mirror 
or oi.r Klimp.se of an up-done friend or contemporary to tell them thatr 
thcso piles of curU and puff* and what-nots on the tops of their heads 
make them look likr graiidma In nior" way^ than one Sweetly feminine, 
ye.s, and (jualntly old-fa.«.hloned— but old! So the screen queens wore the 
iip-do v.iu n the plrture.s de.MRnatcd suall««tple, bttt OM tht JM.ttWJT took 
out the pliui and let their hair blav.^.. *~ 

To one woman in a poaalble fifty, the top-knot mode waa baoomlni? 
To that ont U aUU la becoming, and U she la.wlse she will atl^ t*at re 
gardlesi of baby Kota or any othet kmd of feminine epidemic. * 

The urent artlstv of colfflng the world over are Mrulptor.'' The;, 
mould the hair Into a dlstlnc tlw fl attering f r amie for t he face, a frame 

tash inn . .. ' ' 

Ladlea. If the baby bob is Jast anothe r One oL thoae halr-dre aaer 
trtcka. l afa^^» belhg sheep aiid Ignore It. 

(Cep7ri(ht. IM*. to Th« acO BradttRfmnr) 



you ToDowlng tEie lamoua Cbamber- 
laln faahlon?" 
Wlnnl»— "Yes. dear, I re* kon it's 



Jane l .-^ec ih;n >ou and Ethel 
carry a gentleman's umbrella. Are J our duty to keep our 'powder dH' 



TIME OUT.! 



Byi Chet Smith 



LATER 




l&^ Wi U a nd Approved by Dominion Hea 
The Boy Souuu Asaociauoa. 



HER PARTING SHOT 

- W ow that I am 

I may as well tell you that the key 
of the kitchen fits the wine cellar. 
— LTUuatre, Lauaanne. 




OUTSIDE 
OFIHB 

ANOENT 

Rum 




MUTT AND JEm 



Well^ CfOii't a Moose Have a Cootie? 



By Bu d Fisher 



CARNIVAL 

"Oood tealth. Henry."— Lustige 
sachoor Leipalg. 



APPLE MARY 




By Martha On 




"It'a a 



a Coaple eif 



UI E\S LIKE THAJ^^ By Fred Nehei 





■"7 

DENro IE. ,VOU WATCM THE. 
STftND . W HILE. I GO SEE. JO- 
SMfc STf^RTiro HtR. *>OB THIS 




BIG CHIEF WAHQO 



Frcsoom 

IN 
SICHT.' 

WITH A 

NOOSE 

MAOl or 

WIRE 
FROM AN 

OLD 
BROOM, 
WAMOO 
HAS 
OVER- 
POWERED 
THi 
GUARD 
IN HIS 
PLOATIKI& 

mifOM 




UGH.' &OOD THIKJ& 
HE GOTTOM IC6YS IM 
BRITCHES POCKET/y 




By Saunders and Woggon 

[ ttOH WAHOb 

1 GO FINOUM 




POPEYE 



ABlLUOW-DOLLAR 

CARGO, THE MICE LEAVE 
THE SHIP AKi'TMEV'S 
SOSPOSED TO 8e 

SPIRIKS 




WE'A IMTHE M\DDLE ^ 

OF THE OCEAKl, IF THE 
SPlftlKS AIKIT HERE 
THEV'LL 
HAFTA 





POP 



VnajipreciMed 



By J. Millar Watt 



*^e*re Lata Beeauie We 8q«ee«e4 the Toothpaate ^oo Hard and It Took 
~ Ua an Hoar to Get ITBacJi la tha Tabe." 



WkUll AWIAftS" VmV 5UD0ENLV FROM TMS CCtl^K JUST ATTIH 
HAVIN6 FINISHED HIS tttHUL-MAOe OAS MAMC - . 



1 



j 




T TMOUOWT VOU'O LIIKC- 

TO l^MOV, SIP. TMAT IVL 
e&CN SITTING AT TMIS OtS^S 




FOR TWENTV- 

years' 



OH ! so IT'S VOU WMO 
MAS WOQM TMAT MOL& 

^ IN TMC_^. 





TILLIE THE TOILER 



Somebody^ s heelings H a ve Got to GetH^rt 




By Westovcr 



M I 




BUT WMAT'LL WE TELL MIM WE 
OON'r WANT TO HURT HIS FEELINGS 

7^ 




TH ANICSjMAC ^THAT FIXED TWIN6S W ~ WE CANT LET MAC MOVE IN^ME'D 
1— — ' JnM^ ' ^INO OUT ALL ABOUT 00« DVrFtCULTtES 



BUT NOW HOW 
AEE YOU^AOtDM 

KEEP FROt^v 
HUWTING HIS 
FEELINGS ? 




/ 



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^TK DATtrr CpLONTST;"VTCTORIA, g.C., TIII'RSnAy. :\rARCIT 30, 1939- 



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'■idreu*d 10 a MM at Tba 0«.eoi*t and 
torvardao lo intlr prNita addraaa A 

Clou* ol cfi)'.» i» nn«d» loi mailint 
rri'iiaa. U> «»»• U\!t* aroidi 

("Bov Colonm't lo in« count for 

tht oumbtr or voroi 

"out-ol-toim rcadari oi oui »d*tuiM 
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tniiim t* oownniniT ibrewB 



« CASD or TBANES 

rxrLfxru~u"fc<~ i r-i t-i i — i -n—a-'M—rf-- ~ — — —^/-^^ 

Mr P J Nrllor and dauthttr with to 
Xtl&nk Uie doctori and nurMt ol tha 
Jubllea' Hoipltal. and 8t. Barnabaa' CtiHrah, 
for their kind attention, and alta l« thank 
their manr friendt (or the klndneea and 
MTM^atlir tfMwa t« tbam and tot tha many 
kMatIM •Mrarf.atnt iitrlu thai* racent 
aad nirii iiwini im tha iMt-w • vile 
»M(1 nio'her. 



FUNERAL OIBCCTORS 



CanMt 



> J. CURAT A aoN 
Fuatfki OUaciMt 



•eu 



An» claim lor reoela «r account ol 
errot 01 oiiiini iriu»i oa made allhlo 
thirty dan ^totn ii.t date ol the tame 
•tiierwiM the tuiUi not Dt *i\u—a 

The Coiooui i i'i oe ibspoii'io" ">' 
inore than « ' intorreci lotarlion ol any 
•dvertlaMMBl W^WM tw Mtt Uw* ••>• 
iaaua ' _ 

' ao FrSSTT •*■""£» i* 'w 'ekcepluw 
Bunday Juat MU fc W«»rt 



lo in.ure IpaaftlOfc ClaaalHad *<*,^»««f 

day pre»iou» to ouoneatioo, _ — 

^CMm~m;tii Ttim tit**' 



cLAHStincArioNa 

^iMCa (Of Kent 

Acreaie for Bale 

A. r I a«t A ail !k1 

A#ei l^ VS.I.lf'J f 

Auto* lor rtira •••• 

"^HfWl<^4^^ iratniT ••eaeaaae*»S«»o.«o» 

Birtha 'v; 

BicycltJ and- liolorc»cl«» .._..» ■ 

Boaii eiia t^uiict.aa . 

Iluiiding U*n-n"i» 

Bu»lna>* IJirtiioty 

B t*inc» oi>poriunitlea 

Carol at Ili*«yt» 



UiatlBCtlta yunaral 8orvt«> IB Our Mo* 
t<ortuary at Maidcrata Coat 
Expcrienrcd Lady Alleifdant 
6ANIM MOKTDAJiy. LTD. 
Phones: I Ult. O MM IMi 0«adr* 8t 



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1626 Quadra tiUeei 
CompitCk Service at f<ratuntble Colt 
I<ady Atteudant 
' riMM AMU 



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CtUbllabtd iMI 
ni-BMUKlitoB BUOM. VIMorMi. BC. 
K orplro MI4 C mptf «M» O »r<os 1$n 
Lady Auutanl — 



11 UTVATIONfl WAim»- 



(Continued) 



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artu MTfe. ruilin 0'Rn*» O IMX 
0?M» ^ 



ALTI , 
ina • WMlBltir. T. TbtrftolL BMM: 

l7^VERTTinMO IN OONCMn. JVALTIR 
Trace. E74M. 

'pEAMINli. PLOUOHIBO. tXCAVATINO. 
1 etc. Frank Nobba K 3008 Uouilaa 



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Srythlna. Hour contract. ^ 

1" jRimiNu OR oRArriHO, frOit 
treta. cardfnuif or odd Joba. Hay* 
•»rd 'E i««4 

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L>c«th( 

Ureaamaklna 

Kducal>on<l 

Pa mi (or Kent 

PlFDIi (Of'BaiO 

Parma Wanted , 
H»u and Apartmenta to Rant 
l u-, .rid ApartiieBU Waatod 
>'lo»era 



30« •■•t******* 
T^aca«a«a**a«« 

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I FLOWERS- 

NY nORKL OBUON8 at lowtat pru e« 

Pollocli Brut, lilt Ooualai Bt ai»it> 



A 

l>Kow^b vtcioRiA NURaiitifc& oin 
If Viear Pe»un aork aseculed. loatii 
pricea. We trow our llowcia UJ«1£. O Sill^ 

C" ♦AW- E074J 'poR' ARTISTIC PLORAL 
/ ' dMWna jrnninai. (loruta. 7S4 Yaiaa 

. Phone a i4IJ-NiHii H.ione Cl 4t,M 

BALLANTYNB BRO*.. UMITBO 
ini OOttflai Street " Pbesa O 1421 

We Trlegrapb Plowwa 
CUT f l/JWEKS AND OESIONB 

» " MONUMENIAL ^^^^^ 



K , 

L<cckl rrlr.-i ih i 



tlr iimy A tlaA Tlteatrp BUii5hkrd end 

View, or Yatei. Valued k\ keruiske. Re- 
ward, E0H7. 

wui'ixi CAKE roRJ.' — - ■ - - 

h w iir-t-trranr— t***'^ '^^'^ * yellow oold chain 

_ - bracelet, heart lock. SenTImental 

value. Finder phone B IMt. Rcw»rd. 



IKfEPEK 1401. EliU 
Kik diet*. Take rhirtr 

^,>\t'.•^ Box SSn. Cnlonist 



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PurnltBie 

Pual 

PuBtrat Dlraetan 
Purniabad Houaao (er Rent 
FurnialMd Roenta (or Rent 
PurDlalMd Rooma wanted • 
Hairdreaaer* and Beauit SpecUlutf 

Hill> to Rem 

Motelt _ , 

Mouiekeeplna Room* to ROBJ 

KouMkeepini Roona WaBttd 

lloiiee* for Sale 

In Mfmoriem 

l.Mtlnte Cinrelled 

Loal and Pound » 

%laebiaary • 

Market Spoetbia .i><.>;t>>>>>'»' 

MiTrixen 

jt^.^r f 1 1 An ecu f ...■•••••■•••««■••' 

Miiiiry to l.oen 

Monumental Work! ' 

MuMC 

Muiical Inilrumanti 
NuriorT Start. Ptapt* t,\»^ 
rNurtipi bad 0«B*ala*MNt HaaMa 
perional 

Profetslonal Oiroctarf 
Property fei Balo 

Pioparty Wantad ^-'f 

Poultrr aai peaataek 

Radia •••••• 

Koom bhd Boaid . • 

Room and Board «r»l»ted 

Bltuallona Wanted— Kemali 

BitiiniiOh- wiri'fd-Iwlile 

Bummer Renorta 

Bwapa 

Taaehera WMtad 

Tinilwr .. 

To Kti tianta. Real Batata. . •• 

1 o urnt -MI«tellantou» • 

F ovr» Runefv Purn«ref ..• 

llnlurni'h».i Hoimn lo Rent »»" 

Unfurniahed Hoonn Wanted »»» 



STBWART MONUMENTAL WOMCB. LTD 
-Tbkt No, 4 car to worlta. 1«M May 



10 



COMING &¥£NTfi 



U'O.MA'n »alll^ we.'hini. Ironlnu. ilrnn- 
int Sic hour, car fare E SS82. Km. 1 

BBBlUlMAlRem)! - - _ 

IADIES- TAILORINO. EXPERT ORBBB- 
> maklnt. Mil* Alice tUta. 108 Ump- 

son JStreel. ' ♦ 

NURSING 4.\D rONVALKSCENT 
20 BOMS 

I feBANON NURSINQ HOMB. 1110 TATEB 



BtrcM. 



21 



PERSONAL 



TTEN7 ION - KlyONDIKF, NKillT THIS 
Saturilas A O I- Hull. HaMnHki rs 
tlicheiitrB. Prue-: Supper J6c. liOi) (r»c 
to each patrbnl Oaroea o( aUlteacnavional 
Two hailoi BMni your (rianda and win 
tOiPe money 



A' 



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laaoaaaaaaaae 
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.J.J , N OLD-TIME DANrE fTIIUAY OAK 

, 12 30. Sl:^^«art s Old- 1 iinei '<. 
i AdmlaaloQ Mc. 

3 

SI i » N INTERNATIONAL- BH^n IIEUIIOOU 
. ..\ ol PaiiiT Makers wliUt Ur.H' Tmum- 
<l»). Marili 3(1 8 p ni CliKnibi-r of Ccni- 
iiifrre Audiloriuiii Rrlif iiim-iiu. priae.^. 
Admi.sMon 25i EiTvbmU wfUoinr 



I 

24 
40t 
40H 
10 
21 
14 
10 
II 
42 
401^ 
41 
41 
li 
II 

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41 A 

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74 



\LL COME AND DANCE lO lilt .MLSIC 
of Cna*. Hunt and hia boy.^, at 
Bunnyt' Halt. IIO& BT«ad Btratt, every 
Wednesday. Priday. HaturdaT. Laraeat 

fldor in town. 34c 9 p.m 

niO OIJ3TIME DANCE. IRVINE'S 

( ;i(T Mntxr. M C . .M'lndavi 
HiKl !' ,1 ;.. < !o \l 'I'l H'jriir .s' ll.iU. 
I30S I)] .iiil s rt<l Leriir:; Hour In lo»n 
Adnii ' uin 1 '<' 

\N OLU-TIME DANCK WUX Ut HELD 
at the Ea^uiraalt A. A. Asmm mt.m 



A 



AKOOD THAT 15 (i JOH Km YOUNd 
una — ots: — rnjt)\ ;! d.nri ut 

your feci Tct cold II onr lour'^' wliolc 
wheat bread ' fri>i> frnm niolas»n. smer 
or white n(iux_ r'-mcniber «' have 

.^aid health. ^Tappine-^.i and prosperity 
mint TW i a a ll l llll t l iiu i u li piup e i e alliii. 
drinkinc and ^THTiiklng. Our Bacllati 
crunipMs. muffin* and_ tea eakca chaar 
■ itprnnnn teai. Qoldah Loat Baktrp. the 
lioiiK" of (Ood eat.1 

\PtnMA.NEN1 WAVE I.NUIVIDU AIXY 
»(ylrd Special price.' on ahampoo and 
ftniri eiave Bert Waude Satao 111 Tata* 
Sirrf I relep'ione t 4091 

\ K BMITON, DIETITIAN. WILL BE 
.\. II VMt(ir;t AiTii 1. Appointmenik 

VMAK.'iHAl.L lAIbOltED SPHINQ SUIT. 
12::. Complete coata; lure relaihioned 
alterations. Room 63. 629 Yatc.v 

4 CHOICE SELECTION OP PJiE6H 
^ V Rprinc aalmon. ' Aikey'a Ptih Market. 
gj4 Yalet. O 1101. 



I O.S'I 



I OBT-MONOAy faairr. browit pat- 

* ^ ent^ Icattoir puric. E S559. 

W'lRB-HAtBPD TFRRIFH. RED COLLAR^ 
» ' brow I ; 7Sat. ■ ' 



31 



MO.NtY TO LOAA 



U RUilNBSS OIRSCTORX 

lOOBltBIMdl 

•2.50'^ ' 

■1 



«• POB SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 
lOaatiaaadi 



Spimio n'smr tkitbl by ctolb. 
Many recondlttoaad ladlaa' and man e 
blcyclei at moat reaintiltW MM*. Termi 
arranaed. E. H. Harrla • OO* M Varl 
Btraat, next to Rap'a. 



40L 



STOTBS AND RANGES 



A 



25 CDS BONE DRY MALAHAT 
12 In Rea 16 60 -Now I Cd . I4.TI 
2 Cds . 19 00. Six-Day Biilr 
NATIONAL 1-UEL CO. OiJIb 

.-Ik BULK. SACKS 13 iO. I P ISLAND 
i,e niUl tawdutt AH »crrenfd, 
clean, coarse, all fir. Order no» L 7446 
- ■ ,,,„ . I I »EPORB BUYINQ A BAWDUBT BURNER 

r<| BULK. $2 JOwmd ttfi»r. co.rsc li uw the Croft Burner in optrailoo. 
^TL'Zl l„ , .' , iof?' P»lm«r^ Stoea Btott. |M _Paodi«a. O •6*4 

EW~AND OnD~RAMdn. PORRACtt 



FREE UNIT OP BVIJt SAWDUST 
with r\Fr» Kuinfor: durn'r Victor. a 
Sio.f WorKs, 1423 Cur.f i i,ii,»nt Street 
I'l c.iH- E 0(143 



42 rOl'LTUY ANy UVKM«>( K 
(Conttsuodi 



HAMPBBniBB. 
eace. rhicki. 
erase O 12&4. 



APPROVBD PtOCK. 
Alio Rock-Hampahlre 



Kapodr onI>. ab.«oIutr ^utl.^factlon U 



ISLAND SLAB. 13-in . ROD- 
nod Co Alpha 81 Q :'2M 

COB. DRY CEDAR. 12-IM.. FROM 

MakiBBt-n weak aala. |» ad. O »I15. 
S4 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTOR T 



CHIBOPBACTOK8 



FREDERICK OQLLWB. Chiropractor 
Phono B MU H 



^ Wlkkan-Bat it Blda. 

lOUM M BtAirdf^ r o e u ur ad and- 
*l chtrapractoi, lOi Dnlon Blda B MM. 



DENTAL MECHANIC 



RNAMEL 

C»r- 

" Tar'a flfB*e Btora. «1 Port Btreet E 3511 



MASSAGB 



MR8. BARKBR. IIABBBOSB. VAPOR 
bathib ehlroBodUt. MS Bawa. O IMI 

! — ^s^-mmmi-m^^^^mmamamK 

OPTOIt BTBIBT. 

JOSEPH ROSE. OPTOMETRiaT PHONt 
E 6014 for an appointment 1317 Douila* 

OBTBOPATWC PBTBICIANS 

OR. VERNON B TAYl>OR. RE018- 
tarad and licensed 403-7-8 Belmont 
Butidina. Phone E mpiralMl 



\MORTOAaE LOAN CAN BE AR- 
rinaed by ui in any amount, repay- 
mrniiL lo suit Buildint lOant a specially J 
Low intertat. quick dtelalons. modcrata < 
eha/aaa A.aa Oopiaioa Havaina Act laaaa 

P R. BROWN A BOMB. LTD 
1112 ^road Stiwal Pheoe O IITI 

A NV REQUBBT'^pbirA MbRT^^OAUfc AP- 
predated See H C Holmev Pember- 
ton St Son Ltd . €26 f ort 8l O 8124 

\|ONEY fXjR MOHTUAGES, AT CUR- 

***^ r an t rates Buiiiting loans pw t WWd . 
Ere T. B Monk 
J. H. WHITTOME * OQ.. LTD. 
Ill Pembrrton BuUdlnc 



PATENT ATTORNEYS 



Inauraaea. etc 
1310 Broad Btreet. 



B WT OMOBILB LUAHB. 
H. W Miller di Co . 



rpiMB PAYMENT CONTRACTS FI- 
* nanccd. Paclllc Sales Co. 1238 Broad 
street. 



S:1(WW) *> MO AND tS OOO AT 6 PER 

1 . • I">Pro*e<S property only 

11 O. Dalby dt Co.. Ltd.. 834 VKw. oppo.<lte 
Spencer's. » 



A T WIPEA'8 . ORIOINAL 

t\ Toffee Shop. 607 Yalta, an excellesit ' 



lUll 

8-1:; 
Ad- 



DEATHS 



Krifier Street, Saturday. Dnncinx 
7A \ Rrfrexhmenti. Stewart'a Ort^licstra. 

31 I n.ission 3■^c. 

4 N ADDRESS. "THE EUROPEAN SITU- 
i\ atlon Today. " by, Malcolm Brupr. 
prominent Coinmuniti speaker. Ignlcht. 8 
o'clock. 724 Fort Street 



on Men- 



MAXWfLI. riiere pessed away 

dav moriilna at the (uniily reMdrnce 
•2*.34 Quadra. Btreet. •Il nmns M»x*ell 
ated sUly rears. The Uie Mr M.xaell 
waa born In Dumfriesshire. Scotland, 
ond had been a resident of Victoria for 
the last five tnnnths aiul for llilriv veais 
Of na?kalchew»n. » here I.t 'e^en•enl 
years he was inspector -f (.sh-i rv Mr 
U mourned b» his ^-'K'^ 
Thomas. John. WllUaii. 
linme iwn dnu»tiler«. Mr .1 M Abholt. 
i ' !)J4 M ukr t Sirrfl V 'nria, and Ml« 
\»,rv Hell Miixnell In North Ba'tleford 

S -1 one ersndson. M«x*eii Ahhoii. r.f i prires and refreshments 

'v^.lorla. and two brothers In Scnilsnri - 

The luneral will fke place on Tli.ir»dHV 
afternoon from MrCall B'"?:!.'"''*"' 9f^' 
St 2 odocb Interment Will b« «ada In 
Col » will Burial Park 



I,'»NOLISH HAND LAUNDRY 
i t imed I6c. shirts t3e up 



\N OLD-TIME DANCE. WEDNESDAY 
Foresters' Hall, at 8 30. Siewsrt » O'd- I 
Timers. W.A. Pro Patria. Refreshments. iM. | 

^T PLAYPAIR. 1330 OOVERNMENT - I 



Whist lythtiy. I 4S. Cash prim. 

ASicETBALL wIniTu'p DAIIci OP 
the Es.iulmsll ba^kelh^all teams wli; 
lake place at the Es'iiilnmit club. Fraser 
HI rreT^ Friday. March 3). Bert Zala s 
ori-hestra. Dancing 9 tp 1, Refreshments. 
Admlsalon SOc. 

HURNBIDE LAWM BOWUNO CLUb'. 
proiiresslv»<. 500. Friday, list, 6:13. 

lie. 



i 1 CF HALL. MT. TOLMIB. MILITARY 
' . live hundred, every Thursday nishi 



ENGUSH 
exccllc 

asaoriment nf Easier ctia and novelllea 

HUl T.ERMILK - A OOOO OLD- h ASH- 
lonrd Spring tonic> loi vim vuoi and 
vitality Kic gosri delivered ReviMerrd 
Jersey Oaine.^ t>i)S Brouahton St G 6P44 

i'HOCOLAIt lA.STER ECiCiS - .NAMKS 
' lo order A!"o many nnvellies Idi 
Xiddii'S English h»eet Shop. 728 Vales St 

1,''AaiER EGGS AND NOVELTIES DEC- 
* orated to order. MaiUnc orders care- 
Lilly parked Phoiie E6311. XiJfMft Cott- 
leciionery. 1409 Doutlas. 

COIXAHS 
up. collars I 
l(ii itic ."oiirtney s( Doutlas K 6'.»2 

l/C/EMA. ITCH. PILES. ULCERATED 
i * Iras Try Oeo Lee's Chinese remedy 
838 Cormorant Dept and Orui Stores 

1,'OIl ECZEMA. IMPE'rUiO OR hKIN 
irriiniiiin. ii-r W,»litii'.an s skin rem- 
edies AI all rtr iirsi-i' 

fMVE YOUR l-AMILY 1 HE BEST 

wiioi »,ie»t brr.irt money can bur— 

Master HeuIlM llf ad. 

A DHE.SSV SPRING HAT. 
r.arrow pleat band, all 
rolorn. 11.95.. Prltchard't Mcn'a Wear. 
ini-12M Oovemment •fltrtet. . 

BCftMBR^ EXPERT BBRVICeI 
leanln*. adJustlne. etc. Lrnn. O WA. 



M BUSIWBSS^MIBECTORY 
CABPETf 

. » I « ROE TIENTSIN Ru'm" FOR BALE. 
— ' .letorlunrCo. |03S Cook. £ 3861. 

a - - 

VyOO*- lUBPACINO 

VI HARDWOOD PUXm QO. HI 
• Johnson Praa •atlmataa O IIIC 

I.NStJBANCB 



1,"«ETHERSIONHAl'OH A CO 
Patents *\A trade Mark* 
OMlcei rhrouihoji Canada and 0 8 
789 W Petirter Vancouver Pt one Bey 3798 



E 



RNE6T 



E. C 



ARVER. 



IMM.C. 



Reclslrred Canada and O.S 
Patent* and Trad* Marks in AU Ooiuttnea 
789 w Paa<kg. YaBcoutat 



PHY^IOTBEBAPT 

nh LIVREY -Reclstered and Ucensed 
• 2Ifl-8 Prniberton Building 0 3841 



n 



MISCELLANEOUS 



A W & ALL. WaXOm. PILBa BR 

gummed, tte. Phone W Emtr*. 1167 
Oladstnnr 4vanuc 



31 TO RENT— MISCELLANEOUS 

TO RENT 

i N EXCBLLC^T STORE LOCATION ON 
•»a Oousia* Street, two blivKs from 
Spencer's, Consists of store pnrniMs nu 
the around Door and a modern {i\c-rouni 
apartment upstair*. Hot water b««ttna 
arrth a u tomatic eil-bumer. 

For further details it^ply 
THE I.OYAL TRUST COMPANY 
1202 aovrri.inrnt St Phone F 4121 



X'EW 

. ' la 



wriuM bBTBar, boUara. eta. We re- 
la^alWtMl Oovorn- 



pair aid )nstatL 

ment Btreet 



NEW AND USBD RANOta OU. 
Barper* Mann'a 14« Port kiiu 



RAMOB CA8TIN08 BTOCnOr PUR 
most makea. BO. Bardvara. 718 
r^orl Street. 



LEGHORN PULLrrs. 7 WEEKS OLD. 46c. 
W-Hampshlre 'puij.!. ^ Twki old 
SOc. All bird* from blood-tettad atock. 
While ther laat. Lake BlU^f auItri Parm. 

IIM Union. '. . 

U'HITE LEGHORN HAICHINO EGOS 
snd chicks from pens ol 600 so-cirii 
second, third and (ourth-yeai birds 
March aaja. MM per lOp. AprU and May. 
14.00 per^lM. Chlcfca III M lor tM T 
Raynblrd. Old Weal Road. R.R I. Royal 
Oak. 



tt FLATS AND AFARTMENTt 
i TO KENT 

iCuntinutd i 



u 



BED RANOMe WOOD. ~COXt: GAB. 
aiaauiatSf- •ad.4U.^>«l~J^ nt^aeii. 



4>iIOLB OURNBt RAMOB. 
back, waterfront ateel lop. fSO 



500 



STOVES Wi 
prices palA 
Store E 1451 



1 . 

130.00 FOR TOUR OLD RANOB 
(If m I'sable Condition i 
IVB HAVE SIX ONLY LATE MODEL 
>> new "BDRBANK" PONTUO Rangea. 
complete a>tth 4»tat»-cloaet and water (rent, 
to sell at this remarkable price: 
l»ONTIAC RANGE $67 M 

Allowance tot your old range ^.40 

YoiTpaf oolr . . Ml.M 

COAST HAAOWARB. 1411 Oougl^a Street 



U'HITB WVANponTI CMtCSB. WEEK 
old. soad tarlna ktrmin, (or aale. 

E 8398 •• _ 

"»( W I " O.Vr-BIRBD CHICKS. »-ROM 
« '1 n 1 blood-ttated Oovernmeiujuuuoved 
nock Ribeks. R I R a and Wyandottrs. 
March 31. |IS par MW. Douglas Hatchery. 
A Y NIX. 1500 Douglas E 3578 



■UBSBB 



A 



T <8TUD - THX_AllAa BTALUON 



Wentworth lor 1350.000 1. Adouba Pee i;s 
ipurebredsi |I5 laradeai. aroom II,,. Breed 

for lnlell;iien. r M .inina disposilion O. 
Bjis.v Duiu aij 



NMCE MODERN APARTMBNT8 POR 
> rent by day. weak ai aamit. Oa aaa- 

iroot. coiueniai gurroaadtnaa Apply to 
Mr« Betu In person I7|5 Rom Pt E 7iK>a 

/ kAK BAY TirrLEX PIVB hURNISHEO 
^' ri»i !",s. (as and larasr O 2331. 

pLEASANT FRONT SUITE. UNFl R- 

• n'hed 340 I nden Avenue 

^TOBARI AflS HEARI OF BUaiNESA 
i^ratir di.t housekeeplna and aleep- 
:n« .l. vuior. ( reproof: dav.'wtMor mo I 
reduced r ates^t rarisienta q 0041 74!S Yates. 

k^EACROrr-VICTORlA S~MOST~BBAU^ 
sea-view apartm ant. OHII. 

BKVERLT HOTEL 
N<xt Door to Everythlna la Tain 

rpilt BEVERLY IS A HOME FOR VOD 

* »lme >ou are away from HOME. Id 
rooms, nicely furnished, for TRANSIENT 
travel Our ro^y LIGHT HOUSEKEEPINO 
ijoini or Muicj j-^|8 your expense In lHri£~ 
Maiiy peo[ile ifS using them Fine eltvater. 
sieam heated, unlimited hot water. Laraa ' 

a^'^^iv-""?.!,.*'*' '•wvate batha. 

ALWAYS COME TO TUB BXVBKLT 

^'.7 '•••-kWa* S?SJ. 

.aaak—ot,- month, ■ — ■ 



K-'OH SALE-HEAVY TEAM AND «AI*^ 
* nea»; good workers Will gcU atparale. 
McPheraon. Ctdar l< :: i : »sa .Read. O Mtl. 



tic 



( A I T! K 



tax 



MISCELLANEOUS 



APPLES— RUSSETS. 40c BOX; JONA- 
^tbASi. 60c. Brina eontainara. Taanar 
Troa., Tanner Road. Kcatlna. 

V BIG OOUBLB LOAD CINDfcRB. ivi%. 
Soil. clay. rock, m an urt. aSM4. 



A REAL DOUBLE LOAD Or CWOBML _OJUAU(£SB PEOl'LF Coi.ilorlsol. 
13 Old manure, rock, aoll O I4M ' I J board (araue 61 Wrllinilon 



VLL GOOD COW MANURX 
14 per load G 8837 



I»Uy BEDDING AT FACTORY 
I » Hotels, roomina houses, etc. 
discount Factory 720 Fiseaio (H 



apeclai 

E0»» 



HLACK .SOIL 
(■>ra\rl r'M 

I » AH. WARD 
I » delivered. 



L. 'I IIKEF. YARDS. |4 SO 

ic fif ail k.nd- Hel 6:i.M 

M ANTRE. 2 YDS. 13 iO. 
Phone d 

BARGAINS— EIGHT USED BEWIMO MA- 
ehlnea. Ill and up; 11 6 H P ar t . 

HEATTY copper' TUB WASHER. AS 
new. II weekly 738 S Fort Street. 

C" 'oMab LB M^ CTRIC MACHIMB.' WHITE. 
half pttetf: ^tWmr A Co... Uk^ Port. 

rtaaAll P08T& ROOND ORlsPLi^rpOR 
* ' anv purpose Phone R ISM 

IJURO .MM IIINERY DISPLAY HICK 
'man rye Hardware Co Ltd. M4 Vaies 

1,"«LEC-rROLUX VACI TM CLFANER, EX- 
^ ceUenl conditioo. Phone O 



^^W 



Fresh in. 
- heavy milker. 



som» due to freshen, 
and lamily O 5&S4. 



1^'Vjr sAij, YTft n ntt n nTii nfS H B UM 
Phone Belmont }JU 

IIP nor.A 



ClAIRN lERRltHS OF MEUTA" PUPPles. 
' 115 up Raymond, of! Csrey E 4081 



rpURTLES! 600 NEW 
1 slses, colors, 'l ^•■ \n 
1413 Douglas Sti" I' 



ARItlVAI.S. ALL 
»J ll'l I'l • S!...|i 

•-,,e (. :.;:i 



JA.MtS A GRIFFITH 

Owntr Xn8'"Cm»f»tor- -■ Phona O 0276 



rpWO-ROOM PURNIBHBD BUITB AUBO 
*^ doubla attd aH>cio rooml. BOaOft, 



i-ROQM APARTMENT. MOOBRN. PIRB- 
• place. Prigidaire. garaaai aaaa aaik. 

car E ia4>. 317 Cook Street 



4 -ROOM MODERN PU| 

ifl^fl's.'i' ^""""«'^» «lttaehadi cloaa'Vn. 



47 



ROOM AND BOARD 



\T 1018 CARBERRY GARDENS, NBAR 
Fort Home ioo».mg G 3640 



t> AND 3-ltuOM BOITBB UOMT. HBAt 
*• 'ncJuded_ •raii_ Apart unu p ojjn, 

707 B'^N'HARD BT, J-ROOMBUlTEi 
• " • turn . h w h_Alao alnale h k 

1 >>1 (t PANDORA - B RIO H T. SUNNY 

^ — ' • (iirni'hed or OTifurnished suite. 

(ion "OAD E <• IVANHtSr i-^ 

srwvr Furn, J-room apta: lo mlna. town. 



BOUSES TO RENT 



I oi>ins. 



ESIRABI.E HOME. IN NICE LfJt ATION. 
ood table. 1153 Burdett. ' E 4639. 



^ J OOD SINGLE 



IM AND 

hoard for gentleman or couplp. W arm 
coififoriaBle niMA*. OldU W, Mk tar route. 
Oarate E 1013. 

ijooi) Rc>cod Ara'aoARDTcximuL 

^ * E 0811 



X'lCE FAMILY HOOBB. FURNISHtn OR 
^erriu!;^^;:;^*" '' "Me^^..rHl. 

W* POBNISHED 

r-'URMSHED. TWo^BEDRO(3aS;""DIN^ 
, Jht-room. kitchen, phone water I3S. 
^351 Pui.rfi.r* Avenue Owner f ;t4t 

( JUNZ-^I-ES BAY- 1-X)UR-R00M BUNGA*. 



loa 



Has sarase Pl one C145I. 



C10NCRE-TE MIXER iNEW MACHINE i 
With aaulpmont far rem. Applr R. A 



I^XRt, AUTO INSURANCE - KFE LEE, 
Pr«»er 8t Co. Ltd.. 1222 Brosa Street 



A 



LAWN MOHrEBS 

J WORTH. LAWN MOWER BPB- 
ci*list. Phone E 7051 711 pandora. 



r'^LVES BROS' Lawn Mower Shop— Mow 
* ■* ara-^aharpened 1423 Bread. BOtM 



UTHOGRAPBl 




tirauoiupRv 
ivait ,1 



IEfiS MONEY 
* snap brim. 



I>URB JERSEY MILK, 
Init delivery and 



EARLY MORN- 
-nine 0 4716. 



Cbaaoaa 



P>t»» usHa Ma » War* 

TBB OOLOIIIBT 
Uibaarapiiaia 

mi 



PI»LIC tTBNOORAPnn 



lONCKETE MIXER 

> With aaulpmant (( 
Orcan Lumber Co., Ltd. O 1613 

f IFFICBB TO RENT— 8COLLARO BUILO^ 
^ In*. 1207 Dougirs Street Apply en- 
>" ii'.;:';:ng. or Royal Trust Co. 

I, <; .1 



4a FOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



I 30 Good prises and relreshments 

DINE AND DA.tt h 
l/VERY NIGHT. AT HONG KONO C 
I * Orchestra and pisni.st .Spec ai Ch 



26r , 'I'EAC I I' RKADINO AND CARDS. PttOMB 



d- hrs Minimum charte 6C<: 



:afe 
lUiese 



Try.Tnlt nil Tuesday inorn ne Mnr^h 
SI I'.- rovai .Juhlle«« HO'Pi'^' ^l''(l'^ . < 
( linrlrs Texlor. in his slxtv lour^ ' , 
--'^ofn 111 London ffhfNnd. and a rr hl'-r j | auMMAGB SALE. ON SATURDAY. 9 30. 

of tins city, for 'h' '""VA^r fT,n llfT^ '•^^««« ■•'Ob* ■»'••*' 

Tesidme «t 1047 I.odee AVenue. (orm-rly 

of Turllefoiii Sask He, leaves to mourn 

♦lia -pas-'ine h:v wtfe. at Iwimc. three 
fon'a. Wynn and Aler rtnrle-. of T'lrt . ■ 

terd, and Pr*nk JV^^ 

residence: also on* daml 'er Mist Louiae 

>lnrei)-e of Ti"Mrforrt, BasK. 

ni.r remains are re.ttn* at the Pands ^.^ 
V-rMiarv Chapel from where Hie funeral 
..rni.e will be condiicled on Fridav, MarrM 
11 l»3ll, at 2 nrlork Rev O R \ 
Bolster win ofllciale and._lt>e iemjlii« all 
be laid at rest in the Ro»»l Oak -Burial 
Park I No flowers by special ra<tue»t ' 



DANCERS - LOOK! 
yAI, CARBON S l-PIECE ORCHESTRA. 



'I 

• O 41)77. before 3 or r.ftrr (I 

U'Ioimmans varicohk t if 
e(l^. fl so hniile. A t a 
dr.icu t-. Or « rITe V U. 109, 



ER RFM- 
11 leading 



tlA II \IIU)HKSSH{S SS\> 
BhAI TY .Sl>L( lAI.ISTiy 



A^d 



riny ts,th Msruare' 
10' .S»eft .'tWii.i. 
E» er \ ore I I ,):: 



Ilet.r% aii't t'le 
«:ll be (r-iilured 



r> al 

3. Si' 



THE MAIFON TYRREI^ HAIR- 
draaalna Parlors. David 8|>«ncer Ltd.. 
we are tpaelaliting in the ~ ntwtat ' ol 
machineiegg ptr'mancnta. ."BotiM" aad 
janni. tha -ariaUMratt tt all aarmaaaata 

fc4141 



OKU ■ or. M-ir- !i "'1 l"'> ■'• Albeit | 
Head. Mi. rrta Okel' h.ioir,] • (r i., 
Harold S Okell. aaed ff". U ^e.,r. | 
born In Ilarlinnton. En . land an t ,. res!- i 
ileni . ( 4iher( Head for eight yeais Be- 
^ul.^ r husband, of Albert Head L»»>V> 
l,M,i e Mie leaves a son; Robert, in Pawftt 
Kiwr „ ^, ■ 

Kuiiersl 'en rev will be 1 eM In Hayward 1 

He Funeral ciKiiel "ii Fridar •! 4 p in . 

Ile\ H M Rolion off icUH Ing. (ollowad by 

cremation at the Royni osk Crematorium. 
dNo floaers. by leguest. i 

HACKING Pa.ssed bwar .on Marrh 2» at 
her home, Seacrofl Apartments, Oak Hay. 
Mr*. Martha Ann HaO- nu a.ed elshtv- 
MX veara. a native df Isle of WlBht. and 
a resident of Vlclnrla Tor lw*n»v-five 
. years si e u survived bv l*o sisters 
Mrs W H Stone, with whom she resided, 
and Mrs A M Robertson, of Montreal. 
The rertiaiiis are reslliu a! the Thoirson 
J'Ameuiivt llnme. Iiuni M heie.. ±l\t . -IjlVf la' 
Vill Iske 1 Ui e i>o Kr"f«. nllernofin M 
SI al 2 ^o o clock Re\ ILilfoiir Hru. e 



VMC-IOHIA ROLLER SKA TING PALACE. 
I 7.'i| View Street - Sesatona Tuesday. 
Thersdai. Sdlurdav afternoon* and eve- 
nlnst. Also Wedni < <' Tjiron. 

Under Nca M;ii i,s.iemeni 
THfc.CABILB 
Dine and Lianct 
Chicken Tamaies, Spagiirtti and ChiU 
Open 110 Until f 'Citi PtMaa •* 



i 1 LAMOUR 

" * hair. . Sussrx Beaut/ Salon. 



MR!=! POMFKOI 
I ondof he» 11 



tnp /oio^ 
f.'.'l.r'. 1 



IJ 



WANTED— MALE BELT 



/^lOMPLETE. PRACTICAL AND h6ME 

' study tr.ilniii» innJiesel engineer 1 1 .i 
I r.idio anj trieviMon. iir t on dlYloning i 
rrfnteration or electricity Hal;.^:,.; 
I Schools repre seniati\ i*s. A W, Taylor, 
0 0024, or wr.te Bot 8146. Colonist 

V'"'XI'ERIENCEU DAIRYMAN. DRY-HANU 
' * milker and clean. Phon* R II^J 

U 'ANTED 
vears of s»e, for 



lINT lO BEAtJTIhY FADED 
701 

Brouihiou. E.MIS 'formerly Ivy'sS 

(;Lh no';i> street'. 

■r-c;:l'. ■ tlslr flyl- 

nts'l'ir'e'*' vin'r Pnineroy 
; \v i.r: ,. ,.M iC'i'i F ;• ,:.s 

JItR.MANtM FI'M'IAI.« v% I t II O (i f 
electriclly and no n arnne Up and 
ap. up and down hair siylint. laoiuermt 
and rc'stallisina All frttured at La 
France neant* Salon 737 .Tsies St O 7443 

I>J[:RMANENT removal SUPERFLUOt .H 
hair by most modern Method Mrs 
" i-'ell, 403 Woolworth Hid" Phone E 3125 



I Wo YOIM , Ml 

> 1 ! ' .llr 



lO 30 



^MART pernaiierts (or Faster. Holly- 

•• icmI He 1 II' V ■ SViop fill Fori E 14.1.1 

rrilK lllUiA BtAUlY SllfJP SPECIAU 

I' ir^ina all letdina methodt of pei- 
manenti II6^ Newport Avenue t (172S 



ICTOKIA BEAITY PAIIL(it»8 CAU 
»ork I ' 8 851* foi a »oc^ pertn.irer,t All eg- 

\ l<tf„4i r ll » i.mtitu.. lu c al st or e . perleiwed operators i2i* f^rosd Street 

< iH C is not nec.-»»ary a% (rainiiii «iil be , ro. 
a.ven Bmall reinunerM .>« to ^uL eai.i- VOTOS MAf Hlsn-rPS NON rUCCTWlC- 
alte r which i.ilerment j ,„.,, i,i, ,r»^rii ac.ord.nv to .abiNty Ordi- ' r>ermanenls. «i .Rei-nrr s Beauty. 

nmv ion huh'ers or .la I., i , do no(' apply.- I ^«Ion 714 View Street P <«33 
I Ills IS a bona nde propo.-.'Mn lo . ,-oiMa ' 
BKlI.I'iN Siherl John Skllton. ol 345.^ mrn «lio w .i ni TT h vome >.«:,■•;... i< » , r, 

.sire.' .s'.i.inich. pas.ed n«i> Tnesrii.' „„t alra.d to wock and lo.lo 

II pilni ■ 



condu ct tlic -aersjie aMer which i.iierment 
Irfllbe ni>de In the Royal Oak Burial Pi»m 



MarrM 21^ at n,e Rovni .di" • - 11 Pilni i.ou: Itue full pui t nulii I » 01 vo.ii f.I 
sflei a lenatny lllne^. I.. Mr ] („, irtirrvlew. Apply Box 6418. Coioiu.si 

PkilloiTT wliowa»slxi>fi\e fM^iI»je.|. 

I'l had|\\'A»a«U M A H HIK D A;oUPLE. I OR 

rv buuu.jliomHn as conk aen«ra. 
he boitd cook'.' man as handyinaii 
Box gJIJl. Colonist 



IT (8 POfWtBl r TO GET 
MARCELS 



I<"<IlltL SEVMUUR. 30 1 CAMPBELL i 
* BuJaing. Douglas Street Pbooa 
Oatden uas. Aumore manuacriptft la« 
aad seaeraL Btrietli eanadaaual 



CPHOLSTBAINO 

UPHOLSTERY AND RtPAIHS MODFR- 
ate price%^ Clark i.'mi roti. G 4741 



WINDOW OLBBB 

U'INDOW GLASS REPLACED Al 
ahoftcai notice Auto aiaa* rcplacao 
wniig vaa .wait. Maiioi fli ot.. tad.. Sia 
Brouabton Street. 



WOOD ARB OOAl 

PRICE 



lOA BtllLDINO MATERIALS 

ISLAND BUILDING ^""PUT nOMPAHT- 
Everything In bullderV gaaiMtaa BUII 
111 Port, corner Langley 

^IDNEY SPBBDT SERVICE^IO "sale 
of Glldden Tlme-Tr^red Qiality Paints 
now on See our handbills tor partlcultrt 
BuUdlne materials of ajl kind* 
SIDNEY LUMBER 

0 331S _ail6jaovernBicnt Bt. 

VCHINOLBB. - HtOB OIUUlBniXXKUr 
Daltlel Bok Company O laai.- 

THB MOORK- WHnTISOTON. tOMRBR 
COMPANY LIMITED 

Balabligliad iSM 
LAROB BTOCX • RIGHT PRIOXB 
Lumber, llillwork, Gyproe. Maaaalta. 
Insules. Oypaum Wool. Bhinslea. He 

WALhBOARDa~IN~BTAND!iuib"llAKEB' 
Plr- panele In new tmboaaed pattern 

'Everything for building " R A Green 
Lumber Co.. Ltd.. 3930 Douxlaa O 3813 

•OB rLOTRlNn n Rs anor^ ftc 

DRESS SUIT. 3-PIECE. "MEDIUM SUE, 
114. JMod condlttoB. Phona BUM. 

SAVE MONEY - OTHER MEN DO 
Pritcliard'a 133.50 Spring Suits Are OX- 

PRITCHARD'S MfN'S WEAR 

1337-1339 Oovemment St. 



40D rVR.MIT1-RB 

PIECE 

lark , 

Holland Bros . 733 Port 8t. B OtlS 



VTTKACriVE EIGHT ■ PIECE DINING 
teu. 157 50, Clark Jewel aaa range. 

113. 

I 4 HESTER FIELDS. NEW TERMS D I RE C r 
s> from the warehouse You save the 



\ SPFCrAL PRICE. TWO WEEKS - 
MalHinii dry inside fir blacks, mixed t 
a.tii l>nrk sUb. 12-in . never In Water, ready i 

to burn. iioAi only 12 50 cd .|3 cda , 14, 5«. ! 

Ilcaiv sUb fmni D in an. 12-in, |]. 3 cda.. 
».i .'ill boiir-iir'. t.) (fl. iii..l(Je block*. 14. 
.Soose Dry \V <k.<I Co. E8326." 

\LL DIC'I.AND THICK BARK SLAB 
and in:.iue bio k' K' iticli surr A I flr. 
12 76 cd . 2 cd.s »6 In irie block. M Dry 
Malahal. « ~i cd. Dr> roid««»d or bark. 
«8 '.0 - Rcnii-rtry fir wood. Ili.SO cd . 2 cds 
Vi Old John Wood. 2514 Olouilas. E 374J 

VBArtOAIN YOU CAN DEPEND ON -Up- 
Island first-growth 12-in fir ready to 
burn. Good as enrdwood. Hand nicked, 
bis ee tmaU- a lull enrd*. It sn Ronald 
Hrpk.ns Coal * Wood Co K 7-116 

\ BARGAIN STOVE LLSdIMS. INSIDE 
fir blocks, mixed with heavy oark 
slabs, from Muiahai. Guaranteed never in 
>aier Heady for basement. I cd . 12 7.5. 2 
cd.^ , 16 Sooke Lake Wood. Ellll. (i 2915 

COOPERAGE WOOD H FUEL^Co" 



overhead expense 
S'oraie C ampany 



Cap tM seen at Heaoer 



JF YOt; TAKE INK 
our small ovrrhetC 

und 



O CON.SIDERATION 
,d expenses. j>oil aill 
understand why wo can live you a btgter 
lice when BUTINO and still SELL at a 
fwer price. T 

OEO. C. PLOWMAM "PUUNITORE ^ 
! 134 fort Btreet ' 

rpWO CHESTERFIELD . SUITES, J ,5 AND 
1 186 Single studio couch. 114 60 Drop- 
head Singer sewing marhlne. 1^6 50. 

J M WILLOWS 
70S Johnson 8' reel Phone O 4434 

Re",r f trsed Furniture " 



A OOOl) .SKI.tmoN OP USED 

: ' MMTURE - 
A1.S0 Ai.!..,'s Al L«west Price* 

I )r ;, V I r V t ref ip Cii y 

rfujs furniture 
1317 Broad Strcal Phone t 6962 



CKMI L008ELBAF RCQCnREMENTS- 
" Alt Special Forms Ruled and Made 
to Order - Also Blank Books of 

Every Description 

Lcdaei and Columnar Bheata, Blnd- 
_^e r a a ad PUe a Carriad la Btact. 

THE COL9NIST 

Commercial Oapartaiaata 
Itll Broad Btraat 



1,'<OR SALE - MANURE. TWO YARDS. 
1^ 13 50. delivered G 4351. 

UOKSE MANURE, SOIL Any quantity, 
delivered Orsy s rranslrr. Ltd G 1823 

INVALID WIIH-l, (HAIR. ICUBER 
tire... Koorl I'-Pii ■ I'hone F.- — ■ 

K EI VINATUR Refrigerator. 6 cu ft ca- 
ra. ;t-. never lieen used, sfleclal 1160 

Miirpi.y F .ertric Co . Ltd . 751 Yates O 1713 

ADIES and GFNTS Huns, Custom tail- 
ored Fit cuaiatiteeo British cloths 121 
up Miirrell s railot Shoo. 1116 Bianshara 

AROK FNOI.ISII BABY ( AHRIAOK, IN 



131 



II AWTHORNDEN. 
* 1 Ave . excellent table, central 

1 4 1 W HARRISON ~ - -— 
I 4- l(~ nreplace 



BURDETTE 

_ „ E 0355. 

FUR. OR UNFUR . 

1 Mv.r ronk : nt E 9772 



49 



ROO.MS TO HINT 



WIX HOOMED SEMI-BUNOALniy. aarS^ 
car lint. E 0741 mmw 



tAB 



ONPTBNIailEII 



COLUMBIA ROOMS PANDORA AT 
Broad - Housekeepmt or furniahed 
rooma Hot and cold water O 231S 

i kXFXJRD HOUSE 149 '» Fort - fln^.raeep- 
s' Int rm.s h -c amer 13 .so «k O 6191 

V'ORK Ho rtU JOHNSON A l' DOUG ' 
hit Modern, comlortabla. tnespenalva 



ISA 



niRNMOBB 



I <XCIL Hotel. 1322 Blanshard St Room. 
' - With or without oath rearonaole rates 

I^^AIRKlELD HolfeL" OPPOSITE Cl 1 Y 
1 Hall - Comfortable Winter <iuartera 
weii-heatad roeii^ (ram M Heaatkaaptaa 
priviiecea Propa Bcrataa • Nana 

HITZ HOTEL. 710 FORT- BEDROOMS, 
auites. housekeeping room*, elevator; 
central Reasonable rale* 0 7158 



317 .SINK ' iL ' I 6-room bungalow IMaO 

lOJI ( IIAMBFRLAIN MT " 7 " roW 

bunsalow ' ^^^^lUM 

^M? Mi'iliirn"^*". * .ovms. ,tucc(i lie:S 
881 OLIVER ST ~5 room*, atucco 136 oa 

3774 THOMPSON AVr -l s r^. 

St iicro . . ^ 

3370 QUADRA ST. - Very ' alUaaSiw 

S-r.'om siucco bliacal4H» MM 

^EMBBRTON A SON, LTD. 
625 Port Btraat ^PIwmm OaiM' 



.m.M. 

.sss-aa 

.mm 



1131 YATES .ST ', rooms 

62J COVI-NTKY ^T| 7 roomi , 
1440 (. LIH'iilU) .-1 a i..oms . 

r. it BROWN A SCJNS LTD. 
111.' M' M..,t .street fhona Q 7m 

|,'«8UUIMA1.I < U>SE ro WORK POINT 
Bairacks Einlit rooms. („„, bedroom*, 
two bathiooni*. 146 00 Elsie B RIchsrda. 
806 Coiir Uiey E 112^ 



MOVING PAUKINU. VIUHAUkr PHUNB 
Heaney a 0 1194 A iiaitaaalalln 

Ufc 1 .» F U R N I S H E D FRONT ROOM •"' 

•CJ Wood. Iiaht, usier Inrluded Near I \TEW 5-ROOMBD 8TUOCO, 
P»iiinmeni Bulldiius Abo l»rve partly- furnace, garage " 1935 



K 1,23, 





KOOMS \V\MkD 


SOB 


I .Ml RMlsHEU 


1 Y'^,N ' lED 
» » , room, 
central, 1 


- . LARGE UNFUHMMIKJ 
heated, suitable for studio. 

lai aaan. rntoi^ist 





1/ 



1/ 



ACHINKRY I.Of.niNG. MILL. MIN- 
h.aclilnerv. ..ir Drill prttars. 
I oisl s." ba ndsa» s drums i ompressors. etc 
Capital Iron At Metals, Ltd, 1824-32 Store 
Btreet. Phone G 2434 

URBACO now 70c PER S-LB PACK- 



U — HOUSKKKM'INf. nuOMS 
lU Kb.M 

/ IUPTON HOUSB-L H or SLttPLNG 
^ 12 60 wees UP I3I9'4 Broad K 8034 

HK. ROOMS. BOARD IF DESIRED. 
• aaad laeaUQi. aralkiat dutaaca. 



BASBMBNT. 
rage ' 1935 Nell street. 
Near cart gnd Normal School iji 60 r. 0(t»o 

l-ROOM. 

■T We-t 



E707t. 

430 

B74a. 



OdUiOB H W IIKAl. MoDl HS 
aultt. near car. tea. tune, 115. 



BIA 



PVBNIRBBD 



M 



IANSIE8. 3W Due. 



froiii car 

G |i'70 



drews Paints Ltd 711 View St 0 4711 

I )HONE US FOR THB B B B T RIC H BOUZ 

I teo-ireed root. 0_7»6». 

OOROBOUB Japa- 

hlies^ 3&e. ^ 37_6i. 

ItOLLS RAZORS. 13 75 SS-IN SUITCASES 
a\ 1150. 8-po«el prlsmatlcs 117 5U. field 
glasses 18 76 30- ?( rltlc 123. 23 rifle 14 15 
mudguards 39c, pedali 19c. Duolop tires 

II 10. inner , tubeg 60c. vide bandiebarg 
1175. boy * bicycle 113 SO, radio tube* 75e. 
spectacles to suit any aight, t3 7ft A aten- 1 i <OMFH)RTABVE mo 
son I Cut Rate Store 1321 Gov't Btreet ' ' central. |in nor, 

UUB8ER OOODB. SDNDRIEfi. KI' 
malled'poatpatd In plain sealed »:..p- 

per 80 per cent lest than mail Wr.'e 
f'T msil-order catalogue. NOV-RTIBBER 
CO. Drpi B(J. Box 91. Hamilton. Out 



AITRAOTIVB aODI 
LMvonablrg 



autei betai fei Wisiet 



KBBPINO NUOMtf 
l a g p t at tail aaim 
tatlart 1M Pari St 



II8 50. 6-ROOM VRTORIA 
»-room. Esquimtlt. 
«J2 .o . room. 137 SO. Apartment. 115 
Apartno iii j ,n And many olhers. Apply 
Geor.e liuf.l.ii noj Doutlas St. 0 7341. 

(\'>\ DUNEDIN BTREET fsnuR ROOMB.' 

ir««»r on tround floor: basement eardaa. 

tariige Apply 3450 Whittler Avenue. 

-ROOM FtlJY Mnt)ERN~BUIIOAU9W. 

•» dmetre -rr-n C}ii«4i« 

S7 WANTLO TO RC.NT— BOUSES 

RINOtT UBT VOUR RBNTAtii Wm 
08-WE HAVE MANY CUENTB 

WAITING 

ISLAND INVESTMENT CO., LTD. 

MM Broad Slraet 01I««-1 



WAMTBD-TMB UBTUKMl OP 
houtoi. flata and apartmeota 



YOUR 

ta Out 

rentti department has unaola waitlas. 
Prompt attention given to all UatlBSA 
Gtorg* Randall. II(U Douglas SL OII4I. 



AT 1114 ORMOND mREXT - HOUSE 
'kttplna rooms 

",4 1 PENHYN. 1031' PANDol(A-~UbU I M M.MER RESORTS 

t • aarm. furnished housekeeplrii looii.i , " 

_ «tA (dllAlil 

I r RIGHT BUNNY ROOM, LOVE LY VIEW, 
l» with private bathroom, hrepiace Block 
Walking dlstaniei Garagt. 



IJRIUHT FRONT ROOM. HBAR JUBI> 
'* lee and Oak Bay G 1707 



» ater inclusive E !>2«7 



SECONDITKJNED ELECTRIC RFFRVi- 

V riBior- from IfiS Mai Donald Flertrir. 



Dri'isias a' V;eii 



f 1171 



|.'»XrEPTIONALLY Comfortable 
l^i kitchenette, 615 Vancouver 

,-^RO!n BtoeBITTTNG-ROOM. RITCHXN' 



iicM>ms. 
R 6.673. 



V 



refined homo 107 Vanroii«|rr Bt 
keeping rooms 



|,-<URNISHED AND UNFUlt HOU8E- 
I keeolne rooms Near sea. d/tt f. 111! 



K" OTIKD Pt'I.VrRL-.FI) MASUPK WEED ir"""',*"^^ HOUSEKKEPlkh rtlXiMh 
I— ,„:orles. Ba. 2.6r G 3166 | * ''P|'*^'> 

I |(Ji:SFKFFPIN(l ROO.M.H 



SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Drmtanslra- 
tor. lalesi type Reduced pr;ce Bine- 

• 8513 

_ .t3.. : — ;_ . 



E» AND tAMP BITBS 
8UMMBR 



(I <OMFX>RTABLB 

^ aeafront. one larea Uvtne-rooftt, iw« 
bedrooms, sleepina notch, veranda, garase 
Furniahed (with a fair aaeepttonsi. Right 
on (amou* aprine aalmon and cohot Sah- 
|M— IMO L Nantea, Cowichaa Bay. V t. 

ijUMlirBK irrrTAOBi OOltOOVA^BAYi 
■sJ mp»n tireolaea. Itan ' k aiai 



AUTOMOBIHi 



TIRBB 



i SAR BATTERY. ONLY 14 9a BRAND 
' new Put out By national manufac- 
turer Modern Will carry fuU load. Barly 
TaraaaoB Bloa,- •'tni 

I BlaiiShatd SlreCL 
I a6A 



POB SALE 



^^^^e»e^e^»e»e»^ 



er Sewing Machine Co., 738 Yates 

- .tA. - ■ - 

,JLEi;PINO BAGS. BERVK ^ Mtl.F AND 
vtkrui in w i'>I and d-^i^ r ,1, weiaM- 
F .I' :• e ,v llr I 'il .7'i .I'.':; . < , ('.i; 

BEDS 

2514 Douglas E 2743 

JEWEL HAMILTON POf KET WATCH 

lerfert. r r;:r] , ' ,i ) . i.'fi Sunbeam 
aveniasier. like.t.m »7 60 O 2724. 



IIKAT OAS 



4 1 fi ',n-|il r,o „p 114', ll-l r::,r t 

^INdl F. AND IK)I RLE ('.%.':fANI Hon 
S^ »a'er F:irTiaee 1 6.'7 ( «» o. r iiS4»7 



y U. aiEBB tIBBO riRBB » vmOKi 



■owcai oneaa 

^ ^HFVROLFT ' 6 



Rad * Bartiat Btottoo 



UMIFEl, 
tables for rent 



k IJ 

•«» L 



U'ANTrD 
84.11 



' was born In Finchley. Ehsland and had 1 \\'A»a«W- 
rexided in this rltr for the na>l t'ltrty | 4 4 rountrv 
vears. He Is survived bv hus «lrio» 
Kalherlne. at the family residence, an : 
three staters In Fnirland 
FVnerul servlr-es will "^'e t eM 
roon al J n clmk from ' - m' .1 "" 

8 J Currv A Son »uii. <*l Hon.. 4f. i ,.,,.,„ , 

Tt L. JuH will pfflciale ahd cremation will, \ 01 111. Willi .-.( M 
take place at the Royal Oak Crtinalorium ; • inence Ren.v 

7 _ . - . I ■■,.'.■ , P V 

HfPHERSON There pas.sed away We.lnes 

d*» Match 29, at lUe A«e(f Women 
Home, aflet a lengthy Illness. Mi s f ff, 
McPhersoli The late Ml«s McP.'r'oi 
nho OSS seveni* '•In' ' ^ea^» of a*e » . 
— *»>ryy at lorh-t^ir.ov itiwsiaat H ai> r ii l «' 

anil had revide.l r : ■ iiy (or the p.i. ^ ^ 
■ thirty year*. Jbe k* . i^i }fi>taAJ»»^M»t^»i^-7j.lir--^- 
Itr in Ibl* cRt ■ ' rTTTirec 



F.XPFT7ir«;rFD T.M'.MHAND 



F .S!'i!AY-GUN tA- 
•ij'.Tia -ate and 



A n d, atl ll l>ave vour heir look 
tmarl and ttyllsh. Th^ Avtion 
doet It 

AVALON BEAtrrV pHoPPB 

E 0*i33 ''41 >.i':i[!ss M 

All rxptritnf>"i ci.;'..;i».r 

S-Tinrt.TS WANTED 

VICTORM HAIR1'RFP.«IN() STIIOOL 
• ■ V, ooL\'. ( IRTH BMUIINC, 



I,tri Rone-dry stovewood. 12 'j cd 
K nci: , '160, ' (d Inside blocks. |J 75 
fit lle.iier hlo ks. 12 -,0 Furneee blocks, 

j: 7'. F,,i.(dii" h.i;k (12 ^»'k 14 G 2141, 

1- \ 1 12-IN CEDAH. 2 CDS. 13 15 MUST 

• » move 50 cda bone-dry (Doutlas Bri , 
I Maiahat slabu uod ' while il lasts. It I cd ! 
I t)o(nih:on Fuel Co E 4134 

I A SPtClAL , KAPOOR MlbL SAW- 
*» dust and »ood, Sawdust, bulk. 12 75 
aa e k frt . > 8 'T S U l l lf Wood. 3 cds. .1.5: E59I0 

LI, • DRY HTOVEWcioD, 11 >,i Ct3. 

8emt-dry m:llaeed. U cd.; dryland.: 

43 75 f a . ESOn 



OFFI CE AND 8TOBB- B0 0IPMB NT 

UESKCb CRAIRB. FIUNO OABINBTa 
eta* new end reconditioned Otsaao* 
HibBOR. Ltd.. I2IG Govt SL 06IM 



4lt(| PANDORA, KFNSINCno 
•'Is* * tr . , l.,<,eKeepn,s 



N Al'l.-^ 
G 3143 

Coilmsori Rt Furnished heated 



SIB 



UNFrBNIRBED. 

.FlRNIRHEir 



It t\ \N 1 1 l>-l I- M AI I III 1.1 



^EOUC AWONAL 



•\ 1 SEMI-DRY HEAVY BARK MIXED 
•» block. 13 50 cd . dry. 13 ts O 3123 

A LL KINDff ANYJ.eNOril B!0 GOOD 
» cedar II load 3 for 1176 . P 8722 



( 



<Mii.: 'II- '.", 

nfrl ^r,, „ 
I, r. ■ sr- ; ,• 1 , , ,1 
"Rrrii nft-,. CO. 



• . .11,-1 

.laj rrl 



dav al 8 n clock ("r the repo e cf 1 er 
,M>ul. »t the 8 J Curry A Son Fu'iet,. I 
Home and Mass mil be celebrated Fnlnv 
mornirtt. March II bv M'sr A 11 Dake. . 
\ Oj_lLil— AiMlr»» s c.thedtal at 9 A clixrk \{ 
Inferment will be made in Roa* Bay , 
CamelerT. — 1 



OIRl,. tlFNFRAL 1IU4-«A- 
^ work and- help with baby, alecp out. 
Bi« 64(M. r«i(»ni»» 



',• M I' «iNt SH (•( ii^.EOK H»6 GOV 
'rniro t O >i fi » «t Msunseii 

«1 MAROM1ET p"BT :-.lNf ;'S StrHoOL- 
J in or llou.e ; i M.i(i«r.i . .S. -noi 
VV O M .Ui.si. pr in ,p*. *-31$% 

^PRon SUA* SUSIvFSe IN,^7ITUli 
-Courses Slfposrsr: > serretartBt. 
eommerrial rad o'ele j ri< n' v 0 4si3 



s 

M 



'Al'ABLF OIRL'foK llolSKVMjRK 
sleep m. . CaU It'O RockUnd Avenue, 
morntnt'. . 



BAXTER At (he family -e . - ?783 
Seaion'Road. Paano-h, ih.-" 1 • ■ ! n»a^ 
March 21. Edward Baxter " : - tt» ol 
fifty -three yeara^ T.he late Mr Baxter 
was born in l«nden. Entland, and movod 
10 tills rllr thirty yeart' ago He laa^raa 
in acirrow his widow. Cbthar.ne. at 
the family residence; slaa.ane brother. 
Jack, and two atalax*.. MU^A. JClM tnd 
Mrs R Turnbaiu of Londoa, BBalaniT 

Funeral services will be' aeld Pridav 
afiernoon, March SI. at J " riock. (rnm 
(lie parlor* of the S .1 ( .irrv A Son 
Funeral Home. Rev. Daniel Walker will 
offlciait and inierment 4MM-0a made in 
the Royal Oak Burial Park. 

t>Rt;RY At the family reildenee. JM4 
Peniance Road, rvn Tueadav March Jl. 
Mis. Msrv Alice Drury a«ed e a or 
years. «ldo» of 4l»e late .lo'eni [u r» 
The late Mra Drury *r»a born m Wei.e'- 
h^jBltbBb— Raaland. and badLbeen a reki-i 
'■""'deni of this rtly (»» the past twenty-five 
vesrs an! Is moumed by one dauthter 
Mi^s Ne!r e J)r.ir>. at home, and ohS lon, 
Horace, of Cedar Hill Road. Saanlch. and 
one granddaulhter. 

The funeral will take Place on FMday 
afiernvjon from Mcrall Bra* Fufttra! 
Home al I 10 o (Ut. k Ven Archdeacon 
A • de L Nuniis aill condutct Ih* tervlce 



1} SITtATIfiN> \VANTKt>— 
MALE 

» oKioo : B.(» t>ti wniouwp 

*- - ' tm OMn 



^1 SNl'MCi ,S< l|. .<il 
? Ore -Bay Jurr- ,n 



PT I •. I )i .i;M'|| Y 
M ss O Dicks 



* l.L IIR S( RFFNED RAWDIISI. 13 36 
• * t wlK 14 >.s' » nr « s F .111' 4 

1 sold. Wi 100 F.r.i rrowtlj. 4 II. 2 »~cdS 
111 Don, rtrv i2 ln. SSSOed E 1103 

»s I cd 12 15. 
bonprdt' ^ • . , . ■ • " ,y, ri -ji 2:> rrf 
bone-dry in- ir r, , . , ,.r rd , bo/le- I 

dry heavy s;,ih.. 1, 1^,, rd No 1 fir mill- 
wood mixed in-«M» h.o'Ks 12 per cd . 
'h ide bitvks 14 per cd . heavy slabt. II.SO 
ri .Shasnisan DouglaS Fir W99d 



I |RVLAND w 



tea MIVKAI IN«TRfMPVTa 

VN IFNOR .SAXOPIKJNE. SII.VFr'- 
;,:.,i..1 bell rompieie ni ■ r-»-.e 

1^ A aii B irdock. 107 SLlton 



1337 AUTO RADIOS mSTALLED IN 

^ ..',r ' n- I ...i.l.. ., , . , . . H<l 60 

I 111. ■ .-, .1 ( .,rr,. (1 Ws !,er »1t 60 

1 Oi l- li'efl BeitM Washer 114 

I Ohh. used Mernfeld Washer 149 '.0 

1-<iniv new .Speed (Jneen Doner ISO '0 | 

1 Onl' ."1 Easy Vacu im Cup 1*9 'fCi ' 
(■ • 1 •er..ent. ^rernvs Arransede^, 

■ Maior F.e,-tric*l Appllaticea, Third FlTXjr 
jlUDSelMI BAY COMPANY 



IAROE ,FI:RNIRHED HoiJSEKFFFINti 
rr»om, aea vie« 602 DoUa- 7(' a.1 



u BOVSEKrrriNr; rooms 

WANTED 



- I 



TWO TON TROTK. 
heifis overhauled, dual »neels For 
'.Ir te«.otiih;, M'itu»l A'llo Sales, tlj 

Jr.ht:"": SUr,< 

/ «AR WANIE1> IN EXCHANUB FOR 

^ good lot. Gorge dittrict. Mwtaal Aato 
Sale*. 933 Johnien Street. ^ 

t,'«NoiNka REBOREDi NEW PI8TONB, 
I ^ p:n* and rineg topplled and flllad: 
.Il ,01, i ietr rord "A." lia.Mi Chavfotat 
t II , r-:>moMlh, IM. other loo prtcaa 
or. a:,;, ., alion. otott Oewiiaai lM VoT 



GRAHAM 



11 



^UIIAR.si. mo.M 



Hlck^ina't M 



»7 6" 

r IS!. 



tap 



^AIIIO 



RADIUS FOR HIRk. WEEK OR MuNlh 
liadiot repaired. lut>es tested free 
Aaronson a 1328 Government G 4733 



VIOLIN i5:I*> IVA.vrEO>^MISCBLLANBOtJS 

oa Johnson. — ""^ — l ^ ■~. ^^^.^ 

^ A RBPITTATION FOR PAYING HIGH 
. I 4k\ eat prices, rats, bottles, tools 

stoves, furniture, or anyihlnt .you wish 
to dLs'pose of We call aoywhera any 

tiii e G 476! 



I^OCKWORK. 
la eacs - t ■ t 



BLASTING. ClkARtNO 
6 s Anderson B 9017 



|7« PAINTra« AND OErnRATORO-' 

I' NTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DtCORA'T 
Int. Best workmanship a .d materials. 
Corrin. vms. 

I ILASTErIno. 8TtrcOO~AllD~MPAlM 
I at reasnnsbia ortaea Ptooiot attaa. 

lion 0 61II 

. . - «Ha> 

I lAPERHANOlNO PAINTING. RALBUM- 
I mint Work tsirtnteed King, O laea 

j lAIVriNO 




IIERCY FCOrT-MAWDOklN. MANDOLA. 
mand-'rello. euitar. baivia. Taaeherr 
diploma ISM Oak Bar sKvenue B nil 

SAXOPHONE AND CLAFilSn MODl^KN 
tuition Re» W.v>d. phone G 7911 
liCSsont It your omn home 



^PAHTsn A">nr3 Hawaiian ouit 

^ and mandoi ns Hours 3 to I daily 
Jenkina 1019 Pandara. 

B 




4 RACE ATTHEUj DANt r 
I Hol'TBond « t.*'e»t Ine R- 



IVriNO AND PAPERHANOINO - I X'^T'""" * " ^' '•'<'"^* 

riesn aori rinr,. <i HIS ' .'r.. • Mr and Mr. Geo R 

Clean «or« dm.. (1 J.1JJ s-l^.ir Mirrs. NV rre' od F ♦li 



IIAINTING PAPFRING KAlJ(JMINlNa 
Wor« su.rar'~..i M.-Pherson R 9019 

lyAIWUNG. PAPERHANUING RAI*0^ 

I (r!n:ni and p'ssr'- r'st^i-fs f twi.s 



'Saiurday Dorothy C n M R A [) E 78Jt 

s<« r iMJ 

M IN- 
oaaly 
4164 

LOST AND FOUND 



[ '<<■'■ t -lui Pr.one E 1914 

IJRY 4 FOOT COHDWOOD IN 'l~CORD 
' lots. II 15 cord J k Pa:ntet- * 
«ons OIS41 617 Cormorant Street 

IsFPFNDABLE Dryland Sawdust Spmhl- 
' Ronald Hnpktns Coal A Wood Oo. B 7916. 

IsEPrNn4Rl.E Drv!sr)d Sawdust BpeclaT^ 
' P-^nSid llorl<:r,s (v,,-,; .v Wood E791I 

uh:t. skd 14 .60 bik M 60 Screened 
flr Sawdust Supply B 1191 ; turfort 

MAkAH AT BULK ' 8 A W D U 8 T.~Ts to" 
Battkad lawdatt. H M. i 



BAROAINS IN GUARANIEED UI 
roN.SOLE RADIOS ' 
Prued Irr.rii 1:4 Ml snd .=r.;4 on Eaty Term* 
McLEMNAN. Mcf EXLY * PRIOR, LTD 

I' 



ton INCBWgBY 8T OCB. PLANTS ijtt 

T^rps'i ( LASS cl-T hyacintSV^tu- 

1 llp^ spe ,1 vtrlellei P1m« POUr 



P 

orders I 



'» r r hiilh' E 1013. 

FOK (. oMMEMORATJpN PLANT- 
Ine Birr seeded 00 Coronation Day. 
1937 Pico. or. red and acarlet scan la'er 
40c each, postage paid Spring delivery 
de Hurst Forest Baed Btatiotta. Kamloop*. 
8 C. 



ANTIUUk JEWELRY-OLO OOLD. GOLD 
eatna. platea etc.. fag catb. Raaa'a 
Lid,_li:7 Douglaa Btree t. 

^ 4ASH rVR OLD aiCYCLBB OR PARTS 
' Can anywhere O 4733 

ItOliER aapairs and Welding Second- 
^» hifh'd ttetfir wnteri' b'o.ithl' a\id «>»* 
r Medrlch, 518 Flsgard Street B 3069 



FKfU'INd ROOM WANTED IN 
' i«i we (nr about tiao hours help 
reliable home Box 1440. Colonist 



U FLATS AND i^TARTMENTS 
— ^^-TO RCVT 



I,»(>R HALF 1936 ( 

• o'>d- order 116 ras 

lUNKIE AUTO WREr'KEK E 7MI. 
prices paid for your carw Poila 
all cars and truck* 917 View. ^ 



AN. 



A PAR'; 

s'k thre 
c'lo-se to Hiih Sci.ooi 



RTMENT. FURNISHrn. TWO ANI 
r'X.or" from 114 60 to I.'. 

1251 Pandora Pnon. 
owner r 2848 



PACKARD BBDAM-Lat* mod'l. la I 
.11 fill eondltlaa. If yau la»or Packard 



\T T R A f 1 I '.' f 
s iit e^. Ik 1 ..i' . f ,i. 



Sul.l, > 

niandie 



f LiJ.V-FltHNISIIEIj 
. '">. warm and 
re. ' , The Nor- 



try this one OOi, fOS ITtll 

s'imK It IS a bareain. " :.. .. 

IKJN'TIAC BEDAN IJke new 
Ih^Iudes n»srer" an.f de- 
Iros'er Fully guarar.ieed 



f*UO** BOVOHT FUR CASH. 
) ktnda. any «4MM4ty HuauFA till 



Oovemment 



8 BPXC1AL 



A Bona. dl7 Cormoniat Itreet O ssti 



,^^1^ JMUkrr tjtLL IN 1 DAYS to CDS il ia 
Wi dry cedar. 12 cd . 1 cda I J .5 o J462 



In bundlea-o( Ave. 11 
Choice Variatiaa 
LAYRlTZ iniRBSIUBB UinTBD 

Phetta o 37SJ 

-aa~ 



laR Birvruta avti MiiToat vri r« 

"* LMOST NEW TRIfMPH TWIN ALTFU- 



\ LMO« 
.**-«a44t 



HX8T PRICES PAID FOR RAOa BOT- 
_ ileit. sto\fs. tools, plpmt. furniuva,, 
eff . Call rlthl at ay E 0143 or E 0350 

li^URNITURE. Ri:G& CLOaniNG. fOULS 
r and raatea (or eaan. ar aiil aaU on 
eommiaaion lcndoN AUCtlONi 611* 
Pandora Phore G 2034 

IP YOU WISri TO DtBP088 OP YOtfR 
farntturt. etc . antique or snpderi.. eon 
suit ua We either bay oatrtebt or ttll (or 
you Fred Bailtli * C« . Aacueotarg O 4011 

LAROB ' OOAimTtBB OOOO PUMn- 
tora..Otataa P l i w aa. MI,lliei..AMia, 

4IA 



SWAFS 



X-o 1 
iltb 



flr slab m,s. Inside j cds 14, dry 
lb mix. Inside. 3 cdi II: btavy glab, 
13 80 Cd : taaida Mki . H cd.i \baae-dry 
Maiahat tlab, matda. 14 M Belbtrk O U34 

NTO"^! FIR MILLWOOD. l2Se'cp"~IN l" 
) ed lot* ' Thtlda flr 14 60 cd 



only 3.900 IT .r. I A'. a.-r»;.' ..r-r. K* r . ■ 
flee price. No trades Muija. A jl^i Sales^ 
111 Jotonaon 

BICYCiaS AND REPAIRB~NBW AND- 
rtCOOdltlnned blryclea tOld 



I-sXrilAHOl OARDENINO. 
I ^ ......... , .anything of value G 1S43 



PAnrrtNo. 

14 



Robtn*<m *, 

C^ii-.n:.' 



1220 Broad Street, 



n tKTms 
eppoti te 



acre* nee 
Mtnntna. 8hao 



nr sawdust use unit 
Fuels. 1910 Stars Sireat 

i^prriAu 1 ^csKBriko ooRDdTBONr 

(iry heavy alaba, I4.M cord, delivered 



ROOMS PAPBHBD. 



I rvcT-MAN B BBOWn POC KBI B(JUR -t-«-3M^^? 
I' ' onidiBtiw laM at aton*T iMnce ane 
HeoaMr- riBdet paooc 

UJl a«.i a cda. MJl. OJL 



I rp. ISLAND )3-in black* skab*. ready to 
\ barn. Oaatg tot d weod. RaB.'H,* 



I^ICYCLA SALS - M BICYCLSA lit 



litts 
ate prieaa Aan 



Hre BicycM. 6*4 so. 
reOOin. 
h^\MU Ooa t-8s 



Ha.A. RACINO •lOTCLS. GOOD COR- 
. ditPWfr IM or beet oBer. _on«4. 

1.V>r'baLB-^~IMS MARLBT ~16," OOOO 
eandition, ttro new uraa. Y. WBrM, 
1444 Oarberry Oatdeaa. O M48. 



« FOULTRT AND LIVESTOCR 

ItA POtTLYBV AN» «»PPMB8_' 

TvUffTOM RATCWTNO - 9a PER BOo'. 
V trsy ,ots 140 Order Leelsara. RIR 
chlc«< roa T W Palmer RR I O 113« 

1>KBB ^ 13 CniCKB'WTni BACW lOo' 
r Leabonsk. itc. HampatMrea, llvtc de- 
ll M 100 



uvarod Coalaa 
Ifeadralfoab Kaotlno 



httcbii 
4tR 



I 



BUdWA, R I R. HATOnNO 

aad Bayeli» iBiiBa Iwm O tlH. 



AT MONTlfoBt Ai'i Ii'/IEL. i'urnTsHer 
aalta, with an modern convrnienrca 

AIEbA MANSIONB FURN OR UNFUR- 
n -r»d, excellent IV servieeo B 0061 

\T MOI'N'I IX.' (,I.A8 APAKTMEN^B 
Furni'!-' • , 'e 10 rent. 8 4632 

\TTRACTI\y H RNIBHBD surras NOW 
availab e Savoy Mansions O aaM' 

A*^ PASTMBNT8 - Puny fumtahod, actt 
. coaialB«d,~ftaaonabla ^ataa-^-Xaau. 

HRirtnV TWO - RrXiM DNPUliinBNBD 
sui(e gas rape* and hot iratar: W ataa- 

ar, . fl Siiperloi* 

• ■fVL 5-rm: apta. Breplaee*. tier: 
ve. garden te% entrancet R.3^} 

IlORCHEirntR AFARTMKNTk -' 4IEW 
' rivt-room galte. ttrrrlOokica-aaMi aaA 
Mount Baker Phone (717* or E 7739 

RABLB PURNIBHBD BUITB. PrF- 
vau baUirooai ooar paiH. aaa. ear 



$1075 

Z'l i prr#r,t 

SDOO 

1,'WjRD Tt;DOR -Thorouthly flrtt-elatt la 
' everr reaper!. A real bar* tUlTfl 
xain i n a ( atf model 9^9 1 tj 

b4-o( Ontevs .. 



{ 



-eAVMeDRAKB MOTOWB. LTD 

1 Bi n and^Otfl-moblle Cars-GMC TrucBl 
Duncan Port 8t. at Qaadra. Vietoriar 



liTt 



p^OR RENT. 145 SO. FlVB-HCKvM APART 
F ment. tood large rooms. r:ve mr. jtes' 
walk from city Available April 1. For ap- 
pointment to view phone B 1174 

F;«D1UnBBED PLAT, LIOMT,— WATBr'. 
pbane^ Ml HIT Paad<>ra «venaa 

CLABB APAimiBirrS. PUiU 
La rely lo- 

0 6IS6 



t^SBO^ZiRSjiALe lOQXit. 5 
-> 4TI 1 11^ 4 M i II, UUJM.' 
4IO;i3l Mai't, tte. iSSSSSm 
ISML-CraioBawec. 



so X 11. 



BdMi. 



HIGH 
Mthed or^CRrtfraiaiNd 



ealt4T 



HARROOATP APARTMBrfiL OAS BAY. 
rot thaaa wantint the best r 9661 

MT roWAROS. 1002 VASCry-.f.fi FT 
^'^'jrrTlsf' e^f suite ♦ m s^edr-'-y-r.. .1*. 
tine-r'MDi kil/hen at d t>a". Nea.y lec 
ora'ed Meat, hot water. eiet»'e,f B 4623 

MODBRN. BUNNY. S-ROOM. UNFUR- 
a l th e d aoartateati 'T'-'im 
m,. StMA 



A Written Ouartniaa Or BTW. WkMO 
AT Cars Have 1919 Lleeocaa' 

1916 HILUIAN OB LCZX SE- 
DAN -«.aiO aMM% Boatei 

IMS PORO 
TUO^B 

iMt NnPMOBILB 
BEDAN . . ' 

19M rHBVROLBT ROAOWTBR^ 
<l3i Whaoia aad ttraa 

1910 Br-ICX 

SEDA N 

Tarau - Boooiireiataoa Till f - Tradae 

M 



PTtooe OM18 



?^4."iO 
rU5 



TO 
4MTO 4t4t 



Yataa Btreet 



1(|'>- HUPMOBILB DB LUXE SEDAN. 

l<fe>l excellent caodlttoo thrwuchaat. 
leso lOM Bur aaoch. naw licanee. |ai. 
Paru and aeneagariea (or ears and traoka. 
•Hydraabc trwtt hotela. OLApiaPt >eTO 
A TRUCK PARTR M fWB.r 



THEtoTEY^LONIST, victoria, B.C^ THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 



it 



Mart 



Property tor Sale or Trade 

, * - ■ ' - — 



AUTOMOBILES 
'Coatioitadt 



•n us naar for JHS 

VALUES 

«^-TOii. MMpr •i AAA 

top faetory kodjr. 

IMt CHEVHOUET U-TOM S7^) 
PICKUP CItW 

tM« CHEVKuurr 

•* DKLIVERY .'•Ti 

1»U »OIU) a-TOH. mol«r o»tr- 

UN OODOB nDAN ~ 

OBUVBtT W^rt'f 



VAN •Z^tm.'f 

cntyti' il.t-i 2-'roM, flkt 

▼ VAN 

1»J0 () M ' CANKl. 
Dri.IVH'-V 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 

SUBSCRIBERS 

Out-of lCMin iut»cr bcri who •rtV' 

only th« tclit^wnt rurrbv of Ih* 
rdvc'iicr « givao, inty maH th«M 
r«p(tM 10 Tht Ceton«r T)w 
- OlBAiit tmwMiHHi anil n 



It 



BOtSES FOB 6Ai^ 



$2^)0 

195 



•••••••••• 



WHAM * chBKLoa, vn. 



g 9 9 9 »-t — »- 

.■-I'K-I A' UIJVR SAVINQS! 

(•At<>i inicEUTo-aayrTgCMoKWi 

^S^l^i) < cmiTRiSK'OOSCK. 1M1 

^!H1) ^'"^^"'^''^ COACH. 1»2» 

!M) BMCK SEDAN, 1921 
^1 1^4) ()|| I'ACKAROSCDAit, 1931 

$lSi) ' HBVBtaUR OOAOH. IMS 

.jl^^^^'j^— ESSEX COUPE Itlt 

^|(|(| (|(| norKiE COUPE I'lH 

^"||||^(||| mlCK BEOAN, 1930 

^.><^(| I ^4 1 raatx ooAoa. mi 

IIwIT!) M*) FOIIO 'T' MLOOIf. iM4 

NATIONAL MOrOlt OO. ITTI 
It* ir«tM 8tr*«r Phone a 1177 

Open Eviiinrs 



■ fWANCE COMPANY « Ari lON SALE 
RtPOSSEWIONS ANfi THADE-INS 



PLYMOtTTH 



3MM. \tU 



AIJTOMOB1LK8 



FINAL CALLI PINAL CALLI 
. BEOO MOTOR CO . LTD. 
MARCH dJUJUMOB WM 

BATOllOAy. ATRB. 1 

VAUm 

AT 



NEW HUMEfi OAK HAY 

Aat'PEKlOR HUME UP ATIKACTIVE 
dHitn. Hm terta U«tac>r«oai. Am. 
reDMr*at«ry. SIRlM-room. aadani kllabas. 
roDipleU bathroom and maatcr bedroom on 
main fli>or Upitairt has three flQ« bod- 
r<iom«. vaa^rooa u>d truofe room. Puil 
eomant taaaaMBk |»niaaa and i aracc. 
Nicfijr aitaatad witk ftea vlaw or straru 

" JiM)r)00 

CJIX ROOMS. A WBLib-OESIONBD BUN-, 
n salow 9t hiadaaaa appaaranca wub 
Uraa llvtas-roaai. dlBtas-raaau lavaly Ut- 

chrn. ■uiiroom and two batfiaaau. 0«k 
(lours. lull baMiDcnt. waaii tafea and 
raa*. An attraetiY* bema aA SM •( Oak 
B»y'i^>aaV^at«aaU. t m anH - 

\PRnTY mrw bungalow with 
iari* Uvlna-room wltli ocrn (ir*. 
bookcases, etc , two nicr bedrooms, modern 
kitchen with tiled tink. lovely lunraaab twU 
eamant baacment. turnac*. tuba aB4 saraaa- 
■plaadM taaiuaa. Jaiinm (|3000 



78 



HOUSES FOB BALB 



IX)R IMMtDIATI 8AL»— intWLT-COM- 
plciad annaalow. four rooma. etc ; 
aaraat: ana-thlyd of ao aerti miat Avanua. 
aft Oona-iuad. near bu«M. Baay larau. 
•1.IM. IcacOMiaM. M Oana Baatf Waal, 
owner 



•91 OOROE. BRAND-NSW 

^^lyjxJ room bunaalaw 



Separate larace. 

Ooorl ferms 



Oeod lot. 



Hlab location 
PullT 



POUR- 
eatlon 

odern. 



«H af Oak 

.14500 



A B MI 

13M Blanihard Street 



F.'juli.pfd 



BAVB ILOOOI 

A SMALL AMOUirr .SPENT POR 
MATCRLAL AND httUt I.ABOH 
WILL PUT TrtlS a-ROOMES GOR- 
DON HEAD HOMUACK nrrO THE 
t3.}M CLASS TAXES. t3*.M. MY 
PlUCa. An IS. II 300 TERMp.* 

ALEX PAf.E 

im GOVERNMENT STRBR- 
PMONE E2144 



r225 



\ REALLY ATTRACTIVE PIVE - ROOM 
bunaalow amont nice nelahbor* 

Twenty minutr.i' walk from the businens 
section. On terms at the !i6U'»(l 

bariain price ul 

LIIX-ROQM HOUSE IN UOOD NEIGH 

O bocAaod. wtthls «A(kiac 
diatanoa. On Urmt wt9ai>...v 
RALPH H. WmOM 

Pbau E9I11 



.$750 



^120 ^ PAIRPIBLD BUNOAIiOW 



Wa Ara Initmcted to < .rut Anv Cost 
fMty.Plve POPULAR MODI 
REGARDLESS 



JELIJ^ 



You Will Ba AatavBdatf fit Tliaaa Sprint 
Vaisaa Whan Ya« VUH' Our Pranuas 

•ee '■li' Kollowini Tl.'n roi;i"»re Pnio' 
H37 K)RI> rOKDOR SEDAN 

1114 f^f^^^t) i>r. i.rxB TOVMBO BBDAH 

ItJI PORD COUPE 
IM» WIU.Yi BEOAN 
Ab4 Twenlr Oara Oadar ISM With Ucanct 

A Ubarai Trada>lB Atia«a« on Your OM 
Car. Virith or Without Licence 



MtrruAL AUTO SAtai 

•1> Johnion St. ' 



OM4< 



|!345 



JAMBBOIf MOO^RA POR BEST VALUES 
W UBBO CAIIB 

IMS STUDEBAKER ROCRNB 

COACH— VARY OOOD . 
1»U BUICK aBDAM - W riBBT ' i Kf^ 

OoramOII. REDUCED i^W)') 

1911 PORD V-B PICK-t!P DE 

LIVERY VERY GOOD 

19J7 NASH AMBASfiAUQR a UK LUXE 
SEDAN m PIRST-CIASS CONni> 
TIOH. RAIMO, lUi)5 
REATBR • 9t10»f 

1(» rRANKLW 8BDAN TN riR.ST riJiRS 

coNurrioH. AN FxiKEMK tf^m"; 

LY ECONOMICAL CAR V'JO'f 

JAMHON MOTORS. UMITBD 
140 Brouflilnn Street 



1»3« CHEVROLET MASTER DE LUXK 
SEDAN Down Jilk**'^% 
psvmenl •IP.*«.»* 

. $225 



AUTHENTIC AAVINOSt 
LUCE THIS: 

.MM Obavraiat Bajan » amart tittle 
aar. IB saw tUbtim. a 

baraate. 

Down paymana 

UKB THIS: — 

1M1 Ohayrotet Cabriolet F.'tuipprd 
with hot-water licmer m.'i lauiu. 
RUO^aoIy 11.000 mllca 

UKB TRIS: 

1937 De Luie Pour-Door Pord Serian 
All special p-juiiJiKf (U. r.c;. n.i.i.t 
aiul motor Uke new. it^^fwll 
parmtnt 

UKE Illl.S 

itM, ■■Hiuilt-Bakrr [)r Luxe Sedan — One 
o»i.ii .Miue new. Victoria't beat 
buy fur price, and 
conditioB. Ooara pa: 

UKB THIS 

IMl ChevralH Ba Lma Coacli-Hai 

baan thorouahly racaiMUtloned by our I mi Pemberton Bide, 
meehaiu's and la a Baai Certllied 
r»r 

Down payment -U a-" 1,-«IVE ROOMS AND BATHROOM. BASE- 

THIS I ,„pnl turiiare. laundry tub.s fireplace. 

133a Plvmouth De Luxe Sedan In i \ar ous bjlll .n features, etc. Terraf 
"J"'" ■ W« aH-know Ptym- I one tliird cash, balance 

o act aulek on th«« monihl» 

HANK .STHFFT Sf IIO*>L DISTRICT 

■* ^ iJrilii ftoorv bliiKl'. linoleum, eleetric 

Term... nso ■ . 
HfjBEVrAR COMPANV. lib tlNlON BLDO. 

r-<OR SALB-n^i^Robll^ COTTAoit 
I ' recently buUt. «ltb larden. some fruit 
irrei: good watar aupply Near school. 
P O w iia thu t e hii — me*. Il.tsa. 
Real Batata, and Iniurance Atent 
C. WALUCH. Cowlchaa Station PO. 

I^^OR SALE OR RENT-nVE-ROOM MOD- 
ern house: three^ acrea with • few fruit 
trees Chicken house barn: fond »oll 
Splendid view Pour miles out. rl( Wilk- 
inson Road. Teleiihone diliiuit/ IJBM 

I.-'IVE-ROOM BUNGALOW TWO BED 
rooms, cement basement, (umaca. nice 
earnar lak II4M. Omar. Bob UU. 

Caloalat. _ _ • _ _ 

ITtOR BAIA iintaALQW. PITB ROOMS, 
r near Parllamant Bulldlna*. Phone 

o 1570. 

REATLY REDUCED - 456 WALTON: 

' ' I2.3S0 If sold by April 1 

HOI'Sra BI'ILT ON INSTALLMENT 
nl«n n !l Bale, confric'or. Fort and 
Stlda, on* 



OiJtl 

super 

iJowi. imyment 



$1750 



>) 

POWERFUL ECONOMY BAHOAINS 
These are only a le* typical examples, 
picked at random, from our btf tloct! 

EVBRY MAKE: EVERY PRICE: 
nymouthi. Dodaea. PordA Chevroleta. 
■■ufaft ^Oldsmobilei and Btudobakcra 

BioO MOTOR CO., UO. 
•M Yaiaa Bliaat mk Talaa Btraat 

_ O 1144 

PVMOtilh Dodte 
Chryalaf -o. sota 



WB PIRAMOB CAR PURCMAACB 

LOW RATE 

5% 

ON (TNPAIO 8ALANCB 

No Reflnancini 
GILLESPIE. HART * CO.. LTD. 

411 PiBft airaal PImm (riltl-a 



INT OHBVROLCT OB UIXB 
With Hla'h-Oradr R«d(a and Haatar 

A RBAL FAMILX.C>A» 

$795 

JONES BROS.- BBRVICf STATION. LTD 
Corner Yatea and Quadra Phone E 4071 



1*36 WtLLTB DB LUXK 8EUAN-ThlS Is 
your ahanea to aave monev an your 
runnint expenses Up to ihiriv-flve 
miiea per lallon. roomy, powerful and 
easy to handle. Car has lust been 
miulppad aflth lour new iires and 
(horouahly aona over In our shop 
8*r It today ^"(k" 
Terms r : a i.t r-fi •%),»«) 

MASTKR8 MOTOR CO . LTD. 

Neat la Oapitat Thaatta Phone E 3541 

THE UOCTX)R 8AY8 
You Mutt Not Drive— Thla Meant My 

iMi oaBVRoi.fr SB tmn ooaob 

U Balat BaM'at a Baertflaa 



•iL<*4iU|-''OBR-BUrTB ATARTMENT 
^4:OUU bouse. Baeh salla saU-con- 

ShavlM food 
Ma phaba in- 



talnad. Balandid condltioa. 
rat«ira« an tha Inraatasaat. 
ferpaUaa. 



Ml 



Btraat 



It WANno to Mnr,-iMNJiii 


T XBT TooR PRonamr w 


ira OS FOR 


^ quick sal*. Buyara waiU 


■•. Baa t. B. 


Monk. J 11 WhitlOBM * ( 


UlL, lit 


Pemberton Bulldlna. 





WANTBO POR P08BE8SION. MAY 1. 
fOUf-^ nve-rofim hiinsalow O'ak Bay 

ar Balrfleld. Vaii.e >i :.ou tn tj.ooo. 

CONXXRB - WILDERS CO. 
oaijlroaahteii Btraat (Sm W. H Hilton i 

U»ANTED- POUR-ROOM MODERN BUN- 
lalow. outside riiy, viiih lar<e lot. 
within (oiir-niile circle Will pay up to 
S650 Kil ciun Bi'X B4 .3 ('l)IGlll^t 

IITANTED^ BY RELIABLE PARTY. POUR 



m ^rnonm fob tALB 



TOWNEK I'ARK ON BAANTCH ARM 

SEAFKONT BITES POR SUMMER OR 
permanent homes. excepllonaUy at- 
tractive In raapoet to prfcet. uncommonly 
easy term* of payment, a.spect. scenery, 
soli, depth of lots and acreuKr electnctiy 
telephone, proximity la excellent prepar- 
atory and hlth sehoolst plenty of wsiet 
and lood roads. Coma la and set a map. 
tbaa make arranaamaBta ta view this 



CI- 

TW ROYAL TRD8T OOMPAIIY 
IJM Ooaar^^ _»t\fi 

CHEAP AQREAOC 
^PHIRTY ACRES OP LAND ON THE 
*- western slope o.' Mount Newton in | 
Saanlch. Property it timbered, tome ol i 
which has been cut Price anly (cam 

— — #250 



JOHN OREBNWOOO 

1239 Broad Street 



HOD 



RAANICH 



I IHOICE 8AANICH BUILDING LOT. IN 

^ select ro sid an tla l district, to x 144. on 
Reynoidi Straat. ' Also aaa lai tO x too. on 

tedar Hill Cro's'road Phone 0 2^97 
EXCEPriONALLY GOOD BUY 

ftl '"^* * 1*KARLY NEW l-ROOM 

'Vl.'mtjyj buncaJow atandlna on two nice 
xarden lota, already Cultivated This home 
ronilsts of a kitchen, front room, bedroom. 
2-plece bathroom, breakfast nook and aa- 
race Chicken house wllI'*^hold M birds. 
Electric liahl, hot and cold watar. ' HIah 
loeatioB. Law Baaaleh taxaa. 

Vary Maal (or Cawpla 

8AANKH REALTY COMPANY 
3jM Quadra .Street Phniie E 0001 



Baa MR. BUTORBR 

Holland Aianaa. Off Burniide. Baanich 

■jli'Jl! PORD DE LUXE SEDAN. PEK- 
'•'•»'' feci condition. Cash or tarms 
m manth. Can take ttada «p ta tsoo: 
Phane BMia. afternoon 



HtOR. RBAITRT LOCATION 

OVERLOOKING THB CTTT AND ONLY 
1'" miles Iroa* City Hall. Close 'o 
(ood school and handy to transportation [ 

ATTRACTIVE RTUCCO HOME 
Llvtnc-room. dinlns-room. larae kitchen 
Willi breakfast nook, ona bedroom and 
balhrnnm on rreund floor. Concealed stain 
to two finished rooms and storeroom above 
Interior nil finished In naint, alnss doers, 
built In feature*, elc HIah cement base- 
ment, all linedi< playroom, storeroom, fur- 
nace, etc. Stucco saraie. Quarter-acre lot, 
oak shade trees, rockeries, etc. This Is an 
exreptlonallv well-built home ft*)7^0 
and real value at <U» I Ov 

Stava. aU hamar. lino. bUnAA atc^ 
Inclvtfad. 

SWINBRTON A CO. UMITBD 
•3* Brottahtoit Btraat 



82 



ACKEACiE FOK .SALE 



I^X)R SALE 7B ACRES 10 ACHES VHHY 
productive land. In hay. Convener i 
to srhnol. pnstofTice. stores and stages, 
Appiv J J Clarke. Hllliert Croasina. 



COLES, HOWELL & 
PQmLTD. 

COUNTRY ESTATE 

taa ACBES WITR OrARTKB MILE 

PBOTECTEU hCAPBONT, nice beaches, 
also froiilase on private lake Modern 
retidence of t rooms. 2 bathroonts. hot 
water furnace, electrie llsht and tood 
water. AMU'f'SO acrei cleared Balance 
level park and Pasturr. outbulldlnst 
Very serludede -Ideal fenilernan « coun- 
try estate Exciusne C4C nnn 

lutint Pri e 9 1 Of UUU 

COKDOVA BAY 

11 t( HI s AROI T HALF CLEABED. 
hMALL UUlbk, barn, chicken house*, 
vatar aAd Ms A l s - fcswtaxo vviii sell 

Slier"'* $3000 

EAST SAANICH ROAD 

t ACRBS RICH. LRVBI. CUARCD 
LAND, wltk a aMdka and tsrasa. Taxes 

$600 

SELKIRK WATERS 

HALP ACRE WITH WATBRPRONTAOB. 

well-buUt (-room stucco bunralnw. oak 

PHM. $4000 




JAMES BAY 



spi i NDimr Bi iLT BrN<;Ai.«)W, « 

LAAUE ROOMS, basement, saraie. 

Land If I Its faal. ■pastel 
bay. Prlaa 



$1350 



OAK BAY 



OVERLOOKING GOLF UNKA. RICH 
POSITION, Sacluded location: modern 
7-room stTWo residence and h«Tr"Bfn 
sardrn. den with open fireplace, oak 
floors. Wc ara aacluslva 



COLES. HOWELL I 



M« VIEW RTREFT 



a.iMi 



290 KING GCOKGt THtRACt 



OVBRUtOKlNO TRB SBA 
lUa Wail-Sllasled BuBcalav far 

^ $3500 

Contalna a -Sitting- reoni^ altti a (ire- 
place, three bedrooms, kitchen and 
dinlns alcove Hot air furnace and a 
pleasant garden A few minutes' walk 
from tha bus. and in a aary daslrable 
loaaUly, 

■ • 

Clrittopbir i $wayiie J.ti 

•tt view Hireet Ptaoaoe: O 41tl, O tlV 

Beat Estat^-Iasaranaa 



^EVEN-ROOM HOUSE. NEWLY OROOR- 
^ ated thrauthevt: Nt Rayanard. D Wit. 



BSQUIMALT IIVNICIPAUTY 
wan-Plaaaad and Attraattaa Oanntnr RasM 

S\ Mlli^ Prom tha City Hsil 
I.ll Acres. Timbered end Partly Claarad 

Hieh Elevation Excellent View 
rrHIS NEW •SIX-ROOMED BUNGALOW 
1 < cedar tidlni > consist* of llvlna-room. 
dininc-room. tunroon. kitchen and two 
bedrooms, two larte open flreplnres. three- 
piece bathroom, hardwood floors llvlnf- 
room i24 X 11'. Venetian blind.» city water 

sarasr early possession: tile clesr. This is 

1 U'Hk Pl-VMOUTH BRDAN. fast CAIR, I • *^ Inapaet- •QQA/t 

i ? l ail> aoHTrmrent n,,*^ t .f^. p,,^ , „ cash Aa«n > . . . •aWU 



|(|^^ OODGB 6EDAN-MW CASH AM 



View Street 



«IB 

B 



1917 CHEVROLET COUPE 

Down payment ... 

INI PORO OR LtrXB COACH- §*>OT\ 
Down payment . 

i9}t riiFVKoiAT iiabTer de luxe 

' ifliOO ^ Cameron B^. . 1140 cr«..fi«we7'«to»l 

ItltAI HIlN 10 .SALOON - - ft*l()n ' W'^'^'^" - MODEL DAMAGED 

Down payment .V^''' cars and trucks for wrecking. Best 

1931 PORD TUDOR- Down Ij^'MK) 



WANTT^ 

OABII HUOB rOR VOOROAR AT 
Bnpraa* BaJaa ai|n Vataa OU\a 

^ABR P<0R YOOR CAR POR WPECRING 



pavment 

CECIL BVE MOTORS. LTD 

Vataa at Quadra street ^ 
Pontllac oara O.II.C. Trucks 



FARMS FOB 8ALB 



/1LOSE -IN FARM - THREE ACRES. 
^ ' fenced and cultivated, deep black loam 
Well-buUi. lour-room house, water, electric 
llsht. 2« young fruit trees and small fruits. 
3'» miles from city Taxes 128 68. We value 
this fsrm at ta.MW. Price II. MM. Alfred 
Carmlchael R Ca.. Ltd.. lait Rrsstf Street. 
Real Rstata. 

SfCCIAL PRICES— SMALL PARMA 
ROVAL OAK -4 acres: 4 rooms. 
Moi VI TtjLMiE-Hi acres: T rooms. 
GoKDoN HEAD— 3>li acrea: t rooms. 
OLANl-X)RD AVE -I acres 4 rf>oms 
-CORDOVA RAT RD -14 sues. 4 rooms. 
8HELBOURNE ST - 1 acres .' 4 rooms. 
CORDOVA BAY ROAD -5 acres 
COBBLE HILL 40 acres 7 rooms. 
UANGPORD LAKE-2 acres. 4 rooms. 
Many Others to Choose From — Prices 
on Application Only 

ISLAND INVRSIHAMT CO . LTD. 
1000 Broad Street Phone O 7I4S-7 



H. G. OALBY A CO . LTD. 
134 View (Opposite Spencer's) 



•OWNER LEAVING CTTT" 

\\rBLL-FURNI8HED FIVE-ROOM STUCCO 
<V bungaltrw. Tnnipiandtd condition, with 
cement baaamant. furnace and garaae 
Thera la a nej* raitae and ather good (urni- 
tura, to If you art laakBH far a bam am 
he^laaM "JlSOO 



in/|-ACRE FARM POR SALE. ABOUT 
lUXf forty acres under cultivation: on 
Salt Spring ItUhd. near St. Mary'l Lake, 
close to srhoof and church No reasonable 

offer refui^ed. Apply Mm (" t Wood. 1133 i 
Prinir^.'. Avenue or phone K fxi.'o 



FAIRFIELD DISTRICT 

Fifteen .Minutes' Walk I rain luwn 

Five-room home, all mi>dern coiueni- 
encet. includlni Qil-O-Matic and elec- 
tric ranie. Hardwood (laori, full batc- 
ment and other features. You have to 
see throush this place to appreciate the 
M-lue. Reasonable terms lu suitable 
pdrchater Listed 
at - 



$4600 



rieae la Waterfront 

100 acres of cleared land and your 
cholee af over 300 acres more: partly 
eltared..-with a good marine view. This 
acreaae iv heiiiK offered fur quick sale 
from llOU per acre upwmd 
Par More Particulars on Above Llitlngi 

Bee RAROLB tINCRAM At 

Johnston & Company 

LIMITED 

1M« ReaaA Slgaal 8 1*41 




for 

LEX A 

i;22 Rrn.d Wreet 



00 . LTD. 



E 4773 



VV'ANTBI>-ABUAI 
V> dition, tar 

Colonist 



JAN BODY lU<nni fON ! VV^n^HlN THE HAI,P-MILE C1HCI*-A 
I«& l2i^ri;i.t^SL «sj' I f°°'n, »eml - bungslow Cement 

law cnavraiet. soa nn. | baaemem. brir'k foundation, furnace, open 



CUXVRGLBT 
AOtjORN BBDAN 

PACKARD .lEOAN .'. 

GRAHAM BEDAN 

HUDSON SEDAN 

A0B41M V BAbOON 

,P0RO TOBOR . . 

CRBTROtST COOPS , 

OIMMOBM COUPB. 

Many Other* 
' rTHOB PUMLBY. LTD 
BatabHRMrtim 
.1010 Yatet Btraat 



W FRANK CAMERON AUTO PANTS 

'S3 View Btraat phone e »e.i2 

rrTHJN THE HAI,P-MILE ClHCIxt- A 

t 

open 

.grate liv Jlvlne-room: dlnlng-rookn and kit 

dHT Chen: two bedrooms Just flnlthfld upttalrs: 
: separate bath and toilet garai^: I'l lots 

To close an estate, the price inly »t.7nn 

- I Terms to arranse Robert Or(ihl> A c o 
BOATS A.VD LAI NCIIES ! Senile rd Sulldlni. 12n7 no„»la^ S'reet 

ROOM DWEUL- 

00 F isn 



— YY'ANTF') 

^ V v tr s liei H- . . *i.tun 



W IIKFLEU 

' ■■!■■:, it' 



NOTU E 

CABIROO RiORW/hr TOM 

^OTICi IsTieTeby tftvefr tnat commencing 
at 12 01 a m on the flrtt day of April. 
1B39 and continuing until otherwise or- 
dered, tolu will be collected at the Yale 
ToU Houae. for the use of the Cariboo 
Highway. 

A. DIXQN. 

Chlaf Rnclnacr 
Depaitment of Pafelie Warka, 

Parliament Buildings, 
Victoria. B C. March at. ItM, 



CORPORXIIiis (II nil; 
0» OAK RAt 



RHfRtCT 



MWFR AM) WATER IBONJAt.E TAXEK 



■ "~ 'W'^*"* sTRErr EK.in 

8N>.»,) I>OAr LUMBER Bert <i tia : It > spruce OS r s ins h i" he " '9 

• » »1 .M> liur Dainei Box Co tl I4i2 ' ^ 

iff. »(». > r'»VlNHUUE-El,TO OUTBOARDS. |43 UP Si AAA— B 

ttlltr. * By'inor. at Jones Bros. Ltd Good , •5^*"*'^ ds 

^^4UtJ aaad BMan- alaa matars far rent I by 150. with ei 

L^.i.w „ . . „ ,. ' ' Cotitain... dnwn'tairs lari/e ' \ 7^^ r- om 

•^^M».> K"" •^^'•'^ SPEEDY 3S-FOOT BRIDGF|,,.h ,,AK FT.JOU snd Ire, „ r 

A...— I„ """"^ "eer old sleeps euhi.lsWed dinlns room with OAK FLOOR and 

« 11,^1 Rockgas sio*». autnmatle fire extinguisher." buffet, den. bedroom. waMiroom with toilet 

T \L I ••»<'«Pt'e"«i'» ""l equipped 75-H P marine and basin. Dutch kitchen snd breakfast 

(!>"',•>*: enslne, rubber nuiunl,ed Snap for quick 

.'"•l>>.l snie. Owner leaving Coast. Also ll-foot 

iib''<k«e raised deck cruiser with roomy pilot house 

^ifj -" ■ 



good fl(|-arnund boat, Both boats can be 
scene al oak Bav Bnathoiise 



I.^OR SALF 



APPROXIMATELY 1 M) 



room. Upstairs there are three more larte 
bedrooma _Klth ample closet*, a dressins 
roam, bathroom, linen cupboard and stor- 
age room. There is a full ba.iement with 
Isundry tub* snd hot air f'lrnace heated 



01IM 



REAL ECONOMYI 



1914 AUSTIN 10 ' SALOON.- Flrsl-flas. ; 1."'^'" SaU" r.— 

Shape ihreuahout. Tha taal ,* . '" 'I'.? 'ivJ^^R-.i* I rrlaa. lawns? etc 

PVr ontr.-.- . . r J J?"'^,,**^';'",''; , ,V, '.^ ••••%^«»h. priaas. dawAsUi 

UN Here Is s ear fhi»»' llftng-room jwltl 



by AUTOMATIC OIL BORNEH The house 

. ... a ,. ^ . 'i»s Juit heen completely done over There 

a acres. BooXe dutri. I. with a..-.d ,tr.ar„ ,re very pleasant sea views from the up- 
throush properly Clear title, or would , staii s. and immediate potteatlon can be had 
aichanae for St U 4*>fasl beat, Wavid I Let us show you thia 
cont.ider paving modkst eaah dUfarenee ( da- „ruoHTFUU large BUN- 

Box 8311. COlanlSt. _^ ^.)UU UALOW. near Ooniales Hill on 

riSu aitn par-icrn PfOPcflJ' of .one-third acre with lo\el> 
noM AND PACKER „n5i,»,,„ g.rden. fencing, pergolas, rock- 

Hou^e of stucca) eom- 
daamstoits. lirse and hsadaome 
, . _ ... Ith OAK FLOOR aVid llre- 
HOAT FtiR .lALE. 24 FEET Pl'M. larte dining-room with OAK PIXKJR 
r of io',n..>i, Kiieel • flreplsce. Dutch kitchen, laundry, on* 

' X . _ I large bedroom and two moderate-sired hed- 



I liUBLIC notice It hereby given that the 
i ' .Sewer and Water Rolls for the year 
1339 have baan.-.lllad at the Collector's 
I office where same may be Inspected dur- 
ing office hours 

Any person whose properly la atiown 
therein may. not later than April 1, |9lt, 
petition 'he Council in writing for an alter- 
ation in such roll; upon 'he ground that 
the number of feet frorj-.ne »:i' wl .rh i,e 
IS charted upon such rolls It Incorrect or 
Ineauittble under the provisions of the 
Sewer Frontage Tsx By-Law. 1926. nr 'the 
Wster Prontsee Tsx Bv-Law. 1924. re^pec- 
'Ivelv or that the lands or real prf>p#riy 
In reapect of which he is charted arc noi 
liable ta tasatlan. 



MUST BE SOLD 

Tlll.'l .six HO< )M Bt NOAUjW. WHOSE 
NKW KEDUCtI) PRICE MAKEIJ H A 

BARGAIN, stucco construction, bviit 
by day labor and fully modem. Has 
oak floors. ioundallons,wlth an.alsht- 
een-lnch bsie. and an overslga gteel 
furnace. Situated amjdtt oaks on hslf 
an acre of sloping ground. Sickness 
compels owner to tell ar trade tor a 
•maUar buiualaw. $42S0 

mi 

BEACH DRIVE and PAUCtAND. north- 
east corner: 107 feel of frontaae. Oak 
trees. Faces south and commanding 
lovely view of fine homes and land- 
toaped gardens on the nnr"ierlv 

a( Oaaaalaa .Hill. NOfrx u u ti:r on,y 
corner lot left for saw on ii<^i ^ i>rivr 
in thig Immediaia ttUtiJict. We wou:<i 
advise quick action. ,The price, on thp 

r.'rr.r.."!.; S760 

B.C. LAND 

AND INVESTMENT AGENCr. LTD. 

»?7 GOVT SY. TR0NE O4II9 



shape ihreuahout. 
aronnmy eaV 
1937 WILLYS SEDAN 

will sue excellent Iransporlal'on «• 
ve.ry little cash Yonr. 

for ' I VIIERWR» W1U.IAM8 BOAT PAIKT AND I Toomi with doaett and modern bathroom 

MANY01MERS ^^ i,,ni,h 

80Rtf>N A WILLIAM HITIVRB UU 

Naah-LaPayattg Atanu . . , 

V ' speed atarlna anaina. Bos 0417 

Colonist 



$095 i 



PtMBa 10415 



\m Slaaahard Btreet 

txXIK! 

ArSTlf) VAN 7 H P MODEL 

' tm '' ^ 

RBVBIjteMR IMrraRB 
View SI Quadra E4»Si 



. ..es. Sold by Ship Chandlers I ^wtairs thcrt ig-ajMilBishcA. bcdraa aa an d 

(VlfQuadear-fcW K. IT14 WhSTT Rf 1 1141 , » Ul*'' „'!*'"<' ••S^.?!!"' ^'^^ 

■ , ment.wiih hoi «at«~fnrn8ce. Oood drive- 
W'ANT KD-LAUNCH HULL. AL0O HIGH- way and taraia far t«:a ears. At taatt 
V V speed atarlna snalna. Bos 0417. half 



7.1 BlHINKSS OPI'OKTI NITIBS 



half eaah roaalrad fa ha^dla thla, 

THB ROYAL TRUST COMPANY 
Real Estate Dept. 
1^ Oovernmcnl St Phones X 4134. E 313U 



(iOWTlBS\\ii.rnu.<« .o. n:i nnorrjH ' ._ 
,«iR.B trr.t -le ^.r V f;,-., .1 vutmia ,S 1 1 1 
HBPMto. In <l:r h^le (.r lJJ^.ne^ e^ " * 



CASH PAYMENT. THE BAI 
re IIS ^•T month The loisi 

price. 1*00. for a 4-rooiir collage on Cook 

straat. All t aad s l aad r agg a i and aaa be 
made a real homo. 



$2600 



A MINIATI'RR PARR ' 

Situation hifh with southerly a'pecfr 
on r. mile nrcle. over sere of trees, 
rockerlea, fithpond, good greenhouse, 
lawn and thnibbarlts Tha .house, which 
IS in asealiant condition, it a five-room 
stucco buaaalow. oak ' ' r. cr.'rt 
basement, famacc, tub> 
gsrase PTiee nan. anly 

Ml'ST SELL 
■frat o* clea red and le\el 

property opposite the coii <«! r 
aaursa. tdaal far eountry home or 
chicken Timr Prlca 
ilathed to 

F»--: ■ . 

Artimr L Hayn^St ltd 

m >ert W. - 4 Am*- B Wee ~>KiBa O MJe 



a t.iaih 



SAANICH 

One and a hall mllet from citr. Beau- 
tiful fiveoraam hana, lust completed 
Well sitaalad en hish araahd. See it 

;'err;.;....: ....fli75 

■ VICTORIA WEST 

Exceptional buy in a family home with 
large living-rnom. kitchen and nook: 
four bedroomi and bath. Redecorated 
-eeeen'Iv Hot water heat, full cement 

' '-■^ $2100 

SA8BENO8 

Very pretty Summer cot'aee on water- 
front, with safe clean heach. Thit Is 
a well-built collate with lali* lur.u. 
room ai d flreplsce: two bed' 
< hen \eranda and lleeplha 
porch." Water laid on 

SHAWNIOAN LAKE 
se\ cral SuMBMr astta|aa-^~tlta lake 



$2100 



VAN 



DER VLIET, CAIELDU 
b MAY, LTD. 



Kim 



, quartera Reasonable fent. 
MDTCmr SPECIAL f rice 

PRICES- POR USED rrUDFB \l. M " (\ LARGE WELL-PURNISHEO 
Itai 8TUDEBAKBR DICTATOR (Jr-nr *' rooms 

« SEDAN. ,. ' ?'1.''> A ROOHB. UGHT HorSE- 

_ 1919 ^rt»DKBARSR DICTATbR dl-Jtr RSSBtNO Low rent 

SEDAN •r«.>.M, CR088 A CO 

l2S2S?/j'""JILfiJ tU? * •* T '"O"- ■•«»•«« RauiaJflt Goiammeni St. roaia 

VERTIBLE ritrrOM BBDAN t.et;her 

Air.>aaM Up- «<tll\ ' — 

holatary . J^f).^» 

JAMESON MOTOI'.s IJMriin 



r'<xcLusivE coNPfcnoN- drO'iMii 

.Iv ,rv flo^ti-own iP— UVf d»Qirki|— A t-ROOM ROMR. SITOATBD 

# soNFEi l lO<ERY and trocery. esub- ^V>-*in» o'n the high part of flmlth Nlll 
Itsned ten yetra_ with large imnt- ' Hol-wtier hefini, hardwood floort. The 

$ii(Mr 



$800 



I4«A 

tsso 



740 Broiighton Street 

BUYM 10 SITT ALL TAATES 

1934 BANTAM SINGER 

I9W ENGLISH FORD 

I»tO PACKARD nr LUXE SRDAN 

19M Ol'AHAM t>F I UXE SEDAN . 
-latt Foiti) COUPE 

1910 WKlPPn COACH 

IM.RARH aiDAN V. : . 

AM Many Otdtra 
Therburn * Bytne 

STANDARD GARAGE 
.•at Tataa B ooii. o 4411 



oaner « ,; ai'' eiit irr- e,i-.y teiins A;mo«t [ 
reiml psTment. or lake your older hom'e | 
a> ; >: I'svment ' 
• /•"^i'wk ^A HOME OF DISTINrTTVt ' 
yl>»l\ftl utte built by day labor r.r 
the preaent owner consisting of <irc 
room, ainins ron n .unroom. den. 4 oeri- 
rooma. modi-i: k i. ,ien Also, an i . .« 
feature is ■ ; e r . f m-rien. cninmancl ... 
eacellent view o' the «urro<indini Strtiu 
and water. offered st t!;. i ery ret'on-, 
bie prfce for qpick sal» S'liiiled oh che 
eoo<| location ini-olee , O** ■«» • The owner will | 

le of .tort and flxt'ires W71 No rea- , consider, a S or g-room bunetlow In Fair- i 
, <OI)Sblt offer rrf.i.ed for nuirk sale r:eld a> p.i-' o« "f' Tills properly |g | 



S'l lineW D8ATN m PAM*l>V-POnC:'BA 

»^ <ii e ,.t children * library and <ift t.'iop 
>e'» a'traciive i | iii » ioo<| iQeatlon mi-olce , 



CONVtRS WIU ERS CO, 
(131 n- ■'ii'"-ir. !?Teet 



isio 



'I 



Bt 1411 tTORES — -i^ 

?«OR RENT- NEW StORBS <ImART- OP 



I ' 1' the retail district, tfoaa tA-StR M ga 

Apply E B Raaik, mtSmmmL^V*' 

toria, B.c , 



1100 



tt 



noi'sr.s FOK sale 



CNRYSLAR '-»4" SEDAN ^IMl 

1039 licence • M I , 

i')3» FORD cquPB- including •HI* 
IMt UcencBf^. 

TM VHw 



\'1EW BOYAI MAIF riNlBHED FOUR- 
room l>ui>{«|o« Three. piece bath- 



ess '..hari '' re* ^»'.^:^ oid 
Let Us Help Vo l Wi'h Your Problem of 
a Sale of Your Ol^tT Rata/ or, 
Finding a New One. 



SEAFRONT 

baUghtful tunny -^eme forine the 
mountains and set. Six rooms, all on 
one floor, tastefully decorated, and each 
reaving a charming Otitlaok. Very elfl- 
( e;it ^ol air far niaa. with sawdust 
burner Installed eoatpletaa a atoet de- 
slrabla home 

S5000 

J. 0. BRIINWIN 



«4 BraaaAlan t treat 



BISSI 



Paying Business 
and Property 

A real opportunity far an anaraenr 
'person who can'haMDa lAla payaai i ioti 
Well located, pleaaaat aaTr«anding> 
' xi bulldlna with .»»f» tani l a rt abie 
. I nf~ quarters, gang e^alpaie n t, Bhaws 
excellent r''urn no» bat rouid be fur 
' - ' ' : ' 1 • ; . ■ w 111 handle 
r»ft Ptrii. alar. Fram 

Heistermaa, Formn & Ca 

taa VIBW BTRSBT 



GEOROB RANDALL 
itN Daaslaa Btraat 



01341 



•OO'lA-nVB-R* 
•lP«.a.*FII Larae li»i 



O O M BU140A1.0W. 
ivlng-room with apt n 
f n a p lat e , dinina-reom oak floor, twa bed- 
roaaa«' thraa-piacc bathroom, kitchan. One 
goad bedroom upilalrt Full cement baw- 
tneni with f imaea and laanAgf li 
cated on (ood street In PalrfMd. 
our- tiod buy« 



oom ha«en-r' ' •I'h t iri see Built on 
' I cnnimand nc «iie of over one-half acre ] '■>'' 

' 1 Capab.e of itrr trtUUc development. Price i w m uasTU 



■TJut « 



. J400 _ 

Otvea you poeta s alan ta a real rood 
levetr-roomed boose, extra weU ti i: .t 
Larte rooms, two firrplarvg. VnilT-in 
features, cement .^asamant. pipe lur- 
na^.,Ta«aa ttft fliRW ana raaalB an 
■ertaaaa ^t tS. Baar taa and tau 



Ha Ws MMop A OOo 

PBMIe 

«Wbi 



tale Plnaace, 
i;tO BBOAS IT. 



ROtril THtB POR A CfeSAP 
HOOMINO RR OBB t 

N...e -oeirr • xerycloaein rerre- ' '• - 
dation on one af llM best r»<:-te- • > 
itreeta iarie lot easy terms SIOOO 
OR TRT« 

Nlne room house overlooking the tea. 
ho'-waler heatine two bathrooirt. e'^ . 
gas tr.d all ron>enlencei .a-t* lot 
eajy terms S.17S0 

THE CITY BROKERAGE 



PEMBERTON'S 



Sevan -roeai houte. in neod " of some 
substantial radecoratma P^i boasosant. 
canereta foundation. Terau might be 

$600 

SEA AND RIVER FRONT 
ESTATE 

Probably the most desirable estate left 
on Vancouver Island. eomprUina over 
400 acret. Abatft tai acret are culti- 
vated, the balance balnt mostly park- 
like grasUig land, with about three 
mllet of tea and rtvar froctatv Reti- 
dence of stucco construction. Barns, 
outbulldiuas. etc. The property can be 
told In twa halyga. If necessary tivuit 
both rlvaf>sa4 Saa frontage to each 

$45,000 

l'le,.«r inll a' ttii» olU.ie lor further 

;,( .:,»1. ■ 

STORE AND TEAROOM 

Located In one of the very best tuburban 

disirictt. Contents of well - equipped 
ftore, with fixluret and equipment 
Counters, tablaa. etc. LiMim quarters 
9f ' f 0llS>«aDBii and, bathroom For full 
parttcuIarsStatje call i 
Ihls office !'■ ;^e 




$2500 

IUH6AL0W. JAMES BAY 

-Baran roanr and aarnge. cloaa to Oov- 

ernment. Optional, one or two tots, 
foundation, basrii.ent, hot-air furnace, 
fireplace, new roof, bathroom, pantry, 
laundry tubs. Out-Of-tOWn CI RAA 
owner aayt tell. . . I wliW 

OVERLOOKING GOlF 

COURSE 

, .eM.»jj, ^ulU sturea hiinealiiw X^taa 

bedrooma. lovely llvlna-room. iireplaea. 
polished floors. Pull basement, fumaaa. 
Two large lots.— all in lawn, many 
artistic flower beds. Uikc unidfish 
pond, rote trellit. curved walks, fenced. 
Thit property It worth lAtOO. Over- 
looks tplendld f olt court*. Owner mutt 
sell and offers tt tt i ' re 



tlBM at 



$2750 



Peoiberton & Son 



Limitefl 

rust n 1 



. •••••••••••aaa^«. 



Pr Sl>oon ... 
Sun Uberty .. 
Mabac . . 

Pompoist Oei.ie 

(■ Mll'iVlM 

MltlH Kt<» — Mile and one-aisiecnih 

iC ' (>a la ( lay 

Amur Btu;u . . rrr\ 

wiM ~TnaBaP -■.e«.««*'«vTr7fiiTTi*».. 
Count Pan 

Jolito 

lion IDli 

Linipio T. . . .-.rr-. :•. .-. 

Dtp ...... 

Barn^lev 
<i • I'rii' rvar 



ANNUAL TOURNEY 

V«>t«>rftnit of the famous Vlmy 
bAiUe (luring the OrBAt Wat Will 

iSVlRt aaSRMrtas of thai iteft more 
than twAnty years ACOr-^n ApAl Si- 
at the MacaUlsy Point Oolf Club, 
when they nather at the clul3hou.->«? 
for ttelJC AimuAl goU tour n Anient 

to umam eat wlU be elshteen ! 
holes medal play, on full handintp 
lor posseiilon of the Jolm Day Cup. ' 
won last year by BUI Watson, who 
it ROW naUUBff in^ Vanoouvar. -Wat. 
.son is not expected to defend the 
.silverware 

A. All* li^ q/L jvizes tias been 
donitsr akmc with IM |»rpefUsi 

trophy and therefoi^e a large-field Is 
expe(i*-d lo fui'f Uie starter during 
the Easier week t iid Tlie entry list 
will close on Pnday, AprlTTTwlLh 
Preddy Burns, club professloiul At 
the E.squiinalt c luU- A commit tee 
.selected from Uie various veterans' 
organizations In thfClty Is handllnf |-tomoiTow foliow 
the n^et'f, which, by the way. Is open 
to All ex->fi<^rvlceineu in British 
Columbia. 



lot 

113 
lis 
IIS 
11* 



.... 



1 17 
114 

m 
Its 

117 

1 I I 
1 tt 
II. 

tu 



sttfc.NTH RACE— Mile snd one-tiiteentli 
Cannibal loa 

■^"ffl" . lit 

S.: Kidtway n» 

Bon Horn mage i|| 

Eliofli Uurland Ill 

EKiHTN RACR«-Mile and atta-slxlswath < 



KeU'una I d 
Kayembee . . 
Suddenly.^ 
DtgnlOed . . . 
Ala Son . . . . 
Uj\ers Chat 
Eduar Boy . 
Re l lea 



••anaaaoa 



idle l.ad 

SXr Brush 

Fira t post. 3 11 p a 
— Wbathae pbsap- |m 



a,..,..,,..,,. 
............ 



Its 

lOS ' 

ia» 
lua 
TTT 
ns 
111 
m 
lu 

m. 



3aaZ 



"BOWIE PARK RACING 



TANFORAN RACING 



BOWIE. Msrch 39.~lDtries for 



a a • e ■ 



P. R. In VI i $Mt« LM. 



COUNTRY ESTATE 

^'|(teen mllet from Vlctori.. More than 
J(M acret. six under cultivation, balance 
rowl^ pasture and.saod timber. Excel- 
lent sheep country. Modern home of 
nine rooms, four bedrooms Outbulld- 
inis The l.u>,se overlooks a small lake 
on the t'loiierty Photographs, avail- 
able .1' office. CA9AA 
A bartain at ... *^fcUW 

LINDEN AVENUE 



A splendid city home of euht rooms, 
lour bedrooms, Itlll basement, garage, 
oil-o-Matie hot watar haatiag plant. 
Gardener'a auartara la baaement. All 
In paiCacI condition. 
Prlca ..^ 



$4500 



NEAR SEA 



A pretty flv<-room eattata. three bed- 
rooms, rellat and fvmace. In escellrnt 
repair A beauUfal Sarden ^'ltl, re:i eni 

wrilk.s and nUBMrMg ss- >1 fr^iit 

•reej. Price 
lermsi .■■ 



$2100 



NORTH QUADRA 
DISTRICT 



Attractive, new. four-rorm. viiicco bun- 
ralnw three-piece bath-""" ' ,e -it.k 
open fireplace, ceir.er' 
are Tales approx tio 

'■nee 



$2200 



Ps Rg Brown ft Sons, Ltds 

1 1 It RfwaA SteaM Phana 0 1111 



$350 



I reet. 



OM.V Choice double corner 

lot Mio I 1 211 1 :ean He;»nt» 

ell St r :' ■ ,A on r , , : 

^Afiaa Inei I Hlf ai n lovely home- 

90IIU site. Hiab lecattan. Ratiiral 
Ten Mlla. Point diguiet. 

Ball or exchange iM-fnoi 
corner lot. Rockland Ave- 
wi'h seven-room houte. tas fur- 
< nditicnied 

f'lo'.e III se%rn-ti>om aemi- 

^l> ji.uni.i in perfect lon- 

diilon. Cement basem'nt. furnace, gar- 
ute oma mental traaa. nlea laanu-sar- 
den. A taatl bay al this prlca 

W.JaQilllbindACo. 

taai BBOAD RTRE8T G till 




TODAYS 
GREATEST VALUE 

sv EXtEPTIONAI. HOME 
Of ter. Plei.lnf Appearance 

FAIRFIELD 

^lotc to Waterfront - Boulavarded Street 
nEVBN ROOM'' '.ADAOB, Vrc. 



n> $2550 Only 

E«' 1 I ■ ' e S nrpl . 

Smith Realty 

III PLMRCRTON BLOCi. PHONE E 7.'RI 



$2450 



PIVC-ROOM STI'CCO BI Nr.AI.OW 

Well - built basaalai trlth^baaanien' 
f'lrnsce and laTaaei cloaa ta aaafront 

o.k Bdr' 



S2750 



ATTKti riM ^rvEN-ROOM 

HI Nt.ALOH 

In A 1 ror.d.'ion thro.rioijt 
''.stance ba^epjent. f'irnsce 

ta.es rnnrT" 
r' !.slder part exchange 



MEHAREY A CO. 



w aimng 
tarave 



«74 Part at 




8 Ilt7 



Walkin{OisUiee 



JAMEI BA \ 

R.lfMI M'sea your f r-i ,.,T-r>t.t oi, 
f-is six-room buntala*- <ipen fireplace 
llvine-roorji 'XilH?, bedroom" Ne« 
piumblne wi'h thower To 
Cement bcsemenl Oara: 
1 A»et I4J Pr ce 

Monthly TertH 
>.rr T B MovR 

X R Mhttome A Co., Ltd. 

IIS rywRFirnv Bi.ofi 



$1250 



TANFORAN Mmch M.—RSBUltS 
liere today follow 
PIRKT Bit s— aia tvrloiits 

The Uarb iVttrneri . .. 110 80 J'' 41 MOO 
The H.jwe: ■ Iteyiiolds i . . . » 00 100 

Much TfOuMe iDyri 4 HO 

Time. 1:11. Also raa: Bartomar, Veiini 
OrS. Wild Run. Batter Jane. Bam Bl»ck 
Sky Shoot. Clsrk W , MIds R . Our Qoaler | 

Slsl'na^IsI l.chint > .7. . .tal.^ 110 60 19 00 

8un Portland <Krapp> 1110^1140 

Just War iMrrolii' 30 W 

Time. I 12I-^. Alfo rah Buriton JIanor. 



ataat. Cua Ball. Port Bprlns. \a 
tMly k. 



adci. 



40 I 7 

13 60 



4 Jfi 



SECOMD RACB— SIX furlongs 

Early Timet 

Apprehend .r...,, 

Black Grouse .,.»»^ 

James Pal 

Brooke llirod ,7...., 

RoMim tlyc 

Wayout 

VPnodkaet . 

«Ai Idlf BM 

In Memory 

Jadaan 

Armtgnae 

Chief Cherokee 

A Maaaak 

l'< . n . aed -T - -r .-r. -.-r .-r: .-r.T.'.Trr. 

l.lnat Sou ... 

Hi iiu Fast , . - 

1'i.rk Friend 

THIRD RACK— Six lurionas: 

LAdy Uatn : , 

»i»«py Raward .-rr.-'. 

Nanaemand 

Iii/^y name '. 

H<s 



in 

111 

m 

itr 

m 

110 

106^ 

lU 

in 
m 

113 

117 

m 
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ita 
Its 

.im 

-in 

too 
I II 
lua- 
it» 
-ISL 



THIRD RACB-^a 

Waralil iDye' * ., 

Kayel iChojnackP 

Crystal Lou iBltler> 

Time. I 13 l-!i Alto ran 
Car, LAst .Hand. Naparton, Bastar Ete, 
Neso Ele 

FOI RTH RACE— Mile and one-Msteenm 
EthrhP'tii 'I.eishmanl 

Bon Fly I Dye I . 

Pbrietaa (Choilnacki ... ... . 3.00 

Time. 1:413-1. Also ran- Melody Boots, 
Rowdolno. MUs Boian. May Muile 

PIPTR •RACE— Mile and one-ilxteenth 
Silver Kiev <nennls> ,t» 00 13 00 I3VI 
Ilownhill iCorhetf 4 St 3<e--S5iii 



Mamas Boy 

Dark Hun . . 

l.ivie Drift ....v.. 

I'l 

I eildy Pntic . . . 

' Lady In.liitte 

rt Red cornwallu 

FOCRTR RACB->Plva and 

longt: 

.U.ao,3 to,..4n 

. ... 3.10 3.(K) I,-,,, 'r^AAu 



4 40 

Jack 0' Hpadea. 
Daablah. Royal 



Holster (Robertson! .... .. 3 tO 

lime, l:4dl-l. Alaa ran: Rakergtown. 
Kinga Miy, ReU o( Iran. pitUr Pat. Ruth 

Jellnek 

SIXTH RACE— Mlla and one sixteenth 

Manrico <Bailev> 144.00 117.00 11 10 

Tenace (Millman' "nO.tt « 00 

UndulaU iScheih> - 5 00 

Ttma. 1:41. Also ran: Rartadl. Mary 
Allen. Calavaras. I^Mlem. 

REVE^TH BACr— Six furlont- 
Paper Bun ' Bailey > tju ito til in |8 40 
Infinite Lady 'Nevesi 1100 7 10 

Ste Louise iKnapp) 

Time, 1 12. Alto ran 
Sweep Royal, Carltre, 
Pekst. 

FUiHTH RACB— Mlla l(nd on»-<l«<eenth 

Texas Fiaa <Bianian) ..'..tl.oo ii tn 1.1 nil 

Temper iDyei 4 10 3 40 

Pass Shot tLelghman y — ... i 40 

Tlnia, litSI-l. Alaa ran: RatUina 
Knivht. Bon of Day. Rvatlc Uias, Sage 
i.eif. La 'BtraUk Rad l*awAar. Rallyhoo, 
Jaconut. 

OYBBNIOm BNTBIBS 

FiR«T ra5;b«RU ftirlanas: 

Brisht Eaale ,. 

' H Predilection 

t:rtii'i\aior 

In The Shade , 

Anahaaa 

'On PIra ^ 

Arisona KM 

'B> Jalaa 

Otitsnt Prlar 

hecomO RACB— BIx farlonsa: 

Merced 

Krani 

■Stroud . 

Htlsita 

Oreen Jade 

Palsv nien ., 

Nap- r' on 

Tea Merchant 

Bbatia Rnck , 

Haiti Ble , 

THIRD RACB— Mlla an^ aoa-alsbUi: 

Btialol 

CItMIng Time 

Wrsckfleld ,.j 

Resdy TCddy 

Do It 

Mottled ,. 

POTRTir RACB^RnrTUrUMSt: 

Elinor D p 

Du'M Heels , 

Cxiath ,. 

Orassintton 

Bo ' 1 

He'aae , ' 

Immunity , , 

Truley Plo 

' niare of (llory , 

Ai l . r|. psrk 

II .' V -.d 

H > 7 »■ 

III Til RACE— Bix furlonss: 

Jiintnie Sweet 

Peti-r r. ... 
Red Chalk .. 

Bunrh Boy 
Fl Portal 

' iv.ial Olrnn 
s'.owahal . 



Garden 
Homes 

I BAT- Piva- roomed modem stucco 

hunStlow. with hardWoftd floors, full 
rament batement. ttc. Two fine aaraen 
ots with fruit and nut trees omsn-en 
ta| trees end shrubs CitAAfl 
Ffnest of soli. Price 9<IUUU 

PAIRPTELD~Six-ronmed buntajow on 
a large, secluded 4ot of nearly Va an 
a re. vUA aN mannar af fralt trees 
and tmall fruits. WMa lawBS with thadr 

lr<--- ro.e.; ' Ii;aea and Other flowerlnr 
• ! ■ Very conveaMBI far 4 tree- '..r- 
r< ' AsonaMa taxes. 
I'noa 



110 
lU 

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. .. IH 
lU 

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half fup- 

. IIS 

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. 1 10 



lie 

no 

110 

lot 

11.1 
loa 
no 

IM 

in 

IQj 

too 

\r. 

103 

lai 

104 

lot 
itt 
Its 

1*4 
ISI 

lot 
lot 

III 
loe 
114 

lt4 

107 

no 

104 

107 
113 

lot 

161 
Itt 
lat 

104 
100 



Royal Teddy 

Ransac , 

Romsunt 

Mvstery MIta 

Kobesplerre 

Act Call 

ullet B , , 

Chalmac 

PlPTH RACB— Bia furlanss: 

Old R»^ebuth 

Bunnv Baby , 

Beniam 

Acthelwald 

Honey Cloud 

W:'e Prln e . ,~; 

JlfMiy t 'I ;n;e , -, , 

Au Flame 

Ihidserv 

Lady Maryland 
Pailiacci 

SIXTH RACB — M,le and :erenly yarJ- 

L Enval . . . , 

Boarlne HflBh 

Topea ; 

Hroi :a . 

Beacon Koct , 

Orand Uageant 



110 

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111 

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SCVBRTR- RACE— Mite and one-sixteentw 

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PUnclpaaaa 

I-nst Aeah n . . . , . '. 

Franio S»>'in 

Happy lload 

Rawea Cramp 

War Rumor 

Mtnlaena 

6dde^a Lad 

I.*dv Roma ., 

Count Me 

Lo Herman' 

Prlnee Dean ., 

Rrandon Prlnca 

I'lr worth 

Mondoit .... 

First post II 41 a m 

Weather clear track fa t 

Ffed Smith Mo. 

AtlCTtOWCERfl AND VALI'ATIMM 
Bi:;AMIkRARn aTRRKT 

AUCTION SALE TODAY 
at 2 P.M, 

Very Fine Selection Well Kept 
FURNITURE and EFFECTS 

Flecirlr Waihtr,» .\»,>, • htrr i»r> l ice 

Chealerfield .Sue, Redroom Sals. Car- 
i.ei:, p. lie iiri. ur d Curtains. Chime 
Clock. Walnut laUea. Dinliui-Room Fur- 
nttura; Oallaatian af Btaatpa. lot Oaort. ale. 




AUCTION SALE 
FRIDAY at 1 30 V M 
laaa oi amk ras^ xtrket 
Ooads en eiep laday frota i p.*. aai 

Frfday morning 

B al a R ara Man^ay and Tbaratea sl t Ml. 



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FRVn 
\uf lionrera 



Moni * 00. 



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K«r Si Stfphensofi 
' -iliiilt«d 



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Maynard & Sons 



AI < TIONKKHS 



AUCTION SALE 



At 



lllefM 
BBR MrBSt 




Waterfront, Saanich Inlet, 

$1 '■""'"T cottage. Ideally 

I fcWW located. Pine beach, safe 

ariciioraie 

J 4 7KA ' • ' bungalow 

9 1 1 wV Hedaat and trees rive 

. : s'v arrf»r«d» Banrii b*a'-t fore 

• ■ e ' . ' * ■ t * f propert J 

C99AA rooms I,«rge yer t 

^CtfeVII. asida. aearlaafelna fnlei T 
Thre*' piece hettirHom— ra y f*' " A u 1 1 1 n i er 

NEWSTEAD REALH 

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OAK BAY LOTS 

r>>irterm A*en«e 
Oliver Street' 

Falklatkd Road 

LuUa Btraet 

i>eai atnat 

■■4es | iii T Atanna 

Margate Aren-je '11 » 134 

MAM, BATE ft COa, Ltd. 

IB BIU4 




FKIDAY, l ::iO 

Anotber fArft AsssriHipnt sf Yery 

Select Furniture 
Pianos, Etc. 

A.i -^fll a.s Two ^plendld Ch'«i^- 
Uf-ni Kiii'^n, very Eood ( li^st< .• ripJd 
BffI, vf-rv griO'i Corona Poriabls 
Typ«»wrlt*T. W'Ttrlr Varuum e^^'■»•p- 
FTir. nevet-al nice Upholstered Chairs, 
Droph^-ad K^wlfif M*chln«j^frt«_ 
floor An4 Briiiip'LaiRiiB, La^ a 'fSSt 
Scereialre.. HBll-Ttop PisR, JisboB- 
any Jsrellnleiv Btand, Benttaood Mall 
Tree aeveraJ good CarpeUt windaor 
Chair- al:iic)«' n/>w Waliiu' liinlnf- 
Room .Siiii*-, ar^l oUier Kocy) f>«k 
Dining Tah,« 'I < ■. urs HufTets. 
BranA P>ni1» f ' h'lu .utin. ani! ;i-l>iV 
.Spark CiuBTfU < 'r, H'-i F' -.i-r^ 
'^(Xxi Sanliar', an''. t f owJiOA, 

splendid HUMi.'irir fuirl 'tthrr IMfs 
with Bprlnc -Filled MsUreaars, very 
Eood Drsssera and Ghcst of Drswers, 
rvdroom Tablss,' Chaira and Rock^ 
'■rs TViUttwara. DrlMitaf TtOiw, 
Wail* Mlmra, UnoUum. Utelifn 
CatrtTM^. TBbl^ and ChtOrs, iaw* 
d'i'« Birr, I:, K Rjinf r and other 
Hungt' f'ailor Stoves and Heaf^ra, 
i»'p« a«v)rtment of Kltrl-xriwars 
r»i»ix' frlawrmrre and fTTnaments; 
(i:!!'',*;! iir^,.' almost new Honr, 
Lawn Mower*. .lUnce OU Burner, 
Ooora. Cl BBi BMi AlWB. WU. 

Alaa MArniiir Rate al H M 
of VHretAh;*^ mit Pmiltr.- rte. 



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I IE DAILY colonist: VIC T eKTA. 



Values 



the Bargain 



Higlmay.^rodayj^Friday and Saturday 

Values in Special Purchases From Qur Eastern Ruyers 
. and Bargains From Ou^ Regular Stocks 



- 100 New Petal- 
Crepe 

:J>RESSES 

^ Regular, Bach; JI2.99. ^ ^ 

DAYTIME PRINT DRESSES \(rv 
smart in apix-arain < him -ii<)v\ii in a »« h i 
tidii nf styles, |><i|iii1ar tritns and hc\N»-t 
pattcriiv. I. oil I ir short sleeves. ■ Sires 1-4 
to 20 an<l 34 to 44. ' . 



2, 5 On ly. Formal and - 
Dinner — — 

DRESSES 

$5.00 



Values to $10.95 
For 



Dresses of taffetas, velvet*, faces aivl 
rref)rv. Sli'.ti or jonj; vl(.,.\(.s Some with 
separate jaiktls. ran^e of shades, also 



House Dresses 

tach - - • . 

Attractiveprints, in several -t\le- aixl » i 
effects, nrij^ht and smart t<ir Kprin;;. A 
I'Dirrntt* rhoirr Sires 1 I'ti > .*M .-mtI ■^Xtii 4> 



50 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' 

AKl ERNOON DRESSES 

98c 



Marked for CtMrtflC*. 

Each 



' 'ii<l hiic> and broken sizes. Some sliylitlv sii<jp soiled. Silk 
. n-pfs, wool errpes and novelty fahrics. ifere's a bar pain tliat 

^\ ill !>; ihl; ;i i ii A). ■<< .■ct >\<<\\ n \ M 



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WOMF^N'S PURE WOOE 

PI LI OVER 
SWEA'i ERS 

98c 



Rt^ular Values to $1.98. 

Now 



A MANUFACTURERS CLEAR- 
ANCE OFFERING— Alt New SprinR 

I 'nil' 'Vers, sliown in colors that werr 
t liii-en ironi Nature's «iwn color chart, 
lioat-neck styles in rih and many 

ot!)«T faiu v knit effect-^. Short sleeves 

. . . and .1 L;( iH'ripU s inti'^r I'f sj/cs. 

36 ONLY, WOMEN S BOTANY WOOL 
PULLOVERS 
Another Great Vflua at. 

Each 

.'>portv Little I'nilovers in l»ri;.;ht. plain colors or. color c(»nil>inations. 
Neat stales with -hort sleeves and c«)llars. A ran;,;e of si/c-i. 

100 ONLY. WOMEN'S KNIT EFFECT COTTON i 
CREPE PULLOVERS 
Valuei to $1.59. 7Qn 

Spfjcial I WC 

Another \Ilt\ special pnri hase allow? us to olicr this l(ar;;aMi ! I'nIloM rs 
stiitahlc t<l wear with skirt or suit. Hoat-shape necklines, short slccxes 
and ncat-litting waistbands. Many bfipht shades. Sizes 14 to 20. 



SPRING MILLINLRV 

FOX MI9SBS OR WOMEN 

■ r-'''*" : :.l 49c ' 

III "iilcr to keep '<\\y Sprinj.j sti'ik of inillinrrv trcsji, we arc i Irar- 
m;.; many of onr lut^ that throuj^h haiulliu}:; are slij^li(l\ affected, 
but >«carcely noticeable . . . and at the low selling price arc yreat 



WOMEN'S AND MISSES' 

SPORT JACKETS 

FOR SPRING ^5 ■ 

, A Maj or Value at .. I y 

One of the i)"i;M;!.r i.islii<pns ',.r the vra«!on 
The jackefs are i if alT-\V(»oI^ iTiaTct ial, ' tTiecks 
ai,»d plaid a«, "pleated back, one button ari«l 



QiUy-50 of These at This Low Pnc«-. . . Su« 

j :.- Exceptional Values! 

Shict Waist Blouses 

Sires 3J to 38 ... 89C 

lilouse.sOf washable cotton. Several shades and uhitc. witli l.itftini 
fronts, tine pocket and collar. Sires J.' to A value too good to miss. 

-fiLOtSES 

^ _ Regular to $1 59 for 89c 

niotises of satin talici.i .md iio\cIty fabric. Tailored and tlrcs>y stj ie«s 
Plain c^nlors, tJtjULplaids and' novelty effects; also plain white. Sites 14 
to 20. _ ^ 



WOMEN'S FLANNELETTEJ30WNS 

FIFTY ONLY. E»ch 4 8c 

Well made. roon»y |{owns of good pra'le material, is'xth contrasting trim. 
Round or V neck and short sitrve^. 



Pure Wool- 



Bathing Suits 

Travelers' Samples 
Ar 33^j to 50^;< OFF Regular 

>)/<-^ U<\- wnnieii, misses and 
children. All tlic latot styles 
and _s:olurm;^i _ rcprc>.cute<l 
\nd specially marked for this 



A Special Group of 

WOMKN'S 
HOSIERY 

On Sale, a Pair . 39c 

In this .selection are sul' 
standai;ds of excellent qualit} 
Crepe I lose. Chiffon, semi- 
service weight, etc. ^ All 
wanted shades in' the assort 
ut. Sizes "RT^ tchjOj^*. 



40 Men's Spring 



girls: GYM HOSE 

33c 



Values to 79c a Pair for 

Full-fashioned hose of-art silk .md wool. B4ack or grey. A rang<eof siws. 

Girls' Pure Wool Pullovers 



Values to $16,95. 

Seldom, if ever, lias -neb a bar;4aiii as this been 
offrrefl yoti. There are yinqlc and doidde- 
' •'•■i^trd. I.I, .11 . : bali Jxdt at back.JI«EN'S and 
YOUNG MEN S st>U-, Kas/I an or set in sleeves, 
halfdincd uiiii Art silk. Fawn, brown or ;.,'rcy. 
I'Uin or check patterns._^i2e» 34 t ■ t J 



-Special. Each _ 

Neat l'iill.i\ ers, in l.riijlit Spring; shades, wlrli ^il(Jrt sleeves and collar^ 
S ui t aliU- Um yu l^ K u*. 44 y^-nr-. .-\ real 



100 MEN'S WOOL TWBBD AND WORtCSD ^ 

Suits : » 1 3?i 

V^OUCL to. $19.95. For ..... ■Hi 



Sale of Remnants 

FLANNELETTES— In plain shades a nd p atterns. 
Curtain and Drapery Materials. 

Woolen Siiitin-s, Flannels,- Silks. Satins. Velvets. Floral Prints 
and other cotton materials. B'eached and Unbleached Sheetings. 



' H . 1 ' 



WOOL TWEEDS in smart models for 

\on"jj men. 

Taney b.icks and standard . . . natur.d st\!es for con- 
s(r\afi\e dressers. W ell-tailored suits with notch or 
peak lapels. A wide choice of shades aild patterns. 

.^4 to 46. 



Women's 
Shoes 

$1.95 



CLEARANCE OF MEN'S 



WINDBREAKERS 

Regular Values to $3.95. Special, Each.. ,. 

'1 hc-c W iiicllircikcrs arr ..f ImuvIhnI woo]. " M,,narch" knit, an<l of ex. client .|ii.ilit\. 
They arc lastened with tiill./ippcr and have side buckles. « FaWli, blue and nuroon 
shades. Sizes 36 to' 44. 



I OR SPRING. 
A Pair 



N<at styles in -iii.ut vn,.(|rs and smooth 
L athers. I'l Ml'.s, CuKES. TILS and- 
--I K.M'S. .Shades of rust, blue or black- 
Military and Cuban heels.' 

WOMEN'S FASHION SHQES — The 
reason's smart patterns and colors, now on 

dt-iday. |ai>.)i)i< a. bnr'nt earth, blue, patent 
and black. .Military, Cuban and i >rt 



Men's Pure Wool Sweaters ^^ l!'!"^^^^^^^ 

A special jturchase <.f travelers' samples and ;i nninl.cr troiii our own stock included in 
the ^roup. Several styles, plain, fancy and brushed wool, and popular shades. Also 
black. Sizes .M to 4J. — - , ; 

25 ONLY. PULLOVERS— All wool. Barrel. style with "Crew" neck, and pattrrnrd 
with coiitra.stiii;,' stripes. Small, medium and largc. , . - CQ#» 

kei;nlar, each, SI. Clearance [)rice.. . _ D9C 

_ ^. ■ . — Bsnain Hiahwair 



MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S STRAP SLIPPERS — Patent 1 • - r 
uppers with exfension .soles and rublx r 1k< I>. .Si^s .T to /' j.. . ^1.23 
Sizes 8 to 10!^-; f 1.45 .Sizes 1 t-tir^... ^1.65 and- f 1.95 

MEN'S^XVORD SHOES. A PAIR, $3.9S~ 

^1 •'" 'h-pendablc. '"Oooih c ar" welted sh*)es. bro>,'ues. stout 

lUuchers. narr«iu tor-;, plain toe- .uid Krpeater" type-*. Illack or brown 

MEN S AND BOYS SH0EST>2.»5 

C.ut.d wearin- shoes aii.l neat .s444*^. Idack .smooth .leather, with oak 
t4nned b-ather s«rles ( ' 



\ 



Featherj-Filled 

BKI) 
PILLOWS 

65c 



Extra Special. 

Each 



rdT'Ws. well filled with 
puriiie«l feathOr>. Covercl 
witirplain tickin^^s. (iener. 
Otis size. ' 



Novelty Bunjgalow 

Curtains 

19c 



Special. « Set^ 



SxrTTn Curtains. J-" > yard 

— U.*ntx, rtn<t""'c«»iM(df wrtfi 

V a I a II c e .md the bacl\^. 
Very special vahie. 



of 



A ¥I|:«L CLEARANCE OP 2,S00 PAIRS OF 

■ MEN'S 

QUALITY SOCKS 

ON SALE COMMBNCINO TODAY- 

These Socks Arc Offered Away Below the 7^ 

Regular Selling Price « 

DRESS SOCKS .i 

kKc);idar, a |>air. ."^(X-. \ow b |>.iii > OOC 

These are'knit from ifinest wool; KeidiorceO with b.sle 
at heels and toes. .\j j;k at range of. patterns and colors. 

DRESS SOCKS of silk and woof. Regular, a pair, 3: c. ^ 

'^"^^ " ^ tpair*.-4&C 

S<S(1<> in Sniart Patterns and .Attr.utivr ( '.T i s S I / r ' I'll,, II'', 

FANCY COTTON SOCKS - Knit fro,m MEN'S COTTON SOCKS~(.i. , I. 
si ronp cotton. Good weijjht for Sprirtg with contrastmR m 

pairs 



1"^ 1 1 ' 1 I and Snininrr. (irev \^ltll neat pattern-. ' . 

Blankets and | T:li"l...^......Zp.>r.2^ . 

Rugs 



pairs 

— Il4riltll Hllh«>) 



25 Only. PURE WOOL BLANKETS. 

Special, 

Each 



250 Men's Broadcloth SiiirU. 



Special, 



$2.79 



idaiikcls of ft«re wodls, fifuly woven 
and whipped at ««ds. Shades of rose 
and blue; 64 x 80 inches. 

COLORFUL i-NDIAN BLANKETS 

^1n Indi.in drsij^rps and bii;^'! ! ' i 1. - 
Tor car seats or couch ^4 
tlirows. Sire 60x80. F.acb Wfi^i 

RAG RUGS — Of very scrMceable 
inahty. in mu lti<oloi*#d! (eff ect" Si/e^ 
-M X 4H TTTchW-^ — ' OO** 
':h .1.— OqQ 



-Iniis .|.»ciall\ ;iiiMT.. . .I ii..m umIcI Canadian 'manu'^acturcr. Well-tailored 
nrts uith attached collar that ha.s. starched neatness and soft colFar comfort.~Sii«» 

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,ict 



ft* "-J 



Ml.N'S 
-JiEACLS 
L,. 25c 

1 'rcss Lraces of narrow 
w f I) »dastic I f .'^troiif.j 
1'. .]]. . r • . W ..rk liracr^-. 
with hatliCr en<ls. 

Assorted patterns. 



100 MEN'S BETTER GR^DE' 

Felt Hats 

$1JS 



Values to $3J5. 

For 



Con«.i'J<Ttftg the quality, the hats 
are ni"st extraordinary values 
r^ptrlar .SpFi^if; shades and smatT 



Wojiien's Fine-Grade 
Novelty -Scarves 



Kegular Vvliiet to . 6^ .- 



Scarves of art and novelty /aiUc, also several styles in knitted 

effects of . wltol an«l cott' n Newest, brijjhtest. cf>W>r*: One of 
'these will add\'reatly to the appearance of your nrw Spriutr r.tfif 



MEN'S BROADCLOTH PYJA\L\S 

_ 89c ^ 

Several styles. Plain or patterned. A 



.4PCCIAL, 

a Suit^ 

W clI .M ade I '\ jawaa of good g ^adc n ia 
ran;;e of sj/es 



If rial 



DAVID SPENCEI? 



LIMITBDj 

u immtimm 



PARK - 
FRLL 

" TN * OUR NEW^ VIEW 
%rKt%r PARKING- 
SPACE . . . ABOVE 
ROYAL DAIRY 



Men's Better-Grade Ties 



Regular 50c. 
V9r 



39Co,3>«$1.0Q 

r:e«i in attractive colorings ai&l-amati patterns. Good 

;,'rade silk. ' • 

MEN'S FANCY TIl»-^<ldmcnfs. ^ q 

Special, each ..... ..;.„„ .w...5fC 

.\n assortment of p.ittrrr'^ in this bargain group of tilk 
ties. Very slightly sijop ioded. 



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