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NO. 12a^XTY*S16HTH TBAR 




EIGHTEEN PAGES 



UNIONS URGE MNERS TO ABANDON WAGE STAND 



HLVEimNS 
BEGIN PMY 

Oeiegi^tes Attending fifgt fro- 
vinclal Canadian Ugjon 
Convention— Flfty-FoUr Or- 
ganizations Rtpraa^MId 

ARMISTICE DAY URGED 

AS NATIONAL HOLIDAY 



CROWDS An END l H^m^ First Prize at BeUingham FesUvaL i lA ROR HEADS DECLARED 

Till ID CrQTIl/AI r^^^^^^^T"^"^^ tiiirti/u UkA\juivk\uu 

MM ■ -'- -■l.TA gE ujjgj^g WORKERS 

Thousand yictorlans Make ^^^^^ -••^^ 
Excursion on Princess Char 
totte to Annual Flower fete 
at BelUngham 



Ex-Snivico Men W.iiited on 
Civil Serviro Cominission — 



Not Getti 



oquaie Deal 



From Oliver Government 



VANCOUVBR, May 7.— Nlntty-llYe 
d«l«|rates from fifty-four branrhra 
A( •^•••rvlre m» n>- 'irK.i ni 7,.i i lon^ In 
llrltfnh (■'cilumbi.i ;ir<- allrndint; I tu- 
tu ■ irovirx.Hl (unvfnlliin i>f th<> 
V inHfii.iri i-f;,-ion of \hf British ICni- 
plrfl Hervirp l/4>BffUe WhlCh •POBOd 

bere tbU *aft«rnoon.. 

Co 'Opon^tlvo unify f ^iBt* 

xtandlnc r<>alur(> nf Indav H dvUkOM- 
linns. I.lriit -(!rn Sir l'or»'y Lake, 
K <■ It ptPBlfloiii of I 111- Dominion 
<MiPitn;ini| rxplatncil th'- (frowth of 
iti" iiiiii', iflea. Oonerril H. K. Mc- 
l>on)«id, chAlriun and Itrst vlm« 
f r«fl4«nt •( th* DomlBlon maiBUftd, 
^^tiod the ooBvmtioa. 

, Tllo probiatn of rmploymont foi 
^fftally fllnablPrt voteranii. Intro 
(iur^d liv way of .1 r»»(«o1utlon npf>n- 

ni»-,| i,\ ,N>w \\>«t ml nsl (>r dPl^Katrs. 
• iiiHrd fnuih (1 incunnlon. iinl I'-iilrt'cl 
;r. I Mripclal rommltfef> belni; luinird 
to d«al with th* matter and fubmAt 
a r«»«rt to tha ooavantlon tMaorrvw. 
\rmMlce Itaf BoUdar T'rercl 
<Mh»>r resolution!^ carried were; 
That .1 board of oxamlnora of not loaa 
than four mansb«r« be appointed in 
•ach proviMo to asamlna and rui« 
on pondlon eaaea. 

"njat Armliittri" r>nv. Nov»>nib*r II. 

Ill mi<r|.- . n,iti'"i,il Nnlldiiy 

Thai ilii I'rltnr MiiUMter Vif aiikoil 
lr> Bp|ioiii( .1 tPtiirtH'I soldier to one 
of the \ai-.iiit ;KeutH on the <'lvll Sorv- 
Ice Commlnalon. 

That authorltiea combine to 
relief from taxation and lack ' i 
road* to raturqad aoldier Mttlera m 
Baaf OVMtr. Navtoa, B.Cf arv . 
•prrfcv Prnalona Untrd 
That tlM DoBitaloii oamBumd ba 
uraad ta approach tho FMaral Gov- 
arnmaiK Mgardlny the vraatlnf of 
meHtorloai sanrtoa paoalana to ax- 
•"-rvirp mm wke raaMMd tha at* of 

."ixlv vf>ars 

''I'l royal rommliMlnn now In- 

. 'tiK i ' li;: I ho situation Iti Hrltt«h 
iinii , rfgiinlinK the tnentally 
deHclcnt. be acquainted with tha lack 
Ht propar acoomMe4atia« for re* 
teraad aoMlara, attSavtns from mental 
tronblaa dua to war esporleacea. 

One resolution declared that hm- 
pointmentn had been ninde by ihe 
I'rovlnrliil < ;..\ rrnniont uhl. li were 
not In a<iorO with the policy laid 

rtown of civlav ax-aanri«a ma* profar> 

cnce. 



VICTORIA'S FLOAT WINS 
FIRST HONORS IN PARAOE 



Mayor Pendray Heads I nra 
Contingent and u/eat He 
ception Is Given — Aldermen 
Address Banquet 



ONR theuaaad VlrtorlanM mixlo tbo 
trip on the I'rInMRM (b.irloiif 
1 lo thi^ annual ltrlllnirb.uu Tulip 
[•'ewtlval. Headed by Mayor I'arl 
I'ondray. the local contingent pulled 
away from tha Ballovllla Btraat whaj-i 
aharp on tlia atreka of aiae, and from 
that time until th» veawel touche<l tb' 
dork niratn ahortly after nine p n 
tru>rrlm«nt and fun wm» the krynoi. 

Victort* iKiored a moot slrnlffcant 
viotoiT when tha olnto float took tho 
first prtita in tha fraat parada. Tliar«^ 
was rreat rejoieinir wtta* tha nawa or 
tho Judjron' decision lenohcrt the i.nt 
of tho \'|i torla rx('iirBlonUt<« M .n* 
com n I •■ II 1 - wiic lioa.rfl on ' < ;t 

ful float prior to ih>- paiadp, 
but when the frlt^tmlnir m^jm of 
Illy wlklta, dalteaiely tintad with blu» 
and Mrw trfnwninsa waa aaan with 
Qiie^n .Toycei Worniald. In h*r strik- 
ing' robes of dopp vuirple and ifownod 
In Know \\ h I • rf.i. \\ .V a luisli 
nmonfr the rii<ij»w - ' f p>-opi.« who 
line<I tbe route In i . m l.'-i -i . .< M,,it.-.| 
at 26,000, aad prolonged cheers and 

a«»te«M vraaTad tha aoat w tt paaaad 

alonf. 

iriaa Wormnld repreiM>nt*d tha late 

Quern X'ictnrin ii Ihe nffe of elffhteen 
\rarM I'l I ! i. Ue l a picture of beniifv 

s . I.. I." ' , --ftlinir i ! .: 'M- 
iTOwn and many jewels nimrki.-d 
britfhtly In th* bricht sunAhlne, 
which wail prevalent thrpiurhvat. 

l^ontinuad *>n' ntg* » 

BUILBINO SHOWS 
RISING PROGRESS 

FICRMITS FOR MAY TO DATB IW 
VlcnORlA IlKACII I-IOVNIS 
OP tM.^M 




TO RELAX PAY DEMANDS 



A itovK pictured is the otHotal VletoHa City float aB« 
^ ^ Queen Joyce WornMtld. whlah wan flrat priaa far o«t- 
of-towa floats at the saventh aaaual tulip fvatlirat at 
HelUniliMn, Waahlnrton, yesterday. Ovrr v. non inclttd- 
inff from this city, viewed the macniflcont diaplajr 



of handlerfcte. aM many »loWln» eommentn or prals* were 

hoard thrOQChout the t«o rnili' pro< e«jii,,n ijuci-n Joyce, 
represented the laio guPen \ htorla ,if til.' lime of her 
ac<r..,Hi,,n The n . ■wciitv ff.ur feci \nng and tWOlve 

feei hljh. It waa ne< caaary to ship it io parts. 



Society Leaders Engage 
In Menial Strike Tasks 



1 



c I .uiiL'N i nishwa«?Tirr News 
Women Ui^aiiize bclvcs as AuAiiiai\y Service 



Contmot for New oabmlral I-NmumU* 
turn OMIa for $M,OM 
tna* Im OMjr 



FORTYTIfiHT RIOTfR.S 
AHIESe IN (iLAiiliOW 



l-oiiur I N, « iiiiiH When Oan«a lalrr- 
inr Willi Tmlte—BfvM Vana 
Tar«e«a of Attaafc 



• Ot«A8aoW. Ifar 7.— There waa » 
raeurrence of rtlMorders her* toniirht 
4Ulinff wblrh tho police »nade fre- 
quent ' hnrc.-c v^llh th^lr clubs. Forty- 
alRhr •...<. , „ . .. .rrested. 

(ianK.i s.-itbercd in nevefal main 
str**ta and tried to stop traffic. Bread 
vana war* made special ob|acts of 
attcek. No aea^or waa one, faug 4ie- 
1 than another wan formed ta 
' tha attacks In adjolnin* streets. 

VASroyvr.n M,,y - David Mc- 
Khv, elB:ht\ i I I fod.v while In 

a local hotel inhere he roomed and 
• lied befor* medical aid oonld bo ae- 

. 'irr,) 




With the lasuaoca of a permit yps- 
tTday to Christ Church Cathedral for 
the construction of the concrete 
foundation and floor of tha n*w AhkIi 
oan Cathedral har*, at aa eatlmated 
coat of |4C.0«0, tbe city bulldtoi* flc- 
tires for the flrat neven days of May, 
in?6. exceed tho value of bulldinc 
done In tho cit\ iliirinii cither Janu- 
ary or Kebruary. and almost equala 
I Mr total far th* month of April thia 
year. 

Bulldins permits have been isKiied 
at the City Hall thus far durlns May 
by City BtHldlnff Inapeetor Jam*a Barf 
Io the total value ot |t4.!50, as com- 
pared with tbe fiffarea for the other 
monthly of the prenent year to dale, 
uhich were: January, 128,516: Febru- 
ary. $r.r,.305: March, flM.TM. and 
April, }67.2aO. 

A total of ItSl.tfi haa been reached 

in building in the city alnce January 
1, permits belnft chiefly ianued 

for const ru< I ion of xtorei. rexldencea, 
< hurchoN and cat.iKea, as well as many 
ii itoraiioo-< :o hiiiidlnBi an4 tfwalUhta 
In the community. 

Work baa already atorted In oon- 
nsetian with the chridt ("hurch Cath- 
edral, for which Mcwrii. Parfltt Broa. 
are the f onl ra < i ors. and Mr. J. C.'M. 
Keith, the .ir< hitrct 

In addition to the i iilicir.il con- 
tract, permit.-* have thin month been 
iMKued to Mellor Bron. for an ft.lKlt 
Btor* and afartmant hnUdlnv on 
BrancMMn iC»a*t. na*r tha Royal Vlo- 
tarln Thaatro; to Measrs. A. t^ar- 
mlehael A Company. .for a SS.ROO re.i- 

taurant-Store structure on Fori ,»<treet, 
above X>o«Wlna 8treei. and to othera 
for It e se r 



LONDON. May 7.— Bocloty women i 
are acaln buckUn# ^OWn to t) 
menial tasks which many of them 
performed with almal resource dur- 
ing- 'It \« j i III' 1 'Ir-il I imos in \\ be 

HOf-n -t+t*»*e'"cnii«i»h da>» dlahwaahtnir 

or xeiiinf aowapapara flrom ttotor 

lorries. V . 

Ona of thasa Is the Duchess or 
Sutherland, who is drlvinar a lorry for 
The Times and The Eveninc Standard 
and selllnt; i-^.-^ ion to pasasiUhy, 

Amoav other society woman flnH* 
larly employed ara tha Du^haaa of 
WaatnUnatar, Vlacouoteaa Maaaarswe 
aad Farrard. who la a noted aoaiety 
hannty. and rrican. 

7tMi i.uroiicU 

Moat of theaa faahlaanbia vofan t aara 
are mambara of tha wnman'a auxiliary 
xerrtc*. With a membership of 7«a. 

thli* body \9. keeping aeventyflve 
privately owned lars at the depot of 
the Mlni.str\ .,r Transport, ChO hoe- 
pitala and the newapapera. 
The membora of tha aualllanr aarv- I 

South \lii(<t / (ihon ff s 
Support British Lnions 

rATFTOWN. Houtb Africa. May 7 
— -The varinun iuboc bodie.« tbroucb 
out tho I nion of Houlb Africa bave 
paaaed resolutlonn of svmpathy with 
the lirltiah workers. The reaolutlona 
urge that appeals be made for funds 
to aid tha atrikara. 

CONSTABLi:S niTiin 

By HUNGRY CITIZENS 



Ice whirh is linked with the volun- 
ir . I r anspori ition aervicen. headed 
by Mr.^. Sunley Baldwin. Wife of the 
Prtm* MlalaUr, aH<^l*<l>« 1" Arat aid 
nn« llad^< )wa» i^rk 

Tho wouHnV-tmnHHisr ' service la 
under the leadership of <'ommand«nt 
Mary Allen who was docorateij for 
h - r w ;« r ^r: s ,- an d w h . , later t r a i ned 
womoii p..!,, o in (icrmany and Ire- 
land I 'onini.mdant Allen, Who Is 
energetic, bobbed haired aad wears a 
natty blue uniform, fa addressed as 
"Sir" by her s\ibo',iin;,'. 

Praparp for i irM .via \n»>iu 
As soon as the strike began Com- 
mandant Allen Immediately organised 
a ahoVt course of Intanalva taalnlng In 
flrat aid for abla-bodlad women. By 
tha middle of next week, many hun- 
dreda of these will be qualified to 
deal with street ca.sualtles. Many of 
the women are l.einjr trained to drive 
Red Ooaa a 'jihu ! , nces. should violent 
claabea oc< \ fleet of 120 autoa 

has be*B offered for immadlata 
si^vleo. 



Magar Tender§ t% 
BMnglmmThaiikB 
Of VUiHa CUUenM 

' r*HK following wire wn« din 

pat<hed by Ma\<ir Carl 
I'endray to Mayor KoIIokjj. of 
llellinKham. from tho Princess 
Charlotte, en route to Victoria 
last night, axpraagtns the 
fralaaa af Vtotorinna who made 
tha trip yaa t a r day; 

"Returning Victorians are 
loud In praise of your wonder- 
ful parade. I regret excee^^lngly 
b»>lna unable to be with vou fo- 
iuj,.'h'. lldVO iioKi 'l A l<l('f 11,1 II 
FiiowT> |o oxproHj. 11 ppio. 1,1 1 Ion 
of 'Mir ii'-dia; hotplt.ilil\ ex- 
tendeil t.. \li-toiiH ciil/cn* 
(SUno.l ) 

M \ ^ ' • [ • ' I ■ ; i ! 1 \ ■ 



30,000 VOLUNTFIRS 
WANTED A8 POUCE 



IIU.H1:^ bl-A Ul.l AUV API'K.iL«S l-'OU 
MORf: HPEC IAIj tX>N8TABLiE8 

*tattm» mt mokbay 



3 TO MAKE EAST 
WILKINS FUGHT 



OOMMAKDICR, M.\JOR I.AXPniKU 
AHD I/r. WI8KI..KYTO UO 
IM DSmftOITKR 



MUa VUclM Orar V* 
Ivan toB* 
O nao ltn e at 



Saturday/, Mni/ S 

, iSHlh I>a). 

TItK Wr ATIIMt 

, V^to'i.i and \ lclnil> Light to 
moderate windf., senerally fair with 
eccaalonal shew era. 

lUanat 4:44 nVtoak. 
Mpt T!S4 oV«nrk. 

TMO: It I I n oi n 

ham TMe: g:Oi p ••• . tort. 

The News 

Iiv-nl and rrovhMinl— 
• QH*«a caataat oommutao appaala f 
i ehlaona far thair tinatBiMrd a«9> 

port 

I MiidiriK permits thiB yonr, ta #nte. 

t < ■ t I 1 .1 „■ I 0 « •, 

\ !■ t,,i la ( It \ I!-,.' ■ , -irsl prlie 

til. Hoi h 1, u b'< 'II rulip teatival, 
cknadUn I OK I oil eanirantian opan* 

la Van' o>i\ cr 
BW^Clllon, Imperial an<l f orclcrn— . 
NhWfOUndlanil ninli police 

fore*. 

Ottawn House adjounts (or week 



LIBERALS IIEMANDINU 
PROVINCIAL PARLEY 



»> ftody IO Vnrvr Issnc rnlPM 
R.C. Kxrmtltc ( alls ('((nTcnilon 
•Ultimatum 



l4hor laador* trying to tndnee 
miners t« abandon wsgti ainad 
Birtrlah Oovemmom rkilma. 

Boflety 1ead«rB bnckl* down to 
menial (Nshn tn auMtort of Oov- 

• I noil ii ' 

i.r.i.. Ill i..,kr... appeal fur lO.ato 
ei»vvUi conataMaa. 



, ^ ..-a 



in I! ■ X 1 May 7 -Unless the 
IJberai ITovinctel eaocntlva edlls a 
Provlnctal Uboml eanvantlnn aaon, 
Bnmahy Provincial Uharat Agpeela- 
tlan wUI taha staps fo force tho Issue 
ajid do so Indapandently. 

ThIa ultimatum wan sent to the 
Prorlnclal I.lbersl Association Thurs- 
day niaht hv the rt\irna>>\- Asm,.,-!,, t |on 

follOWlnS no r •! 1,11, .. 

^*ancouvor i,i>" . 1 i 1 '<T» 

• 

African Printers Rap 

Effort t9 Curb Prt— 

I' 'H S ■ \ I' SMI M' . \|j,T 7. — n*- 

'iif • H'.' .-iK,! asreement pre- 
-.' h .,' 1'. ,h« Typogmphtaal 
I ' ' oday Issued a wsmla# to Its 
• 1 I . rs to Ignore th* gonth Africa 
Tr,«d* Union's appeal not tn print 
anything damaging to tho caus* of 
th* Mrttkh etrlham 



o mCICmi. HV ^T toarrest 
MUVRRH,' COlmtOlVTKD BY 
•JM AWGRY ( ITIBERi 

lltiiijrT \s.rilnd l«y I'nrmplnycd 
a!) Roaoon for Attack on Relief 



IIAIIBOU fSKACi:, .vnd . May 7 
Fonrfiil of bloodshed ."hoiil,! ilic\ at- 
tonipt arrests, twenty (l-.- iM.Ii.onnon 
soul from St. John • vesiicate 

yesterday's iineniplo} ntent disturb- 
ance at Island < ore. narrad warranti^ 
on the ringleadera and r*tum*d h*r* 
to ask the Oovernment for inatme- 
tions. They wefr* ronfronted at the 
station with a crowd of t.dOO anirry 
'itirena and feuad 1^ would be im- 
poesihle to effect arreata without In- 
JiirlnB women t\\-\<\ r hlldren. 

• rr 'In V. 100 iinemplnved men 
fr ■ ,nd < "ovo marched here and 

nfi' i • '• I'nc relief wrecked tbe 
rifTlcovi . ( ii , inMj-n ofT^rlals. Tho 
leader of the dlsturbanco told the 
poliro today that he waa hnngry. and 
othofa gnr* tha aama ronaon f*r thair 
actfon*. 

SlHJAA.tiA^iDJTS 

iiAMA.<»cUi^ jiny 7 I ..,,11', 

ivere killed today br the I ron, h in 
(oiirse of inoppinn up' operations In 
the MId.in quarter of Dasaaaena> A 
number of auaperis were at 



nr FREDBRirK T,BWIi< r KnV 
Sp»rl»| rorreapoadvfit of Korii- •rr>--ir»n 
N»wip«p»r Alllanr* Cnprrtf • tun 

FAIUMANKS, Ali-iva May 7 - 
Wilklns. Kanphler ,in.l U isoley — this 
will be the crow of the rqonoplane 
I>otrolter when she heads Into tha 
Arctic. from here thIa afternoon or 
tomorrow to "flolah th* >oh" of the 
OatroH Arctic oxpodltlon. Capuin 
oaorg* H. Wilklns. expedition com- 
msnder. will take with him as pnot 
rharles M WIseley. reserve I ir- u i r... n t 
of the I'K .Mr Sorrl^-e .-, n . I \t ,1.,. 
Thomas f; I.an; \,. s<^r 

I fl.\ .Ts unofficial .'h-erNor for the War 
I >epa rt ment . 

They are going to Point Barrow 
with tha ospocUUon of ramalning 
nntll th* mlddla of ndkt Joly or th* 
flrat of Aagnac. 
It* la barely pnjisihie etreliar 
Continued on Paso ) .1 



T» ■ I.I . Mm 

rollixl In 



1 -.1* o , 1 Men V I r . ;l d \ I ||. 

btrlkc Constabulary — 
for 



U>NDON. May 7.— Sir Wm. Joyn- 
son-Fflcks, tho Homo Becratary, has 
made an appeal for meif to 

vViiunteer aa special constables.' Join- 
infT the 2*,a«o already enrolled, so 
that by Monday thara wiU ha n farce 

of 60,000. 

Sir William commended the re- 
sponse to his previous appaal. "But." 
he aald, "tha mattar la urgent, and the 
aoonar wa get a strong, indeed enor 
mons force, th* aoon*r can I provide 
protactien for todlvMnnla. pnrtlevlnrly 
in I..ondon. 

".May T aay. therefore, that 1 want 
60,000 apecial constablea by Monday 
morning. Over 2<l,00<6 hav* alraady 
enllstad. Iitrely thar* mnat be an- 
othar In L«ndon wllBng and 

eaifar to aoTve their country for a few 
days, or even months. In thia crtsls. 
It may be that men have the rlirhi to 
withdraw Ihoir labor, but It is a bso 
lutolv .frtain that In a free c<iunti' 
men have the right to work If they 
wlah to do so." 

Spunidt (Ih Off ft ( (Hi/ 

To British ^Ivujnstups 

MADRID, May 7.— Tha Bpantsh 
Oovemmant haa daelded to fantltate 
the bunkering of British boats mtb 
cnaPat flpanlsh ports. It Is expiaine<i 
that this meaaiire was taken because 
the Oovernment de^irea to asaiat the 
Ttrltlsh »;overnmenl In COgtelg with 
the strike aituatlon. 



Appeal Made to Citizens 
On CarrUvcU Queen Contest 



A «mr t'lnnn \\ rlcomp 

T o Captain Amundsen 

NOME. May 7. — Plana were rom 
ptoted har* today to welcome < spt 
rtnald Amundsen after a flurht in the 
dirigible .Nnrge acrnoa the North Pole 



IN conaeetlon with tha carnival 
qnaMi caMaat tha OMMnlttaa ap- 
penla tn tha eMftwlka nf Yietavfa In 
tho naenmgnngtng open letter: 

"Th* n»nthy and apparent entire 
lark af anthnalnam being sbovn h; 
tbe elflaons In penersl toward the 
' ' ■ . I>a\ . o lobr .1 1 Ion In \ l<t.iri;i 

It !• 'e.«r has l.eeri , n f^l )f If e r I n p l>lovr 
I" 111" execurtse , . n , in 1 1 ' r .• Ii.t\ing 
thin to iharice an.l sin.o ii,„ queen 
contest closes on ."slurrl-i SA,\j |5, f| 

may be nec e s sa ry to curtail the oala- 
brat ion 
unlaaB tha 
of tha pnhM* la forthoamti^ Imnt* 
d lately. 

"Aa planned at prosent th* budset 
of ex|»enae« la approiirr-itrh tin non 
and to meet this *o *re i^^rt*- \ 

COnnllng on th<- re\, n tertved from 

tha quean contest. ,N.itionai iNtdges 



epomtlan of tha lacal merchaau 
fmm almoat ovary ator* in the down 
tnwn gaetfan af tha etty. and during 
:ha waait eommondng Monday May 
anybody not wesrlnr their t'nric- 

"•III either Ije ror!»Mere,| , . , r 
ashamed of ibeir iiattnn.Tli". til', 
Inc no Interest wbstsoe\r' „ ^f^^ 
'.«rri v.i r^'-t, ration All citlxena are 
'''•'^''•'' ■ iiesied to purchaae a 
baUa* ot their chotoo and prandli 
dlaplnr^ 

"Tha aommUtoa am mtf gmii^ gg 
pnbUe so na nts, and ainee the re^ebm- 

tton Is a civic enterpriM* the un«tir. '--i 
and wbol.hesrted euppoH Of every 

' ^''.rn.'d tn-HMka tha aar- 

r 1 I . ■ 4 ■ , r '■ ' • '• 

r ', i...,.it,. 
boost the tarnlval! 

"R. V. C 

tha qimn 



Congress .^rl::llinj^^ W ith Coal Strikci >, (jcn t^rn- 
iiRiit Asserts ( oiiJitions Tlirmix^lioul (Country 
lin{M ( )\ iiil:. Aiitlioi itic'N Sa\ li.iiii ,'^iM\ii.~e is 

Doubled — Peace 1 alk Makes No Headway 



Rowdyism Breaks Out in Several CUies; 

Disturbances Easily Quelled by Pohce 

Lo.M^Ul^I, May 7.—\ laic edition ol Tlic llritisli Cazetlc, the 
riovrrnmrnt'* mouthpiece in the strike, tonij^ht stW: 

"Tlic Trades I'liioti Conprcss comtiiittcc is tt\iii_: lo in- 
line c tlic miners to relax their u«bstinatc altitude in the mailer of 

It ailflcd thi-> cxpl.iiii- Imlav - <ta1rinrnt l>\ K.iin^.i M i. noii 
aid, head of the Uabor party, that tli« Laboritcs are nut Icitinf; a 
inomefit jpasa wtthotit some attenipt' d^via^ ways of peaee and 

locuiiiinodations." ' '■■ • 

\ T.ONDON M.iy 7 Neither sl.lc of 
"it-. li--i "iio Nhows the sIlKbtoM 
dtapoaltlou of yielding tn tha other. 
On tha aantmry. thara la • tendency 
• o uaa stronger foroos on both aldaa. 
The Oavernmant is enrolling theil> 
sands of additional volunteers to auk- 
•titute the strikers, and Announces It 
will rcinforc* th* poli.e li\ I' 
If pOMKiUlo. 50,004 apecial • • i .;,t. 
<>i' ' -I.I" Ihe Tradea irilloil ■ .n.;rl•^^ 

\s i.ilKint of brlngloK ' '> "- - ti.l 

lino of .lofori' e w hi.'h, it l.s c laluioil. 

would add anothar a.f44,0«*4 to tha 
strtkara. , 

Bo far aa tha ganaral yahlte la oan* 
eamad thinCa aaam to be ifrawing 

easier daUy. Tha orxaniKatlon pro- 
vided bv the Oovernment an.l volun- 
teer f ft . I ■ '- , . ■ . f,,r ii.insporl, 
la coniinually Improvit^g, with a con- 
sequent 
vanlanca. 



ONIONS RAPPED 
BYlMfOltD 

Anti-Social Weapon Must Be 
Withdrawn Before vSettle- 
ment Can Be Reachedi De- 
clares Liberal Leader 

STRIKE INDEFENSIBLE: 
POOR SUFFERING MOST 



Capitalists Least Hit of All— 

Run Qear purdSi a/id Pay 

Price' 



L 



ONDO.N, 
>d 

, Tha BrHlah Ctaaatte, U>rd 



May 7. - In a i. f^-aKo 
printed in th* Oovernment -.iiiK>> 



•f iNihUg taogn- 



Oifard nai AaqnMh eo n ia m aa the 
atrike lOfaiani and says that while 
a settlemant U earnestly desired, tbe 

"II nt i -^<ol iai woapi.n wbi.li has been so 
inadvisedly cy-awn mii'«t first he 
Mheathed.'' 

The maaaag* reads: "Ther* eould 
be no grdBtar Mlaiindorstandlng of th* 
attitude af our paopla at thIa SMMbt 
thnn tn awppaa* It tmpllaa aar haa> 
tlllty to the right of comblnatlan In 
industry. fltrlkea and lockouts. 
ihouKh they aN.' -fi't ,i lenaln 
amount of I neon v nn h n, , r,ri the pub 
lie, mi. .ii'l '.liofi lie in I'l.' l,i«t re- 
sort justifiable and even nocisaary. 
ttcnctnl atPtfee P Hfa f— t 

"The ch.MleiiK'- »^ I' 'i has now 
been thrown u nd taken up Is Of a 
total'', ilirferont kind, A general 
atrike such as that It Is being sought 
to enforce, la directly aimed at the 
dally Ufa af tha wiMie eammunliy. 
Tha people who saff*r least from it 
are Ihe capitalists sn.l plutocrats 
Thev have nt tbeir command the 
whole appnr i'ic of opulenie ari,| 1 ' .- 
petty discomforts to which they .-ire 
exposed are not more than pin prlcka, 
eaally endured and rapidly forgotten. 

"The real vietlma of a ganar n i dirtfca 
are what la oallad tha common people 
— men and women who must lal>or 
hard for their own and their chll- 
dren'a livelihood for whom cheap. 
Continued on Page 2 

TK PEOPU KUitO 
BY OKLAHOMA STORM 

Man <o.i II.. N III. u h. I, I. , I. II. . I,,.,. 
lloiiM Uoman .>lakf>a Tlilrd 



MUnCOORK. Okta.. May 7 
porsona wwn hlllad In i 
today m L aHw a Og«aiy, naa 
reporta raoaivad hava Innlght 



Marfcad Ahavncr of Ptoo Hte r 

A notable feat, no ,,f ii,.- K;i„.ih'i 
confll' » luiw at the rrid of its fourti^ 
#ay, la I be complete abaono* ot sa^» 
MM dJaardars; aot a atngla daath has 
boon laid to tha itHfca. In almaat all 
pravla«g vmui*r«' atrtBaa thara was 
oonaldamMa trouble In tka aoni aolda. 

but en this OCCanioM they gpg f 

ably free from dN,.r.ier. 

^I'li'Minh there nor" vagUg 
loduy that a poasUde settl*mant 
r immlnaat, ao far aa th* ganeral gnh* 
Uc la aaaaamed, paaca haa still nnda 
no haadway. Nothing appeara to 
have yet davalopod from the unof- 
ficial talks between Premier HhMwIh 
and J. U. Thoniu.x. wh.. as b. . i 

the Rallwaymen « I ruon, N i i 

to OJ" 'be iii.,1, Tiio-t hkoly to brlnjj 
peace i.e rtevii Ih.- (iovernment and 
tha trades iituonH 

Continued on Pagpa I 

goverIentTaper 

DRAWS M.P.SilRt 

Hiioi \ni Mi l rot.ixi M WH 

rAlilLY. I>K(.'LAaUM COM- 



Opinlana nf (MM'Ur^ Cnr w apondwrtg 

Printivl While IVtrllnrni nlury 



late 
to 



A man and a boy were kltled snd I 

two f blldren seriously ■ I'e i . - 

•'■.-ir h.,nie ml.twSV het.^-eeri S|.ir , 
,1....... W^s /1e>fre>ved A woman 

<■ i^iiied at .Nubbin KMge. In tho 
#iame vkdnlty. 

The tawaa of rotaaa n anaa n or 
are In dai^aaa ^ laning traaa hating 
deetroyeg p awar g a r s lo f. 



F'Aectricnt W nrkert 
In 19 Pnwrr f/nnnrn 

Join London Utrike 



l.d.Mx May 7 The rirlllsh 

Caaeltr. the ' lovernmenfj or^un In- 
stitute,! .|M inc tl,.- -tiike, cams up 
'!— .-- I..!! Ill .|ir Mouse of Com- 
mon, till, .ifternoon when Lieutenant- 
< ommander 3. M. Kenworthy. lib* 
eral. Central ifull. declared that Tha 
Oaaatta aa ah oOclal paper should 
•Wompt to glva tha nawa fairiy 

Tha Oaaatta. af whleb he under, 
stood Wlfkston rhurdhill, rban 
of the Kxcbequer. was the editor. 
not piihllshInK a summary of tbe pro- 
foedlnjrs III I'M rlla ment, rnmplalned 
■ iiini^n Vr I. rnwortliy He allesed 
The (iHzetle n as reproducing the 
opinions of oiisr urn newspaper cor- 
espondents abroad, aayla* what Fags 
'sta wottid da In thhi eaha. 
Tha Oaaatta akaald nnt try to in. 

he daclnrad. There 
war* hooHgana on both side. Tha 
trades union lesders were heepin^ 
hoolitins In Mull and I.r.mtons l;s«t 
Hide nuiet an.l noUiloic should be put 
into this official Ol I n I f, Inflame the 

, „„,(„„ , / booiijun*! to acta which 
raprkml* and load tn 
»h,.h wa wauM ragrat m 



ca 1 r. 



■ . mes 



Jock J 

BItvaitawB 
anpparted 
plaa. ionag 



lAhorlt* fram tha 
nf West Ham 

r Kenworib\ 

the f^i o ve rr, en e n 



was uaing Ihe public > m n i , 

trade* <in|r<nl«t* 'hr'nirh h, •, , |,.,,., 
tbsi llie workers would 

r»olaan gna factory.'* 



stop thla 



I 



. Vt V - 'T 1, , , , 

e,, of (no Klectrlnal Trad* 
In Ion announced today that 
elect riclana and aaMalnntg In 
ninetoan af Landin'a tiraaity- 
aight h arangh pnwar taMaa 
wauiad ant today Tha fSifs 
'^•▼a haaa thhan .-.-»r ar,fi «r» 
t>eh»g aperntad bv ^^■^''^\'■r■^ snd 

volunteers 

TSrre Was t\i. .terr ipijon «.f 

' ' '■ rb- snd power service, 

<be men h;ittng glVgn gatMe 

previoiisiv that thay gfagad 



German i nionn to Send 
Strike Funds to London 



BERLIN. Mar 7.— Tha OananU 
' >da mt laa aff TV a i aa umaag haa da. 
><tad ta ilva tgaartal anp p a H u the 
HrKlali atrlhara t hr an g h ap tn nury 
eontrihntlana ti 



Inila io Send Cneh 

UBrUUkUHkm 

romBAT. Mar -f.— ^a all-tndtai 
Triple Union O s Mgr aaa la arranging tn 

,,.«i«i the BrUleb ttrni^r* flnsnriatij. 

;<nd »!r''«d- h;i" f;J^■'■<; •., t||^^ 

British Tradea (.nton Longreas 

r 





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i^MB. G. P. Graham to Be 
AmbaMmd6r, VS. Hears 

WA«aiW<iTON. May T.- la eon« 
ttMtlon wtth rtotf of fU. Hen. 

oorpp V 'it itiMM i!iif< w^ek. thfra la 
mucto talk In aeml-offlcUl clrolM^hat 
Mt. Ofaham wfti hnve tko keaor o( 
(•einc th4» fir f I ,11 i lien amfeoaaador 
tu tha Unltn<l 8tata« a la tMMtaratood 
thn MlMtlon or an •mbaeMder will 
ba mada without much further d»lay 
and Mr. Orahnmn frlfn«li» In Waoh 
InRlon lire ii|)> nlv il '.n■■lln^l tii; the llk^- 
Ilhooil nf hln «ple>tli(n Mr Ontliiini 
left Ottuwn toniaht 



WAR OFFICE DENIES 
RUMORS OF MUTINY 



ni THOoi'-^ I \< I I.I I N I 

■feAUgtAHTlOW STATK- 

m an jwnf isw B» 

Denial Made lUaerfo Wmtcm nmvc 
Been called out— M<•ldl^rs at 
"Pyw TSilnerablA r«»int<» 

i ('M)' N May 7.— Tha toUowIng 
r..'<nvn' u an iMu«d hf tie War 

iiftVe lonlnht 

"U^m^)r^ i.-intni\ie to be clroulated 
to tb« tffaot that, dree tlia army haM 
ranehed the ead e( Ite-reeeareeo; aac- 

(>nd. that tha army r«aerve haa been 
<-allM up: and third, that tronpH 
have baen ordarad on atrike duty ati : 
have r^fua^d to obey ordera. 

' Th« Wur offlrr KtateK Ih.il w iin 
lh«> <)((<i>plion ii( Kuariln fnr .i f<-w 
vulri' rnhlr [inlnlM In 'Jre^f Uri' iin. n.. 
troopK have been </illed out to aid thr> 
■ ivll powetH, but that .i^ prevlounly 
stated, certain untta bava^b«an moved 
to diairleta to h« •vnllnbl* If their 
nervirea ara raeulr«d. 

"Tha aplrlt of Uia traepn la rx 
ealiant. Tha army reaarve has not 
b##n railed out.'*- 



Silencing of /{rifhh 

Press, Pleases Hussians 

•VtOBCOW.: May 7. — Tha Sovl.-t 
|ir<>HM la JuMlant over non-publli-iition 

of Hriiisji II I' !• I [M^rs liri.iiisi' of the, 
Ktrlkr i)iir furllioi- iind The 

l/xrH!!,! will |ip produi<>c1 in thi' wplPii- 

dldly-aquipped ofBree of Tha London 
TImaa," aaya that iiapar. 

VANCOOVBII. May 7.— Frad De- 
aourdy, an aldarty man. waa fntmd 
(lead In a room r>f a houaa on l)uii 
It vv .\veniir thin iirtriftni.ri lie had 
ilppafntly hern d«Hd Beveral hourH 
when diai overeil by tbo luncjlaily. 



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Ol Sail Toda) 4K (I.II 



Pure Cocaa III balk. | a 

f-r Ih Ivt 

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CUmaa Vntta, 4^ o o ^ 

botttca ^«>C 


Hnltum Cat«vp» 9C«» 
1 rcmh MOM Med 6ats 1 
Poat Toaatiee^ i f\ 


Brahen Welnots (alieUad) ot^ 

aer lb 

Magic Baking Powder. 


stringleee Oreen 1 9 1 A ^ 
Baana, per tin IL> /iL 
Van Caav'a Pork and i o 
Beeaa. larno 1 ^ C 


Okanagan FoniatotH lA 


Ubb/a Ripe OUvee. Regular X>c tim Me 


Claenad Cafrante, 25 C 

A^gr-o,i f'icklaa, all 1 

' )ara iSfC 

HI- S^ure. OKr 
|,rr LtOC 


johnaen'g Fhdd Btfef, 

I>isluo Shi rd Pineapple, J^^* 
Island Honay, 

•« Ih tin 9dC 


Royal CHy Cannad Aprkota. Remitar JOe tin 94 e 


Nan^Soili Bta^ 1 C« 

PAMak IOC 


( laeele WMte Beep, ar 

1 »r< ^DC 


D\tt<h lUC 


Spring Clothes Ptat^ 




I.aimdry Starch, A 
1 1 '• pa. K r r «r C 



Hold Bo'ie.i tandy. Buttare—tch, Hnaabage aad Pratt X>rape, lb. ■•<• 



MIM CenddUn Cheeee. lb....BB# 

Kraft Cheeaa. lb. BBd 

Paaaut Buttar (owe eoataiaer) 

•.•-••«•••*•....•• ••aa«**<.*a.aa****^^t^ 

Pure Silver Laaf Lard ....«SSo 

a II.. 

Pineappir Marmalade, Ib...^^!**' 
Freeh Pork ftaa. each — S^ 
iwaai' Oraagaa. doatn BSo 



later Cared Bide Bacon, ptr. r 

-r ]vjt p., , r 11, :if\, 

Siinkiat l ernon*. dozen, .. !'•» 
I,' : al Hr.4.1 I.rttuce. each... 

New ( flhhage, » ra<1 ,„ ^ 5<« 

Strjwhriiv Khuharb," • Iba. 2Sc 

Haiiowl Oataa. Ih _0r 

H«n.t iteOei ChacalataiL S-ih 
itoA — . — „ ..^t.aR 

Per lb — ftttc 



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Shoulders of Vaal, 

Stewing Vaal, 

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Sho«l4ere Yeanff Peck« 

I'f r fb. . .. 

Legs Young Pork, 

(>fi Ih 



25c 
15c 
20c 
28c 



Rump Roasts of Beef. 

prr ; 24 1 i> . ! 

RoUad Roasts of Reef, 

,.<•, It, 30«> ar i 

Shoulders Local 

PT Ih. 

Lega Local LtSb. 

prr Ih . 



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18c 
28c 

40c 



Local Freah Killed Boiling Fowl, ih 



i LONDON. May 7^— ddr. Alait t:ot> 
' ham. who la ta atart en a fllaht to 
Anatreila abort ly, w«a tha guant of th. 

Oireraeaa Leagfue at thf monthly 
lunchaon at itio t riierion llentaurwnt 
Thla ne\t flic.' i i- to .1 f i-^t flurht 
rlKliI III :: h I n.l , 11, ., .|,|ii i..h lo M ' 

KllloTi «-h.> n .rimpanian Mr. 

Cidihain ,,n \,, . 11 1 . • ii ,in Ir. another 
mechanic jviU be token te aerry OttC 
(h« laaa reaaoaatbM aartionL dc^Uka ra- 

iiielling knd preparation work for the 
next atage. Mavlnir reaehed Aus- 

'liilla M'- I ..rihiin «lll otide.ivo' to 
niakr .in iiiuhIIv i,i~i fliE-dl l.j.ik 

f^i I 1 1 /I I I \ 1 1 r; 1 1 1 1 II \\ h .1 lirr •! d I .1 
"^'1 ' l.irui ...i.i|)an>. in welcDinliiK 
Ml I 'lMiaiii ii. ?<( ribed hla recent 
flight to and from Capatawn aa an 
oiitaundlna aaample of Brftlah aadar- 
anca, pluek. aad atamina. Whathar 
they likad It or not they had now 
rr-.'iched the air ixgr. ;ind It WM aaaan- 
I il th.it <ireat Hritain and tna Mm- 

loi-^ .siiouid ba ta the l ec eB ia W of 

1 \ ,,i I ,.1.1 

"^1' Alin I'.d'ham emphaal7<>d Imw 
important if part aviation could play, 
and waa playing. In advartlainc Qraat 
BritalB. Tha world flUrhta othar na- 
iiona wera earryinc out ware, ha he- 
iK-ved, net eo mu^h for tha bmetit uf 
aviation Itaalf aa to enhance iho rm- 

iloii.il preatige (,f a p.nlUulai - i.i. . , 
11. d liiat na In llif paM Itrltlxh prcH- 
'• '■^>- •^ liw niM I ntH 1 11'- ■ I li\ the N'avy. eo 
t\n:\ iiy aviatlon the Urltlah flag oeuld 
>ii own over tha world. 
Theaa flighta to. link togothar tha 
Rmpira mada paopla allva to tha 
geography of tha Brttlah i:mpiro. 
stimulated the local Intereat of the 
varlouH I'lTi-. and ao hroijurht ti<,ii<r 
thi- da\ when our far-flung: I'implre 
won 11 I. f come n r-ioae-knlt whule held 
logethtr i,y quick meana of commanU 
eatlon by alrahlpa aaA ■ereaMeii. 
aupplamantlnv ground tranaport. He 
would urge tham to ramemher that 
ovar hare wa ware ftyinc in worat 
waathar in the world, and if nghty- 

flve per mu ..r i.tMilitity or riiori> 
could be mainiaiiird i-vpri under .Miich 
' ondllionM It waa e.iay to iiiHlntnln. .la 
iix y did in Au8tr«lia, 100 par caftt of 
rcffuinrity ua«er Bmpira waathar 
i-ondltlona. 

Ha hopad aoon to atart on another 
long flight, thia time to Australia, and 
be Waa plenaad to mv th.it the same 
firma which ha.| 1 1. 1-. (ncvioua 

flight to the < Hpf Win i,'.>ln« to oup- 
port I hla further effort Thie route he 
hot„ d In a few years waa going to 

ome nn Kmplro air reuta, and 
ii'M year Imperial Alrwaya ware to 
opcr.ite one aM^lon of It from Rgypt 

to India. He knew the poaalhllitlca 
of flylnir to India and from t .lU utia 
to Rnnpoon Mo wa-* now jfolnp tn 
e-xploio ihf> iio^sibiiitlp.s bey<md that 
f"'"" "1 ^I'^^v ..f their Kuropean ex- 
perlen. e ho did not anticipate any In- 
Hiirmoiintahlo dlfTlrultiea. Aviation 
and Kmplre development, he waa con- 
vinced, would ba very oloaaly linked 
In the nast few yaara. 

WUVtfi WOMAN, 
HIT BY TRUCK Jits 

Mra. 4. a. Ball) ' ' .1 m ii..v,,.i.ii - 
Itaa Dowa lo 1 ir<- wagon uu 
TerailaMi <lty aironc 

VANCOUVKR. Mny 7 Mrs. J. K 

Uain. litl Napier Htraat, died thia 
evanlng In » hoapital (rom injuriea 
racalvad when ahe was run down by 
a 'tire truck on Oeorgia Htreet thia 
aftrrnoon ne,ir tha dntoraootlon of 

'iranvllle Htreet. 

Mr.x. Itnin Waa Mtriirk by the wbTl 
of tlio lioMP wHicon and, Morordlnjt to 
witncaaea alno by the diatrlct chiePa 
< ar, which waa follewlng oloaaly on 
tha flra wagon. 



A 



I 



NOVKMll eeldanea of the 

buainena growth of the 
communliy la ahown In the f«ci 
that the number of subacrlberM 
to the H.('. Telephone Cuin- 
|i;»n> .t I ;laii;'tia rd .Stre«'t v\ 
I h.ui|i;t' li.i-^ at length p<i»»«-d 
tho 14,0'i«i murk. 

.'■ilnce I ! iiOO wa.i reached 
itore ha... been conaiderable 
(MtciiluUon dua to bnaioalp con- 
ditiona. and learnuigamfata of 
diatrlct asehaagem eo taet the 
ciHnb o»kva tha 14.»0« mark ix 
viewed by eomiiHiiy oflletalH 
with conaiderable aauafaqtloa. 



leiman BrOwn,' ^M*4n poetry aotl 
I'looe of lha baanUaa'aC VleterU and 
hla huoaorotm ramarka «a tbo iMtte 
bear, Uraaa 'AieMiei. warn greatly 

i n Joyed. -» .'^ 

.M'lch of I Iw 1 i »>dH for \ o lori.i > 
h'-.Kitiful (loat tt. duo lo Dlo uiillriiik- 
01 k which Ntka llrldo .Hi air of Ihc 

City Mail apeM. and It la undaoitood 
I hey will be aooordad ah MMeJ vet«- 



i 



UI^lONi) HAPPf n 

BY LUKU OXI-URJ 



Ceatlnuad fram P«ga 1 

Riil.ir t r;a n.' port a I Ion lulwern Ihrr 
li'.tiie.t :ind work Is a prlm'» nereaa|t\ 
and to whom 1 < .^ntraotlon in aupply 
or a rlaa in <"oat of necMWarlca and 
the ntmplar romforta of Ufa mean 
privation and evah want. It la they 
who In the long run boar tha' burden 
and pay the price. 

OiC!«aton*lp 

"Wa ahould hara loat all MJnf o( 
self raapact if wa allow any section 
if the oommunlty. at Ua own will and 

.ir whatever midivrn. to lirtng to a 

laodatlll the IndiixtilHl and aoclaj 
llf- iif thr whole nation. It would 
1.0 lo .». <iuie«. «> iti aubatltutlon for 
free Kovornm< ni of a divtatorahlp. 
- ThU the BrlUah paopla will never 

lo. We deaira at tha aarllaat moment 
.1 reaumption of nagotlatiena to bring 
t>eacf» and raeonatructlon to our coal 
Moid t Milt tlio nntl-voi ial \. . i|.<.i, 

^ id< n iiiia bean ao Inadvlaedly drawn 
' flrat be oheatheil." 

VlMconnt <arcir Adda Crttlotam 

LONDON. .May 7 —Another great 

.Iboial lender haa Joined Ide voiir 
\\\\\ llini of l.ord Oxford rin.l AKqaitti 
11 denoii n<i (in ih*- f<lrii'' \ iatoiml 

'trej i>f K.iiiodon. Foreign Miniater ut 
I he outbreak nf tha Btaropoan war. 
haa communicated a atatamaat to Tha 
Rrttlah Oaaatta, In whtoh ha Hiya tbo 
creneral atrika haa ralaed an laaue in 
vvkiah tha enaatloa of minera* wagea la 



"The laaue now." he -^t ,■• v • ta t\oi 

ivhal wiige* ah'ill ho hut whether .1 

lernoi riitir p.H r I la nie nt ii r v gnvemmeni 

1 I" ovorllirown It I.m tn this 

loinocratic government that Ulterty 
lan baan won and by thia alone can 
it be maintalnad. 

"Tha alternattvaa are Paaclam or 

i^oiahevlam. Both of thaae irr f^tal 
n Ilbertyr neither of (hem alluwa a 
o presa freo »|i. o. i, or freaaom ol 

' . ti p . I f r r- ■ 'ike," 

T went II I It >> I) f turned 

Bit floods in Utusim 

.•r..,n. hH\f l>een drtwned In fluuda 

I i.v (ha ovorflowlag of tiM 

oigu fllver. 



Mra. Jogga — Henry. I fool K la oor 
inty to tnrtte Dr. an« Mra. »orr for 
Hnnar aoon. 

Mr. iueg»~Te* Indeed. When ilo 
^1 anrr'vte it wo«i4 ^ taigoaalble 
for ihem'io noma ' 



TUUP f ESTWftM, 

Continued from Page l 

.Mjui} Honons .\i«virdrtl CUj 
Baaldao tha official float, Victoria 
waa raprwa a ted by Mayor Paodray, 
Aldarmaa Brown and Rhanks and tha 

ge* Cadeta ban. I Another Hgii.il j 
honor wnf iiof<orrlod whon ilio otTli-inlt. 
of I ho parado plaord Iho civP" car in 
ro<M>nd pusition lo Mayor Kellogg, o( 

baiiinghajm, and tlM neat eat In (rent 

of the parade. 

Arrlvln>r at Molllnghdin .-liortl) 
aftM" 1 ' .1 look the oxoursloniai.'' 
were I nun <m| i« t o l \. i.ikcn aboard ih'^ 
«rourt«ey ci\m ami .Inven to the rlt\. 
whera pointa of vaaugo wa/b ob- 
tainad ta valah the proeaMfen. Fol- 
lowing tho parado tha VIctortann 
•nattered through the numeroua piacee 
of aniuaement. Including iho Iuir-o 
clroua, tulip ahowa and other polntr< 
Of tataraat. 

Agalaat atUr Ooanprtlilon 
Victoria waa faoed wtth Nom^ ntiff 
.ompetltlon (or honora . ' out of - 
town floata, but the Judtew deoiaion 
Maa unanlnioua. Humaa County and 
Hkagit County, tho aaoond and third 
prise winnaro raapaotlvoly. aarh had 
brilliantly colored flout.v md > .>w^ i 
gre at article aktll in fr> .n;; i i.„ 
their f1o,i''> i.'.' \\\'\; tiio fWxi i.i.ii:!.. 

Included in (ha largo paraMie, whi- ii 

waa about two mllee. leac wltii over 
s.eeo. nmrohafa, wdra MMkingiy 

decorated (ratemal. community cen- 
tra and common-ial flont.N. M)me 
reaehlnr great prop<prt i. n - in lioicht 
and wMili 

.Mnni. ii.ii ofTii-lal.M an. I guoaiH, 
''""'i li.iar.l i jini p.inloia. Hoy Scout. «, 
tulip cabinet ofllcera, noata. deoorated 
cara and banda (Tom a dosMi oltiee, 
indiaae in pietardalue costumao. 

M^hoola. fraternal teHetieo and vervico 
and aofial < lijha. pror«'Mslona 1 . • mioI 
women, met , iiant*. drill teamn ajid 

marching (raniwttoae. pertioipated 

in tbe puriide. 
« Uutalde oltiea repreoented Included 
BaaiUa, Victoria, Vaneouvar. Kaw 
wantminatar, Lyndon. Sumaa^ Pent* 
dale and Hkagit County towaa. V^llty 
f^ venty-flve flrvit.-. ami deooratod oara 
M lif^re.l In tho ten divtoiona 

u ii by sh. riff A I Callahan a* mar- 
•hal of tho day. llio piooeaMoh, Which 
formed on i<\>ra8t and Htato and con- 
necting atraata. movad (rom. tho cor- 
ner of Htuto and Cheotnut thraata at 
1:45. prooeedlnr down Holly, thence 

on Holly to r?av. up J!. IV lo CI,., ,n 

out Chajnpton to CornwaJI and u], 

that higbaay to Carolina, tbo ooun 
temvarching point. 

Hundred* of situdanta (rom the 
grade, high, Normal ochoola and coi- 
logo took part, and alao larg*^ ropro- 
acntatlonw from thi» IndiHn M'tllonirnt 
MnearHl l>nnd>.'. twi-lvo In number. In- 
oludinc I .Scot Mall and Indian band, 
I'lok port, and lliero wora fow dull 
inonienta In the lengthy parade. 

A float whioh attraetad a great deal 
of attantloa waa tha Normal Rehool 
float. A queen cho«i»>n h> iioj.iiiar 
vote through tho hi hool wan given 
• h»' pl.ioe of h.inor on thix onrriage, 
and tho utriklng .Imitation of the two 
awana which ahe wm* guiding and the 
gay deoorution, of varlad colored 
tulips, wan a eight whle»h waa graatly 

admired. The KtU- i:,iirlca. Anmrl- 
•^n T>eg1on anil ("inlm l I /.ii bf>r < 'oun ' 1 
111 fi.tlo-nal rioiila « ri-c ad'- i ' 
dnorated .md wcro applauded 
I hi injghnut. 

Kiwania Win Hor»*i«« fVwtiMHiion 
Tn tho .«rvioo chih floMt compfti 
lion Ih" Kiw.nia Cluh trtnk the« llrvl 

priso, with the notary Club a cloao 

second. 

On ThurNday night Queon Joyce 
waa latreduood tn tbo altlaMie of Mel 
lingham by Alderman Brawn at tho 

grand ball TiAjvt nfg^t followii.R- tho 
parado. vhi> uai< i ,.,.i wnu 
Alderman lirown. i oprewentlng Mayor 
Pendray, and Aldarmaa SBaakaM the 
«lvlo lianouat. 

MIflB Rllaatbaih MeKean, Whateom 
High Bobool aanlor, who wno crowned 
Quaaa o( Tulip I^d at the aute 
Armory, Tliursday e>vening hy Mayor 
.Inhn A Kellogg'. In the preaonc^k of 
2.:!iiii rier«»on*. appoared tn the par- 
ado in a pure white oar accompanied 
with bar malda of honor. 

IWnnuei fju<i NIgttt 

Alilerni.'in Hiown. "-iK-oklng at the 
ban(iu'*t c»n l>«»half of the olty. ex- 
tended coiirteioles to Bellingham. 
congratulated them on tha auocasai of 
thalr wonderful parade and tsauad a 
general Inrltatian to take part in the. 
oelabration here on May S4. He waa 
brief In hlf* ramarka touching on ro- 
lationrihipa of Canada and the I'nited 
.<tute«.. and cf the frlrndlv aplrli 
whIoh liad rxiatfd for over 100 ynnr* 

Aldarman Bhniika, aiupporting Al- 



I 1 \ a I Managri r h 

I 11 r .1.1 H prof^-r.i nijiio will milii.l.' 
tho annual North wxt-trrn link an. I 
field me*t at Waldo Pled S<\<-'^'- 

five athlete*! (ram aaveataan aohools 
wiN take part. 

ThIe yr.n - f»-.tlval wan .irrnnge.! 
by tho following tulip rahlnoi Mr .1 
\\ Ml.tncN. preMdrtii. Mr HonioM', 
l-aldy, trc«t«urer and linin.. .(.m 
man: Mr. A. W. Buckn. i . . r. • , 
and publUdty ohairman: Mr. u. i: 
Wiedman. parado ehairmaa: Mr. 
Clarence ghaw, bleaaom ahow chair- 
m/in Mr 'W >r l^lrbum. concee- 
!,ioii,, ,h,.. rill, IP Mr Wayne M. 
H nn« « . .1' ofio'i! . I' airman' Mr 
\\ It ^;h' t w o. i 'I oo.,, . ,1 ff .1 1 - 
' hairman, Mr. Walter B. Whlioonii. 
• ounaal. 

On t.in''d Iho "to.'amer dancing and 
oth»r form" of .i ni ii««eiii« nt took plape 
whllo Ihf ."^rsM (•iwUts L.iiwl Kopt thOse 
who preferred wllliner on iho d« • U« to 
tho mora' atrenuouH onton i m n. . u : 

f^nllvanad with their many alra i.vr^n 
a ohoppy aaa, whloh at ttm«a mad" 
the veMiel roll. falUd to dampen the 
apirita of the merrymakar* althougii 

foni.« foil ratiier shaky %haa the 

all ore w aa reached. 



COURTS DEAL STERNLY 
WilHSTRIKEROWIUES 

.Mrn Doalroua of f.oing to ■» atl^t^m ll 
Brttlah DlapiMo i nd- AoroaMM- 

Baiad by Magim rata 

LONDON. May T.— Police magla 
traiea throughout Oreat Britain are 
dealing afrnly with those convicted 
of rowdylaiii duririK thr Keneral strike 

At Cheaterfleld. ' - • ""-o <harKod 
with braaking a window admitted iho 
act. and aald <bag amatad to be 
to Jail unUI the ttrlka waa ovar. They 
were aecommodatod. 

'Iho Manwion Houfo poU.-c court to 
day dealt with Ita tlrst o«ao of «a«aull 
on volunteer worker-; a inent porter 

waa aaat to priaon for no n" --* 
ter partictpaung with oHom 
plekete who aaeapad, in an aasauit on 
voluateer workara handling (ood «up 
pliea at Kannath wharf. Tha porter 
already had had conaldarabia punieh 
inont at the handa o( youag atttdent 
volunteer workers. 



She Could HardSy 

Do iter ko uB mm m i i 
N^nfMW^r^So Bad 

Mn. T. M Parlts, ronaeeon. Oat., 

writes; — ' I I i ' n' , nor\e 

trmiMe. «n1 I.. .«,, .. »„ .horl fif 

b r' ! h ! ;, ft ■ : T f n ri. r i ; « . - r 

kouaewoik, »n.l wn« •< f.r'A;i» I 

could not think of ••s'- rg nion» 
Uttla aeaad i 




I. ea T 
triad a bo«. aad 
after Uktag the 

• ' '-oil '• ■ nf I -I n 
nriM' f**i4Bg like a 
diff«r«at 
TbM 

baa beaa ~e« tha 

TT>*'V»t f»ir 'ha 

paaf ff T»s'» •f' hi« %ry\\f>r»A « 
af sii hmrt aad serve troMbie^ 

Pat no aniy by Ae T. Miibva 
Aa.. LUbMad. TaaaoVa 0-* 




LABOR HEADS DECLARED 
TO BE URCIWG WORKERS 
TO RELAX PAY CLAIMS 

Oontlavod (rdm Page 1 

QoiranHaaot Btatrwieat 
Tho taxt e£ the Oovernmeni ' 
offli lal communique lacued this after 
noon reada: ".No iierlou.s diaorder h»« 
occurred In any part of the country 
The work of (aadlng the people and 
maintaining Nght and power and 
aaaantiaJ eommunloatlana la batag 
aurooa(Ully aoeompltohad. Ovar t,oeo 
traina ware run Thuraday. or nearly 

doiihle the da v provlouH. I''urther 
.Muhatant lul iniprovi-ment in the main 
lino-, .ind' the metropolitan and 
auburban eervlcea haa been arranged 
for Saturday. The protection of buH.^os 
in London generally haa proyad moat 
aatiafactory, the boaaea conaUatly ln< 
oraaaing in number. 

"Neverthelea.a. na waa to he ex- 
pcitod. tho xll'iatlon N beooinlng 
more Inten'ic. and the illm.ix 1^ not 
yet reached rirdcr* haxr hern Hont 
nut bv the leaders of the railway and 
tran!<port unlona for thoir members to 
do thcii* utmoat to pamlyao or braak 
down the aupply of -food aad the 

oacraaartea of life " 

. No liObor (>\crium 
The Britlah Worker, mnuihplore of 
the atrlkera. In tonight'a tgnea aaya 
the council o( the Trade* ITnlon Con- 
erreaa wlahea It "> be clearlv under 
...I ood that no ofTlrlal or iinofTl. il 
ovoriurea h.ive heen inad»> to the fjo • 
ornnient bs an\ Indhldiial or grniip 
of IndlVldUalH. ephor with or without 
the sanction of the general council. 

The rounril declared (arthar that 
it i« ready at any momant to enter 
into preliminary diamaalana ragardtng 
withdrawal of the lockout nollrea and 
the ending of the ceneral atoppage 
and the reaumption of neerot lations 
for tho honorahle xettlemenl of ftiri 
mining diapiile. loit adda ihit fhoso 
preliminary disouaaions muat be free 
from any condition." 

Aa tha Qevarament taudata ea the 
unroadltlenal withdrawel o( tha 
atrika notlefe. there aaoma no bnaia 
of approach between tha (we aides 
Nevertheless. Itamsny MacDonald. 
the former Labor I'rerrdor. and the 
Parliamentary I.Al>or p,'iri> «tlll are 
doing everything poaalble to promote 
paaca. 

Oatend Trip Cancelled 
A. J. Caok. aecretary of the Minora' 
Federation, and Frank IIoIkom 
retarv of the Miners' Internation i 
I'Vdorui ion. who h.td arranged to no 
to Oatend for the international 
minera' cnnfaranea opaning tomorrow, 
eaneellad thair Joumay tonight. They 
deddad to ramala In Baglaad over 
the weev end. and WItli ethar tradaa 
union leitderx addraaa the \atnkara* 
meetings Runday. Thia suddan 
• hange In pisns ta taken in coma 
quartera as indicating t^O paaMMItty 
of a new development. 

In the meantime tha country l« 
trying to carry ea In aa near normal 
maanar aa poMlble. Tbore have bean 
disordara in Leadea, . oageetelly at- 
(i|cks hy hooligana on volunteer { 
transport workers. In other plaoen ' 
outalde the mrtropolla. notabh ';lri« | 
gow Kalinhiirgh, Mull. Mlddleol T ..lit; 

and Nottingham, there haa alao been ' 
trouble, (or the moot part taking tha 
form of altaeka on amnlbaaea er tha 
food tranaport Bir vUa. All thaae dta- 
turban«aa hare baon aaatly controii i 
by tha pofire wltnont th» neeo of 

Sonx- Ilxalrt-a Open i 

Many t h antra a la l^ndon have ' 

rloaed hut oth#|» tLf% hra\ely rUk - 
Ina half empty hOuaea and >.e|. 
lomea. Hlr Oawald .''toll. ih«.i • i 
magnate, laaued jn .ippoal i. 
' Itisena to recognise the im re. tn 
their attempt to apread < boer ia a 
dapreaatng eltaatiea. 

"Thero le ae alrthe ageiaat attond- I 
mg the thea tm a." aaye tha appeal. I 

"and K le tmtnie to say the atreeta 
are net eefe ah the ataffa have 
turned up «i e»»rv performaaoe alaoa 

The strike heaar^ 

The press of th^ country ia alfll 
tiad up with tka axcaptiea of 
-P 



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Snap Brims 

That Will .An peal 

Lu Good Urcbbcrb 

Tknet A sportive debonair snidiUic^s aiXfUl the 
n«w Felt Heti this Spring. 

>u. il hai- ri.s v\r art' ilisplas ini._' ran'f firifi htit go 
u\v\ vMtfi \\\v vtMiii^ fellow who WBUU hid dlCM 
to l»rspeak his hvrly j.frMMiality. 

Arul !f.r men who keep iKcRiHim fwm frofwnif 
old wiU want one loo. 

$6.50 to $8.50 



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TO MEN AND BOYS 
1217*1901 <30VeflNMCKT VICTOMIA.VA 



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Such a Smart Pump antt , 
Such a Bargain! 

XVomcir" Paifiit, Ki.I. Tati t"«!f r.IonHe Calf Low Ilrrl 
Strap J'umps— Uraiid new shipn • i i nvi - ' . 

«p«citl priecs /w\ rfk 




We ( an Fit and Suit Yog 
UOt DougUs tc Pbeae Ills 

WM. eATRCAlT * oo« tm 



of tha amallar prevlnctal pegera. 
where the man ere ratarnlag te work, 
and where papafb era roagpoarlng. 

In i^>nii.>n one or two pafiara are abia 
to iHMjo a four-page paper giving 
malnl\ airike nswa. The public, how- 
ever, la ^tlll Indebted for moat of ita 
tnforntatioQ to the aovemmant papar, 
I he BrIHah Oaaatta. and tha tradea 
union organ. The Mrltigh Worker. 
LnlMtr lu^fenda roaroo 
In tiheae two papers n strong COn- 
taat la being wagad ovar tha gaaetioa 
of the conatttatlaaal aegaet af the 
general etrtka. 



The T radea T»nlon t^ongresi eon- 

Te^nTa^Thsf Its artloti 1. not an ->mi«. ■, 
on tho . . , n n ( 111 Ion In an > 

Statement printed In The Mrttisn 
Worker, thie body aapa: 
"The gaaemi roenrii doea aat dhal* 

lenge the ronatitutian. ft ia not aeek« 
Ing to auhatltute an unnenat It ut Inns t * 
Oovernment, nor la li de.trous of 
undermining our par ir»^"'fary 1B« 
stltuiloni. The «ale iitrii of i he <'Oun» 
'II • ire for the minera a decant 

atandard of life. Tha ooundl la aa- 
gagad in en Indoatrlal dlepnta; thero 
ta no conititutional rrlala." 



Today's Specials 

AT THE NEW ENOiANO MAMWT 



Prime Kibs Beef, lb. 
Pot Rgftgt Bggf , lb. . 


20f 1 Rutnp Koabt Beef. lb. ...304 

XO^ i Bollief M, lb 

rM.ptrlb. X%yi4 


Roast Pork. lb. - 


Zrx* Prnk St. aks, II). 




Side Pork, lb 


— i Laga ol Pork, lb. 




VgidStdfir.li> 


16# 1 Choica Vail Rmi 


■M. lb. ate 




Praak Locil Petri, per lb. ^ 


=^"^1 


Choice Ndw ZmIm 
3 liM. for — 


4 CMoaaarv Bnt^v 

■p ^PB^^eeeew V ^pv«ewve 


$1 1^ 





Sl--ul.1rrs Local 
! ..m:!,, lb. 



CHOICE LOCAL LAMV 

9ftr» ' ^ 

... 4tOC per lb. 



40c 



S i It na< M .» : 

i>u:c L,ltd, 2 



a?^^ I Now 



bead 



Strictly Maw Laid Kfga, Firgtg, ptf dot. 



30r 



NEW ENGLAND MARKET 



:.0 YATES STREET (Atroi* From Dominion Hotel) 
Fieg DiHawy Phona 2368 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C . SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1926 



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Out- 



—Stu^ dpesa't use 
rougc- 

— She takes her 
morning l^asi of 



NATIVE SONS AND 
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GBANI) I'o.viH Mti i\ si->»siio.\ 
AT N \.N \ni(> \i- 
loilK liAsTKtN 

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A Pointed Yew Tree in Centre of Sussex 




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Furniture Moved, Crat- 
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Pool Cats for I'l.iiries 
and All 1 uiiiU i:^ast 



We Can Save You Time and 
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the City 

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BettM Two Bandits 



"WIHIam lh*> ( "orniurror " read ttn» 
• m.tll tHi\ frcini Iim fil^<inrv liook. 
'laii.l. l I,. Knglana In A.U. 10««. ' 

vv ' A.D. aund forT** In. 

quiir'd ihp teacher. 

"After dark," replied the boy. 



VANCOUVER, May 7.— Clamping 
Ills tMtk lato tlM ooat tUtmvm of en* 

of hifl a.M.i:! i I 1 n 1! Hi>\- Puln^^ 
Orey, Chtneae vegetable dealer. In- 
itiated mm •mtittf d«(wM« that 
canwd th« haaty retreat of two youn? 
armad bnndltn who nttnoked him In 
the busli of Twrlfth A\<Tibf> K^tsl lati- 
yewterda > Thr (iripril.il |)<><Mlar wu.s 
walkliiji Hlong fi path whrn «ud- 
f1<nlv f'Mind lilm.self ,i mbnshorl. A 
■■^'i' ■ I' k BUii in Iho harnlH of iino 
>>f iti. I ...tiflltpi held no terror for Hoy, 
)i>>wr\or, and b« commaacad a auo- 
ceaarul flfht to mt* tha $S« h« bad 
In bla pedfota. 




A REPUTATION 

FRptA 

1658 TQ 1926 



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Five-Roomed Bungalow 

Cement Baaement-r-Garafe 
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Tu RLNT— Cadboro Bav. l urnishcd Four-Koomed Bunga- 
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fits 



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Over 
500,000 
Head of Cattle 




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NANAIMO. May T. o.ani I'ohi 
Native Sonn of Brltiah 

hftf tdday Wltbia thr ,,l n,,- ti.H 

lorn- old Haatlon In iIm iinim«l cunven 
•►•K.<i.--< r epreMntlay peace 
at Naaalniu. Victoria. Viuieouvar, 

Now WMtmlMtor and Bolla Ooela. 
At thle mornlafa aoaitOB after chief 

Factor J p. Onllow-ny had wel. t.Tned 

• ' \ I : r M; .1 1- 1 . I . I 1 

! ■ I iii.i i I J oj).- iipii ( ;ra nti 
vV'TH prt^Hente.l by the 
Or ind Hecratary. Ur^ind 
Treanurer tnd Orand Hlatortaa, fekOV- 

inc that tbo year bad' baan one flUod 
with .aethrtUoa oa tiM part of the ex- 
ooaUvo. 

Amonv many undertakinK^ i ii 
ware ■u<-c^>-f.ir\ cornpllMlu .l 
CordlnK to ih.- i.p.iit of the (ii, n,l 
Kii.tor. Mr .\l. K»-!vi., was th»' kci.. 

'!"'« the l>eKialature of the 
iii>n . "i>jeci« mil. Thla waa aMda 
poMHibie throuch tha VMMroalty and 
co-oparatloa of Hon. WllHam Sloan. 
Provtaolal «M!r«tary. vs h . in rsoniilly 
fathered the meaetire ii r. jnii the 
Houne, <lev..iin« .i ,|,.,,| of 

IhouKht :in,] ,n.,n to II Th.. Art |.n.. 
Vi<les for proi .■.ii,,n fii.tii moleatatioii 
"f Indian petrojlypha. plotoarapha. 
and other parmanant aatlva arU. aa 
well aa objecta of more raeant blaterle 
awociatloa. The eetabltohmont of 
Vaneottvar Day. an Archaeolactoal Re- 
■•arch Bureau for the T'nlverfilty of 
Krltleh Columbl.'i. in opoiaiion with 
I'remler Oliver In hi.s efTorta to have 
the rv.TTf Kiv.>r hiork returned to 
Itritlwh Columbia, freight ratee di«. 
frimlnatlon, aecurinff throuvh tha co- 
operation of Hon. Alex. M. llaaaon 
of an amendment to Motor Vehlrlea 
Act fiirther to protect puhll<> were 
amoBf •ome of the me.inurea men- 
tloaod b- . , ) ,, ,,,r. 

-Nt w i'oitut (.>pea 
Orsad 8Bi<r«tsry d, r. Durrant. in 
hie repoft. nhowed that the order wa« 
provraaelnK In a mom Kalixfartory 
manner. There had b«>f>n a rpn<-we<l 
Intereat In tho work <.f (h«« different 
Mr rti.iii.s .,n<l pin iis \Kfr ,- under Way 

•^'^ • "'"> a number of po.i<tM 

durinsr tho . orning year. A promtoinir 
pgat had recently baaa aaUbUahad 
Balla Coola. 

Grand Trr-asuror .J <•. ifeOraaor 

■howed that the flnancei, of the Or- 
ganization wer.- in a xatlafactory con- 
<ilil'>n. while <;rand Hiatorlaa J P 
Mami.ion Bole preoaatod an ' ex- 
haustive and laatnicUve report on the 
'^orka of a hiatorle eharaotar which 
had oceapiad tha attaatioa mt thm as- 
ectitlve. 

Orand Pout delesatea made their re- 
porta durlnif the afternoon. The 
delecatea were the g:ue«u of tha Na- 
iv- Dauchtere and NaUva flona of 
I mo Poet at luachaoa. 

After Paaalaa a vote of ronfldenre 

an tha oflleora of the Orand Po.m, 
Natlva Bona, thta aftern6on were m- 
elected by acclamation n-. f..ii,,u, 
Paft Orand Factor, |; 
MarrUon: Orand K,i. r \|,.. 
Kelvle. \anrouver: (Jra; . ret.^ry 
l""llev (• Durrant. Van.-ouver. Orand 

HIM. .,,.,„ .1 ,, Fu.ie. Naw Waataila- 
"i-r. .;r.,n,| ohaplaia. Artkar E. 

Mi torla: Oraad TraaMifOr. J. 
< McOregor. Naaaimo. 

Thla evealaa the vtaMon were en 

I!!***?*** 2 N""vc 

Dauahtera, at a banquet and aoclal 
*venln« in tha BUta Hall wtth cards 
tnd danclnf. 

Native OaiiKMen 

The Oraad Poet of the Native 
Uauthtam of ac. opened here today 
a larre represent at ion from VHn.MiM 
nosts of the Provin.*. havlnif arrived 
1n the -Ity la.st fveninir for tho nesnlon 
The eierutlve of the Orand Poet met 
at the home of Mrs. Martlndala. Grand 
^"artor, last evealn*, «ad after the 
buelneaa seaaioa were aatortalned In- 
formally by oacara of the local post 

Today s maatina wae openr.,i by 
Mayor Harrison, who wr|, „mo.i th f 
visiting deleuafes on behalf of the 
<lty. 

Mrs. (;rorB,. Home welcomed the 
offlcera and .L lewtee on bahalf of 
Nanaimo Poat No. 2. tha addraas of 
welcome bein* raapoadad to by S*ra. 
Pattemon ef Post No. I. Vancouver 
Mrs. WapletOB of Poat No. I. Victoria, 
and Mr5. Peela. of Poat No. 4. Naw 
Westminster. 

During thix Miorrnnif s -umion In- 
formal spoo, wore made by Mra 
lyiterson. of \ anrouver: Mlaa Wflaen.' 
of MctorU; Mr. Bola. of New Weat- 
mlnater; Mr. B. A. HoXalvle. of Von- 
<;ouvar: Mra. Martlndala. of Nanal nu. 
Mr. Burr, of New Weetminster. and 
Mayor Harrison, of Nanaim.. 

Committees were appointed to deal 
with ImrM.rtant res„iuflona to be con- 
sidered at this afternoon's aeaaioa ' 

other . ommittees wara appelated aii 
follows: Credential committee. Mr, 

ini w- *• •"'1 Prlnt- 

Ina. Mra. Beckwith. Poet No. 3 vic- 
toria, naance. Mrs. Kenneth fastle- 
maa, Poat No, l. Van.-.,„ver Distrl. t 
ortanlsers were apnoime-i „^ follows 
Mis.« Mud Swanson. V.-, r, o „ v. r , Mrs 
MaMindale. N,n.lmo; Mia. Wll^Jn! 

; I. N.ria and Mra. PhlNpa. of New 
>\ est minster. 

At the aftaraeon seaeion -.evrral 
rcsolutlono from Vancn.Mrr ,,nd \ ir 
torla wara diaeuaaad and tabled for 
tomorrow's saaston. whieh convenes 




'|'l*i; "III Uri..v\n I. will til, 1 1 l^ .'t Ih.- ()M WtiK. Wlii.'n.lM will. Ii ii-. .ml', liaH 
1 lit-. 11 I h . I r oiin h 1 \ n ei hull l.'il lupl I>T>ain.l Ui i 1 1 ii • i ci I . li with the 

Kitihener >lut« of the lleritaKe Crafu Hchoola and Homey fur Crlpplea in 
i :nctand. It la suppoaad, eeosraphlcaUy. to ba la tha oantra of ■uaaez. The 
pictura ahowa tha famous Old Whtta WladmlU with lla eoaipaatoa. tha yaiated 
yew traa. 



at 9 a.'m. Tke a l actte a of ofloars re- 
suHad as faUewaf Oraad Vtetar, Mrs. 
M. l>raaay, Vaaeouver; Vlea Orand 
Factor, Katharine Peele. New West- 
minster; Orand HI»torlan, Mi- \ i: 
Plantu. Nanaimo: <;r:in.l . ii i;.li,n, 
Mrn. btal.U'i.iii \iir,,ii, ..;,n.i .Sec- 
retary, .\lr,^ K. 1.11. -Ill I I,-,- I. If, , Ii \,in- 
COUVer. 'iriinl Tif.u^iM.r Nt r . . i. u 
ing. New V\ inin-i.T tirand .Sen- 
tinel. Mre. .Ml.< . I - .inpson. Nanaimo; 
Grand tJulde, Miaa Wllaon. Victoria. 

At tha cloaa of the meetlna the 
visltora wara takaa oa a al«totsa«lns 
lour of the city and dlstr1i>t. 

New Cii il t/r Hotird 

Appointed by Ottawa 

OTTAWA, May 7 Tli" C.overn 
ment has app.dnted u ti«-\v civil air 
board as dlstlmt fr.-'i tii.> present 
military air board. The chairman of 
the new artanlaatton ta Celonal O. M. 
Ulvaar. and the military arm of the 
air board Is repreaantad br Wlaa 
<'oma»aadar J. Seatt.. Tha AuioClon 
of tha BOW haard la to advias tha Min- 
ister of tha lalorlar aad the Minister 
of National DaCiMa oa all questions 
• r <ivU fvtatloa. 

FORMER OFFICIALS 
ACCySED OF FKAyO 

i>ii.sTUniii I s \rix>ii.NKV- 
COBNi K M iMiii II I) BY HPE« 
ClAl^ GKA>U JURY 

Mi^ Marry M. Daachrrty »nd Tv'> 
Charged With l'on»i>iriag 



NKW Vt.UK .\i,v A special 

Federal (tran.l )ui> i n vest igat Inif the 
"ale of thp Ain< ii.Mn .Mel:ils Co. today 
Indlcte.l Harry M. Uausharty, former 
I'nite.) siataa AttanMy-Oaaoral: T. 
W. Millar, fermar allMi p rops r ty o«a- 
todlaa: aad Joha T. Kin*, formar 
Rapubllean .national committeeman 
from Connecticut, for conspiracy to 
defraud the fJovernment 

The grand Jury, concluding inve,sil- 
KilioriH beKun \nsn .January. charKed 
I laiiKh.T t V, .Mill«-i- an. I Klnc with 
connpira. N to .lefniinl lh«> <;ov<Tnmenl 
In conne«'tlon with the transfer of 
17,000.000 of American Metals Com- 
pany funds from the eustody of the 
Oovaramaat to tha BeadoCo aafaMe 
Pour Valours da MaUox. a flwias 
Compaay allacad to have been Oer- 
maa -owned. 

The Indict ment charRe.) con.^plracN 
between Daughertj . Miller. Kln»{ and 
the late .lesse W. Smith to r«-celve 
fr.ini the < laimjints of the «<ecurilles 
$.19 1,000 allesed to have iieen paid 
for effectlna the transfer of sei urltles. 

Arranaamaata for the surrender of 
Daufharty, Millar aad Klaa ara paad- 
Ina. 

Dauaherty Issued a sutemant at 
Columbus^ Ohio. sayinR he had noth- 
ing to fear. He eald that he was not 

called upon to review the decision of 
the Department of .lustlce, on which 
ha aald tha aala had been made. 

TO BE HELD TODAV 

Chlldrfn'M I vlii)>iii..ii Will It. IfflMI at 
Wcllcr liuildiiiK — Kibltuna 
for OI.HpUya 



TREMBLAY SEIZURE 
AIRED AT INQUIRY 



VI I HI < l i{0\IM M llloill 

111;^ ( 1..\1M C KKDIT l-X>U i. .\V' 

TtnuB or UQVOR durr 

TeasH ijMav ClalaMd hy IMaalHwi 
CniwHlm naara OWrrr Ofc 
M I JM to Call Raid om 

OTTAWA. May 7 -A clash of au 
thorlty between Provincial and Ked- 
cral offlcera in the aeiiure uf liquor 
was revealed at the custotns proba 
today. Tha hugo Tremblay, taken 
by o Wtxra of the IJiiabae tiqnor Oim- 
mlaslon while unloading smuggled 
liquor at St. Sulplce. Q., November 
20 1 920 was afterwards su-^n^rjiiy 
clalrne.i by the Federal custuinii au- 
Ihorlllc.x with her valuable Cargo. 

The Provincial commlaaion claimed 
full credit for tha aalaurr. Commls- 
sioaar Dansaraaa wrote to tha Min- 
ister of Customs that tha ooatraband 
would have been successfally laadod 
if tha matter had been left to tha 
ctialama omcers. 

BtapUOoB Appeaia 
They had unloaded lata tha com- 
mtnalon's warehouse SOO caaea of the 

1.700 cases when the customs. In the 
person of the nm. h .li-<. iiMse.l .1 i; A 
m.-'alllon. a.SMerted <ialm to the liquor 
.n the name of the Federal authoritlea, 
Thes^ 3 00 caaea might have been left 
with the Provincial board aa raoom- 
pease for lU wfpaaaa la aaWaa tha 
Trambhiy, auggaataa Mr. Daaaaraau. 
But Blaalllon waa adaMaat aad took 
away the liquor. 

Stories of how a dozen rnrn em- 
ployed by KIsalllon to unload the 
Tremblay in Montreal "served them- 
"MeiveH <opiou«Iy". until they wara 
nearly all drunk and thas took home 
a Un can full for tha mornlag. wara 
convoyed In Mr. Dansareau's latter. 
S.'.o.ooo Bribe Offered 

Moat of the day i^as takfa up with 
examination of the ofllears whd midd 
the sahnira. Ode of thorn waa offarei 
ir>0.«at to eall tho raid off. 

Two maa from Ne w York wrre In 
• harge of the cargo. The-e men .«p- 
parently escaped In Montreal while 
they were In the custody of the 
. UHtonm officers. 

The Tremblay eaaa will probably 
occupy tha oanaiMtaa for aovaral 

more days. 



/IMLRICAN VOOTHS 

mm m here 

Soaltio .siai \rraiisca To«r to Vki 
<orla on Kaiorday, ~~ 
InlevvsUag 



ECZEMA 



rrrn. rrrxKn. **i.t- 

RHEl M AKU illNI- 



•-'Ter U,*H fanaar saf- 
f* Ts say tha fameae 
oveimo lataraal and ea- 
t«rnai treatasaat has eoai- 
pUteiy rid them of ee- 
»»rf.ii !frh. tetter. »rn« 
»n'1 ■Imllar akin trouMea. 
Blopa Itchlna at 0D<^ 
eooihea. beele and baa- 
lehaa emptloaa and quick* 
'r rUare the akla. 8af«b 
leasant. odorleea Stain- 
eonvenlent. eeonnm- 
ical and absnlutrly r»lj- 
at>le. Get Ovelmo today, 
trv It at aaae. Get taatant 
r*M«r. a good nfghra ateep 

• r .1 .fn-t on »ti» ■ho-t 

■ » ' l» «t t. K f '»»>.1 . itn 

from sliin torture. Vonr 



Home sixty entriea have baan re- 
ceived for tha Chlldraa's Pat Show 
to bo hold at tho WHIar BalMlnc to- 
day, and exhibitors may Uka Ja thair 

peta after t a.m. 

To suit the convenl.'ii. e ,,r ibe 
Judjfe.^, and al.so he<-HU."^ the public 
Is Interested In the showing off of 
the pets In the ring, the Judging will 
not take place till 1 p.m. All ex- 

hibitora will wear a greaa ribbon, 
while blue and rod rthboaa algnify 
"highest award" aad "mark of 
honor." respeetlvely. Special pHsm 
will also be given, and these will in- 
clude the best dO|f In the show; the 
wornt mnnKrel pet eihihiied. special 
pets among rabbits, cats, etc., and 
for the dog (terrier) whleh haa an- 
cropped ears. 

Chlldrea ahoald be present when 
the Judging takes place In order to 
show off their pets to the best ad- 
van taxe 

Kxhibltora are free, a nominal fee 
will ha charged to the publlA. 

Stock Exchangi Offers 

Government Strike Aid 



Jteea t» re 

turn yner moaer If it 
f"''« aMtlor hew 

"tahkava yeur . 

Ovelmo 



l.r)NI>ON. May 7.— The London 
fltoek Kaehange has promised the 
aatharlttaa 1.40a special constables 
for aerriea during th|a strike and pro- 
portionate offers hawabeen made by 
the f'orn Kxchange and similar In- 
st It ut Ions 

A policeman now ridee beaida ti"^ 
driver of practloally eeary laotai b 
In London. 

Tho auetloa aalee ef wool have 
baaa a— t p easd tndeflaitely aa a r. 
MuM of the general strike. 

Oenrge — me shake your han^ 
II in This Is one oC the lMppie> 

ta ■ « of your life " 

Herrv Vou r- tea praviAOs. eld 

■port Pm not to be married until tr 

morrow." 

Oeorg* — "That'a arhai I ear Ti 
ana af tha i g»»l sat days of you 



Seattle nawaboys win this vear 
make their aecend visit to \ utoria, 
.Mayor Carl Pendmy ha.i been vised 
hy Mr. Gordon Whiteway. promotion 
manager of The Seattle 8tar news- 
paper, whi. h <oncein la aendueUng 
thi.H wat.r voynife t> Brttbh Colum- 
bia's capital city. . 

The Seattle Stor some weeks ago 
conducted a apeelal tour of ihelr 
newaboya to Victoria, and on that oc- 
oaalon their youthful guest., hid the 
time of their Uvea. They xreativ en- 
joyed the trip, and the proxramtne 
that waa arranged for them durlns 
thalr ef.J..iirn in Victoria. 

Saturday, .May tS. Is the date set 
for The .«^ealtle Star's cruise, which 
promlMs to prove better, bigger aad 
even greater than the prevlotM a*"- 
ceanful expedition. The boys will 
travel on the trip to Victoria and re- 
tttrn on the aaw c.P.R. steamers, 
i rlnoeaa Kathleen aad Prinoeao Mar- 
Kuerlta. Mayor Pendray and ofiici,i, 
of the Chamber of Commerce ni d th^ 
Victoria and Island I*ubll<liv Hure.iti 
will welcome them on their arrival 
here at i2:4i p.m.. en Satuftfay 
May 22, 

•The new-.boy« win vlalt Victoria on 
the occasion of Ita annual Maytlme 
festivities, and will aee the dty In a 
state of great charm aad heauiy. 
with the flowoM la blaam and the 
"treeu gaily decorated. 

The full programme of the tour Is 
aa follows: 

Saturday. May 22— > a m Star 
carrier party leaves dock at Heaf^ile 
for Victoria; 9 a.m. to IJ noon, games 
will 1.^ plaveri on deck. Inspection of 
ship: 12 noon, luncheon la dlahic 
aaloon of VrXnct'tm KathMan; ll:tff 
P m . arrive at VIetorta. 

1* 45 p.m. to s:if p.m., alght- 
sealng ride areahd elty aad to all 
polnta of IntMfuat: trlt p.m. to » u 
p.m.. vMt Cryatal Garden and Km 
preaa" HAtel, swim In Crystal Pool . 
1:1( p.m. lo 4:1S p m , visli Parlia- 
ment HulldlngS and other points of 
Interest; 4 10 p.m. 8t,Tr r»rrler part) 
leaves Victoria on return trip to 



Angus Cafflpbell & Co., Ltd. 

lOOe-lO GpVERNMEMT STRBET . 

Smart Tailored Tweed 




Selliny Today 
at . . . .* 



$27.50 



Specially priced ior today'a adlin; an inter- 
esting grottp ol tailored New Spring Twc«d 

Coats, in tii;it'\ p. ip;!!:!' .111.1 t:i!ii-\ 
t\Npri! mixtuio, in.'^t ..I tliciii .ire mIK liiicil 
t hr< uj^hout. Lntlcrpriced ior todav s sell- 
ing at — ^STaKO 

Crepe de Chine 
Frocks * 

apecial at $25.00 

Dainty and very becoming Frocks of Trclty 
Pastel Shaded Crepe de Chine, in smart 
.<.traight!inr .ind fl.iriiip;^ cffrct> Tlicsc 
frocks are remarkable value today at, 
each — ...^ — IfSStOO 



New **Hylo(»tu" Rnyoti ^jifc 
Pritwess HUps, $4.95 

Very Wnc Quality **Hylo<nrr itiyDn Stilt Frincesr Sttpd, In 
black, grey. ^ra\u, peach, melon, peach and Nile.* Madii^iiith 
deep pleat at side back, which gives smootli lines under ffown ; 
sizes 36 to 44. Priced at ^.^6 



Girh* Smart 
Gingham 
Frocks 

Si«es 6 to 14 Years 

At $1.25 and $1.50 

These new owni^m and Chanbray Procka 

f..r K'irls ^> to 14 years of aj^c, wiU RUkt idaal 
dresses for school wear. The styles are on 
the tailored order, plain, but good looking. 
They come in many colors, and atjc 
indeed very special value today at SI. 25 



Nemo Corsets, ReqitUn I > to $7.50 
Today at. Pet Taif, ^4»95 

0 

Marked for a quick cletrtnce, Nemo Back-Lacin|^ Corsets, 

mprliiim and low bust styles, specially suitable for well- 
drveloprd tigures; broken sixes, 25 to 33. Regular t o 
for, per pair u • , ,,, y4.Hi> 




FuU^Fashioned 

Silk Hose 



In All the Newest Shades 

$1.95 

Per Pkir 

Today the Silk Stocking 
either makes or breaks the 

rffrrt of voiir costume. There- 
fore, if you select a Kayser 
.^ilk Ho»e yoii obtain the per- 
fection yoii are lool^ 
Priced at, per pair ^1.85 




A Splendid Ulooe Maggain for Todmy'g 

Shoppen 

350 fairs of French Kid and 
English Leather Clfm s 

On Sale Today at, 4^ | %J i I 
Per Pair ^l.Oy 

Clearinf today 350 Pairs of Odd Lines of i- mc l"irnch Surde. 
Glace Kid and English Uather Glovea. in all the popular sell 
ing colors. Priced regular up to $2.75. Today, p^ir. 

Every Pair Pttl«ct 



1 ■ Ofl 




Heattle; C:te p m.. dinner in dining- 
saloon of ship, aa gaoata ef captain; 
t p-m.. arrivn at Seattle. 

CROW NOW CHARGED 

WITH LAMB KiiXlMG 



Flea 




The crow "'■■w •ri-i\m . , . | lynb 
' »>,.. kininr ef mht-^f, in lii' ,n'»Tlor of 

» iTr,vir<-» n.-'-ord ng lo Mr M, H. 
I Jsrkaon. K <' , rhalrivaa of tha Oame 
ronservstlen Beard, wha y^Merdr) 
^•i^'^ MMam fraas a fcnwai at 
Marraa Vallar. aaar Kertmaaa. in- 
farmlag htm that er->wa w-ie re- 
sp anal Me for th# deaths of s*» l«w>b« 

The crow, it 18 said, naa aoddenlv 



i«mhs. Just aa, a fav fmrm a«o. tha 
K»4 parrot In Kaw Zealand he«an 
suddenly to evince n pc<nchaat for tha 
f»» on she«»p-s kldneya 

Oame itattrd oMelala fa«»rd thla 
deveiepmeat aa egt r a ai al j aerioui^ 
Thejr fear that aaae arwwp learn to 
tt will haoams aa 
«uareawith them. 

Home men exeel In lalklns murh. 
An.) aome In talking loud. 

nut the man who leU hie money ulk 
la tha aaa wha leada the aapwd. 



Beauty 

Of Hair and Skim 
Pr«a«rv«d By 

'.Cuticura 




8b» 9axls (SohmkA 



BM«MUh«4 ItM 



9. I2 TkM. aaiti 



*«t>«rrtpi Ion RalM by Ca.rrtw and Mall 
In D<»«rtcta '•j^J^^^^y- 

▼••rl» IIIM 

MMUly I 

^tainBrllMra In ordarlnt thaac* of address 
•hMla ba parllvHlar to botk old and 

n«w kMraaa. 

MkMrlMlMl lUtaa ky Mall 
Ta raaada. Ora*! SrHAla. lb* ViiM«4 Mata* 
and Mailro. a«Mf« ^llalrMM M 

ra»rlr |« M 

H»tf Taarlir 1 

Wnartai Ijr I it 

All Mikarrl^lM rsfaa la advaaca 



Ilff»UtTIUAL DEADLOCK 



I'iic diffcrcncea which prevail l>r 
tw«eH tlM BrHUh mlntanynf «4d the 

niiniri fan br hriffl> suntmari/i il 
I he owners claim that all cHcctivc- nc- 

f'Hicil to the districts, tliat the iiatK. ii.il 
contcrcncci ahall »«ttle the govrriiinK 
t>rificH>l«s, WM thit ktt w«g«* — hour*. 

talch. siibtillMlcr allowiuurs and mini 

nium percMrtligca — muat be settled m 
the diitriet*. thtl^Mltocff* want na- 
tiaaal ncKotiationa on wages and a n.i 
tioul mininttin scale. It was tiu- 
dcaiflodc b«tWMn tiMM two Mta of 
idea^ ili.it the Government HouKht to 
br*»k, and in eofiocction with which it 
was in the middle of negotiation when 

till )..''ni'r.il ^Irik'- vv'.i^ Callcd. 

I'he deadlock in the vitWpOMlt hfta up 
to (he present retid<r«4 tb* OoafConi- 

inission's report natatory. That rcptirt 
is based on the rritiral state <if the 
industry which has prevailed since July 
last, and which rfM months of snbtidy 
has failed to rh^nge. The facU are 
that the demand for coal from ahfOad 
haa largely fail«4 and that the price of 
riul has falirn to a |K)int whicli does 
not permit the payment of wagea on a 

» — ^ t» — — * » fc-U ^ — .J a«^^l^^k MB^M^akA la a f ■! ■ a 

vcBfv t p If n viit. V f^^t^v iiiviiiiia ucioi c 

last The con'litionn liasf not 
changed, and remedial proposals are 

pOrt, and \\illi>i;t ^' i. ;i <,f 

thcte, a diABfitef is jnipciiditig in the in- 
dtwtry. • Withoik the subsidy three- 
li'lirths of tlu ;iri^ri\t ( oal is |irn(liii rd 
at a loss, and that is a state of affairs 
that the CnmmitMon poiiHa'oat cifnnot 
continue fnr lonR. The Commission's 
report, ijiipointiag out what wpuld hapi 
pen if nothing ta dona, sart: 

'■A large proportion nt (idliciirs 
would be compelled to close; the best 
cottierifa would remain at work and 
would get higher, prkcii fw theit r<,.,i 
Many n^lMtg,, to lie numhiercd prob- 
ably br 'Mliiir«dfr of tbontiltids rather 
than hy tfffV- of thou-ianrls," wottid he 
thrown '<>at' of work, The rise of coal 
prlees would intensify the existing de- 
I'M -. ion of the iron atnl steel trarlrs 
and shiphuitding and v^nuld affrrt 
other < industries seriously. F.xport 
markcti, iMth Ikr eeal •M'lbt manu- 

faefnrrx. woii'd \m- ',r"trn t'vrlli''- 

depression in ■>9r^iipping iMi<i shipbuild 
ing and reacting again upon coal. Ulti- 
mately a l>.-jliin(f nilKlit lir rrarhcd, 
wkh the mining industry reduced hy a 
large ;^feknlige of^fu prk#*M- if«m<^ 
I ers, 'a' raised rosl rf I > ing ard an in- 
tolerable burden of uncmpKiyment." 
Thaac are the condKiorta to he faead, 
ind it Is b^ca^l^^ of these that the Com- 
mission made it» recomQfiendatiqns, 
whkh hair* proved liilpilafkahfe fo the 

miner-, who have ' pr«eipitatC4 the 

country iato a general alilk* ordf r 
to enforce their demands. 

rtir instinrt of srlf-prt'S( i \ ., ' ' Iocs 

not seem to have governed the negotia- 
tions leading up to thft' present d«ad- 

lot k I 111- iMildii lit (ifcat Britain does 
not understand why there should have 
boaa tnCh leHotiB developments be- 
Craae of difTrniites ot ojunion rrRard- 
ing the construction to b« put on the 
recommendatioot of the Cttoimtlaion. 
The Commiaaion did not attempt to 
fra«ic wage agreements. That wat left 
to the mintowntrs and th^ minert. and 
upon this rock they spin Then the 
Government intervrncd I hr Commit 
•ion did all that was expected of it 
The GovenlMMt McefMatf Ha report in 

its entirety an. I tbr nniM i)'rn ile 
volved on the mmcuAncis and the 
mhMra.. It waa not altofctha^ a qves- 
tion of a ■^scrlieaof Iprolitt and wa^rs, 
for the Uovcrmnent agreed to a partial 
aabiMy while read)astmenta were tak- 
ing ptarc. tint tli'-rc is Undoubtedly 
sacrifice ot a character neccaaary en 
both ■ides if the Induitry la to 1^ 

M-lnliilitated. There was a promise 
that whatever sacrifices the minert 
wonid have. to trndergo wenld sow the 
seeds of higher wages in the future. 
They refuted to recognise this promise 
and, Indeed, to pay any attention to it. 
I hr minrownffs to some extent may 
l>e to blame for the present CMdHlon of 
affairs, bnt the major porlfon of the 
blame must fest with thoaa who are 
instrumental in the attempt to paralyre 
the eonntry's indnatrlal activities, de- 
signrd to enforce demands which 
would render the reorganiration of the 
coal ininint; industry, according to the 
Coal Commission's report, not onljr a 
very difficult, but perhaps an impos- 
sible task. 



women's urganu^iioua. The National, 
Rxeentire Commlttae of the Daagh 

trrs of the iMiipirr has saiytioned it. 
In Vaocouver the Women's I'ress 
Clnb has taken it up aa a specnl work 

The Local t'ouncil of Women in I d 
monlon and the similar bodies in ( al 
gary, Winnipeg and Toronto, are en 
thusiastic over the project and art 
v^orkiiig hard f •! its atmiial «ueress 
Here m Victuri.4, the idea has ap 
pealed very atreniHy to an cnthuaias 

lie l.«n l of \*onirn, has the <ordi,il 
tiiippuri ot the municipal authorities 
and varioos orfantzatlcmti aild thc;r 
can be haidh .\ns doul.t will iio^r 
pOpnlas with the public as a whole 
It is an eminently patriotic en 
(ii-.ivor which will wkU-h its bounds 
as the years paaa. The week set aaidr 
for the <)urpose is the l^st one in the 
present month, the idea being that it 
.shriiild im hull May 24. an I-impur 
holiday, la Victoria the conception 
.shodM ho eipacially ir a leBmad.nmowg 

olir - ! or ck e<-|»e r , oi.tsniui I- a> the) 
louk turward tu ^ considerable acies 

sion to their trade daring the cele- 

bratit^in week which is annualU 
);anized in connection with Victoria 
Day. They can assist in the pa- 
tiioti. v% .1 k of creating a wider de- 
mand tor Mnipire products by a win- 
dow dressing and advertising cam- 
paign. That ia the purpose being 
io-t( icd the desire I.eiTU' th.it special 
c'liiphaAib should be placed on t)i<- 
foodatufTt produdcd i» Can«di. . Sncii 

A i ri lii.il demonstration of the 
range ui home products, and inci 
dentally of Bmpirc-wide prodncta as 
well I. .Mir which takes place from 
tiiiir to time hare. Special emphasis 
should J>a laid on it during Empire 
Shopping Weak. 



NQt$ and Comment 



•y R. ■ ■ D. 



UNOBK to VIET RULB 



EMPIKB IMprPlNQ W££IC 

1 1 IK the >|||r*tlghtednes4 of the 
liritish Womein Patriotic I«eagiie 
that has been responsible for the in 
a;iguraiion #{■ "Empire St oppi n g 
Week" The movement ws« started 
in Britain in 1^, and since then it 
has been developed throtsghotst the 
l iilMT The League's motto Is "Our 
I ouiiiry First.". The campaign is a 
i.atrlotic one *'M ToaMMkg tr»de 
v\;'litn ihr I'.mpire If " edncn* 
I. >nal eanipaign designed to prove to 
11 public what an eiformovs number 
I quits ordinary articles arc of Km 
I e "r.^m .md |,v this inean< to show 
(■• what i-Kient the Kmpire can be 
male sMf-MippoHing, 

' 1 ( a II .*.!.« thu ilin\r urn' » < ■ <• n 
U ^ 



The pofjtion of railway transport in 
the Soviet Unl^ hat M»cn ontlmed 
by U^Rttdautak, the People's Com- 
missar of CommunicatioSM before a 
congress of railway w^rltdta held in 
Moscow. It is a candid report indi- 
ratin;; .is it does the Inefficiency 
which characterises the Soviet l»av- 
<rMment in most of its industrial ven- 
tures. He points out that the posi- 
tion as^ regards rolling stock is criti- 
cal h'%ni> new trnekf have he^n built 
during till- la.st years of ti '- .« ,i 
since the revolution. .New tnnks 
were ordl^d last year but up to date 
iKJt one has been delivered. It will 
be three years before the output of 
trucks meets requirements. Last 
year there were 125.000 trucks that 
lay discarded as beyond repair, but 
now only 40,000 of these remain as 
the rest have been overhaidcd and ^t 

in service .iRain There are no inore 
reserves to draw upon and there wtll 
be ft dtAckney of 30,000 tracks and 

500 locomotives I s 

The condition ut the repair 'allop» 
is also bad. The lathes are almost 
ii-"U's> ,111.1 liiiiih work has to be 
done by hand. The supplies of metal 
are only 65 per cent of requirements 
and repairs have fallen short of the 
programme in the first four months 
of the financial year by 97 locomo- 
tives and 1,367 tradta. Thare is 
grave rausr for at - ' ver the state 
of the permanent v\,i>. in 1923-19^4, 
some 400 miles of track were Md. and 

l.ist ycir s,V). The progr.-i m in this 
year is for the relaying of 2,iUU miles, 
but thia is a trifle compared with the 
needs. The inspn lion ^nd nuuiaffe- 
mcnt, according to the People's Com- 
missar, is carried out in a slipshod 
manner ahd accidents are on the In- 
crease. Drivers and firemen some- 
times fall asleep, closed signals are 
passed, points set wrongly, station 
inspections of trains are neglected, 
there is incorrect coupling and loose 
brake nuts are common. 

I' inan.. <•. S.4 VS M I\ ii.!/iii.jl . is the 

crucial question. Last year's growth 
in traffic Of 41 par eont, with the 
conserpient increased revenue of 4 to 
5 million roubles, has weakened the 
financial position of the railwayr. The 
big receipts of over three million 
roublea a day have misled the Gov- 
ernment into regarding the railways 
as a prosperous concern. The Bud- 

gef expenditures had been fixefl at 
1,JJ5 million roubles, but when it waa 
found that ilie AaMmattd mileage did 

not prf>\ide tbr revenue there was a 
new and false basis chosen and losses 
have grown as traffic increased. The 
Commissar says that the metal and 
fuel industries are on a paying basis, 
but the raflwayi have to transport 
their produris at a loss. Passenger 

rates Mare been increased by 15 per 
cent, but, without higher freight rates 
cnrrespondint fo market -prices, the 
railways cannot pav their way The 
whole report ia similar m vein, and, 
nnwiuingty, perhapa. ia a new arraign, 
meni. if any were needed, of the un 
businesslike methods of Soviet rule 
and \%t MVttt it has experienced in 
Mate iiinir..! of the rattwayi, MMing 



other enterprises. 



Captain O. T [• IMi ..i the Royal 
.^lr Force, has invented a tailless aero- 
plane. Instead of a tall s swept-back 

^'tn^r i5 used, wHh eontrollrrs at the 
two tips. The aim has been to secure 
a wing with a atati<*nsrY centre of prrs- 
Mire and a s.vi i control which 
shows no marked division between 
rtaHcd and normal flight. If. the m 
veatlon la anccesafnl ti will do awav 
with the nnmber of ftecldcpu which 
retdit from loss of control in the air. 
The new machine is deaitncd so that it 
ran never, through an error hy the 
pilot get out of control 

c 

rnKimr. farm \x m , 

K .iir m»R robbed the First m«t# Rank 
' • Of ^iwoen |4.m and tt.tM 

kiju up by a nutabar oi r<A|^i.>ntit>ie i leday. * 



The educational process has t>eet; 
going on at a farter rate than wr ever 
suspected: for there was .i t t ,. .» t en 
the priatora scoffed at ediionaU. >l. 
scribed them as rubbish, or aomething 
e\f n more ciiprobnous. and refused to 
read them. Of OOnrSe If fate decreed 
that an editorial hid !• be "iet up. 
some unfortunate printer had to make 
a martyr of himself and "set it np " 
But the victim e»f eirritmstanccs and 
CaptiiKsm conM atwaiys oNftia aha*- 
Mm I» dadprtef tfeM ht cmM am, 



Now. jMiid a cynical old philosopher 
in the days whKh arc not »o very tdd. 
let m adftga>e o«r ma at ara . The scof 

fer was referring to the extension by 
I'ai lament of the franchise, or the 
right to vote, to every male adult 
withm the British Isles The franchise 
ha;, iiecii suU further extended since 
that re 4« i etNr day hi the Matary of 

Hnti^h institutions, and there is there- 
fore more reason than ever for the 
education of o«r miotcrs. We auMt 

al-o edtitate our mistresses. We can 
hear one oi our bachelor friends mutter 
in hie heard that the ed ncnti o n of 

oiii inistrenHc-, will be some job, be- 
cause the fact IS liotorjous tlMt woown 
in the mass never ba^ %•«■, and 
pi. Iiably never wtll be, interested, ex 
cept very snpcriicially, in political 
questions. That is a very dcBoitc 
nutter, however, and wc ftfd' not fotag 

to discuss it, 

• a • 

. H the cdiu .itioii 1,1 till- masft r^ 
oi tlie destiiiie:* ot Great liritaui has 

hcen preaee d ing practically ever alnac 

the day the iyni<ai obi plidoa^plMr 

ill a historical observation called poblic 
attcniibn m the ttfceaalty for doing it 
And we 1. In ve tUftf-'if tha leaders of 
the Labor Party w«rc asked to express 
an opinion on the matter at the pres- 
ent day. they would declare that the 
educational process is yet far from 
complete. We are told that Mr. A. J. 
Tliomas, one of the leaders of the 
Labor Party, when told that all efforts 
to reconcile the views of the conflict- 
ing elemenU had failed and that a 

general stnki iij i l>rr.- derla'rd 
turned his back upon those who had 

hroftgirt the ntwa, and wept 

• « « 

Iff. Thomas' outburst of emotion 
might have been due to distress at the 
thought of the effect upon the btii-ness 
and the industries of Great Britain ot 
the paralysing stroke that had been 
levelled at them Im tbo^c who deenv d 
themselves the masters of the Sutc - 
for Mr. Thomas is a aineetr p a tri oti c 

man. T'br prob^bilit\ !■ •\yr\i'<- IS 
that Mr. 1 homa>> feelings were of a 
mfawd variety. The Lahmr Lender had 
acen Tencili lo.. pa, i . 

until that party was treading upon tiie 
threshold Of power, wMch la the god 
of alt politicians. Mr. Thomas and 
other sane Labor leaders had consis- 
tently counaefled moderation; Were 

ibo.sr leade- ; ah-iit tO tee all the 

ground that had been gained by wise 
and moderate cbunsets los^ by the 
actioM of faii.it. . .41 i strettiaifti' 

• « a 

We heHcve II r. Thomas wept be- 
cause he was thinking oi li . r:;, , • 
the inauguration, of a general stnk< 
upon the political fortunes of tlu- 

' ill ■ Tartv Tbr strength of the 
Labor I'arty was not drawn exciusivcN 
from the membership of the unions 
It. was deriTOd.larfjrly from mas.ses 
of' the people ni>t acfiveU allied witli 
labor organizations —from the eUsso^ 

{Df men and W4fBen %ho wit! he chiefly 

inconvenienced, and in many Cases 
will be subject to privation and suffer- 
ing, hy dishicfttlte of all the services 

which make life tOlefftllli tu the ...ti 
gcsted centres of pi^lriUtion m Great 
Briuln. Win the multitude of people 

thus afflictr.! I . M, •fiiu" I 'V be 
grateful to the leaders of the party 
whkh hronffht tuffeHng and privation 

into thefa* lives'- In A v...fd. will the 
popularity of the Labor Party be in- 
creased by the general strike? 

• a « 

Of course all the leaders of the 
Labor Party did not iollew the ex- 
ample of Mr Thomas wh< ri tb' \ 
learned that the die was cast and a 
general airiha had bean etdered. Some 

of them organired processions and 
marched through the streets of Lon- 
<ion singinc*so«ia of exaltation. When 

HiK Hi n boomed f t - hour of 

midnight fnmi his lotty position he 
sounded the doom of ciipltal and 
proclaimed the emancipation of 
Labor. Of course the historic event 
waa worthy of a celebration, and it 
was suitably rrlehrated. Mr. A. J. 
Cook had told the demonstrators that 
Ihe Capitalistic Government of Mr. 
Baldwin would be defeated wftHhi a 
few weeks and that the rightful mas- 
ters of the country would soon be in 
posseeeion of their Mrthrlght. Mr. 
Thomas knows better and has be- 
trayed his feelings. Mr. Ramsay Mac- 
Donald hnowa better, too; b«t he has 

hitterlv blamed the (toverMMnt, not 
the parties really responsible, for the 
calamity. 

• • • 

One feature of the strike situation 
we have noted with special satisfaction. 
The printers have shown the proprie- 
tors and the editors that they actiully 
are. ss we have long suspected, the 
masters and sit tightly in the seats 
of the mighty. They have followed 
the example of the illastrious Musso- 
lini, and declared theni«elves dictators 
Newspapers henceforth will be printed 
when the printers ar^ disposed to print 
Ihcm. The thunderous editorial will 
ttot be printed if the . printers dis 
approve of It. IndipMMt tnbacribcr* 
mav fuss and fmM wbtn they look for 
their morning ptper and fifl to find 
It Whereat the dMatOfM priftlar will 
mereh give them whftl Jm ftgltl **|hc 
merr v ha ha '" 



comprehend what tlic "highbrow wa^ 
drfvtng at.* Now the grialaa seads 

thr editorial -and crnaora lit indeed 

"the worlfi do aMval* 



Notable Anniversaries 



Anfolne I.«urent LaivoiMer •tto 
founder of modem rbemUary. wa- 
oae ot the promtQsint vt^ma ot ai« 
rreneh ra«toluti«Mnr mok^ being 
auUleiinof esi May t, 17»4. under 
decree of tn« lt«sr«lutt«na ry Trtbun<tl 
Tliat ferocious body wan not moM .t 
by any piM of ■^lentifti Mrbirvnndu 
or prrvloun iiervlce tn Ihr nafmri . 
I.at v(iifli«>r had l>#»"n '>ne of the farm 
ern-irenrral of the revenue, anO that 
waa enough. TweiOy a O ve n other 
men pt ewtaenea ^sJm had held 
■imUar poattteno wum anneutad at 
the uauie time. Laivolaier. who waa 
only firty-eiM yeara old. cava fMI in- 
dtCAtton that h« would hnve aided 
maiterially in the development i.f 
ehemiral .s. Ienr«> If he liad not br<Mi 
thu« riilhleiwly murdered. Hia fir-t 
great aehlevement waa MiabUeb- 

ment of the "law of conaervatlen of 
naaa," whiah aMana that whatovwr 
chance of fcimi nMUartela may under- 
go tbr aum total rsnsslas tha 

Ilia reeesLMhoa finally dtaeredlteii tiu- 

Old "phloglatoaii" lti«-..'% ..t .loon 
i^tr\ .irii! mubBtlluti'.l i tir n..Ml>on 

>li'W ..I itl. ,111 I. inn ! I- II ..f .-llMII'Ilt- 

Apm •ii.iM tiiM purely sclenlinc dla 
• ow iin- iir gave bUi oountry' the 
b«neAi of praoUeal advtaa m vartena 
linen. Ha diaeaimod a maihad ' of 
improving the auuiniaetwu of «n»* 
powder, ui^i ahowed how agriculture 
could IM bectereii .m<imv .itt.. , 
partmenta ef the xtitii H<.TMe« were 
beneflted by hla a tivitiea. 



J- Journeys 



WTiorr ■ fSnMC KoiH iMne Alono 
■|"ti' "'^'^M.in (leaHants are a 
most huspiiAble people, but their 
rulee ef* hoepitnllty are rfgtd and 
rarely broek ef ylolatlen. 

So an-embi»elBg. however, la thetr 
hoepiuilty that pvaa n begvar must 
he offered good food before he la per- 

••o""r ■ '.\>,,„ , ,.r 

«-iiteit 1 (i.> ,|..,.r , ,' , : <tegian house- 
bold DM;-.. j.,,ri.ik» .1 meal or hta 
boat* will ii<^ utrended. 

But one of the atfangeaf of the 
NoiWjagtna e ua t a m a. In which their 
heaplUMe nslea abound, la that of 
serving the cneot'a aMhl in aatttnir 

splendor. 

There ik ri. ii luii the ulighteat bit 

«rt..|>lii.-.ti :m ihi.. hil.i: If RriiWH frr.ni 

;i --plfli ..f 1: ... l.l.Tie'.- 'Tlir fre; 

Itl M ihrir DWii table 1h not aufflclantly 

elei: int for the more eaalted taatea of 
the honored gneat. 

Thla apartal table la eotered with 
the dsieat nf whit* linen. The nervim 
la of irilver. The mUtreas of tho h(iti«e 

serve... hini liiM'j. If l; ir ..ti.e ili, 
f'i'i l tins lieeri .tet iipi.n lh<^ t il<l.. il..- 
''■■-'i-ix disappearn Itui; Ii.t cucm m . 

»nju> hl« food «.lone. She may come 
in qnee or twice durlnsr tht f eel" to 
encourage him to eat nsore haartUy. 
bat that la alL 

If the gneot tnalata, he may be t>er 
niltt»d after a few daya to eat hi the 
lilt. ti. 11 \"..ili the family TliU Ih thi- 
III u ilec I hit 1» onl.v KPHnteil in r,>re 
ami ex. >■ j . 1 1 1 .n.i i i-.ii<es I : u i , . ■ . . ■ ; . f 
Biio*. i< .itlitiltted to the kitchen, he 
!» i>.iri if the moat Intimate Ufa of the 
hOuaehoid. 

He dipe. into the 4l|IWI with & 
wooden spoon Juat aa the taa^lly and 
the farrtihMn.^1 do all around the 
plain board Ife helps himself td 
(triiit the norrldire madr nf barley- 

pHiivui; tiour nulk. J'utaloes and 
Hah I n ter and cheese, aupply the 
rost of the meal. 

The wooden apoona> uaad at theee 
family meala are a source of great 
pride fo the Norwegians. Baeh mem 
ber of the f.'imllv has hln own npoon 
with thi- iiwner'N Initliil carved on the 
han'i:>' 

I ' iKh ihelr ruatoma of hospltnl- 
' fTer from our own. the spirit 
which Ilea beneath the outward nianl< 
faatatlona la deep and aineeire. ' They 
are really anxioua to share what they 
have with any stranger who may 
e h n ae e to eome to thel^ doom; 



FINAL GONVENTION 
OF.i.W.U UELO 



RrnoiMtton Tii^ird by PmvlnrSal 
■mmt P«e>il«t»g Kaurr 

4 MMBdIaSi l^glOM 



\ A.NCOL'VKK. Jiay 7 - IVovini-ial 
id ef tkw Or«at War Veteruna 
AawMtmian. la iHiinllss hana to 
day. resoNud tmaW IMe • AMkl con- 
vention iinil In i* reMlitllen. pledged 
the bram-lien i t prr>»ented to enter I 
I ■*ii«'U.»n I.<"»;l«>r» .>f th.' lirltlKti Km 
[lire .Serviir l.<-<atxi'^ * bi»l> ii.s »uiin 
i> tli^ « iriKrliiiti l.»»»rion i« full) m 
carpsiraud a Uomiaiou orgaataation. 
wMh all the HitfUa and raaaadlao per- 
tain ing thiTeto. 

In uif |.r.,';»mbie to the resolution 
I r * >^la 1 1'. I I h 1 1 i ti ^ I >• >i n i r i i 'ii eum 
riutiul in . i>n \ pr»l 1 . m lune J .1 l*5t, 
had lie. iiied lo ili> iin i>ar' in ron 
sununatlng the iiiUty ut vateraA.s 
w h e » ado«aata p eenrln t en had hoea 
mnAe fog earvyiaet asi mm aAalaot 
burenu lor the bare of dlaaMod 
erana aa4 their dependoMta. This I 
wuR made an nei . . nii.i mhed fact by 

tlin- .N.iMi.nal ("ruin.il u( thi' l^Rloii 
on April Vi larit u tii-n tlie atrvicv 
bu'renu wax instituted 

No tottM te tiM eeitor win %• la— f t sO eseatt 
•«w tbe ir a p ir aleMtare aad a dS w as ef tha 
rule uSilse ef ae 



filllllKTH Ullll l^ilAlllllT- 

."-^11. ^ .>ur i. lfF. iu i' ihiH iiiui iTutii 
1.1 th«' way .1 |i«nlher atory spreads 
and the exaMcratod account a api 
Ing la the CaUCOrala pap era, 
to my mind an early panthee alaay 
that waa publlehed la The Coloalat 
during the aeventlea: 

"One Way of Catching Panthem " 

"Mr. Martin Dodda. at uk- ^■■'•t^< 
M hen visiting his bam .\p.it. r.i.t:, 
afternoon, waa aatcntshed t'> • a 
paAther and her two cube laaide the 
building. Mr. tiodda ManMlp alone d 
the door and through tha ceaaha they 
oaa lM aaan; no doohi many wti! 
take A run out to look at them." 

The morning The Colonist ap- 
peared scores al unre bactened f" the 
tJorRe enjoylnff the uf beer 

Mr. lioddK iserved, nnd i>n thetr return 
sent their friends out fo get the beer 
flr^ and afterwards nee the panthers. 
Borne were primed to see panthers 
even before they left the city. 

Naedleaa tO anjr. H waa late la the 
day hefera tho fhat that U waa the 
first of April dawned en mmmf Tie* 

torlnns. » 

TIil.M Mtc.i\- which was eo hi eh'-. 
i>f>n(iat lonal. had its sequel In one of 
the Illustrated New Vork papers, 
which came out with full lUuatratlosu 
ahowing "How Tliey Catch Fnatheea 
at Victoria, B.C."' 

Ho you see. after all. history is 
. I ly repeating itwlf by thi • ihr .rnU 
1 .(.ers tyou refer to) m.ikini; mo 
h of the panther shnollim that 
i. .ik place litre on the 27th of la«t 
ni onih 

If the I'allfornl.i t>i;bllration8 OOii Id 
have Included (lir- heer in their de- 
irrtption, poaalbly It would hate add- 
d somewhat to their eanastlnnal 
wriuaga as to the atUma t loaa of Vic 
torta. 

R. T. WILLIAMS 
View Street, Victoria, BX:.. May «, 

iiie. 




^ Period Desijiw in 

Dinin^-Room Furniture 

\>w dtaptdys of dinfnRf-room furniture now in our showrooms 

ie\c,'il new rfTri-t- in |if!ii.i! i!rMj.-iis iif f \i cpt i. 'ii.il ili.iiMi \!| 

who have already sccu thi^ ihspiav lia\c bt-eii deliylit. ! l- ili 
with the'beauty of, the diMt;ns and with the very reasonable 
prket aft «rfcidi > w« liave marktd tltem. 

WEILER'S 



Government Street 



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Mateorologlcal OlHca. Victoria. B C 
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t'liun-b I'nion Matl«rN 
.'-'Ir. - f'ei^nit me ,to sa^ .Jiow nuidb 
I retrret the re««>ealac- tMMuch ^Hd 

press of Jibe diacusalon on Chfftdi 
Union mattere. PenssaaHy, I have Mot 

M-rltten. nor Inaplred. any such < orre 
spondenoe, ner have I known prior 
(•> publloatlOll, of Hny leti-rx i..miic 
prepared for. or sent to tin- newn- 
Iiaiii TH, by any synipathl/. r of ChuroJ* 
fniiin HI!., th.- taken laat 

■'<"'•■ III' ' ' ■ "I . .TlMllt.Ml I would 

h ivr> uneii any Influence 1 might have 
' prevent their appearapea. for 1 
cannot aee that aay good ean be ac- 
coioapUahed In thla way. and t feai* 
harai la heing done. If people woui i 
uxerelae the virtue of patlenee for .< 
little longer, the nonitnibn Commi-i 
Hli.n nhould make hii. h utafement i« 
will lift from the renlm of (|. |,:ii<- . 
tiiin (loiiita about whli h rnui h of the 
diJMUMHion has turned. Meantime It 
ought to be pqaeible for ChngUan 
people to direct their thoaght. aad 
prayer dnd enerpy towarda taaka 
worthy of the Churoh** nuaaion to tha 

world. 

W. O. WIUWN. 
Chairman of the Preshytery of Vie- 
torla of the U.c. uf c, Victoria, B.C« 
May 7, ItSI. 



What You Pa 



For ao article iao't inpoftent Wi^tt you 
i9l for what you piy it tmpoctaiitl 

The dUhfcaoe btlwMa '*ciie«p** prialiiii and qiuXt^ 
priMiat it aaan ia doUan aad 6«Mi bat caocamii ia 
tttJUiM aad 



THE COLONIST 

Priiituig Lithograpkog ^ Bookbioding 



1211 BraMiSt. 



Phoae 197 



frnlliniT our '-.1u<a 1 1 ohh I t«».!i.> i ' 

vise seme m«Ms of «-i.i>i!nn> ik •n. > 
regreatahie immi '^f bum . - i, ■'m.., 

Maaoi^ Bead; ' Vtetorhi, v..c. 
M^iy a. Xt3f. ' " 



the night »i 
floeaped. 



A < "igiijbier. who epant 
the Carv<^ hotaa.. 



ASTOtUA 



M IV 



Ore 

. t 1 . , . ' r ' • \ . Was '■■ 

■A fire whii h iloKir.. , <• 
\Veetport early iod«\ 
Hid foUrte«n-n)onths-old 



7 -T.Io-, I 
' 1 ' ■ <) ".1 1 ••. 
) 1 1 H ) HI m »' 
Mil w I f !> 

child, and 



Runaway C qi^ Wreck 

BAM fTlANCiaCO. May 7 - a 
crowded cable ear, crolnlng tnomentuni 

111" a steep i allfmiii i .Sui-et hill to- 
^. ran •1W1^ on' ..f ...ntrol. to tho 
' ' 'i'- hi:i telescoped 

I n.. I her car there, severely laJurUUI 
'IV e pfMfpa.aiid aaaataif Jmm 
Jurtee 10 a aaoaa oi othoea. 
MBMa*MeiriM«SMMauBnMeMiM 



Matlmiim 
MlMmuiit 
A vera a* 



irk 



Nth' 



•I 

47 
12 
44 



IS 



■ ' • nsiea 
' leedr. 

i r.M Mf«lh.-r Kr.|>of-ta 
Vieterla — Raromeiar. 2»7J. wlMd, S. 

miUs; rinudy 

VaSesurer — narnmeter. 5174. »ln<1 t r. 

I mllM. fair 

RaiMioepe — Uarematar, tSlli wind, a. 4 

miles: rieedy. 

ei^ily''* H.fe: ealw: 

BaieVaa P«lMt-~narMn«ter. tS.N: wiae. 
S.a.. tl mile*; ralniee 

TallMMh— narnrTi<>i<>r :i T« winil o || 
ntttea; ralnlns 

rnellanil. ttr* narnmcter, :» 14. wisd. 
n I mllaa: fteMg. 

Maiiie^-hareMtSr. MM: vtad. g.W., 14 
miles. < lenet- 

W.W.. 14 niltm rtaur 

Tornado Injuries 

OK.MI I,. ;F.K. Okla . May?— At 
leaat hwlf n. doien persond were m- 
\ur»'\ and nrtore than twenty farm- 
^ -e wSre blow away or deetroyed, 
thin H riernoon by a toraado that owapt 
a path n quarter of a ~~ 
" '-th of here. 



rnlvenMy of a.CL 
Blr.^Under the heading of. "The 
Unlverelty Maintains Its High Btan; 
dard," in your exening rontemporary. 
there is the ntHtement that lOS KIrst 
Year Rludenin fnil ;, nd ninety-eight 
pnaa «lth «u|i|)lei,>entn Is In view of 
the fact that the InlverHlfy by Its 

miitrii ui;itioD eeu the standard of ad- 
iniMHion. givee the e o ufu ea and marka 
the examinatloaa at tha aad of the 
term, one la naturally puaaied te die- 

("over where the high standard is to 
he found. It certainly can t be in the 

teaching end of the Institution, an 
some weaknena imiHt eiiat where 
nesriy forty per 'om of the student 
body sre either < ompleir or potential 

falliii f-H 

III view of the fact that the ooat ef 
the Instilutlun to BHtlafe ColUMbia 

must b« In the aoigli t a r iiaad of 
oaa per year, ot a per capita tan of 
11 per head oa evarp taapayer. one 
would naturally eipert th.t care 

would be exerrlaed In elinilnaiInK 
Waffle In every form. That sueh |a 
iiiil belnit exerelaed is shown In the 
fAi I that the inKtituti»)n haa permitted 
the waxtr of a yesr In the life of a 
lartre pen-entagc of its atwdeat hody. 
In the fare of eurh reeulli if le ovidaat 
that the ayaiem at Vanaaufi aigald 
ed on Mm agrstem In vetue In tha 
U.a.A.. has broken down: and it is 
not to be wondered at. as in ih^i words 
of an adUcatlonlai frum that rountry, 
tt.a syatem there i« ncii lo' f , ms it- 
self , 

While the tmited Nlatr. teeming 
with the wealth of the world. *«aa 
afford to make such eooUy eaperl- 
menta. ail muec reeogalae that fiiHlaa 
Columbia, a yeuB# aad atttwHhC 
country, can't aflard te do ao. aaa H 
la lacumbeat oa ' 



Victor 

Recoras 

Always 




tv«s« Welra-O^ee. ( 



Prisoner's Song 



liesn Voral 



fog Trot 



I *»tia 

Varnon Italhari (Ti 



JW>1'. t*«ii* I 
14714 Wslla-iai 



Ne^eUr Orc b sss r a 

After I Say I'm Sorry. 

Jean OoMkette and His Orehaatra 



im; 



Thanks for the Buggy Ride 



1 Love My Baby 



FaaTaM 



'a 



I Never Knew Ffow Wonderful 

You Were 



MM Y YEARS AGO TODAY 



fTfm Tbs DaMy BrttUh 5>»leals( ef May S. ii74« 
yarrow aijigi A lad wUMs aisneg ea ta« rMhs Mer tk* n.- r ii.tom. h 
r-...r.i.T ^nT%»m> f.n lete the w.ier aad very aerrewir escasad Sra»».a« 
• " ' - • M. eeasitiea bp W- a Ciplaas, ef the slea»e» - - 

»'"»<'d leie the water Munedfsielg. aad waa aid 

• ■ ' ■ ■ f H : . . r,- Am* 'I 

.«r.,. , ,..n„„r,,.1 » »U. r»M Mf Mar 

Tlia ttKtm'r Nnrih eaeiOr ••nvs.l i\»t» 

Seead with »h» foiirt«nn« |.«<i»»na*r4 Mr* 

aMIIA. Mr. fteneei* nf •nn r'»rt. wn aad 
ibe laalto aad a eaasii'r ef rrei(kt 

— - I I - - 



H* 



'ir'»>>».i Teama haw 
• •»< KMHraetMT. 



aaa the 

lewa. 



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1^ r>«ior4Bt a/teraeen Tr»m Puael 
If. Mra tarr, Mra. Wkae. wS. 
s ll Mia Mke aiss bseatbt 



ibiftp 



Let's 1 alk About My Sweetie 

fdcTiM Rmaaasi 



Victor ^ records pl«y on 
Mr tm of Vkln^to 

At m MMt#r'9 VoiM" UMkft 



▼IrtarTalMnft 

^i«' hine (x> 




ESTABISHED 18SS 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. S ATl Kn.W, M AY 



9 



Girls' and B9y^' 
Plltoiit 



OXFORDS 



Sixes 8 to lO'/t 
Slses 11 to 2 



$2 Per Pair 



Maynard's Stioe Store 

649 Yates Street PbolM l^a2 

WHERE MOST PEOPLE TRADE 



ELEVATOR PLANS 
ARE INVESTIGATED 



PliKlMll>KXT OK C'tlAMBi-ai OK 
COMMKRCIC OftCVOTEB AVTKS- 
Tk>N IN KAHT TO KUKT . 



lli'l>rcM-iiiui 1 1 <-» <>r I 'll) \rc l.\|>«-< led 

rcMtfw with 




We Specialize 
In Chair Recaning^ 

Don't Throw Yoor Chairs Away'-*Have TKeitt Repaired 

The Red 4> Cross Workshop 



S«4 - ft Johwon Street (Juat B«i«ir Oofvt) , « 



Z1C9 



SOUTH AFRICAN AIDS 
ANTl STRIKE PAPER 



Fl«nlir Kr~. •< .iii.-N \..Iiinl..r «'lirHer 

(or BrliUh t.n/x-ia — I x^a Own 

Oar tor DlMribaUea 

I/5NDON, May 7. — Th#r arhlrvpment 
of a South African planter !■ alv«n 
i» r » iw <—a c » tn Th# nrtti»*n oaiwtr 
ma lllustrmtlnfc the "maicnint (<n r ^ptrli 
shown by the va«t body nf |..vj)| , m1- 

Tlie r^l inipi iil iir.l hi- hoi v|i »•!« Hnil 

' - " I ■! I I ,, I 111,' <1lf<|'><>«^4 I of 

'' ' ' ti. .infl viiluntccrpil lo tarry 

ih,- nt -f ropipn printed !• Alderahet. 
Wincheatar, ftouthaMiptoa aad iater> 
mediate potnta. He left r^ondon ree- 
taaiair Wttk his car taUy lAAfn nn.i 
eelled up th^ n<>wa ngft>t on rouJp. 

Tfi' 111,.' •, .trivcil at Sum ha mploii 
during * l>iK l.al>or Ucmonstration. 



The demand for The Qaaette was 
■nhftlaieus and Inkoiedlate. and eew- 
«>ral aaents not haHnv tiRie'to dree*. 
I unhad Into the Htraeti* in Hajaai^s 

Loeai Option ( loses 

HaLooiu in Bulgaria 

H<^)KIA. iiulKHi i.i May 7 A i pforni 
wa\f nhuh h-.tx hoen sweeplnft a 
i^iiKf r. ti..,. , ' r.Miiriirlu hM« raaulc^d 
In ih«* holflms of lot-aT option refar- 
cnriums in many villaaas. . It was oflt* 
• Ully annnuncad today that fio vote 
tT» atxtT'two mtaxra haa' f9i\ans Tfi 
the ckMlapt of all eafooaa. ixirlna the 
Saacer ' hoUdaye. tlie niiniatar ut the 
Interior elosed n larfe number of 
gamhllnt hounes in niany of the coun- 
try dlatrtets. 

V |>|,| I 1, II y.iii r.f til" dreud- 
fill fritii' I -t: v\c<i.i;tiB day?" 

Sn.iili h ' ntloinan alMuld 

apeak thul way of his wife." 



The return of the prealdeat of the 
I lisnpb^r of CoriiiM. t . Mr. C. P. y(. 
schwenaeni, tfQm the k;aet la-exRa«tad 
to bo attiMdoft «vlth seoea detntte un 
nounccaaoat «(Mh eeapact Ao the pt*- 
\Mtur attuatton in thtn city Bin< • 
i',i\if.i; Ih.' 1 unvciit :.M\ ,i < I , i , I i-.-d un 
>l • Si h \^ .■ '1 ~. all'l |ii;i.llin> 
1 " ii , 1 . 1 : ■ ' n I III ■ (n- i 1 1 v Mi ( . i m 

Wiiinn hisf viatieti t-'loridu lii 
l(eeplna Hith the plans wkOa they left 
here o( aeeklnr to Interost that otato 
in the- lutnlMr prodwocion of this 

j i'rovln( o 

I III Ihf I .lurnr of their tioir lo 
I i-'I'M .1 I ' h.' .11 y of .1,1. 1 — I i ;i \ 1 1 i.- >^ 1 

\i!«ti(i(. hui no infurmution lius heeii 
« i <'ive<l hf re a« to the aurccaa which 

iitended the mlaalon to the flotithem 
1 'late. ThlH report will profeahty be 
i h*Id until fh'ir i.-iniii t > \ i.i-rla. 

inicnittcd III §'. ic tutor 
Ll^atern t'ani^dlan points have been 
visited by tham In the Intereata of u 
number of quen^ions thnt nfrert ihla 
city,* more particularly Ihui of Kraln 
elevntorn. It ix nnticipntetl th u Hhout j 
Iho hCKirininx of fhr \n • <•'< ili. i i |i' t- 
KPnl:il!vo>< of Ihf < "h.! iii her will he In 
\\' 1 11 ri I !>• r DM iImh w.iy li ■ > in pwji ril . 
The> wt|l miik«« aiiolht'i- •■top in thi- 
Weatorn rity on the buatneaa In hand 
before ntarfina oa the last lea of their 
tour, which will brtnv them back to 

VIrtorlii 

Tho wih)i lind hrrn oxprcnnod hy 
Mr Si lis\ I n;_-r rM Ihnt >t.iyor Krilijr.tx 
ohouM inrci hini In \\'lnntppe Iji <'»n- 
nf.ilon nlih th»» necotlation^ In hand 
there In the elevator matter. Jth^yor 
Pendray. however, feela It would h*' 
unnecessary for him to proceed there 
at thia Mate. He win nwali further 
information befoip hr fN^Myn to Join 
the mlaalon on th« prairie. 



V •-hipHK-iii M uloiig ih.' luie ol utiUtina 

Ihf III run Mh irfn iiTosio-a Ivaatdr 

rxitnt than hilheriu. 

The delocatas left with a sreat 

fund of tnfornration de.ilin>; with ih. 
• iiK.ittona In hand ;ttul thi~ ihf^j »«■>.• 

I'l • lu. I i-il ti> u*.- (II lit- ejttfiH 

III seiuiiiiK u.lvmui.4'i«i fui the tlo 

aa a a»H[i-iri > 

MEMBER OF FIRE 

DEPARTMENT IS DEAD 



, H4i*ort Coe, 



w4trmmn to Om' 



i'or tiilrteen > t-a - in il,. Kiitlnh 
iiivy .mil .ifit-i h vinx luKni ht! dia- 
■ M., -. i.,r ihi- .11 ' w> irsara a mem- 
htr of the city file departmsni. ^wbera 
he was soorctary of the firemen's 
band.' Robert coe. died in the Royni 
Jubilee Nospttal on Thiirnday nlirht 
followinc an ll1n«^*i whii h took him 
from hip work two luontliB iigo. 

Deceased leaves a widow and two 
little (hll^rsn, Irts, three years, and 
Raymond, one yeyir: his parents. Mr. 
aad Mr. Henry Ooo. of this olty; et^e 
bl-other und two slslora. 

Tli«- lull Mr foe WHii a native of 
Unalund. uired tbltty years, and roat^ 
dent at 17»f- Haattala mroet. 'The 
body la roatinv at tho Thomnon Fu- 
neral Home. IttB Quadra Street. 



TUESDAY SELECTED 
EOR CDAL mm 

feiUAIUCHOU>m> AND rRKOITDKS 
0»' VOWASrV to Mluia 

AT v.\Nroi;% iaR 



I'ai-t#c 



Coal Mteea. 

MNMStCtf hf 

keen FItlir Rxpeetod 



'i'h« iiiei'llaji ut ih«^ kliurettoldci <• 

aad eredttoto of - elio Paodlo Oaaai 

foal .M.io- l.irniii.l illr<Ml««d li> tli.- 
courl will be lield ai ih« ofhce of Mi 
W. B. Hodaoe. the trustee in bank 

raptcv "I tiu- I 1 1. 1 1 )|>Hii> in the 

Bank ol .\(.iva Si uu.i Ituiiitiiig It Van- 
• ouYer, on Tu» iii.i> iiiH irux.ii 'rhei. 
are a number of •reiliiois amonK 
merchants and whnienaie houses here 
und In Nanalmd and in Vaaoo«ver. a» 
well af * a^ml>or. of «n#ntt' ■rtaora at 
Ma^alMab The eompaay a esigaed in 
Ootob^r: 1*21. to Mr. Hodaes. and .< 



fi-i'in. wh«-ni •■ I h»- 
pl.K-f 1)11 Muniliiv 

o illir 1< I . fi M I 1*1 1 1 11 

f hul oh, w hrr e I h 
Normnn 1^ Smith. 
Ico aU 2 o'clock. 

laM to -teiM In Roao Bay Cemeter}% 

with tirrmon'^. hottora, and tho bead 

In attendance. 



funfi.il will take 
:if»<>rnoon (i» 2:4ri 

r til St. it:il Il lllilk 

rettov. the ilev. 
will conduct herv- 
Tbe t»ody win b^ 



Heasases reoelved In the city hy 
memltera of the CharnhfT of Com 

merre indicate th;ii (lining tin mi.i> 
in Montreal and a xtio.h 

roiiffrcni f>.s were pliiniiPil In i h<> In- 
I |pri-<ti iif tlif niiniiiiMis r mcrprl.sr'i 
' lh.it ii.niirn i t, i - p.,. (i, | htM COn- 

I nei ilon the <(ueMtlon of grain elevator 
I accommodation for the flty occuplea 
I aa Important place, tqaother with de> 



POLICE TO WATCH 
iSfiAND. ROADWAY 

Provincial Police have been in- 

atrurted to watch the RhvwnlRan rut- 
■ off road rlonely to jirevent rrrkle.'.s 
(Irivii t: i>\rr Ih'' ilptour while ihi* 
.Muliihiit I" cliified for repair?" ,inrt oil 
InR n I i.rilinK to an annoiinrpmrnt 
niiide a\ the Parliament Bulldlns.s 
>estcrday. / 

The detour jroad' la escoedlaaly 
dahferSUi fillea caiSi ^ravef over ft 
at fast speedi. Oevsral caacH of re ok 
lean drlvlnir have been reported re- 
• enlly, and ihf rioviml.il I'olicr ii'- 
tend to take MtrpH to proxent rei-ur- 
renc e of i he pr.' i • u <• 

If the dno weather q( the laat two 
day* cnntintieB. oiUnv of the Malahat 
to MtU Bay will be completed on Ma> 
11, and to MUlatroam on May IS, It 
Is reported. 



month I itr I 

ami Hi.il I Mail... 
I'fiuiprtii rit w I I I 
liens of 1 1 r.H.iMir 



M I . I il •■ II 1 n<l ."-^ II 1 1 ua ^ h 
n I III - \» .! I\ ..II till 
-iilil liinlir Ihr prlur 
1 1 u 1 UK til in I lie r- .1 n <l 



W. J. Ta> li>r. K t'. a rid wri.- \:i.,in',i 
In by Mr. C. A. Barnard. K.C.. of Mont 
real, one of the 'directors, at flft.Mi' 
of which sum he paid tut.eae. in 

caxh. The creditorB received nothina 
The pio|.frf ir..t have hfi n 111 In- i\% 
I'll) Invol'.fil litl^iitlon .»lni I''! in 
;h^ ;i'-t.i.n iif r.i'llii) I'li.i.^i 1 nil .Mini'- 
aSo lii.-'t John Arbuthnot » hh li s»eiii 
iwl<e to the Privy founcll. The com 
pany haf now been reorganta^d. witi' 
Mr. Arbuthnot as prssitlent, and har 
applied to* )he oourt to oust Mr 
Hndges. alleriag that hta appointment 
in l!>21 was void on many grounds 
1 lilefiy. that the company had no 
proper hoard of dlroetora at tfe«t 
time. • 

On the argument of this motion In 
Supreme Court last week. Mr. John U 
(trcen, counsel for tho company, ai 

lie >-ourt .s »uifjfe'<tlon. iipplled for .4 
iiirellna of 1 rrtlltorji and nharehnlderi" 
• on^irier t hr iiuem Ion of Mr Hodaen 
iMifiltion »n<l what .-ihould he done 
Thin Mii.'< vtrongly opposed h.^ Mr 
.Marrae, but wan granted. The larjre 
rredttors are the Pi udapUaT TraarTo 
of Montreal. wlUi a mortgage or 
ti'.BOO.OftO. and Mr. Arbuthnot. who 
I'oidn a Jiadghient or Hhont iton.nnn 

and various open acrounts totallin;; 
ubout ?6(),0I)0. 

A Shareholders' meeting la also to be 
held at the same time, tho sharos be- 
ing held, 11,201,000. by the Prudential 
ro.. and aome 1780.000 by Mr. 
Arbuthnot. 



t 11 



Smart Novelties in 



Sport 
Suits 



"Cud'ldoon** U M ex- 
ceedingly attractive new 
mat^nai of a jersey -likr 
texture which we now 
dkem in WMitly Jtagned 

sport suits. There is a 
hoKc of both wool or 
silk and wool in manv 
prettily patterned colors. 
Ollit^ new iport MiHI ut 
of wool woraM Ml ibidlft 
of light blue, green, rose, 
gold and nevy. Piict 

$25.00 - 




728 730 
Yates Street 



C4MITCO 



Phone 
3983 




lot Jiomes of all Sizes 



For cottage or mansion, for new 
homes or old, there's a ttyk 
of Victorit- 



Fmac« lUt w9 givo 




•'FOR SRVKRAL YEARS I ha.1 been trouhl^l with chronic OflO> 
■ tipaM. n 1 I.Min.l Ihr iiw of (atharticg ■twnliitelv urcrv^aiy. As d 
tfsult ,ny skin vrllow, tempcralurr hiRh Finally niy brother, a 

«liririi.al cnnmr^r, viagcstcd Flciaihinann's Yeast. In a very short 
ti nr niy s <ii v ^Uin • IcaTod Up, oiy UvoT Started to fuactioo. I romd 
tiir u..r ,f , 1.1 halt,, , unnecBiMry. No woadcr I aaa raMU for ow 
bcotbcr • suusstKn. ' jfr. i^rrtim M. mnwmj mmkmrn. IT. tT 

f Hll.lll 

"TVo VF.AP:. A(.o I fRgtalnv.^i a , .,nplrir wreck: worn-out by 
r^\^,^K■.ll ..n ' ni.lf, , in^ from w(,,m«^h troublca for over fen ve«». My 
iH.r -vBv a 'Mill!. ,i,vr-,,.t Willi iMiptiims. Not s singU pimple is on 
" ' ' 'O'f irr! ^rU m rverS- way. All impuritks 

hit.' iir.,.|>p<-Hir,; Mv f ' "ivsirni trris as if ctishiooed on indo- 
NMiKiihir nai'i, all. I Mrsh it vvas PloiacluBaBa's Yoast which 
cri ,i<r I thr viRor th<it hripi ,i nir to my huaWi Ai I lo8li back 1 sayM 

t;.!-, ( Ask ..nr whi -Moi If" yOrrSrfJte.As»Cftie*Mia#/,OhA. 



.i:?t*''-'' 

ALBION STOVE WORKS 



in ' 



•I, 



FIGHT FOR CARMACK 
FORiyNE IS StniED 



WMow M>iU(-« >^<-ll Irmrnl of $7.%. OOO 
. on Ulinl < liitmniit - I .oiiK l<rgsl 
'^•riiKjclr T»-rinlnnios 

\i BURN. fal.. May 7. -The sensa- 
legal battle over tho eatate of 
the late Oe or g e Waahta«tof ^Caraiark 
whteh haa Voow In tba Planar Coinit> 

rourta ainca I 032, Wpa aittlai hero to- 
day by the tllinR of a petition with- 

drawina opponltion to »h»' widow Mm. 
.MarKuerlte ('iirin«ik •."•rAinu hI 
nilnlstratrlx. uti.i th. !■ m. i- . r, 
)i-. attorneyB that a • n m p r i >n 1 1.~. mhh 
.1 fT'ififlO had been nettlr'il in itw 
contestant, Uraphie Hastlg, of Seattle 
The Malms to Mio Carmaek fortune 
nf r;raphle Baatig were baaed bn the 
a^IeirailonH thnt nhe wsm the daughter 

of t'arm.lf U rrputed lo bO thO dls- 

fn\rTi»r i.r thr KlnnrllK'' 

\^ ■■ ' ■ I,.. ^ 11 11,' . , . ■ f : I , 
lloii .Mtm ("arTiiai k \\ ill now l>i» fr^r 
to po ahead with the adminiatratlon 
of the estate. Camnnck owned pro- 
perty m Alaaka, Plaoor Cb,untir and 
Seattle. 




Health —for them 



IsASTSimVIVOItOF 

SOMHEES TRIBE DIES 

J-^nora4 vf Mr- M«r> I rtday Hill »<■ 

Mrte at I'lMpiininit on MaflMay. 

.Horiiliui 

Mrs. Mary Kriday. tl>e laat aarrlv* 
Ing member of tho ipMglMea tribe of 
Indians, passed away In St. Joseph's 
HonpitsI on Thursday *<>en1n« at the 
age of ninety-two years Born on the 
old Snnch«>#.n Reserve In 1»»4 de- 

r»-i- fl -'I'bered the landlnr here I 

nf .Sii lan,»s 1 iniinUn In 1143. which. 
s« a rhild. nh" »itneaaad. Her only 
relatives are Perry Bomb, a grandson; 
Mrs. H T. Rider, of VieterU. and 
Mrs. J. H. Karr, of WeaMM. Kaaaaa. 
ffrmnd dacghtern. 

Tl|a body is resting at Hayward'« 
B.C 'Funeral Chapel, whenre th'- 
funeral will take plac* on Monda. j 
mornlii){ al 9 o'clock, proreedinn i •» ' 
St. .loRoph'a fhurrh. Ra^ulmalt. ! 
where maas and funeral servleo will 
be heM at' t:*«. The iNNly wlH be 
laid' to root In the family plot at Rons 
wit OoMiatorr. 



BEST iSLMU 

COAL 

Vi0toria Fiitl 6«s, LM. 

1203 Broad Street— Phone \Ml 
A. R. Graham E. M. Brown 



Best Millwood 

■ tr.1» T [i.iv f->r gut' V (lellvvry 
|4 2. pT .-i-frt lon-l f»r 
• ( (>0 f IHM 

LEMON. 60NIIAS0liC0.1TB. 

iU24 Oovernm«nt St Phooa 77 



r. O.'D. E. 

Th» memker* of lh» riarenee NivltllnsalM 
'•h«pter »T» uli«)1 St tJ»* tt.C, 

Kun»r«i r.f'nrr laitar at l it taf slMa4 
the faaeral a^r^l** n( ib*lr late Pa*t 
Mra H R. Metatyr*. 



" SEVERAL 
inn Bilvt^ 



M. /. Fab^r and dau^Utr 
YEARS AGO I suffered with boils. A New Yorker I 
mr to use FVischmann's Yeaat. To my surprise after a 
f r w days fuUowuig his inetnictioos the pnln oeasad; prailaallr tke Mis 
disappeared. I have had noao rincc. We uea the «aaa laaMdy in ow 
* — Vj fiTT rnmripattan nail Mimmk iBwadin." 

ir. /. Mi*er. CMMiB^ on 




mdmm — yovthfkil rigor regafaMd — 

trough jut anm food 

NOT a "nnr .-.'1 " :,, • n nirdidne in any 
sense — Fleisclunann's YeMt ia ma^br* 
a wwrliatU freA foocL 
The MiUiOM of tfaqr eethft yeaat plants to 

""^'i I jrcakitnv.vvT;i?r thr whole sytterr. They 
nid tHgIrt ion— clear the akin — bamsli the 
poiioM of oorwtipotion. Where catliartica 
Rive only tennxiriuv relief, ywnt etret^gthena 
the intcit nmsrlr-? .■^iii! m,qlcrs tli/-T!! 1ii".'ilr !iv 
and active. Aiid day by day it relcaaca new 
itnree of flMfgjr* 

Fat two or throe cahae lagnlnij every day 

''"■('irr mraltq- on rrackrr!! — in f-!;.' m, rs. 
water or nulk— or juat plain, nibbled I rom the 
eahii. conmtitMttion •sp^ially, dia* 

..r;.» ! nfff ;ri hat wntr^r ( not tCtddtn^ 

/M/ora bfmkiMt mad mt tfdtim^. 



•ke« at a time— they will keep frcah 
in a cool place for tfvo or tbree dMqfe. AH 

grrtrrrs have FleiadlOMMB^ Yoaila fltMt tM* 

mg It today 1 

And let ut send vt >u a fi cc copy of our lateat 
l¥x>k1rt r>i) Vr.ist for HeiJtfi. Health lleewll 

Drji! L 'vf,(i, Tlir Flrisrhmnnn Compaajf, 
1166 Buiiaid St., Vancouver, B < ( anada. 



T«A8T TS MAnn in 



AN AO A 



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service 



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•iva ■ in v>» ; I ' ! li. ; - I ■ .n 

'■' ' ■ K'-- f'x-l on'! ^petit mv ni|hta 
■ > !,< >r w«« jfonr AfUxtltrted 

> ' • ^t• - I • *o weeks I found tha; to 

«-»' . .. i. ■ ■ . ,ff. !,., -Tii'jy; tkep 
UtUc Vcast cakas have »>^-Vt1 gqr Ws i waplsnlj " 

AHhm MmJth. Tmmtm, 0m. 




DRYLAND WOODYARD 



fl 
nr. 



S Avs 



aieeiia ae,ea t* 

aa). MM mr Ml«& 

' II I 



rmS FAMOUS FOi 

aids difBstian— ciesxs the skio- 



i»p ih< 

b a n ish es consttpotion. . 



: irr ivnt rm 



aniANK Thrrn [inmrrci i w;» \ on 
Thursday niahi. i»' the family reni- 
deni I . Hampnhlre Ilojid, aged thlrty- 
Ove yaara, Mrs. dtrmnk. a native of 
OUagow. Scotland, and % roaldont of 
thia city for tko laat aavoa yMm- Tho 
hody la reaUaff at tho tmameon 
yaneraJ Moafto. ItM Qnatfra atreat. 
from where the fanoral will take 
place aa Tneaday aftamoon at 2 
o'cioek. after wfcleh tho katfy will be 
laid to rest la tha Royal Oak Bnrlai 

Parl< 

A.Nl.KRKoN Thrve p«asod SWOT 

sarly yast^dny morning. Mrs. ftoat- 
rice Unilaa Stanten Anienwn. frtfe 
of Mr. w. H. K. kmgnmm. of ia4t 
L.yall atract. who wan anff* M Ortllla i 
Ontsrlo. snd haa baas a indent of , 

<ltV fnr the laSt tWaO^>iv' 

The body la raatfnr nt H 
BC V>niersl Owt .-i • ■ rm private 
•ervlco will held on Moadajr after- 
neon at t o'olo^. Intormand «M aa 
made at fUynl Call Btarlal Park. 

Ift 'KT The Tuner . I nf t ),,. i,,t. 
Mrn ^:nlll', II lliini will taka pLnee 
fii.rn UnywHiil- M< KuDarsI tSiapal 
tilia inornlog at lt;3f, pi nooodlng to 
the reafdencob «aor» a eni do wUl be 
bold at 11 o'elook aad the« to at 
Loko'a Ckorah fof farthor aarvloo at 
ll:Sa. The body wUl be laid to mat 

at T^uVe -I ♦■•m«'lery 

M K In. i,„d>- of tha lau Mra. 
\' M niti' k« raoting at Hnywnrd's 
BW raafral Chapol. :t4 Broughion 
^'■eot. WHII tomormw morning. wh»e 
M WlH bOforwardad to Roehe Han...- 
Men Jnda laland. Interment will 
at rVMay 



Strike Threatrrwd 
» 

•TDKKV. N.i.VV May 7.— -Tho 
mine engine drivers* who threatened 
to atrihe during the lattar part tt 
ApHi If their demands far higher 
"rages wore not irmnted. are cxparted 
lo e fa as Work daturday when thair 
tOfo weeks' notice expires ru,. mlnev 
probatily will rloee down then, since 
the prospode of a aattleaMiit' appaar 

•mall 

Rarber: "ToU complain of our 
charge for shavlftg. sir; b«t yon must 
think of the eatra labor!'* 
Caatoaner: "Wkat eatra labor?" 

Barber: "Well, with the high ro«i 
of tlrlag. goatlemen'a faooe are lonser 
thna they wereT'* 



4»e 




t A^\^ nd \ i Ml 1411 rfi)oy tlii< 
hianu m yuar hi>oic at once. 




KENT'S 



641 Ysiet 

Streef 

Pisnos Pbonogrsphs 



KadM»s 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1936, 



Itwiiimiilbe PHy Cm Yog Get Sieb Low 

Prioes,J!lif|i Freololivory,MatKiithaa's 

1 iu- C avli t^y»tem dors it Irt Kirkham's Save Money for 
For pliofic sKoppinj ask about 'our a^sauntinir system— for 

< < 'II \ CM ICIJCip. ' ••■ ▼ ^ 



your 



B 4 K Soft WhcAt'PMtry Flour lO. 

Ib. Mck 49t 
Wort* Crown SOuMd Macktrd. 

niar J5« tin' for 
Van HoutenV Cotfoa, 



ill bulk, II) 



49t 



Braid'i Best Tea, I lb. pkt 70^ 

Beach Eakins F«it« J«M|b <l' »rf, 
n> can . ... 70 



Fine«t 

t m s 



25f 



Kddy i Maininoth Toikt RoUa. rcRti 
br H> . Vtry* aperial, 



25c 



Purof ToUat 8Mf^ value. 8c. \ rry 
ftpeeial, • I? . . 25 C 



ftb«U«4 WaUmta, finest quarteri; prr 

ifc. — i nut 

■•nl I> tBe«|jnneappIa, rc'golar 25c 



tin for ^jJ. 



Pinaat Loganberries, 58 tins 35^ 
Perfection Houae Brooma, rc K'llar 

HO. |.,r li, 86^ 

Dry Shrimpt. tin 

Armada CUma. tin _.. 



39c 



Bread Flour, all hnnH;^*9 II. jck 
for fa.Sft; tl 
W-lb. Mck #leOU 



graphloal error, the lelliir *V thr 

aupplvm»ntal« wu a<1d<F(] In tht pawi 
liMt (firj-t yar) iiKjlnni the name of 
MkM I'ubloM, wtierfuii 
without any (luallficailon. 



Ililliili Immti The Victoria BrH- 
tah^Iarael Aaeoefation wtll meet 1« the 

N ictoria ("lii!> room, fempb^ll BuHd- 
inK oil Tu^-f-ildy t>v<nln({ at • o'clock. 
Th.- |.r.sH!.-ni, Mr. II !«. K .« I l.r. will 
Kive All iLddremn on iIip subject. "Ue- 
Tllir Kinig Cometli,'* 



Orchestra Given Ovation 
At Last Nighfs Recital 

[ , 

Ensemble of Victoria Instrumentalists Heard in 
Prog:fainine Which Proves Anew the Serious Pur- 
pose and Hijh' Standards of This Organization 



i'ircua Kiito Today- The hiis- >>l' 
Canadlaa cldPiia. which har< aii wpU 
h—n attraetlag larte cro\^'l.1 
Mmer of OarlMttr 1l«»4 Md Douclan 
Straot. wm ooael^ «ffal«fct mmA thea 
MOV* on to Courtwiay. It la expactf d 
that many Vtetortana wtll patronize 
thin cIri'UH ren(l«'zvoufl of merrlineDt 
here either thie afternoon or evening 



L«llion Cre^ 

pkL for 

ChOmkfM Desaett 

retnlar 75'c fin for lio^ 
FrWh FHdt,Cake, special, lb. ,517' ,^ 
i'» OoMteta B«r r... . 4# 



regular 25r | Rmb mhd Botler TofFa*,.' regular 55c 

I \u f(„ ' 39^ 

BUicuitB, French Jelly Mixed, rrgnlar .15r lb. 

(or . "fRf 
Cowan'a Maple Budai irguUi t>i>i 'lb. 
for • 46# 



fkoit Wheat Meal Vf«W«'With frmt. 
rrt'iilar 4.Sc Ih 



Assorted 
f«r 



regular 

20c 



tm Mk^OvpttrtoMit— PhMM 5533 



Sweet Or.iiiKcs. .|.,/tii 25c 
Cdlift)rni,» Gtapefruil, * i .r .. J£6<» 

Kipe Itaiianas, en ;il»c 

Austrdhau Gieen Grapea, lb 

Sunkist Lemons, dozen !•# 



Fresh Rhubarb. « Ili> 
Finest Smyrna Tabic 

!or 

Lars* Navel 



Figs, regular 
%Bt 



lUtrllrn on .Vfaquinna The hn1un of 
>.f Mr Aiv.i I>«-<jnui <l V> 1 1.. mllt in '.f 
I'hliawack. B.C., anU Air. Al< x <.»l)rrK, 
who wer* kUto4 at the Cathels ^k 
laggim ^Ump at Port Ren- 
w«U ko ktowght to VletorU en 
board the Prinoesut Maqulaiuw It woa 
aitnouacod laat ntgiii oy PreviMlal 
Tho l»^ino» wiU bo h«M fcMo. 



t 



\ irti)ri« t\,i)t iMvii l,>-> ri •ic^eiy 
< nni.< lou« of »ny spfriiU lavk !■ her 
■ nu^irni lifr save in tli.o epoetel ttald 
of orchestral cenearta. Now, happily, 
It aeanw that thia lack may b« re-' 

IT I )u IT MM.SOtl.f 

'irir;i ni/.,it Mil h.4M 

11 1 1 1 1 f 1 III.- 1 1 ; r > ■ . 
\ \N II, II. . .1- 
1 i - .1 II il (I I n 1 1 n II 

llM 



.S«TK«"«IU Traiwfcmi*! .S»TS»aiit < 
H. JenninKd. of the I'rovinclal r'""' 
la cbarfe of the motor lli enrf .l.-pari 

meat at the Vaaeouver court house, 
will ba traa8farro4 to polloo iNatfaoar- 
tors horo. griio tnuMfw l« \Mng aaade 
at hla «wa roQUoat, SorgoaM'JMmlBgs 
haviac wmtA9A la tbia city (or maay 
year*. Ro wHt bo attached to tko 
motor Uooaoo braaoh horo. 



Very Fiae Tab^ PotatOM, 

fyy. ■■'Ttr'"*"*'* ******** *^ 



50c I 



Freth Spring Cabbage, 



5c 



Fresh I,ri(«l Spin.uh, « M.s t.., 25f 
Fresh I.o, ,i| Hcaii Lettuce, ; i 15<» 
I resh llodii.mc Tornatoes, i 45c 
Scottish Chaxnpton Seed Potatoca, 7 



ea, • 



Fresh 



Fresh Asparagus, butich..^...^ 

Freah CucumberiL each ..^ 

OUtfonria Hmd Lattaca, each. 



es. ■> 
'-:.'.<■ 

,15c 
.10^ 



Pfaiott Salactod Attarta 
lb., 49^, or S Ibfl. 

for ... 



per 



Bntte« 

$1.23 



FhiiMt^Attirta Bnttar, Grade 1. per 



lb. 



Sctgm Ca-f'.; Side Bacon 

• |,rl !t, 

Lean Sugar Cured Back Bacon, 

cut; pi I ii. 

Cottage RoUa, per lb 

Pknie Haaa, ptr lb :._ 

HoiM CooIm4 Mam, sliced, lb. 
Wmm Ham. sliced, lb, 

Mn4 Cbaa^ Cbooaa. lb 



,'iece 

I . ; r I' e 

37c 
.30C 

.2U 
•94 



or 



imported Hoquelort 
• Chaaaa. par lb. 

Prima Engliah Stihoa 

!b 



Ciiorgoaxoia 
Cheoao, per 



Kraft Chese, i - > 1 38^ 

Pure Lard. 1'. :i2c or 3 lbs. for e3< 

Peanut Butter, per lb 

Owa ceataiaer, yr i/b. ^ , — 1 



Btnr YOUR MSATS, AND :F6ULtKT mcKB 

I I' ! . I '-It. I .rnpment Keeps Evcqrthinf Claaa aa4 Prcak 
Koasta 



' 21c 
22c 



npnient 

Kump Koasta oi Beci, J to 4 II 
averata, par Jb, *^ 

*ttea WimM Baaf, 

per lb i 

Sirloin Tip Koaats, AYt lbs. 01 ^ 
'leverage, per lb., M# aad mIC 

GOOD ROASTS AT LOW PRICES 
Cross Kib Oven koasis, 

r, |., I.%C llvl 

1. ridon Cut Oven Roasts, 

prr !i, . 15c and , 

Bla^K Boaa .Roaatat 

per lb.* ; 

Freah Boiling Brisket. 

p*r lb., aa^. 1©^ and.... 
Freah Beef Heaita, * 

each 
Il0«nd Steak. 

per l^.^.:co^ and 



Local Milk Fed 
killed, 86 unly at, 

each .... « — 

Good Boiling F6wU, i to 

V Ihi .ivcrage; per lb 



Freah Tnpe, 

3 Ibe. lor _„ 

Freah Made Beef Sausages, 

per lt> , lO^'. .1 3 lbs. for.. 
Pore Pork Sausages. 

per lb., ^fi<'- ..T 2 \\,%. for 
Nice Tomato Sausages, 

I i^c. or a lbs. for... 
Fresh Pork LiTor, 

per lb . ' 




12c 
12<; 
11c 
8c 

25c 

17c Corned Rolled T Bone Ends 
the thing lor a^d 
I lunch, per, lb. 



, fresh 

4Sc 

28c 

25c 

25c 
45c 
25c 
10c 



I'.t) iir^iiin ii> i'i>n .\ngalaf <wTlia 
C.P.H. tioclai and Athletic Club Will 
koM aaotkor osaiiralon ea Batvrday 
next, leavlag Victoria at 1:XS o'alock 
for Port Aagalaa. Tho tlma tvt the 
K 'x" trip to Victoria haa baoa set 
I p m., which wtll give the ex- 
lursloiiiMth ample time iit Port An- 
Selea. Mualc will be -iirovlded on 

baatt ataaa»ar. 

nouncod at tte^SS^nSlVkone Com> 
paay'a eflluab #iiii<#lfe .tkat the cable 

under Vlitorla harbor at Jokaaon 
Street bridge, which wa.s severed laat 
week, outtlnK "ff I'lin s.t i > .f tlioup 
connerteil in K.ig u i in.i ll , ii ! i..- i c 
P'»lr»".| II- ihl.^ iiKirninK t. -"- ring 
comraunii atlon. Two ot the chief 
eabies In that violalty were fartaaately 
not damaged. 



movadf aa for two 
paat a Vary fine Ilttl< 
been worklntr .. « ,i . 
lion of ,Mf \\ !iri . ,1 
.Mnnall y »; i'- ' nK i < • 1 1 
■ lil v r .-h' .11 .Miig ami adUlilg to 
ivni.w u- is. of orcheatral muaic. ' 

i^i night a recital at the Smpraaa 
Hotel, the aistk the Victoria OtcIImh 
tral BoeloCrkaa given since lt« Inoep- 

noa. not oaly rodehtionstrated th«» en- 
thusiasm and eerioij,-) iiiir|.'i..-i- whi, h 
supports their wmk 1,1,1 •• il,un,l 

<M(li-M. .. ,,r th,- , IT- . ■ ..f , ,,ii!inii;il 
Iil i> i"jC iif I lie intiiru'iiriilM lunetlifi 
Thf V wer,. well worth a hearing When 
they cave their flrat «ahaaraal Uat 
aeaaon; but in poHahad toebai«oa and 
freadom aad- apoataneity they have' 
-tepped far in advance even of the 
promise whifh th>-\ ~h.,vvi .1 .,1 ti, ,i 
lime, and a.iiiinK tfi. n in hkt inini m of 
till- [..i."-! Ill ih.ii Ku- 11 l.i-t pvpnlnsr, one 
I- MOWS iti.it ihfy havu now a very uae- 
f ,! r f [«. rtolre upon wMoh to draw for 
next aeaaoa'a ooBoarta. 

Tba pre gt m mm a opaaad. with 
Moaart'a "Hgmro," and other aam- 
bora given by tho full oreheatra were 
the Mozart Symphony, "Jupiter." the 
March from WaKner'o "Taaahauaar," 
and German s .M. rrie Kngland Cfuite." 
all miisii- f,r (h.> vfrv higheat etand- 
ar.i. 1. , .1.1,11,,,, Kie strlnga alone 
played the Andante CanUblla wove- 
'"•at froaa TMkalkowaky'a Btrlng 
Quarteiu Op^ 11: and two of oreia H 
Ulaatee Melodies. "Hjerteaal" and 
"Va»«»." 



Bathfag Hoaae Adrift — Tnaeeurely 
moored when the high wind awept 
over the ri' Thursday evening, 

ttip fli-ailnK !• I ' I house of the Vfr- 

f'irlii .-Vii, iir-iji u I rn 1 ; . ! nn « luli .it th.- 
liiir;--,- I, wrcMi'.l .iway fruiii 11.^ 
iiii"'i' ; ;in,l ,.irrl»>,| with the tifle 

Uu\> n tu the (iorice bridge. Paaaers-by 
were amacad to soa the floatlag bath- 
ing house oa lU raft of la«a wadgad 
aloagilde tha bridge. 



C'ioiforly „ 

laetrWmontatlen of orchestras Is 
StlH a much-debated matter, even 
Where expense Is no conaldt- mi ion, 
and the pick of the professimi.ii <.r- 
cheetra players can be railed upon. 
But " ng o^ voluntao' mu- 

sicians is another mattfr, and that la 
one reaaon why a spoclal tribute la 
due auck aa orgaalsaUon as this Vic- 
toria Orkaatral Society. There are 
tklrty-aavan instrumentn in all (a 
awttar of no small pride in ;i city the 
Slae of Victoria), and the Instrumen- 
tation has been so cleverly carried 



• L-i Mint a really adrnlrMM^ iialan, 
has boon achieved between the atrinc^ 
oa thv one side, aad the brastf -. 
woodwlndil^ and pordkaiioa laatru- 
ments on the other, fho fanaor. 

nmuratlv. beinK of liifhlrr tone. Khouirt 
li.i\r llie nimierlral p re punrtera nee , 

I. 'It Itir |. r p. . r' |i, II of llir 1>,-1 I 

.1111 ifi;.r ii.usi have been worked out 

onu .-if:<-r mneh oxporlnaMit aad 

thought. 

Tha aleaty of tho adJuatasaat waa 
fra<i«aatly apparaai. k«« now mora 
■o than In tho big Maaart •ymphony. 
where over and oVor again the dell- 
cite tonal pattern depended on a 
<i imhinal ion of balaiiie ami M,iHiti\i 
(I ircctlnn The Allegro and -Mmuer 
win- pi\i-n as the first part "f i In- 
work (the mlauet aknwiag a pretty 
dexterity and aaalMaa), aad. after 
the intarwaL tko aaieotk asovtag An- 
dante Cantabile and the anlmatod 
allegro, both fx< eliemiy played. Rich, 
sonorous. Kiil,ii (1,1).- 1 haracterixed the 
pcrf.irm 1 I. I ..f the Tanii h uifier 
iiiu'-ii. .1,.! lia.sh, Mpirlf, rhylhiiii, 
seri.si- .11 .1 assuranoe the playing "f 
the Merrie Ungland Suite. The audi- 
ence- waa demonslratlvaly approela- 
tlve In its ai l ' 1 p 

S(rluK>i -NuialJio 

The strings, which ware sapsdally 
sure tkroaskout tho oatlro prer.' 
gramma, had their Indopoadaat op- 
portunity In the Tachalkowakr An- 
dante Cantabile and th<> two Orelir 
numbers. They I'ame triumph-i 
through the test, playing with f r< . 
dom, elegance, suavity nf tone, a- 
a perTect ensemble which waa de- 
lightful to hear. 

Mra. Jesae Longflald brought tha 
eombinad gifts pf her l>«autiful voice 

aad a plaaaiag latarpr. to 

the ainglng of her three ki ;ps par- 
tl< uliirly lovely l)eina ("yril Kcott's 
rnfor*Mi»*n. followed by the aoartnc 
'Star of Me"; two Rachmaninoff 
numbera which were as ezauislte aa 
they wore unusual; and two Mrs. 
Beach aambers. "Love Mm a Day" 
aad "Tho Taafs at tha Sprlag." the 
former revealing a deiicar-y of tonal 

color which waa delightful; the Intter 
a pure paean of )o> 

Mrs. ciiffor,! Warn as accompanist 
was nynip.iiMi'fic aad aaaaittvo ca the 
stager's moods. 



The ^Canadian 



1^ 



An Exquisite Little Piano ^Designed 

' for in RestrijCted Space 

> ■ • . • *• ■ • • 

0 

f 

Now you can have a piano that will fit into 
any nn hr in your home. l|Lii amaziosly com- 
pact, this "( anadian" miniatUK pikDO^-Ooly 

three feet seven mches high — yet in spite of its 
diminuhvr M/e it is beautifully designed and 
ha.i full standard krylx>ard of seven and 
third octaves. It ha> cJear» true, mellow tone 
and full volume. . 

Price 

$375 



FIETGi#. mOS 

1110 Oevflas Street 




KELVINATOR 



Stands for Automatie Refrigeration that <lfllMlidt no atten- 
tion, requires no replenishing .iiul nperatgi "jrear after vr.\r 
without effort or care on your part— hoo4 Ictepa freah and 
•wect IB tha dry COM of a KELVflf ATOR. 

Full Particulars at Our Salesrooms 

HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

Blectrka) OtiMky AM tanrlca Start 
im Daagia^ K Car. Viaw ^ 



Just 

18c 



Mi.<wlni- Man - The City PoH^e have 

roi l i , I ,1 ri>ijii'-«f frnpi \\ I) ('.irter 
<V < .,, ..r \ .« n , r<u ve r , fur I n f , . r !i i a I I n n 

oiiierninp the whereabouts ,.f M, 
Kayleigh K<lKar Hwan, wh,. i-i- 
lleved to have lived heire f-^r Hor>i. 
time recently. The Vancouver firm 
states in Ita letter that the father of 
the man. Mr. Stanley C. Hwan, for 
merly of C^icheater, BsSax, ISngtanii. 
but latterly al AlVarti. kdi 4ttag r. 
•♦Hiety. - ; ^ • 



Ltfgt JvnMigi of Freah and Curad Fiih AnMag DiOly 

Hare Arc t Few Specials 

Fresh Red Spruig SalogB,. or 

per Ih ^ £iOC 

Fraak Caught UgH^JMinii lulf H 

Mild Cuicd Bloaters, \ l\ ' 

pan lb. lUC 



F.r^h White Spring 
Salmon, per lb 

Praah FiUeted 

pr, II, 
1. 1. let. l.'lllrts 



. 17V2C 

14c 
14c 



H. 0. KIRKHAM & CO., LTD 

612 Fort Street 



C3r*»rerT Fho, 
IIS- 1 7* 

l»eB»erf 



Prerlalsna 




KERO SPRAY 



a vshMMe aeaiaintn n •pray far tree* 
eae aewxtni i-iaata 

OsaUiae Blark L«*( rorty, ArMna'- 

Iieaa Kerr.>.n». wiih* ii«iUb»r« .ni 
Wkale Oil Heap 4So sla* make* • s^i 

VANCOUVEI DRBGCO. 



j.E.PAINTEff&soNs 

eiTCormoramst Fncw 53© 



I I M 'II 

Tba RMUl on foot often overtakes 
happtnaaa, wMla tka man who purmiea 
u at kl^ apoad a<ta« poaaaa it by. 



TAXI - 50c 

Anywhere in City 

Mvhig Sales, fUi Raw 

VBTHMirS' TAXI 



1 



Hum sirsw h«~rrl<>. fit krd — .Vlr. W. 
T MrOlbbon. caretaker nt the Haala 
Kirie Raagea. yaaterday plekad -akout 
a dosea porfootty Hps scrawborrloa 
gro^ng aloag tko Rasa Duranee 
Road, wkara tka blaekberrtas have 
gono lato tka fmitaao suca. 



It More Fat; Wish It Away 
With U-Mir Mitiii Sup 

flaw I' ^ioverv Hnnf; Quick and Ama/mg 
and Shrioka the Skin, Keeping It Fr 



lltta qwr»ii.,i) with I.* M«i Foeurlne Snay, ■ aaw dterov'i-. 

(kas reaaeee eof paM et tae OMy witaaei alleaeMia eth*, 
earts. Nothine fefeeeal tt> isli» <iutiae ee eB*r<-iae 

Ti-vM almply i»»«i- >-..ir r -i- .,«->■ «-iih ''•nvlns ynmr 

r. sular rpuiin» » • ■■ nc - . r^t .1 ->wfela rMn. 

(b<l' ■ 'i"!! 1 " ' . •'1- • ••■»-«, ahou.'derik lart* 

" • " .u riei ' I'.' •• ' .1 unv r. .-f th» horti 

hal la n n»»dl'ii« h<i''1»n .v'r'»»i>-« the heart, eanwrt 
htafe eteed prseeer* an<t h«ra«Hlne et t-h* art^aa An ^ 
eftl» ever a ae«h" i-Sln that baautlfm nr aareaMv. 

fat teal waa heeore'-i' ' . • ' < > V. » 

f»tl*iilih l.« Mar 1 « '■ • • > - . « . "->■ ••. 

IDHraeia* hv all sc.. i .1i.i« < •^•■^"■•'^i tiot.* .r 't,.^. 

in ynti tiy preesl'l l»ar'^»l pea' i' r-\ir il»alar rannai anp^iv 
y<iu friee SSe • eak*. "t Ihr*-* rak** fe' 11 SS. nn» le Ihre* 
vmH-' ■■•uallr aeram^laa !>• ^rpmm. Tae wlU fc» a«pfiria*4 
at rea^ita II. J. %tpwm Medieloe Oa. Seeai >i< xia* 

uaiidtaa. fatwiie, a ^ ... ^'^^^ 




lli^irlmrn 1>1M» l^da 
The WashlnK'"" .iH'l f'reKon Hotel- 
men's ■ Aneoclatton Jiarty n u ni herl nsr 
elithty, half of the number Uilifn will 
arrive here at 1:16 o'clock ihla after- 
noon. II nd will be driven ta UN CfTs- 
tal tlardea for Ittacihaoa. lAtsr Ipeal 
hotalmen will ba tkair hoata fdir a 
drive rouag iho elty, ratumlng in 
time to oaiek tka 4:ta Saattla boat. 
The party has kaaa ia oaaTamiaa at 

Sr. idle. 

Wol.sh feMH'Icty — The Victoria Welf»i 
.-ioclety held its monthly meeting In 
evening at Harmoay UaU. Hr. D. 
Kvans. manager of tka Walafc oandi- 
<lato.for May Queen, reported to the 
meeting that fair progress had been 
ni.ide for the prlnrese. and asked for 
contlnucMl support. After the busi- 
ness meeting .Miss (Jrlfflths, .Mr Kvans 
aiiri others, proceeded to Luxton and 
tnaiie an affMl far aapport da kor 

behalf. ^ , 

A wi a a ig IsalpBBly IB— ^K. Tama- 
meto. Japaaeaa - wlM workor of Fort 

Alice, Whg le srherlnled tO appear at 
the Victoria Assizes this month to 
face (I charge of murder. U «rr i.. niy 
ill wltii tuber' u!(i><l" «■-. ,, tiling to 
woril received ' 'ii litv. Vama- 

noto Is alleged to have slain another 
ipaaaaa darlag tho pragtaaa of a 

luarrel la a I!brt Alice mill. Ha !■ 
MO relative of T. Tainaineto, alao of 
I'ort Alice, whose sentence of death 

"O a murder charge recently waa com- 

tnutad to oBo ad Ufa laapilaaoaMSit. 

PUy gr e k afc •rtOk— The Rev. Art 
Koverolgn, a prominent member of 
tha Qyro Clafc of Vancouver, will a^ 
dress tke Victoria Oyro Club on Mon- 
day at the Chamber of Commerce, on 
the topic of "Playgrounds." Mr 
Hovereign ie a fluent apOaker and bis 
remarks will be heard by a larse 
representfUlon of the local club 
MesKf- Itfll Halcolm. Krank rtiirton, 
K'l Ueverromb, < 'harlie WslI.er and 
(llfT Whitacker have hfn ipp. ned 
.1 Mpeciel committee to superintend ar- 
r inRemoBta Car tko aaaaal akik ple- 

nlr. 

JalgaHwc B aas h ag — ; Magiatrat* 

Jay reserved Judgmenf veaterdar 
morning In the i ^ l ourt 

after hearing th' . M.-se .iK.»in/<t ynni 
s rhinsman. rhareed with drlvlne 
to the rnmmon tinr\t(rr on April 2H 
Knnk> 1 1 r » I ' pr'»-eei1lnK west ainnr 
Superior S'reri . i^on It met a Car 
driven bv I) \ M 'iJirry. north alops 
Montreal Street Both cam swerved 
off the road and one eoUlgod with 
tho end of tho veranda at a houae 
on the aof«kwaat aaviar of tko later 
aeetlbn of etrsota. C L. Rar- 

rloMi appoara far tka paassoatlon 
and Mr. w. c. Morasky far tka de 
frndant 

4.raaah<>pper Menace — PI ins .'.re 
helna <onaidered i nepnrtmeni 
of Asrlcniture to nghi the graaahep- 
per plagiK n i tiaoo In the Okaagan 
reunify by the Im p a n atla n from Al- 
berta ot thoaaaaAa of turkeys. Tt ie 

propoeed that Iko Oovem men! verure 
the birde from Afborta an<i ,<,« rih,,,„ 
them among th« 

farmora at cost The turHeva k he 

lleved, would ^t the Inaecia an/i 
woold ihemaelvea prove proStable m 
the fermere when plaeed oa tka pool 
try market. Thto motkod of eoplne 
with the laaaet moaaeo la safd to b 
i-aetly sapsrtor to th* i<e r.r f^,..unn 
which has ffaaaMag in i»««t 



CEJPONIES £1 
m. STUDIES 



l.ii I r .(,f)\ I nvoii BRibcaB nUB. 
•SliJMTH UOV IfJlMOIMlM- 
KRAI/H lOBDAI* 



onvoeatlon Addrraa hy Prraidrnt of 

Heed Cull.-c. i',.rii,,,,,i Ffrwt 
t.alhcrlrir It i'l.iiu (,rry 



VAXC(.[ \ i;ic May 7,— Convoca- 
tinn for ti.o mivoreity of British Co- 
I I nhiu arraduaUac atudanta. held In 

" rnlvorsity auditorium on Thur».- 
»Uiy earsnjng, wns .nldreiMtM l,y Dr. 

Noinnan Colem.in prralilenl of Kee.l j when the plnyer arrlvwi on the 
<'oU*g»». Pirllinfl T)r. I'olemBii 
spokn at 



f l''"nowiiiK- this fe<iliire I' l- ;• 

j (iovarnor preasntOd William ( ha|m> r-< 
with the Oovamor-Oenersl's goi i 

I medal for taking flrat plaoo la es 
tminatioaa od tko fthal yaar. Hani< - 
of tho othar prlso aad soholarahip 
wlnnero were r«id hy the reirlMr^r 

*'Chair Part" in Films 

MeatiH Recognition 

HOLLYWOOD. r-ai. h \ 

"ohair part" in something for which 
every newcomer In tho ta^vlka hOpee 
It meana that tho aotor ao dlatln 
guiahod lo gaintag raaognitloa an i 
with eontlnuod prosraas may 
a star. 

A "chair pari" \n so cti.l. i 



► "*<-a II V 
he 



If-nirth on the future of the 
cn-duates. tho high standard which 
had betsi set by llie4r prfdaaasoore, 
and how, with added faelUtlaa Sow 
within tbsir raaah. tho atudanta 
a»ioaM«je« an evea' higher atandard. 

i>r I, s Kiinok, prasldant of the 
University, gave hlo laat sddraas to 
tho graduaiing, olasa. 

Oongrrgaflon fVeomoeiy 
f>n Tiifv»il;iy H rt r^riiuoii . at th«» con- 
1 1 <orrmon\ which wn« at- 

tended t)y Ueul.-Uovemor R. It. 
Bruoe. the ehanoellor. Or. R. ES. Mc- 
Kechnie. addresaad tho aaaiwtly. He 
ramkidod hla kaaroro tho gathariag 
waa kkgortaal. as tho flrst held at 
Poiat Orey. 

Dr. l». S. Kllnr 1< jirewldent of the 

Ualvarstty, introduced Dr. Norman 
CbloBMB. Dr. Ooldman stated with 
many rs t a r a a oaa to paat and proaont 

•dueationsl eonferanoea, that the 

Ttoplan system waa surely helnir 
brourbt about, a stage waa beins; 
reached \vhf»re r>ompetltV>n rirnoni^ 
students had whlftewl to co-opera- 
tion, teaohing had beo<omo stlniiil.it- 
ing, apd not authoritative; i>asalve 
raeepttvtty on tho part of tho stu 
dont had given p|aeo to guMsnco 
with attraotive stimulae. T>omlna- 
t!on been swept from the 

tesohinc n-Drld as It wotild be from 
the f.'hf phases of life Appre<l,t- 

tive oo-opearation. etated the doctor, 
waa the only mtlafactory method 
ky wkiak tha praasat. aitM^tlon in 
Orsat Britain oould bo rsnsodied. 
Chanornor CMielaMa 
1 >e green were then conferred by 
Chancollor KoXeohnle and Dr. 
Kliaek: - flrst tha 'Baohetor of Aria: 
Maater of A|rto: Bachefor of Ap- 
plied Science and Maator of Applied 
Science; and Tt.nchelor .ind Mnsler of 
AfT' !• II II lire. 

iik>ua-Go«emor I'rCMcniM Modal 
1>orotby Arkwrlght. of Arts 't«. 
had tho honar of heinie the 'flrat 
atiident 'to -k*' fi^oaMited with a de- 
rree at tha.BOV kUlMinira 



'^''^•'•SSiv^ 




or ,«he !.< jjiven a portable chair. The 
name of the actor is tnaoribod upon 
the chair and no oao alaa la aUawe<i 
to oeoupy it. 

Ifundroda of persons havo worked 
before tho camera man:.' yti,m with 
out reachlPK' .a "chair paxt. ' On th" 
other hiiDil, there atw OOOaalan.'il 
"quick m\' < i'»T4'm " 

When l>orl.4 mil arrived on tho set 
to pUy the leading role oppoalto Ha < 
Chaplin In "Tho Better OU," now i- 
prodBotioa, aha kad aover boforo ap- 
peared before the eamsra aad kad ex- 
perienced only six nvofitba WVrk SO fi 
dancer In thenitro i>rolo(pte«i 

'haplln .ind hlH dr.. . ■ , , , | 

n ••cr.-iriony for presenting tier with 
tho chajr, which coeta two dollars, 
but means so mtiflh in tba raaklag of 
pUyorv. 



Special Radio Concert | 

TUNB IN ON KTCL 

SEATTLE 

Taaight.Uta 12:30 

Second Concert of 

HBRBBXT PMK}'8 
UTCLC tyilPHQIfY 

\'frA n-)vi'i' ("'-iioratura Sapra* 

no, Vrtl'st 

I'remier KaHio < >, ^.^niraiion of 
^ 'FacMc s ' > 1 1 h w est Preaent* - 

POWER PLANT ENGINEERING CO. 

' \ THIS WILL BE A REAL MUSICAL TREAT 

McDowell & mann 

VICV91UA OIMi^fAtlC XSPUMSlfTATtVlt 





CaoreHed JJcenee of thr> 
Tourist Club of Prince Oeerge has 
been cancelled by the Provincial Gov- 
ernment for alleged infractions of the 
reirulatinna against gambling, accord - 
loK lo an announcement made at the 
Parliament Buildings ysMarday. 



goUaltor at Baw C«vaty Court: 
Teu say he was drank T Woman; 
T7ell. when a man poura the wateh 
into a tumbler and tkaa puts the 
whisky In tka water jag. wkat waaid 

you H.I V 

ANNOUNCEMEHn 



Clak, VWailB B s H al. High 
School, Tueeday. May 11. «;15 p m 
iKielading cantata. "The i^(\y of 
Shalott." Walter Bates, fanadi..,, 
tenor; Miss Cladys Fernell. reai.r 
aaalstlng artltts. Tickets. 71 ceats, at 
Fletcher Bros. 



Facial Pisfiga rea soa i s^ Blrtkautrfca 
Molaa. Superfluous Hair ramoved by 
eleetrolyaia. Katfcod aalTersally en- 
dorsed by flMdIeal profession; I7 years 
practical experlonea. Mise Uaonaa 
It " 



When Planning Te 
Old Country, consult 
PaciAc. agaagp tSP SM 

ship llnee. 

No BOtter 



cbarn. 
tailors. 

Ltnrn like 

trie W, 
« =, F, • T " 

halrdre . ; ^ 

Woolworth B j' 1 



Mother's Day 



Flowers . 
Plant Baskets 

and 

Potted Plants 



We Have a T 



ction of All 



Savory's, Limited 



Phong 1094 



^ 1421 DoufUs St. 
We Deliver Sunday Mominit 




dlaa 
at 



Toar 

Paelfle. 



«faik Um Caaa 
tm aM Atteatie 



le be ; r /C/*uro M'r. /JVca 



years in 




Oa ar a a l o ed Hoaey OMt 

repUoed K they "ladder"; |l.Sf. 
ReoMve. „ 



Hwoagwltea* Frlfd fbi^ 
■oc. Thrift" Oaaraataag iMX ' 
dry goap. Pkoao T«1. 



lug. 
The 



box. 



CHARLIE HOPE 

MM Government gtreot Pboaa 3igl 



BROWNING DRAKE 

Straigfit Line l-reguency Cofls 



Xrw alilpaarM Kngttah Wools juai 
irrtvad at tko 



Oak nay 



t%nnM«», iiakpaaai 
ing C a wp oaai la aafc 



■loetrte Waah- 

miTs. 



KIT^I CAMIA IMHi 

tUPPLY, Lm_ 

lf4a 



Her 

TMs 
I kUao 

Bow 



as btaok ao Jef . 
gfrl f knew: 

hor ap'l her h-iah.T-i 

are jet blatu, to*. 




Light and Art 

I'"-' dewratoft who make a 
Mudy of art ia comWaatJon with 
pleasmg mominatlng effecta rm 

phs»iie the tnip' f : a r,. of i .-rrrt 
Klerfrie IjR-hfM-i. I .,f,,rr. . i,,r 
largr a«M'r«ti,'-r-t gi ,!, .. ,., 

boose the hxturc that m just 
' iskt." 

Murphy Electric Co. 

Phono lao m Jmm St. 



WOOD 



U C«ff4 

in It I 



(Frrih Waler> 
*■ City; 



THE DAILY COI.OXTST. VICTORIA. HC. SATrRDAY, MAY 8. 1926 



USUAL 



^ CAPITOL 

■ VMtMM Aiim »M 



"8ANOY" 

AUi Kn ih» liill 

Tei Howard aid His Priaeeis OrehesiN 

FMtnrtBv • Spvclal IrUh Novrlly I'l o(r«niiiio K\(iry AClcrnuon mna k««oiii« 

ALIO-FOX NEWS . CQMJIDY AND MtVIKW 

I L I f * I ' 1 ' J ' 



' ' » < • |.ir ,,| Th 'a I in V II » • \' r • "..In , • ; W ■ i •<. n - ■ r r 

' ' '*" ' ' ' • > « n , .!« •, •> . !■ .... i. 1,,, toupon 

HTLl prf»«nl to taahlcr % \mjnr r>*rj M*rnlfia. WMch #»r YmMI 



w • friends 



^ WOW 



DOMINION 



MATINKK :«< 



A WU MTBCIAL TIUfLK KII.I. AT VMAI. 
• , , F«*t»re Pr*Mntallnn 



NORMA SHEARER 

''THE DEVIL'S CIRCUS** 



MlMcal M'm.ii.in 1 I.u-. |\o IIKM>KR>(IN ANP HIS 

Crystal Garden Orcheitra 

irji4vin« 1 ,.rv ).»»n:n« h Ifl J 

\IJs<> MOID M Will TON (IIMMIV MPadAL 



COLISEUM 

iPANTAGES) 

# 

Tonight a| 8:15 — Latt rerfbrmancc 

Sick Abjsd 

Nothing Funnier F.vcr Staged 
Prices: T5«' - a.'ir 



ROYAL^^T 

May 14 and 15 

Mitlnt* tatofdar 

TMt WORLOiiS MtiirEST SNOW. 




iMcnrAimsfurn w OMtjono 
YfAff m Hfw ynm-stmi wonotnnn. 

Prices, tax I|icludcd 
Nights: 55c. 11.10; $1.65. $2.20. $2 75 

M.itiiirr: 5Sc, fi5r. $! In $1 r>V $2 .'d 
Seat Sale Starts VV etl., May 12 



an( 



S 



Garrett' 

AH 
Canadian 
Shows 



J.'nder the .\uspice!i of 

Kativb sons of 

CANADA 

0«afUs and GArkally 



UaWwial Optaion ol 
PrMi and Pulilk: 

"Bigger and 
Better Than 
Ever" 



TOM MIX in 

The Everlastiog 
Wliisper 

With Tmqt tiM .W«i4v H«rM 

r3rania of Love and Mat* in the 
Western Hills 

THE WmKINO IDOL" 
aad COMEDY 

COLUMBIA 



PLAYHOUSE 

Reginald . Uinck* Preaentt the 
Muiical Comedy 

Red Hot Henry 
Brown 

Witli I .1,1 ' -ht 

The Screen 
IKBlIK RICH, In 

The Pleasure 
Buyers 

Matinee Saturday 



COBfllWCI 

So This Is Canada 

The World's Funniest Show 



Last Two 

Performances 

Afternoon and 
ETeamr^of 

Conklin 



MNCINi 



If ynu liavr iirvrr bcru 
to ttir Saturday nijilit 
' at flic Crv-slal 
I ,A\Ar\\, you've brCM 

niis<iiiR the beat dance 



in town 



50c 



I'romcnadc 
Only 25c 



C&nHmte to inereate 



For thf fourth cona«cutlvr month 
ihr roniriv Ih nvurdul totiiln throuah- 
out tho Dominion hnvr ohown »«ijl>- 
ntantlal Inrrraopji from thoso of lunt 
y*ar arid awards totaJIng |l7.291,t00 
in April ara vary aaeouraglag. Thto 

3tal eaariMrta with lit.TTI.lOO In 
irrh.- Mi •|l4.IM,«a« tn April. 
!•>(, or an liicraaaa of II pt c^nt 
from th« pravtewa month an<i r.o per 
rent from April a ymr Ago. The 
<umulatlv« total for the first four 
month* of this year. 113.217.500. ex- 
■ eeda that of th« aame period In 
">15 by 41 par cent. ContrarU for 
< ha firat four moatba toUlad ^ iarg«r 
xum than IM any yaar alnco iisa. 

April l« fhf> larirrit April i.lnre lf>4. 

Tho bulk of ili^ r-ontra<'t!< war* 
.i«i»r(Jed In th«' rf.Hntpnlial ( l.inninca- 
Mon .-imounteil t.. $11,751,200, or 11. & 
prr < f n( of 1., • r iracta. Industrial 
"■ la totaled |».iol.a«t. or U.t pat 
Ba^Maa bvlMiiiga a«ooanta« 
for 2t.a par aaat. ar tt.Slt.4a». p«b- 
He worka and tttllHIaa II. I per eant 
r IMIl.m. 



BABYS 
OWN ^ 
SOAP 



'I Im' s« rem 

Ca p ital "ttondy. with Madg* 

•allamy. 
CalnMllla Tom Mix In "Tha 

Rverlastlnn WhiMp^r." 
iioiiiiiiion .Ni'iri.i ^^haarar la 

"The iJr V 1 1 « i ire " 

'IIk- siaK«' 
1 nil rill I "111 1 . lied." 

riajrlMMW^Had Hot Hfrf 
Brown." 



ri. \^ Moi s|.: i,,.„. i:i<)i la lafii as' 

I Ml \ fit! I hjtn fvei ..<llve Brook 

1 more likeai>i> Ikto 
n i <..«>no WhitNtan a mora faaolnat- 
'O.; \illaln l^n ha baa avar baan In 
Tha piaaaara Baydra." the Wamar 
itraa.' elaaale of tha aerean. which 
Id BOW ahowlng at the Playhouae 
Tlieatra. B a aed on the thrilltnc 
mvHtery novel of Arthur Momere 
Itoi h^ directed by Chet Withoy. and 
Milli .1 ^•parltling supporting <viki. thin 
>« one of the acrcen'a most enJoyaiMe 
r-oguati«Ba thia aaatiion. 

t 



( \PiTOL JIadga BalURiy. who an- 
i HI'lATllE ahrlnad' hat-aair in the 
hearta of motion picture 
fans through her colorful perform- 
,4nfe of the crinolined heroine In 
The Ircii Mnis<- '■ h.c .i « i.lely <1lf- 
ferent Iml <<hi.t1.\ cfTr'liVf* rolo In 
ihe l-'ox I'llrn Sandy." now at ihr 
'"apllol ThPairo In ihla nrrcen ver- 
-I'.n of I he novel by KIrnore Maharia, 
.Mi.Mfi itellamy la aeen aa a fiery 
flapper. Although her abundant curia 
' tve given way to a> boylah bob, and 
'T haop'Bltlrt to a mveh briefer eoa- 
tuma, aha contlauaa to be an allurinc 
feminine figure. An addHlonal at- 
trcctlon at the CapHel Theatre thin 
week la Tax Howard and hta orcheo- 
tiit In a programn«a of popular Irtato 

I n r 1 odl p«i . 

OOMINIO.N Wealthy wonirn who. 
THB/iTRK a farl. havr lion 

Cuba for pets, have 
driven lion prirea aky-hlah, accord- 
inir to Ch arlea Oay, operator of a 
i^rga tten Unn gt |BI ifMit, ' dW.. 
who auppllea llena to the notion pic- 
ture atadloa of Lioa Angalaa. can't 
ralae liona faat enough t.. Ko«>p up 
with the demand." <;a\ hhM whiif 
dlrertlnK a (froup of hlH jierf rvrmi nji 
lion.-* in the rlrruN seqiionro of thr 
N'oroi.i .'^hoarrr plrlijrf. "Thr |)<'\i! ■- 
I'lrru" ' now ;il tho Dominion The.T 
I rf "Th<»v at'- \»»r> <iwe at lh»> earhrr 

axe and aa playful and harmleaa a« 
kittrna. la a little While thay are 
not ao oompanlonabla. 



«<>ii\iiu\ Thf lateKt Tom Mix 
I'll i .V I KK aurrlnn vehicle. "The 
Everla«tln« Whisper." 
an adaptation of Jackaon Oragory'a 
novel, will eloae Ita thrae-day engage- 
meat at tha Coluaabla THaatva ta« 
nieht. 



tOI/l}»f.l M „ \'.f..| h.i.-) hern a 

nUBMSK riot of fun at the Cni 
iaeum all t^la week, and 
the final performagoa tonight will 
moet certainly go over with a bang. 
Prolonged applauae at tha claaa of 
tha ghow all the waak haa baan ae- 
oerdad the enlarged confpany and the 
whole bill haa been well rerelved. 
All the p.irta are well handled, with 
firrt. ()lr' ()lp<!*<n a.s "thf patient" aod 
Ttiith Hamilton in n I'-.iillnir inm''d\ 
r'ljp. \V Ta\lf- ■■ lot (if fun 

out of hi«i part . - .. f the comedy 
doctors, tiip iiti," ' » iileh .la por- 
trayed by Will Murahall. 



SaUlf Bntwn T9U9 9f 
Care and Cuiiwre ai * 
Pretty Female Faat 

"A pretty girt without a good-look- 
ins; foot la like a ahlp^ without an 
anchor," aaya Sally Ka'ton. of thr 
<;porK(» White "firandala" • Comp.inv 
whirli will he at the Royal ,\irtoi l.i 
Theatre c.n Kriday and .Salurda.v. Ma\ 
14 and 15. with Saturday mallncr- 
"An attractive faM m not neceaMirily 
•I amall one. Few Women know how 
to (fet their nhoea to fit properly. 
The moat Important thing la to see 
that the . ante aktanda oat farther 
than the ball of tha foot, ThIa givea 
comfort and enablaa one to wear a 
hl»h heel. ThIa nafceasltaten a high 
Inatep, whlrh Is very eaally developed 
The inatep 1^ nothing mnro than muK 
rIo« rontrolllnn the forward part of 
ih^ foot Anv inu.xrlp ran be devrl 
' I" ■! Von ulll notice that every 
' 'i rr tut a hiRh Inatep. ThIa rome.s 

from conatant dancing. Ugly feet 
ara an ttnnef^aaaary avtl." 

lUKHilBLt ESCAPES 

Nprge LaM4a at ■pHabasjtn ^aat In 
Tlaw to Mhia Bllaaaril" htntdp 
rw pan'a for Alaaka Trip 

OSI.iO, May 7 — A meaiwiae to The 
.Aften Poaten from Spitzhericen aaya 
iho Amundaen - Kllaworth dirigible 
.N'orae arrived at Klna'a Bay juat In 
time to aaeape a anowatorm. The 
weather waa elaar until laat night, 
whan an Inch of <<now fell 

The nirhf from Vadxo Norway, to 
KIng'.t Hh,\ look Hixteen hours. The 
Snrgf I- 11. .vv l>eln» refilled with 
h>.lri.K<-n iiiil polar equipment la 
l>einc ! r-.vt .1 Hod in preparation for the 
•la.-ili I'll ■ tif .Ari iii- reclona. The at- 
tempt Will bf made within a few daya 
If condHlana permit, according to re- 
poHa raaehlag here. The axplarara 
hope to make tha fllgHt fram Bpiia. 
bergen to Alaaka la flroai alstg im 
aeventy houra. 



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if«JI and Sporrnirft 

Favor Yeliaof Paen 

LONI)<i:>- .vi..y 7 -Men and spar- 
row, both favor yellow flowery H waa 
.!''< lured by exhlbltaaa at tha Hayal 
Horttealtvral Burlety'a Show. Mem- 
bara ware d la e w eaing tha revival of the 
"batton-hole" poay habit, and It waa 
agfeed the favorite color- men 
were arlel. cerise and veil 

Yellow partl(ularl> miiU oRe ex- 
hibitor. "We can t explain why, aay 
more than we can ctplain why ^aar- 
rowa have a paairien far rallaw era- 
cttaaa.aad tear thawi np in the Sprtna 
Both aaen and aparrowa muat have the 
aoMO Inatlnrt 

Women were -aid 'o favor pale 
aha.!'. h aa -.ilmon pink, pal* 

• • ind mauve The baalneae 
^. v ., I . 'erred dark floweva. the 
dreaey woman pale lonea. and tha ar 
tlaDc woman a l>:enil of two ar three 



7 • I 



Vancouver Island 



mm EXHIBITION 
HEADS ITS CIRCUIT 



<.I(\I>IN(. Of l'%I.I. 1 \IK.S ON 



KaMbMhNi Tafcao 
naaa oa laland. WKI 

Third— <.«nscM fWrth 



> < <i ti I I .\A V. May I.— It la Imer- 
eHiins to tboae engaged in agricul- 
ture, and mora partlenlarly to thoaa 
conneetad whh tha Coaaax Fall fair, 
to hnoari that the Courtanay-Comox 
exhibitipn holda first place In circuit 
number ont' of ihe Itrltifh Cotumbl.t 
fairr .iiwl . vhiUllldii.* .\ l.ibuliiled 
1 r ( . . f ' fi ' c . ' ,1 ' s ( . I i - ' e n ' 1 \ I >re n 

1 (rum llie I'rovlncial DepaM 

I • 1 r Agriculture. The acorina m 
the placing of the falra la done t « 
Judgaa of tha dapartmant and 
baaad an flfty->lva par aant for agh>i' 
ita ahotan. and the ramalnlnr fort\ 
five per rent on support of ^ tv 
loral exhibitora, groanda and njii.p 
iiM ni. intrreat of Ptt^Ha Md gantrai 
m.i ti,iV<'nienC 

( on.<<iderliig that the Courtenay 
fair loaaa polata owing to lack of a^e 
quale atcKtk aeaamnaadatlan, there la 
a good dteal of aatlafaetloa In the 

knowledre of the Comox fair belnif 
plnred first In aplte of this handlfap 
Thern ,Trr iw. i\e fairs In < ircult nuni- 
..no til. firat on the llat being 
( ourien.i> with a acore of 71.7. North 
and .South Kaanlch are aeeoad with 
71.1, and Albernl third with Tt.l. Tha 
other falra \n tha aaime eireuH In or- 
der of merit are: Oangae. Coomba. 
Duncan. P^ilford Harbor. SooUe. Pen- 
man laland fohhlr Hill, 1 : - . ih. 
I.aa<iueti Inland The firet p.a<ejt in 
"irrultn numbers two three four and 
five reapectlvely, are held by Mlaalon, 
i>um by. Natal and gmithara. 

While tha Fall felr isT a^faad w«r 
oir al" rhe preaent time," the annuCT 
revision of thr prireli.^t haa been 
occupying the altent ..n . f t»i<- is^o- 
i lation and more , , i fie 

rommlltee.i aclccted for thla purpose 
for no me time paat. . Nearly all the 
< oramtttaea have now rapartad and .-< 
riiradoag' anaaUag will be held In- thr 
near future 40 canalder the recom- 
mendatlona of those who have revised 

the li.st 

KxceptlnK in the floral aection there 
la not miirh < h«nie In the llat com- 
pared with laat year, but It haa been 
hoped to have the list available thla 
year at an earlier data than la prav- 
loua yeara. 

Baepiial Tea 

NANAlHO. .VIa\ A very auc 

ceaaful ^capital tea and muaicale w« 
h Id Thuraday afternoon at the hom. 
of Mrs. A. aibbons. Kanaady Street 
convened by Mrs. R. C. Dagg and 
lira. W. O. Ferguson. A moat enjoy 
able programme waa heard by all; 
thoae laklnsr part being Mrn Cill. 
Mra. Trawford. Mrs .Sh.-iw Mrs .Vew 
man and .Mrs l(oih.'r> Mm«e« Dor- 
olh\ T>n.ir- nnd VMna Mof.re ca \ e an 
•"tiil'i' I"" danr-lnp Mra Dodd and 
Mrs Dnntiriiy poured, while Mra. n 
Hrown le. elved the Kueats. Thoae aa 
sistitic at the tea table we^e: Mrv 
KorKuson, Mra. Dagg, Mra. Oalbraltl) 
Mra. Kkina. Mra. Olbbona. Mrs. Den 
dnir. Mhi. Baatman, lira. Dofin. Mrs 
Oood, Mlaa M. Otbbona. Mla.s o Bine 
ham and Mlaa Pbggy OaiCR Man\ 
drawlnra were held, the winner- 
beinn Mra. Muatart. Mra. J. W. <'<• 
burn. Mr,,W. Oiind and Mra, W. I 

Dunn. *. . ' 



Nuraing Cammtl Bteets 

NANAIMO. May 7.— At a meetinc 
of the Nanalmo NoriAag Council.' held 
Wednesday evening, the follewlnic 
-'fnr.era were elected for the year: 
I'realderf. Mra. W. O. Brown; flrst 
vlre-prealdent. Mn>. T .'<penr-er. Hfr. 
nnd vire-prealdf nf . .Mra H. Nixon, 
rorrespondlnr verretnrj. .Mlaa N 
Hooth; recordln«r secretary. Mra. K. 
Booth; treaaiirer Mra T. Barnard 
preaa correapondeou Mra. R. T. Wll 
aon. ' 

Long Heaident Diet 

NANAIMO May 7 Thg.daafh or 
< urred at Kxtenaion yeaferd . 
Martalomi Ml bael Marlatrlr 
dent of nrltiah f'olumhia for forty 
veflra, and one of the drat reaidenta of 
i:Ttension. He |a aurvived by two 
lauKhirrs, Mlaa Mai^y. living «t home 
nd Mra. C-. Paaaarlnl. of Vancouver 
he funeral will Uka plaoa frOm Jen 
kina. Undertaking Partora. Ijidyamith 
flaturday aftemaon at 4:a«. inter 
ment being made In the Ladyamlth 
Cemetery. 



YOUNG WOyEN 
SOFFEB MOST 

ThmaTwfamadKMhr 

Taking Lydia E.PIiik}ia m g 
Vegetable Compoiand 

Ayar a Qiff, Qtaabac. — "I have 
been toaehfar for three yeara. and 

I : 1 at tha and of the 

year I aJwaya feel 

t ire^i an.t ),« ve no 
ajiprUte 1 was 
a w f ,1 i HI, k eacti 

niot) lb hn V injf 

pain« in iiiv Liai-k 
i.T 1 1 ! »iin.r(ir\ I 
waa'ot.tjfe-l t,. ,(,,,, 
wrk ing \ friend 
T e ■■ i> m rr, <■ n d e d 
I ■ .1 i a K r.nk- 

l)»rn a V'egfetabla 

I <>m pound to me 




and 



heard many women telling how 
gfHHi itwaaao 1 tboocht it woold bate 
me And it did. Now I tgka afic 
bottiaa erarr yaar iad f«aaMMM H 

to othara.''^— DoNAtBA FittrfBox. 

Ayar'a CM, Q.iei.e, 

'IJMbk to Wogk * 
banning. Naiva Baalik— "I had Ir- 
regnlMr pairioda aad gpaat waOtriam 
at ttaaa toaa. lha paina caaaing 
voaaitiDC Md £aintiR(. I was tearh 
i ng e c h anl aad oftan for m.mc ^^,M^n. 

wou ld h*' 'jrahle f., »!(e^id *t> my 
wort. Thr. •ugh ar adverliaement 
the j^apera I knew of i vdi* I. firi. 
ham a Ve(fefabie « j.rni^.iind »rd it 
haa he*Ti nf grt^» her*-/" • W me The 

trnoblea l^ir^g '-on-plrtelj relieved." 

Lai'ra J F^Tl,K <'dMM|L Kihg'a 
Canatjf, Mova ikotia. 0 



Allies Chapter, f.O.D.E. 
Batde Monthly Meeiimg 



SIDNBT. May T. — TIm ragalar 
monthly maattag af tha Nartk Baan- 
leh Branoh of the AlUea' Chapter. 

I.O.D.B.. waa held In Wealey Hall, en 
Thuraday. May 1. Blghteen members 
were preaant. aad the M.,'Fn: Mi> 

Hodkln. occupied* the .h.i.i Tb. 
miiiult-.- were lead li\ 'lii ■»< . i< ' .< r ■ 
.Ml" 1; ti f .1(1 • ii.l ,1 •••I M I ■ 

<*o<lda:<l r e« d ilte ir»-M>(irej r»'|.t'ri 
atallMK 'hal 1 1! Ii I j.l l.ceM .rn! to Ibe 
1 <» i> 1: w»r mfni'.r,,r 'iind. Ar- 
ranscinenis were made for the an- 
ntial dance, to be held in the Deep 
Cove Hall, on June I. Hant'a ar- 
eheetra haa baan aacagad far .the oe- 
caaion. A eommlttaa waa formed to 
b« in charge of tha daaca. oonalating 
of Meadamea Bodkin, Boldero, Roch- 
fort and Neleon. while the decoration 

' ■ I M 1 01 i I re>- ■ . , . ni (1. . i . . f \1 ■ ' , w < 
UoMerri ItaviiM.nrl l.;i>.-(i,l ,i,,l l.i 

I" Mr" I If 1 1 » ,( - I -.Ik. I III 1,1 ke 
' harxe of i h <• !• r . rtMiii ii ttir d.im e 
.Mrs Hortliin Ihen .1 n om n ni f i| that 
Mrs Koi hfort had been m.tite a Tro- 
\inci«i rouncillor at the tii.ticenih 
annual moating of tha I.O.D.K. in 
\'afiaa««ar. Thia Chaptar aarsr In- 
< ludea two mdmbesa of the Provin- 
cial Couaell, Mra. Belaen beinc . the 
other. Mra. Rochfort gave a moet In- 
tereetlna report of the thirteenth an- 
nual rrovinclal I'hapier meeting In 
Vancouver. which -he attended as 
deleRal e 

Thf niecimc .1 il jo u r neil to meet 
nri- rm nih on Thuraday. June 10. at 
the home of Mrs. I^ocbfort. Patricia 
Bay Mrs. Ramaag and Mra. Badkin 
aerved t^a. 

The many frienda of Mr. A. Manro. 
All Bdy. are aoivy to hear that ha la 
a patient In the Jnbllaa Hoapilal, a«f- 

ferlnr from pleurley. 

Mlaa .1 McNauirht. Third Straat, 

haa returned to her home. 

Mr. Blundell who ha^i been a gueai 
at the Sidney Hotel, haa left for Vic- 
tarla. 

STRIKE SERVICES 
U£U) AT LONDON 

rilKONt.s I II I \MMI ^ liilll.K 

TIM^> r>\ii> fitwiM. Kon 

J.NDl'hTHlAU J>J!:.41 K 




What Price Beauty? 



By Bdaa WaUaca How«r 



lialKir I/*-a«lcrv f.o l<. < ..nntri for 

Wcfli-fcjid Spr<><li-Makliifi — 



IX>NDON. May 7.— Interoeaaton 
•arvioea ara being held la Waatmln- 
atar Abbey thraa ttmaa each day. at- 
tended by large numbe^a of persona. 

The leadera of the atrlkinsr mlnera 
will return to the cnal fielda for week- 
end speeches unless there are Unex- 

1"-. T-.i de%.. ..pM.-.ifs ;n tha gaaaral 

virlUe In Ihie n i «•., 1 1 1 1 ri . 

The (JovernnieTif h,^^ niimated that 
It haa no Intention of Interfering with 
orderly meetinca. but diatrict eommla- 
alonera will not permit proaaaaloaa of 
Btriken or tbalr aympatlhiera. 

Tlie MInlatry of Health haa Inatruet- 
eg tha poor law guardlana to give ra- 



I know women who spend on hcauiy 
$2,000 per year. But 1 can tell them 
how to gain far mora at a vary mod- 

iM t>rlce. * 

have spent farianea In my qoaat 
for beauty. I have oonaulted many 
great aoiantlata. famatm beauties, and 
made tl tripa to Wanoe. Tboa I have 
gathered what I hM»v to be the 
areateat beauty helpa In aslatanoe. 
T^ey have brought me glary and per- 
ennial youth. 

Now thoae same lieipa are at every 
woToan's call All druB and toilet 
counters supply lOdna Wallace Hop- 
per's beauty aida. At a little price you 
an set the beat helpa I have found In 
lO i*an of irvfgg aaai vh. 

Let ma aaad you a aample of one of 
them — aay my' TfHIth Cream. That ap- 
pllea many halpala one. It romblnea 

Itaf within the preecrlbed ll'mita of 

their powera only and not to be af- 
fected by any Industrial dleputea. The 
Health MInlatry recommenda a atib- 
stantlal proportion of relief In kind, 
eapeciallv ibrowjfh communal eallnit 
placea, aa waa done in a prevlouf 
atrike. 

The moving pietore thaatrto are 
dolhg Uttle bualneaa at nlghta. but 
Ihoae la tha eantra af the metropolia 
draw big crowds in the afternoona. 

Lateral lUonventian 



products of lioih lemon and •.traw- 
berry. plus all the. best^thal science 
know.s to foster, feed and preserve the 
akin. I want you to aee how much can 
be dona by almply applytng a eraam. 

Helia Ik* eeapon fnr that aampl*. My 
Beaatx noek will . n>».- Mith it. ■)•» aerne 
•r my powaer tab*. Mail it aad f* what 
yea *•«. 



For Trial Size 



.Mall tn Mna Wallaee Mapper. ta« 
.ake 9ihor« Driver Chlraas. Haeloa* 
Mr poatax* ana paektnv nn aampU of 

routh i'Uf. 

s'am" 

\<Mreaa 

In addition In trial alaea eraerad akave 
• r oiU lacludr Kraa. •llkaiat >■■>■»• ft 
<a'l<lnx rharxea. free aampla of alther 
V'lUlh Oeam Powder "r Fare Towder 
White Kleah llrunali* 
(Check kind and ahaa* daatrad) 



VAN' ■ M 
tervlcw \,f< 
three mor:i 
Charlea Woodward, 



In an in- 
irn Irini a 
t'alifornla. 
.Ni.i'.P., Mronaly 



recommaaded tha holding of a Lib 
eral oonvaatloa. a u g gaatlag Jaae 1« at 
Queanal. In ardor to giva tha delegatea 
an oppartuntty tn ataa iip the poasi- 
bUltlaa of tha northam oeuntry 
through whieh tha P.O.B. Itallway 
ruaa 



iSpalaii) Stnnt to (,n 

Into \ imy Memorial 

OTTAWA. May 7 Htone from 
Spalato. auch aa waa uacd in the 
building of palacae for Ranukn am« 

perors .-ind particularly that of IXo- 
Clellan who ruled Zi\ to .lOR A.D.. will 
be ulili/rd In the ci^nstructlon of the 
Canadian War Memorial an VImy 
Ridge. 

Hpalato la an the Adriatic eoaat of 
Juao-81avla and permlaalon haa tieen 
obtained from the irovernment if 
Jui?o-8lavla to work the ancient 
quarry. 



ara haatng a few 

frienda In for a mualeal evening to- 
night. Brldaat. and I'd like you to do 
your l>eat 

Cook Well, mum i ue • sung in 

yeara. but you can p '"wn 

'It Ain't donna Ra'n No More. ' 



Br sure and atk for pmrtkatan of she 



Caaard aad Aaekar4>omeUten 

at $170 forthetwmdtHp 



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r 



ft 



**Once youVe aboard, 

you're in Scotland'* 



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ANCHOR DONALDSON LINE 
LatitigandAthania. to BriTaMand 
n in B a. Rgpiar aalliMs. Cakin 
C1.M $i40 ThMOaaalif. Raani 

Trip ti 

TCXJUlST III CABIN. » ipadal 
ttOmm to Bel/aat and Clargaw. 
Jund i5tb. July ^th. $tim Om 
ivwidtrip. 

CL SARD LINK 
WaAly saihnp to Plymouth, Char- 
hrnvgaildLan^ Rcfiilar sailings 
far Uvarpool. CeMn ria<s St 4f 

gfid up. Thir.i ! . .r>d 

oo. Cherbourg KulvkI 



H )|\ \iiur return pa<;«^a'Z'' hr^o^^r yoq 
sail, ior the bands cf . 't Ji f-if>crs 
that play as you come up ihe gdiigpiank 
are nor more Soocch then tht ivdoome 
that a\^aits yf)u. You'll be among your 
own» and feci at home eli the way ovw. / 

a 

Anchor-Dbnaldion ships, the shi 

the black and whiu funnels, uphold the 

1- T traditions of Clyde Bari( shUy 

buiMrr- I '^r f<*«i is cxtr! Vnr. and youU 

n(;rrr fh;i! tl '-ir r.(!;!\- rtlcctivr ,')p,p...r.t 
mcnts create .in atniosphcrc ol wcii bcin^ 



Mi#iland. Lowland a n i R. 
their pecultarcherrna nr ii 



and the 



^vnhlr 

Srott I 



lerlarwj r.i. f ! ..ly^ 

■' •« '»»c cjyda 



TOURIST Iff CABIN. To Ply 

mouth. < Herb, sjrg I .nndon Jun* j6 

Jtdy loarki ^ .pi'tt TnlMrrpnol 
Inly 1 and i i . . , ■ r'ra 

, ToBrtCuh puru |>;o.cw Ciwrbuura 



Invrmeaa and the 



are 1 1 » > 

: cotinir , . I nvrrneaa and the a^^e 

and I kjiMiay raaoTta. tharc la 

dtlightful 




ANCHOR-DONALDSON 



CANADIAN SERVICE from 



Pfir ' u- n'ar » fri 



Staaaalnu Ca^ Limited. UI Hastings &i 



a Street W., Vancouver 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VtCTrORIA. B.C. SATURDAYi MAY «. IS^J^ 



Societp and Women *8 Affairs 



Vmimf i:iMai ClwfMr. 

Th« mernbsm «f tlM D*lnr Chain 
ClM9t«r, r.O.O.a^, W«P« r— pB—lbU for 
» v«rr Jolly dafte* at th« lUyal Vic- 
toria Tarhf <Mu»» lant evrnlnfc. The 
rlub wan Rally rlrroratrd with flaaa 
• n<1 pfrir'n nin. and ('harll«- Hunl'it 
liopiiliu orrheatra rrapondrd to rr-- 
|>««ii!t-<1 •-111 i>rA« rlurlnK the pv^nlne. 
Th*" iiian\ KU<Hi(a w*re wel«'oni»!<l hy 
lha reB^TK Mra. llmbarh. and m»>n> 
b>r» Al> commltteo who afta<l aa 
Ck»PM«na for thia evanUi*. A buffet 
■ M |l» w w«» MTtatf. tha UbU b«ins 
prattttjr •nmnc^ wUh yallew lupin 
and wblta broom, yallow iMndlfH in 
crjratal holdera glvlnir a Hoft liKht lo 
the tabl*" Thf riK^ntH ini-ludeil ..tx.ut 
Jft« of lh<- yiHjiiK^r «*f, MmonK whom 
vipi.' rhc Vi^Mf^M Knn Henderson Wll 
in.\ ^^*lml^^TH»n, Hel^n Hisyward Aii- 
^^r^. To()l*y. A1p«. Hradiihau DdtIh 
ItcMoran. Ufatrtca Htcka, Mildred 
Mil. MllUeont iMibMh. Deria Brown. 

M^rgMt ArmttrpmM. M«ry fl«iitb«r 
0«nu«» mil. Bath HMnbrofr. 
Owaa Wood. Btelna Oallihor. IClcky 
nknifl«r. .fean Moody, Raale Hill, 

I«nrt)lh> ''.••ak<- I)Mr(iti l^r ii ni 'ii ■ > nd 
II, I', Fifth I ; run iiii.-^iiii ll..t<n'.- Whli 
ti''. IJn'ir I If M,irj'>rif SIrili 

lilink- y,f la t hirkf. Audry Wood, Imrlll 
^^ 'M.iiMoii 'ifitruda HIcka, Nonie 
(;ood«« rf I Jfiinor Lunay, Noel <"u- 
•ark. an ) Mf-^-^r i. Tom Woollaon, Dan 
Colliaon. Nornifkn lioLiOod. Sptid 
LamMor. Btt«t«r HarcntVM, Chl< u 
OrahMA. Ale]^ Mot&Uf, Oua Ifoorc. 
BobM* Tya. Archto Mlilor. Prank 
tkUUnt*. Waldo Skllllnsi, Jack M. 
ICanxle. Dousrlas Tlunter. Jack ai 

(Irl.lK'f N. Hi. k'< Alfrf I Athfitrui, 
I imI If'M'klll^ l;l< k < Mll.l Jiif KoNIi, 

M " kio Mi'Ka\ l:<'li Nf wcomhe, r«Trry 
Hniilfisun "llnwirM ll;iifii.iti I'liii Mc- 
Murihif. I'.yrnn Slia if .1 ii . k \liK*>n- 
Ela, Waltar 'ftkUUnca.^ouf laa Kobert- 
•en, Brai l ar Wataoti. Jaek Ooodacre. 



/ do better work when ifou 
fitJmem NANAINO 
WfiLUNOTON 

COAfr 




JKINCHAM.U°. 

l80«B«OSO'>t PlMBfMION BlOCK 

'Our Ml hioo JuSAdi} 'oiHt KiH IMm -on^tft.p 




Ma«kUii MaKar. Joha 0»vt4«<m. Wal- 
ter rrsMr. ArtlHW Wnmt, X>oiii(las 
Mrcotmaa. Wltllaai IMaluiaty, Ell- 
>>erk Wllaen. Caavay Barratt. Hu«h 
Hharrttt. 

*/ .a • 
I; icm tUBfwno^ . 

Mlaa Jaaiio WWtorbum. who h)i<i 

>)e*»n vUltinr lie*- brolher-ln law unil 
m.slKr Mr and Mrs Arthur An l< .r.''n 
of Hull' w i><>d . ie rftiirnlnif u> t \n- 

City on Monday nlfht oo ii<«< 
a«wa AUtan$9r. Mm And'i^n 
will aaaompaay kor atolMr aatf b« the 
ffuaat of h4r paranta. Mr. and Mra. 
W C VVInterhurri 43R I>allaa ROad, 
for a month or MX weeka 

• • a 

Katmd Ttiankn 

The Birlfi of .Kl Marrit»haM' Auxiliary 
w-inh to extend Itirlr th.iii^K lo all 
IhoHe who «o kindly helpeiJ to ni.ik' 
Ihelr Milver lea r ii Wedri«-nd.iy mi> 'i i 
iii.'fieMt partlculfi . ly to .VI I H i; II 'it' If 
wnd Mre Meatherbell, »iu> a«Mniif.! 
the diitlee of hoataaaea at the if i 
tabla. Tito rMtora w«r« walconted 
by Mra AMrid««. Mm 'X4»«*JoneN 
jind Mr»i Knott 

• • • 
Quaara Par«nt-'IVaciic«a 

Th* moBtlllir maaUaf of the 

mm^gmitt^ win b» imm 

Hio 'litl^^^^^K of th*» iwihool on 

Moml.iv f.fniiitr ii ^ .,.I-.-k After 
(ho 1 1 1 1 ■ . 1 ' 1 f -fM n I • ■ f I III,; I p I o I- 1 , 1 111 m c 
will If Ki\fii -iml I f f rfuliments will 

be aerved. The commlttae la anxious 
for tha m«fat«n» llMMta oupa and 

KniiffTH to 1,« osrxl on nocinl OOOMflaaa, 

• • * 

Aucoded VMX Faactio— 
Hia Honor Ja iia Ukmpiaaa aad 

Mra. lAmfpmmn. wlw havo baan 

upendlnc a Tkw dayv In Vnnrotiver. 

Wh<-If Itrf. Ill'-If)f| ■■OHt» flo> MO 

tf« MoT; Ilk; M ■vifinwjed wHli Ihc 
,'1 1 !ii.ii|oii f xi-i I iHea of the Unl%' rsitv 
of BrUiah Columbia, retumad to the 
f ity y aa t araay. 

a a a 

l ake Hill Wonea'a InatMote 
Thf BUI WeiMB'a laatUata 

iioui a'liaac* la MM Community 
CantM. Quadra fltraat. on^ Wodnaadar 
ftrei t tm U tiM-pr»aaada ta co-ta 
tha ■olallaVI (mVL 014-tima dancea 
will IM .;a - faatiira ot tha ayanlng. 
I .ragr'a areliaatim wfll fumtoli tHa 
itiuate. ' ' , 

a • a 
I/naTna for Jonoaa 

Mifw Willie l<l;i II ke V o, .rt. tt grad- 
niif of St .loNf|ih M llojipiial. who h«s 
liffi, 111.- t:n<M of I'ai'lrtii ihl Mi 
H < I ooijilif. \ errlndef Avfimt'. l^ 
le.ivlMK trxlay for Vanoouvor, en routr 
for Juneau, Alaaka, whara ahe will 
take up a pnaltlon OB th^ alalC Of 

^-.'t \ Ii n 1 1 "sjo • 1 ! 

Dnm r iil ( <iIw<hwI ( IiiI) 

A . I I Ii f 1,'. I i 11 (J held at the i 'ol 

wcod Uolf and .Country Club op 
Thuroday. |fay 1%, at • o'clock. Thoae 
wlaHlnr tickata may obtatQ thim from 
mrmbers of the conxmitto* M from 
the ^crttarrl 



LOW nacu <iii.40KOCiBlu^8 you use evsky day 
COPAS « SON PoMible for Your Money 



$2.45 



Freah Lawndale Creamery Rut 

•■ 42c 

Fine Raspberry and Logan 

tin 59c 

Maple Leaf Bread 

Mour. 10 

Nice Oranca Pakoa 

T««, p«r lb 

( >r 3 Iba. fot 91.119 
Salactad •Moked Picnic O 4 a 
Hms. per lb. .„ ^J„^ AC 

Malkin s F?c9t Jelly 
Powder, 4 {lackets for. 
Swift's Pure fiC^ 

3 lbs. for 09C 

Broken Biscuits, freih frnm i*ir 

-^"lII 15c 



Pure ()r,»n({e Marma- 
lade » ' • ■ 

Srssh JUmterb. 
fbi, for 

Smgapora Pincappli^ ^ 

•t lar>{c cans .for..J.._ 

Kmc Oscar SirAMt, 

3 .small tins 

Praih Crisp Qiagcr 
Snaps, per lb. 

FfMh Spteach, 

• lbs. ror-^....:.: 

Qood Tabia Vinegar. 

larRc bottle* 

California Peaches or 
lo .1 ^ V syrup, 3 large 

•111-' for 

Dal Moms 

OHtcs,, ■ rant for 

I)aJion'» Cusfard 
Powder, iri I'. 



49c 
25c 

43c 
25c 
18c 



18c 

Apritota, 

$1 



lOc 



Phone * or fHV. Prompt Atirntioti 

COPAS « SON '"Kr 



Corner Fort and Broad Street! 



Phone 94 or <y 




Give Her 

Af temomis Off' 

Lighten M<>fhcr \ 

Hom uh old Tasks 



Think how much easier and 
belter the cm g^t the work 

'Icnr "electrically"! A prr 
cojator, toaster, or g^ill on the 
ditiinf table will save M Meed- 
lees tripe. ),,,, K .(ivi forthjrotn 
the kitcljcn. All electric iron 
will help her finish up the 
week's I' i n;; ijuickly and 
easily. Gilts like these really 
•how 3rotiT love for Mother ; 
prove your thoufhtflUtmat of 
her welfare. 



are 



if/mdang Machines 

Vacuum Cleaners > 

gift sufirrettkMia that will Hfklen Mother's tables. 

Mother's Day^ Sunday^ May 9 



DMCllittreei 



FMrmrgmBwrCa. 



Th9 awea— ait Is aaaaaassi ba- 
twaan Mlaa Pamr Sharp, daughtar of 

Mr. and Mra. O Rharp. of Raqulmalt. 

and Mr I, I' ''onm-.iy of .'^ttltle The 
wadding will lake place In beattle 

la in—. 

• •* a 

liCWTr for South 

•Mr «nd Mr« Frank rarroll who 

h.ive h»en .ij leii i1 1 n s their hnne> moon 
In th. .it\ KUfHi^ ill thf Kmpreaa 
Motel left on 'rhui.«d.i. iiUfhl on the 
8ii. Kuth Alexander (or their homa In 
aaeramaato, Cal. 

• • • 

Hla Honor tha LJeutanant-Oovernor 
and Mias MaekanMa rataraad ta Gov 
ernmmt Houaa r««t«ri«)r maralng 
after attaadhis tha ITalvaMltjr of BHt- 
lah Columbia gradaattoa at VsMMivsr 
nn Thursday. 

• • • 
-siayftac at Oawteliaii 

Col, and Mra Prlnirle. who h.i f 
heon iruentn at the .lamen Bay Hofl 
tiavf Ir-fi for ,1 ffw ,1:iit. I the 

I.iikf.Ki.i,. Hotel. Cowlchan l.*ke, be- 

foi, retumtac to thair haasi in 

h ti L- 1,111 .1 

• * * 
S|>en<lUi»r Holiday llrrr 

.Ml Alex .M. I'hilllpa arrlvf i ihiB 
week on the Sa Kmma Alexander 
from San FVanclaco. and la spending 
a holiday with hla fatharr Mr. Jostles 
MoPhllUps. Bocklaae Avaau*. 

^ a - a 
To a^aad WaA.4M ttss* 

Mr. and Mra. B. A. Barla. of Van- 
couver, arrived yeaterday afternoon to 

apend th« week end wlfti .Mrn. };arle'n 

father, Mr, VV. K. Saliabury, Gordon 
Haae. 





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Fjneralds Are the Jewels of May and the Lucky Stones of L^ve 
Spencer's. Limitrd, Prepare for the Sale of Gordon's Stock- 
Mother's D^y Will 3e J^raiscd With the Laoguage of Fl^wcis 



iOnt^Tialii Ml r.-n 

•VllM .S J 

entertained at th< 
day In honor of M r« 



■ 1 '1 Win I ,f f A( (on 
If 1 iioijr on Thura- 
W. B. Bklnner, 



vlalting her 
ltl9 



of \'ttncouver. who ia 
daughtar, Mra. W. A 
CamaMiB fltraat. 

• * * 
R^'tum »aiu Seattle 

Mlaa Xathlaan Fraaar and Mlaa 
macaaca Jfkaatr.. Vanoavvar taaat. 
have raturnad to tha city aftar apaad- 
Ing a faw 4aya In Seattle, ths guasts 
of Mr. Charlas S. Frassr. 

• * • 

BiSsnrr HofitH 

|la.Jor and Mr.s .'•Jfl.lfii 1 1 iiiu phreya^ 
Khaata ria<-.ei, f nt f 1 1 ,i mf ,i a few 
friends III dlnnor liu«i evening In 

' ' 'fX 1-ord Wliuaai Scott 

<<■ '■ idimphray Snow, 

• a a • 

III \ an<"nuver 

Mr and Mm. Oaoffray Plnnock, 
who hava baaa sysadlas thalr honay- 
moon ta tha tHr and a fa«r Saiv at 
tha Jamas Bay Hotal. hava rstvrasd 
to Vancouvar. 

RMtfnM n«n MBtwiiinrt 

Mra. McOlbbon and .Ml«« M 
McOlbbon were among the Victoria 
paaweiiKfrs on thf Vaac^UVST boat 

yff>ferd.i\ .ififrr.,,ui 

I 'aretit -Ten/Inn-", u. Hidil I>nni»« 

Thf> O.ikl.inil I'arent -Tf .1. lo ,\v 
M)<-l,xti,m will hold a card party and 
I .nre. on MondsoT evsnlaff In St. Ai- 

I 1 1) : I 111. 

• • a 

iU9tum ¥ie%tm Visit 

Mra r. D. Braa^ Balmoat 'iCtaii'ue. 
haa retamsd to th* city after vUltIng 
relations In Ytklma and Walin Wolla. 
^vssh.. itor ths hi9t twa mm-Ma. 

a a a 
Ilrtamcid Home 

Mi.-ia T?e<ty Kiiller. St Ann Street, 
eanie ovor ,,n \i-«ifr(luy aftCaOOB'S 
l.o.-it froo. .V ,.. . .,. , , 

r«» \ l.sil III \ ItiKIMMt-r 

Mm. I,. S. V York In leaving for 
Vanoouver tomorrow, whara aha will 
»p«n4 a month vlsUlngr (Msne*. 

• • a 

\( t riipri'sH liotAl 

Mr. and Mra. Waltsr C. NIohol have 
returned from Qaalleam Bsaeh and 
• re staying at tha Bmprsas Hotel, 
a a a 

To ClwHsinns 

Mrs. Buasall Haashklllaft yeaterday 
for Chamalnua, where aha will apend 
ha wask-end with Mrs Jack I^nx. 



Fashion Fancies 




Manr af tha nswsr dajrtlms freaks 
of ths sense n do away with sxtra 
trimming aad- aehlava smart dsesta- 
tion by tha ass a( vivid aalar mm- 

binadntwi 

! to. > ' ne crepe aporta frock 
ai.ovf m .« nmurt example of thia. 
The upper part ia of_ aoft rii-am toae, 
while tha skirt, callar and slaaro In- 
aeu are of erspa la tha asw shade of 
dull red. 

Tha uttle hat. which fits the head 

r\.^nrU-. la of 
rr«am tlBt. 



I ^ 



RABrS SKIN 

i^ia aaaihr hurt. Maav OMdn 



ia easily hurt. Maaj oMthcra p rela rt 
It bv batMng wfch as 



ReslnoJ 



h.mfi.-il.l t lo »;fiM lo\ f and 

fiiiei i« ih» !ilrili>t;«> iiou' foi M:i> 

.•^o here you are, all you Alay-born 
in.iiiiertal Hera are emeralda to bring 
you luck In lova In thla happiest 
.osanth of an the year. May. the her- 
ald of SansMr. and tha preludf 
the seaaon of brldaa! f 

At U II W likfrson'a JeweliN j-t 

Uouglaa Street, there are emerald-aet 
rinss of exceptional beauty, and great 
power ever the Uttle bttnd ge^. X have 
been laid.' The most np-to-dste 
faahlens la Jewelry tor ordinary wear, 
both ttft men or women, are rlnga aet 
wiOi -fiiii prf>fi..iii stonea cut like 

( irrifo.s In diffcrfiit lenlR-ns The most 
l>o|iiil.ir t'tiineH !i.s>--i irf I'luthyst and 
topaz, while .imong cut atonea, a clear 
aquamarinf net la white' geUI. la Ir- 
raproachable. 

I apent a long time looking at theae 
rta^ and trying them on my Illy 
whita* ftngera and Imagining they 
were mine. But at last Mr Wllker- 
aon showed me a rlnic which, like the 
moon joittlnv; the Hturs to .■shiin • in 
the por-iH .■,.!>, I auaed iiif ( i. foij. . ! .■ 
others and cat^h my brenth in ,.imi!i i 
tion. It ia aet with a large blue Yau- 
ger diamond whleh. even unasC would 
be a tblB« of beauty and a Joy for- 
•ver. Bat, nka the proper fNune to 
a beautiful picture, u ita setting, 
which la of aolld platinum finely 
wruuRhi into ,1 floral pattern k'liltfr- 
Ing with the ,ifw\ tirighineaa of 
tw^ty»twe tiny iImh i 

• • • 

"Tree Pari-lenne - liid<. i the 
little bonklflH hv ih.it iiioif w hlf h 
hall from I'iiim ,if:| ,• ■..h pur 

poae In life Ih to Inform ihotie who are 
Intereated (and who Is net?) In the 
aUta of affairs la tha world of fash- 
ions. They contain descriptive mat- 
ter and are profusely Illustrated with 
pbarmlng, hand-colored drawlmra. 
many of whit-h you mijfht oven like 
to frame with pan/(e p.irtoiit and hang 
upon your bedroom wall 

Theae attractive email booklata you 
can buy at ni^gon'a dft Shop on Oev- 
emment Street. aS'*wsll aa such use- 
ful aeess s arles aa Isltsr wax In differ- 
ent dahrty eolars. sad'Othsr llttls ap 
polntments that make the deak one 
of the main pointa of attfaotlon te a 
well-furnlahed room 

'."il'f 1 ni \v ;i n I . . \ er way of 
iniklriK effcrtive pijitfie .ind one 
whli h Ii? highly ad\0''«le.l for uae in 
the m hoolH, in by cutting (^eaigna out of 
decorative rrepa paper.suoh as Den- 
nison's and pasting them on colored 
eatdboard. By euttlng figures from 
one design, flowers from another, and 
perhapa birds or butterfllea from an- 
other, a delitrhlful picVure ran he built 
up In a few minutes, .Tnd with a few 
finlshlnK tourhei^ wllh a paint hfUgh, 
will look quite profesnlonal. 

• * * 

"I am Roing to buy some d^rWng 
liitlf j'trap ahoea of Imitation leop.ird 
akin Which I aaw In Cathoart'a win- 
dow, oa Dau^hw Btraet.** said Tvatts 
to me. 

Tvette shawsd me the shoes, and 

they rsklly are adorable, and have 

(julte a "cave-womanlah" look, except 
for the extremf dalntinen.'* of their 
heels. They are most he.i iit i f ii 11 •, m-«de 
hy hand, n^ aro others of hliirk '^alln 
and of patent leather trimmed with 
rich Rold braid acroaa the front of the 
Inatep. Another exceedingly dainty 
pair of hand -made ahoes Is of bois-ds- 
ress kid. trlnuned,. with fine overlay 
of ehampagae kid.' They are pumpa, 
with allm apike heels. 

Tha long ahoe horn.n of colored cel- 
luloid painted with hrlKhl denlxna. and 
the pretty shoe-treeH to malrh. which 
are beconilnjc^ ^o popular, are to be 
found at Cathoart'a. It you like, you 
cao buy ahoe-trees .to asateh year 
shoes, and uaUka theae whooo iur- 
faess are aaraly painted, their eelors 
won't rub off, 

see 

Hark, hark! — the doss do bark!— 
and of courss, thsre la no wonder, 

for they arc all almost wild wlih ex- 
citement at the prospect of the Vlc- 
tori.i Kennel i'IiiIim twenty first an- 
nii.il ."how which comes on May 14 
and 15. and at which they will com- 
pete for tha honors of the year. 

In benar of tMp big event In the 
sporUac slrolaa aftfee elty. a window 
has boan baantllhtty arraaged by the 
Vanoouver Drug Company, DouRlns 
sad Fort Streeta. In which a mafcnifi 
cent setter, one paw up and nose 
down, elands .mild all l>o. .'onbs and 
brushea, collars >ind p.i ' d.i that 

have been moot highly approved by 
dog lovera. Really, I never knew un- 
til I looked Into that wladow that It 
waa posolAl^ to ivfttk the worldly 
entate of our oaalaa frioads w>th oo 
many things. 

a a a 

Tvatta was with tne when I was 

looklM M them yeaterday. and t do 
not OMIt° there wm« suffleient rever- 
eno In her remark that shr xijpposeii 
thf fiirtlnr tonp" nnd -w-XNlrsr Irons In 
ii .- r. f V ' T\ind''M A ' ' f I that the 

doKii should hA^f their coats Well 

curled and marcelled before belag 
submitted to the judges. 

Im iHpUe of »y dloguat at hor Ifaor- 
ance of sportlBd etiauotte, I waa slad 
that she had drawn ay at t aaMaa to 
the curling Irons, as they ago the 
prettteat I have ever 
dlea he Ing paUMod Ml 
colors. 

• • • 

Oueea what la the lateat Innova 

tlon Invented by Dame Faahlon f 

her devotees' "f rourne you r.T- 

gueaa. aa It might h«> anr'hmir «>».'r ' 
■ onllaa underwear, and you will 
Mgll^ ao doubt, when I tell yeu. It 
lo a MM TIM Mea, ef course. Is faaay. 
bat tBo roattty lo aothhw but ohana- 
|aB< Aaf«a CMBpbell * Co.. Cktvem- 
meat B ti Ost. has the only onea I 
have yet found her<» thomth there 
may be other.* that I h*. m r •'•,-n 
And t hey have only t « ., i 

hiiya them will be sure ,.f - < 
fluslve. They are of whi" 
Chine, very finely pleated on lo a 
loM baai that io tied 



uol .illowi.i '•■ stream down the hn k 
Thf holt Ml. one bib la bound In 
red and the other In tan. and thev 
flare In a soft frlH — triM ehlot 

Uttls and larso pouch baas made 
of Imitation tapestry are both pretty 
and serviceable, while thoae of briKhi 
folored leather or of suede, .siampod 

Willi I idald deslfCI. .if fMffii Mt;;\ 
.smart .SfralRht fr oi. t-r.in.f laiiif ,i 
lltllf I'lx III f-'if, Ii, I wliito leathfi. 
iiMikiiiK ar crisp and cool aa a clrcua. 
in.i holding a wisp of a hanky to 
iniitcb. Bright tlea and aearvos and 
dainty kid gloves with sllk-Uned euffs 
ars amangot some of the faultleaa ac- 
cessorles to be found la the novelty 
departaeat of Caa^balfg dallnbtfui 

shop. 

* * • 

."speriffr'M depart iiifrii .itore la 
Kw.iihf.i In io\-i.i\ I'l.i-i i.illyapeak- 
inK, It" windows are swathed in sheets 
behind which great preparatlona are 
In progreaa for a ^Usplay in ooaaoetlon 
with one of the blggeot aad moot wee- 
tacular salsa of the year. As every- 
one Is well aware, David Spencer, 
Limited, haa bought the buslnesa of 
PIcknrd and Tti< k, wuccassora to Cor- 
dons, and is pw'iMw.- thalr oBtlro stock 

on naif next « <• . k 

• • • 

Mother's Hay, which has becooif ., 
popular institution in thla counwv i> 
a day of moat happy sentiment, and 
plenty of provMoa Is inado for Ms ob- 
servance. 

Of oeurse, gifts to prove our filial 
love can be boasht from any shop, 
but those that aialce the greatest spe- 
cialty of glfta for Mother'a Day are 

the stationers, florists and c/>nfec- 
tionerf" l-'or n token h.s t;tft,H 
could he hetter than arti/«tlf note- 
Pi|" ' art KiftM. or chocolates nnd 
caiidieb he.iutifully boxed, and noth- 
ing could more perfectly expregs the 
kind remembraaes of Mother's Day 
than floworo. 

■ 



f^ashions and 
Foih/cs 

Bjr binriej Shaiaa 




There were otralsht Unas aad two- 
plecs drsasoo yeaterday and the oame 
"tries persist today, but with a differ- 
ence. Ths silhouette ia eaaed and 

animated by fine plaiM that hold the 
frock close to the ilgur,-' in repose but 
KHf It the essential flutterinit motion 
when one walks. The bluuae Is a 
trifle longer, the sleevs Is fuller, the 
bosom front la new. Thim la an ex- 
rellent type of dreaa to combine with 
a cape for an enaemble. ' Make It of 
flat crepe with the cape to match 
and the bosom la a lighter or darker 
ahade, Stnpad shantung with the 
stripes turaed two ways Is very smart 



Your Birthday \ 



MAY K You poaaeas con>'idf ratde 
oriKlnallty, some wit, hut 11: lU- Kf'f 
reliance. Tou COUld do manv th;nk.- 
If you would but make the effort and 
beUeve tfore la yourself. Tou are 
fend of amuaement aad rsadUiK 
Tour disposition. Is sunay. aad yon 
are good ienipere<^ Tou will have a 
very happ\ marriage If you will never 
llsfn to Xossip, 

V I II hirthstone is an emerald, 
wi ' ann siicceaa In love. 

\ our flower la ^. lUy. 

Tour lucky .oo|(if« ars rad ahd 

yeUOW. J> 



Clark *s 

PORK 

ti 

BEANS 




Only Fresh Tea is Qood Tea 



II 



SALADA! 

SfSSOB A' ' 



^2 



Mils M r»pl^ It !• 



A SURE RELIEF FOR WOMEN'S DISORDERS 

l« DATS' TRKATIIKNT rKKE 

^naac* t'llr Is a earteln r*U*t 
for all Slaaraaea e( weaaea. It 
la applies loeally aaS la ak- 

•orkvd lnt» th* aufTtrlnc 
•iMUra Tli» <1»»( wm»t» mat 
t*r In ih« cuuaaalad raslun la 
aspali'd (ivlng Uameaiata 
niantal and ptiyaloal relief, tha 
blood Tiaaala aad aaevea ai* 
tnnad and straastheaed, anl 
<h« rlriulallon la r»ni^»if..l 
liarnial- As thla Itrali.rri' la 
baaed atrlclly on at.ieaill\o 

priaatple^ aad aata ea tSe 

actaal laeatlaa mt the S l eaa a a. 

U lannoi h«li> but .lo anml in 

all f..ima nf t,-iu«ln truutlea, 

lociuainc delayait and palatvi 
■nanetraailMtf IssHsertea. fXUmt aC ttie wa»h. eta. Priee tt ae aer Sea. 
la attrneleal mS SBS wieatli'a teeataaeat. A Tt— Tilal Treatmaat, aiiei 

10 daya. worth Tl«^ wUl be aaat Free te aay auffarlnc woman wb.> will • 

hri a<1<Il,;aa. 

h.io luaa J atatnps ani addrraa, Mrs. I.rdia VI' tmAit. I>ri>t 'H. Winda. 

8ulJ t>y leading drudiata «v»iywii»i« 




far' 



nd 



SPRING RIDGE SCHOOL 
PRESENTS CONCERT 



UrUla and SofitcM Are Indudod 

iiiiK-tit by Yc 
PupUa 



Ths result of the year's training in 
folk daaclnr and clam slaglng waa 
demonstrated yestsrday aftsmoon in 
the auditorium of the Oearge Jay 
.School hy the Uttle papllB of tprlag 

Uldge School. 

The ohlldrea. whooo asoo aro (ram 
six to nlns yeara. gavs almost oaasr- 
talBlag baitannaaee. uadao the dl> 

rectlon of Miss r i k principal: Miss 

Mhhouae, who .niimt'ed the dances; 

\\ir<H W,ilte.<i. who li.ol !i MC ff .xopkn 
and drills, and MiH.<< Kargcun' w\\ • 
accompanied at the piano. 

The value of folk dancing In de- 
veloping lo younc childfbn a ssnss 
of rhythm aad polso, was ahow» In 
tho daaoo. "Bloeklag.<* by girts of \ 
DlvlMens 0ns and Two; the "Moun | 
tain Dance." hy the same classes .m t ' 

I h f "I 'h I Id n n - I "o I k « " 

Hfarty apjilausf wn.<i accorded -Mas- 
ter <• Newell, for hia ainginK of "The 
\'iolet. " Other aonga were: "Little 
White Daialea," Dlvlaion Three, 
Mother Qoose.Sonss, DlvistoB Four; 
"Sunbeams," song and drill, Division 
rhrse; a group of three oeogs by i>i- 
vlslens Ons and Two, aad a group of 
thrse songs by ths whole school. 



Don't Envy the Other Lady s 
Perfect Shtn^k . 

il^ve Firth Brothers atttad yaun 

hair too. 

Without ,\ppointments 
707^ Fort tt Phone 47S 



NUT COAL 

"Not only the LAivGl:.ST, but 
alltdlBS. 

Richard Hall & Sods 



CMrtaHospiM' 

The choir of the City Temple vis- 
ited the Tubercular Ward anti alao 
the main building of the Jubilee 
HosplUI Sundar ap<l under thO Mid- 
eeohlp of Mr. F. WaddtnetdHi mm- 
dored a nonr, 4lao prapamme of 
music. whidirlMh'sraatly'OnJoyed by 
the patients and ' Staff . Very enjoy- 

ablf> solos were rendered hy Mrs. 
Dowell and Mr TarlrldKr ThfV ulso 

sanft toRSlher In a flnf d I.. . 

IHvlne." anil a (juartetti" wa-^ K'-^fn 
hy other iiiemberH of the ibou r>r. 

Clem Daviea gave a short address 
which was much enjoyed. 



A look sahtMtod. In Umdea forty 
yearn ago contained S.«74.ill dUNraat 
eomblaatlana. 




Vancamtr Trads BomrSi « 
T9 Tauriff Orient 

VANcXjUVKR, May 7. -^Believing 
that the future hoMo a Me taeraaoe 

In Tanadian Oriental business. the 
Vancouver Board of Trade haa ar- 
ranged for a trade delegation to 
theOrloat ta tho Sprlag of i»S7. 

WINNIPBO. May T.—Found guilty 
In Court of King's Bench here MffAV 

ont c#arBoo ^ fr^d .gnA «on«pi^cy. 
K. O Ma bar, fnrtnsr tlladtor of the 
fCorthwfsiorn Trust Oompany. Ssas 
sentenced to three yeara in priaon. 
Investors In Manitoba apU Baakalclw. 
wap suffered heavy Isosso whan ^s 
oompany wopit Ihto i^f-^'^—- ^ 



His 



V^'*n» Lk 




Let Your Boy Cycle 

t/oycycle 



Popular Priced Shoes of 
Real Quality 

Steppinj; Smartly 



\an0aficlna tha arrival ef new 
'hammer aOee eeeattena: Vaati- 
inna hisalred kr ear ewa atyl- 
!•(« alowlnr In color, flaalilnv 
ifi irtU.r irtm rnmblnatlona, lO 
III anowy whit* kidaliln 

$8.^ ,a 91 M 



Misses' and ChlldrM's 



»" isTii tea 7 . ^ry :»A'^^*>'»» .( m ) 



sriee 1 i>C ••••• »» aad Jt esir 



High Value In Men's Shoes 



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.'ifrtnin a»e e»a'^:-i'^*»a !r> fK»-i. 
laM Tbb U Ilk* fh#m Blr 

J" sirlea 

oae srtae 



15.45 



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^l»'ial S4.SS 


Mia/ a 




m*dla 




Setera 


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ROYAL 

Shoe Store 
•MM Yataa SI. 



THr. DAILY COT.OXIST. VICTORIA. B.C. SATURDAY. MAY I«6 





'Sybil's Tryst' 

By' COLONEL H. CURTIES • 
Amhor of -iriii CwBatiM'Chik.* njm mt ilM Uw.* Sm. 



You 



« ' « • • • i . 



To join. at in our Shrine I'll-nm- 
age to 



PRINCE 
RUPERT 



I^eaving; \ ictoria next 



Tuesday 



At 2 P.M. 



Special 
Boat 



The Palatial 



Ss. Prince 
Rupert 

Rcturnuifr to Victoria i>untlay 
Following 

Two Days 




FARE 

$60 



Includps meals and '^tatrrooTn ni 
routr and whdc m K'nfyrrt 

City making lavish preparations 
^^let our cnteruinment 



iiSrIne Band in 
'Attendance 

Wm You Come? 



Gizeh 
Temple 

A« A. 0. N. Ma S> 



Main yomr reccnratioat now to 

B. fc.. LEASOM, ' 
* PX>. Box TV, Vktario. 

T. W. C HAWKIMII 
^♦ ippl lii * Kayirar< DMflat St. 

JA8. H BFATTT, 



■ pi it I 



ScliooL 



J. W. HUDSON. 
Wayward UuWilinK. 



Women^s 
Happinet. 

Rpsti Urgcly on waiving thnr 
uldc4t hygientc problem tbu 
nm wty t—trnt i^roctetion. 



To be fralh •b4 tfUkMrfnc •rtry 
dav, to lire trtty <Uy unhandi- 
('Pl>r(l, to wear iheereit frockt 
Without a •ecoii't ihoiigh! AVix I'.ir. 

anjrwhcrf . . . you can. 09 w do all, 
a acw way. 

If is called "KOTF- \' " Fn<h \h, 
irnrrurify of the old limr sifi 'arv 
I'a'l !-.ve times ai »b»orbrnt! 

} >t»d0nu4t t^o. And thua ta4a ALL 
iemr of 9§tuMngt 

NO LAUNDKY 

ly/' \i enilv disposed of a« a p r s 
of tiisuc. No laundry. No em- 
VarraMOMat 

You get if if »nv drviK or 'i'pi-t- 
rneiM store •imply by • » y i n g , 

KOTKX*; >o« aak'for H witkohl 

hesitancy. 

Colts ontr a few rents. Eight in 

V"' hrttrr ilaii vs ^iiicn rtTiplOy it. 

i'rovca the unnecessary rtak of eld 



KOTex 

No Imuttdry—diMcard lilt* Umu* 



9i. 




ivy Ifea' 



Fort mmd Ummdm M 

riMM I 



VANART 

FOR FLAVORING 

CAKES CUSTARDSf ( 

i IKE kA NIL 1 4 0/¥L Y NICfR 

-AT YOUfY Cr70CK MS I 



Spring 
House-Furnishing 

SALE 




rrms Sr-ariKfU at ^ale I'ricts 

v\ It hoot laicmt 

tiMfwf 

71<) Yaten Street 



i;HAi*TI^H ^VXXI (ConUnued) 
•Mm. n*rw«nt took Bybtl by her 
two hnndn and prrBn^rt th»ni 

' And no». my dear, thank 'i<><l 
iihr n.ild, ■ VI «• \i ndfrnlH nil e.n >i i.thn 
Mnd '.in (alh wllfiout nn.\ .no it <if if f 
Atrlrtii.n wh.il».v<'r T^ll nie, nhp j 
iiri()r<t ' how do you liUe being a 
MurrhioncM mad s proaffoetb^ 
Uuet^eaa?" ^' 

8y)>n pr f eil a feveiiah hand to 

hfr fiirrhe.-id 

head u in a whirl with It all." 
»hr rinxworvd. ^ai 1 AMI ilMfoa«li)y 

bewUtiered." 

"•ot you did not exp*et to boeome 
■odi a graot ladr. NyMI. dl« you?" 

laairh#d Mrn. T>#rwent. • 

1 v%«ji \ "Ts h.ippj .!"< MrM AtfiT 
t"ri." !»hc .1 f I M w ."ri*.! inlil tioiilil'' 
■ am'' In \\\<' I.iM- r il m ■« Vmi know 
1 waa foollah enough in be blarli- 
isaUod by that boy Rodnay." 

"Toa 'aaira him liioaoy?" tba old 
liKly aakod. 

I aivk hfm thrr.p hundred pour < 
tiifi I fMr now hp will try and -a'-' 

n , , . I <• I : I r f . , . I h 1 1 I \\ f 1, 1 fr ,1 r I 
h)i.>ii],( l.r- \\r\Ui\\\ happj MOW Ihul 
It " 1 1 1 . 1 «* < ■ 1) ' I ' f il -t n I 

Tl"' f'l.l.-r lads r'*"'"'''' 
\\\ dear, ■ »hf Kald lit la^t. tif 
.<dvi-<<^d by an old woman. T«l> Rollo 
• vf-r>^hina; the aplaoda 'T^orquay, 
and ati. It wUI ^o far iMttOr to come 
from yoo than from a^m^oi^a 

"Qm^of.tliaaa biaekmandrat" auc- 
gaatod -8yM1. 

'■Taa. one of thoae MjOluyiVllora." 
confirmed Mra. Derwint. 

•■f)h' if I rould only find thjit Rirl 
Mix« Morton who nhircd ihf room 
with rnr (It the hritrl ;t t To rq ua V , " 
exrlaim^d Sybil, "then a^l chance of 
Kuch a calumny bainy btflJavwi WOMM 
be at nn end." 

'Have >ou no meant of find^iia 
her?" aaked Mra. DOr#^l. 

"Not tMo attahtaai," UrM rapttad. 
"oxeopt adTortjalna, an^ that Wenld 
ho piaylna mto tka bloofcmanara' 



-that. wouM . bo~ wiwiaa. you 



moat tiko orery proaa«tSo« to avoid 
PoMleKy. And tli«ro la aaotbor th!n« 
I want to aay to'Toii, DrMt," the old 

lady continued. "Too muat not nhui 
\i>tjr«<rlf up In ihls niusly old liouae 
iiMi Miij. h iir >oij vii;i K^t III Voij 
rrni-it «xiT<ls<- V\ a I k round 

."^i James' I'ark iwu-e every day." 

"But I am aure I ahall »Ot like 
laavi^K RoUo. Do yo« tbtAk ho i.t 
aofa baror 

Mra. Darwont lauahod. 
"If kO lo not aafe in a Mtnlater » 
house in Downing 8treei. hui r<>unde<i 
by police and detertlven ti. wt.ijld 
no! nntf .inywhrri- And it !■. :i 

' niiji.iiaMiui ti. ni*- i.. 'hlnk that you 
to.. ^yh>\ art- .«af»- hefa ftOm ' the 
ni ') If .•(lit t ion cif \ 1 1 1;» I n ~ 
."^i 1>II KK yf .1 .xlish 

I fi"P«. .0.'- she aald. "1 hop« wr 
-hA'i i<. i..rt la paooo »ow.. 'Bat tliai 
epiaode of tka ataoHna of Rollo's 
papers worrioa ma torrlbly." 
"Tail' ma." Mra. Darwant urged. 
"Captain Radbum brok#> into our 

hoaae at BournenH.m ti ..v.rpow<'r»>d 

loe with cMorofi.i ri, ,11.1 ^..It>p 

"f noIll>'5 p.il'TC .iflff I ikirii.: Ifl"- 
^'•V rif Ihr v., f ,,,|t iif nii ilri--"ing 

IUji it.iM is loo awful!" exclaimed 
\un i>.>rw«it. ralalng hor baa da. 

T*l! me moro." 

He came like a burglar." pro- 
ceeded Sybil. "I waa alooplaoa bacaliae 
of tbo tfOttbl* vnh Rodnay. .1 waa 
waiidaHat.aboot ^ho houaa trying to 
tire myaelf into aleOp. when I cam< 
upon Redburn In Rollo's room. ll<* 
demanded the key of r:ollo« nufo 
from m*' nnd I refuned to (rive It. 
Then h< threw a chloroformed 'loth 
over m\ head and I became iinron- 
■ciotis. only completely I think for a 
few memeOts. /or I have a firm con- 
viction that aomaoao alaa waa aat to 
watch ma wfilla Badbam wont to 
ranaaek my room foi; tba kagra. 

*f mmr ttiit i roeovorad e< 
neaa enough to hear tha two robbera 
talking, and I have little doubt the 
otiiar waa Rodney. 

"No doubt they obtained what pa 
pers they waiilfd fr..ni KolLin .~iafe 
find then the two iTiii.st hav'' carried 
ine hark t.. my roArn. for when 1 re- 
tr^iinj^d loniplete lonsriouone's 1 wan 
ill im rooni a«aln." 

Thia la terrible!" cried Mra. Uer- 
'went. "And Bollo knowa aothlag of 

"No. I waa faonah and wlekad." 
■ nawarad Sybil. "I loat the oppor- 
unlty of telling hlhi everything and 

-e-'klnif hie protection when he canif 
lioriK' and told me hts p,>per.<< had 
been stolen I ..m undemtitnd their 
value now v.. dotiht thev were 
valu.il'..- (.ii, I. ,.1 sf. rt-'s I know 
thut ihe> had to be purchased from 
the thieves at rtiiy cost." 

"But Sybil." urged the old lady, 
"yoa maal tall Roflo.** 

"I WIB," waa tbo answor. "I hava 
made op my ml|id tbat as aooa aa 
he i8 -ati>onr aaaash to boar tt. ho 
shall know all." 

"That Is your onl\ «afe cour.^e 
denr " Mm Derwent replied "You 
fM.i\ !ii>w much nafer you will br 
in r\rr\ » ,i \ in -nncealing nothing: 
f- hin. 

Yee. I K n w nnw ■' answered Sybil 
"but I wa« afraid of losing hl!^ 
love; it ia all the world to me." 

"I knew. I. know," ropUed Mra. 
Derwaat. "t Vad a daor huabahd 
and I lovod hMi and drdadad to loae 
his lotO." 

"tt waa for that rodaon." eonUnned 
Sybil, "that r paid thMa haadrad 

pounds to l:f.dney " 

"Wha' .11.1 hr ;h:.^atan yoti wtth?" 

Mrs I r , [M .i.sk ed 

llf • i'-n<'d to sprea.l •h'^ Tor- 

.pny ry In our neighborhood at 
P.oijrnemouth, and I ksew tt WOOld 
reach Rollo'a aara." 

"My daar." anaworod tho old lady, 
"nairar ba frightened llbo that again 
Uotlo, with .all his poHtlcol expert - 
ehoa. knows hoar to doal wllh vUlafaui 
like that." 

'*But even t . a he |a In d.n^;. 

Sybil nrifed. know it \t.'it%,'T 

TOU tol I 11^ that <.ij tii'lif w iluir iliis 
I.,ord Hiirn«wayle wounded iloUo?" 

.\nd I •■till 'baHoira tt** aaswarad 

the old lady. 

"And who la Lord Biwaswayle?" 
Sybil aaked. "I hava nevor Hoard of 
him iMfora." 

"H* la," aaaworad Mra. Darwant. 
Hpeoking very dolibaratoly. "the man 
you know aa "Captain Rodbuna.' " 
fTo ne Tonflntiwd) 

t'ormrr Ruler h Payment 
Bill Killed in Berlin 

nKni-I.N' May T On i"err.nd read- 
ing the Rel. »,-tnc rejected the hill for 
holding n 1 r-; m lie on the propnnal 
f.. ronfiM. Iff ex-rulera' property 
. 'hoMf Indeir nIfiflOtlOB. Tho TOtS 
was :3« to 142. 

Aa all phases of tha bill hsTa t»aen 
rejected tha Rolchstoc wslvod a third 
readins and rotaraa€ tho bin to tho 



Fashions and 
Foibles 

■7 Mar 





:!>.:lPtlOlSTCRYSH0P 



The facta about the new Wench 
hata for Hprtng are theae Nearly all 
of them drape in the crown or thS 
t>rim The i rnwn la higher thOM ISSt 

1 year, but tha hat itself la almaai al- 
waya saiolL Uuts hats will ba worn 
' to a oanala oat aat with afternoon 
I draaaaa and (sr flaaimer bot for meat 
I purpoaea tha aawU hat 1. . u 
. «n mat<-h the eootOm* . ..n - t 
f a llirhfer or dArU.>i ' 
h. »,m* nlor If II contrastn i( us 

. . me nthar accaaoery. 

^ fn h hat nioativtad ia 

' - ' -le. and raria 

I Mik. laflato or oaUa lar ic 



Npw CfAors far Spring 



Pastel Shades Are to Be Popular— Hats Favor the Soft 

Drgojlhif Xinc ' . 



I'a5hii)n lia-' 



Tlia aaw line nhi 
(1e< reed Is alim and frjcerui. The 
upper part of (he dre.i.<< is Stralpht lo 
<he bipa where, by subtle and •.Hrem 
means, the aklrt boglas sad the walat- 
line la IndloatadL Thara ia fullne«i 
aboot %ba kneaa, bat ta so overiv 
dkNIuiaed by plaaU and lu. ,1 
Jueted draperies. and flat f!. im. 
that It i« .■<usKen(e<l lalher than neen 
aaya an artli le in The l...ri.1oi, 'i . r,. 
A Hllm under IreHA iui\ w .rn i.i 

show below the hem of the .skirt, for 
the bent pi oportlo.ied dreaa.-." dn IWt 
fi.iVf exaKKer.il'dl , hliort akirt'C, 

Tile i«,ior«. .-.,,.1 thia Spring lira 
delicately bright. Thora la S X*wy mtk'^, 
cool, greon rap whleh la ma«o latb 
• draaa sad coat nnd la worn with a 
bhtek hat. Thi* only trlmn.lnir 1« » 
narrow Mack piping t> ouMIre t'le 
panein, porkela. "oUar «n > < tifT.*. The 
coat In n ^hi.rt s, -i ,1,,, 
haa n < ifi- a 11 .iii : n^^ii't- ,.!(,. ;,ri,| 
cufTa. and tni' whmj a li li-i:^.. 

e»o<k"lnK"i and Mi.,, shoe*-. \ m.iuv. 
an, I while f.-i.TK'-M.' drew it-s Holder 
n KT<-, Ka^hi , ii lia«d '.•'Kh grey; 
the h.i! f.ir ih,< • rxaambta in of 'grey 
sroagrain irimuicd with inauva and 
whlta, aB4 the Mh^ and atoeklnga 
are gray. A goMan-brown kilted 
crepe da Chine jrlth a cretm Ilnferle 

collar, enffa and fmnt. is worn i.ndrr 
a deeper beiit< rep coat nnd with a 
w4rm beige f^rnJ^■ hat trimmed wiih 
IT'oagraln. Melee «itor\ini:K ami hIiocm 
trinirne.1 witli n ctarkrr nh.idc of beige 
C" w h 1 .1 h ' o.t t .1 I .'r^.s i. jV|| 
lit'le Ir.-.'H,.^ (i M l'.. ,11 have r.ome 

d.iint.\ trimminK nt the neck — lace, 
embroidered lawn, net, or colored 



• i.i'.r knoiH. 
kin. Is arv in 



!<'at her .1 nd r , h ■., ;i 
ia t»>ia and (11.^ "f 

lashtoa. 

ituii Hati> 
Km hat haa a atlff oro#n aad all ara 
draiWd. Ob* aow ahapa has a vary 
narrow brim with a atralght baud 
about four tnehdo deep atsadiai; up 
from It all rouad. Into thia hand in 
Hewn a aOft fuH orown Ilk, 1 1> it ..r 1 ' , 

tam-o'-shanter. The hrim an.l hind 
niav h. i f s!iaA. hut. 1>I<' ■ I'.wn Is >>t 
>i k "f srlvei and 11 nf 1 diffeient 
' 'liii fr.ini I \(> straw h.>Mi ,oliir~ 
lielii(, < lni!«, n t.i m.itrh the t-nj^iMiilde 
with whl" h I tie hat Ih worn .Many of 
t^a saw haia have allghtly wider 
brfmii than thaoa worn a naoath ago 
but the .bis hat wUl not bo wora be- 
fore midaommer. 

SiMarl IIuikUm;:- 

Handbajc.^ .11 <■ n.,; i. c.i hi ^ ihi.-ien to 
f.- wi'h th. .'ii..,-!!!!.!. \ t.jue 
'l>...-.< .iiat with 1 whii.- pKiue 

iNl I ,. 1 1 h.T.t a n i\ > ■ hat 

(rimmed with ahlny white leather and 
a bag made of blaa and whHa toother. 
To be ottlU atrtct. tho ohoaa should 
match tha hat and tha bag. bi«t with 
belga stock Inga black patent leather 
ahoee are aa correct. The handbag 
may be lonS and ellm. or It may he 
aqtiare and f'«t With a strap t.i hanie 
on tlf wrist Imji' I' mi\ n..i hr. too 
lar;;e l.r.-ulici ;^ ■^••,\ nt • ni>in'. 

w a > n f o r h . 1 n I h . , - I h 1 ! It till, , I s 
he chIIi d hy iii"'' ' 1 1 iti ind not \jr 
reconnir.ed^ 11-^ . h. ii (g shiny 
like ailvcr and dull like gold: It Is 
atf>mped, tooled, painted b> haad. and 
atudded with metal and ^rocloua 
atones. 



Jowalai too. aro tgora aa d a aara t lsaa 
to flbo ^mm aM'^aat f«r t himialoaa 
alOBo aa taaatrtteat oraamonta Hraoo- 
lota ara worn outside u long slevee or 

on a bare .\ ( I .1 V hr n itic .ileevr .11 
wide at (hai [)oiii' , .anlng' «t< imr.! 
lo .Hoftrn t line of t h«t \» hen 
no h.air Is nei n '.rnv itli l>ie lirirn .Tiid 
.lew.lled |iln< in- r>, ■ ■ the ihronl 
among lace, or among the rrills uf the 
Jabot, or to faitdn,a bow In place, 
^oba are wora on' wtaaalsh taUor> 
naaaoa with toaistonatiL aoarf plaa aro 
set la noektioa. and jawollod oraa> 
moato are atltl t>lnned oM ' to ■ plala 

foH or ^t ru w or nhhon h.rj. , , 
Larful and (imamcnial 
All soporfluoua decoration is rlcor- 
oualy aa pp r aaaad on taohloaable 
clothos whloh are in good taato, ond 
nA moaalwglaaa trtatmlag ia por> 
mitted. Rvery Inch of piping, every 

fhiwei e\ery JewelU,! [nn each flut- 
j leriiiK rlMion. all hi^w.^ ,in.1 enda. are 
llaed » It 'i puri"."! I'lie i>iiiIiik iIihw.. 
' al'ni lines »!ii.|,* !1mm -fi ii><i1i 1 i h »■ 
flower K'^es i-olor in 'fi,- i.k'h n.aie 
the jewelled pin .sparklea where 
hrlKhlne«a la wanted. .1 rlblMm flBttara 
and a aash ties to ttraak monotatUT. 




' You Can Smile 
Now/ 

Y( M < jii * in 1. I ■! , ,» i ; \ ou 
liavr llir I(a^^UlMlg kilowl- 
(iIk"' 'flat \<)Ui Irrlh afg 
»uine. clean and »uund. 

Wa lave You MoMy aa 

Dent si try 



r 



m^Uom Picturen With 

No Titlei, FUumed 

BBRMN. May, T.— Modartch Mar. 

nau. ^i^e (.•'rninii motloa p^curo 

dire, t.,, ..s the moat algnlflcant 

deyei, I !M, , 1 he movies ts the mak- 
ins of photupiaya wlth,>ut tha aapas- 
alty of aub-tltlaa. 

"We should tail the atory m pi. 
tiire« ■ be eald. "ao that every ho. ly un 

o : , n it." 

.\>i.-.i If ariiatlc direction could be 
made (If .(liable, he replied: 

"In the long run. Arttatlc ^Ircetlen 
alone will be profltable, becadaa' only 
tha arttatir picture will b« of laating 
value and leave laating Impreaidona." 



Strathcona 
Lodge 

SHAWNIQAN LAKB 

\ m.xicri), romforiahlc hotel ac- 
. I mi nioHat iiiK lOf) k;ii(>t*. 27 miles 
IrDiii \ ictoria .\mcricaii I'lan. 
to <;>i><l per Hay; $21 to $.^0 per 
\sccW. $bO per month for May and 
.lunc. 



Barrlater at Bow Coaaty Court: 
I Were you sentenced at West Ham for 
stealing? Defendant: No, for bolng 
caught. 




()n iKf floor ihr I ajllr " 

■i't Kug V» 592. tt'$ a 
pnttif fmtum Is fs^p, Umm 



Be sure to see 

the lovely new (Jon goleum Art-Rugs 



AKl^ you one of the women who itHl 
imagine that beautifnl designs come 

only in costly rugs? Then \ u should see 
the nrwr'^r pift'Tn, offered in the money- 
Saving Congolcuni (>oiij Sm! \\x-Kn^'^. 

They ,irr thr pit k ot hiiniir'-ds of tirsipn"? 
prepared t spci i.illy tor us hy Ic.idni),; drsi^n- 
ers here and abroad. It would be dillicult 
to match their artistry and cploring and 
their variety is sure to meet every need — 
every taste. 

Add m C»krfiU Tmuh f Bvtry R99m 

Here is your chance to replace any dull, 
faded, woven floor-coverings with up-to-date 
rugs th.it everyone will admire. The cheer- 
ing, brij.4irrning presence of C'on^dlrnni C .'i 
Seal A 1 1 - k 1 1 will gi ve i 1 1 s r 1 1 1 ( colorful Iresh- 
ne's's (^vri\ r.tiim shniil.i c 

And I'TMiIrs thr\ 11 1 1 1 c \ . .ii trMin f he h.ird 
8weci)iiig and beating that dusi-collecting, 
woven floor-coverings require. The smooth. 



waterproof surface of L,oid S^ai Rugs is 
cleaned in a twinkling with a damp mop. 

At moving time Congoleum Art-Rugs can 
be rolled up and theit unrolled on the floor 
in the new house — no bother at all. 

iSdtr iim9 Rugs at Your Dealer 's 
Consoleum Rugs arc made in .sizes up to 
9 X IS feet. And all at prices that are amaz- 
ingly lowv Your dealer will gladly show you 
his assortment of these beautiful rags. 

Send for free color folder; t^ coUpon be* 
bw is for youf otmvenience. 

Cng^kmm By tk^- Yard 

The same trouble - saving, serviceable 
rnatcrial as the rugs, for use to cover the en« 
tire floor. Many beautiful patterns without 
borders; made in roll form, two yards wide. 

COi\C,()Ll-,l ,\i (,A.\\1'^ 1 IMIihU 
1270 St. Patrick Street, Montreai, yucbcc 



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ONGOLEUM 




GOLD StAL 

^RT-RUGS 




rongolcum Canada Limited 
0 St. Patrick Sli^ 
Montical, QMcbce 

rr Irtnrr I chall bc glad to havc 

/ >< 1 n j tnr ( Without coat or obliga- 
tion M . np of yotir illustfated 
/ -'Bcautif. vnnr Home tHth Ca^ 

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a^ed^JI4tr, 



Street. 



•OLD BY 




I VJ r-.T-MI et/^i « A * «k ...... ... ' 



ar? MAY 1070. 





SOI I) BY. 



The Standard Furniture Co.. Ltd. 



719 Yataa Street Victoria HC 



SOLD BY 



DAVID SPENCER, LTD. 



Cmrprx Drpt., Second Floor 

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10 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.^ 



Axminstet and Wilton Rugs 



Greatly Reduced in 

lltavy I'ilf Axtiiiiistf rs in a miinbpr nf 
attractive patterns, uncc|UaUed fur hard 
wetr. 

Size 4.6 b> 7^0 Sale Trice f 14.90 

Stsc 6.9 by 9. Sak Price..... faM.60 

Si/f by •> Sate Price f 37.50 

Size <> bv 10 6 Sale Price ^42.50 

bize 9 by U. ^alc Price f45.00 



Price for This Sale 

WUtoa Ruga 

Fine Worsted Wilton Ruft foe living 

room*; and dininp r'>om!«. 5hown in many 
hraiitifiil (IrMj^n- .in<l rich if^lorings; 

Si/r 4 f) h\ 7 () Salf Price ^22. 50 

Si/e b\ .Sale J'rjce |KU».00 

Siae 9 by I0.6i Sale Price..'. #9)r.80 

Sitt 9 by 12. Sale Price f65.00 



Gold Seal Congolcum Rugs 

At Annivemry Sale Prices 

Only at certain timet of the year can you buy Confroleum Ruf « at lower than 

r»';,'ii!ar |)ricrs. During lln- -.ilr v\r arr offpniij.; a w i !r r t n ! -rlrrti'iii at thf most 

attractive reductions. Culoringi and designs suitable lur dining-roonis, kitchens, 
I cdrooms, etc. 

Sue 6 by V. >alc l uce ^7.95 Sire 9 by 9.' Sate PrM f 11.75 

Sis€7j6by9. Sale Priee. #8.75 Sice 9 by lOA Sale Price J..f 18.50 



High Grade Printed Linoleums 

Special at 79c a Square Yard 

iking your measurements and make your selection from a wide range of all the 
new popular patterns in this superior grade coric base linoleum, 6 ft. wide. Sale 
Priee, per aqtaare yard — . .......^ — — 79< 

— trd ri«or, H.B.C. 



Drug Savings 
for Today 

Nujol, large site, $1.00 value Hllc 

('rtrMUfim, hcivy, 75c value, -^^t 

Hymn Amara. $1.00 vsluc < 

Eno't Fruit Salti, lafffc •*«« 

Kennedy's Toaic Bitters 

Pond's Cold or Vanishinj; Cream 
with a bottle oi Hind s Honey 

Almond Crean, 9Sc ▼alne ^ 



V 



C.illette Razors, gold plated. In a ' ki I 

case. Special at 89^ 

Kl Kstailo Cleansing Lrfjin. $1 00 valnr 
for ^'t*- 

! ■ -irrinr t1 OH \ iliif 

French Ivory Biushes, Mirrors and 

Ccnbt at — .w- . J5% OFF 

(IH Datch Rolls or Flats. S for W^r 

i nttage Rolls, 3,000 sheets each, at ^ 

I or • 

P«psodMt Past* and Toofh Brash, Uc 

\ a luc ...•..•....-••..••••■••»»«••••••*■••••-••-"••••"••"••"•" '^^^T 

iltttax Tooth Pafl%^ value, S for tT# 
' 0*9t., Mala FlMT. K.»X. 



Special Bargains 

in Toilet Soaps 

In addition to our many barf^ins 

Ml I>iml;v and Drug Sundrir'^. wr 
. ifrr I he following list of i'roven 
guality Toilet and Bath Soaps at 
economy prices. 

Plantol Soap. Regutor IQc S / 

8 for 15>r 

V'molia I'alni and Olive Soap, 10c s\/i . 

e f,,r ^Sf 

ICnglish Lavender Soap, 15c sue, • in 

wood box „ «... 

RuRcr & Oallctt's Toilet Soap, 45< 

:\ . M yn^ 

Uucriaia I unci Soap. $1.00, $1.25 

and |l.fO Valoea for. — 

Wright's CosI Tar Soap, box of 3 n:u 
Vinolia Rath Soap, 15c sue, 6 for 76< 
Roracic and Cold Cream Soap, 20c size, 
« for 

Rnuiv! Rnth Soap, Extra Lar^c 
Regular ^Oc Size 5 for 79<* 

Sa\ar French Castile Uar.<«, each l^r" 

V inolia Castfk, tone bars, 25c .v 

for — aSO 4* 

. >.Dr«e OVfU Mala rtoar. B.B.« 



Noic These Generous 
Reductions in Spring 
Drapery 



Check Marquisette and Colorad Bordsr 
Scrims 



V'rry dainty fabrics that will t r found 
111 'it 5crvicfal)lc aixl attr*ifi\'- S 'r ■ ur 
tains. Values to 2Sc. Sale Price, per 
yard - 1ȴ 



IndtldinK hand hlrMl-^l .i; ' s '-nidl tab- 
ncs. ill a biK -'-!■■ ;i-n imI,. rings. 

N'aliifs to h.^t .-'Ale I'rice, yard, 35^ 

Uamasks. Silks and Reps 

firttcr uradr i|r;i|ifr\ a'v! \i p h • <t /-i y 
fabrics, in rose, mulberry, gold. Values 
to 14.95. Sale Prkc, per yard ....•i-M 

Prill and A11>0^ Lacs Ovftdna 

Dainty Frltl Curtains with tic backs, or 

til- \\' I srr N'nttinjfham Lace Cur- 
tain.s, imislied ready to bans Sale 
Price, per pair fi .i» 

— -Sr* ri«or, H.B.C. 



Curiam Rods for Less 

Biass Curtain Rods 

Complete with hooks: extend to 54 
inehas. Sale Price. 9 for .^.^...M^ 

Brass Sash Curtain Rods 

Solid rods, complete with spring 
bracket. Sale '9He%.....^^^...^^^..tB4 



Brass Cortaia Kods 

For wide wiadowr extend to 78 inches: 
comptett with hooks. Sale Price, 

— Ird riMf. K.B.C. 




Pcrsofi.ilit y 111 

Eyeglasses 

- is an invariable achievement with 
u^. It is evident in the distinctive 
frames we uae fitted scientifically to 
the noae. 

It is ,tIs() rxpi r->-( I in tlir prrsOWiel of 
our Optical Department, which has 
never faltered from the highest ideals 
in eyeglass making. 
II P.. C". inodeni uptir.il service IS safe, 

A Special Discount of 209<> on All 
Orders Dtiring This Sale 

— MMMaiM nam, n.a.c. 



Boys' Two'Bloomer Suits 

lii Two Special Groups di $7.95 and $9.95 



Boys' Two-Blo rrnrr Twaad Snlta 

$7.95 

Serviceable suits for school- wear. 
Tailored from dark brown and grey 



Boys' Two-Bloorrcr Tweed Suits, $5 95 
A real vahic f'>r iii<ith« rs with boys 8 t<i 10 
vears. These are niailc frotn best qual- 



ru orown Rrcy .ij.^ool tweed in mediuRi and dark 

tweeda in herringbone and small ' , , . . t>. j l f 

check patterns. Smart bdted models r«y. •»»<> brown mixtures. Pleated back 

with full cut bloomers, finished with coats witli full ( nt l>lr>,.nirrs wuh gov 



ffovrrnor fasteners; 15 
years. Sale I'rice, witli^'y r* 
extra pair of bloomer». ^27^^ 



ernor fasteners ; sizes 8 to 10 
tar $12.95 to $1100. Sale, 

Price, 
bloomers 



1.95 to 115.00. Sale f\rz 
with extra pair oi^y^yj 



These Specials Too, From the Boys' 

Seaion 



MI.Woel Golf Hos« 

In hsartMt ftbadcs. Siaas 7 to Uk 

Mbbii CallMi <Mf Hoas 

la blacV. brown snd olive shades, with 
fancy tops. Sites 7 to 10. Sate Priee. 

it pair* f"r .pa.»» 

Buy& Spring and Summer ComMnationa 

In c\r>*r knittrd halhriKRan a« well »« 

Koft r.MtMti. iflral f'^r Spring and Sum 
mc ^^<ar All ni.i Ir «'th thort s\rr\r% 

and knicker leniith. Sues to fit boysj 
to 14 >ear». "Sale Priee .. If 



KhaU Wiilli 

With sportii collar. Sites 6 to 16 jrcars. 

rv.re 

Khaki Shirts « 

Coltar attaeked. wiMi mi« poehtt. Siaes 

Boys' Union Serge Km. korm, 9Sc a Pair 

Senrieeahlr aam^" '< I sefcaof wear 

Ma'lr from ttrona quality n«vv f af , 

1 1 • » ' ^; t . ' I 1 1- I; ^ f . • \ U 1 I S ■./■]' ' . p t 

1; i j • a:\ : . ' .1 r , , r ; ' ■ ; i ' ' ; •■ r T r % t 

to 0 jrear*. ^>«j|c Trice, per pair 




Millinery Bargains 

For Today 

90 Summsr Weight Fait HaU, Juat Arrived 

Wnm laglaad. and MaM sa Ml at tMt 

Med h lBI si/e sliapcs, witli rolird linn'- -!iKhtly 

abortcr at back; al.«o several new ofi-thc face 
models for misses; all bead sites. Shown in 
whiff, amber, frejr, vrcea, Slark. -.an. I r..^. 
orchid, brown and coma Sair Price, 



Matrons' Hats, $3.95 

Many smart styles to choose tr<fh), iii brown, 
blacl^ taape, brown and grejr: also Mack wHh 
colors. Valaes to 97.S0. Sale MriOk ....f*^ 



All r 
color > 



Pattsra Rati * 



, I. . «)') >fl R, .1,,, r, 



• 12. 50 



Four Croupa ol Trunmed Hata 
Sale Prices. M'T*, f M.M and 97.95 

Children's Hats 
la a wide Variety of stylta and colors, all new. 
Sale Prices. «■•••• ft^*' *« f> > 

aad aa.ti5 

Schoolgirls' AU-Whiu Straw Hats 

Sale Price M.»» 

rtMf, H B c. 

Travdleis' Samples of 

Stamped Needlework 

At Very JLow Pncea 

_ 1 

Inclades buffet sets, vanity sets. 18-Inch 
centres, cushion tops, tea aprons and 
scarves. Sale Priee 

Group 2 

Zl Inrli centres, rullrrv ('.i-r- cliil 

drcn's aprons, hemstitched doiiies, t^n but- 
fat sets aad eashlMi tops. Sale Price....S9^ 

Group 3 

Ceaaista of guest towels, aprons, tan ran- 
acrs. casMott tops aad hemstitched buffet 
sets. Sale Prka \ 

Group 4 

Cirri fable covers, 27-inch centres, cti^bion 
duster bags, rvaacrs, etc. 



I'ru c 



Group 5 

Includes linen tray cloths, aprons, card 
table covers, liaca runners, piqtw rompers, 
luncheon seta and- carriage covers. Sale 

Croup 6 

Includes tea cloths with four serviette*, 
linen card tabic coxcr^. .?^)-inch ivor ^ ' ■ 
centres anJ made-up aprons. Sale. .. H9<* 

r, 'H.B.C. 



Special Bargains in 

Womens Hosiery 



AII.W00I and iik 



Wool Hoot 



Light ;\figli| wool hose ill roatiiiK an'l^ 
white cjoif! AiiH whitr. ".and and white. 

silve' hH'! whitr. alsii and wi'nl hi'X- 

in grrv. silvfi. coatiiiR. (awn, sand Vi^'- 
dale and l.lark Sires 8,'/j to 10. K K 'i i; 
$1 ^ -.'r t' -" per pair 8»f 

Para Thread Silk Hos* 

Reinforced with lUyon silk, have lisle 
thresd hemmed (bps. heels snd toes. 
Choose from Rote Marie, sunset, bran, 
moonlight, black and Frrnrh nude. Siies 
R'. tM 1A Price, per pair ..-..••^ 



H 



Puie Thread Siik 

With elasti. I lisle fops and rnn 
forced heels and toes. Shown in black, 
piping rock, bran, French nude, oeach, at- 
fflosphere, white, sunbtira. Sites a^i to 10. 
Sale Price, per pair-.....,. 1...... 



Heavy Weight Purr Tlirr.id Silk Hose, 
made sprriallx for Hiidsnn's Ma\ Cnnipanv 
iroin trli;ililr ^ilk \.4rns with firrp brninird 
lops and reini"r'fd h^rU f^>^■^ Shown 
m all the wantrrl rolort aUd black and 

white. Skcs S^ ta 10. ReguUr S1.75. 
Sale Price, per pair — — 

PttB Fsshlsaiil Silk Meat 

WiA wide hemmed tops and reinforced at 

heels and toe*. These hsvr slight imper- 
fections, hiif not rn. I 1' (firrf flic wear. 
Shown in raincl. aj.i i ^and, nude, rose 
Monde. trrr\ *x\<\ all iiffbf shadCS. Value 

|2.00. Sale Price, per psir.~... 

>«aia rissr. «.a.c. 



Today's Offerings in the 

Glove Department 

Brdken Lines of Chamois Suede Gloves 

Pull o!> «t-, If With clastic at wrist Shown 
111 I'r .idP l>eaver Sires 7 and 7',; 
also white rhamoisette gloves \* ith nn\rl'v 
lu<n hack cuffs and onr .|. mr (.j^in r. 
V I'nn t $1 Sale Pnie, pair t^t 

Hodaonia French Xid Glovas 

With two dome fasteners aad pique sewn 
seams, assarted embroidered points. Shewn 
In mode. grev. molt, nigger, blark snd 
whftc. Sites S'/i to 7: not all stacs in each, 
bat %n sites in the let. Regular |2.5a 
SaM Price, per pair ^ %\Jtm 

M ^rcMll Ud Glovea 

Made from fine n«alii\ -Ui"- . itb yiir|ue 
Aewn seams and two donv ^.t .-'. with 
rontrastina emSroiderrd points Choose 
from mode. mole. grey, hrown. black snd 
wMM. Sites 5H ta 7. lUgalar UOO.^S«lc 
Prkl. per Hir — 



\^ <»r>p «'rist and two dom^ fs^*'--' 
v>' x' * -! «'ams and »elf-stitched p 



Ns»»irtl ' white. 
Sale Price, per pair 



Sites «M 



ai.»H 
, ita.e. 



Nurses' UnifohiM 

Uadc Irom heavy <juality jean 
doth. sbr«|v«r style, w*4i >ced 
front or w " 
long sleeves 

Price — 



MMod fcifd aad 
vSgMtf^r fait 



Women's Ctepe 
Pyjamas, $1^ 

Two-piece style in plain ir 
novelty crepe. Shown in or«hid. 
peach, imk and white trimmc 1 

in eontraattag eoler. Valti^^J5. 




roCORPORATI 



Sale Price 



Rayon Silk 
Step'Ins 

special. $1J9 

In goM quality Rajroa silk, fin- 
ished with neat edge. CNoice of 
orchid, pink and peach. Sale 

Price _$!.»• 

— «M pipsfc «.aLC 

Boudoir Caps» 69c 

III plain .imH iinvcltv \iiilrs wit! 
A bit. ' i I I III la<r '||k"iR Clh MIS, 
Iriim ;ir.icli hlur, orilini. r i-r 

^ and pink. \ alue $1.00. ^Salc 
Price - .........i.l»....dl0^ 

H.B.C 



Pure Wool Bathing Suits 

In Smart New Colorings 

Special at $2.69 

These are sold in the regfitar way at $3,901 Chdca of lelf 
eolbra. •arHh or without balta, aad new brifht eolora wHh 

zontrastins stripes. C' l'^rs include oraiT^r, ron^ camel, 
turqtini^r. paHflv, ^r.irlet and navy, also blaclc; f^ry 
fUcb J4 to 44. bale price ^. ., , ,4>^«Ovy 



Oddment Table 

of Cotton 
Lingerie 

Corset covers, drawers, step-ins, 

bloomers, gowns .-md rn\rl,.pr 

chemises. Regi/.ii 

Sale prlcei........._ft»# to f«.M 

r. K.a.a 




Girls' Novelty Jazz PuU-Ovfts 

Smart styles in 100% pure wool, novelty allover pattern ir 
pretty conbinatkM eotortofs, V neck, caffa and hip banr 
in plain knit, auitablr for boys or ^irls. Shown in caipc 

3n<1 oratiga, camel an«1 hliir. powder and C^O A Ql: 

canary; aiaas 8 to 14. bale price ^ >m 4)^.^ J 

Girls Broadcloth Dresses, $2.49 



! .i!^;Mt styles with Peter Pan cullar and short slrcv^ 



Serviceable Dresses in 

front nrath rnihmifirrrd . ^ja'-ti or patch pockets and narrow pird 
in otanet, tan, peach, powder blue and green ; sizes 8 to 14 
years. Vahie $3Ja Sale pr^ — 4 ^ . 



^ 1, 



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oms' sMiNo eoAts *v osBAti.T KtDwaD nuos I 




All Departments Offering Extraordi! 
Merchandise. Buy Your Spring an 

Hundreds of New Sprin^Coa^ 

WUrked Away Down for ^uick SeliiQjy^qday 



' Miaaaa' Twaad Sports Coata for $10.95 

Misses' Tweed Coats in norelty check effects of fawn, sand, green and ^ | r\ r\ Q 

blue Straight line models with < Mai an l ufi- tnninicd with strap- ^ I 11 y 

pings u( velour, ftiU lined ; siscs 10. 18 and 2X i^le price ^ ■ , , ^ 



Women's ant] Misses I wced S[>Qrts CoatS, $12.95 



Tailored from good quality tweeds in a variety of npveity checks 
with two way collars and tailored sleeves, also Prince of Wales Coats 
with slit bacics and tailored collars Shown in grey, saad, tM, 
blue and brown mixtures; siaea lo to J^. Sale price — , 



•ht 



$12,9 



Women s and Misses' Spoils Coats fOT $l5.9S 

fashioned irom good quality tweed in mann .sli models witli plam t.n' 
sleeves ; singld and dotible breasted styles, half and full lined ; choose 
from fawn, grey, sand, bro^rn and tan mixtnrea.' Sizea 16 to 44. 
Sale price .....J... 



ant 



Wijincn 9 and Mii.ses Dress C(jdts. Values to $39.50 for $24 /j5 

Shown in a variety of styles, inrludinc flare skirts a.s well as strai).;lit lin-- m. .!,.! 
show the new cape effeets. Colors include periwinkle, brown, sandal tP* A 
wood. ro«e, new blue, tan and otbera; full lined. Sizes 16 to 40. 
Sale price 



Dreaa Coata for Lirfa Fig ures, $22.95 

Made from charmeen and gabardine, in straight line and rijyplr styles with «et-in 
, smart two-way collars trimmed with braid and lined ^ ' i rrcpr 
Shown in aaod, cocoa and black. Size% 42>a Ut 48. 

price - — 



!tlcevf 



^c^$22^9Hi 



specials in the Leather Goods and 

Jcw^^ry Scciiuii 

Beaded Bags 

Uraw-xtring style, in two-tone and self celaiincs. fin- 
ished with silk cord baadlcs. RefVlBr $1J9. 8alt....M# 



Rnvclepe and poach styles, lined with aMirc silk and 
fitted with centre compartment, mirror aad eein parse, 
finished with strap handles and no ratty d aSB . iliew n in 
hrown anil blue, blue and ercr. brawn md red, atso in 
fawn, grey, blue and black. Valves to |S.59. Sale 



Leather Handbafs 

In the new peach shape, nMde of poHshed calf anA n&ttHj 
irrained leathers, with centre ep i wpar twe w t . mirrar aa«l 
well lined with moire sik aad fhiishcd irith 
noveltv faoener Shown hi red. grcen, tan. G>panhaaen, 
grrv i,i,. ,r|r 1^■ffsrr' "avy snd hiack. Salc Prke 

Men's Rolled Gold WniLiirs 

Admiral make. Swiss movm-^n' 
dial, aedt eafravad case. Sale Price. 



New Tweed Suits 

For fashionable Misses 

Ttnyish Tailored Sporta Stitts in fawn, grey, bltie 

An<\ =;ind mixture tweed- DmuHIc hrca^frd or 
linked button coats, some vvKh pleated backs and 
belt at waist, others arc tmbcltad and have 
1 : ' fitting hadu. >Cnee length skirts; si/.es 

It} u, jfj. ^I'Tcm 



20U Rayon Silk Jumper Blouiqf 
$2.98 Each 



pta-" V i 
fT.»0 



Women's KoOcd Gold Watches 

Reliable Swiss mskc. IS jewels, assorted wnst strap rib- 
bons. 8ak Prkes ^,fT.»« «nd 

— ttM« rmm. B.a c. 



Suede Leather Shopping l^gs 
Special $1.39 

Shown in brown, ptsrple, grey And '-laret -! t-i i " ; „• 
with rontra^tuifj color \V'rll ftiade ;ind hnisiifl .viti. 
two strap handles. Regular $1 7.S. Sale I'rice, ^1.30 



i fll»3 



VoTflty Weare Rayon Silk Jumpern. hip lensrth sty 

» fi Pan roller*, lonp ^Ir'-- ' r u\ 

cuff.s, iront trimmed with no\rlt\ oult<iii», >hnM n 
s4nd, henfia. blue, nif^gcr and black. Valtids to > . 

ll.a 



Children s P.innc Dresses, Value 
$1.93 for $U9 

hrrk aiai^hani. straigbt «lytr v^itl^ Prl 
rTtett in «elf colored chanibray ii 



Shft«' -triR*-. Miauvc, Mae aad piak 
J to 6 /Cars. Valoc ♦U>i. Sa|c Priee 91.3 



SAraHDAY* MAY 8. 1926 



11 




1% mmpm^.:^ 



Choice of Twenty New Styles 

At the Low Price of $4.45 ■ 



Mother's Day 
On Sunday 

Send ber a gift uf stationery. 
We have some very attrac- 
tive j;ift boxes, i oiitauiiii;; 
24 sheets oi Dotepapcr and 
M eovdopea Id nscoe finish 
▼ettoai,. whH«, only. Sale 

Price . f i.59 

Greeting Cards with suitable 
verses, appropriate for 
Mother's Day. At 15^, 

904 9M ^ 

H.m,c. 



Women's High Omdv Sli<»cs, includ 
'iiiK oxforrls, strap 1 )'( )rsav piim()s 
alld Ctlt-oiU gore efTccts, in black satin, 
bkck kid, patent leather* and Drown 
Wd; with Ctihanp block and I^uis 
shaped heels. All sizet and widths; 
fit jTuarantfcd' Rep^Uf yslucs tip to 
$&00, S^h price, per pair . . MM 




Mother Would 
Appreciate a Good 
. Book, 

Reprint Novfls, with i Intli 
IxiuMil 1 Dvrri; wide chouc nf 
tiiirs aTiii autliors. Ksfular 89c 
Sale Trice 



Women^s Suede 
Oxfords 

Valuea to <or $3^1 

Si styles to choose from, 

!'!"k<-i; -i/rs in dark and 
'iicdmiii -n-^ . als,, h^rhf 
dark fawn suwdc. Ali with 
,frOodyear welted soles and 
Cuban or military heels. 
v,-iImc fo $8.50. Sale i.i i.-e, 
per pair $'^,95 

—M%lm Floor. H.n r 



Children's Summer Shoes 
tValuw to $3^ for $1.9$ Mr 

A large assortment of Initep Strap 
Slippers, Oxfords and Lace Boots, 
in fawn Itxard leather, brown and 
fawn chrome leather, also black 
calf. Hiph-srrade shoes of Cana- 
dian manutacturc Si/.cs 4 to 7' ' 
andStolO'l \'aluc> to $3.5( ^ . ,ik- 
price, vet pair ^1.95 



^Mtlm mmt. ILS.C. 

Give Her a Box of 

These Delicious 
Candies 

Hudson'* Bay Company Special 
Assorted Ckocolstei, i-Ib. car- 
ton 

Prcsh Toasted Marshmallows. 
per lb. > SOf 

CrystaUis«4 Giagur Jellies, p«r 

lb 

A9!(nrted Chocolates, in dainty 
hoxrs rnntaining 1 and 2 lb%. 

each. I'er box _ fl.OO 

and - 92.00 

—Mats Floor. H.B.C. 





ary Bargains in New and Seasonable 
Summer Requirements Now and Save 



On Sale Today From 9 A.M. 
. to 1 P.M. Only 

Uabkached Sheetinfs 
'J( heavy quality. Made froa part 
"otton yarns. Two widths. 72 snd 
»J0 inches. Morning .Special. '> to 1 

'Zd 49c and 59c 

No Phone Orders, Please 

-<-Ma.a FlMT. II.B.C. 

Children's Wool Hose 

I'..'". liKhf vsriRht ribbed all- 
I -1 with fancy turn-down 
' i - Chcicc of crpam, tan. s»nd. 

Ink and loval. Sizes 6 to 9'/}. 
Morning Special, 9 to 1, SQa 

per pair «HJO 

No Phone Orders, Please 

—Mala Floor. II.B.C. 

Chfldren'S 8en« lUefera 

, I'cx s .MI Wool Serge Reefers, wril 
■ i l'"' 'I ^iiit.iMr for l)o\ s or 
I ' \ 2 to 6 years. 
\ ' ' • t ' - .MormiiK <CO flQ 
>\n < <' to 1 

Ho Phone Orders. Please 
• — t»e vtMf, n.m.e. 

BeyT OtHlHf thoes 

White Canvas Boot.i wUh crepe 
rubber soles and htarW ctnvt!* Ox- 
fords Witll lit !!• -r ' 

to 5. MormriK i" < QR 
y to 1. per i>.ni OOC 
No Phone Orders. I'icase 

r, II.B.C 



ii\r,, s PuU-Over<i and Cardigans 

iWokcn lines in wool cardigans, silk 
and wool sleeveless eanHfaas, wool 

ftull-overs with turtle ncCk; also a 
fw hand crochet jumpers in grrv. 
losr. green and turquoise, also wlm- 
,111(1 lilack. Values to $5.95. Mort' 
I II If Sperial. 9 to 1, 
Sale Price..., 

No Phoae Ur«lers. I'lea.ir 



$1. 

Orders. Pleasi 



89 



100 Window Shades 
I . (irccn or CreaM Opa(^ue 
W indow Shades, complete with 
fittings, mounted on spring rollers. 
Si«e .17 inches by « ft Morning 
Special, OQ« 

? to 1 o9c 

No Phone Orders, Please 

, —are plaar, M.B.C. 



50 Wash Rugs 

Heal niL'- t(^r Sflr ionu and bath- 
rooms. \^.l^il.^t>l^ f'Tm 111 neat pat- 
irrn* Si/e i7 luches by ^ i m. f>,-i 
.Morning Special, 01-^ 

9 to 1 _ 09C 

N« Phone Orders. Please 

Men's Su^enders 
5nir Weh Braces with real leather 

rnd'; Shown In fanry ntnpe a< well 

.n i)l4in errv, blur ahH Iwi;,. i »i 
pairs on I \ Ivruular $1 "' " ■ 
•'laii two pairs to a < u'-; 
' I " uig Spedal, 

to 1 ■ 

No Vhrnm Orders. PkaM 

« . r»oo,. B.i.e 

' Men s Overalls 

"BIc Horn" brMi4. mde frOm 
strong qiMlity d««lm, Mb and pant 
tyle, with btitleiis riveted en. 
Jovblt sewn thr«oghfiii j 
to 44 w45«t. Morning ^ | OQ 
? (.frml. f> to I. pair CP 1 .09 

No I'lione Orders. Please 



Men's Broadcloth Shirts 

In a Spedal Satutday Offering at $1^ 



Superfine Quality BrtMddofK Shirts in plain 

white and i ilors of grey, blue, helio 
and t;iii. Regular riisfoni rut «hi'-t- ''i.^? fit 
conitOrtably and c.i-il\ Scim:,!!, ir 
with each shirt; ail .size ^ 
ftpm 14 to 17. Sale Price, $i^9o 



200 Shirts at $L00 

^fade from pood .serviceable percales and 
woven stripfrl • I' tlrs iti .i widr rhoiro of 
colorings; coal .>t>le, double cuff- /> 14 
to I6yi, Lay in your Spring 
supply now at the low price S I ^ (J (J 




7 



Men's A11.W0BI BMUaff Mu 

In all flir j>-ipular shades with 
contrasting stripes; all sizes. 
Sale Price tp2;88 

Men's Tweed Capa 

English made, hi onc-piecr st\ir. 

Salr PrP o 

Pennum'a Combinations 

In buttonlest style; sizes 34 to 
44. Sale Price 96# 



M«i*a TiOMilar Wash Tlee 

White pround with colored 
-Tipr ^ Trice .. 15^ 

Novelty fc.Ustit Bow Ties 

In many smart shades. Sale 
ice ■•••■o«oo»»*«««»— 

Mea*e Armw CoUers . 

Straight band shape, all 

bale Price ^.^.^ 10^ 

—Mala VISM, KAC 



.S9c 




Men's Spring 
Suits 

Sf)ct lal Anni vrrs.n y 

Off ering at $23.93 

Our special array of Mcn> and 
Voutip: .\fen's Xcw Spring Suits i.-^ 
worth walking blocks to reach. 
You really mtist see this wonderful 
value at $25.95. 

Expertly tailored from aU-wool 
tweeds in herring-bone and bannock 
patterns, oflfeHng: a choice of grey, 
itwn and lovit shades. Shown in 
popular two-btttlon English models 
wkh wide trousers, but not too wide 
for men with more conservitive 
ttstes. All sizes, 35 to 44; perfect 
fit guaranteed. Sale price 



$25.95 




Silk Bargains 

For Toda y 

' Natural Pongee Silk. 49c Yard ^ 



An.ilhrr i>(MKTttiii;ly t" ^erll^t■ \>.iu ir.inni- 
iiiciitN in ihi> < »i rlli nl Naliir.il l'(in>{«-i- 
Weigllt l"i ilrrsHfN, lini(rrir. hl'Mivr-, 
rti ^^ m< !i( ^ w .ftr ^.i\r I'ru r.prr vani. 49^ 

2,000 Yards. oi Standard Quality Spun SUks 
■t tie a Yard 

Sbown in .ill tfip wanted coloring*, and correct 
weight for lingerie, dreaset, alips, blouaes, etc.; 
29 taickes wMc. 8«k Prifcc, per fmt4 — \Mf4 

Silka Selling at 9Sc a Yard. Valaea to $1 98 

Included in tlir > > illrt tioii jic 41) 1 lu h Irrjic li- 
Chine, 36- Inch .Stanley ("r< [>r>., -I'* Inrh rnntcil 
Crepes, in manv hrautiin! i>atfrrii> Mt I ik h 
Silk Crepes in ,%flt i ulcrings, .\t> Ituh i i.l.ircd 
Pailettes, J6-lnch Colored Pongees, J6-Inch 
Waah Satina and 36*Inch Satin BriU^Mt; also 
many other favorite weaves. SillaJUsSb P^r 

yard - -.I^RrTta^ 

New Silks. Values to f4.H, for f1.tS a YarS 



I. 'li f f iiii ( "r(| 

repf Ottoinaa.s, 



' ,1 I ! f ~ t ' f ( [ ic \ r iiu; I I' -■ 
^. rcpr .^.itin>. rriiilcil 
Georgette* and Crepe de rhmr; also Mlack 
Dftchcssc Satie. VahMS to |4.95. Sale Fries, 

per jrard — 91»M 

riMr. a.B.c 



6(HJ Yards of Pnntcd 

Voilcr and Novelty Silk 
Check Crepes at 59c a Yard 

New patterns and new colorings are featu/ed 
in these beautiful Printed Voil^ and Silk 
Check Crepes; 40 inches widr Values to 
flJS. Sale Price, per ytrd ^^4 

-^Maio ri«or. H.U.C. 

700 Yards of Pnntcd 
Rayon9 at 98c a Yard 

Shown in all the wanted colcimcs .iml printpil 
in many handsome patterns; J8 and 48 mrhr. 
wide Values to fl.7S. SaU Price. • 

yard ■ „,.., , . »»f 

U.9.C. 



Wool Coatings and. 
Soitings 

Values to $4.S0 for ll.M 

Choose from 54-Inch (,'U.ths. m l>r..wn, 

Copenhagen and tan; 54-iiich Flaid Tweeds in 
the latest color combinations; 54-Inch Polo 
Coatinas iiLthc new muitures; 54-Ifich Tweeds 
in mixed effects. Vahws to HSO. mIc Prke, 

per jrard f 

—Mala ViMr. M.ac. 

New Wash Fabrics at Sale 
Prices 

» 

jMpaneae Crepes 

Standard quatit/, all colors. Sale Price, 

29-lach Galateaa . ' , 

In neat stripes. Sale Pride, per'jrard, lt# 

Baglbh Ginghams 

n inches wide, in neat chccka and plaid 
effects. Sale Price, per yard JM# 

BnfUah Crepas 

31 inches wide: ideal for dres.ses and tin- 
, garia. Sale Prka, per yard 2a# 

— Mats Plaor, H.B.C. 

1,000 Yards of Snow While 



Longdoths 



Yahiee to 89c for 2Sc a Yaid 

Suecrier anew » hite cottons for dainty lingerie 
and other purposes; l^ht and medium 
weight.<i; 36 inches wide. JH^Ms to 39c. Sale 

Price, per yard liSffi^tgS — aS^ 

m.n.c. 



Superior Sheets at Sale 
Prides 

Fully Bleached Sheets, made from hich-grade 
yarns that will launder fe your MtMf action 

and give .splendid wear. 

Size 72 by 90 Sale I'rire. per pair _ ••I 

Siac SO by 99. Sale Price, per pah f4>»8 

Sisc fO by IM. 9ek Price, par p«ir _ 



>, u,m.c. 

Fine Hemstitched JSheets 

Si?e 72 bv 90. Sal< I'rirc. pn pair »» 
Size SO by 99. Sale Price, per p;iir S5.tfH 
Sit«90 by lOa Sate Price, per p.vr Sr.aa 

—Mala riMT. M-a>C. 

Men s Boots and Oxtords 
$4i)3 a Pair 

Business and street styles in brown <A\i,' 
tan calf, black vcluur and box calf . aKo 
black kid. Choice of Oxfords and boots 
with (k>odyear welted .%olet anA- robber 
heels. Sizr^ h to lOj^i. Valtiee t. '^:* < 
Sale Trice, per pair 



■.B.C 



Men's "Astoria" Oxfocds 

$6.95 a I'aii 

iiiffh-Grade Ox/ords. nurlc anada's 
leaiinR: shoe manttfartiirer. Shown in 
black t^nnmrt.Tl ralf black \'U-.< , 
l.,ondon tan and light tan calf. lUuciicr 
end Behnorel >tjrlte with th^irfe and 

' ' - '- ^^r waited Mita; ai! 

6»ic i'nce, per pair .ftt.iM^ 

WLMje. 



A List of Hardware 
Bargains 

For Week-End Shoppers — Every Item 
an Aniiivetiitty: Special 



Ko. H ( opprr Nirkrl I'ljtnl 
Tea Kettlr. Sale ei.l>» 
.\lI-(.'oppt r \\ a.^il UmiKt-- 
.Sale Pritf aa.»R 

Wear- Ever Tea Kcttlea, Sale 

Price $S.M 

Wear-Kver Roasters. S.i!. 

Price a3.95 

Kitrhfii Household Sris m 
cludina Hour, suasCi >' f^'-<- 
■t')d tea cannistcrs. 
I'rica »«f 



Kive-lflmtte fee C r e s m 

I'rrerer* Sale Piirr ai-«« 



hnglish 



M aUe Digging 
Sale Price™ 



I nRliih < and s I'runR Cat- 
den Cultivators. Sale Prices. 



and 



('■arden Rakes 

Sale Price 



Galvanized Pail and Scmb 
Bnish. Sale Price f*# 



Victor Flour Sifters. Sale 

I'ri.c 2»t 
\i>tiii iluu:>r I'aiiw wIiin 
ari<i .^'iiors; aallon tin- 
Price aa.TO 

Six -Foot Stepladdert. Sale 
Pruf aa.29 

Roll Top iWtad or C*k« 
Boxes. Sa'< l'rice_..9S>9a 

Inftortcd WhiU Enamel 
Oeal XMahpMia. Sale..I«t Ja 

N.R.O. 



Special Bargains in Fine Cut 

Glass 



Rose Bowls, rtgnla 



PT 1.% 



^>1K.•I^ and Creams, r.^nU> ^ llK.l'^ -md' Cmms, 

$5.95 for a4.76 $iU.95 lor ..as.Ta for mit.OO 

Salad Bowls, tregular $5.95 Celery Trays, regular 15.50 Bntter Tubs, regular $H0.^ 
1,,, p-l.TS a4740 

Regular |4.y5 lur .... »;t »r» tuinp..ns, 

Cclary Trays, rcgwiar fo n for 

for as.ao lelly Dishes, regular SS.95 Spoon Trayi. reffolar $3.95 

Spoon Traya, regular $4.50 »or . >„#4.fl for .„ $a.ta 

for Regular 1^*5 lo»- 



rcguUr $10.95 Bonbons, regular price $J.V-^ 
••.T* for --.-^.i*.!* 



. ii.a.c. 



Buy Blankets Now 
and Save 

MO Pans* ui White Pure Wool 



Low Prices on 

AutomobUe 



t».MaPair 

Made op from thoroughly scoured pure 
wool yarns and fiaitbe4 with Mue 

borders. 

Size 64 by 80, weight 6 pounds. Per 

pair ^ S7.B6 

Size 68 by 86, weight 7 potw ' ■ - 

pair Jf»H.f>H 

Size 72 by 90, weight 8 pouiKl.s. i'er 
p%ir .^..^^.^^..J^lBA 



Stationery Department 

Specials 

H. B. C. Writing Pads 

Containing 70 sheets of linen finished 
paper, Itaar and blecter. Sale.. tO^ 



With black Icatkarette covers. 166 
pagca rated for ink. Sate Price t94 

Bond Linen Bnvelopea 

Wall ganuned; bhie or white. Sate 
Price .....^......-4 packets for M# 

Watenaea'a Mae Blaelt Feaauda Via tak 

Sale Price .^..^S bottles fer M# 



Tires 



Nickal Propelling Pencils 

Will Ukc cvri .turp 1,^ 



H. B. C. llistoncal Sehea ikribhlrr<< 
l.^rgr siac, seitabte for pen 

' Price p.^.-,...-,^, 4 for au^ 

— Bala yiMT. u.m.c. 



These tires are of guaranteed qual- 
ity, tnanufactured by one of the out- 
^lndinf( tire maniitai turers in Caii- 
.1 I 1 Si/rs for I'ords, Chevrolets, 
. lar.s and Overlands. 

Ace Cord Tires, stec 30 x iyi. Our Spc: 
cial J.ow Price 

CoOntry Cord, siaa JO x iyi- Ow . 
ctel htm J»rice w 

SuprtBM CatdL' aisa JO X JX. i 

cial Low Price aia.fto 

Kxtra Heavy Supreme Cords, size Mi x 
iyi. Oar Special Low Price flT.aO 

Supreme Balloon Cord Tires, size 29 x 
4 40. Otir Speefsl Low Price att.M 

uprcme Balloon ( nr i . - 
4,40. ,OBr Sperui ! w I - . . ...faLOU 

Dependable Tubea 

Ace Tubes, sue 30 x i'/t. Our Specui 
Low Paica - _. .~. 

Grey Tubea, size JO x 3yi. Our Special 
Low Price 0M.TK 

Red Tubes, siae 30 x JH. Our Sp' 

< IV.rr as. 25 

hxtra Heavy Ked i ubea. JO x 334, Our 
Spaetel Lmt Fries ■■■■ -..WW 

Pr,! Tiihcv siac » X 4.40. On- 

Low Price - , f6.00 

Rad-Tebea. stoa II a 4.4a Our Special 
Low Ffke ■■ ,. - fa.aa 

Mala now, H.B.C. 



Sale Prices on Groceries and Provisions 



Finest Quality Neif Zcetend Crramcrv H it 

ter, per lb. - 43< 

« lbs. for . 9lJf 

No. 1 Quality Alberts Creamery Bntt( 

• lbs. for 

Purr Bulk Lard, per lb I -:tc 

3 lbs. for ttSr 



Machine Stkcd Ayrshire Roll, per lb: 

Finr'.f Q«a\<u '^lAr Breakfast Bacon, lb »«c 

Pcameal Back Bacon, sUted, per lb 4ae 

Swift's P rewi lu w 9Mde Bacon, per lb :..'.0$4 

Swift's Peaniral I'.i I Bacon. \>f r U> 6'tr 
Swift's Boneless Ham, sliced, per lb ao< 

Prime OM Csnadlan Cheese, fully matured. 

per !b. 40^^ 

Swift's Premium Boiled liam, per lb ^Hf 

SUcad JclHed^Veal. per 

Sliced Bolopna. i«rr II. „ ■ "^O.- 

SNced Veal Loal. per lb -sof 

Sffccd Prtsaed Beel, per lb 484 



Drl .Moiitc Brand Hawaiian Cmvhrd Pin. 
apple, No. 2 tins.-.. ,..^....-...3 tins for gfte 

Libby's Pork and Beans with Sancc, 9 larire 

Unn for flK** 

Bensdorp's Roysl Dutch Cocoa, per tin, aac 
Here Brand Canned Peas, pscked in HolUnd, 

: -m IB^ 

Marine Brand Fancy- Canned Shrimps at. 



l inest Table Jellies, 
plain ^d wine flavors, for invalidsi aL par 



Cr 



fi Blackwfll 



Biacviir Special 
Dellctous Uixcd <ts, frmh from tlir 

nven, co m pcte ia a Alpine Sandwich. Rob 
Rov Sandwkft, Ckoeohrta CreaoL Marsh* 

mallow Fruit, Ginger Snaps and Cocoattet 

Specte^t 



Wafer*. Regular 4.Se per lb 

!>rr 111 

3 lb!. 



lor 



Anniversary Sale Tea Special 

Hudson's Bay Company Special Brcakfaiit 

i ca, per lb. , ai^ 

3 IKs for ei SVO 

6 lbs. for aa..aT 

M »a. ffof — 



Hudson * Bav Company Freshly Roaitted Pure 
Coffee, per lb 4ae 

Finest Qnality B.C. Crannteted Sngar, M-lb. 
paper seek , . . f 

Horseshoe Brand B.C. Sockeye Setenon 

tin 

• tins for - 



Pntit and Vagacablaa 

I.c.ral M(>thnu<e Tomatoes pt 1h. aO# 

I n< al Hi'tiii iisr Ciirumber-., Lrjic size, each. 
^O** ,1 _ la^ 

imported New Potatoes, per lb ia# 

Jackson's "Palmetto" Asparagus, bundle, 

Fresh Local Rhubarb 6 \h*. for aa# 

California Strawberries, per banket B## 

Cnrstal White Onions, per II. 

Nice I rrWi Spinach ^ lor BSd 

Finest Florida Grapefruit, each. VO^ a< ' 2 5^ 
ralifornta Sweet Oranges, per drvren :tr.c. 

»5# and ,- SR** 

Local Itettecc, eadii , a# »mi tQ0 

nssr, i|.ac' 



Fresh Meat Specials for Today 

iitgh Quality, i«w Prkaa, So) 

Steer Beef I ocal Sprtaf Vea 



Sirloin Roast, per lb. .^3:<< 
T'Bonc Roeat, par 1h., 

Winir I, "in Roast, 1h 
Sirloin Tip Roast, Ih. . 
Top Side Rikond, per lb 
.^itfli Flour, whole. IS '.£*»- 
Aitch Bone, best end. lb . :S6< 
Rnmp Roast, per lb 
and 

Prime Rib., short, lb. 

Thick Rib, per lb. 

Pot Roaat par Ik. 
Rrisket. per lb. . 
Plate Beef, par 
H.B.C. Beef Sensage^, z ib 

fer 1 aa 



aa< 



I illeta, per Ib. 

I..oins, per lb 

Rumps, p«r Ib. 

Shoulders, per lb. 
Breast and Necks, Ih 



4or 
aae 



is: 



and Loins, per lb., 4S# 
and SboaMers, lb., 9B4 



aa# 

ao<> 

FaULaab 

Ugs and Leiaa. per lb., 
Ribs aad JbeaMsrs, lb., M# 

Grain Fed fek 

I.egs, per lb 

Filtets, per Ib 32 # 

l..4><n», trimmed, per Ib . 3a<k 

I..otn«, antrimmed, Ib. •in«' 

Shoalders, per lb 23 1 

Shonlder BaM, per lb., Mf^ 

Side Port 'rr»h. p^r Ih 27t 

Side Pork, pickled. Ib. . a7< 



Heavy I o%»l, per lb. ......Sae 

Light Powl, per lb. 

' ^tssting Chicken, lb. ^A€4 
^ng Broiters. |^a2p 



MerWmc Haddies. lb ao*^ 
s SaMe Cod. Ih . aa< 
's KIpMred .<:almAf. 
per \h '^tir 

Golden Ray Filleta, lb., aae 
Pkkted Ox Tongac, lb.. 9f# 
Corned Ramps, per lb. B*^ 
Corned Rnands. per Ih . 
t o "» l Plate Beef. Ib . t3' ,«* 
I'.onfSf V R ttr'l P^*-''- r" 
tb. 

— t^mtr Stain t l-ni n n • 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. TI C , ?ATl RDAV. MAY 8, 192(5 




NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD 



Victorians Will See 
Baseball Matches at 
Th e Roya l Athletic 

City Parks Committee Will Recoinniend to City 
Council That Bicycle Track He Moved l-5ack to 
Three Feet From GrandstanJ at I:stimated Cubt ot 
$275-— Conference lb Held 



Oak Bay Golf 



THK ^iMiKyinir roynil (or the 
Vietarte Ck»lr Ctub's ebaiti-- 



ploMhIp and the M«rv«y Comhr- 
Bowl win br played hi Oak Ha> 
li><1«\ ('out cntrlrn will li*- .i< 
i*"!!!*-)! and < ■>ni i><'t Itur h ar 
r.iriKo fur Ihrir <i« n I'lnvuig 
partners and atarltnc times 



VietortA b«Mb«ll •ntb«atMtii will 
th«^ •pMtevr apoK iM^y*d a**!" 
till* ■ —■o n ftt th* n«vml AtHl^tk* 
P«rli u ^ rwutt of th« dMlalnn 
rvaehod l«at nfkftt at joint mnettnir 

ot thm civic parkx roni m It i <•<• iiri.l r»>p- 
rM^ntatlv^n ..f \,irU>ijM mhli-n. ..r- 
iranl7« I liui« nf \ir|iirlji In ih.- I oun 
fll < •l).Tiiihi»'r ;ii 111.' I 111 II, ill jirf 
slf1»><| nvrr liy A h I »• r ni .-i n V\iIIi;mii Mir 

< h«ni, rhalrman of the park.i board. 

It waa dM4*4 tp rMoMimcnd to the 
City COHMU tk«t tiM aum of |275 b« 
•t»Mi4«4 lit tnaktnir alt*ratlonii to 

th» n«Wly-<'on(itrij. (Pfi clndPr trark at 
tlla Royal AihU-iir r.irk. whcr#>h\ tho 

■aid trark ■wouM l,. r>i.i\.-.i i i,, 
wllhlri thrc»> f.-fi ,,f thr k r i n . I - 1 i n . 1 

'h'r.-|,v l.rOvMUlK Mllfth l<- 111 .llHt.iir,/' 

Ih" hfur .- pl,,ir ,,ni| (hr outfr 
'■ f'T fh- l'",il l.a-.-halliTB to irlvo 

their uatruaa u good cloaa of thr- 
p4p«te> Rport. 

ThOM present at the meetlncr ex- , 
pftaatd the vl»-u ih, p,.-, ,, \ . i, - 

leflr Pnrk shoiil.l I m.- , iril ..-n- 

■ra - 1.. • • ; n i; j,-i.nir.,| whiT.Mn all many 
I ran, hef. of mw.rr poaelblo coUld bo 
f-nrried on n^i I - n all athtetie or- 
sanlBatlona ahpuld co-op«r«t* la 
order thai ayah aa. okJaeUva aftlsht 
become a positive reality. 

In openinc; the meetlnc Alilprmnn 
Marchani < x iir -'.^.^^f-.i itw iiop*- thai 

nome nrrnn;;tii\.rii .i.iil l lif rni'l.' mo 
lh«l iifiii'.-i t|,,, i,;,Kct,,,|i intprrNiw nor 
thf> i.f 111.' <itv wiMihi I,,' put 

I" ■!"> iiH'iiiivpniencc '^'f'i.t,-h the 
Jaylng out of the lloyul Athletic 
yrounda. He invited thoae praaeat to 
■Ubmit thfit opinlone aa ta bow tbey 
thought tb« recent controvarar over 
the propo«e4 locaUon of ^la baaaball 
dl«mo»4tln the park could be beat 
broushi *o a fiatl»ifn( tui V aotutlon 
Mr. M. <; KuntPt in'-^'ld'-nt i<f the 

\ I' ic.ri.i HfnI.M Atnat.Mjr 

l.»-,i>;.|.- iM.iiii..,) niit th.ii ihf (iPKaul- 
zHi "'i V I- in-w I <<iu\t<ttf\ of three 
tettiiifl, »\ ii iiu,j eftch made an 4n- 
veetment ..f several hundred doU^ra 
la aqulpn^nt, etc., and wtaleh Wfre 
•kth latataated in the preeervatlon 
•I a «oo4 pterin* Held for the carry- 
lav on of IrartOHB blhde of apon. They 
wanted to aee bleycllnr, foon-an 
rtinninf rare*, larroeae and othei 
branchf-n of athietir activity piogt eai 

hAr^, nn well as bH'^<>l)ulI. 

The Hpriikcr th.it thr imly WHy 

out of the dlnputp that the himftiall 
league r<>ul<l fee wnn for I hf> l'ark« 
t'ommlttec to move back the cinder 
track to within three feet of the 
*raadaund, aaaertln* that aueh 
action would protaet the Inttfaata of 
the eycllata and aaaura them of their 
ttaek. but would aa well permit the 
hpme plate of the baaeball diamond 
bftalt kept clear of the track and en- 
able the ball learur to provldf. their 
fana with Kood-olaHH l>u«i»'hnl' llr 
c laimed that to place the hoii:.' i.i.n.. 
in the pr.)pO!«P(l sp,,r im the In.sl.ie 
the ilnder trn. . .« uid only prove 
detriment to the baaeball gaaie. 



Alderman Cullin aaid that he 
thottVht the nty CounHI would bark 
the Ctty Pnrk.". rommlttee In Its re<-- 
<iTii nie nda I :o n tli.ir ijic .imlti trarl, 
be tnov»>cl bai k iu ar< t ihf Kr.in l 
atanri a' $275 ewtlniaied c.sf 1 1 1- 
i«'it'1 thi' t),^ ■ 'irnrrw of th<- T.fk 
iiiKi- I.. I. I. linked, ih.- ' in- 
<iiT'. r.-rni)\p(| fri»m the portion of the 
tr.i k In front of the arandatand and 
placet! on the pro p eaed new loeatlon 
of It. Hia aUtement tbat he tlHDiuvbt 
that auch a daelalof would, meat the 
atiuntlon waa ro«elv*4'by the aaaam- 
biy wHh apptenna. 

Mr. B. W. Watber thouirht It' 

wailM ba-tolly tr> rxjSrrt til. vrlf. riders 
to ride on »n un. (^irn ploifil .inder 
Irnrk. ami ili.i' an 1 1 n • ■ . in ) ■ 1 r I ri| 

rirnjen wml.l tr -imply a waxte of 
monr\ Mnwpypr m reaponae to a 
'lirert queatlon fnmi Alderman Mar- 
bant aa tb.wheibrr he thoQ^ht that 
t)v> new propoaal of movinc back 
the cinder track would be aatlafaetary 
to tka eycllata, be reapondad In the 
alllffttatlTa, 

That tka oerrfet thlnp ti> dt> would 
be to meVe the cinder track t>ack to 
the stand \\:tn Alderman lit-war'M 
declar.itlon Mf> nald he was ' wnrry 
to aer •! , r r; .ide over the laying 
out of the Brounda." aayinr that he 
iM'in t think auch an attitude reaultad 
In the promotion of aport In vaBfral. 
Me favora<» tba Royal Atbletlc Pvrk 
being made. a real central playing 
ground, pointing out that good g»tes 
ware aaAenttal to the aecurlng of good 
■port at the park 

.Ml I A !:r.i.||pi ,.f ih.> Tour (."« 
• ti' ilainiea that the mov- 
ing 1 1 1, . f the cinder track to three 
feet of the grandaUnd would prove 
dangarou» to the bicycle ridera, who. 
coming araund tka eornera of the 
traeit at eoaai4arabla apeed. might 
oraak intet tk* atenda. He NURgeated 
that. In the event of the nty council 
derllning to a ppi oprla i •• ih.- sum of 

UTT) for altfratlon.s li. the Ir.i.k. thf 
'' ' ' ' ' ' I it 1 ,. , h,i riK-*'.l io that the 

^^'mM br locHteU in the 

■oiirli. ,,r the park, and that 
th.- kian.iHtand be extended In an 
eaHt.,i> directloh eb that a portion of 
It would ultimately ba foukd babind 
the koMa plate. 

<'oii:rT (III Da tea 
AbJerniHo Dewar auggeated that 
'lubii ot curious sporU propoaing to 
utillae the Royal Athletic Park thia 
year flrat appoint commltteaa to con- 
fer with one anokhar concernlnK ir 
■ired dAtea for playtbg on the grown,!, 
before making application t.. tbt 
P«rk8 Committee for daten ThI.i f.ro 
poBal met with hearty approval, and 
all dealred datee, mihn.iii.'.i i,\ hh 
branchea of aport m'l-' ... 
John Kaxter, aecretary to the Mayor 
Victoria, apd alao of tka pwka 



J 



FIVE C'S WiU MEET 
THE INCOGS TODAY 



JACK RENAULT WINS 
HUM YORK FliiUT 




IN-fraiA Jaok lK>nrMVO 

^Halr Jaa 
liovlae 



Th re- \' :i I uc lip 
at.. s.-hrt1 11 l«-.| fir ] 
ila \ H nil on. it i 'o w 
I will tir .It h.inif 
Jteacon Hill, thr \ |. 



. r li K .-I 111 ,1 N )i i-s 
n, I 1 « 1 1 1 IJ n . I M I o 
|. t: II. Tbc !■ i\ 
1.1 I lie In' ogM at 
toria I I.I r lrquln» 



wilt play the Oowicb«A Wanderera nt 
the Jubilaa MoalrtUi groanAi, mU thr 
Two Cm will meet the AlbtoM nt the 

L'nivemlty Rchool. 

viri..r,i vtiii up t« Puaean to 
play Cuwichan. 

The Albiona' team will ba aa iol> 
low*: N. V. Ptte. ip. D. rreeman. T. 
Hogarth. H. W. Thomaa. H. Lethaby, 

H: <i. Mcllmoyle. K. Smith. K Ho.s 
aom. A. Adamx, K. Jordan and K A. 

Will, ox 

The following playem are re- 
queHte4 to bo in front of The Coioniet 
office ahnrp at t:4S to play for Vic 
torla againat Cowtekna: O. C. Orant. 
A. Cos, v. Wataen, O. N. LaMay, r. 
W. Barber-Rtarkey. B. Famar, R, 
Bryden. 11. Robertson, A. Wllpa* C 
Straker and A. Uooth. 

At the Jubilee HoapltAl tba («>llow- 
ing playora will rapraaaat the Harie- 
qulna: J. Mntaeo. K. Varrall. H. 
HIaaadale. H. Wella. F. Wallace. V. 
Maurice. H. Cantroll, F. H. Allwood. 
A r Nfitckall. B. Wngki an4 4. JB. 

(•oodw In 

HOfF STANDS PAT 



^ NKW YORK. May 7 - Jack KmauM 
Canadian heavywciKbt .lut |...iiit»..i 
J.ick r»emave. of N, « York, in ;i lame 
irn ronn.i f.-iitir. |.,.ut at VadtaOa 
.'-^iiuare (i.irden tonight. 

UeaMva. nlwaya ofi the aggreaaive. 
ruahad Ma foe throughout the fiRhi 
but he waa ontbozed and outfo„KtM 

at every turn. The crowd i.o.i. ,i ih.. 
exhibition, largely beraune ,,f 

■ uilf.M 1.1, ii,., 1,1 ri fii?«irn{ t" I "III.' . Ill 
I" ' "pen I nil fit b! r ( .■ I ,, n,. .1 la ii 
''■"'I I" l"T ■■r I ..■TO i\ . M, T ,,f 

Ibr wkirnilahr.-, but failed to follow 

b'.i .i.l\aniagea. Renault cut Damavr 
iM liy about the tafce with hia jab.< 
i .11 failed to arora a knockdown. 

Kenault walghad l»m pounds a II. I 
••■ikva IISH. eleven thousand pcr- 
■ona Mild l4l,T«a to aca tka benta. 



A.Btmdle of Tricks 

In a Small Parcel 



M 



loc lumilf, 
.■ one ol the two leading 
for the welterweight title, 
(ieorge I.«vine. of Brook- 



Rcfuam to (°om|M-i4' at San Franciaro 
Weatem Trip Appeals 



of n.ii'M.,. 

c o n f r r 1 1 1^ t 
oa I (lot III r J 

iM' in I he ten-round aeml-final to the 
.lark Renault -Jaak Damar* haav^ 
weight feature match at Madiaon 
Squara Oarden tonight,. Tkera were 
no knockdownx. 

malonf: wi.n.s r.Asii.Y 

iEOMERNlt OWENS 

SKATTM-;. .Viay 7 —Jock Malone. of 
St. Paul, middleweight, won an aaay 
six -round drrlnlon over Brnl* Owens. 

of Angela, In tba main avkat of 
an outdoor boxing «ard heira tonight 

Joe WlUon. of \"anrou\er. HC. 
mlttrtlewelBht, kno. krd out Paul Luaik, 
a n,T\y flKhter. In thr last rOUUd Of a 
achcdulcd alx-round bout. 




Veterans to Play Nanaimo 
For Province Cup Today 

Victoria's Representatives at Full Strength for En- 
counter on the Mainlar|d— Nanatmo Leaving 4nks 
Morning for Deciding Cjiampiotiship C6nte^t 



B08TOM. May William Prout, 
ehariman of the foreign relations 

committee of thr Amateur Athletic 

Unl-r: -.11.1 I.Mlav !h 1' M I l.arlir Iloff 
la physically until for campetltlon the 

A.A.U. will be the very fint to Offer j 
htm a helping bfsd. 

"Nobody wasta kim to endanger hia 
health." aaitf Prout. "Bob", Weaver, 
of Loa Angdiaa A.C., a membbr of the 
committee, ia furnlahing ua with the 
facta In the matter. He reports he 
seea no rrason why Hoff mn not fiil- 
flll hia promlae given early In March 
to agatpata in Ban Pranclaeo." 



ur and a b.ilf furlongs 
• ' ; 1 . f-n wiMid ), $25. «0, 



of 

board 
.Mr 



l/Tonard 



, ■<'>»?Ol Truatee 

.f William c. Maroaby. Mr. t»aroy Wat- 
» I aon aid oekof^ alao apoke during the 
I moaf* — 



lUng. 



89mde mi€$ VUi9k 
\ Ftui Six FiirlMiff 

At Jm w mita Trmek 

NEW YORK. May 7.— Earl Sande 
rada Volute througK the faateat aix 
furlonga of the meeting in the Olym- 
pic Klakon at .larr i ■ <■ ■ r,ia\ 
beating .Searplon and .\t .. i : b.i M.iitin 
It wan \'oltalc'n first >.(ait of thr 
neason and he covered the distance In 
1:11 2-t. 

The Parkway puraa at Jamaica wen) 
to Adola witk Undo Hpod aaeend. and 
Pktusaat third. Time for the flva 
fuHdnga waa ;KI 4-C eeconda. Tn the 
tMrd race, the Clarrmont H.indliap. 
rllriue b^ai Howland s Reaueni and 

iirii I at ovrr a mila a*4l Bovakty 

yard"! m i 4 4 3-1. 

Kdi..t.. of the Seagram VUbIa, 
M»red In the t7,6*0 Pimllco Spring 
IttPtfieap over Joy l^moke and 
Hinglefoot. The time for the mfla 
and a alxteenth was i:4:>. 

The Bqultablr Hundicap .It I'inill. I) 
want to Maniadan. followe.l by HIr 
I'Oonlde an.l I.>vj<ijn. the mile and a 

• Ixirrnf I I -IC • ' • '-rr ,| I „ I (7^ 

VICTORIA GUN CLUB 
WILL HOLD SHOOT AT 
COieWOODQN SUNDAY 

The Victoria Oun Club Will hold; a 
trapabooting eompaUtian at tka Ok)* 
wood race traqk tfkp ftwnite on flun- 
dny, oommonelag at i*'M n.m. Am 
munition can be obtained on the 
g^unda. 

At thlS'shooi thrrc \T I ' I hr i num- 
ber of \aluahlr • I • i. , , ,, com- 
petition. These ,11, iiiil.- 1 >,. I ,,|,.nlKt 

Perpetual t'up. the Ped.n Cm^ ■ 
Handicap Cup, the UumbarMonr Hitrh 
Average Cup and tka WongarJltraight 
Bkoot Cup. 

Of thead trephlea ail except The 
Coloniat Cttp are open to all com- 
pgtllora. Tka latter trophv la for 
mombora o^ tka clu b only. 

SOCCER TEAMb 1 OK 

TEST MATCH PICkl.D 

Til. 1 c >' ' . l«'.in't f ...1). (11 execu- 
tlvr ^. ■ I I , .. . >.,. team^ 

which will inert Wednesday next 
ai S:tO at the Royal Athletic Park 
m tka teat nuttck to aid tke aeleotlon 
opmmittoo In pMdag a ra pr aaaatative 
tonm to play Iftp MMMl ' •mMtau 
k^ next montS:' -flM'tdamd arb ■■ 

follow*: 

Redn r.r -'Mfn: W'ntf .in. I \\'h\i» 

T h . > r o r 1 I I ' i .,11 1 1 . ) 1 . < ► 

Stewart, .Muloahy. Walt, Warren and 

Cterkaea: TuekWell. Koberilaon and 
J, Wktt raaarvaa. 
' BfuaO OT r i mptow: Campbell ani 
Meaher: Shiinka. Ped^n and Hay: 
Cumminge rameron. Coulter. Smith 
.ind Thi<m,.«.> Mnrwao4| HagMor gad 
rhlllifMi retCrvea. 



Boy Sm Leading 

PRI.VCE ntPKRT May 7 .Sid 
Boya. Weatern Canada titleholder. to 
date haa a lead of 40 pointa over 
Jack McMillan Ip the ch-miplonahlp 
billiard aerlea being played here. 



I>A8ADBNA, CiA.. Mgy 7.—Ckarlea 
HeS tedig reitamtod hia datarmina- 
tlon not to appear in San Franclaco 

tomorrow and declined to discuss 
further his relations with the A.A.I". 

I.c.-^ ,\.\<;KL.K8. May 7. — The VVeat- 

I I . r Cbariia Roff appaara to be 

.1 iin end. 

L'nlaaa the Norwegton ,pole valutar 
appaara at San Franclaco tomorrow he 
will be barred from further compe- 
tition in thIa country. l.«te yesterday 
the vaulter. vlaiting here for thi- .ia\. 
was Informed of Nrw V..rk A A 1. 
ofTlcluls' decision to thin effect. In 
rrplv h.. iritrratrd bis Htatement that 

he would not appear at the Hay City, 
beentiaa ka waa In poor eonditlon. 

Uifie Match Postponed 

NEW i;ORK. May 7.— The pmrral 

atrlka In Kngland ha.it brougbi post 

ponement of thr rlflr matches be- 
tween a l.'nlted .States team from the 
Seventh rteglmrnt and the Queen..* 
We«tmlnst«y and Civil Hervice marks- 
men acheduled for Blalay. Bng.. May 



Coach Is Indispensable to 

Making uj Great Athlete 



iiupuisible to See All One's 

f'ractibiiig 



Own Faults in 



Bv CHARLES HOFF 



(Caerrlght, 



"•J)'' ■»•«••. OMst nntala. aa4 all other aaaatriea by 

. Merth Aiierieaa Mwhaeper Al l laaee. All rigkts reawfid.) 



XXIi-Thc IfidispenmbU 

Coach 

There Is a cood ....irli brhjnd rvery 
great athlrtr no I 1^ i\fr made 

hIa reconln unuideil I'hia ia true Of 
boxers, •iwimmers .ami football ptey- 
era, aa Urell aa .track men. 

What la tko.raaaon for thia? Why 
«ap'|t-aa ntklate read about how ihingn 
ara dane attd fellow the hooka alone? 
Aad. whv IH It bettor^ to have a poor 
coach than no < oach at alt? 

Only an athlete who haa tried it 
himaelf can give a aatlafactbry anawar 
to thaga .<iiiaaU«na. 

Tka raaaoa tkat an athlete can get 
nowhere without a coach, even If he 
baa atudled toeknique very thoroughly 
Is that It ia abeelutely impossible for 
him to see and rontrol bin own faults 
No Minn has sii. b muarijlar sense that 
III iio\ Rii' ii iiL.ment he ran asy a>- 
actly where he haa eaflh Itmb. 

He ^ay think that he M doing the 
exerclae eorrdctly. ajid it may be quite 
«rall done. too. but tkore will always 
ba.aame anaaU migtakaa wklek he can- 
not poRotra ktkigolf boenuae he u 
'insMe to aee them from tkf outaMa 

viewpoint. 

Olimanl TimlMHaa 
Beaidaa, aa« taek«i«iM doaa not ault 

everybody. A abort aprfnter and a 
tall aprlnter ennkot uaa the same 
alerting position, any more th,in two 
dllterentiv developed poU vaiili»r.< ran 
Use fh». i<srii». \rio1llnr h. i.iii^ 

V'ai . ,ni; .. I . ■ ^ U-rt, 

of 'hr cr.~i!r., inip.irlHnce An ath- 

«h.. I .« jf-arned all th«r« la to 
< hooae the technldue boat 
< his body, but a beginner 
cannot Judge. 

Of courae. all coMkeo are not 
equally good: tkera ia an Immenee 
diltoranro betwaan them: hot «fiii 
And that t^eackaa who arr , 

practice ran develop t^r.. , > H 

MAa. 

Tkia la bciause u la noi tiureclly hia j 



1«>I e 

' r 'I 
V . 1 1 t c 



technical knowledge wklok makes a 
good coach. It ia payckologica i 
knowledge. An athlete muat aee his 
muoter In his coach. The roach must 

Obte'k * certain powrr nor Ibr atb 
lete, hold him In his h.-md mo that he 
knows the man will do rxnitlv as hr 
is told At thr «a rn r, limr hr must 
he.om- b,.i frirnd talk about terh- 

nirai results with him and Increesr 
the interest of the athletOv 

In other worda the coach muat in 
apire kla man. Having « eoaek who 
impaoaa tmiaing koura alao makea 
for much more regiiTar training than 
tfcOs"'- • 

onlj One 4 »a( h In .Nonnay 
Here In Amarloa It ia aaay for an 
athlete to g*t ooaaking beeauae all 
tke duba ara rick andugk to haVe one. 
and the aanta la trtie of the roiiegea 
But condltiona are entirely different In 
Kurope, and e.^perlally in .Srandinavia 
where there is scarcriv i int. .» Mf-h 
haa a coach. Thr u n i \ ™ . • . • •• .. i . ; i 
worae: tka profeaaora think athletlca 
make poor MttdoMa, mad #ork afalnat 
Athletlca. 

The ceacbaa ara employed by the 
athletic unioaa. aad In all Norway 
there la oaly one eoaek at preeent. 
Under theae conditiona It ia of course 
hard for al>eg1nner to get any help 
It is about ss hard for a novice to win 
attention ther* b.« if i« for an extra 
In the movtea b»-ir- i,. catch the eye 
of Ih* director. They both kgve to 

show flret tkat tkgy oak 4* aome 

thing. 

That I am a pal* vauttor toSay I 
owe eaUraly u aiy aaaak. Krelgaman 
1 dida't Ufc* tkla agOM at all. aad pro- 
te«ed agalnM dolag It. but tka sure 
ay* of my eaa^ «a« trkat I 
auited for. aad kli 

hetd m* to It 

. - I' .. .. I. I „ .... Kralga< 
man • orders for six years 1 baow 

*k*t a cakA meaaa t* aa atklata. 



-lfo« TeNa «f Uw 



Baeimg td Jmarti 

JUARBK. Mex.. May T.— Reaulta of 

rnclnit today follow: 
l-"i r-ii I .1 1 (■ f 
alorili n.i I I 

17 00, 14.60. Kaywood, 113 (Tatea). 
15. <0, 15.20; Qllliflowar. 11* (Hi 
gurea), 18.00. Time :57. 

Second race, six furlongs — Mary 
Maud Carr, 106 iConklln), |8.<0. 

18 00. 14.00. Krntna (! . 97 ( Dono- 
Khuei, J 1 4 00, 16 40; Doctor Tubbs. 
no (Uatton), 16.00. Time 1:16 4-5. 

Third raee, four and a half fur- 
longa— Davie L. Mllla, 111 (Williama). 
$3.80, 83.80. 12.80; Baby Doll. 98 
I Halluntyne), $8 60. $,'. fiO, Little 
Huck. 103 (Colllne), 13.00. Time 
.0:-. 4-5. 

Fourth race, aix furlonga — Polntex, 
111 (CelNaa), tlS.tO. 15.40, fS.OO; 
Little Hope, 111 (Greenwood), $4 40, 
$2.80: Biddledee. 108 (Imlg), $2.80. 

Time 1:15 1-5. 

Klfih raee, five furlonga — Chick Up, 
101 (Tataa), $5.2*. $s.**, |>.4*; 
Krlpp*a, lit (Xaakrld), 11.90, $2 40: 
Rivcria, 11* (Uldley),' |2.40. Time 

:.i9 15 

.-^ixtb rare f,v. and a half furlonga 

•'"11 ^' " ' 109 iDonoghue). 
I!-'. 00. $14.00, $7.8»: Go Fola. 106 
iLaidley), H.4*. IS.**: Pnbtiaher, 

116 (Roach). 12.80 Tlinr 1 07 3-.'. 

Seventh race, mile and one-eighth 
— Nans Fortune, 106 (Wilson). 
$10.20. $6.40, $3.40; Dustman. 101 
(Robertson). $12.20. la.lO; Rapid 
Traveller. IOC (Laldley). |l.t*. lime 
1:65. 

Overnight Km rice nt Jaarrx 

First race, four and a half fur- 
longs CanvaMback. 112: Castle 
Crown. 110. Pigmy, 103; Danle. 101; 
I.awrrn-r. 112; Old Sinner, llj; 
Hhady Urook, 112; Kaywood, 112; 
Pretty Mally. ll*; Bulao Rom, 101: 
Trlppawa. 110; Emma O,, 101. 

.Second rnce, six furlongs KaNr 
Alariii, 109, .yaint Pierre. 10!», dm- 
xnr. 107. Tom lirooks, 108; St. Peter, 

109. VorowaM 109 FaUcltoiia, 1*1; 

Doctor Tubbs, 108. 

Third r.Tce. five fUrlonga — Louie 
l allon. lot: Jamea Nealy, 108; Harry 
•M . 1*1; Jack Colinet. 100; nuel'a 
Mly. II*: Uttle Reb. 100 Aguir A 
98; l.uke Martin, 111; I-illipuiian^ 
100; Kslry Rose. 98, Kay King. 98. 

Fourth rare, fivr and one-half fur- 
longs -C W. .iark„,n. 113; Smart 
Horse. 112; Little Hope, 111; Z^aoaard 
Thomas. 110; Bteaaor W., 1*1; Fat 
Carter, 11*; Hgpaburg Mlaa, 11*^ Miaa 
Paige. l*t. 

Fifth race, five and one-half fur- 
longs — Cocksure. I89: .Marae John, 
no Srqiian, lOS. Dan Ifogan. 113; 
.Marjorle Wood. 106; The Nepbew. 
108; Flo«-er of BdetR 89. 

Sixth race, one mile— MarveUte. 
96; Jolly Cephaa. 86: ConUrt, 108- 
Klaxy Maa, 111; Super<^r. Its': 
Hands Up, Farkapa. ill. 

Seventh raee. aovon furlonga — 
Cloom Oirl. l*l: gunhow. in. \\>iry 
I'lck. 113: Simplrlon. 10?. I.atinha 
109, Mattlc Bent, liO; lilack 
409 Servitor, lii;' ifarwlla 

116. 

Track — Clear and faoL 

Overnight KntHca at Salt f«kc 

First r,are. fl r furlonxs •Mzette 
U.S. Batchelor Nrph 98. •Runolathe 

109; Perrlchen. 102, Eacapader. lU; 
Miaa Leater, l*r. •Mr. C. D. Irwin 

entry. , 

Saeond race, five furlonga— VioTa 
Barton. Ill; Jack Ladi, loi. judith 
Falrvlew. 101; r, A. Comiskev. lOi; 
Horace Lerrh. 101; wild Thoughts 
101; Range King loi; fjreen r;old, 
101; Indlanoia. loi. l.auram. 101. 

Third rare four furlonga — Cullcan, 
111; Strife, inn Kaglr Wing, 111' 
Skootin. Ill; Palolo, 111; A. Fpn^l 
aaard. ill; Aaaaait, it*. 

Fourth raeo. five furlonre^-Cal- 
thaa. Ill; Oaorge Starr. ll<; Cederir 

111: Kubale. 111. Fleer. m My 
Friend Pat 111; Oaneral Average. 
106; Operator. 1**; Ftaafagaa*!, 1*1 

fill !• i,,ol. 10 1 ' 

' ra.e one mile — Billy Tbdd, 
!'^ Melachrlno, »5; Allover. IJJ 
KUiy oibaoa. 1**: Jaek Fktrman. ill. 

Sixth raoa, mil* aai4 aav*aty yards 
— F*p Ryaa. ill: Sne o* Ua«. ii4 
Jay Maa. HI: /.ing. 104; Hay»ead, 
l*t: Bine Dale. lo}. Dr Blueo. 114. 
H. Warren, 111 

Seventh rare. Fulrrlty Cooroa, 
about six fur!onge— Muchobiiya, Ml- 
Phelan. 11?; Bobby Allda. |*t: 
Woaderltttht. I*t: Laeky Cat, l*t; 
Btk«l Rrava. 1*7; CkaocBatlaii. |*t; 
Cat. laliar . i*i. 

Wacfc—Oaady aad 



J.\Ml::i» .MAiiKK (lUght Halff-Back) 
Thia little I^ncanhlre lad, for he wan 
born at SI llrlri|.< i- ,i mitr of lUr 
feet thrrc incbc.M ,iii<l i.'iO pound.v. 
.ind Im sure to rivet all ryes, for he la 
a box of trlck..». Mis resource Is 
boundlesa snd enables him to over- 
comr all the difflculiiea Qtat hia 
ihvKic.Ti handicap might pfeaont. 
i^orn in May, 1I89, he waa raar*d at 
Wldaaa and at the ehureh aebool 
played aoccer and runer. Racaping 
from the hands of the achoblmai*er 
he was ao Intrepid aa to take ui> the 
Northern ITnion game, but bia par 
rnl.M con.sidcred this pa.vtliiic Imi daii- 
grrou.i foi Mj( b a wrr fellow . ,So he 
rrverted to miorcr with junior Cluba, 
but the war broke .mt. and although 
only sevrnti'en br pot Into tka SoUth 
Wales Borderers In 1916. At laat he 
was tranaferred to the l«7tb Labor 
Company, and an offlcer, who waa a 
keen aupportar of Waat Bromwich 
Albion, aaalBg the boy playing in 
regimental matchea, actually ob- 
tained hia aignatlire for the \ 
while he waa oh srrvirr. i;. 
borne In Krbruai> : • ; i Mii^,-,. ,,,1,, 
mencril football lif.- pr o f ....^sl i. na I 

in Ih.- ii.isltii.ii of an iiimIiIp forward 
In I'M 'I 11 w .-4t itrotnwicb won the 
Chan.|.i nW.i|. ..f (hr leaKUf with a 

record number of points and Magaa 
took part in twantyfour of tkaaa 
Btrenuoua gamea. Ultimately It was 
thought that he vr'ould n^ake a capital 
hatf-baek and he was put in that 
poaltlon. He played right half-back 
againat Walea a^ Cardiff in .March, 
1928, and againlit Scotland In April. 
1925, the Idea in the latter cas» bein- 
that Magee would be ablr to cope 
with Allan Morton. the liimlnutivr 
Scottish outside left who had baffled 
all the big men. The theory dfd not 
quite work out. Nevortheleaa, Magee 
Is vary ahrtwd aad ao. clever aa to be 
poalUvaiy aauwiag. 



■III.- Xclcriii.- f,i.,tlpan tram took 
the boHl !a~i mslit foi \ ini .>u\er, 
where toili\ ih.y will no . i ^ inalmo 
city In the filial game for the Province 
Cup aUjI the socoer champlonahip of 
Hritlah Columbia. The Veterans have 
already rogkdered a vletofy over 
.Vantiimo thl* ^aaaoa, but aince that 
ii IV boiii have alterad tkeir teama con- 
I I i'lai u an t today'a fight will be u 

I ii.-innaiM ,,ni. for both y|dr.< 
! Tin Xilcr.iii.i arc 1 1 <■ ! . I J ti :.- ilr- .-.iinr 
I 'c.im .1-. w. ored their sui ccaM m r i 
i .South Hills, as follower Bri'i;;r>. 
Campbell apd Merodltk; Bowman, Mc- 
Cortniek akd Praaton: FMlltpa, Cam* 
eron. Mirfiald, Smith and Clarkapn. 
Thoraett and lllckenaoo are tho re- 



Mi. \I .y 7.— Nanaimo City 
ivAiix leavea oa .Seturday 



football 

morning for \ uncouver, wharo It will 
meet the Vletorla Votoraaa at Con 
Jpaea* •Pari In tka ftaal for tka Prey> , 
laa* CiBPk emblematic of tk* Provta- 
clal championship. Kxruralon rate* . 
prevail on the .-tcimrr t.. \ «ii.ouver ' 
on Saturday, .m.l .i Lirxr crowd of 
football cnthusl.^^t^ will acco ni p.i n>' 
tbc iram .in.l boo..<i for the locale to 
«in the l'ro\ in.l.i I . b.i in ploaghip. 

Thr .Nanaimo team haa booa eel acted i 

a..; follows: • . , 

Ueal, Koutla^ga: ba^ba. DIeklnaea , 
and Rdiiiunda: halfaa. Knight, Me- « 
Farlane and Kennyr forwarda. Wil- 
■oa. Clarke. Cowie. Stobbart and ' 
Appleby. 



CrUkei Ahmnioned 



i.,i'n 
' I ill t; 



LONDON. May 
cricket match b4 



7. - The 

cricket match between the 
touring Auatraltan . team., and 
Geeez. at Leyton. waa aban- 
doned today on account of rain. 
Only a few minutr..^* ploy was 
possible brforr and .ifl. r luni h. 
The Australians in. r. ,isril their 
score of yeaterda) to for 
nine wickets and thrn declared. 

Hendry, not out, with aeven- 
ty-Ofif .runs to his credit yes- 
tacdag, waa l^kiaaiaaad wltkoat 
addlnr to kia aeora. Bill* aa4 
Malley wer* at bat whan tka 
Australian skipper decided to 
declare the Innings cloaed. The 
ICsaex '.I'll had lost two men 
w h'Mi ,1 1 a M I i ■ m mr n t wan made 
ii...s-,.,i\ < 111 more b.iii to re- 
tire when he waa Injured. 



Nomtmo Golf Club 
Playing Team Match 
At Colweod Tomorrow 



\y ashington Ball Team 
To Play Three Games 
WUh Vmneomfer'o Best 



following teams will oppoee 
' I her In the Interclub team 

til. Kill between the Nanaimo and 
Colwood cluba tomorrow at Colw*od 
with atartlag tlmaa. th* Naaalmo 
player being named flrat tn each In- 
stance : 

Dr. P i; .M;irKe.ioii \s, F 



s'bATTIJI. Kay 7.~A tbraa«game 
baaeball trip U Vaabottvtr. B.C., has 
been arranged for the University of 
Waaklagton baaeball .faam for May 
24 and 9S.' The tbama to oppoae the 

■ IliisUIrs" In the nrltlsh Columbia 
I itv .^ill be thr three leading line-ups 
of the \,uiioii\er .im.it'Mir baschull 
ieagties, ami llic t-ihriliilr rails for 
two battles on .Mom la\ Way L'4. to b. 
the features of .m iihink- pro- 
gramme, which has br< n .irr.inged for 
th* Queen'a Birthday celebration, 
witk tka tklrd ganM Ika day follav^ 

ing. 



-Noel Mcharlanr vs. J. H. 
-W. W. Mitchell va. H. Llaa- 



, Rinaa va. .H. P. Hedges 
R. Hlndmarah va. G. V 

C. Cunningham va. C. I. 



10:;-, 
Thomns 

10 20 
Find lay. 

10:1» 
ham. 

1*:16-- F, 

• :40^R. 
Simpaoa. 

t:4l— T. 
MacKanalo. 

8:6* — Dr. Mclntyre va. J. M. Wood 
W. <Jlaholm vat T, C. S. Gai 

linl 

^ • J. K. Simpaon va. t..s. Mc- 

I'ber.ion. 

n:3,^ .1 A. Coleman vs. W. W. Hall 
10:00— A. Lelghton va. C. Oaakam 
l*;*l — J. Ro(<ker *«. B R. dcerl, 

Huth Hits Homer 



YACHTSMCif TO START 
BUILDfllGIIBW HOUSE 

VaiKHiutcr < lull III M.ii. I.I 1 rChli 
Qaaricr.- al .Icrlr b, . HcaOll 

Wiiiioai l>ciu> 



Play Second Round 
09 L plands Ladies' 
Champlonahip Today 

Play In the ladles' championship 
tournament of tko Vplanda Golf Club 
will be resumed today, with tka Hal- 
lowing matcbaa to be decided : 
Ctuunpkmahlp 

Mrs. Wilding v.s Mr.- roco. k 
.Mrs. Fairbairn \s .Mrs Hepburn. 
Mrs. Iloyd vs Mrs. Sanders. 
Miss K. Fraser v.« IMIss Caaa. 
' Mrel niglit 

Mra. a. Maxwell va. Mra. WoUaa> 
den. 

Mra. BUki va. Mlaa Roao. 

Mra. Nickaon vs. Mra. flelgar. 

Mra. Uaew. r i M,,, rraaar. 

Mlaa iCcKkkthCan wlaa by 4*. 

fault. 

Mra, B. Tkdmaen va; Mra. flempta. 

t'liird niglif 

Miss .\I \ Cameron > M!.<n S. D. 
I • a Her 

Miaa Julia Aagua va. Mlaa Youag. 



Mi-^ Hargraa 

A n I tiony 

Mr .« i: i ;v r \ .« 



TB. MlBB & If. 



Mra. I^ovetand. 
The reaulta of flrat roun<l nvktchaa 
were aa followa: 



Chanplonahip 

Mr.*. Wilding drfeated Miss 

.11. X ,in(1 6 

^''■< l oi ... i. .i.>f.nt.-ii Mi^* Wolfen- 



Mag. 



Eiiia. 
Mia* Ro*a 



M I iiroairn defeated Mra. 

•i , , 1 1 . 1 1 

.Mra. Hepburn defeated 
at niaateanth gTeea. 
Mra. Boyd dofaatad Mra. Jaohaak, 

7 aad 6. 

Mra. Sandar* a«f*at*d Mr*. 0«lff*r. 

4 and 8. 

Miss K. Fraser 

Kriiser. 7 and 6. 

Mi-<« Caaa #*Cak«*« Mr*. Uaaaragtk, 

and 4. 



1 



Pat. 
Boy. 



NEW TORK. May 7.— Baba Ruth 
returned to the Tankeea' lineup today 
and banged out his sixth homer of 
the seajion In the flrat inning of the 
game with Detroit, aaoHttg. Otfiria 
aheaii of him. 



VA.NCOUVKR, May 7.— With the 
neceasary $82,000 aubacrlbed, the 
Royal Vancouver Taokt Club will 
commaa** the *r*etloa of a n*^ elab- 
houaa and laadlag fleata at Jarteko 
Beaeh. coating that aum. wUfcla the 
next few weeka, or Just aa *6on aa the 
nerraeary legal formalities in the way 
of formal approval of foreshore rights 
and mooring p^l\llr^;r,^ can be frcured 
from the Provincial and Federal 
fiovammaata. 

i:^UlMALi bUiiOHS 

Only one sorrer game has been ar- 
ranged for play in Victoria today. The 
Saaniek Tki«tt«* wlti play Baquimalt 
aeniera at the Royal Athletic Pnrk in 
a friendly game, fcaqulmalt are fleld- 
ing the team which will play for them 
In thr Connnught Cup serlaa and the 
Thistles tram will be as follows: Roee, 
Kennedy. Price. (;andy. Crowe, Ivlnga. 
Campbell. Mlnnis. Burna, Ketman add 
' ving. Kirk-off will be at S p.m. 



Mra. K. Wilaea «*eMt*< Mr*, 
Elliott. I aad I. 
Miaa MoNkl^taa 

Ishister. 2 and 1. 

.Mrs F ThomaaO 
Hlacocks. 3 and S. 

Mrs sempi* araa fraiB Mr*. 

by default. 



P. m. 



4«f*a«*« Mrs. 



Mlaa M. A. 
Areklbald. 1 up. 
Mlav S. D. Fraser 

Menendea, 7 and 6. 
Miss .luiia Angaa daf*at«i^ Mr*. J, 

A. Cemeron. I and f. 

Mlsa T K. Young 
Anthony, 7 and 6. 



Sportive Punches 



By the "QJd Un"- 



Mrs, J. Hargreaves, a bve 
Mlaa C. M. Anthony defeated Mra. 
Hatt, I and 1. 

Mra. E. Bva, a bye. 
Mra. Lovaldad. a bya. 

Gordon ( up Shoof 

Postponed One ^ eek 

Owing to unforeseen rirmmstancea 
nrislng out of the visit of Hia Excel- 
lency the Governor-Oeneral, tk* e*m< 
petition for tko Oardoa Oip, which 
waa to kaua baok kald at Heata Range 
on May li, kaa b*en poatpnnr,] ,,ne 
week, and wil^ now Uke place on 
May 22, un4*r tk* *•«* 
ments. 



The Old 'en has to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of two worka 
of art from sportsmen of the ctty. Altkoaite Soallag Witk v*ry dlff*r*kt *uk'- 

Jects each Is a veritable masterpiece, 

• ••••• 

Uafortunately It ia imposaible to roproduce th*m In thia column for the 
beneflt of our raadara, otkarwla* th* Old '|Jk 1* aore tkat tkey would make 
a Mg bit. 

'e e e • • e 

nwtloalarly ilic rrlf-lkCting mrrnr. Or Is If wrrstbn i i.. . < nMK Ik 

tf, aayflOW, ao it must tv one or the other, or hoih or p..n-.thi} golf 

• *•••■ 

With the other comes n < oupir of versea by Spakeypling, " Which are 
cerUlnly a rather caustic commentary on the feminin* t*a4*acl** Af lb* ac». 
The Old ( n auapecu that the gentlenwn wttk tka cempagit* aom-da-pl*me 
la an old bachelor aad rafk*«i to bO r**p«a*IM* for M* oflaloa*. k«t 
tk*m along for yaar coaaldoratlga: 

• e e e e e • 

On "Motber'a Day, - 

We old 'una prav 
Kor a real return 

Of thr mothers »»c ► 

Wh.i wrre good and true 
Unlike fUpp*r*BMthera of 



"-e aa4 



aad 



Today, tkagr aay. 
Mm "Malk^r'a Day." 
But mockara Jim. iiaar ar* all l*t* aad palai 

The mod^n rhlld haa 

No m • ■ 1 1 ' ' I . .. / T 
A e r » ' ■ I.- I ' . r I •! • ' J ' 1 ' 



sln't. 



oUI rliymaMvr, ilirjr'rc not ALIi 
all the mon 
• e e • • 

Talking of eoloratloa. tho OM t7a notices 
proved by tba riUaattau that tka Maa. or p 
Takatat Bay ragloa. la merely what la kn r 
bladl.baar. aad tkat black aad blae cub- 



tke 



• 

»h»f It 

' 1 r 

. ; , ,r 

in 



»..« recently been 
oetty In the 
■port of Ih* eoMl 

■am* Utiar. 



It la lo hr li<i|u^(i thni 

try of oar otic 
IT «* 




"1 



flM> 

Ho« 1 1 I, » ,,„|,| |„ 
tl»r earn,- ihtnc wrrr 



konM oa tko 



r- r.r 'hf optn 
-dazile. sowing 

laitka Aggoa 



* Pnlsr brnr long ag«a tgff. l«f| 

Wild eats before rgtaraliw u re 



Espino Wins Arizona 

Uundieap ai Jtumipm 

.VKW YORK. May T.-~ihgia*. X*«. 

tucky Derby candidate owned by 
William' Zlegler. Jr.. gained ,in impree- 
victory In the Arlxona H.pii, ,,, 
today, defeating Manford 
The mile and **venl|r 
„ n 1 o 4-1. Saafard, 

with Karl Sande eatrtde, morag gg 
from fifth ia Ih* atr*t«k, kat aspfao 
araat aloag wUk felai tg wta by balf 
a lokgtk. 



si \ r 

at .(amilr^ 
and t . 
yards wan run In 



NwUomimTrmhU 

Om Charge of frmmi 



» ar« 



HBT^BNA. Mont.. May 7. a 
rant rharglag "Bat" M*laga. fa 
world'a Hgktwolgkt boging rhampioa 
wHk Paaaing fraudulent cheo-ir, »«a 

toMOd karo late yesterday 
plalm of several Helena bualneaa ftrmA 
after »rvrr;»l of .Nelson's 
returned from a 



uaa wera 



Formal ( halh ngr From 

Tunney Is Turned Down 



M»v 7 Adhering to 
Harry Wills aa rhlef 
a heavyweight titi* 



.NEW YORK 
Its su pi.ort ..f 
roiil»n.|rr for 

match will. Jack JDompoey, tka State 
Athleti. commMaite i*ga|r rafaetad a 
formal ekallong* from Oene TuiMMy 
for a kmH witk the ehamptea. 

-asM^MasWBsasasrs 

The \ ictoru Oua Chik vffl bat^ IM 
r^ttr allMd «n4ay. iStt* a.**,, at 
th* oalwaad llaaa ttaefc. An ar* 



THE DAILY COLQNIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. SATUKUAY, MAY 8. lO.Y, 



13 




wod Shave 
7 ts Mot 
bust LucK 



Men who uae WnUama Holder 
Top Stkk fct (ood •havrt every 
day — even when ■ razor ■ulkt. 
And it leavm thm akin aa soft, 
cool and cm of or f ble as a cold 

will turprlM you. JS ccata. 
Rc-UMdaCor lt00it2S( 



li^lliams 

, Holder Ibp 
Shaving SKck 



(lARETTEENfiS 

mm m m 



lx>S8 or oi.n i'\ki.iamkm 
BlMii>iN«..s \riiciiu I iCD 
Id M«. II 11 l> lit IM ■^ 

Caaadlaa* Deacrtbed •« Bctac Wo«m 

- IT \ W,\ M , . S •■( \v.,iHlf'r ir 

>uu cciui^men know that there are 
nMMr-9MVl« In Caaada who ballava 

that the dlaMtroun Are which r. ni!' \ 
in (hfi dent ruct ion f>f th-' i .l ii.i 

Illl-nl llull'lUlK .11 iltT.i.N I Ml ; I ! h WHM 

«luo l() In f la ei iinttl)le iKiix r li.mki i- 
mid Mr. NouUn Cauchon. i)f Mi- 
Town Plaoninv Inatltuta o€ Caaaiiu, 
fa tb« eiMbva of an aMrwa tlran at 
a aMil^ aC tli« aasoal maatins of 
MMMfOft Vlra'PTCTantlen Aaao- 

■^aUW of Canada. 

"Tt '.n thouKht that Mi'iniH-rM who 
had iif n mjpvinK thf rpa<llnK room 
on the aftarnoon ot thm coaflacratlea 
had eaaaat-Hia al4rt af Um Maaa 

thrawtaig aada of atan an4 fl«»ir> 
»ttMi in tfia VKvr tMurtMta.** 

, I A ' !• rii f n ( \» ( ■< H [.) ri 1 (ir p'' m! I 
w irnlru; h ; Mr .J. M' 

■ KtiJii ■. . . |M -•.•-wil l! I ..f tka aa/>n 
elation, lo the ettmi that a yr^at 

matfy unauapc«tad fira haaarda 
•itate d whloh ahottld ^ deaa Avar 
witKi 

Caaaed hy Claarniip • 

"Miiny riri ". (vhrisr orlcln haa b^^n 
li'iirit»'ii a.* uni>ri".'i. .•.■■r^ almost 
certainly faUH/'il, In lhi> opinion of 
pxperta .who h^ve rnn<|vctad th^ Jji- 
veati«4tlona. "by hmtehaa or clvarielta, 
•nda t|ifown oarelaafly Into inflain- 
mabla »ap«r baakclta. In countleaa 
hoUki a*« etica building* thia r«al 
dancer exiata. and nbonhi l>a ra« 
movmi." aaid Mr McKendrlck. 

Hlr (;<iorg<? l-iinfr. In hia prcalden- 
tial addraaa. advocated th* aduoallnt 
ot Utt aliild alen* Vtm llaaa of llr« 
prataatlan as ana of tka moat afflca- 
cl0aa metboda ot aombattlny tha dan- 
irer and httt* loai'-'* Thr. v.iiu^ of 
moving picture fiim^ ua« Hguin 
•traaaed. Tho xoorf-lnrv. Mr <; I) 
KIrtlnyfiin In rojinrt. •■■t;4tcil that 

intorrHf in fti#» wrirk of th** 
naaoclatlon wiin Ix'ing tukrn by or- 
R.«nl7.cd manufftcturpra. and thia waa 
a good Oman tor tha futura. Thare 
waa alpa • irary deeidad taeraaaa In 
tha ■uanbar of aprlaklar ayataaia hc- 
Ing lnatkllad, and In flreproof ron- 
atructlon. The rpxllrxnoe rluu*^" tn 
the Criminal Cnrip rl^allnir w i, iw • 
loaaea h»'l .iiwi h.i.i ,i hrncf^ , " • 
aa had t'i»> LBsiiluiiy with which the 
l""'" ■>anle« were Inratl 

gating caaea of aaypoaad araoa. 
Wo ftvp ViocOTCloa 

' I" • 1 mil I'rf>\ Inrlal Are 
" "-''ii- i'oi-,i.. :( ,,111 to th^ conven- 
tifin I'.i- thrr, V, rr* nt 1 1 1 In Canada 
very many inunlrlpalltlea that had 
abaolutaly Ao flra prdCaotlen what- 
avar, not even a btleket brlrad.- 

Mr. F. H. Wentw 
•C the National I . I rot^rtlon Amo 
elation. Pnxton ,■. l y^,. 

aldarad ihi- hiiir>' iomm^^h .<n.i the 
apathy of the |,o.,t. r. towarda thaaa 
loaeea to a iiUfr .. \orth Amarlean 
paycholocy which had iu orlfte In tha 
fact that thay wora bent and brad In 
tha Mlaf that fha raaeuroaa ot tka 
country #ar# iiie»hauatlble 

build If: nil ' (if Haul, .ii/sirad ot fol- 
InwInE tho mora ratlomil methada Of 
tha inhabttanta of older countriaa. 

*1 a* iMt here to diacrlmnate be- 
ta^aaa your people .m.i ?ninr- ' t,,. 

OOntlnaad. "I n-lmit \rrr\: thi' th.. 
.\m««rl<"Il l: |||(- ii|,.>i! . (. . 

pi" In tlio worUI in dealing with llrr 

After a pauaa ha addad: 

"And tha 



ara 



HaMWy WiaaiiMl In 

Rt'nArKKT May 7.— Hunwry haa 
rirfinifoM ,1- ,irri to participate In 
ih- r.,M. , up rhaatpfMiahlp. Tha 
HonB^rian team Will ffliiy Aiyaaltna 
«t Rarr.ion*. and If nat alMilaated. 
will play ftpatn at MadrM. 



Learn to 
Swim 

Spdcial C1as<ies for Hntimi ii 

Now Formins^ 
Boyi and (iirls Over Seven Ycari 

II LdMMM im 

Saf», iMjr In.trti. t.<,r, >,v r"x[,rif, 
|p#<HdOaf Lc»»ons by ■^ppolntInent 

Call or Phone 

Y. M. C. A. 



Blanahard St. 



Phone .swm 



COLWOOD LADIES IN 
HNjUMAUCBHIDAY 



Mlaa Kajrward and Mr*. Parry U ill 

Mert la iMmt Taaolc for Clab 
^ CtMunptonahlp 

Th« aeml flnal round of the Udlee' 
ehampionahip of the Colwood Oolf 
and Country Club waa p|pyad yaatar- 
day with tka raauU OuU MMa aajrward 
and Mra. Parry ramaHl la tha mn- 
alag to contaat the flnal match for 
tha olMMRplonahip todity Mian Hiiv- 
aprd yoatafday beat Mm. wiirung hy 

f«nr and three aiKj Mtk Parry de- 
feated Mra AUell. two u|« 

In the firnl night Mra. Pooocli won 
from Mra. Iiurnea, two and one, and 
Mra. mavaap ilafaatad Mlaa Behwea- 
Kena, thraa Md two. * 

In ihn fterond fliifhf .M ( rowe de 
feated Mr^ Kirhards at the nineteenth 
hole and .Mra, JUMMWiMMI dpf^ated 

.Mi-9. I^waon 

' Lemgue Baseball 



ani defeated the Ht I.outa Cardinal*. 
7 to j,-la tbo aacond jgafnt ot th« 



v. 



PORTLAND. May T.<>-Portland 
took two gamea from T>oa Ant«lea be 

twacn ahov, . rN iri.i ih. ' ri' i :< 
a acrappy aff.ilr. n whi( li i w o .Xnitf-lH 
Heii" iiitiiriiMl for i| " ■! i f '■ I ! 'i « wMh the 
II III III • .-jnr! fill' rii'iiid. i-0, L/«'0 
MiitiKiMii pilrlnriK hli >A<'COgld gkOtrOUt 
Victory within a weeli. 

Ptrat aaaio->- R. H. n 

I'Oa Ajkflot ........... S I z 

I'ortlaad 4 t 0 

Batteries — E. JacelM, Hamilton, 
-Sandera and Hannah; Payne and 

Tf.htn 

.'^• TofMi Game — It II i: 

Ank'elaa 0 '< 

rortl.ind t 10 0 

Kaiierien E. Jacoba, Holmaa and 
.^andberg; Mangum and Berry. 

BAN FRANCISCO. May 7 —Sacra- 
mento handed out .i ti 3 irouiHinif to 
the MlaaionH lod.o in^- li.tntf-up 

t..il| hehln l ■ • . , !.■ •>;; pitching of 

Kalllo. The ^onalurs nicked Ludelph 

for faar ruaa ta aoraa lanlnca, 

lt« H. K 

HavaiMBtO t !• 3 

Mlaaioaa s 8 t 

Battariaa— Kalllo and Koehler; Lu- 

dolph and .Mun i. 

I.o.^ a.\(;ki.k.s, May T — Oakland 
• hinSp.) into firat place In the Pacific 
Coaat Boaaball Laacua by dafaating 
Hollywood for tho tSfrd eoaaooutlva 
tlmo hara today. 4-1. A ninth Inninc 
rally Which pat otor two runa noaed 
'>ut tha Mara. 

R. H. K 

' ' ' ' ' ' 4 10 0 

II"''^ >^ '1 3 8 1 

I iiwTiis Delaney, Stuart. (Jould 
! I ii i-r, Bool; Fttllarton and Rad> 

tili^ATTI^ May I^Attow t«alllng 
"evaa mna in a baaahall gmma with 
Keattia today, Baa Franetaeo berjime 
virlSus and lainbaatad three Indian 
plloherx, acored elx runa In the 
aeveiith Innlnir and won the contaat 
v.ith two .nor,, in thO ,«Mrht. which 
<■'■ ' fifd the aeriea. 

R. H. S. 

Man Kranciaco | 10. S 

seattla < T IS 1 

Battariaa^Mlfohall. Oaary, Lang, 
WUlUma and Agnew; Miljua. Lae, 
B^MOX. B. B.I ! '"1 JOMUag. 
NaUonal 

CHICAGO. May T. _ Chioage 
hi^achad hita aC Jaeh ■oott and 
.iimmy Ring today, driving tha for- 
mer off the niouncl in (hr elxth in- 
ninc mil aiuit out- «h« Olania, (t to 0. 

n If. E. 

.Now Voik ft 4 1 

Chicago ti S 1 

Batteriaa — Bcott. Ring. Nehf and 
Mydor, MoMuNon: Kaaftinan and 
Hartaatt. 

OINCTNMATt. May T. — Dreaden'a 
drive to centre, aeoring I/jras. cli- 
maxed Cinclnnatl'a batting rally in 
the ninth and dotaaiad Phlladalphia. 

« to S 

R. H. S. 

I'll! I )■ I'hia ■ $ I 

' • U 1 

iiattenca — Knight, Mann and Wit' 
pon: Maya, May and Piclnieh. 
8T, LOUIS. May T.— Tbo laa«ao 

Irndlnr Rnhlna fotind Taerdel for 



atftaa. _ 

II. 

Brook lytt' t • 1 

HI I,oula I 5 1 

IUiterle» — Urtmcta and llargravBa. 

Khordei. HoiMib Otakafooa and 

(> Karrell. 

rimBUROH. May T — Doadlook- 
Ing tho dhma la tha ninth ianiag. 
W i i a h md h.waa a otoroa-iaalaoa aoa- 
taat t«4ny tram B aa l o n . It to i: 

R. H. K. 

Hoaton 10 1« ^ 

I'lttaburifh 11 17 » 

I'.Tl terif-, .MoBrldKO, <;»newi'h. 

Ventoo and Taylor; Aldrldge, Old- 
ham, AdalWB- jaad Soiflh. i>ai e or. 

Internal tonal 

I '.a It ; riKirj- (). Toronto 1 ^ 
.1. If 1 \ ( It \ K Huffiilo 

iieadinj( 8. Uocheater &. 
Nowmrk SS, jryraetiaa 12. 

\mcrirnii 

\KU >(>HK .Ma\ ; Ih.- \.iiil.<-eB 
liroko thfir !o..MiiK .-(iimIv liiie lodiiy. 

detcaxing the Tisera, 1 to «. in 
elavon taaiaga. Ruth hit hjp alsth 
hamo mn of tho ga j gan in tho opas- 

lav iafflpv with oohrtr ea haao. 

R. H. B. 

Detroit « 11 1 

.New Vorl, 7 1; 1 

li«itrrio»' -ilulliiwat, i.'uliinH. Utoncr 

• loi i.aartor: Hoyt. Panaock and 

Collina. 

WAJIHINOTON. May 7.— Waahing- 

t on batted out an eaay' I to l.vietoyy 

over Chicago in the flrat eneounter 

lod.iN It w.j.s Ihi ^ixth in.'ierui 1 vr 
win for (he Senators and it ouNitd 
tha Rod Box from aoeend place. 

K. H 

Chicago f 10 

WaahlBgton i • It 

Battartaa 
Bdwarda and CroMo; J< 

Rual. 

H( ).-• ! I > , .\l , I'he <'Ia 

Indiana louiuh.iw ked tha Reda toAay 
to tha tune of 11 to S. Ktofor'a WiM 
pitching waa dlMotraiia. 

Clavolaad 11 14 1 

Bootoa I 7 a 

Battartaa— flhauta aad L. Sawoll; 
Kiefar. Wolaar. Londaraa aad Oda* 

ton. 

PHILADKM'III A Mhv The 
Athletica ran th'-ir winning eireak to 
flv* in a row l>y taking the aecond 
daina ol^ tha aariaa by a aeora of I to 
U gadaTa «aa>a waa a. dnal af ■aath 
pawa. hot IMehaky woakanad la tha 
eighth aad waa pouadod for thraa 
mna. 

R 

.St I.OUifl '. 1 

I'hlladelphla 6 

Batterlea — Zaehary aad 
Qrpva and Coohrana. 

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Saattle 


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14 


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I..08 Aiigelea . . . 


. . 11 


13 


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Hollywood . . . . 


14 


14 


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11 


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Chicago 


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Cleveland 


13 


8 


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PhlladalphUl • . 


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Waahlacton . . . 


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Cincinnati . . . . 


11 


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Chlcaxo 


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New York 


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Poaton 


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**TooU** Cameron Joins 

Tim UoU'in4)m Club 



VANCOUVER, B.C.. May 7.— -K. i 
Cameron ontarod tha hall of fame in 
golfin* eirclaa on Thuraday afternoon 
when he aank hIa tee ahot on the 
abort ISO-yard eighth hole at the 
Shaughnaaay eourae. 




(fx*r. Y H tgg i n, Is.c. itsf.'s)— 10 
p.m.. by oeanoay of Tha Viotorla 

Pally Colonlat. Ivo Hefidaraon'a 

KN.V. lli>ilywo«Kl. 4 III (.1.1T) 7 pm, 
H \V. McSpadden. talk on • Inaect 
Ufa." 7:16 p.m.. announcing Bun- 
day aonrleoa in tha laadint I<oa 
Anvoiaa ohurchaa. 7:St-S p.m., 
feature programme. 8-10 p.m., fea- 
ture programme. 10 p.m., Ray 
Wenf s Cocnnntit Orove orcheatra. 

' |. TO Ii I ! ■ ,1 I ' 1 ■ 1 UIIC, 

KUW. Portlaitd. Ore. (OfS)— 4-7 
pjmk^ dtnnar pra*ramn>e. 10-13 
p.m.. daao^ miMla hy wire . tele- 
phony from Indian OrtTl of Mutt- 

... ,1. H. ■ 

KoWW, Walla Walla, \laali. t25«) — 

7 7 .10 II m . weather reporte, etc. 

8 - 1 2 - midnight, atudie proframme 
and danea maale. 

KtnV\. Ogdcn. I'lah (201) % r i" 
djinre rnualr by the Olio Iteeven und 
on ho^ira !> p m . rriusli- !■>■ 
remote rontrol from Paramount 
Theatre mil pm dance mualc 
hy Olla Ueevea and hie orcheatra. 

KFOA. Bnaltle. Waah. (4M)—4 <5- 

6 p.m.. The TImea' newa hiillelln. 
weather report .ind rerjpc.n. 7 
1' to miifitr.il proKramme and 
• 'hopplnu nr-w. 8-«,l.'> p.m., 
lr.i\ol t;ill<. x.rmhT report. 8:t5 
p m . Pacific .N'orthweot prooramme. 
!>:3o II p^m.. Rhodea Dept. Btara 
preaenttac Jaekio Baudor'a Chih 
IJde Barenadera. 

KHJ. lioa \ner\m. Cat. (»0.M_.«:3e. 

7 .TO p m., cbildren'a programme. 
K to p.Hk. <nt»eo' da Itaa pro- 
gramme. 

KFAr. Boliw. Mnbo (m)<->7-7:U 

p in . procramme hv the Htate T>r 
parttnani of Airrlriilture 7 IS- 
<■ 11 p ni miidiral projrrainme 
Kiven by the KIrat Melhodlet Rpia- 

copal Chareh ot Nampa, Idaha. 
Crrc, VaMOOTor. B.O. (411)— 4:80 
I; 20 p.aa., atadio procraaema. t 
7 10 p.ak, aoanlaB InftmaMoa 

•'orv let. 

< KCD. ftaaHNOP, B.C. (411) — 8:30- 
^:lt 9Jm^ newt, ^ort rmlta. 



ifor. B.C. idlD—is- 
1:S« p.m.. radio Boaler*' pro- 
»ramme 1:30-4:80 p.m. variety 
programme r. 10-* p m newa 

t * n > * \ in, r ' *n . ' ' 1 . 10- 

T ' III' I'll' I ■ ' >• » '. ' , r.i y 

( FIM . Vanomivrr. B.( . (4II>— 1:30- 
>:80 p.m.. ham* and aealal aetlvi- 
tlea. t-V p.m.. diaaer hear pro- 
Id p.gK, 



mueie by the Tiektotoe'a orcheatra 
from the Winter Oardana. 
KtiO. Oakland. Dal. (tdl)_8 p m., 

weekly ■ Hport rievieW by Al 8aO> 
tor. V in p m., "National Mualc 
\\ >oo .1. Meyberg Company 

proKr;ir..mn (flan Fraaoiaoo otudio). 
10 p Ml l i midnight, danea mualc. 
Madiaoa a Midahlpmaa. Hotol Be 
Franeia. Baa Prdaoiaea. 
KOA. Dernvrr. Colo. fBBS)— 8 p.m.. 
dance proicramme. Harmony Peer- 
lua orchestra. Colburn Hotel, 
Drnv^t ^ p.m.. danoe pro 

Rr;. • .Srheuerman a C olorado 

o' — - i -oio ' Vilorado dub, 

MJK, tieaul«. Waah. <BB<)— ll:St- 
IS noon, what to prepare far to- 

nlRht'a dinner r> 40-0 p.m., eloa* 
Ing New York xtork quotatlona. 
*■< 10 p m.. weathor reporfa and 
"the box offlco" dully reaunie of 
dolnc!* at theatre* 8 30-10 p m . 
•iidlo jirogriimme of I, c. Wamtr 

Kiig. ttpokanr. Waalk (BBB)— t-lO 
p.m.. Rtadlo proframme aponaered 

hy Tull A Oibba. 
KQW. Califomka <ISV)— 7 p.m., Cali- 
fornia inarm B^foan aveaiaf radia 

ne wo 

Rl I. lx>N Angrier. Cal. (407) — |:S| 
P m mallneo programme. 0 p.m.. 
KKI niKhlly dninga. «:ll p.m., 
KFI radio travel guide. 0:8t p.m.. 
voot parket programme. %',At 
p.m.. KFI radlotnrlal periad. 7 
p.m.. Al Weaaon and hIa orcheatra. 
8 pm. eeml-olaiwIcAl hour )j 
p.m Alt ^'T'rT-|^l»^ Hawaiian 

VJtiartelte P^rkard WadM 

<'lub II p ni K I- I mldnlte fraltc. 

KPO. Rad FraaHarvt. t (dBB).- 
8 30-7:20 p.m., Htalea RaMaurant 
oreheatr^ 7:St-7:80 p.m.. Talk on 
"Real BMaU." famiahed by R. A. 
Wnaen Co, t p.m . Unlverafty of 
caufomla orcheatra lO-l! p.m. 
Fnlrmont Ttofr-i orrheatra. 

Kl W II M. ll 1 < .-I 1 ,1. (SKS) 

'• -'I' «<• 6 dinner 

hour. featurlMl iU> Baiiajr'a atrtnc 
orcheatra. T)tB.7:4t. Tho Uttlo 
Ant tSaa. • pja.. Rihlth Inveat- 
mant Oampaay orefcootra and aa- 
' alatlag art lata 0-11 p.m. danr* 
mtlale bv T.en Naah aad hu Ortcinal 



eiit a 1 n»rii 

KFW1. nowtii Nan Wwmm^ooo, fM. 
(•*•) — 1-2 a.m.. Pajama Party, 
featuring Rddie Stott. Badle Wood- 
atde, Ahhy BorUne. Oeoi Taylor. 
ClOm Keviaady. 

Hew WaaiartnMrv n.r. (Sti) 
*— 8*7 p.aL, attiilo programma. 



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OTTAWA. May 7 The lloun' .f 
i"ommona adjourned toniKht over i to 
wtel. end with tli«- hudRiM xlill uiiil.r 
i onaid»-ral lou .\ voto on TursiLiy i l 
next »eok ]-i rrj;., rd. d ,i i,o,.bI|,i li • > 
hut II may lir rtolii .pd until later. An 
the >*tnan<:«' .Mititaii r nmde hia atato 
moat to FarUan.'«nt oa April 18. thr 
bttdfat haa now been t>efor« th<- 

I liujM' for III. . 1 h 1 .| I h I . (- u s 

.>~;lioril\ lifioti- .Id lournmi-nt ilcuj-p 
I'.irfoi. I.ll.ir il. yu<-he. \V . si . x 

|)r.-H.H.-d I ho UvWet that the budget 
would prove popular. Hie annodnea- 
ment of redudtlana in taxaUon had 
•n^ with a Wp a p road approval, he 
aald. . 

r>ebate will be continued on Mon- 
•)■•'. h> i>r M >. Maloney. coaaerva. 

live. .Souili Itonfiew 



Former Editor of The 
Toronto Saturday Night 



3 TO MAKE LAST 

WILKiNSFUGHT 

Continued from Pago I 

will get away thia aftamoon. but thare 
la mueh baaiaeaa ta ha attended to 
here, aa It la not Ititety the ahip win 

hop off until Salur.l,. n, , ■ . .. i 



hani-lluna l^'iight 
With the plane Alaakan amaahed 
hayoad immadlau repair in the at 
tempted take-off yeaterday. Captain 
WUhlna telegraphed t,, thr- hoard of 
eontrol of the evi.fdmo,, i„ M^trolt 
aaklng In.ntruotlon.v. .ind propiisioK to 
fly the Detrolier north to make hia 
thrust Into the unexplored lea pack. 
The reph u an prompt. 

• V p!,.,n- hive full iadoreement 
of the board. We have great »yra- 
pathy for you. JCim eity of DotroU 
la prood of yo^ grit. All of our ar- 
rangedionta are hi your handa Oood 
luck." 

"T.anphler i ivant you lo »;.. with 
' ■ ' ' ! ' . ", isoles- f , I hf pilot ,'• 

'■'1 ' 'I'l."!:. vsiUiiti.s on ito' favorable 
reply (irrivinK. 

Captain. I am in tbia thin* to the 
finiah," waa the MaJor'a riaponee. 

Wlaeley. aoldler. almply aaid: "Very 
well. Captain, ni pilot your ahip, and 
I'm glad th'- \^ ^u., 

■••-.Mile .Scar<'li J>lauju-a 
Among thoae of ua who muat be 
left beiiind there la a feellnc of regret 
that wa are nat included In the flying 
party, hut tha Datrolter must tnivoi 
light and three men aboard la about 
the limit Wllklna. Uinphler and 
Wlaeley ,Tre iroln^f to settle the nuea- 
lion of whi-lht-r l.md exist-, in tho 
I'"' " M' .111" ' taneun. and we con- 
■ t to chronicle that faot 
to the world within the aeat few daya 
Reaerve Ueutenant Carl Ben Blel. 
aon. who aaeceaaful)y piloted the ill- 
fated Alaahan on thtoe round tripa to 
Point Borrow, will remain in Fair- 
banka and will b* In charge of the 
expedltion'a b lae here. Andrew Huf- 
ford. Wrlfcht engine expert and 
meehanii'. will likely return to the 
Btatea within a few daya. Chief 
Radioman Maaon will handle the radio 
oommunicatlon from thia end with 
Robert Waafcey, the expedltfon'g radio 
man at Barrow. Capuin Wllklna Will 
oparatO'the radio aet in the plan*. 

Tha tentative course of tho Da- 
trolter win be by way of Wlweman. 
two hundred inllea north of Kalr- 
bnnkn, then northwont to tlio JohQ 
River pnaa. in or.i- r lo , ro."<H tho Kndl- 
cott Mountalna at the loweat elovattoB. 
After reaching th* aummit of tlio paog 
the whip will follow the hand watera 
of the AnaktUTuk en th* noHh eld* 
of the mountalna, and on ovop the 
tundra to Barrow. The Ciptain luia 
boon o\ or the ronr«<e .-^o often "^ow 
that he l<now>< the twl'<ta an. I fi:rn« 
and lb' l.tn'ImarKN. i*o the 'i'J'>-ii'in 
o/ navigation la not conaldcred a 
aorioiM one. 

liCMt Flight Plannevi 
After arrival at Itairow. ull avail- 
ahlo cri.«oIlnf- ..,>hod there will be 
placed In tho Detrolter's tank.t and 
ahe will puah out over the Ire pack. 
The captain la hopeful of going at 
leaat 600 ratlea — maybe more. With 
fhtr viglhtuty ho wlU bo em»h)ad la a 




MR. CI*.\11KNCK PAUL 
Editor of Toronto Batorday Nlfht, 
who died aoitaUy la l^dnato oa 
April 80. ' 



flight of that length to deUrmiaa it 
land ekiata In the unesplOred regtoa 
of tha Polar Baa. Leoklnt o«t from 
B ar r ow at aaa lovel, one la nnablo to 
aea more than' twelve milea owing to 
a twenty-flve-foot preeaure rldjro (n 

the Ice. I.i'i .1 f.-\s Inindii ! f. In Ihe 
nlr tlio ..h<'Mi\rr li.i , .III II II ' . h.xl r \|. I rd 
\ i . ■ v. 

\'i'-.i>i:ii\ ,1 1 K.i r I .« .'■ auid Wilklna 

• hiN iiioriinu; . - .i ! i-.'it dOOl like It la 

anywhere elae. Wa hava our clear 
daya aad our mtirky daya. if wa atart 
north with dear weather we ahould 
be able to eoe a hundred milea beyond 

the point where we turn hack- Wa 

do not hope to rearh the pole of rela- 
tive mil. . - !t ':i> with our limited 
j;:i.-^ol:ii. - ,1 l.iii w should gi-t 

far ••11 .i.;h ;nIo Ih. to flsd OUt 

Whet til l , I . > -,1 H 1 tit-i . 

< oiii i>a II 11 <n > l'ritl-«xl 

"I heaituted to aak. Major t«nphler 

to make the trip uhdor tho olrcum- 
at^coa. for X roaHOo it will be a lone 
dreary wipH until tho ehlpa get in noxt 
July or^ Auguat with fool ao wa can 
fly baek again. But I hnew if I did 
aak him he would n..' f.iil mr It 
means hia loa\«» of ali.sirn-c from the 
arnij muMt ho entonded, but I think 
the m for mat ion he obta/na foi the 
War I )o p.i 1 1 in f n I will iiiora than ■ ■-'m 
penaate for the time he la away fr< .n 
his command. 

"Wlaeley la eonaiderod oao of th ' 
beat pllota who ever flow a plane for 
the United Bute* army. He waa 
long in Major Lanphier*a command, 
aad each haa confidence In the ability 
of the other ^\■Uh two auoh men 

" III 1- I I h I n U w V* 1 11 bo a t .1. : , 
1 ikf ihf I>o'r..ilii ,iH fur US the t;a«o 
line stuppi) will illow. 

■ I h ivf. .speyt ao many yeara in the 
Polar roKiona that many. of. the 
human intereet featurea have eooaped 
me. Laaphier aa« Wtoalay will ac . 
things through aew ejee. Their re- 
ports oa what wa obaarve north of 
Barrow will ho well worth roc ordipg." 

Baldwin Im Favor af 

Carrying on Syorts 

LONDON. May 7.— Pre mler Bald- 
win ha.-^ expro^aoil thr ..tdnlon that 
cricket and other Summer gamea that 
Invoisii no oxponBe or atritln on the 
coutnry'a reaourcea ahould b« con- 
tinued aa a means of promoting good 
foeUag among all loyem of opori^ 



^MoOwrs know fheg 

cantmstiV 




»y wakaa acreaming and you don't know what i> wrong. 
TWb try Woodward*a Cnpe Water, and give imaaeAa** retieC. 
AWMloeftamly the trooUa ■• indigaabon. Woodv 



. oertiBad midwife wneea to ue 
"It ia a g aeJ aad aale aaerfiaina^ and often enablca the mother 
to B** ''**' wbara otk«rwi*a abe would not do ao. I often adviaa 
h to be given writk a doe* of on* taaapeonful of olive oil ui 
caae* of colic caused through co w etipatiaa. WoiMiwwtfs Gtifm 
Water given to bebiee on the iovoAk or fifth mKf mm» VOaohBiha 
will cool Ik* child aad eoaUe it t* teat" 

Motkars aay tka earn*— w* have kundreda of letteee im our racorda. 
Fat eeveaty year* Woodward's haa maintained it* great reputation. 

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Year 3 - Wcckiy Repott Ni. Week Kudiii^; May 1, 192^ 

CoadUcl«<l by 111* Ooininiun Uxp«riiii(ntal dtatloa, SIdatf, B.C 

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LONDON, May 7. — The Lad lea' 
dotfing Union announced today that 
the women's open championship haa 
keen oaUod eif. 



Two 1 oil n t r \ wo rn r n r ,.,•( ,r and 

daughter V - '. ,t the Zoo for the first 
time. Ih ne to the hlppopota- 

mua. and niuod for aerarol miaotee 
transfixed tn allent wonder. ^ 

Then tha mother turned to her 
daughter and aaid, slowly and solemn- 
ly: 

•My! Ain't — he — plain'" 



A atout old man waa allocked to aee 
a l>o\ (urefully aeated In n. crowded 
bun when two women were ttaadlag 
"Get up and let oaO Of thOBO MdkM 
eit dowto." ha aald. 

"TOO got up and lot them both alt 
down." ropUod the boy promptly. 



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civa ynu •vtv aatlateatloa at raaaenabl* 
rhargea .Now U tba tima ta praaa yaar 
treea and prepare your land, rbaaa iiTai. 

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1 '...,( aaraaaa, bunxalowa. faaeaa. 

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at l«<at "atoa 'iltL. 

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mVnt aa earataker. wat>!hman. aay- 

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mandolin, tl. 
741 Pandora. 



n.boaa, . •iz.aa; vioiia. 
aultar. 111.!*. Kick- 



I.'^OR Hale Roehm flute iRadall Carte). 
. in pt-rfert condition: plaj ed by a 
feaalonal. Pric* (or quick aale, $ ; .r 
offer, praaaat valaa fill. Apply pbone 
jtill.t ' 

nmwifvaM 

B""ahuain — t)aady ba(7*t. with 
bevalled mirror: At eondltlon; 
tlt.TI. Oddy'a, lilt Doaalaa Wraat. 




U El.l. 

..nis 



rial, vlaaa la; adalta 



4 in: 

I l..i.I.''.l 



ault 

A 

VI'.. i \ 1 K < ■..1.1 1 I 
t .J I n . H ft I*.! " J n f 

on 1 > 

AT Ml t.lvrar.l- \ 
tilalir.l r.al - .< 

ACuMrciRTAUI^Y (urnlaUed l<raamad 
aalta; alae f-raamad, aoturatabad* VW* 
arata aatraaaaa; 3>|>lara batbraaaiS: iala. 

I74« Fort at Phoaa CITRI. 



lannakad aad aaCavaifba 
raal ar far aala aa aaaf laniia Pvad 
M. ItaaaaM. !♦» Staad Btraai. Pbaa* US 

• I. Ba ■ t - ro.iry.ed 
t r n » f r I <^ , 1 nic illoa' K * : 
ab.e. for i.wiiLtia. A., i' a onl^ laa 

l.ampaon dtraal. Baauinta:t. l-rwoma<l 
partly furti;abad bauae; uvar oaa a<fa labtl. 
tluaa i» aalf IMdUk III- Baaumaal LtotV* * 
«-o 1. ii . JlfaMat- It* ferauafcian 

1>R'>KPErT Lake Houaa on lb* a«lat, 
Mol*r.-i ii.pr.tveiiienta; (nur laaatha ar 
loiiarr In. .><• Iliei.- 

..n Vancouver at.. 



SljVKN' Hi>t>.MKI> li..u>' 
aaar aark. fully (urniahed. 17* a manth. 



Pbaaa Mil. Vfla* di Co., U4.. tai Pefiibar- 
(«a Bide- 



QT. ANN I 

f Jltuaarave 



■T.. 



Oak Bay. I rouma. 
Oak I4a.v « r.xima. 



I4t 



I ft Vur ■ 



A' 



LiOland Apartiitama. 



Ill Dauplaa— 
brlaht aiadara aulMa furalahad aad 

uafuralah^. 

T ST. HKI.KS a. 121 t'ourtney Htreel 
KorMlahed i and .l-roiwn auilr-a. brialit 
and rican. prirc moderate. ; Pbone IIOU. 

' T Hampton Court — UafartMalMd aalta ta 
Phona fOl. 









• 14 ^ 


H -v,. St , 1 




1 1 






• Ijo Mar- 


n 1 . 


.ii a, K ' 


. 4 


\ » ■ ■ « .- 1 ■ . 


i hona S47.>. 



r|>u Keul Kurn.iiiri^ linuae, k raamt. IlK 
X Chaatnut atraat. IMu.ne fSULS 



WK 
PAT 

CA4M 

■ ron 

111 H 111 

uatuO 
• CARS 

OKK Ua TOL'At 



111 TATKa ST (CORNBR QL'ADBA> 
PHUNB 111 



I^'^OR aAUU I'HldAP (or eaah^ltlt Mar. 
la oarfei I rjnn nc ordar. Maddaa. IJt 



VXta hava aayaral aood modern furnlahed 
at houaea. rtnta raaalaa (rum I4* up. 

Helalerrtian. Forman A Co. Phoaa II. 

Wk: aim have a few 8u':i..ier n-ltaaaa on 
the finirrfr.ini to rent .A iiply B.f 



South Turner .Itieet 

ITttlR .'lalf. Mpei lal 
F 1*2: itiodel. 1.1 
lUix I !»• \ II ti>ri:i 

H 



Pho na m«R . 

His aiadobakar «ar. 
a baraala. Apply P.U. 



AVk: ><io aeea tM 
Ke.inn. II, 471? 



Na«>D*y Ja«a«d 



Mwiit:i, -m" 
I luto 



. n f \ a r , 



wittya-Kalaht letftrlaa: 

luto tin. Ill ipara tire, bumper, aMf - 
111. windahirl.l . laanar. inlriiii. etr , l4Mka 
..nd tuna li, .- rt-^v. baa a motor ) uu will 
. ler wear ojl I'hone 94071.. 



AT Ham 
rant. 



Bica 

only 



HRAtlfl Bad. rail 
traaa. 



rlHtJiCK l..ini 
/ ln|t buffel 



;|iii I: 



IT, r 



III l.i.nn Mulldina 



VICli>»U\ <( HOOI. or bSXPRBiaioS 
Pril.oi il. Mra. Wilfrid Old I hone 
4S1SY H< Mualeal Kaatlval. Itit— Ooi.l 
laadal lJurna camaaUtloa. 1>2*— UoM and 
allVTi medala. . 

^^.^ - ^ - - M?*!^ I 

1>A.\"' M\-. 1. 1 II. IN c;t.-|TAR. and all 
I > atr.nged inairumen' a laiglil by W, O 

Piowrichi. Ill* BraaA Wraat. rioaaa i I— i 
Raa. iihone uiiyi. HaaiK I «a • p.a< 
ancapt aatanUya 

TjlRANK BAbAONO. 'calllat and teachet 
T* aiadla. 111 rrlncaaa Ara._PI>ona titiR 

MRa Baby M aa r a. «talla and piano 
tatUaa, Ml* ttaadra atraat. viotia 

VIOLIN 

1,>(;.\l.;sr !%|.JMri.L.. v.olmlat and learhar. 
J I'Ui.n a iStUiilo ,447 and Roa. SIM. 

l/«KA.\Clb Orattan. aucoaaaor ta Urury 
r I'ryca. atadia. , HamU/ BiUMIaa. Oatr. 
• ranront atraet. Phona IIMR. ^ 

~~~~~ li7» ( live Drkva, Oak 

:ia<U.< '-.irapaaL (Caa- 



\riUl.lN -.ullKin. 
Bay Avaaua 



.M.M.I N(; 



K 



DANCtNU to l-plMa aMbaatra avary Wad 
aaadar aad Balwrday, f p-m.. Hamalar- 
lay L«a«al4a (Mlla *. IMaay Niahway), 
wbora I wt ali y tal I was whan I'lu aat^ 

DASI - All On' Kanlllv itMnrf CHlb. 

Kalurda) niBlii » 'n AoK Hall. <nr 



IRK Towna. Seattle VoUa Spaclallat 
((armarly o( Naw York City). In .vie - 
laria! — auadaya (arrlvlaa at 1:11 f.m.}- 
Pr«e voire triala froan S pm until 4:11 p.m 
Hy api . '«l appolnlmani onlv I'leaae phan<4 
for .'inii.. ipi^olntmenl Mondaye Kree 
voice triala from • a in. until I* a in. By 
apeelal appolaimaat oaly. Ploaaa ahoaa (or 
'I'lVnIta appalatavoat. Utadia: Wlilia riaao 
i », moi (>ovorRmant at. Phona 114. 

MA H » "iiccor 'niUKaKtX. "t* a a i i i i> r "~af 'lb* 
art ar alaalaa.^ Stutfla^ llaaai MaBoa 

»^?'.wi»...ii'.«..^y.T«!iry« . y«fc.^i 

A L*A>I UOiU, riaao, titii«l"r anU Urcan 
iV liaa Yataa |4.l* par niontlt. Pbone 

IIIT Ia. 

(^IIKIS WADB. plana aad tdaory. iia" 
V maatary aad advaaaad paplla Pbaa* 

OTIit. 

ua U. aBMPI.t:. leacnar of pltMu. 

Th. ne F"a Il».> ^•tu<1.o 744T 

• I'hil t.I.l-; Ti.l 11 A '.'JU-UKK 



M 



tnorani at 
only 



rtir 



tut. r.rrh. «• I 



1 n V 1 • a t I . . n 4 





' r 




.n ' 1 












f Bl 







Kl'MMAiiK .Hair 
MU IViuala* I 
llay aiore. 



Mai urda> M -< ' ■ a i 
Htreet. north of Hn.taon a 



XVANTiq^-MAI.K Ml I » ^ 

4 • . J.,- r 1 , n. d I. -an f'. aerial In pa.-kina 
.*V furniture and houaehoM aooda P»r 
inanant f»naltlaa If aaliable Apply by letter 
only The D aacaa Wo raa* fompany. fity 

\v.ii Nil maa far farm nnd dairy Muai 
t,f BOO. I milker. Joaeph Rogera tllanfor.l 

A v n .1. .Ka a n I.- tl 

ATTK.NTliiN! Asmta Halaanian — An 
amaalaa aaH far aaly IIT.M dallvarad. 
Raaiiy to waor. Waadarfal laaaa n Briiiah 

fahrl-a Mall nr. ler hoaSaa aad rotall Morea 

aeii lira •lUAiiiy at lt*.af. Taa caa aaan. 
aeii i-n 11 week aivaa faa a profit aqnai 
1.1 I W.I ihouaan4l dollar* a yaar. Your nui 
fll la flee. Write today * A three-rent 
Biarnp la yoar only caah Inraatmenl ta an 
oapartaally tbat will yUld yau bnadrada 
of dnilara. THaaa wonitarful anlt valaaa 
have amaahail lotnpetltinn everywbarP, 
Monav Itark giiiiraiiiae fentd ('MhlAa 
Ininpany To linx Monlri-al 

Ht'TI.RR for amall V»n>ouvr-r family K» 
perlenred One ub*4| lo Ivaving full 
. harge of bomaa, b^p. and af all arrnnae 
menta far dianara aad aaiartalntnrnta. 
atate addraaa, aaa. e»perlan4<e. give- refer- 
eni-aa aad otkXA- particular* by nrnll onlyr 
.1 n'Brlan. I O 1111 Pai ifir Avenm. Vna- 
I on ver H < ' 



TO gXCMAKOB 

WANTKO TO RXt^HANan 

CITY HOUR POR MMAl.t, HOl'SK 
IN KM|i;iMAt.T 

U^B kav* a ellani with a *ii rnoinad tally 
modern hoiiaa, In aood location and In 
very beat rnndltlan. who want* In trade 
for a foar or (lva-ro«ir*d place la Maaalmalt. 
Thia Is a tpad bonia aad oaly aamatklni 
modtra In Aakaaca* will ba aalariaMad, 



l,'»N.llNl-;Kn'4 roarhad tor eartm ate W. 

I ' '\ • -rh.irn }!l f'entral Rulldlttg 

VI'AN.Kll ^lea manager, alao foiii rep 
l> raaantalWaa (or VIrlorla. by I ha lara- 
eat wianataaiarlaa and aalaa araaalsatlon of 
tta klad la Ilia warld. BmaUr"' opponaaiiy. 
Maat ba rallaMa aad am Tb (aralah band. 

Addreaa Rraaolk MalM 

nio. I. vam-oa^arjfcc. 



PIVB'BOOMJID Bl'SiiM.oW, i|..-.t, IN 
Will KkehangF (or F'lur Rimmed llouai- 

{^■^ri.l.T mo4lern five rouma la ralrfleld. 
n.ii ten trtlnataa' walk (mn> ■■enlre of 
111. .iiv Located en nice kit and one of 
the beat realdcHtlal atraota. Tbia homo 1.. 
(any modara. lacladea (Iraplaaaa, (urnar- 
and laaadry taba. Party waats aomathinc 
tanker aai. wMk vl«w If aaaaibia. Can 
«a« paa arrr ai bay Bma- 

Par fariksr lafarmatlaa apply 

atLI.BBPIB. HART A TODD. LTD. 



aprlna aad ail-fait mat 

Jwat Ilka Raw. Knap. Itl.l*. talan<l 
BBckaadS. m payt atraat. 

/CHILD'S W. a. crikk laad l a ali r aaa M 

loingalow dtning aiilte. compria- 
ffel . xiena.on ubie and cbair*. 
in da-k walnut finiah. Jjrt'i b.Hiab Kui- 
nitij < Mart 744-747 l-oi i. Street 

/ lAKI'BTS, fvery deacrliil Ion. guaranieed 
' . lean and aterlllaad. l.araaal atork In 
. .tj Haa aura bctora purcbaalng. laland 
Window * Carpat Claaalaa Co.. lit hurt 
street. Phone till. 

aerratalre anil rablnat In 
e piai « at t • 3 

40 747 K.irt s; 

(1ARPBT3- Wllion. al/e 7 ti « « ». 
J Wilton, t B ll.l, IXI; Wilton. 11 i » t 
|J7i Aamlaatar. t a «. tsi or* »».f.*«"» 
calor* aad coadBlaB. Aloa liaavy W lion 
ruaaar aa aaw. als* It a >. HI- BrltUb 
Paraltara Hart. t4l-T4T Port St- 

J i f.' 



^COMBINATION 
Hrillah Kuriilture Mail 



. f. 



d n r K • ' ■ •• lom'jrtalng hut 
I.,.,,, . , 1. - on pA.ieaiHi an i 
a«l of 6 .lining iliaira A.i for 17* B.ltlau 
Kurnltuie Mail 744-:4; I on St 

^NAP— Hooalar, Juat aa new, only 111 
to Oddy'a. Hl» Doualae street. 

8 OLID oak library table, wlln drawer 
juai like new.' Harcaln. Ilt ll. Islan l 

i;T<hangr, 7n9 Fort Sireat 



B80LI.TEL.Y NiOHIirr PRICES PAID 



\B80L,l.TB 
f.ir raga. bottlaai loela atovia furn. 
■.ijir. or an>«hina yau Wlali lo .liap.iar of 
Me rail an.> where any tlma. i'hone tll4. 



AT Cya-Ua-Myr. 4M Mlaaiaaa HLraat— 
Lmtm^ aad baal-ta/alabad laaa ^aa« 

allyv 



ALL J 11 III, > ou h;.va. 
will buy rtione :»I1 



tba Vaiaraa iaak 



AB*OLl"Tr.LV> Meal frlcea Paid for 
QBNTLiRMBN .1 UIHCABUBD CL.UTHINO 

Aatlquaa, Uld IMIva., HhaCflald Plata 
MRH. JOW^ITT. Ill ron at. J'hoaa il> « 

AnBOLl TBLY beat laih prieaa paM far 
ladles . aenilein«n*a apd chl|dran"a aaod- 
claaa U1mCAR;dBD Cl<OTHlNa. Pbona lilJ, 
or rail M ra. Wardala. Il»l Uou ala* Bt^ 

DON'T liealtate Phone .1401 .f yon hm' 
an> fiirnitura >ou wiah lo i.ti'.ir" .'f 
Our repr*««ntailte will rail and off.?r .u- 
renl prieaa. laland E arha^ga . Ti* Fort Sr 

(4 r V T L E M F N • S diacarded rlolhlng 
I b.iughl. Heal |iriir4 paid. We call 
Shaw A To. 7J4 Korl Street. Phone 401. 

(1 r . ;iah f.ir your ii.rn a dllM Mrdeil i lot h - 
I ing everyihing. Iiata. ahoea. ahlrla. 
tie*. Note the addreaa. Part Mraat, 

a have HIanatiard. L.ook for rod alaa. No 
■ onnectlon with any other ( Iri w. 

IriOHBiT caak prieaa paid far aood tiaaa 
I fiirnitara. carpal^ raaaaa, rtilaa and 
aiivor»ara. Oddy'ak ItU Oaualaa Btraai. 

Phone :44l. . 

HIiiHKST tmmh prirea pai.1 fo. .1 aiivinda 
and old jewelry pt Aaronaon a, kit 
Jaknaon atraat. Pbaaa Til. Will call at 
aay addraaa. 



l-a « a<al aad 
nva reoai apaftatawr la iba 

11171. ^ 



VTTRA" rivt;. modara, taraiabed aalta 
(m-ar Parllamaat Balldlnga). Broad- 

IV .\ |.ii ri nirni a. 44J Superl.r Sireet 



K'l.'.M 'iiint«lw.| ;i -..Inn huilgal. 
t-e Parll,!.. »nt Hutl.l.lH-* .lllne I 

l» KiioM liilnkMlow. t'airfleld 



4I1II7I, 
■lialrl) t . 



IoviMG away — Uaal aall 
lilt Perd **dan. 
par(e;t rttnnlni< brdar. 



at aaaa aa* 



M^mt Perd **daa. wall aaata>»d aad <• 
■a* fufroalaalat. 



pariiaiiy fpraiabeil, a-pieve baibrixnu. | A | <- 1 .A L'tiH LI N Bpaulal Pa«r (or aala al 
(cmeni huarmrni. atallnnary tnba. furnair | jJL aacrina* prl«a; aoad aa aaw. Pfeaaa 

I.arg' w'll Ughlril atll.' i.iDId 1..- u»rd aa I - ■ y ■■■■ - I'l . ' ' *^~^ 



hlldr'n a pla.iTooni 
bloik atrrei rar Phone h«: 
and I p n. . or Hnj i . 



tVnieni xHrikg' On' 
II h' I • er o * 

|..ti .al 



lOOO OXFORD ST. t rooiim 
AAaJaw all midero lonvenlenr 



AT N 
BaUaaral— Paralakad aad Ba(urn aiie.i 
awltaa . • 

AN aaewpltaaally pleaaaat aaHa. (aralabad 
ar aafaralabad. heated. Btaalay Apta.. 



Linden A 



\T Allaa Manalona. well (uraiahad aulle. 
Plione ;»51 



BIS,LI. 
Ne» 



(\Ln birykiea and parts, la aay aaa4fttlaa 
" virtory Cycle Works. Phoaa til. 



Ill 



IAROI". rh'al .if 6 diawera. in fSldaa 
J Aa goo. I a- n'w Our price, lllll. 
lutanil K«. hange 71* Fort Htreal. 



mirror: In 
122. 4*. Brll- 



MIHHION buffat with bevel 
■aad aaiNlttiaa. „ 
lab pILraltard Mlart. tll»T«T Port at 

MAHOOANT aettaa. ro«kar and cbair, in 
almaat aaw cMidUlan, A K^*^' 
lit Britiak Paraltara Mart. fll-TIf Part 

Rtraat. 

SA.MTAI'^ I' w'lh .oil aprlna and 

,,,,(.,.. , ■, \ I oi.irr A good buy. 

1 7 . >f. lalanq tiana e., j jLJ! f°"- - - 

im'>Bf.i.A5(B»ini 



MANDaoMK palia. h*altky oaadUlon. 
grernhonae price III. Phone 



A »*' 

4mR- . 

HI.NIiKU Rotary aowiaa «act«la*. (Iv« 
a*w. Phona 744:1.1 



.lohnaon Mlreet. 
I>HONB till 



Call any address. 



-W« PAY nK!4T PRlCBa 



for botllea. raga. tools, alovea (arnltlir*. 

ih III diapoaa'al. We 



a poa 

Try ua. 



lAcia. bottiaa raraiture. old riothaa. ia*k. 



or anything elae you wlah 
<all anywhere, any time 

etf- lyaa* prieaa. Phone lOTIU 

ICI^ORIA Jt^NIC AUBNCT Oa 
Wa Bay Juak 
lilt W ha rf Btraat Pkaaa mi 

WANTBD— Damp wagon. Troy or Rlude- 
Wker, Pkoaa lll- 



tanTBD— rCdBear'a Brttlah w«rai, 
else J. I.«a4 
Baa HIT. CTaioalat. 



W' eise J. I^aya pkoaa aad a«draaa la 



ROOM AST* BOARD 



Apartmenia. lo:i Conk atreet— 
■ wly furnlahed aulle. Iln<-n and allver. 
Apply aalle 4 _____ 
BACON Hill Apartmeaia, 431 Vancouver, 
furalahad flat, briahl, altrarllTe. (vary 
...p.'nianre. Near Bepcaa Hill Bar k. 

t and 
Pbone 



I. 



itELWlL Apartaiaata— Caayt 

it alngla ream aultaai m ada r ata. 

JItlO. 

jjBLir 



ApartasdatA Siai Oaak Btroat-- 
Furnished aad aattmitabad sal s aa 

Apply S'l.ta 4 

iK Coon, Oak II 
roomed furnlabad aiiit* < 
Poaaeaaion at one*. 14*. ''>; 



: bed room a, 
n I'onvenlenrea , on* yaar'a 
laaae If rai^ulred, poaaeaainn Mjy ii. Rant 
ta aoad teaaal, |4«. Helaterman, Porman 
A Co. Pkaaa 11. 

houae, aas. UII 
• llIU 



1>BL1 
I # ro 



(MXIPER Apartmaa,ta. :71 Mulligan 
J ntshad and unfurniahed aulta. 



lino 



Bvery lonvenlenre Oaragr 

Slro't 



1 n, ar 
ha t, 
? •»4 

fil- 

Baag.', 



J^-ROOHBD flat: apsa llra»laeai fafalslMd 
** <ae linen, aikvar ar.eraekary): (as; Maaa 
aaa. park nnd i ar 

HBTWoiiii Ave. F. rcMm baaaalpw. gas. 
garagr No linen i ro. kery or cullerv. 
«2^MJM^^^^^^tO^^^Jj^^^^lmJ^^^^J^» 

^ I •< > I I r R V A Xp L^I^O CK at 
roiit.yBT AND Nrppi.iKd 

A I BaNT chfrha an. I liairhlng egga, fiom 
! K> I .'.I ■• "f While Leghara sta<!k. 

0 .I' ' ' . Ai and May delivery. Alao 
one kn.l iwo weeka old ckick* aad sta aad 

elf at weoka' aid aatlMa Pkaaa Balmaat 
TP, t. M. <>«ad. BJI.S t. Pa<>aaa'a Brhla*. 

\ I 'orla, 

lyL'Y yoar hatrklng egg* from the "OM 

1 > Hr'iahir llim " Senvlew Poultry Parm, 

All 



kirro RAKOAiNa 

Mul>Ui. I'adiiiai aedaa. made! IT 

Cadll'ai 7 paaaengar. lilt Daraat 
Toartag. l'^*^ llupmubile Tonrmg, Naah * 
4-paaaanaer I'-iup^ lludann t-paaseaaer 

n.'dnn. t'h'-r-.'lri I'liaaala. I« paaaenger stsgs 

body, nnd •« ..llrr aiiapa m .aay tarmSa 

t».C. MOTOR U.VCH.\.MJK. L.TU. 

mi Part atyaat 

^BW ti^rba. used iracaa traatare aal 
Jet tratiara. Tbna Piimley. Ltd., Braagbtaa . 
aire*:. \Viciu. uC P baaa »tl, 

•a -W' ;,r w r.-king a mrnlel || an t { 

a l ,1., » I ..f \\ »al inghou»e 

ahork ..ha'ilf'a w ■ ll fltilnia. all . .mp''!'- 
■« ■. 4 ,j i.ra» xee Mr Junkie, !»4l \ 'W 
.XI reel. 



I>ARTN 
i7 I- 



SNAP. Claialand eedan. 1t:i i 
run 2 000 iTillea: foui-nheal brak*'\ 
licence paid, apsra tire and all arceaoorlaik 
Owner la farced to dlapoaa of this cai 
Rate I* a chance to get a f ly eaalppet 
now car at a reduction. Apply Bas IITT 
Calaalst ar phoaa 4T»IL. ■ ■ 



4 : l . a ' a i H -na . i 
III eeit a 11 i.,- r * *■ i i 



r lb 1. Markal. 
ng PI. on* 4*40. 



Heauli- 



lORAl. I'.iurt, 4;,4 Sllilio" 

ful furnialie.l a'lite, overloi»klng Strait, 
Phona 29«l 



IJ^IKl.l* A p.i I 1 men ta, fii 
w'k or mnnlli Vlara 



fill II a J'. I aultoa, by 
-aa*' I'hone IJSiO 

Jp«l LLY furnlahed flat. . ,4 .rooms, bath, 
' garage. Apply Mamptaa Court. Phen* 

«03 40*4R 

KIT7. HOTEL. 7io«B^rl ^raat. Paar•^ao^1 
an. I' fully modern: alae alagic and 

h.oiaekeeiiing rooina, elevator, phone 41. 

K4JSTREVOR. 1144 Oacar RtreeL Fairfield. 
Paralakad apartmehta arid eiiigle rooina. 
Pbaaa till. 



two-roomad ' 



KBI.KCT 
Adults only. 1144 Dallas 



tambriiad aait. 

Pbon- 



IT 111 



ST. HBLBN'g. Iit,(*ajirtaay Btraal (appo- 
aite Cathedral)— Houaakaaplac 



Pkeae 



AT 111 Uoveranien!— Nice private _homa 
far maa: aaatralr raaaeaabla. 
TII4X. 

A 

I illphant 



and apart menta 

li Phone ««iiIO. 

SfNNY two rooina and 1 
llnea, U*: alan 3 room a « . i 
an. I i:n*B, IJI. 401 Hlanahi,r.1 



Roama far t r aaalaats. 



BBDROOM 
l>ualnaBa ganileinao 



ABAROAIN! — Winston's Kacyclepaadia, 
tan valumaa. late edttlon, aa.|(«»od aa 

Sew. Coat 114. Price (or caab. I to i all at 
4 'Wlnch_B«lldlng; City. 

US' >i.t ri;i.v 

1,1 all I 



VHSol.t ri;i.v dry rir mlllwaod, 1174 
aingi' l.*«l. fir mlllwood. 11X4 alDgl* 
,.i.rr i-nda, cnr.twood or kindling, any 
iiaiood Fuel Phona 14,0 

141 Korl Hlroet. 

from 
kira 



ti^PtaVsaa IISIBt. 
111. L«taat law 



of all kiada 



HwoKs' Books! Baaks! Tkaaaafd* 
' r .mi at Britlah Paraltara Ifart, 

744-74T I 



-I reel 



B 



Rembrandt 



F.AITIKCL 
aabjecl. 'The Wandrrer a Return, 



photogravure ; 

and 

nihera,"pahilBhed la Haglaad si d Z* Will 
1.,- i.leaaed to SkOW tksm tO anyone Inter- 
rate.! Prica II" oarfi, . ar five for 111. 
Phon' ii..rd..n Head ». or Bos I4M, Col- 
onial 

Wile for iiilnlogiie and 
,r ii^'d o »na Hrferred l.ii\iii'nl If 
•Utired llnhtiar.l Oxen Cnmpanv. I I «« 
IJiie..n Weal In.iino 

(KiMPf.KTK I year law cooroe. La Ball* 
rniv<-r-.iiv prartlcally unuaed , roai 
|«in A harifiiin al 141 Terma If dealre.l 

Phoni- 7«ltl afl.r « 1« p, m 



HAKVIR.-i i'>ena 
llal 



R A OH AW 



afl'.r 
onlv 



r lit 3k . O'da . na new 



dflora, gralea 
pan 

Ltd,, Nc* 



l-t.NaLiMi baby buggy. '^'>*' 
Fj anaii. tta. Phana 4«i«r: 

F^OR Sale rheap. windows 
elerlrl.' flat urea, lollal. kallar.aad 
try fltllnga App'y Pnrfltl 
Cathedral 

l-tOR Hale, cedar fcn'-e|M>ai a, ISc es'ii 

r pb. 

Kaatia g, ItT. 
XTIOR 

gia^ doora, ptata glasa mirrar. 

411 Oovernnient .mroot 



n.i UBS of BittiBg-raam for 
Bice home, ttll 

Ph, kTOlL. 

AT 111 Vaaconvar aireel — Firat-^laaa room 
aad board: caotial. reaauoabia Pbona 

iiM"r7 

AT Ptrwaad Lad«*, lal Cook atraat 
.^rat-aiaaa kaard-taaWaaea. Pkoae 11 44 

AT III OavaraMaat. goad kawi laa^baa. 
madata. aaalral. taraga. Biadaikta. 

744 4X. 

A T Taajare Ltxtge, modern deadrabl* 

reaannable ratea. >40 Palrflcid 
le 4044.x 



and 
diahea 



TIIK BBBBINCVTON, *1IH Pandora Ave. 
itulta far raat. Pkaaa ima Adalta 



T>OARD-reaidence for business gentlenrsh- 
X> 1144 Rockland Ave Phone «»HR. 

0.\'-AtXN>Bt>. S4I Prtaaaaa, board-real 
dewoe; claaa la; ma<Krato. Pkeae 4441 

BOOM and board, elaaa In.. Taaala. 11X4 
MaClare aiieet. Pbone IIMX. . 

OOM and beard for two mea ar two 
baalneaa girl*, near Hlllalde aad Doaglas 
atre>t. Phone 40t4R 

board, quiet homo, aalt 
elderly roapla. Pkaae 



»OOM and 



ROOM 
goatlemaa or 
ITTtB. 



saPKf^ABt.B bastneas wowiaa to ahsrc 
private hnma with aaolber. Apply lia* 
I. -^ireel near P«»rt, 

IK . ..fl'Mt room* In town, with evary 
modern .onvenlenre Spe. lal term* bv 
week or it. .nth Al i li« Cerll Rlnnahard 
SI . neat to Pubii'- l.lbrar\ Phone i::iSft. 

bunlneaa lartv a.a hoarder |n re 
phone k444V 



R 



f I ' H ! 

J am 



I'a al'a .11 



A, rurnieiiad rooina ant 
t.aatrl (&c Linden Ave 



Phone 4 14* 



4Roi)MKI) furnlahed a (.« i I i.ii- ni for reni 
I L.thorc. 111.! rtiona I 

O Fl'HNlsilKli apartmcnlsk inodara, 111 
• > and t'-'k riiuno MttIL Appip l«1t 

Colllnaon »<lr.-'l * 

and madara 



rt/\ HMKIHT. rl^an 
m^4^,tJ\J apartn^ent. Inimed.at* 

slaa. Olaagarry Apartmai.ts. Ceok dtreec 
TO RRNT—HOCBBII 1 



PEMBBRTOH A HON 
Eiford Street, good locality — ^Madara kaHsa 

of 4 looma. gas, garage .I4a 

144 nee.hwood Avanat -l-room modern 

bungalow: rioee to aea and car llaa ..IJO 
Mll<~hell street I room bungalow, jast en 

Oak Uav Avenue / 121 

Ortllla Street, Oorge — 4-room baagalow, 

Jaat elf Barge Baai • ■ »»«■»• 

Balmaat A Venae — ttaagalaw of I room*. ISi 

4?li Fort SI f tione 444 VIrlorla. B »!. 



A 4 Roo.M bungalow, 
partly furnlahed. 



■t'ofNii bualf 
' I ' . ~d home ^ 

1 II aOLTHOATE — Select room anrt 
i itl«)U board Cleae ta car, city. Phona 
44711. _ 

o^' WBickLf— Oaad raam aad kaard.^Tii 
I 94 Piavard Blraal. aeaa M.m. atara. 

; Phone 4044V 



nATTBRY Street, 
rloae Ic 



BrB. 
Apply 



T/tiR .Sale Kig'i gra<Ve ahatgun. IJ raua*. 
V D.B, hammerleaa 141. radio, completa. 
one-take, 117 4«, radio, 4-tuhs. complete 
with load ai»a«ker, 140: microaeope. 11.74. 
nuiiidolla and . aae. |4 71: genulae prlainatlc 
glaaoea. ItT. II, ?1 -Jewel Waltfcam watehe*. 
IJ7 40. Danlop outer tiree, now. It; laner 
tube*. II. boy o bicycle, II TI: genl's Perfert 
biryrle, |ltl«: gold-filled epe. Inrlea to (It 
any alakt. 11.71. Jacob Aaropeon a New and 
aecend-Haad ateee. 111 Jehnaon .-street ((our 
do ora katB.*t Oaaaramant atieeti. Phoaa tat 

T>oR Bala->IM ' ata»yaar.eld legaakerry 
1 I, .• r. Pkeae Keating 3tW. 



711 Port at reel 

Inaurance 



Honda 



* N r K I . 



•al Vaneoiiv, 
amart boy wiih wheal Ar.ii^ 



1;^XCHANOB (ar Vaaeaaaaa pi apa rt r. 
li ream medera ka«ka, ttaa lata la tVy. 
Bo« itll Coionlot. _ _ 

TflOR Sale er Bichange — Traetwr, •tilKble 
V tor laaiker or general hattllag. Pllmley'* 
Oaragi*. 

ijVJRTT-rtirR a. rea of buah lard, 
cleee to Ih* Illy, ton- acrea < 
Nearly ni-w (our-room cottage, r 
...I.,- ...,i bara,_^ Ta eaab a aja lar ....... 

1 •' II . ity. H. AMpblait. Ill Virtaa 

Huok HIdg 



fal'ly 
.a red. 

rbi< «ea 
.It 



WA-Nl>I' .\t..l..r M- . ,n . .Ill VI. to- 
■aat Knglneera I li p*-: i '.->, ' nr.t ner la 
Ba|gw if jioii are wlinna learn al the 

TCAiIgg Inatitule for the Meter Industry 
■gMlV^ada modern .ara eaabia pupthi t.> 
^^IVo aad repair any .-ar en romplet |.^i. 
tratlmlted training umi p. ri.'-rr .v. i r. 

,|,jy,|Y« Pee Free I . ...1 ... . . .. . 

apaalal iMllitl'a f." rar .iwnera and ladiea 

'^"'iN.i 1 1. IV AL acHooi. or 

KM!l NF-KRim* 
(|» \l»w Htreel. VIetOfIa * 



ri^i earhango tar gaoU car or will aall. a 
4 large I. It In e«i elient liM'atlaa. all Im 
Tir.iventeni la&ea are pat. I lot la * leered 

-II, .'.I i.n.t wiier letti on M.i^ 7404 I'uluniat 



Ol \ y.H Mini, r I. 



b iiig.i'.iw 4- 
' iiria p ii|.ei t|r 



O "diatrlet." C. H. Unwla. ttlt Bartleti 

Ave Pheae TIITXt. _ 

BRSET milk, tie par gaart. H. Vya 
Kia ga Bead. Pkaaa III, 



K1K>M A.M> B< ».% I IP WAWTKD !< 

WANTBt> — Reom aad board near beach 
tar Jaly and Avaaat, by (amily o( (oar 

mmMtrnvB aooiM to mMon f 

CLOSB Jamae Bay Natal. M» Taaaala— 
Wall fsaalakad •raa4a. kHafcaaaCUi tar- 
aa ce. aaatT, 

yAtimSLO tlOTBI. 

CBNTRALLY located, oppoalte ritv Mall, 
clean and quiet, hot water and well 
healed rraaonalila ratea llioae 444IO. 
I' A I.naham, proprietor 

T/ILR.NISHBD bedroom, kitcheaette, alao 
r bad-alttlag-rad4a: braakfaai IC dtai l sd. 
Near sea sad park. Baap dMaaaa at lataa- 

Phone ItKLi. ' 



nOTEL BRrMBWlCK. 
.(.-....ni Clean, romfartaklb raaSkA It 



JBRSEl 
1444 



t n'1 > a 1 ea 



f. hnuaekeeviag raaakB t >aa B laa 

Pbone 4074 



"AdvartBMB tt fa 
aa alaaa4 M la 4Ba 

1^ ' 



\ 

1 1 1 

t , . r . 

V'oi 

1 ( 



i-i t'ling aufi iirltkka 
ni »• The Coca C<>la 
<i'> Maatbia a^asre. Vle- 



#*-MMHI '^^^ »• -ifntnt: la aerea 

^jMUW riaared: email orekard on 
aa a ld ka wUttaa to trad* on koaee aad 
a t t m a. It aaceaaary. P P. Htm*, *«* " 



>N«^>aaa«a mBI 



Marte 



an aell 



I Kl' II W»«hlBt 

fi.i.o- I Y ;: 



'-ITt' \TI4»\x W_A \ TKI > -- *f 

HOl sr. WiiRK by Hay or heui I hnn- 

tltel.i 

ANTBD— W orb. moraksfa. from I ta 1 
Ap»4g Baa BMW 



i 



J jPF.S^M « 'M' „ , 

■ rh.ixa HKil 

I vi- v^^M AK I N. . i,'<.„.„ a-v.,ii.. and 
a 1 1 ' ' ;i ' ■ i\ • fvi p , . -Ir. isa 11. -.-.-ti :l 

■ .1 ... Y « • ». I . » I 

1^1 X i'»: H I f ' d--a.r..«aa' work by tbe 

J^A^ika^kaia jnaaa. jaytiea aM (aaaaaiMa 



ere le 

no h»'"e' 

In . ■ I- »nt tkaa 
AlJVRhTtMNO 
If daae 
jadldeasiy 
aad maas 
ky t 
wkaae 
la the 

ADVBRTIMKO 
■ bare la 
an aaaared 
dlvldaad (or 
• ba advertlaov 
Our rates 
are reaaoaable 

- n, ..;..[■,,. • a d a 
a n.i pi 1 ni .ng 
aad pkukalag 
adrerttalag 



far 



I ' 

I J oi-iional Private fao 
A.NITOBA Hoial. 444 

aoabie 
preprletreea 

-Para lal 

It daalra4. 



opi lonal 

MA.NITOB. 
aoable roema Mrs ti . 
•treea 

mo B aa4- Paralaked room 

X Blrlat f 



In Kalrf.el.l diatlrci. 
Apply til Noes 
atraet' in momlna, o r idmae IMIftl- 

Hl'NOALOW. 4 room*, walking dis'.aact 
to town. 121 IS Poaaeaalon May 1. 
Ill Port at. MARCHANT Phone JI74 
Member Real Batata Board 
A gent Demlatoa Qreah sm ln*i#eon.e Co. 

T-rocmed dwelling. 
Beacon Hill, newly kalaomlned. 
4".' in MlllgiSive Street, t roumed rellage, 
bath and paniiy, two large Iota In garden, 
417 Hejiii ,oi • Hogg- A i"n. Md, Agania. 
42* Hroiigiion Si.-r- 

B~^UNUAL^w at I (St iirtgkMa Avaaao: >;* 
Poet A Manser. Baak of Neva Beotla 

BIda. T alepkaa e 111- 

OR Real— I -roam nwdem houae. |t« per 

ntxnth Alan Ihe household aooda foe 
aale . .leap C- ''"a Vl-w Ave on inu" 
block ), on- tu .rl, n.irili .if Hlllalde Apply 
■t above nnmliT 

IR Rent — House and al«r* flood open 
Ing (er katekar- Addreaa Boa 1114. 

rolonlat. 



,">U H Sail- I > a 0 > 

While ^VyandotIa 



1^'4<iii sale, hen and 
; 4 II (1 



(lonsales Ave, 



k a a n.i aet t laaa. 
Phone 4471 

nln'> I hli ka. 43.71. 
I'reai-eiii ItoaiJ 



HIUH lecoid iraimeatad While i.,*giA'iit 
eetilac egga, 11.11 eattiaa: alaa Mani 
moik Pekin duck aggn, fl aaptaa, W, li 



Peaaeck, Olyavlaw 
P O.. aaaalak. 



Paaltry Baaek. tllya 



JMPORTBD aTOCK— aST NBW HLOOU. 
Mpaclal pricea en world'a record a n.i 
Tanered elralna Leghorn bal^y chi< ka f.<.- 
aeat week. Broilers (ram tie eaeb. I.arta 
aeleatlaik iprtav 'diMiaaa (ar aatardair. 
J OHN DATT mi . Carssaraat. - PbaBa ItiW 

TIVM poaltry waataau Klllaide PvaHryT 
^ 1*91 Laag btraat. Pbaaa IMI- We 



[>i;Mri KU PRICKH for ^ett■nlr l.irge an. I 
t\ i lil. ka W a:i.1.»Me .1 

Hooka, |1 .loi , W . l.eghuru. 7o. i 
111 and Ilk per II*. Juha A 

Braad'a^ Creaa Boat. Mteap. fk 

ABd_P«klle_Jikrk^, ^ 

WAKTBI>— Two er tkreo 
Hox 1414, Osl^4y»ta . 



M' k a 

aiewart. 
y bear 

WAN- Ml VearllaB fca W M w a. Mlacka, 
l..angrord. ^^ ^^^^ 

iJTKBTOCK 

IjlOR .Sale, a aniarl, anappy team of yating 
V horaea. weight 2, 440 Iba. UUBranlced In 

every way , as 

one hay marc walgkt l,M« tka Batl^lc 

r ..r r.< . 1. « or k Ik* 

I in- h'a' k linrar weight t,4M, Bdaild. 
true end grnCr 47k 

CHM aet karneaa. ne„ I, new. 

K. FUHRKST 

Cawtcban atatlaa Phane Dtiacan salt.: 

Rale — Jeraey-Jlolalein heifer, due 
ly 21. Phona Keating sny 



li»r>R 

r MB) 



PART* 



PA»TS PABTS 



* ▼ Pit 



rcES We are n-w -.rr.Ulng « 
Habv Uran.l F A Cliev . n . .■ a r, i 
au Overland Country Club, a 1> 4k Uuirit 
aad tbraa Maawalia, itld. '19 aad ti, Aiaa 
bartataa la aew partk aBt aaaaaaartaa. 

W. PRANK CAMBRON A«M WtaaWa«.6aa 
•41 view at. Pkeae iltl 



IHTANTBD. pale of eslaasiea rima for 
» Far-taaa iraetor. K. Itcid, RMli. 
No. I. Vlatarla. 



QUAI.1TT Q^** 

\r6V CANNOT APPORO TO BB 
WtTHOLT A OAB TMBBB DATB 
WE HAVB HBVNBAL OUALITY UUW 
CAHH THAT W« KKOW WTTL TN- 

TBRI AT PRM'K-- rrt..M line 

VP .11 I IIKKORK r ic n>-.i-.l 
CL!«E\^ HI.H'; AH BVLN \t v. K 
HAVE NOTHlNO TO Bi n M .1 WB 
MAY Hi: ARLB TO AI>\lsK YOU 



. , TNQk. PLiMLBT. LTD. 

mmmtmnom sr. vitrroRiA. ac 



UC. MOTOR BXCHANOB. LTD, 
B A R O A I N s 

fc4PE^:lAL lirULHIB WAKUAIN— titl 
) loarlag: owner leavlag elty; 
run nnlv 7,401 liillee: prioa 

.•IlK.VHtiLBT 



$79(1 



1 . 1 ^. PKKl' iM 

MAXV^luLl. lOURINO, brand n»w 434 
bsitery. aaw Mrga aard ~ 

f 1^ , . 

jj^Jct-Ai iiHi.iN RoADBTMIk 



GUATBRY does (freah), tit up, kida II, 
1 441 L4Mig Street, Pboae 7IS4L, 

rds~o( aay 
for them. 

Bon 1 tll^ 

WTANTBD, two gaad arada Jorasya freak 

y\ ening about^MMTLMftaBIVM. Hi 



We pay g a a d prtaee 

Pkaaa tMt, ar wrHa P.O. 



Old-llmera. Roa 



1 »." 

CHEVROI.BT ^M"; 
a dandy 

/ iHBVRtiLET. till: 

t. y B * 1^' . . . I> l>e r 

I srAR aPOBT: kal- 

l/aaa*X o. na Ilka new 
Aad 4"^ ot*ier ha-ga fl' 'n 

Terme and Tradaa 

B.C, MtrroB ncauMOB. i t t . 

IH7 Perl HI. Phone 444 



$75 

$590 



\'Ot NC, Jereey Uoernaey due firet Wgall In 
■Tune, aecon.l Calf gavr 4 gala Witti 

ll raL ^ A, R. Anditraen . Weal Head, ^ 



|MM*B AMt rATd 

illTRRnRklD BoBlon Hell pupa. 3 meR?hS 
_ ^ o ld, ^ hea y. , * *** Beac'j lJrl»e. 

MAMUTB 



j^KtH aale— RafcMta, young Miua Bararaas 
■1-^ and Btark Slkarlan* from reglatered 
ataak. Apply Bayai oak pna. orri,e 
Pkaaa Calaalts ITW 

KlNOaLBt Rabkltry— Biaedera daalera 
and Importare of (ur-beariag rakklla 
Ilia Kiayway, V a neouver, bc , 

MISCBLLAKPnt a 

ia:*na l:.*obaoge. 



BTAR Sport Touring 
tf^\f windahleld wlaga 



CtHURN, ll-aal., foot at 
aaw; kargaia. 17.14. 
TH Part 



GOt>D nve-reom baaaa. Perawaad dla*net. 
lit Five room bangalew. aaatb Oak 

Day Avenue i^o Con,! eeven-roam houae, 
open Are, fijnH.» garage, near Hoapltal. 
4.10 Peur-rooni apartment, cloae in. aoml 
condltiaa. M. AMpklatt, til 
HIdg Ptia 4W«^MI. 

H' oirsBS frwa fftf ta |TI par 
Higg*. IM Pemkertea BIdg, 



tk 



\aNAP— ItM Star tadrttag (aport modeit 
owner loavtag «My, Na reaaonabi' r^ffer 
refuaad Apply lampoon HI reel 



L'nion Hail 

tk. P. r 



JAMBH HAY— Modera l-roamad baaaa. fur 
niahed or anttkralafced : every aearen 

Phone 4a atT. 

4 ' r04inied ern bunsalow, gar- 



C1 J. McRAB. Oaklaad afcd Peatlaa t>eater 
A faw aitraatlve aded car of(<>rlnga-' 
Iltl Star apart taaMag; a real anappy car 

In flrat-class meehanleal ahape. bndy In es- 
•■•ileni rondltlon oiai y . I'r . tdk itxl 
Kord tnarlng. a 'I'li't .....^ i. inning ei|. 
a.!!.' that haa In be tried out to be ap- 
prer-iatad, Itll, Itta PORU tearing: a 
deprerlatlon la price ha* been mof In tkle 
car, but It ha* a life of inng eervl'e ahead: 
till 1*14 Ford louring, with arif atarler, 
I 1140, for I ranaport at Ion at an n nn-imy price 
thIa ran't be beat <lray-l>ort touring, Inis 
of pap snd good value at IliO Many other 
asod ears are available for laspeetlea at 
•M Vddaa St.. Ttetarla. B-C Tbiapkaaa IMt. 



ThIa rar h hs 
spar* tire, • 
irunl. , bumpers. In farl all the ei|Ulpm*<lt 
possible wMh llcenre paid Maa only gono . 
a faw l.-jndrert mil's, and at O'e prire .,f I 
l»ta vou ur* itiylna a new rer with tb<» , 
I riret deprrs|attna efr Damoaatraitaa gladlp 
arra wg ad- T sr i wa 

A..M. MI;MPH»IM MODNMa t.TlX 
Mt Vatas kiraei PtIotM IT! 



A GOOO BRPirrATiUN 18 ONt: OP THN 
liRBATIWT AStUtTM A MUTOR CAR 
UKAI.BB CAN PuaSMSS, THAT M UNM 
RBASON WHY Ttn; ARM SAP« IN Nt Y- 

INll H. A. DAVIB, LTI> , I'HKH l API. 

McI,AUUMI.IN-BC|i:K Master H<i aplandi 1 
condition, taalde pi^ asi. A rsal WUMh 
4sr St a kiw price ^Rl^VV 

Mcl.AltlHT.IN amall Sti. Near fti ^•"jt 
tiree aad ftroi -elaaa meakaalsaMy 
A remarkable buy 

l»;,i CM KVIli il.KT r.iip'ri-r 
tl. rough, ur .to-I 4'ry . on.pl'i. 
e(|Uipm»nl - . 

I>4)U4IF., In earepi lonal 'oadltlea 

aC thf best karS4klaa wa. 



rl let. 4 r 
ag* la t : 




miles from I'lty Mall. 114 per month. T 
»« Mi Pherwan I'hoBe 1444 k:i» centr al BI dg 

ilTat— iTaaata tally medera. good aaa- 
ditlaa: large gardaa; daak l s garaga. on 
Pkaaa HMX. 



for 



bust aeaa 

t4Ma 



■OCM' H I I ri M , R 

TO UK.Nr 



IB 



\T 141 Pandora, all eeaeeat a asea gaa, 
hot water, cloae lo, lia n»aa tb ap . 

AT lit Vaaranvsr — Purnlebed OT aaflSr- 
nished aalte* er aingle r« 

veaii 



PPLT 144 Oallaa Read, graaad fleer 



APPLY 14 
baaaakaai 



Afaifr Mil iiiOAN SI,, I raama alt aawly 
Oi£«l paiated laMde aad eat, larga lat. 
Ill Itll Pwnibroke_8t.. I room*, kawly 



decoreted. lit- IM Oaaadm St , I reaam*. 
with or wiiboet elaatrta t«a4ie.. lia, iiit 

1 •« A-a NORTH Park Rlraet^ 
iJL^l. garage. |17 Alaa IJ 



l»tl 



Bl'l VALL'B IM closed • AR 
l4'V>R lit.* week we are o((er.Bg a 
-T JBWBTT COUPE at aitracilaa prtra 
Tkla car haa bera thoroagbly overkaisled. 
le eaiuippad witb five tlraa aad anubbe-a 

rt'eVm.;".""*" $1100 

<30NSOIal»ATy.ii MOTORS iTiatarla), Ud 
Ml Talas 
Htt I 



I;iOR »ele. 
dlilea 

IJ^R Saie^-^ar Caach 

f mllea; ell eitr^a. Aaply phame Itffl 



Wiiiya Kn.ghi > ar M B'l aaa 

Phoaa 742tRI 

IT 



run I'ja tikaa i.«aa 
fi:. 



atraat. I reoma. |lt 
A*a. or pboao I7tIR 



Apply IIM 



1t}fy.} (iXPORD ST , I reoma. t 
a_>>-. kIi ti.iidern .-on renlenrea 



I reoma. t bedraam s . 

ne yegr'a 

luir-d. pnaeeael.n May }< Rant 
[iMaJ irnaat. Ill- Halslennan. r»rmaa 



,'V>B Sale — Ckevrelet tearJag. overkaaled. 



and on" 

$50(1 

P* I ' ■ n B I ! / 

$;v.Hi. 



afVar 

OVBBLAND Mas koea *• 

taell -fcapt aad Is (trst-elaaa In 

every raafaeri 

list HI'MiaiN I : - -lis i.ait., In neW roBdltloii. 
Kqiilpmeni ln> ludea Mimpera front and 
rear, tranb, apara lire with eovsT, 
courtesy llghta on raaaing koarda. ata. 
A practtealty aew ear at a targala, 

AlaBO 

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TJ«OR Cad(t4ae a. Bolrb, llndaaaia ait 

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Ilea iLtM: PadanA IMIk. 
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aait r'smerrn lt»t 



una 1 L house M|wraie 

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Now ii.at new M*l..aaghlla-Baleba ara aa 
low in (>ri<. ibaaa la ce««alala aa raaaaa 
wb..fv'r r.,, kartac tka "a«4laarp feBi«'1 
af aaw ear 



VAIaVBS BVrOND cryMPABIBOy 

nuurr beditctions 

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MaLAt^'lHLl.N iitlICK Oa Laae «■ 

faai-'wBeal krafcoa. afa,: aai> 

Ikswgaad n»llae, Jaa' iiha new 

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OVBBI JIND •^r* Readstaa. >«f t ■ i 

Reda. ed to I ' . 

aTUttKBAKLH Hia Ma Tuaong 

dltlsa H . r*pa«al*d twe-loae tt\(k . 

j^fmaf ta ^>il'> 

OVMICntO hae bi^ vary gwu-l >a'e 

aad la la really flae coadlllon tkT^ 

A gift at ♦! 

RBO Taarlaa. (rem fke er%laal «wa" - > 
waa m eal partioalar Btrarytklag 
alaoa rrom tlrae ta lap- Wkor* 1 " 
caa you e,|aai tnia ralaaT , < I I - 1 
FOBD On- T n Traak, aa 

I4aw, A eacriltee at 

PORD Readstaa. arMM aaartp 

tieea aad k* gaad rf)spa 
PORP B4lg. aam* >••••'>» feiiiw '.' i ' 
a keap at fax -.•>, ihia^.. . -T.'-' 

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A Mart f or Busy Readers-rHouse and Business Property for Sale and Exchange 

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■LC aOTOR ■XCHAMOa. t.TD. 
It'B M»* IM pukltc aMrMtat* tfe« tart 

•* lllal «rr da aol Wthvr ynu oilh a l»t 
of aalf prala*. rkcaaoa. ^'«iiila*«. 'l'^ 
atfvartlaaaiaal* Aa a ma<iar of (a>-<. w> 
mm rmt « car aad «• M*ta aarrtea ("r roa 

MI«r«M<4« thaa a«r 1»* ar- 

W tha aaa^ car baalaaaa aM aHH ta r****' 
yaa wlih a aa*4 ' ai Ta* alaa hmr» th« 
Mivaataca ar tfrallni wlib ika ftral rarlHat*' 
WM* car «aaUra ■>• Va»r«uvar 



UUa CUT-KATK UIST 

«Mk »l«kal ratftelar and ^!^~;n 

kalian* tiraa. 0«araala*<l 4|VV«f<F 

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las Z« llrvn'a. IITI lf:i Hupmoklto. 
|»t. lilt rar< ra»«atrr oi liaht «aU>arr. ' . • 
-t« lteaiM:a. lilt. Cadlliar ilrnouatea, Ittt. I iv 
!>••: Uraa rar«« JM. ta aad Mtl ltl» 
l>ad«a. im. m* lf«»maMto 'hawU 
»p»vtm\ la rakuilt (ra<ks. rhaap. |lf« « 
Ion I'HCkara 112) :h Uarfurd . m 

inn (i M (' . I lun Oarfufd, 1-loe Rrpak 
lie. 1 Ion Haiwrll Trallara. t ion. 3 mn 
)rn4 t <<ia Mriundhand parta fur all uiakaa 
af irat^ba. Ctofka Baivica tta|ra««b lilt Cask 



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BKOKMN ViMowB I»a4a« glaaa rapalrad 



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Crala Warhab Ml Jakaaaa Uml B«r« , 
M«]r«la% tT It lo til *• a»« ap- VMiy 



HATH 

T8. I'anamaa, claaaatf aMtf raklorli»<1 
koilkcd h«a«K l*^*!^ •M CMIIIam-n 



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batwaaw VMorl* aad 
. rrM*jr aUar**«M. FMaa 

Phuna t» MH. TalwiW. 

i 'laT. 4t«aa«MI •»« M»i»lltr« ferawrk akd 
awatnal braralet Apply Boa :MT 
ralaalat. 



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I ' \ «i ji>d aa ki 



niM's only 
1(|»>f; "TAR »p»rt 
I •f^tt wbaala. Ii 

HI D«<>N Mpar 
I paaaanvtir 

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7 (iMMMi'nKrr 

1(kk>ik Ml I Mi'Hll.K 
< ' — ' » I Mijrlna 

1(k»>»^ I IH'HANT Mpr-ri 
lilt-- new 

IATIJ Modrl CAVIULJ^C. 
' > •ylindrr. T-paaarnfar .... 

1(w>i z M1 UTX Toarlac: a 
• X rr.,! iKtK niadal 

•fQ^Q Mcl.At'OHLIN Toartmc 

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nAHI.KY UAViDBO.N Milorcyrlr. flPlT-; I jjft^MWV • '""•'^ 

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p«t-of-town (ubscriber* who 
wiih to an«w«r advf rtisc merits iii 
whirh only the tflfphonc numlirr 
ot ilir a.Urrtiscr IS given, may in»il 
ih<-ii rrplies to The Colonist, anil 
lh« C«4Q«ift will cowwklte 



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• ^<M^' «Ov.tn"<- ^K'-nl IMjr work !■ liM 

rqualled waat iif Taranto. Tba Cataalai 

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FAinnico 

• l .» T\(\f\ TMlh i« a houaf .f 'ha •■•H.I 

In latt faravar Thrra ar« nia* main ro^ina. 
ivn af Ika kadraawa kavt«« draaalac raoma 
■ ■1)a<-»nl la Bd4itla4. Ikara la • ronavrva 
>->r\ <1.>i» nai aira and a baattttrui riaaaa.l in 

• l^.'P T>a p'lM h ui'tfatra <raa floor* aimI 
four rir'pUifa Hot walar kaat tkroackuut 



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plandid livlM aecom 'juk kn 
Miii.'k all riaan aa4 naw. 
iKllUWt ' -^I'l-"- '.iiiJia^ taaa. aoiaa 
4PX\nn; ..ri. , m.i«b4M *iw«ta«« 

locatlun. cluJiia luali l luaa caati trada, 

£UWy— oftOCBRY, aaafectloaary. achool 
'iPLOW auppllci, lea t-r«aii>. auft Jrliika. 
dolkC • Mc (aaaral aaa tliaatra Ukda. Tka 
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kuataaaa can ke dunr niaa. 



laulina k 

Nit.iniTea. 

dj-'>~|ki| THP. beat riah and poultry bual- 

•tP»,.Mf!> n,,. In tnwfi r-oiiir and »»<• It. 

ftfUUMI IK'TKI. IPKar. now ilnins vry 
•fl^turtftf profitabia buain»aa,,wuk a poa- 

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T*H'ttiNi> ear. raaa 

ll'rni'<> 

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naw paint . 



$435 

Mit VOROOR taoAN. kaapara^ #T7A 
kaliaaa tlraat laal Hka aav Wi t^' 

tiujnponjn^AH, fiva tttai. ^^^035 

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Our Paari 4 f • cuarant*aa <'Ur 

far thirty da/a fr'* front dafarta, with tan 
daya' fraa a*rvlra and option of rbanflnc 
far any nthar nrw or aaad rar In tkat tlma. 

U'k la wrttiat aa tM vlaMilaM. 



NATIONAL MOTOR CO.. I.TW. 

ninai IM* , Qfaa VVMlata 111. Tat«a At. 

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4AOIC STAR SPORT raaaali I hallaaa 

^•ra'A»ft..r : .....im 

'IQnat rORD FORDOR SBDAN: I balloon 
Xvtmj tiraa, Rurkatall aala, all aatraa. 
Tkia «ar h^. aaly_ ^§ 4rlia a jii.Jg^ wUfa 

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1 JaWKTT I.rXE Ti l RI.SO 
JL^^a^O Tbia «ar la la aaataat ran.unnni 
Aniabad In blua Daco. Tt la aaldoin t ou on 
buy ona of lhaaa rara at a i\rtA 
priro Ilka tkia vJ-UtJU 

■|Q<»«1 CHr\ 11 1 1 KT ROADBTrR ^ r.i . . 
Xf^> III III. for *J»| 
two or lhra» pa.iiiia "V" " 

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MBNTa. 



ibia buain»aa,-Witk a poa- 
♦al^forUgl^^ ^ ^ 



lis t'ataa Baak 



H A RRT^^ AMPMUffW 



Pkaaa IIM 



FOR aala^A cyel» and rrpair buaini<aa. 
fally a^Mlaaad aad all aaw atack. Tba 
feaal •t raaaaaa (ar MillaR...A9aly Xas ll»t> 



INVRHTIIIATR thia. Good «ani-ral bualnaaa 
n^ar a< hooi. wilt) living roonia i>wnrr. 
Has I'olnnlat 

J.NVKtiTMK.NTX 1 have a firatclaaa in- 
voatiaaat in koiMa tkat will nrt nvrr 
*% ininraat Tka whaia «attl4 fqutra 
lt( aaft or waaid aaaaMar aaK. Aaaty f»r 
furihpr rirtii-Miara aad appaintmaat la Baa 
Jtil I'olnnial. 



rpo Rant- Raa Maat Markat: lea koa, fig 
1 luraa, aealaa aad block. FartlaalaM 
aiyly Bartrtaa ■ »utlaa. Adwlral'a. Ra^ 

CATITALi ATAItiAaii« 



will 

3» aaiail ar laa latm. 
II or arpaad. eaeaan 



'V. hiiv> ^[ ' .1 aTallabIa for laaltl- 
M'.iir I tin - propoaltlana ibat 
will atand up to invaatlaaUaa. Nolkinc 
if »aR Wtaa lo 



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»»d fri-m 
I hi- 
ll. Mi«i- daatfaad by kU<°lui<- and la 
r'l. Mi- « iti avarF modarn fraluro. At 
t7.uus It la a ramarkablp iiu) Hatiar 
aaa im at oaea for dataHi I'hoalaa 
la tMiaatMaatarF aa« daiay may laaa 
yo« tba r liaa a a at »atika>i. 

R. a tnkvttt * ooJ ltd. 

TUaad rnmntrn TIatwta. B.C. 



\.NEAT t-roomad kkAralow la food rr 
|.itii .j.itj'h ..f iluk fla> Av«-mii». I'll hiKii 
Ki"i<i>-1 IlMKhi :iving luiiiu wkiiti opi-ri fill 
l>lai«. laigr diulna -• ootii. panalleU and 
paparad la vary aMractiva calara Cway 
braakfaat-raom : twa larra badraoiaa with 
"iii'i ' upttoaril I pii'i I' balhroam: neat 
xii'iii'i Kith .III iiiudprn eaavaalancaa. 
( riiirni baaaiiirnt with furaaca. 

U Faa ara aaatt ai akitlna kayinc a hamo 
kaiara «aaMhw. Mt aa ahaw yoa tha vaiu.. 
In thia tMatk. Oaly li ooo ineiadiaa » « 
i.i>naiva alaatrte Iteht rioiuii-n. iinaiaom 
kltibaai raaaa. klloda. and unaln ruda. 

BRtTI.SK I'lM.IMUlA BriM) 

txiRroMATiu.N i.rii 
Tit Fort Strart Phoaaa lit 111 



ATCDRBW J. ORKT, y«alalara« aatem 
atlornay. Paraeaal attantlaa. Fhaaa 

(11 III Hrinbroka Ktraat, VIctarla. 



T>ATBNT8, trada marka, daalaaa. rapy- 
A rlfkta Faalharatonkaeak A Ca., tha 
oM-aataMlaliad firm af pataai attaraaya. 

•noioo; 

■■».«i>i. 11 a I aa mm aaii 



\f I8S PIKB. HI Jaaaa RMc. Wark atrtetly 
M ^nfldaalUI. Fhaaaa-aaa aad WMR. 



ff*AnciiiiAifGiir« 



1 » \ I KfiH ^ Nt;iNO. paintina. 
''" aii'ai laaTiV^Jifci^^jaiM 



by day or 
I'honf 7^i9K 



silOWCARDS A.ND FIMTRHM 

VH r pOUllTH, 
inarrlal art 



ah.-iw <^ .-ii.-r ng, roiTi- 
.1 .s .M<.Miilan, 101 Union 

virw Pi r tit rfcaaa 



TAIIOIt^ 

LARiiK.sT importara of F.naiiah aa4 Beateh 
aaitiava t. M. LMifelaUf, IIM Braad 



Tf PKWRITKRR 



I rirri, » awi ri tu. • him.,!, hungalow 
I ' 10 in p. two ■> t.i- fi fl ' *. p .. # ■ , pi a' t J. a 1 1 y 

Will taka goad bulldiag lota aa pan 

MiaMataaaaik ~ 



BAROAIM— Haaaa aad twa lart* laU; 
laaaa III; thraa aUaataa ta ear Itaa: 
kick laeatlaa: aa raaaaaakia aSar rafnaad. 
Baa H«». Calaam. 

CBNTRAl. PAR|C— Thia madara l-raom 
kaagaiav, litaiplaca, t-pu#a kathtaam. 
camaat kaaamaat. rnrnara (uIm aaraga. 
fnilt traaa. walking l.>'.lln.^ in>i>i ba aoid 
ikia waak. Friea li.lt* a iral anap. 

CBNTRAl. PARK, t-room madara kan- 
calaw. ba.iroom^ 1. flraplacaa. kullt-la 
faaluraa. rameat kaaamaat. farnaca. tuba 
garaM, ahlchan kavaa, aaaMMI walka Claaa 
to Hfjih aad o»wf Jay Reaaau and walfc- 
in« «laiaaaa la city. Prlea aaly ll,MI. JPrtea 
aaa« tot thia waaV 
■A 

Til Tataa Btraat 



arlth araa 

naikia*. that aaakaa lar 

aiWO BBAI'TIFI I. l,OT«. WITH V I KW 
OF kKA. whIrh ran nrvtr ba nbstriirtad 

Tbaga maal ka aoid, and wa lartia aBara 

04K BAT 
RMARDnW OAJK RAT 

1 T muat bp ohviniia fo all no«i fhat I'lak 
* Hav irLp^Tiy In inrraaalna m \ilo» and 
wMI i-oniinu' lo inrrraaa in \alu* la IttI 
tiir aaacaainant w*a raduaad Tbia yaaf a 
furihrr r«durllon haa baan niada. aa lAgl 
laica are Uiw and ■nlDg lnir»r 



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Mdkikara Real 

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NBW ANI> .A r TitA'-i IV K OAK BAT 



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♦ V atui 



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)L.'T a aliaduw of a iluubt (laa nrw 
uaao fcuDgalow la aaa of ihr boat 
fcalU aad aiadara raatdaMaa kalag urrrrad 
an tha realty markai today. Momr of ih* 
aparlal faaturaa 'miud^ xntia laiKi- living 
room aillh a<ilid ha'ilwood r!.i..i hot watrr 
haatlog: many biMi in fi-aio'r> in h.m ini 
walla; lauadry looii- iwi. ,.|ji-ii f .rrj.iin na 
apaelal plnmblng flmuina run in ri h apa 
rioua rPiTii'ii' bu.i'niiTii Lu'kp 10' May 
niflr^Til maiii.r virw gara^r ft. 

TlIM HlMiAl.i'W IS IIHAMl .NBW 
NKVKU HA\ i:.U IIKCN I ). . ri lSD, AND 
!.•< HKINU .'hll'JUKli Al A \ BRT AT- 

i RA< iivK I I'ii kk: fur quick aALB. 

I' H lUioWN 4 aONS. LTD. 
1111 Broad Slraat Fbaaa l«TI 



TWO TRRT 

MoaaBif 

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MAKB Hi^iyRrrBR 

rar Ut^MMUaaaa 

'MMls good aavaa roam aaml kanaalnw 
' «napni»» ownrr aari Ut'ST RB B<'I.I> 
and |« praparad Id >aciirici> for a aulrk 
•al* l.argr Ii«ing roon' w^lh o(.»n fira. 
nvall* pan*ll»d. dm. dining room kiirhan 
•aparala paatry aad aaa bad room, ail on 
a r a a a a flaar. IRfaa-Maaa fcath aad ihr" 
kadroama afataB^ rw fcaMmoat with aai> 

araip i,,ila| ahd l»r«A«a. AUU IN OOOI> 

i-o.vi'i r iii.*(. PBaBa MM tar aaaalatakaai 

la vl«w 

•flpT'^fr A I . I.M" b HA T K HAROAIN — 
"'■♦''♦J Within aavrn luinulaa' walk of 
MiKiaon a Bay. ali room modera an t •I'la^ 
iiTf huitaa la n*w rondlllon. anii^n.i- n a > ' 
rreaptlan-raoin with opan fink dining room 
aaaallad. kitchan. paairy. kathraaai akfnr- 
ata thraa kadroama, camaat kaaaiaaat: atw 
gaiagr Taaaa III. TBRMR 

BUTa a madam ava-roniii bun 
gaiow r)na* In )Bat off Hlllald* 
In good londltlnn Pull l.,i and good gard'-n 
A mil aACRIFICK TO CLiOSIC AM BSTATC 
C'T'K'K ACTION NRRORP. 

Soocrn -DitrTNemrR a aa Bai air af iva 
>^'w**Vr bright rooma. pantllad and 

beaiTied. oiifo flra. nawly decuraiad and In 
Al abatva. pralty \eiro. front of bouaa ta 

.ta.Bar 



AC RILAQK ■AUt^ 

\ N ABIIOI I TK BARtlAIN m SAAltlcii^' 
>» tba toll,, wing pr«>any. faar mllaa 
•ai aa aaad pava4 road KaiaadM »law nf 
•'••■•ry. klah haoalloa i lly 
'>*n> phaaa Aad waiar 'arUlllA 

ACRR8>wnh akaai lhaaa alaatad A 

atiroam»d modarn plaafarad hoaaa. 
kaaamaat and 1 pir. »• baih niabiing f<,r 
faar rowa and rht. kpn hoaara Nmall baar. 
in» orrhard. raachaa and hUrkhaaHaa 

>fh(»n and a»nr» lhr«> minul'. walk. aSA 
fraaurne buK 1.. ■)^.. ^o^r 

FHM I. >:l. I". iKI' .N,iW KOR I 
lil»i».|.| A TK aAl.K 

t4250 

a* Ika Ma_ 
Ua laid 



R At-RB BliOCKB a« aaaallaat ian« 

Mr4t'.!^ta"sft;ar4su; tie:: 
•asoA^&i 



lit 



■AART AMTBUrrr 

BaaB Rlit. 

ptNR m 



$3300 



Hfight, auaay I room bungalow, wub 
ungbatruatad itiarltia vlaw rniran, a hall, 
living roam with flrr-plai'P nook , lining 

M>..r'i »iti.j'nlng ami , niip, 1 ,'il liy ar, hway. 
biilll n .tt.-, iii Iiulih kil. li-ii »»ry g ,...1 

b«<lrooii.« s i<ir>e balliruum, baaamaal. i-a- 

mant n„„> lU'W (araaga; alaa faHia« la*i 
conTaoiriit to atraat ear. 

TaffMM aaa ka arraaBaA 
. BOMOAIX>W BRBOAIM 



$2000 



alaad 



Flaa-rea m ad knngalaw, all goad 
raeiaa, aaaefaU taaadatlaa. «*«d kathraam, 
opan rirapiaca In ilvlbg-room. Oaraaa. gaad 

IT a r d I* n i 1} ! 

; 111" ^.• ■ r • ■ .- 1 .1 fjr a 
and leriua can bi- .ir'aT gi, ! 

OiBS |>NV M' MiAUMT 



$2250 



Cjf l-^^M'lf' ' "HNKM I IT O 
A5 H>>A|i. auiiabl* for t«a r« 

...«aa. .... 



N >A KPT 
roama. gaa ^ 



FBMBBRTON A iOK 



6ACRRB. elaarad and good 
. IB Ilea oat to«ar4a Bafal 



aifil. about I 
llaflA 



, ^'-i"-' ■..•-I and raaM«. «ttR Rrat* 
• 'onaiatiaB a^|0M«lkMMi 

bouai- i,«in 1,1 « ' --•* rr BMfai aafclk: gjiBa 

llUII tirra I Mill, an. rft. (Sty Ifatgg, iSSI 

and phuliii paai tJiu|X>rty. 

•araojBRB. 

A RRVRNCa-PROOUOta 
K ATRBa. all in intaaalve eaHlvatlaa at 
^ baaring orchard, girawkarrlaa. lotkk^ 

raapbarrlea. nulldlaM alt I" firai , l«aa 

flai 



'undillon ,.n,»ii.i iig of laar-ro 'iop.i h iui- 
with k*a»o,,-m barn and Oth»r out buildlwga. 

NaTar^taiiiiii naii-r auppiy A aalaiMB I 
Ma alaw - - ■ ■ - 

$5000 



- aaly. 
■AM CALVbRT 



ttti 



i 1HF.AP MTTI.B rOtTNTRT HOMK t4l« 
^ ' laii-a; nutalila city. In Mount Tnlmta 
diatriri, near car Una. Mouaa eoaialna four 
rooma. paatry. laraa veranda, wai^r and 
light; all raamt are plaatered. 
daa lot. RMatly la trait. 



I>argp gar 



FRICH FOR QtrirK RAI.B, II.MO CA8H. 

Ji'MN unKKNWOOD 
Itll liovcrnmrnl St. 



othar worthwblla lypawrlatra (If 
ra ba auck otherai ara eaaiad fram 



A I I l.h I l ARMlCHAEI, a ro , I,TD. 
Fart al Braatf 

mlA >a 



JBWBTT COAI'll Tha nwnar in 
lakving for Kugland an,t will 



S^./Wt -OONFBCnOMBIlT Baalaaga Rant 
' >^ ' af aiara aad Hala« raama, III a 

inonib 

NOVBI.TT and Bzrhanca Bual. 
aPrWW naaa W»il wr>rth looking Into 
•411 t\C\(\ 'iRKKNMi ii sK Ximinaaa. aa 

'ITI l,WUt» , g..ir« rnnmrn Wall 
r,iiiipi>p,l A I-.,' 1} «,,' d .l>raay cowa and 
a<|ulpn,r,ni l< ,i,'>ii ,,( k"'"! lead aild " > 
nacaaaary huii.mgH iiwnpr woaM aaBgldur 
a parloar froni $1,000 to 15.000. 

MaTerat other goad kuatopaaaa far aala. in 
eluding bargain In a raal grnrary baalnaaa. 
F r HioaR. ioi rpmbcnuo Bidg 



AM. 

■4 V I ha 

Ihi- X'ni _ _ 

in« Kort atraat. Virlerla' 

'■PHK ) - ■ r. 

^ th* aMinp kaybo*iid aa 1 h* b,g Tiiai hlni 
no ahifting far ilaaraa. 1^ "mad* In Can. 
ada." Ramlngten Typawniar Co. of CAnada, 

'•"'■I VI Yttr r i^^---"'"V,t1Ui I 



Mix I'ndarwaad. ValtaA tryaWrtlar Ca., LM 

la. R.n. 



■ , . I. ' . I V a ' ! ' p ■ h « II 
d aa I h* h'K Tiiai hln*. 



\ VICTORIA Waldin* Hhnp. 
atraat nan I'l i- r"' 



T}1 Jak 



Mir iiBB.v K KK srr- 1 » I 

rt n ,» ■ ■ ■ , ■■ ^ '-,•,!■■ n '1 (1 



I .) 

A 



I < k>»<J ^-i'AHHIC.S'UKU Ui;U8U.N. ra- 

paiaied aad %DKt\ 
aaarhaalad 

tOOJ rORD TOtmiMO. n aaa ara loek- 
Xo*^ lac (ar a aaad Fari yaa ahaaid 
not mlaa aealaa tMa. 

1U*>^ FAMB BMBt TOtfBlllB. Cam. 



Fheaa tIM. 



no.XTS AM) I AI Nc nKS 

— ly 
IN 



SB 



ARM9TRONO UBUS.— Marina 
pert maaMaM 



•aye, aa- 



r«VIMRUbB maiora 



I7IVIMI 
!i tha 



igaitiaa. r. ii Marvin a co 

atraat Vlrl,,rla 



Lai ua damonatrata 

r you. Dual 
110 jobaaua 



l-^oH .salp Launch. IT fu kf • tV. M 
I horaapuwar. 4 cycia aaBhM BBVMr. 

wodd'a Uaatkeaae^ Caaaewar. ^ ^ 

ANTBiv^aaaa or Maali ra^vkaal. la 
good ahapa. Male prioa aad where 
aaan. B og tl I d. Calaalat. 

\V7ANTBO for chariar—Motor lattnch. m 
< V aeat about tw>-ive; apeady and aaa- 

worthy Alfri*il I a r II, 1, h ai»l A C.tnipany. 
I.lmltad f,:7 Korl Stipal Vl.l.iria 



BVB BROS., I/TB. 

Fi^«a aa« Jawau «Maiyi»BUrd 



•Ml 



)N MOTORA UBITBD 
BBD TAB 
•ttABAMtBBB VMU» CARB 

l.aM MILB* 

GUABANTBB on tlrta within on* yaar. 
aae year aaaraaiaa oa kaiiary. Aayaaa 
kariaa a BM Tag rar from aa la Malaatad 
tiM aama aa M aarahaaiaa a aaw aar. Owme 
lauARava aag rm Tfe* ttRaraBM. rally 



t)0-FT launch for aala. Hlnton medal. In 
perfect abapa. wttfc almaat new 4- 
cyela 8hef field aa«)aa. Mlaadld for (lah- 
ing Can ha aaatt at Braatweod Fewer 
Hoaae For partlaulara phaaa TlltLi. 

BUSINESS PrRECTORY " 

AUTO Nadlalar aad Fender Bpaoiallala. 
Workman.-.blp that cannot be aaeelled. 

iiCRaBaa bros. 

JU^jjjUj^ej^Jimiy^^^^JJIJjgUljjJ 

_«ATil»^^ ^ 

i^RTSTAI. DARDBN — Hen water bathing. 
' ' hot aaa walar a*4 Turklah hatha. 
Fhona t»T 



;R .sPKiMAl. SIX 
Had Tag I. tft.l^ig^ed 



iKS^''B£i'''ilfa;"'kauiSi'* tfv^irSK 

1922 



gTI'IiKHAKKIl .Sl-kU lAL klX 

INU (Red Tag), radnlajiad 



XOUR 
■a, iaiiaaf utaB 

#9 •l**«««T*y*bi«* leo.f* 



1QOO wtvuaaujkx 

M 

192:^ 



R LIGHT aiV iiaat 
Tag) lightwalfbi car 



■ g' ratini.ha.l 
n * I ur *d I o 



•lahl rar 

•895 

*7i)5 



BUUaPlBaii AWD CARPEXTKRa^ 

L NYTHINQ la kaiiAlaB ar reaalra. Pheae 
JjJJ^JJ|JIJ^jjj|[yi|g|J|^J|||{|jir 

BOOK! 

e Baak 
Sttaet. 



$7.51) 



tt half 



CDRII 

rorilwood. (love langtha 

Phone 7»«IR1 



ilrllvereil . heal 
Stephen. 



^ ____ ^"[^^ 

HK.ST fir ,1,'dwood. 17 1.0 cord. 13 In. h 
aad I* Inch lengthai 4-ft.. II; good flr 
•alllwaad. II.M eard; Week weed. II. Phaaa 
HMR. 

DRTL.N.NO wood. prompt delivery 
Rodgri" \l-,io,l lo. PhnnP* !0I4 and 

far kaai- 



tiiiRi 

DRY Inalil 
Tl 



eard. 



tr lnalil~ fir inlllwood. raad/ far kaae- 

m«nt; hinaiina an4 klMka: II.M B 
. Fkane TIIIR. 

WINDOW OUBAltntO 

•.^■^.^^m*.^^ ^^ ■^^^»aa%i^*^i»«»eirf w w»^^M%"iir.w^..p^ 

TILAND WINDOW A OARFRT CLBANtNO 
i- <:o. IIT Fert fltreai Phone IIII. 

"The Pioneer Plrm ' * 
Hardwood floor* waxed and pnllahed br 
elerlrlr ina, hine W. H. Hughea Proprietor 

V'lCTOniA WI.NDOW CLBANBRS Phone 
i*«<. Janitar work daae. Oea. Wlater 
and T. Payne. 

PRQFES SinNA! niR ECTQRY 

.\l l>I IOKN 



|^>"R Rala— Na reaa aa alrta aflar igWMd 
f a m 1 1 lei** aaar*^SIfciral ViSS.'*'am^ l!Sa 



UuaUra 



Taraia) 



Both Arn ."^llualrd <1oa» Hay 

tXoad. .a in, Oak Ma. l-ii, n, i 

|i liOOMM, thoroughly mudeiu m pvery 
U detail, with all modern .-onvani 



Nicely decorated aad very 
eaavanlaatly laid oat Hon** 
£lwa oooid aat ka hallt for tl.ooo 
FaiBaoa aad aaaa firaaiaeea, 

MMB4w 



nsLXm •rat 



5ROOM.S. aimil.irly altualed in abov* 
and jaat aa modern In ether re- 
apacla. They arn both IBaM 4tfitt' 

akie plaeea and bargalRa. VHM 
al tkla,aaa la II.M.. 



B.C LAND A nrvi 
AMMCt. x.m 



Ml 



rkaaa m 



li^OR Balk — New aU-raaaMd kokaa. on Av* 

-L acrea, riaae ta arammar and puhtic 

SlMaliL All eoavealea«aa, - ' light, 
aaa. ' ■ — ~ 



LVJR .SAi.r 



AkPly PO. Box 171 

RR KN T W ' " i! 



iii^an 
M A V 



BPR- 



II. Ml — Fe«r>ra«mad fumiaheii bancalow, 
eonalaling of living room l<ii,-hi-n and two 
badrnoma, largr , |.. n • i . ! ■ is ■• 
by MO ft iir^oif ..r ... 1, ,, h i)a «a' 

JO-fl. well, f loar lo (li» b.-™i kind of liahing 
Large bngihoaae aad beat laeladM. Im 
Ifadlate noaaaaalon given. New la year 
iHiaaca. Uood loratlon Terma: tl,Ma ggah. 
balaaaa la one an^ two year* 

H. U. DALBT A CX>. 

Ill View Btraat (Oaaaglta •aeneer'a) 



TWO 

5.ROOMKO. wall-naMhad. aggiWB haaaa- 
low, aaatry aad t-plaea kathfaam: 

ment baaement. famac* and QRr| 
tuba NIre blgb location . 

4 ROUMRD wadarn bangalow. in «xrell*nt 
conditiaa. Fall baaa i aaac M-i -f 
Larg* lot vlX«JU 

A H BABTOM 

III Peniberlon Pldg Phon* till 



AVRNUR. AMI 

UAKH VKRT ATTRAfTIVI 



, ; 1- II iV* 



I^IINI-'. modern '.iia^ 
'l.-ad , |« M.n ' 
phone llelment ,I6.M. 



IB 

ahy tarau. a Okah. 



Ij^OR Sale— An atttaallva •va<«aafaed hem*, 
inndara, with t#a aavaa M aiaM al laad; 
rio** la. A»>ly Baa MM, 



HouBBC kaiit oi 
Madera kumM Mr aala aa 



IIM 



UDITINO— nnnk* kapt ta* raiaraa 

I • . II'* 



H VUKl'- Tl lis 



TOMV T DRATtUaR PMR. B.I 

Kx, hanga.Likrary. (M Fart 



FOOT A MANZRR 
R*rriaii-ra i^oileltara. Maiariaa. Ric. 

M*mbera u( Mailllefca, AlMrta and Britlah 

Columbia Bar*: Phone III 

Raaa at war. AHitia BM... TUKarla. BC. 

riRB tNBiniANOB 

J A SAUNDBRB. Raadaa. FaraitBM aad 
• Caataata IMI taatlAy MraM. ^ 

DttrrtBM 



!)' 



T.BWIN HALr. — Jawall Riaeft. 

, . 1.,, i-|r»r,. 



t Aitri l t lii..\.M.Mi 



^ARFBTRRIA CO.. IM 



atraat. 

Ptoneera of Hamiitaa>Rea«lt airatMB; 
alao rapaira altarallona, at.. Fhaaa 110. 

■ I—. ■■— -I ■ - I IT I 

IILAND Wiadaw A Canal CiteaiBf Ckk. 
• IT Fart Rl. Fkaaa MM. W. KTllHCkaa 
proprietor MamMtaa-Baarfc and akampee 
•,>*'eni< Raaalr^ aHaiaUMa ate vaeaaaia 

for rant 



ClAUlLleAC, Medal 17 (Bad Tag), re- 
/ tIalgBaB m klue. Bedaeed $1045 



O ii.AND Mad.1 "t«" Taarint 
aiinaM aav U««a asR iall Mf . 

M *>• ta**.*f aaa t ••»•••• <• 



$245 



iAMBtBH MBtOBB UMlTBB 
TM BBOllBBtBIt It. 



1HIMNKYB. hianieia .hniiar w.rk. remeat' 



lt|ICNRVRui.k.i 

o^BBuCiiii 

*'M" • • • i* •.•.•.•••••••».•««•«• 

OVBRt^NO 

c^^Xaolbt'' ' 



i>> 1.1.x. 

YOfR VKRV BUST RI OM Von ra afraid 
ta aend Orlenial ruga to i ha , l*anara! 
Wfcy. Ihere'a nnlking lo ba •frnot o' when 
yea lend them lo tha City l>ye Wnrha, ke- 
ckwaa they will earn* kack'lo yon Ilka aavi 
akBgiM.iy^inhkr^^ 

F.N«R.\VIXO^ 

/ IK.sCRaL engraver, RgBail entier and 
' I a*al eaackvar Oaa. Trowlher. Orwea 
>M|^^J|^JgJ2j_g^2«t|,^2|g»a^ 

nnroooDB— WBDUBIAUB 



XII l»M \l. s\\| IMMI M X.'hS.^OF, 

KWEIiIUM inaaaagi- inerhaniral tbarapau 
tire. 



■ ••I and 7 ID < |A n Ml 
O. Riarn>' v 



irlillr. 
Phonea fill. IIIIU 
r-.vi.-,,o* RIk. 



.M \ I KIIM rVJ^IOMK 

BCACHCRUFT Nuraiag Home, Til Ca.h. 



IN aalert diatrlet In Oak BkF— ■tnree bun- 
galow. I rooma modern, two ehoire 

OwiUr*iaf*ttaili'l{riaaL****'* ***** 

ANOTBBR FAIRFIBLD MTAF 

Mosa RTRRBT— tevta ra.mA fall eament 
baaament with aktra ' aunriry 
tub* and fumarf Tfcar. la „ ■ » a and 
ihe uaual modrrn featarea en Un- dral floor 

an t iiiiee lerge kairaaiBa aaauir* Tb* 
garden la In goad eeatflHaai larfe garage, 
and reaaor>^ >ati-a Price il.lTl, en 
taraia. Nr, i, 

.V A MKIIARKY 
III -I Say ward Btd*. Fhaaa lUt 



s i'\ i :\' SI T'KRiiin 
IS HUM 
I- AIHKI K1,l> 6 roomi 
RICHMOND RD. 
BIJRNRinn— I rooma 

OAK BAT — I roomi 

I>OlTtJI,A« aT -I room*, aupar lot $1 iSO 
CBDAR HILI. RU.— I roama (new). 

H1LI.2^DR — I mom*, nev etaaeo ! 

PA TT I ' R . - |, I - » • r r 15 s ^ J . 



>oma. garaac fl.lll 

-4 raaBMt jar—* Itjlk 

ime lllll 

n* |i.l7& 



FOR aAltB— TO I 1.1 Lie AN BBTA' 
AflMBi aad kivf; room 



BUNOAl-OW 

«t«alM aa BaaaR urw.. n.k Ba; 

orerleoklnt tk* llaai<3ii,i. i l ark. 

Malaterrilplad •. ! " w nf >ra an) ma 

Far pru~* an.l further parti, 'ilara 
B F. JohnaloB. <v,lonl.i Mrn.-a 



lay. aad 
wftk aa 



lih 



^AK Bay r*or,>1 I roomed hiing.tow 

■id gr'iunile ibout ■. ii n< rr 

bargain, |4,lll 



(kAK Bay (ir 
' garage anil 
all in aicallanl ahapa. a bargain, 
*— A Ma aBaata. Baa MM OaMaMt 

BBBTT A BBB. LTD. ' 
Ml ran Btyaat Fhaaa 111 

Real BaUM^ FiaABMal aad laaaraaM Avaata 



OTRR H acre of land. kaaaUfatlF t*a«4. 
)uat outaide city, with |>*W ffle4ara Hva- 
i^nnied bungalow with large pereh. very 
fine liv'ng ream with open hearth, bright 
dining ro, 1111. twr, gnn,i bedroonx. kitrhan, 
pantry and irr" pl»r<. haihrooni The bun- 
galow ai'.ii well hark from the gtreet on an 

elevation, ihae giving it a vary atlraetlr. 



aBaatraaaa. There i* a goad carBaa alai. 
karat* with eencrata flaar aad vanBiay. 

M.IM: I 
ea Tary 



FRica M.IM: l|.M* Oa*, 
Baar TanM 



OOBUfc; aPKi lAi.a 
•OI fS/y-MODBRN ••raam baagalo«| t 
90LtnJ lot*, all la gardea aad Ml 

bearing r.rrha^l xn„d garag* TURa ill, 

$'>nMI »' "f n^ ' >■ > buaBMivifiii 
— lUV aigad Id Tax** II. 
#1 KAfk—MODBRM l-raam baacalawi tall 
<'X«/Wy hearint orchard, pavad atraat 

ilaxaa paid) Ftaav larrii* 

J R'"M .ollag*, plaatered wan* 
oily water pi pad In. alaetrle light. 

oaaA aklgRaa bou*e*. i beariac CyaH Maaa. 

B. B HBATH 
lit Tata* aireai phnna uti 

4-RUUMBO modern aiucco bungalow, la 
■aad laeallty. Oak Bay, eiaa. ta Maah. 
ear Tta. and erhabl. t^t TMIM, aaa« aar- 
den garage, all fenced. Fla. ViMr. Far 
<iuNk **ie. It. 1*1. on (eriaA T. M. llaBt 

a Co.. Ill* Broad Rtraal. 



Modern hungalow. eonalaling af vaetlknla. 

hall :m mg -.n. <■ with open flfiij,la f bark I 

'a i oil,',. flu e>i pro'"! l,p,!'o,.' a ^ ' h ' 

balhioom beiwarn. equipped with good I 
plumbing. l,arga bllelM«. aaparate paatry, 1 
rieaad in hack varandai haabmaai. eaneraie I 
(aendatlon extra deep garden im wi'h I 
aambar of dull traea aina' r imi. not | 
ehlekan heuae. Praparty la aiiuatad cioa* 

'* kaaaRj kaA feaaBjr la mt aad aiRaai. 
HBIRTBIIMAII. BO BB A M a OB 

101 Vi.w strael Phoa* II 

«*>(^U1 - H«*»H FAtRFIBLP ATTRAC- 
^^^nnf TIVB MMBAMW WITH VBBT 
I. A ROB R KC HI PT W m ^B POW. TAaTBFl7t.LT 
DRCi in ATIM' arllatic ..i.»n > '-arth: three 
bright, ally hrdronma, I'l' i .<ltchan. fall 
i-nniani baaemaat. aad very large gardan 
lot Thia aria. raarMaata a baca ga«nllc*. 
Kaay larma eaa M arraa«*d. 

■OfTH ny 
.atONORT TH K 
VB BUNUAI/OW. 
S I.AHOK ROOMS AND FITLI. ATTIC with 
• talra. open fire; cemani haaameni and fur 
nai',' tiaraga and baaullfal gardm i.i.<n« 
and ahada traaa. Price rei|u, -il 

.ff^l-tftHI .MKVKN l.ARDK RiiOMK. OAK 
Kl.iiiiU.S ni ll.T IN FKATI RK«. FUR 
^ ^l I; KTi ■ iVmmanding unnbat rurt .-,1 
\irm .iver .■Xralia and (Uynipii mnuntaltm 
i>wn»r iiaa to eell heme v»r^ i w price. 
\'l*w by a ppol n t rri ^n ' oniv 

a. C H(>WEI.l.. 1*1 P'mberien Bldg. 

rrOF FATING RBNT 

*ORA CASH, BALANCE |il MONTHt.T 
iPO«JV/ rRICP! II.IIO buy* » roomed 
r ottage-hang . > « <'ra large and bright 
'ooma, S Cr>; «... ;.!•/-• bathroom, hnuae 
newly aalaied and decorated laalda; full 

aiaaA kaM ia «at aad jrafaa*! aaad aardan 
lot. FrtM aaly It.lM. laMd* mil* and 
half circle. 

CBOW A 00 

Balinaat Waaaa oppnaite p,o 

' BttNOALOW RABOAINR 

4)?t 1 "./k ''fV<i ,-o»>r I room hongBlnw. 
1? I 1 • M f »,ira room luiiable for 

bathroom; lean Ml kllehan with aink, walar 
and light. JUaT LIKR NRW, having re- 
•-enflv been dnna up from tap to hattam. 
- ■ . irri* i.nw tagea. Nlea 

'"'NT M Ida IT. 
4t]4>~|k I'liR large, comfortable bungalow 
•!? I ■'•nf „t I room*, l-plara whii.- enamel 

,m, 

t r ■ . .< , . 
. 1 l.i-r 
off 

RR ' 

ITBOtiT A 



A FOUR-ROOMHD hnuae al U.irdr.n M'at 
J *L t«i«A Kxcellant cklektn 



FRMRRRTON A BON 

PHovr III 



halla. 

r. 



Mg living rr 



and 

linn* r...^,. ' , r. ' r . ' . , I * . ' r 1, » a V 

1 ■ an. 1 l.i-r • i , . „ , u.i.d 

juat off Kernwood Road. ABHh.NIKI'; 

•**!'Ja.^.^A»'*l mVtCK lALB UN 
POt^BTBOtiT A BAMAIM. It will pUa*' 

I'. V. WllfCB A 00., i.Tn 
141 Fori atraat Phane 1110 

MaiRkara VIctaHa Raat BkUM Raard 

ALDRR A torn, LTD. 
dii nroaghton St. Faaabartaa BMb, 

.""^iOOO ' '"^ ROOM modern baaga- 



pjlOR Bala, ahaat it arr«a, witbia io m n- 

&jxstjsi^ itsi'is^aJi'm',:?-.;;;: 

Baa IM A Oaiaatat 

"ROfc ■aia. ta.rtfir> • , « i, v 

A I aaNR HMaily aiiiaii iruita 

ahack. kalldUkf. o 
Ran Mil, Calftalei 



*uoO e r L i 



I or I * 4 

Hotiea, 
Apply OwBar. 



jJPKciAL. a *a.r,f -e s acraa wttk avar 
17 »«• waitrfroniage, Wapt Arta. 

Ahawnigan Lake, Flak kalMlaa alta. WIB. 
be anid whoia or In part vary alMaR FMbZ 

T<I«I. IMI iiarar Jllreal 

W^ATRRFR'iM i.i.peri :., from 1 acr* la 
VT lie air.. HO..,, excaptloaallr tMA 
propertle* to ehow yeu F. F) MUMM. liZ 
Pambertan HIdg —mn aw 

^•MJLR rirele. Raraalda dlatrin ftjiQ^^ 

IMILB eircia. <~'edar lilli ilia> MOMdWk 
rIcL I acre* «ZoUU 

1i| MILB alrrle. Ki.lly a Croaa Read Flve- 

aereg; 2 i.,>./i p'amed in 

Mraakaeiiea baiam^e logged $1275 



,ii > ,'», 



MA, V 1 1 '1 , 1 , 
M ri-ri 



A KKRR 



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$1 OOO-^^U'^JToSSaR'TL.'^ 

$1200 
$2700 



I arm » 

in A<-RR<i gaad laad. Let 

frrir» t ■-, *ult. 

'J" ArjiK.i agjelklng Pindueare 
R'vck and Gravel rnmpanye 
P'opTiy about l»-mll* circl*, Albert Head 
Adjaiaiaa araaariy held at kuo par aaNb 
». F. HIOOA IM Femawaa Bid«. ' 



7ACRK.S ANli 1 niiiiki i^ilTTAOR 
all '"n.-rd and good ho'tom laaA 
Bftolleni well About I iniii>a from al&h ' 

THV: I ITT BRUARRAUC 
•A I AMdm MgA) 
III v'luw Hiraei Fhaa. Ill 

TT. tiaad laa 1 

c-irri. Ilia. A. jTorar. in 




meat haeemeni, gerkg*. 

_ . ..ie aaraen ' ' — ^ — 

li.lM eaa 

••avtaa ally, a reai kaaia, 
HiHBM aB< baiMta* Ma M aatt 



and very fine garden Near aaa, la Oak Rat. 

raaiain aa w i g ng ail. ObbM 



a aad onieo Fk< 
R aMdeaaa Fbaa. IMI 

B T; DAT B COXrAlIT 
CAB^BimiBi 

atare aad Ofllaa FiatW«B 

Jala.re aa« BBlMara 

Fiataiaik Bta.. far tka ttaiaa. 
Sea i?a About Tear Bailding R.«airMa*aia 
Etieriiir and lat.Hor Aitaratloa* and 
Rapair* Ulvan Oar Mperlal Alteniinn 
•MOP ANfi OFFICK lonj TATKfl STRKET 

Coram Tatea and Vaaoaaver 



WBLUHaTON.AVBMVB MBAB 

FTTt, 



* won 
■'a thia 



NI RRINU nOMK 



FernaooA aarilaal. 

riiMt *rtti 



MiH ii 

a<aaiia»«iiaib » 



CMBTROLBt M* (aa*ly 
aalata«> 



a • a a • a 




t Va. Itaeker e hig 
remavala a gpaeiaP / 



FOR RALB 
IIII BRUiW MARRRT VALtTR 
* rOMFORTABLB LITTLB COTTABR 
eV af exrepiionaiiy gaa4 afpaaraaa^ ana> 

*iad In tl good reatdeBMal iMtrlM Mil A 

block from rgrttne 

Baaatifnl garden, with lawBR gbrake and 
flowera 

Cottaga eanalM* of f.ar raaiaa kalhrnom 
and aaa aorch, hat ihaM ta AB Mira larce 
hall whIrh rnald ba aaad far a#w|ag mnm or 
den Large hetlioont, with good *l*ed rup- 
b<iard itnwnatalr*: atnalier bedrnom upatalr*. 
lara* living room . wub opan fireplace, kath- 
raam laMiaa ta Maa aad vBBaaRBMMl! to. 
paatry air VHrkaa. 

Ha* been newly Mlatat laaMa and 



FAITRFTf 

iKfrN I r6orr,.-.l • .,i 

dlatrirt for |l.«ii> aa oener* out 
■Ida ibtaraata cmpel him lo mev*. Thara 
I* e gaod living ream wiih firepiaaa, draw 
doer* to diaina-room. klirben tad paatry an 
m*in fleer Thra* hedreama. bath aail tallet 
upaiaira Fill eoa^rete baaamant. MM far 
raraare. W.ll-kajM lawa. aara«a_ia«a. 
aa« latartar M MrfaM MaBliiaB. tanaA 



«i 



|r-BXOBFTinNAL hOMB, i| 
' raaaaA hardwood rioore, tiled 
hatkraom; graaiu walkL eeataat waJka and 
driraway. Thia ta a real MMF RaBtai high 
aad aeleet leeallon. 

Bi 9. CBRIBTT a CO , LTD. 
Ttmea ^eliding. Virion* 




(rta Htht, ally water. 



h«r latah 
talet. Ral 
aft call 
aae tti 



calttvaied. 

iiiC 



THE ROYAL TRtrt COMPANY 
BJCBCUTOBR ABB TBOBTBBi 
BBAb BiffATB BBTABTIIBlfT 

Phone 4TII 
Raiment Mauea. Victoria. B.C. 



ACT aNAPFT FOB THR roi.IX>WINil 

MfAn 

BO DOB 

BBBAB .... 

VTUDBBARBB 

rar 



Jnaapb Heanay, office al INI 
iM^&EttaiUhMHM^M 

tnam STATioinBiiT 

" I " - i ~ i - i n- i - i - ii r» <a II 

ini\ srr a ! ATti^NBRy daaBaaaaB la Bay 
• I he Oaiaalai. Cammar- 

riiKc^ir^h coimiAOVOIIB 



BBOO MOVOA CO.. bTB. 
Ml TMW MiaM 
Fhaaa MM 

Hi 'O'^D tearing, halioon tire* and 
tar. la B*rt*«t 



FORD tearing, hal 



Ur RBBRT Clark Blactrl* Ca. Repair* 
aaA ^aiaaaiaaa. i» Mi«hiaa4^ Driv*. 



FUtoalllB. 



\W< iI'T furailare moriig king. «hlp 

I "* '■■ •'-"«»•• ••• .a l.«mh 

Tranafe.- , Kr.,»..,t,n( an, I diatrlhalara 
I lit rai*a on freight irt Baaiera a.tata 
office pbMi* ii«T Ttt PaaBoea Aaaaaa 

ABLB MUVBR»~ t a^ ~wr..7ha>'a %lw -a% 



Mda and la la parfaet laaa itiaa. a en o*. 

M all wiadewa Larta ita«, M«ld k* aaad 
far taraaa. 

FRICR ll.TM — Tarma Can R* Arranged 
aWINBBTON A MO■ORl^ • 
III Fort >ir»at Kxtiaau e Agent* 

AB.UNT nwwBB OrrVBI TO lACRIFICR 

V I ! I A Ti\-K T roomad aami bangalaw. 
,11 II. .Iv k'pt fall-alnad lot, altualed 
In Ihr Kairfiaid dialrici. nagr tk« park and 
a»B Kull ,-Mieni baaemaat. with hal air 
furnaaa. Chinaman* room aad aioreroanr. 
coal kIMk taba^ ate Vary eaay eiaireea* 
from akova Rntranee ball with baill-ln 
rioi-v and open fleeplaea: nlc» alaed drawing 

r 11 wiih Kngiieh araia; diMng reom an.i 

den. both with apen firepiac*. ronvaalani 
and bright hitrhen and pa«a paatry. t^Mtalr* 
ib« pakaaaaa are r,.'>iny. and tha t kadra o ma 
and aMaaiaa ftnren are aappltad with etir. 
larg* aleaala Weparai* baib and i.' 
Haaaa la egaalleniit ri».<ned threaahoai aad 
la a ala a atd aendu 



OMB or TBR FINRAT HOMBB IM 
▼WIOBIA 

MT*^T BB BOLD 

TNta raMdanra haa It raoma on tba fleet 
(laor. a large ri-rapoon room. M R. 8 
41 fi radar fiaiah diawing-raam aad 
dlalac raam, daa n*r*«ry. aarvakla' die ng 
fa. ah bedroom and kllohan and ik. 
tkiaa f aaatriaa on tha aeoond fleer iner> 
arte ■ kadraama aii w*ii fiaialkadi t kaik- 
raaaip aad lart* l>n*n aad clathee rlaaata. 

OroaaBa aaaalat af ahaat i aarae peauo 
fully laM aai IB lawaa taaaia caan. f lower 
gardana; maay taraa aak irMa rar* abraba 
air. Rnmaiar kaaea, aarage aad atakia. 

Tkia piaaet i y t* tanaidered aa. af the 
maal aitraeilva aad ramplata bemaa la 
Viet er la 

Wa ahali he pteaaed la give yea fartBv 
parlMaiafa at our offir* 

Exclaaiva Agaare 



' ^ Hill .oil K.S ,11) ru.- reamed 
modern bungaioe, and tl arre 
garden, aandry outbulldlnga. A* 
caaatry BaaM_ aa UM It^-iniia 



enviatii caatry BaaM. aa UM IR-bii 
Mrri. R. Q. dkrialir A Oa.. LM.. Tbn 



4(->7\l| f^t'T^ a eaay. fUlly modern bua- 
4P.W I tJlr gaiow heme, with aaaalUag, 
ham In faatttree, oMa fira, aMMM kaae- 
meni Two fina garden lote aad a Well hniii 
commerriai greenhnua* on mncrele ' ir t. 
lion Ni.r high lo<-»tlon. handy • 
Gorge dietrlri J B Ulvaey, tOt Kayward 
Bleak. T.l 114 



/^<CMroBT> 

\J elaaa ««r 



'V>n M-nw.s fin. ranoR 
'»•>" oiail.in n.ar VM 
^^ijj^jjjjehoalnj^ 



MMrtai lil 



^TTKNTIO.V 



ABI E 3 room 

elaaa eandiU'in 

, Lo w fni.e H'l 



iB rirat 
in Uak 



THB cut URUKKRAQE 

IN. A. «. AMar. MBtk IM TMw Bt. 



i^lliMl 1 reeiaed haaaa, wnh 

iPlXt/ty paniry. baaement and attle 
city walar and light; ihraa fall-beariag 

fruit irea* , hirkan houae. and a good - 
. • il,,uae h*B leiiiani f o n t. t* i ion and i 

■ u Ii "ider Term* tlf.o i.«h balann* 
rranged lo ault. F T Higga. Pemker- 



^CILDKRat 

OOOD Bl'M.niNo LOT on CAMBRIBBB 
•TRKCT nbar bra 

Only 

$600 

wiaa A CO.. K*m 
IM FaMMHaa BM» VRaM MM 



' V \ I la , 
li.ar li 

I * It 1 



arre lot* 

" II f I U M 



i.MAI.I l.arg« ,iaw lol oa WuHaaloa 
■i »ir».l, IKO I'li.in. ir.lOI | 

IOT for aale n'ar Wlllew* Beach] FkatJ 
TIIIR: Pri, * Ii*.. 



|>RO«FBC-r Laka? Three watMfMRl MlA 
i Frtaa raaaanabia Phaaa O^STrnKi 



arrangf 

taa RM 



ftjOPtA — BIX ROOM II', I -in; .taniiing la 
^P**-''" 10 acre. r .ni «,ui nvar 



\ — BIX ROOM 11', I -in; 
10 I 

bam. Gblakaa bauaae. 



ematt 
M 



f ruBlaga, 
araBaail 
ataUM, I 

C. WALLICH 
R*ai Relate and laaaraaee Bbibi 
Oawtohaa Bi aMan BAN. Biy. 

fHA/MV-sIUST off Haiillaln ntr.at TMi 
VAWv v'-ry daalrabl. and nlra looking 
four-roemad bungaittw ai a price away baiew 
eagli alee living room wiih llrapleaa, 1 bed- 
raoNia aaamai bath fiaiaree. kiuhaa aad 
paatry, kaaemeat. Tkia I* one .rita MM 
buy. la tfea eity. oaartar eaak. 

GOROB ROAD— Lat faalaB «MM. 1*1 
aara. A kB i —la al MM. 

,j22B&JSttM2lJliL!lSiIiltt^ 

WAirras To bvv-^ol^ 

■^.N*-.*^*.^*. — ^ i>^»a»eiiaie»ii^ta*<k<aa 



$4UUU 



P 11 ARK * CO. LTT) 
\l-er nn.l ttroad Stf*et» 
WILL BUT a Full Modem RmI- 

deaea. paaiaiainf aatraae* haii. 
large drawiag raom with BnaiiM. wladow 
aeaia, ate.; kig dlnl»t-ro«rn, with panelled 
wa'ia. hwRei, ate ; nice den Inlaid oeh 
Bftora In all tbaae rooma Kacallani kitchen 
and paatry; three Bae h»diaaiaa with larga 
aire riaaeia: bl« ekellarad ataapinff parrb 
and aoad ihrae-pta«a balhroam full eite.t 
cemant fcaaemaai. faraace aad laundry 

Haaae le en gaed alraat, rlaaa la ear line 
and ha* viaw ef eaa. Fall etaad lat. BatBB' 
tmmediaie paaaeaelan FvmltBra aaa be 
hough n„ reaaonafcl. valualloe 

»BF. IN a.NAP I room Beml 



WANTED— Bmatl kaaaft By taiiaala aar- 
eon. itt datra. IM bm laa i B. Baa 

w 



? 01 I nlonlai 

ANTKl) for 



f ri. 



on f eaao 



I r Muet bi- cheap aad 
>rm. A. « Barton. Itt F 

F UlUilCR ltMOllfl||[ 



bla 



L^^MMBR HOJIK k-.AP Fonr larg. rooma 
anil varanda r,„ ^.ry atira''ilva int. 11 
feat froBiag- on preliy aad aepalar lake. 
Twaair minuiea' raa fr.at aUCi A varr 



M • 



COVNTRT 



WB oBar for quick eale a o i' . . , 
rMHn eaml-kungalaw, onir ; H iniie. 
frarn the ally limiia. on paved road with 
(.M kaa aar/lr* uarag* ihichen hoiieaa 
aaA ahaal Jwa acre* la erehard Thi* aalMe 
4M BraBarty MB M akt*in*d on varyUia, 
terBA with a aMaU Bawa paymeai. 



ALTBBD CABMICBASfc A Ca. LTD. 
M« mt M. Ut BfttM) Mmb 
BMBM BBB iBBaraaa. abbbm 
ar Baat Batata Baard ef met arta 



fyumf fOR BALK 

MALL fanM. all la area Ravaaaa 



ufal 



41 



BRBNTWtMjtj BAT~Pr*ttf l-raam eat- 
lege for nammer aaaedn. einee to water. 



Fall aartlCklara epply Virinria Really Ca 
• II View rtlreel phnna ?l)l 



IR f»arilrii 'a • a r«.g»,,iin« 
lummer r. ' . *. r «r., , 
Ing. lennla > i i i l<,>t ^ ' 



<;Mif laiabda 
haihing, aaai- 

I nianiat 



I.-10R ll«M Bt CaiBavB Ray— Faap. 
a; (umMBai aattaaa, with garag*. 



MMR. 



BOBCTT ORtiRn a a^-^v 

tilt oov.rnment Btraat 

\aPi,RNr>ir> imia kargam iiiTTehnaaa 
fiipe.i I .A«m..1 hoiiae <t««e i« T.A» 

ea 1 '*'" .,.,.ai T« .* it #* 

Oaa.1 > - 1 ► r rr a e " . p , 

J. C. lii.lkinau. i,ti« Braagfclaa .^uaai. 



U*oNI>BRFUL Valoa— r*irfleld Heme — 
; roamad aemi-bangalow i ke<iro<.m 
,i.,«-n.i aire I bedraeme an l bath aaparai' 
Lara. li«ia« ream, diaiaa 
..••< Ram-la faatare*. eMani 

baaemaat. lumaM. Lat IMIM; la ""^nQ^ 



kaaaaiaw) I kMraama 1 pieaa 

haihroom. Dairh ktlrhaa: reaaiaaiad and 
"1.. orated, aaalr painted TKftMP AB , 

WANT THr.V at thi* price .,f |i U* ' ' 
tt.l'l a^e— I BoOMKK gTli'ti |.fv,,A 
••'A^iy I/)W A.VD (lARAUr IV AK 
RAT BItaated Jual nff K, «i ll.v H .a • 
we offer tnia pr.ly home rrnm en-aer. 
hall one anir'a iharn^ing i i < lag . roair, wi,ia 
deer 10 headaon,,. dining-reem. rheioa 
panailing and aoo.iw»rk. alao with Bmpiaaai 
brtghi kliehan with paatry mad gram 
board aad maay naakaaiRP; **" )*•*- 
riMtmA deep wardraBlai tpRll' 'oao - 
raam> high, full badMaaBt. furnace a gar 
AdR la*, well faaeed. TKRMn 



HARBOR Hoaae tielel. Okagee Harher— 
«• .,' ap... In .p.nd a kaBday. 
>«a > ' ,< ..' n. ri.hing teaaia, MIUar«a 

• Jr.. I .1 ■ , . . ,,,o.| .rata 



r>ifi4Af>n .■um 



8'~FICn1> roar kaUday aa Bkawiucaa btka 
al a*vlra lx»dge. CllffaMe 



T*r'!.. r «p. i,»li, 

\Vf 1. M.n**'*,-.. 



• ^gii* eat 



HHAWMIUAN LAK 

home, ham b«elkaaae en« aaad >alk r.T.iaT".'"". . ' ' 

ina baa<.h I wn ^iuMnm gaiaM ^iT- ^r - *»ailaO,a !«r r., n, '>,■(.«• Ixana ea OK 

«h.lni..« t.i! ' Dyaaa ,.„, .f iBi.,a.i ,.,,,,11, ..,..'„taall. 

^wnigan Lak' t4ft>tiy * ***** " 



I ,.nr 



ACRB dairy farm, 
Ul/naar V Ml aria. IMI'i 

a£2Sm'«bl^MMamaaM» 



laki 



ala. owaae, 

A 



41 

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larad. 
M.I- 



IMFRovBD aeraaBa t. raat. aaar Mtr. 9. 
r Higga. <•! Famhartaa RMf; 

2 ACRBa ealilvaied. raady1rar''.fto) aav 



^ J ' : n r<i AO*. 
aBccBtTT RCgumiD 



EPTiiN a kc <4(in « va 
• 19 r 'RT axRBBT 



ATTRAI.'llVK i.rm* ef irparmaai- -aaw.a 
raaglag tror., 1114 aawama a!w*re 



V|f~rf>RIA Rr.AI.TT CO 

MB Vlaw I'b* 

■■R Kl I A p I K n I A ' r-. n a 



Ml« 



al- 
ar. 



i^ttfnmer roTlagea 

an Inner Neake 



"«Ew m-ff- 



!■ ! • 1; . A I ) 'V 



TIIRKK, new fiirnlali. 
bea III ifull y alluale. 
Harbor a I Kaa 

A. K Iiunlop, 



• TBI. 



A 

a*' 

A 



1% MUMEV 

MRBat M laa« e« alr«* 
MIfMrad prapeilr at ae< 
MefMerman. T»rm»a B Oa. 



c n adHiaa Miak, 

tenaa Ragakawe A C* 

' •yBAB^MAOBUB aaM d iaa*. aalet aa. 

X feMkltbral taaeilAa r«av reem kaaga 

law. fllrn••^.1 'it'ng lln.n. 

aad eiii •«' -..1 • 'i» • . I'bui M leg . 
|ll| acre* 'orn.r block. fine .«.rg'a.K 

Bkfwka aad iraaa: alaa aaa. timber apnag 
water Faar acraa elMrad awi pa'k uke 

r-r.^ «Ltt6s, 

^ ll««<ha B C I i 




f. Ill ' )i a BAtl- 



ANTier> immeaiataly— •.M an 

rr,<>rigaa. Will per *X 

i» >' biae-a. p op-ff produ mg 
fr ■!■ •*-''• App. K--1 T»'t 



BA 

rir« 



I ''III hay aaa pay caah far Impi 
in ) 1 dawaiawa kaa - .. - 

r^beap Olaa BBI 



ir impro'.i , il'A.sTr 
r, M affared »* corn 

Baa IMI. I fold, H„ 



A .sTKD— 11,1*1 ea Brat r»»rigag* ee- 




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--.'5^': 

16 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.. B.C.. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1926 



olo«lal Mm* Nl«hul* 
rcnieval from K»ll S(r«*t lu 
Av«ou«. <-urn»> B«v*rl*jr I'la 



Add pbrcn 
I7IT OKk Bar 



I IT yonF walak 4*«« 



brtac It to tk* "Waiek 
Mh. BfM 



Bl««li. %r—t M. Il4aa«»riiif. |l; e 



•ol fiv* aatlafaulkia 
Bench " BrovB 



CORDOVA BAT rrAos—e C. nilTH 

IEA^ E RlcbArdC Bakarr. Johaaaa «t . a* 
I>auslaaL W«4 . Fri aixl ••(. I^a*a 
I'ltjr II It a.m. S H pin l.aavta ('ordova 
Hay t am. t it p m. Sunday ackxlala. 
City at 11 am. I p m. . Curdova at I* am. 
1 I !• am, * It p m I'huna ITll or loaf 
(llfllanr* ' f.tltla Arcttr " Hnbjact lu rhana* 

MADAMk; iiMVIA. payrhuluglat «•« etalr 
vuyanl Ktt r*lt Biraat 



t'unaullaltuns It i rt t, 



Avtnu* 

rpHua PLIUL; 
A ua«d rara a 
)'hoa* 

Tt Hl£». clocka aa4 



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I Finance and Commerce 

V ■ I I I ssssssimMBfBssmsBSmmmmBs Si nmw iB saaaaaMB aiiii ii i i iii iBBsaaaBaBaaeags 



MARKET PRICES 
SRaPATOOSE 



PLIULICr. l.l<l 
od trucka 

• »7 



fo^ auaranlaal 
L-i^ral tarma 



claaaad 



a uarautvaO 
r*\Am- »'hor>» 



iawatry 

• paliad M a jH ri l l alMMM. W«»k 

Itit 



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BBAR 



AOf!NTI»~K»* manay-flPialitnc JnTantli't. 

Tr- *»iiiaumnir w^-t^ii). 
i-h«.rs»<l. Killa (ire quUk and aavta luna, 
MMla warii •( iMAVjr MClHBrlM^ «avic<-«. 
warka inu w mU . ■alMiif frlM Miy tt to. 
mk%M • •aay mW t* •vary kotf - 

••4 Mt* MTMr. AfMtta Mka avtr 
praflt. MM far 7r«a partlrulara iAda> 
HvprrUtr Pradttrta <■,, . «01 r.<h<> I)ri»^, 
(Miawa. '>ni 

ABKiitHT man or woaoaa to aill p«p«lar 
Una houaabuld Mo««altlM akd t*iiat 
•rtlelaa. bl| MMmiaBtof; ai^rlakea ar 

«apiiAi ummfmrnn- wn4l»r-~ 
IJMMcd. Br«atfw«7 Okt. 



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rs (rant and licakaa« llmkar tt 
kla. Cralacnf rayorta aM MtloiklM 

m ba rWB^Hila. 

IN I ha miirk*t lar IM to M* mMMM •( 
I'roon ('uri' 1 1 m h<- 1 I a Mid HVM/ifft^ ta 
It ( mean tMiiiin»i.a (}tV4 
tick. Baa lltt. I'olonlal 



RTAN. MdfNTOaU. HIBBBBaON. 
TIMBBIt CO. LTD. TIMBBR 



BLAIR 

CRUIt- 

KH9. VALUATORB ASl) CO.NSULTINO 
KNOINKtLfta Timbar for aala la Ur«a ar 

masK. VICTORIA. 

U/t bava far Ml* timWr. C«««« CTMt ar 
iir*nna larfa or aiuU tfMt* 

?<"rton A kon 



WATmraoNT 

OAK flO.500 HAT 

T-raamad Modern hunaainw, i-nmm' 

•MtaV* M4 Kara*' 110 fcal ffMta: 

Rearh r»riv». 

M. «. OHfl>«TV 4 CO., LTD. 
TIumo Bulldlna. VlataHa 



JAMES BAY, $2,750 
TERMS 

Allrartlvr ( RoomrJ Munir-ili'W. In 
eirrllaat rondltloa, llvlns and din 
inc roamA kul1t-lk f^atkrak, oyak flr<- 
plar*. t plar* batbronm. whita rnkmri 

iMKrh UM'h'-n aoo<l h»r1 ron rri a. fur 
na<^ n * aii'lin iiwH-r Iravir..; 
. I • T I < ' > p - 1 «»*• HJ" ' n ' I ... ' . ■ ,t ■ ^ 

Hit i I. 1,' 1 1 ' -i ■ . 

( OMIMKHCIAI \M> ^■|S V^< i\l. 
( ours . I Tl> 'ti tnri M 



BWVi: AOAIflVV LOW* 

MOTOII.S NT Aim - 



llrlil.xh .Strike .\*-t%>. Huh IJitIr lii- 
nu<Mi(-«- (III Tradtnic — <>IIn Oiirii 
MroiiK But Wralicn Idler 

M-;W YORK< May 7.— A auddcn 
outbvnrt of MlUsir turnM tlw eonn» 
of pricM r—.tUotimry toward th« cUt* 
today nft«r an earlier iierlod of dull- 

n " ,1 f 1 <1 1 r t 11 in f 1 ' \ 

A bear drivr ugainat .nonip of t hr 
low priced motora atarted th« a^Ulnr 
moTCBiMit which also tavolved th* 
uMlal w««k*«B4 pr(»flt«t«ktlMr. J«rtfaa 
broka more than thraa points to a 
n«w tow for the y^ar at 30t S-4 und 

1',1't;'' I>flr'>i| f^ll ti.ii W inoff ih.iii 
iW'i |ii>l(il^ l<i ,1 i.<w low il Mack 
Tru< k-s II a 111 riKTi'il ilown MbTS 

than four points to 111 1-4. 

Britlah aUika B«wa waa elOMly 
watehad but apparaatly had llttla Ib- 
Muitnr^ on th^ prlc« moralnaBta In se- 

f-iir:: . - .,n>\ < ommoditiea. 

OII.X Hikripd upward at tha open- 
ing, but the buylnar movenaaBt a<M>a 
patarad out. OaJir catne of poiat or 
two in Atlaatte Rafala«. a*««ral Am- 
phalt, Ooaaral PatrolauRi. Pan- 
Amartoan "B." and Colorado Fuel 
ware wlpad oat 

V.B. Rubber common tiroUr nearly 
four polntji III A nrw low for lh»- year 
nt &6 1-2. and Uoodrich rloaed nearly 
two polBU Ipwor at fl 1*1, allB a bow 

low. J 

Call meaay held ataady at foa# par 
cent all day. Time monoy aaaad 
AliVhtly, belBv an a flat four ^r cent 
>>asla. Prima oommaretat p*p«r waa 

linrhanred. 

Toiul wnl.- A.r.- s^?,;no ahiirc!!. 

'•Mrainlnj influence of 
^<ke on tho facurlti.tt 
iM.irket becomlnff mora proBouacad, 
l ond prloaa drifted almlaaaly la the 
dulleat tradlRv aaaaloa of the week. 
CoaflicUair mevaaMttta took place in 
virtually all vroapa, b«t rtMafaa were 
mainly fractional. 



<AII Praeltana in (iifhtha) 



FAinriiLD 

yaw MTvpco svhoaiaw 

FtVk fkawa tka rkadtt ftraaea, ba»'- 
■Mat. gkraga. r«lly laadkra. Claao in 

Mjae. 

» Mf ii{ r i( f \ I T\ ( o III" 

ttl I I nn -<l I 



NOTIca la hkraay tl**« tbkt I akalt. *n 
Monday, tha ITth day of May. tItC. at tba 

..iir of It oVloeW In th* forenoon, at my 
••iii.('n<e, IS S.I Tennyaon Avenue. Maywooil 
hold a alttinc of the Court of Hevlalon for 
Ifca pkrpaaa of ravtatnt the Hat of volara for 
tka laid Blactaral DIatrlel. and of hoarinc 
kkd dktannlalaf any aad all objtrlloat to 
tkk rktkkttkn of aky kama ea Hi* onld llal. 
or t» tha roclatrktlok aa k vetar of aky 
applicant far raataUailaa i aad tor ta* atMr 
puraeaea akt toffUl to tfe* *Vto«ia«lal aiea- 
llkkt A«t." 

Dktad kt Mkywood. B C. tkia Mk 4ky of 
A»HI. IM<. 

WII.I.IAM ORAHAM, 
R'glilrar (f Vntera. 
■aanlch Klactural l>latrlrt. 



AWIUUIAi-T Ri RrroBAL DiirriurT 

NOTICB la haraby (Ivea that t ahall. on 
Monday, tk* ITlb 4ay af Mar l*t«. at It 
o rlock Ik tha toMBkM, kt IIm Coart Hout*. 
Maatinn a««kra. In tha City of Victoria. hol>l 
a I niirt of Bavlalon far Ika pkrpoaa of hear 
ini and dalarmlnlna any and all obikctiona 
In ih« plarlnc or lelentlon of aay Maia or 
namea on the realater of velkra tkr tht 
UMklmkIt Blactaral DIatrlct. 

Oato«^kt Vlatsria. 9.C.. tkIa IMk «ay at 
Aprti, IM«. 

* 0»0 H. MAROV 

lUvlatrar ml Vetars for the Kwiuimaii 
BJkktorkl District. 



VtrroaiA nrv ki.bctorai. distbict 

KOTK'B la hereby slv^n that I ahall. on 

Maaday,~tb« nth day or May. itzt. at i* 

e'etsrk Ik tha forenoon, at the Court Hoaa*. 
Haaiinn .•'lOare. In the «'lty of Vtrtorla. hold 
II < niir' "f Ftevlalon for the purpoaa of haai - 
ing and il'irrmmina any and all objactlon* 
ta tha pla< Inc nr retention of mB9 aaoM kr 

nam** on ih» r^aiaier of vktkfk far tk« 
Vietaria (Ity BI*rloral Ulstrtet. 

Dated at VIelkrIa. B.C.. tbia IMk 4ay of 
April. II2<. 

OBO. H. MAaON 
Retiatrar e( Vaiars far Aa Vlriana 
CMy Mealetai> DkBrict 



TBKDBM 



Tendera are lnvlt»d for the pi'rrhaae of 
nve houa*a ok Raffaal 8(r**t and nine houaaa 
uk Mkssa atrm. Tke klakaat er eay taator 
nst aaakakartly ae««ptk4. Pad panieatars 
ftam 

ALPRMD • \UMi. MART. * CC I.TIX 
HIM I .rr straat 



PAIMTI.VU .\M> KAIJIOMIMNO 

for palntinc and halaomlnlnc 
al Varlou* nir arhnal* wilt be received at 
Nakeal Board (>rrir<-. city Hall up to Wed 

nsMay noon, tha ilth laataai. 8a*«irickitona 
»tae**ill^ at aeknel Seata Offito. TkU- 

BOARD or BeROOL TRUrrBBfl 
May T, tl}< 



SILVliR MARKETS 

KBW VOKK. .May 7 -Bar allver 
•4 Mexican dollam 41 LI. 

At f.0B4an 
X^HIX^U. May 7.— Bar silver 
i$ lS-14d per ounce. 





Illfh 


I.OW 


T.aat 




11 


II 


41 


Allied chem 


1 1« 


111-7 


111-4 


Am. Be*t Sarar 


» 


14 


Si 


Am. Tloah. Mat 


Jt-« 


14-4 


14-4 


Am Can 


41-1 


41-1 


4 3- J 


Am Car A F'dy 


tt 


t4 


»4 


A 'ti 1 n 1 1 ( 'orp 


11 -% 


17 


37 


l.ina*»d 


M>t 


*»-t 


14-1 


^ " l.xc omolirk , 


••-< 


•»-4 


44 4 


\ sm.-itara 


111-4 


117 


I I 7 


\i' si..ei F4y. 


4S-6 


4t 5 


t fl ■. 




41 4 


•17 « 


(it 4 


Au. Sun, T..b 


lit 


11 4 


11-4 


VP ivi A TaL 


141-7 


144-4 


14t 7 


Am. Tobacco ..<..,... 


ll»-4 


114-4 


114-4 


Am. Tkkass* B 


IIH 


114 


111 


Am. Wakiana 


tt-T 


11-3 


12 1 


Anaconda 


44 


44-1 


4i 1 


\rmour A. 


11-7 


14-4 


1(4 


Allantl.- Uulf 


11-4 


14-4 


Sl-t 


M'hiii'.n 


1S4-4 


ii»-a 


184-8 


Ilaldwin I.oro 


144-4 


141-4 


141-4 


Baltlmora a Ohio .... 


• 7 -J 


«« J 


l« 2 


Batblabam ataal 


It 


i«- ; 


:it 7 


Brooklyn Manhkf 


««-4 


«:i 4 


«3 4 


California Parklav . . 


lilt 


K- 7 . ; 


1 ;7 5 


California Petk 


31 7 


3:-4 


4 


''an Pacific 


144-4 


i4»-a 


144-3 


oniral LaatkSr 


4*< 


•-a 


4-1 


'>rro Vim Pksea 


ta 


48 


41 


1 'handlar pfd 


SI 


II 


11 


Chaaap'k* A Ohio 

rhi Ol Weatera 


i2:-i 
I 


i:i 1 
f 


lll-S 
4 


Chi Mil A .SI. r 


it-» 


14-4 


14-4 


"hi A N..rthl»att 


74 


74 


70 


Thl. R. I. A Pae 


41 


4* 


4t 


Ckryslar Motor 


32-1 


.10 3 


10 i 


''oeo Cola 


144 


144 


144 


Col H-uei a iraa 


St-1 


, 17 » 


.17-4 


Columbia Oas 


74 


:» 1 


7S 1 


Cona Oaa 


»4-t 


t]-i 


»3-I 


I'ont. Can 


TS-4 


78-4 


71-4 


Cont Oil 


(•-1 


f«-l 


14 1 


Conl. Motor 


14-i 


14 4 


1*-4 


Okrn Prodkcta 


It-i 


11 4 


14-4 


Coaden Oil 


Jl-I 


14-4 


It f, 


Oiirlbia Btkol 


47 4 


47-4 


t7 4 


cuha Am. a«(ar 


>4-l 


34-1 


24 : 


r>avlaon (?ham 


•4-». 


It 


14 


Del. I.arh. A %aat. . . . 


Its 


lit 


114 


Dodk* Broa 


n 


♦4 7 


?7 


r)od»e Proa, pfd 


lit 






Kupnnt Pnwar 


2IS 4 




. < 


Klec To war 


If 


It t 


II 4 


Ba«lko*r OoM 


ta 


14 


n 


KrI* 


ai-i 


8«>a 


11-4 


Kria Plral pfd 


aa-4 


14-4 


31-4 


ramoka Playera 


lai 


llt-1 


111-7 


Flaher Body 


• 7-4 


4t 


14 


Koundallon Co 


<>« 


tf 


»l 


Klelaihrnann Co 


« 1 


44-2 


4t J 


Ueneral Aaphalt 


t4-4 


41-4 


t2-4 


nanaral Clasr 


41-4 


4S-4 


114 


n*n. Kleelrle 


117-4 


113 


111-4 


'ler. Mainr* 


1l»-l 


111-4 


11»-1 


• i»neral T'-irnleam .... 


41 


44-4 


l»-4 


iJoodrlrh llubber 


4t 


il 


II 


< iranby 


11-4 


11-4 


11 4 


Ureal North. Ore 


ai-3 


11-2 


2I-! 


Orkal North, pfd 


71-4 


71-4 


71 4 


(it. Waat. anc 


*l 


41 


• 1 


(iaif atatea Stael 


47 


•17 


47 


Houaton OtI 


41 


kl 


1>% 


Howe Sosnd 


14-4 


1« 4 


.10 4 


tludann Motor 


44-7 


•4 4 


t4-7 


Iillnola Caniral 


ite-s 


isa-i 


184-8 


Imparlkl Oil .i 


•4 


84- 8 


84 


Inaplrallok 


lit 


21 4 


11 4 


Int. Comb. Bar 


4l-( 


43 « 


41-« 


Int. Pel* 




13-4 


12 « 


Ini Mer Marias 




• 


4 


Inl Mer Mar. pf4. ... 


14-4 


84-4 


14 4 


Inl Nickel 


n-4 


11-4 


31 4 


Inl T-l A Tal 

Kan City loktk 


112-4 


11* - 


11* 


44-4 


tt-4 


It 4 


K«nni'v>u Copper .... 


41-1 


41 7 


12 7 


I.ehlah \iilley 


41 


41 


• 1 


I..oMlalania OH' 


14-7 


14-4 


14-7 


Laala A Nkeh 


lat-i 


188-1 


IM-t 


Mkafc T—ek 


lt(-4 


m-4 


IIS 


Mnnhni Klec 


74-1 


74-1 


74-1 


M a r I « 1 1 1 • 1 1 


4t-t 


44-4 


44-4 


Mr-. S'uhuard 


7 


7 


7 


^t'*'' 


11 


11 


13 


Ml" 1 «. Ific 


11-1 


14-4 


24-4 


Mtaa Pac. pfd 


T»-4 


74-4 


74 


Montana Fkwar 


r>-« 


T4-4 


74 4 


Mnntcomary War4 .... 


4t-« 


44-1 


t» 2 


Mo.in Motor .■*•.. 


l«-3 


21 4 


;4-; 


M'lfherlod* ««fl*. 


t-l 


t 1 


« 1 


Motor Wh**l 


14-4 


14-4 


SI-4 


Naah Matora 


•a-a 


la-T 


43 


National Blaeklt 


•4 


88-4 


11-4 


Nail < 'aah Raf. ...... 


48-1 


41 1 


41 1 


Nail l>alry Pro4 


41-4 


M-2 


tl 


National Kead 


147 


147 


147 


Norfolk A Waat 


141 4 


144-4 


I4i-S 


North American 


4t-7 


44-7 


44.T 


Von hern Pacific 


• »-7 


44-4 


44-4 


N Y Central 


113 


181-4 


111-4 


NT. N It a Hart. . . 


J4-1 


14-1 


11 1 


N T . onl a Wsat 


11-4 


11-4 


11-4 


Packard Molnr 


It 


14 


14 1 




44-1 


44 


It 


Pan. Amartcaa 


44-8 


44-8 


14 ? 


Pan Amkrlkkk B. 


4«-7 


4A 8 


tl ; 


Pennaylranik R.B 


11-1 


41 1 


til 


Peoplea Ok* 


114 7 


114 7 


lit : 



«ai*<« 



FOREICN EXCHANGE 



SKW YdKK NUt Kstal ia •« 

rhanaea IrrrauUi >^u<iiauuas to ekkl* 
Prance- 3 14<«; tktrltS ^11. 
Italy 4 tOV. CkMW Atl. 

Ht uiii (ITS. 

I # r ( I . I « ri > J i , '.» 

llulianu ' 4« I* 
Norwky— 81.44. 
awa4ak— 14.71 

IVnmark -54 It. 
Xwltcerlan.l 11. 14^. 

Spa in 1 ( ! ^> 

llrrr, . 1 . ; 

'nlan.l l« 

ca*cbo-ai*«kbu— a.N. 

Jaa« Riavik — I.T4. 

AUi.(r|< 14 

1; i; '1, .■ (, I , : 1 I, 
Ar(enllna - 4t. II 't . 

•raail-^4.MK. ' 
Vkfcto^tr.N. 
■kaaabal^fram. 
Maatrkal— 1M.I4 I-IC 

IAK«K 

NBW rORK. May 7 — merlins ei 
Chans* IrraVMlar Itemand 4il: rablea 

411 II I« «« -l.v h!ll« Tl ti»nl<« 111 
\l \ Irlorla 
llu>iiic H2\. aellluk i»l>U- 



Victoria Stock 
Exchange 



n c silver 

Uunwell Mine* 
Olacler Creek . . . . 
Oladatona ....... 

aeldamlth 

Ind*p*nd*nr* . . . . 
Indian Mlk*a . . . . 
Inlernatlonal Ckal 
I. « I. oiaotar .. 

I.»art»miih 

l.ucky Jim 

Mamiot Matala 

Perter-I4khk 

Pramlar Mlnaa . . . 

Riskmaad 

ilolklrka 

SIIv»railo 

HIlNrramith 

.'<unlo<-h Mine* . . . 
Surf Inlet Gold . . 

'I'ermlnua 

Vl'-toria 



U C. 
B.C. 



Moktkkk 



ONk 



Bid 


Aaha4 


I.Tt 




l.M 




.44 


•4S 


.81 


.1« 


;ia 


■ 11 




.09 


.44 H 


.14 


.11 


■14>, 


.le 


.11 


.41 


.14 <i 




.14 


.M 


.14 


,4» 


.14 


1.84 


1 It 


.M 


■ " ** ' » 




• & 




.44 


.41 


.41 




.10 


.t7 


1 A 




.11 




.26' 


.44^4 


ots 



RIsetrIc 44 74 101 14 

444 Rlrhmnnit ot . l.Oto Richmond. 

•m : 3 «00 Rlrhmnnd. .44^: 1.444 Rlch- 
hnoft o«S. 1.000 Richmond, .44H; 1.440 
nirhmond. 01 S. I.t>tt Richmond. .44H. 
1.040 Richmond. .01 S; l.OOt Rlchmon<l. 

om : Richmond. 9t%. 1. 000 Rich 

M'ond. .OIH: 1.444 Sllveramllh, 10: 1.000 
<ila<-l»r om . 500 Sllveromllh. tO . I «« 
Hi»wart I.anda. 1 to kOO I>unw<>ll. 1.11 400 
Ixinwrtl. l.lii 104 Danwell, 1.17: 14f Dua- 
weii. 1.8T; 14 R.<:^ ]Uealr«e. 14«,t«. 



Spokane Stocks 

<rwtg^^l|ytki»ei^ RM aaa ravMtaiaat 



»^^^*N*ae»^Maa^'WM 



AIaz 

Ambercrla 

Caledonia 

Callahan '/.Ina-Lead 
(lla<latr<n' Mkeatata 

Ooldamlth 

Macia 

I^adamlth 

I.U'ky .Tim 

Maian Cnna 

J>ieinl*r Hold 

Ytlchmnnd Coaa ... 

8h*rnian Lead 

Hllveramllh 

atantfard 

dlratton 

Runahin' 

TamaracU . . . . 

Waalarn Union . . . . 



RM 


Aakad 


.88 


.34 


.lIH 


•14 H 


.47 


1.48H 


1 7S 


.18 


II 


.14 


.11 


1A44 






.10 

I : 


44* 


04 1, 


8.84 


8 14 


.44 


■ 44 H 


.I8H 


.14 


4« 


<4S 


.07 


It 


.14 S 


2» 


.S8H 


.21 


.44 


.47 


.44 


.44 V4 



Calgary Oil Stocks 



4teppM*d by R P Clark A 
br airert prlvala wlro« 



Ca . 



bariB Pacific Caaa. 

Ibnaale , 

Oreaf Went 

Iillnola Alberta ..... 
Mtdwtsi 

Mcl/eod 

Slrnal Hill 

I'nited Olla 

Acme 

Britlah OsmiaieB .... 
Charokkk 

I^ndon r-, 

anneksai a*ar«r N*w 

Mill city 

Roaa Oil 

Hoyalll* 



I 14 



Asksd 

4S 

4 11 

1 00 
Mi 

,74 
7 4» 
SO 

2 70 
40 

.11 

.to 
1 11 

1.44 
.74 
4.44 
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MoUfnEAL STOCKS 

(All Krastotae M Blablks) ' 



I NliW ISSUE ' 

I The Gosse Packing Company 
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Stock 

Pr $100 (Hi I Vr Sii^i r 
Bonus 10 . Coinnion Stock 

riiis t .( k covers one of British Columbtt s- loremott 

industries. 

i ull particulars gladly given. 



PEMBERTON & SON 

ROKI.KT S. .\i.\HM.. Managrr Bond DcpartRtont 

Phone 144 



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Abillbl 

Aaboatas 

A«h**t«a pfd 
ACantii- Snaar .. 
11*11 T«l*phon* 
llrasllian Trac 
Rromptaa Paper 
Can. namaal. 

Can. Cainakt. pfd 

Can Car Pay. Sam 

Can Car Fdr p(4. ... 
Can 5 ....... 

Can S .« r'^ 

Can. Ootiona 

Con. 4?na4^arters ....... 

Cnna W A a 

r ... .- ii'Ma* 

• a* 

1 ,„ „, T. . ■ • 

Mowar'1 .MiTilih 

T.ah« nf Wonda 8lla. , . 

I « , I . » r. 1 1 .1 • Ca 

IM«,-kav ' n 

Wnnlreal rn«ar ... 
National Hr»wertaS 
Ootarl* k<**l .... 
OflWIa MIe. Ckk .. 

Ottawa Pkw** .... 

PanifikiM. lAa 

nha«t»ls*n 

Spanish River Polp 

Rpaniah aiv*r Palp. pfd. 

atsM ef ~ 
Twta CItp 



nid 

71 
144 

114 

11 
1)1 

44-t 

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141-4 
JIl-4 

41 

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44-4 

111 

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44-8 
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hfONTRFAf. PROiu , /; 

hfiorr atrons. knd rheaae ataadjr. 

i«%r. ******* ** 

Bvtlar — Sm. 1 
ta S4\4cr No. 1 

' tife — 8tora«k eilraa. .14r 
nrata. 3»a t« ««c; 



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to 



FEATURELESS MARKET 
DEPRESSES WHEAT 



Offrrinica at Wlauaiprc 

INMt LmHkIbs. With 



}'rrri Mar<|uette . . . 


41-4 


43 


12 


I'tiii Keadinf Caal ... 


14 


34-4 


It 


I'll,.- A rrow . . . . 


14-4 


14-4 


33-4 


1 i',,lu,.Ta A Ref.' .... 


11-4 


18-4 


lt-4 


i'ullinan Co. 


144 


144 


144 


PlM-o Oil 


87-4 


87-8 


87-2 


Radio 


41-C 


14-1 


34-4 


Rail 8t*<i aprisa .... 


tl : 


1.1 : 


03 : 


Kar * ona 


1 ; < 


1 :-4 


i: ( 


Raadlnt 


l« 


1.1 : 


13 2 


Rap. Iraa * Btasl .... 


44 


44 


44 


Rayal Dateh 


41-1 


41 


11 1 


8avac« Arnio 


77-a 


77-1 


77-2 


Hehuitt 


44 


44 


44 


(leara Roebuck 


41 


41 


4lt 


Rhell I'nlon 


14-1 


24-4 


11-4 


Nlarlalr Con* 


2l-» 


:i 


21 


.xioaa nhaffleld 


110-4 


117 


117 


.'^outham Pae. 


44-7 


t»-4 


44-4 


.Moutharn Railway .... 


144-4 


144 


!•» 


S'andard <}aa 


44 


43 4 


SI 7 


.'^landar.l Oil, Cal 


44-4 


44-4 


1, I 1 


.'^landard OH, N.J. ... 


44-4 


44-4 


4 4 4 


^standard oil, N.T. ... 


31-3 


11-1 


313 


.standard oil, |k4 


44-4 


44-4 


t4 4 


Stewart Warner 


73-4 


71-1 


73-1 


atromburk Carb 


44 


11 


«& 


Sladebakrr 


41 


12 


12 


Siuti Motor 


31 


?" : 


27-2 


'rrnn>a«ea Ckpper .... 


11-7 


117 


11 7 


lexaa t'o 


It 


14-3 


4t 3 


Taxaa oalf Salpbar , . 


134 


111 


113 


Taxaa Paalfia R.R. . . . 


44-4 


48-8 


44-1 


T»i r'ac c. AO 


14-1 


11-4 


13-4 


Tiinken Hollar 


It 4 


14 


44 


Tobarro 1'rod 


17 7 


47-1 


»7-7 


Tnbarco Trod, A. ..... 


107 2 


107-2 


107-2 


Trauatont Oil 


i-* 


4-« 


1-1 


I'nlan Pacific 


141-4 


147-4 


147-« 


V.a. Caat I. Plpa 


141-4 


143-< 


Itl « 


U.a. lad. Alee 


il-1 


41-1 


11 : 


V.a. Rabbar 


44-3 


14-4 


17-2 


V.I. ataal 


122-« 


111 


1212 


ITnlTaraai Pips 


11-4 


17-4 


17-4 


Vaasdiam 


31-4 


aa-4 


84-4 


'Wabaah 


71-4 


71-3 


71-3 


Wr»l»rn I'niea 


141-4 


1411 


141 4 


W.'el'rn ruolflS 


?.i 1 


:.i -. 


.IS 1 


Wpal.nn i;iec 


17-1 


4 7 :i 


07 3 


W h H « M o I () r 


13-7 


13 


13 




23-3 


12-1 


22 1 


Wlllya Over, pfd 


44 


44 


>l 


Wool worth 


144-4 


141-4 


141 t 


Worth. Pamp 


st-a 




84 


T'cstea Bk. A Ta 


ta-« 


li-4 


T4-4 



WI.N-.NlPKG, May 7.— Weakaaae ii« 
United atatea nnarkets waa the main 
factor in prire declines ta the wheat 
i>it I 'M' i'"!.i I <i>- neaslon was a 
fraturelivix om .tiiil. anlUe from A little 
buying by nilllera. the market lacked 
nupport. Offerinva wore Ucht. Ther»< 
wak some export btialReea worked but 

'ti<' \i,lui/U' w,'i,« nul l.ir^'" 

■|lii"( litil. cti.in;;o In the 

Wfxti-in i iT.iilii'i w..iitM'i I' li^ iImI 
(inly a law dixlricts reported khow<M'' 
d urine the paat twoaty-foar l4e«ra. 

At tha close quotaUona ranged from 
1 H to l\i eenta lower, with May .< 
n July at |l.ff% *Rd Odiober 

Trading in cash and coarae graln.-^ 
followed the tread of wheat and dull- 
naaa waa prawalaat all arpuad. 

Trade waa very Usht la atl eoar.^e 

rralns. 



w h*at— 

May 

July 
Oat. 
Oat 

Mar 

■luly . 
0< I . .-. . 
liar|ey — 

M»\ 

luly a 

I t, 1 

Klaa— . 
May 
luly 

on 

Rye-- 

May 

July 

Oct 



eaeaaaaa 



..4. 



0»*a 

144 1% 
IIIH 

m 

44 4i 
4«lk 
471b 

42% 
4|i« 



194 S 
IIIH 
144 

4iU 
44% 
47 



HIsh 
144 V 

14m 

144 

48 H 
44 H 



48 K 

44H 



14414 
144S 
804 S 

44% 
44 V 

47H 



1.0 w 
141 W 
144% 

lastt 



48%a 

«S% 



191«a 
Ht4H 
244 

41a 
47a 
44% 



Cloae 
ll2Sb 
llStla 

laavk 

44% 

4tS 

48%b 
43% 
41 %k 

1»1". 
1»< '*b 
200b 

44%b 
47 Vb 
84 b 



nor I i4 '4 ; 



AVheaf 1 nor lit '4; 2 nor. 
149 ^; .1 nor., 144 \ No. 4. 187%: 
No. 5, i:4H: No. «. lllH: feed. 114 : 
truck, 152%: aereaalaga. IS a ton. 

Oata—l cw,. fft%; a cw.. 4«%: 
•■«•• *-#eod. ««%; t f***. 4»%: I 
feed, 40%; rejected, 39',». track. 48S 

Darley — I cw.. 62%: 4 cw.. 59 '« ; 
rejected, 57%; feed. 64%: track. «>%. 

Flax — I nwc. 194%; 2 cw.. 189%; 
S cw., 176%; rejected, 165%; track, 
193%. 

Ityc— ? rw s i V, 



X 



) oKK CURB 



> i l.i H'K LIST 
lail tut rials 



Acme Coal , 

CentrlfUKal 

Ch^'k'T Cab 

Duraot Del. ...... 

Meaabl 

atuti 

R*o 

Tok. Prod. Bs. . . . 
fn Profit Ithar. . 
Un. Retail Candy 
Cltl«a Hofw . , oiii 
CItlea »*n pfd . 
l^ltloa Herv , libra 

Am. Oas BL 

I.ehlch Paw. 



Carib 

Olsarsek 

Int. Pate. 

Marl Me« .... 
M»«lro OH 
ContlnrniHl Ull 
I'ennork Oil ., 
Ityan Con*. ... 

Sapulpa 

Salt Cr Prod. . 
Sail Cr. cona 

W I k ox 

1 u , 

Mu 

Arlt. Cilobo . , . 
Kutle A W. . . . 
Cat Jeroina . . . 
Cona. Copr. ... 

Creaaon 

D*lorea 

Kureka 

Hecia 

HolllDser 

J \' li-v 

K ■ ' r I ,« I. >• 
Maaon Valley . 

.Nlplaalns 

Ohio c,>pp*r .. 

■r«"' k IIURhru 
t * n ^l rii 

In. Verde K>. 

wayiik Ceat .. 
Mew Meat 



Did 


Askod 


Ot 


.14 


.17 


.17% 




.11 




.0t<« 




.41 




.17 ^, 


■ 14% 


20 


,01% 


01% 


.11 <% 


.11 


,44% 


OiTI 


,41 


*l% 


.14% 


44% 


.14% 


.34% 


.7m 


.71 


.I3't 


■UV 




.in'» 




,20 


.18% 


.3 1 


.4t 


.42 V 


.01 


.10 . 


,81 




,14% 


■ 14% 


.44 


•4% 


,41 


.48 


,30% 


.11 


44', 


.44% 


14% 


,14 


. .14% 


.11% 


■24% 


.11 


,14 


.11 


1 0 




1 u 


1 i 


.0.1% 


.03% 


.41% 


.01 ^ 


.41 


.00 


.04 


.41 


■ 14% 


.17 


iT'a 


11% 


«i 


«0 


01 


oil. 


.<»1% 


.0: 




.41 s 




.40 


.41 114 


.01 1 II 


.30 


.Si 


.27 '4 


.1* 


.14 




.44% 


.41 ^ 



VANCOUVER EXCHANGE 



B C Sllt-er 

BoW'nn f'opper ..... 

Ha>vi,'« 

Cork I'rox ln< e 

C. M . A .t 

Danwrii 

nouklaa Chaskel . , , . 

Olarler 

Oladainn* 

flranliy , 

llac-lton tinld Cobkit 

Hiw Hound 

I nil'pendeitee 

In<tian MInmi 

I nl' rnatlonki Cokl .. 

I, A I 

l.akevl'W 

I.uiky Jim 

l,ea<lBmllh 

Marmot .Mriala 

Pr^mt'-r 

Porter lilaho 

Richmond 

Ruth llopo 

H*lklrka 

8llver Cr*at 

(tllvereinith 

Surf Inl'l 

II ' • Mc-nl all* 

lirlllah I'eiruleum . . , 

Maple l.eaf 

Trojan Oil , 

It C Perm. I.oan ... 

B <\ K R 

C. P. R 

(Stir 

_ Hal#a-I B f Klectrlc. Oaa and 
Power at 141.S4: 4.144 Indian at It, 10.000 
BC. Montaaa kt .44%: 14 Premier at 111. 
ICS Donweii at 1.18; 844 at 1,44: 144 at 1.41: 
lot at I 14: t.«M P»rtsr-I4afca at .44; 1,404 

1.eadHmllh at .toV ■ ^ - _ - 

al .im 

Afieraaan Me»- 1,040 Pnrler-I4ah« at 
0>; I, OS* at 00% l.Oto I. A I. at It. JftO 
Duawell at l.io. inn at 17' loo at 1 7« 
100 at 1.74: lun .i l 74 l OOO l..>adamlth 
at .01'*. 11 000 M<- .Moniiina al 00 

VICTORY AND WAR BONDS 

VIetary Immm, WtO t4 u We* 



Rid 


Aaked 


1 14 


1 to 




ot 




1 0 




.01 


14T,44 




t.43 


i.is 




• 1 


0»', 


.11 


11 '* 


341, 


II 04 


21 on 




0 1 


10 00 


34 00 


.04 


to 


vt V 


10 


.14 


' % 


12 


1 1 


.02 '.4 








.44 




.07 'i 




1 21 


1 34 


.01% 


.14 


.07 


.Ot 


.24 


.14 


«3\ 


.04% 


10 


■ 14 


.41', 


.40 


07%. 


,M', 


.44 1-14 


.4t ', 


.11 




,14% 






.41 


141 OS 




101. to 




111 SO 




II 





4%: a.taa RHtlsk Patrataum 



Interrat du* 






Iluy 
141. si 


Hall 


1417. 


1st Jan* 


and 


T**e 


142 01) 


lilt. 


1st May 


and 


Nov 


144.44 


141 »t 


1437. 


1st Jaas 


ka4 


Dee 




144 Ot 




War 


lAsta, rax 




1 »i 1 


l.t Al.' 


ar.t 


Oot. 


l»l.t« 


148.14 


11V 


Ma' 


«n t 


<=-ft 


143,44 


144 4t 



< I'arable .N>w >ork( 

Vietwry 

1tl7. lat Msy and No*, 
laai. 1st Jtoy aad Mev, 
1484. tst May aad Nov. 



1911. 14lh ApHI and On 
l»41. IHh April and O'-l 
I ttO lat Mar and .»i#pi 
1»44. Ilth Apr and < "-t 



. . . I4S 44 
, .. 148.14 
... 148.44 



4t •( 

Itl 20 
HI 41 
04 01 

la 



4 '» % 
4'i« % 



101 41 

141 84 
144 44 

Its fl 

102 10 
*« 4t 
*4 tl 

It: so 



1>I4, lat P*b -and Aas «c N R i 
Add aecraed inlereai tn dale 
1447. 1447. 147 daya, 1 l«« per 81SS 
1487. 1438. I«l), 1*14. t daya MS per t1*« 
1484. I44I. 12 day*. 101 per 4144. 
1N4. aa day*. 171 per |ISS. 

FOREIGN BONDS 



(tluppllxi by R P Clark A Oo . I.td ) 



7'o 1*44 ,. 
7%'a 1441 
4-a 1444 . . 
ra 1448 
Pa IN* • 



nid 
»•% 
»t\ 

101 Vt 

144% 



Aaked 
• *S 

1*2 
141 
1« 



MONEY MARKETS 

\jnsixm. May ?.— Money I 7-1 
per cont. nik/*nnnt ratea: Short aad 
three month* ■• 4 t-14 per coat. 
At .New Ytitfli 
NBW YORK. May T.— Can Biot4oy 
flrm; hicti 4; low 4; raM^ rata 4; 
cloelnB Md 4; oCored at 4 1-4; last 
Insn 4: ean lodRB aaalnat arreptancea 
t ' T1m*> 7»»kn« r ,*ier. Ml«er1 

OlORtlto ■ 



Winnipeg Gmm 

Letter 

WINXIPBG, May 7.— Wheat: The 
market waa a d«U. dyaSky affair to- 
<iay. wUh vary BMla h k d laa U oR al aay 
export httylng in svidaac*. 'A little 

iiuMnx by nilllcrH held the market 

-!<-a(l> durInK ilic firat hour but 
Iiriips «imlui.ll> f.i.sfil iifT »oon. In 
>■> iii|uil ti> with *^ei^l^nen^l ill American 
iinirki-tK I'riies i ecuv rn-il .ibout \ 
f'li the iti|i iliiiinK Ihf final niurtienl.H 
.•M I liitle luvcriiiK I'V fliiuls Imt 
■ '.us'.ug flgurea ware 1 Va cenui down 
r r tha 4mr *m tUl tferoa oatttfaet 

itiontha. 

S^eaboard advlcen stated that Inac- 

Kitv ■ ■ .nt 1 n II >•<! II. feature the ex 
l'"M rr..irU«'t .-tml l!i.«t )>r;ii-l leal 1 y no 
I • I1..-1 IK >.H luiil (.e< n unrovereil The 
wf.ith.r nui p .sho»<-il ihat quite ex- 
ti'n.N;.). ralii.s finil lieeii leceunt over 
Ixiiti VViiitir iirvl .'-;|>rm({ uheat ter- 
ritory In till r winch will be ver>' 
beneficial, but Utile mlosture waa re- 
ceived In the CanadUn Weatera Prov- 
incaa oBiy half a doaaa potpiu raport 
iiiir ahowera. 

Sunn' fur'hfr •■tiiiwer-- .irr pri'in 
!--< I .\I I II ''.hii l>ut the fi.rci.i.Ki liT 
ilic \\ . >| >;i iierally. Is fair in l (ir \ 

uiid somewhat cooler temperatures 

Utrarp«Bl doaad vaiolMaicad ta hi. 

hiarher, but lower than eiurlier la the 
day. Broomhall cabled that buainesn 

throughout tho I-' K .,| a .stan.l 

■till, due to the K. nrr.il l.ili.ir ;<trlke 
and ttl. It M;. ,1. iriiih.l flniir wm^ 

ver> iMiiii rile Ciiiitliieni i n n ' i n m-' 
to t.ikc .sni.-ill amounts <'f < ..^.ili.iii 
wheat. Wheat deliveries through <)!>• 
clearing house,' ai4,444 biwhela. Th'- 
cash wheat market ceatteuea dull 
and buaineae \m reported aw vary quiet 
for thla time of the year. Ljike 
navigation la not yet opened and 
beata cannot come up from Buffalo 
due to forty miles of Ice near Buffalo 
hut iihuut lo.oon.noo buahela will 
have clearance from the head of the 
lakes thla afternoon. 

Coarae gralna: Dull. featureles,<t 
markets with very little going en. 
Early pticea were fraetloaally higher, 
but theae galna were liMt. Oata aad 
btu-ley cloaad uscHNMfM tuad rye 1% 
to 1% down. 

Klax: Very little doing. Tnder- 
tone eaay. poor danMUid. Cloalag 
finna l)k to 1)4 



Chicago Grain ! 

(Supplied by R. r Clark A Co . I. id i 

CHICAdO, May 7.- Wheat: Rains 
where needed over acatlerad areas 
of the Northweat and beneflolai 
molatura In psirta of Winter belt 
led to heavy aellllng of futureo at 
the outaet and prlcea dropped sharp- 
ly. Excellent buying developed on 
the break, ami while market failed fo 
Kliow nnirh raltVIng power. It held 
\y<-]\ close to bottom lovela. 

Houaea with Eagtam eoaaoaUoa 
were amoag the beat bayera. la aeme 
quartan It was developed that pre- 
cipitation northweat was not heavy 

enoiifrh to completely relieve the 
/1roiiKht.\- condition of the soil The 
f<>roij;n itetnanil w a!4 nioiteraleU im- 
prrivod with the nealioaril tonflrmlnR 
,«a!«"^ of 500.000 hiishel.M WlnnipeR 
tmlii Hteady compared with Chicago, 
and wires from there indicated that 
exporters were again plefclag vp tke 
wheat. World'a ghlpmaau tkia week 
will probably be leaa than 7.«««,ge4 
biMh«la due largely to the labor atrike 
in the United Kingdom. Clearances 
from North America totalled 2.<S(.000 
huwhel.s. I'remiiims on wheat locally 
wore iinrbanged to onp .enr hijcher, 
\\lth hard crade.^ she u i j; flrtnnr-n!! 
.«tiii k.^ of whent R| .Mlnneapoha dr 
creased l?;'.00o huahels for week 
Conditiona continue unsettled aad er- 
ratic awlnga are likely. BolUrva a 
trading ptMitlon is beat at moment. 

Corn — May and July corn sold st 
new lows on the crop .iml ihf lone»it 
l^cvela since I!':','! l ; i u i .1 ;< 1 1 , , i, ..f , 

mild soli UnC(l\.-. I Mir ' w ;; 

power early, and the May dropped 
iielow the 70c level. Covering by 
sboru waa noted on the break. There 
were S7I,4«* buahela on dallrdry an 
eontriMt. Coaalry efl«riR«a akaw lit- 
tle change. 

OAT g Bagged alonjr with other 
(Train Trade waa limited with buying 
orderx I onflned to weak upotn New 
de\ riopnicnfs without material 
1 hiircc Movement of oats from the 
country continues small and atocka at 
Minneapolis decreaaed ITI.ddd buak- 
ela for the week. 

Rye — Bald lower In qympathy wHh 
wheat. Trade moderate with com- 
mtaalon houaea on both didaa of tho 
market. Dcliveriea en eoRtraet Sft» 
000 buahela. 



Wheat- 
May (old) 
May (new) 
July 

B*pt 

Com — 

.luly 

May 

Dae. 

-^at^ 
May . . 

July . . 

Rya— 
May .. 
July .. 



etoseasa 



Op*n 

14f % 

144 

184 

187 

114% 

74 

74% 

«S 

4*^ 

42^ 

13% 



lllf h 
117', 
US 
11* 

117 
111 

71 

7* t 
74% 
14% 

40% 
41% 

14 H 

17 '. 



1 .ow 


Clow 


llt% 


144% 


117% 


I44C 


117% 


11t% 


114 •* 


lit % 


131% 


1:4% 




74 


«»<• 


»»% 


74 


71'-. 


77% 




44', 


4 4 '4 


41% 


41% 


41% 


11% 


»t% 


lt% 



MT.IAl .MARKETS 



.NKW 1 ' il ! K 
qil let : elect ro' > • 1 1 
^^ Tin ea!«> 

64 00. futures 59 7 



Mav 7 <"opper 
s[i<.t and fiitiirea 
■"Pot and nearhy 
Iron steady, iin 



chanxed; lead steady, spot 7.1s; atac 
easy, Kaat St, LOuia. spot aad fMtarta 
•.at; antimony, apot It.at. 

At tiatid«4i 

I.ONPDN. Nfa\ 7 .Standard cop- 
per, spot I .".*! I .'.» . futures {57 12a.. 
electrolytic, ^poi f fi 4 .'.n . futures 1*4 
los.; tin. apot t271 l&a.. futurea f24S 
i:a. 4d: load, apot fS7 7s. «d. future* 
122: tine, apot tn, Utmrm CIS tm. 



NlneieemOaCmnfmiim 

OTTAWA. May 7. MiRaaaaii 

prairie tHl companies. wha|».aBfN<R'- 
tions among others for chartaf% heea 

led to crtn*lderahl* dl*cusslon in the 
Federal I'arliamem. have bean 
Xrsnie.l in<-nrporatlonn aa aniMUacad 

in this ■• ' rv , ■ I nada f Isaatle. 



I>ow ilBMa' Af 
. (8applta4 by R. p. dark A r*.. 144.) 
Average to bond* »F. J up 
2* Industrials. 142 1 up 04. 
>• Rails. !•> 22. up 04 

Riffh Seh^ei Bwrmed 

HAl l.T KTK m.m;ib. C»nt.. May 7. 
— Damaiie eatlmatad at |ltt.M« Was 
by a lira al Cka Jmlar high 
In Baan ila. MaaH, mint.. 
wheti flaaaa off ankaown <»r<«in. be- 
lieved to he iweendia^. swept the 
buildlRx and left nothinx but the fou' 
wi'i* and bell tower. All the rec<>rd> 
• e«Blpti4«nt of tho ikadttitlon 

war* 






Ptn* : 

A MksalMatlMi at 

panlea aa fallow*: 

M'Cnrmirk Manufarlurlnf <'o . I.td, l^ndai^ BM^ 
I'autiB Chawbara Co . I.ld . Wtaalp*s, Hao. 
J. A. Ifarvka. laa.^ a t kaftea. Haw BrsMVlsft. 
IVertkwakf Blkoalt Co.. Ltd.. Bimoataa. Alts. 
Montreal Kl*< ull (^o 1.1,1 Montreal. Qur 
Northweat Mill an<' Krrd Co . I Id . Kdnmnloa. AHa. 
rrieai IM aimI AeerMd Inlweat to Yl*M aVi% 
W* r*conimend the** bond* for invcaiinrni 

Matabara Gklaac* Hoard of Trade, winnipra Qrala Bxsbaac*. 
B.A Bead' 8aal*ra Aaaonaium. \t.Mi>ria gtaRh BBah4Mas^ 

Calsary Hioik Ki,hang« 
t>lrect PrlTat* Wiraa tn All Iba l.ea>liac Kaatcrn Kn haniira 



III"". 

w 

R.P.CLARK a CO. LTD 



Crari^AL Hldc 

IMi T VMNCllUVt^ H ( 



WiC W AT BROAO 
VICTURIA 



WE OFFER 



Cinatlian Government Bonds to yield up to. 

C'aiiaih.m ^fnIliripal I'dinl^ tn \ u l<1 up ti> 
Canadian industrial iiondi:> to \icld i:j> to.— 



-S.05% 
.5.50% 
,7.00% 



Foreign GoTcmment &item«1 Bonds to yield ttp to...,— 7.80% 

\\V have a laiRr sclcCtiOR of t'lr al.ovc sri uiiIm • t > i 1 sc from ami 

solicit your luntidrncc to that w% may auut you to icicct those bonds 

that are moat attiuMc for yow iadiVMaal rcqutrtoMiUi. 

WB CASH ALL COUPONS FREE OF CHAEGB 

BriUth ColHiibia Bond CorMratioa 

LIMITED 
H. B. BOOBIIAN, ManagmK Dita<:tBr 

BBBBS STOCBtS tiRAUl 

Mamber* of Principal Bxefekntea DIreot Prirat* Wire* to Malk Bastarn Polnia 
-.23 r*rt M 1 I, larlq^ BtC Pbonea 344-314 Alaa at Vaaooavar aa4 Kt 



' OCAl WITH 

RccHRfSTruco:, 

■ ViC'OaiABC 



STANMII MS AMI 

ELECTRIC COMPANY 



7/b Cumulative Prior PrefertBCB Stock 

I'his is one of the largest public utility companies in the United 
States, serving over 1,000 communities and over ^000,000 people. 
The eAroil^^s arc gprroxiiiLitrU ' >nd rcqi|jrem«ats. 

Price to Yield ti Ob 

R* G* CHRISTY A CO*, LTDa 



We Buy and Sell Any 

Listed Bonds 

.\nd act as broicers in stocks listed on New Vork, 
Toronto and Montreal markets. 

Gillespie, Hart & Todd, Ltd. 



victoria. B.C. 



Ill Fort Mt. 



rhaaa 214S 



7 Per Cent 



Payable quarterly in Victoria fanda by • Ceaip«My whkk haa Wen in 

existence in Canada for over JS years. 

Security ' .isscts over 5 times amount of this issue. 

Earnings; Nat aaninfs S tiaes amoRat raqairad for dividenda on 
this aecarity. 

Ow fall descriptive circvlar will be mailed upon rcqacst 



Royal Financial Corporation, Ltd 

VlgMM* Oflse-« sad t WiBdi BIdt.. 040 Fart tt 



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BRITISH FAMILIES 

\K'.i-.l/-<l Mii^rmits \rriMiiir 1 r-.in Old 
Cvumry Saiunlay — laAliig Lp 
In PIU 



HANBT, BXJw May t.— Tlio Mfgest 

1 >■••. . r Imnttgranta to arrive In the 
1 r,,., r \ alley at nne time will detrain 
,. • ll,inc\ •» I M r.|,t\- niorninK Six 
famliiea, of which nve arc related, 
form Uk* PRty, which numbers forty- 
ona maaabwa. A father, son and 
daoglitar aad tholr Camlllpa are to be 
put on farma In Pitt Maadowa, and 
the other related famliiea will be close 
by. In Maple Ridge 

These Immigrants will receive an- 
elsfan<c from the British tJovern- 
ment, each family havlna a cow nnd 
chlekatM to aUrt with. The t anadlan 
OarenUBent aupplloa the land. Kv- 
eryCltfliB the aetlter recelvea haa even- 
tuallyto be paid for. iMt ka doaa not 
start empty handed. 

The fatnlUea are on whAt amounts 
tn trial tor one year, and very little 
farmln,< H.tivltv i» expcctcii Work 
la found for meinb'-rs of each family 
with nelshbcnim- farmera, in saw- 
mlUa. or logging campa, the idea being 
to cat tka new aettlora laaed to the 
ways of 4lto eoaatry aad iMro them 
time to gala a little experteaeo in 
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RENTAL 

Why not allow as to flUMMce y ' 
propergr, secure teiUMta. colic 

rents, supervise repaira. 

We can improve your revenue and 
save you necdlcaa worry and 

trouble. 

If this service interests you, phc>ti' 
our rental departmept 

Reisterman 
Formaii & Co. 

608 View St. Fhone .v; 



VANCOUVER. May 7. — Injunction 

In restrain Halnhrldjfo I.nmhcr ''r.n 
pany I.td of \lctorU from iiW".:. 
treapAsalnR on land "f F' i -i i ■ 
Nanaif'i" iViMway' t'ompan', «.i > 
fuaed ; r<~me court toi.'':, 

^notice Murphy becauaa the defrnd- 



BARTHOLOMEW'S 

ANTKtUES 

A»4 Utah C1a*« r.<mlUh an*l Krrnrh rarkio 
tar* <ii>i k»..-rn>l<l I'Uir v«..rl.> -.1 Art, Ktm, 

L»rm»** aad 4>«at aalaatlaa im HAi. 
ItlS-ll'ia giart atseat rhaaa SMt 



New Furniture I 

liOJVlE FUKNl I UKii I 

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ooacrANT 

r W BABTHni.(iMrW 

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Ml ''impany had ROt 

ytt the appliaatMBa 



uotUlel 



Sale I4« lf4a 



Important Sale of High-Class 
Furniture and Effects 



AUCTIOHICRS . 

\W,. ^HKif StiwritsnkkirBikikauaiiidiib 



Phone 

324 M 




1903 



With ordera froin A. C. Flumerfelt. Eaq . will dispose by Public Aaetion 
of the whole of iHa Handsome and Well- Kept Famitarc and EBccta at 
liis ccaidMMe, liiwbchne.- S3S Ps mh a rt — BMd. VlgMli, B* C. 

The Sale Witt 



Tuesday Morning, Ilth Day of May 

and fonlT I" ' ntil everything w di«pf.«r.| of Coods will bc OB vi«w 
thi« mnrt . m 10 o'clock and all day .Mondav. CslglrHBf MMI FrB 

I'articalars ate now rea^ ; , hr ^il.tained iroBi 

TU& AUCTIONEER 




4]') 4i; Sayward Huudir.K 



Plionr ; 174 



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THE DAILY QCMLQNIgT, ViCTOIttA. aC. SATURDAY, MAY S. Id25 




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C ontintiance of Strike 
May Seriously. Affect 
Ships Plying to Pacific 

Coal Shortage AIoim W6ut4 Oisrupt Steamship 
Services to This Coast— Declaration of Sti^e by 
Bntish Seamen's Union Would Practically Haft 

Entire Service 



CJVJir. Due Today 



Transatlantic Sailings Arc Already 

Being Cancelled; Buctkering Supeiyised 



Should ihm atrlk* lo Klnsian«l con- 
ttiMc for tMr loaffth o( i%m: stMm- 
tltdp mftriemm b*tw«oil thin co*m and 
tM Uf>lt«"<l Kfnirdom may probably »>♦■ 
4l«nil''''l '>v*liit: iM 'hf l;ic|< of rn.il 
for ih'- f riirn trip Vhm l;nlli>li H<m 
mm « I'tiion h.y n"t r|pc larnl <i - 1 r 1 1< c 
but A ballot on the qil<>Hrlori Ih brmi,- 

taken, and if one in decurtd. thin 
would further Impede th* aorrlce to 
iMo e«Mk Yrom »h« OM OMititrr. 
As far M tho OaMMtlaa Otfo w imont 

MmluMt Martne't — rvl— to the 
trattod Kingd nni In rnnrrrnrd no 

trOtlM^ \n entlrliinlrd as Hlrlko 
Iv <\i>«Tted t" I.fii.l Id ( 'ii ii.id.i. 

bill ulluT linen In \\\f Haiti'" nrrvlrf 
eperaf-d by Krltlith <<in<f rri>( would 
be without crewa. Thin would affect 
•uch fleet* aa the F^moM WHhy, 
lUyal Mail Aaaiii Paekot. HoIUnd- 
Amortka, Harrtaen-Dtreet and Blue 
9>inn«l lln««. All Iheee lln*a r«rrv 
crewa belonfflncr fn the Hrlflsh 
itairten'a Union 

KCeot on Bunkrrtng 

Til* MrlOtti aituation. however. liea 

In the fact that vfnxrU \Kn ,\t\ h.- nn- 
«bl* to bunkfr In Knglnnl \>>r the 
return irtp to ihiH '•<^%t^^. To a certain 




iVyhite star 
Ships have 
Sailed the Seas 
fy'' 57 Years 

The Gr«t White Star abip to 
cront the Atlantic In ISM. 
wai rrgarded aa a marine 
wonder. Year after year tince 
then. White SUtf 
led the world in # 
niflccnce. Koowi 
•MBfert il^ tut ; 
Attattk." Willi* Star ibip* 
to-day, oflhr you the utmost 
In hizurpr travf I ut ininiinum 
coat. Saturday Sailin ss 
from Montrtal. 

Wot^ttze travel advio*, cail. 




eat«||g H irtgfel MM thd iMftl MMaH* 
B*us IndiMtrr. by' Tag fbaa iwf ill* A** 

ntajtd for Island roat for bimll«rillt. 

and derrM"'' Importations of WelSh 
.1 II I liru I'it < 

Aa far aa handlinf of hM|>m la 
concerned her*. tkeTe will be no dlf- 
Oculty, in* Coloalot wM qtpwt IMI 
iil«ht. Th* Vtoteria do«lt m% ^* H 
will handle carffo *to yeaeela arrtvlag 
h^re er^n If a VMtMfter crew la #m- 

I'li'V. .i ;• A ., , .■ t -v.l l,y Mr. r. H.t I. 

nen. ».<-.i.i«ry of the Aa**Olatlon of 
Trannport Worker*. 

Auatrallan ahlpplatf vtU ttadanMcd- 
ly be aff»«t*d alHnild tlM SiiMill 
men'* Union d*elar* a Mfftk*. Th<> 
last time a strike was d*e1ared by 
thia union, no l^«s th.in fortv xhlpa 
were tUd up in Sytln-v hnrhnr with- 
out HufTl.iPnt band.i f ,ir I'l. boats 
Thin Wiiuld nrrlouAly .iffoi t ihr rail 
loan of rtU Canadian. Auitra;**)ar. 

lincra, and also v****l« oa thA B«n 
mael*eo.Au*tral«atan r«a. 




Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



MM. ft. MMHUTMPOM P 

'>n a tour of Inspeotton, Mr. B. J. 
lluaforford. v1re-pr**MMit of the 
CaBadlan .Viitional Railways. in 

charj* of o|i«>r:(tlon. will arrive here 

today. He will i..- ;ii cornpanlcd by 

(' I: IWi.wn ihK'f iiiRitinr 
1- r r M liri' .\1 I 1 1 u Ilk''' I f ' • I 'I \<< " 

■ t»d lo .Somtic uiid Ihencp to Inspect 

)ie new XamleeiM lo KoIowm Ha*. 



I Shipping ^otei 



The yrine*** Kna. which is heinx 
repaired hy thf N'lrtorla ^tachlnery 
I ""I")! 1' ! I 1 ' ^- oil tankn InHtalled, 



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Salttaffa ranc*li«« 




II* >aaee* b14b.. vaiMHMir* 
•r Local Steamahip Ayent* 



WHITE STAR Line 
Canadian service 



ADMIRAL LINE 



TO 

CALIFORNIA 

FMH vTcmaiA 
88. BMMA ALKXANDBS 

8S. RUTH ALKXANDBK 

m9 Ml I I r jL . 



'• I " : ; I.. \v lute Blar 

I n> >>..{,)y nnnounceu thai the aalllas 
• edrio, ach*du1*d f*r llMiday. 
had b«*n oano*lled l>*aau** of a 
shortat* of eeal, a^d tAo diffleultiea 
«' trM*p«flN|« m m m m n frem r^n- 
doa to LI«»rpool. The nalllnc of ih^. 
Atlantic Transport I.in. ,-ss. i Mit n<>. 
tonka from Knitlan.l s> hi duUd for 

i-'dn, proM^usty had be*n caiie*n*d. 

I he Cedrlc was d«* to mX\ t*nor. 
row for IV*w Torti. The oflle** of 

the line explained that upon the rm 
celllnr of a voyaxe the whip in heit» 

until the rif\t Mrhi'duMd «.»ilinK .l.it<>. 

which w.MiM keep the Cedrlc off 

oreMii 1.1 imn for abOUt ST* W**kS. 

cntted ataM* a«*«l* la Ldadon 
nhled that a spcHai tfAlA had been 
r^rdared to tak* pasaeafcr* (r*m the 
i<*ylathan at Southam ptoa tA T/ondnn 
today. The Leviathan left Ww Yor\ 

with Insiifflrienf f\\f\ I'nr hrr rotiirri 

< 'iin.ir.! , , .,, her*' m» Id that 

rr.iKht iri.i pnpnensrr.i from the 
M MirrtHnLi and the Hfythia had been 
iinrhargod without dltl««lty by vol- 
tmmmfstm. Their 
cr*»s hav* Mta ad for aiothor y^fr 

nniinh OmI ItankoHaa 
w \.siii.\(,T. )N May 7. — Qreai 
'in today inform*d th* Ualted 
Ktaten Oovernni*j)t that du* |e th* 
<trike It w*uld b* tmpooalbl* t* pro- 
vid* b|fali*r coal m ftrltlsh poru for 
v*«Ml* *th*r tban thoae "perfonnina 
nervic*d *Mi* Btl M t* |lM MU«M| la- 
lerenta." 



I <l J f ■ M Her\' U e 

The I'linop.sn f'atriiMw, tied up for re- 
pairs, will re.Munio the Nanalmo-Vaa" 
eourer run on May 10. 

At th* omeo* •t th* B.C. Coast 
Benricp y**t*rday. It was announced 
that a* **on as the Printym.s Kathleen 

and the Princeiw Mn rpncritr C'> Intu 
servli <•. toniorri.w \\ ■ < k :i n I ' ti 'w> 
T»rln.-et^.- I li.i rlottp ;i \ .i i l.i Mftcr cx 
it>n«u< ,1 ItnrAl lon.i. fhi' w hi tie of tli.< 
ve.n.x.'ln \*hi( h hH\c been In iiap dur 
ln» the Winter nioiith.s and which 
have not yet had overhaul, will be 
ffradualljr vliMi>aim tnm aorrl** for 
att*afl*a tlMi wajr*. 

only on* r«und-the-I«land cruloe 
hiie yet been arranred, that oommenc- 

'nir K I III ten for Mtb**^*Bt 

I rulaet) have yet to be aet. 



Wtath^r lUport 



Mi Oonrnment St 

PACIFIC S.S. CO. 



MILL BAY FERRY 



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UNION STFAMSHTPS ' TD 
To All R r Coant PomU 
^IWalhipert. Rttwnrt. AAJMM. BtC 
New Stesmeft 
OKO. McOREOOK. Agrnt 
I Belmont Bldg. Phone 192S 



1 KIU.IN May 7. — The Britli-h 
ink- airci.d.'v haa affected HamburK 
Mhippinc K*tul4r- MiBpll** frem 
Rnffiaad of fram four to alx shipiodaa 
of coal dally have b**n Interrupted, 
and fl*r*lca coal nforen for bunkerinR 
vess*lf tere ni. I .„ippii^ |,ft. 

Ne*otlailrtn« are pronreaalnf to oh 
tain I I „Hi nnilah Bteamora «r 
rlvlBf at lUmburr with «*ii*ral car 
«*«s hav* it«all«f**d them and re 
l«ad*4 wHIl e*al from RngUnd other 
lt*aih*f* at HamHurj en route to 
Rnglaad are remain mr m 'hr- , 

man port awaiiin* dev eiopment.-i In 
th* airtk*. 

Shipping Intormation 



Knleviin f:.iin Mouth*a*t fTOsh; 

29.70; heavy bwoII. 

Pachena — Itain: southeast stront; 
39.71; 41: aea rough. 

CarmAnah '"Mudv: ea«t; 29 «5 
llltht , h..,' 

< «i" I ;ir.o- Uain. .aim; 29.70; 47; 

.1 -'I t h 

lull Hnrbi.r—overcast; rata; w**t 
' ' 'I ■ ' »9; moderate swsll. 

I'rin. o itupert~Part cl*ttdy: oalai: 
29.70; 52; aea smooth. 

X>*ad Tro* r*lat-^ff.Tl: 41. 



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In ft ttnnrk. frefn midmaht la ml4nl«4it 7 h» 

frtf k»l|rhl •#■1 . • ' - -VvMnfttwh ^'it^ 

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<t<4r4as twa a— t iaalTe tlOei 
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British • olumhl'i. uiih nn in> m.i-.o 
of niSteen. <Vijehe. with an in.re.«.ne 

• r thirty, ho. I .s..»U hrw.-u, and the 
Terrltorlen irr i he only ae( tlnn<4 of 
the I>r,iiiinl..n in which tlie number 
of pnntomi e,., Man I een added to 
durinB the yeftr. arcnrdlng tO th* 
repart of the Deputy >flnl*t*r. which 
ha* just come off the pr*M. The 
Canadian Pontpfflc* kaadl*d laa^l to 
an OMlmated tntnl of 1.400.*00.0f)o 
plecea In the fl^c.-il ye:ir endln»; Mnrrh 
31. Of thK niinil.«>f i I v v K ■_> reached 
the I>ea(l l.cticr , pi opOTtlOB 
of 1 In 711, or It |irr »eni, 

The avarac* proportion aalng to th* 
DMid L*n*f OA**, from ml*dlr*etlon, 
ot«.. duHhc th* last t«n yeara. was one 
in 40«, so there is a substantial Im 
provement helnif nhawn. Of the total 
of nearly n"" ■no reachin.; ihe ,iend 
letter om< . ip th'^ yenr mentioned, 
•I .. . 'iiiuriorx W.1-. Canadian 
inai ,'ti . .«.•, 1 t„ I iinadlan polntn. 

The 1 (.rr.fTI, e p,.f.p|„ fOUHd $18,572.89 

In th.. i<.iti.rM. .iiKi notwithatandlog 
th.- r^n that it \n lrr*flilar to **nd 
cash in the mails, th* dapartment 
to rotara to tho ownom |14,- 

• K.ft. Th* R*e*lir*r-Oen era! sut 
|1.7t#. Incidentally, the .lepnrtment 
collected 111.904 on reinrnfd dead 
mall matter, asd aold undellverable 
par. el.H for $3 41* 70 

Fewer postad* atamp* by lljll.. 
73S w*r* sold in th* Uveal y*ar 
IfSl-tl than In tb* previous year, 
owing to tho **tabll*hin*nt of the reit- 
ttlatlOB that th*y could no I'.nser h» 
u**d an excise etamps on rheijue,! ^nd 
recelpta The total Imiie, an phown In 
the annual rei>ort of the PoHtmu.^ier 
0*neral. Hon <'hnrlen Murphy. na« 
$19. 741, 499 for the period ending 
March II last. 



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••Tea. air, | %* the '>i.|..- 
hihlt.*nt nieety-fear laei ./une r«« 
1 kfMi if It had net he#o for etrlltee 
.nt ihi putting back of clocka 

•"trh y».^r 1 «ould hav* iMI A 
uaariaa by aavtl" 



1 nrvrnuf 
lleveniie of the department .imount- 
"1 '•■ 1 1 « '.^r'.!*!. or .ledu.ilns 
14 on.t , 1 pfli I I , .i,riP(«, dl/icount 
'" ' ' ■ ' , i.is- on parcel* 
'•■ I'.T . ountriea. ftr . net rev«nue 
K :x I 4 r.il.tit. Kspendltur* totalled 
129.1 T),9«3, m**t Of *rhl«h I* eiaaaM*d 
•MiirorbB** of mall IU,tl«.«4t. 
MrMgb Ili.ll4,l41. ror mtleese 
thova «a* MM Mli.tto. and the eoet 
of p*aiafa aiiaip* was I2« 2 4 7 0 i.^ 

p«ndM«fl9 tAa* e«#**ded revenu*. ).v 
Il.tlllfll In I8ja-i4 the , 
ment h id x siirplua of 171*4. &:>S, and 
In III'- ptevliiu* year, 91, 417. 79*. 

J. Oaboury, Doputy JdlalaUr. In 
hia ropart. otatas tkat tlior* haa been 
BOOAABg* la th* pollfir of tho dopart 
woat with r<*p»ot to th* rur*l man 
dellv ny j w ri le e Tb« aee**aii> 
•triet *4*0a*my rrr^-iia the rranting 

ef a p r>'i.- It I ii>n» f..^ n't rnjtgg |||. 
volving invreaae.l rxp^ndlturr. 

of the poMal atrHM. he 
The po*«al slrlk* la Jaa*. 
a partial diaiipUoa o# Hi* 
aad U W4ka neceeaary to take 
dMIaAAl h*ip la BkalBtaia th* 
at fUt aM p««M*. fkte 

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\ ICMiiai. MO%'l 
TA< M.MA. .May 7. ArHv*d: Chilli 
coot, Mo«ul. BriUsh Coiumblai Skag 
way, Munalras. Seattle: Barbara • 
Odarstta. Ma Fadra, ■atlH: Din 
t*idyk« yavtUAd:- MlafVA, fealUns 
ham. 

.^i:,\TTI.lC. May T Arru.i1 HarrA 
I-uv k .'ri hac h l-Jdorado Ta. uom Weet 
MaliwMli .S...»toria. (Mtv of ^;pl>k.^nc 
Orays M.iihor. KrwMaie A\im. Hen 
aen Admiral fi-wo) .<an t'l .1 nti»c<> . 
Mil. Peary, Ma. Ap4ui. Bontheasi em 
Alaska. Saliad: Aaaiataa « it> 
Cedarotta. Akngway. iiuaaiff**, Ta 
coma; J*ptha, Booth*a*l*rB Alaska. 
KChoonar Fort Ijir.imle. In tow of tUK 
Hamson, MuWilieo Tiilthybiua, Kv*r- 
etl. Rlderado iJravN Harbor. 

KETCH1KA^. May r.— Bailed: Ad- 
miral Roaorik i*i M >aa n d. 

lOVItRKTT Mav 7 Arrived 1 a i 

ihyi'ni'i .^eattu• .-;.iii.d J c Kirk 
pi'ri. I. Sli 1 .1 7 11 Ilk .1 .M.Trii Sc.iUlr, 
ThoniH.-, I Ileal, Tort Angelca, 

PORTIA ND, May 7, — Ajrrlved 
Oaaatfa, XM^plaa, ■liaw IMUlia- 

■on. New York; Raniltn T. UrCor- 
niArk. .San Kran 'Isco; \\'alter A 
I.uckcnh.-ich i:ii-t,,ii. Iin (ir-oti. I'ort 
'".iNl.i .'.-'aili.! X. ii.-n \ivn.-rp, via 
Onir.il Ameri.-rt. .Munaon. New York; 
f'anadtaii Phtnter. .Montreal; Btor- 
vikea. BhaakAal; Cov«aa. im An- 
g*i«at Kanau. Atftworp. ^ 

SAN FRAWCI8CO. Ar 
rIved Tolonel K T, T>rMl .- C rtUnd 
I""''! ' . H .rc K , nfc- V\ , Kl K 

.•^^••aiile l.i.sljiiti .V|«in V k. .ha 111:1 
l.inh .Monar. Uolterdam: China Ar 
row I nicutfft K U. KIngebury. 
Imfnn Alexander. BaglnaW. Ban 

Pedro. SBilad: I)av*apart Fortlaad: 
Admlrat Miloy. Mattlo. 

\rrlTcd _ _ 

t>\usi:Y. May c— ladton 
Oiays Harbor. 

KOBE. May l.<HPr«aM*pt WIIOOB, 
Baft Frsnclflcn, 

AMOT, .Ma\ 4 Cuprum. .Scuttle. 
HONt; KO.NO. May 6.— Dowey 
I'ort land. 

YOKOHAMA. Mdy 4.''-Jtm% Mara, 
.<i*attl^. 

Sailed 

> "I- I .11 \ \i \ .M,^, 5 _ p.TriK Mam, 
« . I "lyphemuii. Portland. 
I A.NWiA ( A.N'AI.. May 7.— Myrtle, 
Ponl.imi. I.utoen, Ban P4Nlro. 
.BYDNKV, May t.—Mldiara. Van- * 
eouver. 

SHANOMAI. May f 
Taconm. 



City. 



l Yandaoa. AM 

c LSI (1 

• Hiitalii \ I" lii.HM 1 ; I «<'t; nil .1 (1 f.>r 
."^-'■.i 1 1 le. in. rniles froip bealtle. 

/rnon. left Astoria 1:49 p.ra., boaad 
.s.m Krunclaoo. 

.North Kla«. r«9tMi4 f«r Bristol 
Hay, 2k4 mSkm voal •t CAlvanbU 
uiv*r. ' 

H. T. Harper. Willbrldge for RlcA- 
niond. 440 miles from Rirhmol 

I h.irl^v W'.itson. 4'oob Bay f4 
ni.'H.I hii r l...iind < "oris f'»\ 

' • f <■ .1 . . ri . 1 .Mill] I ' 1 1 1 n V ii 'I Ml f 'ir 
.N.iK..^.i 4 s 4 i...illi Ufi.lt west. 

i:.iii...i>' Cv.if'ti I I TBlalNHaa. IIT 
Hnllea from 1-verelt. 

MIna Brea. Baa Pedro for VtBOOa- 
ver. nallea from Vaacoavor. 

Pawlat. bound Lo* ABt*l*s, 9*9 
miles from Li* ABg*lee. 

Lancaster. •« miles south of Ta- 
too4rti, hi.iind .««e,-ii!ir from Portland 

Prln< ''.-.-i .M .111 u 1 1, n.i off ^ui|i|i>t 
(■.Mill 4 I . |i III ji.iui tl ho iimi 

f'rtni e«« Jtr itrtrr hi l\..r'. !.'>l:ind 
' '11 |. Ill iKM I tl !,( . ,j n.l 

Prince Charlea. due Ocean Falla 

1:1* p ok, aartl ibound . 

e,o.M.it. MoimnRmi 

' 1. . 1. .1- 1 1. . \.- Jl, |«ft 

I .innnui t'Mrii\l fm ll.i'ir->x. 

I ^iia.ii.iii iiiRt!i,' .i. \prii SI. laft 

Halifax for Vancouver, 

Canadian Importer, April Id, l*ft 
Swanaea for Vancouvfr> 

caaadlaa Pioaodr. April tl. lalt 
Pafaaa OmaI fir llABtroaL 

Canadian Plant*r, May 5. arrived 
Portland. 

Canadian Rnnsrer, May H. arrived 
\ an. Oliver 

(.'analUn Iranaporier. .May 4, ar- 
rived J ! 1 ■ Mills, 

Canadian belgaeur. April 27. I*ft 
Union Bay far D*voapori. 

Caaadlaa Wiaa«r, AprU II, Mi 
Norfolk tor Uaitad XtafMai. 

Canadian Shinalabar. Mar I, ar- 
rived Olaagow 

<-nii,(dlai' . ....-,.r M„, 4^ l0f^ 
Podrii fill S.I II »■ I ,« n. m< o. 

c.iii i.ii.vn I ,i. May 1, laH 

Ocean Kalla for 8an P*dro. 

ninadian ObMTvor, May I, arrlvad 
VaB*ouv*r. 

QRAdildn lldivor. May 4, arnv*d 
Oedan Falls, 

Oaaadlan Prom>eetor, April 29, left 
vaaiBUvr far Moaipoal. 



Mam. 



\\ iniagf 
Eattran, J P.M., Mdy T 

Amura..l*rt Britannia Beach, I p.m . 
for Tacoma. 

.1 A Moffat. Port Angelea for .^^an 
I'edro. 140 milen frnnri Han Pedro. 

Hha^ta, Am. for Oakiaad. Bl7 

miles from < m u u ^ i 

Tanan.i. Hui.*. ii,....,, f.,, .';r,itile. 
15 p m . I7fi niile.s from t>4Mltlle, 

Caac.i.le, iMiund La* Aj^l**, tj7 
miles front Ixm Angeles. 

Bdna (^rlatsaasn, Ipa Psdro for 
Gray* HarbM*. |tl IHIMb from Oraya 
Harbor. 

fiert K. Hanfy, p.irflan.j for f .on 
AnKel«B, M7 rnllea aouth of t 'olurnhla 
Ulver. 

.J. C. Kitr.vitn...,- Port Wells for 
San l-eiirn ■.( i u. from B44n Pedro. 
Ruth Aleaapder. VlolarlA for Ban 



OAlil 
9» Arvlw 
FraaMaai MaSMlay. from orient. 
May 11. 

Tak«bain* Maru. frmu (Jiieot » « 
It. 

ICmrra«» of A-"!:* fr,ir, <lrl».n.f Mh 



I'"-*-"''' i^fr......,! frnrr. orlant. 

M » V :^ 

Aiiuka Maru. from Oflen^ MoV Id. 
Niagara, from Aoatratta. MNly M. 

To Kail 

Preeident Ja*k».m. f..r (Jrlwut 

JO 

Kmpr'-Mi of Australia, for (jrlenl. 
May :.4 

Alabaata Maru, far Orl*ac May li. 
Presidaal MMMMBk In TrrtiaL 

May aa. 

smmm .911 
11. 

■hMaiMiid Mat*, fm pmuL Mar 

sa. 



Gray Chartered to 

Replace Princens 
Ena During Tie-Up 

I ) iNO ta th* Prlae*** Baa, 
^ boHi* tlod up far rppalrai' 
th* C.P.B. has ehaH*r*d th* 

ceneolidated Whsling Corpor- 
atlon'n ateamer Oray in tak* 
(rrner.il cargo to Nirthern 
Brlti.<h (oiiinihirt porta The 
Pariflf- Anierir:)n Plaherleii veji. 
ael Norwood has also been 
rhartered by the < omp.iny to 
carry coal to the White Paa* A 
Tiiliaa llatlwar. 



»^40e 



unforieen expenditure The utaffs are 
CTndually helng adjunteil. hut it will 
take eome time \ "t hefore fliey are 
hack to a nnrm:il l.:nla The dlKrup- 
tion «if bualneaj. .iniaed by the Hirike 
alao a"lver«ely affected the revenue of 
the department,** 

Th* ffrowth of th* poaul bwamaaa, 
Mr. Oaboury roports, brtafa with 
it tho a*osa*ity *f oonsidortng me- 
chanical appliances for the handling 
i>r malla Thl..< matter hnx been 
jflven further parllriilar ntu-h during 

the j>(\«t twelve iiionlh.^ (.jr. nily Jn 
regard to me<' hii nl.al (<.nv.>.-rM and 
lelt dlntrlbutora for parcel poal. It 
Will he iie. esHary lo introduce equip- 
ment i.r thiH nature at neveral polnta 
in the near future, aad It Is coaaM- 
erod that th* latradaattaa of rach ds- 
vices will r**ult la a more *fBel*nt and 
econ*mi<al treatment of tha malls. 
r,-..(.,iri. . - \.ide«i 

Although uii pcatuill( ea were closed 
during the year, 110 were ep*n*d. ao 
that tb* toul. lt,ITI. shows little I 
chaaga. Thd ta*r*ada* a»* la Quabec r 



EeniiM Wm 
Could Hardly SiMp 

Mia 
WTrt***—'' 
kaad, 

len, tor* aad Meky 1 **«Id hardly 

•leep at nijfht 

I (It a prenrHptioa frem ay doctor 
Viia It did ne no 
began to take 



I (II) nriiisi, Columbia (11). Baa* 
katchewan and the Territoriee. 

Th* number of money order nfllroa 

In operation on March .11 la.st w . > 
S.ft'l, an Increase nf HIT The total 
number of ordera I.>u<ued wa^ 1 1.4.1;., - 
4411, with a value of $ 1 « J. .M ;i .1 : ft a.* 
BKHlnst |l.M»,9Sfi,1 14 for the previ..ii^< 
year. The ,^,.nre \ iliie of money or 
dera wa^ I ' Ihm branch Of the 

aervlce ah^iwrd a profit nf IIS7.9I9. 

The aggrefrate balance to the credit 
of the depoFiitorf in the poatofhce aav 
Inga bank last March was t?4 «4-i.- 
f»«0. a decrease during the >ear of 
|4!>4 i<t The averac'* depoeti « «/. 
alao "mailer -9104 OS. n- - 

pared «iih 1911.91 on Mareh ai, 1924. 

Tho mallB ar* •arrlad atdp 17.141 
mllaa of railway, aa laaraaa* af 414 

mil**. 



A hook ranvaseer went i n t r> n hr^r ■ 
her « "hf.p and axke.l i I : r- |ii' i 
If h« could aell him an encyrioprdia 

' What'a that?" aaked the barber, 

' It'a a book that contains informa- 
tion upon every subjoet te tho worM." 

Thoro waa a vletlm la iBl HHJr, 
and he put la, f**bty: dd*«n*t 
need it," 



Wholesale Row 



Mar T. II 



rrea* 



a af 0#* aosaaa*** 
' a a • a i«A ## • • 
• a ••«••••••• • 



B*Bt. o«rtoa8 
FrtMla. No I 
D%iry 



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Ad. tUMa lA >••*•••.«•«••••••••• -11% 

AA trlpWia 1^ -.*•••••••••.••• •••I, .14 

aiaeria eftlMta^ la >••#•«•..••««•••.. -14 
Afkerte itu 
Oeurts 
Oatarle 

oaurte «i|gtoia la. ■««. l«: 
S«pt inak«^ 




rare L^r* — Tl«r««a kMta, e«r 1^.... .11 
Oea»»e ea 4- .fleteee be Ma par la..... j| 

*apare*«a 0*1. 
Aaparaaua, local 
Htana. waa. e*r Ik. 
Hm»nm. ere«a. par Ik. 

Mala, sar aaeli 

C*e*Mb«r, hothoua. 
C««amear, holb«uaa. 
Caabas*, ear iV 

Carrot a, aaek 

C«alino««r. doa. 

Calarjr. tm^rlad. dea. . 

t^taaa. keaS, Gai.^ eMk 

OalMMi. Taklma tf 
Paraalpa, par , 
Paiatoaa, twaat. r^r 
Peiataea Malalaa* 




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t-wu.iir MaaO ... 

Marvel Meek 



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Seawf^k* 

Parltr . . 

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C*« Reeaa 
leU l.aar 

8S^:i &£;Im3**:u 

I: A Cpaauy ...ai 



aoa* • • • * « hi 




Retail Prices 



' jasvtaad Jfey T. Ufln 



4 



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LmsI aetkeow Te w a m a per Mk 

New Potatoea. eee 1*. 

1 ... J ; A «r" ' » « ■ . . 

V aiit.Ti.ia >""" I'arrota. par *• 

Aiiu "'."tl** ^loba. •4»ali 

cauliSuwar ...•«*.«.•.•.«*•. . 
Cakbaa*. i »aet lA ••«••«••••. 
kaad 



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Cucuml>*rik (raak, *Mi'k« ••A aad 
Oatua*. plcklla*. 4 Ma !**< , 

>ria« uaieaa aoaea ••«..... 

kuaak .aaaaaaaava 

Ce^t Iraeki pft aA<aaa**aaa* 

ae*a*ua* aaaa, Ba*a*a*a#ft*«« 



P*lsleea OvS ben, Oeaaa pee aeea... a*e 
Petateetk «fy iett White, per m*k. . a*9 



Ktiakarb tl 

Tamaiuaa. holka aa a 

Ma. I. pe* art. ••••••••••aaa.aa*,, M.r. 

N» I ••••••••aataaaaaaaea** lt.r. 

No. I ...•*••■.•■•..•••••«•....•«. M. r. 

Turnlpa. aaw, ear aaeh ....^ I 11 

Hkdiahoa. local, par do a. M.i>. 

(JraMtrMl. JTierida • t 71 

u^'tthf lal ••••i^ 
ureaa ^^^^Mk ta. ••••••%««••••••••*•'. 



Ufoan apriae uaioaa 
t>aralar. kuaak 
l.all«4oai 

i.aituee. i-.w-iT- 

, ai onioaa 9 laa fer . . 

)■.,..• t.''n. fr«ih. per Ik. 
, ui.iu.a. I ike tar 

I'oloiK'^''- 'oo*'- P*' •••I' 
Pciaiaoa. (waol. 1 Ika. <or 
Muakrooima, akltl«ai«4 - ■ ■ 

na.llahr*. J buachaa for 

.^i.ina.li. local. I Ika for 

. liulboua*. por lb 

M . . . I. I •iii«inf». lb . . . 

luiti^h'*. tucai. It Ike Ik' -.. 
vvalarcraaa SeT baaeB ....aoO' 



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i: 
ii! 



Vtrawkorriae 
rrankarrtaa 
I'lCf applaa, 
AppUo— 

Hplliivrb* raa 

f * i . . r n ,N M. 1 



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■rada Oanik SIA ^•a.t.M.P. 

r* . ....* I Tl I tl 

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kaina M^awllaa ... .•....«,.. . I Tt I »« 

Wlaoaeea •.••.«a**»>. > '^t ^ %t 

V»*s^\ Appiae, erti i «o i ;i 



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Wlatar Baaaaa 

Local Apple*, a*^ ............. .ft 111 

llaaaiiaa. uii. rata* ........ ... It 

Uaaaaaa. cralo* a. « • < . •..••ata««.«. II 
«*«,«•«.«.. ...faa***** 4.tt 

I «.»»»»a»— «Me*eae*»ta 



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.oak 4 Ike. lee. • . • aaaaaaaaaoawaa* A* 
nalhaa, par bee • <». ...aoa...... 

:lDtnab Rod. por a**. I tl 



App! 
Uoei 
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Souaiiaa. doa. ........ .... • >ae 

v'hprrira, par. lb. •••••.•.*•*.•••«• 

n'laa. i'mi.. layee. ***a pkia ...... 



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It 

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Bttlar (>tall||»B 4oB . . • e • e • aa * a * e «e • ett 

H*i»iua. bs>«niah (^lyBt«ff^ •§# M4 •#€ 



Kbubarb. 6 Iba. fui 

rrMli Mr»wto«rn««. »«f box 



nioatrra. f l^a far 

i.'okl nilota. i>«i Ik. 

Halibut, per la Jt 

tioita la .••.<..•••....•.•••.••.••.• 
Black Cod, treaa. I na iae 

Hk..' J il»» f'.f 
I Co.1. 1 lb* fnr 
I Kip^iril. P«r ll> ....... 

riaeaa MaeSiaa PW 1^ 



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e e • e • e e avvv^a ao* • 
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h ' r 1 e • aea *«V«8B«A«W»* aa* e aM <M 

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draeled Ciwa • AM U.M 

feed OWBMaal i-tf ii.N 

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i*e*as*a**a* 
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OyMoi 

Koeulmalt, 

SMta^ per ^ 

Seintoa 

Satmoa, wblta 

gal*4e a, aaiau red ...•...••«.«••.... ^ i 

QMBfcsi^t « «j »de e * ■a****-*-'*** «*A A* J 
tjaneaaiia i ita ler , g 

I'rr«i<tcnu lo Meet — A m**tliir of I 
the preMdMit* «f th* lieaT •x-a*rv1r« ' 
organicatlona wlU he held in ihe \ et- 
erana of Fraae* Club, e*rn*r Douglas I 
aad Oaurtaor lt r *t g , an Monday, at 

Ji'isemenia in'l 

eptlnn to hn 

• '■x'r.i 1 I... t \m> 

Ti t I lid dis* 



S p m , to < iim jilet e 

I- on n rr 1 1 1 J n >v i ; I . i h ^ 

! • i X ■ . 

r t ser-v li e tn r n t \ 
trill. 



My Vanity Case 




HFAT.TH U. afvr all, th** 
foundAtion of beAUty 
And Btlraetiy«n«B. The 

rrWing the h*»althful 

„ w And color of the akin, 
thd tlMtleity ef m oma m ir^ 

t.hMie Ara ttf MMMbIi Ot 

baAUtj. 



BMWiy 

worn on rpcoffnizf in Dr 
( 'ha5«''.«i Ner\ f* Fo(u! the 
Kreaipwt of bf'aut ifif>r«; 

You muat f^«l woll lo look 
wHI You CAnnot p<».<»ibly 
look yo«r bflM when you Ara 
tin'<l. npr\()ii<4 and irritAbie. 



lutifies by fonning new, 
rteh blood, by reBtoring color 
<o th*» fadfVj rhfieks afid hv 
building up ^ vjt Ality which 
fiMkit OBB cnMi^l tutA irfvA- 
BlBttl. 

The beneficiAl reauite of 
mfnf Dr. CbBM^ WervB fyy>d 

APT lastinsr b*K'auw» by iti* uh*. 
vou build up energy and vigor 
in th« httiBBii' Byvtem. Toti 

fM»l hfttrr anrl look h4»tf(r. 
you real And slwn wall, «i\joy 
your meiJa antl know tiM 
if^BlhiBlthfuilhriBf. 



k 0. Jmma KMaMW, AliA, 

aad air Mfw w|g a* aw*i- 
i»T« aad Meky I **«Id hardli 



loj^^m Mj doctor, 



B urdock 

B LOOP 

B 




After I ha/1 takea tkrae Hottlea I wae 
enmpleteir relM.o«d of Sly "rtmaa^ a^4 
woiiid adTiae an* oaa •offering f.-"!* 
ar • diacajie of the hlood to iiae B 1! P , 

a* It '• worth Ita pnee aaar tiaaaovur. " 

Tkla vaJ .ahie prapara&aa ka* kam 
aa tk* BUirket for tb* pasi 47 



WWi.V T.KAF" PArVTS the 1 r„t 
that money can buy, and the cheapest 
>n the loBf tBB. 



WATER SYSTKMS ibr country 
homed. What cdpacity 4o you re- 
^ttift? 



Builders' 
Hardware 

I n' ni.iny vf,4r s \a r iutvr ^upplird \ I'-fo' t.i an i , 
' inrotivrr NIanH mn' r.i. .r^ witb. ' ' m |J 
A rr Wr knfiw and lia\c wh.ii ''i' , w^ui, 

iVlI votir ronrVartor you want hardware that 

will l.t = t .t; long: a<; ihr hdu^f" ^;<rf)w;irr that 

rraliv looks well, an4 he will most Ukcly come 
here tor it. 





r.AVVX MOWERS and (gardening 
Tooli of every deecri^tfaa. 



I RED JA( ! 
J j The beat pu 



mp made. 



(^S^-caey to Ax. 



Hicknan Tye Hardwara C*., Ltd. 

■iHBPlMell iM.lit YatMlttffaef Offlee Phone 2041 



18 



Tin- DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1926 



I BEST QUALITIES 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED 

Store 'HoMf i ' i9 A>ML to. 6 iP>lf< 



< I II 



SUPERIOR VALUES 1 



All That Is New and Fashionable in Summer A 



11W 




Values That Will Make the Bargain Highway a Busy Place Today 




Women's Tweed 

Coats 

Plain Tailof ed Styles 
^ ' Stipetiof CyMdes 

$22.50 to $45.00 

Coats of superior gndt tweeds, made in plain tailored effects, 
inclttdkiiT cape 'models. Very stylish ^d in favorite shades. 
Some have fur collars, others notch collars ; inverted plea^ in 
back or flare styles; patch or slit pockets and turn-back ctiff<?. 
Fully lined and moderately priced ^22.50 to ^45.00 



GMs'AU-Wool 

Bsithiny Suits 

At Po^utor Pfkm 

All-V\ool llathing Suits, in 

^h.Tflrv (if <<arlct, saxf. rtiT, 
fawn, tritniDcd with conlra.st- 
\ng .^tripefl on the skirt; nhcs 
for 6 to 14 years. I'ricnl n 
cording tq size, from S2.25 

to ~ #1.50 

All-Wool Bathing Suit«, with 
nr without brlts : very urat fil- 
ing styles, lica\ icr quality, in 
sixes K>r 12 to 15 years, (•cod 
a'*'5ortnicnt of color?. P ' r ! 
at, each ^2.U5 




Qiildfeii's 
Shoes 

Of Betftsr Quality 

N larjjfe shipment of Ilurlbut's 
Shoes for chiMreii just re- 
ceived coniptetes our stock of 
these famous* iltoes. Slightly 
lower prices ;|i^fvail in some 
line^. • " 

"Pussy-Foot" First Strap Slip- 
pers ^l,7fi 

Siraj) Slippers.", suies 5 

Per pair J^Ci.OO 

Strap Slippers, sizes 8to JO^ 

I'er pair 

()xf, ,r(N in .Ml Leathers — 

Sues 5 to 7 yj. S3. 

Sixes 8 to Wyj. 83.75 

Sizes .11 to 2 f4.25 

I'rcttv new desij^ns in Chil- 
dren's Patent Leather Strap 
Slippers, mh 'Macfarlanc's and 
riassic makes. 

Sizex 11 to 2, a pair, {|4.0U, 
f3.50 and ^ f2.B5 

Sixes 8 to iO>^, a par 9.-! 00 
and ^2.50 

"Kiltie" Kiddie Shoes for fat 
feet, turn sole strap slippers in 
patent leather and wl it • ' ' 

Sizes 11 to l>j Sa..'>0 

Siies 7 to 10'/5 83.25 

Sizes 3 to f>' ; f 2.7S 

In hlonde ki<l. jjrev kid and 
tan kid; sizes .\ to \01j un\y. 
At ^.75 and f3.85 

I,ou llert Pumps for prowinjj 
girls, pretty buckle styles, in 

black kid. At. fO.SO 

In patent ' feather at ' 

satm, at^ f5,00 

For Yotif Camp 

bpcv lal Values Today 

Camp Stools with eanv a^ ro\ - 
ered seats; some with strong 

oak frames. Each ^t«lB 

Camp Stoolv ^ixes, light 

to carry ; well made and stronR. 

Each 91.00 

Reclininjf Deck Chair , ! u t 
ahle to three po',ition>, |(3.50 
Mirrors, 7x9 mches, with onk 
frame. Suitable for camps. 
On sale, while they last . .95< 

I 

Books 

Made up of popular fictloii. ' 
On aale today, per volume. 50< 





— lUatto IHpt.. lat PImt 

Summer Millinery 

For Matrona, Misses and the Youngar 

Girls 

\\ liilc Uress Hats are a graceful coni- 
^y^>^^/7T pl'inent to the Summer frocks. Shown 

T*": in airy li^lit^ >tne straws, stitched silk 

and softly draped crepe de Chine, with 
flowery garnitures, feather ornaments or swathed bands of 
^ ly printed silks. Hats of rare charm. Priced fro i i^S-f*."! 
to spuT.rio 

Tailored Sports llats, bound and haiulcd willi corded rihbun 
or finished with flat cockade. Brims are small and rolled 

f' the f i( e, or larpe with a ii^'rareful droop ami rolled 

back. Models to suit, all types, in white and all pastel col- 
orings. Priced from 92*50 to 92*05 

Smart l,e}.;liorn llat^ for f;irls from (> to 17 years of ape, 
banded and bound with pastel tinted corded nM" NK r 
selection of shapes and styles. Priced at ^4.i)r», ^o.{>5 

and t..~ 90*05 

Dainty Little Hats and I'.onnets of soft braid straws with 
ribbon afid floral trimmings, for the smaller girls. Priced 
fw>WL..^....i....»...........,.^...j.......^».......«......^ 9^*'5 to 95*05 

— XUllatry. lat nam- 



Girls^ Spring Coaft 

Of Smartly Patterned 
Tweeds 

$7.95 to 

Tweed Coat"; iti "^niart 
patterns and lovely color- 
inf(s, strictly tailored or 
cut with a bit of a flare, 
designed to suit girls from 
8 to 14 years o'' 
Priced trom . . . .S7.Hr> 
to 1.1)5 

— ^IMraa'a Waar. lal Pla*r 

SmAft New Oepe CHine Dtesses 

For Oirla and MiitM, $19^73 

Dresses of nice i^i.iiuy crepe de Chine in dainty Summer 
styles and shades, with contrasting trimmings; the skirts 
are flared, <>lee\es lonj^ and necklines \ary. heinp flat or 
collared. Shades are powder blue, cherry, Pekin blue, rose, 
reseda. Nile, bois de rose and black. Siacs for 10. 12. 14 
and 15 years. Unusually low priced at 9^0.76 

— CunsraM'a Wa«r. lal riaer 

Women's and Chiidren^s 
Hosiery 

Kayser l'*nll I'ashionerl Pure 
Thread Silk Hose, in black, white 
camel, Circassian, hoj^^jjar. plat 
inum, aluminum, cheri. l:oI<i. 
silver, naturetle and cha 

Eair Jf^l.J^."* 
[ayser Full Fashioned Chiffon 
Ho<r. with pointed heeN. neat ti! 
ting and very smart in appeal 
ance. In shades of black, f^tm 
metal, Circassian, silver an 

inum. .\ pair ^^'^^^ 

Pure Threiad Stik Hose, mock 
fashioned with seam np back of 
lep; shown in n wide \ariet\ .)f •-hades. ( )n •-ale. a pair. f)8<* 

Silk-Plated Ho.sc in dropstitch effect, with elastic garter 
tops and dotlbie soles. The flexible top is a feature of this 

hose that u ill appeal to many wf)nien. Shown in ' 
white, fawn and clianipaj^ne. Sizes H' , to 10 Pair. Hlif- 
Full-l-ashioned Lisle Hose. Penman s make, in shades of 
black, white, light grey, dark grey aad champagne. Siaea 
8' ' . in On sale 65f 

MerccM/.cd Lisle Hose, heavy quality, with duublc .soles 
and toes. Shoun in black, camel. -^Niredalc, white, brown 
and grey. Sizes to 10. .\ pair 60^ 

b'nil b'a>liionrd Merrrri/ed I.i-le Ifosr. seamless. with 
hemmed tops, strongly reinforced feet; sizes S'/i to 10. A 

P^^^ -••--••••••••••••••...*..••......■.• .A^.. «•«•-•• .4 •«-... ......8^)'^ 

Children's Fine Cotton llose. neat 1 and 1 rib, in shades 
of black, brown .and w hite ."sires 6'/. 1.i 10 \ pair. ...25^ 
Fine Lisle Hall Socks, in pretty sha<les. with fancv cuflF 

tops, well reinforced at feet. S|iccial, a pair '.. 29f 

Chihlren > Three-Quarter Lisle Socks, with fancy cuff tops, 
in shades for Summer wear. Sires 7 to 10. On sa'- i 

P«'»' .*. 30f 

Boys* Cotton Golf Hose, in khaki and black, with fancy 
lops. Special, a pah-.... » 




Mother's Day 
Mottoes 

Just Arrived 

A nice selection of 
Mother^s Day Mottoes 

just arrived, and on sale 
today, tbrr, different 
sizes, price i ,i! 

65c, 95c and 
iU65 



>. Vtwmr Main rr.. 



Women's Imported 
SilkJtLnit 

m 

Jumpers 
On S«k» (2.95 

Jumpers of nice quality fibre 

>ilk. in fancx' weav es ; made 
with elbow .sleeves, round neck 
and finished with prett\ cro- 
chet edjiiii'.^, cord and tas>;els. 
Shown in plain shades oi ivory, 
lemon, covert, shrimp and mix 
turei* Veiy .JCMcial 



— Bla 



92.95 

lat riaor 



Gordons 
Limited 
Stock 

window 
Displays 
Today 

Sale 

Commences 

Monday 
Toiletries 

TOILET i>UAP SALE 

.■\ special opportunity to seeiire a 
supply »f the fines^ qvslity Soaps 

lit a very low prirr. We are efear- 

ing up a mnnlirr of lirokcn lines nf 
■^u nvr l>r^f 'I'oiirt Soapji, v^Inr^ 
I'P to 2.x- ;<n.| .V^r per cake. > ••: 

choice at T cakes for 50< 

—Mala riaar 

TALCUMS 

An sssortmrnt f>f wril Wn'>»!i Tal- 
cums. Usual 25c and Mc tins. 
While they last t 9 for ....... ...M# 

HAIR BRUSHES 

Kxcelknt value in Whsletwne and 
Bristle Brushes at. each TBf 

BAU DE QUININE 

.\ pnpular hair ionic and scalp 
cleaner at a special sale price. 

$1.2.5 .Mze «5#k 

7.Sr - r 45^ 

AUTO-STROP RAZORS 

,\nfitlirr rrniarkal>lr ofTrr. com 
prisrd nf a Rj/nr. vMt'i l.',i.|r atnl 

.*trop. complete in a ca»c, at tjic 
exc 



Top. complete tn a ca»c, at the 
le^ionally low price of . 4M 



Boys' Play all SttUs 
of 6 Test Cloths 

\ perfect. well-ma<le Cnndii- 
nalion Suit that fits well, will 
give unlimited wear and is neat 
in appearance : khaki with red 
or blue trinwning. 
Sizes for ^ to 8 years . ..81.50 
Sires for ^ and 10 \ cars, 
"0 Test ■ Flapper Suits; blouses 
m-fth sailor collar and lanje.' 
roomy psnts that button on 
blouse with belt of same 
material. For the asT< nf 3 
to 8 years „ _ f 1.75 

-^Bajrar star*. Ix>w«r Mala rtoar 



Special Tmfeey 

Luncheon 

50c 




Bargain Higltway 

Millinery 
Specials 



For Today 

W onien"^ and Mi'-ses' Trimmed Hats in a ^eat 
assortiiiciu < i -liades, styles and trimniinjcf: 
On sale today i r fl.BS and 1^2.95 

l elt ."^port-N ilats in prett\' pastel i.oloiin_'-^ < Mi ' .tic each, 1^1. {IS> 
Children 6 Hats, y;oud selcclion of st}.i\-> and >ii.ides. I'riccd 

fHOOl T— r-ir--»-rr .-i--T--'-' T • ^LSft tO ^3.05 



hk Thit Bargain Highway Skot Sectum 

The Tables Afi Plied Hi^-h With 

Shoes for Men, Women and 

The increasing^ popularity of this department shows that we ha^ 

what the people want. 

Really Good Shoes, up-to-date styles, fully guaranteed. Priced 
from 

95c to $3.95 

Nothing Higher in This Section 

— Boys* Shoe Special 

On the Bat ^ain Highway Today 

Black Box Kip School Boots, tnedhim weight, with rubber 

heels : sizes 1 1 to 5^. 
Real bar^in gt !« „.».,.: ■ . ^ 




$2.95 



Highway Bargains in tlie Hatdwatc 

Sactiott ' ' 



Heavy Copper Nickel-Platcd Familv Tea 

Kettles, eleven pint aize. Regu' • ".' ^^ 

On sale for f 1.88 

Willow Baskets for eggs or market tise. 

well made and strong. ' < ' i <1; 

price, two sizes, each 45^ and 55^ 

."^tronp- Shopping Mapfs. most useful for 

ordinary wear. On sale, each 39^ 

I^onp Handled Uust Pans, the ' Daisy," no st»»oping; very 
useful and durable. Regular 25c each. On sale for ....154^ 



Bargains 



For Today 

Cheltenham W ritin- Pad.S 
regular 35c each. On sale for. 

each ■a«^a»a^»«o^>»a»» »*»»»»^^^^^^ 

Knvelopes to match 

for 8, packets i i 2r><* 

Wax Paper, usual price lOc. 
On sale today at ....8 for 



Boys' Jerseys an^ 

Sweaters 

On Bargam Highway 

.\ll-Wool Jerseys, in good 
colors and of fine quality, with 
plain or polo collars; ^^ra ?? 
to 32. Each 91.27* 

Jazz Sweaters, in a wide range 

of patt<j' " ». ' ^ ' ' 

26 to 34 lo ;|^4.50 

Stoia riMr 



— «***w»»*. L*«se Mala vimt 

Boys' Shirt 

Waists ■ 

75cto$i.50 

We oflFer a large aasort- 
raent of Boys' 3hkt 
Waists to select froor; 
neat patterns and plain 
shades; for the apes of 4 
to 16 year at, 
each 75f to ^l.SO 

— a^r^ StoM. tmwr Mala riMr 



Ifolkpr's Day Soatftj 

If you have not Already sent 
her a card, do it tbdav. \\ c 
still have a nice selection. 
— au ti— ry. Low apkta flMr 




Boys* Bathing Stiits 

$2.50 and $2*75 

Wool r.athinc^ Suits, {fl all popular i olors. 
with contrasting body stripes; sizes 26 to 32. 

each - > ^ -f^^ 

Sizes 34 to 36, each $2.75 

, — Bays' Store. liOWOr MaJS rioor 



Men's Wool 
Tweed Mod 

Suits 

$24.50 and 

$29.75 ' 

Suits made of wool tweeds and 
worsteds, fine textured cloths 
in favorite pattern? and shades; 
li^ht fawn, light grey, radio. 
Fair Isle weaves, checks and 
pin sfripe<: Amonjj the «tyles 
are douhle hreasted. senii-form- 
fitting. single-brea<«ted and 
.semi I'nrll li i \ h n t t o n . 
double-hreaslcd ehect'i ( )n 

sale, each f24.50 

and — f 29.75 



MEN'S SHOES 

tiig Values 'I oday 

Our Suprr Six Range oi Mfii * >h()r^ influHf* rvrrything that i* 
new and Rnorf in Mfn't ,^hnr «iyle^. 

Bootn and Oxfordi in all leather* and »hapr». Truly a Suprr Siic 

value at _ - f«.00 

Albion Shoe« for Men sre too well known to need m«ch sdvrr- 
titins;. ■ Suffice to say. oar stock ia sgsin eoni^tc in all liiieii. 
Roots, Oxford* aa4 Brofpw*. in blaek and lia: also Blaek Kwi 
Boot* and Oxiords* and Crepe Sole Oxfords, iritain's 
vshM, a pair ..... . ■■■■ 




Boys^ Pants and Knickers 

Uoys' and >'ouths' Long Khaki Pi" 

sizes 27 to .33. .\ pair 5^1.7.* 

Doys' Blue Serge Knickers, well made of 
good materials and full lined; siaes 22 to 32. 
Priced at fl.SO, f 1.75 an l fl.es 

— Bvya' Star*, L«w«r lUla ri9»r 



A Sale at Xooke 
Ssit Cdlats, Bach 

26c ■ 

Reg:ular lines an<l lines we are 
divnnlinninj^. in white onlv, 
all pfoofl shapes and all si/ev in 
the lot. Init i!of in each sha|)e 
bargains today, each 26^ 



Mc fllloe 

...>7.M 



Men^s Handkerchieis 

Fancy Colored H .tilr-r.l Wrt- mrr.ii 1 1 iti'U T. hirf^ Rr^olar 

25c rac>i <>n »ale at _ _ .» for »•# 

V^rr/t lap Silk Handk»Tchi<f«. fancy rolfir* and I'aitiry pattfrn*. 

• SIX <l..mi to clear Rrnntar f I 00 ra«li. lor .aO# 

Mciia Pare Irtah Lmcii Han4lKrcln«fa. whhc only. RegaUr i5c 

j each. Oa sal* for — — , 1. 

1 — Smi's 1 



— MMi'i raraMMaM M«<a 



Men^& Work and 
Sports Siiifls 

All BiK VahMs 

The "6 Teat" Khaki Drill Shirt, 
Mad* in eoat alirlc, wiib two p oite " 
ets. tani'dova eollar. bnttMicd 

point*: xuarantreH faat coir- . ' 
rip proof. Big ralue. eseh, 

riKU mg ValiMt ia N «ih«a 



The Biff Chief Khaki H*ayy Drill 
Shift, with two pocket* and turn- 
down collar Special at 
Dark Khaki Drill .Shirt, with two 
pockets and collar attached. A 
wMdarfal Shirt for tk* 
Each 



Copper Shade Khaki Shirt. «amc 
quality as used by the British 
Army. Absolntcly fast cotor, will 
not fade or wash out. Very nest 
Shift*, with two pockets and collar 
attached. Barfains. each ..J9BMt 

Wk* Vtmr 



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