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NO. 140-SEVENTY-THmD YEAK 



VICTQRIA, BRlYJibH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, MAX 23, i93X 



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AIRPLANE BANDITS 
TAKEN AT TORONTO 
FOR BANK ROBBERY 

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* • ^ : 

Youthful Thieves Admit Stealing Plane, Holding L'p 
Inftittttion at Pbntiac. Mich-, and Flying to 

Canada in Fffoi r to T scape c\Tpturc — Were 
i^ntraining lor Montreal ^ 

btudied Aviation Three Weeks 

Before Taking Daring Chance 

» 

TOKONXO. May It (CP). — a youthful bandit who btudied 
ailailw Imp 1h*m wmIw te pr«^ati«n. poUee nmy, f«r 
fhr "prrfrt t i rimr,' hart his w injfs flipped here tnnight. 
With his companion he is now in a Itnal cell aHaitins extra- 
iHlin far « Mak robbery at Pontiac. Mich. Loois Ki«h, 
t^M'iitN on«- ivtroit is the sbort-tlme aviator, aad Aaan Maro 
jan, twenty, ronliAc, hU companion. , ... 



OUtklaet Spending 
Powers of C.N.R. 



WbUk tba two were changing 
tnaM ftrMOKtraal^ iMt*. dataottm 
toik fiMM Into «nto«r, and »i2J03 
they IMlmitted atealint from the 
bank waa rteovered. Their atate- 
ment to the poUre was daddadly of 
the " dime novel" variety, and ooa of 
th« weirdest and meet darlaf ItCal 
oAclals had ever heard. * 
ElBMAfHI CMM OWMOfc 

Oh Thwrtdly. May »l. thay atola a 
light motor ear to Datnit, ttMgr aald. 
' ere i^inint tlw nyrt**' 

ihe (SI :he owner came out Of hla 
resldenre They promptly dragged 
him Into the automobile, drove ten 
miles out. and then gave the owner 
two dollars to return to his home. 
They drove the car to Pontiac, and 
parked it in & vacant field on the 
outskirts of the diy. Then they 
pant back to Detroit by autobus. 
'In Detroit the pair want to an 
avia >ii find whaii Klah had been 
leaii.iMK ;o fly. They Stole an air- 
plane, two nv*- Kallon can* of ga.so- 
line. and railv in the mornUiK of 
FYlday flew the .ihip bark to the field 
at Pontlar. whpr»' ttipv had parked 
the automobile J imd a key to 
flt the door of the I'ontiar Commer- 
cial Savings Bank. & n u.si Company 
branch at Lawrence and South 
aaglaaw streets. 

LAY IN WAITING 
Before the bank employre.n came 
Into the bank that morning, the two 
thugs had entered the bank and la/ 
In waiting Six of the bank's em- 
ployees were Imprisoned in a vault 
M Klah held a gun on them. Mor- 
gan, ptehad up ^qpe of the bank's 
euniMar iia«iha a^i craamaed a fuU 
of BwiMy. AoHat Iba oMoay were 
maaKsUwardolMMtf tl)a b^t was 

Wiwo rtM^PVm car ^d 
OMMBMd on IPage t, Cetanm f 

mm WL 

Sucrppfls Aftnr Lengthy 
Sti uynlr Against What He 
Terms • Grave Injustice" 

T OXnON. May M (TP) .—After 
a straggle of twenty -two yean 
■fyaal wiMl ka ietma a grave ta> 
Jw^tlee against hlmnelf, Ex-In- 
jpector Symc. of the Metropolitan 
faMee. haa won Me cmo. He bat- 
tled (hroufh the (ernw of fear 
chief commlaaloncra at SeeMand 
Yard aa4 elfM Wmm ae^reiartea. 
Twenty-two yaara «•» flnap-aup- 
perted two oomtaMes wW iMaa-aa- 
ewid af havtag eanmnted a wraw- 
fUl lamk Osoaafaaatly Xaipector 
8yme was r e a wned to attoar duties, 
without lose ef pay or rank. His 
rontinued resistanoa eaueed an In- 
oulry In ramera before a commis- 
sion of three Judge.<i who. while de- 
riding again.'^t him, stated he pre- 
.<ented hb rase witli piMaal pro- 
priety and temper. 

iWflaaiD rmom foM» 

He was dlsml.'!.^ when he threat- 
ened to take his caM to Parliament. 

Syme still pursued the maltrr. 
Eventually he began to break 
windows In Downing Rlrret and 
when he was jailed he went on a 
hunger .vtrlkr pv^r twcnty-tWD 
ha has fought his battle. 

NOW ha has raealvad a panalon of 
INO annually and a pajraMat of 
fMOe on account of arrears. 

■BARTLE.S.S OFFICIALDOM 
"Hr life has been sacrificed to 
haamam officialdom.'' said agm 
today. "Altogathar I have ipant 
MMia than ttoraa years in prlaoa and 
ata menUia in • attalaal hniatie 
a^rhaa for a^ wbMi wara the only 
way wharafeQr z oaaM aMtaat atlaa- 
tion to my eaae. 

"NOW my reputation has been 
cleared by the Home Office. My 
friend.* are anxious for me to atand 
for Parliament as a Laborlie Per- 
haps I shall " 

I.Abor meml>ers of the Mnnse nf 
Commoixs whn took up .Synir s ,-n.yr 

recently, are Initiating arrange - 
menta kf a paMi iHHBMaial te 

hin. 



REDUCTION IN 
SEATS JOED 

Ward Five Conservatives 

Enriorsn Prnposal fnr Cut 

in Nu mber ot R idinfls 

SPEAKER DESCRIBES 
SAVHIQ TO PROVmCE 



Minister Bsavar*. "^S >* *>■* H*a>« 
•t coMBMa laal alfbt u «ai bu opIbImi 

thr r»n«<lBa Natlaoal aaUwajrs khvaM 
not rsntiaM !• (Bjar 111 r«w«r ta •witrk 
mtatf •araarMM lar a yarl l a ehr «wb 
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RwlucUea fkoni ferty^eight to 
twenty In the nnmber ef seata In 
the Provincial Legtslatare by a 
gradual preeeee that wenM nlU- 
mately eave between Wjm and 
f78,Ma anneally In eeerfenal eoats 

Ward Five Coniervathre t as arts 

tion U.tt nichl. (in inotlea by W. 

C. Winkcl, Its chairman. 

Mr. Wlnkel. stating his personal 

views. Ka\r se\ <"•:; tra.soii.* for (he 
suggested reduction In provlnrial 
represenutlon In the Legi.slature. 
Portjr-elghi maaabacB were not re- 
qubml to ttaHhafaiinwa of aoo^MO 
people, ha avemd. Tlie entira dl- 
reetorato of the Oaaadlaw Paelflc 
Ratlw^, with Intereets stretching 
around the globe, was less than half 
that number Citl'^ "iurh a.s Vic- 
toria wnd \'ancouver did not, requtie 
iMpltciit*- ni-iiibershlps to the extent 
Um^ M^W. enjoy, and In yeiurs of 
economic depression there was little 
excuse for so large a House, Mr, 
Winkle stated. 

"It Is a fair estlmaU to say that 
It cost 130.000 this year to pass the 
Speech from the "Throne. In that 
debate every member of the House 
en Page I. Calmnn S 



Labor Wins 
Rutherglen 
By-E lection 



RimiXROLEN, Laaark ihlre. May 
32 (Cp).— Labor retained the Ruth- 
erglm fMt to the House of Com- 
mons, Mut with a greatly reduced 
majority, In yesterday'b by-alectlon. 
The result was annouaoad today as 
follow,- Mavid Hardle. Labor, 16.- 
736, capiain Moss. Conservative, 
15,853. 

Tlie by-eledion wa.s necessitated 
by the death of William Wright, 
babor member of the House He 
had captured the de vision from the 
Conservative party in 1922, and In 
the last general election, when the 
vote was: Wright. Ldbor, 17,538: 
A. p. Duffea. Conservative. 12.249; 
J. D. McDougaU» LIheral, 2jMft. and 
A. B. Moffat. Oowmunlat. HL 

The bv-riecttMi waa laaght oa 

strict partv lines. 

troth lUoivers^ 

Order Disb€mds 

LONDON. May 33 (CP).— Hie An- 
cient Order of Proth Blowers Is no 
more. The world-famou-s organiza- 
tion of merry souls has decided to 
wind lt.>;elf up voluntarily. accordliiK 
to a notice In The London Gazette. 
But belilnd thrm thev iPRve their 
Rreat anthrm * T'lu- Moir \s f Are 
Together, the Meirn^r We 11 Br, and 
a ftoa laeord of chanty. 

Pounded M-iftt W tM-'l^ S'r 
Alfnd IMaPh emlaeal aurgeoo, the 
Froth Blowera, In four yean, rinsed 
more than $500,000 tar ohlldren s 
charities. They endowed fifty hos- 
piUl coUs with $3,500 each, and gave 
$70 ooo for the development of Boy 
Scout and Olrl Guide troops In poor 
areas. 



Compromise Reached 
By >X/heat-Exporting 
Countr ies o f World 

Geneva Conference Approves Creation of Committee to 
Provide Means of Collaboration Between Nations 
to Pare Way to More Orderly Marketing 

LUM>ONi Maf '< The wheat conference meets to- 
MiifiM faf what is cqpaatoi 4a ko the ftaal I pto n a r y 
session. Throuthout today and well into fhr rv--ninif the 

mato plana commitirtr ploughed through draft reports. It 
, finally reaolMa aa agree meat on a aelioaee e»Mok pravMoa f or 

the creation of a eontiniiiiie i 'mimit!r<- of ronfrrenre of which 

the apeelal fanetton wUl be to provide means of collaboration 
hotwooB wliaat etpoHtag t o wt rlai off Iko waiM. 

Wlifn tlir lommlftec rose tonit;!.' 
the ta.sk was entrusted to Dr w 
A. Rlddell. of the Canadian rirW 

gatlon. to prepare the final report, 
and submtt It to ttoa Jjtawnr aiM* ~ 



Four Miners 
huriedLnder 
Fall oj Ruck 



.^HKNANDOAH, Pa . May 22 (AP). 
— Four mlt>ers were killed trxi.iy In 
a fall of coal and r<v k n: ti,. Wil- 
liam Penn coUlery of the 
hanna CoUleries Company. 4 
nan waa a«1eaBlr tojured. 
. The tee aMa wan nembere al the 
, * niehl Am JM« upmui^ for wttt. 
< A» they roSi to a a*io ear to Na S 
drift, the Ml oaac. baotof them 
under teaa oc Satola. Ibt toll oc- 



tomorrow. 

Tim report la a eompnanlse be 
tween thoee who think It does not 
go far enough and tboaa who tMnk 
M toee too far. and would prefer 
what would have been little more 
than a new bureau of statistics. 
Durinit today.s diseu.sslons it Is 
understood the Poll.sh and Danublan 
rountrles pres.sed for the creation 
of a more rigid form of Interna- 
tional organisation. The United 
States was agatnat acceptance of 
anything which might savor of any 
Intamattonal commitment. The Ar- 
gOBttae and Canada were also 
■galmt quota llnlUatlona, which it 
was felt would havo aa advorae ef- 
fect on maitettnc thair crope. 

The stop-tN» balwoatt ttaa Mar- 
FjLstern propoaals on the ooa band 
and the American vlewpolnl OA Ute 
other wft.s very wide The aim Of 
tli^ rommitter s rep>orl Is an en- 
deavor til bridge the gap by pro- 
vldtrt; means for collaboration. 
There was some suggestion tonight 
that the European countries may. 
when the conference assembles to- 
morrow, present <^me re.servatlons. 
But sa far they havo accepted the 
draft 

TO RE.«ITORK rONFlDKNOK 
It Is proposed that the ronflnu- 
intt committee have power to make 
recommendations. Including. If con- 
ditions necessitate, a recommenda- 
tion that the conference reassemble, 
n Is a secreUrlal form of maaibTig 
house for Information on wheat 
crope and maitaCa. Hm eawtoatnldeo 
behind the fow iniMtee. jwwofo r. la 

ndaaea hp halptog to 

gf the 



&m\ m. 10 

BEtOHtlEO 

House Approves Bill Author- 
izing Building of Branoh 
in Okanagan 





MASSING IN 




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Specid BmM$§ fwr 
VUitor* atOpmlMg 
Of SflmHumVnU 



Rebel Forces Prepare for 
March— Big Gov't Army 
. Bein^ Mobilized 

CENSORSHIP PUCED 
ON Pfi£iS OfePATCHES 

Mystery Surrounds Stand 
Taken by Minister of 
Railways on Dispute 

SHANOSAI, Mar 23 (AP).— 
while baaOt ajod Bed nnnlee 
ravaged Central CMna prevlneee 

todat (lie < oivrriiiiieiit i Immped 
on a ceiuorahlp ef preaa dls- i 
toat vetted MsysBiBalB of { 



rHX board of directors of 
the Qaaan Alesaodra So- 
larium- aatanSa to donors and 
frlenda a eordlal Invitation to 
attend the official opening of 
the new unit of the uiitllu 
tion, to be held thi> alteinfMiii 
at Mill Bay. commencinK at 
2 30 o ehx k AlthouKh a K»'n - 
emu.-j ur.llaiion i.^ extendf'd to 
V'K U>r!a and district citizen.^ 
It tMus been necessary to Inn it 
the age of children visitors to 
sixteen years and over. 

At o'clock ttaU Af tar- 
noon ipactol tuM off ifaa Vaa- 
coBveft litoBB Ooach Ltaee 
wui leave the btta depot and 
will arrive at the Solartam In 
plenvy of time for tha oere- 
mony. < 



C.N.R. MANAGEMENT 
STRONGLY CENSURED 
ON DIVERTING EUNDS 



r^belliou^ lt(n>\tK »hout Kuarix 
tiuig and Kwnngit and of loyal 
leveee ■ii in i wff to'aeatoai 

Prior to the censorship U 
been reported that 100,000 soldiers 

were concentrating In Kwangtung 
and Kwangsl for a ii<^>rthwar(l 
nia!"!; aRain.'-t the Nm:. ; (Jn-. 

ernmrnt a' NnnkUiK A < i<i\»'rimient 
force of . M MHi HXi r;,(;i had been 

reported mobilising to check the 



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deathiaIs 

"SOLLV" joa 

World's Diamond King and 
Famous Sportsman Suc- 
cumbs at Newmarket 



Meeting of the Masters 



HAO$PECTAC"lAR 

CAREER ON TURF 



AWAIT nrf isiov 

Whether KwHUKt uiK .md Kwang- 
sl Provinces woui,! ihiow their 
forces Into thr rrix'llion or rrinain i 
Iiv.m; '.1 Mic n-tiita! ( rovermnent ap- ' 
peart d to await the action of Bun 
Fo. thirty-year-oM MtaMMT of 
Railways. 

Son -To was en rottta to Oantdn 
from Shanghai. He Is the eon of 
Sun Y-at-8en, foutMler of the Chi- 
nese Rrpubli' and snme leixirts 
said he would a.s.VM'late ium.self with 
the rebellion agaln.st Chiang Kai- 
Shek, chairman of the Nationalist 
ooviiraiwH aad Ma iattoar^ pro- 
tege, 

MAT nas oba iHM miBB 

other reports, however said the 
revolt aKainst Chiang had been 
tKxstponed ui ihi" hope that Hun F'o 
was the bearer of a compromise 
propoMl from tha Odvenunent 

hear) 

Mn! ' t: i[ )'.<••'.• ^'iiitUiiied their 
uncheclted dcurciiHtiuns-, said re- 
ports from n >nan and Hupeh. 
Three thousand bandita were re- 
ported hammering at the wMls of 
Sungfo w. In lyyah. Proyino e. 

CR0W9 CRIES 
VIVE_ 

French Foreign Minister 
Greeted With Wild Acclaim 
at Station \n Paris 

WILL URGE STATESMAN 
TO RETAIN PORTFOLIO 




- WlWMAM tlt. ■ag.,~aay M 

(AP>^' "^"11* ' Joel, one of the 
ataal oelorfnl flgwee en the Brlt- 
Mk tart aioa to ftaMue. dlei to- 

day. 

He was bom Solomon Bameto 
Joel, sixty-five yean ago, but to 
half the papQtotleo off Ohroal Britain 
he wag known aa *Mly*-4he dia- 
mond miUionotn wboae wealth and 
lavish expenditures dasled London 
and International .-society af tht be- 
glnlng of the century. 

NOnD BAOBHOMB OWNBB 

His fame as a r^eehorse owner 
and sportsman equaled" that of his 
fmancr fame 

Many of hi.s contemporaries in the 
South African <llanionri imnlnR In- 
dastrv (fathered Rreat wr-alth there 
Oil! .iiH-\ : '. .'tune once esti- 
mated as high as £20.000.000. 
He started life as the child of a 
poor family In the London slums. 
Those who knew him deaeribed him 
as vtx. iBdonltabla woikat devoted 
to bortneaa. 

WOK THBEE CLASSICS 
His sllka were seen In alaooat every 
reoe of Jmaortaaoo lor yoara. His 
Humoriat. waa tha Dpitr la m\. 
H)a Mf ytor waa IMf «4ian his oolt. 
Ponuaarn^MaUtoae British turf 
olaeelea— W^*fW> Oulneaa, the 
ivrby and the St Tiegilr. 

In the 1880 s he went with his 
imriP, B. J. Bameto. to liio diamond 
fields. Through a .si>ectacular 
struggle with Cecil Rhodes for .su 
premacy in the Industry, he emerged 
as the world's undisputed dlanond 
king, whan ttw two oMar aaon died 
shoMtp aftor OMBfetaliv tMr in- 
tarests. 




Minister of Railways Voices 

Obicction to Powers Ex- 
■ tinded to Company ■ 

OFFICIAL OPPOSITION 
blVES FULL SUPPORT 



GREETINGS from one good craftsman to aaotker wera anchanged 
when Lord Ampthill (left). pro-Orsnd Maatar of the United Orond 

Lodge of England, and Dr Charles W Johnson (right), Grand Msetcr 
of the Grand Lodge ol Nrw York, mrt at the 150th anniveraary cale- 

bratlea al the Haw York Gtand i.odgr ot Masons, held U| tha-iualtod 

Statca metropolis recently. f , , 

Doukhobor Fights 
Have Cost Colony 
Quarter of Million 

Peter Vcregin Places the Loss Near $250,000 After 
Two Years of Burnings, Pillage, and Riot- 
ing by Fanatics 



Members Agree Appeals tc 
Ctbinet Council ShouM 
Be Abolished 

OVTAWA. May M <CP>#-aov- 

ernment and offliial Ojipixlti'in 
appeared to b« uf one inind tu 
the He— teidght that the Ca- 
nadian National Railways most 
not witch moneys voted by Par- 
Uosnent to any aaieHahlBg oUmt 

than Ih.it for which the appfO* 
priatinn l.^ rarmarkrd. 
rhi.s ud5 indicated by Rt. Hon 
m»/.tr«.n«i«i King, leader of the Op- 
poaltlQa. who deehuod it to be "en- 
tlrelr wvoag" that tha nUwas 
should have power to divert tba 
appropriations. Sutii a povif Wll . 
not enjoyed by any departaaant of 
government. This followed sugges- 
tions along: similar lines by Hon. R. 

.. .Minister of HauwajsaBd 
CaiuOs, earlier In the evening. 
WOITLD ABOU8H AFPSALS 
Anothci important development 
In the debate OB railway mstters 
arose out of a statement by Hon. 
Charles Stawart. former Minister of 
Interior, with respect to appeals 
trnm tha 9oard off aauway Ooauaia- 
ijaiBia to the Oahliiet OouneOT He 
fblt that theee should be abolished 
and that the Board of Railway 
loner.s .should be the final 
of Jurisdiction, or else appeals 

. I be taken only to the Supreme 

kJourt of Canada. Dr. ManlOn.afreed 
with Mr. Stawart 

The House of OoauaQQa^ ia aHa* 
mlttee ef stipply. spent moat off both 

af'< ri: it. '. ■ • ■ nir '-tr'iggla% 

1 onlinurd on I'nt 2, Column t 

ROfALniY 



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APPEARANfT tS ENTERED 

VANCOUVER, Jday 22 (CP).— On 
behalf off Chief offMlee Wllllaai j. 



OTTAWA, Mar n. — Third 

re.'iHinf was elvrn In the Honae of 
Commons tonight to a bUl autbor- 
Mng *e KeMIe Valey Haflway 

C'oitip'"' ronatrurt a Ilnr of 

railway on the OaoyoM subdlTi- 
alesi off Ha read to ll lli h Oopaai- 
Ma. 

Seeking an explanation cf Its pur- 
pose, A. W Nelll (Ind . Comox-Al- 
beml) declared that extensions of 
time had apparently been granted 
to thla fwmpaaar sixteen thnes in 

the test thhrtr t*b*i^ 
nua was aoaiaely eetvoet, dMlared 

Oroto Stbltaig (Cona- Tale), who 
sponsored the measuref. lliore had 
been only three extensions. 

The hill would authorize the ron- 
.stiii • cf a llnr eight miles long 
on > est .^Ide of Bkaha Lake. 

T)^ Kcti c Valley Railway was in- 
terrupted by this lake, and traffic 
had been carried acroes It by scow 
sine* itlS. Inereaeed'bwalwaas, par- 
ttealarly to tha ■ nam am aitltMi of 
the valHk 
off thla 
The 

of tho 7 hole, and 
reading. 

■ 

I. It wm, by col- r/MTOON, M * -2 fCPi — The 
Ir against Uie Housr of Commorti I'Xlav adjourned i 
en dumping and ^ for the Whiuunude hoUdaye, to re- / 



PARIS, May tt (APl^Ftanee'e 
ferelgB mtaileler. ArMtde Mand. 
was weleeoaed with wtldeet attha- 
slaem by a solid mass ef admlren 
of both sexes when his train ar- 
rived here tonight from Geneva, 
where be attended the pan tis- 
peaa commission. 
It was with great difficulty he 
forced his way through the cheer- 
ing multitude to a aide door, where 
his automobile waited. Ho drove 
immediately lo tha foMgn offflee. * 
Amid shouta off "VWe Brland." 
heard for blocks, the smiling For- 
eign Minister stepped from the train 
into the arms of four .stalwart po- 
licemen, who sought by force to 
open a lane througli the crowd 

One delegation of woinen repre- 
senting a score of organizations, 
vho had come ta urge the Foreign 
Idinistar to icnaln la offflee and 
eantlaaa hla eruaada Car world 
peaoa, were unable to make bam- 
srivea heard. They eoidd only 
thrust several large bouQueta into 
his hands before they were swept 
aside by others aaoWag to wotoooM 

the minister. 

Other officials, including Presi- 
dent DoumerRur President-elect 
DoUmer and Premier Laval, are ex- 
pected to press Briand to retain his 
portfotto and to withdraw hla resig- 
natloa aa a •^atriotla daty." 

SeMUWmCamdder 
Tuewdmjt Pr^pmml to 

OTTAWA. May 32 'CP) -Con- 
sideration of a bill to legalize hos- 
plUl sweepstakes in Canada will be 
given next TUeeday by the Senate. 
Sponeored by Iwiator O. X. Bar- 
MJOn tha ba al> 



Bingham, on 

tered today to a Suprome OAa* 
issued at the ettB off aatj 
poUeo ' ' 

l*r 



off Tldorlai 
haanaltvdd 
bv ft special 



Senate ooas- 
raltloo. Opalii on ita principle aad 
aii be 



detAila 
and. if tt la 

to the Hou.se 
consideration. 



held next Tueedsy 
the bin wm go 
•( OMiiiian for ita 



PREMIER TOLMIE 

ARRIVES TOUAY 

Chief Exeoutive of Province 
Has Busy Programme 
AwaHng His Return 



Premier lolmle will arrive in 
TMerta IMs affWHbeoa on Mi te- 

(urn fr.>t.i M I .. tr • ■ !i>- has 

been repreacnling the rrovince In 
aaaasBiaM wl% Ike Pedferal Gov- 

rrnmrn( on ruimhT of iinpor- 

tanl issues. He will arrive in \an- 

be met by a namher of his C »hl- 
net coUcagwca. prior to taking the 



With a bglaf fortgr-oHlit-hour re- 
spite after Ms Jowaey. the Premier 
win plunge back again Into the 
duties of his of floe, as well a.s mak- 
ing arrangementa to take part in a 
ntnnber of public engagements 
early next week. 

On Tuesday the Premier Is fo at- 
tend a luncheon of thr HmIi'-:! Cto- 
lumbta Jersev n r,,i,.rs A.s^xial ion 
tk ttie Expf Farm Ha7.an 

Bay. On Weanesday he will open 
the new veterans unit of the Xseon- 
dale Mental Hospital: and on 
Thursday he will address the grad- 
uating class off nuraes a| the Royal 



ISORDCBS In the eivtl afato e*BO MffHt 

and acts of saboi.ige in the Doukhobor areas of British 
Columbia, attributed to the Christian Community 
tlM P iil r o r a nI Bratheriiood to the Bona of Ptaedom, coot 
riv S^r.O 000 in thO laai two years. Peter Veregin informed 
Acting jPren^r Fe«|op 1^ areek through AsalsUnt Comnus- 
sloncr W. lt % < ui aaai r . frtM-aetatf Ibr tko rtwefnee at tho iw- 

cenl Ni 1 on ( onfcrenc o The sum includes the cost nf schools 
burned, rebuilt and burned again, and other acta of destruc- 



Sir 



Roiiert Pilooaer Sue* 
Mdi Dr. Clwries Cam- 
ten In PretMency 



tion for whleh tho Coauaaalt]r 

The same troubles ci>.sj th'- iie' 
pie of Brlti.sh Columhiii a kixhI 
round sdm by way of cr)sUs of qm i; 
Ing the riotings in the linulchobir 
settlements, and on o»e < .1. ,, ,,, ii.e 
wholesale removal of Soils of i-Yee- 
dom to Jail after a nude parade. It 
was this factor which led to a sharp 
uKlmatum from the Proflnoe to the 
Doukhobota raeoByy; aa act which 
brought aMart thi Nelaoa eoafer- 
ence. and led to the offer off Taro- 
gin to torn over Onatova to the 
Son.s of FYeedom if th^T 
there In peace, 

"We are now waitmg for Vc; 
to CO ahead with his plan by the 
evacuation of Crestova to .sec if the 
Sons oC Itaodom wUl go then, " At- 
tximer-Odhena Foolay atatoi. 

Assistant Commissioner DuB'- 
woody made a full report to CfA. 
J. H M(Mullin. head of the Pro- 
vincial Police, and Mr Pooley yes- 
terday, on liLs return from the 
Doukhobor \illages The Ciovern- 
mcnt will await the next mo\e by 
the colonist* to see what the prac- 
tical outooaM off tba poaoe parley 
may be. 

Rawhoat Pirate 

Rohs ittrndant 
Oi OU Loiinjuny 

VANCOUVER, May 32 (CP).— A 
"rowboat pirate" made his appear- 
ance on Coal Harbor here last night. 

Rowing to the Imperial Oil Com- 
pany's service scow, hr boarded the 
craft, and at giinjxMnt, made .Jack 
Dtinplu', attendant, reveal the hid- 
ing place of his money, and PVt Off 
again with $51 in cash. 

Dunphy was left tied up hand and 
taoj^awd waa not fkood wMl 

boat. 



luoa M««ta. 9ar. 




FyiyRE SHOWN 



Statistlos -Reveal Marked 
. Improvement in Build- 
ing and Industry 

OnAWA. May tS (CP)/— Grow- 

Ini rnr>f Mr rii r In InHiislrt.il fi'iir: 

clai circles that the economic 

grade is reflected to a certain rj 
teat In Canaatan GovcmmeDt 



altraotad help nam a a a y > i 



raes at tt 

llff*irHal 

Tlw halatioa off tho wook has been 
kept free, ao that ^ Romier may 
havo an opportunity jof eatehlng up 
with a heavy pHe of Teorreepondenee 
awaltbig Mai at office Sverai 
Impo r ta nt Cabinet meetings are to 
be held In the course nf the next 
few days. It is expected. Actitig Pre- 
mier Poolap left last algM for Taa- 
couver 



Uuiidieds Ate Killeil in 

Insurrection in Burma 



snOJt. India. May S (AF)^ 
Noorls fivo 
pottos 'ta ^taao 
thoaaaatf voaaaaa or 

the current insurreettoa 
agmtnst British authority 

Misslpnaries returntnB here say 
the rebellion is in danger oCaprood- 



tag palBt, thiwigkout 
aad that ootantafofffldala aee mah- 

the 



Is nea r i n g a 
•Dd rloe. the national staple, la soU- 
ing at half ita normal p-.-r The 
totertor waa deacrlbcd as unsafe lor 



qhrii 



Members to Take 

ini'intrt nl Mill Bay II 
tatlon Today 



ia 



Tha ffonaal opontang off the 
195.000 addition to the Queen Alex- 

andrn Solarium at Mill Bay. wlH 
take place this afternoon at 3 30. 

when mrnit>ers of tti*- Anolrnt and 
Accepfd Order of Nolilri ..f tdr 
M>-sUc .Slirlne. who are r,;n •i- tv 
for the i>rw unit of th« ' rr,.j>,»'f| 
Children .s Hae.pllal. wilj ofTl'M"' n' 
the ceren.onles The following pro- 
gramme has been arranged t>y Di- 
rector J M MUler of the CMach 
Temple Band: Hymn of Praise. 
"Praiae ood prom Wtaaas AU 



week. 

While the ba.sic Industry of iron 
and .strri in March .showed slight 
decrea.se in production from the pre- 
ceding month, an increased demand 
was reported for structural steel for 
bridge building ond for tron for the 
railway rolling stock industry, 

AVTO MARXETINn 
Production of autoinohlle.s showed 
a decided increase in April and, for 
thO ' ftoat UaML -since la^t June, 
ftnanelM.off wtiw., anUimoMlm as- 
ceedad that ck aagd pafib 

The aggregate value of building 
permlta issued in Canadian cities 

.showed an increase of 40 per cent 
over March, and the numi>er of 
bankruptcies reported In March and 
the amount of liabilities Involved 
were considerably lower than in the 
pre ceding , month or In the cor- 
rsapoHtlng nNSth off laat yoar. 

NFW IIIf'.B FOR YFAR 

Tlie Dominion Bureau of Stalls- 
ties' monthly report on the Iron and 
steel indnstry for April showed that 
the production of f'-tro alloys was 
at Its highest level for the year to 
date. 

The aatomobfle' laduetry reported 
a production inwaaet of 37 per cent 
in April. 

The aggregate value r.f huiNMna: 
liermll.s Ksued in Canai! "i ' (-s 
during April amounted to |13,7M,Mg. 
an increase of 39 3 par OOA OOW Hm 
p rt ^edlng mtmlh 

Two Children Are 

Bunied to Death 



WHITBY. Ont . Ma^ a fCf)/— 

Pefftrv Oallogier. three, daoght<»r of 

M' and .Mrs T>anlel }• , i{l»>v 
and Riitti llnder five . ,f uf 
Mr and Mr-. R«li><i ri' '!r: ► ■ ?h 

of this 'r.-ip w«re burned i»> flemh 
In tt ban B' lie rear of the Oallog- 

M»iUaad Btfoet. shortly 



TOBONTO. May 2S (CP).~In 
the eleeiag eeeaton ef the flfHOMi 
OHMOl meeting here today, the 
Keyal Society of Canada elected 
Sir Bobcrt Falconer, K,C.M,0.t 

year. 

Sir Robert succeeds Dr. Charles 
Hamsell, deputy minlstrr of mines 
'or the Dominion, and he will be 
assisted by the new vloe-preeldent. 
Professor F, E. Uoyd. off MoQQl 
University. Sir Robert tatendi to 
retire from 'the presidency of tbo 
University of Toronto in 1983 after 
twenty-flve years of service. 

Other officers of the society 
elected were J L Burpee. Ottawa, 
secretary; Dr. O A Young, geo- 
logical survey, Ottawa, treasiuer, 
and Dr. J. T. Patterma, ToronAN 
editor. 

AanNDMBNn vbobd 

A reeolutloa ttriftig the Dopiinion 
Government to Amend the copyright 
laws BO as to conform with the 
Berne Convention and protect the 
author's rl(jht to the product of his 
bralp, " was passed without a dis- 
senting voice. 

Oeoiogists of the United States 
and Canada should take stepa .to 
standardlM geological terms, waa 
tho ffoooBuntndatlon of the geologjr 
seetloa off thb Royal Soolety, 

Thi iiijinHBii. lalrodueod by or. 
R c. willaoe. pratdent of tho 
University of Albarta, ia daalgnad to 
do away with the COnfUeion Off 
names for minerals. 

GundhiSays 
He n ill ^ot 
Go to Parley 

iXMLA, India, nay » (AF)/«-Ar. 
rangemente for the Federal atnie- 

tijres committee meeting In London 
on June 29. preceding the Indian 
Round-Table f:onferenre were upset 
today by Mahatma Ciandhl, Ma' 
tlonallst leader, who said ha OfiM 
not attend on that date. 

Oandhi notified vioiraf tha WtA 
off Wmiafdan Oiat ho M aalia. 

1 lataatioB to 
until the Hlndu- 
1 problem is 
solved, and all of the rfovernment s 
obtigatloru under the Delhi part are 
fulflUed 

Elaborating on his stand by long 
distance telephone from Malntlal 
tooiglit the Mahatma aald it would 
be fuUle for him to go to 
while 




Lnulriilifirfl /^f 

In Sliot ami K tiled 
LOS ANOBJEB. May » 'AF>/- 



ingi Flow": aivwatloB. Rov. Major 
Barton; opening ceremony. Dr. Bm- j The chOdrm were playing to the 
ery C Jones, llhutrtoos potentate, loft of the bem when the fire broke 
Gtateh Temple; address, v. v lAnl- lout efforts to rescue the tiro chtl- 
t Queen Alexaiidi a So- 'dren were ImpoaslMe. Origin of the 

|Ha» ti aaMH. . . 



An 

\n*U^U9_Vam Jr DetecUve-Ueu- 
" I at 1:1* am.. 
I aMas^aod roab wy of a 

Uto Atecttre entered to 
find the ouMa»- abo»t» thirty years 
old. oovertnit liifp vir;inw with a 
pistol. Tl>e nian whirled and fired 
at the detecuve. who shot thrm 



1 



i 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1931 



Boys' Running 
Shoes 

I'lT the races. WiiUe . 
< l>r<»\\ n, for i 



8Sc 



.FREE 

Tliis morning a large 
rubber ball tO tVtTT 



purchaser. 



GIRLS' TLEET-FOOt* gUN- > "J 
NINO iB0S8» one strap .......... # 9C 

CHILDRBN'S LEATHER SANDALS, for tlu 
iiot weat6er« Sizes 5 .AO.^ 

to 7^^. 9oC 



MEN'S SMART OXFORDS, 
Mack, in ncftt* patterns. ,. 



$3,95 



LADIBSk enioj tJie holidsj in a pair of Dr. 
Scott's BuOtnUirdieik Black 95 



Religious Freedom 
For AU Creeds in 
Spain Is Decreed 

Proviiional Ciovirriiiuru Takes F'irst Important vStcp 
• in lis Avow»;d Programme to Seoiiate Church 
and Sutc^New Law .Says All Faitlis 
. Equal in the Ofidal Eye 

— ir- •.. 

Sak of Art and Literature Liihited 



Old Country Shoe Store 



635 6 57 Johnson Street 



Phone E 7012 



DIBOO. Cal.. may 23 (AP>. 
Redman, Loe Angeles Negro 
reight. won a K-chmcal 
lout ovrr Big Boy Pcui son, 
MinncapolLs, in tJie .sixth round ol 



a acheduled trn-iound bout here to- 
night Prt/Tson WH.S <l()wii for tli»- 
KfcoiK) tiin*' In thf t aund when his 
.srconds ttuew m the towel. Red 
iiiim weljfljed 185 and Peterson 295. 




Prescription 



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CMvth to 



th* Inflnlt* c*n takan in eompwnndtns •my k«* 
aerlptloA txmctlt as ord.r.rl bv vrn^ p'lvviclMk 
have di«pcn«*d over 4.in im: i.r-t lurf at 
preoC «( cur aoevaey and 



THE OWL DRUG CO., LTD. 

Iplion W. R. nUni. Mir 
Fort uid 0»iuU« Hp«claJI»ta O ardai tllS 




TOMATO PLANTS NOW 

|k«ft*^d«a*e0 Ms 



Sylvester Feed 



7M 
TAXES 



Batchelor's 

Cash and. Carry 



I'KOIM K'S CASH 

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Doofflas Street 

1 > .U|; 1 Stir'* 



HOLIDAY SPECIALS! 

We Lead, Others Follow 



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per Ih 1 tor.. 75c i)er lb., tit; f Mi. for. 

Fineat Refined Lard. 2 Iba. 2Sc Crlae% ftU ilpVl 

FMeher'a fliinl Breakfast Bacon 



jwv lb 



I'lru-hef'a 

ant, per n. 

sliced ■ 

Fletrher*! Ayrahire Ba^on. 
' per lb. 



.S4e 

.S8c 

14r 



from heavy pigs, piece cut, i)er | Flet( hrr> hclected BrMk/ait 
'^c; allced . . .2»c Raeon. plee»'Cltt; JUT ll».^C-12e 

aUced 1—2- 35c 

riflMhta'a Waa a l — nui. for fry- 
ing ■!! ! 'V 

FleUher g H.iked «>r Koiird Ham, 

per lb. . 50c 

FliMai SwMt flckM CetUge 

■•O, p» lb. ,.Mc 

FIneat SWeei FlekM Pleale Ham. 

per lb I8c 

iHinrh TonfWb iUced, lb 3.%r 

Premium WleMei^ per lb tSc 

Swlf t'B RraaklMl Wm/k SWMages. 
per lb. 24e 



I Iru iK-r's Smoked Cottafe BoU, 
per lb. . Si m 

Fineat Hufc iS rtaOe Wtm 
per lb. ^-lle 

P« lb. - Mo 

P remi um Botogna, sliced, lb., tZe 
neina Dill Plcklea. 3 for lAr 



('i>rnr<i n. . f • . 1 si7/._ 2 for 35^ 
^nataa Tomat* S (or. 




30c 



Bur M.irmaliti! 

I'a ar Red Arrow ttodaa, 
per pfefc — ■■..■■.^We 



.lie 



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Cold Oust Sroiirinif 

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Try Our Homc-Madc bccisteak Pies. . ^ . .» ,10c 
Highest Class Groceries for Lesi 

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per ft^ Mt; t IbiL for. njt 

Extra VahM Broken Pckoo Tea, 

per lb.. SSe: 2 lbs. for fLM 

Our FamouM Mslahat CofleOb 

freshly (rouad, per 
t Ibe, for . „ 

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luib 



Bntid'a Beel 'Oefliu% new veeuum 

packed, per lb. s«e 

Indo CeyiMB Vei^< 

1-lb. pkt. Mo 

Fyeahly GroanA BaaepUaa Ceffee 
Witt eUndHtae tMU Perlb. me 

t iH. for 11.15 

■■vreM er Ukm BMeB.leiiies. 

« 'or - 22c 

Sliced Piaeapple, 

per can, te; S fbr 25e 

.MM OeU, ptNBlam . t9c 

BOBpraniiiiin . itc 

4 fer. tSo 

er 8pa- 

2 for , 25c 

Heini Tomato K 
Reception (•reenrnfe Jam. 

4 111 can _ .,.39c 
Morton's TmI'It v^k, 2 picta...5c 
Delirlons Mn. . a vr»>^, 

Radio brand, 14c; 2 lorl...4ic 
Bey 4 PalmollTe Si 
ret a Free 




Flnr^l Whltr Flour 4»-lb. bag.s, $i.a9; 24-lb h»— 

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Trood lUrd Wheat, Itt-ib. 



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< ' 5 for 



l-Teah LocAi ttptnacJi, lb. Sc 

B biM tw^ t for .Me 

,si><i « rvsi liiiard flfegar. 
2 iba, for SSr 



Juicy Lemons, 1 doa., lie 

t docen for ... ._.._.IImc 



P«». UkMaeadtte 

:.V New PoUtoes. 4 lbs. for 28e 

Spriiif Cebheta, 2 for |«e 

4 Ibfc lor ..tie 

Wnr rherrlMk per lb.. t.Sr 

Oloirr Nrw Carvota per bunch 9c 
■' ' ^ f'" 2So 



per down «1 ''\ 

Netted Ueea Fekkteeiw U Iba. for. 



v.«i...t. I .•tr...n (ill.*., add water 
■ for Ue 

ail flavors; pgr MMtTIl.jee 

2 beuiee for Me 



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2»« doe.. 2 doe. ler.-, Hej A omOI. Miy thM akin O^a r . 

tor.. — _. r» 



Vrats) ■ n I 

MADRID, Mej tt^The Spanish neiliSiliei 0 »lt A M.„ 
took what ie fenerally regarded as the first importan. 
st«p in its avowed programme to separate the church 
an the state, when the Cabinet tonifht decreed a~ 

iigiou.s freedom of worship for ail creeds in Spain. 

Although the measure does not ] burned in various aeclioiis of 
yet actually mean .separation. sln< e 1 rounlry 
there la a .Mgned concordat between 
Madrid and Vatican City which 
must be terminated bf mutual 
acteement, the decree prorkUe (hit 
tha OuMLUBMOt na lonev proCeeMs 
the 

This It 

cant. 

UNDER NEW MEASURE 

Under Uie new measure, which 
was submitted by Minister of Jus- 
tice Deloa Bias, who has charge of 
the reuekne gwitlcw. all xeliglom 
creede bia eooal tai the oOkM egre. 

UUBv Ihe moBardiy the OatlMdic 
religion was official and the only 
one permitted to practice its beliefs 
publicly. Formerly, all creeds could 
worsliip, but hiid to do .so within 
their own tcniplrs and not publicly 

The new law .says all creeds are 
MiiiiU b«'ii>n ihf Republican Oov- 
enuneut and they can wor^rip In 
eay way they see fit. p ttttlded ttiey 
do aM dlrtnb pobUa «Bd«r. 

OataflU«it'wl& Mm TCHgleiM fMe. 
dom decree, the cabinet tonltht aleo 
derided that public ^*wi§ in the 
Tuiurr iu>[ [>»• 10 
the CathioUc reUgWo. 
RKLlOiOilB 

ChUdren will reeelM xeliKi u.s in 
istroetloH only when their iwr^nus 

demand it. 

.Another <!ecrre pa.s.scd tonlKtit 
iiniited the .Nalr and ^ll.s^><r^lUllIl of 
(ibjcrts of .Sp.inish Hit. and litera- 
ture mp.n\ I.' w , i, ,1!,. owned by 

the Caiiuiiic C hurch. Thesf objects 
now can be sold only With the JfW- 
mission of the OoeaniMaBt. 
Itelght's important deeree eoinee 

upon the heels of widespread aiUI 

chureto agitations during whu h 

laeently wa.v 



* AIRPLANE BANDITS 
TAKEN AT TORONTO 
FO g BAMK a OBftfcRY 

deciMped. h wwytee a tUl more when 

saw the bag fun «f jnoney. M tlie 
fleM, they again eihnbed Into the 
airplane and took oft. Over Lelw 

»t Clair they become lost in a fog 

and waiidered aroimd until almost 
out of gaaolinr They landed at a 
small flcld near Licamlngton. Out., 
but tiK)k off quickly when the field 
a!u-nd*ni, after lh«-y lold hUn they 
wt'ie flyiUK from Windsor, pointed 
lo the United tHate.s ll n Mie U m 

marks on the airplane. 

LBFTBnxS IN BAG. 

yi\e miles west of Chatluini they 
land<>d in a fanners field. Wlien 
they told the fanner they were In 
a huiiy to reach Cliatham. he drove 
I hem to that cUy. Here they tjouKhl 
a new club batj and translcm d the 
money from the bank sack But In 



WINS VOCAL 
CQtMlON 

Vancouver Woman Captures 
Silver Cup — Victoria 
Singer Is Second 

OTHER RESU^W 

MUStCAtFESTtVAL 




the 



twelve days 

and Bepobu- 

cans rtatlMd la the streets of Ma- 
drid, and Ihnats were made egalnit 

the uvM-iTgpMa tn th^ummtb^ 

Ists. 

ARi^XB AcUDnr ommaBS 

Dorlne tbfk ant two dapi tlia 2loti 
spread to other eltieg and took the 

form of attark.s agaln.st chtirch 
prtjpeny. Churches, mouasienes 
and asyhana wwp Sunwd aBd 
looted. 

Maor monks and nuns soucht 
refute wtth their fttandg and some 
left the country. Durlnf the past 
few days the illgwdn had almcet 

ceased and quiet in» restored. 

Last w iH'k the Clovt ' unn'rit an- 
nounccil Umi mijv«'^ wi.iiUI w ^iiade 
to hold the exiled Kln^' Altnus" and 
certain of his followers rt-.spoii.sible 
for iiii iMiig the disorder s . 

Pope ^ix» recently deecribed the 
IwalBii of laBtlflas houses as 
'^■erlUgee against Ckxi ur.n !v i. 
Jlglon." He added Urn; a 
great respon.sira;;; > ..n .^ho 
have caused these unhappy things. 



The mistake led to their appre- 
h«-n.^lon here tonlKlit 'Hwy left the 
(.'halhani hotel where they liad reg- 
i.i'-ered, ajid boarded a train, buying 
tKkeLs lor Montreal, Toronto Is a 
Junction iK>inU and the Montreal 
liain <lld not leave lor fifteen rinn- 
UU..S, A.S they crossed the tracks to 
board tl^ waiting flyer, Toronto de> 
teettees took them into custodf. 

After amalnef Iwi^ TWh «ad Mor- 
gan avaitad ektnidttlaa-Mid wfll be 
returned ta tha 1MM«CbIm Sat 
.trial tomorrow. • • ■ 



Ntmdotedeeehini had h,-vn 

I i<nlcrr;iiK with President .Mcalu 
Zanioiu. durinK the la.sl few day.s 
l>rf.-'jmHt)Iv over a pn)t<>M from 
Vati.an City m rexaid U) the at- 
tack-s njfiuu.st church property. 
There han i>een no official state- 
ments about these dlscusslaoe. 

MMBWtafle. the newspaper La Voi 
In an edltortai said th ere were re- 
ports from Vatican ciiy that I,ui.s 
(!<> ZiiliH'tH !!♦ w.!, (IcvunaU'tl h\>n.n 
i.\h a.Til)a-s.sHdor tcj the Holy See, 
wa.s persona non prrtfa 



H^DUCTION IN 
" ' ' SEATS URGED 

Continaed on Page 2. Column 6 
had the iiKht to .siK-ak, iUid uianv 
voiced views tiuit had ah«tid\ Ix'en 
advanced by pievious speaJ(.er!>. He- 
ductlon In the number of members 
would mean a saying ot ifiOjOOO 
alone in Msgteial tndwialtlie and 
^vtitat sK pe n eM . and pertiape 
t1k,0M an told, when everything 
else U figured U. " .,a!,! Mi Wiiikl.- 

"Besides the monetary saving of 
$ >oooo a year, there would be a 
(greater .nmt.rall«atlf« td^xm 
bUity Qgi the part of pctvala 
ben; a vast savkif Ml 

ttaae; greater efadtoney la 

ing the parliamentary affairs of the 
country; and greater unity and 

"I'd in tha aMMelli §t tha Oov- 

'Ttiiuent. 




C.W.R. MANAGEMENT 
STRONGLY CENSURED 
FOR DIVERTING FUNDS 



tot. 



.^Ifcl s 



Oentinned on Page 2, Column 
with the estirmates for ranways and 
canals. When the Hou.se rn«e at 11 
' o'clock tonlffht aJl the items In these 
iipproprialion.s. totaling a];^>roxl- 
mately $14,000,000. had ben paMd. 

with the M ii pt ii H «f aa ttHb or 
mjM M eouieeaai with fte 0t 
LawMsea Alp canal mmf. Ibis 
vote WM allowed to stead f«r a gKi- 
eral dieeusslon. 

KG SUM S y iWJM P 

ISMhod by whielr monies for Che 
Canadian National Railways are 

voted was explained by Dr. Manioei. 
The railway management asks for a 
lump sum for certain work; a list of 
the work is submitted to the Gov- 
emment. However, the CJVJi. 
tneoagemeat now has aatfadrltgr. if it 
deene It adflpMe, t9 ewltdi the 
moner tor any^sther purpose. Last 
year eome $8,000,000 voted for exten- 
sions and bettermnnt-s was used to 
pay Interest charges instead. 

llie lOnlster of BaOwafe bad 
tpohaa rathM freUr. mJd Mr. ifac- 
iceMte Ktag. on the matter, it was 
fundamental that no minister cotild 
take for different undertakings 
tnonie.s that had ijeen appropriated 
for others. The railways were sim- 
ply a branch of the Oovemment 
aiul should submit to the 
troL Be thought It wi 
wrong Ut the laOwaga la 
votea 

Inasmuch as Parliament hfld not 
the same control over the CNR 
that it had over the (jovemmen! !• 
was all the greater reason why the 
House should be more exacting on 
the raUwayi la connection with tlM 
use of tfadr paiUameniary ap^ 
proprlatlaBa Hm nlaleler should 
advlw the railways managemant that 
this matter had been brought up in 
the House of Commons and also In- 
from the management tlMS 1^ 
House fel^ strongly on u. 

8HODUI SUBMIT BSTIMAnS 

Mr. King read from a volume on 
"Parliamentarv Orants," which set 
forth that monev voted for one pur- 
pose could not legally be applied to 
any other purpose. The fact that 
Parliament exercised control over 
the CNJt. through the agency of a 
committee was all the more reason 
why the railways should submit 
their estimates wtth ae htOe Miy 
as possible. ' 

"I entirely agree with that view- 
point," declared Dr. Manlon. Mr. 
King's .sugKcstion that the minister 
discuss this matter wtth tha aMUi- 
ageraent of the OJUl. wae cmtM 
out some ttea ago whea he (Ttr 
Manlon) spoke to regaid to it with 
Sir Henry ThomtOli. "I was shocked 
at the amount of monev that had 
been switched by thr nlway.s." he 
commented "The pre.^ent practice 
shotild be stopped." 

"I have already put myself on 
record with Sir HettiT Thornton in 
this reepect." Dr. Manlon saM. "and 
I have hie eMweuos that he will 
endeavor to get down as dMa M SM 
estimates as poaaibla." 

PROMISBS CO-OFBBAHOII 
Mr. KMv thaahitf the minister 
thai ha would get 
the eo-operatian of the Oppoelttan. 

It was at this Juncture that Mr. 
Stewart raised his point. 

The Cabinet waa- not the proper 
t'odv to hear appeals from the 
Board of RaUway Oommiastoners. It 
did not have Ume to give eoneldera- 
Uon to agpea la .aad wipTly these 
were lafanad hMk ta the boerd. ao 
that the effect of the practice was 
simply to cause delay He suggMted 
that the Oovemment mlgt t gu-e 
consfdeTntlon to changing the «p- 
'■(Is from the Cabinet to the 
Supreme Court, or abolish appeals 
— Ihg ^ 



Railway ronimlaslonets the court of 
final jiiri.Mlictlon. 

Dr. Manlon irpi'Miija aooort with 
this —gg— Die OeMnet was 
not a rate-maklag body, and had 
not the tectinieal knowledge neces- 

.sarv to perform thus function It 
had never chanyed an order of Xhe 
Board of fUillwny Commissioners. 
lit' pre.siiin^'d that the practloe was 
a ti'Hi- of Uif days when aa Beam 
of Railway Commissioners existed. 
1JBOK8 CAUTION 
Caution in the aboUtion of appeals 
to the Cabinet was rmiagnkd by 
Alfred i^waloaaB (OJUL, Bed 
Deer) and J. Il Odey (Liberal, 
Hants-Kings). There were times 
when the quesUoa of rates was 
closely related with public poUcy, he 
contended. 

Iho minister deolared that any 
projected change wouU laqabw an 
amendment to tha BaUway Act. and 

consequently there wm plenty of 
time to consider all tb 
of the problem. 

Rob<'i' ( anHner, IJJFJL 

urged thai any moBer spent next 
_y. '■W'l' l nmu t should be 
wyBMS en railway constmrtlon In 
the Weet gather than by way of 
direct relief. Dr Manlon said that 
If conditions sugge.sted bv Mr Gar- 
diner might occur, he would bear 
the representaUons in mind. 



MotoriMU Hute 
CMoie CaU Whm 

Auto Ont^rtiiriisi ' downward revision In aiqr 1 
^ ^aaat^ KfViSriurilis tributkm echsme that nuqrha 



"Hmm would also be fewer laws, 

and better legislation. At general 

eicclii iis WiC'.f would be fewer can- 
didat4'.s to coi.iusp 1 he public; and 
NUrct>.\,sf ul candififttf'^ would have 
»/ii'st« r rf':j)oni.ibUlties than pertains 
111 pr«\sent There would be lees 
tendency to argue, and a gftater 
tendency to get tiUngi dooe," con- 
tinued Mr. Winkle. 

His plan, he added, was that when 
the rfili.sti ili'it ii,n i)i!! rsn,,. bi-f >!!■ 
tho Iy t,i Ih! m: f> hT its next .session. 
foliowiiiK Die takpv ->f iUf Domin- 
ion census, a downward revision of 
the repreeentation in the House 
shoukl be awwipilehed. it might 
not be poadM* to eat this represen- 
tatton from fbvti^elght seats to 
twenty seats all at one time, but it 
should be possible to make a .start 
in that dlreet'.on to be followed out 
grad'..> i 'ii f!;,. r.'(ci!rf-() mini- 
mum h id Ix pti reached. Mr. 
Winkel's i '-.soii,! i. .1, .'(.iind an Im- 
mediate seconder, 
bytbe^eetlngL R 

TBXT OF RE.«?OM'TTON 
"Having n-Kiird to the economic 
and efBclent administration of the 
parliamentary process of the Prov- 
ince of Britl.sh Columbia, and fur- 
ther being of the ofdnlon t he t the 
present dletrthatkn «( provlnelal 
rtdinpi Ie altogethw too niunerou-s 
for preeent requirements, and fur- 
ther being of the opinion that Vic- 
toria and Vaneonver ntirs am over- 

repreeented w. 1 this 

providing an ex t.' , 1 tprtsenUtion 
to the need.s of the coimtry, and 
further, having in mind the' fact 
that the Oovemment of BrltUi Co- 
lumbia will in the near future be 
brln^ down a retfletribuUcn NU, 
thjr^ be It mohred. as follows: 
JTliat this Ward Wve of the Vic- 
toria Conservativr A.s,so< latkm place 
Itself on record and recommrnds, 
fhrovigh Its (ciitral executive to the 
Provincial c;o\ emment, and t9 the 
next Con.serva' ) . convention, the 
desirability and urgent nenemilj of 



Myrtle Thomson, of Vancouver, was 
awarded first place In the vocal 
ooopeMttai for ttie Bavei> ehamplon- 

.shlp cup at the Britl.sh C'olumbla 
Musical festival Ukis evening. Mis. 
Thoiiuson succeeded Miss XMhilla 

cnwfogd. of Viplflgte. ai hoMv «C 
the eopk 

VICTORIAN IS SECOND 
Tonight .she compiled a rating of 
91 marks, two atiead 0( her nearest 
competitor. Miss Grace Piatt, of 
Victoria. George Kaatley. Vanoeu- 
ver. was third with M marks, white 
Prank Spooner. ef Vlqtorla, was 
fourth with 85 mark.s 

In the Junior piano contest. Ofx-n 
to competitors who had galn(>d 
medals and honors in other te.sl.s 
during the period of the festival, m 
classe.s 69 and 74, the winner »a.s 
l'et»-r McravLsh, VancxHiver. who 
took the Victoria Ladies' Musical 
Ohih Bttver Oep. Pat Oustaaoeb af 
▼a nM u eer . eame aeat with a BMik- 
Mg of M^ and Blaadie Vty. aho of 
this etty. wtth M maiks. 

In clam Sg, fdk eeng contest, 
ooaapetiag for the Vancouver Bums 
FellOWBhlp Gold Medal, there were 
flvt> entries, the winner Ix'lng T'l.ir- 
eme Emanuele, Vamouvei con- 
tralto, who took 8fi !>ia!k- (,,r her 
Interpretation of Waiiderlng 
WUUe." 

MENS VOCAL TEST 

la ohtfe 81, aMat golo for Hto. 
Scotthh folk aoiBi^ tha test pleee 
was **0h, Mount and Oo." There 
were nine entries competing for the 
Venoouver Bums Pellowship oold 
Medat which was awarMd ta A. 
Houston, of Vancouver 

In class 57, folk songs f : ms i^mo 
competing for the pMhentiition 
volume ot Scotlisli sonKs pre.vnted 
by the Vancouver Scottish S(x letv, 
the winner was Louise Stirk, of thi.s 
city, who took a marking of M. 
Rosamund Buchaa, of IVall, came 
second with 87 mazlte, ertdte Lama 
campben and T&AtA WBhari tied 
with 8f) marks each. 



af tfet 



Disastrous Fire 



.Which Completely Dcsir wcil Qnf 

Sawmill 

^ A Short TiMe Ar^ Ibe 

Caiperon Lumber Go. 
Is Clearing Out 

Lupber of Various Kind* and Pa 

AT BARGAIN PRICES 

for the 

BBinnr OF THS PUBLIC 
The Material Is Assembled in 
INDIVIDUAL PARCELS 
Adjoining the Office, so Thst 
INTBinnNQ PUKCRASSRS 
\ Hay laipooi Thr' w :thovi' ■ ' 

LOSS or TIMK 
Jhe ^ellag Price of Each PerogU* 
PLAINLY IfAXXIO, 

AU You Have to Do Is CsU—In^cct and Decide fcg YaangM 

THIS REMARKABLE OFFER 
WiU Btt for Om OiOy 

MAY 18 TO 23 

NOTB THE ADDRESS— GAKBALLY ROAD 



PROGRESS WITH 

SCOOT m\\m 



to Have New 
ijJNn 



«_ «> aa ta ptwfide a Legls- 

Pbur oeeqianto of bh a .t ,n,< biie IfSl^ **** Pnrrtnoe of British 
•vbioh overturned on Did . Columbia not to exceed twenty 

near Oloew Point? at : rhembers In all. and further, that 

ajght, miraculously c.., ^.i,. ,; .s. i ions i centtTtl exfrutne of the C-on- 
Uljury. William C.und, 7 Maynard s As-soriation of the rlty of 

Auto Camp, received bruises U) hLs ; ^'''torla he requested to forward 



left leg; Clyde oillis. !520 Cook 
Street Howard H. Raynor, 7 May- 
o,^ ' Camp, and W. Bourne, 
806 cook s^t, weta unSuMi 



MOTORIST INJURED 

WHEN CARS CRASH 

Everett McOague, MM Graham 
Street, susUlned minor Injuries In 
an autoiBobile acoldeat at the Utter, 
section of Bay and Doui^ Btraets 
at 10:M oTeioek last night Re was' 
teken to the police statton in the 
pellee ambutence and. after being 
given first aid, was able to proceed 
to his home. 

Police rf(K>rt of the acddent 
8tate.s that a car being drtvea eooth 
on Douglas Street by Mr. MCQwue 
wae te coUMoB with aa anMrtobOe 
proceeding woot ea Bay Stn 
driven by HbreU flOtOB, MM 
las Street Both ears 



copies of thI.s resohitlon to the varl 
.ous executive bodies of the Oon- 
aervaUve paHy thnMBihoat the 
Provlnco of BrWdi OotaunMa" 

AftM a free and open dtocnssion 
on an BMtters relativs to the sub- 
ject, the meeting passed a rev>lu- 
tlon favoring the .summoning of s 
iirovlnclal convention of the party. 
If. in the opinion of the provlnciai 
execuUve of the association, such a 
couna wao dWMi i l juMiod ■! this 
time. 

citTpoiice court 

Charged with obtaining from W 
Loney the sum of $4.25, by falae 
pretences, W. J. Ireland appeared 
In the city poUoe court yeeterday 
and wae reaunded unUl nest Tues- 
day. BL JagtanTwas ftaMd M for 
aDowlnt his dog to run at large hi 
Beaoen Rm Park. One motorist 
paM $3M for poikhv feta ear over 
an hour. 



Kxrrllci.l piogres.s In the building 
of the new licadquarters of the 
Quadra Troop and Pack.. Bog 
Scouts' Association, was l e iWl Md at 
a spedal moo|lag of the afeioattve 
no BOTl t t ee hdd iMt ovenlMr at the 
resldenoe of Robert Dunn, tt» 
Quadra street. There were preeent 
Mis. Sherwood, Mns. Colenuin. Mrs. 
Waring, Miss Sherwood. Messrs. 
Crowhurst, fl||pp|li^^wjU|«gO]fn 
and !>!inn 

It -s . Tjx^rted that the boildlng 
win ho i.-(ii!v for occupancy in the 
,,„,•-..' o' -'.f next two or three 
weeks. Members of Toe H, who are 
undertaking the work voluntarily, 
are In regular attenrtanee. and the 
■traeture la rapidly approaehhig 



lOa. B. J. Hhmber. Mrs. Waring 
end others who conducted a rum- 
mage sale Tscently, were thanlced 
for their successful efTortiMI hitalf 
of the building fund. 

Mrs. Coleman has undertaken to 
arrange for the holding of a hooie- 
cooking sun at the store of 
Spencers' Limited, on or ahaut Juno 
30, of which further Milk wflt bo 
announced later. 

Votes of thanks also wcr« tend- 
ered Ernest aeitoB, William Luney, 
Boss Johnsoa and Harry Danes for 
nnwtilhnttOBa o( gHHorlal and 
lumber. 

SPENCES BHIUGL MAN 
KILLED BY EXPLOSION 

AfiHCROFT. May 22.— With his 
head and shodltfM Mown from his 
bote the remahM of Alex Berg. 
audOe aged and a native of Rweden. 
were taken from »v labln at 
Spences Bridge on WedXMsday after- 
noon after an explOilM tC tfgMHaKe 
in the cabin 

Railwaytnen. worklBff ahout 4M 
feet away, heard the e ap ioehai and 
hurried to the scene, but had dlfB- 
culty getting tha, body out awli« to 
fire and the M gln i luu of taDets to 
ihe caMa. 

At flw t It w as thought to be a 
oaM of WrtoM a, but a coroner's Jury 
found that death was caused "by a 
dynamite explosion through the 
carele.s.s handling of same ' 

EAGLES BALL NINE' 

i U PLAY N ANAIMO 

Manager Bddle Bewma n and hi^ 
Eagles ball squad will journey to 

Nanalmo tomorrow morning ml 9 
o'clock to play an exhibition fixture 
with Nanalmo City in the evening 
at 5 30 o'clock The team will meet 
at the Oray Line Depot. P^ns wlsh- 
hig to make the tilp nan secaiu tlck- 



C 



88 



HARDWARE 

SALE 

Shop today and 'benefit by 
these sensational values in 
ttiefttl h'ardwarg for hotnc 
and gar^ca. 

HATT'S 

Hardware 

iiU DOUGLAS STKEEl 



Spring House 
■ CMng 

And all ita worry made a 
real pleasure when you 
wash the B catty Way. Let 
us fthow you how perfect 
tha 1931 Beattj ^aahca. 

M A^ WAlH«KjWOim 



ChesterfieMs 

Better quali^ sutteg 
now on sale At Ijlgrigl 
radtictioiiaii ^ 

SMITH & CHAMPIOI 
LIMITED 



MAYOR TAYLOR IS 
BACK PROMPT 



Vaaceuvrr'x chief Maglstrat* Oeeet- 
•(■ at SUtlon on RetafB 

. . Vkit to Ottawa 



VANCOUVER. May 22 fCP>.— 
With the main objective of his Ot- 
tawa trip, the validation of fleeond 
Narrows Bridge, accomplished. 
Mayor Louis D. Taylor arrived back 
in Vancouver tonight, lf>oklng fit 
as ever and mnlntiuniriK a tlRht- 
llpp)ed ,Mlt iu ( on the outcome of the 
numerous other projects which took 
hlgl to the capital. 

1 have nothing to say Just yet; 
my rejxnt will be made to council 
on •PModay." hie wonhip replied to 
quoettoM ooneeming the remit of 
his negoMatlaao eonoereing Kitsl- 
lano Beeenre, Burrard Street Bridge, 
aaeaqtloyment aad other things. 

1V% great to bo hack in Vancou- 



ver among frtands.** his worship 

said fimlllngly, as he replied to 
greet Ing.s from Acting Mayor O. C. 
MMIt-r. .Mderman K W. OMB dhd 
other dvir funrt ionarleh. 

With hLs worship was City Solici- 
tor J. B. Williams, who accompanied 
htaa to OtMwa ae 



SOFTBALL RESULTS 

Results of softbaU gaoies played 
last night toOew: 
Navy a. Moath aaaalch T. 
Beavers is. BM n da r d BtMM Laua- 

dry 1. 
Times 4, Astecs i. 

Todds ."5, Moose I. 
Jokers 14, Colwood 1 

B c Eleotrtg m 

house 2. 

New IMOM IllMiry », TJtt. 

Reds 5. 



TonaA with earloos spinal troubles 
at the foot of a twa-huadied-fooi 
cliff, near Ttbonaory, Isle of Man. 
Jamee Black was speeded la motor 

boat and Bn.bii1nn< e 170 mlles ta a 

hospital in S<->i;and. 



In Supplement Tomorrow 



Igl»-1N1. 




Of 



Sketches from Life and Reign of 
What'i new and Interestll^ la 

•ad hats. By BWe. 
MM« Ibatorod &Le 

SoIlloqnIeR in Victoria's Suburbia 

Beaudry Leman is flnt Ptcnch-Canadlan ta be 
f^nadtan Banker^ >Miifcttiai, By J. R, 'ftmpenny. 

IxMidon is famous as a sure refugs for alien ealles 

Shakedown. Short story of circus By "~'**t mr 

Riley Cooper. • y 

The Captain -> Table Humorous short alory by ffflUBk Condon 
"Barren lAnds" of Cape Breton may 

am. 

Dent lia. Toa 



A IBta o( Oardea and 

A Vttar for the Children. 

\ - M. .f ot,< f-o. arid rVvnlnlooa Ovemems 



S€NTENCEO TO DEATH 

CRANBROOK.. May 22 -Bill MaU 
kofT. convicted for the murder of 
John Proaow, at Crahtarook, was 
sentenced by Chief Justice Mflrrteon. 
here, yesterday, ta bo hOMOd on 
July 17. Matkoff «ag 
with the death of #ohB 
in a p roeoe mB B l a m i wi iia m the 



Sattberins and Faintinf Spells 

Everything WstM Tin IM 

Mn. AMraw Black. Haroourt, N.B.. wrttM: n 
had been troubled with smothertng and fainttag 
spells and everything in front of me would turn 
black, and I would fall down In a faint and be un- 
con.scloas for several minutes I did not know 
what to do. until one day I was reading where 
Mllbum's Heart and Nerve Pills had helped ao 
.SRa a Raw many people and decided I would give them a trial. 

X uesd four boaM and Xeuad thay helped aaa 




Sold at aU dros ar staeral 



V. 




A sde md laMaasiled rtkef 
fcrNee4iehes.Ntvral|pa 
wxTWietteteac yeiws 



. * ima oBracAL ca 



When in Doubt Phone 

Empire 2823 

New England Market 



CHOICE POT ROASTS 

Per lb 

Choice Stew Beef. 2 lbs. 
Mi. . eri Beef, 2 lbs. ■ 
Lamb Staw, 2 lbs. 



M4> 



SELECTED STEER BEEF 

Sirloin and T-Bone Roaetg^ lb. 

Prina Rtba ^ Beef, \h. JL 
Ramp Roaatg Beef, lb. 



■1*H 



20^ 
.22f 



THE VANCOUVER 
DRUG COap 



CHOXCBLAMB 



8AU8AOB 
Pure Pork SauMge, per lb. 
Beef Mi S., 



Ih ^ "if a 5? 

UMb. per lb. ^^^^ ^"jj^ 

a 

a 

New England Market 



750 Yates St (Oppogilg 



Tin- DATTT COT.ONTST. VICTORIA. P. C- SATUR©AVv 



i 



PIONEER ROyHL 
an MAN DIES 

Father of Brownie Peebles, 
Distinguished Operatic 
9inger, Suocumbt 



NEW WESTMINSTER, May 91 
(OPi/— P«tar P— biw, ploM» ml- 
dnt cf N«w WMtaihtftf atMl 
fsUMT o( Brennto PmWm. dteUn- 
g\ilshed opcrttlc ringf , 4lad culjr 
this niorniriR In tlM l|<igrml Cotum- 

blan Hiv-pUal 

Mr Prrbli 1 xa.s born in Si ollatid 
ftevplilv \«'ai.N ago and liad realdf^l 
In til.. 'TV It nearly half a (''ii 
tury 11' I aiiK to Western CHna<ia 
from KiiKiaii 1 and workKl in iIk- 
early day.s oji the constnittion of 
Ihr Canadian Padflc Railway. 

UnUl (he Mc fir* ol llOa vlpt4 
«ttt thli etty. Mr. vFirtfci tru «a* 
MMl la th» fimiltur* bwiMM. 

n^M'^mattll lAtcr he en- 

gaK^it In roll! ! acting 

Hr^kl^•.^ lib. widow \\r U'aves lour 
daught^r.s. Mrs. Alwlalr MacOregor. 



Vanr juvrr Mrs Norman Oberg 
• UrowiiU' f'l-ebles'. New York, Mrs 
Wdliam Walker AT>«rQ.BnpquaUnle. 
Wa.Nh : and Uf. J^. B. Ifbual. 
New WeatmlBfUr; mMI two aooa. 

Prof* 
DjC. 
Ul te UM 



CM F«e«t Count of 
r< Killing k^r Mother 



Onl , Ma\ 22 'CP i 
— LuelS. Owlet, ooineiy se\rnt<>4rn 
3reftr»old domeeUo aervant, will tace i 
tvkd •! the mxt oourt ipf competent 
Jurtattettoo «i i duurg* «f mwder- 
iot litr vother, Mri. AMard Oou- 
let. hefe on May l. She tree oom> 

inltted l.odH\ to taiid trial by Mag- 
istral* w. I. JiirsJune, who eaxly this 

"veek '-ooiuaMi.' IMT ^ pNHaflnary 

hranng, 

.V1i\ (ioulft ;ii her Illty sixth 
\fai was found dead in the liumblr 
c><>uU-i home «t But Aocklaiid. of 

nieted vtth « iMMler ysir of em- 

II At first 

MHIlHtort Mlelde. 

but the case wa« Nopebed on the 

rp<]uest of Lurla's elder slaters, and 

till' .sevf-ntefii vear-old dauKlitrr 
pU< e<l under Hi rest the 6%y ol her 
mother's funeral. 



■ ' PHARMACEyTICA>t. EXCELLENCE ■ ' 

As Victoria :> New Prescripti9n Store, have wc 
hid the pleunre of lerving you? / 

A O^niit't that it sure W meet with jipuf 

P)M*t Street, ^ippesite "^]RRiee» 4 



M'Glll 6 0imo 



Phone O arden 1196 



Hm PrMcriptioii Chtmivty 



Fort at Brqiid 




Unusual Bargain, Deep Cove 

;«r« aerM. teoe aoH. Wnm4 Bfw n itni Mhgalcw. UMtlntrii work mm 



gSUipoh Day. in Memory of the ^uidinc of firitidh Forces at DerdcncUea in 191 S, Waa M^iated 
When WHatha W«r» Lai4 Upw^ilie Ccnpuph fai Loadoo. Bncksd. RecenUy. by Forces Tlial Took 
Part iit tho I ip i ii ^ . Oemrttt Vla«r of Ceremoagr la »mn WVkoHmmtt^htnim He— 



* 0T«r ttra aerM. eeoe aoH. —--7 
««» aM yweeiitMrt. ^ a 

m finiaMr. Dmh« varan. ehiekM 
to akatalaa ewnw froat MJeo «• 




««• nwnsi 



acntfttlen 

J\Ut rcdiirtd to 




aatf krieht mn: 



PEMBERTON A SON 



1^ (BaMl«k D«vartawBt> 



"11 
I 
I 
• 
I 

tia6o I 
■ 



WILL CONTINyE 
10 HULD SEAT 



Jury A u (I ids ff tttiKni 
^ $2f000 Damages for 
injurlmz in MUhap 



Lieut. -Cul 
Retain Membershjp in 
Brftish Commwfs 



F»rt atrtat 



N«ar Prospect Lake 

98 ACRES AND 6.ROOM HOUSE, CHICXBN H^SRi 
for 1.200. Ji-acre aajdat lOacraa awam^ ever flowtntf cr^e?, some 
nice tinber. Snitabla for cUdtcaa and sheep. Great bargain 

»t — — u~ l A ... .,. eSfMo 

5 ACRES. NEAR ELK LAKE. RICH BLACK SOIi; NEWLY 
»Pr"'B». •">»'L52l'*«£t e»«ctrtc light avaiUble. lenced. 
2,300 logan tips. Taxes, f9.0a Price Zl.^^,900 

(Will Consider Exchanfe for SmitM Roaae Property) 



Wanted 



BUILpXNO LOT At PART PAYMENT FOR AN OAK BAY 

Buncalowt Jttst completed; 5 larRc roomv built in batb, liardwwd 
floors, rrcQch windows, nianv ^^)acio^l^ tlosets, large garden lot 

finest soil and shade trees. Cash I'rirc ■„„Z!.eijm' 

(Teinis to Suit at Sliglitly Higher l iKure) 

AgJP £'''''Q H?^"^ UH8URPA8g«D VIEW, DE- 
Nffhtfany arraaft* 7>room semi-buogalow, hardwood floors 
built-m (Miorea, electric light fixtures and bliada' include,! .it tlic 

remarkably low price of (on tcrm«> f5,7SQ 

Do not delay if interested m viewing a property of tMs nature. 
Phone G 1032 for Appointment. 

INSURANCE ANiD MORTQAGBS 

COLES,HOWELL&CO. 

638 View Street UMIT£D G 1032 



FOR RENT 

Mo<kni StMa-lfoated Ol4ee 
On BroMi Street 

For further partiruinr';. ]v 

E. B. RICHARDS 

•■piramt 9tlm 7, M at i epe glau BMg. Opposite Pott OSlce 



VANOOUVER. May 22 fCP>.— 
For injurie."! su.stained on December 
18 last, wlien struck by an autonio- 
. bi!e on Wr.'t, Broadway, Miss Helen 
Uiailt MOrden to Maxmr, aK<^d thirty, cigar and 
candy .Mand '.ai«'ow.oman. residing in 
Stanle y Park Manor, waa awarded 
dRRTSamafes by a Bbpfi^ Court 
Jury afalnat Victor files, artlaan. 
East Broadway. 

Liability for tl>e acoidcn; uh-^ ad- 
niitled on behalf of Pi wi ilii'.cr ol 
the iiii.ini car, «iUi a 'ence. 
The 42,000 was paid into court. 

Mr. iluatlQS Ovsgory, aooardlofly, 
after ordering Judgment for $3,000 
in favor of plaintiff, directed the 
dpfendaiit rerover co.sUs of the liti- 
gation liom the lime when the 
mtmey wa.s i^ald mto (-onrt 



mmmm m 

U. CYblt liUlK 



Vancouver .Mm on Motorcycles Will 
si Lnique 
Bella Caela 




TO mmm\ 



Memher* nf 8Klh Itiitt.illon mil 
dather at lir-unlon al < hamber 
of Conmerce Tonight 



I. Chlgnell and A J Arnold, 
of Vanrouver. have left on an un- 
usual trip. On motorcycles they 
proiK^i.so to travel from Vancouver 
to ncUa Coola by way of the Carl- 
boo Road, which they are foUowlnf 
to WHUams Lake. Tbsra ttm wOl 
turn waatvard over the bweh 
lands of the OhBeoUn. by ttaa road 
leading through Alexia Cteek and 
Redstone to Tatla Lake and Kleena 
From tliat point their ronte will 
touch the Hudson's rJav [vi.vt at 
Anahliii Lake, and thn.rf bv the 
old pack -horse trail to Atnarko, 
where there is a Oovernment tele- 
graph office. From Atnarko ttaay 
will go to Stule Lodld, a newly- 
esUbUshed resort aqais forty mUes 
from Bella Coola. l¥om Unn tha 
road Is good throvgh tha EaOa 
Coola VaUey to the ooaat. 

Their report to the provincial In- 
formation bureau i.s that the Cari- 
boo Highway i.s in excellent shape, 
and is easily traveled even on the 
light motorcycje.s which they are 
obliged to u.se on account of the 
difficult ir', of the park-horse trails 
to be nil ruintered later. They write 



UEUT.-CUU W. 





U. MUKDEN 




ons 



Let us priift or engfravc them fbr you and 
}onll I)c sure of the most correct and 
rclined forms and distinctive appearance. 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 
WEDDING CAKE CARDS 
AND BOXES 

AT HOME AND VISITINO CAMi 

The MosI Up-to-Dale Ideas-* | 

THE COLONIST 



LONTXDN. May 22 (CP>.— Lieut - 
Colonel Walter Grant Morden, na- 
tive of Prlnc3 Edward County. Ont. 
declared today he would contlmif 
to hole' hLs .«;eat in the Hnu.s" of 
Commons. Th^" public examination 
in bankruptcy, which had been fixed 
for today. «^ adjourned until July 
IT, and Liaut-Ootaftel Grant Mor- 
dM la reqiflred to f Us a atatetoeot 
or Mf aff aln within fbuarteen days. 

Lieut. -Colonel Orant Morden told 
the Canadian Press he had wanted 
to re.^lgn hi.s .seat He is a Conser- 
vative mrmtjer for Brentford and 
Chlswlck "My health for a Ion? 
time has not been good, and al- 
though 1 am Wtlar no#. I vnist go 
slow," he said. « 

"But at the request of Conserva- 
tive headquarters and the local ex- 
ecutive I Dm continuing tnfinber- 
ahlp. M\ finnjicial affairs will be 
stralghtf ni'd out in ample time to 
allow till, he declared. 

As a re.suit of the Issuance of the 
receiving order, Lieut. - Colonel 
Orant Morden la iooapaWc oC slt- 
tlng or voting to the House or ki 
eommittee until the adjudication Is 
annuUsd. or elecThe obtainfi from the 
oourt a certificate that bankniptry 
waa caused by misfortune without 
mlgoondnet. 



Hm fUtaanth annhreraary of the 
departota of the Stth Battalion for 
overeeas' aenrloe will be celebrated 
by the members of the battalion by , . 
a reunion and banquet, which will 7_^i^_/2S22L-52S 
be held In the Chamber of Com- ' ^ motoi«yen*. 
merce this evening commencing at 
7:15 o'clock It was on May 33. 1916. 
that the battalion left the Willows 
camp and marched to the C.P.R. 
whflrf to board the Princess Vic- 
toria on the first leg of the Journey 
overseas, and the history of the 
batuUon will be toM in aom and 
story around the festive board. The 
reunion U ooaflnod entirely to the 
members who left with the bat- 
tslioa, with the single exception 
that the next of kin of any departed 
comrada la tarited to attend. 

/Hm moit Impressive part of the 
programme will be the march to the 



CLEVER PliY IS 
lilVmiYCLyB 

Fairfield Playert' dulb Acts 
"The Arrival ol Kitty" 
Before Packed Houtt 



WMh aoch a cast of «dl choaen 

plurers petfo nn lng that It would be 
dimrult to single any out as being 

tlic be.\t thr I-'airfleld Playei - club 
undct Lhc dlreitl(}n of Mi.s Hijviii 
Nixon lA.M iiignt pn.seni'-d rij, 
Arrival cif KUtv ' a thiet- ail Ihhi- 
liy Noiiiian L>r hwartouf r>eti>t> ,1 
pa ked houae at the Shruie Aud- 
itorium. 

The p rc as pt a t loo kept tha pod- 
lenoe la borrta of MaHUar throuth- 
out. and asm aaea did ttaa aeUon 
slow down. 

The scene for the three is 
laid In the Halyc<>n Hm IM' H ,t;.itel 
in the C'at.slilll MMiiiitii'ic- am! 
."?tory deals with a >(.ui.k c<ni[>;, vmk, 
air )n l<n c wnii c,\, h i.tiici Ijut mm- 
^ iiiial>le I.) Lk? Juinrd In holy niatri- 
j iiiony Ix cause of Uie will of the 
girl , father, which states that she 
niiis' marry another within a year. 
The girl's uaela and aunt do their 
best to hold the iM to ths wlU 
against her own wtll. and she is 
about ready to marty the man 

chdaan for her when hei I.nei 

who has been Tav. Iiii hiuI m .1!.' 
.WklllK lici .ippprti , ,,|) .s,-riir- to 

.Stop fh. 1.1 IM - .■diMt;' Tiie coinpli- 
t!iHt „,: r from the wedding- 
to-bf ajT \aried and many, and do 

not allow the audience d* ■aoaMBt'k 
peace with their humaroaa Mtua« 
ttons. Uter In the alary tt tm out 
that ttaa unde, who is sug^eaad to 
ba r aas r ra d and sedate, is also in 
love.- Bia Ideal is one the tiT-wt 

notorious stars on Broadvva.x and 
hl« sister-in-law, who is in charge 
of the money left in the will, ha& an 
aversion to ii<i. diaractcrs. 

CLEV£K MASqUBBAOING 
To save himself and also his love, 
the young man nol>ble Baxter, 
singularly well ixirt raved bv Dennis 
Humphneh, dk-sguise? .i.n-.sr.; as the 
movie actress in order that he may 
lower her in the estimation of all 
concerned. .^galn « ff«pff wff|jm 
arise that provide maay a iHaaafoas 
situation when the aaan who is sup- 
poeed to marvy ttaa young girl. Jane, 
played exoallently by MoUy Joho- 
•toa. geta Intoxicated and makes 
lore to BobMe Ba xter, (lis^iii.sed as 
the movie actress. Tlic arnval of the 
real actress on the scene brings 
down tJie house with the uncle see- 
iuu .'o r:nn\ iiinie actresses, as he 
supposes, that he believes himself 
going mad. The hotel kaspsr, how- 
ever, who is an old Mand of Boh- 
MslB, and with BobMa^ aadatanee, 
Maaaaa. to a certain axtent to 
snalfnten thinta out, after wiiich 

aB «Mls hapi^''' 

The part of the aunt la taken 
convinelngly by Bva Parlee. Her 
acting throughout was perfect, and 
It Is doubtful If the part could have 
been better chosen Jack Tvrer a.s 1 



the hypocritical uncle. Ls al.vj well 
cast, and show.s himself as being 
enthu.«;ia.stically of the hlghway' as homr on the stage. James 

a travai rout*. Ita Attnjit^kma > ^^''ani? » colored boy; Douglas 



I a tfaval route, and Ita attractions 
for the motorayeBat.- 

WEALTH OF FORMER 
SPANISH MONARCH IS 
PLACED A I $8,600,000 

MADRID, May 22 (AP».— The 
Republican Oovernment llnirsday 
plaoad the wealth of fenaar King 
Alfonao and the royal famUy in 
fundi, -bonds and investmenU in 
Spain and abroad at 86,000,000 pe- 
setan (about M,600.000i. 

Military officer.^ who made the 
audit said however, that onlv a 



Cenotaph, where a floral tribute fough estimate was passible, since 
will be placed in memory of H e de- | df^'l'^'te figures were not available, 
parted Tickets niav be obtained at J^»p1j> In possession of members of 

the family were not included in the 
total, since It waa imposslbls £b dc- 
termlna ttasir vataa. • 



Turners barber Khop, Campbell 
Building; Jone.s Bros.' service sta- 
tion, or any member of the com- 
mittee. Those Intending to attend 
are requested to aaeure ttielt tkdcets 
or notify the committee la order 
that ^rppar arrantemeata can be 
mada f or ttaa ftaaeiit. 

mm mm 
DIES ON mm^ 

far 



Nixon • : .■ bellboy and aiake- 
belleve owner of the hotel; SaHlte 
a maid: Benjamin More, ttia IMMe- 
groom ehoeen In ttaa win. and Kitty, 
the rsal aatrsss, aU acted hi first- 
elaaa manner. Last, but by no means 
least, comes the part played by 
Dennis Hiunphrles Ma.squeradlng 
as the actress, his ladylike actions 
and the ea.se with \»hlch he carried 
himself brought comment from all. 
NBW OBOANBATION 
The club. Whkh was organised In 
January and has been practising 
since February, has been an out- 
.•^Undlng succe.s.s thus far, and Its 
member.s. under Mrs. Nlxon. are 
now contempUting aiy»q nf nnidue- 
tion wi thin fee n ear futaa. 

BaidUB has started a campaign 
for ttaa laMvovnasat of ttaa finilt 




WiU Be Retained 

Harold B Rnbert.son. KC, will be 
rri:ii!i'(i bv 'he .Saanich School 
Board, as counsel to defend the 
actlcn of Victoria .School Board to 
recover fees for fourteen students 
from Saanich. admitted to Victoria 
High Bahool. although not equipped 
wHta a ueiqrlty from Baanleh. 

THBOaOPHICAL SOCIBTT 

Monday being a holidav the 
iiHu.il wpeklv meotliiK of the Vic- 
toria Independent Theosophlcal So- 
ciety. Jones Buildlag. vtu aat ba 



SOUND AT fC HON* 
andCON I RAC T , 

W/lSm C. WHJTEMLAD 
Viotld} GrtaieHJtuiAwUtf ^ 




Printing 

12U Broad StrMt 



A 



SPECIAL! 

i-Kuom Ru-'i -jv Sots 
From $25 Up 



[ MURPHY 

I M RCTEIC CO. 

T4Trs i-tt 



WlliiMSB b 

eC Arthur Naalal. 
Bestaaraat Keeper 



MONT LAURIER. Que.. May 22 
<CP).— Bdouard THomaa, twanty- 
five-year-old Quebec woodsman, 
wis hanged here toddy for the mur- 
der of Arthur Nantel. restaurant- 
keeper of I'Annonclation. Que., last 
September. | 

Nantel was shot in the back from 
ambush while on iiL-> way from his! 
Home to tend his stock Thomas was I 
nrre.sted and charged with the niur- I 
der together with the victim s wife 
The Crown contended Nantri was 
killed through a cnn^iracy bstween 
Mrt. Nantel and Thomas. The ac- 
cused were tried separately, the 
woman batasff aoqultted. 

Thomas was trlsd Hrst on tha 
question of his aaaity. Found sane, 
he was iroofht feswra ttaa local 
ertadaal ^Mna, aad on January 11 
was conncted and ssnlnaad to 
death. 

A peUtlon was sent to fh> Mlnis- 
' ter of Justice asking cleniencv on 
behalf of Ttioma.s 
mother wa.s aided b'- the ranadlan 
r^rtsoner*' Welfare A,s.'0"la'ion In 

further representations to Ottawa, 
but the ssaaaaet was aUpwsd Ja 

stand. 



A Trkfcless Hand May Paw Part- 
ner's Original Two Bid 



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North 
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Pass 



The original bid of two of a suit. 
* TVUBip. la 

a forcing bid and thus a daaund 

upon partner to keep the Mddlnff 
e hold any 



m\rA\J^, OF PYTHIAS 
MAME 1931 LEADERS 

KAMliOOPS. May » <OP).— A* 
the thirty-seventh oonventkm o( the 
grand lodge of the Knighta of Pyth- 
ias hi BrltMi OalmnMs. U waa de- 
terslnad to eoadaaa anpport of the 
Brltlah Columbia musleal fesUvals. 

Raw oOesrs for Ittl were named 
as foUears: Orand chancellor. J. 
Bertram Sloueh. Vancouver A K. 
HiU (JVC ("ranhrfvok (; H Alll- 
sni- (,p, Victoria, Fred ./ Harding 
' ■ 1. n s . Vancouver; C I. Behnsen. 
(.,MH. Vlct/>ria; 8 M Ward. 
O M A , North Bend; W H .)ohn.son. 
or, o Powell River; C. C. Botten. 
( i I > < i Re-, eLstoke. 

Past Orand Chanaailor T. J. Wad- 
man. o# K swi l s f sl n . araa alec tad to 
the vaeanay as m^num lapresmu- 
ttve. A ban«ast waa heM in the 
Masonic Ball, which many 
eentatlve cMnoi attended. 



open, should he 

Ing value whatsaavar 
he ba B^ktat Bi 



tridk-tak 
■van shouM 
taa 



Ptin Over Kidneys 
Was Soothed Away 

A splendid r'^ vas made by 
Mr. A. 8. Oray. of Klbroa, Bask. He 
heard o( a good kldnay madlelne 
and and tt. "I started using Dr. 
RaaaOtan'k ntls a few months ago 
and And them a great medicine for 
atomarh. Liver and Kidney trou- 
bles After taking a few boxen of 
r>r Hamilton » Pills the sorenesn in 
the region of my Iddnev.s is nearly 
all gone I am eating anything 
now. which I couldn't do before 
takii« Dr. Hamilton's PIUs." 
BBUd yet active pOa 



and iNtttscaMt, and pat 

new Ufa taBto the liver and kidneys 
They soothe away backache and 
make voti feel in i*k and fwU of Bpsdes t a kill fey 

pep. Sold by all dealers. lAdvu |t«a «M. 



should bid any five-card suit that 
he might have, for with ttie high 
values declared in partner's hand 
there might be a fame la soah suit. 
Or Its mere praaanoe aa to length 
mifht anaUa partner to go game 
at Mo Truaip. ahottld such suit 
happen to be the weak salt la arlg- 
Inal bidder's hand. 

However, when the partner of 
the original two bidder tea a Maak 
haad aad no dlstrftatlanal vahne. 
I ala llnaly ef ttaa opinion th»' ■ 
is better for him to pass, for unless 
the requlrsaMatS for an original 
bid of two are kept unreaj^onably 
high, there wcmjW mdeed be little 
chance to go game. I corvslder it 
more lmporta.nt \n have some clas- 
tlelty to the original bid of two 
than to assure a response from 
partner on an arbitrary convention. 

aausNT roorrs or th amoMo 

CoBtraet: Bouth opeiu the Md- 
dmg with two Bpadea. Wast passai 
and North, with an absohitely trtek- 
laaa hand, ataa passes. Naturally 
Bast paaaaa and Bouth plays the 
hand at two Spades. 

Aactioa: South obtains the Con- 
tract for an openhig Md tt eM 
apade. Though the salt to aat loa4 
it to so stro»^ as to t^ ttetii 
IsNlaily ^diB to lavtia 

Twe ruAv 
West opeiw iii« two of Diamonds. I 
North plays the four. East the' 
Queen and South takes tlte trtek 
with the Ace. Declarer tnunediate- 1 
ly utilises hta only entry In Oaavay i 
<the Jack of ■aadsB) la anisr to 
taka ttaa Baart tesasa. Itaere being 
iMt two RearU Bi Dmnmy, South 
plan Hh QaaCB to the first lead ! 
and wtoen ft wins he plays the Ace 
of Hearts 

Re then plays the two of Hearts 
from own hand and West playa the 
nine ef ^trmfrf. atoaMM ont 

ttaa Bat. leading ttaa 
trtok Declarer takea iHtt tlM 

Queen of trumps, leodtng in o t twi 

Heart, which Weal trumps with the 
t*n of Bpades Declarer miiat yet 
loae the Are and King of Clubs 
which togettacr wttta •ttaa two 



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smartly tailored Silk Sports I'focks, with and without 
their popular little jackets, in white and dainty pastel 

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You will surely want one of tliese .smart new Summer 
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in white, lemon and Nile (rreen. You may rhoosc from 
fine basket weaves and plain materials. Splendid values 



1,500 PAIRS OF 

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FuU^Fashioned SUk 

Stockings 



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Choose from fifteen new colors thai are 
liasiiiK a str<MiK •il>pcal to women viho 
(irniaiul llir newest and smartest Hosier 
color.s. Scmi-srrviir weight and extra 
tine qua^. A wooderfui Hose at a new 
low price* 

EVERY PAIR PERFECT 



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Sah' of Wonwn^s 
AU Pure Wool 
RailUng SuU$ 
At $3.75 

REGULAR |5X)0 VAI^R 

Regular $5.00 value. Woa»en's All-Pure 

Wool Bathing Siiit.^, iti one and two-loiic 
color effects. Perfeit titling and excep- 
tMinally well made suits. Unusual value 
at «t.TS. 

Auraeth)9 New Batkim§ Cap§ 
3Se to 9Se 



Now Bern Ttun§, AU Colon^ at 79c 

Just arrived I \ new ahtpment of Imfmrted Beret Pelt 

Tanis. Close-fittinjf st>Ir and in all (ho wanted col- i 
Ideal for sportswear, and special value at 79f 



Exceptional Y alue$ in the Children 9 Section 

GirU: Pine All-Wool Cardi- 
gans and Jamper*. in Krem. 
brown, saxe and acarlet. S 



dal vahtc at 



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rhildren's Strong Khaki aii'l 
niiif Drill < Urr;ills f..t .)i;r, J 
to 6 years. .Specially priced 
today at VlJM gad fl 



SaU of Cirin* Straw Hats Todoy 
At 95c and $1.25 

Marked for a quick clearance today. 24 only. GIrU' Smart Straw 
Hats, all food colors and smart styles. Spcciallv pnred io<lay 



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SMe-Hooking ".Nemo-Flex" Girdles of 
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of silk knitted elastic aad Wghtly 
honerl. Ponnerly priead at f'> 'xi 
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ROBERT F. DRUMMOr^U 
DIES AT VANCOUVER 



VANCOUVBR. May 22 (CF).— 
Death dataasd another of vaAcou- 



•«ed 
hoepttal, 

health i 
yearx. 

■ Bom In Toronto, ha cao 
ooavar fortjr-eeven years 



In a dty 
in Ul 
Ida half 

to Van- 
Mi B« 



iBilM 




NERVILIN 

Drives Out Paii 



4 



^fe Daily Colonist 



EatabllfihPd 1».')8 



The Coiontot 



PrlnUtig and PuUUUilng Cumpooy. 
UUAtea LlabiOliy. 



4. It. talk 

MerlpUao IMm br Owrtar Mid »t Ma ta XNiMdtt 
OMitaHi to vtetorta. SvrTtd hgr CWoaUt 

City OMTlm: 

YtMrlv - - •"00 

Mpntnly ^ ^o 

AB ■ubtaiptton rates payable in advuix •- MiH ^ub- 
iQWwtttd to nakt all ramltuncea diract 
rivnii Daay OataM. 

„tbprK In o-^clerltiK cnanf« ot address should be 
"purtlcuhfr to give both old and new address. 
Hubstrlptlon rates by Mall: 
To CaiMida, Oraat BrlUUn, tha United Buu^ af>d 



YaarUr 

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Th9 Chine»e nationalist uuveuimmL hUow.^ 
BO rtgpf of wookOBlBC In lU determination to 
tfiprtff forotgners of their exlraterrltorlal prtvl- 
kfOik TbMt Government is, to quote the Shang- 
iMl oor r topondnt of Ibo Loikton Tlmei, "tear- 
ing up treat Irs whlrh tirmrrl these privileges 
without leave ol the Qovernments concerned." 
It y Irvo Ihoro bare boon mgoiUttioiM between 
the Chinese Nationalist administration and other 
Governments signatory to the treaties con- 
comod. Mr. O. T. Wane, tbo Chinese Foreign 
Minister, now says the desired solution has not 
been reached with Great Britain and the 
united State*. BO hMM, thorofore, Issued the fol- 
lowing regulations irbloh are to oomo Into offoct 
on January 1, Ittt: * 

The setting ,np of special courts in a number 
of places for the trial of rriminal and otvU OOOSO 
In which foreigners are involved. 

Outside the jwlodletkm of these courts for- 
eign defendants may petition tO hKf% their COCS 
tried In special courts. ^ 

iUMttn ihiA Iw ottoehed to opodol^ oowia 
irho ."Shall not necessarily be Chinese. 

The advisers may submit written memoranda 
t p tho eourlo, ouU i mni Uietx uplnlUM, Ipt m y 

ael interfere with their judgments. 

, AlTMt and search are to be carried oul in ac- 
airdanni wtib ttto OhlnoM ertmlnal code. 

ForelRners arrested are to be handed OTCr for 
trial within twenty-lour hours. / 

IMgnora may bo ripmeatid bp lotoipi 
lawyers. 

Violations of police regulatloiu will be dealt 
fvtth la tho pollee courts, iMtto an ompowated 

to Impose fines up to $15. 

Great Bnlam s negotiations with the Na- 
ttqnalW Ooremment of China on the subject of 
extraterritorial rights have been based on a 
definition of the safeguards which China would 
provide in its Judicial and adminlstratWe system 
to protect foreign residents against any miscar- 
riage of Justice. Great Britain Insists that 
Shanghai and the other three principal treaty 
ports, "must be outside the scope of the negotia- 
tions." The Chinese Government objects to such 
exemptions. It wants extraterritorial rights 
abolished throughout the length and breadth of 
the land, Including the treaty ports. Thus China 
is going ahead In her determination, without the 
e<m8ent of the Powers with whom she has 
treaties. Those Powers are well within their 
rlgtato, after recent experiences in China, In de- 
manding that Illustration should be glren for 
the time being of the power of the Chinese Got- 
emment to ptoCoci.foreliiiera within tbo aroft of 

tu 



paet tt^e la a chaos.' Your nelgt^EKNr's house 
lo a ohldMft bam at jfureeent. Mr. Thtetanan s 

luiuse has been rebuilt Into a pig pen My barn 
and house are decreed to be change^ In a similar 
nuMHMf. BMMgh now. The letter eaanot tie 
sent off today. I have first to make an envelope 
you cannot buy any. Could you send me one 
ytm wtHo a i etl e r t* 

KAO£ AND GROW THIN 



Note and Comment 

£lir & B. a 



Th'- rank it but ihe lulnea • »Ump, 
Tb« MAa'* Um »om4 lot •' ihAi. 



ICr. J D McNlven, ProvUicial 
Deputy-Mmittter ol Labor, Is atxtut 
to retire and rest IMas bis IsOaos. 

In accordance with custom snd ' 



of M MMPtlon 



.'-'(■irnf ist.s til convention at Montreal have 
enunciated a doctrine of how to keep the school- 
girl and sebooHoy flgwo wtthom the tMVblo of 

dieting Their claim Is that fieijuent exhlbltlon.s 

of rage and fear burn up fat to a remarkable i onu ihui is boineihiiig which 
degree: IB other words, the ponon wte la i^ld 

and .serene will not be really fit. I| ha.'- been 
deniunslrated in the animal world that anger 
buma op^fat. Zxperlmenta are now to bo made 
with humans and If is hnped. by the los.s of 
weight, tu dentuasUate iiow angry a person is 
at a given momenta ' If tho theooy Ig tnio then 

It is obvious that men would live llMlcat tf thore 
was mure luXunaUun in their iivei. 

The new doetrlne of how tbimMoaCmoir be 
achieved gives two emotlnns from which to chose 
IL Is necessary to display eiLiier rage or fear. The 
result In either ease Is equally effleaeioas. It 
remains, however to devise a way In whicfi at 
regular Interval.s either of these emotiuns can 
be Induced. That is the fttunbling-block. A oet 
of automatic Irritants or frightening impulses 
must be devised If there Is to be a regimen ol such 
emotions as are recommended to take the place 
of a sparing diet. It is here that the psycholo- 
gists should be able to step Into the breach and 
show how mental complexes dm be made ungov- 
ernable with the laudable pnrpooo la tIow of al- 
ways keeping fit. 

^ 



gttr/-t obsir«s that a number ef 
gentleinn an writing IsMsra in 
favor of lecaMittng twerpstakes for 

bospUuls Personally I feel that 
tyirse Keotlem. ii are wrong, as li 
litwipUaU eannot gel .'Aifnccni vi.'iin- 
conventiun, iMWspaper coininenla- , tary aupport iney have a k" ' l < i e 
tors are prlnttag nlee tUags about! to go to the i.,<>gi.sUturc tm iniin 
th.' Ilff Hiid work.-s of the retiring < t«nanqs. hoepital upkeep benvg 

'eqoally important ^iU\ is.m' 'du- 



is ahrayi dons. However erltlcal 

t)ie bon. genttrmen of the press 
ujuiy havsv been ol the conduct of 
publle men during the period of 
their service to the country or the 
community, they always say eompli- 
mentary things about them when 
they retire oY die. There is no 
probability of the latter dire oon- 
tingency in the case of the letiriog 
Deputy-Minisier, WO are ttunkiui 
u> state, and there Is therefore good 
res SMI to hope that after a long 
perlor of service to his feOo'iMen 
In tba realm of labor be wlU live 
Umg to ( onieiupiaK- aod eojogf the 

fruits of his industry. 

• • • 

Wc have known Mi MrNivpu for 
many years, lor many more years 
than ft U oWBiitbsr eomfortlnc to 
l(X)k back Upon and eontemplate 
We Qrst met bim shortly alter the 
laU Mr. J. O. Macfagan, when edi 
tor and proprietor of the late Vaii- 
couver World, who had heard of his 
repwtisHon as an ' afMstlo typog- 



An laoroaaod dependence on governments to 
set alt hbman ills right and the overburdening, 
taxation Impoeed in the attempts of authority L^^P^f^ 
to eanry OUfc the new social mandate is probably, 
as much as anything else, a cause of present-day 
world depression. Sir Kmest Benn is right when 
he says: "Let us give up this whining about 
world conditions, and recognise that we have a 
great deal t»^Sg right among ourselves. Let us 
do ourselves more credit as a people, as a na- 
tion. Let us do ourselves the Justice to believe 
that we are not forty -five million mugwumps, 
who cannot mora mutU WbitohaU blows a 
whistle." 



In the United States in the last three years 
4.171,949,291 shares of stock were sold at an ap- 
proximate price of $100 each. This Is about 
enough. It would seem, to indicate the gambling 
spirit which malntfttau in one country, because, 
while a large proportion of tho money went for 
investment purposes, there was a groat enough 
percentage, alto "Invested," on the basis of the 
"get-rlch-quick" Idea. If the latter had not been 
the case the prices of various listed securities 
and stocks woiUd be more healthy than they are 
today. 



Punch's comment on Mir. Sniowden'i budget 

Is, as usual, very much to the point. It depicts 
In a cartoon by L. Raven Hill, the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer, as a sandwich man bearing plac- 
ards with the following Inscriptions: "Pay more 
taxes "; "Fill more forms' ; "Tear more hair"; 
"Gnash more teeth"; "Bite more dust." Nearby 
Is a billboard with the advertisements: "Buy 
more Empire produce"; "Drink more milk"; 
"Eat more fish"; "lat more fruit"; "Seek more 
sunshine.' The capttm of thO OWtOOA la t>lir 
UtUo Snowboam." 

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Df sovunr bvssia 



Hio taakatoon Star-Moenlx has published a 
lottor rooolvod by Ut. JlMMb TMeann. of Mennon, 

Bask., from a friend Of his at Taurlda, Russia, in 
which the writer dlgelooos some ol the conditions 
irorbon soffer uader tho Sovlei regime. The 
letter is a literal tran.slation from the Ru.s.slan 
and not wholly Intelligible in parts, but the gen- 
ocal oiiioo Isavoa no mlaonderstanding of what 

the writer seeks to convey We quote It In part: 
"Yesterday It snowed and frote, so that It 
mmm tapoaslble to ftotth aowtaif to ate days. 

Tho primary plan wa.s to flnl.sh it In ten days, 
bat alnce God was late In sending Spring 
weather, 'wo.' In opportthm to Him, ai*o ftaiUhtog 

in six days Aren't we smart? Is it possible? — 
nobody asks that. The fact that our horses have 
had no oom (kernel) during Wtaitor and that 
already some have to be ral.sed by the tall right 
now — all that matters not. The plan Is so — 
OBd has to be oarrled out to the lottor— ovon tf 
It Is foollshne.ss. Somebody will get thO 
should the plan miscarry. Today the loool 
board Is blamed L e c ano so aoodo are airaflaMe. 
In Autumn when T was a member of that board, 
we tried to hinder an export of more wheat and 
barley. Tho roaoli waa 'for speaking In opposi- 
tion to the people's will, fourteen months' prison 
for the chairman of the board.' Now the board 
teta the blamo for not having seeds. 

"If there are people In Canada that do not 
believe in the 'devil' and 'hell.' come over into 
Soviet Russia. Hero you will see him and feel 
ii, one thousand ways you will feel it. Are there 
any students of slavery In your new home?' 
come and study It here— we do not know any 
Other but 'slavery' Industry. Nobody Is allowed 
to want anything (that Is In reality, on the 
paper; statements, newspapers, etc., we want to 
do everything). 'When the Lord shall save the 
Imprisoned la Bnmta, we'll like the dreaming.* 
Pray for Ǥ, oo Ood miflit aava ua. Bow. matters 
not 

addition to all misery comes hunger. The 
prices for food products are Enormous, and they 
are still cli mbing . In our provincial residence 
S6 pouads of flour (one pood), costs OOR r$90); 
WhOOt, M pounds, about $20; poUtoes. $8 for 36 
pounda; a bottle of sunflower seed oil cosu $4. 
lb the CiliMiB n often happens that hotels have 
no bread, not even for Industrial workmen. We 
are forced to take food along while driving to 
town. Jhiy? Tou east buy food in town. The 
ilty industry workmen receive a pound or a 
and a quarter of bread. On the 'Dnje- 
I.* a mauafauturlng plant on the Dnjlepre 
River, one member of each family la standing la 
turn to receive bread out of the oommoo 'food 
taoB.* Oemmm KMHom are to bo ortmnlaed in 
the nearest future in all villages. Tn many vll- 
lagas thero oro already «^"«^ 'bakeries.' but 
Ml to My boaw. fMM kftriMBo aro a oommon 
tWng n -^- 

"So far we (tho family of the writer) have 
BMdo a IMat; s>M» Mvtat. Of my Mbo for the 

vnr " " Oilifner' 'iken 99 per cent. 

Many, very mOiir have lost all their food, all 
onopg thooe few roga thoy wore 
take t -r^r ^nrt drtvo the 
brorkL £speciaUy. they are after 
moio that «i ael diiBppear It 
tins SM aal to friooB. to |mk tMM «c tho 



family into 



Wiii you remember that when next yeu wrltO SSe. 

It is of little things I long to hear. 

All the small happentaga-tbat |0w boM so bgtatly, 

I hold so dear. 

Are you stUl busy in your garden dallyT 
What are you doing nowt 

What do you sswt 
And do yea hum your Httle songs as gaily 

As long agoT 

Are the larks singing now at dawn's awaking. 
In the green meadow where wild pansies grow 
In eluslsn. free tor any traveler's taking? 
Ten me sHBh tbtags as tbsse. my heart li brsakbig 

Dear, ,|ast to know. 
—Maud Stewart in The Canadian Bookman. 

I believe freedom lo be the first condition of moral 
life. It need.s, however, to be accompanied by instruc- 
tion. It is like money In this, that In order to pnrflt 
by It one must know haw to use It nuperty. JbMs 
Ward Howe. 

The gentle mind by gentle deeds Is known; for a 
man by nothing Ls xo well betrayed as by his manners. 



The Weather 



Meteorological Office. Victoria, B.C.. at 8 pjn., 
Iftf M. tttL 

•YNOPSia 

The barometer Is faUlng over Northmi British 
OohnnMa, and oeoler weather is beooaaing geoatal on 
the Paetfle Slope. Vine, moderately warm weather 

prevails In the Pratrle.s 

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facUon wiUi ttie ilifo ctmiK U wlui U 
MTU dptermmed tlint lher<- .sliould tir 

no amendments or aiterattens, but. 
toat ft should stand and be mjomiiiil 
as a goqd by-law. in any ease It 
was net repealed, and the present 

counefj Is bound bs It. and the fact 
of the burlaw remaaalng Inopscatlve 
does not relieve the oouncU Bean- 
ben cf their re.«ponslbaity 

The c;i.UH-il i.s In autl>i,iuy lo se'- 
ttial all laws are enforced unci pun 
iRhraeiit l.s meted out to tho.sr wiio 
breuk them (Itxxl K'veimiifnl i iiu 
only ! c r.'iir.Pit (lul Ijy Ihl.s 

Nped I cal! alU iiL'dii in thr M il 
DiLTiev, ol the .stand laltcii by Uie 
prcirnt <outi< il which, by such ac- 
tions, .uv > t!ic (" ulidence of the I 
eiectoci, who can on^ punish at the 
polls. t 
t might a)so eaU yoar sttontlon to I 
tbe aeUen ef soeaeotie m authority, I 
▼la., relating te a two-yoars' agree- 
ment mad% between the (\remen'8 
i>M.;anl/ail ..I, luiit pic rii-;ib!\ 
couo'il I would nuikt.' no I'oii 
men.. L.it ^^er^lap.s t.he solU-iUii init\ 
be rt'ijUf.sleil to cxplttln 1 wouM 
oiilv any If Uie ri.uiKll, ui I-hiI c! 
dealing with (lUt-.s'lons ouu.lde !t.s 
provinif. would M,ii.-)Ult {'\f ofBciiil.s 
apiK>liitt*<t und p&ld for servue.s. and 
follow their advice to protect Hn 
couacil frotfl such apUons, tbe pub- , 
lie wouM reeelve proper and Just' 
proteotioa. I 
It Is a pbr ttat a ettleaa who 
should have some respect for those 
placed In such high authority should 
have Just eauss tooMwpiain of such 
blunders. | 

After the rrtwllng of lliis Icltei I 
tru.st that .sduif ()! tlif aldi-niKi 1 
will .st'(> thkt I am 0"i i oiuplalnliiK 
Without ju.,l <auM' I .shall watrh 
with Interest the outiomc Ih'- 
.sollcitor'a advice to tlie < ouncil 1 



cation or road-bnlkUag. They have 
no caae <to g« to gamMsn for sop- 
port, even If Ihe gambttng is ot the 

mild kind known as sweepstakei. 

I,et ijs hi>\>f that our h<-.spltal 
autliurUli-.i 111 Canada will lukt- the 
same attlludi' a.'i tlieir IcUovt.s in 
£:ngland where It lia» lonV been a 
source of pride that the hospitals 
are supported by voluntary contrl- 
bi^tloDs, but where there has re- 
cently been an agltatloik. la the 
.sane d ir ee tl on. Tbe ehamnan o: 
Charing Cross Hospital has wrltt/'n 
a pamphlet agaln«t the idea of 
• wfep.stakf.s a:ui their le-sull.-i beiiiK 
applied lo hos))lUil upkeep He ha.s 
re<eived .so much abuse thai he has 
been obliged to write to The TUncs 
u foUow.s "I am not a "bigof nor a 

killjoy.' I don't think I am a 
humbug,' and eertalnhr not a 'souig 
Pharisee': poestMy I am a^Posla- 
smlter.' because T do not klfOW what 
that Ls. hut 1 do feel that all these 
epithet-, mid V>lhei- applied to me 
are ulunerlteci .\- long as I hold 
the helm ol Uu.s hotpltal. I shall 

refiisr to touch one peimy from this«j should be followed as per the la«t 



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to All an important position upon 
his newspaper. Pibrters te those 
days were all good fellows, but some 
of them were bad boys. Jim was 
always a good fellow, but he never 
wa.^ a bad boy. Mr, MacLagan. al- 
though he was a printer by trade 
himself, was always having trouble 
with his printers He was of a gen- 
erous but Impetuous disposltioo. and 
not by any means slow to. wrath. 
The natural c<Hi5equenee WSs that 
there were frequent exchanges of 
flowers of q)eech between the Im- 
petuous proprietor and the worst of 
the bad boys in the composing room, 
and the printers ''went on strlbe." 
But the storms were always mere 
tempests In teapots. They blew 
over as fast as they had blown up, 
and master and men wen as good 
friends as ever. 

« « « 

, We have met a few nsogpapsi 
proprietors who were proud it their 

paper.s. but never one who todb SO 
much pride in the typographleal 
appearaaoe of his papsr as Mr. Mac- 
Lagan. It was In order to main- 
tain and increase. If possible, the 
typographical appsasaaee of Tbe 
World that Mr. McNlven was im- 
ported from Winnipeg. We arc not 
sure bow long tbe assodatiott of 
Mr. MacLagan and Mr. McNlven 
continued. It could not have been 
very long, but whether It was k»g 
or short. It could not have been 
severed as a result of any exchanges 
Of Bowers or speeen, lor we ne noi 
believe it pos.'^lble that Mr McNiven 
m the course of his life ever could 
"have bad words" anybody. If 

the Impetuous MacLagan wa.s a man 
hard to get along with, the consti- 
ttttlenaUy even-tempered and Judi- 
oial«mlnded McNlven could get 
along with anybody. 

• • • 

But in this discourse we are noT 
going to follow the conventional 
practice an(i say nothing but nice 
things about the retiring provincial 
ofBelal. Sven the best of men are 
not free from faults If they are not 
afflicted with vices. Bo we have 
decided to ten the troth and shame 
the devils who f<dlow the conven- 
tional practice and say nothing but 
pleasant thinga We have heard it 
said of Mr. McNlven. then, that he 
took an unoonsdonable long time to 
cut his plug of tobaeop and fill his 
pipe In the mornings before settling 
down to work. We have been told 
by those wbe know that when he 
held an even more Important posl- 
tlS^ in Ottawa than be Is about to 
surrender In VIeterla. and when 
circumstances compelled him to 
traveK4brough the country a great 
deal, he was never known to wait a 
second at a station for a train— that 
he always arrived just in time to 
Jump upon the plalferm ef tbe test 

car as the train was ^oBklg Out of 

the station. 

• • • 

But none of these things were 
vices; they were not even faults; 
they were virtues which fitted him 
for the high positions he held; they 
were svMenees of a dlptomatlc and 
Judicial disposition, qualities of 
mind necessary f^ any man who 
was called upon to deal with highly 
eontrovenlal relations between em- 
ployees and employers. There is a 



sweepeuke nuisance into which tbe 
public Is being stampeded." 

Let us be true to prlndpls. above 
sU to national analrs. Black and 

white, when mixed together, do not 
produce white; they produce gre>^ 
sometimes a dirty black. So if yon 
mix good and evil, you do not pro- 
duce good If you run sweepstakes 
for hospitals, you obtein tainted 
money. Do the hospltttswant this 
tahited money? Z hope not. 

Mr. M s n e fliM remaits that the 
whole of life sssma to him a gamble. 
Not at an. "Whatsoever a man 
soweth. that ghsUl he aU>o reap." 
If you sow religion, you reap it. If 
you sow art, you reap It: sow music, 
you reaji It; .sow study, and you reap 
knowipdxr But if you sow any of 
the bad things, like frivolity or 
eovetousness, what then? If you 
sow sin, you rsap evlL And If Vou 
sow sweepstakes, you reap a gam- 
bling spirit iu your fellow men. 
"niat Is a rotten thing to dr> 

CHARLE.S BROUS-SOU 
RJl. 4. Victoria. Be, May 21, 1831. 



clause m his letter. vl%, "the Munici- 
pal Council is booM V 'lls own pro- 
cedure by-laws." 

I am now pas p a i e d to leave tttis 
to tlM voters of the «lt^ who may 
Judge aooordlngly. JOHN DAY. 
840 Msddlson Street. Tlelorla. B.C., 
May 22, 1931. 



SWLtP.SIAKliS 
Su , Will the Rev. O. F. Cox. of 
St. Paul's Prosbyterlaa Gbuieh. Vic- 
toria Weet. fctaidly explain te a be^J ooiet. >lffor 
wildered public on what grounds he 
objects to sweepstakes, seeing that 
the winners are ordained of Ood 
aeeordlng to Mr. Cox's own state- 
ment over his stgOators in your 
Ussue of today. 

A MacCORKINDALE. 

30 Mensles Street, Victoria, B.C.. 
Map ai, 1131. 



final fact confirmatory of the fitness 
of Mr. McNlven for the posltloDs he 
filled so admirably at Ottawa and in 
victoria. When In Ottawa be was 
associated wttn the departssent ef 
whteh ifr. llaokswsle King (now 
known as the Ht Hsa. wailam Ijron 
Mackenzie King* was tbO distin- 
guished chief. Ws have bod It on 
tbo Mgheet and mart dlreet aathsr- 

tty that In tho5;e days the first chl«/ 
Of Mm OooUnion Laixv Department 
was net an easy asan to get along 
with, that he was both arrogant 
and headstrong. WO have heard 



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to that efTect. but he never had a 
dlreet 111 word to say of hte ehlsL 
aad we beSoee b loyal to Ms aisak 

ory a sentiment which he qualifies 
by explalnuig that the right koa. 
's ooaUtles 
by age Thr 
WS formed from thU 
was that a sua wtio eooM 

agreeable relations with the pr««nent 
Leader of the Oppoaition could g«t'^£ 



Sir,— I am concerned over two 
BSpeeU regarding the prqiosed 
measure to legaUse sweepetakes. 
1. Dees leglstotlon strengthen the 
will of the people to tell the truth 
and do right? 2, What Is wrong 
with sweepstakes? 

When Milton wrote hLs sonnet 
"On the Lord Clrurral F'atrfax" he 
concludes with these words; 

"For What can warr, but endless 

warr still breed. 
Till truth and right from violence be 

freed. 

And public faith cleard from the 
shamefull brand i 

Of public fraud In vain doth valour 
bleed 

While avarice and rapine share the 



The ideal of true govcnuncnt i.s 
to "maintain Justice and uphoW ' 
the liberty of the subjert " Can this 
Idpal be maintained by legalizing 
any form of gambling? 

Undoubtedly the war. 1914-1918. 
wa.s caused by avarice Betting on , 
racing, fluttering in stocks, or tick- 
ets on knterles and sweepstakfo are 
unwise bsoauss they eneouraae 
avarice, and avarice perverte truw 
and right. 

"Playing the OanM" always ap- 
peals and brings out the best in 
our Canadians, without legal pen- 
alties. WILLIAM BARTON 
ll.MX>. No. 1.. Royal Oak, B.C., May 

33. int. 

(IVK SERVICF, BY-LAW 
Sir.— Your editorial should be suf- 
flclent to explain the action of the 
council, but may I tie allowed to ex- 
plain my aeUons on the question. 

In fairness to the two aldermen 
who took a stand against ths oeun- 
ell's method to evade the by-law, 
vis.. Aldermen Williams and Lltd»> 
field. Alderman Litchfield put the 
following question to the city solici- 
tor 

"la It a point of fundamental Brit- 
ish law that an act b te existence 
tin repealed?" 

City Solicitor— Most certainly. 

Mr. Litchfield— Does It apiriy to 
the statutes and civic by-lawt 

City Solicitor— Most certainly. ' 

Mr. utchfield then acked the city 
solicitor, Is the Qvle Servlee By- 
Law stlU a bona Ada by-Mw of thU 
city?" ^ 

Otty Solicitor— It is. 

This was dealing with the follow- 
ing letter read at the ceunell. and in 
the face of this the Mayor and al- 
dermen smiled and put the letter on 
file 

"flentlemen Mr ap;K)lnlment of 
Assistant City Clrrk 

"I am In receipt of ropy of the 
solicitors reply, and appieriatr the 
stand taken by him. It clearly 8how.<t 
that the council has not only broken | Euphrates 
a by-law ol the dty. but also Sec. 
178 of the Muntolpal Aet. for ta the 
by-law It statss, 'tbs oeonott eaob 
year shaU, not, "may." end the 
Mualelpal Aet statss. 'and such by- 
IswB Shan oomc Into foroe and bs 
binding on aU persons'." 

Why the eouncll should want a 
sollcltar's advice on this I faU to 
understand The clause in the so- 
llrltor"s letter \\/ . the artlon of the 
council In tiiroing down the new by- 
law on .'.eroiid readmst i during 1838 
by the same founclli might be con- 
strued to lie a repiidlatlon of the 
original By-Law No. 3417, which 
probably explains the faUure of the 
eouncU o( lOM to take torttasr ae- 
tion. 

Ibb OMgr be a kindly aet of your 
sMIsliar to eoior im the aotlon or 
Iba aanant eounell. but ta me It 
wetIM apoe*! 



appear there was erenr Mtls- 



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nay be pneored at lbs 
News Stand of 
A Cos, Oaferd 



BBITAIN IN INDIA 

Sir,— It has often been said that 
the dlsasteni^ lu Afghanistan. In 1842, 
culniii..;: ;:, :he e',a<'uaUon and 
retreat from Kabul, plus the lying 
rumors spread in every bazaar In 
India durUig the Orlmean War, of 
supposed dlsasterslb VIBib troops, 
were contributory eauees ef the 
Great Indian Mutiny. 

Bver staee the conclusion of the 
late war, the British Raj has been 
baefel||f doom a long corridor whose 
exit Is dB the sea, and it must be 
apparent to all who take an mteiest 
Iji India tliat at some [vilm of lime, 
rapidly approachiiiK the British 
Raj must ftght or be thrown back 
Into the sea whence l^ came. 

That the mdlan politicians, who 
so vociferously doauuid their inde- 
pendence, believe for a moment that 
Oreat Britain will evacuate ilndia 
Is taiGredlble, ebe they wouM keep 
My eane VngSsh- 
man think so. Why should he? 
And oooM Oreat Britain evacuate 
India even If she wants to? Why 
should Oreat Britain commit such 
an enormity? And Oandhl, like so 
many others before him. Is finding 
that It Is far easrler to rai.s«> a starm 
than to ride it. In fact he has al- 
ready been thrown over by the ex- 
tremists, but "he who Is embarked 
with the devil must make the pas- 
sase with hkn," and the laU of 
aandM wOl be tetersstteg. \if 
The reply ol the eeoretary of Oie 
AU India Mdelem Oonferenoe to 
Gandhi oM be read in The London 
Times, aao Is a good sample of In- 
dian polemics. Alif Bey a wcll- 
known Mohammedan gentleman of 
Lucknow, in a speech says 

"Almost half the population of In- 
dia is being treated wf>rse than ani- 
mals by the so-called higher classes. 
This orthodox element of India, 
which Is inimical to national Inter- 
ests, consists not only of Hindus, but 
also of Moslems. 8«aeh Moaleaw sea 
only Moslsms te name and ad- 
drees. UatondiabiUty, caste Infeil- 
orlty and distlaotioas of wealth are 
still enrrsnt te their practices, and 
that Is why India cannot get free- 
dom. Real SwarsJ df>es not ccuislst 
of ^oclal oppression My mission Is 
only to bring out s revolution In 
their anarchtstlc ideas and> to con- 
vince them that It Is not the Inno- 
cent Brtti-shers. but those Indians 
who perpetuate uiequality, that de- 
serve to bs made the target of their 
bullets." 

Hopver, God rules, and not 
Msssll. BanuMor MaoOonaM and 

Oandhl, and that Is «ur comfort 
during this time of change and 
chaos in India, The mlgh'y Qhen- 
glx Khan had a glimpse of this 
truth when fie rode Into the market 
square at Bokhara, mounted the ros- 
trum, and told the people it was a 
mistake to n^nkp the pilgrimage to 
Mecca, ■'}•■ i • power of Heaven 
Is not in one place alone but m 
every corner of the e^rth." 

Why Is Mr. Ohandi being brought 
to Lottdonr Why gbw him a flcU- 
tleus importaaeer Lord wmingdoa 
ean give him the proper answer. 
The AU-lndte WaMeail Oonferenoe. 
at Karaohi has SBOianded net only 
Indian Independence, with Indian 
control of army, finances, and for- 
eign affairs, but complete India 
commercial and social equality 
iwhirh they deny to the.i ow i p' > 
pie I with Britons Where do we 
come In? Cut the cable.s between 
India and Simla, and keep them out 
for six months, at tlic end ef whlaii 
period India would be as quiet as 
Brttish Columbia, and pe^c wou.d 
be saying, wba Is OhwdhlT Tbe 
lesion Is te London and not te 
Simla. 

But ss an old seMier and student 

of war. the que.stlon which Inteiests 
me mostly Is can Oreat Britain 
evacuate India without f)ghtli\g a 
big war? Would we not be In tbe 
position of Cra.\suR and his ten le- 
gions, who. weighed down by their 
.-ims falnllnR with heat and thirst, 
had to cross those sixty miles of 
desert and plain which exiended 
from the hills of Carrhae to the' 
Surrounded en all sides 
by the parthlaa mounted baomsw 
they were shot to gleoes. 

Now, imagta* fsr a nMment the 
signal tasteg givsp for the evaeua- 
tte el Ibe Itodlan frontier; that the 
BMda ftaj had been subsUtuted for 
tbe British RaJ. it would be the 
signal for war and rape all over In- 
dia. In our front hosts of the finest 
skirmishers and Bgbt troooa In the 
world today; bebM aik laBoajs cut 
and chaos 
I TVo centuries of warfare In th'- 
Ea«t have Uught vu that It is far 
, easier to advance than to retreat ; 
I that It Is e«.ster to get Int' a . ,un- 
I try than to get out of It • his 
Is the time to say plain »oro, tn 
India. Meanwhile, lying tongue* In 
the basaars an dotng their work 
emettvely. and dally the preirttge of 
the white man u aecping away, tin 
the end is armed rebeflMn. 

However, wc have a doty to Ibdte 
and win do It, X 
"the 

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Summer Furniture 

Vour lequireinent of the moment may be kome- 
thiAf inexpensive for tiio Snrnmer home you aro 
outfitting, or furniture of finer quality for a sun- 
room which has to bo rafurm&hed. Come to 
Woil0r*8 and see how obmfrtetely your noodoi 
. hove been anticipated a^d huw economically you 
can do your furnishing at this store of bettor 
valuoo. 

. WEILER'S 

Complete House Furnishers 
Oovommeat Street EaUblithod 1M2 



OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 



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BUILD UP YOUK SYSILM 

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ANDREW MACK. ACTOR. 
PASSES IN NEW YORK 




BATWDa. N.Y.. May a ^At*).— 
MnSwm Maek. aetor. died at his 
bsAe late last night after a five 
weeks' nfieiw He was sfxty-three 

years oH arul Imd bf-fn on the stJVKf 
for thirty years, most ol them *lth 
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Aa long as music's veless 

Kerp ringing In niy eSTS, 
I can forget the trial* 

Tliat, else. miKtit brlnf OM 
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Oliul rhoiiiKefi of Bong. 

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ffor Meet is he who joumejrs 

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»r»aai TBa Oalbr anuafe Co4— Ii4 af May H. IM) 

Mrarr VtSarS kaa ffa;iiaS emntrM af tba NaaUMrn FaeISc RaUroad. Thta ta 
l«nUm<»oTii ta dalavHia for a Imia Oma th* bvlldlna mt a branrh to ruaat 
moarut rh* tvTinlnua will b* at Portlan« far many raof* 

nu t/»onaM Tlll»T flatl? <trn.»i rtport whl»h haa r#«*ntlir ipr^ad about 
that h» I* to l**v« lb* dominion Oo**riir«*fii 

Advir** froir B) Vincani auu that th* d*utl* no»* boon tae»lT»d thara 
of ta« aiaaalar to tha Briiiak Oooa-af'Var Dataral. ViNcb «M Mawn up pA 
SanSy Faiat. in tha StraiM of Matanan, tnvalrtna tha laaa of 141 Mvaa Thata 
aara t«a •xp<«ata*ia. lha Srit a«4>paaad ta ha«« tn»»n th* buratint af a kOOOff 
Mas la aan<1«ralna tM water Thr aaeand waa in th* forward maaaiiaa. Iltip 
r*mt want down baa faraaMal. in *tahi faoiaaM af watar. la throa aitastaa. 
anS aaihtaa waa aaaa af4ar th* M<>ood txpilppmm asaapt a f*w pUaka Tl.a 
■ttrvlTafa aaaaS OmIt gaaa hp laaaputa nv u ba ar S althr th* flrat »aploaian Thar 
raaraad Pr bahta ftani aaJIInt t* •*)« a«d fran th* ?eaht at tha BMhep 
of lb* PatklaaS l^iMU. Caaaiandant Srana htmaad Ihrawh a parthala. and 
waa Ufcaa tnm OM watar mO HSMataS Sv Sot 
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IK DATI.Y COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. ?\T1 R!>A^ 



M.\\' 2,v 




MAN'S DEATH 
. WASACCIDENI 

^ Tragic Story of Sudden De- 
mise of Ernest Kemp 
TfM Jury 



the Brliioh ColunbU 
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AQcUmUl 4wtb WM Um verdict 
irttimd ywlatfar ^ * ooroiMr's 
Jory vHdMT Dr. K a n 
Into the ctrCTinwHinwi 
the nklden pMrtny on WcdnMday 
momlnf of Bmett Kemp, forty* 
four, «n employee of the Pioneer 
rtand and Gravel conuitn'v, Albert 
Hra<1 'ItiP liHjuMl w<i held at 
McCull Hrotherj. I-'uneidl Hoint- 

riejjortlng for work Wf-diit-.sdav 
morning, Mr. Kemp apptMud to i" 
In the best of spirlLs and kikhI 
health, evidence ahowed. Alter 
doing some vork by hlmaelf he 
jolDcd oUmt «mi>loyMs ot tba cam- 
pMiy vko mn mMtttaf tbe 
wlurf. WM drlvtaic atHm into 
pilM. akottt eight f«Bt abovs the 
beach, and remained at the tqp of 
the wharf while his fellow workmen 

UUAIW PE^LUAJit NOI8K 

fM Itl— fton of Mmattiliif 
bdnf vnot ww ivlMn wmiam 
nett, wtM jnm wmmafnt for a pUe 

below the stringers on whlob 
was working, heard a peculiar 
which, he sftld. aounded like a man 
gargllHK Ills throat. Looking up, 
Ilei: IijuMil Keinp.s body Imhk 
acra ^ 6ume stringers, with blood 
pouring from Mm m 
showed. 

With the foreman and 
worker* Xtett rucbed up the itrtnc- 
«n and movwi the body of Kemp 
to the vwMmp BeMfegfr trtMra tt 
WM diwoHnd ttMt tiM MM mi 

dead. 

Questioned hf Dr.- S. C. Wut. cor- 
oner, Mr. c nirigif plai-.t f'ifman, 
said that Mr. Kemp could not have 
fallen more fltaA thi iMfUl 9t kk 
fwii body. ^ 

Corr oborating tbO CVMVMe of Mr 

Blogg. Mr. Ilett ililed ttmi blood 
had triflfcled from Ito imd^ mmi'i 




FeferoFt ^^BMM$iI 

After Lon^'Tinip 
Residence Here 



J"hji (Jrant, wb(j«e death iKxiirreil 
heir re.-emly. was acoiUlMUOUa rp!,!- 
deiii .,r Vii.lorla for twenty-four 
y«?d.is, vkiih the exception of three 
years ovei.scas. On first arrlvtog 
here he umsUfA « nlDor poritlon 
with tho MMp iSSSTb 

Power .Ca, mtmA a& apprentloe- 
■hlp aa a ttMaaa. and graduaUy 
woited hie way up^ until he was ap- 
pointed Une superintendent Mr. 
Orant was born In aSti1.'< :i, .'^ ..t- 
land, and wa.s cdu.aU'c! in hVlin 

burgh At the Hge nf MXlecii the 
.^[>lr^ of wanilerlu.st Ux)k jVks.sr .sloii 
ol hi.fii, aiKl he travp'-d Di.-.iuKh 
diflereiit pai tjs d! h\iru|M fhiiiilN ar- 
Mvllig In Ctuiadii ;n \\\r yeai ItfOti 
Making but a brief .May m Kisterii 
Canada and the Frit;.- Ic.-,, he ttrrive<l 
In Victoria, early In \9Q1. His rapid 
rise with the B.C. electric was due 
mainly to tale ablUty aad faUhfHl- 
noM to hlf duties and to aU alike he 
waa kaowa ae "Jack." In January, 
1911. he Hpied up with the <7th 
Battalion, left « March 24. reached 
France the following August, and 
was in actha aervka wttt' tbe 
Armistice. 

Hp wa.s an artiv*' nifnilji i ;ii the 
Knlght,s of fythlft.^ ,ui<i Ihe Ma.s^ailc 
Craft, and wMkcd his way thiiiugh 
llie various (leg! ('<•.., of the lH'i4-r Uj 
the .Shilne and wa.s une of the 
founder.s of the (ii/,>'n Temijle Hand. 
Like niajiy of th'- adventurous 
spirits of the Old Land, he had a 
musical strain in his tconpenunent 
and took a deep and aUdlnff Inter- 
eet In tbe aaeeHi of the ^and. Ws 
^ 4eath was a shock to his 
, . friends in social and buslneaa 
circles, and tlM depth of their 
esteem for him was shown by the 
wealth of beautiful flowers, nm.sii 
and attendance at the last rites. 
HU men.wrv w:;: lui- iong wltll thOSe 
who kii' -J. hiiii :;iMni,i>ly. 

Nearly 500 auto !ru( k.^ and buses 
will be used to rarrv pilgrims to 
and Medina en the nsatt aa» 



Soviets Honor Lenin on May Day 




INQUIRY TO BE 
UOflJIN DEATH 

Body of Accident Victim 
Was Buried in Wilds of 
Chilcotin Ar^a 



Insl rui t loius weie Ls-sued b\ t h<" 
! Attoiiiev ( ieiiera) .s Depar tuienl \i's- 
j terda\ (or full )nve.stHi;u t.lon m'o Ihe 
death of Antoinc Mellangei a pro6- 
{wctor, «ho, aitdrdlMg to informa- 
tion In the hands of the Provincial 
PoUoe, was aceldent^ly shot and 
klUad near CUlea Laha. ta the cnill- 



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N solid phalanx and martial array, with bands blaring and crimson banners waving, thousands of the 
soldiery and . itizcnry of the Soviet Republic assembled in Red Square b Moscow on May Day to ob 
serve the annual day of ceiebratton of Communism. Leain't iMpceeelTe tomb can be seen in ttie Jeit back- 
ground with tlie hordee of the Ked em^lra earroandinc it at atfff atteattan. 



OeoTfe Ouay. of Marine Drive, 

Vancouver, has Informed the police 
of the details of the affair. Ouay, 
with two tompanlor«, Peter Laugon 
and Dan Be.-vseKc biul'-d Ihe body 

! of the pri '.^iwclor o*lnj{ to <\\v dlf- 

j flcult> of biin'^uig It oul 

I The latalilv ti>i>k piare a: ft .'iiot 

I far leinoved from ti n ii-,po! i ;i ' i n 
the police party 'Ahirli left lor the 
scene taking .several days to reach 
the place where the remains lie 
burled, "nie body will be exhumed 
and an Innmrt held, on the in- 
stni pllene of Um Atteraey-Oeneral's 
Department. 

Only meagre details of Oia atfMr 
have been reported, pendlnff the 
return of the poUee detail that has 
gOM to Hm 



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Regent 
Pumps 

FOR Xaii JUNE BRIDJ 



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649 Yatwtt QMdtafSM 
iWRBKB MOST PtfOP|«B TKADBi 




Obitttary 



i Iteieral of WU- 
liam Martin Walten, who passed 

away in IhLs city on May 19, was 
held on Friday afternrHin from the 
,>arlor.s of the 8 .) ('uiry & SOn 
f-ilneral Home Kev F W McKln- 
non conducted llie service in the 
(jresence of many fnends. Included 
amoog the oiKa,iiizatiuii^ .-st.'nding 
nowers were ofBcers and members 
Of the Britannia Branch. Canadian 

^l^KnaneE^^lol^^^Si^i^^mr 



The Soremost among 

All fMMiUlge IMMM 



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Society; Lodge PrltKess Alexander. 
Daughters of irngland. and David 

Spencer^td. Th*- followmR. repre- 
senting various orKaiu/ation. were 
i)if.s< n! T B Dempster, pr.-.sident 
Britannia I^ranch, Canadian 
';ion. Mis I) Sheret. pre.su.lpnl 
Woman's Auxiliary, Britannia 
Branch. B.E.8.L nnd Mr.s. A. E. 
Hall, also Mrs. J. Bumoun, secre- 
tary, the Victoria Cornish Assooia- 
tion. During the senrloe the hymns. 
"Abide With Me- and "There Is No 
Night lliare" were sung by lifrs. 
DowelL Interment was made in the 
Royal Oak Burial Park with the 
following members of Britannia 
1 ting as pallbearers: T 
' ri>r ' w. Armstrong, B. Martin. A. 
'■vioiams^ T. a MoOtt aM P. A. 
Holder. 



NEW HOMES AKE 
BEING ERECTED 

Additional Buildings Arp in 
Progress m Municipality 
of Oak Bay 



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Brown lab«l Sala4a 70m a lb 



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MARKET 

SPECIALS 

Today and 
Wednesday 




MAY— The funeral of Lillian 
violet May took place yesterday 
afternoon at l :30 from the Thomson 
Sc fMtetiy Funeral Home. Rer. 
Oaaon A. S. deL^ Nunns oOdatlng. 
Mbiky frtends attended tbe service, 
and the casket was hidden beneath 
a profusion of floral tributes. The 
following were pallbf^iirpr s : c H. 
Chft.ston, Ernest PaikT H a May 
■ ui!! H H I'ilhott 1 f,!f riiKMif was 
made In the Koynl Oalc Burial Park. 

LOW — The death occiu-red yester- 
day of Philip W. Low, aged twenty- 
two years, a resident of Vlctmla for 
the pa.st nine years, lately residing 
at laog QomexmmA street The 
retnaina are npnlnt ftt the Thom- 
son * Fetterly Funeral Home, from 
where, the funeral wfll take place 
on Tuesday al S o^ohMlL 

H(X:KIN0— There pa.wd away 
yesterday at the family residence, 
577 Tor ■ , ■ 'reet. Mrs. Ethel Jane 
Hrxkii ii Bf.rn In Redruth, Corn- 
wu:: } ; . 'and, the laip Mr.s. Hock- 
iiiK to this city twenty-two 

ypars > from Butte, Montana. She 
leaves three nephews, J. C. Hocking. 
583 Toronto Street; W. R. Hfiriring 
and T. 3. Hocking, of Oeattle. The 
remains are resting at the pstflors 
of the 8. J. Curry * Ion Funeral 
Home. AnnouneenMut 4C funeral 
wlU be made later. 



Listed in our dasaified 
MCllM' N«k as today arc 
WBAsing 1«lues in fresh 
lOMdlif • grown products. 
SMMa. vaffotablaa. plants, 

flower ' fr,r Wrd- 

day and i>aturday aell- 
iae at th« Market. Raad 
the classified section fot 
apaciala at the Market. 
tmmnd dirtct to tbo coa- 



be« classified section No. 63 
daily for lilting of poultr 
UTeatock and suppUca. 

art offered 




7n 



stock, table Mrd^ 
the enMfl 



nam Yam CiMtiM 
Adi to EmpiM 4114 



PnTHRSWMnie nmalns of 
John AUNd Fetlersen. who p&ued 
away ki t&ls cMy en May 31. are re- 
poshig at Haywawl's B C. P\ineral 

'"hr\p»'i, from where the funeral will 
'ake place thlt afternoon, at 3 15 
' lock Rev. F. w. McKlnnon will 
ufiiclate. Interment will be made 
in Royal Oak Burial Park. 

ECCLES— The funeral of Robert 
Eccles will take place from Hay- 
ward's B C Punrral Chapel this aft- 
ernoon, at 2 orlock Rev. Canon 
fhadw.rk will officiate Interment 
will be made In Roiin Bay Cemetery. 

SAUNDFR.S Thomas Saunders, a 
former re'irfrnt of Victoria for many 
years, pa.ssed away on Wednesday 
In Vancouver, where he had resided 
for the last year, at the aie oC aev> 
enty-six years. He Is survived by 
a niece. Mrs. R H. Moore, to Van- 
couTor. and one sister, nlecea and 
nephews hi England. The remninR 
will arrive In this dty this afternoon 
and win repose at the Bands Fu- 
neral Chapel until Tueaday after- 
noon art .1 m orlock. when the fu- 
neral .set vice will be held and the 
remains will be laid to rest In the 
family plot , at Ro.s.s Bay Cemetery. 

PYNN The death occurred yes- 
terday mornlnir. at the Jubilee Hos- 
pital, of Mr.-^ Victoria Anne Pynn, 
widow of Capt. John Pynn. She was 
bom In Newfoundland sixty •nine 
years ago. and had been a rcald*nt 
of victoria for thtrty-two yearsT and 
Is MiTYlvod by three sons and two 
d^htefa^ Mr. WUHaa J., of Victor 
Street; Altfln, of Anyox; Cecil, of 
Seattle: Mrs. A. Harri-wn, of Pnrbe.^ 
Street, and Mrs. E. Kenaham. of 
rrall. RC The funeral .'<rrvl<-p will 
take place thU nftemoDn. at 3 :»0 
oclock. from the .sands Funeral 
Chapel. Rnd the remains wUl be laid 
to re.M. In the faatfly plot al Moss 

Bay Cemetery 

STONE The funeral of Mrs Alice 
Stone will take plar- this afternoon, 
at 2 o clock, from the Sands Funeral 
Chapel Rev. O. L. Jull %wUl of- 
ficiate, and the rsaaalM wUl be laid 
to 

Park. 



TIM 

'buildlng.s in Oak Hii v tr.iii.i. .p.-ility 
i continues unabated. Among the lat- 
jest permits Issued In the mtmldpal 

offlre Is one for a SlX-rooni bungajow 
at an eetlmated OOet of $3,000. This 
Is being bum by A. W. B. JSnes on 
Anostmuf ATwme. Be Is afactlnf It 
for hhnsHf . 

A. V. Price \r constructing a new 
home to cost $.3,350 on Bearli Urlve 
at the corner of RadclifTc I^ne. The 
house will have five rooms and Ls 
being con.strurtrd by D .J Cowprr 

Tliere are a number of other new 
b\nl.liiit-. ! : which j)erniit.s have 
been taken out which are of small 
size and In a number of instances 
additions are being made to exist- 
ing ^ 



Great Army of Mice 
I) r i V e s Settlers tmd 
Workerg k rom Home* 

ADILAXDB. AW.. May 92 (AF)^ 
Mice In numbers wMd) confound 
the Imagination are reported from 
Central Australia, particularly along 

the Transau.stralinn Rat'w.i' set- 
tlers and workers have been driven 
from their homes by thH great jrey 
army, irtiich la moving westward. 

MAN DROPS DEAD 

WHILE AT WORK 

Believed to have been tlie victim 
of a heart attack. Herbert Cook 
son, tUtj, of 803 Heywood Avenue, 
collapaed while at work yeeterdey 
afternoon and died ahaart Imtantty. 
Dr. Oerdon Kenning waa caMed and 
prenooneed Hf e extinct After being 
notified, Dr c. E. Hart, dty coroner, 
gave permission for removal of the 
body to Haywards BC Funeral 
Parlors. No Inquest will be held. 

.Al, the time of hl.s death Mr. 
Cookson was engaged In constnic- 
tlco work at King George Terrace. 



TWO ARctym 

FOR 610 SCHOOL 



Thirty-two thousand boxe.? of cut 
flowen are being shipped from 



H. Savage aad M. C 
Flaa Carey 
tare far SaaalSh 



Flans for the central high ."^chrv)! 
to be bu)U on Carey Road by the 
Saanlch (>chool Hoard, will b«' 
drawn up by Hubert Savugc. a r l 
BA. and K. C. Clarkson. members 
of the boerd decided at a meeting 
baU^al^ JM^ Oak. Tlie appoint- 
ment was made after Interrtewlng 
the sueeeasful appUeants. and also 
K. B. Sporgln. Oraham Johnson and 
W J Semeyii 

The board hfcs In mind an ex- 
penditure of $.'>0.nOO for the ."^hool, 
the largest of tbe three to be built, 
foUowlng the passUig of the $«S,000 
by-law at the poUs recently. All 
appUaanti fsr the work advised the 
board that. A «as doubtful U an 
aadltorlum eouia be taeluded in the 
plans for the propoeed expradlture 
of $60,000. The trustees desire to 
secure eight classroom.^, a laboratory, 
a commercial room, teachers' rn<,in<; 
the u.sual lavafi)i v at>d hun Ihm 'i : i 
room ftn'ortitiiniiiit Inn lii'' untci 
heat Ing df.d !■»! 'IwhkI flm.i •. Tvi.'.iep- 
Brlggs favored doing away with one 
of the classrooms rather than be 
without an andltotluak 
AB tta aWllnaii glalad ttat utt 



prices for frame construction were 
much lower than those In effect two 
ylears ago. A frame building would 
coat between $5,000 and $0,000 a 
room, according to the finish and 
equipoient Inftillitisn Ptame- 
stuooo eenetcnBtlon wouU mean an 
increaee of IB per cent to the oost. 
while brlek woi^ aoet ane-thlnl 
above the stucco. 

Ten ier-. for the t^: iir -t $!i nxMi 
of dt bi iu.ire.s will ()<• op* nt tl on 
June 4 at 3 och« k Reeve William 
Crouch Informed th<' tx)ard by letter 
ciiHiiinan F V Hobbs, of tfais board 

oX trustees, was named to rsnreeent 
the beard at the openMafCMdera. 




'I 



Mi('h(tel lui^lr Is 
I rrvd on i Juir^e 

Of Manslaugkter 



VAIVCQUVXR. May 32 (OP)/— 
Michael Hagle was freed of a man- 

slaijKhter charge In police court 

todHN i'l.:' '.viir si-r.: 'o !h'.! for thlitv 

day.s on u second charge, that of 
being drunk aUle iD elWii Of an 

automobile 

The cliaikf". 11.1' isc out of an acci- 
dent at Fourth Avenue and Gran- 
ville street at 1:15 a.m. on Satur- 
day, when sn automobile, in charge 

ul Kagle, cradled thtO a ItON fTont. 

B. Asseroir, a passs ng e r . was killed 
and three others Injured. 

At a coroner's InaueeC others In 
the car gave evidence to the effect 
that Asseroff had seized the .•steer- 
ing wheel of the car and pushed 
down the aoeeliraier Jwa before 

the cra&h. 

City Prosecutor W M Mr Kav 
said that in view of thl^ e\t.lence 
he wouli' -I'.K • ■ hf !i 1 i' .'.^ I'll '.I •.with- 
draw the man.slaughter charge. 
Magistrate H. C. Shaw consented, 
after which Eagle pleaded gtUlty to 
the second tdiarta aad waa een- 
tenoed to jafl. 

BARRISTER IS ACQUITTED 

BURNA13Y. May 23 (CPK^A. O 
Hodgson, Vancouver barrl.ster, wa.s 
acquitted of a charge of smuggling 
i:<i'i<.r to Harry Portler, a prisoner 
In OakaJla prison, by Magistrate 
Harry Johnston, of New 
Jtanabgr pellet 



NOTICE 

AU members of the tUUOM. an 
reques t ed to meet next Sunday are- 
ning. May K at the comer of Manr 
and Henry Strecte at 7 o'clock tor 
the purpoee of attending Divine 
Benrlee at St. Paul's Presbyterian 

Church 'Victoria West), ItOtCatlt 
B.C., In full recuiia 

(aipnad) Bro p L,. MOORE, 
Secretay, HJtOJ. 

SOVIETS OIVEN 

OIL mmii 

Spain to PurohaM Its Sup- 
ply From Russia tar 
Throo Yoars 



Br luuea x. fortb 
(Conrrlsht. ISSI. br The ~ 



MADIIID, May tt.— Despite the 

handicap of not havlnf diplomatic 
relations t^lth the Soviet Union, 
Minister of Finance Indaleclo Prleto 
ha5 yr,i\f inta hariMia vMli^ tiM 

Ru.s.slun."i 

Honor Prieto ajinnninced yester- 
day that Campsa, huge Spanish oU 
company enjoying a state uiouupuly,' 
had reached an agreement wlUt 
• Nafta, a Russian sjmdleate, whereby 
the latter wlU luraleh eadustfaly 
the petroleam aeate eC tto eMry. 
TtM acoord runs for three yean and 
the primary ooodltlaB guaranteea 
that should diplomatic relations 
with the Sovfets be resumed in the 
future, the latter agree to Invest 
20 per cent of their total amount 
of sale.s In the purchase Of 9gual0k 
manufactured goods. 

By the pre.vnt agreement, accord* 
Ing to Senor Prleto, the country 
saves about $30,000,000, a.i conn)ared 
with other trleimlal egre«aiea(ta 
made during the .Nipi aC tba 
monarchy. 



Bonduras taaa Jnel 
roQulrlag life and 
eonpanies to make laifg 
In ttie eountry. 



a lav 




DVANCCD 



Tbel i^P of emy 

Frigidairc is a 

porcelaiu'lopped table! 





I with oolftwo hands find the broad, 
1 top of tha Friflddra a vary 

real Me^fiog a doaeo times every dsj. 

I ood on \tn WIT into s Frigidaire and 
food on iu way out need not be juggled, 
or tip^dbad, or ia coat aolao dy parkad oa 
the dialaat kitchen table ... the flat ezpansa 

of ^nowv pon eliin aff>p the Frigidalpa 
makes such a per ice t sr- ••■.^v:^ 

It ia aa idpal place tu put piping hot 
t hing a Bat giMsId ba coalad off kgCara 

the V » re ex poted to low tempcratnres ... a 
spiaodid 



few foods that need not b« refrigersta^ 
Aad ooAt nf ■ h oc or cold, gmoot^ ot 
scrstchy — can in any way scar or m% r dat 

lifelong IiMtre of its 
lain-oo-stecl hnish. 



A ooaveniendy iat. ooeocombered sewiag i 
aeple ana alAaiwty ami I insiniiafPHgiA 

aire Advanced Rcfrigcradoo. There are oiaaf 
Ills I 



adoa S0 



t aad 
■all 



ProwUnaU iMWiberman 
Smtctunhg at Wkmipeg 

wiNNmo. May 33 (OP).-^ohn 
c. jHan r afe. froa slneot haMfceimsn. 
ralhragr giadNl oMlraelar and 
' dMa. dM today, aged 
-ttva. Be was a resident e< 



/ I H M S U i 1 f }\ J 
I HE f I K t n .\ S f K 



THE NEW AU WHITE PORCELAIN-ON-STEEL FRiGIDAlRES All SOlO WITH 



A 3 YEAR COMPLETE GUARANTll 



PROVINCIAL DISTRIBUTOKt: JOHN H. REDDEN A CO.. LTD^ VANCOUVER 

TliOMAS PLIMLLY, LIU 



1010 YolM tlfoal, Vicioria, B.C. 



lafamd Diatrihutom') 



r. -i«t 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA'. B.C SATURL 



WIN nilST AID 
CEHIFICATEIi 

Students at Normal School 
Take Courses Under St. 
' John AmtHJianoe 



Yestcrdaf aitmiooii c«rtlfleatM 
WtTf i)rps<»nte<l to llie 150 fitudenU 
ki atu iidani p at the Provincial Noc- 
tud Actoooi b«r«, auttoofrtilac tham 
to IMlW UM Of lint 

•(. John Ambuluiet 
AS tbe yoonc tftlbmt In 
I St tha NenMl Behool tMk 
duiinv tbm Urm ndar 
glreo bjr Dr. A. B. Kad- 
of tMa dty. hfrnoiwy tlQ»«pnil- 

tnt of th>> nriti.sh OohMMa OOancll 
thp Mfioclatlon. 

'riif presentation waa made by Dr 
Hufl.soii. who addressed the cla,s.s 
upon the unportance of the course 
they hfd taken and th« mdfi 
of balDf abto at all tliiMa to 
flnt Aid In earn or nead. 

Oolanal Loom Drum, OAK. alialr- 
wma of tiM BrttMi OokinUa axecu- 
tlva. IMio was alio prw e nt. spoke 
briaflSr* and A. J. Dallaln, the hon- 
orarr weratonr of tba aasodatlon. 
spoke oa ttt Wk flf tiM 
tlon 

III' mxMthl eaadldatas tn 

',1 (ilO'A.S ■ 

MaiKiW! BfKg Aiitlri im Olr.e 
Helen Aiiderlon. Albert Kdinond An- 
KriKDon. Helen Beran, Muriel Ohve 
Black more. 



I den. UoraUur Manarrt JBimiuL Daa- 



)AV, .MAY 23, 1931 




Murijil ,MMr 
I BataafMK HiUlilna MNf" 



Katharine 
Btiabeth 

Helen Cumlnct. WBnltlmUm Mary 
Carpenter. Nesta JHIaa Cart«r. 

Charles Hert>erl Chrlatopher. Joseph 

nioinaji t'hiibra, AlaLhea I,<>n»a* 

ClaKue, ixmglas Gobbetl, Anthony 

C'-obuA. WliirUfred IX>rU Coleman. 

ICthel (itiue f oltliorp. Nancy Annus 

(;ralK, Eila Harel Crelghton. Mary 

Ml NellaKB I>avl.s. Horace Fiichard 

I)ttW!>Qii, V'erna Coiutjuice Dawson, 

Howard Frank Denton. EUUabeth 

DuMoul. HoMklle DuMoot* fiballa 

Dwyer. AUce May Bcclea. Mif Bd- 

moQd. Walter Henry Kmaa, Rutb 

BiMNr Bvwau. nagbt amatt rar- 
4Mfeir. Akmiar nmHon. 

Allw Ifaitarat Vtynn. WlUlam Burt 

Promeon. Phyllis Kate Olbson. Jolin 
, Jamce Alexander GlUatt, Alice 
I Stewart ffoddarri. Mary EN-elyn 
Ooodwln. Ktfderlc Oeorge Oreen 
Kathleen Oreenway, Ciarth tiiimihs, 
Patricia Maude Orlmmond, liudolph 
Peter M Ouidl. Ciorrion WUliaxii 
Hall. Marvjarel Winning Hall, llim- 
land liankln Hanna. NorrU Hai •■ 
W'kkI. Helen Gtrtrude Helbe, Edgai 
Elliott Hewer, David Murray Ho- 
sartli. vumer Holm. Paulina Broo- 
•ttfei. Mady i»yth Hughaa. BaMl 
Xrana suUa. Brian stbal Hum- 
phrayi. Amaa Btobard Burford. 
Katblaen BUn^ath Isabel Hysop, 
Clara SUda Johnson. Evelyn Gladys 
Johnjston. lyoma Roberta .Ji hn.ston, 
Margaret Alice Jones, Grace Kehoe. 
William <'ampben Kennedy. Eliza- 
beth Hobcrla Knby, Eleanor Fran- ' W.ilsii. Mir!! 
ees Kirkhani, Jes.samine Lauder, Ed- l-ioyd (ieorgf 
Kiir I c(<-Warner Ruth LevUs Norah 
I.ynn ChrL-^tlna Jane MacCrininion, 
Chiri.stlne .Artii Macdonald, Kath- 
leen Mae MacFarlaiie. Catherine 

Irene Mar.Tnnls, 



ta Mav MrCfcll Hiittv Ifrfjaltitm 

John Mccartaay, ~VlorauM ifary 
Mcciure. Balan Mmtm lleOhira, 
Margaret Brta MeOonnachla. Anne 
MeOurdy. Ortce May McDowell, 
Allan John McKetule. Elisabeth 
Catherine MrMllL^ii. Margaret Alice 
McPhee, Nora Oeraidlne Mackie 
Mary Nalda Catherine A«nes Man- 
ning I.-,aljel Dorothy Marru n, Uuby 
Viola Martin Ha/.el Mathcr.s Miu 
Raj-el .Matthew."., Kii;hlecn Foy 
Miles, Helen Mc(i^k•hrL^t Miller, 
Isabella MacI>>naUl Moii , l.sabel 
Morbey, BartMra Murchie, Cather- 
ine Murray. Beasle Agnes Newham. 
Adeline Nlcolettl, Vietflr Mtantaldl. 
Archie WUUam Murphy. 



mm 




Holiday Specials 

STORE CLbtED MONDAY, MAY 25 



THpbana 
lay. ftad Bdward Parsons. Ohrte- 

tlne Partridge. Emmellne Hen- 
rlette A. Paulsen. May PoUard. 
Kethleen MIy Porter. Zelmii Purdy. 
Hranch I>aniel Quayle, Lima Grare 
Habhitt, Adarn Koberl.son, Mmnle 
Violet H()f!. HeptiinUfl Henry Hyall, 
1 Marcella Marion Sanford. Elizabeth 
j MacU'iin Sharp. Cirace Marie 
I hhult/, Florence Hiriuwon. Robert 
Spearman. Aniic Veronlc* Staples, 
Edith fJernice Stephens. Oladys 
LUUan Stipe. Gladys WmA Btoodlay, 
Marjorla Mlth Button, JMMi Ollver 
Swaa. OraM Swttt» Plorsnee Louiae 
l^ennantk WlUtom Oaoma Tippett, 
Dftvld Bowlmn TnUy. Oaorge An- 
thony 7>miar. Wlnnlfred Maude 
vines, ■aaaor Mae Waikei, c>«orKe 

Curtis L. Wallach. Evelyn Ix.ui.-^e 
Wallace. Gladys Walls olive Ruth 
HhiwixhJ Watchorn, 
Watkin.-. May Web 1 
vt^-r Wlllrisl (ieniyc Wcb.ster. Dora 
Periy While l\nn Wlward Whyman, 
Jean Kleanur Wood. Oralnger Gil- 
bert Yard. 



NEJ I &weja.t^tji ADVERTISE 

STAK SHINES 
AT Am 



CoimcU Meela Tu H tm T ba next 

meeting o< the OUgr OonncU win b- 

at 4 



held on 



o 'clock. Moiid«r 



Betty Nuttiall Flashes Great 
Form in French Tour- 
nament 

VAN RYN AND LOTT 

^ REMAIN IN TOURNEY 



Te Advertise City— Tlte Vtotorla 

and Island Publicity Bureau Is sub- 
mitting to the Canadian I'lavlus 
Card Company scene.s to tie ixsed on 
the back.% of playing card.s which 
are produced by the coinjjauy. 



tha 



Appm-lated Miude— Throwh 
courtesy oi ciifl. Denham. the 

J5l Vtatortn Bigh Behool 
Qirls- OBOfr. vhft delighted the 
aemtais oC tt» XIimbIi Club with 
tbdr ainslav m l^nraday. wiu be 
guests of the manaMiNnt M 
Capitol Theatre today. " 



UOMEMIJCISjo^ 



Chamber of Commerce Wi 
Set Out Advantages of 
NttlorMi ManufactuTM 



AUTEUIL, I-YHiice, May 33 (AP). 
MLss Betty NuthaU. Brtttab tnmis 
stAr. who holds tha itoflaa oham- 
pionship ot tha Uattad Btotes. 
served a tvo-fold Tletery In the 
Ftaoeh hard court title niatches here 
today, winning in the mixed dou- 
bles and the w(j;nen',s doubles 

Mlas Nut hall and her partner. P. 
D Spf'nce of .South Africa, raced 
tlirough U-e quarter- finals to defeat 
Jean Borotra, I'lench ace, and Miss 
Klizabeth R\aii. California girl, who 
iiiake.s her home in I»ndon. Tlie 
(ore.-, weif y « 6-;i, H. W. (Bunny) i stores 



Home-Cooked Meats for Lunches and Sandwiches, Cooling 
Drinki, Frtih FruHs and Vdaey Bh c ulto 



Clark'i Praparad Spaghetti— 
jMtheatit Mb. tins....lO# 

Libby's Stuffed OHvaa, picnic 
M7e 2 bottles 35f 

Korean Daap-Saa Crab Meat, 
J4-Ib. tint, S for 45f^ 

Hall's or DeltB Mtoor Sand- 
wich Chickan, per tin ^..XH^ 



Grantham's Lime Juice Cor- 

l:ir:-c Lottie 29< 

Nabob Pure Lemon Juice, hot- 
tie makes 20 glasses ....25^ 

i-i- 47< 

Ea^ie Lobster, y^-lb. tins, 32^^ 
C. St B. Vinagar (our own bot- 

Uing). large bottle 18f 



Larf:r GiasH Mixta|; Bowl aftd largt paidnt XdUn Rood Fine 

35< 



Cake Flour for 



Peception 

jam. 4-11 



Choice 

1. tin 



Strawher! V 



.Mill 



Tiny 



Australian Dessert Apricots, 
htrfest tins S5^ 



Sardines. 2 

2Bt 

Libby's (Canadian Pack) Pork 
and Beana, 18-oz. ti :\ 

for 



REPORTS DISCOVERY 
OF TREATMENT FOR 
PERNICIOUS ANAEMIA 

TORONTO. May 22 — Penilcion.s 
anaemia, until a few yeai.s ago one 
of the nukst hopeless of Incurable 
di ,t ,i f.s can now be succes.sfully 
treated by dietetic means. Dr. E. J. 
Maltby. of the University of To- 
ronto, reported to the Royal Society 
of Canada today 

"The disease is now In nearly all 
ca^es amenable to dletatla traatotent 
In which llv^r or liver extract plays 
a large part." Dr. lUltby said, '^t 
has bee n found tha half-dlgastad 
ctntents of the ininnai lnunan 
stomach, after a meal of lean meat 
ha.s been taken, when fed to a 
niitii'nt .sufTerhiK from pernlnou.s 
iuiacinla, will bring about an 
increase in hLs pniductlon of red 
blood cells, with consequent amelio- 
ration of the disease." 



Austin and Mis Shcpherd-Ilarroii, 

Briti:ih duo, defeated the Piench- 
Oerman cornblnatlon Of ^Thllstlan 

Boussus and Cilly Unseam. 7-5. e-a. 

Paired with Mrs. BUan Bennett- 
WhltUnfstaU in the women's dou- 
bles. Ntithall played a large 
part in the overcomuig of iik 
French -Spa nl.sh team of Mmr 
Mathf nil!! .Scii'.rila Dr ,A!v,iic/,. 
7-5. 6-3 In the nnali tii<> Hiiu.sh 
l-air cii' ounter Mi.vs Ryan nud fr.iu- 
icln Aiisseni, who today disposed of 

Mii:c Jiil;K IItMr<,tUl Mid JOS- 
arnic .siKai t. H-4. 

I 'l'.ii Van K\n an<i (ieorge Lott, 
United States players, sailed through 
their opening singles matches with- 
out being seriously aactanded. Lott 
romped to victory over Andre Plal oi 
ftan oa.J>.l. T- a, jrtdie Van Ryn 
wee ^ipeslng of another Rvneh^ 
man. Rene.Vleilard. 8-fl, s-3, 6-3. 

In tentorrow's doubles semi-final 
round. liOtt and Van Rvn. favorite ' 
are paired against the British com- 

b!r.:,':: n of MM Om mt L a 

CoUliw. 
.Play in the 

tomorrow. 



Annual Meetlnj Srt 1 he Junior 
Chamber of Conunercc ha.s .-.et its 
annual uieetlnK for next 'injursday 
at noon, when a luncheon will be 
served in connection wUh the UMet- 

ing Alderman w. T. Stoattb irtli 
ad^ess the meetlm en tiM plrftoin 

Claea fer Holiday— AH offices at 

the Legl.-.lative BuildinK'.-. vmII b.- 
clo.sed Oil Mondnv. thai day being 
observed a.s a holiday hv I KuninK.))! 
statute owing to .May 2i fulluiK on a 
Sunday thi.s year. Lujuor vendor 
thruughuut the provlooe wUl 



Chamber of Ooaw n e r ee wlU 
rery aariatanea to the local 

branch uf tlx- Canadian Manufac- 
turers' AssociaUoa at the national 
gathering of that body which Is be- 

the i Ing held here in t)ie fir. t day.-, of 
I June The first of the , onimitli cs 
, from the cliamber to ge; undei hhv 
onnectUin Ls the Canadian 
KiDup, of whic^ Vkank 



In this t 
product s 
Pai ti idK< 

Thi 
for 1 1 

of ( anadian-made 



Is iiie chairman. 
< omiiiittec is planning now 
taking of a good ahowlng 
goods to the I 



windows of tha stores haee while the 
convention la to prefNaa. Ibere 
wiu be dleplayed eerdi ef vartous 

types eetttaf fevth tbe advantages ' 

. . 




also remain closed on Mond^Tt 
cials of the board 



On Way to Vlesina-^ R. Bur- 
gess, ef New Plymouth. n.Z., was a 
traveler by the Ni.iKara. whi( U 

reached here Thuisday fiom the 
Aiitipode.s \ir and Harry J. CJuthrie. 

of Dinif'din. N 7, , both of thcni 

!>: '■"ii:i< I,: 111 H^'i u v. are i,n Ilicii 

way !«i attend the international 
(.'athering of the BotaMane to 
Vienna this Sununer. 



Just Roamin' Around 



TO IMPROVE OHAPBL 

The B.C. Funeral Company has 
awarded a contract to Luney Broth- 
ers for tha maktag ef extensive al- 
teratloiu to the ehapel and premises 

of"" - 



L06 ANGELES. May 22 (AP).— 
David Clark, former Deputy Dis- 
trict Attorne\', .-iouKhi m connection 
with the slaying here yesterday of 
Charles H. Crawford. poHtlrlan, 
and Hsibert i^anoer, editor, sur- 
rendered at 11:10 otlook last night 
to DIatrlet Attomer Bwen fHto at 
the tatter's ~ 



■Ibe task of 
d i s man tl ing tbe aeaffoiding which 
has been ueed to the construction 
of the tower which stands on the 
Imperial Oil service sUtlon site, op- 
posite the PostofUce, Is In progreas 
by the contractors, Parflft Bron 
The finishing touches on the sta- 
tion are being carried out and wlth- 
Ing a few days It will be ready for 
u». The tower U iiiiBMf llsil by a 
powerful searchlight, whloh win be 
~ to the direettat «( ahwaft. 




<«id*. 



0» 



9A 



^*t< 



Demonstration ot Hcinr Products — All Lines at Reduced Pr 



lies 



Smpreaa Pure Vanilla and 
Lemon, 4k>i. bottla 

Shelled Walnuta, large frrsh 

halves, lb 38< | 



Toilet Tissue, 8 rolla to packet Per packet - 



Blue Ribbon Tea. lb lo^r 

S lbs. f 1.30 

Braid's Fresh Vacuum-Pack 
CofTec. l-lb. tins 42< 





Radio Broad castings 

Sundays Programme 



(47S.1 



■ > 



Picnic Basketa, reg. $1.75. for f 1^; reg. $iJ5. for 90^ 

Chocolate Lady Plngera, etrictly fresh, regular 35c lb., for 27t 



Ormond's Crfaa Crackers. 

large packfit 18^ 

OnaoiMl'a Gftger Snapc. fresh 

and ferfap. Special, 2 lbs. 

for 27 f 

Fresh Chocolate Cmms, a real 

holiday apecial. Reg. 40c lb. 

for 25^ 



Chocolate Fudge, fresh 

Special, W) 

S lbs. for 



inaiic 
35< 



Turkish Delight, fresh made. 
Regular 3dc lb., for 

Assorted Fmtt Dropi^ regular 
2Sc lb.f for M>M..>..........^^.,X8^ 



ORANGE SPECIAL 

M# doeen; B deten 

BB# dosen; 3 dozen- 

dozen; B dozen 



Fraah CfAaa Piao- 
applea, aach — 



35c 



Imperial 

for 



Valley Orapefmit 



Fresh Rhubarb, • lbs. 

fVeaii Cealatoapae, each.. 

JgiJDatoe, 3 ii.- 
Nswtown V^pin Apples. 4 II 



at 6 

BO* 

25< 



Heli^se Tomatoes,' 

)ier lb 



25c 



Nice Juicy Lemons, dozen 9Kt 

and 15r 

Fresh Roasted Peanuts, lb.~... lOc 
Fresh Cii r aa ri bii ^ ' each......... inr 

and _ 10< 

Florida Qrapefroit. each 14<» 

G inger in Syrup. jar.BB^ a nd 15<* 

Good Local Potatoes, 
lO lbs 

Per sack 



II: 



Rois Mastatm** 
aMM fas- 



procramme 

Wlnnlpfi. 



(ttln) 

(rom 



rort 



II 1!K>k) 



15c 



New Potatoes, •* lbs. 
Fresh Spinach, 5 ]l,s. for. 
Fresh Green Peas, lb 



15* 



Fme Spring Cabbate, eaeh.„ ■# 

Local Head Lettuce, each 10^ 

Fresh Bunch Carreto 10# 



Fresh Made Fraser Valley ^Oja 
Creamery Butter, per lb.v£C 

^ y for 90^ 

Smoked Cottage Rolls, lb 24*^ 

PiUclw Umck ToBgu% sliced. 

per lb „..S5* 

Bstra Choice Home-Cooked Ham. 

sliced, per lb 43»«* 

Corned Beef ({or deli Clous .^aii l 
wicliet). sliced, per lb apo 



Ptoeet Fresh Made Alberto 
Creatoery Butter, per lb. fc^U 
B lbs, for . mnf 

Smoked Pichk ihmns. per Ih... 19<* 
Very Mild Cheese, per 11. 'iO^ 
Peanut Butter. 2 ; ' • 25* 
Mdd Sugar-Cured Breakfast Bacon. 



Re. 



epf ion 



per Ih 

Mayonnaise, 



8-oz. 



•raoAL-r 



.25* 



lb. Can of Crisco 
Mixing Bowl 



85c 



I CFCT. VIetorU. B.C 

I «:«0 (.m.— -aoed Morning '• 
t.'i ■.in.- T mely Topics. Dr. Davlu. 

I •::o r.m.- -Reqiiect mudc uatU nooa, 
) tr:00 noon— Half- hour procramai*. 

; 6 O*) I' m T ir ; un'.#t Hovr 

7 00 p Ml - I. lull' diid PopuUr Hour. 
; 11 00 p.m.— Requeii dance proaramma. 

CKWK. V aaasawr. B.C. <«iata) 

4-90 to S 30 p m - Rfcordlnti. 
.■i 30 to « 00 p m Music 
)l 00 to 6 30 p ni - Borland procnUBM. 
(1 JO to 7:1,* p m.— Studio procramme. 
7 15 to 1:30 p m.— Uncla Jerry's safclir 
club. 
10 to 13 00 p.m 
• Land o' ^ 
13:00 tn 1:00 
ture. 

CNRV. VaneoaMT, 

7 OO p m I>flnce 
'■.!rry Hotel 

N.B.C.-KGO. San FranclKo (37».S 
S:SO a.m. C°ro5'cut« ct th* day 
S:SS a.m.--Dedicafon ol Cornell War Me- 
aMrtal from New York. 

10:eO a.m. — National Farm and Home Hourc 

10 30 a m - Woman * Macaslne of the AlZ. 

II 30 em — Orran recital. Paul Canaa. 
12 r> p ni Parltlc Feature Hour. 

! 00 p m Orchestra 
3 00 p.m.- The Hishroad of Adventura. 
3:11 p.m.— Blaek and OoM 
S:0o p.m.— Vocal ealolsta 
3 n p ni T.awi thai eafeavefd 
3 30 p m -nite of tbe GoMSatea 
3 4j p m.— Plckard Pamll?. 
4:00 p.m.— Newt service 
«:IS p.m.— Radlotron rarletlet. 
4.M p.m.— The FMBar ISaa. 
•:«e p.m.-<l«ianl nMltla hour. 
< 00 p m —Lucky etrike orchestra. 
1 n p m oiimara Olreiu. 
7:1$ p m — Ralntr Mokay lean. 
T:iO p.m.— WalUr Mraar. 'eaUUt. 
1:U p m.— Le« 8. ItoberU. pUmlat: Paul 

Oarion. onanlet: eueit vocaliit. 
S:Oe p.m —Bluebird Melodlee. 

• SO p m — Lofner and Harris. 
» 00 p m n Sldelo Minstrels. 

S 10 p m -\ssorlated Spot lU lit Revue. 

11 lo 13 mirtnlirht Dsru-e orthrstra, 
RJR. Seattle, Wash. (WW.lm; »7Afe) 

• 00 a m — Morninc devotlonals 
9:15 a m -Geneva Brown, soprano. 

• :S0 a m -Orant Merrill, piano 

t:4ft a m -Olive Reirnolds. blues slneer. 
10:00 a.m.— Homer Sweetman. tenor. 
10:U aoa. — Robert Moneen, tenor 
10:M a.m. — Tba lladla Boy Frtandt. 
11:00 a.m. ' ' 
11:40 • 



Wash. (32.V9BI KOk) 
of CornoU War 



OBNUINE^SPRINO LAMB,^ 
CHfCKt, iQUABb 
NEW SOUTH WALM LAMB— 

ShotiMers, lb. ... tS^ 

Ix)m.<, lb. 

T-eR-s, Ilv IS* 

YOUNG N.S.W. MUTTON— 

Shoulders, lb. ........ 11* 

Loins, lb. 

I^BSj lbw „ I ,„„ 



T-"Ke RabWte, eack_». 'M4 

Squahs. eacTJ BO^ 

Broilers J ll.s. trerafe, "Ib^'dB^ 

Heavy Fowl, lb. _BB* 

Light Fowl, lb...>„^ 91^ 

Calves* Uver, ih .15* 

5?* ••uwn. « lbs 45* 

Side Pork. Ih is^ 



BOASTING CHICKEN, FlYINO 
AMD BOILING FOWL 

OKNUINB SPRmO LAMft- 

Shoulders, lb. SB< 

Ufs. lb. — , ^ ■ay 

LOCAL FALL LAHB-> 

Shxiil.Iprs. Ih 95* 

f-'-Kv II' _ 85* 

Stewing Lamb. 'Ji IKs 25* 

CHOICE MILK-FED VEAL— 
.Shoulders, IK »...«:............._. 18^ 

Rumps, lb. - , , , , _ . ^4 
Lego, lb. 



Fresh FiUcted Cod, 
B fhv for 



CHOICE QUALITY 

Pot Roasts, II) lO* 

n.nlii.K Beef. Ih 8* 

Rolled Roasu, lb,BO# and 194 
Knmp Roasts, lb....BB^ and 



04gl Bosa Maa. 



13:S0 p.m.— Organ Concert. 
1:00 ».aL-^i(ar8baU BaM. loaar. 

1:18 p.m.— Ortan Concert. 

1:30 pm Di-ij-hters of American r.jvo 

lilt lull Talk 
1 45 p Ml Robert Monacn. tenor. 
2:00 pm Mardl Graa. 
3 00 p m i;nr1e Frank. 
4:00 p n. MetroDOlltan Hour. 
5 00 p m — Horarr Sweetman. tenor. 
5:1S p.m. — Aviation procramau. 
S:S0 p.m.— Lafear Talk. 
8:se p.m.— Garden Talk. 
8:00 p.m. — Sports Review. 

• :18 p m — Uncle Jerry 

• :I0 p.m.— The Amber Qod. 
7:00 p.m.— The Blue MuddJOM. 
7 IS p.m. — The Red Topi. 
7:30 p.m.— Travel Talk 

7:4S p.m. — Northwest Noveay 
•:0O p.m.— "Brita Stina. ' 
8:18 p.m.— BaadUnaa aad 
8:30 p.m.— Blchtean Faat 0t 
8:48 p.m Esther Pearea. 
8:00 p.m Turkei K ErentatO 
10:00 p m.-~Ken Stuart. 

10 30 pm— Bmora Vlaeaat. 

Mohrmaa. plane. 
11:00 p m Dance Orchestra. 
11:48 p m Wie^tllne Bouts 
1 IS a m ' MIdnlghl. Revellers 
KOMO. Keattle 

9:00 a.m.— Dedication 
Mamertal. 

10:00 a.m.— N B C. 
1130 a m — Vocal Recital 
11:45 a.m. — Prudence Penny 
13:00 noon— Tuneful Talk. 
13:18 p.m.— N.B.O. 

1:00 p.m.— Orehaatra aad TooaUsU. 

1:00 pm— Variety ~ 
3:00 p.m.— Vocal 
3:18 p.m.— N.B.C. 
3:30 p.m.— Orehaatra 
4:18 to 11 p.m.— ir.B.O 
11:00 p.m -News Flashes 

11 10 p m —Dance Orchestra. 
13:00 midntcht— Orsan RaaltaL 

KVI. Taeoma. toaoh,' |l 
8:00 a.m.— C.B.B. 
10:00 a.m.— Jfid 
11:00 a.m.— C B.B. 
13:00 nnon riarden Talk. 

12 15 p ni Walkslhnn 
13:30 to 4:15 p.m. -C. B.C. 

4:M p.Piw— Waftataan. 

4:M p.m.— Kaaerdlasa. 

4 :48 p.m.— O B 8. 

5 00 P m — Atlantle 6He 
5:30 p.m. — C.B.8. 
7 15 p m.— Artker Vrm'S 
7 so p m.— C B.e. 
9 00 p m Merrymakers 
9 SO p m Tom Cienin s Orrhestra. 

10.00 p m.— Auditorium Orcheatra. 
10:00 p.m.— Walkathea. 
11:00 p.aa.— Barl Burta^tt a Orobostra. 



Arraaga Outing— The Vancouver 

Lsland Jersey Association has com- 
pleted arrangements for the annual 
membership outing which will be 
held on Tuesday, May 26. iTie party 
will leave the Dominion Hotel at 8 
o'clock on Tuesday morning and 
will tour to the Xxperlmental Farm 
at Sklney for hmch. Various herds 
to the district win be visited and a 
totoqiHt win to heM to the eventag 
at the Chalet, Deep Cove. On May 
27 the party will tour the Islands 
and on May 28 will go to Sooke and 
Oowtehaa. 



Reserves neeiruon C'hai ie.s Mc- 
Kenzle, chai ned with the thelt of an 
automobile, went on trial yesterday 
morning before Judge P. 8. Lamp- 
man in the County Court. After 
hearing the evidence Judge Lamp- 
man re5ierved his dedsloa until 
10:30 this morning. M'^wswiyt^ ig 
leged to have taken possssslon of an 
automobile pwfced on Douglas Street 
and to have bean aeen by two young 
women who were the chief witnesses 
for the Crown. The case hinged on 
ldentlfleath»9 and McKenzie. who 
conducted his own case, maintained 
he was not In the vicinity of Doug- 
las Street at the time the theft oc- 
curred and produced witnes.ses to 
support hLs alibi The case took up 
a greater portion of the morning 
session of the couft. E. E. Woottoo 
Crown counaeL 



NIGHT CLUB QUEEN 
OF ENGLAND AGAIN 
IS SENT TO JAIL 



Saturdays Programme 



Vlatatia, B.C. («1S.tm> 

1S:N a.m^Tha Watah Tevar. 
10:41 a.m.— abort precramaae. 

11 :00 a.m.— Ohrlat Church Cathedral 
8:30 p m.— "Sabbath Vespers." 
1:0e p.m. — Sunday Bvealne Oonetrt. 
t:W PJB^-Christ Ctaarab Cathedral. 
S:SS PJB. — Thirty-mlnnte prearammc. 
0:SO p.m. — "Tha Periacope Hour." 
CKWX. TaMaaver, B.C. < 410.7m) 

8:IS p.m.^Btltlab*IaiMl laetwa. 
0:SS p.m.— "Ka 



lS:aS p.m.— Orsaa 



Paei OBraon 



25c 



Fresh Young Red Satoien 
whole or half fish, lb. 



15c 



H. O. KIRKHAM & CO.. 

•12 Fort Street • 



LTD. 



•eisi 
assBi 



Olad She Took Neighbour's Advice 




Dodd » KIdoey Pill, Halp»d AcKlng B«:k 

"I Ii.tI auch a 
<OTi!i| hardly 
writen 
Ont 



terrible lama back that I 
•tfaighfen myeelf up," 
Mti .Stanley Jackson. Plainfield, 
«'lvned hy a neighbour to 
try Dodd t Kidney Pillo. wUch I did. 
and wat greaUy relieved, s« BBW I recom- 
mer»d them to «U my friends." 

n>. .nrv I i .l. ■ i MBBady all txrm O^a^ 

,Z,Z Z l^'l' "I''? w-nW hare 



41 p.m.— oapltol noatre 

M»c-K«e (aiShaBt 

0:01 a.*.— Laa ai aabortat 

eraanist. 

9:00 a a — National Oratorio Boclety. 
10:00 a.m.— Deems Tarlor. Mualcal Barlaa. 
ie:as aJB^Blbla Storlaa. 
tO:ie a.M; — Teait n>amara. 
11 no a m — Natlmial Touth Conference 

on noon Dr 8 Parkeit Tstliiisn 
11:00 noon— Dave Roaebrook aad htS band 

I 00 p.m.— Natieaal Veapera. 

3:00 p.m/— Tha Taaahanda. 

3:00 P4M. — Catholic hour. 

S:Oe pja.— CM ataaer-a Memortaa 

«rSO pm— aCMcal MMdaT 

4:18 p.m. — Oooliar's Radio 
4:80 p.m. — Piano PIcturea. 
8:00 p.m.— BlU of Melody. 
8:18 pm.— Concert Jemala. 
8 18 p.nk^Tho OeatMltea. 
4 30 p ■ ealaa aaahaaiia 
R u p m — Bwtday at Bath Parkar't. 

l^ p ni Heel Rntter Harmonies, 
a I ■ » lira orehe^t r a 
p m Carnatlov Cootented hmir 

'> aa pm. Ifasialaar Baaaflt conrer' 
aa p.at.— Ohasa Si ehnhara proarami 
* ta p m - The Reader'a Onldo. 
' on p m Fuinlsy Nieht ("nneert. 
: I no p IT1 Paul Carson, onaalaS. 

relaaiMa Br»ad«Be4tae KNtoB 
« 44 a m.-- French Trio. 
» 30 a m.- OTctr Trail 
n 00 aja.— Ann Leal. oeaaaM., 
' 30 a m ginaS feSBt. 
' ao a m a^ mplwl a Wmn wttk 

Seldel. violinist 
' «<i no<»»-Calhe<irBt hour 
' 80 p.m.>-Th« wrorM^ Bi 
VIS »Bi<-»a>_,_ ... 
vie9.m.e-Plano Pala. 

1 Sa p m —The 

4 00 p m nerlla. nrxica and Dorl<>rs" 

4 IS r I -■' . • her S»anee 

M 




8:30 p.m. — Oraham-Palge hour. 
8:00 p.m.— RoTal'B Foat tlw 
8:80 p.m.— J^rtuna ButMon. 
4 45 p m — Btar Reverie* 
7 on p m -Continental flirinc OiietleMa 
7.30 p.m.— Around the tlamoTar. 
8:00 PJB.— Quiet HarmaMOB. 
8:80 p.m.— Ann Leaf, onraalst. ' 

KJB. KealUe, Waah. (Saa.lmi 8Nk> 
8:00 a m —Mary from ProclOr'a 
10:00 a m — InUrnaUaaSBl 

AsaoelaUen. 
10 IS am. — Oraan. 

It 00 a m — Northweat Oaneari Titp. 

13 00 nnon- Hl-Steppers' Oref 
I 00 p ni Wnrds and Muala. 
1.00 p m.— Anaus Knaembte. 
1:80 pm ■ehina wtH ef 
3:00 p.a, ' 
1:80 p.m.^Vaael 

S.os p.m.^-otsM8 esassf^ astop Hiuaa. 

worth. 

3:10 P.m.-Obat eM|Ma *aritot(, Mar- 
ahall Bohl and Batty Andersen, duo. 

4 30 p m —Boar Flneers 

5 00 p m -Las Petltes Uas^uea drama. 
8:30 p m — North 
8:00 p.m.— Plflpt 

arUsU. 

7 80 p.m -Pearl Da m pa oi 'a 
I 00 p m -Damakl'a orehaatra. 

» 00 p m -Tucker s Bverstate band 

10 00 p ni Lyrlr trio 

11 00 pm The MldolSht 
KOMO. .Seattle. 

8 00 a m.— J4 B C. 
0:80 a.m.— Oraaa 

10:00 aja.— H.B.g. 
11:00 aja.-Pllerlm Conai 
1S:I0 pjH.- N R c 
0 80 p m.— ^tberiine Mincers. 
8 48 p m. —■Cello reclUI 
10:00 p.m.— Kaffee Ra« Hiimber Hour, 
10:80 P.B.— Oaocert orchestra. 
KVI. TMMia. Waah. (104 

t 00 am— O.B 8 

8:18 a.m etndin procraMBi 

8:80 a m r R n 
1:00 pm KiiiidaT StmririBO. 
S.-eO p.m^ — Record inca 
tm p.m.— O.B s 
4'I8 am- Rwa-^e* Music. 
4 80 p m r n f 
0:00 r .leue. Cfa 

T' jl '^•■i »: 'enor 
0:SO r ' n ■ 
T:00 p cT> Heccrilinaa 
• pm— Val VieaMa 
10 00 p m - Haae thidt 

'0 ^ :i rr Val Valente s 
, ") ii 1- m WalkaOior 

iu.oo am 



LONDON, May 23 CAP).— FV)r the 
fourth time in tier career as "night 
Club Queen of England," Mrs. Kate 
Meyrldc mother-ln-law of two 
peers, was sent to jaU today tor her 
alleged irregular aotivltlee as a pro- 
feesieitta entertatoer. 

Aoeused of selling liquor at her 
"44 Club" without a licence and of 
permitting unlawful gamlnfi;. .she 
was sentenced to seven montli.<5 at 
hard labor, fined £30 and asacsaed 
£30 court co.sta. 

* Her counsel said she had been 
ruinea by the falling value of her 
ihveetmenta, and ran tbS» night dab 
aa a aeaae to payint her d^jts. 

AntnmnccmcnU 

It seema such a pity that a faoe 

otherwise charming and atttective 
should be marked by disfiguring 
mdes, when they may be removed 
with perfect eafety. There is 
nothing whatever to be afraid of— 
Hanman qever undertakes 
anything she Is unable io perform 
and think how lovely to be free 
of thcml 503 .Say ward Bldg. 

Mastera' Bmwn Health Bread 
dlfTer.s from all others in niitrltlou.'. 
qualities. The youngsters must 
have vltamlne-rich strength -build- 
ing, wholesome fare — retiulrements 
met by this delicious fresh bread. 
Try a loaf today; it is a sua! 

to the klddieer weUaie. 



will you believe It, we are per- 
turbed? However, whether you be- 
lieve It or no*! we are attU perturbed, 
and. aa 9am, %w m if pota it. 
much)y. ' 

WhBst Bevar was meandering 
along the asadd r toniM of Ooodacre 
Lake, I sat and rondnated over four 
epistles received in the past week 
and all addressed to "Two Rovers." 
Three are politely signed by tha 
authors thereof; one. containing no 
leas than three suggestions and one 
fault-finding olauaa, poaNaaed no 
signature, but waa la Oia unwetooiue 
nature ot en aMBymous, bedly 
written, • 

stupid 00! 

aslnlnlty. 

The golden -rosy hues of a glorious 
sunset tinged the placid waters of 
the swan paradise at Beac6n HIU 
Park; the twittering of many happy 
birds, giving vent to their merftosas 
of heart, was alike "^tjnHwia and 
■oothlng; the bahhtt^of some 
saaa children, who were dose by, 
was as delightful as could well be; 
all was peaceful and enjoyable 
Three letters, full of really kind and 
appreciative thoughts, reposed in 
the ln.stde pocket of our double- 
breasted coat; but It was all spoiled 
by that one, Ill-mannered efftis1"ti 
from, maybe a well-aMaaMf Indi- 
vidual, but also from soaseene who 
does not know that anonymous 
e omwunlflatl on s are toboo, bad taste 
and a singularly compteto sign of 
Ignorant, imcultured gMd low- 
browed degeneracy. 

All and any civil communications 
call for similarly civil and courteous 
replies, although even this Simple 
and everyday rule Is oftsn Be4 Ob- 
served by those vtoe shoold know 

*w*?*^*» »^ »° 
epietle that tlw writer thereof did 

not knew enough to sign? ikat Is 
idiy Rover and his Boss are some- 
what perturbed this evening, as we 
browse by the lake in Beacon Hill 
Park and wlaii all writers of un- 
answerable letters were at the bot- 
tom of the lake. 

We strive, as far as possMe. to 
think nice thli^ of en Itese wr 
know and meet, and also, as far as 
peeslble. of those we do not know 
and will, to all probability, never 
meet: but to have any pleasant 
thottghts of anoiivnioiis writers of 
communications Is quite In opposi- 
tion to our very hnaan, ivviBt and 
rotuntng natures. 

It is always possible thiit those 
who faU to answer signed letters, 
civil and eourteoiM letten. simply 
do not ktow eoooib to do so. or 
cannot wrlto; bat It le unbeliev- 
able that there exist any people of 
any culture at all, who do not know 
that to .send an unsigned letter to 
another l.s a breach of good man- 
ners, at lea.'it and stamps them as 
ignorant and mischievous no- 
bodie.v Even U their identity is 
veiiMi, there are gi ve aw ay lto«er- 
marks on aQ eBvaiiDaa and is la 
poastola to teU " aa « 

eane are, after an. 

Love of the setting aun ahaU totag 

An Interval of Joy to hearts 
Distressed o'er any vulgar thing, 

For, when the light of sun departs. 
There are a miUloD stars wwake! 

Why be perturbed, when so ameh 
light- 
Each star reflected to the lake. 

Proclaims that everythioa's— All 
RlghM ' — e *M* 



FletehcrBro 



(vierofviA) 



s. 



1110 Dpuflaa Itrvat 



Week-En d Specials 



Camdy 

WOODLAND OOODIItt 



By special request we are offering 
this spedal agtop this waeh 111 — 
aad freshly made jitH 
ckm. Special, heM f wwd-. 



306 



Bakery 



ALMOND tLICEB 

with 



A delicious pastry 
cake filling and ;> 
icing. Special, 
P«r " 



260 



PIS&— Lemon, Raisin, Apple and 
Spedal, each 



25c 



TMTatoeti 

lUt 



vM AXES 




Caap 



I 



You Owe Yourself Protecticpi Through 

Fire INSURANCE Automobile 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

Suito 7, Metropolitan Building, opposite Postofftaa 

raoNB Eiirats rm 



Early Bathers report warm water 
and delightful sun toithtaff on the 
rodn at Hw Olialet. Deep Oove. An 
inviting tea served op the veranda 
or to ttie warm sunshine in the 
toveir fraande. Just drive 




•fecial at halrdre.ssing 
parlors, David Spencer, Ltd.. 9 till 
10 o'clock; Marcel. 50c; finger wave. 
SOc; shampoo. 35c extra. No ap- 
pOitotaaBls for this special. 



the 
Ask 



Why not lake a cabin on 

24th at Quallruni Bay Cabins? 
for Zita HarrLson. Five 
drive from Victoria. 

TantaHdag Titbits given away at 
Stevenson^ afternoon teas. Free 
cup readings, 3 to S. Ask for 



The Beehive fur Par t,.rv .Sample 
Hat«; children s, 35c. SOc, 85c; 
50c, He, $1JS. No two 

l.>e OM CMdatream 
lar Oronnds open for 
water 



Hotel Popn 

picnics; hot 



Twrnila. 

comblneri 
beautlfi/ 
lee. makr-.. 



BMtlng. Bathfa^ 

^:'h attractive reams, 
' ■>nt. oourteouB eerv- 
A holiday spent at The 
(ThaJef Deep covB. a pleasure to be 
rememtxr-rd Phone Sktoer tV. 




If May 23 1« your blrthd^, the 
be.V, hour.-; for you on this date are 
from noon to 3 p ni . and from 4:40 
p m t.o 8 p m. The 
are from 9 a m. to lltM 
from 9 pjn. to 11:M pjL 

The aatrotoirisal signs of May 33 
Indicate toteltoetaal prafreae and 
some happsniaa that wffl safeguard 
the tatereato of tha plan or under- 
taking which you have moat at 
heart. In the home, there may be 
misunderstanding, which will yield 

to the beneSaaBft laflHMw ar the 

evening , 
A child bom on thi* Itoy _ 

be long-lived and bleeaed with 

terlal success and felicitous retoUon- 
Khlps. It will be far-alghted, well- 
balanced, endowed wtth • kaaa 
Mnae of Justice and Itoee a fraat 
and an abiding tova «ir lb Some 
and kttb and kto. 

a. fw eve active. 
. jad idiy aisa n y and 
have a great aaaaelto for work. No 
matter what field of endeavor you 
enter-^atorayt provided it t« one of 
yowown choice and selection— 
sueeses win. undoubtedlv. be youn, 
as you will bring to bear on your 
efforts clear mlndedneaa. singleneKS 
of purp«jAe and an unconquerable 
determination. NCthing in this 
•ortd wiU mm to you by chaoee 
everything you earn will be the 
result of hard. IndetotlgaMe lehor. 
fiiaplto ef a practical mind. yo<rr 
ta etee a re highly developed 
a hehtoy, jrou m«\ nnri trent 
lygatlgr^ Uwoe U4cU- 




ForBsaatyMUIMIh 

tJaaa 

Therapeutic Lamp 

N'of only helps to restore healih, 
It iK'^ratrs the body. Indis- 
pensable for every home. 
See our display ef Infra-Red 
and Ultra-Vielct Lampa 

liiwkmllUTward,Ild. 

Kiee«rtoal QeaBtv aaS Banriea eiora 
lUl P se s lso ail (Oar. Vla«). 



DON'T R£AD THIS 
Oalaaa yaar fao4 as* Setawtoo ya«. 
O. aUMrly. of Vaaeaarei, write* alMut 
"Maaaa." tbe wonder re^.^ 
cerafc Oalloaaaa aad wart». 
"18 la eery aeaSi n to maiims ■/ 



Vaa. sea Jar, 

STEWART % 



they 
a 

aod 



bom on May 
facalty ef ' 
rare virtue to 
are not taqeleMifel]^ 

weakness eoaMMB la 

women alike 

You. at all times. from 
moods, but are uaualJy careful not 
to tofUct them oo others. Usnally 
quiet and retiring, jreu are 
asserUve wken any altowpl la 
to llieh from pea hcaore or rawaMto 
to wtiidi you eensMar yaanatf an- 
titled. Ten haw % eery lovtog 
nature, and wflB ipip as Meal 
mato and eempenlen for one who 
««ato a eoaetoat, loyal and true 



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Monday 

May 25 

Japanese lea 



free Piciuc Groundt 

And Other 

Attractions 

Take Cart 

With the 
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To the Gorge Terminue 

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UMTEO COMMEIICIAL 
TMVELm TO NAME 
mi LEADERS TODAY 



rte von 



TTLS. May » <Ar> 
delegatM and vt^ 
day attended the opening ...ns 
of tlie thirty Ihlrd annual 

t Ion of the- 'Imt' h -1 f»« I n ■ ' • 1, . 
the f. 

A chaiker 



■yOL. Ir Oeptota 

Vancouver, B.C., 
the 



R B. lieMa.steiH, 
supreme 



wlU 



Wesiitagt' 
aa|i Mti-h coiamfe^ and 
d by Matf ' . tfimter. Vii - 

be clectofi morrow. 



Th)r*v-ooe 



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to Mom 



Freiuh war v<st«rana^ 
i^-ent!v spent four days to London 

Which hoe mede them honor. , 
for theu -i , , . 





THE DAILY COLONIST, VK'ToRIA. IVC S\Tl KUAV. MAY 2.1 1031 



Women's Work and Institutes 



Clubs ancj. 
(Societies 



VlclorU I'urplr M-ii l.iMlKf 

VictorU Purp.- st u i ( > B.A., 
>i« ld a >iMtn— ■ maetuu; oa WednM- 
day mataf at • «^lodi in the 
orance BalL WJI. Ifn. Stiand 
preiMM. «Kh DJI. Mn. ftott M- 
v: tint. Orattfylaff flMOfriM w- 
iMJi US were retunMd and tha aAUa- 
t:nn took place of lln. Quver, from 
Rose of Sharon No. MO. It wm dc- 
ndfd ti) hold a t^irden partv in 
JiiiK' at Mr«. TTuwsdales home, 
with Mrs Baron h.s coiivpiiri and 
final arriiiu'Priipnts will bv made at 
the nex' .s'x uii nict'iuiK ii was aleo 
arranged to hold a moclL aaetloo 
social after tbe next metUnt. vban 
there wlU alio bf a profraaunt. 
The next oMtCiat HOI k« m Wad> 
naedajr, Juna I. 

• • • 

V \V r A rias^ EihlbK 

1 nr .s»-vtial >pars ptust a china 
: : ;ritiinj class htax been conducted at 
ti c Y WC A. under the girls' work 
department. Mm. W. A. WUlls has 
hern the very capable teacher, and 
It if, under her nupervlslon that the 
pupils will hold a display of the 
years work on Tuesday, May M, 
■ 9 o'clock Tea will be 



' • • • 

St Celumba W.A. 

The fortnlRhtly irn-ctUiK of St. 
( 'i i! inilj.i s JiiiiUi! W .^ A ,1 Id 
llili wtick 'I'lif mcmhrrs present 
were .Mai.ci Uodui.ui .Syliii H.hI 
man. Monn Waili.-y I'idith ciaidN 
ncr Myrtif l'l:ixl.>i. K<1ith Scott, 
Evylen Pergu^sun, I'aUsy Olinam and 
TNvor WaUlng. 




CMiklBC MaTaiaj 
A aala of homa eooiBad producu 
will ba hekl tldi maniam under 
the auplees of tta 8t. LmUa Oot- 
;ie«e WCifara Aaaodatiaa. In the 
basetnant of David flpanear. limit- 
ed, witb im. m$ta and Un. Xdurl- 
gan as ao n vanar a . 

Cathedral W.A* 

A silver l*R In aid of the Cathe- 
dral Aft< : ii.Miii Branch of the W A. 
will be held at the residence of Mrs. 
J. H. Hen ton, 1029 Beach Drive 
(south of the Beach Hotel), on 

TOMiqr ant from S to •:># pjft: 
• • < 

Alexandra 01^ Lecture 

Next Wednesday evinuiK M the 
Alexandra Cl\i!), '-omr!!' ocmk h: i 
o'clock, Mr. C L Hiir:i^"n w.i: k^' 
his popular Illustrated .t 'l; 
'Vancouver laland." The event wiU 
be open to tha ganaral yuHla. 

COFFIN CONTAINING 
BODY OF PRINCESS 
LOUISE TRANSFERRED 

EDIMBUROH. BcoUand, May 22 
(CP)^Boma by el<ht of the Duff 
Hlghlandera and aaaortad by elana> 
men In Highland draaa, ttm oottn 
flontnlniM tba body of PiluuaM 
Loolaa (nineaaa Royal) waa today 
placed in the chapel of Mar Lodge, 
near Balmoral, by the side of that 
of her husband, the Duke of Fife 

The Prince-»s Floyai, eldest. s»ster 
of King George, died on January 4 
last, at the age of sixty-three years. 
Bar huaband had died In 1912 



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Meivui .swartaaHa jlartatir 
lakes up work at Ottm. In South' 
ern B.C. Rev. H. J. Aimltaffe, tem- 
pocfolly In oharfa cC 



BRIDAL coitume takrs precedence in fashion world, 
gown of white crepe lomain that display! a monk's scarf, 



(1) The Grecian influence is felt in thii bridal costume worn by Francei Dee. Over a 
n veil of tulle is woin. A wide silver ribbon is cauj^ht OTer the forehead. tar4 
mlnating in a bow at the back. (2) A Juliet cap and flowing veil of shimmering lace arc outatanding fcaturea of thia gorgaeua talMal fftttstinf 
worn by Carman Baraaa. The coetuiae ia carried out in fleah tone* insuad of the traditional tdtita, »a frodr bateg of flani cfeltfoa nna<|nrrtll 
(3) Cm Of tfaa tovaiy aow wodAag fowM ciaatod bv Bovilla, faaUoned of iveriae artificial ailk ▼ahrat and dliplayid ai Sa Drapery SaUbMon, 

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To Ordain 
Deacon on 
Tuesday 



Wed^ngi 



A very quiet wadding took place 

yesterday afternoon at Christ 

Church Cathedrrfl, when Very Rev. 
C. 8. Qualnton, Dean of Columbia, 
united in marriage Miss Dorothy 
I Hartroe, L A B . daughter of Mrs. 
On Whlttuesday morning at lO'BrMv Haitir<<. Lotu.s Avcnur, and 
o'clock the Blahop oi Columbia will Mr Pi nest Hall, son of Mr and 

hold an ordination aerrlce. when . ^Ili'^'Il^J^*"' °^ Denrnan 
„ . , . ^ 1 street. The bride wojre a charming 

, . ."l^ Acheson- ensemble of aquamarine bhw with 

Lyle win be ordained prle.-^t. and natch, aod carried a bOUQuet 

Clar«nce Lee will be ordain^ butterfly nMoa. Ut. WlOam Bata. 
deacon. Rev. C. H. Short, of the 
Anglican Theological Ci^lege. Van- 
couver, will proach tba oydlnatlon 
semoBa 

Itev. A. M. Aehaaon-Lyle Is on the 



is well known in local musical 
circles. Po»ses.<«lnK a beautiful voice, 
she has been heard a great deal on 
local oonoert afeNM and laat year 
woo tha Held laadal and the loae 
~ lii the . Vtotoite lIMeal 



tha brMagreeai't brothar. aetad aa 
beat man. and only taunadlate 
relatives witnessed the ceremony. 
Later in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. 

Hall Ipft for a hrupvmoon at 



Will Pray 
For Heir 
To Throne 



"Hie BritlHi Royal 
on the Davidle Oovanaat," illus- 
tratad by coliHred slides, will be the 



Churcli Fer8onal8 



The foOowtng changaa,ln pastor* 
atea on Vaaoouver laHuid that wlli 
take place on JUiy I were an- 
nouncad in the report of the settle- 

ment committee of the BC Confer- 
ence of the United Churc h at its 
clasint? session. Monday rvening 
Rov V K. CWljrih, nf Moftsc Jaw, 
c(Mu''v to M<M.i i)ii')iiuui Church here, 
with Rev. J. H. A. Warr, a Union 
CoUeg^ graduate, aa assistant and 
dlraetor of raUgloua adocatkn. Dev. 

P. BiQf, of Mlaalon Olty, will 
Bucoaad Rev. F. W. Anderson at St. 
Andrew^ United, Nanaimo, Mr, 
Anderson '.ikw ^ Mr. Bunt's work 
In the I-ra:^ 1 Valley, Rev H. 8. 
Hastings will take charge of the re- 
cently-arranged rural Nanalnio 
flrld. which Includes North and 



lar appdiMmsnt thara. 

Her. D. O. T. Seott, who has sup- 
plied tifea lletrnp.iiifHn pulpit dur- 
ing the past Vfiii !in.s befMi engaged 
to prfMch durliiK the Sunimer by 
several Toionto pii.-jtor.'i. His fuc- 
ce.s.soi at Mr' r '>iii)litHn, ftev K K 
C'huroti, l.s fxpert.ed to begin his 
work on the second Sunday In July. 

Rev. Dr. W. J. SlppreU has ha- 
tumad froaa a tan SMUtlia' toor In 
«ha IMtad ttataa and lorapa and 
wn BPeoaad liar. F. Ohar^ at 
Mooae Jaw. starttof hia mlnlatry 
there on August S. Ba wlU preach 
In Metropolttaa Ob»(dh taamtow 

evening, 

AT UNITY centre" 
QUERY AS TO 
WHAT IS UFE 



OR. A. F. BARTON TO 
PRESENT UNUSUAL 
LESSON LEpTURE 



nr A F Barton xrin speak hi tha 
ProKre.s.stve Thought T%mple, 93S 
Pandora Avawa. tanorrow at 14t 
oeloek. wbtalSftiSgita a Itmm 
laetura In appllad poshokgy on 
"How Jatua Paid Ma OSMa." Tltfa 
la aa vniauai topic and wttl ba 
daaH with In an original manner. 
On TueM!a\ h' h m riooit. Dr. Bar- 
ton will (iiniiiiiie hi^ health lectures, 
his topic on this or ca-sion being 
"How Wrong EaUng Causes DlS- 



. appropriate theme of an address 

staff of Christ Church Cathedral Brentwood Mr. Hall will leave 'o' Empire Day. to be delivered by j 
here, and Olaranoe Lee win Uke! shortly for Venezuela, South Amer- | E. E. Rlchard.s, under the ausplce.s 

charge «C tha Good Hope Mission, I ica. where his bride will Join him of the Brltl.sh-Lvael Federation. , south Wellington. Rev. Jas. Dewar, 

llatar In tha »nmmar ICra. H^ll'The subject, as pre.<ienU'(l > hel,^ y^g^ %,mam tm^mmAtmm «w. %Mam 

I. "speaker from the point of \ifw of" 

prophecy and hi.story. will .«;how HLs 



Victoria. 



opara tt ag tta 



"i7l<' huirr / /«/»/'* 
Ii Spintuiilist 

Temple Subject 

At the Rphltuallst Temple, 1414 
Dougla.s .Street, a dl-vu-s-slon will be 
A. .V. TT •> . . 11 . i^v I held at .) o clock, open to all seekers. 
At the Unity Centre at 11 o clock 1^ ^^ j,^^ evening the speaker wffl 
r...H.„ r..o.» ,.„n ...... ^ ^ ^ ^ WUl falk on 

The Inner Light." Altar tha leotwa 
there wlU be maaiagoa by Mra. Ttatt. 
Mn. W. O. Wffllams win atng. Dooa- 
Uons of flowers for the Sunday aerr- 
lce win be greatly appreclat<^. 

REV. M.RICHARDSON TO 
TALK STEWARDSHIP 



Mrs Gordon Grant will spenk on 
•■Tl.e Voice of Ood." TI.m - tui.iten 
will Ring "T/ivp Lifted Me, t)eln(r 
accornpai ><■■ Mis.s .Smith, At 
7 30 8. Bazell will speak on What 
Is Life?" Miss Boushou will have 
charge of the mualoal programme, 
Tbit Sunday adiool msata at 11 
tmdeg Harold Pratt ttm raot and 
healing hour wlU ba f^ i aad ay 
from 3 to 4 o'clock; on Tharsday at 
4 there will be the musical healing 
.service, and on Th\irsday evening at 
7 4.") the .study cla.';.';: subject Is 
• Nolire' l,st.anre ■■ The ntvui >^ 

perlty service every day for lUteen i 
minutaa. I 



"Stewardship" Is the subject of 
the morning sermon by Rev. M 8 
Rlchard.son In Emmanuel Bapllat 
Church. "The Vision We Naad 
Today la tte ai«nli« 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 



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AOBOM 

1 Electrical untt. 
4. Bentencaa 

J>. Scout 

12. By way of. 

13. Not appropriate. 

14. Situated 

15. To mulct 
17. Conaatiuence 
10 To no axtent. 
20. Hackad. 
ai. Flah. 

a. part or ba." 

34. Iiettad. 
77. Secreted. 
28 Mechanloal #nrlOa. 

29. To filch. 

30. < Hi erwiaa. 

31. Boy 

32. To suppoaa. 

53. Very. 
34. Biscuit. 

36. Auxiliary 

37. Napkin. 
3l.>8alf-«at 
39. Pronoun. 
4». TThlta. 

41. To allure. 

Cow 

4< Pervading Influence. 

V To move vlolMlH^. 

4y A.^v)rlate. ' 

50. Beverage. 

52 Ordinanr*. 

53 Consumed. 

54. rtott of certatai troa. 

55. 1% 



1. 

2. Pronoun, 
a. Bacchante. 
4. Tube. 
6. Numbsf. 
6. About 
7 Faroea. 
i To hida 
IL VataWik 



10. To fastaa. 

11. TI itlnlOBi 
16. Measure. 

18. Victuals. 

20. Son of Noah. 

21, Demonstrates. 

32. King ot Tyre, 

33. To pack. 
35. Partllaspot 
as. Sptaera. 

M. Vahlela. « 
». Brll deed. 
31. Light and flBO. 
33. Conflict. 
35. UnavalUng. 
3fl To grieve. 
.^7 Kxclted actlTltlMb 
3g. Eye. 
40. since. 
43. A siUcata. 

43. RlTUlet 

44. MfaMiml aprli«. 

45. SatWaetcry. 
4d. PruKwn. 

47. Tb bet. 

48. Sheep 
51. To perform. 



Majesty the IClng, the lineal de- 
scendant of David, King of Israel, 
sitting and ruling on the thrana of 
the great Christian AbniMUBle an- 
pire of thaaa days. 

Tlia portrait of Datld. Prineo of 
Wales, tai tha robaa of tha Garter, 
will be placed on the serene, while 
the audience Joins in singing the 
hymn "Ood Bless the Prince of 
Wales." The meeting will be held 
In the Alexandra Club auditorium, 
Campbell Building, Kort and Ddug- 
las Streets, on Monday, May 3ft, at 
8 o'elock. 



TO GIVE TALK 

ON BENTINCK 
ISUND LEPERS 



Work among the lepers on Ben- 
tlnck Lsland will be the subject of 
an addre&.s by Dr. C. P Brown, of 
the William Head Quarantine Sta- 
tion, at the meeting of ttie Victoria 
Auxiliary of the MK'^lnn io Lepers, 
to be held In the Y W C A. nn Tueji- 
day, at 3 o'clock. Kev. George F. 
Cox will lead in the devotlooal part 
of the meeting and will gHa a oiegli 
Bible reading. 

The present aeerotary of tiM auxil- 
iary la lira. B. O. WUdarspin. 92 
Wellington Avwiua, who wffl ba glad 
to give Inforaiation r*^ the 
work of the miarion. 



GOES ON HOLIDAY 



Rev. Dr. Thoraaon, aihiHlar of 
Oorge and Erskine Pre abyta i la n 

Churches, leave.i on Monday for 
Toronto, where he will att^^nd, as 
oommlssloner, the (.fo<i;ii As- 
sembly of the Presbyterian (.'hurch 
In Canada After the ses.slons close. 
Rev. Dr Thomiton goaa pn hoUday 
and will be abseni fMa ~ 
about aU waeka. 



Kitty McKay 

ivntA wiLoax nrmsM 



Time to Paint 



Let Us 

Help lou 
With tlie 
DetuiU 



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F it is several years since your house was 
painted, then you will be interested in the 
expert help we have to offer. Call or telephone 
and we will send an experienced master painter to 
^▼e you an estimate. Furthermore, you will tiot 
only have his guarantee of latiafaction, but our 

Good paint ii just as essential as conscientious 
worVmnnship , . . and we can vouch for both. We 

rrw .1 : itiiriifi Bapro Paint and Vnmi'^b [if iclticts 
!'(•(. iiise tJiry cruitaiti the right inatciials to 
wear and weather. They afe made in Victoria by 
Western Canada's largest firm of paint manufac- 
turers. Bapco products can he relied upon for 
beauty, reliability and painting economy because 

of their kmg-lasi ii^ qualities. 

• -* 

S««n iWugli k k W eoBWiiiiiBt to pay tha wrbdla of tha coat of 

fainting your home now . . . have the work dono aoy w sy and fve 
vHU arran^ a urma to auit yotir cotiraniaaca. 




W thai Masai;. TATBS STREET 

rally datm 

until he freijt a 

t iruui wiiung taati- 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1931 



t 



Social and Pets 




Personals, Parties 

Visitors 



ClMfiw^ PHif* • 

iKitimi.s n; ItiP ftoljcrt UiiMl.s 
MiMkKIi.k C'lui[>tfi tiildge |)Hi!v i>li 
W'tHlne»dii> Thi piizf winneis nt 
thf i'\t Mliii{ were Mi-.s K. Kuttploii. 
Itdlss M. SJoUndei , Mr C. (! Harris 
and Mr. V. Jlobelly. Aiumux h.om' 
tircMOt wer«: MTi. R. 3 M«MlcK- 
tafjMtwid Mn. H. q. Bo lt. Mr. 

■ris JanktaUL Mm Bmlly Andtnon, 
MiM Nora OlbMD. Mrs. Muir. 
V. Brakes, MIm Alma Hill. Mr C 

Olive, Mr. N Tvrr- !! Mi K W.i! 
burton. Mi W .Sl,.uii. Mr c; ^ 
ItiorniMiv Mr V Kubclly, Mr iuhI i 
Ml.-. H»Tb('rt I)n.ve> Mi.s T Ali.ii • 
Mi.v-. (Utiiif AlU'n. Ml.i.s Mtti K'-ifi iU' . 
Sehl, Mr. and Mn. W. WUson, Mi.s I 

whmo. ua. luvtta. mn m. no- 1 
tell. Mm B. MfenMraoB^ MlM w. 
Mi X. *rrtr|rt-Tn. Mlow IL Mid K. 
lUrrit. Mki F. MMmll. MUs M. 

BJoUnd«r. Mln Ifargmret O'Neill. 

Mr r i; H.ii.'i.s, Mljsfi O. Darlo.^. 
Mls.s M ■ ;r.fi .Miv.scs K. and 
Warbiirtdti M; sr , (,' and A Clirow. 
Mlas NT a !(ri..,i. , Mr. L. O'Connor. 
Mr. D M Intosh. Mlu O. Salt- 
manh. Mrs. F. Forrester, Miss Helen 
Ball. Mr. K. Dovnard. Miss K. Nss- 
bttt» IttHf r. KoA U. OUlUand, 

MiiB ntfh lAivitfiiiMar, 
llMrjorlt Browa, Dc 

OtfMTS. 



Arst clam orchestra toMf ttMm cn- 
gavpcl to furnish a ^bVCrMaBM of 
ite Ut««t du)M nun^fn. The 
^•at wfll bdnt W a «Ism Mother 

• • • «• ». 

Is N«w CotiTaJeeeliir 

ThO many frlfunU <.f Mr K A 
Taylor will b» nlad to iPHrj, ttMl 
hi' Ls I I'covtM lng from a M'rioiis 
(jperaUon jm'i Im imd a month hko 
in Naiialnu) HoapiiaJ Mr Tiivlor 
WB.S takrn HI whlk on a buiiin«'.>« 
trip 111) th'- Inland, and Mr.s, ■I'ayior 
has bj^n with hliu Uxtue Uuring his 
Ulneaa.' They hope to return to 
tlMlr tiMiiaMtt^ «i HoMptoa Oeuri 
te aSMT 



Is Patroness of Ball 



r>r and Mks. IPMlty PKvlm. Who 

^ln nd the SumnMr months In Vlc- 

:(>iia rviiy vi-.ir. arc »*;:pecU!d to 
arrivi' hi-ie in xt hYiday from c;al- 
iluinu and will make their home 
with Mrs. £. (i f'rior, St. Charles 

strwt. trntbe nt xi tew vumUm, 

^ * « . 

Leave for the East 

Dr. and Mrs. H O Clemence, 
Faithful Street, will leave tgday for 
, , Toronto and oOim; IHiUgn e|tles. 
^ 1 whan ttey wU vMI M^lttm «nd 
*fri«ndk Tlisy npMk to be away 
nv« or sli «Mhs. 

• * • 

Retam Vyatn South 

Mr.s E M Harrl> and Mlo-s Bcv- 
erloy (iriUit retunii d to Victoria on 
the H.s Kiiuna Alexander this week 
after .spending a short holiday in 
Prantosco. 



B.C. Coast Bris<ide Danre 

Hf-rKcanU of the ( il l! n r' coast 
Brigade (C.A.) will be hosU at a 
dance to be held next Wednesday 
evening In the Armories, Bay Street, 
vlth dancing from 8 to 1 o'clock. A 



ii^^ PAIN ! 

Just a drop c» two of Putnam's 
on any .^ore com and out comes all 
the pain. The corn shrivels up and 
drops off. No scar, no pain, no 
pinr.hlnt from tlgbt shoss. You oan 
dMMO or aaUt la ooaifiart Vm wly 
, Faiasm's Ootb Bilmalar. Batta- 
^ faeUon iwrMitiad. 8oH by dnit- 



TWO OIRLS m 
WALK m MILES 



AqterlmeiMt 



In BdtalB Is 



PUTNAM'S 



■Ith Hoi.inw 



roa tanc 




i aaaSNnM 

Wt Offrr Yon Frnnnmy FvMlMt Tlirawa 

Volumr of BattaMa 
Man'' siill. < If .rif.i «n<l r.'iv'rt ti fM) 



< , 



Kott Always 

Get Value at 

711 Yates Stratt 



M 




ENGLISH PRAMS 

In Srcat vtrlPtT nf «nd roliirn 

Trrm. WllhfMit liil>-,r.l 



10 fHSMlIUil 

n«M aaW •< 



LXVBRPOOU Mar^2 ' i ' > ^ " 
girls are playing an important part 
In a campaign begun by a local 
Xactory to win trade worth |&,ooo,ooo 
fNm fOMBi aMfffcata. And all the 
glrla bava la * la aalk. are 
teatiiv BrtlMi aiaHa taMarab 
hundreds of tkaaaaadf af trtilicb are 
to be put on the aumcet this year. 

Piinc'urtllv at 9 o'clock in l-he 
mornltiR Uie girls report at tlie fac 
tory for duty. They don shoes 
straight from the worita, and 
buckle on a belt to wbkh a padom 
eter to attaohad, meaanrtng ac 
curately the aillaa oovered hf the 
wearer. At 5 o'clock the two re- 
turn and hand In their shoes and 
pedometer. Not until a pair of 
shoes has dona SOO miles is the 
I 1. fioai aMph tt la taken 

passed. 

The general manager of the fac- 
tor7 eqilalned laoentljr thai tt he 
aiMoeeded tn oapturlnt ttaa autftot 
there woold be work tor iMre than 
6,000 more people in Lanoaahirp, 
and trade will be won from Amer> 
lean, FplUlt. German and Trench 
competition who toefc tl laa l year. 

Marriage 
Solemnized 
Ql^ietly 

A aharming wedding leek place 
quIoUr at et Andraw^ Cathedral on 
MoBdajr BMralag wbenAev. Father 
J. M. Oaadatta millad m marriage 
Dorothy Mary Neary. youtSgest; 
daughter of Mr P J Neary, of Los 
Angeles, formerly of Victoria, and of 
tl,r \ntf Mrs. Neary, and Francis M. 
; Mellan. son of Mr. and Mrs. H 
Mellan, of Edmonton. Only imme- 
diate relatives witne.ssed the cere- j 

niony. Given In marriage by iier ' Mrs. DavUl Reed. Mr.^ Moriian. Mr.s 
j father, the bride wore a lovely gown I R'''e. Mr.s A Porter. Mr- Gordon 
of beige lace with a becoming hat of Cook, Mrs. Finlayson, Mrs P. Clarke, 

Mrs. d 




LOIL HONORS 
MEMOiUf OF m 



I^yal Tribute Paid by Krrvkc 
's .SUtur In FarBa* 
OMiit Saaarc 



at 



to be given 



RS. S. F. Tolmie ig one of the patronesses for the ball 

next P'riday evening by the Junior Women's Auxiliary to the 
Jubilee Hospital, to mark the formal opening of the new Beach Hotel, 
Oak Bay. Popular mtcrest has been aroused in Ao event, w^hith will 

feature several most atuactive dance apeolaltlea arranged 
Bdarard Me^tM^ the popalar dbacirisa of ^aaay 



by 



Mrs. 

r 



island Social Notes 



HdLos Bmooe tea 



Under the ttu.?pice.s of the Wo- 
man's Auxiliary to the Chemalnus 
Oeneral HocpltaJ, a very .successful 
bridge drive was held at the rssl- 
dence of Mrs. Cathcsrt. there being 
ten tables in play, with additional 
▼iBltore for tea. m the dlnlBg-Toom 
the deeoratloag of wlitie, muow and 
maava flowtn with a yi^tr table- 
centre ware moat attraatlve, green 
tapers being uaed on the Uble with 
flowers tn enntal bowta. Mrs. 
Southln presided at the coffee um, 
while Mrs. Oathcart poured the tea 
Ttie prl/e Winners for the after- 
noon wer? a,'^ follows: Ledles first 
Mrs J RiL-isel Robinson; .second 
Mrs Lewis Robmson; third, Mrs 
Plnlavson; fourth, Mrs. Ftank El- 
liott. A special lucky prize was 
won by Mrs. R. Clegg. Among those 
preeent were the foUowtpg: lira. 
Catheart. Mrs. a. Work. Mra. F. 
Read. MM. WjPlUe, Mn. N. B. Scott. 
Mti. Southln. Mrs. M. F. Halhed, 
Mrs A. B. Oraig, Mrs. Clegg. Mrs. 
Phillips. Mrs. V. 1 Perry, Mrs. H. E. 
Kninlit Mr.s o c Stevens. Mra. W. 
M AUe.ster. Mus.s nell, MiSS 



Shirley 

Bfrs. S. T. Arden. Bherringham 
Point Rood, has returned to her 
home after apendlng ttuae weeka in 

Victoria. 

Mr. O. laucham. Vtetorta. 9M»t 
a dagr or two here thla weak. 
• • • 

Mr. c Trotter haa ttl ug nai from 

a visit to Seattle. 



W. Newman, Victoria, 
here recentty. 



was 



Mr. and Mrs. W. A B, Nr-vnian, 
and young .son. Billy, of Victoria, who 
have been sixiulinK a few weeks here, 
returned Iv ine a few days ago. 
• • • 

Dr Irene Bastow Hudson paid an 
nfflrial ym ta iUM riMtodI liiia thto 

week. 



coQBidavahIa Intaraat was centred 

upon the mHque eeremony held in 
Parliament Square yesterdav mr ru- 
ing by tlie Imperial Order Daui;h- 
ters of the f:mpire. when floial trib- 
utes were laid at the loot ot the 
statue of Queen Victoria, a large 
number of interested sp.M iiitor;, 
being drawn to tiie scaqe in addition 
to the representatives ol the order. 

The brief daedHeoal aarvko held 
on the steps was oondaeted by Very 
Rev. c. 8. Qualaton. Dean of Oo- 
lumUa. and followed the sinKing of i { 
"O Oanada," the standard i eaiers 
of thirteen chapier.s sLatidii!^: vith 
flags raised in salute to tlic mciiKirs | 
of the great Queen With them i 
were deUchment.s of Oirl (iiUdes. 
Boy Scout.s. Sea CadeU and Ctibs, 
in command of Uieir leaders. 

A inagniticeiit big wreath com- 
pofted of alternate clusters of roses | 
and violas, representing the artistry j 
of Miss Alice Pooley. who "»»»t**^ 
makes thto tribute, waa hanrtad to 
Mrs. OurUa "nTirnm. ptovlafllal 
praaldent of tha ocder. who. lame | 
unavoldabla abaMaa of Mta J. a 
Maedooald, wife of the Admlm^- 

tiator, placed it on the Hfufue i 
other wretith.s laid Micre included j 
a beautiful one of Madonna lille.s | 
and blue Irlse.s. p; csmt cd bv the 
Dr. O. M Joiie.s (.'tiap'< : and a 
basket of roses from the £sQulmalti 
Chapter, preAentOi IT tha • fagWrt.j 
Mr». C P, Hill. 

Mrs L. A. Gengc. Muiilclpal 
Chapter regent, who had charge of 
the arrangemtnti tat. tba eanaaany. 
together with tha vloa-regaat. Mn. 
A E. HOpklna aad iCn. B. Tyrwhltt j 
Drake. reoetTod the tkltani. who In- 
etaded as guests of honor Mra. Onr- 
tls Bampeon, Mi.s.s Alice Pooley attd| 
Mrs. J. Hobden Gille.spie 

< ieneral regret was felt on the 
rttxsence ol the 1.800 schtxil children 
who were to have been in attend- 
ance at the function, but it was | 
I I., Ml 1,1 necessary to cancel that 
arrangement owing to the unoortaln { 
conditions of weather. 

The service eonelnded with the I 
singing by tha entlra aaaamblage of 
tha ^ ^tlonal Aa^am. 

mm fAvoKS 

LABELED POOPS 

Baaghters' Learae. No. 5. 
lanior Chamber ef 
Efforts 



Brentwood 



Mr. W. O. Wallace haa returned 
fraai a ahen vlalt to Naaakne^ 
• • • 

Mr, and Mrs H A. Blakty have 
returned from a holiday spent at 
vaaaoavir and Quaiiculn ' 



CARD PARTIES 
Amphlon HaM 

W Xalee gtrcet 
Always clean and ready for card 

partle.s and evening receptions. 
We do all the work, before and 
after. . 

Small Aftecaaoa Vartlaa. lujo 

Laqpa |lfX} 

Mrtjr>thrro card taiiaa: dN 
nice chairs 

THE GRIFFiili lO. 
917 View St. Phoae B 7111 



mohair and carried a shower bouquet 
of Ophelia rose.s and lUy of the 
valley. Miss Lillian Neary. of Los 
Angeles, sister of the bride, was her 
only attendant and was beoomlagly 
attired In a gown of printed nlk 
in Patokjr daa%B. Her bouquet was 
a apiay of eataatlens and snap- 
dragona. Mr. JiMk MaUan. biother 
of the b ilda gr oem, acted as best 
man. VaUowlng the Ceremony a 
email reception was held at the 
home of the bride's sister and 
brother-ln-law, Mr and Mrs. P. 
Coleman. Belton Street, for relatives 
and Intimate friend!^, following 
which Mr and Mrs Mellan left on 
a motor tour of the T^t^ ^nd 
will reside here on their 



Mrs P. Kelly, who has been vLslt- 
Klng, lug her pnrenfs, Mr and Mrs. R. W. 
Slugg'>t» I'-rt on FYidav for 6n0w- 
shoe, B.C.. where she will Join her 



McLaughlan, Mrs. Orace 
Read, Mrs. Q. L. Plead, Mrs. R. B. 
Waldon, Mrs. Jack Ck>tos, Mrs. H. R. 
Smiley. Mra Vkaak BUk)it. Mn. 
Murray. HTa. B. T. Koch. Mra. H. 
Smith, airs. B. R. Ralbaig. Mia. P. 
r. Donoghue. Mlrs. DaMaetle. Mrs. 
Laldlaw. MTa. Caaaweil. Mrs. N. P. 
Lang, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mn. O Ja- 
cobeon. Mn. L. Robinson, Mrs R 
Robln.son. Mrs Aiken. Mrs .Smid 
land, Mrs. McEwan, Mrs. j. c. 
Ada«» aad Mn. S. o. Moon. 



Croftofi 



They 



JAMES BAY HOTEL 

Very moderate reaidential 
ratga hy week or month. 



Picnic 



on the 



24th 



On Tuesday evening the Crnfton 
I.ndles' .Sewing Circle was hostess at 
Uie lest of It.s .seiie.s or five hundred 
drive', when a most enjoyable time 
wns sp-'nf, there belnR .seven tables 
in play The prizes were won as 
follow!! Ladles. (Irsi Mrs. D. Sonde, 
con.solatlon Mrs. J. Russel Robin- 
son; men. first Mr. W. B. Lathrop, 
consolation Mr. Ferguson. Reflaah- 
ments were served by the ladles of 
the circle at the conclusion of the 
game. Among those playing were 
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lathrop, Mr. 
end Mn. taikoe. Mr. and Mn. B. O. 
Moore. Mr. and Mrs simmons, Mn. 
Mclnnla, Mrs. Dyke mus Dyke, Miss 
Woolaaton. Mlas Wlnnle Hynie.s. Mrs 
Uppgahle. Mlas Foster Mrs (iorrton. 
Mr. and Mrs Patterson Miss Jessie 
MarDonald. Mr P A Unlhed. Mr ' 
Mnui.t ,Mr Ferguson. Mr Fo.ster | 
Mr. Douglas^ Mallory, Mn 
and Mia 



Mr. aad Un. T. Peden and faraUy 
spent the week-end at Moodyvllle. 
. • • 

Mr. and Mrs H. Ensore and Mr. 
and Mrs. P Nel.son, of Victoria, spent 
a few days recently as guesta of Mr. 

and MA T. Baddon. clarka Afeaue. 

• • • 

Mrt. Verne Orey, who has been 
the guest of Mr and Mrs Hoorman, 
has left for Vancouver, where ,she 
wUi visit friends before returning to 
ta Hawaii 



Membera aC* AaaamUy No. I, Oa- 
nadlap OauMoT. laague. In an- 
aaal aaaalon. Thviaday avanln<3t at 
tba Shrine Han reaAlrmed their 
stand oonoeming the marklnK of 
Canadian-made goods so tha' the 
consumer i.s ahlf' to see at a glai., > 
where tliey are made, and ofiptrrl 
another letter sent to the i a i uiian 
products; cronp of the , Tumor Cham- 
ber of ' :. li.n.. .•••e . «m,iii.->!diiig It for 
its efforts 111 this direction. 

Visitors were present from As- 
sembly No 30, and Mn. W, D. Todd, 
past grand president, aaalatad by 
Mn. O. H. Oaidlaar. graad ser- 
geant-af->itepH, taataOad tlM foi- 
kmlng offlean for the ennilng year: 
President, Mrt. R. H. McInnLt; 
first vice-president, Mrs. E. Stew- 
art; fweond vice-president, Mrs. 
Keefr ' ,,ilaJn, Mrs. L. Otto: cor- 
rftspondiiiK secretary. Mr.s. A. C. 
Pike; recording secretary, Mrs. 
Kinney: financial secretary, Mrs. P. 
Ormlston; treasurer, Mn. H. Ral- 
ston; historian, Miaa O. Adams; 
pianist. Miss B. Rowe; Inner guard, 
Mrs. Jeune: outer guanl. Mn. 
Charles: eergeant-at-arms. Mlas d. 
WUBac; aaalatant aet«eant-at-arms, 
KOaa O. Oodfley: Junior past presi- 
dent, Mrs. Gardiner: press corre- 
spondent. Mrs H E, Hebden A 
benutlful houfjupt i.f red cnrnaflnns! 
was profiented to Mrs. "lodd, past ; 
crand officer; Mrs. Gardiner and i 
Mrs. ^ennett receiving corsage 
bouquetl Mr.<! Bennett acted as as 
slst.ant planLst In the absence nf 
Miss Mason, during part of last 
year. The newljr laetaUA officers 



imS. MOWN, WIFE 
or FORMER MAYOR 

OF SEATTLE, DIES ,# u i i 

Nurging } 



8EATTLB. May tt <AP)^ 
sudden heart attadc eauaed tlM 
death tedar af Mrs. Leila DeU 
Brown, ^tty-aa ren, wife of Dr. 
■dwta^J. Brown, former Mayor of 

Mrs. Brown waa prominent in 
D>A4I. aad- wom en's clubs 

E pUfoptA Chmrch 

PMCor""ao«ird. LLD.. 
FJt.os, will deliver a petles of 
addresses at the Reformed Bplaeopal 
Church, oomer nf BlanatiaiJ and 
Humboldt Btreeta;: oa Taeeday 
Bonde wednaaday aad 



Are Advocated 



ROAST if MOTHER'S ANGELS 



CHICKENS 

$1.00 



Tender and Moiat From Our N>w Ovcnt. 

for Five People. 

ROAST CAPONS, $1.75 

DALE*S 

6J'i 1- uR i STRKET 
Help tba Poultry Induatry and Help Youraalf 



Bnoagli 



OTTAWA, Mav 22 (CP». — A 
natlon-wldf> nnrslnt; service. Includ- 
ing hourly hedside care on a pay 
basis iflvocated by I)r A. 

Grant Fleming, of McOill Uni- 
versity. In an addreaa hare before 
the thlrtv-fourth aaaual aaattag of 
the boaM of ■evemora. tMarlan 
Ordar ef Muiaaa In Oanada. 

Um need of bedside nuraing serv- 
ice waa avMant. Dr. Fleming said, 
when M waa considered that 2 per 
OOat of the population were 111 at 
one time, and only a small per" • » 
age qt that number were 
hospital care The Victorian Order 
■f Nurses was well rjuaimod to pro- 
I V ide such .service and waa doing ao 
with great suceees. 



WILLIE WILLIS 
By RoMrt Quilton 




"I wasn't teastn' 
jiL^t tied a atrU« 
SO S to learn' hha : 



dog 



LITTLS SISTER 
ar a«kf 




"When Mary JhM aaM her 
unola Bi& had a aaw HUe Bill 
ober ta Ma hoaw. T ton her mv 
daddy had a lot o* , 



Camptign Agtintt Molht 



As far as the enjoyment 

mer Is concerned, there la al laaat 
one 'fly in the ointment"; 

more will develop later la 

but the one glviag the moal trmMo' 
now la tha oMBaa moth. How ran 
yott kaap tttfameddiesr.T I .rt 
<*ot of it» deaets. the tun- and 

from feasting qi 

The moth Iteelf 
CTuwgh. merely fluttering «' ■• > r 
house Innocently seeklna a j lac r to 
deposit Its eggs wher^ 'br . rnay 
batrh In safety anfl be a.ssured Of 
'i f i>.- '-.«■] V'iirn one TdsllBBS 
tiiBl it Is not i.he moths 
that do the damdia^ I 

newly hatched larvae. aiiftii]i|| of 



A Fre-Holiday Special 

27.0 



50 Mea's Suits 

OriiiuUir to KM ■ - ' 



SavB Btorc than ten dollara on your nmr'auit. You have the clioice of « big aakction 

f fabrics, including^ tweeds and worsteds in the moat desirable patterna and color- 
inga. £very auit ia expertly tailored, inanring yon t ptrfact it. All aiaea 35 to 46. 



».> 



Men's Grey Flannel 
Trousers 



Made from a hard wearing grey flannel, 
these trousers will give long aad satis- 
tactury wear. They are cut toll for easy 
fitting, and ar« lioiahed with belt tpopa, 
cuff bottome and Ave pockets. All lisea 



2.95 



Others at S3.86. 94.9(i and fd.BS 

Cream Flannel Troueeia 
At...... ^fS.BB, WTM aad 



5.00 



Men's English Blazers 

Tailored in smart blazer style from atl-wool blue flannel, 
and trimmed with fancy silk cord. Sizes 35 to 44. 
Price ,. 

New broadcloth Shirts 

H B C Green l^bcl Shirts in a superior broadcloth ere avail- 
able in white, cream or blue in collar-attached style or with 
two separate collars. ThcK tailored ahirU are in 4 f 
thfoa sledve kngtlu, aad ia al! siaas. Price. ^ I m\ 




SniaiL 1 iiLolirte Sinus 

These are made In a super broadcloth that is the nearest 
approach to «iIW. and are shown in collar attached or two 
collar styles in blue, cream or white. This trocoline is a 
fabric that gives long wear and retains its lustre after rr 
seated washings. All sixes 14 to 17. Ordinarily 4| Qf 

^4«S^ f9€ - - ^ ' „ ' Bl l ISII U SSISl I i Ul- ^ ^^S^y^pi 

M a fa PUar, HMC 

Men'st Boys' and Youths' 
Running Shoes 

\yhits Canvas Oxfords aad WhKe Canvas Boots with hIarV 
trim; and Biwva Canvas BooU with block trim 
from yoaths* 11 ta men's 11. ' 4 



New Straw Hats 
for the Holiday 

All tlir favored ahapca in 
Milan and hemp are here in 
theae cool and comfortable 
hats. All sizes from ' tr. 
7jf , Price ...^ 



tt 



Calf Leather Oxfords 

Black and Rrown n.rfords with Coodyrar welted Ir.ither 
soles and rubber heels. Theie are Bluchcr cut stvU> v.,m', 
mil round toes. Mea'f sites f roar i ta %yi, B s 
from 1 to Syi. 
Per pah* 



Men's ''Nonrun 
Rayon 
Underwear 

Close Knit Rayon Combinations 
waavd. These are 
well fitting garments with a 
•jngjf button on the shoulder. 
Available tn white or pr.i. i> 
all sixes, 34 to 44. Price. I 
wit —h- a:i.ou 



Experience 
Counts! 

Long experience in manufacture, continaal cxperi- 
menUl and reacarch worft, careful matdhing and 
maturing of leaf— all art nectaaary to prodtica a 

liifar or cigarette acceptable to Critical smokers. 
W'c recommend these brands nianufacture<l hv 
Tudtctt's," whose reputation for good smokes is 
unexcelled. Try them today. 

TuckiLL s Preferred Panctela 

( )ne (if the best cigars manufac- 
tured by this ftrni. 1 uckett's repu- 
tation for making good cigars is 
iniex<clled. Each cigar individually 
wrapped to preserve its delicat' 
arama and factory freahncaa. 

2r. 25c 

Handy Pocket Pack of S 
Cheaper by tha Box of 25 and 50 

Pbilip Morris "Virginia Ovab" 

A cigarette for those who im- 

prfdate Virginia tobacco at its 
')e«t. Made from the finrst 
iiellow Virginia leaf. A cigarette 
'>r the connoisseur. 

ri.Tin or Cork Tip 

Package of 20 ...^ 85<* 

Flat ttflt of 50 86< 

Flat tioa of 100 f 1.70 

— Mnin n.-.or H ■ C 






For Boys' HoUday 
Wear 

Boys' BhMora 

Tailored from aH>wool blue 
flannel, trimmed with fancy silk 
cwd. Sixes for 8 to 14 ^r.r,. 
d-^cn •-•••••-...••^...,4,^ ^aft*2ift 

Toreador Cordwap Troaoara 

Tailored from fiix (luality cor- 
duroy in French Krey, cream, 
blue and Krey with blue t..p. 
Sites 2i to ii. Pair B3.SS 

SapaT Flaaaal Treaaaia 

Plain grey and fancy all puis 

wool flannel with either pisin 
or \\Variila'>(i( wai^ihand. Have 
Wide bottoms finished with cufT» 
.Sizes for 10 to It paars r 
pair a.l.N5 

Boys' White Duck Trousers 
Made from good quality dock 
with belt loops and c«8 bottoms. 
Sites far 19 la 18 years. Per 
pair 91. S6 

Bopa' BervleaaMe Troueera 
Tweeds, blua aaraaa aad grey 
fiaanels ^o all-wooTdotha. Weil 
tailored and smart AttiM. Sixes 

for in tn IP vrars. Pair, BB.BS 

Boys' BngUsh Shorts 
Made from all pure wool cloth* 
in fancy tweeds^ blue aernfN and 
grev flannels, and w!l tmrd 
fhroughoiii. .Si/es fi r i i 

years. Per pair „ fl.&o 

■apa" ^WhoopaiT Paata 

M;)de from lixr d-woaring btve 

and black drmm with Wearo- 
laitie waisthand, strap and 

hurkle and fritnined in the pop- 
ular 'VVIiof^pee" sfvlea. .Sires 
for 8 to 18 year*, l'^,,. ai .tr. 

Floor, NBC 



eggs or the youns <■ The moat 
that can be expected of them 1« 
that their repugnant odor wUl repel 
the moth and dlaoooraga Bar from 
depoalttng her egga la tha pHMau- 
hu- piaea aba waa aheul ta aplaot 
For that raaaoB tBa ta^artaai thli« 
to be anre of Is thatao ogga are In 
the garment when ft la put a#ay 
niata aeeomplLihed by thorough 
brartllag. surmlng. airing or even 
drv cleaning 

DlchJorlclde or paradlchlort)enxlne 
In pure chemical form, when uaed 
In sufficient quantity, have the 
garmenta? Igreaf^it efficiency both In repellinR 
Is harnilevs I »h^ moth and In killing i .-ni 



a QUALITY SNOIS a 

CATHCAkT'S 



Tha 



«'hteh are 
of clothing am 



to feaep moths out 



both e«gs and larvae 
uve they ahould be 
quantlUes 

Oarmenta 
Uable to tajarj. ki 
for 



T<. 



"C- 

the 





flne f II Bug ground far Wm 
moth la larvae aUtc. 

Itaga that are regularly cleaned 
with vaetmm aweepera are not likely 

to be Infected wl'h moth 



fram aap passible eggs h 
and. tf earefully atored 

WaOle:. '■.■••I !\B IT \. It 1) \^ 
Paefcert in iarge },» .n f-,ite»i, rr- 

wrapi)«d In paper a.' frn-x-; 
or opening* In 'hr..- packages Should 
^' '^ainat moth on- 

.^^ eggs or <i h tightly BMid Ite 

HI either moths. Woolen blanheta. ef oourae, aia tiaad Ipli^a All 



LadM* Kaadr-io-Wcar 




) «v be apraved »'lth K«"*i'ne 
t.'ii7iti». wlileh will klJl lar'.a^ n. 
t'!e*dlng th*re 
To save old woolea lags, odd 
of fur or faathera In attlcn 
>« P«nr ajaa aad pound 
as theee aanr fnmkh so pro- 
a bnadhv ilaee for moth. 

be done to 



if: 



THE DAILY C'Ul.UMST. XUToKIA. H C. S\Tl KI>\V. MAV 23. VK^\ 



mm 



C H B C 



■ ■ I I 

Grocery Shower 

For fk* Suii!.».>ri< C$m§ at 

2>ookc 

< )ii our Lower Main Fldor 
h^vt.plMti a apecUl hamper 
III wniteft may b« placed 
donations in the form o< 

t;rinrrif» and provision*. 
I'.jM rU ( I illrc led in lliis \\a> 
will l>c dclivrrcd to tlic mkIu 
'I'l.irtrrs. 



OKOCBRIBl 

Three I)i.*iTio:Td Hrand Fancy 
Quality Crabnicai Spciial. per 
iiii **5<» 
Kagle R:,ind lobster, Spc- 

.. 31* 

^ylmcr Urand Bonclcta Chickco. 

^|iri i.ii. per thl 85<> 

Libby's Cornad Baaf, I'l. 'Spc- 

, i.il. pri tin 1*<^ 

•t iih^ iiii 55* 

Clark'* Asaorttl Meat Paatea. 

. \a\ per • 
Libby't Atpaiagua Tips. >" ' 
>>r white. Mo. 1 aquare tn :>'^/- 

a tins (or J^c 

I'icnic size tin ■- 

a tin.1 for 

Hdns PleUaa. all kinds. Special. 

|.er bottle ■•^ 

a liottlrs for 



Malt Special — While They 
Last— Raitiier Malt, hop flav- 
ored, 2'/i-ib. tins. Extra Spc- 
al, per tin .......T^ 



Australian Paacha% New Sea- 
son s Tack. Large No, Zyi tins 

a**' 

- till'. _ 

Holly Brand Bardatt Paars. No 

J tins. Special af..._ 1T<* 

3 tin< for 50<? 
Del Monte Brand Sliced Pine- 
apple. No. J tins. Spei i;il .it 
Vncapora Brand SUcad Pine- 
ippb. Special at 8 tins forSV 



M.JJU. CoffCB, 1-lb. tins. Ex 
tra Special, per tin 49^ 



and 



Baana. 



.!.%«■ 
S wrrt 



Royal City Pork 

Spci-ial. 3 titis for 

Aylmcr Tomato Cataopb 

p' r l.-ir;<i l...i|l, 

Royal Purple Brand 
Com. Special, per tin... 

3 tins' for ; -^ii^ 

Quaker Brand Early ^ane Paas. 

Size 3. Special, per tin 15# 

3 tint for „ . 4a«» 

Royal City Brand Oreen Cut 

Beans, per tin tfir 

3 tins for 

Horaeahoe Brand Sockeye Sal- 
mon, yi': 6pccial, 'per tin I7r« 

3 tins for 

I'v Special, per tin 



PLOUR SPECIALS 
Wild Rose Pastry FlOMT. 10- 

Royal Standard Wholewheat 
Flour. 7 II). sack...-:. 

:4 :'. s;.. I- T6<» 



Fiuii Cake Krrm Oui Own 
Bakery- -Specially Ma^'r ami 
Prued lor Week-£ad Selling 
Rich Dark Fruit Cake. Regular 
price, per lb., 4Jc. Si<ri al per 

II) 

Kuy by the alabw Averace we(il|t 

3 11)5. 

Moist Sak Oatea. Sp<Fial at 

•4 lbs. for — ^..BB^ 

Fancy Quality WhHe Meat Wal- 
nut Pieces, ' SB* 
Shirriif's Jelly Powdeis. Special, 
pcr<paekace •# 

CODETTA CAKES 
A DclicioM Afternoon Tea Cake 
made in «lir own bakery, an I 
on sale at any time at, each, 50^^ 
Cake Doughnuts. Special at, per 
doaen . 

Fancy Mixed Biscutta, lb a6< 

Iced Layer Cakea. cacb SS# 

Finest B.C. QranaJated Sugar, 

10- lb. ♦acW „ «3*' 

20-11). sack «l . I.'. 

KKI !!. - , k *o.40 

H B C TEA AND COFFEE 
SPECIALS 

Cume in and sample uur Special 
Broken Oninge Pekoe Taa at. 

rr lb -f^^ 
lbs. foi* 

Broken Pekoe Ceylon Te i 

cial, per lb .- --'C 

H B C Vreahly Ground Pure 
Coffee at. per lb 45c 

and 

PBUIT AND VEGETABLES 
Netted Gam Potatoes. Special, 

per 100-lb. sack $1.4» 

Sweet Juicy Oranges, a dozen 

for 

and 2i do^cii lor . 8B<' 

Sunkiat Lemons, per dozen, 18^ 
Seedlaaa OrapeM. B for BB^ 

Warm weathCTT 
beverages 

Adanac Ginger Ale. %>ecial. prr 

dozen splits — 9t..iO 

Refund on empties, 35c 
Grantham's Lime Jolce Cordial. 

per bottle 33^ 

iareesor.'s Lemonade and Sber- 
et Cry.stals, i . ^ i oi aS^) 

M l.<;:r-r> ! ' Or- 

ange, Chiriy and Raspberry, per 

bottle A SS** 

3 bottles for .fl.OO 

PROVISIONS 

Selected CreMMty Batter, per 

lb aT<^ 

3 lbs. for sac 

Pore Bulk Lard, per lb 14^ 

3 lbs. for 8B«> 

Finest Quality New Zealand 

Butter, per lb 42^ 

3 lh>. for 91.23 



Our Picnic Hama, smoked 
and sweet pickled, specially 

. nred and selected for ti«. and 

iust tin- lliiiiK for the lu lid.n 
■pri. . ■ ■ f'.M.l 91 .OO 

t,, If I ;t5 



DEMONSTRATION OF 
NALLEY'8 PURE POOD 

PRODUCTS 
Salad Dressing, 8-oz. jar. Spr- 
rial at 1B0 

Relish Spread, 8-oa. jar. Special 

.It _ 20c^ 

Mayonnaiae. 8-oz. jar. Special 

at 20# 

Libby's Queen Olives, No. 10 

hottlc. Special at 24^* 

Libby's Pimento Stuffed Olivts, 

.\'o. 10 liittle Special at 27^ 

All Bold Brand Ripe Olives. 
S()erial. per tm 23^ 



Quaker Brand Tomatoes, 

\»v^^^• tin> . . ;..XO# 

Ltts Soap Flakaa... small 
packets, B for - B€c 



Smoked Cottage Rolls, lb.. SS^ 
North Star and Shaatfack 

Hamf; per lb BB# 

Our Special 'Side Bacon, rtcr 

II.. 

Ontaiio Mild Cheese, ll. , 20C 
Ontario Prime Cheese, II' 35f> 
Frci^ch Roquefort Ghee 

11) 

Local Freeh Eggs, First 



7o« 

pr. 



CANDY SPECIALS 
Rochon's Peanut Brittle. Spe- 
cial. pT 111 2Sc 

Waller's English Rum and 
Butttr lofiee. Spm.il at. per 
II,. 

Fancy Hard Boiled Mixture. 
Special. p< ■ '!> t9(^ 
Toasted MarahnuUlow. Spe- 
cial, per lb. BB^* 



May wc rcinitnl our customers lliat it will be necessary to 
lay in stiff ictent groceries to last over a two*day period, Mon- 
(l.iv bcinjj a Imlitl.iv. If Vdii .tvc takin;; a .supply out to the 
."^uinincr camp, buy yotir requirements ni our Groceteria and 
save money. Orders carried to your car free. 

PICNIC SUPPLIES 
Uk^a Qvaen OHvaa, Royal 

iar 2kf 

St. Ivel Meat Pastes, jar, 19^ 
Kraft Mayonnaiaa and Taaty 
Reliah, per jar BO^ 



Cooked Ham, sliced, ■/^•Ib. pkt. 



for 



Libby's Pork and Ba«Ma. .No 

tins. 2 tins for 17C 

"Select" Sodaa, 2 pkta. for SSc 
Potted kleetai per tin. 
Peanut Butiar, hi aherbct glass, 

at 

Smoked Picnic Hama, lb., 18^ 



BUTTEK— iic^t Quality Alwtyt 



Fancy Quality New Zealand, 

per 111 40^ 

a II. V lor 21.18 



Imperial No. 1 Creamery, per 

II) 3Tc 

3 II. <. lor T2<* 



H B C Tea. No. 1 Ceylon Pekoe. 

per lb ., 2Bt 

4 lbs, for . »5< 

Shredded Wheat, 2 pkts. 21^ 

Comet Rice Flakes, packet. lOf 

Choke Peaa, Mac'a Beat. B tins 

for BBtf 

Mac's Best Tomatoes 

tins, 2 1.4rKe tms (or a6(» 

Finest Singapore Mead Pine- 
apple, 3 tins for aB^ 

Hstrie Green Beans, tin, 10^ 

! lb r>M Crisco aad Qlaas Mix- 
ing Bowl for . .76c 

Hudsania Flour. Ruaranteed first 

patent. i4-Ih. sack 

Libby's Corned Beef. N o. 1 till 
f.#r 18«» 
Fraah Graham Wafers, lib., 
cello wa9Vti» per pkt tf 



Qual- 
ity, large (2J4). per tin MM4 

Sunlight Soap, per carton 16«> 
Lux Flakes, 3 pkts. tor 29^ 
H B C Green Packet Tea- 
Choice Indhi and Ceylon Blend. 

Special Introductory Price, per 
II, 36f 

H.P. Sauce, per bottle 26c 

Fancy Orapefniit, No. 2 tin. BB# 

Old Dutch Clean-^rr, 2 - ■,- 19#» 
Tea. H B C No. 1 Broken Or 

ange Pekoe, per lb~ * *«" 

3 lbs. for 21.30 

Economy Freah Coffee, lb.. BB(> 

Hudsonia Back Bacon, Iti , 3B«* 
Economy Side Rarnn, , -S/- 
Ontario MiM < liersr • 
Ctuteau and Carillon Cheese. 
per packet .—.-ITf 



Today's SpcLiais in the 

TVhne Rib and Rump Roast, per 

U) aoc* 

Boneless Rolled Roast, lb., 22« 
Beet End Crees CM, lb.. 1B# 

J'ot Roast, per lb . . i - 

I'lates and Briskets, per lb.. X0« 

Shonlders of Veal, per lb., i#f 

Stewing Veal and Mutton, per 
lb. 1B^# 



Cash and Carry ' Section 

Shoulders of Pork, per lb 1B# 

Loin Roest Pork, per lb 20«» 
Loin of Mutton, per lb 23# 

LeRS .ind ri!Vt« >fiiftr.n prr 

II. -^Kf 



300 Freak Flow!, i 

bpecul, 

per lb. 



23c 







INCORPORATED a*?? MAY I670-. 



QAtf Skm dl WimipH* VorAten. SgMmf-w. £ ^ aaiya n . Calgtiry, iVeiteii. l^amMi. KamL-^ ood ff«NCMMr 



Better Piayii; 
FitMiter 

Vietorii 

.Xttrnd the (. oiuniunifN 
l-rol'.r at the tr\st., 
Garden oa Monda 
May 21 



Holiday Needs at Lowest Prices 




New Jackets and 
Skirts 

For Holiday Wearv 

ar« «ihart and vogutah to wear with a whiU or pastel 
skirt. They ajre fashioned from flannel in bright or 
paste! colors, aiul Ita\ r patcli porkrt -. tailored collars 
.ukI linked or two-button fastening. Sizes lO to 22. 
^'rice ^5,50 



Smart Sports Skirts 
arc of flannel in flared or nieatcd st_) les. aii<l 
in crepes de Chine with pleats. They are sliown 
in pastel colors and in white, and are stiifahlr 
for ail sports — particularly tennis. Priced at 
f4.S6 and ^ ..fS^5 

Fur Fabric Jacqucttea i 
are shown in Ugfitt shades and are suitable for 

\'. oarin;^ o\ er silk frocks or pleated or flared 
skirts. These modish "jacqucttes'' are 
fashioned in hip length with long rever fronts, 
staiul-iip collars and plaited leather belts. They 
are lined with satin. Sices 16 to 20. Priced 



Sports and Scmi-Tailorcd Coats at Three Popular Prices 

$12.95, $16.95 and $19.50 

A fine assortment of Coats suitable for trltvel^ sport and general wear, includes im- 
ported and domestic tweeds, basket weaves, polo clr)tli and Caineltev, made in high 
lieited ty|)cs with wide collars, and sonir with novelty and scarf collars, fancy flare 
cufC^ and other new features. All arc well lined. Sizes 16 to 20 and 38 to 42. 

New Silk and Chiffon Ensemble Frocks 

These dainty sleeveless frocks are so dclightft^ly accommodating when the sun ia hot 

and the brce/es arc cool tliat \'ictoria women will Avelcome this good assortment 
\\itli eagerness. 'I'licrc are pastels in fine crepe vMtli nox clty tritnmings of wool or con- 
trasting silks, printed cliiffons and crepes de Chine in the newest designs and color- 
ings. Price. , 

IFWfr,l|tfe 



New Smart Styles in Outing Frocks 
Pyjamas, and Swimming Suits 

For Grown-Ups and Children^TQot 

* " On the beach, on the porch or lawn, in camp, the 
pleasant scenes of Summer holirlav times arc made 
still more gay and pleasurable w hen mother and 
daughter, big' girls and little girls, have donned gay, 
cool and jaunty garments. 

Quy Pyjama Suita 

arc in tidifast materials in clicck and fignrcrl floral 
and block patterns. They are in one a^td two-piece 
styles with wide twishiog trousers. No smart miss 
he without one of these gftir suits. Sizes 15 
to 17. Pricrd at fl.M and 9a.8S 

All-Wool Swimming Suits 
arc shown in smart stripes and combination shades 
as well a% in the more conservative black. Some 
have the snntan backs. Motif trimmings are also 
show n. Sizes J6 to 44. These elastic rib all-w ool 
suits are splendU value. Priced at f 2.85 



Women s New OuLiag Frocks 

feature a .t>i>iiitii'til flare nr frill (ir iii.iy l»c in n <ih.| tig'ircil \ o\\r. 
priiitofj ra\oii or (r.i\sii<rii I lip\ jrr sleeveless or slmw the 
popular cap sleeve or cjyjc collar. There are many charnnuR 
new styles in this attractive price grcnp. Siacs raogc from m 




to 42. Price 



Women's bmarL Celanese Frocks 

Another shipment of Dainty Cclancse I rockf has arrived jtttt 
in time for tlus week-end holiday Mlling. These are smart 
pleated or flared styles in ali-whit< and pastd •hades, while 
several numbers are unusually smart with their contrastlnK 
trtonliaga. SisM M Id 41 Price .... 



Food MMk^, Ajow^ MMn Floor, NBC 



1,000 Women's Rayon 
Bloomers, Vests and 
Panties at 

79c 



These excellent quality nonravel rayon frzrmcnX% 
were made to our own specifications to ccdors, 
styles and sizing. Full-fashioncd Ulooniers, snug- 
fitting Panties, Vests to match with opera top or 
bailt>ttp strap. In wirite, peach, flesh, jade green, 
vanilla, orchid, French beige and black. 

mtdium and large tisca. Per ^an 

Floor, H 



IC 




Little Tots Wool 

Bat limy, Suif and 
Sun Suits 

In an Assortment of New 
Bright Colorings; 2 to 6 
YMfa. Spwrial VaM 

at 95c 

OirU* Wool Swimming Suits 
I be^e «nuR fittiiiK wrll-niado 
Suits embody all the improved 
fcaturei of many of the higher 
priced suits. They are ahowu 
in smart stripes and color com- 
binations; also in black. Sices 
for • te 14 years. Prk«. tLTt 

OMa' BrMddMli FyjMMS 
These are te. ga^ igurcd broad- 
cloth ia two ' sad three-piece 
styles ki iMmy smart colorinKs 
and all ia tabfast materials. 
Sizes for 7 to 14 years. Prieed 
at tLM aad 9tJBB 



All- Wool Enxlith Melton 
RIarer* with (ilk rorti lund'ni/ 
and lr:n\tniin( on llif jiorUet jii j 

iiiff*. In Rrcen or nav.\ ' 
for 2 to M )ear». Price. S-i t*'- 
.Sixes for 14 to 16 >-ea- » t 

Floor. H BC 



100 Psirs Woweii 
Sandals 



Ordinarily t^JQO 
Reducad to 



3.95 



.\ slij^lit defect in the heel covrrinc^ — so shji,'ht that it 
is hardly noticeable — enal)ics us to offer tlicsc 
Sandals at this remarkable reduction in price. They 
are the one-strap styles with Spanish haels. We-^ave 
the following shades: White with black trim, b^ga 
NX i th \\ hite trim ; also all white. Sizes 3 to & Widths 
A. B, C 

WUm Floor, HBC 



CANMNC 

P 




Site 6 ft. X 8 ft X 2 ft. Special.- 
Size 8 ft. X 10 ft. X 2 ft. .Special... 
Sixc 10 ft X 12 ft X 2 ft. Special 
Auto Tents. Improvad Fatewtto 

Beach or Plajr Tents. ' 'I 
at, each .„ - »n n.". 

t> round Sheets. 6 ^ 
Price „ fa.BO 

Sleeping Robes. Priced frnm 
each fl2.oo 

Pack Sacks, plain, fl.25 

to M.»0 

Packs and Board at f€.M 
and $T.»0 

Camp (irids, and - * 

Hand Axes fl.:<6 

Water Paila, cahraniscd...4»<» 
Lanterns .at 



s*i,'r»r. 




I 



with 



.MuniiiMirji Camp Set 

people. Special a»i-t»''i 

I namel Cupa. Each 15<> 

Knamel Saucers. Each iS4 

Table Knives, per dor., 9S*00 
I'able I-^orkt, per des..~...TB^ 

Tin KettiM, each - Vk^ 

Enamel Mugs. Each SO^ 

Enamel Plates. Each. 

Fry Pans. Each. »»< 

Enamel Coffee Pots „fl.SB 

Eaamcl Water Pails. Priced 
fttf cftcH 

-^TIM Floor, NSe 



Latest Dtsi^rns in Ded^ and 

Porch Chairs* 

Porch Chairs in heavy hardwood frames with duck seats and 

Deck Chairs ia plain hardwood with stripe duck seats 

Deck Chairs, painted freeii.or orange, with iaoey strip* duck seats. 

Kach 

Camp Stools, with hardwood frame and brown duck (op 

rWor,IIBC 



Cots, Mattresses and Cbncbes 



Camp MattrcSaes, in ro1l<vp style, 

JO X 72 inchel Kach 



Camp Cots ot be«t nardwood, metal braced, and with heavy bur- 
lap tops. These fold into small space. Each....- .ft,— 

thici; and comfortable. SiuC 
M.M 

Extension Couches, whh all-steel frames and link fabric springs, 
in pull-out tt}-le with cretonne-covtred double pad. These maxc 
doable beds when open. Each ~ - 9il«TS 

Floor, N»C 



Bamboo Screens at Lowest Prices 

Strong Durable Screens of split bamlKX), well laced and finished 
in natural or green. There is a lot of added comfort to vonr 
home available by screening off your sunny veranda with one ot 
tbeae screens. 



Sire 5 ft. X R ft F.ac'i 

Size 6 ft. X 8 ft. llach.. 

.Site t ft X t ft. Each.. 

Site 9 ft X t ft Each. 



fs.io 
•a.ra 



at.oa 

— Ited i^ioor, HBC 



A Deligbtful Swing. Hammock 
at $3.95 

Now is the time to secure one while the aeaortment ia new and 
at iu best— while you have the eppart u alty for a fall season's use. 
toe. Tbeaa Hammocks are made of striped tapcstrfci ih various 
colors, and finished with hoUtcr top* and \alanr^ Specially 

priced at — / ■ . .f 3.00 

.^noth<r taattty is avaiUWc at \ ^ 

— TkMFIoiT^IIBC 



Grass Rogs 



are chscrfai bright and inexpensive, and they gitra splMdU wear 
etpedatlr in Sismmcr homes, campa, bcdraoms aO# eacisasd 
verandas. You may chooac from a wide iciictiaa m dlslf I aad 
coiorinRi -mostly eatkely aew this nason> 

Size 6 ft X 0 ft. „ ., ft. to 

Site « ft. X 10 ft. ^.^^ , A.,.^.,n^,. > ... , „ a.T 7r, 

Sise 9 It X 12 ft f 

— TMfflMr, HBC 



Yotir camping: will not be 

rxpcnsi\f if vou buy your 
needs hr;r We rnrry every- 
thing from tents to tin kettles 
at pricaa that will aave you 



Wall Tents (rf 8-oz. Duck 



Panama and 

Stitchctl ( r cpc 
Hats lot 

Holiday Wear 

The Panamas arc shown in 
cream or white in six of the 
very lateM shapes, and sinirtly 
banded with black grusgrain 
ribbon. The stitched crepe hats 
are in all white or in lovely pas- 
tels, and tliere are several new 
shapes from which to chaoac. 
Specially prfca^ at. MJM 

S aii ri Floor, H»C 

Novelty 

Sunshades 

For the beach, for picnu < oj^ for 

street use during the warm days, 
these useful Sunshades are suit- 
able and serviceable. They are 
shown in a variety of colored 
desicas. Special, each " 



Women's White 
Tennis Oxfords 



at 89 



c a i*aii 

These Oxfords h ave best quality 
white canws miprrs* aiul thr 
highest grade tliick nibbrr solfv. 
They are in Balmoral stvir and 
in all sites from to & Spe- 
cial, per pair _«..*fcjp# 

Floor, HBO 



Smart Fabric 
• Gloves 

Tiicse are hand sewn and made 
from superb duplex English fab- 
ric. and, finished with one hut- 
ton fastener. Stitched in black, 
they are extremely smart— very 
durable, and ideal for vportv 
wear. ("iioose from natural, 
white, beige and fawn. Sizes ^Vi 
to TVt. Per pair 91.2S 

Floor, N»C 



Pure 1 bread 6ilk 
Hosiery 

This a full-faahlonc4 scad- 

service-weight Hose, made tpe- 
nally for Hudson's Bay ( oin- 
pdiiy. They are in a good long 
Inigth, have the new French 
h^cls and arc reinforced at the 
feet. Choose f'uin J rcnrh nude, 
nu-brown, antioch. daytime, 
flesh, sable, sandcc, beige claire, 
caress^ aigMagalc, cloud and 

rifle. Shwt fVt to 10. Frteed at, 

per pair « t oo 

—Main floor, HBC 

Pirty and Dance 
Handkerchiefs 

These Handkerchiefs m a> e 
really pretty aeccttories to an 
evening frock. They are 18 
inches square in plain colored 

rhifTon, printrd Kri.rf^rlte and 
crcpr dr ( lime and base a hand- 
rolled brin. They are available 
in a large variety of colors and 
designs and would make flelighf- 
ful hoKday gifts. Priced from, 


Floor, MM 

Specials in 
Drug Needs 

ISc Epsom Salts, 1 lb, for....O^ 
10c Giant Toilet Tissue, • rolls 

for .'. ! AM^- 

11.50 Whalebone Hair Brushes 

at J 91. OO 

50c Colgate's Tooth Brushes 

for 9t# 

7.Sc Krusriieii .Salt^ for OOC* 
75c Liquid I'etrolatimi, l^i or . 
for . 30#» 

~.^r I'urr Norwegian t od I.iver 

< u\. U, OT., for llO«» 

.'lOr I'ond * C reams, cold or van- 
ishing, for ao^ 

IliK) Eno'a FraH .Salt foe 

25c Pon^Ts TIssaes lor 11# 

$1.50 Bestttx Bath Soap, 11 

cakes for . .w..... „ M# 

50c Jergen't Lotion. for 



$1.00 Ambrosia ("ream 
$I.(K) .Ambrosia Tightener 

$1 00 Ambrosia Oraaser 



The 



3 



for 



1.50 



25c I^sterine Tooth Past^ SlO 
$1 45 Virol, large. 16 oi^ . 91.SO 



< >ne AutoStrop Razor 

< )tir AutoStrop Strop 
Une Pkg- AutoStrop Blades 



TW 



for 



600 



11.00 Moth Bags, side openmR 

for ,. T'. 

$1 00 yuininc Hair Tonn , *•'*•' 

I.vsol for ..- 

30c Italtaa Olive Oil. • oc, 
2Se droertee aad Roea Uatrr 
for .„ •»*• 

— Main f tool , H B C 




mm 



DAILY COL ONIST. VICTOMA. M. C . SA T URDAY, MAY M, mi 



i0 



CAMBRIDGE STUDENT WINS BRITISH AMATEUR 



BELIEVE IT OR ISOT 



H •( I I OMIY 

MONTRJEAL, May U. — UnlUd 
Btalw Qftvlf Cup tMm wound up 
Um Meooi dur*! imtfilm of tbalr 
with OMfedft to iolwinliiii 
lejr In tho AaNrtc«n 
a lead of two evfnta to 
one *nd two to go. 

This afternoon, Prank X Shlfkl.s 
or Nf A Vi)ik. i«arnp(l v^ilti 6ldn<> 

B. Wood. ftiM of New Xait, U> de- 

fOBt thO OAPAdlMI dniMM tiMB Of 

Or. Jiflk WMmt Md MMod lUln- 
rlllo, or MoBtml, 1^. 

Yesterday Shield* beat Wright in 
tbc first Blnglea maMi, white Rf tn- 
• Villi Mond for OuMdft o««r Wood. 

_ j riaj ii o i4u w afto n yn Wood play* 
Wjrlflkt. Jiii%tnp UraM ibowlnc to 
doto tho qyndfoH volma would 
•ecm to iMvo «t laaat an even 

chance. If Dr. Wright ntns It wcMild 
even the .serlp.«, at two all The 
fin«l iiiatfii of thf aflrniixjn wlU 
find Shieidb ranur slx-f OQtar, Dlay- 

' Inf acalns! Ratn ^h^ It OMvrtt 

r 1 root shorter. 

lodoyli doobloa match. Wright 

ftll•lnvlll•> played Wo, .! ;f ;rnt- 
It proved fatal u> glvo 
- Bhirlds anythiat OTOrtMOd wtthlB 

hl< reach. 

WOODVNftlAVt 
The only weakne« ahown by 

Bhlelda wa« a tendency to foot- 

fine rontrol, im-,. >• rr ai ^l m.M^ad of 
getting rattled guarded against re- 
iCurrence of the error. Wood lacked 
stcadinen. served a series of double 
faults and was caught flat-footed 
Umptntljr mr tht two Oanadians 
Molds Mmd flnt and with each 
rimUng garvice to thr ^^vmth 
the Ualtod States led at 4-3. 



Tlifln, though leading at iO-lfi. 
Wright loot hli amlet and tWiys 
looked bad. Canada reUUatod in 
tho nlnCh gaoM bjr Imaking through 
Shield's mighty service, and then 
Rainvllle made It five-all. At .Mx- 
all ('Hnada liHil i{amc-p<Jiiit 'ah. 
and all but biokc .Sliifld.-i" -rrviir 
He rt'< overed, liovstAcr and llit'n 
HwiiiviU*" lo*t hi.s .-irrvlce to g.ve the 
I'nKi'd States the set at 8-6. 

Both Wright and RalnviUe played 
good steady gamos, oaeh bolng bril> 
llant ilaola. Up to tho end of this 
first sH it looked as if there might 
be a flgbt. 

Canada hopes were strenRi.M n.d 
In the .second .srt f.i^i Wood i i. t 
hl.s ."iervlfp, tlien WmkIi v^.^ji in, and 
.Shields lo.st his KlMliK H,,. fvMiir 

team a lead of 3-0 At this point 
the complexion of the game com- 
pletely changed. The United States 
pUyers appeared to howl ptajni 
themaelves in. and Ck«t wm ao 
holding them. 

FOl R GAMES Ilf BOIf 

The AixierfcMis took Ibw 
In a row to lead at 4-t, 
looilQf aa tanpoilng ung of terri- 
fic atmitm, whiih Not Ml after 
baU eat of court, sud uneanny cross- 
eut plaoements Chat went a long 
way out of reach of liis opponents. 
Ralnville won hi.s .service in the 
eighth game, but the Americans 
took thi' next two games and the 
srt « ■ 'i t 

Thr (s .iiipieteness of their aacen- 
dancy at thi.s time waa oiado evident 
when after Wright aonod three fine 
baUa to lead at 4B-lovt. Shioldi al- 
wm antlrely alone was Ibe nest 
fi«« polBta and the set. 

The United State.s players wrrr 
never in danger of playing a fourth 
''et and took the ' i i < it 6-2 to Win 
the match at 8-6, 6-4. 6-1 



WA5 Blind 

Y£rH£ WROTE M^QKiPTlVe 
POETRY LIKE IhllO : 

let longlivtU ^>6nC;.es, Kent 

Ir^ ^ftWo'^i glory U'l tKe ovL^'b bh\r\p _ 
ri6rci5:>U5 Kere \hi love 6itkhc6d reclH\f . 

Here h/iCirAhd m pv;rple dojeclntes nse. 
Mlulipi tii^ with bMuVs jaitcs^ 



BOBKROSE ' 
WE MET 
IBAJEUN 

New CtWornlt Ruling Forces 
Sirpolit to Canoel En- 
OiOement Hen 

OERN HAS GREAT 

RECORD ON COAST 



Is lee 

Anr'I" a n^w rnlinj hit hf rn 

pat In force Uiat a wreaticr er 
loMpowosneord 

|1 he In (h»( rl«v five dav^ hr 

he eaters the ring, w«rd 

if r»o- 

that Dr. 
Cleveland phrnirian. 

So Wnahlr t/i (rapplr Hnb 
Sealtir in Itif nuln r^mt 
h'rr l-.nishl ,1 \ ||||, uni « > m - 

".•^li'in Honrvir thr local 

n- «!■ iimakf r h«« urrd the 

"Tvi.rii of Ira 
ina(m.m frtm 
taefcle Krase. 
Dem has not appeared hero be- 
rore, but ttw fSoa wlio sit In wiU be 
vat^Ung « maa Is aetlon who has 

VlSldrtae OYer audt noted wrestlers 
Alley. John Freberg, Dr 
Dan Koloff. Strack, and 
has a draw mlth Joe Mnlcewlcs. 
With s^irh a niie rrrord bf hind him. 
Dern should pro\lde plenty of op- 
poattlon for the Round (Uv K^ap- 
pler. The Callfornlan is reported 
to be in fine shape. Knise tea bad 
many engagements lately and will 
be out to pin his 





UnitedStates Takes Lead in Net Scries With Canada by Winning Doubles 

E. Martin-Smith 
Downs De Forest 
One Up in Final 



Wood and Shields 
Defeat Rainville 
And Jack Wright 

American Pair lakes bliaigin bcl VKiory Over Cana- 
dian DlivirCiip Plarm. 8-6, 6-4. 6-2 — Deciding 
Siflfke WiU B« Played Todaf 



O.C. Soccer Team 
To Tour Canada 
AeoeJbef Quebec 

QUJCBEC. M.hv 22 A party 
Of twentv-fhe well-known 
EiTglLsh and ScuttL li A.s.vk Ib • 
tluti football plavi-i arrived 
here this afternoon aboard the 
6s. Duchess of AUioU. The 
soccer party will reach Mont- 
real tomewwg sad wlU i^sy 
an e iHlkHlm euw tomarrow 
aftfltaoon. Hm ptagwa wiu 
then Tlilt "ftronioi, Londoo. 
Fort wuuam. Wiaaipof. Na« 
nalmo, Vletorla. Ca^ry, Tan-' 
couver and Ottawa uhere 
they wtU play teaou in it\oee 



I 



Twenty Two- Year-Old London Youth* Succccdc 
Bobby Jones to Amateur Golf Title of Great 
Britain After ThnHmg Fncounter — ^MaUb- 
Ends on Last Green 



TYLDESLEK 
PWyS lELL 
FOmNCS 

Takee Seven WIpkele for 79 
Rune ae Eleven Defeats 
fllafwoitMw ehire 



Runner'Vp Away Off Putting 

L ui m in t iiuil I hirlybix Holes 



WESTWARD no Devon, Bng., 
May 22 (APl — I rn M.irtin-Smlth, 
twenty - tuo mhi old Lon- 
doner and Cambridge University 
student, hHo ei 

lalf 



&ephu« SCAUGER. 

MEMORlZtoTut iLtAO 

Ted d€ bok-. mZl^ys 

4nicrrayCNy)l:mer#l4t 
PltCNCO II M.S 

>wtTMourA»TiUKe tsmi 

CALLFO OP A SATTEfl 

Swinging at a ball — 
VET A Rl/N wa« scorid/ 
3me 1927 

EXPLANATION FOR YBaTERDAY^ RIPLBY CARTOON 

While Mr. BpllSch Waa * VMMMt of Ohlddingly, East SuMex. England he mdulred his 
fancy for Ma eaftettsly prolonged ringln| » MUt HRiUMOB. about four miles away. He had a church bell 

rung continuourtjr gfveg hto tiead for •.IM tmnTrtm bMoqr < ~ 

Thomas HalniM' "ParfUh of Sussex." 

The Reptile Bird— I'he Au.stralian Jungle Fowl, belonging to the class Of Mound BuUdora (MOgapodldae) 
buildii a huge mound for % nest. Within this mound the eggs are left to be taatclied liy tiM IMI* inilaSthe 
decay of vegetable matter generates within. The youn; escape by digging t h re mh tlw sMo of' the BWond 
They are weU-daveloped, fully featbered, and able to fly the Minute they leave tiie egg. 

The Hmmommb of lasi t ake- A peculiar condtUon. which Is locally called The Paradox exist.-« In the 
southwestern section of Lake Placid. New York, where a tide ebbs and flow.s during thr riav -though the lake 
has no direct connection with the sea. This phenomenon la so regular, and Its force so great, that ft is 
dangerous when covered with lit during the Winter. 

Fleasa addrew all «Mri«a to Cartoogist lUpley. c/o Kinf Feataraib New York City* N.y.' 



RAIN 



IMtHfLRFS 

WtlH MANt uAMES 



Daa AnderaoB, Seattle. wUl meet 
IMa Arttwr, Tletoria, in the sec - 
•MhdQt «a the card, while Rocky 
• Bvwhi, Victoria, win try conclu- 
skns with Jack rar- rirn. Vanoou- 

Ver, In the r ntnit :n!sr' WtMl'Vlll 

eomnienee nt « 4 > o r ,h k 

n WEI 

TO m REST 

jjFamoiJs Frpnch Tpnnls Star 
;. May Not Play for France's 
Oavie Cup Team 

I V(iN8 (■,«,,,,.. May n fAl»).— 
H'lin f-fH ! ft Prenoh tennis ace, 
fold t)ie A • r.nted Praia tonight 
ti'.a* hi . iksalih was such that he 
ri igi t t.<- unable to aid n«aee in 

her defence of the Dai|g 
year 

Iho vorld'a flnt rankhw aaa- 
mam hMk lo l^rons tired fmm 
la oeottaNalia tour, and f^ii en 
fray to a aevere attacit ..f s^ipix- 

Although he «t). fiirrrd ••ul ,it 'he 
French ehampioji^hlp- «• .A ile.iii it 
had !>€•»■ n heileved C'fvh'-f ivniiic! b« 
In »hape piny m Dai)', dip min- 
fetiMr>n 

• "l dnn f kn'>* whether my health 
will peim;' nie tn pinr l>avl.«( mp 
tennis nr not Cochet said t^ ig h* . 

He denied an announrsnHMl hf • 
hnting proiroter la Pgrla llM* he 
had derided to tam mmlm 
after plajliw hi Mm Xtoflg 



AKVr MaeLACHLAN 

■M at llM 3.m.AJk.'u alar 9mrtm*«. «h« 

"III •onrar In Um fMtar* iilndri (Tent 
!hi> •ri"ii<>«n Im th* Mc r»(alla at tb« 
(i»r(*. aUrtlnt at ttSS •'•lark. IH&rl.Mh- 
Ian wa raw in tba ttmtU» In Ihr flr«« 
•vMt M Ike Unclhr vrairamnu aiklnil 
FruHla. aaS will sIm vair mp in tha 
dcablM wllk Oardia Keatt aaalnti A. Wah- 
•t«r and W. 8(^<-ll. Brrntwaad C'alUM 
wilt ayrlda tka •aaadlian far lb* J R. A. A. 
rrrwi In Mraral af lha arant*. which art 
>iarri*<i la ha kaaaly tMcht. TMa art- 
nint. at the tIabraaM. llafihlt at tiSS 
•'tiaak, tha vidltoa 
•f tha J.BLA.a. at a esMt asS 



^Battalino Retains 
Featherweight Title 
By HairUne Margin 



Bib RACING PLANT 
TO BE CONSTRUCTED 
AT SAN FRANCISCO 



Hartford Boy Wins Call Over Fidel La Barba in Fif- 
tccn-Roand bout at New York -Dccition of 
Judges Ufianimous 



SAN rR.^NCTBCO May 22 rAPi 
—Construction of a $1,500,000 rating 
and poto ohtb aaar B idwoa d Oltjr. 
thirty miles south of here, wai ap- 
parently fissured today with an an- 
notmcement from Cugene Norinlle. 
former business manager of Jack 1 1^<^ 
Dempsey and prominent aportaman 

Normile aanouneed yeaUrdajr the 
club would be oonatniotod 00 a aoo« 
acre traot. which ahwady haa been 
porehaaMl for noom He Mid 
oonstniellan frauM atort wlihhi two 
weeks. 

He sa,\A he ua.-i acting as spokes- 
man for a group of California capi- 
lAll.'-t^ The truck h- said, will be 
known as Fair Oak Racing and Polo 
' luh The track and buildings will 
be under the .<(upervM0B of H. D. 
Brown, bulkier of the Aillngton 
ttack to Chioato tad lha inek at 
Havana. 

Mala a year are planned 
I'Wtolla MMt. the option system of 
bcning «Vlh»^ •! tka tnc^ he 
said. 



hr VAL1 

(Osorrietat, INI. kr Um Mevia AsMrtcan 
Ifevwaasr AHaMt) 

MADISON SQUARK OARDKN. 
NEW YORK. May 22.— In a bout that 
looked more like a rentes! for the 
featherweight wrestling champion- 
ship than a bt)xing event. ChrL<itci- 
pher "BAt ■ Battalino. of Hartford, 
("onn , won from Fidel la Barba of 
Los Angeles, here tonight and thus 
retained his title. 

The dadston of ihe reteree and 
the jodgw waa tSMnlmoua. The 
fltht waa aadooa that thojr evidently 
war* trnwUlBg to toke the crown 
away from a Mtlc monarch on what 
might have been a slight margin. 
'Ilir two Utile fellows fought a 
deal after the manner of a 
rnnple of bahv tToacoiivirlrtnrs They 
pushed and mauled and twisted 
themselves arooBd eatfl OllHg for 

moot of the evonlng. 

Hie cleanest Mows were atrudt by 
La Barba, but Battalino showed all 
the heart and wtiiingness of a 
champion. He walked in from ftrst 
to la.<t with flwt i>^( iiMar stance of 
his, feet wide apni : ' 1 lx>dy weav- 
ing, and flailed aua^ \vuh those long 
arm.i He did all the fOtOlBti as a 
champion should. 

LA BABBA BBBT BOSItt 
\ !'.irt)a was the better boxer 
II ! his somewhat stronger and 
tallei ( pponent up In the clinches 
jaiid used that educated left hand of 
'his to Rfxid advantage Tlio^e left 
1 hooks Of Fidel's would have dis- 



€ui4 ^ resUing Today 



CBICKET 

10 30 am InteVcity match between Victoria All 
Vancouver AU-8tan at the Univwrtty school grounds 
S:U 9JB,P.^netona va. Viv« OX Beacon Hill Park. 



S: 



b etween the Captata'a and Vloa-^Japtotal'a 

from the Wan'Vr«T<: team, Woflt Mnl BocmlB. 

BASKBALL 

m ntfahwn, Bajrai AtheUa mt. 
va. 



Weet. PadtB 0«p final, Beacon UUl Park. 

wmuatA 

wmr«Ti iva 

to meet ftofa K.(ii»e Id main event at Tlllicuai 
^ De* Anderaon \ n. BrMt.iMtllMV MMI 

Ftwigren in preUmlnarlea. 

i 



couraged many an adversanr, hot 

Bat t.ai 1110 ^ixafif took them and ktpi 

wallvinK In. 

TTif ILnitford bo> i.s in a .sense a 
rontiadu Minn He frequently i.s so 
awkw.ud ihat he is clever. In addl 
tlon to Uiis he is exceedingly tough 
and strong, although tonight his ribs 
showed and he looked aa if It had 
not been any too eaay far hkn to 
make the weight, ^iitttllmr iaia 
not look like a faat thtaher, hut he 
u an estranalr aameet worker. His 
principal awe Hi iM Hee in the fact 
that after he crowds in en an oppon- 
ent he frequently appears to hold 
his ptmrhes. 

In other words he work.s himself 
Into a position to hr and then falls 
to punch A man with a good right 
hand would give him a lot of trouble, 
but in the hand.some little flfhter 
from the Coast he met an opponent 
Who la pvlniarUy a left hooksr. 

B a ttoMw a itartad hla atUek from 

the OpaMRg ban Ond did verv wrll 

up to aketit the fifth round For 
the next five round.s La Barba out- 
boxed and outhlt hlni. but the 
Judges probflblv thought that the 
little champu.n took the majority 
of the later roiind.'^ He .showed well 

In ttif eleventh and twelfth and 
; .strong. 

In lact, Batuiino looked as if he 
could have me ten rounds more. 
«« cMjfhUjr la a sttmiy ttttlc fellow, 
coorate that m*y 
Mew MS crown safe from more 
skona but leas hardy adversaries. 

Battaltnos father. »iio never has 
.seen his son fight rame to New 
York hut went pearrfuih to bed in 
a nearby hotel before tbc bout. Hla 
son htttviad hmm la Ml tern ite 
news. 



Wedne$tlay XI 
fur Clip Gmn0 
If Annotmeed 



1" 



HB Wednesday League 

soccer eleven to oppone a 
select squad from the Sat^tr- 
day loop in the second fixture 
of the An.sromh Cup series. 
Monday niornmt; at the Roval 
Athletic Park, at 10:30 o'clock, 
win be as follows: Bhrlmpton; 

l^ipaaan; ffffawHiti. 
I^liar, Flah. 
MBltonald. Bdwards, Coaler. 
TJhMlsT and MoMllBlar. of the 
wB ha 



LONDON. May 22 (CP).— Lan- 
ca.shlre, champion CnglUh cricket 
county, b.'^ai Glamorganshire at 
Swansea today by 246 runs. Dick 
Tyldesley, burly trundler for the 
c h a m p i o n s, figurad prnilnanMy in 
the Tanrashlaa effort. ■» took 
seven of Olamorfan's seeood in- 
nings wickets toddy for 19, auking 
his total bag fnr the gMM Olaton.s 
WlCket.s lor lib runs. 

Hea\y overnlglu rain made sUm- 
in the programme of first ri« s 
matches lmpo5.sible before^ lunch in 
most cases, while several fixtures 
had to be abandoned at P^iday 
night's soorca. A strong aun dried 
out the wkkal at Laidla. where 
Ifl d d lee e i and Leioestenhire were 
playing, and made it treacherous 
for the Ijatsmrn Middle- ex !,,■-, 
five wickets rapidly and hxilie<l •<> 
be in for a beating. Pat Hemlren 
thetr International, however 
stopped the rout with a timely 66 
which included one six and fou 
fours, and enabled his country u> 
last out tlU time and get the petou 
for a ftoat innlnga lead. 

Nottlnghaanihlre boat Bomerest at 
Bath by IM runs. Sam Stapkles 
polished off the balance of the 
Somerset batsmen today, having an 
sveragt Of fav wlshato lor atety 

runs. 

Cambridge University baLsmeu 
were an easy mark for Paine, the 
Warwickshire bowler, the county 
vtnnlnc by lOt nana. Paine had 
UM ftoa averaga Ibr the game of 
eleven wickets for M runs. 

The matches between Oloucester- 
shlre and Oxford University and 
Worcester.vlilre and New Z,ealaiid 
Wtre abandoned First Innings 
wins were secured by Sussex against 
mm worwyanwa agHWv 

BMOX. 



defeated 

J^a do P igaa l i aaa of a rich 

baron and a felknr member of 

the K-u lirliK s ( 111!) Ijv oil) luilr 
In the liiiAl (hii(> M» hi. If m.ilih 
In A finiih Ih.il rxiM'iii: lot 

tmi |>.tl i i> u n< I . > «,'•"<! t ' iliv 
medal «.! OH' MAS hXiiiIIiI Kll lur 

each raond. It was his (irsi na- 
tional ubeiplsiiikip 
The upsets and surprises of the 
1B31 tournament, which saw the 
elimination of flftoep United SUtes 
entrants, including Oeorge Voigt 
and two British aeea. OjrrU ToUey 
and Roger Wethered, former cham- 
pions, but one of the tournament in 
the fifth round, carried right 
throoib to tha flaaL 



De Forest was the favorite to take 
the title, but Smith led 
throughout In a 
which wai 

tha laal ttea ag lato aa tha thtety- 
fwath hola^and want to tlw hwt 
foan for dacMoo. 

The runaar im haa bean pvtUng 
m great style all week and today's 
defeat waa l.nrRelv due to his lapse 
In that department Martin -Smith, 
the champion. I.s a smiUnic .souili 
with an attractive, natural golfinn 
^tyle free of mannerl.sm.s His 
'eitlKi a London banket, was once 
a : aiiier-up for the amateur, and 
wa.s at the course to see his son win. 

During the lunch hour Martin- 
Smith sent a telegram to the cap- 
tain of the Cambridge Unlvendty 
team, of which he Is a mambar, aaV" 
Ing ha waa two up on De Miaat. Ra 
got a reply whmi ha aald eouldnt 
be made puMle. He said his captain 
had told him he didn't believe the 
telegram and had expressed himself 



Receives H(ul ( nf 

I lom Halted 



Hall 




Bntisli Prnfpssionals WlH 
MMt lor $5,000 Prut 
at Leeds 



DAZZY VANCE 




TO PunooAY 

Chemainus Balltossrrs Will 
Make Season's Debut at 
Royal Athletic Park 




FirmnenlMmt 
^ Fnuer Cafe in 
Mainland Ball 

n? 22-^^Flremen 
added ui theiV icatiuif margin at the 



Both eneounterv w 



Chemainus will 
trot out a strong 
.squad for a twin 
bill attraction 
here today. 'V\\f 

first game will 
get under way at 
a:M o^atook and 
Um nlghleap at 

a:I5 o'clock 
111 be played at 



Ernie Kenny and 

Bpatty Off fnf 
Eastern Canada 



Edmonton Grads 
WiU Meet Ohio 
Cagers Tonight 

mMOKTOH. liajr aav-Becond 
game of the IntanwHaaal hasket- 
ball saries between the Mmonton 
GnMi. tntanntlenal eharaptona, 
and tha Leatvtttaburgh. O. team, 

will be ptajred here Saturday night , , . ^ 

First game of the series Thurs- ^*^' '"'♦^ yesterdar for Bastem Can- 
day night resulted In a win for the! ada Kenny and Beatty have been 
Orads with the score of 62-51 Th* ' holidaying In the city for the pa-st 
Leavittsburgh girls gave the Orads two weeks as the gxiests of Mr. and 
the St Iff est 0|l|IUgHiW haVO had ; Mrs Davg SMN^ tSt " 
in months. I street. 



PHILADBLPHIA. May 33 (AP) .— 
Dazzy Vance. Brooklyn's speedball 
pitcher huffered a cut about two 
inches long and hnusea on the right 
side of his fR<e when he was struck 
by a ball hnlted hv Pinky Whitney. 
In the ninth Innu.g of the first 
game of today s double -liradf^r be- 
tween the Dodgers and Phillies. 
Vance was unable to remain in the 
gaiae and Jack Quinn finished, it 
waa not bailavad Vance's Injury is 
serious enemh to knp hhn ant of 
action. 

t 



Bmle KMiny. foTHMf Vletorla 
hockey star and now a member of 
the New York Rangers, and "Red" 
BeaUy. of tha Boaton Andha. left 



MANERO BEATEN 
* IN SEMI-FINALS 

e 

LEEDS. Eng.. May t (CP).— 
Offoal Britain retains one of the 
r iehe at pium» of OHti^h prores» 
atonal golf. Emeet B. Whltoembe. 
Ryder Cap p toy er , 
Barber, of DeebyahlNb 
far the 



Teddy Beule6 Wins 

Decision Over Shaw 

Victoria Fireitian Giveil Call Ov«r Vancouver Boy in 
Ten-Round Main Vvmt n.ivc Lewis and Billy 
Gerard battle to Draw 



the Royal Athletic Park 

Lefty MeOlnri,-. hiuik' sou'hu»i 
is expected to '<<'■ ■■;i;"'k f'.i 

the visitors In the jTialinee attrac- 
tion, while LJoyd Can, youthful 
spaedbaU artist. wUl in all pvoba- 
MNr got the call from Itanafii 
Jack Baron • f thp Canadians 

With rivai s<i ,f. i« «t futl atrength 
t game- -i-r <-xpTt«^ 



tap of 

. ■ ■ trirf 

League race 
aaf0.ar Maw 



np to 1M Vaneam 

Amateur Ba&eball 

by defeating ftaaer 

T to 3, at 



AthleUe niit thii atoMng n e 
mm fattened ttieh' battine averages 

at the exp^ae of the vHt.ing hurler 
Olson, gathering no le-j,* than fifteen 

hits, one of «!iir!-, ■ ~ 

^>^■ Mnier Miirvn VoiKoirer l"ft 

' got fmir hits in. as ipanylglcs match 

trips to the piau. Lefty Kaga haM Ibnt It wlB 1mm BP 



DENMARK ADVANCES 
TO fOUNTH NOUND 
OF TENNIS tONCS 



agbt- 

ln(t ftremaa. wen a decision ever 
BUI/ ShMT. V a n n nt M, hi the 
ten.ia an d asain fmmt tit Pve- 

mnter fix- n;iit> i v i-it last 

nirht at the \arlrfv rhr,»tr<- hut 
onli after hr h»r1 hrm fi.rrfl 1 <•> 
«h<>i< all hit rlrvernrss IVralr^ 
piXrii tip an early lead whl< h 
prnved tn He the deriding margin 
In ■ hftul whtrh vun rrowded with 
aetinn Oave Lswlfc VlsUrla. Was 
lacky t« gel m d«aV Wttk 

viiii n ii n la lha 




CUPKNHAOBf. Denmark. Ma 
23 'AP Denmark advanced 'o the 
fotirth ^ iiind of r>avli> ( iij> play In 
the B'ir'-i)ean /n»-e •••>da . h-. defeat- 
ing Poland In the deubles match to 
win the scrlea. three MMMlMa ttdBS, 
Bnar UUieh defeated Hsida to 
the daddtog singles matoh, 9-1. S-i. 
•-3 

'n>e finrt two singles matches 
^er» 'in ded ;.ut L>enBi4rk took th* 
doubles y«aterday One aiore sta- 
to be played. 



fbM 

er 

nn Mt wm , waa the determlnlt>( 
faetor In Referee Rot Raker « <lr 
etalon ( >iit< I;ii>«<-<1 midi u-< .-ti 

round* hiil ntil. h> « m*r 
fin Shm* f«.u|li( hti k in \hr la** 
thr»^e Mr«sl>in>> and f .rf. rl fir xir<i 
In iiae all hl« k oou tf<lKr 

Th» Viftirtla h«iT was |n v(«l'nHiH 
< <Midl(ioii and never mrufii in 
diatTMsi darteg tha ten-row 
wiii«h WM fSBlaaed hr 




Hha- ..■wr-i-'i 'V more dyna- 

mite In : !• ptin<-tT -han the ctercr 
fireman, but Beaks p iovad to ba an 
ehisive tarfBt, and aMMqr gf 



oral tlatoa 

and to the laat ronnd a wad ciMrge 
by Shaw ahneet end^d mjt or the 

ring Beal" -tfijict-; 18- s 

atraigh; icli. ahiie bhaw used a 



rtwrt right to advntttaga. They 

fought at 189 pounds. 

L«wls fought an aggressive flRhl 
aralnst Oerard In the seml-wlnd- 
up. but he stopped several atlfT right 
uppercuts, and was in distress dur- 
ing the last round. This bout was 
faat throtitthout, with Lewis always 
plavtnu for the body and Oerard 
thf head. They fought at I3S 

pounds, although Oerard looked to 
%e Mwh heavier. 

A T\Hr BOT T 

Tlie hoii' hf '-trr], F i . Neel, 

Victoria, f! I Ml iv in,' ■ Van- 

oouver, wa'. luunful of ;.r;-.. i and 
the fans ahouered tl,. s. •< with 

applause at the end. It ended in 
a draw, and it was a popular ealL 
For four rounds the pair s wa pp ed 
punahea. and tha arpwd was on tta 
toaa tha «fhato roMa, Olae*no,who 
beat hla war tnm Winnipeg to 
V a ne enia r s Um weska ago, fought 
a clever light and Heel was forced 
to 'hnw n" • ■ e Vnowtodge. 

niily Btaii..i.,ij V ' neoiiTer, scored 
a dee|»iU>n over 1 1 <• i , fd Danny 
Pastroe In the eiiiiM ri .'alaer after 
four roKjnds Pastroe fought on 
alv.i;! even terin.s u: ' ' 'he iast 

•i'.'l when Brad''. , i..<;'d arv- 

erai blows to the head and had 

a* 140 



and the eele tJnHed Btaiaa entry 
left to lha toamamenl «« wntoi 

from the aldelines. . 

Whitcombe today eliminated Ton? 
Manero. of Elmsfnrd N V , by 2 and 
1 In the senil-f)! >i Ouie Barber 
downed A J. I.,af e.\ . a Ryder Cup 
nominee, 3 and 1 Manero slipped 
badly In the afternooo matoh aftiir 
playing smart golf to defeat Want 
Ailis. 4 and 3. in Uia fliiart«r«iBllg 
earlier in the day. 

C. R. Whitcombe advanced to the 
eemloflnale at the expense of w. 
H. Davis, whom he defeated 4 and 2 

A. J. Lacey defeated Oeorpe Cadd. 
^and 2, and Tom R,irb<M rv.iujuered 
C. A. Whitcombe, Brltihii Ryder CuD 
captain, 1 up 

Tony Manero defeated Percy 
Alliss, 4 and I. ^ 

The Rrr«ins were flooded this 
mntninK and the players flraouanlly 
uited their niblicks on the green to 
chip up close to the hole Inrttad 
f>f att^mptlntr fo putt. 

MRS. ALAN MORKTlL 
• AND MRS. A. SCOTT 
WIN PAR ROiiNOS 

Mrs Alan Morklll won the rla*.s 
"A mnnihlv par rfnipetitlon at tlie 
Victoria fiolf Club yesterday when 
she finished 1 down. Mrs. Alas 
Scott took lha prlaa te — 
finishing I up 

CALGAKY RA'CINQ 



mttm ef 



Bax 

ton, two local boys, fonaht to an 
a ni ntore s ting draw in the second 
event. There was a i<>t r,i huscmG 
snd wr*«tltag in thu bout «r,d the 
> ^ not get very much en- 

uuised. Ihtt SMt at lib 



aaiOAaV Uar 1} 
raetae her*, lotlar. follcw: 

wHf u». tlx and MW-haM IwleaSt 

Dnlly Molltr (La BoriMI .;, ttJO SSO 
Rural Oofip (Hclaaaai 

Tim^ ifU Alaa ran Run p,id«. Moi<- 
Wtapoff. Buearar, renlmol. ror. rirat 
ijanc#. 

S^ond rae^ Partf. MSS: Uiree-rtar-otSa 
• n«l MP tlx and one half fartaosa.' 
C«llea» Inn <K1l«worUii I S M I S M f 7 t» 
Ulaa Ida Brawn >I«nedofi> « 70 j jj 

^mntaa U» tl iH*lliir*|i' 

TIJB«. 1 IS I.» aiao ran Miaa Koiaiart. 

rKki^e Anrte. aixpenc«. carrUla, Ma n^ 

Third rae» rurae 
and ap: ali and an' 
Lampaaaaa ittttitrt 
Taper <Lona4«<«) . 
Marian Bart«n (Oay> 

Tina. I » ane fOB 

V Mama It. 

I^rth race — Fnraa, tinr n t^f rrmt' 
«Ses and int ait and fna-haK lurloaat 
Omn«hi*ida (jaekaoai I M| | ajg $ a.ss 

Jaafc S'or 'luadiai MJS tajs 

Pararada 'Hninaaai S ss 

Tlir» 1 j< AUo rai Rnral Male. John 
K.. Utti* VtnM, LaatkHt. Aapin amll*. 
Vert Wara*. War rasbiaii 

fWk t eas a»ii< naadieap. ptiraa ISSS: 
Ihrre-roar-oMa and \m pf farlonaa 
Bla Bank 'UHitdon).,^ gai I I S* I S 7» 
(I'l Bobitr (Bravni S.M 4 SS 

Hf/ Di'tii* medto • 

'Muirooneri 

TMM. M $4. Aisa raa 
ha»o. oactar waisn. AHsvsr 

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aiieiit Kaiaht 't^«dM> tto 

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Max>an n. /a<k Whiitier. baa. 
Mfi'fnffer. LaSt rarpllne. Marlail 

S«»«nlh rae* P-irt*. |«M IhrMH 
'■Ida a»d UP mila aad •na-aiilaaath: 

naaaftiae 'La a«»n'< ii« «» i i as t t.ss 
T«aege asai <H«toMi) . ... tss t.ie 
aoral na« <gnsaertb>. 
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THg DAILY COLONI S T. VIC TO RIA, B.C. SATURPAY, MAY 23, 1931 



4V 



ELKS DOWN SONS TO TAKE FIRST BERTH 



Doc Webster Twirls 
Tribe to Fine 7-1 
Win in Senior Balli 



IVs Only Boloney; Bm-^ 



By Tim 
Dnmn by 



l«)iii;nl(.>n Nt»i Buir»u, Miinl(t»l 



Antlcred Crew liiis iiaid in Pinches to C balk Up Oiie 
Sided Victory — ^Art Minnis Turns la Bnlliant 
Gamt for WimicfB r 



Mks - . 

Tillicuma ...... 

Bonn of 
Eagles . 

Next gam*, 
SUu. vs. Sivles 



mm 

w. I*. 

... 4 ! 
..J i 

... 2 3 
.. 1 4 



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.000 
.400 
JOO 



M. PartMb If. .... till 

X KEorfAfi. Sb. I 1 1 • 

H. Cummins, cf. 4 0 0 1 

J. McKfnzle, m. .. 4 0 1 3 

C. R(-Uh( i. lb. . 3 0 0 7 

T. Bowdeji, c 3 117 

v p. ... a 1 I 0 




ANA(.K:ft Walter 

I ^ ir nn'i -i j kI 1 il'- 
Kllcs ball club 
climbed Into un- 
dlflMtttd tltBt 

bettitetlMrMt 

for the 
Amateur 

ball League 

bunting la.st 

II 1 K !. f at the 
il o y a 1 Athlriic 
Park by i«kliig 
the Soas of Can- 
ada Into camp 
by a 7-1 score. 
The antlered 

tribe hit bard In tta* plndiM be- 
hind the atiady pttdd^oT Dot 
WMater and tMr «Mi ^ «« dt* 
lerved. 

TIM Bks played ti ' ; me 
(rf ban a« they did on Monday 
they whitewashed the TUllcums. 
Errors wcrr few and far between In 
the Elks" camp, only one muscur 
creeping Into their play, on the 
other hand the Sons had four 
chalked up agalnet them, the ma- 
jority of which proved ooetly. 

Jaek ]f ohie want the dtotaaee for 
the Oanadkne, bat ««s unaleady at 
tlmii. enwriany Mi In tha flstwc 
wtien the Bka fol to Mai for four 

a In tbi olthtli and two In the 
canto. 

FO'- 'il'' flr. ' tl.icr ':, lines the 
Mi'ia'!'- tHiirrl .srncl a runner 

< ' 'v. u,r ii'u'i Norm Forbr.s 
.^laricd the fire.vork.s In the fourth 
when he doubled to centrafleVd. 
Morgan scored Forbes when he 
caught one of Noble's fast ones and 
hit the left field feaoe. BO tilad to 
itrotoh It to a tteoo-batterand 
tacved out as he lUd Into the 
Cummins grounded out to Cnig 
bad McKenUt H W n id aolt to, end 
Che Inning. 

The Sorvs came back in their half 
of the fourth and tied fhr srmf 
Down singled through !ii t c 
Holman struck out. Down wa.s 
caught napping off first base and 
was tagged out. Bacon laced out 
a long hit to right fteld for three 
baaee and scored on HUton's single. 
Dohertv foiuied to end matters, 

Sn tna Mffitb fkame the Bam 
iHuiui^ iMe air and by the time 
tbey eOBM back to earth the Ellu 
had seared four runs, Webster, 
Dunn, Mlnnls and Morgan .scoring 
on a .series nf h\ta. errors and 
walks. ;^iin,> by Bowden and 
Mlnnls and a double by Forbes ac- 
counted for the Elks' WSt tWO fOM 
in the final stansa. 

The playing of the veteran Art 
MtiwlB at seeeod boso for the Elks 
WM thi ootmndHw fboture of the 
game. Mtnali ptajisd • beautiful 
gaaM: he raoed baek to nearly right 
4aM MrteT to take lOQg iilgh flies, 
wMe he scampered around his 
position. ploklnK up hard drives to 
throw out sever* 1 of the Sons at 



Toiala ....... 

( ' Campbell, 3b. 
J {'r,ilg. ss. ... 
H Down. rf. ... 
W. Holman. cf. . 
J. Bacon, c. ... 
C. SBUon. Sb. . 
H. Doherty, If. . 
C. CotUns, lb. . 
J. Noble, p. 



..34 H ■ . .1 1 

AB H H {H J A i: 



.. 4 
4 
4 

.. S 

..a 

.. 4 
.. 4 
.. 4 
S 



1 2 

2 1 
1 1 



Totals 33 1 9 37 13 4 

Score by iBIiingft^ R 
KIM 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2—7 

! ..n.s 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0—1 

Bummary - Two-baM hits: Pwbes, 
Morgan, McKenzle. Webster. Three- 
base hits: Bacon. Stolen bases: r. 
Campbell, Bacon (2), Dunn. Mlnm.s 
Double plays: Webster to Belcher to 
ICaKaiuie; Noble to Oettina to 
CMBponL BirueK vm. mf wtmm, *; 
Webetori 1. Baees on battat Off 
NoMi. 4. mt by pitched baB: Bacon, 
by IPtotm (3) Wild pttehee: 
Noble ~?3y. Left on bases: Elks, 3; 
Soiu of Canada, b. Time of game: 
1:43:00 

Umpire.^ Simpson and Brynjolf- 





TWINBILI. 
TO 1V£ Hi* 

Brooklyn Deleats Phillies in 
Double -Header to Take 
Fifth Place 



B(>.\ >i ORE 
Elk.v- AB. R. H. PO. A. E. 

U. Dunn, rf ft 1 3 I 0 0 

A. MUttilS. a>. ... ft 1 1 4 3 0 



Team 
Managers! 

laitiala and Monograms for 
sports sweaters made to 
order. S4e as for expert 
workmiMMp. 

Plimle> & Ritchie, Ltd. 



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Rayon Silk 

POLO SHIRTS 

Blue, Green, Sand, White 
Tffeal for Sports Wear 

PIICE&SMIIH,UB. 

614 YATBt ITRSBT 



FM VMI FIMIM 
TIIP 

For tkO Vly That tto Tlwut Are 

Tsking 

The Kight Spoon to Land the 
Big reUowa 

M.AH.A.FOX 

: '■ Vif w Street 
Open Saturday Nights 



AMERICAN LEAGUE 

GAMES POSTPONED 

r'HH.AiJKl i'UlA, May 22. -The 
Br'K'kJyii Jloblns Jumped from 
seventh jilme to fifth u> the Na- 
tional league .•standing today by 
winning both games of a double- 
header from the Phillies, 3 to S and 
5 to 3. Babe Harman'a thM imiKm 
home run, with two m baaa, de- 
cided tho asosMI wmm. 

First Oono- R. R. B. 

Brooklyn 3 7 i 

Philadelphia 2 7 1 

Batterie.s - Vance, Quinn and 
Lopez: Bengc. Watt and Davis. 

Second OaWO B. H. E. 

Brooklyn ft 10 1 

PhlladelphU 3 0 2 

Batteries — Shaute and 
Collins and Davis. 

(Only games scheduled.) 

COAfT LCAOUK 
At Los Anteloo-> R 

Missions 3 

Los Angeles 4 

Batteries— Lleber and Brenael; 
Nelson and Schulte. 

At San Pranelaoo— r. h. b 

Hollywood .... 13 90 3 

San rtanolioo 4 7 7 

Ba t te ri es T Ba, Aadenon and 
Boarisr: ztna. tfrnwuplt. Hsndsr- 
son and Peqobsky. 

At Sacramento— R. H. E. 

Portland - 7 14 2 

Sacramento 0 7 0 

Batterle.*- Bowman and Fitzpal- 
rlck; Vinci and WirtS. 

At Oakland—' , R 

Seattle i 

Oakland | 

Batteriea— Ruether attd 
Ortman and Read. 

AMERICAN LEAOUB 
Detroit-8t. Louis, postponed. 
Chicago-Cleveland, postpooad. 
(Only gamsa aehsdwad.) 

INTERNATIONAL LEAGIIB 
Reading. 9-1; Baltimore. 7-2. 
nufTaln. 10, Montreal. 
Newark. 3; Jersey City, 0. 
(Only games sehadulod.) 

(.atiadiuu 1 Ule 
Bout on June t 

VANOOUYBR. May 33 (OT)^ 

Matchmaker Corcoran, of 'Taronto. 
wired Jaek Allen, manager of BlOy 
Town.vnd. today, that all was ready 
for the June 8 date for Towusend 
In T'orontn ("nrcoran said that i( 
Jsckle PhlllliYi will not defend his 
crown on that date. Oeorge Bidders 
will be substituted for the tlUe- 
holdrr. and the Ontario Boxing 
c:ommisslon wfU rsoognm tho win- 
ner as wtitroinin Hjmmm or 
CTanoda. 



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VAROOtTVBR. May 33 (CP).— The 
Vancouver Klwanis CTub will pay 
an Intorrlub visit to Virtrvrla on 
June 9. when a golf toiimament 
will be staged. 



DAVE FYVIE 

H«t always considered quality rather than puce should 
ht the kr\notr to «iothcg tconoMiy. Longer wear aad 
bettgg appearance. 

PltCBl ntOM 

FYVIE BROS. 
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Bobby Jones Says 
British Amateur 
Is Harde st Test 

Super Linksman Declares Eighteen-Hole Matches Most 
GrocUnf Major Toumamcnt — ^Declares Biidsh 
Ope& Second Hardeei, Hud, U.S.' Next ' 



Keen Competition 
Holds Sway at Oak 
Bay Schoo l Sports 

Bill RusadL MaryBrydcfi, J. Moloney and Joan Whar- 
ton Capture Track Titles at Big High School 
Meet — ^Himdrcdt Attend 



T. UAVEMEM 
LEADS HELD 
AI 



Before handrcds ef parents and 
frlands, tlM anaaal Oak Bay High 
Sehoel iMMk aad fWd iMet was 
carried, oat laHwday al ts weau at 
tfce nsawsfs Boai iriiiiis ttHI- 
mme nf the disryest ce m pe tMl on 

n. if.. Mil \rir>. prrvallinR. Bill 

Kii- ril ,.|i(iii»-H [hi- sfulor boyV 
< j> u II I Ir I M (1 1 1 ill ■ I « n d ^ 
VVeiglit fiii.-h'-i) III A i1f.iili."U l"i 
first pIrtT li'.noiv in the nil "r 

beya' CTcats. Mary Brjden, last 
ysai^ jonier school champion, 
raaa to 

nip. while Jooa Wharton 
throuch wHh tUftmt colors ta the 
junior girls' competition. 
The various races In both classes 
were close from start to finish, and 
the newly crowned school cham- 
pleoi were hard presaed to come 
throofb to the honors. Officials in 
charge are to bo oongiatalalod for 
the way they laR «• kttg B* 9t 
races. 

BOYS' EVENTS 
100 yards (ift and unden— i, A. 
Mayhow; S. D, Unklater; 8. J. Mo- 
loney. (If and over)— 1, B. FUa- 
gerakl: 3. W. BusseU; 3. J. BtfL 

High Jiunp (15 and under)— 1, R. 
Brst 4 ft. 9 Ins.; 2. O. Parker; 3, S 
Weight. (Ifi and oven 1, R. Fer- 
guson, 4 ft 10 Ins.; 2, W Rus-vll. 

230 yards <15 and unden— 1, a 
tlo, J. MaMnoy and S. Weight; 3. d. 

(It aat avar)— 1. w. 
: S, O. Beoshey: t, J. BsH. 
Slow Meyelo laeo— I, O. Ooadhike: 
3, R. Oarratt: 3. H. MaCLachlan 

Broad jump (10 and over)— 1. u 
Hilton. 18 ft. 7 Ins.; 2. M. Loughced, 
3 R Ferguson 1 15 and under)— 
I ^ 'Velght, 14 rt g Mi.; % Q. 
Parker. 3. .1 Moloney. 
440 yards <I6 and over) --!, E. 



Fltsgeraldi 3, W. RuaseU; 3. J. Bi 
* 19 and aaiar)— 1. D. LlfijOMw; S. 
Ian ABftis: I. W. Qotaan 

Oolf aproaeb-t, L. WIHaaM: S, P. 
Stovons; 3, Kon SliViBa. 

Relay race, Intor-year— 1. XIa; 3. 
Xb; 3. IX. 

Hurdles M.S and under' 1, K. 
Cook; 2, J Moloney; 3. W Ooniall. 
(l« snd ovsr) -1, W. Russell; 2, R. 
Ferguson; 3, C. Boughey. 

Wcyde obataels taso 1. J. 
rowman; X A. 
WelfliL 

OM baio* taea 
Miiariss, 

Onaolatlen race— 1. C. 

a. n F .r W Oorr.all 

1 !.K ill ar Won tjy X 

Thro«lnR nricket bail 
nv»ri I ' Bell 

B. DSonelly, 2, B. Blay. 3. 

OIRLS* EVENTS 

M VBrd.», il.") and iind'i ' 1 Josn 
WhsrU>n, 2, Winnie Wilhams .1 
Joan Oould. '16 and over' 1, 

Joan caaifbeU: 8, Maij Biydan; 1. 



High Jum^J (15 and under)— 1, 
Jonn Wharton; 2, Winnie Williams; 
3. Helen Bvo. (IS aad ovor)— 1, 
Mary Brydio; t. Mary I W a; 8, 

Dorothy Plte. 

Hurdles (15 and under)— 1, Joan 
Wharton; 2, Winnie Williams; 3, 
Helen Eve. (10 and ovor— 1, Mary 
Hryden; S. Pat PiMMtB; h OONthy 

rit*. 

Window Jumping (15 and under) 
— 1, Helen Bve; 3, Joan Wharton; 3. 
Beryl Wharton. (16 and over) — 

1, Mary Bryden; S, Dorothr ptte; 

3, Bthel Swan. 

Broad Jump (16 and under)— 1, 
Joan Wharton: 3, Winnie Williams; 

2. Mary Young. (16 and over)— 1, 
Mary Bryden; 2, Dorothy Plte; 3, 
Mary Thome. 

Nail driving— 1. Johnny Oroos: 2, 
AugusU Marshall; S, MoM 1006; 

4. Peggy MoNeiU. 

Class reUy-l. MatnculaHoo: 1 
Orade X; 8, Commorolals. 

Big and spoon— 1, Joaa Oaoip* 
bell; 3. OMot MdNoU: 1. iMdse 
Layard. 

French addttlOB. first year-1, 
Winnie Williams; 3, Helen Eve; 3, 
Beryl Bashford. 

Slow bicycle race— 1, Nancy Boyd; 
2. Mllva While 

French addition, vcond and third 
yeara— 1. Joan Campbell and Latsy 
Bird: S, Joan OoaM and Pagfy Mc- 
NeUL 

Throo-lsaMI race— 1, Pat BsMen 
and Jean Wharton; 2. Wtamlp Wil- 
liams and Augusta Marshall; 3. Pat 
Mrf!onnan and Joan Campbell. 

Tliread-lhe-needlr rnre I. Pat 
Unldrn and Johnny Oroos; 2. Nancy 
f\n\,\ und Mary Bparrowhawk, .1. 
Beatrice HoUum and BUen Oodfrey. 

Driving hoekey ball— 1. Mary 
Young: 3, Nancy Mspkan; S. Joan 
Whavlon. 

Oiaolation raoe 1, Beryl Baah- 
fosd; t, Aadssy Hart; 8, Margaret 



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tour of 



WESTrUNE-Uf 

Hm VWorIa West line-up for 
their Peden Cup football Anal 
against the Jokar» at Rearms H <' 
Part this afternoon, at 3 o'c1<^ k 
as follows: ReataU. Reg Bbaiika, 
Thooipaon. Borde, Peden, Stowart, 
T( 




Duncan Golfer Headt Home 
Strong List of Startort 
in UHsland Matt 

MATSON IS SECOND; 

IWU yVUMEN IN TIE 



rSp«cla) to The Colonist) 

QUALICUM. May 23.— PUying a 
steady brand Off fOtt fnm tOO to 
green, T Havemever. of Duncan, 
captured the qualifying round In the 
annual Upper Xriand toomament 

held today whoa he circled the 
sporty nine-hole Qualicum Bcacii 
Oolf Club cmjrse twice for an eight- 
een-hole total of 78. Mrs. T^e<*dale. 
of Vancouver, and Ml.s.s Audaln. 
Victoria, finished in a tie for the 
women's honors with eards Of SS. 

Bight OR tho ffantan iriayofa 
hoeta earns Jaek Matsoo. l^toria. 
holder of the Victoria Oolf Chib 
champlon.sJilp. with a card of 80: 

while N. Phllmer, of Nanalmo. and 
r>r Margeson, from the sam« city, 
divided third plaoa BSOSTS with 
scares of 81. 

Mrs. Tasftdala and Mtas Audaln 
wen awiHa<y at ttaos. but ralhed 
during the last nine to share the 
medal honors in the women's divi- 
sion. Miss Hogan. of Duncan, fln- 
i.shcd In third place with a card of 
97 while the remainder of the field 
wrrr rlos^-ly Bunrhrd 

Match play will commence t/xlay, 
and many close matches are ex- 
pected to.be seen before ttio cham- 



By VDWARU 1 AWRli-N( t 
I C'oprrif tit, ICJl, by (lie Nuilh Aintrlcan 
Newipapar AUl«n< r miit 'D.e l^ii AiineJti 

1 -A <■ . 

PLINTRIlXit. COUNTltY ri,UB, 
PASADKN.^, <^hI May 22 Hobby 
Jonei lb liomesick — not for the 
thrill of milling, admiring galleries 
—not for tho hoat of oowipotttlon 
at Forfaiildro aoxt month, wlien 
the kti«a «r self waai Mttor battle 
ow Oanoostle'a fbvwaya for the 
honor of winning the.BrHiah Open 
champlon-^hlp— but Just to be baek 
ftllh hoii!!' !'>ik. dl Allan!,. I and a 
qijipt, litiii ►;ii!iic w lt.il ihf laami> 
miniS'iT ■ HlK H(>t>bv .lones ' tnd a 
Iriend or two at Ba»t Lake. 

For Boii^y Jonea— havlnf tasted 
tho fknlta of vtetory aa man over 
has hofeas htaa. and probably nerer 
wUl again— has decided to take Ben 
Franklin's adTloe and "not pay too 
much for Ills whistle." 

Nor can we but agree with Bob, 
sitting here at luncheon thla bright, 
siuuhlny day, and compare the 
happy-go-lucky, carefree BoMf of 
today witb the <wan. drawn yeaag 
American of a year ai» who 
snat^ied victory fron lisfsat In 
grtMllng match afteggruenng match 
over St. Andrews treacherous ter- 
rain, only to face the eoul-seartng 
trials of the BrttL.h OpSB at BOy- 
lake a few day^ later.' 

"Bob," we ask, "come on now, be 
frank. Wouldn't you Uko to be 
playing In tho British Open again 
this year?" 

Bobby .stoiM eating, .soup spoon In 
hand, and replies, "I surely WOllM 
like to be home in Atlanta." 

Thai's Bob'.s way Of HfBlC no, 

emphatically noi 

TO WATCH VM. OPBN 

Bobby s mental attitude has un- 
dergone a complete tran-sltion in 
the past year. For the tlr.st time In 
his life, although he has won more 
major champlon.^iilp.-. than any 
other man alive. Bob will be gal- 
lerylng his first chaiii;)lonship when 
he attends the National Open at 
Invexnesa with Ob B. Xstlir In July. 
Ha la fitttat a gcaal klok oat of 
playlnc tho soaw for tho fan of it. 
and not saylns to say to hhaself, 
"I've Just got to win ODO awjor 
champioruship this yoar; ovscyons 
expects it of me." 

With Bob. it's the same proposi- 
tion as tho ^circus performer who, 
after working for twenty years un- 
der tho Mc tont. ooaMs BMfc to see 
hia llfst eseus as a s^aetatar. 

Bob's mental chiingo caB ka ex- 
plained in this way. 

If. a year ago, some excited 
friend had come up to Bobby at St. 
Andrews and said in a hushed 
tsM, "I Jaot hoard ttet Henry Cot- 
ton etiot a S3 at ■ailaka.'' Bohby 
would probably hata had that 
empty feeling ixudde and remarked 
to lilm.self, "That guy'.s hot and I'll 
have to look out for hun." 

niii if OB. said to Bol^ today 
Just read Henry Cotton had a 62 
at Carnoustie." Bqb would Just grin 
and xoply. 'Tvat'a great, OB.; hope 
he Iheots a SS on his neat round 
UKES MAC SMITH 
Bobby shows a natural reticence 
in selecting a favorite to, win the 
British Open. There is no doubt, 
howerer, that BOb would like to see 
Mae Smith win tho championship. 
In a senss BObby fasls guilty of 
keeping Mac from winning both tho 
British and American Opens, and 
he agrees that It would i>e a fine 
thing for the game if the brllllanl 
Carnou.sUe veteraa ohaaU waft off 
with the "mug. ' 

11M foor thnsa ohamfdoB has no 
way of ooanaitas Boylake wtth 
Carnoustie, alllMBSh he says the 
former is the greateet test of cham- 
pionship golf he has ever played. 
Bobby believe.s the five finishing 
holefi at Hoylakr, totaling 2.3S8 
yards, or an average of approxi- 
mately 457 yard.s per hole, are un- 
matched in tht world. He compares 
the six finishing holes on the old 
St. Andrews course favorably with 
the last six holos at Mevlahe, but 
the palm for latBiM foas to the 
latter links. 

'The only ttane I over played Car- 
noustie," said BOb, "was after win- 
ning the British open rhamplonshlp 
in 1927 at Rt. Andrew ) ' r i i 

home of many grea; tv, i .i. 

is the birthplace of Stewart Maiden 
and I wanted to make a ptlgrlmaKe 
there for that reason. 

"Carnoustie was hard as a ro<k 
the day 1 played It, and a gallery 
of 7,000 following the match pre- 
vented me from forailng any lasting 
impreegioni of tho oourss. Oaraous- 
Bo, Aowtrer, is long, moas u rlng 
mors than IJM yards, and wfll un- 
Mi a I 



tlonal open as the third hardest of 
the quartette. 

Bobby wlU bo leavlaf Seafhsm 
Caiifomla Joit about tha thaa the 
boys are teehig off for tha first 
roimd at Carnoustie. 

TUIIEE TILTS 
DN CRICKET 

CABDTDDAY 

FM Intercity MatohofSaa- 
ton Scheduled at Uni« 
.versity Grounda 

VICTORIA TO MFET 

CHURCHMEAI AT HILL 



RADIO 
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$18$ Westinghi 
$89.50 

$160 SPARTON 
$85.00 

$108 SPARTON 
$69.50 

$175 FADA 

$95.00 

$165Stewart-WafBer 
$99.50 

TTiese specials arc all new 
and fully gtiaranteed. We 
deliver and instetl and gtVt 
you termi as low at 

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Plenty of action will be wKiir.s.sf'<i 
In the cricket world this morning 
and aftsmooQ or tho tooal iMmr 

starting at 10 30 a rr the first ta> 

terclty match of the season will fst 

under way at tho Uhtraralty SMwel 

ground"!, when an AU-Star Victoria 
squad will oppose a representative 
eleven from Vancon ■ i 

With both squads f UKi w.f: f rniid i 
oble I K'i soniieLs. a rIotNe ,■.! : l^^;^,'l^• Vs ' 
expelled In tlie second altracUon, 
the Victoria Cricket Club will clash 
with the Five O'a at the Bsaooo Hill 
grounds at 3:1$ o'Oleek. while tho 
Wanderers have arranged a friendly 
match b e t wee n the captain and vlee- 
captaln's teams. The nirerefrntions 
will meet at 2:30 o clock at Work 
Point Barrack.s. 

Line-ups ff)llow: 

Victoria All-atais— Weaver. Ham- 
ber. Leggat. Macked Urum, J. 
Holmes (University Si l.ool), O. 

Holmes, Hardlsty tSt Aldan's). 
Doonelly. Nation (Ook Bay Wth), 
Swordsr (St. Mtehaol'a). 
' Vietorta Orloket Club— A. Bennett, 
B. Bbad. O. O. Orant, O. Peberdy. 
r. Alhreod. A. OiUesple. Baiber- 
Starkey. P. Saxton-WhBik T. BBBth 
and H. A. Ooward. 

Five C s P C I'avne, T Quain- 
ton, A. Attwell. F. Comley, H Ed- 
wards, A. Lea, G. Payne, C. M. Oalt, 
R. E^d^nrds, Nurse and Nacmlngttm. 

CapUln's team-i-B. X^thahjr. R. A. 
Wlliooi. A. O. Leok F. Mbifhaaj. J. 
Nomtagton, o. Aastta, F. Booaoat 
R. A. Moff att, F. BMMI, A W. Wil- 
son. F. King. 

Vice -Captain's team— A .T Dar- 
CTis. R. W. Porbes, J. Conway. F 
M'^ffatt. H A Fowaker, A C isun- 

dork A J coueu. A. J. Porter, E. 
Hou'^eiev. L. w« Va«|haa sat /. t. 

It'll . 



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Thirty-Two Members to Trr off at 
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lUU .ViLl 11 HJH VNHl.xirLE 

It was the British open champion- 
ship that brought Bohbs to the con- 
ehRlOB that ho mm "Mat too 
ameh for hk aHlrtlt.* 

Thsa who oaat ui a l s r s ta ad how 
Bobby could drop out of champion- 
siup competition and not feel the 
urge to return to the game, fall to 
appreciate the tremendous physical 
and mental strain Bob underwent 
In wlrmlng four major champion- 
ships In one y«ar. 

It wasn't until the National open 
at mterlachen. where Bobby fared 
another hell of uncertatlnty with 
Mao Smith again at his heels, that 
Boh BMda his final 

asB. 

Aad haete « 
stkk to R. nat's hh 

8o^ tf paofls ai 
I Bob oalif shows a 

I retunui from the Bt 
lie has during the ;>«.■ 
the British air:«t;eliu- 
surprlsmfi for Hoo has put that all 
behind hun Ar.d M BSlSV days 
"It's a KTMod fseling." 

n r r time ktaig picks the 
tlonal amateur as the sasisst. apd 
the British aosatetar. with Ma aMny 
eB^toen-hole raaada. aa the OKiet 
^fealt of tha f I 
to win. Bo n 
as tha soeond hardast aad tho Na- 



will 



when 

tnt^mt in 

a.s 

;. I, in 
Il won t be 
11 



Thirty-two golfers belonging to 
the Pacific Club will Kather tomor- 
row mornlryc at the lioyal Colwood 
Golf and Country Club to tee off 
in the annual tournament with the 
Marks Cup at sUke The field will 
get away In foursomes, the first 
group leaviiiK the Initial tee at 
10:30 o'clock. The draw follows: 

IO:30-Oaptata R. Berrfll (St), O. 
Denham (IS), Dr. F. M. Bryant (14) 
and K K. Porry (IS). 

lOiSS-TlKwas Oole (SU. V. C. 
Martin (10). B. N. Horsey (IS) and 
V. Meston (10). 

10:4O-W. B. Ryan (34). Dr. M. 
J. KeyK MS). Or George ROB (lf> 
and H O KIrkham (16> 

10 4f>— W J. Johnston <22> D W ' 
Spence 1 24 1. T. 8. McPherson ilB'j 
and A W Millar (11). ( 

10 M) -H E Hunnings (14>, Byron 
Johnson <18), L. B. maMR (SI) 
and Major Waimr (S«)« 

lojs-^. J. oanooR OS), oi. o. 



Leach (18i, M ^l- 24 > and I.. S, 
V. York (IH 

11:00— Dr. McMicking at), 4, B. 
O. Mu^nvo (S>. B. R. OloOrtOtl 
aad W. O. Moresby (IT). 

ll:SB-4. M. AmB (M). J. B. 
lAmbsrt (to O. & MMhR (Sl> SBt 
J. P. Fordo (St). 

omni ons 

BIOJXPUCE 

Cards' Slugger Rrplaces Ar« 
latt in Select Half Oazif 
Hittart 4 

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Ailstt 

the Big Six batti! l!.-* of the major 
leaguea yesterday as he went to bat 
eight ttmas and got only ono hit 
whilo the PhlUlea v-.e lo*ilng two 
games to Braektyn. lErnle Orsatti 
cams baeft Into tho Big Six to ra- 
piaos hiaa. AB 
idle yootsaday: 
Tha standing; 



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true te «s .us 

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Kuth. Y>nl««i 

PMlMrBtll. WhlU Box. 
asoMsoe. Rods 
Hmmiby. Oobo ....... 

Oritlti. Cardlnsli 

HOME RUN STANDING 

Home runs yebterday; 
tlr'-man. Robins . -»»»»..■»».. 1 

Frederlrk, RoblnS -—rrm — i Tr »T« 1 

Whltnev. PhiUlsa ..^.........^ 1 

Tlie leaders: 

Artett. Phillies ..n^.. ...»„,..... S 

Klein. PhUUas • i 

Simmons. (l.rW8Moo S 

Gehrig, Yankeaa .. T 

Homsby, Cubs g 

BhMge. Senators g 

Cochrane, Athletics ............. S 

Herman, Roblna . -- ,. f 

League totala: 

American .113 

N«' ^..107 



AZTECS TO HOLD 

FLANNEL DAMCE 

The plus four ajul f.aimel dance 
to be held at Longford I^ake under 
the auspices of the Astocs Ctaih OB 
Monday night Is oaaoetod to ht ono 
cf the ammr* ogifandliis aoolal 
oTsntt of tho ssason. With a fint 
elass o r o h os ti a In attendance and a 
number of novelty features, the pro« 
gramme promises to be a great suc« 
ceaa. Dancing will be from » till 1, 
and a large att/'ndance L-s expected. 



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-TH'E DAtf.V COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SATCRDAV. MAY 23, 1931 



/ 



Churches and Their World- 




Work 



ptanley P. Smith, 
Famous Missionary 
^ Athlete, Ends Work 

Leader of Noicd Cambridge Seven ot C-hina inland 
Mission, Died Recently in China After Forty* « 
• FIvt Yeirt Senrkc 

r .. : 

r.ftiltli in Ctoin> nmfk «■< of the 
innnniw to <!» Uf« of thr dwreh 

ftl tblM hUtar «a.v. V. the story 
of the "Cambridge be, en, ' a kioup 
of atlletlc leaders in univr-r>us 
Ute, wbo. under tte Influence ol the. 
lloo<r fcnlMjr mywnxnt In Cnc- 
land and •( IhwItMi ttiykr, gave 
tiMmMhrM tatjr-llvt yMoa afo to1 
mlariMMMT lervlee ki OIiIm under 
the China Inland Mission. 



It W^* Si;il.!rv SiiVtl, .stifikc nf 

('Rnibi)iU:f PiKht III IHHJ, 'Alui. 
■J. r h (' '1' S' JiM, a iiiciiiljcr uf the 
Ail KiiKland team agauisl Au<- 
tr:>i.a in the Aahes match, took the 
lead In volunteerinc ior mlaalona 
and In touring the country previous 
|g tolBg. Tmmittfim enthugia^ 
vaa arooMd, mpaeMtf MBonc 
•tudents Profeisor Henry Drum- 
mon(i eagerly joined tbem In their 



Rnl(MiffCM.SeMrt 

Cbaaikcri St. atk4 Pandor* Atc. 

Thli Church It • Branch of tht 
Wothtr Ohnreh 
Tht Flr»l Churrh of Ohrli». 8ci»r>' ■ 
In Boiton, MaiMchuwttJ 

auAday S«rvlc«(, II A M and 7 90 PM 

8ub)rrl 

-MUL AMP moot" 
mt^t Mm ttm au. it am. 

rrttlmealal MMtInt Wcdnradar. • P U. 
KaadlH-ltoem and Utndlu Ukrmrr. 
•13 aairvart aMmt^ ' 
AU Ar« WtleooM 



campaign. Canadian and 
Amgrlegn universities were also 
greatly stirred bv the visit of J. B. 

K. etiidd brother of C. T Studd, 
aiifl rf-ir:.tl\ Masor nf I.nmioii, and 
litM'i' numbers of men Joined the 
n^ 'Aiv lurmed ludent VMUBteer 
Movement. 

rti» late Mr. iBitth. who worked 
for nearly a half century in Shansi, 
was described by Sir Montagu 
Beauchamp at the menioMal service 
in I^nrdon as a "iiPini-ndon.s per- 
. 'inHlit', , H iii.ih 'if wuiKti ilul ability 
and yet more wonderful humility, a 
man whom you could not help lov- 
ing, wboae great qualities were con- 
secrated absolutely to his work." 
The first of tba band to die 
Bishop OasMs ta inn O.T. 
is fighting on IB fiMt waahwas In 
heart at AfAm. llr. D. B. 
H sW' 1. u> the lliAd of tlM China 

mm mf 

IN KtLUilUN 



CITY TEMPLE 
IKES MOVE 

On Seventh Anniversary 
Local Body Embarks on 
New Proyranime 

VIRTUOUS VAGABONDS 
»S DR. DAVIS' TOPIC 



^R. A, f. BARTON 

PROGRESSIVE 
THOUGHT 
TEMPLE 

SSR Pandsra Avrnvr 



"HOW JCHi s PAii) Hi> 1)1 nrs" 
Tutiday, • P.M.— Health l^ri-nr on 
"■OW WBONO KATINC CAtbCS 



Or. WUaon Takes Teglial 



At W( 



ftwwUl Offarliu 



. i:aei Mrs 

8.0.& HtH: SUt. 



Both mlnisten will preach at 

First United Church. Quadra 
Street, tomorrow. Dr. Wil.son will 
continue his discu-vlon of the situa- 
tjon in Russia by speaking on "The 
Collapse of Rehglon in Russia." 
Rev. Bruce O. Gray wUl praach In 



, UNITY CENTRE 

li .si'H.rr Mt' 1, I i,)n firant 

aub.'^ri Tlir. \ ol( E OP OOD ■ 

' T 30 p .\« <Jr»., k<- ■ Batttt 
* • A H \ r \K UPE7- 

■' ■ ■ '•• . ■ II A.M. 
Superinlf ndrni Mr llaroM Pratt 

>r, 3 *S P M Tha lUlt asg 

Haallnt Hrxir 

ThurKjar. « P M Musical Heallot 
TburadM, T 4« P M - Tht Utusl BUMly 
ClaM 

oflica mmuu, a ta 4 
Koadins-iiM* Oaaa M AJi. la • t.U. 
Moon PrMMrtly Untf Wntf Oar 



Church Lwit d tn 
Suggm Prayer 
Far the Empire 

THB AreUUshop of York 
and aemal ottMr bWieiM 
and laadeta of the Free 

Chmbop have signed an ap- 
peal for prayer for Empire 
Day. "This year, by a happy 
coincidence, Whitsunday falls 
on Empire Da-, and we hojje 
that all clergy and mlnl.sters 
of rellR'on will adopt the sug- 
gest fori on the use of the 23rd 
P.salni, recently brocwlcast by 
F R Appleton in the Silent 
Fellow.ihlp. endeavoring In 
their sermons on that day to 
eneouragt their co p grefatloaa 
to mow thalr tmat la the 
komrtlfgi Fathertiood of Ood 
and to pray for the light of 
the Holy BpU-lt upon the Brit- 
ish Bmplre. Proaperity ob- 
tained In this way can only 
prove a Uaaalnf to tlM wbolo 
world." 



The seventh anniversary oC the 
VMorta Olty Temple wBl be cele- 
brated at both .service.s on Sunday. 
Dr. Ciem Oavks, the minister, 
ptoadikig OB JMAh ooaaatona. The 
city Temple WM founded May 34. 
i»24, the first icrvicea being held 
at the Oaiiltol Theatre, the con- 
gregatlen on the followinK .sundav 
occupying the Royal Victoria ihe 
atre owIhk Id the immense crowd.s 

Tcmorrow will mark, the com- 
mencement of a City Itaaple for- 
ward movement, looonttf Inau- 
gUnUed br the board of nanage- 
nant. Brlofljr, the forward nu>ve- , 
mont Involves the reorganization of ] 
the.WbOla institution, the gathering ' 
of new members, the elimination of 
heavy overhead exiien,-e.s through 
this period of economic depression 
by revamping Temple Hall into an 
auditorium, rai.sing of funds within 
the next few days to complete that 
project, prospective plana for dedi- 
cation about the second WMk in 
Jaly, lowotny or CtVf iwud* oboir. 
and ootaMlaUnt of the church 
«»»oae by eo-operatlva oupport of 
«a a ntiro nembershlp. City Temple 
HMmbors and adherents are now 
being asked to make their pledges 
toward the fund for the revamp- 
ing of Temple Hall, and It Is ex- 
perted that the C«BtlM( WlD lie let 
about June 1. 

ro€ the anmversary services Dr. 

Davles has chosen for his morning 
subject. "What We Are Aiming At." 
The choir will .sing Smart .s anthem. 
"God Is a Spirit, ■ and there will be 
a duet entitled "He Lifted Me ■ 
sung by Mr.s H. W. Carter-Page 
(nee Audrey Bennett) and Miss 
BUeen Bennett lika Bmnett wiU 
also sing "Bia Bro Is Ob the Spar- 
row." At the evanlne service the 
nUnlsler's subject win be "Virtuous 
Vagabonds." in which Dr Da\ ie.s 
win endeavor to show how the city 
Temple ha.s endeavored lo reach 
the unchurched ma.s.scs in nil walks 
of life In its rlty-wlde niinl.-.try. The 
evening anthem will be "As the 
Hart Pants" < Mendelssohn). Mrs 
Oeorgina Watt. contnQto soMgt. 
will sing "o Lord. Have Morey" 
(BeigoUal). 

Hie school of religious education, 
under the direction of o a a. 
Hebden. will meet at Temple Hall 
at 8:45 o'clock. 

The annual meeting and election 
of officers of the Victoria City 
Temple will take place at Teipple 
Hall on Friday, May 23. when a new 
board of management wUl be' 
•l«Jt«J for the ensuing yw. ' 




DR.SlPPB£liAI 

METflOPOUTAN 

Jubilee Hospital Oradi 



trd 



NBW St. Edward's (the Confessor) Church, u 
to divine worship, January 15, 1928. The firt,t churt.. of ^;* ' . . i 
w.is built in 1902 and enlarged ui 1912. The present h(iu,ie ol woisiiip 
st.if'.ds 1,11 tiie s'te where the foundei ff the city built his home. In eaily 
(l.!vs tlie Catholics of bur. .mi were hw kt l .ifter by the priest at CowKhan 
and later mass wa.s said fur scattered white CathoIir>; on Somenos Re 
The new chn.ih is Romanesque in style w •. exteiioi of 
It is 75 X 36 feet and has a tower 64 feet high. Over the door 



On Sunday aaomlag at Metro- 
poMtan Ohttreh Dr. seott will 

prearh 'he baccalaureate seimon to 
the K'aduate oursos of the Jubilee 
Hospital. The friends of tho nurses 
wiu be given a oonUal woleome to 
join in this aervioe. Ai the eventaig 
•ervloe the congregation will wel- 
' ome Dr. Slpprell to the pulpit on 
hLs return fro-ji a tiii) tlnuugh 
Kurope Riid to rale Hiir Dr Hip- 
prell ihosfii fi.i ill-, r\»MUMg 

ine.-,r,a«c, "aomr- 1 liiiig.s He Said to 
Men 

Speciui inu ;c ha.s been arranged 
for botii ,s(T\i( In the morning 
tlie anthem, "Bend Out Tliy Ltght." 
bv ( iounod. wis ba sunt, and Mn 
^- M. Morton wlU sing "Oonslder 
and Hear Me." by Wooler. At the 
evening service Mrs. w s Moore 
win sing the solo In Andrews an- 
them, "O Htr»iu;th and Stay," and 
Mrs U H Mft'onnan will .sing Al- 
litsen s "'I lKMf s a Land " Tlie 
choir will render "Land of Hope 
and Glory," by ~ 



New Society Takes 
. Name of Friend of 
Engl ish C riminals 

Jolin Howard Society Has Been Organized WClIb 

Object of Reforming Relc.i::eti Inmateg of 

B.C. Penitentiary and Jails ' 



serve. 

stucco 

way is an insc , 
in Honor of tt 



ription in Vermont marble, "To God. All Good. Almighty, 
It Mwacd." Tko titmr is of wbte atona an* aMrUa. 

. .1 I 1,11 .. 



Chitr ches Prepare for Many Camps 

During Coming Suiiinier 

EXTE3«ISIVB prsparatlons have been made by the churi h- and 
the B.C. Religious Education Council for the various Bummer 
camps to be held under their auspices. Eleven of theM centres of 
study and recreation have been provided for girls by the council and 
ten for boys, with two otl^ers for leaders. 

The bors of Victoria and Vancouver Island will make lAenry at 
Maple Lawn. Booka. July a-l*. under the big-brotherly oversight of 
P. V. 8boemak«r, of the local YMX3JL The glrla will toOow them, 
July 17-27. The hotel charges amount to only one dollar a day. 

Camp Artaban. on Gambler Istauid, will be occupied as the 
Angiiran leaders' training camp. July 18>ao. This Is held under the 

auspices vt the W A., tiM A.T.BJL Ij^d' tlM DiOmiin BOBTd Of 

RellgioiLs Kd.M alion. 



SOUL PAKALY8IH 
lybtT'WAKNINij 



mm m 
E mm 



Dean Qaalaiaa at Morning Prajer 
— Masio af Charles Wo " 
Be Largely Laed 



Rev. J. 



B. Rowell Uill i'reac'h 
;«llden Conrernlnr 
Sphltaal CoMnesa 



to 




Metropolitan United Church 

C»rB*r PsnSara Atcbm mm4 Qaa4rs Street 

IV. O. T Scott, nn. Interim Pastor; Prtd J. Robins. DirMloc Of TMint PeopUs 
Work ri'.Atj'i Parsonn. Ortanitt, Predcrl« Kiae* Ofeetf liMMtor 
BiBtfar acheot. t 45 A M ; Que MmUbc, Ad«lt Blkl* Class. IS A lt 

Aathoa. •Wiaa Oet Tby MsM** (Oeanod)' 



"OeasMar and Hear M»- (WooUn, Mrn. S. M. Morton 
"■OMB TlUNOa HK SAID To MKN ■ RIV. W J BIPPRELL. M.A.. D D. 
aalhein. "O 8tr»n«th and BUy ' (Andre«i>, Solo. Mrs W 8. Moert 
Mo. "There'i a Land" (AUltMn). Mri. D. B. McOmnaa 
Obanw, 'IMS a( Baaa aas ottrp" niBar) 
Wednasday. S tM-rnnt Bwvtaa. • S » m ^KiOarr ICeetini 



CENTRAL BAPTIST 



•a Aianu* mclweca Blanakard and Qunrtra 1 - Paaler, J 
Wa Preach ChrUt Crjclfinl. Crowned and Comlni 
Bvaday Behoel and Bible cia.nf. .t fl 45 a m All Wrkomt 
Mominf Worthip at U 
"OOCa UrPAlXIBLB WORD AND MAN S PATTH THf RESULTT' 

B«ac BsMatUoaa Ut tba Bomans 
avMiiae OeaatI airvlct at 7:M (Seng B»rvir. at 7 in) 

CREEPING PARALYSIS— 

OODO OHALUnrOS TO THE CHURCH OF . ^ 

^* r* far la SMk an hour aa y» think 



liiriiKi; 

PW OPiM 



Rev. H. P. s. Lnttrells Sermoa 
Centre«i on St. Paul— Choir to 
Bender Wershipf ■! Masie 

I 

Tlif minister of St Andrew's 
Presbvterinn Church, Rev. H. P 8 
Luftreii. B A . will preach tonior- 
row morning from hU own pulpit 
on "Paul at the Bar of Pubhc 
Opinion" (I Cor. Iv, J.4), and In the 
evening on "Tlie Infallible Tri- 
bunal" (I John 111. 20). The .service 
of praise will include the following 
Morning, solo. "Rolllnif and Foam- 
ing" (Haydn). Dr Harry Johns 
anthem. "Our Blest Redeemer" 
(Nieholt Kvenina;, solo. "Abide 
With Me" (Bohmi. Mi.ss Isabelle 
Crawford; anthem. 'Peaoe I Leave 
WMh Yott" (dm). 



NEW THOUGHT TEMPLE 

Ml MHSBV International Nfir Thdutfet BflkMaS 



n*U rart SIraat 
R»r. ijonei CI. XaavorUir. BMakst 



Mra a o. WafB. Btaalst 



HAM -TH* BONDAOK OP KWLiXr-. 7:M P M -•THB BSVOLT OP MAW 
.Trio from ;^T^"hauaer" ( Watntr) (Arrangad fc»Aj2Sf) 



'aaitoi Mrs. o. o. Waia* 



Mrs. Annie Spencer. vioTIn, Edwird 

Biutdar School. 11 AM - Mrs. 

naradar. i PM a mndr of the QiilmbT Man««tlBt'* 

aad mUrry are l;i hi« bflitf: but tli» wlad«MI St 
nn<\ p of man."— p. p, Qui^ibr 



Is er 



BRITISH 




ISRAEL 



'•HBi. AB 



British- Israel Federalion 

of Canada 

W. H. BLACKAJLUUt, rilriilHI 
THRSX LBCrURES Under th« Auspice, nf tht TIdOll 
Will Be Delivered it 8 P M. 
T^MBday, Wedneaday and Thursday. May 26. 27 and by 
«BSt Ite. Paaaeo Ooard. LL.D, F.ILO.I. 
Subjects: 

Tue.day-''The Kiofdom of God: Its Historic Ra,kK,„nn.l" 
VVedne.day— -The Kingdom of God i« the New Tcsument ' 
ThBrad^-Tbo KisfSm of. Go4( Its Historteal aJSJI' 

Ib ika OMTck Bf Ow Uti, BamMdt and ~-|ii _n 

^ ' ' ' ■ ' ' 'r I.ihrarv for 'hc Use of If embers 

A Ut-turc Over CKVVX at 5;J0 P.M. Simdays 



Vi 
-J 



"Ood'a Challenge to the Church 
of the Last Days and tlie Back- 
slider's Creeping Paralysis" will be 
tho stfbjoet of the Stnn^y evening 
sermon at the Central Baptist 
Church, Pandora Avenue. This 
sermon by Rev. J. B. Rowell is In- 
tended as a warning to believers 
who foel the threatexdagt of spirit- 
ual ccldnSBi. In the morning the 
pastar wm speak in -Ooer* infaU- 
iUe Word and Man's Faith: the Re- 
sults." being expositions in the 
Epistle to the Romans. 

The Bunday school and Bible 
class at 9 45 o'clock; Tuesday Bible 
class at g, tbemo. "Hm Hebrew 
Mooanby,* and a question boot cn, 
tha quartar'B lessons; prayer mset- 
Ing. llrarsday at 8, theme for medi- 
tation, "Hindrances to Revival and 
sins of Commission"; B.Y.P.U., Fri- 
day at g. 

EMPIRE THEMES 

AT CENTENmAL 

Centennial will observe Cmpire 
Day with services of exceptional ap- 
peal The morning and evening 
thPHie-s will be complemeniar- to 
each other I nthe morning Rev. O. 
Prlngle will have as his sermon 
subject "Ourselves." speaking of 
Oaaada and the Empire, in the 
evenlnt tho tbo««hts ot the eon- 
giegaUen win ba oarrM bayond the 



Briti^ Empire undec thB heading 
of "Othera." Very flttii«Iy an In- 
tensely intareoting programma of 
wocflhlp hag been prepared by the 
Victoria Ohtnese and ° Japanese 

Christians to be given in Centennial _ ^w,>,...u.» 

the same evening. It will consist | preach at' the Even5o"ng''service''at 



The church works of the English 
composer, Charles Woods, will pre- 
domhute at aO tha aarvlees at 

Christ Chureh Cathedral on Sun- 
day. At 11 o'clock Chnrle.s -Woods' 
unaccompanied .setting of the Holy 
Communion will be sung, at E\'cn- 
song his maf^niHrat in D Minor 
and all the organ vohinlaries will 
be played from lil.s works. Stand- 
fords Te Deum at Matins, Att- 
wood's anthem, "Come, Holy 
Ohost." and descants wlU complete 
thb musical setUngs of the services. 

Holy OoflBmunion wUI be cele- 
brated at • o'clock and after 
shortened Mstlns. Matins at 11 
o'clock, when the Verv Rev. C. 8. 
Qualnton. Dean of Columbia. wiU 
preach The Rt Rev C D. Scho- 
fleld, Bi.shop of Columbia, will 



dialogues 
Oriental 



of fiongs. rccitatioivs, 
and addresses given by 
friends. 

In the morning Prank Tupman 
will sing "Land of Hope and Olory" 
lElgar). and the choir will give the 
anthem, '^Ooma Now aad 1M Vs 
Reason Together' (Pease). The 
evening anthem will be "How Lova- 
ly Are tha llmnwi" giidili 

sohn t . 

ATNANAIMU 



7:30. Holy Communion will also 
be celebrated on Monday. Thursday. 
Friday and ■aturday momtacs at g 

o'clock. 



W< 



Soeiely iotas 

~ ly hi iBf- 



Tamorrou?9 Sprrices in Citj and 
Di6lrirt 



rhrtYIf.*^'*!*.^!?* O, U. flaoford. II a.m., "The 

Christian Mhtistry of ReconeillaUon.'' 7 ao nm Fmnin. n«« 
»ervlce, 'HJuejn VtetorlaTSHifS^ mS'* 

AlL^2SrwJ?**^?'*L,'^''' ^•»^Jo"<' Watson Sermonettc on "The 
ABMrt^Billtgle.'' FYld«!, May 29, concert 

^ w ?*J o'lf"*''*' "'Victoria the Good " ChUdren s talk. "uSb 
Jack. 7:30 p m , reports from recent B.C. Conference] 

Garden CUy i nited-Rev. j. c Swltaer, BA. S pjn.. efatavh 
school 3pm. report from B. C. Conferonoe. ^ 

I airfield i nited— Rev Hugh Nlaao. 11 am. IMtakm attd a 

wd Thitr •^"«' 

.« ^iJJS!!!!L'5!f^'*~^ Xelmlo-Rov. R J. AmiiUge. BD. 

to YwiiJ^SSe.'?** ^ tha OhSah 

Kilos Preebyteriaii— Rev J .S Patterson 1 1 * m "Tlie Oood 
Samaritan": anthem. To Tliee .i>>hrer). 7:30 pjn., Percy WlUs of 
the Shant>mrn'8 As.soclatlon; anthem "SUB Of lb flatf " CKsnna) ■ 
•The Holy City ' (Adams), J Aylward 

St. Pnal's Ppeabyterlaii— C orner Mary and Henry SttoMSL Har 
O. F Cox II am. "The E>e.s of His Qtory." IM 9jZ^^imn' 
thhiK in I.irn l.^ NV,f a Oamble." ' 

(iorte Preabytcrtaa. TlUleam ■aad ftST. Dr. HMmBBOB. 11 

"Opportunity ' 7 pa., preacher. Rev. Ohas. Tboapsi 

7 




_____ J _-ev. O. L. Jull R am. Holy Com- 

. J » sermon. "What Does the Holy Spirit Mean?" 7 

^JB., WmlBUnday patrlctlc service, "Christianity the Vital llasi Of 
the Boor." Boys' Choir will make first appearance 

St. Panr« fiarrlnon. F.^tiimalt— Rev F C Chapman Whitsun- 
day ser-.i r. 8 am.. Holv f-.>mmnnl-n. 10:30 ajn.. Matins; 7 p.m.. 
BVan.".; '-acher, the re. t,,, 

St M irtin s-ln the-Fictds, Obsd AVBM»-4laV. ObDOD H. O. 
6to< ; II R and 11 am. Holy OOMlMalWr' 9 tm. 0MMi 
2 .10 p M, Holy BaoUsm. 

s( I uke-B. Mnr II IV. & Ryall. WMtsoaday. 11 
Morning^ Frayw. sermon aad floly OonmoBlon; hymn-anthem. 

f Attwood). 7:10 p.m.. Eve- 

^ Whal e dloeeaan mtwlon fund 

. A. <tafiaan. Fsattval of Pentecost 

11 BJh.. "TTie Holy Spirit in the Mod^n Chiirrh tuninr rholr, 
VThe Spirit of Ood** 7 W pm Ttir ct'f of ToTieues In the Mod- 
em r'tiurrli' , >t it,:. • IC-^l.' • Vn\<r nf Jesus" "Dvke," 

I nivrf«al sjMtii.iai ( hurrh "f < hn^t— Harmony Hall, 714 Fort 
Rtr^'-f 1 and 7 .10 pm. rvanc-. " l.tly WhMtal, "TliB ~ 

f. M r;- ,-,f AM'artiri, nt r^enlllC in \ irr 



A large delegation from the Vic- 
toria Baptist churches attended the 
Vancouver Island Asdbehrtlon of 
Baptist Charches. which met in 
Maaalmo Wadnesday afternoon and 
ovanbig under the presidency of 
Rev. O. A. Reynolds. At the after- 
noon session Rev. F W McKlnnon 
gave an address on "Vision." and 
Rev. Howard Plummcr. a niLsslon 
ary from Bolivia on furlough, told 
of work in that Baptist mission 
field. Addresses were given by 
members of the Women's Mission- 
ary ■oclety, in cludi n g Mrs. Boyer. 
of Vlanoouvar, and Mfs. W. P. Free- 
man and Mrs. M. R. Richardson, of 
Victoria. Consideration was given 
to the home mlaakm work on the 
Island. 

At the eveataC Seasion the prcsi- 
denllal address wa.s given by Rev 
O. A. Reynolds on "The Need of the 
Hour," followed by a sermon by 
Rev. M. 8. Richardson on "Paul's 
Heavenly Vision." Ilia Itanatano 
chureh snte r ta ta ad the vtattors 
from VtetorlB aad Chemataus for 
dinnof and suppar. Fred. Parfltt. of 
Victoria. Is secretaiy-traaamtr of 
the association 

RevoU of Man 
Is Theme ut 
New Thought 

Tlie morning service at the New 
Tliought Temple will be conducted 
by Rev. Uonel C. Kenworthy. who 
will speak on '"The Bondaga Of Be- 
Uaf." Mrs. CUflord Wan and Mrs. 
la. C. Kenworthy will open the serv- 
iea With Iterceuse. ' by Tor Aulln, 
aad "Valut d'Amour." by Elgar in 
the evening at 7:30 Mrs Anna 
Speiw^r. violinist : Edward Spencer, 
'cellist, and Mrs c c Warn, 
pianist, will give a Uio from "Tann- 
hauser. ■ by Wagner (arranged by 
Alden). Mr. Kenworthy will speak 
on "The Revolt of Man." On 
Thursday at g o'd odHlMW wffi be 
a lectors OB llw ^HlHi|f gMmu- 
scrtpts 



TO TAL K MISSIONS AT 
CHURCH OF OUR LORD 

Following the denominatlorial 
plan of devoting tomorrow to mis- 
sionarv propagwida. the rector ai 
the Church of Our Lord. Blanshard 
and Humboldt .streeU, Rev. Arthur 
deB. Owen, will praash hi the 
momtaf. aad la tho avMttaf A. O. 
R. Porwny. whp «a^ far aoma ysan 
in mfartoB wtrtc In OMna, wtn 



Boats Get 
Books and 
M agaz ines 

Tha thraa motor boats of the 

United Chureh Mission, vhidi lay 
in the Inner Harbor dunnt: the 
B.C. Conference meetings, carried 
away with them when they left 
Wednesday morning .s'^veral barrels 
full of reading matter contributed 
by the Women's Missionary Socie- 
ties of First and MeinpoUtan 
Churches for dlstrtbtttloa kk thair 
welfare work. 

Durtng thek- six days' stay at the 
landing place opposite the Empress 
Hotel the vessels were vl.«:tted by 
over a thousand p-^opie At the 
service on Saturday aft»»ri)n-)ti. con- 
ducted by Rev. Dr Mitchell, pres- 
ident of the B C. Conference, some 
of tlie past and present workers 
n ere introduced to the delegates as- 
.■^embied. Three veterans who wore 
given special mention were Captain 
Oliver. Rev. Oeorge Prtngle, former- 
ly of the Sky PUot, and Re\-. R. C. 
Scott, skipper of the Thomas 
Crosby, along with Re\ Oeorge 
Knox, of Cape Mudge; Rev H. D. 
Ash ford, now In charge of the Sky 
Pilot, and Rev Jas Dewar, m-ho has 
hren doing ml slon work with the 
Melvin Swartout on the West 
Coa-t Revs. G. B. Ridlaad Bad C. 
E. Motte have also dona aiaitaMt 
work for tha flhwreh. 

A i JUUN'S 



Both Clergymen Will Preach 
" m lo Re Ml 

On 



Tomorrow being WhlLsundav, the 
anniversary of the outpouring of 
the Holy Spirit at Pentscoet. the 
appointed .services will be held in 
.St. .John ^ Church. Quadra Street. 
The services for the day will consist 
of Holy Communion at t o'clock 
Morning Prayer and KMy Oom- 
munion at II and Bveneong at 7:M. 
The raetor. Hgv. Oanon Chadwlek, 
will praaeh at tha li o'clock serviee 
and Bav. Alan Oardlner i«t 7:M. 
The flurwlay school snd Anglican 
Young People s Bible Class will 
meet In the schoolroom. Mason 
Street, at in orlork 

In accordance with th* canon of 
the diocese, the offertory for the 
day will be devoted to the Oloeaaan 
Mission Fund Speelal prayors wOl 
be offered for Rev. A. M. ilohaacai 
Lyk. who Is to be adwaasad to the 
p rt sa th aod, and for Clarenee Lee 
who la ta he 



Thaa A. Jensen, of Oraee 
LHShsraa Char^ and delegate, win 
attend the aaaual meeting of the 
Factfle synod «f the TTnlt^d Luth- 
eran Church • ! 

in Seauie .via.> 25 28 



REV. C. REYNOLDS! 
WINNING SOVLS^ 



The pulpit of tho 
Church will be 
pastar. Rev. O. A 



First 

hy 

at both 

At the BMn- 

tog asrvlea Ma sabjaet wfll ba "the 
Wisdom of Wtomlag ■ouls." Psrcy 
Bdasoods will be the soloist The 
pastor's 'address at thr rvenlng 
serrlcp will be "At the < -o-,. r?o«fi 
of l.lfe Messrs. Hi^ne and 
Rii harrlson will 

Th'rr will mi 

^th tervlces. 



The endeavor to estaMhh. on 
their ralaass. tha tamatsa of Jails 
and pealtantlarlas as good and use- 
ful dttasns has been Inragnrated in 

tha dty or Vancouver at the insti- 
gation of the Oeneral Mltilsterial 
Association. The John Howard So- 
ciety has been organized as a prison 
gate a&soclatlon. representative of 
the churches, the executi.. m re- 
tary. of which Rev J n Hubrtcn, 
of Vancouver, will < < k to lend a 
helping hand to former lawbreak- 
ers, give them sympathy and en- 
couragement, assist than in astttBC^ 
work, and in every way possible play 
the part of a Christian friend 

Col. C. E. Edgett. warden of Brlt- 
I i.sh Columbia Penitentiary, and 
I Ma^islrat? H. C. Shaw, of Vancou- 
ver, have a.ssured their co-op?rauoii, 
and the prison chaplains, Rev. H. A. 
Ireland at Westminster, and Rev. J. 
P. Westman. at Okalla jail, will givo 
assistance. Promise of help In tod* 
ing employBiaat has been aaartved 
from t ha foor aanr laa dta ta of Van- 
eottver, and It Is a^^betod that in 
every oommuaity la tha provtoce a 
smaller or larger group will take a 
brotherly interest l a j/^mi 
seeking to. live anhqSSiniJaw 
abiding Ufe. 

Speaking before the United 
Church Conference here thi.s week, 
Mr. Hobden said that in tlve few 
days Uiat the office had been open, 
several men had sought his help 
and had been given a start in the 
right direction. 

John Howard, whoao name has 
been taken for thk-'UmdrftUongl 
movement, stands out as ono of the 
finest oontribotlons Bhgland has 
made to social progress. As Hlfeh 
Sheriff at Bedford, he began in 1773 
to devote himself to prison abuses. 
How wretched these were may be 
gathered from the leRUslation that 
was pa.ssed through his efTorts, such 
as that the walls and ceilings of 
prisons must be scraped and white 
waAad ai laasi anoa a yaar, 



ariss were to be provided for the 

sick, naked to be clothed, and un- 
derground dungeons were to be ascd 
a.s little as could be. Prisoners 
atalnit wiioni the grand Jury failed 
to And a tnia bitt were to ba ib- 
leased 

With the reform of llie criminal 
in view. Parliament passed legisla- 
tion in 177 J under which were estab> 
lished two penlUnttary houssa. that 
Ls houses for pealtanea and reform, 
where by maana af solitary Unpri-s- 
onmant. aooompaaied by weii-regu- 
latod Ubor and religious in.struc- 
tion, the crlmlnsl might be set on a 
right path and inured to hablLs of 
Industry. John Howard traveled 
widely a.s aji mve.stlRator or prison 
life, and in later years devoted hini- 
.self to plague prevention. In at- 
tending a cn.se of camp fever in 
Russia he contracted the disease 
which terminated his Ufe on Jan. 90. 
11M. There are atatata «C hlai la 
8t. Paul's London, aad al Ba^^H^, 

— liL 



Saul and Body 

Jis Christian^ 



Caihadrti WUl 
BM ehiUran'i 
Festival Today 



t: 



' RB third Children's F^tstl- 

val win be held in Christ 
Church Cathedral this after- 
noon, at 2 o'clork, when the 
Bl.shop of Columbia, the Rt. 
Rev. C. D Schofleld. will be 
the special preacher Chil- 
dren from all over tlie i.siand 
will a.ssemble to take part in 
this service. 

The first Children's fbstl- 
val was held when the oatha- 
dral waa being bum. and tha 
sseond during the oonseera- 
tion f esthrltiss tai lt2». A spe- 
cial order of service has been 
printed, and It Is hoped a 
large number of children, 
with their panatii wm -ba 
present. 



Science Topic 

First Church of Clulst, Scientist 
Victoria, will l».ve the subject,' 
• Soul and Body" for their lesson- 
sermon on Sunday, with the fol- 
lowing golden text from RoraaaS 
viii, 13: "If ye through the Bpb'it do 
mortify tha deads of the body, ye 
staaD Uva." Sunday services are 
hew at 11 and 7:30 o'clock Wednes- 
day evening services, which include 
testimonies of healing, are held at 
g o'ekMk. 

EuniaiHiel Baptisl. 

Church 

Corner Pern wood and Gladstone 
' Rev. If. S. Richardson, If. A. 
Pastor 

Mr. Fred PsHitt. Choir Leader 
Mi.ss H. Scowcroft, Orgsnist ' 

45-^Sunday School 

11 A.M. — Sermon: ■ , 

7 r.M Sermon: 
"THE VIIipN WB^BEI^ ^ 

. U 

Strsngers Made Welcome ' 

Ste Mary s Church 

Bl«<a Band. Oak Bar— Ma. 1 Oar 

warraoitaar annoH 

Holr Communion a and t 4S A.M 
. Ifallna and Sarmw-li eciock 
Jw w ssB B aad 8Bta«B-7 1^ o olssk 

•t mg 9m» m^WMmr* iginnaisl 

Baolor Bunder School. I «.Si Junior, II 

_ r»»'inr r,..f,M A F ri. I V ,nna 

FIRST UNH ED CHURCH ^ 

(PerBcrl/ Flret Preebitleriaa Cbareb). Cer. BalaMral Band and Onndrn StrMi 
aoatsler. aev. W. Ok WOmb. MUt. U). 
Aaeisisat Mialslsr. lUv. BlMl o Oray -gSMSBMlb W> i|M 

a«Bdar Barvtcat 

Masaias. 11 ef ci es k ^p a. wnjon wkl nmum 
Bpsatast arOieek— BSV. bbuob o. OBAT WBA IMaOB 
Buiidap atbaal 

■ t:tt A.M.— taUnnadiet^ and Senior* and OUawe for Teunt Ptopla 

11 AM Beclnneri, Primarirt and Jumora 

Morning Mualc: Hyinn-Anlhrm. P.ay for (he Peaae ot JeruMiam" (ICsaea) 
Anthem. ' Ood It a SplrU ' (Bennett ) 

Evtnlas Miiate: Dwtt. "CoMa Unto Me" <SiaMln«>. Mra. T. R. Bowdan and W. O Frts 
Aniheaa. "The Pilerua's War" tSelmackert 



SP£C1AL EMPIRE DAY SERVICES 

in 

Centennial Church, Gorge R«ad 

Mr. Pringte Will Preach 
II A.M.-"0URSELVES— CANADA AND THE EMPIRE" 
Solo; "Land of Hope and Glory ' (Elgar), by Mr. Frank Tupman 
Aathcair "Come Now, and Let Us Kcssoit Together" (Pease) 

J'M F.Md—''OT!i I f -PROGRAMME BY CHtKMI AMD 
. JAPANESE CHRISTIANS 
Afldleai: "How Lovely Arc the Messengers " (Mendelssohn) 




rs. Hi^ne and 1 

1 render a ductl 
fwta.lirihBMra** 



ANNIVEKtARY tBEVICEt 

"What We Are 

Aiming All^ 

Duet: .Mr». H. W, Carier-lVgc formerly 
.Aadrey Ucnnett) and Misa Eilaea Bejnctt 

Solo: Mitt Eileen Bennett 

Aatbem: "Ood 1» a Spirit'' (bosart) 

# ■ 

"VIRTUOU.S 
VAGAliONDS'' 

Anthem: 

"As the lUxt I'aata* (MeB4«lMohB> 

Mrs. Geopgms Wstf 



ROYAL VlCl UKiA 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C SATURDAY, MAY 23. 1931 



13 



At the Playhouses 



ilONMiCTALE j 
OFSEAiNflLM 



W»tcb,~ at CMiMoat, 



Agtin the u i m mm win Um <Uy. 
A narine captetn li triumphant In 

tiM conquest >if l.i-. i.tw. iinU du: 
lav tbt earlier acenes of the IClstree 
produotlon. "Tbe kUddle Watch." 

atqnr. wtitaii te now 

tifth tto MMri f pro- 
poMJ «r tiM aMrint oaptata to Ihe 
fin o( hto heart, dnrtnr • dance on 
board a bafetla eralMr. Thle Udy 



atrt. ilarti « 



A Soldier's 
. Plaything 



Maniac Hkrry La 

Ben Lyon 

AUu liln llli III! Ill 

' l-BE LONE DErtNUtB 



COLUMBIA 



AMUSEHiENTS 



fi Capitol — I iiiiikUi 
In "Aeaichlnf 



lor the 



ratch." 

Nil 



• nrhe Middle 
starring Owen 



Colaaibia — Uacry Lanffdon in 
"Ttf SoldkCs Plajrttalaf." 

niihlia -The liiniaaatM." 
atardnt Oaocge AiUib. 

Flajrboose— Oaoni 
"Fair Wamlof." 



Personalities and Paintings of Interest 



and her chum, the latter portrayed 
by Jaoquellne Logan, are accl- 
toft en board when the 
MVtgr ratona to Acre. 
And tiMB tha 'oanpUoatlana atari. 
Hm martne oaptala tea irtolatad at 
leaat one refrulation — poaslbly 
twenty That •j.hi-it- ihc Niuy 
atP|'>B Ui (JlIUiul Ki-'iJ braid liiilpt- 
tatf'1 with ix)v.fr AdnilrHl.s into 
wruji({ rabiiis ami cctiip out wIk- 
wagglrig profii.sf apoinK'les Each 
.■ilUiatloii rnlaiiKlf."* iLsflf laughably 
wlUi the iiv.xl h'Lnally Uie Navy 

retires from the field. aUil palpi- 



ARUSSSEENIN 
DIFFERENT HOLE 



Thrrr Who Wfrf I nl.mr.l 
< ^t.. I D-m 1. Il.n . \ l)t..l lln, "Xha M 1 1 1 ioll a 1 Tf " 

III I ! nil 



FAIR '•'^ 
WARNINC 



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PLAYHOUSE 



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Presenting George Arliu on thr 
screen In overaUa aaaoM rldlculoua, 
but It la iriMt to dona to '-Tba Ua- 
Uonalre." the Warner Broa.' pic- 
ture, which comes to the Dominion 
Itteatre today. 

Ilia pubUe to ao iiaad to aaatog 
Ur. Arttoa to di^iltod ar ap aetaco' 
larmtOMirioMru tboaa worn tn 
"DtoraeM" or "Tlie Oreen Ooddess" 




CAPITOL <' '■''^^ir'-^ 

A Nw Idaa to Moivia iMiartatainefit 

Doug^Ias F#uirlNUiks 

Is « MMdtog lOik Caatwj ItiniMni 

**EEACH1NG nmrai MiXlir 

Sfapported by 



BEBE 
DANULS 



EDWARD £V£RitTT 
HORTON 





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THB eancra gives items o£ interest to lovers of art and lH«atarek Lillian Scott, of Toronto, pubMchy agant for Famous Players, has been 
netMai by HoUjrwpod auth or i ttoa tfMt work ia aoon to c o BM ia t a on tha productioa of her accepted acanario, "Maybe I'm Wrong." Mtes 
Margaret ttevanaoa, daMditor of C a lwul ArAnr a«d Mra. ttavanaen, of FaiarlMro, Ont, haa had aeveval of her miniatures accepted by tha Paria 
Tha poftrdt of Mn, W. WBhm, a plu tot raph ic reprodactton of which is showa» la a rooaot !|rMk by Kaaaadi K» Forbee> Tiranto^ 
] w«U4aM««^CAMdian artiat. . - 




or "Old English" that It ia certain 
to be astonlshea when the star ap- 
pears for the first time a-; u parage 
mrrhanlc. dressed In the togs ger- 
mane to that profession. 

ArlLss himself always enjoys get- 
ting Into roles that give him a com- 
ptota change of character and at- 
mo^phara and he is not actually ad- 
veno to! wwalto to hto own tarden. 
althomh It to Mi OB tha raeords 
that any one has aaen h|m, either 
In this country or about hto homes 
in England, drawd to dwin and 

a monocle. 

"Tiie Miiiionaira" pnaaobi Ariisa 
In an entirely dUiWlBt sato tlMui 
any he hM ftt ftoyid to toittog 

pictures. 

COLUMBIA BenLoroo portraya an 
mATM '^Mir MM*. mafjNf 
yo u ng man of Iww 
York acddentally eaat to tha anny 
during and after tha Oraat War In 
"A Soldier's Plaything." Warner 
Brothers and Vitaphone comedy - 
drama now playiiiK at the Columbia 



Burgess Bedtime StQries 



The New Home of 

By THORNTON 



the Yellow Wings 

W. BURGESS • 



Who doth create doth aoa a athlng 
add 

To |lTa the world and make it glad. 



COLISEUM 

(STARTS TODAY AT 1 TO 5; 7 TO 11 P.M. 



riATURS AT 1« I, 7 and ff:li PJf. 



M TBI PICTUBB IBLBCnO BT IMS UIIAlCniOITI VOTB OF 
Mi PBOPUCBBfl FOE SBOWINO TO TBI DOMINION FBE- 
MMBt AT A GALA FBBFOBMANC B TO TM I IMFBBIAL CONFBR- 
BMOB'AB TBI BBBT OW BBITUM PICmnMi. 

FARCE— FUN 
FROLIC 



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ON THB I 

HIGH- SEAS • 



Come Aboard for a 
Rollicking Cruise of 
Fun and Laughter 



WITH 



"Fair Warning." 
Fox movietone ro- 
mance with a V/ent- 
ern bRCkground. l.s drawing unusu- 
ally large attendances to the Play- 
house Theatre. The leading ro- 
mantic roles are enacted by Oeorge 
O^Brtoa and Louise Huntington 
and the aupporttng eaat tadadaa 
MltebeU Harrliw Qaorga Braot and 
Mat liBdM ton. 

CAPI TAL Douitoa Panaabi re- 
TBBATRB cently went htmting in 

twentieth century style— in an air- 
plane. He to<yk a train to Kingman. 
Arizona. There he chartered a 
plane, loaded In hLs guns and 
rftniplng equipment, and went soar- 
K over wild reglon-s of New 
Mexico and Colorado looking for 
game. Edmund Oouldlng wrote and 
directed "Reaching far tbe Moon." 
whkh cornea to a doat tmitat at 
the Capitol Theatre. 

B.C. PACKERS FlYcT 

OFFICERS FOR YEAR 



OWEN MARES 

JACQUBUNB LOOAN 
BXITItH INTBRNATtONAL MCTURBt PRESENT 

A MERRY 
MARINE 
MIX'UP 




V ANOOnyCR. May 33.— SUnley 
Burka was re-elected president of 
tha Brtltoh Columbia Packers Um- 
■ttad. and AamiliMa Jarvla, of 
Taroato, named aa chairman of the 
board, at a meeting of tha dlraetors 
af the company today. 

C. C. Thomas, who was elected to 
the board on Wednesday, wa.s 
named to take charRc of the com 
pany's operations for this sea.vjn, 
succeeding Robert Ooese Tlie latter 
will continue with the company as 
director, and the company wiii 
have the benefit of hto knowledge 
and expertanea to tha Itohtog 
industry. 

Actual operation of the company's 
buaineea wUl be to the hands of 
Mr. Tliomaa; S. K. ^urray. who 
has ehgrta a( tha company^ aalcs 
organtoaoen: F. B. Bartlatt and 

L. N. HiU. 



ifla i Um o. 
racantly to 
serenty. wn 
the last cf wM* 
OoatUn." 



MobdrtiF, who dtod 
at tha aga of 
IMy-aevau aoveU. 
HM **IlM Itamal 



This l.s true. Who never creates 
anythiHK adds nothing to the 
world s .store of riches. He goes 
through Ule taking rather than giv- 
ing. A worker usually \% a creatni 
Whoever makes something of use 
creates something, and the world 
to juat that much better off. 

YeHow Wing the Flicker and Mrs. 
Yellow Wlnfc are workers. When 
work Is to be done there Isn't a lasy 
bone tn them Now that they had 
.started work mi their new home In a 
telegraph pole in fn > .' Farmer 
Brown's hou.^e they ke|( .si'>adlly at 
It. Yellow Wing would work until 
tired, when Mr.<; Yellov/ Wing would 
relieve him You see, there wasn't 
room for both to work at tha aama 
time. Thay oertottoly dM Mfet thi 
chtpa fly, those two. 

The Itrat day they worked until 
Jolly roimd red Mr. Bwi had atarted 
for bed behind the Purple Hilto and 
tha Btock Bhadowa were ah«ady 
stealing across Farmer Brown's 
yard. Tlie next morning they could 
hardly wait for 11. c coming of day- 
light. It wa.s peck. peck, peck with 
their sharp bills all day long, one 
working while the other hunted 
food, and then changing occupa- 
tions. 

As Mrs. Yellow Wing had said, 
there was a soft spot in that pole 
and thto made tha work aaator. Flrat 
they cut a hoto straight to. HUB 
tbay bigan to cut doan. After a 
whUa tba hola waa ao daap that 
they had to Climb tm to tha antranea 
In order to drop the chips outside. 
Deeper and deeper grew the hole 
until Yellow Wuig began to wonder 
when Mn, TcHMT Wtof HOldd ba 
satisfied. 

"Are you trying to Ret to the bot- 
tom of the pole?" he asked mildly. 

"I am trymg to get It deep enough 
to discourage any visitors," replied 
Mrs. Yellow Wing. "I'm going to 
haye It datp enough for our baMaa 
to be gate wbm thay are ttoy and 
halptoaa rm not aotot to hate U 
poariMa for Baany Jay er aaybp<br 
etoe to sit to tha daorwty. mmB 
down and puB CM of tha darttofi 
out when we are o(T hunting food 
for them I've known It to happen 
111 A shallow hou.^e Yes, sir, I've 
known It to happen. It Isnt going 
to happen here." 

"Right, my dear, quite right,' 
agreed Yellow Wing. "I sometimes 
wander if this pole was a wise 
choice. It stands so out in the open 
every one will know wbara wa Uva." 

"Who cares?" retorted Mto. TM* 
tow Wtog. "Meat folks weoM baofr 
aoonar ar totar anyway, and thay 
may aa wall know it first as laat. 
Has It occurred to you that Mr 
Blftrk.snake can't get up here? You 
remember that he got our eggs once 
t ellmb thto aaeath pda aa 




certainly did itiake tha 
fly, thM* two 



he can a tree. Black Pussy Isn't so 
likely to bother us either. She can 
cllmfo up here, of course, but I dont 
baUeva aha wiU. 8he doesn't like 
aUmbtog anything ao straight and 
taH And It aha should ahe would 
have to hang on with the claws of 
an four feet and we oouki drive her 
down without any troubto. Really, 
my dear, it u tha boat tooatka toa 
ever have had." 
"Perhaps it to, aqr dear. Perhaps 



it la," TbOow Wing hastened to say. 
"If tt aolta you, it sult6 me. Aren't 
you almost through?" 

Mrs. Yellow Wing brought out the 
last of the chips she had cut. Then 
aha Ingpactad their work oamfully. 
She took OCT a bit here and a bit 
there to anooth tha walto. gattofled 
at last, she climbed up and began to 
cut chlpa out of the room. Instead 
of throwing these outside, she 
dropped them down tu Uie loiottom 
or floor of the hou.s*' Yellow Wing 
.saw Aiiat .shn wius doing and re- 
joiced. He knew then that the new 
hou.se w«.s almost finished; Mrs. 
Yellow wing was makliu; a bed for 
the eggs, flhe was making a bad of 
chlpa, for tkto to aa tha naat aba 
usee. Tva er Bma ttoaaa aha went 
down to aaa tf that bed ot chips 
was thick enough. Finally ahe 
poked her head out the doOfWay* 

"Let's go eat," said she. 



Tha next story 
Wing mtm m 



"Mrs. YeUow 



FRIEND PAYS FINE 
FOR OR. A. S. MORPHY 

VANCOUVER, May 22 (CP).— 
AltlKJugh Dr. A. S Murphy in po- 
lice court Wedne-sday chose to go to 
Jail for two months rather than 
pay a fine of tSO. and .spent Wed- 
nesday night in custody, a friend 
came forward today and paid tha 
penalty impoaad by lligtotnto Paul 
McD. Kerr. 

Dr. Murphy was conv -;ted on a 

r-harp'' (if prac'Uing medicine wlth- 
mit a propT licence followtng re- 
moval of his name r.>,in ihfc roll of 
medical pracUtlooers in British Co- 



A 

Million 

Dollars' 

Worth 

off 
Fiinl 



IN A NEW HOLE! 

A 

>A different ArlitB— « gMattr AtUbb-^ 

the most human Arliss you have evpr 
»ccn— in a role you'U remember all 
your life! 




GEORGE 




'">^illionaiie 



r 



Moot aiOBac ARUSS, Comadhn>i 

He's aa different fi ni ilie Arliaa yoa*w« known aa tba dual 

personalitiea of the thaiactcr he portrayg. Million lirp hv 

night, laborer by day! And lovable every minute he a on 

the screen i YbbII iMgll leotftr tlWB yOihPB iVlT 1M|M 
bafoni 

—ADDED ATTRACTIONS^ 



» 



Johnny Farrell, Golf Champion, in "Winning Putto 
Tbe TUrd of Hit GoHtaf Saiioa 

"Gloriea of Spain" 
Tom Terris Scenic 



Midtty M«MM Conady 

Birtiiday Party 



DOMl 



Baroln Mai nsllv •( 1^ Sonn 



The prtooner. a datty, aKptotoed|the wemanl to«a r diMo. «y 

how It came about that he had bm , women folks, dey waant satlsfled 
arrested for chicken stealing. jje..' tr) eat mo,s' all o' them chickens. 

T didn't hab no trouble wiv de l>*'y had to put de feathers In der 
copstabto ner nobody. It would ablt»ts, an' parade 'am aa drcUm- 
been an right ttltlmdHt boon fori r ^ 



Fven tlic 

.idn>irat^bccoaica iri' 
volyed-7-«nd'8eandal for; 

ifce offn rr^^ i** »vrrtt^ti^h\ ^ t 
fWprising aiid.ibM{«ij|{ig luiiglu 



POX liXWS---CARTOON8 



Wh«ii two 
girli ttiTw 
Bw.ay on B 
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BOJMZO 



by Studdy] 



1 U 1 Daily 



T to 11 



f 1 iMrrr, »t All T\mfM 10« 

Bcacrrcd Lagea (Kasptn Mil) ..<te 

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LAUCmTvou 
COMB ON 'rVc 

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THRIFTILY PRICED 

With iti lone, low, tweepug lineg gad l^verfbl ATtiotrjr of design 

Willya.KBi|^ k tbe Fwy eiBbodiBieat of giifgiiig power Bad gp^ 

and easy riding— iu poweivpUnt ia the fur.£gBMd Kaigbt MOBii lihll 

engine — the Ramf tvpr of motor a« n-r.l in man v f)f tli^» moat expcnolyB 
Eoropeen cara. 87 iiorsepower — 80 miie-an^ioui; 4jpoed-~dO jg loonBil g|gai 

The neiv WiUyft-Knight 18 an unusually roomy car. TtnoFBiHdllflBflh id 

V'7 in. li«-« ninl it- " f'^ ' , in.lj fr< m.! p^-rmit tp.irionH inferior- Both ffftg , 
ftr«' H hU t aud lh»-. Inuit nrat is ail|u^l,(l)lr to ihr an^lc lli.ti f»iiil«yo«, 

Sa/( f^ jiUjM in toincUlmld and ail windows at no •xtra cost, bee thu fias 
BBT aad ride ia II 



iuiiuPAcnn(0 or cai^oa 




THOS. H. WEEKii & SONS, LIMITED 

9«8 Yatea Strao^ Victoria 
HA S. LOWS, La^fgaaitli JOSBPII HSMM, 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1931 



FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Trading Dull, but 
Prices Move Up 
Slightly at N.Y. 



MIW TQBS, May 22 (AP).-Moet 
■took* «wt ttmv to Ann today, 
.icnarlaf •graup rnmknm in the 
^•mleals and eoppcw. IMuUng 
WM dull, but the market doaed 
fractionally higher on the averace. 

Rails put the list on the upward 
track with a rally ol a point or 
two in the iiioinliiK Tin ( .uiierR 
eventually lost part of ttn it Kitins, 
yet llielr recovery, based on ilie 
move for a rise In freight rates 
was followed by a relaxation of 
preaaure agalnat the pivotal Indus- 
triala and utuittee. 

OHiaili iln reduced •xtraac loaaea 
' of 1 to nearly 5 polnta. 8alM for 
the session totaled 1,600;MO diaNa. 

Following the omlaalon of th« 
Gulf States Steel preferred divi- 
dend, that stock broke 7 points 
Case rallied more tloan 4 points :i 
response lo the regular dlsbn-M 
ments voted after yestt'idu', ^ rl -.sc 
People's Gas threatened to dicp 
below 200. but held at 203 aff r u 
U-poHiA tumble, and cut Ita loes 
to V 

American Telephone, Natlooal 
Biscuit, American Can, North Amer- 
ican, Southern Railway and VJpol- 
worth gained 1 to 2 net. U.S. Sleel, 
doetag at 100. was 1-8 higher. 
Sears -Roebuck, whase sales from 
April 24 to May 21 were ofT only 
nine-tenths of i per cent, firmed 
Kaatman Kodak had a sharp reac- 
-Hon, S poiata. Foreign ex- 

changee were flm. especially ster- 
Ung cables, which advanced 3-32 to 

Bdfii _ - . 

avoragee compoaed of the aoitng 
pnres of ten bond* ead) a< the 

rail, public utUlty and IndtBtrUl 
groups were all higher than on 
. Thursday. Tradmg was aomewhat 
tm aetlTe, however. 

(Loc*n Bryun) 

(Ail rracUonii 111 Eiihthf) 

■uwraMaiiain) MANrrACTvuNo 

Hlch Law Close 

AV. s C halmers M(|... 
' Amn. Brown Bovrrl .. 
m. tUtnt* BaM. .... 

Ites. Auto UM 

Foster Wheeler . 
Oeneril Electric 
Ocn. RMltir * UUU. 
mt. Oomfew. Wmt.... 
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Cast Iron Ptp«. 

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Auburn 
Brlfgs 

OhryiMr 

Oenmi Motor 

Hupp 

Mack Truck 
Uullloi Body 
nutt 

Packard 

Stewart Warner 
Ptudf baker 
Tlmken Roller . 
WUIyi-Orerland 
YeUow Tniak . 
Unlue AlMMUn 



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Amn. Can Oo. 

Ann lee 

Bendlx 

Burroughs Addint ... 

CaM Tbreihlng 

Oil— Ma Oraab. .... 
OvMoteuin-Naini ... 
CMiUn«ntal Can. . . . 

OurUit Wniht 

Dttpont da HcoMurt . 

BMtaiaa Kodak , 

OUatta 

Oold Du«t 

Intl. Harvester . 
NaU. Caah Reelster . 

PvllmaB 

Itadio Oerpn. of Amn 
Renlnrton Rand . 

8<mmoni Co 

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^Ut7heny Ccrpa. .... 

Atchison 

Atlantic CoMt 

■aU. * oats 

Oaaaeiaa Paelfte .... 

Ches ft Ohio 

Chlcsito A Northw . . 

Chleacn ot West 

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III. Cantral 

Lehltb Valtey 

Louis. M Naah 

Mo . K. ft T#« 

Missouri Parlflt 

N.Y Cantral 

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Northern Paelfle 

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AMthern Pacific 

■ottUiarn Rr 

t/atoa Pacific 

WalMck 

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'mn. LoccMBOttva .... 

Amn 8te«l W» 

nalrlwin Loco 

Ii^ililehcm eieel 

Brers (AM) Co 

CM. Pat! ft iron .... 
Ooatlnental Bharta Co. 

OrucIMe Steel 

nfn Ry SIcnal 

neneral Tank 

rr. Airbrake 

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Borden Co. . . 
Canada Dry .. 
Coca Cola .... 
Corn Prodneta 
Cuban Ama. 

Oen. roods 

National Biscuit ,. 
IVatl. Dalrr prod. 
rtMA ft Pord .. 
Bafewar Btaraa . . 
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE 



at (AP). 



MKW YORK. Mar 
Poralan ruhanaaa 
Prance 3 » 1 ' k : eafelas S.*! I*! 

lUlr 6 31 31«: 
Belslum 13B1V. 
Uerrnanr 33.7B'». « 
HnUand— 40 IBS*. 
Norway— a*. 77H. 
Sweden -!•.••. 

Bwitaarlaad— WJeH. 

«i>aln B 88 

1- : tur ai 4 SI. 

Ureeco- 1 2B'«. 

Balaae UM. 

0> w fca<Bvakla-a.H%. 

Jutealaela— 1 78>i. 

Austria— 14 05'>. / 

RumanU— .80. 

Al*MllUH-«e.tlM. 
Braitt~4.T>. 

Toklo— 4* 38 
Bhaiuhal- 29 62 '-i. 

Moatnal— «•.•«%. 

atv (aaM >••■)■ M . H. 



»iri.Ri iNa BZCaUNOK 
NEW YOUK, Mar aa (AF).-«a. 
mand in>^ ^ la. cablat dtl IMii 
sUtr-day bllU 4«4%. 



WHEAT PRICES 

ypjuflHTiy 

Tradina at Winnipeg Dull 
and Export Demant Ex- 
tremeiy Light 



WINNIPEG. May ^ (CP>.— Prac- 

Nmeea to wheat flgurps 

on a dull and feat urflcvs 

•ratal iSHbange today, export de- 



B.C. Oils and Golds 
Feature Trading on 
Mainland Exchange 



New Convenlon Loan 



^ L. H. BRANSON 



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OtaaM'rtabody 

Mlvs Kayser it-t 

RETAIL TRADI 

OhUds Co , cx-d lB-4 

DruT.' Om II 

s B Kraaca Ola. a^-4 

Krurer Toll jj-j 

Montgomery Ward lB-8 

8«ars Roabuek .. 51 s 

F. w. waahrorth 87 

TOBACCOa 

Amn Tobacco "B" .. lia 

General Clear M-t 

Liatett Marera "M" .'. li-t 

LorlUard i^j 

Rernatda Tobacco "B" 4a-3 

VMtaaee Prod. "B" . . 3-4 

MIBCELLANEOCa 

Comn. ft Southern 

PoK Film "A" 

0«n. Asphalt .... 

Intl. CemanI 

Intl Mateb pUL .. 
Jobna-MaavMa . . . 

Loews 

Oils ElfvRtor 
Paramount Famous 
Radlo-Kalth-Orpd. 
Tex. Pac. Land ... 
Trans America ... 
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Columbia Caraon 
Com. aolvanta ... 
Davison Chem. . . 
Preeport Texas . . 
'amhert 

Mathlaaon AUalt 
Naa OtatlUara ... 
Tax. Onlf Sttlphnr 
Union Carbide . 
United Carbon . 
UB Ind Alrohoi 



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Houstoij on 

Mid Cont Pet« 

Phillips Prtro 

Prairie Plpa 

Fw* OU 

Rlehflald Oil 

Bora I Dutch 

Shell Union Oil 
ainelair Coiu. oil 
SkaOr OU ... 
Stand. Oil. Oal. 
Stand, oil. tIJ..... 

firtsnd rxl. N.T 

Texa^ Corpn 
Texas Pjr c:oal 
Union on. cal 

MiNiNo ftin 

Alaska Juneau 

Aaia. Smaltlna .... 
Anaconda Copper . . 

Andes Copper 

Calumet Arltona .... 

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Carro Da Paaao .... 
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LONDON, liay 23— C P . $29 1-8; 

Br. TraetlAi. $16; b. a. Tob . o i2.s 
M; DiatlUer.s. £2 I6s 6.s: DuiiIod 
Rbr., ea; Gramophone, £i I2s 6d 
Hud. Bay. £1 is 6d; Hy. El . $19 1-4; 
Imp. Chem.. 13s; Imp. Tob.. £4 16a 
10 l-2d; Int. H. ic I.. |l 3-8; Int. 

C.G.E. UEi LAKES 

VSUAL DlVlDFyn 

TORONTO. May 237-The board 
of directors of Canadian General 
Klfctric Company, Limited, haa de- 
flared the refjulax quarterly divi- 
dends of 13-4 per cent oq prefer- 
ence shares and $1.00 per ahaiv, or 
3 per cent on the commen 

It was stated the eamlnfi tar tbe 
first four montha of IMl were well 
In exMaa of dhrMend requirements, 
also that white the company's toUl 
volmna of kHilB«M la lower than a 
yeer ago, the aakt of inrande.sc^nt 
lampe and •toetrle household appii- 
•aeee are being well maintained 
ana in moat cases are ahead of last 
year. 



the 



Wheat (luotat lon.s lunvcd upw;tr<l 
5-8 to K with .May (Io.simk at 60 
"■nt.s, ,,' .!•, (,i «i 1 ■>. and Octo- 
ber. 62 3-4 to 3-4 liDilt. Ca«b Wheat 



and coane 

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VANCPUV£R, May 22 Hie 
Vancouver stock market came In 
for additional ittovery t<Klay with 
British Columbia olia and golds 
prominent In the fomard move- 
ment. Aoeumilatloo In the featured 
issuea durtnf tiM early deallnga Im- 
parted a more optimistic tone and 
stooka reached their hi^h poinu for lower 

the day prior t« the n<Kiii lUxv 
However, on lesunii'tlnii ol trading, 
I)r(>.vpt< Us of the Ioiik holiday rere.vs 
piMiiipifd ratlier heavy profit tak- 
ing', and lead«B «Mid tttm their 

best leveLs. 

Despite the realizli^g in the last 
minutes popular aharaa flnlabed the 
day with fair advanoes. An out- 
standing ieatim waa Ploo««r, which 
reaHad fatonMr m tha optlmlatlc 
■ a t r eMB t BM4a hr the company's 
offletra at tbe aninatl meeting 

Ploneeir opened at 2.30 and r< ad 
lly advanced to a cIosIhk M'lWim 
price at 2 35. to end the day at 2 lilj 
bid. a net Kaln of II ixilnl.'^ Lome 
Clold. a neiKhtxir of F''loneer In the 
Bridge H:vii di.stiict. wa.s also in 
demimd. tnn the rally during the 
morning was off.set by profit taking 
the stock closed unchanged at 



In aiuttidi tradtac. iMdvs IB the 
Turner VaDegr oili group dedlned.i 
but tbe ■■ti— ■ ayathy In thu dl- 1 
vision held leaeei within mode.^t ' 

limits. C. & E continued to .slide ai, < 
the price cluM'd 2 cent.s beutv, 
Thur.sday'.s fiml bid at 34 lent- ' 
Home at cents and Mayland at 
17 1-3 MBti bOtk AOMd 1 «nt net' 



LOGAN & BRYAN 

BKUKKKS 

aXOOKa— AONDS— UKAI.N. ITO. 

m Tai» Ita^ R«eha>t« aa« other Leadt«, Bathaara 

Oaaailji .n«1 I nllfd Stalta 

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4«%; 5 W, 46; 8 W., 40'4: faed. 43'4; 
track. 00. 

Oat*-3 CW.. M\. a Mlk; ex. 1 

(aed. 3SH; 1 faad. llKi t laad. aeHi f«t.. 

15S4: track. U%. 

Ryt~l CW.V I3H: 3 CW, S3»4; 3 CW . 
30>.: rej 2SS: track. 33'«. 

Barley— 3 OW.. 30H; 4 cw . J8'* 5 cw , 
!•%: • cw., U%; track. 30 H 

Flax— 1 NWC. 107',; 3 OW . lOSMt 1 
cw.. aiH-. raj »]<«; track. teiH. 



onoaoo •ooTAnoita 



LAKE OF THE WOODS 
M ANAGER RESIGNS 

Uon of W. W. Hutchison, general 
»n*nager. on account of in health 
waa accepted at a meeting of the 

Doard of directors of Laiw of 
Woods Milling Company here 
t«rday. M J. Breen. Western 

board of directors, waa appointed 
general manager Routine bwSMm 
completed the board •^ne» 



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025 Fort Jtreet E.tablished 1887 HMm Otl21 

^ _ ■ - - J 

H»v« yon converted your 

Dominion of Canada 



1011 ■(? 



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victory and War Loan Bonds 



for fhr !ir 

Dominion of Canada 

Bonds, maturing 1956-57-58 and 59? 

If not. we recommend that yo« do Bo vithoat ^Uv ^ U 

A. E. AMES A CO. 



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FORE/C/s; BONDS 

<Lo«an * Bryan.) 

Aatloqula 7*8. ia4a 
Arientlne ra. I»a7 
ArMntlne 8 liji 

Bahlaii • 10S6 
Baltlaa 7 ,. 1885 .! I" 
BeUlan 7i. IBM . . ""• 
Bolivia la. 1847 
Boaola r-b. "" 
Brarll e , ... 1357 
Bordeaux ri. 1934 

BMB«a Aim r«. i»87 
nuefl»« Alraa 74 a, 1*47 

Chile ra. l>«o 

Chile Ts. i>4a 
Chile 8'i'a. 1M7 
Coeta R'ea 7'«. u.m 
Denmark 5S «. l»S5 ... 
H»nch Ta. l»4* . . 
Frtneii 7<i'a. 1»41 ..iiiii"' 

Finland T». lB^o 

Oennan 7 ,. 104» 

Oral • a. ]ts4 

ll«MarT 7'4 i. IM« 

Iftwo Btlnnes ra. 18N 

Rufo etinnea ra IMC 

Ifniy 7 IfSl 

f U 7 «. 1387 

Jap. 8 . 1B64 

Lrona 8 s, 1»34 

IM^ ■•••••••«•■« «. 

Word ••fa. INO 

Norway ra, 1^44 

Parln Orleana. 7'a. Ilea 

Pollsli n. 1940 

Polish ri, IPM 

Paracuar ri, Itsa 

Parataay Ta. XHt 

Pt«. 7'4-a. lta« 

Balne 7'» 

aee. ri. 1934 

■toman HalUa •H'a, »5l... 

Unw«a» ra, l*«> 

Onacuay ra. I04« 

METAL MARKET 
LOMDON, May aa (AP).-«tand- 
ard eemr, apot, 137 7b 6d: futona, 
at; •InlMlTtle, apot. MO; futurea, 
£43. 

Tin, spot, £104 13a Od; futures. 
£106. 

Lead, spot, £11 78 6d; futures, 
£11 15s 

Zinc. ■ ' no 7b 6d; futurea, 

atlta. 

AX NEW YORK 
NSW YORK. May aa (AP)^ 
Copper, quiet; electroljrtie, qjnl and 
futures. 8 3-4 O 9. 

Iron, quiet; uncaaiiged. 

Tin. steady; spot and nearby, 
23 30; futures, 23.50. 

Learf. «t.eBdv: siwt New York, 
3.75; Kai^t .si Louis, 3.80. 

Zinc, easy; Kaat Bt. Xjoilta not and 
futurea. S Ja 9 tM. 

Antimony, Ml. 

NEW YORK SUGAR 

NEW YORK. May 22 ^AP>.— Raw 
sugar was quiet early today and 
prices were unchanged at 3.16 for 
apota. duty paid, with ne aalag re- 
ported. ^Mteoth MMhr 0m tnt 
ware av^MIe m tMi Imi^ 

^»*^Sr*a2" J!?^ •«di«>hanted 
•t 4Ji far Am tr—i^iad. with 
IMd to MWkf Mqulre- 

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» liti. 3 hard. •3S. • MH: I m, m\k: 
3 yaUow hard. H. 

c«r»-e tm^ M: 1 TO., IT: a TO. vr o 

I7«: 1 m. lM • MH: 1 wMMk M. 
Oata-I W , 38: 1 W.. M« • Mt S W.. 

37'* • J8"i; 4 W., 17: SO., M. 

Ryr No 4. 38S 

TORONTd mmi 

STOCK iMkm 



TORONTO, May 33 (OP) .^Turn- 
over on Ttronto Stock exchange to- 
day mu flolr about half that of yea- 
tordgy and wen under any previous 
day this wtk, the small volume be- 
Uf a result of an easing up of the 
pressure which had forced the aver- 
age of prices down to tlie lowest 
ipvei sineo the reeoctli hw bavi 

kept. 

With pre&sure lifting, stocks 
steadied. thowKh tliere waa no algn 
of buoyancy 

Bank stocks, down from 1 to 3 
points to 1881 record bottom prleea, 
and the oU group* inn tbo prtaiolpal 
sectkma whort aeUlnt still waa hi 
evldenoe. 

XntemaUonal Nickel, C.P.R., and 
Pord of Canada, which had been 
onefaanged to a small fraction 
hlfhor. weakened towards the cloae 
and left off just under last night, 
nrazilian at 15 was doWB ttM MjOr 
portion of a point. 

V:.;:ina8 lea im that i$m 

shares. 



0 3-4 cents bid. Premier eold itt a 
new peak for thla movement at 78 
oMiU and alflssd flm At n eonta 

BiOf 

BaUlah news from the Plathead 
▼alleir caused a steady buying flurry 
in AmalganuUed and Crow'a Nest. 
Amalgamated opened nearly 3 centa 

higher at 12 cents and rase to 15 
cents during the forenoon session. 
In tbe late trading It was shaded 
down to 13 cents, to closa at the 
morning opening price, a net gain 
of 11-2 rent-s Crow's Nest rose from 
U centA to 12 1-2 cents, but eased 
in sympathy with the sbang <tf the 
holding compaagr, to^ mi tiM 



ArTKRNOON SALaa 
Ua4«4 OiU 

AinHlimr. hUcI -3.000 at .13; IM Bl .IIH 
hatDth I', ir 8.000 at .03. 
Hi>in>- 1)11 100 at .54. 
Mayland oil 300 at .33. 

Oil -1.000 at .ISH. 
OII-400 at la 
Ltttrd MInea 

Oaaecla lUvar i ihxi xt .03. 
Ptnd Oreille^ 33^ at .75 a 

Ftanerr Gold 300 at 1.35. 
Premier Border -5.000 at .Bl. 
Viaauar (Md— loo at .7t. 
— 8»M M t P litald BOO at .Ml 
iBdaatrlala 

0.VJL— aa at M.aa. 
Oaaat Bamrtaa-ii at tt.ll 

Carb ^TTllian 
Crow. Nei.1 1.000 at .IfH} MM at 

l>\ J. 800 at .11. 
U.ri.e Oold --1.8M 8t .M%. 

Mutiawk - j.lOO at .MH. 
MwtOB Wnolaey-ISO at 01. 
» 1.000 at V2 



•14 Caatral 



DOMINION OF CANADA 
1931 CONVERSION LOAN 

HOM.s; I XCHANQED 

Pacific Bonil CofpoffatiMi, Ltd. 



■a o iiaia 



with •not . 

ltS<4 OBRtS tdd 



day 
at 



mOUMlNO tlAUES 
Uaua OAs 
Amaltaanatad— 700 at .13 : 3,500 at .14: 
3,000 at 15. 

C'aliiiotii -100 at .0*. 

c^ & a. corp.-MO at .M) 9M at JT. 

Pabyaa (.ooo at Jik 

MarUB«— «0« at .13. 
OkalU Hew— l.OOO at .IS. 

MInec 

Orandvlew— 400 at .03 
Noble Five — 100 at .04 
Pend Oreille— 50 at .75. 100 at .M>. 
Pioneer Uold— 100 at 2.Hi IM Bl S.tl: 
400 at 3 33 

lUaa Oaid— 100 at ii 
■ ■Baallrta— 1.000 at 02\ SM M '.MH. 
Carb Kaakaau 
Crow a Neai-1.0M M 40Ml MM at 
II: 1.006 at ll>4: MM at !U: l,iM at 
.13V4: 1.600 at .13>4. 
Kootenay King— 1,300 at 00%. 
Lome Gold— 5.000 at .14; 1,000 at .lOH: 
300 at .11. 
Rufua Arccnta— IJM at .MH. 
Nordoa Corp 1.000 at .38: M| at .17 

indsatriala 
Coast Brfwrrlfi ,s at IJ SO. 



IMMMM iMEMMENT 1931 CONVERSION LOAN 

Wo Cmi Ananc* For All Your Bxchancoi Vrtt of AU 

Ch.ii f cs 

(Miver, Stewart Clark flf Co., Ltd, 

■ ■waniO aM ruKi i • ,uoNt a Mruiaaaii 



WINOM 





MONTREAL STOCK 
EXCHANGE REPORT 



MoimtsAL, ut9 m <cp) - 

Stock prices were lansnlly soft at 
the clo.se of the Ifontreal St.K-k 

Exchange today The bank i.s.suc"; 
were heavy losers. B.ink of .N.>vh 
Scotia dropped 12 point.s to 300, 
Bank of .M .ntreal 3 to 252, and 
Royal Bank 4 1-2 to a new low of 
249. 

intemaUonal NlckOl wm steady 
at 13 1-4. Off 1-4. Smaltan eased 8 
to ta. and Canada Hydro Bsetrlc 
preferred slid to a new lew level 
of 58. for a loH of 3 points M( roll 
Frontenac, Montreal Pow» r. Na- 
tional Breweries and Power Cor- 
poration sustained amall losses. 
Dominion Textile wxs up 1-2 at 
66 1-2. C.P.R. dropped 6-8 to 37 7-8. 
The rest of the Ust wm praetlHdiy 
unchanged. 



Liverpool Wheat 



LTvaagOOU Mar n (CP).— Tha fol- 
iwiaa MMat avalaMaos wart aapptM by 
Breomludk Uvarpotl. tadar: aU prleas 

Today 

HcvtlMn, vas' 



Stocks and Bonds 



(A. B. AMK8 a CO.. TICTOKA) 



elf 

No. 1 Man 
"uver ft 

No. a lUa. Wortltani, AltaB- 
tlo. Jnna 

No 3 Man Northern. Atlan- 
tic. June M% 

Araentlna (Barll •• lb*.). 

AmntlM mawM^ Iba.), 

June 

Auatrallaji i new crop). June ti , 
U.S. Na. 3 Hard Wlatar. Juna 88 \ 

MMk— Tfea absvo was traaaiatad 
>MMi awlaata aad •MrrwMy t« Canadian 
baMaaaa mmt at tadafs aaabaan 
nta >8 Mi3» a banka. wfclea waa M .MH. 

SILVER MARKET 

LONDON, May 33 (AJ^)^-.9tg SU- 

ver. 12 5-8d per ounce. 

AT NEW VORK 

NEW YORK. Mav 22 'APi — Bar 
•liver, quiet, and 3-8 lower at 27 1-*. 



T'day 
74H 

m% 
m% 

85 

86% 
••% 
from 



STOCK EAbtiANliE 



TOItOlfro. UM9 « (OP) .-Except 
for n .sllffht rally among a few 
higher-priced golds near the cloee. 
prlees oontlnnd to woUc lower dur- 
ing the aftemom sosilon of ttie 
mining market today. Today's 
market waa the ninth oonsaeutlve 

Dividend-paying golds were atfll 

under pressure, Mclntyre closing off 
threp-cjuarter.s. Dome a half. Lake 
Shore a quarter. Teck-Hughes 15, 
and HoUinger and Wrlght-Har- 
greaves a few centa each. Sowey 
moved against tbO tMMd tO finish 
up a couple. 

Noranda was off |0 and Molial 40 
on end, whl^ LbkWoya wwo soft, 
SherrlU OOrdon and Sudbury Basin 
drraping a faw cents apiece 

Ods moved in an uncertain man- 
ner. Homestead falling 13 and Acme 
a point, while Nordon, oU aelectlona 
Md Ajax otaMd MghtUr mm on 
the day. 



MONEY MARKET 

LONDON. May 22 (AP).— Money. 
11-2 per cent; dl.scount rates, short 
bills and thrrf nionth.«; 2 1-16 per 



It You Arc I lood Canadian 
U Vm Art IriM 

You aha«M 

automobljt 
Kmplr*. 

Wa art OKNUIAI. AOBrtS for fliM- 
eUaa CAMAOIAN and aarrtHH oOM- 
PANiKS, ouuide tbe laattraae* aaa- 
b^^uMi ^^^^'^ Taaaaaifw eaaisA 

Johastott & Company 



AX NtW iURK 

NIW TORX. May » (AP).— OaU 
aifliiv. rttadjr: l l-S par osnt all 

Time loanr, steady: .^ixty days, 1 
0 1 1-2; three to four months, 1 3-4 
2: five to six aMOtai. 1 l-l O 
17-8 per cent. 

Priipo 
2 1-4. 
Bankers' 



DISPUTE OVER BOOKS 
OF VANCOUVER LUMBER 
CO HtPAWY S ETTLED 

▼AlfCXXJVCR, May 33— Settle- 
mept of dispute between Montioal 

Trust Company and Caivin p^n- 
trtos as piirrtiaseii of the Vancou- 
ver Lumber Company's plant 
assets, and L. C. Thomas, recelm 
and manager of tha company, om 
removal of booka, dooumenta and 
office eouipment tnm the com- 
pany^ o^doea, haa bean aMlsd. II 
waa annouoead today. 

Writ of suumons calling upon the 
recelyer to show cau-v why he 
should not deliver up the book.s and 
other equipment, was issued by Mr. 
Jii.stlce Fi.sher. who. wlien Mr! 
Thoma.s ajiprared before hlin 
ferred the matter' lo Mr. fitlos DL 
A. McDonald. 

Settlement. It waa stated, resultad 
when agreement waa nached to re- 
turn the books and eqnlpmant. 
pending furtbsr nstottottona to do- 
cide thair ow usiiMlp . 

Mootraal mat Company and 
Oalvln FntriM recently purchased 
the himber company's plani iad 
for $1,380,000. 




Vancouver Island Coach Lines, Lid. 



Montr val'Toronto 
Stock QuoUUions 



VANCOUVER WHEAT 

VANCOUVEH. 

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Nana!mo — RcRiilar. 
Sidney — F^ej^nlar. 

West Saanich— Regular, cjccept 7:00 a.m. 
from Victoria and 7:45 «.in. from Mount 

Nowton. 

Metchosin— Regular, except 7:40 a.m. from 
Metchoftin. 

Kaating-Brentwood— Rrptilar. except 7 OO 
a.m. from Victoria juid 8.00 a.m. from 
West Road Hall. 

Langford— Rrpiil.Tr. except 7:1."? a.m. from 
Victoria and 8. -00 a.m. from Langford. ' 



Sluiwnifui Ldk*— Regular 

Deep Covo— Regular. 

B urnsi de - 1 f o 1 i r 1 ,1 y service. 

Gordon Hoad— Sunday service, with additiOf 

of 11:00 p.m. from city. ^ 
Oorg*— Sunday aenricc i' 

Lake Hill TlMli.Iay service. 
Douglas- Agnes— Holiday srrvice. 
Douglas-Ralph— Holiday service. 
Salt Spring Island— Regular. 
Cordova Bay— See below. 



All Up-Itland Rotttaa, Sagaltf aarviea. 



intW TORX. Uay 22. O^neral 
Beetrte Oompany directora today 
dadarad the racular quarterly <Uvl 

'dcnda of 4i oenta a -* — **- 

coaunaa jrtock aad It 
eatba 



CORDOVA BAY 

Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, 



|3J 



Lv. Victoria 
10 a m. 
6:30 a.m. 



Lv. Cordora Bay 

10 .30 a.iil. 



Monday, May 25 



Lw. Victoria 

10. OO a.ni. 

1:15 p.m. 
6:30 p.m. 



Lv. Cor6oru Bay 
10 JO a.m. 
5:00 p.m. 
7)00 p.m. 



SOLARIUM 

A Special Coach Will Leave the Depot at 1:15 P.M. for the Opcninf oi fhf 

Solarium Todiy. Fart $2.00 Return. 



Phone E 11 



depot, Broiighton St. at Broad 



PhontBllTt 



INKalMiNilliaiM^ 



'The daily colonist, victoria, b.c satukuav, may 2j, 1931 




Empress of Canada 
Outbound to Orient 
Ports Via H onolulu 

Leaving This Afternoon— I (xh Katrine IKie This 
♦ Morning — Pacific Grove Oiu' Sunday Ni^bt— 
^ Cargo Vessels Coming Next Week 



vavtM from TokghHoa to Vlotorla 
vte &Boluhi. tlw Begna MH m, 
EmprMK of CanMte, Oftpteln A. J. 

Ualley, R.N.R . in due to arrive here 
Irom Vaiuoiivii at 4 oiirx-k 'hi.-, 
•fternooii. nm-t hiipi ciniiHi king 

lorn |<.i. ;,i i:^' ; , <il.^I takli.K on 
nutils Hn<l caik'o .'.III for llnno- 

lulu, hrr 111'.'- [Mill of rai; one holll 
tator. The Canada hn.s alxml lliref 
tMDdred travelers in all classes 
•board, and a good carfo. 

U ono ct Japan'! leadlnc naval «x->' 
parte, a prince and unci* of the 
Bftseii' Fiiipress. He la bookrd f>i; 
the ; liiii f> li.st as Captain Taf^u.si.iRi 
Phltiiiirlzu travpllni: I'lroi^nlto with 
Princ«*s« Shiiiiadzii and (IhukIiit 
He was for a iiine .J.ij).i;.r naval 
attache at London, and wa^ an 
adviser to his country's delegation 
at the last international ( onference. 

Other prominent trsf ■ 1. s aboard 
Uw Canada loeUidt Mrs. Myrtle r. 

tt BMtOo; Mr. and Mrs. 
falK itniriimi. of Buala Laapur, 
imw vhort tho f omMr is 

general manager and driof englneor 
of the PaderatMl Malay 8Ut«a Mall- 
returning after an extended 

mi WvmmL lour 



Tnm Xiverpool and London, via 
and OaUfornia porti. the 
latt Steam PaeiM Oooi- 



pany** aeoler rtmA Leeh KalrlBO la 
due at William Head this morning 
at • o^eloek, whkh should bring her 
alongside MttlMt Piers In the neigh- 
borhood of 8 o'clock, according to 
Adrttii P M.iri r' lix al hk' 'it, of Uic 
ronipai.\ Tlic l^xh KaUinr ha. 
■flvf pa.'i.st ii».ri.s aboard and wU. 
unload ion ton.s of general cargo 
)ieii' hri.>j> pi >« <'t'dinK toltaBiOVVgr 
and I'uRi*! Sound |x>rt.s. 

Sailing from Ban FYancisco yes* 
terday afternoon at 1 o'clock, the 
limiaae User Paelfle Oeofo. Oejleln 
Anderaep. lo 4m iMre lalg SMBdajr 
nlgtai ar early lioBdajr aietalnt. 
aooQgdUg to KlBff WnOmn, total 
ageoii «C the company. Hie VielBe 
Orove if coming from the United 

KliiKdoiM .lit rrii,.iri I Hiii! Cali- 
fornia pofU. and liri.'mii.B nine 
passengers, four of *iioni wUl de- 
bark here. They »'<• Mri H L. 
D'Hld', who will reside 'ai';i :i son 
alrenUy living herr and Mr Yuilc 
and two dauijhtf!-- M 1 ■ sni der, 
Mrs. A. Harrington. E. Dunbar. Mlbs 
A. Dunbar and D. Williams will 
eootlBue to Vaooouver. their deetl- 
natloQ. Oarfo for VIetatIa 
to in tone oC geaenl 



B^U Af#flf ffffip 

On Em fin Day 

\ \ THAT proadaei to be one 

'V of the major holiday at- 
tracUoiih on Monday Ls> the 
flying meri which wU! Uike 
place <it the L^ruidowne Road 
ilMiife' fi» Id The meet 1« 
.'.pon.sored >)V the Aero Club 
of BrltLsh Columbia and foui' 
plMMk wUl inake a special 
trip from Vancouver Ut take 
part In the event. Cecil Sve'a 
lov-wlBff mooplene vUl aleo 
take part la the I nliiMljiii 

being arranged. The MUb- 

land planes are timed to ar« 

rive at tin locai ain«)rl alxjut 
10 O'clock Monday morning. 



Entry for Atlantic Race 



SINCK 1H90 



HEANEY'S 

Safe, Machinery and 
Boat Mofwing a Spe- 
cialty. 

CALL GARDEN 7631 



MILL BAT nRRY 

Iff. BnalMet l^- mui b. 

•:U an. • 00 ft m. 

9m aja. 10 ij ft m. 

lltieaA. U:iA ft.«. 

li:Ua,ai. i:SO p.b. 

i-M *.m. S:tt p.m. 

9m P m 4.1s P.M. 

•lao p m. t.ii p.m. 

Oulckctt ftnd cheapMt routt for Up-tiUnd 
^Inti: t.w«niT-rivt minute* ftrry eroulng; | 
lw»nfv ' • ■■ • ■!•« Victoria to Brtntwood i 



Tokehama 
Maru la doe to arrive here on May 
27 with paaaengera and freight for 
thia port. The Yokot ftri.a ha^ a 
llRht pa.ssrnu'pr W'-f and a .siiuill 
■ aik'o to iand tii'T'» ijcr ti.ial pa.s- 
.sonj-fi'S ir. hi.ll. I la.s^f's ii' inhrr 
fortv our 01 thfs/' fV.c tour) t lai-l 
twelve tlilrd cla.ss will le-ve the iliip 
here, and twelve tourist and the 
same number third claaa wlU pro- 
ceed to S ea tt l e , aeeordlof to the 
local oOea oC the etgawiiilp oom- 
pany. She wfll deck at Ogtfari 
Point. 

Prom the United K)nk;doni via 
the C-'anal and Li>s Aiikfles. the 
Donald.son freighter Ciracia Is due 
to arrive at Rlthet PJers on Wednes- 
day, May 27, according to A E 
Shanks, of Rlthet Consolidated 
Limited, agent*. The OlVMa Is 
bringing 13S tons of general cargo 
for Victoria, which wlU be dle- 
eharged before ahe proeeedg to 



WAS m OF 
NEUFONDS 

Preaoher and Paintir Re- 
fuaod Entry Inla CIviada 
liy Immlgralion OfRoar 



OTTAWA, May 22 (aP>^^vcetl- 
gatloB of ehargee ttiat Kev. Kerry 

Preemantle. Canadian-bom resident 
Of Loft Angeles, was refused entry to 
thla oeuatry al mMeer. Ontario, 
Is being made by the Department 
of Immigration here. Details of the 
oaee were lacking In the depart- 
ment, but It was imderstood Mr. 
Preemantle had retibned to his 
hone In OaUfomla aft«r being 
turned down bjr tamlgnilMi otteere 
at the border. 

WINDSOR, May 22 (CP).— Local 
immigration offrprs f^xlay give de- 
nial to a sttwy of lilleged uii in.^tlflrd 
;r)ri-t.irni of Harry Fi ' . ■ , 

resident of Loi Angelca, but Cana- 
dian bora. 

"Be wag rejected beeauee he did 
not have auflMent ftnde to aanre 
that he would not aett employment 
in Canada," aaid Orval O. Adama, 
chief Inspector of Immlgrallgii for 
the port of Windsor. 

It Is alleged by Mr. Preemantle 
I !hn' he was on his way to vlait a 
l! : 'her near Bracebrldge when he 
was refused admi.vilon to Canada. 
He Is referred o a^ Rpv llarry 
Preemantle, a Methodlat minister. 

The report of local aOclala Ig that 
the man vara Mg aeeupa tt en aa 



UNION mUMIHIPS. LTD. 

To AB B.C Coaet Points 
PrlaeelhMfl^ It tiwirt, Aoyox. 

GEO. M.GREGOF. Agrnt 
1 Belmont Bldg. G ardcn 7122 



that ha bad been a 

Pree ICethodUt Ohurdh 



la^the 



MILL BAY FERRY 

SUMMER SCHEDULE 

^ BVFKCTIVB SUNDAY. MAY 24 
UMvra aazNTwoa* uavii tau, aay 



S:ll a.m. 
•:N 

11:00 

11:11 »ja. . 
3:00 p m. y <l 
1:10 p.m. 
6:00 p m. 
0:16 p.m. 
7:10 P.M. 



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10 IS ft m 
ll:4A a.m. 

i:ee ii.au 

9.4» 9M. 

4:15 p.m. 
» U P m. 

7 00 p m 

H 1 ti p m 



VICTORIA DAY . 

Excursion to Seattle 

On itow CHJB. PRINCI ROBIirr 

Monday, May 25 

Latvti Victoria 9 A.M. Leavea Seattto 6 F.M. 

FIVE HOURS IN SEATTLE 

Victoria Girla' Band. Six-Piece Orchmtn for Daacinc 

TICKETS 

Adulta, $3.00 Return Children, $1.50 Return 

nwM ojML onmrn, oofHwam gianr 

I > ler AwplMft 9t NdtiYo Bona of danada 



mmm mi 
OF m mm 




Mining OjfiM 

In 



\MAVKX.. May 23.— W. N. 
Archibald, of the OanaoU- 
dated Mlnlnc * Omalttaif Co.. 
Trail, BX}., haa etifved bare 
after a fUght aeroei Canada 
In a Puai Moth plane, OBbual- 
nggi ftr bJ» 



ASSISTANT 



Official Opening ; 
Of Churchill Set 
For Next Summer 

Minlitfr of Railways andl Casals Infonns House of 
Coaunoos Only Trial SUpmeatt Wai Leave 
Hudsott Bay Port This Year 




Excusts of No AvaH When 
Maohamoai Hate 
QWetOrdera 



HAS SOME PLEASANT 
FEATURES AS WELL 



AMBERJACK II, taking to the water at Langley's shipyards. Nepon- 
aet, Maae., fo r the fer»t tiaMu She waa b uilt for Pa id D. guat. Jr., 
as an entry in the iianiailaiiilt lau^ gvliadolid lor Jvhr ^ froni Nawpoit; 
R.I.. to Plymotttfa, Bnglattd. The craft la a ioety-tva^oot eea-i^Biaf 

boBl far radaff and was sponsored by Mm fM JX Rael^ Jr., 

wife of the owner. 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



VesMdMovemeniM 



Caaadiaa Nattoaal lUUwaya Will 
Nal Oterate The Ceafi ' 



VANOOUVKR. May n.—Arriyi: Africa 
Mara. Oiieni Nlfttara. Australia. May 
SI. Mnldlo. Voa AJweUi; Vaneouvar, Eu- 
rope. Balled May 22, Tr«le«ke, Oraa for 
ordrri: May 31. Point Arena. AnaeorMl. 

8CATTLC. May » < AP).— ArrlTtdt Arl- 
•ona. La Brea. Admiral Sebree, Eldorado, 
hot Ancalaa: Cadaretta, Tacoma, F J. 
LMCkenbai-h Nrv rM>H> ' Alameda, Boutb- 
eaatem A'.a.^> ^ Ho:-- i bach, aavnd 
porta; Kmn .i A.>i.iii: Han DlMa 
aaltad: Taxa.'. cm'.-M' iml Sabrec. 

Bdorado, Boiin'l ;'" " F .» Ai'xandtr. 
PresMtnt I.in <>;n laconia. La Brf*. Kl 
Oapltan. i "* A: ...pt. Harry Luric.nhH. ' 
Boat on: Manna Ala. Honolulu: Intrma- 
ttanal, Alatkai Ta«o(na Ctty. London. 

rOKTLAXD. May 33 —Arrived: Jttft- 
aon Meyfrt. Phlladflphli. Admiral Plakt. 
Prtrr Hrlms. Los Anceleb Robert Luckas- 
bach. Boiton: West Mahwah, Beattle: Ml. 
OakUnd. Hamborc. Sailed: Praak H 
Buck. Ban Ptanelaco: Caacad*. liM Aa- 
irlp^ T. 8. Loop, Ban FranclBCO. 

l A' OMA. May 23.- Arrived Emma Alen- 
snder. lioa . Anselaa: Bdorado. WUmlnc- 

ton 

Csflarrtta. 

Bydney. 

BAN PRANCtaCO. May 32 Arrived Ad- 
miral Moaer, San Pedro. Cambral. Hono- 
hUu. eaU«d: Point Calcta. reniand: Bar- 
bara C. Noyo. Alrarado, Ban Pedro. Pa- 
cific arov» Vanrouver; Santa Clara Val- 
Ifv. V«i. .u\iT J'rcfid^nt Johnson, Manila: 
MantMuma. MaaaUan: Ch artaa a. .Mo Oof - 

■MMa^rimiBii w. r.. 



.. Mar 3J. Due at Tokoliaaw Maa 9t 

al. June 9: Hoaskoni, Mao U. 
tmiAN MARU (Tta YaBoo ew ) MaBi 
close 11:15 p.m.. Mag SI. Oat al Trt»> 

bama June 10. 

PRESIUKNT UNCOLN— Malls elOM 4 
P m.. May SO Due at Yokohama June IS: 
Bhanihal. June 18, Hongkona. June It. 

tPARIS MARU (via S^ftttle i -Malls close 
1:1ft p.m.. Majr >l. Oua at Tokobama 
Jaaa 1$. 

•Carrlea aali fir Bboalita. 

ti-,, .r , . ^,1) (or Japan only 

M -IKALIA AND NEW ZEALAIfD 

MAKUHA (Via San rtanelaaa) — Malta 
eloM 11:16 p.m.. May M. D«a aS Wi 
ton Juna 1: apdaav. Jwa» 9. 

tvsMTuaA (via Oai 
lose ii:is a.a.. Mag U. Dae a* 
Jaaa 11. ^ 

NIAQARA— MaUa eloaa • p.m , Mar 97. 
Due at Auckland Juna 11; Brdnar, Jus* >0. 

UtaU far Aasdalta aag fUl oalr. 



Shipping Calendar 



Pacific Great Eattern 

Railway Company 

CH ANUE OF TKAIN SCHEDULE 
- aiTWBBN VANeVUVXK AND QUB8NBL 
BFFECTIVE MAY 31, Ifltl 

* ' NORTHBOUND 

^8!ff*'J''^*" Vamoiivfr. Mondays and 
T^rgdaya ^ ^^ , ,„ 

Trem connecting with steamer at i^quainish Dock leaves 1 :40 p.m 

^''"'^•^^^ 8:.15 p.m. 

IK)5 a.m. 



CliiUnn 

W tlli.iin s Lake 
Arrive Uucsne| 



Taeedaya and Vridairs. 

SOUTHBOUND 
I'^fZ^ 0«»V"5'' Tuesdays aad Fridays 

Ctiatoa . 

Ullooet . 



.. 7:5$ a.ni. 
.U:4aa^ 



Arrive S<|uamiali iSii^Z ."' . ^^'" 
Arrive Uniea Dock, Var^rotuer " 'T ! 
'^^'^ ' " and Setardaya 



. 7;1S p.m. 
.11:10 p.m. 
. 4 20 » n\. 
. 7 :.^« a.m. 
. 3:00 p.m. 
. 6:30 p.«n. 



'i ®"" ■ « K^'"** *° Lillooef. steamer laaeea Ualbo Mbb. Satur- 
laya, 9:00 a.m.; arriv« LillooeL '"itit e ■ laiMiiyi I 
Ubooet Monday^ arriva viSSivS'^VdiylTSS^^ 



Sleeping accommorlation On all throagh trains. 
State connr Ouesoel leg fagggaggga la aad hmm r^^tm 



MONTREAL, May 22.— Announce- 
ment that the Canadian National 
Rallwayg win not operate their de 
luxe transcontinental train thla 
Summer,, the Goof ederat ion, acroee 

Canada, waa made todajr by Star 
Henry Thivnten, ehabnaa 
prealdent of the Canadian National 
system. This action haa been de- 
rided upon after careful study. Sir 
Hrnry sfatrd. and followrd train 
service rrdurilon.s already put into 
effect In thr int<>rr.stji of t1**yftT'r fel 
all parts of Canada ^ 

"In the adrtllirin to train Korvlce 
reductions already made." said Sir 
Henry, "it has been decided that the 
Canadian National Railways will ttils 
Summer discontinue the operation 
of the C<mfederatlon aerogg "nmdfi 
Thla will mean, ao f ar oa ttw Can- 
adian National RaUwaiw aia eon- 
eemed, ttie operation ef only one 
tranggnntniwrtal vatem train daUy, 
the Caiitiaeatal Limited, operating 
every day between Montreal and 
Vancouver and eenrlng an Inter- 
mediate points on the Canadian Na- 
tional system. The National, oper- 
ating betw^n Toronto and Winni- 
peg, will rontmiir a' at tU'*«:rn1 

ALL P LEADEO G UILTY 

TRENTON. M.< 22 -Federal 
Judffe Avla imixv.'-d fuiPs of gSOO 
mrh today nn .•;fveii .sailors of the 
Brltinh motor yarhf Malbo. which 
wa« capturf!d In Little Egg Harbor, 
allegedly carrying ggO,000 worth of 
liquor. All pleaded guilty, after 
Paul A. Meiater. the eaptaia. aad 
Oharlea A Await, tha awte. awe 
oonvtetad and gentaaead to a year 
and a day In Attanta penitentiary. 

Urilish M€ul$ 



NEW YORK. May 
8an PraneUoo. 

MAMtA. Map a.— Mtuwasur Caatle. Ban 
PatfT*. 

BHANOHAI. May M.— Bllver Yew, Ban 
Francisco. 

BATAVIA. Igay 33.— auver A«b. Ban 
^yanolaoa. 

TOKOHAMA. Map 31.— TalttB Man. 
Port U nil Mftlaran Prinoa. Ban Pedro 

Hi >N( ih. )N(,. Map 31.— Illinois. Portland 
SHAKPNEBS. MAP gS.— Bnitmoy. Van- 
•ovTtr. 

BALBOA. Mar n^-*M 

claco 

HAMBOMk Map ge, 

couver 



MARsanxBB, Map it 
Ban Praaelae*. 



i-Assu. 



CHARLXSTtM 
B aa Pedro . 

HONfOlJC. MBr 
aan Pedro. 

BHANOHAI, Mar 83 — Olympla, Ban 
rranelsco 

TOKOHAMA. Map 31.— TatsaU Maru. 
Baa pranclicft. 
ANTwmtP. Map 31.— PorOand. aaa Praa- 



aa. AotnTAifu (tu wtw 
class S:l» p.n , Map SB. 
BB. DVOHaBB OP Al 

1:U p ■.. Map 33. 
ee. EMPRBea op AUBTRALIA— Malli 

closr I l.s p m . May 24 

Bfl BREMBN rna Hew Tork>— MaUs 
'-l»ae |:W Mi.. Map M. 

Malt aiiaBese far traasMlsaloa via INw 
York mu«t be so raaiaad. Whaa larvardtd 
br ftlr ever United glatas liaaa. BMll sent 
via New Tork can be paataB twa gar a 
latar Ifeaa tbe dales meisalae abvra. 

aamaa wear nraiaa oawcaAixv 

Malls close 1:1.'* p m . Mst t 
JAMAICA 

Malls eloaa 1:M pm^ Map g* aa« at. 



PANAMA OANAU May 31 Passed, 
baand wast: Plantar. Uverpoal^ lor Vlc- 
tarla: Bawirdtp. Tyna tdr 
India. Maskov for Baa 

Tsfk for aaa ) 
va us aa m. 



wliiBleMi aaTTt far 



Weather Report 

BBTBVAN— Part rloudv southratt. Ufht. 
3St>: fUlP-foar; •'•ft »moo<li 
PAOHaiA-Orsrcaat; «a«U llsbt, 3t.SS: 

aaa Mioatb. 
CAPE BSALS — OvcreasM gaMhaMl. 

lUht; 3SII3: aea smooth 

Wireless Report 

(».' . -• • p m., onlecn otherwiee Btat«d> 

TA -'.y OITT — Beattle for Oraya Har- 
bor, oil Capo nattarp at smb. 

XuaovrAH— aaaad Vs B ssew r . 137 
miles frooi Oapo flattorp at B««n. 

RiJDBT~a«Mad Vlatorla, 3SS mllei from 
Cape Plattery at aooa. 

INVBLLA— aeand Vaaooavar. 340 mUaa 
froM astoPBB at aaon. 

KDfDPOOLB— Boaad Vaaaoam. Sdl 
aaUaa from Race Hooks. 

yiAHBT— Bound VMMta. amatp<fl«« 

mllos from Victoria. 



Transpacific Mails 

CBtNA AND JAPgW 
MAT, 1*11 

pnagnarr tapt— Maiia eiaoo 4 ».■ , 

Map a. Dm at Tokohaaa May IB: Btaaas- 

bal. Map It: Hensknnr, May 13. 

BMPRBBB OP Afll.V- MalU rloae 4pm. 
May S Due at Tokohftma May 20. Fi ^ v 
bal. May 14: Hen«kon«. May 27 

PPP-'^TnFNT JCPTERBON—Malla cMsi. 

4 p m Ms r IS. Dut at Ttfcihan Map 
38. Riiftnghtu Juno 1: Hoaakooa, /aaa t. 
■a or 



PAcmo 
dom. Mar 11. 

RXIAN MAHO (Ti 
Japan. Map 13. 

PMPnEW OF CANADA — Phttlpptne 
Islnnrln. China and Japftn, Mfty 14 

PKESIDENT MADISON — Philippine 
Islands. China and Japan. May It 

NIAGARA— AuatraUa, Mav Zealand. PUl 
and Hawaii, Map 33. 

LOCH KA _ 
(lAti. May 33. 

lAcipao 

May 23. 
TOKOHAMA 

Map a*. 

va 

sniD.'.roKA 
May 13. 

PRaaiDBNT JKFPKRaON— Japan. Cblaa 
and Philippine IsUndi. May IS. 

EMPRICS8 OP CANADA— HawalU JapaB. 
China and Phlllpplno lalaad*. May 11. 

NIAUARA -Hawaii, PIJI, New Zealand 
and Australia, May 27. 

HEIAN MARU tVancouyarl— Japan and 
China, May IT. 

PRCSIDBNT KAZHSon— Japaa. Ohlaa 
and Philippine Islands. Map M. 

PAcipio PRESIDENT (VfeBaaaMV) — 

United K nsflAm. May 30. 



Gulf IsUmds 
Service 



fWfectlye May 1. IMl) 
OANGEm. NALT SPaiNO ISIAND. MATNX. 
PBHOBH ISiANO. POaT WAaHWaTON, 
aAUANO 

MaUs elooo 11:13 pjb., Bonday, Wadaaa- 

day and Priday: is a m , Tuesday. 

Malln due 5.30 p m., Monday; 7:18 a.m., 

Sunday. Wcdnaaday and Friday. 
aCAVSa MNMT. PDLPOBB SUBBOa 
kUlla eloaate aja^tModapi 11:11 . 

Wedneeday apg mOef. 

Malls duo lit! am. aiBMae, tnteiMi. 

and Friday. 

SATCaNA. eOVTH PBNDEa 
MalU claaa It a.ai.. Tuaadapi ii:ii pjn.. 



A robot beeun'a mate was re- 
cently pal thrgagh hie paoBB In the 

St. Andrew's works of Oraham's 

Navvphone.s. .SIoukIl F-'iigland be- 
fnre ' l•;^^; .signed on" in a foreign 
biitilr.snip yctunn ready for com- 
niLsM'iii 111 .11. of the royaJ dock- 
yard.^ Ua" ia the laat nerd in the 
developmenl g( Bh Mtkgaleal 
Bailor. 

in addition to calling awg y the 
lAStet boat's mw "in H BPtortan 
tonea through thirty or forty loud 
ipeakers dlstrlbated between decks 
all over the ship (which Is not a 
new feature > this robot can in the 
so-<alled "silent hmirF." when th'- 
<\ii\ > \*o)k l.s nviT, irt^alf tlu- ihiji - 
company with Jazz or chit m be i 
music. He can broa<kBait niuAlc 
playad by the ship's band or from 
a gramophone record, just like the 
proaiaamMa of the Brltlgb Bread- 
oagooc Company. 

A grathlf has been fixed in the 
trumpet mouth to prevent some im- 
patient "matelot" from utiifTlng a 
sock or piece of cotton waste down 
the robot's brazen throat This 
should simplify dlaloRiic at the 
commander's defaulters' table; the 
ah-^cene from scrubbing decks will 
henceforth plead with leea effect 
than ever the ancient but reeurrlng 
plaint "1 never heard lha pipe." 

To keep the priority of earvloe re- 
quirements, the Unt movement of 
the ofBcial transmitter cuts off the 
entertainment profrrnmme and 
abrupt silence await.-i '!,<■ : i';)etitlon 
of the captain's order, wh«rther it be 
a welrome "Hand.s to supjier ' or the 
wafrh call for hoisting boais. 

The robot's musical proclivities 
however, will introduee a new need 
for Solomon'a wledoni In ship ad- 
aalaietmllen. U ttaa ftfelHaaMn 
want grand opera and the gpafter- 
deokmen deeire jaaik vrtiat than? 



OTTAWA. May aa (CP).— Official 
opening eC the port of Churchill on 
Hudson Bay will not take plar^- 
until 1932. This was stated ui the 
Hoii.se of Conunonv today by Hon. 
R. J. Manlon, Minister of RaUways 
and Canals, during continued dia- 
aag ai o B . to nnm i ii l tt aa ef «Mr. of 
an ItBm aiMiaattBV tp MMMN lor 
the iiudeon Bif aalligv ai|4 IMU 
nal const ructWL Thr ftam. aMeh 

WH.s under ron.slde' ,1 ' , lu for some 
hours yestcrdn.v i>.u'..m-.1 ihe cominlt- 
Ifxlay. 

Dr Manlon Informed Uie rommlt- 
tee Uiat about all Omt could be 
done this year would be to liave 
some trial shipments out of Church 
iU. ^ 



poitm.' iii.d th«' deparuuent was 
i1evr,' jiik, ein>rv!e> to geitlnR the 
(KJiL into condition to permit them. 
The big elevator now under con- 
struoUoQ. ha said, would not be 
ready tmlU September, the navlga- 
Uon eeaeon la aad oat «C the bay 
waa oomparatlvaly alMrt. and eon«. 
sequently, if the tggt shipments 
were sueoessfully carried through, 
the department would have done 
about all that could be ex|>e( ted 

Certain companies de.sTous of 
shippiuK through Cliur<lu;i lor Uio 
sake ol advertising tli'-ii products, 

said Dr. Manlon, had lieea lufogaad 
that they must wait until IMLJU 
also atated that there was no taiten- 
tion of maklnf a trial ahipmept at 
lieailoek fraa ChimMU IMl 



SALVM SHIPS 

UW BllSy DAY 




DEAL RUMORED FOR 
PASSEMGER VESSELS 



Another shipping deal, sale of the 
ateamahipg Yale aad Harvard to the 
raetfle SteanMhlp Company. 1b ra- 
morad in San Vrandsco. The re- 
POTt said the coastal liners operated 
l>y the Matson Navigation Company 
belwei-ii San Franci.sco, Los Angeles 
H ' ind San Diego soon would 
be fls.uK 'he flag of the Pacific 
Steam.shlp ( 'oitiivany. 

It was .said that the Matson Navl- 
gatloti Company, which acquired the 
vessels from thp Los Aaseiee Steam- 
ship Company with other ahlpB of 
the T aaaeo Line, Ig not Intereeted in 
coastwise trade and will dispoee of 
the Yale and Harvard. The deal Is 
to follow reorganization and refi- 
nancing of the Pacific eteam-ihlp 
Company, It was reported In San 
Ttaneisco. 



VANCOUVER, May 23 — The 
thlrty-nlne-foot flstilng boat Pike's 
Peak, owned by Nels Jean, was sunk 
off Cracroft Island, opposite Boat 
I Harlxn', on Thursday morning, and 
tlie salvage boats Skookum and 
Helao Isft last night to try to 
reeover her. It is reported she sank 
in IM fatbOBBS. No details of the 
accident have yet been received. The 
vessel's captain is d >w > n mute here 
to report to the nriici wi iiers 

The pii .M'iuc ' f Uie two salvAge 
craft norihbiiunri piuved of value In 
till' .11: 'laiulliiK (.1 llip uit' Sen 
Wavi . a.1 lliey were bound in Uiat 
direction Consequently early this 
morning, upon receipt of the con- 
dition of the Sea Wave, a wireless 
order was sent to the Skookum to 
proceed to ITmrlow Island and 
attempt to aalvaga the tug. Thia 
places tha gglfata TOBBel alontelde 
the Sea Wave some ttoM thia after- 
noon. The aUaalon boat CtohanMa 
standhif Iqr and hag Bw Sea 
wave* crew aboard. 

NEW MISSION CRAFT 
LA UNCHED IN NUHTH 

The fine new AagBoaa Oburoh 
mlarion boat, which will replace the 

Northern CroOB, for many years in 
the aervice of the churrh in Nortii- 
em British Columbia waters, was 
launched at Prinrc Rupert on 
Tuesday of this waek Ttie vessel 
is 47 fef>( long and Is equipped with 
H '•' ',r.' (;...wer 5-cyliii(1er Ciardner 
Diesfi engine. According to thoee 
who iiave seen her iMiUding, ahe has 
handsome Unof aa4 geatfortable 
quartera Sba vffl ba Bi aeawUs- 
aion by tha god of this month, ae 
she wag tavMbed raady for to ran 
her trials. The new boat will be 
named after her predeceaacr, and 
will bear the same honored title. If 
she carries on as well and as ably 
under her present skipper, Rev W 
B. Jennings, as did the old one. on 
which the veteran Canon W r 
Rushbrook labored so long and with 
such marked success, there is a 
wonderful eaiaar for her In the 
fotorg. 




VANCOUVER SHIPPING 



aad 



MUKOKAVE 

_~- — Xl:l» p.m., Wednesday and 

raaap. 

•aMiB Bb* T:lt a.w.. Bunday tad PTIdap. 
Noara oauano 

Malls close II: IS p m.. Buaday. 
Mailt dua T IS am.. WodJModay. 



4u$iralia and New 
Zealand 



NIAOABA^-Oloee Apm 1, i •.■i 
M Aaoklaad. A»rU 30: Bydaoy. April 
.-SRM^ Franclaoo) - 

44»rU a 11:13 p.si„ Arrtpo at Bydnay 

MOHOWAI (via I 

Asm 13. IMS p m. Arme ai 

May «j Bydney, May 9. 

*aoNOMA <p|a aaa rrsniilssBI 
April 37. u;u »4a. Amy* at 

April 31. 

AORANOI-aose ApfB gib I gja. 

at Bydaop. May IS. 

St Australia 



Arrive 

21 

Close 
AprU 



Cloned I Si PI I fin IhiUbui \Hll 
Be Extended 



VANCOUVKR. May 23 Kutenslon of Og 
halibut fishing will i ome into efTeet thla 
the exchaaga of ratificatiooa. on May gf 
between Canada and the united BlaigaL alMi a 
day^last^yeM'^^aeBordhit to wogt 

Protn now on the cloar season will 
two weeks earlier than hlfhertn and win 
ruary 15 following. The l«i'fT date U the i 
moment ih* department statea. it M net 
opera har ragulatleaa that are 

mtimate, ... ,i«r the treaty. 




■ovembf-r 1. 

the fM>- 
L At the 

"id^iS. 
asm wnacn 



Cuiiaduiii ill MuU 
Service 



Malls cloae. VKtena, lt:l» p m . Monday, 
t^are Oalca^ t:Se a.Bk. Wadaoadap, 

Arrive Ler*-"^"^- "* — - 

Arrlre 
We dnoad ay. 
Afitvo Moooo ^aw 1:33 a w.. "TlMndap. 
ArrlTo aaataa 3;4« a.ai.. nnsday. 
ArrtTa Baakateon ll;oa a.ak. Tjiangai 
Arr've winnipeo 7 ss am . Thuradap! 
aer»lce la dally, tncludlnt f> -ii.. 
Correspondaeea aant ic . -r and 
trala an tlto wap. aloa.«8 at victoria H it 

" — p.m^ 

day 

STAHi^LUNG VOYAQE 



NEW FERRY 8IVES 

llt PROVED SERVICE 

NEW WCSnnNBTBR. May 22.— 
Giving a faster and improved ferry 
service t)etween Woodward s Land- 
ing and Ladner. the new landing 
and ferry road on the south side of 
the Eraser River waa placed in 
operation today. The crossing of 
the river will be made in im 
minotes instead of half aa hour, as 
formerly, by flte old reate. The 
entire Bro)eet ef the new, hard- 
surfaced read and the lanftng has 

been carried out at a roat of W0.1WW- 



YANCOUVER, Mav 22 Good 
time was made In loadU k: the Fiir- 
ness freighter 8s. Treloske with a 
cargo of 7JM tons of grain for 
United Kingdom. The ahlp was 
completed after tan hooai end 
thirty minutea' work by the k«t- 
shore gangs and the grain ehvtee 
at the elevators. 

Loading commenced at 9 o'clock 
on Wednesday morning and was 
continued throuRh the balance of 
the day, re.s;mli]ir nt r o'clock 
Thursday and completlof at 11:30 
same ihoming. Uw lUp gtfgd 
Thursday aftggnoon. 

Yukon and Ailin 
MaOe 



KILLED IN HOCK BLAi>T 



KAMLOOPS. May »^ Meat of 
rock eaaggd the instant daaBi eC W. 
Ghaaaa. thhrty-etght. ObeehoBiO" 
wddan. werfclnf on the CPJt new 
grade between Walachin and Sa- 
vona. At the biquest. a verdict of 



TO 



Marliaera are advised that the 
black can Iniey «««*»-iriwy 
Rock, NanooBB BbrtMg, 
out of poaitien. 

This buov WlU be raglBugd In Itg 
oorxaet p^Btlon as soon n' rvx>ihie 

A. W. R. Wll.li 1 
Marine Depart 



VIA VA W OO OVa a rOP.M. atoamori)— 
Malli cloae I 15 p m . May 7, 11 and S3: 
June •. 

VIA BBATTLa- -Malls cloae 3 la P.M., 
May 9. 30 and 33, June 3 MalU oldso 
3:4t turn., 3(ay 13 and 2<. June 3. 

Yukon mall* to Seattle at timoa elvan 
lor SealUe 

Alaaka atalU to VaesSBP M al t:JU pdB. 
on VaneotiTar datas eal Bt lltjB MS. 
prusdlas dap*. 

Bfler a inp abiagd. a lidy tt- 

<|aliad of her colored washerwoman 
I'Uey. do you and your husband 
quarnB now Bw ggae aa fan aged 

to?" * 
reply. ^ B»e 

'That U good, rm mm yeute 
very glad of tt. amt jpovr 

"Ah abely Ib.» 

"What caused you to stop quar- 
reling, Lueyf" tha lady asked. 
The 

sutneient: 
"He died 




Excursion 

\ 

To Salt Spring Island 

SiiRday aid Monday, May 24 and 25, 1931 



Leave Swaru Bay, U;30 A.lf. LttvB Fullord HBftWf, 

In AddMoa to RBgidBr SonrkB 

tmw Mfbfd Hafbor AJf. 3:00 P.M. 

LBm#Br«rts Bigr 9:90 A.M. 4:15 Pelt 



P.Me 



Paaaencara 

Al 



FBKKY TAUFP 



D1ITVK1I8 FUn 



25c One Way, 5n Return 

^ — 75c to $1.30, accordinw to weight 
- 9iM to llOO^ accordinf to Suf 



'X 



06ZA 
w*glan 




Wn^A Nor- 
Andernen, 

IS on th* way to North America In 
open boat He started 
' Frederlkstad. 

tt( IBB 



GULF ISLANDS FERRY Co.. LTD 



at Va er laM Coach _ 

Phone* E 1 1 77 and K i ' 78 



Uaai OMoi, BtohIMob ttrdpi 



I. IRV FOR 
mm] REUIRD 

Flyers Are Ready to At- 
tempt World Tour in i 
Ten Days ^ 

The Soviet QorgmaMol hag 
veread a ptwrioos daatiloa and glaan 

' permission for Wiley Poet and Har- 

J old Oatty to fly over Russia on 
their projected round-the-world 
flight. The Soviet Information bu- 
reau in the tTn.tfd yi;\ir- hccu 
advised from Momvjw tiiMt txTinis- 
sion has been Riven The flyers are 
now on then- wav from Oklahnma 
Ciiv to \Va;sliliiKt<in I'he U\< --- i.h I 
Intended to seek an Interview with 
the British amba.viador regarding 
Bovlet permission, Uatty being a 
a British subject. 

Oatty and Poet win attampt a 
night anond the world In ten da^ 
They egpeet to leave Rooeevelt 
Pield. the atartlBg petot. before the 
end of the week. The first leg of 
the flight win be to Harbor Otaee. 
Nfld.. from where a nonstop flight 
across the Atlantic to Berlin is 
planned. The other stopphiR potnt.<i 
chosen are Moscow, Trkut.sk. Kha- 
barovsk rn iin):i\ in\.,k Noiii' , Ed- 
monton and Thpv. York. The rquto 
is about iHoon miles. 




16 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VJCTQRIA. B.C SATURDAY. MAY 23. 1931 



Importaqt Notices, ^mploymeat, Business an d -Professional Directory, Wants, Etc. 



8bt ISails (SxrlxmM r- 



roil oi.A«npnD oa wamt 

ADTBtTUCM ENT8 

InwrHon nlM e«nu • word • WUli 
1. ti.ii.r!. ioi of MD wordD 4Mb «Mb Mtf*r 

i«ri/.x r,,e -r: I*. 

Ocatn and Kjin-raJ NeUe**. II M first 
lt.00 tor »«( (1 »fl<lii ioii»l lii- 

IB mrr- — WoUAM. »i-M »«i uiMfUoo. 




FLOWERS 



117 



1421 



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rVNEmAL UKSIUNS 



BusiMM 

Unci or aadw. 
uooai fv*c» »t lias p«r 




A4T«rUMr« «oo dtfir* ^ 

MMmM« to • *o« •! Th« CMMtUt M»d 
fonr»rtf*d t« tbclr prtraW addrcM. * 
ebart* taD cant* U mmAt tot tammm 
rtpUM' In c*** thn* word* 

T BOI Colonl»t") *«> lb* MUt tO» Ul« 

ounibrr of word* 



Oul-of-to«n 
■WBU Mk 
will M »baM 
w»rs po« rth l> !• 



resdm «f mu ftdvaiUaa- 
M It to bM 

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T« intura initprtlon Claulfl«4 
fMMb Tha c ciuiiut before 10 
4ttf prvvtout to publlratlon 

CiMitfitd Ads for Tha Buoday ColooUt 
Will ba Mcaptad up l« M «■ Satur- 



Tha Colonlit will not ba raiponalbla lot 
mora lhau ime Imoircil Invnion of any 
•dvarlUMtaiK ordered for n>or« Lhan ona 



BAIXAMTYMB BIIOS^ 
Out Plowcrt MMl 
•a Fort btraet PbOM OartM MU 

Klim'ii Trlck-raphed Anywhfra 
8 MOM MKNT \I. WOKKS 

lM^v^^'(l m< >Ni Mf n ! a i, wokkm. LIU. 

i.ikf fi ur 7 Atrm car lo worka. 

UbI Mk; ISirrrl Pliuiie U arden Hil 



1)MONE ■ 3'>a*->UKLJ> OT 
NonpwilMMar WoUaro 



U'ANTEI> 
lataod. 




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PortlnoN ON VAMt l )!JVta 

llav«_ tan yaara' axacuUva 



llMiMt: iwTi ptautot appMTUM and 

paraona'JtT Ouarantee to Inrreau rour 
bualiipu Canaclitri. iiorri'd Urre ovlat 
fatnllr lUneiB Box SUn. ( .:<ini.tt 

)UTH. 8TRONU. WU.l.lN(t hfcv^i iMKa 



» CBUJKCU NOTICES 

JimUCAN 



Oatbadral. Wbiu«ii«ay. 
at • and aftar Matlaa. 

Matliu. 11 • m : preacher, the Very R«v. 
0. B. Qualnton. Dean of Columbia 
Bvensoac. 7:10 p m ; preacher, the Rt. 
Her. O. D. Sehonriri, BUhop of Columbia. 
Tuaaday: Ordination Service and Holy 
Conmiatlon, lO a m church achool: 
ilinlor, t:4i a.m Junior. II a.m. Tba Vary 
lUv. C. 8. Qualnton. U A., D.D.. Dean and 
Rector 



8t. Alban'a. Belmont and Ryan. Holy 
Communion. I a m. Sunday achool. 10 a.m. 
Matins. 11 a m Kvensonc, T p.m. 



for rabata oa 



Any 

errors _ . 

thirty days tnm UM *tt« «< 

Otlirrwlse tha claim Will 



account of 
wltbln 



Ml »• BUavad. 



( 



Tfca Coionui samea I. BfaJlabto am? 
• to !• p ok. anar' 
aall impira 4114. 



Acreaae lor Rant ...••••••••••••■•*<*• M 

Acreaia for Bala .•••••«••<••••••••••• Jb 

Acresse Wantad ,,«••••••••••••••••••• 

Autoa lor Bira ** 
Aut om ob M aa ..••••••••••»••••••••••••• 

Births * 

Bicycles and Motoreyatod ••••••••••••• 40K 

Boats and Launches •••••••••••• 

Buildlnc Material ,.••••••*«••••• MA 

Bualnaaa DiraetMf y,. «»»a«»««— 
Bustnass OppoftnMMB •••*>•••••■•<•• aO 

Carda of Thanka ••••••••••••••• 4 

Ohiuab notices 

OletblBB. Fitrs. buoaa. 



Ivaato 

Danctnc 

tieaths 

: /ri'.iMntkliil .., 
educational 



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nraia (or imt .•••••>«•••••••••«•••• 

Faras for Bala •••••••••••••• 

FARBS Wanted 

Plata and Apartments to Mat 

Flata and Apartmants Waatad 

For Bala, Mliiisllawaai 

Fantltara •••••••••••••• 

l^yal dbO 

FtuMral Dlraetora * 

Fumlabad Houses far BaBl..... MA 

Furnished Rooms for Rdst ••••••••••• dbA 

Fumlabad Rooms Waatad 

Halls to R«nt ••• 

Hotals 

Housekeeping Rooms to Rant • 

iiousekeepina Rooasa Wantadi 

Houses for Bala ■«•••••••••*•••••• 

In Mamorlam . . »«««»«»»»«««»»»"• 
Lodaes snd BoeloHn ••••••••••••••••• 

Lost and Found ...»••«••••••••••••■•• 

Machinery •••••••••••••••• 

Market Bpaolala .•..taa«>*<«««««^>««»« 
Marrlates , 

Maternity and OMMHMHB MMB... 

Ulnrellaneous ••••••••••••••••••• 

Money to Loan 
Uonumenlal Works 

Muslo 

Musical Instruments 

Nursery Stock, rianta. ■!«. 40H 

P^rconal *•••••••••••••»• al 

Profeaslonal Directory ••••••••>*•••••• ~ 

Pi'oparty for Bala M 

Froper'.y Wanted ••••••••m***** H 

Poultry and LlTSStoek 01 

Radio ••••■••••••••••» dOF 

Room and Board «••••••••••«•• 47 

Room and Board Wantad .«»m«*m*m* 40 
Situation* Wanted — Psmato •«•••••••• 

8itunt',..i s Wanted— Mala 
H:. wiges, Pumaoas. . •••••••••t«« 

(jurtinier Ufsorts 

Teachers Wanted •••••••• 

Timber «••••••• 

To Cxchant a— MiBcellanaoua •••••••••• 

To Exchance — Real batata. 

To Rent— Misrellaneous 

Onfumished Houses to Rent. . 



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St. Barnabas' Church, corner Cook 
Street and Caledonia Avenue (No. S car). 
Whitsunday: Holy Communion. T a.m. and 
» a rii BiiBdOF Oobool. 10:10 a.m. Buna 
Eucharist, tl a.B. rsatal bTaasoac. T:M 
p m. Rev N. K. Bsoith. B.A., 



M. Jatin s. Quadra Btraat. Wbltsunday 
services: 0 a.m., Holy Oommunloo. 10 a m , 
Sunday achool and A.T.F.A. Bible class. 
11 a.m.. Momlas Prayer and Holy Com- 
manlon: praaabar. tba Itaetor. Rav. Canon 
P. A. P. Qtadwtek. T:I0 pm- Bransons; 
Bar. A. Oardlnar. 



anuTADuraAN 



Ohrlatadelphlaa. Oraaaa Halt Oourtnay 
Street. Morninc sarrlea, Bvenlnc. 
7'30: subject. "Are the Dead UnconaclouiV" 
You are welcome. 



PREsmYTERIAN 

St Andrew's Presbyterian church Rev. 
H P 8 Lattralt. B A. May 34 Sunday 
school. 0 40 O'elOCk. The minister will 
officiate and pcaaab at both aarvleea. 
Morniix sarTloat U Vetoeb: aarmon. "Paul 
at the Bsr af Ptiblle Opinion": solo. "RolU 
Ini and Poaatint Billows" (Haydn), IB 
Harry Johns, anthem. "Our Blest Re- 
deemer" (Nicbol). Xvaninc service, 7:30 
o'clock; sarmon. "Tba IbfalUbla Trlbtuial": 
solo. "Ablda WItb Ifa" (Oarl Babial, Miss 
IiaboUa Orawfordi salboab "Voaca Z Laave 
WItb tba" <Olara>. 



\ ■ > )UTH. 8' 
• work of 
Phone £3157. 



any 



outdoors prSlcrroO. 



I7A 
free, 



I'AINTKRS AND OBCORATOBS 
MODERATE PRiCbS— PAXMTINO, 



paparbaaolac. 
VbMM B Bvlrt 4111. 



PO. WSRib OVTBBrai 
boaaa m 

Cmpira 0041. 



To Out-of-Town 
Sobscnbecs 

Ovt-of-to«a Btibteribcrs who 

with to Answer ad\ erlisc menu 
in which oJily the tclciihi.ne 
number of the advtitisti u given 
may mail tlicir rephes lo The 
Lolonijt, and The Coloniot will 
communicbtc aucb rtpiiim to the 
advcrti««r. 



MARKET HPECIALS 



COUCAnOMAL 



pAPBRHANOINa. 

-k- mlnln.i : h \ 



PATNTTNO. KAIBO- 
>ri |M,,,ae O0«n. 



17B 



CHIMNEY 8WEEPINQ 



ACLXAN 
Cartar 
B75SS. 



SWCXP. FHONB FRBD 
lb WlUlaia MaaJi, 



no CABnNTBBB ABD OONTBAOTOBS 



ALTBBATIOIM. H O O B E RAISING, 
foundatlona. roofs repaired Eatl- 
matas airaa. 0-7663. u -33t«. o Reaan. 



ATTBACnVI HOMES BtnLT — XABT 
tarau. AltaraUoea. X. P. Irytne. 
BdtlT. 



HOILDINO AL' 
p.'kus a speclaltp At 
prices Phone O S4S0. 



CEMENT WAIiLB. FliOORS. 
poinds, sewers. Cinders hauled. 
A Fryer E 483S. E 9330. 



RK- 

ble 



ULY 
Briar 



Ir YOU WANT A OARPBNTBR. PHONB 
aaeretarF 9t toaal naloa. Bmpira <f4& 



ITS 



OABDBNBBB 



OP IBlBBira 



•odaty of Frlanda (Qaakars)— Maatlac 
ISM Fern Street, near Oak Bay 
Junc tion. Maatinc for worship. 11 a.m. 

SPIRIT! a7j8T 



Spiritualist Temple. 1414 Dooalaa Blreel. 
Sunday. 3 p.m , "Spiritual Ouldance." 
7:30 p.m., "The Inner Licht": speaker, Mr. 
W. a Praser Messaaea at eloaat Mrs. 
Ttafl. Bolo. Mrs. W. O. WIUlr~ 



THBOSOFBT 



No maatlnr of tha Vletarla ladapandant 

Thsosophlcal BOclety wUl bo baM ati Mon- 
day evenlns. May 36. 



10 



COBfINO EVENTS 



AaP. OAMOB. SATXntOAT NIGHT. 0 
• ta U. Bnappy archastra; latast 
daaca aiiMlc. Admission SOa. 



rlARNIVAL 
' rove 



eiiiaa. 



DAMOa ~ aAUOONS. 

um. 



Dnfumlshed Kooms to Rent 
Unfurnished Rooms Wanted 

Wanted — Female Help 

Wanled-Male Help 

Wnnlert Miscellaneous 

Wonted to Borrow 



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Wanted to Kent— Housea. Fumlsbad . . 17 A 

Wanted to Renir-Housaa. Ootaralabad I7B 

WanUd tt^Rent— MIscellanaoiia. M 

BIRTHS 

■■«AUI>— At tba St. Joaaph a Hospital, tu 
Mr. aad Mra. R. A. Ranaud. Iiaba HlU 
May SB, a dauthter. 



BbflTH-To Mr aad Mrs. 
1104 Seavlew Avenue, at tl 
Hoapltal . May 7-: t don. 

di;aths 



8TONE-On May 31 there passed away at 
8t. Joaaph's HoaplUl, Mrs. Alice Stone, 
acad sixty years, born in Hlsh Wycombe, 
Bnalsnd. and a resident of Baanlcb for 
the last eleven years, rasldint at Mat 
Calumet Avenue. There surrtva har bus- 
band, Mr James Rtone. at home; one 
son, Jsnics Oeorsc. and three grand- 
ehtldren. of 3473 Darwin Avenue. 
Tba funaral wUl taka plaea tbU after- 
nooa. May SI. at 1 o'eleek. from the 
Sands Funeral Ohapel Rev O L. Jul! 
will officiate and the reniiin< will be laid 
to rent In the Royal Oak Burial Park. 

KEMP At Albert Head on Wadnaaday, 
May 20. Krnest Kemp, ased forty-four 
rears, of Colwood. The late Mr Kemp 
was born In Ensland and had been a 
resident of thi.s district for the last 
twenty ye.irn. and \^ mourned by his 
mother, with whom ha resided. 
The funaral wlU taka ^aoa tbto aftar- 
noon from MeOall Broa.' FoMral Moma to 
St. John's Church. Colwood. where service 
win be held at 3 n clock Rev A. L. 
Nixon will conduct the service, after which 
Interment will be made In hi Johns 
Cemetery. Officers and members of Pride 
of tha Uland Lodia, Baaa of Bngland. vUl 
aiae b«M a aatttoa M thb 



Saturday 

8 12: 35c. 



ANCE. WXDNB8DAT, 1:30 P.M.. ■.O-B. 

11. opposite Colonist, auspices Dr. 
A. P Br.rton. Evelyn Holt's orche.itra 
Rrfresliinents and prises. Admission 3!ic. 
The best dance in town 



JvANCI 
' Hal 



U08E8 SPRAYKD. OABPBWB AmHDEO 
to: satlsfactlos BMtMlOBC Phone 



E S<3S 



CANADIAN Onm. M BT CT W OW TO 
set In as poatasan, Oastoms. stanaa- 
raphers. Immlaratlon. etc Vnlnable book- 
let free from the olfle.^l i , .'^rvlce 
Correspondence School in <'»n»c1a The 
M C O . lAd , 401 Kenslnston BuUdlna. 
WInnlpes 



RABOTB NUMBRXBB UTB tJP TO 
their reputation Thry sell (ood 
IlMw, ;> 1 l:inu 'I'I.eli products will 

ii,««r ■ noil r«li!i- iini)' u\ f uiri, t u> any- 
liodj t iiitlri. .Slall 11 : Vt.^n r f. 

UOCK QAHDEM PLANTS AMD bSDDUfO 
plattia to mat vacMor. ■ 
OardiSsr Ltd.. Kaa tWt 



i^PBOIAL FRIOB ON MHJC-FBD POUL- 
^ ' try and naw-lald ease for today one 
fowl and ona doa. extraa. ll. Bee ua Brat 
Robert Pay, BtaU tl. Phone B0431 

VJPETIAL TOMATOES AND OUOOMBBBS 
All tomatoes ripened on plaat. The 



1 



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INDUN BOOOT. IN FCRPBOT f 
*!iape Cheap: terms Km' i 

INUIAN BOOOT, PRACTICAU., 

new: ownar aiiiM aaU abaa. I 



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M f'l <>»a h M « . 1 , 

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n ILAXl AND APARTMENTS 
TO BBfT 



AT 1144 PABDOBA- 
alaba« awite. 



BXOTBB AMD BAMi 



BBOWirs OBPBMDABUmOffB 
IMl Paadaca. RapattB Bkaa 
todT Pbaoa BONi. 



old rell»tilf Ihim. 
Phone (I ii'H 



F. Wood. 



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^TOP Al HI£l"H|r3HMENT STAU* WBBN 

^ M il u.Mt uie riistkr> I .ood taa and 

'■"ffer served. Si " ■ 

w. 



naei 

pX>DR-lfOL8 RAMOB. W.t. . _ 

r closet and oven door, watarfront. 140. 

( oriri > aiove Store, OS Port Bt. B >01t. 

i>r WAfKH HEATINO BOIUai, MB 
I.Mr 1,-tt radiation, iiuUabla lot 

.■i:.all .•.,1 .^r (II k rvenhouae. Phone Col- 



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I 'AI.I.I.M( iK K, 
Bpri:.i:it.n< ■ 

and pork ri ^.i m< 

Y PAY M' )I(R 



I ALUS 4U AND 80- - 

r.,am. ccis, real 
t lOX. 



QOACRDfOTO 

Qua4tea*&wyi^>St 

NbW BBA BUBIMBBi i^foOU HIBBKN- 
Bone Blda Principal Mri B O. 
Keates Kh< ; [|i«i.ci typewrltiiiK. bouk- 
keeplnr. Mull s<'hool subjects. Coachlua 
for civil Service exams Day aad MlSlB 
&<:hool Phone O arden 5025. — -r 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL. 1011 OOYBBX* 
ment Btraat. Buslnasa subJaeta. tbor- 



SPBOTT- 



IBBiU ' UW 
^ ABttatad wItb 

The Buslaaaa BOMatOM* AsaoclsUon of 



eaeb 
laoh 



SaU'Stts'e';.',':"','^! 

Courses: 

BtenoarapbF. Bacratarlal. 
paratory. OlfU Btrrtca. 

WHta Of oaD lor 



BPBOTT-BBAW BUZUXMO 
Pboaa Baipin TIM 



Ur UNDERDOWN. LANDSCAPE OAR- 
• doner. Rock, soil, gravel delivered 
aayartaara. a IMS. IWl Hillside Avenue, 



■ItVATloVN \\\ 

»LMALK 



housakeeper to one or two adults (out 
during day for room and board, light 
work essential. Box 2884. Colonist 



C^APABLB CNOUSH HELP WANTS 
work for mornings, i:30 tUl S. B4I47. 



D 



,AILY OOVKRNBaa DOIBBB 



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bakarp or ooafaettoMrr. 

Oolealat. 



WAintBW 



Tj^NOLISH aiRL. 19, WOtTI.n LIKF 
-* position of soverne&.i to youns rhilri 
or children, anywhere In British Columbia. 
Fond of sports, toad boraawoosan. Bafer- 
ences given and rotalrod. Ptoaao apply 
Box MU. Coloatet. 



E 



OOI.OBBD OIBIi » 
hoar.^^frV/rlfobiS'*'* 



RB8PICTABLB AND BBfJABLB OIBL 
wants honaawork; slaap out. OlMO. 



J7« NGLI8H 
^ raced 



aoDi 



3488, Coloatet. 



•mdloal oeofci bObHo. Bc« 



T_IOBPITAL-TRAimn> NVBBBMAID. 
•AX good rafaraaeoa. would Ubo aharge of 
Infant. P.O. Bm MS. ObaeoB, B.C. 



1 |ANCE, SATURDAY MOHT, AMPUION 

f / Hall. I to II. BTOlni Mra orebootra. 

Admission Mo. 



HoLiDAT sa SBMBTBRunr. no» 
toHa a (Mbvalor planrovn^-Batar- 
day danea. Monday. nrsnlM iaia daaoo. 
Zala's unequaled , orchestra. nOBO NOOT- 

vatlons: Colqultz I Ro 

REGATTA D A N C Er CLUB^ 
Oorse. Saturday. May 31. 0:30 
p m Special muale. Bafraihwaata. 

slon BOc. 



TBA A 
• house, 



\fcMORRAr8 PAmiQN, CORDOVA 
iu. Bay— Daaab amy Botatday abibt 
at •, Pitt'a orcbaatra: boar bUb on tba 
plaao-aeoardloa. 



lirACCABESS- BIO DANCE. A O F, HALL, 
-^»* Friday. May 29. 9-1; 35e. Good 
Jack Baxter's orchestra. 



PVHN— On Mar 22 there passed away at 
the Royal Jubilee Ho.ipltal. Mrs Victoria 
Anna Pynn. widow of Captain John M. 
Pynn. «ta waa bora la Nbwfoandland 
slity-nlna years Mo aad had baan a 
resident of this city for the past thirty- 
two year* There survive three sons. 
Wlllism J. of Victor Street. Alton, of 
Anyox. B C ; Cecil, of Seattle, and two 
daushters. Mra. A. Harrison, of Forbes 
Btreet, and Mrs. S. Kenaham. of Trail. 
BO. 

The funeral win taka place this after- 

Aoen, May 3S. st S JO o'clock, from the 
Bands F-unersI C'hnpel. and the remains 
win be UM to rest In tha family plot at 

nnrr. Biy Cemetery. 



noput— Oa Ttanrsday. May tl. at the 



RWral ilBbUaa Heapital. laabslia Dooie. 

aaad aftr-two rears, wife of John r>oole. 
of Eau Ov.ier riKtrlcl. V I Mrs. Doole 
was burn in Virions, rtsushter of the 
late Mr, and Mrs John Black, pioneers 
of thia city. Bha Is mourned by her 
husband and one son. John, and daugh- 
ter. Ellraheth: also four sisters. Mr« A 
Bro«n. of 3749 Quadru Mreet: Mrs R 
Bray, of 1180 Psndnra Avenue: Mrs w 
"1 Johnson Btreet. and 
■I!-.* ^ Worthlnston, of Oralgdarroch 
MM, and three brothers. James Black, 
E.H'?..**''*''". •'ohn Black, o' 

■Unlrhton. and Hush Black, of 1741 
Hampshire Rn<i<J ' 
The fiinersl will take place this after- 
nnnn. at 3.30 o'clock, from MaCall Braa ■ 



prizes. 

i^ATURDAT NIOHT DANCES AT LITTIJt 
T Arctic. Cordova Bay, • o'clock. 
Mflo<llnn« nrrhrstra Admission aSc. 

SATURDAY, MAY 23. SkTp.M.. EAGLES' 
military five hundred. Eagles* Hall, 
1319 Government Street. Good prizes. Ad- 
mission 35c 

THE VICTORIA AND DI8TIUCT~COR^ 
nlsh Asaoetatlon win bold a maattns 
In the Foraatars- HaU. Cormorant Btraat. 
tonight at I o'clock. Purtbar aarellaiaat 
of mambars win ba mada. 



'f^tcrroRiA DAT WI"aL BtoMOMUUrs 
y p.viiion, Cordova Bay. May M. i-i. 

Pitt s orchestra. 

IVroRKERS^ 
rv dance on May 



Roa BnUtb'i . 
Good prlsast Me 



ALLIABOB RARD 
M " 



TIME 



S-QAr-'AHTNER WHIST AND DANCE, 
•«->t.r BO B. Hall. Prida of tha Island. 



Saturday. Mar 33 
•3. two 12 50. two $1. ««• ItJ tW 

II. Aflp ■ ^ ■ • J^r 



two 

U, 



HOUSEKEEPER AND COOK TO WID- 
o^er or bachelor rhOBO OBMI. or 

write Box 2634, Colonist. 



YY'IIKJW 

With 



REQUIRES POOmON AS 



hooMkaapar to InraUd or widower 
I CBod Book. Rob STM^ Coi- 



mSONAI. 



A. p. BABSETT 



PUno Tuuer and Rapalrar 
MOl Ooualaa Buaat. Vletarla. B.0, 



ri-UlE ROYAL BUSINESS SCHOOL (OVER 
*- Campbell's. 1006 Oovernmenl Street). 
Intensive coaching for Civil Bcrvtca aaam- 
inatlon being held on Saturday, May Mb 
commencing on Monday. April 97^ Ibdt- 
vldual attention. Fhooa O6018 



T HB STANDARD SCHOOL OK 
VrBNOORAPHY AND TYPEWRI riNO 
Mlsaao O. M. Dickson and W. O. MlUlaan 
Blaob. oab Bay immMm 
Oardoa 104 



VICTORIA SCHOOL OP EJCPRESSION 
MRS. WlUTllD ORD, P T C L. 

1006 Cook Street Phone O ardan M3I 



R FOULTRT IS 
, , ! snd cheapest In 

2 a 'Oilers. Mo par lb 

R. W. Bantley, stall ««. • 



17 



Mist El.LAVFOI'S 



A LL YOUR TRASH WILL BltlNO YOU 

^ oa ab. aaab aa racs. bouie.,, .uo tooU. 
Bwaaa. laraittao. or anythms else we 
wU^Mwggi aatf par best prices. PhtSJ 

T AWN Unwrnf; «HABPENkD. II; FWEE 
^ rtein'iv 'll «^:k guaranteed. Carver 
?_!?!?"'_'■"' ^' Phone 0 3014. 

gAWB, ALL kinds! 



etc. 



nUBX BBT. 
Phone W. Biaary. U«7 



M TO Mafr-4»lgCELLANEOU8 

T AROB DODBUE - PBONTBD BTORC, 
^ Madarata rant. 

Alterations to salt ttboat loaalBa. Oood. 

is^e. Ltd . 118 rnm fSS I S mmSrmmu 



llOKKA I EI.t(. IRIO RAN(1E, PKAC - 
•''I lirslh iu». clieup Phone Albion 35P 

McCLAKY ELECTRIC RANGE — PULL 
slsa. With Wiring in your home, 1145, 
H D. Malawarlno 4k Co.. 418 Port Street. 
Phone G7»ai. 

KANGXB — IS PER WCBK. PHONB 
Empire 8433. 715 Pandora Ara. Bab 
ageni s for findlay ranges. McOlary rapalrs 

1 u OOOD OBBD~RAiiaaa. m op. oabh 

to or tarma. B.a ~ ' 

4(M 



3 



tOUHUa OP SCUTUU 



AMU BUU- 

Oamarara aorar. 1 yaaaTo ab a J& '^lor »0c*^ 
DaUvared anrwbara. BUl'o Oraaory. Pbona 
Obidaa 1101. — w^». raosw 



watser mmlk, 1 
«ar. 1 y< 



ttWANTSD— MISCELLANEOCl 

ABBOLDTMT^ioiiuir^wucii^^ 
for ascoodbaad toraKara. laolL ar 

BOJM. Call anywbara. 



A BSOLUTELY HIOHEST PRICES PAID 
for ras.1. botlles. tools, stuiri. turni- 
ture, or anythi-ia >ou wish to dispose ol 
We call snywhrre. any tune CI arilr n 4 ; .. 

A lA- RINDS JUNK. METAL. BOTTLES, 

■^^ roBOb aaab*. Bmtltaro. tools pur- 
cbaaad. Will aaU praawtiy. G07JI 



A BBIOHT POOB-BOOK 

tatnad sutta, l-piaaa batbraoai: saoi 
r«nt roaao na blo. 1740 Pwt. BI7N. 



\ ILSA MANBIONB. PAIRPIBLD D». 

■'V TRitrr -Double sultas. furnished aitd 
unfurnished u a r a g e accommodaUon. 
Rentals IJ7 50 to Hl.tO. Apply Janitor. 

Phone E 0961 

i PAJi TMENT. FORNI8HKD OR UNPra^ 
- s l.'.^^(.,t iirar l urt 340 Llndea AvooMl 



A BRIGHT. POUB-nOOM UNPDR. 
Pte bad suita, apaa Brai rarara. o IIM. 



4 OOBT BACBBLOB-a BDITB. 
' -^'"•.*«^"»*^ *»b»» ttll Qaadra. 



\ POUR ROOMED PURNISHBD APART- 
V ment. bathroom, dinette, kitehaa. 

elcilrlc -tove. prlvnte entrance. 185 ~" 
to St Marsaret s School Phone 



otaM 
■ MM. 



/ OAT8- MILK 8PaaUU.T P^ODUOBD 
y < and botUed tor Infanta. bmOtda And 

tiowina children. C. H UnwbbBdHI. 



MIBCEUJVNEOOB 



PIANO FOB BiBT. mrnrm. pronb 
CI Mil. 



POR REIiT 

rrUmBB-BTORT. SOLID CONCRETE 
BUILmNG with aS.OM MBtll tsat 
floor space. Wide ramps ftSiitreet 
to baaamaat and second floor: freight 
elaratari all conveniences Desirable 
for rarata. storage or warehouse pur- 
poses. 

Whole building available, or wlU rent 
part as desired 

AOORBBS: OlO VIBW BTBBn 



Apply to 

8WINERTON * UUBGRAVB. LTD. 



B.C. DRAMAnO B CBOOft 

8TUDIOB: 

f»Of5;H FORT STREET. VICTORIA. AND 
UOtJ Vancouver. Be The original school 
of elocution, public speaklns. and drama. 
Good results guaranteed. 



M 



MDUO 



A nfmb-MANDOUML BANJa ODI- 
tar. B.C. Aaadaaay. n. Btiu. Bmm 



BANJO. MANDOLIN, GUITAR AND ALL 
_ stringed instruments tauoht by W. O. 
Jtowrtabt. 1110 Broad Btraat. Pbona 
Baplra MM. Raa. phoba BaiFlr* ~ 
Rawa 1 t« 0 p.m.: Saturday. • to 1 



PBRCT SOOTT — MANDOLIN, UUITAR, 
baajo. Tsacher's diploma, compoaar. 
arraasor. UM Pendernab 



«4A 



PIANO 



M 



IBS FOX — PIANO LE^^80Na IN PU- 
plls' homes. 1140 Burtlett Phone. 



PUPILB VIBITBD. MO A LESSON— 
Pl BBi^ TloBa, landoilB. Pbona B S347. 



tlB 



VIOLIN 



ERNEST SIMPLE 
raaldenca a 7710. 



H'l I'DIO. 



E 3811: 



ss 



DANCING 



APTER THE DANCE THE GHEEN MILL, 
048 Yates Btreet. Open all night. 



A GIFTED ADVISER— MMB. 8AMML 
Suite 3. 90a Esquimau Rd. Pb. OMOa. 



AT THE BRIDGE BTUOtO— OORTRAOT. 
Whitehead systaoL BauMtoMM. 



A ?°»" ORaHRBB-A 



quits 4R 



A TURKISH BATH. WITH ALCOHOL 
rub. removes stiffness after golf 
riding, etc 733 Yates. Phone E 

r>U8INES8 AND OH^IACTBR ANALYST 



ALL LATEST BTBPB TAUORT BT MIBB 
. ^V^'ta, who Mii l i W B H Bt ballroom 
danctag. BMll. 

DOROTBT OOX. A8BOOIATB IMPBBIAL 
Society Teachers of DanetpB. XOMOB. 
Kngland All branches of daaoiBBa StOdlO. 

Old Collegiate. Burdett Ave. 



\ VICTORIA STUDIO OP DANCING— ALL 
the latest In hsilet and social Jo«e 
Farrlngton, Csstle Block. Port Btrcrt 



VIOLET FOWKB8 8TVDIO OP BTAGB 
daaolaf, 1 MbBbb BMrib lUS Obvam 



DKUSMAUNO 



pBOKER& PDRB. RBMODBLBDi 
^ erata cbano. PboiM O 



MDt Ml 



:oD- 



W UAMtU— MALE HELP 

pOAL PDtBMAN FOB SECOND ON SS 
Apply Rlasalaa OoA Pbane 



JOHN WOOD - VOCATIONAL ADVXSBB. 
w Ir t-T .f'onal Oorraax»danca. 



Schof 
Phone E 



on 



Canadian. Ltd. 
700 Yates St. 



rpAKE ADVANTAOB OF OUR SUMMER 
clasaea In Auto Mechanical and Auto 
Body and Dueo Courses. Special fees. 
Write for our free "Automotive Oppor- 
tunities" booklet and 40c per hour spare- 
time work plan. RemphUI Auto and En- 
glnaarlnr Beboola. 1041 Pandar Btraat W.. 
Vancourar. B.C. 



ISA 



BALEnaiEN AND /GKNXq 
I^ALESMAN WANTED, WITH 



OOOD 



specialty. 

Colonist 



Uberal commissions. Box 3084. 



M WANTED— FEMALE flKLF 

A COMPETENT CATERER TOR CHiB 
Must ba rood cook Exceptional op- 
POnunlly for lady and daushter. Box 2734, 
Colonist. 



ECZEMA. ITCH. PIMPLES, PSORIASIS. 
«... 2S5«' ««l«Sratad leas. Try o-orge Lee s 
Old Chlnaaa Baooaw Ramedy. 1501 Oovem- 
ment Btraat. 

"PEET HURT. ACHING OR~ SWOLLEN?— 
A Call at B C. Foot Hospital for free ex- 
amination 745 Jfales Street. Phone G 8353. 

TP YOUR WA'r(5H~DOE8 nMOT^Ivi 

- 15'.l*^S?"«»"' *>^^°' " to "Watch 
B«ncb." Mainspring, tl: elaanlng. 11. old 
sold boarht. liao nrotd^., opp spencer s. 

II T ADAM ELLEN. OF VANCOUVER— DE^ 
1,7 P«"<l«We readings In general: highly 
sifted In second sight snd sick cases 745 
^ates Street. Room 302. 10 a.m. to 8 p m 
Em nines by appointment, 7 ta •. 0 0044. 
^I^ASSEUSE, —- — — — — 



HIGR-OLABB 
aftamaoa. OTonlas dresses. 



PLAIN. 

E 0558 



TAOIBB* AND CmLORBN'B COATS AND 
dresses. Phone G 7BS5. 



BBBStlpa- 

' B741S. 



CSM.M.O. 

landl Debty.. rheuai 
tlon. Miss McPherson. saO 

Af ADE-fo-ME^SURB SOTM. tl4 Up! 
i^L Rankin. T ailor. 7M Paadora Avenu e. 

lU HMM. atlMBMM at BtaB RM^Ira 



• ^^^•^ TKAIOtt 

Mr snd Mrs May wish to thank their 
friends for their sympatby and beautiful 
noners In ronneetlOB With IBa af 
their darling UtUa OirL 



pOMFORTABLB ROOM OPPBRBD 
jsi.y"'' ?h'Sni°0^ IM Ibw BBMir work 
T^^BQUQIALT - BOOM AND BOARD TO 

■V btTrtt^By^.'&ijKi 

I>EUABLB WOMAN (BOblB NVBSINO 
■a experlenrei. to caro Ibr iRVaHd My 
and help with housework! MB Bar MMIh 

Box 3731. Colonist —WW. 



/~kCULAR SERVICE— NOT 8IMPLT 8BLL- 
\^ Ing. For the pries of a pair of 
riaaaes we give you much mora taaa inst 
li'tjr.t ^ou <mt trained faaHUaiity 
with tba moat modern methods of eye ex- 
amlaalloa, aar proven knowledge, and our 
racomaMadattoaa as to the sppropriateness 
and becomlngness of the style of glasses 
you should wear. Go to Jo.ieph Rose, 
Opto metrist, 1013 Oovernmcnt Street 

■r>RIVATE TtnriON OIVEN IN TENNIs". 
-t- Fee reasonable. For further particu- 
lars phone E 3889 

PHONE WARNER STORAGE CO . EM- 
plre 0334, for moving, packing, shlp- 
rln? storage. Personal attention by Harry 
T, lata of Lamb Storara Co. 

E RBPAIRB WBOB TOlPwArFI 
Bob Hawkes. "Tba BOBM Of Plna Bboa 
Repairs, " 814 Troaoeo Allay. 



L008B COVERS FOR FURNITURB AND 
car. Dressmaking. Phone B mpira 7770. 



2t 



LOST AND FOUND 



LOST— WALLET OONTAININO BUM OP 
monay. drtrer'a llcanca and union 
card. Xaward. Phona B3077. 



LOST— A BBTTIR PUP, WKITB WITH 
brown markinrs. with rad collar. 
Fhoiia BM71. . 

T OflT— 8HBPHBRD POP. DARK BROWN 
^ on back, while on noaa and Iscs: red 
coUar; answer's to name of "Rover ": girl s 
pet. Logt about Ave days ago and Is 
bellaved to have foHowad someone. Finder 
piensr 1.1 En44 or return to 2460 

DsDi.'.'f •■• cet. 



30 



TIMBEB BEOKKU 



ptOR SALB— IH MILUON FEET TIM- 



More available. 



bar, eloaa to railroad, 
Apply^l 3 31 Broad Bt reet. 

TiMBint POR balbToirdwood * 00.. 
Pamborton Bid*. 



Y\'SLL-KEPT TEN NIB 
' ' rent, SOc per hour. Frad 

Union Avenue Phop.. r, 4147. 



39 WAN1£U TO KBIflU. 
MI8CILLAMOI78 

n^ANTBD — flBBBBHOUSE TcT^lease! 
r r with epUoB ta parchaae, if reaaonable 

Close to city. Boa l7Mk - - 



40 FOB SALE, MISCBLLANIOm 




pOl 

^ Let us quota 
Will call If dealred. 
Company. 0 441I. 



ri^HlB WBBK B LUMBBR BPBOIALB- 

ISO to IslO No, 3 Com. Bhiplan 1000 
1«4 and 1x8 Siding, 3 f t to 7^t . ! ! ' ilw 
Lumber, Shingles. Sash and Doors. 
Trim. Table, etc , for berry pickers' 
house, 13x18, delivered anywhere In 

Baanlch 80 00 

Mouldlnti. 3 ft to 7 ft., sultabie for 
flower garden stakes, per 100 Uenal 



AT CROSS" MARKET— TOTAfB BPB- 
elals: Fancy steer beef, sirloin roast. 
lOc lb,: T-boiic roa.M. 301 lb . prime ribs, 
aOc lb ; local Hprlug lamb, less. 40c lb., 
shoulders. 38o lb: local mllk-fed veal, 
leas, 28< lb : rumpa. Mc lb ; shouldars. 
aoc^lb. Buy at Oross' and save. 

ANTROL FOR ANTs! 
F. Smltb. laland 
Lang ford. 



ISLAND AORNT. 
Hitbway Btora, 



ARRIVING TODAY — HEAVY SUPPLY 
of young red salmon, priced from 
40 to 60 cents each: aUo a wondarfu: 
dlaplay of other blnda af flab. 
Plab Market, 014 Tataa Boraot. B Mil 



ALL MAXB8 BBWDfO MAOHINBB. 
alsotrte waabara and phonorraphs 
repaired. .111 Tataa. Pbona G 1031. 



ACETTLBNV WBLOINO 
torch, gaugaoi 
perfect condition, 
stone Avenue. 



OUTFIT. 
In 



4 USED QUALITT-BOZLT PBIOIDAIRB 



AIRWAY VACUUM CLBANBR AND 

Oithophonic Victrols. To save money, 

Phoi.,- t: 

I > AKER8 OVENS, NEW ANd" REBUILT; 
■I » Deferred paymanta, WrlU for cata. 

logue. Hubbard Ovatt fToBiiniii. Batburat 



rtBBQOB-WBll'BR WANTED. MUST BE 
^ In Boad eoodltlon Ouote rtsir. nioriel 
and price to Box 2478, ro;..n 

"\f R8. LEE, 840 JOHN80.N etCi iNmiAND 
"'t riothlng bi.usht and sold E Oi<J4 

ODUYe, i800 LHJUGLAS 81 KEri Wk 
buy good claaa tnraitara. china, silver, 
oM lewelry and braaawara. Oood pricaa 
paid . Pbana Bmplro Mil 

pUONB OABDBN47H— WB FAY BEST 
I prices for bottles, rasa. taaU stoves. 

furniture or anyihinr aUa you Wish to 
dispose of. We call anywhere, any time. 
Try us. 



A FOUR-ROOM SUITE, UNPURNI8H 
f\. ^r*? three rooms, fumlb 

Utoad Apartman u. Phone 07915. 

AT UM MOOLURE- NICE HOUSEKl 
Ihr room: furnace, gas o lOM. 



1 RANTED TO BUY POR CASH. A UBBD 
7 r typewriter. Boa loaa. *«-■—«-' 



WANTBD— SECOND HAND FURNITURE. 
Stoves, ranges, tools, etc We buy 
Junk. Phone calls promptly altenrird lo 
Just phone E 5343 Our man vull r»ll 



\T KPI.WIL APTS BRKiHT I 
» 3-rix)m suites Phone a OiJO 

AT MT EDWARDS- FURNISHED 
unfurnished fists. E mpire 4033. 



A 



TWO 

nishad 



AND THREE-ROOM PUB* 



A 



nMBMK>OM APARTMENT - STT- 
ttat. b a draom and kitchen. 125. Phone 

■ ao4i. 

A FARTMENT. HLAl kX), UNPURNIBHEdI 
dining-room, sitting-room with die- 
appearing beds, kitchenette, private batb, 
Ontral Park Ai artments, eor. Qaaaas BM 

V»iMciii\rr I'.'ionp E 6921. 



100 

Colontot. 



BTOOIUR 
It 



SHARES 



41 

o sail. 



BOOM AND BOABp 



1915 PBRNWOOD. 



NBAR OLAD- 
board; garaca. 



UN PURNISHBD 



VLVIN AI'I.S R(X)M AND 
ette and two room.s 1000 

AR O Y L E COUH T 
suite: o 

Adults only. Garage if n.'cosHM Apply 
caretaker or phone G 1881; after 5, o 4748. 

AT MODDtATB RENT— NICELY FUR* 
alahad suitas. La Bay ApartoMRlk 
Ml Montreal. .m—— 



ABEKDEBN HOTEU 041 McCLURB— 
Transient aad residential, central; 
rusnlnr water In rooms. Garden oui. 

^ - - ..I wK.vi muu HUDllv: 

BOARD AND R(X)M. NICE IXXALITY- «rate rant. Apply Box 
Reasonable, slngls or double. Phoae ' P*"** 0 3083. morning 



O 4557 



i;<XCEPTIONALLY LOW TERMS OF- 
•^-^ fered to few young men wishing to 
economise: room and board or part board, 
■ood home; close to park, saa and car. 
Double garage. Phone B OMb 



B 



OATMRR 



OO R Bw cac OP mwiftM, 

RIO. 



F. JEUNE & BRO , LTD. 
570 Johnson St. Phone G ardan 4Bn 



OABY BUOGY. NBVBR OBBD. tM.M: 
«» no -Ctrl. 14; gnapg. O ardan ITTB. 

BOATS. LADDERB. PAR^^ 
dor kernels, chicken ^.ou^»• 
Brog.. 137 Fort SIrert Empire 

BLACK GARDEN LOAM 
oindars. ararai. 
anywbara. Bai" 
Phoaa Oardaa 



SW I N(13. 
..es 

4U3&. 
CLAY. BANoi 

dattmad 



feet 



25 



CANADIAN PUOBT SOUND LUMBER 8t 

TIMBBR 00« VtD. 
Poot P laMyi iy ai. 



Pbbna 0 71I} 



40B OLOtRWft fUBB. 



NAVT BBROB BUIT. PIT BOY OP 18. 
la Bood ooadlttoo. Box 3731, Coloatet. 



WIOKBB 00 - CART WITH 
bood: also eot: good condition, rea- 
sonable. Phone E 8910 



c 



^ROSS' COOKED 



MEATS ARB 
llcimi^ A large varlaty to 
fioni Lvrryihtng nice for plaiilea. 



DB- 



C'lOMMERCIAL AND HOUl 
frtee(«tlon Installatli 



:ou> BB- 
af all da- 

Oa.. 



CKRTIPIBD 8 B B D POTATOBB — BIB 
Walter Rateteh. extra No. 1, M M par 

^Wr-S^: ,Va8f 'raViy-irVfS: 

Oamiiaa. Bhawnlgan Lake. 




TT^uBiannia ov a bivb-boombd bdn- 
1- raiow. plaaob radto^ chastarflaid aultal 

521'*^,!!? '* •*«•• "Monabto. 

niona B 7001. 



/^UR BUSINESS TNCRBASEB A8 IT 
' ' becomes kinmn where, who and what 
we are. First month was GOOD: aacond. 
80 per cent better: this first half of third 
month, better still. Explanation; CU8- 
TOMZRS GUARANTEED SATISFACTION 
We have the OTOCK and the PIJVCE to 
^J*?;^'; „^iJ^" "'"'■M.or buying " BETTER 
CLASS • USED FURNITURB. (Iva Ua a call 
f,'i,1"'»? WILLOW8, PLOWMAN Co ' 
1121 Blanshard Street (lata Bt. Anns 
Kindergarten School). 



/ANE THREE - QUARTERS AND 
^ ' aingle cream enamel beds, 
one camp bed. Phone E 1838. 



OMB 

I 



tJAANICH PLUMBING tc HATING CO — 
Repalri of all kinds. P. Button. Blaa- 
klnsop Road. B 4340. -tan 

I MUSICAL INSTRinbENTS 

fTUiOMBONB. 118: VIOLIN OUTFIT 92$: 
clarlnrt, fit oima. 111. 
mnt a g , Y41 Paadora. 



**• • ' ~ iri~>rir> nn <. ii u i - ii 



ATWATBB XBBT. MODEL 88. IN GOOD 
OOBdlUoa: cost 1288: best cssh offer 
takes It Boa 3888, Colon IM 



RADIO 8SRVICB AT 020 

ropairo ami parts. "Wo Ba mtH ooirMB oa," 

A^*^ V*-^ OOMPLBXR 

XI. jMofe ia wn aB^ Pbona O OTU. 



31 



MONET TO LOAN 



CJPIRELLA FOUNDA-nON 
•"^ 301 Jones BIdc. B Mil. 



I to t. 



I VANTEO -EXPERIENCED AND OApw 

»5S"««P« trnt sunoa- 
'TJ'^ •«««• Only tboee of 
experience and used to meeting the public 
need bppIv "This Is a steady and well- 
parlnsr poMiion to right party In replying 
e ve f ill particulars as U poat experience 

'Ion n.ihout Iher- - 
Api Iv 



Will _. 

Box 3730. Ooloalat 



bo cosMiderd. 




B.a PUNBBAL eoe i/m 
MabUobod IWI 
1U Browhlaa BtrNl. VMoftb. R.a 

MO. i^ijMBOb 78T0. 



(^AN8B PORBRAL Oa 
ofTire snd Ohap«i. 1411 Qoadra Btiaol 
Phone B mptra Till 



Oardaa Nit RlBbt wM Day 



BROTRBMB 
Funerel Hatair 
I Vancouver stratM 
O srden 3013 



B. J. CtTRRY * _ 
Funeral aervlea 
'DBITATB family rooms. 
•A fhapel. 

'ral Home cor Unadrs and Brouihton 

O ardan 8811. Day ar Nlcbt 



\yiLL OIVB ROOM AND BOARD To 

af^2"'r'' «"■' "f fourteen or 

wiaea. in good home, in return for light 



lege. Woolworth fiST' 



11 MVlrATIONS WAIIMI^ * ' 
MALI 

A J. OREoo. Hooiw" wrirnrTw" i 

mJi aUI""' ? """ dr Hard 

waoO_aoors polished Phone o snji 

BOOKKBBPrR 
or part iin,e 



IX^OMEN 8 AND CHUgUOrB ORXaBBB; 

1 wf**. —''^ >«toi Rooca. 30M 

Washington Avaaao. 



U'HBN PATINO TOOR TBIRPRONB 
bill ellmlnata your parblag troubles 
by having your tlraa. battery, oil. etc , 
serviced at Loula Nalaon's Ona-Btop Berv 



Ice Station, opposite B O. TatePbabo Pay 
Office, comar Blanshard aad rwinoni Bte 




TMM OObORIBT 
(PlMllBB OoM.) 
ttll 



AORBBMBNT8 AND MORTOAGE8 FUR 
Mlaaad, Money to loan Poot ti 
Co.. Barristers, Bank Nova Scotia Bids. 

AVAILABLE FOR FIRST 
on Improved property. A. 
B.irton. lin Pemberton BMg 

TIfONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVD 

property at earroat r«i*s of muraat. 
HeisUrman. Pbraiaa Jk Company. OM Vtew 
Btreat. pbooo B4Ut. 



MONEY 
mortgage 



MONBT TO LOAN OM IMPROVBD REAL 
estate at current rata af Interest: 
k^dOO W O B s: rea- 

^artra 



_rrent 

strictly confidential: quid 
sonable charges. P. R. 
1113 Broad Btraat 



VITB HAVB TRB POLLOWDfO AMOUNTS 
vT to loaa an first mortgaaa— IIM, t50«. 

IMO, 11.000. 11.500 and 12,500. BoaOOBable 



IMO, 11.000. 11.500 and 12,500 _ _ 
charres. Current rate of intanit 
Broa.. 8M Pemberton Bids 

WANiy TO BORROW 

MONET WANTBD— WB HAVB~FOR 
diapoaai aoma very choice first mnrt- 
oo*aa af I4M. IBOO. 1780. 11,000. 1 1.500 
aad 11,000 respectively, at the current 
rate of Intere.^t If you have Idle funda 
wa ahall be very pleased to show you our 
-parings, p r. Brown * Bona, Ltd.. IIU 
Btraat PbtDo aatdoB TtfL 



AOUABAWnRD MOOND-BAND OR 
now alaetrto radio aold on easy terms, 
or for hire by the week or month. Also 
tubes tested free by a modern, up-to-date 
tube tester. Jacob Aaronson. 581 Johnson 
.Htrret Phone O 4723 

I vEPENDAHLE RADIO REPA1R8.~^LL 
• ' tvpc, of aerials erected. E 1843. 

1/ XPERT RADIO SERVICE. ALLOTYPES 
and models of radio sets repaired 
£" -'"Kili*'!.'".5*"'«* b««tlon. operator 
B. P. BlddaU. lao Moas Bt Empire 26S2 

GBT A OOOD BBOOBDHAND RADIO "a"? 
a vary fair 



"TkOMESmO 8EWINU MACHINE. TABLE 
•t ' model, slmoal new, good buy. Phone 
R 8480. 

DRAOSAW, ALMOS"?" NEW: COST 1330 
Inst August: Will sen tor IIM or 
nearest offer. P. R. Tyter, TiOllifWid P.O.. 
or phone BalOMBt MT. — """^ • 



or 



jovr 



^NOUM 



P. JBUNB * BRO.. LTD. 
570 Johnson Bt. Phone O srden 4833 



l^-'GGS — GUARANTEED UNFERTILE. 

r^. IMi Palloto, 10: 

delivered. Phone IIP. KoatbOB, 



"POH BALB-OABR 



MO. iMt OMadJtoaa Ava. 



■0 M Ml 



FRBB-ONB OQART BTITR RVBRT GAL- 
loa of Japalaa Palat parobasad. Birn 
your eoupoa aad pboiM B4M9. p. w, 
Flueka * Bon. MM fSoram 



l^^RONT BBI>BOOM: ALBO BRTINO- 
^ room, nlealy furnlabadi board If ra- 
qulrcd; privata boaia. PIhim B04M. 



GOOD HOI 
park; rareBO. 



PAOINO 
>U RiyWbOd. B 5388 



A FOUR-ROOM HAT. niWUBBIIBUt 
aU brteht ctean reaaia. IneladtaB 
light, water and phone: vacant now: mo^ 
Box 3880. Colonist, af 
or evening. 

JIRIDAL SUITE. VACANT; ^WALKWO 
•l> dlMsnre Apply 1181 Fort Street , 

RICHMOND COURT ' 

BEAUTIFULLY decorated hougckeaplnr 
apartment, open ilreplaoe. garage, 
spacious lawns, reasonable rental. Oak 
WfLt Awya Bt R ichmond . 

BROAOWAY COURT. 443 SUPERIOR-^ 
^*MV PaHlamant Bides. Furnished and 
aafbfbiibad aaltaa. Phoaa B 1033 



^1.00D 



BOARD WtTH AOtY ROOM 
good location. 117 moattalyi MO for 
two. ladles preferred. O MM. 



IARGE. SUNNT 
t» 



Btraat*" i'^"^ *** dM Tb««ur.r 



T>A>UIU OUBBIB WAITTBD IN QUIET 
country home, either a couple or a 
aingle peraon Waterfront, beautiful gar- 
den: all modern oonventenoas: idaal for 

Bummer holiday. 

Box I810. OolaBtet. 



^ — POR CONVALESCENTS 

and oaat-bivalids Phone OUM. 



ROOM AND BOARD-NICE UMATX>N. 
close In. Phone B 7070. 



ROOM AND BOARD — OOMPORTABLB 
homa. Pairflald. B I4M. 



K<X3M AND BOARD, FAIRFIELD, NEAR 
ear. Phone E 3359. 



SBLBOT BOARD- RESTDENCK. PRIVATE 
home, m txjern, close in, gatage E 8483 



C!MAL^ CHARMING HOTBL. OSBORNB 



CIBLBOT BOABD-BBBIDBHOB — PACINO 



Oardaa nu. 



tMB Tl 

snd bbbidt Baraaa. 



16.50 ,1 



EEK ROOM 
738 Flscard Bt 



it 

4tA 



BOOM TO man 



AND BOARD. 

O 



ATTRAOTIVB PURNIBRBD ffRONTBBD* 
room, wa lking dte tanoa ar bus. O IIM. 

T>ROAOWAir ROOM8~aLlAN. OMC- 

B/o.d°'*pS!:a;°SM,8!'"'« 



r>Y TRB «U-LAMOB BBDBOOM. ARD 

mtlBB-raom It desired. 34 Douglas 



Btroot. 



OI^>aB JAMBB BAT HOTBL BBLBCT 
rooBu; kl teh a a otte. tarMO. I41M. 



piOMPORTABLT PDRNISHBD BBDBOOM 
and slttlna-rooon. ras: breakfast 

Refr~ - . _ — 

Ph 



ifWoigoa^alrod. 1110 Port »tt-u or 



^ICELY FUR 

home: board 
Phono BUIO. 



fRtVATB 



rramant Btraat. 



JAMESON'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS 
*> are strong and true to flavor. They 
ara mada ta Vlctorte under OavonuaoBt 
ouponrteloak CMkte tba boM 
Oraeoro 006 tbom. 



OBOIL HOTBL 
IMI B laaabard Btreet 

R0OM8. WITH OB WTTHOUT PRIVATR 
batb. at rcaaoeabte rataa. O 0117. 



JAMBBOlrS COFFEE — ROASTED, 
rronnd and packed daily in i-Ib and 
H-lb. airtight. moLiture-proof cartons, at 
their factory in Vli torla It Is a perfecUy 

balanced blend of the h»st cofTeen gromn. 
Clrocers sell It .Sa>c Ih,- rouponn 

JAMESON 8 PLAYOROUHD BAU. PRE- 
miura— For Jamaaoa'a eoMuiM to tha 
value of 75 or tba valao o< M aad Me. 
or tlM value of 18 and Mo. wa wlU giro 
you a Reach standsrd otoo planround 
ball. W. A. Jameson Ooffaa OooBpany, 
Ltd 754 Broushton Street. 



KODAK 122. POOTCARD SIZE. OHIAP 
lor ca.^ti Box 3838. Colonist 

\f EAT-8LICINO MACHINE— BERLTEL * 
'^'J Parnall patent. A splendid maahlaa 
and good value at tlM. F. W. Floaka. 
Goveraawnt Btraat Pbona B 45M. 



\fnjc ~ ptms. PR] 

**l- clean: auaeant*a.< 



and sea for 
rates Btraat 



AS 



Call 
7U 



1)AOIO 8ALB-1I BLBOTBIO OOBBOLB 



the best 

expense. 



BZFBRT RADIO BBRVICEt 

attention, phone 



\ \'HBN yoor radia 
» » us WO ata I 



you 
least 



RAMMROnUOk VTD. 



R0II4 



SS 




A' 
t 



BPBCIAL BVBRT MORBIMO 

— ^ ^* Ib-flatar ware or 

BMrcal. tOe: shampoo. Ma (long hsir 
OJiwai. No appolnfa a te. Bert Waude 
Halrdreaalns. 
Fort Street 



sucreasor to Freer' s. 740 



ANDYM AN 



Ind. by 0 



IP,' 
E-8781 



I I ANDYM AN vKANr.S 
• I kind Phone 1 ( 1174. 

INKED WORK 
In 

can afford to pa 



WANTS WORK. WHOLE 
Phone O arden 0470 

WANTS WOnir OlT'ANf 



<* contract Phone 



WORK. ANY 



Ing. carpenter ma repaint, 



ANVTHINO IB 
Phone E477I, 



JAPANME BOY W A fTTS ^RobSBWOBK 
'' or fsrmwork Will do anythlne. Phon. 



O 811) 



EN- 



Y A HARPER METHOD ORAOUATB. 
207 Belmont Bea M Shampoo. 80e; 
.cientiflc scalp treatataat Mc, Onrar wave, 
."^oc. marcel. 80e: face and aaek 
II. steamoii. |i. o ardan dML 



l^'tlRTH BROTHERB' EXCLUBHTB BT8- 
A o' «>ermanent wavlnr POaltluly 

beneflts the hair ts full head 700 Fort 81 

HADtDRESfilNf) IN YOUR HOME EX^ 
perlenced operator, Bmpira 7003. 

T-T A V«r TOUR NBZT HAXBOOT OOBB 

» s bv "Donny,"" Parisian export lUlr- 
Craft Beauty Salon, 304 Pi iiillSllaa BMi 

MARCEt.. FTNORR WAVE ANH HAIR 
eul. In your home, civ or ronnirr 

eaperlerred opera' — 



Phone O arden 



MILADY nyw I V 
Str'et Mftrrc 



SHOP. 1T3I OOADBA 
sor hstrrul 3»e. 



laa eMorteaao M Ibo ■BSii^fi^^S'^Jiifc &"cM MM* -^1^*1^^ Ms 



A HAWTHORIfE — BREEDER AND 
£»• feeder of sheep and lambs. 1931 
Bpririg lamb, fresh killed Stalls 34 and 35 

ARTISTIC BRASS AND OOPiPER- 

•^V banded resroduetlegM: aU 



AT tV&UC MARKET- FRESH BOOKS 
OOMma: new seaaotf kippers. Robert 



BUROBW ROMB-MAOB OANDT. fiTTALL 
M. Penoche cream. Me lb. 
ebooalata-eeatml radge. 40c lb. 



B 



trr BotaoT pkom trb orowbr 

wahUHO a apaelalty: beddlaa plants 

aad evervthlne for the garden: also cm 
flowers W Jennings A Sons Branrhes 
Bhelbourne Street and Ruby Road 
Albion IIP 



[^Xm .THB BEST 

' p oa ltr yi 



NBW-LAID 
4. 



BOOS. 



G 



BLLBTT'B 

laa 



antlrrhlnuag% 
lobelia. 300 • 
75 and FT 



NICE BKLBCnON 
broiiera. roaotta* 
all freab kOled. ~ ' 
Watklaa. 



PRODUCE. 
> petaatee. 



ILK 



FED 

towi. 



r>ORCH AND VERANDA P1>NT TUBS, 

A alan water 



TSOTOR LOlWaOT OORBOLE 

with ili M MM «asch chassis, 
roa drnamte Moafcor. in beautUul 
dra^roat eabbMt. RoBMar 



$s7.r,o 

On Terms 



RACIO 



MD. 



150 



ALLOWED ON YOUR OLD 
tery set or gramopfkone c 
latest 1931 electric radloa at 
son's. 581 Johnson Bt. Pbaao O OTM, 



BAT- 
I the 



NCBSEaT STOCK. PLAMTH. ETC 



TKIB — LAROE. HANDSOME FLOWER, 
A wide ranae of coter. eholeesi selection 
of named ysrlede. now t^to<in^jt^g Phone 



411K 



BILICLCa AN1> MO loKCTCLSB 



BPBCIAL INDIAN SOOUT. OEMON- 



reductlon 
Shanks * 



Hee I- snd many ethers at B. 
Sons, 919 Fori Street. 



A NBVAL BALE OF REBUILT BICTCLBB 
<<^ ^om IU.M to 138. New C C M. bl- 
•.'£*^ fi*- Vlcwwy Cycle Worka. 881 
Jobaaon Btraat Phone o 4733 

BfKl FOR SALE, 
Phone O na 

INDI/U* 
in good 

Apply 1522 Burton Avenue. 



BorB CO M. aa-iN 
etiaap, good condition 

T/OR 8ALI — THREE - SPEED 

-t motorcfcle with sidecar all 
shape. ISO 



F-'OR QtHCK SALE OIRI. R MAMKY- 
llarrU bike. 18 Phone 1: Itp' 



J^AOTB BfCiraiA IB OOOD 



RICH AND 
clean; guaranteed from T B. tested 
cows, grade "A " certificate. W W. Swet- 
nnm, Edeeware Dairy Farm. O 1017. 

1 )ORCH AND VERANDA FLOOR FAINT, 

' 'p" ml. 95c per quart The Staneland 

(11 I '1 . RID Fort Wtreei Phone n 1014. 

i»RESS CAMERA. 4.5 LEN8-^A SNAP AT 
150. Cost 1160. O MIO. 



RICH JERSEY MILK AND WHlP P iBU 
cream delivered dally. O MOC 

RANGE CASTtNOS'P0R~M0BTLT~AIX 
mskea BO . Hardware. 

^TOVBB AND RANOBb^ SCANT MAKX8 
Wa repair aad UuUO eoila. water- 
fronts, parts, bellera. ate Boatban's Btove 
Exchange. Ml Port Btroot O 



s 



49B 



(INFVRNISBED 



T TNPURNiniKD ROOMS. GROUND 

Jls— 25?^' '!S'^ decorated front room: 
oploatfld locaaon; central. 1411 Vaaeouver 

street. 

51 HODlBUSmfO aooMi 

«o — 




NICB BOUBBKBEP* 
room. G 1018 



A T 7M BOBorrr avbnub-comport- 

abte houaakaeplnc aad furniana<] 



'••^l^ furnished rooms 

AT 119, COOK BT. — COMPORT ABLX 
E4434**" »>ousekeepln« rooau. Phone 



AT 111 vANooavn-BBiBOT Roinii; 
(braUbed ar wafitBlgbad. OarMaT 



A* Md OOLUNBOB-OLaAR. 
MOHMt roaaoaablot oIom la. 



01MI, 



ATTRACTXTB 
convaalaacoa. 



441 



BOObIB, 



AT IHR TA- 
rao. MbM. bot water 



PORBIBRBO ROOM. 

Bisn. 



T»Bp-8rrnNo-RooM wnn separate 

^' kitehen: good residential district. 1330 
Tatea. C 1M8 



pOMKRTABLi. OOBf; WARM SUITR 
^ ' furnished: ground floor, facing aautbi 
kttehenette, hot and cold: aU found. t7.M 
per week . lOSt Pandora. 

piORAL DOURT AND JBBMOND AFTs'. 
l^iralabad. anfuratehed aaltea. B 0717. 

/"^RESTA-LINDA. CORNER FORT~ AND 
' Linden Nicest suites In city. one. two 
and three bedroome: all Urae rooms: hot 
water beattati 
OMM. OdMT. 

piLBAR, 

^ ainria apartments. 

shower accommodation 

Mrs. O H Allen. Vi-torla House. IU4 
Rockland Avenue Phone a arden 2831. 

i SARLTON APTa, 711 PANDORA -FodC 
' ' nishrd •ulte«' hoosakeeptne rooms 



PDRNIBRRO 
ample batb bad 

Moderate rentalC 



COMPORTABLE APARTMBNTB. NBWLt 
_ doooratodi lawor MBtali^ tl7 Bi^ 



LEE OAKS 
piORNBB of Lea Avenue apd Pert Btreet — 
^ Vary dealrablo new three-room apart* 



VARRann apartmbntb 

tn OOOK BTRBIT 
W and fully modern apartaMblO 
three rooms; garageg and all 
Mnvbnianoaa. Radaood rantala. 



TOO MO 



PHOBB 
J^OWfcLL'S OARTAOB OOh 

OARMRtlM 



PA ORntO. W ORW 

TRATB odb busibbsb 



I \EVONBHIRE HOUSE, 713 FORT — 
■t Central automatic heat Housekee»> 
Ing rooms and bedrooms with houseki 
Ing privllegee. Reasonable rataa. OMM, 



^lORBIBRBD 



AFPLT 
BOYAL TRUBT Oa 



R4fM 



Mtm 



I^^URNIBHBD 4 OB ••BOOilBD APABT- 
X menta. In rood looaUty. Boa MM. 
cmoniat 



■LIAIRPIELD WATERFRONT ~~ WVS^ 
A nl^hed three - room suite; taraBBI 
Fristdaire (35 Box 3817, Colonist. 



HARROGATE, BEACH 
BAY— Suites In this 
iDg, Oarage with each 
heat. PMaldalra. BUM. 



OBIVB. OaI 



tar HOTBL APABTMBNTB 

724 Yates Street 

Large Slx-srory Modern Bulldlna 
Strictly First Class 

YOUR V18IT IN VICTORIA 
pleaaaat and economical by staybM 
la Vklarla'a most popular and centra^ 
located Iteht housekeeping apartments, 
where home comforts irevsll. Single or 
day. week or month prteaa aiodi 
A. OrifTitli. Prop. ^ 

Phone K 5914 



M 



doubte: 



BBLVOIB LODOB — 
keepias veaMO. ItM 



ROOSB- 
B-iU7. 



pLBAN, 
' near 

E 1444. 



V^ET OF GOLF CLUBS (II) AND BAG— 
•"^ Cost 1105 Will take 155 cash. Can be 
s^en at Peden's Sporting Goods Btore. 



WANTED— 8,000 OLD FOONTAIR 
V V Norman G. Cull, Ltd . IIM Daartas 
Btreet. Victoria, will give yoa II for your 
old fountein pea when traded la an a new 
BbcaBar. Parbor or Watofawa pen valued 
at M or 




WRBN TOU RB 

ni A R 



FOR 



HURRY 



I. Circular Price Lists. 
3. CIrculsr Fostrsrds. 

3. CIrcuUr Letters. 

4. Mlanorraaliing snd 
. ^iBrapbng 
b. RMtaM of MeeUasA, 
B. Prorramn 
7. Ruled fo 

factory 

a. Newspsper AdvertlsementA 

0. Addressing aad Maltlne. 

10. Personal letters (with nasM 
filled In St top, glajiiaa. 
enclosing and tha mMtaa). 

11. Cootes of Financial Btaia- 
mente and Reports 
eel In touch Wltb M- Prif 

be found 

1. r.nerr and 

Whe n desired- 
Oat-of-town 
MBHirles soUeltad. 

NEWTON 
AOVERTIBINO 
AOBNCT 

Msll aad Newspaper AdvertlaigM 

Multigraph and Mlmroaraph Cirealar Let- 
lora aad Paatearda. Addri 




r^LEAN, BRIGHT HOU8BKBBFING 

^ r.v ,. . ,|n,. In 419 Belleville Street, 

/"iOMFORTABLE HOUSRKEEFINO AND 
V/ Beeplao rooms, ste.m heat, bot and 
Mid water. Rates 13.8O ta MM 



CLBAN. COMFORTABLE H< 
in r rooms, wuh kitchenette. tlM Vbrt. 



D 



KIHl HCTTEL- 



- ROUSE 

Ml Tataa 



AND 
Mrk 



TnUHNisnpn a.nd 

l hou"* 'eri i.n room, 
garden 



'ara rot 
Fboaa B mpIre 0311 



terte 



TTTOBl 
r roi 
lenees. 



LIORT HOUSBKEEPINO 
rronnd floor, all 
IBM McOar* 



H 



BOOMS. FLATS. 

cabins. H par month up lojs Hu,. 
aide Avenue 




H 



baard. Apply 



AND 



G ROOMS. PROM 110 
a». IIM B«:fclaad Aveaae. 



L 



— OLBAir. 
_boaaekeepin* roema. 

O TtM. 



NBWLT 
— n la M 



AND tWf'^in A TFD 
Oarage x I4ai 



TWO ROOM BOfTI. OIMOLB 
enetlai sarace: ate*' 



RXTOH- 



MAIUNB OHALBT. OAK BAY - VIO- 
tana's flnaot furnished kitchenette 
spartBMBla. ateam beat, electric refrisera- 
uoai aaar baaeb. oar line and golf iioko. 
Bnlta »aw ayaflaWe, Phone E mpire 8M1. 

]tfT DOUGLAS AFARTMBBTB^ 
^^i- Bsr Junction — Fully furnlsBBi 
menu Phone E mpire OdM. 

MORRISON AFTB.— LAROB ABD tMAtl^ 
suites, near car. BlSie 

^lAOARA APARTMBNTB- A TTRACTIVB 
-i.^ 5-room suite, nicely decorated. hoU 
water heated, sas range, etc , rent lia IC 
Helsterman. Porman Ae Co , 808 View Bt 

NICE IfEW TWO AND THREE- ROOM 
aaltaa. all modem canventene es. B M8I. 

"KTORMARDIB — RIOBLT PORNIBintO 
^ •!■■?• bright and cheery, 

in. Nowly tinted double suite, nice rugs, 
and fornlshlngs. |40. Unfurnished threa. 
room suite, bedroom. llvlM«(boak b~ ~ 
clean and tidr: lU. Pboad BHM. 



RABBOBN 
A 



BOOSR IBM 



Avtaao — 
availables aafanMwdi 
Bim 



ROCKLAND COURT — 
••I'te: bedroom, BrlBB' 
open fireplace B IMI. 

OOTT *■ 



AFTB 

Transient, raaldent 



bbbv m 



(JBAOROPT-BBAimPCL rrlTBI Mofl* 
^7 em. furnished and unfarnlOhB^ BOB* 
view apartments: an elertrleaif BBBMM 

brick building Phone 0 8II1. 




rpHE WILLINGDON. QUADRA AND 
■*■ Clura Bta. Bpadoua and full?-i 
kitebens bava oMolrlO refrteeraters 
and West WbM faaa: raraasa Tel. ■ 
or can aft^ 3 p m 



rKBARTHA. 1044 VIBW— VERT COW- 
fertebte suHaa with private b.ir,. m 
Blee double suite, large roams, soiUietly 
ntposura, 18* Phone O arden 4458 

TUDOR MANOR. ||M 
Modern famished, 
dirt 1o>'*tlon Oarsc*. 



•II 



ONrcBNiaarii 



BOOblB. BINOLB OR W SORR 



1 '^ 



NEWLY RBOONDfTIOB tt 

modern Pal 

and 112 •» 

Fbene o K041 




< % 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. HC SATi K'I)\^^ \' \ 



17 



A Mart for Busy Readers — ^House and Business Property for Sale and Exchange 



to wmn 



Mn«l« MlM«. lU M Apply J*i»tor 

(>(H) 



OOMS ROAO — rORNISHKD 
(•raMi Bic* criMii.d.s re*- 
tfetii H.I '.'if ^ B» » 



■> : r . >■ r.t**). lardtn Q 1780 



BODIES TO BENT 



ironUniM4> 



T>ACMBI>ECT LAKE WArurROHT — 

*■ VmU'tmtm iHrataiMtf toMtt Mr Ml* 

or IMU, m MMth. IIM MMM (lis 

" I). tiMwi. Mr* M Kmi ftooo 



1(^24 OAXLAMD "r* TOORmo— HAS 



Monmi Ml 



JAHUK modern vans. experlaoc*<l DMn. 
J 12 iO huur. no chuTurn Book order* 
•arl>. kvold diMPPolntiiieiii Phone U llll 
Btockrr'i Traojfer •n4 Movlna 
•nd m»ek*r» SKurtty mmt 



(< AI.T 

11 

kOAU. 

s 

It 
1 



nuuip— ousnsoN i aki^ 
m tmwl^ft mMmu to let t 
ffM# ir«K MMm. Btt«M p«>^ 



dUe whMris. rM) (man Ooeo 

nir-ih inr< h> t:i. (Il > u k 4-«herl br*k«i. 

1300 A M>«ciitl 



collase, private g 



On'l J ' j fl ft ' . 

IT. 



^HAKmOAII 



real 



11 



OUSEHOLD 0«K>r>fl MOVKU. STOKED 
■ od parirrri hv cnnii^K i Hnvc mooey 

tTTmAomrB. fvllt 

» nvc-roomed itucco ______ 

Hay: naar water and itrctl Mtl 

nioiitbt. Phona C iw. 



S^PROAT LAKB — OOTTAOS 
or rant, rhaap. Fham Bl 

T 



IHK SHICLIMO. 0AD8ORO BAT- flUU- 
nar a«ttac« t* rwi. rhena O T37t. 



a PODLTKT AND IJVESTOCK 



«3A 



rOVLTBT AND Hi rPLIBS 



ITtURMIBHBD HOMBB POR RBMT DDR- 



W. J ( i^RK <v CO., UB. 
*)» Yaui suaai 

I.^HW MMT — TIKH Mnji'rOINT 
1 furnUhad (anr>r«o«*4 toMMW wtth 
>ierpin« porch: ^altr watar iaM Bex 



ir 



270«. ColonUt 

,1' l.'Nl-UH 

nMh'd for r':ii 'ii i<.r on fa-.y trriiis 
Irrd M Hi.v..i;, Mi (•.■/i.l.cni.u liHu 

OOIRN • BOOM BUNUALOW, NlCk. 

A. Bariaa. lit Paan- 



month*. *2 M. lien* and ctiick*. 14 
and tl M Atl Aaa*sl* atraln. Trlckay. 
Hartlaod ATanua. Praapact, SaaoOi. 

I.-iOR 

■L* M.n. Lawrtah, Waat Baamri. Road, 
Raw! Ort 

KORORN CHIf'K.S Ar.T) 6 W t' h K win 

~ i J 1 1 r ' , Ml I ! t ' f r 
Iti-l,.-. 

1 lir H»->.l.fry .1.1 hA. ii .S( K ) ' 

AM.VKjIH PKKIN I •■.< i.'i H.Sl- 



l^-^OR BAtB-RJ-R. KIM AND t« OHICKB. 



I KORORN CHIf'K.S 

< no t'ulirt rmt.t used In-i»*-<' .n II. I'ti 



MAHTITRP MMIOR 



NY I ni 



1»K1V AIEI.Y OWNEIJ IKJO OI DSMOBILE 
laiiilau ledan. In ricellenl coudltlon. 
hai run about 11.000 mile*, alwayi cara- 



VPKCIAL 1X>W PKIOM 



OlMi 



MAM.M 
Ml » 

W'yANDOTTF ( Ki DAY Oi l) COCK- 
•r«U. M.35 I'T H J per loO W. A. 
R. PauL Watfaeiir Pnulliy Farm. 
B C 



BTUDBBAKBH Ili.HT "r* 4-DOUH 

aadan In loou ruiu.in« condllloti Ati 
Idaal economical car for mu .h... 
tJon and Summer hollda;;> i:.a.%.iy 
wactb !»«•. RatfiMM^ .AlUft 

1© •aa«a*a*>aaaa*^«»4«aaa«aa« A V^-^ 



R3C 



CATTLE 



1*1 laa at laa. 
kaHaaiSr 



SIX-ROOBOD 
irlUi raraca. la atialaa 



■no InscMoov 

ilaa laantttf . 7. M 



Y'-BRY COST POTTR-ROOM BtmOAUTW. 

V extra aood rondltlon near water, 
full' furnl6lied. g»r»i(r. J40 Two (oni- 
forubla. ciean bwnci at SM and 113. 50 



aia 



7-RooMSD ana-atmoAum. ouvb 
Blrcat. Oak a%r. WaU aM fully fur 
nUhed Oaraie. BaBl, MB MT BMBUi 
Robert Grubb Jt M.. UU OWMfMBaa 
Btraot. Victarl*. 



ROAD. • ROOMS. 

.....lai.M 

> Bad 



AQK >OUSKINB 
^tOiJ (urnaca ... 
■M Baiklrk ArmiM. • r 



nil Ohandlar Avtaua. B room*, 2 

Mraama n.M 

1MB mmt flUwt I Miai hMBAlawi 

ISM JoSmmi mmt. • reaaa. S Bad- 

rofmi s 15 00 

163 Bee. .i^omI Aven ie, S-rooni bun- 
■alow; a badrooma. furnace to 00 



40 00 



* aoR 



•M Part Btraat 



0«134 



BEADTTPUL ROMK. ALL ELBOTRIC. 
hot-water heailna. aevrn rooms. Patio 
Court. Oak Bay Courtai/ to Realtori. 

H'N(iAl/)W THRKF RO<lM8. BATH 
room, pantrir. bacLOienti (acloi the 
iM M*r Pnl 9*r^mim.9UMt ■Malk.ta- 
elodtiw watar. AMVMM ii Mad 



six noou mfmmamjif mm wash- 



^ ln«taa >' 
Cratw. Mt 



POUL BAT 

rpWO BBVEN-ROOM BRMI-BUNOALOWB 
■L with hardwood noeri. bullt-ln effects, 
furaae*. taraaa. and larce lots. These 
bouaM ar* all sawly palaiad and daco- 
ratad, and wan laMM aaar tar Mat, 

•cbaol and kaaab. WIT ' 

rtntal baata. 

i. R. HOIXAND. iM 



mo RBRT. m EBQUnULT. PROM JUNE 
1 iJlh-OnfaraMiad t-raaaa bunaalew. 
m g& Biaa tt . BBIM. 



» ROOM* 



■tTrt DAVID BT 
•> i U garaif : 3 loU: MS-BB. O. K. 
&II Union BIdf 

1 '^Tl PAITMrin. 7 ROOMS. H, 
loll, wood floor.. ««fi fi ^^4; K 



ARD- 

11(127 



57 WANTED TO RLM— HpUSES 



t7B 



ANTED TO RENT KURNIHHID OOT- 
a at Bbawnltan Lake. Blata JitU 



laa at Bbawnltan 
WlliMBU ta Box MS5 



Colonial. 



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<'\riiii>(>!iRer> 



7ANTED TO RXWT- J OR 4 ROOMEU 
aaodora Bratalaw and aaraa*. with 
epttaa to pBnkaM; 0*k Bar prafarrad. 
near Mr Bm A»Mr Baa MT7. OolanlaC 



tvfB RAVI A WAirmo va4 op rm- 

*V ante tor unfurnlnhrd hou*e> in all 
parte of the cUt List with ii> for im- 
madUU raaultA P R Brown 4i Sana 
^ Utt .MB. •Ma. MM.. O 



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/ IRANDVIEW LODOB. MAYNF. ISLAND; 
*1 modern convc nlencaa;^ bMrd. tannla 
court, batnlna. fi.ihlnt. 
Victoria and Vancouvar. 
able. Mra. W. B. Narlor. 

aiA OOTTAOHEB AMD CAMPSffBB 

" tTcAOBORO BAY- PORNIBHED COtI 
taaaa. c*nip. roofti'< Lunches, teas 
Richard'. ■ •70^ 

i PURmsHED COTTAQB AT _BHA W- 
Bliaii Lake to rent Mf . SBBHBM 

month* Phone E .1240 

^EAUTIPUL SEASIDE PARM WILL RE- 

aaiT* ane or two tuaata. Modern baata. 
waaM rf al view*, aaad baaalMa. tngllm m 
Bath mm Ma aalfaaia Saitar. Wnw ar 
nhona JMta*. BaM taoBat V.L 



RBAtrrtPOI. BBABIDB PARM WIZX Ri- 
ce! ve one or two toeita. Modern home, 
wonderful elewa. aand beaebes. froiwini 
on both open sea end Sooke Hsrbor Write 
or phone Jones. Eaft Sooke, V I 

(lADBORO BAY BKACU-A GOOD SIZED 
' aottaca a( four roema. In a private 
toeaUoa. with IM fMt af frontata. Ownar 
will Mil with naarty an acre for tl.MW. or 
will rant far lom term at tii Real Batata 
D*pt.< Tba Royal Trust Company. llOt 
OavarnmaBt street 

1^ ABIRB. BBAUTIPULLY BITUATD)' 

^ ' watarfronteaa, tvmlabad. Appir Di>^. 
Ptrkavlllc. VI. 



I lOTTAOB AT BHAWNIOAN POR JOLT-- 
^ Thraa adnlta will par caad rant. Whan 
anawarina. itva parwralara. Bos 
Oolaoiat. 



kBBP OOVB -~ 

front coltaaa M tm% 

months KSni 

I, ■'OR RENT IMMKIIIATK POSSESSION, 
two comfortable furniahed *a(t«aa» at 
Brentwood Bar. aMr Baaahi raaiawakli 
terma. W»aa* BMM. 

IiHJB RBBT — M; BlllB B BD~llodB»~bw 
, walarfiBat. Oat«a»a Bar: eltr watar. 

fJsi'iJu.Ji^iir.T^ laa. is^i 

Cofdara Bar. 

"tj^OR RBNT. BRENTWOOD BAY- POUR - 
" raom furnished b\intalow with larte 
N'randa. open fireplace, breakfast nook 
\ery attractive location on wattrfrent. 
( sn be had for June. Phone I Mat. a«- 
iween ■ and 7pm 

IAROE rtJRNISHED POUNTRY HOU8B 
' fo rent for Bummer, trout lake pre- 
aervad: 7M laat alavatlon; phoaa. Apply 
H. O. mm, OBRBML B.«, 



1.VMB JBRSET BULU YOUNO. PROM 
padlaree stock, also (ood Jeraar cow. 
mUklat 4 lallona. good rich milk, and 
fresh. B. Bxton. Olanford Ave. 

rpOR SALE RECIIRTEREU JERSEY COW. 
r quiet. ju»i Irc'li sivine 1 tallon*. 
hl«h rrsScr Phone Kf.illii< 34W 

I^ioK HM f riM '-n .jrHPRY cow. 4Vi 
l.'<Ri.8H JERSEY CXiW FOR SALS— W. 

-T Price. Baanlchton. 



MP 



D008 



I .ENGLISH SETTBR PUPPT, MALB, PIVB 
^ months old. froai rwlB MfaB iMpartad 
stock Phone B IMI. 

M MACHIMBBI 

I^JOLAH DnmCL ENOINX OO . LTD 
Pull DIaaal Baglnes. 7-MO H.P. 
Ph. Sey. 1071 Ml Howe St.. Vancourar. B.O. 

U ADTOMOBILE8 • 



A 



LATE MODEL MAZWUi 
only t360. 18» BuM T< 



tiOO. Dodae touring. IM; BapMWw. wmrn*- 
ing. tTS; PalM aadav a llttla beauty, MM: 
1-ton OarfoN Truck (new). »W0; aaa-taa 
White. fSMi NBttaiMl. l^<taib IM. Tr«ak 
and car parii M MMk. IbBmWBM OMB 
tU up. 



MolBio Axno 

MT View Street 



OO. vm 

Tim 



A LL KINDS OK LUGOAOE CARRIBRB 
and trunk racks. Now that BUMwar 
Is here and rampinii and picnica ara balaa 
enjoyed. It mean* a lot not to have tba 
Inalde of itie tnr filled with barkets and 
suitcases. Puldlni running bonrd carrier* 
In aaveral styles at tl 7}, and real good 
(oldina rMr trunk racks it t7.S0. 

Olhar Bargaiag la aaMiaorlag and iiaad 
BBVto t« at ail aara M a mMhwhlta aav- 
Ei. OB* m MM. 

W. FBAMK OAMBMOU Atrro WHBOKINO 

Mt-MI Vlaw at MMoa BBIM ^ 

. 11.11. , t 



anoub aim » 

AVBOmif. IBMt four-door. In new con- 
dition. 1N4 MaxwaU coupa. with Il3i 
licence. tllS. 1M« Pord coupe, with IMI 
licence (with Deleo Ignition), tat. IMI Btar 
louring. t4». 1914 Pord truck, with Ruck- 
•iteU axle, new tires. Itll lloenoo. tlli. 
in* I'v-ton truck, pneumatic tiraa, I4t0. 
IMS 3-ton Rao truck, rebuilt: baa faur- 
wheel bydrauila brabaa. toar-apaad traaa. 
miaalaa. aaw ttiaa. ILMO. ThU la tba 
boat bar la tawa. Ra Saaaea ebariM or 
lataraaea. 

ouMwa Ibro 

Ml 



HUICK •«■ TOURINO— NBW LICBNOB. 
nirchanically perfect. tW. or naartat 
offer E J74ft 

i lURTIB AIR COMPRB8SOR AND TANK 

V' — AatoaMtle. IIB-MB volt, atasla- 
pbaaa. aa saw. IIM. Jibm Braa. Hiaaa 
BMBl. 

QHBVROLXT AND PONTIAO CARS 



1M4 aiUDBBAEBB Bn alal "•" Tour- 

taa. oaly ma IS.OM aUlaa. Ruoa and 
looka lika naw. A ear wa can hlahly 
roeemmand for tba bardest service 
Market ealua. 1MB. Re 



ducad M 



:'r.'..'^...*-..$2ii5 



1>3S BTUOEBAKBR TOURING, poal- 
tlvely la Qrst-claaa condition. A ear 
that wiu ataad aw aarvtH *| IJK 
— ^ ABlfllS .«#KtO 



STWDBBAKBR Baaelal "T* Ti 
l^tt alBM obrmUbb. 



la 



lia t^^JJO POB^^I^AN.^ In^ Brat cUaa 
far tha raaS .... 



1934 CHEVPOLBT Tauriat la Brat claia 
running condltleo. Raady for 
tba rM4 VOO 



A Great Help Towards a Pleauiit Summer 



DAVIB. LTD.. UBBfTOAIM 



14 WW I BUICK ROADaTBB-A waaMrfnl 

looker and greet performer. 
B«ulpped with all the trimmings As tood 
as new and priced right with new car 
_^utir»ntre 

-|(tt>'T CHRYSLER HRDAN Not In Just 
erdlaary apod condition, but ex- 
eaptlooally toad. Ready to ae wherever 
you will and eovared by new ear Buay* 
aalM. A 



MMnr 0THBB8 
IT. A. Mtm, UMITBD 

Buick and Pontiac Cars - O.M.O. Trucka 

• "Batter Bacauaa They're Oaaadlaa" 

•M TalH Btraat Ml 

Oai^ea tlM 



HERB WITH COl 
BBC THIS IMf 
McLAUOUnMimOK TWO-DOOII 
• BDAN 

Thia McLaughlln-BuIck two-door sedan Is 
Ideal for family use Its roomy PIsher body 
«eats five persons comfortably Its power- 
ful valve-ln-head engine has been thor- 
oughly reconditioned to provide thouaand* 
of milea of dependable traaaportatlea. 
' ' B Immediate Mia: 



$450 



THE MOTOR HOUBX (VICTORIA). LTD 

Ml Yatea StrMt «bane B1I07 



feuya. 

for 



. «L00 

krkvrm & rbvbroomb 



Auteiaetlve Repair* 
tlS Yatej Street Phone O Mil 

EVE HRO'IMERS. LIMITED 
PtuMie R4IU 
/ IHANDLBR BBOAM. IMI— Xbl* car If a 

I gaad buy. aat Ml BtM BMMr bMm •« 
goad tervlM. 

DODOB BBDAM, UM I II n BlllB. tood 
Uree. TbU aMIor hat BMa IBareaBhIy 
overhauled by us. A good family ear. 

(IHBVROt^ COUPE, 1937 Now ready 
> tor tbe rMd. Bae this lltUe car if 
IBIMBS H* la Ula type. 

* SPECIAI ' 

/ I RAH AM FiEI)^N SPEt lAI. » Mode) 
•-It^lH^-Uaa dana vary am all mile- 



BVBRT OAB A BABOAW 

ta.BBtf f tbeae 

IMondltlonad 
the rMd. 

IMT OUMMOanaoOAOH— Motor rebored, 
new ptaloag and riaaa. Comalata #QrC#| 
with teat carera. inubber*. etc. 4** 'til' 

l»ll XS8BX COACH. In line running order, 
uphoiiterr, tIraa, In good condition. 
Quiet, imooth runnl^ ^QflO 

motor ^I>OUU 

TRUCKS 
1924 REO One-Ten Chaaalt. In flrtt-cla<.ii 
mechanical cendltlon. Good for ttirMt 

'i-cord wood body ^HHF 

1M« DotXM ".-Toa With Baaol.bod Me 
chaaleallr partaet. «aod Una. li^' t ~U i 

a HM ' l —t IMIy 

^Opaa BvoaiBBa • 

A. B. RUMPHRIZS MOTORS. LIT}. 
HI VatM Street l>hone B mplre 4411 



Olatrftattra ORARAM Motor Ost* and 
PAIGB Coatmerclal Oafa. 



riHBV 1M4. JUVr OVBRHAULKD. PRICE 
\J IIM. MMBO BMU or BIMI. 



TO TBB 



OAB BOTBR 



I.-^ASTTDTOUS PEOPIA ag* BfOMl af thtlr 
ta»te In CTXJTMBB. 



realise that in the choice of a, ear 
play* an important part Therefore. dla> 
erlmlnattng buyers should examine the 
ttaak of USED cars af the 

BBOO MOTOR CO. 

Or Bt IIM OM OBr Ul. BM TaMa 

Where our salesmen will be pleated to 

demomtrtte any car In steek 
Pricet Rishi Satlnfartlon Ouaranteed 

BBQG MOTOR OO. (IIM). LTD. 

G IIM 



CHOICB WATBRPRONT PROPERTIES 

4) II ACRES. BOOKE. WITH FULLY 
modern home, renirnl basement, fur- 
aace. garage in basement, two acres cleared 
end la BarM^lillMailaaiiMB. ahorry, 
appM 




^altenBll 



part «« two 
atui ia aaMrir 
amall 



SS«{lB JBaepttMa of 
irMB MM fawer*; Bv«- 
..lalaB m BMiuded eove. 
with extre laree IMBBiB. iBMbeoae. gar 

aae .e«. flahloB.^KK^ aST^-Q^^ 



a aaMral aUM «M 

Kioa. far nrMB B» 
naolow. taalsB m 



bai> 



Price 



SLS kl H I " 

y • ^ ' est waterfront hnsne*. aacluded 
jeeatlan. Deep rove, for the price, to be 
found anvwhere on Vancouver IMand 
Meal home of six rooms, fully modern, 
•rounds beauilfully laid nut with eaaaent 
Walks thrtMiibowt. reck plantt, arbutua and 
•ther aataral ttoae. bMthauaa. beat, tar- 
Mt^MnoraMa view ef water 

^uTt&Skmt'mim^it a 
te be proud ef. 




w J n 



IMI 



* CO 



ami 



i.^oRD oouPB on 

I model. Stau aoadlUoa aaB Brtaa 

Box tS7*. Colonlat. 

I^-^EDERAL TROCK.9 CAMERON MOTOR 
Co . local dutrlbulor'. f oriier View 
and Vancouver Phone E mplre e023 

XJABH^BEDAN '400. ' l»JO. CHFAP^OR 

and « p.ai. 



TOOiATV 



/ 1HRYSLBR "M" DC Un* 
^ lata iMa. Oeet orMMBv over 

In first -clas* meebaateal eondltlan. 
Inal flnlah aa new. Bit wire wheela, I 
eeat, anart la a p pearaaM. Redi 

SlaVflfta 

TCIMrB 



OTHER OOOO 
ESSEX BEUAN. 

l^M • ... «.*•. 

WIVLYS KNIf.HT 

IMg . 

ORBYDORT. 1»10 
(Itll licence) 

romo Tpwui Ki. ibm 

CJ(H .IftM^b) »*taa«s>eoe* 



i. Red a e | < M ^w^ 



. $785 
. $585 
$85 

. 135 



MANY OT» 
ASK ANY PLIMLEY USED CAR OWNER 

THO« PLIMLVY, UMITBD 
(BiMbUahad iMB) 

lOia Y.te* Rl Phone O 0T4Ma TIM 

f>MONB 0 11U. OR NKMrr baUiB'ab 



USED CARS 

There are many advantages why you 

should buy a used car from u*: 

All our cars contain tood batteries, good 
tlrr'. and are thoroughly reconditioned, 
which enables you when you buy to start 
out to enJor your week-end holl<lay. 

A PBW XOUDOT anOU&B: 

IM7 PONTUO MMIt— Thla l« a Bood 
buy for aay faaUly. Tlroi^ oU.. wOor 

A-l Only ^^>i7»J 

IMI WHIPPFTT COACH Really. thi« Is a 

wonderful buy for nomeone. <ft*iT"» 

Only <Vj I •> 

1937 FORD TIIlKiH Nice con- »-< (V"-; 

dUlon. Only . «/•* 

Ilia DURANT •«•■ SEDAN As ttfiU". 
tood as new Hr'lo. 1 

IMO FORD SPORT COUPE — Only done 
wm»A MllaoBd. aai M Uha B 

MANY OTHXR8 
(Terma Arranced) ^ 

MATIORAL MOTOR OOltPAHT. LTD. 
Ill YbU* Mreet 
PORD OBAUma 



JAMESON MOTOMl WMITED 

Try any of these car* for Ave davs If not 
sallaflcd. turn It back without co*t 

7M Brouahton Bt. Phone G Itll 

1MB CHRYBUOI B-M 8IDAM. luat m 
aaad aa new aad fully Baat- MQyl R 
aataod. for oaly 



its^ wnxi 

n, TuBt B BB ta a taaB. Wa hicbly 
r i B aMMa— Utta Mr fag flrgt ttfifrC 
family HWica ^POrt** 



IMt IBSCX CHALLKNOER COACH, 
fully cNiarantead. like new MrtJ rC 
New lire* Exceptional buy V^rxti 

in* HUDSON 7-PaBacnger Sedan. In 
real aood eonditum. A tift 



A. W. 



DKPCNDABLB USBD CARS 
The kind you want— Priced to sell 
Selected by our Sales Staff as a Goodwill 
Bargain this week, and authority obtained 
to euole this remarkable bartain price 
IMT ESSEX RUPER T' <^'t'7''^ 
Coarh HNn.l 
Proaent thu ad or ask for Stork No tAtB 
Ml YaUs ntreet Phone E 1811 

Open BTealna* till • e'Cloak 



OAK 

ESSEX HEDAN. late 
BBS EX COUPB. Ilka 

iBk wmipPBT -r 



IMO 




Oar PuBy 

Terms to Suit 



TKOMAS WBBKB * SOUS. LTD. 
The aafeet Plaaa to Bay a Oaed Car 



1924 



ION O.I 
BMU 



Double Service in 
W ant . 

Vou can tddflMff > ;> ^ . 

swcrs as well Bt y&iT . .^^ .. i l 

.lli . ( 1 ! X ll.cl. I ^ IC) I'hc C i 'Itili ivt 

('callers ,<rc c ttPi) iiilA^cstcil iii 
VVdiil Ailvcrtiscinriits that do 
mil idiiv the names or ail 
drcssc', ,,f advertisers, bnt a 
Coloiiiit bos numbar. For the 
accommodBtioH of those rBBdcri 
» ho find h iacenvMiieBt to write 
111 Btiswer. and to serve fhe sd- 
vrit ir bctti'i, wc will t.»l>e rc- 

; i c.^ !•. Ljcix ..vci lltC 

! (• If ; 'Ih .lie 

, '! (ic ( ' ill ■l!l - t .M- 1 l( ( 1 . \ all 

jMc 111. in K am \i, III pin, ex- 

ccpung i>uD<ljtjrB. ^houe £ mpuc 
4114" 



n 



Continued' 



rix>OK Ml at AC iN(. 



V.l. HAKUWOOU VlxniH CO 
7ftl fort SUcet <i»u:>.. 

Victorias Leading Plooc bpectaiui* 
OM ncM->rs reouvated attk alMtglB 



B P B O t A Lt 



wE.iri-uN h-i.<)OR aoRifAriNO co. 

4:>4 (.ii.i^-- K....1 ti.iimeMll 
1-iii.t^. tiMudiiia Slid l''u..ftj,.i.» 
Old Ptoor* a Spc<:..i:t> 



LmOORAPHJNG - UTUOaKAPUINO. 
aMravtuB and emboetina. Mothuw lao 
Mm aad aothiac too taull. Taar BMiM^ 

:?e^iurus**dru»i:^ is S5 



I AWM 

1 > lected and delivered lU 



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finiAKPENKU. COL- 

lie E nW: 1 1 I', , m:.. 



LAWN MUWfcUtS BHARPKNJtl) 
deUrery both waya. II. 
1411 Doudaa BUMt. OMIL 



PRSB 



AUTOMtiUJLEIft 

iConUnued* 



^'-CYURDBR TBOOK. l-rTON, OLOSBD 

in. Ill sood condition New Ih-eace. 
Will hcli ^licip Ah<i h'urd .stiUi:. : , iiood 
( MiiQItloa, ciicap Juhn Orr. 1124 
8ir»e» 

(U« WANTED 

TT8ED CARS BOUOHT AMD 'i. 
y I chanced Miatora Motor Co.. Ud. 



w 



ANTEIJ. CARS 



1 H r s ( 
)— LA 

U4.. IBlB^nSla 



I PAY CASH POR 

• ror 104<1 F<ilt 



YyANTED— LAlfc MODiCL CboaiO) tAlvj 



naaley, 

1l 



APARTMBNT BUSINESS, CITT OBMTRE 
— Twelve suites, eight glnales. fur- 
nlihed. O 0038 

y<W~Bi^f_^aM* l^ LAU NDBY IN BU>- 

imvJIfrmSrtfiBtJt^Sr^m^lm 
Low rent. Preeent owner tMk^tmmtf' 
man. A few hundred dollara MB RBBdle. 

Apply to Box 3851. Colonlat 



M 



MVLnoRApanifO, btc 

A i 1 1 '.. . A : >i itci.." . - i v i : ■. . i 
Uuiiiu*. liitt uruaa m. ib mpu« iiaa 



c 



OBGAinBATlOMS 

ILUBS UKNF.IIAI. MEETING. THIRD 
Tbttiaday. 8.30 Axny aod Mary 



Pl'BLlf STf VOfiRAPIIt.RS 



E 



THXL UEYMUUK. 



UAMi'BKU. 



Buiidins. Douslaa Strgbt. Pbpoo 
laaecripta. lav 

BtrU'ily "'tTBthll 



O ardaa MM. Anther*' M«aa 
and 




bbxima: 

given on plain or ornamaBlBl plBI 

Int. cement work, repairing. atlL 
O ardeo 7014. 33i8 Beach Drlva. 



^OR SALT— CONTENTS OV 14-ROOMKD 

house io<>d p*' in« bunlnes.^. 

701. Colonist 

ROCKRY STORX rOH BALB— WORTH 



1.;^OR SAU 
rooming 
Por particular*. »i>i,; , Ho« 



tlatlng of 31 botttee. all la flr*t-el»M 

condition. Two boilers Thla la a real bar- 
gain. Per price ind lo^atipw, apply 

P R BROWN * aONS. LTD 

1113 Broad (street Phone 0 7171 



t^NAPI— tl.tOO BUYS PORTERS ORO- 

eery. MM Klasavay. Mew Weataalaater. 
Owaar retlftas. 



^AID TO 

1^ llmiery 

house with atore 
lane Mia. 
IM ~ 



,JAID TO BE SUITABLE 

ry buftinesB 



MirigoM Matrlott 
» space. 1 boMMpai two 
oaafe ttkas It. CBTLaad. 



R Mtr 



AND DWKxnia rom mum, on 

bagy termg. Phcna B mplre IBM. 

B HAVE ONE OP THB~BEHT VV- 
laland hotel* jutt listed, which musa 
be sold on account of ill-health Shows 
Urge revenue. Beer licence Located in 
moat tbrlvlna town on laland. lia.OM will 



8 



■OU8B 

PAMDOBA AVENUE. CLOSE 
ta: fully foraiahad: gat: all rooms 
rented: four roomt uaed at housekeeping 

rooms: gross revenue. tlO per month: can 
b"* inrreaaed: lease for 3'j years at 120 
per month. It In A-l condition An Ideel 
proposition for tingle lady or married 
couple Doctort give owner only few 
months to live, hence this tacrince. Price 
only HOC Exclusively bv 

W. J. OILLILAND It CO. 
ISM Doutlta Street Phone 0 7341 



mrt HARDUM MIOB SMALL OBR- 

^•L*>W cral baelaeea. wMh >ood llvlnc 
roomt. baU ir aa m. BOo4 saiaaa lot. Mm 
13,360. llllMMBM OWROr, BlB, mt. Col- 
onist. 



70 



A 



BOATS MSm LkVMCBn 



tot 



HTLY XmtD OOTBOARD MOTOR 
tale at a s j ai n a i r od a o t laa. R. 
na. tU Mraat. 



"Bum 



BOAT 



BMHl 



110AT8 POR SALE or chaflM. M lult 

all laetct and puraea. 

■^e only tervlee af lU kind IB TloMrta, 

See us for Ilstlnta. 



C1ABIN LAUNCH. 
^ OBalMWB. 



38 XI FT.. 

vm. 
p 



TtwairoiE 



i.ur 



PRICK RBDUCTIOM 
ALL SIZBS 

TSBf thence to eel a brand BBV I 
at a real Mvlnt. 
THB MOTOM MOOBB fTMrroMA). LTD. 

mione Flin7 971 Yaten Bt 

|^X)R SA^E 38 LAUNCH WITH « 

" hor.<epower 4-cycle entine. he«'v 

duty, price II7S. Apply Clarke s Ciarace j 
View Street. 



PBIMTINa 



UY SEND YOUR PRINTtNG ORDl 

It. when you tan get thaa. 

better, quicker and at tha same prlM at 
The Colonist Printing Depaiimeatf 



>F.' HJNi 



'I- HMK PHONB 

■ - -^ A Son. 



TYPBWRtTRBB 



rpBAItt Of TOVM OU> TTVSWimflB 
J- aa a ra h allt iB Mp U i u a l talBoa aC 

fllM. TVIIUi UfaUttB. ~XMHlBBna~TyPB> 
wrlUr Co.. Ltd., ItM Broad Btraat. 



TAILOBS 



ENOLISB 
habltg. 
Bmpin MIA 




VBOVB THB 
cordwood. 
on. no knoUb 
Phone 0 374I. 



— BBBT PIR 
apUttlBB. bark 
«l SMB. 



DRYLAND MILLWOOD 
•1 'TK OOHD. 
* <rx. iU OSLIVKREO 

ABBOUJTBLT DRY. IIJB oorB. Cedar 
Hook*. U.M aord. Pbaao OMlt; 

BMhi mtm. ou/nMiM wood oa 



aCBlMiKMM lOLMVoao oa' 

AM. BMU 



FREHH WATER WOOD, 
per cord 



$4.75 



t LL 8TOVB LSNOTHB, half cord. 13 50: 
-«V one cord. 14.76: two oorda. M. laglde 
blocks. 18. badt Mv HiBtbatj, jMT aaaA. 
tS 75 We haVt.BMB tBIBSy tiT ■MBajii 

Lake «ood. 



T 



pOBOWOOD- 

ia. ta <«-i 



4IO. I OUT ISB 



II. 14. IB-ni. LBROTBS 
MAS n» OOKO, OjOA 

m 



I iBT MALASiT BbASWDOO - NEVER 
■1' bean Ut^ waMr. M »m c ord. ByK L 

DRTLAIID''ltiLLWOOI>-ilODOaM. Ale* 
pba Street 04314 Nltht, OMH. 



BEST WOOD IN TOWM 

TRY rr 

YO0BOO and OOWTCHAN fraah vatot 
wood (all sixes, mixed), M PCr OOML 
Inside dry. H per lord PbBBO BmMM 

4^?3 frnm 7 a m to 10 p m. 



72 PROFESSIONAL DlllEtTOKY 



pooT • oa 

BarrUters. Solicitors. Notaries. Ete. 
Meniber* of Manitoba niid British 
Columbia Bars. O aiden 6M1 
Baafc St Bars BaolM BMb« TlHisM. MJO. 



M' 



CaiBOPODlST 

RS. BARKliJt. reglatered. eatabllahad 
hera'alnce IIUi BMBly aocceeaful In 
treating corns, bunlooa. lairowtnt nalla. 
Bidg asiatR IML 



DKNTUTBY 



I rCWTR HALT. AND DRl J. C. PCXXTB 



the extraction M 
I'yten. 



UOR SALE— LAUNCH, 
" IIM. Phone G 8014 



M PT. PRICE 



MOTOR LAUNCH. EQUIPPED WITH 
hea\v duty. S'horsepower Palrbanks 
engine, sarrlflced for Immediate sale Two 
cabins, stave, dinghy, two sets oars and 
other necessary eeulpment All In good 
condltloa ttarauabout. Would coat three or 
Of I4U asked to 



four 
repleoo. 
Phone -9 

113 til ~ 



M be appreciated, 
vtar * OaMon. Ltd., 



w 



Rnatinc on the Be.iu'lful r"ri»«e Inlet 
■APPOINTED BOATS AND CA- 
ee for hire 

ROOD BROS 
lae (on laland BlBhwar) 

to BMthouat. M Bo. t 
atraot car. 



REN TOU DO OOWB TO TBB BBA 

In yoiir beat yon cannot take e 
chance. No matter whether It tia for work 
or pleaiure. you thould have an Batthope 
They give a never-falling now of clean, 
smooth, eulet power. We alM manufacture 
the Baathape Reverte Oear for eure. fati 
and eulet reveratng, and tha Bagtbope 
Oaaellae Stump Puller for clearing land 
Mally, ««lcklr and cheaply 

WALTBR ADAMS. Agent 
•IT JtBBMB BMM yMMlla. B O. 



IS 



Mini,. »■ 



CHJ 

»"l. rarpal. 



71 HI MNK.s.s UlKLCiOKY 
AOTO RADIATOIurAMB^fm 

AUTO RADtATOP BODY AND PBNDER 
BBOtlaiut' < • oiip 



BCROEM BROS 
I20e Quadra Street • mplre 1311 



BRICK AND CBMBMT 

/CHIMNEYS. P1RBPLAOR8 (BPBOXAL 
V 7 deigns), rement iddewalka. beaemoBt 

floor-, iiif'.'- 'il mrini-irti n .rden Ittt. 



Btlti lBRB AND CARPENTEBH 

NYTHTNO W Bmt.nTNO OR REPAIRS. 

r ,■ .■ r ■ r t'^ ■ .>oBng a 



LBBALB tmTOOOM - ^RNEIt. 
BeetM * Oe . Ltd . whoteeatc drr- 
foodt Impertort and maaataetureTt. Men'* 
furaltbiact. taata. *'Bia Born" Brnad 
BbbrMi Ovaealla. MaB oaaarj atl 



BTBINO ARM CUUMDIO 



WORKS— OBO 

•H run Bl 



MeCANN. 
OlMI. 




1>RIVATB 8TATIONERY EMIK>»^ED IM 
aay ^a^ltu or color. Tba Oeteoim 
Dept. OapBtR MIL 




B 4731 



t^UNUILL BANTTARnni POB BXALTB— 
lO Montrose Ave Pot Mima, pboaa B MIL 



OBTEOPATBIC PnMOIANB 



DR. VIRNON B TATI/1R R^OIB 
tared ' ■ , ■ 

BnlldlBa. 

intnNT ATTOBinTS 



TL. BOTDBN. M.I.BR. AOTHORtZBD 
by Canada and U.S. Patent Offices, 
ae years' experience. Ill View. X IMI. and 

at Vancouver 

C. WARNER. RBOnriDuB PATENT 
• attorney. Ill Central Blda.. v;, torta 



w 



76 EXCHAWflM ESTATE 

ORNABY, slo^BiUB ^OR^^UCCIUROR. 
I'ii Wree: aMrty naw, up-to-date 
fouyroomed buacalow, electric light, cm. 
bath, toilet. Mment baaement, tut«ece. 
Oaracc. Good garden, fruits (large and 
small I. pottltrr house 800 birds. Clcse car 
line, near Central Park Exchanie for 
larger modem houae, with acreage, etc . 
up to .'SO acre*, good loraliiv nud mtuation 
anywhere. Vancouver iKlnrd preference. 

PO Box M7. New WrslnilriMer BC 



JjUPLBX HOUSE 



WITH MONTHLY 



X^BW BTtJOOO BtnVOALOW Of • 

OMr MaHae Drive. Value H,m. 
CooaMer lota ae pttrt payment. 

^UMlfBB ROMBB at Proapect Lake. Clan 
>^ Lake, ap Brentwood, to eaehance for 

city pro(>erty. 

MBHABBT. ROB * CO.. LTD, 
tM Part at., ear. BMBB FbtaaBllfT 



4 8 OWNER S EAS1 ERN BUSINLt>8 DE- 
V uianda peraoiial auperviaion 

baaaalaw home, comprtaiaa 



uianda jKraonal auperviaion. he offer* 
I. 1 — irr'ilng m 
a. together wlth>a at 
under acrlL iM 



$L*u:>o 



TbM home, toaalber with the iroundt. haa 
beea eeperlaWy eared for TImn la a full 
eoaareM batemenL with turaaMi aeaerote 
walka: a tood lawn with, a prafaalea of 
Sowon aaB a saai^hBtB BaMaa wtih aa 
' vaiMM Bf fMB IMM ta ' 



It Is slt B B M i aa a aood eMvatloo and 
convenieni w both paHla aad high schols. 
If you ara looklac tor a real, eeetfortable 
home at a very nomtaal Baure. and one 
that ean be handled on reaeonabla tarau, 
r tan for an 



OAK BAT ATMnm 



ATBRT Bttfaattea Mvaa taoai alaaeo 
raaldenM with hardwood Boar* la the 

hall, reception-room artd dlnlat-raora. and 
larte open fireplace Two cholee bedrooata 
on the trotind floor and two upetalrt. AU 
plumbtna l* of the very beet Several ape- 
clel featurea: hot-air furnae»i rcrr high 
eeme a Md baaeaacnt: aaraae with eameat 
floar aad raaway. lamaar 
If yoa are looktaa for a 
borne, we attongly reeemm< 
tlon of this realdeoce 
value Price (II.MM 

down I osUy 

H O. DA18T A OO. 
M4 View St 



elrueted 

r inspe*- 
tlh cood 

$5200 

LTD. 



W4RnWOOT> ruMBt 



V M • Por ' r.. t. 

ita on laying 




rs 

THIS BIDB OV BOTAL OAK 
A CONSTANTLY iMP B O t lBU UIBfllff 
.A V an the amta hlthtpay. aaa aen under 

eutmttaa. part MaaMd m Maafc carraata. 
ana. eM. DweUlnt ef four room*, beae- 
nienl heth and toilet, aeptlc tank city 
ti*ier and electric light garaae and poul- 
try houae Lew taie*. Price only II.IM, oa 
aay r MMnable terma 

ROBERT ORUBB * OO 

' ■» fioveMimerit Siieri Victoria 

4 N EXCEPTIONAI I.Y WELL ■ BIJILT 
bOUW. • raoat* and earaae Baira g«r>-\ 
Special low terau tor 




Cor. Oovernment and View 

aim 



\TTRACTIVB 
fully furnUtaed. about IB 
walk from Boato g loa. la hish illnlliB BRd 

tood locality, on quiet atreet. clote to 
school The house Is In flrst-ciass eondl- 
liun. contlstina of three bedroom*, alttlnt- 
room. dining -room, kitchen and bathroom. 
Oak din.ng table and furalture. all la a*- 
ceKenl condition, ta dinlna-room. Uaht 
walnut In bearoom Ploort laid with Inlaid 
linoleum. Good kitchen ranee and new 
boiler. The hou^e has been well looked 
after and ha* ju*t been "done over " A 
new iMn-to hai, been built on the back 
and a tood ahed la on the lot. The troundt 
are aeat with atone wall la front aad lain* 
Mk tree and aeveral aoaU trait traaa. We 



■ABT * 



LTD. 



OIIU 



AOOMFORTABLB HOMX. POBKian> 
ar alhanMBk_«i two larte MUt Ml 
trees. OM fliMBtBMlT. A bit banSa. 



ClOBY HOME NEAK NEV, 
,H I»h School Every 
MSnS. Box 3867. ColDiilsl 



SAAN'KH 

■' l--,:e 



DEAN HBIOUT8, BBAUTIPULLY BITU- 
. ^aud-weil-ballt moda m hmue. two 
ba.throoma. attractive tardea, amr trana- 

PCVtatloa: low taxea. Ownar returning 
Basland. Would accept good otTer for 
auiek gale. Phone Owner, E 7233. between 
noon and a p.m. 



HOUSE. 




MODERN; 
BacBML 



l^*g/io TUB BBA. wrm A 

■«- fir view from all windowa. three- 

bunaalow. bathroom, pantry, basement. 
Veranda could be glasAcd-ln to make an 
extra room 1*1 35 x 120 T*«es 114 Price 
tl.480 Apniy J020 Peiirsnce Road 

1.X>R BALE — PIVB-ROOMED STUOOO 
buntaMw. hardwood Boon, aua roan. 
overMokint CMne walata. li.MO: naaea- 
ablo tarnrn. MMao BHpIra UM far ap- 
pointment to view. 



pVMl 8ALB — S-ROOMED BUNGALOW, 
A/ toanta court, near wharf. Mayne la- 
laad. Xscellent location for Summer board- 
ers Owner would take amaU w ' 
Qnaileum. part payment. ABBM MT*. 
mlQE. tUL 1. WeUlnttOB. 



ITKM-BAtB-BDC-aoOMBD OOTTAOE 
-L with modern conveniences, tltuated 
on the Mafront with good bearh beautiful 
garden, tome good fruit trees and small 
fruit. Very tood watar supply Also a 
weU-buIlt buncalow oontalalng four rooms, 
eooMtandiac a traad view, with ricbt of 
way to the gM. PropertMa ittBllM M 
4% acre*. PrlM M.OM, 

C WALLICH 
Real Mtate and Iii.suraiiie Agent 
CowlcblB SUtlon. B. * M. Hallway 



FIVE-ROOM BUNOALOW OM 
dale Avenue. In good 
40 a 14B. ,Tery low taxes. 

WIBB * CO.. LTD. 
Phoaa BMMnfWI M 



tM 



HAVE BBDOOBD THE PRICB OP THIS 
aeveii-r04Ml praetlcelly new seml- 
bunaalow, on a magnlfleent view lot ad- 
joining the Upland*, to ift,7M. 4m termt. 

Box 373fi. folonlM 

HOME— YOURS— WILL BUHxTtO BUIT 
you and arrange easy payments. R. A. 
Oraen Lumber Co . 3880 Maple Street. 

I lOfSFJS BUILT ON IN8TALMEN1 PLAN 

II Mo< 



D. H. 



Modern bomM 'or aale: eaar terau. 



LOOATBD IB A RIOB NBiOBBOBBOOD. 
eMn M Btaof BlU Pafk and yet 
wltMa Bea MlBBMr walk of the post- 
oIAm. It B awBalit Mvcn-room house, on 
eoaareM fovadAilon with cement baaement 
aad a new furnace Thit pi ea a r t y It In 
eaeellrnt condition throughout and would 
make a very comfortable family hni«e or 
a very good duplex Yes, there Is ass In 
the house, and thlg la. Indeed, a pickup, 
aa tlM Baa« aMM o«|M BM bs M^inn 
duBUosMrMr the BMM 9^IUU 



(Tanas M 



tn MTAle 



PtiOM B«1M 




BSrty) 



•AMT 



DtBU 



OMN 



IMMEDIATE BALE 4-ROOM HOUSE 
and tlaMhottto. Low taxea. dear 

eireie aSSlJt'''2»Sff'<imJt!^S^l 

SirMt. * 



ll.OBB Dieeount on New MM B oom 
Stucco Bungalow 

I ERR THAN TODAY B COST OP BUILD- 
1 Ing and lot Bids are rrqueeled. Oon- 
sl'tlng of attractive entrance baa. MMe 
livint and dining rooms. Prench abort be- 
tween, open flrrpUce and hsrdwo«Hl floors, 
well-planned r>wtch kitchen, two «iirartlve 
bedrooms, bathroom nirelv decorated Many 
riinhoeeda Pull cement ha»emenl. hot-air 
furnace: garaae: large loi Eacrllent nelih 
borhood We st«rt, the bid at 14,750 Good 
tern. s ai:snB(d 



> 



OAS BAT— AMonaer tbb oak trees 

rbN ttOar SXBBBTt aUBMUUNDED BY 
Vr \oaatllW tardea*, are oBer. a%barealn 

gylM. a Baa ttucro bunsalow toTuaaiing 
raomii all ol .m-ii *i>e Itiae and 
y proportioned iiviugTooin. t i i base- 
ment, furnace, garaae. M M B w 
facea aouth and WMt. MM nr 
Immediate sale or,l\ 



Seel 



A Ml >.M !•: ^> .K I v,^ > 

PBETTV sini. h..N.,,M,,.\ 
rooms hiid b.'^ahr.i t i.. oh iaise liv- 
ing-room, hreplacr oak r.u<,i ,^ two .ik d 
bcdreoius, plenty ol cup<,,.«i t .si..re. Dtilrh 
kitchen. tUed alok. nice bethroom with 
tUed Baori faraaMi latMO. Sselujeii . 

part of WTKy ^1^^ 

QtADHA Iil.lTRICT 

CUARMINO STUOOO BUNOAl/)W Mve 
noma. Ursa Uvlna-roeai. suu. rd n 

• •ao«*«a«aae o«e •a.AoaaaaasB ^j^fciolMJ 



R'fSf'*' ■Ba-BOMOALOW. attaalod 
hMh part, view cm aad mounteint: 
aeven room*. One bedroom down, three Bne 
*^-0oma uptUIrt, aatra large closets: 
Uvlaa-rooat. lane library, dming 
kltehen: apleadld bai>r - lUi 

tarato. Price ^<JUU 



JK>U9E8 WOM, SALE 



OAK BAY 
— fSMl QMit atnet 
oaaveaUM to Our Liaa aad Beach 

A -.STw^"?*"* ■■BI-BUN43ALOW 

-X w,u h e a diaMi oaMrtoc. The rooma 
■ re larae. weB *T-^fi aad umafallr 
oMeraied Larte. taaay Uvtat-raom wtiA 
opan Breplaee. fiiHial dlmaa-Mom wiS 
tauthera mtpoenM. WiuTSiSUrT 
and kitehea. ThrM bedrooms, two upstair*. 

'o*^ ^vj^hHJ 

AVENUB 

;ED BUNOAinw, ron 

- Ine aud Lcaii. Uoo6 

baaement and furnace uood IM 
"TltA Mas at gMr Prior .., 

OLOSB IN 
I^MVE-ROOBIBD BBIKW 

^ claaa eoiBdHMR. AB ...^ 

renovated Rooms ar* latSO. Twa Open flre- 
Place. Ha»rn.eiu Lam Ml, fmt tree*. 

ffrn.i 

ckjod valub 

O IX ROOMED U NLAiOW In A 1 condl- 
tlon- Nice J i:: h ...iii leadiiia into 
dlnlng-rooni wBh i^, a nrepUce Pantry 
and kitchen Vriy niir bathroom, IhrM 
MoeUent bedrooms Uuud cement baaaoteal 

US* fi5S?%0M''-52-f J*»_.'??** Jr«LS?M 

Prtee only 



X'lcE pive5 

veoleot to earhne and Lean 



1^750 



piVE-ROOM BtmoALOW. very 
1 face* south, m beet of eondltlea: far- 

d2^' SSS^mT- *^ tSlftO 

"••m ^M^wmM. nHB......... ^mM.*Pv 



CLOSE IN 

LAROB OOTTAOB— » rooma, -i/kA 
niM lot. OaladfM Av. rrMt#X(>OU 



8- 



WATBtPRONT *^wa|^^_ 

MILE OXROLB-Aboat OM foM aT tM- 
frontasa. M acres more or leu: about 
18 aoree ejaared. batoace taoMl: some flne 
flrs and eedare aloat ma tbore .in- the 
place for a country " - ■ 



Is only ^ ■ . ' . 

(Tanaa atraaB04) .....V<t>UU 



MS Oovereraent Stoeet Phone O 41U 



ML' .SI SELL THIS WEEK 
Owner Immedlaulv I>eaving Citv 

HIGH PAIRPIEI D MAONinOENT 
famUy ' 

t 



ally home, two bathrooau. diwble 
aavdutt burner, aM. fbM tMM 
At tbie ridieuloady Isv IBBn: 



^-ROOM HOME. HIOH PAIIlPtBLI>— la 
«^ now uaed in two aulUt. baviBt tuffi- 
ci*nt revMuia M Mver taaaa, lalawtt. etc. 
ThU IMM*^ twa b a thr aoati. Mwdutt 
burner, oMotrte atove, tat. SoMSBO water 
heater. Ia Bewiv i*^ iwa*^ mw^A Mit. 

A real sm at . 



$4750 



Uraa MtM^BB^MB* aoumo. IffD. 
MB MBM BIBB. Ttt fbrt St. 

E mplre 1043 

1^'^AIRPIELD NKAt'^ THRJB-RodiaE 
eotlate. tloo down and Mrl AAi~l 

115 a mont h ♦llfUU 

I ^UCHBSS ST. — Qodd Bvo-rtomad baa- 
galow. valued for morMece purpoee* 
at 13,000. oiTared oa eaay termt ^'^^^()^) 

/ \AK BAY~Attraotive. modern tlx -roomed 

BISHOP A WOWmHOTON, LTD 
578 Yatee Btreot Phone E 3341 

Open Evenl atfc T to » 

OAK BAY— EXBCtrrOIIV BALE. BEAU- 
tiful « room reetdeOM. eboiee ahrub* 
and fruit tree*. elOM eehooL Ma and car 
Bacrlflce t5,0M. No asoBM. B mplre Mil. 



ri'^EN MILS POUrr, SflUK3T LOCA-nON 

Pour-rooamd eottosa. turalihed. t. 
aen bMutUai park laitd. aiM view aaa 
and mouatataa apaalal price, Ii.ma. Ap- 
ply 'Tha OoU." 8ea View Road. Oadbaro 
Bay. 



TWO WATERPRONT torn WITH riVE- 
roomed house, boalhou-i .ir.'' swn 
and kitchen garden, at View RoyaL |4.(N)0: 

eTcr c'.«pp.rM«R fihrt 

395 View Royal Anaat. 

i,\'ATCH MBILItRBT. MB * CO., UD.'> 

cor Breaa^ 



AL^ED CARMJCHAEL * CO.. LTD. 
iiOintABMOM astSMl IBM 



AT 



Pull 
•ae tood 
Road. 



avMOAum — 



OR 



r-ROOM MODERN BUNOALOW. With t«rO 

• ' rooni« finished upstairs. Ilvlng-Toom. 
dlnlnx- riKyni. kltehen. two bedrooms and 
bathroom downstair*, garage In baaement. 
This home Is In excellent repair 

MSHARBY, ROB A CO.. LTD. 

M4 rm Bu OM. srssa i%oao b um 



NBAT MXm-BOOMBD BU^g'alow 
eloM to C4ir Ideal for 41 V"/! 
etderly couple Only ^^ I Ml 

<4ROICE t-ROOMKD BUNOALOW - B* 
^ ment, earden lot Best bur ♦<>T"'n 

weai of Menslea Street at 9^ 1 • M F 

TTttTB unOMBD BOINIALOW near Hieh 

at.'T!*-..*..'^. .r-rjou 

BBAIffT. MMOO BMM 



8IZ BOOMB. BABMCBMT. FURNAS 
Garaae. High loeaMoa. Itt AfU\ 
half biMk from ear Una 9X41111 

TjllVE-ROOM OOar BONOALO A '-... 
^ to BMch ivivo. Bret-etaM ^i- * t ' ti 
locality. Price »!N » I . K > 

ONE ACRE, high locallnn. exrelleni vira 
Nicely treed and fenced St'l^fl 
Lumtyer for small house •P.r.Hl 
\JORTH QUADRA- PuU-sl*ed d*.;--"- 

^> lot, faiOac aouth. PrlM 9*' I «> 

-VTEW ST(KX» BUNOALOW. one block 
.'^ from a nice sandy beach Good bus 
service. Thla houae haa every modern 
eonvenleace aad Ineludae $5S00 




'^ERY ATTRACTIVE TTtDOR BTTliB 
house, coiislsttiK III tu room*, tfefW 

bedroom*, lane drawina-room. dlalat- 
PMBb kttabtM aaa bbob b obm i . tva bath- 
rSaaia, tvanbaplasat. Boi-orater hMtlnt 

TTils Is an opportunity for a man of 
moderate means to acquire a beautiful 
home at a surprisingly low flgure. 

An Inapertinn now will convince you of 
the taeeUence of material aad workaMm- 
*blp. 

Bsalnalve Ateato 

OLIVER. inrEWART CLARK M CO, LTD 

wiaob B1Bb« OM Port Btreet 

■Ma 



GENUINE SNAPB 



BFI^A/k CASH, balance eaty terms, bu 
W*t\f\J gtx-rMm buaaalow. osk n*, 
diitrtH: ooaaat baaaaMat aad w*ik tiron 
site lot. laay M>M. OlOM to tt> > I 4 u t 
car Total prloo only vAAUU 

91 TBRMB. or aeareat offer. 

•ITK^v/" buy* lovely pier* ef property 
on Cordova Bav beach, with six -room 
tUWie. worth at leaat 13 000 OwBOr Mlllat 
ea aooaunt of mo\,ng to Statae. 

GRANT * HOLDBN 
Winch Bldg.. 040 Pert BL Phone B IMI 



pr-ROOM iOVOALOW CONTAINING 
*f entraiMO BoM. iRa bedrooms, tlttlrte- 
: full basement, hot 



hoaltasi two Mta. Value cannot be 

bMten. Ttow by apsalntmcnt M>>r:4Ui 
Exelutive aaeata 9"'""' 

MARA. /ONBB A OO . LIMITED 

<EetaMMM« MM) 
lail Broad Street Pboae E M33 



10 



An 

ROOM8 IB 

ntlde and out Large baaement. hot 
I water heatini hall. drawing, dining. 
I i^reakfaat roosa*. klwbon and laundry room 
a <h extra plumbiae: • BaMMMa apotoira. 
hath and toilet aopOMBa. BMi paM of 

' city and low Maoa. 

PrlM 



WE WANT HOI 

TAUra or TO MAM 

In City or Saanlrh. In Part 
for Aay ef the Pellowli 



V*^ B 
Bay. 

^rot 

• ' 1 O' 

l/Kll 

bl 

piVB 



M Oak 



r>e acre: IMi% 

HT ACI 
buftealovi 



J/KIHT ACRM. 



UMDi 



ROYAL RyjtMT OOMPANT 

■ ■• bldg Tel E 0313 



X* r A M vK nOOM aUHOAlOW. CHOIOB 
• ^ >acetMa M ObB ■itt Mreet Iv«m the 

builder. M.nB. ^MBTIMBMoMM. aflM 

• arMdML 




JOSEPH r 

804 Brouahton St 

Al^ver' Burdon, 



RRIDOMAN 

F.ataMlahed IM8 
Real Estate I>ept 



^''HMI ^TH IIM CASH AND 13* 

^^lUi'por amnih wttl atake you owner 



of liiia modern gla-reSM hsam with full 



gy tirrma. 

$2000*ny. 

rooin bungalow near Beaneo H' 



EXCHANOe 1" pviirifj' 
owner of Ibis mcKier- ' M.r 



HkJttBI 

4«5 (■' .It street 



Phone a SIM 



J* h HHOWN A SONS. LTD 
fS^A(l BUKNBIDE DISTRICT. 8 — ,— » 

yv bammant. lane let: aaroBOt 
chickea bouM: frsita. aaa. Mid oaJbSle 
aace lit per maath. 

JRI "^'^ K» »" "n- 

'* * — Obntructed new Kour-rooni cot- 
take i«r;e lot. wiM: bcauiilul garden. 

I'rh e i j.lf.s ,>;f)M ,s Ulloleuin, lano aSB* 
i> vt'.i'O, eii li.>rs only 111. Term*. 

St;'»"".(U) OAKIAND.S DISTRICT NeV 
,. _. Mf\f . ,1 bui.aul.iw. hliih location, 
(uui iai«. iiKniis bMscnieiit. garaae. Lots 
' pa iMriii t>alBnce arrantetf. 



2500 -.:\'--V.'*^ TOLMiB owtmiOT. 



Attractive modern buncalow ad 
five roama. aU in good eondltlon: beeT 
ment: glaaaed-ln aleeptna porch: taratai 
chicken house, etc. Two lane lota. La* 

taxes 

P, R. BROWN Bl aONL IAD. r 
1111 BrMd B tTMt rtiipi Otltt 

#0(C|Wk ON TBRMB— IDEAL ft-ROOM 
^m'^'wr bungalow, Mount Tolmle dls- 
irlct, two Urte lot-, ideal location. «.s 
aorted Iruii tiers and small fruIU. Housa 
Is In A-l condition Inalde and out: all 
•oms Ian*, opea flrepUoa, fuU cement 
• semen t. furaaaa. sansa. A 
I I tood district. 

/ -lORUE DISTRICT— PIva riUMt. S- 

i5A-^wS3!ur** 

■BSMt BM MpaiMMMI^M 
aa reak Pitao. 



pretty borne 



a tooa 



ft] "VB ROOMS. 1 rooms gr«un4 

IT I ' ',H>r. two upstairs. S-plece bath, 
full basriiicnt Thla place la really aew. 
Oood sarBeo lot ■ 

W, J OILULAND * CO, 

UM Doutla* St. PhoiH O mi 



NORTH QUADRA 



11800 * '^■'^ 



with baMMtat 

Owaer talaB away. . 

fore the end of May. 

$aooo Palrfleld h 



■rooated modem buatalow, 
aaa iloM*d-ln *ua porob. 



jMaMd-ln gua porob. 
Thlt maat M aoM Bo> 



• MM 



$17 



8 T U C f • o 11 O M : 



J^^l TERMS OR CASH, BDTB A 



lovely new 3- roomed moderh 

high location, on bug roaw. near 

street ear. TbU U a awMt llttla bOMS. 
Suit ooapla. s 

VANCOUVER ISLAND REALTY CO. 
13^9 Uroad HIrr. i p , ,, Mtl 



7» WANTED r<» 111 \ — lIOLSibS 

BY WORKING MAN 4^'oiP'ImROOM 
house. In city 
meat I* required. 
Box 34n. Colonist. 

WANTS OafSAB BOOB OR 

?»*:i'*sm^'»^ •>l9flLf*» autrioi. 

Oraat A li aldo B , Wlatfe aMB« MB rart 

street _B llM. 

'LX>UR-BboMBD BUNOALOW TO PUrT 
r chase, lake HIII di'ir!,i about lljOO, 

" < it Co., til 



^UENT 



i-l<()i-Ki( I Y fOB tAU 



NORTH QUADRA DIBTRICTT, SALA- 
bury way Large buildini lots. high. 
Iilrely treed ICiO. terl.l^ (lHrden»3»4 

/ lONSALES llBIGHrs — AT BARGAIN 

^ ^ price, absot % aen. Plao vUwa tif taa 

and mouatalne and Oab^Bay diatrlet. 

rood soil Natural place for dunken 
1*1 CO (nr rue week only. 12.000 
B (' Land, 133 Oovernment StrMt, 



I TOMB LOCATION POR PARTIOOLAB 
X I buyer dMlrlng property with reventM 
and low uaet; Pour garden lota, fully 
stocked with full-bearlna loganberry plant*, 
well csred for and In best condition Ertl- 
m»ted revenue l^l^ year. IISO. Attractive 
location close to Portage Inlet. Owner baa 
more than he ean look after aad wlB atU 
thla attractive propoalllon for ll.OM. TbBM 
leeg than 118. But line handy, 

ALSO LOT on Richardson St . 10 a 141. 
fenced two aides, adjoining nice 
homes i:t-.n 

T P Mr( ONN RLL. Peni berton Bldg, 

OKTH QUADRA 8T.— GMOICB^'mAUK^ 
aen lot en tha top of the MU: BMoIr 
etudded with oak*. Phone E tMt 



tJHAWRUlAB LAKB WATBItPBONT-3M 
Road 

BUY ON THE OUTSKIRTS AND WATT* 
la a policy that hat paid handaosM 
divldonda In the paat. 

WATERPRONT PBOPBRTIES, au>SB 
to Victoria, la the trend of deteiop. 

merits offer you au or^porttii, ;i ^ t.^lay. 
Call snd Inquire shnit oiir %f\^r\rr\ ;.K-a« 
lions on the SOITHERN 81.0PE OP 
tADBORO BAY 

BRANSON INVBBTMBNT CO.. LID. 

astatBiui 



140 



SI 



rr. PRONTAOE ON PATRICIA 
Bsy. flne fr.r P • m-' rottages. 50 
Eoul Bayt 
' 1 V. 0»M. 

PBOPBBTT WANimD 



U'ANTED-WB WANT PROPERTY TO 
sell If yours Is priced right, we can 
move II ftee r,i,r advertisement under 
■ property for Sale ' If vour property were 
thus advertised, it would move it Wouldn t 
It' T P Mi-Coiinell. Prtnberton Bid* 

W 'ANTED — LAKEPRONT PH<jPEHTy" 
aullaMe for camp. Must he cheap 
for ea^. Olve full dotallt and price. Box 
3083. Colonltt. ^ 

llTATBRIMoirr OOTTAOB. OOftOOVA 
V* Bar a«i 



ACI 



5Z 



OB fOft tAI* 

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REAL BBTATB BABOAINI 

ATTRACTIVE OOTTAOB MOMBL POOR 
reoBM. panlgy, bathfaam, electric 
lIBhl, aUy MMor, K BOfoTfMt troM and 
ehlelaa howM P i aaai ty M H tood abapo 
aad faees aouth. tHH to HBM MSA U 
aula circle Tbim SiC 

TERMS -MO >An -TERMS 



$2200 



two 



rau 



aaf'Vi 



t-ataee bathroom, 
ML alto ••raa|^. 



exchange for a amall eonatrr prepcrty. 3 
to I acrea. with a three la flve-roem a«t- 
taoe. within the 8-mlle circle Even trade 
r title 



ftf^r^UVI^AIRPIBLO BUNOALOW. ala 

^MJt/U ndaaa. llvina. diaiaa. kli 
paaa-pB a try. aa4l thiM fcHraemt: g 
•.-{•nv ■eaera. BrapMpe to 
Ml 




W, J CLARK At COMPANY. LTD. 
OM Yates Street 

40tr»rTRY~RE8inEimAL PROPERTY 
nh mile waierfrnrit. about one 
boar from Victoria, conuinlna 137 acree. 
PIve-room bunealow on e«aent fou n dation 
to Brat-clasa condition Watar Mppllod by 
tnvitr. Oueet houae. I>oabU taraae with 
eeaMSt Boor. Many eaMB baya aad beaebca. 
fletne gafa aad)ioraot and providing ea- 
relicnt battHaa. Lead is rn. ■ . Hied, a 
few aerw alMred arouiM ' - - riocxi 
Aehlne, ghootinc and bottitM #7AflA 
MatalSeent vlewa Reduced to. . # < UUV 

CROaa 4k OOMPABT 
BtlMoat Houae Op peelU Peetogico 

•BWTB ACRBB: PIVE-MtUC OIROLS. OTTV 
• water Oood btjlldlno aAa. BMr tho 
<-a Snap. 1800, terme. O BTdoa MM. 

PVJH SALB-^183 AOitaB. BATURNA 

I laiaiMi. four-room bouw, bam: alaa 
> riaared. half aen amali frail. Oaoi 

"■' * f«p BmMn rbr _ _^ 

(.-utrt RAUi — A WT D1^RAB1.B 
r homealte, gMMaBMSB 1" acre*, oei 
North Pender JmSmL averlooklrkg Port 
Rrownine RefboT, wRb aptandld aceale 
view Por partlculara. apply t« Land Set- 
Dement Board. PerUauMot aulld'no vkv 
tone BC 

BALE OR TRADE I *0 A< )4 I'ii Bi . r- 
t Mad. M oMared. two million feH 
MlRy logged Oood water 
thfwtiah prot>erty On blehwev 
echeol Coat 113.000. Will Mb* M.TM. 
_ *»erBi. l[b»t baf« 



18 



n 



AVKEAUK rOH 

4COI. [iuu«0 > 



SALE 



i^'^OR flAi^ 1 ACKcx rrtwn ihkkci 
Col<iu'.(' •Imui ruii« I'iroiiil br«u 
tiful hom«.Uf Prii.« »«.>0 Alio on» •< r». 
flte-roomed in-i* »• ••winrd frtiH uer% 

LOBdM)' Hoad MitT w.:ii':isijri . 1; M I) J, 
Victoria 



JJIAPt 4', ACIU^t, 
ciMrcd, loc hoii\<' 
jl IM kird*. >iA niilri 
B«s Sill. C«lwilM. 



ABOUT HAI.r 
chicken houtr. 
out ^^iO. larnM 



lOISE mi FAIM 

Maiiat T»l«t« BIcteM — ^ur room>. 
hoi and colli »*tef. feMMnent Hitall 
M>B>«ut down. 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C SATURDAY, MAY 23. 1931 



SA ANirH 



KlUHT MILES 
Road 31Q acrri 

Inr (iiir kind of farmlna. 

fl*arrd r»«Ur(«-#; 
■ H ''ur»d 

•hack, new barn 
. •* 

lU al- 
ia eltr ar — fcw t fct. 

B WW W OO O 

9t Toronto Rld( 1406 DaUcUt St. 



ArRCACi« 
.fT Wrsi Baaniil 
■ laiul. s '<ii>l'' 
rxfpi dairvitiX pa, 
tmbercd >,<>iiir roci 
•111141m* conalit of 
4* a Ml m4 •JttdkMI 



tU rtR MONTH 

WAT ro BOY nvx 

•M Mtfara M«m. »U eooven- 



■AT* AOENT 
TtL moan om» 



1,15 



FOR SALB 

rOUR-UUJi 



IS 



via ■taaaavaa Mmv 



KAKMS FOR SAI.K 



■oailUfaMy 

•■••■« Baflf* •*•«•••••»' 



Va rloui 
wall. OT«r 



I wan. t 



»uuo| 

I 

fm I 

I 



"liNEAR PANIC ON 
SPANISH BOURSE 



rrloia Biba 



; Bl*w Vral 

' Shouldrra 
' Ktuapa ... 



▼nW Of BAANlCa. ovrrl xA 

lag take aB4 Itawly (ancad 

SiMUic iKht. ptaoM. . 9lAK(U\ 

•Dd tlxe past ^rt»JV\.» 

fiarpia is WatertrMt 

» 4a II Awria. «• OaM Mata. 

tIN to |4ir« Am 



^^OUt4 Fart ttr 



ttrMt 




L'^INK VSA riHKKUNT RA.NCH -1« ACRka 

12 Mrei bM kaaa p low a had. • acres 
iiaw iB tUlMa; M aerM adJolnliia mlm 
obtalnabU. riva roaou. iBcludlna aummcr 
kltchm. Loc botiaa. maw. with axcapUoMi 
inilda finlih Luria veranda. Woodahcd, 
poultry houkf. barn, stablr Open outlook, 
few alcpi to beautiful waterfront harbor 
Oovemnieoi road. D««r and cacaa blr4* 
aiaaMful: aoatf tahlaa. Oa«i aaar aaKta* 
bora and 
profltabia 
lionta: e!^ 
coiaaial. 

' 111 I ^ 1 1 1 1 ■ 

Caantrr Hamt and Pealtry Tim at 

METfUOSIN 

AC RES. MOfiTLY CLEARIU OOOO 
■Oil. Klaht-raoB bunaalow: city waur, 
ilshi availablt. Moa aardan. fruit traaa. 
ata. CMakaa bautaa and aatMMlaa*. 

moo 

M. T. MATlUWt, MMjy 



J) 



1. TMTOIIIia 



tt r AUft fOB BBNT 

1>OULTRy RANCH POR RENT OR SALS, 
naar Slk Lake Tarma. O IMS. 



B'A MILES 



S l-J AOIUB. all In fruit of *U kln<1.< 
Pour-rooaa eottaae. chicken boiua and 

rr^^"'-*, ^00 

, <TW8 mr*! araa a|MMli aaarly pay 

far II.) 

#AK BAV— NEW ataaoa banaalaw. five 
naaMi aaiaaa la aaaMot baaament, all 
go<>a n i k«lll>la laatataa, 



mm L mm ltp. 

rm aa4 Aala laaarsMa. OaOaatlaoa 



■aaaufal watartiaM ' m> m * itn 
CfeaBNK.1. HMM aaalb. fate aiuei 
sat. Maaly toaai aa4 araatr. VMiU 
aMaa sad walar svallaMa. Law taxaa. 

A. g. BABVON 
m Vaaakartaa Mdir. K aaifa <S4l 




Island 
Freight 
Service 
Ltda 



IPOl Government .fitrttt 
Victoria 



SohtdHle 

Happly Valley, Mctcliosiii. 
Langford, 8 a.m. daily. 

Sal/ Sprinff Islan(t-'-l«cavc 
Ganges 7J0 a.ni. daily 

I.r.ivcs Victoria 2:15 p.m. 
daily. 



Daily 
Service 



Lake, 8:30 a.ni. 



Cuwiclun 
daily. 

Chemiinus, N a n a i m o. 
Coiirtenay, .MbemI and 
Cumberland, 10 a.m. daily, 

r)uncan. 10 a.m. and 2:30 

p. Ill, daily. 

Uuncaii, Saturday 10 a4». 
and 1 pjn. 

Comteoay to Victoria and 
way points, I p.m. daily. 

Nanaimo to Cowichan Lake, 
Duncan and Victoria, 10 
a.m. daily. 

"uucan to \ ictoria, 9 a.m. 
<1 3 p.m. d&ily. 



Special Trips 
Arranged 



Fumiturt amfHoiiMhold 
Goodi a Specialty 



OVaaiASBBM FABK AKD SEA 

Stucco Horn*, vtlh beautiful arounds 
Vrry large llvlni room, wuli beajt't.: 
outlook Dining room of (eiierous tun. 
fira bcdroomi. alceplna porch and 
varaadM. AU atadarp eoavaoioocaa. 
Hat watar IwatlM. i^ataaMUa all 



■taladad sardaa. iiiatfai MS sal. 

Otaaar la "fealas away sad baa 
fila prtta IMIS far aalak 



$8500 



AN. FORMAN A 00. 



Vlaw Street 



2 Dean Heights'] 

I If oat daalMfela haaiilllli With tea 



Maat daalraWa hwaiillii wlta 
. viewa. an thratawa asalk stteMSsww | 
I Road, bctwaaa Btataaaad saS Pm Say " 

Roadt. ■ 
I Wr have four homes under conctructlon ' 
and own choice bulldlas (Itaa. a 

I We will either IttttS las ya« St arti ' 

. rou a homejite. ^ 
I WE ALSO OWN 

I Bulldtnc aitet frontlni west end | 



I 



OAK BAY PARK 



I Hirst Realty Servicie* 

^10 fart btrect rbane E atSI | 



MAORnX May 32 <AP -A 
ratflcal brMJc In stocl^ and bond quo- 
tsMoos aa tiM Banieiana ezetaance 
jraa* excitemsat en the 
<Mi cveninc and eatai wsa 
^ . ortly after Joae P«la«'/ ihr 
HfMldtnf ofBcflf. had addre«.spd ihi 
Boiirsr 

fVlrtc/ in. l.slcd the count ry w a.s 
fiii)t1aiii»>ii[,allv .soiiiwl aiKl I hp 
Uoiii sf c\osr<i niilftl;, all hough rer- 

NumeroLu stock and bond Lssufts 
at Barcelona dropped 20 to30i>oli)U 
and rscovcred in vuIom dcfreea. 
Notts lUllnwds aaciei « petnU. 
but retalnad the loss and AUoants 
Railroad hH SO. part of which was 
rscovsred. 

Some banki 
that the h^ests w^rp cau-sed bs puli- 
He n«•voasne^.^ fvry thf (i()\rrii 
m«'iit plans tor 

mciit with Ruiaia f-ri.i..- t.nd 
'ithrr financiers charii. ; - 1 i/cd this 
attitude as "sheer hysteria and un- 



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rtnaat Oatane If fid. Ik . 

nori'jniola. lb 

Oftia.v Otuyerr. ti portion*. 
I rioetl Onurio Uat«re<l. tb 
I Edam Duieh OMMbk m. 

Oouda Cheaic. lb 

I Eiialikfi Stllioii. lb 

liiiPorte<l Ho.uefori. Ih 

Eagle Brand Cameatbart. lb 

Circle Brajtd 

Kraft, lb. 



'••s*«ae eWi 

Mtt sM «40 

ib^ •«••••«* .45 

•••••*a«*sa eM 

••eaaasaaa* ^8 



«ea e« 
•••• 



Jose Jurado Plays 
Round of Golf in 
Prince's Clothes 



PruiLC ol \V 
South 



1 1 



AiiuiKan Laudi ll.K.li. 
Family for Hospitality 



• iKi! Ouifii — 



and 



Royal 



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I ••••.•...••••aaaMtaf aee* , «iS 



By H. i., J. BAKOarX. 
tCapTricbi. Ittl. br lha MaMh 
. Bat rteassr tn|aaa» 
SOtlTBL^OBT, 

Mav T 



Halibut. Ik 

Soiaa 

Eaitern nnnan „ 
Loeal Cured Slack 
Larue Eaatern W\99nt 

Wklte Palmoi 

Red Salmon 

Hkat« 

R«d 

X.pyrrrd Sal 
I oral Kii.pera 
Prr li Cod. ib. 



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Retail Market 



t«cxl Potatoca. 10 iba 
N«w Local Potateea. ih 
Pallfornla New Potatoes, 
Hothouaa Tooiatoaa. Ife. 

Beeta. bunch 

Carroti. per bunch 

rurnlpa. per buhcto 

"Cauliflower, aadl 
naiaaa. ft .. 
Oraan Paaa. Ik. 
Mnsca. head 
flhieaatbers. each . 
totueoakca. each 
xaiana a tba tor 

Local Calarr 

kaneJi 



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Victarin - - - I'hone d 81S8 

44 

1181 

• - Phane 17t 

jbtI 



$3,500 

Half acre, Six- 
Rooio Bungalow 

Located OH Quadr.i Street, 

in East Saan^h 

Madam als-raaai kantalaw. In asedlant 
aandUlen. Newly decorated. On half 
aert of land, all laid out In lawn, 
aardaa sad Iniit traaa. Prlvata aa- 
iraaea ts tfsaeSa fraai taad. BaeaBaat 
rlaw. 

ISee Cash Wm Haaile 

A charmlnii home for parly who dealrei 
lo do -oin' rrlJtsd aardeiv is rr ralsf 

rhirkrn', I.i)w t«xe» I,!,^tmg 9)6 

THE GRli FITH CO. 

The Real BiUta OantH 
au View Straat Pfeoaa E7IB1 



Raw Naval OtaBfSfc 
Appica— 

Fancy, lb 

WInrsaps. box ... 
Cooking Appiaa ... 

Dalicioua. boa 

Newtown >ln>ln. I Ika. 
; tantma. Cut., earn 

Oatcg. i Iba 

New Caiiiurnla Flag, pkt lo, is to 
Cal OUwtar Rslalna. t,ox 3> and 
I Haw oattforaia Lam /iai. lb. 

""(■hanf. parh ... ,. .10 
.-prini-h TOlS nslltaib Sfet. 

l elery. gtalk " ii 

I Naw Paid ftataa. lb. 

Ooeauittta. *arh 
Smyrna Flag. U». 
Pearx, dozen 
Cranbcrriaa. lb 
Fneaagad Strawbarrlai. pall 

Oaaaebcrrlag. lb 

f^al applca. 4 iba. .. 
Bint Cberrlea, lb. . 
Callfarnia Grapefruit 
Artsona Qrapefruli. 4 for 
aallfernia Strawbcrrlcg. 

Cantrloupeg j 

rre-ji RhubarS. 
Pioaappla 



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CALIFORNIA 

\\ r liave many clients tluvvn tin- 
West Coast with private liouir- 
and sttractive business proposi- 
tioiit wdo wish to exchange for 
property in Vtctoris. If anyone 
is interested kr moving South, 
we shaH be pleased to give the 
part Irtilart. 

Victoria Homes & 
Hardens, LM. 

Phil riahCT-Cal. B. da Macain 
^ B4ISt 



New Almond Natft 

*ginuia. lb 

Pecaoa. IS. , 

•Osad. lb n and 

CaHfornl* Soft K»U Waiaata. 
Roagteif Peanutg. lb 
Soft Shell Almonds. Ik 
New Chaatnutt. Japan, IS. 

Naw BraaU. lb , 

Local Ptibart Nuta. ib. . 



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Da^ Pradaaa 

Battay— 

Brock riate: n. 

Fhginroefc 
Cowichan Creamait. ISl 

H»ndlpat«. Ib 

Palt i^v^r HT Igland. ib. 
niir o«.'D Brand, lb. . 
New Zealand Oraasaary. 

Comox 

Kaaa— 
B c. Fmb aattaa 
B.C. Fragh ntals 
Pullet Bxtraa .... 



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.40 

ts 

.40 
JS 
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WKMn the 8-MII« 
Clrel« 

A B«eeiitly>B«ilt Seven- Bosm 
Haaae on Vi Acres 
The property la laid out In trees, 
shrubs, lawns, fruit trees and 
gardens. Zt is near the sea and 
has a good view. The house Is 
seml-bungalov built, very con- 
veniently designed, with all mod- 
em equipment. This Is a beau- 
tiful home and situated In one 
of the flnest location.s, i.^ not 
overlooked by nei(jhLx>:-, Wr can 
rn "I 'nr' fi " ■ T' ";in oon 

On the Crest off 
Gonzales Hill 

A building property of three- 
(fuarters acrs to be sold for IMH. 
Let us shoer you thU beautiful 
site and then you can judge for 

yourselves thf Ktandeur at the 

Victaria Homes & 
Mm, Ul 

a UN 



Pork- 
TriatDiad Latna. tb. 
Shoulder Raatla. lb. 

legs. Ib 

Side Pork ... 
Pork Sauaase, lb. ... 
ran Laaw- 

i«» ; tt 

shouiden . . . 15 

f^*'-^-^ j» 

Lotng 40 

staw Lamb 15 

^9b Obapa Jt% 

•prtMUag^ 

Fiwit ^asfstra w 

Hind Qaarlara 45 

No I Baal- 

sirloin stSak. lb. 10 

sirloin BaaMa lb. 41 to .M 

Round StaalK IS Ja 

' Pot Re-<its. Ib «... M ta .11 

:iump Roaata. Ib. 3% 

Shoulder SUaka ir 



TO 



Na« 




Saalad taadarg. addraaaad ta the Becra- 

I tary. »lll be rernved by the Board of 
I 8<"hool Trualeea r.f f» anich. for New 
Frame Four-Room School Bulldlngg In the 
Cadar HiU aad Kaattas Diairtcta, up to 
13 noon. Taaaday, tad af June. The 
lowegt or any tender will not neceggarlly 
be accepted. Plana and apaclfloatlona may 
be obtained at the office of the Architect. 
Hubert Saraca. A.R.I.B.A.. tlS-lT Bayward 
Building, vtalana. B O., on parmant of the 
•am af tan daUars, whleh will ba rafaad- 
ad OB tha ratara a( plaaa and aasaiflaa- 
tioBs la saad saSar. 

MTDON. 

fitecretary 



COBFOBATIO.N OF THE TOWNSRIF OF 
BSOOIMAI.T 

TAXES 

atatamantg have been mailed to all 
MtlSaa Whoaa namaa appear on the Col- 
jaator'g Rail af tha Corporation •( the 
Townahlp of laaulaialt. Any aueh parson 
who haa not recelyed a atatamant ahould 
communicate at once with the under- 
giahad. To avoid tha raRCBNTAOB 
APOVnon aa tha aarraat yaafa taasab all 
tarn araal ba »aie asl latar tfeaa Maa M. 

O. 9VUm. 
Oaaiats t ol Tsaag. 

May 2^ tSIL 



Baalad taadcra addraaaad to tha andar- 
ilsaad and oaderaed on tha anvaiaat 
Taadar for 4lttar«nUna Launch. Wtlllaai 
■aad. B.C.." win be received up to noon 
the nth day at June. ISSI. for far- 
aiahiaa the matarlala and labor of all 1 

naeaaaary for tha eonatrucUoa la 
Oaaada. eautpment and dailvary a ava- 
Rlngle Screw Laanab aT tha Ms»> 
las leading dimensleng: 
IitnatK nn water line SO feet 0 Inrhrs 

Breadth moulded II taet • Inebea 

DapU) aauldad ■ teat S 

Bpaad aa trial U aiUaa 

Dailvary ta ba aMda at 
etatian. wniiaa 
a naad aaai. 

naM aad aaaeineatlaM in cenneoiloa 
with llM abata aaa br 0 m MH *4 on appli- 
cation to tha Asaat. Oaparioiant af 

Marine. Victoria. B.O. 
There are no apaeiki Under fernii In 
Uon wiih thia work. 
»eh ' lender maat be accompanied by 
an arf'epted bank ebeaaa la (aiSr af tha 
Minialer of Marine, aaaal ta taa par cant 
lOv > of th. value of the tender, which 
heou^ will h» rmfelted If th. Aijrr»««f,il 
'nderer decllnaa to eatar Into a contract 
«ith the l^ i M aiia t aa faila ta eoaipleta 
'he work aaalnetad far in aacwrdanee 
ith the eonfract to ba prepared by the 
t>»parlm»nt 
Tendera unarromnanled by • rerlifled 
•IB a«t be cnnatdered. 

panylna nnaapeaaatul tan 
wm ba imaMdiaiaiy ratumad. 
^T^-* «^ Wad Itaair ta 

aSdlUaiMl Ml 
abUUMd by a 

a. JORNBTON, 

^ Bsaaty Mialatar 

OaaartSNat at I »—-mvww 



OVyBSMMBNT U«VO« ACT 



Katlaa af 



Natica la haraby alTaa that tha ttrd day 
of June next, tha aBdarilanad hutanda ta 

apply to the Ll a aar OontrnI Rnard for a 
lleencc in reapaet af prem:<r« hrint part 
of tha buildlna baawn aa 17-Mlla Hmiae. 
•itaata at Booka BaaS. aiaaSMlt Dtatttct. 
uaan tha landa daaerntad aa part Sbe- 
Uana Ii« • 1 a . nutrlct. Victoria 
Land Rrn in the Province 

0O\llt.NMKNT l.iai OR ACT 
of Brltlal< ( oiimibla. for thr aali> of brer 
by tha alaag or by tha open bottle fotf 



Ihta Slat Say af May. isii. 

MART iAOSaOM. 

AaaBsaat. 



coaroBATMN or 

VICrOBlA. 



CITT OF 



Teadera Be Coat irea Flpe. Eta. 



aeattd tendarg wtU be received bv the 
andarglanad up to 1) o rlork noon. Mon- 
day. Jane 1. laSI. far gupplylna Oagt Iron 
ripa and FHUnaa. Bydraata. Taleaa and 
Pta Load BpaeiftaatMiM aad fam af 

lender may be Obtained at the offlea Of 
i'lir^hatlng Agent, to whom )ei>darg 
miigt be addreaaad and marked on en- 

vaiapa. "T aasiii far c.t. rtpa. ste. a 
rartUlaS ettaaaa for ft of tha amoant r<f 

lender, made pa>abla lo the Olty Tr-i- 
ur»', muat accoanpany each Sander n-- 
lowwat or aay taadar will not naeaaaaniy 



Freah FewU 
chiekan. lb. 
Turkaya. lb. 
Oaaaa. lb. .. 
Daeka. la .. 



n to 

JS to 



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Haddlei. Ib . . 

Sceicli cufad 

Sunrtaa nilata 

~ " Bay nOaU 



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Fresh Firgta. eaae lota, dosan 
Freah Pulletg, 



JS la .» 

aaveaatsa. 9^4^ att 

.^i.e i4 «ffj|f 



Salt Satins 

N«w Baalaad SatMa. ftaau 
New zaalaad. ftrat srada . . . , 

New Zealand, finegt prlnta. ' 

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Lemons, box 
Florida OrapofraH 
Oanlalaapaa 

Cochella 

Btrawbcrrie.f 

Plneapplea. caae . 
Bias Oharriaa .... 

O aoaabarrlag 

Bananaa. lb 

Basket.^ 
Cocoanata. doaen 
Appiaa-: 

Wawiowas I. 

Romea 

win 
Bplti 



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3.U. ass aad 3 7& 
.... sad 3.10 
3.75 

a.M 

Vaeefaalaa 

California Calary. caaa ..^ lo.OO 

Sf^^Sf*' .44 la .49 

Oanlinawar. laasl lj» to l.« 

Oreen Onion*. daSaB M 

Local Bavta |.jo 



- .J«>ae Jurado, Utile golf 
profesaianal Iran, the Acgentlae. 
fsela that h« has toaa hMieivd 

«t>«»« nmst men. for he haa worn 
fours borrowed fraa the 
•f Wtiks Mmaelf, and has 
a hot bath In H'Indaor ('a.^tlp. 
So It v»a.^ crittrelv nalurul that 
he should burnt out with, "thr 
Prince la a (rand fellow," whSA he 
told of the hoapltality shMBB Wbi 
by tha British heir, wh$m tbsy 
wans sMpinatas rsoMitly between 
8««i|i A l s H e a and EagUnd, and 
aftar their arrtval in this eoantry. 
JuiHd.i u siip ,)t ii man with coal 
I b.ai k rc.-,t i vfd and mahogany 

face, has coin,' i,, Kn^land to play 
In tile Brllisli open champiteshtp. 
He has been playing nrmtsnflr In 
l»«paraUoa. and the other dajr he 
and the Prinoe of Wales irere part- 
ners agahtet Lortl Kdnam and M.I no 
phurlo. who slso is an Ai^ent ne 

profr.s'.VMia! 

'"The I'niu p 18 the keenest. goUer 
I know." said Jurado. "Re snatches 
every oppertunlty. to latprove his 
tame, and I hafs feaadhtah a n- 
markahly apt pupU. If the PHnce 
had eafficleiit leisure hs would be> 
come oQt of ths vsrM's 
players. 

pRACTisis rAmrOLLr 

*v!!**^ ''■pre on 

mAAaaa. the Prince practised 
JWW'uUR apSlldlng three or four 
nooiB each di^ driving balls Into 
a net. During the voyage he per- 
fected his drive. He now haiuUas 
his clubs in a smooth effortless 
manner. And he can beat his 
brother, the Duke of York, formerly 
the champion of the Royal Plainlly. 

"Tht Prince was orerjoyed srtiea 
he and I defeated (be Duke of York 
and Jlmmle Braid, the British pro. 
^Jaod 1 at Walton Heath. The 
Pnnee' Jumped a bunker, danced a 
Jig on the eighteenth 
sanif an Argentine .song" 

A' 



I Prince, the Duke and DuehSBS of 
I York and Prinrr> o<»oi ri- 

■ Hut U;c !fi! ;. til l .-..ts ,j( my 
h!<' iH' cxrlrt ; ;i,t I ; » ii.s whCll I 

V ;Mt>Mi w inii' •) I Hp. I never 
iiii«,;;ii<Tt .such jna;jnUlcence BOd 

i K-Mu: . . i-sted. Why, tbers are MO 
, mollis In the castle. Gan you 

imagine ItT X am ooe or the few 
people ever co n d t Mtad (hvotiih 
Windsor OasUe by tNl Prince of 

Walp.s. He spokp runtinuou.siN m 
Spanish. His lun <if nu lan- 

Kiint^p i-> ! fiii.u k ioi.,ujprlng 
the short ume lie hiu> studied it. 

nmUDDUCB) TO QtnBN 
' "Ths Prlnee tattleduced me to his 
mother. The queen wb.s vpiv Ria- 

< loii.-: She ftsked if 1 f,M:;;il inp 

(Iiii ate ul ICngUnd agreeable, and 

ii Ul' o o n d H lo n a here affeeted my 

game 

"It is obvious how prekMi she Is 
of her eldest, son. 8hs smiled 



B'thih Raaa ^aup.;. _ 
nii;r and thraa-atxtasa4hsi 

Frl:;i»tlul . 
Baawkln . . 

Potfull 

Hoaaewood ... 
M.aa uarylaad 

LAvr'.a 

Faddy 

B<i Sandy ... 
Mother'a 
Vorpell 

J^rcine 

T-d Hi.gly 
Weather aloudjrl Uack good. 




foadli at his frequent Jokes, and re- 
martu^ dryly that she had heard 
more ibout the golf the Prince had 
played In South America than about 
his ether oocupatlon.s. if it were 
t>ot for what she read in the news- 
papers &he might conclude that he 
did nothing but play golf, tha ouasn ' wmdim 6n 

..Jd , Epidemic <d) 

' . The Whig 

When the queen bede me good- 
bye tlie Prince suggested a round 
of golf. I pointed out lhat 1 was 
not sulUbly dressed for gOU. And 
It was raining hard. 

**'Oh, that's nothing.' said the 
Prince. 'Come along with me ' 

"He to6k me to hi.s suite, opened 
a wardrobe, and told me to help 
myself I rhose a pair of dark blue 
plu.s-fours, grey golf socks. brown 
shoes, a thick woolsa pultoipsr aad 

A W1a.a ^^^^^^k . ^^^^^ 

a nraw ueiei. 



oavaoBiu. i^molts 

CHURCHnx DOWNS. May »-Reault., 
of horae ractaa here, today, fallow: 

Fir.t raco- Fiva farlaaaa: 
Kuvera iCheathaas) ...| SSS » « w » - no 

Chlean (Pinaerlit mou g i.t 

Brtvtat Maan «IMrrayi j •„ 

TIaM. I:M 4-1. Alaa ran: l*<jj eup- r n: 
tVI Olxl. ICogter Maid. 

Sroonrt race Five furlongg. 
Boiiibonite «Manay> ..| 4.40 I a.SO I 3*0 
Pru:r, Maaaa (MaAliai ... M.oe sea 

Mueiil I Pool! ... ]M 

TUne, i:et 3-t. Alaa raa: Baa 'atakiaa. 

Polyp, Invldloaa. Fair BUlawo. 

Third rare Ptve faftoaSS: 
Indian im.ic.- irarragl ISS.SS tlO.OS I l.oe 

Elkhart <Meyerii 400 so4 

XifA Malaara (Flnaertyi 1 oa 

Jtlma. I:«B 4-t. Alaa ran. Qolden rule. 
Ohero HUt Fan Aiaea. Oaaat Aaa. Piet- 
•eer. Olyafearat. Al 4. Baratahad: Mlaa 
Byrd. Darur. Dwranvo. Friaaa Ratbart. Dig 
uri. MaaUr McOee. Rita gaa. Captain 

Fourth raaa^-Mlla and one-»lxteenih 
Uaht aOat (AUani . . 1 t 00 t 3 en t i SO 

Aldria fJaiaaa) 340 330 

Adalar T iMcHushi 

Time, I so I S. Alaa raa: JaSsa Landara. 
Farr. The Duke 

Pirtli rare jjUa aad aoe aUteciui, 

( hum <acbultel 0.00 t I aa t 3.S0 

Low oaar <naahac>.j.. ... i.m a.40 

Big BttWaaaa (OaiMlty. ^ too 

Time. I 4t. Alao ran- Roy. Dvnaiara 
s xiu race -uUa and ooa-autaaath- 

Empire <Uaton> tlSJS • ^44 I 3 40 

St.- Prcato (Tinker) a.4S 3 so 

Ridtavlaw iCorbalti 1 aa 

TtBM. l:ae 4-4. Alaa raa: miisUi. Vp- 
awaaw. SaraUhad: Blyal«ai. 
Seventh race-Mile aad aaa-alstaanth; 

Mliirr Pif iColvlni I S.OS I 1.00 I 3.00 

Cllpsrtta ijamagi a qq 340 

Ann Oiay «8ehutte) , . . . 340 
Time. 1:44 t-S. Algo ran: Madelon, Spud 
Bcraichad: Taek. SplUever. | 



Bixih 

."ariaasa: 
Ja n Lantta 

Mora 

FUiaar 



AB Rail 

Aglncourt 

p.ii rac# our.y^er 
one atUa abd ont-eiahih 



MeCraun 

rater 

Aarlaa .......... 

-JH! r«n 

Tap Mattla 

Toaamy 

On the Air 
Beu'li'and ftl| 

Cuddle 

Uoltaira 

V.rirtlOl , 

I'ralia 

A - ro» 
Rail Cm Down . 
M.j. Lee 

Uodgaon 

Jril O Mull 
Bobby Poarra 
Aimea Uoldamith . 
Waalhac alaady: 



113 
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111 
Ul 

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M7 



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114 
114 
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144 
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144 
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144 

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t44 



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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
BON OS SEU, SLOWLY 

LONDON. May aa (OP),— A poor 
rceeptlen has been given to the 
Oovemment of India's t&0.000,000 
loan Issued at 180. redeemable in 
IMS and 1S34, and bearing S per 
cent liitrrest. The underwriters 
ha^e been lelt with 02 per cent of 
the is.sue and dealings on the stock 
exchange are expected to start at 
half of 1 per cent dlseoimt. Ths 
»oQds are now at dlsooant of tbns- 
elff hths of I per cent. « 



First raca— Two-yca^oldg: five furlong « 

1 1 .s 



Beauty Brida .... 
Bwe'p Slral (a) . 

Lohl (fi 

Paris Bound .... 

K. RuggcU 

! Baraghkova 

Roaa W rd> 

Flylne Home . . . 
Monk a FoK (ft . 
BmUlac Maan ta) 

DIf Dat 

Second racf 
aix and onr-haif tarioasa; 
Diamood Qlcw 
rtylas ral ..: 
Oar Maa 



•aaaaaaa 



aaaaaodaaa 



A mouse chanced on a pool of 
whisky that was ths nsutt ot a raid 
by prsH^ttUen enfloreement agents. 
The moiise had had no prevlou.s 
aoquamtance with liquor but now. 
being thirsty, it took a .Mp of the 
itrange fluid, nnd then retired into 
j its hole to think After aome 
! thought, it returned to the p(x>l, 
and took a second sip of the whisky. 
Ill ' It then witlidrew again to Its Mole 
and thought Prseently n ksued 
snd drew near the pool for tbs 
third time. Now. It took a big 
drink. Nor did it retreat to its hole 
Instead, it climbed on a soap box, 
stood on its hind ir^s, brMkid Its 
whiskers and squealied: 
"How, bring on your cat!" 



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the end of this match. Jurado I They are grMt*1r!eS 
sam with pride, he had tea with the Joveiy Jlttft m**^^ 



"Out Into the wind and rain we j^twh\ 
went, and the Prlnee was not con- swtar Kias 
tent until we had had two hours s*"^ 
prsctlee on the King s private ?X 
eourss. Ve returned to the castle oibbyg choica 

drenched to the .skin lT"*** ■ 

^1 had a hot bath in the castle, lie* c^:" 

Then 1 had tea with the Prince and foi boh 

the little Prlnet ^ Elizabeth, 

" 'Uncle David.' was the name ahe 
used when she addrsssad the Prince. 

She is a 



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a e a a a a a 



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witch Way .... 

Dalao 04I 

Sonlaa Fal 

Belle of Bourbon 
Aerlc 



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Turnips, gack 

Laeal Carrota 

Loeal Paralgy 

rotaiaaa. MainlaaS 
OhUiiwaek Potalaaa .... 

Loeal PoUtoas 

Aaberaft Ratud OiaM . 
Laeal Otiouabara 
OkaM 
Local 

Tama 

Agparaiu* 

Pea* , 

Rhubarb 

Spinach 

New Potatoes 

Far lb 

Local Letiuoe. daacn 

Cabbaaa „ 

Tomatoaa. Na. A ... 
Na. 3 



'3 35 

3 .3S ;o 2 so 



I.Sb 

1.09 

.... 1.31 to I SO 

I IS 

... .to to 3.IS0 

a. 71 

p.......«.a..a%....««, S.SS 

Ik son 



13 

.. .03'. 
. . .04 
. . 6 00 
.. .06',, 
to 1.00 
ta .S4<a 

a44 

asoadasaaae 4a00 

Dasacrls 4.00 

Bunch Carrot «.h 

4.44 U »J4 



.10 to 



.41 
B'k 



MAyfiLIKtgLED 



Kneeaniginr Reports Givea at An- 

M'-flinc of Pioneer 
at Vancoaver 



VANOOUVIR. May 38.- when 
the new a4IN-foot shaft is complet- 
ed If the vein is shown to continue 
ss good as at the 1,000- foot level, 
the present reserves would be 
trebled. Col. Victor Spencer, presi- 
dent, told share hoklrrs at ilie an- 
nual general meeting of Pioneer 
OoM Mines of BjC,. Ud., yeeterday. 

OqL flpenosr iraa reflected presi- 
dent snd Alfrsd ft Bun viee-pivsl- 
dent sno sec re tary -treasurer. iJavld 
Sloan was reappointed managing 
director. The following directors 
were re-elected Mrs Helen A. 
Wallbridgc, Hnc (;-n j Duff 
Stuart, Dr. K B Uouchcr. 1)t 
Prancus J. Nicholson and Dr. An- 
drew R. Thomson, all at Vancouver. 
At a meeting of the board following 
the shaifbolderB' aseetlng all of* 
floors wate reelected. 

In his remarks to the .tharrhold- 
ers Col. Spencer said the company 
had a very .<;uccer.sful ypar The de- 
velopment during the twelve months 
enables Uie company to now t*ke 
lU place among the regular gold 
prodtioers of Oanada. 

DESCRIBES RESERVES 
Reviewing the ore reserves of the 
minr, the pre.sldent stated that dur- 
ing ttir pa.vt year a gold reserve of 
44.500.000 ii.Ts been sho'itn to exist 
between the SCO and l,000*loot 
levels on a i.soo-foot aeetloh only of 
the property. When the new 14»0- 
foot shaft Is eempMed. If the vain 
Is shssm to continue as good as at 
the lg6M«foot level the present re- 
serves would be trebled 



<By General Newa Bureau. Chleaso) 
AURORA. May 32 ~ Regulu af boraa 
racing here, today, follow 
Flret race— Six furlanag: 
Amarlcaa Thtiadar 

(Dlekeyl | i.M , «„ , ,^ 

BiRck Beetle ijoneai lo.OO 0.00 

Fortunate Mtnn lOrosgi 4^00 

Time, 1:14 1-6. Alao ran Highway. Prank 
Ltchb ritaa. Darathy Mac. Thunder Call, 
Old Klokapaok Privately. Scratched: Merld- 
taneic. Purple Ucht. kttflaal Prtiai. Mu- 

mancla. 

Second raea— a!x farlaws: 
Thea Beth (Rlakaidal.t 440 t 1 to 1 210 

Chaater (Ctefft 10 oo SCO 

naiUaa (tasauasi 4 00 

TIaaa. 1114 1-4. Alio ran: Pay Hamilton. 
Radio Bervlca. John R , Hosaa'a Dance. 
Sath'a Cempanlofi. Taka OS. JtSI Rin 
Scrritched Maraaret Parker, nivarlto H ' 
Olbbons. 

Third race— Six (urlonaa: 'i 

Bllxtra (BaMal 114.04 t 0.14 t 4.44 

Utttc BlTart rLydngi a.oo 4 00! 

Lu'ky Carter I RIahardi) 140 < 

T.mr 1 14 Aka ran: TrycobeL Chub, ! 
Dandy Dan. Maximum. Tea Oreaa, Para | 
Noel. By an Inch. Norlaa. Brralchad: BSl- ' 
thagar, Dtek Chevely, Our Doelar. ! 

Fourth raaa— nra farlaasa: • 

Julie <Laldlay> ItS.aS 114.00 I 1.00 

tlalon Bruce iWet.om . ... 4 00 3 ttf\ 
Cousin Judy iLeylandi ... 2 go 

Time. I 01 3-s Also ran Wild Hour. 
Vox Pop. Benefit. Baaaar Lady. Oaaaral 
Ormoht. Our Prlncegg, Eaco Star. 

Ftfui raaa-Pive aad aaa-balf farlaosa: I 
No Make fCuaainshaaii | a.S4 I 4.as I l.oo I 
Fortmantaau iCImaraki ... i.oo 3 00 
Oold Step (Ocvlng g) j jo ' 

Time, 1:00 l-J. Alto ran: Watch On. i 
mnc Cherokee Scratched: While Away. * 

Sixth race Mile and atvanty yarda: I 
Rlue Cloud < Ley laad).. 114144 I 144 | I 40 I 

Chfhalli. il*wlg» 0.M 1.00; 

Wol.'y iRIchardai 1.00 I 

TImr. 1 4S 4-5 AIu) ran: Elmer M . 
Water Fort. Lady MeVienger. Sam Cole, ' 
Yaai Toy, Waasarlng Minstrel, igoard 1 
Seratched: lIonMwood. Swoop, Dae John 
I Wander. White Hoops. 

Seventh ro^r Mile and seventy yards 
Maatfr Ane 'C'nthaa; .||«.0S 4 COO I 4 00 

Red 8plder<Oroag) ., gso 5 00 

Cailino (Raters) | 00 I 

Tlaa. 1:44. Alaa ran: Sir John K.. MM j 
Roar, WUUas. Laarir, Baraaa. FWaoiNa, ' 
■aaasMl. Msadar. aahaae Oaelk aaratah- 1 
ad: mam aisoklBsa. Olaaiy. MSaay Beth. I 



' f^' 

R-d Spider , 

Jennifer 

j Harold Ormont 

Sixth Race Threc-yaar-aMa 
nne mile and aavaaty yarda: 

Tea Or?en 

Chilly FJItht 

Rare Charm 

Blue Qoad 

Behave Casli 
Sun Roman 
Heaan's Danoa 

PameU Bey 

Banulator 

Baptlata 

Bevanth Ra c e Po a r -yaar atda 

one mile and 

Vole 

I Wonder . . . 
Jaaaranda . . . 
Prinea TH TU 
tfaunaoln . . i 

Bweop 

CabUdo 

Lancer 

My No 

Rerrodaaa ... 
coppae Baa .. 
Fria 



Threa-year-olda aad upi ane 



teaaoaa^aaoa 
aaaoaoaoaoa 



up: 



........ 



Third race- 
mlla: 

Qalver 

Ohese 

Flyias Oharokao 

In Raate 

Fklr Roaallnd 

St. Jim 

Oald Rush 

KaUdi 

Paartb raca— "rhrae-year-oldg 
fl«a -flailoasa: 

Prlaaa BarSart, 

riaaaor'a Obaiea 

n-;eratleB Lady 

a:lven 

Our Orlef 

MalltMc Girl 

Unencumbered s.*. 
Little Cousin .,, 

Newburcher 

Oh Dave 

Hying 

Memorandum . . . 

Captain T 

Fifth 
three- yeay 04iS ai 
quarter: 

Dixie Lad 

Jimmy Maraa fl 

Playtime 

Mike Hall 

Barvello (ki 
OaUant Kntsht 
Royal Mllaa . . 
t«#y B r taSaaH 



lU 
114 
las 

111 
isa 

lao 

io« 

I OS 
lOi 
IIS 

111 
100 

113 
111 
101 
100 
100 
100 
113 



Kufii. 3o$^ HE 60 P 
tM HiPB lb to H£ 
But ; SffC 

PA5 "^o's A(M* MoBoPY 
S£t H/v\ wiP 
Ht hooTS ON HE 

✓ 



and 



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e aoSoaaofbaaooe 



e«aaeese*aaaaas«aea 




:Cafyrigbt. Itli. by Tba Bail SiaSlioi^, t«s 



ENTRIFK 

aaa»--CMIaBln«. threc.ygar aids 
five and oaa-half Atrtaass. 



First 
and up, 
Orealeg IT 
Running Olrl 
Paul Revere 
South Park ... 

Aviaala 

Orlar of Spate . 

Tempg D'AaMur 

BhOAhena 

Radiance 

Gold Binnar . . . 
Dr. Bidenoop g . 

Easier Bay 

MarghaN Bath . 
Boyish Bob 
Old Mrrk . 
Fox Belt 

Deck uaaa 

Wolfy 

SMood Raea— Olataalaa. ihiaa ye 
and up. five aad aaa-balf tartoaso. 

Th» Dipper 

IJusky Boy , 

Surbora 



aaaaaaasaSaeaaasaae 



etaalay 

Sanlonci 



nlonca 

Pink Bloaaom 

Dick Price 

Wander Lou 

Alaaaae 

My Coatpaeiaa .. 
R K Girl 
j Frincesa Ha»kli^ 

As there Ls ore on all faces of the War Mympn 
lower levri.s, both east and treat, at 
the present Ume. It ts but reason- 
able to anticipate that en the two 
miles the property eateiuto the ore 
body win eventually be ahown to 
be of aMMb grsaler length than the 
UN feet It is the general 
of gcologisU tbat tM ore 
goes to great depth. 

Mr Bull. vice-president. an- 
nounced that the directors had 
completed arrangements for the 
purchase from the Corenatlon Oon- 
solldated Mlntag Oa, Ltd.. the 
"Comtleaa'' ailiBSiai daiti lytng Mt- 
e( 



Coy 

Mlalael 

Porelan Bat 
trrltatlan 
La Fiesta . 

Third nasi 
forlanaa: 
Meridlaaaaa 
MaadaMa . 
PUai 



Doeatby 



■Tbtaa-yeay-dise aas vt ax 



Blaid Lova 

JIai Ormont 

Bate F!re 

Fourth Race— Tbraa-yaarx 
atx failonca 



BIO MlftOn PLANNCD 



LONDON. May 22 iapi .six of 
Lancashire's moat tmportnnt manu- 
facturers of textile ma'-hinery, 
■> hfis^ t/)tal capital excefd^ Mfi .soo,- > 
000. are oonstdertng a mergtr. An 
accountant IM prepared the terass 
for tlw pm opi SBUgeaietteB for 



Burning Up 
Cattle Frinea 
tittle Gyp .. 
Lahor 'ki 
Inaaween 
Maya <c< 
Na More <«• . 
Blaor . 



101 



ftflh aaea Th t ea eear- 
aad atvaaty yarSi: 
Thasnaa 
Tang ram 

ir« 
lan 

^vaialy 



Ut the ClassiM Ads 
Find You a Sunnir's 

Pleasure 



You have often loofad for a powae boat, en- 
wying others the thrill of this king of sports 
... Nowr, listed in our Classified Section. 
No. 70, you will find the very boat you are 
•aarehtef far . . . 4apandabl«, gniart anil 
^thin your prlet . amonf tlw mmtf batftlna 
in the "Boats and LaimciMB'' 
appeara dai|]r. 



A Summer Home 1$ Waitiog You . a ^ 

In Claaaifiad toetion Now f 1 win And 

very cotUf a or homaaita ta mH fou. TiMt 

offers come through sgents snd privsts ifl- 
flividuals, reaching you at the time when your 
.t ttiind is tunad to t|>a tbought of a hoUdsy by 

, , Ilka or l aa s i d a. 

No Natter What You Want the Colonist 
Ads Have It Listed 



Mi Giloiist 

Department 
Phone 1^4X14 or k4llB 



•o • a • «••• 



Mr 



THE DAILV COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. sATL KDAV, .M.W JJ. 1931 



It 




IT- 



POP 




Nowadays a Lost Kiss Is Nothing to Gel Excited About 



NEVtR MIMD, PHOEBeJ THERE'LL 
e>E ANOTHtR ONE ALQNG SOON. 




T1LLI£ TH£ TOILER 



ACaUforHelp 



By Westower 




1 



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' '"Vi eye" 

"To -^Et 




Mac lx^m't 
voo MM/9 




PETE'S v^AKl 

j 1' . 

TO COMB ft/VCK.,/ lAfTSnS. BlCMI 

>AMCLVA Z \ I - 

— ' J ^ J KivGMTV KHGK 




POLLY AND HJ&R PALS 



A R0flection on Fa 



By CJuLii iitorrett 



1^ 

' 4 




D1XI£ DUGAN 



Strike Up the Bandl 



By J. P. McEvoy and J. U. Striebel 



-DIXIE — I TVnnK 
"THRT WAS R FRLSt 

iTj wofyK i.»t \<i I've. 




HERE PPF TWF 

9h nc p s e,otiV 



vou CRft r ^ 
THLL— He 

HRV/F THUFry 
Ont- OF THOSE 
Ant: RiCRIt 

rtnnf — JUST 

UUT LOTS OF 
TFW<& FREMCH 

nnnes TO ec 





Everyday Conveniences— Oolf 



- * By C. M. Payne 




THE TMKmvltLE TTftdtlTltf tRAt ME6t» ALVTME TfTAlMS- 




r 



Hfe <4LWAy3 vacuus 
UJM^ l.^o»tic >A"r ^ 




Toss (T , 



Wop ftihS 



^ ''ftfl WATCH/NX? 




CO«l» IN, Wl*t¥, 
FRONT LAWN. 

wr ■ 



IN r n 
WHi»TLIN6 or 

vattvitt 



fttf»M(> OUT 

w*tN i^6y not 

TO CROCi I.AMN 



UTV/UMI TO 
lM»*|0\fcTtCV 




ANt> llU*Ht» 
OUT TO «M0* 

BOOT 

f RONT LAWN 



Nllkl PO«lt 



10 

19 1$ 




THE DOHCAJtTOONltT. bV dioftOK bIll 



■I when the wind stopped. He 
for • tornado Mid wm UMWcrtd Iff m monsoon. HU y»cht Ulted m 
ho rouldn't prorrM tr)ward Khorr. Then he u*ed the boat M an aqua- 
plane. Thp doctor sayi he needs to apMid only two tnore months in m 
. . . < Kindly dr»w amigbt fkom b o lw w n ttit numbanJ 



to a . 

fl( IM to lit depwi FJ 

. tho flnldi at ttUi 

peratur* for a p«1od d tknc? tn^ 
"dtsease ~ 





f^ow It 



"ORAUK A— PA.SILLilU.£I> 

tlMi tbo treahnant vhMli 




ba tlw 

for Impnvliit tho 
baert iW that It 

In 1870 Loull noltar WM Ktu<l> 
Inf the causes for mtaln forms of 
Itfe tiat gav* bad flavDra to wi«i<> 
snd b^^rs The bad fln 'r* which 



') ' rpuility of 
■;ii;'rr)vpd. 

the h^alliiR of Hqmir* U) 

them, to whir-Ji 'hr tfrm 

■•..■■< .'i/rttion wsii .inif to 

!,< Kfnerally prartirpd In Europe, 
iti.ri In Dennrnrk the proceas was 
•o 

that tba 



'■• ur-J 




One of the four nun.% rrmslntng j cenlly rt^trhrated hsr 100th birth- | Intemstlonal air mail service ha* 
In the Convent of Saint Margaret day and hrr Olgll^fHiM JOOT hklbern Inatiiraraled between Cuba and hr 'ailf-d "diseases," 



batter. 

M'>/R 'otaii that r 

'hU w»» e:.vi»n to cahres prf 
rteofnlsed as a n«< eassry aafoguard 



f- 



ao 



TilE DAILV COLONISI', VlCiUKIA. B.C. S.\TtKI>.\V. MAY .M 




SCHOOL pypiLS 

IN BMPUY 

Mm Conotrt by Over 1,000 
StudenU 9f VioMa Pub- 
lic Sohoolt Soon" 

Ob JUM lO; fti 3 ociock, al the 
Royal AUilttk nut. non ttmn tjaoo \ 

puplU, represenllng the public 
cdiOOla 0< Vktwla. will pftmUe be- 
fot« l*r«n1«r ■. P. Total* in an 

0;jen :mv .»!pbia!:ori Thr afTalr 
is In Uic i'( thr ccMtral com- 

arllter ■ math iVu-uma 

8ch(v>Ui ('.nil-' ru»t;aU<)ii, and will 
bp iakfii p,(:t in by 600 phyMCHl «'d- 
Ucatlon cadeU, 250 Ulrl Uuldes. niiy 
Victorl* Hlch School gymnajiU. IM 
iMUnu, fl(tf MVftl cadeU. 

"fhi* 'W^iufl Bftntf. under the 
direction of Al Presrolt. and the 
tend of the 5th Brigade (C.F A ^ 
conducted by Chaile.s Ralne. with 
the band of the 388th BattaUon, lui- 
der O. H E. Oreene. will play the ] 
March Past aiKl other «electlon.<i ' 
during the performance. 

About twvlw Xolk dWlMs wUl be 
vttDflated. each to be fflven in na- 
tive rf"".'!i»' 

Ci. WaildiJUfton. Mipcivkior ol 
iniulc for the Victoria schools, will 
conduct the whole gathering In 
•inftaf "O OuMda" am 'tied Save 
the Kbig." 

The dlaplay is expecu-i • , be our 
of the most colorful and plciuresque 
of Its nature ever preaentfd in the 
city. Invltatlona have been aent to i 
chte and aaaodations of Vletorla to 
atfca d. and the eentral oonunittet 
takaa thli oMortunltgr of tavlUng 
tlw oltlMM «rVMorto t9 bo p«Mnt 



DLAIll CLAIMS 
mm JOYCE 



pioneer of Vancoaver'i Eaitar ftajri ' 
In We NlneMoth Veer 
•I Pert 



MMtT COQUITLAM. MAy 23 
lOf)— Death today removed 
another from the ranks of pioneers 
or Vancouver's early days In the 
peiMo of Abraham Joype. was 
in Ma ninetieth year. He h sur- 
VtVid by his wife 

BIT. Joyce cmigialcd from Eng- 
land la the early elghtie.s and, 
after three yrar-, •pfiil farming In ' 
Ontario, he (,t\'«- west h.s con- 
tractor to the C P H . obtaining a 
contract for laying of steel brlwem 
Port Itfoody and Vancouver. He 
also cleared the Granville Street 
rlgbWof -way tnm what la now t|w 
Bom tbnooater to Ailse Creek. 

He later took np land In Colllng- 
wood. where hl.s name .snrvlve.s In 
Joyce Road, building the flr.sl school 
in that district and serving for a 
number of years as school trustee. 
He came to Port CoqulUam just 
prior to the boom period and bas 
lived here ever since. 

Pumral aervloes will bo oooducted 
on Saturday, and IntenMBfe wUl be 
In Praser rrmetery. 




LImc Is Wortli Much to Vour Body 
Nearly every day you a reading 
' about llmc and of Its n.'^ci In the 
body. Aa students, all lime meant 
to us was that It was needed to 
help form the bones and the tooti). 
that equal parU of Urn* vntor and 
Uneeed oil. called earron oil. was 
iMful in bums, and that ehlerl- 
nwlod Uma (often called chloride of 
Itano) waa nsod aa a disinfectant In 
sick roona. ceee iiuu l i and ao 
forth. 

But today we find Ume or calcium 
used \n the body for many pur- 
iw.se.s. owing to thr fnri that lime 
U neces.iary to p.ll tlie ti.r.nrs of the 
body besldr', ihr bones and teeth. 
II. I nordrd m the formation of 
■ '■1 imcrs, fermcnU'i, or secre- 
tion;, of the glands, the tbyrotd 
gland in the neck, as an example, 
and it is n e eded for growth and 
reiMOr of tHa ttaaea. Ton can thus 
iiiiwaalaili %liy calcium or Ume is 
now Mot uaed more than in for- 
mer times, as research men have 
first tried out its effects upon anl- 
nial.s. and later, on mfn 

One of (he outstanding use.s Is 
Ihlckrinng or helpmp: tlie Wood to 
I lot more rrtptdly In "bleeders" or 
< tiKi., where Uie ".stlclclne.ss" of the 
blQod is less than it should be. Thus 
It helps to stop bleomt troa the 
lungs or stomach. 

It haa boon found that Ume In- 
MMMM nnwmlar action and this 
M to tts uaa in weak hearts. Ume 
strengthens the beat and alowa 
. down a rapid heart 

This same action cn ihr mu.srie.s 
was found also to stimulate the 
muscle coat.s of the stomach thus 
enabllna the s'omach to mix It"? 
Juice with the food t)ettrr and also 
to empty its contents Intn the .small 
Inteisfliies in a slwrter time 

A headache Ju.'^t above the tem- 
ples which 1.S most severe at waklnf 
' and seems to get better during the 
day. U thought to bo *M to the 
lack of 'rstleklneaa'* In the blood, 
ani Umo haa bo«n found to greatly 
liw tbaii cftaia. 

Iftr florwte^ akin conditions— 
MHt tolls and offensive perspira- 
tlMl — Ihne has proven of great help 

Thf form In which Ume U moatly 
n.>e(t now Is the lactate, a.s chloride 
Is difficult to talte and has to be 
well aiUited in syrup. For heart 
rases, however. tiM eblorlda la gen- 
erally used. 

It is certainly Interesting to ace 

lhat tills coounon erenday aub- 
itanoe la worth ao aiMh. tm that 
body of 



Snbmaring Inspected 

NKW LONDON. OOOO^ May 32 
(AP).-«lr OaecfO «lb«t Wllkins 
today laapaelod the submarine 

WauflJua. aboaid which '■■r i i,, 

ircUc «>xpedlUOn. In p; 

ler departure, u ,r i<.r] . vn 
Saturday Tlie lent^.i ■^'ihtnarinr 
ame here rrcentlv iw < >mmand 

to 



New Summer Goods at Spencer Low Prices 



Lagt Shopping Day Before 




Ladies' Scarves 

BumttMt f^iid . 



>e New Aaeot Tie* in an ntw colorings 
aiwl patterns ..~....9t4W 

Crepe de Chine and Georgette 
^afvcs. Plain colors or si- < ii 

'""-.Irrs fl.OW 

I i;^urcU <jcuiycile Scarves. \ arious Uc:»ign8 oii dark 

OtifUnL Sca^res. Light weight^ pretty patterns......92.50 



T 



IftOO Pairs of 



Women's Silk Hosiery 

Regular I1J9 EZf%^ 
A Pair wUC 

Ture Thread Silk Hose with seini-fashioncd lr^,'s an-l 
seamless feet. . In shades, of patio, d^teau, sugar cane, 
bearskin, aomiu and black. Sisei Byi to ta 

• —Mala naor 



S^Pairaof 

Full- Fa s h ioned 



oilk Muse 



Bagular |1.50 and $1.M 
A Pair » 



$1.00 



riill-FasIiioncd Silk I lose with sicndo heels and widened 
lienimed tops. In shades of Sahara, harmony. .Nrah. luno. 
symphony, nomad, illusion, rose taupe, cascade, black and 
\vhitc Sizes tcT iOyH , ' ■ 

— MaUi near 



Children 
Hosiery 

Half and Three-Quarter Styles 

"I'.oniiic 'I'ot" Ifose. silk fiinMi. rein 
forced inside with lisle. Narrowed 
unklcs and neat turn-down cuffs. All 
sliadci ^ 

Half length. Sizes 4 to 8/2. 

I'er pair „ 

'I'hree-quarter length. Si^es 6 to 10. 
Per pair « 




39c 
49c 



— iraUi naor 



Oirls^ Skirts and 
Blouses 

\ At ipdacar Lew Pricas 

50 Only. Skirts of plain twccd or fleck mixtures. Pidated 
on yoke, flared or with kick pleats. In blue, navy arcen 
brown, scarlet and Wxe. Si*es 8 to 16 years. Each 'ilM 
and n.95 

.V, Only Girls' Sleeveless Spun Silk P.loiiscs with frilled or 
slurred fronts. In white. Nile or yellow. Sixes 32 to 34. 

KaCh _ m-f OK 

«..«~... ^A*VD 

s's Wear* lal 



Holiday Millinery 

At Spancar Low Pricaa 




55 Trimmed Hd<s with smart and dig- 
nified lines for -matrons. Light in 

weight, with brims that offer a little 
.shade. Colors iiu liidc sand, brown, 
blue, green and black. Values to $7.95 
lor ' • 



$4.35 * 



48 Dainty Muh.Tir Triiunicil Ilaf^. \'cr\ cliic an<l becom- 
ing. In pink, yellow, white, blue and green. Values to 
16.95 for 

" $3.95 

(X) l.inen Hat-. Ideal /or incnics. tennis, j^ulf. etc. In 
white, blue, green, pin' 1 r'- , Good brims, liach 

$1.50 

«4 Panamas and White Milan Sports Hats. Smartly 
banded, and shown in a great variety of styles and fittings. 
Each * 

$2.95.„u$3.35 

.M) N<.\elly Hats of stitched and enii>roi«lered crepes. No 
duplicates, in white, pastels 1 laids. Each 



$6.86 



-mmmnr. M neet 



Spacial 0«ar ^ 

-.^^ $1.50 



14 00 Value 

for 



Here is wliat you gel- 
Ambrosia Pore Deep Liquid C leanser. $1.00; 
\iiiKr,,sia Tightener aiul Skin Tonic. $1.00; ' 
.\mbrosia Cream Skin Nonrisber $1 00; 

^*2Jf°*J? ^**"ty I^ook ol Special Directioiis for 
Skk Trcataoit. fIjOa 

All four may beVrcha^ for f 1.50 




Smart Overbhuses 



t or HoUday Wtar 



Of spun silk. Tailored or frilly-front Ctylt^^h or wllll- 

out collars and sleeveless. Each ^ 

Sleeveless Blouses of flat crepe^, frilled or'pliin fronts. 
Also Novelty Bloiisettes of Roman stripe silk. Each 



$1.96 
$2.95 



.lit 



Knitted Jumpers^ $2,95 

"V" neck and long sleeves. 



ayon silk, jacquard pattern. 
A choice of shades. \ 



— a«*aieri, lu rtoor 



Women's and Misses' Sport Skirts 

Skirt? of crepe and fine serges, with fitted hip bands. Plain or pleated. lUuc 
brown, yellow, maroon, green. Size) 14 to 20 .f2.W 



500 Fairs ot Perrins'' 
French Kid Gloves 



Vah m Id $3.50 - — — 

'Manufacturer's samples at this bargain price. .Fine quality skins. Fancy 
cuflf designs. Piqttc or oversewn seams. Sizes 5^ to 6^. A pair. fl. 95 



Shoes for Holiday Wear 

W omen s Colored and W hite Kid Pumps and Ties " ' 

variety of up-to-date styles. .\ pair ^o.i>o 

Girls' Sports Oxfords and Straps, in cream elk or pearl elk. 
Leather or rubber soles. Sizes 8 to 2. Regular .$2 9' ^ 

a pair _ 81. y5 

Children's Fleet-Foot Sandals in brown, •wtlte or^^a^^ 
Ml sizes up to 2. A pair...^ — : ^ .., 75^ 

W omen s and Girls' Tennia Oxfords' iq white, brown or 
black. A pair 9I.OO 



Special 

at 



Sutiback 
Stvimming 
SuiU 

$2.25 



Women's Oxfords and .Straps with trimming. Sunt;. 

white. Low heels. Pair ■las 



W rner-.'s W bite Tennis Oxfords with red, blue or green 
trimining. A pair ^1.36 



Boys' Laced-^o-Toc Poots, Fleet- Foot, with ankle pads. 
Heavily reinforced. In brown, white and suntan Pair 
f 1.40, yi.ag and _ , 85^' 



Boys' Fleet-Foot Laced-to-Toe Oxfords with reinforced 
toes. Brown. Special, pair „ fl.OO 



Men's Fleet-Foot Tennis Oxfords. White or brown. At a 

pair ^1.39 

Women's and Children's Rubber Bathing Sandals. AU c ' 

New.de8igns. Pair. 60f , 5Sf and 50^ 

Men's IMack Calf Dress Oxfords in smart shapes and sUnd- 
ard^atyle. |^air f3.9S 



90 I'airs (,f ^^cn's Invictus and Strider Oxfords. Blacks 
andtans. Broken sizes. Values up to $8.50. A pair, |^.95 



Men s Cushion-Sole Booto. Soft black kkl on vride last \ 

Sa>r .•. f4.0.% 
len a Strong Boots of black box kip. Pair. .. fziss 1 

# -aassaia pgkww. Umm Mala Hear I 



Pure Wool Rib Stitch 
P»athing Suits in sun- 
back style. Colors in- 
clude surf green, powder, 
red, orange and black. 

—Wl^ H s^eat. m Meor 

I ■« — 

Women?g 

Smocks 

Of Broadcloth ar 
Cretonne 

Princess Smocks of plain- 
color broadcloth. In rose, 
careen. I)lue and mauve. 
Sizes 34 to 42. Pricetl at. 
each .'. 91.95 

Cretonne S m u c k s in 
smart princess style. 
Ciood patterns, inrltiding 
the |)opular black back- 
ground with ■ cok>rful 
fl.n;.l desi;^ns. Sizes 3^ 
to 44. Each fSJtO 



Young Men's Two- 
Piece Golt Suits 

$16.95 

(»olt Suits tailored fmni all-wool twccd.s. Herringbones, 
browns, ^icy> and fancy patterns. Half belter 
Sizes 34 to 42. Kacii , $ltt.85 



$25.00 Values 
for 



15U AlEN'S SUITS 

$25.00 



Regular $40.00 Value 

for 



English Worsteds and Wool Twrcd Suits tailorea in the 

season's newest styles for > oun^ nu n. Also conservative 
styles. Dines, greys, liairltnc. pencil stripes and fan. v 
weaves. Sizes 34 to 44 ^25.00 




SpPciai Purchase ot 260 Fairs of 
\ uuns MciLs Corduroy f\irUs 

Regular $4.50 for, * "7 r" 

9^. 75 

Very Smart Sport.s i'aiils with i)lain belt loops or Toreador top. N'ewc.st 

styles. 22-inch bottoms. Shades blue, grey, slate, cream. Sizes . 

A pair.:.... ^^5.75 



DAVID SPENCER 



I.I M IT KD 



Suitcases and 
Club Bags 

Suitcases, black or brown, hbre cov- 
ered wood frame; outside straps. 2() 

— :.......f4.oo 

Suitcases, black or brown, metal cor 
ners, leather straps; At 94.75 




6 Only, Leather Club Bags, walrus grain, double swi 
handles; black oi^ brown; 18-inch. Each f6.9 



Ladies' Suitcases of black patent leather. Pocket in lid 
BounA with Icatlier; 22-inch and 24-inch. According to 
aiaa at f6.76 and J^M 

".It I5u.\cs to match above c.i . 

And . A • ^ v> 




Ladies' Aeropaek Cases, fitted with 
latest improvements to \ 
dresses. Black or brow n 



Mala ngof 



MEN S SHOES 

Two Renowned Boou at New Lowajr Pricaa 

r. Locke's CushioivSole Boots; wide easy fit; 



D 

tine black kid with flexible welted solea. 



( ^ < 



$5.85 



Spencer's Police Boots. Stunly box calf boots, leather 
lined, fuU double soles and rut>bcr heels. '^Ut OC 
Now ! A pair „.„.. , ^ObOO 



Men's Sport Oxford^. Several styles of t 
or calf leathers. Rubber or composition 
soles. A pair..., 



$5.00 



a. 



For Boys' 
Holiday 
Wear 




Boys' and Youths' Broadcloth Shirts. 
Stripes knd plain shades; 12 to ' • 
neck 91.00 

Shirt Waists of plain and stripe broad- 
cloth. Sis^5tol2 y CATS. ■••••«*••••••••««•• ^I^^K^^ 

Boys' Outing Pants, blue or grey 
denims. Elastic waistband, fancv tritn 

24 to 34 waist .'f 1.75 

Boys' Corduroy l|Dng Pants, plain tops and wide bottoms. 

Gr^ys, 26 to 2B waUt Navy, sites 28 to 3B...: ^„.fl.T5 

Bovs' and Youtha' Two-Tone Corduroy Pants. Taikired 
to^t. Grey with navy tops and plain grey. Sizes 2'> \n 

33. A pair f 3.85 

Youths' "Wool Sweater, "V" neck style. Blue, green. 

brown and black. Sizes 36 to 40 f3.76 

Roys' Polo Jerseys. Sizes 22 to 33. Heathers an ' 1 1! 
Finest pure wool „ , ^1.05 



350 Fairs of Mens 
All- Wool 
.Qolf Hose 



Inijxjrtfd .Ml-Wool Hose, plain 
and heather shades, with fancy 
tops. All sizes. Regular $2.25 

for .,...#1.49 

linportrd Coif Ilosc in fancy dice |i;itterns. jdaiii ' . Ir^ 
and heather mixtures. -Ml sizes. Kegufar $4.50 for ^S^OS 




Picnic Supplies for 

the 24th 

f'ic Plates, all ^i/c^. I'rr dozen lo^ 

Wax Drinking; CufM*. per dozen ....Hlf 

Spoons or I'orks. 12 to a packet..^ 10^^ 

Table Xnpkins, ii) to a packet „.„.19^ 

Was l'ai)cr, ^j-Ib 

^ 11* ■ f ...... .40^ 

Cunvenient "Hang-Up ' Plkckagc of Wax Paper; 75 sheet 

?pacjteta ; 
or the tlilMren on the 24th. Eoglisli Wooden .Spades. 

15# an'l ^ ^ .^„_^ 25< 

Large Saqd Pails, with spade „ 15^ 

Sailing Boats, eaeh. 15^ to.- ^1.2.% 

Water Balls, strong : 40< and ..^ 69<^ 

I 

rflma to fm all caiaeras. We do yonr de^loping and 
prinCiiig. 



Ladies' Collar Sets 

ette, Net aad Lace Collars and Sets. 

0 ^^^l^j^^j ftfSd — - ----- — — r fi 



At 



8% 



Ladies' U4mseUes,9Sca^$ljn 



• If laun an4-fpeii aOk. Very diinty. 
and cokrs. 



1 



i 

I 



Different styles