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Vlctort* tiul VlclxUty — Moder»U MSterly 
wlnd«; partly cloud/ ftnd mild. 

V«noottv«r Md Vtetetty— Ught U mam n U 
wind*: pturtiy doudjr and mild., 

Juan d* VIM to Brtcvuv— Ifodamto to 
fresh eMtMUr wlnda: moftly cloudy: ■bowers. 



^O. 106— SEVENTY.EIGHTH YEAR 





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VICTORIA, BRITISH COI I MHI \, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1936 



EIGUTEEIS PAGES 



SCIENTISTS COMING 



Pacific 

_ Division 
Delcgatei to Seallle Meeting to ViMt Observatory in June — Page 5 



AMENDING SCHOOL ACT 

General SecreUry of Teacher* Fcderalibii Outlinaa ChMit«..— ^*ne-^ 




CARDS EVEN SERIES 



Frisch 

■Diivo — — - 

CXrt Homer in Fifth ^> Decidt Ooit CUmt With 1^ 



VICTORIA DOMINOES 
COME FROM BEHIND 
TO DEFEAT RAYMOND 



ratiadiaii Ha!«k<-tl>all (ihaiiipioiiH Kcacli Western 
(.aiia<ia Final Against Winnipc^^ by Turning 
Back Union Jacks in Two Siraiglit Ganieii— - 
Three Vletpriant Banished oil Penoiifils 




Streamlined Vessels of Modern Times 




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AYMOND, April 15 0). — ^Victoria Dominoes qualified to 
meet Winnipeg Toilers in the Western Canada senior 
men's basketball final by defeating Raymond tJnibn 
Jaclti. 51-43, here tonight. The British Columbia champions 
took the semi-final best of-three scries in two straight games, 
having won the first encounter here Monday. 32-28 
Doiniijoen. 1935 Canadian 



rhani 

pion*. win mert the Manitoba 
representative* in a b«>»t-of-thrrp 
aertaa to Winnipeg, starting AprU 22. 
The seeond game wUl be played 
April 23. and a third. If B S C SMS T y, 
April 24 or 25. 

rmon J.K k>. Alberta titli.st.s .since 
1'820, alarted with a rush tonight 
and led until a few aecdnds before 
half'tlme, when Dwi ^ iws s ac ore d^a 

3T>a8. At on* tinii» during thp 
period Raymond had a ten -point 



lAT TEilNS 




RAYMOND FALTKRS 

If-t after tiM first ten 
minutes. Raymond faltered before a 
rotirafenua Domlnoe attack that 

W-ft t.hp British Columbia team onr 
point ahead, 27-26. at half-time. 
Union JackA fought .xMibbomly 
•very Inch oC the way In the gruel- 
ing seeond seasien. sti^nt tvlth the 
Vlctoriani* baskrt for basket 
Uie U-^i thiif-e minute« of play. 

WrakursK w h< n Jark.s .Vepped up 
to the free throw line robbed the 
Raymond attack of much of lis 
atlng. What they lost In foul shou 
they were forced to make up In 
hard-*on ri«>ld Roals Out of twonty- 
two foul aholA th*" Raymond hoop- 
•ters counted but five, whilr Dom- 
inoes tallied nine out of sixteen 
attempts, llfrerslng the first game 
procedure, however, the British Co- 
lumbia (|ulnt#tte outshot Jackx In 
th* matter of field Koal.v fos.<;mK in 
twenty-one compared to thr Ja' ks" 
total of nineteen 

As the game got under way the 
hard-ffghUng AMrtaas cut .loose 
with a dazzling display e( plain and 
fancy shooting, pouring shots 
tliroii(?h the h(X)p from any po.sition 
In the floor. Dominoes gradually 
t4|htened up and after effectively 



Dominion-Provincial Settte- 
ment Awaiting Definition_ 
By Ottawa 




FRENCH TALK OF Wll 
PROMISED SUPPORT OF FLEEI 



Mercury CUmhx 
To Sumnipr Mark 
In Coatt CUiei 



E 



S 
s 

ARLY Summer weather | 

was enjoyed here yester- | 

day. when the mercury climbed ^ 

to a maximum of M degrees. | 

the wannest day ao far this \ 

year. In Kamloopa. however. ♦ 

the temperature rose to nearly i 

*) the maximum being 78 de- | 

grees. In Portland it was a4 | 
degrees, white Los An»ele.V 
ma»tmiim was the aame as 
Vletorla. 

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Make Appral lo (;rrat Britain >ol lo PIa> ''Lone 
HaiMP" \}:aiii>t haly Aflrr K» » « iviiin >\ aru-.^ 
ing From Koiiu- A^ain?-! Fnifilratiou of 
lluJiaii Campaign in Elliiupia 



One of the New Airspeed Envoy Series II Transport Monoplanes Fljrliit Above th« Ci^ 
LffiTirMfr QMe« Mary as tkt lUp Steamed Along Cowes Rosds tm tkc Wajr to lavttiampton at the 

End of Her First Journey. 



baaketa. eut loose with a burning 

offon.slvo of tlK'lr own to tnke a 
one-point lead as the half ended 

OMMT nmsa 

Plav wa.s roiiKli and rugged In 
the second half us Hie teams fought 
n race 12, Cdumn 7 



Ottawa ha.s not \ft told the 
British Columbia Government what 
will be required of it in the wav of 
assurances or hypothecation of 
revenuea In return for future fi- 
nancial aupport. and meanwhile the 
British Columbia Mlniatry la awalt- 
imtll |,ing entrenched on a line of mini- 
mum resLstance. That was the im- 
preMlon in informed Provincial 
circles yesterday, though lacking of- 
ficial eonftoinatlon. 

Premier Pattullo met and con- 
ferred with four of the elglit Mfn- 
Lsters of the Cabinet In the nioin- 
Ing; and atmounced that he would 
leave today for Vancouver from [ 
whence he will set out foe OtUwa 
by air on, Friday, for eoBt^patten 
of t he QontaleB-PrevlBelal negoUa- 
tlona 

AN8WBB AT OTTAWA 

Lack of Provincial explanation of 
the current state of these negotla- 

tlon.i. meanwhile, api>eared Lo re.st 
on the fact that the Province It.self 
hold.'» neither tiir an.swer nor any 
altentaave solution to the question, 
focussing down to a need of MJOO.- 
000 by May 15, for debentures ma- 
turing in the United States snd 
Canada. 

The plain facts of the situation 
are that British Columbia owes a 
year's normal Uioome now to OtUwa 
on relief and other aooount, es- 
Ceatlawed m rage t, CehMM 1 



Coast Guard Plane Finds 
No Trace of Paddler and 
Strange Craft in Straits 



Britain Requires Armistice 
lief ore Sanctions Are Lifted 

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ARIS, 'AP«ii France appealed to Great Britain to- 

night tiot to plav a "lone hand against Italy" under pen- 
alty ol withdrawmg French support to the British flett 



Man Killed 
By Tram in 
Vancouver 

VANCOtJVKR. Apnl \f> | 
Thoma.*. O Conner, elderly Vancou- 
ver man. was almocit Inatantly killed 
today when stmelr -and run over by 
a British O^umbia JDectric RaUway 
Company Interurban train near 
Beaconsfield MatloA, OB the Central 
Park line. 

A wrecking oar was called io lift 
the Uitenirban car In order to ex- 
•ricate the body from under the 
whi^el.s. from whiTc it wh.s taken to 
the city morgue pending further 
tnvastlgaUoa. 



in the event of an attack in the Mediterranean. ■ 

The French appeal 




IS CHARGE 



rrauAN aviatob killid 



WATER ADDS TO 
PUOUIf HEN 

Rescue Workers Face New 
Threat in Attempt to Free 
Trapped Officials 



(Jiirt'n Mary Puis Out to Sen lor 
Speed and Power Trials 

SOUTHAMPTON. April 15 (CP-Havas).— The liner 
Queen Mary sailed tonight for the Firth of Clyda, 
where she will pass four days in speed and power 
triaia under the command ol Commodore Sir Ed^ar Brit- 
ton. 

Several thousand onlookers watched the new liner 
move out toward the English Channel for the coastal 

voyage. 

The Queen Mary will continue her trial runs off the 
Scottish Coast until next Monday morning, when she will 
return here to make final preparations for her maiden 

Her designers txpoct sht will HMka tMrty-four knoti 

without trouble. 



W. Ordano Missing Many 
Hours on Victoria-Port 
Angeles Journey - 

WAS LAST SEEN ABOUT 
FOUR MILES FROM CITY 



UDDY MIED 
flFfJUL BAH 

William White Says He Saw 
Serpent Swimming Off 
Coast 



Barristers Are Arrested 
• Vancouver for Alleged 
"Bunco" Activities 



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\\(^OSK niVFR. NR. Anrll 16 (.f . 
- A new threat lo the three Toronto 
meawwho have been entombed in 
Mooin Mver Oold Mine alnce Sun- 
day appeared early today when 
water from an abandoned shaft be« 
Ran pouring Into the levels below. 

I'lMpix-d by a cave-In that we«Jc- 
eued the whole area above the mine. 
Dr. D. E. Robert.son. H. B. Maglll 

and Alfrad Scaddlng were. believed 
to be aboQt tM feet oaderground. 

The rave-In blocked all entrances 
to the mine and rescue workers, dig- 
ging frantically In one of the shafts, 
were forced twice to scramble out 
for their llveo br fantag raek fnd 
muck. 

Shortly after midnight engineers 

reported that wa^er In a nearby 
flooded shaft had fallen eight feet 
within twenty-four hours and ap- 
psared to be pouring through cracks 
opened by the shifting of the earth. 

A vertical shaft «hv t->eg\in last 
night twentv-flve v;\m1. away from 
the old Meagher .^haft nia.'^ting 
their way ihrpugt^ twenty feet of 
solid roek. engliwen in charge hope 
to meet up again with the al optnt 
Meagher ahaft at a level onafTected 
by (Mve-ln."-. whl'h have ahndv 
halted work three times m that 
ipproarh. 

WIVES STILL UOPEFt'L 

Although their hopes of seeing 
their hu!»bandA alive were .severely 
tested late this afternoon when a 
third distuiftanoe threatened roi- 
lapee of the Meagher shaft. Mrs. 
flobertvMi snd Mra. Magill said they 
had not lofit confidence the 
would reach them alive. 



OBNOA. Italy. April 15 (/Ti.— 
Major Inea Recagno, one of the 
Italian pilots who made the North | 

Ailantir ma.v flight in 19:i;i. w vn i 
killed tr>dav when thr amphibian 
plane he piloMiiK cra.shed at 

the airdrome here. The cause of 
the acetdent #as not determined. 

TEST POSSIBLE 
BY EARLY JUNE 

By-Elections in Omineca and 
Burrard May Be Called 
About ^une 10 



By-elections in Ommer:\ .uid Bur- 
rard on or about June 10 appeared 
all stronf pce^abWUes ytsterday. 
following announcement by Premier 
Pattullo that the Government would 
art. to n»me the dav aftOT Itfs ,next 
return from Ottawa. 

Meanwhile Provincial tW'|anHen 

for the Liberal party are atawady In 
the field: Robert Wilkinson. MP P . 
In Vaneouver-Burrard. and A. H. 
Cot. assistant organizer, in Omineca. 
where thev are seeking to draw 
Oovemment forces together to do 
battle for the two ssata vaeated last 
FMl 

BdCh by-electloBs will sec trl- 

comered contests, with Coaservstlve^i 
Uberal and C.C t. candidates slatedj 
to take the field 

"ABOUT JUNE" 
If the Oovemment followa the 
l,<t.^vt pledce to the Legislature that 
the deferred bv -elect ion.s would be 
held "about June," both polls may 
be called on June 10 or soon there- 
after. 

If the monthly Court of Revlaton 
Centlnecd eo Page S. Cel. S. 



Reports Sent in 
By Field Parties 
Aid Pros pectors 

Mineii Minister Crerar Ex|m cU Coming Season lo 
Be Most Active in Historjr of CmUmUmi Mining 
— InfonQatlpn Gained Powerful Fa^r 
In Dereiopment for Many Yean 

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William Ordano, who left 
the Causeway float here shortly 
before 5 o'clock yesterday 
morning in an attempt to "fin" 
his way across the Strait of 
Juan de Fuca to Port Angeles, 
had not roachod the Unitod 
States port at ■ lata hour last 
night. 

Adano was last seen by Captain 

Louis van Bogaert, of the Black 
Ball Ferries 8s. Iroquois, running 
between Victoria and Seattle by 
wsy ol Port /Angeles The Iroquoi* 
wsa making the return trip to Se- 
attle and ^Mke Ordano at 8:30 
a.m. about four miles from Ogden 
roiht Breakwater. He was then 
mailing good progrcM. 

MTBONO TIDE BUNNlAO 

When Ordano left Vutoiw llir 
tide had .staried to run ou'. and lh\s 
would have a tendency to .set him 
down towards Rai^ Rocks when he 
atniek tu strength beyond a line 
between that lighthouse and Trial 
Island. The ebb would be partlc- 

Cealtaraed en Page 3, Celawi 5 



TTAWA. April 15 Mines Minister Crerar todav an- 
nounced completion of fifteen preliminary reports basgd 
on last year's Si. 000,000 geological survey programme 
and said Canada mining, prospecting and exploration com- 
panies this year would be able to send men to the field equipped 
with a groator wealth of information than ever before. 
The coming aeaAon. the Minister 



After a brief vacation from local 
waters. Vletorla'a OadBoroaaurus 

oncp aaaln cavorted off the r>ana.s 
Road waterfront early yesterday 
evening, acoordlng to reports from 
residenU of Foiil Bay. 

At 5:30 o'clock last night Mr. and 
Mrs. William White and their 
daiiKliter, Phyllis, watched Caddy 
swimming off Foul Bay. from their 
home at 1801 Hollywood Crescent 
Mr. White followed the eel-like 
monster in his car along the water 
bordering Ro.s.s Bay Cemetery until 
It finiillv <li.'-a;>;)<Mred off Clover 
Point ( add . A , • '..n 200 yard-s. 
«ald Mr. White, and measured up to 
h|s oft-publiahed length of about 
t.hirtv fert and swam With three 
dialiiu t buinp<> oliowing. 

A little later in the evening, Mar- 
garet Poynts and her mother, Mrs. 
L. K. Poyntz. 36 Howe Street, saw 
Caddy near Clover Point, but this 
time it wa's .swimming in the general 
direction of Sooke Their devrlp- 
Uoo taUied with that of Mr. White 



VANCOUVER. April IS Five 
men. including two Vancouver po- 
Ikce court barristers, were charged 
with conspiracy. It was revealed by 
police here tonight. 

The five were anes'od in con- 
nection with two caaes of alleged 
bunco actlvlUea in Vanpouver dating 
back two years when Jamea Camp- 
bell, Stratford. Ont., fanrier. was 
fletved of $7,300 George Andrews, 
a Britlbh Columbia farmer, wa^ the 
other victim He IoM 15.000. The 
"kist pocketbook gag " waa used in 
both oases, poUoe said. 

ON TlfO COUNTS 
John A. Buthailand, barrister, and 

Ou*! Thodoe. Vancouver cafe pro- 
prietor, were charged on two rounf; 
of oonspuracy to dissuade a witness 
W. J. Murdoch, barrister was 
charged on one eount of at- 
tempting to dissuade a witness 
Arthur Biisi>Rne was' chsrged 
with con^plrary to dlnausde 
;\ wltne.s.s and conspiracy to defraud. 
John Howard was charged with con- 
' splracy io steal and eoMplracy to 
defraud. 

Pohoe refused to say which ca.'-es 
the various were associated with. 

Sutherland and Murdoch were re- 
lea.sed on ball of $1,000 and 83.000 
re.spe< tivrly Thodas jxi'-ted ball of 
$5,000 Brisbane and Howard were 
held tn lieu of b^ bonds «f IIMO0 
each. . * - 



for eautioB 

eame on the heela of ah Ytamn 

warning to Prance that U.\ly will 
refuse to allow Its mllltar\ campaign 
against Clhlopla to be "frustrated." 

DEMAND SUPPORT 

The ItaliHU declaration, whuh 
diplomatic .miuicc.s reported wss 
made by Ambassador Vlttorlo Oer- 

Flandin w.i.', accompanied by a de- 
mand for F'lcncli support in lifting 
sHnctii'r,.s ak'aiti! Italy and an 
Italian otter to sUnd with Prance 
agahist Germany tal the L osa m o 
Treaty negotiations 

In the niKtst of ilie int<Mnat iohhI 
complication,^, Prenun Allxi i ,'^ai - 
raut told provincial newspaper 
editors prance may be forced to quit 
the League of Nations If Geneva 
fails to affirm "faith in coUeetivf 
.Mv iii itv • ciutiiik' "the most dreadful 
cnsis for peace in tweiUy years." 

COULD uhvu Poidowr 

The Premiei a^ssirted the Govern- 
ment could liave used its army 
agalnat Germaj^y after the Reich 
denounced the Locarno Treaty by 
reoocupying the Rhineland. 

"Tlieie has been a lot of talk 
recently about the inferiority of 
Prance's military machine aa com- 
pared to that of Oermany," he de* 
Glared, "Nothing Is more false," 

The official Prench sltitude on 
British foreign policy waa discloftud 
first hi the newspaper Le Temps 
and waib confkMd kMHT IS Official 
quartera, 

"Our agreement :<■> aid the nnti<h 
fleet IX it is attacked m the Medl- 
CentlMMd en Pago M, CataaM S 



TBOUBU IN VCMUEUBLA _ 

OEORGETTOWN British fJiiians. 
April 15 - Unconfirmed reports 
reaching here today said serious dts- 
ordets had broken out Hi Venecuela. 
Only meagre reports were ifcelved 
here. 



TREASyRE SHIP 
EAST ON SAND 



Twins Ex per let I 
In Ontario Home 



POPE MAY PROCLAIM 
YEAR'S CELEBRATION 

VATICAN CITY. AprU 15 (>P).— 
Pope Plus XI had under eohalder* 

a Lion t onight a suggestion tr> pro- 
claim a luhllee year beginning May 
SI to crlebrate the elehfieth year of 
his Ufe. The Prelate will bf sev- , 
enty-nlne years oUUon the Ma94- 
date. 



said, promises to be the most active 
in the history Of the Canadian mln- 
int: industry, and it will provide the 
fir.st opportunity of testing the value 
of such exploration projects as that 
launched by the Government last 
year. Those projecU sent to the 
field ckMe to 180 Meld parties eom- 
pruMue i!v>'i' 1 000 men 

, POWERFUL FACTOR 

Mr. Orerar said the Infbnnation 
ConttaMM en Pafe S» C ilia i 



P. & 0. otcamer Ranpura 
Still Aground Near Gib- 
raltar Harbor 



.9T TATHARINirS. Ont . April 15 
'P A dnuble-yolk canary egg Is 
being watched with miere.st at the 
home of Mrs. v. Williams l re T))e 

egg la due to hatch on Sunday aiul 
bird fanciers are of the optnldn twin 

canaries, a rarity, will eme.,,e. Twin 
canaries were bom In Hamilton re- 
cently but died soon after. 



Absolved 
Of lAiulhergh 
Baby Kidnap 



TRBNTON. NJ.. April '5 (/P).— 
Prosecutor Brwln K Marshall, of 
Mercer County, announoed tonight 
the grand Jury Investigating charges 
Paul H Wendel kidnapped the ijnd- 
bergh baby had voted a no bill. ' 
whksh kboohred Wendel of guUt. 

The prosecutor also announced 
that 'no' other indictments have 
been voted in the case as yet " 



PAGE DIRECTORY 



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PInanee . 
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Social Notes 

Sports 

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TEACHKR HONORED 

VANCOUVBR. April 15 0». - Dr. 
Norman P. Black, geagiaphy teaehiv 

.■»t King Fdward Hich .School. Van- 
rmiver. was pre.sented with the G. 
H. PVrgiisson Memorial award for 
the teacher most outstanding In the 
profession in the province, at thtl 
British Columbia Teaehan' 
tton limcheon today. • 



Quintuplets in Rumania 
Are Not Expected to Live 



m IN SEARCH 
OF MISSING SHIP 



Newfewidland ffebeoner 'tsMl Seen 
Week Ago with Tnrn flails and 
Engine Disabled 



BUCHAREST. Rumania. April 15 
OP).— The birth of malformed quin- 
tvpleta to a gypsy mother in a field 

w«s reported here today, but had 
not been confirmed by medical 



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Tlie p*efect of pollec at Oradea 

gave a telephonic account of the 
birth avserting that two eouplea of 
Mie quintuplets were joined like 
"Siamese. iwi|is ' He added that 



that Utile hope was held that they 
would live. 

Physicians and Seienttats here. Im- 
mensely interested in the report, 
planned a thorough Investigation 

A newspaper reporter vouched for 
the strange birth, sending the f^r^t 
reports here. He said the quint ap- 
lets. two boys and three girls, were 
bom to twcnty-ftv»>year^ Mrs. 
Marl Ljngurani a gypsy, a short 
while after .«he hsd gone to work In 
the fWlds today, near Hodoj. in the 



ST JOHN S. NHd. April 15 T — 
I The Government .steftm,shlp Kyle 
iwas ordered out t/>night to search 
for the Bdasing schooner Julia An- 
jderson. laal reported off New Harbor 
a week ago with her mainsail torn 
to shreds and her eneme appflrenllv 
disabled. 

Commanded by Capuin Alex 
ChaiaMn and eenylnt a crew of 
four, the eoastal vessel left Harbor 
Breton on April I for Pert Am 

Ba.sque*;. 

Stoutly built and well manned, 
she was believed to have ridden the 
week<end slocm. althous h probably 

The .vhooner Srotla. mlsstaf for 
several days, waa reported safe yea> 



GIBRALTAR Apt^l ^ - The 
.Ss. Ranpura, carrying a cargo of 
priceless Chinese objects of art. wa.s 
Still aground on a sandbar near 
Olbraltar Harbor tonight but with 
every prospect of being refloated 
when a strong wind abates. 

British warships convoying h 
because of her ancient art treasures 
stood by hetpteaaly. 

IN Roi r.H SPA 

Thf ship ran a^miuid m a roMch 
sea ye.sterday ■Si-.'- ' an ', inc M," 
cargo back to ChUia af.ter a thrre 
months' exhlMt at Burltngum House. 
London— the oateome of an agree- 
ment between the British and Chi- 
nese CK)vf rnmer'.s 

Two salvage steamalupa are stand- 
ing by as wch as several tugs, the 
latter awtithig a favorable tide for 
another attempt to refloat the ves- 
.'el The Ranpura. which draws 
twenty-six feet of water. Is aground 
in a depth of nineteen feet She jt 
owned by the Peninsula A Orienul | 
dteam NavlcatioR Obmpany and 
has a groM tonnsje of UJM. 



Italian Troops Plan 
To Occupy Ethiopian 
;;Capital in Fe w Days 

ISorllirni and SoiilluTn ArniiPH Expect to Meet 
Soon in AHrliM ,\bal>a— -FaHcist Victoriiw .^^^ 
League Problem More Difficnh 



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y.S. CAMPAIGN 

isiAjiNO yp 

Knox Leads Borah m Illi- 
nois Contest— Roobevelt 
Polls Heavily 



W.V'^IllNOTON. Apill 15 (Ti - 

Scanning closely the return* Inmi 
yesterday's presidential pveterrme 
primaries, Washington tO HHma OtSd 
five tangible polnta. 
.Col. Prank Knox, of Chicago »eek- 
Ing the Republican nomination, led 
Senator Borah, of Idaho, ip im- 
nou by close to 10.000 voles, but 
the number of dekgatbs teon by 
each remained to be finally decld* 
ed, tSupporuirs of the Chicago 
publisher claimed twenty-nine of 
the forty-nine delegates, while many 
ballou remained to be oounted». 

President Roosevelt, unoppoeed In 
simultaneous Democratic prlmsriea, 
polled morf than a million h«:U>t«, 
nearly 500.000 more than the com- 
bined Knox-Borah total. 

NEBRASKA SITI ATION 
In Nebraska, where H<<.K*' vei' ana 
Borah were unoppoaed in then re- 
spective party prlmarlca. sOme Re« 
puMlcan votera wrote In the naaM 
of oovenun- Alf Landon, of Ka n saii 

Meanwhile, aavx-iates of Oovemof 
Eugene Talmadge. of aeorgla. bit- 
ter foe of the New Deal, ordered 
a preferential primary for June >• 
after defeaUng an effort bjr 
velt supporters to eehedule tt 

May S 

The day also saw the formal K>n of 
• "Roaevelt first voters' league " wit% 
the announoed objeettve of muster* 
ing SJMJM Roeevett baDolB 
thoae who have come at afs 
the elections of \n2. 



SENATOR MEIQHEN 
VISITINQ VANCOUVER 



VANCOUVF.R. AprU 15 — Rena- 
lor Arrhiir M'lghen. Conservative 
leader in the ^naie arrived here 
today for a brief visit, m which he 
via eomMne bartaam with pleasure. 
He was aeeompanled by James 9 
McLean and Joseph Harris, oflklals 



<0«prrilht. 191« tiir lilt BSfaS li»Wt aCMMTt 

OME, April 15 •? — With Dessye captured in the North, 
the Italian Legions in Southeastern Ethiopia have 
launched a drive south df Harar to pave the way for 
lightning motorized advances designed to bring both Northern 
and Southern Fascist forces simultaneously into Addis Ababa 
within the next few days, reports from East Africa said tonight. 

Italian observers said victory over 
the forces of Has Naeiba la the 
south - deemed a feregone conclu- 
sion here— win spell the doom of 
Ethiopian mlllUry hopes, since his 
snny is the only effective Ethiopian 
torce left In the field. 

The War OOoe anno^meert Ital- 
ian forees todajr gMWh ad teto 
Densye, former ■MsplaR imperial 
headquarters. 

'Dlspafrhes received at Dlredawa. 
on the AddU Ababa- Djibouti Rail- 
way, said Ras Naaftu's farces were 
locked In combat with Ocn. Rodolfo 
Graxianis forces In Ofaden. with 



SWOLLEN PRAIRIE 
RIVERS RECEDIl 



Hwirt Rise ef Aaainlboine at 
4m Halted After aisty Pi 



Bran* 



on both sides. Reports to 
Addis Ababa mid Bthloplan troops 
under Halle neiassle fdew 7 400 white 
and native Italian 'rrxip<( in a large 
Italian column which was sur- 
rounded southwest of Lake Ashangl. 
In the north i 

Conviction that the tricolor wui 
be hoMod over the ImpMl Pataee 
at Addis Ababa befoc^ or en April 
M, anntveraarr of Rome's foonds- 
tlon, grew here tonight Premier 
Mussolini ordere d all Italy b eflagged 
tomorrosr to aslskvalo the gBpMve 
of Oeasre 
Marshal Pietro '^^J^^jj^j^jl'' 



WINNIPW3, AprU 18 W— Plood 
conditions throughout Western 
Canada appeared to be 
tonight, attheagh 
trickled Int/i Winnipeg told of 
Biderable damage at many polnta 
earlier thU week 

The swift rise of the Aastnl 
Riser Ihot foisbed sixty fs 
from their hsaaa at 
patently had al bnt 

However se-.^ral acrea of low -lying 
land^ oil Brandons north side were 
still under w»ter 

Spring fresheu In Saskatchewan 
that iiaiiPii brtdgca and 




1 




THE DAttY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. THURSDAY. APRIL 16, ig3^ 





The Ideal of - " ' 
Tailored SmaiifiMt— 

The Worsted 

s u u 



It tikts men ytars of tx- 
ptriMCC making men's suits 
to hirii out MKh buiirifylly 
tailored garmMto at Hicm 
wt offer in this splendid col- 
lection. Made of the finest 
•mootlr worsted, they 
ctt and finished by past 
.iMffars of tii« tailoring 
crtft. Sinai* or double - 
breasted effects in Hie popu- 
lar navys and browns; pin 
stripes, (rfain celert, InvHwIo 
checks ... a huge selec- 
tion in ono group at a popu- 
lar price ' 

$19.75 



Effect of Sanctions 
On Italian Trade Is 
Reported by League 

Major < <Miiitri<-'< lia\(- <rr< atl\ Kcdiiml ( !oii)iii<>ri't' 
Willi ltrlli«^rrriil Nation, luit Austria and 
Liijuy Marked Inercai^eM 



Mistoric Gun Carriage at Woolwich. 



Hijiiuarv 



\ 



4 * 



BLOUSES 

White or eandlcliglit crepts wHb bng or 

short sleeves. Smart new tailored tfyitt lo 

wear with the suits for Spring. 



95| 90^^ 



By UEOROE HAMBIKTON 
CauAdlan Prcu Staff Writfr 

GENEVA. April IS 0^. — Sanctions are squeezing Italian 
trade. The effect, according to the r epurt of a committe* 
of League of Nations experts issued today, is uneven, 
are | Some countrias'^vtlciit'^owiir^^ in tfaifir trad* with Itily, 
whttr odiarvnuw affactnd li f htlyr 

— - 1 No oiajor country Jim been able, 

appnrentlr. entirely to prohibit the 
entry of Italian gooda. Yet the. 
general — tendency Is to tighten 
rather than relax the squeee. 

Au&trU and Hungary, the two 
countriaa not applytaff aahetloda, 
are Improvtog the ahlnlng hour-. 
Their trade .with Italy, both Import 
and export. Is well maintained. 
CANADA'8 TKADB 
At the outset, sanetloiu affected 

Canada s trade uith Itldy CUrkNialy 
("anaila iiiiixjited from that country 
$206,000 worth of good.s in Novem- 
ber, 1935, compared with 1230,000 In 
the oorreapomUnff aaonth of 1934. 
The flgurea for Deeembe r , 18S6 and 
1934. respectively, were tU1.6M and 
$88,000 But In January. 1936. they 
dropped U) $39,000 a«;aln.st $100,000 
in the fir.st monih of 1935. The 
February flgxures were 19,800 and 




Limited 

m YATB STRirr" 



-WHAT TERMS 
IS OUESTIfll^ 

' Conlinaed from Pajp 1 

elusive of some $4,300,000 advanced 
.br the Dominion on February 15 to 
meet tho first maturity of the year; 
la aeeklng aid with reftinding, reHef 

and other rrn\ Inrial problems, and 
haa not yet rearhed a aettlement 
.with the Federal adnilnlatratlOB on 
the whole proRramme 

The "eo-lt-aloni.- ' talk from pri- 
vate nwmber a of the laat aeaalon. 
. and^/the 'Autonomy" cry ralaed by 
Oovemment apolraamrn at other 
times have both died down. An of- 
flrlal .silence far more alKnltlcant 
has taken their plare Only ques- 
tions were beini; poncd at the Pro- 
vincial capital yesterday. . with the 
anawei^ atin unrepealed at Ottawa. 



SPAIN AGAIN 
IN TlilOIL 

New Strikes, Riots and Po- 
litical Disorders Flare Up 
In Many Sections 



CADIZ. Spain. April 16 i pi -Re- 
ports reachuig here today from the 
neitrby dty of Jens da la ftontera, 
Indlcattd aeveral per.v)ns were killed 
and aeveral wounded in ela.shes be- 
tween RiKhtlsis. LeftLsts and guarda, 
when ,moba attacked four churches 
and two new^iaper planta. 

Quiet waa said to have been 
restored, but guarda were reported 
to ba patroUlag tha atsoeta. 



THE 

BEATTY 

Is the Most Modern in 
Waaher Engineering 

The Beatty 

Washer Store 



test »mMta< «t 



fl arSMi 7SII 



"PLEASE 

Choose MY Food 
cscareFullyasyou 
V do your own'' 




"If rou 
say BROCK S when 
f OH bay ay aeed and 
gravcU you arc chooaiof the 
RIGHT food for me. I ll 
aing for you as ooly a Brocli 
fed canary can sing. 
••BrodM know what I oeed 
aad pot the right variety of 
fresh seeds, choroughlv 
cleaned, in the padiage with 
the Treat nrhich gives oae 
Yaaai juA Aoa4 lkd«.«rtraff 
I Med oast to a wkile. 

"1 know rou lova 

m«. I'l f A"^? give 
mm BROCK'S." 



BROCK'S §4"cg 

amxL TREAT 



ITALIANS PLAN TO 
TAKE CAPITAL SOON 



rontinued from Page 1 

em left flank, which tramped Into 
Dessye, amid arelamatlon.i of the 
pcqnUace. will be borne rapidly in 
trueka alont the Imperial Rich- 
way" leadhtff to the caplUl, dla- 
patches said. D eag y e la only 170 
miiex northeast of Addla Ababa by 
road 

FLLMHL11( BY VICTOBILS 
OENSVA. AprU IS (jrr>Beller 

that Italy flushed by psw military 
vlctorlo.s. intends 'neiitually to de- 
mand a peace impI.\ inR Italian domi- 
nation of the entire empire of Em- 
peror Halle Selassie waa exprewed 
tonight in I>eagt^ of Nations circles. 

Peace In Africa — under Iz-aKue 
au,spue.s -seemed doubtful and dus- 
tanl after the Italian delegates for 
peace conversations arrived here 
without Inatructlona from Premier 
MuaaoUnl on a baala for iiettlement. 

•Some League quarters foreca.'<l an 
attempt by 11 Duce to force the 
League to allow an Itailan-dletated 
peace. 

With I3easye reported occupied by 
the Italians, Geneva .*aw Increased 
dlfHrultleit in negotiating peace 
"within the aphrlt of the covenant" 

OFFiriAI.S PESSIMISTIC 
After an hours roir.ersai Km be- 
tween Baron Pompeo Alotsl, of 
Italy. Joseph Avenol, secretary-gen- 
eral of the League, and Salvador 
de Madartac% the Leaflwe^ peaee 
representative. League offlclala were 
|i'-v>iml.st ic n\rr t)rrvstxTt.'i forachiev- 
in« an early end of the war. 
The Itallaru came to Geneva ap- 
I parently without any asandate td 
I disouas peace terma but merely, as 
•in Italian .spokesn.sn told the As- 
.sorlated Pres.s, to "dLKiivi p.epara- 
tion.s for peace negotiatioiu. " 

1 A moat dUBcult aiUwUoa waa cre- 
I ated fer the eeouBlttee of thirteen 
I —the League Council without Italy— 
which meets tomorrow to receive a 
report from de Madanai^a Upon 
the character of de Madarlaga's re- 
port dejvnd.s action by the sanction.^ 
committee of e^teen< "Hie chair- 
man of the- eonunlttee, Or. Aofuata 
Vaaeonoelloa, of Portucal. aald he 
"mlfht convoke It In the very near 
future." 

TWO YOUTHS RESCUED 
FROM ICE IN RIVER 



OISOSOBKS BOCK SPAIN 

MADRID, AprU 16 (dP-ilavaa) .— 

New strikes, riots and political 
di.snrders roclced Spain lodav in the 
wake of the bloody clash^.s featurlnpr 
yesterday's cele>)ration of the Span- 
ish Republlc'a fifth anniversary. 

Four more people, one a Red Croaa 
nurse, were reported killed during 
the day. raising the death toll to 
seven. Forty were Injured many 
seriou.sly. Civil guard.s patrolled 
the streets of the larger cities. 
SE< RET ALLIAN< K 

An tnidrruTound alliance between 
the liuRe anarchi.st organization and 
the banned Spanl&h Fascist phalanx 
waa blamed by Premier Manuel 
Asana for the wldeapread dlaordera. 
While asserting the Government 
knew the source of the fund.s the 
plotters were i>ayin>: to foment 
trouble, the Premier did not 
specify what measures would be 
taken to quell the tielenee. 

FRENCilTAlKOE 
WITUDRAWINb AID 

Continued fron Page I 

terranean does not hold If England 
plays a lone hand a«alnat Italy." 
Le Tempa aaid. 

IMPERIOUS BBASONS 
"Britain haa imperloua reaaona 
not to desire a war whoae whole 

weight ahe would have to support 
alone, and which, by force of 
things, would pflralvze her action 
In Europe, when, because of the 
violation of the Rhineland pact by 
Germany, the worat compllcatlona 
are to be feared on the Oontlnent" 



The effect on Canada'.s exports to 
Italy wa-s more rapid after .sanctions 
were voted In mid-November by the 
League. The November figure was 
$83,000 against $375,000 in Novem- 
ber, 1934. In December they dropped 
to 144.700 acainat llBTilOO: In Jan- 
uary the two figures were $43000 
agaiixst $237,000, and m February, 
$86,000 afalnst I34SM0. 




7tl Yatea BUcc 



Gresham No. 340 

Chiffon Hose 

.\n perfects and full 7ft|| 



General Electric 

**ACTIVATOR" 
WASHER 

NOW 

$79.50 

On Eafy-Terme 

JAMESON 

BLBCtRIC. LTD. 
1121 Douglaa St ~ 



PAINT 
SALE 



The famous gun carriage which bore the mortal remaina of King Edward, Queen Victoria and King George 
to their final resting place was delivered to the R.A. Depot at Woolwich, where it will be on view on the 
parade ground. A colorful ceremony was conducted when the carriage arrived at Woolwich, when "F" 
Battery of the R.H.A. i« teen leaving the carnage to givt place to representatives of the K.A. Depot. On 
panda (tap ilgiM) wore smb of ike Bepal Navy who were m i wit s ra ef the goa crew at tiM fmerU of 

King George. 



Uarthill - Wrtla* OtUilda Houm 
Paint. VariiUh. Kii«mds, Pic, »t 
Hui;ii nrdu> IKMi.t 
S«U I ait, Mar.h tS U avrS IS 

COAST 

HARDWARE 

nts DoooLAs eraKCT 



BRITAIN AND FRANCE 
Both Great Britain and Krance 
cut down heavily on their trade with 
Italy, too. British unporta from 
Italy were $70,000 last January com- 
pared wltl^i $2,789,000 In November. 
1035. Iftwch import-s In January 
were $1159.000 aK'ain,st $2 lai.OOO two 
months previously. ExporUs from 
Britain to lUly dwindled to $1.55.000 
in January laat agaUist $2,884,000 In 
January. IMS. French exporta were 
$734,000 In January, 1939. compared 
with $1,328,000 In January, 1935. 

Austria'.s Imports in FV'bruary last 
were $450,000 against $454,000 Ui 
February, 1935. Her exporta were 
$1,049,000 last February compared 
with $868,000 the same month of last 
year. 

Hungary s imports for Pebmarj', 
1936. were $606,000 against $.-S44 000 
in the aame month of 1935. Her 
export flgtnea for the two months 
were $0UjOM and 1669,009, r«q>ec- 
tively. > 

CHAMBERLAIN VISITS 
VIENNA MONARCHISTS 



TO BE HANGED 
FOR POISONING 

R gp r w w R < ( u M d f o r C o «« 



victed Nurl*-Will Be 
Executed Today 

BIRMINUHAM. April 1«.— Mrs. 
Dorothy 
at 



Football Field 

To Be Completed 

The Saanich School Board last 
night decided to complete the 
Mount View High School football 
field at a cost of about $400. J>rs- 

Jka4. 

been carried out before, and the 
board decided to carry the work 
to compleMfln I nste a d ef plachig it 

out. 

Construction of the field wUl be 

by relief labor under the direction 
of the municipal engineer'a depart- 
ment. It is expected the field will 
be ready for play next Pali, 



RATEPAVEKS TO 
MAKE PROTEST 

I 

Etquimalt Body to Confer 



LIP-READING 

Privat* I,rs»oii' \ , '.>,;il n ,r i : i 
DAY TrinI 1 . ,v : i ir« .NUillT 

$. $. M. TYt 

Mull«r-W»ll« Te»cl T .s Cfrlincil* 
rhon* StSIS .'<>ll n«atU* St. 




FDMONTON April 15 (f — Wil- 
liam Smclau-, twenty, and his 
brother. Walter. eifMeen. were res- 
cued by police today from an Ice 
fjoe in the .Sa.skatchewan River here 
after the flo' had been .swept down 
atream for two miles. Police tossed 
m rope to lima and pulM tttfaa 
a shore. .. . , .. 

FREEUrlHEUMATISM 

TB.MPUCTON-S aBEQMaTIC CaPSOLCO 
(T-R-C •) trm tram lh« 9mm mi iMtfl .1 
t>—nnlnw 4ad iMunMa, iIt* aui<-k mit 
T^xl trnni dull. gnaviM arhMc J lumbacs 
lsa*ba<k),aiMlttiarv.*t«t>binc paia of aoAliffs 
T-k-C't la jtmt ova raaa Bv/ a Mp at 



MUST BS ARMISnCI 

LONDON, April IS (CP-Hava.s) — 
Britain will refu.se to Uft sancUcns 
against Italy until a complete 
armlatlce la effected In Ithlopla. 
authorised aourcea stated here to- 
night 

As Kon-iKii -.Secrt'lary Eden left 
for (ieneva to attend tomorrows 
meeting ol the League of Nations 
committee of thirteen, it waa learned 
Britain U ready to back a League 
majority favoring more dra^itlc 
sanctlon.s .iKam.st IiaIv unle.sjt to- 
morrows developments at Geneva 
indicate an early armistice can be 
reached. 

FAR PROM ANNIHILATED 
The taking of Dessye by Italian 
troops haa not ahakan Brltain'a de- 
termlnatton to beek a fair peace 

settlement. Informed nrrlr.s de- 
clared. The London pre.ss carried 
articles which pointed out that 
Ethiopia is still "far from an- 
nihUated." 

■den will press first for cessation 
of hostilities, it waa understood, but 
if tomorrow's meefinR shows no 
real prospects, Britain is ready not 
merely to enforce present sanc- 
tiona, but to atand with a League 
majority In favor of new, sanctions, 
poaaibly including the long-antici- 
pated oil embargo and restrictions 
on Italian Imports ef major war 
materials. 



VIRNNA. Aprfl 18 (4^.— Sir Austen 

Chamberlain, member of the Brit- 
ish House of Commons and former 

Foreign Secretary, conferred here 
today with Monarchist leadens 

His conferences gave ri.se to un- 
(onflmied rej-Ktrts ho wa* .seeking 
first-hand information from legiti- 
mists who hope to place Archduke 
Otto of Hapaburg on the throne. , 

Sir Auaten afa» met Chancellor 
Kurt Schuschnigg and Foreign Min- 
ister Egon BerRer-WaldeneRg 

The BrItLsh I,ei,-ati<)n insi.sted Sir 
Austen's visit was of a private 
character. 



BIRMINGHAM, April IS t/P).— 

Home Secretary Sta* Mm Simon to- 
night denied A second appeal for 
clemency for Mrs. Dorothy Wad- 
dlngham and informed the thlrty- 
fhurb]!<ear-old woman die muat be 
hanged tomorrow for the killing of 
a patient at her nursing home, tiir 
J<^n aaid he could And no ground 
on winch to Ju.sllfy a reprieve 

The Home Secretary's decision 
came after Dr. Orummetid Shields, 
former president of the Royal Medi- 
cal .Society, added hia aupport to 
pleas of defence attorneys for 
clemency. 

ANOmR PLEA 

Mrii. Waddtngham, mntiie- of f^ve 
children, ia to be hanged tomorrow 
at Windsor Oreen Prison. Attorney 
R. A. Young, continuing the efforts 
to save his client, sent another plea 
to the Home OtTlce nfioi interview- 
ing two unidentified p< r.son.s, one ot 
whom waa reported to be Ronald J. 
Sullivan, co-operator of the niursing 



AMERICAN MAIL LINE 
HAS TO PAY $90,266 
FOR DAMAGE TO SHIPS 



SRAITLB. April 18 ()P).— Pederal 
.ludRe Jeremiah Neterer signed a 
liiial decree todiiv holding the 
Ainri lean Mail Line liable for $90,266 
damages to four navigation com- 
panies, xauaed whm the liner Presi- 
dent Madison ^roke looae hert in a 
gale, oaober 21. 1934. 

The liner craAhed Into three 
vessels moored nearby, sinkUig one 
and also damagimf several oil 
bargee and tuga. 



VON ZEDTWITZ WIHS 
BRIDGE TOURNAMENT 



NEW YORK April 15 (/f^. — 
Waldemar von Zedtwiti, of New 
York, fought off a cloalng rally by 
M. D. Maier tonight to win the an- 
nual national masters' contract 



home in which two patients. Mrs j bridge championship and gain the 



Loui.sii Bagiilry and her daimhter 
Misfi Ada Louisa Baguicy. died. 

Sullivan and Mrs. Wadldntham 
were charged with their deatha by 
slow poi.son The former was tried 
and acquitted of killing th<> mother 
Mrs. Waddingluun was convicted of 
the killing of the daughter. 



top place .iniur. : United States 
bridge stars for 1936. 

Von Zedtwlta had a grand total 
of 611 points for the five assshftis 
to Mater's 8141-4. 

Osw.ild .I;i(i>h'. 1,1 >t vear's cham- 
pion, scored 600 1-2 points to win 
fourth position. 



With Govemment—irregu- 
larities Charged 

Tlie E&quimalt Ratepayers' As- 
soclat^n. laat night, appointed a 
committee to Interview the Deputy 
Minister of Municipalities and pro- 
test to him against alleged irregular- 
ities at the BKiulmalt Council meet- 
inga, and appeal for the interven- 
tion of the "Provincial department to 
rectify the situation. 

This action waa- taken fpllowing a 
complaint made by OounclUor T 
Harry HodflMB that the la.st meei- 
mg of the council had been canceled 
;u. tlir last MOOMnt becaii.se one 
member of the boarti was sick. This, 
he contended, was no excuse for the 
cancellation of the meeting. He also 
objected to' "the dictatorial manner 
of Reese .Ali"X,in<ler I,(X"kI''v ' 

Councillor F, U. Eaton declared 
hia motions had been ruled out of 
order on "the fllmalest of excuses, " 
"nieae and other alleged Irregular- 
! Itle.s were di3cas.sed. iiicludin? one 
which pertained to momfi bond deal. 
TO SBBH AUDIBNCB 

Tlie meeiintr decided to send 
delegate* who had regularly at- 
tended the council ineetUiKs and 
knew what some of the alleged-^r- 
regularttiea were. The committee 
will ,^ek an audience with thf 
deputy minister todav 

It was also decided at the meeting 
to conduct a campaign for niew 
members. 

Councillor Eaton reported that, in 
conformity with the by-law govem- 
ine council inert ine.s, he, and two 
other members of the council, had 
protested the canoeUatlon of the* 



See th e H%¥ / 

''AerofGnire" 



Tka (M-hwalas tm 

walar laafeat. <M 
tvaaaa ar ranca. 




II n 

' Asate 



s 



REIOS 



md uneicdlcd rel^ 



» mm cM CMicA t ca 

1*. aoH 



Ar All Druggists, 3Sc Per iOK 

Seecial Agmt*: 
Vancouver Drug Company, Ltd. 

last meeUng that waa called, and 
demanded of the reeve that a meet- 

me of the cDun il t)e pall«>d ■.vilrv.i 
the next Iweniy-lour lM>ur.s He .said 
this made it possible Ih.ii a meeting 
of the council might be held to- 
night. 



tT'n AN IIJ, WI.ND 



15, iA^.- 

Jones 



ALMXHA. Ark.. April 
""xlayls Nature atory: O. 
said tmtU recently his chickens 
were- normal In all ways and laid 

normal eggs. Then camf a wind 
.torm thai badly d.^maRcd hi.* hen 
house. Now all the hens lay dou- 
ble-yolked egga. he-aald. 



J 



CATCH E LOR S 



PURE FOOD STORES 

mr snvKi. potulai. pkx » pack iamf^ iay groc^"^ 



OVALTINE. large lixe^Unt. 






BOVRIL OORNID BBBP. S tiM 




BSC 


QUAKBft OATS, ffht .. 




1«# 


1K>MAN MBAU pkt 




„... ..«•# 


KBtaLOOOt BRAN FLAKES. S pkt* 






IRAID't BItT TBA. IK 







Mysterious 
Bond Theft 
Now Solved 



WASHINOTON, April 15 (IP).—K 
partial aolutlon of the mysterious 
theft of $590,000 of bonds taken 
when a clerk stepped for a n^oment 
from his cage in the United SUtes 
Trust Company of New Tfork, on 
December IS. 1934, waa claimed to- 
night by4ha Justice Department. 

J. HgarHoover, chief of the Fed- 
eral Bureau of Investigation, sum- 
moned ,new t j><,|».tnjpn to hus offlce 
tonight to announce that eight men 
had been arrested and HMMI m 
honda recovered. 

During the kmg chase the depart- 
ment said 11 learned th.U .'irrial 
numbers on several of the securities 
had been altered. b4it tliat Govern- 
ment, laboratory experta here 
the 




Mull neverWirm 
on INFERIOR Coffee 



iPAICIBB BSnrBBS STBIKB 



MADRID. AprU IS .4^ - More 
than S.OOO taxlcab drivers went on 
strike hecc today demanding ahorter 




Mfee 9effi you f^inf twice lati by w§m90m% up! ye«r 

cirwlafiow — but enly when if to fiill flcnrored emd rich 



TIRID? Within six minutes after drink* 
ing rich, hill-flavorcd < offec your must Ic< 
IK ill begin to tone up and your brain will 
begin to wake up! 

You can count on it every time. Why2_ 
Btcsmc ftdl4kvofsd coifts scdtslfy stooi 
more blood to dM Md&ot dMMt sad to 



:^{B9 bflt^flU .... 1 , ^ - *\- % rr 

But you can neptr gtt this freaheningr- 
quickening effect from u eak. inferior coffee. 

Inferior coffee has no quickening effect OO 
the rate of circulauon of the blood. 



If you w ant to gel going faster in the morn- 
ing and make a quicker comchack after lunch 
— science SAW vou must stick to a coffee that 
you know is rich and full of flavor. 

The richness of Giasc & Sanborn Coffee 
can slways be depended oo. Chsn ASsaboo^ 
it sHids tern As cboicsK cttm Im ths 

world. You 
^IhctaTiriL 

It'9 reasonably priced. Buy a tin of Chase 
& Sanborn Coffee tomorrow. In poiMd snd 
half-pound vacuum tins. 



<kst 



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THE D AILY COLONIST. VICTDTTTA. B.C., THURSDAY. APRIL 16, 1936 



Secretary Outlines 
School Act Changes 



AtTeachers Meeting 



ImiioHant Amrndniento Detailc«l — Oflin r^ Klrcl- 
ed for Siih'^iiliary AnHOciationH ^iihin FVilt ra- 
tlW—Frofeattor Sedgewick Give^ Address 



V 



WESTEKN BONDS 
INREglSION 

Alberta Default Has De- 
pressed Market for Other 
.Brpyincial Securities 

Default by Alberta en the prin- 
elpal of a i«e«nt matunnK bond 
issue WM ftffeeUnc other provincial 



Ride ioJPicliwick Coach 




ANCOUVER. April 15 W.— Important amendments to the yesterday. Victoria flntndai 

School Act were outlined before today's session of the j,^^^, reported British Columbia 
British Columbia Teachers' Federation Convention here .dewntures of various maturities and 



by Harry Charlefcworth, general Mcretary 

Th* OOmpulhory v age has Secondary Teiu hers' Latin 8ec- 

aeven to six lion— Chairman, E. A. Munroe; sec- 



been changed irom 
yean, and, it teachers deem it ad- 
visable, children wUl be. aUowed to 
start school at the age of fi»e and 
one-half years, he said. Uiidrr . p»*- 
cial drcumstanctji pupils may be 
taken in past the age of elghletn 

In luture new pupUa wlU not be 
admitted to school after Iwo weeks 
„f th*- I'aii t.Tm have elapsed. They 
will not aUowed to start In the 
sfcond term In January, the secre- 
tary said. 

BASIC BALABIIS 

Standard basic salaries of 1710, 
$1,100 ttiKl $1,200 have been set and 
the scli'jol b<iard5 must pay those 
amounto. Six schools in any district 
may receive Ubrary grante d tSS 
ra< h 

O'tiT important iinn ndments in- 
clude: 

1. Unexpended by-law balances 
may be returned to Jt3M tiaances of 
ili e aU wet beard. 

a. OlatrtcU win be allowed to add 
a one-mill tax for .school butldinK'i. 

S. AH facts relative to dismissal 
of teaeben mni ba plaeed In 
writing. 

4. Manual arts will be made 

obligatory. 
— S. Arburaiion w. ill be made legal 
between teacheni' awortatiWM and 
the school boards. 



-Cectlon of offufrs of n number 
0t assodaUflos . xithln the. British 
CohimMft Teachers' Fede ra lia a 
■ulted today as follows: 
Secondary Teachers' Association 
]'rr: '.lU nt, J. Kaenatt; ncretary, 

A. Pi>f)Ir • 

Shop Teachers* Association Pips- 
Ident. A. Wlshart; secretary. W. O. 
Oampbell. " ' 

Hotn(> Economic Teachers' Sec- 
tion Prosidoiit. Mr.s. I. Oreen; sec- 
re'nn. Mls« MurlPl ttavldson. 

Secondary Teachers' Sclen< ; Sec- 
.ttan-<Sialrman, B. L. Jonks; aeere- 
tary. H. H. Orantham. 



tion— Chairman, £. A. 
reary. A. Poole. 

Secondary Teacnere' Geography 
Sectlon^hairman. R. O. Harris; 
secretny, Miss Maysls 'Oratirm. 

Secondary T«-arhprs' Cf rcial 
Section -Chairman. C. E. Ill)l»y: 
secretary. Miss A. Dunmore. 

^Iss Oraham is from Cloverdale 
and Mr. Jenlus from New West- 
mlnater. The other officers are 
from Vaneoavar schools. , . 

INOMSH IMPORTANT 
The Idea that Ennilsh could be 
taught successfully for a half-hour 
In the morning and then 'set aside 
for the whole dky." waa deplored 
by Dr. O O 8edt?ewl e l l. H e ad V t t t i B' 
Engh.sh department of the U..lver- 
Slty of Briti.sh Columbia, m an ad- 
dress today to the Secondary 
Teachers' Association. 

Above the material screech f 
street ear brakes and the noise of 
Granville Street traffir, l^r Sedge- 
wlck devoted his addre . to 
• Ae.sthetjcs." and stressed the Im- 
portance of a correct attitude on 
the part of teachers dealing with 
imaginative po<trv 

PHY81CAL EULCATION 

conjunction with mental training 

was stressed by Dr. O. M. Weir, 
Minister of Education, when he wel- 
comed delegates fTthe British Co- 
lumbia Parent-Teacher Federation 
convention, which opened today. 

"Physical health." he mid. "is the 
ba.si.s for moral and spirltutil henlth " 
Parents were just a,s much m need 
o( It as children. 



at various rat>s of int4>i-e.st were 
said to have dipped sharply in the 
last ten daya out pf sympathy, vhh 
demand extremely light 

rive pe^ cent debentures of this 
Province due in 194^ and 1954 Were 
being offered yesf-erday at $90 and 
$91 ; .S 5 per cent's due in 1945, at 
$8g. and sixes due in 1947, at $93.50. 
#lth lltUe or tjo trading The drop 
In some eases reached «a much as 
ten points in ten days. 

DEFAULT BLAMED 
Depression of prices pn BriUsh 
Columbia' seeurlUes, It was pointed 
out. had no direct relation to cur- 
rent Provincial problem.%. but arose 
from the reartlon of the bond mar- 
ket to the Alberta situation, where 
the Dominion withdrew its .support 

-foHowing lack of agreement y/" 



the loan eouneirvelleies of the 9^ 

ernl administration. 

Tlie concrete fact that the Do- 
minion suffered one We.Mern prov- 
ince to default temporarily on a 
part of it.s obllRanoas was afTectuiK 
the market for Western securities, 
local bond dealers said. 




EUDOBTDfa roB DBPicrr 



OHARLOTTTPOWK. April 15 

—Prince Edward Lsland Oovem- 
ment Is budgeting for a deficit of 
$70,330 on ordinary aocount.s Ordi- 
nary expenditures were estimated 
at $1,709,597 and ordtaary revenues 
at 11.639.367, 



1^ 



- 



ro SKRVE YOU... 



Wt Mrry tmplt Ireih ^irv ki of th» rrrdii mal pradlKt* of *ll lesdinc 
■aaetaatnrm. W« ari- . ! ii,t,.,rM''(i m scrvlas vm.. May 

K«li>>)le rrrsri iptlont 



RRo \n 

AT 

roar 



M'Glll 6 OiTfTio 

, . rBEscairxioH chemists 



TEST POSSIBLE 
BY im\ JUNE 



Centtnaed from Page 1 
»^ %Mmj la *m mllnwM to aroceed. 
twenty-one days must elapse before 
the polling dates. Exehidlng holi- 
days, this would make June 10 the 
first probnble da!^ on this basis. As 
June 10 will be a Wedne.sday, the 
actual polling day might vary by a 
few di^ from the flnk possible 
date. 

CUBTAIM BAISEB 

"TW present the I^^glslature has 
forty-ei8;ht seats and forty-six mem- 
bers. In which Liberal* hold ihuty- 
three: C.C.P. seven, and other 
groups sijc. 'Rie actual vacancies to 
bt> conte.sted are those ' created by 
the resignations of Mr. Justice Man- 
son and Mayor O. O. McOeer. KC . 
IMP. former members for Omineca 
and Burrard. re.spectlvely 
I The Oovemment has already in- 
, timated that the by-electlons will 
be 'considefed a test of the strength 
and popularity of the present ad 
ministration, and will be 



The mayor of Rochester, England, drinks the health of the members of 
the Dickens' Fellowship as they arrive in the Pickwick coach. The 
mayor is in his robes of ofBee (Usiek hat), as the coach, immortalized 
of Charles Dickens, world-fsmoua author, arrivts in town. Members of 
the Dickens' Fellowship in period sttire, were passengers In the coach, 
which was ^rlvsn bj Bertram Mills, from Golden Cross House, four 
hours sway. In connection with the Pickwick centenary programme. 



Other report acconu>anles a pro- 
visiooal map on the Papaonga River 

'area, Keruira district. The area ha.s 
received litUe lni«tu>ive prospecting. 



PTKlSr 

<i *Rrn N 
I I •• 



in BrilLsh Columbia, two in On- 
tario two In Sa.skaLchrwiin, and one 
fought Alberta, Maniloua, the 

with full Cabinet support on the 
ro.strun^s Thiil makes of the by- 



REPORTS OREATiy 
AIDPm 

Continued from Pace I 

gained by the parlle,!> "will be a 
powerful factor m mineral develop- 
ment for many years to come." He 
emphasised that the reports aheady 
available had been rushed and 
turned out la- mimeographed form 
with provisional maps to be ased by 
prospectors planning an early start 
of the season. 

Other reports are being rushed to 
completion now. • The Minister said 

that "the demmid ','<r 'hr n-;- 
sugKcsis tiiai, the many areas recom- 
mended for proepectlng Will receive Pf^'P*'^"^ ^ * "^P**" J** 
considerable attention." Opawica - Chlbougamau area. The 

In a resume of the ' work.- the k^^^** ^''J''^^ '''^"^'-^ ''^ 

Minister said the reporta detaUed p*PP"»« , "V* *.0«>-square-mUe 
work In four areas In Quebec, three ' »'••• 
Columbia 



More than 10.000 .square mUcs of 
promiMng country were mapped m 
Northern Quebec, and results of 
much of this work are contained in 
the four reports that have been is- 
sued. The continuation is shown of 
the belt of gold-bearing greervstone 
for .several miles beyond li.s former- 
ly-known limits in a rep^t on the 
Cadlllac-Malartle area. A report on 
the Waswanlpl area describes the 
area as favorable for gold and cop- 
per prospecting. J 

Pre-granltic rocks have been de- 
fined as the most favorable for 



CLAIM IRADEl 
BEING RUINED 



China Deprived of Millions 
Through Japanese-Aided 
Smuggling 

NANKXNO. China. Aprtl 15 — 
Chinese olBelals said tonight .thrae 

days of Intensive conferences had 
failed to brinK Japanese co-opera- 
tion in an effort to hah larKe-.vale 
smuggling Into North China which 
Is .depriving the National Crovem- 
ment of mllUons hi sorely -needed 
revenvje. 

8imultaneou.sly authoniie.s .said, 
the legitimate Unport trade in North 
CMna Is bstag ruined. 

The Chinese said diplomatic pro- 
te.vTjs to Toklo about the smuggling, 
alleged to be earned on by Japanese 
and Koreans, were ignored there. 
ANOTHBB OBStaeLB 
Tlie IaU\st dlftlculty placed In the ; 
way of Clunese •-authorities seeking 
to curb this Illicit trade Ls the Im- 
position a blankrt Import du ty 
by the new BMjb Hofiei autonomous 
regime on cotton goods, sugar and 
rayon which is only 80 per cent as 
larRe a.s the OhlBMO naritUne cus- 
toms levies. , 
According to authorities , here, 
North China officials have been in- 
formed by the Japanese that goods 
certified as cleared throuph Hopel's 
"private" customs must be recog- 
i,;,-,.-d-by the Nanking Government 
as legally impmted Into China. 
BLAME- JAPANESE 
Chinese said they viewed this wave 
of smuggled goods as evidence of 
Japanese desires to smash the Chi- 
nese maritime customs, from which 
the National CNrremment derives Its 
principal revenues 

In Tientsin foreign importers view 
the situation gravely. The Hentsin 
Qitematlonal Chamber of c omm e r ce 
satd the IMtelt trslBn aasaaees Vsgltl 

mate trade from Pelping to the 
'VanRt.se It added, the smuggled 
KO'Xls in recent wariUlnciW|ed 1S.0O0 
tons of sugar. 
Chinese said they regarded the 



BSTAB^ISHtD 1901 

1001 QOVERNMENT ST. 




MAN -TAILORED 

GREY - 
FLANNEL 
SUITS ^ 




situation as further evidence of the 
Imminence of renewed Japa n es e 
pressure la North China. 



GARDEN OPEN 




elections something of a curtain- 
raiser to the next general Provincial 

i election 




. . another grand a 
^Spring offer! 




STORES ^ 




ROYAL 

Super 



Yukon, and the Northwest Ter- 
ritories. Many thousands of square 

miles of favorable pro,sp<'c:lnt; 
ground, much of which has received 
little or no attention, have be<-n de- 
limited and vital geological knowl- 
edge has been gained vBTiSf&ii now 
being actively iHnmwcted and de- 
veloped. 

VIBGIN TEBRITOBY 

A large, readily aocesstble area In 

the Yulran is definM in one re- 
port as practically virgin prospect- 
ing territory. Beyond a limited 
amount of placer gold prospecting, 
and some more or less mcldental 
prospecting for lode gold depaslts, 
the area has apparently been large- 
ly neglected. ' 

Approximately onr-lhud of the 
10 000 squaie mile.s of Lerritory ex- 



AIRPLANE FINDS NO 
TRACE UE PAOULER 



Centlnaed from Page 1 ■ 

ularly strong yesterday, as it was 

running out from 5- o'clock in the 
morning until 3 o'clock in "^.e aft- 
ernoon 

Yesterday evening. Lieutenant 
Carl G. BovMuan. in (haige of the 
United States coast guard st 'xn 
at Poll Angeles, notified W. Plnd- 

lay. of the Chamber of Commerr? 
here. tJiat he hud dispatched a 
plane to fiv over the Strait and 
try to locate Ordano and his queer 
craft. 

PI.ANF SKAR( lfK> 

Lieutenant Bowman r^pciiid later 



Hatley Park to Be Opened 
As Feature of Flower 
Festival 



S i m 14 1 ^20 

Styled Exactly as 
Illustrated 

New Spring Man Tjilortd Suitt of fint ill wool 
gr«v tUnntI . . . smartly styUd at par CHt 
At (hit attrsctiva prkfi tlt eie SeiH s re^e^ctp- 

tionji >jlut *nd will pro«« » mmt wlirfiKlery 
outfit in any Spring wardroba. 

Tweed Swagger Suits in Many 
Smart Styles 

From $15.95, Up 



AN OUTS TANDIN G GLOVE 
VALUE! 

ENGLISH CHAMOIS 

GLOVES 




THEY'RE 
WASHABLE 



PAIR 



Dant't Caltbratad Eii«litli OismeU Qeves ia Hie «ev tkerter caff style with 
tijitic wfijt— an »»cflUnt Glova to Vaar wWi year spert cssImmss. WMta 
or natural. At, par pair — ■ .w*»wB 

($IZIS6T0 7W> 



ammed in the Yellowknife River that the plane had flown as 



region, Northwest Territories, is re- 
ported excellent prospeetlnr-ground 

for preciou.s metals. 
In BriiLsh Columbia, one report 



Dungeness, then across the strait 
to San Juan Island, and from San 
Juan back to the American side 
over Canadian waters to a point in 



dlrecUs Ht'eii'ioti to the pos,sibillty the vicinity of Port Cre.scrnt. but 




$69 



.50 



with complete set of 
attMiments, FREE ! 



'PlHONB TQDAT far a hease demenslratloa ef 
a wewderf^ l elcaaer and all the free attaehmenta. The 

Rnval "Super Grand" tx Ihrilling to run. it In so versatile 
and thnroogh. \ powerful hesdilght points nut every 
speck i>f dirt — iinthinc can eneape Irresistible suction, 
augmented by a gentle "floadnK" brush, sdjnnlsble to 
any floor, elean* everythinx — russ. lino, bare floors — 
qalekiy and eompletely. Bay now — the attaehmenta yon 
get free will takc^care of jroar dl^Ung— rartalns. shelves. 
Bletares. aphsbtsty, e iet h es! DONT PASS UP Tms 
^PPOMTVNTrr-e« demenetrailesi wUI leave yea under 
no obligation. 'It you dedicli* bay. yea ean asakc a 
small down pa j ws t and' b a dge t the resi en 



of oommejciai quantities of gold in 
tertiary gravels in the Cranbrook 
area. Large capital expenditures will 
be required to test the deposit, it Is 

stated, but the chances of success 
are regarded a.s .sufficient to war- 
rant the expenditures. Examina- 
tions made in the Fraser River- 
Harrison Lake region are the sub« 
J eel of a second report. Presence of 
rix k tormatlons .similar to tlMse in 
C;oqial\a!la le^^ion to the en-si, and plank 
the development of nlckeUferous 
sulphite bodies at the British Co- 
lumbia Nickel property prompted 
the. examinations. 

NEW OIL snUCTVUE 
The Alberta report reveals pres- j 
f nee of a new prospective oil struc- 
ture In the Walnwrlght area Known 
a.s the "battlevlew anticline. " tlie 
I new structure was disclosed In the 
I course of examination of a large 



had not .sighted Ordano The ciw.st 
guard official .stated that the pl.ine 
would be sent out again at day- 
light this morning to continue the 

.search 

Ordano'.s craft consist.s of two 
narrow pontoorus about ten feet 
long, hollow^ and air' and water- 
tight The pontoons were held 
apart by several stripit hf timber, 
on which was laid a plank On this 
Ordano .stretched out. clad 
only In bathing trunks, and with 
wooden paddles, which he called 
Tinners.", was to propel the craft 
across to Port Angeles. ■ Ordano | 
expected to reach Port Angeles be- I 
tween ^ and « o'clock last eve- 
ning. 



The beautiful gardens oP Hatley 
Park, wldelv-known residence of 

Mrs .lames Durtsmtiir. will be avail 
able for public in.s{>ectlon on Satur- 
day from 2 to fi p !ii as s feature 
of the forthcoining Spring Flower 
Pe.<ttlval of The Vancouver Island 
Horttrultuni_Aasociatlon. to be held 
on Pridav and Saturday, April 34 
and CS at the WlllOWl BxhlMUon 
Oround.s 

Some forty other Karden.-; in the 
Greater Vlc^rla area will be open 
during the flrst part of next week. 
On Monday, gardens in Saanich 

Mimlclpallty will be opened, while 

Tuesday will garden tours of 

Foul B:i\ n/>:id mid Oonzales Hill 
distrlct.s '."\Uv\u\e dnv.s Rock- 

land Avenue gardens w i i tw opened, 
and Oak Bay and Kvj'i;m;«:' car- 
dens will be inspected oi> Thiu'sday, 
the day preceding the show. v 
_PESTIVAL BAf>r.t:s 

Anyone wearing the "April. Flower 
Fe)(tival" badge of the Vancouvn* 
Island Hortlcultura] Association will 
be admitted to the manv gardeas. 
Badges can be obtMii - t Tiotn local 
florist,s The badges aLw> adthlt the 
bearer to the dower show at the 
Willows. / - 

Special bus facilities ' have been 
arranged for the garden tour >t 
Hatley Park Saturday. Buses will 
leave the Coach Lines depot at 1 4.^ 
p.m . returning from Hstlev Park 
at 4 30 ph, while coache.s will 
leave the Gray Line depot at 3:15 
p m.. returning at 5 p.m. 

Five judges for the show have 
already Ijeen .selected wlfh one more 
yet to be narivd nie judge.s In- 
clude (ieiiii'i' Hobin.son. Elk Lake; 
F. Bar' - r :^tarkey. Fred Saunders. 
Hyland Barnes and Dr. C T. Hilton.' 



PBINCI JOINB POBCBS 



ROMS. April IS (>P). — Another 
member of the Italian Royal family 
area in Central-Eastern Alberu and —prince Eugenio of Savoy, who is 



We.steni 8a.sk;itchewan. It Ls de 
crlbed a.s having more favorable 
.structural features than either t,he 
I Walnwrlght structure on the west or 
t the Rlbstone on the east. 

The Eagle Hills area at Prongua. 
ten miles west of KttWord, is re- 
vealed a.s .slruriurally favorable for 
natural gas prospectmg in one of 
the two Saskalchewan reports. In 
the other report the Hudson Bay 
Junction area -is shown to eontaln 
rockA cretac<>ous age that mUhl 
be source beds or that might well 
! serve for the storage of oil and ga£ 
! FAVORABLE BOCK TYPES 
The Manitoba report delimi;. 
favorable rock tvTjes in the .s^,. 
River area. Some prospecung has 
been done, but no Intensive seaieh 
has been made for mineral deposits. 

One of the two Ontario reports 
identifies the occurrence of copper- 
nickel siflphlde mineralization in 
the Pigeon River vea. south and 
west of Port Arthur, as being similar 
in nature to that of the huge oop- 
per-nickel ore bodies in the Sud- 
bury area. Assays showed the- pres- 
ence orUBninim. OWUffeiKii s wer 
found over a dlatance of twen^-four 
miles, tbough Uttle U known of 
their commercial Importance. The 



Aiting li Nights 



a naval 
join the 
AfMea. 



Iieut.enant left 
lulian forces 



today to 
It) East 



Enpineer Sayit 

hanfipoo Hivvr 
To Be Cleared 



Foot Expert Here 
Thb Week 




Long a hindrance to navigation 
on the Whangpoo River, outside 
Shanghai, "the bar" has been or- 
dered dredged away. This work 
will br done by tl. • Whangpoo Con- 
srrvanrv Board, whose duty.it iS 
to , keep the river dear. 

R "Maefarlane. SiMnghai. engi- 
neer for the board, arrived in vic- 
toria yesterday with his wife an I 
f.imilv aboard the 8a. President 
.lackson They are en route t > 
Scotland for a holiday. 

In speaking ,of the river project. 
Mr. Maefarlane. at the Dominion 
Hotel, last night, said th*" bo;ird 
had purrha.vd one of the largest 
suction dredges In the world for 
the work and had another on order. 

Asked about war scares In Shang; 
hal. Mr Macfarlane sfa*»>d there 
w-ls nor>e. and there was Uttle ap- 
parent acttvi^ In the etty by Oom- 
munists. 



WORLD MENACE 
AKIN 10 CHAOS 

Lecturer Tells British-Israel 
Group of Divine Pro- 
gramme in History 



'Curieiit history i-s not ii meiui- 
Ingle&s muddle, but a deliiiii-e and 
fonVoiA part of a divine programme 
for replacing world chaos with the 
order of the Khigdom Of Ood." 
stated Mr.. (1 E Altree Coley, well- 
known author and lecturer, at a 
well-att«tuled meeiin« of the Vic- 
toria and DUtrlct British-Israel As- 
M>clatton Tuesday night. .— 

.si».MkinK on 'The International 
Menace U» the Ught of Revelation. " 
the lecturer said ih.ii Aiiat *as no* 
witnessed was the death-struggle ol 
rrii IQ tts effort to retsin ltd, hoM . 
on the world Ever sinoe the first 
Easter mornin« pnw lalmed the vic- 
tory of Christ, the prefjaratlon for 
,Hls Kingdom had been going for- 
ward and was now almost com- 
plete. This included twa Unas of 
action, individual i^genetatlon and 
the national recon.st ruction and de- 
velopment of the Is::ie;.HrltIsti r.ice 
Per.secutloii h.i^l ojipM.Ml the fust 
while powjerful empires aiul national 
oombtnations had opposed the lat- 
ter. EuropMI> hl*tory was the rec- 
ord of this'stniggle, snd its main 
movement.s wie svmboll/<'d m the 
Book of Revelation, said the 
speaker. 

siinif pLAOvis 

The .seven la.st plagues foretold 
in that book were like the plaque* 
of Eiiypt. hammer-blows upon the 
evil workl-system which must be re- 
moved to make way for the King- 
dom of ChrLst The seventh plegue, 
the speaker believed, begsin with the 
World War, which destrov'«i the 
established Imperial order and pres- 
tige on the Continent with the ec- 
onomk and eoelesi^tical syMem 
which supported it. 

Tlie p»v I ' , • !.i'h had been ^fy/f(\ 
by dKiators would be massed 
against the Brifannte-tsrati naUbns 




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tMnlfiM*. H*a<l*' >>•«. UoM of l'»f>. Burn- 

•rrlpilMl «•>•«•« '•'•^'•J' .'.Sll'fillfcll 
laltty la 41 h«*r^ *I«<1 •1»<1« »5J5SiITl5I2 
la I dara or mosey back. Citiaa 
Madssaas 



MR. O. A. McRKRlHEN 
who wfll be at the Maan'a Bay 

rompanv Friday and Saturday (rf 
this week Mr. McKerihen comes 



Ontario, and Is an outs t a n ding foot 

••• 



.«IAN PEDRO Calif . April 15 iK^h- 
f'ariada's West Coa.*r naval sqwid- 
ron. the destroyers Skeena and Van- 
couver, art due at San Pedro on 
Saturday ■MCBlBf for « . five • day 
vMt, en route from amnial taetlcal 
exerr.sr- .rr IVrmuda to their home 
base »' F>riiuma:t British OolTjmbia 
Selliruf from San Pedro April 22 




which stand for peace and mercy, 
Britain's present role of peace- 
maker wa.s draAinn upon her tho 
hatred of the European dicUt^rs, 
who saw In her rich empire the so- . 
lutlon of their economlo dlfflnultlea. 
The attsck by air and cavatry upon 

Pale.stlne In the design to vv»«r the 
British eonneetions with the Ea.st 
was foretold In prophecy and was 
now feasible stnoe recent ipanou- 
vree demonstrated the transporU- 
tion of whole armv brlgadea with full 
( f|M:pmrnt by airplane. In the 
<!'" if 'He final crisis the Britan- 
nic people wouM recognize their 
long-lost identity and turn In hmri- 
felt repentance to CM. Tbso 
Chrl.st would appear and bring the 
Ioi,p»«d-f^ jirare aJ;d 'sijxbllsh a 
aolden aff*" 'f f^nltv and happineK*, 
the speak/^ l■t,ur]■|(^rl^, 



dlrert from the clinlr of the famous 

Dr. M. W. Locke at WUUamsburg-iihey «iil visit Monterey from April 



a to 3t and af« due 

1. 



SWEET 
CA)>ORALS 

CofStivaJtA 



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CsUDUaned ISM 
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■AtM 09 CarrlarjAi Oy Man '.n D'hirtott 

to VtetorlA. ttnTtd oy Coioout 

Monthly — — . 

All subw:ri!.Mnn rates payable In advance 

■crlbm »r« requested to make all remittance* direct 

h|o Th» D»lly Colonut 
■uhurrlber* lii ordertnf cltaoge ot^^CAnujihouM oe 
MrtlctilAr to alve both old axKl new taarwi 



The Observation Car 



municipuUiif.v The fact ii therefore obvlouf that 
this drain cannot go on mdeflnliely without, dan- 
ger to the financial and credit structure ol the 
Dominion. There j»eems to be a central consensus 

tfToimi iw i. w ilh s u i f sgs t i tn pirty c g ytics that 
a more ro'iipneni man than Mr. Dunnlns could 
not have been chosen lor efTectlnf the financial I $««PP«»y ^•"•^ 
salvation of ths country. 

What with the importunltlee of the provinces 
for financial reiiel and the necessities for Fed- 

era! aeonomies. no Finance Min i ste r I n t h e b is ^ ^. Nscssssry Undcrtsking 

tory of Canada ever had more Intricate problem* ™»"? 



the Philosopher says: "It 
uke aome folks no time 
too much."— WIJT. 
• • • 



i[etteri<«(Ptor 

No MU«( U> MlMr •111 M lBMIi«e M* 

MPl ovrr 111* piuprt tifiiauirr addrtM 
o( ttit mtMi Tbu rule sdinii* oi oe 



To Canada Great Britain: 

Mexico, except dlstrteu a* ab^vc. 

Yearly ... 
Half- Yearly 




Quarterly — 

^^^^^^^^^riiur^dav, April 16. 193S 



, fBtMIEB'S FLlGinS 



to handle and solve The time therefore has conie 
to forget party iand remember the interests of 
tl>p country and tru.st that public confidence in 
the abilities of Mr. Dunning may be Justified by 
•vantti 

• TR1£D. ANQ FOINU WAMlNO 



Many of the public mm of Canada sorm to be 
taking to the air as^naiuiuily as a .duck^i^ke.s to 
the water. Mr. Bennett flew through the ulr on 
■everal occasioius during the iair election cam- 
paigt. He had to do it to fuliU some of hU 
engag. .nents-and he probably paW all his own 
expenses But it was Mr McGerr. in his dual 
position of .Mayor of Vancouver and representa- 
tive of a c(inatltu«ncy In the Provincial Leglala- 
turB who demonstrated by taking to the air that 
he rould discharge the duties of two omces. al- 
though he could not. Uke the bird of the story, 
be in two places at once. The aerial flight. s of 
the. former Mayor were 'the talk of Canada for 
a time. 

Thus Mr. McGcor "startrd .something, ui the 
vernacular of the news room, and the thing he 
•tarted. possibly as a flight of fancy, has bacome 
the ordinary thing Premier Pattullo ha.s flown 
-ia OtUwa and back, and he is going to fly to 
OtUwa and back again. If the first flight of the 
Premier had coincided— or [>(.s'<i bly w» .should 
■ay synchronized— with the conventwwe of the 
Prime Minister of Canada and his Minister of 
Finance Instead of with the Ea.stcr holidays, 
which are always religiously observed in the 
Eastern parU of the country, ona flight might 
have done and saved the expense of two Mr 
Mackenzie King is a highly conventional person, 
and never will discuss business during IToly days. 
Bis closa political relations with the Province of 
Quebec preclude the possibUlty of any such .thing. 

Mr. PattuUo when In Ottawa might have re- 
mained there until the holidays were over and 
the affairs of state open for discussion without 
offence to anyb(xiy. But the Premier is an Im- 
pulsive man and often does things on the .spur 
of the moment whicii he might have left undone 
after mature consideration. His natural Impet- 
uosity of disposition has been re.sponslbl.- for 
many of his political troubles. If he had been 
more of a dlsclpHoailan and less submissive to 
the actSyOf his cabinet coileague.s. the condni >ns 
In his party and the popular state of mind with 
reference to his administration mlRht not have 
baan so apparent to thoaa w^o have eyes to sea 
and ears to henr g 
ThPre may be some public criticism of thosff 
trips through the air to Ottawa on account of the 
exivcnse But any such crltlcUm may legitimately 
be met by pointing out that If he had remahied 
In OtUwa his traveling expense account would 
have been amounting up and that while at home 
Uie cost of his living is a strictly domestic charge. 
We naturally assume that when the members of 
th<' Lrgi.slature had their traveling expenses 
doubled, thai provision did not apply to the ex- 
penses of members of the Government when 
traveling on official business So the Premier ! 
will probably argue that when he flies to Ottawa j 
In i^fwance to traveling by ordinary routes he 
Is not only saving his own valuable time but sav- 
ing the taxpayers his expenses on trains and at 
hotels, in thaaa times of depression and dearth 
of money. It will not do to leave out of consid- 
eration the economic aspects of current Issues. 

Now that the Premier has cxperienbto the sen- 
sation of flying through the air with his head In 
the clouds, It may be pertinent to suggest thit 
When ha gets back trom Ottawa on his second 
trip lie should plant his feet on the solid ground 
and keep them there for a time He might also 
elap his aar to the ground and listen. If he does 
that he will hear rumblings which portend no 
good to the future of his Government; he will 
haftr grumblings within his own party and mur- 
murmurlngs of indli^n.if ion in all provincial dis- 
tricts Which Indicate that his administration has 
lost ptrtiUe confidence more .quickly than any 
other Government In the hl.itory of Canada If 
Mr. PattuUo has any doubu about those state- 
ments, let him |tt about the province and listen 
t« the views of the voters. 



The League of Nations inuv have been a sub- 
lime conception, but Uie life and the usefulness 
of any human organisa tion are limited by the 
vagaric* of human nature The ideal at the back 
of the conception of^the League was an uuer- 
natlonal form of government. 
- National governmcnt.s and provincial g(jvern- 
ments. as we have found out in Canada, spend a 
great deal of 'their time and the people's money 
In travelings and conversations The members of 
-M»e Leag«|e -have for months been spending their 
time and swne of ova money (Canada contributes 
to the support of the urganizatlo;i > in travelings 
and conversations, in a. great deal of talk signi-: 
fylng nothing. 

The misgivings of tho.se who .scoffed at the 
League In the beginning of lu life have been at 
least partiaUy Justified. It is said a silk pUrse 
cannot be made out of a sow's ear Ilf ha.s been 
said, snd may .be <fcld again, tj^a*. you cannot 
make unity out of any organisation whlch_j8 
politically and congenlUlly di.sunited 

It Is difficult enough to unite any nation Jor a 
common national purpose. The Job of uniting 
any internatio nal organization for a common in- 
ternational purpose Is beyond the capacity of apy 
leader unless gifted with supernatural poweta. 

The Impotcncy of the League' of Nalion.s in the 
face of the situations in Italy and in Germany 
needs no demonstration. The facts are sufficient- 
ly convincing If there had been no League of 
Nations. Ethiopia might not have been sacrificed 
in the interests of national cupidity. If Britain 
had been umler no obligation to the League of 
Nations and at liberty to play the game accord- 
ing to her own hand. Mussolini might have 
paused before pouring his legions Into Ab\.sslnia 
and proclaiming valn-glorlously to all the world 
that his mission was to'plant Classic. Italian cul- 
ture and liberate the sl.ives In a heathen land, 
with death -dealing bombs and poisonous ga.sts 
The supreme buslness'of'any nation Is to gov- 
ern and administer the affairs within and with- 
out the nation. The chief business of any nation 
should be to refrain from meddling in the affairs 
of other nations, to so direct the affairs of the 
nation that actions may be void of offence to 
other nations. 11 all nations were so governed 
there would be no necessity for such a futility as 
the League of Nations. 



In Ruppo: V ol llif .tiKu.iient that 
Victoria needs a civic auditorium 
m ths worat way. one can think, 
nff-hsnd. of DQ-iesa than eleven 
important things it oould be used 
t <r nut to mention othm tliat 
may be thought of under closer 
study. A civic au(llU>rlum would 
b t tt at fii l the Victoria MuMcal 
festival: the B.C. Drama Festi- 
vil; various Little Theatre 
groupa; the Victoria Civic Opera; 
box lacrosse, basketball; Inriu- 
nierublc imported sports features; 
flower kliowi. and indoor m holas- 
tiC^evenU. such as pageants and 
physical training dUptays.— P.CJI. 
• • * 



PBOPBSiOB ANOUg AND 

CREDITS 

Sir,— Your correspondent. Mr. W. 
Diamond, relates that at a meeting 

held In Sidney recently, Profeaaor 
Angus wa» asked the question: "Do 
banks create credit with a .stroke o; 
the pen? and he replied. ' Ye.v 
"Can Oovernmenls do the same ' iheni I<>i 
thing?" srwsa also asked. • ' he 1 .... . 
replied, nrht danger U i^jhi poa- day Is net felt so 

slblUty of abOSS " " " — ' '" **" 

difficulties." 

Thoee UE9_flUestiona when de- 
ta4^)^ 4rem-«iher r elated guestl ons. 
which apparently wit* HN Bked. 
are what Is known as "catch" ques- 
tions, intended to camouflage the 
functlon.s and practice of banking 
and credit granting. As they have 
b^en given wide publicity in your 



' I es*"' oovenunent are astabUshed 
u,fM. and every facOlty sad peo- 

jtection Knaranteed to them In col- 
I lectUjR revenue lor China. In case 
of rebel lioivs or tight lug Ui the Ul- 
terior. Chmese flock to th«se oon- 
eassions Jer safety and to e&cape the 
robbery and persecution of their 
own rulers inland. The Chinese 
jx opj- arc not .sufTennB -aJiv riaVd- 
sli.pa through the exuMence of 
-treaty port cooceMioiui and extra- 
territorlaUty. and the general atti- 
tude towards them may be gauged 
bv the rorlirteiife all merchants and 
Chinev t-ommon people place in 
iheir own .salel> 
Tlw value of exlraierritor^liix to- 
lUeh In the con- 




U delicious 



to avold~Snaaciai I ceaslons as tn the far-Ulterior ler- 
' ritory where Europeans traveling nr 

' n-.Md;ii« in inland cllie.v arr at the 
mercy of ignoraiit. capnciouo rulers 
terrible priwh condltl<MU and a 
corrupt system.jof bribery, instead 
of admmistratlon of JusUee and 
protection 

Mob la v is prone to develop at 
any time Tlie ma.vses j»re \rry .'U- 



MtrrONS MVDDLK THKOVOM 

Great Britain closed her fl;ical year on March 31 
with a treasury surplus. For the sake of hands aci^ 
the .sea. oouamshlp and all that, we should like. If we 
could, to excuse an tnexeusably backward nation on 

tlie grounds of sheer accident. But th thing has now 

h.ippened four limes in .succes.sion. The painful con- 
clusion i.s unavoidable that they planned It that way. 
Bui win? 

Dt .John.son wh^ onn- in oiu ersHiioii wiUi a vounc 
woman who, tliotiuli exprcK-slnij Reneral approval of 
hLs dictionary. ncverUicle.s,'- ;i.^ked him Why did you 
define 'postern' as ihi reiir xate of a <a.^Ilt''' The 
amateur lexlcourapher s reply was "Becau.se dear 
lady. I didn't know any better * 

So It must be baldly stated, no matter whose feelings 
may be hurt, that the Chancellor of the Exchequer is 
a rank aoMteur who doesnt know any better than to 
spend a little Mil than he takes m.— WaU Street 
Journal. 



I am so bored I moan and vince 
On heartnR of the DIonne Qumts: 
My ears go dull, mv oyeoalls glassy, 
At mention of Hiule CeUu jU ; 
I m sick of cotivi Lsc plea.sed QCjaitier 
On Mrs- Roosevelt^ public twitter,. . . 
Oh. let us cease this newsrcel noise, 
And. Ulte the elevator boys. 
Just nuke remarks about the, weather 
humans Ret together. 

—Margaret WIddener. 
In The New Yorker. 



The H tuither 



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FMmUMl nm tTATtSMCN 



Meteoroloflcal Offlce. Victoria B C, at 7 00 p.m . 

April 15. irae. 

SYNOPSIS or WEATHER CONDITIONS 
With the exception of light local j«ls In the In r 
ivMor the weather has bSan fair and warm in Bntuh 

Columbia 

l^r. mild weather extends from the Rockies east- 
ward to Manitoba. 

PinCIPITATION AMD TEMPKRATURlia 
(Frasipltatlon for twelve hours to S:00 pjn.; teaapera- 
tures for twenty-four hours.) 



i 



The liberal Oovernment of Canada has two 
very dlAeult problems to lolve. One of the dif- 
ficult problems Is the annual deficits on the 
Canadian National Railways. The other diOlcult 
problem is that of the unemployed The Mtnlstdr 
of Finance will deal with the first, and probably 
the most acute, problem, that of ultimately bal- 
ancing his budget notwithstanding annual 
charges against the trrasiu\ of from forty to 
fifty million dollars. The Premier will undertake 
to solve the second problem.^ He has t^ken the 
first staP In the direction of soTVlng It by mo\ mg 
for the appointment of a commission to deal with 
unemployment. Mr. King, when Leader of the 
Opposition, advocate the appointment of a com- 
mlJwlon to devise .some method of solving Uie 
problem of the unemployed and the unemploy- 
able. It would not bo a singular fact In the light 
of the things which have not been accomplished 
by commissions." political and otherwise, if there 
diould be some scepticism in Canada regarding 
the po.sslbllltles for good of the commission on 
unemployment. Still. ev#n "tlW' CTIlU'I f^f the 
'Liberal Govamment believe that the commission | 
should be given a fair chance and should not be 
hampered by premature criticism In Its effort. s 
to do gfwntttr*'*! Ttl» pObUe attitude seem.s to 
be that If the commission cannot do much good 
it can do little harm. The public attitude to the 
unamptoymant commission U the same as the 
public attitude to the reciprocity treaty with the 
United States: Olve it a fair trial and wait and 
•It fHwt good will coma out of it. 

But while the orttkt are withholding their fire. 
tiMV are all agisad tntl many of the supporters 
of ttM MW ftMBtolratlon agree with tham th at 
the credit of Canada la dependent upon .satl.sfac- 
tory solutions of the two acute p roblems. Fed- 
eral IMMIItllg «B ■w w ht •! ttia National Rail- 
ways are in the neighborhood of fifty mUlion 
doUars a year. Fsdaral UabUl Ues on ac count of 
the unemployed are to tha naUfcfcorhood of 
seventy nve million dollars a venr to whi. h n. . t 
be atitttti tilt ittliHtVT* ol the woyiuccs and Uie 

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Victoria 
Nanaimo — . 
Vancouver 
Kb m loop* 
Prince C>eor»e 
Estevan Point 
Prince Rupert 

AU to 

Oaweon 

Seattle ...^ 

Portland 

San Francisco .... 

Spokane ......... 

l/TKi Angeles 

IVtitlrton 

Vernon . . . 

Cirand F>Drks 

Neliton ....... 

Ka.>.lo ....... 

Craii brook 

Calgary . 

JBdmonton 

S'-ift Current ... 
Prmce Albert ... 
Saskatoon — - 
(^'Appells ...... 

Wtpnlpsg 

Moow Jaw — 

T\ie.*dayr- 

Tnronto ...T.i- 

Ott«"S ; 

Montreal 

Salni Jolm 

Halifax : 

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Maximum . .•>'- 

Awrage — ....,..•....•.«• 

Minimum on the grasa 

Weather, clear: suasMae <ietti>. 11 

ft:Se rJM. Wr.ATIIFR RKPORTS 

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Vanoo u w~ l a w aMl ar . mM; wM. « mi^; 

90.12. wind F. . « milss; elsar 



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66 


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64 


36 


78 


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64 


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36 




33 




32 


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67 


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Do You Know That 
JUnmy Archsr. of Toronto, caught 
for the old Chicago Cubs when 
the legendary Ttaker-tOiBver-to- 

Chance combinatlori was at its 
peak. Archer introduced the .snap 
thn>W to ba.se.s from a crouch- 
ing position behind the bat and 
beeaase-tha- model tnr all modern 
backstops. Ha^ one of the few 
Canadians to make good in the 
• big lime ■ . . A fUm Of OU a 
hundredih-inllhonih of an Inch 
thick Is aufflelent tO calm the 
waters of a rough sea . . . The 
National Greyhound Racing Club, 
"of England* has more than 45.000 
dogs and 22.500 owners on its 
registers . . . Walter Wslthour. 
Sr . ha.s vkoii almo.st $1,000,000 in 
.six-day bllc« races .since he began. 
1 wonder how much our own 
"iforehy" Peden has earned 
through his ability on the saucer 
track, Must ask him When he 

romeji home next time ... A 
new.spaper commentator has Just 
recently published an article stat- 
ing that Koir is the only frame 
played with ball and stick which 
does not call for defensive tactics. 
Of course, he's right In a sense. 
pio\ iried vou have forgotten about 
pool anil billiards, as well RStho.«ie 
favore<1 ^Miiies of Iohk. lone aRo 
such as croquet. baRatelle or liv- 
oll. as they used to be called . . . 
Queen VlctorU. at the~1ie of 
seventy-five, began the study of 
Hindustani, one ot the most dif- 
ficult languages Inrsexlstence to 
m.ister . . There are or.lv 

twenty-lhK-e lettens 111 the luilrtii 

'alphabet; the Engiush icu. i.-. iKLs-s- 
lng are H. J. K. W. X and Y. 
— J.D. 

Along the Football Front 
Jim Cook, left fullback of the ft-. 

quimalt te;im, is in our opinion the 
best deti TKe man in the city. Not 
quite so six^ctacular. perhaps, a-s 
some ol the other fullbacks. Cook 
is as safe ai any defence pla>> i 
we have in our midst at present, 
Is a sure tarkirr. speedy and has 
a good know 1- (L;<- "f Hie ganv 
. . . Eddie De Costa, young 
centre forward of the dixkyard 
village boys, is a comer, and gives 
promise to becoming the best 
centre forw.ird since the days of 
Jtick C:ise> ■ Coulter. and 
.sp«Mkiii||{ ol Coulu-r, how many 
fans know tiuit Coulter could not 
even kick a ball when he came 
to Work Point Barracks. However, 
S. M. Stevens, an Old Country 
player, .saw the i)o.s.sibilltv of di'- 
velopuig Coullar into a good plai - 
er and took him in hand He 
bro.ight the youngster out to a 
.si)ot where it one time he was 
rated as the finest centre forward 
In the Province —ST. 



From Little Acorns Grow 

A local press photographer told US 
he started his career with a cam- 
ira made from a cigar box and a 
lens usmg the bottom of a beer 
bottle , . . . After spending two 
months' spare time building a 
fence around hi. ne* tiome. the 
same photographer one afternoon 
sat down for a.restj A iKisMng 
.strartger stopped to remark tnat 
he did not like the front door on 
the house Another j)ede.<;tti:iii ad- 
vised him to diK up and re>f< d hU 
lawn. A third pfts.s.d dl.spar.i^lnR 
rwnarks about the fence. The 
photographer. beUig a sensitive 
soul (Redded to hire a man to do 
all his future wofk around the 
hrnisf VVi' feel .sorrv for 

the devout old gentleman who 
tottered 'up to the top of Mount 
rolmle for the sunrise service on 
April 6. only to find that he was 

n. werk (Mil Tlie day of the serv- 
ice the man wa-s still sufferln.; 
from the rllnib «nd was un,»ble to 
make the attempt the secoixl time 
... We saw two brand new 
straw haU on Tuesday and, felt 
their owners were rather rushing 
the sea-son. Ofiiiial xtraw hat 
day ii.sed to be .May 24 . 
"Oow hardy English walnut trees 
Stand 40 degrees below aero " says 
an advertisement m The Colonist 
Is that an un'onsClOUS .slam 
aealnst Victoria s iin.TOrpa-ssed 
climate? . From Olds. Al- 
berta, comea news of a cat that 
has a paa.ilon for peanuts If 
Mary, the Klford Street cat. hears 
this from her master we know 
slw will be Kalous Mai-y Ls fon- 
der ' peanuu than she Is of meat. 



columns. I ssk >TOfeasor'AngM' to' petstiltous. woefully ignorant ^d 
be good enough to answer publicly I cruel. -and in the past It has been 
the following questions > idl.srovered that the magistrate tUm- 

1 When bank, create credit by ""^ underlings were the in- 

not uSTtroke of the borrower's pen. ; ;*"^«""Lr 1^^°^ 
When he signs the promissory note, ! Ple^ *«nj^^^ 

play Just a.s an important part in !llft J^IJi^L^^if^J^ 

the "creation of credit a., tht andTJease 




DQHIT FORGET... 
SEED 



1420 



rii<l wc carry • fall ileck ot 
Grain. Graties <n4 Clever; sbe Rooti, 
Flowttt and Vtgftablti. 
Alie SprsyT'sarf Pertilutrt ot (««nr Dtsciiption 

Co. Ltd. 

PHONE 6 4IS5 



firackman-Ker 

BROAD ST. St Yean ef Coattnaovi Servka 



bank's 9a.ir% in their book.s? 

3. DcMs no^ the granted loan oon; 
8Mttite--a- charge against the bank's 

cash reserve and the borrower's as- 
sets, actual and potential? 

3. Can tlie borrower, if he wi.shes. 
draw out llie whole of the loan in 
cash immediately the loan Is 
granted? . . i 

4. If a bank created credit by a 
stroke of a pen and made pie.senta 
of the credits U) ■ castomers. ' instead 
of a loan> would not the gifUs be at 
the expense of the banks share- 
holderat 

b If a bank ronliniied to do the 
dOn.f kind deeds would not ul- 
tim.ii'Iy all the moiicv belor-ging 
to lUs .shareholders and depositors be 
exhausted and the bank admpelled 
to close Its doors? 

% Is iMM ft n a itow' a ewdit e a »a l te 
the amount i' ran safely COUect 
from lis taxpayers? 
7. If the State did a banking bus! 



ness. are not the taxpayers of the 
country in the same relative poaltlon 

as the .shareholders of a bank? 

8 II the State, through its bank, 
continued regularly to irive nego- 
tiable money to all its cituena. 
wouki not the gifu be at the es- 
pense of the taxpayers? 

9. If the Oovernment accepted 
MHuc ol this gift money back mi 
paymciu ol -taxes, would not itA 



|j.hl.s i)eo) 

It IS will ftir missionaries and for- 
eigners in inland Chiui that the re- 
spectabifi. peaoe-lovmg Ctunese are 
not like that. JThde U a.peoportion 
of the mhabltants who are as fine 
and cultured ahff educated a peo- 
ple a-s miRhl be found in any coun- 
try, but even they tremble for their 
Uvea and the safety of their homes 
at the haids of their own rulers and 
soldiers. 

C'hif.R s\ifTer.s more humiliation 
and disgrace from her iuablUtv to 
unite, govern .and protect her peo- 
ple than from the existence of extra- 
territoriality. 

Whatever blunders may have been 
made in tlie past. I am sure the 
' great power.s. Prance, the United 
States and Great Brluin. are 
rhlnt 'I I ffst friend s, and wish to see 
her beoome a strong, united and 
prosperous nation, but it would be 
folly U) aboil h exiraterritwiallty 
before c'luiia is in a position to as- 
sure safety and protection in every 



WEDDING GOWNS 



Two OttlF-Wsn-O'^ OeWM.WlUi Train Tli»«» -Md lo .«»0, 
.nS are aa. wm»Mb«> karsata ai 

THE^'WAREHOUSr' 

DOUOLAs STari.T .sToar. 



$14.95 



part of the China continent under 
her authority.. " 

China must come to the decision 
that honest, straiglitforward dealing 
is her only hoi>e; that slirk diplo- 
matic camouflage will no longier 
work, and benevolent good will i^n 
no kMiger oover up maladministra- 
If China will be efleiant and 

..^ Amm,^.^ wm th> Mm* 'rue to the best Uiteiestsof her own 
revenue be deeieased by the , ^^p,, .smoeniy, extraterrttorlal- 

^^Hf the gift money, like bankers' ''X •^"^'^ 



the oliier, i«-Um« of war, persecu- 
tion, martyidom. fU'', bUxxl .smoke, 
and heaped-up coip.ses, He turned 
back and. looking over that hor- 
rible scene of devasUtlon, He sor- 
rowfully .said : and dW I not 

tell you to love one anotlier?" 

Mr. Editor, then- .x-eiivs to be no 
doubt that the moral and .spiritual 
conditions of the world are fast 
deteriorating to the aame propor- 
tion that our Western civilisation Is 
departing from the simple truths Of 
the in.spired Word of God. 

The beautiful structure tliat the 
League of Nations started to erect 
has crumbly down because lU 
foundation, not being Ood's UStA 
or Ood.s Christ. wa.<; of necessity 
unsound. No man can build on sand 
and succeed He must build on the 
solid Rock which U Christ I What 
the League of Nations has tried to 
do without Christ. ChHst U going 
lo do without the l.eague ntlfatlon.s! 
The stage Ls .set for the Ix>rds re- 
turn, wlven the awful injustice pre- 
vailing in the world today .shall i>e 
done away with by ChWst ^ur Right- 

eou.sne.s.s ! 

"But unto you that fear My Name 
shall the Son of RiKhte.nisne.ss arUse 
with heaUng In Bi^ wmgs'' 

L. J. EEKMAN. 
40 Wellington Avenue, Victoria, B.C . 

April 10, im. I 



money, wa.s ased to purchase im- 
ported giHids, would not the Gov- 
ernments bank have to redeem it 
at the expense of tiie taxpayer^)? 

If Pnrfeasor Angus will kindly re- 
ply to these questkms, I have no 
dojbt but th"aT"our Douglas Social 
C'Kvlii Iririids will b<" wL^er and pas- 
slbiy'sadder mrn, loi do ihtles, the 

anawer yrlli br to .n. ryone 

SPSNCfiK PERCIVALl 
Port Washlnfton<~B<C;' April 11. 



JAM£S MOVES. 
115 Regina Avenue. April 11. 1N6. 

lORKtlTlUN 
Sir.— In my letter in ye.striday 
morning's Issue^ the word modify" 
should bt "codify". The words 
- died from a vl^tipn qt Ood" are 
omlted. I • 

ALFRED WlOda. 



ForSliced Cooked 
MEATS 

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DALE'S 

ROAST CHICKEN SHOP 
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Ciinltigh Mouse School 

FOR tOYS 
A frWste Oeiaearsry sM Hlfk Schael. 

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STOCKERS 
KURITY 
TORACE 

VICTORIAS FINEST 
FURNITURB • • 
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MOVING -PACKIMC 

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nn sBASoMt 

Rooting! Shooting! 

BursUng green. 
O'er the earth a tender sheen: 

Life revlvinC. resurrecting. 
Sprmg begulimg. 

Olowing! Blowinsf 

Bloonw a-rtotr- 



SUNRlSe AND SUNSET 



TUM •( MsnM aaS mrmi (^eip* 
ttaaSard umt) at neterla. BC. rpr Uw 
maaib of Aaril. 



CONDITIONB IN CHINA 

.Sir. Without wishing to detract 
from the desire tor belter under- 
standiiiK Mii'l iitci natioiiH; n'xx' \^'ll 
between Chma and tiie powers, a'* 
expressed in the recent address by 
Harry Ha.stlngs before the Rotary 
Club in Victoria. I wl!*i to dissent 
from hLs pro-Chine.se presentation 
of ooncessicms to foreigners and 
extraterritoriality. 

It win not help the cause of m- 
ternatioiial good wll' any to bias the 
causes and history of thA policy of 
territoriality In favor of China; bet- 
ter rather to bring forth proofn that 
the conditions in China which 
neeessltated the self-proteetk^n pol- 
icy ot estr.i'fri •niKility have now 
disappeared and tliai forelRn live.s 
and i)iii;x^r'. are .safe anvwhere 
througlwul the Chinese Empire. 

One c( the best indieatioos that 
the Chinese nation I.s now nearlne 
the p')int where the Oo\'emment 
could b<' lru.ste<l to adminusler Jus- 
tice and assure protection to Euro- 
peans would be the measure of good 
government, justici. protectkm of 
life and property, which CMna can 
and is glvina to her own people. 

No Chine.sc government can be 
trusted with the live* of foreigners 
wliieh oanno. give protection to her 
own people. Vtaeign concessions in 
China were not given by China in 
the friendly uplrlt of compromise a.s 
sugge.sted by Mr Hastlncs China 
was proud and haughty towards all 
I nations, as mferiors. ^their very 
presence was contemptible, and sUck 
lMid*r» of China tho»ight t>.ey were 
fool ng the • foreicn devils' in con- 
tcedlne u.seles.s swamps and Lsland.s 
to he the site of homes and trading 
marts of foreigners. Hongkong wa^ 
s small, useless lsU.nd of liUls and 
rocks: Canton (Shameen) was a 
sand bar Infe; ..ed with ants; Shang- 
hai was a low-tide mud flat out Mde 
the city; Chlnklang.was a mud flat 
on the Yangtae River, and so on. In 
every .dsse the concession was a 
piece of unelem territory, and only 
became valuable aflT muih efTort 
•nd millions of foreign money had 
been .sp^nt cn them to snake them 
habitable. — - 

NOW they have become models for 
the rest of Chin.*, to copy They are 
a haven of refuge for wealthy Chi- 
nese. fleeinK from oppreviion in the 
Interior of Chins. Thousand.s of 
Chinese are finding work and build- 
ing their homes there for safety, in- 
stead of in the Chmesc rity nearby. 
The customs cAoea of the Chi- 



clear. 



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" WAR IN tTHlOPIA 

Sir,— There Is enough appalling 
news in the papers these days a* 

make the blood of the 'coolest" man 
boil with IndiKuation Take, .'or 
Instance, the war in East Africa. 
Has ever a oatton. armed bo the 
teeth, reaped mors iafaowus "glory" 
and behaved nwre cowardly and 
.savagely towards a quasl-defeneeless 
nation than the one which claims 
lo be the custodian of Christianity 
and clvlli7Jition. 

Could anything be more cruel 
than the sight ot aU the dvUlsed 
nations (If not every one bound by 
treaty, yet all. most assuredly, bound 
bv moral duty and obliKatiun to help 
the weaker ones agaln.st deliberate 
wholesale oppre.s.slon tijeft and 
murder) tacitly looking on at the 
extermlnatlen- of a whole natkm? 

What would be thoutflt- of . the 
ca.se of a robber and mUrderer 
entering a man's house, crowding 
him out of his houKe. killing him, 
and ca.stlnK his body into the back- 
yard, then taking "lawful " posesslon 
of his newly-acquUed* property by 
the right of might, settling among 
ilie neltchi)ors who, after having 
t irni-d a clfal imi to the ixxjr mans 
cries and pleadings for help, would 
now with a smil)- oL complacency 
welcome and acknowledge the mttr- 
derer as the rightful owner of the 
preml.se* 

What would be more ie\oUiiig to 
a 5CanUly-dre.s.sed dwarf armed 
irith barely more than a stick to 
defend his rightful belongings with, 
hariLissd to death by an ironclad 
K.ant, merelle.wly pouncing upon 
him, Ra.S'-inir him, fIre-bombinR Vilm. 
strangling J^im, with the avowed in- 
tention to extemtinale him, while a 
crowd formed In a circle around 
them watch, with foMod arms, the 
dha-stly .siKht of a man breathing 
his last under the Iron lieel of a 
savage, if not in naase. UMM OSr- 
talnly in deed! 

What oould be thought of ens of 
the powerful spectators who, oror* 
looking the use of gas and bombs by 
the giant, would r»",K}rt ihe It; tie 
fellow for having, in s«l|-defence. 
hit below the belt 44be aUigsd .uso 
of dum-dum bulletjti? 

What a conclusive proof that 
' apastate Cliristendf>m is worse th-m 
heathendom, for U) ha\c fallen from 
the Truth U mfinitely worw than 
not to have known the Truth! 

All this reminds M of a pamung 
I Mw ye.-trs ngo It represented the 
hi.story of the world stnce the ad- 
Vent of Christ As the Lord Jesus 
Christ had f mished His walk through 
a douMc row of outstanding world 
•venia. the- sua 4aoea terrible than 



O'er the earth Ood s color-flat; 
Life abundant. lUaJTS^.' 
dant. 
•uRBOMr glory. 

Tlnlmn' Glinting! 

Oreeh to yellow 
Oer the earth a eolc; nirilow, 

LUe receding, Ufe decay- 
ing. 

Autumn dying. 

Swirling! Skirling I 

Bleak ainda sleeping. 
O'er the earth a barsnsss creep- 
ing : 

Life quie.scent evanescent. 
Winter reigning 

M. Oastieton. 



TWO MORE COUGARS 
KlUEO BY HUNTERS 

LAKE COWICHAN. April 15 -11. 
ftox and B Mill- r, of the Lake Log- 
f^ng Company, havf added two more 
OQOiarS to their \^lii<li nosv 

brings ths number up to seventeen 
they have shot since last November. 

Tlie last two were bagged at SutlflO 

Creek and Shei p Creek. 

FAKMfcRH TO MEET 

The South s.iaiilch Farmers' In- 
Rtltut-- tiold It.s monlhlv meet- 
ing at the Temperance Hall Ea< 
Saanleh Road, on Thuivias eve- 
ning. E R. HaU. of the Dominion 
Experimental Farm. Sidney, will ad- 
the members on tree fruiu. 



CULBtRTSON on CONTRACT 

Bv ^ Culhertton 

llorU't Cfmmpwn Player and CreaUtt C«i Amilfd 



(Mr. Culbertaon eontlnoes his re- 
porting of a bridge game between 
two married couples at which he 
acted as referee. He fines tlie play- 
ers for their errors, scoording to de- 
gree.) 



not 



(Mr. 
Alt 



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FI FTY Y EARS AGO TODAY 

iProm nt DallF BrttUh Col^nUI of AwrH U. 1«S«i 
ll„ Mtaaialitp Itouf It »»• n«i'i »» • f^*' 'i»p«"'i nxi-t-ti* 
Twperul Ow»TniB»nt ha* doewrt -o .uh.Mii* tM t,»« im. of 
•rliuh 0«lumhU Hnngkonf .nd A.i»lr«ll». fcr oit n« • biM4rM tkMMnd 
poaatfs ii^rlint annutili to* Un , .Xh« M^w^ ma « >« nnS •M 

capabU of f.r-Tini iun« and t fOT*. II rx« tf»«l tlw Otnmwmtm m» th» 
ruht m "•' •t»«mtT» la the oteM aC aae. TMeo see um 
■ tt*>'h>'i <n it'tmeT* earrriM 



Sun<l.T S<-li«ol C<in*«oUe»-A «i«rtiD« 1 all .np*Tin.»nd»i.i». 
-tnior -r-ouri of tht SaMaUi tthmni* «« thi» ' " • I »» ^'K* •' » " 'l"** 
lurrtBT .fumoon. la ttf Fandor* S«r»«i rT»tbM»r i.n »hurti .rhoo -fwrn 
•I mtalilt a t«>««illMi. Mr an4 Mra_Wh««i«r IrMB Port 

•t 7:sa 



THE COLONIST IN LONDON 



rbe Odoniet may 
I the tatsmatMoal 
I Meesia. IsBlliip * 

i sueet. 



roeureO at 
•land Jt 
<Mord 



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on 

for th« P« 
land will 

o rlnrk 



Of RM8 F»iie«o. -tt* otr^mti und M» sf oalieel 



n 

m«reh 



luiir.n!! KMTorro 
»»!• dr;ll:n« of th« 



•nd keard t 

at Ul* hMVT tm»* 



Tlie rubber was dragging Inter- 
mUiablv 1 offered a fervent thouah 
sUsnt prayer that someone would 
HUfee a game and sod It t I had 
had enough' 

Mr White who hadnt said a 

word for liaif .ui hour except to 
Shush hU wife. decide<l to re-enter 
the conversation. 

-Now. folks. " he said with cheru- 
Me amiaWUty. "Htl all be friends 
Why all the bitterness desr a Isw 
fines'' Let « be .s|><->rt«!" 

I applauded, but lemainrd luKhlv 
sceptical. The next hand was dealt 
dealer. 

vulnerable. ■ 

NORTH 

• Mr White) 
a Q in I 
W 10 3 

a If • • s 
« f 1 • I 

■ACT 
;Y (Mrs: Mack > 
A J 4 

ITAIC J » S 9 $t ' 

j«3 aAtia 

3 « Q J II 4 

KK7TB 

(Mr^ White » 
\ . * A K I 7 6 2 
V Q Y 14 

ax 

* A K 

biddiii;; 

South WeM North 

PM aa Pass 2NT 
PtM 3* P»s^ 4A I Anal bid) 
Sitting b/'hind Mrs White 1 
Croaned inwardl- "lien sli'- m id*- 
her atfoetoua two bUl and wooOered 
how Mg a fine I eoaU fHN kapsse. 
as the puy of the hand on- 
d I aimoKt forgot the bid in my 

efT n-t to up WUfe fhS SMMlag 

aerlea of errors. 

West opswd the king of hearu , 
and inatead of WMkiag the klUing | « 
shift to a trump s ontl wsd wtth the | « 

Me " Now she * goint to make this 
horrible contract I reflected bit- 
terly. But I waK reckoning without 
Mr. White, who hsM the dummy 

The third laand of hearts was 
pUr^d and iin/lotjht^dlv def-larw 
I would have ruflcd with dummy's 



Q 
10 



The 



nut 

!old» 



J-2 trump break or the drop of the 
tack But Mr. WhiU eneetlvely 

acotehed this play. Merrily he said 
• Well, here's where the dummy Ukes 
a trlfk " and toaaed the nine of 
spader on the trick' Mrs Black 
gleetully overtrumped with the jack 
and I breathed freely. 
•Now iha's doami " I thought. 
But. to my horror. Mrs. Stack. 

completelv overlooking the fact thst 
ahe already had three trirks In 
grasped this moment tn no mad 8h« 
underled her ace of dumoods and 
declarer's stngMOR king wciif, 
Oame and rubber? 
• Well I said "that was a real 
grand finale! irv»-rvt>odv i^'ludinK 
the dummy, get s lined' m Blark 
a shift to trumps after t t>e first 
heart lead was marked, rivedol- 
lars. please? Mr. White the datMSny 
liot suppoaed to TitT the glay! 
Five dollsr«' Mrs Bla' k, vour 
dcrkiad of the diamond ace. with 
three tricki already home, was 
frightfall Ita'drfMrst AttdMrnOf. 
Mrs. White, your opening bid was 
a thUig of beauty. F\vn dollars. 
Arvl now. ladies and Rrntlemen. 
bid you good nifht! The next 
time T am te m pted to act as referee 
I II work off my stirpius energy wtth 
a parachute Jump? " — 

TOOAra qtJBSTiON 
Queetiaa: U there la a bet on who 
wins the rubber how is it^deeldsdT 
tlie winner of two aamfs and 
or by the toul polnt^ after 
las been finished^ 
Aruiwer- The team that has the 
highwn total I* the re* I winner of 
the rubber. 

TOMORROW'S HAND 
dealer. — 



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bonus 
the 



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THE 0AI! ' WUOXIST. VJCTOKIA, B.C.. Till KSIM^ . M'KIL lo, VJ^ 



Scientists Co min g 
Here in June tor 
Special Sessidhs 

Delejjaleft lo Sealtl*- M«-«'liii|; of Patifir l)i\i^iou. 
AfiHrican AnMorialioii for \dvaiir«'iiienl of 
bcieuci;, lo Vibil Victoria Observatory ::~ 



ObUuary 



BOWMAN— There p*M«d tway 
Wednesday morning at th^ family 
realdence, 8helt)0urne Street. Mount 
nmiglffti BfllNSt. Bowman, aged 
rlf hty>Av« jtmib. Mi". Bowman wm 
bom In LAiMtfluhtrt, SeeMand. uid 
came to thl« dty eleven year* affo 
' from Eiud. Sask. He U survived by 
hi.<i widow, at the family residence; 
two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Bryant. 
Saikatehewan. and Mlu Ann Bow- 
man, at hoait : alM two listen, Mlaa 
J. 'bowman, iHMboarM Itreet. and 
Un. M. A. McConndl. of Brlibane. 
Queensland, and one brother. A. M. 
Bowman, a: Sldnev Tl'.r remain.-i 
will be wiivryed Pridav nujrninK 
from the 8 J. Curry & Son Funrral 



Paralyied Girl Pllot^ 



IVO 



1 -vROM the fact that Dr. W. E. Harper, director of the Do- 

H minion Astrophysical Observatory. Victoria, is chairman ^ ^ ^ 

of the programme committee of the Astronomical bociety i jj^^ ^^^y realdence. Fu 

of the Pacific, special interest attaches here to the twentieth | neral aenrleei wlU 6e held Friday 
■mnWi meeting of the Pacific Division of the American As- afternoon at 3 o'clock at St. Aldans 
Bociation for the Advancement of Science, to be held at the Uni- 
versity of Washington. Seattle, from JXino 16 to 20. Tht 
of astronomy is beint given a place on the programme, as in 
the preliminary programme it it notfd lhat Dr. Harper is to 
give a paper on •'Stellar SpactroiCOpy " — 

Associated vmUi Pacific Dlvi 




FAl CROP TO 
J MAKE 




L08 ANOKLK, AprU II UP) 

Two ppfbon.s were killed andvtwo 
were injured aerloufily in a inys- 
lenous explosion In an automobile 
parked near the Hillcrest Counto' 
Club here laat night. The dead are 
Df. W. D. llorlartty, fifty, and his 
wife. Mrs. Beanor Morlarlty. f ortjN 




IBMD TOUB 

White DuckPants 



First Refinery for New Mo- 
tor Fuel Completed in 
United States 



TO 



INJURIES RECEIVED 

IN COLLISION FATAL 



Church, Cedar Hill Crossroad. Rev, 
T. O. Orlffltha will officiate and the 
reiAains wlU be laid at rest In 
cohNMd Burial ruk. 



aiup are .UUrtyrUurw »s*ociftted so- 
tietlsa such as enlomologiAU, chem- 
lits. meteortrioflsts. physldsts, geog- 
raphers, astronomers. geologisU. 

ari iiioloni.st.': .iii'l i)thrr^ and usually 
a total of Ironi seven to nine hun- 
dred Is in attebdanee. 

On ths Intt t atto n- d the direc- 
tor of the Dominion Astrophysieal 
Obsrrvalor'. . tin- a.stionomers and 
pliy.slcl.sw 'A 111 hold ."^m*" of their 
meeting'* at the local «b.><rvatory. 
On Friday, June 19 an excursion Is 
planned to Victoria, with an after- 
noon session for papen at .the 06- 
wrvatory and an evening session 
•Willi the telescope. Saturday U 
leU open for A^iopping and Mghl- 
teelng here, as it is expected many 
of ths other groups wiU join with 
|hc astronoBsers on this excursion 
trip. 

QEHMMAL Ht^SiOSa 
The general s es stons will open on 
n day, Jupe 16. wt th^ -a a ympo- 
s. ill! on oceanography in the fort- 

|i K.n ,ii which I'roti'-^M,; c McLean 
FraMr, of the Urparlmc at, of Zoo- 
ln«» IIMtiferrtty <tt Biltlah Columbia. 
%M\ be one of. the four speakers 
1'he afternoon reneral sessions on 
tin- samo day will be Rivrn over to 
rt'-earch anno>mceinent.s In which 
again -four selfTted six-.ikcr.s will 
outline the advances in their own 
iMrticular lines oC w«rk. 

Following tiip Koneral sr slon."!. 
thr other d.t;, . are dcvoiert lo sec- 
tional meetinxs. At thr < vmiiig 

Ceetings sddresaes of a more popu- 
r character will be the order, the 
^resident of the division. Dr. R. C. 
I'olman. of California Institute of 
'lv< hnolofl;y. Rlvlnif one of these and 
tailing for his subject "The Present 
BUtui el Oosmotoffy.** 

Tt 1.1 Sixteen years since the Pacific 
pi vision of the American Assoela- 
tioii for the Advancement ot Science 
met in Heattle, and It Ih generally 
felt by the northern members, par- 
ticularly, that it is pi^icularly ap- 
propriate this year In rie# ot the 
fart that it U the seventy-fifth an- 
niversary of the foundlhK of the 
WUmslty. 



TAKES APPEAL ON 
NAKCOTIC CHAKOE 



Clilases rriseasr 



Is New iLrgaing 
Agatost OsBvk- 



FOOK-At the Royal JuMlee Hos- 
pital there paiwed away Wednesday 

morning Chong Fook. of 636 Herald 
Street. Born In China, he had re- 
sided in this city for the past 
twenty-two yeajw. He is survived by 
his wklow. The remains arc resting 
at the 8. J. Curry ft ■eftiBlBCr»l 
Home Announcement ol. funersl 
will be made later. 



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The app»'al in U'-x ' ^ Wong Vip 
Lan Is now being heard in the 
Court of Appea r ~The pr»i*oner wh.s 
sentenced st Vancouver by Judge 
J. C Mcintosh to a term of six 
month.s in jall for being in posses- 
.sion of opium Thr Hicu.sed ap- 
pealing a«.i:.'' t conviction. Th*" 
accused does not iipeak English and 
required an interpreter. 

M. B. Jackson, K.C.. appeared 
for the Grown with R. L. Maltl a wl . 
who appeared at the original trial 
for the prosecution. 

According to evidence the room 
In which the prisoner wasTound was 



HOLUEY— Many friends, yester- 
day, attended the funeral of the 

late Tekla A. HOlley. wife of J. C. 
Holley. of this city, who passed away 
on AprU 11 Rev Jame.i Hood con- 
ducted the service, during which the 
hymns. "Forever With the Lord" 
and "What a Friend We Have in 
Jesua," were sung. Thomaa Kelway 
,il, <) ..ai.K Handel's '•L*rgo." Inter- 
ment was made In Colwood Burial 
Park, with the foHowlng as pall- 
bearers: J. EUiot, T. Kelway. J. 
f^NDes, R. Chungranes, B. Oross- 
man aadrW. J. Bennls. 



VANCOUVER. April 15 Wal- 
ter Ray died in hospital here last 
[light from injuries received when 
his automobile skidded out of con- 
trol tato the patli of an oncoming 
street car on OranriUe Street 
Bridge Saturday night. 

He .suffered fractured ribs, a 
fractured verilbrae and possible 
fractured skull and had born in a 

s^^HosiJuIl^^^^'*^ ^ ^ 



t .^TCHlSON. KAi» April 16 
completion of th e first "far m ftiel 
reflnenr In the UnlteJ~Ilalei; a 

p'.ant lo manufacture 10.000 pUoOS 
daily <^>f • power alcohol" from farm 
■:vo\\-.. was aniu>un<'<><i ai a mertlnR 
of the Atchison Chamber of Com- 
nvfroe-tonii^t. 

The plant is expected to begin 
pi oductlbn w({Wi5't»ro weeks, and U 
the nr.st (run in a campalKn phmned 
by the Chemical Foundation, Inc . 
of New York, to test the commer- 
cial fcaslbUlty of selling alcohol to 
mix in-tasnHfie as a motor fuel. 

H ^The experiment is part of a plan 




crops. . 
The Chcmieil PiBMndatlen has 

contracted lo b«y the-entire output 
.f tlie .^tclu-ton plant tlirough the 
I heii,!ra; F\MindaUon of Kansa.s an 
orgamzalion created thU week. Thr 
MV foundation has requests for 
moie of the alcohol ^han the new ' 
plant can supply. -Jl 

-niase sequssts are from gasoline 
dealers interested ia trymg the 
blending experiment, senia of ttosm 
already saBInf blended aleohol and 
gasoline. * 

The •leotMJ^\^ jnm6c W^Jj^ ^ twenty -five cent/a gW-- 

new phint-lTlMlhtly difTerent,from.j - »ddition the manulac- 

any now on the market^ It Is grain ^ by-product from 

aU«hol. "anhydrou*." that is^ with- eatUTSd whieh 

out water, and U MA per cnt ^^^^^^^^^ 

' VA flmawN roar \ ^urney. of Yankton, SD. 

TO OMBArew C08T !has contrscted for 2,000 gallons a 

The ir s nins mnr'T*"*"-*"! r^- I d sy Tnrnl tht Hj^finfM., f 
cess Is an experiment aiming ultl- 1 Fotindatlon. Me has BeMTaeUUig an 
inate'.v at cheapening the raM of aicohol-ga^tihnc mixture and ^UOted 
manufacture if r>os.sil)le It can customers as dccUu ing the blend 
make (fraln alcohol from torn, oats, gave them quicker inotoi .starting. 
1 rye. barley or potatoes. It wUl start | prevents carbon, mitumues crank 
making the aleolMl fpom eorn. . i pass dthitlon. Improves aeoslsratton 

The contrast prisa tA dlitrtbutflrs land givM mo»a mUeata. 



A 



MttBJdEfnr tifiLL 

LTHOUGH .she h&s never waUoSd 
slnC'? an attack of infantile 
paralysis at the ,w of three. MLss 
Betty Snell. of St. Thomas. Ont., re- 
cenUy won her private pUot's licence. 
Miss Snell. who has to be carried to 
her plane and lifted into the eock- 
pltrsaolu to become g oonmerclal 




■i 



CHARLES- Th* death occurred 

„. „~ K St Victoria, on April 13, of Mrs. 

sealed, and from the room a mmn^ T2na Charles, late of Port Angeles, 



tlty of opihm U alleged to have been 

place wfus riiifle<l 

Mr. MaitlaiKi s,tid tlie defence 
was that Ltn went to the room to 
get mone;y owing to him. 

Mr. Jaekson said there was no 
evidence that opium was found on 
the appellanf. It wax aHeged he 
went there to purchase opium, and 
the trial judge evidently believed 
tliat was correct and disbelieved the 
accused's story of going to the 
room for money. 

The argument in the appeal will 
be c<Mitinued at 11 o'ckKk this 
oior^ilng. 

DIRECTliTEET 
COUNCIL OFFICER 



aged twenty-sexov-years. 



The re- 
tO-BoEL 



.Angeles for burial this mornins: by 
Hsyward's B,C. Funeral Company. 



\m OF cum 

IS COMPLETED 



^ SPECIAL 



OF Sherwin Williams 



PAI NTS 



4 



DAWLEY— The funeral of Mrs. 
Emily Dawley will be held at Hay- 

wards B.C Pninf^ral Chapel this 
afternoon nl 2 oclock. Rev A dcB. 
Owen ofTlrlalinK, Interment will be 
made in the family plot in Ross Bay 
Cemetery. 



KOun HOMB WON 

CHELTENHAM. EiiKland f - 
M.tnonl. one of the hor.se.s leii.s<>ri 
by the King to Lord Derby, won the 
Matlonal Hunt Juvenile Steeple- 
chase hers under difficult clrcum- 
Btsnees, haVinf had to Jump over 
two iiorsea to finish ta No. 1 position 



Y.M.CUi. Aaaaal Meeting 
May April 
Are Freaented 



ta Be 



Bridal Wreath 
Diamond Rings 

For April Engagtintnt 
985.00 tofSOO- 

F. W. FRANCIS 

ilcwtltf ntO Devftas St. 



Directors of the YJkl.C.A. held a 
. luncheon meeting In the Institution 
j yesterday afternoon at which E D. 
I Otter, ot the National CouiKll at 
I'm onto, was fusst ait hanor. R. B. 
Witter presided. 

Dr. T. W. A. Gray preeented the 
April report for the educational de- 
partment He was plea-sed to note 
proKrevi made by the Craftsman's 
Oulld and Uie Camera Club, 

For the boys' depart menW Rev. O. 
A. Reynolds reported all sessions of 
the Tsrioos clubs well attended. He 
.said 100 boys attended the annual 
joint meetinif on April 27. 

In picsentinK tlie (tminclal re- 
port, Trank Paulding, general sec- 
retaiyi declared the YM.CA. was 
keeping well within budget tequire- 
ments. 

It wa.-, decided to hold the 
Y.M.C A. annual meeting at « 
o'clock on the evening of May 29. 
Supper wlU be served befote reports 
a TV prwented for diseusslon. 




BROWN— Funeral serrices for 

Mi!W Charmian M A Browni will be 
held this afternoon, the corteRC 
leavinK Hayward's BC Funeral 
Chapel at 2:15 and proceeding to 
St. MaY<y's Church. Oak Bay. where 
service will be conducted by Rev. 
F H. Buck at ?:30. Interment will 
be made In the family plpt'ln Royal 
Oak Burial Park, 

NOBLE — The funeral of Mrs. 
6lata NoMe win be held at Hay- 
ward's B.C. Funeral Chapel this 
afternoon st 3:30, Rev. A. deB 

Owen conduct uiK the .service. In- 
terment will be made In the family . 
pk>t In l|oss Bi^ Cemetery. 

BRUCB-Rcv. S, A. Henry, D.D.. | 
conducted an impresslTe service at \ 

the funeral of John Bruce, held at 

tlie re.«;ideiice, 616 Mov Street, ve.s- 
terday afternoon, at which a livr,;e 
number of sorrowing friends *ere 

present. The Mth Psalm was read 
and the hymns, rrhe Locd Is M> 

Shepherd ' and ' Abide With Me.' 
were sung. An abundance of henii- 
tlful flowers were received Tlie f<>'- 
lom-lng acted as pallbearers: R, Slin- 
son. N. Hepburn, J. Blackstock. J. 
Adam. F. Stanton and Arthur New- 
comb. The remains were laid at 
rest in the family plot in Ro,s.^ Bav 
Cemetery, At the graveside, Frank 
Leragr gaW a eulogy ot^el deceased, 

SINCLAIR— A large congreKatiun 
sssembled yesterday for the last 
rites held over the remains* of Wil- 
liam Peter SinclaU-. Rev J. S, Pat- 
terson oflRclating. Membens of the 
n atemal Order of Eagles attended 
in a body. A solo wss sung by Mrs. 
8. Psitterson and the hyihn. "What 
Friend We. Have In Jesus," was 
,MinK by the conirregatlon. Tlie cas- 
ket and hearse were banked with 
ivautlful floral tributes. The fol- 
lowing were the pallbearens, all 
members Of toe Fraternal Order of 
Eagles: R. Setbenbaum. W. W.lJine. 

.Tohn Belenger, O H .Smith, C. 
O'ReRan and .) M HuRhes J Hav- 
ward. chaplain of the FakI'».<. con- 
ducted the service at the grave. The 
remains were laid at rest in the 
family plot In Ross Bay Cemetery. 



Ex-Aldermanr1ottn Worth- 
ington and Wife GuMts of 
Park Officials 

Ex-Alderman John WorUnnglon 
and Mrs. Worthington returned yes- | 

terday from an extended visit to 
California. During his tour down 
the Coast. Mr Worthington ren eweyj 
acf)uaintaiir.- with members of parlr^ 
commi.ssion.s and *as shown vjirlous j 
improvements carried ottt^durinf the | 
past year. 

While in Los . Angeles, Mr., and 
Mr,- Worthington were the guests 
of I-Yank .Shearer, .superintendent of 
parks, and in Pa.saden.i tin y stayed 
' with Qllbert Skut, I>ark^ .sui>erln- 
tendent there. They vLsiied the 
{CooUdge Nurseries wher.e they saw 
la wonderful ten-sere display, of., 
camelia.") and azaleas. 
' Mr, Worthington was particularly 
Interested in the new t ransporUllon 
i development in Portland, Ore . where 
lao trackless trolley ears have been 
I put in operation, doing away with 
I the old .street car right-of-ways, 
• Mr. WorthinKton is more than 
6onvipccd that Vancouver Island's 
real touorist need is a fine highway 
from Victoria to , Forbes Landing, 
Ttie highways in the United States 
were a joy to driye ui>on he said. 
' However, he felt Vancouver L>land 
had far better sUnds Of timber as 
scenic attt-actions. 



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LAiNCK-Fimeral serrices for Cpn- 
.•^tance Alice f Connie) ' Lalng, who 

jia.s.vd awav on Mondav, will be 
held thl.s afternoon at 2 o'clock In 
the chapel of Bands Mortuary, Ltd 
bean Quainton and Rev. Dr. E. A. 
Henry will oOclate. The remains 
111 be shipped to Seattle fbr en- 
mat ion. 



FRITH— Rev. Father J A Oaud- 
' ! Le celrbrated muss at the funeral 
of Oeorge Prtth yesterday morning, 
at which many frlend.<( were present. 
The foUowlnt were the pallbeams: 
w. 8. lUtehie. JMSf> veans. D. kess. 

Pate. B Best and W F Bradley. 
The remains were laid at rest in 
Ross Bxx - Cemetery- The casket 
was draped with the Union .lark 

HUNTER -1 here pa.ved away 
suddenly yesterdsy afternoon at the 
family resMenos. 414 Mary Street. 
James Imest Rtmler. aged slaty 

vean" He was born in Cobourg 
Ont , and had been .i re.sident of 
Virtori* for the pa.st iwentv-seven 
vesrs. Mr. Hunter joined the 
CFJI. tn Vanee«f«r about thlriy- 
.slx yearn sgo as a yardman. He 
wa.* vard brakeman for aome time, 
md in 190S Joined the E. A- N. 
Hallway Co. here as yard brakeman. 
He wa^ retired on pension about 
three years a«o. Mr. Hunter was 
a member of the Bro4herhood of 
Rallvav Trainmen. Lodge No. 613 
Puneral .wvlces will be held on 
.Saturday st 1 pm. tB 
uanr Chapel 



CAFFBRY— Funeral sartkias for 
Mrs. Msry Ann-OSffery vers held 
"-ssterday momlnt at Bast aajoka. 

Rev. Father Ouekers eelebvmttnc 

maM at the Metehoiln Romsn 
Catholw Church, afu • which inter- 
ment vi»<. made la t/L Mary's 
. Cluirclvyard. 



EDOCATION OF ! 
ADULISNOTED 

Progress Reported in Move* 
ment by E. 0. Otter, 
Y.M.C.A. Council 

Spon.sored by the Y.MC.A.. the 
adult eduration movement Is mak- 
ing rapid progress tn Canada. C. D 
Otter .stated on his arrival here from 
Toronto ye.sterday Mr Otter l,s 
.secretary of the Y.MC.A National 
Council and in charge of physical 
actlvttiea 

Mr Offer told how various 
YMCA branehes in every province 
organized adult groups lo study 
public speaking.' oratory, manual 
crafts, art. classics and economicit. 
Young men's groups, under their 
own leadership, were also maklnt 

progress in «:fndvlnK world tOplCS ' 
and I urreni problem.-, of Canada, he 
said 

Referring to the Vietona V M C A 
Mr. Otter declared the branch bad 
reached a_new level of usefulneisK i 
and membership wss most gratlfy- 
inif He thoiiaht the new Cilinr 
Lake < aini> w ould .^erve to make the 
institution e\en more popular 

Dealing with work among the un- 
employed, he told how Lrt.wre Time 
Leagues had been formed by Bast- 
em branches to proivWe jobless 
youths with farilifles for physlral 
training and healthy rerreafion In 
many other branrlie;. vounS men 
tad been Riven free m''mber>hip 
I ard-s. These extra activities, he 
said, had doubled the work of 
Y MC A. sUffs. 

At the last meetlnt Of the Wa- 
tlonal Counrll. plans were laid for 
revision of the consUtuiion. expan- 
sion of boys' work, expansion of ns- 
tional physical education work and 
' ihoro aetivUy amone vfHing men's 
groups, Mr Otter related He said 
: the Y MCA. now •upervl.s.-^ ar- 
tlvltles of classes of railway work- 
ers in twenty-one cities In varloas 
parts of the Dominion 

NEW BRANCHED 
♦Mr. otter mentioned that 
branches had been established at 
Klrkland Lake, gud^ur y and Aeton. 
wftTl ft htimtjet of tnyuiiles iHClved' 
from o'her ritles He hoped • 
branch woijid iv established a' 
Prince Rupert within the next t^o 
years. iMtttutlons st ReveUibke 
and risM «9e makias ras^ pmr* 
ress. he declated. 

To visit all rraltM Province 
branches of the Y.M.C.A.. Ut. Otter , 
I win leave for'VaMPum tlMs after- 



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ISOBSyVED 

Members of Viotoria AeHe 
No. 12, FJU^ Mark 
Thirty-Seventh Year • 



To eelebrtte the thtrty-.seveuOi 
aiiiilvri-sary of the fOUDdllK of Vlc- 
torl* AtrtP. NO. ^.-Prmtern-^I Ortl?r 
of Eagles. 1 < mcmben of thr lodgr 

tended a banquet at the Dougla^ 
M <tei ia«t eveninc. Angus Chilton 

prrsldent ot th« aeilt. WM Uir 

chairman. 

Pollowtng a .vilont tribute iH j 
memory of the late William Petei^ 
Sinclair. Mr. Chilton extended a < 
hearty we lcome to all praaeot. Hr 
irad a u lrgram from L. Smitli. 
of Vernon pa.st prr.ident of the 
aene, wishing the lodge every sue- 



• SEE FRIDAY'S COLONIST FOR 
BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE 



Toanta — were propoaed by Mr 




Gas Appliances FRiiJE 



Baages, Botplat^i, Water Healera. FIrea! 
per tafaraMiion. Caii at Ow PMglaa 

★ Straat store, or - 
PkeM Olltl. Om OepvtiMnt 



F. JEUNE & BRO., LTD. 



AWNINGS - YACHT SAILS 
570 Johnson St. 



SLEEPING BAGS 
G arden 4632 



I jttlg^Qries for Bedtim e 



Reddy Pox It Laughtd At- 



BURGESS- 



Chilton 

drum. Hfiiiv .Slpvpnbaum and 
F*ran'; fioy. pioneer membfi.s of 
the aerte. They we»e respoHded ii< 
by all preaent. accompanied by the 
&inii1ng of -Toe He'a a Jolly Good 

!•'( !low" and fhrnp chcfr.s. 

M) HuRlif-.. flrvt prcsidrnt of 
Victoria Acrii' ami ihe oldest 
Ek^les' past president in North 
America, recalled old lodte days 
here. He hoped the younger mem- 
bers would come forward and give 
tnelr eldors a wcll-eaniPd rest. 
START OF AERIE 

Mr. Meldrum and Mr. Sleven- 
baum .s(H)kc briefly. Mr. L*- Rov 
told how Victoria Aerie was started 
on Broa^ Street tliliiy-seirni years 
ago in qoarten at present occupied 
' the Salvation Army. He paid 
tribute to work of the thrrp other 
pioneer members, declaring there 
would never be chaos h.s long as 
brotherly love w as exhibited 



C 




City auA District^ 

' Pais Ami— Is Onnersl and out- I TnUSc AacMaai— When C. M. F»it 
standing accounU totaling | stopped hto autoasoblto at ihejorner 

were approved for p.iMiient by the 



P.«an!ch .School Board la.^l night. 

I'rrmit liaiied— A permit ha been 
.>Krn out In BMiulmalt by 8. Emery 
for tiie erection ot a four-r^oined 
house estimated to cost $1J09.' It 
will be bu^t ca 01 4 l n ulw i il t 
Road 



of Humboldt and ' Ooeenunent 
streets at 7 SO o'clock last ntfht. a 

no.-Uibound street car touched th^ 
rear fehder and pu-slied the auto 
several feet. Mr Fact «aA standing 
beside the auto and a handle ot the 
door caught his eoat peeket. rtpptaf 
the coat and cttotng an abdominal 
■nJur^ He was taken to St. Joseph's 
Hospital for tfoatiMpit kgr Or, Ai C. 

S.nclalr. 



To Those Who Play the 

VIOLIN 



In sar «t»4a« ledi- \m»k f*r tflt^U' cf Tl*lin> 

Ik* mitltr aakfr. ErBM Halarlrh Saih. Kach •■• • ■ 
t*r*lrr* mt »hr art ... MM •! IhMI ««a k* f 

• ttliaat 4tUt. ka<a«M wa aaaavt vm^ 



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iVICTOWA), LTD, ~ J 110 DOUGLAS ST. 



SIR J.%ME.S 



OMMIS8IONER of the Royal 

to J HuRhes. John Mel- V> Canadian Mounted Police, ar- 



MeeUng Postponed -The regiUar 

meeting of the FUyi (B.C • Coast | ^ 

Brigade, RCA. Jlidlo Club, pre- i Her* an Viatt-Joeeph VaugUan 
previously wcMmSKu?^ AprU . IT, ;,9ereUry of the BrttWh Benevolent 
has been postponed untU PTMay. As.sociatlon of Waahbigton. arrived 
Aijril :'4 , I iiere from Seattle yesterday for a 

— — - ihort visi; Tlie avsoriation wa.s 

To Make PreaentalloB— This eve- orgg^j^cd nearjy two years ago to 
nmg at S o cl.Kk, m the ''><^oi"-^' ' uiHe can of indlf«nt Brttlsh war 
headquarters. 1034 Johnson Sircet. a veterans and veterans' widows and 

orpluins^ Mr Vaughan said several 
Victoria ex-service men had prom- 
ised to participate in the associa- 
tion's annual concert at Seattle on 

Mnv 22. 



presentation wlU be made to W J 
Munroe, late cubmaster of the First 
Cathedral Pack. 



riv-d m Vict 11 ia vr^tcrday by plane 
and aftrr .i brief in.spcction of 
(| C M P. uiuu m tlie city and at 
Esquimait, he flew ImcIc to Vancou- 
ver. Sir James explained he was on 
a routine inspsction trip and had no 
new announcements to rhake about 
the liLstorlc orKanination. except 
that the R.C.M.P 



VUUInr City — R. M. Balfour. 

member of the RcRina rir;ii <>! 
Balfour. Hoffman & Balfour, u |)av 
ing a three-week vLslt to the Paiiil( 
Northwest. He is rssistcred at the 
Empress UbM wHOk U mi B al f our. 



Seeds and Fertilizers 

Uw« Crsss. Sceerale er Miutf-KEO POTATOfS, Early aa4 Lett Variefiss 

WE HAVE EVERYTHING 'fO« THE GARDEN 

C*ll ind Set Ouf Grocc'v Veq«fjbi» *nd Frurt D(pi'tm(nr« 

SCOTT & PEDEN, LTD. 

Corntr Stort <nd Cormorjnt Strtttl 

Phens G Uil laf All D«a<rtm«n»t 

._i '" ... 

-. -We- 



efllelent than It was today. 

DAMAGE ACTION 
18 



AwaHlar Parly— L. C. St. Hllalre. 
Quebec. CPJt agent, arrived at the 

Empress Hotel yesterday. H« Is 
here to mret a lour party, arriving 
waa-^ver inofe , mnort»w aboard riic R.Mfl.Nisg- 

to conduct it across i 



are, and 

Canada. 




Ca-r Arisiiip ')ut of lii.jurie«i Re. 



eeived by »»»» ^ymond ^ -unnual 
Wan Down Slaireaae ••u*uau 



heriyjo 
rTChflt 



MactlBg-'The adjourned 
general meeting' of the 
Oonsales f^mmunlty Association 
will take place i p\- Tliur.sday e' e- 
Tiie ca.se of Sopliia Dyniond tOH»- -ntag at 8 o clock m Margaret 



tSTproposed albast tolWMW dama«es for injuries received 



Reddy To* was miserable. Yes | 

sir, Reddy py>x waa miaerable. To 
b« contimially laughed at la enough 
to make any one mu-^crablr No | 
on« ever Uke.^i to be laughed at uil- , 
lesa they are trying to make i)ooplc ; 
laufh at them. Reddy Fox wasn 1 1 
doing anything of that kind. Oh 
my. no' No, indeed! Reddy con- 
.Mders liim.self a veiv fine Kcntlc- 
man aivl .so of (out .e he wouldn l 
think of doing anything to make 
mopli laugh at him. , But they did 
laugh at him just the same, even 
the very smallest, and It was all be- 
cause cf the way he ran from Bu.sler 
Bear with Jumper the Haie right 
at hta heels. You see rvrrybody pi r- 
tended to believe Uutt it was from 
Jumper that he was running away. 

So Reddv Wiu<i very miserable. If 
he went down on the Green Mea- 
dows Daniiv Mciulow Mouae would 
be siure to call out: 

"Mr, Reddy has a scare. 
At the shado'A- of ,t hate." 

Iben Danny would laugh In the 
most provoking manner, and hide 
where Reddy could not get at him. 

If he went up to the Old Orchard 
he wae mam lb hear from Jahnny 
Chuck: 

"When Jumper gets him on the go 

. Reddy's anvthinir but slow." 

Tlien .loliniu would dive into the 
hoiLse and all Reddy COttM dO WOOld 
be to grit his teeth. 

If he went down to the Smiling 
Pool he would no sooner come In 
alght of Jerry Muskrjt than Jerry 
would shout 

"Reddjr. Reddy, you watch out! 
Jumper'e somewhere hereabo u t." 

TheR. Jerrr would laugh In the 
most provoking .. wav and Redely 
couldn i do a thing, becau.w Jerty" 
would be swiimnlnf with onliu his 
head out of IFEler. 

If he went to the Oree n Forest lie 
would br- sure to hear Unc' Billy 
Pn^.^um < fiintn rhiirkle from some 
tree overhead aiid then UnC Billy 
would sayi 

"Ah done hear s.w It f<>' a faC 
Who runs away will sho' come l)a< k " 
Then all Reddv <ould do would 
be to grind hU teeth and tell Unc' 




Reddy Fox was alaeraMe— To be 
ccmilnaally lavghed at ia enough to 
make anyone mi s er ab le. 

But is was not very often that you 

or I or anvbody- else c»n make 
trouble for ju.st one person. Did 
you ever think of th.ti '' U's .so. You 
go a.sk Jumper the Hare. All Jum- 
pers friends were laiightnint Reddy 
Fox. and were shouting mean things 
at him and calling him a coward, 
because they knew it made Reddv 
feel uncomfortable and mi.sorable 
It didn t once enter their heads 
that they were making trouble for 
anyone elae. Yet they were. They 
were making a lot of trouble for 
someone else, and that someone was 
Jumper the Hare. 



Next .StoiN How 
Made for Jumpci'." 



Trouble Was 



Mr. 

the seventeen members present 
who had been in the aene twfntv- 
one yeai.s or o\r! It wa.s rc^ponri'd 
to by all present. Mr. Uievenbaum 
propoaed-a toast to Harry Maynard. 
rh« response was accompanied by 
three loud cheers. Mr. Maynard 
promised to aaalst the aerte when- 
ever possible. 

Mr. Lc Roy proposed a toast to 
all aerie ofBcers. All preaent re- 
sponded. Mr. Chilton thanked of- 
ficer, for their efTorus. and liopi t 
their work would be an inspiration 
to others who followed. 

APPEALS TO .Ol'TH 

J. H. B. Uraham vice-jirrsidnit 
of the aerie, said the organization 
was sure to go ahead. He appealed 
to younger members to carry on In 
foot ps of the pioneer.s who wi re 
often called ui)on to ..urmouiit al- 
most Impossible financial dlftlcul- 
tlcs. Mr. Maynard proposed a toa;>t 
to Mr. C.ahaai. AU preaent re- 
sponded. Dr. Hugh Clarke pro()osed 
a hearty vote of thanks to the en- 
tertainers. 

plau.se. ■ 

Entertainers were Thomas Obec. 
Alfred Adams. Bert UHer. Arthur 
Jackman and Cecil Heaton. Measns 
Heaton and Obee led eommunlty 
.singing. 

Organlzeis of the banquet were 
A. Pynn, Dr. Clarke, Jack Oraham 
H. C. Leeter, fred Oawaey and c 
OHegan. 

Saanirh HtKird 
Within Esliinule 



Tell from n. landing on a 
stairwijr at the rear of the secon< 
story of the London Block. Jirtinson 
and Broad Streets, Is .still ii^ prog- 
le&s be furi Mr. Justice H. B. Rob- 
ertson In the Supreme Court. In th-? 
case in which the defendant i. Vic- 
tori.i Jail" , Wll.^oll. N."S^-man VVhit- 
i.ik'M 1.', apnearinK for tli" pl.iintlfT 
and F. C. Elliott for the defendant. 

On completion (tf evidence for the 
pl iiiitifr, Mr Elliott moved for the 
cti iiii.s.sal of the action on the 
urouiui of nnn-.suil 'I'll' court, 
however, was not agreeable and 
called for evidence for the defence. 

W. Dvmojul brother of the plaln- 
t'ifT, held a I'a. e of 



Monthly Report — Dr. Samuel 
Youlden, Saanlch school denClst. 

told the 5i.uiiilch School Board last 
night he had treated f'lfty-four 
pupils duruiK Mirdi. The value of 
tlic work was given as $69.20, of 
which but <7.65 was collected. 



RoUry Programme— Due lo the 
interest sho*n by loeal Rotarians in 
the address given the Rotary CKib 
last week by Harry Hastings, on the 

Oriental situation, and to the fact 
that he was unable to compu le hi.s 
address owing tiriack of time, the 
clubs programme committee has 
arranged for Mr. Hastings Vo con- 
[mue his address on "Japanese 
Agression In China" at today's lun- 
cheon meeting, which will be held 
at 12 10 pill 111 tl'.e Empress Hotel 

Jewelry .stolen Jewelry valued at 
more than $125 wa^ stolen from the 
home of Mrs. Richard H. EdgcU. 
3038 Runnymede Avenue. aoeordUig 
to a report to police yesterday. 
Thieves apparently entered the 
house aft*'r breaking a leaded gla.'.s 
pane in the front door. A pendant 
valued at $50, silver and gold cigar 
ette case valued at t3S. gold carved 
'ring set with a topaz stone valued 



You Owe Yourself Protectlbn "fhrbugh 

f\n INSURANCE Aitombili 



ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

Stlite 7, Metropolitan Building. Opposite Postpffics 
PHONE E MPIRE 7722 



Jenkins school Annex KN'ction ofiat $2,r a gold .sovereign of Queen 
officers for the ensuing year will Victoria issue, and a silver chain 

neckla^c^wops stolen. 



HeolUag PoBtpened — The annual 



Young Peoples Council, to have 
been liekl at the V.M.C A la.st eve- 
ning, has been postponed to a future 
date. The council sponsored a num- 
ber of Sunday evening song services 
for young ' people in the YJd .C A. 
during the Autumn and Winter. 



Leaves'GR.W LI^E OFFICK, 7%^ Yalcs Slrrrl 
1 P.Ma Sharp. Rrtiirii, 5 P.M. Price $2.75 

Rrluni 

A Combinsrion Drive — Obscrvstory, Mr. Bufchart's Gsrdcni, a 
ferry trip KroeiSaMicli Inldt and over Hie Mslaliir Kdsic drht; 
otie-ksif hour stop at Malshst Lookout 

prcrpvr cfatc tapiv rim^.r r, APt^r^j t'M 



Inquirr Into Death-^Delayed re- 



meeting of the interdenominattorad-Dort o^the-fiinnhg of the body of 



To Attead Parley — Rc\ . W R 
Brown left Victoria ye.s crday lor 
Toronto, where he will aucnd the 
annual meeting of the board cf 
publications of the United Church 
of Canada Mr Brown will repre- 
fhe Broadway ; .sent Brilu>h C( lumbia at the meet- 



Roonw which cm 'itiite the .second 
flo ir of the Lon'loii F51o:'k and was 
the employer 'i:c plaintiff as 
housekeeper. The position taken by 
Mr. Elliott was that under the lease 
Mr. Dymond was required to main- 
tain the whole Of the i^ace In Its 
oricmal cdiuhtion He held that th'- 
sfairway ronstitutcd a part of the 
apartment he had rented, being 
used only in connection with that 
part of the btiilding. 

Tiie rase will be continued tlUs 
, morning. 



PAIM PARK 

ECTEB 




Annaal In<«p^tion of New^SlTorfc to 
Be Carried Out Planned fee 

Nest Wednesday 



Tiusters of the Roval ("ink Burial , 
Park last night derided make its | 
BUIy *hat drea<tful things he would | annual inspeetlon of the memorlrl i 

4o to him If <■■ ei ii- (.uiBht him park, iii iniinert with laiiiut' 
Now, of r.^ir-e. all that the little ! ^j^^^^ ^^ development during the 
people of the arid the Wednesday afternoon. 

Orecn Meadowa did the.se things ; • 

for was to teaae-Meddy FOX. When '•'■'''''•v vear the trustee. .,a m a 
he grew angry, thejr laughed, andlRroup to Uie cemetery and discuM. 
the angrier he grew the harder rt«nt on the ground, what new 

thev lauk-h- .i Of c.iir e, that ""^'rks should be earrled o»it. 
wasn't .it all t;i<e of them Hut .John WorthinRton submitted a re- 
tliev <li<lii t top to tliiiik f»f that port to the meeting on tlie varlou.s 



The Saanlch School Board spent 
$32,373 In the first quarter of the ' 
year, a financial report stibmltted 

to the tni'.tee.s la. i inkili' di.sclo.sed. , 
Tluibaird .aeii \mhiii its lW6-«- 
. t I ;m.i 'e 

i Major expenditures li.slcd were 
I $25,475 for teachjra' salaries, f ■ 1 1 
! for fuel, and $.545 for repairs I 

I Purlng the period $23.4.'>0 was ' e- 
reived from the municipal irea.sury, 
I while »8,92;l was received as salar.' 
and tran.sportRtlon grants from the 
' Provincial Oovemment. 



Not one of them love.s Reddy Pox, 



crematoriums he had inspected diu* 



and now that they had y chance to I ing his trip down' the Coast, and 



get even for him with all the frights 
he had given them, and for all the 
mean thlncs iie had done to them, 
they were Ju.st bound to make the 
most of it Voii see it didn't enter 
their heads that they migiit be mak- 
taiff trouble for some ohe else. An 



FAVOR milON 
or ROCK CAIRN 



Vletorla Deeeendanis Ba«orw Pro- 
peaal to Ralld Monument to 
I'nfted Empire I.nyah^t!* 




ing. . 

Remand Is (.iven The piwccd- 
ings agslhst O.urdit Singh, Sundar 
Singh and I. B. Burkmar. charged 
with perjury, were postponed in the 
city police court yesterday ' owing to 
the itlne.s of Gordon Cameron, 
counsel' for the accused. The ca.se 
will be called in a week;s thne. 

Con>ervatives to Meet — Wards 
One and Two Conservatives will 
Jointly hold a sodal evening to- 
morrow at B o'clodl at the Con- 
servative clubrooms" in t'^ie Camp- 
bell HuikluiK Herbrrl Aii.scoiiib, 
MJ*.P. for Victoria, wiU be the gue&i 
speaker. All Conservatives are cor- 
dially invited to attend. 

Contract Awarded — At a recent 
meeting of the Oonxales Community 

A.s.sociation, Francis Bayli^ was 
awarded the contract for the eree- 
•lon of the new Fred Harling Me- 
morial Ufeboat sUUon. The new 
boathouse will be located on the 
bank at the foot of Foul B a y Ro ad. 
Work Will commence within the 
nest lew.days. 



Mrs. Oeorgc J<riinson, an Indian 

settler of Te&lln Lake. Atlln dis- 
trict, will be inve.stigated by the 
Ihovincial Police. Constable .Stew- 
art, of AUm, has been sent to the 
scene to investigate elroumstahc s 
under which the woman came t6 
her death by a gunshot wound from 
ja small bore rifle Te.slln I-ake, in- 
I accessible save by dog team at this 
I time of the year, is about Sixty - 
j five miles from Atlln. 

Will Go lo OtUwa^Alan Cliam- 
bora, who was liberal candidate in 
the Federal election In the Na- 
nalmo riding, will represent Van- 
couver I.sland at the convention of 
the Twentieth Century Liberal l 
Club of Canada to be held in Ot- ' 
tawa next month. Mr. • Chambers 
has been quite mctive in forming 
Twentieth Century Liberal Club.s 
on Vain Oliver I.sland. He will be 
away ai)out a month, leaving here 
next Monday or Tuesday. While in. 
Ottawa he will take up matters 
with the Oovemment pertaining to 
the welfare of Vancouver Island. 



RECOVERING FROM 
MOTOR ACCIDENT 



WOOD AND COAL 
SAWDUST 

Ja E. Painter & SMt 

PHovr «; iMi 

«17 ( OK.MuaA.N I HI \hl<'l<l« 



Mrs E Nell. Hurt 
Paraona BrMgc, 



in 
la 



Dnuaa ConfwHce — nw Pariiic j 
Drama Conference will open here on , 
Saturday. May 2, at 9:30 a m . at the | 
Empress Hotel. Anyone , who has LdenU. Alan Chai 

written a play may apply Tor an [ tawr. RTF .P. 

invitation lo the breakfa.st to be | M Moupt c;ulf I.-Iand.s F. F. Bell, 
held at B o clock that, morning, ap- j .SaaiiK li . J King. Ladysmlth, and 



UBERALS CHOOSE 
THEIR OFFICERS 



nUNCAN. April 15. — Aitbtir 
Lelghton. barrister of Duncan, was 
re-elected president of the Nanalmo 

Federal Liberal A.s«oclatlon at the 
aniui.il meeting held here thus aft- 
ernoon when eighty-five drlcRales 
from various parts of the riding 
named their ofBcers for the year, 

Other ofllcers elected were Hon- 
orary president. Hon W. L Mar- 
kensie King: hoiiorary vlce-presi- 
ben. W . Whit- 
ce-prcsldenta, W. 



( rash Near 

Reported 



.Mrs. E. Nell. Sooke Road InjuretJ , 
in an automobile (olli.^ion Tuesday 
night near Parsons ^Srldge. was re-r 
ported by hospital authorltiea last 
night to be recosering 

Mrs. Neil, who wa.s riding in her 
son's car, recer.ed se\ere bruuses 
and head Injurlea, and was taken , 
to the Rosral JuMlee HoaplUl. 

The accident occurred ahortly be- 
fore ir o'clock, when. It Is alleged, 
an automobile driven by Eugene 
Rasin crashed into the Nell car. 
forcing It off the highway. Mrs. 
Nell was the only one injured, pas- 
senfers In ihe Resin car eecaplng. 

In the Provincial Poliee Court 
yesterday afternoon. Rosin was 
chaicetl with operating an auto- 
mobile while intoxicated and the 
hearing was adjourned until I iida, 
Hie a<!cufced was allowed out on bail 
of 1900 In two sureties. 

OPERA MANAGER 



FAN DANCER WINS 
BOUT WITH BEES 



Kally Rand Hitrourages 
. Insects Daring San 





plication to be made by telephomni; 
Mrs. E. W. Hetherlngton, 0 5287, 
Miss Audrey Wood or Mrs. Lane. 



'erret,Trv-trea.surer, ,C. 

• ston, Duncan 



de C. John- 



brotight to the attention of 
board that a new crematorium n»,s 
heinc crtihipleted at Ocean View 
Park in Van<oM\er It was decided 
to send a delecation to iasp<«ct this 
plant before making any definite 
decision In connection with the pro- 
they thoofht of waa makbif Reddy Ipeeed crematorhan for Royal Oak 
Fox feel miaerable. iBuMal Park. t 




My dear, the 
A.B C of the 

■flavour in qrovy 

is O-X-0 



CUBES 

INI COODMIM Of miMI till 



A piopasal lo erect a monuincnt 
In tlie form of a suitably-Inscribed 
the i c*lm. to the' memory of the 
United Empire Loyallsta. waa en- 
dorsed at a meetinz of the Victoria 
branch. United Empire I^ivalists So- 
ciety, held la.sf nieht at the victoria 
Avenue liome of L>r. W. R. Gunn. 
Beacon Hill Park was prapoeed as a 1^ 
possible site. 

A committee; which has beeh set- 
ing in regard to the matter for .some 
timer was a.sked to cotitm^ie its 
Inve'itigation.-. and make aiiotlier 
report at the .<temi-anntial meeting, 
on Mav 16 w. B. Losee U com- 
mittee ciuilhnan. 

MISS Olive French and Miss Mar- 
garet rrlnitle. pianl.^ts; John Pimm, 
violinist , and Mrs Florence Ounn 
.ind Muss Shirley Ounn. vocalists, 
contributed to the entertainment 
peogramme. 

Mrs. W. K. Adanxs extended an 
Invitation ' to members to hold the 
seml aiir.ua; meeting at her home 
at 1790 Beach Drive. The evening 
concluded with the 
freshments. 



"Who has forgotten the pilU. the 
physk«, and thai great Spring 
purge — Milphur iin<l niol.i<sc*— 
thai w.iN piiNlicil ilci«n our pro- 
tCMmKihrcut^ m childhixMl oayi. 
Now wc tike I no. It \\ pleaiaet 
lo take ami effective. Youngttcn 
may be more concerned about 
lovely complexions, sparkling 
eyes and pep, but we oldsteii 
know Uisi with proper eiratina- 
>tion and health theK desirable 
attributci will take care ef diefls- 
•elves." 

LP. (tlMro«. Om.) 
Mr N*. loie 



Janior ConsenraUvea Blaet— The 

annual meeting of the. Victoria and 

District .Junior Coavrvstlve Asso- 
ciation will be held this e\enlng In 
the Conservative rooms. Campbell 
Building, commencing at 8 o'clock. 
Following the election of olBcers and 
other business a social will be held, 
to which friends of members are 
invited. T. Woods president of the 
will preskle. ' 




Cougar Huniers 
Lo9e Their Kit{ 



NANAIMO. AprU.ll CP — W, Swlt- 
aer and Arthur PUnta. of White 

Roek. B.C., werf given food urid 
shelter by police here yesterday after 
they had lost their provisions when 
their boat capaised m Cowtchan 



EMIMRASSED BY PIMPLES 



"I fullered a great deal from em- 
barrassment rau*rd hy unsightly 
piaplcs. i took cvcrythiaa. I 
cauM think of bat the pisMtlea 
Buiosd.. KaaUy. 1 vied Blib's a 
nth Sah' and after taking 



awhile all my pimnlet ditap- 
pesrcd. Now I t^ke r.oo regulate 
Iv and I find it an all-tgwd aid 



is kecpmg mr hi 
— >- -tUmC T '*G»n. 

LMlar Na 



lOTJ 




Hm two mfn told police they 
were starting on a .cougar hunt, but 
h.id to turn back »hen th''v Ir.s* 
everything but their blankets and 
rifle In the fiver. They received 
fr>cd trotn the police ar~bunean be- 
ore ooBUnuing on to Wanatm 



n« (tort phthf/wfii tW puffuuamtl 
wttitlt. M iSf te$limimi*ii am mIm. 
imy iKtoMt M gb«. OM{|«m< M««ri tm 
k$ mptmt m my N*t. 

ENO'S 



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FRUIT SALT 

Firti Thktg Svery Morning 




Ruilding Arllve — Among the ir- 
iccnt building permits taken out. in 
Saantetl~Rtunicipality were the fol- 
lowing: A: rive-room houae to be 
erected on Arbutu.^ Road for DavLs 
Carey at an estimated cost of 
$4,500; live-room hou.se. Quadra 
StreeW by J. v.. Hulmejv. valued t. 
$3,500: and a four-room house, Bor- 
den Street, to coet lt,OM, by A. D. 
SteveiiB. 

Real EaUte is Better— Ohio real 
estate business, which has suffered 
considerably during recent >ears, is 
showing .signs of new life and there 
IS every indication of giHxi times 
aliead for the Bute, reported E. B. 
Isaac, retired real eaUte operator of 
Columbus. Ohio, on his arrival at 
the Empress Hotel last night wnh 
Mr.'^ Isa.'u- Tliey are on an i«* 
tended l-,o.i.l.r, motor trip 

Historical ^nrWij — A meeting of 
the BrltLsh Columbia Hi.storlral As- 
aociatfcxi will be held tomorrow eve- 
ning at TrfS fa) the Provinelal 
Library. R. L. Reid, K C . of Van- 
couver, will speak on "Fort Langlev 
Old and New ' It is to l)e hoped 
that as many members of the aaso- 
cJalkm. as poasible will take advan- 
tage of the .opportunity of hearLig 
such an. hilereelhn s pea ke r as 
j Mr. Reld. 

{ Charged With Theft -A. K. Fer- 
' rler and H. Clough were charged, 
m the Provincial Police court yes- 
terday, with having stolen paru of 
I loggint equipment belonging to the 
I Pioneer Logtlng Company valu^ at 
over 131. Tho eomplatnant waa 
I Joseph ^denault Thf faihire of 
' the two accused to appear in court 
r.tterday ;n answer to the ^um 
, nior^s waa followed by the issue 
! watraald fer UMir amek 



ENGLAND IS PROVING 
SPLENDID MARKET FOR 
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER 

Although competition for tlic 
English market forced New Zealand 
butter makers to cut their prices, 
farmers are able to dlapoae of all 

the butter fliey can make at pres- 
ent, stated P E. Miller. Auckland, 
yosterday at the Strathcona Hotel 
Mr. Miller Is New Zealand repre- 
sentative for R. A. Lister it Com- 
pany, well-known Aiglish manu- 
facturers of emrtnes. cream separ- 
ators and shearing material With 
Mrs Miller he recrntlv visited Eng- 
land, atwl also finished a eoast- 
to-coast survey of Canadian oondi- 
tlons: 

New Zealand - .;;»^ < ^m para lively 
Itttle butter to Canada, the visitor 
explained, as the Dominion levies a 
heavy duty on it. Also, Canada had 
Increased Its butt«v produee by 10 
per cent In recrnt years, and last 
year sent a quantity to England. 
Mr Miller pointed out However, 
his country was not at all disturbed 
by Canadais efforts iR tbi 
market, he 



AlUe 
Diego 



SAN DIEOO Calif . April IS (IPs.— 
Sally Rand, the fan snd bubble 
dancer, carried gallantly on todajr 

deapite the stli^ f gHnj I j %wam 

beca 

Sally was doing nicely imtIT a 
.scouting party of bee.s invaded the 
hallowed premises of her dancing 
platform. 

She slapped at the bees with her 
plumes. Spectators dashed fer cover. 

Sally, however, kept on danetng 
and fared comparatively well since 
her ty;>e of dan'e, with il.^ gyrations 
and weaviiiK plumes. Is not designed 
to give bees any assistance. -The 
bees became discouraflcd and left. 

Sally has been delit iilliiMiwHe 
"carrying on" lately. Last night, un- 
sympathetic sp»:tators hurled peb- 
bles at her during her performance. 
She suffered a bruised eye and 
thifh. It did not stop her. 



Canadian Club of New York 
Pays Tribute to Edward 
Johnson 

NBW YORK. April 1$ (P.— Edward 
johns6n. managacLoC the Metrapol» 

itan Opera, who has concluded his 
first .sea.son with «real .sirerf.-:. wa.s 
feted by fellow-countrymen at the 
annual reception and president s 
dinner of tt\e Canadian Club of New 
York tonight. 

■The club prefldent, Ernest W 
Appleby. Insisted the honors of the 
evening be shared by Mr. Johnson. 

Speakers praised Mr. Johnson's 
record as an artlat and predicted 
his future as an execttftV* WOOM bc 
equally successful. 

Professor John Bnsklne, of the 
JulUard Musical Foundation, said 
the Ouelph tenor In his new "Met" 
pose was succeeding in breaking 
down "the barner which lias made 
opera a fashionable fad In BlglMl- 
speaklng countries." 

Mr. Johnson told the distinguished 
company uaihered in the club 
quarters ol hi* pl.tns to .spirad the 
love of r>pera ' to the m»j<%t%, 
through tiie press and over the air. 
Another means to this end wooM be 
the Met .^ Spring .-eason, opening In 
May at prices ranging from twenty - 
five cents to $1 U>p.s 

"Opera should be visualized by 
the puMic hi the sane spirit s« the 
Museuni of ArW-o puhlle hptRtP 
tlon. ' he 



Geltiufi Anxious 
About FreahoU 



NEW WF-STMIN.SfER. Apnl 11 
fPi.— New Westmin 'er port author- 
ities are beginning to feel amdety 
over the pro s pect of abndrmd 
Spring freshets in the Fraaes River* 
expected early next month, O. A> 
Welsh, ehalrmnii of the 
board, announced today. 



Announcements 



Thera Is an Agony of Mind thai 
only aenaltlve women who sufter 
from superfluous hair can under- 
sund. They dtstmal admtlsementa 
which offer instaotaneeoe enrea. 
having found the relief merely 
transitory. They rarely apeak of 
their dla flfi e t eii l . ka$ JaU beaa Ik 
in alienee. To aneh women Mies 
Hannian would Issue an btvliattan 
to come and see her— they will 
mast irith every kindness and con- 
sideration, and there win fee w 
charge whatever fir coneuKatlDR* 
503 Say ward Bulldhlt. Fhone O HU. 



Oor Prtnttng Brtaga RsswRs; A 

we. I -designed and atUacUva label 
on your goods will always bring you 
business. Let us snow you samples 
of eur work. The Colonist. UU 
Broid ttrset Phone OlMt. 



n - 



Publirity Bureau 
AdviMtng Thou$andi 
O f ItUmd Chann$ 

"Vts, I think w» ahotild have a 
binhper tourUt season this year " 
sUted PhU Rayinond. of the Vic- 
toria and island FubUdty Bureau 

•.e»trrdav. a.< he worked baslly over 
.some 1.000 letters of Information to 
be forwarded to. proopertlve visitor.* 
who wrote to the Canadian Travel 
Bureau asking far dMi 
minion's holiday areas, 
at Ottawa. In turn 
names of tlie 1000 
Vlcj^rla organisatkm 

BlmUar UsU have 

daily for some time past, and !n 
many ra/es promp' answers ha^' 
resaJted In potential tourists decid- 
ing to pay a «isit to Vancouver 
«-«'-^ la liM 



BOYS GIVEN RIGHT 
to BURIED TREASURE 



ANNAPOLIS Md . April 1$ (JTi.— 
the Maryland Court of Appeala gave 
two boys today the right to keep 
more than $30,000 In gold coins tluy 
found in the dellar of a Baltimore 
house. The-boy*. Theodore Jones 
and.Heiu7 Grob. sons of families on 
city relief, dug up the old coins til 
the cellar In August. )9V. 



Have Yoa Pains in Ihe lUrli? 
ifhtj are often e*u»ed »>v bad feet; 
I The Foot Health Shop. 1425 DoufhM 
atreet. It Paiidufa. 

. f. 1 y e r t Reading*. Satisf arliOD 
tMffUiteed rrofeaaor MQbiJll..JPi!t. 



Dr. Hogh Clarke'i DeaUl Offleo 
removed to Sayward Bldg., os>poslte 



Paisley nemnors and Dyen. 

rail and deliver O 



Wo 



on the Do- 

MU 

the 



How You May Get Rid of 
Those Painful Boils 

meo boito sUrt to brosk oal II Ik on 
•Ttdenr« tke Mood is slogf ad op wtth lm> 
parities aad reqajr«a lo bo thoeeegh^ 
puriflod by a good Mood aMdioae. 
We tiBsee tkere Is no better Mood 
leaoolaf SMdidM tksa Bordeeft , Meed 
ni"»n. It Mjm to remwe tlie feU! mtttor 



RIU1)0(K 



Rlood 



BllTERS 



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TllE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C, THURSDAY. APRIL \6, W6 



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-Social Activities- and Notes of Personal Interest 



Many Friends Present iMarricd in Easter Weck-End 
At Marriase Ceremony 



Mm Rachel Madden, of V i< loria, U Briile <»f Mr. 
J. Courtf tiay niiii^trrvillf, of Vancouver, 
At Service \\M ai Si. Mary's 



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MiM Rachel M,id<l«'ii second 
d»ut?hler of the laW Rev. W\ndliain 
Madden, and of Mrs. Maddtu, Rob- 
lyn Road. Oak Bay, and Mr. James 
Courlenay Duastervllle. only M» of 
lh<? laif Mr. and Mrs. J. H. C Dun- 
ilerviUc. of Loiicloi), EnKland, and 
South Cowichao, were Uie principals 
-Itt a kwrahr ft pglng wedding yetu r- 
day afternoon at \ o'clock, in at. 
Mary'a Church. 

The Eiusif-r d<'< or.iLions nuiUe a 
ehanniiig baclicround lor the cere- 
mony. smiiilMMnted by daffodils 
and crape hyiclnlhi, arranged on 
the chancel seraan. and knota of 
grape hyacinth* and .sweet pca.s tl»'d 
to the guest pews, carrying (mt the 
color scheme of blue and yellow of 
ttaa gowna. MIm Roma Hartley. Mrs. 
Donam Fraawr, Mlaa Mabel Hartley. 
Mi'» Ann Sherwood and Miss 
Franr<-,s Mii.sgrave were reaponaible ' 
for ihp decorations. The Hjrmn. 
"Love Divine All Love* Ex( elhnij ' 
waa sung, and Ux. DudU-y Wi ic< ! 
presktod at tht orgaa. Rev. F. L. 
atephenaon performed ttw marriage 
aarvtet. 

BKlDL'ti GOWN 
The bMuUful bride wai> giVta | 
» *-ay by her biother-ln-law. Mr. W. 
- r. WUklnaon. and wore a ximply, 
fasluontvl gown of powdir 13hie 
georgette shirred across the 



alaevea, and a long graceful skirt. 
Her hat matched her frock and she 

earned a bouquet, of p.ile pink .snajt. 



dragonfi and tuUpt>, blue lorK«"i-me 
note and'frc&sia.s 

Her only attendant was Miss 
HomA Hartley, in a pretty floral 
goAii voile in shades of yellow 
and mauve, with a hat of .straw of 
the same tones, and she can ied a 
bouquet of juauye sweet peas and 
yelloir roeea. 

Mr. Hugh Mangln. of Vancouver, 
was be«t man, and the ushers were 
Caplain O. OOK VOA Ifir. MMldle 
Mathews. 

aaovnoN mild 

An Informal reception was held 
nft/f the .servi(-o at the liome of the 
brides mother, where Spring 



flowers In abundance were ar- 
ranged Mrs. Madden welcomed the 
gufcsus in a sHurL dresk of black 
ChantUly lace, and a chip .straw hat, 
and a corsage bouquet of rosebuds. 
She was aaatated by her ^ughter. 
Mrs Willcim,on, who ware a .becom- 
ing grey gown With hat to match, 
trimmed with blue. 

After a wedding Uip in Southern 
California, Mr. and Mr«. Duaiiar- 
ville will make their home in Van- 
couver. The bride left in a grey 
tweed tallleur with a yellcjur Jell hat 
and a yellow Jumper and a silver 
foK neck fur. 

Among the sueits at the wedding 
were; Mr. :ind Mrs. A. O. Madden. 
Mr.s V Scudainorc, .Mrs. Wright and 
Miss Wright "of Vancouver), and 
MaJKir and Mrs. J. B. Bailey and 
Capum J. Barnard, of Crofton. 

Gaily irratt^rtl 
l eu Parly Held 

A largely-attended tea wai held 

at Memorial Hall yesterday after- 
noon by members of Chrl&t Church 
Cathednl Senior Kvening Branch 
of the Woman's Auxiliary. Ttoe 
president, Mls.s M. R. Laweon, 
M B E.. welcomed the Kue:,t.s, who 
were served tea at individual tables, 
g^y with daffodUa and eryUuronium 

Tlie general ronveners were Mrs. 

Hlchcns-Snuth and Mrs. D. Mitch- 
ell, and diinnK tea. Dorothy White 
and Patncia Walke.r a.'-sl.sted. Pour- 
ing tea waa Mn. Jamea Dickion. A 
fancywork .stall displayed many, 
daintv gifUs under the direction of 
Mrs H. W .Smith, and the home 
cooking stalls did a tliriving busi- 
ness under the management of 

Ml.vs \\ .Si II 

A pro^rainnip wa.s ^ivcn during 
the tea hour when .solo.s were .Mine 
by Mrs. F. M, Shandley. accom- 
panied by Mrs. R. H. Speck, and 
Mrs. Tyrwhltt Drake, accompanied 
by lAiaa Eileen Dumbleton. Leslie 
Clarke recited. 



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\ Royal Bride 
Cliapter Has 
Bridge Tea 

Tll» yMBf aMBsbera of the Royal 
Bride Ohapter. I.Oi>X, held a most 
uccessful bridge party yesterday 

ifiemoon at the I.ODi. head- 
(uarters. Unjon Building. There 
.vere seventeen tables of players and 
,1 number of tea guests were wel- 
comed. llM regent. Mrs. P. £. Cor- 
j by. received the playera and the tea 

' guests. 

.Mtss Oeorgina Dowdall was gen- 
. ral convener of the parly and as- 
sisting her - were her motiier, Mrs. 
DowdiaU. and MtMea Betty Cottet. 
Kstelie Macdougall. Phyllis Dods- 
Aoi-th, Lucy Huzzey and Bunty 
Clark, as nicnib«Ms ol the commlt- 
•ce. while other ciiapter members 
a.^sl5ted in servuiB tea These were 
{Misses Owen Dewc" Joy Savage. 
iThlsbe Fletcher. May Chilton. Mu- 
riel Uhthoff, Edna Holdrldge. Betty 
Llndgren and Marian Wlngate. A 
pretty arrtincfinent of daffodils 
graced the lea table at which Mrs 
Corby preaided. 
The priae wlnnera were Mrs. D. H 



The moDtaiy Me etin g of Biqul- 
malt w i. was held on Tueeday rr*- 

imxg m St. Paul's Parisj^ Hall, the 
president. Mrs. Saddler, in the 
chair. A letter w i.v read Iroin Mrs 
J. D. Gordon, pesident of the Pro- 
vincial W.I.. regarding the Provin- 
cial conference, which will probably 
be held in Vancouver in August. 
Esqulmalt In.siitute will contribute 
to the transportation fund and will 
send a delegate. A letter was read 
from Mrs. Humphilai. assistant 
chairman of the Vanoourer fchl- 
bltlon. asking that the Institute 
.send an exhibit It wa-s decided 
to comply with the reque.st. A do- 
nation of linen was sent to the 
Institute eot in the JuMlee Hoapl- 
Ul. and ipaster gifU had been aent 
to the children at the Solarium, 
and gift> of ecK.s. milk, flowers and 
fruit hi»d been sent to the sick in 
Esqulmalt at Eastertide Tentative 
plans for a silver tea in June > were 
discussed, and a mlacdlaneous 
shower in aid of the te4 Will be held 
at the May meeting. The wheel 
chair will bt d'-iucred to the So- 
larium within the month. A caixl 
party will be'beld this evening at 
g:15 o'clock in St. Paul's Parish 



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The Easter meeting of the W.M.S. 
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,Ml.s.s Evelyn MilclicU, of Toronto, 
lra\cluiK .si'iMi'i .try loi 'In' Doiniii- 
lon Hoard of the United Church 
W.M S,, was the gueet speaker. Mrs. 
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ments of the W.M.S. in Canada. 
China. Japan. Korea, Africa and 
India Mrs. O. Jones led In the de- 
votional exercises, which were fo)- 

lowcrt b\ a .^llorl 'bu.sincs,s .se.^.^loIl. 
It wa.s decided to hold a quillmg 
bee In the Sunday .schoolroom on 
the morning of the next meeting 
day. the first Tuesday In May. when 
Mr.s. Priiik'le and Mrs Ritz Will 
have < hiiiKe of the arrangements. 
Durum the evening the WilRar 
Choral Club sang "C^ ' t la Risen, ' 
and Miss Etta Hood, accompanied 
by MLsfi Edith Hood, sang "Behold, 
I Stand at the Door and Knock " 
The lli;inks ot the .lutlicnce were 
expressed by Mrii. J, Edge to Mi.ss 
Mitchell for her inspiring addre.ss, 
and all who contributed to the 
musical programme. Rev. William 
Allan pronounced the BenedieUoo. 

Wilkinson Road W.\.* 

A plca.>iini rttteinoon w.i.s .spent 
by .ill who attended the .silver tea 
w hich was lield in the achoalroom 
of the_WUklnson Road United 
Church on Wednesday afternoon 
Mrs A. J. Rainer convened the pro- 
Knimme which Included a piano- 
forte solo by. Miss O. Rictie, solos 
by Miss Bertha PhilUps. and dueto 
by the MLsses Myra Hodg.son and 
Nellie Ralner, accompanied by Miss 
Anne Allan. The tea tables were 
bright with vases of daffodils and 
hyaclnflLs. and arrangements for 
the refreshments were in charge of 
Mrs. a. Jones. A guessing contest 
wa.* won by Mvra HodKN^Mi The 
next mo ting of tlie W A will be 
held at the home of Mr.s. A. J. 
Rainei on Tuesday. April 21. 

* • • .. ' ■ . 
Campbell River Cialld 

"Hie Ladies' Guild to St. Peter's 
ChWS-llt JpsmPbell River, held Its 
annus! eTectlmi tneetlng. when the 
followmi: offic<'rs were < lu>s< ti 
President. Mrs W. Oranlund. vice- 
president, Mrs T. Morrison: secre- 
tary-treasurer, Mrs. H. Pidcock. The 
business of the meeting was arrang- 
ing details for the sale of home 
cooklnir and afternoon tea. to be 
held todav Hostrv;e,s for the dny 
were Mesdames D McDonald and 
M. PttersoB. ' 

• • • 

.SpintualUl Tea 

The ladies of First Spiritualist 
Church. Sons of England Hall. I31A 



wet'kly silver tea tomorrow from 
2.30 to & o clock. The Important 
i featiire of the afternoon will be 
j readings by Mrs. Walter Holder.' of 
Vancouver, who will use the crys- 
tal Mr. Holder will be the sp»'aker 
I lor the following Sunday. Other 
I entertainers will be MM. Jobnson 

l^nd Mrs. Yu&on. . ^ 

• • ♦ 
Canadian Daogbtcrs 

The regular social meeting of Ca- 
nadian Daughters' League Assembly 
No. 5 will be held In the Shrine 
Hall. View Street, tomorrow eve- 
ning, at 8 oclock. The In.-^tall.ilion 
of (^Bcens will take place .i( this 
meeting. Members are asked to 
note the chanpie from Thursday to 
Friday for this meeUng^ 

• • • 
Leyal Trae Blues 

Caprttal City No. 303, Loyal True 
Blu-"' . \nill hold a < arcl [lart v to- 
ijiorrow evening at ,8 o clock in the 
Orahge Hall. 



■ lit ract, 

auction. 

THE GUESTS 

Among the players, tea guesU and 
others who assisted by sending do- 
nations were the following: Mr.s. H 
J. Schrainli, Mrs. A Carnuchael 
Mrs. G P Clarke. Mrs. W Ellis, 
Mrs. S. Ware. Mrs. W. Wlngate. 
Mrs. D, H. mnu Vn A.-Qlenday, 
Mrs, M. LoRgln. Mrs, P. Fietch". 
Mrs. M. Rolston. Mrs A. Lindner, 
Mrs. E. MacdouRall. Mrs T. Cul- 
crosB. Mrs. J. Peden, Mrs. D Mc- 
Leod. Mrs. Comall, Mrs. Blowers. 
Mrs. Blythman. Mra. Stewart Clark, 
Mrs. James Baker, Bfirs. A. Patan. 

Mrs. J. R. Cla.'.. Mrs H Catter- 
all, Mrs C. W Wilson. Mrs C. S 
Brown. Mrs C F Barkei .Mrs H \V 
Davey. Mrs. Pillar, Mrs. Rlden. Miss 
Lee. Mrs. Colin Cummins, Mrs. 
Thomas Huzzey, M:s V. RoUe, Mrs. 
F W Jeeves. Mrs J, V. Johnson. 
Mi.s C E MiUin.s. Mrs W. Towill, 
Mrs. J. P. Cannock. Mrs B A Boate, 
Mrs. Fred Pollard, Mrs. W N Wins- 
by. Mm. W. W. Wilson, Mrs. T. A 
Johnston, Mrs. I. Greenwood. Mrs 
Fred Beckett. Mrs Fred Harrison. 
Mrs H Savage. Mr."; J W. Hudson. 
Mr«i A .1 Maynnrti, Mrs T Cowden 
Mrs. L. A. Orogan. Mrs. W. C. 
Scott, im. R. J. Baloom. Mrs. F. W. 
west. Mrs M. Cottet. Miss A. Stew- 
art. Mrs. Gordon Smith, Mrs, A- A. 
Waxier, Mrs. T W Allen. Mrs. S. 
S. Barker. Mrs ipion, Mrs Dewar, 
Kfrs. Kyrle Symons. Mrs F. J 
Boughton. Mrs. R. Shfinks.,Mrs. J. 
Cashmore. Mrs. A. H. C. Phlppa. Mrs. 
Hyslop. Mrs T Hall, Mrs. M. A 
Kent, Mrs. Ball, and Mrs. A. D. 
WhitUer. 



SOUTH 8AAN1CH 
The South Saanich InaUtute will 
hold Its monthly meeting at the 

Temperance Hall, Bast 
Road, this evening. 



Prosramme 
For Paace 
Announced 



Horticultural W.A. 

The W.A. to the Victoria Horti- 
cultural Society will hold, its Anal 

card paitN for the .sca.son In the 
W.I, rooias tiii.S'x Fort Street, on 
Friday at 8 pm The ladles hope 
to iaeet nlany old and new friends 
0.1 this occasion. Both bridge and 
tnurt whist will he played. Prizes' 
will be Riven and refreshments will 
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Attractions 
Are Planned 
At April Fair 

■nthusia&tlc preparations art un- 
der way for the Y.W.C.A. April Fair 
to be held In the association build - 

ling on Friday and Saturday. April 
24 and 25. with Mrs Roy Angus as 
general convener, em li commltt<^e 
and each girls' group being re.spr>n- 
slble for some part of the planning 
T he re gular admission includes 
aftWflBBfr and eventag programmer. 
, nUo an attractive exhibition of plc- 
jturo.' from the Island Arts and 
,rinft.s. handcrafts from the Wom- 
en s In.siitute of Victoria and from 
the Woman's Institute Weavrrs 
Guild, and an unususd displsy of 
period and modem textiles. 

Music and costume dances will 
j provide an lnt.erestlnK Friday after- 
noon procramme. and on Saturday 
guests will be entertained bv Mr 
tjlVliam Harkness. magu lan A 
marionette show wiU be presented 
by MiM Sheila Boyd. 

ovE-Arr n.\Y 

Both Friday and Saturday eve- 
nings the prdintmme will Include a 
one-art play enUtled "Aunt AMgaU 
.speak.s." drMMtie readings, teaey 
dancr^ indiaardO^MriM aad OMap- 

flre scenes 

There will be an attractive blo«- 
iom tearoom wiiere friends may 
entntaaied for •ftgraoon ta4 i 



Bringing the 1935 -;i6 ball bcabon 
to a cloae, city firemen will hold 
their annual po6t:Lenten ball in 
the Express Hotel on Friday. April 
24, from 9 p in to 2 a m , under the 
dlstinguislied patronage of Hon. J. 
W. FWClham Johnson and Mr.s 
Johnson. Premier and Mrs. T. D. 
Pattullo. liCayor «ad Mrs. 13ftvld 
Lecming ahd the board of firs 
wardens 

Included amonn the features of 
the evenUig wll be a tliree-courv 
sit-down supper in tite main din- 
ing-room. A fourteen-pleoe orchea- 
tra has been engaged for the oc- 
casion Following IS the programme 
that ha.s been arranged ifi story 
form 

"Thanks a Million.'; "Lovely 
Lady." but whien the "Moon Is Over 

Miami. ' "Let Yourself Go" for "I'm 
BuiUiing Up to an Awful Letdown " 
••B«Mutilul Lady in Blue," Id 
Rather Lead a Band" than Saddle 
Your Bluea to a Wild Mustang ' 
"When the Leaves Bid the Trses 
Goodbye- and 1 am "Alone." 
■ Naughty Marietta Walt/^- -Ovet 
and Over Again. " When I Grow ' 
Too Old to Dream. Rose Marie" 
will "Sing an Old Fashioned Song. " 
•Goody. Ooody," "I'm Putting All 
My Efts in One Basket " and "I'm 
Shootlns High " for the Firemen's 
ball With "LiRlit* Out • the ' Home 
WalU " will bring the baU to a happy 
eiose. 



Women iffMoBMB 

Make Plans for 
Many Activities 



Many events were planned on I 
Monday evening in the K. of P. i 
HaU, when Victoria Chapter Mo. 36. | 

Women of the Moo«e, held its busi- 
ness mtM-iing. with Senior Regent 
E. Jane presiding Four members 
were reported on the sick list, and 
several members wen wMoaaMd 
back after illness. 

With guides escorting, a hegrty 
welcome was extended by the senior 
regent to Mrs. M. Pullman, past 
regent of New Westminster Chapter 
NO. 730, who was a visitor. Mrs. E. 
Lawson was IniUated to member- 
.ship in the chapter, drill team and 
oJBcers oflRciatlng. 

The audit i.-,>,>n wa.s read by the 
recorder. Mrs. H. Parker. The so- 
cial convener. Mrs. O Randy gave 
a report of a successful card party 
and dance held receritly. Brother 
Kettle announced that the North- 
west Conference tins year has been 
changed from Sand Point Idaho, 
to Spokane, to be h^ld July 16 to 18 
DISTRIBUTE MAOAKINES 
The home-makuig (ommitl4«e will 
hold a sewing "bee" on Wedne.sday 
evening, April 33. at the home of 
Mrs H. Parker. 3075 Washington 
Avenue, and friends are cordially 
Invited to attend. Thr library 
chairman, Mrs C. Drysdair re- 
1 ported In the last three month.s 
l over ISO magazines and books had 
tbeen distributed to the Seamen s 
Institute, Aged Men's Home end 
the medi(al ward of Jubilee Hos- 
pital. 

Tlve Maple I^al Legion No S i will 
hold a 600 card party and dance on 
Monday evenlnf, April 27. at 8 30 
o rlock In honor of the chafer's 
fifteen" 1; .umlversarA . a banquet 
will be held oir-Mondav. .Mav 4. at 
7 pm at the Hud.son s Bav Co a 
good programme U being arranged 
and tlckeU may be bought from 
members. The' o e evs aer la Mrs. O. 
Randy, awlsted by Senior Regent 
Mr F. lanV and Pa.st Regentf, 
Mrs. A. Hatcher and Mrs. M 
Pearce. The drill team will attend 
in uniform and ofDcers in white. 
To m orrow evening st 9 o'clo* In 

K of P Hall. Ml.'i Broad Str'>ef thr 
Ijoval Order of Mo^'se I /(due No 
1930. will hold the installation of 
officers for the coming year The 
women's chapter drill team, und» r 
the leader.ship of Captain A. Hatch- 
er, wri ofBciate and exemplify the 

floor work, members of the team 
are asked to be at the hall bv 8 30 
The meeting adjourned to Monday 
April 27. at 7:30 oclock, the social 
night. A buffet supper was served 
bv Mesdames I. Ouelpa and L. 
Quaintance, after which a drill 
praetke was held. 



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Rev. J. S. A. Bastin addressed the 
gathering and oongratulated Um in- 
stitute on the progress made and 
the useful work being done In aid- 
ing various organlUloni and in- 
stitutions 

Mrs F. R'Khon. Mrs R J. Par- 
.seli and Mrs. H. Gilbert were pre- 
sented with oocsai* bouquets. 




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Mr. and Mrs. 3. W Harding. Van- 
couver: Mr. and Un. J. B. Ollbert, 
Port Arthur. Onl , Rev and Mr.s M 
McLean Ooldie, Vashon l.si;tnd. 
Wash.; Mrs. L. Hill and Mi<.s M 
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Edmonton. 



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Mr. and Mrs..H. O. Lunn, Winni- 
peg; Mtss Lucy UndeiMU. Vanoou- 

■. er: .^L'ter Mary rerllm Sister Mary 
I,<)iime. .St Antlionv.s ronvent. Van- 
■ Oliver: Mr and Mrs W J Pe«rons. 
Vancouver; Mrs. John Underhl 
caifnry 



Colquilz 

Mls.« Francis Cunningham, Bum- 
side Road >ft Fndav to spend the 
weke-end at Port AlberrU. 



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Hie gai ebiaa Mfs. sIm's yet to 
find the woman wtM doesat Ul« 

the credit for BeiMng behind her 
husband and pushing hUn on to sue - 



have the cups «wd 

The home-cooking table will sup- 
ply dain'ien for the w'-< it '-i.d Home- 
made candy will be .Mi d bv etub 
members. 

The mystery art gallery and vari- 
ous eontesta of rttin^wtU provldi 
plenty of fun for all, and even 
irrf)wn children will enjoy the flsh 

pond. - r' 

aow i OciiL wwmtno 

Ward FlVt lAeral A.sfiociation 
held an enjoyable socialevening of 
cards and dancing in Litsnl kiaM- 
quarters last night. 

CAMPBCLL RIYEiTDANCE 

The caaipbell River Branch o( the 
Cahamn tetMa MM W ganual 

dance m the Lilelans Pavilion. All 
iMr-«. of tl^ district were repre- 

; ed 



Mr. and Mrs. E Williams, who 
have been viatting here with rela- 
tives, left OB Thursday for Vancou- 
ver, and win aMCor to thglr boaM, hi 
Cltatoa. Oatarlti. < 

Miss Mildred Coml«»\ of Lady- 
smith, was a week-end vlsitM' at the 
home of her aunt, Mrs. 

Delmar Avenue 



There are many stories as to who 
first dlseofvered the food value of 
coffee. In Burope this Important 
discovery Is usuaOy aicisdBdd to 
the inmam gf aa «M 
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West Squnich 
Institute Has 
Birthday Tea i 

About 15 0 gues ta attended thei 
West saankfti WtooMn's Insutute's 

t **enty-f lr.su anniversary* 
the Institute Hall, Brentwood Hi 
on Mond,iv afternoon. The pre.,, 
dent, Mrs. Roohon, welcomed the 
gneata. There were a eai b er a from 
Victoria, Lake Hill. Oobble Hill 
Royal Oak, Langford, Sooke and 
South Saanich Institutes present 

During the afternoon Miss BUeen 
Walker sang two solos, and Miss 
Soafeelly; of Victoria, saac two 
numbers, recited, and appeared in s 
step dance. 

The tea tables were auractivei> 
■iranjal with daffodils, wild uiie^ 
u4 greenery. ttM UwUtute eolors. 
and centred with a Mtge dee enHed 
birthday 'ake with twenty-mi' 
candle.s Mrs W Tlionwor. the oW- 
eat merfiber of the in't tu-e. ws' 
called upon to blow out the candles 
Mrs. K ABdanoa. Un. 1. Btaadan 

Mrs W Wat,t Mr* rt Moody. Mrs 
O Wi.iace and Mrs. W. Peniei 

I poured tea. 
Mrs. R. J. FanoU. the first prcu- 
deat. toU if «» OsnfM and 
proerew made since she held office 
twenty-one years ago. Represent- 
atmi if BM Ttstting institutes spoke 
a toir aorda and voiced their ap- 
prectotloa af the wtkoaM entended 
amy WlUlMa 




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HAILY COLONIST^ VICTORIA, B.C., THURSDAY, APKll^l^sllMft 




Sbcial Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 



Sociul aad-PerSOnaL^^^y ^^'^ ^ Game of BaWiSolarium 



Mm UwcQ Wright was a younK- 
tMi hoAieH yMlerdAy afternoon 
•I Um iMme of bcr grandmoUMir. 
lira. W. H. Kmt, XHk Bay Avanue. 
A beautiful bowl of daffodils cen- 
tred Hip tea table, wlach wa* in 
charge ol MIm Jean Mayhew and 
hfin* Zlizabeth Martin, aMiat«^ by 
Uiun PatrM* Daw. Cold Loog. 
Iteiwauia Ottlaipla and Ruth Hor- 
ten. Othen lavUad were: MJMet 

Audrey EbertS. Joan Cudcmorr, 
ChrUtine Lamer. Rachel Jukes, 
■une Ketchen, Jokephlne WLUon, 
Hut Altunder. Loto HarrU. Vlr- 
•kite and TillMi Mytin. T)$$bf Davbi, 
June Fleaher, Dorothy and Ursula 
Hills, Patricia and Oladwyn Beas- 
ley, Piit.sy Wai.'*()ii Muncl CruiK, 
Ilia Dixon, Muriel Thatcher, Wendy 
lalUie, Claudia Jesoe, Audrey Boor- 
■M. Olorta de WoUt, Helen Baird, 
Bnnty Sloan, Joan Austen-Leigh. 
Ruth PreiUUe, Jov Nixon, Val- 
entine Harwx k, Mary and Connie 
Btephena, Doreen Pheth«'an, Muriel 
Duiuffiulr, Mary W<x^y, Dorothy 
Ounpben, Bleen tJllrter, Crangel- 
taM PhlUlps, Ann JUdewood, Prle- 
eUla Wright. Betty McMurray, Helen 
Forbes, flan .IfrtiM ■nil Betty 

Bunu. 

• • • - . 
MlaeeUaneoua Shower 
MIm B. Mlnnls and MIm Irene 

Holneaa entertained recently at a 
miscellaneous shower at the hom<> 



jof Mi.sa Holnoa.s in honor of Miss 
Joht-phine Murrav iaIiosp n^airlage 
win take place i>\\'>::'.\ gifts 
were conoealed In a miniature de- 
Uvery truck. Oames were played 
during the evening, the winner being 
Miss Trudy Roberts. The guestr 
included Mesdamt'S A. Kenn^-dy, A. 
SarKent, C. Holneas. B Cuthbert, 
.S Rlrkinson Li. Andrews, J. Mc- 
Donald. W. Orant, A Mattln. U. 
Brown, and Mliaas J. Otbian, R. 
Bardsley. E. Davles, U. Walt, M. 
Bent, V. Holness. R. Ooates, L. 
Spark*. T. RoberU, M Ralph. D. 
Davles. L Couch, I. Amos, K. Hol- 
ns« and K Murray. 




A .safe door Jiisi completed for a 
European bank. Is believed to be the 
mort impregnable yet produced. It 
hM mmfM poMflMe eomblna- 
tlons. the locks betaff operated by 
twenty steel bolts, each Ive Inches 
thick. 



A NCW SHIPMINT OF 

Baby 
Carriages 

Baby Cribs 

Etc. 

HOME FURNITURE 

%r> FO«T STRFfT 



filFTS FOR EASTER 

Ye« «M fM St Hib Mere s «try fi«« 
mUcHou of tmall, i««xp«ntivt gifts 
m LINEN, luch ai Hand Mjdt IRISH 
Creckat DoiIki; a vtry fine aitort 
ment of Handkcrchiafi, torn* of Hiam 
in fiff boiet of tlirte; Htndkerchief 
Csssi, Geest Tewels and vsrisas 

t«e9«tfion«. 

TbtBeliastLinenShop 

tits DohIm %tt9M 



S0MITNIN4 rail? A« dtsien today 

offar yog a frtf 20r can nf "Jat," tha 
ftor ttovc poiith, with tha purchaia of 
eiMto' a 50c kettW ef "StMee," tke 
_«HMMiMS tmltm% flMk, er s 60c c«n 
ef l lwpsis'i fleer wai^ Sprisf deseing 
tiae h kere. Act today. 



MCDONALD'S 



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PkM* B4ltl 



f»lr» 11 SInrr 

rkoo* a tan 



rHi R«iMY'S CMk aM Carr* H»tci.i. 

B( TTRR. rirnl Ut»»r (»lih , Ji>r 
»arrha»r ar tnnt* not »% ^C«» 

tARi.r aoas necn ^ OC^ 
rOTATOKK 1 II,. COC 

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COBN.njIKM. 



Wa Dallvvt Anr- 
•brf* In ihf CItr 
•r aekwks trmm mo m«w HirMt. 



To Sing at Kmpresa 

Miss Geneva Lent, o< CaJgvy. will 
be the soMst at ttad Knpreaa Hotel 

during the tea hour on Saturday 
afternoon. Her songs will be "The 
Meaning of a Ro.se' iBeslyi. "The 
Year's at the Spring ' (Beach), "In- 
dian Love Call" (FrUnl). "Hills or 
Home" iVmx), "A Birthday" (Wood- 
man) and "SlMnt Strings" (Ban- 
lock>. Mr. Malcolm More will be 
at the piano and there will be 
Inndcniai iiulsIc by the hotel or- 
chestra, under the direction of Mr. 
WUUun P. TleUe. 

• • « 
Ootf Clab Danee 

The Macaulay Point Oolf Club 
held a delightful dance at the 
OrysLal Oardt-ii \asL evening when 
about 170 p( r.>f)iL^ attended and en- 
joyed daiuiiiK iinill a late hour. 
Miss Norma Hocking, ladles' cap- 
uin, was the oonvener and she was 

a-..sl.sted by M: c:v-:\i- nvown, 
,\lr.->. W. Po<..:c ai.<i Mi. VV. Ailaii. 
fiffrp.siunents were .served in ine 
lower ballroom where three long 

daffodils. 

« • • 
To R«nme Stadlea 

Mian Olorla Wilson, who has been 
.sp«'ndlng hf-r Eiwter vacation In the 
city with her parents, Mr- and Mrs. 
Charles X. Wilson, returned yester- 
day to rtnma Iter studies at the 
Sacred Heart Convent at Mnt 
Orey. .She wa.s accoin))aniod by Miss 
.Maureen Uenbigh. of Vancouver, 

who spent the holiday in Ytatofla 

a-s her gu«sl. 

Sliver Wedding Day 

Mr. and Mrs. Duncan MaeBrlde 
entertained a* a famHy dinner party 
on Tuesday evening ^at their home 
on Newi)ori Avenue, the occasion 
being the twenty-fifth axmlversary 
of their wedding. Many congrat- 
ulatory messages and gifts at sliver 
were received by Mr. and Mrs. Mae-< 

uride frqm relatives and friends. 

• • •' 

KrtumK to Vanrauver 

Mr, .I.iiiw.'.s W. M(Conneil. ol 
v.iiK i . who with hLs wilo and 
^mail son, James, q>ent Easter In 
victoHa with Mrs. McCcmneU's 
parents, Mr. and Mia. IfeMk J. Sehl, 
has returned to the Itaffiland. Mrs. 
McConnell .-uid son are renialnlng 
in Vi( toria fo; a few day& longer. 

l.un<'heon HoHleM 

Miss laeanor itelsterman. St. 
Charles Street, was a luncheon 
hmtess on Tuesday when her guests 

A ( I P Mts.'ies Barbara Northwood. 
Ill WinniiM-g: Betty Bechtel. Jean 
L»nnox. Norah Wilson, Margaret 
Lindsay, Pamela Charlewood and 
joJepbbe Rtthet. 

Bad. F.«« Main'lan; 

Miss Frances TumbuU, of Wln- 
nipeg, who .vpent a few days in 
Vanconvpr with hrr uncle and aunt. 
•Mr. and Mr.s L. O. McPhillips. Tia."! 
returned to Victoria and will nv>iunr 
her stay at the Quest House. Oak 
Bay. where she is spending some 

time with lier granlpaMNiiti. ^ 

• • • 

At Qoallenm 

Recent vLsUoi., .1, ..r yua..tuiii 
rioarh Motel \«.('rr Ml and .Mrs W. 
P. l>. Pemberton, of Victoria; .Mr. 
and Mr.s. Howard Clegg and Mr. and 
Mrs. McDonald, of Vancouver. Mr. 
and Mrs. O. R. Soley. ' of Calgary, 
are enjoving a fCW. 4ays' goUt at 
QualtruMi 

• 

ilnliday At l>akr 

.Mr.v Andrew Oray of Calhcrli)e 
^Street, and bar son and daughter- 
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Oray. 

of St. Patrick Strrrt h.ive rrtiirnrd 
to thr city fnnn Shawnigan Lake, 
where they s|>ent the iMter week- 
end at Fore.st Inn, 

Anniversary tiuests 
Mr. and Mrs. Oarbutt and Master 




Photo by Drftdrr 

Noel Kathleen Kitto, Who Is Two Years Old, Is the Daughter of 
Mr. and Mr^ F. L. lOttn, «B1 Darwin Road. 



Laurence Oarbutt. who at'u.td a.s 
usher, were among the Invited 
guests at the silver wedding oele- 
bratlon o( Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 
Evans, of 1498 Fairfield Road, at 
the A.O.F. Hall oh Easter Monday. 

• * • 

At QuaUciun Beach Hotel 

Oenaral and Mrs. A. D. McRae, of 
Vancouver, accompanied by Mrs. 
Ross and also their two grand- 

rhildren. Audrey and J(x;elyn Baker, 
spent the week-end at the Qualicum 
Beach Hotel. 

On Motisr Trip 

On an extended motor trip 
through the Pacific Northwest, Mrs. 
a. K. Israel and Mrs. L. Kayser, of 
Denver, arrived In Victoria yester- 
day and reglsteved at the Ibiprass 
Hotel, 

• * « 
Leave for. Qaamkhaki " 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Musgrave 

and Miss Prances Musgrave, of 

Goodwin Street, Oak Bay, are leav- 
ing lod.u to >;>< nd the Summer 
months at ^heir home at Quamlchan 



their .soii.^. Ian and Aiiiguit, j>pent the 
Easter week-end at tb* QwalkWUn 
Beach Hotel. 

• • * 

In New York 

Mr. azKi Mm. J. C. Pendray and 
Miss Eileen Pendray, of Victoria, ar- 
rived In New York a few days ago 

and reglaterad at the Hotel nuson. 

• • • 

Return Prom Quallcum 

Hon John Hart and Mrs. Hau't 
have returned to their home on 
Fairfield Road after spending a fe«r 
days at the Qualleum Beach ROtd. 



CaUfemla 

Major and Mrs. W. R Tiunton. 
who have been spending the Winter 
months in California, h.ive returned 
to Victoria and are staying for a 
few days at the Janies Bay Hotel 
before retunUng to their horn* at 
cobbla HUl. ' ' 

• • •' . 
Here for Oolf 

.Mr, Hilhdied White, manager of 
the Great - We.st Life Assurance 
Company. Caleary. \% .spending a 
two weeks' holiday playiiog goU In 
Victoria. 

• • • > 
From Calgary — 

Mr. and Mrs R j. Thompson, Mr. 
J. H. Hllller Mr W B. Trotter and 
Mrs. F. H Lepp<> are Calgary visitors 
ifi the city and are at the 
Bay Hotel. 

• • • 
Leave* for California 

Master Frank Speed, 
Street, left yesterday for San Fran- 
cisco and Santa Monica, to visit his 
aunt,' Mm O. Cleeland. 

• • • 

Return llotnr 

Or iuid 1. .\Iiiim. who Imve 

ijeen visiting Dr. Margins brother- 
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. 
H. Kent, Oak Bay Avenue, have re- 
tuhied to their home in Vanoouvcr. 

Ixtndon Visitors 

Mrs. M .'=i'^rave Daly and MLss 
.Segrave Daly of I/)ndon, England, 
are thr gne.sts of Mr. and Mn. Quy 
Lanclon, .St rhnt Ira Street. * 

ilaster Up-I(4and * — 
Dr. and Mrx. Gordon fCenning and 



Quatlra 



Visiter Freai Bnglaad 

MiM E B. Cult, of St. Albans. 
England is p.iying a ^lort Ylslt to 
the city. .She is reglstend at the 

Windermere Hotel. 

At Strathoona Hotel 

Mr. Oeorge Nbrweather. o( Cal- 
gary, Is registered at the Strath- 
oona Hotd. 

• * * 
Registered at Strathcona 

Mr;?. J. J. l^eder and MLso B. E. 

Dick, of Wlniupeg, and Mrs. Wilson, 

of VanoQfUver, are reglatered at the 

Strathcona Hotel. 

• * • 
Hera fteai Yaiiesaret 

Mrs. H. O. Wright and Mite Mary 
Wnght. of Vaii«'o;iver. arrived In 
Victoria, yesterday, and registered 
at the Windermere Hotel. 

« • • 

Here From Portland 

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rose, ol Port- 
land, are staying at the Bnpress 
KbteL 

At Windermere Hotel 

Muss Je4n D. Coursey, of Runbey, 
Aiu., is vlBttlnf at tha Windermere 

Hotel. 

From North Vancouver 

Mr. R: T. pale and his son arc 
over from North Vancouver and arc 
at the James Bay Hot^ 

• • *• " " 

Frees Regina 

Mra. C. .M. Wino;.,{iib:, ,j;id Mrs. 
H. F. Tbonuon, of Regina, are at the 

' Empress Hotel. 

• • • 
Her* Frpm Calgary 

Mr. Arthur Plerson. of Calgary, Is 
staying at the Empress HoteL 



Donations 
Are Noted 



Donations to the Queen ^Alex- 
andra Solarium during Maveh art 
reported as follows. 

Mr. JbhiMoa, Victoria, oranges; 
Mrs. c. Layard, Deep Core, jalljr; 
Maynard's Shoe Store, Victoria, 
.-.eventy pairs of shoes; Cobble Hill 
Women s Institute iproceed,s of 
schools' concert I. Pyrexon applica- 
tor; candy from Fry-Cadbury Candy 
Co.. 'Lillys Confectionery, Wlperli 
Confectionery. Hresge's, Woolworth'a 
Roger's Confectionery, ofllce. Phoe- 
nix Brewery tper F. Merryfleld. Vic- 
toria) ; Parksvllle Women's Insti- 
tute, IS cases eggs; Mrs. Oldham, 
cobble Hill, books and cards; F. 
Slowln, Vancouver, oranges. 
CARDS AND PAPERS 

Mlas de Trafford,- Qiiartra — 
street, COirletBaa cards; Wortiey 

I hlldren, 941 Island Road, papers; 
.Mrs. Rankin, Graham Street, pa- 
pers; Mrs. Alex Peden, Trutch 
Street, books; Miss Ctirtls, 3740 
Carey Road, two pairs stockings; 
Army and Navy Veterans, Unit No. 
12, books; Mrs. Powdl, Pandora At« 
enue, magazines; Bill Potter, 1039 
St. E>avld Street, toys; Peggy 
O'Toble, Pendergast Street, papers; 
Columbia Paper Co., bos of cards, 
fancy paper, etc.. for handwork; 
oeorge Oauthier, Victoria, books, 
.scrap book and cutouts; Miss M 
L.tcey. 130 Ohve Street, books; Palm 
Dairies, Ice cream; "JubUee" Branch 
J R.C.. Pitt madoira. 9J0, 

school papers. 

"Tsolum Smiles." J.R.C., Sand- 
wick B C . Aighan. towel and face 
cloilis, books, games and toys; 

Ever>'body*'^air'' J3tC., Bums 
Lake, B.C.. scrap book; "Shining 
Dancers." JJI.C., Vedder Crossing. 
B.C.. St. Patrick's cards; "Germ 
and Gloom Chasers." JJI.C, Whon- 
nock. B.C. cardboard cutouts; 
"Rlnky Dinks, " McKenzie . Avenue 
School, Seven Oaks, scarf and hat. 
baby's petticoat; "Lytton Janiaca," 
Lytton, Valentines; "Dlvt-slon IV and 
V." McKenzie Avenue School, Seven 
Oaks, toys; "Uve Wires," Lochdale, 
B.C.. Afghan wool ball and doU. 
CASH DONATIONS 

Cash donations were received 
from the fonowtaic: 

Junior Red Cross So<'iet\. Victor- 
la; Lazo Women s InsliLule. .Mls.s M. 
N. Wellcr, Box 216, Duncan. R. B 
Ker, per Dr. C. iWace; C. F. Todd; 
Florence Nightingale' Chap tar 
I.OI>.IE.: M»ia«piiia Cha p t er , 
lODE . Vancouver; ttrs. W. M. 
Allan, Dallas Avenye pro( eeds of 
movie show at the Garden City 
Church on March 14, per D. Flint- 
off; A. C. S. PltU; Mr: Tester. Mens- 
ies Street; Victoria Lodge of Per- 
fection, A and A S R : Mrs Fran- 
ces J. Troup, and Nakusp Women's 
mitltuta. 




JUST 
ARRIVEDI 



New Fur Swaggers for 
the Smart Summer 
Wardrobe 



SOMETHING entirely NEW! . . . lapin, mole 
and lightweight furg in delightfully smart 
NBW vtrtiont of thrpoptriar vwagftr atyla ... 
istxpansive furs with an air of vary expensive 

smartness! A fashion sensation in the East!- 
In the face of rising wholesale costs we've never- 
theless managed to price tham moat modarataly. 

I. 

For a Special Xr^at. Attend thr Sprinx Hone Ihaw 
at the WlUowB. Friday Evening. 




LIMIT rn 
Beady-to-Wear and FVBS 




MLss A. C. Maddock, of Edmonton, 
is staying at the James Bay Hotel. 



DONT 

f Put Things Off 

~ - . . Put Them Over 



Good printing is s big help in every office. 

Which does your business require — good 
printing or. just the ordinary kind? 

YOUXL BE SATISFIED WITH 
OUR WORK 



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Priatinf » Lithographing — Bookbinding — Engraving 



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E4isier BoMoar 

Is Guy Affair 

An Eajnter bazaar was held yr.stcr- 
day aItrrnfK)n by the ladios o( St. 
•Marks Chun h, in the hall. Bole- 
skirte Road. Mrs. F. Kiven. first 
vice-president of the Dloceeas Board 
of the Columbia W.A.. opened the 
sfTaU- and was presented with a 
.ipray oC daf fad&g «nd phan Uoa- 
soms. 

Spring flowers decorated tKe tables 

and the Htlr.trlivr ■st.ilU v.r:r. con- 
venPd as follows. Fancy work. Mrs 
J. McEHfrlsh; plain sewing, Mrs. 
E. U. Fisher; aprons, Mn. J. Baa- 
sett; book stall, Mrs. P. B. Oeoria; 
home cooking. Mrs. Heathfleld; 
JimJor W A. .stall. Mrs. l^iHhorpe. 
Mrs r. Hani.'! capably lupervl.scd 
the kitrhm. Mrs. A. Clarke took Uie 
tea tickets. A substantial 
added to the 



Salthpring Island 

One of the five-acre Frultvalc 
,snbdlvi.'^lon,'^ and lioii.se. thr property 
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Springford. of 
St. Mary's Lake. ha.s been pur- 
chased by Mrs. B. L. MacDooaid, 
of Laoombe, Alta. 

• • • 

Mr. J C. Farquhar.son, of Port 
W,i.shinKl<>n and In.s cm'-in. Mr.s 
Dunn, who Li accompanied by her 
two sons, have rented th^ property 
on Oanges HIH belonglnt to Mr 
H. P. Shade.' of- Victoria. They wUl 
take up residence today. _ 
• • • • 

M s H Moorhou."*. of Oanges. 
and h e r d aa ght e t i aiis s H e l e n Moor- 
houw, letuna ad to the island on 



of Major and 
bungalows at 
the fishing. 



Mrs. A. R Layard's 
KalBbow ■aaeh far 



Mrs. John Marshall, of Winnipeg, 
and her son have arrived on the 

Island and will ba guests for a week 
of Mrs. Marshall's sister, Mrs. P. C. 
Turner, of Oanges. 

• • • 

After spending Easter with Mr. 
and Mrs. Harold Prloe, of "Mere-^ 
side," Mr. Reginald Preeman re- 
turned home to Victoria on Mon- 
day. Mrs. Freeman will remain 
their gueat for a week. 

• • * 

Miss Plorenoe C^rove left Oange.s 

on .Saturday to .spend a few day.s 
visiting her parent.s in Vancoiivfr 



Mr. Pierre Bion has returned to 
Victoria after some days spent at 
North Saltspring visiting his parents. 
Capt and Madame Bion. 

• • • 

Mr- md Mr.s D M Anderson. 
Mr and .Mrs ( h.ule-. Scott. Master 
Melvln Scott and Miss O. W; Melvin. 
of Vancouver, are spendmt a few 
daya at Barbour House. 

• • • 

Ml-. Charles Mackintohh hns re- 
turned to his home on Uangeh Har- 
bor after a hionth's vlBtt to Vbn- 
couver. - 

• •* • 

Mr V. A. Brown has left Oaofes 
for a ten days' visit to Vaneouver. 




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Golden Sunshine 
in Bottles 

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MUNO 



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Gr«p«fruit. Ltmon. Grange 



At All Ocilprf 




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• Our New 

Spring Shoes 

Are Now on Display in the 
Lateet Stjrles and Palter aa 

CATHCART'S, LTD. 



IMS DOOOLaS 



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, Mr. KMth Harrla has latiimed to 

Port Albcml after spending Ka.sler 
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. J9. 
Rarrli e( Oangea. 



T* Mak* ■«•■> fmt Naw SblpacBU 

Ml Offer Ob* 

Mat* 



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araae Wtw ais SaeMU** la rrtM 
a«Mf«M SBswieii Ml T*ar Om4 Cm 

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URRANA O April IS ilV^ Bar* 
Saxbe wondered I'xlay If the .storl^.*- 
he had heard about the extinction 
of the buffalo wiere tnie. He found 
two Mson heifera in a carload of 
ea^la be purchased hi Kenaai Otty. 




Weddings 

COVBTENAT^MOPTATr 
A quiet wedding took place yes- 
terday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
R. H. MoffaU. 419 St. Charles 

.St reft, when their second daughter. 
Vera. »a.s united In marriage to, 
Mr. Wallace O. Cotirtenay. only son 
of the late Mr and Mrs. Oeorge 
Courtanay, oC Victoria, the cere- 
mony beln( perfonnad toy Mev. R. 
p. S. LMcalL Only immediate 
relatives wew present. The bride 
wearing a smart '«iiore<l .mlt of 
aureau tweed with brown accee- 
•ortss, was Shan away by her father, 
and Miss Grace Moffatt, bar sister 
attired In turquoiaa bkw voal erepe 
wUtv beige acressorles. was her' Only 
attendant The groom was sup- 
ported hv Mr, A C Rtu-Iilc\ Aft-r 
brtef honeymoon m the South, 
Mr. and Mrs. Courtenay wlU,take 




Tuesday after a few days' visit to 
Victoria as the gaesu of the 
former's son, Capt. H. W. N. Moor- 

house. 

• ' • a 

Mr. and Mra C. F, Roberu. of 
Port Albeml, and tMlr daughter. 
"Pat," returned home on Monday 
after spending Easter with Mrs. 
Robe I Us parents, Mr. and Ml*. 
Oeorge Borrsdalle. 

• • e 

Mrs. Xric Sprlngford, of Ganges, 
left on Tuesday for Vancouver, 
where she win visit her sister. Miss 
Campbell, for a few days. 

• • • 

After a month In Vancouver Mrs 
D Jone.s and her nephr^^ Mu hael. 
have returned to Oanges. where they 
win tafea up raridenea at Harbour 
House. 

Miss "Pat" May! of Beaver Point, 
spent tha laitar holidays with her 
parents, IngpactflT and Mrs. May, of 

Victoria. 

• . 

Mlw Beitv H^llf'v ha.\ mturned 
home from Virtori!* to spend a week 
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 
J D. HaUay, of North Sattaprlnt. 

Mn, C. Hoiroyd Paull. of .Ganges 
Harbor, has left for a tan days' 
visit to Vancouver. 

• • • 

Major A. Rowan, of Vimrouver, 

and daughter, Mi.v Mar lor'*" nr>w an, 
have arrived on llv* Island and are 
spending some davs at their prop- 
erty on Ganges Harbor 

• • • 

Miss Ruby Thompson, of Salt- 
sprlac. to apendlng ten days in 

Vancouver, visiting her parents 

Mr. H. T. Peter, of Oances. has 
returned to, the lalaM altar spend- 
ing a few dn' at Oowklwn LS hO 

vi.sitinR his father 

• • • 

Mrs Kenneth Butterfield of 
Oanges. has left for Victoria, where 
she will be the guest for a week of 
her aunt. MM. W..iO0tt MtoMa. of 
Victoria Avenue. 

Mlas B. MohmuuD has left Gaa«ea 
to vlatt her parenta la Vanattavar 
for a Itv dapk 

• • • 

Miss El.sle Priir kft on Monday 
for Victoria, where she wUl be the 
giiest for a fei 
Mrs Cecil Ley 

Mr. D H. c'hrutie and Mr. Jack 
Long, of Vaneouver. hate arrived 
hava 



mi\^,lRRADlATBD 

Carnation 

Milk 



j^ABIES fed on formulas con- 
taining Irradiated Carnation 
Milk^fe4>eiM%ia babies because 
die moat isnportanc item of dicir 
food— Gsmsdea'^^u pure cowa^ 
miUc— «bsetut«lf tmifecm sbao» 
batsly K s ra s ' t iid iw^ J i i ii f i bl e 
And they gtt an gkfrd supply of 
unpertant "sunskins*' vitaasm D, 
disc hdpa build 




lien Milk formula for hJbf, 
It is the milk the Dionae QuiA* 
tupleu have been fed since 'way 
back in November, 1934., \Vnte 
f'or our booklet **Concented 
fiabiea". It is ff 




Jtut Published A btautifui ntu» 
Carnatibn Cook Book. 16 glortout, 

full paqc. fuU colour pholographi. 

^6 paoe^ of unuwol rectpi\. menut, 
Pill til suggtittom. <oohfru helpt, 
ri< Yourt for. 2 5c. %tamp% or coin. 
\\'r\u- C'arnaiioh C >> Linvicd, l$4 
Abbott St.. VanLouL:er. S.C. 



arnation Milk 




RLD S LARGEST. SELLING BPANO OF IVAPORATED MILK 



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ONE DAY 
ONLY- 



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CDSniMI JIWILRY 

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TRIAMQLE SCARFS 

ligalar 19c «M 2Sc! PrM|l«, plain 

NECKWEAR 

Spelt«4 M» colUrt, Um colUri, 
crou-bar •rftn^M, ate 



HANDKERCHIEFS 

Pljin whitt linen ctmbrie, novtlhr 
prtntf Mn4 linM O Qa 

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IHiNi aid SWiaMiy 

Pa» HaMara. «•»•< er«to*M l**" 

LaHll4ry lagt, Mnbl«ach«d cotton. I9<< 
HoM S«PpOff«f«, »tfO«9 «i«*iK, AUC 

Lingerie Strapt^ Mnricaabta quality. 

Prictd at 

M«fno looka at* handy to liavc 1«C 

Pictarai, aaitabia for UdttmUu^^*' 
Mm-UmJ Hart aaanr far Mly.,..^l»c 
Cygnet Writing Pad*. 200 pag«. . 
Priat AfraM. Uaral 4a»if«. • .—^•^ 
Ckak Pa*. c wta«aa ar ^NcMk. >•# 
Tuck-smak UaAaa. MWa-aiid hifa, 

a for ^.-::s=s^^.^.**4 

l«bb«r Apfow. flaral 4arif«r^»«-»Mm. 
Pricad at 

P1«Wtr Pot Surrounds, compltta with 

pbta 

Ironing loard Padt, standard (itt, 
FwiMtaM Pan*. pUtign«m tttti Mling. 

PHM0 tt— — — >■ wiai«a— — — — a— — 



9c DRUG SPECIALS 



FASHI0NFL00R-9el.99cDay| iNBC SERVICE SPECIALS 



Cold. Tissue or 
Wj»* Set Lotftn 
Hydroqtn Peroxide, 
Borjcic Acid, ' 2 lb 



No Phone Orders, Please 

VaitekiRf Craa«. 94 

)n . : 94 



4 ox 
packages 



9f 



EfSOM SALTS, 



9c 



Lillian Huston 

Vaseline, YeUaw 

Tmct^re^ Ifl^M, I t.-.....^...::.- 

Oli»» Oil, French, 2 oz 

Toilet Soaps, assorted odort 

Moth Ballv I lb baqi 

Razor and Raxor Blade Holder 

Shaving Sticks 

Adhesive Tape, 1 inch by 1 yard 
Bandages 

Abaorbcnt Cotton, 1 oz. pkg 



9c 

•e 

»c 
»«• 

9r 

Or 
»c 
9c 
9r 



CANADIAN MAM 
TOOTH IRUSHES 



9c 



Ptptodant Tooth Powder »<• 
Pepaodoflt Antiaeptic »C 
Watkin'i MaWfM Cacaamit Oil 

Shampoo' .. J* 

Queens Health Salt 

Modern Girl Face Powdar, auorted 

shades 



9c 



I TROPIC SANITARY 
NAPKINS. 6'u- :•" 

Liquid IriBiantino 

Benxoin and Almond Hand Lation, •<* 

Glycerine and Ro»a Watar »<• 

Lavender Water »*' 

Eau de Cologne 

Perfumes, assorted floral odors »<• 



CHILDREN'S PANTIE DRESSES 

Peter Paa aaHart and inMckad 
yokes . . . aiatcliiMf CQm 

panties. . 2-6 

GIRLS' COTTON TWIID DRESSIS 
Sitaa nr^4 yian. RatuU. 98c' 
Lant ilaa«aa. CQm 

iS anly — .-.wW 

lOYS' WASH SUITS 

Iroadclith and Imen* m several 
•tylat. Ihie, green, red, CO|% 



woMCtrs RAVQN ^iittii 

Vests, pint,<^ UaaMn. 

raae, pink and wMla. 9Qf» 

TaM Hylaa. S»aaiii. .^96 

WOMEN'S WHITE TENNIS OXPORDS 
All white quality 
rabbei^ aolet. Stzet flQ#» 
tfmlM H • 

25 ONLY, UDUr AND MISSIShIaTS 

Pastels and dark colors in strj»s 
^ crepe and stitched QQft 
' auk' lMit» ^ — . . WWW 



PHONE YOUR ORDER-IT WIU RKEIVI 
PERSONAL ATTENTION 



STAPLE SECTION— 9a to 99e 



PLATE BEEF, Q|^| 


CAMBRIDGE ' 9 
SAUSAGE b lbs. 


STEWING BEEF 4 
HAMBURG STEAK I^W 


RUMP ROASTS 
ROUND STEAK 4 
PORK SAO^AGE lb. 


PRIME RIB ROAST. RED 

RUBON beef; *] 9q 


■ 

FILLETED WHITING 
FILLETED COD 

2 11.29 c 


SHOULDERS O OOj% 
LAMB C Nki.C96 


FRESH LOCAL COD, 
P«' J> : 



LARGE, ROUND 
CAKES lATH SOAP 



2^9c 



to 99*" Men's Section 



Listerine Tooth Paste' 

Dr. Lyaa'a T^aHi Pa«4ar. 



•4 



LAcr noii.irs . ^ „ 

Vrr. dalnlllv ^fawae. Si't * 
Inrhra. Each. 

TtRKIKH EITCUN TOWBU 



9e 



Sea Ovr Cownters for Other Specials 
Advertised 

"lav" Straat f laat 



INGLfsV NilhSOOK 

ao laehM wia*. flM ennUtvt wkU^ 
Vor« !•# 



MEN'S ARROW COLLARS 



OM aiMB aaJ <lifaH-a< stylat. 
RoflHlar 2Sc and S5e. 
Bach 



9c 



MEN'S LAWN 
HANDKERCHIEFS 

04i WtUk. 



on iMak. ■ Oa 



MRNl TIES, lElTI 

AND BOW Vies 

All rofular 25c to SOa. 

Each - 



9e 



PANCY WOOL SOCKS 
Second* o» i9c and SOc 



HANDKERCHIEFS 

P«i_M«n'a aise. Colored borders 

■ Sf-T;. 6 39c 



HOLEPROOF SOCKS 

FaMy «aol, reinforced heals and 
laas. DiacontiMiadt of 
1Um4%\ IWk- "tw 

COMIINATIONS — 



9c STATIONERY 



'^Memo Pads, for office, home, 
in packet 

Scrap Books, large size. . 
Vanatiaii Naaty Na*a 

far 

fuli^ fir* ioz aa. good ^ 
PabitiH and Orawinf Mali! 
Nata Pads. Wack laatiiaranf 
fo^ :. 

Receipt Books ~ 

Stamp Packets, assortment .. 
Drawing and Color Pencils 
Wai Payar, in cattar baa. 40 



etc. 6 

9c 
.. 9<« 
ium 
9c 
9c 

rr 9r 

eavf rs, 
94 



94 
94 



Pspar Sa»»laMaa. fO m packet 9«^ 
Butinen Envalayat. bhia Iwad, ^ 

for 1— ^4 

Shelf Paper, 2 ^iM*. « far...- 94 

Baking Cups, 75 in packet 94 
Paper Doilies, assorted patterns 9e 
Pencil Sharpeners, novelty shapes, 9* 

Autograph Albums . 

Reliance Ink, red or blue 
Eserciae Books, ruled, 3 for 
Children'! Stary laaki, 3 far 
Paper Bacfc Navab. mnh ^ 
fw — » 



oonoN BVOK, lowiuota 

la iMke* wMe. Very atisray. 

r«rd 

KTEiPtn wiNfRYHTr: 

Midr In rndand. II li •< ■ 
wcsrta* «Mlltr. M-lnch. Vara. 

— t — 



Pel 

19t 



I (til I 

:«9c 



aa-lMk Ptae Wklto Kwllak 
etoth. Tara 



994 



se-iNCH rriAMA cunu 

■eft. ftaMr 
traetlte atHoaa. Tata. 



•t-INCH Pil low ( ASIS 

Qacea'i HaB»ek«ia Caaea. 
eraaa. 



99t 



piao 
■4»r 



as iNCR BUAcan iMouia 

aWftflTtNO 

■l*k irarfr ~nn fllllnc. Yard, %94 

PAKTKI, TlKKIsH T<)Wtl,» 

Knillih aiak.' — Urtr *|M. Allrtt- 
llveljr catorea. Kack 09^ 

I.AEOB wHiTB Ttnsiia TOWSU 

Jait rtcM 



Baealar 



Cark 



PI .f ar MP AND < ' ^< " ^"t* 
aiaea'M X w »b4 ;a i no. Prurd 

■ ••••■•••aaa«a*«»a*« • 



9C 
9c 
9c 

9r 

titles, 
....9c 



Silk and Dress fio«d»-9e tt 99c Day 



WIENERS. 

par lb 

CHEESE, miM ftovtr; 
per lb 

SEAL OF QUALITY 
BUTTER, per lb. 

SLICED SMOKED 
BACON, pw — 

LUNCH TONGUE, 

sliced, per lb. 

BONELESS SMOKED 
HAM. per lb 

SLICED CORNER 
BEEF, V4 » 

HAM BOLOGN A, 
sliced, Vi lb 



19c 
19c 
29c 
29c 
39c 
39c 
9c 
: 9c 



LETTUCE, 
large heads 

NEW CARROTS, 

II bunches 

GREEN PEAS, 
per lb. 

RHUBARB, 
2 lbs. 

SPINACH, 

2 lbs 




H B C TEA 
No 1 Broken Orange Pekoa. 
Regular 63c. COj% 
SPECIAL, per lb 996 



Pirm-weave balbriggan, jthlctic 
atyk. Sitaa M l* 44. . 



9c NOTION ITEMS 



vmo* 

Mtlaoi »ai- 

194 



SPRING TIES 

«• «l«Ha. el liHw JQq 



FINE Aa-WOOL SCARFS 

Reefer style . . . tartan CQ|% 
patterns. Regular $1 WwW 

WORK GLOVES 
^ Saft. bat larvicaabla H- 3Sfi 



IRISH LAWN 
HANDKERCHIEFS 

PmN tiia. White with hemstitched 

.r!' 6,. 49c 

MEN'S TWEED CAPS 

Clearance group marked for quick 

i* 79c 



BALBRIGGAN 

COMBINATIONS 

Ecru ihade. Short sleeves, 



69e 



Bobby Combs, assorted colors 94 

Curl Setters, 2 on card 9c 
Mercenied Mending, assorted, in bo«, 
purse sue "<* 
Hoaa Svpporteri, 2 lanstki, pair »c 
ChiMraii'a Hoaa S epaai l ari. black 

aiily. tiiti 2 ta 4. • 9C 

Gilt Safaty Pim, 11 on caid, > cards 

for »# 

Safety Pint, assorted, 5 earda far 90 
Mendinf PlaiH,..96 needlesful Per 

skein *<* 

Pants or Skirt Hangert.. 9^ 

Household Scissors ®<* 
Lockette Hair Curlers, 2 on card, 9c 
Crntal iatfam and Sackla to match. 
SaT 94 



Bias Tapa, doabla faU; i-yird cards; 

card for »«' 

Dress Hangen, 3 far 9c 

Elastic, Va-inch, white; 4-yard bandlaa 

for 94 

Shoe Laces, 27 and M-iacli; • pairs 
in bundle •• *** 

Lamp Shades, sturdily made 9<* 

Powdar f n ffa , at a o r ted ^or« 9 c 

Diah ClaHM. bnitted cottae...- 

Dith Mapa. atranf bandlaa 

Bobby Pina, 3 eardt far 

Mending Wools, assorted colors. 



9C 
9 c 
9C 
2 



for 

Needle Kits, 
bodkin 

Sbae Traai, natwal waad. 



and 
90 



\'. INCH rOLOBSD TAEI..*T*N 

\ oidr raac* •* ('lr>rln( al 
yard 19c 

sa-IMCa MMASObdni 
Oaaraataaa _ 
terai. Yard.. 

u; INC H rNGLIRH SATIM 

Ualtea eaaatltr U clear. I'rUrd 
at. Mr pari; •••• 99e 

3«.INCa HANrOKIXBS ^BACH' aUITlNC 
OrMii. blae. MmoII. fashs ana wklte. 

■riular V><-' Yard S9# 

^« IS( II l-l AIS MSOV 

llroKni, irfent. f«i>n .>nd r»d. !■ a 
brokea aaaorlmrnl. Kraular aic! 

vara i9e 

M.W<m PM-B«RVNK nVITlSO 

la ahaaaa af Maealt. parplc. *a» 
kinr ana ermi Yara 39C 

M-IN( II WHITI. l AW V 

Pinr «uaiit>. I trfui far many par- 
aoari. lard S9e 



M-I.NCH OMSa UNBN 
. Plala akaaaa a raa« 

arance. whlW. ata. 

— Tnea «••.•••■..»•...■ 



h1a.k 

a»r 



;t, IS( H .4l.t,-\>HITK gPLS ^ 

limit mt 6 jfaraa U • •••♦•^jr. 
Yard 

«a.iNCH awua oBaANDR 

Wiae ranw al ealara t^^^^J* 
Bacniar aact TM«...49# 



Ml i Nf nwi ac iTWio ' 

Popater wale. Ormm, tvn, aMa 
hiue. raae. aianTa. ■aaWnr JSfl 
Vara •••^Ww 

ia.iNca AU.-BIUI nkr cKtn 



POTATOES 
Good quality. Island grown. 

IT: 1 .59 

— Limited Quantity — 
One Sack Only to Customer 



;i« |\( II IM.II^II (ORDt BOT 

Pfaih. aarpl*. «»». «•'<•• ***2J! 

,f^. foa. iuafc. ■^'".Si 

Yara 



M-INCH WOOL C/ . 

Ideal tae kabr •nr«a«»» Tare w.«l. 
Mae ar aiak. Ynri 794 

sa lNt H COtOMD VIYEIXA irtAKNBLa 
r.rr»n.. MoWBi. aiaaTa. W— .^»nn- 

To rlrar *l -»"' 

Jt.|N<H IN«.II>»H IWKHIS 

Rrown. n«»> mrrtium blue. 



LARGE SUNKIST 
ORANGES, per doz.. 
SUNKIST GRAPE- 
FRUIT, large, 5 for 
BANANAS, fimi 

ripe, 3 lbs. 

SUNKIST LEMONS^ 
pe^ dpiM 1 



39c 
29c 
29c 
19c 



JOHNSONS FLUID QQ^T 
BEEF. 16-oz. bott|^.096 

H^ C. MALT, ^Id Medd 
Brand, light Of dark; QQm 

S-lb. tin 

ICEBOUND CRAB 
MEAT, ' a s. per Hii 

AYLMER^ SADY MITS, t oi. 

2"L 19c 

lOV . . ■^••••••••eaa**«o**a***awa " 



29c 



LIBDY'S TOMATO JUICE 
Picnic size; 1 Qo 

3 tins for I 



COMBINATION SPECIAL! 

2 Tins AYLMER GREEN- 
GAGE PLUMS. 2'sv squat, 
and 1 Pkt. BIRD'S ENG- 
LISH CUSTARD 9Qm 
POWDER— Ail for fcWW 



g r f r n . 

99 c 



Broadcloth 
Shirts 



A Ifacbl parchaM of Shirts that 
««Hd ardhiarHy aaM at a much 
bifbar prica. Collar attached and 
one matching collar. 

Sizes M to I7V2 
Priced at 



79* 



100 Pairs 
Men's 9n6 Boys' 



loots in all-brew* and white with 
black trim, lacad<ta-toe style Boys 
siiaa, 11 ta S; 
men'i, < ta II. Par 
pair • 



89 



lay* Street Floor 



50 Only 

Straw Hate 



CHILDREN SMALL GIRLS 
AND MISSES 
These are for the most part ir 
small and medium head sufs 
dark colon. Good 
for acbaal wear! 
Pricad at 



19' 

"lay" Millinary. Paabiaii Floo 



Women's 

Home Frocks 

Our complete line of regular SI 
will be offered at Hiii price 

day only' 



for one 
All new styles. Sixes 
14 W 52. Special .. 



89 



"lay" FaaMaM Plaar 



Hosiery 



Subs of S< line' Service weight, 
rrrpe chiffon and dull chiffon 

Good calart; aN 

sizes in the lot. ^Sk^C 

Priced at 



69 



"B^y" Street Floor 



Chamoisette 
Gloves 

Regular S« Imoa! Oddments taken 

from rogolar itack. 

Brown, nary, Uack, ^tCflC 

eggdMH W 

"tay" Stye<^ floor 



CREPE TOILET 
ROLLS, « for 
ROYAL CROWN 
SOAP. 4 h»n for 
OLD DUTCH 
CLEANSER, per tin 
EUREKA BLEACH, 
large bottle 



19c 
19c 
9c 
9c 



JELLY POWDERS, 4 Q^^ 
assorted; 5 packott... I wW 

SUPER SUOS, 
large pacliet 



9c 



CANDY SPECIALS 
Scotch Mints, Special Hard 
Mixed, Peanut Brittle and 
Jelly Beaut. 
Per lb 



19c 



HARDWARE 



THIRD 
FLOOR 



HBC CASH AND CARRY 

Sc to Mc Day Supor Specials 

REMEMBER' EVERYTHING ADVERTISED IN OUR DODGER 
ON SALE TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 



100 l»4^ISH PARING KNIVES 
. Gaad altaa m4 abapaa. 
Raeidar 15e 

AIIORTMENT OF IRUSHES 

Scrab. Sink. Paiat. Nail. An 
Shoe IrariMa, ate. .-..-.w^P 

ITANDARD PUSNIMNT |ATTIR1IS 

9o 



TOWIL lARS 
. Cbataa af aiiea. Nicke l and Aq 
c^aiMt fialifco B^^J^w Jftc-.- ^^^^ 

SITS MEASURING SfOOtH 

Sa bandy in tha An 
hNabaii - . 

COOKIE SHEETS 

Stronaly mad«. Qa 
JIM ft IS ^ 

ORATIRS 



"IIGHTNING" PEELERS 
^ r-«ith rustless 



9c 



WALLPAPER AND 
WINDOW ILIND CUANER 
faay ta aaa; tahaa frima 

4lft oH MSi^ 

UPSIDE DOWN CAKI TINS 
Haa4y tac liaf VjMtlMf 



HAND COAL SHOVELS 
Strongly made . . 



COMBINATION CAN OPfNIR 
AND CORK SCREW 
WeH 

constructed ......... 



CAKE TINS 
S)M • « 
atfong edges 

PATTY T^M$ 
« «M le a 



WEAR-EVER SAUCiPANS 
siae. 



9c 

dc 

9c 

9c 
9c 
9c 
9c 



DISH MOPS 

-^itb large cotton head* (^q 



PACKETS SANDPAPER 
Aaaartad fmiahet, tine, 



JELLY OR CAKI MOULDS 
Large »i.i« . .' . 



9c 



URGE SIZE DISH CLOTHS 

—for good 9C 



TENNIS BALLS 

l9iS stock-still have 1 Qm 

lata af Mfa. Each 

LARGE WIRE COLANDER STRAINER 
Has many esea in ) 9C 

GOOD QUALITY WHISKS 

Made from ^ 



RAPID MINCER' 
Stainleu ataal 



19c 



STRONO IRlSTkl SCRUI IRUSHES 

Good 4 
qualify . ' i Wl* 

RUBBER KNEELING PADS 

19c 

ONE-HAND FLOUR SIFTERS ^"^ > ^ 
Easy to operate. 1 Qm 

Rafdiar S9c! Spacial.... ■ 9le 

HOLLING PINS 

Solid handles. . 



LAVATORY IRUSHES 
Str^ bHatla haada 



19c 



comiinati6n SPICIAL 

1 Pot Cleaner, 1 Polish 
Cloth and 1 Dish Mop 

FANCY' WOOD TRELLIS 
Siae II I Tl. 

T#a — — *»*-wa 



19c 
19c 
29c 



"SKOUR PAK" CLEANERS 

Fine steel wool O 
m I 



WASTEPAPER lASKITi 
Rcgnlar C9c! 



29e 
39e 



69c 



DUTCH HOES ' 
—with 

1^ baadla - 

/ GARDEN 6 IN. AND l-JN. HOES 

.69c 



JANITORS' URGI.HtA0 IMOPS 

Regular COc. Atkt^ 
Special ....^WU 

STANDFAST KALSOMINE 
Choice af 
IS 



OLD ENGLISH FLOOR WAX 
—with bottle of 
Wai PalWi 



49c 
59c 
59c 



HATCHETS 

— for camping or 
splittin9 kindling 

REVERSIBLE DUSTING MOPS 
Good cotton 



GRASS OR UWN EDGERS 

Strong handles; SiieHiald 7C|f| 
steal blade ■ 

L0N6 HANMJ SNOVlLS 

Sheffield steel. Tfill 
Each ■ 

ENGLISH-MADt HAND SAWS 

_ „...__ 790 

HAIR FLOOR IROOMS 

Regular $1J5! WRI fwerp rlrjp, 
yet not QQa 
raiM dint 99y 

BEAUTIFUL TRAYS 

In a great assortment of designs 
and finishes Sise QC|#^ 
IS « 9. Special . 99%0 



if AYUMm 
PEAS 



^ NABOB 
TOMATOES 



Choice quaHty^2Vi's, 
I per tin wC 



Cboicc quality, 
size 5, per tin 

★ AYLMER CUT GREEN BEANS 

Kentucky Wonder Brand, 2's, squat. 
Per Hn 



19c 

\kCk- 

9c 



EVAPORATED MILK, 
large tins, 2 for 

CANADIAN BEAUTY MACA- 
RONI, ready cot, Vt; 

per packet 

ORMOND'S CREAM 4 
CRACKERS, Igc. pkt. I 

NORTH STAR MEAT 
PASTES, por tin . tic 

CONNOR'S Kr>PERED 
SNACKS, 
t tins „ 



19c 



CHINAWARE SECTION— 9' to 99 



BOYS' WEAR SECTION— 9« to 99*= 



HEINZ TOMATO 
KETCHUP 

Large bottle. i Q«% 

SPECIAL I WC 



KRAFT MIRACLE 
WHIP, 8' 2 ox. lar . 

OAT PUFFS, 

AYLMER PURE 
MARMALADE, 4's. 
Special, per tin 

COPFEE, HBC, pure, 4 
frotbly groond; per lb. I 9W 

BALLARD'S CHAMPION 
BRAND DOG FOOD, 

per tin .WW 

t 



19c 
9c 

ORANGE 

39c 



OXYDOL— For a 
Whitor Wasli 

19c 



Large packet, 
SPECIAL 



•e 



cvr* ANO nAvctss 
.%«<art«>a a*«itn« 

KAmTHr.Ns« \%w. ooeraM 

OMa a**ih ^0 
NOAm MOOSATU MMP OifHM 

u 



«o«e 

seaaf loe l ewwalaae. % 
^aaMar ftepn.*e«a..... m for W 
OBISN MIMOOMO lOOa 

Lorto alee ... M • aMiea « A^. 
tlioi la .amereat. Bee. Sa«! . I W 



TCAPOTB 

OM KnelM eetuao 



Lorto alee . . . M • aetiea 

I 

CONDIMENT SBTa 

••a > eaaer sMtk tmr 



S9c 

AIM Net W»i*r lee le nsnlek. -994' 



lOYS' POLO iHtRTS 

iottan-nack style Ja sixes 24 to 34 
WbNa, bhw, tea, 



«»r rftn^T . . . ■u.**eeeeoo'eeaaaooo 

3i.r9e 



^AKr. ri r% 

N«»t arrmatUa • • . 
fee kBiek-kaacka ...... 



•era or t kitcmm Moa 

■•••••<**• wM BM Mar 9Qm 



DC1 ORATKD TKAfOYS 
tare* e ay H iawS 

<ir arvltn* 

Ol I Kin HSN J«Rh 
(.k-mI aiir. . . Shay fit 
•■a lata aaetkar 



WtV WARRINOAU KOOUS 

Sport-neck and ahirt-neck -^"•c'-. 
Sixes S to H yean. 3dC 



lOYS' OOLP HOM 

AH wool nb knit i« heather shades, 
contra sting tr im. 

Sisat jn^Tyaarf ^ "f «le 




39c 

1 

59c I 



BOYS' SPORT PULLOVERS 

Tnrtia and raond-dack styles; solid 



Solidly woven hi 
fleck design 

Sues 24 ?4 



PUUOVERS 

end white 

39e 



BOYS' ATHLETIC C0h4IS 

No-bottaii style hi firm wta^e 
k^^kf 4sS^S» JiJ^S 

24 ta M.. 



.39e 



TOBACCO— 9a la 99s VALUES 



Ambenne Cigar 
Hotders 
Assorted 



rajiroT auoA» 



QiAta WUl 

" alaei Bans Am 

arvaN eaaonllaa ....(...•••••t 5^^. 

I.AR(.» MK* MVOS 

Wett na la h ia . . • ^0 



• ...•••••t*««< 



SOCUU 
Bntalii 






9o 

9c 



Corn Pipas, reg 
ular tScI, 



Ron U» Pawc b a a , 
rabbarisad .. . 



At 



IHCOiW^OilATBD a?f MAY 1670. 



Chf'Ywo'yj ^ipes at 

2 tor 9g 

Flmts, roffolar tCk' 

2..9e 



So 

^entholaters <mentholate yo«r own 
clfarattas ar tabaccai. ^ 
Raealar 10c . ...w. • far' 

19c 
49c 
BBc 
69c 



Lighters 
or tank 

Iriar Pipes, good shapes. 

II seba.... ...J- 

CombinaiMM Lighter 

and Case 

Zipper Tita aa a 



That Body o 
Yours 

(By Jimae W, 




LUMP HI 



IT MAX OE HAT 



the braSMt. All thrrr werr pwt forty 
yoars o( ac nnd nil ihr^ were im- 
tal7 *tr»>d tiwt tha lump waa 



A aurgcon filrnd of mine tolrl m* 
of Ihrae woin»-ii romlnK under hi* 
care Wlthn < week iji »hir!i Die 
■OOAAMMMI 



The flrat put off dotaf eaythlnt 
about It for a ooupla eC montlia bt- 
fore romiriK to ttw eoMar aHok for 
examination. 

Tt>e ascend, motoring with her 
(amUjr on a hoUdajr to OaUiomla, 
OM iMl «aoo««r tlw Mop «BMI thrr 

werr^ about Vnm 409* OBI VWtr )our- 
|ne\ I.Ike moat ■Mfthera. 8h» didn't 

tell lir; iiii ImihI or famll' >'■ li' 
\4I^\ mtA to apoU tbatr tkoMoy. t 



However, she worried and worried all 
the time she was awav, nnd on ar- 
rival home ruahed to her phyalclan 
to lakrn tha truth. 

The third eaae. after noUetng the 
lump, decide! to think no more of it 
for a ic At :!ie riul of the wpr^k 
It waa .itUl prracnt and. if any'hinK. 
r, llttl* larger A week later il wa* n 
tttUa larftr and waa caustnc aome 
poki. CBke vent next day to tht can- 

oe« 'flWaweO^^caifiuii iimi; 
WlMt <M the' examination cH theae 

Tiate. eiaminattnna and opersuoo i al 



for tbe vMtoovol of tha lualip revealed 
tikt bot one of the three eeaea waa 

cancer. All three had what la known 
a a cyat, which waa removed with- 
out dlfleulty. and the potleoO «oa 

home in about a week'a time. 

The point about the above la that 
aome women, when they dlaoover 
they have a lump In the brea.« be- 
oome panic itrtrken. but are afraid 
to coDault th«r phyak-lan. often loa- 
ine AhiabW* tttnr ahouM tha lump 



m fiMl. the tfioek aogr leal for 

years or life. 

On the other hand th*Te are other 
women who. whrn a lump occurs 
toll themaelvea that it can't be aerl< 
ooi. beeaaaa they know or have 
heard al % mmJ»» .pLjsmm «lth 
a lump in the MooO 
diaappeared or potra 
While thu la true. M MMoa eon af* 
ford to Uke the cliMioe baeauaa u 
tha lump to eaaeer oad to tiet re- 
moved before ft haa apmd to oOier 



in time death from oaoear to pre- 
vented. J 

In view of the fact thAt any hmtp 
In thr breast may be canner and 
that the knowledge of exactly 



whether er 
ntaL a 
or fanUly If 

ttte truth. 



A tt to cancer la so 
la tool fair to benelf 

llOMBWilBglOloarB 



FIVEPIN TRUNOLER 

HAS PERFECT SOORB 



^ ASTHMA 

friM lo vof** »»«rr«ta»«iia ' j'f rrr 



(•inre: 

harm 



rio nc 1 errat deal parts of the body nothlne can be 
to the ir nervoua ayatcm. \ dooe to aove the potlent. U 



.10a nM •» 



LODI8VILLE. Ky The 
"atandlnc room only" al(n will be 
hunt out May 2 for the lOM Ken- 
twkjr Daaty. oooordtaf to preaent 
imttoatleae. All too aeet* ineludinc 

rx'ra one^ \r\.',' '1 ir.ne 'h*- Wln««r 
montha. have b<*»-ii taker, i h* 

V.n-M of apphratlona lnrr*aae» dally 
aa ih^ da^e of thr annual Aaancan 



TORONTO. April 15 W.- FOr tbO 
aecond Ume In the hlaiorjr ef tho 
OonaidtM aowllnc 
pin tournament, a \ 
laat nifht wlien Bob Ttt, TOfoalo^ 



In the third tame of hla aingle*. 
The feat gave him a toul of M 

aaeoitt place la tiM 



I Hi iBii 



9=! 



THE DAILY GOLOMST. VICTORIA. B.C.. TliLKSDAV. APRll. 16. 1936 




///y.VW ////ANW ////.V V //'/, WW ////<\>\y/////\N\V///<.\VW 



i MAR UN IE. RAIL anct'Al 




610 SHIP IS 
, BEHIND TIME 

Mlaoara Running Late— 
Bonnington Court ln From 
Halifax Today 



Hunnlng behind titn* U wUl be 
4 o'ctloielt nidftjr ftftemoon btfqre 
th« 0»n«dt>h»AUtra l a.sian Sk N1- 
■fkTB, Captain William Martin. 
e<Mnniaii<J<T will rca/h William 
Head, atxording U) word received 
by Pred Wells, city paasenger agent 
of Canadian' Pacinc Steanuhlpa. 
Thia should bring the big lin«r Into 
Rlthet Pl«r« by ^ o clock It Ix pm- 
•Ible that heavy northwcBt windfl 
oA tha Coast have delayed the 
liner, other ^veaaeU airlvlng hafe 
during tha paat few daya reporting 
strotiK head wlnrls 

Th^- Nlajcara is bringing In some 
215 travflor.s iii all clasMus, mails 
and general carKo. Among her 
more prominent pasjiengera will fe|B 
Str Herbert W. Oepp and Lady 
Ciepp. Sir Herbert Oepp is «-«clen- 
tl.st of world-wide nofr, and Ls con- 
sultant for the Government of Aus-* 
iralla and the dinctor of aerial, 
geological and geophyaical airvay 
q f W urHi Australia. 

Also on til'' Nlapara will be forty- 
dght m'^iiiber.s ol the HritLsh Na- 
tional Union Party, m charge of 
Ifajor-Oenerai F. J. Duncan, C.B., 
CMSL^ OJBO., who hiyi been 
fy;>ending soma time in Au.stralla, 
thd who will Journey leL.";urely 
arn^s Cniiada on the w.tv to Eng- 
I %nd, and the Aitairallan Davis CQp 
^ ^ bjr 0. apraute. 



King Brother! announced teat 

fvninif that the frriKhlt-r I>arch- 
bank will be ai OKden Point Piers, 
Saturday, loading lumber for Aus- 
tralia. On Monday Um Luifity 
street firm wiU hivriBrmichtar 
Cauhiieu docking, ' and following 
her in th^ .same week will l>e the 
Elmworth. which will take on 1.- 
500,000 feet of lumber lor the East 
Coast. lAtar in the month, the 
freighter Brynje, whleh paaead In 
to James Island from sea on Tuea- 
day. «'lll be back for lumber cargo, 
loading for the Atlantic Coast. - 



Normandie Is the World's L^gest Vessel Jj^[K^g|^ |j 

^'smooth TRIP 



■ayar. 

J DUE Tl 



THIt'MOBNINO 

Coming In from Atlantic Coa.st 
t the freighter Bonnington 
la due alongside Rlthet Piem 
ia momlnff, aocMxllng to King 
rothers. agent«. The Bonnington 
rt will "ontiiuie U) Vancouver 
T dl«cluirglng general cargo 




SILVER CI)P 
EOB SKIPPER 



Captain of Second Vessel 
Up St; Lawrence River to 
•*'Be Honored 

MONTREAL April 15 Plrat 
of -the trans- Attetttle fleet and aec- 
ond '•oean vaaael to come Up the St. 
Lawrence this season, the Norwe- 
gian steamer Lido was expected to 
reach Montreal tomorrow. 

Her skipper will receive a silver 
cup preaented by James Wilson & 
Company to the first Norwegian 
master to bring in a ship from the 
sea. A similar trophy wa.s given 
Captain F. C. Nichol.s. ol the West 
Wales, f\r»t Brlti.sii .skipper to ar- 
rive here from foreign porta. 

Dtichess of Bedford. flxM of the 
pa.s.senBer llnrr.s pas-s^-d Cape Race 
and l.s duf hert- Frul;i\ ni^'ht The 
Bedford, aided b-. • I't:^'.- und 
ice-free watera.- lias iieid to her 
schedule and will open pasaenger 
navlfatkn well abead of laat year. 






, GENERAL 

CHANGE 

TRAIN 
SERVICE 

EFFECTIVE 

SundaiTf April 26 

? CofHutl the Tickift Agent 

CANADIAN PACIFIC 



IS HOPED rOR 

Only Way Empire Govern- 
ments Can Rectify Pacific 
Shipping Situation 



MONTREAL, AprU 15 ^—Vfotd 
that the Unkm Steamship Line <n- 

lendod to discontinue Its ."service 
between New Zealand and San 
FrancJsco wa.s nr>t unexjiected. Sir 
Edward Beatty. chairman and pres- 
ident ot the Canadian PaeMe Rail- 
way, stated here fodav 

CommentinK on a Wellington 
dispatch that the Union Company 
had announced it would discon- 
tinue the Hoe la December, and 
adding the futuire 9t the Oanadlan- 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Weather Report 



rUm -'11 90: 



In spitf of the entrance of the huge new British liner Queen Mary into the trans Atlantic pssaengy »>^'P 
competition. th« French liner Normandie, which made her first trip last year, remams the wulMhl largest 
ahip, ' Layottt akove gives the latest revised figures on the tonnage and length of the two giaat veaeelg» each 
of^yhkh coat a lot d mpniy. Queen Mary above. Normandie below. 

= - . L • — — : ■ ^ " 

Au.stralian hue between Vancouver. 
Auckland and Sydney, Australia 
was similarly threatened. Sir Id - 
ward said, In part: 

"The competition offered ' by 
heavily subsidized United States 
lines haa for some lime made the 
situation untenable Apart from 
Oove mm ent auboidles, Oieae lines 
have an adtantage of American 
coastwl.se laws which make it Im- 
pobsible for other than United 
States sliips to meet their operat- 
ing costs 

the continued exlatenee d( British 
tiottoms on routes connecting this 
continent with Australia. 

"Tlie hope ls tii.Ht in the near 
future some Joint action of the gov- 
emmenta co nc erned will recltfy the 
situation. 80 that Brltlah-owned 
ships may continue to ^ tbe Pa- 
cinc nce.in on ttmr Importaiit 

trade route.s." 

The Canadian Pacific l« half 
owner of the Canadlan-A)iatraUan 
Line. 



ESTKVAN PurtlT cloudy 

.l4 llKllt 

I.EONAKO ISLAND r- CItar, 
iKht. SO.Mi Uellt ama. 

PACmCNA— Otoar; MMitheatt. tmb: M.I3 
^7 hi>«v» rhop. 
r-ARMANAH - Cletr; Mntbeaat. fresh: 
This seriously threaten.s I :» as choppy 

' CAPE BCALC— Clear; atatiMaat. 
J9 Bl rhoppT 



noriheatt. 



rretli: 




HEFUSED TO 
HIRE OANOS 



Grace Line Officials Said 
Arrangements Made to 
Handle Santa Rosa 



Wireless Report 

.SYKIC Albcriii for New Wesimlnaur, 

i>a'sr(l "sriifii* at i o'clock 

Shipping Calendar 



VANOOOVB - Q 0 B a N OmMRUXltt 

tBLANPa a*, rrtno* cmssies wis i««t« 

Vancouver trvry alMraats iatpiaar (or 
Qureo CharlMt* tdaae eniato mt 9imm 

Rupfrt at I p.m 

8WARTZ BAY-FOLPORD BARBOR - 
liv Ct Peek arlll Itavt Swarta Bar dailf, 
except Wedaeadbri. at t 30 a m and • 
p m ; Ut Cr Peek will leaT* Pulford Bar- 
por dailr. asoept Wadnatdara. at I: II a.m 
•be'* p.m 

BIUCNTWOOD-MILL BAY -Ut Cascade 
i«afW Brentwood dally ai 9 a m . 10 a m . 
11 a.Bl.. 13 noon 3pn) )pm «r>m and 
5 p.m.: M« Cascade learea MIU Bay 
dailf at »:» aja« te:M am. IIM a.mi 
13 M p.m.. l:ae p.ii.. t!M <M aai 
and 5 '30 p Ut 

VICTORIA • avi.r ISLANDS - Prtnceaa 
Marj leave* Victoria aTerr tueadai to* 




% IH! I 1^ il 



aha S\sijoudju\ Slxu>d.! 

TMIr dee par drauaht glvea ateedlneaa . . aea- 
worthlnaaa. Seaaoned travaliera appreoiatt 
this and •njoy the many rMfMtlong and amuM* 
maata to tha fuliaet on these steady A SHIPS 
..far whlah tha gigantio "Queen Mary" aeta 
Hkm fiM«afia H Safvtaa mitf Cvlaliia. 

ttUinti from Montn-al Commrnting 
gCONOMICAL RETURN FARES 

, CaMn from - $238.00 
Tanriatfran . $1M^ 
TkMCiaaf • $t4Ai« 



CUNARD WHITE STAR 



LIMITED 



' fALTlPRING ISIAND 
I J/^ FERRY" 



DAILY SAILINGS 

DAILY CXCIPT WEDNESDAY 



Leers Svsrtf .ler-':::::^ 



.9 JO kM. ' iM r.M 
l:tS A.M ■ 4O0 PM 



No Service en Wednesday, April IS and Thursday. 
AMI^-DmIoOmHimI 



Fares 



Tfecks 



•a «al|lMi 7k i» fix 

25c 

~ . $1.25 l« (2.00 



9m NrllMr lafsnaetiea an4 Mater Csofk 

inn. 11171. 



CULF ISIANDS FERRY CO. 

LlHmO 




.S\N FRANCI.SCO .\prll 15 V. 
()lfi( i,»Ls nl the Grace Lino, *lncli 
has brDlcrn relations with the lopal 
unit of the International LJng- 
horemen'a Aasoclatlon In a labor 
lispute. refused today to hire five 
..langs of iwrkers who appeared to 
unload thr lin^r Santa R^i.sa. 
.Edward Senter. manager of the 
company doek, aakl the men com- 
prised the saftie crews which yester- 
day refused to paM picket lines to 
handle Ihr carKO at>>nrd tlio Santa 
Rosa, which ha^ been declared "un- 
fair." 

Senear aald "arrangements have 
been made to tmload the Santa 

Ro.sa. ' but derlliiPd to .nay how the 
freight, originally dcsiinsd for Los 
AncalM, would be handled. 



TO ARRIVr. 

PRK.SinFNT JEKKKR.SON - Phlllpploea. 
Chit:* nud ,I,ir«ii. April 1 

DREXniTDYK -Rotterdam and tx>ndon. 
April 3 

EMPREBB OP A8tA— ntUlPPtasa. OBln* 
and Japaa, AarU a 
HiKAWa MARO - <T«MO«m>.- laaan. 

April 8. . 

PACinO PRISIDENT— Oattse Klnadom. 
April 7. • 

ORACIA-aaitad ipii>do#. Aprtt IS. 

IXION— China and Japan. April II. 

PREfllDKNT JACKSON — PhlUpptnei. 
Ch;n» and Jip»Ii. April 15. 

NIAGARA— Australia. New Eealand. PUI 
anil Hawaii. April li 

l>ocHOOlt^Dnlted Rlnedora. April 17 
HIYE MARU - I Vancotivrrl. Japan. 
Apr. I 20 

PACIPIC OROVE - United Klnirdom. 

Apr ! 21 

IMPKESS OP CANADA — Phlllpplnea, 
China. Japan and Hawaii. AprU S3. 

PRB8IOKNT McKINUTY - PhHlPBtaaa. 
China aa< Japan, AprU ». 



too. Oaneas asrbo;. ItaiW* Ulaad. Omliaaa 

Inland and Vencuuvrr a' 10 SO a m 

VICTORIA POnr A.NOELKS— as Iroquou 
will leave Victoria daUf (or Port Antelet 
at • a.m.i 8a umimIs vtO anlfo Tie- 
toria daUf trdm Port Anselaa at Ittt a.m 
aiDNEY-ANACORTSS— Si Roaarlo wlU 
leave Sldnry dallr (or Anarorlrs at 1 
o.m.i fa. RoKarlo will arriv* Sidney dallr 
'row aaaserte* at l is p m 



W est Coast Mails 



EBs OP ASIA— Japaa. OMaa aad 

Phll!pplnr!i. April 11. 



TO DCMST -■ 

EMPRESS OP JAPAN^Hawall. Japan. 

Ch.n.i nUA Pli;:ippmfs. ApMl 4 

HEIAN UARU — (Vancouver). Japan. 
April 4 

PRESIDENT JEFFBRaON— Japan, Oblna 

and Phtltpplnrt. Apri: 11. 
EUPRE8C 

il'!ppln»«. __ 

HIKAWA iiARO -> tvaaeavm). /aaaa. 

April 1« _ , ^ 

NIAOARA - Hawaii. Pill. Hew Zealand 

and Auitralla. April 23 
ntaHDBrr JACKBON - japan. Cblna 

and PblUaauisa. AprU as 

Gulf island Mail 



CONCBRTBD BPTORTB 

SAN FRANCISCO, April IS {JP).— 
Concerted efforts of organized labor 
promised today to avert another of 
the almost perpetually .threatened 
crises on tiM Pacific Ooaat water- 
front, 

Bdward D. Vandeleur, conservative 

i>;r..ldi'nl of the ."^an Frunciaco 
l^bor Council and .secretary of the 
State Federation oi Labor, promlaed 
longshoremen would work all ships 
on the - troubled San ..Itandseo 
waterfront today. 

Mayor Angelo RoaSl immediately 
informed ixiiur no extra ^re* 
cautions would be needeil 

KXTEA mciat- — 

Ad<litl<>n«I polioe had been ordered 
to the •AHterfioni after employers 
ye.strrday ftUsix U'lfMl relation* with 
;he International Longshoremen's 
Asaodatton local in "ac'tion uken 
solely against radical and «ub- 
vertlve leadership." 

Employers did not iiniii»'d;.i; ' Iv 



OANQU . OALIANO, MATNE. PCNDEB 
ISLAKD. PORT WASHINQTON 
BALTSraiNG tSLA.ND 
Hall* aloae Sunday, wcdneidas, ftlSay. 
II IS p m.i Tueaday. 10 am 

Maiu due Monday. 7 IS p m.i 
Wedneaday. Friday. 7:11 a.OL 

BBAVn roiNT, rwoM 
MaOa -aioao T»at«sy. M ajB.t 

Say. Friday. 11:11 9m. 

MaUi due aiwdsy. Wsiassias. SMaay. 

7 IS a m 

KATVa-NA 

MaUl aloae Bunday. Wedaeiday, 11 :U 

" Ualla daa Monday. f:1l •■■t Friday. 

7 IS am 

SOI TH PENnia 
Malli dote SundHT. Wedneaday. 11: IS 

"uaili due Monday. 7 11 p.m.t Friday. 
7 IS a m 

MVSOaAVF 

Mall* cloae TuttAr. \t am; Friday. 

II IS p m 

Malla due auaday. Wedneaday. 7 IS a.at. 

Noan cauANv 

' Maiti eloaa Sfinaay. 11 11 pm 

Coasting Craft 

w»»T»^ta.i^^L^goavRn -ia rnneaaa. 
Ohartotta at 8a Frlnctaa Ailee «U1 loave 

Victoria at i pm da:l? for Vancouvsr 
Sa Prince** Ctaarlott* or fl* Prlnc«*« 
Alice wlU arnva dally at Victoria (rom 
Vancovver at 1:N pjb.. aa PrtaMts BUaa- 
Mih or a* Frtneoa* feao will Mae* Vle- 
toria dailr (or Vancouver at 11 midnleht 
Sa Prince** Elli*>>»t.h rr Si Prin.-r** Joar 
WlU arrive Victoria dally troo Vaaaeuvet 
at 1 a.m 

VICTORlA-SBATTLB~-aa Frtacoaa Obar 

ott* or S* Prtncau Alice wUl Mava Vie 
:orla *l « SO p.m dallr for Seattle 8* 
indicate whether they would accept ! prmeeaa charlotte or Sa Prmeaaa Aiiee 



Mall* cios* 10 pre. lat. ilth and llai 
of each motiil) for A^ouaat. Bamfleld. Coo- 
peecee. Clayoquol. Clo-ooie. Ecoola. Ea- 
tevan Point. Kakawl*. Klldonan. Kjruquot 
Nootka. Port Albeml, Port Renfrew 
Hecbarb rofloo, Oeluolet Oae 1 U p m 
8th 18th and tStb of each month, eseent 

Mall* rlo*e 10 p m.. Hat each month, and 
4 ts am 22n'i each month (or Centre 
Uland Due I IS p.m >ltb of each month 

Malla eloao •:U a.m., (th latb and 
i6ili of eaeb month, eicept Sundaja (or 
Clo-oo*r Port Renfrew. Ram(i«ld and 
Ktldonnn 

Mall* CIO** i:U a.m., fburadar and 
aaturdat. (m aamnaM. Baoola. KiMoaaa 
Ceooia 

Shd Mateo, archaru uclueiat Otia a- lb 
m . TuridAjr and Saturdaj 
Malla cloaa II: IS p m.. MoadV. 1 

,> m . ntea? . fat Bolbors. Pat* 

Quatama OtM 1 a.m.. Taaadat 

rrirtar 

Uai:* doae U' p m . l*t ol aach moDth 
and iAi a.m.. 2nd ol each month, (or 
Oes titt asi.. Mb. of oscb 

British Mails 



I Lthif Dotfkod brty Yetter 
day with Pasttndert, 
MtM ami Cargo 

Completing a fllU paaaage of the 

j North Pacif\c, the American Mail 
I Line Ss. F^reaident Jark.son. Captain 
Morris 8ea\ey. USNR com- 
mander, tied up Alongitde Rtthet 
Plera at T o'clock yeaterday morning. 
The liner came in from Manila via 
Honirkong, Shanghai. Kobe and Yo- 
kohama There were pa.s.s.enRers. 
mails and cargr for Vurtoria. The 
Jackson eonttaiMd to Swttlt-al 10 
o'clock. 

Boarding the s^lp here for the 
trip to Seattle were .Mr and Mrs. 
Wallace Courltnay. who wi>re niar- 
ried yesterday moiiiini; Thry wjH 
spend several days in Seattle ai'ld 
fly home tia Vancouver.. A wedding 
party comprising close friends of 
the bride and groom accompanied 
them to the boat and aaw the ahlp 
away. 

LANDED HERE 

AmoiiR the ship s pa.s«enRers land- 
ing at Victoria were Mr and Mrs. 
R. Maclarlane, the former brine an 
engmeer with the Whangpoo Con- 
.servancy Board. Shanghai, en route 
to England on furlough; Mrs. M. 
Macfarlane. whose husband la also 
with the Con."tervancy Board, who 
\\\\\ visit In Scotland. Jame.s R. Hop- 
tins, importer and exiwrter of St. 
loseph, MiMOUri, returning from a 
iirtnaM trio tn tha nrhint; H. 
Honeyman. en route to South Afrlea 
from Yokohama: Dr. J Croot.Tlong- 
konf? .siirijeon K"inK to E^ngland on 
holiday, and Mrs. J. W. Allan, boupd 
from ^haa^ial for Tarmoityt. Nova 
Sootiit 

Ttiniugh travelera for Seattle In- 

rliidod Mr. and Mrs. L. J Caine. 
Ml.v Tol.i Caine and Mi.s.s Selma 
fame, thr former being pre.sident 
of Caine Steel Company, Illinoia, re- 
ttuiUnt from an Orient tour: Mr 
and Mrs. Roy Jennings and child, 
the former belnir ronnerted with the 
United .States navy, (^oiiii; to Brem- 
erton; Yoshio Nomura. ofScial of the 
Japanese Department of Oommunl- 
cations, going to Geneva for con- 
ference;. A. J. Olds, the "pencil king." 
returning from an annual business 
trip in the Orient Mr and Mra 
O. C Roher. the former being an 
engineer with th« International 
Harvaater Oompany, Manila, on va- 
cation; Pio Decano and M\%s p tv- 
eano. the former beln? a Filipino 
labor roiitrai tor [iroreedinc ea.st. 
and Dr. R. L. Archer, missionary, 
bound for^New Yort Unm VSoag- 
konf . 

AL.SO ABOARD 

Also HoiiiK to point.v in ih>' I'l.ited 
Stat4>s w^re J. Diamond, frqm 
Manila; W. 8. Oorra. lace buyer of 
New York; Mr« Pannle Chong 
bound for Portland from Shan(?hal: 
Thai Myung Jiyun .Seoul who will 
attend .school in Chicago; O. L. 
Jones, retired architect, Yokohama. 
Koing to Bigland; Mlas R. J. Lund- 
Kxen. mimlenary on leave from 
Shniisi proreedmc to ChiraRO, MLv 
n M Mf-rrrr, mi^"!i<>nary from Slam. 
'>n thr wn\ to hnr home in Pennsyl- 
vania ; Miss 8. L. Mower, missionary 
from the Phlllpplnea on leave, bound 
for Florence, Mam.; Vernon Nash 
profeiwor of joumalLsm. rrturninn 
to Missouri Unlversitv from Pripinn 
and P. E V'^' ■ • 



who has been flyinir m rli na for 
several years, i^otng to bt-niUe 

Other travelers included Mr and 
itiia. B. O. O'Hara and obUd, the 
farmer having retired from flyint 
service In China, on their way to 
Los Angele.i>; Mrs C Pecson and 
Mrs. A. A. Pen .£ .s.. lal workers of 
MManlla. proceeding to Washington; 
Mra. Shee Wong and child, foingto 
New York; O. P Woo. Seattle mer- 
chant, returning from a business 
tour, and Raymond Ynh. Chine.sr 
Oovernment ofnclal. en route to 
waahlB«tOBfora-ihartviali>-^-^ — 



FLYER m 

mm 

Byron G. O'Hara Had Planes 
Crash on Three Occasions 
In Eighteen Months 



aa IIAWHATTAM <via .New YorK)— 
Mail* eloae 4 pm.. April IS 

afl nuciiEiw OP bedpord - M»tM 

c\usr 1 15 p m , April 18 

S8 BREMEN (via New York)— Mallit 
doae 4 p.m., April II. 

Mall Intended for tranamlaalon via New 
York muat be ae marked. , When urnt by 
air OVOr tTnltrd Btatr* line*, mail mar br 
poalod *hrr.. di.vi. laf^r rh^ dalrn 

ladlcatp ! 

WEST IMDIKS OE.NEaALLI 
lUUs «!•■• 1:15 p m . AprU ll 
JAMAICA 

Malta alssa 1:M am. April il aaa u 

Canadian iir Mail 
Service 



M.11I.S c\n\t a' Vutorii 3 2S p m dailT, 
rxcfpt Sunday* end holnlnv* Arrive Chi- 
cago 10 40 am next day. New York I 40 
p m next day. San PranclKcn 2 4S a m 
nrxi day I/>s Ang'-lo* S 34 a m next day 
lUllfax. N S . S 30 p m tliird day Ixmdon. 
Out . f SO p m nrx: dar. Montreal 7 4 . 
am. aecond day: Otuwa ktll p.m. aaooni 
day. Torontp 10:30 p:m. aott ear: WlBn 
pet 1 U P.m. nest ear. 



Tliere s plenty of exciieiiiciit fly- 
ing the air rouU^s of China, arcord- 
ing to the experience of ByroiwO. 
O'Hara, yoimf American pilot, who 
has been navigating planaa to vatl- 
ouR parts of that vast territory for 
China National Aviation Corpora- 
lion durinR the pa.s' eichti^en month.s 

and who rrturni- ' ' y» st«Tday 

aboard the Ameriuui Mail Line Ss 
Prealdent Jackaon. aaemapanled by 
his wife and ten months' old infant 

Mr. O'Hara told shij) reporters 
aboard the Jack.son that he was in 
three rrashes while flying on the 
other side of the Paciflc. two of 
them minor ones, but on the third 
oecaaloR. he Mid he waa mighty 
lucky to escape Photographs ahow- 

(h^ damaff^ plane 
oxhibitfd certainly attested to hli 
good forliuie in dodging injury. 
BAN OCT or OAS 

It happened when he was flvinc 
in the far interior down Burma way 
The plane was f1\inc alvne the 
clouds when it ran out of gas. and 
dropping throufh tliem, he had to 
set it down In the moat llhely-look- 
Ing place he could locate. 

The flyer told of making a ( h irtc! 
trip into Yunnan with Dr. Rock, the 
dSsmnrot the oU whfcAi la largely 
used in the e^klng of lepraiy now. 
Thp famous chemist, getttnc along 
in year.i. wanted to .see the rountry 
he was familiar with from the air 
The description which Pilot O Hara 
gave <ft the gorge at the headwaters 
of the Yangtae River, and through 
which he was the ftrat flylat man 
to pass, was something of a revela- 
tion He stated that the Crand 
Canycm of the Colorado was but a 
baby one alongside It From the 
top of the rift to the river at tlie 
bottom, the gash waa 1S,000 feet 
deep and terrtflrally awe-inspiring. 

Mr. OHara flr.^t flew out of 
Shanghai on the Pfipmc route 
which is partly owned by Pan- 
Amertca n and Ohtaa biteraata. the 
latter ownlnt the lartcat part of 
the stock. He then flew on an In- 
terior route out from ChekianR 

The China National Aviation Com- 
pany operates two Douglas D C. 3's. 
two DOuglaa Dolphlna, two Pords. 
seven Stinaon four^paaaenger planes 
and four Boeing amphibians 

The voiintr pilot stat.ed he was 
(hrouRh with the Orient He has 
had United States Army air service, 
and wUl look tor a berth flying 
commercially in the South. His 
ten months' old bahy waa bom in 
.ShanKh.il. and haaflown about quite 
a lot witii his parentC his total fly- 
inK lime being already thtrty>four 



WILL ABANDON 
SHIP SERVICE 

Line Be^veen Sydney and 
San FiinSiM 0blhg T)ut 
i Of Businest 



WiaXlNOTON. New Zea.arvd. 
AprU Ift ot.— The Union Sleani.slup 
Company of J*em Zealand an- 
nounced today thai tta aiail line 

benvpon Svdiiey, Au.str.ilia. Welling- 
ton and .San Priuici'*co would be 
di.M ontiiiued in IVrember. 

The coinpany said the heavj; lo&s 
on the service during the p.ist' year 
showed that private apMrpriae waa 
unable to compete wltn a high state 
.^ub.sidy, and that it was Imprac- 
ticable under exist ihr condition.^ to 
replace the liners now on the run 
with more modem and larger ships. 

It added the future of tha Oaaa- 
dlan-AustrallaA Line, linking Van- 
couver. Aukland. KZ.. and Sydney 
was MaaUaiiy threatened. 



NORTHERN PILOT 
REPORTED SAEE 



I>eamnn(l Murphy Rearhe«l Car- 
cram After Beinir Miasms In KoM 
River Area Some Days 



WHTTEHORSK, Y T . April 16 ». 
Pilot Desmond Murphy, ot the 
Northern ,\irwavs. todav landed his 
plane at CarLro.ss. twrnty-five miles 
pf here, after bein£ un- 
reported In the Roas lUver dMrtct. 
since laat Wednesday. 

Murphy stated he h.id been 
unable to leavp tlie crouiid at Roa.'* 
Ri\er owinc to contmiiou.s .snow and 
fog. When he left Carcross six daya 
ago, he said he intended to retom 
immediately after taking on a cargo 
of fora When he did not shew ap, 
alarm for his safety was felt. 




lEDICED SIIMEI 

ROUND TRIP FARES 
TO TIE ORIENT 



rOMOHAMA 

KOSe {and ratarm] 

HONOftONO 



9 SO SOS 



LtJKunoMS, aiodciw i 
penalty of Wah fa 




(•■aaM iUr aaUwar «r su.m.hla 
AfVBl. ar Oraal Narthetn Rait«>< 
AcMta: tIS Owvaraaifni ttrrn 



Honolulu Mails 



Maila cloaa II IS p m . April t. ». «. 
14. IS. It. »T, M, M: Mai^ t. ». S. 



NIAOARA -MaUs 



Aero a. 



the peace overturaa trom conserv- 
ative labor leadera who, like, the 
shipownera, have long been at' odds 
with the dominant faction iB Pacific 
Coast maritime unions. 



VANCOUVER SHIPPING 



VANCOUVm, April IS 9.— Seven 
^hips of the Australian Freight Line 
are due to load from Brltiah Co- 
lumbia poru for Sydney, MelboiuTie 
and Adelaide froai how until the 
end «f Jane. TYtef are the Sa. 
Leehmaddy. now in port hwe Sa. 
Janeta, Ss. King Arthur. Ks Nep- 
tunian. Ss. Hopetor Ss Loch- 
lomond and .Ss King Malcolm. 

8s Ixlon. of the Blue Punnel Line 
arrived ovenvlffht with passengers 
and general cargo from Sooth 
China, Manila ass JapaiL 



•111 arnva daUi at VKtoria (ro« ~a»atu« 

vTCTORiA-acATTiia - as !r««tMy eui 

itara Virtona dally tW a ial U i at • a* ■ 
81 troqiiolt arrl*ta IB natSM Oaat ttW 

SMHIa at I 15 a m. 

NANaiMO- VANOOCVUt Sa PTiacoi* 
Baina viu itavt Naaaiaao daUr aaeapt 

'■""•amvttt ai aaMnSa^aaiitta^^i 

Saturnar and Sandar at lit am and 
t li pm Sa Princaia Klain* rtvr 
Nana I mo Saturday aoly at I a ■ I So » n 

SBd t It • «<: arriTtna n aaaaHH aaiur 
ear onlr at 1 11 p.ai and Irll p.m. aa 
Prineeaa KUiaa vlD wava Waa«l»a ao 
a«nday anly at I «• p ■ afrlvRM at 
Nanalne «• aanear aalp at 1:IS pm aad 
IliU am 

vicTtiKis-wim ooAflri aa enncMa 
Maqoinna vili laava Virtana for Waai 
Opaal of vanreuTtr Itiand poru on th* 
nrat. alavanUt and iwnt* rirtt •( aacl. 
monta at II p m 

VANOOtTVlR-NOimUIUil BRmsa oo- 
L7MBIA-aa Pnneaaa Adalaiea vtll tmrt 
VaacMTM «f«ry Wadnaadar tor PT1a«a 
a«p«rt aair way pacta at i ■ ■ aa PUm* 
a apw t ar aa ennc* cvort* via •••** 
Vaaeavvtr *w aaawan and vat porta 
cvary Mandap at t p « aa Oareraa vlli 
iaa«« Vaacoarat aVafr Taaodar at • p ai 
for Piw u a Rupert and var 
Caiala mtU laara Vaacouv»t avvrp 
at • p.m. Im atavart aae va* 



88 

" ne EMPRKsa or OAMAXMk— Maiu 

MaT ]. 4 p m 



SECOND ATTEMPT 
WAS FRUSTRATED 



Vanronver Boy. Determined t« 
Beach Orient. Is 8cnt Back on 



VANCOUVER. April 15 a -Alex 
FerwasAon. twenty-.ve«r-oId Vancou- 
ver youth, is back iiiome again aft^ j 
a second unaueeearful attempt toi 
stow away aboavd Mpa heVBd for 
the Orient " j 

Fers?u-.v)n. accompanied by Oearge 
O Dumont stowed away on .Ss j 
Talthyblus of the Blue Funnel Line. ' 
which left hare in March for China j 
They were dl8i*overed before thev < 

rearhed their de.sfinatlon however I 
and returned to Vancouver, arrtvlne 
here overnight aboard Sa.^XalaD. >>: 
the same line. 

Several months ago Perguaaoi^ ' 
made a similar attempt, but was 
discovered and retunwd bcra. 



GORDON HEAD SCHEDULE 




Change Efftcfivc April 14 

¥ffEK DAYS 



LEAVE DEfOT 

•7 1? am. 4 20 pm 

7 50 * m. 5 20 p.m 

9 K) « m. ' 6:20 p.m 

112 15 p.m. **l:00 p.ai 

11:15 em. lllilS 
2;30 a m. 



irAVC GOtOON HEAD 

+7 25 tm 4 45 pm 

I 20 am 5 4S p m 

lOOO a m. 7;J0 p m. 

}12 45 p m. It JO p.Hl. 

11:45 ^.ai. — 
•1:41 a.Ri. 





•Vts Cadar HM laed to Hunttr i Corner ealy. 

tFroM Heeter*! Center ealy »e Vicleria ««• Cedsr HiN Crassresrf and 
Qesdrt Street. 

tExtpr Wednttdty. 

IWtdnatdsy oaly. ' — 

**Vis Qeadri StrMt ,aed Ce^sr MM Cia w waJ le Hwrter'i Ceraer «aV. 

SUNDAYS / 



LEAVE GOIDON NU* 
'15 pm — 



LEAVE OErOT 
10 00 a m 6 JO p m 

12:45 p m. •♦15 p.m. 

•letere Irif ae rsaawt. ' 

AI frips aet tf«ti«n<t*d eHiervise vis Ctdf Hill. Oetsroid. SktibovrM. 
laky, Gerdea Head ead retare vis FelHiam. SlisHserae, Craisread aad 

MM. ' 



Flower Show at Hatley Park 



SATURDAY, APRIL 18 
Special Cojchej Lcjve Depot at 1 45 PM 
Returning, Laava Hatley Park at 4 30 P M. 

RETURN FARE ......k.M**** 

CNILORIN: HAtf PAIi 



50c 



CHANGE 
OF 

SCHEDULE 



gpnCTIVE AfRIL 20 
AffLY AT DCrOT KM 
PVU IMKMMATlOM 



PORT ALBERNI 
GREAT CENTRAL 
ROUTES 




nVPf^T PP'^i"~:»4TON STREET AT BROAD 



C 1171 



-1 



/ 



THE DAIt^rrotONIST. VICT 




P>.C.. ^THURSDAV. Ai'KlK K>. mr, 



The 



GREAT COMEOY ON 
mmU BILL 



If Vou ( ould ')nlv 
lirrbrrt MmntbaU 
ArtI 



( ook " M»n 
and J can 



ir You Could Oiiiy Cook" has 
b*rn a wajglih Ammcan phixsp 
Now 11 pravldM the title and the 
thraie of a dellfhtful comedy pro- 
duced by ColumbUi which opeiu to- 
day at the Playhoiu* TtlMtrt wtth 
Herbert Marshall and JMUt MXthVX 
tn the starrliig roles. 
' They make a rrand team, Herbert 
and Jean . H * tt ieen as a troubled, 
millionaire, unhappy becatiie he U 
betrothe<1 lo a society girl he doc-sn t 



AMUSEMENTS 

On the tiUsc 
Koyal— the Bandit Princen." 
Ob the Berets 

Capitol — Olnger Bogtra In 

Follow the Fleet. " 
rolmniia— "Men of thelfeur^.'" 

-•ininK RUlnrd Cromwell. 
Dcmiiiion — Pal O Bn^n m 
"CeUlnc Zero." 

Playhouse — 'If Yru Could 
Only Cook," aUrniig Hcr- 
btH ManhaU. 




TODAY 

' n:?0 ».m.— A progranune ol con- 
temnorary works by members ol 
th" L-ague of Coouwetci will be 

oil. red duiing the "Mvoic OuUd" 
prCKraininc o^v: N B.C.-Wll« Btt- 
»ork by a trip. KJR. 
1:30 p.m.— Bdmond Rostand's fa 



wh.k Tkarti US*. Mto 



Ktnnfdir 
14) p.m -TiW OhafMtMC*. 



niou.s 



drama. "The Romtacen.' 



will be presented tn a special radio 

j ariaputlon dui in? anoUipr broad- 
' cast of the N.B.C.-' Radio Ouild 
; on this bjue network feature. KJSl. 
' 5 p m.— The first radio appearancr 
of Reginald Birch, illustrator and 
iTr..V). of the original ooncepllon 
himself blend asplraUoii.s and Weal- of Burnett s "LiiUe Lord Kauntle- 
lam with the. love themes. | roy - and the first radio review of | 

Also on the same bill U "La Dame i • Sparkcnbroke, * a novel by Charles 

Morean, will be hlfhllfhU of the 
All- h'.v, ' programme which stars 



Aux Camellas," a French film star- 

.^w - , iln« Vvoane Pniuemps, lovely sUr Ali h .v, ' programme wiucn stars , y«n. orti.>. 

love and because ihe board of di- oi aUge and screen. The entire film Al«>xander Cray, baritone: Charleiy cV«"»o*( 

Ki. .■,t,.r.-,rhll« eoncem 1^ y^,^^ to be one of Haiiv ju 1\<\k\\c. . di'.or and wriirr, | 




TOMORROW 

SUflEING FOR 3 DAYS 

IT'S GOT EVERYTHING?' 
•FUN! MUSIC! SONG! 

Stan Olu't ■» 

UUREimiUff 

Bohemiaii 



MM 

wHfe 

BOW AUEXANDCK 
rATSKIA BU4S 
hYlM TMiMOl 






rectors of his auionicblle concern 
is being very difficult. She is a.j^ „„„ 
young lady wheal he flndialtllnc fln|i > ran ee . 
a parlc bench anxiously reading want 

ads. with all her worldly goods 
packed In a shabby valise. 

Taking him for a down-on-hls- 
luck white eoUar wotlter, the girl 

sugge.'il^ that ihey take a Job to- 
gether a.'^ a biillcr and a maid. The 
millionaire .soberly agrees. 

Difficulties are bound to spring 
from such a mad situation. Espec i- 
ally when the oMUlobaire, already 
promised to another, U earelcea 
enouRh to fall in love with the girl 
who Iciiovis how to to->k. But, with 
the help n( tlK i.T(kri'~r; playrd to 

a finish by Leo Canjlo. everything 
turns ov)t all right b y the M n ir s 

over. 



««ar< 

titi*. 

< •• p.» — TotWn on Ri'orti 

4'M p.n — Coowl-- C «, r:,« 

4 «5 pm -Mu'lf 1« Mv Hobby ^ 

5 OO p m Tunc > of Ihr TimfJ. tenor, 
( 00 p m ' Crofscut.v iiom Um o' Iki* Day 

• 30 p m . -Amcri«a'« T.«»a MMtiix 

upekkvrs 

8 39 pirn -Your Oo', finmtnt at .Your 
Strv.tf 'KOO 

6 «S rn A.r .\d\riiiur«» of Jiminv Allrn 

KOO 

7 0« p in ClifMer Roirrll •KOO). 
7 IS pni Gold Ru-h ll.<<v tKOC 
1 10 p 111 Muiu- Maitr 
1 00 p m — Ru5.» Mor««n .■. Orclif»lr». 
. on p m Bpoit, Hf»dlmcrs 'KCMJ'. 
« 15 P m — rraiik Wuinnibf. »k««fh 

I M p m.— UeredlUi WilUon * Orcbfilra 

• •a P m -twenty Ymii Atur. 4r*m» 

> 30 P ni rddir ri:.pi'r.ik. Jr. did or 
chrttri 

10 on p III - Oritf Willimn*" Ordifitr* 
I'l 11 i' -n ■ Del Courtll»»'» Otchttlra. 

II po p in - l*rom th« Attif. ChariM Hub 
8' d' dooiwin. "MutUt 
*i " 

.BON lica-MLTWOU 




the outstanding films to come from 

OFFER OPERETTA 
ON ROYAL STAGE 



•The Bandit PriBecas" te Be rn- 
tented Tonight and Agabi Frt- 
day aad Satarday 



' W. A. Tremayn c. well-k no;»n Ca- 
ividiaii dianiali.vt. na.s wovrn a 
, {•harming and intrtsiilnc .s'ory into 
I the romlc opera, "TliP Bandit Prin- 
U^;* r6nipo«pd by Basil Hocstall. 



and Marti Warnow concert orches- 
tra. KOlt. KVI, KSL. 

C 10 pm -More f^f^^^^^^.. ,xi li^Zi,,,r Crork... m.P.. 

tuirs will bp related by Ed wynn._, , ^ ^ K,rii 



XVI-KntQrKOIN -Kai^-Kbi; 

(:M a m— Jtut Ha l u ' BiM. a kwufc. 
• :M • m.- ValM el Wfriaaec. human 

^.prebtom 



SAUCE 

THi aoMo Toub4 mAi tf*»mmilHOt 



Scene in Empire Drama 



TonAv 
raiDAT 



rlaynouse 



PKll I > 



s o* 



its 



Ni 



GAVE UP MILLIONS FOR HERI ^ 
SHE GAVE UP A PARK BENCH FOR HIM! 



Grand and qleriowt 
qaiaty in thit 
new louqh ond love 
comedy ! L 



immm 

HAD L£i\N YEAR 

Automobile and Fire Losses 
Both Greater in 1935 
Than in 1934 





^ ■(iu..ivM- thp Travplp: • during 
thts Columbia programme. Jolm S. 
Young Win broadcast ^as Wymi'* 
foil, while Lennie HaylOn's , Or- 
chestra and ft njk^ed vocal ensemble 
will also bo heaOd. KOL, KVl.- - 
7 p.m.— When the curtain goes 
up on the Music Hall " programme 
over the N.B.C.-red network. Bing 
Croaby will present as his guests, 
Z.tSu Pilt.*;. famed s<rrrn comedi- 
rnne; Efn'ni Zinibali";;, world re- j 
nowned vio:ini.'«t, and .Maxmr I.r^M.v 
popular night club smger. Aa usual. 
Bob Bums 9X4 hU baiooka. together 
with Jimmy Pprsey's Orchestra and 
the Paul Taylor Cholrlntera, wlU be 
hrud KOMO. 

S.pm - New York Ciaiid Hold- 
ups." a dramatized crime atory. will 
be broadcast on the "CaUlng AU 
Cars" programme, KIIX- 

i \*t p m —Overture to "Flying 
Duirhmaii." bv WaRner; "Woodland 
.Skptrhe5 ■• bv MncDowell; first and 
[ .-econd movements from "New 
Woild Symphony," bv Dvorak, and 
ovorture to "Die riedermaus," by 
straii.'.s, win be offered by the San 
Francisco Symphony Orchestra 
under the dirorMon of Pierre 
Monfeaux on thi,' bnur-lWlg N.B.C. 
programme. KOMO. _ _ 

9 p ni.— The Colonist news. crCT. 



_ „ rlin, dii 

natU 

• '45 t m ^Plve atir Jones, dramatic 

10 00 * m - T(-.f Thrr* Kry* 
to 4V » m - AiBi'TT" nf Mrdu ;p» 

11 00 ■ tn Brivtcni tlir Bookeiidl, Trd 
Utionr 

H IS k in - lUpfv Hollo* 
1 1 so i III '-^Tu lif TmrnunrM 
I \1 00 noon - The Olt»i idfr< >KnL>, 
» : 30 p m— Pb » air l UawmbtrT 
1 00 p m aalvauen Ami' 1(111 Und 
.<KVI» 

I IS p.m — Hawellii and Wrlffht 
1 4S p m —OfMtlniH from Old Kttiiuck/' 
<ROXJ. 

? 00 I. HI i^wid Oattneil. hooit" 

li pm - Wil(1ernr«s Hoiid. •rrinl 
I JO P ni -The rhtr»«o«M- 

3 45 p m - The Golfibrro. Orrtrudip B»rt 
di ima 

S 00 p m F'lmiiitu" KmirjM 
J 3S p m B»iinv KfM » Oir\\r\<\t iKOI.' 
4ft<»pin -The riir»» Bin»ii B»«r« 

4 U p ni Klnna MonrAk Eii^rmbl* 
4 10 p m -JCrn 8tiiart'« Sunihinc Hour 
4 4S p m R*n(rrv nf th» Moantfd .(KVI ' 
A 00 p n< Air ,<!iin« Alraan4*r Qrvi> 

Clinrlps Hnntnii TnirBt, likrk WSf- 
iioii'i Orchfiir* 
t SO p m.— To b» annnunrdl 

• 00 p m.— at Biindnwn 'KVP 
TTio p m - TM Wviin. comedian. Lennlr 

H»ytfm % On iientr*. 
' no p 111 Horace Urlilt'i Brlcaditri 
7 JO p iri 'Maiah sf TU 



gen has the-atomic ig^oClMMl. 
while water is 16.0000. 

jL'HEMICAL OPERATION 

How tUt ilralOkspht'M' thiiir.al 
factory "seems to oixrai.- was « \- 
iitalned at the Chemi. .t: .so u-t\ 3 
-hrtiv>' wKter symposium. When the 
heavy particles of oxygen teave th« 
walr.r vai)*>r m tlio .stratosphere lh» 
water is not turned partly Into hy- 
(ii .>«rn gas, aa U'wouM be in oth f 
reKlon*. 

The reaaon la that dhemlcal 

■ rquiiiiM uim" exists between • th* 
an and the vapor In the Intense 
lyjld and iriliaed pressurrs milCs 
aloft. For each heavy. o\\Ren par- 
ticle that leaves the watri dropin, 
% light onr tiitc£s» havHig left lis 
previous residence, a. molecuJ 
air. Tiie proccas la called ">^- 
change." ""^ 

The anrieiil cu&tom of WMaaiUng 
or toasting orchards by aprlnkltitg 

elder upon tlir laiRpst tree Is still 
4-ilv<rrved in .«.rinie parts of Englnnd 
and Germany. Tlie (oirmoin wh-s 
believed to cause the ti-eea to flour- 
ish and bear fi;uit. -7 — 



draawUavd 



r 




MARSHALL 
JEAN ARTHUR 

YOU COULD 
ONLY COOK 

LEO CARRILLQ 




RepurtiiiK nil premiums earned 
of $1,414,773. and net lossea Incurred 
of $1,048,707, automobile Insurance 
conilpanlea In business in British 
Columbia experienced a diflletili 
year in ISI.'i. with las.scs of $200,000 
more than in the year previous, ac- 
cording to preliminary, prorinolal 
neports yesterday. 

The annual report of H. G. Gar* 
rett, British Columbia superin- 
tendent of Insurance for automo- 
biles and flrr iiK.urancr. di.sclo.scd 
$894. .)76 of the in"iirrcd U>.s.r.=i on 
automobile in.surancrs paid and the 
balance under adjustment. Actual 
fire loKses paid were 'moit by $400.- 
000 than in 1934 

In fire lasuranre. the pirminms 
written uero $4 004,061. and las.srs 
l>aid, $1,702,670: with prcmlum.s 
eanied, $3,840.53.5, and losses In- 
curred. $1,440,S39. subject J« cor- 
rection In a final report. The pre- 
miums were down .'illR'itlv in com- 
parison with the year provlou.*; 

FARCE-COMEDY TO BE 
STAGED HERE SHORTLY 



A Scene From "A Dog of Flandets," the Feature Attraction Showing 
at the Empire Theatre, Saturday. With the Pnoah Film, "La Dame 
• AQx Camelias.** 



Columbia Of fers ' ■ ^ " 



Stirring Piclu re 



There's plenty of dare»dcviluy in 
••.Men of the Hour." the feature at- 
traction op«;iiing today at the Co- , 

lumblf Theatre. Fires, ship dlaas-|to a farm, so she may come in con 
Irr,. airpl.uii' crashes. pDlloc raids, 
gRns.st«r kiUiiiRa — such are the 



performance in the koyal Victoria 

IlK-atir iMiiii:lit Thi- opera, wlilch 
Ls being prixluced by llie V.rlona 
Civic Opera, will be repealed on 
Friday and Saturday rvrnines 

In the oi>crptta. wliuh is laid In 
a decidedly .'-'par.i.sh at luavphcrc. 
Prince.s.s Inez is .sent by her father 




BELA LUGOSI 

WARE LESTER MATTHEWS 




MPIRE 

SATURDAY, APRIL 18 



1 ■ 



ONE DAY ONLY 

FRBNUM FILir 

'la Dame Aux 
Caneliis" 

The Lady of the CameHl> 

Made imtnortat by the late" 
Ssrih Bernhardt t»hh 

^\uiiii(* IViiilfin|»(» 

France's brilliant •tsr of 
etat* aiid screen and 

Pierre Fresnay 



IPMiAL rnii.nacN'a ttaTim MaJl. 
Hie world's best 
Itfved slonr o( • |^ 
boy I'aad ^ 
his dog. 




FRANKIE 
THOMAS 



, The . farce • comedy, "Tonr of 
Money," which will be produced at 

the Btnpire Theatre on April 21 
and 22 m aid of the Rota . Club 
miia fund. Is particularly well writ- 
ten and cooatnictcd, as it gives 
every member of the cast a real 
comedy role. The lead. Audrey Al- 
linu'dii. whicli IS plavcd by H. J. S. 
Reyonld.s w one of the mo.st diffi- 
cult and quite one of the funniest 
comedy parir'eyer written. Aubrey 
i.s in trouble from the start to the 

final ciirtnln 

ITio pari of Loui.sc. Aubre> .s wife, 
will be played by Mrs. Betty Heih- 
erlngton. In the part of Auntie 
Ben, a rather deaf and crochety 
spinster, Mrs. A. E. Harris wUl be 
sefti. As Jean, a >-oung lady who 
mistakes three different men for 
her hu.sband, MiM Peggy Josephs 
gives a moat amyeing and convi.icing 
porirayal. .■' 

Spniles. the butler, and fllmpnon. 
jthe maid, played bv H J I^nvi.s 
[and Mrs A I-ong, are real part,', 
and on iheni a lot of tho comedv 

action de pends. M r. 

the lawyer wM eamea to tell Aub- 
rev and Louise about the "Tons of 
Money " i» Mmira' portrayed by 
A Long 

In Act III two new characters arc , 



acenea filmed by Hie <laiiuk- ncw.s- 
reel cameramen, rcprc.-'onied in tlic 
picture . by Richard Cromwell and 
Wallace Pord. Make them ga s p a nd 
.shiver" must have been Lambert 
Hillyer.s Ruidlnk' thought, while he 
wa(k dircrini? Columbia .s Men of 
the Hour." Never onre doe.s ihls 
action-filled drama permit its .spec- 
tators to relax. 

From the opening scene, In which 
Cromwell and Ford rialc their Uvea 
to get, the br: I .shot.-, of a bumimc 
building, until the brca;h-taklnK 
climax, whert Cromwell is inr 
through city streeu by a death-car 
filled with bandiu, the film maln- 
Uina a MfMnlng-fast pace. 



One of th) greatest 
romlaneea of the air, 
"Celling Zero," a Goes- j 

production, will he l'""- 
First National niciurrs 1 



DOMINION 
THKATBB. 

mopolltan 
aented by 

at the Dominion Theatre t Klay. 
with Jamea Cagncy and Pat O Brlen 
In the atellar roles. Based on the 
Broadway .stage hit by Lleut.-Com- 
mander Fiank Wcad, the pUy la 
ctmmmed »ith thrtlla, laughter ahd 
kove. It concerns the daredevil ex- 
plotu or thiree war buddies who have 
Joined the commercial flying forcea, 
to carry mall and passengers In 
the face of death. 



tact with her humble subjects. At 
the same time, she studle.i imder the 

luiorslup nf a professor, whoo fi- 
nancial .status i.s somewhat iQUbt- 
ful. 

Hie prlnce.«,<;' fnthf-r dies and 
leavc.s her the ward of Ins brother, 
a s''iemliik: |)oliii( ian, h1i<> proceeds 
to divert the revenues of the realm 
to hla own pockets. " 

DIV OVFRS INTRIGI K 
Willi the kinRdom heavily mort- 
gaged, and the prince.s.s oblivious to 
what her uncle' has been doing, a 
young lieutenant enters the scene of 
!lip prlnro.ss' donicstir iiiipli' it v A 
romance en.siic.s. In the mianlirne. 
the prince.s.s become su.spK loas of 
mlsgovemment, and ultimately re- 
alises her. uncle iias been defraud- 
ing her, and ix plahnitig to flee the 
country with her wealth. % 
Tlie princes.', organizes a hau l <:'. 
brigands. They waylay the fleeing 
unde and take hla trcaaurt. He 



CAPITOL 
tnATBB 



return.s to the palaM to tact bank- 

nipt. y. Thn prlnceaa removes him 
from hi. fiiiaiH tiiln, l)\it ban- 
lalics htm from the kUigdom, and 
the youiiff army officer ends the 
opera iHth the fulfilment of (he ro- 
mance. 



In the parlance of the 

men who write motion 
picture ad copy. "Fol- 
low the Fleet." the new A.^tairr- 
Rogers picture now at the Capitol 
Theatre, is a terrific musical bomb- 
shell, with a complete score by Irv- 
m? Berlin The music master 
riot-Mi ; ronie to the .vreen him.self, 
Chesterman, I but hu genius flood.s 11 from front 
" to back to provide rliyihm for the 
mlracukMS feet at. Astaire and Rog- 
ers and mfectloua lyrlea for their 

voices. The nimble A.stalre and his 
mhe tillan- haired pariiver. have 



itttredueed. Hmry. the butlers 
btotMr. who la dligulwl M George 

Maltland, and Maltland himself, 
who tum.s up unexpectedly from 
Mexico to I laim the money Theae 
Important roles are well filled by 
A. P. Dawe and C. A. Olbbard. Leo 
Maraten. as a eomle gardthcr. who 
Is always doing,, the wrong thing, 
rounds out an exceptionally com- 
petent and well-balanced cast. 



scored three record -sma-siiing hiUs 
within the short period of a yiar. 



"DOG OF FLAIDERS" AT 
EMPIRt ON SATURDAY 



DEER TAKES REFUQE 

IN CITY KITCHEN 



LTTtaruas' 



DULUnt, Mtan . Aprtt If (4^.— 
The latch string's always out at 
Frank Murphv heme — eWh to 
wild anlnial". 

Murphy heard noi.ies in the 
kitchen of his home, located In a 
weU-aetUed UitdeiHIsI district of 
100.000 population. tntrettigaUaf. he 
found a two->Tar-old kwk iMr, 
trembling with fright. 

It had takm ttfnic from a pack ' favors 
oC dofs ipaa«ion 



Four great loves In the hff of a 
boy are poignantly -oW ;n " A Dog 
of nanders." Prankle Thonaas" new- 
est picture coming to the Bnplrc 
The.^tre. Safirday. 

The love theme U strongly written 
ln:o thi* story. The reciprocal af- 
fecUon of a boy and a dog i* a bril- 
liant highlight. Hie boy's tore for 
hU grandfather provldet many pa- 
thetic snd laugh moments. The 
fondneis of Nello and Maria, the 
girl of the story, feel for each other 
resembles that of older people, al- 
though they are really too young to 
be (onaidercd taem. Tliire to 'us- 
pen^e due to Ibf atttntMoa of 
another boy, whom Mafia's father 
NeHo> love of art and hu 



Rehearsal 
Enthuses 
D irec tors 

Tlie VictoHa Civic Op< ra-held its 
final dress rehearsal last night of 
Basil Horsfal ls comic opya. "The 
Bandit Prtncw a." aiid uf fl c iala uTtfte 
opera, and members of the cast and 
chorus, were thrilled with thf per- 
formance. 

"It U the best stage spectacle we 
have put oh since we organised, and 
for t unefulne.ss an^ charming ballet 
work there ha.s been no equal in our 
productions," Dimcsn MacBride 
member of the board of directors 
stated 

"The entire production has been a 
revelation to as. and the company 
will enter Into this presentation 
with a irreat deal more enthusiasm 
than "they have In any other prodtie- 
tlon this season. " he said. 



to 



a great artist 




crcT. VIctarla. %.C. ken) 

7 SO • m.- -Rl»e and Shine,, 
s M ■ m.- Timely Topiti 
R 3ft n 111 MiiMo»l Chriiiiomfler. 
9 Oft H .-1 trt •. flo Pl«rrs. • 
1 I'l « m -Motiiiiii Mood». 
B 30 ■.m.— Hulh AUan » Finsnelal nssh«i 

9 40 ■ m.— 0«ld«n Mtlediei ' 
in nn n m —Road to Mspaineu. 
in : n m - Health KetUrsraaiiv 

10 .10 II m - Art Parey. 
n ')0 » 111 Mu»ir IM nunrr Tim* 

11 JO ■ in l'nforiolt»n Melodle* 
13 00 noon Todnv .>i T^mpo 
1: IS p m - World Book M»n 

12 20 p 111 'Vorld rt<i»he» 
W 4S i< ni Mlrtds* MiMlrale. 

I 00 pm.- Dully Monitor 
.'• M p m.— Birthday Pcrty. 

• IS pm.— Mtwie tiorert* Caraer. 

II JO P m -D«nrln« Tlma. 
S 4^ p ni -fioiK VnrlOtle*. 
7 00 p m - Sundown. 

7 IS p m BrltMi-brael CXtvnaMi Mov»- 

mrnt' 

7 30 p m Orgriii 8rr'n«de. 
« 00 p m - Vor,il Sflerlions 

• n p ni - rrofi Rtudm PxMttmtnr 
R in p 111 - Youth Arlioii nram. . 
n iS V ni n^t^t^^T ^ oii» 
5 no p III roloi>l.>.t Hullo Hi-port^r 

( R( V. Vtntaavrr. B.C. <l.ia« br>t) 
s no 11 in Do Von Rfm^mber* 
. m p ni f^'f C nc N»f«ork 

KNJr. Moll>«««d 'I OM kr<«> 
(I 4 . p m — J.iinnile Allrn * AdvoiUuff^ 
7'SOpm— aimer Oorn tn Holtyweod 
7:!l p.m.— Patha of tlemory 

7 10 p.m.— M^wlywed-;. ikrtrli 

I m p pi — Kln« CowbOT 

II 00 p m - r«lliiu All C«r«. dt»m« 

8 .10 p m - Trfi- r>r K-iovltdS* 
II 4S p in - Poll! T«l T,ilk 

• 00p.m-Nr«< Flaslir; 
t IS p m - r>rury I.in». Ii'nor 
9.10 p m Thr fiodei' rmnilv 

10 so p ni fiito of Ihr n'd n«««T 

11 00 pm -Larry lie^'n OrchM'r* 

11 30 pm— P»te Pontrelli'ii Orehesirt 

12 00 m n — KM* Tran»-P»elfle Hew* 

f B C. NRTWOaa 
S so p rr Nrwr 'B C Network V 
'< 30 p ni - Chsmber Minle. Montreal iBC 

« 00 p m nr» It ri'iii^ Hr.ur nrrliUlri. 
<ololMv (1itT'.,r llonrd Pock' 

• 10 p m Woodn.nd Duo. WinnlpeK 
a 4s p.m - rhaMni Bhidown. Caltary 
7 00 p m Orran n^riinl. Chan Courbiin 

'MH.S V'i-1. ■ 

T 10 1. ni If ' . ' 1" • 1'. Mr» nrnrtf 

niirlt M P for Yukon. frt)m Toronto 
7 l i ■• r .inadUfi Praaa Now* >nd 

\yfi»lh»r . 

• IM p m TitAr StVllat " ' 
I 00 r> m Arrnmi the Bordtr- (C B B . New 

York ' 

« 30 p n< niM' Pacific M««aliaht. or- 
rUfyi'A 't I CI lor. F*r*y Mar»ey. Vtn- 

roii\fr 'WrM^rn Metwofk) 

• 00 p -n pi,% 11,01 ' f»» fc e 1 •, Wlanlptt 

I SO p m ri.<- ."^p.TH wx-k, Ronrr Vln" 
I^thhri'lt'- Mountain N«(««rfe) 

• :«S nm -I. ill'- nrchektr*. RSSlaS iWrt- 
lern N'tmorV < 

inoopm— NrwK Ri>port*r 'BC Network^ 
iO li n m —The Th#«trf Oiiild. diraetor. 
Tr*maln Oarsunt. Vancouver <B C, 
Network > 

N.BC. -KPO RCn NBTWOBK 
KRO-KOW-KPIrXrO-KOMO , 

• '0 » m of P uro* 
1000 « m -M<rti !• M.B,|» tod plaT 
in I'' II m -M.> ■ ' ' taln»'« Orchmn 
in 10 ■ m I.', r-' f -i"on. t^nor 
It 00 » m 'irli ffi school Broadeatt 
13 00 noon For»)»r Yognr. ikttch 
1* pm - M» P^rk'n* dromKtlf 
13 30 pm Vir and n»A*. hOtt««hold 

fom^rtv 

l3 4Spm— The O'N'iU. dranv* 
MM p m -Ti»itT an4 B«k. draaalla 
I 1^ pm — To kc announetd, 
I 30 p m — nifl Alone »k»fh 
1 4^ pm -Martn» riid Hal 
3 OA p m - Tht Vavahond*. male oaartctK 
rts p^m— Connie Oate». cMtralt*. 
J 10 p m - Twin City Wi Mn e ai e 

3 4Spm — Tht Top Hattart. danca or- 
ehtitra 

J P m - Woman « Mff nf'n* of tht Air 

4 00 p rr Arr', roni»d» 
4 30 p m - Pavtoralt. orchaatra director, 

Jaaeph Utun 
4 41 o m — r,«ntenderr netorlal. Ha ah 

^ no r- -n Varl*-v U; ir Rudv VaBS* an4 
II. « Conp»ri i--.!' Y»nK»»« 

4 00 I. m Hiio* r.' I. • n n y Bo*^ 
Prank M'-Im-. t wimrrod Cocil. Ma- 
. laaaea 'n' .laniiurr WaaMtaM*. Om 
' Haenchepy 0'rh*«tra: CS B rSd Tbi- 
hf,<- Wa1f*r TaU^r ' -—. ^ 

: tin b.-.r Cf*«*T. .MaaiT OaNW'i 

Orch'itra 

I Of pm — Amaa Andr ^ 

I IJ p IT -^'ttt fran'Fro iySiphoiiy Of- 
ch»ilr» dlrrfto* P »rf» MontOvR 

I n n m - Hollywood T«'- i' Parada. dl- 
r»ftor. a»n \'':4n«1»r 

» 4^ p IT - *rr«(1i» R«'«taiir»nt Orafco*«fa 
t 41 p m - Vln^tT r>-«*» in Timo, 
<KPOi 

ia OO'p m ..^«»ewi rti«h»». P«m Harrn 

10 n p m - Tori roatTi'r'i nr ynfr% 

10 30 p m —Jimmy Orl»r'» '>• >•■'•> 

II 00 pm r-tfnrt* Ol4»n'« 'ir- ' ■ ir« 
n !• p IT B»«uy Art* Trio in»-nim»«til 

«i B r ac.o Bi4r« NKTWOW 

KOn K1F> KKX aaCA-KOA 
t 04 • m - H"'i»>-<iooneri Otaee aad 

Bddto AiaoH, 
■ Mam — Wend^ WatT tout* 
« 10 « m - f B Nayy Ward 
» 00 • r - Wlmpann Bo'i of ar r jf»f,»ad 

n»- Afth i- M> ' Pirkar P»n- 

n»llr •k»tr' 
» tVj m - Ti »,, »'. I • r'>aaM« 
• 4« a m —Ted Whiu. MMT 
l« 4} a m —Dot and WW. ybMNt Bll- 
bourn* •lO'Ma. 

11 00 • m Wnrda aad MhW. 
•arralor 

17 ao na— Waatura ftrai MM 

1 aa « m —Woman a Badlo Bevtev 

1 M p m -N B r Radio Otild 

2 4» p m -Coftareia H«<el Ore 
t U 9 m. ' ' ~ 



' 4^ pm, - Ooosr Creek Parien, aarlal. 
ROD p m,— Myrt and Mart*, dramatic 
» 1» p m —The Other Woman'* Diary 
( 30 p m. Caravan. Wallri o Krrf.- 

Deanc JanU and Olm Oray a -Cam { 

liOma Orthoaira 
a Oft p m - Mobil MaiNTlne. variety 
» 4S p m. — Oaile NvUon'o Orrhaatra 'K8L' 
10 no p m — Jimmy BIttlrk'a Orchaatra 

10 10 p m - Kirrlini Younr'a Orcheiitra. 

11 00 p ni - Jimmy Dor.Hfv » Orrhculra, 
Itlipm Jimmy Bitlick'i Orrheatra. 
ir.M.p m.— BMiU-Baffa'a Orchaatra. 

p at.— Tad Oa«aiM-s Orehaitra. 



SHORT WAVE 



aa 



LONUOM 

4;U p.m — The Vario I no t>Mi 

TiM Ruanlan Prdlm ''•.■<[). 

.tl T| .mer . 0»C .il i n ■» 

or CWA. 4* .s m . t i"'s 

aciU.iN 



MS pin 

Djc; 



I'.- 



i.d thrir Uio 



Aboil 

,4t II ■ inn . 

( ARAt Aa 

S:4» P m Dane* Miiai^. YVtRO, Sl.l m , 

ft I mac. 

e;M rm.— Tht Thtatro •( tht Air 
t ■ Mte. 



rvtac. »i T m 



AU OXYOEN IS 
NOT THE liAME 

American Chemical Society 
, Learns of Natural Factory 
In the Stratosphere 



KAN.SAS CITY. At>ril 1.'. V - 
First clues to a vast, natui>al chem- 
ical factory In the stratosphere, 
rontalning a different kind of 0X» ' 
VKen, and even prvvsibilitles of use 
ii.s a flyiiiK s.iiillariuiii fi)r .skiiip ali- 
ments were reported to the Ameri- 
can Chemical Society he if today. 

Up where the tatnperatures are 
50 degrees below Btro. OenUgrade— 
58 below ( aero, rarenlvif -it 'ap- 
pears from .studle«. rf tiorte<i by I)r 
Malcolm l>)le. of NorthAi stmi Uiii- 
venlty, that the oaygen carried aloft 
in the ovaporatloii of soa water, 
leaves the iiTiv droplet.s and Uans- 
fer.s them to the air, while at the 
same lime oxvRen in the air t.ike<» 
the place vacated by the sea »aler 
oxyrfen. 

The oxygen of water and that of 
the air are not tht aahie. a fact 

Dr. Dole aiiiiouiMBd a few months 
ago, whl'li iia* since been con- 
flrmefl liy -.'mt sdMitisLs 

The dUIerenoe in the two ox> 
gens U In wotftit. Itoih water and 
air conUIn oxygen atoms weighing 
respectively sixteen and eighteen 
atomle iinlt."^ But for jiome reaaon 
the lighter air contains more of 
the heavy mftm tbm ioes the 
water. 

The ri0i 4ittunm la that air oay 




pAYAL Tonight at 8:15 

mm %0 m friuay and hatlrday 



FRIDAY 
T M f 



Victoria Civic Opera 



WW P^eaeat Ike WaHd'i • KfSMlaM al - 



"THE BANDIT PRINCESS" 

A Cmk 0f9f$ M Tkrta AcH 
■Wriftaa ^ W A Trtmtyot Maiic CompoM^ latil Hertfall 
litjiiiiil C*«t af frmciaat*. FaM Qktut. ttiUt $m4 A9$m*mU4 Orckettra 



Midi: 



St 05. Oreat Circle, SI OS, Islc e ay, Mk sai SSc; 
•dim aad La««, $1 60. / 

•OX OTFICf M<OV OffN 



^ ROTARY CLUB OP VICTORIA 



^<TONS OF MONEY'' 

Faraa tn Three Acta . 

Pndacti hf VtCTOUA UTTtE THBAttt 
TVBtDAY Mid WKDNBtOAY, APRIL ft iM 22 

EMPIRE THEATRE 

I Tlt#» 



Utr- 



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TH^ DAILY. COLONIST. VICTOWA; B.Ch THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1936 



SPARKLING OFFENSIVE BRINGS DOMINOES THROUGH 



McLarnin Back 
jln New York for 
Canzoneri Fight 



George Attempting to Pin O'Mahony 



qrmvr Vt>ll« r>*ri«;lit in ihr Ka^i lor Bout Vi ilh 
IJ^IitHri^lit <:iiam|ii(>ii al Ma<li^on Scpiare 

Ganirn on Ma\ 8 l*o|> Tonlrr I inures 

Jimmy >^ ill lake the Drt- i>ioii 



Toby Ctnioncrl. 



Br IODIC BRBITZ 
AiMcUWtf PreM SpsrU Writer ' 
NEW YORK. April 15 OP).— Jimmy 

M L<iin:n, kxikiiiK Vfi y Tit, ^CUIM U> 
I'.un Kxlay and ctKcifd his foUow- 
e)5 with the fUt sluU'inpiit tlipy d 
|»clter not lell him short against 
"Tlw t«nner-V»n- 
eouver king of 
the welters, out 
Uip rini? since 
lif dropix'd his 
title lit Clia.i^i) 
Hainry Ross at 
Polo Grounds 
\u.,^, May, weighs 
just 147 pounds, 
onlv till re more 
than he intends 
to scale In his 
len-rounder with 
t h e lightweight 
king in Mflduson 
aquare Garden 
May 8. "The 

XI M.LAaNiN , olf hMH t 

mi.jmt^UL," fJa^aaiA. "I've 
been wortdag out right ilong and 

gettinir m • Hn of HfM \n 0»»*fo»- 
Tila. I feel swell \ i>u < an srp for 
Touneir all that talk about nie being 
kt and Mft Is the ^aJoney." — 




Jimmy's wife of less than a year, 
ths former LlUlaii Ciilplt, of Van- 
couver, and "Pop" poster, who has 
managed and futhi red him through- 
out hlA long and ^ucceiwilul ring ca- 
reer, accompanied McLami n.to New 

^"■•^ ^ — 

TO REST "UP ~ 

Jlmmv will sprnd tuo diiy.s re.st- 
Ing up Irom the ImiK trip from Los 
Angple.s, thr n icsmiie light drills In 
a gymnasium. FObter, meanwhile, 
will look about for a training camp. 
One will be pifched somewhere 
near New York next week, 

"I don't say we 11 win by a knock- 
out, but I'm .sure Jimmy can outla.st 
Tony," said Pop He snorted when 
told ,Can7,'ir,ci 1 is tlir rarlv betting 
favorite and llir almo.si, unanimous i from line 
choice of New York fight writers. 

If McLarnin lives lip to expecta- 
tions against Canzoneri, the odds 
are he w ill Iuk I a ( hallenge at Bi 
ney Rons for another in the lent 
serieg of bouU (OT the wtlUrMlfht 
title. ' . 

Mi^ii Hiiv ami f^tn -a&v iL'a 
loo early to i.ilk ;ibout iha', but 
ihey like Iho idea of haviiiK the 
championstiip beck In the family. 



Eke Out 2-1 Victory in 
Pendray Football — Wan- 
derers Triun[iph,.9-3 

HOW THEV STAND 

— wmrrcu, srri.. 




7 



W L. D F A Pt 

aptncnt ^ & 0 3 10 7 12 

Hudton'i Bay 1 S S • 34 U 10 

-WmndertH ........ A « i S 2A U IP 

Kr««M S 1 t 1 IS Sa S 

TtMrettton CmtTtT' . . e e • .1 Stl > 
VntrrSar't K»i«llt 
HudMD'* Bay. 2. Krrurx, I 
Jam** Bay Wanderrri. 9. RecrcaUon 

C*ntf«. t. tm ■ 




Got>d-natured fieorKo Wvatt. who 
has filled the utiiiiy lolc on the 
Hudson's Bay football elfvon to p«T- 
fection. yesterday booted his club- 
mates to a 2-1 victory over Kresges. 
m a Pendray Cup fixCOre played at 
the Royal Athletic Park. Shifted 
to the pivot iKViltion on the Bavs' 
W\att banked home the 
two tallies thai brought the green, Kresgercame liack and after Bax- 
and gold-sweatered boys through to conceded a corner. Johnny Mur- 



VICTORIA HOOPSTERS 
TAKE SECOND JUSSLE 
FROM RAYMOND JACKS 



Come From Bcliind ilh Wursl of Syvvd to (^aiu 
51-43 Viclory lo Rrat li W «>lt'rii ( .aiia»la Final 
Against iniii|M'«;— riiriT l)oiiiiiio«'s liaii- 
ished— -Doug I'eden Heads ScorerM 



Wrestler Ed Don George nukes a vain •fferris'lftii 'DlHIl^ OWalU&njTIe^flirciiivlB 
during their wrestling match at the Bokt( ' - - - - - 

champion, bridges himself out of daofer. 



aynpfese, 



during their wrestling match at the Bokton Garden, but thelpowerful yoiH^| IrUl grappler. ex -heavyweight 

Dmuio scored the only fall oluit natch in 1 hour, • minutes 



aad 12 leconda. 



a lucky WXSrf over Kre^ea. forced 



HANS BEAT 
; FRISCO SEALS 

Seattle Evens Series With 

San Francisco — Makes 
i'.' Triple Play 



Soccer Activities 



victoria Citv first division ele\en 
will hold a workout at the Veterans 
of hYflnce thi<i i'\rninK at. 7 30 
O'clock. All players are requested to 
attend. 

Metropoht.in and Lake Hill, first 
and .second hall ( hampion.'- rc.s[)rc- 
tlvelq. of the .Sunday Sch<x>l Fool- 
ball League, will op.^n their pUy-ofI 
seriea for the league otumptociship 
on Saturday morning at the Boyal 
Athletic Park at 10 o'clock. J. ITeod- 
ley will referee 

Lake Hill line- up foUow.s Hari)er. 
Cullen. Main, Simpson. Hope, Coles. 
Warren. Newnjan. HUtchen. Hay- 
ward and Dunn. Reaenrea: Under- 
wood, 9im% and Uttle. 



Frcfl Perry Injured 



BEUKVE IT OR ISOT 



' SAN PRANCI.SC'O. April 15 ri — 
Seattle's Indian.^ pulled ofl a great 
Uiple play today as part of a 4-2 
victory over San PTanclaoO'B Seals. 

It took place In the fourth inning, 
when Shortstop F'rank Glra filed to 
Jai Hunt, nie Seattle rlghtflelder 
gnifht the ball on the run and 
vlilpped it to ShorUtop Olenn 
WHght, who doubled Barath at 

aecond. Wright then threw to flnsl 

to nab Catcher Vincc Monzo to end 

the threatOMd rally. R. H. E. 
.Bi^tle ..-..s...... 4 II 2 

Ban Pirandaco 2 6 3 

Batteries: oregory Md Baiitar; Budapest. Apru is t/D. - Fred 

ICcEvoy and Monuo. . 'wry. British tennis star, was 

Beaver. V..u,u..h Angel. I ^'"^^J"^ 0"»'. "^»>- ^ 
. LOB ANOEUaS. April 1ft i;P). - ^'"''"^ 
WSnd vSShrd iaat yiir's Perry 
Thimpion AngHs again today. 9.5, | ^'''ckly recovered and resumed play, j 
jilting threr pi: hi'is with seeming 
.abandon 

Aided by tiie swaituig of S. Cos- 

/Mfet, Brucker and Carson, Portland 

pitcher, who hit a home run, the 

visitors had a 5 to 3 lead In the 

eiKiiih and clnrhed the game with 

four more I'um la that Inning 

R H E 

^orUaod : 9 14 0 

;.os Angelea :..'8 10 2 

■• Batlrrles C.ir^on and Bnirker; 
Kimball, Buxton. ( ..ihlri and Vell- 
jjaan. 

Sacs Even Series 

SAORAMBNTO. April It 
flacramanto evened the series with 
.Che Ihflflsions here today by winning 
b-l behind the tight pitching of 
Lefty Jtni Lyons. Tliree runs in the 
"Arst Inning off Otto Nitcholaa de- 
cided the game early, 
" Nltchola« drove in the only Red 
^ with a single in the fifth. 

.' ' ' R. H. E 

Missions . ... 1 « 1 

ifacramcnto 5 9 0 

Batterlee: Niteholas and Slrlnz; 
nrena and Head, 

Oaks Beat Padre* 

* OAKLAND, Cal. April 15 (/T) - 
'inoyd Olds, recent, addition to the 
^akland pitching xtafT, turned the 
Diego Padres batk with .^u i.its 
and no runs to give the Oaks a J O 
A'trtory here this afternoon and ovi n 

Htw seriea. R H. e. 

iMh DlefO 0 « 1 

dHkland .... . .2 9 0 

t Batkcrlee: Ho<-kette and I>«,sau!- 
4ih: OlAl and Hartjr 



with ten men. 

James Bay Wanderers wound up 
their whedule with a 9- J 1 ■fain % 

over 1)10 n>''Tcat mn Centre at Hey- I**** 
wood Avenue, to finisli in a tie with 
the Hudson's Bay for second place 
in the Pendray Cup scramble. 

The Hudson's Bay victory at the 
enclosure did two thlBCa. it kept the 
Bays in the running for the cham- 
pionship, and prolonKPd the league 
play. Spencers, the defending cham- 
pions, had a bye yesterday. 

FV)rced to play with ten men Ave 
minutes after .Jhf. Kart. when 
Johnny Murray, their inside left, re- 
tired with a twisted knee, Kresges 
put up a game battle against the 
eleven-man Hudson s Bay .squad. 
They had a wide margin in the ter- 
ritorial play li^ the final canto, and 
with amr punch in their front line, 
would ^obably have walked off the 
firtd on the right side of ttie score. 

Twenty -eight minutes of the 
initial .stanza had passed before any 
scorlnp re.sulted George Wyatt, 



ray banged home their only marker 
a hot drive under the bar. The 
Icser^ kept up the pressure and 
looked like taking the fixture, but 
weak front rank failed to 
iiaiiHsliM ■■ tha annrfaf rhaam 



Mc.Mlllah refeireed, and the teams 
were : 

Hudson's Bay— Baxter. O^OonneO, 

McConnell, Willi. misnn, Kennedy, 
J. Oakman. T. Oakman, Fish. Wyatt, 
Stevens and Conway. 

Kresges — McMillan. McKenzle, 
Coate.s, Jack, White, Hill, Stokes. A, 
Murray, Newell, J. Murray and 
Duncan. 

WANPBBBB8.WIN 

Ratthng home six goals In the 



Modern Speedway Under 
Construction Near Here 



Fine Autoniohilr Rarin;: Trark Brin;: Buill on 
Inland Hi^huav !>> Ja<lv layior, Laii;L:ior(i — 
WUl Be CompK ir<l liy May 23 — Plan Kat 



Modern and up-to-date in .every Columbia Aulomo;.\> .>p.>i"; .\."vso- 
detail, a threo-eiRhtlLs of a mile elation will hold a inee'i.ing. and all 
speedway, suiuble for automobiles, interested itl automobile and motor- 



motorcycle and bicycle racing, is 
now under construction on the 

Island Highway, near LaiiRford .Sta- 
tion, by Jack Taylor, a Langford 
, , , , . „ , J resident. Tlie oiled dirt track will 

Imtial .so.^slon to <raln a 6-0 lead at , aeyenty feet wide at,the stralght- 
the ,MKl of the fir.st half. James Bay ^ways, and elfhty feet wldt at the 



Wanderers ran roughshod, over the 
Recreation Centre for a victory 
at Heywood Avenue. 

In the last canto. James Bay 
Wfmderers. satisfied with their wide 
margin, eased down and as a result 



the Recreation eleven baaged home 
rugged utility star, netted the only | three markers, 
tally of this session when his float. | Roskamp. with four tallies to hLs 

ing .Miot found the romer of the credit led the .scorers Tomrhy Bel- 



net out of reach of ' Red" McMillan, 
to gi\e the Hudson's Bay a l-O lead 
as the players reached the half. 

With the wind at their backri as 
plsy resumed. Kresges held the up- 
per hand, but their drives on the 
Bay goal lacked any f irre and m.in . 
excellent .>rorinc chances were 
wasted Twenly-.seven minutes of 
the half had gone before George 
Wyatt widened the Bays' lead to two 
coaU Taklntr a hot. from outside 
the penalty area Wyatt hit the up- 
right and the ball gUinced tnto the 
far comer of thf net. 



ford with a trio of goal.s. and Ball 
and Mai?ee with one apiece, were 
the other Wanderers' acorera 

Spavin, Smith ahd Moyea netted 
for .Iha Recreation Centre. 

Shrlmpton refereed. and the teams 

VIC re: 

James' Bay Wanderers — Saddler, 
Thame, Bourne, Fleldhouse, Rod- 
aker. Saddler. Belford. Roakamp, T. 
Belford. Oamet and Magee. 

Recreation Centre— Travis. Paul, 
.shouldice. Besciuzza, Moye.s, Thomas. 
Spavin, Bmith, Brown, Ball and 
Smith. 



turns, 

A grandstand capable of holding 
2,500 people is beinn built, and with 
the speedway, will be completed by 
.May 23, according to an apnounce- 
ment made yesterday evening by 
officials Interested In the project. 

J I' It Taylor, the .'pon-sor of ilir 
.spe<dway, was in Seattle yesterday 
making arrangem^ts to bring lead- 
ing American drivers and their cars 
for racing meets at the new speed- 



WILL t0-OI>t:KAT£ 

Membora of the Brt^ Columbia 

Automotive Sports As.sociatlon have 

promised their fullest co-operation 
in connection with the track. a.s 
tliey feel it will fill a long-felt need 

in thU diatrlct. Thla evening, at the Victoria on the auto racing map of 
Chambfr of Commcree. tha BritlabI the Pacific Northwest. 



cycle racing are invited to attend. 
Midget car racing, very popular In 

the United Stair... will be featured 
here at an early dai^. 

Tracks of the t.\'pe now under 
ooostructlon. at Langford, with the 
wide «tralffht-awayB and turns, have 
proved to produce more spectacular 
racing than larger tracks. They re- 
quire more .skill on the part of the 
drivers, and at the same time 
mlnimlae the danger. 

When completed, the speedway 
and Its surroundings will be equal to 
anything of lU kind on Uic Pacifu- 
Coast, and should prove popular 
with radnf faiia in Greater Vic- 
toria. 

One of the most thrilling and 
spectacular fports. autoni^>blle rac- 
ing has been exceptionally popular 
across the border for many years. 
With a modem speedway and the 
prospects of Jeadlng American 

drivers romiiii,' here to compete, the 
Langlord liac k will definitely place 



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Fordi Witt Meet 
Ottmca in Tint 
Fixture Tonight 



\VI 



INDSOR. Ont.. April Ift 
Ciordie Pullir. man- 
iuer of Windsor FV>rds, and 
iru players ••ntiamed late to- 
day for Ottawa, where they 
will play Ottaw.- Rangers to- 
morrow night .in the first 
game of a best-of -three sertea 
for the Eastern Canada senior 
basketball title. The .se<ond 
game will be played FYidav 
night and a third game, if 
neceseary, on Saturday. 

The c,Ts/> r.f Jimmy Stewart, 
whom !)!«• kxal club was ad« 
vised to keep nut of c>omp>eli- 
tion following a protest from 
ToKlMito. had not been settled 
up to late this afternoon and 
he did not. accompany the 
club. 



Judged Most Valuable Mem- 
bers of Victoria United 
Football Squad 

"Scotty" Stelrart. clever Inside 
right of the Victoria United Pootball 
eleven. Inter-Citv Football Lravu* 
champions for the .sectnid .succe.s.s;ve 
eaaon. has been judged the mo6t 
valuable player of the local team, 
.iccordlng to an announcement made 
vesterday evening by J. R .Jones 
.ecretary of the Victoria committee 
of the Briti.sh ColumUa 'VHMHball 
commissi(Hi. 

Stewart, whose ball manipulation 
and shooflnir :ib;lii'.- has brer, rom- 
mented upon mair- ; iik.s. w , us named 
to re<eive the mo.'-i lable player 
t<old medal, by the Miecial committee 
selected by the local fooUiall moguls. 

Roy Barnes, intermediate rank 
>tar. h,^.s been chosen as the .second Cue experts representing the Pro 
nuisL v.iluable player of the .squad Patria Branch of the Canadian Le- 
and will also receive a gold medal ' glon will leave Friday evening for 
for his fine play during a mopt auc- j Vancouver to play^ the Oreat War 

ce.ssf ii .reason. . i yet erans' ^ Mao e iB U an kquad for the 

CAREFi L SELECTIONS TlouIs'D, Taylor cup. emblematic of 

' fh<» British Cohimbla ex. service- 
men s billiard championship. 



INTER CITY CUE 
MATCH SATURDAY 



Pro Patria Brr.nrh Sqnad Will .lour- 
ney to Vaneonver for ( ham- 
ptoaahtp ^xtorc 



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'Duoe 

IN TV^ Pt.ftV 

'T06ACQO^OAO - HAS 500NCCO A BALL 
W^IWrrTHCV(AUOPASHANTV ^^ORETHA^ 

EXPLANATION FOR YESTERDAY'S ilfPLEY CARTOON 
Death far Khew l edga Giordano Bruno (1M0-I<90> famous Italian philosopher and scientut. commttted 
thaotea of iaferrlng that itoo world ia iaflalta and immeaflurabie and that our Earth «as merely one o< 
uumerma plaiwia and heavenly bodlca. Por thla Md aaamion. which was centuries ahe«<j of hi.s time, he was 
persecuted and hounded through moal of the countries of Europe He was finally arre..ted In Venire and 
transported to Rome, where he was imprisoned for »*\rn vr.rs If he had been wUUng to recant his convlc- 
< <P*t] ^ might have tv^en Mppted Because h^ refused to do %n he burned »n. the Make and his 
aahes-aeattered iT>-thr- wVn4« U> l««8 a monument w, erected to the martyr on the spot-wliere be was 
ceiiturter. iKfore 



Selection of Stewart and Bam». 

•*a.s made onlv after very careful 
eon.sidrratiop »f every member of 
iie Victoria United .-quad by the 
sper lal commiitee of three men. 
Player.* p^rfi>rm.Mi rs in the Inter- 
City. League fixtures only are con- 
.sidertd. and the members of the spe- 

committee witr-.e^'^d every fix- 
lure in which the iKai •e.tm played. 

The menials wh! t>e presented 
Saturday afternoon at the Royal 
Athletic Park, prior to the com- 
mencement of the Jackson Cup 
semi-final. Mayor David Leeming 
has kindly ooosanlod t* Bake the 
presentations. 



"Dtf hand.some trophy was pre- 
.sented by ex -Mayor Louis D. Taylor 
.some years ago ahd is held at the 
present time by the Pro Patria 
Branch of the Canadian Legion, 
"A" Division team. 

Tlv? riiatch will be played at the 
■ O re a t War Veterans 



nmm addraw aU n m ttm to CartooBlai Rlplii, 



MMtim^ Mow YfiB OKI. M.T. 



Victoria A rchers 
To Meet Tonight 

ITm aannal maatlac of the Vic* 
tona Arehera' Bodajty wm bt held 
this emBlat at S o'clock in Room 
203 Tlmaa Building. OfBoers for the 
ensuing year will be named, and 
plans for the opening of the out- 
door range at the Lake HiU recrea- 
tion gronnda wUl be tfiacuaaed. Of- 
fldala cxtaod a weloomc lo all In- 

m 



rooms, 8ey- 
Inour Street. Saturday afternoon. 

The teams will be as follows 
Pro Patria Branch of the Cana- 
dian Legion S Oakea, P. Pltzslm- 
A. McKlttrtck and A. H. 



Great War Vevraii"' A.«i.soriation — 
W. Heywood. 8. Beech. I. Bohill and 
w;. Crockcroft or W. Cobbold. 

J, Johnaon, chairman of the Pro 
Patrm tfohB oommlttee. win Mcdm- 
paay Mm TkUxla players. 

\ ■■ 

LONDON. AprU II Cl».— Roraoe 
Undrom, of Australia, today elimi- 
nated dare ODonnen. Ontario 

champior, in their second-round 
heat for the worlds professional 
snooker rhampioniUnp At the in- 
terval Undnun led nineteen frames 
tn aU. Tbe bast out of thirty-one 



for the lead With the aoort Stand- 
ing «-39 and six minutes left to 
full ume. Ab IUt;uc, .s'.otk.v Ra>> 
mond guard, pounded two beautiful 
shots through the Victoria hoop to 
deadlock the score. But Jacks had 
made their last spurt. Viotoda 
dominated play for the remaining 
moments, and clean-cut counters by 
Mottushaw and Chuc k Chapman aud. 
two by Martin salted the game away 
for the Pacific 0<nuR^ champions. 

Doug Pedcn, brilliant nommoe.s 
guard, led the .scoring He reaped 
thirteen points in a great di.sp^ay 
of marksmanship. Towering Donny 
Nilasen, Raymond centre, gave him 
a close run for top hono rs, har vest - 
ing twelve points. "Red" Martii 
and Art ('liapinaji potted elc\eii 
apiece to tie for the third place 
soQrinff latirels. 

FIRST HALF 

Play got under way wnli big 
Donny Nilsson soaring into th e air 
to take the tip from Art Chapman. 
Chuck Chapman fouled Van Orman. 

but the Raymond forward missed 
the free throw Chuck Chapman 
mi.s.S4'd a free t(>.s.s a' the otlier end. 
but a moment later Red ' Martin 
opened the scoriitg for Dominoes 
when he made his foul line effort 
good. 

Jacks suddenlv flashed into aciloi; 
with Dean RoUson and Krid Tuniei 
netting pretty field goals. Rolfson 
missed under the hoop and Dom- 
inoes swept down the floor. Peden 
dropping in a hard shot from the 
corner. A m(^meni later Chuck 
Chapman deadlock^ the count on 
a foul .shot, but .Jack.s. not to be 
denied, .surged to the fore again. 
Turner. Nilsson and Rolfson sent 
three goals his.sihg through the net 
before the startled Victoria club 

could gel .set tied 

PoVky Andr"w.s .siindwic lied in a 
foul point and Victoria called' Umc 
out. After six and a half minutes, 
play resumed with Nilsson netting 
under the hoop. Martin came back 
for Doinlnoe.s wish a twi.sting one- 
handed shot Van Orman hit the 
mark again for Raymond and Peden 
replied for Dominoes. Passing like 
clockwork, the Raymond boys swept 
into the British Columbia net and 
Ken Hatrue whipped another through 
for Jacks to make the count 18-9 
Nilsson made It 19-9 with a foul | 
tois. and Peden netted close in for • 
Victoria at the ten -minute mark. 

' DOMINOE.S CL.OSE GAP 

,Van Orman tore in to net the 
leather for Jacks and Andrews an- 
swered for Dominoes with an over- 
hand heave. Ken Ts gue poppe d a 

foul into the baslceT and Dominoes 
f'>u(?lu back with a foul tos.s bv 
Peden and a basket from the liands 
of Andrews. Raymond called time 
out with twelve minutes of the half 
elapsed. The teams fought on even 
terms for \ ^^<) miniiti s tiefore Martin 
aiKl Art Chapman (M>tted shots 
from the corner, one after the 
other, to brit« the count to 22.20 

Raymond subbed "But" Nalder for 
Turner at forward and the change 
injected new life to the Jack.s' at- 
taik Nil.sMin and Nalder rapped 
home two fast l^askets to make it 
20-20. but a foul point and basket 
by Art Chapman cut the Raymond 
lead to three points Art Chapman 
and Peden combined on a pretty 
play to make it 26-2.S. Andrews 
fought loose from his check and put 
one in under the net and Victoria 
took the lead fo^ th* flcit time 
at 27.28. lilt half ended a moment 
later. 

SECOND HALF 

Jafks substituted Fred T^imer for 
Nalder at forward Ai^ Chapman 
fouled NIKson and the hard-work- 
ing centre knotted, the score. 27-27. 
Art Chapman rapped the ball home 
on a perfect blocking play, but 
Rolfson shook Into the dear a 
moment later to tie it up again. Van 
Orman made one out of two free 
throw., and a moment later Art 
Clutpman pu-siied in a beautiful one- 
handed heave .Seconda later An- 
drews tore in to soor* and put 
Dominoas three up: Van Orman and 
I'eden missed their chances on a 
double foul, but 'Victoria nttted 
four v.nrr- iK.ints through 'iyrtOiMp - 
msn and Peden. 

Jacks called time out at the 6:10 
mark, and Nalder and Ab Hague 
went in for Turner and Ken Hague. 
Dean RoMmn wax injured under 
the hoop as big Chuck Chapman 
crashed Into him. The Raymond 
guard came back to net a foul point, 
and a moment later Van Orman 
pounded one in from ')v .side and 
Nilsson sagged the hemp trom fif- 
teen feet ouf to make it .37-35 sti;i 
In favor of Dominoes Chuck Chap- 
man counted a foul and Pe<|en 
flashed in for a baakci to put Vic- 
toria five «p with Wn mtnvtea to go. 

PBDEN OORH OFF 

Domtnoca subbed Andrews for 
Alex MeKcadde. Ida^ta netted a 

fo(i! for VIetoris but, a moment later 
Dominoes Jodi l''<den when he fouled 
Nalder for hU fourth personal 
McKeachie took his place. Resum- 
ing play. Jacks found the basket 
with two quick goals to bring them 
within range again at 4l^2t, Nllsaon 
and Ab Hague scoring. Chuck Chap- 
man added a tingle Via the foul 
route but Jseks-fgM^ia back Ab 
Kagne, playing a gmat game, bit 
tha hoop with !«• iaia^ t» >ait 

-V 



With their backs to the ».kii tim 
British OohunUa chainptons tore 
into tha gamia and MartUi potted 
ariothy of hia one-handers from 
the corner. Andlvws went off for 
hi.s fourth iier.sonal. Jack Mot llsliaat-.. 
replacing him. Jacks .subbed Turner 
for Nalder. MottUhaw celebrated 
his appearance by tallying under 
the hoop and Ittrtin l<dlowed il 
up with another. 

Chuck Chapman tacked anoth<'r 
ba.skct to the Dominoes* total with 
a left-handed .sliot to make it 51-43 
with one minute to go Art Chap- 
man and "Wicky" Van Orman 
missed free shots as the game ended. 
It wa.s .\rt's fourth foul siid Kinnear 
l(x-)k lus place for ilv las' fu« 
secolid.s of pl«\ 'ITiere ns,< no 

further scoring and the fmal count 
remained at •t-49. 

BOX SCORE 



aA% MONO— 


m 


yi 




er Pu«. 


Turner f . 


3 


1 


0 


3 


4 


Van Orman, f ... 


3 


7 


1 


3 


7 




3 


3 


1 


3 


1« 


K. Hague, g 


1. 


2 


1 


0 


S 


Rolfson, g .. 


4 


S 


1 


3 


f 


A Hague, g 


3 


3 


0 


1 


i 


Nalder, f ^ 


1 


2 


0 


1 


s 


Fairbanki. g . 


0 


0 


« 


0 


• « 


ToUIs 


if 


22 


• 


11 


41 


VICTOaiA— 


ro 


rr 


ni 




i«. 


Martin f 


4 


4" 


"3 


2 


11 


Allllre.k.s f 


4 


3 


1 


4 


9 


A Chapman, c 


5 


2 


1 


4 


11 


Peden. g 


6 


3 


1 


4 


13 


C. Chapman, g .. 


1 


5 


3 


2 


ft 


McKeachie. g ... 


0 »0 


0 


1 


0 


Mottl.shaw. f 


1 


0 


0 


0 ' 


i 


Kuinear. f 


0 


0 


0 


0 


0 


Totals 


21 


16 


9 


18 


51 



Referees — Henry Viney. Lath- 
bridge, and Alf Parrln. Vancouver. 

Cyrlr (Wipturrs " 
li andica p E vent 
From Foi^orites 



NEW YORK April l.S ^/D — Twd 
of 1935'fi great spniitei om- i,f them 
eligible for the Kentucky Derby, inel 
defeat today as Deerlng Howe'a 
Cycle, an outsider paying 12 to 1, 
galloped off with the Paumonok 
Handicap at Jamaica's opening 0( 
the metropolitan raclne sea.son. 

r H Knedelkamps Km^ .Saxon, 
who bowed to only a few at a mile 
or IcM laat year, managed to get 
into the money, flnlahing; third be- 
hind Mrs. Dodge Sloane's Psychlt 
Bid Marshal Fleld'a DCTDy Hopt^ 
IintaiiKel. conqueror of the best' 
t \vo-year-()l<ls m the nelmonl F\i- 
turlty last Pfll. was fourtlMn tha 
field of eeven. / 



Ca p t a in \s Stpi a d 
Wins Golf Match 



OANClER April 15— A mixed 
two-ball four.some tournament be- 
tween teams representing the cap- 
tain and vice.oaptain took place on 
the Saltspring Island links recently 
and resultifd Mn a victory for tha 
skipper's .squ.id bv a S-2 score. 

Results, with the captain's tesni 
first mentioned, follow 

Miss Doreen Crofton and Ley de- 
feated lira. Charteaworth and D. K., 
Crofton. ' 

Miss N Leigh and Evsns lost ta 
Frank .Scott and D Pyvl<', ,sr 

Mrs G. Reade and Miss D. Evan* 
defeated Mlia DaniM qi«ft«n tai 
Norton. 

Mrs. Speed and Mooat defantai 

Mrs. Mouat and Shove. 

Mlks B. Wilson and Verrlnder loal 
to Mies s. WUaon and OaMMBi 

Crofton. 

wesi and D lyvia, Jr., dcfmiai 
Wilson and Oumey. 
Marrla defeated Bpacd. 



Seven l^nfs Are 
Under Contract 
For Nexi Season 



TOROfnx) April 15 — Seven 

Toronto Maple I/eaX hockey piayrrs 
are under contract for next season. 
Manager Ooany Bmythe announced 
laat night before tha taam left for 
a Western Canada axMMtion tour. 

f'harlie Conacher. Bill lluimn, 
n\n.7 }\oi\ and Nick Metz hayesigne<| 
urv contracts, and Bob Davidaon, 
Pep KaUy and Ait JtHann «i play 
under t nn y a ni ' Buu l n Hi ilgnec 
Fall. 

Joe Primeau. who announced 
'inie ago he would retire from th« — 
game, has promised Smytha a deft« 
nlte 
ff 



Home Rna Standing 



•r Tke 

Home Runs Yesterday — Frlsch, 
Cardinals. 1; Mancuso, Olants, lj| 
Eckhart, Dodgers. 1; Herman. Roii^ 
I; F. Wanar. Flrataa, 1; J. ttoon, 
Ptuniea. I: Bcrgar, Baaa. 1: Tteaky, 
Indians. 1; Camptel], Indians. 1} 
Kreevlch White Sox. 1; Washing- 
inn. Whlt» ggn. 1; 
Demaree, 2. 

PBtala Amartcaa. 

m M ». — 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. TliUKbDA V, AFKIL lb, VJ6b 



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CARDINALS EVEIUERIES WITH CHIC AGO CUBSj 




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FrUch Drives Out 
Homer in FifUi to 
Decide Close Game 

Vrlpran Maiia^rr of St. Loiii?. Cra^lu ^ One liilo 
SUiul^t illi M<M)n' AhoanI lo SvHU' ',i-2 De- 



SPORT SNAPSHOTS 



ci»ioii — (;ian!-* Win — Tigers and 
* Vaiik('«-H Suffer Defeats 




1^ 



AA^MNAL UMOUB- 

sr LOUIS. April li W^.— Frank 
fi .sch s Uvhi hit otJthe 1»36 season 
was a honir run to give the St. 
Loui* Cardinal* a 3-2 victory Uxlav 
aver the Chicago CubB;,^ The Cub 
were leading 2-l«wh«Hlhe maoArer 
hit Into tha atanda. with Terry 
Movh on bM* ttt tha fifth inning. 

R. H. %. 

Chicago ........... 2 T 3 

St. Loula - 3 « 1 

Battcriaa Lee and Hartnett, 
Odta; tmm) m » Dd7P >vU. 

B^ri r>o on Rally 

PHILADELPHIA. April 15 f^ — 
Tha Beaton Bfru in a fourth -in- 
ning scoring ranifmge sent nine 
runa acroaa the plate and defMted 
the Phllllea. 12-4. today. 

TVjny Cucclnello led the winnera' 

sixteen -hit attack with two singlCfS 
and a douhlr. wIuIp W.ilier Berger 
hit his lir.sl liomr run of the sea- 
aon in the ninth, with Jordan on 



Battene.v-Brldges, Phillips Hog- 
aett and Cochrane, Hudlln, Hllde- 
brand' and Pytlak. 



la Naw4foifon»— Earl Grace, Former Pittaburgh CatdMr. la With 
the PhUa Now. netarad at Wiatar Havan. Fk. 



M mm 
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MAIN [VENI 



Rudy Strongberg and Frank 
St6j8(orBooked to Head- 
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WA.SHINOTON. April 13 'T - 
I'he WaiUingtou iienatoi.^ made a , 
late rally today to ovcrcoinc an [ 
early New York advantage and out- 
Doaair tba Tankeea. 6^. It waa 
WaahlBfton'a aacQfitf atraigtot win. 

5 12 2 

6 0 0 

M u r p h y, I 



Johnny Moore, of tdte Phillies, also 
L in the 



Jilt a bonc-iun 



fifth. 

R. H E. 
. 12 1« 1 

,. 4 14 
Benge and 



Boston 

Philadelphia 

Batteriaa^antwcU. 

Lopaa; Bowman. Jobniqo. Pas.seau 
fMxulo^ Strtraod attd WUaon, 
Oraca. 

piraUs Win Again 

CINCINNAII. April 15 . T).— Sln- 
glaa by ■ Foreat Jenaen and Paul 
Waner in tha ninth Inning, com- 
bined with an error by Ival Good- 
man . Reds' right fielder, gave the 
plK.sburRli Pirates their sri ond con- 
aecullve victory over Clmmnati to- 
day, 7-6. R. H E 

Pittaburgh 7 8 0 

CtnebinaU • W ^ 

Batteries— Swift. Mace, Brown, 
Birkoler and Padden; Schott. 
^Itaa and Campbell. 



New York ........... 

Washington .- 

Batteries — Pearson 
Klelnhans anc^ Dickey; Unke, Ru.s- 
seU, Coppola and Bolton.' 

nox Beat Browns 

CHICAOO, April 15 <A-:. Chi- 
cago's White SOX belted Jack Knoll 
and Ruaaell Vanatta for eleven hits, 
iiK hiding home runa by Mike Kree- 
vRh .md Vernon Washington to- 
dav to defeat the St. Loui> Browm. 
g-3, and make It two straight in 
the sca.son s opening series. 

Harland CUft cracked out a 
homer for the Brown's first run 

R. H. E. 

St Louis 3 11 0 

Chicago - . 6 11 1 

Batteries— Knott, Vanatta •nd 
HeflMlty; ttcatton and. StweU. 





Newcomers to Victor.* mat clr 
cles. Rudy -Iftronfberg. 

hrav\ \M>i!?h'.. ui:d Frank Stojack 
New York e:^iieni of the grunt 
and groan paatime. will headhn- 
Saturday's weekly grappUng pro- 
gramme at the TUUcuin gymnas- 
ium. 

Strongberg was signed Monday by 
Promoter Pred Richardaon. and 

' vr.t.Tfl:»\ tlu- local impresario 
Aces On let— Sonja Henie Norwegian Sur. and Jack Dunn, British complct d hi> main event when he 
Ice Ace, Tour United States. booked tl.c to arful fYaiik stajack 

aa an opponent for the clever young 
Teutonic grapplerr 

With the to;) buui Uin-d up. Pro- 
moter Fred Ricliai d. on i:. now "busy 



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lAl SoUr Mild a... 

K»rr» •• 

4 A' MlH Ponipey j-. 

aace Hiah • 

I A) Vatdioa farm entrr. 

Bwoatf aae«-Mil« an4 aB«-sUte*nth 

Tlj« Choeu* . 

Bourbon Han* 

I onrtomr Pln» 

M'«< Aninenr ...! 



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Jccii R.'own 
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HEADS FIELD 

Takes Nose Decision From 
Stainforth in Feature at 
Bay Meadows 




aont. 



BA8BBA1 

National, 

soheduled. 

American, Philadelphia, at 
ton. four games scheduled. 

American Aaaoelatlon. one, 
gamea achoduled. 



Bos- 



four 



Rookie Hhows ( 
NEW YORK, April 16 (^. — A 
twenty-two-year-old youngster, 

riKht -handed Harry Oumbert, to- 
dav plirJied a four-hit game agaln-st 
llir Brooklyn Drx1«ers and the 
Olants wjjn the .second .straight 
game .from the Dodgers. 5-3. 

Oumbert, purc h as ed b y ttie Ol- 
anta from BaRfiitoK lata laat aaa- 
son. pitched hitless ball for five 
Innings and wa-s never in danger 
as the tiiantfi .scored all five of 
their runs In the first four in- 
Btnga. R » E 

Brooklyn 3 4 i 

New York » t * 1 

Batterlr.s Mungo. Zarhary. Leon- 
ard and Berries; Oumbert and 
Maneuao. 



AMERK AN AS.SOCl.^TION 
Milwaukee at Louisville, 4-8. 
Kaiwaa dtty at Indianapolis, S-0. 

.St Paul 8; Columbus g. 
Mmncapoli.s at Toledo, 5-4. 

LEPAOE-AUDY 
SEMPACE 

Leading Montreal Race by 
Four Laps— Peden Still 
Six Laps Behind . 



AMOIOaN LIAGVB 

CLIvnAND. AprU IS (4>).— Paced 
fcy Hal TPoaky and Bruce Camp- 

VII. the Indians ,<;qiiare<1 the .series 
with the Ticei-s here today, .scoring 
eight run.s In a wild third Inning, 
knocking the Tigers' world series 
baro, Tammy Brldfea. from the box 
and coaating away to a 14-7 vic- 
tory. 

TlWks's homer. aiIIi .I<>e Vosmik 
•nd Earl AverlU on Ivisr. st«>ied 
■ridges toward the .hn^ry. and rvi- 
dtontly not content with ttiis for one 
imilng. "ftTMky came up a second 
time .'^nd singled t6 rl^it, gcorint 

Avei ill again 

Bruce (■aini>i>ell al.so connected 

for a homer, with ow <>n in the 
•tvanth. hla fourtb hit or the dav 

R. H. E. 

Detroit f " a 

Cdatalind 1* " * 



MONTREAL, April 1§ Oi.— Henry 
I.cpatfe and Jules Audy. Montreal 
speedster*, clung to their wide le. d 
in Montreal'a fourteenth six-day bi- 
cycle raoa at tha Forum early today, 
despite dc-^perate efforts by rival 
teams to reduce the margin. 

At -midniRht. at the end of the 
seventy-fifth hour of riding and 
with l.t3iB miles and five laps behind 
them, the French -Canadian team 
was four laps In front of Ita near- 
est rivals after hectic lamminf dur- 
ing which they stuck tenaciously to 
riders who attempted to get the 
Jump and gain a aurprise lap. 

•nw atandtnga: 

MllaaLapiPU. 

I/"paKe-Aiidv . 1328 * 1©40 

Kllian-Vopel 1325 1 1710 

OBrlen-Sheehan 132.S 0 KV) 

Walthour-BorU 132.^ n 780 

Ptelding-Ottevaire .. 1325 o b9b 
Peden-Wlnter ... 1224 9 1080 

froRAlev-flndou 1324 8 436 

Mieihe-Bednrd 1324 7 816 

Cohen-Ziwh - 1324 7 .S9.> 

Spencer-Bartell .... 1324 r, 61.^ 

Hurley-Croley 13J4 n 720 

Bagglo - Oomieratt> 1323 8 :<60 



SAN M.\TEO. Cal., ^ril 15 

Riding his third winner of the day. 
Allen Cray brought Lady Bowman 
Charging into a neck victory toda'. 
in the six furlong.s feature race at 
i Bay Meadowa track. The time was 
1:12 2-5. 

Stainfrrtli. poslimr favorite, ran 
second, and Sea Cliff third. Lady 
Bowman caught up with the pace- 
setting SUlnforth at the head of 
the stretch and proved gamaat In a 
stirring drive to the wire. 

The winner, owned by A. 
TlnoniA-s. of Wol.ser. Idaho paid 
)7.0Q, $3 40 and $2.80. Stauiforth 
paid off at ISJO and laJI and Sea 
Cliff 14.00. 
In the six furlonga second raoa. 

Gray, an righteen-veai-old light- 
weight bov from Cleveland. Idaho, 
bioiighf in Bi-aille. which paid 
$145.40 to Win. 'while he piloted 
Eaater Tommy to first place in tba- 
one- mile fourth race. 
. Re.5ults follow: 
Pirit Race— Four and on»-h«ir furtonta: 

Bundlda (MmllO II4 40 I5MI4M 

Roller Co«»t»r iWrKlUl . . 2 M J JO 

Blind Bff iShultr) * SQ 

Timf. :J4 J-S Aiko r»lj J»» A . UodloO. 
Runan Conard. El PorUl. Trwr Wsrd, 
Mowdy Andy. Kumtls. Voll4Blr, Jabbcrlc. 

Berond Ri^ee— 8ls (urloass: 
Brilliant Queen (BhultO .tI SO t 3 40 12 «0 

Fannlliins ' AIbr<'cht t n 00 <M 

Cb«7>:in iHolfckpi ^ «0 



niekle Bin , 

Pn.s Ut> 

Marsal* 

BfVdUh H»c»-Milr and oiie-sixtaenUi 
Low Bride 
RurniiK Peet . 

Oold Sft •.. 

Jim X 

Bnmnrld 
Mkd.>rn Qufrn . 
; TuiDblr In 

• aayrbon PriM* 

I Sun Thrin« .... 
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Chaiitint Ways 

Pa If Orby 

Comradeililp 

Tran>blrd 

Slltrr Bend ... 
Padint Light .. 
ll;jh Wir» 
Dkrii Hrr..-.e .. 

VoltBtlon 

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Dorothy W. 

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Id* Kl\H 

Hasty Rock 

My Bow ' 

Nf d< .vf . 

Couiu Coaon . 
Fourth Race— WaMoner toursr: 

Cyeat 

Draro ■•• ■ 

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loj ! preliminary to round out the jS°,7*'Jih,w 



Tlip show will open at S:46 o'clock, {chr.rdn* Adoo 



IP 

\n\ Rudy Strongberg is a typical j 

Gniu.n vrcllcr. who left his ^ v. r nfr 
'iS; : hcmeUind ubou: thirty moiuli-s a-jo | 
m ■ to vi&jt Atnerica. and Ukcd the ! cro?.i 



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112 1 United State.-^ nii Impre.-ive record ' "^JH^^'^i.^^^ uuMm^t^^ 
„, ! Hr held the aii.airiiv wrestling title 

Wloe Anne • 

107 I of bo.li Ea.st and Wc.>t Prua'la. i 

'"' was considered one of the best , out ' n« > n . . ...iii.'ii.'i. 

1 •"tmen In hi- country. I Garden Mtsiaae 

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HIOUJIOWLER 

Leads Olympic Fivepin Av- 
erages With Mark of 220 
-^Bill Marshall Second 



Toppling the pins for a seasou .s 
average of 220. H "Porky " Williams 
led fivepm bowlers at the Olympic 
Ane>s tins .se»*<»n. as revealed by | 
the figures jUAt released by .Secre- . 
tary Len Bryant. Wllliam.s bowling 
on the Outta Percha team, played in 
fifty-five Ramaa..and maintained a . 
fine n\erafie throughout. In second 
flof was Bin" >f8T»han. anehor 1 
man of the K of P tram who fin- j 
Hhed with a mark of 216. clo.vcly 
followed bv George Andrews, 'whp 
rolled 218 for sUlv-nlne games Bob 
Tunier Eddie Borde and Bill Dunn. 
Colonist tnmdlerv finished well up 

Tlie averages follow: 



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614 YATIS STREET 



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TORONTO, ApHl 16 (yP>. — Pete 
Leswlck. star centre of Saskatoon 
Wesleys, Memorial Cup finalists, 
Irft with the team for lioni'^ la.st 
night after collapsing on a dowtv 
town street and apendtaif two hottrs 
in hoapiUl. 

Hla strenuous play agalnat West 
Toronto Nationals in the Junior 
hockey champlon.ship games is be- 
lieved to havf cau.sed the collai»e, 
from which he recovered quickly 
Laawlck, who ia on New York Amer- 
icans' reserve ILst. told friends he 
could remerftber nothing that hap- 
pened after the second period ol 
Monday nlght'a game. 



Durln.; hus .-ojourn m the Uimed , ^.^f-^^i.^'^'^'-'-r', 
States and Canada. Strongberg has , n r of n^.M 

been a big drawing card. P^rticu- n,-^^j'-»<>v 

larlv in thi .Southern cities, and hasj/mna v. L 

been c. llr-d by many "the most "J'| p^^^^ua ■ 

scientinc wrestler in the South" in ii'^ni,' 

Standing six feet one Inch ln,i>i' 

height and weghlng 218 pounda. the " " 
twrnty-foiir-vear-old Teuton, gOOd 
ioo!<iiiR in a boyi.^h blond way, has 
been called the German Adonla, be- 
cauw of his fine physique. 

Like all young wrestlers, Rudy 
Strongberu ha-: his ey*a on the 
world chaniiiionship. held at the 
present time bv I)i;'k .Shikat. .i 
countryman, and if he keeps up hi.s 
fine, wrok he Ls sure to get mighty i 
cloae to the top in a ahort apace of 
time. 



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Lovely Bpy , 

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LEROY HAYNES IS 
QVI CK KNO CKOVT 

Time, 1 13 3-S Al.o ran Oood Dame. PHILADELPHIA. AP^^W^ 
Plenty Oold. BatUUa. Olatoop | Lamiplng Lerov Havnea, camp a i fn'' 



ARLINGTON RACING 

ARUNOTON DOWNS. Texas. 
April. 16.— Reault a here-today follow,: 
First Race ~ 



BQMRHEACH 
DOyBLES FINALS 



Fair Robert. , . 

Chief, BuMe Prtca. Buiior, COM Jas. Dark . _ j^j. ^ j 
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P""^ The Real 
Hollands TlcumUv ' 



Third lUea— ais farlonta: 

Braille lA. Orafl ttM «• 140.00 121 SO 

Uarrarala (WrtCbt) IM •.«• 

Make and 8r»ak " " 

i8hulU> ■ . 

Tima. I IS 4-1. Alsa ran: Owick tMk. 
Ariel Ten)i>eat. Thenar. Cantrip. B«M Bid. 
Zanny, Mafnalahoa. T*tn«aa. 

Pour'h Rare— One mile: 
laaler Toniriv 'A Orayi .17 40 14 40 »4 40 

Moon Ro.ie fMariim « JO s 30 

Plum alerted <ahultci 4 00 

Time. 1:41. Also ran: Only Dsuihter, 
lAxada. Lapland. Oabbe. Psaay Ooorto. 
0«dle. Hour Rap. Alavlti. Beahltl. 

rifth Rar" .=li\ lirlona« 
IlK h«,i rr , if) Sr;y.- «:;,i 20 1 1 4 SO 1 1 0 00 
Amy .Cooper 'V. Krali . .. U 30 S 40 
Morale iR. Kln«i 4 an 

Time. I 14 AlM> ran; Oeoa Poliiian. 
inro Bant. Blue Lillian, Lysandar. Jobtoso. 
Eiiicine. 

Sixlh Rare .^ix fiirlwnta 
Ijiflv Boninaii A tlra»i 17 00 13 40 IS. SO 

Btainforih (Jolley 3 30 ISO' 

aeaellff «R. LaiKhmam . 4 00 

Time. l:lJI-». AUo ran 8t Btephena. 
Chitt rilet. Cuyanaca. Rodney Pan. Mahili 

Seventh R«e»— Om nUt 

R«-*«nn <Wrifh»< .(lose IS.OO t3 00 

Chi. « 'BnyiiT' r40 3 40 
Uolden Worda. 'Jollf»» 3. SO 

Time. i:40]-S Ala* rata: Lanty Boy. 
nuhbar. Rorhister Day. Nartheutt. Lttut. 
Kelly. Bulletin Board. M^mphla Lawi 

Eiehth Raee— Mile and onr-'^nf nth 
Borsodl "BhifllM «4 00 l3 0O$2«O 

Hin."-! '."^irlafT' OSS 4. JO 

.^aata Fire Joilev * 40 

TIma. l :40 3-s Alao ran Mittens. Opium. 
Cloth* Tor. RiMtlinr. Klna Careaa. r)ur 
Blllv. Prlnr'- Mfximr Iji/i ranter. How 
Mlah 

OM.RVK.Hr INTRIK'* 
1 r I Rrrr F.M" furlonS" 

Hon Orafton • ■ . 107 

Madeap Yankee , 194 

r>lsBa(er Nhetk •>•<>. 1*4 

.■"ha^'a Dock •• 

Jaipur "*J 

I Denbiah .. IIS 

I rhieoieon YiL 

Proud Indian 

1 Saeoad Race-Bls furlMMs: 

' Plunderase Ill 

I Red r>noe «....;. 113 

0|»nina NItht 107 

I air Wai <I3 

' Hadasa ill 

i Tak* tt easy f ! 

Rothrrliam 113 

Lufkv Owrv' 107 

Bweei Marm* ,-. 107 \ 

Monk a Jane '"^ I 

The Way 107 

Fanlon » 

' Third Raee -Sit farloMi: 

amolt Mortiate I0« 

Katie Beilf '"2 

Ben Heneat ; i. 103 

nalde« Crystal >>• 



i/)uLv knoefcett 
out Natie Brown of Wushington. In 
2:46 of the secofid round of their 
aehedulad ten-round bout at the 
Arena tonight. 

Taking on one, of the few men 
who has stayed the dlstanca With 
the Brown Bomber from Detroit. 
Haynes held the upper hand from 
start to finish of the .vlu>rt bout 

Midway, in the second round he 
found the range with a left hook 
that brought Brown up out of hla 
crouch Tlien . the ex-Callfornian, 
now righting out of Philadelphia, | coMUia'ham' VDV'rins 
poiindrd away with both hands to Always Blue iHithtaheai. 
the body and face until the Wash- 
ington husky went down in a neu- 
tral comer. Referee Joe McOuigan 
counted him out. 

Haynaa gave awa>». twelve pounds 
In jMnlfht'B go, scaling 200 to 
Brown's 313. . 



-Watiener course 

IIHarua •Nnlani tIS 00 I 7 3Q ICO 

Baofc Pmrp 'Rrammcri . ... 14 30 .^ 70 

Pelyphole 'Dudley* 7 30 

Tims. 1:10. Alio rati: Ooorsaa Heir. 
Aa Always. Anto Balium, Bal Bto, nialtt of 
Oold. Dertaratlon. Diek Star 

VcoMd Race - Wattoner course 
Ima Count <Parka) <« 70 I 3 SO 12 'o 

a«i aaot la. Roan ii.m o .0 

Joan Lot * Coopon 730 

Time. I:|0. Al«) ran Cheraw. I.ero%. 
Wandover. Laaalei Pride Chiefs Pride. 
Jehnnla D.. Alwlntour. Sad Knjfht 
Third Race-Mile and aevanty yarda: 

Otravea iHlthtahee) SO.SO IS.OO I 4 40 

Preslae (A. Robrrtnoni ... . . 110 4 

Minthera i Nolan ' . 13 80 

Time. 1 44 3-S. Alao ran Denver Lad. 
Rams Head. Joan Macaw. Unlucky Kint. 
Arthur Coventry. Duckle Rope. Nopolosa 
Boy. Rustic l.ar.ri<* 

Fourth Rare- Bu fnrlritiin 
Oiia»imo<1o '^ RobTtaoni 1130 $ S 00 IS 30 

Sa'rapnl 'Hranim'ri ..; lO.M 4.00 

Backloc 'lyincdent 4.00 

Tina. 1:114 1. Also ran: Drak. Takus. 
Molly Oreenoek 

Fifth Rare Rlx fijriont*' 
Badie F 'Hanaurr> . . Ill SO f S 10 13 30 

SM ISO 

... I.9S 

Time. I II Also ran- Black Hithlirow. 
BillT I . NauahtT 

Sixtli n»rf Mile and on' riah'h 

Roy Valet tLonadeni II.IO IS 40 ji 40 | Acreman 

Bleepy Joo (Pleraoni '. . 4.S0 J I WesU ott iuid 

Fairy street '8rammer>.. . 2 70 

Time. 1 M 7-^ Alao ran Plabbersaj'. 

FabMiv orihopri»ni shpTitt and L. W. Cockerlll VS. Mrs. 

Seventh Race- Mile and Severn V 'Ajdi. K-,rrhi,i and W Palme- 
Contrast (Melocho • ' 



Pinals of the mixed and men's 
doublea will ba played tUa evening 
at this -Foreatcrs' Hall. Cormorant 
Street, aa the annual championship 
staged by the CaptUl City afid Dis- 
trict Carpet Bowltaf iMftM nea J 
its conclusion. 

Mrs. Klpchln and W. Palmer ad- 
\anred to the final of the mixed 
double.<s yesterday evening by rea.son 
of their 25-10 victory ovar Mrs 
Jones and A. Manson. 

In the mens singles. V. "Bryant 
entered the .select bra(ket when he 
came through with a 21-14 triumph 
over J. Lalper after a good match. 

Playing In the Spencer Cup com- 
petition for women's rinks, A.O.P.' 
Marionettes defeated the Willo.i.- 
Thistles, 17-11, after a keenly- 
fought ma^. The final wiu be 
'played tomorrow between A-OJ". 
Marionettca and Bsquimalt . 
TONIOVrS PSAW 
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and A. Stewart vs. B. 
A. Man.son. 
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Brilliant Rally Dccidea Game 
Against Raymond— Rcacrvea Play 
Samrt BaS — OoMamllh Oat — 
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walk this morning due to a sprained 
ankJc ^u^^;cd early in last nightl 
conle.vl Oliie conluuied to play, 
and It was ii<»t uniil this morning 
that nio.5t «Jl the lx).vs knew he had 
been hurt. Marlui s ankle is show- 
ing inipiwement each day. and^ 
will start on Wcdnesdav 
^"hr mayor look some ol the bofa 
to Jail this morning, but we wero 
just on a sight aeetog trip of Ray* 
mond's new courthouse, and wars 
soon riismi.ssed Visited the sugar 
beet plant, which Ls the msjor ln« 
du.stiv in this dLstrici AllhougH 
only a small part of the plant i.s In 
operation at thU seaaon we now 
have an idea what we are asUiif 
for when we ask someone to ploaat 
|M»Ns the sugar Attended the local 
theatre at night as their gue-sls and 
so to bed. 

Wednesday, up bright but not SS 
early, and worcfxl ourselves with • 
typical Ri'inoiid breakfast -home* 
made breiid and butter, with plenty 
of cream, milk and buttermilk, 
home -cured ham and all the efig 
one carea^ to eat. 

HORSE BACKING 
Treated us to five saddle h oragj 
this morning, but gave youra tn4> 
a bn>kT '. 'Mi nae with only twa 
speeds, .sldvv aiul .stf>j>. I g'^t off and 
led the brute when I wanted ta 
make time. Poaed for snapshots 
all the way. Am in great SlacoMa 

fort while writing this 

Attended a ( ivic baiiriuet tendered 
bv the Board of lYade an<1 TV>farf 
Club, at which the . hirautenal 
•domment which la now flOttrtah* 
ing on the boys* facea drew mtMH 
comment and a few wisecracks. Wm 
jXT\is(>d the w.isliing of the g'Tfl 
floor this altemoon in an effort 
cut down tha sllefeMM «C Um p)a9S 
ing aurfaoe, 



SCOTTS SCRAPBOOK 



By R. J. Scott 



' RAYMONn, Alia , April 1.5. In | 
a game as dillercnl Irom Monday i , 
.4S night and day, Victoria Domlnoeb , 
drove their way to a 51-43 victory ' 
tonitht over the Raymond UnkMi ; 
Jacfca-io win the right to advance 
to the Western Canada final agalnat 
the Wmnipci; Toilrr.s on April '22 
and 23. The Raymond squM were 

a very different organization in to- j tyhionto AdtII 16 
night s thriller, and the present I ^^''^•^^J* 
champs had to fight every Inch o< tion of a new Canadian body u> ooii. 



Control Trio ofi 
SporU Is Suggested 



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20 OJ5. • • < 

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Thia advertiaemeiit ia not publislied or displayed l»y tlie Li<iiior 
Control Bosfd^sr bjr tht Government of British Columbia. 



Admiration 

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Our Morisata 

Baaier Stylo 

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the way to ek'« out their victory 

With Roil.son, Turner and Nillaon 
scoring seventeen pdtnta between 
them in the first twenty mmutes, 
and Raymond leading by ten points 
at the ten-iiiiiniic mark it took all 
of the lamou.s Uomuiocs attacks to 
drag it down to two points. With 
somb uncanny shooting Raymond 
tallied two^qalek baaksta. but the 
lx>minoe.s were not to be denied, 
and forged to the front seconds be- 
fore the whi.stle at 27-28. 

The second half was a repeti- 
tion of tlw flrat. atthoufh Domin- 
>es never lost their lead even though 
the fighting Jacks tiod it once at 
thp .start and again at forty-three 
all. Peden and Andrews had left 
the fhjor on personals The Dom- 
ino suba iierformod brilliantly. Mot- 
tiahaw arid Chock Chapmair~MfMB~ 
throiuih the tired Jacks' defence for 
baskei.s. wid Art Chapman left the 
floor on personals With neeonds to 
go everybody played well and Mar- 
tin showed Uttla aign of hla apralned 
ankle. It was a great game, with 
both teams looking like champions. 

TVBHDArS HAPnillllOB 

OlUe Ooldamlth waa unable t 



trol fof>tball lacronse and hockey 14 
suggested by M. E F Kellev. of To» 
ronto, president of the Canadla^ 
Amateur La cr oaaa Union. Mr. Kal* 
ley's atatement eana •k aoaukwnt atf 
the change In the amateur nUefc 
madf at the annual meeting of^h j 
Canadian Amateur HodMy Aggag|ia 
tion. i 
'■I would like to aae an organlaoa 
tlon formc<| on tlie three prlnclpi| 
group sp<^>rtA of the country hi 
said. "We would call it the Athleti| 
Association of Canada, sUlke out I 
word amatevr altatetlwr attd 

our oa n .show " 

He suggested aswjriate members 
ships, baseball, aoftball and baskata 
ball. Thf ttag with the 4tmai«Hi 
Athletle Unkm of Canada wouM bf 
severed and that bodv •xomM h/- I'fl 
in control of track and field sporty 
he added. / 



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Derby fa-.'.' it : n .[lorkllng works 

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14 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICToi I A I; r , 



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FIN ANCE-^ eOMMERCE - MARKETS 



Security Prices 
Move Upward at 
New York Mart 



NEW YORK. April IS i/P). — , 

■timulated by further jencouraglng ' 
newa from ttM doniMUe •conomlc: 
Iront, ttoeiN today ftopped on the! 

upward trail. i 

Iiiclu.stnal speclaltiM l^d the re- j 
covpiv witii geiieral galas running' 
Xrom Iracilons to 2 point*. T here 
were scauered l^sueci tBM BUQutfea 
to push, up about 5. 

The Aaaodated Pma average of 
60 pqulUf'.s failed to cancel -ts lav- 
y' li." prfViOii.s .session, alllujutjli it • 
gf>i bark 4 of a ix>iiu at 64 2. The; 
ilghineM of dealing* waA exem-^ 
I»tlf led • by ■4he volume' of transfers 
whkh amounted to only l,S13.oeo 
ahares against 2,061.260 In yexter- 
da\'.s iTt.i'i' 

Tli^ .siiKkhl(Klt'rs' annual Amer- 
Jf iii l>lrphc|i)p nipei-ing heard that 
the Bell Syalem earnings for the 
twelve months to FMmiary 29 were 
equal to 17 43 a share, compared' 
w;Lh $ j 96 in llio preceding period. ' 

Ouu«tanfllin< .share performers in- 
cluded Cas«, up 3 1-2 at 170 1-2, and! 
Westlnghouae u0 i at 131. 

U.8. ateel got up 1 !•• at 70 7-l,j 
end Bethlehem Improved 3'i at 
e; 1-8 .\MiPii< till Telephone gained 
a-4 at 186. General .Mulorn re- 
covered 1 1-3 at 69 3-8. 
_ A atroof rally in UJB. Q«vemment 
%onds waa the prtnetpal feature of 
trading In the listed market Allbi- 
Chalniers 4's were up 2 1-8 at 
140 1-8. and American Rolling Mill 

German 7V Mlltat ex-in«ere»i 
dropped 7 3-8 point* to 33 

tbe foreign list. - 



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CALGARY LIVESTOCK 

CALGARY, Aprt; IS O). — Cattle 
market, ateady at opening with 

active tradint?. Good to choice 
butcher st«er.i. 4 .^0 to 5 00; common 
to medium. 3.2j to 4.25. Good to 
choice heifers. 3.50 to 4.25; common 
to medium, 3 75 to 3.35. Good fed 
eatvea. 4.00 to 4.50: medium, 3.25 to 
3.50. Good cows. 275 to 3.00; com- 
mon to modiuin. 1 75 to 2 25. Good 
bulK 330 to 2 75 Good lA^jCholce 
veal calves. 5.00 to 6.00; 'OOmmon tO 
medium, 3.60 to 4 M 

No hogs iold u;* o inxjn. Yester- 
<iay.s prlce.s: S«'leci..4, 8 50; bacons, 
«.«0; butchers, 7.50, off trucks. 



FOREIGN EXCHANGE 



MIW YORK. A»rU U lAfK-ft- 
ricn MdMWfo sisaar. amtsllsai la 

crnU. 

Prtnca — Drmaad, 81*^ : eaMM. 

• 5«<«. 

Italy Dtmantf. 1.N: MblM. T.M. 
Dtmantf : 

Brltlum- 11*2. , 
rifrmanv Ptm. 4aSti Nf. ttavtl. 
If. 75 r»f rommtrolal. t\M, 

Hr,.l«nd r7 92 
S'.r A «^ 24 §2 

B*fdn» a.^ 4S. ■. . 

D«nmark--n.Oe. 
riBland -2jaw. 
h « 1 1 >i» rlane->n.8t. 
H;-ain--13.ea . ~ 

Portutal 
Ora« e » M. 
Poland— 

Cit^chalw%*!<l«-4 M. 
Jufoalavia-'I.}!. 
Auttrta— la.Wt. 
Hungary- 29 M. 

R«iaanl8--.70 - 

Ananima--23 tS. 
Braill- - 3 58 

Tokio 21 

Sliar.ahal 20 00 

Honck4ni--23 70 

MMlce Olty— 27 M 

Monlr*al itn Naw York'> -OOll'. 

New York <tn Montr«ali — 100 U t 



KTEBI-ING EXrHANGC 

NEW YORK. April IS lAPl Quo- 

lationa in doUara. Oamand, 4.M'i; 
cablaa. 4.Mm sUtiudiaLMUs. '<.Mtfr. 



MINES CLOSE 
ON JW ^ 

Prices Ease With Recession 
In Trading Volume at 
Vancouver Exchange 



VANOOUVCR. AprU IB CK.—Mck 
of demand brought an easier trend 
on the Vancouver Stock Exchange 
loda.\'. Thp sails voUuiic failed to 
equal the tialf-way mark of yester- 
day as tramaeUons t^talad 4)0>T3 
•hares. " ! 

Active issues in the knininc seet'lon 

i ( lased mostly lower. Bralorne wa.s 
off 35 at 7.50, and .Minto Gold lost 

'3 at 81. Two-cent declines were 
n oted, In Pre mier at 3J3, Reno at 
m, an4 Kootsnay Ue at 68 



Scattered Issues at 
Eastern Exchanges 
Show Small Gains 



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A. 


E. AMES & 


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KatablUbf4 IMO 






imrMTMBNT SECVaiTBi 




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MONTKKAL 


TOaONTO 


tONDON. ENr.I 4vn 


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VICTOaiA 


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A r Rf<lii( ' ]On 


101 


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191 




Alliad Clianiical* 


301 


300 


300 




.AiUt Cbalaara 


4S-> 


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4»-2 


Amtrlean Can. 


12S-2 


121-2 


134 


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Am>r. CalanMc 


31-7 


27-4 


37 


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Amar. U>comott\r .... 
Amar. Radiator .* . . 


30 




30 




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33 3 


33 


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Anar Rolllni Milli .. 


30-4 


3* 3 


30 


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113 


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AmiT Tel it TH. . . 


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105 2 


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Atn'r Tob;irr(> 


91 7 


91 4 


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30-1 


3* 5 


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22-S 


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Auburn .... 


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31 


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Baldwin t.«r.oinolivr 


3-7 


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31-4 


22-4 


21 


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147 4 


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165 




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Ooatrtl Blartrle 


41 


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Oanarat Motora 


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21 1 


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34 


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51 


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U3 4* 


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113 


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K*nr«rol' Copper . . 


40-7 


40- 3 


40- 7 


Kre«?» 


■:} 1 


"2 




1 


lamb'rl Co 


23 1 


21 4 


21 


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3* 


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45 3 


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23 3 


33 1 


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Maek Trufk 


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JiathaaoQ Atkall 


32 4 




32 


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Mailran Baaboard . . 


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3-. 7 


34 


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73 4 


75 




Mo""i"i"» rhemleal 


100 




100 




W^uiedn'frv Ward . . 


43 4 


43 


43 




Uolnr Wheel 

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14 4 


19 


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30 1 


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70 


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Mali RiM-iiii 


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34 3 


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33 3 


33 


22- 


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Nn'i nuiilJer'aa 


SJ-I 


34 3 


24 


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>ln'l ro«er * t.llc 


11-4 


II 3 


11 


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N»* York Oi'iral 


41 


40 1 


40 


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Jloriii Amer. Co 


30 7 


5« 3 


31 


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North Am^r.' Aviatlvn. 


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Noriharn Paeifia 


22-4 


83 


33 


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Ohio Oil 


14 




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37 7 


37 2 


37 


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11 4 


11 7 


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24 3 


33-3 


33 


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44 4 


44 


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Ttillllp' PaU 


40 .1 


4.1 7 


40 


4 


oilman 


44 • 


44 .4 


44 




Fure Oil . 


21 S 


21 3 


:i 




Hadlo 


17 4 


12 2 


12 


4 


Neni Rand 


3J 4 


73 


27 


4 


Repiihl'r Iron * Ste'l 


34 4 


34 1 


24 


3 


Reynold » Tob 


M 7 


W 3 


37 


2 


BaraikK)' ntorr* 


31 % 


1? 7 


13 


3 


|trlieii|e\ 


4 - 


44 4 


44 


4 


4leari Roebuck 


«4 ' 


M 


M 




Shall , unian 


17-3 


17 


17 


t 


Bot^nr Vseuum 


IS 


14 7 


13 




•eulharn Paeifle 


37 •» 


30 3 


37 




Boutharn Rh 


17 < 




17 


4 


Bperry Cornn . 


30 3 


30 


30 


3 


•tsMard Brando 


!• 2 


l« 


1* 


1 


aundard OoO 


7-4 


7-2 


T 


2 


aiaadard Oil. Cal. . 


44 


4>-7 


U 


7 













ROYALITE CLOSES 
PROSPEROUS YEAR 



olhilU Oil Hai4 Profit While 
Seathwest retc and Dalheasie 



CALGARY. April 16 Kf .— Profit of 
8870.817 in 1035 after allowing for 
depletion oif 8344.753 and deprMla- 
tlon of 8478,620, wa.4 reported by the 
Royallt« O.l CompaJiy. Limited, in 
a report Lwiied here today. After 
payment of Dominion and Provin- 
cial Income taxea the net profit for 
the year #as 87S».172.41. Total In- 
come wa.s $1.6.10.864. 

The report Allowed an earned sur- 
plus of 83,361M3. Dividends paid 
during the year amout»tad to $1.>^ 
046 J30. Tbe oxcaas of currdnt assets 
over currant UaUUttea amounted to 
83.784,424. 

Hie Pootbilla .011 and Gas Com- 
pany. Limited, a company, which 
like Royalite. U an Imperial Oil 
.Mibsidlarv r'poiU'd .1 ikh profit, of 
$lf>0.">6 So'.iihxp.>i Pei.roleam Com- 
pany h,ul an optijUng deficit of 
8407,840, and Dalhousie Oil re- 
ported a k>aa for IMS. before pro- 
vidlnc (or depletion of $MTO. 



TORONTO MINES 
AKE IHIpllUR 

Central Patricia Gains Thir- 
teen Cents — Other Sec- 
ondary Golds Softer 



TORONTO. April 15 itf.— Central 
Patricia Ie4~'tlie' Hat foe actloii' and 
price appreeiatton on the Toronto 
mining market today, trading 
31.000 shares and cloelng 13 cents 
up at 3 50. 

McWattera, Maoaasa. Pickle Cro\. 
and Pamoor. all down 3 .to 4 eents, 
were heavy traders, while Issues ad- 
vancinpr several renf.^ each Included 
Chibouganiau I.it'lr Lonif Lac. Mc- 
Kei^e, Premier, Reld-Authier, San 
Antonio and QuebaeiAnlnf. 

Chlbotigamau advanced to 1 .^8 
and clo.wd at 1.45, up 10 cents net 
Among the penny l.s.sues on the up 
side were Clericy. Aslwja.. FBderal 
Klrkland. and Rowey. 

Bralom^ dosed at 7.70, for a net 
lose of 8 cents. Dome. Mclntxre. 
Pioneer and Teck-Hufhea weakened 
lightly. Wright -Hargreaves gained 
10 cents. Sherntt-Gordon .steamed 
up in the tnule.. 51,000 aharea chang- 
ing hands on a price apprpriation 
of 12 cents ta 138. Norandi ad- 
vanced 1-2. and Palconbrldg'-. 
Waite -Amulet and SudbUiy Ba.sln 
tinned 5 cents each. 



Pioneer Gold reglstMod an advance 

of 10 St 10.10, while Sheep Creek 
St 68 and Gold Belt at 43 each 
gained 3 cenUs. Cariboo Gold 
Qtuuru was up 1 at 1.41 and Den- 
tonia a fraction at II li3. The re- 
maining gold issues were unchanged 
to fractionally lower. 

In the ba.se ni";aLs. B.C. Nickel 
w.i.s up 3 1-2 at :t:i 1-2 and Big 
Missouri 2 at 63. Pcnd Oreille at 
M and Goleonda were both off S 
cents. 

Oils were quiet. Home was up 4 
at 1.10, and Nordi a firmr>l a cen" 
at 21. Ranchnien s dropped 3 to 57, 
DalhoiUiie 2 at 55. .and Cro w .s N- i 
1 1-3 to 11. Calg2U7 it Edmonton 
was steady at 1.36. 



at ..3IS: .S.1 



Dominion Bondi 



(Banit * Walnwr. 



Ltd 



' Unm. of Can 



C 14 B 







Bid 


A.4ked' 


1037 


> 


107 30 


lOa 375 


1937 




103 73 


104 75 


193« 


5 


nil .".0 


102 50 


1949 


4 • 


loe 2'> 


107 25 


1940 


I ' 


109 7S 


1 10 7S 


1!>4I 


3 


!I2 73 


113 75 


1942 


n 


103 75 


104 75 


1*43 


3 


113 75 


114.73 


1044 


4' 


111 73 


113 00 


1045 


4 ' 


KIR 00 


109 00 


t*4« 


4' ■•■ 


Ml : •. 


1 13 00 


■ •40 


3' . 


;03 00 


104 00 


l«53 


4 


10« (7'« 


107 75 


It5« 


4 


100 .30 


no 373 


1937 


4 


109 


no r.o 


liJiH 


4 


n9 7 > 


I in (423 


19.-.'i 


4 


I0» (75 


1 10 7 -. 


1*35 


3 


•itt 


••00 


1931 


♦ • 


113 73 


114 00 


l*3« 


4 


113 23 


114 50 


I9-.7 


4 


111 00 


112 25 


1 


4 . 


lU 50 


IK 75 


loao 


3 


n« 2s 


117 75 


l»7n 




117 73 


no 00 


l')-,4 




IIS 00 


ll« 50 


IP .1 


( 


'>7 2-> 


9a ?-i 


1944 


1 


in? 12'. 


103 373 


lO.-.n 


.1 


17 75 


N2S 



i\vw York (iiirh 

<R. A .Mumber. Ud > 
Bid 



Plan a "Spa of CWa" 

WEEK-END 

'6 



A beaatlfal retraat In tall 

t\nT\ of Bprlnttlme Raatiy 
and nnlrklr rearhed 75 mlTe* 
from Vanrou^er bv a no Kx- 
cellont roada n*iiv r pn and 
C.N.R train* and otav une 
hiiaae^ Bend for llltisl rated 
hook. ■8e>en Slepn lo Vibrant 

Health It wUi Arip you plan 
tna Ideal vaeailln. 



Per day, 
«llh room 
and bath, 
laclvdlni 
lit. 




Ill ^'w^ 



HOT SPRINGS 



HOTIL 



Aiini Cvnamld "B" 

Ainu Biiper . . .... 

Aniii 0«« ri'rtrle 
A«'0<- i\ted Oa» lire A" 

Brrr.ili»n 

Cltlea Service 

Klae Bond 

r»rd "A- •* 

Ford of rnalaiid 

Hudson Bar 

Mumble Oil 

IntI Pp4# . i ........... ». 

Imperial Oil 

Newmont 

Pioneer 

Standard Oil. Keiiiurkr . 
Ann Aluminum 
United n»» 

I'll lied row * iJie A' . 
Niatare -Hud'oii po»»t .. 
OiKtiller* o( mnand 

fl'ilf Oil 

Mla.5 Corpn 

Matoanl 

Piak ■.«..... 

Creo pete. 

ford 

Lakathnre 

Teek MuihM 

Harla' 

r«rk»r Ru4tpro«f 
Wrlt'it M«rKrea\ea 
Bun»hiiir ^n'n« 
Pramler 

CANADIAN DOLLAR 

AND POUND RATES 



•••^•••« 

aoapaoaa 



3«',' 

3'. 
3T'. 

1'. 
\\\ 

4'. 
3(3 H 
34'. 

8 

20'. 
••'. 

27'i 

n\ 

•2' . 

10 

!•'• 

Its 

a*, 
i' 

9 •. 
34 , 
• I 

13'j 
2 

• '• 
2t'. 
•H 

13 't 
4' ■ 

14«. 

24'. 
7«. 

1»<* 
2>« 



A»ke1 
30 '. 

2''. 
211'. 
!». 
13't 
3 

J3V 
34 , 
I'. 
37 
70 
37-. 
33. 
' 94 
10'. 
11'. 
141 
%"< 

9i 

23 
•1 
13 'i 
2'* 

»S 

MS 

4-, 
II 

3«'. 

7'. 
1»' 
2S 



(Mara, aate 4k Co., L d 



Arme '.. 

Bacamac 

Base Metala 

I Baar KxploraU04l ...... t... 

Baattia 

Bl« MiaMuri 

Boblo . . 

Bralorne 

B R X 

Buffalo Aiikerite 

C a E. Corpn 

Canadian M«lartlc 

Cariboo 

Central Pairlcia . , 

Chemical Research 

Ohiaauaamau 

Coast Copptr 

Conlaunim 

Vmn\» 

KIdorado 

Palroiibridae , , . 

God a iJike ; 

Oranada ... i,. ^ 

Oreene Staboll ^. 

Ounnar .*. 

Holllnaer 

Home Oil 

Hover .• 

Hud'on Bar 

Jar>;<on Manlon 

Kir'-.!i«nd Lake 

take lior' 1 : 

f ittt" \*int Lac 1 . 

Uaraaaa 

Maple I 'r^f 

Mrlnl"r» 

MrKen'ie Red Ijk* 

MeVlitie oraharn 

VrWatters 

Min'nr Corpn 

Morr,> Klrkland 

lull NlrWrl 

Nlpiii.«li>: 

Nnranda 

rsrkliill 

r«vpi»\'er .', 

P'Md Oreille 

Perron Oofd 

P'rkle f-otr 

Pioneer 

Premier 

Reld Au'hier 

Reno 

novallle 

Bai\ AntonMr 

^harmt Oerdon ■ 

aiaroe 

8 Anihon* 

••edaroii-' 

* idhiirv Basin 

Pii'li' »n 

avl\anlie 

Te-k-Huches 

Toh'irn i .. . 

Ventures 

WtY^lde 

^ntht>Kortr*avM 

central llanltaka 



Boud (^uut;ilioii!t 

iBurA* a Walnwritht. Ud.> 
m'N<riP4i 



UONTMBAL, April IS CT.— Lead* 
ing eurrenctea eased sllghUy on 

Montreal foreign exchange.14 today. 
Pound ^trriinif dipped 1-8 of a cent 
to $4 17 7 li. whUji the Prench 
franc was off .01 o( a emt at «.63 
omMb: The tTnHe4 0to|«B«gtar was 



Bid 


A.sked 


.14>j 


.15 


.07', 


.07', 


.22 


34 


.42 


44 


122 


1 39 


.•2 


.6.1 


14 


14 


7 30 


T 7i 


10 . 


17 


5 00 


5 03 


1 28 


I 30 


1.14 


1 15 


1.22 


1 44 


2.30 


3 32 


1.01 


1 l.« 


1.44 


1 45 


2.oa( 


3 50 


221'^' 


7 39 


44 3* 


4^ J> 


1.02 


1 04 


2.13 


• M> 


.M 


.■• 


.3« 


23 


.•or 


.03 


•« 


90 


14 62 . 


14 97' 


1 0« 


1 10 


•4 


03 


3«75 


27 00 


47 


47'; 


43 


45 


53 00 


33 jO 


a 70 


%M 


3 73 


2 7* 


in . 


It 


41 23 


41 7.> 


1 31 


1 53 


.24 


24 


1 43 


1 45 


; 7' 


1 ".3 


41 


03 


49 .30 


49 h; ' 


3 32 


2 33 


34 7S 


.33 00 


31' 
73 


33 


•0 


90 


1 4S 


1 50 


« 73 


« so 


10 13 


10 25 


3 30 


2 33 


3.1« 


2 17 


11* 


II* 


20 73 


31 -S^ 


3 30 


7^3-' 


1 •:9 


1 41 


3 39 


3 4" 


22 


23 


30' 


31 ' 


4 05 


4 20 


03' 


04 


2 40 


3 42 


4 40 


4 01 


I 40 


1 43 


2 '2 


3 13 


'5', 


10'. 


7 70 


7 ft5 


17'.. 


12 



MOaNINT. SALES 

Oil* 

Amaltamaled — l.jOO a' 12 i 

A P Con so at .17 1.000 at II 

C * r 03 at 1 25 20 at 1 37. 300 at 
1 Z». 100 at 1 29 

lliirn<- -'00 at I - ■ 

McLeod 200 at 32 

Vsnalta- 200 at Od. 300 at .OS'i. 

Anaeonda--4,000 at .05 

Crow > Nest 500 at 12 I,OM at .Wt. 

Dalhousie 50 at 55 ISO at .M. 

Freehold- 3.003 at 07': 

M.«l tsuod .300 at 17'.: 3.000 at .1*. 

Mar Jon-1.000 at .33<.i. 1.000 St .34'j 
tbatl. 

Nerdon— 1.200 at .21: 
at 33. 

Paralta I.OOO «t 07 

Ranebmcu'fr- i.oon si to 

RoraUtO-t« at 30 10. 

Mlaea 

Bit MIlMurl-SOO at M: 100 at SS. 
Brslorne— 100 at 7(0; SOS at T.dii •• 

SI 7 70 

n l( C .n 3 ,iOO at .07*s.' 

B K X 2.'iOO at .17. 

Carihoi) 400 at I 40. 

Qold Bell 300 at .43 

laland Mountain— •• at 1 33: SM at'1.24. 

Kootenay Belle- 1.000 at ••: 1«0 at .10. 

Mak aicrar I .'>00 at Ol'i. ' 

Plonei-r 100 «t 10 25. 

Premier 100 at 3 33. 

R9n»— !•• at 1.10. 200 St 1 I*. 

SallT-MOO at 13 

Sheep Creek 7 *00 h' 44. 2.500 at 07 
1,000 at 47 1,000 Rl 4« 

Wayside— 4.500 at 16 100 at .16'. 
2S at .17. 

BC. Nickel 3.750 at 21: 200 at 31'.-: 
100 at 32 1.300 a' 33 1.000 at 34. 1 000 
*t 34 2.000 at 3.3 

Canadian Rand 11 200 at ,11.. 12.000 
at IP.: 3.300 at 13. 

Con«reaa^-500 at 21: 3.000 at .31':, 
3.000 at 33. 

Dtctalor-1.000 at 02<^-. 

nun « ell 800 St 03' 

Fairvlew '•no al 07'.- 1,500 at 07'i 

Federal 2.000 at .10'.' 1.200 at .11 
3400 St ll'a: 300 at \\\. 

Gold Mountain -1.200 at .12' . 

Oolforids 7 000 if 17; 100 at M 

()ra'io<> l.noo 01'.. 3.000 •( .04 

Orull Wlhksne- 500 at .10. 

Htdtor Amsl«omalted--l.SOO. at .32. 

Home -100 at 04'-. 

Mer.dinn 100 at 10. 

M'nto 7 500 ai. .7S:. 7.iS0 ..' "i 7 330 
at 00: l.tOOWt kl 4.S00 at 12. 300 at 13 

Nlr.olt-3.000 at 11'.. 

Noble Plve- 2.000 ai 04 

■Pend Oreille .30 at 93. 900 at .IS. 

Pilot 4 200 nt or, 

Ouesnelle Qusri: 19 100 at II 

Rellanre i.ooo el .0«S: 11.300 at Od*.: 
1300 at 0I'< fnoo Pt 07: 3.000 at .07'; 
'b«i: «.200 at 07' 4.300 a' 07' 4.500 
nt 07S: 8.000 at 07 . 250 at 0( 

Relitf Arllnalon -300 «l 33: 1.000 •! 
33 1.000 at 34 . . 

Reward -5.000 at OJI 

Bilvcrueat- A 000 at «to^ 

B'lver»n«'»h--''.00<V at ' 02 

T-. 'or Windfall -000 -at 17 ' 

V 1- 11- 4.300 at 00 4.000 e' O*". 

Wavet'j »1000 at Of',; 2^.000 at OI's: 

iroeo at Of 

ladaatriala 

Ooaat Breweries Ritlile -310 a( 4 73 



MOimUBAL. April 15 CK.— Inter- 

listed i.vue.3, respondiiiK to .strength 
In Wall Street, got ahead of the 
weaker domestic stocks in an other- 
vi lse dull session on Montreal Stock 
Exchange today. 

Nickel gained 1 3-1 and Noraada 
added l-T. 

Bathur.st. St Lawrence Corpora- 
tion preferred and St. LawTcnce 
Paper preferred were t/Ltmttom 1'4 
to le3. ■ 

Iiflnefe were slightly mixed. Oams 

of 5 to 8 tents were boarded for 
Pickle Crow. Reid-Auihier. Siscot- 
and Con^fihdated Chibougajnau. 
nhile Teck-Hughes was off 15 cents. 
Venturea eased a^t 10 eents. 

A generally higher trend ruled 
for the unr 



TORONTO EXCHANGE 

TORONTO, April 15 <r.— Without 
working up much enthusiasm, tho 
Toronto industrial share market 
managed to acctmiulate enou::h 
Rains today to move the Index for- 
ward about a third of :i point. 
Turnover was only 25,000 .shares. 

International Nickel closed Just 
under 50, for a net gain of 1 1-8. 
Brailllan Traction and Ford "A" 
added 1-8 to 1-4 each • 

Di.slillpr.s-.Seagrains. mast active 
of the distillery Lssucs. moved up 
5-8. Bre«-ers & Distillers lost 5 
cents. Oils gained fracti&ns. while 
steels and powtn wetr nosed. — 



<C M. Oliver k, Co 



7( P Orata 



i.tii 1 



B.C. Pomer A" 




If'; 


30'. 


B C. Power "B" 




4\ 


4', 


Buildini Product* ... 




35 >. 


3t 


Beatt) a Bona 




3'i 


3'/. 


BiUmore Hata 




S2U 




Bell Telephone 




141 


148 


Blue Ribbon 




1 


4'. 


Bre« ini Corpn ..... 




S 


3'. 


Bruck 811IC Mllla .... 




12 


13S 


Caaada Bud 




• 


%\ 


Oaiiada Bread ^ 




4'. 


4% 


Canada Canaaf^-^ 




4>« 




Cani|da Oomant . 




7». 


Canada Car A f^>undr 




• >• 




Canada Maltinv 




21 


ii'i 


Canida Wire tt Cvhir 


K 


2 


3'i 


Canada Wire a Cablr 




W 


13'. 


Can Oenaral Bloetrlr 




ISd<. 


137 


Canadian Olli 




15 


13'. 


Csiisdlsii Parifu 




12'. 


13 


Cosmos Imp Mills . . 




20'. 


20 •. 


Consumers Oaa, 




20»— 




Outillers-Seatrama ... 


■ • ■ 


U>. 


22<i; 


tteminlon Brldso .... 




2T', 


3T39 


Oommioii Store* .... 




• 


• U 


Ford - A" 




«4S 


24 \ 


General ^Steet Ware* . 




a«. 


4'« 


Gypsum' 




7 


7'. 


Hamilton Brldtt 




. 4'.- 


4S 


tliram Walker 




3t 


m'l 


Imper.al Oil 




33'. 


23'. 


Imperial Tobacco .... 




13' 


IS'i 


Intl. Petroleum . . 




27 ». 


30 


Intl Nickel 




49', 


49 \ 


tndiiMrl^l AU'ohuI A 




9'. 


9'. 


Indusiriiri Alcoliol B 




7 


1 


ItMl Utilities A 




10 


13 . 


Intl Utilttias B 




1 IS 


1 30 


Lake of the Woods 




lOS 


ISO 


Laura Beeord 




•I'.- 


«7'i 


Lobtaw ■ A" 




19\ 


19'. 


1/Oblaw B- 




17 , 


17'. 


MrCcU-Frontenar 




18 ■. 


lb'. 


National Steel Car .. 





14 


15 


P*«e Her.*ey 






•«\ 


Pn*er Crrpn 




14'. 


l.S 


I M rr s Majest'.C 




4' 


4 . 


nhawiniaan 




21'. 


Btcol Of Canada 




rr 


io 


BANK<4 






Bank of Canada 




8« 


37'; 


Canadian Rank of Comuur; ■ 


151'. 


1.S4 


I'" nana— r»-*r- 

Iii ■ 11 .Ilk . . 




7'i« 


710 
711 


H i::i. . ( .Montreal 




183 


tf)« 


Bank of Nr\« Srnli.. 






7(1 . 


Royal Bank ... 


-.A .t.j-:^ 


_lilL_ 


172 '« 


Bank o( Toronto 




iso 


as* 



X $10,000 DOMINION OF CANADA 

2*7% aabsldlie4 B«ada.naa 1931 

PRICF f** 03 \Mi INIIKIvl ^III DIVr. 3 (W"! 

BURNS i 

4U-«-1 MMral Ms. 



WAINWRIGHT, LTD. 

Pk04M0 O SU7-MSS 



Christopher Limited 



BROKERS 
GEOl^N H I'l.OOR, CENXR.\l, 



i.DiNi; 



Conn r A' 



4i:i .. 



NO BETTER INVESTMENT 

l-'or 8arr'> , Hiah Yield Tlisn • - wr" c ..r r mortuaob- 

PEMBERTON & SON, LTD. 



SM roar stbbit 

FOREIGIi CURRENCIES 
COMPILED JULBASIS 
OF. CANADIAN DOLLAR 

MONTREAL. April 15 O).— Brit- 
ish and foreign exchange closed 
higher. > 

Brasll. mllreis. .0680: Indls. rupee. 
J786: Jspan, yen, J910; New Zea- 
land, pound, 4.0183. ' - 



London Stocks 



MunielpalMT of 


E.'.oulni." 1' 






5% I9«3 






ifi no 


Clt'- of Victoria j 


1943 




99 .30 


Cilv of Van'-o.,' f r 


. 1909 




_>l 30 


Greater V«i;rn i 


T Water 






Dlsir i-t 4 . 


1947 


91 50 


100 .30 


Cltr e( rdmonioii 


4 '. . laoi 




»2 75 


Cltr of Edmonton 


7 , . 1941 




101 50 


Citv of Montreal 5 


. 1943 


103 00 


104 00 


ri' of Qii»he' 3'. 


1»53 


100 .30 


10* 30 


ToroM'o Hsrhor 4 


. 1953 ■ 


IM.OO 


lOdOO 


PB0\ IN( tAL 






Proi o( Alberia 4 


. ".937 ' 


. • . ■ 


7«.33 


Prev. of Alberia 4 


.. 1M1.. 


.... 


•2 28 


Pror of Alberta » 


I9.33 ... 


.... 


•2 33 


Pro< of Alberta •' 


-. 1»47 ... 


.... 


•3 • 


Pro> of B c 4 .. 


I»»T 


.... 


90 .' s 


Ptov of B C. 4 . 


. 1900 .... 


. . 


•• 2. 


Prev. of a C. 3- 


1933 .... 




• 1 25 


pto» •f b r V 


'943 .... 




*2 25 


Pro. of B C 4- 


I94T 




93 35 


Pro' of ManMobs 


4 . I9S7 


9. 


99 35 


P.-ot of Manitoba 


4 . . . 1931 


99 OA 


101 AO 


pTO\ . of Manllnba 


5 ' 1»S9 


101 73 


104 ^3 


Ptov of On la r.o « 


!••« 


102 75 


lOl* 73 


Prov of Ont»rio • 


, 1945 . 


100 7» 


1 10 73 


ProT. of Quebec 4 


. . 193* . 


I00 5fl._ 


.uififl.. 


Prov of Qiieher 4 


. I9<2 


11133 


11323 


frov of Na.k 4 


1954 


•3 75 


93 1.3 


ProT of Bask 4 , 


. 1*31 . . . 


• 1 75 


•3 75 


Prov. of Bask. 5'.. 


!••• 


•2 73 


•5 It 


ProT.otBaak S't". . 1M2.... 


M73 


•1 35 


riev. or Boat. . 


tsu...... 


, H.T> 


M 38 



ArreBN04iN salis 

OUa 

Amaltamaled 1.300 at 13 

A P Con ?00 at 19 

C K- r -"no at I 7i 300 at 1 3« 

Iloire ■>n «• 1 12 
Model 200 at .75. 
Vaplta-SOO at .00 ' 
Anarenda 3.000 el OS. 
Baltar- 3.000 at 03'. 
rro« s Nest -lOO *. 13 : 200 01 I2'i 
Freehold' I.OOO at 07'.. 
HIthwood ' OOO at 17-» 
Mer-iirr 300 at '* 
Nordon I '.00 ft •'7 
FTsnrl'inen . 7flO ei 00. 
' no\ «li:e 1 ai 310 

.tline. 

B ( Mi'. O'irl 100 St 44 

Brilorne SO at 7 43 

B R Con 1 .300 at 07 . 

B R X -700 at 10' 1.000 91 I* 

nenlonia 70O ti 

Island Mo'in'siii 3no nt 1 37 

Kooeiisv B-11- 300 ft '-OO at CJ 

National Siher < 000 at r,3 

Pioneer— 200 at 10 13 

Premier 400 at 3 33 

r»eno -I.ooo at I 19 100 at 1 li 

Sheei> Creek 300 at 47 1.700 %i 49 
2.000 at 49' 1.000 at M' ib^Oi. 400 
■t •• 

Tavlnr Rr dae 000 at II 
Wavsid* I Ono et 13 I 000 l« 
B-c N;fkel 2.000 at 34 
Contreaa- 500 at 31'. 3.000 at 33 
Oa^aSMn IUnd-l.eee at .11'.: T.soo 
• t 13 

nictsinr 1.000 at 03',. 
Dunwell 1000 at 03'- 
Pawn-^3.»00 at 40; 2.»ee it U; S.MO 
al 4K 

Falrvlew 1.S0S St .07*,. 
Federal -1.000 at tl' 
Gold Mountain 3.500 at 

•3' • 

Meridian 100 at t^ 
Minto- « 900 at 91 ' 100 at «3. 
Nicola 1.300 at 'I: 300 si '2 
Pilot - 7 000 SI 00 300 at 00', - 
O'le.nelle Oiier'r ! OOfl <i • 13 
''•llan'e 19.700 s' n: 
Reward 200 nt Ot 7 000 at Ot 
janverrresi^l.Oeo at SSIa. 

vikinc~2.aen »< ss'^. 

Waverley— lS,iee at .Si's. 



WHEW PRICES 
OAlNJJpHTLy 

Reports of Crop Deteriora- 
tion in U.S. Send Winni- 
peg Values Higher 



WINNIPEG, April 15 — The 
Wheat market responded ip no un- 
certain fa.shlon ♦,oday to alnrinlnK 
clop-diMenoration repor'.3 iroin ihe 
Ln.ied States Soulhwe't Ne. price 
advAUces of 3-4 to 7-8 cent a.Jbusliel 
"'ere registered. 

Off a half -cent early, fuiure 
closed at their highest mark.'; ,>f 'Jic 
day. May at 81 7-8. July 82 ;-8 to 
83. and October 83 7-8 cents. 

Coupled with the bullish advices 
from the Winter wheat area a 
good demand abroad ior Cauadad 
wheat Sales of SOOjOO* iMMhela 
were reported. 

The late rally followed a pre- 
closing rash to higher levels at Chi- 
cago, vthere two-cent Rsin.s 3vero 
boarded An advmi' i- o( ihrrt' len!' 
a bu&hel wa.s scored at Minneapo- 
lis, and prU^ at Liverpool were 
7-8d higher. 

Coarse grains prices moved up 
brlsklf with wheat. 



Stocks and Bonds 



(A a. AMga A CO.. nOTORU» 



Bid 


Asked 


144S 


145' 


13 


13'. 


33 


35 '. 


30 3* 




T. 


7'-. 




70 


12 4 


12', 


274 


790 


14. 


14', 


34-, 


24 '4 


7 


7'. 


33 . 


33'. 


13', 


13'. 


4*'. 




37' . 


37-. 


Il . 


16'. 


103'. 


103 '. 


22 U 


n'i 


21 




7 SO 


7 TO 


45 


43 U 


52 •» 


3I'.« 


3 75 


3 77 


54 \ 


55 


10'. 


lO'i 


2 30 


2 32 


1 !4 


1 3.. 


4 in 


4 70 


4 to 


4 70 


2 11 


2 12 


T. 70 


7 to 


105 


lU 


170 


174 



12; 



• t 





ttiNNirrti c.BAlN 






II A 


Hninlx'r. I.td ' 




Wheat - 


P C 


Open llish 


I.o« 


ri'i'>c 


May . 


It'. 


*l 


91 '« 


•OS 


•1'. 


July . . 


(2'( 


•2 


•3 


•I'l 


•2 


Oct .... 


22 


•2 


4 »3\ 


•2'. 


• S2'* 


Oata- 












Moii :.... 


3r, 


31 


31 . 


3r-.- 


b3l'. 


July '. , 


22 


33' 


s 331. 


a31'« 


33 


Oct. .... 


21 >. 


21' 


» »M4 


•21 S 


3\\ 


Rye- 












May .... 


42'. 


42' 


« 43'. 


43', 




July .... 


44 <. 


44 ■ 


. 4< . 


43'' 






45', 


b45 ' 


4C 


43 '. 


48 V 


Barle' 










Mav 


31 . 


39 


39 


a32 > 


32 


Julr 


**'' 


39 


39 . 


31'. 


3«', 


Plax - 












May .... 






1 ■? 


1.30 't 


151'. 


Julr .... 






) ■> 1 ' . 


142 <« 


128' < 




I a«h 


firaln 






Wheat 


1 Msrtl 


«2'. 


1 Nnr 


91 


3 Nor. 79'.: 3 


Nor . 7.-. , 


4 Nor 


. 72. 


3 Nori UH. • 


reed. 52'., 


Peed. 


4«<«; 


Track, tl 


\ AmfceV 


Durum 


No. 1.- 


73'.; 


No 7. 70 


No 3 


42 •. 


No 4. 


39". 


Tr*. k. 75 


A R W 


No 1. 


71 « 


in 7 . 


•9'. No 


3. 47 


' a 


riarnei 


No 1. 


74'». 


No 3. 74' 


t 










Qatft 3 


C W . 


33 . 


3 r w 


. 30'.: 


tt 1 


Feed. 3» 


1 Feed. 


26''. : 


Feed. 


24-. 


3 Feed. 23 


' Track. 


32 . 






Rarlev 


2 R O W 


43*. 0 


R p W . 


44',; 


3 C W. 39 .. 4 


C W 


. 37 . , 


8 C.W . 


2»S: 


• C W . 33'. Track 


3S'. 






a re- 1 C W . 42%: 


2 C W . 


42S: 2 


C W 


32 ». Re) 


No 


2. 


2<'.: 4 


C.W . 


20', 


Tra'k. 43 












Pis'* 1 


N w r 


Ill 


- f W 


147 3 


c w 


13«'. 4 C W . 1 


27'. 


Track. 


1.31'.. 






nitr«o'o (WAIN 






'11 A 


number I,td • 




Wheal 


P C 


Onen Hieli 


1 o»- 


riosr 


Mar 


•9 . 


94 


9S 


94 


99 


Jul» . . 


•»'. 


•• 


90 . 


99 


un '. 


Bept . . 


•7'. 


97 


99'. 


«7S 


IIS 


Corn— 












S ar . . 


•0 . 


•0 


«l 


40*. 


• 1 


.luiy . 


•01, 


•OU SI 


00'. 


•1 


Bept 


S9\ 


' ie< 


1 SO 


8«>. 


•0 


OaU 












May .... 


If 


3k 


. 37 


3«', 


37 


Julr .... 


7r 


30 


27', 


• >«', 


27'. 


aopf 


27', 


27 


. 32 


37'. 


32 


Bye- 












May .... 


, . 


53 


533k 


52 : 


33 . 


July .... 




12 


34 3. 


52 


54'. 


Bept, .. 




33 


34". 


31', 


34 •. 



Bell Telephon* 

Brazilian T L. * P 

B A Oil 

B C Power ' A ' 

Canada Cement 

Canada Cement pfd 

Canadian PaeUtc 

Con Mlnlna a Bmeltins- 

K'anny Parmer 

Ford "A ' 

I Gypsum Lime a Alab 

I Imperial Oil ... . .' 

{ Imperial Tobacco 

Intl Nickel 

I Inn Petroleum ... 
1 MrColl Frontenai- . . 
[ MrCoIl Krontencc pfd .. 
, .Montreal Posr^r com 

Bhawlnlsa;! W. * P. ..... 

Bralorne 

Dome , '. . . 

I.nkrshore 

M ica: sai .i 

Norandn 

Pioneer (iold 

Pifinirr 

Plierriu Cturdou 

Sudbury {ls«in 

Terk Mutlie« 

Venture* 

Wriiht tlartreavea ' 

Bank of MentreiU 

Korai'Bsnk 



.Vlelul .Markets 

U)mX>M. April 15 <Jf\. — Cloflng: 
Copper standard, spot. 131 2> 6d; fu- 
ture. £.37 10s; elrrlrolyllc, .spot. £41 
lO.s; future £41 l.S.s 

Tin. spot, £209 IbS; future, £304. 

Lead and sine unchanged. 

AT NKW VORK 

NEW YORK. April 15 «ypi.— Copper, 
quiet: .electrolytic, spot and future 
9.50: export. 9.20. 

Tin. barely .steady; .s(x)t and near- 
by. 47.00: future. 46.00. 

Iron, quiet; unchanged. 

Lead, steady: spot New York, 460 
to 4 65: pa.st St. Louis. 4 46. ' 

Zinc, dull: Ea.,t St. LouLs. .spot and 
fill ui r. 4 !)0 

Aluininuni. 19 00 to 22.00. 

Antimony, spot. 13.50. 

Vancouver Wlica^ 



LONDON. April 15 i/Pi — Clohlng 
quotations: BraziUan Traction. 
812 1-4; OPR. $12 7-8: Interna- 
tional Nickel. $49 1-2. Hntish Ct'l- 
anese, 12s 6d. Celanese Corporation 
of America. £5 5-8: Central Mining. 
£25 1-4: Courtaulds, 50s: ' Rand, 
Mines. £83-4: Crown Mines. £141-2; 

Rl., rii:'o:,. f 16 1-4. 

H..i;'i British 2 1-2 iier rent Con- 
.sou-^ 18.) 1-4; nntl.sh 3 1-2 per cent 
War Loan, jC107 1-2: British Fund- 
ing 4's, IMO-iM. fins'!. 



Corporation Bond§ 

. iBurns fa Waiuftnalit. Ltd t 

pt'BUp vmirns 

Bid Asked 

nr Pomer 'i ' . 1960 103 23 100 75 

111 l.lppiior.r 3 lyat) ... 104 2.3 107 74 
Br Kle.ir.r fi I'ld .. lOS 75 110 50 

B r Irleph'iiir 4 . I>|il 100 175 100 35 

Beauharnols Power 3 . 1973 3< 75 3* 2S 
Calcary Power 3'. , lOOO .. . 

CPR 5 »54 

Can Nor Power 5'. . 1>,33 
Gailneaii Power "A" • . . {•il 
Intl. Hydro 5' . 1944 
WOatern Power 5 . I94li 

INDLHTBIALK 

Burns Bundlea 5'. . 105I 
Canada Steamships 4'. . 1941 

ri.rmda Tenient 3' . 1947 
fi.-rirrnl Strej Wsre, 4 . 1932 



nOMI 0SU4 



an exceptionally Rood day for jilan- 
niiig or indulKUiK »> 3>iuo sort of 
dramatic entertainment. 

If a woman and April IC is your 
birthday. -you are clever enough to 

take adv.intiiKt' of any oppoitunlly 
that Is presented to you. Your 
diiiilnctlve individuality more than 
likely will make you an outstanding 
personality in either social. or com* 
mercial life. Tliroiich .ome origin- 
al idea you may in.ikc a great deal 
of money. Yuu oukIii lo have tho 
knack of makiiiK any x^aii you 
marry very happy and ia return 
j receive lit. undMiiR devotion." 

Tin- (hild born on Aiiril V8. when 
It re;iche& Its teen.s. may ff^r i\eti' 
irtte erWen e e oF hav wg 
cal OT attistic^ talent. SeV-asstir-- 
anr-e and encoufagemenA Ui| Im- 
piitant for the youngsters success. 

If a man and April 16 is your 
natal day, you should be able not 
only to promote yourself, but any.r 
thing that you feel genuinely en- 
thused about. As a civil or mining 
eaglneei. botani.st. natiirali.s;. agri- 
culturist, author, actor, laHycf of 
eye, ear. nose or throat 
you may achieve renown. 

■» 



F'ed'iel firaiii •' 
MrC'oll froiiienac 
Simpson ■ Ltd. 



1949 
«.. 1«4« 
. t»4^ ... 



100 33 
I0« 35 

103 23 
IS 23 
37 38 

IM.U 

•4 00 

39 75 

in.i -. , 
Kin ,0 
97 no 

104 30 
104 7^ 



101 75 
I0« 35 
104 73 
•9 75 
2* 73 
107 35 

SS.SS 

•0 23 

107 7 
101 7S 
99 50 
I OS 50 
100 35 



What Today Meaos 



VANCOtTVEB. 


April 15 <c'P> - Vancou- 


\er ■•lieni rash 


price*: 






Stra:«ht 


Toueh 


No 1 llMrd 


90 . 


79 S 


No. I Nnr'herii 


79, 


77 . 


No 7 Nor'liern 


a>aaee«»aia.. « 


74'. 


N'l 1 Vorthern 


••••••0«oe*». <> • 


71 ^ 


Nr. 4 Nrirlheni 


72 


49 '. 


No. ■« Wheat . 


44 ■ . 


41 S 


No • Wheal . . 


".1 . 


49'. 


Feed . 


44', 


43', 



Track. 72'*, 



"ABIBS" „ 

If April 1$ is your Mrthday. the 
best hoiuv for you on this dstc are 
from 9:30 t» 11:30 a.m., from 1:30 
to 3:30 pjn. and from 7 30 to 0:30 
Pfn. The danger periods are from 
I 7.30 to 9 :in a ni , fioin 30 to 7 :J0 
' pm. and from 9 30 to 11;30 pin. 
I Persons who think they ran do 
j anything they feel like, and be im- 
' mune to criticism, win have per- 
haps a .sad awakenlnif tju.s da\ 
Atruiacv in slatenieni.^. as well a-s 
I artioii.s. u iiiii>ortant tjiis d.iy. for 
j any laxity in thl.s respect is likely 
I to prove dangerous. Tliere is a 
j great ha/ard in fooU.shlyl subject- 
ing your.self to a:iv undur phv.si- 
ral stiaiii. or llie rr<klrss ir.stinu 
of your powt^rs of endurance, *<> 
during the day do not let anyon' 
tempt you to undertake some sense- 
less experiment. In business there 
Is apt to be a trend to operate on 
small profit.s fo,- rjuuk tiirno\era, 
which might make a an ad\anta- 
geous buyer's market. Married and 
engaged coUples. and those engaged 
in courtship, probably will find this 



DISMISSED CASE 
ENDS HEARINOS 



NANAIMO. April 15 fl» — Mr. 
Ju.stire I>niis Miirphv todav db- 
mi.s.sed an action. brouKht in tjehalf 
of David .Sterrlker. a inliicr of 
Quallcum. against Mrs. Margo Dlgby, 
of ParksvUle, for damages rasultlng 
from an automobile accident. Dls- 
i>osaI of the caae ended the hearing 
of all rivil caaea at the 8prlaf 

size here. '• • 

The youth wsk Ktruck by an autO« 
mobile urlven by Mra. Dlgbjr hear 
Parksvtlle. when he apparently 

dashed onto the rtwd in front of her. 

His Lord.shlp absolved the de« 
fendant of all Mama. 

EGG-LAYING CONTEST 



Kasi- 
901 

1.020 
■27 
0*7 

949 
•4.7 



P.i nia 
904 9 



•1.119 8 
• IS t 
77* « 

• 030 I 

I me 4 
I 034 
•19 

M3e 



Results of the e*«-layins eontM, fbr Ibe 
week endlna April •■ co*tdurled by tha 
Dominion Bxporlmoatal Farm. Bidner, 
follow: 

Tolsis to !>•'• 

IJibt Sasses— 

8 11 Allrorii 

Rkade l.land Bed— 

J Buries. ........ 

Colin r J*rk«ori 

H I, .Jone.^ 

fill' ft It- of P f 

M' >.-i'l I) I'cid 

Ilobiii.^nn Red Hatii h 

P. H Btaverman 

Brottlka Poultry Plant 

Btirred. PlejhMHb Back*— 
Exp Farm Aiaaal* 

r fi Goldina 

.Mr' irrarli A Ilall 

Hhlle l.etharn— 

3' ir Adsms 

r (' Kvana 

C G OMInt 

C. Header 

M. Lowaon 

MeCurrach * HoU 

J Smyth' 

M Prendertast 

T Wilkinson 

White WtanOalle— 

Esp Station. Sidiiet 

*b»adia« son 



•I.I 



•72 



1 



*90 
■70 
S»S 
909 
4*0 
911 
930 
723 

734 



•.^3 8 

Vil 

isr. T 
9')W ff 
• I* I 
•*•. t 
970 4 
927 a 
923 I 
73-. 0 
(11 4 

•731 



TOONERVILLE FOLKS 



HEAVY HAULING 

Wl SMCIALin IN NANOIINO KUn. MACMINHT. \Mtt tit 

HEANErS 



CALL 



Ldverpool Wheat 



l.I\ F'ti'' .(,( . Apt 1 IS 'CPi.-PloJloirin* 
are io<la> s per-buahel wheat «iMtaUons. 
C.I f Liverpool. In Catoadian fanda at cur- 
rMi^9809|tMB^^9iieaan|^ rata' gf oo.fi. 

Todor Tday 

No. 1 Man. Northom. Vaa> 

fMver. April N% t3S 

No J Man Nerihern. At. 

lanlir 'Old». M«T . eJS 

No 1 Man. Narlhem. Van- 

eourer «Wewi, April , .04', 94 

A«94r*liaa. Aflaai •• »*\ 

88)a 88l» 



Coa«( Brewofloo-lfS.al 12.20. 



BAR GOLD AT LONDON 



.MONTRKAL. iprll 15 «F. — Bar 
gold at London up 3 cents at 835 01 
an ounoTin Canadian funds; 140s 
lOd in Brtt««,*i funds. The flaad IN 
Washington price amountad' to 
8SI.30 in Canadian funds. 

IVluntredl Produce 

.MONTREAL April 15 -Prices 
were steady In another Inactive ses- 
sion of Canadian coi2unodiity ex- 
change praivee sactioo today. 

Butter, Qoebee, graas. Bl-X 

Cheese. Ontario celered < Novem- 
ber mskei. 111-4 

Ekb» Ontario. A " large, M: A" 
medium. 18 1-2; A" paUrta. 11 1>3. 

B ' lane, 111-2 



DIVIDENDS DECLARED 

Royal Benk of Canada, 2 ,xr cent, 
payable June 1 to stock on reeord 

Apfll 30 

Shawinigan Water * Power Com- 
pany, quarterfy dividend ' IS eents 
per share on romnion stork pav.ible 
May 15 to stock of record April 2A 

Silver Market§ 

LONDON. AprU 15 ^4^.— Bar sUver 
firmer: 3-18 higher at 30 I-4d. 

AT NEW TOBK 

NVW YORK. April 15 r/P^ - Bar 
silver steady snd unchanged at 
44 3-4. 



Foreign Bon(U 

* Waiavrloi" 







Rid 


Asked 


Austral.a $<$, MM1 


e • 0 a • ■ * 


103 33 


103 73 


Belcium i'-. , ISM 


•••aeoeo 


104 30 


too 00 


Rocoia •'. . IMS 


• • eatee e 


12 022 


l« 135 


Denmark 3'>-,, IS 


M a a • • • 


io« rs 


lot 23 


Prenrh .7' :'• . 1341 




174 73 


173 73 


German Ooi i 7'. . 


i»4o"!! 


33 23 


33 73 


Ital' 7- 1*31 






73 123 


Jaoan •' 




9 4 00 


94 30 


Mina's Gerae. iUt. 


17 71 


•9 23 


Nofwae «-. . 1(44 




IM 373 


104 »"« 


Oiie»r.«l,nd •'-. II 




llOfs ' 


iTt 






02 I2S 




ROM* • ^i^^'*' 


« MiBif taNk 






THE DAILY COLO.NlSr. VICTURIA, 



THU WTTS 



By Crawford Young 



APPLE MARY 



Bv Martha Orr 




1 



« 4 




EM GLAD 
VOU LET OENNit 

COME. ALONG, 
HlfTER I^AVOR 

MAYBE. ME. CAN 
MELP— 

ii r , 



WlVt GOT TO riNO TMt 
QlKL WHO TOOK THAT 

ftNAPSHor or you 

LAST FRIOAV, 
MARV — 



1 1 



VOU HAVt TO PROVt YOU WER.t 
NOT AT YOOfL USUAL COAMKR 
WITH YOUR APPLI. CANT . 
THMT HOMWiM/Ofl YOUU-CO 
• TO JAIL. 



\uum\Ti 



TK H I S WM tafc 1 tT AM DI» W«» 

SMt WAS OVEP. TMER.EL. BUT LVtW 

IP WL FIND ME.R./T WONT 
PB.OVt SMB. TOOK TKt PKTOM. 
AT CLft^^N 



'^Ml.y. GRAN HA / UOOK f 1^ «Mi. 
flVOOD HBM,SU. WHAT happen FD^ 
SHE GOT A PiCTURt 
OF THAT CLOCK, 



TOO.X 



A FtW»«CT 



rm»o 



^^1 




TODDY 



Sad /Veic«/ 



By Gcorfje Marcoux 






u. > 




\ 





•.111 



POPEYE 



WITH > CLEAR CON^CIENCt THftT M6 HAD OWYED HE". 

W^TRUCTIONS ft?OUT VJATEFINt*' HEP TIANTS, 
UHTIL JWT AS Ht OUT TO ME LT ME p Mf 
MoScW fOR THE r«iT TIME HER F AVOP i T c 
U60NIA «nmN6 ON TABLE IN THE HALL 
.jfc w i ii tf t' '«^ *T""*-l ni l 'iiTi 



\ MUST KPSVE TURtE 
OOLLf»jRSTO eOV AN 
ORCH\0 PSt^O TOJO 

^0 BET 



DOL Lf^RS' WORTH OF GQLQ . 

IN ITJ POOeV-WHAT 00 \ CftRt 
S)R /for 60LO?OW.Wtt.L^,, 
WULLt^O W*F»V€ ' 
ON IT 




BOT HOW DO VOO KNOW 
THAT JEEPS UKt ORCWDS ? 



I'Ue TRAVELED IN ^ — 
AFRiCA AHO \ lEtSRHED 
THAT JEEPS UV/e OK 




HA'.HAl >F HE'S SAP) 
EKOOdH TO BUV 

ORCH\0S FOR EUGENE) 
ITS ALL 



O-KEE-OOKE/cW UUIMPV 
U)ITH i—ri AFFORD TO 
BUY ORCmOS* 



By Segar 




AH VOO 00 LIKE ORCH\OSl 
HHM-P-S-T- LVSTtK, 
JEEPIE. »^^i^KT >O0 
TQ Da SQMETHlNCi 




NAPOLEON AND UNCLE ELBY 



By Clifford McBride 



How It Started 



•f J«AN NEWTON 



Thei« *w »U manner of agrobaU 
AmtSasn, dancwR. wrratler«. con- 



tortkmlsU of RorU. ^kat^s. in (act 
almost anybody that can do 
with the body bwutlfui may b« and 

frpqupiitly l« so dubbed. 

The inio afrobat, however, la he 
or »hr wli'> tlii/AlPS u.s on the Ira- 
oese. fctop* our breath Irom the Jofty 
tlcht »p4. thrtlta u« while fUinK 
uSuth a whlrtint gunt 

tvrr • acrobat" la from the Oreek 
word apellfd almost Identically 
wtth our own. meaning to walk on 
Uptoe. the word itaeU being a conv 
blnitlbn whoee pMt« iigalfjr lUer 
»llv to cllxnb aloft. 

By dint of extended uaage, "•cro- 



bat" ha» come to be gen»«Uy ap- 
pued to one expert In gymnUtlc 
1 feaU^-dartnc or ■ortiw^"^'*- 

i 

Oiant Asks (or 
Job Underground 

NEW YORK. April 1ft CP' — The 
Ulleat man ever to take the ruy 

civil .nrrvire examination aalwd for 
an underground Job John B. l«rbi, 
of Kew GardPiw. Lohk I.^Iand. the 
twerity - eight - year - old applicant 
measured • feet 9 Inches, and aought 
appointment as a towwman In tfte 
city subway system. 

BBNBY CUERON DKAI) 

MSEUX. France, April 15 "/P - 
Hriirv Chrron. 8lxty-n«-\ former 
tm.Turr mmi-stor of Prance,' died yes- 
terday of perltonlts following an 
opmtton for appiendleltla. 




Jane Dixon Say sj^ 



Amn ALL THERE ARE ONLY A EEW ^^^^^^^''JJ^^''*'' 
-HONESrk. COLBAGE. HELPFUL NMB. A MMTMW. GOOD 
■VMOB. GOOD CUBE 

• TVmnd-.ip day! «-m^ ,,,, m 

• If the answer to your problem does not occv.i m W*^"" , 
to the J'^.. coh.nu. pre.u.e read answer, to ^^vrSwuaTy so" hit 
n to phv.slcHlly mipo«.siblr to an-.wer each one of you 

Ite m<«t typical one of the group and '^n-.wer th^ ^ ^ve 

ir vour trtrabto la one of young Uwe, im4 the MMwm I© y*w>f tove 

•ad try to apply H to vmir own case. 

U Ifi a married life problem read what othm aw uklBg and see 

If your UMVOr ll not contjiined m ti,. n ;^>Iutlon 



POP 



The Colonel I hrons Out a Hint for a Drink 



By J Millar Watt 



Aft« »U. ttWOJIft only a lew rulas for right livlng-honeaty. cour- 
ftge. helpfulness. amMtton, 




u.....^ 1, good humor, good cheer 

If VOU wUl U.SC all six of these J'l^Tu 
favor, you wlU solve your problem, no mattor whM n la. 

CRABBBD AGB AND TOim 

Betsy Your aged mother-ln-f«w who loves strife would be much 
hattar to way co^Ud she be regimented inu, a home for persons of 

SJflr Thio ahe could enjoy a social life ..ynnnyn,ous with her vears 
S teSSuoo U> Uapres. her generaUon on the, younger one.s wouui 
no longer present Itself. 

Howev.r if this Is impowlble Im afraid y«l wUl t»^iy*j9n»»i* 
the h.M VOU can of a vrrv annoyiMK bantaln. Her age ODnawa any 
ilher -olu.ion Why not trv .>e.nK k.nd and deferential. bUl "5 
your minds, one and all of >-<n.. that von are Roinn your own way^ and 
that 1WI wUl rcKard her bickerings as sometlung to pa.s« in onr ear and 
out thtolher? U your friends are your friends, they will help vou Ask 
them to do ao. ^ . 

A.S for her Kiving away thai whteh doe* Ml heiong t o her. te U her 
auite plainly that you will ask for the return o* your own property irom 
those who have Ihe bad taste and the dUhoneity to receive it 

OQO or two experlencea of this Wnd wm cure your^?l<y ej^M>-law 
Of her BoAia Olaus complex, and will drtvo oG tlit vowBgnls who-eeek 
to benefit by her weakness. 

In other words when the a«ed lady bOhOfOa U a womntt hrr 
years *iui rxp^iioiirr shduM behave, with klndneaa and appreciation, pay 
her the rrspr< t .She deserves. But when she beccmea chUdish and de- 
structive t.U. tier aa yxM wwM on MM wtm «hom oao lo alwav., 
kind, but flnn. 

war UMiT vovB rsiBNDBmrt 

Buttons: Why give up a good fnrnd lor a .spottv one'' You ,an I 
"get back* IhO original boy frliMid unles.s he want.s to come back Yo\i 
COa glVO him the ttapulae for a ' romrlxtck bv beiiiR (ri>-ndl\ >:! 

itoutar DonoM yw Moi. hey and glrL Why should you narrow your 
35T«~ttSw» ^yoavm 9Mnt Md (btfo are m 
worthwhile mMt.Ui tho wotldf 

M*/ie. In My iplnioi). M*7ir ycni iie ^muk. to mUs a heap of what 
nokes life worth tttlng if you conUnue to try to be a grown-up when, in 
iMt, you are a child. At the rLsk of infuriating you I shall tell yoti the 
.trath. most obrtoua in your letter— you're boy-crazy. Parget about the 
hoya for a whOt and eoMontrato on making a worthwhile woman' of 
yoonelf — the sort of woman wte ooa intorort a real man. You need to 
go to school so that yoa can bo Uto>»t«i t mt fm Mod !• IMIplliii your 
self so that vou omi bo gMlbL IB 

Think this over. 



riLLIE THE TOILER 



When Ttvo Wrong Make a Hi^ht 



By Westovei 



AgaUi- this column will not furni-sh names or addresMO Of OOrre 
ilKindents. nor forward letters fri>ni rorrrspondent to another. TtiiB 
l^iUcy IS a proiscUve one and win be strictly adhered to. 

(Oiavtlsab i»)«. MS Ml OiaO H sw, Um4 



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DIXIE DUGAN 



Love of Fir$t Sight 



By I P McEvoy and | H Striebci 




^ WE LL — CCr -AFTER 1V4t 

FIR5T TIME \ SHADOWED 
. -\ fCQ&OT ALL 
NjME PLAV 



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, Business a nd ProtessionaTDIrectory, Want Ads 

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B Sails (?olxrni«l 




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POT iDMrtlen 



Mr MtWb McLtug Mr KnCi Mri 

rranrli WmpiMii ind family wuh lo t»- 



■mjAflONS W 

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lor *>pr*MtM»« 
tn^uiM in their 



MEMORIAM 



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AdT«rtlMr> 

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AM* tm 

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Oardi of t«o 

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far Bonth- 

who '<toilrt ■»•»»»»• wli«"| 
. ooi at Th« OolonUt And 
ihelr prlTtu »ddrt»i * 
caou U m»<l» for malUn* 
add ihre* worM 



BROWN In lo«inf mrmory o( our dearlr 
briovrt «iff and ipotMr, Mia. MarUit 
Bro»ii. «ho pda*rd avay April Id. IMS 
At «« lo«rd <ou. lo «r mlu you 

Lov»(i. (rmrnbrird. loncad (or alwami. 
~«rlnaic« iMnr « atlaal Mr. 
- Badly miaaed kr h«r hufband. iont and 

duufhtrr 




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li otMiiina l^» charta* lOIB 



OLUU APPHEC IATE ODD "IbM 
oy kind rraiik. r MSJ 



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d?» Iroml am lo 10 p m .x<3«Pii"a 
Sundar Juat caU C mpir* 

dTr Pravioua ta puMlMUea 



■ cuMinad Ad. for TM,«J?fW-«taJft 
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Building Main^'l 
Butmct* Uircctu.ry 
•ukincM opport 
Cardi uf Thanka 
Church Notieaa 
Clotblnd. Plirb i 
Comlnc KvtnU . 
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t>«itlh( 

lyroaamakloa •.• 

■dtieaUooal 

Parma (or Raot 

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mta**nrTBrlmaBU" io' iiant 

Fi»u and Apartmonia Wan lad 

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I tic 30 y«ari aipar ^raaaonabla _ 

- UP. ROOMS PAPEKED (INCLUDES 
^ mattrlali. IJ kaUonuu'd 0 1«:i 

nC~CABrtNTi:BN and C»)MK*t IOB» 
tTERATIONS H()U3IiRi« 13INO CON 



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pttn ariekwork. piaiur. Mia«Bi B»IM 



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MoriMry at Modmau 

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•AMD* MOBTUAM, IAD 

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Afll *i you' cUsv'ad ao.t'usa- 
irerf* to Jh* Gjtof^ist R^aocit ra 
pftBrf-'tntcrattH Wart Atjve't'sa 
irirrts that do not carry th« n^mes 
o> addrtsiM of advtriiMrt. bu' • 
Colonist bOK numbff tht accom ' 
modaticn et rhoM itadtrt <ina 
It Inconvenient to write an antniiti 
ard to se'^e 'ho adve'fse' bette- 

We Will Take Replies 
to Box Numbers O^er 
the Telephone 

TVe Colcnist lervict • availab'e 
from 8 a m to JO pw , dacBpting 
Sundays ftvsnt impn ♦tH' 



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I lOaaUDuod- 



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W thortaai oolica Auti (laaa repuead 
whtii you aait McUor Bret Ud t1* 

' i..'t<i,>nti Straat P!ioo* O MSI 



3« PROFEflSlONAL DIRECTOR V 



SPECIAL— Jl-IN rLYMM. WITH 
^ rini. tl3 ft«. Lewaal prieat oa blercla 
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In a Hurr> ■• - - 

Our Workmfn Know l! ^r Ftidt 
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Baad and planiad. lawni laid E uas 

\ir6llB;~ WANTED BY EXPERIENCED 
y * aardanar: coitaaa and .small watt 
Would conaidar um o( livina-ciuaiura lor 
part tlma work. Bas MST. CaiaoM. 



T)CACB 

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latilaai ■ aavoa 



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>dy, brown on Mad. Mack aa taU. 

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blick and nrKymarkrd cal. part Ptr- 
.<ian witli brHiiuful (out Am intorinaiiun 

will bl.- wkoiiied bl aiiMoua o»nfr Ption* 



Raauirrrd Canada and V S 
Patcnu and Trada Marka ui Counuiaa 
-raw raadar. Vaaaaam Pttoaa Bar itu 



IN 



KtRNWOOD DISTRICT. MALE 
p. I' Ptrkian. aray with whita 
Kiid li ' : Reward, on return to 

»(l^lo.le Ave 

IN 

coBtainina ats 

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DRESSMAKINO. AWBHATIONB. SUP I -own OOUPON 

covrrv drapartaa. Me pn bear, ear | OBT— OOVERNMINT bond ooupom, 

fare E 073» 

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I ' terad and llcansad 40a>r<d 

Buildlni Ph-inr E ropir* MM 



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• Attornry 



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ktntaao pappMa: raaionabta. O SMS. 

^iPBCIAL BALS U>VELY BINOlMa CA« 
^ iiar'ev breedini and >in(in( a aa— 



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and itaada* Pft Shor 



U FLATS AND APA^XUKNTH 
TO RENT 
Oaaxtnuadi ^ 

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' Jtat. •uA' cold watar. Pairfltld lOSt 
I PakiMioo. <■ 

• I -ROOMED ONfVBKIBMBO BUtTB. 

pnvat* bath, raaao inalaUadi rtat 
tisftd saasi 

• >-ROOM BUITEB. tS ANO M WBBXI.T. 
•> includinc aaa. Iiaht. watar. nictly (ur'> 
niahad Ut Phoanls. aoraer Toronto 



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Pollo-k Bros. 1.1U l)f>.ig:» . .S- (, ..Jlj 



Pitneral DIraeftora 

Purnlabad Uouiaa for Rant 

ruralataad Rooau lor Rant 

{ri"dXi.ra KK.'t? BpaeiiUaii:-: 

Halla to Baal 

Uotala . -.TT-" — •••• 

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Lott and Pound 
Machinery 
Market apaelaU 
Marrlaaei 
Mlaoellanaoua 
Moaay to Loan 
MonuoMatal Worka 
Maaie . 

MuiieaJ Inatrumanta 
Nuraerj Block, Plaota. Btc. 
Nuralna and Ooovalcaeaal 

Peraonal , 

Profeaatonal Directory 
Property tor Bala 

Proaartp Waalad •••••••«•• 

pdoitry aad UvaaMeB ••••••••••••••• 

Radio 

Room and Board 

Room and Bourd Wanted • 

Bttaatlona Wanted— Pemaia 

MtiiaUoni Wanted— Mala 

MoToa, Ranaea. Paraacaa 

BaaiBiOT Baadrta • 

Taaehera Wasted •« 

Tl mbar •.•.«••*•••.• 

To rxchani<e— Bnal Eatata • 

To Rent— Mttcellaneoua 

Unturnlahed Houeei to Rent 

Unfurnlahed Rooma Wanted 

.'W^i'ad— Pemlala Help 

V* II tad— Mala Help 

Wanted— Miacellanaona 

Wanted to Borrow 

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A PACT— MANY SCHEME THKM81LVE8 



aick tryina lo accumulate aralth. IIi«i 
trudalncly mete it out hoping to purchase 
health No. health is not bouchl for 
<llver or ^ulrt Live in harmony "with 
Divine Nature s law» and to you it will 
aladly unfold Our conr^' «l!ol« 
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and !iali«rv fall dally ou.- frHid" »rr 
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^ for raaae^ aaaw Matefc ete O •*S4 
tMih OOOO. MBW AMD un> RANOXB 

IMPERIAL RANGE. STEEL TOP. WATER- 
1 trout, rusmrl door, tiled back. 113 SO ■ 
Carter a Stove Store: §23 Port ' Street. 

E 3511 

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Port JM ; ;_J^ 

S~ALB OP BXBUXLT »ANOB8 - TH^S 
week we are clearlaa ^r entire aiock 
of rebuilt ranges al sweepinc reductions 
All the best ni*ltf» are included and every 
rnnte has been thoroughly reconditioned 
in our workahgp Ail worn parts haVe 
been replaced wltjl i^ew tvfty ranse te 
(ood for yaara of aarrlca. Xvery ranae at 
a baraain price Hatt'a BMfe Warka. Ud 
1331 Oovernment 8t 

*|'t«BD BLBCTRIC. COAL. OAB BANOEB 
\j Aaeata for Ourncy raasaa ^MOoweu 
M Mann ~ 



O 
i) 



4IX 



BAL»-TWO 
eeod condition 

1 ENOXIOC BOLLBR 



F°:e 



MiaCELLANLOt* 

^ GOAL BROOoipRB 
Phone O 4a»i« 



CANARII 



ROO M Burrxa. uchk aattr laelwdod. 
lis Q33H Vietoria Tottrtat Captp. 

M FLJl'nrANM xl \KTTIWlTi " 

VV.WIKI) 



NICB — 



birda Roaedale Aviarlea, 1710 Denman 

/ \V«R TWO T 

' ' able f v (<i 



TWO TONS ROUOH HAY. BUIT- 
•civk only. $2«00 Cat- 



teralL Cordova Bay. 



«7 



ROOM AND BOARD 



W'ANTED - LNPlRNlSHEn 

ment. livina-toom. kitchenette, 
room, on or near Port Street, 
Cook Street Box 4:toi Ci>li>nlat 



.\PART- 
bath- 
o( 



UOL'SES TO KE.VT 



T BEATON HALL. LUXl'HIOl'3 
I ro;i. iiidds' ;i'n. cuisine unrqualled 
MK E 1(183 



AC- 
Mrs 



1000 Douslaa Street 8 4IM 



MlaCBUANIOUB 



3SC. 



38 TO RENT— MISCELLANEOUS 

^TORX, BUSY PART OP FORT BTBXET. 
k3 IM. Apply 1M Pert . 



M worn tALB-MIfCILlJUflOUS 



BOnMMA MATXBIALA 



BPBCIAL UBT OP OOOD USED LUM- 
ber. doors, saah and Iron rooflna. at 
oppoaite Marine Iron Worka. 



4 PPLBB-JOMATHAMB. BOBOOOPB, 
..A lie bos: brine your awn contamaia 
Tanner Broa.. Tanner Baad. Kaatlnc 

BLACK SOIU ALL VFOETABLE MOLD. 
Ideal top dressing Excellent (eriili/er. 
rrre of Monrv Sidney Lumber, 21 1« OoV- 
-ri.iiieiit St ti 2516 

BLACK SCJlI C LAY U 
old manuf ! : 

i s^ALL 08 POR mtt UTULA 
V repaira to aU makaa ol eleetrte 

ere No obliaatton Phone O 7111 

^INDUtS. DOUBL* 
manure 'ock. aoll. 



K CINDFRS. 

r.d (1 .-.t.t 



/ sHEHHY BANK. .PRIVATE HOTEL 

I Raiea 13 dai ly. M«.M„ ^eeoklyi »3i 
monthly and up. ii i et uBHH i t ! mea l i Fi>e 
niinutej from cenire of city Jersey milk 
and farm proilne irom proprietor'a own 
f.irii. _ 8iJ .Quadra Street O 0168 

I soMh-ORTABLE HOME. NEAR Bl'IU)- 
' lugs Reasonable. E (47ft ftOft Oov t. 

1 EXCEPTIONAL Otter to btiainesa peoplOr 
J low ratea. wholeaome food Near bea.-h. 
park Walklne distance Uurajc tulJi, 

f.'^RoifjT BED-SITTINa-ROOM- SUITABLE 
I for i«o reavonabla beard Mi Van- 
couver Street O 7361 

i)LEASANT BOOM. WITM OR WITHOL'T 
I Doard near sea 37 Meiifies Street 

IlLEASANT FRONT ROOM WITH OOOO 
board i lo e ;n 11 H'') 



I »KAl 1 IKl'I. 



IsKIUIHI 
' roome 



Ml' TillAIU. MAP C^H 
bii\ l;iifs il.rci- rrs H(*»tina 
uii ; i«rd Kulh niodnn sevpi ic'.>!:u-i1 \riiii- 
bni malow greenhouse and oilirr oiiibir.ld 
>n«s Price li. 000 Would rrnt to good 
rnunt Robert Orubb' 4l Co, Savward 
Bui'.dint ', 

HTPUL. rilLLY FllKNl.'^MH). 
1 I <"!>idi'tu» on C"»i>liHii Hnv 
the Summer montlis eli-cinc 



10 mil I 

l.«M. i>;-i.> one, tennia court ti>iH\ boal- 
iiK. fl.vii:nii. etc. Oaraae AWo catiaao 
If desired Apply awoar for further par* 
u<u)au..BtaYtr. B R. L Cobble Mfl. Tel. 
ftlRl. Duncan 

-r6om~ hoosb! 

mt shea. - aa c l u dadj- . 
car. oeSM. 



.\tT. TOI.MIK— BXVXN 

.11 turnlahed or imftin 
two lota, (ood > > 



UA 



n^RNISHCU 



49 



ROO.MS TO KENT 



A 



( 

4 iOW 
V' aala 



THE MILTON CO. 1144 OAK BAY 

auiis. 
Smart mill- 



:iTEWART MONUME>rTAL WORKB^ LTD 



s 

street 



Phone a 3453 



10 



COMING k:VENTt 



DAMOB. 
ITth. Pred 
Oaata 3ft<.. 



EXTRA BIU 
Hampton HaU. Priday, 
Pitt a Orehaatra: refreahawata. 

ladles 3Sc. 

' V T 'thb~crystal oardbn. pwoay. 

^\ April 17. the Christ Chureb Cathedral 
AYPA dame l-rn Acre.v' OTCheatra 
lirK'ts. J5c Dancing, «-l 

BIG REOPENING DANCt. SHRINK 



A 



A 

f)r 



DEATHS 

0HARLB8—On April 13. I»3«. at Victoria. 
BC. Mra Lena Charlek. late of Port 
Anaelea. Waah . aaed iwenty-aeven years 
Ihe remalna are belna forwarded t)ila 

niornina for burial in Port Amelea by 
Hayward'B B c Fiineral Company 

POOK - Al the Hoeal Jubilee Hospital. , 
there pasaed away. Wednesday inorning. | 
('hone Poek, of Ml Herald Street Born I 
ID riilna. the late Choiig Fook had 
I' I'led in tills city for the i'»'.i twenty- 
two year*. He la aurvived by hia widow. I 
The remalna are resiiim at the 8. J. | 
Curry A Bon Puneral Home Announce- | 
inriii of funeral will be made later 

I 

BROW N At BeBrh< roll Niirsiiia ll.'ii.<- on 
April 13. m*. Charniimi Muriiii M)s(.i> 
Brown, only daualiler of Mr T A 
Brown, of IAA3 Newport Avenue, aeed 
alchteen years, born In Victoria. She 
Ja aurvived by, besides' her father, two 
brothers and her grapdpurents 
I he fiinernl will he held on 7 liiirsday, 
April 16, llie inriewe lr«\iiw Mnv«Hrd« 
BC Piiiieral Chap'-l ul .' 1> i' in . prorced- 
Ina lost Mi«r> s ( htii li oak Hay. where 
aeriice will br conducted by Rev P H 
Buck at 3 30 Interment In the faaiily 
Plat m Royal Oak Burial Park 

ItONTRR There pb»»«h1 away suddenl>. 
Wadneaday afternoon Ai>ril l.S. at the 
taailly realdance. 414 M«rv .street Jdm-s 

Bimeal Ranter, aaed nit'y veers, bom m 

OobOara.' Ont., and a resident of iiha 
city tor ihe paal twenty ^even ye. r« 
. Ha la eurvlyed by his widow at home 

Snd two brothers. William > ''"ii 
unt'r. ol Vancouver. B (' I li»" Mr 
Hunter wea a member of the B of RT, 
Lodaa No. ail. aad had beeii employed 
by the BAH. lUllway Cdqipany tor 
many years 

Ihe funeral will take place nn Batur- 

dav. April m. at 3 o clock in the chapel 
iif Ihe Sands Morinary Ltd 

LAINO -On Monday. April 13. 1936. in the 
Reyal Jubilee Hoapital, there paaaad 
away Cenatanca Alice l«lna (Connie), of 
137 Rberis Htreet The deceaaed waa 
bnra In Vicioria and had been a real- 
dent here all her lite Bhe la survived 
by her mother. Mrs L. M. Prior, at the 
realdenre. and two brothera. Percy Lain* 
and Charles Prior, txvth of this cut 
Punaral aervlces will be conduned this 
aliriniKMi si 1 i> 1 lork. in ihe chapel of the 
Hrr,' . T- < ■.\ Hf\ Desn C: S 

I ' !■■ A 11/-I1I y -» ill 

aBielale and the remAins will be forwarded 

I .1 ."^r^iilr (or crema- 

Itflii II s icfjiie^'ed thai no flowers -he 
went 

NOBLE on April 13. 1936. al 8(. Joseph s 
HoaPUal. Clara, widow of Harry .souie 
aa'ed Blxly seven years, born in Woh 
melon. P f ' The deceaaed had been a 

resident "I Vutoria tor fifty years and 
resided ,i' Manchester Road She 

le survived by two sons and one dauah- 
ler. Clifford Noble and Mrs V. E. Wise. 
ol Beillle. a nd Jai k Noble, at home 
n*'> ilKandrhtldren and two aiatera. 
Mra. Pm atad Mr*. John Relly. both 
t^^ldln• Ki Friday Harhor, San Juan 
Island 

The funeral has lyeen iirr.>napd lo lake 
place Irom Hay ward s RC FVineral Cmn- 
pany'a chap*l thia afiemonn at 3 30 
a'deek. Inurment will be made in the 
faaiUy Plat la Boae Bey Cen^tert. 



"Bunk McKewen s new awina band. Ad- 
mission 3ftr. with free cloak roomal 

BIO OLD TIME DANCE. STRAW- 
herrv V.ilp HkII, Friday. Hill. Srate'a 
Or hrstra reff h on-ni s tombola .'^.^r 

SOLWOUD BURNS CLUB- BIO SCOT- 

tlah danaa. Oaieraad Rail. PrMae. April 
IT, i:M. Ooed areheetra- Retreduaenta. 
Admiaalea We 

7Tb. P. HAU. MT. TOUUB. MILTTART 
' • ftoo card aama, Tharaday, April 16. 
I 30: Bood prisea and retreehmeaU: He. 

/ 4 0 P. RBOUUUI OAMCSr*'** ^ORT. 
^ • every Priday. • la ti retreahmenta; 
23 eenta 



A^ 

dainty blouses and llnierlea 
inery for Easter wear 

SPECIAL IDI.L-COURSE LUNCHEON. 
3iC to 50c. *' The Mavtair Cafe. 1011 

Bread BUaei, at i-ort 

NICELY ORIl.LEli KII'PKH .SfllVEH 
loii-' IS iVlu Mii.v h'!''!! Kippers 
at Askey's Fish Market. 92i Vates (1 :101 

RE YOU DININO IN lOWN'' .SEE YoK 
111* Mavlair Cafe tor good meals 
1011 Broad Street, at Fort 

BASE PLOOS ARB A NECESSITY LEI' 
us install soma so that you can anloy 
the added convenience Price* averare 

about >3 00 Our workmen will do a nent 
'.lid ssfe lob We overhaul and repair 
vacuum cleaners Phone O 1713 Murphy 
Electric Co. Ltd. 751 Yates St 



A 

Bre* 

A' 

at / 

A' 



;i3 



BLSINESS DIBECTOBT 



HIM NET ffwrrp 

^ years E 14'n 
p|-EARN CLEAN 



-W CALEY 
Best service 



EST 
fklue 



30 



CHIM.NEY SWEEP 
Phone O 2843 1187 Rose Street 



EMBOSSBI) STATtONEBY 



IN 



IIRrVATB STATIONERY ti»fB08.SEU 

I any dealcn or color The. Coioois* 



Commercial Prtnuas Daat aafSaa 



M4I 



PLOOB ir^PACINO 



I 4RT8TAL OABOBM 
^ Saturday niaht. • le IS 



BVKRV 
lea Me 



I) 



ANCINO, PROM • TO 11 BVBRY BAT- 



Club. lOOI Wharf Street Admission 35c. 
inctudlna free check room One ticket for 
our annual ekcurr.lon to Seattle presented 
at each dance. Al Price'* Oreheatra. 



1) 

to 

slOI 



ANCB AT THE FOREST INN. 
mean Lake. Friday. April n, 
a.m.: Len Acre*' oreheatra 
11, Ineladlaa aupper. 



SHAW- 
9pm 
Admia- 



MO. 



1.1IIIST spmnroAUBT church, broad 

I street. aUm tea. Priday, a;N: read- 
ings • • ~ 

"toHIOHT. 1;M. !»« 
- Price* : Two 11 M, two 
ta M. two M M. ten-bid: tambela. 

I >RIMIIOSB TBA. COURT WHIST. 8 O E 
a Hall. Pr lda»,. AprU 11, 1 p m . 2.>c 

iT" 



C CANADIAN Bureau Pemlnlne Uyciene 
y Ptea intenaatiea. eeoealuuaa Nurae 
iVi atteadaaee-»«WI Write Jea MI4. Col 

f?iCZXMA. irCtL' PtMPUDB. PILBS— TRY 
I J Oeerta l*e^ ^hieae Ra ui ed i HI 



Oeerta 

Cormorant. 



Sprncer'a. Hudaoa'a Bar. Owl 



l^RUIT 

I "-.iniir 



I .-FASTER NOVELTIBS— PLACB SPBCIAt 
J order* now for naaiaa on deeoreted 
sees Wiper'* Sweet Shop, lai Talee Street 

I^OR SMALL~ CABINS. IN 8TORE8, 
oiricrs. sardens. verandas, use the 
wooden rollable partition "Itellflii Price 
■ft 00 up SUr Weadwerka. MM 

Vancouver. B r. 

CH ynn thai party. 

Aiiae or lemon 1 ■> p''r csiton 
E 7431. 

^CARINO AIDS OF AIX KINDS- 
Ardanta. Teutonophone. Barwellai ete 
Hearina alda repaired and tuned Beae'a 
lewelere Itll Oovernment 8t 

HAvnfo on.~BaRNCR~ trooblxs. oa 
taklna It but* Oon'tl Ouaranteed 
reaalta or aa eharee MacRay Eiosa 

AT8 CLBANXO AND BLOCKBD YIC^ 
tone Hat Mt< Co. Ill Talea BMIS 



V 



I HARUWr>OD FLOOR 
Johnson redureo prices 

E.STERN FUXJR 454 Q':>Rai ROAD 
Old or new floors E Mlft 



C m t smMU PlH iii Wood w om en Sashv*. 
^ daera aad aeeerai miliwork o 4012^ 

OOD~BimmMUllO lombbr, brickT 
ete I IM Pert Street Pred Parraat 

sn>NBY 8PBBDT BBHVICB 

rp you. need fenelne material* ba aura 
and eel our price* Tou win find them 
riaht and our service the best. 

SIDNEY LOMBER 
Phone OaSlft 3116 Oovernment St 



LOMBBR 



rHB MOORE-WHITTINOTOM 

COMPANY UMITBb « 
established 1893 

Lum- 

eyproe. maaooita. 
abinaloa. etc 

You are cordially iBVlted to vtait out 
MODBL BITCHBII at Brldae and HllUlde 

•0B BtmiMKBB 18 dOILl OP BT 
SATISPTKD CUSTOMERS 



rAROfc STOCKS. RIGHT PRICES 
J bet. mlUwork. 



LOAD. >a. OU 
•tavel O 34M 

MANURE AI«3 OOOD SOIL POR 
. reasonable Phone O 8637 

LIBCTRIO WIRING AND REPAIRS TO 
all makaa of appUaaeae and radloa. 
Two-Uaht bedroeai uturea. Mei aryatal 
bottooi klUbaa aalta. Sl lti IM teat aortal 
wire. 4Se. B D MalawMtas, m Pert 
street. O IHt r 

1,WOOB. HON-PWtTWJI. 
J preaerving Order now 
4Ualtty I* -at tt* best O 7843 

' .VMl^BKnr-- FARM WAGON. SULKY 



TTRACTIVt SELF-CONTAINED SUITT. 
t«0 *4lom>. w;th kilrlieriette nnd baui- 
room: Ideal lor bachelor or two ladies, 
kteam heated: Rockland, near town; 
sonabla B1M« 



rea- 



PtTRNISRBD 



mx cxcn. botrl 

n RIGHT OOT8IDX ROOMS, 
able ratea- 1333 Blanabard 



I.-^URNIBHXO ROOMS UH 
r« 



SUITES 

rent, from U.ftO weekly up. New I 
land RolaL tail Oaeenuaeat. 0 8MS 



TO 



THE HOTEL DOUOLAS 
8 OFFERING EXTREMELY LOW KATBfe 



for 



tranatent and 
fnwaailea 




CKWRsoaacD 



l/URNIBHXD t-ROOMED STUCCO BON- 
I latow. 3144 Briihton Ave 



O ft«3l 



Phone 



|08T OOTSIDB CITY UMITS-COM- 
*' fortably turnlahed, five-room ho^l^r. 
laraie. good aardrn. rent 135 per month 

PEMBER-rON A SON. I TU 
815 Port Street Piion* O 8134 



1811 CHANDLER AVB — 4 rooma: 
rood condition • 

14M TAUNTON .ST - 7 rooma. fur 
nace. garsso 

1742 F^JHT SI 4 riv.iii upptr du- 
plei esrellei.t mndltlon 

1803 JL'BILEE AVE a room*: hard- 
wood tloora, furnace 

11 COOK ST— a rooma. a bath- 
room*: wired for electric ranaa.. 
_Maay Otheu ' 
Pr^vlBXinrOM * BON. LTD 



tllM 
IIM 

» 00 
MOO 
MM 



82ft Fori St 



Phone n 8134 



BSQOIUALT RO -e room*. 3 bed 



permaaaaL..JlMl84.-;xooma, canuel heater. g*r*(e 
iBvitea 



1 ADY REQUIRES TWO UNFURNISHED 
1j ropm*. with amall cook atave, doea ini 



Bray's Slablea, Johnaen Street 

OR PIOUOHINO. HARROWINO. 



not more thaa 37 00 per month 

Colonial 



l-Of 

» f 1 



KX- 



V 11 I ' I I V 

Phone O 7833 



aradlaa apply Brara Btablaa 



1 ROW H.\RDY 
1 trees. 



^jk:ono-hand 
^ deera. wladawa. 



irlBiailaaa. 



BOILOINO MATERIAL. 

ahlp panelina. with 
SIM Oak Bay Aveeue. 



INCOME TAX 

,OM.. PROV RETURNS. RECOVERY 
Brlllsh isi Aaenu W I Fry Ltd 
London DIespecket 311 Pemberton X ••41 



msimAMOB 



L^mt AOTO INSURANCE 
r Fraaer A Co Ltd 1333 



SEE 
Broad 



LEX 
8t 



LAWN MOWXBS 



V^iAVB MONBY ON MILL WORR 
^ lumber Sea our apaelala Buy freai 

R A Oreen Lumber Co O 1114 

SjHlNOLXS^ XXXXX. LOWEST PRICXB 

Da in el Box Co O 1433 

YARD. 

Lum- 
ber, fenelna maurlal*. all kinds O 3i3i 



XNOUSH WALNUT 
Irom Carpathian Mountain* 
Stand 40 deareea below aaro. Produce 
pitper -shell, full-kernel walnuta of hlihait 
commercial value In six years Orow well 
»here apples grow Grown in Ontario lor 
fourteen years For information, write 
ccho—VaUey Mat Ptaalatlea. IiM n aton. 
Ontario. 

/ 1 0OD USED WAflHING MACHINES. 
llSftOup Jameson Electric Ltd E 1171 

/ 1 OOD MANURE ANt> BLACK SOIL FOR 
^' s.-ile. deluered Phone F 2487 



SI HOUMKEBPINO EOOMt 

TO UNT 

BRIOirr OOMPORTABLB ROOMS AIJIO 
Ihree-roeea aalte. eulet. 411 BaUe- 

viUe. 



•I A 



PrBNiSRED 



VICTORIA 
IMI Oov t, opp B A N yard Lum 



RETAIL LUMBER 

J, opp E 

fenelna materlala, all kinds 



A . f.r 



•T or e F. 70M Try our n#w lawn 
mower iir.i 1-r An easy ruRnlna lob as- 
sured Sharpen, adluat, collect and de- 
liver tl 00 



IM Humboldt, near 



pARTNXa 

I Qovi'rnment 



WANTB»-iMALR HBLP 



8AL8BMBN RBQUIRED 

ice tlOO deposit 
111 be returned Apply 



VPEW OOOD 
who can site reference tlOO deposit 
required, which -s 
lOM Broad Street. _ 

^OOOD uViNO CAN BE MADB BY 
live aateemaa OMM. avenlna* 

C~HINESB OR JAPANnS BOY * POB 
reneral housework Phone O ISIS. 

("iHINB^B BOY TO HELP IN HOUSE 
. and tarden call at 'i30 Linden Ave. 

I»0«ITION OPEN IN LARGE AND OLD- 
eatabliahed Victoria Arm (or hard- 
warklaa aad en^reetic laleaman Repliea. 
which will be treated in strict confidence, 
muat eive falleat particular* of prevlou* 
esperleaee, aae. ete. Baa UM. Coioniit _ 

iTci ritAfNINO IN RFFHIOERA- 
ion and air conditioning la ih* only 
iralnlna of It* kind aupervlted by the in- 
daetry it aervea Oel the faeu tirat Boa 
3Md. Coloairt ^ 

v^TRONo waEnn ranch worker^ 

^ handy man. «MM' month, batch 
Oaftord. Me.tchoein PO 

U'ANTBD-MAN WITH BOOKKXEPINO 
etpertene*. aMe ta' de p aatt IJM caah. 
Psrt .treAU aad aakd Hiary. 



R.*ti 



IT 

MA 
known Medium*, 

Douttas 

FIPANBSE Association Employment Of 
Bee- K 9033, domestic help, enrdeners etc 

WEDomn fTirvrrATioNB 
and 

PnaONAL SIAnONBRY 
Baealta OMae Atteatiea la Oetan 
WB 8PB01ALI7k 

la niia daaa et Wor* ano Are 
Oeaiad«|t^t|j^i|^Bo^Pleaaed 

THE OOUMURI 

iSli Bread BireM Pheae O M4i 

-utBaBrapkiaa 
I— Baaravtaa 



DE- 



PEDEN BROS . 1410 OOUOLAB. 
phone O 5911. hiwn mowers sh..rpened 
FREE DELIVERY loth ways. II 00 

"T"LAN~f0WN8END - LAWN MOWERS 
<a aharpened. II ituaranieed< Free de- 
livery Up-to-date equipment O 3ft86 



i^LVBS BROS 
Ouerantr*'! 
mower. II Free 



LAWN MOWBR SHOP 
— .ttiBi Idae ea vaui 
I4» BraM. BNH 



LITHOOBAPRtNa 



I. 



ithooraphino 



uthoorapmino 



laraa and nothin* too small Your station 
ery la your advance agent The OoloAlei 

or<n<ln« lb Puhl'-htn* Co Ltd 



Pl'BLIO •TENOORAPHEB8 



H^THEL SEYMOUR 101 CAMPBSU 
J Buiiain* Douilas Street Phone 
O arden J.MS ^u'.hors nianuscripta lew 
snd eeperal Hiri< tlv "onfldentlal 



PUBNITORB 

~3 PIECE PILLOW-ARM ^CHXSTER- 
fleld suite I never used) Lovely cover, 
.sturdy, comfortable At a bargain price 
See this before you buy O 1195 

.■SIGHT PIECE DINING-ROOM SUITE. 
(1 'oi dilion. t40 on Phone E 4662 

ROTARY MILK FUND FOUNDATION 

Ticket* for LIttIa Theatre Prodaetlaa at 
EMPIRE THEATRE. April 31 aad ». 
TONS OF MONBY" 
wiiiows. Plowman Co. 701 Jehnaon Street 
WORTHY SHOW. OESERVINO CAUSE 



A 



I ^ t 



OUSEHOLD FURNITURE 
of 40od-selline English 

E 5 ID-. 



:n \ est ment 



11 

small 

JOSEPH 

eto, reconditioned 



ALSO UNE 

products for 



ATTRACTIVE WARM APARTMENT 
turnlahed. quiet: cloae in 1114 Rock 

land o asas 



na tmw 



ST - HOUSBKBEPINO 
but bleek fram Speneer'a 



A T TENRTN." IHI Peadera Oalet 
/A warm, fuiniihad heuaakaeplBe reams 



ROSE, 



488 



tIL'SICAL INBTBCMENTa 



HEAtmPUL MOOBRN WILLIS PMNO. 
almeet Uko new. SM IMS Oak Bay 



LTD . BARGAINS - 

in trad*, repoaaaaaed. 
New watch (uarantae 

Hamilton 17-)ewel pocket watch. 114 7ft. 
Eltin Ift-Jewel pocket watch. 19 75. Bulova 
IS-Jewel lenl'a bracelet. 19 7ft. Elain sold- 
Ailed bracelet watch, regular SM.M. ter 
110 7S Doaens of othera lo ekaaaa treat 
1013 Qo vemma nt Street^ 

lERSET inxiK7ie qm ti, early de" 

livery Orade "A" eetilAeate Phone 
O 3IM tor free aample DalTodU Dairy 

I J ROSS A SONS. 733 PANDORA 
•I. A\e. April sala of nainl.s. w i»llp j ;irr. 
glass. yarnlsh,-s and sll nnters' Mijpplles 

IET US OIVE YOU ^ WtTlMATE ON 
J r-ii' i' iiii- "r rr'i'.- - 'iiir a»niiigs 

F Jeune .V Uru . l td .TO .lohnsoii (i 4a.13 



Y^ANURE FOR SAI K 



; 4." 



PER UIAIJ. 



del.vered Phii 
»ULLEYS-THE I-AROEST AND M08T 



RIGHT ROOMS. HEAT. OAS. SINGLE. 
II snd 113 1145 Rockland Avenue 

40MFORTABLK FURNISHED. UNFUR 
Olshed rooms, suites b and a water 
vrvice. kitrheoetu Law rates 
Oevonehire House 733 Fort 8t O 0133 

/ 108Y FOUR AND TWO-R(:X)M SUITES, 
s housekeeping rooms. bedrooni.s RITZ 
HOTEL. 710 Fori Street G7158 

ij^OI U HB H BD H008EKEEPINO ROOMS, 
r (lata, eablnt^ t l mp up IOM Hillside 

SLSSP'iNO ROOMS- 
ISM a week VaM 
Street Pbaae O ooai 



tiftoo 

HILLSIDE AVB - 7 room*. 4 bed- 
room*, newly papered li OS* 

garage ■ , ■ - . IT.M 

OOVERNMENT ST 1 rooms. 4 bed- 

raoma. turnaee, aaraae MM 

UN DB N AVE -• room*. 3 bedroom*, 

furnace, carage aft 00 

DI THESS AVE 4 room apartment, 

hruted i>riyatr enlrai\re ... . 3ft OO 
MKN.'lf.'^ .'^r ft-room atucco buiiaa- 

lovt J lo.lrooms. luriiace. aaraae.. MM 
RUPERT sr — l-room modern duples, 

furnace, aaa ranaa. hardwood abora. 

aaraae ..'.""MM 

WIlJJNOfX3N APIS Mi.drrii suites. 

hardwiKxl flor>rs, elerfii- niiee. 

Frlildaire, fireplace, cloee to town. 

A. A. MBHAIUY A CO. 
Notary Public 

Real Estate. iBaBTaaee,, MaaSl and Bonds 

it'.M Port St;, B 1187 

luls 

MM 



HUUSEKBBPINO 
Madera, IS M 
Roeaaa 111 iabaaea 



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CI Yataa BMll. 

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DAWLPY— Oa April n. 

nf her daeahter. Mrs 
2«38 Ralmont Avein.e. 

at the *«» of ^<•^r•ll 

~ DaWley Hh* leaves 



l«t« at II e 'lOM.c 
W H Ri.hsntson. 
iliere pA.Hed Awav 
n\r v»«r«, Finllr 

n n.'.Min her loss 



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three ' dauahteis. Mrs. ntuarl Nelson. 
PIttafeare. Cel.: Mra F Shipley. Vallejo. 
Cal. and Mra Richardson. Belmont 
Avenue, four *o«is. H B na»le\. Conri 
efiay. John Dawlev. New York Cliv 
Edward Dawley. Duncan, and James 
Dewier. Bambermn: alao three aiaters. 
Maa.. W R. Smith. SauU Sle Marie. 
Oat: Mrs P F l.ord. San Francisco, 
aad Mrs Striker, BIB Francisco and 
ane aranddauihter. Marlorle Richardson 
l^neral will he held in Havward s BC 
Funeral a Company » ctiapei on Thursday. 

ApeU Ur UM. -at r. p.mu Interment will 

. .— 



BOWMAN -There paaaad away Wadneaday 

momma, at the family reaidenee. Bhel- 
bou' r m-i-e' Mount Douglas, Rot»ert 
Bowman, aa'd elahty-flve years The 
lale Mr R.'« "an waa born in Lanark- 
ahlra, Bs-oiland. and came to thIa city 
eleven years ago from Enid. Beak He 
laoeaa in aorrow hia widow, at th* family 
reaidenee two da«aht*r,9i Mra. Arthur 
Dryaat. Saakaiehawan, and Miaa Ann 
Baaaiaa at beM: alao twa alaler*. Mlaa 
1. Bamnaa. Bhe lb ea r ae B t rea t i Mra 

M * M«" 

tend, and 

at 8ldne>. V.I. 

The reeMlne wtB be eeovered PllSaf 
momina from the 8 J r^irry A tea 
Puneral Home ia the family raaldeare, 

Shall nireel Funrnt service, will 

be held Friday afternoon «i ' 
from St. Aldan a Chwrrh. Cedar RtU Croaa- 
road. Her. T OHitllh* wi'i ofm- a'e ."d 



PIR8T-CLA88 AVTO BLBCrnilCIAN, 
BArniRT MAN. 

•OB Mil. ooiANiar. 



U»ANTED- MAN TO JOIN LfMlTBD 
li.sbililv company able ta deweeil tIM 
ca'.h and be familiar with the Pralriea. 
Vor MierMew apply Box 4300, Cotonlat 

V'OUNO MAN POR HEMPHILL DIESEL 
1 eouria Practical Jh6p tralnttia l<*w 

eeat: aaay ternia 3034 Jackson Mreet. 

Victoria OMM. appointment 



r AWN MOWBRS OROUNO. FREE 
_^ Urery. Waltaa' Key Shop. Til 

MeUAN-S BAKBBT, 'tWO BTORBB 
1304 Douaias St and iMa Pandora Ave 

AK BAT 25C TAXI. LOWEST RATSB. 
day and nicht Phone O 3131 



o 



WOOD AND COAt I 

BARGAIN - SPLIT WOOD ANU ' 
heayy slabs mixed with nside bkMk». 
12-incli lenalhs. guaranteed i.e. er been .n 
salt water cord 13 25. 2 cords <»i':5 Oei 
your next Winter's wood in i. >w at whole 
sala priee Aaent* far Hiltcrcat Fuel apd 
Mayo Timber Co _a MI S 

BIO BNAPI 

Order yoiir acit Winter'* eapply at apeclai 
price 

YOUBOU BIG SLABWOOD. haver been In 
salt water, guaranteed full measure. , 
cord. 12 M. la cords, it 30. } eordt, MM., 



Aseal lor YOUBOO TIMBI 

Phone Ear743 



00 



<3TAMrB POR OOLLBOTORS BOUORT 
O aad MM. R Nalme, IMI Omrx St 

T" BACUP RBAOINO, MADAME AILBBN*, 
•oa Cook street, 8-5 o'clock. Evenlnea 
by appointment. Phone BllU 

TUXEDO surra, rent or sale 
Clarence Coatumlers. 7:>'; view r. ".811 



UA HAIBOBMinW 



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TTRRBLLB IB A 
loveliness Bcaatl|[y 



14 WANTBD^PBMALI RBLP 



MANtCTTRB BT 

thing of lasitnt 
your hands today 

MAISON TYRRrXl> 
Halrdreaain* Specialists 
David Spencer s 

HOBETTX SALON ~ O Uil CLUBTltii 
curl er Olaria ail perm Raaaeoabla 

i2«AoYALAr~oiiriitAifictmBCnm 
i eata AMiaere Beaaty BbdSao 8 44M 



BARGAIN SOOKE A LI. FIR SLABS, 
n .siO in Ide blocks, guar.tn'.eed. 13- 
inch. neyer Dcrn in salt water. 1 cd . 12 ij. 
2 cda . 1.1 40 Yard dry wood. 14 00 cd 
Bone-diy lordwood. 18 00 cd , stove lenatb 
Aaent for Kapoor Mills. Ltd. Ellll 

BIO CORD DRYLAND MIXED INBIOB 

h!f> k . si d slat>»ood. 1100. bone-dry 
lotdvioo.; .1. ic 00 none-dry siabwood. 
Ift UO, best dry inside blocks. Ift ftO. laland 
aad AlberM caaia. Mil up 
IHBba. bark^ ete Deaf a. B1SM ^ 

~ Bld~ BALE -500 CDS. DRY INSIDE 



A 



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Avanu*. 

GH>R BAUI - iratiATURB PIANO, 
r apertmeat *lae. beautiful walaut ea*e. 
only M1M Pleteber Brae. _ 

/ 1 OO n ' buys - TWO OOOD PIANOS 
' ' i.i; ;<0 and llft.M Two nice gramo 
piiones. 47 M and tl ftO Holland Bros 
7;s Pandora E 0111 

NF (•'ULL-8IZE PIANO^ TO CLKAR 

144 Ml lerm* a* iow*aa 'tia down. 

n.ilaii.'e arranged Third Floor. HudaOB'a 
B^y Company 

1>IANO ACCORDION CLUB FORMINO'- 
Accordton provided free of charge for 
apecial COUr** of lessons Enroll linrnedi- 
■teiT Pull particulars at Fletcher Broa 
victorlai. Ltd.. IttO Oooalaa Street, phana 

G :i48 ' _. . ' 

I >IANOS AT BAROAIN PIUCE8' FIR8T- 

I 'l ' , pisno*. well-known makes »uch 
» , Heinirman it Co Oerhnrd Hell. 'man. 
Wilhs Player. 8trn.id. Hfiiry Herbert. 
W^her etc PrK's from illB Third Floor 
II. .ri ..- > Bay Company 

U'lLUS PIANOS at prices and terms to 
ault I.ar'<e^t selection in Victoria ol 
new and used pianos See us b*lnre buvini 
WILLIS PIANOS LTD 
720 Fort Street 



bll^t^ns^ on the Ishind Also beariiiis 
collars, babbitt beltlna. ete. Capital Iron 
Ac Metals. Lid . 1132 Store Street. Victoria. 
B C Phone O 3414 



POWER LATRBB. BawK Jolnura Hick- 
man-Tya Rardware. SM Yatea O 1137 

RIFLE, 33 CAL . IS 19: PIBLD OLA88E8 
18 7.1. B power prismatic glasses, 117 ftO. 
jicen's aatche.v 0 tele^-opes II. SO radio 
1 lubes !)0r new Dunlop tires II 10 «I»el 
, nshlr..; r^.l.s. II Ift. microscopes |: 75 
\V«l'h,im and ElaIn Watches, 14 75, laiesi- 
.tvle speciarles to III any alght 13 75 
Aaron.son's Cul-Rate Store. 1331 Gov i 

1 FECIAL PRICES ON USED TREADLES 



Two bleeka froaieentre 

BEO-SFTTrNO-RboM. 
1041 Papdora E 7k3j 

HOUSBKBEPINO ROOMS 
quiet, clean, heated Leland. O lilt 

LINDEN. CORNER ROORLAND 
Briaht. eomtortable hoaeekaaplaB 

• onins all found; reasonable _ 

VANCOUVER— CLEAN: MODBRATE 
rsteirPWalki ne dut ance O 3392 

GOVERNMENT STREET —CLEAN. 
( lose n and r'a lonable rales 

HUMBOLDT. NEAR CRYSTAL 

Oarden; medaratei auiet Olltl 



1010 

t 

517 

7:u 



53 rLATI AND APAafilBNTC 

TO ..r.NT 



725 IMN'F ST 5 rooms 
771 KINO.S HI) 6 rooii.> iiiiMlfiii 
1643 HOIXYWOOD I'RF-HcrN I I 
rooms, hardwood fhmis. fully. 

modern MM 

P R. BROWN * BUNS. LTD 
1113 Broad SI Phone 0 7171 

HOUSEA APARTMENTS 

XVERY IJlHtiE HEl.tiTli Fl H • 

nished and unfurnlahed Up-lo oaie 
rental servlea. 

HEISIERMAR. PORMAN A OO 
801 view at Phaoe belli 

4 MOOBRlTuNPURinSliBD HOOBB ON 
•>'V Kiford Street, with three ktdreeata; 
avaiiabia tac eccupaacy aa a(ay IS. 

G tm 



MODERN 8TUC(;o 
furnace, laiage 



I^^CJI R Hm>M 
pies flreiilare 
In G 1771 



HOUSE. 4 ROOMS. HOP A 
wq^er. aood baaetnent 
rludiiic water Apply all Vine 



I n 

f lose 



Jli (OLD 

1 1 ' .III in- 

hlleet 



MODERN HOUSR TO RENT. 4M QUE' 
bee, St reel 

OAK BAY- FOUR R<X)M8. 
naok, aaraae, furnace. 



BHEAKKASr 
eu 133 50 

PalrtMd— Ala, roeaaa, furnace, aaraae, 
newly decorated; IM. Queena Avenue - 
Five rooms, bot-water heat, 130 Foiit- 
rooin duplex, hat-water Mat. aaraae. near 

bee. h 127 50 Marnlcol li Ca . Ltd 

E nn.'j 

2EVEN~ROOM3. FULLY MODERN. 8UN~ 

tall baeeaient. furaaeei 

I^^IOHT ROOMS, den. fireplace, hot and 
^ cold water in all bedrooms baseo.en'. 



SEV 
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only SInaer 
Tate* Bl 



Sewiiia Machine Co . in 



J^EE 
dree 



OUR WA1XPAPER9 BEFORE BUY- 



Pelnlv Ltd 711 View St 

NdiprrAL 



O 4711 

'cHAtRS. 
Oouela* B Mil 



inr 



RADIO 



j^^ATTERT SET. 



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I I OiranCBBPBR. bOUNTRY 
■ I < aaed booM: Its 
coioalal. 



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Ma7. I 



HARPEB itottMS mt raatat. Haaiaare 
panaaaeat aadw trave, awreei ahan- 
Mia._Bariarel ^Banrard Bids _B MM 

HAIRDttESSINO la Your Hone Quall- 
fled operator Reaaonable pricea B 3171 

AIRDRBSSniO IN V^OR HOBIB ~ U- 
perieneed apermtar Baipire ISM 

LaPRANCB BEAUTY ~SALOI« 18 
BOW authorlied to oae the Zoto'a *y*- 
tem of permanent waving Nn oiachlne 
no electricity You will be more thaa 
Pleased with :t llio I>out .s O 7441 



Never in water ea>\ <plii ready to bum. 
AM flr; no cedar or heinlork He*. 14, new 

• 3 2.A cd OK Fuel ( o o 03.'n 

\ SPECIAL BALE, TWO WEEKS 500 
rorda dry kindlina. ball price. U 00 
cord oieneaala Weed Co o SIM Nlabt. 

E3iia. , ^ 

4 SPECIAL - UP-IBLAND DRYLAND 

fir block and slab, la 1ft cd K ■ft32 



CORD 
An le 



NO I 

F'lel 



HR 

all 1 



MILLWOOD. 13 ftO 

' lie. r ..74J 



HEAD SAWni'ST FROM 
Tie Mills. 13 3* per unit 
% Sona 117 Cormorant 



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HOW POR PAtfc 
ORAOOATIOR 



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las Street 



K EI JAB 
work 



EIJABLX OIRL. ABOUT 34. GENERAL 
half day sl»ep out eicept week- 
ends tio moi •'■ Est^iiimalt girl preferred 
Phone () .innj 

VICTORU SCHOOL OP'^HAIRORBBSINO 
Saperviaed weefei MB SflBM IM Waal- 
aarth Belldtna 

— UPXRT irrXNOORAPHKR 
temporary poattloei laailna about 
State aae. reterencea. ea- 
4M1, Celealat 



V'e^ 



'ICTORIA BEALTV PARLORS 

••1ft tor a aood permanent 
'MIS " 



CAU 

All ea 



EDUCATIONAL 



nOSTVlWa RADIO AND PRFPARATORT 
eouraee of study Day and rvaalaa 
elaaeel Sprott-Shaw School R7|(4 



R 



OTAL Bosiirxas cou.roE. looe oov 
ammant Phone n son t W aara* 



24 



ML SIC 



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PIANO 



thraa 



iltVATIONt W 
MALI 



%lfS8 

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rox, 1054 Soiuhaaie Special be- 

ner • method Pupils rlslted O 2527 

^BMFLE BTUDloa. VIOLIN AND PIANO 
lie E 3*11 residence O Ttai 



DA.NCINO 



rsourr 



MIS 



ORBSBMAKINO 



Palmer 

BEST Up-lsland 
furnace, fireplace, I rd I3 50 

/ ^OOPKHAOB 8TOVBWOOD. I 
^ dry, tl ed : kindlin*._l3 cd o 2i4i 



a-VOLT 1-TUBE DX 
Foreat cro*ley eombiaatiee: reaalar 
II 6100. tala price S41.M. eamplate tIM 

Government Street 

VrourTrtADio is a dxucate inbtro- 

s ment have it repaired hv trained ex 
perls The Bay" specialises m nr«t- 
qualliy repair* Phone E71lt tor prompt 
serriee. A*k ear aerrlee man tee a tree 
lo gbeek H B. C— T hird Hear 

1 0Qfi radios' POR~ hire by wbbb or 

ls70n mooth Aaronson a Out ■ Bete 
Stor*_ISM Oav't St o*m _^ 

ih BLBCTiuc lubio department'' 
Duuela* at Pandera Pnone O arden liai 
ROTI ROOBBB MANTBL MODEL 

124.50 

IS Cm!'. »' b W*^ 

Uti^t^BBRT aTWCB^PlAiwTi ETC 



riV) BRNT 

I iLferoom •Milf 3151 

"AN - SAD PERAMBUI.ATOR: 
'nt rendition Empire 1341 

\" 'ACUUM CLEANER FOR RENT 
day Of week We doliver 
<*et Phone B mpira MM 



REASONABLY PRICED FOUR-ROOM 
unfurnished suite, in * block cloae to 
town, well heated, rerently redecorated 
and with asceUent janitor aervlee Apply 

TRB BOVAL TRUST COMPANY 

IMS Oovernment St 
Pheae BMlS or E IIM 

FIJRNLSHBD APARTMENTrsnTING- 



A 



half acre land, all 
lad ilirabai doeblo 
SMM 



furnace, laundry tub*: 
kind* of trait trei 
earaae 

ROLLAND 

Phone R814I 
MODERN HOME. 



J N 

36 , Winch Blda 
^SUPERIOR ••RO9M 



aSRe, pheae. aaraae. 
Marxarat'e Beh ee l IMS 



TAN 
len 



EXCEL- 



BY 

and eel 



,-»OR SALE— SOVBRnON STRAWRPRRT 



i nient 

mors R. 

11F 



13 M 

•bide* 



per 1 ono Apply W 
Rosd Phone Kent na 



BPFtC 1 1 V E PRINi'lNO 
la The 
-PRE8R- AOEin 
et 

MODERN B081NBSS 

it 9pens new market* Wins 
new customers makes new 

-coo ta eta, and euu down the eoet 



kitchen elccirie 
140 00: Close St 
Gladstone Avenue 

VltSA.'kM OOOB . - BK81 MUDEKAlb 
priced two-room furnisrieo and uatar- 
nisned suites in Victoria nice leeatloa 
cloae Ic town fuiiy modern E OMI 

\I.ADY DE.«lIHEfl TO KHAHE HER 
briaht. coinlor-.ahW turinslied suite 
With another lady. IIO Phone murnlnaa. 

Bssia 



ATTRAOnVB 
■The Honaandi*" private bath: aa* 



POBNIBHED 8 U I T X 
ftdi* " Privan 
bcauiTtully deaa EMM 

4 T THE 

• » rent, f 



rbata to Ha Question 

tl U Ihe 



At. . .1 

BEST 



rH% ooLONiari 



ISII 



oai waM 



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41 WANTED— MISCELLANBOL'S 



I to 

F."«OR IM.MEDIATB SALE-QUANTITY OP 1 
cabbage lettuce aad radlahea Apply , 



KfP"TAT10N eOR PA VINO HIOM 

eat price* foi raaa. aotuaa, laal* 
tove». luroilur*. ei aaftsias yea wMt, 
~i taS aaraaaie ant 



1751 Carriek 81 

H'tOR SALS son. MANURE CINDLRB 
• lavel fllllna rock I}elivered F. Mil 



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dlapoa* el 

le Oe7ft2 

NIlU' E .SILVER 
Mr >i i r ii es pa Id 



THE WILUNODON - SUTTB TO 
urnished or unfbmlahed. Fria- 
Phone E l<4a 



ft^ nice location. tSI. with aaa range 
Alao 4-reom. modern eoitaa*. near ear, li.'>, 
with eater and Iiaht laeladad. Boa 4333, 

Colonist, 

BUSHBY StTi~ ROOMS, 4 .BBIV 

looM v, 2 Isrge fireplace*, hot air 
luriiare redei orated ai d papered tl.ro.jgh- 
oui aaraae Rem I] on Mara, B«t« 41 
Co Ltd . 640 Fort Hi reel 

- OOfjK ST . COR PRINCESS -r- 
Modern ala rooma. tafaaea. 
aaraae Vacant Mav t E 1441 

BANK Hllirrr FIVE RfXJMS, 
\ mm% lower diiplrs aaa. baaement, 

erfl'i. (.irasr. 130 

•'-ROOM DWELLING. 135'! (lI.AI>SIONR 



•J4 



LMIl.") 



Avenue rem i; 



Phona E Mil 



Bl WANTED TO RENT— HOURBR 



rVRNlBI 



ftIA ^^^^^^^ 

• 1 OR l-ROOMnTFTTRNTRHBD COTTAOE. 
' •> within aalk • rl <ianre City HIah 
Srhool Phone ' ■ \ ' 



4 LVIN— MODERN, HBATBD FUR APTB 
*»• Oaa; two ble eka tewn. IO M Johnaen. 

PURNiBRED 

eonventences 



AT MONTROBB 
auite with all 



TTRACnVE BUTTBR 



APTS. 
medem 

FURNISHED OR 



•IB 



CNPntNlaHED 



U'ANTRD TO REMT-4-ROOM BUNOAr' 
low or d.ipiex. rea M Ba W a. twe adalta. 



ROYLE COURT 434 LINDEN 
nes'ed. urirrnixhed Caretaker 

1130 MAV. 
furnished eui 



OLYMPIC 
anah) two-room 



WBU 
EMRl 

coav 



A unfumished Bon Accord Apts O 0140 
\ 

A T MT EDWARD 
t\ f 

A 



_ . Bos 4145, Col 



lonisl 



MACHINBBf 



.M 



ACRtnRT Repaira Rae d boiler weld- 
en Martae iron works >15 



furnished weekly 



FURNISHED 
rate E 4933 



ON 



APARTMENTS UNFUR- , . 
nlahed suite, four rooms, bath O 79 JS "f^ 



T LELAND 



AND JEWELRY 
e 0843 931 Fort 



E E D - O B A I-N. 
si.rsis r<'r"l!;2ers 



MALA 
J X 

0 lft4l 

stove 
X 8551 

1 CD . 



cords. II 30 Phone O 1S1I 



'-'toRDWooD— 4- rr 



DRY BLAB. 14 ' 
dry. t4 00 



14 00 BONE-DRY. 

MOO: bark, limbs, etc Bpaven, E ISM 

5, 3 CDS. 1100 BEMt- 
dryland. 13 35, Inalde. 
I4.M: heavy alab. I3.M; mUlwood. 13 11 
a ed* . M M Dtatribalata Belklrfc baaiber 
Co a wood O MM 

DOINOB. SEMI-DRY. 13 M CORD 
Cameron Wood A Coal. 1114 Broad 84114 

FIRin -GROWTH COROWOOD 4 FT 14, 
tiov* lenaiha Ift 1ft. I cda 17 50 G 6»e9 

r-S UARANTEED ALL DOUOLAS FIR. 13 7J 
Y cord 3 cords. Ift 00 Bone-dry, 14 35 
cord, ineide eloekv 14 M. thick aUb*. II )0 
aord; dryland. MM eord Bhawniaaa 
Dooalae Oa BMIA Aaenta. Selkirk Lam- 
ker Ca . _„ 

100D MT 

to UN aaiR OtUA 

8 1113 _ 

FOR a COR044 NO I FTK MIIX- 
aeod. inalde flr. 14. bark |faba 
la » Ceiwoed Weed Co O 4044 

CD. DRY SLABS 14 50. DRY 

millwood IJ 35 dryland ElMJ 

TP-ISLAND 8LAB IJ' ROD 
Wood Co Sloh* at 0 7714 



nRA8SF.S 

of all k nds 

M?n Brryart 



ROOTS: 
Brack- 

O 4155 



s 

msr-Ker Milhn* Co 

SPECIAL EASTER BARGAIN 

4 CHOICE Climbing Roses, siron* pisnts 
11 00. Layrite Suraertaa. Ltd.. 7M Port 
Street, O S IM ^ 

••sR wtfYr| .iP AND M OTORCYClBa 

CM BICYCLES. 113 M TO Ml M 81- 
^iciei repaired iVe also batlM W- 
Aaronson'a CMI>Rate 



SI AVX BULT8 HIOHX8T PRICES PAIL 
for cood eolu Man b« iput traai 
la re* flr trees Canadian Waatera Oeaper 

age Ltd B 1731 



SASH 



\A1 



I s (jUJ 

y \ 



^ILVER 



"Neat Door to Everyihine la Taaa " 
■ BBVBRLBY HOTEL APARTVRMt . 

734 Tate* Street, off OeeaJa* 
|>RAIR1E EXCURSION fSTS. ATTENTION 

1 Bedroom*, houaekeepina raaai* 

•uiie*. by dey week er aMMS. Oaai, 
water, heel. *W . free 
JAB A ORIPPrrH. Prop O 017I 



and 
Naht. 



as 


. ADToMoitii.es 




•A POB SALS 



cycle* 
Store 



1313 



PACIKH., GoUj HMELI'ISG CO 
Broad 8l Oppoaite Colonial O i734 



U 'ANTED 
men a clethin* 



FURNITURE, 
for cash 



rooLS 

O 4913 



AND 



FOR 



and 

IIM 

ilerfBR 



parts 
Govt 81 



G 4733 



BICYCLES HARRIS 

Bicyele^Stere. ill Fart Street O 7 W4 
T ET TOUR KIDDIBB RNMY THEIR 
I i t oiidsTs on a loycycle m ayewt We 
I ave a large number of both new and 
1 used Hyycycle* In all glaea Year oaterown 
machines taken in eichanae Reblnaoa'a. 
1330 Broad Street, oppoaite Coianlat. 



w 



ANTED - TOOLS FURNrrURX AND 
luafe bf all aiDd* Phooe O ftlM 

ANTEIV^«K)lt STOVr IN OOOD r£- 

[.« r r ' s sr.i.s ', ,-■ ■ ?0 S4'r.- * *- 



BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HIOH CLASS 
apartment imy own home< Nothiaa 
meet In Victoria Would rent indeflnii»ly 
1504 Elford Street B 0410 or E 70«7 

MR AND NEW SMALL APARTMENT 
self-contained. IMI Bl ford 81 BISfT 

I 40RAL~OOORT.'ni8«'*8mb(>R 
^ / eaaitart, 



UTO BN O I NI S IN OOOD CONDfTIOR, 
lo clear Pl«-ton Packard, 145 7H. 
ton White truck engine. 175. lwln-«<a 
Packard 140 International tao-ton III 
We have spare parU for trie foliowin* lata 
model ears m stock 1934-30 Buicka. 
Cadillac, Chevrolet. ChryfWr. Oedae. Baaea. 
Model A Psrd Hudaen. HapaiBbUi. 4e«« 
ett. Pane. Pontiae. Bee. Btadebekw. 
Willys-Kmaht: also a larae aeeortment of 
•ruck parte SK tires all <:»es b.lteries. 
lenersiors. stariers Nash sedan, like rew, 
1350 l-realdent I' aedan. new h«t'ery, 
Mres. 1450 

PACIFIC AUTO WRBCKlNf. • MD 
•17 View St I' • ' E .Ml 

^MODXU UOOO 

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USTIN OOUPB-IM8 
onditlen. IIM 

r 5IJ2 

FRT CASH OfVBR — IIM CRB 

oach wiU take other ear part trada. 

E 'M4* 



sLOSE TO HION SCROOit MIRNISHBO 



apartmenta 1 
:]5l Pandora 



to 4 rooma. 
Phone owni 



from 111 M 

R 7*4* 



4S rOtL1R% AM) LIVAHIUCR 



BATCBLNO BOOS 



r, 

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$5.00 

la 10 c 



%mtfry READY 



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NATCMfNO BOOS 

Phone G r:57 



AlfD 



TENNIS RACQUETS 

Repaired and Restrunc 
Single Strlftas 

Each Addtttanal Stnna 

Ceaiptete R ea tr i aa l aa fiaai ••. 
Rave Taan Oeae Mar by 



3»e 
30c 
MM 



All Blcyeie Repair* aoS Part*. 
B«y a new ar recandittonod maehtae en 
with a liberal aU*w- 
«r eM bicycle 



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rnUlTRl *Nt alTPFIiya 



HATCHIMO BOOS AND CHICKS. WHITE 
Wyandottoa. elaa Sad-Wyaadette ereea 
Broody hen* tor (ale Oarbett 8 ISII 

ATCHINO "eOOiC ^RHODE IBLAffD 
Reds. eth;bit:on and i«» ng strain 
II •*»»• BUwark Taiuraau Or B eeoi 



H 



CHF.18 APT -CCJ8Y. WELXr-PLANNED 
room unfurnlahed aiilte. private " 
trance no atairs 

A ELL-HBA i-EL 

J4' Unden At> 



RONT 8UI 
rooma unfurn: 



« 7758 
LAMOL 



1)4 

irai 

V 

II A R R O G A r E APARTMENTS, 
I Hearh Dn.e Oak Bay 



fully 



1301 

fur 



UXTTBR Oa* Mlleaae 
aiara. as O, 



TtUolaoo Car 
IM Mka 



/^NVBRTlBliB. COOPR AUBURN - Thia 
ear 18 la pertaM aaaidHlan ^295 



Simp 

I.^SSBX OOAOR— 
■i 1931 

FVJRD TUDfJR- 
Bacellent condition 



$165 
$2.50 



OBCn. EVE MfJTORS. LTD 
OM . T UM •Rd Vieara Ste 



mined esci'.>sive E *5'.1 

E: Y FURNISHED 

I » r '.i.r.t < 1 0 m.r 



aMe 



"aRD R» \jUn GROWTH. 4 P^,|4. BTOt^ LOTH 1 



lARTR MOWEIM SRARPBNBD. II 

Delivery Both Waya R epaira 
Reaaonable 



and Tar* 



Ricycl*e.>apanta 




tie horee* ter 
Johnson Street 



1'» 

Vrnm 140 

Street 



FARM H<'>R^ES rrjR 

UP R Robertaen. MM Oaa Bt M 




N'UEIY FURNISHED 3 OR l-ROOM 
.i.r '..'r.n 10 m.r. jtes Irom HSC 

Nice sr ir 1< garaae ll 'i up aOO Ooraa Rd' 

.. 

NE VA' ANC Y PARK MANSIONB 901 
Nor'h Park fully f jrn.t^ied, wariw aitd 
eofnfortable X M73 or 141*1 

SUrrX. -TRESARTHA. IBM 

Pfiealp 



if 

^INOLB 



HOOrr APTS -COMFORTABLA 
8 laaai aattea. iiiht ineladed 



a AND 
O MM 



iCn aMORTMORN 

alto e>ill 'elf 7 

atrasa D. 

R.e 



raVOT MANSIONS SUPERIOR 
^ niafked. eerviced it required O MSI 

•Nr PNfqnpD i booms hkatbo 

r» h iOI7 Con* B'rewf O 1443 



f aURAirr OO 
\' dBere* 1 



O M C 

y 

"cheap. 



Track* 

"what 



Oerae Baad W. 



L'HJR BKPBRT REPAIRS OB TOOR OAR 
r aaa MB Bri M aaaC HaM 
~MMlM8l 



I^KjR SAIJI 'iNE 
ra' be se-n a 
Or phone OMM. 



BRALROni' 



GBT ewr prleee on Car Tap 
Upbotewry Work 



8MPRX88 OARA 
lift Oovernmeas tk 



OR 




M CASH 



7 I W'ERTHOtMF 
R I >> Newl 



I9M smcK UfMiT 

erwl'><*d go'.d r 



• f ./Mifna s.» « er»»I',«*d go'.d r 

eaceiiant cwndttilRall reand. Uceaaad. 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. THURSPAY. APRIL 16. 1936 



17 



r 



A Mart tor Busy Readers — Proper ty tor S^e or Trade 



4 



C7 BOATB AND LAVNOIt 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 
SUBSCRIBERS 

Out-o»-to*n tJOtabut who •^f' 
to mrsmi. tdmtiamtmntt In «^^lch 
only th« ttWphont rurrbm «* «h« 
advertiser li giv«n, «««y mail int«» 

repli«» to Th€ Coloni$t ird Th« 
Colonist Mill comfnuntc«t« fcich t- 
pl«s to \ht tOmitm. 



AUTOMOItll.KS 

- tCenUDuedi 

A REAL BUT • 
d iHRVaLUt SEDAN -n SuiUI "C »0«« 
(v M4 >o tottly condition 

tlM^n*«; no* » »" 
c«rd ttPhoI.Ur». U«#d by on. o»i.»r only 
•"?»n th. b».t of c.r. C.r h.. , 

l«r >o»«r irl». Uc«»e» U P**^ 

rwprtMU f075 

only ■ 



OAT* lUlLT AMD RBPAlMDi WOIMt 

in'»ll»lion«. macbUM work. wMM, 
m.r.i.e w.y. VlclorUk IM«r iMl C». «l» 

Hay Rt"- E 1921 

,, , A. H^v^, rwo awLAKF. eni> 

Wh». • 

BOA I LU USSR UKUAIL VHUU* AND 
II <^ oair _«lt— 4 OAL MIIL O 14a 

i^sBLL A~ roLL raMoc of SOAT 
and ear batMriat 8bl» ^handler* 
<MeQuad« «). U4 . Ui* Whart 1 t lUj^ 
rANTED-nSHBOAT WITH MARINE 

PI. ViT (» H.)X 411(. Cot onlit. 

A.ffx BUYS J«-rr nSHBOAT WITH 
<^^MJ ll-h p Parrtll marlnt. damii 
compMa. apart part*, all ready lo iu 
tf** M oUMr bMU and cruiaort. Enter - 
prU* Whaff. foot of fort 8t 

FT CABIN CRUISER. nJLLY 
•»•> Pn,jinP«U, wuh » It. • in tx"*!* 
h p. manna tntln* Bo« 4373. Colotuiit 



(OentlatMdi 



CMMMANOINa VIEWS ■ 

NBW UX-ROOM ■Ti;CCO BUHOAl^W. 
two badrooma. dra. Uvini-reom. art- 
pUrf full baMmcnt. hot-air lurnaca. 

iNE ACRE »itii wnoyamla tlaw« > 
WtU »fll an bloe J-i,')!) 



^ ' tra 

•r leu/ ••'ft by MS ft . 



■ch 



-MARA. BATB * OO 



e«0 Fori 



LTD 

Phon# E ' 



124 



BUSINESS OPrUSTUNITIBH 



a TTRACTIVB. 

lUrp Iiviiu f'jr I 

Illlllll>(llHt<- 



^■VCRAI. 

3 Job n apD. 



CAM AT M3 



w 



ONDKRFtTL tWnailMO IN 
pontlae aadan T—- 
fully auarantead 



modf-i pontlae aadan Thla ear^ «• 

new and i " 
Licancf. too Cith py urmj; 

MUTUAL AOTO 
•St iohn«on J4t 

1_ nucmo 

flni<i%M — < iH < ii 

Bos tftfc Orto«tot, 



tirnXTS-KNlOHT 
W ally n»w tirtt, 



A LATl 
ir It Ilka 

1325 

Ana O Mil 



OROWtNO ri« AND 

.. fiiily a<4Ulpprd, 
ai..ii,i.' ;i»r»oir^*fi-"C»«Hr 
■.ii.i. ivt<4 Oak Bay Avt 

KOOMINU HOUSE. JO 



IMMtUIATE ACTION WANTED 
•Ol^n CLIFNT iiitruitt u« to »«11 
^a.-T>)U ai aiicr. • v<ry uice modarn 
itucGo biltoaalow. Miuatad an TWO Ma. 
"l fVne»rf^ and nirrty tald mtX wllh pnu- 
uiriiisl tf's and shrub* 
f:i.irani.r li»:i l»r»e llvini-room. Hrfplne*. 
iliiiitiK-rooni. two Iar«» badroom*. modrrn 
kitchen ihr»»-r*«c« bathroom with ihowtr 
B, .enient. furn»i*. laravr C«m»nt walk" 
Thi» properly wall silu»i»d. »ood »le«» 
dona to car and bus I.ow t»\'> I« lU ; 
wrll daaMattd and nearly nr» ippcikl i 
alaelric llsbl Aituret A bum* n at pricr 
MkPd. Ml tarmi 

TO PRAiniE VI8I1()R« 

U'E hue ■• \'>' 'if tood rr\ <>,l)urb»n 
»ud counirv i.ioorrliPi »» would Ukr 
-to »lu»1» TOU whilr you arr M^ltina in our 

elly 



$200 Cash Down 

Balanca aianthly. placea yon int^ a 
modern four-room ntucco bungalow, 
about (iva yean oid. iituated in a 
telect part of Pairdeld dialricl. It ha< 
open fireplace, full cement baaameut. 
turnaet. lafaae. aood gardan lo» Co»i 
iLftM. aMrtUet price $2100 

Thu li the beat buy in the dldr.ct 
Ser u» lor acme ru'llent buy» In the 

U . . :•• ■ tr;<-t. «. Ii F».iiiuh 

mm E. MAYMES. LTD 

m rOBT STBECT 
tiM. »1i«i>lla taawMoa. CoUaalioa* 



C.P.R. mm 

mmm 

Terminate Anotlier Success- 
ful Reason at Smoker^ 
Trophies Presented 





LEAOIIF MATtHFS 

lliLL[iLSAl^Rii,\yiACiiNfl|L[llliEft 



Ju\rnilr «;<m « f r Elf\en» to (oii- 
luiur Play for Loc»l T«t»*— 
. MM«tac Ti 



F 



)rit ORAIIAM I)E LUXE 8KIJAN 

ANOTHBR EXCEPTIONAL BUY 

Motor - la Mr(«ct runnlnc order. 
<?iod Urpa aU Ibe way 
hydraulie four-whaal brakaa. lour- 
apprd tranKmiaalon, and lafaty fiaaa 
111 nil windowa. Interior In apotleta 
eonditlpo and upholatered In aenu- 
IM BMbair valour A nna rtmiiv 
Mr. tlTlM planty of room for nve 
•r all ■■aaamari Economical to 
SrtfSrawIrtlo I«* V A car that 
will tlva you mllaa of carefree and 
aatl^faetory tranaportation t*t ua 
demonalrala and explain how you. 
too. can b« a proud owner of ona of 
'Mr tuad aM k drtalia 



TOOAra vmt but 



BKICK-BUILT 
badropoi*. Una kitchen, dmiaa-rojjg 
and MUi bsaamMt. John Wood. 107 
YatM Bt.. Victoria Phona O 6313 

.tOR SAL* - GOOD LOqfTlOK OH. 
Uland Hlahway between Chemalnua 

and Lad»»mlth Siirll Oa» utaiipn. grocery 
and I iiiiffrlMin'Tv itorr mill living quar- 
lera, for ISjO <*.1i Keiii rea,oiial?le, good 
raturni W J Matcham. R R. 3. Lady- 
tmltli. B C . 

P" RINTBRS; A rare' OPPORTUNITY 
Unique printing buMiifi.« doing round 
tlOO per werK. with poaltlva increa.ie IU 

^itht. to be .loid at la* nndar a*uipmeni 
invoice. |4»0 caah takaa tba buatnata. No 
agenta or purely tnquUltlva anawtrs. Box 
4351. Colonlat. • . 

I>RIVATX UMITED COMPANY RE- 

I quim a ..rcrpiiii v-lirii Mirer lnve«t- 
maoi IdSO. B<i« Colonlat. 




; Another luccessful bowltim wh- 
; aon was termljuiMd lut nl«ht at 



OLIWIC ALLEYS 
TtatM Beat CBlMUst 

Willi lour of their five men bowl 



With all lotirTTfibs seelnn scttoii. 
league nlMU■h«■.^ art' b.'.!<'d S.furciax 
ior loc«l juvenile football tf«n» 
HUI's Oorner. league leaders, will 
Daiiv nines b.iitle the VlctorU West Oubs at 
VutoHa West Parlt. with Bdgar 



City Relief Qprnmittce Chair- 
man Expresses Thanks tor 
Support Giveru 



INDEPENDENT XWBI.RANCE 
AOKNCXB& 



LTD 



S74 Tatca Bl 



Phone O IWl 



JAMES BAT 

ROOMING HOUSE— GROUND FLOOR: 
IJving-room. dining-room with Cire- 
pl»ce» iunroom. Ullrhen. and housekeep- 
ing room witii own kitchenette Upalalri: 
Three bedrooms and extra large hall 
Ptill baienient hot-a r furnarp All in 
good ahape 11.800. or «ill loiiUdet ex- 
change (or »mall btuifklow. cloaa in 

MARA, aara * oo. ltd 

640 Port Street E71.4 



TWO OObO BOTB IN NORTS OUAOlU 

DI8TRICT . 

dke ("rt 4-ROOMED NEW STUCCO 
lM4-»M' buiiaalow Living-room with 
open nreplace. T" bedrooma. kitchen wuli 
bullt-ln feature* Oarage stuccoed lo n.airn 
houte Lot MxUO. on good itreet. siil. 
low taxea 

d>«ir;i|/|— HNB HOME. CONTAINING 
^>t)UU large livlng-room with open 
fireplace and oak floors Dining-roOm. 3 { 
bedrooma. 3-plece bathruom. nice kitchen 
Full cement baaameni «itli fuiuaie and 
laundry tuba Separate garage Window 
•hadea and llM Included Standtnc on 
nearly l)al( an aert laid out in baautiful 
~ ^ta and barrtai. TbU li 

HEATH 



B. E. 
m Taua BtrMt 



B4S«t 



TMt. VUiacy. LTD. 
OtttrikatafS •! ^uailU Tranaportatian 
tM* Tstas m. iMaa O 7Ui 



UX>IC FOR THH RBD O.K tao 

IM4 CHEVR($Urr MABTHK tt7*tll 

HEDAN Z. 1 

\tii cllirvROLET OB LUXB ft(lS5 

M.\ >AN ^ 

l!>33 C.I nsMOIlII.E , 

C ()A( H ' ■< » 

11133 I lIKVROLrr il'J.")'*,) 

11)3 EBHCX !C ( . )( ) 

COACH ^ 

SEDAN I •* 

Watch For Our Dailr B»e«lalB 
THB MOTOR HOU8I UBBD CAR DEPT. 

Chavrolat OMlan 
»7I Tataa Btraal »•«• 
Opta BtraolBia 



Box 4111 Colonlat. 



KOOMINQ-HOU8B BUSINESS - TOUR- 
leen lUce clean Iull»-(urnl»he4 t«o»i» 
Very central location Tenanta aupply 

ihnr o*n heal Rooiha always rented lo I 

good rla^^ ol tenanu (Jood r»\eiii..- pi" , 
dii'pr Kia.w.iiable rent Verv .-K.^y -o i 
m* atter; nvtwi I- U <:«n»ei» *i Ca..; 
102} Doualaa 8<re> : 

J^EBTAURANT. UoINlt CONCERN. FOR 

partner imalp' 

JiLMTABI.E POR MAN WITH BUSINESS 
ft (xperieiice and personality, outdoor 
Ilia, aalling a food product u%ed eiery day 
In every houaehold At leaat 1100 net 
monthly afteriall axpanaaa paid. Takea 
13.000 ca»h to haadlt.. Aak far V. Bai- 

»ha»e. O 4IIJ • ' 

nWO EXPBRIBNCBD MRM HAVE FINE 

I location for tie mill Would Ilka rjj-, 
liable partV to back them With a mill. 
Box 4341. Colonial 

W( arscuLizL in selung ouai- 
naaaea Largest dealers in rity L 
C Conyera * Co . loai Uougun si 

:« KX» HANOE— REAL ESTATE 

I^^lTaALE. OR EXrilANC.B p-OR FIVE 
room buiinalo*. uriM-riv .>n(i luijec 
Honery bualneas, close in exr.ikn- liMiiic 
quarters For parllculara app.v owner 
Box 4337. Col oiMat Wo aaaiits 

~700 Ll»a Tradaa 

SQUARE DEAL REALTY 
ini Broad Straat O «»' 



SPECIAL GORGE DISTRICT BHAP 

t4.)00 PROPERTY REDUCED •OnOft 

to ONLY f«lMn/1/ 

Owner Leaving for the Bast 
tt ft oP roadf rontage. about 00 ft. of choice 
watertrontage and 170 ft in depth Fv.ei- 
lent soil. Stone fence This modnu n- 
ream rasldanee M m ar s t» c laaa toitdm o u 
High elevation Wonderful vlaw. Double 
garage. HUh basement, hot-air furnace. 

We Write Plre and Auio InsuiaDce 

«M Ttaw atmt Owoatta Bptaccr a 



U>WfeBT PRICEB IN TOWN 
If II DE' BOTO FOUR - DOOR SEDAN — 

Motor coninlcielv ov>rhauled. flrat- 
' rlana fcppearaiue. tood lUes riii. 
r»r has an all sirel bodv, liydraulic 
brake*, full force-feed lubrlfatinii 

ihrouahoul motor, Aliia»lnum pmion- 
llg-ear parfornkaneo aM appearance 
at amall-car operatlnc !ft 1' 

coat . ./ •Tt— » 

lOM FRONTKNAC POI'R IKVIR^ ."''^P'^Ii 
CillHrsnleed . — 

.chaiiically 

new-car ord>M l ues iir«ciirHllv new 
This ear ha.-, done Mnall mileage mid 
l» Buaranleed lo sue the greatnat in 
eeottomv and drlvlnc fl4H5 

Krom 



JB MOUSES rO B SALE 

BOUTH OF OAK BAY AVBNU* 

LMoar NEW » - ROOMED STUCCO 

iioMK cON.sisriNo Oh' f:ntrance 

MM, I, IJVINO ROOM WIUI FIREPLACE. 
l.s.MM.I. DINtNd HOl'M sy\\ KI1( I11-J< 

X)M3 



A 



in ^ I condition ma- 1 VI I I H iiir sink two BEnRr)oMS 
i pholMerv and paint ln|^jj„ MdpniN nMinui<-iM ikiwN 



nRnrr home 

7-ROOII intra-Modern Stucco Bungalow. 
* llvlng-roem 30x34 ft. with huga stone 
nrephice cosv den fully equipped kitchen 
and bieiikf«M iiiKjk concealed stair to 
spacious attic hardwood floors, hot-water 
heating nyilem ttith aiitomaili- oil burner 
electric power, ett Lot approx. S.%x323 ft. 
in quiet, secluded locauott with picturesque 
getting, cloaa to Oak Bap aolf llnka and 
with unsurpaaaad via* of aea and mount 
UU». A moat attractl-va proparty and »' 
IT.Mt la a -rtal baraain. 

•WQiatTON * IfUBOIUVB. UMITED 
•M BroiMMM atraot 



OOWICHAM BJVt AND MHi. RAT 
WatarfrOBt Residencea and Oottaa*a i 
Sale or Rent 
O WALUCH 
Real Batata and_ tnauranca Acant 



COLES, HOWELL 
«CO.,LT0. 

TEN MILE POINT 

A Mast Altraetlee RMiaalow. Mtaadlng 
aTBafoUlal itc«lo#od Oardap af 
Oear. aa Aara 

There fs a dellghtlul liviiu-rooiii 



iih 

aOUthern exposure, larite >ipc. nenr'i, 
dining-room, which can be used a» 411 
extra bedroom: t^o Una badreoms 
Ith cloaets: ' baUtroem: ronvenieni 
kitchen, hot-water baatlM. ' 
economical oil buratr. Vary 
Prired to •■'W ai 
■on iiiiiiv' 

rarint the Bav Dellghlliil hi 
site ».ll ireed City watei 
Uaht a«d niiui.e 

Half acre ».•<■ '■ 



$3900 

I »)ii liM.a 

$750 



SASEENOS 

Plve Acres- -One acre cleared Cotlaee 
llxK. Soma fruit and imi t 
Aereaa road from aaa SI flOQ 
Tasai MOO Price * I www 

COBBLE HILL 

aa Acrea Partly cle«i<-d 
On good road, near aea 
Pru e 

CLOSE TO HIGHWAY AND 
NEAR SEA 

la Acres Five acre* riiUuated AI 

k.i.d* of fruiu JUa acre* buah Good 
««iei supply aad eraokr rivo-room 

i)iiiniiUi» . open fireplace In Iltlnairoom 
Electric light BOUthriii exposure 
Snap at too easy 

ter m; 



$600 



steso 



COLES, HOWELL 
S CO^ LTI. 



an VIEW BT. 



riioM <; Hit 



ing over 600. The 
, had mile Uouble taking the mea.-viie 
the Empn.^s Hotel when mem be IS of i^onparells ye.M.iday Boidr a.s referee, while Km lu malt 

the C P R. I*nvt-i)ln League gathered -^ j^ ^ ^ chaUehge match. , Meat Market will opua>e Wmipx^ 
for their annual amokii.. coiieert 1 5S^,"^oon newspaper boy. k^P'L*^ "^^Si *lth dui in. 

and Lll three gainer bv romfortable mar- i W. JTCuU tooUng the whialle. , 

day by 



and. pi^aeDtatton of trophleji 



more than 'heir 



and 



ether pr./e... In tho ..bsei.re of J A- gins and ttni-shed .hi 

^ . «f ,V^m toppling SOD pill 

Kennedy. NUpennieivdtut ol j^jendly rivals Edgar Borde, Col- 
E. & N. Railway Ooinpat»yr-G»«P*^ cftist' lead-afl n^n^. headed the pin 
elite Johns, maiiagri ol the Olym- ] jspuu i s with ai .s^ore of 773 
pic Recreallona. pi-esented the aU- Walter Metcalfe wa-v h 

Times with 6S1. 
Xlie scores follow: 
'I CoiaaWt NoaparoUa 

E Boide 73" 

Buckle 1"< 

19.1 



are bUled 



verware to tSr vaflSfl* "IWHWiSn: 
- George Dbton. oj the E. & N RalU 
\t;iv Compaiiv. acted a« clialrmaR. 

,iiul *a^ ,i.s~-i.->ifd by 




Jack Aylwln, ' » ^ 



(iii-rmUr s,-(iri,,:\ nl the leaKue, A 
line tpnceri programme was glvt n 
with the fc^lowlng artUU taking 

I part: E Prentice, comedy songs; 
Teddy Blah, community singing; 

j Oeorgf 0.ard piaiu), C P. Armi- 
ste.id. piano, I'oin Obee. comedy 
soiiKs; Bnie Iinpjlt. son\i- J A. 
Walford spoke briefly to the meei- 
mg. 

"TROPHIES PRESENTED 



H as 

Dunn 



114 
30« 



?S4 

: M 
ita 
iss 

317 



lOft 

iooh- «m 
no- MS 



773 
411 
.i3« 



Totala MO 

Tha DaUy Times 

I Donaldson 1« 2" 

J CaddeU I« 

W Metcalfe 

V. Baincg \\\ 

8. JonkUia 



:>sa 

118 

173 



Totala 



280 

W 10*4 test 



tm 

640 
619 
•51 
.>*• 
W7 

3133 



Klek-^s 

o flock 

An miporiant meeting of the 
Lower laland Jmenile PoiHbai; As- 
sociation Will be lield In Tlie Colo- 
nist boardroom UMborroa' evening at 
7 30 o'clock. The protest lodged by 
Wlmpv a Caf»»talfr wiU be dealt with 
at thus nieetiiik; 

Plans for ihe Capiial.-.' \i.Ml to Na- 
naiiim I'll -Siiiuicia.s Ap:il -0 u> play 
South "WeUuiglon in the Island ftiMil 
WUl also be discussed. All dubs ar* 
asked to have delegates present. 



COMMEBt lAI. HVtPIV l.l.At.1 i; 
Tllllruiiia— D Donaldson. 713 B John 
I The loUowlllg tlopllK'.s v>v\v pie- 1 ^,on. S47: «r~Anaef»n. T4»i:5^Neill M« 

isented: CP. Expre-^s team, t '''^'- | 

• lenge Cup. with a miniature going ^ Hubev sjo w. Bown 
1 to each member: winning team fol- > Kl.ha■d^ol 
j lows. H Wilkinson, captain; C. M. 

I Ti< kit- C.eorKf L>ey. P E. DutOt. W. 

;M(U;iMnid ;ind A KiUKht. City 



Bi own 
418. W 

I .,64 J Newaksm. sti; haadl- 

I cap. 300. Total, t.m: 
I Btockara' Bacarity .TranMer woo two 



llamilton Youths 
Will Tour South 



HAMILTON. Ont April l.'i ■> — 
I Headed for California to test their 
skill in hockey and lacroBBeexhlbl- 

tloK.t imp Hamilton yoythB le.ft 
here today Rangmi \n age from 
sixteen to iwrntv-oiif the youths 



Mr 

Y*; 



H. O. KIrkbaa Ca.— Mobey. 530 
., . .Connan 349 Bryant IM Jones. 491 

CMficen, Laniyan Tropliy, R V. Lea. t .gj pavi—. h a n dica p . «. Total, 
captain; Wgh average cup Joe Mc- ...^o^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^ uh..,., .« 

Lennitn: high score cup for single 1 toUmv .s79 R Oodtei. 40i a Perry, 
game. J J Hlckey; hig h score cup ; 4ni .v .sieaardson. .■-»« low Kore 



for three games. Don Oraham. 




ROOM BTUCCO BUNGALOW AND GA- 
rage, open flraplaca. new plumbing. 
Med sink blinds. llAotaum: flOOd llahinx 

and bt>Hting. taxM I3S Price 13.000. lesa 
(ni rush or good down payment, balance 
»x i,-iii Owner 120 St Lawrence 8t^ 

AorvfV— BAANICH FOUR-ROOMBD BUN 
nN^VfU .(alow witli half acre, elty water, 
iiaht t»0 eaab. balanaa_ lit par month 
Chlahotm* W 



AVE., AM. 

• ronyenlaarfs. taxes «"« Clear' title. 
13.300 Phone B03a4. da%>ime 



Extfiislve Views 

In a hluli sltu*tlon commanding views 
of tl.e OuK laUnds. Mount Baker and 
other sections, this comfortable family 
iioma hag tbrao badrooma and ancloaad 
sleeping porch, alao llvlna-room. din- 
ins-rooiii den and ■ kitchen with Ula 
sink lie hoire i» of particularly 
• arm conatruction. Is heaiad by' auto- 
matic stoker, and with 
thrao Iota tha prtea la . 

(Famitura mav be bought In aitu If 

■1e-.;ri(1 1 

Kar k Staphaoaom Ltd. 



liiw r.nverwmoM Bt> 



O tut 



10 CI. on 



pleasure 
Many Oil 
NATIONAL MOTOtt CO . LTD. 

•is Yaloa Btr«t Plwaa OMTI 

OlWB BVOBIBBS 



BtflfnC BBDAN (607) fOOR "J^ 
condition. Boanurul la every SgJ^ 



HIAIK.i I'NK RKPHoiiM 
WOOD KLOOIttl tiAKAUr. 
BASEMENT FURNACE. 
PRICE REin CEP TO 



HI' 
IN 



MAUD 
CKMhN 1 



80 



PROPERTY FOR SALE 

1 ai re^, 



reipact 
B UICK 

feanaia 

HUO0ON 



(MM I rOVn WTAU. 

$525 



POUPB .JNSI 
Looka and rub* Ula m 
BWInbla aaat 

BUIOK BIPAII (»«Ai. 

•I amall coat 

Aaadr i Bwat tt Otban 



rOtTR STAR 



DAVIB-ORAKR.IKmJHfc VTO. 
Balck and Oldsniobile Cars— O M r I lu. - 
rwt Bt at Quadra City Service Uataae 

TtaMvta 



SQUARE .DBAL REALTY 

tSM Broi^ SlNft 



o«ui 



OBRTIVIBD USED CARS 

U» oRBTROUR Waator -r* 

Bada4i 

ItM DOIXIB «0 Luxe 

Badan 

1*34 DODGE d4 Luxe 

Badan . 

loat CHRYBLER Royal • 

Badan 

IWN OODOE amaU 



/^UMPLBTBLY STOCKED ACRE. WITH 
' J chicken house, domestic orchard, small 
fruit mcludlnit ln««iis .uid raspberries 
altuate on- good ro«d aljuii three miles 
out. With waMr. light and phone Uid on 
Wall-landaeapad aarden. atocked with flow- 
era. AUO a cottage of live rooms, m 
sm)d condition, with romrete baaement. 
cosy Bitting - fOom. dlnuig - room, well- 
eiiuipped kitcben. three-piece bathroom 
and two badrooma. 

Price . . , 

TKIX-TRBED ACRE AN1> oVK IllIKD 
• bout half culm H ted. >!■'- ■. ounn 
fruit trees and beautifulb lo. k,-. <iu1 
landscaped garden. Attrariive buneal-rw Af 
ftva room*, large IHing-rooni with Im- 
pure and fine outlook; well - equipped 
I ■ hen with nook. Modern balhroom, 
tiuee heilrooms. gobd basement. (iirn»,e 

THE ROYAL TRUST COMPANY 

Baal Baulo OapwtmoBt 
INI Oovt. Bl. PIMM B«tN or B UM 



8ALE - APPROXIMATELY 130 
with (-room, fully modern 
I oii-.r Illy water, light, etc: Ideal for 
uoala 01 sheep, aonderful view low taxes. 
T iniie circle U2,J00. or would' consider 
exchange for good in%ide property. Apply 
7U Part Btraat _ 

PIBCB OP GOOD LAND 
. Mi ACRES, all cleared and in 
*>/ 2 grass, suitable (or green- 
houae or market aarden. four 
miles out. water, light, phone, bus 
(aeilltiea. Price 16.^0. on easy 
terms 

JOHN GREENWOOD 
Bank of Toronto Bulldinc 
14ns Douglas St 

»>-r— OORNER MAOOOCK - DONALD, 
_a ikppirm Davtda. 



oainroum ,dto . »»-»_00RNK 

«C»»n(M)l*>-i^ isiauo. 



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MOD 



SAANICR 



$s:)0 

$70.} 



EXTRA SPECIAL BUY 
PLYMOUTH Coupe. I'l nrst class rnn 
iiUon: paint and api>earance $'J'(),') 



IM B04r, 



with 1936 licence. 
Oyca BvcnliM* 



BBOO ^OTOR 00 . VrO 
MS Tatoa BIrMt 



LOOK. 11.000 
/-IHANCE FOR A HANDY MAN— HOUSB 
' ' needs soirie repmrs Contains six good 
roonis, bullt-ln leaturea, firaplaca. modern 
plumbing, good baaomanl 
diatanca to town A feanaia far 
Terma arraasod 

BOX MSB. OOLORMT 

(TEN RO<iMS. 
eet. south of Oak Hav Ave 
garaca. fruit trcoa and lawn 
" Oelonist. 



SMALL HOMES. 8AANICH 
^T'^IMI" WAIUM HIPTRICT — 

^ I — ' r" " f'n ir riKMii'-. iiiiMlrrn 
(^•(y;- Mors! IMIJWIE DIBTRICT— 
,,,„ ,1,1,, water. 

I ni KN.SIDE DISTRICT — Five 
noma, modern 

OORGE Dial net— Four roonu. 
full ramant hawmrni. etc. 
Reasonable lerma can be had. 
8AANICH REALTY OFFICE 
MM Qaadra at. Phone ROOOl 



$1 KM) 



ACT QUICK 

A Dl l ltiHTFlL COCNTRt ROME 
Situated about three miles from the 
ritT. by 'good paved road. Almoat new 
stucco bungalow of four nice rooms 
with breakfast nook, modern bathroom, 
attic space and garage. Owner, leaving 
city shortly, will includa linoleum, cur- 
tains and kitchen atovo. for the io« 



priGO 

of .. 



$1800 



PR BROWN & SONS LTD 



1117 Broad Straat 



Pkwaa 0 7i;i 



SPECIAL! 

CouRtry Bargains 

$750 

location 

SI 260 

.t t ho.l«e 

$1350 



1/XCEl.LENT 
J Datle Str 
Ijirea lot. 
Bacriflea 



P 



SACnIFTCE- - I3.3JO 
VE-RCKJMtU BUNUALOW. ALL MOO- 



$95 



, JAMESON MO-roRS. l.IMrTED. USED 
( All VALUES 
IMS BTUDKBAKER SMAU. "r* 

■ood. reduced to I 

(193« lieanrel .. j. ..^T^\.l: 
INI HUPMOBlLE DE LUXE SEDAN, like 

new. side mounts, reduced to JL1(|^ 

ll«36 licence' 
tNT FONTIAC COA( II »x'<1 

reduced to 
JAMESON MoriiRS. l.IMIIFl) 
74S Brouahton St V tona BC 

Too.) ORAHAM CtJUPE WI 1 H RUMBLE 
XtlOa> seal, low mileage. t3ar Brooks 
steamer four door sedan, like new. I37S 
1933 rrontenae coupe. In lovely rondi'ion. 
1435 1931 White. J'.-3 ton rebuilt, 
hydraulic brakes, vacuum booster ready 
fi the road: I77V Ton-a.,d-h.lf Chev 

lleeneo. tin. We have aeveral used 
inicka in atock. auitable for logging or 
gravel hauling, hydraulie underbody or 
upright, at very low price* We have 
parU in stock for all makes et irtKkS 
CLARKE 8 OARAGE 

1 n*>*l CHEVROLTT MASTER DE LUXE 
.1 »hni gadaa with trunk rack. « wire 
wheals. g|lp eoear, acceaaorleg. etc . in 
brand-pew «on4(tloa. roa only l.i.OOS milai 
This car muat fee told at once Loale 
K'ison » Oarase. HQ Johnson .''t 

10«>"' FORD T-l SEDAN THIS CAR 
l«Pe>*> haa ogrtr eoam MiSSS aaUaa. has 

the latest jamfeo-tira e^alpmant: looks like 
a new tar. A real buy at »S4i Bartan * 

William* Motor*. Ltd Nash - LaPayette 
agents. 1001 Blanshard mreet E»4I» 

1 CHRYBLBl COACH. EXCELLENT 



witb large i)rrpiit.r. .1 i.i'ce bathroom< 3 
bodrooma and kitchen, luil-sisa baaomeni 
let Ma IM Oooeaniant to Com *•» 
aad • mlnutoa to Goraa 01 Burnaida eat 

PHUNB OWNER. S 4987 OR t IIJ30 

|7oR^TLB-Niw~8TUcbo FIVE-ROOM 
I bungalow, lamiataad comfortably, ui- 
riudina Maytaa waaltcr and Prisidatra. Ap- 
ply SI Aciida." Carey Boad. oonwr Bur- 

ridge Stieet 

T^IURNISHED a-ROOM HOITJE. 1 HI'ITEH. 
de«irKb|e liMstion. sarase Ooins st 
t: .100 Et931. 



M 



ACREAGE WANTED 



J J AVE CASH 



BUYER FOR ACREAOE 
«iih house, near Victoria, fruit trees 
desirable but not necessary AI»o want 
tour or Ave- room bunaalow In Baanlch or 
OOrte district T P MrCenneU, 

1Y»'ANTE0^A~8MA1X HOUSE^AND SOME 
** acreage, with some improvementa 
caah price accaptad. Box 



fSQUIMALT. 
$2^0 

Will purchase a tlve-room bungalow 
and two lota in « desirable lorstion 
and on the car line Thi* bungalow is 
very well, built, contains combined 
sitting-rnom 4»nd dining -room, thfee 
bedrooms, kitchen end bathroom Coa- 
erete l)B»enient hot water heating. 
•>««'; luh and s«rase 

Chnstopher ^ Swayne, Ltd 

rORNfR NIIW »M> BROAD 
Teleahonri «. arden till • 411? 



411 s, I r , HIT ■ , ^' ■ 1 M,uf I f d 
Kood land f)-room'd 
house and barn ^ 

:t acres. Oordon Head. High location 
City water. All 

cultivated .V 

S aeraa. 8'i cleared S-roi ■ 1 h 
plumfelnt. i^eetrie Uaht. 
garage, fruit trreg. etc . 
< acres, over it cultivated « rrwined 
house, outbuildings. SI SOO 

fruit tree- etc * ■ WWW 

10 acrea. 7 cleared Black loam I- 
roomad. S-ataav bmiat. newh thmgied 
Ample water aaPPly. pouUry 
houseg and 
garage . 

Ji. ^rres With aeafront «-rnnrned 
hiii.se burns. POOltTT bouse 
uood condition. • 

Price 

n acres. H mileg out. 10 eultleatad 
balance timbered, all gond \ini'. 4 
roomed cottage, out- 
hiiildiiu-s Fleclrlr lii'M 
40 srrcs Nor'h .SahiiicIi, iv.-lleiil 
black soil S-roomed house, laria^ barn 
and other 

outbuildings 

HK.H Ul \I>R«. IN SAANUH 
Just completed, a very altractlve » 
room atuceo bungalow. Up lo date in. 
every detail Hardefood noors. tile 
sink. Dutch kitchen, cement h^iwiiieni 
garage The construition Is tie \'i 
best High location, lovely oak Irees 
low taxes The price, C9Af|A 
ntlN on terirs wwWWW 

PEMBERTON & SON, LTI. 

eU PORT BT PRONE O Sl«« 



$1600 

t d- rooriiPil 

$1760 

) eultleatad. 

id \ini'. 4 

$2400 

,. , ••lleiil 
t. larga barn 

$4600 



handieapr'SJ^ 

outu Pareha m Rafefea c wan tw* 

New rtiihrt laanSflaa r Welsh, .sso. 
w waterg. IM: B. Bwatnam. 474 A 
,n A Dunderdgle. 494 handicap. 

Her*e.ber News— T Abercrombie. .SOS^ J 
Dirom. 401; E. Ofar. 704 1 J. atrutharg. ♦70: 
J jebnataoa. Mil handicap. Toul. 
3.0J*. . . , 

Hogwahoa Mawa won two. 



will play four exhibition games In 
Los Angeles, two hocke> and two 
lacrosse Biatetaes. two sporu thev Lady Lake 
excel In. 

The votiiiK Canrttti.TiiK will play 
jj.^ selected team.s Irom five California 
I7»' riiniver.sitics, Uiiivvr*,ruv ol Southern 

- a - - - - WW ■■■■iBM mt ae 

XlftlSXOTIlUls VmiWJptJ .^tH tttr Xftiy V* 

Los Angeles. LogrolR and Occidental 
Colleges Bn«l Lob Ancalaa Junior 

Colleire 

The f\r.st ho<-kev game como.s on 
April 18 and the second a wttk 
later, the tv.<> lBcroB.se malche.s u> be 
played between the hockey dates. 



Aldermaji Edward WilUanw rhaii - 
man of th* City pouncU reUef com- 
mittee, yesterday acknpwladged with 
thank* on behalf of the rellBf de- 
partment all contiibutlons reeelvBd 
the month of Mareii. The 

donation,'^ «n' lollows: 

ClothinK lui: I' liii- i>n>\ i,M,>n.s ,<ic • 

Mrs. Barton. Mrs Elliott Mis.s Orlf- 
nths, Mrs. Hills. Mr. Bremner Mr. 
Ilotuaon Mr^ Orelg. Mrs. Wha rtORe -^ 
Hudson's Bav Company. MfB. ImHb 
Smi'h Mrs nuivmulr. Miss Drurr. 
Mr Harv Mr^ Eade Mrs Brooker. 
Miss .Stephanie Campbell Mr." Sta- 
ples. Major Roberts Mts.s M Scaler 
M B. P a oM. Ml* . MclVrmott. Mi-s. 
Orlffllhs. Mrs. Bdwards. Mrs. Cook. 
Mrs. Phllllmoi-e. Mrs. ■rowli. IflB. 
Seattle Mrs Hogarth. Mrs Young. 
Miss BiUv (■.oldsiiiith. M1.S.S Reeves. 
Mr Richaidsoi! " Mls.< Cox, Mii.s 
Curie. MUks Ruth Pangman Mrs R 
H. PoolBT. Mrs. Le Oallai-s Anon 
• 101. Col. and Misses Ughtbody. 
Ml» Peters. Miss Mai«la Prior. J. 
w RuKKle.^ F H W.A.. Mrs. Rumsby. 
Mi s SainjJaurj . Mrs. W. Orlm*. MlBa 
(.alt MIM Kmftaii. Itr. TiiGkar BlMI 

MB 

New clothing to the, .VBllM ol 

Mrs , r. A. LUidsay. — '■ 

Cash donaflona for fuel, cloChinc. 

etc Mrs G Rudge. R. W. Me- 
Clung M1S.S Peters. Miss ILJii. 
simpM^n x.v.z. and llr Pmtf and 



■»■■ TtlNPIN LCAOtB 




(Twewlynve lUH AH) 



Total. 



OUB, 010. 



I OMMI HI lAI 

BC.t.a t.aaeaa— B Faae. MO; W. 
Dreapar. 401. P. Olfefeoov »Mi ^ •!«baird- 
son, 405 o Lastatt. Ml; baaBteaa. 110 

Total. 3.S6i 

Kenta— <iuv Motley. S60 Aubrey Kent. 
■r.o Norman Parsell. »76, Wea Ptrtton. 474: 
j,m Rowa. iM: hanSMat, M. Tettl. V"- 

Rents won three. 

s, „it A I'eden B — J Newton. »4V J 
redri 494 O Todd. 4i3. C. McDonald. 

41; T Lambia. 044: handicap, IM. 

3.73« 

Hasllers — Simmon*. 5U; 
Seinpk Woolslon >9ti 

handicap. 40 Total. 3.909. 

Hwatlara woa twa. 

Scalt a Pedea "A"— W peden. S.'.S E 
Ooodmsn. 47«: O. Denholm, E. Waaa, 

47S I. McClellan. 443 liandleap. 133. 

Total J.^«« _ _ . ' ,„ 

l.trea— W McGregor. 477. T. Taylor. 407. 
A BwaiUi. 010; R. upaar. MS; T Br«dan 
^74 handicap. HI Total. I.1M. 

Ovrrw won two 

Maedawald a CansMldated. l.td.— F _^ltar. 
314; 8. PaarCO. »M; J. Angus. 333 F 
Young. JM. J. E Leetham. 570 J Colliaa. 
IM. handicap. OS Total. I 113 

Northwestern < reamer»— O O/ard. S3J. 
T Cole. :i07 T Dicklnaon, 444 P Dllla- 
boueh. A43, P Nortaa, »M: handicap. M 

Total 7 7'.<» 

' em Creaaaarr wan two. 



DAN LALLY PASSES 



MILWAUKEE April 15 '4^.— 
Daniel Lally. known as "Dapper 
Dan" when he played major league 
baseball early In the century, died 
at the Milwaukee County HoBpttal 
yesierriav He was .seventv years 
old Lally played with the Chl( ago } api'f 
and St. Louis American League 
teams and wltli the Plttlbufgh Pi- 
rates. 



In tiie best game that has been 
seen here since Team llaaacar 

FaI(1i<' Hou.sehnMor i;iit,he>ed hts piO- 
fe-s-MDiiRl iimt' iiitl together and be- 
fore the lau' s' rowd of 1 h<> season, 
almost fUieen hundred persons, the 
Vlctorta nine beB^d the tlBlversity 
of Waahlngton squad at ttM Royal 
Aliiletlc Park yesterdsy aftermoh 
by a store <>t 4 to 1 Under the warm 
sun. pitchers Lane and Hturifess the 
vlflting southpaw, pitched as nlc 
ball as could be expected, each 
evening up In allowlnff four hits 
ni\(\ each flvlttff OIM WRlk «n 
called \ui\\s. ' . - • 



SaltMpring Soccer 

SALT8PRINO TsCaND. April 15 — 

PlaMiii; on their homr- ground. .Snlt- 
spi ing I.sland football eleven came 
through with « dn i.Mon over a 
squad from the Princess Pats re- 
cently, "nw match was evenly con- 
te.sted and the home side lined up 
as follows: Nelson. Blon. Batsn, P. 
Crofton. Lumlev. D Crofton. Morris, 
lAkcrman, Atkins. Shove and IngUs. 



The Daily Cross -Word Puzzle 



state lowaat 

Ci 



TENRBRB fO R RBiHOV Afc Rf MO. 

TENDERS will be rtcalved fey tha Victoria 
Oolf Club until April 19. for loading 
and hauling aoll from the corner of Oak 
Bay Avenue and W1I11...T p;«ie «!nl )<•• 
liverlna to the Victoria Oolf Club. Oak 
Bay. Furthtr parttcatara apply Baeretary 
victoria Oolf Club 



11 
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OUflES dcsi.ined 
pairs Es'irii!*te 



Dii.It Alteim.onv re- 
M r Paine (i Tni* 

AME8 RAY - KlVt KOOMCD HOUSE, 
mcludms liiu>leum. iarage. furnace, 
good garden lot Clear title Price I1.SM. 
Phone G7040 



TWO BAROAOIB 

NORTH DOUGLAS— A pretty little Oun- 
- -calow, four rooma ino bathroom' Two 
lota with flowera. frulta. ahruba. treea. The 
lots alona are trorih what aafcaB.. OBtr 
t5M eaah. 

FIVE RdoMs; 1(0 m 
Pbw dollara apent on thM' 
banatn at itsn on' terms 

Exclusive Agents 
IJtE. FRASER op LTD 
1333 Broad Blreet Phoue E f.ii 



It a 



rOl >rRV Bl N(iAI.OW 

Modarn woll-buili home, Ave rooms, 
het-waier heating. fet<t of plumbing 

throughout, and other modem features 
About nine miles from cut on pavtd 
road Light and city water. Overlooka 
lake and has privata a a a aa a ,. ta aaig^ 
front Price . SSBOO 

SCAFBONT ROME 
Delightful Oak Bay home of aaren 
rooms four bedrooms, charming Ir - 
Ing-room and suntoom Inexcelled 
marine Vtewa from all roonu hoi-water 
heating, aak noora. hardwood trim and 
French doors main roenii pleasant 
kilchen, tiled sink: complete bsthroom 
downstairs, two-piece ba'hrnom >ip- 
stalr* Surrounded by fine homes 
Owner will *ell on eonrtniaat terms 
Price . M300 

liiilinM 6 FtnM 

SM VIBW 



A FAMILY HOME 

Fully Furnished 

Large livrng-room »n4 firaplace. aaty 
itairway, »»4 Ml leadin* to bnqht 
dining room, extra bddroom and bath- 
room, drum kitcken sad pantry, 
MSM sad tBbo sH kkthaa; 
covered over back veranda, fotir 
brif,ht btdroomt and axtra fine bath- 
rasNi eH hsN afStairt; sN rafi, lino, 

kitchen uteniilt ind dithet. curtiini 
and blindi 90 with the hOusc. House 
in keoatiM cswdttlew, .aico sad cissa; 
immediate potiestion Cement bate- 
mcnf and furnace, two larga lots and 
do«ibla parage; ftBlt tfsea, bsfrta sad 
tlowart, nice laws. Near • 
School. AM $2200 

On Easy Terms, Reduction (or Cjih 
Qoar liHa. See m new aboat fbia 



1928 



condition, lit! 
OMH. mornlnas only. 



WANTRB 



A 



VALUABLE 
Mataal A«M 
O »t43 



Phone 



tVICB AT 



A 

n (333 



trro MAHT. LTD — WE BUY. BX- 



•je 11.1 0( 



m»nt 



rr CXBH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR AT 
Bmpreaa Oarage Trades I 7633 

\\;antei>^5ood~U8ED car IN EX- 
vV change for eomar lot an^BaaaaMa 
and enough «ash lo finanea bnlMlns: or 
will esrhange aquttv In ChamMrtalB Bt 

residence nil! parliciiU's r ttrol MttOf 
No dealers Boa 41*0. Ooloout. 

\YANT1CO— UOMT CLOOBD CAR. lOM 
»V or latar good rondltlon snap for 
I tsti Pimn* o arsT 

WANTBD-A UOHT OPEN CAR - tM 
• ■R BUM IRA 



EW BTt CCO BUNGALOW OAK BAY 
e rooms tile sink ni«k doors, 
full basenieni etc exreptmnsi .-on t lot 
cloise bus and srliool IJ.SOO 1 I ,". .97 



(|AK BAY DESIRABt P NE\N IIOML I.N 
* stucco baaaalow of six rooms, well 



$4000 



laid nut with hardwood floor- m main 
rooms, full basement Wttfe hOt-wa'.i hei' 

»>sii ''.h- DtUsfeltai au> 

off Marine Drive 

A «o<id buy 

•ALXINO DIBTANCB-^Vary attractive 
'tome with three feadtsaai tM<<e- ^nt 
(iirnace. Orst-claas eonfitlaa all 1 k i 
osinf!- will sarnnre 
lol 



$2100 

KOYAL OAK hXJlR ACREB good land 
ladudlaa rery Una orchard of oranae 
pippin and o4her apples A lovely home- 
site and moneT-maklng 

propertr M » 

ROBT MACNICOL A CO . LTD. 
IMS BUnahard Bt P^^one EMM 

ATERFRONT S ROf)M «m crO BCN, 
In* Kiih two e\<ra rooms upstairs: 
furnace, c emen t baaeasent. aaraga. Snap. 



It-ATI 
»» eal 



OAK lAY SPECIALS 

94l5<M> - Small down payment and 
balance like rent, bura attractive aiahl- 
room home, in peffeet rondUion; high 
location close to Iranaportation and 
•rhool If son desire a reatU fln' 
fs'ii !■ home see this wonderful bar 
■ • 111 

RSOtNl - Rix-room orarticall' new 
aiaaco baaaalow contamma all the 
latest modorn tooturea Full cement 
hisenieni. furnaaa^ laaadvt tBfeo. sor- 
see Corner lot. IWW aSB M ar- 
ranged to guit 

WANTED IN EXCHANGE- 
WATERFRONT HOME 

We have a client with <ome cash and 
three clesr title prof-ertiaa. Who wi«he« 

to excbanae for a watarfront borne 
Oaa BaaWKM M a practMaOx aaw. 
mada m Mnaae feaaaalow tm town and 

the other tv* OfO eery flne farms np- 
count rr Kg viB oschange one or more 
of ihesa and cas^ for waterfront 
properis 

W. J. 6ILLIUN0 ft 00. 

ItM Bread Street O ardon 



TheGriffithCo. 

fvclative Agtnft 



JS26 



ho<is' 



BstaMlahad ISM 

CHUUE ACEBAOB 
rive-Mlle Circle All cleared, good red 
loam tile-draliied. gentle sloi>e City 
water, light and phone. In Twa-Acre 
Bloeka. Priao. per acre, 
only 

<SM 41 I < H 4RMINr} 
t 01 > I Kt HOMk. 
fsaaiiH li alioui 4' mile* out. nesr bus 
route Preliv live-roomed bungalow, 
livina-room extra large, with open fire- 
place: modern plumblna Oeod garage 
riraand* af Two Aerea. The garden is 
s dtesm nf beauty— profusion of dalfo 
diN perennials. nowerlng shrubs 
hollies, lilacs: well-atoek«d kltehan sar- 
den large and amall frulU Small 
greenhouse poultry house tes 
with nsh pond. Taxes 14 
desirable little property 

Priced low at 

MOIsTRT PARM ANB 
OOVNTRT BBSIRBNCB 
Cloaa'la Saanlch bungalow of *l> 
rooma. gunroom high situation 
tree*, a lovelv rock gsrde, P 
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land One.. .f'.r. CAgOO 
askinc on «»^www 
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,[ . •• roomed bungalow In the 
' part ol Oak Bay. high ground 
' mjtlook A very pretty aarden on 

,. .o ft lot. fruit ireaa Houaa boated 

by an oil burner 

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After two penalty kick.* had b»'en 
awarded aRam.si thrm. one ol winch 
resulted In a score, making the count 
two to one agaitut them, the Native 
Sons 1h the annual contest with the 
Britishers yesterday morning at 
North Ward Park siicrr.>ded In 
equalizing in la.st minute, tlie final 
scor^ being two houXs all J<»e H.iv 
ley. who played as fast a game as lie 
ever has this season, -was rcBponatble 
for the equallslnc marker. 

• . • • 

Two games of baseball played at 
the North Ward Park yeaterdav 

morniiiK before a lame iltendancr 
marked Ihr n|x-ninK of the lo<;il 
home lioy.s' bull sra-son Tlw two 
teams to come out on U)p were thr 
CapltiOB. eontcmiBr«. for the Inter- 
imedlate Lea«i'e, and thejtorth 
I Wnrrt Juniors The CapltaBflflh'Bted 
Ihr Bankers .sqti.id 16-12. while Ihe 
North Ward Juniors in a fre*-s6or- 
Ing nxture, reirlstered a IB iii tri- 
umph ovBT the Nippon baUtoBsera 



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liam BhakBspsarfB MacBeth was 

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The witchcraft of Bootiand was 
embellished with a vartety of voo- 
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r»sy terms. High Aorgtion Cm 

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i.il romeni basaaient. furnace, gar- 
aae flreplaeo. .electric fhnurea. 
French doora. pol*hed tloors. mod- 
em Plumblna. PPmbrofce bath. tUe 
aink. numercHif anoatal boilt-la fan- 
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22 Bird 

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3t. Mam of nothing 
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CHAPTER XL 

Til* turmoil of ihmiKht* bMitlng 
agailibt Thoia s lircd iji ain waa 
MUM by -A imrrif d rap on Itif door 
Mw rouMd with a sUrt, puahed Ui« 
hftir away from her tyM. With a 
liaaty paiwe be(or« her Btriw. ibe 
answered Uw iiuinmoru. 
MeUle, the majd. was there 
"BKua* me. MIm Thora, ' bhe be- 
^ femtbleuly, -but X fol to ipMk 

to ywi ft 

"Of eoont. KcUte. Oon* IP- Wtet 

. to It?" 

1 he Kirt clased the door and atood 
with her bark against U. Her fare j 
waa flushed and there was tears in 
-her eye*. 

"Why. I WW Mr. Babbaa oome in 
and ... I wasn't aure I put ttie 
towela In hi* bathroom so . . I 
went up with aonie and 

"Yea?" 

Tha color in Nellie's cheeks deep- 
„aned: hor eyet f«ll. 
^ "Ht . . .-iio lol fwih.- 

"Oh- 

"Ym. hp did I'm not going to 
•tand for that from any guv . I 
dont care who he Is! " The tears m 
' th a mai d'a e yca w er e tho ae of anger, 

•«Of coum notr Nellie. " Thora 
tried to apeak calmly, although her 



elated She wa* conscious only that 
her heart waa filled with a btraiitje 
unrest. It was almost a hurt. Whj • 
As she tried to recall it, that had 
come with Mr. Gordon's reference to 
.Selwvu Marsh. Just why did he 
think l»»at Mr. Marsh should be 
told? He was In no way rp.spoii ibV 
for THora Oahl. This might very 
easily change their reiatior now 
. . It was almoat sure to. Mr. 
Marih nught even think she had 
taken advaiilage of his kindness by 
trying to win hu young npighbor lor 
herself. 

In her perplexity, Tliora did not 
aUow herself to be particularly con- 
cerned over Nellie s visit aifd Itfc 
cause. She had tried to be Talr in 
her conclusions aboui Mr Baboa.s. 
This last eplaode fUled hor with 
somethlnc my near disgust. it 
.neemed such a pity that WUmajww. 
about to give herself to a man like 
that . . . what chance of happiness 
egyld she ever have? Why hadn't 
Mr. Gordon fallen in love with 
Wilma tnatead?. It would havt 
seemed so suitable for all concerned 

Life at Pair Acres had promised 
so much for Thora . temporary 
peace and rest, at all event.s In- 
stead, there had been one disturbing 




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own eyes darkened *ith ihf warmth 
of her indignation riie nmld w«A 

Uttle more than a, child, and p'-etty 
"I am kUMl you told m«. dear. After 

thl.s. you neo<l not attend to that 

room. I will lake care of U." 

Oh, thank.s. Misfl Thora I I dldn t 
know ju.st what to do At Ur.si. I 
was going; to tell I'kI briau.se 1 knew 

he 'd . . : . 

"No. no!t" Thora Interrupt^ 
swifllv. "We niu.iiit do anything 
like that Mr Mabhas .should not 
have fonjDtten himself, of course, 
but be lives in anotlwr oouiiUy . . 
vjMM people have different ideas 
ttaa «o da I'm sure ho meant no 
barm." 

1 hen he'd batter go back," Nellie 
suggested darkly. "I m not fohqrto- 
have any foreigner pawing me! " 

"I know. But we must rfmembar 
that Mr. Babbaa to Mtoa WUma's 
. . . guest. Don't mention thto 
to anyone, plea-se. Try to forget It. 
■verythlng will be all riKht." 

' I'd do anything you want me to. 
Misa Thora." 
"I know. Run along now." 
Thora sank wearily Into a chair, 
as the do<>r rln.'ied lyhliid her caller. 
Wha' a day this^had b«vn 
111'- i>a.'4t few hours seemed like 
som e dream. It was hard to realize 
llMft tfail waa true .. . that it must 
be true. Shefnutn Gordon had told 
her that he loved her. He wanted 
her '.-1 brllrvr that hr luul loved h*r 
from the first time that he ever saw 
her Iliat ac<<iuiiter1 for Ron»e of the 
things he had said when they first 
net, for that surprlstng declaration 
that had marked their Ur%t ride to- 
fPther She could understand now 
It did not o<'(ur to nvM.i inv* to 
doubt Gordon!, .sincerity. He had 
been .so In eameat when he told her 
of hia. love, hto loan tabe fend dark 
e>'es allfht with tntemtty. He be- 
lieved what he wp^ saving, but 

But wTl\ ttart there been no an- 
»wenni: thrilP 

After all, it wsa the first time any- 
man had ever told Thora Dahl that 
he loved hit. Mr Gordon had not 
aaked her to marry him. But It was 
a pmposil H*^ had .sicken about 
his father and moMier ... of course 
that wa.s •k\Al hr meant. Perhaps a 
Id fall deepl> in love like that. 



he got fresh." 

situation after another. She wa.s 
suddenly con.sclous that she wa-> 
very tued. Of everything. It was a 
temptation, almost, to .subscribe tu 
Wllma's philosophy. Sven if she . 
never learned to love Sherman Got- I 
don. she rould In.sure the future for 
hcrscU and .... 

She roused herself with a start. It 
wjfts tlmfe to dress, to go down and 
dversee the dlnner^|Jrr»ng*«ne<its 
Aftei all. .she wa.s Selwyri Marsh s 
hou.sckcepcr. Nothing more . 
even that place was not seciu-c now 

As she stood before the mirror ' i 
arranging her hair, staring rather 
curiously at the gir: in tl>e glaM 
she believed that she understood one 
of the uiiderlylnc.caiMa of her 



THE 



^LONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., THURSLMV. APRIL 16. 



Urirt's ache. 

Slie was homesick! Suddehly and j 
desperately homealck. 

If only aha could go to her mother 
with her dltfleulties. rest her tired 
head on that gentle ahoulder, fool 
thooe slim arms about her ... as 
when she was a little girl. 'Hiat wa.s 
denied her now. AS far as she could 
know, it always wouM be that way. 
Unleas ... If she accepted Sher- , \ 
man Gordon . it might be the way ' 
out Hjalmar l>ahl would approve. 
In time . . . allow her to come 
home ... 

Thinking of ' that agalnl It ' 
wouldn't do. 

She was giving the U.st touches to 
her toilet, when there came another 
rap on her sitting-room door. 
Thinking that, Nellie must have re- 
ttimed, she walked from the bed- 
room, calling out a pleaaant. "Come 
In " 

TJir door opened. •^'^(lie'BlBbas 
stood there, amillnc. 

(Tn Be <;ontlnued». 

RRKKON rRt.\K HOR.SpiS 



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Any woman might be proud to 
win the love of a man like Sherman 
Gordon There waa no question that 
he waa very much a gentleman 
Mr. Marah had admitted that 
. Mid he had "brains and 
Aad Mn. Moalt ... her 
words kept retummff to Hiora'a r 
mind 'Brtlllant . ' . wealthy r 
. . . a very wonderful catch for r 
some lucky girt" Why had she s« ; i r 
thatt Oottld it be poaslble that m ^ 
Gordon had said aiamethlat 10 Mr 
S^ele? As he admitted that ur - 
did to Mr M,<rsh^ 

trying to fiu-ther : 
for reasona of hti 
ao c o n fuai n t, 



ST. JOHN 8. Que., AprU IS Oi — 
Btght-hooved horses are Jeaeph 

Dion's specialty .\no(h< r foal with 
eight lKX)ve» on each foot wa* born 
on his farm yesteri i. Tlv e«tra 
hooves are about a half -Inch above 
the ground. There are several of 
the frfak horses m the family de- 
scended from a freak racer named 
Dynamite, boufht la IMf at -CMott. 
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black. Cfk 
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Hooks and. Eves, lU'jt- 
proof quality. Black or 

white. 

2 cards for 



Three Days' Sale of 
Sheetings and Pillo^ 

_£ottons 



Scissors, a hou.schold ,nc- 
ces^i f \' ; ' 'Ct . ' • I ' • ' ' ' rr\. 
X pair, 35^ 
to 



$1.25 



SPENCER'S ALL-WOOL DRESS FLANNEL. 31 
inches wide— a well-known, fabric very popular for 
dresses, skirts, light coats, slacks, blazers, etc. All favorite 
.shades. A yard , $1.00 

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Buttons, in a Iar;;c an«I 
varied assottnimt \t. n 
dozen, 15^ 
to 

— (fotionn. Main floor 



$1.20 



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A Grand Opportunity to Make Your 

New Summer Curtains 

NEW STOCKS OF CURTAIN NETS 
Fine Quality . . . Low Prices for Home-Sewing Event 

Lace .Nets. 4S and 50 iiiciiC' ^Nide. <Jl r,\tr4 fine filet net 
Attractive de^ijjns^lace or tailored borders. A yard, $1.10 

Lace Nets, M) inches wjdr. I'me quality. .Modern or classic 
motifs. Tailored edcre. White, ivory or ecru. \ yard. 6!K 



Stock Up Now With Unbleached or 
Bleached Sheetiiift at Low Sale Prices 

BLEACHED SHEETINGS 

54 inches. .\ yard , ..49^ 

^3 inches. X yard - ft*^ ■"'^ 60^ 

;0 inches. \ yar ' flO<* .n 1 70<* 

«() iiiciu- \ v^'<] anc, 7o<*. KOo uHi- 



l.a<e Nft.s. 40 inches wide. Fine file't 

W hite nr wury. — A yard 



Tailored hordur'- 
49c 



Lace Nets, 50 inches wide. Allover designs. Ecru shade 
A yard ' ' ...40^ 

Lace Nets, .^6 inche« wide. Tuscan an.d NottinglMiin* t t ' - 
^cru and white. .\ yard 2,'ir 



r<4 iiulies 
'>,^ in< hcs 
"0 inchc". 
80 inches. 
no inches. 



- !;m'.li. ED sm;r:TiNGS 

\ yard 3«< 

.\ yard' _ 37 f and i3t 

\ yard . ~.. .»...- 8S^/and 

A \ard ••. .••.•.••.•m«.*m,.. ..•.•*»«.. •«..^...«.. ...44^ 4^^ 

A y ard ■ . . .... ..-.«.»...—...... . -4^^^' 



New Plain Rayon Nets 



iOO Y.XRDS ri\i/Y. HE.WV. i;.N BLEACHED 
s;n I" ! 'i ! \ r, [-.ti-li^h twill. 70 inrhr* wide A yard 



ri liii y\.i\..n Xet, ."^O inches unlr. 
si 1 . .11^ Clo! . ecru .\ vai d 



x-iu' h n\esh \ rrv 

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I'laui ka\on Net. 4.s inches wide, li-'mrh mc>h ."scal- 
loiic<l Sor<le: Dark ecrii, A vard . TO^, 



MJO YARDS or BLEACHED SHEETI.NG, medium 
weight, will, wear well. 81 inches wide. A yard 



Plain Rayon Net, 4J inches wide. A dia mo n d mesh. Plain Rayon Net. 45 inches wide. Fine filet mesh 

Scalloped border. Very smart. Dark ecm. Yard. Ml^ Champagne shade. A. yard ..- ft*f 

Plain Rayon Net, 45 inches wide Tu* .m 
weave. Champagne akada. A yard 79f 



CIRCri.VR IMI.I.OW C<')TTO.\. 40 and 42 ' v.Idr, 
yird, 43ft 49f and 53^ : 44 inche<« wide. yard. 40f and&f 



riani Ka\oii \rt. .V> ini 'T. wide. „ Tu-. •in 
mesh. Ciumpagne. ,\ yard 40^ 

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l3p8PENCEI3|^ 



m 250 YARDS OF CIRCILAR PILLOW 
A COTTON, in a verv Serviceable weave. 



Width of M). 42 and 44 inches. 
On sale, a yard ,