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WFATIIKB FORECASTS 

wIikU, fair and mild 

Vancouver and Vlclniiy— Mnderaie wetterly 
winda: fair and mild. 

We«* Coa»t— Light to moderate rouiherly 
alndis: mooUy fair and mild, becoming cloudy- 

^0. 109— EU;iH V-THIIU) YEAK 



BIG FIRES STARTED 



•a A-I I ilif faf ■ t tal 



BY R.A.F. BOMBERS 



Cultural In-lilulion^'* haiiia^cil in — (Mlirr 

INorlhcni Eilirs in i*« riiiany AUurkrfl — EurioUA 
An^auh Mini*' on Eroncli Eo4i«>l Muring Day- 
light After Niglit KuitU on Na/.i I'ort** 

1 0NDON. April IB (Friday) <CP) — Briti&h bombers attacked 
Berlin last night, the Ministry of Information announced 
^ today. 

BERLIN. April 18 (Friday) (/T;.— A small number of 
Royal Air Force planes broke through anti-aircraft defences to 
attack Berlin during the night, starting fires in residential sec- 
tion and damaging cultural institutions, it was announced today. 
The British also dropped explosives and incendiaries at several 
places in Northern Germany. 




iestabli.<<hi;d ttss) 



VIETOKIA. BHITISII COM MBIA, EBIDAV, AIMOl. 18, 1911 



COLONIST TCl.EPBONES 



4 i - *’’♦ 

Bustnm Office Empire 4114 

I ClrculaUoD O arden 1813 

. Job Prlrtlng O arden 8241 

RdltorlBl Rooms ................ Empire 411) 

1 SocUl Editor Empire 3311 



EIGHTEEN PAGES 



Italian Seamen Held at Ellis Island 



LONIX5N. April n »CF) -Tl»e Royal 
Air Pofce, which raided Bremen and 
<»ther Llerman shipping and Ind'.;- 
Irial c«nim U::t ntglil. believed 
to have made another heavy aitack 
on the French Channel coast roday. 

TTie explosioru of big bombs u- 
brated acroM the mlsiy of 

Dover, shaiung bulldlng^ on the 
aaterfroni. 

FRENC H COAST AlI ACKEO 
It was the third attack on the 
Prench cnan m lea* ■ 

four hours. Earlier in the day the. r 
was a terrific bombardment and 
there was another Wednesda> 



BOMB KILI .8 
LORB STAMP 




BRITISH AND IMPERIAL FORCES 



I I ■ I ^ ■■ a^ Val ai V ■ ■ iro^ 



From Europe I \i» Drill Made in Main Brilisli Kroiil in (trrrrr hy 

rAa\; k\; PYa\r \d>anriiig >Hariiiw of Molori/ril lma<I«T'>, 

L/dy Dy L'dy l \rr Korrrtl lo Brlrral in 

1 lih I I.MKS, l.oiuluii I I iiiianirtl Arra of Ho-tililirs 

AVu.; 0''d !n Irierna' j 

All AuiiloA^rvvk Rosislance 
Stradily Holding thv luirni v 

<Cot>rrial>l. 1S4: hr Boulhkm i'o • I 
LONDON. April 17. -By Cable i—| 

The world hav been flooded during j 
Uie pant forty-eight hours, sav*- thv j 

Time.', wiui ne*.> of events whicnl 4 THHNS. April 18 (Friday) (AP). — British and 

have not happened There i* no* l\ Imperial troops have hurlcci back wave after 
truth In 'he fantastic 'otir pa! ' / 4 e ^ ' • t e » 

out by the Natu UiBi British troops wave of German infantry surging forward m 

have evacuated orveev almost iion-siop attacks on Mount Olympus, it was 

reported here early today. 

side wiUi Uie Orerk ^llw*. are a ^ ^ ■' 

luaUy engaging oie Germans along Thcsc reports said British. Australian and New 
uic whole baiuc front Zealand troops have inflicted enormous casualties on 

clearly re.-poujibic The obvn.- file Germans, who have been thrown into the fray, it 
{Hirpojie of uuft menu.ictty was to dv- ; was asserted, regardless of losses. 

While these reports were received in Athens, an 
_ , ; authoritative Greek spokesman declared that Greek 

Tile big bati> actual.v now ui - i,- i-t i rtr i 

progres.. in oreevi- wrh uniini forccs battling at an undisclosed part of the front have 

1 Kingdom. Au.Mr»iuni. .New z*m- been “forced to retreat in face of th# increased power 
Atid Empire of German troops.” 

wholly engaged. The witlidrawal ofj ' 

tijw forics to new and stronger | This spokesman Said the Greek situation was “dc- 
line* wa-v uefc.s.siuird by the Gci- vcloping Unfavorably.” 
man break through on the Yugo- * ® ^ 

Slav front and the entry of uieir Mount Olympus is on the eastern hinge of the 
j vanguard Into the .M.inastir Valley, battle line which apparently extends from the Adriatic 

The Au.Mraliana arc full of admira- i . . u a c 

lUon for the Greeks fighting qual- 1 fhe Aegean CrCaS. 

, ^ Australian troops holding part of the line in the 
The fcituaiion m vuga-ia^uJ Mount Olympus sector have been particularly heavily 
j-says Uie Times miliiary coirespon- [ 

:deni, b frankly bad Armie* have ; rr>, r - i/- i > « i vt 

loaiconua with each other and arc The famous Olympus Pass Itself IS held by New 

now operating uidcpt ndenUy Kingj Zealanders, 
i Peter u *afe, but Uis whercabou! <[ 

are unknown | FAIL TO MAKE DENT 

Hiller ha* I >ariy riWi.ied to break, So far the Germans jiave failed to make a single 
up Yugoiiaua into scverai prti> ujent in thc main British front, reports indicated, but 

advances on the left flank, south of Monastir 
lomatk correspondent. Will prooBb- (Bitolj, Yugoslavia) gap might force rectification 
ly claim ihe DalmaUan coa*t before I ^be line 

the German* *uke out claim* there i _ ’ , , • • , 

on behalf of the pum*et fate of I The Greek Spokesman said that “the uneasiness 

; and regret regarding the military situation is justified. 



<Cot>>riabl. 114: hr Boulhsm i'o ' 

LONDON. April 17. -By Cable i—| 
The world hii> been flooded diiitug , 
Uie paat foriy-eiglit hours, sav*- thv j 
Time.', wiU) ne«.> of events whten I 
have not happened Tiu-re i* no* 
iruUi In 'he fantastic -lotir pa!' 
out by the Nazis Uiai British troops' 
have evacuated Urveev 

The forces of the Empire side oy 
side wlUi Uir Greek allies, are a 
niaUy engaging Uie Gcrmam along 
Uie whole baiUc front. 

For lies »uch as ti.f • Ooebbels is 
clearly re.spoiuiblc The obvii.- 



Between two row* of armed United State* Coast Guardsmen march the 500 Italian searr.cn who were taken 
Nniorl Frnnnmir Arii/kpr ! from the Italian luxury hner. Conte Biancamano. when the veseel was seized in the Panima Canal Zone. 
nutCU Cbunumiu huv» c • arrived at the army base in Brooklyn aboard the tranipon Leonard Wood, from the Canal Zone 

Wife 3fld Heir Meet Desth 1 From there the immigration authorities took them in hand and transported them to ElU* Island 

In Kentish Home _ _ 



LONDON. April 17 <CP» — Dire. 



Obaervrra believed Nazi airdromes, hh* by German bomba on a pics- • 
were bring pounded to make attack Keninh country home have 



on Britain more difficult. 



The Air .Ministry New* Service. IT,,. /" 
describing the night raids on Cicr- 
many said shipyards which helped ' 
aj.'ialn commerce raiders were one I 



kiUrd Lord Stamp, one of the ninvt 
valuable busiiieks brains of ine 
British Empirr hi-' wife and hb 
hen, Hon WUtrld Carlyle Siamp. 

In all, vix members of tlie houM-- 



focal point of attack, while other 

squadrons conrentraicd on industrial t ShurUtnda. on ilie southern out- 
planif on ihe nght bank of tiu London. burM under the 

Weser River m an auack of moi^ ■ explosive bombs at 



From there the immigration authorities took them in hand and transported them to Ellis Island 

London Recovering From 
Savage Night Bombing; 
Death Toll Undetermined 



than five hours 



Ihe height of London's giraiesl 
li was not a night when resulr-. ! ooH-P'w-d on a .shel'er. { 

of the bombing could be observed in sut> -year-old ecoiiomts' wav , | 

deuil. the account said, but our uisiantly. pluMcian* said M 

C onllnued on Page 3. ( elumn 4 ' ' 



Hodyiittardf of ' 

Jafinnvse l*upitct \ 

Shid in Miftakr I 



NAZIS REPORT 
L'APITIJLATION 

Germany Says Fighting 
Stopped on All Fronts 
In Yugoslavia 



were the uhly one* recovried U>- j \ in ritnitint 

night. Tliose of Uieir eldest son J 

and three inaid.% of the Stamp i j qhaNGHAI. April 18 •Prl- 
household lay under a heap of | ^ dav>. /P-. French roncev- 

I poller announced that 

The only survivor was another ,„utake- they shot and 

maid who WB.S dug from the wreck- ^le and wounded iwo 

age alive. t bodiguards of Colonel Lu- 

kt ONO.Mli ADMnI.H I Ying. chief of the Japwne.se- 

Drain of Lm-d Stamp was a blow^ | conlmllcwl Greater Shanghai 

• o the eroiiomic leadership of th»* I \ Government, early inday. Lu 
Empire Suice the start of the war | i ,a.v attending a party m 
he had been a prlnnpal adviser U* , | Frrnrhtnwn and left the body- 
tl;e Govrrninenr on the economic j » guards outside. Challenged by 
problem* of Us atruggie and headed , , French police patrol, the 
an inier-depanmenial commiitee | | police reported, the partv at- 



Greut H<‘roiwni W hrn < a|>ilal >n)a*>lir(] 

Exiilo-^nes,^— Biiildingw of E\rr\ ly|H' l.aiil 
III KiiifiH ill \^ or-l A*»'-aiiU <»f W ar— 
Many Frrwons >»lill I ra|»|MMl 



LONDON, April 18 (Friday) t/T'). — German bombers 
made “a fairly heavy attack la.tt night on a town on the 
south coast," the Air Ministry announced today. 



1 0ND0N. April 18 (Friday) KP). — Piercing air raid sirens 
woke London anew early today as rescue squads dug into 
the morning hours to seek out the dead and entombed in 
I the smouldering wreckage of the most devastating German air 
attack of the war. 



on behalf of the pum*et fate ofi 1 HE urecK spoKcsman saiG tfiat Uie uneasiness 

; and regret regarding the military situation is justified. 
Struggle against two Empires which was imposed 
get something. I on US by Germany could not last indefinitely.” 



BERLIN. April 18 •Friday .4*, ............. 

^Germany proriaunert early today wi to-ordma w .k I 

th. unro.ieilK.n.1 c.pltulxlon nl »“ «■>«(, } 

Ih, r.m.U.ln, n.hlln, u.uL. o( Ih. A'"";;*" ' 

Yu,o.M.v .rnn- «>d uid nsmin* 



J tempted to draw guns, where- 
North I upon the French opened fire. 



hadatoppedonall Yugu. lav front. '‘I*'***"*!'*'"'' 

Tlve capitulation U enertive ai j Conllnuetl on Page 3. ( olumn 3 
noon. Friday, it wa* claimed in a \ 

.rr. KNOWS NOTflINIi 

then will be fomially aurrendered. it ■ • * ’ l 7 U I 1 1 1 M U 

N.r.luwn, for th. Vu,m ,v. <0 1 [jf LONDON PLAN 

lav down their arms were made ex- 
clusively with the Berb military au- j 

fhortlie*. The German* have said | .Markeniie KIni Ignorant of fm- 



OF LONDON PLAN 



Smoke But 
No Fire in 
Dress Shop 

VANCOL'VF.R. April 17 'CP' The 



old .jiunk 
>moke ther- 
I here today. 



Tlie alert was of brief dural'cn 
II 1 I f Tk I' I fk I II iri'idcnt' wc.-.- reixiriru. but 

UAIi- IIk I* -'^bd alert sounded at 3 30 a m 

flALr Ur LU/\ll ! TJO pm ™ur.d... 

Nui raider* earlier had speri 

TH RF HF\FWFn 

lU UL I \L«1 1 L f V LdU Tlie weaiher over llie fttrail* w.- 

cold and the <ea was calm. Low 
. T * II T t* II' 'loud.* afforded *ome proiection at 

Notes Totalling len Millions place*, but undoner* recoUmg from 
To Be Paid by Dominion i '■'‘'nughi uorrot had expected a 

^ ’ . •'‘•'nnd straight night - alack on the 

Government Icapnai 

LI.KMA.N nOMBI.R (Rg.o)ILS 

OfTAiAA April 17 - f*.nai'>ce one (ierman bomber era.'‘hert and 

Minuter Iblry announced late tmi.vy • f^piorted m a rural area and pre- 



get something. on US by ucrmany could not last inoenniteiy. 

The ofheee °f a well-known British mechanized 

.'elve.v and thus dbappomt Buirana ; rcgimcm, commenting on the violent fighting now 

Hungary ha* evidently been bribed under way, said that “tank for tank, we arc better 
by the proml-rf* of a territorial tor- ” 

rmor u, . port cn in. Crottun 'han the Oermans. 

coaat. I “Not one of our tanks has been put out of action 

Tlie Tune* com‘pUUiv that officiai by gunfire. Ouf shclis go through the Nazi tanks like 
replir* to faniasiic German ami " said. 

Italian claims of the break through { . - ,i < > i , . • 

in Orece weie not promptii de- ! “Numerically they have the upper hand, advanc- 

med In London. | ing in swarms with motorcycle infantry in support.’* 

•We must neither underc: umat* | . flacklnx up thr enormou.% land 



^hnr) To Be Paid by Dominion 
OflUp Government 

17 'CP' The orTAWA April 17 •ft'- finance 
. Iwre there* Mjnuter Ilvlry announced lat»* tml.vy 



fire " didr- : w'jrk out that arrangentenlv had b»*en made *umahiv the crew wa.v killed 

I with the Cha/** National Bank of the I Rnmu* fell in many open area-. 



in effect that no Yugoslav Govern- Jeeled A.vemblin* of Hominmn 1 „,„ur 

ment exisu. so capPUlalmn of Ihr Pnmr Mln.siem I theChiuo National Bank of the 

army also was regarded hrre as Ihe Firemen 'p-’d Uirough Vaneouver’s i City of New ^nrk and a group of 

end of Ihe lUUe kingdom born out WASHlNOrON. April 17 iCP' — Mreeu in answer »o a call from a. Canadian chartered bank* 
of the first Orest Wlir prime Minisier Markenzie King said downtown dre.-ui shop and found tlve , '’f ■*' S20 000 000 

DF.EMLH BOLE AL FHORITV today he knew noUimg of a plan re- establuhment flllrtl with vmoke. But I Canada tweniv-seven- 

WlUi the excepuon of Croatia, ported to be under consideralion in » *'<^rrh failed to reveal | 

srhlch has declared it* independ- London of ajvwmb.uig the Prime fire. Tlie furnare was not ra on * y ,i • 

ence Yugoalavla is regarded by the ! Ministers of all the Dominions for going in the building and dres* shop i *ne renewal will take the form 

Nazi* a* without a funcUomng Gov ■ cnnsuUnilons p-npriet.-*r Carrie Wilson 'aid ' of b»nk loan, evidenced by promP- 

ernmeni of \U own and the Oer- ! It reported reliably ve'!erd.vv cmildn t iinrierMand U- Neither iN>ry note* bearing interest ai rate 



Prune Mlnisteni | with the Cha*e National Bank of the j Bomb* fell in many open area-. 

Firemen 'ped Uifough Vancouver’* I City of New York and a gr'^un of near the coast indlvAiii.g Oerniw!. 
WASHINGTON. April 17 'CF' -• strecU In aiuwer to a call from ciiartered har.k* lo renew airmen at^ttmei had to letUson 

Prime Minisfer Mackenzie King said downtown dre.-ui shop and found tl>e , *10 000 000 of an Issue of S20 000 000 j Uieir load* in the face of stubborn 

today he knew noUimg of « plan re- establishment filled with smoke. But 1 Dominion of Canada tweniv-seven- gr.e.nd fire 

.« K. Mnzf.r rnn^OT.iinn In L , «.v-wt tnmitx I 1-4 per Cent nole* dur tn ' Victims of the Wedne^dav-Thurs- 



Nazi* as wiihuuc a functiomns Gov 
ernment of lU own and the Oer- . 

man army i* deemed Uie sole au- , • PT»»» l* considered ican Ih- firemen. I**’’’ arumm. the 

Ihority in the land. •nd Prime Mintsier R G, Menzie*! Mu-.ivter .aid. ■ 

There wa* ni> immediate reliable I of Australia, now viMtiii* in Britain I *i|R jo( KM N U < As* HI RT Tl>e promiMorv noir-. are to be : 

Indication of what It* faie wtH be t** prolonging hi* stav tivere at the | dated Ma.\ i, 1941, and will manire ! 

An eleveti-day mlllUry lanipaign request of Prime Minister ChuThUI | LONDON April 17 »CP' Major i Ma.v 1. 1943. subjee' to redemption 

brought Y'ugoalavia lo tlie reiwrted Prime Minister Peter Fra#er of New Sir Jncelvn I-ura* flre-f,ghUng , a.v a whole at the i^ption of the Got 

unconditional surrender. Zealand will visit U*ndon short l> | member r.f ihe House of Common* rrnmenl on or after January 1 

Juftt twenty-four hour* ago ihe and it u understood Bmain would j for Portsmouth South was *eri 1943 

German command had claimed the like Prime Minister Jan Smuts of | m»ly injured laf night wtuje on, -Die pruicipal isf and interest on 



going in ttie building and dree* ahopi "The renewal will take the form . 
p-npriet.->r Mi-s* Carrie Wilson said ' of a bank loan, evidenced by promt'- 



that <ui'-h a plan l.« being considered ;can Ih- 
and Prime Mintsier R G, Mcnzle* | 



firemen. 



There wa* no immediate reliable I of AuMralia. now viMUiig in Britain I ,i|R jo( km N l-t < A" HI RT 

Indication of what Ha faie wpH be t' prolonging hi* st*v tlvere at the | 

An eleveti-day mlllUry lanipaign I request of Prime Minister Chu-rhUI | LONDON April 17 <?■ Mo 



surrender of the Yugoslav second 1 South Africa to vull Use Empire 1 duty 



army at Sarajevo. Capitulation of {capital 
thc remainder of the forces was 
Mid to have occurred at 9 p m ^ T 
Thursday night 'noon M6T' [\J 



l ;taited b> Null raiders 



Mid to have occurred at 9 p m ^ v q | 1 1 • 

n«.u n«.n M6T Q V Y S OUTIS 011 ^ 1111 ^ 

' V Capuzzo With Tobruk 

BCWrON, April 17 '<P' Q«n Force in Bitter Fight 

Frank .Aiken. Minister of Defence 
for Eire, declared tonight that the 



' night wtuja on , - Die pruicipal of and interest on 

West End blaze the promiaeorv no'es will be pavabic 
alders ! in New Y'ork In legal lender of the 

* United States. 

as. •'The remainder of the issue of 



r«inUnued on Page 13 , Column 3 

ISLAND TOPS 
FOND POTA 

Contributes $112,000 to 
Canadian War Services — 
Victoria Makes Objective 



in Orec**e weie not prompt:) de- 
nied In I.oiidon. 

•We must nci'.hfr underc: tiintt* 
’lie heavy danger* fantig us 
North Africa and Greece, •• rnnciudeK 
ue new*pa(>er. "nor go halfwav t> 
meet them At the worst itv*v are 
MO worse than those we nirt la.' 
Summer We •■Keecded in "'er- 
oming 'i<em then, and wo Miall 
succeed jusi *« •urf:.. no.'. 

Life Goes 
On Little 
Disturbed 

LONDON April 17 P T7ie little 
things of life atUI counted in Lon- 
don today after the cilVa worst air 
raid 

Soon after the xll-il-ar tbii.'^ 
morning, vejidor* .-Od daftodiuv on 
one sireei amUl*' pile* of .smashed 
gla.ve and colled metal 

WiMi ruin* about them, people 
.'tojyped to feed PU{r -:-. lUid listen 
to birds singing m the tree- 



lUMAFiL FiRFAT IN 

iirilM/lUl^ UliLn I II s All day and mgl«' Mount Olymp'.*a 

IllOOnillll OTOIIII •'J ancient 

MlhulllJlil ulUKM o^N^M divr^^^ 

MTiunit' They ftj In onuiir' of 
Tornado Injure* Wrore of Persons laenlv to fortv unload their bombs, 



.And Demolishes llomew. ( hurehes 
And Hotel 



FILLMORE Mo . April 17 <P A place. 

tornado stnKk thu Northwest .Mis- ^ 

. Oiymi 

.ouri town of 4V> reaidenu early, ' 

'onight injured a acote of pervms ! 
demoU-siiert twrniy homes k 

. ho,.t. . lumb,r "T" 

,nd d.n,««-d mh-r .rnKlurw ■ '"/"r'*'' ■*' '!°™ 

combined (.rerman and Italian 

None of the injured wa* believed 
imrt *enou*lv. M<vt of U»e rcM- ; 
rirnts Aucceeded tn rrarhiiig A'orm , 

eellars pysllen power lines ;e'l the 
town in rtarkne.si 

17ie wind caverj m tjie walls of u 



and then reiurn for more 
Tlie Greek *p>ikesman end not »ay 
where Uie (ireek rettral wa* lak.iig 
place, bu'- the Oreok*. were known 
to be holding Ihe »e«t end of th* 
Olympus’ line 

There wa* a po-oiblliiy Uiat u,rt 
Greek* were yielding ground in Al- 



. * . , The Greek sinkesman denied ru- 

F.IW, po..r l,n.. .-!l thr . 

larkne.si *ou*ti oj Mount Op-mpus He 

lid CBverj in tj.e walU of Md tj.e (p-fmaii'- ere ' mi*ch farther 



100-vcar-oW Holli.'.ier Hotel. It north ' 



wa.s .otvidejed a total 



He appealed ly the (Iterx (Kople 



MjOOO B.VPI1AI rhureh was leveled lo remain calm and not be thrown 



Thousandi of pe: - - jammed the The ChrtMlan Rcten'^ Church aJao into confua.on. 
.Streets, but their talk often was rlemolbhed 



Vai’ro4.ver 



has reached 



“rn« Hu"'lr'''l- «f Vxid S„l,li,-r- l a,,l..rr.l an.l Srorr of 

ships or arm* or for any Other con- I Ullk<* DpwIroAnl I*fllr<»I .Yclivilv Hi Hijill 

slderaUon whatsoever" . . . . 

(hat Rr*» KrmlO nnl 1 ilcll IM . hIiIIII -*r< J 



twenty-sr-vm-month I 1-4 per cent { and pa«sed 't- quota nf tiioooo for 
notes wlU be paid In cash at ma- i 'he Canadian War Services Fujid 
luttty." j I*l*nd communities hs--e an far 

j roller ted •IIJ.OPO fOT the fund, and 
lir'llfT/ : I here are more ronirtbutiorvs to 
lllllWiriall HrAl/Y ' come in from outlying *etiiemei.t.«. 
Ulluill /iLL IlLnl I : orewer Victoria has attained r 

I • I -v'l I r OT 3 T r O ^'biee' ive of 178 000 recent cash 

I If II SI A I r S ’ pledgee brUiglng 

111 I Tv II U I J I I Lu > it up to the quota. S K Campbell. 

I chairman of the committee .vi- 
('ommuniealiont Crippled tn Parts nounerd jewerday. 



.Streets, but their talk often was rtemou*neo AIJiAStAN FRtlSf 

I strangely a*, variance with the after- Town authoMie* said Uial It cterman Uwpv liavc apitearrr] uii 
raid .sprlacle Even whiF iookii.g would be nwasan W Ibv tl»y* the old Albanian fron* where Ui* 
at the njin*. they chatted of movie*, iighl before a r.- plete ewtlmate of Greek.* held back the ItaiUn ff>rfe* 
'novels, partie*. the damage could be made. durma the Winter 



novels, partie*. 



siilpw or arm* or for any other con- 
slderaUon whatsoever" 

Reaffirming that Eire would not 
give up or lrw.se her port*, he told a 
meeting sponsored by the Amerlran 
Friends of Irish Nrutralfty a» Bvm- 
phoiiy Hall Utar there was not any 
chance" of Wrei changing her poi- 



Of Montana and Wyaming— 
Many C am .stwlled 

DENVER. April 17 -T A sno 



C .AIRO, Apr,* 17 ,4n.-Th. British R.rri.on Tobruk, 

^ L,bya. fight, ng bm.rly .gi,n>t mechomzed A.„ forc« uriwr-tT Coo. .no Pow.„, 



captured twenty-five officers and hundred* of men ' Wvoming 



communieations 



icy of neuuality in the war uiUru I destroyed twenty tanks while British naval unttg shelled Fort i fripphi<i lonigb: in paru of 



attacked. 



PAGE DIRECTORY 



Capuzzo. near the Egyptian frontier, ft was announced tonight. 1 *nd w voming 

I Jdiddle Baal headquarter* said a their colonial troop* alreadv arej ronlm Kd to fall at Cody 

'British patrol penetrated enemj prjotien ' »nd Billings, Mom. in the areas 

pasilion* outside Tobruk and cap- of the Tobruk defetiT- ' worst hit br th» Spring atorm 



lured .seven Italian officers and 139 brought to at lea*t 1500 the! Many automobiles were 



Mr Campbell rxpre.s**d his grsti- 
’iirte lo rampaieh worker*, con- 
trtbutop* and ntherw whose effor’* 
had brnugli) the appeal to a *•> - 
eessful conclusion 

ri AVW IMPORTANT PART 

lONDON. April 17 'J- -The Ca- 
nadian Rrd Crow* ptavM an imjvtr- 
lant part In the relief work among 
ihe .sick and wouTded after t'-.' 
worst raid of Ute war on this capita! 
During the day the snetetv dutrlb- 
uted 8.noo arUcies to I dOO homeleas 



YTT* f r AT * ^ how Ihel 

Windrows of Nazis 
Bodies Filed High in 
Front of Greek Line GENERAL 



durma the Winter 
Tlie AlJJr- ff)uaiii a de-per*!e ba’- 
Me to how their c^nlr* again*' a 
German Uirust tha* rear-lied Uic 
vicinity of the )ti«i railhrul of KaJ- 
abaka. nlne v mile* within Greer* 
This was Ihe mo'’ furlou’ and 
f onllnued on Page 13. Column g 



Lo<swra Knormotiw aw Lnlunin Afirr Loliinin Iw 
ITirown AfEainwl Kriti‘>h and Grrrk HoIHrrw nf 
Di'frnrrw— Pnuiiinns IWing BoUicrrH 



STRIKE PUNNtli 



CMnlcw 

C'alberUon an llridge 

MllerUh 

Finance 

lUdIo Programme* 
•^he Uved ■ Spy" 
Shipping and Travel 
XoclaJ Nalew 
?P*rt 

Theatre* . . - 

Hahn's Ciabw 



Page 18 * single ph*»** t»f Wednes- number of German casualties near Cody, but no eerlotu accidents -niini-. fr-v* 

Page 4 eperatton* Axis dead during mounded and pristmer* in the desert ‘ were reported. More than twenty- ' . ,* 

■ ... — r I a*ao given out 



Page 4 
Page 4 
Page 14 
Page 9 



'he day were placed above 300. 
ATTACK RF.PTUiFD 



rampaign and Increased the number: one inches of snow fell there , 
of tanks destroyed to thtrty-fire | schools were ckwed at Cody and j 



An Axis attack on Tobruk wa* re- The BrVtUh kwse* were reported lo, Powell. 



PAIUA FOR n,OKII)A 



Page 18 , pulsed by artillerv fire, while petrol ^ 



The snow .sarpt acrosa Montana NASSAU. THE BAHAMAS. April 



Page 10 ' sctivitv continued at a high pitch Ttie naval ahell'ng of the Ubvan from boundary tn border. BUling* 17 kF' The Duke of Windsor, XJov- 

Page g in the Raliiin Egjpt- area and Capuzsn pnoribjv •*• carried tvrelved twenty inchr.‘ t->f snow and emor of the Bahama* acmmpanied 

Pagee I*. II [ further progress was made by troop* nav*l uniu which drming wa* reported in ruraJ |br the DiK-hes*. tailed lonlgh' for 

Page II ' pushing on in Ethiopia tn Artdi' Tuesda.r nigh* ennihlla'ed an eight- area* PwJien treoa blocked some jPalm Beach Florid* where he to 

. . . Pag* 7 I Ababa. 8 000 Italian* and 4 000 of , Caminued «n Page 13, Cwiamn 1 J BllUnga streets. ] confer with hta ffnanctai advisara 



Ababa. 8 000 Italian* and 4 000 of, 



confer With hta ffnanctai advisara 



a- irmswri xgwaoT 

TT’ITH THE BRITISH FORCES ON THE GREEK 
\\ WARFRONT, April 17 — Although it ta estimated 

the Germans already have lost 50,000 men in their invas- 
ion of Greece, column after column of troops supported by dive 
bombers still are being hurled against Greek and British lines. 

Hitler ha* sent a seemingly In- attempts to break through Uie 
exhaustible flow of dlruUons, power- Atubbomlv-defsnded passM have 
fully armed, and his rnmmanders been enormou* and In many place* 
are flinging them one afrer the the wtndroisi of bodies are piled 
other against the defenders, who are high 

greatly outnumbered Alone the east flank of the do- 

Officers or the Allied Command fence line anchorad on the slope* 
admit the tUuatinn t* aericexf. b«if nf Motint Olrmpsis Bntish Atu- 
not hope lew traJIan and Ne« Zetland troops 

German toaaea ^ thetr unce**in| CaniiDwed m Page t, (oJamn I 



I nton fjlves Nolire of Intention lo 
Walk Owl if rsemand* 

Are .Not Met 

DFTROIT April 17 >r> R J 

TTiomae. president nf the United 
Automobile Worker* tCIOi. an- 
nounced tonight ht* union, which 
(Wily Friday conciuded a ten-day 
strike at the Pbrd Mjtor Company. 
U filing a five-day noli -re of Inten- 
Don in itrlke agalnat General Mo- 
tora Corporatinn 

A one -year ttnlon-corporatkm 
agreement on wage* and working 
condition* expire* on ^iunday. and 
Thom** aaid that a strike, if ne*- 
e**ary “ would be r*nied out to rn- 
forne U A W -C t O demand* for a 
new proposed agreement. 



f 



Mrs. J. P. Leeming 
Is Re-Elected Head 
Of P.-T. Federation 



Tin: D.UI.V COLONIST. VICTORIA. C.C. i RIUAV. Ai'RlL IS. TJ41 



iiiriii nrcircDo [' 

urriiLi\o 

aeim»n chUdren f»rl> In are in I I RP OPI PPTPn ' 

htt Ideology, They icerned only There puM'd »w*y in Vuiuuo I fliir \rlrl IrM 

%n»t ihe SUie Ki<ihed them to >e>terd«y. Nicholas Bamo, aftdl flllP ULPPLilPLI 

>e»rn, and developed into the kind ' eeventy-four year*. Mr Bum w«* 
of men and women the Slat# born in Victoria and rwaided here 
wanted. all KI* Ilf* Ki* fnnn#r MKlHariA* I 



Slat# born in Victoria and rwaided here' r»i l c r> a 

all hU life, hia former realdencel KlflSmBfl ClUDS Of B.C« NSfllC 



' RaUr a KcneraUvai of young peo> being 2823 Rock Bay Avenue. 

I)lliu'ail Kehidrnt lO Clliffr DcHliiiit'H of (eroup f«»r wUi be *o linere«iied Ui the He id Mirvived bv one aon. Henry 

V. c: c I n i fk • conatrucuve things Nicholu B*'m. Ashford. Waeh . 

AllOllier Y< ar— *— Six Sprakers Ht*ar«l During I in are. and they won’t have time two daughtera Mr*. T. Newell I 



SyiiipoHiuni — Resolutions Passnl 

NS I F. Lee.'ijim . ut llun^ an w- a-, r e ele, re.l hv , 



for vice*, Mr* Wilkinaun tald. 
rOMMIMTY IlL.tLTH 
Taking the top*:. •Community 



being 2823 Rock Bay Avenue Reginald GOUld DiS- 

He la aurvived bv one son. Henry' 

Nicholu Ba-'M. Ashford, Wuh . j GOVemOr 

two daughter^ Mr*. T. Newell | ' 

Portland. Ore , and Mrs. Alfred The AMociation of Klnamen Clubs. 
Burner. Prmoe Rupert, abo three ' DlMrict No. 5. representing sixteen' 
grandchildren, and one aiater, Mr* ,mba m Brttuh Columbia, elected 

V r»-., • .« .it ■ *■ ’■■■ ■■•.-r- i 



Teachers' Federation 
Wants Age Limit for 
Retirement Changed 






uiiromrr |.oe.w of iVachrr al 

SiNlv-hivc ^^ln\ol\o \X a*'lr of Voiiiitry'h Vul- 
uubie — .Miiliirc InlrlligtHict'"* 




governor at the recent convention 



A 



tion t'l a tecjn-i tei;:. a* preai lc;.t oi me British i ■ lum- 1 • .» 1 1 L-r.cei. ukea «ic *. 

bia Parent-Teacher Federation at yeatcrday'a aeasions in l buudirg ranipwu about the health Victoria. uetcaaxea ueaiing wm,. ..tonv lui w iouiuhumm 

the lower loun|;e of the Emprtaa Hotel. The three-day conclave *omen and children tliat The remain* are raailng m Sands Chilliwack. Bert Bailey, of the ; hours of the busy final session. 

wilt be concluded this afternoon at 3 o’clock with a motor drive h u p-M*ible to con>iruct wiui the .Mortuary. Ltd. from where the Port AJbeml club, was named deputy A number of oroDOsal* were lef* i frum ■nnu^ m hmnm.i h.n • k .h 

to Cra.gflower School, oldest remaining school m the province , **'"‘*^™ >‘ve on Monday morn- district governor. aTiminUhr^Xa. 7c^ ' [orchillS^ ^ Jha" o^amun.^a ' 

and scene of the orgamration of the first Parent-Teacher A»«- TaT^'Ti^ed’Vnd ‘ proposal of ' executive to deal with when Paul | consiiiuiion wl.Kh would gne 

cation m Canada. | ThV/r i?gT M reprc*eni.t.n„ ,o 

_ ' 111 w 1 ..1 Club* to raise lA.OOO u it* share of i rapped hU gavel on the table to j provinces and niaintaui the aulon* i 

m ZLTir!ie‘Tf the national war effort. UlU sum to bring the federation , tweniy-firth ' omy of provincial federations Mem- 

^ ^ devoted U) building hostess huu annual meeting to a close. Among ' ber* claimed that at present pub- I 

er ^Id h military camps. IHe these wu a propoaal that the learh- ' llciu iHeued by the CTF often 

-ou wUl i*v for It LuhVv^ uixlertaklni is *pon.sored by the w.r er* retirement age of alxty-nve pre.end* to speak fm all Canadian 

Tu* fe?eri^ t^ utiL TAUII IPQ fiCT \ , committee of the National should be lifted, because -it involtr* ; teachers without approN.l of pro-! 

.« 'lAVIII llil llrl Aaaociauon. headed by Hal Rogen, wute of the counlrya most valuable vuictal groups, 

ic to retain the health of I fllfllLILy |JLI founder of the movement. asset— its mature Inlelliaence ’ . . . I 



Teachers' Federation annual meeting closed here today 
with delegates dealing with nearly forty resolutions in leas 



elation in Canada. 

Also re-elected by acclamation' Bvanv Burnaby. Mrs C 

were .Mrs. K O. Kern, Vancouver |0 McCall. Vancouver, and Mr*; A J 



first vice-preMdcnt. and Mrs 



. « » w .# .r. I ‘heir health aenicc.'. 

Of,' Mr* E Evan^, Burnaby. Mrs C i _ 

^ |0 McCall. Vancouver, and Mr*: a J ' E*wmlne your communities when 
C. McLennan. Vancouver, were chosen 1 return home and ..ee if they 



Urocork. New Westminster, second arelamaiwi as rerordlng serre 



meet the 



vice-prc.M'Jent. Mrs R. Cormark of twrr. corresponding wcreiary and i 
Burnaby, was the choice for third treasurer. re*i)ectively. 
vica-preaidrnt. and the fourth, flfih PASS REHOLITION.W 

and sixth vlce-presidem* follow in i„ . reMlutlon yeaterdav the fed- 
order. Dr, W. w Bell. Victoria; Mr*. eraUon urged the Provincial (Jowrr.- 



ea*urer, respectively ^*P- 

».<. «ked Uie federation to ulUUe 

PAJ»S REHOLI TION.W | influence to retain the health of 

In a resolution yeaterdav the fed- : ounimunity 

aUonurgedti^ProvmcjalOoiv.rr..| ^ E Whilehotue, of 




yItev 

STREET 



effort committee of the National should be lifted, because "it involtes ' teacher«. without appro\al of pro- 
Aaaofiallon. headed by Hal Rogers, waste of the country's moat valuable vinclal groups, 
founder of the movement. aaaet-it* mature inlemgence ’ oiher reMirnmn. 



M W Dawion. Saanich, and Mr*. R. ment to take the resodnalbiJitv of k. ' . ^ Whitehouse, of 

W Hageen Rowland T!. . 7 rMpoiMiOMity of I Metropolilan Untied Church, dealt 

— PWesalve ly ««.unung Uie cost of The P.mUy and BDlrltue; 

^uralioii.ThBreMluimn, and three Training. ,«ued a plea fot 

L? I - 1 t'k **'‘®*’ ' aplrUual Idealism. 

^ K I ^ I V executive, were passed unanimooBlv i , 

O l\ 1 J\ I kT ..k.H .K. : Mra Levmmg occupied the cliair 



VARIED HELP 



founder of the movement. aaaet— its mature IntelUgence ' 

WIN TROPHY A committee on curriculum revi- 

0 \er one hundred delegates at- *** ’^P advised to deal 

tended the convention, at which the * large number of resolutions 



.naiure imeuigence Other resoluiKw passed today 

A committee on curriculum revi- asked for a modlfled and more suit- 
sloD was set up and advised to deal able course of euidles for rural 






I - 1 lY **'‘®*’ ' aplrUual Idealism. 

^ K I ^ I V executive, were passed unanimooalv i , 

O J\ 1 |\ 1 4 *«-ond resolution asked that the i l^-mmg «cupied the cliair 

c I 1 'TT' ^ ^ Canadian AasociaUnn for Adult Edu- 'J^'f thank* of the 

• r ^ ^ I I ***''‘*"' ■ national I *P*‘**‘*^'‘‘- 

tvit/l X X programme promoting parent 

education. A third requested fhe'PnilPrilT fllllTl/ 

I National Film Board at Ottawa to l ll^l rnl M/ln I I 

/ •heir :.<ttiKering t»k* under advi.»emem the poMlbiliiy tMJlfULilll I rUl I I 

>«riri\ of pxtietn *n>! *>f jytjducing film* dealing with per- nil/mXO XllflOflO 

• oior .*sMxggcr, no end en’l education and mental hygiene |l|l/rn I \ I n lll|M\ 

I f- 111 J29S. In the flual re*oluuon. the feUera- U* • L’ll I IJ I llUUI 1) 

I • \ 1 1 S «*prrased wilUngnes* to co- < — 

o()era(^ with the Canadian CounrU t baJvation army and King's Printer 

’ for Iduratloii In CUWeiuihlp. OUs»a j Department Entertain Men 

^ I In dUtrlbuting matenaJ*. | At Otter Point 

^ ICBTUPft Yesterdays se.sslon* open^ with' 

S I n LIr 'Early Bird Breakfast.’ during' Diiru-g the week troop* at Otter 



I-'r- in 12 9S. 

R R .\ 



LEATHER 

NOVELTIES 



Mrs Levmmg occupied the clutu* 
and expreaaed the thank* of the 
delegates to Uie speakers. 



COURT PARTI 
DIVERTS TROOPS 



Department Entertain Men 
At Otter Point 



tended the convention, at which the number of resolutions^ rhi«U; proudetl for scMmg up a 

Victoria Kinsmen Club won the Dr *’*l*Ung to technical change* in the rpecial ronmuner to consirier the 
Poyniz Trophy for putting on the *ludle«. question of the provinica new re- 
beat skit of any club repjwsemed at WAR 8 ERVUE PKOB 1 .EMS card*, and sought a aresier 



Poyniz Trophy for putting on the °* »tudle«. j question of the provmie a new re- 

I W6il3r6 AsSOCIStiOn Work* beat skit of any club repjwsemed at WAR 8 ERVUE PKOBltMS PCfi card*, and sought a aresier 

ers Deal With Many Cases d«.d«. .. .« '™u7*7Z“‘r'L.^;' 

ICinsmi*n rluhA Hava aKaIvmi . ^ pwrinirni o# Knucfttioti ^ cl^cisiuiM 

During Month th,ir m,u.i .cuyiu.. m t.vor or .« “ p'-’ 

work, .nd .rr buw COIIKUI^ n.«.- ,,m.kZi^d™'.OTC «d hr T"’"'''';'*"”" 

E H WlUon. nrwf prMidrm of Ihr «n« >nd imlv.fr mwirn .1 and .up- tr,inlnf. TOry rmphwilild Ih.t | 

Family W'elfare Asffocistlon of Porth^* ih* ’’Bundle* for Britain’' teachers "seek no consideration a.-, ' Another renolmion urged the r>- 
Orealer Viciorla. preaided at the a apeclal group * | pwrimeni of Blucst.on be asked to 

w. REPRE.stNT BRITAIN The miMiinn nf exiwrt tiuiructlon in \olce 

monthly meeting of the board of di- ,, ^ . me question of teacher* aalarir foi b^raujui •m.m,- t«.«vVk.r. 

r«.rnr. h.t .1 ihu «-.d.ir » i*ws D-« Victoria delegate* lo the conven- was dealt with in a two-page report ■ , becatw man> teacher^ 

rector*, held thU week at 1234 Pan- nof, included Dr, A. Poyntz, past ns- preaented at the flna! session ^ *^»>tnewe* due 

dora Avenue. tjonai npi»tHi.nf * w a.»ifK TV* .w... .w_. »n to fault placement 



Fumlly Welfare Association of 
Greater Victoria, presided at the 
monthly meeting of the board of di- 



I campaign 

REPRE.stNT BRITAIN 



[flora Avenue. Uonal president; A. W. Smith, past The report recommended that thr 

I The camp coramliier for the op- district governor. W. Passmore, see- federation ’pres* for Uie immedlair 
'eraUon of Ihe Fred Land*berg Sun- *’**^’. *nd Hugh Francis, registrar eatabliahmeni of increasing muu- 



Anolher reeolmion urged the f>- 
pariment of Eilucation be asked to' 
proud' exi<ert Instruction in voice 
coijifol becaiue ’many teacher* 
•iifler from thr.-at weaknewe* duF 
at lea*t in pan to fault placement 
of the voire." 

Tlie federation derided to in\e. !i 



an xariv Bird Breakfast.’ during' Dur.i.g the week uoop* at Otter .lows Alrieiman W H Dauea ichair- 

.? *'* I traimiig camp were enier-lmfin'. John Ooldie. t. H Wil*on.|H-„, 

B_ , ^ rkr»***o .w * ^ Uln'd bv a concert party, .'poniored MPBtvtrate Henry Hall, J, H Prank, ! .ji. 



ahlne Camn was amwinted foU Victoria Club, W. B. DUla- h“hn salaries based on services lor pinMbtlity of extendma to all 

mne camp wa* a^nted « ^ B ^ O, Shank*. thoee in the lower salary levels." ' 'earhers in n«- province a group 



'kRcv John Q. Crwlv DD R at d.* a cTiurti pwr-.v, .wpon«<*TTa ^ 

'Jvietoria. gave the ' mvocatlmi at 9 I by the Salvation Amij and Ihe De- T'd V ictoria club in SprncprTdmii^" i 
o'clock, and then Mra, Xf D, Wilkin- ; partmeni of King* Printer. Provin- ' : ^ rp-«»ftr expanding comrtbulion ’ 

™. T.r«w.. v.r..pn,M„„ apvrrnmrnt. Abju.wnl C. J XX, pi°» IrrrlXn^Xlnf »Wch ,hw c^i.auu. .ulom«.„ ip- 

Parent -TVacher worV'**^'***' i The varied programme enthu>iasli- ' fr.s to be given a holiday thu Sum- r ■ ukort ! '*''>‘ment. of < 

r«nt«m BK 11 .W.,.. ..AM A ' received by the men. coavuted ’ ... ^ . be obtained 

. r' Rt.NOV.ATE QIARTERS tng.and. said Mr Kerb), could , , 




ftty Kerby. avustant to the ore.si- "oonlinue our n**gouation* .not ^ »>*tem which now 

sm. General Motor* of Canada, ^bpered by the adoption 0 / com- * '’aivcouver te.vchet*. 

l{Jre,--“d lav lugiii . oj I Plete « Jie« which may or raai no* I ^ M'-Dougaii r-rinclpal o; 



son. Tacoma. vlre.pn*»!deiit of me | cial Government. Adjutant C. J 

|Nau«al Congres* of Parent., and j Milley was master of ceremomev 
^ Teacher*, conducted a diAcusxlon on ' ^ . 

Parent. TVacher Work programm' enihusiasti- 

C?aptam Etrr>ore PhUpoit addrewed ' 



be both equitable and possible ol Vancouver High School, was 

attainment. '■ .elected prc.*ideni. 

The rejwt added that although 1 Mr M-.T>5iigall was uce-preeide.:i 
the time »eema ripe for negotiatioov , of the Jederation lost year and i* a 
Oh lower snlarv Ir-.el;.. the estao - 1 past preMdent of the Brltisli Colum- 



Itshment. of c/»mptete scales ran not 
be obtained without lengthy nego- 



bu Principals' A.<uiooiation. 



75k„'1’^ 

Hand Made in Canada 
By Rcfugcti 

F. W. Francis 

JEWELER 1210 DOUGLAS ST. 



Sec Our New Modcla of 

ZENITH 

WASHERS 

A NEW 

MADE-IN-CANADA 

PRODUCT 

COAST HARDWARE 

MY8 DOUGUS ST. E22Y3 



UP AD TODSf Wllk • WMUre 

ai»*iri« AMhekMi* 

Victoria Hearing- Aid Co 

•■* Bre«lfi r«T so Mskrt 
fit re«k«rlM •!*« was. TTB 



GET A ^100 LOAN 

Repay $7.78 a month 

At laaerM*. 

G*»i vatf* Ml fwallure or aui* N* 
m4it iR*wir>«« el ’rttyel* m r*tetiv«i 
Pr* wat io »n aa*lM»n<-a>, 



iiic voricu jMiwttaiiun'- u om.i- “Al.l.-Ol' f ’ f lE'ORT I uMimeni. 01 tv»rapieie scaicv ran not | bm Principal*' Asuoeiallon. 

caUy received by the men. coavirted’nier ^ be obtained without lengthy nego - 1 mm Ai.hnrv 

of the followmg. RENOV ATE Ql ARTERS nevir hgv; i »«>d policy ,n take I f"r t^e v,!;- 

fiong.. by MLS* ■R.>..emai Parfltt | John Gold.e ond F. W. McMullen mechanS^d vehicles withmil ’ 1^'. Vh!’!’ fT h | p^^Wency Mr. AUburv .** former 

conjuring trirk* and martonrtto by, reported on the necessary renova- Canada. s help, since Germany be- Th 7JT ' PrrMdeni of the ProviiKial Becoti- 

John Oow. cornet -jiIos by Jim Bow. flow, lo be undertaken wUhln Wei- 1939 i,^<j all ^ , »;'»*bHshmem of complete darv Teachers' AMoclaUoij. 

Hsnci> niimh*i'« hv MI.km .I/mm I fare HOkUU- to ntmldi* mrir^ aHiwmal.* * ^ 1 arale> 1 . 



a lunchwn meeting Of delegates . I , ' produced urceuth- 

noon I fiong.^ by Mbs -Rohiemai Parfltt | John Goldie and F W- McMullen mechaiiSd vehicles wlthmil 

rONDITTSYMPOSli M | crmjunng tricks and martonrtte> by 1 reported on the necessary renova- Canada .s help since Germany be- 
SIX speakers were heard during the j° be undertaken wUhln Wei- ^ 

afternoon on the .vmpowlum The ***"" number* by MlsKe* Joan ! r«re Ho.^ o pimlde more ad.‘quate her energy to bulldma up a mechan- 
Ramparu we watch." V L. Denton [ Oer.ldlnr Ash wiid a^im^^^ Ued army ' ThK B a w ar of m«- 

' was chairman Margurei Playnr, comedy song-v and ties there. mamifarturers and en- 



"The Nutriilrmal Front ' was the 
title of Miss Elizabeth lY*wsotis Icn- 
»iinute talk Mbw Uwon I* dieii- 
tian at the Royal Jubilee Hospital. 
She .said that ronaiderable malnutri- 



01 complete Teachers' AMoclatloij. 

. i A cnmniltte* wJU be eel up to 

™ .[.‘'■"''S ‘ TT"!' I --on-P-to, t„, 



Chesterfield 

Suites 

•\T -MO.VEY SAMNC 
I'RirES 

flRNITlRE DEPT. 

Macdonald Electric 

LIMITro 

IISI 0 ««<U| c«ra«r Vl«« 



A Good Selection 
Of Used Ranges 

Rcjsonkbly Priced 

C. J. McDowell 

1000 DOUGLAS STMET 



DRYUANO FIR MILLWOOD 

'3 ?S 

w-tw COHO 
EDGER SAWDUST 

60 s*c«*4.50 

CAMERON 

Wood & Coal Co., Ltd. 

743 YATES ST TELEPHONE C 3121 



Margurel Playnr , comedy *ong.v and ties there. mamifaciurers and en- ,7e''TinT«ml!'? "1'°!^!.'* report at 

recitation* by Horry Crowther. Rrv. Fred Coinle;. chairman ol the gi„p^rs desenr bocking from everv- ' 1^!, IT7 Im m T I ’* comentton 

fancy and wrobiitlr roller skating case commiiiee. reported rme meet-jone ’ Mr Kerbv deeiwri.#t -ri.r doing the; . . 

by Miss June Brown and Harrv uib had been held during the mon»h. number one need is an all-mif ef- SENSIBLE 



Rev. FYedComle;. chairman ol the gi„p,.rs rtrsertr bockinv from Xv^Vv , enuca.ion noa 

se comminee. reported one met.- ! Kerb" d«l^^^ '"*‘ 



, u.K u-.u uui.ua .nr mni.-n. number one need is an all-mif ef- beam neeoUatlna at once 

.Mxie.-n rneniber.k atrendtng to di*- fort to win the war. ’ HamM Wm- !l. . 



iluu) Parlui and O home life 

Mr- Jr.v.ir l-o,l*r. I ^ repon of the month work was 
Gone, ^axophor.e. p, 



nan at the Royal Jubilee Hospiul* ' --Mxie.-n rnenibef.k attending to di*- fort to win the war. " namw wm- The mreirn. 

She .s*id that rtmsjderable malnurn- ■ *^'h cuss plan- and possible help fOr aev- terbum. Kin.vmen Club president I against a change m he 

tlon resulted from the last w*r >nri 1 number.* were prrH-nled eral faniilir* where problems of introduced Mr Kerbv 1 * <^hange in the 

aHd"edth.t ^tmn.;c'J^^^^^^ health, mental Ulne,«. m.r.Ul dlffl- . Teacher^ Federation < 

exi.-rt after this Mniggle *• a resiitt ' ^ Mylrea. the following rultie.-. nr Illegitimacy had disrupted 

of rationing the helvv h.,r^ ” home life 

(axatlon and limited budgew. luilea* ! A repon of the month work »** 

the citizen* wer. educated U. pur T f v. w 1 " ^ Yatr* gen- 

rh«e the right kmd of food " hor^’ . *1 

Government dime* and health of- ^ ^ ^ ^ on 119 caso*. k 

flceawTiT open to the public SO that ' The'a7comi)anLsM were Mrv fivd 1 ^ *'''** i 

P«ple awuld have the opportunity I R D Mv^«a ^ / 

to benefit from professional knowl- «s- b u ‘ 1 office iniervira*. A summary of the • f ' 

Yd,e Ml«, U.X. , 1 „ PUbnr unYn.p,„vmYm ^ I 

! l«P.rln.rnro( Km, . Pr....rr .rrr I I?”* 



SENSIBLE 



cation noa , 1,^,1 year’, convention 

■ doing the [ . inanagcr, ' smiled the c-ittomer. 

power to I RE.N’SIBLE ‘ ' P^hapa he'll ha^e a little moc# 

P j »rn*e than yoi seem t« powvs" 

on record The woman had been very iryitig 1 "Oh hr has martam ' was tha 
• Canadian and the sliop as-astaiit* temper was I tired reply. • He went out a* you 
Convention brgmnmg in gei * bit uncertain. Iramr in." 



I nr riA.A.^ r^^.AA L ' refppahmem* supplied by the 

■wll , Xr' “iX"” D-PTlnmni o( Km,« ?ru>.rr .rrr 

«rvcd in IhY nmn.- 
Gwemment. spoke on the ’’Sociaj _ _ 

I Welfare Aspect of Home Life ■ He ^ „ ./ . . . n 

I told ho* people had become depend R f] M R K S 

eiiL on the Oovemmeni »uh ihe rr- | *^ ^ *'* " II I L L U 

aulianl organization of voiai aerv- Ifinn CiTlIin 

ice* *uch a» mothers' allowance old- I II K I i 1 ,1 M T 

age peiuiofut. mass unemplovmem L U M U U I <1 IH I 

I Insurano*. etc. 

AAEEGt’ARDlS’r. Ht HOOLS ( onlinued from Page I 

‘Baferiardlng Our School* ' was Sta^b and Canada for mu- 

the topic of Albert Sullivan Provtn- 1 

I clal high sdioollnspecior. He ^pokr | . •^*'^**‘‘* *>'*'n'ieiitl.v 



' — ' ^ .. c 1 ntakmg 305 vialts in the area of 

. 1 rcH ' oflioY inlYrviri... A i-ummu-y of tlw 
rrmik Htunphtry wu (ran.port«uon , , ^ , 

m.n.,yr. Ai Uw clc of Z ,ir- ' “?'T ITT X 
nm,. ryfruhnirnn, .uppllrd by the'"' *• K'V.n to l ho boy n with . 

CPTlnirni of Km,« Primn .rrr|*"‘ ''’7V“' f * 
urved in llw n,on.. " «'P^n‘*'n‘ '» 

_ _ j Iwoomr Hir-Aupixjrtin, now ft, at 

111) MB KILLO TOR.MOVI BAKR.fRA 

I The as.*oclatlon wo* making every 
inPn ^TAUD remove barrWs of ill 

LUnU uliilllr health and oilier cau.se* which were 

; preventing the breadwinners of some 
...... .. . 'families frmn obtwininr work. For 

on nu rom age I families having difficulty In living 

United Sta^b and Canada for mu- war allowances or reduced In- 
nliion* and food comes, two booklet* were available 

Ptar vear.H he traveled frequently , -BuriKeimK for the 

In Canaria, the Uni'ed and P„nljy •• p„bu*hed by the 







GIFT OFFER.. 

ROGERS Silver by Oneida Ltd. - Silversmiths 



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LABELS 



DOUBLE YOUS MONEY BACK OFFER 



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the topic of Alban Sullivan. Provm- 1 ***** ^*^** come*, two booklet* were available 

I clal high scliool Inspector. He *poke | . Irffl'iently j m oliu.- BurtitetinK for the 

jof the modem rumctihtm where " Canaria, the Uni'ed ^Uif and P„nljy •• p„bu*hed by the 

siudem could go right through I LV 0 *‘**»- 

I grammar school and college rithoui ■ ? ... * and ' Pood for Heaith in Peace and 

j having to take an external etamlna '* *^ than Hirer preiwred by the Canadian 

non set by the Depannieni of Edu- > 7*^ I As.«iciation 

I freedom in hb T 1°'' • CommbMon that imr.ti- r^pored »hat the a*. 

n#c^y fi ,i?Mu«;ip ,^ •" inUociatlon had been helping several 

I greater T^a V Canada In 1931. evacuate,! EnglbJi famlhee to work 

* -I **^''"etion. Hsaii iis- # »s*t Dsntv.A -vatbfactory plan for liv- 

I I believe the young paopie today' C.RLAT RAll.n AT ^ 

are looking for really sertou* leader- 



II* Iha, (ra*h •r/MB.fh* MrH-n Sa.nvr ih, 
t‘rrm T nm*U> FruJut N rnr r).n««bt Ih, 

Ir* tl»a wmr rt»¥,.iir .«f.« .aWf ,¥U ai 

fi 4 at (raiMv |U,k«J fiufn it.a »inc. 



lat mail* I tl>K« ■ •wantia 
I mlllH'H I anadtan •ntntwt 
■ awn rip* ••nwaii. 



If .a talM a«a Ha. ....p Ixnuahf .n am. in all ■>. (m- ,-* •> I a 1 'l-ra * a • . Iu*(.b 1 

iwafxlr ■*,(«. mr'h. -t r.«ra< •!•-« ivKc l.au. kt'd tlfc •> M 

It a a Saamir a>' -Irlitf'riM ihaf I itwl.v t M 

ipaaraxira •« pa« *m« dnvl.la am.a ' * 

aanMaae-mk rxitaaa a«« «ha. aM 1 r/v . / . . 



OSaw IMM «a I* $MO ri f Oakia 
liMiMBU laaaal m r«^rMai 

iwt ledibli cWpa «S T\ par ■rai* «• 
autkwuf^ kf «*• Itwafl Uua M. im 
W« |uar«n«M tkw* a •r<btag !• 
r«< fV«a •ft* « rail w> t^y K* 
aH<a*t;/a J JAM *■ M* bnrana 

^USEHOLD 



»n rf, LAMmda 

rjt*NMv4 )«r« 

a»«aw# ei«a«, Cefrtral BaHeiM, 
US vitw M., al Sr«a# 

• •aa#*r, *m— VICTORIA. 8 .C. 
W. D PvatHw M»a**a» 



iuf 



I n;dom m hb t^cMLT " T" • C’ommbMon that n.;;::!!:! ’-P^^-ed that the a*. 

n#c^y fi •" inUociatlon had been helping several 

greater T^a V ^ Canada In 1931. evacuate,! EngibJi famlhee to work 

* -I **^''"etlon. hsaii iis- # »s*t Dantv.A -vatl.sfactory plan for liv- 

I believe the young people today' C.RLAT RAII.n AT jj, country In ephe of the 

are looking for really seriou* leader- * clerkship, ha became in ,hat thev were unable to secure 

•hip and It b our duty to give it to 1 * crniury the head of the Great from England 

them. ' he stated. j London, MjdJatids and Scottbh | 

Mra, WUkinso*! speaking on bet- ! ‘**1^*»> • director of tlie Bank ot | I'nn* nnmrn 

; t#r community sUndard* said j* ! »nU a leading figure in|^i\/|\ KII|ll|-\ 

was the fault of the older genera. I British mdastne*. i l1'iL»IU lJUUII.U 

tlon who profited from the opera- i '■ inr IIM TH Ulf'U 

tlon of gambling tavern.v the sale Lord fiuim|» wa.- ii> ^U\e to Go. l||\f plIrM |1II|M 

of bad literature, and other con- pohe*, Oulj a niontli ag “* ' 

tribiiting factors to ImmoraJity In assailed what he de*crlbcd a.. , 

bureaucratic muddling which had * oniinued from Page I 

CADC ***’*^*^ wartime Uidu'lria) output have met mce>*ani stuck* through 
fvlU^vLt) ^UKC >■'' Uon. TYrvor the pa/' six da- Today thev still 

__J A P* LI I IkJ /i • **‘*”*P- Ullfty-foiit Tlir are holding ftM 

DIIM- and AL.mNU ne-s Lotd sump p a law.ver Hon , Farther ^.-* 1 , where tlie Greckv 

Wh*« rM'r* M xit M ■ amea aM aoMUa Wilfrid Carlj-le Bump wa* thirty fought ' ih iin*»!equ*te equmnimt 

•ahiaa rr«« «aMfa.M»s h.rs ,jx years old. There are two other t^... ...1 



ihr*« 

''i>*n,l« I'rc.*'* 
I ■•«,.•••• Tnidwri*— 
luu*. Hinip an-t 

< ai.ht,|»— a«C ^ 

il< a l«*t fr». 
ha«* laarad. 









MUSCLES SORE “Hr,, 

STIFF and ACHING ne-s Lon 

Wh*« yM'r* M alit a* ■ anle* aeS ■aattaa Wllftld < 
•ahtaa fraoi ««Mfa*taaiaS acrrrWa ar karS alv yearv 
vark * WWb «•***«• vlth taakUr'a WklU 
waai Itabar r*« "9 •»* lab* aat iJm ' 
gala ar SaaMt r*ar waaaa barb IS* *nS SSc. Ladv 9 



NAZIS’ BODIES 
ARE PILED HIliH 



< nnitnued from Page 1 
have met ince>*ant stuck* through' 
the pa/' six da- Today thev still | 
are holding ft;t 

Farther where tlie Qreekv 

fought ' .Ih in^vvtequate equipnient 



Lady Stamp w 
National Free 



There are two other ^ju, ,.imo 4 i vaJor. Uie Ger- 
man* made advances from Grrvena 
w pr--;denl of the j assured, however, that vigor- 










M 

w 



National Free c-nurch Women - ou* step, were being taken to pre- 
Council and governor of University j vent thb drive from culimg Uie 
College. Aberj-viwytii Walen She 3 ^. 4 ^ off from behind 
was married to L«>rd sump in 190.1 1 ^ 



WELL KNOWN IN C \NADT 
OTTAWA April 17 <F — Lcid 



There were imeiwlve heavy move, 
menu of troop, behind the llnev 
to bobier the Allies’ defence pn*i- 



I Bump wa* well known to Canadians 
' from coaM lo coaet and pariUpiulaily i neressary 









LAGER 

Ffca*« 6#1TR bf Ff«t D«l>v«ry 



I to UKwe engaged m the grain bum- ' 

"m 8,.n.p h, Dili FIRES STARTED 

Canada ui 1931 and was chairm*:. /'rniilkl rimxil 

Of a Royaj CotmubMun that heard I l\ li|-UUAM I XPI I j)| 
{evidence at various pninta ih (he ULIIIilrill U/il I I tiL 

- Dominion in the course of an In- 
quiry mu> the gram tradmg bu:..- . ( ontinued from Page I 

I ness. ' 

Lo.« b-lorr hr undmook ' PU«. abU -.o 
.Boyw Con,m.. ch.u->d«..h,R^ ■ 

■ (o, which he nc ..UrT- ' 7 ^ h,mu« p.lch« o« r«l 

he h.d h.an dr«:tlo«l b, he, ”, '' 

re*pnndenU as "the ba*le*t man In FIRE* SPREAD 

■ London ' ‘ ' Bfeadilv and methodlcailv U 




LADIESI Herr's ib# silver npportunitv of a lifriimaf 
InwKitie h! A tompleic 2A-piere set of Hogert Sliver Plara 
by Oneida Ltd. (Sllver*milh*> for apprniimatelv one-lhlrd 
oi Ih* regular ttora price. Or, if t«hi wish, you can hava 
•M» »>f the individual pieces. In any quanlitv »ou want, ai 
titeac same bargain price*. 

Iherr's just one ibln* 10 refnember— your order nvuM b# 
mailed not later than May Mfh. 1941. I se the twder blank 
at the hvrtinm of (hia annoimcemcnt. (iet ettra order blanks 
fo* yourself and your friends from your grocer. 

Why are Libby’s msklnc this aervsartonal offer? Because In 
celebration of their 7Trd Birthday, Ijbby's want to eipresa 
tbrtf appreciation to the thousands of Canadian woman » h# 
are regular users of Libby's product*. And to you Udtsa 

• ho have not yei enfoyed the extra quality of Llhhv’a famous 
haaG Lihhy's makr this offrr aa an indtuemrnt lo try them 
aitd Judge for youraelf. 

Any Lihbv labels will he acceptsbie, whether thev sre all 
frnm i.oe pohIuci {such a* lomaio juice) or from a vanery 

• J I »M«v poMiucts. 'virnplv dtp the container — can or 
h,etle-ln ho* water and the label will come off easily. 

fitevk the ahopret'a llU below— it ihow* aome of the popi*. 
lat Libby'* Tmpire f ood* from whlih you can obtain labels. 

/ GAaoi THIS SHOPPER'S LIST 



I iMw a tuna 

1 iKhv'* L'aK hyp 

IjMv* '• FVo«a«a Raan* 

fS .•rtwita) 

I IMw a Pn«k anil ttrana 
{••hhv’* kaua, Kraw) 
a CI«v.aatl 

Gh*Yv'a 1 4wSaU kta€a#wwi 
I ••*l.» • Tmmafn Wmip 
IjM.« * VaavuMa S>wb 

L>ht-T . l>,aa ^ 



I iM..-* VMnach 

LiKhv', if n ww^finad fkahy F««Ai 
n4>anr,.««i 

Mamwamt**# rva**.raM4 

1 .Mw . Aaatratwn Pinaaryla 
• I iMw a AtMtraltan PruK* 

I <M). ‘a pKhiaa 
I (hhv'a Maoi»4 
L>t«r>. aOli.aa 

Mm<* Maal 
too PAMoi a room 



ROGERS Silvar Plate hy Oneida Ltd. (Silversmithi) 

We really .hm*t need It. uv much abvHH within ter. da*, .tt.. 1. j j 



the damage they were dUng bv 
watching burning paiche# of red tn 
Uie dark vetl which covered Uie city. 
MEE FTREA SPREAD 
' .Steadily and methodically they 



He fame U> Canada lo Investigate 'started fire*, bembed (hem. and saw 
the grain bualneas at the request of ‘ Uirv m-ere stretching outward 1 



he then Prime Minuter Rt Hon 
R. B. Bennett 



VeAlprdav’s Fire rjill* 



This gdvtrfiiement is riot publishgd or displayed by th« Liquor 
Control Board or by tht Govffrnnrtnt of British Columbia 



9AANKH riRE DEPARTMEVT 
' 7 50 am -Chimney fire. 301 

I MUigrove Btreet.^o damage 



Hon before they turned for home ’ 

The Air Ministry said the raids 
abo extended to Cuxbaven, Wil- 

I heinichaven and Wesermunde in ad- 
diUon U> a daylight attack «gi the | 
uland of Heligoland. 

~ ‘ ' Prom all fheae operations " j' taid 

'•’T -one aircraft of the Brenber Com- 
3017 mand and three of the Fighter Com- 
mand a.re mlsalng.’' 



(hi* b<-.au(trul ■ftvrrwarr-— musf t^ana- 
dian w.wurii *rr fsmihar w|ih h Thr 
Artadt« paliert, la rapi.lly bcct>mlr,| a 
t»f*l I hoi, r among vliar r i mlnatl ng 

• omen. If* graceful afmpltrity la •ctiaM 
toJa* ami will hr amart tomorrow. 
Truly you wHlI be amated at the aeoa*- 
ilnnal value*— it i* a birthday gffi VIFII 

• ill hr gla.l to accept. Of 4 ourte. y«ur 
money Ka>b if you aren't completely 
*aiiaf»aO~ihe Blleerware to be retuiue,! 



wMhIn Ian riava aftrr rccripi. It «* *.4,1 I 
•tih a guacanieetl replacement by its { 
•nakrrs. J 

!*-•'* delayf Plan 10 get #H the pln-ra ! 
v-u want hrhw# May 14th, whether «| 1 
tw a aet of teaapi«Mi*i tif k(il«re anj fiekai ( 
a bulirr knife; a wifar spiam; or a ror*. | 
phle twrniv-att piece set Cbrrk the j 
atra. hetl ah<,pprr't li«t afi>i *^*> how eaav I 
II will he h>r lu get yuur required ) 
ouwvbet «4 lal'ela. j 



HERE’S YOUR ORDER BLANK 

^ 

iiHHv. M.ssiit 4. Mbny nr CANADA. iiMir»r> | 

L HwKfm, lUtrar,#. • 

PUaw wn.l aw Oiawna I. A. fwr-r«* It Ragtr, Nl.*, Ha.# K* I 
(Ww<il* I at (Ni.rrvmfkai, AwaAca garwre. **,t«wfc*4 Htlmi I 

r ^•MVewn*. tar ahuk I anclaw II liMn laheta aa 4 SOt. | 

* Awaart ayaaiw. «a* -ht, h I arwhwa Na I Ihh* UhaUaag 11.00 j 

*4mfwtfcwk*. JawaU.,,, Ij,*, ^ j 

r 4 4«awa>h*i-«a,tar wlibl. IrMlaar Mt IjM.* Utwia aa<t S 2 «. | 

r I tawaw Stul*. laa •hMi | ««<Uav «wa I iMw Uhal af.4 ^ 

n t a«o*r *wwa, W wh4<h I •fwlnar *m LcUw laSal bk 4 ZIt j 

r M^uan «M. tw wtiMk I aw Uaa II UMw Uhata aw4 St 10 I 



The Abovt Complete 

Opaa Ssavb 

26 Pist* Set $15.60 Volos JX $5.50 iw » UMy laMi 



NCVTlCP-^Jf** aaptara Maa Ifch. t* 4 t. 





( 




CHRISTK'S 



MIXfO 



four 



Quality VEAL Specials 



BREAST, lb 



40 « »J‘» 
*1 25 «.* 2 >» 



C<KUM»I4 



NABOl 



nabob 






TIIK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. DC, I-RIDAV. M’KIL 1 ^. l'^ 4 I 



fOR'SUPERIOR 

mm MAGIC 



RESULTS USE 



NANAIMO PIONEER ' ^ 

Wrj Joclt S»n&imo. Mr 

CROSSES THE DIVIDE i^. vtoLoutpr «n(i Mr« e 



Dependable for 
3 Generations 



NANAIMO. April 17 . JohnI 
AilLvn Button, aixtr-lwo. reUdem ol NORTH KAINUII ARP 

Nan»lmo for fifiy-onr >*««•, dird — — A t A 1 ft /f a * 

•; hU heunr hne today Bom In SIDNEY, April 17 SurUi baaui> ^ + /a tl fl 1 t /I I fwl a 1 tl (T 

Biifland, hf aorkrd m minw lirir ^ p commiltmuil n.rri ,;r. M< *' f I 1 1 Li Li L 

lor m.n, jro,. .nd u .urvivrd by p„,,^ 

fh* brothrrs. Grargr, Vancouver, 

Albert and IVrcy. Nanaimo. Horace Btation, Ekit aam I ruill^ I orilKlttoii <»f *1 lirt «‘A 1 ail 

Srw York, and 8unJr> .New West- Road, at « pm A Itrit aid cour. i • 

minster and M'e Alftter.*-. Mr.'. Monk •ilj be ataned on tflai evenliig I *'Mnl I Olll ID -Ht’A . I»r \ r<* I i . 



ISSST Jfn Howard Gro„p (yMMISSiS TITT^ 

Elects New Off 



CAmBT 

Ml>C*rmiN 

V 044 CC 0 

viottAim 
ANO M^lT 



MANNING'S 
ASSORTED SANDWICH 
ENGLISH TEA BISCUITS 

,r 1 9 *^ 



NABOB 

BAKING 

aowofR 
12 or * f 
tin I \ 



MAGIC 

PONVDE* 

BAKING 

12-02 

tin 



W allarr to llt'ad ILhIa for IVnii 



• STORED 

• REPAIRED 

• RELINED 

• REMODELED 

c 5 AcvlUVr 4 ) 



SPECIALS 



23 " 





r 




SUGAR 

h C. GranulatCi) 


r» 

lbs 


42" 


H* 

lbs 


83" 


20 


5 **f «:i 


lbs 


1 


100 




lbs 


1 


Ik 


HE 



For Friday 
and Saturday 



|2pR,25j^ 13^. 

r 

GINGER SNAPS 

FRESH SHIPMENT 

2 .. 25" 



MILK 

All Irjndl 
Tall r«nt 



LtUROAol.lb. 20c 2,„19 

RUMP R0AblS,lb 27c 

LOIN ROASTS, lb. 29c ^ - 

RIB CHOPS, lb... 27c m a n 



I BOLLEO OATS 



f ^ to t e promise n:a e by un. inest apouiie last ‘ v 
I toher. declaring that a three-man b^^mmittee would be ap- 

i pointed tor the supervision of the existing penal system in Can- 
£ ada, was passed at the annual meeting of the John Howard So- 
jciety held in the Y.M.C A. la»* night. 

J Trevious to tpe parking of ti- mo- < 

' non. ilw ne« olfw-iaJ* for uie loith- 
. ■ -Tming year aerr r.--.*.ed by !l;e 
memoeii. Ilci. Brycr H. Wallace J 

^ I was appomU'd a.' presUietil. W 

M i Ptrd Ci'mley as viie-j»rc 4 ,ideiil. H / 

^ W>au, Msctatary. and Mrs W i: .M ^ 

r Mitchell. A# r-- .-...krf ^ AK 

Other members ut the rsecuUie, Mfi ^ 

, ^ I Uiclude Mli-i D. Yen'.— .\Ilv E ; ,*• V 

% j Smallwood. Mr. t PhWfoii Ke> 

; Oeori?** BiUcir M A A: Ju .’pJi jK 

^ I McKenna Ur. D. M Bailla and ~ 

9 ; J, 1 ! Hhuoii. ’ Hfc, 

^ i St ItMlls Kt.l'OKT V SiL. 



FortyOnc Receive Diploma 
Training Unit 

uMKWHKKP: IS ENGLAND 

Ai-i.i <C^' -rre!*eiinn»r neincnant 
.'ifm diploma- lo forty -one 
iirw of the Canadian .Army 

ruert- members of ihe aecond 
fl.v cf Ihe ofllrer Cadet Training 
• Maior-Oeneral Victor Odium 
‘We need new blood lUe >ou 
ig ofTloers m Uie Canadian Araiy 
i.iu I rxprefw' the hope \oj will b<- 
•-•-.v nf the Canada that has pu' 
•*» Pi, tu re 



Mak. Ui . mmd. ii.ki ... r . FOLDING PRAMS 

adj vo'.i ti be tjur lo Cbt;adian Curpt 

< II br t! 'T- and l' vounehe., and Fulh coll«p»>bi< «diu»i*bi« hand. 



— b 

25c K 



Pt> ( 4 tt 

^ 4,40 



DR. BALLARD’S 

CHAMPION DOG A 7 ^ 

BISCUITS. 4 lb b«4 ^ < 

CAT FOOD. C*' 

*j'S, tirt O 



RUMP ROAST OF BEEF. lb. 25c tea cc 

PRIME RIB ROAST, lb. 29c 

WINO RIB ROAST. !b. 29c 29 



LAMB 



pniiED SMOULDERS, lb. 7«c l&i 

LEGS, rer lb. 35e IF 



MANDAIIN nabob 

OIANGES lemonade 

BC P»ck POWDCPS 

nO" 2 „e,. 9" 



KJ 2 



Pork and Beans 

ColiMeb'i. A pQ*' 

15 01 »o- 

OLIVES I 

Nibeb Oii.rn d ne lOOGFOOD. 1 



COTTAGE ROLLS, Tenderized, lb. 
BACOW- ^-Ih, ok»s.. each 

BONELESS SMOKED PORK 
SHOULDERS, Tenderized, lb. 

JOWL BACON, in Piece, lb. 



NABOB 
OYSTERS 
5 or 

tm I I 

b. 



FANCY ^ 



BED SPRING 
SALMON 'j- 



. I C«luieb>a, chotc. 

jl bfl.et, >6 01 tin. 



17" 2,. 27" 

I d!L_d 

PEACHES i 

»l, cho»c«, O 57*' S 

Ifiar tin. * 



1 ^ re^iort on p:- * • aJ .. 

PUivnie, was i;b:s; 5 t:.d M W 

tlEl .M M.U he.l • 1. j-. : - 

it) =iir , 'll..' 

JO P'.'f flt:. 1^ tfr im . - ot ...K 

* Itioiie by tne in =•««• past 

t ',:rar, .-t- pite (i.r ad.’rni of ihe wai 
f , Cnemplc/: :neni v - n prinv* fa'.io: 
Hi *lJ. • 1 ."i l.aniii, (i b> he sh.-!v'- 
'the drmaiid beuig (or .'Killed jrk- 
^ eri rai-’teT Uiai. U.e ita.iiadl 

‘ wluch -.ppealv to the agenv . f'': 

! 

9 ' In addition t>.< :neii •■AKri wi 

^ M'. firr;- n why nase yo n in pi'A- 

i B ^ •'h. -l.-’-’ii !•• tie yintl fiii.‘-':i. il 
U ;»ie S-i- ie;'. A at nian • • e 
fC 5 * *ti' !! di ■;i'y n !r<'- . 'fr arm-' 

8 •om- iu ti. a. m.,. 



in ’Oil" be true ‘ ftdid Ih* b*vk md lo..i'«,t .pi-tall, dmancd 
S. . ..JDli r-nmniamler. Ymi ; paJdrd drilfpreol «pKoli,*„ h.,., 

''-’i'liig men among ngh*;- - 'ubb,' i*fed 

. . . With Stofm Co>»i •! I H'l 



Victorians 
H osts to " ' 
Dele a tes ” ' 



he flch'ii.^r men among flgh';- - 

ItlP!’ 

. .•f'iri’ted fii-r.. I ■ of e- 
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KIOH SPEED BUT NO HIGH PRESSURE! 

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TMK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, BC FRIDAY. APRIL IS. P'41 



The Daily Colonist 

btAAlUAM ItM 

Th« Colunlst PrlnUni tnd Put>Usmx;| Compute 
- LlmJUd Llaoiltty 

J L Tftii UAiiaglnt Oixcctor 

SubtcrlpUon fUia oj City C&mcr: 

tl3 » 

AJI fubserlptUma p«yaDIt In adfanre Mall lubacrlbera 
ara raquaal«d to maka all ramltunc«a dlract to Tba 
OaUy Colonial 

8ubaertt>m lo ordering cnanga oi addrvaa ehould be 
partleulai to gtaa noth oM aod new addraasea 

Subacnpiiun Katea oy Mall: | 

To Canada BrUiab Cmpua Umiod Siaua aod Mexico: , 

yearly — $«00' 

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To AU Other Countrlaa: 



fliool 

150. 



Friday. April l». 1941 I 

LONDON •‘TAKKS IT’ AGAIN 

London has gone through ILa worst air a^ault 
of the war. There are thousands of raauaUlea; 
many thousands of others who arr homeless. 
Hundreds of buildings lie in ruins- hospitals, 
churches, residences, whole blocks, offices, shops, 
and many other structures. Transportation in 
some quarters of the great city was interrupted 
for a time; some services, essential to the life of 
any community, have been blasted. The devasta- 
tion Ls more widespread than any wreaked before 
In the capital by the enemy In his campaign de- 
signed to break down the nerve of a civilian popu- 
lation. The bombing has been Indiscriminate No 
mlllury obierrive.-* were sought Bombs incen- 
diary and high expiosive. were rained down at 
random. 

The story of llie rum i*. as yet. only partly 
known, but what in certain W that the people of 
London, far from being in any .'ense downcast, 
are exasperated as never before. There is a re- 
sentment in their hearts which no German 
bombs, however thickly they may ram in the days 
to come, can quell. Londoners know, as u 
the people of so many other British cities, the 
savagery they are facing that they must go on 
facing for the duration df the war. They can. in 
their own words, “take it ’ That is the miracle of 
the spirit with which they are imbued. Inspired by 
the righteousness of the cause for which tiiey 
fight. 

The devastating raid un London is a part and 
parcel of the immen.se strength which U\e enemy 
is now bringing to bear on so many fronts in the 
effort lo finish the war. lo gain a decl.slon before 
the effects of the blockade lead to dlsgruntlement 
among the German people. It U complementary 
to the heights which the Battle of the Atlantic 
has now reached and to (hr steam roller tactics 
of the German legions in Yugoslavia and Greece, 
which are coupled with the attempted invasion of 
Egypt in the hope of seizing Alexandria and 
thence thrusting onwards to the Suez Canal The 
war has reached its second great .stage of intensi- 
fication The first was the campaign which sub- 
dued the Low Countries and France There are 
fateful days aliead; there are new and ever more 
Impressive warnings to the Empire of the im- 
mense strength that must be employed before the 
enemy is brought to his knees 

IGNORING HH.IGION 

The British Columbia Parent -Teacher Fedeia- 
lion is In convention here, but so far m Us discus- 
sions no Interest seems to have been expressed in 
the Ltsue of whether Ihr generation.^ about which 
it is runcenied .should be pagan or Christian in 
the days that he ahead. Thai is the Issue affect- 
ing education which, m (he hearU of ail right- 
thinking people, dominates ali others. It is one 
that should stand in the forefront of any and all 
(leltberationa in which either parents or teachers 
are engaged It l.s the Lvue transcending all 
others in education, and one in which all who 
care for the preservation of Chrl.slian civiliza- 
tion siiouid work in full co-operation, turning 
away from pa.st controversies to meet the call of 
the future 

• Educate for the future," says one speaker at 
the Parent-Teacher convention. 'Prepare chil- 
dren for citizenship.'' says another. These are 
pious and platitudinous exclamations, but, along 
I he lines devLsed. the question is Do they mean 
any more Uian what Herr Hiller has decreed for 
the youth of Germany? Brltlsii Columbia bans 
the Bible from its schools, the Nazis do the same. 
British Columbia prides itself on what it is doing 
for the eradication of social disease, but it does no 
more In thu particular than Germany is domg. 
perhap.s less. The Minister of Education of this 
province '•oncentrate.s on the materiatlsUc devel- 
opment I'f the young He says that any attempt 
to {lermit Bible readings In the schools “would be 
largely futile and productive of more harm than 
good " In other words, he does not believe that 
spiritual education is a part of chara''ter develop- 
ment. AO far a.s the state has anything to do with 
the formation of nlizeiuhlp ' Prepare children 
lor ntizen.ship.' .vays the Mmi.ster of Education, 
but nut a word about llir llilng.v that m.Apire the 
inner springs of action: silence about the deep- 
r.st longings that arr resident in every human 
heart 

Becau.se on Its agenda paper there is no men ] 
tiun nf the need for religious education, it must 
be concluded that the Parent-Teacher Federation 
has overlooked the necessity of .so developing the 
young that there will be a.ssurance that Ckirlstian 
civilization, for which the Empire is fighting to- 
day. will be prc.'.erved The ie.sponslblllty for this 
is a J'lint one. one fur b«*th parenu and teachers 
Tltcir task should be oumplemcntar>’. the parents 
backing up the efforts of ttie school to make 
Christian citizens and the tp.ncher^ realizing and 
putting into prariiee Uir ktiowledgr that U is only 
through tlie Divine Economy tiiat character on iU 
Iilghesf plane can be developed For this purpo.se 
the fir.st step Is to bring about the introduction 
of the Bible into the .schools That is for public 
opinion lo decide The hope could well be that 
such public opinion would find expre.Mion | 
through both teachers and parents alike They} 
are the custodians during the formative period of I 
the young I 

Here. In Brltpih Columbia, there is a purely : 
secular education provided in the public school 
Here, what should be the foundational purpose 
of all education Is neglected, that which makes U. 
according to Profeasor M L Jacks. Director. De- 
partment of Education. University of Oxford, 
“education of an InteUlglble and coherent type, 
comprehensive in its alms, and unified in its pro- 
ceaseA" This foundational purpose is the iplrltu- 
alizatlon of the whole educational proreas. that 
which provides a final objecUve and makes sense 
for the learner. Profeasor Jacks sajrs- ' It Is only 
a Christian philosophy of education expressed 
in and through all subjects and activities, that 
ran supply these two needs. This Is the real prob- 
lem of religious education— a much bigger prob- 
1^ than adding religious instruction to the time- 



. table as one subject among others, or finding 
more Ume for {f, or det^rnUnlhi lU cbhfeDl. or 
solving denominational difficulties. All those are 
important, but they fade into Insignificance be- 
side the aU-lmportant matter of making religion 
I the co-ordinating subject of the curriculum iln- 
I deed the only subject to be taught*, the unifying 
element in school experience, the ultimate aanc- ' 
tion for what we leach aod the source of all sense.** 

AT FIRST HAM) 

The Canadian Press, in commenting on (he de- 
sire of the British Government lo consuft at first 
^ hand with Prime MniUters of Uie Dominions. 

' ventures this opinion: “It is not known whether 

.Of , »« I . . . 1 « f U" ' . • • ' . I 1 > 



I deemed urgent because Canadians are not en- 
! gaged in actual battles." This Ls not true After 
all, Canadian destroyers and other vessels are 
engaged in convoy work and face the possibility 
of hosUliUea all the time. Moreover, Canadian | 
airmen, both those who volunteered fur service I 
with the Royal Air Force and others sent overseas I 
by Ottawa, have been engaged with the enemy ' 
for many months, some of the former having been 
fighting almost cuntlnuously since the outbreak 
of war. Tiien, too. the two divisions of the Cana- 
dian Active Service Force, now stationed In Eng- 
land, are in the front line, and, to the extent that 
they arc equipped with anti-aircraft defences, 
nave been in action with German sky forces again 
and again. 

If the British Government considers that con- 
sultations in person with the Overseas Prime 
Ministers would lead to useful results, it is desira- 
ble that Mr. Mackenzie King, as leader of the 
Government m the premier Dominion, should 
be present, Were he to visit England he would 
get a vivid impression of what war mean.'*, of the 
gravity of the 'present crisis, of the experience 
of a nation that is in the front line of battle. It 
is an experience that could well be calculated to 
imbue the Prime Minister of this country wlUi a 
sense of the tremendous efforts that must be or- 
ganized before victory con be aciiieved. This is 
a realization that it i.*i must e.ssential should be 
reached, that grows more important every day. 
and that until it leads to an all-absorbmg purpose 
means that the war will be prolonged. There is 
no leader of a government within the Empire I 
who stands in greater need of a revision of his I 
outlook on what this struggle entails than the 
Prime Minister of Canada. It is possible that a | 
visit lo London might inspire Mr Mackenzie King 
with the faith and the fire of the British people, 
with their determination to throw everything into 
the struggle for freedom. Then, perhaps, he would 
return lo Canada with a knowledge that would 
enable him to give this country political leader- 
ship of a character that it now lacks. 

Mr J O Gardiner says that “Canada needs 
every dollar .she can collect and save for the de- 
fence of democracy in the front line " Then why 
spend millions on the 8t Lawrence Seaway, the { 
Montreal railway depot and the taking of a cen- 
sus'' These outlays have nothing to do with the I 
defence of democracy. I 



The Observation Car 



In Ute long u.su of the years to rull 
Lrf, me not see our counirj's honor fade' 

O le’. me w wir land retMn her soul! 

Her pride, her freedom, and not freedom. • shade 
Prom the bright eyes unutual bnghtnex.A shed, 
Beneath thy pmlons canopy my head. 

I.,et me not see the patriot's high bequest. 

Orett IZberts ! Hon great Ui plain alUre' 

With the base purple of a court oppressed, 

Bowing her head and ready to expire 
Bui let me <ee fh»^ atoop from Iveavon on wings 
That fill the sky with silver glitterings 

—John Keats. 

A man :< character U the reality of him.s«if His repu- 
tation u tile opinion others haye formed of him Ciiar- 
acter U In him. Reputation i.s from other people -that 
Is the substance, this Is the shadow H W Beecher 

What ran be more fcmlLsh than to think tliai all this 
rare fabric nf heaven and earth could come bv chance, 
w all the •.kill of art is not able to make an oyster - 
Jeremy Taylor. 

What a pity (lower* can utter no sound ^ slncmg 
rose, a whispering Vioiec. a murmuring honeysuckle 
oh, what a rare and exqiuslie miracle would these bel- 
H W Beecher, 



ai THt ipnoaiAL or ait | 
Sarvjnt Problem 

According to Aubrey some people 
who keep servants cannot afford 
them, and some who can afford 
them cannot keep them . . 
Another loat an- suffering in 
itlencr ’ Half a loaf i» 

better than no loaf at alt." said 
Bill the Broad Streri barber, as 
he sat down to rest In (he boAs 
time . . • Vou not only expect 



when K happens ' a customer 
told Rtoad Btreei Bertie 
Our tobacconist friend contends 
Uut marriage U the only game of 
chance favored by the clergy . . 
AdverUsenieni in The Herald 
Wabaxl). MUmoaota. For sale, a 
violin by a )oung man m good, 
condition except for a loose peg 
in the head" . . . Prom the 
Keating Squire "Little Chester 
on (he next farm Uioughl he | 
would like to be a journalise. He 
bicycled to the next village arul 
i>ersuaded Die editor of Uie news- ^ 
paper to let him cover an inter- j 
scliool football match Chr.<itd^ 
arrived at the game with a doceu 
pencils stuck m hi* ixickei. sev- 
eral hundred sheets of paper, and 
an apple box to rr.st on. Tlie lad 
speiM in Interesting afternoon j 
ocribbtlng down a play by play j 
dvAcrlption of the gome, but weni | 
home dbgu.'*ted at the finish The, 
next day the newspaper editor 
telephoned Chester'* house and 
asked why he had not brougiit Ui 
the story, “nie game ended m a 
tie I did not think u counted.'" 
Chester replied Some 

persons think .sucre.v* In life de- 
pends on luck and pluck— lurk In I 
finding somebody to pluck — O B 

a a « 

Glancing Over Sport 
It looks os If the Bntpih Co- 
lumbia men': amaieur gnW eham- 
pinnshlp will be nm off on a 
Vancouver courxe after ail ThU 
5 Yar the touniament will be 
t!)lrty-slx holes medal play and 
that 5 ail Colwood Club has first 
choice to hold the event, but it p. 
very doubtful if the local officials 
will aceept It . . . Word was 
received in the city recently from 
Jack McDonald, former member 
of the Revellers football aquad 
and star oarsmen (or the J B A.A . 
who IS now m the Royal Canadian I 
Air Force. Jock wants lo be re- | 
meinbered to all hi* friends, and ' 
states that he expects to be home ' 
on leave " in July. He la now | 
statlojied in Calgary . . Three 

rheeis for Uie local socrerltes. for ' 
they are signing off for the season 
a week next Saturday, which, by I 
the way. Ls nearly two month* | 
ahead of la.*! year I* a a move tn 
the right direction for the Sum- 
mer sport.* should take over the 
playing fields when the time 
come* Lou Oehne former 

hard-hitting first baseman nf the 
Yankees, is aching lo get back 
Into the gome os a manager or 
roach of some big league club 
Wien his health getx better the 
Yanks will probably sec tJiat the 
ex-home-run king will be looked 
after Buddv * Baer hes 

signed to meet Joe txmLs tor the 
heavyweight crow'n In Washing- 
ton on the nlghi of May 33. I pltv 
poor Btiddy for hu 247-pound 
frame will be a beautiful tsu-gel 
for the Bomber to fire at . 

Let s hope the Vk*lona West soc- 
cer reunion l.s a grand Kucceo.* ^ 
for the committee t» working hard , 
on it and their efforts should be : 
rewarded at the banquet a week! 
from today. —JD. 



N« totitr t# lita U4tUit »tU m tawiiM 
I vic»fu aver tb« pioptt aisnatui* 

I MteuM of iti« »m#r TtU( r«l» 
of an CBC«t>iiwa a# loUor Uvo«tls Miood 
ftoe «»rt» la inuta. 

AIR RAID WARDENS 
Sir— I received a printed leaflet 
from London today which might 
cheer up our wardens. a« (oUowx. 
UefmiUon of the perfect warden - 
“He lor ohe, please* must be as brave 
as a lion, atrong aa a bullock. wUe 
as an owl, patient as a donkey, In- 
dusLrious as a bee. A warden must 
be prepared to be blown up thrown 
up. buried alive, siiattered. <t- 



j as wet nurse, doctor, undertaker, 

I Spitfire fund cashier. He must be 
agile, servile, dumb. deaf, and uncon- 
scious if neernsury. Above all. he 
must be able to speak B D.C. English, 
repair a phone, anticipate the siren.*, 
and suffer crUlcLim without thought' 
(tf reiaiiation And there are some 
aour-pus»le* who a.*k "What u*"- are 
wardens anymay?" 

The friend who sent It remarked, 
“They get leased a lot but they don't 
mlr>d' They work aafully hard! " 

M H CRlSroRD 
“Rusecrest.'" Topaz Avenue, Vic- 
toria, B C. 

HAL\ AGt ( AMTAIGS 
Sir,— The salvage turps u to be 
commended for its mumation that 
the present large scale salvage cam- 
paign is not intended to deprUT 
outers of customary benefit from 
salvox- • '^llecMoii including the «*'- 
vallon Army ami a few Chinese U 
U probably true, however, that the 
number of persons Interested ui. or 
taking (he trouble, to co-operate 
wiui peacetinie collectors is not 
large The present appeal .*hould 
reach the people as a whole axxi 
gam their support in a clearing out 
oC basemenu. attics, etc . (o an ex- 
tent far beyond what they would 
do for a poor old Junk man I'hat 
there will always be those who wiU 
support private collection U taken 
for granted. It is also taken for 
grautad that Utcrc u a large ac- 
cumulation of discarded goods and 
matenatv which as yet ha.* not been 
definitely ciassified or thrown out 
aa Junk. 

We do not wish to hurt anyone s 
feelings, but there are probably 
many homn wtiere considerable 
quantities of materials and articles 
have been kept around for twenty- 
I five years or more on the assump- 
tion that “It may be useful some- 
time " Some of It was kept for 
year^ by parents of the preset*' 

I owners on the same a.v*umpUon. 

I Perhaps the pre.sent is a time to 
I take a moiT jxiaitive interest m the 
j usefulness of non-e.wuual articles, 
and It a thing ha.* nm been found 
a use for In the past ten years, 
come to a decisinn now that it can 
benefit someone or the war effort 
Immediately, and let. (he Indefuule 
usefulnes of the future be forgot- 
ten a whUe. How about collecUons 
j of u.veless or half-wom-out tooL. 

I shovels picks. mattuvkA, axes, ..iw!. 
and meui goods of many kinds 
I some of it antiquaied? And Uus 
I campaign is hoi>ed to gam large 
j qunntlUes of material.* not at pr. .- 
ent collected by otlier .ndlviduals 
I or agencies, 

I; L .1 a shame, m pence or war. 

' that -3 muOi material and money 
* are wasted through regulations m 
I effect through vegetable and fruit 
boards prohibiting the retUlmg of 
'.saiks, boxes, rratea. but these are 
. now mclixied in materials asked for 
by the salvage corps. 



The colkction of glossaare by 

to beer and whisky bottlea, for 
which they get ready sale at fair : 
prices. Th« salvage corps wants 
glass of every deacripuon. and if our ' 
boys show as mvKh interest in col- 
iecUng broken glass 'as requested* 
os tivey do in gomg about the 
, neighborhood seeing bow much 
I glass they can break. Including the 
I windows of vacant houses, they will . 
' be making themselves useful. 

J BULLIVANT 

gJ6 Vale Street. Vtctorta. B.C. April i 

I 14, 1941. ' 



.Sir.— Wtihoui waiting for an in- ^ 
fccnpuon on a tombatone. 1 would ’ 
like at this Ume to give a word of 
praise lo Superintendent Warren | 
and the parks committee for im- 
provements made in Beacon Hill : 
Park wiUiin the last few years. 1 , 
refer to such things as the seaside ^ 
promemuie. the brook, and the 
trsnsformaiion of pan of the old 
deer park inU) a pleosaunce of 
ponds and flower beds. Bui mocn | 
yet remaUu In the first place we 
should get rid of Uie lonely cinna- , 
nioii bear <a libel on the woid^ 
“irhlte'‘j. If possible sell the poor I 
prisoner to some other jailer or at i 
least remove It, and stnrk the pla.el 
with brighl-hued blrrfc. I would) 
cut out all idea uf building up m ' 
zoo. as at best It would be a weak 
Imitatlnn of Uie neighborliiR clilrs ' 
of flattie and Vancouver, with 
which we are obviously unable to | 
compete On the otlier hand I ! 
would like lo see an aquarium e.s- 
tabllRhed in the park 'Phoee who i 
have visited Uie S*einarl aquarium j 
tn Golden Gate Park San Francis- 1 
CO. acknowledge it as one nf the , 
leading attractions of the city, and ' 
Victoria la favorably situated tor ' 
such an enterprise, set as we are 
with the sea washing the shorex on 
two sides, fi-jch a builduig slocked 
I with flsli of every imaginable sloe 
color and aliape, would be an aurac- i 
(ion that would fuUy offset Uie loos , 
of our neighboring dues, and Lo (he ; 
tourist It would provide a welcome i 
change. No JoaiLl it : _ JU - ^ 

l.v to get started, but at least it | 
could be borne in mind awtUlng 
a fitter opportunity. 

8UU another need tv that of a 
bathing beach in Uie park. Frigid 
(emperaiure along Uie outer beadies j 
renders any prolonged slay in the 
water more of a pain Uian a pleas- 
ure for all except the most hardy. 
But ^we have at Horseshoe Bay a 
location that might at no great ex- 
pense be transformed Into a first- 
class Summer beacb. Tliere is al- 
ready a sandy bottom that would 
I require luUr rtcaiiing. while the 
narrow entrance to Uie bay should 
I render the construction of a tea- 
I wail and floodgaie fairly easy. If; 
the water, let In at high Ude, were 
retained, our good friend the sun 
would soon make it pleasant to 
I batlie tn. For lanitary reasoru it 
I could occasionaliy at low tide oe 
allowed to escape through the ftood- 
, gate, and be refilled through the 
same source. Of course a bath 
house would be neceaaary, but a 
I lUUe excavation could soon provide 
1 room for one by Uie beach I* seem- 
to me Uiat such an undertaking tv 
worthy of consideration by Uie City 
I Council. It would be much surer of 
; repayment than an elevator or cold 
: siorage wareiiouse. At Kitsllano. 

where the water Lv naturally much 
' warmer Uian here, they have built 
a cement Unk along theoe Unrs. 
land surely wliat Vanco'jver has 
I done could be done equally well in 
j Victoria where Uie need Is greater j 
I have no idea of the cost of such 1 



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The ^ eather 



Mcieorolnglcal Office. Victoria BC ni ? 00 pm, 
AprU 17. 1941 

SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS 
A mcMjrrafe dlsturbancr i. npproQrhiiiK tlir Queen 
Charlntie*. Tiie weather ha.» been fair over British 
Ccriuinbia. except eloudv In fhe Southeni Interior 
The PralrlM have been monlly eloudv with ilU« 
vnow 

PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURES 
tPreclpiUtlon for tweiwr hours to 5 00 pm . tempera- 
ture* for twenty-four hour* ^ 

Preclplta*i<>n Mm M.ix 

Victoria 41 .Sg 

Nanalnm ... 4 • til 

Vanemjver . IS '.g 

Kamloi'pe n tti 

Prince (inrrrr 3*1 fil 

F-tev: . Poll, I . ;i: Wi 

Pnnre Rupert :i*> 

lAiisara 41 ’t| 

Athn 74 41 

Dawson >-3 48 

.SeaMle :iH 00 

Portland =* fil 

San P*ranrir<*) 4i .S8 

Spokane :i7 

Penticton 38 w'* 

Vernon 31 

Kelnwi-.a 12 

Grand Pnrk* . .31 

Nelson 74 'i4 

Kaalo - W 

Croiibrook 3t (• 

Caigar) 34 4i 

Edmonton 2.1 4ti 

Swift Current Trace 

Retina 2.1 Ji .V. 

Prince Albert . . .. 14 .'4 

Winnipeg 3R '.s 

Wednesday— 

Toronin . . 44 '*» 

Ottawa 44 Ml 

Saint John 41 

Halifax . .. 37 57 

THURSDAY 

Minimum 41 

.Maximum - >- 

Average 41 

Minimum on the gras.» , . . 3S 

Weather, clear 

Sunshuie. April 16 9 hours 13 minute^ 

S:MP.M WC9TIIFR RrrORTiv 
Victorta— Barometer 9026 wind S 10 mtle«. r>ar 
Vancouver Barometer. M36. wind. W. 19 mile*, 
clear 

Kamloope Barometer M21. wind, w 6 rnile.^. 
f)'*ar 

Prince Ceorge-Barooieter 90 34. wind. N. 3 mile*, 
fair 

Prince Rupert'-Borometer 90J9. wdnd NW t mile*, 
cloudy 

langara — Barometer. 30 41; wind NW id miles 
clcMidv 

EMevan pom'. Bammeter 90 21. wind. NW 9 miles, 
cloudy 

Tatooah- Barometer. X36, wuid. N S miles, clear 
Portland— Baromeier 90 31. wind. 8W . 9 miles, fait 
8ea((ie-Baromet«r. 90 23: wind, N-NW. is miles, 
clear 

San Franciony— Barometer 9001: wind W-KW ft 
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PREDICTS BREAKDOWN 

HP rrQMAM MArUlfUC search for the nece«ary en- lem He woa bound to lose n club. 

Ur UtnMAni MALnlnlti tries may lead a plaver U> depart a heart and a ixump In order to 

from the normal method* of eMab- avoid the loss of a diamond and a 

NEW YORK. April 17 iCf', — Sir liahing suit* Her* is a ivpical secmid heart trirk. however, be 

fjeralri Campbell Briitoh minister example would hair to lead three times from 



t'> the United State*, last night pre- 
dicted a breakdown of the German 
economic war machine, and said 
that "our wim is to break Uie hold 
of the occupjing pTfwer a.^ quickly 
as possible and at the oame time be 
isady to repair the havoc which 
the Oermalna have created In 
civilian life In Europe 
, He .*poke before Ihe twenty- 
I fourth annual dinner nf the Asmv 
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From The Daily Coloms' of April 16 1691 < 

Another Broken Propeller — Bv a *lninge rninc*denre iite 
Inlander was delajed last night hkr the Kmi«ron. and owing o 
the same cause When Jeaving Vancouver ?hr ve«*e!:: port pro- 
peller came In rontart «-ith a sunken pile riioablini i’ ai«d she 
came over lo Victoria with only one pTdpeller Owing to thix 
delav *he docked at the Ou'er Wharf, instead of entering th" 
Inner Harbor 

Medical Tent* -The .seml-ann«iai examination.- of the BriUxh 
Columbia Medical Couitcli will be held ui the ritv on T'leMiay Ute 
Sth proximo Alrea^:. el* applicant* ha-c annnuncad U'eir inten- 
tion of undergoing examination for the right to practise in the 
province 

An EiiKnable Exc-;:-;-3n -- The Norttiem PanOc. Canadian 
Pacirtc and Spokane A' Nortliem Raiirnadi are iirepartng a round 
excursion trip for PO. to begin ifie Arst of Ma^ ParUes can begin 
at anv pom* on the ro>ite and make the round trip in a week 
Thoa^ TVho .^atflr ?illj vlUt Kpokane The DaHea Arrow 

Lake* Revahtoke Banff Vancouver Victoria and then return bv 
tteamer lo Beattie The (ptp will be by steamer through Arrow 
Lake* and the Columbia River to Revelstoke 



hing suiLv Here ia a tvpical secnml heart trick, however, he 

ample would hair to lead three times from 

North, dealer the dummy. Tiie heart .suit woujd 

Neither Mde tulnerabir l require two leads, since SouUi could 

NOR'IH I reaM>nabl* expect to make the 

K84 mmrari uiv.i' Eivst had the ace of 

w 10 4 3 hearts, and Ea.v*. would not play ihe 

« ]098 i 6 ce Ihe Arst time the suit was led. 

a aJ 4 third entry wa.i needed for the 

WHiT EASr diamond finrve which also wxmid 

4 Q^ 5 , a J 3 ha\c to win lor the contract to ht 

WJ85 WA97 .•urreosful. 

*.174 4KB53 With three rntrie.v needed de- 

aK962 AQ 10 73 clarer at first could ,«ee onlv two In 

SOUTH the dummy, the are of chibs and 

a A 10973 the king of spades After sr>me 

w KQ 6 J thought, howevey, he saw a chance 

* AQ ; for a third entry and proceeded to 

a 69 < play the hand on the axsumptloci 

Tiie bidding ' chance would materiailo* 

North Ea.'t .Si*ulh We«.t He won the opening lead wuh the 

Pass Peas a Pau • oI clubs and. led a low hexrt 

3 a Pass ;i w paw. (com dummy. Bast plaved . and 

3 NT Pass 4 a Pass • South king held the trick Next 

Ps-: Pa.xs he led the ten of .vpariee. We^' 

South's bidding was a tnfle on the dummv ducked, and 

ittmisMc side, but ntit. unduh so ' 

w choice between a final conirari •f'l South 

three no ‘rump and of four tnimped the third round with the 
.ode* wa« based largely on the nine nf .spades The three of .pad. - 
,ct that he was a much better dummy s eight 

aver than hi. pariner hne.sed When this held, the 

West opened the deure of Dubs a*«*ured of the neces 

Id dec;arer considered hi* prob- 

‘ A diamond wa« led from dummy 
for Ihe finesse of the queej, Tii 
^rODA^^ ' «'ieoeeded and Uie -ven of ■■-■-■rr.r 

was leri lo d'lmmy’j kmg Another 
^ heart lead from dummy ga'e South 

» nf April 16 1691' ! his con'rar* 



a scheme and should be glad if 
• someone belter lufornu-d could ghY 
I an Idea of this and Uie general prac- 1 
‘ UcabUity of the suggestion. | 

I am .sure that a wiU be said (hat 
I wltli a war on our hand, we imve 
no Ume for »uch enicrpriees now, 
but al Irti.r the two eugge&tinDs I 
base niatie may bi* borne in mind 
I and provision made for dealing 
with them in Uie afler-war depres- 
sion wiieii employment wUl be a 
crying ne-. esalty. FUid out what Na- 
ture Intended (he place to be and 
' build along those line* 

JAMES MORTON 
710 Rupert P'reet. Victoria, B C, 
April 18. ]941. 

iustrnlians lrf* 
Expofulinfi Effort ^ 

MELBOURNE April 17 — | 

MuniLorvs Minister P M' Bride to- ■ 
day announced a furtne. expansion 
of tiie LountiV w effort inriudtng 
building nt .<«evpral 9 000-ton standard 
/■hip* Tlie keel of the first will be 
' laid shortly 



CtMmct PfUoeuU 
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The minister also announred on 
ac.-eleration of the prtdlurllon of 
anti-lank guns and Brrn guns. 

I TO ORGANIFK ARMY 

I LONDON. AprU 7 'C6- - A Crecho- 

, .:Knak committee u en 

route to Canada U. organue a Ciech 
army. It wu ^ learned today It lx 
exiiected that a large number of 
Caechs in Uie United Stales also wlU 
Join. 



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:• 3* spodes wa« based largely on the 
II Uj fact that he was a much better 



West opened the deuce of clubs 
and declarer considered hts prob- 




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First Salvos of 
Salvage Campaign 

Large depot now ready to receive waste materials at 
B.C.E R. car barn, Cloverdale Avenue, near Douglas 
Street terminal. 

EVERY MAN HIS OWN 
SALVAGE CAMPAIGN 

When you go for an evening or holiday drive in your car, pay us 
a call and bring something. 

START WITH ALUMINUM 'worth over $250 a ton). 

Soon the scouts will have pick up depots — we only have one 
truck-^Mcanwhilc. please deliver. 

DON'T FORGET we are amateur and unpaid junk collectors for 
bombed victims. 

DON'T FORGET to also deal as usual with the Salvation Army 
and those making a living in the business. 

AT PRESENT DO NOT KEEP Bones, tin cans, razor blades, 
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y\ ada in financing war purchase* in the Unit^ States will 
' be the subject of intense study by Treasury officials of 

the two countries in the next few weeks. 

Exploratory negouations airrady i I 



hav« started and the whole broad 
' question la expected to be dL<cuved 
I at length by Prime Mmlxier Mac- 
kenzie King and Prealdent Roo^e- 



(Phiittary 



ATKINSON -There paased away, 



I veil when they meet either here or in Victoria yesterday. 'Thoma* John 
at Warm Spring*. Oa , next week. Alklrwon. aged jke\’enly-*ix years 
■ Canada, It ha.s been estimated The late Mr Atkinson aas bom in 
here, fares s dKtclt m American England and had been a resident 
dolUrs for purchaies made in the of Ihu city for the pa.st levemeen 
United Staie.s. running perhaps >ears. hU late residence being 152 
S300.000.000 or 1400,000,000 m the L»<ly8mHh Street He leaves one 
current fwcal year. It might beidsughier, Mrs Duncan Ba)nton 
higher »% a result of any big ln-| 10« Inverness Street: three sisters. 




TREVOR ARKEl.L 
MTH the passing of the late Mr 
I Joy, the a|!^immeni Is an- 



TAl.Kfl WITH OFFK IAf.K 



RED CROSS 



t OU MBA IMT 
The Easter tea •ja'n.«»ted bv 'ne 
Cciumba Unit of the Red Cross on 
Wedneulay and held in the Straw- 
berry Vale Hall, netierl K2 Tf* 
hall presented a gay appearance 




LDIER’S 

NECK 

CHAINS 






50LD IT 

YOUR LOCAL JEWILIIR 



I decorated with a profaMon of Spring 
] flower* from local garden*. Tli* 
^ stall* were attractively arranged in 
I a color Klieme of mauve and yellow 
I with candle* to match Mevlames 
C A M(inro and R Wilkinson had 
charge of the tea room. vrhlLst Mias 
Milne pre*ided over a prettily ap- 
I pointed ten table a.ssi*ted by Mes- 
' dame* T. Wheilden. J. A Partridge 
»nd J C Cuumore The fancy »ta.l 
was in charge of Mr* J MrN Pat- 
I ervm. whilst Mevlames w H Haley 
and C A. Berry aupervised ihe 
home-C4K>k!ng Rtall .Mrs Berry was 
in charge of the comest. Mi-vses K 
Brown and J laihmer at’ended !<■ 
the gramoplmiie, which was loaned 
for the afteniooii. Mrs Brslde 
representing the Victoria Red Cnia- 
Society, announced Ihe winning tea 
nrkirt. held by .Mrs Maxflrid. and 
the contest ticket, held bv Mn. T 
W Hall The gue-t* were received 
bv Mrs E Cl Alcnrk convener, and 
Mrs T. W Hall secretars 

“OKOLKH I.S ORDERS” 

A newl\ appointed colonel gave a 
dinner to hLs regiment. Addre.ssinit 
the men he said jovlalh Sow fa . 
upon tl>e food without merrv. Treat 
It a* If it were tlje enemy” 

A' the end of the dinner he noticed 
a wrecant sneaking away «ith tw ■ 
bottles of wine 

What are yovi doing’" l»e a.sked 
Obevlng order*, sir ' wa» th' 
reply ' When vnu don't kill the 
enemv' you take them prUunier* ’ 



'crease In British orders placed inlMf*- Annie Brothy and Mr* May \\ afdwimmeni la an- 

i Canada and involving financial Hanson, .Monrovia, Cal, and Mrs nounced of Trevor ArkcU as man- 

transactions in the United States Lilly Whiitairock, Panama, Nee , department of Kelly, 

for which Canada would be re- xod one son. John R Atkinson. ' rvnnti«i» co Ltd Associated 

sponsible. Nellburg, Sa.*k.; also fourteen grand- , department since 1933, 

TAIKR WITH OFFICIAIH * ""^1“ ««■* resting In ^rkell has studied under the 

TAl.KR WITH OFFItlALS ^ Mortuary, Joy 1,, 

Tlie prune Minister had a con- Lid. and funeral arrangemenu will ,^3^ ^ ^ considerable time 

fereuce today with Secretary of be announced later. London offices of Harrison* 

the Treasury Henry .Morgenthau, & Crosfield. Ltd . and Brooke Bond, 

but It could not be learned what HANSEN -At the R<»ysl Jubilee companies From there 

subjecU were under review. Clifford Hovpiul. i^re pawed away on ^ j 

Clark. Canada's depviiy minuter of I Monday. Charles Han^n. of company* Calcut.. manager I 

finance, abo U in Washington for Street. Mr. Hansen who was sixty- siudMng ' 

, coruuUation* on Treasury matins nine years age. was bom in Den- manufac 1 

In addition to seeing .Morgen- mark, and had resided m thu cUi proceMe* not only in Cal- 

,thau. Ihe prime Minuter spent for the past twenty-eight years. He 

seventy minutes with Secretan* ofji* turvlvod by one suter. Funeral Darjelllng. Dooar and 

I Slate Cordell Hull and had luncii services will be held this afiernoun districts of India. While in , 

wUh Viscount Halifax. British Am-J*t 2 o'clock from the S J- ^ CalcutU, he made a close »tudy of ! 

ba-vsador to the United SUiea. He, Son Funeral Home R* v. J R Fife ' auction*, and general ad- I 

. -alt later to speod a fer days _i*lU of?k laie and Int-rmen^ will lake eom.ened -with the tea ! 

Virginia Beach. Va. but on Monday Place in Ross Bay Cemetery. ’ j^duairv. and at the same time ' 

.wUl see Mr Hoteevelt again, either! studied the intriracie. of tea tasung. ‘ 

I m Washington or W'ar fcvrlng*. Ga m. , • .««« Before returning to London to round 

' rhe two leaders had an houra ; ^*'^^**'^*0 jvnil >1 mV • conipleir and comprehensive 

at the While Home yeMerdiy. ^g Mr*. rlniSJ J^e biwlneo. he had a , 

Canadian purchases in ihe United. a. u ^ m * prolonged slay on the famous Dim- . 

fo, .U nurpa,». .v.™,. S';" - 

*50.000 000 a month m American ■ 

dollar*, and Canadian export* ‘‘"ty-one yeara of age. had I ^ 

*«s fumnnn cm th* k>vi* -rw. 1** province for over forty-three ' Capiial.CilN Lodge No. 303. Loyal 
*35.000,000. on the same basts The ^ > (True Blue* Tlie remains are rest 

difference la made up by gold and and had moved to this city McCall Bra« Funeral Chaoel 

TniBuirv tnrm^v from ihi> ^ lurvUfd bv her wldower. funeral arrangement* are 

Treasury, mones coll ced from the na.virf Scott Camhndci. wtri-et ' awalUng the arrival of her son from 1 
’ tourist traffic, dividends and othe? t-ambrusge street, 

invuible balances ^ 

'dencf, one daughter, Mr.s. W P . , 

, IMPORT AND EXPORT I Havwsrd. Vancouver, also two su- BAn.E\^EMneral services were 
, It has been esumated. however ! lerr. Mr,. P M Douglas Nova Ve.sterd.y afternoon In McCi^ 

that Canadian purchase* m the I Scotia, at present In this city, and 

United Stales may run as high Mrs Laura Ootild Melrose. Sask Bnilev. Rev. Canon N E 

*•0 000 000 a month later in the yeari Funeral service, will be held this conducted the services dur- 

a, the Industrial side of the wir afternoon at 3 30 ©clock from the *»'* 

effort approaches maximum produr- S J Currv A Son Funeral Home. R** • * a ^ 

ijon. With Canadian exporu to ibe I Rfv J R Fife will offK-iaie and tn- ^,*^*^* 

United SiAie* remaining fsiriy ferment wUl be made In the family 

steady at *3.5000.000 or *40.000 000 P*of H«v») Oak Burial Park Jf’R ** i' ^ 

a month, the tourt«t trade fwlling UNDERWOOD There passed p W. Mason and S P. Tucker 
I off and Americanrxpori* to Canada] je.s;e,day afternoon 

Alfred underwrod agedl HURVED- Funeral service* for. 



IS CRITICAL 
OF CANADA’S 
HAR EFFORT 

Captain Elmore Philpott 
Speaks Before Parent* 



T r.u, , I'l Lfj' . (T iM.-n 



"There are mlilloni of sleep- 
walkers In Canada who haven l the 
famteM Idea what is at stake in 
this war. especially for Canada.' 
Captain Kniore PhilpoU remarked 
during an addrea, to a luncheon 
meeting of delegate* to the Nlne- 
leenth Annual British Columbia 
Parent-Teacher Pedeiaikm conven- 
tion in the fSmpre** Hotel, yesterday 
. Tlve speaker expressed deep dis- 
satisfacUrm with the speed of Can- 
ada's war effort snd pointed out 
that It wa, worfully behind what 
had been aclileved in llie former 
war at a comparative time. 

"We will be lorred by stern real- 
ity. In the immediate future, to make 
up U> the necessity of puttmg evet.v 
man and woman In Canada to the 
Job of winning the war '' Capt Phil- 
poll declared. 

•'The old pre-war sel-iip is a, 
dead a* the dodo and the world 
must fmd the beginning of what 
will become world Rovernmenl Thl* 
can only be achieved In one of three 
wav* The Slalln. CommunUI way; 
the Hitler Nazi wav. or the Orltisii- 
American Democratic way ” 

The speaker .,ald that the plan 
d’ -ribed by Clarence Strell. for 
for BrltPh-AmerJcan union, was 



, probably the most hopeful thing on 
thf W|K boriaon. 

THREE ELEME.VTS 
There had to be three elenien'- 
In tlw coming peifce aet-up. he said 
Democratic machlner)- to make the 
law. rourta to uphold the law ai.o 
an overt helmuig amount of inter- 
national police force to see that l' 
was upheld. 

He pictured the war as a titanl’ 
struggle betwt;^n land and sea-powrr 
and expressed (he view tliat the 
reasons Britain decided to aid 
Qreere were probably more political 
than mllllar) The next lOO dwv* 



in all the huiory of mevdern tune* 

"We have at all ensts to do two 
thing.,. We mu*l keep open the 
North Atlantic sea lane and hoi., 
(he Buez Canal regardless of the 
coat, and that cost will probably br 
very heavy,” he continued. 

"It is a rare agalavt time, no: 
only for Hitler but for us, too, and 
we will win the war only if we use 
that time that I* given " 

MI ST TF.AC II ( IIII.DRLN 
Tlve most important ihiug in the 
world today regarding the educa- 
tion of children was to teach them 
to face the fart, what to do about 
war not only thl* war — but tjw 
whole question of war In general. 

Captain PhJlpotl referred to re- 
cent statement* made by Senav- 
Arhur Meighen on the one hand 
and Mrs Doru Nellsen. M P . on 
the other *j example, of lunda- 
mental folly In current thinking 
.Mr Meighen becau<# hr wa* airaUl 
that the rapitalb>tic system would 
not survive the war and. therefoie 
the war might not be worth fight- 
ing and Mr* Neilsen becau.*e stir 
said she would not fight if Ir.e 
capitall.,tlc system did survive 
"1 submit we’ are all m the sam« 
boat together and we have to fight 
j If we are to survive Rjghtisu.. Lef 
1st*. Pinks or Reds, or anv othei 



• I'l V u t • 

I I 

I «lcie 

|Uf *r;* 'U • • a 
tt -t f * 



NEW 

METHOD 



RIAL 

CMOICl fLUMP 

Turkeys 

Per Lb 

38' 40' 

Stuart's Meat 
Market 

tiet *1 rbfl«» r. Tiss 



Frigidaire 

Agents 

Standard Furniture Co. 

737 YATES STREET 



, llieal fa<-iini-- It did jiot mailer, 
the *p«-aker addeu ‘our r-irvlval u 
at stakr 

Mr.' T A Baiimid 1.4'fd a» chair- 
man at the meeui'.ff.t 



»»U u..Ri«vx^ »uu U4V lUHTu » m • nijntstTatton eonnened -with the t«v . 
pl»c in Rom Bay Crmrl.r)-. j „„„ ^ 

SCOTT- A!l.r a alalrl aliniirt >h' mlnrar,™ oM.. t..un,. 

U..r. pa...vnl ..ay jaap-rday mom- relurmn, w LoMon to round 

m, Mr., HuU. HanniU, Bco.l, at in. <-'>"'P"h'"*'ve 

l.mllv r...d.nr., 32 C.mbrul,. "'“‘"T’' ' 

Str-l. Born at strllarton. ^ov. : 

Srotla. .Mra. Scott, .ho ... ac-, ' bull, and Uv. tea cla.o. In Ceylon, i 



r '.'uot.oal,- BAH.EY f'lncral Mrucca .ctr 
Douglas Nova ye-’'tcrday afternoon In McCall 
n this city.’ and 

Q^-w Percival Bnilev. Rev. Canon N E 



ln^reiJL“.x,'!rhV Hurvrd weie held yesterday 

American account rurnima ' J Of Victoria for three >fsrt. afternoon in Sands Mortuary, Ltd 

I hiah a* 1300 000 000 or even 1400 - residence being 314« Somer- r^v. O. L. JuU conducted the tc;. 

t 000 000 the end of the currert AVenue He wa* bom tn Devon- ices, during which Mr>. tS M ,Mor- 
I riaral rear j shire, England He is survived bv ton rendered Ihe «Ho. "Croivslni Ule 

T. I. Mat. *'**^°*' *hd two zotv*. Thoms* Bar,' and the longregational hymn 

t ^ OAnOl^ tilUl deficit tnAt I — — ^ a aa .J aa e i a . 

I . . . a 'I DonftJd. A ind onf ^uii£ *Sif^ in Ihf Ann§ of 

I **Tllho*iili* The Canad^n I P*»f‘ Jesus ’ The remauui were laid at 

, Ihn rrntama .111 br laid at rrrt m 33ir lullo.ing arlrd aa pallbrarrra 

Vhm- Tr : ir..,, lour ddlrtrtn ^ J " 

.at. that l.nannal ..MPianrr ruuld MrKEI VB3- FUnrml „rvlrr, In, *■ 

be extended to Canada Lilliam McKelvrv will be held Uitv STUTTAPORD— Tlie remains of 



clear the Canadian! 



HURVED-Funeral services for 
Lewt* Hurvrd weir held yesterday 



Oovemment L* having no flUficultles 
j at the moment. 

There are at le*.,t fovir different 
wavs that financial a.Mizunre could 
be extended to Car;ada 

I.F.ASF l.f.ND AID 



McKEI VE>' Funeral service* for 
Lilliam MrKelvrv will be he^d khts 



1 I.F.ASF-l.f.N’D AID | morning a> 10 30 oelork In McCall |„nry Dving Biutuiord were fo.- , 

j 1 Canada could come, under pro- ■ Pimeral Chapel, and inter- **rded yesterday afternnon to | 

.i.,iona of the I-end-l>ea» Act, mill- ' ^ Montreal, for services and inter-. 

' ury supplies being procevaed in j CartwTlghl. Man ^ 

I American faetorte., and loaned or SO.NOHURBT- Tlvere na..aert B««r 
I leased to Canada m the same *.v I 

that Oreai Bntain operates Tht, ! songhurM. aged seventy-lwa years, ^‘*ner*l service.' for 

plan probablv will be adopted onlv | wulow of OWeon Jame, Songhurst JJ*'- 

_ 2 A"' had been a resident of thwcitv . , 

amended bv Cong:, svlogne Canada for the past twelve year. She U ^ was sung Folio 

the light to fl^.at loan* In the united ; mourned bv one son. Robert of EH- ,[ ' 

Slate.' a privilege denied ail bel.i,; montofl Alla. She was a member Rojal Okk 

ereni nation* of Purple star Lodge No .-04 nnAHAM-A i.r<3<a ,nn.n-o,.:.on ! 



•T seSOtatMIHT T9 




M« iiaa uoaei n 



VATJ 

69/1 



Slate.' a privilege denied ail bel.i,; montofl Alla. She was a member 
ereni nation* of Purple star Lodge No J04 

3 Some arrangemen' might be L O B A , and a pa.vi worthv mialrev^. 
made between Ottawa and London 
which Canada would obtain gold 

ne Amerlran dollar* from the BrUUh M?Mi£jnTrTiy7rit^7iT*rTirM 
I rkivernmerit which could be passed 
I on to Washington 

I In the current fiscal year. Canada . * I 

I is fared with the pinapeci of flnaiu- HOW CoP GO I 

ing m one uaj or another, moatly by I 

Ooveromeni credil* *1.150,000,000 In j LA "U' JJI I 

British order* placed m Canada and ihfOUgn UUf PfUOQlC I 
for which Qie Brlii«h Gorernment ’ I 

cannot pay. Many of these orders | Y0fir<*' full rtf PfiO I 

Involve trannaciioo., m (he United | swUlJ I Wli VI f | 

.sute* for which Canada will not ' . - I I *w I 

only be forced to And the Canadian OflO SOOtklC ? I 

dollars but American dollar* as well . ^ I 

Biilaln. in addition to lend-lea'e , £ 

operations, ha* manv order' in live 

Untied States, placed *1^ the out- Jk Y *» a 

break of war, which Dmkcm la fl- ^ wMioiHOvasMnioAA. 

nanclng independently. *'•} •• letMi, 

TlIRFE M'LV PAYMENT ■«! m isi«4 

It has been suggested that when "r” Th'^y nnVo 

Uve«e ofdei> ha'e been completed r* - \ •uddeniy m 

here that Britain Canada and the MP "eld ” The 

Untied States might develop some l ” .) reMOBi#u«»allylH*t I 

; form of triangular flnancial policy ' ^ you h»rm ./hmed | 

Rmaln might u*e gold purchased tn ^ rJe'wV.rilJ'Ini , 

.South Africa, which i* Inside the [ •_ k-*. real 



place at Royal Okk 



I’’'* "T 

Ip': 

ftp « 



aitcoersT »i a 

»«*t0 IROVa SMtHOSa. 
•t IMMl. 

■IVd TM( Ul«l4 

When people pat* 
y fort f they ntten 
\ b'fftn tuddenly le 
» feel **old.” The 
I rroaoB I* uMally that 
f you h»rm a/fiMretf 
y*Htr •<>•! anerg*** 
to ho »a«ret/ and 
tn order So have real 



SCOTCH WHISKY 



BOTTUD IN SCOTLAND 

Wm. SofK^tfTon A Son Ifd. tosFk 



Tilts arlverltscii'cni i* not pnMitherl ..r displaved hv the l.iqiiof 

CfooUoI Board or by the Governmem of Briti*b Columbia 



I tterhng area, to pay Canada and atamma. youthful gnod •pint* and \ 
I Canada might turn It over to the aeU 'onfidetire for "rnKMIe afr” — I 
' United RU»e* In that wav. It wotild ! F*** *''**"" roUiM >ta 

•cancel two debi.v whereas if BrtUln ' many 

. adrw lahc PMVLLoaAM taMeta. 

> continued to ship it direct to tlve . 

. united Stale*, only one debt would FwriioaAi, «• a ihimum eitaimng 
Im arata jt ' diarcwrr^ by Df. R Soerfi. i 

_ ^ . I PtoSeaMie t4 Medicine at tba Umverwey | 

I 4 Canadian factorlea might be ’ ef Heme. !bnt>etUnd Pumpman ia I 

used to procea* armamenls for the helpful to people of mil agee. Boy «t 
I Untied States Ooeemment and F'wr .injgr*«'* . . • •'* 

I thereby accumulate American dol (»« SOM double quantity). 

rcanadua, f.r,<.w at. prod»-,n. ST»*T TAKING 
I many defence articles which. U PHYLLOSAN TAILETS \ 7^\ 

! might be ewy to demonstrate, could TODAY *n help enririvyoM ^ 

; be with equal eaae by the Cana- | bi^od. etrentthen year \Kf/ 

dlan. BritUlh and Amerlran force*. I •ervas and rebuild yutw 

I It might be pOMible to ahow that < ghywcal and wtai fwaa. 

, I hear factorle, could increase their a A ASA 

produrtkin. in order to handle Amer- I 

•ran order*. fa*>r than new factor- j p | 

■ te, could be built in the United; 

I States and therefwe shwild he used I "’* • if 

m the raptdiv expanding American aw»ww«. AOse>.*x ar«. ue.TMO* 
defaoes programme. 



ORAHAM - A large i ongtrgaiion 1 1 
a'lendeU the funeral of Mi^s Vera ' 
Uraiiam. held yesterday afternoon ' ' 
from Hayward's BC. Funeral 
Chapel PSi»e*t Nelson, Vancouver, 
oflli uung Tlve hymns ‘Trll Me j 
the Story of Je.Mi' ' and ' How Sweet ' 
Beloved Will.' were ,'ung A pro 
fusion of beautiful floral offerings ' 
surrounded the ra*ke’ The follow- ‘ 
Ing were the pallbeareri. R E. Gra- ’ 
hatn. J B Graham David Graham. ' 
Chester Wilson. Earl Lundy and N ' 
Graham. Ttie remains were laid at ' 
rest in Colwood Burial Pam 

I 

. GALLEY- Many sympaUiuing 
. friend, attended Uve funeral of 
Frederick OaI>> held yesterday 
afternoon from Haymard'a BC. Fu- ' 
neral Chape:. Re\ George Biddle ! 
conducted Uve ■eHire and the hymn ' 
Abide With Me, w as aung An | 
abundance of beautiful floral Dtb- ' 
ute, wa* received Tve following' 
were the pallbearer' B S H T>e 
I W E Adam* Aiex .Maclean. E 
E*t ridge. O S Eetrlrtge and Charlea : 
Lockwood The remain* were laid j 
at rest in the family piot in-Roaai 
Bay Cemet.erv 

IRVING- Re' Canon E V. Bird , 
conrturied t:»a funeral aervir# for 
John Bell Irving In Havwirda BC 
F;ineral Chapel ye»*erday afternoon 
in live presence of many fnenda 
Tlve hymn*. ' Peace, Perfect Pea"- 
and “The Bands of Time Are Dink- 
mg were sung An abundancs of 
beautiful floral ofTeringx waa re- 
ceived The foUowing were the pall- 
bearers O H Blater F O. Eater, 
r EUton. 8ft W McKay. RCOC; 

J. M Olbson and Thoma* Brigderr 
The remalrv* were laid at rent In 
the fasniJy plot in Roaa Bay Cem- 
etery. 

I ANIMAL AMBl I.ANC EK 

! CAPrrOWN KP< -Hotw* are sUU ' 
one feature of the BrttUh Boir 
African armv and ihree-anima, 
ambuJarKM. each to carry three, 

( or*e» have been provided for the 
I ytiariaarjr corpa. ^ 




“Our Family Budget 
Is Healthy, Too” 

“That’s Because We 
Always Shop at 
Cunninghams” 

VANASPRA ^ 

TABLETS L.oDHfi 



"iiui/ H 

\ f \ 

\ 20i»5lLJ 






fat auick fwiMl lr«m 

krsdecar— 100 



SPRING TONICS 



FEET HURT? 



Jim >ua.T«»iK 
iMHMnbS V?^ 

Zy 501 



GLYCdO UOTHIN 
with Vit«m<* II 

RfID'S ILOOD 
EURIFKR 

ICID-S lUKDKK a,d 
SAkSAgAilLU 

RfiO'S TllgL! 
TONIC 

lURDOCK ILOOO 
iimis 



*1 <><* SUIPHUR AND 4 AC 

I MOLA5SIS I D 

7Q»* SULPHUI AND CItAM OF ^4e 
f D TAgTAR TAILETS C I 

•mrkA VITOGEN FOOD TONIC 

*9 SS'' *1'*’ *2’'' 

83** PAIgISH'S CHEMICAL CQ* 

FOOD. 16 »i 09 

QQ<* SYRUP OF 004* 

HYFOFHOSFMITES 05$ 



SYRUF OF 
HYFOFHOSFMITES 




TOILETRY VALUES 



NERVE TONIC 
ENERGIZER AND 
A PPETIZER 



16 <flg® 

* V II * I t' * » m f I C/ */ 
«ONi)M«* vsvnem UL .• * u 




**All9nburyt** 

BYNOL 

rntnbtnlaa ”P«rfM-i*«t” Tn* 
Uvwr Oil wad epwnally yrr» 
r» M id Malt Eiir,c4-^n«S 
ia Viuata eeWMt. 



CUTEX NAIL 
FOLISH 

HIND'S HONEY AND O 
ALMOND cream C 

CHIRAMY TALCUM, 
Flartl Oder, 

AFRIl SHOWERS OC<* 
TALCUM CO , 

COTY FACE FOWOER 

49' 89' 



20 ' 

46' 

25' 

39' 



COTY FERFUME, 

Jr«rft 

MAX factor 
ROUGE 
MAX FACTOR C|r»* 
LIPSTICK DD 

NOXZEMA 

27c «S>M Ipr 

ARRIO 

DEODORANT 0% 

MILK FOAM lUIILC 
•ATH 



39', 



59' 

65' 

K J Ift 

15' 

59' 

15' 



SHAVING NEEDS 



7Sc and $1.2S 



J. & J. 
Baby 
Powder 

Ptwtect, 
driKit* ik-a 
ffo« ckat'^g 




WILLIAMS' SHAVING 
CREAM • 

WILLIAMS' AQUA 
VILVA 

NVAL'S SHAVING 
cream 

QUICSHAVE hushless 
cream 

QUICTONE SHAVING 
LOTION 

WILLIAMS' 9jle 

GLIDER CREAM C*f i 



29' 

45' 

35' 

39' 

35' 

45' 



PINAUOS LILAC LOTION 
With Tsievm SI SO ttlac l»r 
INGRAM S SHAVING 
CREAM 

GIUETTE A 

•LADES D la, 

GILLETTE 4 ^ 

•LADES I C I t 

EVER READY f- 

HADES 0 la, 

WILLIAMS after shaving 

TALCUM 



a ^ oo 

33' 

25' 

50' 

38' 

19' 



2Sc and For a Beautiful Garden 



Soft as a fleecy clotrf! 



VANIX PLANT SPRAT. 

I St 

SOLUTION VITAMIN II 
tat gIsRi cwhvrf 

SHAMROCK NICOTINE 
SULPHATE. I SI 

HACK LEAF "40” 

I SI 



25' 

25' 

30' 

35' 



whale oil soap, 

1 1* 

LIMF SULPHUR, 

I I* 

lOROEAUX mixture, 
Dr,. I h 

SODIUM FLUORIDE 
I lb 

GRAFTING WAX 

lb 



23' 

35' 

35' 

39' 

25' 



25c 



J PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately Filled 
at Moderate Prices 

I , If'i All m M Good Crum — luy Your Tkktfs Hfr# for fh* 

I SCOTTISH GIFT H0USE-50< E*eh or 3 foe IH.Of) 

r 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y I ( If t ei m 



CuMs*i*««MAM OismO frnrvau LTB. 







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CUTS. BURNS. 
STIFF, ACHING MUSCLES 
SORE. TIRED FEET 



thiAmtisirticLimihimt 



Industrial Disputes 
In Eastern Canada 
Involve 1 1,000 Men 



LEAMAN’S 



t« 



iklliCHAMl 



Ci»ort(e's Day 



(Mntbined Servin' 
At ('.hri»t Church 



BoaI Molrn ^ A. J. C&oipbell. 
Cr&ignomvr Auto Court, iniormed 
potsce >t«t«r<U)r that a ten-foot, 
grren-painud, flat- bottomed ro*- 
boat had been atolen. 



\ SPBCIAL combined wmee 
will be held In Christ 
Church Cathedral on 8C. 
Oeorces Day. Wedfiesday. 
April 23. at S pm The aen- 
tee wiU be conducted by the 
buhop. and the address will 
be iftven by Rev. Dr. A t. 
Whjtehouse. All citizens are 
rmdially invited to attend. A 
collection will be taken up on 



MiCfS GOOD fllDAY AND SATUIOAT 



apples cheap as 
POTATOES 



Lock Mnvsahed — In makm| hu 
rounds early yesterday mormnf, 
Conatablr Douglas Bone found that 
a padlock had been torn otf a gas- 
oline pump in the Port service 
Oarage at 1000 F>sn Street. 



rr**a NallVal auafei. l» 
r(«*h Rallkul M lb 

B*S Haiwaa. lb. 
i b 4 rulaia. lb 
t a« ai«ab«. |b 
Tana* l.««al Ra«t tb • 
T*aa« La*al r««l. calaraS. lb 
CriSa **4" Tarbayi, lb. 



(,oal .Mine«, Shi|i|>in^ ( oiiipanieh ami Variety of 
I'luiits Idle lie’<'ati»>e of \^ alkoutA — Railway 
I iiioii.s Se#*k lioanls of (ioiiciiialion 



Senicea' Dance— Alderman W H 
Danes, chairman, civic enienam- 



TTAWA. April 17 (CP).— Induiirial disputes involving 



night that the complimentary weekly 
dance «ill be held at the Chamber 
of Commerae this evening for mem- 
bers of the aei vices and their lady 
friends. 



e*i*ur« 

I.MSI 4>b«raf«», lb. 

fitaMfrMll— 
lariF ■i(« 

M«lb«B»f TaaialBBt lb 



aall*4 hb*Bl4«ri >«al. lb. 

ar*a»(i I BMb lb. 
nr*a«u Vaal lb 
a»JlFb 0 ?*B Baatl* lb 
Ballab Pal aaau*. lb. 
Haltinc Baal lb 1 

aaa*t« Baal, lb 2 
aaiall Paib baiMata lb 

l«an baiiabiirr Maab. lb. 
WInat# S(aab« 10<* 



by Louts Pine, chief conclliatlotr of- 
ficer of Onuno. Hotel directors 
will meet Monday to eon.sider the 
proposal. 

A .small strike involving 100 of 
, the ISO workers employed by Eer- 
^ troUier Manufacturing Co , Ltd . 
, Montreal, has been In progress for 
some time. No recent developments 
have been reported. 

The application of railway em- 
ployees' unions to the Pederal De- 
partment of Labor for boards of 
j conciliation to deal with their re- 
queat« for a cost-of-Uvlng bonus has 
been agreed to and steps are under 
way to set up the conciliation mach- 
inery 

DIFPERLST GROrPS INVOLVED 

00 far neither the railways nor 
the unions involved ha\-e nominated 
reprei,eniaUves. It la expected two 
boards will be necessary because two 
different groups of unions arc ui- 
vohvd. one Uie iniernaiional union*, 
affiliated with ilie Trades and 
Labor Congress of Canada, and Uie 
oilier the Canadian BroUierhood of 
Railway ^iployees. affiliated wiUi, 
the Canadian Congress of Labor 

The employees of Peck Rolling 
Miils, Limited. 



Disputes winch had reached Die jkhuktlon which would lead to sei- 
work-Blopiaige stage stUl were af- I 

LAKER SHIPPING STRIKE 

fecting Cape Breton coal mines, a _ 

u „ Department official* said they be- 

Hahfax shipyard, a manufaeiurmg Improve- 

plant at Montreal and five «hlpping menf in the Great Lakes shipping 
companies on the Great Lakes ‘ strike. Official* of the Canadian 

' Strikes m two St. John's. Que *‘x>ut 700 men 

I , . . . ^ ' *'*re Involved. The dispute hinges 

.plants were reported ended, and on the fact that companle. have no 
there were indications a hotel strike agreement* with the CA U. 

' at London, Ont might soon be T^o companies originally involved 
over. In the duipute have reached agree- 

In ailditlon. railway cmplo>TeV with the union, which U 

unions with an PAiiniated member- nialnlalning Its strike agalnat five 
ship of IW 000 men have applied for flrma—Valley Field Coal 

boards of concillallon to consider Company, St. Lawrence Steamships 
requests for a coat-of -living bonus, 
and employers of a Iskehead ship- 
building plant have asked a board to 
deal with a dispute over wagps and 
wofking condition.’!. .N^otlations 
SIP to be reaumpd between union 
official* and a Montreal firm over 
a requested wage Inoreasp 

I'EW .MINES OPERATING 
The Cape Breton coal siriKe af- 
fected twehe coUerie.'^ operated o\ 

Dommibii' Coal Company and Nova 
Svori* Steel 4: Coal Company. Only 
a lew wmal!, Uvdepemiently-owned 
mmea in Uiat Nova Scotia region, 
w-ere opera ting. 

The 10 000 miners involved quit i 
W4.rk in an effort to force the dls- 
ir,. - executive of tlicir imion. the 



taal«*ll«b rt««Wai. tSt 
bMtUslUn eairba* !%••« 
Aailialitn barirala. IV-vt 
4«*la*ll*B A»ri««u, Wt • 
WtlBhal (bllaa. lb. 
aaaapllan Tm, lb 
N*ll««ir$ ( BCM. I -lb IlM . 

l•l•nS IS • 

annSrrsft «»••■)# 

70o ssS 

•UeSarali M«»*. Isrta .. . . 
"It" Hb»i fslUb. tiB 

IISsIS 

.VflnraiaSBl. aar bbb 
• aba 2 ■■ 

a-b na< >MMi 3 II 

OfllrfB'i Qwlrh tisia Ursa pbi 



Staled Case— ‘In Supicme Court 
Cliambcrs yesterday morning, Mr 
Justice H. B. Robertson dismissed 
an application of the Ciown for an 
appeal by way of a staled rase 
againat the acgulUa] of W. O. 
Moore. Nanaimo, by Magistrate C. 
H. Beevor-Pott* on a charge of il- 
legal possesMon of morphine 

flly Temperatures — Maximum 
and minimum lemperatures re- 
I corded yesterday at ihe Dominion 
Meteorological Observatory on Oon- 
tales Hill were 50 and 41 degrees, 
respectively. I'he maximum tem- 
perature observed on the ground* of 
the Btraihcona Hotel was 61 de- 
grees and the mmunum 41 aegrees 

tar Ltitered -• V. .Marsh. 3o49 
Fifth Street, reported lo police that 
a roll of buiuiuig paper, eight paint 
bru«hes, two gallon* of paun, a pair 
of overalls and the back seat cush- 
ion of hLv tar had been stolen 
while (lie machine was parked at i 
l>ou|las and Joiinson Streets early 
yesterday monimg Value of the 
stolen property was 175. I 

Shghtiv Injured — Mrs. Annie] 
.VfUl*. 166 Olive Rtieet, stutatned 



rir»|.«.raS« Ba^aBtUn 

dallai 3 ib< 

I •r>l-<>rsba I rbaar Vtllat 
aallar 3 lb 

<«llaa* ««da B«<*n lb 
blUaS aiSa r»l Bsasn. lb 
Balia* Haoi. Ib. . 

Baba* Ham. lb 
SeUl^-lba baitar 
abarlaitioi 2 

Wil* ( anaSian ( baata lb 
Walara lanailan < btaaa 
’rcasamiaiU'. lb. 



y Item m your living-room. The modern piano 
«ic . - yat truly *n mstrumem for your most 
I musifsl pltssure. You wiU see wh*t we mean 
itlc rooms ind compare the smart modern pianos 
liBplsy. The most tamous makes are here The 
on your present pisno will be generous, and tha 



VISIT 

SEE— 

BUY- 



^The Oak Ray Nursery. 

Our Klowering Hsrdy Heather. 
Anything you Require in Nursery Stock 

Oak Bay Nursery 



Company, Gulf U LAke Navigation 
I Company, Colonial Steamships and 
I Keystone Transport*. Ltd 

A walkout of some 350 employee* 

{ of Halifax Shipyards Limited re- 
I aembled the Cape Breton strike in 
I that It was not sanctioned by the 
j umon.% which claim to represent the 
I men In the pAni A Federal con- 
ciliation officer was due in Halifax 
tomflii 

TO END W.ALKOI T 
TVinighi official* of Kraft Paper i 
Pnirtuclv. Limited, and Cable Con- 
duits At Fltung*. Limited, an- 
nounced that 220 striking employee* 
in their plantv had agreed to return 
lo work tomorrow anrl that employer 
repreveniaiiifH, ^ould di*cu8* grtev- j 
aturew wuh offwMbis of the two com- 



FLETCHER BROS. 

1130 DOUGLAS STREET (VICTORIA). LTD. 



OAK BAY'S LEADING AND LARGEST MEAT MARKET 

Wa I «fa» • I BBt^lalt blarh si .H»*U r**b. fasllri triaUbla* 

QaillU an* «ar«iia ( «maaia* — Our Crlaaa 4r« l.aaar 

SMOOTHY’S 

177 OAK lAY MEAT MAIKET At Fo«; lia Rflig GJ 



Seed Potatoes and Fertilizer 

Plant Second Earliei Now— Fertilize When PlantinR 
Use 100 ibi. Standard Fertilizer to 100 lbs. Potatoes 
SPECIAL— SHALLOTS 3 Iba. for 25c 

Carden Tools — Hardware 



at Montreal, whose 
request for a wage mrreabO wa.-> re- 
jected In the majority report of a 
board of conciliation, have author- 
ized officials of the Steel Workers' 
orgamzlhg ronimlltee to reopen ne- 



lO-PlECK 

CHESTERFIELD GROUP 

SIIOA^Vsnled 

Frank's Furniturs L**.:;"' 

f sirs '•TBii t nio.xa s. i«ai 



NOTHI.NG SF.RIOl'S 



Seeds — Sprs 
Seed tMixed or Separate) 



Scott & Peden, Ltd 



gciiattons with the comp a ny 



rVniiria* and Broughton Streei* b> 



At Port Arthur an appllraiion for 
made on beiialf of employee^- of the 
Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company 
to de*l wiUi a dispute over wages 
and working condttlona 



GROCERIES 



G arden 7181 



Store Street (Opp E. A N. Depot) 



KSQl IMAI.T CU B 
The Eeqmmalt Community Club 
will hold a court v.hiet pnrtv to- 
morrow at (he Bowling Hall. K-^qui- 
malt Road, at A pm. TlTere will b** 
allverware aa prise*. 



FOR CHARTER 



MISTAKEN lULNTIlY 



She was a big strong woman, and 
the burglar ahe had tackled and 
raptured bore unmistakable elgna of 
ptmiahment. 

“It wa* very plucky of you. 
madam ’ aald the magl.*trate '‘to 
have set upon tlie burglar and rap- 
tured him. but need you have black- 
ened hia eyes and knocked all his 
front teeth out? ’ 

“Well," said the wumiin. "how wa* 
I to know It was a burglar? I d been 



^Monday, at 6 pm. Busmeu will 
be lecvivuig of repori* and election 
I of offloers for season 1B41-1942. A 
' Uickemiwn reading will be given bv 
I Capt Wilfrid Ord . All members 
! are asked to be presem. 

Flag t eremony — The civic cele- 
bratum cnnimiitee is cciiiMdenng a 
proiKwal to raise the flag of Bt 
, George over the City Hall on AjwU 
23. 8u George's Day. during a cere- 
mony to Include members of the 
armed foaxa, Boy Scouts. uirJ 
Omde!i, cadets and the police and 
, nre depBrtmeni*. Aklerman W. H 
I Davies repealed yesterday. 

Dangerous Driving A moLorWl 
I reprevnted by Herbert W, Davey 
wa* fliieri $.10 >e*ierdsy in the cjlj 
police court when conucted on a 
charge of driving m a manner dan- 
geioiu, to the public at Pemwood 
Road and Gram Street on April i 
Evidence of damage m a sibp sign 
and leiice and a collision at the 
intersection wa* given by Constable 
John D. BtackMOrk. 



New Gray Line Heated Coaches 

• TO ANY PLACE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND • 

G«t Our Price Before You Ride 

RIDE IN COMFORT AND THE BEST-PHONE G jrden Ur.l 



hriXliantly new 

inside 
and out 



SPECIAL! 



Announcements 



FRESH KILLED FRYING CHICKENS 

Split Ready for Pan. Each 

3 for » 1 .OO 



John Howard floclety, VIrlerla — 
Annual meeting Th^r*da^. April 17 
at 8 p.m.. Y W c A . Room D 
Speaker Mr*. Mary Nicholson, raae 
worker for British Columbia. John 
HowarrI Society 'Vancouver', on 
"Crime and Pernonailty." The pub- 
lic are Invited 



B.C. MEAT MARKET 

532 YATES STREET PHONE G 4931 



ATTENTION, ARTISTS! 

MAKf YOU! OWN RCCOgOINGS 
IN YOUt HOMI 
Ricerd, l«it « §4 041 

ftKt I Ur 

i 97$l - y*r AapoiMwfiit {9531 



Congoleum Rugs 



Faperfluout hair, males, birth 
mark*, etc., removed by Bectrolyals 
Miu Hanman. speciailst, London. 
England, over twenty-flv# years 
pracHcaJ experience. Recommended 
by the medical profession, positive 
cure guaranteed, rail for booklet 
Phone O 7642, 203 BcoUard Building 



( ar Recovered 



An auiomobile 
elolrn from the piemlees of WU*on 
A: Cabeldu, Ltd 071 Yatr* Streel, 
w'A.<> found abandoned on Caledonia 
Avenue at 1 IS o'tlork yesterday 
alternoon. 'l*he firm reporied to 
pohre Uiat a grey colored aedan 
model auUimribilc, aerial number 
1101981596 engine number 3879270, 
had also been stolen from a park- 
ing lot at the rear of Die garage. 

Sli lined - A lolal of $.\0 m flnev 
wa.s collected in the Saanich Court 
yeiterdav when * 1 * motorist* paid 
for minor traffic infraciicm* Two 
wen> sunimciiied for falling to nb- 
.‘erve a slow .vpeed through a school 
rone. 



(«eld S«tl Congelewai Rag, ia « 
duaUT of 5*0*1 asM*«ai. 

5it« 80 I 90 §5. no 



Women's Canadian Club, Ekniwrs* 
Hole!. Tuesday. April 22. 2 45 pm 
Bpeaker. Dr. Joseph P June*** 
Subject. "Germany s New Order in 
Poland ' Solowt, Mias Ruth Baw- 
tenheimer. 



Champion’s, Ltd 



I ISALTHT pertur.a beoaan iha tia* et 
M-’.rv «).n •Ith ta lii.a ’half Mcr.ai 
piara* gpon «-a ernfata mai nr Vnlu'iiar, 
Tranituawn etnau «, ti.a R»-ai 
NMRi'al ara raauaaia* |« aail at 
• MV *«a bal«aaii •>-- t ,jit 
•n* 4 oe p m 



727 FORT STRCET 



.'.»l».laa 
>ha •harax. 

"( I n® a w an* 4 oe p m MnnSat ta ZTi 
*•», innn«'-a hi a ihair ainn* t*ea* 
aOVAL jvatttP MOBPlTAU 
ealha<*>«ifai Daaartnant 



Youbou and 
Malahat Sawdust 

J. E. PAINTER I SONS 



*Dn- were on t»»e Mainland veater- 
day. the Premier planning lo return 
from Vancouver on Saturday. Mr 
A-.-eUtme i* on hi* w»y north lo 
the Peace River block by air Dr 
Weir returned to V*j«ouver to at- 
tend iiiung* of the BC. Teacher* 
Federation 



two for pa%Mng li,rough • 
Atop sign and two for ipeedliig An 
Indian charged with dming lo the 
common danger wa* remanded for 
a week for Judgment 

Rewldent Robbed— t'lty deteclhe* 
were la*i night .^rirching for an un- 
armed bandit who auaulted Bid 



Fur Storage— Cleaning, repairing 
rellnlng. remodeling Forty year*' 
experience in fine fur work Gordon 
Furrier, Victoria's Manufacturing 
Furrier. 821 Scollard Bldg O 4733 



It* 8 45 CU. ft of f learning interior ii roomy, 
healthful— the exclusive convenience features 
give you exactly the right condition for every 
food storage need . . . and you'll save on left- 
o'’CF»— you'll save by quantity buying at bar- 
gain prices— you'll save by ending food spoil- 
age. Just think, too of those luscious (roecn 
detseris. ke cresm and crisp aalsds. Yes, It's 
grand to have an Electric Refrij — etpcc- 
lally tha new 1941 Gibson— it's hig. beautiful, 
and an amazing value for only IIM9S- Buy 
now— It's real economy! 



Fresh Duck F4R»— Orders taken 
for ducklings Bn«wn rgg\ dally. 
Pick-an -Pack Grocery. 709 Pottdora 
0 4918 



f>l»r«Mi«n Coming -While no def- 
inite dale he* been fiaad for the 
meeung. Harry Charleaworth and a 
commmee of ihe BC Teachera' 



Roval Oak Ian, Just five mUea out 
on Saanich Highway Lunches, tea* 
and dinners. Phone Colquitz 152 for 
reserratloni 



To Attend Hee*ton--Lleul Alan 
Cliambers MP for the Nanaimo 
riding, will leave on Tuesday for 
0((Awt to attend the rraumption of 
the House of Common* ee vsion. He 
has bern granted leave of aboetKC 
wUhout pay from hi* unit. Die 2nd 
Battalion. The Canadian SeottUh 
Reglmer! Mr Chambers did noi 



Be Prepared in 
Today’s' WAR ON NERVES 



Tbe Old Charming Ino, formerly 
Oak Bay Hotel Comfortable rooma; 
exceiieet meal* O QM7. 



6.45 CU. ft. capacity 



Gueet noaae, lost Newport ^ve. 
Double mcen with bath avaiiabio, 
No children 



Make sure your vitality is equal lo meet- 
ing today’s emergencies. 

Often if you’re shaky, run-down, it may 
show you arc not getting enough Vitamin 
B, from your food. Flcischmann's Fresh 
Yeast is a great natural storehouse of 
Vitamin B, and all the B Complex Vita- 
mins, Try eating one cake first thing in 
the morning, another H hour before supper, 
to help restore normal vitality. 

A CANADIAN T« AOmON-micArnonn’f 
fuu 6dm fre«h ymit Canc- 

dianhouMwip«4/or70y*ari. /f^iMgpraup- 
in’nfitfif 6rpod dpfry ttmt. // you ^akg 
hrtad at hamt 6« ture to use FUi»chmann'$ 
tc giva dg/icdto-torfurfrf, ncttt-JIcttrrfd 
tfOQ4t4. At your grocar'i. 

MAPk Ul CAAAOA 



Frs* — Colonial Cookbook, now 
availabit. Circulation Oepartment 



Ffwo— Colonial Bong 6he«u, Ad 
vvrtlalng Department. 



AII-SImI Cabinet 
Harmatically-SMlad MKhanlim 
Guarintaad (or FIvo Yean 
Largo Ico-Cubo ami Dnurl Trayi 



Paialry CIcaoers nd Dycra. Ws 
Tali and dcUm. G3m 



Joarph Roar. OptomeirUt. 1*17 
Dougla* Sueet. Phone £8014. 



ElSr TERMS SRRIN 6 E 0 



Mhawnifan Beach Hotel, one hour 
from Vtcloria over Malahat Drive 



Mayor Deporu — Mayor Andrew 
I McGavin left for Ottawa yeaterday 
afternoon to attend the annual eon- 
ftrouce of Uw Canadian Federation 
of Mayors and MunscipaJit^. He 
wa* accompanied to the Mainland 
by Alderman Jolin A Wonhlngton. 
The Mayor took a City Council raeo- 
lutlon •upporting daylight saving for 
the whole of BrUtah Columbia, and 
preferably every province 

Mlniatere Mainland Premier 
PaMulJo Hon Tohn Hsf- Hon. Hr I 
C. M. Weir and Hon W. J. A**e.- ! 










TIIK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. L C . I'KIDAV, APRIL IS. I'Ml 



^ IPIEIRSONaML IIiriE/VVS <M. SOCML IH^mENIINGS 




Wife of B.C. Official in An Airman’s Bridal Party 
London Serving as Chef ^ ^ 



Mrh. ^ . A. MoAdaiii Arl-« h** “^liort-Onlpr" Cook 
In liuHriiicnt Cantppii of Coltiniliia 

lloii!*e on l.oHpr K(*;:c‘nl Slr«‘«‘l 



>t'Dneiru«it«iv «nd *>ut a* dMir* rc' mrn of Uie force* who crowd UiUj 

•uWifUT. C*n»«li»h •oni«i 10 U nC'M. .. h^-*.,n«nu j:uoteen of BntUsh 

l•boril>t *t variixj* ..«»• lo tMl» ■iii«in ouwineriw xusircn oi uniwn 

*10 ih* var lo • Mn»* ot ort!'-** CoUunbio liOUftO On Low«*r RegclU 

-nd *he pum* to coramup 

B* P e auunrrr "unUl thu whole meoji u over '* 

(Conadiao ei.a wr.tar. lecUou of U>e *reeii- 

l.ONDON, ApfJl 17 <CP> — Crje* of unted room, divided by b ohon por- 
“One eg« " or 'One bacoit uod eBtc utio« Into •ilmuyf-room" *irfi 
drifted back, into the buotling UiUe icuchen b score of men in Allied 
kitchen where b (rrey-holred woman uniformo sat eatln* half a doeen 
her kindly face fltuhed by the heatiiimy«,t kmds of food and UlkmB 
from her over-taxed stMe. xtr^iggled tn aa many UnRiiaKea They all de- 
to keep pace wi»h the increaelng manded the food to which they were 





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..■SA 'Vww^ 




LA ^ 







(or the card party. Oamea were 
played and refrcehownU f«r\rd 
Mr*. Hatiuon wa* asab'ted by Mr* 
O Bradahaw 



SAFEWAY 




demand* 

Tlie woman at the xiove waa Mm I 
W A McAdam. of Victoria, wife of i 



arcuatomed. 

R.U K TO KOI.L.H AND rotEE:i>: 
'•When the Free French flrot came 



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BrllUh Columbia s acting Agent- I hprr • i*»DiainMi Mr* McAdom .. , ...... . Ph'sto #» Othooo py Woman’* Mtvionary Sociei; 

General, who has been serving for j L. pacon ^ oi.** Pr«byl*rian Church m Can- 

month, u ••.horl-onlW ch.l lo, I .‘‘’7 “i !;L'" V P>>o,<..r.ph.d Whh ^ 



* Fairfield Mbuiionary Kuriety 
I ITie FairtK'ld Women Mk.^'uoiiary 
' Society held lU E.uier ihankoiier- 
I Utg meeting at liie home of .Mra. Li. - 
' O Oreen, Mo*a Street, yesterday I 
^afterncxm. Mrs. Careen. Uie pte.-. 



seveial members ukutg part Tv- 
guest simiker of the aliornoon w'as 
Mis* M MacG'.>ugaU. Mis* 

1 Brown gave two recitations and 
Uwre was a .'•hort muMcal pro- : 
j gramme by Mr*. F. C. Kidiards i ' 
KctreshmeiiU were -e-ntd by the ' 
exm'uUve and a social hour was et^- I ' 
yoyed. Mr&. Green whs thanked |; 
for tile Use o! her Iwinr. j ' 

tla»trr Luncheon 

A quarter of a century ago. m Uus | 
city, Mis* &largam StiaiUi. K is 
<nuw Mr* Glen Fuller*, newly grad- | 
uaied and ambuioua for service m ' 
tiu foveign Held, was commissioned I 





raiir« tertinv* >a<ii*T svd 
*ST i aosi. Armit. i* •*« i* 



EGGS 

&id< A*’ Lstgc doi 

BEANS 

Aylmer, K«nlHitr Wond<i O 
WItolc, Green. l6-*i- csn » (or 



ORANGES . gQ' 

SunhUt. M<d>Hm S<ie 'J dot 

GRAPEFRUIT. 97 

Lsrflr, Sweet, flonde Otoi^* ® 

LEMONS on 

Lame. Juicr. Sunknt dst Al 



and egg* ' But now they are bar k 
to their traditional breakfast of 
roll* and black roffee 



Their At.iendama, Mr*. J. Norringtad and Mr. C Stevent. 



WILLIS SPINET 

hJnifthffl in fUearhed 
Mafflo 

^ 



of the hand in which she held a 



"Our own boy*, of course, order ■ long-pronged fork, aoothed her per- 
whai they were u.sed to m Canada I spinng forehead, 
and we do our he • «o 'Ufy them ! ..rhu gne you a lairiv good 
though It la very difflcult these davs 



when ratlimmg 1 * no ftrict ‘ 

Mr* McAdam. wh'we twenty-one 
year-old son. Kritnedv. la in a Cann 



alie suggested. 

"It'x hard work ' conceded the 
Canadian, who was bnni In DuncAii 



dian F^irestry luiit. did her best t^iBC. and who has lived In London 
answer que*' • ' and at ihe same ; eighteen .vest* But *nmeon« ha.^ 
time drop mr<>. . - - ui her ftizzUng ' to do it Bn wr^all just dig In and 
pan. Mir a jini of bubblitig apple | do our bit*’ And ahe waved her 
I sauce and shift the lid of anoiherj fork to mdu*ale the group of sober 



XViBM: 



If *<•»! a-e one t\ln* u -iild 
like !' rxthati^je >"ur oM 
«t\lr (uatio fc-r A tinv. nmd 
e/n urntriinient. then cal! aiif) 
see the new small space .ac- 
in*; W'Hh* 

f'.ast terniv, arran*:c*l anH 
vi.iir prr-eni fnano taken .v- 
part payment 

WILLIS PIANOS, LTD. 

732 Fort St. Victoria, B.C. 
Phone G 2512 



I big pot to permit steam to escape, j fared women, sor 
I Egg and baron three tune* j Tallan. FYenrh, 
^ j oame that raucous volt e through th** J American. 

C 1 slot between the kitten and front 

1 counter Make it four * r C 

! 'The Mac ire-, nr# gnuid ar..:! 
helpful," laid ih^ chef re.summg he.- ' 

, ,„]f| story *They are handy, too. and Mi'ounary < irrlr 
, can do almoet The member* o 

J He wanu hi* nits turned over , Mi.s.Monary Circle 



fared women, some Canadian. Aus- 
■ rallan. FYenrh, EngUs^i and even 



CUiDS'-'SocIcTiei 



I “A* I was saying, they can do [ ycMerday afternoon at the home of , 
almost anything And you ahnuld Mr*. K. T. Hughe*. 12.10 Richard.son i 
J see , . •’ Street Tlie howw wa* gay Ihrongh- ' 

•He wants hu mashed potatoes I out with Spring flowera. and the 
j fried He wants boiled por«loe> tea lAbie. covr-ed with a lace cloth 
. Are the aBu.*agrs ready yet . centred with an attmcuvely 1 

Hr wants Iwo eggs arranged ti>/!al b>wl of crim*on 

f AN’T II \W. TWO Ff.f.N I ttilip.s and White narci.'M Pouring 
•'Well, he can't ha'e two egK*.-ht*» W McMamu. Mr*. 



TODAY’S RECIPE 



v_/cupa alfted cake flour. 2 
teaspoon.* double-acting bak- 
ing powder, teaspoon tall. 
« cup sugar, r. tea.spoon.i 
orange rind, 2 egg ynlks well 
beat-n. 2-3 cup milk. 6 table- 
.^poon* melted butter. 3 egg 
white* stifTly beaten. Sift 
flour once, qfu >.ure. add bak- 
n,g powder, *sJl and sugar, 
and *ift again Add orange 
rm<l to egg vn}k.^ and mix 
well, coniuine with milk and 

"id to flour muturtj bcr*-:ig 
only until Mnootli. Add 
butter ami blend Fold in egg 
whites Bake in hot waflle 
Iron Sene ho{ with butter 
and orange marmalade or 
orange sauce M.nkes four 
thick four-iection wafTIr* 



I oda. (or Uiat work and ha* spent | 
I the intervening year* ui Ctiuia. Mi. . ' 
' Puller la at present residing in Vu • | 
toria and will be the special .*peuker > 
at the Easter thankuMermg lunch- 
eon of the Womans Missionary S^>- 
ciety of Fir.*t United Church, at 1 
o clock on .Monday, April 21 . 

• • 1 
' Miviiunary .Auxiliary 
I Mi.s J R McDonald, Wmmpeg 
I pre.-uleiit of the Wouirns Mbsioi.- , 
'ary Auxiliary of Western Canada. | 
land Miu Bessie LockJiart. returned' 
. miMionary from lndb«. wiU be thei 
gueat speakers at the regular meet- | 
j mg of rhe Women> Union of First | 
I BaptiM Church, lo be held this ese- i 
' ning at 8 o clock in the lower audi- 
' lorium of the clmrch. ITie members 
I of Douglas and Emmanuel Church 
,cuc=— are --rduuiy L-vuod. 



large. Sv«tt. flortg* w 

LEMONS 

Large. Juicy. Sunknl do( 

New Potatoes 

Shila.' White 6 Ihf 



JiyLMER 








new ruidiucs aj-c 

Shila.' Whire 6 ihi mV 

CARROTS in 

N«* Crop. Large luschei * tei * 

SPINACH - IQ*: 

Freih and Clean C Ibi ^ 

CAULIFLOWER 1 Qc 

LjrB* Innw White «>rk I 




Large, Snow Whit* Head* 



CHOCOLATES 

Attorted. 
i'i lb boi 




G*no* ae Chtnry. 

liabi each 

CORN 

A|plmer, Golden Kcrach O 
16 os can * 1 m 

POSTUM 

Inmnt. f-fti can eael 

PEACHES 

Lrnn ValIvY. p 

IS ox can B loi 

SOUP 

Aylmfr. Tom*to *r ^ 

Vrtciabt*, lO'i-oi can £ la< 

SAUSAGE 

Swift'*. H oi can t«i;h 

LOBSTER 

Birht, 

No can each 

TOMATOES 

AYlmer. ^ 

No. 7 '] can b |»f 

CHEESE 

Goldcnloal, 

I lb. ptg taeh 

COCOA 

Fry'*, 

I ib can each 

ROLLED OATS 

Ogilrtc'f. 

41 01 pkg each 



.. 25' 
!,„29' 



..a 59' 

! I- 25' 
...K 45' 

23' 



JAM 



Ml'niunary < Irrlr butter ami blend Fold in egg Provost < orp» W . 4 . 

The member* of the LIU ie Flower «hite* Bake in hot waflle ' Tl»e Women'* Auxiliary io the 21 #i 

Mi.s.Monary Circle held * ailver tea Serve ho{ with butter Frovost Company, Canadliin Ptmiwi 

ytwierdty afternoon at the home of, orange marmalade cr Corps. AP. held ti.v evening nieet- 

Mr» K T Hughe*. 12.10 Richard.son i orange xauce Make* four mg at the home of Mr^ P Wa'.t 
Street ’tIw hou.-< wa* gay ihrotigh- ' four-*ection waffle* • Oovemmeni Street nn TUeaday. Tlic 

mil with Sprmg flower*, and Die I ‘ST" 

Lineham. Mr.v Gandy Thti-^ay Ap^\'i 4 mJ""- 

wa* o^tred OConneU. The mg wilJ be held at the home of Mr* 

arranged .i>-val b>wl of crun^ i guent* were welcomed by Ml» Har- W, Smllh, *14 Hereward Road, on 
tiilip.^ and wh.te na^uvi Pourtng president of the bmo- May 8 at 2 pm All member* are | 



69' 

'J4C 



Empfevi, f«re Sf»»wb*' 
4 lb c*n 



COFFEE »l43° BREAD 
CANTERBURY TEA 



Polly Ann, witpped 



. 27' 
23' 
.K 27' 
.31' 
1 12 ' 

. 45' 

:„6‘ 

55 ' 



He want* two eggs .^ranged ..>-al b>wl of crim«>n 

f ANT II \W, TWO tulip.s and wh.te narcuvi Pouring ^ president of the aa*o- May 8 at 2 pm 

•'Well, he can't h*'e two egg*.- tea were Mf.-, W McMamu, Among ihoae preaent were naked tn attend 

Inierrupi^d one of the wfxnen ntand- Croaalev. Mr* Culllneford. MU* Dn- jjp,hop J C Cody M.sgr AO • 

tng nearby. ' Doesn't he know there llv O'Bnen and Mrs Dope. -Mm. Father* R Monaghan *‘«nit*at >ub 

b a war on?" j Lehman wa* m receipt of cuaUmi ^ Matte The Comita* C 

Mm .McAdam nmiled wanly. i and the rommittee in charge of the , , , meeting at the I 

heaved a aigh and with the bark afternoon comprLved Mu« McGuire. ' m Auiilurv Rnutiedge, when 



Red Brand Beef Milk-Fed Veal 



T-BONE ROASTS lb. 32c 
WING RIB ROASTS... !b. 32c 
Porterhouse Roasts ..lb. 37c 
BRISKET or PLATE . .lb. lOc 
BLADE or Round Bone lb. I8c 



Family Remedies, Toiletries 
and Household Necessities 

AT MINIMUM SALE PRICES 



BACON 

UMUun 

COTTAGE ROLLS 



KOLYNOS 

TOOTH 

PASTE 

39c 

and 

23c 



PHILLIPS MILK OP MAG 
NRSIA TABLETS^ 

89ci 39c 25c 




I te ei.W ] 

J 



Absorbine 

Jr. 

$1.95 

and 

98c 






Freezone 

Corn 

Remedy 

35c 



and W Matte The Comita* Club held its regular Porterhouse RoaSt 

. . . meeung at the home uf Mu* Uabel RpgCV'PT DT A 

5th Ri .A. Auiilurv Rnutiedge, when final arrangemenu Dixiorvc. i or ri-F 

I The aeml-monthJy meeUng of the «'»'«’'• tnr the annual bridge BLADE Or Round 

W’oown'a Auxllury to the 5th RC A lea to be held himorrow. Members ' m t »* r* u/-v a c'e^c* iu o * 

wa* held at the .Macaulay Point an- preeeni were Mr*. Harold John^, RUMP ROASTS, lit CUt, lb. 2 IC 

nex nn Wedne*day afternoon, the .Mrv R C Newby, and MImtw Verna 

preMdeni. Mrs, Allan FraAer. in the | Beek, Barbara Leigh. Kttty Cave J oanAM 

chair Mra T McGlmpaey and Mr«. I Mary Oerirgr Patricia and Geraldine ' DAuON 

McIntosh reported on plaju for the Holdm. Rene MeHulcheon and v ' 2 Ib Cell 

I revue which u lo take place at the laabel Routledge v AATTAAF DAI I 1 

Royal Vinoria Theatre on June 2b • . • I t wU I I AUk n vLLi 

Ttie production, which U being put Daughier* of kngUnd j 

on bv Mlsa Wynne Shaw, will be en- Prin- r>* Margaret Rn*e I.odge | ^ piPUip Shoulders. 

I titled •Tfreat Gun.*. • U w a* decided No 40. DaughUT* of F^igland , riUiwIU Jgnderiiec 

to arrept the kind offer* of the u*e Juvenile.*, u holding it* birthday ' r r, t, r r r, m s rrsr r r tr r, 

of the mea* at Signal Hill and the tea thu afternoon In the .SOF. , — 

Oak Bay Theatre hall for meetings; Hall fmm 2 30 o’clork, Allmmhen.,1 ».«»•* 
the*e offer.s came fmm the sih member* of the two adult k>dg»*,v 

RCA and Major CoAllr Wtvil wa* and their friend* are inilird “Hie 

I'i.vtribuled (o be knitted f«r com- next meeting wiU be on Wednes- 

fort# for the men oversea*. Several day. April 23. 81. Oeorge* E)av. a' i f Mtnittt'dt h'tttitt 
new member* were welcomed The 6 30 orlork. ' ri fif f 

next meeilnr will be held at 8 pm. • • • U if/x I 

on AprU JO .t Th. 0.» B.v Tho.W rol.ood » * ” " I H Sl III I II I lOI 

1 hill. Under Ihe auspir*. of si John^ /!/ 



SHOULDERS lb. 15c 

BREASTS or SHANKS, lb. 12c 

LEGS. Shank End lb. I9c 

RUMPS .lb. 27c 

FILLETS Ib. 3f)c 

SIRLOIN TIPS lb. 3«c 



.«K 1 5' 

Whblf 2^' 



jLAMB 

'PORK 



1 Shouldtri, Ib 21 c and 2 ^tC 

I L«gt Ib. :Uc and :t 5 c 

I Lomi Ib 22 r and 2 r><* 

f L*nt Ih And ! 22 gs 



; PICNIC 



Shoulders, 

Tcndcrixcd 



19'1 iFISH 



I Legs lb. 2 <>c and 22 c I 

707 FORT ST, IT**! 

HALIBUT. Sliced Ib. If j 



sArfw«T *r«iark. UMi-nn 



HI arsra>» thx air.nT to iimit <m asTiTira 



H ilh Installatimi 
Of \cir Officers 



NOXZKMA— Krv at 

V •■•/T. f- . 

Regular JV size, 
for 



59c 

15c 






Canadian Nasal Spray 

tiivc'- i>r«itiipt fclu-l’ 35r 

‘ •'oiplrle vtith .itoimzcr 




hill. Under Ihe auspir*. of si John^ ihf V#*ir 

• * • W A . Colw«)d, a card {urty w.ll i.z ' . ’ r ri x r f # m f r .w 

Dimrun f W I., held In ti.r Colwnod Hnll on Satvir- 

The annual Springtime fete at 81 day evenmg at 8 o'clock. Bridge TTie annual conference of the Co- 
Ann'a ACMlemy, under the auspice* and five hundred will be played iumbia Dicx-CAan Cirla' W A. came 
of the dtocevan vubdivnsioci of the priae* given and VfreaJimenie to a aucvewful finish last night with 
Caiholtc Women * longue, will be .■•erved Tlie proceed* wUl help with tn*- fonnal ina'allaiinn of *ifll'« 
held on AprtI 24 Mrw C A R:.. ' 'he fund for lepalr* lo the rhurrh '-’. HI IL v H E Sexiciii. Bishoji of 



PANTIE SETS 

C'Cpc er Saba, Tailertil ar Lacc Trimmed 

A. K. LOVE, LTD. 

iM SIMS niariT. tp ibom gmuiaa ATai.iT 



139 



i held nn April IM Mrw C A R:.. 'he fund for lepalr* lo the ehurrh Sexton. Bishoji of t ■ ■ 

ithe prr.vldent. In Charge All -<ub- * * • I C'slumliia v«;*lerda'. : ^*^s|onii be ‘ nBVF 

{ divl.dont nf Ute lexgur are taking an 0 |>en Door f*rr>up - tu in ii»e inomuvg when the mom- I 

[active Interext In the arrangementa The lartU-.s ol tfie Open Iw.r j attended U»e Holy Communion 

rge of the Spirltualiel Church will hold a allver ♦nice at Christ Churdi Cathe- ’* 

Ion: home In the hall. 7 M Cormoran’ ! dt*l. and heard a atirrlng addreu 'Trgdc-ln" 
uMivtxlnn: Street, tomorrow from 2.30 to 6 1 by the celebrant, Rt Rev ]| E ' UMtk 



CHROME JOE WALSH 

DaVENPORT SUITE - . i.r i. ke 



active Interext In the arrangementa The ladU.s ol tfie Open Iw.r 
•The l/-a will be ir rharge of the Spirltualiel Church will hold a allver 
I Victoria aenior .Mjbdlvlilon; home In the hall. 7 M Cormoran’, 
j rooking, the Oak Bnv -uMivtxlnn: Street, tomorrow from 2.30 to 5 
'a aale of plant*, the laJte Kill P*n Mr*. Swan and Mr*, 'iweri.. 
branch' the Juntor League win be ^ ’he hoatea^e* for the day, 

I tn rharge of the eandv and P** aerveo and raid reader- 

|novel!ie« mill he - Id by the 3 i*ier^ he In attendance 
land pupiU of 8 t Ann- The fete , ... 

win contlniF In the evening, with ‘'* 5 " . „ 

blnro. in charge of the Chnstl.n , 

Brother* Leagua will meet today at 2 30 pm 



•Srxiofi 

( HAIXFN'C.F It) t HRI^ 1 MSS 



Month 



H«r« tS Mm«ih<eg 
raxilv mod*'* i 
a«oc*i in • m * > I 
ce**f>ng •B 7.60 
ta »iaB. 



- ii*' •• a--.- I »r 1 .* ‘ ke 
.■vh*-e» (•■r ( anfort, tfidHen 
rbea'ati* < rralioni for Super- 
•i>’lc nr iii*t want in »i«it 
\ 'ctori* » l^rit rompletelv mod- 
ern vti.rr, Yve ».iv welrome to 



FURNITURE 
825 FORT 



Tea win be aerved and card reader- 1 ^^^ lEJI F'Jl'NTTURE 

will be in attendance Rhe*t *pr.xer a' me mornmv ff t 825 FORT 

, . . I *.eVi»oii wa.'i Mrs. Or rirge Biddle 

Hnuaewlrr*' lo-agoe whove .-peedj tfx.k ll.r form of a " 

Tlte VtcLoria Dietrlci H-.uaewivrr I'^fngt b.wd .a. ihe bu.k of . ^ .u™. a blue tie i... 

Leagua will men today at 2 30 pm Jnnea. ' D the Kingdom of mu. wmi fnr h*. m/np> 

In Room 301 , UtlKin Building followed an Hawkin-. HefreJs- 



mm 



CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER 
PILLS- COf, pQp 

I’nceil at ”^^aml“ 4 ^^ 



FRUITA 

TIVES 



69c,.,„23c 
44c 22c 






KRUSCHEN SALTS — injui 
-i.’e with free trial CQgw 

fu-ka... PVU 



A -PIRIN— 

98c, 39c 

REF.CHALAX-L\ 

|i!<-Ai.ani laxative 



CITRATE OF MAG- 
NESIA— I • 



SI Saviour'* W 4 I dL»ruMion on Mr* Bid- 

Th. mw.n. .( ,hr ,Uh< „>i I.Il P < luh .m"* 

Saviour * Evening Branch of the I L. ..... . 

*v.^r r , . - 1,; « 

home of Mrs .Marv Patileon Pine ,n,.. m.. _ _ 

B. . J ... . initoUatKin of ofneers. the member* 

Street, Wedne*day evemnt. Woolen quaLICUM BEACH. April 17 - enjoyed a drsmptjve Ulk by Mua 

garmenw were ^ ^ At the Community Hall. Quallcum HAmbone, on the lUe of the ml* 

dona ed to the ^ Beach la/l night, the Kinsmen >p«r.ar»eiv m ihe Congo Bfvpt and 

members were reminde,! of the card Glee Club, of Albeml. conducted by the nr: ;th Sea Manda. BeautifuJ 



22c 

35c 

25c 



In helping Jdrs Hawkin*. Refresh- 
mrnta were oerved and an enjoy- 
able aortal evenmg *pent by Uve del- 

egn'es 



■ nee atid in the evrnuiv, after the 
inatoUatKin of ofneers. the member* 
enjoyed a descriptive Ulk by .Mua 



donated to the Red Croa* The la/l night, the Kinsmen 

members were remlndM of the card ow Club, of Albeml. conducted by 
party to be held at the home nf Mr* N Ball gave a aplendid pro- 



's m the Congo ^>pt and frost— FA trKNLV 

■;th Sea Llanda. BeautifuJ 7 iie engagement u announced of 

»h'>wn b\ Mil* Mott, illu*- ' b*-**!* Murray, aecond daughter of 



W’OMK.N are *l>owing a 
^ great inlerrat in Taonpat. 
the sew hind of ntonihly *ani- 
l*rv proteet»n«. U.uw »n*ee. 
iHifJv. No bell*. No pin*. 4 nd 
no odne. ^ n«ir purve will hnkt 
a month'* «upp 4 y. Itk about 
Tampax. 



COD LIVER OIL— Pure \.t 

v*pgian, I 6-,'7 79c 



LIQUID PETROLATUM— 

ggg 



•“> uif lTr«l.a Mlm Rainbon. ,«-.-rt,,!lon« nlricl. M F.l.«M).r,d 

Mr^ D Th.r. ... . l.r„ C III K< Ilf.S TO BI.N. MT I M,. FniCney. MIS O-rp- H««l 

wax won by Mr* d Hughe* the , ,nd appreciative audience who en- , We«t m Mr N*th*n samuai rrrmt 

jproc~rt. u. b- lo b,» prfm 1 ,v,rv mlnuu- ot th. .nWrum- w 



NOW AT 717 PORT 



• FUR 

STORAGE 

^hoe* EZSI4, Mr driver will ciN 
I* talc YMr hrrv mte KwatdK 
itaregr. protfClcJ Iram mothi, 
Jirt, lire jaJ rh«t) 

FOSTER’S 

753 YATIS STIHT 



OLIVE OIL— Fmevt. 
extra P'lre, 16 . ox *ire 

PABLUM— 

{’ru-ed jt 



79c 

65c 

45c 



RUBBER GLOVES— 

•Ml K./r* \ pair 



25c 



Witty Kitty 



cryen every minute oi me entertain- in».rUng wa* voted thia year to arm Of Mr and Mr* W | known film xtar at hi* lodging* and 

thrve rhariiie.v th*-*e being a fund Vancouver The wed- offered him 1200 a week to play 

The pr.igramme opeived wlUi jor education of a widow, toi^**"* quietly cm May the lead 

T^ereU Alway* Be an England.' pore** work, and lo U>e Columbia Martin'*-ln- 'jijot your life * replied iht 



L . .. 1 by John Peel. Crn:r.dr> 

in Arm*. *un, by the Glee Club; 

j . rTTTN MrKenxie -Call. I 

I Hawkln* who 

Charge of the banquet and who 

flra 2 r? ‘ h,.a done « much U, make the con- 

pianoforte .ntimbeii. A negro *pir 

9 Itual. "Can't Yo Heah Me Moanin' 

Dird." and the Bell* of Bt. Mary . > 

... were aung the- Glee 

Pakenham xang t’- baflUxv ' 

\/^ Uv ^j|j X Ball Tlte<e were pai- 

and Mr, R Ru’herlord. "Mrsliu- ijjt/ 

J Uon ■ and Clrlbirlbln." were de- ' V I 

lUlhUully cenikrM Vocal due U bv ^ ^ ^ 

I enthUAlaMJrally received The pm- 
j gramme cloaed with the Ok*e Club 

I c-— -ilngmc "A*h Orove' and Paanlnf if , 

■ /"L ^ F^van* v < announcer and 

^ ^ j maxter of rer'monie*. Mr H Jar ‘ I T I T I 

L txw —i* .. Tw OKI ww,.».. it, y I VU, prcxkjem of the dutrkt Red ^9 |JIJIII||| 

Aaaoclatlon thanked the Glee ! |B ||||l||||p 
The honeymocn U over when the Club im their xplendld enteruin- • IJIIIIJIII 

groom Rnda hi* bride »ugge«ung It'* ment and kindnaaa in coaiing |rv - 

time aba went home to vtalt mother GfuaUcum Beach. I thc owiv i/tiMpDNoa with « eon 



POND'S COLD CREAM— 

41 INI «tf t rcai.l n| 

Tli^ two OOe« 

fnr 05JC 









TALCUMS— \*v= tied. 
I* rue ttn*. eat h 



25c 













m 

' . \Vv\ 



DETOL— Thp modern antUep- 

$1.50.,„,50c 



TWINK DYES— Special 
•ale. Each 



(UNO CARBOLIC SOAP— 
By r.err*rd. A Urge OCm 
England *P c*kex fcwV 



DAVID SPENCER <i 

LIMITED 



the-Reid at 8 30 p m 



THAT ROOM RFNT' 



The ca*tint director of a new film 



' Not on your life '* replied ih# 
*tar "f U not ir*)k at It under 8100 
a week ' 

I *'Cnme to my ofllce and let a talk 
11 over urged the flu» director 
•'Whal'’^ replied the xtar, 'and 



h.ig done *o much t«make the con- ■ telephoned an unempkryed but well- ' get locked emt of my ror»n 



-oXr 



^ J Th*f«'i*eavtf«lhHnhichooxlaf iSrldalWrwoA 

dtMkoodnag. fh*l(wiMoflii*awmglhata»owav 
> K - cowidw't bry float d tawaodx Ih* prtda of par- 

C- cotonof, coRiwi and brillkmc* . fh« od- 

f i ~Y '' OMotiON of himtdx who racogrwit that Sri^l 

i — moowi toparlali** 






l*WMM >. Tm *m *r*J. 



ThC OWiV (/( 



oa wtTH « eotprr miaiumtci Of coMP t CTC wtnrccTiow 



fi 5f{ TMtII 
levClT IIN6I 
Salaclad fawalm avary. 
■horw loaloi a Bridal Wraofh 
Hofi. Ahava f* xhoww o«a 
•f tha dg«* which Idawdfy 
th— a da gu ndibla lowatlarx 







( 





Social and Personal 



«prf Mr. and Mr« R Mrintmh 
Oak;aml, Cal mi>o arr v -ig u. 
Victoria Mr. VclnUuh «»' or;< 

’iir foundrra of U» order. Afior 
tapper, community tit>gm«. a read- 



t up and Saucer .Hho»rr 

At ute home of Mi's June 
Ing. i iir<a Stjfoi. the gtrU of 
CoftJ and I'eUoleum Comroi Briard 
and Public UUlilira Cammla.<ucm of 
Uie Provincial Qo\etnmriU. cijier- 
tallied la-M niglu at a cup and aa'i- 
cer ‘.uvMT in honor of one of tliclr 
Mias May 

A lu marriage to Corpora! WlUlam 
flov R.C O.C . :".'lJl Ukt place on 
M- . 2 Hie glfiA v.rrr hidden 
throi||}:".' t!.r ajid « frfa*- 

lire Imiu on :iie p«r» of rjic brUit- 
• inrt produced many lovely gifts 
T-~ - pre were Mr* I. J. 

Uitd .M->es Dorct:.. H'*cl, Ella 
Mnnk Slone. Opal^benrrom 

me Ur pearl Anderaon 

and .Mary Noake* 

tilft Presented 

Men.U-:s vf Uie Lake Hill Rccrea- 
Hon Cenirr held a dinnei at the 
M.i\f-i;r i-afi. i*ueaday evenui* t« 
mark closing of Uie .«*"« on 



»ere MfMlaiue* H I* IhHiper. L F. 
Hooper S C Blake, O Muffelwaltr 
H treats fJ Monon. I< lAnib R 
niake. L Blake, and Miava Mar- 
garet. Audrey. Joy and Amy Hat- 
ne.- Margaret Neilaon, Be'^'-ve Lam 
Ii.. Marguerite Dt>*f- 1-ila Cro%- 
th«*rs Phylli.' Ddna and Dor; 
Hooper 



apllJe bl ''n - Refrethmenta were 
•erved frtmi a tea table •eiitred »lih 
a birthday cake and • '-:h IHUe giie^t 
received a ba*ke« rf candy The 
afienioon »b>. -tvnl In plaving 
game.i and ingi Thural Gray 
Beverley and O^-irge Balfour dr 
lighted the guf.‘' with their ingin:; 
of T7)ere'll Aiwa; Be an England 
and Diane (Irahajn ierjipri aeveral 
nursery Thvnw* ‘nie UiMted gue'--- 
*e;w Mr.y r Mndfav Mr- J 
Ora.tim, Mr« C Carter M:- H 
layerw^. Mr.t A Walter, Mr*- J 
Rnv-. Mr« Kr.- .• and Daimi Mr# 
Balfour. Beyer;-. George and JarV 
Mrs Underw . Rarbora Jean ari' 
Irvreiia: Miv Willuima K< nnv and 
Tonimv. Mr- Thnmaa and Yvemne 
Mr; J predrtt. »nd Preildv Mrs P 
Fredette and Pr-.. -- .Mi’ Mu>*el- 
maii and Jetrin*' Mrs Te-kie and 
Jimmie Mrs H lier?= U and Maur- 
een Mi- F [^-ggeii --t hmmle 
Mr* Rivrr^ [j. M. Hunt arid 



t:ie members' part in the AuxUun 
Pervic-- campaign had been aa'ir- 
f.urtory. Mn. 8>nv3n.v lyaving acted 
as major of the group of camataera 



Navy t^ expit w-ed in a Idler reccivad 
yaaterday by Mrs C F Amutrong 
York Place. Oak Bay honorary aeC' 
retary of the local group, which hat 



Y.P.S. NEWS 



Shower for Bride 

r.! W A Pugh a,-:-; ^r. J f. 
Pugli verp Joint ho^vfc remtiiv 
1*1 a romblnatjoti Imen and grocer- 
-i.oaer In honor nf Mr and Mrs G 
W Piigh. the former I>i11> McCov 
(rime^ of the midway were played 
Ihe pri/e winner^ beiiifi .M' Edna 
Pugh and Mr E Mr MiUuii and MUr 
prggv McCoy and Mrs \A' A Pugh 
Thoae present were .Mr i Mrs J 
MfOu. Mr and Mr P Hamilton 
Mr and .Mr.*- J Court Mr and Mr# 
W llAlne Mi and Mrs J Roberns* 
Mr and Mr- R Tan Mr and Mi» 
D Bourne. .Mr and Mrs W MeCoy 



M.- P A'klhsnn. Mr 



Yav wovld pay mwtk mora tliowhett foe thu booutifiil two-leao wsinol 
tNito — modom ifyliet In wory l«io' Waforfall IroeM onif Iko ioUlt m 
konaeaioat drawer palls. Tka large 41 ^ 

tnck vanity kai a M-MKk dumotor cop ^ j 

por ba<k mirrer Sat eonslih of Vanity 
lenck, Ckest and Ivll uta lad 



adrw five clUldren and U>e mem- 
bers preamu donated enough mcmey 
to rover the ovpenae Next weeks 
merting will be in the form of a 
dlaruMion night, the subvert u> be 
ReconatructloQ of flv? Ctmrch.’* 



Entertain Vlaitors 
Mrs Alevander B Hauser, with 
her little daughter. Joan Ann. and 
MIm Agnes Redford- WllU who are 
rlsiling here from TYrronto and 



McLennan, McFeely & Pnor, 1^. 

PHONE G im 



1400 GOVERNMENT ST. 



Fritai* Viihnntv 
CaonrrUnv 411 n»»(« 



WE CLEAN 



D0N7 WASTE 



lUGS af all dttcrlphoaa. alia 
DIArES and SILK N(T CUKTAINS 



You Can Keep Foods Fresh 
and Wholesome 

IN AN ELECTRIC 
REFRIGERATOR 

B.C. ELECTRIC 



OUR PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT 
IS STILL FUNCTIONING 

We Shall Alto Cnntimie B»»ket MaWma. Chair Recainng, i.ra»« 
and \^icker i'hatr Repairing. Rush Seating. Sheri Metal Work 

We HiNf on Hand a Ntimher pf Kurbrn Ta)<tr», Ironing B^^arda 
and Various llouiehold Aftlclei ^V’hlCh ‘Y- .\ie n ( tear 

The Red + Cross Workshop 

5M-6 Johnson Sfreet Phono E 3519 



For Firo aid Autonobila lasaraiee, Reatali 
lad Real Estita, Caitilt 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

Suite 7. Metropolitan BuiJdinf. Opposite Postoffice 
PHONE E MPIRE 7722 



of Canada 

FONT at QUADRA C 7ISS 



Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 



Little Dtane Orabn<>. g<H 

of honor at a Jolly birihday pa; 



gue/f.fr.rm wr-. a buHe laupper wv ^ enjoyed. Mn 



Of honor at a Jolly birthday pa;:.. -.ed. wwa covered w.ih a lace c.- " A" I 

ai ihe home of her psrriiia 1721 1 and centred wilh Bprm« u. . / **** M”r°' 

..V,.. - ..K,., K..-I I aioguig of Auld Ung .--me 



Ook filrr*ef when 



. br.i’- .' amber bowl, the ren arrange- 






. _ ^ a^i -M I 






IjhuIon 



,'fi, mh -t:; woolen vianfocU 
sent from Victoria have been .i 
teived at the London depot for 
knuted carments for the Elnyei 



Munk*lpal t'hapter 
Munk'tpal Chapter met ye^terda: 
..•lemoon at headquart* Ui" re- 
{ -nt. Mrs. K C. S.vinon*. In ihr 
.uau- ar* WMia-: idiii' ir.d Ml 
li 9 McMickmg were re-e>c'.ed 
lionohiry regent amt vicr-regeiu 
r-»pecMveiv It waa reported Ihat 



were receivTd, Mm Bvatocu waa 
appomlM war «>•: convener ill 

place of Mrs. J. L Oates, who h# 
held that office for the past Iw^. 
•ears, 'llie ine<etir4 adjourned t" 
reconvene pnor to the next geiwn* 
meeting on May 22. in the ev*enUuc 
It rrporied Itiat 7g3 conitorL 
■ . ' 
durth.'' the pMi t».‘ month* oi.SSO 
magazines were sent to local forts. 



AT THE 

BARGAIN BASEMENT 

Spring Dresses 



$ 3.95 



Pftnii Soft RsitcU Ni> • 



Jl SI S4V H4Ri.t IT 

PLUME SHOP, LTD. 

n«T YATIS STBItT 



Ora*. and loria Finrtlav 

Had linen shower 

Miv Owen WilUa—' a ,'uUr i 
bride-io-Oe, wt boriond ii.«r e%e- | 
hiiig -’.-'I MU-.V Mari'iii*- Dodt- 
•aforth en'frfalne ; at a line- -'■-’•ser 
a' her home na.i A> Tli* 
were ..:*j m a liBlbc* 

prettily rte-'>r*i' ; in pmk ifid 
mauve and : iiijf ! hv a ilain:-. 

mlmaiure bride Thi - . ; of honor | 
al«o received a corvT'’ bouque*. of I 
tr. r- * ti-._..ye ' , 

pea* .Several - mo >en* played] 
and a buffe' iipijer tvas ; - ‘A later 
bv the hoei- - >“• --•-il oy , 

Mrs C Webster Mr . M William* 
Jr. and Ml.v, Owr»n DodvAorUi, T^-; 
■upper tab!-' covered with a lace 
cloth, wa.- centred with a lovely 
cenirejilfce of mauve and pink lu 
Ilpa m a sliver basket and lighted 
bv pink taiierA in stiver holders Mr* 
Boukhey atid Mr*. J Tliomsoti pre- 
sided Tty gvif t,. were Mevlamev 
Milton W'liiuins.; Sr . Boughey. M 
William* Jr.J ThomM«i V Rough.' 
F Dodawordi. R B .Mn'lyw.*. R O 
Ttav;- i Wel>,irr F Blokes O 
Ford A AtJierroti and Mtue* 'vkin- i 
rue KilloU Kj!;> Cave Be'ivCot'e; j 

Owen Di-: -.rti-., jmte Pinch and i 

•Mareerv Tindall 1 

Honored by friends 
Mi-4 WjnnP Hooper wa* the gue** 
of honor at a surprise kitchen alvow- 
e*- held n-ceni.v a' Ihe home of lyr 
parent' riOi* rmnmore Road Tlie 
bride-to-be wa.' presented wTlh a 
dainly cnrsagc L- iqu< : ''f pink car 
tiatinria on hat arrival, and the u.** 
ful gifts, fonc-;^led In a mlnlaturr' 
h»a*e riecnraied tn yrltow and , 
orchid were later pre.-^nted to her 
Tly rreeptlon rnomi were decorated ' 



Mr and Mr» L K B«ir d Mr and|t),i>* }n--tnJCtrFV!i for the cenirr 



pDAta M n»> 



1 oeen vomiiR stremiouaiy to pur- ■, 
'chase rumforta for the men .Tving j 

in mine >weeiyra and irawieii and 
. "ther Bhipa of Uie nav> [ 

Mr- A klaUland-DiMigall, honui ' 
ary secretary of Uie London depot ' 
wrltea that the third conAtgnment i 
, frr.ux Vi. lurta sem on January 15 ' 
reached London t; Jr-* Beaverbrar i 
"Tlie tndian jsr*?.. are reallv 
l-rAplv Mr.' MiPland - Doukill I 
write* -and we are delighted wii.i 
them. The .'.ame ap(Uie& to Ihc uui;* 

2 splendid glove' which arr «o be»u* 

; tifully thick and warm The sintig 

.'•V 'oo, are re»j;v or.'i cU-vi: arui 
■ we are m tact delighted with 
• wliule convignmeni and -nd •.o*.: 
lour very grateful ihanlu for thf 
further help '■ 



wa.v pri'..-emed with an engraved 



McMilUn. Mr and Mr- O Bond | silver bracelet witu the good wi'tje* 
Mr and Mr F J H.*rw(Mid Mf j .r-.f all the lemocr.* Tlioee invited 
and Mr R Peter* Mr. and Mn, L F Orysdale. P Mc- 



RIVATF. George W. Pugh, Armstrong repert- that 

RCOi , and tu bnru* f,jr • ■--•‘^^tmenU 1 
w been **nt *infi .lan-in.. 



WiKwier Muses Rhei Me. --;-. Peg*-, f;,. 
Ml Bdna Pugh. Alice Bumfleld j n\i 
Irene Tati. Carol Bond. Pl-ylli* Har j, 
Wip.-'i Doreen Hurron Me*sr» Ja. . fij,- 
rourt Fred W- . ‘er and Bill M- J 
M "in : Edi 



Fngagement Annnunced 

Al-. 4i. - -"•/ ,.f 



fi;;.:-, w Parker JnoiiiiR BonneK 
0:i :: T Noble J. Noble R S'.-bie 
J. WUUamj M Greenwood A 
Rirke" A Hemming V Dt'**-\an 
J Campbell. A. Maw;- and MwMe. 
Edfui Barker Jean Hv»el! Phyllu 
and Edna Dawkm.* 



merly Mr Amy DunKiiy MrCov. 
who wer* inarTied Iasi Saturday 

= r=ing «' Uie Jiira’-' ?.a Ht-lci 
and Mr Geo.-- W ' - were gt.*- 



■eo-'t three m"rc •■-T.-.ijnnienU ha\^ 
been "nt sints Januarv -nd 

■ ' ■■ ■ of their safe arrival wn; be 
publLvhrd as -V--** a* !». •- T.-cer,- ; 
nef* 



At* - ^ir r crer Uisungwsabed k UiUr 

Vancouver Mar. : hi . been made tn I hot* Bme ! Lapmr.t- whn rame 
V . :vff by Mr and Mrs T W [here on .Monday n-onung wiUi >fi- 
tellinrof?heer-.Tgenieniof|ators BUi- and Fafard, wa* me 

Heir .t/iiighter El’-^^fh Grant of of Notre Dame 

.Beuy*. to Lieut Ca- CampbeU | 

C..vcrnU.in RCA-f. nj Di Tueoda. and Mwnl 

and Mr. C. F Covemton. Vah«n- 



f honor s' ai. ei.j.>>.ii.i.- ie« par. h itr^*St T V (.OC IPS 
given bv ":etr re! ' • • » 

Mr Mvi Mr= - Crook • their AuxUiarV PloHS 

liorrr Ma«>n Street 

t'lrst Silrrr Trn 



\nnlver\ary <upper 
Tlie Knight/ and Dame* of the 
Thi'tle celebrated Uie aniuversarv 



4-PIECE 

BEDROOM 



SUITE 



l« thf New DUO TONE Fnmh 



m ‘'J.";"''’ 

rttrathrone L> ^school and Ij a 

ot M, r..ll Unlvfr,uv .nd ", 

o( Ih. Cn|-..-r.--r.. o! BrtttJ. rolum- S'-'*'" •>' H«U 

0,mm. Dr -a Bl.., .ad 

. . I • . J . . I. Pifard left ve.'terday morning for a 

eniton who obtained I- earlier ... .u » . .. . . * *wi • 

«... » *rtP up Ihe Island. 

•scjuiolina at filiawnigan Lake , 

•School aijo gradrstf of the i Farewell Tr* 

L'BC and of Nt'r. where he 'oc'kj All arrangements have oeen ...m 
hl-N --gree m medicine He Jv a for ih,. f»rewcj tea to be 

member of Zeia P' frwtermi. The | held m the old King. Daughters 
wedding win lake place Ui Si Room*, tn Uie Hibbon-Bone Bmlrt- 
'taD Church, Kerrladale on M* ing •'•morru.. afternoon Tlie gen- 

! eral convener of ihe afiemnon will 

Th, ltn„h.. Tnd D.n„. -I 0.- 

.. ^ '*'*« ^ a of cajidj. unt er the 

r,l-br«.-d U.P ...ni..r-,.rv podvnmhlp o. ,h, 8pr,d.-.U Clr. 

P! ,h. D.m« jolnm, on ^ 

U'» I- H Hordlo Clrelc. All 

5 ''."’J'”'.",' "fy*"- l..u.n.,.od fnond.. .ro InrlW. 

w1Ui Pa.«t Knignt w Ang'is a% ... 

chairman The Dame* were the Entertained at Tea 

fuevta of honor at a att-down Mrs l^wis R*iah 2221 Cook Street. 

"iDper. With the invtled gue»,f entertained on Wednaaday a/ter- 

at a tea m honor of her aunt, 

1 Mrs »*-••==• Delahaj, Unite, Bask 

sweet pewa and ]5mk candle* in 
k^^THPil silver holders wa.' presided over by 

i Mrs Prank Mannlx, The invited 

‘'*^**“'**^*' I gut were Me*-dai: T Mea«iuT 

* Joim Sunmon* Kenneth SmiUi. 

llA Mk'C' Alice and Pearl Meagliet 

■yVBAl V ' 1^1 Martlyn fiimmona and Carol Bmitb 

jw RllUa l/Hlge, kproat I.ak« 

Rz^cent guest* regUterret at Klitva 
Lortee include Mr. and Mrs c» t . 

I Mr and Mr.* J H Willaid. Mu. M 
IS Hi Whitehead. Mi- J Whitehead. M-* 

1 Heaap. all of Vancouver, Mr. and 

Mrs, E Brown. Eburne BC; Mr. 
HjjHp Kra ■! aTrd Mrs A Homer. Mr D Ingham. 

4 pigiy Nanaimo: Mr.v D O Kindle. Mrs 
g ^ AW Hunt Wlnmiwg. Mn Joan 

* 1 R. Lamb Toronto, and Mr and Mr* 



Here yrom Hsltf’i 

M- i.i Mi- .. A .■ .. H-t" 

fS.V. who tl;«- T b-.ii • • - i;, V 

Iona for the Ea '^r — m 

g . of Mr Sl-*-i- .. • • . 

Ml - Le«'.e. Y*a«!e*. FaUhf' 

Street, have let* for the Mainland 

III Hospital 

Friends Mi H E Si-‘*idrri 
Kennedj will tx* "i , >• • ? nit 



• - i;, V Mi., jsra Sper-r-r -;..;»iig i.f-i 

-- he i*"mi‘ o; for a si.'c: 

te . to be held on Mav ) u, Mie 
*!e*. Fauhf' ' Victoria Ausiliarv Canadian For- 
the Mainland --^v Corpa -OveiveijA F.ind* Tak- 
ing part in the u al pr.^Krammr 
will tn- Corporal BUlv InglU and 
H E Sl-‘*idrrl sj.eii* Aknihead- Mr.' W 

■ , Sloone general entivener aiMi me 



‘eKaparient mm. Rc.yal Jubilee , mroiber* wi 



’ H»epl'*; 

Keluriis to Muwnisdii 

I MU/ Filltll ihifia. lOiiiii) 3i 
I hai ha., returned 
j Lake aftei :>endmg 'i- I* 
holirtsvV In " — citv T' fner. 



‘ .At Mount bl. Mary 



Ks'tei 

frjer.-;- 



Lhe conte.'U and oUier auraciioivi. 

’Teacup reading will proved.- enter- 
tainment during the altcmoon 
Tl'-- aushlarv anxiou* to nutke 
V 'i- a ■ -- a.1 n‘.- . 'pp!> of 

fi.: ■ necc.ssury for tlie parrna-^- 
coflee sugar milk. 
caJte candy and ngareifi n;*j>l be 



deft Avenue 



the rorpt oversea* and already they 
have received 5 000 cigarette 
moTithly and 1.000 poundv of maga- 



Rj-luni to Vanrouver ...'-iui.y »na i.ww pour 

, Mr _:.,t Mr* Loren " 

returned hi Vancouvei aftei M'*tun- ^ auk..iary members are bu/v , 
’ rflaUvea In Viciorn snilting ww.len comfort* whi: v. wiU 

I — e sent oven^iiS 111 Aug<L.<-t. Hefc. c 

I i.>.ntng the corps itie men wt i. i .. ; 

Anglican Young People 

. -r millwrighi* on Vancouver Island = 

hi. M.\R> 'rhfir wi..;.. mothers and inters 

Tlie .«-• Mary . Branc” held a ; g^uuped themirhea together 

ousinesa uieeiiiig on Tuesday when ^ thev men shall not be j 
•• member> were reminced to hold '"^Lhout the cnmfnrts which mean j 
their telephoi.e sraial .metime much to thoae far from home i 
41’hln Ihe next wii'k. Tlie branch | 

IS tc- enterum men of H. PnP^ndmnu^ W iU 

Ftwoes on Sumla . M... 4 Tlu * t unutu f» fff 

mitfee in ci.argr are Maigar.r /{g> 7 «/l#/k/l/ ' 

Greenway. Jean Embelion, .Ma-^, one 

l^ge. Lucille Ma< Kay, Jack Button i 

and Francis Roblt! -<n. A f'*ninn”.ee Taking part in Lite programme I 
was aLvo sppoUitiHl t» Utk> .luree wh:ri: mlil be pr«-wi;>ed bv ll.r In- > 
Mt ine co.iii’f) le;r -• b- i r..i ' ;«-rnie<i:i*- ij;. ....;. nf ifu- Muei'a;- 
4 -- • jj,,..;..;. .1 M*--|Ar- St. — t;. e'rmng g 1. 



Anglican Young People 



hi. M.\H> 



Prip^rannm* W ill 
lir (win'ti 1 oniffht 



Jas’.r' H' ii- j O rioi'k 



der»- F. -r:>-e Grernwav, Jim tr» Hall, ui aid of il.e Child.-et - 
Robinson, hYed Burd .-.-d Francis Aid WA. will be Vera Wood * ' 
Robinson llie (.resident r*-*d a let- Owen Wookwk who wiil pUv . 

•-f from the Do iinloii Cr-1-..-il ask- piano due Oaija» Hart, Shirley 
uig the branch U> chi.dren. Oumi and Sleanor swam, wiio will ' 

to send them Uie 'au-*;! : --hool ^ng. Marie Vowles. wiio iriH pxa' I 

bv Poftt ' A nwkttnn «a^ nA&«»H Ia ^ . I, 



J <pr iivcmuvia w •a**.**** 

•ei^nce in iheir own churches on 
Bt. Georges Da.'. April 23. Ai» 
rsngemenu were nude (or Uvf Ekn- 
pire Day service ami tiir Kinptre 
Dav luncheon. Tlie annual inter- 
residon .service will be held on Jujie 
’ the Plo-vii.-.-* Nightme-- Chapter 
m .'harge nt arrar>Bcinr<ni* Nomi- 
runtms for cnmn.iuce ronvenera 



FIRST I NITFll 

Members of the Flr.'t i.'Mifl 
braivch were guests of the Metro- 
poh'an Association on Tuesday eve- 
ning A abort talk on photography 
given by Mr K McAllister. ==.v fi-' 
lowed by ainging and game.* Re- 
freshmenu were wvetl at the i ic->e 
of the meeting. Next meek Uie Pir-t 



muted young people will hold an 
informal meeting under Mie learter- 
-■•Hip of the eitizenshlp ccgivener, 
Murifl Pe..dergasi 

OFFS IM)OR GRtll F 
Memoer* o! Ute Open Door Bpir- 
Ituaiisi Church will hold a whtat 
and vv» card partv on April 3f at 
8 o clock 



I .Ml*. M Bklnner has r '- »d from ' kept up 

I Harbinger A’, enuf and ha* taken up. There are fifty Viclorui men mi 
[residence at Mount Bi. M.*, .. Bur- 1 me corps overseas and already they 



ni'iee Taking part in Ute programme 
ii*rce ' wlnri: wlil be pr«-wi;»ed bv tl»r In- ■ 
.-. I ;«-rmer;:a*- IJ;. ....;. nf Ihr MuH'a;- 
M*-% I Ar- S(. e'rtung a 1. I 



Now 



f - P I ay S h oes 



from California 



M i-ii.r 'J ,*jn «nH 

• h- ... : .11 them •■*n 

o.r 1., -.'h . . .1 - ..IP Siinv 

C t , , . * ir- u hei e 



T riit‘. r.i tliem, atl 
■lilirrcnt. are here to 
; -.SI' f r o p' . 

' . A -. ff.r (he first 

t'p'e I' t|tv. 



Munday^s 

1203 DOUGLAS STREET 



LOOKING FORWARD TO 

VACATION? 



The ..onrhir...- win be Mr* F 
spark. Mfc rji*=en 
Mi Beatn.:.- Onffir. The . ... 
mai. be gjrtdle Hulford, presi- 
dent of the liiGrmediate group. 



Si. -Vihuirs Cilun'h N 
SrciM* of c(ltiii)^ 



1.0. D.E. Activities 



. A few round* with your crochet hr.ok and the. - i....:,, pin ■ 

I dolUai are your* to use as buffet or luncheon set. or ai Individual dtx.it-*. 

It * crochet eien a beginner will easily do PsUem 2758 pon==?r= dlrer- 
I tion* foe making dollies; lllustritlnns of them and ittiche* material* re 
quired ; photograph of dolly. 

I PATnCRN ORDER FORM 

{ To bt used when ordering patterns CncloM 20r. rotns preferrwL 
To: Tha Daily Colanlat. Victoria, BC 
Patlem Department 
Pattern 27». 



Addre« .. 



PaUemi Aratlabla by Mall Only 

i4U RsaeMaeuw-^ RWt't* l« ThU D«iWa RawrvHi 



Yo* N#»»» N*<d Mnt Vbw fstent* 

Progrsmmt WkfA You 0 *n i 

ginual electiic 

^'PERSONAL RADIO" 

•li t Cempic 

Cjiy ta Csrni 

Simple to 0p4'ii< 



omeuwx , 



STOP THAT COUGH 
AND SLEEP WELL 



A wracking rough often keep* yau 
awak* at mght and I* a heavy i 
I strain on your rltaUtr. Bronchial 
Pibec are oonstanUy IrrlUted 
RM'i BronehiUtis Remedy has 
been dtvtinped especially to meet 
this condltlOT It U tnadc from a 
•ontfung emulsion of Car.^.:ian 
Balsam. Reid's Bronchitis Rem^y ' 
1* on sale for 86c and 58c at aU 
Cunningham Drug Stores and other , 
drug ttorea tAdet) I 



: ■ f*.-- • rtii rrali/r It. ll.; :'InMrrn '\tll f»c ••nf ff 
•*• I -il aniJ vaiatinii lini*' will be licre. 

'rhi*^ plan y#»ur varafion e.irly, ami m/'i a teal 

.1 •lit!.:” on \ancou\j'r I**lan«l- -the nt:- = fM.pul.ir 
.at lii-in plkyrtfonnil in tbr Tatifir Norlb"* 'i. i >n the 
'•laivl arc rc--»rl^ for r'.i-r_\ t\|>c ..f vai‘5»ion -pa^wJe, 

Ia»“’ ’ihorc .nnH mountain p!- : ::roumU at :.rire lo 
4ni( e\er’ i>iir<ie. 

hvpiire at the \bct*Tia Depot for drtaib of hotel 
.1 . •rmm.alation and bu- transfnrt^tion lo an* Ddand 
i.MiInt b ab;:ut the "\>kt Porlpt XNyatioij;; ’ v liicl. 

• all-cxpcnse trip? to Qnalicum Br^^b. pV.rbiddeti 
Plstrau ami Korhea Landinjf. 

VANCOUVER ISLAND COACH LINES Ltd. 



DEPOT: 629 IKOUGHTON STREET 



PHONES: E 1in - C 1171 







( 




mpatiij 



50lt$ 



RECKITTS BLUE 



PREVENTS CLOTHES FROM TURNING YELLOW 



PUT WESTMINSTER ON YOUR 



Court of Appeal 



Violence Rages at Ford’s River Rouge Plant 



Victoria Sittings 



'Hip court hPftrd Ute appeal* lit 
Rex v«. WUUam Detn&oo, H&rry 
Paatnk-koff axJd Pete Novearlakl yes- 
terday. Henry CaalUlou. K C , ap- 
peared for the Crown; Phillip Mam- 
den. the appellants. Uemaon and 
Ncivnelsik, and John D McPhre. 
(or the appellant Pasliuckulf 



Mrs, Peter McLoughlin Is 
Awakened to Find Cloth- 
ing on Fire In Home 



AwakarUn* from an afternoon 
rest u< find her room filled with 



aninke and Ute bedclothes on fire 



Judce u> til aiicouver n anu 
ary last for armed robbery of one 
Robert Smith, of the Terminal City 
Club, and stealing the i>um of 15 75. 
and each was sentenced to five years 
In Uie pemienilary. 

The grounds of appeal were ml5- 
laken tdenuiy, wrongruT appIlraUon 
of SecUon 6# of Ihe Code as lo Past 
tilckoff and wrongful admiMion of 
the past record of Noveselski In re- 
spect to offences committed by him 
as a juvenile. 

The appeals were dixmiMed a* to 
the appellants Demson and Paet- 
nlckoff The appellant Nnvexehkl 
succeeded In having hu sentence re- 
duced U) three and one-half vean* 

The court adjourned to l\ie*das 
April 31, when Rex vs Row appeal 
will be heard 



River Road. Comox. siniggtrd half- 
may to (he door before collapsing 
on Wednesday afternoon Her body 
woa found at S 30 pm.. by a bakery 
salesman who noticed unnke In the 
house and called neighbors. It was 
reported by the Provincial Police 
Pending an autopsy on the body. 
It wae as.vumed that Mrs .McLough- 
Un had succumbed to annex Cloth- 
ing nil a chair beside the bed. and 
atifne of the bedcioihing was on fire 
when neighbors entered the room 
Meanwhile. iinronnrious of the trag- 
ery. three children placed In the 
grounds outside the home on UHie 
River Road It was believed that 
the fire started with a cigarette 
peter McLoughltn, the widower, 
and three children survive Inquest 
was ordered by the Provincial 
Police and wtU be conducted today 
at Comox 



TO KirORT ' U5NDON April 17 U- ' 

Beaverbrook. Minister «if Airrra'i 
ANKARA. Turkey, April 17 <iPi— Production is •suffering cnimider- 
Herman Ambaaaador Pranx von able pain and Inoorivenience' as 
Papen has arranged to leave toda re«ull of two eje nperttloh* but li 
for Berlin "to report" a German |«tiU on the job it was learned to- 
PJnbaaev spoke, ^man said loday day 



RADIOS 



Motor Co's River Rouge plant aa workers attempted to enter the plant through C I O. -United Automobile Workers' 
its are shown here beUboring s worker who attempted to enter the plant. The victim it attempting to shield 
This hght, confined to a few men. was of short duration, but was repeated in a score of places around the plant 

as the strike grew in violence. 



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You'll co|oy The rich tone quality of this attractive 6-tubg 
radio . thf cabinet is walnut in no mar finish and very 

attractively grained. It will be a lovely addition to your living- 
room furniture as well as giving your family fine radio enter- 
tainment and pleasure. Has plug in for record player and 
the newest type of tone control Long and short-wave bands 
that will give excellent results See these fine radios and 
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saving! 

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Radios, Fourth Floor at THE BAY 



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your whit* wash heeds blue 

to prevent clothes from 
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thing riar ta prevent that grevisk- 
seilow tinge. 

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washing ami thev moellv gel 
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thing lo make them really whim 
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\miual yf'iyle lUdio r;ulde 
>ote* I nmnlisn sa f'sTorlte 
Radio fttar 



Tomatoei. Aylmci 
16 01 t'Nt 



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The aixhth armital Mmie Radin 
Ouidc pr'II pijbilAlied rer-ently TOteri 
Br'tJ Hi'pe rnmertlan. tha number 
nne i»ar of eiar* Jark Bennv, Don 
Mt'Neiti And Bind Crrwby foDowitig 
Hope in t)- ’ order other stam In 
the firat ten were Edgar Bergen and 
Don Amn'lic 

Break!**! Club wae voted the 
favorite pmframrtie nf Mnvla-Radlo 
I'riilde reader*, and (he mo*( pnpu- 
)ar vnrietv ap'-w One ManV 
Family was •••nted the be^t draman- 
«eriai and in addirinn, Carlton F 
More- ' drama was eeond to th* 
Breakf »i Club In the vrKe for tjie 
favorite prnrmmme 

Wr-HT AfTOR 

Don At; -Me «*e named th* 
foiorue xnor and Don McNeill, nf 
the 8re«v'- : cNsh »»» rhonen mas- 
ter »y re"efnor:e» 

The faiorite male singer of popu 
lar arm* “:l’ Bing Cmahv and 
RJrhard Croeicr eiprt«d top male 
-'-^asiral Alnper 

Lowell Ttiooi** H V Ksllenbom 
and Walter wincheil Vd the field 
in *‘ne —'“ng oa news eommeniaiorr 
The fporte drnadraAl favorite ifat 
Bill R>m Kav Ktbpt'* Colleg^ of 
Musya] Knowledge second In the 
list of fatnrite iPMXlral *hov*. was 
voted moet popular audience par- 
*■ ipation I,**.:- Information PVaae 
mon In two rUaaifiration*. QuV 
^-.w and Ertucational ahowa ‘TTie 
Qulx Kids were voted tavarlie chil- 
dren's programme. 



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articles through a vait variety of unique and varied mer- 
chandise (lortnerly treasured in the homes of our people — 
now donated to help the victims of war) on to heirloomt 
and articles of great interest and value hard to duplicate 
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HOW TO COMBAT 

Rheumatic Pains 

H f i 1 1— Illy sm* sr* oflM* raoaod by wk 
srid ■ Itw yoad TTm kM MyiiiTj 
•Md b aitrsrtod by rko ktdMyt. M bd- 
twya fail. m4 nr*a* vtr sod Tfiini. if 
kritaio* tho «MwrU* aad i«Mla raoidu 
nT«aMM| paM. TrMi rki—Mu pam 
W koopatf y«B kiAaryt m Mud rmMtam. 
Tak« rof^y Dodd'a Kfkwy Pdb !■ 
ball a roMwj Iko fttwilo kMSMr rwaody. '9t 

Dodd s Kidney Pills 



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tapt of water at the bot-tois' 
DirRctnr— Ceiialnly. De you think 
m want jkri lo drown? a 



Wm Dlrwior— Don't ftrfpt now 
You look around, dLsrowr that some 
<WM* is chasing you. and then diw 
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a pew bulkUiitf now tUM^r ormnlnic- 
Uon U <~'<>mplete V..- ■ lUlrd. 



April l.-- upi;: ij.ip «ao(ic>ui« 
jc?'.*' It 2ou'--!_i'd. Ueniiui.i 
iwmbr- ikutl lut. iwu fcupp.y 

neur Kt^^p. {'iwrue, ixtitoed auu 

m»chme>giU.ned. 

April la- -Diirct hit- obuineil by 



Frl’nd- ?i're- jw were qi,.te • 
iUOcerj> on thwl qule pn^ 



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AdmirmUjr wiU be mule in w new 
type of war Uiduiiries plwnt to be 
buiJt. equipped wnd In opemion 
nere wjihln the next i«i. weeks. Will 
Vuun, of Vlvun Works. 

Ltd . aimoimced tooay 

Vivian wid lie could not duulip- 
what type of matrumerH« the new 
plant would make. 

Corutrucllon ol the equipment 
haa already ataned in another eec- 
tlon of the plant here, and work 



Navy and Air Force Destroy 
Thirty-Seven Enemy Ships 
In Two Weeks 



Two-Ocean Navy for United 
States Growing Rapidly 
Under Pressure 



Jc tin* - ert 

simple -you ecc I'm the father of 
five aniail l> 



uiui iell -iiikiiu. aOanduiieu by 

irew. 

Apiii 10 -One hiiip Jii lua 
Haroo;. Emrea. nit by H A F t>oin> 
April 9 — tiritPJi submarine in 
t " Mediterranean torpedoed 
ship ui abfiui 13.000 ions and one 

of b ouo ton:^ 

April 7— Oeruian destroyer tor- 
pedoed by i'.* -tal command au- 
erali off t-na- = of PrsaKc. believed 
to have sunx. luioilier destroyer 
damaged by bow bomb hit. 

April i — F'lve Italian destroyera 
sunx in Red Sea La-one, Nazarlo- 
Bauro and Uanirle by natal 

aircraft. Pantcra and Tigue by 

lUUiig 

April :: -Merviiani aiiip off ooaac 
of Denmark torpedoed by naval air- 
craft 

At>ril l -lVo tankers set aAre by 
RAP. off Le Hs\7e. Prance, and 
lei! ftinking. d*«troyer off Preklaii 
UU« - i ' - and cane 

ianr:till, likung iiraviiy 



(lay Oil a coritract rovering the an* 
nuai lixhUii operations a' Cintit.n: 

Alista 

Tlie agreroimt was reavla-'l 
iween the Alaska Fi8hetinen»| 
Union, the Marine er.gme«r» Ma - 1 
rine Firemen, Machini--- ijmon 
Cw)k.<v and 8>ward« and Radio Op- 1 
erators. atflllatea of Uic Manuine' 
Federation of 



ited With Shooting Down 
22 Nazi Planes 



LCjNDON. April 17 KP> Ac!lilg 
Bqiiadron Lewder R.nland Robert 
Bianford Tuck it • ■■r- of Britain* 
a -en of the war 

rhis tall. br>)wd->Ji o u'l d e r ed 
iwrntj -four-year-old English lad 
na.s been officially credited with 
anoouiig down twenty-two rm-my 
putting nun in tiie fir«t 
flight of Bmisii fighter pllota 
tie hOldA tliK* DHUi.guUiied oervur 
Oitier. the Diatinguuhed Flym« 
Crooa and two bars In addition, he 
w.rars an Iron crows presented to 
hiiii bv a Nazi Hirmsn -ajiom 'ruck 
si.ot dowii *> 

Born In ly/ixiMU l ira *l’e 

I'f’.jii Au ror.- five • He 

woii (he Opt l.««i June alter In 

eigj.'.-pj.'uo' r' =r-.l ai. 

ei.einy lonna>ion of iifiv and sr,. - 

down 'en ,r,i. .. fy; 

a. oUi r i wrii:- 



MILL 

BAY 

FERRY 



u- Th* < snaO'Bi) Prru' 

The brusque manner ui which a 
squadron of . tl>e Mediterranean 
P>et ‘ annihilated an Italian con- 
voy of five supply xhips and the 
three destroyer* that were intended 
to protect them pouued out Uiuay 
the joint camiMign of the navy and 
Royal Air Foroe which, aince April 
1, ha* aunk or M-rloualy damaged at 
least thirty-seven Akls slilpa 
Ttiese Uilrty-aeven craft included 
eight deetroyera of Italy"* dwindling 
navy, all sunk, mostly by British 
action, but two by acuUJing when 



WASHINGTON, April 17 V 
A-v Ttihg Uiat "prACticAhy < \ery 
' ip that u under conairoction 
ahead of acheaole Navy Secretary 
Frank Knox told the Senate De - 
fence Invesiigatlug Committee today 
that the United State* Nary would 
have a iwo-oeean flert ready at 
the earliest possible moment. ’ 
TeelUylng in an inquiry into th- 
letting of contracts. Knox aald Uiai 
tlie riovy had moved ahead at maxi- 
m'iin *peed under a dearthne that 
" 1 * alwaya just tomorrow.'' 

"Under .-uch pre.'.sure,'' he de- 
clared. ' we cannot sit around and 
- when 

fvd K^nir‘.;ilng of a'rrrlute nev*' 
sitj for military result* We jusi 
have to liav^ it. we are respoi^'ible 
for getting U and It would be a 
Tinilnal act If wr didn't get it 
N'ntUii mat li.r r. ivy had <^ 11 - 
'.rac-ed in 'lie rurrent fiscal year 
for the coi-trucuon of 639 shijis. 
Kn- H “td that many of ine craft 



he Paclft--- 
The expedlUon to Chignik 
carireled last year when the 
and the as"'claunn became dc .d- 
■CA'ked in contract negotiation.-* 
Contract' covering Bristol Hay. 
Alaska, salnum operations now are 
...'.der conskleraiion 



ALTSPRIKC ISLAND 

FERRr 



EXCEPT WEDNESDAY 



r 'UR.ME.RLY assl.vUnl yardma,ster 
1 Alyli. Yard. Calgary, ha* 

'..k*:. >jver hi* new p:'- as general 
:J;fui*ier at Vrt:=:ouver. eucceed- 
iMg W' D. McLeod, promc-c-^i to e-- 
,)*rii.iBi>deni. Mr Peccud 
“-Ut turM -- tusk, as 
m l'»iv Mi.ii »iea.h:;. in 
: . c IT. pj-*':- Railway - yard 



L* F«Ko«g Hsrber 
I IS *m 
4 00 p m 



Annaul Just Issued Covers 
1941 Activmes of Cadooro 
Bay Organization 



AHlatwakUt* 'terlug'ni gr««rt', 75c I* $150 
fliungtrt 2Sc 

Tryckf (Aclvldisg grtver $1 35 il $3 00 

M«l*revtl«^,^J«wchidiflf dn*er 50c 

f*t Fartkcf Infe'Miiicn jnd Motor Csick 
Caes*<t(ei««' Fkont E 1177 . E H7| 



hruftenay Pionef*r 
Dies in I aneonver 



AfOSTREAL April 17. - Pa^--»-ncerB 
* r—l-'--.- did not receive tirlceu 
:-e = !- j- •.;mey •• -irn trav. 



o( schedule He declared that the 
>o< al value of coniraclg and 

orders '■ ? Julv 1 wta 

14 47f>41io.M 

At tnr.f hr ir„i:ea. the 

navy had let lontraci* for 6.038 
pl.iiieN in the oirrent year. Further- 
lie Aoid. "almoat dally" the 
navy Lviiing material to Britain 
from lU stock on hand. 

He spoke glowingly of progress on 
ktiore fMeUiue.-. including r<ew bases 
acquired from Britain in Uie At- 
lantic 



cuLF niANM rtmiYea 

^ ^ UMITIP 



. -.upply *iiipy earning 

=**i iii:.iport iKu- ammomiion 
>hip. 4 00(^tons. iwu ships of 

i.i -1 i*r " transporli Ail 
•link bv tru- r.vvsl between 

fiic;ij and Tnj>«>U. *(hip 

of '">j ton* and ammunliiou ship 
of t non foil* blown up by R A P m 
Valona Harbor. Albania, two heav- 
d;.- laden coo tal ves.seU left sink- 
ing bv aerial bomb hit* off norlh- 
Wf • of France, fn-ighter off 

i*!‘!(d .*? Borkom hit twice an ' 
«hi|» all by RAP 
A|i'" --iubmarine 'Fi*.:-; ■ 

iwdoed and sank lOOOO-ton tanker 
en route to German - occupied 
Fn .ch port; ve* 'I In lY^lpoll Har- 
buxnlitx fiercely after RAF 
bombirwi. .-pply ship nf about 4 000 
s hit and left with cloud.s of 
-n im i.j.-pmg m RAF roiiJ of 
'•rlwndv c i-onvoy 
A|wll 14 -Large vessel at Tripoli 
-seen burning flrcejy after RAP «i- 
>ok. supply ship of about 1.S00 tom 
hit by two bombs off Netherlands 



v’.ead. U>«^' were accoueted for by 
individual entries on a waybill 
'Imilar to ih; lis- used for the 
carrIasT of freight 
This prac’-’re of the pre-tlokei 
••-n was explained by W E. Norton, 
chief of isriff and ticket bureau 
Can-*i3n N-:iuniI RsUway- duiing 
the course ©f an addrci.; delivered 
here Wed? r e’*: 1*'* the mem- 
br-i nf the Canadian RalLrrtd Hit- 



’.*•1011 during the com., mont 



of Hie late P«-ter McGregor, well- 
Ki. meirtisnt and mining man 
of K t ■' Bi* di d l«xL,y here, Pne 
r- -wn in linUi the Ke?:- 
'.Qd N--t . dlstriiis where «.he liad 
lived fr: the pest flftv year*. 

Mrs MrOi. r*--r came to Vancouver 
three ui. o:; - «g»j Her husband dted 



islands and 
work averages 56 per 
rent completed- Knox euted. 



SHIP by TRUCK 



dub for 1941. 'I't .-f rur— 
■heir • iM, Uieie arc Hen', nt 
I 'fliUng !o liou-'e rtil;s, flo, 
aioormg reguhtuoitr. mp* and 
petiuo*i>. with the racing l wl 
Ing rven^' ‘ lor the •• -.in. 

Tl*on there t* infornm-ion 



torlcal A.-. 



IT ante, 



A' traffic oevcloped Mr Nortcr 
evpiAi;i;- com V tendered for 
ra::- y joi-me* and . -htinued 
hti] the "invenUon" of ticket^ 
which foll':-rd in 1840 
Mr. Norton explained the tech- 
nique required for the mac.hLner.'- of 
eupi/... and distrlbiiHon of tlrke^ 
used by the Canadian National Rail- 
" 'fl'.” line of .<upply alone rc- 

Ilf the ciMiiJoy '«nt of a ron- 
;■ ? num: f of indiddual* in 

p:!. e.«tablishmepis making a 

dlre'-i contributlcm (f; Hie ec». i.Tilc 
vvel!.»re of the country. 



hirpfHwt HittI Soitt 



WE COVER THE ISLAND WITH 
15 SCHEDULED TRIPS DAILY 



ARRIVE IN CANADA 



Commission to Transfer 
Ships to Britain Under 
Lend-Lease Bill 



VANCOUVER, April 17 lCF> The 
Hrtr5">r Boards fireboat ^'.uvius 
which once .-erved aa a whaler out 
of Victoria, has been aoid for scrap 
The huU. with pump and engme* 
remove'l, ha* been Ivtng In tlie Brit 
Uh Columbia M.xrlne $’ard» here for 
leral veur^ When a wiialer, the 
br • - owned by CoawyJidated 
Whaling Corporatlim. Victoria 



PHONE 



SPECIAL TRIPS BY ARRANGEMENT 



AN F..\ST COAST CANADIAN 
[•ORT. April 17 <CP' A compura 
'ixoiy larje group of Royal Air Prirre 
• men were landed here 

tod . and were .-med away by nUI 
to tjieir r; .. ipv‘- In Catiada It 
believed - • would fit into 
planr t'« — Ilmi* for 

the *kv war* In Europe. 



ISLAND FREIGHT 
SERVICE, LTD. 



for foi* •■tiiie r. 1 ^ { 

Ui' Beaufort -,t mr riog 

and sailing . <!ie proper ui^ '-•> 
of on je- : wit’- le ■; 

Icm V‘.'**xui and and - -r*- 

lom.- regulaitcmi* for vialiinK Ciift, 
JtMOR niMMON 
A chapter * -.1 to Uie a*pa«.- 
Uons of Uhe ciiiU f*<r the rurre'!’ 
vear bv W H Oolby. chaimiaii of 
the euiertainme- -.ninmit'- r, an- 
prqi>ris:.-;> •.:.<! Tlie r . i Vi- 
toria V-i ; I Club Came.' on ' .Nor 
'ie.v Hie li ^’* book y H.e 

JuiU 'i Inv Hi*’ abJr^ le.. j- 

erahiii ol Cemmudore J Siunehew-r 
Die •'■uncer memoera ha.* "■’••.•n 



WASHINGTON. Ap.ii 1? 

r lini'ed S’"'*- shijr h:,\n 

• fi ;^ed t-. Maritime Com 



DOUGLAS AT 
CALEDONIA 



Britain umler the liCnd-Lec:'' 
It was H.r flr*t trarwfer nf 
• U uii ; the act and t. • • 
by H: MarUinie t r,ff, 



TJie lour ver. eu < H. be regl.-ierfd 
under the Bmuut t'”- and Uirv wUl 
be Jii*i;r;"d ri*‘ -i \ l<r!V :: fWI 
ce'*- Hmi •' * 'ne commusKm 

S.l’il 

The ;.;p • li-- h.fum Doncac. 
fer. of the .-.j'pilig Co • Robtn 

l.iii'’;, Jii't (lelivtred a i; .. %h'p 
from the yards to '.s MarKimr 
< 'omnu.";r'n nud given ovc* t© Uie 
Hrituh n'l'enmieni at Baltimore, 
the Almeria Lvkea. of the Lvkea 
nr.i* Steanisiiip Co , tne Exemplar, 
rf the Amerh an Fx.ort Mne^. and 
the N' ..H.igaJe, of the lirace Line 



U»e y . • Winter, impr.":' • 
pr«'i:.. > and making u*> 
juse for g.m; • and vi> 
ment nighl after n*xht 
n-.e annua; i* th* -.-.(nk i 
F Uiwrence ar l W. H 
and judging from tr.c 
ha.s ’« e|i wflt-j ; -1 ^ 



Navi* Rvaeuatlng Great Sea Port a* 
ILeauit of llarntnerlnga by Royal 
Air Forre 



BwrrvAk 

Vt II » 

PA< HKNA 

ic.-i 



VANCOUVF.R Apnl 17 «CP> •• 
Tlie German |K»rt of Bremen, hafi - 
w. Rm-al Air Force 

raids I be.iiB ev.i ...Hed t.« fe t. *> 
potslhle, Oer’T-;. Jewuh refugee* 
wti.i ar-iv^ here from the On- 
on the Japan^^j= liner Hei^n Vani, 
said today In the group were rel 
UficeA fmm "-rerai iterinan cities, 
Rumania and Huir -r-, Tlvey left 
>;-iroi>e only i- -:r weex^ Hgu. 

Eighteen •••eet* Ui Bremeti. , In- 
ciiidma all the biik.<img-. lining 
ha-= been (iff!, •••d bv R A F 
raid*, s .....ih frnm Hremen - i-l 
Forty others had been bwdlr dam- 
aged 

Tlie Arvav- ge- ir.oi-- food Mian 
the Jewa. much more woman 
said "Prices have gone up a little 
but not much Re ' -tlonn cherk 
rue* are enforced with 

heavv penaluev for offendrr 

She said Germany w*ws luf. ring 
a ml labor shortage 

About 1 (XX> JewA were being sent 
out of Vienna tor Poland each 
w-eek. the relugeax xaLd. on ordr:a 
that the city lnu^' be cleared of aU 
Jer- They wiU leav* tonight (or 
Peattlf and from there go to other 
pntfits in the Uni'—.! Bla'.e 



I An DKAlk C.^sr t, 



ajro ... a Canaflian 
riistillrry st^t out t.c (listiU 
wIiLskif^ that, wlicu ajzt'fl and Merifled, 
wouki b 4 ‘ smooth fiKMJLdi to n^tpiiro 
no mixer olhrr than plain water. 

Success was actiievefl mid world 
apfFroval of St'a^^ram’s (Canadian 
whiskif^s has Imilt a ^eat inter- 
national husineH.s. 

1 'he smof)th. mellow and deliratr 
Cfinadian whiskies of the House of 
S'aKYam requirt* no mixer otlw*r than 
plain or sparkling water. 

VVhiskiesdNtilltNi. a^e<l aivt blended 
in the Sea^rram manner now outsell 
all otliLTs on the .\merit^ (Xintinent. 



COASTING CRAFT 



Jc«n 



♦••n er *• Prn." - 
Vurr--- ae'if tot *! 

rr:;.4i Re(tM**n ' 

«!'’ erri.v r 

•Vine »t In :.r-! 
lei • -i:;r fit ?-s::u- et • 
Ir:... » <nu tm«e tren 8»i 

IP i - 

Vl^ i- niA-PnifJ 
*Ui letve v;. -.-rie deU« tut 

• ( f IV B a - lr.-^....s »i" 

tone dS'it (r: .1 e\>tt Anjr 

SWAAT2 BAV-&A1.T XeaiN 
Mt Cr «; ' u«v» 

•ac*«( WediiVidai. Ja> i....*ur< 

• 10 • m en-l tea H* c 
l*«>t PviKerd Htrii-r for 

It rt'-TPl fV>.-r*«:BT e' 
end < s R, 

VICTORtA-Ot.'L.^ ULAN:<9-‘ 
-*• mn«e«i M«-- eiH '«et« 
10 14 em. Ta*Kle>i. ter M 
OuU l*i«rd> Bt Prlrr»<* Mat 
et Victoria Tie QwK Ui" 



wear COAgT- .i. eTtnetw l«-’et> : Pe 
PrinreM UeoNiri?<« ~ i»a\- V\' a ter 

Pert Allre end *«i Ceeit poieit bl Van- 
!i:«Ad an l^a (ft. il'>! and Ji<i et 

«e.-ii r-.sr.-f. 

»»**«Arw<'-VAf«C. VTeft ~ tu T .r.Lfa 
rc-^r jnea er PUrabeth «!■. <*•(• Ms- 
iBime daiir rarevt Saiurdai hn* ,*i. 

• I 110 s -1 end ofT »e T- -.-ra 

P'ain*. Ji-en r.r Bl;teb*in ei.l 'M>e >e- 

■la.-'.i Beiurder ar:.r el 1 10 e a . * *• 

V. *!(.• 0 IV »» .■•( *• 1 ;ti» 

.'nao cr r :>ehr:-. ei' (••T)- B>-,»lrse 
Snrnei cr-r el •• 4> f.« r:::.--Te» 

fiei-» .foen *t t'./e'-nt: •::: erf:»» el 

Henaime dailr e«r'*;<i Peiuraer atm 
Oar at I M a iri ao* I M a m . Be ’?f ‘TS' 
;ea Sieir,* Joan -• *’iirar*>n «'1I ar-irt 
at Hanna* Ao-'i-iit ar : ei >10 end 
ISO p— Be r:eir- Jn*r. «r 

ClissrUt *iii err-i* at Nerteiao •order 
•»P;| •' ? rr p “• ard U ;C V S' 

NA-WATMO - .tSPWlOlJV ■ Me Alrrfide 
•Cl i»err Oanedien Pacir'e Whirl, he- 
— a daitr •efeat WedneeSar' at I 10 
am (er Oeanala 

■RtNTWCH.VO-uru t*T - lie Ce>>-ed« 
etii leBT* ■•rDtraoS far III.’ Waf e-rr? 
Bar. eeorpt -■wi(4er el : s a 10 a a 
} aa I a<- « a Me -.-eeTe-it «il’ 

wate M-ii Bar far ■rrBl*o*d **»?? dor 
trcApt B>ir.ta« at 0 N a I* M a a . 
: 10 a ?r 1 M p - « M Hi c*i- 

r*de «ii) lea a a--t**ad r<«r Bar 

aw WwaSara at 0 ar. . IB a . 11 a a. 
Ipa-laM *ars.lau Wa CworwSe 
nil leiT* W' : k*T (ar Braataeod an Ban- 
da r« at 0 to a . i" » a m . i! M a a . 
iloar.iMaa, ortaa.onaa. 



RECTAL SORENESS 
AND 

PILE TORTURE 

QUICKLY RELIEVED 



If rna are irauS'a^ wl’h lUh no atiea « 
rawtwl a*?aana. d* nov drier iraaimant and 
t'.:r> Uia rial a( laCiTt* thta s-'-dl-':* he 
cflaa rhrMVt Asr ilwMot rr aateneM na 
aainPil aaaaafa «( ir?m 'a natur* a ••m- 
mt. OOd arwwr tfealwent ••'“-'td *a 
aaearad at --rce 

Par thia aarpooe tat a aarltoe of Re'n 
•old fraaa Madam Fhaiaa-r er c^''n-n4. 
i-4:r. C?raa Binraa. a? an* draattai awd ua 
a* dirattad Thu (ataala. it u*#« 

tolarwalU la a mar ta tata tea et 

• 111 aaKlIr raiwva lha t’--*nna and anra- 
rieaa and SM -n ttaalina *he sare 'ander 
•••aa Hrai-llard M amaaeM i* g*a tt 

h-Oh*- ■n»r’**d, and >t *e»ma the 

ha'Oht at t-»". (•* an? ^a •- •la i-amru’ 
and rhTor.la •!•• r.3w;;i:.-r. •-.»- a.»rh • 
riw raaadr mm M nad ot ‘ a waaki 



:m*s Famous Brands 



SEAGRAM'S ‘V O. " SEAGRAM'S "KING'S PLATE 
SEAGRAM'S "OLD RYE" 

JJ oz.. 16 01 .. 2S oz. find 40 oz. bottles 
from *I 25 to >4 05 



Jot. E. Seoffaih 6 * $pnt Ltmited, Wataioo^ Ont. DuttUas of Fine WhuJ(^ Since l 8 j 7 



tr ma trr H**> Wald ar-* era nai an: 
a<*aead aith the raeulia aaar drvrao’a- 
f^diT retare rMt waanr. ■* 



This advertiiement u ool p 





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IS YOU HAVE TO WORK NIGHTS! 



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Allju-^Uirk 0*blp In •Com- 
rade A 

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aUh Oeo:, Fonnby 
iaptiol — Ntirke. Roone> In 
• Andy Hardy'a Private Sec- 
retary. ' 



CASH AND 
CARRY 



GROCETERIA 



ttominioii Sereen U shuwtna 
The U»n( tioinr ' 

With Jwhn Wayne 



THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP 



Againat the highly dramatic and 



age Home." viih Thomaa 
Mitchell. 

l>ak Bay — Escape." «lUt 
N<vma Shearer 

Plasa— -Trail of Ute Vigl- 
lanteji" lurrmg Franchot 
Tone 

Klo— Jean Parker In Knlghta 
of the Range " 

\ork— "The Mikado." aiarrlng 
Kenny Baker. 



Nabob Tore Mrawberr,* 
Jam. 4-lb tin 



Ayloier Oraiife Mai- ^ 
maUde. 4-1b. tin O 

lUiyal ( ity Marmalade. ^ 
4-lb. tin .. O 

Nabob SperlaJ Marmalade, 
atige, Lemon and Orapr- ^ 
fruit. 4-lb. Un v 

Mnrray'a .\pple and 4 
Strawberry Jam. 4-lb tin O 
Columbia Apricot Jam, A 
4-lb. tin 4 



TODAY! 

FRI.I FOR ONE WEEK 

ins in:sr 

(:oMh:i)\ 

un I 



»ky. Waller Wanger a new acre* i 
preaenutton. “The Long Voye"- 
Home" opena today at the Doniu 
ion Theatre. 

Baaed on the famous sea playa of 
Eugene O'NeiU, Americas greateat 
playwright. It ia John FanJ’a first 
Argoay production, and waa fUmed 
from a brlUlanl screen play b; 
Dudley NichoL The hwnd-pickod 
cait of thla thrUUng sereen hit is 
headed by auch duthtgulahed piay- 
cra aa John Wayne. Thomaa Mit- 
chell, Un Hunter, and Includes 
Barry PlUgerald. Wilfred Laiwaon, 



Marriib Pineapple. 

( ruMied and SUred. un 



(tordon Head loganharriea 
ver» ^ UJI 



.\usiralian Pearhea, (itoiden Arras 



%uslrallan Apneota. 
large lin 



pit 

TwW»?* 



WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF JAM. JELLY. CANNED FRUIT AND 

OLD COUNTRY MARMALADE 



liaa pulled a surprise out of the 
bag, playing her flnt-and-furlouf 
cooiedy role and running tha com- 
plete gamut nf aaaignraenta for a 
fvjfnedienne In •‘Comrade X. ’ her 
new co-starring picture wlih Clark 
OaM^s. now showing at the Atlas 
Hieatrc. 



.Spencer's Pork and Beana In 
Tumato -Nauce, Q OCe* 
li-ot. (Ins O tor £ G C 



Todd's Uorsrshtke IQ gw 

.'*alnion. 'I's. per tin I wG 

Nabob Or Hruruwlrk i Cm 

(lilrken lladdlr, per tin I D v 

Clover l,ea/ Herrings In Qm 
T omato Sauce, oval tin wv 

lute .Salmon. Qm 

per tin vC 

Beacon Brand kaniy i A 

Tuna l-lakes. per tin I 4C 

< anadlan Smoked Sardines in 
pure olive QCaa 



l'rl»i-«. 
l-l|i tin 
3-lb. 

Un 



Conatry Kl»t Golden 
Banum l orn, per Ut 

Nature's Beat Whole 
Kernel Com. per (in 

Orchard Grove ^ 
t ut Green Beanv O 



Hr. .larkvon'i Homan Meal. Bekua 
or Livhuv. Q T as 

per |«kl. QIC 

Ktvredded Wheat Riwalta. 4 

IRer pkf. 1 UC 

.Malkin'v Be»( Tea. QCa» 

Mb. pkl .. DOC 

Blue Hibbun Tea. CAa« 

l-ll>. pkl. D4C 

l.ddv V 'f'-ciuMlat> hrv. OOaa 

pkl of n botes kwC 

l.dtlv’s Comet Malchev 
pkl of i; ^laea ICC 

Helmet ( omed Beef. 1 Cg% 

per lin I DC 

II Banrhii Corned Beef ^ 7as 

II oi . per (In I I C 

Swift* Pure Pork d 






A-NU INTKOHIT ISO 

KATHRYN GRAYSON 

Andy's Singing Sweethegrt . . 
With Her Glorious Golden Voice? 



. Fortress of Democracy . ' 

C. Murrow Furopean ( hlrf »r CBS 
Tellk (hr Story of a Heroic People . . . 
Men. Women and Children. Cnlted In (he 
Greatest War I- IToei in llistorv . . Still 

Finding lime (n M<>|‘ 



Lynn Q P7« 

Valley Peai w Una fc I U 

lJbb>'s l ooked ^ PAr 

.spaghetti W ima Gs/L 

Polks' Orange Ju><>. QQr 

large 50-ot. tina OwW 

Libhy a Omiige June, 1 Aes 

13-o«. Un I'tt 

Glen Ba« Grapefruit June, IS- 



Joint Permanent Board tu 
Keep Abreast of Chang- 
ing Conditions 



HEINZ SPECIALS 

Tomato Kmhup. 4 Q 

14 rtc bottle I Q 

Strained Foods. <2 OC 
all kind% WfarfcO 

Cream lomato OC 

Soup. lo-oT tin* w for bO 
Prepared MutUrd. A 



fcMlKE pKtMUl - nils j 
PKATl'RF no TO BKlIlsH RLI.IKF j 



PETE SMITH'S "QUIZ BIZ 
CARTCX)N IN COLOR 
LATEST WORLD NEWS 



MONTREAL. April 17 '_cm- 

i i.-vM .',f plan* fui the mlUtary and 
= drl« i- of Ut Kjistem and 
f <11 - >a of Canada and the 



Mi<ke« Rooner Marred With Voung 
Singer in ’ \ndv liardv'i Pri- 
^le 'Jecrets'^' ' 



( nevae A Bta^kwrlla Grapefruit 
Juice I iifcwretened, 1 i O 

iO-ox. Un I I W 

Libby's Grapefruit Juice, 1 

TO-ot. tin I tv 

Kelo Apple Juice. Irtg* 

12 - 01 . tin lUW 

orchard CUy Apple Juire OQg* 
4»-oi. tin tOU 

Welch a Grape Joke. 9Q#s 



SAVE WITH '7HRIFTICKETS 



-Vvlmer Home-Made <>reen lo- 
male Idchte, OCsa 

17-os. botUr tOC 

tJbby'a Sweet Mustard QCaa 
Pickle. 27-i*t Jar QDC 

Favorite l«H«d Potted ^tral 

- ..„,25c 



dav ' J the : -:iida-DnU*d States 
Joint Permanent Defence Board. 

The board from now on will de- 
V.:.:. 'LKeif to keeping these platu> 
I'j date to meet changhig conch- 
:iii' announrenient. 
made after a Lhtee-day stutng. 
wluih Included a aeaalon with New- 
foundland Oovemment offlrlaU 
Tlifl annoui-”--.enl. by Mayor 
Fioicllo Lr'iivardla of New York 
and i-<-» M BigRat of OUa«a 
*<<-chalrmen, acisie:! 

KKAI.ISTU VILW 
"The board must nalurallv take 
a roHiL’tir t.. .. of coTidUlo*-: and 
th^ffM.rc the plana have been pre- 
;-red jith minute detail in the 
event that It becutiiea rvece-vaary to 
defend eui.er the Eastern or -Weal* 
of our countries Noth- 
ing U left to be done but to put Che 
-■■'.n h.--- , ’AUan 
T- .lutemc-’- said Uiat matter.'' 

the deieiwr of New- 
T- :c cui.ved at U • 
moinmKs tec ‘'>n rvuh Hon. L. E 
O:*.r;;,on. NeafouncUand Commla- 
-- i>: J.; ‘ice and Dt-leiuce, and 

J. H I'< - '^'inmlaaloner i 



PRAISE 



If vou've forgn'-etj ihnll 
*inr a high senior, v.. 



silver Bar Prunes. 

C-lb. pkl. 

tVy's Breakfast ( ocoa, 
I -lb. tin 

i mvan's Perfection 
Coma. 1-lb. tin 
Conan’s Bulk Cocoa, 
l-lb. bag 



tfifliia iwuay i for3Days 

The (wlorituis St<}r\ of 
Itritish Merrhant Seamen 

it THE BEST SEA STORY SINCE 
'MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY'" 



ONE OF THE TEN 
BEST ACADEMY 
AWARD PICTURES 
OF THE YEAR! 



lodi . at the Capiiol Tl.- 
With Mirkey Rooney giving one 
of his beel perf'-’- -ficts aa Andy, 
the new film liitroJ .. • 

:.f newcomers The nrrf l.v Ka'h- 
ryn Ora: "■ !ri 



sandwiches "V 

Red. White and • 
Blue Toilet Tissue s 
Purei Toilet Tiwue 
«»e ^ 

mils J 

Safeguard MedI- A 
rated .soap Qc. 
Woodbia-y's A 

f-'anal Soap Hr, 
Keikitt's # 

Blue t 

Wonder Soap Flakes. 
3-lb. bag . 

O.s . 

Urge pkl. 

Paimoliva # 



pint bottle 



Quart 

bottle 



JameMti's Tea. 
l-ll>. pkl. 
Jamevm's < offee, 
Mb. pkl. 



™^LONC 

vomcE 

HOME 



TRY SPF-NCER S TEA 
and COFFEE 

58c 

Special Blend Tea. CQgs 
per lb. UOG 

FYeVh Roasted < offer, 
per lb. 03 V 

BIrh Family Tea. 69c 
Breakfast Blend Tea, 59c 

Diamond “S" I’offee. AT 
Mb. Un H I 1* 



coloratur 



Riitl-Tark Rye Kiead. 
tier pkl 

.\ustmllan Pastry F1nor. 
&-lb roitnn sarh 
10-lb, roiton 

sack 

H. 4 K. or Ogilv'lr Quirk 
Oai*. per pkl 
Heather UaU. large 
flakes, gukk ewoking, pkt 
IJttle John (Juirk flats. 
i>-lb. roiton uck 



name 



From Liberty and 
New York Daily Ncwi 



re'an 



Bin 

THF %TRF 



wuk 

Jot%M WAYNE- Thomitx MITCHELL 
Am HUNTER 
ADDED ATTRACTIONS 

^«THIS IS ENGLAND” 

FD Ml BROW. ( B.s COM.MFST 4TOR. TF.I.LS 
HI-^ THRIILING HTORV OF BRITISH 
heroism 

ALL PKOlKCns TO BRITI.sfl WAR RF.l.UT 



WILL PROVE TO BE 
SENSATIONAL 
ENTERTAINMENT" 

— Walter Winchell 



n the new 
Knit! •- of « 
now on the - 
atre Thev 
Clmarr<m F!— • 
numbf.~4 typic 

'ene 



Rinsio. 

Urge pkl 
Kuyal f rown 
.Soap 

Mfrbuoy Soap, 
per bar 

< U<wlr l.aundry 
Snap 



tfonci-r: 



EVERYWHERE 
IT IS! 

CRITICS GIVE IT 
ONLY PRAISE AND 
CALL IT THE BEST 
SEA PICTURE SINCE 
"MUTINY ON THE 
BOUNTY" 



1 ow Brand Baking Suda. d A 

Mb. pkl. . I U 

( artada Com Starch. 4 A 

per pkt. . I U 

Kellogg « 4 orn ^ 

Flake*, g-nt. WpkU. bW 
.And I GUm lumhler free 
lea Blvk. makes perfect ^ <| 
bi*ruJla, large pkt Q I 

-Maple l eaf f ake Flour. ^ 4 
large pkt. Q I 



Spencer's Jelly Powders, 
all flavors, per pkt. 
Jell-O. ^ 

all flavors QpkU. 

Jell-O Quirk <3 

Pudding- all kinds Q pkta. 
Grapf-Nula p 

FUkes. b pkU. 

Todd's Tiger ^ 

-■lialmnn. '*'a-. t tins 



bars 



VORK 

TIIFAntF 



CART00>4 IN COLOR * 



■g mjewtre 
fif ^ . 



It .. csp-'cled ti'tt i.-presenU 
r. from 'i-c Nf.^!fmtKlL--:;d 0 ('- 
ernment will with the boerd 

lime lune. the announce 
•‘=»nni>’.ieci 

Msl M W \R IMM STRV 



faithful V-. 
pieie with 
niualc and the hric 
Oiibert V;-:inr 



NEWS 



Sullivan 



LIBBY’S SPECIALS 

Tomato Jujca, |» 

lO-oi lin. Dt 

“nr 3„.,25( 
lOi 

Baby Foods. A i C 4 

an kind* . tins I D| 



00 DAILY, 12 1 



BISCUIT SPECIALS 



7 Medium bar* Ivory 
X Cake* C.imav 
?. Bars P 4 C. 



;oi ^ YoYk by ;-:r, 
after Ute mectu:ga 
on a laAt-mtnui-' cnaT,ge oi 
• :.c re<>>riined here to inaprct • 

ar Uidu&’jir punL Col Biggai 
to .. fc” Of ” T;-: 



tmmeo 



I.nnon Gema. 
per lb. 

Swtsa Wafer*, 
per Ih. 

Chocolate Pineapple 
f»e**erl, per lb. - 
Midget Sfiapa 
per lb 

Five Mister*. A««"rU 
per lb. 



Symphony Orrhei 



P-L-A-Z'A — Now Showing 

HEIFS A LAUGH TREAT FOR ALL 



Small Chlpavi 



PI \7A Am 

rilfXTKK '1 



Hmall Otydol 



Tumatii 

soup 

A'egelable 

.Soup 



FRANCHOT TONE 

warrenImuiam 

BROO CRAWFORD 
a ANDY DEVINE 
' MISCHA AUER 
PORTER TtAlL 
PE66Y MORAN 



ytAferday t-i 



Boi Tops and IjibeU from 
above aaaorlment will enable 
vou to get abaolutely free one 
flour aifier. 



Commiltee Soon tp Report to 
Ottawa on Wartime Produc- 
tion Possihiilties 



Assorted Plrktes, 
l!-*»f. Jars 



to their arfi.al 



nuard had engaged in 



VANCOUVER Apr 
Killani. tii Irn 
rial c<»mmiUee <■ . 



WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 



on -'n'lijar:' •^nn* on 

lal deter- 

It 7. - the tm»e the board 

ir. : in Montreal since lU ritas 
llshntent lay' year. 



pc ’ ;ctlon ;t;, 

--I'tmbia Mid today ii 
;U.v- about cnmpleiecl i*. 
ia«> *eekK- of ir.'..- ‘ 



McGILL TO CONFER 

HONORARY DEGREES 



Rental Hearings 
Unishefl in i itv 
Ity llontr4tl f nit 



yvblH I, ril Tt'Rt ^ . 

ROSCOE KARNS to PETTICOAT POLITICS 



!' 'N’ TRIIAL, April 17 *CFi 



MinU'er 



COMING NEXT WEEK-GEORGE FORMBY in 'I SEE ICE | 

IIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIinilHHIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIHHIHHIIHlir. 



of upprtl 



Two mrii--- ' 
Vh ' - Admiral F. .1 
Frank M R« t.i.> 



;; of MeUtU Univ-.j./,. May 
- s:,. ai. 'jneed he:'^ * 

I -far degreev will be 
«-d ui«<n Mum Thompeon. the 
‘•f At: one Canada'.- 0- - 
iierai L't-an C. J. Market;;'.!-, art- 
* of Qie National ILe- 
■ n Rt Hon. Mai - :. 
BritUh High Commie- 
Dr Hu hlh. LTilneae 
In Lhe United Btatea 



troi Comm 



MUSIC AND 
LAUGHS FOR ALL*' 



Firm united lei ua la* 
Ra.lving round our 
A» a bond of hrr;''. 
Pea- - ="d safety 7c 



8'j.. arre al'. - 
RU : and de.-> ir.n i 

.-i»e Jxidge H H 
chiiniian of the .-.v.-.i 



Nine Companies and Two 
Credit Unions Granted 
incorporation 



and plans to inKpert pt. 
number nf poir .'.- 1 .-i r - 



T7-..- . were warming worf .u 
America of HPR at Ur.-:. •-.! 
-eat pn"' --al ur eav.i; 

-r.* war between France - : ' 



F-»rrell 



were Got 
MavIkw. M P. 



V‘ - Bulb Orow". Ltd 
authorised share -'-pital at 
and r'rUUered offices at Rr.:< 
< eniril Building war ircor] 
...Jer th.- Ia*- of BrsM.vh * - 



;<tBING CROSBY 



) T TRA LA' 

■' TRA LA' 

With 

* OOYLT CARTE 
FLATERS 

Ik KENNY lAKER 

♦ JEAN COLIN 

4 MARTYN GREEN 
Ik HUNDREDS OF 
OTHERS 
IN 

^Th« Mikado; 

1 ECHNIuOLOR 



group 



Ambi 



SNOSA IN .HASKATOON 
ffA^KATOON. April 17 a* Lgl. 
. • - arid ■ ehlfh fell all morn 
inr. de. eloped into a he* . 

:ti during tlie 

TVmperaiures re- 



Oovernmen* 



Ti»' 'ered and b*;:'.'::.ed i 
appliing for a i-ton 
M-. Wife am • ■ .‘i \lr I. 
ed "Bhr’i been •* 

me ever since we gol mar; -d 
And only now after lt.cn»- 
are you areklng the .-o.irt . 
tion." utid the magis. e 
UcaUy 

'Well. air. her aln) a getting 



MEXICO CITY. ApiTl 17 ICD 
- •• m Meilc.. earthqL 
d .. I pri,bwb»y wrtn be lift 
■ ‘ * and mi’ired. the Ml. 

of Interkyr estimated today. 



t»e=4irsu«> 



rredi' unions 
•V- period, the 



••HIBI r V a>i - . 
rnw van HnaroN 



*Uerri<v^<o 



wete gr- . 

«-er them the Democ? ' 
letalUU ■: — rend the 

jted ■ r '--*tk of Xn 



K-d niorjeraU 



• Hall « : ”-bia — fc 
>-■ time from I'r- --t'* of a 
" in Pmiadelphia. mi'.ed a^ 



FRIDAY 

SATURDAY 



TODAY 



SATURDAY 



ZANE GREY’S 

‘KNIGHTS OF 
THE RANGE” 



m * - MT^nav 

RICARDO CORTEZ 



vde l.*imc-- 



'iswvet and — 'jf «;e of the ■*" -e. 
of the Dec5=*s'ton of Ifuleijen-'-"-*- 
t:"‘ to help _l a rrr-nf friend 
'iUbert Fo*. who -‘“'ed tr-— :iaJ 
•nat would meet th.» --- -7 c- 
day foe a patrki . 



■ ■ /«.■ the 

mr-.a Cmui 
Pori Alberol 
Port AI- 
Cxtra-pto*in- 



CITY GIRL 



Al «o BMsu/f- Tanus? 

'TEXAS RANGERS 

RIDE AGAIN' 

wna 

JOHN HOWARD ELLEN DREW 



asrUl ■R■•*T< ■•<st4st Vkfkt 
Ttaay a«d ma riBAfTa 
axTEA - rAaTon>i 



Flavorful YOUNG 
tea leaves in a new 
tea ball that/JKS 



Cadet F ar«w«ll Apptaranc* to Victoria Today 

MM. 

rn.nr rt>.«, “LET GEORGE DO IT" er 



Oesirge W 



ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS 







u- • 




if 


D 











NewYork Giants 
Defeat Brooklyn 
Squad Again, 7-5 



Tunney Unes Up Aides for New Task 



or ire 

Given !)\ Of fieials 



Qtnt Tunnry, world’i ex-heavyw«i|ht champion and now a 
Iteuicnant-tommandrr in the United Slatct Navy, it pictured with 
ei|(ht prominent boteri who wil) aid hire in hia new |ob aa athletic 
ditcctor.''From left to ncht, next to Tunney, are Frank Poreda, 
Jim Webb, Patty Pertont. Tom Tucker. Geoc|{e Abram*. Cal 
Ca^ni. Steve Bcl)oi*e and At Netilow. 



Defeat Maple Leafs. 3*0. in 
Semi-Final of Juvenile Cup 
Soccer Series 



I urn Hurk I'hiril 

l.ot>M‘ly l*lu>rtl (euiiH‘*~l*irut(‘H Htat 
o Utih**— ^ in** for 
— < I<‘>rlami lilank^ ^ liilr Sn\ 



y« Koxtoii Siii|>cr. W rll in I- runt 

« ill Srtirini: in Nulioiial lloekt t 1 t 
\tal! Top (ioal Srorrr— Jiinnn Or- 
lando Far Vlirad in I'rtiallit''* 



'*»'f half 8 t Li'uk' Collette tourth 
-i.'- - n iii-t.' ; •• rftaj blai ked 

•f.e M-»;’ Le*r«. 1 - 0 , in a knot'koul 



Park 

Tlie :y afKarued the collt-K 
tana i”*-- *' 1 '- Hriei iiUdiiiAt C>ock>' 

Ho\rr> iti Nie fixture uiiJ be played 
5 utur(l*> mormne at Rotal Athletic 
Park a'. Hi ju orioik P J 
will referee 

Le^t playixl thr.f Oeo football 
111 tl.e npetutik ’ ' ^nd itunaifed 

1 : !i 'If ■-•w the --ironaer 

and better hMiaticed 8 t Louu> Col- 
le«e tram 

8 e\eii nr: altef tlie chanife- 

w'.er, Iaii rumer crpened the smntlk 
and thret nimul >r Leonard 

prei.. M J-.j v,.:i. a higt. ah''* 

, -,f ttir ml Crariaioh 

Hrou:.;ok ftr '.1 home ti'.e Ua' tr«jal 
■wo mlmnee before the final whi-'.*-. 
Map a t-eals pt» up ear'-. • ■ 

' -ing riianr- in thL~ half fatUiiR 
•j a--/rr fi»m [m-iiaI'i „.^k an^i 
IT, aide open lut 



‘B( 7 !•» C«nki<*i> t'lra- 

Mew York UlanU namolcd Brook- 
lyn Dodgera yealerday lor the third 
attaight uoie. 7 -&, in a ilNew e 
that aaw wven piicoen in aeni-.-. 
t«eril)-aix hUe and four rttor*. 

Bump Hadley. ex-Yankee waa <m 
the mound for the Duuita until 
MvenUi, alien he »n.-. remo.rd from 
a ptnch-hitier and k<A crcdii lor t-- 
victory. 

Brooklyn had a 14-13 edge m hu- 
tuiK. with Dolph Caunlhr Reitlng a 
uec>-run homer In the third 

Pmaburgh Pirat- Trueti 

fi»»eii a fne-iijii ii-au m n - l---‘ 
tnmna and then went oti to defeat 
Chicago Cub*. 7 - 3 , behind ilte lao- 
hit pitching of tiieir are right- 
hander. 

'llie orily Cub b!-)a.< ae the B'lo 
br<>ke even m their abbreviated two- 
game aenea mere L/iu Nnvuictl- 
hotner in the wienih and Lai. 

Stringer a ainglr iii ihr ninth. 

Vince OiMaksio homered with the 
bR ' loaded in the first 

Babe Dahigi^ n and Pit* hei We.. BviUand and Ulv 
FeiTell cluwird Phile-"'-^ iphui PmiA 
Into tubn ---- mitn a ' :ame r.iii 
apieee an Bo- •••■ Bei latr.e fr<-“- 
behind to trnui«. e the phi hr.s 
In a Nationa. annie 

Philadelphu AU-ietu ;hiu 

old aehrs for one ininng, duriue 
which Nr- York YaiUieea '-•wed 
aeien ruii.* lor a 4-4 American 



.MONTRILkL April 17 :P’ T:« 

National Hockei League made it i<;< 
fictal tonight, and Bill Ct: ' ac 
play-maker for Boaton Bruin i- 
tlie point -geuinn champion i=: 
l» 40 - 4 ] National Hockey LenT 
AMifion 

Official Ata:i>:t>' relea*ed tonjr*'' 
covering the regular aea^--! whitii 
ended .March II credit Coaley mi'h 
afventeen goala and an all-time ivi 
ord of forty-five aaaUts for ■ eix:-, - 
two-poim total and a clean-« 
margin of eighieen poUiU ovri hiv 
clnaeat competltr-- 

Flip players emied me 
deadlocked for second up'-' m the 
scoring atandn.- Bnan Hex!:.!) of 
Rangers Toronto* Oordle Drillon 
and 8 yl Ay»pr Lynn Paituk, 
other Ranker star, and fivd Home .d 
Detroit. Rarl. ama^.^^ed 
pom— 

Nell Co:.;:;, of R*t- » 
other Tfto pninu b* ; 
spot, foUoaed by BdUie 
and Bobby Baui-r of H; 
fort', and thiriv-mne 
thely A point behi'i!* B; 

Torwiios SUiWltcy 
Roy Conacher and Miu s 
B*»fnn. klvlT.g ii.e g:„ 
champion;: iivf piayer.s u 
imeJvr 

HexfaJis tmem,-si* ^ 
him the aforinu leadership 
seaaon. miih Scininei *nd c 
lied for second apoi with 
lour each DrUloti wav fou 
twenty- three. Coaievs m< 
the ai^tkf depanmem wav 
over ColvUle mdrii m. 
with iweniy-eigm («o mo 
BIU Taylor of Toronto 

TOPS Pl.N.ALTIfc.s 

Junmy Orlando, hard-h: • 
troll defenceman, aaa »he 
official bad man. with a 



Montreal 030 000 004 A 10 < 

svewark .. 00 ’ Oi;"' - -7 3 

Bafieri«-» -Law.M»n Rk.“- r: an< 
Frank.--, Bniuw-. lietlel and Faddeu 
A.MI.KK AN AHStHlAflON 



rr- 

minute 



fndiaiupoli . 3 1 b 

:«;aile<] at r>pd i>i eighth . m ai; ' 
- grounds : 

Batter' Blacn“l."tr: .’VlakocKV 

Mamiw and Oarhak. Btarr and 
Piuek R H P. 

Bt Paul .370 

• niumbus 0 S 2 

Be’*-'- Hc'-fir.g B"-- I"' ' 

and FVtna; . Uk-luon and Poland 



Hill Dale Out of 
Sittunlay^'s Meet 



l\J Holit yft'4*ting 



Toledo 



Kcik Ta<i« ner. H' s, 
■ Kimberliii Witk 



A' a mtctiig nf inc KV r Ba.v- 
t.in r.i-t.i .t-:- ....k at the 
home oi Doug Hua^ell plana for the 
KV 1 'J.’:l^.c^e BtiKlenls Red Crow 
ba.okeioall game: wi-re canceled, ow 
imc tn the inabiL:. to .•-rurr a plav 
IJU floor 

U ..aj. u-i s'ieo '■• 'irkamrr a »oll- 
t-.:. ;eain to pla*. ext.ibmnn aamex 
’The propo.= :-on.-.iitution waa die 
cus - - N* -. me^. of the club 
will be held a: the home of Cleorge 
StraiLh. DeAniSon Street 



Katui^ 



PLLLMA.N, W.T ■ April 17 - 4 ’ 
Pe'. Hp'Il . i:.i Tiail B*'. i»edMer 
• ailed ■o*' une-miui trltk 
tram a fre?-h-“*' ’••'.I! make hi.- 
omdoor tra- k debut ft 
Wr • ' .le »' Urge .SAliirdfti 

,.n aniiual ii.‘- . I: Idalio 



\viiui 

W'i,%f-n»iin 

wun 



rtjoins t'* 
I .nr Ai-.r 



Saanich Thistles and EsquI 
malt Booked Tomorrow at 
Royal Aihictic Park 



< tanirnto 



. . L Frenii, 
F'-rf-rnsn 



Tlie curtain will le 
1440-41 fOCK'trT 0’ .zf 
April 2 C and foo-' 
p*i». :iway lor 



-::=o>h. the 2 JO-vord • hurdl- aivc 
P'Tlw. 32 C--,r.'d daih In an 

*ot> appearanc- earlier ihih year 
H.i: •• broke two ir.c:* rtaah record* 



DobMin Prenc 



PHOVlN<l\l. PI.tlNOfFs 

ProvL-.r ' ,ft., • . r-; \ 



S Pram v.c _\-2 ooo C-;j 4 15 

San Oleg'' iXNI 012 & iO 



BAY MEADOWS RACING 



lefty (H<ne» fieU: th-c Philadei- 
pMz .“j.Trt U> aeven n»te oi.e of 
them a humer by B>)b Jotinaon Ui 
(he sixth 

l*he game wa« derided tn the wild 
aix'li when the Vanks got five htU. 
including a two-run homer by 
Ctiarhe Keller, and benefited fmin 
three errors two walks and a wild 
pitch. 

Cleveland Indiarr-' jonthpaw- 
atrategy worked effectlirh- av.iin 
ax A 1 fimiih fianded Chicago White 
" - their .%ernnd con«Tcwme ..“.m- 
oul. 2 - 0 . in a Ukhl pitrlimk die. 
wnh Thornton Lee 
The thlrty-lwo-year-old \eieran 
sratiered »lK hlU batted in ore of 
hiA own run* and never wax in 
aenoiu trouble 

NATIONAL LFAttl f. 



r.v-' halL 

ol the me> 



nioma* M-:iU H 
%lk<-::l 

iM »0 m.ii OOO 
Oakland lib 201 OOx 
Dattc;:;.'. -Ooldnian i 
Campbell, am 

mondi 

Portland 4 oo 000 

Hr»i:\W'Xn (k*) Ml lOx 
ita'ieri- Coi . rr 1 
Hawklnx Annuntio. ;i 
horn, Toxi and Brenrel 



Maui 



king 



toung - ' -.... r Divi-ion 

fliampioiL-. and» Si UvuL C'*”* 
Berond Div^:. wuiii- - wiJl travel 
to Vanf.'iuver. whll- U • r...i.-e Ai-'.. 
Third Dlv. = and 
LmiUCollegt* p.iur' l^ Division cham 
pi-ui', ?;U 1 play at ■•‘••'rjr 
There are no Juvenile team.* at 
Nanaimo thU ----nxcduen* ; 

the Victoria ciuU' Ui... Island 
chanipi'-- '■•re uie Kinr.d horK-r^ 



lit local 
the Vn 



-rdoni ain<e they 



pioni.ip n 

elated ti'i -j '•» ' 

The young Jburbi 
keved ui> f- ttinr inii 

Willi MHU<i«!*‘r 
IJo<kerr, ; 

na:mii the K-Miuimait 
will have their lini 

Mtrtigth and the ..inner g.;- 

cing a crack at Victoria United in 
!he final, the TItieilea are confi- 
dent It wtU be Uieir day 
EK>tt:r.. irwtK a had drubbing at 
■*•? hn;--' ’of Nanaimo laat batur- 
in U*e Pri.vin'e :Jup quarier- 
fj:;-' xml m.i«; rake the yca>>g 

Thk-i;-: by a g.'--: inargln to rt- 

cain ‘i.r.-sulerabie io»t pre.'iige The 
ahipv.trd wi.itkiTA ho;/* to h_.- 
•'Ham- V ■ B 4 ;-i-;-ell. ifielr fla .;.. 
reiitre halftv^-'X tn iinU>»rm for Sat- 
ut?:.i>;c Jr.:' m i.-.p clash 
SiL** '-ch Hurt;, hne-up fu;:.. 
S-'-ni:rr Un.i- r-A?..jd. Gi.i 

bfiij. M -S:i::rr. I St»-i.ei. I H. 

bin.'. Fh'.d:. P«-ei , Macdona;.; 

PulliT. Anfter‘-r*ii Dnri..---- Mlnfi- 
and A M 



match 



rernanh r. 
Oakland (. 



«eg ouupine Ol Canadiejte -wav rus 
cioeest rival with eighty-oiM* nnnii- 
In penaltie* while .Murpij Ci.*nt- 
berlaln of Canadien* had xe'. i.n- 
live, and Dei Smith ol Bo>u.ii aix- 
ty-fine 

At the same tUiie. ihe S H L re- 
leased official piay-off arortng siat- 
Utlcs. showing Schmidt aa Uie lead- 
ing point-maker during tiie pJav- 
off grind that ended in hu '--sm 



Maury Van Vliet. Varsity 
Mentor, to Play With 
The Capilanos 



. .!« ;0 M 3(1 IS Z£ 

1 *11 • }a 

I «e 

X;«<i til. {>»<r.^rol 
Prt •ii>f aon« 

n»il e»nr» 8 no- 



Hliinl II mvler,s 
Play Ttmuprron 



mgii' r,r .r, 

Apni -Ui 

DerL'i-- fi-; in*- 
reij fird ta-i»ern Ltn. 

An. -id 

Jor Hr;', 

r;;;-:- here whU li : 
i-KJcd U.-' If I - , •. huM.ii w.n ih#» 

Ulle :..;k a thir l : * "ir-:; the 

W:.-eman would t>e h.-rr 

77 ie baiunm ci.-aii Lmdany w»n 
loai* gave in a cI*hu» feti-rnuini de«iM.»n from 
partment Oiiv-:.. h.-r„ uxt nisht la 

was u»iif. rer-- 4 .*r.:.;e{l jn California and 



I> « as 

•anagri, 



VANCOUVER April 17 <P» — 

Owncr-.M;ttia*rer Bi>b Brown of the 
V.'.n.--..... f Cainiaix- '•■f the Western 
liiteruatiuiul Baxrbaii U-ague an- 
nc*in<M tod.iv tivat he has aigticd 
Mtiury van Vliri pljysical director 
of Uve LT.ivrrillv of Brt’iali Colum- 
bia to pt*-v with the club thi.x .Sum- 
mer. 

Vxn who r.-.' ;:cd the UBC 

Thai -“'bird* bs'k< rball team to ih- 
piiivinrul arid W'-*cm Canada 
• humpinnihipft (lux »- :r. w bat- 

tiina with J'- L‘i * -vn and Alf Hed- 
dmgimi for the riijli* held ; -tkei 
Bf«.»n - '.d Van Vliet would deft* 
.,.!cly be kept on 'he line-up afw 
i-'r ar, • . : -led- jf at the 

e-!.-* .-vf thy. -.;-?k v : cn the club will 
be r-'il to twenty ploy'-'' Later t; 
Car:: wi'; ' cii» till further to six- 



Oi<-« K*i^. 



The bUnil tenpin bo--lcr, ,,I Vu-- 
f'lfla will coifif>e(.-» fijr ihe R 4 >wlaml 
Challenge Cup emiiiemaur of the 
We.^lern 'anartian champki>i>*hlp, ai 
10 am onSaUif-*'* a* r:;, Clymph 
Bowling Allet-. A'a;.--- Ptrerf Other 
compeh' m thi.'i lournament 
Include Wnmipt'K C • . EduiOn- 

lon and Vjn. r-vrf n .. will be 
plaved Mmul'. 5 fi--:-isl- m the v--:->u» 
cm#*, and ti.f t-am making the 
hlghe*i /c-ote !c~ ‘-.‘iou' a imer, w ill l>e 
awarded the irepnv which la 
prexenf held bv the Vancr.uver te.xm 
Or. tiunn. of iJ;.* at ii.e 

vari.'-i- .-itie. t).,. rCi’ft-v will be teie- 
graph-.j L, Cap:r..,i M r Riom.Vin 
Itmtwlr of Rhini iu*adquar>err, 
Vancouver. B C w ho will make t.*;? 
award Th-' 3 h-:.; tesm w;ll include 
'-he f-'’«“Uw . F ci Deir- 

bom C D L** «fx- W H F*' ler c 
Orantham M U.vrnttftruJJ Andrr- 
aon a* Aiibetwute 



1st Ammunition Company 
Captures Football Title 
From Quebec 



New York mOIO'Jld — 7 12 2 

• Brooklyn . . 202 010 000- 6 14 3 

BatterieA- Hadlev. Dean. MHlon. 
Biown and Darmmg. Davis. Wicker. 
Mungo and Owren. Pheip* 



111 1 * M 14 *A 

» *0 3 >6 

4 00 

O'-* Cin Moot 



WU'>^/rit >r4i:iir 

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Tlmo. I IS Ai. 
w-.r-:' .. Red Jmk 
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SOMEWHERE IN FNOLA.ND. 
.April 17 <CF* - Riig-ed toolhalleix 
from Albrrta, the l.'l Ammunition 
Oomiiany Roval CHn«'!L'.n Army 
Service Cor;)', defea'^rt a Queoee 
Infantry regiment of the P“.-:-.d 
Dtvuion. 1 -tl t:: -;r. Ihe flr-.t 4 ocoei 
champtnruvhip of the Canadian 
Army oversea' 

The Amm 



PitUburgI) .^Lt — 7 10 2 

Chtcwgo 00(1000 101 J 3 3 

IWitterieft- -Bew-ell and Lupez. V 
Oliven Rrickiion. Pave and .VIcCul- 
lo*igh R H E 

Boetori 103 000 021-7 |] 1 

Philadelphia. 000 30.3 000 - .5 13 3 

BatierWA -- Sullivan, atrincevich. 
^rreii and Ma*i Berre.' Melton. 
Berk Ai Johnson and Warren. 
ami:ki( 4 N i 4 :Ar.rE 



.-iny pre- 
viously won the Pnxi Dtvb-ior> titSr 
and uifci',,"' Uie t---:, iriiniA in the 
rorpa troop*, while the infantry 

•itfit clear. ed up all '••;;;;::vUu>n In 

‘ dtvhlon and drfefied the he'. 1 
ing unit winner* to entet t;ic 
More than 3.000 '.ioope saw Capt 
George Weir, of Calgary, outside 

right for the RASC scoir in Ihe 



HADMINTON HAM K 

Mi-mbei.A n| ih- Brentwood Bad- 

miitton Club ai'.d fhnr fi; iii 

gnd.f. A*. ‘V H.vll 

this e\-’uin-. for Ihi- 

dsncp Diiiu ir.g =; -.•• L; from 9 

o'clock to 1 30 ocl>X'k 



a-:- f»’-l 
: hitter 
rliii at ti‘* 



rurii 



Philadelphu. OOOlOlOO'J -4 7 3 

New York . 000 700 20 x - 0 12 0 

Bat terle:— Vaughn R Johnson 
and Havre, Oomex and Roeor 

K. H B 

Chicago . 000 000 000 -0 6 3 

C'evcland ... lOO lOO OOx 3 7 0 

liaUerles -- liCe and Trexh, A 
Simili and Heuirlr-? 

INTFRSATIOSAl. ( 0 \GI F. 
JERNF.Y CITY. April 17 4 ’. - 

Rfeheviers defending Internatini'al 
Base’ialJ league ctiamplun.* hanci-r-.' 
Jrrwv City a 3-3 defe.-.i, lodar after 
tlie ljule Giani.:: had smaenrd tl;e 
minor ke^jue a'fendxiKe z.-'cord for 
llie fifth mc-CfCive season. 

Ttir Ul'.le (UanL. refislered (11 164 
paid a« 1 mi#>lO!!^. iXilv 34.000 fan*, 
janiined their wivy into the hall park 
to we ihelr favorite., bealctt 



Its Kiptey 



Captain of the champinri)) Pie 
Sltl Wenle, of Ca'f'-ry plaved an 
outstanding game at centre half, 
and Pie Jim CiithberUon of Cal- 
gary. and Pte Bobby Kirk, of Ed- 
monton «h.-;-'ed tparklins soccer all 






ofl. and presented tlie chaUrtiy-i- 
trophy, donated bv the MuuMe 
Soccer League ui the winner* 

I INK-l PS 

Ammunitxm Compont - Pie 

L. O Tucker, Calgary, fuUbact-. 
Pie Tom Coulter. Calgary and Pte 
T J Watson. Drumheller A:i.i . 
halfbacks. Pte Art Mav. Calgorv. 
Pie Weale Pte CjUibertson. for- 
ward*. Pte. Ronald Jonea, MRrmine 
Alta. He Kirk. Capl. Weir. .Sg- 
Doug Coupland Calgary and Pte 
Harry Brown. Drumhelli-r 

Quebec Regiment <ali from Mont- 
real with exception of Bannerman. 
—Goat. Pie Alf Bate*., fullbacks 
P»e Albert Wibon. Pte Herb Oa:- 
Her. Pte Jolui Ne|l>on. forward* 



H-xlrCi.ter . . (100 201000- ) 7 

Jerwv Ukiv . 3<X)OD0 000—3 4 

Ualterle.* C. INiyle and Mu«: 
Coomb* Lvnn and Dlaemire 



Buffalo . .. OU4lOO02~ll 16 0 

Bvraeuse . . . 000 ntO 000 - I « 2 

Hat It. - Huichmeon ai.d Par- 
*4.iLv Klemhans. rtelarrut and 
Hart.L Buttarini R H E 

TYimnio - • 010 ic-J oc:: 2 4 i 

Baltimore 000 121 t:::; - 4 6 4 

Balterle'- Eaves McLaughlin ard 
William*; Btromnie ami Howe-i 



Mo. ‘ . 

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CHE\IU.IfR<to(V^UU^'EOOERt^mKlNCLOU6PHiLlPPCafrr<)n^ 

Foiwff AOua with E0GfN£ (X GOOECHARlfS _ 

6 £CA;S£ WLATTEASCHTHlMAUTTEfi ] >]' 

SeAUPwfTM M 0 C 11 A 6 E iNSTCAPtf WAk 



VANCOUVER April 17 <F) -Top- 
notch fthuUle-chaxerx nf difTerenl 
•sclloruv nf British Columbia ad- 
vanced towards Mnnl-ftnali as play 
got under way In the Brttuh €■• 
lumbia Junior badminton champion 
xhtpa here today Beml-final matches 
will be run n(T tomorrow and final* 
ar* scheduled for Saturday. 

Defending Champion Mum 
Oreighton. of Duncan, was carried u. 
three game* before defeating B43b 
Ben ham, of West Vancouver. 13- 1* 
15-1, 15-1. in the boyi-under-eighteen 
dlvtslon. 

Another feature of the day was • 
mtnnr up*et In ihe mixed double* 
when Miaa Audrey Addlaon. Nanai- 
mo. and Creighton were eliminated 
by Mut K. Retd and Norm Charkow. 
of Vancouver. 

Mis* AddUon advanced a* expwet 
ad in the glrla-under-elghleen class 
I when «h« defeated Nancy Fleck, of 
'shawnlgao. 



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'j !M' DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. I- RIDA V. APRIL LS. PMl 



Wallis Is Top Bowler 
In Commercial Leaj^ue 

Acr Tnirnlier of IVrrlia 'I rain i» 

Hijeh Man at Olwii|ur \lley>* ^ illi Si'anorr** Mark 
Of 226-^l)iinran Mrfiaig in S<*roinl Plarr 



i\iJUA ni.ii 



FROM NIliHT ATTACK 



PljUi»hlr| the .«»*on with th» O. Crrnti''’n . 
•piendUJ m»rk ol 2M. Cy acr H Andrr^on 

pin>»plUrr of tht OuUa Prreha T McConnan . 
irundlm. Commercial *rivppln J BpUipH 
Leacae cha/npion&. topped the a^er- A Sedemaxt . 



VM 

304 

304 

. 30:i 
303 



m« to the official fiiruiri. aruiount'ed 
yesterday by the leamir autiatlcian 

Duncan McCa.g TUllcume. fin< 
Ltied in Moond place with a marc 
of 318. while two pina behind came 
Bill Marahall. K of P tnindler 
Harold oeni. another member of 
ihe TUlKrunu' team. u»k fourth 
place with an aieratre of 213. and 
Percy ^cott. Mar^tiall Ncwa and 
Charlie Savage Ideal Barber* 
ahared fifth poaitlon each »'Uh a 
mark of 310. 

High aingleand Uiree-gainc honors 
mere annexed by Ed Thoma^ with 
acf>ree of 300 and 008 

Paced by Cv 'niomaa alto 
trundled gamm of 336. 234. 376. 367 
303 for a total of 1.364 pute CJuita 
Percha pln-.'plller% won ihe Com- 
mercial Fivepui League honor* at 
the Yaiea Bireet runwava 'Phe 
champtona aeni & 264 ptna flying in 
the pibi 

.Second plate m the five-team 
roll-off atA taken bv tiie K i>f P 
tntndlera «ti>n a total of 6 194 
Mar.'halia Newa wa^ third with 
6 174 Tl'iirun- fourth wMh 6 163 
and Bapeof fJih with 4 800 
l.vinvim .\L AVLKAUKft 

Individual averagea folio* 

C. Wai:- 

D MoCalg 311 

W, Manhall 316 

H Gent . ... 21? 

P. Scott 310 

C. Savage .. ,210 

K Mimn - 300 

fi. Heath . 200 

K. Malr 207 

« Acre* ... - . 207 

r Acres - 308 



(iUN8 OF NAVY 
SHFll. tAPyZZfl 



< cmtinued from Page I 
ahip convoy m an attack on the 
Axie- African auppiy line | 

VEIIK l.t.s nf.STROVED | 

Whcile the ahtpa .'■helled the port j 
which haa changed handa aeverai 
Minea in the ■ urrem confiic* BriiL*h ^ 
aircraft atta< ked amotorired cnliimh 
nearby and dralroyed a number of | 
vehlclra 

An Admiralty rommunique called j 
the Fort Capuxxo attack ‘an ex-1 
tremely .surree.-Jul natal engage- ^ 
ment ■' and raid that ahella mere 
aeen to bunt on a rnncentratlon of ^ 
about ino Axu tankA 

The airdrome at Am El Oatala. 
and ite AuppI) dump aKo were bom- , 
barded from itie iiea and air Naval 
unite hate recently ahot do»n a; i 
leaet two Junkers dive bombers and^ 
damaged two oUiere ' 

BrlUah foluniM were reported I 
operating along all mam roads In' 
Northern Rthiopia. taking prisoners 
ae they moved, while In the south-, 
em aectlon of the country Uiey were 
Joined by native troop* who have 
daeerted from FaacL*t forces 
RAIDS ON TRirOM 
Heavy ralda by the RAF and ■ 
the neel Alt Arm on Ahipplng and 
harbor m.v(aliallun.v at 'rripnii or 
WedneMlav night were announced 
bv the Middle Fji^t Command It 
aalri a medium-M*ed Un^ ww* hit 
and ’burned fMpel> 

A Brm.'h Middle Ea»t Command i 
communique nmr>day night said 
On the night of April 10-17 a 
heavy raid wn.* carried out on ahip-' 
pihg and harbor tn.NtallaiinnA a' 
Tripoli br aircraft of itie Royal 'Au 
Force arvd the Fleet Air Arm One 
mrditim-vued tanker wa* hn A 
heavy explosion followed and Uic 
veA*el burned fiercely fnr over an 
hour. 

•Tliere were many near miAces to 
other Ahlppmg 

•VewelA anchored ntiUlde the ! 
harbor were ajao attacked 



B Proctor 

S TTiomaon 

G. Ijerimiig . 

A McBride 

O. NeUI 

J Slmpaon 

r. Viggers 

Don .McCaty 

J M'-Alll*ter - 
T. Cole , 

Nell MrCaiR 

W. Edward! . 

C Holt 

H. Hee<l 

R Partereon 

A. Loiigley 
J. Green . . 

B Jones 

O. AllU:Oll . . ... 

P Buckle .. 

C. Bowers 
A. Stewart 
T. Worniaid . 

T. Boothe .. 

A Haines 
D Gent 

M M Bairv ♦ 

M Doyle .... 

K Harr; .n 

R Martin 
O. Br<0(he 
C. Naylor , . . 

E J Cox 

L- Mar*l.ail .... 

O. Warren 

moil 4I.NOLE OA.ML 
E Thoma.' 

G Creighton 
B Acrea 

HII.U I'HKKI OAMtS 
Thomas 



Several direct hit* were regli- 
tered on the spuiuah Mole. One 
large white flaxh ww. nbeerved at 
a big fire alarted at the town a end 
Searchlight poalUon.v also ■•rre ma- 
chine-gunned All our aircraft re- 
tunied lafeJy.' 

AuthomieA t«id German casualties 
in dead, wounded and priaonera are 
now mute Uian 1.600 in the dreer' 
campaign, while tlve total nuniber 
.-’f lankA deatrovrd u-. about thirty- 
five. Brltiah loeaea were reported 
to be light. 

ltv> firet German priKiiiera have 
retched the Nile Valley and havt 
been r^ent to ramp*. 

All.MIRALTY COMM! NUU t 

LONDON. April 17 'CP> -Tlie Ad- 
miralty LMued the following com- 
munique Tliunwia) . 

■The commander-ln-crilef. Medi- 
terranean. reporia that an ex- 
tremely Aiicceaeful naval bombard- 
ment of Fort Capuaso ui the Bardu 
area haa been carried out A latgr 
number ol aalvocA were fired and 
these were all seen to biirat iu>on a 
concentration of abnu’ 100 enemy 
tank* aiwl motor tranapoit vrlucle 

' The airdrome at aui C Caraia 
and I'A .iuiH>l.y dunip ha\r again 
been .succersfuliy bombatded (rtmi 
the »ea 

"Our naval unilx in the M*rii- 
temuiean have recently aiiot down 
at least two Junker* 86 dive b'lmb- 
era and damaged two other* No 
damage or caaualtieA have been aua- 
laUied by anv of Hi. Maje.sfy-. diip*- 
In tlic'^ operationv 

SEATTLE GOLF MATCH 

First half of t;. annual team 
match between tfir Seattle Clnlf Cin ^ 
and the Oak Bav >hntm:>ltri . will 
be played hete nn Paturdav. May Id 
Instead nf May 3, as previotiMv an 
nouncert The ond half will b* 
run off in the Soynid City nn Satur- 
day. June 7. 

RAsriiti I. >u;f.TiNt; 

Purer A Nex BavebnII Club will 
meet ihi* evening at the Purer A* 
Ne-< Sefvlrr Station. DuugikA .*>treei, 
at 8 o clock All of last aea.von a play- 
ers and other* wishing to play for 
U<e club are a*ked to altrr»d 



This ready-to-mail service pock holds fifty 
Keen-edged blades - it’s really nifty! 

A Service Man knows that he will get 
Sikk shaves with blades made by Gillette 





Mcn Ifi uniform 
bkidoa and H't «o ^ 
•oty lo tond fhom tho bo«t. 
So# ftvrdy, roody-fo-mail 
Sorvtco Pockog# of 50 Muo 
CiUoHot of yovr doolor'a. 
No wrapping or futtlrvg 
simply oddrost, offix potf- 
ogo and moil ot any post 
offico or box* Prico *2.50 
Ovwnaaa 7tf — la C mm^m St 



OfADY 
TO MAX 









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oiutm 

8CAOIS 



( onlinued from Pair 1 
day ovemifht raid could not be 
totaled, for many of the dead *liU 
were burled under uma uf debrn 
and others. aU) alive, were trapped 
in rulrva of what once were their 
homea 

Never before had ao many rnei.iy 
plane.* spiead ruin acrou this dty 
FOr hours on end the ceo^ele* 
drone continued aa b>Jtnbers came, 



went On a* olhr-' took their plai..' 
PUI.ITK .41- MLAbt KL 
Mom Informed obaervers deacrlbeo 
tite attack as a i>oliucal measure \ 
lather Uian a imlltary move to )m- ' 
I i«de Britain's war effort. They said 
I the Grrmana who called U a re- 
I prual for the Royal Air Force boiuo- 
I itig Benin on April 0. sought to 
' .snow Briiona they could atdl atnkr 
I a iMwerful blow despite air rommP- 
I meiUB in the Balkaiu and the 
. Middle Earl. 

I Tiiroughout the dev Londoneia. 

: eye* red from loss ol sleep, dust 
and rniokv. tried to put their city Ir 
' order All London shared the at- 
targ from the Cockney chlmncj- 
'w»‘cp to j>eers in the We*t End and 
the luxurious xuburba No dletricl 
«As spared. 

Ku«eu «j»d square.* were marked 
I b) rraters or bombed and burned j 
bnildmgs. Eight hospitals thN^e I 
' •chc^ a library sr... -,-, places of | 
I rniertainmem and home.* of Lhe pooj 
I and rich alike were shattered 
It was the same .*tnrv. east. •vejt. 

' f'orth and aouth. In the faxhton- 
•able We.*t End bomb* *maahcd 
'three cuieira*. three theatre*, tour 
large ho‘?Is two faiv.<-it.* 
jee-aursr.* home*, parks square. I 
Rt INS STIl.t. SMOl I IH.RISti I 
^ i*f»mc aireeia wete littered wnhj 
j Kiasn arvd debrp. fnr block* on erd I 
Firemen were ittlj ;>nurijig water >... • 
I the smouldering ruins late In lhe 
Iriav Rescue woiker* were carefl.'.!; 

.j'-mg 0*4:;-* bitcoa saauw ! 

' wai.'hful tor a<gns of life undet- i 
' Death I 

Tt>e bombers had Kitceiy parsed ' 
befoie work of repair began .Streets 
closed ye*lerday moinmg were open- i 
ing in the afternoon Public services | 
were fuitcLoning normally a* im*- 
*ible Biute* detoured where cratert 
barred roads 

The Air and Honve Becurily Mm 
Htrie.* announced tereely (hw: ; 
ra.'ualtie.* w'ere • heavy ' and damage 
' rnuMricrabic • ! 

Ttvouranda of persons gathered to 
<w.atch firemen working on bln/e., m 
'he sheila nf what had been sterrs. 
churches and apartment-- I 

BK, W AI L TOPPI.LS | 

One gatherUiKs curi«-vify turnej i 
lo horror «a a Mx-»tory wall toppled "j 
Ttie .-vijectalors fled, but when tlie , 
dust i-ettled the firemen were t'.u.. 
at wxwk. { 

Ac one of the bombed IvospluU a i 

surgeon had juM oomplHed a del- j 
icate operation, i-xtra'ilng a pie-» i 
j of glri*^* from a man s eve when a 
bomb tore down the door of 
'operating "vimand scafen-d instru- 
[men** i-'er the f*.e« Oddly no onr 
va.y hurt. 

‘ Of lhe numern'i.s dmr'i- d* ^ 

lAiioyed. one datrd from i-'-" foiir- 
'teej.th centu'v. 

I The remain* of a stalely omamen- 
lal iron fence around what had been 
j an Ancient church lay spaitered 
' over the street AcrOSA the wav a 
fl.irk of sheep brnwsetl quieilv on the 
I green of a. fenced park 

I Water poured from the top fl'.xyr' 

: nf a world-famous <1e,:.. : tmeni ' ■•'re 
I down a .side *'reet rolled a shiny, 

I horse • drown '•t.rrl.-uje the *Uk- 
i i.»'*rrt driver skilfully cracking hlA^ 
whip 

^ Mr«r In 111 t.lf slee\e.* nnd aj 
fellow ' ''rgvinun liirnngruoii* in | 

' ra.' V HiKl ■ eel h* hue' braved llrr 
and fAlhije debil' ‘‘'.ige picture 
j and bOHfc. fi<'n> Ui' ii church 
I t IKI W 4T( HIK-. Kll.l.KIl 
I A’ • church a number of 

I men =i:d w.«ine". look sheltei A 
bnnib killed i-vn and injured many. 
Fn. fire watetier.* were killed at yet 
AjKilher rhurch 

At , :-?1 h r p'* ' *ro men weie dug 
I unhurt from tin aierk.-. ■ of a ihel- 
ler -vhere they had been burled for 
twelve hour.' 

j What lime Is r.*' A.'ikerl or..- 
I When told he remarked 
I niimey. U ton htr foi drink " 

■ On a poa' where h GrtriiMti bomber 
I was ahot dowri -one f>f the six | 
; hAgge<i duiihg the mght-a ixihce- 
i jmn ree-ii«'d a Oerm.vn flyer who 
w-a.* dangling bv hi* ptvrachute from 
the roof .-vf .i roll buihUng ThL* air- 
man and hi* thi'~ companl' • - ,.ere 
, hustled off lo jail, but had to be 
moved to Aiioliier ilmo*i immedi- 
ately when a tlm bnmb feP • ;.«.e by 
aOl.niFRX’ titn D4M4CiI.I> 

A number ot OVer*e.» trn<i{ir were 
in a club damaged bv a direoi hit 
Some were entombed, other* thrown 
into the street, cm. Canadian who 
I tell fort;, feet waa unharmed 
j Friend* ■'•epiiig m the bed I'l j 

I * each ahte of me were there oi'» mu. - 
me and gone the nrxr " mourned a 1 
New ZeaUrvder ‘ 

I A riumber of ainbul-M.< driver* i 
I were kllkd when then nr-*'-ald 
' depot waa hit 

I Ore victim «s- 9 rilghl ilub pr»/- 
: prlelor. killed m he did hre- -• tir^ : 

, du:. 

j A .«i/>rage drjxu w=. W!.:---ked b'li 1 
the furniture atorrd !r*re from No ' 
11 DownUrg .Street :fUden< e of the i 
Chancellor nf the Exchequer, 

.•^ed intact 

M SA 4ID , 

Num in gleaming white head- ! 
dre**ea and long blue roDr: filed out | 
' of their convent during the height of * 
the raid to help fight fires m lhe 
I neighborhood and •-i<- for the 
I vtwinded 

In a suburban disutct near where 
; a German bomber fell killing ita 
: rrew of four a demolished bulldirvc ' 
trapped person* in a basement «r>me I 
were re.:'-!ird but olhen were tUU > 
buried all^r ' 

Onf of the raider* almi dc-c;. dur- 
! i.)g the mtht fell into a re'^idential 

I garden •e'tij-.a »hree afire 

when lU burden of booibr exploded 



Innocents Ruthlessly 
Slain by Germans in 
Vugoslavian Assault 

I hoiiwiindw MfI Df'alh in Kirwi ILo** of 'A ar— Bfl- 
^rudr Boinhrd PropU* Kiu*h riiFir 

( oiinlrv a** at ^ ar 



OOMEWHKRE in MONTENEGRO WITH THE REM- 
[S NANTS OF THE YUGOSLAV ARMY. April 16 (De- 
layed via Athens) {/P ). — For nine days I have ridden over 
most ol Yugoslavia watching a gallant army try uniuccessfuHy 
with rifles and oxen-drawn artillery to hght off the ponderous 
mechanized forces of Adoif Hitler's Panzer division and with- 
stand mass air attacks. 




I lia\e seen men. women and. 
rhtldren lying by Uie Iighdreda IrJ 
tl>e debru of their home.* after mass ' 
German air anark* on defencele.--. 
clues. i 

Ai least lOOOO died in Belgiadi-j 
alone 

In one square I counted morel 
than 300 bodies after the first raid' 
on the capital. 

mi: ON TIIREbllOl.DH 
The*e *iviUaiia -a ere ordered by 
lhe Government, not to clog the 
roads by wild flight, but to die on 
their thresholds If neeewary. and 
Iheie the> died I 

.Ai no time in nine d*;.-. wander- 1 
mg did I *er of refugees 

fleeing bombed town*. 



CANADIANS Die 
IN NAZI RAID 

Names of Victims of London 
Bombing Withheld Until 
Km Notified 



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■ here thev died i LONDON. April 17 <CF Pmate 

At no time in nU.e da .-. wander- 1 L‘ member of the RojjH 

^ , ... ' Canadian Army Servire Corps and 

J ro«lwl.,r m wVmrrn 

^ * * I Ontario and Quebec, w a* killed With 

Tl.e civilian* did their part, but wife, twenty-seven, arvd hix 
the mlUury dkl not have a chance moiher-m-lav. when a land mine 
Km alDUrtl from the f.rsi ^ block of flat> in Cen- 

tha'. me Oermaiia attacked, the London during Wedne*day 

arn-.v wa.- without commumration. n,jhfs terror raid 
One divuioii did not even know! Fiank Norton, twenty-two. al'o 
whal me next one to U was dousg with the RCASC, na* writing a 
IndiMdU- !*.■ . the Bcrbian army|lelter in nn adjoining flat at the 
fokjght with gres' bravery and in- , »lme Tlie hla.*t toppled him over 
fueled heavy lo«.»ee on the Geriiuns the table and buried him with du-' 
In one day'.. atu<k the miliiaryjanU debrv I 

. :ed Uve deal ■ - t wx* r.-.— ^.p ^ ■ 

German t«iik.v 'ured ' he sard later. ' After catch- 

But as the Gennana drove tneiri *”« ^ 

wfdge.-^ into the country, the fighi-'^^^ marooned on landings and 

ing became hopeless I xtairwavs 

CROATIAN DCACKIEKS I M ARKIKI) MONTH .AGO 
I .«av ilie Serbian army fought- ' Norton said hr Imd rrw.med with 
berait-e In traveling about 1 have , who was a native of Lon- 

of Croatian deserters ' I*”'**' gained an 

And in the midst of the fighting, English girl a month ago He did 
officials *aid the Croau revolted in i s^t*‘h»‘On had any reU- 

the norlh I ^0f^0<Aa as he had gone to 

, . „ , ^ ' the Dominion nine mrmUi* ago a.'- 

1 waa in Belgrade the morning 

w ,, w .. .L- : spending *ome time with hir. 

the German* attacked I heard the ■_ i 



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^eniationall^ DIFFERENT a a ■ 

THIS NEW Westln^oQse PROVIDES COMPLETE 

AUTOMATIC PROTECTION IN ALL I ZONES of COLD 

Yes . . - WeotinKkouoe it diffcrentt Only Weiimghouae automat- 
ically maintamo constant food temperaturei . . . and prnvidM 
fire zones of cold and humidity: 

1. Frozen foods and ice-cubes in the Sanalloy Super- 
Freezer 

2 Freah meats and fisli in the big. covered Meat-Keeper. 

3. Milk and beverages m the cold, next the freeger Mtlle 
Compartment 

4 Staple foods, left-overs, etc., in the ample General 
Food Compartment. 

5. Salads, vegetables, etc . kept dewy fresh In the 
Gists-Topped Humidrawer. 

And your foods are kept at the temperature you select by 
exclusive Weslinghouae True-Tenip. Before you buy. remember 
Wettinghouse gives you the best . . ■ first, our terms, now. 



Mir vrriuiait* •vimiv-u * ..r.iu In Illdia 

airmv and the roar of the bnrnbmg had tried without rf*ult 

plane--, but the people who did not mernbar* of hia family 

kno. th. n..i™ wn» ,l war stood 
ui the Mrreta and did not take 

*hfUer-not that there wYie enough Authonue.* deriarrd tliai there 
Aheiter, eten if lhe^ wanted to ^„e ,ome o‘her death.* among I 

{Canadian *oldifrs. and -om** in-' 
It »a* a msa*o<-re [ Juries but that the name* would not 

Bomb* fell bv the hundrrd<'be released until nexi-ol-km have 
on helplev fiviharv Inrendiarie* | been advised by Ihe Department ol 
alarted huge fire* and the city wa*j National DefcrKC at Otiawa 
covered with a pall of omoke * . ... 



KENT’S, LTD. 



641 YATES STREET 



hotel wa* burned to Ihei 



LONDON. 



•ca- -Lord 



ground The United mate* BrliiahL''**''*'*"**- »» 

;ind Greek Legation* were among London hi.i nign; 

the hr.- huildmxs flrsiroved, »e he.d U- rank of flight Ueuten- 
were m«i Government building* 

:eer Heaerve. 

Almrw' from the first raid thn-e 

BRiTi^ hurl 

Broken bnaif* dnued every atree- ! fiLBIllAM^ UAPk 

For two day* Hie bombing went on [ IjLIifll.lIlu D/llJll 

leaving tnr city * ahamble* 

WiUi.everal companlona leurled , , 

after the Government inward tivr. 
mtermr We lr,M ill ditches and 

barru. lived on handoul* from the Allied iu.r left 

good-hearted peA.‘»nt.'. who lefu'^d! ^'*^*'*‘ centre by cglumn* uf 



pav ment 
Bnmbuig plr 



I tank* lupporied by dive-boraorr.* 

I Dir Allieti ea'-icrn front w hold- 
continiinufilj j out unbroken oii a i-Aertlv-fivi-- 



<trafed villiu;.. ar.d road*. Im- we'^y^ Kalerma vjuth- 

amved in svrajrvn m time for an-U^^ward to -erbla de*plle -vhole- 
‘'•her air b.i-v^krlrg, I a.*eau!'' b\ ’i»r Ciermam It w.»s 

TliUk where «?. s. * .'•ln=t;on | i riiably reported | 

’oiulieti off «he fir»i Great War The mo't vio'rn? figtillng wa.i' 
■ reduced to a m of flaming going on m ilie Koiane Plateau | 
•■J**okagr aie# where {k)vemmen‘ .•poke^men | 

Smoke curled lawarr; the "nering ' ••lUd ihe German* were "thrusUng 
mountains fmni >hr flaming min-|*ouih' after croasiiig :l>e Almkrao!' , 
are'.‘ of Moalein churche* which dot ' River ' 

the ciiv. Fllm-v wixiden *hed* of| iua«n loldierv auempung *o rake 
the great barnar iti ihL* most i advantage of the Greek occupation 
Oriental city in f^roi* were a ' '»> the MaceooniAn fiont, launched 
fiery ina.M afrr me fir>* bomba j '^Xie.pread atuirk* in Albania par- 
dropped .. iii'ularly north of Atgltoca.*U’o and 

From Sarajevo *e ment louthwoat I Kli* ira. but the Ooverntnent 
Into Montenegro on il-.e Adriaiie |*poke*inan *aul Uiey had been dnv- 

Here we ran into an ab^ — ve fifth i***' hark He added that the Italian* 
--fiimn aiiempi vhirh »a* mppedLiad .*»icceeded in occupying Riafa 
promptly by arm' lendei.' jKarii*. norih of the Ap*n* River. 

Tiaiior* were lined up agaluat » j after repealed attack.* 
wall and *hoi down I nbrokcn hi.it.vil I.i.vk 

A- wr reached the .TaroftAi u pe-j -n,e Bntlah and Greek force* *a,ij 
•=ii=e apparent ihnt reM*t*nce would i the Greek .-pokeBman, were •furi- 
no{ e\ e,; giierrlUa warfare Along ou*lv and •'cadlly maintaining an, 
the roftdr w. met deiernuned Serb ■ unbruken defence line’ before Kal- 
.*oldier* in rma:: -routv who wanted I abaka. but he added 
t« keep fighting but mey were| • Nobexiy .-onres:!. that the mua- 
leaderl--', , j, senoue Tliere i> raging a 

^ j battle the outcome of which wrill 

a I be decisive ft mu.»( be pointed out 

a' fhi* moment that all Anglo-! 
» Greek revpunce u iieadily holding 

/ ^ j the enemy rei»lling and neutral- 

( II ixint the enemy efforu. 

T vflea I Aa a re*uit. all rumon cucuiated 

I ***' propa- 

/ I I V\ ; ganda with a view ot creaUng con 

A i i TJ— . • fuBJon m the in'ertor arc treacl-.er- 

fTf Slid mahrlouK aud againM them ' 

1 flilk'in [ev»ry Greek must giurd and await j 

* * ™ ^ I 'lie oui''oroe pf the airuggle | 

01.4 MPH AM F4 S ! What i* true - an announced from 

t oMvt* w< 1*1. riviris j I/mdon ;* that coviriter-atlaelu sic , 
•*'*■** 'bring n.adc oy Bn»<*h fop-ea liw | 

. \ !duty of evervATy «t thi* moinem U; 

sr-k— f.4 :ru, J j«5 , to sh'i' hi* ear* to treacherou' 



Auaaie line in that one area, five 
German dive bomber* were rcporlc.: 
shot down by Bren guns and a tank 
company. 

An obaetver ju*l returned frmi 
the Olympu* line de> tared that mnr* 
Nasi infantry and tank attack* vouih 
of Bcrvia ha.* *oat the C»cimtn*i two 
division* uf csMialtlea in two dayz ' 
He said the Ni>7t Command wa* 
flut'wing awav n.rn by the thou- 
isands :ii an effort to break through 
The iH-rma- he added, were u*- 
mg ten divu^oiis laootV) U» 160.600 
men--Jn that ,*ci‘tor in an attempt 
m force their wav througii regwrd- 
lex* of met and hundred* of bombei 
and fighter plane* were joining the 
attack nn the Allied troop* 

On the Allied We*t Tlie CJernini 
were vni.iehing heavii'- at MetMA'p 
Pa** whni. ••j'ene the »*av In'- • 
de*<-riii on tnr Alhed w«*l. in 
onchei tr.wn of lownmna 

ON lAMIltMt P4TTFKN 
Tlie a'lark everywhere wo* on s 
familiar Nasi pattern. 

Dive b<imbcr.» iwmc over to at- 
tack at clove range with hea^:- 
bomb* user! hke long-iarge Sit-i- 
lery fire and tank;- ci.Htiied forward 
from behind in aur-e.- .'.e .lavea 
The advance upon Kniabaka ap- 



peared particularly coally, for aouth 
of Orevena the Invader* ran into a 
fortified mountain range 

Hrltiah and Greek artillery b.^t- 
tenes and machine gun*, plant- -i 
thick in tlv rough terrain, were 
•aid in dl*patch<‘.-> from tjie fionf lO 
be inlllrting high caeualtie. amutv? 
the Ciermanv 

RAF Hcadqunriera. ahno<uicii g 
a coniitiuovt* BrttUh bntnbuig lain- 
paigii agaitvt the Gemitt'.- toid cl 
uiicraiing atts'ka' on Nazi *upp.'. 
column* extending to far hack of 
Ilie preset, t fighting front Hsliway 
line* and etalior.*. and an Axu con- 
voy east of -Salonika tlvr Orc< k 
Mediterranean port, were .said to 
have been heavily raided 

BASKETBALL MEETING 

77ir annual meeting of U>c Vw • 
'.oriM and Diatrkt Baaketbali Aaao- 
iia'ion w.:i be held thP evening at 
the V SJ c A at 8 oclock All club* 
in gnod .-.tanding are s'-ked lo have' 
a delegate preeeiu bUertlon of offi- I 
rer.v wdl al.*o lake pl«r* gr.d Jack 
Tavior. prerldent will f-— up\ the 
I'hair 



PHONE E6013 



FRFNtil HAK.wHIPS MIOHIFl) 

GIBRALTAR. April 17 <4’ , -Tluee 
weatbound French aubmarinee and 
a destroyer pa-s^rd Ihrough the 
Strait of Clibraluu b> davhgh* ve*. 
terda; apparently headed for Casa- 
blanca. Morocco. 

A certain ofiicei - ccMvfiiicnf lal 
report had written on it by ina 
ronmuindm^ officer Tlu* officer 
AlkCrilri go far '* 

Ilie brigAdier adrieit 'liie far- 
ther the pc'!-* and flnoll) ihf 
dtviBSnnal commanrier wrote ‘ He 
ahould ‘tart at oti'-c 



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tpr.ciAi.JZii> 



CARBURETOR 
AND MOTOR 

TUNi UI suvice 



BOULTBEE 

• VICTORIA LTD. HOO YATES $T 









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Style-Conscious 

Men 



. . . will I'iml in r-nr -.iHip a rraUv large of 

'•'lit . • acli MHc ifatmin.c Ihl'Ii taljrir, 

Hij'crh inakiiisr ami aulhrniio 'tylinj'. 






01.4 MPH A 1 .IF 4 S 

toww»a<i*l. rtviris 
ir *<•< I 

n*»«a \* I— J !.»«, M* T v 
•i .S «« r \*i •' ♦•'1 

r-»— ;<.4 :ru. J J«5 



\V lictlirr vi'U '-firct I'vcrr!'- fl.'innr! fir \SMrMr«Iw^ 
••■m cIi'mo: 4m 11 l»r a liap|»y '>nr when ma«l; tif.m 
otir KPrierotis aviortmcni r»f imji*>rict| rlnihmjj. 

From $25.00 



ft* t*w*— P<-«(y vsni. Ann Lml« rumor* ' 

•<ur.i or r- -- r' •tAr<i,<«e A»irte from Uie Nasi thrust at the 

rtf To'*:. ] 4»* centre thia appeared to be tk» broad 

. >F r •«? vkilenl patterns of their as- 

B»4>*nl»-W BrM.rt It' L H OaUit 

Sh i AI KTRAI IANS HOLD FIRM 

4a4 **al‘ On the Allied Cast Biitiah In 
!«• 4)1 ;,*aSioj: V Taui } ti* ' foHnanta declared the Auatrolian 

* ! :roopt protecting the Allied rtgi.i 

M*s»r« ii*ts*-p Bt.«o f irifni ! abmjl Mount Olympus r- 

:r»r\ %2i A 4*r F B*i< 4tt iveldiTig firm sgaliMt unieaaing Ger- 

X Iman at'Ack. launched in an effort 

.. ..... • . Barandaporon Fata i>e.-r 

:m r*MVsTi:; . r tH' norUieaat <rf Me 

■c' ^sr ; r«K •- - I imo'iniain itself 

e—i - > •- e»'i. • I There, the Brttuh declared »i.e 

IV -M v». f German* were being cut dfyru ,n 

* ' ’*K T.-*’ ' ** numbera and la'e in the i;- 

truc*7 ti vaa nr^ ‘d»t*4.o, had not been able to break the 



I man a"-ack» lauiKhed in an effort 
I to break darandaporon Fata ne.-r 
” srrvia. ju*' to the nortlieaat <if In* 
(mo'iniain itaelf 

I There, the Brttuh declared »i.e 
f German* were bel:-.g cut down ,n 
•» great numberi and late in the d- 
had not been able to break the 



W. & J. WILSON 



JAEGER WOOLENS 
1221 Goveriuncnt Street 



Eatablithed 1M2 
BURBERRY COATS 



DACK'S SHOES 






FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Steel Weakness 
Slows Up Trade 



Gains Are Registered 
In Quiet Trading on 



STOCKS — BONDS 

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT. LTD 

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rOKElCS EXCHASCE 



NEW TORK. Aprii IT <Ar 
Ouutptton* ii> irat^ 

OE(i;ia) c«r.ad:»n Cunln;) Bi-ard 
ratr* f«r L'ntttd doilar* Bur- 

ma )d i»rr crm ptrmium lallinc 
11 p«r cpDl prWiwn, nuoalBSi iq 
diarounia on Canadian doliara in 
taw YacB pr tu'ini 111 per can*.. 



Vancouver Exchange 



VANCOUVER. April 17 tCP< ■ .Net 
profit of Bralonrr Oold Mme^, Ltd 



arilint > i« j'r rant 



«»»"Paiiiaa mriudint llta OLOl^ |WB; 



RASrt rOMPAYT IN 
a (uapiatiriu.ia and 



ntarkat II' par <an< diarPUBt or 
II id Cn>Mt Bla'fa tantt 
Oa-oiiny « 0* ban*'n>r« II 3S 
Finland lu 
Oraaca ‘.t 
H intarr II 7T 
Maty j m 
rorivaal 4 'll. 

8 «adat>- 33 14 
« 8 «i’rarlaod 35 3 : 

T«ig(i<latia 1 3G 

Araantma Otlinaj 31 57 fraa 33 <3 
Rratil Otfirial 103 . lira 100 
MaKico 30 TO. 

Japan 23 4 * 

Hnnotcno- 34 :.J. 

Rhanohai i So 

'For cnininar. lai purpoir* 



lUl. WORLD, with aatfia ox#t IIMOMOOd 
atlKieat aar\ict >u all Bstiora pariamin« i« 



VANCOUVER. Apnl 17 <CF>— Hiti.wosd 

'G»4n.s of fr*cUon* to 15 centA were 
rcn.si*r«l during quiet tt«ding on Mar Jon 
|V»ncouver Stock Exclidiigr today. 

I Transfer.^ totaled 9 050 .shares. mu cm 

Bralorne Gold at 0 90 climbed 15 osa.ta 
fi-om yesterday's clasing bid and 
Sheep Creek advanced (S to 80. Pre- Rp^ai.ia 
mler aas up 5 at 92 and Hetliej . 

Mascot firmed a rent at 55. Pio- Vuirao 
neer at 2 00. Premier Border at 
4 1-2 and Privateer at 48 were un- ' 

Cfiang'-d CariOrui c 

UpSrniia 

Among the Oil lAsurs. Home gamed <>o>d n-u 
4 to 1 65 and Royal Canadian clas?d 
fractionally at 71-2. UrKhanKotl Urnm. m 
w .'re OkaJia at 50. Merntr> at 4 1-2 

and Calgarv fc Edmonton at l 10 . k-k>i»ii>> 

Mi><> • 

Orandvlew, lone bSAe metal trader, ‘U. 
j-lipped a fraction to 111-2, 



PEMBERTON & SON. LTD 



NEW YORK, AprU 17 -A- - Weak- 
nets of ileela put brakes on the 
Stock Market today despite a, mild 
rally of raita and scattered Indus- 
trials. 

The lut dropped fractiony to more 
than a point at the start in sluw 
dealing*, revived around mid-day 
and slipped again In the final hour 
Closing irend.s were Irregular. 

TTie Associated Press average ol 
aiAty stocks was off I of a point 
at 40. putting this barometer on>y 
2 of a point about the year's loa 
It was a narrow market wu^ 6<l!i , 
individual Ls.<>ueA traded, or sIkhu ' 
half the number on the Exchange 
Of these 233 were up, 205 down and ' 
201 unchanged. 

Bale* were 401 49o share* agala»l 
4.17 460 yesterday ‘ 

On the pes.simLsiir side, brokers' 
sa.d. Was 'the somewhat gioomter 
war outlook, ibe action of the Gov- 1 
ernment In pegging steel prices in I 
the wake of a ride wsge boost in. 
this industry and prcparatioiui In- 
augurated by Washington to ratse 
an additional $3.500 000,000 ihrougn 
new taxes i 



I AIrlilion N< I**- 
Amerirsn Wo9lr-,« ptt 
0 a O R*il«4. 
Ha'dwm U^rwmetj t . . 
Be.iflli A-I«llet) 

I B*'.h Bifri 

I 

I Brisi* 

1 C f R 

I c a o h«ii««> 

' Cl»»»l»f 

C'pr.i cm . ... 

1 C town Z>.<*rairh 
Ciuctbie B'«*l 
I CurUu B riili' 

Cunui Wr.ctic A 
, Douftat Airmfl,,.. 

ti'ipon' - 

; 11 Aj(o Lilt .. . . . 

Ireepoil Te*«4 . . , 

Oenerpl rood* . 

Otn ri*«tnc 
! Orr*rsl Mo'->r* . . . 
Or»t> Nnri<4H( 

Mowr Bouiid 

; rur T!lf»»t»r 

IM Nirkei . . 

Jolmi 

K'nneroit Copper 
Lorw • . , 

1 Moiirsmo CT'eO'i'al - 
I Uu)iium«rr K'srd . 
N««ii Kei'insior 
.wai Owiir 
I Nrw Yoffc Crtiliai 
I K*rd 

I P*( iflr Cat a IU*r 
Paramewni P. lutei 
RrpD 
Pui:iran 
Rad n 

Hapubi > Ir^.t * Sirti 
Haraway H a-ri 
Var« R«lab»-> 

Bwuiharn Pa* ifl' 

BwuUirrn Rsil»t’ 

8ptn» rorp 
R'aadard Bta&d* 
Aiandstd OU of ta; . . 
Bvandard Oil of N i 
A'.udtbak'r 
Tata* Corp 
Tavat Oult 

Tw»BM»ih C'eniuiy fwa 
Ubida Carbid* 

VD'm Oil el I t’ 

VBltjn |*iriTli 
I'liittd Aiicral’ 

Uniitd AtUnt* . ... 

tr'pit'd Cia* a Imp 
I' 8 RubSar 
V a Rubotr old 
C a a.ntj’int . . . . 

V a. Rifi 

Va'.admm 

WaMinth')"«e f,»..ric .. 
WtfUtn t'Blou . . 

Weolwotih 
Ztnith Radio 



CITY OF VICTORIA BONDS 

Wa Will Buy Thia Security 

Gillespie, Hart & Co., Ltd. 



ATIBMNG SX( HANLR 
vrw YORK April :: Ar 

Qur.uiiont IB doUara Olf<ciai •Bank- 
rrt Fftfuaa Ktchanae {'iMnm.r^a 
ramai bu.-ina 4 03 rtll.ng 4 04 epto 
ma-krt. cabitt 4 01 

R|i»« in »prl tbbJrt i,i.:e-» *iher- 
wi*» indiraifd ' 



B. C. DRYBELT 
POTATOES 

GIMS FkOM THJ SUNNY INTIPMO* 
8UY THCM ALWAYS 



«lwEiWBAKrovkD. 



«i4jion. rhLA reprcATUt.* an incrcn*.-* 
jJ 4 of 105 000 ton.* and a grade higher 
33 * ' by 005 ounce over the 1939 e.-.U- 
““mate 

II 4 1 After coal of .'hippujg, producing 
,, ‘jtnd dell’.erj. and fommuniiy wcl- 
II I j fare services, a gro* profit of 
$2 572 376 wa !ef» EJeduclion,* for 
II ij adminptration. office and general 
j, .i'xpen.'P, depletion and depreciation 
* : and $G89.315 fnr liicoinc tr.xc‘ left 
3*; Ua net profit of $l '.8.9 098 



SIIOl 1.D HOME REMEOIKS 
I BE 1 NED? 

, When you have a headache, you 
I may lake a.'vpirtn. phenacetin. rai- 
' feme or other paiii-reJieving diug 
I In a short tyne the pam ha.v “dl.-- 
appeared ' or Is sn dulled Utal you 
are not in any di.*ire«.'. 

Sunilarly you may gci a pain tn 
file .stomach which you think ia due 
to gaA and a half teaspoon of bak- 
imi soda may give relief 
Perhaps you have attack^ of diz- 
rmes.* with naitea and vomiting 
I rhuiking thiA is due to aluggiih 
liver and gall bladder, you take one 
I or two teaspoon* of Epsom salt.* 
^ny itching anywhere In The body 
u treated with a solution of baking 
' soda or the application of some 
j ointment 

Any ache or parn in joints or 
muscle*. Is treated by heat, together 
With some pain relieving drug 
Your physician is not likely to 
criticize any of the above meihoda 
of treatment except taking Epsom 
.»alt* or other purgative for the 
pain in the abdomen. The ab- 
dominal pam might be appendlrlU* 
and taking a purge lx the cau.«e of i 
most deaths from this ailment 
In other word.*, the taking of a 
' home ’ remedy occa*lorully L* not 
likely to do much harm or hide anv 
underhing ailment Where the 
harm doe.* occur, however. Is the 



(iraiii .Markpl?* 

u is.Niri «• i.R us 

II A Humb*' Ltd 



H£DL£Y MASCOT GOLD 
MINES. LIMITED NP.L.) 
DIVIDEND NO 13 



mm JONES' AVERAGES 
Dow Jones' arerageft ite*P4l a* 
follows: 

Thirty industrlalb. lU.lfi. off .44. 
Twenty rails. 2$.Z3. w|i $.4. 

Twenty utiJitiei. I$.45. off f4 
Sates. 4M.MB. 



LONDON 
|sfeady: s| 

I a.sked full 
' asked 



Mrs, lr0*iH> IlninI 
Sjwaks at Sidtu 



Tr«n«fpr "f ' 

closed April 3 JU. I.. ; 
The BtAbi 1'- rf l< 



* f AMk» A CO VlcnORlA 



NEW YORK AprU 17 1 ' -Cod 
vieadv, eleclrftTytlc .«p*»i. Connecti' 
cut Valley 12 00, export, fa* 
New York, II 00 lo 12 00 Tin barch 
stead,', spot and neirbv. 52 25; fo. • 
ward. 51 75 l<e:Ml .steady, spot. New 
York. 5 83 to 5 90. East S' LowL* 
5 70 2if)c *:eadv . fiist Si Loui* 
spot and forward. 7 2.*i Q;iick.Mlver 
18.00 to 16 40 



blONEV 



inerting c.f the Sidnev Men's SujH>er 
Group held on WAonodav waA well 
attended Tlic speaker was Mrr 
Irene Baird wlio>e .subject was 
' Good Neighboring Come* of Age " 
In whUh ehe traced the various 
wa:> m which iJic Kngluvh-speaking 
demoriacies especially Great Biualn. 
the United .Stale., and Canada hav- 
becii drawn logcUiet. 



HA til 

Hf Pu'*t * ... . 

Buriiixini, |;r»( 

(.ail Ci>r A I uurd: > Pul 
«' P ft 

Cn-ii.o. Inn M'ii 
Cut, At- n>.t A •»»!' lu 

P«r». 

tIn.TliBlO'i BC'dt' 

Ow PK-rl A- Cbti R . 
lord of C4nad« * 

(iklinra j puvrr }■ pia . 

f.*' pbu Poarr 

(i >ed'r»r 7'tr 

Inprritl Oil 

Iiriiprial Tohb i -i 

1 ’ M*'sl lnd>iu * pm 

il l Mp-»i lndii-1 * 

Tn* N rt.Pl 
In* Ppiro'pum 
Mofi'ff*! I. It PobPt ... 
M*w>rp Corp 

Nt? Si»p| r»t 

a .awinictn W a P 
P'.ppl ot Ttnad* , . 

Ilirtin kV4U«r O * W . 
Bank Mon'rrti 
Rarai Rtn< 

Canidtan Biim «( CocnihPrr 



K A HamOft. l.*d ' 
All PrifCioBa la kt4>.ui 



By Order of fhe Board 

Tiriiin J. cHi'sni n 

I llpfpiair 



Ai:,Pd ChPBi.rall . 
An-.*riran Can . . 
AniP-iran PAL 
AmcnciQ R»liit)| U>:.a 
.AmriiPtn BmpitPi 
Amprir»D Trl te Tn 
AnbcoBda Copppr 



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i*e**,rpp (pii|» lit! |.rr *1»»TP !•:<.» at 

p*lrt (if onp <riil 'tri prr *harr i.a> brrn 
dPv-lbinl b» 0<» dupfi'f. rf pma'tpr At.ia. 
I.imitpii aavth.p in ra.iaaian fund* nn i-a 
loth B*< rif Ma> 1*41. iQ •harphoMti • of 
riH-..Td nn ih# J>ih da* ®f Aniii, 1*41 
Hf aiilpr n( Ihp beard 

W B lOVN* 

aprr*ia'-». 

Vai.ri.atpr Rr Apiil 1 *'>< IS 4 I 



Ijomlon Sltpf'ks 



lhaniniipn llotuls 



Rpt'.' Ip 

R;alntnt . 

Ri.ffalB Afi..pri'p 
Canadian Uala>ilc . 
ppi;»PBl Pairicia 
IHimr 

a>d(«K>d K.raiana 
*a-i Malar'lc 
r lada 
Fairbnbr’daP 

• * lAap 

(KiMiar iti/ld 

It •r.ro'. k 

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If id'un a Ba> nt Jp *' 
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LO.VDON. April 17 .4*'-BrllUli 
stock closing*. In sterling. Babcok 
A’ Wilcox. J9s6d, Carreras '.A', 
£3 23-32 . Cent Mining. £11'». Con- 
■■•ol Oold. 35s Od: Imp. Chem 

29.s6d Meial Box. 70s, .Slex 
Ragle. 7s. Mining Trust. 1x1'. d. 
Rand, £6 3-8. United S'eel 21.s3d 
Bonds British 2 . p**r cent Con- 
.soU. £77 1-4. BritL'h 3'.' per cent 
Wat Loan. £103 'a. British Funding 
4 *. 1960-90. fll2’«. 



even Irregularlv but often shmild 
not be treated bv |>ain-killliiB drugs 
A visit to vour ph;, Mciati and rirmi*t 
to find the cause of the kvniptom* i* 
the *en.*ible thing to do. 



AlbPt’a 4 IS'.I 

Afbarla S' I*'.S 

Br.uan rnlunbla 
Brmah r«lumbia 
Rpctiih Caliimbia 
Maiiiloba 4 . | 

Uani'Ma V I 
Naa Rrun<«iPa 4 
No*a Brnria 4 
Ontarin 4 
OuPhP. 4 ', )»S| 

Ba*ka li'iiPwan 4 
Xttka Lpt.pp In i 

Sa»kaiii|«ain * 



tmiDE.M) DECT.AREI) 



Gold Bell .Mining Co. Ltd. Isa.' 
declared a dividend of iwo renu 
per share, pavable May 15 to share- 
holders of recCH’d April 30 



MGc; .\i.\rki:t 



A de-troyer had arrived at her 
deix)< after a tour of dulv, ajid t..e 
commander, unable t<t lea'r for 
.*ome hours, sent the quarterma.*ier 
asltore with a telegram to be d(s- 
patched to hla familv. 

Tlie wire read Wit ft you to- 

night Lota of love Otnier ** 
However, the quarierniaater met 
a few friend.* arvd vpited a number 
of Ihe hOAl^lrtes before renvembet- 
ing his mLAslon Being unable to 
find the draft of the telegram. Ite 
decided to WTlte it from memoiy 
and despatched it as follows "Wnh 
yovi tonight loots of gin Lovely!" 



Tliese prices are obtained dally 
from the office of ihe Dominion 
Government poult rv Produce In- 
Ape- lion Service. Victoria. 0 2492 
To producer 

Grade “A ' large ... ]$ 

Grade "A' medium 18 

Grade "A" pullet 16 

Following are cily wholesale: 

Grade ■ A" large 23 

OiaiJe 'A " medium 72 

Grade ' A ' pullet . 20 



.Mrtal Murkclw 



EOKEKlN E\( II %\GE 
OTTAWA. Apnl 17 'CFi -Official 
Foreign Exchange Control Board 
rates unchanged at United Slate* 
dollars buying 10 per rent premium, 
selling 11 per rent premium Equiv- 
alent diAcounis on Canadian dollars 
In New York buying 9 91 jier cen' 
selluig 9 09 per cent . 

Sterling, in Canadian funds buy- 
ing 14 43. selm.g $4 47. 



LONDON. April 17 •.$* Bar silvr: 
23 d unchanged 'Equivalen' 42 6. 
cents ' 



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4 : leaia A »pi |iia 

A •» IM P.J 8 P» •‘.'fp 

.4 St'f> blB . 

R*; I'•l>pr 

Biltldinc r'udu>*< 
I'ansflian hbr'tiPtn e< • 
Cbiiailt 

I'lniPla B'*amtl,p* i>(4 
I a. >4 a., ako I' l 4 
Cl rad* C«: At 3 ‘piii>ilr 
1 ‘ariaua (a* * Tuatwfr* 
Caea'Jian oiti.p'p po.i 
I' aiiadiP i <>nipr/ia 
CaiiaB ai> < p'aup*e afii 



pam in abdomen to gall bladder 
disease, itchmg to diabe'e*. tuber- 
culoais. or comstipation. 

The point, then, t* that while the 
use of home remedies "occasion- 
ally" should cause little nr no harm 
'vmpiom* which occur reg'ilarlv ot 



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a*B Aninriiii 

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"W'hat makes you an utterly di.»- 
rouraged Just after Mr. Chllbones 
unqualiflcd praise of your picture** ■ 
inquired tlie artist's friend. 

"It's a sure sign he doesn f want 
lo buy If ■ 



• Was It nor ck'Atraceful. Uie 
Smiggs stiored In church todav? 

"I should think It wa* Why 
woke u* all up' • 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 



A***|i Rrra 
St.' ani«a 
Te>k-HuCI'** 

Tobuin 
t'lhi Lake 
t'ep*- I anaa« . 
V«- 1 * ■■»* 
lAel'- Aqi 
W r4Bi Hererea* 



t'anai*U(S*'«a Am>kei* 
Cr*.«a Cork 

n.(llll*i* 6 *t 4 (*n>i tan 

nemiiilan Biidfr 

D»mtnian I'jal pta 
Oom hion a*ee| 4 Ci>*s 
Ouanlnion 1 at . 
tHimlnlan Tar aid 
U*a*iniAii Te*itl»» 
ni'ir*aw Po«er p’.a 
(«r..»ral flte^ W)a;e« ran, 
IliiBiUnB Bridie 
Hnllir.cer 
Mb* ard Bnt.th 
ii.-i»aid fltniiii i>ta 
liud'< o Bia MAS 
I iniai. a' onii Hu k*i 
I lii'ernal .oaal Pemileiiai . 

. iwke lU ;ne Wondr 
' Ma 4 *er Harr'* 

Men. eat C'oliant ntd 
Miiniieal ra»r( 

Na'ioc.at Brevetiet 
Hatienai S'**: Car 
Nuraada 

0 * 1 " e» 

C* l>ea Pii*e, 

Peitmaa* 

Po« er I orparaiioa . . 
Priie Bro* 
rn>e Itriw pt 4 
ImiiBttil Paper 
t' l««t>a. p Car* aid 
81 l.a*rre:.re paper atd 
B.ter*in Willtan-* 

8 '*Pl At Caned* 

8 (eel pf Canada pfd 

C arb 

Ab I bi 
AbUlbl lUe 
A be-tn* 

Hainat*' a 
tlro«e;i Ai Dll'tUera 
Cenada At tmnunwn 8 >.ta- 
Canada Mal'tn* 

4 aaada Vineaai* 

C anad'tr* Rre»er,p« 
Canadian Bieaeriei pld 
ranad'an V i<-keri 
<' 9 nu><e".a: Ai ahala 
onwlldaied Paper 
fib A f'rifj , . , 

nAi.ra'Aiina A ... 
PaircKtld 
reel Ar.ra|i 
fm d 4 

T »*-»r COiapan* 

M*mp> Ha ■ .1 pi«l 
MpCaII Trriiteiiea ptd 
Itiian- Wa'ker 
K.ram WaT«er pid' 
file Hrreee 

Weahe 

a»t'k Cno-me-te 
Bank nt Vl*n(re), 

Ransu* Canadie.tne Ha'ipna 



Bell Te’pp p* • 

B(*r. an rrac'oir. 

a 4 on 

H I Poae- 4 
< *•.•(!* < eipenl 
( ■narta M*l i>>a 
T a> rar Ar Pi vnei * 

I ii' l<.<ia''ri<i 4kphul A 
Ca'iadiafi Par.l.. 

CiK-k'huti PlAv 
IviininM>n B-idi» 
iw miniAn Steel 4 Cb*: 
rnad pC ranada 
Clat neaii P»* er 
H'raen Wtiker 
In'i’er.ai Oil 
lr>i N.rket 
In*> PeiP 

taar eC (he Wai>d« 

1 ' .iTl Bepoid 
Maaar) .tlarfic 
W ‘CAii.frpniena-' 

M>»Mrpal Pnaer 
Naiienal Brr'e>>e« 

Na'VAnai Rleel Car . . . 

Paae Henei 

Pr*et 4 Arpii 
M<a«<M|*r> 

B’ppi w| CanidA 
Bteei at Canaata 

Beak* 

• anaa|iin Ban* rf 4 ‘en.merte 
Bark aif M"n<Tra| 

Bn' al Bank 

4**raip« 

■nd'j'lriai* t* a 
41nld«. *1 tl 

Mp' 4 )< ai It 

ntia I* 

Bale*. 3 VT«M 



Quality PRINTING 



A< ROHR 
I I Ches.* piece 
' 6 To accumulate 
I |] Colloquial to stea: 

12 Huge men 
' M Babylonian deitv 
15 Eiiroi>e«n mountamr 
1? Additional 
18 Clnmor 
20. Vegr'able dish 
2.1 flumoru’ 

24 Poetic enough 
26 Pmng Ion! 

2$ Svmbol for *o<lium 
29 To ta\c for fui'ire >i e 
31, To r-ve*! 

33 Hindu dein 
3.5 CiipolA 
36 E*c' *e 
39, Book of fi"ion 
43 FTer-ch ariirie 
4.3 Silkworm.* 

45 Network 

46 Philippine P!and ward dni«]on 
41 Clunese com 

50. To fall behind 

51. Back of the neck 
5$. Prevaricated 

55 Hebrew letter • 

56. Coronet* 

59. Neither maacullne nor feminine 
$1 Beast of burden 
62 Scandinavian literary works 
DOWN 

1. Unusual 

2 You arvd me 

3 Greek letter 

4 Cl4)(h meaaures 

5 Aaiatic country 

8 Symbol for silver 
7 Note of araJe 
I Dutch weifhL 



DOWN 

9 FToren water-rrv*talx 

10 Cord. 

11 InterprcfA 
n Bilel'.es 

16- Wmter vel'.icle 
19 Slip-knot 
21 Eager 

32 City in F^gisnd 

2fl To compoae 

'27 Unverlflart report 

30 To Him m*ide ou» ' ' 

32 E-. en 

34 Line on which .«omething rotsie* , 

36 Shrub I 

37 To sell In small quantltie* ' 

38 Appendage 

40 Camping place* 

4t I ight and fine 
44 Rirer jn France 
17. Gem 
49 To require 
52 period of time 
54 Uncxpifvled .*heJl 
57 n»rt of • to be 
■'8 Symbol for anmanum 
60 Symbol for tantalum 

AXSWfB TO LAST PI'ZXLl 



jour 

IPersouality 



orporalion Honils 

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. . . smart, distinctive printing gives the impression you 
desire. Talk it over with experts, we have the experience 
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Maal* L**.' I .IMS 04 M 7 | m 

ilaa**' Harria i»s« * 3 -M *4 *n 

Mcroll-rroaunar a*. *. .- 1 S 4 I let TV 1011 * 
BHaalnloan 4 '.. lOlI 100 M mi* 

aimaaon a |.id 4 V»-.. 1041 Mm |«o M 

t’BKad OfSin Ornrt %■., iOM •* M mm 



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BA.,«,a iiM ... IM 

Chil# I . . losi ... 0 M 

Cfttvoibia 0 . IM; .... tin 

0 *man 4 ’ . IMS OM 

hair V . tlti MM 

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BAR GOLD 



MONTREAL. April 17 CP'- Bar 
gold tn Uitbdon was unchangpd «i 
$37.84 an ounce tn Canadian fund.*. 
188.4 In British. rYpreamtlni tha 
Bank oT bifiand'a buying prtc* 
Th« fixed 835.00 Washington price 
amounted to 83150 In Canadian 



COLONIST 



RANK CLCARINGR 
Victoria bank clearings for the 
week ended April 17 toialed $1.- 
489.174; for the correapondlng week 
last year. 81.764 438. 



HEAVY HAULING 

W| SMClALIZf IN HANM.ING lOATS. MACHINIRT SAMS ITC 

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By Russell Kcatbn 



Sirato ( rashes 



I LVIN’ JENNY 



She Loved a Spy 



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by SYLVIA TAYLOR 

f :jp>ri«ht, Ittl. br Tb« btii Biodicttr 



BRAVO.' rr i5 ' 

T«t 0 8- P-tOTO* / 



Penalty ol $300. or in Oe 
fault Three Months in 
Prison 



her to pta^e for t moment u nhe 
atood with her hand im ihe door* 
knob of Karl MUlcr'a ofRce. The 
hall wax dark, save for the rraek of 
llthi beneath the door An open 
window beMde her led lo a Are 
earape where the rain fell nouily 
on the meui balcony. Perhaps her 
hesitation mas due to the fear tlial 
Karl wotild be aniry with her. Per- 



CHAPTER XI 

"Surely ' Paul frUtned and 
lumered to the door "See you to- 
morrow he called back, but his' 
r>ea were on Joan and she knew 
lie was ihinkiiig i>f the dUioer 
• he had proiioaed 
Hhe shook her head as she looked 
at him over her typewrtur 



Convicted on a cha/ee of ui.. aw- 
fully selJlnf beer on March 28 A 
Balden was (UmxI 1300 Ui *lhe city 
polue court ve -terday. He wa*. 



Ei ■■ Btrum 



months In ixi>oii at nax' 



! Utmi 

Constable John M.4.son told of 
pa>ing baldi’ii S4 ami cei living ■•uc 
«lfiieii bottles of beer 10 <■> ocPxk 
on the night of Match in the 
otBce of thr Army and Navy 'Tanrs 
occupied by the Br?u.'*ed in llw 
Arcade Buildimr 

Sergeant John Blati- * -^k, af 
fompanlert by Coiivtabl- TliofiiHs 
Btever«on and Afthtir Iturtye. de- 
ecrlbed aeelng Lloyd C Ritter p..' 
ung Corui'AbK- Ma.v.ns money tii 
his pocket when the ortirer left 
Jlalderis prrm..-r.« wt<h Uie <;arUUi 
of beer under hie arm 

A .Holdler from NuiaUiio told ut 
hearing Constable Ui 

Balden. I urn dyii.g vf thirei and 
need a drink ‘ He laid he kuw the 
constable har«d some money to 
Balden, and later a man arrived 
with the beer. 

Balden UeUined >'• Uke ii.r wi*- 
nev. -'and. I did not e., oeci, 
hr doclared. 

Herbert W. Davev apfveared for 
Bitter, and enlered a plea of guilty 
when a rharge of unlawfully kelling 
beer wan amended lo one ol acling 
M an agent for Balden in the pur- 
chase of liquor Mi-alstrate C Hall 
nned Bitter fan or ui default Ihirti 
davs in prison at hard labor 



might dneover Paul tsa.-i taking ner 
home But Juan paused and her 
heart was beating heavily 
It seemed a long time but m 
reality it was only a few M>con(b 
that .vhe stood there iLMenuig to 
Eric Strom's voice 
• Ja. Karl! BUie"* 

Karl'? reply was hanh. ' Nrtn. 
Nein! Ei b-t verboten 
Joan did not uDdrrsiand. but m- 
sitnctuely her hand drew back 
from the dorp Tills •.v:;.. a private 
conversation Kurl would not aani 
her to hear. 

But her nervous ge>ture had 
made a -mall sound, which Karl 
Miller*, ear caugfit inime<1tately 
He tJvrew (.pen the d<e>r mith a 
violent gesture "Joan! What are 
you doing?" 

"I forgot my purse,' she faPrred 
feelini; Ene Stron; . .sardonic evM 
upon her 

Kur'. m*-'! 

licr Of course' Here it i» 

Joan made a ha <y exit. r!r.^mx 
the door quickly behind her. but as 
<ihe walked down the dark hall vne 
realized that she was shivering 
To Be Continued 



mixed himarlf a strOi.g drink. 

"Take a letter Karl said reading 
from a sheet of yellow paper. To 
A H Oomez. Mazatlan. Mexico 
. Dear air I am happy to rc- 
ptiri tlial the sliiiatlou you men- 
ucuied ha» been cleared up satis* 
fMCiorli). The club wUl be open 
from eq(ht to twu and shows every 
vigil or being sucrevvfui 
Joiiii looked ntm ruriotisiy 

Tills did not sound like an im- 
|M>rtaiit buzine^ letter to her C«r* 
lainly nol^ an important Uiat it 
rouldn'l wait until niurning 
fieeitif tier glance. K«rl said. 
Im afraid you're loo tired 1 
shouldn't have asked you to work 
lunighl." 

' It'- all right ’ glie luu><ened to 
a.'-sure him, I don I uund. really.' 

But Karl Miller had rhanged his 
iiiuKi "I will rail « taxi imd send 
•,ou home ■ 

Ku» I Ml ii'*t t iitd K.»rl 
He wiu, (Ualina a number ai.d 
.f(*an knew li was luelr lo argue 
with him He went to the door of 
Uie club with tier, prevsirut her hand 
a-, he ; • I m ^orry it iiarl to turn 
i'ii ' wa> ionighi We!! trrai.ge 

cihuiK else .>oon . 

.loun hlvered m tfie damp night 
air as she waited for Ihe taxi A 
»mall coupe ‘'opped suddenly b«- 
fnre he: with w-.reamlni brakes 

Involuntarily Joan v'epped back 
vurpti.**>i to wee Paul Sherman 
Whut are mju doing here alone' 



MUTT AND JEFF 



By Bud Fisher 



that cjovs car sure 

(SOT SMACKED, EM,JEFP? 
AtSO LOOK AT HIM - HE f 
. DONT SAV A WORD.' f-' 



BOV IF AKVBOOY hit 
ME like that 115TELL 
THEM ATHiN6CRTW0.'^ 



MARY WORTH’S FAMILY 



By Dale Allen 



'AMO t ALWAVS ThOUCHT 
LAWVON WAi SOCObD 

rr TAK^y MisroatuMt to 

BAtMO Out tmc. trul 
CMA kACTtROS NLKiHSOHS! 



«U. HBONr. 



K'H A>4 TM KI0> 

•a ovtR TO th' 
LAWSON&-THtV've 

PUT U9 IM »»NCf. . 
Tm' HOUSC. 
BUANtO! ) 



TH- SOLXy HAVE ^ 
SttN VA.MAA-VJHtat 
S Txty COMC. • I 



— IDOX ! MV " 
DAO'S PtCTUaC 
ThC PAPtR 

6EAN MA ! ^ AGAtN! 



AW • • NOW 
OtNNtt*** 



She aai Ills maiden aunt, and her 
yotmg arid bright day.s were a long 
-vay behind tier She had come to 
live With him. and although he ex* 
peeled to find her a trial in some 
ways did not anticipate vig* 
uious npposltioii wi’h which she 
greeted hi.v suggr-juan ih*; h 
aould be a good Idea lu UL>^ialI a 
telephone 

"Joint ' site ' I shall die ol 

inghi if YOU bring ruia of thoae 
awful things iierr We -Imll tiave 
the houer bluwn down as wire At. 
anythlni ’ 

"Bui. prrt'esied John 'll' -.aie 
enough 'ITieres nothing whatever 



fintr Entry of 
Eoothall l oam 
Ear \oxt Soas<m 



Well, jump in my gui, Paul or- 
den-ri cheerfully. 

Ji;>i*n laughed in ;.ni>r i.> 

Karl *■-- already ordered a taxi 
II ■ •iiiuld t.r lierr any miitu'e 

Korgei n. he ■ug.jested, "and 
- •’me - ;ih me 

f'm afraid Karl wnii • uge ji 
Hiv brown eves regarded her 
flMiru.-.;,. Tliat matters a great 
deal to vou. dueen t i*‘ 

Jf’.vn did not replv She felt cro>4 
'i .1 iftfablf .ind she w.; •■Jd 
Pam g'>l out and openW the door 

• >f lln' rai Y-oi ma\ a- well let 
me »lnve >..ij lumi^ You cant 
*taiul here ut the ram. ;uu know ' 

II ill'l ‘4-eni .:!iy. Juon adoutted 
I Uinblrg III hut a' Pa'il vlnned the 

• u; ,.i <iie<l. 1 left my pursf in 
tJie iifTlr’. ' 

I'll ge- n for you' Paul oflered 
A;,-, .ei Karl know 



At a meeting of tt.r rxecutive -it 
the Victoria High b«'hiK>l Assoria 
non held on Wednesday evening -i' 
their riubrooms llio Broail thr*-*' 
a unaninmus dectsiisn WM^ ..' ••d 
in favor of entering a <> im m Uie 
Jiuuor Football League next -e4*-?n 
Final ratinraiioii bv tncnibt:!: of 
the association at thr next geiirral 
meeting u only nt'.' -'rv to aMUtc 
an entry in the league 
In the season just roinptrteil. U>e 
Ahiinni sqintii - i* dethroned a« 
chanipions when tuev -'.‘i- defens-n 
>•’ the flnaU by Uak Bi>> Blue 
llevtis 

Jj’ k Vain. pi< Id* tAi'.t iiid> 
Ihe pre;<*ni li* ariquaMerv w" ' be 
Vacated ni) oi before M.tv 13 ir. 
l4\ii; Ilf < latger hall v iiiimite 
wa* reii.'.if! , IJ.f 

next .. -f>ciatiori dan-- 



You needn't leli me that inter 
iitjuert the old lady. ^\^k at ihe 
{hou.-Ahdj of poor. inmKeti' lmiiat.s 
It killed las! y-’vr " 

"Ol-. but tjiat wa*. a 'yphoon 
4.d.i. hot a teleplione 
She looked film ‘vlernJy for a 
nii'rn*'M Tlien i may not have 
•‘cn lo school a- recenUv v vou 
John," slie remarked, out =' '.*■ 
i b'j know that Uie 'vprioou it the 
Ebnperor of Japan ' 



SUPERMAN 



By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster 



roiu: 



lakiT.g 

nil- : othe* Oh. no’ I'il gu iiiv'-ej ' 

Hit. HI J*'At' wondered why everything 

-»med lo intsTtf’-f .r}i her rc- 
i..Hh 1 h.*'e VOU1 lawn i;: '! ■ with Karl DnMi Paul and 

eiemiig -eemed bent on making tro.i 

Surry, but I'shali be u uig it Bu* xhe nut be rude lo 

Inm the lieilge Pa*!* Alter all. Karl mmed to 

"Y'cnj rant trim a hr*:gr with a !ikf htru 
lawn mower' " TTie .ri.mf ot ihe flub was nn* 

"You tan do any’hing v.. !. a >.! • -"j>i«ed in and hurried 

l.iwti' mower if V”U d”i. warn Iti the rorrUlor Afterwards 'he 

lend h WMijiieTed whai Inslmct piumpied 



'.Senalnr 

job 

' But (her* -ire ri 
'Well , aid V 
•Tell >•...* what 
l»oim a fommi«7i 
why there are no 
work Oh that ■' 



MISTER ^A 600^J. 
YOU'LL l^jCiT TAKE ME 
DAVY 



By Fred Nehet 



AT Vi 
trouble 
wn" 

•bHOE^! . 



f *SAlUKJ 

OVER the 
i eo<jMDlN‘ 

MAIM Ji ^ 
I r L 



J (ouc hT'J 

^ (ouchTj 



OUCHiJ 



THATS 

WHAT 

YOU 

thivk! 



POP 



By J. Millar Watt 



YOU*? MOTwgR AMD I ADE 
TV4IMKIMO Qi^ OOiNO TO 
HAWAII, PMOEBE / 



WMAT Will 
IT COSX 
US 



thinking about 
IT won't GOST 
YOU 

^ ANYTWIKJO 



‘Only women o-e powder 



Men wash Ihemvlves 



PR»C€ TA<i ON TM6 NtW SUiT i MoTNgR -! FAVOW'Tr 



BLONDIE 



iml If ashinut^^ft fts Eathrr of llh i.onntry 



Bv Chic Young 



MAVK TUEV1?E 



DID THAT RNCKAG6 WITWI TVS’ 



DOTTLE 
NECK / 



’ wiavtxi *■ 

PL£ASS SeVD 
THOSE TUIHGS 

upstairs id 

MVOPnCE? 



BOMB-SKSMT samples roQ 

L our DEFeWSE ORDER J 

ARR'VE??* TS , 

f. RususnjFP 



safety PtMS < 

RUBBER HIPPLES ; 



[ VES MR I 
BOYSTEAO 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. Kkl [ >A V. A PKI I. 18. 1041 



Biisiness and Professional Directory^ Want Ads 

Chf Sails (folcmirf » VSTEI.-«,SrEtLAStOl5~|sri^»TS ,ND 



Chf Sails (folcmist ‘ 

^ I JAt-^UO to iot:nt mvmori of t tr*r 

HAIM f«K rl-AaSIF^IlU OH WANT 

T^ft irfTf M.*.. «A*i]no* Ul.. I, 'On BHICKWOKK AMD ftRm^CU. 

ot ><mi l|Ottfl» WtRIMU. U>WE8T micBB IS 
^nu ■««pi«4 lor low U>io t**imi>fi»# Mr tow 1 «UM nuMood aod , ** r*pair< O !t«M 



S IN MEMORIAM 

JAi-vUSH is iot:nt mrmori of a dr*r 
• tfr and uttrr Lana Jtcaarr. vno 
pM***6 aaar Apr. I 1 lOU 
Bunui.ii* paaiti ir.adoaa lal>- 



Taooama a aard .atb in^rUan. t«ai«« 

*.l.i ^T.5 -TJi? mouan-m* mam mar., or t»» 



mrnia a«apiad lor law U>ao tvaoir'lna 
mi« 



littarcrd Mr Mar laUM QuMaod 
i;ilar. 



Daatb ana funara. Houtra ri M firai . ~ ' “ 

mwruon t:oo for a»ei» addiMonal lB»#r- BVTTON l.» f..,rt luamwrr of «jr d»»/ 
Don UarrtAia*. Card* of Tbanai ara vi«4n*r. Ar.na Mar, a Button «>><i pav*.! 

In Ucir.oriam Nottrt* lit* pff taMritan April If i)3« Al*o our d«ai 

— — ~ — — •• failirr litrl.atd ^uMott. arm paiard 

Rirtb Koiiraa. II M D*r tD>*riian a»ar March ii Iftf 

, Krrt tra.rcnM'r^d ii« |; r.r lo'.i'^a ^o 

Adtfrtlaara .ho daair# mar ra.a rapua* p„<. and dai«l,tar.. W.i.r,.* Do«.» and 
addretaod to a mm at Ti>* C<v''ni*i ai.n p.i^jl,. 



H AtaoRcseu: u(.'aupii*^> ab im* 

pr«>rr Boi a«M. • 

lindABLC MIOULBAOeO MAHRSCO 
Ik wan f#a«ir»» (ami oui'. naar Vu- 



Rirtti Koliraa. II M D*r tD>*riian 



uif.« itaort ''arr.''. 
lam. T.ar i. n»r v F 



r t'ndar'tand* all 
■ nr AlOvn M 



rapliaa lo thia raaa add u.r'a aora* 
'Boa CotoolaO la tna courtl tei t(ir 

n.iKbar of anrda 

r><it-«(>town rradart of nur ar<<afii*» 
manta *<k adrartkaart to tn* artdrrrt a* 
*ai: at pliorf numMara a* It i* ' ot aiaa««| 
Hortibva lo commuoicata ifirouab ina 
phnna 

Anr cialm for raSa'a oo arrount of I 
arror or uailaakona inuat oa v^ar-a •Mn’i- I 
tbiri* daia from tha da'* of n a tama i 
n'haroiaa riaim otii not iw al<t>»ad | 

Tbf raloniit «:ii nr>i rr<D«inaib’a toi I 
anoi* than >.na utrorr«''i in>artion of ar’l 
adrrriiMaaM ordar*d for moia tnoo ona 

Uaua 



1. liH.rt lOK> 

MrCAU. BRCtS 
•'Ttia pv.ira. f.inara. Hnrna'* 

Otk.'a and (hai.ai (orriaf jubnaao ants 
Va<.cw>i>ri Ptrtalt I 

(‘.looa n ardai. M >3 ' 

a J rfRRY At BOM 

f .r.atai Dirailuit 

Cornrr Quadra and Brvuanioa ■(ran* 

rncr.a uftll 

Diaitnciiia f .i.ara. Bariica in Our Ma* 
MoMuar* at M«>daruia Coat 
ripar.ancad Lad. A'landant I 

BAKU6 MOriTLARY LID 



I root WORK. BLAffllMti CLBARiMU i 
Ik iraa iMPtna and road a«ri Cooiia < 



MAN THIRTY. WOOUr UKl ' 
I »-'• i.i'i It .irt.a f ttiariaiiratf .. 
M*vi(.'ini and tranrirr bu 4 .(.rta O ardat. 

V'Ut'NU (ARPLMtH nANTB HUKX ' 
1 build or tapa i ai.rtl.ir.f O Jilt | 

»:a rtitiiaa and dicohatoha 

t liUAtKCll l..r (.aponantiiif pa.m 
• A r,a (a.KMPinini turn raiat K taaa 

k U. HOL-fic PAINTINU. RmI* B'a.nad. I 
*» Mu'co t Bior'i Troi'i'a CSarka K >774 | 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
IN WANT 
ADS 

Yl.,j t*n fCr^'cTd iour a; ;.%frs tt 
ae' At tCJ C #'*.'* ed frjvfri If" rn:$ 

»3 Titf Cc'cT'( r* c*»en 

'i'ff ‘ra n Win' Aartfiilct^r-ts 
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Crr.'<t c' if't bik* 4 Cclc- .vt 

t<» I # 4T: Ca-‘'C*3f ' 



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'*3 BUSINESS DIRECTORT 
iCffOUBttddi 

V IX CuDfUtAOB wooa IM PCR 
cam 0 r. inoaiir taaid*. (or 11 rd > 
rda lisa Kmdlmc 11 71 cd fitotatioad. 
raadr to ourit. i3 half cd I kUl 

\ LL COOnnAUt wood CO -Bont-aVr 
tioaauod 13 'i rd Rindunc. IIBO 't 
rd rurnac« nillaood I3.U cd O 3;4l 



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irAUlu K^AlHs A.I makaa ouaraouod , .» ptwa* lor raf* Mocuaa. looia a'b>ta *t«tu>»**di 

Ik aarttca Call ai.d drhtarad O Jll) ' ‘uftt'tura. *i aortl.ina rm* •t*h u «i»uja* rT" - — — . _ 

■ — — — - - - - — ^ of tAa call anrahoia au* lima O t’o; I.''’' '' .'"‘U Y ' R N 1 ■ II c n m 

4041 orrup. ASO krORI LQUPMLM \ ky m^wm ' « "'I adu ka 111 v., 

a MT BOORB BOUOin fOR CASH ANY I - aou.ta Jll % tt.c, 

rpHRU-OHAWrn STUL riLP lU SPK- uuai.Mr U»ad Bool Ofpi U.aaui. a — - 



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.. I r.LV‘ o'V.Vr*^*^ . . M.r,.UT*"o£Ji” 

tin Al-MCRV ttlM-R PLANTk rTt | aooKI Ho;ilMT r..R lAPlI Al M ’ ^ AH ' 'dPNI rtrtAt 

A URICI'LTX'KAL UMK.OAHDCK ROTK , ** Hl.t :f |; C" Un |(u<| 

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I ANDBl-AYINO, ROCK U A R D S M K I y Ca.i at.*«'.*ra .N lam o» d.» •aa*\t 



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adu.ta 311 Vattfw »r 



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tip-Iaiand fir 1 full rerdo Ijn R«b> .au ai-Bcri*' 
aid Hnpk.ni Coal A Wood Co C 7 »ll **** ^kBAPBr ttlM K PLANTk BTC 

H ONt DRY MALAHAt BLABWOOD \ 

rntxad i: Ml rntd ail Ur. •» v »- 1 L.n.* f Piioi.r U- n .M » >»K 



H UNt-DRY MALAHAt BLABWOOD 
mtltd i: Ml roid AU drrkaod »<Md. 
I rbrd IIOA 3 rord* n to Mo I Br a)*-: 
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H ut youbou ur malahat saw. 

daat. 14 10 aarlad J B Paint*, r 
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Ladt Al'ri-dant j ' '** ^t-rrl* and cSicieni Wort loar U EDUCATION.' 

I't.rr.r u 3113 Bhi*t>o J MrPhpr«nn Pnnnr f INI . 



da* pmlou* ■« piibrotinn 

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CI^ASinCAIIONB 

A'-rrat* tnt R*nl 

Arrraa* lor Bata 

Arr.aa* Wan**d 

Ai*n'« Wan**d 

Au'nt fnr Itira 

A-itnmobiIca .... 

Rirtt.* 

liirTiM and M'i'>irrrcir* 

Bna*» and l.a i" -hr* 

It i.Mina Mi'aru-t . . . 

It .•i.^vca r•l•*rlo> < 

H .cincic Oobnrtuaitr . 

Tardt 'll Thank* 

rhorch Net'rp* 

riM'im* r*)'*. Sbo«A f' — 

CfiBit"* ttmii 

nanriRf 

fica'hc 

nrt*amak.nf 

fd-jrati'.na! 

Parm* for Rent 

farm* for Bau 

fi'«* Wa»v4 

f *‘* and Aparuumta in R*nt .. 



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" tniuii.f paiiit.iii ru . rtaaonabii MAHOARlTi BUSINRU BCKUOt^ 

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to Box Numbers Over j r«* BAWDcrr'iM lowh 

the Telephone SAwomri ijjctcui sale .32 sicrcLt*. iMlelu'k «cy A.vtiwci plhmiu'km. mu 

n j Duti 1100. (4 »ark* 14 tS 1 103« * * lo jijjl Baikon.lJi* kirrclr* »ilb [ " CU.r.a . *i (uit An* Srop 

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Some of the Exceptionally Good Values Offered Today and Saturday 



Just Received a Shipment of Beautiful 



Rich in Appearance and Finish — Ready to Hang 

KINK DAMASK. MONK S CLOTH and NEWEST RUKTKX CKKTONNKS 
DAMASK DRAPERIES, an-l J • '.if.J- \ iu!l i 

tuh'r- Mu.lr uiili pni'li )u'aduij4-. P»m '.ij h'-.- . an'1 i.-mj.l' ^^0 

vMili Land Ur Ij.ii Ixv. A pair 

MONKS CLOTH DRAPERIES. ■■ 

lM<ht'> Htl>] J I 'juL k'llii. 

and tnnniird n ilh ■ -■loroil iif >i 
t»iinnun»; Ci>nt|ilrlr uill. ^ QC 
hand iic-l>a^ ' A pair ^0»wW 

MONKS CLOTH DRAPERIES. 

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lit, li;m- Krrmdi lu-.id* hTu?li tnnu»)in>:. T)'* • l ri*m-h 

umpU ir 7C •i<‘*idm^ Innikv and i • C OI« 

k-* A ha.r 53- ■ W ha;k.-. A pair 30. 



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live dc>ij;M^. Madr nith I’lcmh hiM" 
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DEEP PILE 
AXMINSTER 



In Which You Wdt Easily Recognize Better Quality 
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r . dr cii incliiduiy p p.dar pri . 1.:,, - ain1 iimr 



PLAIN BAND RUGS 

♦ (AXMINSTER) 

Ru&& m Deep Mulberry, Green. Taupe. Coral and Blue 



Several Widths 



RUFFLED CURTAINS. ?>■ . 

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A WALNUT-FINISH 

Dinette Set for ^67^° 



RUFFLED CURTAINS 



RUFFLED CURTAINS. it 



RUFFLED CURTAINS. 'I 

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BEDROOM SUITE 



In Walnut 
Finish 



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COAL AND WOOD. GAS. OIL AND 
SAWDUST BURNING 



RANGES 



Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools 



Sold on Our Easy Payment Plan— From $5.00 Dow 
and Convenient Monthly Payments 

SPENCER S STANLEY STEEI. RANGE - 
I - • . ’=dM*imr .• 'I i. i- l.n.- irv!' -. ‘ h.,ki', 

ftv I (1 ; iidh trim. • ; r<| ; rt‘1 -li * ! ':.i - • . * ...i 

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To Keep Your Garden and Lawns In Perfect Trim 

SPEEDY' LAWN MOWERS ' i-i, mr 1 4 m !i da :-. ^ 

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■•SINGER" MOWERS .tl ' ■ H .i ■ h Ida-l- . <P -j 

K f' hr.U 111 .' . 1 V I I ' t ' ' ^ I 

WE ALLOW ?1.00 FOR YOUR OLD MOWER 
Gtas.s Catchers n iih . d Steel Garden Rakes. ' 



Large Cup Waterfront F.xtra $5.00 

MANY OTHER MODELS ON DISPLAY 
Liberal Trade In Allowance on Your Ohl Rani 

Fireguards Fire Dog^ . i. ,,,| ^ 

aiid r-p. 1 r i I ' i ■ d it jg2 

*2 KI Co»l and Wr.od Fir. Gralr.— ! 



DINNER SETS AND 
TEA SETS 



Full Display 



}).*>r 1 ^ 1 . 1 r» 

Long-Handled Fo* s Shovels or 
Spades S I . IJI 

Long-Handled Shovels. ■ 



i.adies' Short-Handled Spades a* 
05c .1 

Ladtes' Rakes 3So ■ TiOr 
Larlies' Hoes fMIr 

Garden Hoes, • h .■? r p 



Solid Brass Fireside Sets 4 



Of Fine P.nglish China 
Attractively Low Priced 



Paints, Enamels and Varnishes 



Short-Handled Shovels 



English Tea Sets 



Dutch Hoes. Pr ;> • 

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Turf Edgers, < ■■ '■ 
Stir-Up Hoes 
3-Prong Cultivators 
5 Prong Cultivators 



Long-Handled Weeders 
Hand Trowels 
Hand Forks 
Hand Weedeis 
Gra^s Shears 
Pruning Shears, c-'* . 



Spading Forks •• ‘tii ■ • ii. 

■ . .It #1.15 ! .«.•! 

Spading Folks . ■ 

I . d al #l.ur> . , 

Ladies* Short-Handled Forks. 

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Victory" House Paint i r fmm 



Dimmer Set. p- i 



Victory" Porch Paint t 



Victory” Interior Enamel ' 



English Dinner Service 



Victory" Shingle Stain. 4 



Victory*' Interior Floor Vatmsh and Stain < \ 

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Victory ' Pure White and Orange Shellac. 



SEE THE DISPLAY OF TULIP BLOOMS 
Grown by Mr Arrowsrmth. Bazan Bay 
the Hardware Department— Today and Saturday 



English Bridal Rose Spray 



LIMITED 



If « mill aiio April II U .v'Xji naui 

:!*v r'*ni^nibr»f ihsi Kj.owledee 1/ 
and if vou will ke^p addin* 
to MHif /* you may in acquimm uo- 
fund ol Rcnrtai informauon dUeovrr 
•lie •<*crel of Your rr»«i‘' 

ar^ llk^lv cnm» from ron.M^t/': 
hard aom rather than by 
ihaii" Aa a ri^mman ^durator. 
iaw.rr atU't d--‘ - raP* ri-pre* 

oenlatne ln^^ntOf ex«-u- 

■ivr. bfitani*!. K»ol'dUt of .^rfurer 
■ mi alimiM win many admireri and 
an rtitiab> irirom* 

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a: rA'k.' -lid Mmllar Hicl.t 

V. -;”ld • Ilia rvnpa 

ramor^ if *r.- tc- 

and nrr no* dr 

<»■ arr >i/«ot'- lyjily 
) Ifit-"'.’ Im|«rnai t>il 

rd *• IK,' t,- i,' - : : f 

ir.uRi ' pan* arid 
and ’ f'ill and i 
’If’. "1,1 iv a*. 

■ C'-ipA at ij-.a R^o 

MI'M Ir « orp, 



Un»riiien law*, ahotild be re- 
apeeied on April 1* for dureaart 
of la^m may lead lo maav rom- 
pllfaliorw If >ou igi.itfp cuitoma 
from whirh they oriirmited A dl- 
vpfMt) of intrreptA may make P 
difTtcull to coiirentpale on matlera 
requirint rnn.Alderable thought 
«onren(rate on on«* thing at a iimr 
on ihiA dal**, and rio*e your to 
di.Airactmg K»ucifi» Watrh >nur 
di**i and do not uierea'. if vou auh 
to be In a men'ai aitd pMAiral ron* 
dmon that wih enable *ou m ai- 
simulale both facts and food with 
i*a/p Nervmi* ten.«ion will be the 
uiiderl.Mng cai-'w* of raafle.'A'nr** and 
Impatianre ethlbUed bv peor*** wl»o 
are Kept waiting f*w decwimw to be 
made or for anvofw to keep an ap- 
pointment Inability le pfi, k » one 
aubyrer in larrymt on a ronveraa.* 
Unn will be most annoying to lliitcn* 
erw Thetefnre married and engaged 
coupler, a* well aa aweelhrartj must 
speak in a coherant manner if they 
wish lo hold U>e attenUon of their 
belfjsed one 

If a w'otnan and April It .a your 
blnlKtay. vou will be Judged more 
by vour artJona than by your words, 
eapecially if you are married Your 
kKf tor experlmenUng may lead you 
to make dangerous te*'a invohuig 
human emotums. ao be careful tn 
this reapeet Yoti miut have an nut- 
IK lor earcaalve eoerf>. ao find tii- 



Oinnis said Thcie arr thirl) -two 
mbdlcinai plaziiA which Rrruh au> 
thOfllie.A feel should be developed in 
the Fjnplre. ami av a result .*^>eral 
rascara plamatinns are now ewtab* 
llahed tn British Columbia and riigi- 
tails 'foxglove of high potency ii 
being aeeured from sevenlv acres of 
'.and A* the outbreak '>f (he war. 
m.lv five acres mere pn-nwcing digi- 
talis. 

Rv using machti'erv man..fac- 
(•jrrrs of fibre Tav in Canada ran 
compete wnh produceiv anvwhere in 
the world Mr MarOmnU said 'nve 
Fmplre reeds liner, aiMi the fibre 
flax crop pa*’ 1200 per acre a-ph 
uo m<ar soli rxlvauviion than alih 
anv other common crop 

Rotary Pre.'*ldent Gerald Yardlev 
Introduced and (hanked Mr. Mac- 
OinnU. 



enough need since (he outbreak of 
‘lie war to grow a quarter of a mil* 
Jion Uvne of vrgetables for the Brit- 
y Uh public. Ernes* MacGinnia, mar- 
1 kei commLsslo(*er and serretarj of 
’he HrtUfth Columbia Aariculturil 
Prorturlion Committee, told the Ro- 
tary Club at Its lunrheon In the 
Empreu Hotel >'eKlerdav* 

To aacisl the war effort, the com- 
mi"e» u meniifagin* farmers tn In- 
Carada ha.s *.-m Ores* Bii'wln creaxe swine production Mr Mac- 



satvage ( orpa of Rrltuh ( nlumhia 
Iwuea |.U( of Krit, les far 
llrularly Desired 



gcrcrUrv of Rrillsh ( olumbia \gri 
rallural frodurtlon < «(mniiler 
Adrire««ew Rotary ( lob 



» .•.v-.-'la .e 
an'* r-'ij-U-, di. 
lead ai'i>r<,n<irr 



>or h\rr. 



■ T- ■ -■ ‘'nderf'il in- 

■ t'.e man in 

;;C train .**1. wonderful 

You pr • c*jme out of 

t-h* call-bo- »ni '>>e I just 

' - --ed a li'.'le dial ai,d I got Llv*er- 



FEMALE 

FUNCTIONAL 

COMPLAINTS 



AT NiGHT..iri:;;.., 

Put S-purpoa* Va-tro-nof up each noa- 
tni . . . (f> It ahrinkji iw^len mem- 
branea. ig> Aootbea Irritatton. •!> 
Keifa fliMh na«l paaaagea. claarlrw 
mucua. reilerln* tranatant congaatioo 



“XRIEX* 

If April IS u your biritidav. 'he 
beat houn for you on Uua date are 
from 11am tn I p m and fmen 3 
*o 5 pm. and from 9 to It pm 
The danger pertoda are from 9 to 
Ham. from 3 lo 9 p m . and from 
11 pm. until |udnifhi. 



Try Lydia A fiaktaem ■ VegetaMc 
Compound to belp redert eaoatnlr 
pam.baadaehee bachaebe aad Aton 
rmta eranky. r—U— nerree due to 
ruoettonaf dieordera Ptakbamt 
<a very eSfc-tiee tn help bnttd up re- 
•itiaare for week, tired women, 
ktede la Cenadat 



But the fed up man in the oppo- 
•r -.-rr-,*r ij, no mood htr tueh 



750 BROUGHTON STREET 



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