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COLONIST TEUtreONEl 

Advenistof .....111337-^.. jmplr, 41M 
BuMne^ Omc ^ SSS^ in 

social Edliof — 



(IRAMJSHBO ISU) 



). 76— EIGHT Y-FIRST YEAR 




;OMPROMISE APPEARS 
PROBABLE TO FOLLOW 
LOVAKIANJROUBLES 

j Law lippefied and Premier of Aulonomous 

Ulegion Remirved as Measures to Supprty^H Se- 
Y<MBlon Movt iiicnl — Grrniaiiy Refraiiih Fr6m 
~ TnferVenlion in *^nlirely JDomeslic Concern'' 



PRAGUE, -March 11 (/P).— A compromtse between the 
Vzccho-Slovak Central Government and autonomous blo- 
vakta appeared in the making early today after the Central 
Government had imposed martial law and removed the 'Premier 
of the autonopous region. Joseph Tiso, to suppress a secession 

moverrirnj- 

Karl ^ 1 d 0 r. Vice - Picmler ol 
Ctecho-d'<)vakla and Slovak repre- 
hcntattve 1" Cenlral Oovern- 

ment, ttf^^*^ alignment with y p- 
aratlst agitation and said u bl >%aK 
Cabinet, based on the e*lallng F&tl- 
,eral con.'^'''"^'o"' *ould ^ formed 
by Batufday night. 

YOBN BY piSSCNKION 

Dteflen^ ***d t<>Fn the parent . , r» i- * 

and provincial govemmenUs since | PrOpOSalS TOP Re.CeptlOn Ol 

filovakla autonomy aa a result' — ■ • » 
r^gf th e y tuntch p a r^tttiMi latt Sep- 



TOUR PLANS 
ARE PASSED 



TO tSMlSH DRASIIC CONTROL 
OVER PROFITS ON WAR SUPPLIES 



h rant p to Elect 
ISetv I* residpnt 
In Coniinfi Month 



»ARIS, March 10 



<cr- 

Hava.st — A buccciior to 
President Albert Lfbrun viU 
bo elect<>d April 5. according 
to an official annbvnKenicnt 
today. Tlie presidential term 
Is seven years. 



i (;o>crninrMl Krrrixr. Support of ( o^^^r.at.^.> n 
; IMan to K. rp \U Uiru> to 7y IVr < r.il oil ( ap.lal 
i _()l,po^ili<ul to Br V.krd to \U\ in Srlrrlion 
{' 4,1* Ih feiur l»iinhaMiij: B«»anl 

\ iSalionalizalion of Imliistrv 
Fai'oretl biil'i'Sol l*ra( livable 



ASKS ABOUT 
SURVEY PLAN 



o 



tcmber Crecho-Slovakia be 

came a federation of scmi-inde- 
jju^nt states. 

Hrhe Central Ciovrriuncnt hud 
•truggtefl ^ reconcile the conriict- 
Ing forf-cs- *>"t dlfccord flared last 
n.eht 111 anti-Czech demon.stiation.s 
at Bral^lava. the Slovak capital. 
foUowlni repo'-t" in.i.iH ..i 

cnce movement. One report .said 
Slovak ^xlreml&ts had nought Ger- 
man »> if port 

-YXso Wish pric&t and leader of 
the SM«k people* parly, and the 
two di.Mi« J^lovak Cabinet mem- 

"amk'rTJd Labor Minister Ferdi- 
nand Dl)-chan.ky. were urider poUce 
aupervlsPon. although 
' arrested) 



Their Majesties at Van- 
couvec-Announced 



VANCOUVER. March 10 ICP) - 

ORicial rccpptic.ii plans loi tin \i it 
4)f ihc King jjnd Queen to Vancou- 
ver in May. im Uidini? a complete 
t.)ur of the cUy'and a \lMt.to the 
' North Snore, were announced today 
'..lloAiiiu receipt of official approval 
iroin Ottawa. 

The plan.s Include two touri.. llie 
Royal train i, due to arrive at 10 
am. May 29. Their Majesties will 
be met by Mayor and Mr.v J, Lylc 
leltord and a guard of iionor com- 
posed of Scaforlh Highlanders, in 
lull dr<>.-.. 

An armored car of the Briti>.h 
not formally j Columbia HuMars will escort the 
King and Queen nn their Vancouver 



'\j by Topotirap:i!r 8ui>. . 

iStalin Gives OwniREODLMlON 
Ideas Concerning 
Peace of Munich 



Proposal to Enroll All 
Veterans Raised m House 
Of Commons 



TTAWA. Match 10 ^-Hon. Urn M^KKcn/.c. M.pur 
o, Dctetice. wort stippu.t c,f the ^ 

niaisfd bv Prime MiniMci Ma^keti/ie K:nc m the House 
of Conln^^lns'^y as he outhhcd uh.it he des , . . > as Uic n.ost 
drastic system of cont.oh.i^ rmnts cm vc .u ttunMuils cvc, 

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Drrlan > Krilaiii ami Fraiu r Anxious to Kiiil)n»il 
Italy, Japan and (.rrniany in ^ ar With So^iot 
|^„,^i;,__^|.ays Similar Arrusation Afjainst 
I n* ini« ^ in United States 



Bus and Frergtit Concerns to 
Be Brought Under Utilities 
Commission in B.C. 



Slovak Vice-Premier, Jo.sef tour and when they make a twelve - 
as named Prehiier and re- mile motor lr;p to New Weslmmsier 
ere Immedlalelv. He had,aft/>r their return from Victoria on 
led on Page 2. Column 2 | May 31 



is mm 

m DEAL' 

I Chairman Swamped 
tiucsts for Political 
)adcasting Time 



MORMN(i TOLR 

The lir.st V4ncoaver tour will l)c | 
in the morning anfl will cover] 
practically m!1 districts rxcep" 
Grandvle* and Ha.silUK.-. EJUt 
nie«e 1*0 districts will be covered 
when Their Majestle.s make the 
second tour across the Second Nar- 
rowa Bridge to thr North 8hore 

A stf>p at the Cltv Hall and the 
new Hotel Vancouver will be made 
on the fir.st . tour. Their MaJe.^tle.s 
will o<H upy a suite In the new hotel 
durlnis' the luncheon ^>oriod. 

On tho .second tour Th< Ir Maje - 
ties will traverse the North .Shore 
from the Second Narrow.s Brld>!< 



Ittee 



jWA. March 10 (CP> -L. W 

elon chairman "f the Cana- , 

oadcahtlng Corporation, to- to U.e new Liotus Clat.e span aero s 
igM the co-operation of the the harUir e,itr,uiee. lUv.^n^ ,e- 
entarv radio broadcasting i turn by way of Stanley Park aud 
Uv dev..' in« a formula for then to the .ship which will take 
fairly with the numeioas ' them to Victoria for a two-day 
t« hrinc made for time for i stay. ... 
:1 and quaM-polltlcal broad- Their Maje.stie., will t^turn from 
.al and qu» 1 Victoria at 2Ah pm. May 31. and 

h a limited number ^f hours procee<l Immedlat^-ly via Km^sw-ay 
length^ nabk for radio F^. Nex We.stmit,..er, arr.v,ng;h .e 
the p,>t.l<tm Of di., ,a^^^^^ We..Mtmi.'...r 
|,it pm over Canadian Nali'jii.il 
Lines for Ja per and Brlmonton 



CSCOW. March 11 (/P).-Joscph Stalin, in ont oi 
„M ..utspokcn statements, today told the world th. 
S.,...t Russia would not be dragged into «^o"<l'^\^; 
iGcrm.r.y ..s ' . .afs paW to pull British and Wench chestnuts 

lout of the tiic. , Addrc-vsing the otK-.ung se.vsion ol 

the eighteenth All-Union Coiu-- .. 
of the Communist party, the ^"'-'f: 
leader declared the failure of power- 
ful ••non-«ggrc5*or' counlrief. likr 
Great Britain and France U> re l. l 
Paaclat aggressors was not due en- 
tirely to tlie fear of revolution witlun 
their own territories. 

LNOEBLYING POLK V 
Underlying Uielr ])o\'.r': ' "h- 
hilerventlon. he .said, wh' '.r-ire 
U> embroil Italy, Japan -■ •l < " 
I many a.s d«-p,v as po,^^l^.;c i: ^^ar 
lagaiiust the Soviet Union m d ihen. 
Iwhcn tliey all had become w ikened 
come oti t:.'' .stage 
with fresh forces' and diri.t'e peace. 

Germany. Italy and J. ;mi-.. how- 
ever, are really attackmp h p mfer- 
esus of Britain. France .mk Unit^ 
ConUnved on Page 13 < "lunrn 7 



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ARE REPAiNO 
WAR'S RAVAGE 

Spanish Troops, Prisoners 
And Townspeople Busy 
In Reconstruction 



Mitn !i 10 'CP' A bii. : 
:t.-..:uxi u. '^'C H i ^ 

lor A n.iiiiin.n ..'i: •< o: <'.ii.;ii:;.ui 
war veter^m , iindi rtaki'.. ;> 
'.o;;iniary clfori b\ the ivue- 
m» ir. orgiini/atioKS (^l t!;e IV>- 
miniitn 

Ci'iiin i>re... r' i>>rt.s ,,; t.;e \< t- ' 
nan.- H< tlon C.iaiU M.-irNni .CCI". 
Viil. (Olive: Norl.', a lie.l Iphvc to 
■ nunc tiie adjourniii' ni ot tnc 
Hoiuse to dLsru.^, a definite inall<r 
of urgent public iiiip".' 

Tin. . he .•■•aid. vva.' tii.' aunr.ii:i. r 
meiit of a -nat loiT-w ioe MU'.ev un l 
regustration nl ex-servicemen Uu 
the purpo.se of assi-img ttie autho!- 
, uie.s in .vafektu.irdmg the uit/^nial 
I .security of C anada under .<.n- 
I dltinnr of mtei national ten.s.on 
WANTS (iOVKRNMKNT S MKW 
d ui iiii . ■ i'WI M" M''' ■• 

. -.va:. • • he f:i« I tl...t '..,'■■> li >. ' 
1 i,o proliouinriiiei't l.^ t' d.c.ern- 
j ment a. !o »li«''!.«>r oMiela; ap- 
! proval ha.'- t)e-!i f-en the .cli' ine, 
' . ],• . ;' ii>;..'. -.'.ai - 

a 111 111 loi 



Blast Out 
Communist 
In Madrid 



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„( National!: ! Spain conflict, to 
... liencral Fram o'.s call ' . - 

!iic recount nu lion of 
1 :.shlng rebuilding of 
,:,t;ges. railway.'^ and 



rwave 



In 

Ifiluting time anioiiK v«vious tvpes 
j^Lfogranime.s and aniouK the main 
nflcants for time for ;>peeehe.s was 



, all the area m Caia- 

>; hv Nationally' troop.s. 
• RcpiiOh<-an p usoiier. . 
,, r-- of Ft a IV ■ ariju 
ople are rnza^' I in i^- 



Bmlng Increasingly complex. Mr 
rklngton .said 

suggested .solution wa.s the set- 
apart of a period each week 
llch all shade-, of political opUilpn 
Rl iht share on .-^onie rqulUble baSls. 
«l hout cost, resulting In a kind of 
'F yde Park ' of the air. 

WANTS. FAIR DIVISION 
n connacUon with Uie demands 
fo lime likely to be made In the 
pr y.pective general election cam- 
pi ign the C.BC ( hairman pro(>-vsed 
'a fling together the chief wlnp.^ o! 
aj political parties to arrange a fair 
. i.siou of radio time set aside, with 
charge, for political purpo;ses. 
nxioiLs to eliminate the oppor- 
tv for Inconfllstencle.s such as 



A double line of irarrison iio.ps 
i and eN-;ervicemen will line paii.^ of 
] the Roval route through the <^".^ 

Ban Unable 
To Depress 
The Dollar 



PKHMNCi March 10 1' Cl ir.r 
dollai deliiutely continiied firm^ 
In Iradititt here today even tlioii. 
jHpaii '.so liave oullawecl lli<-in ' ' 
fectlve tonight. 

Oil llIeKal exch.mge.s- ti-.ev y> 
repor i-d a. .selling »' 4 iv r e- 

?Y<leral Hi ei 



, wonrlen l)n<! e.s 
to tje replai d 
)■ avenue., for lie 



have 

later, 
rapid 



TWflCONVitTED 
i AT spy TRIAL 



,f troops and tr.ii.stK>rU- . \; «l^».r,ri 

1 and medical ippfies. i jhird Accused ot Vioiatmg 

of detour.s are being; EspiOnagC ACt IS AC- 



traffic aioi.iid jshcU- 



T'lr nriti,sii Columbia Pvibhc 
I'hilics Board moved yesterday to 
.tnughten out a confl.cl of juri.^du- 
ti.,ns with exLsling huhway Irani, 
regulalioiu, of the Province romerii- 
,1 g the .MiperviMon and hci n-inn ^^f 
,ij;l,v^av tra.i.-]^'rt..ti"n "f ii.<.-- 
^.nfc'ers and Irei-hi A' cmifer- tir.. 
wuh Major K 1< T"'--'^ pi.c n.- :al 
irafflc fldmmutrator at Vanr.M,v.-r^ 
uflU'ie.s board had arnuiged 
working ro-operatloii Dr W ' !u i 

Carrother.^, chairman announ- ed ^^^^^ ^. 
I Later, he .said, bus ar.d ;r.-iv;iii coin- j ,^3,,on^, ,.^„vice 

,panirs <.p( ratlni» on BrUL-h Colum- Ma- ken/ie DerMi.e 

bia highways mav be a.skfd to « p ,„, „, outer 

their rate schedule^ <j^recated -the attempt by 

Two provincial statutes bear ' j„,,^.,^^iy (rMng to pl.iv ;K)lltu s *ith 
those operating p«ssem:er and ^j^^; ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ rffori^ of the ex- 
frelght veliide." exclusive of ,,^rviremen of tiie Dotnu.ion of 

cabf.. for hire on the highwav^ '^''''Canada ' 

Lsthe comparativelv reer,-.' H.uhvvav ^^^^ ^^^^ 

lYafnc Act. and Uie otl>er is the / "^''"'f / .'.^^ s-h- .ke. P.. r,' 
Public utilities AM It.^elf, Under lhe,<^f the OaV. al,er S., aW . . 
i HigliLy TrafTlc n.ea.sure . an „d- Ca.sg, am had nued th- ;i.. ■ 
I minl.stratnr of traffic vm<. i>la« ed m 
I charge of .suiierM. U'ti .m'l lu eii- iiu' 
lOf operating road svst'ni.v wuh a 
i.sche*ilr of fees for \arioii.s cl.i;se.> 
of public earner ..nM ..'Ik; l.cence.s 
ni AI. ( ONTROI. 
nnie more recent. Public Utilities 
Ael brings par! of tlie .'.am* field un- 
der the ,iuri.'-d1''tioti o( !lie Public 
Utilities (•oiiiini.x.ioii incvine now 
tn add hiL'^ivav traii: p-T'^'irrii .on 
r<T;.-. -'i 'lie li ' (•', iri:,Mr: II VMil 
r-i'i'.ilr A- a prell'iiiiiarv .■^lep Mi'< 
I txiard Diet tiiC eM'tinc tr:tfflr i-'Hi- 
jtrol ofTi'ial.-, of itie pVoviiirr nnd 
j divided the lurl.'dieMon^ and the re- 
' 'prui.Mhlli' les invol'. rd 

Asked If a riaf*' had bT-. v for 
the filing of traasportatioii sched- 
ule.*, Dr, CarroLhers .said the point 



MADHIM M-'i' ■ 
uiiit. ol the .•^,)anu;i 
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t„^.ui 1.:.. -'ir.^' o-i' U-.n.;f, mi 
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SEIZED VESSEL 
|jyiCKL\ FREED 

British Merchantman Re- 
leased by Spaniards When 
Destroyers Come Up 



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LOS ANGEI l-:.'* March 
Haftx Snhch, t"!!""" 
, Navv in'/>r.ii--| tve 
railway i (k>i : • 

! attain I jg^„t. were 



not a matU r of urgent piiljlK- im- 
;) iilanr( , Mr MacNcU a.- ked I'ruiie 
Miiiu'ter Maciten/ie King if thL. 
( ontinupd on Page S. < olumn 4 

SETS RECORD FOR i 
I FULUOADTRIP 

Nr« 1 M>e 0»v»rn Mask Makes 
Ix>ni Suh-Mrato«phere Hi|hl 
rnssibla 

nO.STON March 10 '1' A fl - 
lannra'or-. ' to-l,r, r.icfd ;,on- 
,^top from Miniiea;K>.Ls i" IV. 'on a' 

^ ^ an average altitude of ioow feet m 

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LDDKS DN LOAN 
WITD SUSPItiONi 

Japan Warns Britain Aid to| 
China May Cause Strained 
Relations 



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board On the other hand it wn.-^ 
propoecfl to bilnc .mkIi roneerns 

, 10 "T' " I under Uie control of the board a'. 

United Ptates I j^^jp, jf,j_^ fj,,., brrmsht al>)ut 
iperative and the chairman i^twted 



iinal, pre-w.ii 



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I MM.OSION KII.I.S I K.Hl 

: :. ARIO, Art;ertiiia .larch 

A' lea.sl cik'ht pe; nn^ 
,1 t<Klav in an expU ion m a 
.1 fa< tv>rv h.ere Hesc er.-^ feared 



w^im/]Ripley and Retcham 
trrested in Reach Empress uoir 

Final at' Local Clirb 



j Natft.'-ha (V i . 
1 acquilie^l 

1"! Sali'-h '.> 
wcie • ran.siiillte , 
hl.^ .super. <•:. 
tained bv ■-.< 



K.L'.ian touri-M 

■ ort O' v iri, il IIIK , 

^. pinnaKC Act b-, 
Mirv here tcxlay 
;fe rif Cioriii, v a. 

■ ii ied of h:*v UiK 
.r.r, .Tiid fiorm i'> 
RiLv'ia, data ob- 
roi.rernir.*' .lap- 



Will ReiiKPi e 
Four liodirs 
From H reck 



H.-e and .sabotage plan 



bodies might be foi nd In '^-j^--;^^ , oi^js 

( iHirt, ]urv found 



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TorontoRuid 



<<An!<pirint to oh- 
ind traiLsmlttinc 
tal to the national 
,'af;ri deliberating *t«o and 



T( »RONTO. March 10 -T'^o 
^hitidrcd Toronto polne officeis 
1 r .^ux-d down on an auditorium to- 

tu Ynltled a stag paltT'an'' •"'M- 

rt ,1 400 men and a fan dancer | 

P^euiy-flve caw* of beer were k. 

^•lied, Thfr m*n wUl appear in. 

»urt on chargea of .-i-* WO Seattle 

■iotl.^r in an lUfgal i>^<^^- VoMrf r m ^^^^^^^^^ ^ 

tl_ ^ ' ^ 



Tho J^ralllrVlavn^ ill Balltc ll Out lotlav 
• Braliv iWpliv i" >\iiiU r Touniaiiiriit — Mrs 
' Nickjion ami l.aih Coll in ihr Final 



•Die r 

men «i; "' 
the lr,d.-'!nei 

tain. .■t5'^-.!-|" « 
liiforn .-i!'' ' 
dpfenc 
one-half 

(■j^.,,, salich face 

I max ' .i:' P^'^'^'^ 
I vra" ' 'ouri.st agei 

\'^'. a' :.bertv on 12.^000 b)»i. . ip- 
r(' 'iiroich the nu-'.Man Emba.s.y. 
- 'bu'l PVfi'Tai Judge Ralph E Jenr.v 
'ordered him remanded to the .u.-- 
'todv of the United States mar.Mia: 
PalTh a !om>er Berkelev, Calif 
'police officer had been in custody 
. .-r.uirhriit the trial 



fH)H 1 APHKR.M M.'l. Ii \'i I'he 
Provuiria; P liiee ho.i' T' M I -14 ef- 
here Mil. afterr,l>oi, for the .ffi,r o' 
tlie (iiiicer fVmte plai,e ; ra.' ti at 
Ci.'ifi.Au (i''k aflz-r taltu^a au 
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iany a chatTipionship battle, will ^^^^^^ ^oaicni m« 



George S, 



WITH CONSOLIDATED 



PAGE' DIRECTORY 



h' fi akct 

a vetei.in f f , - , 

tiVht it out tocl.iv vcr 'he scheduled thirty six hole dis- ^ 
f«e th* Sir Kdw.ird HeaMv Trophy in the men s handicap i 
cCr^oranX of he eleventh annu'^Empre^s Winter golf t VANCOUV^. M-.r-h lo < 
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cloMxl the mateh (wi a', tlje t^. 
teriit.b green Ripley gau.' d an carV- 
>ad and from tlien on prof.er-ed i' 
until Uie argument «a^ all over I" 
ihf Other !«mt-f^nal n a ch Ket- 

cha»v f»xt».»^^^JKl'^^r^ *° 
opponent from Uie Prairies but .'ho 
golf, def.pitr tlw sirnna 



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fXten.lon for three years of an < p- 
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Mii,ing * Smelling Compajiy of 
Canada Limited offlnal.s announced 
fodav 

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dated is entitled t>o receive ,W0O0 
5hare.s for each $3,000 expended on 
the .Salmon pn-.pert- WIkh iiViooo 
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VANCOUVER SE^ 
FINANCIAL HEl 




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cruise in Atianuc water*. 



M F'.P . and leader of the hrr 
in an address a* a Conserva- 
Saanich. last night 

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Advocates Expansion 
Of Credit in i^anada 
To Finai iee=Ne \v Work 

Premier Pattullo, in Addressing Fonim, Ihi lares 
Against Ontralization of Government in Doniin* 
. ioi^ Insitttingjon Keadjuht ment o f Relations 

AN appeal for a limited credit expansion m Canada to make 
possible a programme of public works at useful projects, 
couplfd with flat reiection of the move towards ctn- 
traliaation in govermnent, was made in an address by Pramitr 
PTOHd^yeitwjiiiy »fttf»ooa bdw the VittorU .Ubwl 



1 1 



Miners 




Wom«i*s Torum 

The Premier toucl> ecl . o » ju>uu:v 
gration, FMerst nffiBau. ttfr 
Alaska road and oUirr iasues, In • 
upepch dPllvpicd extcmporanp'oualy 
Mrs J F, Mifchcll pifski'd lU n 
weU-«ttended me t Ua g held in the 
Ubersl MMuaquarters. ' 

Bpiikiiif oil fh< Alaska lilnliwiiy 
|»ro)«!Cl, J»remler PattuUo declared 
the flrat proposal had been made 
by the late Hoo. Dr 8 F Tolmie, 
Viho liad organized the caravan to 
BaialtQn and ad'. 'h iiU'd ron.struc- 
tlon of the road. As leader ot the 
Oppositloa tbut. while h s h s4 not 
f)')po.sff1 thf rfjad. tt*" had taken the 
fctand that th<- existing highways of 
the province .should bo piaceri in 
nrst-claas condition belore new work 
WW undertaken.' 

Gondii loiKs nad changed ifialii- 
lally in the U»t_tea years, liowever 
It had been represented that 

L'nlird .Stales wnn'<"! tfir r onnectlon. 
which would o|)on up ;i vast new 
coiiniry. highly iiul( i .tli.'i d anrl tui - 



the 



VittorU 



LicmenUi be broken up and their 
pet>ple dl»tribuU-f1 thrnuftlioiit the 
country aa conditions permitted. 

• If we wait intKIs Domlnlaii untO 
rvrrvoiir \s profitably pmployfl wf 
; will never have any nioip people 
conic into cnmada," Rrenrilcr Psttuilp 

! declared .. - . 

I Touchuig on Confederation, the 
Pre niler said the Government had 
mainlained Bnush Columbia issues 
distinct before the Rowcll Commte- 
-slon. presenting a factual outline Ot 
the state TJf a ffairs In the Pnm^ 
Incc. ParW of the Province's cl«lm 
had been rfcognizofl by the former 
Federal AdmlnLstratlon, and $3,750,- 
000 received in additional suiaaldy 
granta in the Interval. 

DOMnfioircABon sHAaB 

On the other hand. British Co- 
lUttibU ftlill protested" the Invaslen 

I of Its liKOinc tax Hold, under coii- 



Amusing PlayJi Prescnted 
By Victoria Little Theatre 
,w Astociatiorr 



Acting m 

n^DuHng April 



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IS iiaoor.UM 



•Mm 1 Jail lens nt' 



Hambcr have very graciou.sly 



patronMt 4» th* ^klrtventh 

annual competltloa Of the 
Victoria Musical FKtlval As- 
soclatioiC Which will ■■<r held 
"4 JaJfiL^ ^ Ajrjr i» to It 

ffl M.1»clU8lTe..-^ . ^ W 

The executive 



announced , 
yesterday that Miss' BartMura 
Hinton. of the Provincial 
Normal School «taf f . Mount 
Tolmie, had been appointed 
adjudicato) lor the folk danc- 
lni» which wUl place at 
the Victoria High School th( 
week .^femrtng the contesUln 
music and elocution. 



til YATis mnT 
Qresham Hosiery 

S«r«ict 

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ycmg son of a wealthy soap manu- 
factonr who, after twertiy-fOUf ) Wtttr ttrrtr 



Simeo Feltir(Left) and Oliver Kahky. T#o of the 500 Coal Miners in a Slt-Down Strike in the Onc.de 
Mkws at lliieMoM. Pa.. Are. Shown Eating Food Provided bir Sympathisers on the Surisce. The Men. 

Srtting Down on the MO-Voot Level. Demanded Back Pay. 



dltlons which now gave tiw Domln< 
ion more than-the Province Itself 

received from the levy and whic h 
niah empWment for 2.000 transients i blocked any hope of additional 

for the next five years! It was on 



rcvpiuie 



a rww ba.sl.s that Iils fjoveriinient 
had reopened the subject and pui- 
Mied a drive for e()Dstnictioa of the 

— hlgliv^av 

^ U»»t.KI:.D I20,«00,00« LOAN 
Ttie project was on^ which would 

bo g'»nerfilly useful, furnish employ- 
ment for large numbers of homeleas 
men now deteriorating on relief, and 
ways and meaiu should be found to 



bring it about, the Premier eon 

tinned. At one time,, he sa i d , th e I ua ngr rou.s 
United autes had been ready to . ^ ccnLralizalion 
piace a $20,000,000 loan at the dla* 



Horn that source. A.s the 
T \% wae tftt >e tj »e n >t 
biUty of the -Dominion to withdraw, 

or to .sLiKgest a remedy 

'Die Premier imii'-d monienurlly 
to what he de8cribe<i n., a move by 
powerful Interests In Eastern Can^ 
ada to bring about centralised gov- 
rrnmenl In Canada. While he would 
not suggest there mi&s anythinti .sin- 
ister about the proponents of the 
proposal; the move -itself was re- 
grettable and Its iitipllcations 



SAYS GOVERNMENT 

mim mm 

Continued from Page 1 



nation as a vassal of the United 
States." Mr^ CiuUifie sUted 
Mr Cunilffe reviewed the effects 

ot the Bennett trade treaties to the 
Industries of liiui.sh Columbia, iwr- 

>!».,, 1»>li> iiitmhoring Hp niir>«,^fl fit/ - 

ures whieh. ht iaM.~l>IO*fd tfeit 
lumberm-n of the province had 
tour. 1 don t foqw how old I will be." y^^^ t,,^^ ^. those JmttaLJIttou ah 



NOT PROHTLtRING 

VANCOUVER, Mar^h W <CP),^ 
There will be no increase in hotel 

ratf.s in Vancouver durinj? the visit 
of the King and Queen in May. It 
wa;, announced todflf by Bevi iley 
M DavU, )>resldeht of the British 
ColuAbls Hotelmen's Association. 



of government, 
came in Canada, we would be gov- 



posal of the Province If conditions j g^j^^ Eastern factions. There 

are those now who say they want 



lisd been fsvoraUe. but obstaeles 

were being removed and the Oov- 
crnmeiit wa-s Jiopeful that following 
a meeting of the Road CommLs.sion, 
to be tieki in Victoria stMH-tly, acUon 
would result. 

, Condition,s, the Premier oontbued. 
were changing so fast In the world 
tliat It was doubtful if many people 
r.-'nll/ed all of the Impllraflonv 
People in Canada had been made 
accustomed to a standard of living 
with which the financial ecoiwimy 
■jrf tlie country had not kept pare 
BomethlruT was wrong. While he 
was not in favor of Inflation, which 
was merely a'means of taking money 
from one set of people and giving It 
t.) another, there .should be a happy 
medium. Canada should —p ^ W d Its 
credit. h(F declared. 

Explaining delsy in British Co- 
Itmibia's tsklng over the Yukon, the 
Premier slated that the matter had 
not been dropped, but that the Prav- 
Incfl Itself had requested delay of 
pi tion |)ending the examination of 
Federal-Provincial relatlon.s by the 
Itowell Commission. The Provincial 
Oovemment had an agreement v/lth 
the Dominion on the baM.s iiix)n 
Which llie Yukon would l)e taken 
over, and become part of British 
Columbia. It had been thought wise 
not to press the iMtie st the~present 

tlOM. 

IM.MIORATION 

On Immlgrstlon. Premier Pattullo 
r.'iieiKted that tin- Provincial Gov- 
ernment was in favor of a broad 
scheme of settlement, though not 
on the blor plan. Through diversl- 
Ikatlon. Immigrants could be set- 
tled on th.' l.itul and assimilated 
into the life of the country. 

In yean past, Canada had re* 

ceived as mnny a."; 400 000 persons 
in— a single year, and only on a 
system of Ailing up varant placp.s 
could Its present tallroad and other 
Btructtires be carried. While a cer- 
tain amount of group settlement 
might have to bo i>ermitted In the 
plaoement of refugees, the Province 
v^uld insist later that tnrsc set- 



centrallz.illon t'hey will never gel 
II from British Columbia, Premier 
Pattullo declared In conclusion. 

A cordial vote 6f thsnks followed, 
coupled wit h a motion endor sing 
the pollcieirr^...ihd PrOVIBdal 
■Oovernment. 



COMPROMISE 



Continued from Page T 
sdu-ted for Rome to attend the 
coronatkm on Sunday of Pope Plus 

xn. 

A division of the Cseeho^Blovak 
army and ix)llcr units was sent Into 
Slovakia to maintain order. Mar- 
tial hiw was proclaimed In Brati- 
slava, where • separatlsUs ordered a 
genera) strike and non-separatists 
.staged counter-demonstrations. 

'Rejx^rt.s In Budapest, Hungar)'. 
.said one member Of the Slovak. 
(K^opie'.s party guards were killed 
and three were wounded when 
c/rch poHee an^ trops fired it 
df iiionsf rators In Bratislava > 

ENTIRELY DOMKSTK 
Aiidore Minke. German charge 
d'affaires in Prague, a.s.sured Franl- 
laek • C hvalkovsky. Cse cho-Blovak 
Porelgn Minister, that the German 
(lovernmeni regarded the trouble 
entirely as tiie domestic concern 
of Cseeho-SlovSkia. 

'Thla wa.s greeted with relief In 
^ome Caech quaricr-s. where it waa 
fell that Chancellor Hitler of Ger- 
many, aftf r wresting abouti^Jfip,OM 
inhabitants and l.t.Tre square miles 

from the republic as a re.sul" of the 
.eparatlst demands of the Sudeten 
Oermans, might regard the new 
unrest .-us calling for further inter- 
vention.. , 

Ai..ong the Slovak Oovemmenl's 
demands have been more financial 
a.'^.si.sunre from Prague, and the 
right to establl.sh its own garruson.v 



Mr. Mailland .said that In .spite of 
the recommendations concerning 
coal, the Oovernment ttad not 
anything about if. 

Mr. Mailland .s addres.;i wa.s basetl 
on the policy of the provincial 
Conservative Party, although he 
frequen cy c rltlt lzed the Pattullo 
Aidadnlstrati<m. "The |)re.-ent Gov- 
emHsent," he stated, "is more con- 
cerned with suylng in power than 
with .'-erving the people of thi.s prov- 
ince. Unless the Conservative Party 
la wUUhg to piit the busines.s of the 
people above party politics. I do not 
want to be its leader." He continued 
with a recital of what he termed 
"the unfulfilled promises of U\e Lib- 
eral Oovernment*' the position of 
the health Insurance .-scheme, and 
the Crcston, MervlUe and South 
Okanagan itrojeett. 

ALASKA HIGHWAY 
Concerning Uie proposed Alaska 
Highway. Mr. Maltland said: "I want 

to know, before civUig hupporl to 
this proposal, what will be the ulti- 
mate cost, whether it will be a Cana- 
dian, or an American road and 
whether we still ovvn this country 
or not " He d«'' ;ai. ,! was th«e duty 
of the Government to give service to 
its own people and see that they 
had the things lo wiUeta ttaey were 
enUtled. 

He touched uixm roads and said it 

would be neces.sary to have a non- 
poUtical road commission. He 
claimed there should be a reduction 
in the licence fees on motor vehicles 
before further taxation on the car 
owner, and thai the tee. sho\ild not 
be greater than any otlier province 
in the Domlnioa.- 

LONO-BANOI POLICY 
Mr Malt land made a plea for a 
lonR-rant;e policy of .service to bring' 
back confidence, "Democracy is on 
trial today and there is only one 



-It Pay.s to Advertise, • a delight- 1 
ful comedy packed with WgHly df- 
vertlng situations an* unexpected 
complications, was ablji presented; 
by members of the Victoria Little 
Theatre Association *bef ore a large 
audience in the Bhrlne Auditorium 
lait niglr Produced under the di- 
rection of tsiewart G, Clark, the play 
was elTeclively staged, and acted 
with much sklU bjf *xast of twelve 
members of the UK>cl»tloo.4j) whom 
were given wldeljr dlffgHlH , jiMffg. 
acterisations. — , 
—The frtwi** story of "It Pays to 
Advertise " provides ample scope lor 
comedy worfc It la the sle^ of -Ihe 

years of kUsMss,'-' finds— hhnself 

thrown uiwn hLs own r<»sovirces 
through the sclienung of the ira-s- 

cible father and his pretty .stenog- iorm.s bv (al.eU rcpre.soii' mc to him 
rapber, Mary Orayson. with whom l that they have had an oiler -from 
the son. Rodner Mn^- br^'Wnr.jnift rival In the soap business, and 

UjKin a. inirely busines.s basl.s, Mary that lend.s to further co:n'plira1 i<>ns. 
undertakei. witli Cyrus Martin, the At the verge of despei.Oion Rod- 
soap king, to make Rodney work. 

ney. Ambrose and Mary suddenly 
CAMPAIGN OF BI.I FF '\ find them.selvefi swamped, ^ wUh 
Then enters Ambrose Paeale a orders. But Uiey po.v.ess not one 
bustling advertising agent, and a > .'»cc oi soap, and the w >v m which 
friend of Rodney's college days. X o^ i they e ventually fiU the orders, 
getiier they hatch a plam to enterl comev' Cyrus Msrtln.Jnto'^ buying 
Into competition with the .soap kiniJ them out at their own exorbitant 
In lus own Hoe of busine.s.s. By devi- figure an4 convuice him that it 
ous means they raise sumclent rap- pays to advertise, forms an hllari- 
ital to embark uix>n a gigantic ad- ous climax to tlie story. - 
XCr'i'ini: rn-i-^-iir- for a non-ex- THE C'Ai^T ' 



amusing^ features of the play, the 
young businessmen meet a i^ehemer 
whese nwlDviiis of .m^ne moi\ey are 

even less ethical than their own. 

capital exiiiustrd. the 
rent overdue, and manv creditors 
demanding settlement, they en- i 
cieavoT to bring Cyras Martin to 



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HEATING REPAIRS 



C. J. MeDONELL 

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increased sales in the United KUitj;- 
xiom marlcets. "All of this is going 
to 6e wiped out by the new treaty 
enKineered by the prcsen' Pederal 
Government, ' he claimed. — ^ 
The candidate declared It was the 
duty of the people of the province 
to learn the lacts about the new- 
treaty and be guided by those facts. 
He said industries of British Colum- 
bia would suCter from the .loss of 
i preferential tarllXs with the Mother 
Country. 

^HERBERT ANSCOMB 
Herbert Anseomb, M.P.P. for Vi> 
toris, dealt inainly with tiie finan- 
cial policy ot -the Pattullo Oovern- 
ment. cost of commissions the piib- 
lic debt and the superannuation 
fund failure. Me charged speclflc- 
i allv that the Provincial Government 
' was "i>elimg Its bonds to its ow.i 
sinking fund and taking out 100 i^r 
cent for payment of maturities, when 
they cannot get more than 75 per 
cent f)ii tiie oiK-n marlctt. Tlie Pro- 
vincial Uoverument cannot go uilo 
the market and borrow ten centa." 

ORGANIZER SPEAKS 
Captain Macgregor Macintosh, 
provincial organizer, also spoke 

briefly and said he had found, dur- 
ing his travels in many parts of the 
provliM)e that the political swing 
was definitely away from Mac- 
kenzie King and towards Manlon | 
In mo.'-t parUs ot oiu- pi. >vinre I 
found a growing resentment aga^t 
the Vicious patronage of the Liberal 
party The people who have a right 
to w:;rk on the roads, resent having 
to go to an officer of a Liberal 
association with their hats In their 
hands begging for jobs.' The 
.speaker also touched on the new 
trade treaty and declared._l£anada 
-Is being sold down the river.'^ 

The meeting was presided over by 
Percy Mlcklebiugh. president of the 



Mr. Hen peck— "I'n^ "miserably un- 
happy with my wife." 

Old Bachelor — "Why dont you 
apply tor a oivorce? 
Mr. Henpedi— "She won^t Jet me ," l o r P »eneh provide one 



'William Hutihiiuson was convln 
a.s the advcitLsiiig aKcnt. and 
rokl G<-ilin« played the part ©I 
ney quite wcU. 

Others hi the cast were M.s 
ion Petersen ss Marie, a 
maid . Miss Rita Phearlng. 
ORvapher; Philip OIi\Tr, i 
Captain H, W. N >loorh<>u, 
Icry Clark, *on' of Martin 
Lk>yd Cann iM Mr. Smith. A.irtm i 
friend; A. Jenner as Mr. "M(;Bliesney, 
an advert LsliiK man and A.^w Da we 
a.s Charles Brdn.«;on, rrpr6^^i. .nive 
of a company which places r^m 
order for soap,. 

^uslc wss provided by t 
Theatre Af.soclaUoi» t>rch( 
der tlie dlrfclion oi A .Sc 
properties were arranged 
.Sonia Cowau, and Le6he 
a.s production maxia^er. a.< 



istor t i .; '>ai). planning to' H. J. S. Reynolds as' the .soap king , 
blufi c>rus Manui into buymg them j gave a sKIinill tnterpreUtlon oL-tbe 
out at a^h^h figure. {part, and Miss Marguerite BHtott 

In the psoudo-Countess de^Beaii- *'"■! ^^'^'l <'a^' «-'^ ^^ni^' Oray.son 
- rien an adventaress. whose torrents . while Miss Grace Tuckcy 

the moat «ountes8, was particularly 



a.s the 



B. McGilK 

-Grif of the toughest Jo 
parent.s lM^•e Is teaching H 
.fprlng good manners v^hen 
liardly ever see any. 



podern 
ilr ofT- 
little 



\'i|^|lll^MMIIl|||||||||j|j™^ ^ # 



DOMTM/SS THIS 



thtqg that dm lead the people «tuh] saanlch Conservative Association; 

that is government. V^u mu.st brine 



back confideiue in 
democracy Ls to be .sav 
tloned the needs of 



qulrements of the fa -mer and the 



necessity of finding u 
the unemployed, (or 
000 had been paid In 

years 



gfjvernment if , 
d ■ He men- ! 
outh, the re- 



ef 111 work for 
hich $60,000,<- 
the last nine 



A8KS ABOUT 
8UKVEYPLAN 



Continued from Page 1 
scheme has met with the approval 




Of 



The problem of youthlMl styles 
in women's half-iigg drttttt is 
solved. See thctt tkgtn and 

crepes with print tops and 
costcci Sizes 14^2 fo 26': 
Priced sf ' *1».7."> 




He declared he would like to^Jwuig j .^j- ^j,^ o'overnment 
back the small country fSir to every 
.commimity in British Columbia "T 
would rather .spend 175.000 on Kail 
fairs Uian $7.'i,000 on the midway of 
the San Francisco Bxhibitipn." he 
said. 

NASiAIMO CANDIDATE . 

F CunlifTe. Nanalmo, Conserva- 



SPECIAL! '38 '37 FORD V-8 CARS with 



The Central Government, on the 1 ^^»"<"^-"'<* »" t'^*" N^na'-no ^ed- 
other hand, haa itislsted that »»=4«^*' constituency. »id he felt cer- 
vakia cea.^o ii,. •nt;)itrarv anions" ' Ihere would be a general ekC- 

uon In September, "That election 



cea.'-o 

and co-operale more fully wilti tiie 
repu|ilk.., 



PttT AND POWDER 



"I do not know what scheme he 
(Mr .MacNell) means." Mr. Mac- 
kenzie King replied. "I have not 
seen any scheme If my honorable 
friend \m11 put his quest frm on the 
order paper 1 will try to answer it " 
Mr. MacNetl declared In an Inter- 
view later th.it his purpo.S€ in the 
Houfc had been to have the situa- 
tion clarified; 



Attcntiofl* Bu>inctt~K^ent 

««rlttl» CMfM»ali«« St«rti*rMI W«rk 

MiNsooaaPMM ■ TvrgwBiviNo 

Ty« ft Rawson 

O ISIS sit ONIUN ai;lUIING 



A writer .sugKcsts tlvat every time 
tli<' r.irl filend u.ses lipsiiVk. cvr puts 
on , in^ k--up or . lints her nails in 
publlc-the Iwy friend should fish 
out his elertric shaver and do a .^pot 
of fu-v iemo\mg He' might, but 
^ (.'1. ;i < ■<■;, ;n({ WHS over the boy 
frle.nd iWould be » eoupl»of inche^ m jim nt s. 
belowTace SsV^I. 



will mark (he crossroads of C.ina- 
dlaii hi-'>U>ry. -It is to be one ot the 
most ImtJortant elections for many 
jrearK. Thn^ will be big l.ssues -liA- j 
elded by the people. " lie prophesied: [ 
He 1. 1 1' ii i/i il the Prune Mini.s;er ot 
Canada regarding his .stand during i 
the September crisis "It is to his j 
eveTla.ttin:: s)inme and humlliatfon 
that he •niifi a-, sileii! a.- a sphinx ; 
in one nf the Empires grave.^t 
I challenge the- Premier 



"Ttiat'a a ibM way to treat a 
fellow. Thrbtw him' down after all 
the money he's spent on you" ^ , ^ 

"Yes. but look St all you'H save 
by not niarrylng me " , 



that it Ls a. part of the Ooverr.nient 

poUcv'to es; range this cdrmfrv from 
Uie Empire and to set up a ne\y. 






Mido Multfort 

•as*"-- 

Self Winding— 950 

F. W. FRANiCIS 



WATERPROOF, SHOCICfWO^/ 

ANTI MAGNETIC ' - 
Nurses — f45 - Doctors —S^T.iW 




....^MSt'E MANirngTO 
Purpose of the enrollment was 
outlined In the manifesto .Issued to- 

I day over the fclgnature of Col \V 
I W. Foster. Van^-iuver Domuuon 
I president of W»e CrtiiadiAn_ Legion 
' snd Col. Charles R. HUl, 
Dominion president of the Cana 
dlan Corps .Asmciat^on 

It was to~ assemble Information 
relating to ,the ndlnber, <tualiflca- 
tton.s and locatlorU of war veterans 
Who. in the evVnt of the country 
being exposed to danijer from 
enemy action, wouULbe. wlllmg to 
6<i -nperate' w ith the autborlttas in 
^utftxuardi.'U' Internal security: 

aIi national a roclations of war 
I veter ana are participating m the 
prbject, according to^th^ OvanlTa^, 



These rarH arc sm> i^wkT . . . for the H.ile's duration they'll earry a two-month 
warmiitv isgainst mechij^nieul defe<«l«» . . . plua the 2-«lay money-hack guarantee. 



nilRNDLr SOCCER OAlpE 



Young Liberals, champlon.s of the 
Intermediate Football League, will 
j>lay a friendly football match to- 
morrow morning at 10; ^against 
Spencers of ttw» Wrrtni 



w 



E'VE had our hands full ^riling orders since we 
lannclird ihin grrat iiard car *T\\r ten daya agol 
Nolhilig qliilr liki- it r\er happrnrd hrrr, and mnlftriffin 
know it. \aliie-Hi«r buyrra ha\r hren-<iuick lo lake advan- 
tage of the Konderful baigaiua offeied lo RJgG ^mmmitt 

'•00"' popular medela and 



awkM -^each with lh« ll-«^«^2.DXir MO^EY-BACK 
G^ilARAlVTEE and SO^SO 3(M>AY WAHJUNTY 
defer^'! — 




I 




' What (use is It being wanted by 
the police for breaking Into the 
B^lfeO'ManPti urtan Wk If I eant 
n;ien a fin tX'ttSfBKKCf^'-^, 
Charlerot 



CIGAREHES 



~AIio— maay^nolorUla sirig rua hi n| fer •'M' apMial •fler 
of 1938 and 1937 RUk G Ford V.,8g — whirh rarr^-a- 
^IMKDAY WARRANTY against neehanleal d«fccla (flagg 

and tires exceplod) at ri^lc bottom price*. How ran we 
'^^STlBirf' Easy, '^r VnoM )ast bow good a rrronditioning 
job we*ve dot nil ihfrr ngfd rprii jrhrj^rr 1*" beat that 
roU: — C 

YonVe Jnsl a day or so Icft^n wUch to tidte advantage if 

tiir onlo! !>rivr around to our piaee right away ! Pick yonr 
K ^ (» iiargain ear. ^e apprniar roar present ear 
grnerrMi«h . especially il it * a '32, '33 or '34 popolar i 

I modrll 



anr 



WHILE THEY'RS Hf RE 



1935 f ORD y-g 

cdi/lnt .. : 

r.i; I OKI) V-B 

COUPE . ' 

1937 KORD y.« TOURING 
TUDOR 

. 193B PORD V-l DE LUXE 

TUDOR r--...-^- tf,- .... 

m* FORD V-g DE LUXE 
FORDOR . 

19J6 FORD V-g TOURING 

FdlDOR_ 

19 7 FORD V-« TOURIMG 

FOKDOR, a,.,-^ 

193« rORD. y t MC LU XE. 



$488 

$621 
$689 
$849 

$476 
$624 
$718 
$897 

■ ■ 7 



NATIONAL MOTOR CO. 



819 YATES STRUT 



OaRD V 8 . MERCURY 8 - LINCOLN ZEPHYR 




THE DAI L Y C0L0KICT> ^ICTORIA, B.Q^ 



Hi 



First Governor of r 
\ Vancouver Island 
^QinieHere in 1850 

Today, Man li I I, N th<- Ei>j;hty.Ninlli Anniversary 
_ Qf Uie Arrival of Richard BlanMhard to Take 
^ ~ Over Uic Ihtti^ of Adminittniror ' 



TODAY is tb« tighty-tiinth annivcrMry of the reading-in 
of Richard Blanshard, at Fort Victoria, as the first Gov- 
ernor of the British Colonj^^f Vancouver's Island. Mr. 
Blanshard had tiiiled from Soutlum|i>ton on "8*l^tmb«r 17. 1849. 
in &s. Avon, for the Isthmus of Panama (via Kingston. 
Jamaica), on the Pacific Shore, at which he had been met by 
Hlf. steMn BkMO Driver, under , having jQiBed the servloe 4a »tT-«s 

mldshlpmsn on H M S Tfipau- I^- 
tona, <;apUln John Biigh, bearing 
the flag of Hon. WlUlam WaUin - 
grave, at Newfoundland, wlitre oui 
young hero served In several shlp^ 
till 1800. On August i, 1804, he wa^ 
on the Victory as mate, und<T Vlce- 
Adtnlral Lord Nelaen. bui mx)ii after 
•a acting lieutenant to the Excel- 
lent. Mvent7«1our guns, CaiHaln 7. 

Sollifi'innn \\<- l;<ii(l»''<l with niinrd 
j)arti« iiPHi Nai)l« ' and in IttCKi and 
1807 law MT\i<«' iildii.; the coa>t Of 

Spain, the Adriatic, off Cadiz, and 
off Ceuta In Morocco. In ISUnKe 

was promoted post captain to H M S. 
Fam*', seventy-four gun.s. oti Toulon. 
He was present at th<> battle of Li&^ii 
against a P ranco-Vcncttan arma- 
;ment: for his dlKtlnguished service 
! liep' Captain Plupp -Iloniby wa: 

Adinii - 
Ittl;), Ca;)taiii Hornby, as I 
senior offlcg r , co-operatetf with a 
Tuscan land force to carry oiit the 
STjrrrnder to Tti.'^rany of th^ Island 
of Elba by tlie i^encli. Ht wai> pro- 

1840. ^ 



Oonunaader Charles Richardson 
Johnson. The Driver then proceeded 
north for the J,8«8 miles to Port 
Victor ia, by saU and by steam paddle 
power. She had only be«i commls- 
alMied at Woolwich on September 
1848, when she wa.s eight years 
old, and she had been on the Paclflc 
Station less than two year.- 

From September 4. 1837, the au- 
thority of the British Crown had! 
been represented on the long Pa- 
cWc Coast of Anei^ea rcapir Horn 

to the Aleutian I.sland.si by a Briti.\h 
rear admiral who was thr comman- 
ri'-r-ui-chlef of "Her MaJesXy's ahlps 
snd vessels, employed and to be em- 
ployed on the Pacific station." Rear 
Admiral Phipp.s - Hornby wa.s the 
commander-in-chief from August, 
1847 




ISLAND RICH 




tin W>n»ryr-»«61, and thus ,^ , > 

was responsible for giving all the'l 
neeessery ettiers well In advance t~o'***^ ^" ' 

Commnndor C R" John.s'in, of H M s 

Ing Mr '^Sil^^^JSiSi^^'' 
stead early in the new year. 

The conimand«»r-hi-chief at this 
lime flew his flaR In the eighty-four- 

ly.'ftt^ M.'*'^' '"^ 
Oiptefn~ 



W el isi b y. Btop fe rd. who 



had romm'^.Mr„od tlus war-worn ;ai any point on the 



veteran at 

1847 Tlif 



To date no record has been found 

ol a meellnj? betwf^n R^ar AdmimJ - 
Phi|>ps-Hornby and Mr. Blanshard 
Pacific Coast. 



Chatham on Augu.st 25. , However, there must have been some 



K ... , AMa was a veteran of the exchange of lettenr between the 
b^le Navarino In M37. under I naval officer and the first governor 
Aomirai Sir Wward Codrln^ton. in i of 

Vancouver's Island, 
the A.sia. the usual pa.s.sage.s were The three earlier comniandor,s-in 
made to and from Valparaiso, but chief were:..Bear Admiral C. B. H. 
not to the north of Mextoo. rom who inaugurated the station 

SKRVICE IN NAVV in .S^^pleniber. 1837: he ua:. suc- 

Rear Admiral Phlpps-Hornby was needed In May. 1841, by Rend Ad- 



TO GIVE TWILIGHT 
CONCERT SUNDAY 



First United Chareh Choir Will Pro- 
yjdeJPtggraaime at Weekly • 
Recital 

The First United Church Choir 



at this tiaie stety-flve yean of age, 




SukiII Hahms eIkm!* 

Now tMdyl OoaytaMy nmm hmik as 
ptaaua*. baltStM. MMSaUae. Smbo- 
laadaoaplaf, -4»omnHmq, •quip- 
ping. Hum Idea*, nw coBvaaiaBcM. 

100 piactical imtigni foi Coaadtoa*. 
Pric* ioB«« SSOO lo «14.000 Hun- 
dradi of llluiliahoni | Color plot*. 
290 pa«M. e • 12 IB HaadaoKdr 

bound m boniH rovvra $2 po«lpn>H 
Al bmttmr nmwBlartrl* rr airpr* Irom 

Ih* publiakoia, Building In ( mnada. 
1T7 )at*M Stiool, Toronto, ODiarlo 



ill 



• SUMMER COTTAGES • 

GKT THIS wondorful plan book nf rabinv, 
campa and aki-lodgn. MO Snilcni (4& eaatiag 
Um than tl.OOO).^ I2S illaatraitaM. I 
an4 flrrplaeaa. K4any halfNul aftldaa. ft 
P'otpaid OhUinahl* dirwt freai publlnhan 
only I irri.^ pniTiptlv Supply Ilniita4. Arfdrma: 
ttu-::U'u /•. ' ■ , . . . T 



p'«poraUoa lo firoplic 

Ml r p if 11 rp $ 1 i.lp 



Indian lot* plut fbo idoot 
e< a aaator w uud iioa. 
Orlgiaol drowlav*, ploai, 

photoa. loaUurttona Laq 
and hand-nnda 



mlral R. Thomius, who wa.s, ui turn, 
succeeded in May, 1844, by Rear Ad- 
miral O. P. Seymour. 

FIRST ADMIRAL 

As .'Stated above.. Rear Admiral 
Pliipi>,s- Hornby took over the com- 
inai.d in AuRii. t. 1847. and wa.s fol- 
lowed in August, 1860, by Rear Ad- 
miral Fairfax-Moresby, but the latter 
did not assiune command until Feb- 
ruary, 18S1. He was the first Brltush 
adiiilial to enter E.squimalt harbor, 
wht rc he arrived on June 27. 1851, in 
H M.8. fifty-two-gun ship Portland. 
(Tilif^in Henry Chads in ordir tn 
tf-h.^iilt with Govrriior Blan.hanl 
atK)Ut the .security of the Briti.sh set- 
tlers on Vancouver's Island. It 
should be remembered that the ad- 
iiiirai.s had ."^ervcd a.s jiinidr oftlr<'is 
in the wars with Franc*-, Spain, Italy 
and Russia when they had developed 
great readuroefulnVas. The use of 
sails had now reached Its senlth with 

Us mountHln.s of white swelllr.g can- 
vas, .so that, nid.sl offlc^rs looked 
down upon all .steam ves.sel.v. But 
when speed was an essential factor, 
then steam had the final say, hence 
It wa.s an event out of Uie ordinary 
duty to order a .steatn vesr.el to meet 
the future goveriifii a' Panama and 
rnnvey h tm t o t h e Uf - ofl forest-clad 



will render the programme at the 
weekly twiUght recital to be held 
tomorrow afternooh at 3 o'clock m 
,the first Baptist Churcli. W C. 
"Pyfe w|ll condiict the choir, and the 
organist will be George H. Peaker. 

Tlie profrramme will be a.s fol- 
lovs: Anthem, "Thou Wilt Keep 
Hun in Perfect Peace": solo. "My 
Redeemer' end My Lord": chprus. 
"PllgTlm.s"; duet. "O "TWas Love"; 
duet and ch'iiu.s, "i Walled for the 
Lord"; anthem la) "Blessed Is He," 
<b» "Holy Lord": organ olTertory; 
anthem. "O Praise God in His HoU- 
ne.ss"; solo. "Leave It With Him"; 
anthem, •Sing Unto God"; duet, 
"Power Eternal": anthenu "Blessed 
Be the Name." 

Soloists takInK part are as fol- 
low.s: Mrs. W. H. Wil:-on, Mr.s. C. 
(Wxidwlii. Mrs. F Carver. Mr.s w. 
Wright. Mrs. R. Nash. Miss C. Men- 
zles, Miss B. Robinson, James Petrle 
and J. M. Thomas. 



PRESENTATION MADE 

TO A. G. MACKIE BY 
■--^ - LANGf dRO LEa(()N 



Obituary 



Island of Vancouver. .1 



I When a removal van 

I furniture overturned on a frosty 
road it wss found tiiat the hou.se- 
liold cat " inside had had kittens. 
Kainihes will happen In the iMst 



WIOMORE>— Tlie death occurred 
-yesterday at the Royal Jubilee Hos- 
pital cf FVhvard H. Wigmore. aged 
eighty -tour year^ a native of New- 
port, Isle of Wight, and a resident of 
Victoria for twenty-five years, his 
late re.sldcnce beiiiR 487 Stvu-dee 
.street, E.squimalt. Mr. Wigmore is 
survived by his wife at the family 
residence, and three sons, Richard 
Harding Wlcniore. Hull. ElnRland; 
Oeorco Arthur Wigniore, M'^eting 
Creek AltH : William Wigmore, re- 
siding at 1412 Craddock Street, Es- 
quimalt; one daughter. Miss Mary 
WlRrnore. Hull England, and ten 
sraiulchildif n The funeral will lake 
plac- from tli-^ 'ITiomson Funeral 
containing chapel on Monday aftemoonwat 3 
o'clock. Interment will be- nkde in 
the Cotwoed Bui-ial P ark. 



LANGFORD. March 10.— A. O. 
Mackie, for ten ysaa pr e sid e n t of 

the branch, for five years honorary 
vice-president of the Povlncial 
Command, and at {^resent aone 
TepTTsentattTe of the TlctorU Dis- 
trict Council of the Canadian 
Legion, on Tuesday wa« lionored 
by the Mnee Vdward Branch here. 
He was presented with the meri- 
torious medal of the Canadian 
Legion, With palm leaf. The branch 
also pRls.sed a resolution a.sking the 
Dominion Command to confer the 
highest honor of the Isfflpn 00 Com- 
rade Mackie. 

In his presentation speech. Presi- 
dent Al.sdorf sketched the activities 
of Comrade Mackie in many direc- 
tion! IS the Interasta of •■•eervlee 
men generaily. 

Mrs. Marshall, pre.sident of the 
Woinen.s Auxiliary, pre.eiited Mrs. 
Mackie, for many years an in- 
defatigable worker for the auxiliary, 
with the past peealdent's badge of 
the W.A. I 



B. A. McKelvie Urges ten- 
tralization in Victoria of 
Mining Activity 



Lack of faith on the part of the 
peopkT df Victoria Iji lUie Immense 

TrHnlng possibilities of Vancouver 
Island was criticised by HsMtf K 

McXeiVte~ln ''ah addrsas osi Uie Is- 
land's mines and mineral wealth, 
given to members of Uie Heal iiitate 
Board of Victoria at lunch in Spen- 
cer's dining-room yesterday. 

'Ikr. M. F. Bancroft states that 
there are 3,500 square miles of Van- 
couver Island worthy ol attentlon. 
What are wo of Victoria fdfiif to do? 
Are we going to continue to neglect 
these po.s.slblHtles?" Mr. McKelvie 
aiked. in urging that mining activity 
should be .centralized in Victoria, 
rather than that 'the ores from the 
West Coast and other goldflelds 
should be shipped to Vanoo^veF- 
Seattle and Tacoma. 

If ^ Victoria would only seb.e the 
opportunity that was presenting It," 
the .stimulant to the business of the 
city that urgently needed, 

would be given, tiie sp e afc ei declared. 

In thi.s direcUoii. the Real E.state 
Board could do much to a.'.^ist. ho 
said. If, In no other way, the board 
could aid development'by . killing the 
p e sBli i iism t i at was l ilii a er l ii g mUi - 
eral expan.sion and turning away 
great wealth that was ready for that 
purpose. 

MNFRAI, BKUS 
Cieologital .sur\c.\i had -siiuun ihai 
there were four great mineralized 
beds all running parallel to the 
Rocky Mountains, eaebi about sixty 
mi>fi in width. Mr. McKehie ex- 
plained, llie fourth of these bods 
was the West Coast of Vancouver 
i Island and Uie Queen Charlotte Is- 
lands. 

The siieaker passed in review the 
early gold mining activities on tlie 
Island from the day In M81, when 

J. D. Pemberton i)icked up .samples 
of gold-beajlng quartz withm twen- 
ty-five miles of Victoria. He told of 
the early mining at Coldstream 
when, with the crudest of equipment, 
men were making $4 and $5 a day; 
of .stampedes to other (xirt.s of the 
province, and of the first real lode 
gold excitement on the Island in 
1186, In the ylelnity of the Albemi 
Canal. 

In an aside, Mr. McKelvie stated 
that there was definite evidence to 

show that from 1790 to HO."), durlni; 
the Spanish occupancy of the Island. 



at lea.st $2,000 000 worth of gold had 
beeiiLahipped from Nootka. 

RLONDIKK BUSH 

In 181>.i aic.i; mil lu gold on the 

tWest Coa st wese discovered, and 
were operated fee ite or a e e en > e^ , 

favorable reports as to the probable 
permanency ol the \eiii.s b» ing made 
by eminent ge<)lot;i:>Ls and engineers. 
But then came the Klondike rush, 
and men ooiDd not be paid to stay 
dn the Island. The' mtaeia' iM for 

the Klondike. ""^ — - 

"There is noUiing so hard to 
resurrect as a mine that has been 
worked .and abandaned." the speaket 
continued.- "Because we never will 
believe thai there is anything good 
in our oN^ ii ba( kyard, we sajt-there iS 

nothing here: Pgr forty yeara we 
have done iiothlng: worse than thgt, 

we have discouraged those who 
would develop our nnning resources. ' 

As proof of the existence of gold 
in great quantities on the Island, 
Mr. McKelvie related the stories of 
recent developments on the West 
Coast, mentioning that the first 
4.800 pounds of rock taken out of 
the Privateer Mine had produced 
$2,005, and that this mine to date 
had produced over $750 000. For Its 
size, the Privateer Mine wa.s the 
richest mine In Canada today, lie 
asserted. ' 

NEW PROPERTIED 

Following down the arms and 
sounds of the W est Coast, Mr. Mc- 
KeA^le referred to • new properties 

that were being opened up. and the 
pos6ibilitio6 lor- Immense develop- 
ment. Further discoveries of rich 
ore had been made at Cowici&n 
Lake, too, he^ated. 

TItc makiiips of a big mine existed 
a.s clase to Victoria as GoldsUcam,- 
he- declared. Recently $23.64 a ton 
had been received for three and one- 
half tons of ore taken^ off the drmrp 
that had been Ivtng there for forty 
vears. ' Yet people still declare that i barrier 




sum UL 

Ellsworths Wakins Venture 
MM 73,000 Square 
MUet to U.S. Flag 



Three members of the EUsworth- 
Wilk.ns locciu Antarctic expedition 
pas&ed tiirough Victoria yesterday 
on the waty to ihefr aeveral heane. 

They arrived here on the Canadian - 
Austral, ilaii liner Apra<il, from 
R\ dney. The party consisted of Dr. 
H. T. Rhoads, physician, Everett, 
Wash.; B. J. Trerlde, airplane pilot 
and mechanic, Amherst, Nova 
Scotia, aixl F. C. field, wireless 




r SAVE $aoB ^ 

f WeCHerOnelSaS A 



lilt re is nothing in Goldstream, that 
If t here weW ahylBTng 'there, t he 
old-timers would have had it." he 
said. 



-According to Culbertson 



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TKLKKK Miss Mary Telfei sister 
of Mrt>. Agne.s Uolby, |>a.ssed away 
yesterday at the home of her sister, 
Sen view Road. Ten Mile Point, aged 
.sixtv-.ilx years. She wa.s born In 
BaleriK). Kcoiland, and had bf > ii liv- 
ing ill this city for the past twenty- 
nine years. Private funeral services 
- III be held in Hayward's B.C. Pu- 
iiTal Chapet next Monday Rev. 
t' l e'i'. iu Pike official ing. aflei uhicli 
cremation will take place at the 
Royaj Oak Creipatorlum.- 



"Dear Ml. Culbert.son At the end 
of an evening of rubber r. bridge, 
wj^ereln my partner and I wore well 
ahead. North gajrly dMOt tba follow- 
ing hand: 

"North, dealer. 

"9oth sides vuinerable, 
NORTH 

* 4 

a A q 6 4 2 
♦,ri 

WEST .. yj^FT 
AK7& 4SJ982 
V Q 6 V 7 r4 3 

♦ K J 9 » J — 7 

♦ K 8 3 jfc Q J 10 4 

SOUTH ,_ 
A A q 10 C t 
— » 10 t ^ 

♦ 10 • 

« A 8 5 2 



•The bidding: 



North 
1 W 
2 
4 

6 

Rdbli 



Nil 

NT 



Bsst 

Pa.s."5 
Pass 
Pass 



Pass 



Soijith 
1 A 
2 

Pass 
Pass 



West 
Pa.s.'; 
.Pass 
Pass 
Double 
Pasa- 



BENTHAM— The funeral of Mrs. 

Ke/ia Bonlham was held on Priday 



"I would have been pleased to 

stop at two or three no trump, but 
when my partner, in a spirit of 
light-hearted glee, went to four, I 

decided I would humor the rogui.sli 



af'crnoon from McCall Bros.* Fu- .fellow- and we wound up as you .^ee 



nfral Home, Rev. James Hood con- 
id ucUng the service, during which 
the hymhs, "Safe In the Arms of 

Je,su.s" and "Blest Be the T - That 
Binds ■■ were .'Ung ' The old HiiKSed 
Cross' was al:.<> sung as a olo by 
Mrs. B. Deane- Freeman. Interment 
was nnidr-m Cotwood Burial rark 
^^llh the following as pallbearer.s 
li r Derry. R. McVle. L. Howe. H. 
silbiifn: J. Maynard and P. X Sicfip- 



three worthless eluba from my 

hand. 

Then, feeling that maybe there 
was a Santa Cl.ius after all, I led 
the singleton spade. East playing 
the nine artd South covering with 

t*ie ten. West took hLs khis and 
now it did not matter what he led 
hack. He cho.se the diamond, and 
my diamond and club aces and 
three remaining .spades took the 
rest . 

"Aside from my partner's exuber- 
ant bidding and the unheard-of lay 

of the oppoiing card.*., shouldn't 
West have opened witb the bottom 
of his three cImIm ^nf3^<^ jui t? 
-•'AM.J., Philadelphia." 

• _ > ... ■ - 

com et p o n dent's Suspicion that 
there is a .Santa Claas .seem.s lo 
cover the above ca.se. The MX noil 



TO HOLD JOINT 
mm^ HERE 



World Dominion Movement, .and 
British and Foreign Bible So- 
clety Here^ W ednesday 

Under the auspices of the Victoria 
MinLsterial Association, the annual 
gatherings of ' the World Dominion 
Movement and the Briti.sh and F'or- 
etpn Bible .Sodeiy will be held 
jointly in St Andrew's Presbyterian 
Church on Wednesday next. 

Tlie .special speaker at the gather- 
int;s will bo Rev Alexander McLel-sh, 
who Ls expected to deal with the 
general theme, "The Clentrallty of 
the Bible in World Evangelisation." 
At the afternoon meeting at .2:30 
the chair will be tak-n by Rev. J. L. 
W. McLean! and Rev. Canon Ohad- 
wick will' preside at the evening 
meeting at 8 odock. 

Mr. McLeish Is a noted auliiority 
on Indian Missions, having spent 
thirty years in that field, and is 
survey editor of the World Dom- 
inion Movement He t.s returning 
on the Empress of Caiwda from 
Madras, where he attended the 
great ml.s.slf>nary conference there, 
and IS expected to give first hand 
information of the .spiritual awak- 
ening among the depressed classes 
of India. 

An opportunity will be given at 
the afternoon meeting to meet Mr. 
McLeish. who l.s due to take part in 
.1 series of conferences* on the West 
Coast In a cross-continent jSurney 
to Now Vnrk en route to 'his head- 
quarters in London. 



FlYING BOAT COLLIDES 
WITH JUNK IN SIAM 



rump conrra'ei* waa'a t|em of purestF 



.•^on 



s rEPHENSON — Mrs^ Rosie Ste- 
phenson, of tel Ctilvmt Road, died 
at St Joseph s Hospital on Thurs- 
day aged forty -scven-yeerr Mrs. 

Si phen.son wa.'« born In County An-' 
trim, Ireland, and had been a>r.M- 
drnt of Victoria for twlnUf'Six vears 
Sh.' leaves her husbflhd. 'Winiam 
Ste'plirnson; nine .son.s and five i 



above. West's double, with black 
aces marked in the South hand, 
seems sotmd enough. 

"West npened the fourth best 
diamond, dummy went down, and I 
paired to appraise the extent of the 
disaster. With a record of zero per 
cent in fUicsM on cntlcal hands 
over the last twenty yeaii, I could 
see losing two .spade.s, a heart, two 
tliampnds and two or thre« clubs, 
leaving <me my four aces and -the 
heart king, or thereabouts. 

"However. I was in for it, and got 
my fir.st ^hock when m r:..(iiiond 
<ight took East's seven. My heart 
. ton was covered -by West's"ljueen 
I and North's king 1 led the low heart 
i.Mck to the nine and then returned 
to dummy by finesslng'the diamond 



daughters; aLso a 
si.^ters In Ireland. 



br< !her ^nd 
Tlie fuivral 



two I 
will 



queen. On thi.s trick Eia.st dr )pped a 
club and on the fifth_heart let go a 

take place on Mondav „.,„noon h^*^*"' ^ P^**"'^ 
from McCall Bros ' Funeral Home at [ VlVJ?,onjhe hearts I discarded at 
2 ©clock. Rev T H. McAllister will., 
conduct the service, and. Intermeht 
wU) be in Colwood Burial Part. 



t 

6ptiinism and I ventuic the opinion 
that^ it could not be fulfilled more 
than once in ten deal.s, a&suming 
that^the other twenty -Six cards were 
dealt St random to East- West. How- 
evei.'thls l.s the anti-climactic A 
RJ. stole my thuiidcr by admittingi 
all tht$ m advance. As to the ques- 
tion concenitng West's correct open- 
ing lead. I cannot agree that even 
with the other three suits having 
been bid, a low club opening was 
marked or logical From ^Wesllr 
pplnt of view ho would not be risk- 
ing a great deal by leading a dia- 
mond, even If the suit had been bid 
over hiin. be<ause whate\er fincji».sCJ> 
cxustcd probably could be Uken by 
tha declahv. whether or jiot the 
ruif wa.s opened. I do think, however, 
that A high diamond, the king or 
jack, would have been a great deal 
more logical than he :> ad of a low 
one. West's lei^^n m tiie suit tti 
coimection with North's bld-flMMle it 
probable th|it South was. very short, 
hence tt might l»e possible i«r 
.smother ^om** Intermediate card 
tsuch as tlie ten) In South's hand 
by seleeling the king or jack as the 
opening lead. Incidentally. I call 
attention to the fact that" this 
unorthodox, but logical, lead 
would have held declarer to two 
instead of three diamond tricki. A ' 
club lead, of course, would have |- 



U).NDON. March 10 »OP-Hav«M 
Tile Imperial Airways flying boat 
Carpentaria was damaged today as 
a result of a collision with a Chlne.«e 
Junk in the river at Bangkok. Slam, 
the company announced herp. The 
fl.vlng boat will be taken out of 
.service and replaced by another. 

Passengers and most of the crew 
were ashore a( the time of the col- 
lision. 



- Tlie-expedltion, which sailed for 
the Antarctic on August 16, returned 
to Hobart. Tasmania*, Fsbruary 4. 
Tlie trip was .^horlcncd considerably 
because of a serious^accidcnt belaU- 
ing one^of the MorveglAn sesmen 
The heSJth of the personnel had 
^leen ver^ good, I^. Rhoads reported 
and with the exception of one other 
accident his duties had bten igiht. 

Lli}coln BIswQrth returned to the 
United States by Mat.son lineT; Sir 
Hubert Wilkins is remaining m 
Australia, where he was boMh-tor a 
visit, while Chief Pilot Lymburner 
was a pa^>senger a& far as Honolulu, 
on the Aorangl. 

WYATT KARP SOLD 

llic Wyait Earp. the ship in 
which Ellsworth has made a num- 
ber of voyages to the Antarctic ue 
was .sold the Australian 
( ;()\ ri liinent, as wa.s the plane the. 
e xpedition carried. The Wyatt mrp, 
nineteen years old, is still In flrst- 
cla.s,s condition, the memt)ers of the 

party arriving here stated. 

On this last; expedition the ship 
took forty-n\e rUvs to pet thmugii 
the ice alter jKUs-sing Heard Island, 
i he Wyatt Earp made contact with 
Princess Elizabeth Land In latitude 
S. 69. longitude E. 79, and from that 
|x>uit the Antar<tic continent wa.s 
observed for a comideraMe distance 
inland. Ellsworth. Wilkins and Lym- 
btuner flying over vircin territory, 
as a resutt-iof JNThlch tlie explorer.s 
claimed 73.000 square miles of 
terrain for the United States flag 
The Antarctic continent is ex- 
pected to yield much valuable data 
meteoroJogicaUy in the future, and 
trom all Indications most minerals 

will be found there, the returning 
members of tlie expedition declared , 
but whether In economic quantities 

or not retnains to bo s» r-- 

FINE ADVBMLKE 

Dr. Rhoads is a graduate in rhedl- 

cine, cla-ss 1936, of Oregon Univer- 
sity, and is all set, he .said, to go 
with EUsworth and Wilkins anv 
time on a like expedition Both are 
fine leadens to be with. The adven- 
ture wit.s a splendid one. Trerice, a 
native of Amherst, Nova Scotia, was 
also keen about the leaders, but 
stated he didn't know about another 
experience of the same nature. He 
will go back to his flyhig of pisnes 
over the Northern Quebec country 
in any event and be ready for any- 
thing which may turn up. while 
Wlrelesa Operator Seld Is willing to 
fall In with Rhoads when requested. 
Tlie Wyatt Earp. he told newspaper- 
men, was in touch with civilization 
at all times, through New York, 
Bergen or Hobart. while the recep- 
tion was good at all times. 



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Smke Legion to < 

SjMmor Picture 

' I ' . 

SOOKE. March 10 Hie regular 
meeting of the Sooke Branch. Ca- 
li^adlan Legion, was^held on "Htesdsy 
evening. President J. A. Law- 
Beattle occupied t|he chair. The 
legion will .sj>.i .i a motion picture 
«how with sound pictjufea, on Mon- 
day, -March 13, at ' 8 pjn , In the 
Mam Srx>ko Hail 

The collection taken will be for 
the benefit of. the Sookc Children's 
Christmas tretf'fund.' 



REVENUES FOR Y€Aft- 
HIGHER AT COURTENAY 

COURTENAY, Jdarcjj 10. — Oen- 
erai revenues at OotirtenaT during 

19:iR amounted to almost $21,900^ 
marly $1..^00 more than the pre» 
vious year, according to the audl» 
tor's statement passed by the city 
eotmcil in regular session this week. 
Mo^t of this increase came from 
trade licences, real pro|)erty taxes 
bfing actually doWtt $300. Expen- 
ditures were lower by $1,400. Light 
and waU'i^ revenues also improved 
slightly over 1037. 

sinking fund investmehi^ seeurl* 
tie.s eam#»d an average of $l)06''{>er 
month durlm; 1938, and the total 
sinking funds now exceed by-taw 
requirements by 88J00. 

Sale of city-o\\ tie ! tax lands also 
.'howcd a substantial im reuse with 
some $5,000 remaining on the book.s 
compared with $8,000 at the end dl 
1036. Assessed value Of tilO 10^ Bttf 
held by tj^e ntv liliint^lH tO PP_ 
pioxlniatoly $2.'i,000. 

Cwfent^ peeiMan^of^tiMndty at the 
e nd of the y ear was revealed as 
$10JM cash on hand, current ac- 
counts, etc, against whuh .stood In- 
debtednessofjjyso, of which only 
$2,900 was due. 



KM UVBB8 AlK .MAIL 

BTROUDSBURG. Pa. March W 

'■T* .- A letter dl.spatched by Vamrr 
pigeon from Chester. Fa. — WJiiie 100 
miles away -was returned by mail, 
becau.se .somewhere en route thg 
pineon wa.«! killed by a hawk'. Peter 
I>cvore sa A the hawk on a foiies 
and killed him with a rock. He 
found thd pigeon In the hawk'a 
claws and fetumed the letter. 



S M I T H - M a n y .sympathising 
frl^nd-s attenrtpfl th.^ funeral .serv- 
Kci held for Mr." Marearet .Ann 
Smith yesterday afternoon in Hav- 
wawH s m . 9 . P i uiii ol ClutueL l!£tj 

Rev S H Elllolt. Denn . : Colum- 
bia, off I 'If! ted, and «,>proprlate 
l,.\iiuu wcro sung. -After the serv» 
ices, cremation took place -at~the 
Royal Oak Crematorium, and later 
the Incinerated remains xiil tie In- 
terred In the family. ,:plot in Roes 
Bay deWfiry. ? 

an N AZAXitK mneeTTiiawh^ 

The new 30.000-toh South At- 
lantic Uner Pa-steur was damaged 
yesterday by fire ot undeMpliad 
origin which at one time threatened 
to ignite a large qushUty of crude 



. IHorry Saps 

The Nervous Systen 

Wiirry orer hiisint-.ss nr lioiidehoM 
dull' ?, ."U'Men iilioi k, tlje in>rine 
quest for pleasure, the fooltsb at 
tetiti't to put a week of normal life 
iotGLlweatxioiir hoars,. fefertsK s( 
tivity^ the deaiaad for Mnsational 
bterafure are ilT eondnciVe lo »K« 
aggravation of wsar.aad tsar on tke 
nrrrouiiyslejp. 

If Tou »rti tini, ItatlaM, nerrous, 
sod worried why not gire kiilburn • 
Heahk-sttd Nerrs Piito ■ ehaaea to 
pet yo« oa your feet agaia. 
They ars a body btiiMiag, n^rra 
strengtheaiag tooie containiag ths 
[is] cleacata for tU aervous 



beautiful but. as I have aid 
could not have been selected on the 
basis of logic. 

TOMORRQW'8 ilAND 

Sou'Ji, dealer. — =vt. 

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TheMaily Colonist 



uxjMtytn mult meet, will ptn^ lor ttatn kM 

b€en no solution offered to wipe out these save 
through a prucM« ol uiiiiicaUon of eqatfol which 

iio«ptr tolMMnqp 

duplication of service*, Th*re are facie reapcct- 

Ing political control that, leemlngly, leave th^ with the pUot dead and no direct 
OoMiHaniit onpertiu^ei. BeOavM ©f It Mm debt | iyt-mui^kUir vi aniaieaaBnt-^hich 

of the Canadian National Railways was $117,982 



itelte0 UaMUty 

<l L. Talt. Managing Oireclor 



yearly 
Moothij 



SiUMcripuoo Ratfa.oy City Oarrl«rt 



$12.00 

■ ■ I 100 

payable m adtanca. Mall ■nbiertbcn 
li nake tU rcmituneae direct la The 

— - Dally ColonUt 

-lubscnbe-a tn ordering change ol afldre« should be 
particular to give both uld and new addreMea. 
Subsrriplloii RatP* i-y Mali: 
To Canada. Briu«n CmpUe. United Staiat aad Mexico: 
Vearly - , ' ■^«*nft 

MBit YMriy J — , ^ i TTT irTTM IjOO 

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"BLAMSItAllO DAY' 



Onjiarch ii, isso, a young EnglUhman entered 

th% Kate of Fort Victoria accompanied by an es- 
^ cort of n«v«l-efficerB,~ and read a proclamation 

to tilt ailimnHil iiirTiiitii of (hi ffidite^Bay 

Company, who regarded the ceremony moii: as 



a novelty than a circumstance of political im 

portanea. VH H atfalfled tha Mth In the newfyji^^ 'liiunUlatlng." 



per mile, of road, Includlngthe debt to the^ov- 
emowfAtia al'Baembar ll. IVU. fSxelualTa of 

the debt to the Government, the* debt owing 
directly to the public was $52,510 per mile. Class 
one railroads In the United States had a debt of 
$46,208 per mile on December 31, 1934, and on the 
same date the Canadian Pacific Railway .Com- 
pany had a debt of $28,401 per mile. 
The Can«dUn NatlmLt) J^irayi tort l8WrB7 

last year through the operation of eleven hotels. 
The nationally-owned system as a whole failed 
.tjB~wgn i f an e pa tatin g ooala tai' IMl,- IMS and 

1933, to say nothing of failure to earh any Inter- 
est to pay on its indebtedness. Most of the factf 
iMrtnr^ df tut tfaAmiitraeion orthe system 
are sufficiently gTave to arouse the taxpayers 
from one end of the country to the other. Mr. 
DaAdVhmd, and the Oovammant which ha rep- 
resents, does not want imlfication of control of 
the two transcontinental systems. The Conserv- 
atives, according to their platform, do not want 
such control. It is small wonder that BCMtor 
MelKhcn should characterize Senator Dandur- 
ancl s statemaut that di^u^un of unification is 

The Senate, Mr. 




created Colony of Vancouver's Island of thf l i.stl- Meighen say.s, Is not affected by the resolutions 



tutlons of Government. The anxilve^sary of that 
'•rent drawi more attcntioiffdday than It did at 
the time of Its happening. It is right and proper 
ttiki should be so, for we are able to look back 
and evaluate the worth of that Initiation of t^uth- 
ority on the Western seaboard. We ^acr from 
th' t day the growth of tha poUiC loltitUUOns 
that scf.ve us now .^ ^ . 

It was a disappointing 4ay to the chief -etor 

In the flr.st .scene of the drama of govern;nent 
here. Mr. Richard Blanshard, who owetl his ap- 
pointment as governor to the influence of the 
Hudson's Bay Company with the Colonial Offleer 
had anticipated much and found hut little when 
li^L^arovcd &t ^^^^ p'l^tff^^'^ trafling nf Fnrt 
Victoria. Hia dlslllualon«ent-waa fuett that he 
quitted hl.s post after a year, during which time 
he bombarded the Home Government with oole- 
ful lettera of complaint. No person can, with 
Ju.'tlce, blame young Mr. Blanshard. for ilia, lad- 
ing of grievance. He had expected to find a 
populous place where, with the aid of a legislative 
council, he could devise means for the develop- 
ment of a new colonial nation, and where proper 
dignity would surround his position. Instead he 
found that he was tolerated rather than respec- 
ted Hp was powerle.«!s to carry out plans for the 
development, of responsible institutions. He ha d 
no recourse but to raslgn. A man of fine char- 
actfr, Mr Blan.vhnrd waa JUSt a few year^ ahead 
of his time. Had he been the governor appointed 
to succeed Sir James Dougl^ rather than to be 
the predei^essor of that Illustrious adminlstratsr, 
It is likely that Mr. Blanshard'.s tenure would have 
•been greatly distinguished by wisdom, forbear- 
ance and sympathetic vnderataodlng of public 
nced.i. 

The account of the birth of govenvment on the 
Pacific Coast was written by Mr. Blanshard hlm- 
.'Pif In a dispatch to the Coftm lal Office from Fort 

Victoria, April 8. . ' 

"I beg to Inform you of my arrival at Victoria, 
the settlement of the Hudson's Bay Company in 
Vancouver Island, on the 10th March, ultimo, In 
H.M.S.. Drtter, ' he wrote. 

"On ith^tth I landed, and read my commission 
In the presence of Commander Johnson. Of H.M.S. 
Driver, and the officers and servants of the Hud- 
son's Bay Company. 

"No lodging being ready for me, I have been 
compelled to remain on board the Driver, during 
her stay In the Colony, and took the opportunity 
of vi.siiing Fort Rupert, a new settlement which 
has been formed at Beaver Harbor, for the pur- 
pose of working the coals with Which the north - 
eastern part of the Island Ha-aaM to abound." . 

The Institution of control by the Crown meant 
that British freedom and Uberty were guaranteed 
to the Individual. 8uch~could only be safe- 
guarded by establishment of courts, and Mr 
Blanshard's first official duty was to appoint 
magistrate. In selecting Dr. J. S. Helmcken/i 
the first Judicial dignitary of the colony, o|q' 
ernor Blaxishard chose a man who was to pla^^a 
most Illustrious part in the development 'hf 
responsible government from the rude founda 
tlons upon which it wa.s laid Dr Helmckcn. who 
was the first appointment made by. Government 
here, acted as the first Speaker of the Legislative 
Assembly when democratic adminl.stratlnn had 
its beginnings, aiid was one of the negotiators 
of Confederatlpn In 1870. His whole life was one 
of service In o/fice ,uul in ministering to the sick 
and needy. lii remembering "Blanshard Diay. " 
which la an annual event with the British Colum- 
bia Historical A.s.sociation. the name of Dr. 
Helmcken, the first magistrate - the premier 
representative of British Juctice, and all that It 
meana— la not forgotten. 



of political party conventions. He characterizes 
Mr. Dandu rand's stat amant as "the most dlsas 
trous" the QovatiM <BiaiJipd ar had atar 

the Senate. 



nn imiATioN in spain 



The war within a war in Spain is the dying 
agony-ofr th e R e p u hll as ih ea m ai I t aa pl al n s-to 

those who remained unconvinced for so long 
something^ the character of the elements that 

make up the rappu'rteri uf Ilia OM BpailMi QHiT'fmittCfft much has' been 
ernm ent. That Government had strange bed 



fellows In Its efforts, to rule Spain — Syndicalists, 
Cqn^munlsts, Socialist s, Anar chists. It w.as a 
conglomeration which, however radical as a 
whole, and which, however well It held together 
while hope remained, is now disrupted in the face 
of adversity. General Frahco 
engaged in the task of-destroylnjg one another. 
It Is a new installment of the carnage that has 
been Bpalnis for over two years and a half. 

General Franco can compel complete surrender 
within a few weeks. He has delayed an attack on 
Madrid and Valencia In the hope that peaceful 
counsels will prevail. It is far from peace within 
the Republican camp, where through the new 
strife that has arisen, any power that existed for 
prolonging the civil war is speedily on the wane. 
The Republicans have now learned what it means 
to have enlisted the Communists as allies, and 
vice .versa. To the world the whole war has be« 
come a sensele.ss thing and there is a realization 
that It Is full time to close this chapter in Span- 
ish history. The business of the country should 
be that of rebuilding on the ruins of war. That 
iask is within the power^f General Franco and 
his victorious legions, and jlo one else, provided 
he permits no outside intarference with the pur- 
poses he has in view. 



oeeuired ten months ago, it It un- 
likely that the exact rau.ses of tlio 
Zeballos- bound plane crash wi ll eve r 
be determined. Bcporta at the.tfi&e 
spoke of log-ovCT a wide aiaa^ ef 
low-lying, shifting clouds; of ob- 
servers on tiie ground who ^aw a 
plane circling in the mist and then 
disappear: of others who thought 
they heard the noise of Its motors, 
followed by silence. Only the pilot 
of thfr, machine and iili companions 
oould have teeUfled with acciiiaey as 
to UvB. precise conditions In the air 
at the "TffiiS'Tnd place concerned. 
That testimony Is forever removed. 
It Is fair to believe that the pilot did 
all that any man could to land his 
passengers safely, and that circum- 
stance or a combination of circum- 
stances defeated him. The records 
of flying will show similar tragedies, 
leaving heartache a^ uneertalnty 
In their wakes. The sympathy of all 
thinking peei>le vUl go out to the 
relatives Of the four victims of Cie 

crash. ■• ■ ■ - . 

- ™ — • 'N- • 



The Chairman of the Board of Governors of 
the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation says that 
this year 85 per cent of Canada s population will 
be adequately served by jradlo broadcasting; pre- 
sumably he means by the C B C. In the mean- 
time are those who are not being served to be 
taxed for the fact of having radlb seta .without 
the aMUty to hear what the C3.C. haa to offer? 



Life will frequently languish, even in the hands of 

the busy, If they have not some employment .subsidiary 
to that which forms their main pursuit— Blair. 



The Weather 



Meteorc logical Office. VtctoHa, B.Or-at 7:0a-pattn 
March 10. 1938. ^ » 

SYNOPSIS OP WEATHER conditions 

A deep deprr.s.sion i.> rent red norfli of Queen Char- 
lotte Island.s caii-sing gales on the Coa.st with showers, 
while over thi Interior of British Columbia the weather 
has been mostly fair and somewhat mUder. it re- 
mainA moderattiy ee ld throughout the Prairie Prov- 
inces. 

PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURES 
(Precipitation for twelve hours to .5:00 p m.; tempera- 
tures for twenty-four hours). 

, Precipitation MIn. Max. 



MJUZZLINO IIIK 8LNATE 



/ 



The St n.ite is to icuune it.s inquiry into the 
railway problem, but Senatnr Dandurand. the 
Gavemment leader In that hou.se. says that gW-^ 
ing any attention to the proposal for unification 
of control of the tran.scontiiiental .systems would 
be superfluous. -Uuil4c*^u opposed by the 
Government. because It wants the CanadlahTIa- 
t tonal Railwa>.s to continue to be controlled polit- 
ically Senator Dandurand's |<tatcment will tend 
to dcstrtjy a pttblic bejkf .thaW4h« Benate la^iidre 
^ bro ad-minded than the House f>f Common.s since 
parti&an!)hlp makes him decr«e that what should 
be In the nature or a Judicial inquiry Is to be 
icstricted by eliminating from Con.slder.ntion the 
most important angle of the railway problem. It 
. is aii unheard of attitude to take, inasmuch as 
■ - « Mrcady the time 6rHTf Senate Committee. has 
.been occupied- Itt^haa rtng" -argument 1" ^O""'- 

unlhcatlon. ^-'^ — — : 

Senator Dandurand. In company with thl.Qox- 
rrnment of which 1m» Is one of the pruminenf 
spokesmen, ought .to be wUUng that every cuu- 
structive suggestion regarding relief (rom the 
burden of railway los.scs should be 



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Prince George 
Estcvan Point . 
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Langara . 

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Portland 

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apokape 
Ponllcton 

Vernon 

Kelowiia 

Graxxl Forks 

Nelson 

Kaslo 

Cranbrook .... 

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Swift Current ... 

Mor.se Jaw 

.Sa.vkatoon _ 

Q»: Appelle — 

y/iniilpeg 

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Ottawa - 

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Hallfax 

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Maximum 

Avemgc 
Minim um on the gn»f .s . . 
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Vancouver Island has something to 
learn from Uie grim lc;s&on. It Is 
that where flying depends upon 
TliHftr"*'^yVfr " ■hftiii^ -fc*. con- 
fined to days of good vtklbillty along 
the routes to be flown. A more cer- 
tain and more permanent way is to 
complete the air navigational ald» 
without which f lying must remain 
risky, save in c l e ar w ea t hw. That 
is a Jyb for technicians and their 
advice should be follow^. Nowa- 
days by means of riullo beams, radio 
beacons, weather reports and route 

done to 

eliminate weather hazards In com- 
merlcal flight. Vancouver Island 
has not yet had more than sketchy 

tlons such as Mt. Douglas and Ob-' 
servatory Hill, more or le.vs on the 
Vancouver-Victoria route, and siml- 
i n wa y rt l ha v e 
to be taken Into account. Radio 
beams, of course, would eliminate 
much of tile necessity for marking 
precise cont act points on the ground. 
Kivlng clear routes with unobstructed 
courses at certain altitudes. The 
alternate plan is to spot obstructing 
height,s with radio beacons, a some- 
what cosily business In a land as 
rough and hilly as Vancouver Island. 
Where fixed routes are flown, there 
should at least be some a.ssurance 
that the distance can be covered, fog 
or no fog. That can come only 
through air navigational devices on 
the ground— part of the el»'mentnry 
ground rails of modern flying. It is 

a Job for ^perts. 

• *' « 

The subject opens a mdcli larger 
vista than the need.s of Vamouvcr 
Island Itself. Flying Is becomhig so 
general In Canada, so much depended 
'ipnn in the North and at outlying 
points, that the Dominion .sooner or 
later .should examine carefully the 
whole pt-oblem of air navigational 
aids. NO doubt the Dominion has 
done so in part, but the publlr ha.s 
not as yet been Informed of any 
deflnltely estnbllsheti programme to 
provide over a term of years the 
ground contacts that Canada will 
require ia place public flying beyond 
hazard. Along the hne of the Trans- 
Canada airway air navigational aids 
are established, and have been well 
conceived. That Is a good beginning, 
but only a rommencement. Flying, 
off the main airway, is still In tiie 
stage of flic .'•teamships before their 
lighthouse.s, bell buoys, automatic 
wireless beacons, channel markers" 
and other miirliie navigational de- 
vice.s were pui in. Up and down the 
length of Canada's Pacific seaboard 
air navigational aids will be a neces- 
sity, not alcne for the benefit if the 
Dominion herself, but aLso a.*? *n act 
of International courtesy. Cana<j|a> 
unofflclal Paciflc airway is now]|b«lng 
widely flown. It Is a big task, but 
one that must be faced, even if < nly 
a piece at a time. Public flylnt nay 
yet have to be resulcted to nkrked 
flirway8,.-aa»a at the risk ofittiose 
flying. ' 

• «' A . 

cities hav< 



For the la.st regular broadcast be- 
fore the S{Hlng season the famed 
MetropoUtan Opera O umpUT w i ll 
present GulMppe Verdi's immortal 
four-act opera, "Rlgoletto," adapted 
Irom Victor Hugo's drama, "Le Roi 
Amaif.".;^The tttsl^pertorman^e 
took place at Venice on March 11, 
1851, exactly elghty-i'ighl years ago, 
and was immediately acclaimed. 

WHIton te fetty daya. Verdi's 
music Ijs the work of genius, both by 
Inspiration and construction. An 
Interesting event for the premier 
was that of the hidden aria which 
was not shown even to the flrst 
•'Duke"— Slgnor Coletll, untlj two 
hours before the curtain. . This aria 
was Xfie~roIIlcklhg ^Ta^Dohha e Mo^ 
bile," w hi< h when heard, was termed 
as a true Venetian melody and was 
heralded -as Ihe MgMlght of the 
opera. 

Many renowned artists have made 
sok> debuts In its prtnelpal relet. 
The forever luminous Enrico Caruso 
sang his first tones In the Metro- 
politan as the "Duke," and was fol- 
lowed by Oalll-Curci. Marlon Tally 
and Tito Schlpa. 

Today's cast could hardly be im- 
proved upon, as It featilres stars of 
the opera world known to all lis- 
teners. The opera will be kung in 
Italian and will be conducted by 

Maestro Bttmra PaalHL ^ , 

TBS CAST 



not the funds to ac- 
complish this purpose. Provinoes 
were not asked to tostall docks or 
lighthouses for marine ve.--sf/ls on the 
coa.<its that fell within their boun- 
darlr.v It Is a national problem, and 
one that, in the opinion of this col- 
umn, should be met in a national 
way. To b? fair about it, uw would 
be well Inclined to believe that the 
operating bmins and Inltiatiye that 
have conspired to give us the Trans- 
Canada airway, will not be found 
-l»?kfnr-in the longer but no less es- 
sentlal task There are certato mlnl- 
imum sUndards of-puMIc s aftty 16 b e 
met In t he ai >, IIi o b s ^ sUudaiQs 



marked 
it is very largely 



31 



tncr 

'Vnncnurrr 
rp Ir • 
I Kamlrnpc 

; fair. 



examined, j Prince Oeorg^-Barcmete, 
Moreover, the people have the right to expe ct i _ ' _ ' V 

reeammmdatlons from .^he BRUti Conmlttae I dmldy*^ Rupert-BaroiptterJIJg: 



from >the BfllAti COHtmlttae 

that will be free from party bias Obviously, from 
wtiat-aoMMw U to a decree Issued by the Govern- 
ment leader In the Sehate. that wUl be. Impos 

: 'atWe-and for that leason 4h» t su a ts -4lK|<rify 
ffniht as well be abandoned. 

It Is because the Canadian National Railways 
•Ma eoBtfolled poUUcaUy that tMIHUhvay prob- 
»rm has reached its present grave position Pol- 
itics, seemingly, are to continue to play their 

9Hrt, tad tlMNlHt tiM iNBfy toMW, whteB 



La ngara— Barometer, 

snow ln8. „1 
Bstevan Point 

fi^<jiy. 

Tatoosh— Barometer, 

cloudy 



BftroTTieter, 2ti mr •;« mtl. SF, . Zl nwWs. 
Bsromr trr. 

29.42: wind. 8.. 8 mUes; 

miles r 
18 miles; 



It 70; wind. NE. fl mtle.s; 



'<hoQid be maintained, or else flying 

should be restricted to 
roul?.v At present 
privjxtf. , utfi pns- and firtSlJft iDUla- 
tive that have been buildloK whPt 
might roughly be termed Canada ^ 
llghthouseg pf tj^c air That .should 
not continue at this , stage of the 
«wtft development of commercial 
flight. If there Is a national plan 
already. in exfcitence. it should be 
mad(> a great deal el^arer than it 
I h!\,^ been as yet. If there Is not a 
Ideflnlt* Programnjfcrjtteng which 
I (-'"■ogrcsa can-be made \f^t bv vrar, 
|CanHTra sfiSuMIoee no tiin'- m draft- 
I inff one Tlip i- i»- '^an that 
j we may climb up into and um only 
Uu -pr npnrti eii ee we make e 
and p?rman<>nt arranperrents on the 
grmmtt-- Air trflffle ii««fl»-TJ»fiB?: 
liKhtiif,!),*^-. uir.i.-s'- :.;atlons. and. 
.abovf. Bii R prognastre nstlcnat coni-jintlng metody. 
; aciouanwd. - Vai KO uv e r Island bus ^""^ 



Gllda Lily Pons 

^e Duke Jan Kiepura 

Rlgoletto Lawrenoe TIbbett 

ACT i 

The scene Is set in tlie Ducal Pal- 
ace m Mantna, Italy, during^ the sbi- 

teenth century. Amid the gaiety of 
light-hearted music and laughter 
the Duke enters with one of his 

courtiers, and .sings of the lair 
Countess Cep;ano in the graceful^ 
and charming "Queita o" Quella" 
(••Mid the Fair Throng"). The 
courtiers dance a stately minuet, 
during which the Duke joins in with 
the Countess as the Jealous husband 
stands by. The hunch-backed Rlgo- 
letto now enters and taunts the in- 
dignant Count; but he is quickly ac- 
cused of hkving a mistress. The 
Rosslps tell of his nightly visits, but 
this is Interrupted as the aged 
Count Monterone bur-^t.-, m and tells 
how hljs daughter has been dlsiion- 
ored by the Duke. The Duke orders 
his immediate arrest as Blgoletto 
mocks him. 

ACT n 

The scene is Rlgoletto's humble 
dwelling at the end of a deserted 
street. Ollda. the jester's daughter, 

Ls awaitin)? her father in the en- 
closed courtyard, for it Is she who 
Is the mysterious charmer of Rlgo- 
letto. The Jester opcn.s the Kate and 
enters, being cheerfully greeted by 
Gllda. The Duke, who has been 
watching from outside, slips into the 
courtyard and learns of the rela- 
tionship as Rlgoletto departs. The 
Duke comes out of Ms hiding place 
and Joins Gllda in the beautiful 
duet, 'E II Sol Dell Anima" ("Love" 
Is the Sun 'j: He then tells her 
that he is "Walter Malde," a poor 
student, and departs singing a ten- 
der farewell. Left a^one, drcaimng 
Of her lover, OUda stogs the favor- 
ite coloratura aria, "Caro Nome ' 
(•'Dearest Name"). 

Tlie courtiers arrive fUlly maskejd, 
led by Ceprano. Rlgoletto unex- 
pectedly enters and Is told that they 
are about to aduct Countess Ce- 
prano lor the Dul|^. Rlgoletto Joins 
the plot as the eourflers cUmb over 
his own wall and carry olT his 
daughter, Uilda. Rlgoletto, iiiKling 
himself alone runs frantically mto 
the house as he remembers Monte - 
rone's curse. 

ACT III 

In a .salon in the ducal palace, 
the Duke laments his los.s in the 
very effective aria " I'arnii Vedcr le 
Lagrime ' ("Bach Teir That Falls"). 
MaruUo and the ^urtiera enter 
with a rousing chorus, "Scorrendo 
Unite Remota Via "i V'Oa Mischief 
Bent"), and tell th^. Duke of their 
abduction. Hearing this, the Duke 
rushes out to And his beloved Gllda. 
The hunchback now enters, and try- 
ing to hide hl.s crlef, gives way to 
his feelings In the raging "Cortlgl- 
anl, Vll Razza" '"Vile Race of 
Courtiers"). SuddeiUy Gllda emerges 
from the Duke's apaxtment and 
run-s to her father. The courtiers 
leave as O^da tells her father of 
her lover who has followed her fmra 
churth In the aria "Tuttc le Peste" 
("On Every Festal Morning '^ 

The Count Monterone passes 
.through the hall, bring led to his 
execution, as Rlgoletto cows venge- 
ance on the Duke. 

A( T IV 

Inside the old uw, Sporshtcile. 
the assasi^. is seateSr polishing his 

.'word Rigole|to and Gllda arrive, 
ouiside while the Duke, disguised as 
a soldier, enters' arid toudly calls for 

wme. While bolng . erved by Mad- 
dalena. Sparalaciles .slsler, Lhe 



38 J2: 




29 68: 



Ifniies : 

W., 18 tallies; 



Port lafid— Barometer. 29 86; winA S. 20 niile.«.. rain- 
in* 

.Seatilr naromrter. 28.76, w'u.d lE 14 miles, raln- 

iiic 

San Frandseo-BarMMter. 30,18 :frind, W 



learned pojtlence but it will not re- 
main forever »- land unknown on 
the air map ef Canada. Tliat Is the 
real lesson to be drawn frcm tbe 
Zebalfc. ^irash. It need not have 

happer-d If nir na-. loplfonnl aids 
were in it w.-iid nrM, lil^dy hare 
token r>^ACf Probably no w w i iti y 
could mark alf route* co vering all - •?^'","*''^.^y> * 
conUngenciei". but air meTTpoutes I dressed 
can be fnpetl. and Zebnllos I5 an alr>> 
mail ro\ife Off marked 
Canada f<houId 



not 



5 an 
Birwivs 
hesitate to 



., 18 mlle^t- ground all BiaejMnes oh ftPa-flylK t **'*'*^ snd-m 
aaye, - " I saek with lt« 



Duke sing s one il i oie gong love 
Olid women in the great c ynical air 
"La Donna c Momile"- i^iWoman.ls 
Fickle"). Maddalena Irta with Lhe 
Duke as. Oilda..an d her father ove r- 
hear hu grdent declarations. The 
four voice* blend in perhaps the 
greatest quarleile ever written. Ihls 
describes, the emotions of 

the heart-broken fiilda; the eoquet- 
"TL-h Maddalena and the .item Rlgb- 
letfo to the Uukc.^ happlne\s in the 
•Bella Flglia Dell 
Amore^' ("Palrest IHughter of the 
Graces" I Sending Gllda ofl to 
Verona, Rlgoletto summons Spara- 
fuclie to kill the Duke and deliver 
his body at midnight. Maddalena.. 
now a victim of the Duke s love, 
make*' her brother promise to slay 
any other gucu wlio micht come. 
.Suddenly a storm - approa* l>e«>. 

OS a young cavalier. 
knork5i at the Inn door and la 
subbed by Sparaf belle as she 
entorit. Rlgoletto rvtOW, |)avs the 
iciuiii>tB given th" 
Its (ruesbsgi coatnit^. 



Re drags the sack to the fhaiAi 

edge. Suddenly he beiu^ji voice- 
that of the Duke, r ep eating ius 
fameus^aria. The trrmhllng Jester 
tears open the sack only to find his 
own beloved Olld^. '"^e unfortu- 
nate daughter begs her lather . for- 
-giveneas as she falls back dead. 



Tlie Obsenfation Car 



■f Tn Korronua stait 



Young Men's Sport Pants ! 

Ja»« irar«rkr4! Tbr nrwrtl aarHtf wrsT** and p.iU*rn« ta the 



use 



HTHE WAREHOUSE" 

•oooDs stsaar iiH.oavaaNMBirr btbket 



2 



Glancing Over Sport 
Not much on today's sporlvS pro- 
graoune to make any predictions, 
but fr«n what Is carded I will try 
to select a clean^ate of triumphs, 
Victoria United will certainly 
trim VancouyeiLjJnited in inter - 
j B i t y eeeeea iyat leas t four goals. 
J B A A. ruggers will take the 
measure of the United Services In 
senior Rugby by ten points and 

the xwtrott Red Wiiigs will beat 
T Uiuutu l e afti' ln -4he Garden. 

Tomorrow night's hot kev winners 
at the same time, Canadiens over 
Detroit, Americans over Chicigo 
and Boston over the Rangers . . 
PHU Taylor, veteran- golf pro at 
the Oak Bay Club, has wagered 
that Tony, Galento will beat Joe 
Louis, but only at odds of 8 to 1, 
which Is a good bet in my esti- 
mation. He also says that Renry 
OeUon/^former British <q>en goU- 
champion, will beat any .d^e 
top-ranking ■ American pros in a 
seventy-two-hole match. Con- 
^tently. Phil states, -chat Cotton 
is a longer d^ver from the tees 
than Jimmy Thomson, ranked as 
King of Swat in the United States 
. . . Alex Rose, golf editor nf 
The Seattle P.l.r*who Is at the 
Empress tournament;- saya that 
Mac Smith ranks as the greatest 
golfer in history. I disagri>e with 
him and place Bobby Jones at 
the top of the-paek. Records talk, 
Akx;jny boy.^J>. 



Phone 07161 tor mto 

OLOSMOBILE SEDAN ~ % 
Late Model (Terat) .Tr r.T7. 

THOilVlAS PLIMLEY 




. * • • 

ioektffg Forward 

At the luncheon of the Rotary 
Club this week. President G. 
Hamilton Harman made an ap- 
peal to members of sister clubs 
who were present to make It 
known to other members of their 
clubs who were tatending to visit 
Victoria about the time of the 
royal visit that it would be a con- 
venience If word would be sent to 
the local club of the Intendnlg 
visit, if this were on the Thursday 
preceding or the Thursday follow- 
ing the visit to Their Majesties. 
This would allow for preparing 
for them. If this were not done 
.with the immense crowds coming 
there might be trouble In carry ing 
out plans, for luncheon attend- 
ance. The foreshadowing of 
preparations that would do away 
With confusion wa« a wi^ move 
and in vartous other- clubs and 
organlrations the same fore- 
thought might well be acted up 
ta-03IJ«. 

• • • 

Cheaper on Mainland 
Seven-foot Peter, who has never 
been known to wear a hat, was 
.spotted early in the week trying 

on caps in a department store. 
"Why buy a hat?" he was a.sked. 
"It's my head. I have to wash my 
hair too often," Pete replied. "I 
should think the rain falling on 
your hair would keep it well 
washed, " was the comment. "It's 
not that at all." Peter answered. 
"My height and modem .k>w ceil- 
ings mean that cobwebs cause all 
the troiib.r . . Hill, the nroad 
Street barber, claims the things 
that ckuse most m l s e i y to the 
world are poverty, war and poor 
public speakers.— 0-.B. 

• •■• • . 
A Fine Gesture 

Husky "Chuck" Cliapman, skipper 
of the Victoria ipominoes, city 
basketball champlriis has .seldom 
been seen to blusri, but liLs face 
was certainly red/Tlnirsday eve- 
ning when Sonny iWalker, captain 
of the Senators, f presented him 
with ,T casserole, 'a wedding gift 
from the membcr.< of Lhe .Senators 
Basketball Club. It wa.s a fine 
gesture on the part cA the mem- 
bers of the Senators,; and we pass 
them the orchids for showing such 
splendid sporting spirit.— S T. 



^RING HATS- 

$1.95 to $3.95 ^ 

.Thie"Sea.'?r)n's' Sni.irtcst .md Xi-west Styles «nd 
C'oIotn. ilcad Sizes 21 ' . t<> J4. 

DICK'S DRESS SHOPPE 



1324 Douglas Slrcct 



Mmm E7SS2 



would not be needed after March 31. 

Later in the day I was requested, 
and urgently advised by Uie Reeve, 
to return his official document and 
to send In my resignation volun- 
tarily— for my own good, and to 
make It easier for me lb the long 
run— which, against my better Judg- 
ment, I did, and before oflQclal ac- 
xeptance of my resignation was 
received by me. I withdrew it. 

BERTHA JENKINS, 
Supervisor, Health Department. 
Royal Oak, B.C., March 7, 1939. 



WHAT IS A OENTIKMAN? 

Sir,— My dctlnltlon of a gentle- 



Cranieish House School 

"for ioys ^ 

The Osk lay 



Prcp4t>tory and High 

C. V. MILTON 
Ca4b«rt Boad 




man ui ''A^man who respects at^i 
expects rpspect.** T^at Is: He who 
respects others and who respects 
hmiBei^ and ^wtm selects othen to I 
respect him. 

Thie following Is a description of 
a gentleman according to appear<! 
a nee; 

"Although his clothes may shabby 

be, 

His trousers baggy at the knee, 
Clean .shuve, clean shirt and shiny 
shoe, 

A gentleman you have in view." 

A. G. PRICE. 
1224 Richardson Street. Victoria, 
B C , March 8, 1939.' 



ENliLLSH F.A. Ct'P 
Sir.— In your issue of Sunday, 
March ii is announced In your 
report of the English Pootboil Asso- 
ciation Cup ties that "Wolverhamp- 
ton Wanderers become prime favor- 
ites to win the English Cup for the 
Arst time In history." This is not 
according to fact, because m the 
season 18M-3L the Wolves beat 
Everton In the final by 1-0. 

The final that year was played i^t 
Fallowfleld, Manchester, and. .no far 
as I recall. It was lhe first time In 
E^ngllsh Cup history that the final 
was played outsl^ London. The 
result was a great surprise, bec.iu.se 
at that time Everton were prime 
favorites. Also, a.s I recall. It was 
the flrst time that an all-English- 
bom team had won the cup. The 
Wolve.s fenm that season In the 
final was. Ro.se: BaUgh and Swift; 
Malpass. Allen and Klnsey; Top- 
ham, Wykcso Batcher, Wood and 
Griffin. 

In the season 1907-8, Wolver- 
hampton again won the cup, beat- 
ing AewcasTIe^tJnlied In the final 

by. 3-1. ' A. B. BROWN. 

Port Angeles. Wa^h., U£.A., March 
7, 10M. ^ 



funeral Serbfce 

G5S12 




that fear the Lord. He that swear- 
eth to his own huit and cliangclii 
not. 

•'Ue that putteth not out 
money to usury, nor taketh regard 

against the inno<-cnt He that 
doeth these things shall never be 
moved." 

J. MACKIE NIVEN. 

107 Bushby Street, Victoria, B.O, 
March g. IMt. 



Nu lettct to thr Editor will o« imariM 
except over ttie proper mgriMlurr and 
■ ddreu or the writer Thi.> rule admll* 
Of no aaceptlon No letter should neted 
■ee werSa Id lentth 

TRK BOTAL VtflX 

Sir,— Rumors have reached us 
that^some persons are canva.'-slng 
our citizens frith regard to reserva- 
tions for rooms with or without 
board during the coming visit of 
Tneir M.ijestle.^ and are stating 
that they are official repretentatlvea 
01 the housin g commit tee. - . 

May I, through your paper, In- 
form the public that the only au- 
thorized reqvie.sis for reserVJttlwM 
are those beUig phoned from the 
Chamber of oinmffi«Ke,"ifhrtliii no 

charge of any kind 1.' being made 
fot this s'^rvirr Any representative 
of the housing committee who calls 
will carry credentials with him. ^ 
- ' - - D. MacBRIDE. 
President, Victoria Chamber of 

Commerce and Chair mati. Civic 

Housing Committee. 
P.O. Box 80g. VIctorla.^S;C.. March 

10. 1939 



S.AANK H llhAl.Til ni.PARr.'VIKNT ' 
Kir In ariswer to many r«questji. ' 
aiid to cftrrerf an erroneoiw lmpr*»«- ■ 
stop, the story of the above is thl«: | 
t)n" the morning of Pebruary M [ 
I was handed a '.enl"d letter by Uie | 
R Se v s with the comment that this { 
letter was the result of the recent 
reorganlsatlen of the hM^^h depart- [ 
ment conducted by the Mnniripni , 
Cotmcii The letter contained fwo 
bnei paragraphs to the efTrct that 
the counelMtad decided to dispense 
with th* sentce.^ of the medical 
health officer and the supervismg 
nu r se ■ no naaon glv.n— «nd that 
♦M^ ifttar was offii^i notincaUon 
that the services" ol said officials 



IMPERIAL dERVICB SQUADRON 

Sir,— I wlsl) to correct a mistake 
in my former letter. I fear my 

Illegible writing was to blame for 
the flagrant mistake In the iiast 
paragraph of my letter which ap- 
peared in Sunday's Colonist. It 

should have read that after the 
Special Squadron had left tiaii 
Pranclico one of the San Francisco 
papers came obt with this caption; 
"Five thousand gentlemen have vis- 
ited and left San Fran<isco." I 
made no mention of money. 

J. H. A. CMeMXNTB. 
OM Vaiighan Street, Igqulmalt. 
B C , March 7, 1939. 

WHAT IS A r.ENTLK.MAN? 
Sir,— You have been opening your 
columns lately far definitions of a 
gentleman. May I sulNnlV-ene which 
is found ih a very eld bOOk-^d, 
i but ever new? 1 refer to the 15th 
Psalm. 

"Lord who shall abide in Thy 
tabernacle? Who shall dwell 4n»^ 
holy hill? 

"He that walk^th uprightly and 
worketh rlghc6usneas, and s peake th 
the tfuih^ In hie' heart; 



PORTMAUOMACK'^ UUU^l 

Sir, — The words •^eoMrage'* and 

'•ChrLsf are from the san.e r< 

■your .Sunday editorial, ■ Co;ir.mc, ' 
io an excellent .mmjui-I u> Humility" 
of a week ago, but Portmahomacka 
ohost, magaslne ak«tlon, is a de* 
scent fiom the sublime to tbe 
ridiculous. 

Some forty years ago, Munrd-o( 

Ilockfield, ntinniiu; lininc li^ 
gig, fiom the Iain markti, icll into 
a drunken ideep en route, and 
dreamt hU pony was a long-horned 
Highland steer. The pony, as usual, 
turned <l<r,vn th<' m/ p hill to th« 
Porlmahomack Hotel, but uu- 
checkM. gradually mereased Ita 
speed and ended it.s flight in the 
barroom of the inn, situated at a 
sharp turn of the rood. Munro, 
waking up In his gig outside tlie 
window, seeing blood upon his 
hor."^e's neck, Imagined. i;i hib 
stupor, that his Meer . iiad ^becA 
decapitated. This story haa* WPV 
a&sumed ghostly proportion.^. 

Tlie. older p eople of Uiat ar^a arf 
sUll steeped In Oeltk myetMsmr 

which the younger generation are 
taught to regard as Miper.ttillon. 
In Munro's day-th» local «uniHtcr 
once strove- to .eonsple the relations 
of a flshmg crew, supposedly 
drowned Amld.sf the lamenting, tn 
the middle of the prayer,* an old 
man Interrupted with, '•Mr. McKay, 
stop! Kfcver mind telling us that 
the Lord gave and the Lord took 
tlifni away. My .son is skl|>j)er of 
that boat and he Is still alive and 
so are Ws erew.^ 

They sailed home next (!;iy .safe- 
ly, but -A recked tiieir bo.it 111 land- 
ing, on the rocky coast. 

Here is another story from the 
same area: 



four 



a da y o l 

to a ooeoneAlaM 



tongue, nor doeth evil to his nelgh- 

agalnst hLs neighbor. 

"In whose eyes a vije person Is 
contemned; btlt.he honoreth them 



Twe 

Two. three, 
day 

A king >hall erons by sea and land. 
O ne, two, three , three yeaiTs af 

peace. 
One. t«<>, three, four. 

peaceful days. 
The twenty-Sixth day, JUbe nlnll| 

month, ^ 
The two hundred and •sixty-hlnlh 
day o f th e y e a r. " ■ . ' : 

~ Perhaps this prediction, fliil luede 
In 1933, will prove as accurate aa 



the modern lolcrpretationa of Bib* 

He that"bin<blfetb iu7t wfCh ■hr«t»cal prophecy. The dates arc The 

PeaCe of Munich to September 29, 
1943. ' 

D. S. MOft RlSON 



RMD. 
IMar 



3, Victoria. B.C., March », 



FIFTY YEARS AGO TODA^ - 



From Tlic Daily Colonist of March 11, IIM) 
Seattle's . Electric Railway— The Seattle Electric Street Ramray 
is beins pushed to completion, ahd in about tert. days _ efH l b a * 
finished 1 lie work Is being done In the mwt sttbstsinttal nianneri, 

and tIuI>S^ who' Rave .<effl"ogHT-elerfrlr roads In operation. Claim 
that ihln, one will work successfuUv, as i; Is built in the most SOlId 

n-,.u.ii<' f) it f>f the brst material fibviinaMe tender such COhdl* 
lion.' It c.ui scarcely full to work r uccessfully frf>m the start. 



. Naval New»-.HJl*..l«arua , 

evening from the South. AD on baaM ll« Wil and feport having 
had notblng but pleasant weather all the wav trp from Panaata. 

Coming through the Straits of Magellan the Icarus ran against 
an iceberg receiving slight Injuries, which she haa gwe Into t^r 
dock at E"5qulm«lt to have repaired I' Is exf>ected that nhe will 
get ou' by tomorrow night. The following are the ofTlcers Com- 
maivder WUUom M. Amu-^ley; lieutcnani^, Duncan McPherMin. 
fiodfrev M Courage. Edward C. Tyndale-Biscoc, Carlton V de M 
Cowper; pavmastet. Henry B /BaiScnrine: sOrgeon, Thomas Dunlop; 
chief engineer, Samuel O. Follett; gamier, WUtlaa'Jr ~ ' ~ 



P tn t h e r Improvement .J Turi^er ha' iirr;jHr«i: ;>lRn« fOr the 
erection of oi,e lwo-»tor> »ilore and four cottager m t!i» rr.ri,': >,', 
North Pkrk and XoagJBlaxlA«^aJsD three two-stor> residences ef 



— € 




7. 




THg DAILY COLONIST, VTCPrORTA, B.er,^THBnAY, MARCH^il, 19 » 



. \ ' 



ings, A. King, A. '■^"•r rhMrt 
B. J. Utmti and D. 9miim9. Oaly 

elK'lu nriKers work at ft time. X. 
hnkr wiw Um oniy rtaftr •bMnt 



Lieutenant-Governqr 
Makes First Visit to ,» , r. 
rJBelfry of Cathedral PaweU River 



Ili"^ Honor uihI Mrs. K. W . llunihfr W itnem* 
Uiaiij;« -H infill;; on |{< llfs Which \rv Kcplica 
„ riioht' at \^ etstmiubtcr Abbey 



H 



IS Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and Mn E. W. Ham- 



Drama Trials 



-Major L. miladk«W<ttHtei- h»s re- 
tumad from Pe«wll River where. 
Oh Wednesday, he adjudicated at 
ttie Mcond annual dranu festival 

ber yesterday afternoon visited Christ Church Cathedral blT^ Band.Box'*PlaS»!^ 

was awarded the "Town Crier" 
Challenge Trwphy for the beet one- 
•61 plijr. lUs waa a - Victorian 
«Sj^ of 1849. son\fwhat of_ the 
sa'lne atmo(H>here m "Cranfwd" and 
"QuaUty Street" Infinite trouble 
vaijtakcn to oDtaln-m aettlng of the I 




for the purpose of inspecting the bells. Welcomed at the 
cat h edral tops by Rt. Rev. H. E. Sexton. Bishop of Co i upib i*. 
and Very Rev. 8. B. BJloU, Dean of , -meiHUU KfKAl 



Ham- 
by A. 



Columbia HN Honor iUJd Mrs 

^er who were accompanied 
M. D. Falrbalm. were first shown 
ine large framed history' of the bells 
vhkh hangs In the church porch. 
T)if' wcrf ringing an tjiey ar- 
rived at the cathedral and while 
they climbed the spiral staircase to 

the rlriRhig rhanibrr. A.s fhev on- 
Ifred the ringing chamber, a tradi- 
tional custom, o^rved 40- many 
yevfi oa oecaalona j>f the kUid-. w^s 
fOllu W w! wltla 4}|»^^S4lring" of th. 
bells in their honor Thi.s lonsiKi^ 
or ringing all the bells simultane- 
ously, which gives the affect oT a 
Joyous clamor. 




Then the belLs were ".set." a pasl- 
llon in which ttie% are ready for 
! rteflng, after whleh-the fingers wetftj-. 
introduced In "Turn to thp dis- 
tinguished visltws, and a few mln* 
utes were taken -^f^wlth the ttr. 
plainlnK <>i 'hf ii!oth<Ki of change- 
ringing. Both His Honor and Mrs. 
Hamber seemed keenly Interested, 
not QQl^, trylnv-iheir skill In the 
puillnR'otthe fcqjca. but also easay- 
iir; to li <' the hand bell.s WhlOh the 
ringers use for practice. 

Before descending from the belfry, 

Hi.s Hi I or had tho ex|J«Ticn( c of 
hearing ilie deafening reverberation 
of the 

n1;t .'^onry 
there a 

changes o f Cteaft|jil»» TMplM was 
rung. ' « 

Mvcn tummsmr — 

Later. «fter Mr. Hamber returned 
to the ringing chamber, a touch of 
S60 changes was rung. Both he and 

Mrs. Hamber remained for .somr 
ininut4'^ afterward.';, chatting with 
E. W. Izard, who condiict.s thr iing- 
ing, and the other ringers: Miss 



peri od, e*ld the adjudicator^ who 

commented on the- woolwork flre- 
ecreens. low stools, bell pulls, an- 
tique furniture and a pug basket, 
which helped to create a true pic- 
ture of that period, while the hoop- 
skirts, Ea.st Indian .vhawls and fwke 
bonnets worn by the ladlea h elg^edf 
a eolorful praaetitatloB. Thtnn 
plajrers. he confidently hoped, would 
be seen in Victoria next Autumn at 
the provincial fe.stlval 
Three other plays were adjudl- 
when no <w.1 1 s of j o at ed: icireuntaiwegg Alter Cwes." 
Interyoae. as while he was by the Dwight Hali play'er.s: ".\ 
sliort tOUCll M forty-two Letter of Introduction." by ^ the 

Young M a r f ad ooupieg F W Hw whlp. 
and "81re de Male trolt's Door." by 
-another cast of the Baod^Box 
players. 



IS 

FOUND ILLEGAL 

■ — 

Hoyle-Browfi Limited Finetf 
^ $25 for Selling IMori 
To Chinese 



Hoyle-Brown, Ltd.. wae fined $3S 
In the city p()llce coiirt ye st e^ft ay^ 
for selling a punchboard to BUM 
FbuntalB, les OofBuaant Street. 

the firm. 
Supietdr J. T. BoiiitoD told of 

finding a punchboard and an In- 
voice from Hoyie-Brown, Ltd.. at 
4tae -ahap 'on Oovernraent street. 
Yuen Low admitted securing the 
board tim the-fmn. He stated It 
was u.sed for iKf sale of candy. 

Mr. Jackson submitted the board 
wti a pMeetly legltliAata merehan- 

dlslng device, and as such, con- 
tained no element of chance. He 
thought the eharfa sho(^ be dto- 



Margaret 

Reg Lane 



Izard. A. C. 

W. Sampson. 



Meihidsh. 

J. Hutch- 



CHANCE lONOKBD 

Claude L. Harriaon, city prose- 
cutor, aisarted Um chaooe element 
had been Ignored by Mr. Jackam 

He iKJinled out that if a customer 
punched a hole in the board con- 
taining a red candT- ball, . ad- 
ditlonaf merchandise was awarded. 
He said out or 144 spaces in the 
board, twenty would render some- 
thing In addition to a candy b all. 
He declared it -was a UMHH of 
chance 



Coronntion of 
Popp ring Ml 
To Be BroadeoM^ 



T 



HE eoronatloa orW HoU- 

nejis Pope Plax XII in St. 
Peter's. Vatican City, will be 
brou ght to listeners on the 
"PiaUc Coast through the 
facilities of the NaUonal. Co- 
himbiu and Mutual Broad-' 

casting Systems^ . which «)U 
•MBHlliBBi«irTnr~alfe'nlght 

tonight. Rppre.sentatlves of 
.iiifi&e networks will be on hand 
hi St. Pete's Square to givo 
a complete description of the 
coronation cetemony. starting 
at 1S:M 



The wholesaler made fifteen cents, 
and the merchant, thirty-four cents j 
from the board, he added. 

"This is a device to dispose of | 
property with the element pf chance. 
I find x\\i- .icru.srd firm 
Magk>ira.te iiaii coainieuted. 



WILL TAKE DRASTIC 
liaNIIlOL OF PROFiTSI 



Continued from Page 1 

It was hoped to !>elect a man for ihe 
chairmanship who would COE 
respect o( all Canadians.- 



W. L. Woodhouae, nutnager of 
Hoyle-Brown. Ltd., decla r e d th e tytfc 

iSd^of candy punchboard exhibited in 
court had been sold for twenty 
In some, chocolate 



ONLY FABT _ 

There are 200 retail store* 
twenty restaurants in a tweWe-aere 
underground cit y b en e ath RoekA- more 
feller Centr e. Mew York That, how- 1 bars were given away a« premiums 



ever. Is not New York's only under- He said 90 per cent of the stores 
world. in the city possessed similar devices. 




RENEWED AND GUARANTEED 

CAR FROM YOUR FORD DEALER 




i 

'1 




THE days of hit-a|i<)-iiiiM uied ear buying are 
numbered— and Ford Dealers all over Canada 
are out in fiHint of ihia treiid to PROTECTING THE 

IISKI) <;AI{ HI YFR. Ii » ihc ^^R Si G'' PLAN that 
piilf« iIm-iii qui in froni! 

*'K&G'' means RENEV^ ED where necessary to meet 
•ilriet tpoeifieations, and GUARANTEEI) with a 
.j«day"money-lMiek privilege and a **50-50" dOdpy 
'Warranty against ni^lianical defects! 

Your iienresi "Ford Ura 1 1» r lia;* niatiy makes an«l 
tnixlrls «»f "R &. iV ii««mI rnrs, taken in Irajji- on 
thr iirw I'orJ \ -Jt anil >I«MTMr\ K. Many \\ii\v hvvn 
driven oiilv a few tliuu><an<l niilrs. All of llu-ni 
represent ihoiiMtndM of niileg of deprnrlahlt-, low- 
cost, conifortahle traii«<portation. (For d - Ufea lers 
offer partieiilarly attrartive trade-in allowai^f^s for 

*32, '33and *34 au<i; - 

" ■ ' ■ 'I 

yoa*re ready tO;stopJ)REAMING aboiil a better 
car, and start DJ^VD^ one, then Bow *t the time to ^ 



MONEY BACK GUARANTEE 



MEANS 



RENEWED wh9n nMoiMsy M 

unCf 



GUARANTEED 2-day mone/- 
Soar guarant— and a "SO'Sf^ 30- 
dsy worroMy ogcuMi indflslMHfitf ^ 




BUY NOW WHILE PRICES ARE 
LOWHWE LL STORE THE CAR YOU 
BUY -l^REE - UNTH. SPRING 



Bellevlnff soeeeas or failure of the | 

board would depend on lUi person- 
nel, he .said he wa.s ready to invite 
Dr. Manlon's assistance and, that of 
other leaders in the House Si c6- 
lalhhH a board a hs plul e ly beyond | 
any .suRRestlon of partisanship. 

• The Government." he said, "den- 1 1 
nitely agrees to tlie prlnelploaf pro- 
duction^ in statCiifflwaed^ arsenals to | 
the greatest possible extent practi- 
cable where a continuous svipply Is i 
a.ss ured, and a sudden interruption | 
of that supply Is not going to dislo- 
cate conditions of employment In 
Canada, but the Government can- 
not Ro as far as to say m ri'Rard to 
these extraordinary conditions that 
we can natlonaUae oven^ht^ 
EQUALITT OF SACRIFICE 

"The Ooveminent believes in the 
principle of equality of sacrifice; 
that in war-time men should not 
be required to ofler their llve^ and 
limbs while tho^e who provide the 
weap<nis of destruction have even 
the possibility of reaping inidue 
profits." 

The minister outlined the study 
which resulted In creation, first of 

the inter-dppartnientnl committee, 
and now of the dcfrnce purchasiryj 
board. Tlie differoncr between the 
two was that the inter-departmental 
oommlttee was an advisory body to 
a.ssl.st the Defence Department. Tlie 
board would have power to act and 
would handle all purcha.ses_ inde- 
pendently of the Defence Depart- 
ment, 

While Canada produced large 
quantities of munitions during the 
Oreat War, production was confined 

to a narrow range of products. 
When the department was con^ 
fronted with Uie problem ,ef re- 
arming Canada three years ago. it 
found It would be unable to obtain 
from Or'-at Britain weapon.s and 
articles never before made in Can^ 
ada. Sources of supply for these 
had to be developed here 

POLICY NOT PRACTICABLi: 

The suggestion all arms and 

munitions be made in Government 
plant* involved nationalization of 
industry on a coa<;lderable scale it 
was . feasoaable to expect the Co- 
operative CommonwealCR~ ■I Me e a 
tlon. which believed in nationaliza- 
tion of lndu.<;try. to .support .such a 
policy, but. it WHS not practicable 
for the Government of the day. 

With the moneys available, had 
the depart mrnt embarked on n 
large .vhrme of equipping Govern- 
menji plants for manufaethte Of 
weapons I and mimitions three years 
•R0.1 It iwmild have obuined the 
plant.' bu; it -Aoulri not have been 
ablei to obuin anything else. 

Instead of plants, the Oovem- 
menjt had acquired four new de- 
stroyei^ and four minesweepers for 
the navy; acquired 200 new air- 
craft; established a system of 
fortifications on the Paeilfle Coast 

to be completed next year; doubled 
the strength of naviil arid air 
[fH'cc'T bonk'lit tniK li mL^cellaneou.s 
equipment for the militia; increased 
production of munitions and sup- 
plies of all kinds: incrrfl.sed output 
of the Quebec arsenal six or seven 
times over; assembled gas masks m 
Government plants, ah operation 
never before perffltmed^ in Cana da . 
MORE DRASTIC THAN OTiltBS' 
In the bin be7bre the House'lfie' 




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beadjeather soles. A p^ir f2.85 



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Owertiiiieiit Tiart Rfme farther tUfln 
the UnitM .sutr.s or Cirrat HrKam. 
or any democratU: nation which 
believed in upholding the institu- 
tion of competitive hn.siivv, hf said 
Wherf fomprtitlvT biddlne was 
not poKMhlr thr thii.-'ic .'.\sfrni of 

profit contrrt- ^rotatf ' operate on 
whatever method was folloired. 

-Th^ pxL«;t!nR Govpmment plants, 
of rourw would bf ijw'd to thr ex- 
tent of their raparity In x>roduclnj 
suppliea for which there uras a 
steady 'demtod. 

. ThR_board, w(Mdd mftke all pur- 
ehaaea for the crKfence Department 
In excess of S5.0O6 on requisition 
from the department. All requlsi- 
tions wouJd^ ar.oompanl«d by full 
information as. to rea-sons for the 
purchase and the .stoclcs on hand 
The board might vary any requisi- 
tion with consent of the minister 
Each tontract would have to be 
rerommendPd to and approved 
the Cabinet Council. This provided ]^ 
a more effective eontrol than was 
exercised during the Oreat War and ' 
maUitaUied the principle of minis- 
terial rgspon&lbUltJr. 

POLISHED AS RK^I I,T 
Or, Manion .'.•m^ic<} detailed 
provisions or t!,< act w*Ni tM re- 
.Milt of the Bren fun contn^t 
debate in the House He did 9dfc 
5UKK«*t tile bill lUself wai-th# ^«H»H 
of tliat rii.sru.'^Aion. but that it had 
been f>hi iKd up a^ a rr&uJi. 



Men's Barge Oxfords at $3.9& 



'""'"^ viti> 1 l- 1,,, ,.r ,MM..tli elk uppers and really hrav, < rci.c ruM-rr vl.-j 
AND HOW THEY WILL WEAR! Buy them for sl^. for comfort and lor hard 



J^S^S^S^nS^ ^uxiliarv Given 

or the bUl in dealing with Hahn or 
the Montreal Construction Supply 

St Equipment Company, thl** whole _ . ^. . . . ^ .. 
discussion could havtJieen avoided I Th« Auxiliary to thr- Vic- 
averting a food deal of dlsaehaioin p<n^ liualoal PasUval Association 



and bltterneM not only in the 
House, but throughout the country." 
he said.. 

Mr Mackenzie King told Dr 
Manion -the bill had been completed 
in all particulars before tJie Hou.se 
^ met at all. H* and the nUnlsttf^AaMAVP ACBMMn 
fraqfttent tallM a ^e w t he iltaa?Y ~W*i WI R ■ ■ r WWM 



Avenue. Reporu were received from 
. ^ ■^errrtiuy and treasurer. 

t eStiVM DiUi eM i _ f "* w*l«nad u> tlie 

I membeis - in connection with the 
comlnjr MuAlra] Fentival. and neveral 
suggestions adyanoa4. ta toe for- 
warded- to the board ef the Musical 
Pe-tlval AswiBfion. ^ V" 

Mrs. J. p.- J»n e.s was wcioon)ad SS 
a new maniljii. 



Ifiet on Thursday afternoon at the 
horned Miss Alma Ru saelt. Vic toru 

SLEEP MR 



how far the Oovemroent 
would go in operating arsenals: how 
to award contracts For two jjears 
the minister had su j m e it a d a o i iu 
Independent boi^nESnc sat* up to 
Miperviat the fettlnf Of munitiona 
contracts. — 



Two little boys were ^.stride a 
QD^too-large hobby-horse. Things 
eventual V came to the point where 
one Uttle rider said to the other. 



B^M dM'lllMa w4 



' hi fc ls f — l iidaaya. 
dHMs #a IMef 




_ n MM of « would get off, I could 

•31 aiBJiiflg- t^O^ut^-M^ aMa ^Um" 



Maana ra* waaia| 

HmIt Mi«rMf. * ''-^ ..pi«f 

ki4wy tytafcli turn coiui'imiit t<. I>mM*« 
Kiinry Pilli (ar half • r»ntury dM 
I iaTaritr ViAnry f w iy E^*f I* lalia. 114 

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The next meeuAg of the auxiliary 
will be held on Wednesday, March 
29. at the home of Mr«. Donald Mc- 
Adie. iS^nc Oaorge Terrace. 

At a* eJoBB of the meetlnt toLl' 
was asrvad by the hostess. 



fRRioATNMr mrotniMj; 

REOINA. March 10 K?, Irrup- 
tion eannot solve the agricultural 
problems of the Prairies, MaaUim 
thste Is not enough watar te permit" 
«M« soala <rrlcat«en, John Valbnce, 
superintendent of the water de. - l- 
opment branch of PraUle Farm Re- 
hahutudan Aee, told ma annaat^- 

conventlon of the Ra."ikStrhewaa 
AssocUtiqn of Rural Muiucit»li;iea 



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IT IS THE EVERYDAY HTREHS 
•r LIFE' THAT CAUSES MOST 
CASES OP MENTAL ILLNESS 

I recently drovtf PMt « mental in- 
ftUtulion uid noticed the hiiih board 
Xenoe had been replaced by a low 
vMkH fenee. 'n>ere w —.»b e ut fifty 
or sixty acres of K&rden land and 
the inmaleii were working away at 
their tasks with the outdoor world 
pMitiie by In thouMnds dally. 

The reason these patients are at 
1h«.s<- helpful task* and almost fref 
amongst those - who are normal is 
that thla ia tww part of th« treat- 
ment for many mental patknU. The 
fact that thry are doing something 
uaeful and that In due time they 

will be nyngiiM ^"^'y 

thoae outaUie takes away much of 

the feellriR that thfy arc 'clifTcrrrit 
Thu.s ju.st a.s soon a.s the patient can 
fend for himself in the outskle 
world. Uklng his l>rtcoe' UT th« hbme 
and At his. ifigrcupatlon. he l> con- 
sidered normal and leaves the hos- 
pital. 

The only dlfl%rencc. then, between 
T>atleiitA aiKl "normals" la that nor- 
nials are maklim a more or lew suc- 
reseful f^Kht iii obtninuiR tlinr livnit; 
and getting along agreeably with 
their fellows. 

' At the present tirhe one 6ut of 
every J.'SB per.son.'^ In the United 
States "ind thus would about apply 
to Canada also* Is a patient in a 
nMntal tasUtutlon. This figure does 
nat tak* into acrount thoKi> wh(v;e 
coQdItlpn haa not reached the point 
where they need mental hospital 
care. 

What caused the .symptoms which 
niHcli it n«(p.s.^ary for the majority 
of ca.ses to enter mental hoapltal? 
Haa it been some seven* injury, acme 
t«rrlble disaster in home or busi- 
ness? 

I am again quoting Dr. Ira V. 
Hiacock, in The Yale Journal: "'Juat 
aa the 'common cold' causes more 
pl^sical disability than any other 
iitlen, ao, in mental conditions, 
aum of the petty fears and 
bt^'und prej\idires the Iniiumar- 
atie subconsciou.s ♦■motional dls'- 
tufbances which prevent everyone 
of ' iia ao-c^Ued human beings re- 
acting in a sensible manner to the 
renl fart.s of lif<> fhrw things 
handicap our .society far more than 
does thrflnandal burden of raring 
f«r the violently Inaane and^^tJhe 
feeble-minded" ' _ 

In other words. It is the total sum 
of all our everyday upsetments. dis- 
appointment, routine or ''rut" -that 
really rause.s most of the mental all- 
mniti and send.s so many to iiient.nI 
in.'-iilutlon^ 

By l)Uildlng-ap the body, remov- 
inr care and responsibility for a 
while, and graduallv having the pa- 
tient assume responsibilities, more 
than half of these patlenu are able 
to Mave the mental inatltutlon 
eured. 



War Vftactea have bei^n invited 
to attend a meeting in the council 
chamber of the «lty Hall at 8 
o'clock ant Wadnaaday night. Par- 
ticipation by «s-flWioemen In ar- 
rangements regarding the Royal 
vLsit and more partlcularlv the 
question of veterans assisting to line 
that part of the route of the Royal 
proces.slon which is likely to be con- 
gested, win be discussed. 

All ex-aetxlcemen mtert.st^xl will 
be welcome at the meet ing, wheth er 
or not they are members of Teteraaa' 
organizations 

Members of the oSMnmlttee In 
charge of the pMllclpatlon oif Vet- 

rraii-^ in (oiiiicciion with the Royal 
vLsit arc Aldermen 8. H. Okell and 
Archie Wills. Reeve A O. Lambrick, 
Reeve Ales Lockley,. Councillor 
Capt. W. EUis ahd Lieut -C(^C. E. 
Connolly. 

WEEKLY MEETING OF ' 
V.H.S. ALUMNI HELD 



An enthu.Ma.stic and well-attended 
mee ting of the Victoria Higti 
flehoof J^hunnl Aasoclation waa held 
Thursday night In The Colonist 
board room. The president. Doug- 
las kflU-Tout. was in the chahr. 

F^ittire artlvnlr.s nf ihr nnr.iniTTi- 
tlon were thoroughly discussed, and 
many helpful suggestions were re- 
ceived from new members The rlub 
has decided to .sponsor .several ath- 
letic team.s and arrangementii to- 
wards tills end are well under way. 
The recent dance was annour'^^ as 
a very succe.s.sful affair, and it is 
expected that all future entertain- 
ments will maintain the same high 
standard 

A roiiiKl table di.sru .slon wa.s held 
on .several important matters, in- 
cluding honorary membership and 
publicity. A reminder to all *mem- 
bers that the new headquarters wore 
located in Short's Cafe, closed tlic 
meeting. 





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Hon. Eric W. Hamber Attends 
Annual Affair of 5th B.C. 
Qoast Brigade, R.C.A. 

Hon F^-ic W Hamber. "Lieutenant - 
Oovemori' and honorary colonel, of 
tho Mr-AC. Coast Brigade, R.OA., 
,wa9~XBe ?uest of honor at the an- 
>«ual amoker of the sergeants meas 
tt-iht unit, held in the Bay Btreet 
Armoury, last evehlng. Mpre than 
100 nonroommis^oned ofBcers of the 
brigade and J>fflpers of Military Dis- 
trict, NO. 11, attended the successful 

Tlie Governor extended his thanks 
to the brigade, and sUted It was the 
first mesa smoker he had the prlvi- 
lege flf attending since being Ohoeen 
as its honorary colonel. He also pro- 
posed a toast to M»4or R. B Ker 
and hia battery for bringing credit 
both to the tmh and VIeteria In 

winning the Oovernor- O eBe gar» -C»p 
for general proficiency. 

Rla Honor alao referred to the 
forthcoming visit of the King and 
Queen and the Oovemor-Oeneral of 
Canada and Lady T\v< edsmuir. The 
length of their proposed visita in 
Victoria waa a tfttvla to Iho hoa- 
pitaii'v and attractloas of thla «ity, 
he added. . ' 

LIEVT.-COL. MeKENNA 

Lleut.-Col. Vincent McKenna, O C 
propoeed the tmst .to Ur. Hamber. 
He extended hia thaaka to the mem- 
bers of the .sergeanta' moaa for their 
support during the flwt term a,s 
ofRcer eommandlBg, and said they 

wrre rarrying out the tndtlOOa Of 

the old brigade. 

Brigadier J C Stewart, officer 
commanding MX>. Na 11. spoke 
briefly, conveying his cengratula- 
Tirms to the reg i me.n on t<« splendid 
hi-story. Stall-Sergeant E. S. Blair 
was chairman of the smoker and 
welcomed the Oo vorn ee a n d othe r 
di.snn(;ui.slied guests. Also seated at 
the head tahlr were Col. H. C. Greer, 
Col. C^E. Connolly and F. Williams, 
R S.MTof the.^giment. 

Entertainment wa.s provided b\- 
tlie ordiestra, under the direction of 
Cecil Heaton: J. Townsend, Arthur 
.liirknian. CHflford Prescott and F. 
F'ari ridge, .song-s: the Wranglers, 
hill-billy mu.sic; Bill HoUnes and Bill 
Anderson, concertina and violin 
selections, and Sergt. R. T own a end, 
piano anordion The members also 
jouied in community pinging. 



City and DisTrict 




V. nwoett. 

1093 Moss Street, secured a $2,000 
city building periiul yesterday to 
erect a five-room dwelling. H 

Fruit Trees Blotaom— A convinc- 
ing indlcaUra^sI-llW appnwch of 
spriitfr was gtveh j a at erday when 

it was reported that peach trees 
were in blo&som in a garden on 
Belmont Avenue. 

nr Deaiiiae*^^i^ir ~'Oanad^ 

Puget Sound Lumber A.- Timber Co., 
Ltd.« secured a a&oo city building 
permit y eetsr d ay to demolish frame 
buildings and a brick office building 
on the mlU site at 488 Dlaoovery 
Street. 



Six Fined— Four motorists were 
oaeh fined $2.50 ip the city police 
couit yesterday for parking their 
cars over the hour limit. A fifth 
was fined #10 for exceeding the 
speed limit of thbrt; mU« vatM^- 
A Kixth was fined 15 for tatUBf to 
observe a stop sign 

To lUnaainate Building — The 
Vancouver-Cottti. lloaie, headquar- 
ters of most pr9Vlnekal o tt ees4n- the 

Mainland city, will be imimmated 
during the royal vl.slt, Hon. F. M. 
MacPhenon announced yesu>rday 
on hia aeUim tnm a two-week visit 
to hi* home riding at Oranbrook. 
The exterior Ughtlng system wlU be 
permanent. 



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Proposes Grading — Dr. Richard 
Pelton. city medical health dXlcer, 
plahs^to suggest to the health oom' 

mittee that regular contests be con- 
ducted among restaurants with a 
mnr to allotting grades on a tx^int 
system. He pointed out ^hat und er 
the scheme suggested the merits of 
an eating e.stabllshment would be 
d etfrznlned from a point of view o f 
aidtation. 



Permanent Staff— In a recom- 
mendation filed lor perusal by Uie 
City Council, the parks ooBunittee 
suggested that J. Harper, R. Chris- 
tianson and R. Stewart be placed 
on the permanent staff of the 
boulevard department. Alderman 
8. H. Okell, the committee chair- 
man, pointed out tiiai the parks 
appropriation last year jgya 91M''<>- 
Of whleh ltMn.44 had ba« spent, 
leaving a balance of tWiM. . 
t- 

New York Writer Here— John B. 
Walters. New York correapondent 
for "Hie London Dally Minor,, yes- 
terday concluded a brief visit to 
VlctflCla lor the purpose of gather- 
ing maturtal for artlelea In antici- 
pation oif the forthcoming Royal 
visit. Mrs. Walters, returmng from 
a vlfilt to Australia, waa met by her 
husband here yesterday morning, 
and together they wient oii,.ttt Van- 
oouver. . . " 



polntment of Harold D. Patterson 
to represen^he Real Estate Board 
<ii £he general committee to arrange 
for the visit of the King and Queen, 
and Stewart O. Clark to reprORit 
the board on the decoratlor. com- 
mittee, was announced at yester- 
day's meeting of the board. It was 
stated also that the Chamber of 
Commerce had been advised of the 
board's willingness to as.sivt in the 
matter of housing accommodation 



AUemptPfi T tie ft 

iton. t>r. K.'O. MacDonald, ac- 
companied • by his daughter, in- 
formed police on Thursday morning 
that he met an elderly woman on 
Rockland Avenue who-told him an 
attempt had been made to snatch 
her purse Due to a nii.Mmderstand- 
It was ..tat^d in Ilic Colonist Uiat 
an attempt had been made tO Steal 
Mi.ss MacDonald ' purse 



SCHOOL GYMNASIUM 

WILL BE EXTENDED 




One of . the greatest handlraps to 
a woman in her bu.slness or social 
life is that most distressing of die- 
flgurementar-euperfluous hair— be- 
caiL^e it inevitably creates a feeling 
ot inferiority: It detracts from her 
self-confMeaee. har poist: it is a 
cloud shadowing her whole life 
Happily there is a cure— absolute 
and poaitive— endorsed by the medi- 
cal profeniop all over the world. 
Call for bookleti iKIas Hanman, 503 
.Sayward Rulldlng, Victoria, ,B.C 
Phone O 7642 ( 

Women's Canisdian Club. Empress 
Hotel. Tuesday. March 14, 2:45 p m ; 
Ho|i. Oeorge Spence. "Rehablliution 
of the Drug ilrea. " Soloist. Mrs. 
'Jack Bairackwgb. 



DUNCAN, March 10.— At a .special 
meeting held last night, the Dimcan 
Consolidated School Board accepted 
the plan.s of the gymnasium oommlt- 
te«> and decided to call for tenders 
for construction of an extension of 
the ea#t~wall of the huUdtng. Two 
members of the b'>nrd. Ttustee.s 
Chapman and Maitland di.s.seiited. 

The gymnasium commit tee under 
took the whole cost of the addition, 
having raiaed 1700 at a cireua held 
recentl y for jl l jm yil.' 

CAMP OPENIHO DELATED 



LADYSMTTH. March 10.— Comox 

logging oi>eraiions nt Trid\sini!li 
will not op«'n until about March JO 
When l.'in to 175 men will start to 
work. Plans to reopen a week 
earlier were changed when it was 
found ihr rlcrp fro-t in the truck 
road.s, now beginning to thaw, would 
make haulage conditions too aevere 



Appointed Health Ofleer — Dr. 

Alai^ Beech, Salmon Arm, was ap- 
pointed medical health officer and 
.•ft-hool health Inspector for a num- 
ber of schools in the Salmon Arm 
area by order-in-cotmcil yesterday. 
A number of routine orders dealt 
with minor municipal matters. 
Nicomen Island .school district wa.s 
Included In the Fraser Valley Union 
Library area. 



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addreu of the writer. 'This relt adiniu 
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New Light— The City Ooundl 

.strwt lighting conuintte*^, headed by 
Alderman T. W. Hawkins, intends to 
recommend to' the oounell- that a 
light be installed on Douglas Street, 
between ; Toronto and Michigan 
Streets. In a Iciu-r to the commit- 
tee, P. L. Elllson, 332 Douglaa Street, 
ealled attention to the darkness of 
the block. He thouRht condltlona 
might be improved by thinning out 
the boulevard trees. 



Etttimatea Higher— Estimate.s for 
this year, as passed by the Esqui- 
mau pollo^ eommiaslon, on Thurs- 
day cvpninR. total $6337. 7.5 Tliis is 
$974 74 above last gear's actual ex- 
pense.n of $5,483.01. T^e commission 
had a surplus of $386.99 on the 1938 
estimates, which totaWd $5,870. Al- 
most every item :n thr budRt r hn.-; 
had to be raised slightly this year, 
but $600 of the increase Is directly 
attributed to the costs of Investiga- 



TWO MEN ARE HURT 

triCClDENTS^HEREl 

Two men were in Si Joseph '.s 
Hospital last night suffering ' from 
inlurlea to the aplnr niffrml in 
.separate accidents here yesterday 

i,fsllc Kfllow, an employee of the 
Manning Logging Company,. Store 
Street, was Injured while he wa.s 
working near the log carriage at 
tho conipany'.s mill VV Marks wa.s 
hurt when he .shpped down a flight 
of iron steps on the Tilsmgtqn 
Court, a lumber ship now moored at 
ORden Point Docks. Marks ls a 
.seaman on the vessel and wa& 
coming off watch When ihe'aoeldaBt 
occurred. 

^Hospital authoritlea reported 
neither man in- seflooa eanditkiD. 



BUDDY BABB ntllTMraS 



LOS ANGELES, March 10 <VP).— 
Buddy Bail relumed to flie ring 
wars tonight after a long layoff to 
knock out Ohuek Crowell. Los 
Angeles hra\'>welght In the first 
round of their scheduled ten-roimd 
bout. Baer weti^ied MC and Crowell 
213 pounds. 



NO, DISCHABGB 



The warder noticed that one of 
the priaonei^ wasn't doing..hia ahare 
of work. 

• I nok here" he aald. "you're 

h;ir(ilv doiiiK any work. What' do 

'.(■11 iiiean \i\ it?" 

The prisoner looked up calmly. 
"Well, anyway." he answered, "you 
can't give me the sack!" 



THB BOTXETtBrr 

Sir -Having seen In your pai)ei 
lor February 24 a letter Iroin Mr. 
Robert G. Humphrey.s. of Etequlmalt, 
I would like to endor.se all he says 
with reference to the propcsed visit 
of our King and Qu< en to Van- 
couver Island. There can be no 
doubt that BsquimaU as the only 

naval b(cs^' and army pO)»t in Can- 
ada on the Pacilic Coast, would be 
one place of the greatest intere.st to 
our Klngi as lUso would the new 
airport now under construction at 
Patricia Bay be. His Maje.sty hav- 
ing served in both services durini; 
the Great War. 

Both idaaas eould be aeen in an 
afternoon by a drive from Esqui- 
mau via the Weat Saanlch RohO, 
rounding the airport and returning 
via the Beat Road, and thereby giv- 
ing Their Majesties the opportunity 
of seeing some of the lovely sc«'nory 
of the Saanlch Peniasula, aivd at 
the aa^ time would give the 
school children, indeed all in- 

liabitants of the diflereni districts 
along the route, the opportunity to 
see the Royal vlaitora without any 
undue crowding of Victoria. Also, 
if Tlieir Majesties drove by road or 
went by rail to Nanalmo. when 
leaving, they Kfould be enabled to 
see a good deal more <tf this very 
lovely country and carry away re- 
mcmbrance of Its beauty with them. 
Could we not take a lead from 
Banff and give them as much en- 
joyment as wo can during their 
very shon vi.sit. and m ftm lOrmal 
functions as possible. 

(MISS) M. E. NBWTON. 
King's Road. SaankhtOO^ B.C., 
March 7, 1939. ' 



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Al.l. TOGETHER 

"Where plant.s are found,' said 
the teacher, "you know th 're is 



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will find birds, and so on 
you boys, fresh from your ho 
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39. "Uncle TOM" heroine. 

41 waW border. 

42 fcSKorei. , ^ ^ 
43. EJ^hibiU.' - " 

45. Oif fkuHy. 

46. Fish. 

47. Tra'velling comiian\ 

40. Symbol for ceriuni. 
50. To testify. 

52. Become* usefyL, 

54. Fathered. 

55. Unaspirated syllaUaa. 

f>OWN 

1 Cherry colored. 

2. Belonging t67 " ^ ~ 

3 Palv head of haij. 

4 Ardor 

5. To refrr 

fi Moral (7bttTBt;onx ^ 
7. Roman road. 



DOWN 

« Claalirr, 

9 Jap«nc.se drama. 

10 Dormant. 

11. A Greek dialect. 

11 Cares Jor. ^ • ' _ZI 
18. Fu.se. ^ 

^9. lUusiohs. , . 
21. School. — • * 
23. rV'lishablp 
2.S H< rb dl.'h. 

27. L'liU. 

39. Mound. ■ 

aa. MBd! ^~ T. 



MRS. DcWOLF MOORE 

DIES AT RIPE AGE 

Mrs. Annie deWolf Moon, widow 
of Tliomaa A. Moore, pa&sed away 
In IhLs city yest<>rday in her eighty- 
first year, .'^hr \s .survived by one 
son. William McC. Moo re, Vanco u- 
ver, and one daugh!«r, Miaa Helen 
R. Moore, M9 MadLson .street, wtth 
whom s he rea ided; ipo brothers in 
Nova Scotia, and two gtanddilktton 
In Vancouver. ' , ' 

Mrs. Moore wa* born fn Pngwaah, 
N.S , on March 26. 1858, aijd Jtved 
for a number of years In Halifax, 
N.8. m the Spring of 1M7. hit. 
and Mrs. MOore and family moved 
to Edmpnton. where they made 
their hon.r for fifteen jf«ataj. 
to Vlctotu in 1023. 

She waa a life member of . the 
Women's Missionary Society of Qie 
Methodiat Church and took a keen 
interest In the society until falling 
health made it impossible for her 
to attend the aenrleea. 

Private* funeral service will N» 
held In McCall Bros.' Funeral Par- 
lors on Monday at 3:30 o'clock. 
Interment will be made in the 
family plot in Root Bay Oenetery 

A reoeptten wih tie held tonight 
at 8 30 o'clock bv Uie Victoria 8ee> 
tion of the British Columbia Hia- 
torleal Aiaoetatkm at the Oakbay 
Beach Hotel to commemorate the 
arrival of Richard Blanahard at 
Victoria en Maivh 11. ItMr 

Tidrn at I'ictoria 

.MAltCH . 

Tint of tidM (Pacifis ■laaaanL.naai 

«t Vlctorlm. WC« for ttit mSStli of 
Marrh il)7n 

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J. E. PAINTER & SONS 

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cause It lies aouUi of tlie Masoa 
DIXIE't-IR it AFTER A MAN- and bixon Line. Uklng iU name* 

HATTAN LANDOWNliR? I from thr Mirvcyor;. the original 
Eaitencr. Westerner, Northerner ' application being to lexas and sub- 



a« well as Southener thrill to -the 
stralna or IMxte." whleh waa firat 

sung at a pertnrniniK In Mechan- 
ic'a ^Han in i<ew York, in the year 
1859, and whieh aiAee^ttenUy be- 
came the Confederate w'ar song. 

"Dixie" waa written by Den Em- 
mett for the old Bryant Mfnstreto. 
More than anv othrr thing, it popu- 
larized "Dixie " as the name for the 



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34 Ekjiupped : — 

35. Miracle. 

36 Calls forth. . - 

37. OOWTW 

40. Along 

ia.J3atUedtal_-r _ _, 

44. fiens!6Ie. 

47 Tlio heart. 

48 .SLstcr of diarity. ^ 

51 Phlilppine islands rabbr.) 

ri''. Note nf rale 



sequently to the South. 

A more ai)i>' '''"'i; « >p'v^llion la 
that the'bobriquel u> traceable to a 
Manhattan, New York landofmer 

and* .«,l«vrhnldeT -na inert .Johan 
Dixie, who sold his hu^ian chatK-is 
to »- Bauthawi tobacco grower, 
Here, life .was much harder thad 
formerly apd "I wLsh I wa.s back orj 
Dixie's land" wa.s the burden of d 
com]4lalnt khat finally got Itaelf set 
to wnrds and muale] 

Still another explanation derivea 
the term ^rom the ten-doUar baakt 
notek whteh were ' iaraad tti M 
early days'by a New Orleans French 
bHtik. the 'Manque des Cltoyens da 
la Loiiiciane" on Hua Royala." 

These had erigr»»ved on them "dlx." 
ten. on which account the bank- 
notes came to be called "dlxlea," the 
bank "Dixie's Bank" and the section 



South. It waa, b ow e va r . a Iname 

locally current for some time before 
Emmett made It a by-word the 
world over. / 

Many explsnatiorw art available 
for the atory of the appellation. 
■Mh venloB haa lit adherenta, aaeh 
aeemi logical and plausible, each la 
ateeped in the history of the time, 
In the life of the pa e gH; In aontan- 
porary Institution.*. 

There are tho.'^e who would hare^ *T)lxle1and"— the latter term even- 
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For New Pep and 
Entrfy use 



If thrre iH ofic ailment more than another 
which entirriy robe eoe fit initialiva aad abilMgr 
to aeeemtilim thJogs it is nerTooe exitaoatloa. 

h it t)if.f^' « 4mffhi •^'le he n a rt ee 
l*r. i./liase'TNeive iXiud tu help jeetotw 
the oarfow aysten aad put yef an 

again. 

I>r. f 'haKp's Nerve fVio^l a maD's medieine 
well an a woman's and. fncxintiv knows, tb^ 
— t^y BMB arhn need aiirb liaaiasai. imw, 
after t4ie yaafi of ygh twrfaa mi aam iraeltiag_ 

ex|>enenoe»i. 

u .J^ J^hvm'n ^''Hf eootaias the oew 

Viinmin nl, wHTcE is found to be 80 effective ia 
aaiUag the .blaod rich and rastoriag pep aod 
energy to tiie oenroua tyttna. This along «Htk 
the eaeaotial mineral sobotaDoes, sueb M ireo, 



ef kealtb aad weU being. 



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wt pMnt Mi jTSIaMaa'a Kem . 
Wbr Bftt put it «e tbr taat, aew, to^layT 



Th» btl«R'''L*ln*feJl had Mnthi 



froia tke a^ae* 



foot. Biraiufad 

T» find "v* d»n»h nf-low w»''r 
Mli of th» tfTi ri 1 ' ' »d4 1 

to RM bcicht of bich wkur at tboro 



ti • 

lovol of 



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Dr. Chase's Nervefood 

CONTAINS VITAMIN B1 





Fashion SwinsLs Along 
In More Feminine Line 

Slyle Sliou al Hutlhon\ Bay (loiiipany S|ioii!><«r(Ml 
hy Suro|>iiiiiiht Cliih AllrarU Larj;»* Crowd of 
SpecUlprs— lo Jk Kt pt aled l oda^ 



FcJur Smart SortfteStvle 



Mftflnequ4fls| 




thin year! n»ere Is a distinct re- 
turn to lemlninlty In fMhtoo, Intro- 
dUceH in lotvijr oolora, goft mpu* 

rials, nutterlng veiLs. perky tttUa 
Victorian hats— somr merely ' wtajjs 
of nowcrs and tulle, and everything 
seems to be -aet (o dicpei.giodn and 
dark thouchts. 

The nrst of Uk .casDn s style 
shows. iMiU> < j f «fste r da y . alt^rnoon at 
the Hudson's. Bay_Comp«ny's din- 
ing-room and sponsored by the 
Soroptlmist Club of Greater Vic- 
tor:;!. Hiti acted several hiindred tea 
guesu' all of whom were delighted 
»tth th e^Mhloro whlcli were 'shown 
by the inaniirquliis a Ktnup which 
Included Mis« T, Ackernian, Mrs. R. 
D. McCulloufh^ Mrs. C.. W. Pase, 
Miss D. McGregor. Mis.'s C. Bfile. 
Mrs. T. A. Stevenson, Miss L. 
Binitljv.nltv, Ml- K D Hnisford. 
Mrs. M. Cu mnun gs. and the etiU- 
dren were June •Day. tomine and 
Joyoe.-Stocv. . ,1 Tietty MCMiUA). 

si>OHlswEi%R' 
^^The fh-st group »of fashions was 
dr' otrd to eportawrar. and the out- 
staudiiig notf— ar. ong the r'nart 
Vty^s.waa color contrast. Plain skfrta 
were shown with checked .'ackets. 
shirtwaist frocks relied on contrast- 
InR belt.s for liilero.st \e.sts wvrc 
chiefly narrow at Uie back and wide 
■ in f r ont. su e U e •be ing " the ' popul ay 



WBterlBf Such beautffHT "Olon n 

coiiio rose, crushed lilac, exotic vlOi'HlrooJ crepe box ooat 



aiMmhe eyf'PopMhiT —»y blue 

vaffnotlced. 'XMQ^rfhe sports 

ooate was a "Blun and Blan" camel- 
hair, worn bjr Mlas MeOregor; a 

Checkr:) Lintcn's Cr '!!jprl:i ' home- 
Spun woi n by Mi^ Stevenson and a 
.striking black and white plald Worn 
In Mr.s Ciimmlngs. 

Henry Heath hats were worn ef- 
fectively with the sports dre.s.se.s and 
coats and alsq with the uilored 
suits, and rolled brlin Breton sailors 
adtlecl ;i jaunty touch to a Spring 
ensemble of navy blue Shetland 
weave. A beautifully cut Langbume 
three-Qlece suit of the new Japonlca 
shade tweed, worn by Miss Bale, 
was one of the smartest. 

RIOT OF ( OLOR 

Color dominates the smart after- 
noon tlrc.ws, and Miss McOifgor 
showed a becoDilus.nayy blue model 
dre with sulp'-ur trhnmfiir'ah'ff'a 
clu.'^ter of mafphlng flowers at the 
neckliiK With a navy blue two- 
piece model suit was worn a cyrlii- 
men jacket and the small black 
straw hat whteh was worn with It. 
was arl' lined with a navy blue wlm- 
pole. Wimpoles have been out of 
fr ■ oi: for many years, and have 
now come back to fall In line with 
the new note of femininity. A Jac- 
quard weave Imported wool coat in 
ooean -surf shade, an elusive and 
lovely c(dor, was shown by Miss 




Mannequins who tOO)c part in the Spring Fashion Show at the Hudson's Bay Company yesterday, are 
shown in this group: Left to right. Mrs. S. D. Horsford. Mrs. T. A. Stevenson, Miss D. McGregor and^ 
Misa T. AckMIMn. The revue will be repeated this afternoon at 3 o'clock, and is baiac held ttsAULlhe 
auspices of fh* Swoptuniat Club oi Greater Victoria. 



- _ the same shade trimmed 

ACTffr rr un! ann ■ imirt -J»i R> mta | flp^ r arid a nimy veii. 



with a beige 



Featured at Cat heart's 

Spring 

Perforated 
Calf Leather 

OXFORD 
TIE 

With Walking Heel 





* Terra Cotta 

* Berry Red 

* Cossack Green 



We have chosen this Shoe for you ... for your 
long-awaited Sprinf walks . . . your day oH ^, . 
and- j ut t bcc J MM we know yov will like them. 



ALSO 



OPEN-TOE AND HEEL STYLES 



Calhcarf's "bciutiful"^ Shoes combine the tight in weight and 
glove -like tit features with all the new shades . . . Japonica, 
burnt earth, rust, London taA, mulbt rry, wine, blue, green and 
bUck , f6.-96 

rUTFOlUM SOLE MODELS IN THE NEWESt STYLES 



CATHCART'S 



fox collar xa.s worn by Miss ^rlith- 
waite with a smooth straw hat. cf 

with a 

With a 

charniing Eli;uibeth blue afternooo 
fri3ck was worn a suede belt of 

Oporto wine .shade, and :i munber 
of "Fashion Referred" and Vanity " 
mi::<\ (ii ,<-, leatured iinu.Mial 
trimmings and color contrasts. A 
lovely aqua blue petit point dress by 
"Nanty." worn bv Mr-. CummiuEs. 
depended upon perfection of cut to 
Kite It style and distinction. 

Several handsome fur jarket.s and 
coat.s were .shown, the new chubby 
coat.s being fashioned of silver fox, 
Alaska sable, Siberian squirrel and 
fltch-dyed opossum. 

' KVBNPNO GOWNS 

The^ was something particularly , 
youthful about the evenini? frocks. ! 
and here ugaln the color.s were ex- I 
quisite. Miss Ackerman modeled a 
cyclamen chiffon double-duty gown 
made with a tucked jncket and lime 
tree green was the shade of Miss 
'Bale's imported rowii of crepe An- 
toinette. Terra rose, royal turquoise, 
clei blue lace, Persian ros^ and an 
exqui.sitr f'..iinl tatri^a k'owrt were 
.sijecially noteworthy, and a grace- 
j ful white .silk net frock with printed 
satin appllqued motifs, worn by 
Miss Bralthwalte. was much ad- 
miird H:,Hk ,iiui while combined 
to make .Mrs. McCullough's mou&se- 
llne de soie eown worn with a Swiss 



embroidered bolero,. one of the most 
gxaceful in the-group.' 
Among the children's clothes were 

.se\eral smart tweed tailored coats 
and hat.s. dainty little smocked and 
.shirred dimii.\ dresses, gay Summer 
prints and Aoral cottons, all made 
very simply and In perfect taste fof 
little people. 

Miss V. Combe, In her .own 
amusing way. sang "Foot John." and 

ijave a huniorou.s inonoloKue. "Movie 
Mad, ' the audience giving her en- 
thusiastic applause. 

The platform on which tht man- 
nequln.s paraded wa.s banked with 
Spring flowii.s, and the tea tables 
were ver> attractively arran»,jd 
with daffodils and Mae iris. The 
fashion show will be repeated this 
afternoon at I) o'clock. 



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Important 

Announcement 

Be sure an,d watch for 

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in tomorrow's paper, 
\\hich will tell you all 
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Brrds ih-it have been k ''p<*' W 

iir\(lrr Government siipfr- 
Msinn and Kuaiantrrfl ^il- 
to vmlcty und hlRhcul ier» 
min.itlon rrqiiirrinpnta, , . , 
SiFMod mmrfT CarrndalKYwt 
in the prtsencc of a Federal 
Official. ^ .- . . 

*FLAlfT SnnMI TH^ 
TOV KNOW WILL 
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SAFEWAY 
SEEDS 



Native Uaughters 

'riie monthly iiiPttiiiK ol the Na- 
tive Daughters of British Columbia, 
Post No. 3. was held on Wednesday 
eveii.ng. at the K. of C Hall, with 
Uie chief factor. Mrs. R. G. Creech, 
presiding. A report on the recent 
meeting of tlie , British Columbia 
Historical Society was given by Mrs. 
r. Webb. Mrs. W. "J. Roach gave 
a report of the annual meeting ol 
the Loi:al Council of Women. I>ur« 
iiig the iiKetiiiK the initiation 
ccreinuny wat> perlormed, when MLss 
Marjorie ' Breckenrldge was wel- 
comed into the post. An intere.stliii? 
cerenionv Ifiolt pla:e w hen Mi.s.s Jean 
Ix^)riiner wa.s pre.sen'cd witli the past 
chief factor's jewel. The presenta- 
tion was made by Mtes L. Smethurst. 
who acted as pre.sulins; officer dur- 
ing JJie certtnony. Nomination <jf 
ofBcers for the 'sMihlng year tooK 
place and Wx^t- .J<'an I<orinier and 
Mrs. Janu'.s Brown were appointed 
to act as nominating officers. Ten- 
tative arrangements were made to 
hold a rummage sale and Mrn. F 
Webb ajid Mrs. J. Mackint:>sh 
ollered to act on this committee, 
llie post yesterday presented a pic- 
tiire of Richnrri nianshard. the ftrsi 
governor of V'an(»>uver I.sland. to 
the Vlct^ia West ^hool. ThLs 
presentation has been made annu- 
ally to the vartotn schools in Vic- 
toria for I he past eight years. A 
report was made of the coming 
dance, to be held in eonjtmctlon 
wl'h the Native Son.s of British 
CoUunbia. P<j6t No. 1. which will 
take place on March 14. at the Oak 
Bay Theatre Hall. The .sj)ecial prize 
was won by MIm M. OUUe.s, and 
,\lrs H Beckwith received the at- 
tendance prize. Refreanmenis Were 
.served by Mrs. J. king, Mrs. J. 
Mackintosh and Mi.s.-- A.ls0|l Chrow, 
wi',., ,Trt<<i as hobtesses, 

. • , . 
Oalt Bii) W.A. J 

The W.A. of' Oak' Bay' United 
Church held the March merting <>n 
Tliursday in the church parlor, with 
(he president, Mrs. Wllklnsonrin the 
chair. The devotional perio^ wa.s 
taken by Mrs. Moore, Mrs. r. R c;. 
BredsP. a.s <onvener of the roninlit- 
tee for the formation of groups, re- 
isrted that three groups had.bMn 
formed and tn«:eting.s held, with the 
Following ofncer.s chasen by the 
inember.s of the respective groups: 
West Group, Mrs a. Tinker, cmi- 
^Tnerr Mrs. 8. John.son. secretary- 
tre.vMirei F.M.^t (.iroup Mrs t^redge 
convener. MLss Currj. assistant con- 
vener, Mrs, Oraham. secretarr* 
trea,surer North Oroup. Mrf, -ff. r 
Wll.soa. convener; Mrr Afmle O 
Henry .seci-etary-trea*urer. These 
iroup.s will meet monthly an indi- 
vidual group,s Hind will be .self -gov - 
frning. arri aii members will meet 
.Xir r ^A. -the f tm i%M»sda]ir«( jach 
month In the church parlor, where 
tea will be .served and a social hour 
.spent at the conclusion of the devo- 
Xienal anu business pertod.s Ar- 
rangements ♦ere "perfected for the 
annual anniversary dinner to be held 
next Monday evening at 6 30 o clock, 
'when the guest speaker win be sir 
WSbert H^land. The teneral con- 
vefier of fhe dinner i/; Mr? a 
Tinker, jv^^th Mrs. Q. Cordlner In 
WIe ammtemente.j 

• • • 
ba'8.W.A. 
The monthly meeting of ttie WJk. 
of St. Oolumba Strawberry Vale 
ri |>M on liK -tay afternoon at 
th« hoaqc Of M«, F.^tw. 9aum- 



drop Avenue, with a good attradaooe 
of members. R«v. 8. J. Wiekens 
attended and^ fave an Inspiring 
L enten tall. M ue t i iHinmiiUmi w as 

expressed Tor T~letter which was 
received from the honorary presi- 
dent. Mn>. S. Veai&, who was pre- 
vmted by IBneas from attending. 
Amngemnta were mtide for a St. 
Patrick's tea to be held in the 
Sfrawborry Vale Comiiuiiiiu Hall 
next Wednesday, with Muis E. 
Brown. Mrs. P. sucey, Mrs. L. 
Burow and Mrs a Hem.':le\ a.^ con- 
veners. Home cooking will lie .sold 
by \\x.- O Oilham and Mrs Martin, 
and novelties and aprons by Mrs. 
Whealdon and Mrs. Campbell, a 
(•:';:'! V stall in charge of Mr.s Wal- 
iiiig and Mr.s. Mines will u-se their 
proceeds to provide new mu.sic for 
the choir. Tea tickets wUl be sold 
by Mrs. W. Foster. During the 
aftrrnoon, Mi.s.s Stark, of the In- 
stitute for tlie Blind, will be the 
guest speaker. 

l^eglon W.A, 

The regular meeting of the 
Women's Auxiliary to the Malahat 
nranch of the Canadian Legion wa.s 
held in the S L.A.A. Hall. Shawni- 
gan on rii.-,<iay evening, with a 
good attendance of mem lie r.- The 
president. Mrs. A. Suiton, pre.Mdcd 
Arrangements were completed ■'for 
the annual birthday party of the 
branch, to be held on March 18. 
An Interestlnjf letter wa.s re.nd from 
Mrs Palmer, of Qtiu k B C a former 
meuibui. in which .-he proffered 
suggestions for raising funds. A 
letter was also read from Mrs. A. 
Wicks a member who ha.s recently 
removed to Victoria, expre.ssmg ap- 
preciation of the branch's good 
wishes The secretary, was Instructed 
to Invite Dr. Oeorge Mol* to addres.s 
the next WA. meeting on cancer 
and it.s control. At the supper hour 
which foiiowedr-a presentation was 
made to Mrs. J. B. Bell, past pre.sl- 
dient: also to Mns. C. Page, retiring 
|trea,surer. who ha.s .ser\eri the WA 
[in that rnparlty for five years. 

Provincial W.M.S.' 

The thirteenth ihnual meeting of 
British Columbia Branch of the 
Woman's Missionary Society of the 
United Church and .school for 
leaders wUl be held in St. OUes' 
United fchurdj. -renth Avenue and 
Quebec Street. Vamcouver.. March 13. 
14. 15 and 16 Se.s.slons will com- 
mence on Monday at 7 p.m. Speak- 
ers will be Mrs. O. Ernest Forbes, 
president of the Dominion- board 
from Toronto: MLv nia .sitcar, 
IiKMa. and Principal Brown. D.D.! 
of Onion College, Vancouver. The 
following delegates and members 
.plan to attend: Mrs. F. W. Laing 
Mrs, T. Orifnth.s. Mrs. w S Perry! 
Mrs S. Shaw. Mrs. G. W. Alton! 
Mns. Ala-stAlr-CampbeU. Mr^f. Oeorge 
Gray tpresbyterlal preRidentt. Mrs 
Elder. Mrs. J. A. Skellern. Mrs J p 
Hlck.s. Mrs C, Newell Mr.s. J. H. 
Croft. Mrs. W. H Munc;^ and Miss 
Bowdnr. 



SAFEWAY/PIGCLYWICGLY 



Stve MoRey on Quality Meats 

AT YOUR CONVENIENT SAFEWAY OR PIGGtY WIGGLY 

Yott will find that the Maatt yoif purchase here jre HIGH IN QUALITY and tMcpfiam giy 
tow IN ftlCf . Every cet, laortevcr, it guarsateerf le fivi.'yee i tie l l i . uHafKtlea. 
SfpiT'lti^TODAY— Ml mm reel VALUI for yMr mcst MiSft. ' 



RED BRAND BEEF 



WING RIB 

roxsTs, H> 

RUMP ROASTS, 

Ifc. 

ROLLED RIBS/- 

lb. 



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CC ROASTS, tt. 

23^ 1 



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LIGSLAMl^ 

Whole, fb. 

SHQUtOiRS fORKr 

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RIBS, lb. 

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Family sue, fhin ikin.. 

CARROTS 



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LEMONS 

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POTATOES 



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WWertt icsfful per lb 

MAYONNAISE 

OATS 

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TOMATO MIICB 
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TOMATOKS 

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parkrd So ? ' .. Una. g»tt 1 1| 

ri.M,Appi,»: ji K K 

Ubby'a. aa an apprllirr. a miir, o, i„, 
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Na. I Una #«■ Wm' 

OBANGI Jl!IC|; 

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fruiu. No. I Ua*. Kaok 

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No I Una. E*rh 1» 

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rrnnomlral Nn . . W fOr mO 

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19^ 



Birthday Plio,to|(raph 
Bringg H n n n i --^mile 




St. JeaeiA'B W.A. 

The monthly mrotlng qI St. 
Joseph's W.A was held ypsterdav 
aftnnoon at thp hofipltal with Mrs 
Frank Sehl, president. In the/ chair. 
Mrs. b, Jones reported 357 articles 
complelPd diiiiiiK fhr \*AfA. month 
with a total of Q.213 sponges. Miss 



prn^rpv of tlip library at thr hos- 
pital fio far 2.V) boolcs have been 
donated and thrw bookca.ses have 
been filled and placed, In three 
wards. The books have been stamped 
and rntftlo^ued and are now m u.so 
The president thanked MLss Free- 
man for her splendid work with 1n- 
slalllnp tJie library. The annual linen 
.shower will be held at the Nurses 
Home on vSaturday. March 18, from 
3 to 8 p.m. It was announced that 
there would be no sevlng meeting 
next Friday, It being St. Patrick's 
Day 

• • a 

St. Martln'K Ciuild 

St. Martin s-in-the-Flrld.s Ladie.s" 
Guild will hold a shamrock tea on 
Wednesday, March 15. /rom 3 to 
6 p m . In the Parish HaU. Obed 
A\* rine Tliern Will be • stallf; of 
home cooking ilnd candy, k musl-. 
cal progxamme will be presented 
and there will be a door prize. A 

cordial invitation is extended to all. 

• * ■ ' f 

,,i . a fc-.^ — a>-. 

St. Paul's W A. 

St. Paul's Naval and OarrLson 
Church W.A . E«(Juitjialt. will hold 
its re<n»laf meeting n^xl TufSi^a;^ at 
2 30 pm . '~ ' 

• • o ■ 
solarium W.A. 

ITie .Solarium WA will meet next 

■niur^dav. '.""^O pm. In the 

Solarium ofTlcr Prmhrrton Btiildlnif 



SMART PULLOVCRS- 

Crtw and iMfiMck Sljrki ^ .... 

A. Ko Lt>Ve, LTDa 



$2.98 




Royal Bride 
Co'cd Dance 
Outstanding 

The co-ed danjbe held last night 
by member.s of the Royal Bride 
Chl4)ter, I.O.D.£, at the CrysUl 
Garden was «u<;h a success that at 
the last moment another orchestra 
wa.s engaged and the lower ballroom 
WH*. u.'iPd for rian< ilnK k-s well as the 
palm room. Approximately 400 young 
people attended. Ui. and Mrs. P. K.^ 
Corby welcomed the guests during 
the earlier part of the evening. 

It was the responsibility of the 

young ladie.s t/> purchase the tickeu. 
escort their partners to the dance 
and .s*'e that the daiire programme.s 
were weu booked. The girls entered 
Into the fun that la always created 
at a daiK'^ of i}ii.<- natiirr nnd a" 
Jolly tunc wa.s .sp« at until 1 oclork 
this morning dancing to ti»e late.st 
in awing mu»lp la^ ttie lateit popu- 
lar danoe numbers. 

Tlir St Palrirk'h rolorf. of fir* id 
and while were carried out In the 
<)eroratk>m, and the halloons. uur 
pend^ ttotn the celling, were re- 
lea.sed .shortly after 11 o'clock, 
ferpotllght dance«, tag dances, med- 
leyJt. and the novelty dance, " Maiile 
and Jiff*." lent annKToHnar Bt- 

mospherp In fhe partv 

TTie comiiiiti^ ie:pon.siblp for the 
success of the dance included Miss 
' Marjorlt_P<l!|r\ convener, and iiitae« 
BeUy Ooitet Oraee staajt lai Joy 



Specfial Prices 

On DMcef|fiiiiMd Patttrnt tt 

Carpets 

Ian Sim 

Home Furniture Co. 



mirr (Aw*e 

IM2I 



Rapture rohes and white freeaiai^ . 
and a matching hat. Attending her 
was her iUter. Mlas Amy Walton, 
in a frock and hat Of vintage red. 
and who worp a cluster of cream 
rot>es on tlie bcxlice. and Mr. David 
Macdonaldr—Vaneouver, supported 
his brother* 

A fam ily reception waA held later 
ar Unnidifie of "llie "^ride^s parent* 
In a settim Spring Tlowers, 
fhe wedding cake centred the supper 

table 

Mr. Bind .Idrs — MacdonaJd havB.- 
taken up resMenoe In Victoria, The 
brldrgroom s mother. {iiid>4he bride's 
aunt, Mrs. E. V. Chaplin, Nurtb 
VancoOver. arrive^ Y^'^KBiTfl i" 
noni from the Mainland lor the- 
weddintr M 

Mi-T( HONIN PARTY 



nOMTNION 

A. Chiotaolm. WiUiamaJ^ate^. 
Peaeoclr€i1gary; P Ludditt. Zebal- 

lof A Pear.snn. M J .Silverman. 
Vancouver. MLvi R E PYeemah, J. 
Npwham. Toront/); S Murphy. Ze- 
ballos; Mr IITIll TTH n TT. Mil I Bin 
■^pattle Mrs A J. Currie. Barks- 
ue; w. aot4in,~Vaafiovver-i s 
Hoddlng. Ladyemlth; MiaB--J. P. 
wiiuMiuuBe. Cobble Riii; F. 6. 
Bureher. Tbronto. 



— Fl>otoa i%p|i -b y CaiBp btll. 

HTT chubby RtiTle' fetW i 



»t. CbIi 



I Wavn 



e Lloyd Hpf hfrir.Kton who 
Ls Ihe year-old son of Mr and. Met,. 
Harold Retherlngton. Madtf^^r 
AVenue. and grandson of Mr and 
Mrs I "Pmi«i. Capterburv Road. 
.Saar.ii h and ' of Mr. and Mrs. J. 
^thenngton, TennirMB Aveauh. ' 



Y.P5. NEWS 



iitihi^reguiar meetnig of tlnmr- 
•orta-We^ Society plana were set 
for a 8t. Patrick s Day sbcisi AfUf 
the bwlnees sewtan. Rev C O 
CUtfkB tod V bt vm i^ to 



Weddings ■ 

MACDONALO— WALTON 

The marrhige f»f (Tfare Hrlen 
LQUlse eldest daughter of Mr and 
■^.^ n H WaJt/rti Rifhniond 
Road, and Mr. Ian Huntley MAC-'^ 

dotnrtd: rtd«t ibtr prilfi. "ij. itoc- 

donald, 3806 Thirteenth Avenue j 
west. Vancouver and the late 
■Lieutenant Mar dor.ald, wak qui#tl-, 
jsolemnlBed in St. UOffi Church. 
I CedM' Rill, laet evening at 7 o'clock. 
' ne^. Ptederlc Pike offlOa;,ng Mrs. 
W. *. Katoon presidiMt at the organ, 
and as the register was being signed. 
Miss Peggy Walten. sister of the 
Wiae sang 'O Perfect Love - 

The bride, who was given away 
by her father, looked most attractive 
in a modeUtock' of royaUbhiejiUlt. 
with » owiate bouqutt il 



In aid of fh*- fund, for ihp new 
.Mfi'li'/Mn Atlil'^fK Ila;i a fivf hun- 
drr-d party •A'Ul (,♦- hold al 'Rfiif^drai. *• 
the l>gine of Mi. and Mrs, O F W. 
JennltigB. emlght at I o'clock. Good 
prizes will be-.<KFi| 
menii served 



■WISPIN.O 

fimtihMin - U'-t. flld vi,;e 
take It when you won that Christ- 
mas sweepstake?" 

Blnks— "All at oore." 




FOR SPRING 

BOlBBOa-lfBOKWBAft Am CAM! 
i1 J»aa_ 

M 



FOSTER'S 



/ 




SociaLActivities and Notes of Phonal Interest 



Social and Personal 



.A lundMnM 




W«0tmlnsMr chlmw wa* pr( .. nl«d.„ _ 

to Hiss lOry Laird a brW, -t^-U- ' 

of this month, when her aiatcr!! Mrs " ^ ^ Whrrh i formerly 

A T. JftOhol ana Un. Walter Yea- ^''^'^^ iUti..i«r Welli»f, who yfc- 
ni«ma. 'MlMWiMd It ui •njoy«Wef'^'"">' ^ X^n htr ' 
party wi TJinrRday evt-uin^ i' th.- «ru<'st of ttMpr at 

h». 'It ol their mothei. Ml*. M l^iid * '■'"•weJl if* given by Hit. C 
Jutland H<,.i(\ Little Barbara W''"f>*="-d and Mrs. A. Kranoli tt 
Ni<M»oi tendfld^t ftM«t of honor a i ' oh W«d- 

l>W f» i — Ml %«lW<>f ptnl. and •'t»nWr»raML« 
whlU oifMHOna upon her «rrlval 1^** WM jaWMI^. with a corsage 
•nd later PkUy YMinana pre»«nted ' **' ro«ebu4i •«* vloWte. and 

the clock to her 8cv«rtl oontMU beautiful ftlfUs Including u 

wert |>la^,-thfl wlnntrs being 'S!'' lao^ t*uleck>ih, pre«nt«d by 
Atart aiTd Dorothy Brown Woodward, were al«o re- 



T*o vocal MAO. Kiven bv Ml^ Jo>>ylSj?L ' "/ ^^J^^S^^ 
Dunciu,, u, Mrs. J. Roe s accompanl- ? w guests. Mrs. Wheeler, play 
ni.nt at the pUnb. deUghted the " •flWmpwilinenr 

lueats R.rnH*m«5ta "ere^.r^^u !:l^ '"^""^ •^i?'"^ ' 

latefr by the ho^tessi The supin-r ^'" LJ^T"^ **' 

table covered wl-M aj|ce cloth, w« X^^*" "^"^ 

r.ntred with a cut'|lS, bowl con-' 
ta:nlnB' dcffodlU andnMiasy willow ' 
The invitMl ftiMU were Mr« m 



— *«lrtl. Mrs. T. Raetlde, Mre. F. Lu»rd. 
Mr" H. Spffjat. Mrs Hoy Molr. Mrs. 
O Reece. Mf a. M. Robertaon. Mrs. 



lAble. covered with a hanc^ade 
lacr clolh. wa.s cflTilred with a b<ml 
of daffodils and -iern, Hanked by 
grpf n candles In .silver holdm. At 
one aids «M 1^ ckvvrljr coMtnict«d 
log («6iii buiktd With "mow." Mn 

li^TS^^f^^ ""^ refr..hmenu were -erved 

^TmT e m. fv , ,^ 'v.' """' ''^ -««^'«<» ^ Winona 

u t !^ Mcconneli. Mr;*. E.,Woddward. Uonie and Oftphne 
B,n.d Mr,. D Cul „,an. Mf. H, mncU. Those prewnt wt« Mn 

? « \, Mr« a|o. Wallace, Mrs. L. Thom.son. Mra 

^^oirj', Mrs M Arni.'.'ronK Mrs A. ■ MarNab, Mis Klnnaird. Mrs 
\Vint*-r((. Mrs J o Ytaman*. Ml!ia«B|Haddon. Mm. C. DOUglas. Mr* 
Jo. y rxuican Mary- Lloyd. Isobel ; Wheeler. Mrs. Fhincis. Mrs Ian 
Crawford. Helen Atark Inn Wil- I>Mii;!a': Mrs A. C. Prlvetf Mrs 
llamae», Dorothy Brown. IV u,y Arm- , Woodward Mrs Parsell and Mlaats 



ttroBg tedXUllan lAltd^OfUMlinii > 
— • • 



=A.delU-i 



C MiirNBb \V Wo 

and -Daphne Pnmcii. 





Me.CMi 



mt MX -CMABOI IT* 
N» Mra e«il^ake fiuw 

OCT RiADY fOR fASTM— 



Easter Suits - to '297^ 

SalU.an fMttMMi rMane Mm^"^ tMa RMt«r. m« iiwir HitiM-liaKAlu 
JiaieH. ■Ila »l*at*a »r tttt tkmUt MH* . . hsv ngar«-asU*rlBc t%»t an. 

PLUME SHOP, LTD. 



!.;ag VI, u f.pt:nt on Hhower for Bride-to-Bc 
Thtursday. when llw home of Mrs. H ' Honoring \fi8fi Gertrude Helller 
|ktrf>a teugh ;---Ctochra«i» attwt;- was • brMe-to-be, Mrs. M. Helller arfd 



IHIt F. t\ P£A8JE 

- Ili' iiii^SlSf'*/ 2l!l*'iL^5li'»4!.lf"*«'"'„«^^ Announce th. Enj^a^ament of The.r Daughter. Helen Eluabch. 



MISS ELIZABETH STEWART 
nounca tna Enaagament of Their Daughter. Mele 
akm, V I Tlia Wt4i(m WiU Take PlaM in yiXy. 



the toeiie of « miscellaneous shower 
given for Miss Helen Watson, a 



Mrs. W. O. Carey were hostes,'< on 
Thursday evening at a inl(irell«n< ous 



bride-to-hf. of this month. Mrs. A. '^'in^T i»t Mrs, Helller's home on 
Home. Miw, Isobel Connachcr and ' Empreaa Avenue. Tht reception 
Mrs. H, Barraelough trruiged tht i rooms were prettily dMorated wiih 

IKirly and were toint hr 'i „<ifv. The , daffodils, pnik tuli(v< and other 
rf^-eptlon rooms IodR^hI l<7vely with ; Spring fluwers A corsage bouquet 
masses of dnfTodlls Upon their ar- j of pink carnations and' violets wa.s 
rival Miss Wat£on and her sUter, I presented to Miss Helller upon her 
Mlai Dorothy Wataon. who la to be J arrival by MLss Doreen Crowther 
her brlde,<maid. unv .'Ixen dniniv The \ilt\n -.uic concealed In a 
corsage bouqueLs. pink carnations ; cleverly designed miniature gold 



Alders." Ganifps 8ix taMM took 
pan in pUy. the prlM» fOitiB to Mrs. 
i Mitchell, Mr. 6. A. Matthewson. 

Mi.s*. Betty Halley and Mr. Pat 
Walsh The purpo.s<" of the. party 
was to raise a small stun to repliM 



Liberal Womca'a Tea 

Pollowinc the address given by 
Premier Fattuiio at the mwtinK of 
the Victoria Libefal Wonu-n > Forum 
yestorday afternoon in the club- 
^ . , room*, tea wa« aorvtd with the 

h.\mn books lost in the recent St.jladiM of Ward Four as hosteeso.s, 
Paul'i Church fire and r equ i r e d l M rs. John Hart and Mrs. fitu*rtX^^'5,i7 — 



A qulx eonteat was much en 

the winners tjelng Mrs P 



and mauve sweet peas for the bride* mine, 

cleot, while her sister received pink Jovcd, 

rimatlohs and ferns. Before she Bn.st\vm>c1. .Mr.s j. Creamei and Mr.s. 

(I 'Td the livinir I n Miss Wat- C OUl. A ,sU-down supjXT was 

eon was handed two satin ribbons, f^erved later at a pFettUy appointed 
AcoempMled by the atrallUi Ot th*;iea table for which daffodil*, prim- 
••Wprldln? March," these led her t-fr r ■ . ,Md fern formed an aitractlve 

a larwe box, de( c;rai(d in mauvp tuid ctniu piece. The Invited guests were 

yellow and .surmounted by a tiny Mrs. C. aill, Mrs. L. Baxter, Mm. M 
brldtl couple, which contctned many j Lane. Mrs. I. Lynn, Mrs. A. Kers 

prr4ty Md useful gifts. Mrs. H P. lake. Mrs P Bastwond, Mrs N 

Ma^s n sane 'evrrnl delightful Sn«e(l Mi., [J Uuiii .Mr.s Biieater, 

ilis. with Mr Bajr.iclouxh at the Mfs. B. Urllfis. Mns. C. Pearson, 

piano. A buffet supiier was served Mrs. M. Irb, Mrs. J. Loffle, Mrs. f 
MrtrA. Home presided at the lace- 
eovered Cable, which was centred 
v,ifh a miniature bride and irroom. 
White tapers cMt a glow over all 
and completed the attractive aet- 
tinf . .flje gutite were Mrs. J. Wat- 
•on. M!* E Atoney. Mrs , F Miller, 



each week f.ii •!,, Sii;id.iv school 
held by Mrs. best at lier home. Thla 
Object was .•:ucc«skfully attained by 
the money derived from the enjoy - 



Mrs 



.T 
TI 



•^inipson. 



Mrs C 



Cr'^mer, 



Hubcr. Mrs. J Creamer Mrs. B. F 
McKlm. Mrs. U. Ulovei. tind MifiMea 
Margaret wrlsht and Dofeeii 
Crowther. 

• ■ « ' 

PrORre*«.ive Brirter 

Captain and Mrs V. C Best were 
hosts at a progressive bridge party 
given recently ftt their home. "The 



Henderson presided at the table, 
oharmlnfly arranged with a crystal 
bowl of Iria. tulips and dafrodlla. 

. . flanked by tali, grern tnpers Mrs. 
able entertainment and eKifn dona- Adcle Kamsay delighted the guesU^ 
tions AmoiiK those pre.M-nt were ; with two VOCal solos. "Lamouiy^ 
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Abbott, Mr. and { Jour" and "In Quelle Trine Mordide" 
Mrs Prank Crofton. Mr. and Mra , rPucelni" and she wa.s accompanied 
G A Matthewson. Mrs F Penros . n" the pi.mo by Mrs. BertUccl. New 
Mrs W E Scott. Mr and Mr.s. members welcomed min Mrs S 
Frank Scott, Mrs. A J. Smith. Mrs. > Preston. Mrs. W. B.yftortlmer. Mrs 
F C. Turner. Mrs, N. W. WlLson, Marfraret Oarriiner. Mrs W Ho^kI. 
Misses a. Chanteloau. Daphne Mrs Mi llis and/Mrs. Patterson. Mrs 
Mnni^ Slurlev Wiu-on .M. i.., a ,J H I .Mi Kei 
paton. V. Case Morris. A. R. Price | Local Cou 
and tile Sprlngfcrd, 

Hssi 

M 

t<iMii 



Ingiaiid 

Mrs. atuart Armour arrived early 
in the week from London, England . 
sailing via the - 'Panama Canal, 
aboard the Parjfir President .md .s 
staying with her sister, Miss Jane M 
Kwuig, atifM Old Ohannlnt Hotel, 




gave a report on the 
of Women. 



It Tea 

C. Synions. regent ol Vlc- 
Municipal Chapter, -i.O.D.E..- 



En)oyable Partlea 

The horn,, of Mr.- Paul Si hmel/ 
322 Oor.e Huad West, was the s«>ne i^ntert*i„ed"to'; ^,u"n*;c7pal 'offl"e« | "^"s sp 
of enioyable parties recently, wheidand conveners. of standing commit- 
^'J^^H'I^TJ^y ^^^t Oakbay Beach Hotel yes- 

«»- ^ ~. .. . tfrday afternoon. Mrs. William £llis 



son and Mr. C. B Tallncjt for 
P,ini<'>. ;,nd .\Ir.^ L/)uLs SchniHs. 8r., 
for contract bridge. "Hi^ present 
were Mr. and Mr*. J./R. Delf. Mr 



' • • • ' 
Back From Engbuid 
^ Mrs. L. D. Chetham. widow of the 
former general agent of the C.P R.. 
1 Victoria, has returned here aCer 
two years' absence in England, and 
for the pTMent haa taken up resi- 
dence at The Aberdeen. MoClure 
Street. 

• • 

KnterUIn Oolfera 
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Todd were 

I hosts at a cocktail partv yesterday 
j at their home on Island Rorul in 
I'.niior of the visiuns and tiuise ink- 
ing piart in the mid-Winter goif^ 
tournament. " - 

— • • • 
From Ceylon — 

srs. J. J Walt and E W Bed- 
lord, tea planters Irom Ceylon, who 
arrhSSTieire y^erday aboard the 



and Mrs P E. Corby presided at the 

table, and the guests were Mrs. 
Shanks. Mrs. It O. We.ston, Mrs. J. 



and Mrs O. C Fr.iTcr: M: an<l Mrs T Jones. Mrs. J. E. Flack. Mrs. C. W. 
Fft vnrd Tiirkci. .Ml' and Mrs. Nor- Wilson. Mrs R. Shanks. Jr.; Mrs. p] 

Phlpps. 



S PECIAL TODA Y 

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R. Wfjod. CJiinerron, .South Aus- 
tralla; Mlv. Caroline Werlhelmer 
New Rochelle, N Y ; Major and Mr.* 
Btruthers. Scotland; Mrs. w.' P 
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Mis H Catterfill. Mrs. C. W. Plumb, 
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ham, Mrs. J. W Hudson, Mrs A, S. 
Christie. Mrs J Qulnn and Mrs. L 
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* • • 

Wetehosin Party 

Mr. and Mrs. a. P. W. Jennings 
entertAlned at ttvo UblMr 0f„brldRe 
on Tuesday evening when the win- 
ners of a series of card parties neld ( 
fit Metchosln. Rocky Point and I 
Booke In the laat few weeha. played 
for the grand prlees offered by St. 
Mnry'.s rhurch cnmmittee. Prizes 
were won as iollow.s: Ladles, flrat. 
Mrs C. A Helnew n. Sooke; aecond, 
Mrs. J. B. Edwards. Rocky Point, 
and consolation, Mrs. H. Slack. 
Sooke CSentlemen. first. Mr. J. B. 
Edwards. Rock> Point; second.- Mh 
P Oray, Sooke, and consolation. Mr. 
Co5;,s\vell .cjookf Refr. shments were 
served by the licstess, a.saisted by 
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W.A.Boatd 

Plans Are 
-Disclosed 

Mrs. D. M. Duncan wlU again 
head the Diocesan Board of Co- 
lumbia Wui.. and the Other pffleers 
elected for thr year at the dosing 

session of the annual meeting yes- 
terday in the Memorial Ha^ are as 
folkMW: „ ' 

First vlce-i)rrsldent. Mrs P, J, 
Brimer; second vlce-pregRliht. Mrs. 
G R. V. Bolster; third vice-presi- 
dent. Mlat B. P. AMtor; racording 
ia crct ary. Mrs. O. M. .prenttoe; 
frea.surrr Mrs A. A. 'Bengough; 
corresponding secretary, Mv». L. C. 
Lytton: Doreai aeoretarjr. KIm D. 
Mott; united thankbfferlng secre- 
tary. MISR M. B. Duncan: Extra 
Ge»»** -necretary, Mrs. R. J Pien r 
educational seciretarauJIlas M Lee. 
^vm eeereiary. am. rrew, Tuntor 
.'secretary. Mrs. R. C. Keane; UtUs 
Helpers' secretary, Mrs, E, J, Harris; 
church t itibrskldery guUd oonv«>ner, 
Mrs. P. O. Oreenway: Living Mes- 
sage,-4ftar M. B. Rathbone; aoclal 
service, Mrs P, V Venables; prayer 
partner. MLs.s A Mauiusell, and 
Columbia Coa.^ I .Misaton convener, 
Mrs. F E. L. PlUlp. 

Til ere were ISO delegates at the 
meetiiiK and the opening' prayers 
were read by Mrs. Heber Cooke. 
Oourtenay, Mrs. Duncan expressed 
*her Rood wishen for the success of 
each branch's work, A report of 
the committee on tlie findings of 
the preaident's address was brought 
in by Mrs. Alan Gardiner, and it 

included a recomnieniiation ' that 
the Church Boys' League be formed 
under the jurLsdictlon Of thO Junior 
secretary. Life ihpmbitrs , are or- 
ganizing for-ttM purpoee Inter- 
cession with Deaconess Simcox as 
secretary. 

The reglstfar. Mra. Carver, re- 

I«->rted forty-foiu- life Umabsa and 
thirty out-of-town delegatce. 
MONET VOTBb 

.BOl'TH HAANICH Mnnev wn.s voted towards the fol- 

The South Saanlch institute will »PPeals: Bishop's, emergency 



Canadian-Australasian liner Aoran- 
gi, are vl.sitiiiK .Mr A O, Watt, 
Vi^la Avenue Brentwood'. 

• » 
Returns to Victoria 

After apendlng aooM time in New 
Zealand, Mrs, M> Pll» returned 
aboard the Aorangi and is at pres- 
ent staying with her mother. Mra. 
A. B. Cotton. 'DBrraoa Avanua, 

» • '• 
Here Froa Winnipeg 

Lleut.-Col. R. J. Leach Is here 
froni Winnipeg and is vi itluK liLs 
parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. U. Leach. 
Uplands. 

DItwMr at -yindebe n l" 

Mr and Mis Frank Higgins en- 
tertained a- few friends at a Hun- 
garian dinner at "VUidObona." Oorge 
Road, last nlghi. 



Womeii^s lnstiluU*s 



holjr a five hundred card party at 
the Temperance Hall. E.a.s! .Saanlch 
Road. OR Monday evening. The 
proceeds will go towaMs the Saanich | 



fund: $100: Sunday school by post 

•100; a new engine for the mts.sion 
boat western Hope In the nio<'ese 

of Caledonia $2:y. hanir.s and 



Welfare Association. The monthlv ' Million. I^ee 
meeting wUl be held at the hall on '^L' furnace for the 



■ ^ -# 
$36; blcydaa for theological ^itudmli 
at SaakatOMi, $16; and waahtnf 

machine and wringer, in the "rukon, 
$2.') The proceed.s of the collection 
at the missionary meeting on Thurs- 
day jntght will be given to ktndtr- 
gifrten work In Japan 

Bishop Sexton made an appeal 
for more money for mlailfl mrk 
On the West Coast. At present there 
was only one clergyman, at Toflno, 
who ia able to vusit ZebalUi#, only 
once every &ix weeLs. The delegate 
discussed the^appeal and deddtfi lb 
buUd a pariali hall at Zeballos aomg- 
time during the year It was da- 
clded that the colle- 'ion from the 
Coinmunl<2p service on Wednesday 
evening be given to th« BlShOILtBr 

work at ^rballof!. 

PLKlKiK OP $3,SM 
The pledge of M,gSO. the same 

amount a* last year, wa.-- accepted. 
Lady Lake brought in a reabluiion 
to the effect Uial any mone>' over 
land above the two $100 bursaries 
for the Anglican Theological Col- 
lege be given to St Chrlsfophfr'S 
CoUege, Victoria. This wu on* 
denad. 

Mrs Walker, Quallua-ski Cove ex- 
pre.s.sed a vote of thanks to all who 
had as.sisted in making tiM AnillMl 

meetln^j such a success. 

In hi.s concluding address, the 
Bi.sliop emphasized the Importai 
of well-established parishes becom- 
ing seif-supporthig In Order to 
enlarge the work Jn northern and 
we.stern parUs of the Island. Hi 
commended the work being done al 
Alert Bay-OS a fine example of mis* 
slon work in the diocese. He spokg 
of the danger of the country !a(Mlnf 
into p«iganij>m if mission work 11 
not undertaken in ' these sphereai 
He also spoke of establishing a 
brotherhood for yoimg clergymen to 
work in the Isolated parts of the 
Island, and olestd ths mseting with 
the Benediction. 

The next board meeting win be 
held at at. Mark's Church on April 
ai at 11 ajn. 



OOfMBBTATIVB TEA 

Among those taking part in the 
pio<namme presented at the recent. 
Ward Pour ConservaUve Associatloa 
tea were Mrs. Bert Noel, vocal 80la«:~ 
Ma.sfer Arthur Oldfteld, pianoforte 
solos; and Mrs. Cowan and Miss 
Thaln. piancfort* sotos. 



Thursday afternoon. Marob It,, 



Mrs, O. Lrith S;wv"t. 



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j Mr, and Mrs. W. R. Moukjs. Olen 
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mnn Winnipeg; B. A Roberts, -Win - 
neapnli.s n,.,, Davis. Montietil; Miss 
I. Carroll, Miss Vir^lnh Butter- 
! field. Mr and ,Mrs Wilrm.-ui, A T 
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Mrs. R . A. Kinghnm. WBlIlnpf,>rd 
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Victoria as a cuesf at (he Empress 
Hotel: -and .yesterday went out to 
James island to visit hemtece.' Mrs 
A B Sanderson Mrs Klngham. 
who is a daughter of (he late Pro- 
feMnr and Mrs Macoun. Sidney, 
Vancouver Island, Ls retumins to 
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EnJoyaMc teening Spent 

In honor of Miss Helen Watson 
«nd Mr Roy oenny, who are to ba 
married thu month. Mr and Mrs 

Walter J. Fletcher entertained last 
night at their home on Beach Drive. 
During the evening the guttts of 
h(»ior were presented with a num- 
ber of useful articles to equip their 
t.eir_-kltchen Thoee present were 
Mr and Mra. Waher Stenner. Mr 
and Mrs: lipomas Denny. Mr and 
Mrs Bdward Simmons Miss Nora 
Ham* Miss Lottie Kaiser. Miss 
i>7r(Mhy Harris. Mr. Jaagroiiigv 
)d .Mr Logan May^. 

will Be^PreacBted 

Among the Canadians to be pre-* 
w nted to the King and tjueen at 
one of the March Courts wUl be 
Mrs. Pollock, 4Hia of lie U te na n l - 




BRENTWOOD 

The Brentwood Instltttta wHi hold 
Its monthly meeting at the Institute 

Hall, En-ntttood Bay, on Tuesday 
afternoon at 2; 15 o'clock. 



LOOKING AaSAD- 



Th a certain shop thev have a 
book In wlui h n record Is kept of 
the evai I rtaion Why any customer 
leaves without making a purchase 
The other day a womairctistomer 
tork up a good deal of time looking 
at black dre-sses. finally leaving 
without buying. 

The a-sslstant— a temporary hand 
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and entered up: "Customer only 
looking at blapk dresses, not 
nig. Husband not dead yet." 



rectory at Beavtr Lodge, Ath.ahimka, 
$35: permanent residence for a 
clergyman at Paddockwood, Sask., 



"What a wonderful linguist (hat 
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Crwnmandor Charles Pollock. RN 

,1 « ho is at Drc*iaai_U.v,ing aL aiUlng. 
' nam nciT ChathaarflnglaiMh. Mm. 
PoUock. who was married nearly a 
year ago in Eiigland. was fornurly 
Mrs H L. Leverln, Victoria, widow 
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it6v.f>-Rr4M>re(tge Speaks 
M(Ni)iiHh-TAev. If. 
MoLeod Evening - 

Rev. P. R. Dredge, inlnl.stor of Oak 
Bay Unttwl Church, will prrach at 
t he itUHliIhg MiTlce mt F1r«t Ueiied 
Church on Sunday. 

Ill thf I'vrnlng Rev Uuah Mc- 
Leod wiU preach, the subject bcins I 
*The ThW Wofd Prom tht Cros.s ; 

Thf mualo tor ths day will »e »i> 

follows: , ---i--^ - -- 

MoriuuK. anthem,-^ ^mwh <rf A ges 
(Dudley Suck), MiOllti, lfr«(_ W 
WrM?ht . anthnn. "Come OnteWm 
'(louiifKli Evening, ?^olo "Arl.sr and 
Bhine" .i£Ul«4, J. Bell: untlieni. 
♦Tha Pidandor of Thy Glory 
(Woodward). " 




mm ML 

SPEAK ON SIN 



Rei^& A. Reynolds Takes 
"WhyTfesus Wept" as 
Evening 1^ 

At First BaptLsi Church tomorrow 
morning the oiinlstcr, Rev. G A. 
Reynolds wlU preach ^ ^ the mmfcL 



SACRAMENT FOR 
PRESBMIANS 

Rev. J. L W. McLean Will 
Lead Observance of the 
Lord's Supper 



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n»e sacrament of the Lord s.Sup- 
pri will be observed tn connection 
uitli tiir niovnliiK sorvlco nt Saint 
Andrews Presbyterian Churrh on 
Sunday. The minister. Rfv J 
Lrwis W. McLean. wlU-«(»HlUCt the 
seivlce and preach.' 

At the evening .sprvicr. rontlnuing 
a course of Lenten sermons, Mr. 
McLean will preach on ttoe fuDject. 
• Jesus and thp Sce ptic" 

Choir music for the day will be: 
Morning anthem. Sweet T.s Tiiy 
Mercy. Lord" .(Barnby). Evening 
anthem. "Come Unto. Him" 
(Clouiiodi; solo. Mrs. J. lUdcUile, 
•Face to Face" (Johnion). 



&Tr KMC ABTHLR CAKLISLt:. 
|kA^ D.Dn D.C.L. 

;H(' this month succwdrd Rt 
R( V. John Farthing as Angli; 
can^ Bishop of Montreal^ Dr. Car* 
li.vic, who served overseas as chap- 
lain with the C.E.F., had been, dean 
of Men' real since 1922. During his 
last visit to Victoria he preached in 
at., /oha'i Church 



puyiHrg 
l or Results 



"The tThprofltableness of am." In, 

the evrning his topic will be "Why 
Jesus Wept," his dlacourw being 
based on Mark xlv, 73. 

At the morning service J. J. 
Matheson wHl sing "Alone Witli 
God " < Abbott), and the choir will 
render the anthem, "More Love .to 
niee" (Mallard).' BveHlng music 
will iticlude a .solo by Mrs. H. Jark- 
son. •'The Vesper Hour " iBrackett), 
a duet by Stanley Mo>wy e hw ch~fcnd- 
Jamet Dinsmore, and an anthem by 
the choh-, '"The Radiant Morn Hath 
Pas.sod Away" (Woodward*. 

At 3 pjn. another of the series ot 
Sunday ajftemoon choral recitals 
will be held, the prf)ia;rammo, being 

contributed by tlie choir of llief****** longevity, will purify and ele 



First United Church, unde^the di- 
rection of w. c. ryu. — 




TRBOSOraiqAL SOCIETY 



"Tlip Ilraven World" will be the 
subject for consideration at the 
regular Wcdnrsday mrriinR of the 
Victoria Theosophical Society. The 
true inner meaning' of the heavenly 
stat4'. how we (an contact that 
slate here and now and now to at- 
tain "treasOT* .In heaven —tliese 
will be some of t he j[olnts taken up 
fur dhsi assion The meietlng Is held 
f ' 8 p.m. In Room 304 Jonei Build - 
iiip. 



As a special feature of the Sunday 
evening programme to be presented 
by the Victoria Truth Centre, the 
new choir will siuk the-inthem, 
"Hark. Hark, My Soul ' (Shelley). 
Rev. E. V. Ingraham will speak on 
the ."-iibjecf "'Praying for Results "' 

The Sunday mornuig .subject will 
be "Breaking Your Bondage," and 
Jay Pogson will alng "The Living 
God " lO'Hara). 

The regular meeting of the Young 
People's Society will be held Tues- 
day evening at 8 o'clock. 

On Wednesday evening at S, Mr. 
Ingraham will explain "What the 
Silence Is." On Friday afternoon 
.at 3, the discu-ssion da.ss meeLs on 
Le&&o;)s In I'ruth. Friday evening 
at t, "Judjgment and Justice" will be 
the subject. 



First Church ol Christ. 
Scientist 

Chambtra St. mM raneara Ava. 
Tbia Chureh Is a Unttb tt 

Tha Uotbar Ohurcb 
Tha nral Obureh of Cbrisi 
.scirntut. in Seatan, llM«achu<etti 

Saaday Sarvlaaa 11 A.tL. 1:M r .U 
'y auMact' 

"SUBSTANCE" 

Sunday. 'Bcliool. <) *nA 11 A M 
Taatiianlal Mr ' i n, Wedneadaj. 
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THIRD SUNDAY IN LEN"^ 
HOLY COMMUNION— « A.M. 
••4 9:10 A.M. 
MstiM — II A.M. 

Evensong -- 7 30 P M 
Preacher: THE DEAN 

St. John's Church 

8 A.M. — Holy CommHnion 



M A.M . I MifWinq fr»ytr 
Prcacktr: CANON CHADWICK 



7.30 P M - Evtmnq Puyfr 

Prssditr: REV. ^ R. V. lOL&TiK 



SwhBTScIiooI and l.bic CIWMS 

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\ irinri* v!*tt. Car. ' 

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THIRD <i|M>AV IN l.l>r 
SAM Hnty rnmmunion 
1 A M Clilldrrn s BfrvK' »nc1 8iind«y 

II A M — MftUa* -.f Bd earmon 
: r M rimbne and earakOB 
WIDNKSDAT 

I/^iitr^ WfTTtet^ Wilh Addr*M 7 in p M 



St Mary's, Oak B^y 

ttdljr CMMunion— * A M 
Manns. UUqy- «i(d fleunon li A M, 
Prf«chi>r: RtV. T. R LANCASTER 

rvniMnf and ■Pmran'^rw 
■Sunday achodl— SiAS and tt AJC. 
^^(■hd•afon A. daL. Naana. M A. 
H. ev 4. Pay— MiAiinaaaHHnl 

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St. Barnabas'^- 

< or I muk and TalfdaiiU lM». t Car> 

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Mrs, Atijiitunt Watt 

Speaks at Litudvl 

Adjutajit and Mrs. Charles Watt, 
coniinandinc officers, will load the 
iiii ' MiiK w I lie Salvaliou Army 
CiUdcl on Sunday. The subject of 
the adjutant's morning address will 
be Tlial I May Win Christ " A 
prai.se meeting, wilii the musical 
forces of the corps taking part, will 
be held in the afternoon. Mrs. 
Adjutant Watt will speak at the 
evriiiiiK niorting on "BttOIMllty's 
Woes and lite Healer." 

EMMANUEL BAPTIST 

Gladstone Avenue at Fcrnwood 
Servicea— 11 A.M. and 7:3Q P.M. 
Sunday School— 9:45 A.M. 
Pastor, Keiv. Dr. A. S. Imrie 



First Baptist Church 

<)u>dra «nd M*<nn SIrrrIa 

nev. C>. A. RrviKilrin. Mmistrr 
^iiiirt»\ arrvlces at 11 AM mid 7 30 P M 
c (• Warren. L RS M, A T c M. 

Orga:il«t and Clinlr Dirrt 'or 



CENTRAL BAPTIST 

'Vp Prcacli Christ Crucified. Riaen and 
CmrIrs Acala" 

Patter: Rc*. i. I. RewtN, D.Th. 

RCV. A. I. MACHLIN 

the Amfncjn Board nf Mmionj to 

. 'he iewt , W >ll S|>eeh i\ 
W A.M., IM fMr^-» fM.- 

■ospel Sembinc Iroadcsit al 6:30 f M.^ 



D<>l (;i,AS ST. BAPTIST C HliKCH 

Pnatla* Sitrrl «nd < Invrrdale Ayalaa 

' - - ITbIi* Vo. ■.' ( «r» 

r>R ORVILIJ: ' DANIEI- Ph D. 
Bfiln K 008PEI> MISSION From 
Sunday. March IS "l* 19. lacluUve 
I)r. OanIM in % Olf'ed «nd rorcrtul 
Preachrr nf'lhf Oo»pfl 
'■'rvlcea: Sunday at -It a'Olock and 7 30 
: Waafcnia.hta . 7 iie a 'CT aak 

-Pentecostal Tabernacle 

SI ; WwO Wit-gfc Ka| W,4. fc. iaktoaU 

- ^ t IS'A.M.— S unday School 
il A.M.— "tlNTrandlMUafc VUlnn " 
1:JS P.M.— •■U»NT— F(w c.lrl<- 
M'^-iKif hv M:^ n .hiri^on 



Victoria Truth Centre 

»ort sirrri 

mv ( V IN< tRAiiAMv^-Spaakafcc 

MHS C C WARN. Musical Director 
<>iiiday. II AM,— Sunday School 
Mnday 11 A M — -BRSAKINO YOUR 
HONDAflE" 

^iii>ij*.v : 30 PM.— "PRATmo POR 

• i-^ » P.M.—Youne P»oi>lf s Society 
\rii;r.>day. • PM. — WHAT THE 

siLKNct nr 

Friday. J P M. — "Lecron* In Tiuili ' 
FrMi.< n P M - 'JUOOMEMT AND JUS- 

•I U f. 



Church of Our Lord 

, Frea Chiircli of England 

< ar. Haaibaldl aad aianakard Slrtrta 

MtavfCB^-nnu svumt II* ukt 
n AM -Mdrnint Pn er and Stmra 

7 30 P M — Iveniiont and Sermon 
Prparhrr at Both Srrtim 

fCARMTOT. WJi, 



.\ppropriate Ttirmrs to Be < oii- 
■idered at Kmmanurl Baptist 
During Next Few Weeks 



^Siibstan 
h Subjectr 
" On Suudar 



'«ub8tance'"wiU be the subject of 

tlw lesson -sermon In all Churches of 
Chriil, Scientist, on Sunday. The 
golden text is: "Honor WB — Lord 
with thy- substance, and with the 
first fmlts of lOi thine Increase" 

I Proverbs lii, 9.). 

. Am o ng t.h«, which com- 

prise the iessan-sermdn la the fol- 
lowing from the Bibl«. "While we 
look not St the things which are 
seen, but at the things whleh sre 
not seen: for the thi/igs which are 
seen are temporal; but the things 
whidi are not seen Mtf etenist" 
<n Cor. iv. ig). ^ 
The lessmiosermon also" Includes 

II If followInK pas.«;age from the 
Ciiristtan SrloiiOf tpxtboolc, ' Seience 
and Health With Key to ttfJe Scrip- 
tures." by-^Hs^ jy^^ Eddy: "Be- 
ing is ho lin es s, lu uTnony. 
it.v. It la already proven that a 
knowledge of tt^s. even Jin small 
degree, will uplift th e phystc«|-stnd 
moral standard of mortals, will In- 



vste character." 



REV. J. HYDE SPEAKS 
ON JUDGMENT OF GOD 



Dean to Speak 
On Parable of 
Prodigak Sun 

THt Holy o^pitnunteft-will 
be celebrated at Christ 
Church Cathedral tomorrow 

at 8 am and 9:30 ... 

In tlie morning the Deso 
Will begin a course of Lenten 
sermons on the Piirable of 
U;<; .Prodigal Son and in the 
evening will ' preach on 
" Joeeph," In continuation of 

the appolnMhOld Testament 

lessons. ~ 



UI PASTOR AT 
CENTRAJJAPTIST 

American Misston BeprcsentatiTc to 



Ob fi 



AppropriiUc theme.*! will bo con- 
sidered at Emma nuel Baptist Ch urch 
during the next few weeks tn view 
of the Commemoration of our Lord s 
passion and death. On Sunday 
morning Rev. Dr. A S Imrie will 
speak on "Loving Care for Our 
Children's Welfare." His evening 
subject will be of a challenging 
nature. "Tlie Kings Highway ' 

Special masic will b^ rendered by 
the choir. Morning, anthem. "The 
Sanctuary of My Soul" (Wood). 
Evening, anthem. "Show Me Thy 
Ways" (Roberts), solo part being 
taken by James Oakman. Hie spe- 
cial soioi,M for the evening is icrs. 
Bernard Uillis. 



''FEAR'* IS TRANCE 
ADDRESS SMJECT 

At Fir st Sp U-ltualist Church. Sons 
of Englania'nsll, lyeeum will be con- 
ducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. by Rev. 
Walter Holder. At the evening 
.-rrvicr at 7:30. Mr. Holder will give 
a tr ance a ddress on "Fear." Tlie 
soloist VIII ' be Mrs. Bdlth Msyell, 
who will sing by rr(|ii<'st •'Thr Old 
Rugged Cross, " Messages will be 
given at the close of the service. 



Church Services ISot 
Listed Elsewhere 



Rev, James IJydp, of St Pauls' 
Presbyterian CTiurch, Victoria West. I 
win preach on Sunday morning from 
the sixth ' chapter of Amos. "The 
subject wUl be "The Judipnent of 
God on AH Who Areat:iMe in, 
Zion,'" J ■ I 

In the evening mmUnlster will I 
preach on the subject "Chrlst"s 
CompassioiLon All Those Who Are 
cia,si,ed at Bruised ReedUi and Smok- 
ing flax."' 



ANNIVERSABY AT 
OAK BAY UNITED 



Rev. B. A. McLeed in Memiiig^ 

Bpeelal Music tn He Kr.itUfWt ai 

Both Service* 



Anhiversary serviofs will be held 
In Oak Bay United Church on Sun- 
day iiiornhiR and rvrning. In the 
morning Rev. H. A. McLeod. M.A., 
BD.. will pr^h snd ladhe evening 
the minister. Rev F R G. DiedRe, 
M.A., will siToak. taklnc for his sub- 
ject ' Help for Life'.s Problenus. "- 

8pecia|-7nasiC will be rendered at 
both these services. Mrs. S. M. 
Morton, contralto, will siriK ' C'xkI Is 
Our Refuge " 'Carey i m the morning 
and the choir will present two an- 
thcnw. "Brealt Forth Into Joy' 
I Simper I and ' Love Divine" (Jes- 
.■-np>. with George Bumell taking 
the tenor solo. 

In the evening the HSydn String 
Quartette will play at V l,") nclcx'k 
and al.so during the .service. The 
anthems will be -Q Gladsome 
Light ' I Sullivan) and '^The Day Is 
Past andOvet*' (Mm«s>, with mi^ 
M.iiT Sinclair and W. L. Pa!t4MM)n 
taicuiK^ the solos. Mrs. Elsa Rldgway 
will sing the solo. ' Lead, /^In^ 




APPEASED- 
TO BE STUDIED 



To Lvm\ K> aii«:<'Iislic 
(atiiipui<<;ii Her*' 



Sermon for C.G.I.T7irem- 
be rt o n ^I tgHqlon' and 
Growing Youth' 



»»» 



Rev. A. E. Whlteliouse will preach 
at both servlees in... lietroiMlltan 

Unit»'cl Church tomorrow HLs .sub- 
ject in tl)e morning will be "Ap- 
ijwasemMit or Pesee." At the eve- 

nlnp; service tlie rnnarilan Girls in 
Training will atlnid Tne .sermon 
will be Religion and Growing 

Youth."__ The^^Mgoto to particular 
are invited .to ee<operil« iff ~thlk 

service. 

The music for thvday will include 
the following: In the morning, the 
anthems "The Lord Is Full of Com- 
passion" (Gladstone) and "O (or a 
Closer Walk With God ' (Foster), in 
which Miss Dorothy Pars<ms will 
sing the solo part. In the evening 
the cJioir will sln« tlic anthem. "I 
Will Lay Me Dowo in Peace" 
'Noble): Miss Catherine Denlson 
will sinp the solo, "Tlioii Shalt 
Bring Tticm In " iHandeU and Miss 
Lauretta McCSll wUl render a 
selected solo. 




MORMNO THEME 
IS FINAL HAZARO 



Mmr. Norman J. Crises Speaks Twice 
—To Address / Children tw 
The ScLlpter" 



McAllister. ,,Evenlnir servl<^ "and 
Sacrament of Communion. 7 p oi. . 

Knox Presbyterian— Rev j Mac- 
kle NIvfn. 11' a.m. snd 7 p.m 

flsJvstion Army Victoria West 
Corp.- Mrrtinc. 11 « ni .Sunday 
school, 2.M pjn. evening meeUag. 



Rev Norman J. Crcof will .t,prak ) 
in the morning at Fairfield United 
Church on Sunday .on | "The Pinal 
Hazard " and tt> the children on 
"The Sculptor." A duet, 'if Wiiii 
All Your Heart," will be sung by 
Miss Lauretta McCall a nd Mr. W. 
Inglis. Thir antheta win be "Bow 

Down Thine Kar" lArrn.sky 

In Uic rveiung the .sermon will be 
fr om th e text. "'. . . and^ cruel 
Tibndage?" oeorge Warren will sing 
"Beside Still Waters" _( Hamblen) 
nnd the cho;r (ioc\ leiMtS tlie 
Night" (Rathbonc*. 



Holy Trlni^ Booke— Rev. H. M 

Bolton Ehensong and .sermon 3 p m 

St.^bi£WBev^£.4:;Qmley. Holy j^ught" (P ughB-EVa hk). 
CommunlQik 11 SJn. ■ Bvenhig 
Pruyrr 7 pm.'_SundSy SChQol «t 

u.sual hour. . ' 

St. Columba.\ Htrawbcrry Vale — 
Rev, K. J. WickVns. Morning .serv- 
ice with Holy Communion, Rev. M. 
Bruce; 11 a.m. E\eiv=ong, 7:30 p.m. 
Sunday .school usual hour. 

St. Johns. Colwood— Rev. R. B.M. 
Yerburgii Holy Communion, • aJtt. 
Even.'-onn, 7pm 

.St Luke .,. Cedar Hill— Rev I-Yed- 
eric Pike. Holy Communion, 8:30 
Am^-r- HoljL. _£ucharist, 11 s.m ; 

F\ri\. oiiR. 7 p m. 

St Mark .s— Rev. O. L. Jull. Holy 
( onimunton, 8 B.m. Matins, 11 s.m. 
Evensong, tm^ A.' B. O. Bendy, 7 

p.m. 

St. Marlins-ln-lhr-n eldS — Rg!r 
-Canon Slockcn. Matins ahd H<Ay 
Communion with sermon. 11 a.m. 

St. Marv's, Metcho.sin Rev H M 
Bolton. Sunday .^cIkkiI. 10 am. 
Morning PrajTr. 11 a m 

St. Matthew's, Langford — Rev. R. 

E. M. Yerburgh. Matins and Holy 
Communion. 1 1 a m 

St. Michaels, Royal Oak— Rev. 8. 
J. Wickens. M t an » aiid Holy Coni- 
mimlon, 11 ajn. 

St. Paul's • travel and Oarn.son 
Church. Esquimau - Rev .\rihiir 
B'ischlager. Holy Communion. g:30 
ti m. Matins, Aeehdesqon , F. 
( omish. 16 Jo~Ein. Kvensong, 7:3(V; 

pm. 

.^t Saviours, Victoria West— Rev 

F. Vj. Vensbles. Sunday .school. 10 
TTrtr^lihlnimf ' service, ii a m 
Even-song, 7 p m. 

Belmont United— Rev. D. M. Per- 
iry Services. 11 a.m. and 7:90 p.m. 

Ksqulmalt United Naval and Mili- 
tary Chinch — Rev James Hood. 
10 30 a m. 

jOarden fiU^ United Rev. WII- 
Allsn. Aftertaoon service, 3:15 

p.m. 

James Bay United — Rev. C. D 
Clsrke, 7:30 pm. 

St. Aldan's United — tUt^ti -Oi 
GrifBths, 11 am. and 7:S0 pJB. ~ 
Victoria West Haltiih-^MT. C. O. 
Clarke.. 11 a^u. 

WtifctesBP W o s d- Oa Hed— Rev. wu-^ 
llnm Allan Public worsHI^VlfiiS' 
a m. snd 7:30 p.m. 



The Central Bapti/;t Church will 
have as guest speaker on Sunday 
Rev. A. B. Msfhiln, fle^d rcpre- 

sentati\c of the American Board of 
Missions to tne Jews, wliu will ^peak 
at the tliree services to be held at 
11 am , 2:45 pm and 7:30 pm. 

Tlic afternoon .subject will be 
Tlie Darkest Hour of Jewish His- 
tory, and the Way Out," and in the 
evening Mr. Machll|i will answer the 
question, "Why Do People Hate 
Us So?" 

Mr. Mschlln has had an interest- 
ing career in Baptist Mi.s.Moniiry 
work in the United States and is ac- 
cofhpanled by Mr. Hemmlnger, song 
leader of the Temple Bl^rttst Church 
In Tacoma. 

RECTOR OF 8IDNEV 
WILL PREACH HERE 



Snatched From Suicide 
Grace Lutheran Topic 

Rev. Edwin Bracher. pastor of 
Grace Lutheran Church, will preach 
Sunday morning at - 11 o'clock on 
"Snatched Prom Suicide." another 
in.'~tanrr of coiner; ion in the Now 
Testament. At the evening service 
at -7:4& the srrmon wlU be ',^e 
c^reatest Commandment." . " ^ 

PALESTli TOBE 
LECTUBJECT 

E. L. Kicharda Will Discuss \ital 
iChanres in British NiW 
East PeUey 



KfcV. URVILLE DANIEL. Ph.D.. 

\\ ;HO will be the special preacher 
>> at both serMcc.'- on Sundity m 
the Douglas Street Baptist Church, 
Dr. Daniel is on furlough~Troni the 
missionary fields in India, and will 
conduct an evangelistic campaign m 
!lie church from March 12 to 19, in- 
clusive. Services -will 
every evening except 
at 7:30 



WILL WARN Of : 
JODGMENTJIOyL 

_ ■ - , — '-- ■ ~ ^ 

Itf?^ S. R. Orr to Answer 
Questions^ Oangers 

Confronting Nations 



' Storm Wiunings of Gods Judg- 
ment Hour " IS the subject of the 
iecture io. . be given by Rev. S. R. 
Orr at the . Grystal Garden audl- 
toriimi on Biuiday nlRht tIw fol- 
lowing q\ie8Uons will then bs sn- 
swered: 

'"What warnings are alrcirly dis- 
played on. this continent?" "Are- 
economic recovery, world peace and 
successful government still within 
the reaeh sf 4he nattanst" -J^m^^^ 
nowr better foundetl reaeenrVMl °evl=_ 
dence for this hope?" 

"What dpport ~ 



available are now open to the Eng- 
lish-speaking peoples?" "Are we 
now confrontcri with the greatest of 
all dangers in tiie possibility:. Hiat 
governments W BI p aten k ' ^w uM 

peace on wrong sy.Moms' " ' Whers 
do we .see that th.- rlim.ix and con- 
clusion of pyramid .^Mnbolism ji 

commeiKie4_*'*o totX of aU ScripUre 

Saturds^Jprophecy?" 

Commiinitv MiiKin^' will begih'p' 
7:15. Doors open at 6:30, p.m. 



Rev. 
St.* 



I R I ,iM. asi. r la VMtor at 
Mary's — Archdeacon NwMU 
To Preach at Night 



INVISIBLE ARMV 
JLL BE THEMEi: 



■ The services at St, Mary's. 
Bay. on Sunday will br celebration 
of Holy communion st 8 a.m.. 
Matins and sermon at 11 a.m. -and 
FAriL oni; and ,sermoTl at 7 pjn. 
The preacher at tli,e morning service 
will be, the rector of Sidney, Rev. T. 
R L.nncaster. and at the evening 
service Yen. Arclideacon Nunns will 
preach. 

Service^ for young people will be 
heW at«:45 snd 11 s.m.. to be fol- 
lowed by the Sunday .school lessons. 

On Wednesday evening the week- 
ly Lenten service will commence at 
8 o'clock, the preacher h>eing Rev 
R. J. Pierce and on Tliur.vdiiy the 
mid-vverk relebralinn of Holy dMn- 
tnunioA.wiit be held at 10:30 ain. 



' Vital Changes in Palostinc: A 
Bntisii Offensive" will be the sub- 
Je(^ of E. E. Richards' address to be 
given on Monday at 8 o'clock in the 
Campbell Building, under the aus- 
pices of the British-Israel World 
Federation. - ^ 

Mr. Richards will discuss the vital 
changes to be adopted by the Brit- 
ish Oovemment in its Near Best 
policy, ss a result of the fsUure of 
the Palestine conference in London. 
These changes, he w-)ll show, con- 
stitute a British ofTenslve, placing 
her with tremendous forces in the 
world's supreme strstegic centre. 
.Mr Hore-BelL'^lia s staKk'cniig state- 
ments of Britain's rising military 
power and her new strategic base 
will be exemplified by jril^ on the 
screen. 



At^St, Barnaboi* 



Qglf- -Jnit..8ehrlces at 

Church on Sunday 



JOSEPH SET AS 
OREATEXAMPLE 

Rector of St. John's Takes 
Subject From Appointed 
Service Lesson 



AT GOSPEL onmw 



Mrs A A HoU.ir, Sef(ttl«> \\\\\ b*- 
ilu- special .si>eaker at the Paleslius 
Prayer Fellowship service oh 



day at 3.pm. st the Gospel Centre 
Hall, Xates and Langley streets, 
when she will give tne ^^te.^t news 
about the work in Palestine. Mrs. 
Ruby U Kropk, president, wUl eon- 
diict the servlee. 



The services at St John's Church 
for the third Sunday in Lent will 
consist of Holy Communion at 8 
a.m.. Morning Prayer and sermon at 
11 am., and Evening Prayer and 
.sermon at 7:30 p m 

The rector. Rev. Canon Chad wick, 
will be the preaeho' at the 11 o'clock 
.service, taking as subject 
"Joseph, a Great Example.' the 
theme arising f/om the l^ipolnted 
lesson for the Service. 

In the evening, the choir will 
render the anthem. "Tiie Radiant 
Morn Hath Passed Away' (Wood- 
ward), and Rev. 0>-R. V. Bolster 
will preach. 

On Wednesday there will be Holy 
Coinnuiiuoii at 10:30 a.m . with in- 
tercession for the sick, and at 8 
p.m. a Lenten service, .with Rev 
Robert Connell as preacher, con- 
tinuing his series of addresses on 
"Christ snd Human Life." 



CENTENNIAL c"35SS. 

c«rc« BmS, N«av G#ycwtei gtfMl 
raalars MM. k utn m D. iNte. DA. 

II \ M — riiiltl In thr SInrm. »t Lll«" 

: .HI P.M — Tht liiTi«iMe.ArM»" 
Boioift. SUwaii- Slmtas 



Fairfield United Church 

Cornrr Mmi Slratt anS ralrfirM a«a« 

n.i\ Nrirmtii .1 Crrrn. HI). HTM. 
II A M —"The riiikl RMsrS" 
To ( blldrrn: "Tin. Scalplar" 
JiS* P.M.-" . AbS CrMi 



ALEXIS MISSION 



The Spiritual Mi.ssion of Alexis. 
1043 Balmoral Road. wlH hold serv- 
ices on Sunday at 7:30. The con- 
trol "Alexis" will speak on " Meeting 
Angels at the Cross Roads, " Mes- 
sages wUL^ given st the .close of 
- the service. ' 



PASTOR TO GIVE 
POSTPONED TALK 



"Christy, la the storms M LUIS'* la 
Siibjrri at CeiMea- 
nial I iiitrd 



"The Candlestick Vision" will be 

the ine^s.-^Kr at thr morniuc 'rrvlcc 
at n in the Prntecastal Tabernacle 
on .SiituiHy (i<>livered by ■the-.pasUMr, 
Rev. W. Robinson In the eve- 
ning at 7:30" Mrs. Robinson will be 
the spenkrr and will tiring the mes- 
sage pwfitponed {rom last week. 
Wliy Fi\-r^Olrl< Left- the Chureh." 
fiwir -turi nrchr'-trri will ii' • !• f 
in-thlp congregational Jincihg and in ! 
speclHls. . ' t 

William Turnbull will a.vp thr' 
me.'^age at the branrii im.s.slon. 
corner of Dougla.s and Regina 
Streets, at 3 p.m. fnd tlie Sunday 



8t . BftfVN^fofls 
w ill t>«i : Sam. 
Holy Communion; 11 a.m. choral 
Eucharis t and . sermon; 7:30 p.m.. 
Evensong snd sermon, all .services'! 
being taken by Rev. Canon Smith. 

On Wednesday at t a.m.. Holy 
Conununion. celebrant. Rev. Canon 
Smith. At 8 p m.. the usual Lentei^ 
.'.(rvice and address by Rev. A E c, 
Hendy. A missionary exhibition 
will be held on' Thursday 'afternoon 
at 2:4,''i In the schoolroom, which 
will be opened by Rev, S. J, Wickcns. 
Addresses will be given on Africa, 
India, China and Canadian Indians 



Si Andrew's Presbyterian Chuxcli 



MfSIION MEETING TOffKlHT 



Dour lH" 
.1 I \'. 
II A M,- 

.w r.M.-t"JMw MS ih9 BMmOt 

T>i<> lllnitttr Will Pri 

wx ^ELcoMC vwibna 



rrri al Ittnuchlon 
Ml I rn, M A Miiin!rr 
oBimnnlan Srrvtrr 




Oak Bay United Church 

r*rnrr .MHrhrIi »n4 brantic kirttta 

ANNivsasABT sanvicss 

11 A M.-Mernlni W«r«hi» 
HEV. H A McLXOD. MA. B D. 

Will Br Ihr Ou^Jt Prr»rhfr 
7 1-1 PM H«d>n Strlnt Qutrtettc 
' 30 P M — Evfiilnt WQralitpi 
' HELP POR un a Pl^LXMS" 
Minuter n*t. T. n. O. Oredir. MA. 



First United Church 

Quadri SIrtrl and BalMoral RnaS 

Min 1« ' f ■ 

Ht\ Hiith A Mc\fi<ti MA B D 

A«.M " n i I ,M 1, > ' <■ 

nc^ J'. I, II T BrII n A. 
SI M»AV seaVK'KH 

II A M REV y n ft DRrnnF 

Of Oak Bar I'nlifrl ( luirrh 
: 30 P M REV mjOH A MrLCOD 

SI NDAv scnooi. 

i ih A M - Inl'-rn>''r1talri and Stnl*n 

II A.M.^i'' >"<■' ptmtit 

TI C.HIIAT 
• P M. V.mi i rvr.i.lr , a<Kirly 



MET]ROPOLIT AN UNITED CHURCH 

Corner IPjndora Avcniw tni Qesdra Street ' ' 
rMtor:lRe». A E. WiiitllweM, I.A, I.D. 



I 



n A.M -"Ar«A$IMINT OR PIACE" 
7 30 P.M.-'miGION • AND GHOWING YOUTM- 
Tfce CCIT. WiM AtftHd th* Evenine S«f*ic« in j K 



A meeting of the Sunday School 
Mission of British Columbia i island 
Division) will be held tonight ai 8 
o'clock In the y .W.C A". H. C. 
Sheppard, Oimcan, B.C., will present 
colored sUdes of the various activi- 
ties of the mi.s'ion and apesk of 
plans for tlie Summer Dally Vsca- 
tlon Bible Schools snd the eamp st 
Maple Bay All inttvrested in work 
among children on ttie IslsM sie- 
invited to attend. • . 



The nfteen-year-okl son of Hsl 

.Sela.>..^l ex-rnirrror of AbvR.sLnia, har 
entered a Welsh college ,to train lor 
work ss a Christicui missionary. 



VICTORIA AND DISTRICT 



BRITISH-ISRAEL ^ 



35^ 



WORLD fEDERATION 

ASSOCUTtON 



(UnScnominal.nnal > 
T.M.C.A.V BLANSRACO STMBT. TH.sDAY. MABCH - |4— • p M. 
MRS. O. B ALTRBB COl^TT— •THE HEART OT TMB BMnar* 
Hndouartera and Bookroom, 10( Cormorant Sirttt niMo K im 




MovriA V. 



T,A?«TERN I.ECTtIRr ST X. X. RICHARDS 
M\R(M M ST * P.M. IJK TBE (A.MPBril. 



mil niNfi 



^"Vital Changes in Palestine" 

•THE IlRiriSH MANDATte A.VD IMf NFAR KArr BTRATSaV" 
ilORE-BXUSHA S DTHPOHI MDN OF HHITIS^Jj TOllCES ' 
BriUs>>-I*rM>l Book^ckiM. MT fort Strfft (Next to Tlmca ButlSlaei 



Heart of lunjtirr 



At Centennial United Church to . _„ ^ ^ 

ajorrew st 11 a m tnt pa.sfor. Rev will he held at It aanir— ' 

t)r Andpew D Reid. will take for hi.' 
subject "Christ In the Storms oi 
Life. " and at U»- p.m., 'mie In- 
vuibie / way." 

At thi inorSing^ervice tiie rhoir 
will, sing the anthem. Llow Down 
•niiyjatr. O Lor d l2AsvMj^,,ind 
in We 4<Vi^Aif^ IFie anthem, "bod 
Sends the NiRht tn BIc! Vs Rest" 
I Rath bone). A .solo. 'Cast Thy 
Buidcn on Uw LoKi'^^^"«ltrsinBTeST 
^1 be |iven hf Stewart flemlng. 

GORGK PRi >in teRIAN 
CHIKIU 

The sacrament of Co mmunion will 
W^tOWIfir'^WiiWnww momtag at 

Oorge Pre-hvterian Church, wheji 
Rev. T H. McAllister will preach 
Choir music will be 4M follows; ' The 



CHUR( H NOTICES 

I.IBMrU. C ATHOI.K 

f iMiti 1 rif Ci'orae. lOIl QovcriUIUnt 
Sr .,.!-' .= r,rt».- Holy riKhanil. II am 
Snt^mn BfnMlctlon. 7_iO p m. Othfr 
'.Tvicra ai annouhrfd 



f-HRIjOTADRLPNIAN 



flri'tuflriphur Shrlna T»mpl». V!r* 

P'lr-rtii- tl n rfrjrk. Public addrr^;. 

,'.'1 p ni " 

f.°hriittartf iphian, Oranic Hoil, COV'tntr 
8<tw, Mnmtn-r:-' tl ' Ev^rlhS 1 10. lub- 
ifjtt. "Tho Kint of Uif >' » All wtlcomt. 



no^rn. 



On Tuesday night In tlie Y M c A 
hx^l. t hr V l cu irla aiwt-Di^trlct Brii- 
Ish-Lsrael Awictatlon will hold its 
j ii.'.ual public meetinR The speaker 
will be Mr- G E Altree Coley. who 
will talk on "The Heart of the em- 
pire.- ■''^ 

Cnlev Is a'wvU-known au-hr>r 
and ha.', lu^t reUintMl -fMrnRniland. 
w'nrrr s\,r !ia. tr.r. r!rd verj' exten- 
sively during the |>sst ttro yesr^, 
and she Intends to diseleee s new 
pha,v of the .S'-ptember cn,>-is .^nd 
discass the question r.s to whether 
BrltL^h-I.'^ra«-I ha.<^ not a r.pecial mes- 



<in pr\ Hall 

10 a m 



HAM. 

HlllikKI' 



CRYSTA L GA RDEN AUpiT ORUiM— 7:30 
lefleriNe Street fsfisscs" ttsMsd CeipiSH ttetell 

R. ORR 

"STOiM WiWHMai 
OF 

fiOD'S COMING JUDGMENT HOUR" 

What »ari»jn«a arc alrratDi .il.M>laye<1 on Diu rrniMnrrf Ar» •conomlr 
rtcatarjti mHS doom sm Miectotfui lovrmmrrit *Hhin r'trh' of itio 
natlonif Hav» •» now b»tUr afrurltr and »»id»nr« fm tin, »,<>,,♦' what mpiji 
UiniliM hMhrrto una oiiahlr «r<> nnw opMi io th* Bntllah apMktiM PttHnf 
Ar# W noar cmifron'M »itt, th» «r«a(«at of air mnc^ra- In Iht poMSimv ISSt 
tnvrrnm'iiU wU: p»''- uj) a arj^ld p»ace on •rOn« «rtt«m«r 




P II. (.os-'l "r\irf. itiMVtr Mir. 0,' A. 
W»l:»rr Tiiur'flav, H p rn . ^Ptajfr "nd 
Blbl» M'jdT. tuhif"' ' Judr < Epistlf f»ri 
dar 7 pjr, »p»cI«I (ti;'lr"n'» Ian 
»«r*lef . 



SALVATION ARMV 



MI.V1 Ada R Burt: sntTifm. Se^k 
Vr : . ; Id •• soloist. D R Park. 
Vesper Hymn (NlCMOI). aoloUt 



flalrauon Army Cn'l'' P-'mi ." r^rt 
''un'liv !• ] n aril 7 iO Sunday Ktiool. 

>v ard SaturSa? slSM. t 

Aa-iii»ni, Bftd lira. C:' 



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oPiaiTIALMT 



Kf Ppr, Chufrr BOE Hall 
U-rruw II ■ rr, irancr a^drcaa. 7 lO p.m , 
w« rr Holdit. aol out- ma aoMW 

' fminuf: :WMSf. im, 

a« S ir r» V B T « , ■ ■ 



Dearest Ksme" iNichol.. sol^.y,»ge;i{!f ..UiiVews at'iliu tin^^ jj V 
MI.V1 Ada R Burt: sntMm. Se-k "nje MsrisoW hrancK will nirrt nS'T**-'^ 



Tfip Marigold branch will mm tfC 
tiie CCF hall, comer Carey Road. 



3^. tPit 



A, "tit, 

5 1 



rr 



i'A7 Balmoral Roal 
Tmida^ 



Virtoria 



Tiu.of>ornv 

Th^oopltlral Secirtr. 



Miu I on Tiieadsy, Mrs. Br«ke belaf thei ^irem r«sii 

.j,peaker. . '• - --4^^;^ • » ■ • 



Joaifi 
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AUSPICES or THE MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATIOM, VICTORIA, IC 
Th« World Don..nion Mo««mrn>. Inc and Tli« lo/itli and Foreign liblo SocMtf 
Will Co-op«r*lc in Tkoir 

^-ANNUAL GATHERINGS 

WIONESOAY. MARCH 15, »93»— 2 30 AND « R M 

V- JT. ANMEW'SnnjgYTIglAN CHURCH, VICTOIIA, I.C " 
■ ^ • frcackor: * 

REV. ALEXANDER McLCISir~ 



CHAIRMEN 



2 30 R M — «EV. J L W. McLEAN 

I f M -«|V. CANON r. A f. CHAOWKK 



•) -xi Ar« CordiaJlT Invi fi fo Haor a MewS Bw* TTilrty Ytara • MUOionarr IR 
tnSta. AMhorttatii* Uoturvr and Wriur on Um Mom ISSMIttsU- Tlw 
— , — ^-r-B«M«r M tlw Worts ~ " " 



tMB muftmom mmst •and 

NQrrc-RM>»pti«n obs loa at rloa* of <«'rt«rR«en saMiaa le »oot,««¥ 
MeU4Sl*»<«iMo^ «f M lftlOR oSUUMSIa at .~ ' 



hi. 



10 



^£ I)AX1^ COLONIST. VTCTOiTA\ B.C.. SATURDAV, .MARCH 11, 1939 V 



i 




Imperial Committee Sailed to Antarctic With Lincoln Ellswortli 



Suggests Fi nancial 
Aid, for Shipowners 



GroHiiijr roiiipcliiioii ol Japaiiesr in I'acilir aud 
lndiaAi <J< raiih l{('<|iiir('s "^Soiiir !N<'w Form of 
Orgaiiizatiuu'" to Mcel it 



. By PAT UMHBL 

OaM«tsD Pr«M MUtt WrUtr 
U)JtOOIf, March 10. — AW for 

Brltbh .Jiipplng In the Pacific and 
Jndlan Oceaiu to meet growing 
Japanese compttltk» juuLOirged to. 
nlfht in a regoit ^ Xi^per^ 
•filpping committee. — 

It was suggested tlic Go\Trnmenti 
of the United King4Qni and the 
Dominions eontlder flnuieiil ai- 
rtstanrp to Brlliih .shipping com- 
lM>nie* to enable them to modernize' 
their fleets and to help tlMai'BMet 
the cotU oX operation. 

Tht committee also" recommended 
that Empire GovernmenUt urgently 
<onsldcr the need for "some new 
form of organliation •pedsttr 
charged to watch nvr British .ship- 
ping in MIddlf muI far Eastern 
Wfttera." 

The committee beKaa lus inquiry 
In Marcl). 19:)7. iiuo the position of 
BrlllslT ^Jiipping in the Orient. The 
signatories of the report Include 
Vinwnt Massey. Canadian High 
Commuvioner to the United King- 
dom. Sttinley Bruce, A iialraliap 
Hifh Conamlaatoner; w. J. Jordan. 
Htm Zealand High Commlasioner; 
Charles te Water. High CommLs- 
aloner for South Africa, and Sir 
Fivdwlck Leith-Rosff, chief eeo- 

ivBiwtr. A#v^Mmr thf British Govern- 
ment. Sir Halford Mackinder for- 
mer chairman of the Imperial eco- 
nomic committee, was chairman. 

If Brittih shipping in the Orier>i 
1« to be supported, the roiwrt pro- 
posed that the oovernnients .con-' 
( aider "financial a.s.sistance to ahlp- 
pinff companies for modanOMtion 
or their fleet."^ " 

It recoRnlzpri that construction Of 
new and more efficient vesaels 
vnnid help the situation but con* 
«hMM that apecial assistance for 





this might "be-anttot^mitid^'im- 

le.ss step!5 were talcen «Unultaneou.sl . 
"to ensure that a filrShd reason- 
able share of the carrying trade be- 
tween the various parts of the Km- 
pire and Japan is allotted to the 
oiercantlle marine of the Empire." 

Th^ prorlsloo of "some financial 
asslstanoe towards the cost of oper- 
ation" would .strengthen the bar- 
gainlng power of British lines iu 
thel^MfMtoUoni wtth competHcra 
the report said, stres-sitiK ih^ 
desirability of maintaining and 
:>tri'nKthcnliDf British ih1pp*"t In 
the Orieiit. 

- ^StJES mv oLVE i i- — 

"Tha issues Involved." it added, 
"concern both naval and economic 
defence In time of peace and war." 
The iielp needed mast urgently, the 
committee found, was In the "liner 
trades b«fire«n Austiralift and Japan 
and between India and Japah " 

In a postscript dealing with the 
Sino- Japanese conllict, the com- 
mltte* declared "it would appear i 

wbe to anticipate and prepare for!pa.st six months in Auiiraha 







EXQUISITE IN DESIGN . . 
RICH IN COLOR . .vTHiSE. 

SAROUH RUGS 

TIm atmest in utiiffefiMi is to be. foynd in tliCM fine 
rugs. Tli( beautiful dctignt arc ciact copies of eipenture 

OrienUl rugs, and the deep, luxurious pile is blended from 
thirty-tercn vaiielics ol wool, cnsurtr<g the moimum of 
wear «nrf ricti appearance. U k reajly a plcaiurc to own 



110.00 
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27 X 54 

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32.50 
16.50 
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,)• IHf PAY 



TRADE IN YOUr OLO PURNITUM AN» . .i 

FURNISHINGS 1^ --^ ' 

Ai fart Payment on New? 

THE BAY'S trade in jllowincci jtc ciccptionilly gcnei 
out. Just phone E7III and our representative will call 
ar year komi sad |iv« s vsiasNeii eii'yew trsde-im. 




3-Piece Chesterfieli Suites By 



— Aiaoetatod Screen News Photoi'rapb. 
a large area of the Antarctic Continent for the United States 



RetiirninR from the expedition which claimed _ _ w.-.«. 

flag, three of the Wyatt Earp's complement arrived in Victoria yeaterday morning aboard' th«' Canadian- 
Australasian liner AorangL From left to right they are: B. J. Trerice, Canadian pilot from Amharat, Nova 
Scotia; Dr. H.^. Rhoads» aapedition physician. Bvarett Waah.: sfid F. C. wlr«l^ V"^ 



SMART SUITES IN MODERN DESIGN 
These attractive, good-looking suites give you all the com- 
fort of higher priced sets . Expertly constructed 
aii4 uphobtcred in qaslity U pcUry Qft f\tk 

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BETTER QUALITY KROIHLER SUITES 
Graceful in design . . . and tht Kroehler construction 
assures years of ceiMlart sad dmkility . . . Carved 
weed bssc rail . . . ridr-tspettry, |Sf| 

veltac end nehsir c e» s r in« i . fries/ si 1 WvwVU 

fmWtn. Fewrtti Fioer stTHI lAY 



th* I'Tipert 
balance of 
futurt." 



of tiew 
Oriental 



trade 



in 



th*- 
the 



l>eaJiiig at, vaudeville iheatre.s. 




IS 




ap- 
He 





to VhtTboitrg and Southampton 

~ilsr. 24 QUEEN WARY 

Apr. 1 AQUITANIA 

Apr. 7 QUEEN MARY 

Apr. IS AQUITANIA 

Apr. Ig xGEORGIC 

Apr. n QUEKN MARY 
a Cobb. Hoviw, t)owUiuipta« ooly 

fo Pt]fntouih» IjHiitoH 
Mtr.M. AUfONIA 
Mar.M AUIIANiA 

Apr. fi ASCANIA 

<o Belfast, Liverpool \ 
Mar.ll t* BRITANNIC 

K.24 ANTONIA 
.11 t'KVTNIA 
Apr. 7 ANPANIA 
AK*i4 t*LACOMIA 

m HALIFAX 



to Plyniuuth, London 
Mm*. If AUSONIA 
Apr. 2 AURANIA 
Apr. 9 ASCANIA 

fo Helfaat, Liverpool 
Msr. 27 ANTONIA 
Apr. U ANOANIA 



Ask about our winter crultot to 
Nassau,. Havana, West Indies, 
Spulh Amorica and ArMind 
tha World. 
Tht mmn 10 sm ia your own 

travel as^t, ar 



Wife and Children Speeding 
Home — Rancher Wounded 
By Convict 

. Speeding to Chlcafb. where their 
husband and father is in hcspital 
convalf ; uin a murderou.s at- 

tack made on him some time since 
h'. a paroled convict, Mrs. L. O. 
Vol brugehrii and two children 
reached Victorila on the Canadian- 
Au.straladan Uner Aoranffl yesterday 
morning. 

A sheep rancher of PH:k Rapid 
abotti aoo miles north of Mlmiea- 
polis, Philippe Verbrugghen. son of 
the late Henry Verbniffhen. noted 
niuMclan and former crindiK lor of 
the Minneapolis Symphon; Orches- 
tra, was on his way home from a 
visit, to a neighboring ranch when 
the paroled convict held him up and 
shot him. wounding hijn seriou.sly. 

Mrs; Verbrugghen, who was visit- 
ing htt parents, in Sydney, when 
the .sJiooting occurred, inimedlatrly 
left for America. She said she had 
sptiu many anxioii^ momenta since 
Jllt_a.'<."iault liappoiird, but v^a.s 



greatly relieved now iJiat her hus- 
ba nd ft welt~«long the^road to 
Recovery. - • — 

■ HOOP- RU LLCB 

A champion hoop- roller returned 
to America ye.sterdiy morning. He 
is Jack Gregory, who hss spent the 



3IIIIIIIIIIIIC3IHIIIIIIHIC1IIIIIIIIIIIIC 

NORTH ! 



FOWILL mVW . OCEAN FALLS 
FRINCE RUPERT • ANYOX 

STEWART 
Steaaier 'Lcsvtt Vsaceavcr llrtry 

MNilV, IPei. 

}-ortniuht!u Satltrxr lo 
Qacrn Charlotte Inlands 

CANADIAN 

ITATIONAJL 

STEAMSHIPS 

JIIIIIIIIIIIIClllllllllllllClllllltlllllltJmiMMfWc 



likes Australia, he stated, and thinks 
it Is a wcmderful country. He In- 
tends to go back. In the mcmtime 
he will .play an engagement in the 
Beacon Theatre. Vancouver, and 
is- booked for a .slxteen-werk en- 
gagement at the San Francisco 
ExpoBition. 

WRESTLER BACK 

Followiiiy a .tluee-month tour of 
AustraJU. Bobhy Roberts. Dayton, 

015(0. "artived back on the liner 
Aorangi yfeitej-day. He will do aome 
urestlinr in Washington, Oregon 
and British Columbia before goint; 
East. A former college boy and 
aniat^-ur Iwavywelght champion, 
Roberts turned prof e.s.siona 1 m 1935. 
LUMBER VE.SSEL 

To load lumber for the Uhited 
.Kingdom, the British fri'iKhicr Til- 
sington Court wa^ a^i airival %t 
Ogden Point Piers yesterday. The 
Ti^slngton Court docked at 5 a.m. 



VANCOUVER SHIPPING 

VANCOUVER, March 10 (CP>.— 
The freighter Treearrall reached 

ix>rt trxinv aftfr nn rvcnfful \oyage 
Irom P'lroix'. (lima\cd when she 
.Tn.su rr<»(l dLstre.s.s flares from the 
Ilhhboat Barba off Trail. Island, 
near Victoria. Thursday night. 

The Barba. .stalled by engine 
trouble, requested « message for a 
towboat be sent ashore. Hit Tre- 

rnrrall COmpUcd Mid cam« «B tO 

Vancouver. 

In a rough' run across the At- 
lantic, tlir-Trrcarrall changed her 
cour.se to go to the a&s Lstance of 
the freighter Maria de Larrlnaga 
which was lost with all han da. Bhc 



MAIL AND SHIPS 



WBATHEB RSrOBT 

R8TEVAN - Cloudy; WMt, ««dfntt; 
29 S4 modirata aweii. 

LBNNARD WUAilD- fart tlmttf. aarth. 
etit. Ilaht: M.SO: iao< l wst« ata. 

PACHENA - Ovareaat: •outhweit, Hgtit: 

«0. choppy. 
CARMANAH— Cloudy: Wttt, (reih. it »S. 

clioppy, 

CAPC BXAUC— Cloudy; wtu. lUht; 

as.Mi. «hef»v. 



WIBBLUB BVORf 

(Eairvan, • p.m.. ualcu etiMrvlia itatrd > 

BARRWHIN ~ Bound Britannia from 
N»mport *20 mllfs iioulti of Cstevan 

EMPRESS or CANAIJA— Bound Victoria. 
844 miles from Vicioria «t nooa. 

KINOSLKY— Bound Victoria from Baa 
FraneiKO, 197 mll«» from Victoria.' 

ALBIRTOLITE Bound Vancouvfr from 
B*n Pedro. milr-.s fiom V»ncou\rr 

KINO JOHN— Bound Brltmh Columbia 
(or ordm. abram San ?iunii,((> 

PfUNCBSB LOUIBE -Arrived »t Prince 
Rupart at t p.m. 

CAROCNA— Arrived at Prince Rupert 
at 9am 

HAOLfelOH Bound bonivlrw. Wastiinv- 
tOD. due at the Pilot Station at 2 p m. 
taiiar. 



resumed tiTT course when other ves 
sela wlre^*'^spd they were' tiotcr, to 
the doomed ship. 




fl7 (.raniiiu 



Am '111 * t I 



To ENeLIND 

Panama Canal 

Fraai n r. 

n-.t 1-r-. ' ■ rrf nuniflf rabiin .'(iiim'rr) 
' ■■' ''! . -l:irniifiit ^all!ng< fm 

'irtlifi parlirularn appiv In 

C!ANAMA»| nuvei. i.KAt.l r 
imrilfanranjiblff.., V>nre«vrr. B ( . 



Four \e, sr: - Her.son.spool. 
TiocHrrrvli. CHxxJleight and the 
Ciroen freighter Ellin— are in to the 
Seaboard Shlppihg Company to load 
wheat and lumber for Europe. 



. The Japanese freighter UyoMaru 
is in to Canada Bhlpp^ Company 
to load concantrataa for Japan. 

Maedo Shimlcki, nineteen-year- 
old Japanese seaman of the freighter 

Ss. Uyo Maru, who suffprofl a trar- 
tured back m a • i ••, fAo-foo', fall 
down a hold wiule tiie ship was at 
fie», was rushed to hospital when 
the ve.s.s*>l fiorkrri here today. Mis 
condition was de!>crlbed as Serious. 



WBBN lOlUI CUMB 

BBITIilB MAIU 

I 10 pm,^ Marcli 6. Duchrw of Rtcti- 
aiondi 1 10 p m.. Martfh i, AQdania. 
4 PBii, March 9, Pretldent Hardlnt, via 
New Yorlk. air mail rloiri 3 1} p.m., 
March 13. 4 pm. Mardi \:. Ilr dt Tranrc. 
via New York, air mail closet 3:19 p.m., 
March 14. 1:1S March II, DttdieM 

of Bedford; alt nail elosa* S:1S pm., 
March 14. 

ATLIN A.N'D Tl'KON 

I 10 pm. March 11. n. li i, VntiLOj- 
vcr i ni . Mrtit :i 1 , .'»*. ■ ^ : ' * ,r 

Al .STRAUA AND NLW ZI.AI.AM) 
4 r m , March li. Anranii. 4 p m , Mtrdi 
M, Mouterrv. via San FTandsco. 

< IIINA A.\D JAPAN 

II IS pm, Marcli «. ih.av.* M.i'< 
4 p m,. March R, President Co>^:.rlir. \ » 
Sao Pranclacei 4 p.pa.. March la, lmvr^^* 
of canatfai n.is p.m.. March 3I; Hie 
.Manir'4-v.aia April 1. tmprtaa at Ruiiia. 

■ONOLULi; MAILS 

11:11 P.M., Marti. J.-JU... . 

— ftf^'f^ ~ 



L 




110 P Bi.. Marcb 10. II, -■•■■' ^ 

WEST INDIES • ~~ 
110 p m . March S _ 

Ql CF.N rHABLOTTB ISLANDS 
l is- p.*.. M*r4k S. IT. n. 



FROllYDNEY 

Aorangi Offioers Reported 

Average Passage— De- 
layed by Head Winds 



From Sydney via way ports, the 

Canadlnn-Au.strala."-ian M.s Aorangi, 
Captain T. V. Hill, commander, tied 
up alonR.<;ide Rithet Piers shortly 
after. 10 o'clock yesterday^ morning. 
Offioers of the ship ' reported an 
average pa-s-sage, the ship being de- 
layed .some by strong head winds 
between Honolulu and Cape Flattery. 
The Aorangi brought in approxi- 
mately 900 travelers in all cla.s.ses. 
fl number of whom embarked iit the 
Hawaiian port. Tlie liner pioceeded 
to Vancouver st^tly afte> 11 
o'clock, after landing local and 
United States passengers here and 
dLvcharniiitf general cargo 

Among the arrivals on the Aorangi 
were E Tristram, -principal of 
Me.s.'^r^ TYistram's Limited aerated 
water mamifacturpr.'^, Bii.sbanr; Mr. 
and Mrs. B U Goodwin the former 
being a director of Edwards. Dun- 
lop Company, paper manufacturers, 
.Sydney: Mr and Mr.-;. A W. Light- 
foot, the former being factory man- 
ager of NichoUuH Aspro Oompahy, 
Melbourne; and P. A. Tanner, man- 
aging director. Tanner, Micldleton 
Company, timber merrhnnUs. Sydney 
Also aboard the hner were Mr. 
and Mrs. L. P.- Burfass, the former 
being ' a dtreWBTZinr Australian 
Oencral Electric Company. Sydney; 
.C. H. Holmo.s, manager of the Auaa 



|-4flHMr«: About JfltC ~ 
Payment PlaiT ^ 

Thit plan makes ir cjiy to buy Ihc thinat you w«nt 
fee ye^^fii^^^^^^RB^^^^^r'^^^^a^^a^^^^^^e^^^^^^Mi^ 

Ju$t make j smjil down payment at time of purchaic, 
and the balance may be payable over • period of 
Nieiirin. Oar Accaaalt' AiviMr, Paartli Ftaer. will 
be pleased to give yoH full detsUa 



Special 3-Day Sale 

Library Discards 

Here ij J splendid opportunity to purchase many (inc books 
It in amazinqly low price All in good 

condition, and the assortment includd Romance Ad«cnfurc 
Mystery, by weT? known aufhori We 
fuggnt early tliepptiig lor first clioice! 
Esck * 

Special 'i lor T.Or 
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Ma 



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Maintained Poiition 



NEW WESTMXNanbl. March 10 
(CP).— New Weatmlnstcr mainUincd 
its position a.s the third Idfieat ex* 

porting port In the TWmlnfon, ouUr 
ranked cinly by Montreal and Van- 
roiivcr. j. U. Robson. chalrman^f 
tlie navi(tation committee, told tlie 
flfty-.s«>vpnih anmiaV meetlnc of the 

j New We.>tinimter Board of Trade 

, l.i..t night. 



BHippiNO ( \i i:ndab 

To ARaivr 

r|MllllK,\M ; , pii Kimrtom. March » 
FACIKIC PRKSIUKMT— United Klnadom, 
ch 7. 

HIK MARU (Vancouver)— Japan, March I. 
i OllANni — Air.tral.a. N«w Zealand. Fljt. 

HW^an. March 9 

MPUrsfi OK CANADA— China. Japan. 
V an, Marrii IJ. 

ItACIA — United Kinidom. March It. 
ALTHTBIUB— China. Japan. March l«. 
X>0HOOIt#-United Kinidom. March 17 
AClFtC EXPORTKR— United Klnedom, 

rch il 

EMPRCaa OP RUSSIA— China. Japan. 
Murrh JS. > 

.'^AI.ACIA— United Klnedom, March 2b 

HEiAN MABO (Vaaaoam) - Oawaa. 
March M. ~ 

OKLnHYK — Rotterdam 
March 11. 

TO DEPA«T 

HIKAWA MAWg (taiMWI ■ ISp II. 
March i. 

AORANOl-aawati. JUI. Mi* toaiaBd. 

Australia. March li. 

EMPRESS OP CANADA— Hawaii. Japan. 
China. Phillppinea, March la 

HU MAJtU (VaacouTCflWaMB. March 

aOi 



and London. 



iiOAlTINO CKAPT 

tiletflT- thlneeas Maieuerlte 




ALTSPRIMCISIAMIlL 

FERR^ 

DAILY SAILINGS 




_7 



Ir Fulford Hsrber. 
L*. Swarta lay 



. 1:15 s m. 
aak 



4 00 p «. 

S<» P.M.' 



Fares 



AutomobHes (hicfaAit #rtvrrt„. 75c te 

- Pauengeii ,,... - , ^ar » : r^ . f . : j '29e 

Tracks dadailM 4Hv«f).^...SI 25 to V 00 
Metarcrabi HkcMiac driver) Vk 



t our Feared Drowned 



VTi 

Ktniiei 

wlU leave Victoria for Vancouvrr dally 
at 1 .^J p m,; S.i. PriiictSJ KaHil»fn or 
8a. Prlnceaa Marcuerlte will arrive at 
Victoria dally from Vaneowvar ai 1:U> p in . 
8a. Prlnceaa Joan eiMil',' Prlnceaa Kllzabctli 
will leav« Victoria dall- fir Vanrmivfr at 
(12 m;rt'iHhl K.^. Prlnrr<« j:i n; 8 . Prlii- 
I r"^ PUfabnh irtll arrlrr at Victnria from 
I V» III nijv rr (lailv at 7 am, 

VIC-roRlA-8«ATTLt— aa. Pr^njceaa Kath- 
leen or 8a. PrlBceas Marguerite will leave 
Victoria for aeain* daily at 4 W pm i 8a. 

nceiia Kathl»»if or tu. Prlncrna Mar- 
Suerite will arrive at Victoria dailr from 
Beattie at i U p.m.t 8«. Iroquois will loave 
Victoria daily (or fiattlo " * \k a gi't 
irnquoi* win arrtvw at n et e ttS frew aatttie 

daily at' » JS • nr. — 

VICTORIA-PORT ANOXLCB - 
4UoU will leave Victoria daily 



Fof Farthtr iMtsmstlen and Motor Coadt Connictleaii 

i n?! . . 



CHOSEN PRESIDENT 

OF BOARD OF TRAD&I 

NEW WF.s r.MINSl'ER. March 10 
«cy>.~««Uffh-jL MaoPhermft- -iN» 
■ uiiK tw wusIf tvu mi x pnmSmt at the 
.\>w We.stmln.";ter Board of "ft^d**. 
.surreeding D. O. Orlmston. at the 
board's -fifty -seventh ammal meet" 
lnc-4ast night. 



an. Iro- 
fcr Port 



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eoir HiANM piMiY ca 

UMITKD 



LONDON-.-March 10 i/fi. — Wow 
naval reservists wetd feared drowned 
yesterday when tjie Atfityrtlty 

ll.iwln S; I)r.i)!Mi;r -.iiik after a 

cothsltm with the ttshlnf tr awltr 

Aquamarlne;.J»^ jmw Httmttw.fJf^^et^iV'd^iC ff^ """""" ' ' 

t:3S a m 

(IALT8PRINO IBIWlNn — M% r t P^ck 
t»avr< flwurtr Bay daily rycrp; Wnli r.:(l:»v 

Tor PulMrd Harbor at y 3(i <\ n., mid ;i 
p.m.1 Ma. gy Peek leavea Pqltord- HarWor 
dailr oxeept WrdneadaiJsr •wana Satr at 

t:l9 a.m, and 4 p,in. — 

VICTOIUA-Oirt.r ISLANDa-VAlfCOUVtR 
>--«*.'Prtnvwt M«Fr'«in-wa»*- Vtttwrta at 
1OJ0. -aja^ Tucadaya. for Van<utivrr \ % 
nuir Tdlandl: 8.<i Princeti Mary mul airur 
at Victoria tIc Gulf Iilandi at 4 10 p.m 
Monday! . . . . i 

WEST COAST Princeiii' Mnqnlnna 
leavea victoria on the lit. nth and 3Ut nf 
erery month for Port Alice and »»v ports 
on The waat Coait or vencoum taiand. 

NANAiMo - VAHcouvnu-aar 

r.iaine will leave Naaalmo dall 
Saturday and Sunday, for Vaneouvwr. Bl 
' 44 a m. and 3 10 p iw : Ba. Prnlcaaa lljNae 
win arrive at Nanaimo from Tancoartr. at 
MS pja. aae Srli 8b. Prtneoes Bslas 
will losTo Naaatmo. for vanoeom. oa 
aaturdar only at 7:45 am.. 2:10 pm. and 
I IS p m 1 8«. Prlaeeo* Klaina will arrive at 
Nanaimo, tram Vancovvtr. on Baturd«y 
ealr ji i: H pw. atM lit* p.m :,aa^4*rui. 
<mrlKK>m win mra nanaimo rer Tsn> 
co'ivrr on Aundav nn,^ at | 4|> rm.- 8*. 
''"AMM •<>*>"• arrive at Nanalaia« 
tra» .Vajtewim. m^mm Ur ealp, M 1;U 



tralian National Travel AtitAflatltm, *^ Detroit Red Wings wlU be di 



BytamrrUr. and Mrf J. ttiv, the 

•former being Estonian cr>i.. u! for 
New South Wale.«<. \iho hns been 
tran.'^frrrefl a.v ron.slul- general at 
New York; and three members of 
'the nisworth - Wllkins Antarctic 
party, Mpssra Trerise. Rhoad.«i and 
Seid, returning to their various 
homes, 



TODAY 

10:55 a.m. — Verdi s "Rigplelto," 
starring Lily Pons, Lawrence Tlb- 
bett and Jan Kiepura, will caiit iude 
the Saturday broadcasts from the 
stafc o( the Metropolitah. Opera 
Hou.se In New York, KOMO. CBR 

12 noon— Cai Tinney, newspaper 
(Columnist, will Indulie in a battle 
of wits "With three other conlr.Mants 
chosen from the audience of the 
new quia series, "It's Up to You. " 
Questions testing oral eX|>re8slon. 
memory and ingenuity will be asked 
by Dale Baxter. KJR. 

2:30 pjn.— United States Post- 
master-Oeneral Jamea Farley will 

bo the pniulpal .'pcakor diirinR a 
broad(a.'-t fratunng the rirrhtaf ion 
of the r-.f'A Lc>.i Anprle.s pn.ioffi(< 
and Federal Court bulldmg. KNX, 
KOL. 

3:30 p.m.— Trumpeter Roy Sd- 
ridge and Saxophonist Chu Berry 
win combine to play "Stardust" and 

"I Siirrendj^r, Qcai ' on the Swing 
Club at thi.s time Joh nny M ercer 
and Jack Connois will also- con- 
tribute. KIRO. KNX. 

6:(» p.m.— The ho^ey game be- 
tyy en the Toronto Maple Leal.s aud 



St. Peter .s, Rome, and the ort lie.stra 
and chori^ of La Scala Opera H^ouse 
at Milan. KOMO. 

12 noon ^ A male thoiu.. of fidv 
voice.s and Dave Falvaj, seventeen- 
year-old orchestra conductor and 
trombone player, will be featured by 
Dr Prank Simoa and his Armco 
Band on his proffamme- at this 
time. KJR. 

4:30 p m,— Horace TIeldt and his 
Brlgadler,<i will be the featured 
guests on, the Bandwagon pro- 
gramme Heirii.s .specialty singers 
and entenainers will be featured 
with the orchMtra in novelty num- 
"6ers and current 1111.-. KOMO KPO 

8:30 p.m.-rJ.ack Hcniiv wil! ob- 
serve the sixteenth anni\ci, .iry of 
Don 'Wilson's radio debut by jn-e- 
senting a dram|tic chronicle of his 

annouiirrr'.s rarrrr. Benny -Will be 
supported by Mary Livingstone, 
Kenny Baker and Phil Harris and 
bis orchestra. KOMO. KPO. KFI. . 

»:00 p.m.— Joy Merrlman. clever 
young ventrlloqui.st, will be fratuirrl 
diirinK the broadcast of tSunday 
fsmile.v which Will also present two 
new tunes, "Deep Purple" and 
"CROa 8h- Brtwr*^ Cfct. 



2 00 p m — rof>mopolltan RhytlUBS. 
1: 15 p m — The I.Hm|>lmhler, 

30 1) ni — H-itiiriliiv MutlnOO, , 
s ou p.m.— celtiu ccilidh. 
1:30 p.m.— Saturday Niatit 8wiac Olabi 
4:60 P.m.— Proule In the N*W«, 
4 15 pm— Wilfred Cliaretlo't OlClM|MU 

i 311 l> 111. — 1)< Ufvirw — — " '"' 

4:4> p m.— Albert rral*. 

5.00 p.m.— Leo Hopkiaa' Orchtatra. 

i.li p.m.— Dlaeoverlnf Canada. 

&,3.0 p m.-Whai Do You KnewT 

• :0O p.m.— Hockey BroadcaaL 

7:30 p.m.— N B.C. ajrmpbooy Orcboattai 

1:45 p. in. —The Nowa 

9 00 p m.— Tha olil-Tiaio FroUe. 

!) 30 p.m.— Speakitik •( Bporti. talk. 

'J.4S p.m.— The Newa. 
10.00 p.m.>slkrry Pattefs Qrebcatta. 
lo.at a4B.-Mart — ^ 



ibol 



"Are your- nalfhbob honest, ' the 

old iicqro wa.<; ar,ked. 
"Ya.'.Mr, dey is," 

But you keep that loaded shot« 
gun near your hen coop " 
"Yaa. dat's to ke«»p em honest." 



scribed for lislmers tay )^stcr 

Hewitt CBR ., 
8 on p m —Alec Tern pleton, famous 

bl:nd piaii; t, v. A\ make ihl.s fifth 



Ruest appearance on thlft 
Bam Dance programnfje 
Burr, Uncle Esra! LuclllA 



other members of the rfigjular ca.st 

KOMO. 



National 
Henry 

vOnR and 



will be prcMnt as 

KPO. 

TOMOIIBOW 

10. 3i) a.m — The salute 6f naiion.'^ 
to the New York Worlds Fair of 
}039 programme will briit* the vote* 

of Italy's King Victor Emmanuel, 
speaking from Rome; Uie bells of 



Interested in Tourist Travel 



BERLIN. March nr icKHavaa).^ 
I Th^ Evangelical churches of Saxony. 
.Mecklenburg and .\nhalt have an- 
t i) » mu r il-L Ba«atted Jews will not 
irnnitt*d to take Cqtiimunion or 
J otttofwlM pwlMp»to tai tht Uf« o( 

itfM «lMiicli: ^- 

*■ - . 




WANAOIR of the 

I Natiatnr ^l^i&rlst Aseociationr^-wwi -eoitttmany ' iifip i uvui t 



- AiaociaUd Bareon Mewa Flietoerapb. 

C^H. HOLMES 
Australian | America u definitely good ' he said,. 

rmt 

wBs a passenger arrlvtng here ye.s- ; ran be attributed to the unre.st In 
te rday on the liner Aorangi. He ; Europe as well as the nstural desire 
said he- arm i lrt i prnd about two lop the part of the travelers to see 
months In Canada and the Unllad lour tounrrv iTiere \% a wi<ir Ta- 
in -the intertaU of hi s ajHrO' i rtety of appeal down under,* he 



Satu rday* 8 Program m e 

llba follawlnc pracramaea are ceapllcs 
by tba vatiMM braadcaatlM 
ar* NkJoal to Aaasaa 

CrcT, victoria. I.e. (14S8 Kcrt.) 

8 on a m Mornlni Salute, 
t 15 a m. Breakfast New* 

« 30 « nv- Muiiral CiironofflCter. 

5 00 a m ' Mf>rnlng CIa»iigj 
P 30 a in,- niianclal Plaahe^. 

45 am Jan Bantl » Orelif.'.tr», 
10 00 a m.— Mornlni Monitor. 

10 10 • m.— Orav Oordon'K Rhythm, 
in 30 a m • 8ii)ging Hirinis. 

1 1 on B 111 Tnrin;. Top.- 

11 30 a n\ ■ Miimr at Random. 
\2 (in 11 Don Conrrrt Time. 

12 30 p m - Midday New* 
U:«S pm— Noon hour Varletira. 
- t.ts pm.— World Bookman. 

1 30 p in ' fiiirr ri Hour. 

3 15 p m J'jr.K'r u i T. AtUf StaS*. 

2 4* p rr — MrlodT 1 tme 

I 00 i> m IJeht Orfra Oem*. 

J 30 p m - Xavirr Cuaat a Orrliralra 

3 4» p.m.— Hawaiian- Bwiaasteri. 

4 00 p m - Deaerlptlvt Bketebes. 

4 30 p m T^a-Tune Tune« 

6 00 p.m.— Monitor Comment. 
8 15 p m — Yei(teri1«y >. Hin 

1 30 p m. — Lnmbardn^ Hr,^»I Canadlani. 
B 45 p in —Pats Wallfr a Rlutiim, 

• 00 p m.--Batlio BiHhdar farly, 

• Mpm. — Baiurdair Bymphpni'. 

7 SO p III _ Donald Novia, tMOr, . 
t 45 p m Hawaiian RchOM. 

• 00 p m - Daiiri- f'-'i "~ _ 
i 30 p m -~ Nr» » Surnniary. 

II 10 p.m.— Organ Vanatiti. ' ' 
17:00 m.n.-p« rr«!l»«. , 

3.00 a.m.— ailtpt. 

CJoa. vantMfor. •.o. <8Bt Serai; 
. liihi a.m.— Ntwa »■ 
i;ia a m.— Rancb Bora. 
1:30 a m.— Popular Vocal latt, 
a 4* a,m.^Mi»t« Orapiia, 
y uii a m.— Bhui-In PrasraaiBMb- 
A 15 a m.— Binc Croaby. 
tt.4& a.m.— Tropical Mooda 
10 no o.m.— «tocka. • — "^~7~ 

III 'i5 a m — Popular In'^rlude. 

10 I.', a m —Oil tha Mall. 
10,30 a m.— '6do<f Momma Nelihbor. 
11:00 a.m.— Mcwa 

11 IS a.m.— Voic#» Mfaa t feHtrt ' 
II 30 a m.— Boni Hln ■ "" T~ 

11 43 am.— Pencan Club.' 

I). a p.m — WiU Writ*. pep«iirm«aMr 
13.30 p m.— Ntwa 

12 45 p.m.— Ofsie NelaoB'a Orcheatra. 
1 00 p.m.'>Pamoaa Voieta. 

p . m .^ qtorte HalT. 

I 45 P m — Nathani'l StUlSrit... . 

3 i.u pin. — PTmplionr Howr. 

3 00 r m.— Muaie or Cuaat. 
a.3o p:n.— Old nefralna . 

3 45 p.m.— Muaieal Workahop. 

4 00 pm — Anrthlnc Ooei 
4 30 p m — r:'>nrfrt Interlude ■ 
4 45 p m Mat Kemp n Orrhe^lra 
SiOO p.m -4lmilln Billy fllinktiorn. 
i a t> m^^n With the Daliet. 
A 45 p m — Orcan Interlud*. 
« no |, irt — Concprt Jlall. 

6 >0 p m. — fliijiper (lanre. 

7 eo p rii._N««»- 
' 15 p.m —United Church. 
1 30 P.m,— John llobertaon, 
'45 p.m.— f,addie .«y>*kii. »oeali4tr — 

• ''0 p m.— Ne»< Ptathea 

• 15 pm.— Oraan Interlude. 

• 30 p m.— Harbor Uttila. 
S.OO p.«t.— BaaketbaS^ ' - 

*.2 p.m^JHwa. . . » 

"-n f ■'^RrMMB MSI?*' 

Imc NKTwdra 

^trsigXtnm Hiwa. 
I or a.a.— Maiiaai MiMtas. 
» 00 a m — Bwm Hour ol Prartf. 

• l» a m r»rm Talk*. ^. 
» 3» a m 5 Oypay Trail*. 

!• «• a m - Matiiiee In Rhytlim. 
C ; , a m.— Th« Teronio Trio 
1* 10 a.iA.-ciMMs atock Owotaiior 

H s.Bbii miTm 



(KHO^KOW-KrMUNMMItOI 

S 00 a.m.— Morning Rcverlte. 
a so a.m. — Kcliool ot Muale. ' 
9 00 a m — Procramme from lUtoil Suaia 

funk 

0 30 a in. Call to Youth. \. 
9 4$ a m.- Negro Melody Bingeta, 

1000 a,m,'.-Matinee in Rhythm. 

10 15 a m —Calling All Bta«P CeUccteiB. 

10:30 a m. — Campus Notes . 

10:55 a m — Mrlroroltran Opera 

2 00 p.m.— Co.^niopdlitun Uluii ni' 

8 It p.m — Yoiiiii Mreta Uoveromcnt. 

3:eo p m.— Kalifrnmeytra KMMIooaarMa. 

1:30 p.m.— Bdlaon Orehcatra. 

3:41 p.m.— IMiBton In tbo Nova 

4 00 p.m — Herble Kay'a OrchMtra. 

4:30 p.m.— Live* ol Oreat Men. 

4 45 p m — Caxtllla Twina. 

3:00 p m.— vTimimy Rigaa and B<tty L»%, 

\ 10 p in .Sir pranrit Drake OrahMMai 

too pm -Dinner Oatt Wtth Sitit, 

« 30 p m — Hall of l^un. 

7 0« p m K of ( Trasll Most. 

7. 1.i |) ni 1 I )f> Tiin» 

7 30 pm-K nf C Irmk Mrr(, 
SOU pm— National Oaro Oanta. 
t 00 p III Aiiiioii Time. 

» ,to pin- r.(i<ii» itnaerr Onhtatrs.' - 
10 00 p III - rjirihi Molina'a Oreboatrs. 

10 30 pin, — Ciarv Nnltlii^h^a 

11 on p pi I'l n ivi r V 

11 30 I ■ An , • l< 

•N BC-KHO Bi.Lx NLinuaa • 

iKGO-KJU-KEX-ICECA-KOA> 
a no » 111 — M'i'lr Inirrnatinnalp 

1 JO a m. — Ciur Barn 

8 DO a m On Willi the Datic* I I CJU I l 
t IS a.m.- NewK R«p«riar. 
#;Jf. Ijn -:?'.«»ioBa| r*rm and 

Hour 

1 1 on H ni AnilierM Cnllrae Cilee CluB, 

11 30 « 111 -Mile. Nadie Boulauger. 
i: 00 iionn It'll Up to You. 

12 10 r in -Neiaa (KJITi 
: ! 4 1 r' ni —Concert ll.i 11 

1 00 p ih.— Club MHiiii", 

2 00 p.m>— tiafajelte Blnger*. 

3 3« p.m.— Undo Prank's Chlldraa's 

Inec (KJR). 

3 30 p.m.-lteiirrew nf the M— BtSi. 

4 no p.m.— Menurr o( laraol. , 
4 30 p m.— (ioodwill iKJRl 

i/3i p.m — llrndrtvnnn With RleardSk 
■ me p m.- Herbie Kav* Orrli'Hra 
A 30 ti.m;— "BrtnthwMAe ■- 

• 00 p m.— BcsndinaVian. Reporter (KJm 

11 "0 r rii - Np«h rt»»4Joitep =fX.IRi- 
f> 1. p 111 Ki;<f' f>f ffiniiirrow 

7 00 p.m.— N UC. aympnotir Orcocalra. 
« 30 p.m.— Oeors* Croak. _^ 

B 00 p.m —Neva Reporter <KJIil. 

ft 10 P m - Aloha I.and (KJR). ' 
10 no p ni — Rmil Baffa'a Orel 

10 :tu p.m. Sorkga in tho Niffllti 

11 00 p.m-— Coronation of 

Popt Ptua Xlt. 
II 30 p.m.-Paul 
4 00 a m. -aiMil 

coLUifBU mmtou 

« K Vl-KWO- KrTY*KOIM-KMX.MM. 

8 00 a m — Rhirthn a waAsw iaie. 
S,30 a.m.— Newarcet (Kllloi. 

• 4i a.m.— Weather Report 
1,30 a.m.- Mornliia Mn^auie 

10, 00 a m.— All Handa on Oerk. 

10 JS a.i.— **a Miuzaa Masaia>'~ — 

11 00 a m.- Men Aaainat t>Mtfe. 

11 30 a iti -B'lffalo Pre»»nla." 
11 4') a in.— Prnnt Page Drama. 
12.00 iio</ii-N<*s at Noon' - . 
11,1^ P ni — l.er.n I>aii\aM»A 

pm-Teiaa TWl l i m. ** 

rso Chirtn PaiU at t h glOi > s«» 



wmml 

luB. ' 




1 so p.m.*— Danrepatora. 

2.08 pjiu— wii&i frica Jtaudcal, 
• i i l O pB f - J a« k Ma u l lBtrs CfCBOiii a. 
3 00 p.m.— Prraa ffvwa. . 

• •**-P:m.— lie^al.i'io Nneifs 0"'>>t»tMi 

3 .10 p m — Batitrdar t*mhtjt*iwt. 

4 00 pm. — Aiiteritaiis al Work. 

♦-30 p m.W>mmr Dane- O f e b aalfar ^ 
I 00 p in.— Bporta Broadalde. 
» 30 p.m— <)eer the BkywwM iKTROI. 
t 45 p m —Howard f nttigan iKIBOt. 

• '00 p.m.— HnilOl '1 .ij M' 'in'i 

• 30 p ni . •( g BfnaS<S, ~ 

7 00 p m — Yn ir H t ra'rida 

4» r rit — I^t » W*li» ^ 

SOU pm — J»« ( Brown, comodiaa. 

• 30 p m — Johnny PreaoaU. 
t no p m. — rrofeaifDr Quia. 

0 -10 p m - It < a Cane of Beafea, tStt. 
10 i-n |. :n - .Kinmy rJaeU' OndMSHa. 
in .10 p m — Bob SScrwood'a OrchMtra. 
ID 4S PJB>4larllght Berenade 

It OS p.m. C oeonauop of Popa-.*i«a S 

Mt'TVAI.-DON UB 

(KUU Bcattie) 

1 00 fjn Rioul Nad'aii l>aril« 
« 10 a m 
t 00 a m 

» IS a.m^ 

•I 4'j- 

ro-r»-«-m.~M«teer ttoimtalnaira. 

10 10 am.— Cheerio Cre4. 

1 1 JO a m •^Intercolittlaio Dabaiea 

12 OOnoon-Probi London: Maala H^IL 
1 00 p m —Newa • 

I 13 p.m.— Vanaip 

1 41 P.SI. ■ BBs lf sl m i'a OrtBastra. 
iraB.-.lB « afa> i H i ial Meuat. 



U I* A mil' Band, 
mil t r>rr iiemra. 
-Nawa PlaaaA. ' 



: j 



Ma. 



: 10 p m - Jamet Parley 
1 'xi r rr Drama of Youth 

3 30 p m. -Manny Laaatt'* OscBaaUa. 
4.te p.m.— Ban Jaaa 

ca p ' - . 

4 3e p.Bi.— Tn« C%art«(«*ra. 
.A.4S4Ma,— aAertcan 1.««imi Neva Sareate 
•-*-aa p igWii e< »eia'e ■ Ism Acair.' ttt 

» 30 p m - Pieeia Time. 
< p m Claue 



TllK DAILY CQI.QNIST, VICTORIA. B .C.,. SATURDAY, MA RCH 11, 



THE VICTORIAN RESTAURANT 



■l AMfJir.S FOR i-iM.: FOODS- ..^..:=:z^ 
M^fv ial IJ:.\TI;N LI Xl llI.'INS arc scrvtd in addition to our rCgltlir 
•lail.v menu . iireuklasi.. I.u,,. Ikoih*, Aiitmoon Teas. Light Suppm. 
Menus and l.sf„„aif, for ^anoucU, iindfC TcM, Sod«l F«nctienf 

Heddmg. Birthday and Aniiiv^^ Cakes » SpfcjaUy. 

■ • ~ Feurrir FW->» . TH li B A Y 





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litre voull hnd evcf>thin^' that's new for Spring . . . Mattering K rocks . . . Hats . . . ^5^lts 
■ . vSftlKan^ Acce^sorfw. Men, te©. wilj fihdit ptofitanTe-to se+cct their jnew. Spring 
to-s tofia/ at THE V.\Y . . . M.tnv feature vajucs are» offered in Suits. Topcoats and. 
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Rayon Undies 

ily ' I.ady Hudson" 

Tadorcd knit lingerie that has passed 
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irrnts arc fully sized. coinliiniiiR 
'miirtncss witli roinfort Vest'. Cuff 
I'^i'ti^H. Bloomers in white, iipm «>t 
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1"' rocks that are tailored to prrfccti<' 
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studied design . . < arcful \s(.>rk- 

lliailsllip . . . pertcct (it . . . I r I ■ , 

.\4mI 4U4^ u m l ie i- r e^^.e H-^w-.t l i ■ hot SOWrlU l fjUnW i, ' ^ Ukr V<Mir U i irkni i 

nou. Straight cm w it). I.u.lt up .huivl- .h"*"!*"" .^■'"l <'^'-<'f_': 

iji I s 

navy,, black. Siies 36 to 5fJ . 

Lingerie, Fashion Floor at 'I IIK BAY i''o«k ^hop. '"a:'''' " 'J;;-: 

at THE BA\ 



C.l'AUl) 'CI 1 1- IK I-l-.l- r W ITIf — 

"PltD piptR" SHOhs rz.„„ 

These tine (pi.Tlity shoes are made .nrr ruriei t iittiii^; lasis- 

tor Kr')Aiii« if't. lu leathers iliat 
*sill give ciKlunii:,' wear. Shown 
'11 new .Spring styles in. a wide 

r-AOi-r ,,f 'itlines I'air 

1 .50 to 3.25 Pr, 

11A\ K THL.M X-R.WtD FOR i'FRFlXT FIT 

* . Children's Shoes. Fashion Floor at THE BAY 




ClMldren's (.'t i -p, N'l w 

COTTON FROCKS 

\s hnoya^it as the fresh .Spring air , . , tlusc dainty 
iroik<i are grand for present and Sumiiier wear! ('.a' 
new styles featuring the popular "hirndl" and swing 
•kirts . . . Sizes 1 to 14x. i' n- l f,,.i!i. each 

1.00 to 2.98 

Children'i Wear, Fashion Floor at THE BAY 




Special... 



.1 s 



MEN'S NEW SUITS 

• AII-W«ol.TWMda • All.Wpol WorstMis • AN-Weol Orey Flannsis 

95 



Here's a. suit value that means acttoiij The styles arc new . . . the fabrics long wearing . 
patterns and colors that are suitable for Spring . . . Bi-swing, sport and plain backs . . Rcgul.u 
yoiing men\ and jntn^i. styles to suit all types. Expertly tailored and finished . . . Sizes 35 to 44. 
Come in early . . . select your new Spring suit from this group. Special at. 



15 



MEN'S SPRING TOPCOATS 



. . 25 Only 

Just look at tfch "hmf^" It's a timely opportunity loir you to procure a new topci 

sure to sec them All pure wool tweeds in fawns or greys . . Checks and alln 
Chesterfield, Guards, Raglans or Balmacaan. Sizes S6 to 42. Special at 



■ ■ 



t 9n4 Mvi money! Be 
dttigm. Styfti in 



So Hurry! 



Niirs mr pumiel 
mottSEiis 

f effect fittiiit Mtwers in ityles far men uti 
V««Nf men . . . Main «r ^Ieatt4 fronts , , 
Uflht. meilimii or 4«rti f rcr s(ia4cs .... Sues 
2t ta M waist Leg kngHl ^ 



STUDPNTr LONG 
TRQUMIIt 



f. Is 



Spccitl at, piir 



la new Spnni styles and patterns. Grey flinnch, 
faacy ckcck twierfs, witk flaia ar pleated fronts 
. . . Sites is to |2 waist . . Legs to 
14 . . . IicMeat vatoc at. 

psif 



Leas to 

2.§8 



Mrs SPORT eOSTS I 

Rcjl vjluc m t)\ wool fwrrH spc' coif% 
Donrqjl Of 0*trchcck pjftcrrn in qicw 'jwn 
and brown. Styled with lanCY bi twing Ao<i 

half belt . . . Siics 36 to 42; Q AC 
SHciai at. cacli 9m99 

Men's- aed leys' CiatMiifl, Stfeet Floor at 

THE PAY 



SALE OF MEN'S SHIRTS 



WHITI SHIHTS lY TOOKI! , — ; 

Usitkf $2.50 

Fine qutlitr Enqliih Iretddolh Shirti wiih smart fMCd Ceflst 
attached, fcrfcctly tailored in large littint 
si^es *- assorted sleeve leii§tlM 
Sises f4 to 17 . . . SeecM at, eack.....-- 




1.98 



REGULAR $1.75 TOOKE SHIRTS 

Discontinued Patterns! 

An eaccllcnt selection of quality shirts in neat patterns . . . 
jH colorfast. Stripes . . . CImcIs ... and fancy Mtterns 
. . . Fused collar attKked ... atsortcd 
sleeve lengths . . . Siset 14 to 17. "On 

sale at, eack y 

' a for 



1.25 



MEN'S WOOL SO€KS 

Made by Woods Including 
pure wools, silli and woolt, wool nxtt- 
tarts. Seconds of regular 75c ltn(\ 
. .' . Sites no t«n<] Spcc il 



SOCKS 



^£N'S ORCS& 



FirtI quality wool miiture tocki in an Cl- 
cellent selection of patterns and shades . . . 
Well reinforced at heels and toes Sues 10 
to nVi. Retolar i pain for $1.00 Special 
at, Mr Hi»» 
or .■ 



Its rur ^i.w JMv<.i#i 



Knit from fine qiialitT - woolen yarns, rein 
forced with list*. .Wi4e r»nqe of smart pat 
ferns and skadcs . . . Sizes 10 to 1P^. 
Regular SOc pair. SpecieL 
per pair, 36^; or.; 



3M<n96o 



MEN S ALL WOOL — ' 

CARDIGAN ^ 
SWEATERS ^ 

Knit by Mon a rck . . . ' Sceviccalile 
sweatees snitable to wear at Home or in the 
garden. All-wool worsted yams . . imrrt 
keatkar. skades. Sites 36-44. 
K«ei4ar:$tf9L Ipaelal.. 



1.79 



200 ONLY? MEN'S 

BROADCLOTH 
PYJAMAS 

Made from firml|f w^ven materials in neat 
itripes ind fsney Ntttrns. Kite-?ront n^tl 
wifh lapel collar ; . . Kaawy fitting . . . 

wcHstwn . . Ill fpii iian I 

Sises U to 44 SpecSl at I a09 

Men's Pnrnishings, Street Floor at THE lAY 




W Th« Man A I. 



•f SIS •r *v»r, , 

tw, r«iiat aMlWy pari 

Intrmi, 



Bto. N* 



Join "The Bay' s'' Spring 
Sewing School — 

. . . and learn fo lew ... An opcncncid diciimakei is m attendance to gi»« you 
helpful guidance . cutting tables aad electric sewing machines arc at your 
disposal . . Just purchase v*«k material and patrtni ||Wi MK Fakric Depar** 
menf . . . start your Spring sewing NOW. Sei*ia§ SClMel It SOW " ' '* 

to 530 P.M.. and to I o'clock w.dnctdjy 



Stocli Up Your Shelves 
From These 

Quality Foods 

in Our 

Service Section 



Muck ef the snccess of yow rmsIi teendt epgn thi 
^Mii*V #4lM food . . . flidvMrfinn otker tkan 
csNMd p«*Ktt, Hpon Ike method and card of kitidling? 
I^t ii wjhr H.wlH pay VM well, in siMcessf ul meals, to 
ahop at THI lAY, wkere carefa^ selection and modern 
eqoipment assure yO« of tke best! If ordering by phone, 
please call early ... the desk opens at t A.M. 

THESt SPtCIALS GOOD Ppt T06AY 

t u nr j iioy^ Advertised Specttit 6ood ■ 

_ Also Today! 





FRESH FIHilTS ANIMOHlnilttlt^ 



N.4VKI, OaANCElS 
^■miiy (Itc. 

prr doi 

Mr«l«M liao. 
per ao. 



7c 
15c 



ApptaO. 

Ikana 
•t 



rouiM* . 

(■ood Fin 
I arroli. . . 

SMkc 
Twnipa. . 



•aeb 

Ckate* Calrnr, urh 



aireak or Jona- 

10 ...m 

10.^ 25c 

15 ,. 23c 
lOu. 25c 
9c 



Lettaea, 



•n« 

rura Sprrlal: TiM StOy Call- 
rornia Bajraanborrr. FUift* 

iteeo^ i.76 



CANDY SPECIALS^ 

r.. 23c 1 isc I tie 


Specials in Canned Foods 
AND SAVE! Take Advaa 
^ 7 "l-d Stock 

romalo Jaiee. MbbiT'i. 
il'i-oi. (Int. ACak 
12 f'r ........ «0I» 

i-nrk ana Banna. CaUUt'a. 

tTJ^ 

Tomalatt. Cauntrv Klit. 

12 for 9UC 
^au9. Arlatr. TaaaU or 


— BUY IN QUANTITIES 
laga of Tkaie l^w Price* 
Up Nawl 

Crapcrroil Jalao. Dr. riiit- 
iinp>. Bwaalanoi. iss-ei. 


la i«r .rr:.- 05c 

GeideiT^nUM Car., 
MM. Mm. 4 t%f% 
12 r.r I.UU 


rinrsppir < iiMlnirt >. 
sllrrd, rabrd and f AA 
craakad: 12 li><> 1 ■UU 
Prat, K«jal t'lir. >Ur 5't, 


la Un«--«or..T... WV 


12 (•r 1.20 



Brnaton'a Oaot Faalrjr n«.r. | Malt SMcial 

ira. — 

•nak WW I tin. Ipwial 




APrLES 
Mrlnlaah' Mr*: 
wrap, par 

baa.... 



Kddlr'i Rate Trrri. Ilu«li and 
Cllablne. Nrw >hlpmrDt.' 



iierfoOa 



Ssmatklna New! Oaraaa Fraa 
for plantlna. Na waste. All 
rdlbl*. araw and aarra wbair 
like arccB baaai. 

prr pki 

tlran 4 
5*lns<-li O 



25c 

th. 29e 



BiM I I r >rn iAi.«N 

Rrd Arrow truit Hlii>%ami 

2 d. 23c 

Heg .^rroM I If ^ C J* 



arsnaalaao. 44k. Ua 



QUALITY FOODS 411 Our SERVICE MEATS 
DELICATESSEN and. PROVISION SECTION 

22e 
18c 

24c 
28c 
18c 
32c 
28c 
25q 



■ » O Intnoelia 

Ifc^^^tfce Ika • a a • a 

Bowie Baa* rat 
Banata. par Ik 

H B c Pork Saasaar 

prr lb. 

Rump Ranolo Boef, 

per lb 

I.eaa Stawiap Boat. 

oar Ik 

Sirlahi gtonk. 

par Ik. ;.. 

Uca Baaat Peek. 

par Ik. 

Skatridcr Park, kait 
and, par Ik. 



8 TO 10 A.M. SPtCIALS 

M w /> \i.ANB YBABUNO 

I rc> U hoir or lUK. 

prr Ih ... 



19c 



28c 

14c 



Pork Cbaps. 
prr Ik. 

Rum. Baaat Veal 

prr Ik.. 

NbanMar Bonal Vanl. 

per Ik. 

Veal Ckopa. 

99 f 1^ .a .aaaf««0«l 



30c 
30c 
20c 
28g 



Rullrr. rir«l <.rjd< > ..f 

uuiiiiv. 9Am 

prr tb C9C 

Rllead Arnklrc Rnll 
prr lb 

Ural af Qaalitr BMa 
par Ik. 



35c 
86c 



I tt% nraea A latrtr. 

prr dot 

I Lt* l.radr A 

Mrdiuai, par aoa. ... 

Ro'it Rptka* 
C ktcfceMi. par Ik. . , . 

Praaurd Rrlabrt 

^ll^rd i»rr Ih 



Mild ( hmr. 
prr II) 

)t*krd > lt( una Ham 
Slnrd. prr Ih 
I orn.d n.ff 
Mlrrd prr Ih 
Palata 

• < • • « a 



Zm., 



QUALITY FOODS n Our CASH AMD CARRY 



llreaiti Laaab, 


10c 1 


Mlncr4 Bfrf. 

C'' oeoOf •«•••••• a 


12c 


HrrasK Vr»|, ^ |» 
P' '' . . ••••••a***.!!... 1 UC 


Brtafcat Baaf. 


10c 1 


I'ol Ko4s.t«. 


12c 


■ ■ 1" IZC 



QUALITY FOODS in Our CASH AND CARRY SECTION 

13c 
19c 

( ) r a n ■ r 

49c 



Prarkai. Lrnn Vallr 
I'l. aaaat. tin 

Taaata Jnlaa. i ihh< 
aa. A 

tha. ^ 6 for 

Tra. .Va. I Brakrn (tranir 
Prkar. Rraular ,W 

>prrial. Ih 

Tomatarn \\lmrr I arir 

a I 

Spriroln. I \nii 
Vallrr. i:-ei, tin 
Prar«, Baai^irh Bartlrlt. 

2....250 

( nffrr. Rrald'. Rral I Ih 
varuum-parkrd 
lln 

rara. Arlacr. ^waet IVMte. 
I1<^ 
tiaa. 



2, or 19c 
10c 




PKICES FOR TODAY AND MONDAY 
CARRY AND SAVE' 
<ioldra Rantam torn. ( oan 
(rr Kbit. 
IT-M. Una 



im torn, (oan I ( ut <trrrn Brain. Ailmrr. 

8 t.r 26oh! "^ ' - 3for 22c 



PEflS 



I ^ ~ ^ \ \ I I 1 ^ 



3 1 20c 



rinrapplt Jukr. I.ibb.>'.. I.>. 



\>»arlea Meat Paatn. Hrd- 

8«..20C|Si. 2raal7C 
nata. Bokta ■ooi. | JaNy Pa«<an. Meat. 

larpa p fc « t m m 



3c 



I 



Aitmrr Tam a ta a a Vn oatakia Sump, n-at, Una 

Rnial « il. Pork and Rran.. H ot tin 

Bn>al ntv l.nldrn Banlim ( nrn. Il-ai. tin 

Rairal Cllj Sweet Wbllr tern II of. tin 



5 



PI rat 

28o 



■•(tar, Hadaa.la. 

f.radr only, 
prr Ih 

.'( ba. far 92 

>idr Baron. Bwlft'a Dlaaiend 

A. Mtrrd. 
I -lb. lata , 



■•I ra whrrrr 

I'll r r 

I lb. Iin 



88« 

Jaa. A<lmrr, 

45c 

Oraiiar Julrf. I ihhi >. I • of. 

• "' . Star 19c 

Tomalo. K at boUIr I fcC 
^ipaahcttl. Llbb» a. la-at. 

• "* 2 fiT'f^C 

"■>rup Rnaara', 1 9ah 

' <. prr tin I 9Q 

Hat Paper, rara ffanl. t 
fi larae 
rail 



18c 



Carined Fish Specials 

' Far Sour l,riilrn Mrnua 
<rai.Urd> Tuna H«h "^hrlmpn. Pirk«. VS.i m 

':?'p:':in 10c :r' 2iio,26c 

K I ! ■ • ' ' ■ ... 1 
K 



10c 

5c 



16c 



TOMATO SOUP fr 



Caiapkairt. 



3 Mr. 23c 



Swiff'i Jewel Shbrtiening or 
Swift's SiUeHcsfJ lard 



17 



Itoap. 

Sanllttit 
Soap 

l.lfrlioov 



2 h.r. 1 1 c I rrrr - 1" 4c 

2 13c I ^•"^ 

akea IvW I Nary, laraa rallt Dw 

PINEAPPLE < abrd and 



Continuing Today— SALE OF TOWELH 

A Grand Opportunity for You to Repleniih Your Towel Supply and SAVE' 

Thick, Spongy Medium-Sized 
BATH TOWELS FANCY TOWELS 



You'll want ifvfril of these large lath Towdi . . ^'f^'lmt drying qaality, and so easy to launder A 
Long. wearing, quick dryinq qnality, in wMta or pastel -.hiHcs "'"-f'on of atftMNve fancy effecH. 9C«r 

S«zc 22 x 44. On Mie at,. 44C ®" , fcwC 



each 



CMt^yaa enly f l.M 
Staplei, Street Fleer at TMI MY 




BUILT FOR STYLE . . . WEAR AND COMFORT! 

MEN'S "STYLECREST" SHOES 

"Stylecrett" Shots are friendly to the foot from the' first moment of wear 
. . . The styling is distinctive, and you can always depend on their ex 
cellenr wear ami service. That's why men prtftr 
"Stylecrcst" shoes. See the new Spring models . 
there's a type for every foot. Priced at, p^ir 



I What Meaos 



If March n Ife 7tm Mrfbdigr. tbe 

beat hour, for \nii on this dat* ai^ 
from t ao to 10 30 Bjn.; from 3.30 
to «:J0 RtMi tron TM 
pm Tlir ii,T;',t:rf pr^r;o<1'; .ire from 
f>.iO to I 30 a m ; fiom » .10 to 7 30 
p.m., BiMl from t:i6 to 11:30 pjB. 
Be careful tit your eliioo «( 




the Tu^^i Q|mi.fV^ doftgtv? By upptyim food aenae b iwI | birth dRV. experimce will be ytAtr 

pnmtkml tfetfuetlons R^itny mia- 

^tnderjitdiiKltniis ran \» prfvoni«>(l 



thtR-nkv, lo; 

I'lich godd whereas the witmt ones 
iut Ukrlv to do harm. LlU)e can k>e 
•ft^^PlUJKd by .reM>rlliig to unlair 
methoda. No mauar how involved 
your pcraonal affairs mitv be. if vow 
worlt with R mind unfettered by 
i-nncor or unpleasant tMiithta. you 
1 ouKht to faake food procrtM In aolv- 
i la» thai*. Jealotav wUI be the 

I'.Kl'-' h ing raiLsr of dr^iiht and !jt«- 

ptcMHs ihi* dar 9p why let the 
ereen^eyad ri|enatar'* oauae you 
'eoMini "tt p tilw pi mliBUXM ani- 



Men''? Shoev Street Floor jt THE BAY 

immmimmmmmm 



/Mvlch will depend tiponniv raotlvps 
back of your Intentions, for only 
morthv one.s arr likely to .<uccc<'d 
Married and engafed couplea, as 
wm as thiOfle who Datri 'liiftlate 
under cotwfateratlqn ahwild- find 
-iht5 a good day for the intcrchantp 
of oonfldfiKr^. n.^ ilv avrragc per- 
ron wHM»^i^tn a -very aympatlieuc 
framt of mttid. 
IX a wooHHriVa Haicb 11 Is your 



bvat teacher- and through h^ hard 
s<'tw>ol voii nr»* llkr'lv to leam thf 
VBLV to -mRke your life a -hiige sue*, i i 
cr^"!. R«membpr the" pivperattiryi 
work of any .MitMtantla) founna- 
tion Is. many tunca. bjr no mean.s 
easy ^ without dlffieoltiee. Ferae- 
vminoe and tynirnge. th» r^ualttie* 
any good bmlder nccd.s. arr youra, 
and thr r iancea are you wUI have 
thr opporuinitv to we thnm advan- 
taceoualy. ..Through lecturing., dent' 
onstrattnf , rueOiek tlMottteal or eoa- 



tvrr-work. twichlnf. thr brokerage 
I ba«inf«, painting or nrltlng. your 
rrsult.'H otight to be far above the 
avipragt pezaOAV 



that: "The vocation of ev«f man 
. . . i.s To serve other people. " your 
way through life ou^ht^^to be «wy 

A,^ an antvy fir i.a\.', man phwirian 




5.00 



"The child '"bom on March 11 ! artiat. educator. poliUclan. bounlst, 
should po&se.v an unusual degree of 
grace, an car fpr rhyttun. a iid fO 



rxceptlbnal amount of ^ good taste 

for it.^ v<««r^ A rlea way to suc- 
ct» ^e*tM to lie ahead of thla 
younsiiier^ tfT""*' |ir' 

of It- 
U » 11.. >i 



arcl()ltect. manufacttirer. broker or 
■akemim you have every chansa ta 
wtn a reputation aeoon^ to none. { 
•Ooarrleht. isas. Rr Ml antamu. inc i 



IS&Rer— ^-What If an Wand'*'' 

Modern Pupil -- "An i*land i » 
i iiUfOi 11 4.» your piece o! land cnticdju 
Mtal day. tf yoa |o on tlwtlNm^ tm|(ie." , ^ X 



Tlie escalator lent 

If uas unfortunnfe that SmUh 
BhDOni nave supped and laUan oOa 
Mhe-ler. In Ms foil im e n* 

rrtijnt#»r«*d a lartv anri knrx-ked her 
flowB. Trjgettier they oOntmucd 
thrir rapid drucnt. the lady now 
uncomfortaMy |m«he# an IfnUh's 
chest 

A» la.^t thry rear^hfd 'he bf>ttom 
winded. Smith lay. prone.' 
ai^ aatte 



hrr uniLsual neat. At 
found wgrd. "Madwn." 
poUte|y. -t am afnid X 



be aaM 



youlo get 



far M Z 



Datt j& tak#« fh 1»iw rt7or sa' 
iawfuUr wedded wOlr* lakad U>e 
colored paraen. UtacAt at the 

I diminutive, vater^eyed. bow-legged 
' brkt<>grooln. who atood ahrlnlima 
behind )*) pound* of femTnlnlfy. 
I "Ah lakes nothini." responded the 



a. 



TilK DAILY COL-O^T, VICTORIA, B.C,^Ay URDAY, MARCg_ l j^jgg^ 



BUDG^SC^ffiES EASY VICTORY OVER FRED PERRY 



Tesi Teams Will 
Equal Record for 

■Ml. ■ — • , ^ ^ ■ 

Games 




South Africa and England Will Reach Eighth Day 

' of Final Match to Tic Mark EstabUshed 
1 ; _ Ten Yean Ago^Tusile Is K^n ~ 



DURBAN. SoMbh Afiica^ March 10 
<Cf).— WaUy Hanunena'i fftlth tik 
William Bdrlch'i bftltint process 

u'as VTndTcated today. The young 



the first wicket, Ediich and Paul 
Olbb put on ITS rttnC In a partner- 

Bhl^-ttmt- remained unbroken when 

bad light brought play to a prema- 



Mlddlos<'x profcs.sioiial led England lure close. 



In a brilliant lagt-lnnlngi atand ig 
the flnai=«riektt aHUh flovth 
Africa when defeat jippMiM virtu- 
ally a certainty. * 

Kt^lUih |)«tainen eonpletely mas< 
tered the opposinc attack in the sev- 
enth day h play of llie mai iithon 
contest and scored 353 runs tor Uie 
loss of only one wicket. The Spi mg- 
tooks compiled maminoth totaLs of 
530 and 481, the invading teumb 
llnt-imxlngs reply netting 316 runs. 

south Afrtcn la batUlng td tie up 
the flv^'ffame series In which Eng- 

land lias a one-gajno advantage 

tlirough victory in the third test. HultonTB Mitchell ^r. 

Other mateliea ended in stalemates. [ p. Oibb. not out 

Edrlch i—a^^ fnlluie hcretotow. IXBrtch. xuA out 

but Encland's capiam persisted In | Extras 

playing him. Ha waa rewarded when 



, -through wiUij' Total 

im, not out. xioinc in at the faO of FMl of wlckata: l^liT 



Leonard Hut tOn open ed th e in- 
nlafs wlth~lCHbb ai|fi scored H nms 
out of 78 when he chop|(ed tlM-^ 
on to his wlc¥els. 

Tomorrf)w Uie record for the long- 
^'iJ^J'^M^ °ni*<^tj In history yUl be 
equaled; TVn yaart ago Auatralia 
and Bncland battled nearly eight 
days In the final test before the 
Aussles turned in a five wickets vic- 

gCOU CABO 

South Afrka. first linHnirs. 530 
England, first innings, aifijf 
South ACrlea. aeoond 
Encland— SeoOBi 

55 
78 

4W 
13 



Pedens Will Ride 
In Six'Day Crind 
At San FrancUco 



t ■ 



SAN : 
</}• 



«AN PRANCnOO, IttF^h 10 

Headed by the prreat 
German team of GusUv Kil- 
lan and Heinz Vopel. twenty- 
four outstanding riders were 
tuning, up today for the tlx- 
day bicycle race, opening Sun- 
day night at the Ckdden Gate 
ExfwattlaB on TrcMnre jUbufd: 

The event will tnVre place In 
the coliseum on a truck num- 
bering ten lap* to the mtie. 
Plans of tto Madlann Square 
Garden track ipere .UMd in 
c o' s t r u c t ion of th* ialr 
grounds oval. _ — 

Killan And Vopel. generally 
ranked as tlie finest riders in 
Hit world, have w on twenty - 
om of the laat tvonty-three 
races UMj have appeartdjn. 
Their laat Tktory was in Mil- 
waukee, last Monday. 

The entry list includes the 
Canadian taam of Tordqr and 
Dour-Peden. Vlotovto. 



VANCOUVER WINS 
FROM SEAHAWKSl 



VANCOUVE31. Mardi 10 iCP) — 
Vancouver Llon.s downed SeatUe 
Seahawks, 7-4. In the laat acheduled 
Pacific Ooaiti Hnckay Uaagaa game 



FAIR JQROUNOS RACING 



PAIR GROUNDS March lO.^Re- 

fiiilt^ hf :e today follow 

IIBM «ACt — Ylvr* and ouf-liill fur- 
loos*: 

Bora Luekr (McCatfdcn> ISM IS JO la.SO 

Hedon tKclpcri S.M 4.30 

Leeorko <Conror) ' 1.60 

Tlmr I 07. AIM rrti Skippy McO«t. 
n ( lioit*. Jim Cornfll. l,l«hl Rolls. 
Pop. P»r Quo«ii Tiifr John. Dnh- 

sicovq aACe— f ire «nd onc-hklf (ur- 
Innts 

Mount Kklt (Or«W) 110.40 11.00- 11.40 

a. Btsbly <0««) .4.00 1.00 

ll«ra> Brooai iJ^futtoat t.M 

Tlmr I 07. Also ran: Wild Bloaao. Idlt 
v.oTktT. Ouray. Mlu Monu. BmMUt. 

' >»ir. CinId Birp 

THiaO aACK— SIX furionen: 
X.Ikan iConroyi . 134 80 113.30 17 40 
.Sport HfvI (town 3 OO 2 «0 

Iri'Rip iDa«) . . t OJ 

Ttam, t:tS M. AId6 ran RrOfI Plai. 
Aula*. KIkiy D. Hrldl. Joytweep. N«» 
ItaiM. Cut* Thlnii..llay Mlu. 

rcitBTH BACE—rear turlonst: 

W irhnn ilPi><ds> W.SO 14.40 13 «0 

8ir Barrrra >Clit!,tnui> 4.30 3 40 

rxmd* L.ridrr <Haai.) . 3 30 

Tiiii' 4(1 4 ■) AUo ran Unnnugal. 
Ponipearaiide. Spel Lamp. Victory March. 
ao4Hl]r B.. Kins Black. NtlUa Praneaa, 
BkaUne Mad. koodr. 

firm JMOV-MII* *n4 one-alxirantli 
BtsI* (DoWl t».40 WOO 11.00 

(Ink" 'flunhrr' 3 30 3 10 

I Id, <Kut>ri I . . . 4 60 

Iinif. IjOfc AIM r»M Siim.o Irishi-fn. 
Molasa«a)0l,fl» Carbuirs (inldv Errr;i 
iNot* MolaaMs Bill won but was dls- 
qualinrdi. 

HIXTH RAOB—Mllc and.arvanly yardt 

t.'!!* J 'K*tm» I0.40 t>.00 It 00 

ynnlii. Pridr «D«Vl t.OO 3 00 

Jidva 'Orn«i 340 

Tlmr. 1 44 3. ran: Boy Valtt, 

hrnrv M. Mincy. Ime BIlM. , 

s» VKNT* MCB — Mllo sad aovonty 

«»»rd.^; • - 

llouatonljui^ (Ptta) IM..M 114.30 >e 40 

Royal Tuaean fConreyi . 
Paulaoa <Kaupr> 



rairflax «.„ 

Bunny Baby 

Old Roiabuah 

Kn«t Otap : 

Chsnea Bwaot 

Bachlller 

Chance Ray 

iDi Waawins 

<Di Pbalaaaa. 

•O* Boston Mary 

SIXTH RACE— Tavr (urlensi: 

Macs Canter 

< El Columbla'a B»y 

If' Noty .. 

Liberty 9ue«n , 

Orare D. ■ . 



TTTfT 

•r.i Belle Jamea v . . . 

' F ' Imprudent 

Nellie Prancaf 

L* Chlquita 

Louisiana OIck . . . 
<G > Jay D Been . . . 

Garden 

<0> Loll) Bane 



114 
104 

no 

100 

104 

J 14 
101 
100 
103 
01 



n« 

1 13 

iji 
lis 

114 
11* 
133 

113 
114 
113 
ll« 
119 
113 



nVBNtH BACB—MIU and on«-ai»tecnth 

Rouch piamoMl 10* 

Plre Advanea 



• •• 103 

10.1 

'. . 109 

• ' . >. . . 103 

103 

ACI.— M>la and ona-alstetrth: 

1I^ 



Whipowlll 
Catomir 

Hop,' F . I ■ 

Tr:'.i- ll.-i 

l.l«.HTH 
j .S» in Lad 

Jobloso 

I Red Chief ,/ 

' Morris R 

I Wltful .• 

Btout Heart 

Brilliant Miss 

I Ararhiie , 

I Sarah Justice 

Lucy 

.Idolatry 

Bobbrai 

War Jaat 

Stcoire . . 

Union . 

PIrtt post. 1; noon. 
Waathar dasci track fa»t. 



of the' season. The two clubs begin 
« .s-mi-rinal .--mics in .s^atil'^ to- 
morrow night lor the right to meet 
the leagye>leadfnv Portland Buek> 
grooa In the : > 

SLMMAKY 
First Period— 1, Vancouver. Arnott 
tRlm.stad. Adam.si. 10:55; 2, Seattle. 
Tabor tDownlei, 11:40: 3. Seattle. 
Daley (Igan. Downlc). 14:34. No 
j>enalties 

Second Period — 4, Vancouver, j 
Arnott (Wood*. 6 38; 5, Vancouver, 
Rlmstad (Adams, Mercer), 10:2$: 6. 
Vancouver. Mercer. 11:28; 7, Seattle. 
Tabor iDaly, Cownin. 11:40; 8, Se- 
attle, Cox. 18:00. Penalties: Adams. 
Daly. 

Third Period— 9, Vancouver. Lord 
( Arnott t. 4:10: 10. Vancouver, .^dani., 
(Lordi, 5:42. II. Vancouver Palm 
lO'NeUl. Rlmstad), 8:34. Penalty.! 
Ezan. j 

SANTA ANITA RACING I 



Trio of 




ef uls With 




ntoiClub 




CALIFORNIAN TENNIS 
STAR TKIMS ENOiSH 



-PUYER IN NEW YORK 



Former Worlirs AuMiteiir ChA wj^oin RegUters 
6-1, 6.3, 64), Victory hi First Mifcfa of Tour 



JJefore 7,000 Fans in Madinoii Square 
Gardem-^-Fecry Outcliiwed 



NEW YORK. March 10 (iP).— Don 
Budge, fr^sh from Ida conquesta of 

Ellsworth Vines.' opened hi.s second 
profe.s.sional tennis tour^tonight by 
slaughtering Frederick John Perry. 
6-1. 6-3, 6-0. in just -^erty-nine 
minutes before a thundera^ck 
crowd of at M ad to a n Kiw a r a 
Garjden. ' 

Before^ the match Budffe was In- 

ti LKluci il a.s the "iKorld s proi<'.tsional 
clianipion. ' When It was over, tliere 
wam't anyone- In the arena who 
wniiiri have eared to argue the point, 
vMiti or without tennis racquet. 

Cal., who cleaned up ail four <;|~the 
world's major amaleur tUle a last 

sear, ii'ncr f;;c>r Prirv a chance to 
Ket started. For one brief spell, at 



WHEN the Toronto li^.^tijau l.»uu 
swings Into action at Avon 
Park. Fla . the middle of this month, 
several youngsters who have made 
their mark on sandlota will be given 
a chance to .show whether they 
have the stuff of which big leaguers 
are made; Three of the lot who will 
report to ManaRer Jack Huni.s are 
shown above. The husky at the left 



op, Philip I Babe I Marc liUdun, 
'\^wenty-one-yeHr-old i it;hth;incier. 
vMw was wiU} the Crei ghton Mines 
Cluht last year. He ftnned'^75 in 
twenty-five gamea, and his work at- 
tracted a,uention generally, in oval 
at riglit l^xDlck Fowler, who Is only 
seventeen, mtt stands 6 ft. 4 in. and 
posserses a fln^ecord As a bantam 
he wa.s a .stanoaut, and l|i.st vcar 
With the Toronto at, Mary'a he won 



twelve and last two. In the play-ofi 
again.* t Peterboro, he .struck out ten 
and gave but two hits. Inset is 
Frank Coleman, an o t >» a » hu rler. He 
is a Londoner, twenty-two years of 
age. and has been playing senior 
and inter-county ball for five years. 
Coleman, who strips at 183 pound.s. 
Is not only a fine boxman, but a 
trenchant batsman, and .>inucb is 
expected of him. • 



i; 

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lie I 

103 

10;j 

no 
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ip« 

103 
lift 
110 



t.M 



4 20 
3 20 

Ttmr. 1 47. AUo ran Wee Luktr. War 
Dlme.<. Don Panrho.-Dtrk Roamar. Bia«ra- 
phv. Handa Down. nvMp Da UM. gdaiea 
Brothar Kuvara. 



RrOBY GAME OFF 

Can.eiiation of today .s .scheduled 
I Intermediate Rugby game between.^ 
Navy and Canadian Scottish at Ad- 
mirals Road was announced, last 



OVIBNtOBT CNTKttV' 



ria<<T aaCB— Mlla and aaventy y 

ril»be»' 

P^r'MBfl^r .".T. 



ard' 



':.■*•.■ ■ 



H 

tbony Paraaol . 

pi!rtrTTiiir~.rrr 

Chipata ... 
V««lal*a 

MKtoNn aACE— Mil* and aavantV 

ro>-.s»c-k ciiri . , 

C^nldUin 

8pey Cre.«i 

Ilenrletia •. 

N a meok I . , ,' , . , 

.^mllli DaMrt , ,• 

ciolrten Uuett , 

flr«rlet O i 

Navannd . 

Moket>a '. . . . 

Old Dominion 

I Itle Mutuke 

P U er Palm 

M I ' I )a ini\ r 

IIIIRIi RACt.— Su hirlnitii' 
I ri ine ..... . 

.Mne.'ik ' 

Oiiick 

Pluke . : 

Btranra 

My aia»# ^..T. », 

Tramway- 

t>i«la Princes* 

Mayalick 

Maataob 

Pima Nutiipt 

niliiH star 

\ Hid I Tin , . 

roi RTH RAt e— eu furlona^. 

Brnflea . , 

Pkallna Pool .. 

My pay 

«A» Marllli Daltsn ....t.. 

,)«v D' Hane . . , . ;\.. 

' ^ ' Holln W.**y ; . 

r*irnl Seoul 

■ n> Uriah! 

Mouble Whlak n-r^ 

• Btmotdtr J 

XNek Naiahamr 

<ei BtdrvipnN i... 



nliHTby locaHrfSclals. 



SA.MA ANfTA. Harch 10.— R«- 
sulls here today follow: 

PtasT BAra— aeVen larlnncv 
Tonee 'JameM . . M.'M IJ.M 12 M 

Red C»r iNevr-. ) |0 2.50 

Bibliophile iChoinackK 3 20 

Time, l:2l Alae ran Don ( Korxet. 
Monto^n Jame», Nanak. Bdlth. Time Play, 
Woodlark. KIloUc. 

KCroND RACK— Six tuilpna).: 
.^innkv Srv'lT iJtuir-^i tl0.20 t5.M 33. W 
f.iiniMlIn iChoinad.. . ... t.M S.M 

Home Lo»n iWe&tropr> i 80 

Time. 1:14 1-ft. AUo ran: Ddiiie Rank. 
Sha^ia Buddy. Tenopah Queen. Prin'-e 
"•^ 1 f)on Fi^me. Kent. Bob Hommaie. 
Pear Slaj. 

THiRit RACE.— Miia and one-rigiitb 

Ri ee/jiu' Alone i .Jamai . .114.90 iff 40 «C 00 

Foolem (Ward) 10 <>0 7 20 

awaci Betty iMilkri . . .. n ]o 

T liwa . l! MI-t' Alao ran: 8on of Day. 
Tanace, Toro Bank. Jiiran, Den Orafton. 
Caraval, Oay Jacket. Ualino 

rOI^BTM KACB— aila furifttkav 
Hick Va«« (Mtor-.. lim 3I10 4&J>a 



Rarheior OInnar (Jam«t) f.M «.M 
Suffern 'Neveat l.Wl 

Time. 1 13 4-.'> Alao ran: Rock X . I 
Dpcuna. Porreiiii.s. Alaf.kan. Commandable. { 

Cirnp WBnei". Kcnrn I 

niTH R.tCl:— S.x tuilJiu-^ 
Hodk Plate 'tx>nrnrii' <4.60 13 40 S:> 80 

Mv c amp . Nrvr; . 4.M 3 JO 

W ar Mnuu.- 1 Kris ' 4 30 i 

Time. I 13 Also ran Double Value., 
Priiiceai Nane. Prince Saxon. KIna Cotton. | 

SIXTH BAGB— au tarlenii: 

lliKh Lark iJamaai' .... t9.S0 33 M $3.30 : 

Juiial Junior iLofitd*n» l.M 3:W t 

Sumatra 3rd lAdamii 3.W , 

riti '' 1 r: 7 > Al.^o ran gors Martin.' 

v. - fl ,M I 

>K\K.N rii KAi t — Mile and on*-ilx- ! 

teentb: - | 

Pd 'We<rtrope> 313 60 »• to 13 «0 

; nrtl rinlsh 'Janirai -4 00 :t 30 I 

Obllvlcu.i 'Hl»rman> 4^0: 
Time. 147 1-6. AUo ran Myslli I.-,!e. 
I BiK Ed. Rwal Bit. BeottBwntaUat. Duat to 
I Dust. '"■ 
I EtORTB RACE— Mlla and onr-alxteenth { 

air Oay iNevM) »lt 00 20 t^ 71 

I flprlng Flood iBifrman> R 40 4 flo 

Crn>.» a. lAdamr' rn 
I Time 1 IB A' 'I -.n I'^riiilln Wine 

apreod 1 \ ■ 

I 0VI:K.\10UT fcMKIt.S 

I'iRsT RAt e— Mile and om-alchth 

•liiiiinK Bull Km 

j B'>' tnn!» n ■ icn 

An. [lie L*dy 107 

: Scapoae ." Ill 

I Pair n Or . . . : , 40> 

I Haunted Houoe .... 115 

, Rocpmus • . . « -. . 7 .-.TT < . ■ 1 1 . . « ■.... I — He 



In Rsnta 

-Hollywood Ear 

Jacaroo 

Ebony Moon . . 
Bhaata Play .. 
HBCOMO BACB— Bovap ftirlonsa: 

The Uarb 

Kitmra Chlal 

Uiae Me 

Mliiimuni 

Cardarrone '. .' 

liiah Martin 

Honey Car 

Slapped 

Barloloazi , 

M4M Premier 

Coulee Dam 

Jack o" Spades . 

THIRD BACK- 

Cannibal 

Orra 

r^.x p.iriaway .. 

IJe'r Kly 

Reiiirn Check 
DaiWield 
Fiiorh Borland 
Ml!' ini-rr 
f'alii\ ri as 
SliH.^ta RacKft 



-Mlla and ena-alstecnth 



107 
112 
108 
113 
101 
112 
1 14 
111 

Hi 
io» 



HKU hVE IT ( m MtT 



BylNpley 




TOI'RTH RAIL— Milr and nne-quarter 
Monsweep .117 

I 1 Hi Bid J > Ill 

Wi t Will 117 

■■^ ii klc Bill 11 ; 

K:inw, 111 ■ 114 

! i...rl. Arccnt 1 

Miss Ponna . .. 104 

Moruii .... - 10» 

Mark--M«M w..'... HI 

PItTH RACE— One mjjle; 

KssJartee — : — r~."~T .'. . .'. . .T.rT 

Red Peppei . 

Mount Vi rmm II , . . 

Fiirhtiiilrd ^ 

Open Door .', " 

I liaiirp View ... . ; 

H)urb(jn Kina 

< iaiapa ■ 

< "mint 

P.tBe 

f onet II . , " , 

MelDdUt 

iflXTH RAo:— Mile and one-half: 

< IB' Oaaaba»L 

Rliinu ■ , ... 

H'jn«y Cloud . . , 

I warfellow ,. 

Whiohtee 

.M-i'krr 

I '|hB. i-o Road 

oUiiipu 

H' Quick Uavil 

Piir 'Scout 

!• rf ■ o • ... 
Wn r Min>trel . . . 

■ Ji loday 

'K' No Die* ... 
P«ae RaM i i , , . . 
I t.i ( \ ai 
.fa. (1,1 

' 1 ' Our iJrpari) 
Count Atlas . 

'.I' Oo.'uni 

Hylna I,ee . 
' Ui < inlepas 

Ci.'iir A''t"lr 



r — 



I ■ K 



104 
104 
0> 
114 
104 

inn 

IIS 

loi: 



m 

IM 



Old BoJi Cmh — 

w'itkwntmmr 

fifr XV Today 



V 



ANCOUVKR Old Boy». in 
t h« pink of condition and 
confident of .scoring a vlttory, 
will be here thi.s nfternoon to 
battle Uie Unlver.sity School . 
Rugby team at the .Mount..i 
TOlmle ground at 9:48 o'clock. 

The Old Boys will be fielding 
a powerful fifteen and will be 
fayored to walk ^ the field 
winners, despite they are |fo- 
tng up agaiivit younger op- 
position. The MalnlMd Una- 
up will be as follows: Town- 
ii«Td. fuUback: Teagle. Field; 
Legatt and A Mercer* K. 
Mercer, atapd oft; PMth^- 
stomp, icnini half: Oomwan. 
WorthlngtoB; CarlhiB. Uner; 
Sklllinfi. MoOregor. PoUock 
antf Maddn. 



3 KITTENS ONE RED-ONE WHiTE-ONE BLUE 

WERE BORN ON THE 4^-!? OF JIMby 

MOTMEP was A^T0«n0l5£-SH£U fERSiAN • 

^ OwrCd tJV w 5H ELP 0W 

- «n4 ' 




^•NE CONES .^.^ 

IN ONE Cluster = ~ 

--5ubmi>ttd ^ A C FRIEOL 

WA5MINGTON,0lC. 




THE 

Of WRS T aX)K 

- Of Lon.Non - CONSISTED 

6f 95.M0 woftOS 



JUUtVjD^ Riband 



•tita a^ I 



EXPLANATION FOR YESTERDAYS RIPLEY-CARTOON 
Herog'i stable— The names of Herod and the Holy Child again hare btfn Itrangeiy linked through 
I '- roi.vprRation oi a subie at Pine Bluff. Nc. formerly owned by Jdm HtTDd. Into the Church of the 
Holy chiid^^The dadleatloa ol the remodeled barn as a church wm eaodiicted hf Rev. Cufane McOulneai, 
Bishop of lUMili. wtta waa born taL^fttMahnn. Pa. 



•tt 



tt OB rt BO HI WplVa King FeatuKHb IN« York Olty^ M.T. 



107 
lOQ 
102 
114 

in 

lU 

uo 
11« 
111 

114 
109 
ICS 

107 

ina 

104 

117 
IO.t 
100 
107 
107 
103 
lOf 
10« 

111 

107 
103 
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in.'i 
If).' 
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no 
lit 



Exhibition Match 
At Uplands Links 
Sunday Afternoon 

n exhibition golf match ha£ 
becn^rranged at-tl^ Uplands golf 

course for .Sunday afternoon, start- 
ing at 1:30. W. H. Newcombe and 
Vic PatnterN^f th* Uplands Ctolf 

Chib. liflvi- been cho-vrn from nmnng 
the foreiiK)!^ lankti of Uplands play- 
er.s to J«ect Kotv Lawson and 
Ted Colgate. Colwood<a top-ranking 
players. > \ 

Kfln Law.son and T<d Colgate 
have been making the roUt\d£ of 
various golf clube in exhibition 
games. Tliey havp altra(le<1 Rrtod 
galleries, and with fine weather, the 
rpatoh ahould draw a good dtmd. 

Tlie reciilar monthly medal com- 
petition will be held 'at the Upland.s 
Club on . Sunday Prize.s will be 
awarded for the Idwest grass and 
hel acores, . 



the start of Uie second set, the~for- 
mer British Davis Cup ace looked as 
if he mi({ht make a match of it. He 
A, I moving Into the forpconrt, and 
when he yt the re he was putting 
away 'WlnheST" ' "~ ^ 

But H.Kiue qun klv .Muiffed out 
that rally. He broke through Fred s 
sendee In the fifth ganw to lead 
3-2. FYom there on ha dropped 
only one more game. 

GREAT n<ATBR 

Budge, who won all tlie amateur 
net titles worth capturing before 
turning to the salaried ranks. Just 
finished a|J,onK tour with Ell.sworth 
Vines, former king o/ the amateurs. 
The lanky redhead trimmed Vines 
twenty -one matches to seventeen, 
and therefore convinced the tennis 
world that he it- one of the greate.st 
sliotmakers i>lnce the days of the 
great BUI Tllden. 

Perrv wa.s tiullo ronfldent of win- 
ning from Budge before tonight's 
match, but after the first set. when 
the ultimate winner smashed oVer 
shot after~shot which the English- 
man could not even reach, the gal- 



lery sat back and ju&i waited to se^ 
how long Budge would take to finish 

his evening chores He did it faster 
tlian any .spectator hi the (.raiden 
even thou^ U of, and-w lMi d ev ap " 
fating jMwer aQd determlnatioo. 



EIGHT ACES 
ARE BEATEN' 



Fluyin«{ Tonij^ht at 
Hijfh School (vvm 



BOXLA MEETING. 
NEXT WEDNESDAY 

The annual meeting of the Vic- 
toria La( co.s.se As.sorialioij will be 
held in the office of Ch.urrjian W. C. 
Moresby. Belmont Biiildl ik. Wed- 
nesday, March 15, at S o'cl Kk Plans 
for the coming season will be dls- 
cavNi'd 

Ihe a&.V)Ciation is ntakjiig efforts 
to have the playing surface in . the 
box at (he Royal Athletic Park 

hard -surfaced 

' NAMED TEAM MANAGER 




M:\IMH RA(f,— <jMe mile 

Orientaliat 

Momr Bumlni , , . . 

Rolhni Ball , 

Tedium , .• 

tiabueao 

Real Clear 

Chatar 

Pora^oith 

CMint Fan 

UnraKy 

Mt.HTH BACB->Utl« and ene-autee 

Mr Uruitdy 

Porrltee 

White- Snnd „ 

Vp.-P.'iat.o . , ..^ 

flriiie ralatina >,,,,,,. 

Bain. Marl« .7.7. . . 

Oalla Clay 

Bwaepataff : 

Pirai poau l:M p.m. 



. 114 
Ill 

.. 114 

.. Ill 

.. 114 

. 112 

.. 117 

. 114 

114 



IlMi 
114 
114 
ICS 

laf! 

103 
108 

II I 



Ju\eni!e Football LraKiie offlrials 
l.T.st nlKlit announced iIk ap|)oint- 
ment. of Jiin Ccsier as iiianajjer of 
the Pee -Wees soccer team. CotUcr 
in well known in Igckl football 
circle, where he played for many 
years aa a member of the Canadian 
Navy eleven. A few aeaaons ago- 
Cosier managed the Capitals. Juven 
lie team. 



JOK MURRAY 

WELL-KNOWN Raattle 
ball referee andlplayer. who w 

be on the startliiR line-up for Mount 
Vernon hoopaters tonight at tlie 
High School gj^n^aium. FInallaU 
in the rerent Northwest tournament 
In the bound City, the United States 
cage squad will oppow the Victoria 
Dominoes in the final Interiwtlonal 
exhibition game of the ISSg-St aeries. 
Two Cdast final.'- nill precede the 
senior "A" mens fixture. Cardinals, 
Island senior "B"' women's titlahold- 
ers. will battle Vancouver Wp^te^ns 
at, 7 o'clock, and orie hour later. 
Tuil's Unltya, Provincial champions, 
will meet the ela.s«y T X L. cagette 
.squH<l from Die Mainland. The cafd 
1r one of the best of the #;ea.v)n and 
should attract a record-breaking 
_^ attendance 



R(tyal Mail W ins 
Uursl Park Event 



mjftSt PARK, Englancr.'" Kfifch 
]10 Royal Mall, Wftnl^r of the 
Grand NatKJniSl ln 1937 and one ol 
the favorites for thi.s year's renewal 
at Alotree, March 34. wound up his 
praparmuen for ttia'IMff raoa by wln- 

today, 

The big juaipar. owned by Mrs. 
Camllle Kvana, finished^ the three 
mljps a neck In front of Mrs Phll- 
llpf;' Rightun to pay II to 10. J 
Heimessy's Quatic W(U third in the 
—"Of tour; . . 



RffiBY iSarnarit C*upi 

3 :00- Umled Services vs .J B A A . Maccionald Park; referetV- 

Pautfuian. — . /. ' — - — - — ^ 

George Jay Cup ^' ' ^ 

3^:00-OitrTiy^« >g t 'WB vs. Viotorla CoUege, &CBc4oiiald 

Pa ri!: refOr ge. E- J. Symons 

Exhibition OanMT . • ^ 

2:45— University School vsr- University School Old Boys, Unl-. 

-^-^ifsrslty SffhOBl iiniWMli - > - — '-r -t ^- 



MIXED TOURNEY 



A mixed fourabmes golf tmima- 
ment will be held Sunoav at tlie 
Colwood COtirse. Competitor.s are 
aiked to arrange for their partnek-x 
opponents, and' Sflects their; own 
atartlng UmeL^ Polt gntriei wui 
ivcdvad* ' 



Today's Spoil Programme 



FOOTBALbHlB«cr>CUy l>eame 

2 45— Victoria United vsi^anoouver United. Royal Athletic 
Park: rtftrae. J. Obee. _^ 

- Intermediate l>ea|rue 
I -■ 2 ,30— Camerons vs. Caveys, Central Parle; referee. E. Borde. 



Adwtnih. nentral Fm^nvrerat, 



2 3»»ff »vy Mount IMgda. Wgti S^moi frouad: XJ^im, 

Brav 

2.30 -Young 
P. J, Woodley. 

Jwventle Leaaae— Lnder gj tjt aaii . 

i0 30 -Mapi« l«aa<s vs. HUi:a^ Oflgnar.' Lcw tf Iw a i a ' Mltf; 
referee. Costelo. — ~- 

I nder Fi»«rteen 

MlrW^Pae-Wgaa^vs^^t., LoiMi^ CoUege. VictorlA West Part : 
referee. Br«y. 



BASKETBALL— High Krhool GymnaalBB 

7 00 -CardinaLs Vancouver We^'Tns. senlOC^ "B" 
Coa.st final 

8 00— Tull s Unity* vs Vancouver LX LTlmermedlate A glrl,^ 



t 00— Victoria Dominoes vs.-Mdunt Vemor, senior "A" 
toter-^ity eahlbltion sertea. . " " . 



Lose to Nanaimo Cagers, 
39.31— Bombers and — 
" r,tl.C./l a Triumph 

NANAI^_ M-f'-h lO.-Nanaimo 
and VletdHa tntermedlaEe ~Baskei- 
ball teama divided honors here to- 

nlKhl when Nanalmn Harvey Mur- 
pln.s won from Victoriii EiRlU AtCS 

3(»-;n 111 the -A ' cla.s.s, and Victoria 
Bombers took Nanaimo Moffat Ran- 
gers 33-3T In the "B" trials. Both 
were the (IrM of a two-game series, 
total points to win, for tlie Island 
champlonahlp. 

Ted Bertram opened the score in 
the ^urphy-Aces game, and Na- 
naimo ran U up to 7-0 betcfra Aaea 
scored a free shot through Clague. 
Nanaimo ran their lead to 11-1 un- 
til Jii.st before the whistle for the 
quarter ended, when Don Smith 
registered. Aeaa only flald basket of 
the quarter, whlch radad: Nanalmo- 
11, Aces 3. . 

Nichols acored early In the second 

period, J3-3. then Ares began to 
click, and nuriway through liie 
quarter li;ul halved the score, 14-7, 
and at hail-time ware only three 
behind— Nanaimo 19. Aoes 13. 

The third stanza .saw harder 
checking-frdm, the sUrt -with Na- 
naimo Invaking through and scoring 
four ba.skets earh, ii i n'liMiig their 
lead to 24-13; Nkl.ol added another 
two points, and Aces trailed 26-13. 
AcranUm tossed in a free shot when 
Nicoll fouled. Predham got a point 
on a free throw and thr .score WBB 
Nanaimo 26, Victoria 14. 
Bach team added a iMsket to 

thrtf score, 28-17 mid a Miicle fiif 
Aces Then Nanaimo scored two m 
a row, through Bertram and 9akcr, 

tndiiig the quarter. 32-17. 

After five minutes of the l§8l 
quarter the board read 34 .for .Na- 
irnirnp and 3J for the visitors, tha 
end coming 'with ACes flghtlng hard 
but beaten" bv eiKjht polntS; 39-31. - 
In the Bombcrs;Banaera aame. 
the foriner led SI -14 at half-time, 
ut in tlie flr.st live iiiiiiute.s of the 
hird quarter, C'lark.son &ank tlirca 
in a row sind Brough, with a fourtli 
Moffat basket, put Nanaimo one 
point in the lead. It was their last 
flash. liow(\(i and Victoria forged 
d to win the game, 33-27, and 
targin of six polnta to start the 
flnarttf the series. 

PORT'X^nERNI. March 10 Vic- 
toria Y M C,"'!^. juniors won over the 
Port AlbernI t'eam in ihe first gam* 
of the, Island fii^l here tonight by 
a aO-M seort. The .second tusaM 
will bt played in VicV^la on Wad- 
nesday nltht. \^ 

CARPET BOWLINiK^ 



the^ 



Play continued last night at 
Britannia Branch In the Victoria 
Carpet Bowling Leagua. wlUi tim 
following results posted: 
.SI.NOL-8 

C. John-J^ii M R Pugh 18 

B. P. Shfpheard 17, A. Ciood- 

man 10. - 

TKI. I.KS ~— 

C. Jordan. W Baiter and A Man» 
l«. O. Forster. A rfsboriT ani" 

Orlffln 17. 
C. Storey J Dobbs and J. Keith 
20 R. Parfitt,x;. Paterson and ^ 
ttuUon 16. I 

HI8LOP TROPHT ~ 
Britannia Star • 17. Bntanhta 
Horseshoes 36. 



DOtaiLtti 



iiV p. 



O. Paterson "Bd .B. Bath 
Cal ne and A FVabonl 11 
V. Bryant and A, Belcher 2a« 
iMaroar and X. lastlim If . 

D4>iiblea 

g.O(y-i^D''Tlyle.s and W. Ash worth 
vh. F Orimea and F. Webster; 6. 
Vtorster and W. Oriffln ve C. Orecn 
and J. KMth: C. Jordan and A. 
Mar.'^ii vs. A. floeanb tad A. 
MUampton. ' 

-~ MOlfDAXt DRAW 



/ .^0 H Bond vs H. Milne',; F. 
Orixnes vs. O. Knight; W^OriOp. 
V#. D, froston.' . _,. 

6 15— E. Logan v W 'Latham; O. 
Pryrster vs. J Merr-er; J Baron vs. - 
A Beklier. - . . 

9.00— D. Rylea v» C Storey; II 

Baldwin va. J. bobb*; P. WglMkar vt. 
A OoocMtcr. y ' 



\ \THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B €• v«^ATUKDAY. MARCH 11. 1939 



13 



TMtar MHI MMtfw Only I 

56/100 Doomed Men Htit Wntttn Iti Sinwtional 
SfOfy' Now in Tlinllinj RotUtion on th« Scrtcn' 



B 0 BIS KARL Q F F . ' , 

ALSOl 

Charlto HMggto t • Mary BolMd 

*'fiOY TROUBLE" 



M I l: 



<* lA. (i l l H II V\ Hh 



DONALD O'CONNOR • 



iil: 



[AS! Willi 
01 J. BEBG 



Puerto Rican Stops English 
Fighter in thepifth 
Session 



NOW SHOMflNfi! 



CROWDS ARE THRIUING 

TO kiPkiNn Mvincimis^ 

THMi fmrtHO, LOVING, SWAGGERING iONS OF 

BRITISH JATtAyOHSl 




NEW YORK. Murch 10 i.-V) — 
Pedro Monlapes took » looi rtride 
toward ft . MVMc0 Mltof wci^t 

ohampitnmhii) «hot at H*nry Ann 
I jiruiig lonighi^by titc>j;>g>m(-n.hc gtum- 
I BiitlRh veteran, j*ckle Kid ^Berg 
In flve^ rounds of a Un-TOUBd bout 
at the 'Hippodrome. 

* After being given a tougtv, clOM 
battle lor four roundt, the i42<B- 
pound Puerto Rican nall«d his 

i)iirty-ihiee-year-ol(l lu.il with n 
right hook In the Alth. Bcrf, who 
scaled IMH. dropped as thouglv a 

tree had fallen on hirn He got up 
at thf rouni of nine but waa in euch 
a hplpl<>.s.s condition that ReferM 
Prank Pullom halted the bout 

A fcurprioinKly large crowd of 4,300 
fans, who contributed to a groM gate 
of $6,079.53, waa on hand to «m the 
hu.sky -shouldered Montanec ehalk up 
his forty -fifth virtnry In forty - 
nix slart.s In this countxy. His only 
defeat oame In a fitfto •ffoct ttf* 
*JUft the lightweight crown from the 
^^hen champion. Lou AnibcrB. in 
1937 

Although Birg battiad hU younger 
and heavier>hlttlnK rival on even 

ternwi through ihr first four heats 
it was apparent he had little but his 
gatiMncM left MontanM tfowcd 

him down wUh c'lowts to the body 
in the first aiKl eecond rounds, but 
one of these mid-section blows got 
away from him in th» third and 
BerR took that heat because of 
PtHlros low punch. 

Bobby Ruffln. 134 ^a, Bridgeport, 
Conn., outpointed Jot Amioo, 136%. 
Now York, it) a four-round pre- 
liminary , and Gaflo.s Cuebas, 120. 
Puerto Rico, drew with Caoaar 1*9. 
136 \, New York, in g alx-roimder. 



"FREEDOM 
OF THE SEAS" 



Odds on AintrPC 
t uvorite Shorten 




LANClE MITRUUFOSD 

AVY forward, who will br in 
uniforuj today when the United 
Serrlcea oppoae the JJI.AJk. In a 

crucial Barnard Cup match at Mac- 
donald Park^ Victory for the Oars- 
men will enable them to retain the 
.silverware. b\it a United Services' 
triumph will forco another match. 
On thf lower field at Macdonald 
Park, Oak Bay Wanderers and Vlc- 
torla College will meet In a ndden- 
death fixture to rtrride the ho4d«r« 
of the George Jay Cup. Kick-offs 
an aet for I o'oloelb — 




ENDS TODAY 

At ia:SI. S:tT, SiSl. tiSt 

•ALL IN COLOR 



KENTUCKY 



LORETTA YOUNG 



*M» — Riskiiic Thfir N>c In 'or \>», 

•tTlllC AIIT CAB aailBttrnvi 



TIME OUT FOR UmiW 

OlMia SUart # Mtrll**! Whalen 



ATLA 



KNDS 
TODAY 



OAK BAY 



pADl'LTa - 

( mutacN 



25# 



DEANNA DURBIN 



"THAT CERTAIN AGE^ 



-Ai»m WILUAM MA IX 

rvrMNo SHOW . - « so otloc r 



r \( K II ( I ion i( 

"SPY RING" 

MATIN KC, SATVBOAV 



LOND(JN, March 10 (CP). — Odds 
against Miss Dorothy Paget's Kllstar, 
favorite for the Orand National at 
Alnlree. March 24 shortened tnniRht 
to 11 to 2. The previous quotation 
at the Victoria Olub ««Uev«r. was 

13 to 2. 

Grouped as second choice, were 
Sir Edward Hatini'>r".s Teme Willow 
and Sir Alexander Maguire's Work- 
man. They were bftokod gt 100 to I, 

unchanged, from the- previous call- 

over. Other odds : 

Royal UuiiU'li. 100 to 7, RoikquiUa, 
18 to 1. Hrendan'R Cottage. Royal 
Mail and Under Bid, 20 to 1; Oool- 
een and MocmofTat. 22 to 1; Domi- 
nic ks Cross and Inversible, M tO 'l; 
.St r.^^ort'.' TI and Bliir.shlrt, 13 tO 1. 
and Black Hawk, 60 to 1. 



Galloway Chosen 
Kennel Clwib Head 

NANATMO March 10 — Nanaimo 
Kennel Club held its annual meet- 
ing tonight and alaetod J. Qalloway, 

president: Jaclc Cottle, vice-pi-esi- 
dent. and Miss L. Hickling. secretary. 
ArrariKcmenls were completed to 
hold a parlor show here on March 
18. J. Cottle, a charter mem- 
ber of the club of twenty-five years' 
standing, waa presented with a life 
membership of the organization, to- 
gether with an wigig fd cigantte 
lighter and 



REACH m IN 

tough opponent for. Jli* MiDd frOffi 

the Sound City today. 

CLOAK MATCHES 

the afttmooiv waa keenly fought all 
the way. wlth-A. S. O. MusRrave and 

Lee at«'il rt>iuhlii« the final The 

farmer had a hard match with Srnie. 
BriMhtt, the toonMUMBt BMaaUst. 

before gaining the decision on the 
.seventeenth green. 2 and 1. and 
St*"!! WDii from Mr, city mate. Ernie 
Ketcham. on thf> final hoi*", 1 up. 
The 8teil-Ket( liam match finished 
up in a heavy downiiour of raln^obut 
.still attracted a gallery. 

The veteran Mu/>grave played 
mightjr fine goU against Brachat in 
the semis U Uim imi 'Ba waa ow 
the outuoink' nine la avan fNur, n, to 

^M- u\f ui> ai the haUwaj" 'mxkr 

Brachat fought back gaai^ flif^tha, 
stretch to the clubhouse and made 
it tetataltlng an the way. He won 
the tenllrwlth a birdie, halved the 
next hole and then to ok the ne xt 
two holea to be two down. T&rnext 
hree were halved. Musgrave Waet- 
■ ng his Wky out of a bunker, deadly 
to the pin on the .^ixt(M'nth for a 
half. The seventeenth was halved 
and the argumant waa an over. 

Both Ketcham and Stell shot good 
Kolt in the other semi-final match 
of the open. Ketcham three-putted 
a trio of graanii on the first nine to 
be two down at ttMr turning point. 
The tenth and eleventh were halved, 
but Ketcham won the next hole 
after smacking two long woods down 
the fairway. The thirteenth and 
fourteenth were halved in pars and 
Ketcham squared the battle on the 
dog-leg flftt'enth. SteU played a 
great second shot on the nexV-tiole 
to grt hi> bi rdto three to win the 
hole after Ketcham had putted 
short and to the left from twenty 
feet. The n ext was halved In flvea 



OnVktoria United 
Front^4ilM TiMiay 




FLASHY right -ulnger. who re- 
turns to the Victoria United 
Ittie-up today after a short absence 
because of Injuries. The loca^ for- 
ward is rated as one of the bait in 
the novlnce., and i^ould prove a 
source of worry to t he vis iting Van- 
couver^ United eleven when they 
meet"*TRl6ria United here today. 
The' match will be played at Royal 
Athletic J*ark. ..The kick-off is set 
foe g;4g~c>;clock wit h Joe Obee a£ 
reXerec " - 




Seventh Flight 

R. F. Barnes, Coleman. Aita., de- 
feated 0. Pfttea,' I up. 

WQ|III£t~BllULTS 

Handicap Championship 

Mrs. S. F. Mckson defeated Mi» 
C'Bemon. t and l. 

Lady CoU defeated Mra. W. P. 
Bowden, 3 and 1. — 



BOB PA8T<Mt WINNBB 



I 



V^toria Roller Skating Palace 

I . 751 VII W STREET 

RtguUr aftcrnoen Mttion, ttlt. Special tvtsing [pricti for couplet in4 pjri^et. 



BOSTON. Mareh 10 i;p\ nob 
Patitor. young New Yorker, tonight 
had an easy task outpointing Al 
-|-rMcCoy, of Boston, New England 
llieavyweight bositlg eham^on. to' 
win a unanimous ten-round dfv'i.sion 
111 their return boul^t the Boston 
Garden Pastor welglWrilB^; llb- 
Coy. 182 

In gaining his second triumph 
ovor McCoy, before a crowd f>f ^ ono. 
Pastor out-boxed the New ©inlander 
at every stage. McCoy was unable 
to score more tha^ a few rights dur 
ing the bout 



U ins Chel tvu ham 
Gold Cup Honors 

CHELTENHAM, England. March 

10 <A^.— Brendan's Cottage. Mrs. A. 
Smith - Binnham s Orand National 
hopeful, yesterday won the Chelten- 
ham Gold Oup, three and oae-quar* 
ter-mile trial for the steeplechase 
classic at Alntree, March 24. 

Brendan's Cottage. 8 to 1 |n the 

field _pf five, finished five lengths in 
front of Cnpt.Tin j. Bridges' Morse 
Code. whl( h is not ellglbk f OT the 
Grand National., . 



gRM 

TONIGHT 




a a^j^iiaa 

kartoffff" 

AODKD CAarOON — NIIU. 



L«>:"j:.h if j 

I AM IIMt »< rOKA V 
FIRST MCTORIA SIIUMINC 

THB t UfeaovmaBs 

HEROES of'rm m^s" 

Pl.t n 



Mt\S KONTAINR In 
M Mn MdHT .OUT" 

^F.RIAL (f xerpt SaloHor NIthtr 
"WILD BtU. mOKOR" 

I \ I •• \ — C ARTOON 

I Or li J • 15j» mjtOf » Om 



A bricklayer working on the top 
of a very high building nccKientnlly 
knocked a brick off the scnffokiuiR 
with his foot and it unfortunately 
landed on Uie hetMl of a negro who 
was passing. 

Negro fshoufingK "Be careful, up 
there; big boy I Ymt made me bite 
mah toogue!" 



At the Theatres 



GARDEN CITY CHURCH ' 
. JtiA$ NOVELTl J4NNER 

' - A a uc j ietfriaf iwi^ am -wgjJ 

•erVWl at the Garden City United 
Jtanhrh on Wednesday evening by 
the momb«'r.s of the W( man - 
^liaj-y The fables had l:*''n a! 
tractively decorated to represam. 



bftirptp«e and- miniature Oeoteh 

figu.-ca v\<Tf u.>tii * 

Mr.s. T. Uo(Klwin. Mrs. C. An- 
drews, Mrs. W H. White and Mrs. 
E, Partner ^^re f f«pQiialb]e for the 
tsblf represent" ^g England, and 
tlii.s wa.H centred by a beuuiilul 
bunch of ro,s€a. Mr.s. Q. Alexander 
and Mm. J. Jones deooratfd the 
Welsh table with a crnii.'pie<r of 
daffodils. .«mrruund> (l bv mia W.-l. h 

llKllte.- Mr;< J(V. tlOy .i!-.,t \ll 'r.l.l 

f^ott. iQL-HoTland. liad a wuajHHUi 



.ATI, AS WhHt *lth Loretta 
lilEATKE o u 11 K stopping for 
coffee at eleven each 
morning, and Richard Oreene at<9- 
ping at four for tea. X>lrcctor David 
Butler liad hb hand.s full during 
the filming of ' Kentucky. ° Techni- 
color production which will dose to- 
night at the Atlaa Theatre. 



CAPITOL Three strikingly dlf- 
THEATM ferent characucrl^tics 
_ mark 'he .screen p>r- 
trayaifl of Cary Oraait. Victor .Mc- 
Laglen and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., 
in MCO-Radiol "Ounta Din. " how 
at the Capitol Theatre. Playing 
British Army sergeanta in India; 
Orant has a penchant for-treasure 
^Hinting, McLaglen has a weakness 
tor filihUlig.^ anO-^&ffiiilir 
nMHTfeiS' r flwafttic tendeDcteii . ^ 



COLrMBIA Max Terhune. comr- 
THEA'TRE disii o; the pop\iIar 
- — Three >4«s<iult«ar pic- 



AMUSEMENTS 



On the Screen 

At la a L oretta Yoimg, starred 

in "Kentucky " 

Capltei— "Gunga Din,' star- 
ting Gary Grant. 

CrHqmbia — "Heroes of the 
Hills. " starring the Three 
Mesquiteers. ~ 

Dominion- D e v i I s Island," 
with BorU Karloff. 

Oak Baf==DemnsrDQrbln in 
•That Certain A»e." 

Piasa— "Frontier Scout," star- 
ring Oeorie Boiiitoa. 



fronf Hollywood for five years, and 
Haacy OarroU. Who hae been in 
N»w T oft f o t 4he past tlM«e years. 



and also the final h(4e In par foun 
to give Stell the verdict 

IN WOMEN'S FINAL 
•Mrs. B. F. Nickaon. Victoria Club, 

and Lady Coll. of tlu- Uplands, for- 
merly of England, will meet today 
for the Beatty Trophy In the wwn- 
en'a division. Jhe former 6ame 
through wfth a S and i verdict over 
Miss E. Ben.son, Oak Bay member, 
while the latter eliminated Mrs. W. 
P. Bowden, alao Oak Bay. on the 
seventeenth green, 2 and 1. Althout^h 
Mrs. Nlckson will be giving away 
strokes in the final, the match is 
expected to be sharply fought. 

tile strong Seattle team were de- 
clared winners of tJi«> J;u;k MaLson 
Trophy for int^-r-dlatnct competi- 
tion by returning a four-man gross 
card Of 299. The squad consisted of 
tee Steil. Ernie Ketcham, George 
Ripley and O. H. Par.sons. In the 
inter-club event, the Gorge Vale 
Club came through with a fine vic- 
tory, while the women fp n the 
Victoria Golf club won the honor*- 
In their clnsf 

Don Campbell and Miss M. Prior 
won the mixed foursomes tourna- 
ment with a .score of 89-15 -74 with 
Paul Olaser, Seattle, and Mrs. Gubi 
Lyons. Vancouver, the Tunners-Up 
with a score of 93-18-75 

'I*>^y a consolation eighteen 
holp.s medal pLiy will b«- held for 
both men and women from visiting 
courses. Competitors are asked to 
arrange for their partmn and 
starting times. 

Mtm BB8ULT8 

Handicap Championship 

Ororge B. Rlpky.. BeatUe. de- 
feated Art ChristopH'er. 8 and 3, 

Ernie Ketcham .Seattle, defeated 
Mat Mather. Castor, Alfa., J and 1. 
First Flight 




Thome, 4 and 3- 

Mia. W. J. MT^ Praetor dafbatad 
Mlsfl M. Young, 1 up. 

Second Flight 

Mrs. C. Denl\am defeated Mrs. 
A. C. Stickley. 2 and 1 

Mrs. J. C. I. Edwards defeated 
sKtb. B. P. Blrley, 8 and a. 
mrd fUgkl 
A s G. MusfravajtMeated 
Nicol. & and 4. 
M. Prior defeated Jdrs. V. 

nil, 1 up. 

Men's Open Championship 

Lee Stell, Seattle, defeated Ernie 

Ketcham, Seattle, 1 up. 

A. 8. G. Musgrave defMted Ernie 
Braehat, S ajad 1. . 

MEN'S DR.AW, 
Handicap Champinnshlp 

10.00— Ripley v&. Ketcham. 
Second round to atart at I o'clock. 



Mr.s 
Mr.r J 

.\li.ss 
M. C.a 



STAUN ilAS MAS- 
CONCERNING NliNlCU 



Contlnned from Page 1 

States while pretendiiiR all the time 
tol)e "anti-Comlntem.'t^suluv said. 
In its emphasis on a Ikok of any" 

geiuiine ba.'-is for war between Oer- 

many and liuaala. his speech 
sounded aiaMOt ME* a rapproehe- 

menl between those two countries. 

He accused enemies of Soviet Rus- 
sia in Europe and Unl|e4 Q^p^teg of 
trying fo foment vk ar HMwian QU- 
many and Russia. _ ^ 

-^ASr OP tCHBMr* 

Tlie peace of Munich, which re- 
sulted 1(1 dls meBft e m ieot of Caecho- 
Stovakla. was rea^ a part of this 

scheme declaied Stalin, secretary <Sf 
the central committee of the Com- 
munist party. 

'One can well believe that the 
Oermans received regions of Caec^o- 
•loeakia aa a rewanl< far. tINir obli- 
gation to .start war agalflit., ttia 

Soviet "Union," hf said. 

^And new the OelnaBs vOvmrW 

pay thLs obligation and 
creditors to the devU." 
Stalin poured 



forecasts of the annexaUon of the 
Soviet Ukraine through a^t he 
called the "tnaeof gtatf^l^roi^ 
patho-Ukralne. ~ 
"''^'^^'O'e^lMTeHweii suggestlor^ ~of 
forming an autonomous TTVralne 
nation to oomp];;ise the Soviet 
Ukraine. Oaecho • ■lovakla'k Oar- 
patho-Ukralne and Ukraine W etloas 
of Poland). 

A LUFfATICS DREAM 

"Of coiu-se It Is quite possible that 
in Oermany there are lunatics .who 
dream of aQjopgjyag^ui alephantar 
that Ls the Soviet Ukraine— through 
a amall insect— that is the so-cailed 
Carpatho-Ukralne," BtaOi aald. 
"U there reaUy are such lunatics 
need not ooont that, in our 
wlQ find sufficient sfnR- 
JackeU to take eare of them. — 
"Tint OermaBs have annoyed some 
of those who hoped for a Russo- 
German war to such an extent that 
they' are beginning to unmask the 
real purpoae Of ttieir poU^H^' StaUn 
added. 

"TUSNKD WESTWABD" 

"Instead of moving farther Eiist 
against the Soviet Union tliey 
turned westwaid and demand 
colonies for themselves." 

The purpose of the world-wide 
clamor over the Soviet Ukraine, he 
•aid, was apparently to "arouse 
anger of tlia Soviet Union against 
r.<^rmans— to poilOB the atmosphere 
and provoke a aonflkt with Oer- 
many without a vWble bade." 



— iKENrs 



NEW 1939 

OFFAT 

ELK( I KK K VNGtS 

Now On Display 

KENT'S, LTD. 

64i Yatea Stragt r 



1 



c s Lsngma, Winnipeg, defeated 
Ernie Brachat. a and 1. 

Peter W.^- Bell defeated H. U. 
Johngtcne, CamnMe, Alta., 1 up, 

Second nixht 

L. J. HilbberaoD defeated Fred 
Painter, I dp. | 

R F Fraiherhtone defeated. Alex. 

Straith, 2 and 1. 

I jThlM FHgM 

8 P BuW defbatad O. A Stew- 
art, 2 up. ' 

A. iLi^'inti*!! deMaled W. A. Thom- 
son. 8 and 2 

Fourth FUgbt 

O. P. McManama, Seattle, de- 
feated J. K. MUner Winnipeg, 3 
and 2. . 

C. C. Simpson defeated W. X. 
Parkin*. 4 and 2 

Fifth ni«ht 

B H Anderson del* atrd .J Gil- 
lespie. Edmonton. 3 and 1. 

C. I. Mackenele de f eated Boy 
Hadley, 8 and 1. 

• Sixth FligM 

..A^utaon defeated F TPertae. 3 



rr55— Langille vs. BeU. 

Second Flight 
8:80— fUbbeiaoii vs. Paathaiatone 

Third night 
8:46— Blrley vs. Ford 

Fearth Flight . 
8:S5>— McMahama va. Simpeon. 
FIflk Plight 

8:40 - And* rson vs Mackenzie 

Men's Open Ctiamplonshlp 

8:30-^Musgrave va. Steil. 

llfOMBirS DBAW 

Handicap Ckaaqiieaililp 

l:^fr— MrftHWekson vs. CoU, 

- g if t Flight ' 

Mrs. jackion vs. Mrs; Proctor 
^T^ne-to b^ arranged). 

Second Fllgliit 
l:3<V^Mrs. Denham vs. Mrv. Ed- 
wards. 

Third FUgbt 
1:25 — Mrs. Musgrave vs. Miss 
Prior. » 



Fl^^: is iMrosEi) 

OIS U QLOH Cf iAKGE 

Convicted on a charge of per- 
mitting persons fn liave liquor on 
rejitaurant premi.se.s. Mar Poy was 
fined ISO by Magistrate Henry c. 
Hall in the city police court yester- 
day. The accused was represented 
"1)y Ourdoii' A. Oameron. 

In impoKHiv: the penalty, Magis- 
trate RMl suted: "In the course of 
a police raid, they entered ftia New 
China Cafp Thfv found a man 
at a table with a bottle of beer 
and no food on the table. I feel 
thej- found liquor pracflcftlly at the 
flr.st view. I think I can apply a 
Hi<tgment of the <aiief Justice Of 
Canada. Tlvr Chinese could have 

sfen the Uqiw " - „. , 

-m~r- ■ " -I 'it 



Starring With the Bruins 



Dutch shoes and a centrepiece of { ture. the latest of which, "Heroes «C 

tuUixs. I the HilLs ' will cl0fi<< tonight at the 



different countrie.s and many clever 
Ideas wvre Used U> tha, decotatlve 

ichenie. 

'"nie Empire table, in charge of 

Mr* A P Frvatt nnd Mra,. T ' 
Hayilol'. was centred by a miniature 
liea surrounded by figure.-^ c;>:. 
f^nting different parts cf the, Em- 
pire PafWUlsfly -dAlhiy WU W* 
Irtsh table with lt< ccntrrpir.c ol 
real Shanuo^ k and at eacli ci>i;n<;r , 
wefe^ Uhy Irish pl^ and har^( 
*rhls wa.s In charge of Mrs. O 
Cudln iiiKi Mr?. S. Whittaker. Mrs i 
1? VouiiK and Mrs W. Machain i 
for Canada, had their table beau- 
ti l>U)i-< teeDrated with colored msp:e 
leaves, cut from tXnLson paper. 
Mrs. Arimirong and Mrs. W. P 
Brown, for Scotland, centred their 
table with a bunch of heather, and ^ 
la their deoorativa «iiMBA'iartanSt| 



111" United 'State.s talilr was in 
'i aige OL Mrs U Reid and Ml.is 
B li t i r» y aH), wh on e 4 he American 



flag wa.s surromided by flgure.s rep- 
re«entlna .AnMilcan irhiu.trif. Mi 
tables had uei vif ucvg to juaich theu 
decorative .scn«>m€. gnd~th»fenmii 

arrrtiiwf nn')t».« werp undfT tljf e u p tr* 

■■ I ion .if mtn h. a. Scott. " 

Foiioxit.u' rhr .-^uppcr. a pro- 
gramme was flgesentcdj yhjch, In- 

nuawi ail ; i mff B iin i 6Wl l qu h ton - 

t' t, conducted bv .Mr "W. Allan, 



Cohiinbia 
with his 



PJLAZA VUiial dlXfcrence« be- 
TVBATftB tween army customs of 
today antf-ihose of the 
Civil War period are among' the In- 
old .stage pitrtner.t ll,«< ' tpre^tlJi^T^ature.^ b!<.>ught. out- In 



Iliealre, had a reunion 



Weaver Brotiiers and Elvlry, during 
production ol the picture. - 



"Frontier Scout, ' the Fntg 
. li e atu ra^tarring Oeorge Houaton aa 

Wild Bill Hickok w! )(h will shmr 

pOMlMON~Borl5"7Carlof 1 hadJor "*Pe-- lafeytlu the 

iittA IEE -twtrtve -^eostumea" for Pl«iMi Theatre. 

Warner Bros ' picture, I 

"tMi'a Wind." now at the Do- ■ ''FREEDOM OF SEAS" TO 
minion Theatre Each costume was DccunvAyaiATDiATA 
made of Uttered rags, and the de- "t dhUVVM Ml rLA^A 

gree of raggednsss Inoreaeed with 
each ■suit " The wardrobe depart- 
ment numbered each from one to 
twelve. 80 the director tor WIttWTJt 
director could call for e4Mi by 
number. v 



A romantic C0aie«l,v entitled 
••rreedom oT ttHrgeaa:" which sta rs 
ClUIofd ly(6nison.'^?mis& lSBBrXb& 
"Wendy Barrle. is to -be presented 
next week at the Plaia Theatre, 
where It will be sho w f Cr three 



\ocsI selection* by^JMns. T>: Ploid 
and Mrs. m. Pcbernat. and mterest- 
ing rr.r.iiiu{5. by Mrs. E Bancroft 
.Mr. H .Siv.ige. Victoria, .showed an 
iitte! rstli.ik' .s. rio.s of pictures of 
Vancouver Island and the I)Qj,€i.kKxOAE BAY Two screen favorites . days. 

o( British Columbia. A speblal vote| THEATBB return to the fffiiwl&l Baned on \he Walter Haekett 

of thankK was exteudM-ta-ilfr A support of Deanna D-ir- play. It provides the fir.«t British 

bin ui • Tluki Ceruin Age, which | film .subject for direction, by Marpel 
WtlpiHiow for the la&t time tonight jVam el. the French - UUni "SlJector 



P. -Fryatt for his gUt of,|fyesa^ new 
colUpsable UHiee. whkh iriil if of 
.rest benefit on such oiocaslona. and 
aiao'iestt the ladiaa teg tbUr Mpcf 



at the Oak Bay "nieatre.- They are^ who wa.^ ediieaitxi in Parla 
aiBtw wlw hag baen awaf ' Charterhouse, London. 



at 




rf STINCi FRfl 



SK0MLI2ED SIRVICE 

ALL TtPis OP RRAK(<< 
R» LINING AND ADJISflNO 

BOULTBEf 

<TI0NSU>. m. USI VAtU ST. 



FARMERS PROTEST 
HEAVY TAXATION 



COURTKNAY. Iftxth 10 -Two 
resolutions proteaUhff present rural 
taxation «efe paeeed at an ln> 

dlgnatlon meeting .'Staged by Comox 
Valley farmers in Agricultural Hall 
here Monday night. Mpre than 
sixty attended. William Duncan was 
In the ehalr. and Roy Cllffe acted as 
.secretary.- 

The first resolution, dealing with 
assessment, characterlaed the |»taent 
ba.slfl as "intolerable. oonfL<scatory. 
and held at pre-depre-vdon levels 
with no consideration of the pro- 
ductive value of the land, its market 
mr the ability of the farmer 
to pav." and a.«Jted that there be a 
repass/. s.vnent to bring taxation In- 
fo iii.f with prteent-day eondlttons. 

The . second, dealing exclusively 
with rural school taxation, asked 
that fhU tax be removed entirely 
from land and improvements, and 
that a aalai lax kr additional hi- 
rome tax be .suh'TTMiTe^! therefor 

A delegation of alx local farmers, 
W E. ManUe. RoV Cllffe. Wllhsm 
Duncan. William [urquhart. F. H. 
Bullock and It U. Rurford will pre- 
sent theee raaolutlpaa at Victoria. 




., "lit 




2S omcE 
BITTLE 



TT-aTUii- 



WIRE QROWERS ASSOCIATION 



Thi^ «4Yertisemeht is not pub- 
lished or displayed by the 
Liquor Contr ol poa rd or by 
the Government of British 
Columbia. 



3ntime, a Comox Valley Rural 
yW Aaiodatlon wlB 



J. WILSON 

t»rt*t W«»llM( — Barbrrrf Casta 

Mra-i aas Barr OMass 

t»T7 r.ovravMrvT stbckt rnosE c mii 



In British Army Boots! 

srrrlrr*blr loath hiAr uppwn. Irtfla MiM C9~AC 

f*r rrirs wMr. walrraraaf. .j, ..9waw9 

OthartatPIMM^ ' 

"K" SOOT SHOP F«t» .t e.^n. 



Bargains 



One of 
SCOTinNDS 




bRIHITS 



Johnny Crawford, T or onto i boy, -who is pUying refharlublc hockey with 

the Boston Bruins this year. Johmiy played with Toronto St. Mikes I yu,. 
and Weat Toropte JaiUor% and K.r'xUnd Lahs -Mwa. bafoA tnndiigl 

profeasieaaL ' 





HWIUSKY 



i.t6 AND i»TTL80 IN ICOVkAWf ' 

ai HMrTta 



_1, 



ar •ii.LOH aa*aT aaa aoa 



, ertisement is not pubHahtd or displayed by the LiqwOr 
Control Board or bv the Govsmmtnt of British ColurTi|>i« 



14 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICYORIA, SATURDAY. MARCH 11. 1939\ 




-■ r«-v " — -- - 




A 



COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Selected Stocks 
_Beach New Highs 

Wall Street 




N»W YORK Maifh 10 '/P< - 
Spurred by n.Mjjg,,uuiiUe.s and spc- 
< .allies, the slock market turned lii 
a much. Isctter performance today 
and favoritM advmnoad (raeUons to 

around 2 polott, 4Mllir ItMMSJilCba 
lor the year. 

All waa not beer and aklttlfs for 

the bulliKh loircN houfvrr, with 
.sLrels and nioLoi.'- lailing lo make 
niiirh headway, rails Inclined to allp 
and alrcrafU _(tev«lopiiif a little 
heavlnen. ; 

l^ews that the _8.E.C. had light- 
ened riibr t MUlng regulatioru, long 
desired by the trading fraternity 

canip ju.st a.s thr tnarkfl closi d Thp 
move, lujwever. peruUtuntf wider 
^pp('ulaUve operations, was viewed 
in Wall Street as a highly ooastruc- 
llVe atep. Inasmuch a.s it w,».s taken 
a.s an Indication tin auriiontip.s are 
coming lo the idea broader markets 
may aid bualnees reeoyer. 

Tlif li.sl .started out falrl\ well, m- 
roiint»T<-<l ligin selling, came back^ 
later and generaUjF finished at or 
Hear th«> day s brst ]c\pb. 

TiK' A. .s<x ia(<'d Press avtiuBe of 
n\tv st()(ii.s was up .4 of a point at 
53.4. with the utility componitp r(K- 
totertaiff another peak since' Snptem- 
bf'r 4 19.37 Traasfers' toLalod 



TrxM poriRi. 

Trx*l jOulf 

■liiiikfn 

I r,ili > Ajlif I 1. /II. 

1 weulirt/i Cgiituiy t'ot 

Union Carbide 

Union QU.^ Cat 

Uoloii P«cl(lc , 

Unlltd Alrcrafi 

Unitad Airiiitfs ....... 

xmited 



United Vtirtt . Tt-I 



^Ited Oax 4 Imp. 



! U 8 Pipp & F-oijixJiv 

\ U K. Indus. AJcuiiol 

US Rralty . 

U.B Rubber 

U.S Hubhi r pftl. . 

U.8 Smilr:iig : 

V.B. Slerl 

Vanadium 



rHkf 



We'4mu Air B 

Wfl.llllg. F.]r-: 

Weitern union 
White Uotor 
Woolwonii 
YouneM««a fl. 
UnUh Radio 



* T. 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS 
Of CAivAOi AN DOLLAR 




FOIiEJCN EXCHANGE t' 



NKW YORK. 



UsMk 



t 



Oaiaa«a.<-Montr«ai In Now 
M.TIll-l«: Rt* Tack tB Ml 

1M.MS-1«. " 'j 

Bclalum Il.tt. 

.. LUiiaiark °.'0 nb 
ruUaad— 3.M. 



Uavti. ai.M. 



Tork. 

itMSl. 



Oonnany — M.14 

Huraarf— lt.M. 

Italy-4J6'4. • 
YukcNilavia — S.lt. 
The N«therlaad*-I3.tl 
Norway— 8I.M. 
Poland— lt.M. 

PortiiKBl . 4 2«S. 
Rumania 7j 
Swcdfn M.ie 
Switzrrland— 33.Tt. 
Arscntina— 31.31 
Brasll— Prtc. ».M. 
Mexico City— 30.M. 
Japan 27 37 
Honnkoim '.'9 14 ;"~ 
ShRiiirhiii >n 



MKHl.lx. 1 x< M ^^(.^: 
NEW YORK Mh CC 

Quotallona in dollar.' 4 8V 1-8. .tlxty- 

day bliU. 4 68 7- It. 

fRalM>^ln s,pot rabies unles* vlher- 

wis* indicated > 



lORONIO STOCKH 
MAINIMM 



■by - Anfflo^Oanadlan. Brown. Oal^ 

mont. Davics and Highwood. Royal 
ite traded at a gain of 1 1-3. 



JUNE mmi~^ 
mm mm 



TOBONTO. JMlJftb 10 CP).— The 
curreni ateelt nmriuA RdribM made 

sub.stantia4 progre.ss on FYiday on 

Toronto Exchange, with Western 

oUb aarowtnt leadefthlp. Afrregate 
tumov^ w^ M7.000 shaivs. 

Juqlqr oUa posted an Index gain 
of •3.W, ^rldeat advance of the year 

Home Oil tuni*'d over 40.000 .shares 
and touched $2M. It dosed at 
tZJO for » net tain «f M. '~ 

,. PoothilU and Calvary & Bdraon- 
ton advanced 20 and 18 cents, re- 
si>e( lively and OkaJla closed 13 up 



Oils SeatJ-ligher on 




Exchange 



A. E. AMES & jQO. 



roi 

MONTRSAJ. 

to I -lit 



*MCV\ 
VANOOUTCB 
TORONTO 
fICTORia 




at Oalna oX 3 to 9 w«e held vuy Wmonton galaed 20 at 3.60 



of 1 5-8 Tlie day'.s top price «iras 
12 1-2. highest In seven months. 
l<ickel and jtoeTten added 1-2 

M iQh at 



MONTRICM M;<r(h 10 <CPi — 
Biituh and foreign exchange closed 
ea.sler today. Nominal rates for 
large amounts 

Argentina, pc.^, .2J2U; Australia, 
poui^ 

dollar.v. 



8.7M1T China. Hongkong | nwdWRtely Mtlve 

2917: PYanre. franc 



026568; 



and Bmelten i 

and Walte-Amulet clo.sed 
$7.95. Venture.s added 5 

Mclntyre Gold posted a new top 
j price of 59, up 1-3 and HolUnger 
I was strorficr.at U. 
1 The clow wa.s up a few for Little 
WINNIPBO. March 10 <CP) -- ' ^'^"^ 0'3rien Sylvanite and 

Uchi and narrowly lower f or Amite. 
l..amaque. Mining Corporation and 
Pamoup. jBerthem J&npire_ moved 
up to a new high at $8.70, 



VANOOCVXR. March 10 CP).— 
Aetlve buying oil aharea on4yan- 
couver Stock HJxcRange 15317 
pushed prices In those issues sharply 
higher. Mlnlnf liiuei were quiet 
and slightly loitt-Aft-teRnsactlona 
totaled 349,191 shares. 

Royallte oil adyanced IIJS to 
141 J5 while Anglo^<Jinadian was 

up 9 at 1.29 in uctive trading. Cal- 



•^••••••»*ao 



RDd-Home ^lraped~)4 cents to a JO. 

Southwest Prtroleum.s at 55 and 
Vulcan at 65 each addsd- 5 cents 



BrazilUjuliRctkm held a net^aln C*ta»ont wrs up 4 lit M. Mar 



Nu'ola 

Noble KUe . 
Paeiiic Nickel 
Trivateer 

Pend OrriUe 

Pilot Oold 

Pioneer 

P«rt«r Idaho ...... 7^.. 

PrMilor 

Pteteior Rordar 

Quatalno Copper 

OuMntlla aiiarti > ...^ . . 
Rmtm llaedonald . . . . 

Relltf Arilniton 

Reno 

Re«ard 

Rufus Artenta ' 

Salmon OMd 
Sheep Crccli 
Sllbak Premier 

.Sihercrest ...V. 

Tjiylor Budge 

Vldett* 

Waverley 

WelUjiatao ^^,7^^. . . , 

We.iko '..r.... 

Whitewater 

Ymtr Yankee Olrl ... 

Olli 

Jtnsio-Oanadlan 
Aaaoeiatcd 



BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, LTD. 
^ STOCKS AND BONDS 




Steadiness on* outside markeu> and 
an laaffQTOrt e«pnrt hmhwMjn Cr» 

nadian wheat estimated at around 
150,000 bushels, gave -Winnipeg 
wheat futures prices a firm tone In 



florfn' iJHTHaly, lire. .0627. Japan, 
yen 2743; New 2>aland. pound. 
3.7840. Not way kxioe,, .XM4; BouUl 
Africa, pound. 4.6786. ' 



1 210.370 shares, against 1J57.8 65 the! ^^'""^^"y' reich.sinarlc, 4023. Great, 
4ay 9mm. ^ = iB^rTlaln^ pound. 4.7005] — HoIIaiid. 

Biiyirij!: acfiMfv uxi:<\ luoMd.d 
th* largehl volume <m Hie bond; 
market Mnce I>cj;;mber at andj 
boosted rooet oi-the major groups to [ 
-new high aver a ge \nk r s for the year I 
or Inngcr. 

US. Oovernmenut ran up from 
3-» fo l-a.~ TrwL.ury 2 1-a's of IMS 
soared a full point 

Brazil 6 1-2's oi 1947-1957 ajid :V* 
01 1941 each fin-slied more than 5 
up at 21 3-8 and 26 1-2. respecUvely 
Bao Paulo Stete Ts of 1940 up 
S to II 1-2. 



trading "foday 

Ex[X)rt clearance^, were made from 
bo th seaboardt, with the United 
Kkigdom mentioned as beet buyer 



SECTION 

'Uland Investment Co . Ltd 
• Bid 

.06 

.17 
.46 

-11 



DOW .lONKS AVKR\(,| s 
Dow Jones Avrrajfet rlr>«rd 
N roilows: 
Thirty industrials. loZ.zn. up 
Twenty rail*. 3IJ7. up 004. 
Fifteen ulililirs. i^.^i. up 0.24 
'"orty. bonds, 92.22. op 0.««. 
1!WrI mIm. UIMM. 



BUYIli FKESSyKE 
PUTS PRlCES^yP 



Acme 

I Aldrrmae 

j Bsiikfipld . . . . . 
j Buse MrlaU 

At the finish, quotations were 1-8 ) J,*''m*„ou7, 
cent higher. May at M 7-8. July " 
61 5-8 and October 62 3-8. . BLita'i;" Ankentr 

( Liverpool elo.-^ed 1-8 to l-4d up. I 'c. rLJ" ffl^artr 
! Chicago ended urKhanaed ta_LlU-^>^adian Maianir . 

I higher. ■ C'nlral Patricia 



••a«a««i 



Opei;atioius in coar.se 



today 



0.95. 



<n. A. number Ltd > 
<Aii Prtetion. m Eikihiis. 

Hlah Low 



At;ier 

Anif r 

Aiiir, 

Aiiier 

A:n«r. 

Air»r. 

Anier 

Amtr 

Aluri 

Ai)i' I 
Arrrr 
All 



1 



All Re^uft^on ...^ 
All ed ChMltcalt ... 
Aiii» ChKlmert ..... 

Allied. Stores 

....... 

OUnr^e .... 

f or Powtr . 
L. A Z 
Lormnoiive 

R«ii4tor I... 
SmeRer .1.., 
''I 4- Tel. . 

T"iiOr(0 

^v-t<rworkf . 
I'liriu Obpptt .. 
<A'(i,iMMi Railway .. 
Ailuiiti, lieflnlne 
" •'- O Rallwa, 
Hdldnin Loromoiivr 
H'ndl* Aviation . . 

Bku Steel 

Ho'inr " — •■ 

Bofrt^n 

Borg Warnrr 

Brig K.n 

Canada Ury 

<■ p H 

- c .leiiHiiHr Tfac. .', 
• » "e I J I I _ J 

ferro de Pasco 
*' it O. Railway ^. 

t'lirysler 1 

Columbia Oaa 
Commercial Credit' 
Comm^rtlal Solven 
ComnwiiwealKi ft 
Cnntole im 

Coiit Can ... 
fun... (Ill .... 
Cont Cil 
rtowi Zelltr . 
rrucibli steel 
. Cum ,iwrmii ... 

«'li' 'K, UTIsliI •■X" 
Urrre * Co 
OoubIm Alrrran . 
IJupont 

F'<i«'in«n KcKlak 
H Atjio 1,11,- 
Flei Power ft Lltf 
f c rbanlis Morse 
Kr»eport Truaa . 
rjfniTsi Food. . 
li^nersl Elrcuio .. 
t.riirrsi Mn-nri .. 
(inodvpiir 
ftriiibv flipper 
fircni Northern '.. 
O-eal Wrn Sutar . 
MnUKtoii on 
Move .Sound ' '* 
fi'. dsnn Mniora 
— itiip m oli lto Mofea 
III rlratlon foppir 
Ii't Ifi. r'»v'»>r 
•"' NirkrI ,y,', 
I '"I Rn\on . ] " 

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37 
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4S-7 
187 4 
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39 8 
32 I 

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MONTREAL, March 10 (CP).-^ 
TrlRlv^s coitilnued to exert buying 

I)rp.ssmp on the .Hock market todav 
and .-^purred l&bues up from frac- 
tloiu to more than a point. 

r-'ollowiiii; announcement a new 
trade SKieeipent had been reached 
between United States and Brazil,, 
buyers boosted Brazilian 1 5-8 to 
13 1-4. Oatineau Power grmed 1-2 

National Steel Car advanced 1 1-2 

to 60 1 J I awrenre Paper 

pushed up a poiii to :)9 and Pi'icc 
BmthMR to 1 "i 

Llehl profU-lakli^i< forced Na- 
tional Uri'wenc.s back ,1-4 to 42. Dili 
A&.socialed Brewerle.s advanced nar- 
rowly. Nickel and Consolidated 
Smelter* (falne<1 1-2 each 



Chemical Research 

gralni'^''"'?"""'"" 

. . ^ . . ■ Cos.,- Copper 

brought out minor export support , rcn mm 
in oats and~barley and a few mill 
pui ( tia.se > of oats. Cash wheat re- 
mame^ quiet. 



Whral 
May . 
.lulh .... 
Or' 

Oats- 

M»y 

.Inly .... 
Oi ■ 

Km 
.M.iy 
Jul- 
Oct 

aari*y- 

May .... 
July 



WINNinO otu^w 

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P C Open High t.ow 



40 t 
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38 

27-1. 

41 
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Ni li Krli inator 

> il Bmult ..y,', 

^' I' Dairy 

^all ni.«tiii<!rnes 

"*"rl Power * l,||r 

Vx Vovli Cr 11 trill 
North Amer pn ... 

_:^Sttt_jm£L-^iuLiifliL 

rvorihern Paclfi.- 

0*110 on • 
■ 0«ffl4 ffl 0> I, 
_r Clfic 0»^ A rie- . 
Terierd 

ri>r.*mrnnt Pictures ... 

P'nn. ■ Rr-IIway . .... 

Pr Oa ;., 

r IIU" PrV 

P"Hm»iT 

R. <iln 

r i-r on 

R. Hi-tt*.,.»_.. 

I. •■liol ; I 

rri' . i Stores 

P lirnle* 

Sf- r:. Roebuck 

S cIl Unloi^ 

Ra^Bi!! Vacuum 

H6Uihern Paeirie 

Atnndard Branda 
' 81 indard n«« 
.St ndard OIU 0»l. 
. idanl Oil. nj. 

S c .-. «rt W?\rner 

a: ■i.l'l' ■ ■ 



8 4 
3S-I 
IS 3 
97-7 

IF J 
30 4 
36 3 



I 

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fit 

J* 4 

4 I 

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,31 .1 

38 
'I 7 
38 « 
8 I 

10 1 

I ■ 7 
.!! 7 
18 7 
ST. 4 

11 i 
76 7 
14 1 

II 4 
18-8 

Tt 

V 

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111 
n 4 



."0 ^ 31-2 

lO.' 10.> 4 

■»3 .". .,3 f, 

■ 18 

' - 1 8 4 

' 28 I 

Ir 7 18 ? 

. . 27 7 

■ • I 9 2 

■ Kf- ! 3 

" :o , _ 

-Oi-i- 1; a I Bmt mm 



.JLJ 
34 1 



11 



l3 



40 4 

.« ' 
8 
10 

si 3 
37 
17 4 
7S 
14 

;i i 

18-J 

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43-4: 



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\: 8 

a 1. _ 

67 

34 1 

4 1 

II 1 

73 4 
38 
41 

.V 1 

8 t 

10 1 
-7 

/I d 

.!« 7 

37 4 



Rathurit Psecr 

Building Products 
Canadian Northern Power 
Canadian 8lfBnI.shlp^ 
Canadian Steamships. PId. 
Can. Car At Foundry - 
Can.' Car ft PViundry. P(d 
Canadian Celarfese. Pfd. . 
Canadian Converters ...... 

Canadlai) Alcohol ... 

f.xkshutt Plow 

Consolidated Smelteri .... 

Cro»n Cork 

Doniiii:on Rrular 

Doiillllnil, CmhI I'fll 

Donm.ioi: lar 

Uiiiniiiion I.i:. Fid 

IJapilnion Trxtlles 

Clatlneati Power, Pfd 

Haniiltun Brldan 

Hamilton Bridge. PId 

lloltinger . . . 

H»ward BmlUi 

Howard ■ ^wttht 'Pfd. 

Hudson Bay M St fi 

Internal lonal N k kri ... 
\ International Petroleum .. 

Lake of the Wooda 

I M.»!i.4ey -Harris 

Miinlri-iil Cot tons. Pfd ... 

Miii.fTf. I' iwer , 

NatiiMirfi HrewcrlM 

I Niilional St««l. Car , 

' Nnranda , . . , 

I OslUlef. . . , ', 

I oiiHwn Power 

I I'l'iuiiaTH 

r'(i»»r Coriiii . , 

Pru r Hi <»t liprs .... 
Prlrr Br.iili.rv Ptd . . 
RuUii nrl P.i ppr . , 

Si Lawrriice t'orpn 
St Ijiwrenre Paper. 
Sl)erwln-Wllllam.<i . . 

Sf-el of Canada 

Sl.-Pl of Canada. Pfd. . 
Ontte* meet - ' 

Car*. 

Abiiiti 

Asbestoi 

Bathurst B" 

BriHiT ,V Diytllleri 

Csnaduii Siuar ...... 

fanHdun Malllna 
CaiiHdiitii Vitiet:ar> 
Caiiadlsn Hrrwerir* 
Canadian Breweries. Pfd. 
'Canadian VIrkers 

C lill lli.'I r I hi Alcohol .. 
C'll) Air*"f»l» — !■ I 'n . »>, , . 
iJominioB 8tor«8 '.y.:."?.'. 

l>'>nn«ronna A" 

Fiilr(:tiild. 

rifi'l Aircrali . . ', 

rraser CompimT' — * 
International Paint 
Iniernattonal Paint. 
Mnssey Harru. Pfd 
M Coii.F«iitenac, Ptd. 
Pa«e- Heraey ... ^. . . . 

RnyalHr oil 

Hlrnni WiiiUrr. . 
lliram Walker. Pfd 

— Ranli« 

Bank oi Commerce 
Bank ot.Moalttai_„^ 
M a Mwial i 



atOTATIUNH 
ft Sons' 
Bid 



Pill 
I'ld 



Pfd 



S 

1«' 

17' 
2 ' 
10 
l.> 
33 
103 



-■<r>> 

28 
■14' 
IH 
8 
77 
68 
91 

1 ' t 
13 . 
14' 
13 'i 

-ts 

13" ( 
S4 
36' 
17] 
« 

sr 

41', 
•0>4 

38>. 
14 

41' 

\2 

4H 

11 
18 

73V, 



180 

103 

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lu 

28' 
1.1 
1.1 
lAU 
33 
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9. 

2'*. 
U *. 
48' 

m 

lef^' 
41 

47' 
30 'w 

17."i 



Abked 
a'l 

17 

18 
2j 
12". 
18 

33 '« 

io.-> 

9 

3\ 
7-. 

36', 

V> 

18 ; 

' 6-^ 
79 

91 'j 
6 

19 
li 

- -9* - 

33': 

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37 ', 
17 '» 

6 . 
100 
13 

43' . 
60' 
81 . 
29 

15 
42 ' 
13' . 
17 
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9\ 
11 . 
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14% 

7m 
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_ Caali Grain 

Wheat— I Hard. ! NrtHhirii 

3 Northern. SI '. No 4. 47 No 
No e, 1!)'. Fpnri :I7-. Triu k ,!f, 
Dunin. Nc, I 46 , No 2. 44 . N 
Nil 4 40". Trmk. 46'. (ijiii 
.1 - N.I 2 48 \ No 3 iJ',, 

oats 3 C W . 28 3 C.W 
M'»: I Peed. 34%; ] ftml 
21\. 

Barley -3 R.O.W.. 39^.' 6 
3 C W.. SSS 4 C.W.. 34 .; 
6 C W . sas. Track. n.\, 

Flax-1 M.W.C.. 154 '.: 3 C.W.. liO , 
3. C.W. IS«\. 4 CW,. 113 ,; Track. IM»4 
Rye 1 C.W., 39 3 CW. U\ : t C.W. 



R.O.W 
5 C.W , 



Clo.sc 
80". 
41 ■; 

u-. 

28 . 

b2a'. 

b28 
41'* 

b4l '. 

b43\ 

37 
35 ■> 

1. 41«,: 

Aiiihrr 
1 4J » 

S" I 

1 fred 

Track. 



18' 



R«'rrted H«. J. »i\ . Track; 



Whriit 
Mbv 
July 
Sepi 

Ctitti- - 
May 
^uiy 
Sepr. 

Oat«- 
May 
July 

Sapi . 

Rye- 
May .... 
July .... 
Sept. .. 



CHICAGO OR.tIN 

<H. A. Humb«r. Ltd 
P C Open High 
8T, 
66 



68 

OSH 

•8'. 



66 



1 o« 
67 , 



48'.. 
.'jll 

lO',, 

2t\ 
3T. 



48 S, 

10', 
!»'. 

31 / 



48 



•IN 

41 \ 
49'.' 

SO' 



Clue 
68 I 



DniiK 

Eldonidn 

Palcdnbridge 

Ood's Lrfike 

Ounnar ,. 

Hard Rock 

Hoillnger 

Howey 

Home oil ; 

Hudson Bay M. R a. 
Intl. Nickel 

Lakrjliore 

I Kirkland l4iktf 

Leilch Oold 

I Little Lons Lae .... 
Maca^a 

I Mrliityrr 

; MrKi-ii/ir Rrd Lake 

McLeod Coclcshutt . 

McWatters 

Mining Corpn 

Moneta 

Morris Ktrkiand ... 

Niplsslng .. 

Noranda" 

O'Brien 

Pamour 

PoweU 4»ouyn 

Pend Oreille 

I P.i vniHsler 

I Pickle Crow ■ 

' I'loiicpr ■ ^ 

PTrnn Oold 

' Premier 

I Reno 

. Royallte Oil 

Ban Antonio 

I Sh^rrltl-Oordon ... 

( 8i»roe 

I SladPii Malartie .i., 
I Stadarona 

Sudbury Basin 

Sullivan . . 

Sylvanite 

Teck-Hughes ; 

Toburn 

UchI Uka 

Vniturci 

WaiU Amalat 

WntM-HartrMvca . 



26 

. " .30 
13.1 
33 
Ti 
II 2 'i 
. 13.00 

2 80 

3 38 
87 

. 3 63 
.45 
.21 
3.3.t 
I. ,70 
33.50 
1.87 
5 70 
33 
. .56 
1.45 
14 75 
30 
2.90 

ss.oo 

54.35 

50 
1.64 

.78 
3.25 
5 40 
58 7 1 
1 23 
3 42 

52 
1 67 
r I 17. 

12 
1 70 
•SI OO 
3 90 
3.»5 

< a 06 

1 80 

:.i 
ii!) 

. a.sa 

. 1.S5 ' 

2 27 

22 

. 41. 3.5 
, I.CS 
. . 1.34 
, 1.18 
61 
82 

3 80 
88 

3 35 
. 4 45 

r93 
. 1 48 
, 585 

T.M 

t.TO 



A.'krd 
07 

.a« 

47 

13 
27 
.31 
U38 
.34 
16 
II 50 
12.50 
2 82 

2 34 
90 

3.68 
.50 
.23 
2.45 
1.73 . 
33.00 
1.96- 
.5 90 
33 
.57 
1 47 
15 00 
.11 
7 91 
33 » 
54 75 
4,5 75 
1 «.'i 
.79 

3 35 
5 45 

59 35 

1 34 

2 45 
55 

1.75 
I 30 
13 
1 80 
81 "5 

3 95 
4.00 
3.10 

1 83 
)2 

5 60 
3.67 
188 

2 30 
21 

43.00 
I.S7 
I 35 
1 Id 

62 

K3 
2.7-, 

95 
3.40 
4.,50 
1 95 
I .50 
5,75 
1.00 
■.M 



Jon trading with cornover of 
46,000 shares and closed fraction- 
ally higher at 5 1-2. 

Other active oUa that cloned' 
higher included National Petroleum, 

up 1 3-4 at 16 1-2. McDougal Sc«ur ! Apiliamatad 

„ Anaconda 

Exploration, up 11-4 at 16, Brown . a.p. 

up a at J9 and R^rnl CRnadlan a 

ceni at 20 1-2. Ofcfclt a advanced 15 

cents to 137. 

Hedley-Mascet Ookl lost 2 cents 
at LS8 jmd Island Mountain eaued 
a cent at 1.34. . Premier Armed 2 at 
2.28, while Pioneer at 2.55 and Slieep 
Creek at 1.13 each added a cent. 

In the base metals, Pend Oreille 
lofet 4 at 1.83. and nthirr iMmw 'Rrrr 
fractionally lower. " ^ 



• Roormsn tnvekiii,''nt cu . Ltd 
-Jliaas 



Bid 

; Big Mis.sourt . . . rrr. . . r.". . . 31 

j Bralorn* It. So 

! Bridge River Cons. ....... - .M'- 

Carlboo Oold 2.2| 

Deruoiiia 03'j 

Paiivirw Aiiialgarnated . . .05 

Federal Oold 01 

George - Copper 

Oolconda ■.04', 

Oold Bell 58 

' f randvlew .06' 

Orull Wihksne 

Hadley Maacot 1.37 

Hedley 8MrUac OO'i. 

Home Qold 

Indian . . . .i or. 

Island' Mountain I :ii 

Kootcnay Ralle 1.44) 

Lucky Jim .03% 

Mak Slccar ;0|<, 

McOUIIvary Creek 21 

Mlnlo .03't 



A.sked 

33 
11.60 

OS"'* 
2 10 

04 

.06 

01 

.35 

05 

.59 

07'. 

03'; 
1 39 

.00% 

03 
1 35 
1.43 
..03S 



.03 



Cong 

! RalUo 

Britiah Domtalon 

Br6wn 

C. ft 1. Corpn. . 

p«lmont . 

Common 
Coiaaiooa(*alth 

Da vies Pete! 

Easlrrrst . _ 

(■'rceiiold 

Fiir.sloiie Pete 

PoothilU . .". 

Foundation , 

Harcal 

Hmhwood Sarree ...... 

Home ^11 

Madison 

Mar tba 

Meiiaod - - 

Merciirv 

MrDougall Segur 

Midwatt Pct« 

McLaod^x,". , 

Mill City 
Model 

Monarch 

I Nordon 

Okalta 

I Okalta. Pfd. ... 

I Paoalta 

; Prairie Royalties 
: Royal Canadian 
I Royallte 

Spooner 

.Siinsei 

8oiitli«psi Pete, 
1 : 1 1 1 1 cfl OfJ . . . 

Vanalta 

VwUan 

Wcat Tumanr ., 

iBdnstriaU 

Rrewera ft DlatlUers 

Capital Batatta 

Coast Brewcrica 



31'. 
.02 '« 
OOH 

i.ia 
t.ss 

.61 •> . 

.04 
.04% 

.00 'j 

.orT 

H3.04"« 
.07.'/ 

1.38 

.00 . 

.13 

Sf 

.02'. 

— TtO 



04 'i 



a.»t 

49, 
42 

.27' 



.45 

li', 
04 'i 
.09 

too 
11 

-.11'=. 

a.M 

MH 

.05'*- 



114 

1.75 

.ea. 

' 05 

00 

01'. 
04 «, 

CD 

1 29 
..10 
01 

.13 'j 
.25 

OS 

II 
JO- 

a.«5 

50 
.45 
30 
-.fli 



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■a«a»«a«a 



.09 

16 

.03 
.15 

- n 

.01 
OS 

1.36 
.34 

OS'n 
.20 

20'. 
40 50 
.09 
.IS 
.50 
.12 

.oa 

.M 
.Of 

4.75 
1.75 
■ 1.20 



.13 

.09' 
1.10 



25 
2 93 

.05' 
.06 



.10 
.17 



.40 , 

.10 

i.n 

09 

22 
20 'j 
41 50 

37 
60 
13'i 
10 

06 'i 



»35 
1 33 



W HATS DOING ON 
THE LOCAL RETAIL 
PHODVCE MARKET 



Soeka Shrimpa. pw la 

Paaltnr 

Chicken, per lb 

Heavy rowi. oei tb 

Llahl Fowl, par Itt 
Turkey. No. i 



•••••••• 



I 



41 

"50- 



IMJI HTRIAL SEC TION 

'Mand Investment Co . Lid • 



B.A 



na? ... I 



BC 

B.C. 



38 



2»S 



28 
b?7' 
h28' 



Brll 



44' 

45'. 
.4JL'.. 



44'* 44' 

_-4tH.--4«' 



4« 

a4S- 
4«' 



Oil 

Power A 
Power B' 
Telephone 
I Brewing Corpn. 
Canada Cement 
Canadian Oar ft 
nada Malting 



Canadi 

IT n 



Poundry 



I An advanoe Is -expected in the 

j near future on such bommoditles as 
! cauliflower, leftuc,. aiul ix)tatoe.s. n 
wa.s reported yesterday by whole- 
.saRfrt on the local row. 
, On'ing to Ihr .shoi taKi of Delicious 
and .Mcintosh apples, an increase In 
tlie.se varieties has been reported. 

A shipment of dtnu fruit. In- 
cluding a car of oranges, a car of 
"lemon.s and a car of Krapefruil came i 
in from California yesterday. A car < 
I of Okanagan ,^ apples also arrived 
1 here yesterday. | 
I A consignment of potatoes troin 
A.sluroft and Kamloops came in 
ye:itcrday along with a shipment of 
cauliflower, -celery and splnaefi from 
California 

A banana slipiment is gjujected 
from central Amertet M^^ueaday. 

Boiifl Quotations 

< Burns ft Wamsmai. 



Prime Rib Roaat 

Ixiln Roast 

Pot Roa.n 

T-Bodc Steak 

Round Steak , 

Rump Roast .', .. 

Bnlllns BffI 

ll.i'i.lj.rBfr .Slrak . . . . . 
Stew Beef (boneless) .. 

Laaik 

Sbouldcr . 



.la. 



, .17 to 

. ae to 

35 to 
12 and 
. .35 to 

. aa to 

.35 to 
.la and 

. .15 to 
. .16 to 



n 

M 
JS 

4: 

2i 

40 

18 
45 
SO 
30 
14 
30 
20 




iRuraa 



Sioi ku and HomU 

lA a AMBt A CO vtcnuRiA) 



k p 



Bell Telephone 
BrazUtnn T L 

BA o.l 

nc P,,. rr A' r.~~ 

( .:,iii.. .'Viititine ..; 

C'aiittriian Parldr 

Con Minlnii A- SmeUln-j 

Dominion Bridge . . 

F'.inny Farmer 

Forek A^^ ^^^^^ 

.Goodyear Tire. Com 
Goodyear Tire. PId 
Gii'imaii Piiwer. PId 



Bid 

174 . 
Ill 
33'^ 
37 \ 
35 
» 
'V9 

""»a% 

33', 



1 1 iililsl I lul Aholiiil 
I ' .1 1 InduHnal Alroliol 

CokshHlt Plow 

1 rr.ii.olldated Smelter* ., 

I (■riane.«f of Canada 

I HiMiiiiT' .Seagrams .... 
I IJoininion Bridge 
I Dominion Tar ft Chemical 
' Oatineau Power. Com 
I GHtinenii Power. Pfd. 
A ••kei; ' -sie'lwarfi .. 

, - , I Uyp.«iim 

, , , I Hamilton Bridge 

Hiram Walker. Com. 
Imperial Oil ., 
InternatioMHl Peta. — ^ 



23'. 
37' . 
35 \ 



104 
3 

j'- 
2lf. 
16 
14 
18 
33 S 



T 

5 1 
5""', 
<) ' , 
I f". 
- 1 
12 
4'l 
S.. 
104 
41 V 
48' 
■ 20', 

178 
147 



Hiriim Wnlkcr Q.^ft Ml 

Hui.ni Wali<<.r O ft W.. Ptd. 

Imu><-i inf < 111 

' Impel .,i| l ohui I'o 
i liiiernalioiial Nickel 
I'lniernalional Petroleum ... 

I Loblaw Oror ;'A .' 

MrColI,Frontenar. Ptd 

Mnntrrai Pnuer. Com 

O'. ll' .r Flour ..... 

I Hnvaliie f)U 

I .Shawlniui.,1 W .VP 
■» ' Steel of r I; uin . . . 

ill ! »t£l2£!!t- „ 

TJomr 

Ilfiliiii. ('I .l-'iiiik 



I 1 



i.i.i.r^Lor.' 

M. Il il.'.ie P or ciip liir 
Nnranda 

rirklr ' r. .,, . _ „ 
Pr''ir,i( 1 

WriBlil -ILtrtireH ' e* 
Bi^nk of Montreal . 
Royal Bank 



77'. 

^B 

91 ', 

-4Ja» 

T 

16'. 

■•.4 '. 



24' 
91 
31 
28 

19' 

72 

78 

It ' 

32 

14 

4S 

li 
81 ' 

5 55 
2 20 
R 7 '. 
208 
18<> 



;i . 

J4 
34 

— 

7I>' 
■ .-.8 ' . 

, »r 
t« 

20'. 
17 '■ 
16', 
54 ' . 
27 
25'. 

n 

29- 
40 
33 . 

77. 

11 . 

12 . 

I , 

48'/ 

to 

■ n 

■•> fi(V ' 
2 1(1 
H HO 
2 1 2 



Imperial Tobacco 
International Nickel 
I^ke of the Woods 
I 11 J rn Secord . . 
.\I III . eaL JiUKat ... 
.■vt, C'liiFrontenar 
National- Steel Car . 
N.itioiieI Bt 'W.'rles 
'HilM^ ! ;.„(r MUli 

riikc H'r'.'y 

fnVfy foriin . , , . 
.miin" ;i,ie..;, .... 
-Sliei » ill- Will. am.s 
Steel of Canada . . , 
Steel of Canada. Pfd 
We>ron 



A Iberia 4 , . 1954 
A berta 5', . 1955 

Bfitish Columbia 4-; 
Bi-ltlsh Columbia 4'< 
Hritlsli Columbia 5s, 
V anltoba 4'*''': . I9S0 
Manitoba 5'-', , 195S 
New Brun<<wlck 4'^' 
N»va Scotia 3". . 1956 ... 

Onurio t'i, 1951 .. 

Queboe 3'. . 1951 

Saskatchewan 4'-. ■ - . 1961 
.Sa.sk sir he wan 5 • . . ItSa 
Saskatchewan 6"'. 1068 ; 



1967. . 
. 1953 
I9S4. . 



1»6I 



Lid.i 
Bid 
.55.50 
62 50 
94 jd 
98.50 

wa.6o 

•3.50 

90 no 

in, 50 

95.35 
•9.00 
•5.76 
77.60 
7aM 
74.60 



Asked 
57 50 
64 50 
»« 50 

100 50 

105.00 
•6.50 
91 00 

107 5n 
97 no 

lot 25 
97.50 
•0.50 
74.00 
7<.60 



Retail Markeu 



. . . . . • 



Ranka 

raiiadimi Hjnk of Commerce 

I Doiiiiir.Kji, B.iiik 

' Imiirrlal Bn iik ........ 

Bank of .Moniroal 
iBank of Novs .Srotia .... 

Royal 8»Tlk or Csnhda 

Bank of Toronto . . . 



lb 



do*. 



Frailt 
lU. dozen. 



a 4, 4 and a for 
. a • sad 4 for 



176 



1*0 



UNLISTED STOCKS 

) ' . y -- 

' Aiithorited by VsiKouvnJstfek-CxchaiiKe 



Uananas 
Orapelruiv- 

Texas 

California 

-L.enionft' 

California, 
ur.i (wrs ■ 

Navels. 1 do<« for 
tftples - • ■ 

Oksnagan Dellcloua 

Yriiow Newtovna . 

McI^to^h Rids .... 

spiti 

Rome Beautle* , . . 
CaUvos. fniall. each ... ■ . 
Eniper<,r Grapes, per lb, ... 
Almrrla Grapes, per ^b. 
California Sawdust Bmperor 

Orapek. per lb. . . 

Pineapple'., each 

Oicaoagan Pears, per doe. 
Loral Rhubarb. 6 Iba. fbt 
Ca^forma . Rh 



•5 to .40 



as 



15 to 40 



.10. 



for 
for 
for 
for 

> Iba. tof 
. .. .10 to 



lb.. 
Ib.s 
lbs 
lbs 



.35 4o 
40 10 



bCCj MAKKb I 



Orade "A' 

Orade A 



7X ., 
It 1 
11 4 
16-4 

7t* 
* 

ri 3 

,1. 4 
1 ' - 



Metal Murkrt» 

Lunixjn; March 10 /ft - -Closing 
Copper .standard .spot £43 12^ 6d. 
future ,£43 17* 6d, both up l.s 3d: 
pkK^PQlyUc ,s]pol. "Wd 148 lOb a.Jied j^r,^ 
£49 .Vs. both inuhanucd Tin pot ' 
£216 15a. up 5.s: future £216, up KXs 
Bids: Lead spot £14 IIH^. up 
3s 9d: future -tlS 3s 9d up .Vi ' Zinc 
.>pol i\i 16s 3d. Julute 

both nHSBiisiiiar. 



Tlies.' prlre.'; .ire . ohinined daily 
rroni (he office of the Dom'inlon 
(i<i'.<M nment Poultry Product.t In- 
s(ircUpn stcLvire Victoria, £8622. 



Ahro " ,.. ' .., :: 

A/iec 

Bayoiuie 

Beaver Silver . 

C.niJt.v 

ciiriboo Hudson 
Coneress 
Dimwell . .- 
O'orgia River 
Grantr , 
Ciold Mountain . 
MnvUalt 



large 

iiiednim.^.-.. . .~I~7r^ 

pullet 

• Following are city whojjfSRlc: 
! Or'adr "A " large .....'...1.. 

I Grade "A" medium.. ...1...... 

Grade "A" pullet--. 



72 
21 
20 



montrsau 

Spot; Copper, electm 
491S: lead 4.35; 
niony liM 

M..r''vil ' 



16 <C^.- 

ir 11 6,t: tin 
4 3.>: anti- 
silver. 100 pounds fob 
" ;on lots. 



Cfiir|>urul!oii Huuds 

'Burns ft Wainarithl. 



TTeWTey Amalgamated . 
llrdlev Chief 
IiidrprndagM* „^-. .r., 

r.iiijK-uay .Florence . 

Lakci irw. 

' P t Gold 

' aa- 'r^inllh . . 

36 , Tavior Windfall 

aa ' l-'iK-a 

I Vikina .......... 

.34 ZebaTlos OP ........ 

Advance* 

GranvilK i.... 

Oe eoae O f ce l l 



Zine 



— - HEAVY HAULING^- 

Wl SnCUiLIII IN- NAMIIIN* MMTS. MACNINttY. Uf IV ITC 

HEANEY'S 



ESTti 
ISM 



<AU 
G 11*4 



AhiiifN . 1983 
B A i)il 4 1945 
Blown f I S , 1948 
C.tlii«i> Pi wrt 5 . 1960 
CAliarts Ctment 4'«'4. 1*51 
Cnnsrl4 .<4ieftm hip 6^. 1957 
C P R 1 . 1945 . 
C F R 3 , ' . 1951 
't'OofMnien Tar TWI 
FamoUa Players 4',%. USI If0.1t' 
Oatineau Po*fr f, . Ittf I Mas 
nrneral Rteelware* 4',- 1»5J 97 SO 
MMaev-Harrt* 5 . 1947 109 50 

M fi'; Frni,i*,iar 4'. 1949 99.75 

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103 50 
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101 .50 
10S,3S 
85 35 

87 71 

88 75 
141 50 



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MOMtMtAL. March 10 (CP).— Bar 
gold In London unchanged at 134 86 
an oun ce in Canadian- iunds; 148& 
Sd 1b-8finnr funds. The fixed $35 
WashlngtiMi ~ pilee R«MMUU«d to 
•Wj07. 



Vaeetablea 

i Peppers, green, per Jb. ~~ 

I Oreen Beans. I lb for 

I CaullOowtr. each .it to 

; California Cabbase. per lb 

California Asparaguv l lb for . "jo. 
Local Cabbevc. lb 
Local Celery racn 

California White Crler> 10. 

California. L'tab Celery, each ,. .10, 
California Parsley, per bunf h . . , ' 
HoU>ouia Cucumbers, eoob 

Parsnips., lb 

Washington oaiona par lb ......... 

tocai Onions, lb 

Califomta^Carrois. :o bunch, a (or 
nrrbips. ib 

Oreen Onions, per IMinib 
California Lenuee \ . . .6. a for 
' Tfxa* Spinach T.Yni m 

( H-u. per bunch ' 

4 S»eei Peiatoea i Ibf 

Florida New Potatoes 
Klorma Vrme. 4 lbs 

I ti«ni»:oe-, 

I Mexican Temaitoes. per ib. .....-^^ 

I Plonda Toatotoes. l 'lb. tor 

'I Pota.ioca- 

Armstront .... ........ 10 lbs lot 

Kamloopr 10 lbs for 

Orand Forks 10 lbs foi 

Local Oem.^ 13 lbs for 

Local BufbMks 13 lbs -for 

Aaherett 

Pin 

Smoked Red Baiasoo 

Soles. J lbs 

Red Salmon. Tb. *. . 

Local Cured Blacg Cod 
Large i .-i stern Kippers Ife 
l.ocai Kippcra. 3 Iba 

Frenh Cod 

Ladysmitb Ortters, bait pini 
Salt Coo 

Kigby Chia. ooa 

Haddles. Ib 

Uoi.ries.. Herrine 
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1941 6 % 10835 

1941 6 113 375 

1944 A'/iK 113 135 

1945 4 % 10800 
. •• 1946 i't'-v 113 75 

1949 S'-T 104 835 

• " ^4062 4 108 25 

1956 4'v'. 11200 

19.59 4'*'. 113.75 

l»95 3 '. 100 35 

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1949 3'.'. 103 635 

1951 3'.'. 103.155 

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1950 
1962 

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109 25 
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117 50 

119 35 

118 75 
130.75 
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101 5n 

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B-livia 711. mt ... 

Chile 6'r. 1061 

Colombia 6^. 1961 . 
French Tr. 1949 ... 
Qeunap. 4 V5_.__i»65 
Italy r-i. U51 ..... 
Japan •'.n't. 1964 
Peru 6' 
Sydney 
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103 50 
103 50 



London Stocks 



IX3NDON, March. 10 t4»). -closing: 
BrMiLJ12 1-2; CP.R;, |6 1-4; Int. 
Nickel, «7 5-8; VS. Steel. 109 1-4; _ 
Celane.se Corp. of Am., £4 7-8; Cent, j 
Min ing. X18 1'-4; Consol OoU LJlelda. { 
^6?.s 6d;' Orewn. flf; feast Oedhld 
£10 7-8; ItBC 24.^ 7 l-2d Melal 
Box, 78s 3d: Mex Eagle. 7s 9d; 
Mining Jtmst. as Sd; Randr £8 7-1: 
.Sprlng.s 29s 4 l-2d 

Bond*— British 2 1-2 - per cent 
OomU. 170 a-4: Brttkh 3 1-3 i)er 
cet^. War Loan. ' £98 3-4r Brittoh 
Funding 4'f. 1960-90, £109 3-8. 



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Bath Ironworks t 

Bellanra Aircraft 

UT»mntfT Aero 

Carrier f orpn 

Clllfx Semce T., 
Consolidated Copper . . 
Creole Petroleum ... 
-C«SiC_ Pltr^r, Lead- . . 
Electric Bond A Share 
Fsirrhild Corpn. 

On:r oi: 

Heria Minirta 

HulnblaXUl 

Inil Pete 

Jenaa Lauchlm . . . 
Lakeshare 4(lnrs 
Izirkheed- Aincreft ...... 

Mountnaln Cojpper , 

Rewmont Minina 

Niaeara-Hudson Porrer , 
Pantapee Oil 
Pittsburgh PHrtf Diass . 

Seversker Alreroft 

t Sherwin-WlOlMBa (O.R.) 
T'rhiiirnior , . 

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United Uas Cb ' 

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Radio Programmes 



Summary ol 



ttchedule ol Victoria and 



Continued frwm I'age 10 
MtTVAL-MN* LBB NETWORK— OORMaHP 

4iliLjtBi.— News Plathes, 

6 45 p m — Bill Carlaen'a Orcheatra. - 

7 00 p m. — Chlrro'.v Orclieiura 
7"15 p.m. — loluisfiii Nctro flioii 
7.30 p.m.— Glenn Miller j> Orclie»lra 
•:0a P.m.— HoUzwood Whisper. 

•:15 P.01.— Sammy Kaye's Orchestra. 

8 45 p ni — Cluick Fester's Orchestra 
B no p ni.— New spaper of the Air. 
9;l> p.m. — Glen Oray's Orchestra 

• :30 p.m.— Orrin Tucker s OrrheMra 
10.00 p.m — Jack McLean's Orchestra. 
10:10 pjn.— Joe ReielunBn'a Oreboatta. 
11:00 p.m — Santa Mrbara Mlaaioa. 
II ao p.m.— To bo Annoanoed. 
13 M B.an.-^4MreaaMMi at Rope Hiu XU 



&uiLday*s Ptogatmme 

OCT. Victoria. R.f. iltM Rrys.> 
TT OO j:* -Christ Church OathodraL 
13 30 p.m.— Feature Time"' — ■ 

1.00 p.m.— Sunday Hour. 

1:30 p.m.— God's Hour. Dr. WiUcei. 

5:15 p m — Afterneen Classics 

5.30 pill Christian Science DeVOUOOaU. 

5:46 p.m —Sunday Sereaade. 

6.S0 pjn.— Ooapoi Sunaiilne Haiu. 

7:00 p.m.— Melodic Interlude. 

7 15 p.m.— Cathedral Bells. 

7 30 p.m.— Chrlat Church Cathedral. 

8 45 p m-!— News ,Si,iii}i>iii > 

9 00 p m, - .SiiiiilH • Siiiijf 

9 3(1 !> ir Piano Mu.sinB' John Line 
10 Oil , -;lenl 



tjua. VsacaoTcr 



(M« Rsra.1 
the Air. 



9:0U a.m.— B.C. CKurcB o( 

9:30 a.m.— Request Hour 
10 30 a m.— «unds> Sons Service 
11.00 a m.— Metropolitan Tabernaelo. 
13:30 p.m.— Concert MInlaturO. 
13:45 p.m.— Ballad Music 

1 00 p m — Sunday Hour 

1:3C p m.— Shut-In Procrammo. 

1 45 p.m.— Nathanlrl Skilkret's OrchOttra. 
3:00 p.m. — Kltsilano Sand 

2 30 p.m.— U B C. Presents. 

3 l5 p.m.— Pouraquara Ooopoi UeRtfeSass. 

4 15 p.m.— Old Refrains. 

4 30 p m. — Svenska Pressen. 

b Oil p m.— Scandinavian Baptist Mlsaloa 
5:15 p.m.— British-Israel AssOClBUOn. 

5 45 p m —Ballads of the Da».' 
8 no p m.— Ct>iiceri Hall. 

6 30 p m — Walts Time. 

J:00 p m. — News . 
7:15 p m — Heroic Dogs. ' 
7:in p m — ChrUt ChureB OailnRiBl 

• .00 p.m.— Newa. 

• It p.at.— MleboltB Moetaraa 
•:4t pjB.->rdot'9 Obnwr. 

. . RBTWOBR 



•:oe *ja.~«r. Cbarios OaaiMs. 
•:ao am-^n Uko Ottr 

Cbeir. 

in 00 aja— atualcallr apeatint . 
10 30 a.m.— Ratute to the World's Fair. 
11.00 a.m. — And It Came to Pass. 
11.30 a.m.— Devotional Service. 
13:00 noon— New York PhiUiarmoaio 

2i00 p m.— Cbareb ol the Air. 

2 30 p.m.— a.R.C. Rebroodcaat. 

a:00 p.m — Stirer Theatre 

2:30 p.m.— The World Today. 

4 00 p.m —"Drums." drama. 

4 30 p m.— Melodic Strings. 

5 00 P.m.- u. B.C. Symphony Hour. 

6 00 p.m.— The Hart House Strlns Quar- 

tette. 

6 30 p Ml -1 he Lyric Trio mat Alaa Uelror 

7:0<i [: in -National FonUB. 
7:30 p m.— By the Sea. 

• :00 p m.— 1 he f!r%r 

• 15 p m — lsaa<' Mamoti and Gordon Mc- 

liaan. 

t ao p m.— Serenade for Strings. 
9:00 p.m.— Concert Band. CUvtB Wlator. 

30 p.m -c u William^ bamesM. 

5 p m. — Th» News 
10:00 r ri. 11, r liomanrt oi Sacred 

K.R.C.-R.P.O. Ra3>,NITWORK 



9 30 
1:45 



1:00 a.m.— Press ftewa 

1:16 a.m.— Chimney Hotise. 

1 30 s m — Taprsirv of Mii«lr 

100 a m — Seattle Pacific College (KOMOl 

9:30 a.m. — University of Chlcato Round 

I Table. 
up:00 a.m.— Irene Wicker's Plara 
1^:30 a m —Salute ol NaUona 
111 00 n ni — Dinner at Aunt Fanntt's. 

11 30 a m - Te i>eum Protramme. 

12 on noon— Biosrapl.les (KCMO. 
12 in pm —Name ll.r Place. 

12 45 p m — Bob Hei krr. 
100 p m — Vivian Delia Chlesa. 
1 1 1 p m — Hcndrirk Willeni \an Loon 
1 30 p m.— The tVorIrt Is Yours 

a. 00 p.m.— Uncle Ezra's Sunday Altemooa 

a:M BilMOrtan. 

a '09 p.m.— Old Songs of tho Church 

3 30 p m — Professor PutSlOWll. 

4 no p m — PlaylioiL-e 
4.30 p.m. —Bandwagon 

6:00 p.m.— Rerten and McCarthy. 

6:00 p m.— Maiibattsn MerryOo-Rouad. 

6 in p m — Album of FamiUat l^asla, 

7 00 p.m.— The Circle 

8 00 p m — waiter WlnCbOft. 
8 15 p m. — Irene Rich 

• 30 p.m. — Jack Benny. 
•:0« P.IS.— Ratb Rarker. 

• p.m.— <Me Han's faautr. 
10:00 pjn.— Newa naabea 
10:16 p.m.— Paul Caraob. 



r nA«.<«oo RLn n wo Ra . 

(KOO-KJR-KEZ-KZCA-KOAl 

6 00 a m.- Di KenyoD s Church el Um 

Atr iKJKt 

8 30 a.m.— Compass Mls.sion (KJKi. 

9 00 a m —Radio City Music HaU. 
lu uo a m — (ireal Plays, 

II OU a m Magic Key — . .■ 

12:00°nooo^Armeo RmmL - 

12:30 ■p.n^—.fohn Beagle (KJR). 
-13:45 pmr— Festival ot Mu^le 
1:00 p.m.— Natlonni Vr .prrs 
1:30 p m.— Rev lUiirj n Ness (KJR»- 
3:00 p.m.— Metropolit,iii Opera AudKMMk 

2 30 p.m.— Emmanuel Tabernacif 

3 no p m — Calliolit lloui 

3 30 p in.— New Friends of MuMc. 

4 uu p in -Lutheran Oospei -Hour tKJRi. 

4 30 p m.— TrUUlt Choir (kjri 

4:45 if.m.- Paul Carson, organist. 

6:00 p.m —Rev J M Amund.sen (KOMO>. 

5 30 p.m -i lrirlsiKl Oi.hrstra, 
6:00 p m — Hollywood Playhouse 
6:jn p ro.— Kodrrs Guide 

4:45 p.m.— National Conference ol Jcwa 

and mirlttlaas 
7:00 p.m.— Maurice Bpltalars Orchestra 

7 :io p 111 — Clicerlo 

H nil pill -.V,, i.o.,, II. f World (KJR). ' 

8 30 p.m.— Rum Morgan s Orchee4fk — 

- •:00"P:nh^ — - — 

9 15 p m — John Seagle «KJR>. 

9 ;fO p m — Heriie Ksy s Orcl.rstra^ 

lu.uu p.m.— Paul Martin s Urclicstta. 

10 30 p n. Eiiill BsflH s Orchfslta 

CUIL.MBIA NBTWOBB 
>KVl-KlR0-Kl-Py.«01N-KNX-KSLI 

8 Oil a m — West Coast Church ol Iht Air. 

• :30 a.m.— Swedish Tabernacle iKlROi 
9M a.«.— Major Mni 

a.m..i>«alt Lake - Olty 
Choir. 

10 00 a.m.— Church ot the Air. 
10:30 pjn.— Hits and Encutes 
10.4b a SMeJIawscast (KIRO).. 

1 1 .M a.Ok— Contretationai Church. 

U W fUMd (Kmoi. 

12 16 p m.-Philha m s ai o RirMRbea* 

ciety. 

3 00 p.m.— Nowaoast (BIIIO). 
3 15 p.m.— Let's Walls. 

3:30 p.m.— Problem Clinic 
a:00 p.m.— Rlieer "Theatre 
3:30 p m — Oateway to Hollyw04>d. 
4:00 p 111 —The People's Platforst. 
4:30 p.m.— Nordic Hour. 
6:00 p.m.-Tiiis la Nov Tata.. . 
4:00 p.m.— Sunday Eveatnt 
7:00 p.m.— Robert Benchley. 
7 20 p m.— Rhyming Time.- 

7 45 p.m.— Newscast (KIHU). 

6 041 p.m.— Cotirt ol RabUo 

9 OU p in.- Ben BonMO. 
9 10 p III. — Harry Owea'S 

lu Oil p ni ^1)11 k Aurandi's Orabostria. 
10.15 p in.-A Sons at BvoUat. 

10 M p.m — Newscast (KmO)/ 
11:00 P.m.— Today'a Almanao. 

11 15 p m — Musir in SentlaMntai Moag 
11 45 p m. - I'iclude to MldattBI. 

13:00 mjt.— Concert Hour. 

• li|MVAi.-DON LBR RW WO — 
KOU Seattle 

8 on a in - Dick Harding, orsaii 

• ij a m — Christian Science Prosrbmmo. 
6 30 a m —Allan Oerard. baritone. 

8.45 a.m —Canary ' Chorua 

9 15am —Dr. Charles Courbln. aonss. 
9 30 a in -Hie Lanipllsliler. 

10. 40 a m.— fiuouicf Prtndla. pianiai. ' 
10:15 a.m.— Tho Ulthty '1 Am." 
10:30 a.m.— Salute of tho Nations. 
11:00 a.m. — Slnfonletta. 

11 30 am — Salvatorr Mario de Stetaaft 

12 00 noon— On a Sunday Afternoon.. 
12:30 p.m.— Ne«& 

13:45 p.m.— Tony Cabooah. 
1 00 p m - Beuno Rablnoff, violin. 
1:30 p.m.— Lutheran Hoar. 
3 00 p m ^ Geo F .Sokolsky. commontattt^ 
2:30 p.m. — Itabbi Magnln. 
3 :00 p m.— Help Thy NcUhbor. 

3 30 p.m.— RbM ol the Week. 

4 00 p.m..— Oend Bnslander's Orchaalra. . 

4 30 p.m. — Rebreadcast of the Coronstioa 

of Pope Plus XII. 
6:00 p.m.— American Forum ot the AW.^ 
6:00 p.m.— Old-Pauiioned Revieat 
7:00 p.m — OoOd-WIU Hour 

8 00 p m.— McNeeley's Plknlsis. 

9 p .m. - Wa w acos t 

• :15 p.m.— Frsnk and ArCIltO. 

• ;ao p.m.— Words and MmIIi 

• :46 p.m.— Drama. '"^^ 
10:00 p.m.— PhU HarHs* Orchestra. 
ie:ao p.m.— Chaek Pbotor'ai Orebestfek 
11:00 p.m.— Weather Report. 
11 01 p m —Jack McLean'sIOf 
11:20 p.m.— The Plarbors. 

i4S p m.— Mldnlslit Mooda. 




LONDON, March 
ver 20 ,^-8, up 1-8 

NEW YORK. March 10 VI)--Bur 
allver 43 3-4. upchinp iflf, 

MOimiSAL. MM«ll 10 0Dh^ 

Silver future.s cloned flmMT tOdRfs 
35 cenU up. No sales. Md: liarcK. 



I 



42,ao. 

• MVIOBNDt MKJLAI 

Burry Bl.v:ult Corporation, pre- 
ferred, 76 cenU, payable April 1 1^ 
hoMRn «r record liRMh M, 

Oeorge Weston. Llmitetj. pre- 
ferred, $1.75. payable May 1 to hold- 
ers of record April It. ' "* , • 

Viau Limited, preferred. 1 1-4 per 
cent, payabl" April 1 to holder.s of 
record llRTdl X . 



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MANAGEMENT 



0|ftenttines busincee obKsationi 
>«R«}i*onc to ncgjecc pcrtonal 



Scrwlci #• wllT >n jw t Mfci, Bt 
•mall co«t» ttit •upcfTliibn-of 



ROm TRUST 

COMPANY" _ ^ - 



TFir DATLY COT.O\'T?^T, VirTn-RTA, V. C , SATURDAV. MARCH 11, 1939 
— — 5; — 



Jane Dixon Says : 



Bl INC; • TRl t ' TO YOVK nUlOK VMRNV-MKAN A CIEL MUST 

KIAY HOME ALL THE TIMK AND MOPE— A YOUNG MAN IN LOVK 
IS/jiETTING AN INGLING OF A WOMAN 8 SENSE OF FOSSESWOW. 



Mine LeadeH to 
Qqtherin 



*^ar MIm DU: n: I UB tifflitoen, prttljr and 'popular!! 

UlLelCliI ««iiyii„i~iifi fMi' f ^•Mf with k- 1 

mtb M1I7 •ne| ar twiaa a 



— Orteri he ii swi> aa Nwlnaaa far a waak mt lira al a thaa. 

1, beinf trur to him sit around night itirr night Monderinf what 
_ to 4a with myielf. I ascd to tuive many inTttations to go places, bnl 

Thix tiian mrans rverything to me and I belirve I mean the 
aama la hla. bat I aai gctllaf Ured M aiUlac. 
M MUnrtaff MTMir aa a dchtaaa ikaiA 
what to dor—I^onoij. i . - ■ 

Oomroent; Baiw to i tn 't mean eutUiif oooMlf off 

fhNn fvtenm -and aittiwr~lt home nunlntf dlacontent and reaentffifent. 
A true voman tnista the man she loves. an4.expeefiB him to have the 
•atee truat In her. Have a heart-to-heart uik with the younrman and 
try to make him understand that friendship ii_|lM ,eonpl«Bcpit odlovt 
IDtf thai a warm heart liai; room for both. - ' 



Jmml DtaM: TaU BMtf art aU waoMn Jaat bandlM af 

I am In lovr with a very lovelv and intrllitent girl. I want to 
a«k her to marry mc and I belkve ahe would accept, bat on the level. 
rM a UC laanr. tlto KM r aatJan,every rirMrha loataT at Me k M 
the hunt for me. If 1 smile at a %\x\ it's a chaae. 

I'm wondcrliif whether this lovely firl, who ought to know better, 
■Ufht torn out to be one of these wives who snoop for blonde hairs 
on rout sleeves— she's a brunette— and mauve mlsslMa !■ 
pockets. I want a home, not a battlefield.— .No Romeo. 



doean 



Comment: Tell her 'vhnt you've told me, my go od mun. II that 
't cure her, let some other fellow take the rap. t— sr"— ^ 



<9opyrtsht, isit, bv Tht Bell BrndleaM, (ne.) 



t«nees of twenty years In prison; 
one was flven a fourtoen>ycar aen- 
tenoe; and- the woman a aevenoyear 

term. ■ _ _ 



terrorists Giwn 
Heavy Sentences 

MANCHESrra, Bit 7, 
(/P>.— Heavy penalties were'lAiRSSed 
today on six men and one woman LETHBRIXX3B. March 12 CP) — 

convir!*^ of pariiripaling; In the Opening of Kenyon F lald . l< th 



L SHOW 



(ampaign of terrorism attributed to j bridge 's $150,000 municipal airport, 
the Irish Rapubllcan Army. I.1 scheduled for Juno 7. when an 

rivp ni'^n p;uh wrro Rivrn sen- aertal show will be put on. 



TiMt: oun 



By Ctiet Smith 



KCNNEL aue> mm 




^UEBM;, March 10 (CP).— Leaders 
in the Domlnloa's mining taidaitry 

a>tU- ^ther here Monday for the 
annual meeting of the Canadian In- 
stitute of Mlnhig and Metulluruy. 
The fortieth conyeatlOB 9i tbe^Jo- 
stltute will occupy thia* 

Election of a new ptesldent will 
he conducted Wednesday. Nomina- 
tions conducted in advance by mall 
broufbt . onljr> one nominee, Benja- 
mii i L. Thu r ii a. tr f C a lgary, itod'lie 
will be elected and In.stalled in «ue- 
oeaalon to E. A. Collins. Mayor of 
Ooppmr Cliff, Ont. 



APPLE MARY 



ROY^OWERSa KING'S Si.OUT 




By Martha Orr 



I SEIE. VOL) ptRE- 
IMTERESTED lAJ 
MER.CHAMOI5l(\JG 



SURE. AM 
GREATtST CAME. 

IM THE WORLD. 



^^^^^IGHT , -THERE. , 




THAT aOOK WAS WRITTEM 
e»V A MAM WHO REAUl.y_ 

KMEW WHAT HE WAS 
TALK IMG ABOUT. 



ALL EXCEPT THAT 

DEDicATioM, "yo /v»y 

C/iRf^V ON FOR. Me. " 



WITH THAT? 



BACHELOR GIRLS 




V. s Off. ; -CvrsnvA, 

•III 1 IM I 



r ~r"" 7^ 

I'LL TKLl. VOU WHAT'S WRONQ- 
SIMCE. DARLlMa DIKD. HAS. 
HIS JO AM SEEM THl. STOR**— 
NO! SHE'S LEIfT IT IM UMFIT 
HAMDS • WHILE HIS .MOAK>MEMT 
CRUMBLES, SHEL- PLAVS.* 




Well! ThaCs Different 



By Frank Ellis 




IVB BCBN-WATCHING Y3AV, DOnY GIVE 
YOU TWO ADMIRC THOSE<J US THAT LINE 
DggSSCS. HQw;to \WEVe BEEN 
YOU'LIKC TO OWN 
TH«Hk> 



PLACES.^ 



( OOX 'EM, 
(BOYS/ 





> 9L0P/ 




IT'S AN ADVERTiSlN6 stont- 

<5»RLS.' I OWN TMIS STORE^ 

ANIO MAVC SCHEDULED A. 

STYLC SHOW FOR TOMOPPOw- 
i96PORr ^OR JOBS-A8 mDdeLs 
AND YOU CAN HAVB THE DRESSES 




[ 



BIG CHICF WAHOO 



By Saunders and Woggon 



LIFE'S LIKE THAT • '§y Fred Nehet 





POP 



Pop W ould Claim a ToUd Loss 



By I Millar Watt 




TILLIE THE TOILER 



Ws **t ure n eir^ tp Skimping 



By Wes t over 



BUT, MUMSV, WITH ALL OUR 
M0RT6A6E TROUBLE 

CMer Afford to be 

TEEDiMG 



NOW NOW, 
1 CHILD, LOOK 




J UST SOME LEFT-OVER" BEEF" ANP U. 
SOME POTATOES AND SO^E SPlNACK 
AMD WE CAN HAVE ORANGES POR 

BREAK PAST j-^ 





i 



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16 



THg DAILY COU?RlST. VICTORI A : 

m 



fAY, MARCH 11. 1939 



Business a i| d Proi essional Eyrectorv vy^rant Ads 



rOR C;i-A8J>!K1EI) OR 
AttVkH I tHtMIMII 
r** MOV« • ouru «»ch UIMriMut tWVHV 

MflU • ••ro • wiib • aiiniauM ot 

wab with wdvi' No Mvcnw*' 

MOU 



^ P«Mi«f«i Not lev*. II a« first 

Inxrtion. II uo (01 uiib •ddiuooai iii*«r- 
tioii Ukiiiuvrs citrcli ul I ha lilt and U 
MaiDoriain Noilcca. ll»o>p«i inMiiion 

^Blrtu Noticaa. |l Do mi ini>«rtion 

AOiicrUMto •nc, dtkw* uia> na«r rapllaa' 
•MrmK. U A ttM ai thu CoUMiikl ••« 
furwardfa to tnati »rivata audritt * 
Cilkrta •! lao caou i> made foi niaiiina 
r«|>liM. la (bla CM* add itiica »oid» 
( Bm C'aKwui") i« ma coum lor 
tb« BUMkdr M vorda 

Uiit ai-io»n raadart ol oui adtariiaa- 
Dirnt* atk advariiaaia le (ivt addiau ■* 
»eii aa otMiw suatarBi m It it ooi alaraya' 
t> u»al »l>' t» ■■■ ■ — Tm i — IhfWdH— 4IM 

pbona- 

Ant eiaiiB lor raOaia on accuuui ol 
•rrur ot umiakioo* oiuil oa mndt alinio 
ttiirl; dmyt I'uiu tha dale ol iht «itaia 
9(lirtwib« (lit cKiUi will noi Dt aliu*tU 
■ • Tha CoioDui till ool ea raayonaioit tot 
mkn tiian • t OMorrMi isa«rUM «t.«ai 
'fttfvtrtlaamajit cr4ifM iw Mr* UMb oaa 

dai irwM I t III w w I* ih MKapiuis 



n inaariion. Cia>a|(i*d Ml aliOMld 

MkUi. lilt Coiuiiiki orluti V p9 M UM 

gif pravioua to puoiicatioo 
^ . - — — 

OlMBifMo Ada (Of liia buudajr Uoioniat 
Wiu oa Accaiiiad up to a. ti m oo Baiui- 
darii — 




arirulNgON-At St. Jeawh'a BMplta^ on 
TkundAir. itafdi K ~ 



11 



SIT^A' 



tContii 



■jf a rt f aaaaa t i^ra. «U« •( WUliam 

Btpphemon. o( 157 Colvllle Road Tha 
lal« Mrs SirpliriKon vaa bori> in Counl)' 
Antrim. Iraland. and bad baaii a raaldani 
•( VtMcHd U w Mia »— I * w » * r H -yaar* ; 
•Iw t« .b^ fcaaldaa bar buaband. { 

nina aont $m4 ti\t daurtitrrA also « j 
brother aatf two auiert in IrrUiid. 
Tb« (unaral wtl] tak« placa oo Monday 
I aft w udu from McOkll '•roa.' ruaaraJ 
HeiN Bt 1 •'eloek. Rev. T. H. MeAIIUtcr 
ytiU eenducl th« aorv.i'' uCt uIik-Ii mtw. 
ment jn ||^i^j^^ ^»»ixjii Bunai r,ii.. 

IN 



M' 



R8. UEWDNEY. NOBLE FARM. 8AAN- 

ich, urougly rrtoiniufndj lliorouthly 
rxp«rifnred aardciifr 'I'lionim LintPr. oiily 
iRaviiK brcau^e place is »old Box 6336. 

(■■.In: !■! 



CLASriNU. 
A 



CLEARING. 



•••««•* 

•••••4*a«««a*t****«**a 
•••abaoaaaaaaaaaaaaova 



CLASSmCATIONS 

Acreaia loi H«a|- 

Abiaana lot bmio 
Aciaaaa Aanitd 
Aiciiu Waiuad 
Autoi tor HUt 

Autoinobliaa 

Birilia ' ... 

biocita and Uoiorcyclaa 

Bo'la ana LauucLci 

Luildina Maiatiai* 

Kaainoaa Uirarlory 

B>iainaa> upportuaida* 

I arui ul Ilianiu 

Chuicn Noticaa ' 

Ciotnind. fura> UMM KU. 

Coming Bvtnta 

lianciOd •••••■■■••••••••••••tt**f**«t« 

lMa(ba ..••••••••«••••• t ^» • aVsTTm 

Draaamaklni 

ICducatiiin*i . .•••■•■■•••»•••••>•••••• 

Fkiitii lor Kant •••iju>.u.v*««t.«.u>>«*>^ 

>'arma (or Bala ..«««.». 

yarma Want«d . ....«« 




HARPKR-!ii louiia inrniorr of my dfar, 

iiiuthtr. Isabella Harper, wlio parsed 

B»ay Uarek 11. 1S3I. 
Soinr«'lirre back of the aunnrt. 

Whrr-^ lovrlinea* navrr dlea. 
Sho ll^r' III a land oi clory. 

•iM^ha^ mua wl thi-MM Of lb« iklea. 

Oarter. 



.'.iry of our brlo\'d 
»l1o pa.'.sed away 



HAHPEIt III A i lii 

one. I'.o*!*! H.irp^r, 

Marri, i; [•jin 
Ona year l.a.i pA& (d since mat »ad day 
Tha ona Wt \6\ea was called away. 
Deareat of mothert. (rue and kind, 
A beautiful inrinnry l^fi berfli.r! 

— Ina»rled by hei (lu.-^tiand, son"., duukli- 
tar*, arandcblldreu and kjeiit-graiid- 
cMMran. 

B^^— — — — — — ^ 

• '■ rVNKSAL OUWCTORS 



8 J CL'RRY At SON 
■ funeral Uirectora. 
Quadra and BrottCbMil itmta 
Phona O SSI] 



IIOCKWORK. 
^ ««cavitln« A 8 Anrtrr-oii t *«n 

VOUNU MAN. 2i. HMiU BCHOoL £UUr 

-1 cation. wtB-fto ninMM. OaM tfrtvar. 

Albion ISR. 

VOt^Ny COL'Pl.t WAN lb Wuj;ii. t AI'- 
able'tfalfV *ort Cctoi tf amsm. milk' 
rr. Box Sft3(. Colonii.t 



I1A 



PAiNTCvr «Nn necoBATo«« 



A BLACKBTT KJR PAPBRHANOINQ 
>^ painting, kalaomlninf Phone ( i'.ii 



|>LA8TKRINO. BTtlCCO 
' at raaaoMbIt mMm^ 
tlon OSIId 



AND 



RLPAIRS 
•tttn- 



PAPKRUANOINO. PAINTIMO, lUUHJtl- 
iam^Mbtk. auaraotacd. Ktu, O Itm 

IJAPURHANUINO. PAINTINCi. ^KALSO- 
minini. day or job. U13I1. 

IIAlNTJNci A/ip_ PAPEHHANOINO - 
* C>an mork done O 33I&. 



M 

u 

I 

tUK 
•7 

«UA 
li 

u 



1» 

M 
> 
U 

H 

u 



ictlva funeral Service in Our New 
Morttiary at Moderme Cost 

Kxpeririiced Ijiclv Anrnd,. ,! 



PbMca: B lili. q >5M_ IMI Quadra 

TROMBON rUMBKAL HOMB \ 

I63S Quadra Hirm 

Oonirtfta Rrrvice at ReaiohaMf !PoM 
Ciidy Attendant 
Phona OMI3 



8t 



I lAINTING PAPERtNO KAUBOMININa 
« "*" °ta«d MrPharaon B MM 

I J AINTUlO,'' ^rAPBRUANOIMa KALSO^ 
J mtnini and Dlaater patching E II>35 



c 



IIPOMB PAPEREU. 

ludrd . cIk''.' LI,! . ! criM. 



l»Ai»BR 

O 7S3« 



IN- 



DOUStf^tFRVtCE 
_IN WANT _ 
ADS 

Ycu Ca" t£lzphcn« yaji f<i^ri «< 
>^'l » v&u> ct4uiti«d dfMrijitffitPti 
10 Tht Coioritt Rcadift Wt tUttr 
•PlfrMttd. n Want Ad««f tiitn«r>li 
that do »W)t C8 i'y ^ ti0Ptt-V~ta 

dresitj 0* *Ove' tK.t » Cclcrijt 
boa nurrbci Pcf «th« accorrriorja'icr 
cf the* irackis *i^^o fifxi it 'neon 
»en»ri to MrMtt an ar^swcr and 4e- 

We Win 'Take Replies 
to Box- Numbers Over 
the Telephone 

The Colcy^iit service i$ ava>labl? 
ffOfn Bam to 9 o m , e«cepting 
StiTdava Pher^ f wff^ff , 



D 

8ona 



RT « FOOT CORDWOOD IN I CORD 



a Mil (17 Cormorant Btfarl 



A LL 



MAYWARO B,t;,^eWKHAL CO.. L»». 

laMbliabad 1M1 
114 Brwwbtan Btraet. victoria. B.O. 
B mpUt^WA- « aiplro MM O MdM-?*?* 
Lod7 Aaalataitt 



171 CARPrMTlRa ANII ril!«TK4< riiH> 

\LrBRAnONa. RbUBB-RAtaiNO. CUN 
crata oork. repaira O'Raeaa. O 1M* 

Ff<V«YTHINO IN CONORBTB. WALTErR 
^ Tract ^-»,47». 

I lAINTINO. DECOR ATuTd. ^rpenTcrlni'. 
I aallnfartioii guaranteed. Call ua. B 1795. 

EXCAVATING. 
934 3008 Douglas 



DA.\( l.\0 

BRANCHES. BALLROOM CL/ S8 

riorcMiy Cox. M R A U £ 7638 

/jRAfE AITHELU UANCE STUUIO- 
^ • Hollywood X Ijitest. 1116 Bro»d E 3.^83 

\ 'It-IORlA 8 LEADimi BALLROOM In'- 
> structora-Mr. and lira. Oao. Roaaly 
Arthur Murray. N.Y.. Matliod. B 4M4 

■Mb 



M DSnSMAKlNQ 

r A I LO R I N □['"DreBsmTkii^^ 
1 Of piiiie. Reasonable. Work vtMkran*. 
ired Pnone alter & or balora 9 0571 



rpBAMINCl. PI.Ol'OHlNfl 
1 etc. Kiaiik NobbK. 



I3X 



r^^^XPCRf PRUNING. LAWNS LAID AND 
se«ded. borders planted E 682h 



A 



>'lata and Apartments to Rant ........ 

>'laia and Apartmauu Wanted M 

Plovcra 1 

tut gala— lllacallanao uj M 

rurailura ...t. ••>.•.- ^- 

3''ucl ^OC 

f'unaaat-Ulraclora I 

rurbiahad Houaaa for Iteat bbA 

' — FDrtiiahad Rooma lot Rant 41 A 

hurriiithed Rooma Wanted . ....SUA 
li.t.r(iir.^spr« sod Baauii Speclallrla ... 3IA 
lijhs to Rem 3< 

JlOielS ......Mr. *» 

llousrkeeping Roomr to Rent ,. II 

Iiou'Pkrrpiiig Rooma Waolad S3 

II u i>r. (Ul Sato <i* 

III .Vleiiiortam ^ 

I.lMliis* cancontd 

l«si ana houad 

Uacnincff .....«.« 

Market Bpialala >i 

llarrlagaa ....... ^ < 

tflKcellaneaua I* 

Moiipy lu l.d.in 3 

Monumciiiai Worka 

bluaig 14 

Mltaleai Inhtruments 401 

Nursery Siork. Planta. Etc 40H 

Nurrirm and Convalaacant -Hom«» M 

Personal *1 

Piofeiinional Directory 34 

Properly loi saia ^ 

fiopa fti Wanted ■> i 

.TMRrf bad lAvaoMefc 

Radio 

Roonfi and Board 
Room Knd Hoard Wanted 



MeCALL BROS 

"Tha Moral Funeral Homa" 

Otflea Bad Chapel, corner Jo 
Vancouter atieeta 



— ^^^^^^ Phon.- I . i.r.i rn M>», 
I . F1.UWEBS 



NY nORAL DBSIONB at loweat pricea. 
.Pollock Broa.. iStS Oouglaa O^IS 

MtlUWaa VICTORIA NUR.-ShKito. «IS 
View. UrSitii noik fxeiuled; lowest 



/ 1 AHUENER 
I I 



Expf ririi.rd All Hranclif\. 
Relisblr. 312 We^llioline Hotel E ll!il 



nrtATRCB WTRIPPINO 

PEACb UBlAi. WLATHKIiBTHiPS 
BatimaWa Prao - B r L«tgb.>BMM 



FEMALB 




prlre.s. We arow o ir (i 

d lALL £ 0743 M>R 
* dealgna 



\.i-ih U 6612. U 3»il 

AHIISTIC FLORAL 
JeMiiin.(5. Ilorlsts. 7S4 Yates. 



.....•...*•••• 
.............. 



........ 



Eituatlona Wantod— Female 
BItuaiiona Wanied^Molo ., 

Buatmor Nbaarte 

Bwaita .......... 

Teaehera Waaiod ... 
Iimbei 

To Exchanae Real E»ts(a . 
To Rent - MiKcellsiieoii" 
etovea. Ranaaa. Purnacrea 
Unfomiabed Houaea to Rent 
tinrurniahert Rooms Wanted 
Warned Female Help . . 

Wanted - Mule Help 

Warned Mi'i eilaricoiis .... 
^Wanted lo (Inrrow 
Wanted to Buv Mcinea 
Wanted to Rent-Hnuaea Dnfurnlshed S7R 
Wonted to Rent— Miseollaaaoua f» 

Wood T n 



DEATHS 



m 

MP 

4T 
■ 41 
!• 

n 
•I 

4IA 

15 
14 
16 
38 

40L 

5.SB 
SOB 
14 
13 
41 
S2 
79 



HE POSY SHOP Am. tic Pie^al Tributes 

■•■ 633 Fort Street 
Phone 0 5422 -Nithl Phone 0 4683 

BALLANTYNB BROS. LIMITBU 
311 Doiialev^rcct Phone 0 3431 

We Telearapb Fi r 

CUT rUaWBRB ANlJ :'K.,ii,.sa 

MONCMBNIAL WOBHS 

1TEWART MO^LM^NTAL WORKS. I.TU 
Take No. I car 19 works. 1401 Ma> 



K 2228 



L^LUILaLy LADY SEEICB POSITION AS 
'■■^ coinpaiiion-hrlp tp lady. Quiet houie. 
considered more than wateaw Box .S67I. 

Colonist. 

}l UU,'(KKKfcPU{ C U.MHANION. tUlEH- 
*■ Iv latin- .rfuiiile tir M""''B.Yi*i"* Prsi - 

te; BmI rti 



Ileal nursing exprrlenci 
Box sail. Colonist. 



efereuce.-. 



lUrect. , Phone O S4M. 



It 



COIflNO BVBNTP 



VN OLD-TUIB DANCB WtlX BB KBLD 
at the Baqulmalt Ar* Aaaoclation Hall. 
Praser siraat.- Balurdaf. Dancing |-I3 
RefreNiiinenti. Btewart'g' Orcheatra. Ad- 

mihslon 3jc. 

VT COLWOOIJ HALL. BA3KE1 BALL 
and dance, every Sutiirday night. Bunk 



McEwrn !t Urcnctua. » 10 12. 
mentx Admi%rioii 3.*! mil'.. 



Refreah- 



MOTHER AND DAUQHTER WILL COOK 
,for tew your terms. Room 10. E 1804 

I lOKi riu.N AS COOK-OENERALr~UOob 
1 cook re(rrencp»: sleep out. E 09i)7. 

NED LADY DESIRES WORK AS 
ore assistant or hounekceper. Phone 
>749. Box SS33. Colonlat. 

WOMAN WISH£8 POSITION 
Mr housekeeper: adults, fully 
Box S&60. ColOQiat. 

'ilia waahlng. Ironing, clean- 

ii.iNr r,, r r,ir.- V M!I2 Riii I 



1 i .■>749. 
I H- I.I ^ II I.I' 



NURSING AND CONVALESCKNT 
U BOIfg 

t'bB ANON NU RSINCrROIiB.T3N VaTES 
t-i Street. 



21 



PERSONAL 



\N OLD-TIME UA.^OE THAT CAN 1 
beat. 



every 
, ilaU. with too 
I Prlaea Bupper. 



Hi. 

Saturday. 8-U, A. OP 
Haitmakori' Old^Ttaiera. 

SBc. 



OAK BAY THEATRB IBALLROOSI 

BEOINSINU I lilS SATURDAY A BRAND 
new ^^ne^ of daiica^. with Val Car- 
aon'a brand new awini band. It's itill 
moooclow 



UI.NE A.MJ UA.'4CE 



I^-iVkRy NiUHl, AI IIONO KONO CAPE 
Urchcktia and pianist 



diahcs 



speclbt Obiaesa 

Minimum charge bOc. 



ROBERTSON AI the Po.-I .Lili.'.re Ho-!- 
pltal on March 9. Robert n>'i<-il'MM 
ased fidy-nine »ear«. of 11 « Bf-tu'- 
■ Btrtet The late Mr Robert»oii »ai horn 
In Perthshire. 8cotlanr<. and had been a 
' resident of thls^Hy for the pa»t y«ar 
and for many vesrs of .Su»ka(ehe*»n He 
Is mourned hy Ii n widov imd five aon». 
Robrii. John. Wallace and Douglaa. of 
Virioria and James, of Sprlnewaier. 
Sa.vk also iwo aistem lu Paris. Pranre. 
and a sister in London. England, and 
two hrothera In Scotland. 
The funer.il will take place on Saturday 
ln*rnln« S'f 10 30 -o^aiiwk (lom MrCulI 1 ■ ,.. . 

Brc.-, I'unrial Hoiiii- Ilr'. Hu'Ii Mrl^-od II EAR V, K. WALTER. ALI lUjKlZElJ 
will cpmtnrt- tli> sp ryt t e. alter which iiurr- | • *■ speaker of Technocracy Inc.. Sunday 
ricnt wHl be made ta Rorol Oak Burial^ March 13. af^-ehiiTeh tMM. at ■:4a p.m 



I4"'VELYN HOLT S I)A.N( E TONIUIIT. 
^ Chamber of Comiiirrcr Aiirniiuiii 



Adnii^.sinii 2.Sr 



I.'nilST BPIHllUAUST CHURCH SILVER 
' tea, S.O.B. HaU. Baturday. 3:Mi read- 



Uiga. 



P>rk 



rn 



BRIOOS-At Bt. Joaeph'a Hoaplial 

Wednesday. March 8. Jolin William Brow 
Rriagit. aied sevrnty year*, of 1311 Mon 
rove Avenue The late Mr. Brigga * 
born In Bruce Couirty, Ont . and igd 
h'e.i a rendeiit of thia City for the ^ 
iweiit>-llvrce years, and wa< 'one of 
eiirl4 pioneers of the Car^ta'Ta dlatil<f. 
Alia] He la mourned by Iwo >tm*. C II 
fordi of Vencouvei. ^iid flauiif of \ 
long al»o two broilirr^ tico'Br A.. 
I.on ' Angeles, and H Brijt.^. 
Viclnrhi unit f M e « i .inrirliileii en 
The fiiliernl ,» III lake pine" oa r.ii lui ilii)v 
afternoon fron' MiCall Bros ' Punerai Hon 
at 2 n clock Interment will be M 
Oak Burial Park. 



ih T WiC.A. (Section. 



IRVINES DANCE. TONtOHT. LAKE 

• Hill Prire*' Refreshmenlsl 8-13; 3ir 
Royal riak niihl 

1IROUKESSIVE FIVE HLNUHEU. PRIDE 
of the I.tland Lodge. 8.O.B. Hall, to- 
nlaht. 8:30 o'clock prompt. Oood prites. 
Admisaion 3S eenta. 



4 CUJUDY MUST THAT DARKENS THE 
•» » ^oiij of man Is 4iot-taxincd from water 
vapor and air It Is the unholy thoughts 
that loiirr In the mind of man and strive 
lo kc;)«r»ie hiin from Ood's loving care. 
Life should be one continuous preasing for- 
ward to a worthy aoal. When the mortal 
ffame Is kept dally built up with our 
roar'e « iiole wheat bread, our «ovn Hovi^. 
r-i. pf.iiian Mesl bread or ■ome of our 
other <iui'Iily food^. It iv muih easier lo 
keep on keeping on and thereby not allow 
dlitcouranement lo become seated in the 
front room. Reap proflta dally. Call at 
Keven Eleven Port Street. Golden Loaf 
llakery (he hoqie of lood eats. 

* PEKMANBirr WAVE.' tttDIVtOOAtXY' 
.a Mvied Special prices 'on Bhbmpoo and 



2a 



LOST AN>v rOVND 



Ij40tn«o^A WHITE wiRE-Tno Hn r Ti it- 
rler. Phon^ E 1244. 



LOST 



IN I5HOPP1NO Ula-I RICT - IN- 
sect brooch, set In Imitation opal. 
Valued aa keepaako. Reward. OMn. 
"dMl . C oloBla»r- — r 



J OST - AIREDALE. 9 MONTHS 
i PInder plaaaa phone O 7IM. 

J08T-1N KRtStiEK ' 
^ contsiiiliig niniio ci 



OLP. 



S-MAU. 

7..94. 



puasB. 



31 



MONEY TO LOAN 



lAOK IXIAU GAtL 
ranged by ua In any ampunti repay- 
menta to auic Buildina loans a apoclAlty. 
Uiwiauyaati quick deetaibaa: RMdaraio 
ebbrvia «ub OoaUaloaHhNM}nt V^liua 

— r. tL MOWM 41 BONBi LTD 

till Broad Street Phere O 7171 

ANY REviUEBl FXJH A MURIOAUL Ap- 
preciated Ste tl C Holmes. PcinSer- 
ton it Son ltd. 625 for' M U8I24 

AVE MO.NtV 

po.^p^. See 
WhiiUiiiie Ai (.1 
Block 



I.^AMODS POBL CO.— 8AWD0ST, M SK8.. 

I 13 71 bulk, fj H*av/ ajab. taae dry. 

E_J»^ day. Mtabt. 

{.FAMOUS rirtL co. sxwdost. m sics.. 
L tl.TSi bulb. U.M. Mnyy stab. i-ft.. 

bone-dry. 84,00 cd. BUM. A y niliM>> ' ■ 

I^U^WtTSi. i4.W! btt. U.M. ■BOMltd. 
i fif. Sowduat Supply. B IMS 

MALAHAl BULK SAWDUST ."ti 3it 
Sacked sswduM. 14.50 J E Paiiuer 
& .Soils. 817 Cormorant Street a 3541 

MU»T SELL IN 3 DAYS 90 CDS 72 IN 
mlliwoixi. 12 i d 2 rris »3 7.i CI 24.5:'. 

\'0 1 FIR MILLWOOD 13 50 PER CORD 
Inside fir olocka. 14 pet eord No t 
fir headrif sawduaL aarked. 14 7» unit 

Oeorat H..rsi:i u Ci 2647 

N O. 1 FXR MILLWOOD. 13 40 CD IN 2- 
cd. (OU.. iB g Me ar t -M.M ed 



■ AacMni t n ouAiuimB vtm 
combxat radiob 

rrtcod from 114 50 and Sold on Bbiy .Tcrmt 
McLXNNAN. McFEELY 81 PRIOR.-i.TO. 
flrj^iiidBLaevcruiiiaut liiraat Pbena O 1111 



10 to 13 inchra high, for sale' at 
30e each. Phone E 3678. 



tit aawdikat. IS.M wnit. 
Puela. Jblb Skore -Btyeet. 



aereeaad 
Manning. Shaw 
B 0624 



. ^ItAVRITZ N.URSERIE8. LIMITED 
Order Now 
POR BPHUtU PLANTING 
Itr IT OROWB WB BELL IT 
^ ■ IP WE SELL rr. IT GROWS 
750 Fnn street Phone ' O 373T' 

•iih Hl< *ri.F«* AV1» MllTOKl'tt'LF* 

SALE - iu BICYCLES, |I«3U 
. . . Balloon ma bicycle. 834. Su. 
wilb e^idea Ei^rt oicycie ret>airs. moder- 
ate prices Aaroiison s. 1321 Gov t 8t 

l/OK HAIJL BOYS CC.M. BICYCLE. 



4t fVR.JUa^HISC'CLLANEOUS 
iCooitauodi 



1 -HP. BRUNNBR AOS 

- Partridxe. 
Burnside Roads. 



iR. 
and 



«1 WANTED— .MISCELLANEOUS 



— — 'tfjnmt^»mtym^j ija>^ RoaTa. 

^ly^ MONTKRBY CYPRESS SBBDLINOS. Ltd.. 1317 Douafaa Street. x 



\RBPin'ATION tX)R PAYING HIGH 
eai prices (or raas. botUea. ti*uis. 
stuvrii. furniture, or aaytblnhyou wian 
to dispo.-e ol. We .eall 'tttwiBfft 

I line G 4752 



any 



I^OOKb BOUGHT FOR CASH. 



*.indi. aay euaimty. 

Government. 



HuDter'a. 



ALL. 
1318 



UlCVCLE t 
to lis 7j 



UP-I8LAND ^3-ln l^locka. slabs, ready to 
burn, beats cordwood Reg 14 00. now 
11.35 cd 2 cd.v, 16 25 OK Pucl 



* 20-ljl, good 

iir-DP 

I I AVE YOUR 



I 'iiidit 10:1. 



E 7674. 
YEAR '|. 



001 
O 3433 



KIRK COAL 00. LTD ' 
23* Broad SUeet Phone O 1341 



for Over Pirty Yeara 

Mo Older Too Small 
No ordar Too Land 
Order JToura Todap 

Our DoUvery U Prompt • 
KIRK COAL ep.. LTD. 
1331 Broad Street rbtoe 'O 1941 

X(\ CORD BONE-DRY MALAHAT WOOD 
0\f- Regular IS.SO. now one cord. 14.75. 
t w o e or da. M. Bia-d ar-eal Or ttotteax Puel 

Co.. a Silt. " "-!! '■ ^ - 

& UP-ISLAND 
All -acreened. 
Order now. K^^^b. 



njR THE 

BU VCLE COMPLETELY 
overhauled and put I'hto flrst-clam 
condition for the bri ght d aya ahead. Ovei- 
hauling your machlnf elimlnateg the de> 
ttructive elementg of the Winter, remov- 
livx all poDslble 'hazards by way of rust 
and corroalou. At IKe iiauxe. liiue glvaig 
you the maximum aafely In your brake 
*menliank 



/ 'USD PomjM^ ucveups or parts 

' anywhere O 4m ' 

I-^lJRNnURt Ruoa CLO-IHIMI TOOLS 
" and ranges lot c»Mi or aill sell on 
roniniisslon LoNDdN AUCTION. «l» 
Pandor.i Phone O 7024 



S3 FLATS A.NU AfARTBAKNT* 
TO BENT 

A VAILA8LE NOW-Di'l I O H T VlTu 
*» aunny anailment. overlooking sea. 
Ooniales Heuhu automatic heating rleg- 
tric raiiae. hrLidaire. tlrcplace. garaaa. 
Apply mtie CrciiLnt Road Pnont E 2311. 

APARTMENT. PTJRNISHEO. T Wy fM 

• * tlirer t r _ . . . . 

close'lo Itlgl 
uvtnr: . K 2848 



IP YOU WI 
furniture. 



I8H TO DISPOSE OF YOl'H 
fir . snlifiue or inoderi. cor. 
suit us We either buy oulrigl.l or icll lor 
>ou Fred Smith i Co . Aurtion»eis Ci 4913. 

BCJTTuiir 

B0*4I or 



el 



UNK JVANTKD ' IOOL& 

— race, furniture. atdVia 
' E03S0 call rlebt gwar 



13.00 up. 



I agtoralion. ovorbanla from 
We eall and deliver. 



738 



E n 

hurt ! 



HARRIS «c 
irert. Next 



CO 

to 



Ray's 



II AKLtY DAVIDSON 
1 dil.Qii. t»:< E 4376 



74. ' GOOD CON- 
50 Suns Avenue 



IAROr UUANTIIIES GOOD FORNl- 
-» lure. Cieorife Plowman. 824 fOrt.U WI. 

1* 'ANTED- 'i-H P . SINOLE.PHASE. IK 
'» volt motor C'aipelorium CO. 1 



4 PARLMENlb _ PULLY PURNISMKD, 
2 i-'onfained; 'reasonable raiaa."' 

41 MUUN-1' UOUULAS APARTMBMTf^ 
P omtefaa^r o n f uroiahed. B 44 aa.- 

A r MONIROSE APT HOTEL, turniabed 
» »_euite. ajtb all aaodem conveaiaB tia 

V1L8A MAMSlUMS-f URM OR UNPUrT 
£» nished. excellently aofinoad BOMl. 

A nmAOTIVB'p'll'R N I S H BiTbUITES 
£^ «*«a»aUable Savoy Mansions g 6e.'2 

1 kESIRABLE: FLRNI8HE1) 81 ITli PRil 
*' VM* urn park, sea and can 



133 Cook. 



Cook Street 

II. 1, S! 



K '.'861 

II H ri ^^( 1 i-< lit 1 ' 



I kORCHESTER APARTMENTS - NEW 
* '■ live-room suite, overlooking water and 
Mount Baker Phone E 7174 B IIM 

PURNISHEU LOWER DUPLEX, MODERN. 

A.allihu*aKe°.?"i' r'"' «W- 

Available Aprir 5. 1134 CrcMent Hoa.l 

pURNlSHED PLAT. LIGHT. ^ W A |-Kl7, 
» Phone._|3J_jsi7 Pandor,_ A^^enu, 
^' ■ , I I ARROGATE APARTMENTS. OAK 8A»" 
■» li r those wanting the best 18851 



OF 



«1A 



I,''.XLHANGE G 
I .iipcht I } , ft'ir 



ARDENING. PAINTINO. 

> II, iiW <'l u< I uc O 2543 



flhy —"-BULK. SACKS f3 
I •> tie null i..iWduM 



clean. roar*e. all fir 



I -FT. 
vood. 



4 

^ w 



COHDWOUU, 
15 35 cd . 1 ' 



14.38 CD., 
-cd. load^ 



UP- ISLAND BLAB. Ti-ni 

eei V Wood C o . Alpha 81 

CDS. Uiiy CfDAFt. UI.N. 
Malahal. 1 «i-'k -..ili id. 



«1 ttX 'a CD.. DRYLAND rOl. 
Vi- iKf flr aawduat. Shepbord. 



UlCK- 
E 6286 

. ROl> 

G :■:]* 

h ItO.M 
G 1215. 

COAL: 
BMU. 



IlltlE A U1C5CLE— No |2U UCJENCE. 
^ no t.ix ( .r 1.1- no gas. i.o iniurancc, 
no parkliu protjlrm or parking niici 
Riding a bicycle will sue >ou money and 1 
bring you health. New or rebuilt ma- i 
chinea on terms. Robinsons. 1330 Broad ,42 POl L'lKY A.M) I IVK.S'IOCK 
Street, opposite Coloin;i .-^^.^^^^ ^ . 



ll'ANTBD-AROUND 1930 BARLEY TWIN ' 
» » or Indian, for caah. Phone E 8«7|. 

1!»:{7 



aauippadi 



I3BACH 



|3 



ALL RR UP-ISLANO SAWDUST 
f HONE G 79n 



RANGE. STXEL TOP. ENAMEL 
. door, lliermometer. water front. 1:8 50 
"CtTtars Stove store. 823 Fort Si E 3511 

>*lSf AND USED RANGES. FURNACES.' 
I aawduat burner, bollera. etc. We re- 
pair and inataU. 
ment Street. 



CaiBOraACTOBB 



I.^REDEIilCK 
Phone 



IOH.« 
'I ch 



COU.I.NS, Clilrupractor 

E(I0I5 105 Hilihrii-Bone BIdB. 

.N M Sturaj. r''n-i<i'-(l Muu iiceiiM-d 
Chiropractor 103 LMon Bldg. E 8034. 



hUK MORTGAGE PUH 
T B Monk J II 
I ' ■ : 1 a I'rniberion 



MASIAOB 



33 



UL -SINfc.-,.-, DIKKt 1 OK Y 



CABPETI 



/^LEAN RDOS fOR BALB. CARPET- 
\.y orium Co.. 101} Cook Street. BaMl. 



PU>OR SUBPAClWa 

HARDWOOD FIXJOR 
JuliiisoD. Free estimalca 



CO . 707 
-O 7314. 



INIUBANCB 



I'^IRE. AUTO INSURANCE - 8EB LEB; 

1222 Broad Street 



Praeer 4i Co.. Liu 



LAWN MOWERS 



A,^LVE8 BROS.' Lawn Mower Shop— Mow- 
■^_erg_ sliHrpeiird H.:i Hrood. B 0683. 

LITBOCKAPUY 



riniier 
St I eel 



Live Bert Wa ide Baton, lit Tatai 

Tflep lone F 4U23 



Lobala tor 



UTHOORAnrt 

Beory Purpoao a 
OombWai 



Aat 



OMamorciai wprb - ustarbeadai 
baada Debeaturaa 



CbabtMb 



igv. 



vMcaa. 



Pboto-Litbc Map Worg 

THB OOLONlBT 
' LithoKiapiiins Uepariment 
1311 Broad Slrcai 



VC IIOICE SEI.ECn iCJN OF FISH IN j 
seaion. Prime lemon soles. Askey s j 
Pish Market. 634 Yates Street. O 71GI 

AIIAHSHALL Purs remodeled, repairedi 
- iBdIer laUorlng Room 83 839 Yatea 

BCTTBIUitLK - A OpOD OLD-PASH~ 
toned Sprlhg tonic, lor vim. vigor and 
vitality lOc^ duari delivered Registered 
Jersey Dairies. 808 Broukhton St O 5044 



I,'«NQLISH 
J 'turned 



n! 
( I 



HODHUf OANCmO 

SJIIRINB AUDITORIUM. SATURDAY 
night, Chg». Hunt s 8 pirce entertaiiT- 



Royal ' Stags welcomet 3Sc. 



CMIIM! Ai Hor si Jubilee H" i'i:«l. G'orge 
I '■■1.1 \ 1 iistiis C'srier. aurd fidy lhrfe| 

ci ljii4 Drnman Sirrel He w«* 
born 111 Victoria and la moiitned by his 
alater. Mra. Mabel A. Bpotta. of iU4 
Denman Street, and one brother. Roy S. 
c.irler 

I he luneral will lake place on Sntiinl.iy 
• (ternoon from McCall Broa' Fi|nrral 
Hmne at 1:30 o clock. Intenmnf wlU bo>ln 
Gwwood BuHAI Park. 



TO 
real 



^OLARIUM JUMBLE BALE-COME 

1417 Broad ISlreet today (or 
bargain.v 

WHbrr NIGHTLY. 8 45 OOOD PRIZES 
. Aft ernoon. 3 30 Central Whlat Club. 

Ondrr New Management 
THE CASTLE 
Dioa and Dance 
Cblekeb Tamaloa Spaabetti and ChiU 
Opaa S-M OBtU f city Prtcaa 



HAND LAUNDRY -COU.AHS 
I5c. ^h]^l^ lie Up. collar* J 
for lOc Courtney at Douilas t 6193 

'iiEMA. ITCH. PILES "'uLCERATro 
Try Geo Laei Chineae remedy 
Drpi and Drue Slorea 



PUBLIC BTEl^OOBAPBLB 

If<THEL SEYMOUR; 101 "^AMPBUJ. 
Building. OouglBa Strict Phone 

Garden 3535: Auitiura Aianuacripta. law 
a nd |cntraT Btncii y conna eutiaL 

tPHULSTCBUQ 

I '[PHOLSTt;RY"~AND RBPAWB. MODLR- 
^ an piuii. Ciark s, 1034 Pork 0 4744. 



I ■< lets 
838 Cormornni 

l^'^OR VARIETY. TASTE ANUWHOLE^ 
I soinenesa, aerve Maaters' quality rakes 

*nd rnoklrj. Ma^lr^s' Bakery, Dougla> 
Ptrrrt. npiWTttc .'■'priirrr • 

I^^REE-^ COLONIST 80N0 SHEETS NOW 
available Apply ColOBtai Advartlaina 

Department 

I |IL BURNERS. EXPERT SERVICE? 
^ ' cleaning, adjusting, etc Lynn O 6938 

pURE JERSEY mIuTfOR SALE~fRY 

I our cream and buttermilk O 471« 

rpEAC UP REAmNO AHD"cARDa" PHONE 
I ( i 4077 



WL\'UUt% 



outao 



MRS 8ARKEIL MABBEUSB, VAPOR 
bBtb,a cblropodiai 33» Howo. O IML 



OPTOMETRIST 



JOSEPH ROSE. OPTOMETRIST PHONE 
B f» 1 4 l ot Tgfb p p o iBtm e nt 1317 Duugias. 



OSTeOPATHIC PBjrSICIANS 



|)R 

I' tf 



VERNON B TAYLOR. RBOIS- 
ered and licensed 4(i«.7-8 BaiaMBI 
BuUdlng. Phone E mp.re 78.'3 



tOL 



m'OVES AND RANGES 



NEW AND 
Burners. 

RANOB^^" 
moat 



Port Street 



I •-.■A Pill LTHt AMI Ni PPl.lCR 

■ IE SURE OF PROFTT-BUY BURNSIDB 
»» cllKk^ Leghorii.v RIR. B Rocks. N 
ilamp; .RIR -X-Leghorns. Special prues 
for early orders. L akg Hill Poultry Parm. 
uaa- Union 

/ ILIP THIS AD FOR FREE SA^MPI.E 
' cup> Read ol bfsl Bti-fdi rs. hatiii- 
erirs Address Canada Poaliryiiian. Van- 
couver 

i lUb-lGM HAICHINO - 3c PER EGG. 
^ > tray lota 140. Order Leghorn. R.1.R . 
BoutbalL 1331 Ooyern- ]"C h le ka uuw . T. W> Palmer. a.R. t. Q li2t. 

/ IU8TOM HATCHING -SPACE POR~1?500 
^ eggs on March 25 12,. Ckg conipan- 
mc nl,s , 'TTir TTafrherv, Pikuu ."^trf-ei 

1,"'REE - 12 CHICKS WITH EACH lOo" 
Leghorns, iic: Hampablrea. lUec de- 
livered. Custom hatching. , 13.60 100. 
Romiitrao. Keating 4tR. 



\ I ODERN. 

^ aiahed 
t3tr BaeM 



tssi 

SU.NNY. »-ROOM. OMrUJU 
BpartaMati MribdSw VMok 



VELV. MODERN 
1 iM-alliy O aiac 



USED RANGES. OIL 
Manna 740 Port E 1133- 

CAitlNOS STOCKED ~ POR 
laa ma BsitvdiK^^ 



S'AWDUST BURNER.S INS^IALLED FROM 
»20. G F' Cooper. 261 Burnslde 



F 3328 



."'OR 



RBUABLB R.IR 



HATCHING 



I T8£D RANGES WOOD. 

I ' alectriMty Bad oil C. 



CUAL. GAa 

J McDowell. 



Latent atturnlvs 



FETHERSTONHAUOH * CO. 
Patents and Trade Marks 

Ofthf. I l;rougliout Canada ai.d US 
789 W Pender. Vancouver Phone .S«-» 3738 



1000 Oouglaa Street 

SAWDuirr BUHNERS 
OfT CASH AND 15 MONTHLY will Install 
tP*' a hand.'ome new Coa.'^t Sawdust 
Burner In your range, Bavea Ua priue 
many tlmea over lo labor and fuel. Price. 
Inatblled. only ^. .t... 813.50 

OUR BEST BUT » USED HANOES 
Burbank "Pontlac" Range, compleu with 
Aei na O il H us n sa bad loep j sr coii. Lamr 
guarantee as new. Price. Installed. 879.50 
COAST HARDWARE, 1418 Douglas St 

MONTHLY WILL PUT A 

'avtdiiM burner la' >our 

l.omr Sati.'-Ui t.on Kuuisnteed. VIO. BtOVC 
W(ii 1: s 1433 Gov t. I: 0843. 



a eggs and day-old chicks- Joni v O 6757 
pAHADISE COMPARTMENT BROODER, 

> 1 i iii'is Incubator, coal broodera and 



I'lnrni and parte. 
8v»an street. 



The Hatcher: , 



dlj-; CASH. 15 
V»> Kuinlori 



KHODE ISLAND AND WHITE JERSEY 
Giant breeding cockerels. 13.50 up. 
112 Public Market. Phone Colqultg MT. 

t t'ANTED - BARNF:VEIJ)ER HATCHINCi 
etg.s. from imported Mock or inip- 
iieste'd slock. B W.D. bloodtested. II. G. 
Pitaherbert, Bardie, B.C. , 



t-'B 



ROR<<F)l 



\LBERTA HORSES, 1.400 TO 1.900. 
Douglaa Street 



3008 



jklARCH 10-CO5V 1 !VI HOUMED Pljif; 

sale, ^f*^'*''"* l-..<lerOoo: 
aales H.ll Iovfl\ outlook Ci 8865 

ANOH .MAN.'^lON.S. I.o 
Ki>„ : ! nil lit in brau'lfiil 

MONICA CpUBT - NICE nVK.>RO0M 

BEVERLY HCJTCI 

«.Jf" '° Everything In Town 

VOW IS lilt IIMt ro SSLBOT VOOR 
n,o„. the Beverly All 
nionihly rents induoe (raa gas. tlectne 

; f*^* lounge, tine elevator Rpoina 

fnrnialiel or untunUBbad ^'-ttt StSt 

Ai>o ni.ci, turntaM rwoM far » TkiT 
week or momh - 



' JAMES A 
Owner and Manager 



ORIPFTI H 

Phona O 0378 



VMCE MODERN APARTMENTS POR 

rent by day. week or month On — 
front; eoaaealal aurroundlnta. 
Mrs Setia la pctAoo. 



Apply 
«-M 



to 



XMCELV FURNISHED SINOtB 
*, beniiiifuiiy clean, warm and 
The Norniundie E 6384. 

I >LEA6ANT FRONT 
' nished 340 Linden 



•urrti 



HUITB. 
Avenuo. 



UNPUR- 



WTO8ARI AIT.S HEART OF BUSINEML 
theatre dlst ho.i.ekerpmg and alerp- 
h'"'."' '"-cprixif day. week or mo; 
reduced rates iran.sienls 0 0048 745 Yale. 



'EACROFT 



s 

Unfurniahed varanry 
^l-'WO 



VltnoRIA a. MOST BEAU- 
" 'elew 



-wpar 



OtHL 



I l.'«OR FAI.E 



STOVB 

pricea 
£ 1451. 



B WANTBO - BE^l CASH 
paid. Call Peden'e Stove 



E 



,'«RNEST 



ARVBIL 



IMM.C. 



4I<X 



Reclatered Canada and U S 
Patente and Trade Marka in All Countrleg. 
789 W. Pander. Vancouver PboavSoy. Utt. 



PnTXtOTBERAPV 



H I.IV: [ Y - nrw 



and Urf.risrd 

: w 1 1 :ii <3 



MISCBIXANROOt 



MISCEI.I.A.NEUUS 



\BAKtiAIN SET OF LEFT - HAND GOLF 
clubs. COM 145, as new. 133. lO. 8tu- 
deuls microscope. Dollard-Aitcheson. Lon- 
don; complete, aa I'lew. |3S. Douglaa Fur- 
niture Mart. kl4t Douglaa. 



SA W 
gumi 



a ALL 
ummrd etc. 
Oladatona Avenua 



KINDa I-TI.FD. SET 
Phons W Linerr lt6" 



38 TQ BENT— MISCELLANEOUS 

OMALL 8TONB. CORNER C^MOSUN 

n a, ■ - - 



nd Pandora 

fl rr ir.akr r ^ 



• lilt shoe repairer or 



t GRICULTUHAL UME.^y TOT TON 
-'^ or sack. Large whita or grey lime- 
stone for rock garden, by the yard 
Victoria Lime Co Behnont 59K. 

A U. MAKli;S SBWU40 MACIUNtb 'iur 

.A paired Needlaai ou raylw * Ca. 

;2«'j fort 

PPLES FtJIt SALE. 50c BOX. 
Cadboro Bay. B 131S. 
yoiir conlainers. 



ONE TEAM CLYDE GEIJ)- 

tnod vinrkrr-. cheap. 



■ 1 '.V nil'! 

or w ll Hade (,.r hcifrrs or .Mieep. I. Iloiih. 
136 M. 8ldl.e> 

t^OUND. OENTI^ 8ADDLE~MARe7 15 3 

In nice condition: ideal for lady, any 
weight. Alao sturdy 3-year bay and white 
cob, I3<v hands. Thla combination utility 
lypB rare. Apply - W. A. Mclnloah. 

Duncan. B C 



% t'ELL-MATcllEl) TEAM. 3.800 ONE 
< V ilngle borae. Pratt. 703 SequlBWll Rd 



4«0 



CATTLE 



/ ^OWS-Preah In. 
heavy milkers 



aome due to ireah^n; 
and family. GMOt 



1 PPLE 
» » ina. 



8H1EL- 
Brma 



40 FOR .-^M I — MI-( I I I.ANEOLS 



lOA 



BLIUIINp MATERIALS 



' fSLAHDi BOtLDINO SUPPLY COMPANY- 
J Everything in nmm>rr aunwiiaa a aaii 
5lS-4*ort..eorner Lanaley 

^IDNEY SPEEDY SERVICK-TyoU WILL 
^ get lull va!u.' for ynu> 'money iiltcn 
you buy your building renuirementg (rom 
Ug. Wa carry a rompli ip nock. . 

8ID.NEY LIMBER 
o;.'il5 -.'lie Government Bt 



4 PPLES - PATRONIZE HOME IN- 
duktry 50c bpx. bring contalnera 
lanoer Broa.. Tanner Road. Keating 

WEEKLT~PAYMENT.~'ll 00, BUYS 
new Maytag waaber. See 728 S Fort. 

REAL DOUBLE LOAD or ClNDERs' 
13. Old manure, rock. sou. o 3486 

BIO DOUBLE LOAD"cINDERS. 12 75 

."oil. c'.h: r k oiiiiure G 5584 

Y BEDDING AT FACTORY PRICES^ 

MMoliL rooming houaeg, etc.. apeciai 
Fictory. IN Piaiaro St E 0533 



A 
A 



UriNUuW GLASS R*PLA,CED AT 
ahorieat uotical Auto s.a»| rrpiaceo 
wniie you wait mcidi k 
Brouenton sifeet 11 ui;r >< 



.JHI.SGLIK HIGH GRADE 

)al/l''l Box riiiiip.iliy G 



21A 



HAIRURE8SERS A.\D 
•KAUTV 8PBCIALI8TS 



FUt.TON- There peaaed away auddcnly on 

March 4 .11 tlir honip i.f her eon. John, 
at W'llkiii'huiK Pa U 8.A . Ethel May 
Fulton She was born in NewcastteHm' 
Tyne, Etigland. and ha'd been a reeldeivt 
of Vicl'oria and Chemainui for the past 
Iwenlv years. 

The rrniains are fP S tl n k gT-WPt~.i1t ^rtrs 
I'uiieral Home and (unrr.il servurs «lll be 
held on RaluidHv aliiTiioon at 3 JO o clock 
at 8t Michael and All AngeLv' Cii^feh. 
Chemalnua. tniermeni will be maCv in t 
CI)emBlaua Cemetery. 



13 



WANTBD-MAU HELP 



fpULLY QUAUPIED MECHAfOO RE- 
luired' dn weekly oasis. Replies con- 
ftjUentlal. Box 5334. C olonist. 

BCX>KKEEPER.~WITH IN- 
soOoffVanneu probealtlon 

Box 4706. Colonist. , 



*v d 



THE MAI80M TYRRELL HAIR- 
dressipg Parlors, David Spencer. Ltd., 
ere speclaligine in the neweat of 
machlneiesa permanehts, "Zotos' and 
Jinal. tha ariatocrats of all pcrmanauia 
E 4141 



U 'ANTED - 
ve'imnil 



INSTBUCTIQN 



MOMPUCTE.. PItACTICAL AND HOME 



.MOMOR t . 1*1 da at irftecurrad on March 
10, at -the Royal Jtibilee Huapitai ol 

Edward H Wlgiuorr. a .ed rin.ilv l,i>iir 
years, a native o( Newport. Isle .>| Wix ii 
and a resident of Victoria tor i*M;fy 
(ive >eari. hitr reMdciice 4«7 Siiiidiri 
Blieel. Ksqulmnit The lai*' Mi "Wi.,inot> 
la stirvlved by-iUs vodow at the l.uiiu 
. rPMdenre. and Mure ^ons. Hlch;i:d II Hm 
l,r; Wietiiore of Hull, Fn'ilii-nd, Gf-ufs' , 
Ariliiir Wigrrorr, ol Mi-f-t:!!: i irr^ \,i \ 
end VVill ,tpi Wliin o.r te<,ldii\g at 1412 1 
( i i\d'to. k Klrerl. F.s niimalt one daugh- I 
Te-, MT^ Marv- WM<m»i», of Hull. Ehg- ' 
land. aii4-l«it erandrliildn'i I 
The funeral has b'fii iirranrr.l • r 
flace from the Thomson E'uneriil Cl t.cJ 
rn Monday sflernoon. March 13, st 3 
« clock Intennenf will be Jngde In the 
CoUood Burial Park — ; — 



radio and television, air rondiiioiiini and 
I refrigeration tr electrn iiy National 
Schools representatives. A W Taylor. 
1(10034. or A bwanston. O ttiar-b^Sttte 
1 Box 4150. Colonist 



4 NNA8 TAYLOR BEAUTY SALON. 1004 
« a Broad Street, featuring new Spring 
heir stylpg for Bnring fashlona. E 6015. 

FADED 
Beauty Salon. 104 
I Formerly Ivy's » 



/4LAMOR TINT 10 BEAUTIFY 
' ■ hair. 
Broughinn 



8u«sex 
E 5115 



IIERMANENI SPkCIALSl WITHOUI 
- alar ir ietty- and no macnine Up and 



up. up and down, hair styling laequerine 
and crrMBlIizmg All (eatured at l.a 
Fraiii-e Beauty Salon T27 Ynte- ft 0 7443 



HOLLY- 
I 0433 



A 



A' 



A 



woo* djilO^^OAl 

;ciAL. priceT^tVo V 

ilial dry iniidc nr bloi k 
k siab. 12-111.. (Uhmii 



WEEKS— 

mistd 



SPECIAL. 
Mala 

with bark siab. 12-111.. »uhihi iicver in 
water, beat;, lurflwoni i ..' 75 cd . 

2 cd.s . 15. Heavy k'.ni) li.ji., b ii,,mii. 13-ln,. 
13. bone-dry, ta cd . jinaiue bima'a, 14 MuH 
be moved. fc«oke Diry Wood Co, E 8V3,'<. 

URIfLANU lUlCK BARK~8LAB 
and itisidt oiutka. U-inch. cuar AI nr> 
12 75 cd , 3 cdi Ij Insidt oiock. 11 Dry 
Maiahai, Is id Dry coiUwuod 01 oaia. 
Hi 5(j l p-Islaud Ol acferiicd ka«ausl. unit 
».i .11 (1 1 JOhu Wood. 2ol4 uo.igiaj. E 2 j43 

ilARUAl/*— triOVt LirtOTHo, uotilut 

Br blocks; mixed with neavy oaix 
slabs, from Maiahat Guaranteed never to 
water. Ready lor basement: 1 cd . la.iSi 1 
cd s.. 15 B uo kc Lake W ood £ 9 1 1 1 O III). 

A BARGAIN - HEAVY^BAKk" klaB 
mixed with inside bloiks, ue.ti u, 
water, an l2-in Diy »3 iij mI . in 3.<;a. 
lOti. IH jU. I , cd.-. , 14 ,iU Horn UuDcaL 
Tie Mill*. H illcrt. t l-uei Co G 3()I.) 

A LL COOPEHAOr^OOD Ai FLEL CoT 
*» Ltd.— Quality boue-dry Mo\e»o<xl. 13 
'1 Cd. Ktadlinr. SliO id inside blocas, 
S3 Jt ed. Heater blocks; <3 5u Eurnsta 
Oiocks. *3 75 G 3341 

1 12-IN. CEDAR. Tcbb , »j ij, MUbl 

move 50 ed». bone-dry luduglag on 




I X .\ X X X I 
1422 

LUMBER 



A 



pFRMANEWS. IINTI.M. I- I f : 
• wood Beauty Shop, 617 FOrl 



H W AN^BO-^FEMALB bBt.F 

I X " M I I 
I ' I rainir 



MINION- PROVINCIAL YOtfTH 
inc prooramme. Six m out hs - free 

ro',1 r odcred in home aervir* training 
Availab le to all girls between the atex of 
II at^d Jil. wno are.not gaibfuUy employed. ! 

Apply s' YWCA iiiiniediatelv. 



riMt E HIL DA BB AWT¥ BH O P-iS gBelA L- 

. » ising all leading methods of per- 
manent.. UM Nejpo^t Avenue 

Y'lCTOFUA -. BB «U| TB r pAtn«'t<,S i MJ. 



per- 

r fr,32 

E8515 roi » golat perm iieiii m. ,t 
perlenced operatorr^- iTIt Bi.oed Street 



.Mnhihat slabwudd 

1 >'>iii . 11.011 Fuel 



■ Wtl lie n lesis. 13 1 rd 

I- 4 .14. 



MOCJUE- WHirriNGrON 
COMPANY LIMITED 
Established 1893 
GE 8TOCK • RIGHT PRICES 
er. Millwork. Oyproc. Masonito. 
Gy4>sum Wool, bhlngiea. El«. 

I V-aLLBOABDS in STANDARD makes' 

' • lir .nsnels in ne* embossed psitern 



ir 

discount 

|>lack SOIL, manure, rock tor 

rockeries and terrac ai F.o.lin 

/ 'bw MAFTURE, 13.50 YxT IXMD. BLACK 

' "lil.^J ^0 73. load Plione Empire 



I 'OMI UIINO SCALES FROM laO UP 

^ A , w«rth. til Pandora Ave B foai 

I 1EDAR POSTS. ROUND OR SPLIT. FOR 
V-» any purpose Phone E 2329 



4'2P ii(m;«i . , 

EAU IIFUL c;o<:KKH i'UPS, REUS AND 



I JEAU 
J> bla 
Douglas 

/ lANARY 
* from 



G 6731 



HENS. LARGE 8BLB0TION. 
_ . „ " large breeding cBaag, 15. 

Pet ."Thop. 1412 Douglas. 0 8731. 

^yANTED- YOUNG DOG* 



Gordon 
^yANTED 



ENOUSH 
E 8619 after 8. 



OR 



pets. 



HOME EXJR 2 GOOD DOGS. 
Phone Belmont 58G. 



*n<icFixANEnr • 



/ 'LOVER and Timothy, mixed.' and oat 
' hay, 120 tun. del. Keating 74X. Mlchell. 



UMLL.PAY CASH POIt. LARGE OR SMALL 
milk rpulc^BQg 5570. cmooisL 



47 



ROOM AND BOAitD 



BOARD AND ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME 
Reaaonabla M» Oovoeament Strppt 



JOOD BOARD ROOM. -!• MINUTES TO 
* husine-.«. 43a Vancouver. G 7388 



■PWO-ROOMED PARTLY - F. II, M. SI I ED 
a^- apartniriii ,•:,„„ j.^, Siin^,oe Hiieet. 

ntHEBARTHA Ans.ViewRt Cnfurnishei 
a suites (or rent 434 Sayw ard 0 101^ 
I -BOOM APARTMENT. MnnKMa~f^B? 

^ place, Frigidaire. garagei aoBr parb. 

car. r 1942 217 Cook Street. 

707 "'-ANSHAHO ST.. 3-n60M SUITML 
• " I turn . h w h. Aleo gingle h k. 

'> AND 1-ROOM SUITES- UaHT.~ ■RAT 
- included Srott A^artmeiau^ O filfc 

(>()(> «OAO 8» t-IVANHOr-l-' 

U, BOUSBS TO BBNT 



roBNians 



L^URNISHBtt TWO BBDROOM&' mSL 
■IS, kitchen, phona. water. IM. 

■35l^ys ndora Avenue Ow ner 12841 

/ JONEALE8 BAY-POUR ItooM^Bi^NOAl 
low; ra^ saraee. Plione r . 4 ,1 

( )AK DAY COTTAOt NEAR 3EA rWO 

-..h..''"w':fp.'*ln°cK""'^''^"'**'''^ 



triong. Purnlahed 
487 Moniera, AVin^p'^ reaaoneble 



MB 



,31] ""ICOK HT . Ave r.-„„s geragg 
1316 CARNSKW ST . (lie rooms, fur- 

nsre 

1004 CARBERRY G A R D E N 8.' ' iii 
rooma. ligiii floors, furnae* 
aara«« 

I5M 



•njs 



garaae 

WILMOT PLACE. 



I33.it 

.11 e...:;- r- a'l'cn rooms. 



atucco 



«a» .«»««««•• SON. 

818 Fori 8t 



I5n oa 

LTD. 

Phone G 8134 

K4I FI'I.LFHION ST. -8 roomS """" 
110 EUERTS b-r -8 rooma 
140 VICTORIA AVE.-S r«.ma ■ 



P. R. SHOWN di SONS. LTD. 
iUI Broad Street 



833 M 

$18.08 
131 4| 




II .K 
II. Good 



E 7079 



nqoMS BOARD IF DEsmrn 
locality. Walking d. stance. 



IJURO 
'man- 



MACHINERV DISPLAY - HICK. 



I.^NOLISH BABY BUOOY, NEW 
■ ^ tlon. ISM Grahaib Street. 



E V rr ). t hiin 
Lumber Co.. 



lor building' R' A Green 

Ltd.. 3330 Doutlaa. G I6i} 



SaBJBMtlitNO. PVIK. RROC8. CTT 

\' ''OUNG MAN'S 
blito ault, tl» 
Cleaned. 8 MM. 




NDI- 



1>LEA8ANT HOME. IN NICK DIHTRICT; 
good table 1153 Burdett E 483» 



CARBfnUY GARDENS, NEAI^ 

For' urouiid 'loor room, con- 



DOL lU.K - B;(EAS'1 FI) 
35 Good condition 



tOD 



/ SHE8TBRP1BLDS. NEW TBHMS OIRBCT 
from the wareho<ii« Yob aave tha 
overiirsd expense Cbb ba aaos Bl Raabey 

storage Company 

I kINING TABLE.~VERY OOOD~CONUl 

• ' l.on. 1850. Phone O 1B53 

/ jAK CHINA~CABiNrr. S24 50. 

* ' bed. 18. Piano benches, tS 50. 



Bro^ , 733 Fort 8t._.JSMl3. 

I IRIVATE • 8~A LE PURNlfuR8 
f china: Garden Mil. 



WALL 
Holland 

^D 



705 



atnck ciuiHB. 4 jbAK swivel 

chain and 4 roll-top desks. All like 

J M WILLOWS 
Johnson Slrert O arden •4424 , 

"Better Clasa Uaed PurAlture" 



i BAUUAIN YOt i-A.S Uti'i-'^D 0..\ — i;t>.. 
'» Lsland llrst-4iHHaWi ni, tcauy l» ptiin 

GDpa as c o T dwoB d. » ton (<srd». tiowJrr' 

Ronald Ho.iKiiis Coal A< Wuoo Co. £7:118 



TBLFER-On liUrcn 10,. 1|39 

TeMer. ailHer of Mrs Atnes 
^ home. Seavlew Read. Ten 

good tlxly-six years, tiorii in Balerno 

Scotland. And a resident of this rity f.'i 

twenty-nine years, 

TVIvate funeral service In Hayward'e 
B.C. Pu'nara^ Chapel on Monday, Rev. P 
Mm •ffietatlnt. *-'VTrU? at 



IADIE.S A 8PF:CIAL CLASS IN HAIR 
^ rirr>sing lor women between 35 and 
IS now fornlilM Victoria 
SchiHj^ Woolworth Building 

U 'ANTED 
ingmen 



irnlysls. platinum 
at Pomeroy's. 103 



i> aiaeeW Bl i f ■ 
nppdle Mrs. RufkcII. 
Pomer oy's. 103 Woolworth. F 3515 

Ha?rdr*aislM ! "/"T^S MACHINFIFfS NON-ELECTHS^ 
al i.rrmanen" rt n-.-er's Beauty 



HOUSEKEEPER EOR WoHK- 
„. ^ I .,.|i....„ and two ciilldreti. i«>-nly 
'dolBv ir n?r t «^**^^tm :Vjciorja:_»W- a .month - Sep. 
Sue' Poiiit I '•"t" WrllP t Roper, co Ouoimlt 

I.iirhcr Co . ^rnic VIPW PO Br' 



MOORE Mrs Annie d<-\Volf Moore. »ldow 
of the lale Thomas A Moore, p»«ed 
away in' tntt ct^ on March 10, in her 
flghty-flrrt year Mrs, Moore is survived 
hv one son William MfC Moore, of V«i,- 
rouvev BC, aud •«» dainhlrr. VIKS 
Helen R Moore, of 816 Madison Si reel 

. Wltb whom (he re>:ded^^a^ briMhrrs in 

*Nova Scbtia and t«o rrandchlldrrn Ml 
Vanceuvee. SC. Mrs Moore was born 111 
Pugwoah. NB,. on March 34, 1858. and 
lived for a number of y^ars In Haluax 
N8 In the 8prina o( IIIVT. Mr and Mis 
Moore and family moved 'o Filn or tnu 
Alia., where they made their home for 
nnaair yaara. eaming to Victoria m 1933 
The late Mya. Moore waa a life member 
of the woaiaa'a jUaalanary •acietr of the 
Methodist MNMlr Bad tdbft b keen in- 
lereat in tbe aoMoty until faning health 
, made II imposslbla for her to attend lha 
""Mrvices. ' ^ 

Private funeralsprylrp8 4»lll be ^^^j^_lP 

March IS. at 3 3fl Inlermenl will ha made 
In f'le fsmlW plot IP Rnss Bar Ce-neterv 
'Calaarv I.rimonlon Halifax I.eih>>ri(l€e 

fcSteUM^gmSM JM£B*abbS J 



U 'AM rU RILI 



.lABUr COOK-GENERAL 
laniily flrferences te- 
auMrri Bus .-.487. Colonist 



It 



AOBNTt WAMZtU.. 



'ViEN-OET INTO THE BIO MONBT BND 
*'* of tailoring Held with DraW AXlUTfi 
the line that Hra you big proflta— and 
aivps your ruatowtpr real aattcfarttwn 
Es«v sales hit parninxs liberal free rait 
offer and a te«tetL.*alaa plan that assures 
succeu even for beginners Money-making 
super sBlee outfit PRBE. Write at once 

MOrtTRiAL"** * 




VI^BRATIOMB, rtbolHRg. pelntlnc. 
orating, shincling H John<on t 



ahlfli 

AJ 0RC06 - noi/^bk wi;«i>< . 
•_ cieanad eutJ>tda 8c each O »021 j ^ 

8u]hUr JtXCBl7 ' ^ 



1 7 



Salon. 7t4 V;rw JBiXfe' f 44JJ 
— « 

BEAUTY 8PECIALS1 

Keep > B we baauii eosit low or taking 

advintsre of the Avalon Annex rrducrd 
price'' You ai!i flrd msn» npporlunities 
•o >nva for the orire of every kind el 
oeauty aid and everr piias* of oeauty is 
•ery reasonable 

No appointtiirni necessary- coma la any 
•IBM rsb wish 

AVALON 

Pbaae 8MI3 



4 LL BONE DRY SlOVEWOOft.W As CD. I 
•s w K.i.dl.iis. il.io. Inside . blDcks,' 13 50 ' " 
fd. Heater b.ocks. — - ' - 

A 



cd. E5033 

1 SEMt-ORY HEAVY BARK MIXED 
.^blsck. t3.50'cd . dry. |3 85. O 3I3J. 

DRYLAND— Dry Inalde. heavy park 
alab. I2-U>.. gale Si 15 cd E 8551 — 



A riooii .<^fi.i' rioN np c.'^kd 
H , : M I 1 ■ ' K 
■ Also AnHIUrv At |.rj''r.t mrgl 
■ ■ -PeU vrry hrfe m ( ;tT — \ 
RKIP S H'R.M r'JKI. 
7 Fl'-i'l s-'-r. ■ (■ „r,, y f,-3 

«•» FICfc Al>n MU Rt EQl iPMk.M 

I VESK& CBAIRA~PIUNo T cABI N«ii L 
^ etc . pew end reconditioned Dtagoa- 
ll.tiixn. Lfd.. 1310 Oovt St. 01114. 

I"F MISICAt IstSTRl'Ml.NTH 



pOR LOOSELBAF REQUIREMEl 
*- All Special Porma Ruled andlMkde 
to rirder - Alao Blaab Bookg ol 

(.very De.scription 

Ledger and Columnar SlrBfll. ~BIBd-' 
trs and Files Carried in Btocb. 

' ' T H r t O tio .vrsT -H 
Commercial I>-p«rttncnlg 
1311 Broad Street 

r^AIRBANICS-MOnSB ELECTRIC WASH* 
• er 11.09 w«<rkly. 7:8', F'. t 

HORSE MANURE. SOIL Any <iuani.ly' 
ilclivercd Bray s rrauKltr. Lid O 7823 

IF YOU WANT A REAL GOOD BUY IN 
■ an riectric washrr. phone me at 8 Mil. 
Ask for Mark Russell. . ^ 

1^ ELVINATOR Refrlaerator. 8 cu. (i ca- 

»» naritv tievT jbeen used, spensl |150 

Murphy E)'i ( o Ltd . 751 Valrs G1713 

I AWN KOI.Lf.H.S - 24-INCH ROLLERS. 

14 and 18 .nches In diameter, all-steel. 
rIectrlS wt'idid, variable weight. Priced 
at tlO and 4^5 CapiUl Iron it Meta<«. 
-Ltd., ine-ll Store Street. Phone Ci 2434. 

I ADIE.H HiHl rjENTS Bulla. Cu.tom laii- 
ond !■ . I guaiBfiieed British clotna 131 
•IP ■ Murrert r taitiiT"anop._TTT8 Nlananaro 

MUKIticO^NOW ioc PMl-LB "n » A0 i 8' 
aat. 18 .ocakUliil tints Harte-An- 
drej'a Paints Til View st O 4713 

%| bDlLM-SIZfc MEN S 3-PIECt DRESS | 



48 KOOM AND BUAKU WANTED 



iM "IL""* PAt^KiNor rioHAoay PHoiii 

lln ei*M '' V""* '* rapraaeniativ, 
will eall and eaplain out aervi.* 

SJlX ROOMS. 3150 CARHOLL 8TRE£T~ 

I..K. yj?V' *»»«"n»nt Wltb iBundrv 
tuba and furnace, garaae. Phone OM?L 

rPHRER - R(X>MED COTTAOE.~N«WLY 

rhone'r%5.'- 

4 -rcxjmI stucco; 135. T^ooiircbT^ 

lage. iRwan Lake dlHrlcl Il5i 7-roo^ 
127 50 5, room, furnp.led. Gorge 135 >■ 

1'""? 'Pl'.tnient. ti3.50, end maaa otbaia 

Apply Oimmmm Ba^.ti .•S>'_T!rr'9 
O 1141. 



part men 
QAarao 



i 'IKlLIMAN DF..S1RES BEDROOM. FrP- 
* I ling-rooni with piano and full noard 
garage. State lerma. A. Bee, 165 West Oi- 
bofne. North Vancouver. • 

It ifiGibkrTO BBirff sv 



pOLUMBU ROOMA PANDORA AT 
Broad - HouaekatelM or turniahed 
rooms Hot Bad 04X4 ^^r Oilit 

OXFbRD HOUSE. 74;<'« Fort— Housekeep- 
ing rrr.s . h -c »«t<r wk G5)«8 

V'ORK Ht/TEL JOHNSON AT DOUG- 
laa Modern, comforubia^ laaapaaaiea' 



t9A 



I'^WANTTEDTp RENT-IIOISES 

I y ANTED - TUB USTINOS ~OF~TOUB 
»» houspa. flats and apartmenla, Ow 
rental deparimenl has lenaols 
Prompt attention given to all 
\ Oaatae ^RaadaH. ||M Ooaalaar Bt. 



OlW 

waiiiaa. 



S7A 



ri'RNiNnin 



\1 'ANTED. BY MARRIED COUPLE.' NO 

* * children, furnished houM la Ob* tay. 
UNIORNtaKBD 



O 4846. 
«7B 



K-")! n-ROOM COTTAGE WITH HRB- 
a wa<e and bstii laside four-mile crri,. 
W',11,'1 i,;y on easy terms. Box 8831. 



/ iBCIL Hotel. 1131 Slanabard 81 Room. 
' with or w.ttiout bath, rearonaoia rates 

1, ELDERLY LADY. UVINO ALTiNK 
* wiahea to rent a Tumiabod room to 
lady tenant. Phone B MM. 

I^IAniui Mt/rU.- PPPUBITE CITY 
r tftif— - Co M l O lta b U Wtntet^ euBrters 
Well-heated riioina from 13 Houaekeeplog 
privi.rgri Props. Scrutoh * Nunn. 



IIEULIRED PROMKfLY KOK RENTAL, 
I *» for Kncllah family of three. gitrarlTve 
I 1. Mirrn resldeiice, preferably unfurniahed. 

U'ANTElJ~rTWo 
(Ot 



lUsge P!,r 



TllltrE - ROOH 

"I- 01 a 7IU. 



HIT^ HOTEL 710 PORT - BSOROOItSr 
suites, tiuu.sckcepiug rooms, elevators 



W 



ll> £ 8330 



Ressoriahie raiea O IIM 

H l^.H h NISHED. "WbATED HCMMd! 

ii-.r <■>. Kiii r en pi Hale family. gar- 
Id Box .'. . , ;. coibtioi. ■ 



age. Pail.'. 



I lAIR OP SHUPIBLU VAMpLSSTICKS. 
■ 10 iixchea Emi). made about liao. 120 



27J4.. 



i LL KINDS. ARY LENOIll. Uic», ooob- 1*- 
• » cedat. II lor.d. 2 for II 75 E 67*3 I ' 



A 



bulk 



-S'RF.rNH. hAWDUKL. 
'4 • x'v -.uk- E 3R.'4 



tj 25 



HI At I Il-Ul. ALASON Jt JUaCIl PLAY 
.'' piai,,., hke nr« wiih 83 good 
I'l- "t riri^ n,u. ic. at a barga'm 1 rii-e 
, ■ .rpri>e vou' y Ssiier. 1J13 



aKd 



E UR.NIT URE 
O 4413 or E 3031, 



FOR. SALE 



ANNEX » 

irapooOalBe 8 raat 



t3 

.>»ga.i 



EDUCATIONAL 



D9TAI 

• •T enimpnt. OMUI...8 

aJiMPLi ri8b "dHofc THAND 
13 Ipssona Private luitioi 



tary 104 
Government 



rrtniTn BAoe 
■ tin 



NM GOV- 
W MaunsPll 

rauon m 

on 'My Becra. 

Bundiaa. iiM 



r^BAOFPEUR. TOUNQ 
^ l e al MI Mia i Ba . Bi ll i b a s iSBa y a Bok 

H 



^T MARGARET 8 SU8INKSB SU4tl>Ole- 
^ Junior Housa^St Margaret s School 
Miss w u Milliaata. principal fe ri34 

^pRorr«8iMM •vMwiBBB - iNSTrnnrl 

O -Couraec •trnoaraphy. gaae 
commerrla) radlo>elegraphy O 4513 

sTAM SHI 'W HiyOl BTENOORAPMY- 

ua< iu< Junctiaa Mtaa O Dtcksea 



a 'i,HIi.^u( ,,, so ANV. LENGTH i' DRY' 
I 'Od millaood I cd , i: 75, 3 cda.. 85 

Vv_8ii BoB«Hdry. ii-in.. ll sb ed E 3703 



JJOUBLE SCRXSNBO Na 1 ^88 P*R 
, BAWDUVr 

-fiittU from the Youbou MUl 
to Yoirr Bin 

Kitchen Ranae Burner Sawd^gt.Ouy 

' ■ ' '■ • ""IHiecigRy 



ITcHFn RA.VG8 AND FURNACE 
BURNXRS IN8TALL8D-4iAyi8rAC- 



1,''-Fl..AT 
perle 



,r Atj'K 6 A X . ■ 

Xoonditiaiv. 
me^ tfft 



8ILVXR P1>ATED 
130 (.> 2774 AlkO 



/TRXVlJ PIA.SO. ENTIRELY REC<;NU1- . 
* ' Honed, beautiful roaewood BBM. fi^aaik 



t3}36. 



X'BW CORNET AltD CABS. IM. 8ANJ0'. 

SIM. RickTrSg. iw ju n i i an ii.'- 



t 'l IIA.NO 

, • inioi.e 

UOLLb RAZURa Si IS 3|-Ih bUlT CAStM 
11 50, b-powei priamatics lil.au. fleid 
I giassri 16 la. 80- 3b rifie 133. 33 riOa 14 3k. 
I mudguard* 39c. PMlals 3»e, Uuni op tiret 
II 10. ini.er"ttlBe| "IR. .wide nandtesars 
11 75, buy • oiocl* illiO, radio tdbea IBCT' 
rpt'crsaef lu suit any aiaht 11.15. Aaroa-' 
son a Cut K^te Store. 1318 Oov I SUec£ 

.GOODS. SUNDBIBBk- -XXdZ 
plain, sealed wrapMr po'at. 

paid by uf. Wr.ie for mail-order cala- 
Irisuc ui\:ng 8u per cent. Mall-Ordei 
I' l ' H',x SI. Hatninon, o».l. 



ULSBER 
-ISTalled In 




■ Tww nw Bi mmp 

- ^ t tsrr tw vic a bo . 



f 4i#r 



COIOBlgt 

AND- WORKING 

at 



MLSIC 



I y t 



nn lARM MANMiFR I ^PANISH AND HAWAIIAN 

' <fPC'' y^*^ ,^ ikiaada, 1 and maodoHaa. Hours. 3 ii 
KM. c i a l asta s . ^ . - | •atarMurs t M li IbBtlsas 1818 



HAWAIIAN OUITAR* 

\9 % daily 



^ ^ . Tlfl^H. 1x4 Mrs. 
bone-drv fir alabwood mixed. 13 35 cd 
t>one-de» mm9 Mo-Kc I.S net cd bone, 
dry he... .|gB>. |^ p,r ed : No 1 fir mill. 
• cvi rr'ixed inside blocks. 13 pff cj 
jnsld* blocks »4 per cd . heavy slabs. 13 5« 

►r ed, Bfebvams DiSRlaa nt wood 



d^EF THE LATE8T MODEL 
Prafpselonel Oold Ijir iu* 
complete -wHh de luve 1 1. ' 
instrument and ee eeWint 
Tw a^^) . 
' PUTTCHER BROS. (Victoria 
ItIO Do4iglaa Street 



CANADIAN 1 

I'l'fed Tr'i:< pel. ( 
■'■ A tirh,'?., 
va.ua ax. t4H <(>.-.-, 



K 



l-.D 



PLLVERIJTED MANURE, iSc 
sr HlU Hoad. 0 3705. 




V'''^<J£H SEWING IMCHINB. Demonsira- 
■•^ t bi ' . latdlt typB Red ur ed 



er Sewing Machine Co.. 



31 MOtSEKEEPINU BOOMS 
TO BENT ^ 



JkLLIO.MOBILES 

TIRFJJ 



/MR BATTERY. ONLY 14 »« BRAND 

"'* .P"* ".i",,"' """ ' "isnufsc 
. •• Modern WIILr.rry ( ,,, ,->,d Early 
'11 hariism tergeson Broa.. 
I. af'l Hirrei • ' 



/ "^irrnn """ihr ■/i it i 

' il 5(1 wceg -UP iIlF'e lioa 

riwo" LAROE~ PRON'l ~KOOMS. 115. 
-J^ .BB » l y -lurnithfd. tlX: melb.i.. waa^i 



JJJit OaliA - H W H«ki. Modern neii 
Tp"eir. aea. Room II. suite lis t 74«3 

SIA Fl-RNIWHFD 

^ nRACTIVE HOUSBKEEPUtO.JtUUMjl 
<a Oftoaanira Uouae Inapect tbta Barm 
euMt botoi for Wiomi eomlor t 1M Part 84- - 

/ lOMPORTABUL CLBAN ftSSSfTBTBR 1' 
ctmvenience lis Vanrouver 8t. BOOfk- 

I^-'RONT BED-SITTING ftO-jM^ KITCUfftj 
. siBs i Kg rfoir.e 107 Vit,">uver Rt 




pr;(* S.na- 
^air» E65.3 



UIMOER dClMOTRIO SEWISr. :.«A(vHI\F 

il » lUM miM.j 1 



1,'RO.NT RiKjM. Krj< llENriTE. 
• .i.s:e 110 up H r W E 004' 

y' 1. I'l 



TV.'I H'.',,M P'TIE, 
- •' . ' H .'I, •.;.'t 



TWO 

8AAM* 
Box 



,y..L,..'l.i_l 



I SONSOLB RADIOS. OUARA.MtJED 
H7 50 and utv"^ roeh. II a a c 

ElPCtric Radio Dept Douail< Rtrrrt i' 

HAOioS POR HIRE. WEEK OR MONTH 
RadMa repaired iiiM>a le.i«d- tree 

Aaronson » ij2fi f" < t 

s^iLl' oood R-AHIo 
*7 trie., fcary r rirt 



fTWO-POOT POW ER UXJM,S 
1 30-!n CardWii n.ac^.rif 



'aiT- n.ad» to order E L'O'i 



,«URNiaU8D 4SU0bn2lPlf)O HOOMS 
Piau eebiba 14 mo op lOia Hiilctda 



.fe , 'I 



O 4723 



OE.VKKAL 

lo i:', r r 



t'SED 
* roo< 

tM(iels< 



CARINaO- 
I rondiiion. MAcOBaaM 
»t View R 1171 



Mta. 

1 tm 



■i' 

nrjc, 



'ENTff BAILS TARPAULINS. R'm; 
eg»aaa. lawaeb heodai ' H i . . r J<. 
* Brw . 7-L4d-? ST O J o lirra o ii Street 0 4^ '. 

\%'HrrE ROT*R»'«lidTltI( ( ABINtT 
"•^-erwinea mar hine. SM. 0 2700 



'HEKL- «MAIR& 



f 



HOBPITAL 
M4 Oouglaa ' 



BEOS 
EI141 



Hl'M rrXWART-WAHNCR PIVE-TUNT' 



.;k)w 



V . ■ : 
c ::74 



I 

ir 

r ■ 
II 

ICE LARGE U6uSXKEEPtNO 



' SFKEEPINO ROOM WITH KfTCH 
"'^ •' eat. gas. garage Cos* In 
. f.'i 5 ;03l Carbfrrv (,..r^f, 

fKFIPINO ROOMft, HEAT, OA«! 
r««\ff.«t>le 1:45 Ro'k'.sr.d 



for one. SI weekly IIM VgBeoaeer St 



^0 Wtr«eHISaTKft CAirBINP 
enderful coodltidM. ntbl aSB», 
ta bay. OTin. 



SMALL 
— J^fNOLB 

" ntS ikllHU BiMMw" 
. iyY 9Uk, 8N I 



SOUTH BBOROOM CLOSE 

distnci. M ariaa 



' ' N'CI a ' 
' » •■ ... \j I 



IN 

Ifrt 

^4> ; 
CARa'sBAi 



jrRlCXa.80.4XlW YOP < AN AFKoRu 
BEOO MOTOR UfiBU ( AU 

/ -"HOICB' WTrTWrYOl it PICK FTIOM 



$Ji75 



' A rxW SAMPLES 

DURANT DB LUX8 SEDAN. 
StOek 191 

■fWEX CHAIJ.ENGFR 
SEDAN. Stock 141 

rORD Dt LUXE SEDAN. 
Block 154 

DrjD08T?I trxr syi,A?« 
f-'o-k 18« . 

BiJICK OE LUXE .1 :m'( 

filoek 114 
CHEVROL«T DE LUXE 

SEDAN. .Stock 111 
DURANT I>BJ47XB OOHtk 

..Slock iirf/: 

lUlCK DB bVXB OOVPB. 

Storlt tW''^.*; 



4 



Many Mora td Cboota Prom 
Liberal Terms Liberal TrpdM 

BEOO MOTOR CO.. MD. 
817 Talea St M8 TbtM M. 

- ■■■ I O 1144 

ROOM f hymoulb • Oferyalar • DodSd • Db 



I.^OR BALB-IIM rORO tOWN 
I et^ell.-' f^dltlWI IhrB M a rb fti 
rr ^ vi aijli^d. BOOK tirsai 

13(5 rs.r. tfox 5M4 roiontet 
LX>RSALr 1138 CHRY8LBROOAC«.|l|L 
r rbaaa.BMaL. — ZZ:> 




^4 



(. 1, 



THE DAILY COLQNiSTV VlgtO^ SATURnAY, MARCH 11, 1939 



V 



s 



4^ 



A Mar tJorB usy Jte adjgrs— Property ior S ale or T rade 



TO OUTOF-TOWN 
^4U8SCRIBEftS 

* Ou^«f 'iMn wJbKftm Mihr hmK 
to antwtr adHflitiHMBlkJ 

only tht ict«phor« rvrrtw e» 

*s givtrv m«y mil Ihtir 
replies to Th« CclooDl. yx) Th» 
Colo 'It cofrmuni 
plies to <hg ad^iiMi. 



■ALJC. 



BARGAIN PRIOB. 

emipc. im, with 
idUlM. fO«d UrM. 

■ An. 




FOR YOUR C AR 
WE WIU. ■ PAY HPOT CASH — HO 

WAltlMO- roK cxxju MTS 

/ ItOOCL CARS 
IMTERS MOTOR CO., LTD. 



In Yalta BtrMt 



Fbeat C U41 



IXM. 8At*— IMI WILLYS-KXICiH-r SB- 
dan. Ttiree ntw htavy (lui> iirai: 

Uood. upholitery. Utut Mil lao Phone 
T. I6<2 ^ ^ 

I.X)R SALE IMO CHEVROLET COACH, 
good tlrcn. n(« b«llrr> ItSI lirrnrc. 
-pmaa, runnlBi order. SM cMt>. *li a 
" ■as.AMl. rnlmilat 



A SIXTY DAY FTJIJ. WARRANTY 
WITH THE (~AR Y<JU 8UTI 



TURN TO PApi ; 

2 

AND lUCAD TUI IMETAU^OF TUB 
tIBBMI* OUAitAVrBB 



YOU CAN PICK A 
Kiiiiw po.iii.\<>l> ihiil 
iraS WUI IMV* IHMXPCCtWl Mp«tUM 10 

Ml DM MUM«lst« Mttin. 



IT MBAtfS THAT 
car with (afety 



NATIONAL MOTOR CO.. LTD. 
•II Yatct S(re«t PtMM O tm 



■ UNKie AL' IU WHKClUUt. E 7ft31. BEST 
»' pncf.i p»i<J lor your car. Part* loi 
all can and UucKt. 9)7 Vlt«. 

MUST BACRineB MY im va OQ^H. 
im llcanec (MO. Mali or tortnt 



new In evm raapoct. 

Pullr luaranteed 



-de luxe Uk«- 



roRO SEUAN-Anoibar car Itiat U bard 
. to tell from brsod ■•«• Bduimnrnt 
Includes hot vattr l)*aur. ft()'>*^ 
Ouaranterd «B'tr_il 

MABH COUPE- flr«t-claM coDdltloo Intidr 
Mt. A rMl sood "^3*-^5 



ALAKbl BXCLU8IVB HIOH-CtASB 
■ ueat houaa with bcaStlful arvuiids. 
cloao In. Motliinc better can b* ollvred 
ih th« eltr to aajr party capabl* ol property 
•Pdtatlni 1%. ruUi lurnlabed. Price In- 



i) 



iOootlnuod> 
WNER WILL SACRIFICE EIGHT-ROOM 



near Dousiaa. Apply on prtmlaaa. 



•I' 



■oAm. im domMBoni Bt. B 



OAVI8-OKAX4 MOrrOM, IAD;, 
Bukk U4 OldHBCMM C*M 
OJi,C. Trueka 
Oucaa J^l Btmt ot QusBrs. Vtctvria 



CHEVHULfT SEDAN .... 



SU5 



aI'STIN " ' 8ALOOK...T?.i>..-;.2»- • 

•►"'••■r 

CHEVROLET COUPE . . . 
KORU COUPE 



>AHTNER WITH 1500 



AOaviW BBDAM .,...>... ..•...'...^^^•J 
OJUHAM 8BOAN 

fR.).{;k Either 
^J' J'J I 5328. Co; 

I W'l'-'- PAY C 

ftKl"! 1 
CObFB..7 .fl^.»t»»l - 



/ iONYERa-W)^KRS OO , ill BROUOH- 
yj toil atreet. the only firm tn>rictorla 
ipeclaiuing in tli| aale of bualneHca 

/ lOJilPECTibNERY"" AND~ O R^OBR T 
' store, nice rlmn utork and flStufMa 

llvipi quorterk Prirr 1300. K SIH33. 

ARB VOU UOINO INIX) BUSI*fBB8« - 

DO YOU KtlUW YOUR REQUIKEkXllTS 
-What t« ti)« bati locailoo for your 
business? We lavit* Inqulrtaa from inUi- 
vlduaU requlrlas adfTct oa bualnesa prob- 
lems. Traffic survey* and rtporu auppUad. 

ISLAND iNVBvnmrr oa, ltd. 
lOM Bread Btreet . Phone aixit i 
Bgafaaa Preyertlea Uated 

7lET READY FOR ToljRiBT SEASON- 
^ f Olft novelty shop for aale: t2M) cash. 



> ■ eti H -» Mi t«alow. attmtM kelweea Oak Bay 

Ortrnit and Peit B t raat. -ge ai e u riwtieBifnt. 
furnace. Entrance hall, larce Itvlni-room 
and dlnlnc-rooi!.. ex-n ti«a««te; 4iM*hen 
with every coDvcm^nre. Best plumbini. 
Upslalri, three large brdroonif «i'h iloihfj 
elosets. Large lot. Cutiaec lu the rear, 
with (oparate entrance, will pa^- the tanes 
wImh rented. OaraM, Wondsrtif^'Iilae. at 
Roberr oriikb * Co.. lU iwltord 
BulMlBB. Vlctdcis. . . ... 



lull pn<f Blrlcnfi.'i re».ion for selllnB 

agfiu.K Hox .'>fi23. Coloiiivl 



No 



EXCKPITONAL 
buslnrku opportunity Office wiij,. 
ex Iu\r.^lnietit fully secured box 
5328. Coioni.st 



>2DMMBII COTTAOE. M MINDTBB MMI 
^ town; warm be thine, dock, beat- Btm 

W'B CAN HIOHLY RECOMMEND THIfl 
** ^autlfully finished, all-room, stucco 



OMmMU^ cni'PE 

Many Others 
~ THOB PLIMLBY. LTD. 
-^-^^ - BtUbitahed Xm ~ 



ttlO Tatee 



Till- 



JAMESON MQTOR3 l-OR BEar 

IN UatlJ CARS 
1»38 lilUJilAN UE LLXE aEUAN 

- A .NEARLY NEW CAR . . 
1»30 MaKWWETTE MtUAM-IN 

CJtCELLENT CONDITION . 
ISaS CHRYSLER SMALL ' «' 

REDAN-iese UCENCB 

1933 I T ItKAPLANI 

SEDAN 

1N3 BUICK BPBCIAL ' •" 

MDAN 

1935 mrVKOI.ET aBDAN» 

I.IKK NEW 

1935 



VALU££ 



(* 1 »1 \IU\ - HARDW 
qPl«MaJiA/ Plr-t-cla ^ 



AQ/W) DOWN. BALAffcB ARRANOED. 
qfOlIU buys pretty Saaolcb bungalow 
(like nrwi Has tour nice roWO. tsclud- 
iiig large modern kitchen, cement baj(- 
ment. furnace and garage Cedar Mding 
coMfitrurdon and Mtuaird on quiirKr mri' 

nice home Uir .•nti.rori'- Prh c 
ttllUk DOWN. BALANCB ARRANGED. 

drxUll buya attractive. Baanlch bunga- 
low ot-als room*, with open nr« and other 
niea feature*. Tbteie lota. vlOi SOXnA 
garate. (rulU. etc. * Price .....€'-.»'W 

/ \AK BAY- A LOVELT HOME. Ju.^t rom- 
! ^ ' pirted. with .«:x « rll-» rranRfd rooms. 
I iitcludln* larce llvinarTMHLL^nJnt-rooro. 
I modern kitchen, nunroom <denl,' two line 
AHM hoH I AH( iK OK h.maLl bedrooms, full rement. ba**nent with gar- 
ly.-j ci.i.),,! r »<(• and washtuba. ■ An aiceptlonal how. 

Kiiuated on one of Oak Bay's 
br.it ftreets. Price 

A .S MILLEJI 

1309 Blaashard «ire«_ 



IN THE MATTf R af the Folate mt DAVID 
. W. WlLUAHti. «Mh*r»iM 1>AV1D WIL- 
UAM«, Late af lha CUy •! VtaleeU. la 
Ika Pravlnre of Britlik G«lM*Ma. 
' Ure^, Dacsascd. ^ J 

VrOTlCB I* Hereby given, puriuent to 

Set Hon la of tha 'Truatea Act. 
RSBC. 193*. Chapter 3*3. that all credl- 
lor» and others havinii claims 6r demands 
atalnst the Vatatc or tlir Kaid David W. 
Williams. athar«la» David Williams, who 
died on vhe ntlTday al January. IISI, at 
victoria aloreaatd. art requli-cd on or be- 
fore the' 12th day (,f April. 1B39. lo lend 
(he rear, i by p"sI | rti>Hiil, or deliver to George Henry 
Roas -and Lewis #YederlcK Mayhood. the 
nae«tor*'oI th* laat Will and Teaiament 
at the fatd deeeaaod. at the offices oi 
Hetaterman A Manaar. let Yates. Street 
Twtorla. B.C.. tbalr Ohrtattan names and 
surnames, addresaei and deacrlptlous. the 
full partlculara of their clalma, a atatement 
of their adcounts and the nature of Uie 
serurltlea, If aner heK »rHiMM. nd la k e 
notice thai after aueh la at -mentioned date 
the .i»id Exerutors wlU proceed to dis- 
tribute Ihf assris of the .^aid dcre.ised 
amon* the parlies entitled (hereto, bavina 
regard eaiy to the elalau aC which tbey 
shall then have notice, and that the aald 
Executors will not be Hable for the nld 
aasets or any part thereof to any per.son or 
peraons of whoae clalmi notice ahall not 
have been raeeiffgd >» Mw at the tlBia of 
auch distribution. , > 

Daleci t!., loth duv (.r March, 1«U, 

^ HEISTI^MAN dt MANZIR. 

^ ikiUelttn tor the aaM Bxeeutori. 



ITO: 



HKill - t:LAE8 GLi.S'1 
hoii',. Wry centrsl. 

UWARE BUSINESS. 

biiiidiiiK, with 
ipodcrn apartment Slock at InVoie*. 

JgQQQ-ABT BOBINBBa 

POOD OBOCBBT BU8INEB8, 
•trvTftV with re*miiM>pradvelna build- 
inc. Stork at laiolee. 

EXCLDBIVB LADIB8' 



WXAB 

buMnesa>^4tock at Ineatee 

»*.n-' !5;lS(Kr *cK8MiTiima an* 

»*_ I . ) ' " ' ' WELDING buslnea*. 

»4fc'~ I " 'nUi-C^ONFECTIONERT BUBINEaa 

^?J+.l «*J.-IA; uvin« quarter*. 



OONTBRB-WIUUBflUCO- 



. . . . • a * • ■' . .„ 



BBTAII BTOBIO 



BNOINB RBBORINO SPECIAUSTS 



KORI) DE LUXB ftHI"!! ir^** RENT— NEW BTOBBB- HEART Ot 

coiT'K .♦!ri.'«» *■ the reinii dnm& %aa 'te Speocer'a 

1937 FORii PICK-UP tier.!!": i^P ?''' ^- ' Heath. Ml Tatae Btren. Vie- 

DEI.IVERTF ^Kf.l fJfni', B.c - - 

^mT" **" '■ S;7J)r> ' I WANT A G00d"^I^10NERY JM, 



TOPB OIL PUMPIMO. pUton alap and 

reatvrea new emiaa perlftrmance 
t37.M Up. IncMtBB par 



CHBT DOWIUITB 
13« 



<tt aai I^bor 
tTlOl CARAOE 
B 1411 



TOUR ijun CMMUm PO« u>w 
BPMMQ BALB PMdM OM 
^ OUARANTBBD CABB 



s 



'AIT RDAY 13 THB LA8T DAY OF Ot H 

bia Sprint Bala . . . aa hurry and 
the BMpla* •( raBu**d-to>tba-Uai.\ 



,$ir>o 

1250 

*(;i.>5 

.#875 



4AME.SON MOTORS. LIMITED 

740 Broufbien street 



S71)5 f 

" * ^ ' A iiin e ii 

53m. ColonUt 



1.S450JI) 



E mplre 0(33 



OtSIDB BU BWBMl PB OFttTT 

SACWrfCE ■ 

Choice Retail Area 

Reduced From ftW^nn 
iM.500 to ^OUUU 

Property 30 x IJO 

^tea>oiinl>If Term'. Allow i<l Iiiiniedi.ite 
Poaaesalon - Your Golden Opportunity 



I*UUb at OfBee 



II. O. DALBY di CO.. LTD. - 
•M View AOppealte B U Bi W *) 



OAK BAY PAkllLY BOME AT 
RED'JCED PRR-B 

SiiLisied nui fur from Bekch Drive nnd 
seafrunt on pa\ed nnd boulrvardpd 
•treeti but taxes very low. Llviim- 
>rilOtn. open IirepUrr. dUiiiu--roum alth 
bli U t- lH buffet, kitchen, bathroom. 4 
tood bedrooms. Cement basement, 
furnace, tubs, garaee. Finihhrrt iii<nir> 
room In bawmeBt with open tirrplno- 

ESV""' $2650 

LABESn>t COTTAGE 
Bltuated Lana/erd Lake; fully faralabad 
4-rooni cettaee, very comfortable: water, 

electric liuhl sood boat landlne. Splen- 
did cliiikcr-built roK'boAl. CkjC* .a^ liii:i 
exceptional iirUe of 

only . . , . 

Arthur E. Haynes, itda 

7-!3 FORT STRUT 



$950 



UAdoubtediT one of th> finest boardtna 
houses in the city— showing at rreseni 
a lurnovei' of more than *^fHl aM""r 
CaU M ottlce lor fuU parUaSnT 

UPUHDSRfSIOEIieE 

Colonial type, teml-bmiialow. two bed- 
rooms down and bkth; two bedrooma ur. 
End bath, alao trunk room: OIl-o-Matlc 
burner: nice lot: cood view of sea and 

OFFERS WANTED 

Mukr nn offer uu any of these R.tiik 
Street, near Fort, fine I'u-slory bou»e. 
aeven robots, new roof: worth 11.750. 
Cook Btreet, near Bmpreia. aretty five- 

y-BMBl bunaaUui. lu good &hapc. Oak Bay 
home, nne location, .voulh of the A\r- 
nue. four roor:is down and Hirer uv » 
good famllv hOtlMt.JMt 
erey School;^ 

wartt . . .T T. 



$2950 



iMitriitlfo Bansalow 

The latett In buncalowa, near sea. Oak 
Bay, An* viewa: rontatns five large 
rooms, beautifully finished M i-t he 
.eei. ,o^b. appr^ilat.-. 54353 

WALKING DISTANICE 



Two new ^tt^^( 

^•i-Kt tuU ba»e> 



"li'in In e> 1 
u ) I taca — 



99 1 U SB* 9«V f V 



THE B.C. LAND 

AND *WVESTMENT AGENCY LTD. 

|| • • < ,( H I VI I IM \ 1 I , I 1 ■. 




CHAPTER XXX 



She looked up st him and a &low 
flush .spread through h»r face. Wa.s 
he >eri ou8? Waa tha t why he had 
brought her to New York? Bi^t she 
could not would not believe that. 
Thlii Job, the opportunity to work, 
was all tfie had, left -now. As long 



TAKE YOUR mOICB bp 
THESE COUPEB 



1M1 BUIOK 

BBUaW ..••••i^to.. 

im noun ^'thA- 

OOUPB 

1914 FORD Y' 

SALOON 

1936 FOHU V-8 TOURING 
F'OHDOR 

1937 f ORD V-a 

TUDOR 

1931 FORD V-l rORDOR— 

UE LUXB 

ItJO CHEVROLET SEDAN 

OBUVBRY 

IMS PORO V-* EXPRESS 

DELIVERY 



CHEVROLET COUPE. 
CHBVROLBT COUPB, 
CHBVROLBT COUPS, 

cHBVRourr>;<^cPB . 

PONTUC CQUPB . . ., 



$05 
S195 

$725 
$675 



CECII, EVE M!;TORS. LTD. 
Ystfs at Qii.ifira ."-tiecls 
Pontiac Cars G.M C Trucks 



lurnacar *afa »a, . 



SIX- 



'itO 



■OTBtB. AMKmBNTR 

. BOOMiMo muom 



IP YOU HAVE A qOOO ROOMING HOU&E 
for tale, una fun paMIcoiars to ,Boa 



76 EXCHANGE— REAL ESTATE 

HAVE CLEAR - TITLED. SIX - ROOM 
»t'icro bungalow, located in Vlrtorli. 
and valued at 13,000 Will r\r:<an,r for 
Vancouver laland watertmrr , f v or 
Vancouver revenue - prodnr;' i r l erty 
Will abnorb or pay cash difference. Send 
full p.ii : i, u 1 s (.) f o Hox 872, Vancouver 

SASKATCHEWAN F AR.M. NORTH BAT- 
tleford. 401 acres. 300 eulllva'ed. 



btiilrllnxit. 
K t 



for Vlctorln properlv. Owner. 



U'lIJ^, EXCHANGE FIVE-ROOM BUNGA- 
low on Linden Avenue for k Bummer 
Place at Deep Covei- Box S5U, ColoQlat. 



NATIONAL MOTOR CO 
•W TaiMa Street ' 

Open Bveulnsa 



$450 

LTD. 

OHTT 



1937 < IIEVHOLET COUPE 

rpHIR CAR HAS RUN ONLY a.See MILE9 

1 We don't have lo talk If you vlU look 
11 over. 

JONES BROS.' 8ERVICB BTA'^ION, 
UMITBD 

C«». Tataa and Owdra Phane B 403 1 



8BD TIRBB ALWAY8 STOCKED. RE- 

Tir* 

Herald. BIHl 



u 

Barvlca. IW Oo v t 

SPBCIALI 

YOOB .eROiPB- WMIPPR ■ 
<>wheel brake*. 

-OH- _ 



7« 



tXCEP'lIUNAL VALUES! 
IfkOr NASH - L,ArAYETTE SEDAN - 
I lie) I Equipped mllh new tires, flrat- 
class condition throudiout. Here is a rnr 
that will *lve th«u«aad* ol miles of tn'n 

$2L>5|-t'''°"''''' $050 

NA.sii .sm.\N — Here Is a real 
Xt/«>M smart appearina car equipped 
with alde-monau, trunk, 4t4^f11 
etc! Only fl^t»IU 

I B T A TOa SEDAN j ^N 

$350 ground 

klANT OTHERS 
BUKTON A WILUAJiB MOTOR8. 

LTD. 

Naah-LaPayette AaenU 
loei Btanahard Btreet Phone B t4l4 

OPBN BVENINaB 



77 UtmCGl C/U«CILLIO 

I SELKIRK AVENUE OPP THE MAR- 
• '•►t I;,' v\\;>r be;n« renovated. 



HOUSU rOB 8ALI 



OOINO BACK TO TflB PAKM 



1931"!^ 

•t«Blr 





Anatbar teM buy ft•^r;lV ' ideally aituated "on Kich rominaifirtar 

In Saanlch. Six good lots with 
ample fruit lrer« small fruln. etr. Owner 
will give a barsnin. rnsh or terms, or will 
exehance.for southern Alberta farm land. 



WB PIMAMOB 0A« PCnKUUBM 
U>W RATB 



5% 



«*■ BBDAN. 



ON DNPAID BALANCB 
Ma Baflaaaelat 

OtUCBra; HAItT * op.. LTD 

«ii Fort Street Phone O 1181-3 



RALPH H. 

3M Pamberton Bids. 



WILSON 

Phaa* BN13 



. • CASrt- Nb fRAOM 

<^ ~ REVERCOMB MOTORB 
f«l Vl«« Bleaal : , ~ . 



B4«31 



FOUR-.'n'AR i:SED I AR.S 
PLUS AN orPOHI't.NnY To WIN A 
NEW CAR PUR A USED CAR 



Dawn Payaient 

$115 

$125 
$1 15 
!*1 15 



i 



V' 



Ills Willys 

SEDAN 

1933 n YMOfTH 
PEDAN 

1934 TrRRAPI.ANE 
SEDAN y ...;.<•• 

1934 ."1 tJDEBAKtA 
SEDAN 

1938 CHEVROLET flTIANnAKl) *^ J ( j^j 

Ills CHBVROLrr MABTBlt 

BBDAN 

IIM CNBYBOLVr klABTER 

OOAOM 

im CMinWMT MABTBR 

'OOUPB , 

INS OUMMOBAB 

BBDAN .. 

IttT CHBVBObBT MABTBR 

BCOAN . ___ 

1917 (TlFVPoirr MASTER 

COUPE 

IIM CHEVROLET MABTBR 
DE LUXE REDAN 

If Your Present Cur I(iii»:» t',- Dnwn 
Payment There IV No Cash Required 



193* AUSTIN lU ' SALOON t«75 

19ie SINGER SALOON, mlleae* only 

^ 13.00.1 1475 

193.^ I HEVROLET IJE I,i;XE C OUPE. 

new radio .... tM5 

i»3» I'OKD COVnt. rxcetlent rubtyrr. 

• luei overhauled lies 

And'BiVertl Cheap but ReliabrTCars Under 
1100. Includin* Llei 



A OOOD SOLIDLT BUILT, FIVE-ROOM 
bimvuNir. off Oorge Road, in city 
Open fireplace In llvlng-roore. nl'-e dm ni- 
rr.om. iwo berlroonn. full cement biisemei.t 
furnace, corner lot nil In garden. 11.850 
Owner. Box 2294. Colonisi. . 

NEW STUCCO BUNGALOW 
FIVE ROOMS AND BATHROOM 
( 40MPLBTE AND UP TO DATE IN EVERT 

^ way. he«emMtr Tiirnace. (sraae. fire, 
place. OBk floor*. French door.< enlrn'nce 
hall, cintrai hall. Pembroke bath and 
sheerer: numerous special built-in feature*, 
eleetrle flatures. etc : clear title 
ONLY (3.905— TERMS 
— • IBtS Cash. Balance Arraneed 
L. M. ROBEVEAR A CO . LTD 
no Union Bide., 613 view Ht O 8041 

—f^*GftTAMi-*lVt RfX)M3. (»ARAOF. 1900 
V>-or nesr offer Mar« 8t To vli'w. E 1»75 



^rr^»Q— OO^B^Mev faur-rooot bun^ 

•*l|ViWV-OAK BAT— MMera Bve-rooa 
<N)mAI bdnaalow. 

S')7fV|-O0"OB #ATBRFRONT^'Mod- 
i> i UU MTB alxoraaai huacalOw. Lot 

SO S 100. 

CONTBItB-WlLDBRB CO. 

•31 Brouahton St. <8ee W H. Hilton) 



$1750 



L O C A r E I) IN EWJUIMALT. 
Trl«"''f/ ju.,t out'.lde of citv. Four-room 
ll|ungalow, living-room, two bedroom*, tluee- 
Dlece bathroom, kitchen and ba.^ement, all 
in rirflt-class condition A good buv 

T*tik- LOCATED AT FtJUL BAY A 
few hundred feet from the Kea. ' 
A five-raan bvnaalaw. Aaaeaant, fumaae 
and taraie, A real buy. 

BrB. HBATR 
I3S Yates Street Phone B 4041 



:m7 

nice lot 



WASHINGTON AVENUE,. SIX- 
ronin dwellins fiirnace,_garage: 

iir:. ' Jl .'''Xi F li)13 



79 WANTED TO BUY— HOUSEH 



11 



AVE Bl'Vm FOR B ROOMED DWELL- 
ing. waifrfroiil or sea view. 

See T H MoiiK 
J. H. WHIiTOME CO., IXD. 

EI6HT-ROOM B U N O A L O W — llf. Pemhcilan Bldg. Fhone E Mil 



VVANTED^FOUR-ROOM MODERN BUN- 
vv BBiow. Fairfield district preferred. 



■alow 

Price 11.500 



thurburn a btrmb 
B OIIS Oorner Pandora and Ouadra* iMenT 

Price 



in* CHEVROLET TRUCK. 

STAKL LODY, 

1-ton 

1130 RUGBY CANOPY. 

^•>"n 

IS34 DODGfc CANOPY 

DEUVERY 

POfcTEH 8 OARAGE 

751 Johnsoi, 



$100 

$!N5 
$585 



^BTAT* EACHidCINO 2' ACRE."?, JO 
J Eearlnv fruit trees, hen hou«e. brooder 
hotiae: rQSIco honi£ of't rooms. Good bn*r- 

*-.!.!rrf: $2250 



JUMX rAOM 
1131 Oovernment Btreet 



Phone ES144 



11»ANTE1> TWO FIVF - ROOM BUNOA- 
' '■ lows to apply as down p.ivmenta on 
two rooming hou«e». 

T6ur Ll.'ting* Will Have Our Prompt 
AttenUcn 
ISLAND INVEBTMENT CO . LTD. 
:on« Brip«d .street Ci 7148-7 

ttV>|U|i| TO 43.500 CASH -SMALL SEA- 
V*iUW front property, easy reach of 
Victoria; electrlt;lty. water: viclntty of Dun- 
can, near bu^ route nreferred Full par- 
tiealate firm letter Box 5608. Colonist 

W PROPERTY FOR SALE 



nil I r; I woon 

IvF.i.HmrnT, siiuaikjn. hioh wmi 
' fine scenic view Excellent bunmilow 
w.th nil ( on veiueiicev . fine gHrdcn. toiTcii rr 
with a cottage, which 1< rented sH 
lime. Two reres of choice land 
In lawn and orchard. Price 



$3500 



JOHN OREENWOOb 
1339 Broad J|feet 



$170 
$175 
$1 75 
$1S5 
$105 
$105 
$2:55 



WIUIOM * CABBLDU. LTD, 
Tn Tlte*. B ITM 171 T*le», B 1107 



A RIAL BU8INB88 OPPORTUNnV 
. FOR CAR BUYERS 

' IT ♦tLL MORE THAN PAV YOti TO IN 

TMmoATB THBaB:POwr 



BUYS 1930 MODEL A' PORO 
I udor, I wo new lire*, body and 

'MlMv in bettei than avlfrace condition 
CoNipaie our price with any other iwjo 
Hupmoblle tour-door sedan. 1: ree new 
ttrea. *ou<l paint and inierloi oiiiacv iu.,,i 
rellned W frank Cameron Auto Peru 
ftSl View Street Phone E 663'i 

BLACK HAWK SEDAN, |J50 
1931 Duiant 6 Sedan, llOO 
Ford^on tractor, overhauled Parts lor all 
makes of cera and tra^ka Hydra ullr 
hoists — ' 

CLARKE 8 Atr rO A TROCK T»\n TS ' 

^.-CYLINnER STrtTOBBAKER IN SPUN- 
(iKl conri.tlon with 1931 licence, at 
%n<T.t\ r iTire of 1275. See It today. Louis 
Ne|,.oii V (inraae. BIO Johnson Street. 

Ill* Mi BANTAM SPORT ROADSTER -1 
} '''';' ""It eone MO aiUegi.alKty liiiles 
Jo lallon: .mappy little eST. 1131 with 
Ih-enee. Phone O 4611 

jtln CASH, BALANCE »I0 PER MONTH. 

l»u>ia 1938 Clievtoirt rnupr tloo 1 
condition. Will trade for inolorcyCle 
Apply 1731 Qu.»dra .Street 

t ll«M» CHEVRCLTT cduPB^N^VnTT 
i^'ar*' good Condition. Cheap fol- eaeh 

I'hone r 1931, 

■i' M rflnrHi a 1 HHApe ^att I 
licence term* cheap KWSt 

FDAN -MSo'cAiM^ 



REAL VALUE 

P^OUR-ROOM BUNGALOW, MODERN 
with basement, ill uated In Saanlch 
Low taxes, Near achool and bus . 1900 

C^AIRFIELO - MODERN FIVE - ROOM 
bunitalow with birement. furnacf and 
earace. nice riiMrict: neir rea t3 000 
• Or will rii t t.) reliable pariylJ 
LCB A FRA8ER CO . LTD. | 
13^3 Broajd Bireei ' ' 1 4773 

pOR SALt-FIVE^ROOMBD "cotTAOE. 
1 recently built.. Mth lerden. some fruit 
tree;, good water aupply. Near school. 
P.O nnd churches. I Prlee. II. ISO. 

Real Eatale an4 Insurance Ai*nt 
r WALUCH. coWleh*n_Bt*tion PO. 

p-'OR 8ALB-6-'ROOM J-STORTlllOUBiE, 

a Robertson fireet. Foul Buy S-'plece 
ftsthrooin and esrsse in b>«>emeiii 11.000 
c« ' hil.iiirr tTin m rent Ii<ix 63i;;. 

II KIH ULADHA. 12. 7.^0 3EVEN ROOMa, 
I livlng-rooni. dining-room w.-li fire- j 
plscr^p hurflwood floors, furnace nlr con- 
di' .oned benutlful larie lot; 13 X 3M. CUtse 
to f: .r . rnt car fare. Baanleh Uke*. 1131' 

Uu.Mir,! Street I 

IIOI-3F.S Bl n r ON IN.Sl ALLMtKT i 
* ol.in I) H Bale. co:itracior. Fort S'lil 1 
8<ndfcona 1 

IANOFORI)' FUR Room BL'NC.AUjW j 
^ baaemenl. garage. Price 11 0,0 K »8.13 I 

N^EW 4-ROOM SAANICH BUNGALOW 
City boundafr, .WarAlirsi^h Street 
ES177 or E 5251 —w-^^- - 



TOWNER PARK ON HIAANICH ARM 

SEAntoNT -srrts for summer or 
permanent tiomes. eXCUUonally at- 
-travtlve in respect to price*, uneommetily 
eaay lerma of Tia'ymenU a*i>ect, ecenery, 
toll, depth of lots and eereaae, electricity, 
telephone, proximity to eacellcnt jtrepar. 
etory and hiib •chooler plenty at water 
and food roada_. 0*1* la »a4 let a 
then' mike arran gam aata ta eta« this 
property 

THE ROYAL IRUST COMPANY 
Exclusive Agents for Owner 
1203 Government St -Phone* E 4136. E1130 

fpHREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS IN 
-1 Baanlch. near .i ihi>r Hoepital. BIOIS. 



PEMBERTOM'S 



; f S fWDOWN 

OAK BAT. flve-reom brand new mod- 
rmlitte stLcco buncalow. Balance at 

130 FEB MONTH 

An Unusual Opportunity to Purch»*« 

a Home 

JAMES BAY 

SEE this five-room bunihlow set. in a 
lo'.elv garden with first-clats hiwri 
llii.> basement with full helBhl com rcc 
fojnda'.ion. Just off the s> < A S » 
minutes' walk from centra 
To SEE this excellent bar 
uain i l'.one O RI34 Pr ri- 

EXCLUSIVE LISTING 

Four larte rooma and hallway. New 

roof, new I'lnmhinK. lot fenced, .some 
ireos and - i:!.!'!. .As a rental proposi 
lion It shows a net return of $130 per 
annum. A aultable horn* for a youn* 
man In iteady work who wants to buy 
on terra*. Within l^«>mlle nr 
only tM par Ecar. 
Price 



$1750 



$850 



CONSTANCE COVE 

Almoat new. white, cedir-sldlrit home, 
cotlase style,' built by an arlUl. Lovely 
inin«-r<om and sun room with wide 
sunny windows overlookina Con.slanc* 
Ce\e. Floor* are eelccted herdwodd. 
TWO bit flreplaee*. Two bedrooms, din- 
ln(>room. Over an acre of fir and yew 
trees. ,Lols of aplendld eoil andr-aom* 
rock garden. Location aecluried from 
road. -Thla la a remark- 
able value at 

CITY 

within one-mile circle, close to Victoria 
llmh School. Hve-rnoni frame bunga- 
low in very good condition. Pull 
plumbinz, garage. This place has been 
net: kept. Taxea $54, la payln>; m p 
cent on lavaetmant. 

Pure . 



$3950 



$1000 



POPULAR GORGE DISTRICT 

Ihret -room bungalow In Gorge district, 
attached ear**c, coved rellinga, oak 
floors, bullt-ln features in kitchen, 
large dinette, large llvlni-room. artis- 
tic fireplace: rement walks cood, hlsh 
tind. This Is a very PrMtjr place 
Price, with reasonable 
terms ^ 



S21filL 



Pemberton & Son 



Limited 



POn A* BWM» 



PBONB OatM 



7-ROOM HOUSE IN HIGH 
PART OF CITY FOR 

$1500 

A commodious house, with a view pf the 
sea. Contains Urge llvln*-room with 
fiiepl.ip«. Oinlna-ruiitn. large kllrl'.in. 
one bedroom downxiaira . Upstairs are 
three bedrooma and bathroom, tieeplna 
porta. Furnace and caraee. Clog* to bD* 
!:r.p. 

Chnstocher & Swayne. Ltd 

fi;ti \ir^» sirrti rhonrt <* 41 M. <* 11.'? 
Hr.^1 IstjtP Intur&ncc 



OAK BAY 

MM CAM AND SM MONTRLT 

New, n.ortern. five-room buntralow. con- 
1,1, mill. .Ill the very lateAl features and 
a home y ou will , be proud ^^^Q^ 



to Mra. Price amy. 

$6750 



I— With term* to suit. New. 
ultra-modern.' six rooma, 
all on one floor, ideally aituated and a 
dream of a home. Thla h4MBa la 

l.'rte '.n e\rrv detail. 



BARGAIN FOR CASH— CITY 

$1100 



NLY buys fully-fuuilshed, 
six-room hou.se, cement 
bits,-ii:ci.!. furnace, laundry tuba, sepa- 
riie li.irase Vie* of ocesn Taxes $60 

.A hfirga:*; 



ACREAGE BARGAIN 

Fotir acre* choice land. Alt ciparei and 
cultivated. Hlfh location ' f 

Royaioitk Anwealb^re j^qqq 

WaJ.GUlUaiiil&Co. 



IMS BBOAD BTBEBT 



Gain 



OOLES,IHIWaii 
"7 CO., LTD. 



FAIRFIELD 

NEAR PARK AND SEA- SEMI-BUNGA- 
tOW. 8l;i iraU>arran*ed rooms, base- 
ment and furrace: nice garden sHraar 
on lane: excellent condition To I' .sf 
an rstate. thlg valuable ClCCfl 
rroiieriy i.s offered at 9 1 0911 

VICTORIA WEST 

VKAH HARBOR ANb THANf^PORTA- 
TlON-nne larte five-room bungalow 



W ith ■taira 18 ■Hie. OoM ~m mmmm 

eODdlUbn-rv-r; . , . . . I-OOU 

OAK-3AY 

OVBMiOORINO GOLF UNKB. HIGH 
POSITION, aiviadel locatfon. modrrn' 
seven-room alucco residence •nri : ,. I 
acre eardeiv: den with open firei 
oik floors We «rr ex- CCCAIl 
elusive agent' P: 999UU 

TEN MILE POINT 



SBAFRONT, ONE ACRE BEAUIIFUl 
GROUNDS and aheltered anchor aae. 
bathln* pool. Modern se vrii - room 

i^".'""";..... ..: .$1 2»500 

MILL BAY 

SIXTY ACIiBS raONTLNU VS MALA 
HAT DRITS and seafronr. Btx-room 
houac now belna completed. Suitable 
for private homa or *i**>f><Mj^QQ0 



bueineea, Oreat value 



ACREAGE 

FOIR AND ONE-THIRI) ACRES 
oriv :r . miles from Citw Hall, culti- 
vated and fenced. 35 fruit trees electric 
llCht, phone aiRT 41'aler. Grand view 
Splendid bulldlna alte. Owner. l"uv.Mif 

f^'r:!^:*. .'...S1100 

' RESTAURANT 

nniNn A frrEADY and profitable 

HrSINES.S 111 a bu-y cen're l ii-Isli.nd 
Accommodate forty per»Bn». Modern 
premi*** and equipment. Turnover 
about M.OOO, Show* cood net'proin. 
Oernar rottrlng from bual- 



S27S0 

COLES, HOWEU I 
JW.,LTD. 



•M VIEW HTRBET 



<; HIT! 



aoc 



OAK RAt 



1 \AK BAY - VERY CHOICE BLILDINO | 

* ' alje. hlih location, with tree* C9119 



8AANICB 



BZCBPTtONAL BUT 



'^IJ^ — "; ONE MINUTE PROM OOROE 



I.) 



bu' 



practically new. modern. 



stucco, foul -room home wrh living- 
room 'open fliepla ei. two bedroom)., 
kitchen with built-in features iiiiei 
sink' small dinette, laundry room 
with tubs, hardwood floors, gar^ire 
• tiBched to hou.se. tsx>s but IIS. 
Pne« reddiDed to make wiek eala. 



_ SAANICH REALTY COMPANY 

ISM Quadra Btreet Phone E oool 



Oali Bay 



TWO Lorn 

Tfila Is a trim, well-built, 
con.sistinB ot Uvlna-room 
floors and riraplsoa. 4lBin{* 
with oak floors, kiteban, t 
room* with, cood cloaet spar^ 
piece bathroom. There Is a 
baaement. hot air furnace 
garage. The t^n lots »v 
rhe *oil IS excellent, and Ir 
:>rnimental tree* and *hrul$a. 
full-bearlnx apple, peat, 
tnd nut tree* and bH«he< 



little home, 
with oak 
room also 

0 nice bed- 
and tnier- 
full Cement 
nd separate 

1 In garden 
addition lo 

iheife are 
eherry 



plum, 



$4000 

rA I'nieae Garden Ram,) 

Ker & Stephenson 
Limited 

Bxclatlee Ateate 
1171 r.evemmeaA Btredl Phaa* C, ti?7 



NORTH QUADRA 



S3260 



New. five-reomv modem bunaalew. 
i^rge. bright room: atalTway ta atUe. 
This Is a moat at.tiMtlea hawa ^t s 

reduced price. 



$1800 

SIX -room home, with new roof, new 
furnace, newly palnteid, blkh lacatlon. 
garage and'ba i a sH B t . 

OAltBAt— 
$2760 



^e- en -room family heaaa. /net like new 
HM.ie and*^!. Choice geetlon of Oak 

H,< V 

JNthiriy & {F$HM$lf 



Umlled 

«4 rOBT. AT BBOAD 



raONB B 1183 



OAK BAY 

$2,700 

A stucco buncalow of unusually pleas- 
Ine plan. The rorrii,n.1i()'is enliai.ie 
hall and llving-room I'nsint.^ a very 
attractive appearance Dininf-rontii nh'. 
French doors to secluded mrder i rrie 
bedrooms of aood alze. Modern kitchen 
and bathroom. Hat air baatinc, saraae, 
Larte lot. 

NEWSTEAD REALTY 

tit BOOLLARn <^a.n.<r<l> BI'ILDINO 
PHONE r ir.'l 



Make Own 
Income 

Hnndie>'ne house, fourteen room.' very 
,idai";ibie for hou.sekeeplns room' nr 
h'.iiidinii house Fine »ltu*tion, i e»t 
park and sea. Oak floor*, hot water 
h^tin. Ailft I^QQQ 

GILLESPIE, HART & CO* 

MMITED 

All FORT ST. VICTOBIA. B.C. 



Ps Ha Brown & Soiiti Ltda 

FORCED SALES-MUST GO 
WITHIN ONE WEEK 

NEAB BEAFRONT — Attractive stucco 
home of bungalow tvpe Six rooms 
down and "rir up -Extra Urge luins- 
fdiTii Willi iiprn fiiTiiUre. hanlwixid 
fioorn. ccmcfiL bascmcAt. — hal salAx. 



llf Bittit : dauMe- aaraae: laundry room. 
M> . Laftt. well-iald-out irounda. .Why 
not let u* *hawHrau Iblai-Aay teaaea- 
aMe affer «Bt ^ 



«ri.ENniD HOME—Boulevarded atreet. 
l*Ttt llvtnc-room with open firrplairvr 
<i nine-room, kitchen with lane brcak- 
', ' • nook, tiled sink. etc.. three bed- 
rooms cement basement, hot water 
heating, double gsraae. -and eood aar- 
7W ft ! il ae>' . T his property cost owner atioul 
$3,500, but for quick aale 
now offered at 



$2100 



' About IROO cash « ' 



h.ir 



lie this.) 



rU>KE TO ADMIRALS ROAD -Nearly 
new atucco buncalow af hleaalnc dcelgn. 
Pretty llvlnc-room withi open fireplace 
and hardwood floor: liablhet kitchen 
with tiled sink', two bedrooms, three- 
piece, bullt-ln bath with shower, 
rhrnniiuiu fittings, etc 
Terms arranged .... . 



$2150 



P. Re BrowR i $«iit, LMa 



III' nun Ml ^ T If I I r 



DODGf 
I .'•>♦> View : 



MM 
MM 



araciALB 

jMubvrn OS luxe sedan 

*e» yT a4» 8n iM«FiBr?Rr-^it*B wr 
* coa4lmea. 



'N 



« 4VTII> 



REST CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR AT 
Empress Sales. MO Yite.s G 3112 

i 4ASH FOR YOUrItAR FOR WRECKING 

^ ' Cameron Bros iiae cr*i«flowei poaea 



UU FORD vm tetM 

TUDOR 

HIT PORO 
S^DAN 



CAi:.'« vi \NTBD 



Compart these prices and Buy wlier* the 

overhead la lowtr. 
If your car has l»* licence w* will aiiow 

you the extra amount. 
Theee tour ears c»riy complete SP-da.' 

written guarantee snd 1!>3!> licence 
Over thirty others iii rrtre« randn* from 
J7« te tOOO (of )ou to select liqa> 

. MOTUAL AUTO BAt<B8 
Ml Johnten Street Phe«o ONdt. 



A. w wtmy. 
HILLMAN-HUMBBR DEALER 



A Ne«<C8r ChMtasMa ' 
I»M 

HILLMAN DB LUXB nSSKW 
Only Run 1000 Mllea~lt3» Ucence 
« ...a»d.U*ai*i. lot OBljL_ . ... 

$825 . ■ ^ 



M OTHBR OOOD OARB TO CIIOOBB 

FnnM AT BARGAIN PRICES 

Tetn<»— Open Evenlaa* Till »>-Tr*d** 



m BATH IT. 



oana 



U't BUY Otft RIGHT FOR^^CABBU-' 
foo^ caed eer*. lOM-IHt wodala 

JONES 8R08 SERVICE STATION. 
UMITBO 
Corner Ya'tu asd BaadfW 

Phona t 40)1 ' 

87 BOATS \M) LAI N( 1IE8 

HUAT ANa^NltfS KUR SALE - SlU t 
B«H«»r P*^, chryalet. 4 and * Dodiie 
Whjppet. Jordan e Ckmeron Sros . E (!!(!?« 

I I MHEH B'st iiuality MUuce iars! 

.M' !■« 1 tlsliiei Bo« Co O 1432 



on, HEATED HOUSE IN PATRFlEUi 

/iN yUET STRE5T WITHIN THE MILE 

' ' ciri le. lontainin'' nine rooin.s witli 
four ilrepl;ire» Downst.iirs cnn.tri-es Re- 
leeptiflh hnii wood- sired' Iivlrrr-Ttmfn • taree 
(I. nine -ro, mi; cosy den. pantry. kiN-hen a-wl 
iJiindiy mom Upstairs there are U\.m e...Kl 
.vised brdrooma With closet*. baihrooin 
— I inrt a seasrale toilet The basement, .i^t li 
>icne fou-idstinn and concrete fiooi. con-' 
tains the hot air healing «ystuiv.ttlth ll^r' 
oil burner and « loilet, The lot l« .SO x 164 

etth latie In rear off. which n th» «-r« r 
This houS* laJStttJOIRMB 1tT>ltj> r ■ 
dttton. end can be I < kill I 

boutm for ; . o^nMHI 

^TMB. ROYAL TRU8T C OM PART 
- V tFt ate DjMr - 



Rdir 

b 



tP- 1*1, A NO 



WATER- 



TTEH POINT - 14" ftCRBS.- 
frontage. on highways Offers EvlM 



M 



ACSEAQI WANTED 



\VAKTED~ PpnpF' 
, » V »t 



tlth live 

bejt , .1 ' 



?S ACRE* 
0.\e rte- 
Calunist 



IS FARMS fUb SALK 

eB^^^^^^^e^^^N^^N«i»^^»B^g^W^<l^*M 



THB BnuR O BBABON IB AT TOOR DOOR- 



Bt/T-A FARM 



$''50 ^'^'^^^'^ 



y H.lij I M -] III IAHD.S. t*2 VP 
met *| rfmves Bros . 1,'i (looS 
*o motors lor rent 



l,-«\If.Pi 
I-* H Ayli 
used moiiu 

I,'«OR SALE- -CABIN BOAT. 3« X *, 4-H P 
E> .St hope. Cheap for cMB. Phone 
EVIM between I and $ pm. '> 

VTRV 

r 



120J Government St. Pho n e * 'g 0111. EJtSO 

Aim HERB IB A VBHT DB8IR 
' ABLE ONB . . , 

rent«r''^ym»ni. i,,r • ■ y 
house close to city centre nr.si-riaM, cmii 

•ion t IS nrr month To;,i price ii.jio |4»,ijin*. earn and pa^tep. 
~;";(| TWO notisEs near hIor f^ngow. BRCRmt::E price. . 

•ri •iiJU BahaaT ' t* *eut* absentee! ,^ „. , „ „ .V.. ' 

owner'* •*tat*. The Mt*l price asked l- t '0* ^ ' ' to a -Good TenlhO 

.. SM, T^ene. '---^S-^^--^-; leader _Be.^^^^ 



ACtlBB, PRAj-riCALLY ALL CULTT- 

vatM and level land: eight - roorr 



\ taia will ahow you 

your money 



Ftltetn mile*. from eitv limits, 
you rind * better Iocs' or" 



Can 



'EW CEDAR 
re*-,onabie 



ROWBOAT;" 
1310 Oram. 



\\*7LL PAT tn CASH FOR I 

J» outbttard molor Johnson 
-Phflme r»4sT 



• »»«>":i|-APrKR VOU HAVE tX)OKRD I 

— »l any o:he- hn,i e. you ha^e' RWINER10N A CO. MMMHi | 

M,^r tM'"'"?'' >"•*' >■ °" 'i.'""'" t Sxclus'lve Aaent*. ON Brmichff.n fltr»et 

t'lis n ew mo d ern bungalow, loeated just off " 



Lakeside 



Fou*aeoom,__medenr buncalow. iw,, 
bedrooma, toliH'roam-mlth fuc»iace'. 
tHTee-plee* bathaaem, modem, kitchen, 
full cement bteement wi t h eate a tow i ' i i 

TW« well-kept bu/i*s!o'j,. Inab;.' n 1 •• ' 
year through, face-, toutli HaI i " 
property i}|k* • centl* piuf c '>"■ 
water. For one who is lo. k . i ■ .r a 
gn*p. thla hi In a rir -s - 
lea V inf ^ lhkif'"--''M 



dtdU*-aBA WW a aa* at . 



11300 



For More Pcrtieglars otrThls 
Oppvtuntty 

Ba a RARO fc C IrfNBIlAM ■** ■ 

Johistoa ft ConiMny 



1114 RROAD 8T. 



B M4I 



Fairfield— Close In 

Reven-room dwellint In nooci n , .i ; 
with two bedrooniv nr.fl bathroom down 
ami two beitroonis upstairs Firepla'-e 
it lomblred Jninf-room snd flin nir- 
I'i'iiii KlLLlieu wi'h p.in'ry ((ineii'. 
hi mtn e)» V , -hot -air furnace, laundry tubs, 

'r^ r. ; . $2000 

wni teetpi foOr or five-room buncalow- 
i^^yment. , 

Wit T. B. JBONK 

JJUnuttMiri Co.* Ui 



lla PFMBERTON Bi.nr. 



E «!» 



TO BUILDERS 

CLOSE TO WILLOWS SCHOOI. 
Beat cemalninc buy In Oak R" . vn, r 
street car aTd beach. Two ' ^^25 

. lO-^WHOLESALERS, ETC. 

OPPORTl NITV TO I I A-^r 
Three-story building, centre of city 
Orcrund floor atore 10 x 100 
T«" i.rt '-i floors, eaeh M a 100 



rTi i ii H ii i. Aaeni* . 



Smith Realty 



Ml Pembertew 



Btnt 



blinds and 
Terms In 



Ki 411 r 
1 referred 



Foul Bs- Rosrt light fixtures 

l:ri>!e,i:'- |-ir|;Kled St this pricf 
ti e riai t p»rf. 

jlyi^U^NJ^^Y EASY TERMS- A COT - 

WvaJW 4«ae <m Oram Bnreet. Ton rsr 
buy this plare cheaper 'Iran yi 

your preserf rent. 



17 



PARSIft WA.VTtI) 



you can p*> *«;MALL FARM 



U'HrN m iijiiNfi 
your *uppi:'- 
QH*de 



A n- 

,V 1 , 



A t nrv ( "^^fOR 

■ < • Me- 

; ' I- ; 141 



»• BtSINESB OPP$ITUNITliE 



We have li, lings for exchanse pronerlles in 
I V*»e<M»ver Victoria. Oak R««~-Mm- hamM 
for older ones. We Tinow you have res) 
estate problems which we would l»e able lo 
aaaiat you with The real fortunes the 
worTfl o\er hsve been rrade !n real fstate 
w>r not buv. «hd Improve your Ttoldints 
or edd to them' .JK* have many lUtini* to 
choose from. 



I. I \ 

I '"^ teiiial busiji. wall 

' Box s»e2. cmeniat 



F A D L B HOI sr. 

cri.oii ol purci..l.^f 



I »t sivr.ss w \ s I f.; 



v ( I t ■ 1 . 1 1 H r N r 
:«nn 



c.roRoEJB MIPALL 
4MBPainia« Bt. " 



, ^ 



N'(5TI<*E Is hereby giren ths' an Exirs- 
ordinary Meetinc'of the Victoria Unit 
No 12. Army A Naey.yeterana m caaad^ 
«.:: he held in the tfnit's Auditorium at | 
* P M PI-, Tue-day next, the 14ih d«r of 
Msren. 10JJ A msller i.f ;nipor «nce will 
-he bronchi ffp and aa msnv members I 
potsiBI* are reMMtHL '" ai<er.4 
^ RIVERS. 1 



BUILDING LOTS 



OAlC BAT 



Trsnsll 



SS « IM, not far 1' 
.. . ...... tsloO 

Roslin Raae. r.O-faaMr^^MMRnSPMOth of 
Windsor Road . . , .S32ft 

rCNTRAL 
Small .l|»t. Iiandy tH *trc^ cat*. SlOO 

J. C. 3RIDGMAN 



•at BraachUn U. 



Pban* t lUI 



To Exobange 

lieiishlfiil stuci o^s'iiil-hungslow. osk 
H«y Lafc* lo« in earden and oeks: 3-4 
r.edronms: oek ll^rs. automatic hr*t- 
.:.£. Venetian blthds, drapes and l i h e 
< ertric flxfnres are ln< ' ' ■ , - 

'111 accep t psrt_ixch*[i*e ; ' ► > 
pifi^annr properly. — ,$(J$QQ 



KtitttnMi. Forma ^ 

.... .-s oca view Btraat 



To the 

ONLY 



Right Parly 

Y^46e 



Bu^t you a brand new five-room mf>del 
Boise In Oak Bay An oppor; unity fr,r 
yew-' yeiu w c d ellawa who. have a stead v 
lob to own thli lovely home, and oniv 
i>sv balanr.e ag ytnt. Thla 1* a better 
;'r'S>'>*ltion than the National Housing 
Act can offer yo,l. Total pnca ta.COO. 



VAN DER VLIET, CABELDU 
& MAY, LTD. 

'Oppaeiee CelMiia4i 

i:i2 BBOAD E :i:4 



As she could keep busy «nd hold her 
tnind to oIlKV probkTUb, iJie was all 
riBht. But she had IQ-ren ft riMiily 
was" a Job and ihat s ,e was ct'us- 
chargliig_lM:x- never clearly dcUiod " 

duUes com po I c i\ttyr To seriously 

consider even lor a moment the 
possibiUty that B^rt haM created a . . 
place lor her for no iil4it»r "t'ea.sou .' 
than that he was iu jovj_wllU liBT* 
was to undtri^ilAe her seif<>i«speol. 

Waichhig tlu- dt'fix'mn|; color^ 4n 
her cheek*, Uart muiil hayB'g^tue<^ 
:tULttioucbt.lMhliid-4t; for he said 
quletl.v. •'! think I'm KomR to mm 'I 
you loasi' on the SpruiK Uawu iic- 
count. Would .Nou like that?" 
'iWhBteUd he mwin. tumiwnsSKc? " ' 
They didn't have Hie Spring Dawn 
account >«iv and only j-c.'-tcrdBy * 
Pj^j|P« h ad saltl he thoyghr ihB 
imeuhood Of their taking it away 
frgm ihe Witon peoptp w?..<; \x'T y ^ 
small, Sl^e remi nded hlni ol liutx. 

^"J-*Bn»crt to . know they hBvent ■ 
renewed with the Wll.son agciuy as 
yet." Barr lephtd. ; ahd until they . 
'1" AC .Mill have a c hB OC B. Dtd y o M - 
ever," he a<e>ked. "do any selling? " 

"Very Uttle." she admitted. 'Do^ 
you mean you want me toJ|ry to'— 
xll Uiem?" , - ^ — : 

■~He nodded. "First ol all. ol couibc, 

you nfust have something to bbU.*- - 

• "A programme?" 

' Yes.'BGt not Just a programme. 
It muisl be .-nmrthlli;; ^.uited tol 
product-, und_ .'io^ unu.sual that then 
can see possibilities in It over and 
A b o ve evenr thhiK that appiaT.s io~ 
them in the Wilson u-nal tlicy v« 
been iMying good money for Btnot 
1W5." 

"It Isn't." Laun Htid Ihoughtlully, , 
■a bad .- erlul. I UBBdliailBteta tO tt 
back liome.^ 

Bart made b tBee. '^AM serteb bib 

bad. Vdii'vc frot In find .M>jncthiiig ^ 
new. *„)iiKtJiinK fre.sh. an idea Uiat 
will .slap thfm right betWBBfi 
eyes— and.Atlclt. i can't even give 
you a lead and I probably wouldn't 
i: I could. You tv ill a fever todo 
.sonu'thlng and Im dro|>pin(; Um 
Spring Datvn baby in youi ijp ' 

Something iiusid*' Laura camp !• 
life Bart saw it in her eyes. 

Like the Idea^" hoosked, smiling. 

She wa.s looking out the window, 
.seeing .something in memory. bu| 
1 ' liead bobbed fKlekty. "Tw,- iht 
.said, and her voic wa.s vibrant. 
"Ves. I do. Bart I may tail, but - " 
Her ( \( s came aruulid to hla. "YoM 
want me ,to work wUh Mr, PhUhPt 
on It? ' , * 

■ You'd rather work Blonet"-. 

"y« " Eagerljr. , 

"All right, hup to it. We hBwai 
^•rrn able tonBIfr: thnn ai.vthlOf 
lliat would interest them, so doill 
let It worry you too 
can t put it over " 

Laura wa.s .Midd^niy on her foet. 
"l hank.'--, Bart. I ll t the 
Uawn file and see what'B 
up to date." 

L.iur,i did not <'onie'tO UM 'offtOB 
Tue (lav iiioriun? and for the flnil 
time iti w,.f.k.s Hart lunched alon«. 
He did not enjov ii r)if. unor. up), d 
(liair on the opposite side of the 
.-iniall table was the mbBt OO^plcloiis 
objeet In -the rfK.ni, mn inji- ,r- 
mlnderofn face and a vtju p and » , 
.S)iritii,il t IK o which hBd'COnM • 
be indispensable to hla happlnev . 

Wednesday pa.ssed and not even 
telephone call from LaUTB. Btlf 
grelv re.slJes:, irritable. 

He p .red the IfloOr of his dffioB 
Ihlnkiiif t .u-k ovier the w< rk niic« 
he had Jirht surirUed her wcfepiiig 
hi thei llttJe> dffi^ in tMe ke^btiry 
radio fijtatlon. Once he had | been 
quite ctrtain it | was Andy doopcr 
who sjood betlween them. But 
Cooper'l nuinlAge to Laura s sUtrr I 
had spiked that. Only now he wfs 
b'l.'iiiDiiii.' !o wonder if it wero aH. 
Co!>per alter all. . — 

On iiniNilse he rang for b sie- 
norrfipher and dk tated a m- ssage to 
Andy, telling him to report lo the 
: >w York office on Monday for "urn 
Important conferrnre " 

It waf. a trick, lie knew that Bjt 
he was In Jove with LaurB and hB 
had to know the truth, m quicltiir , 
as possible. 

Shortly befom 4 o < !«. k Iliin.day ^ 
! afternoon La*,.a entered hjf yff^e 
I and dropped hiVj a chair, fatigued 
! but smiling .«!he ,s;ild 
t "Mr. Braden of .Spring Dawn 
Co!. me lies " wahT^ you to come over " 
at lea tomorrow morning and dls- 
cuw term.s W a cor, trait }U- agrees 
With \o:i !iuu the "\'oiing~SWeet- 
hoarts' serial a^ outlined by MIM 
Laura .W'l'-.v-fia.s excellent poSl- 
bllltle.v" 'To Be CorifliiuedT"' — 



OAK BAX .- 

'.' V r. . -lern Bve-room stucco. 

>rran* ed. f uij ren,< 
ment, lurrara: Tilllff, oat f ,^-- : ',1 
itnir. folly modem bathroorr i . e i .e». 
tlon, cood views. On verr C^AAfl 
reaaenaMa terms 9wVW 

VORTN Of APR 4 

", trHcted reren • rornn »f if' i 

' S3400 

H. W. Milt«Mk Co. 

I. 'l* BBOAD ^T. C 44,11 



NBW lranaa>eir~Ot. four roorra irj Oorse 
tfletrlet. Owner will esrhange for 
tatrenue-producng prepertr 
Buncalow of alx rooms .n Fn'r? ri''. Un> 
»»te' Nesting. IM cement bs.ertter.l 

ft ■ ^ f r 

MARA, BATE i COm LM. 

Me rOBT BTBBBT rWONB E 11t4 



YATES STREET 

T 4il | I f feet of hit.^.-claae.(reeeite ret*H 
. frontace Tor aale at In esceptronally low 
If pufeh»»e<5 now. Ihill pamew- 

- ' f' ^ n> 

A fie( Canrrcbiei I Co Ui 



111* BIraM Street 



■eal Eetola 



Community Auction Sale 

As PreviMMljr Annmrneed at PaloMT 
fftatlBfl, View Royal, on ..: 

Wednesday. March 15. 1:30 P.M. 

Entries to date coir i ■ r,f 4 u ,-un* 
Hfirse^, welifliliiK liullvlduall', fi-.tn 
?.,200 to 1,700 pounds, to be' stiijd 
separately or In teams, to suit pur- 
rha/ier; 10 head Oab7 Coa- fre-h 
and coming fresh posltlvnv wt'T«[>- 
resented, 10 head Beef ( a''.' ,1,- 
cluding S head Baby Beef, fed ap*' 
ciaHy farthBinetodB trade: t iKwd^ 

er PlgR, 7 Wraner'. fihrep, ' VeaJ 
Calyex. Chiekeiu, 1 Gander and 1 
Shetland Pony, Saddle ami Bridle, 
10 tons Baled Hajr and othar 
artlele* 

G. A. DAVIDSON 

Licenced Aactlonecr. 
No MHienriBS'MUlI,' iM"rdatf idt 
Umn ' Wfl! eewxitM't >«W any pttk 
of the pr nMiir e. Kiiirwa valUBB. , 
OetA them. 



7- 



4^ 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, KC^ S:VT[TRr)AV, MARCH 11. 1939 





SPENCER- VALUES IN SPRING. STY 




STRIPES 



€k)ttx>n. 



Dresses 



ciilor ruiiiiiiiu; riot iii >1ia^AjUiiI 
|)attoni, or >trai;;iir uj* and down 
' in conibtriatron with plain colors 
a oJ dp U. Colom and patterns too 
;4a\' for description — \\c oiilv 
kniiw to >(•(' tln'Mi makes ns ii'ci 
liic Spirit ot S|)rinji down to our 
/ -tnpK — t ha t wje ai ' h e . t o wear them 
—and we're -thankful that S'prinji 
i- hrrc — aiiil wr may I >kirts in 
jJiru'l!. I'lari-d an<i circular st\ Ics, 
qiian- an d \ npcks. witli coTTaiT 



TO SKU TIIK? 



OL* i\ WV or ctdlarless. Size.s (T» ^ (\Q 

\\ W^*'"^ ....... J>^-Vo 



It'b a SUIT spring 

Aiul tli(^ Smartest of Suits ts the 

CLASSIC - 

Man-Tailored Model 

Dcaiitif.ul liaiKl iini~lu<l Miits wiili.. full 
liMii.r frtiiits. i>cakc(l ami notched lapels. 

IK -button fastenings ami full satin 
Iniings: 

ricvcrly tailorc(,l to flatteP wwy figure — 
Si ( Ikiw -^iiiart the wide sljoulders inakc 
\ mu look— how tiny your waist sOcnis — 
how very chic your whole appearance be- 
( (iMiO^ when you are wearing one, ,. . . 
Sliown in ;i cli'-icc «>i (|iiality niateriais, in- 
cluding plain l»l;u k .iiid navy tricotines and 
poires- -iW'didrd ckK in pin stripe^ — 
worsted cloths in -Ii.kIcn <>{ ui'ty, blue, 
navv and black. Si/e> IJ to i4. 




HATS 



Si)iiii;; and Sinn 
nicr I'astel and 
Jligh.-Colored F«Ms — 4*- 
signed wit h dijgfntt yr 
L;race and wit IT subtle' 

alt cry! 
Merc arc hats in .^or- 
J4COUS variety from tl/c 
~'p i 1 1 b e X to higher 
crow ned jaunt y aPflliA,, 
hapes witli, soTF siiqdeJ^ands — or large sailw^ ' . 



$2.95. and $3. 95 



— MiUtnerr, Itt Floor 



Women's Sprin 

SHOES 



A paxr 

$5.00 

Ucal «[naiitv !» h <> o ; a t a l U MJ m' 





and 



00 



Mantlet. ]M Miioi 




ate ])ncc. ... 

Clever (lesi;;ns . , . Xew cojt.r tlicnic>. I;i]H.nica — - 
Kn>t — ilcrry Red- -W ine — llrown — Ulnc and iilack . . . 
Spike, Cuban and military h(JcJ&»__Platform aiiU-*inj;le 
soles. ' - . • , 

— Shoci. 1(1 Floor 



Roast 
Turkey 
Luncheon 
• 40c ' 

Today. 11 to 2:30 

Olnlnc-Aoom, -3rd Floor 



CANDY 
SPECIALS' 

TOD.^V. 

I'rcsli- Toasted . Marshinallo\v3, 
per II. 15^ 

hiipi>rlc(l Licorice .Mlsorts. per 
11.. f : 10^ 

■ Candjp. ' T 



Frilly 

Sheer Blouses 

Favored for Spring 

Recent arrivals, prc>cntinL,' pastel Cl'^'^i1l^■^ and 
smart new styles, Icaluriny .short .slt(\( - ami \' 
necklines. Sizes 34 to 



$2.98 



-BiouKS, 1st noor 





pmfit 



' The I'.i a^^iei (• That M < < i 
i'.vrry l\e<|nirrnieiit 

Scpaf^itc-- - r^jlu■enatcs-• 
eIe\atcs and j^ives firm, 
non-slip support iur all 
t\ fif 1)11 st clc\elop. 
nicnt. l''ashi«inc<l of k'\cl\ 
floral laco in wliitc. tea- 

tmde shades <J) j. , / y 

- Corsets. I ft Floor 



Children's 
Mew .Style 



C(>.\IS III neat ."sl^Jc c(lv«.ts. 

^i/Cs h,i\cTTat aii'l ]'Ui-e {>' 
match, l.arjjtr si/e^.ni sua^; 

-tT of fitted 5tvle». »MI new 

!ihade!« ^SM tn f ll',98 

^nssi:s' roiM'i'.K c.oxis 

iif a tine (pialitv wool einth, 
made with ^uim; l>ack and two 
p.itih pdikct- \ ,11 ion'»''i*hndr>;'. 
Si/rs L^ I ^ iii'l 17 I'l 1. r-I at. 
each j^8.08 

i.IKLS" SrRilNt'. hUKSSKS 
.-f fiiVe'eotton print. Somt 
hinidT ''-Trlr'< aiKl pntT slcrxe 

citcct-*. 7 io 14^\ears. 

Small si/c? liax** patilic^ to 
match. -4%ach 91.00 

Ut Floor 




Presenting 
tq you 




4-THREA[> 

CLUM-ON 

."^prciallv pvicr<.l 



- CRFPE 
CHH-i'ON 

price 'J 



'airTTur fl.30 



Sioai 1. I'lili |-',!-!:i..;,r.l I li'.-K-ry 
"i cxceilciii .itnraUilitv. ,sh"Aii 
in A w ide chyji c of 

N^VV SPklNC SIT.VDKS 

Siiics 8; ., tu 10' 7 



• 89c 

a Pairs forf l;70 



-jH>>Mfrv, Main Moor 



DAVI D 




Furnishings 

Good Values and Smart New Styles for 

• ' Sprinp 

LkU.MJLLi ) 11 1 SlUK rS— -Stiidcnr nincc" 
l»rand. Neat-fittinjj, ^ood-i^rade shirts with 
■■.\e\ -a-\\ ilt" collar attached. Plain white and 
Miie, al.sq fancy checks an d stripes in varimis 
color rfmiTnnaipnK. • i>r^f "sleie 1 : i 
Each .^l.eS; 

Ml'.X S SI'-RINC. Tll"..^ in a sri-at raiij:f ' Silk 
ami wool or silk. Plain or fancy patterns in 



.\LS(> A I'l L-I. R.ANGE OK .AUTllEN- 
TIC 1 \KT.\N TIES FOR SPRING 




r.U( ).\IK L( n il I'VJ \M.\S — Tailoi .\ rilLKTK' SHIRTS SlIOK TS 

made hy .\rrow. Plain shades with idii — l'"lastic rih qr incsh \\»eavc. .Ml .-i/es. 

trasting trim, also stripe3~patternv .Ml A garment 

sizes., A sui;.... SI 'PI-.R Kl N K LOCKSTITCH I'N- 

MF.X'S" \Rr)T.\LL" BRO.XnCLOTH l)l";_R\VEAR-^6thleiic vests amtshori^ 

rVJ.y.M.AS— Eor tall, slender hmld siz"- •'V garment..... 7^ 

E.\tra long trou»CMl^^jaclcct»-wini lapel C ombinatiuna o f the Atee__niat< i mI. 

collar. Ail size^. A suit.. ^2.50 Priced it. ~9l.."i0 

^ — . _ . „ . V • - - - M r : . ^ . r P. I *' 1 1 1 K * M « ' ■< 




Men s Socks 



-Spring W eights 

Ijress Soek^ wcKiT and ra \ .m 4ll "wT^ot. t^aficv 
patterns and colors. Reinforced heels and ti>cs. Sm.u t 
design*. .\ pair 50^ 

Wool .Mixture Dros Socks, aLo lamy r.ivniis. 

New ,designij and colurinys. A pan ^ 

3 ptiirs f or,. o.o.oo^o^i******* I* 



In the Men's Shoe Shop 

. * ■ ■ ■ . 

Invictus Shoes ^^ 95 



Ciood leather, good shocniaking. good, 
fitting, good wearJ-THAT'S INVIC- 
TUS! _ : 

Boots and Oxfords in ki4 and calf. 
Single and double "soles. .\ compre- 
hensive range of styles for all needs. 




Albion Shoes $6 50 - $8 50 

For Long Service and Smartness ^ • ^ ^ f * 

Famous English Shoes that have character all over them. Heavy P.o.>(<. P.ro^-ties. 
an<l Oxfords f(ir hard '^ou^'A in roii^'h places. Custom O.xfords of lighter weight 
and neat aiipearaiice. For comfort, wear am) ^ood style, you can't beat an 

.\LlilO.\. ^ -MtB'i ihot «»•». OoWWBOnt atrtol 



Fresh Hand-Dipped 

Chocolates 



.\ nrce a s ^ o r t mfe^^ of 
hand (lipped d a r,k and 
Ut^lt-e< •alc»l Choci late- at 
a very ' popular prin 
I lan<l-r(dl« rl C'reaniS in the 
following,' llav(,»rs-l- 

Vanilla. Lemon. ' 
Rasplierry, Maple, 
Snowballs, Peanut 
Rolls, Feppcrmints, 
Huskies, Lverlon 
('aramrl«. Peanut 
Clusters, Chewing 
Nougat. Peanut 
Caramels, 

I'nre, dellcion-. a(tr,icti\e 
c hocolates, either assort- 
ed or your favorite flavor, 
at the extremely 1' I'v I'l c 
"f. per 

lb' : 

—Cantr. L«wtr Unta Floor 



20c 



.NEW 

SPRING 
HATS 

For Men 

Now~ on display, in pur 
HAT Department. A y|tt-y 
complete stock of the liew 
styfes and shades. 

STI'TSON'S — In the new Fnirway, Mcdway and Spur 
styles. Lined or unli|ied. Welted, hound or raw edj^r 
brims. All shsules ..:....,...u........ ...1 8.5 0 -and 




THE BROCK (by Stetaon). Very smart and popular, in 
sky-grey and fawn.;...., • $5.00 



STI*.T.^ON'--.In "Playboy" style ^aml ' " . K i nd. r " 
W elt edge and snap brim, ' Shades arc .».ea spiav and 
rock mixed .t... .'. ..^.60 



BOOKS. 

_ PrKcd at_ $1.29.— 

. - N. 

irniidicd 1).^^-." I'V I'hilip C.iicdalla. 

■ \ionnd the W otid in Llrvrn ^'ear-," Ry 
I'atiriu e Ru h;u: d ^nd Jo hn .\hl)c. 

• ll.-ii^r of I . X 1 le," by Nor«-^V aim 

' • 'ixlish aiuI^.^VuLciic Liy Mar^-' 

^ an iMr en . - , 

• The Catiipr! fiiirde,"'by 1"., H. Clidey 
-af»4U% li. 4^^»H*»u - 

"MI Alon.u-hore," hy Jo^tpli C. LiucoUi. 

• 1 he Cita<lel." hy .\. j. Cronin. ~ 

'How»- to Win Friends and Influence 
People," l»y l>ale Cafwegic. . >. 

"|)anioii Runyon >mnil»n«," ijitrrKpiMion 
l)v Hevwood Cro^tt aB<l AValter \\ in ^ 

ehell. ' . ^ , ; ^ - - • 

"Cassell'sModer nTTn e ye T« jpa^d i^TTl itfW 
by Sir j»-A;:.^ttaiaim:rton. 

"l.tTrctive F-nglish-,'' by Edward Frank 

AUca, - 

and .\ll '1 hat— and .Now- All Tlii,?- ' 
(two b(K)ks in ofte v QTu"in i i) y^4>^i^V . C 
and R. J. Veatman. 

- Soeki, Ii0#«r Matn'r.oor 



BEDDING 

I "or Sjiriii;.,' .WnU at Low I'rirri 

\\ ( •< ) 1 . 1 H. LED COM FORT I-. RS— Good 
«|iiality Coinrprters in fpfaint rai^lrv rov* 
rriii;.;s. I"..t( h 1^3.88 

( < t|-T< )N-h ILLKI) COMl'* unTRS— 
' eatly covcrc<l iir att'ra< tive patirriLv^and 
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