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Vad^ver and Vicinity— Mc 'ermt* to fresh 
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ViCrOKU, BKiUbH COLUMIiiA, rLi!;^>DAV, MAY i% 1936 



EIGHTEEN PAGES 



WEALTH IN PROVINCE 

for Bntish Columbia It PrMhctod by Hon. Oorfe S. Peanon— P*te 2 



CUSTOMS. ACT ALTERED 

'^CMMdUn Wttert" DeftfRhffTiMhriiffilcLQi Sboieliilfr^eus LL' 



K UPSETS J N TOURNEY 

.«iid;Mbk3£ire Are Defeated in Optning Rounds of Boti«b<jolf^Page 12 



DUMDUM" BULLETS 
SUPPLe ONLY FOR 
' BIG GAMLHUNTING 



Rome Celebrates Fall of Addis Ababa 



NotoriouH 



Purveyor of Falwe Information At- 
tempted Fabrication of F^vidence Af!;ainHt the 
Brituh With Supplying Fthiopians With 
Ammuiiltlon Barred in Warfare 



LONDON. May 18 (CP-Havas). — A Urge quantity of 
British-made soft-nosed or "dumdum" bullets was shipped 
to Ethiopia before the Great War for big game hunting. 
Foreign Secretary Eden told the House. of Commoni today, m 
discussion of recently withdrawn Italian charges tfAt British 
manufacturer! wya ffupp^yiivg ^ ffHUiWtd IBMnunitiftn to 
Ethiopians. 

Ethiopian warriors who u&ed the 
buUeta for hinitliit nwy have em- 
ployed them later against the Ital- 
uiu. the Panifa aeeretaiy ad- 
mitted. 

Italy'* rharces wpr« bauvd on 
"fabrlrftVd rvidfiirp " obtninod from 
Colonel Pedro Lopez, a " notorlouR 
purveyor e( faUe information." 
■den told the Houm. Lopes was a 
Brltlnh »iib)<Tt of PolLsh origin. 

He declared Lopex presented a 
false letter of introduction from the 
Bank of Crypt to a British muni> 
tlona firm. paAcinK hlmsrif ott as an 
Sthloplan repr<v>entative. 

When Italy chargrd that the out- 
lawed oartridges had been supplied 
to the Ethiopians by Britiah menu- 
factwsN sbwe the epenlng of hoe- 
tUitlss. Bden said, an immediate 
tntiStlgatlnil was opened by British 
aothorltlea, and thr rr.milt.s w<'r<- 
tent to the L^a«iir of Nation* to 

CeaUnntd oo Pace X, Colaau 4 

m m IS NOT 

CONSTIiyTIONAL 



m TO BRING 
OUiLT HOME 

Alleged Tyrant of Northern 
Isle Under Probe of Sov- 
iet Prosecutors 




MIRTA WILL START CREDIT 
^ PAVMENTS ON PUBLIC WORKS 



Bolivia Ruled by 

Provisional Junta 
A» Retult af Coup 



I 



A PAZ. BoUTta.|iay 18 

—Provisional junta of sol- 
diers and Socialists ruled Bo- 
lim today aft»i^^ civilian 
c3ovemment of President Jose 
Luis Tejsda Sorzano fell in a 
peaceful military coup. The 
new council called War Hero 
Colonel David Toro bn< k from 
the Oran Chaco to becoinr 
Prettident. Colonel Ucrman 
BuBch, actiqf chief of the Bo- 
livian army general slafl. led 
ttM swift ; successful coup 
d«lii. ' 



This Picture Prom Rome of the Tumultous Celebration Which Followed the Announcemeivt That Addis 
Ababa Had Fatlsn, fheers Part of the Crowd Congregated in the- iqaare Chssfing the News of the 

' Italian victory. 



Guffey Act Swept Out 
Statute Books by U.S. 
Court 



of 



WASHINOTON. May la OP>.—|n . crimes 



MOeCOW. May«n (>P). — flevtet 
prosecutors sought tonight to trac f- 
four mysterious deaths of the f 

white Arctic desert to ;he niarhina- 
tlons of K. B. Semenchuk, "the 
tyrant of Wrangel Isle." 

Thp.se deaths, prosecutors In the 
Supreme Court murder trial of 
Semenchuk indicated, did not in- 
clude thoiw of a number of RskiniOis 
who were alleged Lo have starved to 
dcsth under the iron rule of ths 
petty polar Island dictator. 

ANOTHEB OBATir 

Tlie prosecutors have added th'* 
death (rf the wife of 8. P. Startseff 

.Semenchuk > avsixtant. tO those 
under investiRation. 

Both .Sememhuk. who ad- 
ministrator of the, Wrangel I&lard 
polar litalien in the Winter of 
1M4-1.S, and .'^tart.'.''ff ailffrfdly hw 
riifht-hnnd man during the Icy- 
lerrnr. aM aoswMl ef the alkfSd 




m 



Impressive 

English ClxurchyaYd as 
VictoYia Honors Sailor 



High Dignitaries Attend 
Planting of Arbutus Beside 
Vancouver's Grave 



• splH six-three decision, the 8u- 
premc Court today branded at. un- 
constitutional the Ouffiy Act. In- 
tended to regulate wages and hours 
and fix prices in the soft cool 
Indiutry, and swept it out of the 
stattite books as It did NRA and 



Word of the court's ruUng quickly 
was relayed to the White House. 

Bat !t drew jir> Inmiediaic .slaN'tiient 

fttan the President, who, less than 
a year ago. urged Congre ss to pau 



Startseff broke down under a re- 
lentless grlllthg at yesterday's ses- 
sion of the trial snd admitted Dr 

W. R Wullson an avowed opponent 
of Scmenchuk's dictatorship, was 
murdered. 

He asserted 
doctor was assassinated by the 
h y d roi og l.<;t . Va k u irnkOv under orders 
from Semenchuk. 

Vakulmko later cotonltted su!> 
clde. 

In addition to the deaths o: 



B.C. TREE TO SHADE _ 
NA\UQATOR'S GRAVE 



the law regardlcM of nny "renvoi;- i Vaku'.cnko. Mrs Sv-i t -ff nvi Dr. 



able" doubts It might have a.<i to U.s 
ooaaututlflnality. 

UNION HEADS RFTORT 

.Tohn L Ijewis. presid<^iit of th" 
United Mine Workers, hit bark .i' 
the court In a terse statement, he 
saM: 

. -"fi.;<l..»Tlsd rnmmentfry upon on • 
form of government when every 
declMon of the .Supreme Court .seems 
designed to fatten capital and starve 
and dastrey labor." 

Tile art, de.crlbed ss an effort 
to set up a little NRA" In the 
bltuniinnu.< coal uirtu.stry. Imposed a 
15 per cent tax on all operators. 90 
per osnt of which would be refunded 
If they abldod by prlcea. wages and 
hours of labor fixed In a code under 
gUpervlAlon of the . . i' - i Ls-sion. 
INVASION OF POWtRH* 

In hU decision. Justice Suther- 
land, speaking for the maiorlty. held 
thst the labor provisions of the law 
were an tefaaloii of state power.-; 
and an tanpreper delegation pf 
authority. While It did not rule nn 
the constitutionality of price flxlne 
It did hold thst It was Invalid be- 
cause it was inextricably related tO 
the remainder of the act. 



Vlct^a did honor In England 
ye.st< :f'M\ to ;hc mrniorv of Cipiain 
George Vancouver when an arbutus 
tree from the Lsland to which he 
gave his name in 1792 was planted 
.beside his grave In the ancient] 
however, that the 'churchv.ir-l at. P''t.T .ham near Rich- 
mond. The ceremony wa.-. p«rfornied 
by Rt. Hon Malcolm M.iodi>nald. 
Secretary of State for the Domin- 
ions, snd was attended by the Lord 
Mayor of London, accompanied by 
momi)cis of the rorjKirallon and the 
sherifT.s oi the mi tropolLs. the Mayor 
of Richmond and his coutKlUors. the 
Mayor of King's Lyhn. where Cap- 
t.iin Vancouver was bom: acting 
.\gent -General W, A. MeAdam and 
a largo c r o w d of interevo.i ;vcia- 
tors. Including many from British 
Columbia. 

' The _occa.sion was .ope. .that com- 
manded a great deal attention 

throughout Mr H' ..^h Isles, snd 

Centlnaed on Page S. Colana • 



Police Scientist Seeks Sttlittion lo 
MysteryShoeimg of Schoolboy 

VANCOUVER. May 18 <r.~ln his laboratory above 
police headquarters, Inspector J. F. C. B. Vance, of 
tiM Vancouver police bureau of science, was still 

working at a late hour tonight in an effort to clear up the 
mystery shooting oi {ifteen-year-old Jack Lepard. Langley 
Prairie schoolboy. 

Two guns, a revolver and a rifle, brought from Lang- 
ley Prairie, where they were reported to have been taken 
from two youths, and a bullet — the bullet that last Friday 
pierced the back of young Lepard as he was on his way 
to school and brought death within twenty-four hours — 
were the objects of hit immediate attention. < 



DEATH TAKES 
iJ.BlIllIEL 

Pioneer Citi/en Active in Gold 
Fields, Waterfront and 
Sealing Business 



"Ortifi< ;il« to Bf I^^ikmI an a«{es Aflrr F.inl of 
Moiilli, Miiii.slrr \iinonnrrs, liicli VS ill lie - 
(ia^'luMi l)\ <i<)\ «'rniiH'iil, in W liicli < ase 
Mone^ Mu^)t Be Sent Outride l'ro>iiK'Q 



Stamps Costing Two Per Cent 
Must Be Affixed Each IVeek 

ST PAUL. Alta.. May 18 tT.— Beginning of Alberta's public 
works programme financed through issuance of "certifi- 
cates" as wages is being_|>Ianned definitely for June 1, 
Hon. Lucien Maynard announced here 6n Sunday. His state- 
ment came during a complimentary dinner given to the new 
Cabinet member, who until now has been a barrister in this 
town, and to J. W. Beaudry, member of the Legislature for this 
riding. 



()ri«;iiialed Tribute to 

( iaptaiii \ ,tiH iHu «'r 



Conllnucd on Page 8. Column g 



CHINESE TIMBER 
JflSMUill 



Che Roe. Employed Near Kapoor. 
BtHKk aa Head by Top of 
PWHng ^ee 

Chu Boo. Chine.'w timber worker 
was irustantly killed shortly after 1 
o'clock yesterday afternoon while 
felling a tree In the vldntty of 
Kapoor. ne.ir here 

Employed by Tlioma.s Dixon, pole 
contractor. Chu noo wa« .struck on 
the head #y the top of a tree, which 
broke off when it snagged andther 
tree. Me sustained a fractiired skull 
and s broken neck. The body was 
brougiit to Victoria by Pfovlneial 

Police constables. 

■ «■ ■ ' ' 



Found Money in 
Toe of His Shoe 



■DMONTON. May IB iT An H- 
m on ton shoe repair aliop tonight ex- 
hibited $30 found tucked away in one 
toe of a pair of shoes turned In for 
repairs. The owner spparehtly had 
forgotten alxiut hiding the money. 
Tlie shoe rejwir shop Is waiting for 
him to turn up to demand his shbsa 
—and his money. ^ 



Voting to Begin 
June 4 in City 



Victoria lo.st another valued pio- 
neer in the death of Andrew John 
-fBechtel. who pa.ssed away ye.<terday 
at the age of eighty -tlx years. His 
death waa learned with deep regret 
by many who knew him in the 
early days of Victoria and st the» 
turn of Uw ccntiiry 

Lured to ihi' Coa.st by the news of 
gold atrike.s in California and Ne- 
vada, Mr. Bechtel. durUig his life- 
time, formed a lasting friendship 
and many aequalntancea with men 
who sinee have become leaders in 
the busines,s world, due to the .start 
they received in the Kold f\eld.s of 
the Pacific Coast 

Born in Carey. Ohio^ Mr. Bechtel 
came to this Coast as' a young man. 
One of his earliest memorlsa in 
Carey was the rseclrinc of the news 

tlon. 

Bovowr roRTiM: 

When newa came through of the 
gold strikes on the Pacific Slope. Mr 

Bechtel wa.s working on his father's 
farm Attracted by the vLslon of 
.striking It rich. loo. Mr Bechtel 
sought his fortune in California. 
After a year In San Francisco, he 
went to the Nevada gold fields near 
Virginia City, and then later to the 
Oassiar.IMstrlct In British Columbia 
He eiune to Victoria slxty-thrcp 

\Tars .Tf^'o mil! '^lok ''i ■ 

Continued on Page 8, Column Z 




C. C. PEMhERTON 
HO IS responsible for the Idea 
havtaff an arbtttua tree 




C.C. h. Plans 
To Nominate 
Uig Gordon 

Delegate* of the Vlcterie Dtstrlet 

r C F. Cluncll. at a meeting la.st 
night, decided to telegraph Profe.s- 
_aor King Gordon, asking hhn if he 
would accept the C.C.F. nomination 
at the eommf Meral by-ekeUon 

here on .June B 

TTie general membership meeting 
will be held on Saturday In the 
C.OJ*. elubrooois. to hear Professor 
Oordon'S mplir an* JbnnaUy nomi- 
nate thebr candidate. 

Joseph Round was appointed 



Briiish Columbia 
Will Borrow for 
Roads Programme 

UnrlrrHiandin^ Here In That Oftawa Will Grant 
-Half of the Monry for Aj>pro\r<l Works, and 
Lend the Balancc-to- the Prnviifce 



B 



PAGE DIRECTORY 



^ Page IS 

„ Page 9 

..^..Page 4 
_.J.Pate 14 

*Jaae Dixen Page is 

Itadle Programme Page 18 

Shipping and Travel Page II 

Sortal Neias Page 8 

Spec* , Pages I?, n 

....... - Page 10 

s CWkP Pate f» 

W'gaMa^gj dpfea ■■■■■«■»■■■ ■ ff BiP T 

■ i ■ 



RITISH Columbia ig going to have a special highway 
pri>gramme aKain.this year, with the eaaistence of Federal 
money, hut the extent of this work has not yet been set- 
tled. Premier PattuUo indicated yesterday. Hon. F. M. Mac- 
Pheraon. meahwliile, ia at Ottawa arranging ^e detatla of ap* 
proved works to be carried out Jointly by the Dominion and 

British Columbia. 

While ofBelal dselaratten Is await- | Road wohc. It waa explained, comes 
ed. It was formally said here that ' under the f.^rm of A.ssi.sunce the 
Ottawa may advance all of the Dominion may be able to give u> the 
money for the progranini*". hall bv 



way of direct grant to thi.s Province 
and the other half by meana of a 
loan to be later repsld. Thus, if s 
prograoune of >2 000.00Q worth of 
work tsUnflf Ml: The province might 



Province by virtue of thS Vmmp lo f * 

ment Relief Act, where the Issue of 
loan-council control of the Prov- 
ince .s finance does not arise. 
Negotiations, ^^nally, will resolve 



receive $1,000,000 by w*y of .grant , into how much the Dominion Is pre- 
and ti noo 000 On Ipan t^T' Its jetnt P*''^ to d*** snd how much the 
I completion I Province can. affoid to borrow for 



rv>t.TiN (-if wh.*' \K>ii( and where 
they may be carried out were not 
immedlsfely available. 

Meanwhile. British Cdumtita's In* 
itlsl plans for s large -scale pro> 
gramme of worltt fD'the coming pre 



the programae. 

Deflnite answer on thees quesUens 
Is expected with the return e< Ho n. 
P. M. IfecPtmeon from Ottawa In 
a few days* thne. or msv even be 
announced here earlier bv thr Cov- 



election years have been consider- ) ernment 

■i» tmm wmm, U <raa undgiinoi. | 



after a »ett lement 

•t OMAva. 



0!la>*a Sris Macliinrry in Motion lo Kill Victoria 
^rat in Houhc of (lommons — Polling I)ivi>ion8 
To Br < Jian<!r(l — Nominations Jiinr 1, Ad- 
vance Foi^ June 4, Main Poll June 8 

VICTORIA'S Federal' by-electien Jg to be held in fdreed 
marches, with nominations in two weeks' time at June 1 
and polling one week later at June 8, it was officially 
announced yesterday by Sydney Child, returning officer for 
the I iding. Meanwhile, three parties expected to be represented 
in the field are scurrying to hold nominating conventiona inside 
fourteen days. 

Mr. Child received wired Instruc- 
tlorus from Ottawa \i' -'erda v, .simul- 
taneou.sly with itic i .Mianre of the 
election writ, to prepare for the 
election without waiting for receipt 
of the actual writ here He issued 
the customary proclamation st once, 
and Is now linmif up arrangements 
for 137 poUuig stations at 109 polling 
divisions In the Victoria IMsral 
riding. 

' CBANOnrO STATIOfni 

The.KT polling stations will not be 
Mme as irsert rn the general election, 
he ssld. so th.it the physical ts.sk of 
preparing for the by-electton will be 

onerous on electoral ofBcWa.-'— : 

Earlier advices from Ottawa Ktaf- 
Ittgthe br-electlon might not be held 
until September or October .had 
lulled party organisations into cpm- 
plaeent approach to the qu estion of 
convention.* and ,-tandHhrHar Yes- 
terday, all (hat was changed. 
. ADVANCS POLL 

Actual voting will commerce be- 
fore three weeks are out. with an 
advance poll here on th** aftcro' >i 
of June 4. 5 and 6. and the main 
polling to follow on Monday. June 8 
Conaenratim have abeady Indi- 
cated they mil rontest the seat cre- 
ated by the death a few week.s ago 
of D'Arc- n Plunket* undefeated 
C'>nser' : ' r:' r-:N'r in the riding 

since ym. Before Mr. Pluakett. 
there was Hon. Dr 8. F,.TS*nle, 

who h^-'rl th<- ^eat r op> (rvioii.sl;- be- 
tween 1917 and hi? resignation to 
accept leadership of the Provincial 

that party to "vlrtor^et "the ^suTln 
1928 

Liberals are rxpeeted to mipport 
(he nommntion of B c Nicholas 
editor of The Times, as atrse4i;Jn- 



VOTE RATire 

NAVAL IRtAlY 

United States Senate Gives 
Its Approval to Tri-Par- 
^ t l t e Agre e m ent 



WASHINGTON. May 18 '4^ — 
The foiled St, ite.s .Senate late. today 
ratified by voice vote the 1938 Lon- 
don Nsval Tteaty. 

Great Britain and Prance arp the 
other parties to the agreement. 

The treaty provides, among other 
things.' that signatory nations give 
SdViKCe notice each year of their 
building programmea and famish 
specific tnformatlon at least foor 
month.^ before any keel U Isid and 
during the conAtniction of the 
vessel 

It a lso stipulated that capital 
ships ^ lilvldiif into two categories' 

'a' Thev m ist be between 17.^00 
and .15 OOO Irttts and f arr>' foiirteen- 
mch guns lan r.vcapp clau.se pro- 
vided that auteen-inch ^una may 
be instalM tf Jbpan and Italy do 
not concur In such a gun callbr* 
limitation); ib> ahlps must *)e lim- 
ited to 8 000 Ion* with six -inch guns 



pUnted at the graveside of captain 
Oeorge Vancouver. Hie eeramony 

of planting was carried oat bi Pe- 

tiT.sham. Bigland. yesterday Snd 
wa.s broadcast to Canada Mr. Pem- 
berton made ai raiik-fment.s for the 
.shipment of Ihe tree in conjunction 
with the Tourist Trade Development 
Association of Victoria and Vancou- 
ver Island. 



CHRISTIAN m 

IN Mmm 



Fired School to 

Burn L p Solebook 

BETTHUNE, Prance. May 18 
Guy JiLsiin, flft/een. ha.s been sr- 
re.sied on a charge of .setting fire to 
the College of St. Vaast. of which 
he was a student. "Ww beil d l nc waa 

de.st roved With, a lOSS 'Of SbOUt 

$125,000." 

- - Pettee -eey- U> e - y e ut h eonfemed he 
put a match to the school because 
he wanted to destroy a tea c h er 's 

notebook In which there were marks 
against his name for clsasroom 
Btsoonduct. 



Violence of Weeks Continu- 
Ino— Btritish Royal Com- 
mission to Investigate 

JERU.SALFJM. Mav 18 -Drss- 
tlc curfew regulatinn'; in Jeru.salem 
were tightened tonight after weeks 
of violence continued with the slay- 
ing here of a ChrmUan Immlcrant 
from Au.siria. 

Tlie Government ordered the Start 
of the curfew hour every night st 
7 p.m.. Instead of ^ pjn.. the Palcor 
Agency reported. 

The Christian. Karl Brletlnger. 
wa.s shot by an Arab, the Palcor 
Agency said Three Jews were shot 
and killed here Saturday night Just 
after they had come out of a 
theatre. Apperently Brletlnger was 
misUikf • ' - , ' 

PKEMATtKC BLAST 

An AHib was killed on the road 

between Ludd and the all-Jewi.sh 
city of Tel Aviv today when a bomb 
he waa carrying exploded prema- 
turely. Palcor satd. T^wre have been 
frequent 'oombings since Arabs pro- 

claimed a civil di.sobedieiuc .strike MBOCO OTTY, May 18 'VPi. 
Uuee weeks ago in protest agsinst ' Nesrly 30,000 employe* of the far- 



SENATOR DR. FORTIN 
PASSES AT QUEBEC 

QUBBBCi May 18 <H. — Senator 
Dr. Anile Fortln, fifty -eight, a na- 

tr.e of I^'vls Quebec died In hos- 
pital today after an Illness of sev- 
eral week-v 

Senator Portin was appointed to 
tha Senate durtng the Conservative 
reglias on Aufust 14. MM. 



mm mw 

MEXICAN KOAUli 



Government <lar<i RaitwaT Walkont 
, Net Justified anil Orilri> Men 
to Resame Work 



Immigration. 



J. H. Themik. Colonial Secretary, 
announced in London today that a 
Royal Commission would Invextlgste 

the di.s'urhances In Palestine ukhere 
more than a score of persons have 
been killed within a month. 



reschlng Mexican national railwsyt 
today went out on strike, and t6m 



nlfht the Govemmem^ eatllnf the 
walkout unjustified, gave them 
Iwenty-four hours to retiim to their 

:obs 



The certlhcatcs will be iSsued in~ 
81. 83 and 85 denomhiationa. Mr. 
Maynard said. It was made known 
at the same time that the destgnx 

for the cert Iflcale.s already have 
been dia^u aiul pre^nUd u\ 
thi Cabinet, although not approved, 
i and Uiat prices for printing th em 
are now belns studied. ^ T 

I Mr. Maynard osttanated that 40.- 
I 000 men now on relief would be put 
' to work on Government projects 
through operations of the certlfl- 
j cate.« .system. 

I PMMKNTS HPRKAD OI T 
H .L. tie rincal<'(l tor tlie first time, 
alt hoii>;h a man inli;lu eni ii for 
example, 1300 m a sliort lime, he 
would not be , paid this whole 
amount, even In oertlflcates. at once, 
but would receive it over a period 
of .several montha. 

By thus .syMem, said the niini.ster. 
the man would receive siifTlclenl pe- 
riodically to keep him oil relief rolls, 
and at the same time the Oovera> 
ment would not be embarrassed by 
a flood of certificates being returned 
for CK.sh all at one time. 

Chief object in launching tl^e cer- 
ti(i(at(s .system, Mr. Maynard said. 
IS to create new Industries in th* 
province so that Alberta merchants 
would not hsve to send money out- 
side AlberU for goods, while at tlie 
.same time Alberta - prod m crl law 
materials and Alberta labor could 
be used. 

Ml ST SKND MONEY AWAY 
Some wholesale Arms in this 
province have already proinis<>d to 
accept certificates from merchants 
in payment of aceounts. The Oov- 
ernmeni would then redeem the 
certificates for cash from the whole- 
who aMMt lehd OMiney out of 

AlberlB. 

Tlie stamp, costlnf 3 per cent of 
the face value of the certificate 
must be alBxed each week, whether 
or iv>t t hat ee i tineats Tma changed 
hands In. any transaction since the 
last .stamp was afnxed. .Mr Mayn- 
srd explained. He added tlia- tii«» 
Oovenuaent must hav« ^ ,| : . t 
from the people through keepmg 
the eertUkates mevtnr: 

BOYIg SILVLIt 
10 IIP CHINA 

United States Agrees to 
Take Large Amounts at 
Average Prices 

WASHINGTON. May 11 f4>i — 
Secret4ry of the Treasury Morgan- 
thau said today the United SUtes 

Government has agreed to buy large 
amoiints of silver from China to 
provide dollar exchange to help 
China stabilise tier curreney. 

dbnultaneously. In a statement, 
the secretary again opened the dOOT 
' foreign approaches on the subject 
international eurrency staMlf » 
tlxn. He said: 

I belteve that only tfaroogh fall 
:ti ' ' ■ V < ■■ ' < , ■ r of views similar 

'<! M.i *; .. ! 1 just taken plaoa- 
b»'twe«'n U\r r<'[)i '■M-n! s ' ' «. "f the 
Chlne.se Mlnisiry of Finance and, 
ourselves will it be possible to Im-' 
prove the Internal stability of na- 
tional currenev npi^ with this achieve 
a greater int''/ii^' ."r.sl st 

ONE AT A TIME 



_ Mr, Thomas said the commlsalon Oovemment oppased the strike 
would survey both Arab and Jewish which began st 5 pm CfiT* after 
grievance's mthou' questioning tlie j President Lazaro Cardenas had In- 
terms of CJreat Sixain s mandate , tervened personally at the eleventh 
over Paleetine. . I hour In an attsasps^ gf MVgtt ». 



It was emphasised, however, that 
Morgenthau was not advocating sn 
mtematlonal eonference at this 
tlmt. Replytnt to a specific qiies- 
SecreUryofUbor Ocnaro Vazquez I ^lon he »ld he would piefer I* 
made the artawonoement that the I confer with one nation at a Ume. 

M"n?en'h«u's annoimcement ai-a- 



juhabt toumai babbsd 



BIRLm. May 18 <r> -The Wtr 
MinLsTrv decreed t/vlsy ihs* no 
has : member of the active force may 
1 Jfl48 Rotftiy 



« idlcsted. 



VICTOR I A CONSERVATIVE 
Ai)i>OGlAIJDN 

■ An e.xtraorrhnary grnrral meeting of the a«<ioetait<m will 

l>e lul.l in the Xs.sociatirin RfK-)tn«, Cami)l)cli Ruildin^, 
on \\ ctJncvlay. .May the 20th. at 8 p m. Sktw^tt: To 
_co.Q«idjer and take such action as may be deemed neces- 
sary to inMlre the placing' '^•f a canMirhte iti thr I'lcM to 
contciit the federal bv-elcrtion called for June the 8th 
next 

. Bv Or<Irr, 

V \ W yi l 1- <<.rtei;,rv. 



press conference came as repre- 
sentativee- ef the Chinese MlnUtry 
of FIxiiknee concluded a series of 
conferenoM. begun two 
U) exchanfs ^Isws ea 

lems. 

The Treasury head would not say 
how much silver would be bought, 
but saM payment weald be mads ai 
the 

LOOCMmi OPEBATOK MIMnilO, 

▼ANOOtnm, May It «F -Search 
was under waiLlzJKItlsh Celamlda 
poHce tonight for oavtn AlgklBja|- 
gtncr r^r^'nr vho has bSSBI gMa" 
Ing sinr#' Mav S mtien he left ffSR- 
der HsrboT In a small sp^edbowt for 
Goliath Bay. near the entrance to 
Jeivls Inlet. Wi lends report he was 
Mj ia b le to swim and 
■af haes rapstgsd^ 



• •- « 



THE DAILY COI.OXIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. Tl ESPAY. MAY19rT93frf- 




East Fails to Note 
^^ oUnti a l Wmlth in 
B. C, Says M inister 

MijblVutXLte for Proyinca Pictured by 

Pearaon — Trarle and Cominerce Will Be Like 
iH^iant"— aeveAopment ]« Needed 

To Devflop the untold wealth of British Columbia, the 
East, particularly in Canada, must .learn of the great poten- 
tialities this province has in mineral resources and trade 
possibilities. If the &Mt refused to aid. then British Columbia 
must look to United States caiuUl for development. This prov- 
'inc«, too, 4Md the-greatest possible opportunity of tweomliif the 
"playground of the continent." ""^ " 



It Was Big Problem for the Ph olograph cr,Too 



Thuf declared Hon. George 8. 
Pearm. Minlater'ef Mine* and ta- 
bor tn a luncheon addrc.H.^ dpltvered 
yesterday in Lh* Emprrss Hotel to 
S50 <k>leKate6 ihr> sixt^nlh annual 
conference of retail credit execu- 
ttves, now la proftew bare. The 
apeafcer was ttrtWtWt<L>f..<l:>' A. 
Hebden. 

^ -*-T— ^WAWT iJf ruTinut 

Sp^'ftking on "Britirfi Columbia,— 
Ita PUc^ In the Business World," 
Mr, Pfarnon .stated this province 
waa "a awaddilng-clothed child in 
the buataeis world, but Wh«n it 
reaches maturity, I am aura It will 
be a irlant." 

'riiree f.wtor.s wrr** ritrd its bear- 
ing on the present and future con- 



WHITE SUITS 

Saurt MylM hi fi«« es*ii*r Nwrtlty 
EMiith CUnncl. BoHi ikort tailora^ aai 
sw79«cr fyp«i •10.75 to 925.00 




721 VAfB ttkiir' 




JUNE BRIDE 
SPECIAL 

WASHER. WRINGER and 
IRONIt 



•83 



o 

Oa TcnM 



Beitty Washer Store 

1600 DouRlas St. G 7511 



tSlS OMirsI A**., 0»k a*y— 8 Un 

W. E. TAPLEY 

B«IMtr %w4 CMtnatav 

Rrpalm ^Rrmodtllnc- Nfw RMiatncm 
OUllneUv* Dultn*— Meetrn MtUiod^ 
PrieM Rl«t)l— CitlmatM Vm 



dlljon* of the province. Tlieae were 
Ita large area, \\.% youlhf'il Age and 
Its small population. Sixty year.') 
a«e, aald Mr. Fearao g. this pcovlnce 
was merely a Hudion'a Bay Com- 
pany trading peat, nfty years ago 
It only had a population of 50 000 
perMoa. Great dr^vclopmenl had 
Uken place "^n reienl years, but 
when one viewed the gieat potential 
wealth ot thta provtnoe, It was sur- 
prUing that development had not 
been more rapid, aaid the apeaker. 

Th« minlater referred to the 
entrance of Britlah Columbia Into 
Confederation and explained ilAt 
alfhoiinh benefit* were derived from 
the unK>n. many ob.stacles had been 
placed in the way of tba province 
for devalopnent. 

tfmi B i o uinwiwaiMi, B iiiiaii o n 

lumbla waa linked with the Eaat. 
but lost control of Its finances to 
a large degiee aiid its trade devel- 
opment. Hie rugged cliaracttr of 
British Columbia, a province a.s large 
aa Waahlngton. Oreson, Montana 
and fiaho combined, was a great 
drawback to Interestlne rapi'al In 
mineral development of Briluh Oo- 
lumbla% Interior. ' 

LAND FOB AORICULTUBB 

' We have in that «ea of mountains 

about 170 million acres of land 
available for acrlcullure. We bave 
vast wwalth in the mountaina in 

natural revwurcej We are sending 
out 75 per cent of our mineral and 
other producUs, arvd aie lu.iiiuf u-- 
turlng very little here," declared 
Mr. Peanoo. 

There waa a CMA-tOdiLjBfiBQriii- 
nity with the Islanda of the Pacinc 
Ocean and the Orient, he ^ald. 
"When the time cornea that the 
East reailaas the value of the trading 
poaaibiUties, then Britiab Columbia 
will be opened up as a manufactur- 
ing centre." he .said 

Mr. Pear.son dealt at length with 
the climjilic c<jndKioii.s here, and 
declared that BrlUah Columbia had 
a variety of ellmatea, and the porta 
wpre open all year round. The 
hazards of Invcsllntc in this rugged 
rouptry. continued Mr Pearson, were 

great, but only a portion of the 
potential wealth In the minaa had 

been scratched, a.<i yet. There was 
great room ^or expansion and in- 
ve.Mn eni iiere by careful capital- 
he said. 




When the new 16S-foot flagpole for Beacoa HiU Park arrived at the C.N.R. aidinc on Alpha 5U.Mt^e other day, rom tlie Kapoor Lumhcr 
Company', logging camp, it presented a difficuh problem foT Joaeph HeanejT. Ld! workmen to tranafer it to the city's Garbally Road yard. 
It aUo proved a rrohi.m fur the photographer to fSt the entire "stick- on hia camera plate. It waa donated to the city by the Kapoor 
1-umber Company, and will take nearly two years to sMSOn properly. By meiMT Of powvful IMka it wai moved frmn.flM ^•^nXo two 
traUera and a- track. Loading operations were w,»tched with interest by Aldermen Andrew McCavin. lames Adam and «. qra,^Witn 

John Baxter, the Mayor a aecreury, and W. H. Warren, city parka supeuntendent. •> 



70SI1'1EML\1 

to^d and Gravel Sharehold' 

ers to Be Given Chance 
— to Negotiate 



The aliairrir.-tlM Monacr sand & 
, Gravel Compi^ were aaaia before 
Mr. Justice Manaon. In the Supreme 

C'our! \p.«iterdi»y \* a re.'.uU of an 
applii iiiion. made before Hl.^ Loid- 
slup in I hainl)ei s ve.slerd.iv V wi\.s 
ordered that pending negollation.s 
for introduction of new capital from 
Vancouver, there was to l>e no sal'* 
of the shares of the company b\ 
Sheriff H W. OogRin 

Under an order ni.^de bv Mr Jus- 
tice Man/>on a few daya ajco, on the 
application of J. B. Clearihue, who 
appeared for T. .lohnxton, on behalf 
of certain of the ahareholders, it 
was dietanl to postpone the sale of 

the proprrtv until M.iv ?fi Yehter- 
da\. Mr C'leaiiluip a>;ain api)Oftred 
before the rourl and repre.sented 
that the slirriff's sale of the shares 
of the company, which waa now 
pending and which had been pn.st- 
poned until yesterday afternoon bv 
the ,«.herifT, waa Interferlnf with the 
intro<1nrtK>n of capital. It was a&ked 

ihMt the sale of the -shares be po^< 



MO MO 

RlflSlMS VMIIiHI. 

Noee 

75' 



fiMcril EiNtrio 

Refrigerators 

$5.00 DOWN 

JAMESON 

ELECTRIC, LTD. 

at , B im 



iiaoda. to set some of the money 
back." he declared. Mr. Pearson 
urged the Bast to back British Co- 
lumbia more than In thejMsU There 
was no complaint against United 
St.UM' Inve.vor.^. but there waj 
aKainvt the IilasCern Canada money 
lioldens. Mr. PCiUson referred to 
the potential coal marketa British 
Columbia had and then diacuaaed 
the pQBBibilltlea of this province aa 
a tourist resort, which ultimately 
might become "the playfTound of 
'mWmr* " . 



Ftsheries, timi>er and agriculture 
were all industries that had the 
treat advantave <A reproduction, and 

the fact that minerals ~^re only 
partially mined, led him to' believe 
that Briti.sh Columbia bad a great 

future in view. 

"Eastern Canada la not helping 
Britlah Columbia. The banks are 

e.stabllahed In the Bast; we supply 

their huire re.serv«^s and Llicn have 

' ■ . !■ T h ick •< " ■ ' : •■ • ■ ■ our 



X *»ie. ' acTV**^' 



AMERICAM 





„ J. W. HUDSON. C.L.U. 
District Manager 

2n.S Savwai d RMc 



ALL PAOPlTf FOR POLICYHOLDERS 



BATCH E LOR S 



PURE FOOD STORES 

SELF SEtVICI, fOPULAH. fiCK & PACK JAMES lAY GROCERY 



KRKSH CREAMERY. BUTTER. 3-lb. lots 



65^1 



NI CK iUtUitP mm rvir m:!^ 

BRAID'S BLUKJ^ABITL T>A ,r \h_\.^ 
CHASE * SANBOR Wt COFJ?KS, pe^-lH. 

CHIPSO, l.rj. pki : : 

KOBIN HOOD QUICK OATS, per pVl 

LOCAL l»LUM JAM. 4.11,.. tin 



l»r 
IBr 
»Br 



ByiLDERS NAME 

l93b_i[lttRS 

Edward Williams Is Elected 
President to Succeed 
James Parfitt 




RAIESJSKED 

Fisher mei^ Claim Pr esent 
Freight-Cbarges HIg 
Than Fish Value 




NEW WKSTMINBTER, May 18 
•cr.— ail flUmon-llahlng organiia- 
tlona have endorsed a resolution 
urging reduoUon in freight rate.s on 
salmon .shipp<>d by rail from here 
to Eastern Canada, if wa-s an- 
nounced here today. A copy of the 
resolution haa been aent to OtUwa. 

Rrpre.sentatlvea of the organisa- 
tion.-; met here and decided that the 
pre.s< nt fn'iirhV rates are unfairly 
high and actually come to more than 
the cost of the flah. 

It waa said that the coat of catch- 
ing, collecting. Icing and loading 300 
pounds of spring aalmon is $2,'i 12 
while the freight rate on that 
amount to Eastern Canada i<; $2.'i n 

The represenlatlvse also decided 
to act Jointly Inronferring with can- 
neiis tl^H .^ea.«on in f^xin? salmon 
pnoe.5 .sat i.sfaciorv to n.ihcnnen 



ii 



nwaav wituan 



Edward WiDiam-s. general contrac- 
tor, was elected pre.sldent of the Vic- 
toria Buildera' Exchange at the 
annual mwiinr llld mnner. held 
Ut.u iil<ht in .Spencer .-, dinfriK-roomr- 
Mr. Willlam.s .sucrecd-s James Parfitt. 
who hR.s headed the organisation for 
the la.si .IX years. 

Other offleers are: Vice-president, 
,J N .Aiulei , dii'H-tor.v, Januv. 
Parfitt, general contractor. W A. 
Luney. general contractor; L. Scott, 
general contractorr E^jJ-^Cox, elec- 
irical contractor: A. Davies, rtoorlng 
contractor. R Hurst, millwork oon- 
tj-actor. C. DeaviUe, painting con- 
tractor; A. R. Frewlng, pla.Vrrini{ 
contractor; W. Thacker, plumbing 
contractor; H. Pane, abeet metal 
contra< tor. and secrftary^tiaaaurer.^ 
W. J. Hamilton. 

ADDRBRSBS OmCN 

The pr;ncii>al speaker was .1 Y. 
McCartcr. president of the Vancou- 
ver Board of Trade and architect for 
the new million - dollar poatofBoe 
building ln, .that city. Mr. MeCarter 
.suifse.sted Victoria .should adopt th' 
name of Hie City B^'autiful IT 
al.so Rave a general review of build- 
ing, with the suggestion that only 
worth-while atfuctuiea be erected 
bearing In mind the JMoeaaity of 
conservation of space in Interiors. 

J V .Ii>l,iiM)n gave a .short t.ilk on 
his recent trip Ea.st with the Dom- 
inoea basketball team. J. N. Ander- 
.son spoke of hla Impraasloni of 
bulldlhg while on a recent trip 
South. 

The social part of the programme 
consisted of musical srlectlon.s bv 
T^n Poster, aolos by A. JSfkman 
and pianb select km« by Cecil iteaton. 

\ pre.^-ntation x.-us m.uir fo James 
Parfitt In recnijnllion ot hu work in 
connection with the exchanKC and 
his valuable aaalatance to the 
members durtng ht« .iUl IMCi. as 
preeident. 

I p-liland Cricket 

DONCAN, May 18— St. George"* 
School. Vancouver, sent their iwouu 
team to Duncan vesuerday to play 
cricket. HKain.st Qiwmiclian Rovers 
and Scouts St. George .s won by 
fifteen runa. In the ^rst innings 
Quamichan made. 14 to 8t. George's 
31 In the second Innings, Quaml- 
rh.ui (pot 31 to 81. Oeorge s 29. The 
be.^-L t)a -s, the only ones going into 
two Ogurea,. wen Sparks and Alex 
ander tor Bt Oeorges and J. and R. 
Moi^ord for the k>eal team. Bowl- 
ing for the Vancouver team were 
SiM»rk.s and FranrLs, and for Qua- 
michan. R. Morford. W. HusaeU and 
Tony SUplee. Thrin«t«"h began at 
in \,\ the morning and continued 
un i 2 ti»p Visitor* b?tng emtfr- 
, :niir a at luiti/bh and tc* b> the local 
|r ouit 4 



ONLY mm\m 



Continued fresi Page 1 

prove the Italian charges ground - 

les.s 

Tiie conimunication .sent to the 
! ■ . le ahowed that some of the 
I Bniuh-made dumdutn.s had been 
'manufactured more than twenty 

RCPEAIKD OLD ( IIAKi.ES 

"On April 13. however. Messaggero 
a newspaper in. Rome, after repeat- 
ing the old charges, already refuted. 

publl.'hed photopraph-s of certain 
,sofi-nosed cartridces made In this 
country, and a letter from the firm 
of George Bate.<t. Birmingham, ad- 
dressed on Fybruary,J>. last, to the 
Aby.s.sinlan ^Inlster ,ln.I^.don. ac- 



companied by photographs ftf park 
age.s addte ^erl tho AbV.Tslnian 
Ijenarion, marked 



slnla wtf tmanohm «Rh leopards, 
wni6n n m no uw mumn w it h 

other bullrus,"' Eden sjfld. 

After some further conversation, 
the managing, director agreed to 
supply him with certain samples of 
ammunVlon. which Included thirty 
round£ \>f 7.9 sof t-noied jporUhg 
cartridges. 
"These were packed in a box, and 
an Miakiri. Lopet Mked 
that acmething be-enckaed la writ- 
ing to prove the cartrldfos wvre of 

B ritish manufacture. 

DICTATID LBTTEB 
"Aa the letter which was prepared 
did not satisfy his requirement.. he 
I Colonel Lope/> dictated there and 
tlwn a communication from Mc,s.srs. 
Bates to the Aby.ssinlan Mini.5ter in 
London, guaranteeing that the 
.samplea we r e o f British manufac- 
ture. 

"This was enclased in an envelope 
and- packed with the cartridges in- 
side the box. Lopez then took po.s- 
.se.s.sion of the parcel, and It wa.s 
next heard of when the letter which 
he had dictated was published in 
the Italian pre.s'< 

*T have a.scertaiiied thai neither 
the package nor the li-ii.-i p\cr 
delivered to the Aby.s.sinian Minis- 
ter, nor had Lopez been entrusted 
by the latter with the mission of 
aeeurlng sample cartridges. 

ATTEMPTED PABflCATIOM 

"It la with the. greatest regret.' 
Eden drclared. "that I have thought 
It necpAsary in the cour-^e of this 
explanation to the Hous*» to deal 
\er\ frniiklv wi'h vkli;ii ran only hr 
dev ribed as an attempt to fabricate 
evidence that the Abyssinian force.s 
are being supplied with iUegal am- 
munition' by tntefeeta In this coun- 
try 

■'That T decided to take this un- 
nrecod<iited .'.tep ls due lo the neres- 
.sitv of protecting the good name, 
not oi-.iy of British industry, but of 
His Majesty's Government." 



yOUTH SERIOUSLY 
HURT IN MISHAP 



Gror^e Smith Cvcllst. of Weat 
Saanich Road, in Ho«pilaJ With 
Fraetarad flkaB . 



Suffering from a fractured skull 
and other injuries, received Sunday 
n^Rht m an accident on Q^tadra 
Street at Union Avenue. Gk-orge 
Smith, of West Saanich Road, sev- 
enteen-year-old cyclist, lies in the 
Royal JtiMlee Hospital. 

According to ."^aaric h t>oli( e the 
youth, accompanied by Pjir White- 
head, another cvckst wius rid;iighls 
machine behind ''a car on Quadra 
Street. The alilflmobtie was being 
driven nortb. by. Eric's sister. Miss 
Evelyn Whitehead. Royal Oak. 

Miss Whitehead .flowed the car at 
the intersection to permit another 
automobile to cross. Eric brought 
his machine, to a cUqt. but. George 
rode Into the Whitehead automo- 

' hile clanced off an<i collided head 
on with an approarhmi' cnr driven 
bv Harold Hewlei ! t.OH Vi«'w Street, 
and .struck the windshield. 

The injured cyclist was conveyed 
In the C <t r ambulance to hos- 
pital, where he was attended h\ Dr 
W. F M Mitchell Hi- .■.»!•,, ir ;on, 
late last night, was considered se- 
rious. 



OBJM.-"l'BII TO BXftofSB 

P .Sinnott. who represented O 
H. Uorman, did not apiirove of the 
delay in the sale, but did not want 
to place anything in the way of 

out plans they seemed I5~lMlleve 
might be .successful. 

Mr. Bnuioit a^ked that before 
anything wa.s done, there .sliould be 
a meeting of the shareholders, .so 
the matter could bB_pas8ed_upon. 
He pointed out that driays were 
adding to the coeta the ooDeem had 
to carry. 

His Lord.ship ordered a iio.slpone- 
ment of the aale of sharea by th^ 
aherlfr untU May ST. 




•u 

hu> • 

balL-braruif now«r* Iraa 

BT.tB w 



lilt nnriii..«!i riki^t 



LIP-READING 

fxlfato VrntoiM by .\ppa(ataitnt 
•ai TtI*i 1'>- r. YTm M10BT 

I. $. H TYI 
MuUw-WaU* TMCher * CcrtlAcaW 
rhM* CM7S t«SI D«B(lM St. 

PbOB* 12 l»-ll it and •:>0-Y:M 



TOPS MIXED FIELD 



Dorothy Pletcher and O. K. Ver- 
ley captured the mfaMfd loursgmg* 
tournament at the uplaada Sunday 



«upplied to Aby.vsinta'. 
Secretary continued 

While the investigation was under 
way. Bde n-aald. an individual call- 
ing himwif "Colnn^l PwHro lioper " 

prr'ending to represent EJthiopla 
calk»d at Bates At Company and ex- 
pressed a desire to purchiue dum- 
dum bullets. 

WAVTED POB LEOPARDS 
"On ix ng fold :hat Bttini'inition 
In the latter category was not u.v>d 
in civilized warfare, the ao-called 



Vniure Triumphs 
In Tennis Match 



PARIS. May 18 "P Fred Perry 
and "Bunny"' Au-stin. Brltain'.s Davis 
Cup tennis aces, teamed up to. hang 
up a victory In doubles, but Ptance 

won the annual three -day team 
matches between the two nations. 
16 to 12 

Austin .Tiid Perrv combined to 
<)iiMK>int Pierie I.andrv and Jacques 
Jamain. 6-3. 6-3. but Prance, other- 
wise, held the whip hand and main- 
tained the winning pace she set on 
the flrjt two flays of the compete 
tlon 

Maccel Bernard and P aul FVr et 
each scored vlctorle.s for "l="rHi>< e In 
alnglea. the former defeating George 
Patrick Hughes. 6-4. 6-4. whUe Peret 
conquered P. H. O. Wl^de. 6-1. 6-3. 

Auntfinnx Adrnnrr 

VIENNA, May IS '/P>. — Austria 
Other odds were: Lord AsUw's ! split the final two singled matches 



afternoon with a net aeor^ of 67'j. 
tieven strokes ui front Of the run- 
ners-up The winnen turned IB a 
card of 77-9'i— 6T». 



Mlas D. Fletcher and 
G. K. Verley ... . TT 64 

Mrs H O Macken- 
zie and O. Pretty 89 14'i 

Mr and MrsrW.- 
Herbert . 99 22'» 

Mrs. I. South and 
Major P, V. Warner 9S 164 

Mrs. E. P. Nlckaon 
and H. B. Oombe . •« 16 



WITH THE ANGLERS 



Ta j AhharSfUl 

Fanprcd la Take 
English Classic 

LONDON. Mar W <"r-;?fR^ Aga 
Kfian.s Taj Akbar remained favorite 
irKi.ay for the Derby to be run at 
Rp oiii Downs a week from next 

Wednasday. with Lord ABtor "8 Pay 

niatenal to be •"d Sir Alfred Bult'.s Noble King 
also among the « !ioice ( .indid.ites 
L_TaJ .^kbar w.i> quoted at 6 to 1. 
Pay Up 7 to 1 and Noble King 
at 8 to 1. 



Rhode.s Scholar. 19 to 2: thp Aea 
Khan.s coli.-; Ba!« Hi.^.sar and 
Mahmoud IB 'o 1 MM Roii.s.sac's 
Abjer, 30 to 1, WiUuun Woodward'a 
Boswell and Leon. VolterTa's Bel 

Arrthe! ?'> '.-i I Motiumen! 28 to 1 ; 
Cario^a. Pearled* Fox. Raebum and 
Thankerion 1.1 to 1; Idldstream and 



today and elmun.ited r'ol.ind from 
Davis Cup tennis compel it ion three 
victories to two. J. Hebda Polaiui .s 
top-ranking atar. defeated Bara- 
wosM. 6-3. 1-6. 4-6. 6-1. T-S to 
.square the «erie<; but O 
Metnxa yave Aii.siria the decisive 
point with a «-4 8-8 ^-8 7-,^ 6-3 



Anglers who visited the Saanich 
Inlet over the week-end made many 
line calx'l)e,s. accordnik' '<> reports 
reaching the city yesterday To Bill 
Battle wri I thf honors for the big 
gest fUh when he landed a twenty- 
stx-pouader. ' 

• • • 

Jack Trace hooked a t went y-f our - 
pound salmon and landed the fish 
after a thlrty-flve-minute fight. BUI 

Lucas, who accompanied Trac 
caught a number of smaller, springs 
and grllae. 

• • • 

Deep H(>> near the Ooldstream 
end of the Narrow-, and Irom Whlt- 
takers Point to McKen^ie Bay. ap- 
peared to be the best fishing spots, 
and most of the bigger flah were 
catight In these vicinities. 

L Wilkes * caught . a twenty- 
|K>under Saturday and en Sunday 

.seven springs weighing 
eighteen ten. nine eight, .^even, six 
land four fx)und.s F.ittht .salmon, two 
;of which weighed fourteen pounds 
leach, mere hooked by H. Jachaan 
land H Jones. 

I . • . ••^ •-»«.,«»-......- 

Len Holyoak made a splendid 
catch Sunday, He landed two sal- 
mon weighing fourteen pnundS. one 
ten pounds and one seven pounds 
In addition he caught two lod ^i d 
nine grilse. Many other fine catches 

were reported. 

• • • 

ny fishing In the Oowichan River 

pr wed' p ep n i B P and , ^^^^--t 
catrhe,i were reported T..lrlcen 

fine niin' ..' dis')!;' ,ii 1 



FOR PERFECT 

MI? 



Street, yeaterday, bore evidiuLc ot 
the Ana ■ehing in this district. In 

company with Arthur Pitl.A. Ma)or 
Monteiih caught one or the beat 
bask I I oi trout Uial ha.s ix^en 
from il.e lUf ' long time 

• • • 

Two forn'iei .....i,|.-g people. Mr. 

and Mrs. waiiace McMillan, were 
successful in gpttini^ a good 
of cutthroat trout In Cowlehaa 
Rivet -n>e t)i«ge.' - .f their mMi 
weighed three pounds. 

Reporta .from Shawnigmn Lake 
.state that some good catchee of eut- 
throat trout were made Sunday. 
Trolling seems to be the beet i 



Colonel Lopee replied that Abys- | Barryaur. 40 to 1. 



. I triumph over Ignace Tloczynaki. i Roger Montelth s teckle store, View I to land them. 



mUY I CRIED AFTER THE PARTY 

One of the thousands of letters that come to ihe makers of Lifebuoy 



'l tOVE TO DANCE. THAT NIGHT I KNEW I 
WAS THC BEST PANCER IN THE HALL. BlTT 

ArrEH TMi riesT few dances, the men 
- BatfTEO Aw*r. vnt EVERY other pasty 
rr ENDED IN teabs for me." 



'a girl who was the truest friend 

IN the world, told Mt THE f^^L 
REASON. I WAS HOMItngO i WAS IT 
POSStta ! COUkO I OFFiND TMAf WAT ?^ 




* I TOOf M/ FRTNOS ADVICE, '^i ° 

SINCE that OAf HA/E I Bff 'i 
WITHOUT MY STAUNCH r!iT AUY — 
UFieUOY. IT fNOWBA" 






/ I JUST NF/CH 
BUT UF£BUOY'. 



Vifrhunj will rcvh« • - 



TNoifT ya»^abeut your complrxmn ' 
•I--' ii. help renew as lavelinr\\ ■ li df^nsei. .1e«Ttv fnttf : . , 
' PiiKli teiii on die »fcint ot hufxIreHt of »r.T rn fimt ittt 
mon thm 20% aaldcr diaa many so<allrd beauty toafs." 
irgfca Mbie w9rwiM0 fta lM9f^ f 

F 'f w fhii Simple rule, ind rou ll 
nr\rr need to worry abOut offcrxl- 
ir t; Bethc regularly with Uf (buoy. 
L«t itscrcaaiy.f 
kerpyou/rr/A.'l 
eren in hardest ' 
Went rifnr« ir 




THE PAIT.Y COLONIST. VtCXORIAj ac.'. VfasDAY. MAY 19. 1936 




May Queen Contest to Close Tomorrow 



.Sir Robert Falconer, Former 
President of Toronto Uni- 
r^i^isits City 



SAYS PERSONNEL AT 

COLLEGE CHANGING 



^fllAufih OolumbI* Mudent* 
liav« taken )>oie^grftduat« work at 

Toronto University have always 
proved cxcelieot and well-equipped 
•tudmU, air Rp^rl AjbWMdwr Fiil- 
confT. former president of Toronto 
Unlver-sity and now bead of the 
League of Natloiu Bociety In. Oan- 
Jtdv tUt«d in an intcrvltw at the 
Bcpresc Hotel yesterday. 

Speaking of CaiiHdian atudents 
feneraUjf, Bit R obert DQlnted out I 
that they had drawn high praise | 
J'j'i'n Br:';.^(l and th.- i:iiit,i'(.l .St.ites 
"l>! '>fi-.-v.i>r..T<>r llK'ir abilit v. He added 
tliat, 600 Kradiuile.s )iri<] [MiltkMia in 
colleges of the United fitates. 

The dl8ttn>ruixh«'d educationist, 
who hxs ha/1 twenty-four cl<'i?n'fs 
conferred on him, ooa t e nd ed Cana- 
dian unWersltles had playM. and 
w ew p to ytBi. UnporUnt rolM in 
bonding the Domuion ud would, 
bt taoptyj. rontinue to do aa 
PKODUCEO LBADBM 

*'Butflm Canada has really mould- 
ed th« Weflt, A lari'fl pari of th«^ 
culture of the. West has oome from 




GWEN UfctVAa 



( A nil- RiNr c aAiQ 



■aLKN TVUt 



With some pride he sUted that 
In the 30,000 graduate from Toronto 
Unive rsity, a large number had^ 
reached high offloea in Um land. 
Rt. Hon. W. h, Um^(jgUlM^JBtat, 
Prime Minister, was a graduate: and. 
In the past. Chief Justices of Canada 
and other noted Jurists, doctor*, 
clergymen and bualneas leaders 
claimed Toronto UnivmUy aa tlMir 
alma mater. 

In 1932 Sir Robert retired a.s presi- 
dent, OAiriK U> .1 breakdown in 
bealth. and Canon Henry John Cody 
him. 




ooaaaN aaAisARO 



Standings of tbe May Queen contetunts, shown above, arc: Owen Dcwar. 2.900 TOtea; Catherine Craig. 
2.760; Helen Twllr, ?,7(W; Doraen ~ 



Dobbie, 1.2S0. The conteat office at 112 Blaashard Street, in charge of Prank Bickferd. will cloee at 5 
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. In the committee room of the Chamber of Commerce, the competition 
win be brought to an official end at 9:30 o'clock, with announcement oj the queen and two princesses to 

preside over Victoria Day celebrationa. 



DEATH KOIIIVES 
LC, 



L L lUKBtn IS 

Was Foreman of Victoria 
Daily Times Pressroom for ' 
Twenty- Eight Years 



Well knowBL-tfuoughAut Weslera 
Canada among Mwspaper mechan- 

iral staffs, newa' eT the 'deitar~df 

Edward Z Corbett. who for -weiuv- 
eight years »a.s foreman ol Tlw Vic- 
toria Dally Times pres.sroom. will be 
receive^ w ^l^ rep^t bj^ ,a hokt ol 
friends. He passed fcway suddenly 
at the famllji-casldence. 2796 Duf* 
ferln Street, yesterday morning. 

The decea&ed was bom in Cork 
Ii e laiiU. "fttty^flve years ago. He 
came to Canada as a young man to 

follow hi.s trade, and served in dif- 
ferent positions m Toronto and Eii- 
monton before coming t'> the Ci'.iii 
-to Join the meciiaalcal «tan of The 
Vancouver Daily Provlnee. 

He came to Victoria in 1908 to 
take over ' the {X)«>t oi foreman oi 



CSTABtHSHED 1901 



1008 60VEIINMENT ST. 



EXTRA FINE QUALITY ENGLISH 

CHAMOIS GLOVES 

• AU, <>izp<; ■ 

• WmJE AND NATURAL fit PAIR 



$2.50 




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ENT 



IS 




Pacific Coast Credit Trends 
Better Than Anywhere 
Else on Continent 




The general Improvement in credit 

practice* in rer?nt years w-a.^ re- 
viewed yesterday by L. S Crowdc. * 
The Victoria Dally Times pressroom, I general manager and treasurer of 

and during his emp lo ym en t with he Katlonal ReUil Credit A.vs « i , 
many changea 



Well - Known Real Estate 
Man and Veteran of Riel 
Rebellion Succumbs 



in 
oi 



"The university is Just as high In 
111 standing as ever." he explained, 
"although greater care la noodad to 
balance the budxet ' 

« PaOF£8SOBS LEAVl.NO 

Some of the old profoMoni had 
reached the age limit and were re- 
tiring. Last year. I>ean De Lury 
retired a.n profe.-wor of mathematics. 
TWs year. Prof. M. A. McKenzie, 
tfao of the mathematical depart- 
OHht. will leave, as wlil Prof. w. A 
Parks, of the geology department 
Pmf Stephen Leaeoek has also re- 
tired ' 

The faaulty of medteine was 

continuing to progress. Sir Robert 
ssld. This year. Dean Filznerald 
will I r, I vol ihe world under aii.splce.s 
of the Rockeloller Foundation to 
.teach medicine. It was a high honor 
and an important mission, ttie vis- 
itor pointed out. 

Although the enrolment of stu- 
dents remained about the same, 
1,000. there had been no new buUd- 
Int programme. The unlveraity was 
iratt equipped., although it needed 
mors apnoa Ut a ttkitty. Mr Robart 
aakl. 

On Sir Robert s trip West this 
Ume, he reoeivtd iwoorary dootor of 
laws ddgraci from tHa univtniUea 
or flaskatehawan and Alberta. 



LEARN ERENCH 
ANUpUSH 

German Railway Officials 
Studying to Take Care 
Of Visitors 



Owing to the number of foreign 
viiiitors who attended the Fourth 
Olympic Winter Oamea at Oarmlsch 
Partenkirchen ai^ the large num- 
ber of reservations which have al- 
ready been madi^ for forei^ner.s dur- 
ing the F;ievenih Olympiad in Ber- 
lin from August 1 to 1^. the German 
o*"*** rtmummjm fiMve nau epecwr 
oouraes in English and Prench for 
their various railway offirinl.s who 
will come in contact with visitors to 
Germany this Simimer. 

Potelgn visitors will find that the 
railway officials will be able to con- 
ver.se in their pwn lanRuage and 
give th<mi sp^-cial attention, an-swer- 
ing nuniproii'. questions which arise 
every day, such as the use of com- 
partments, telegraph and train con- 
nections to other rounfrie.s Railway 
officials will al.v) be in a r>vltion to 
advice foreign traveler.^ on matters 
pertaining to pauporU and money 
regulatkms. 

Travelers to Oermany who are not 
familiar with the language should 
experience no difficulties. 



Credit Conference 
Here Will Conlude 
Its Sessions Today 

Hra\i<T I'ortioii of (](>nrla> c l*ro«;raiiinir Fiiiishcfi 
And l)«*lrj;atf*)* Will .\djoiirii llils Afternoon 
— -Attendance Records Are Shattered 



ITH the heavier portion of its programme concluded. 



gates to the sixteenth annual conference ' of retail 
credit executives of the Pacific Northwest will today 
conclude a two-da/ convention at the Bmpreaa Hotel. 

tnen. In their official capncily of 
fi (Jit Kranter.s. cater to the whirn.s 
of the customers He suK^ested 
that the credit department could, 
by the slightest move, lose 'old cus- 
tompra and prevent new ones pa- 
tronizing its firm. '_ 

POLICY DtCEKD 

Thi» policy of, .vlllng "terms" 
rather than a 'credit .ser\ire was 
decried by (leorife R Ra\mond. .Se- 
attle. In a paper on Collections — 
Rigid or Plexible." Mr. Raymond 
urged that a conuntmity eolleeUon 
policy be set up In each city. 

The speaker divid«xl retailers InU) 
I tiwee classes — those with limited 
I capital and no bank credit; those 



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puritir sad ia eaact «uantiii*a ordvr.d 



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ONLY 

MAY 19 



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AT YOIIP NEIGHBORHOOD PIGGLY WIGGLY! 



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CORN FLAKES ' 
FRASER GOLD PEAS 
SINGAPORE PINEAPPLE 
FLAKED TUNA FISH 
SANDWICH SPREADS 
eOLDENLOAF CNEESE 
OERTO 25c SOAP 

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20c 
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SUNSWEET PHUNES, 2 lb. fhg. — 

AUSTRALIAR. UUilML.-^ 

KRAFT MIRACLE WHIf. S'l oi lar 
POftKANP lEANS— Royil Ciry, l6ot. 
'WAXfAfR— MOa^y. tOO-feet rei 
mm NArKINS^Msdy. SO ssserterf i 



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MUTTON STFW lb 
MUTTON CHOPS, lb. .. 
VEAL, fir f tvwiwf , Ik. . 



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PEANUT BUTTER, bulk, lb 

BRi\<. vol a OWN rovrtinra 



"TTTIBISlratlon of 334 delegates, 
which 8U(?inent<>d by the attendance 
of IocmI merchants and busmcss- 
men boosted the total to 360. wi^ 
reoorded ' yesterday. This figure 
eclipsed all other attendance recorda 
at district convrntloru as delegates 
gathered to h' sr iiniv>ttaiU addre.'^.ses 
on credit and its application in bus- 
iness 

htobmAMMi roB today 

The proeramme tdday calls for 

deleKatj>s to reconvene at 9:15 s.m., 

under Pre.sident Oliver M Prentice. 
Victoria. Addres.«ie.s will be Riven 
this morning by the fnllnwnii? H 
C. Peterson. Spokane. "Tlie Why of 
Bad Debts": John N. Keeler. Port- 
land. "The Customer Is Always | with unlimited capital and a bank 
RiRhi ; O R Balrd. Vancouver, credit used up. end those with un- 
.Sales hv Credit Exerut u e>;." and at limited caplf.il and unlimited bank 
rornbmed luncheon nieptinR with credit.. Tlie first (jroup of neces.Mty 
Club I)r W. I had tlThave a rii?id collection policy 
J. Hindley, Seattle, will address del- The second (troup, dictated to by 
etatca on . Hidden Vahiffs ."— A JitiYa j.<tllsncial bnteixstl. pas. in-JiO.Jin 



Edward Charles Bentinck Bag- 
siiawe, aged seventy yeiuau. a resi- 
dent of this dty for the past thirty 
seven years, and a well-known 

— miB. liM it UW ff'""Y 
denee. 1405 Fnmwoed Read 

day momtnif. 

He is survived by his widow and 
ten children: Vivian. H'oel and 
Geoffrey, residing at home; Mrs. 
Cyril Beeston, MTi. Sybil Cowley. 

Mrs. Dudley A^as-slz. Mlwe-s Dorts 
and Catherine Bagstiawe. all of 
V.incouver; Mrs Lilia.*. Grey and 
Mrs. Ethel Green, of Lo.s Angeles 

The fui.eral .service will be held 
at St Matthia.s' Cliiiri h .tl 3 4.1 
4}.m. Wednesday, the cortege leav- 
ing Hayward's B.C. Puneral Ohap^l 
at 3:30 o'clock. Interment will be 
In the family plot in Ross Bay 
Cemetery 

BORN IN KNtil^ND 
Mr. Bagshawe was born at Blath- 
• •: \u( k»' Hall, neiir Nori liampton, 
England, and came to Canada in 
llta. Three yeara after his arrival, 
he served with Bolton's Scouts in 
ih- Riel Rebellion of 1M5. After- 
ward he took up farming and later 
entered business in Winnipeg, where 
he represented life and fire insur- 
ance companies 

In 1898 he raiiie tn the Pacific 
Coa.st. first M ^- i Vincouver 
and a year fatcr coming to Vic- 
toria. Mr. Bagshawe became inter- 
ested in real estate inveMment.s 
here, and waa prominent in real 
fs.ate biiMh< s.5 (iK ic.s for m.iny 
years. He was instrumental in 
bringing considerable capiul to 
thir city from Winnipeg' for invest- 
ment. 

Dunne the nre.ii, Wu Mr B,\n- 
.shawe took an active interest in the 
work of the Red Cfoss Association. 
He was a charter ^ member of the 
British Campaigners' Association 
and a staunch Conservative. 



The Times saw 

the mechanical development 
newspaper presses. - 

Mr.- Corbett waa well kiiSwn in 

bowlln»{ nnle.s. bi^iii? an H:d"nt 
lawn bovMer and a ineuibtr ol the 

Vu i4>ria Lawn fowling- Club. 

He Is survived by his widow, and, 
two sons. Edward. employad~ar The j QUOM 

Times and W ■ Ollie." who iS en- J P» M ^ 

graver at The Colonist. 

Puneral arrangfteents will be an 
nouneed later. 



tion^ St Louis. Mo., when he ad- 
dressed delegates to the Northwest. 

Reuu Credit CenfffciKt «t, me 

E^pe.sA Hotel 

Mr Crow del made .siKcial refet 
pii< e to the daiiK'i r of .celling credu 
terms iiutead of merchandise." an ! 
•tatlstica <and resolutions 
by credit grantors' a.'Ji'orla- 
tlons over the whole continent di,-- 
.io<.;ng nhal was being done to 
overcome these lactic*^ _ 




VEIiANDA OR 

$1.25 

i<r«t Selecrioil o> All tits Wanted 
I Ityles 

Standard Furniture 

737 YATES SHUT 



< . • • ■ . 

You can eot it 



imcnNCY PEAISBD 

The jU|i£i0}cy of the credit 



bureaus and associations on~ the 
Coart, he said, had brought about 

better conditions In credit work 
here than any w herr-^ ^bre 
continent Theie were no borders 
between United States and Can&Jii. 
aa far as the work of the national 

Jack King Pleads Guilty to Crowder declared. Bu.slne.vs condi- 
tions ui the United States were 
likely to be better this >-ear. with an 





ESMPt 




to Butchart's Gardens Is planned \ comfortable condition, he said. The 
for the afternoon. 

One of the Important features of 
yesterday's sessions was the group 
meetings. Vartous groups gathered 
in round-iiMe discussions to debate 
problems confronting each in Inisi- 
ne.v TJie seven sroup .ind their 
chairmen werr Installment hou.ses. 
Gordon Hagebloin. Seattle: monthly 
accounta and departmental ktores. 
Charles O, Bannc^, Vancouver: fi- 
nance and realty group. J M Win- 
ram. Vancouver: grA?>>rs J F Weth- 
erell. .Sjv^kane. nil dealirs Diile 
Davis. Seattle; bureau managers. W. 
D. McCune. Missoula, and adjust- 
ment managera, Bernard Cantor. 
Portland. 

EXTENDS WELCOME 
The pfflcia] welcome on behalf of 
the city was extended by Msyor 

David Leemlng He told the dele- 
gates of the many beauty >|)ot« in 
this city and urged them to take 
advantage of the, opportunities tb 
make themselves familiar with Vic- 
toria. Rt Rev. H. E. Sexton. BUhop 
Co-Adjutor of Columbia, pronounced 
the invornftnn before Mr Prentice 
railed the conference to order 

IttM address on "Sales Manage- 
ment in Relation to Credit " R 
Stuart Smith. Vancouver, declared 
that each departinent in sny or- 
ganization ■ had a prominent place 
in that business, and fhn' e- i ry co- 
opecation betlreeo ttie departments 
should be egtanda d . 

Salei^men and credit men should' Effective vest^rday. the, aU. mall 
be clo.selv alUe<i In their respective 1 fo,. •, polnta^wiIl.«loee Here at 3:30 



merchant In this division, he con- 



Motorbnat Capsized With 
Pleasure Partv of Ten .. 
~ — — r-^ Aboard 



tlnued had probably establi.shed 
I good vmU m it'i orBani74»tion. which 
would be (i' -^i rf)\ »■(! if a nuid col- 
lection policy were forced.. However, 
the dictates of the financial backers, 
many of whom knew nothing about 
credit granting, must be adhered to 
and whatever policy they stiggested 
wst follo«-ed out. 

The third group could have a 
flexible' policy, without destroying 
the tremendous good wiU the or- 

7ani/n : .11 hsd bulU up. The 
speaker di.vussed at length various 
types of collections and credit poli- 
cies end. accounts with which he 
had come In eontaet. 

OVERLOADING FUBLIC 

Mr Ravmond charged that .Mies- 
men, in their zeal to seH producu 
and the demands placed upon ihem 
by employers, wfre apt to overload 
the publh: beyond its capacity to 
pay. A new policy to thwart this 
unnecessary condition must be rea- 
soned out. .4aid the speaker. 

"We must put the brakes on sell- 
ing terms Instead of a eradlt-ssrv- 
Ice." he declared. The unfair prac- 

I tlce.s In credit grantlnir muat be 
abolished and the National Retail 

I Credit Association must make steps 

, tff BWrtl t aw B, he stated. 



VANCOUVER Mav 1« r Tlie 
twenty-six- foot gas boat Silver today 
waa resting in shallow water on the 
ahore of Burrard Inlet, having 
capelsed yesterday, throwing her ten 
passengers into the water 

Sidney Clayton, owner of the boat, 
left the Oore Avenue Dock with a 
party of nine picnickers for Gib- 
bons Landing. When they were 
about 300 yards from the \Uiarf. the 
boat suddenlv lurched on one side, 
ihrouiiii; all her passengen to'that 

side of the boat 

The weight of the passengers on 
this side turned the boat over and 
threw the people into the water. 

Ramon Zandi. r ftshHInfh. was 
nearby In his boat and came to the 
rescue, pulling five from the water 
the others being re<^rued hv 'he 
crew of the fir^boat Pluviui, which 
also sped to the scene. 



AIR MAIL LEAVES LATER 



! duties Mr 
i man as ttie 

tlon and Industry." Salesmen 
brought the products to general 
use, he said Sales management 

was es.=entlal h** continued. In order 



Smith described -s«ies-[pn, instead Of at 1:10 p.m.. ac' 
"co-workers, of inven- cording to Postma.ster O H Gar- 
diner The plane will leave Esqui- 
male Harbor at t:lt. ^Hita further 

notl<;e. 



pohcy I 



that a co-ordinated sales 

might become effeetive. _ 
EXPERIMENTS CO-^bl TTEn j VANCOUVER 
Referring to credit Mr Smith fold I man. slated to 
his audience that the application 
I of credit to busUMSs was a lierltege 
from cartteflt a«yr~Ho»e i« . la a 
modem civilisation many credit ex- 
periments had been carried out. 
with the result that credit was now 
a highly syxtematiaed profesalon. 
The majority of salea. conttnoad Mr. 
Smith, wen OMde en creiR 
Pbr this leasaa. he mM. an 
men «hmild Iwee • 
ground ~ 

hm 



TO W OOOD-BTI 




Second Charge of En- 
tering Home 

Jack King, who pleaded guilty to 
two charges of entering houses by 
nigliL for the putpKxse ol conunltting 
indictable offences may be .s<'ntenced 
this morning by Police Magistrate 
Jay. City prosecutor, C. L. Harri- 
son, Mid there were no other 
charges against the accused as far 
as the police were able to find. 

In addition to the charge <>f en- 
tering the home of C« F. Todd. 
1041 St. Charles Street, there was a 
serond fhaige laid yesterday of en- 
tering the home of Andrew Sheret, 
1030 St. Charles Street, to which the 
acciued . pleaded guilty and elected 
summary trial. 

TL'RNED HIM BACK 
Constable S. T. Ounneli testified 
that, in company with Constable 
Louis Callan. he went to the home 
ol Mr TiKld about 10:30 o'clock on 
the night of Wednesday last. 
Constable Callan weni inside ttie 
i^iidlng wiitie witness went to. Uml 
west side of the home. He, saw ac- 
ctised climbing over a porch. 

witness said he flashed his light 
on the accuM'd, who rc-cntercd the 
house. 

Constable Callan told of the ar- 
reat of the aocused inside th« build- 
inig. The constable said that he had 
gone upstairs In the darkness, and 

\ia.s making a search from room to 
room when he encountered the ac- 
cused. As King ran to a room the 
officer told him to stop where he 
was. 

MET BV C. IN FIRE 

The accused fired two shots, the 
constable said. 

Constable Callan fired a -shoe 
over the head of Uie accused and 
the latter fired three more shots at 
him. Later, the officer testified, he 
found the sheUa wjere^ blanks Wl^ 
ness fired a shot which hit King in 
the leg and saw him enter a bath- 
room When the ron.stable closed 
in on him the accused pleaded for 
the officer not to shoot and said he 
was wounded. The officer found 
King sitting In the bath. 

With regard to articles taken from 
the Sheret residenre. Constable Csl- 
lan testified, hr had Ihr next dav 
gone with the accu.sed to the home 
of Mr Todd and King revealed a 
small box under a wticelbarrow. 

It contained comparts cigarette 
casss, ra/' - u < ' - 

XJLrX HIS .MARK 

In the Sheret home a rug showed 

a footprint, which police .said, eor- 
respor;ded with the boots worn by 
the amjsed. An upstair window 
reached from an annex, had been 
opened snd a screw driver, found on 
the acrused. couM ' havc madt tha 

marks found. 

The accu.sed wa.s m his storking 
feet when taken. He was wearing 
gloves on his handU and Had his' 
boots fastened around his nock, 
police said 

rons'nble .Samuel MfKensle, whO 
.searched the acrased at the police 
station, said he found a revolver 
X«^0tt on King'a left leg. Hs t*sU- , 
fled j ewe l ery found dn -the acftwed ' 
had been, for the mo«t part. Identi- 
fied. This Included cuff links 
earrings, pearl ring necklaces, etc. 
He also had, a flashlight and a 
watch. f 

DEFENDS HIS MOTHER 
WITH WOODEN SWORD 




increase of 10 or 13 per cent over 
the 1935 figure expected in the re- 
tall field In 1935. reUlI credit 

totaled 80 per cent of the entiie 
I business transacted In the United 

States, he said. 

One of Uic most Important prob- 
jlema facing credit managers today. 
iMr. Crowder continued, was the 
'rehabilitation of the fonner go<^d 

charge customcT a.s a result of Ih- 

depression. Business should extend 

reasonable credit to such customers 

to allow them to become once more "■'•*">*»»l« ""n"*' 

active cu.stomers." Credit gr.mteis 

should tske the Initiate m placing 

such ctistomers back on ttie book.s 

of their firms. 

MltRT CI'RR PRACTICE 

The spesker told of the need of 
curbing the tendency to sell te^ms. 
inste.Kl of merehnndise Tliis wn-< 
more prevalent in the East -and 
Middle West, and .some concerns 
were breaktaig down the structure* 
of credit by an exaggerated applies- 
tion of the InatsIIment sv.*iem 



.such ni'^.isures a 
he declared. - 

Credit men must, continued Mr. 
Crowder. educate thdr customers to 
pay their accounts on time and to 
re.stiict tlM> time for ptyMOli !• 



Queen Victoria onee went to take 
tea with Mr Arthur B<'n.son "Sht 
did not find .stalr.s ea.sy; but In thu 
hou.se &hr had only to climb a few 
At airs. This pleased Her Majeaty, 
and when she arrived a little red 
in the face at the top of the .stairs 
-he turnpd round aid .said Mr Ben- 
.von. what a nice old staircase you 

have" 

"There the conversation might 
have ended, but unfortunately Mr. 



Bensm thought it necessary to 
tong-t#mr eri'mr sirwsunts .should ]tinn tliat the staircase was a 



be optxvrd hv rrcdii men, he said 
Under the terms of the Federal 
Rousing Administration In the 
United Statea. a three-vear cred't 
policy hsd been adopted Stvles 
and prices change so quickly that 



ern iiiiiiation of .in old model. Her 
Ms^esty turned a sha<te redder and 
remarked with considerable em- 

phs.sl.s: 'What T .said Mr Benaon. 
wa.s what a nice old .staircase you 
haye'l- 




May \% (f — K 
appear in police 
court today on a ctiarge .of ob- 
structing a police ottcer. left town 
Instead. He left a note for tlie 
court explaining he was going in 
search of work. The ease was re- 
mi " " 



ITie. Colonist may be -roeorad at 
the intamatlnnal News Stand jf 

■eltildfe * oo. Osford 



Firstdrnpof FrrrzanM 

Mtops all pain 



Do esn t hurt <jne bit Drop a little 
FREKZONE on an selling com in- 
suntlv that com stops hurting, 
then shortly yea Uft tt Itfllt <^ 
with fingers 

You r dr uggist sells s tiny bottle 
of FREEZONE for a few cenU. suf- 
fletent to remove every hard com 
com between the toea. and the 
foot calhises. iritlieel eawasa or 
IrrftaUen 



BRIDGEPORT. Conn May 13 (if 
—A physician and an ambulance 
driver came to the tioroc of Mrs 
mnarwiiaiMCttartD tnonfer her to 
k hospital, but flrfit they tiad to sub- 
due her nine-year-old .son Clifford 
who rushed it ttie doctor with a 



Clifford r e m e m be r ed that tils 
father was taken away in an ambu- 

Irr^e more than a 
never came back. 



•new Of NEW BRimtWICK 



SAINT JOHN. NB Mav IS r 
Winter took a parting shot at New 
Bninswtck Saturday and scattered 




Alway s Bet on 
a Sure Thing! 



**Frctty good adiice and -.when 
yoii*re roTling-your-own, the *%w 
thing' Ii Ogdtii't Fine Cut. For 
€H|dcn*t dbiv roll • better diUirette, 

a milder, rooirr, smoother cijlarette. 
That's Juat why Ogden'a to the 
^^'mm^m^lwovmk^ m^ men who 

ton their own. Put your money on 
0|4tli!li^ Mow tbat times are better 
fou can easily afforJ the beet dta- 

fette toh.irco. Bp ^iire to use the 
*^at papers, i*k>. 'Chantecler* or 
'Vot«e.* And don't forfct^tlMt 
purple, easy-openinil rlhbon on the 
Ogden's package is mighty bandy in 
iwhmlng flM CeOopluuM wrapper. 



OGDEN'S 

FINE CUT 

PS^Ymr P$f9 kmwK Ofdfm'tCmt PImg 



■ r •. 



• THE DATLV COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C., TrF.SDAY, MAY 1^, 19.^ 



The Daily Colonist 




F^Ubllah«d IBS* 

— , 

Ta» ColoaUt Prlntlni 



^Ll*l3LliSte"***^ Compel, 



JLI.. 



tubterlptlon lUte* tar OmtIot and by Mall la IMitrieu 
. Oca t lfuoiM to Victoria, flmred by CatonUt 
City Carrltrt: _ - 
Yearty . ^ 11300 

Monthly , : 1 , loO 

AU aubccrlpluMi rate* payabla In vivance. iJUii sub- 
•crtben arc requested to nUke all remittances direct 

to The Dally Colonist 
Bubaenbm lo •tderlns ehADf* of sd<lrv ilioittt be 
ptrtMiiltf to glv* both old and ^ addnai. 
■ubMripUMi RjttM by ICaU: 
Vb Canada, Great Britain, tha, OnHad Mataa and 
Mexico, except .dlatrlCij aa abova: 

Yearly MM 

EaU-Yearly J.OC 

rua.terly 1.50 

1iM«l«y. May 19. 1936 
■ALES TUStiH ALBBRTA 



The only thing nirtr than taxei ia Increased 

tayf.s AlbfTta, llie province lhat had been look- 
ing forward lo the Utopian dream of aomeihinK 
for nothing, to be given by a Oovemment out or 

-tha fullnos.s of Us boiinly, now ha.s a sales ta.x, a 
now imposition from the provincial standpoint 
Which la expected to hrlng in 12.000. 00 0 a n n ua lly 
to the treasury. Thu. hard-pre.sfied citizens are 
shouldering the new burden. atUl suffused vfith 
the hope that a^ national dividend wUl ease tlielr 
years. IL Is a burden spolcen of by The Calgary 
Daily Herald as "legi«latio{) of that Icind where the 
aole dOTernmenC Idea ia to collect -revenue without 
proper regard to the dlalocatkm of buMnoM that 
may ensue." - 

In Alberta, more iq cotjijiaratively spealclng, 
than with the Oominion'^sales tax, the Impost H 

, going to take a lot of money to collect There Is 
a good deal of confusion about it Already for ap- 
parently no reffttlatlona were drawn up In ad- 
vance. There are some 8,000 retail merchants in 
Alberta. These all have to be taught nvhat are 
the regulations governing the application of the 
tax. and taught after It Is applicable Instead of be- 
fore, for the tax is now in force. Moreover, certain 
busineaa methods will have to be changed. Here- 
after. In that province a purrha.^cr must get a re- 
ceipt for every purchase. What a labor to place 
upon atorea. aa if buataieaa Is not sufHciently 
shackled and handicapped. Human iiiKrmiity 
goes on devising ways and means to retard a re- 
tMrti toi^roaperlty. 



fxprcs.Mon fif opinion inconabtcnl »uli the views 
of th£dj£i&Lor or tlie uilmg oligarchy* Today, 
Ateedom stlU has a home in the Brlt)^ Imiflre. 
In the United States, in Somdin.tvia. and a few 
other countriea, but many jniUions of people are 
under the arbitrary rule of dicta tonhtps of one 
k 11(1 or another. i 
Here is cdiiriescehslon. Indeed. There is no hint 
of the pan played by Dr Lowell's country as re- 
gards economic nat lonali.sm and ic t fictions uppn 
International trade. Ever since the time when 
the Americans went In Un ■ proicviion. " over a 
hundred years ago, they have pursued v».nii t ver- 
IneieaslnR emphasis, the veiy policy which, in Dr. 
Lowell s opinion, ha.s had so much to do with our 
present economic plight. Uncle ^am s poMcy has 
been to sell his goods abroad as much as possible 
and tu buy as Utile pub.'.ibie from abroad, 
■ven when, at the close of the war, America be- 
came a great creditor nation, when, iirdeed, her 
true inleFect lay in increasing international 
trade, ahe insisted that foreign debta ^hottld be 
paid In gold, not In goods, and took a hUh moral 
tone in condemning those of her debtors whose 
stock of gold was exhausted and who were* pre ^ 
vented, by the hish tariff of the United Stales, 
from paying their bills with goods. -No cuuotry 
Ih the world has done more to depress Interna- 
tional tf.ide and pioinote the spread of economic 
nationah.sm than the United States. 



■•ch eh«nft «t Manr-coiortd lit* he drfw, 
Cxiikuitrd vorld*. alie tbtn imaOiMd nrw 

Such U tht it«U of lift tMt Bon* irt 
ha»»|i but ky thtf antlclptuon of «bAi)&f. 
TlM ehanct, hmK m nothini, but when wt 
have mkdc'it. tht otst 
back M*ln.— Johiuon, 



MB. AHDKEW J. B^HTBL 



MBBB VON BIBBBNTmOP 



He was a man who. when In hi.s prime, had a 
great deal of energy, and business ability above 
the average. As a consequence, and Htiecause of 
his 'initiative and entorpn.se, he became widely 
known, and particularly because iiis interests 
were varied. In mining, sealing, the fishery in- 
dustry and In ship repairing, as well a.s in other 
ventures, his name stood higii in the industrial 
Ufe in this part of Canada. He was, iiideed. a 
man who had the (acuity of being successful 
with many irons In the fire at the same time, 
and In all his relationships everyone spoke of 
hini with high regard. 

Mr Bechtel spent more J.han sixty years in this 
city. In fact by far the greater part of his work- 
ing life, and he was a definite factor in Victoria's 
growth In development lie alway.s had the cour- 
age of his convictions, and vision, as well, about 
th-J future: H e will P« HIlMea By Ml th o-sp old- 
time Victorians who knew him .so well, and lie 
had a host of friends. Very deep sympathy will 
go out to his sons and daughtei^ who survive. 



If the angels' have any tears to 
s) led. we expect they are shedding 
ihcm now— that U. if the angels 
bother their heads at all about the 
fnntastie tricks they see being 
played 6q earth. We hive had no di- 
rect advjoe from celestial regions for 
some days tt would be both in- 
teresting and mformatlve to have 
an unbiased epiiUfln about what 
v.. happening In the* aflalrs of na- 
tions and of what Is likely to be 
the upshot or tty whole tatama- 
tional situation. Where there is 
smoke ascending there must be fire 
biirnintr. VVhrn ihcie Ls a sound of 
ruiiibiiiiK In a~ mountain am! a 
trembling In the surrounding part.s 
of the earth, those who have had 

experience of such things Icnow a 
volcano U getting ready for an 
eruption land that the time has 

come 10 take precautions and to 
make provisions. At .such times 
and in such regions in.surance 



diploiiiaiv lias laded utterly. There 
Is more Mtiemess and tfkoord in Uic 
«-n;-!ri t<<<ins t'rm there has been 
for years. Naiiuns are engggd in 
inCflgMas uacrat diplomacy! against i ^ 



lcttcri'*(£>iitoi] 



.N > ) 



ti or 



nations Leaders in the nations MPei^ 
engaged in intrigues against one j 



iuinttur* antl 
.ddrct.^ 01 tb» »ruer TW» rult aaalU , 
of no *k«w(iOi> No Itiwr tMM t«e««* i 
' W .towUi 



ilMeOL BOABD AmUBg 

of the 



aneUiar. Mteilons are conspiring! Slr.-The pre^.^ reiv)rt 

There St liable to ! School, Board nieciins thLs week un 



BKain.st factions 
be blood purges as preludes to 
changes of govemaentijand foms 

of ~admii^i.'=!rnTioii at anytime and 
, in several count lies 



The Observation Car 



BY rue BOITQRlAl< 81 Arr 



An older generation knew the late Mr. A. J. 
Bechtel better than many latter-day Victorians, 
for he was one of the oldeif^jof t-he-^remstnl|Ig~t'pre^uihs are'a^ 
old-timers, and in past years he was a.lITOininent 

flfure In the Industrial life of the comm un i ty . | The sUte of the world today may 



Rtrr Joachim von Rlbbenthrop, who la now 

Germany's Icadlni,' diplomatist, was a realdent of 
Ottawa immediately prior to the Orett War. As 
now. so then, he was always faultlessly dressed 

and spoke Engll.sh fluently. He wa.s taken up by 
Government House and attended tennis and 
bridge parties there. He acquired a considerable 
knowledge nf Cin.Tda \thile here, but apparently 
failed to sen.se the spirit of the people. It Is 
related that, on August 4, 1914. he lunched In a 
restaurant at Ottawa with some of his young 
associates, and the talk was of the conditions in 
Europe, where the Germans were on the march 
to B 'lsiwm. The luncheon party discussed what 
Ori>a.t Britain would do, and Herr von Rlbber- 
Ihrop ventured the remark: "Of course, you 
Canadians will not be m it He was .sceptical 
when assured that Canad4 would stand by Great 
Britain. That night Great Britain declared war 
on Oermany. and von Rlbbenthrop disappeared 
from Ottawa, making his way to Germany, via 
New York, by pa-sslng hlmseli off as an English- 
man. He Is now one of the leading figures in his 
QDuntry, and has won a reputation for diplomacy 
almost equal to that of Mr. Anthony Eden. 



It is a mistake to say that food values depend 
on cash cost, for the best foods can be made 
valueless by cooking If the possession of ample 
money were the only safeguard apalnst mal- 
nutrition, then how Is it that pcoijle of other 
nationalities thrive on h .s.s nMncy and better 
food than we d6? The Turkish Hamals i porters* 
are so strong that they ace said to be able to 
carry a piano on their back. The Egyptian 
Fellaheen have an lmmen.se Qapaclty for work, 
and so have the peasants of Savoye. They are 
paid what would not be considered in this coun- 
try enoui,'h to keep body and .soul together. Ob- 
viously the people of >vhat are regarded as the 
more civilised lands have a good deal to learn 
about diet, and more still to k-arn about the kind 
of diet which will act as a preventive to disease. 



TUB MOTE AND THE BEAM 



Many years ago. James Russell Lowell wrote 

his celebrated essay. 'On a Certain Condescen- 
sion ai Foreigners. ' which was in substance a 
bitter protest agaUist the prevailing European, 
and chiefly BritLsh. attitude towards Mr Lowell's 
countrymen m respect of American culture, lit- 
erary, artistic, and musical standards, style of 
.speech, political morality, and personal manners 
It was written shortly after the American Civil 

Wac^4uilme when f^ng in the United .SUtes 

• ~ w as now too friendly to anything BritOh. Ifi the 
coiirae of time the unhappy inferiority complex 
at the back of the American protestations disap- 
peared so completely that latterly the charge has 
been brought against our good neighbors that 
tljey. In their turn, have become affected, or in- ' 
.ected, with the virus of "eondeacension," and 
that this shows itself In thetf lofty erlUclsm of 
.other nations. ' 

Another Lowell, president emeritus of Amerl- 
ca'.s most distinguished university, haa Just writ- 
ten a little essay of pei haps seventy-five hundred 
words. In which he undertakaa to line up Vn per- 
. spectivp the .vquence of Important events and 
tendencies from the close of the Great War to 
the pfoaent day. The tnio of the essay Is "Re- 
flect ion.i In a Whirlpool •• To those who are will- 
ing to admit that the present has something to 
learn from the past, the leisurely Reflections of 
one who, during hi.s active years, 'was an out- 
standing llgurc in American life, must alway.s be 
Intereatlng, and may be Illuminating \i may be 
preaunfed that Dr. Lowell's point of view is thai 
of the educated glasses in the United States, and 
his account of the matter may be briefly sum- 
mari/eil . , 

It is to the effect that the f^rst slRnlfleaht 
feature in the International seme when tiie war 
ended was a change of attitude Ih the several 
fcovrrnment^ of the former allies and i-onfed- 
crates towards one another Each nation bent 
Its efforu to th« task of regaining its own eco- 
nomic position and prestige wltii but little regard 
to tlie general condition of the world. The rise of 
economic nationalism naturally led' tu igai r tt 'tlon 
• — of Iniernatlonnl trade Very soon there api eared 
(|in<l this was obviously f legacy from the war > 
a general habit or practice. In many countries, 
of looklnp fo the Oovernnien! for direction and 
control. Moreover, Government« which had 
wteMed arbitrary powera during .4he war were 
onl> t(»r) ready and willing to retain and even to 
extend those powers and functions. 

Bome of thaw Oovtmmenta soon began 
to exercise their powm In the field of 
currency, frequently with disastrous results. 
'ftieseVicks of monetary legerdemain laid a heavy 
hwdan d)Mn wage-earners, and. indeed, upon all 
tith fixed intofnes, salaried people, depositors in 
aaviAfa banks, hnlders of bisurance policies and 
1 wig" :iiHili liHWiht- their pet^ple to the edge 
cl ral«: by toeae Tiears bv llriiUlng or destroy- 
iaf foteL'tC ;eada ct: ta:n 0/)vt^nmpnis proceeded 
to *hf gtot*" by ronr^rating political 

r vi«" T in 1 ."' vV.ar.ds in- 1 ■ TV- n There 
^ll^oU^od Mkiu!'Allf the iaiU««M supi>4e«M<{a^aU 



The death is announced of Dr. ftledrlch Stolz, 

the inventor of pyramidon. which was Introduced 
to medical practice in 1896. The drug is in as 
common use In Oermany as aspirin Is In this 
country Selentifically it is known as "Dlmpthyl- 
amlnophenyldlmethylpyrazolonum, which mu^t 
be a strong competitor for the lonfest-#ord In 
the language, containing aa It does thlrty-eifht 
letters. 



A recent book on Christopher Columbus says 
that II only cost ■$? son to discover Americ.i It 
has co.st the American people billions of dollars 
to discover President Roosevelt. 



The Weather 

Offlce. Victoria, B.C. 'at 7 00 ,i»in., 



Meteoi r>|oKlcal 

May 18 . ig34. 

SYNOPStS OP WEATHER CONDITIONS 

T)ie barojii(<t<-r tia.^ fal>n on (lie Coa.st. and clolldy, 
mild weather prevails over Ihia Province. 

Pine, mild weather Is reported in the Prairie 
Provlncee. 

PRECIPITATION AND TEMPBRATURBB 

(Precipitation for twelve hour.-i to 5 00 pm.; tempera- 
tures for twenty-four ijours.) 



be compared to the condition of a 
volcano when it begins to rumble 
and to belch smoke. The League of 
Nation^ has been striving to 'smother 
the nre at Its source, but has been 
handicapped by two facU: The fire 
Is burning in several places and the 
flre-tigiiling machinery of the 
League Is both defecUve and in- 
adequately manned One part of 
tjig^ngme has been pumping water 
on t he fl ames a n d an o th er part 
fannlng_them. That l.s one reason 
why the prophets of gloom predict 

a ^ H HWH w i ma w iiy luiime 

souls who have faith in the predic- 
tions of the propheu can hear In 
theu- lma«lnattons the crack of 

doom ami see with the eves nf tlielr 

imaginations the crash of civilua- 

tkm. ~* ~ — 

• * • 

The Immediate source of danger Is 
Italy and the source of ultimate 
ix<ii! Ir the enthusiasm Of the 
Italians lor one whom they believe 
to be a reincarnation of the Caesars 
in all their glory The faith of the 
Italian people In their hero might 
be sublime if it were not pathetic 
to think that rational beings could 
be so completely hoodwinked <or ia 
it hypnotised 7) by the voiee and 
the Ke>iure.s we were going to 
write of a po.seur or play-actor— but 
Mussolini has pcoved by what he 
has done for Italy in the way of 
both state^nanship and bu.sine.ss 
that he Is a man of affairs and 
ahilrv Thi' tutor l.s not denclf»nl 
m vaiuly. but he Is not a vam 
boaster. He is a man of action as 
well as of >f'ord.s- and that Is what 
makes him dangeroas^^hai might 
pcrsaps be called Int^rmitlonal 
Public Enemy no. one. 



A Change Nfrnt 

When archaeologlsli open tombs 
sealed in or before the days of the 
Pharoahf and rifle them of-theiL 
treasure*— well, they are arehaeol- I 
ORist-s But sometimes they find | 
that «>i4**p» imm-~- p a tn -ahead -oZ-. - 
t ! > < n 1 tbeae-ars always nftbers.— 

Matters of Moment 

.Mjoliiion ol the Irl.^li Free State 
Senalc will be tleall Willi totUty in 
the Emerald Isle. Wonder if Can- 
ada wiU follow SU1»^ . . . Since 
Canadians purchase an enonnous 
slice of most BMrehandiie- -ad- 
vertised In radio broadcasts, 
shouldn't listeners north of the 
49th parallel be provided with 
programmes more pleasing to 
Oanadlan ears? The average radio 
fan with a big set that reaches 
out considers the Canadian Radio 
Commission a loke as far as pro- 
vidUig enlerummeni is con- 
cerned ... we read lhat R«- 
glna has twoed down the of- 
fer of a Fort nances, Ontario, 
wlzart who guaranteed to side- 
track Rtorms. chase off or bring 
ram and provide .sunshine for 
$5,000 per vear The si^\-ier* 
human mdr. niuul now on hit. 
way to Interview the British 
Columbia Oovemment ... A 
..United States phv.s lclan has de- 
veloped a sure relief for asthma 
sufferers by usins a mixture of 



fortunately leav«a the impre.-MOn 
lhat high-handed methods of ip- 
timldatlon are being adopted- to 
bring certain memben Of the heard 

inW subjection. — 

Would^Tt' be loo much to demand 
I ri " oi ding of tlie exact wording of 
;nr pieviqus meeUng's minutes. One 
concludes Trustee- Mr.s .MacLaurIn 
L< still of the opinion lals has noi 
been done. Before matters of such 
great' imporunce-gflLiflO far. a pui- 
!te Inquiry into School Board aflalrs 
m general would clear the air. 

"aIiICE MctiRIiOpR. 

IIM Camrose Creecent, Victoria. 
B. C , M ay It, - 



ORANGE PEKOE BLEND 
A ■ A «■ an 




TOGS FOR THE SCHOOL SPORTS 

'"—lar Skarto. tiri Olrli' MhcrU, mt: Athlrtic ithiru. l.V* 
aaaalM SIMM mm4 AakI* B*rk». Hi. 

THE ""WARIHOUSE'' 



1 1 DcaiUi Sti«*( 



III* Ocrtraaifal «lr*«t 



HOMEWORK 
Sir.— I. have read you interesllng 
articles for .some months past about 
h^pjev^ork M;^ own experience may 
toi InlercsunK al.so. I commenced 
school beffire fo'ur yr- ""; of age In 
England, liliy-four > r.' J ago. I never 
remember having a Ivome lesson. In 
my life. None of our family failed 
In any subject at the yearly exams. 
I left school at rleven to work as a 
hired lad on a farm wh 'ii I was in 
the sixth standard For two or 
three years we paid twopence per 
week and I never rememl>er having 
to buy an article tor school purposes. 
When leaving, I had a good gen- 
eral educatirn. and had my sp>l-\ere 
been anywhere el.se than in a rouKh 



preserved and developed for all fu- 
ture time? " ^ 

Pas.sibly there is no man - cer- 
,^ainly no memljer of the LeKisla- 
lure— who has given more tune and 
thought to this matter tlian. the 
member for Mackensie, and oi»-thl» 
.>,ubject he "speaks as one having 
authority, and not as the .scribes." 

yad th is meeting >been organised 
iir either of the "old orthodes-^it- 
leal parties. ' it Is just possible that 
b police squad might ■ have been 
there to malnlaln order With all [ 
due respect-to Mr Butlei , and wluU' 
expressing regret that hr siiouUi 
have met with such an unfortunate 
expwBnee, I think that when he 
reflecu. he will In all fairness ab- 
.solve the CCF. from being the 
'■au.se of hl.^ dtscomlUure. In .sayini; 
ihl.s, ma>~ I .sugKe.si to thase who 
country village, it would have done gre responsible for holding ihe.v* 



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Week End Specials 



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CranldKh HoioeSchool 

FOR BOYS 
A frivjtt Elcmtntary and High School 

C. V. MILTOK. A.C.P. 
CaSkM* Bay awS K aplra MM 



me more good. Most was soon for- 
gottea 

H FIvETCHBR 
1219 24th East Avenue, Vancouver 
B.C.. May 13. IMg. 



BANKS AND SOCIAL CEEDIT 

Sir, — I am deliKhUd lo v-c that 
Mr. Percival has at last discovered 
that Douglas Social Oredlt pro- 
ccaala are In opooeltlon to and caU 



helium and oxyk;en. but the U S 
Government mon(>;)oly on helium 
production makes the cost of the 
remedy prohibitive . Over 
the week-end we took a long dflVe 
with our tobacconi.st friend. Half 
wiiv down a steep hill we urned 
him lo go easy He told me he 



could not slow down because the, propose to create money In a new 



for the abolitiiSn of what !.<* known 

as "banklnBr practice This dis- 
covery might ha\e been made by 
Mr Pereival with murii leM pain 
and effort lo himself by the rel- 
atively simple process of consultint; 
tlie Social Credit pmpoAals them-> 
nelven. but now that it is made, let 
us be thankful. 
Ucuglas Social Credit doea not 



Victoria 

Nanalmo 

Vancouver 

K; .ikx>pa 

Prtnec Qeorge , 
Brtevan foint . 
Prince Rupert . 

Atlin 

Daw.son . 

Seattle 

Portland 

San Francisco 

Spokane 

Los Angeles 

Pentlcton ., 

Vemon 

Cirand PV>rks . 
Nelson ..„■... 

Kaslo 

C.-anbrook 

Calgary . — 

m on ton 
Swift Current 
Prince Albert. . 
Sa.skatoon 

0\i A|)i)elle . 

Wmnipeu . 
Moose Jaw . . . 
Sunday— 

' oronto -s^ . 

Ottawa 

Montreal 

Saint John'... 
Halifax 



MONDAY 



Rain 


Mm 


Max. 




49 


«S 




M 


73 




50 


•4 


mm 


4« 


80 ' 




32 


74 




48 


flO 


08 


42 






36 


42 




32 


58 






74 




h6 


70 




04 


60 


• * 


46 


8: 




hH 


72 




42 






42 






38 


78 




38 


74 




36 






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l« mUes: 
, 4 miles; 



Minimum .....i- . .- 

AveraKo 

Mlnimuin or, the ^ira.ss 

Weather, cloudy, sunshine. May '7. 12 hra.. 42 mui. 
I:M PJL WEATHER RkPORTS 

VI el or ia— Barometer. 29.83: wind. 8W. 
cloudy. - •■r-^ * 

Vancouver— Barometer? MJa: wmd, 

rlmid'. 

Kani;.M,)K iiaioiiKM.-i j<.) SK vind. B.. ff mlios; falT. 
Prince Ucprge^Baromc^r, 28.73; wind. SW. 30 
allaai fVwtdr. 

' Prtnce Rupert— Barometer, 3l,7g; wmd. NW . lO 
miles: clear. • ^ , 

Estevan Fomt-rKuoBieierr 3t ee : wmd. 8E.. 28 miles: 
fair. _ 

Tatooalvi-Barometer, Ig.TS; vtnd. EW., M miles; 
cloudy, 

Portland Baiwiisisr. W.ii: vtnd. f,. l miles; 

raininn. , » ' . 

Seattle— Barometer. 30.86; wind. 8W.. 9 miles; 

r.oudy. 

San mnclsco-aawm e tef. I0j04; wind. W,JM mtim; 
laift 



But there are .subterrann^n fires 
burning in other parts of the \Korld 
besides In the .slopes of Mount 
Vesuvius. The atmosphere over 
several of the nations is what 
might be called sulphurous. The 
new diplomacy Which was to .>ave 
the world from deslrtiellon has 
(ail«d lo function, it failed because 
the structure through which its ob- 
torts were to be given expression 
became an object of scorn to the 
leaders of some of the chfef oT ibe 
nations The old diplomacy was 
'■ 1 co n demned by commentators whose 
^tentkms weR well mefant. but who 
made no allowance for the vaxaiie.s 1 
of human nature Hie old diplo- 
macy was charged with being 
responsible for waia.. and .aU^the 
111.' which were the consequences 
of war.s because if never would 
put all iU diplomatic cards on 
tiie 'table. There alyaya were 
follows like Bismarck or Molke who 
either kepi aome cards up their 
sleevea or destroyed them as scrape 
of paper. 

* • • 

A few years ago orators on the 
.stump and emotional «Tlters In 
the newspapers rejoiced when the 
late President Wilson (a truly good 
man. but not very broad-minded' 
made a new map of Europe, and 
announced with Its adoption that a 
new national eon.se lotwness had 
been created and a new sy.stem of 
diplomacy established. . The fact 
has vet to bo proved that nations 
ran bo pacified by classifying them 
upon maps and telUng the people 
in them that tho\ must sta^ a« put. 
Tlie fact has agaui been proved that 
human nature cannot be Changed 
by the adoptkm of ruleaer rseolU- 
tlona 

• • 

Tt)»4Wtlons have forgoiten Pres-< 
ident Wilson and all his high Ideate. 
The League of Nations ha,s not 
united the nations. It has not 
esublished peace upon earth. -Prob- 
ably no power given under" heaven 



brakes were not holding. "But it's 
all rlKht." he smirked. "The horn 
works fine." Bill, the Braid 
Street barber, suggests a Do- 
mlnion-w'ido conlrst for provinces 
to see which one ^an run the 
longest on an unbalanced budget. 
— O.B. 

• • • 

Bcautification Modrmc 
Hank tUe Philoso;)n( i ays Mod- 
em gurls ought to be a sllC 
smarter then ther' grandmaws. 
but ah caln t recall jrandmaw 
o\i r u.i.stin' .1 hour puUIn' out hoi 
eyebrows an then hookm" on a 
fake set o* eyelashes.'- W.I.P. 
• • 

The Park Problem 

Some people, have been talking 
' to themselves about the condition 
of Centfal Park during the past 
few weeks, Thev are grouching 
because II wnsnt ready for the 
openmu of the .soltball se.i.son 
Well. It wa.sn'1. and that's that, .so 
what are you going to do about U 
First they wanted the park's face 
lifted, a move I advocated for a 
long time, and now that the llft-|| 
lUR Is W'll under wav. thev nre 
still coniplaliunt: Tli- pmk ams 
a pitiable .sight, there was no 
question about thai^sQ- "Jimmy' 
Adam^Tmd his parks board went 
to work and decided to do a real 
iotf of renoviitine it which hv 
the way.' will take time 1 walked 
through the park the other o^ n- 
ing, and. after looking it over, I 
decided the work would prbgre^ 
much quicker If Alderman Adam 
had some co-operation from the 

- puhhr - titat ptrtrtlr which wjttks 
through ti every day, e.specially 
whero tho work Is bemg done 
Rocks the slse of dogs are being 
hoisted out of the ground dally, 
which means a thorough Job will 
be completed It will take time, 
so you Softball fans Just be pa- 
tient and two real diamonds will 
be presented to you when ih<' 
work Is nnlshed. Don't blame the i 
parks board for tearing up 'the 
fields as thev w oi o blame ,me, for 
1 am Indirectly responsible for it. 
so < former aldeTman tells me. 



and .unsound manngr: the present 
method used by the banks in creat- 

Ini? money, bv bo<:)k enti-v is by far 
the most .srieiiMfir evor cMihod and 
wruld be UM (I 

But at this point Douglas S(X'ial 
Credit departs from ".<ound bank 
practice" entirelv Instead of the 
additions to the voliim« of money 
rertUlrcd hv .m rxpandiii'; ecf ncmy 
being issued as debt to the banklni; 
sy.stem so that all new m'mey In 
existknce is a debt to the. banks, 
this new money would, under Social 
Crodit be Ksued Into the economv 
(/lice and for all. at the (xiint of 

:;ilc ol ROOds. 

lu oUirt words, tlie mcney would 
be distributed solAy for the con- 
sumuption cf goods, as an addition 
to the purchasing i>»wer received 

bv the ocrple fri.m their ordinaiA 
wages, profit, etc This additinn:il 
pureha.'^inR p'-wer would hi' i-su'^fl 
in such a manner as to make total 
purchasing power avtllable at any 
I? I ven time exactly equal to the 
prices of the goods which have 
l:i cn produc ed and which must br 
.s< Id and their full cof.xs recovered 
If the economy . Is to expend to th* 
full extent of which It U capable 
Then, when the producers as a 
whole can .'^ell all their goOds and 
the pecplf can bif all the KO^ds 
produced by tanns and Industries 



meetings, that they might be well 
advised to ask the eO'Operation oi 

the police In seeing that there is no 

lecunence of such a scene as that 
of Sunday niKht. Tlie future wcl- 
lare of Brilish Columbia, to mv 
mind, is so closely linked up with 
the success of UUs movement, that 
anything likely to brfiig It into Con- 
tempt or dLsrrputo should be avoided 
as far as Is humanly possible. 

UAVlUURlE f E lULE W E ttc- 

loin Fsirnnd Rood, Vleterla. LOn 

May 13. 19,t6 ' 

I.OfUiKRS' STRIKE 
Sir,— Having had .vime little ex- 
perience in logRing ciinii^ m \ \ri<>;is 
parU of the province, 1 woukl ap- 
preciate the chance ot showing our 
loggers tiie serlousneae of forcing 
another strike, and would point out. 
for their con.sideration. the pitiful 
retiulu of the l&st strike in this 
province, namely, of the longshore- 

mon 

We have Ju^t b<"Kiiii to .see dav- 
llght. as far as Old .Man Depression 
is concerned, and hundreds of men 
who have been in receipt ot relief 
for months and months have gone 
out to the logging camps, and now 
are In receipt (if wastes enabling 
them to get back to where they be- 
kmg, paying their own way, getting 
new Clothes, and eating, without 
having to go through the heart- 
brciklng process of obtainmR relief 
Now, If this strike thai is talked of 
comes off It mean.s back to the 
lian(l-i>ul on the bread line. 

.S;iri'lv It 

subversue foi ce.s which are 
iiiiJci ;iiining our province arc not 
really concerned with tlie k)ggers 
well-being so much as they are with 
throwing every Industry Into chaos. 



STOCKCRS 
ECURITY 
TORAGE i;; 

VICTORIA'S FINEST 
rURNITURI • • 

• • WARINOUSE 

MOVING •PACKING 

• PHONE G8I8I • 



Joseph Rose 

optometrist 



ISIS 0***r««*al St 



PhMi* e Mil 



Shropshiir LatV* 



ay VCRNON TiMstjn.j:Y 
Hudson Hardy. Housman . . 
The death on Mav Day. this year, 
of Allred EdwtiKl Housman. late 
Professor of Latin ai C.imbndge 
University, brought lo a clo.se the 
career' of one pf the gicaiesl 
scholars in Europe and one of the 
most Rlgnilicant. Influences in mod- 
ern Enjfli.sh poetry. 

Tlic sli;uil?r tlUIlK about Mi'M iimH 

IS not llial he unli piiKl ■ m ■> 
sUm volumes of verse duiing lu.^ 
LS obviou* to the loggers I Hfettme but that he wrote p«^lry 

at all Ho was born In Shropshire 
in 18.s'J and liis first book of i>oetiis 
• A Shropshiro Lad, " was publisliod 
In 1896. AUlKJUgh "A Shropshire 
Lad" Is not. In any aecepted sense, 



Tlio loggers would be poorly advl.sed » product of the 'nlAeUes, a few U 



indeed to allow them.selvcs to be 
persuaded Into a strike which will 
not do them or the community any 
good. 

From what I have .seen of the 
men who work In loRKinc ra:n;v; 
they are gifted with their fair share 
of common lenM mtd will think over 
. , ^ J,. 1 tl>e situation very carefully indeed 
w. iklng at capa<^"y^^^'«' ^'■'If befoie altowlng themselves to be 
calls for no regimentation of ^"""'^rtampeded Into a very difficult sltua- 



-LONELINESS** 



Lbncllness ... 

This Is a word that you frequently 

hear. 

Whispered In Bn«ul.^h or .V)tibefl 

with a tear: 
Even the sound of ll fills one with 
fear- 
Loneliness! 

Loneliness ... 

Who could feel this with the buz- 

, sing of. bees. 
Stngine of Wrds as they flit in the 

trees— 

. Natures whole symphony bonio on 
the biees^, 

Lonellneits? 



the iH'f pl** f"" the control of In- 
dustry be>i>nd that which the pe*»- 

pFe of anv nation consider do- 
.slrable S(.;;lal Credit merely pro- 
vides a mechanism by which the 

qua.ntitit_of money ^.JtMastlftgr 
keep In exact step with the expan- 
sion of production. 

obvu u<^lv this cannot be done un- 
til we ha'.c rr 

munlty the right to cieate Hiid 
control Its own money. The banks 
mwt yield up their monopoly: but 
In the light of the foregoing para- 
iiraphs it in prartlcally unnece.*- 
■atv lo add that thi» doe« not In- 
volve tlio dl.snrRani/liu.' <.r national- 
izing of the banks. The banking 
.«yftem would retain, as it does no« . 
ite proper and admirably con- 
ducted function of fccpountancy. 
An appropriate Department of 
State, entirely divorced from pol- 
itics, would perform the function of 
creating mcney. wina the present 
banking system as Its agent. 

OWEN L Jt'I.L. 
Marks Vicarage. Victoria. B.C.. 



stampeded Into a very 
tiy by. a fe w agiiaiory 

TOOLEY FISH 

482 Slurdee Street, Bwiuimalt. B C 
May 15, 1936 



the poems remind one of the later . 
Oscar Wildo and R L .^ilevonson. 
A greator ix>et than eltJier of theti«, 
the Influence of Housman s early 
poems durUig the first twenty -flv« 
yeers of thia eeatury would be im- 
|x>sslble to calculate. The spirit of 
A Shroixshlre Lad" and "Later 
I'ortn . published twentv-six years 
after, strikes the reader as pecu- 
liarly modern though perhatis he 
is a Uttls too sentimental for 
the ModemlsUMandao bright ladi 
whose verses are stramaly ievoM of 

poetry. 

The few Unes by way of a preface 



Lonellnoss . ' 

""This romos to ni: of uS." Why 

should you. pray. 
Mention thik fact m the middle of 

May? 

Love" you may speak of. but dont 
dare (o lay 

Loneliness!" 
r-Ociile. 



FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY 



<P»«n'Tb» nailT BnUah Caloalti of Mar 11. im< 

n a An(u» 0<Niit«i«— AdvlCM from th» CaM InUmat* ih < n n Artu% 
XI Mentml on Monday for thtt riir, romlnc kf dan rrtvc-m wr und^v 
'land Mr Araaa' InltnlHin i» tn w.tt thr tfrmiBaii nf ihr r>nii<l>aii Pacific 
lUllvar C«iniH^T. Mid hik "tr hrrr *lll hr TtTv thort Mr Aniia. II •III 
rrm'nibVTfd »»« m-.» of ih» t»riMfmrri »ho hnuihl tt.d «orltKl up to 
a tr»at »ure»«« th» St p«iil Mitin»» n.«t.' fr.(^ Munltr-h* RmtwaT and nnt of 
Iht Un wb* undertook the cnntrati lot tlM Canadian eaciflc. and bavt nearly 
•NialNae ttiat «r»ad ^art. 



^NfWWto R#4to 



Witafr-It tiaa tam anaote^ IM* 
aatf UM Vltlam iOOir BanrtaS i 

WIM ll 



May M 



a laifaii asm* bM«t*n th» 
a«h win Uk« HUM •! 



l<nM«ii*t fll»hi A '.'r^nff altM w«« vltnrsiirri rrsirriitr mornlni m 
Of"»rrim»nt ^'rft l»»'wr»n n'rird tirt Cnrmofan' A par'T ijf ai«»»hn 
vrrr r*mp*<1 out in rrauinr f»r'T » >> i»ir hor»»«. I*nr In niim*»T. arrt 
unhlWIttd. Bibklin* ibf (ran* in Mappv uoconaclouaMM o( iIm fact that U>«y 
isnihlBS vary wtvoi. 



WHAT IK CHEIflTIANITT? 

S]: . RMdIng your editorial, Av- 
eid\te Religious Fklth." In your 
iuio<i f. r iho eom-ig^^^p^^ Colonist Of the tenth. I 

wa.s impressed that so few people 
really know what Christianity Is. 

and with your kind lyrmi-v^lon 
would like to writhe a little upon Uiut 
subject. 

Christianity is of Ood. a sphere 
or Infhience upon this earth. IMvlne 

in itn eharart>er. the basis of which 
l.s the lovo of (i'Kl in all \U tuiine&s, 
made known and uui.ii: aine<i and 
enjoyed in a living way by men. 

A Christian is one who iiellevea 
ab.solutely all that the Scripttu'es 
tell about the Ix)rd Jesus, confesses 
and a( knowledge.s Him a.s l»rd and 
Chru>l, and thus responds to the 
love of Ood and wiumgly allows His 
sovereign rights In his heart. 

To test whether we are Christians 
or not. tlie Lord .s own beautiful 
*ora.s are .set before u.s If a man 
love Me. he will keep My words, and 
My Father will k>ve him, and We 
will come unto turn and makf our 
abode With him " 

This Is t^i .>av that on t hip basis 
of our belief, acceptaii' '■ ni.d lo- 
aponae to Oivine love, we gladly 
keep the "words ' e< tlie Lord In our j 
beam^ we become tlie objects of 
the Pather's affection and our aouU 
become Uw abode of DIvino Persons I 
of cours*" brought »bo\ii and main-* 
lained by the HQIy Spirit | 
The moment we desire -to- appre- 
hend and have apprecUtlon for the 
great love and Interest of Ood to- 
wlth a funp — f-r«nnot quKe unoer- yard mankind, we. If wUJlng. become 
starxl what ih*- aentleman meank by ! material In Hia hands ..that He can 
sugKestlnc that tho treatment he bless. 



St 

May 13. IfM. 

( ,i .t . OPKN KORt M 
Sir.— Your correspondent, L H 
Butler, cerulnly had a very unfor- 
tunate experience In connection with 
hi.s alt^ncfancr- at the C C F Open 
Forum mectiiiK on .Sun laN night. I 
-a\, Mr Editor, tha- I also 
was m altendani|f at that meeting, 
and deplored the unseemly behavior, 
caused, so far as I oouid under- 
utan dr t>r- the unruly conduct of 



certain youn? fellows. opildlWntt Of 
the movement. 

I did not receive the rowKli 'ro»ii- 
mcnt described by Mr. Butler, no 
iWy accosted me lu det y . nor did I 
receive any slashing over the head 
t c an not quite under 



received in only i ' rr,.aht ox- 

pect from aUending a C C F gaiher- 
Uig " I have attended radical meet- 
ings and Tory meetings. tl»at were 
cerulnly "'not means ^ graee"; the 
demonstrators as a rale bring op 
ponenls. 



chat he wtot 1% myself to listen 
to a reas<inert dli«issifwi of matters 

connected with the well-b^tng of 
BrUish Columbia. "Did he not con- 
sider Mr. Bakewell's exposition a 
eareful.. truthful, well-reasoned de- 
serlfMon ^ the mauirn t m ^Mch 
oitrHtmber ragouroes have been, and 
are being, dissi p a t ed, and a very 
sincere attempt' at *u«»esting means 
by «liich n desnsblo change might 

be gfle^ed. and this basic t^uMir 



What I should like lo ask Mr 

Butler, howvfr to thu. I prwuiM 1^^^^' -,„riAed loThus apl 



We may be church .members and 
asaooated with organised religious 
bodies, and call ouraelves by any 
nam*" m-f rho<-,v> but thl.« does not 
desiKiiaie ua as Christians 

Ood has a great heart of love and 
grace lo all bmo. but only upon 
iho^ who bsMsvs and aeeepi. May 



predate and adopt that attitude so 
ne^csAary that we all may t>e 
brought, into tht living enjoyment cX 
an that tiM rich sptrttual frvee of 
heavai 6M MMKit 

What t titvt enfiavomi to briefly 
outline Is taught In the Scriptures 
and confirmed by your very beauU- 
f «| iiwtii msmiaiKwai adWertals 

KAID M HAIUK. 

JlaaaiBM. B.C.. May ll, itM. 



portent tn any conalderatlen at ttm 

poet or hi.s work 

"I pubii.shi Uic.se poema, flnr 
though thev are, bccau o it is not 
likely lhat I shall ever lie impelled 
to write much more, i can no 
longer expect to be revisited by the 
continuous excitement under whleh. 
In tho early months of 1895, I wrote 
the Kreater part. of mv other book. 
nor indeed louUi I s i am It 

If 11 came, and It Is best that «hal 
I have written itMUld be printed 
while I am here to see it through 
the press and control its spelling 
and punctuation About, a quarter 
of this tnattei boiontv to !)io April 
of tho piovi'iit \oHi '')ui most of II 
dates between 1806 and 1910 " 

The minor key persists through- 
out the two thin vointiio.s and (he 
result la a lyrical melancholy .of 
which the following lovely poem !■ 
a delicate example: 

"Loveliest of trees, the cherry now 
Is hung with ]>loom along the bough. 
And stands about the woQdlend ride 
Wearing white for Sastertlde. 

• 

IVow. of my three s core years and ten. 

Twenty will not coino again 
And take from wontv Kprings a 
w oro. 

It only l^avrs me fifty more 

And since to look at things in bloom 
Fifty Springs are little room. 
About the woodlands I will go 
To see the ebeify hung with snoif," 

The burden of BIS verse Is la^ 
peated afaln and h*'" in 
laments of the poet 1<fr the unfadft." 

ful lovors the frailly of beauty, the 
sutctdex the youUia who die Uk 
battle, the futllUy of lovt, 
youth anO beauty. It is not w 
reason that the name of Housmafl 
the poet has been United with tMese 
of W. M. ilfadaon and Thomas 

Hardy 

As. a scholar A K Housman's 
greatest mork wa-s his editing of 
Kanliius m Ave parte, whtelt «M 
completed m ItSl Us alae etllii 
and Luran and cootrllmMI 
arUrle<t to classical )0^r» 
nalS. An evav on p<-»*try. "The 
Nature aai Name of PoeUy. " was 
pubttabed « lev years aga He pos- 
scaaei an Intimate knowledge of the 
entm range of Latin and Oreek 
literature and «aA an arrogant md 
accurate erltto in his rboeen r.eld ol 
soholarahtp I^urence 
the poet. Is s youofw «ge(lM^ 



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i 



THE UAii.r cLn;a?rr5T. vie roKi.\ jsa;., 1 1 I'.^^fiw. .m a y r\ r>.«5 



League of Nations ^— 
Will Not Break Up^ 
Educationist Says 

Sir Rolirrt I alroiu r, I'n >i«iriil I.iim rihi- of I o- 
ronlo I ui\«'r^il>, \«l<lr«'«»«»rH I.ar«;«' AikIh-ul'c:. 
On -(.aiiada ami W oi l<i JVace" ' 



U. CftlumbU. Mu Um chair 
He viewed with de*p India 




M NT A I W I N G - tht the Lei gu e of KAtioni wai not on 

the point of dissolutioti, Sir Robert Falconer, president 
of the Lcat;ue Society in Canada, addiessed the Victoria 
b£f|i^uh on "Canada and-World Peace" at the annual meeting 
in the Chamber of Commerce auditorium last evening. Every 
Kcat was filled to hear the dibtin^uished speaker, who is prcsi- 
daht emerttua dl th«vUiitvanlity of Toronto. - — 
sir Robert reniarkrd Dial r.mada minerals coTTRT TS'^r'^' ronsumrd by 



nation the lulUn conquest ol ; 
Ethiopia. an4 told of the sufgeetlon | 
to Inereaie lancUoni acalnst Italy. ; 
until there was a peace satUlactory i 

to the League | 
Ethiopia hajs been thrown to the j 
Italian solves to avoid inter> t 
national oonflict, he itaied.. Because 
Italy waa dmnl^wlth the poorer of 
victory, ha th ou ght i ncreaa ad a anc. 
\u>n% might easily cauae Mtiito- 
iitv ■; hor<ifi*4o niiVi amiif h amninf 
nations. 

■Oaptiln - Waller .Brown read the 



SchUschnigg/ Gains Power 



should take_a greaur murt'^t In 
"world iffairs. because the nation's 
))io«pcrlty dcp<«»d<^d upon f'eedom' 
of Intercourse wiLh the world at 
large. He «»id \he (?roatn.t anti- 
dote to pre.iriit f|,i' l roubles v^.is to 
K« I the world back at, work through 
increaAod trade. Hp said he wa.s 
disappointed that President Roooe- 
veil not lowered barrlera to 
permit greater Intercourse with 
olh»>r n.TMons 

f'ru .i 'i f:sh whrat, timber and 



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Canadians, and a gro.it ix>rtion had 
lo be exported, he explained. Thi.s 
could not be donf without peace. It 
wa.« also Impossible for Canada 
to remain Isolated, for the nation 
was not sufficiently indepnndent or 
imlfied 

LOY.4LTV TO rilKU.Nt. 

loyalty to the British ThKme held 
Canada together. Sir Robert de- 
clared. He thought the Federal 

Ooverninent .slioiild explain its poli- 
( irs on foreign .iffair.s. and then 
inform the League of Na.tion.'s, 
throu^k ita ' repmeniAiiu»-"wEat 
Canada thought 

^'^ome jxrsons, he sind. would have 
Caiiada join the L'nitetl State.^ as | H 




«ll rh« richnctt 



»ni flavor ui*4 wiHi noH|jiiif a«t- 
sMe tfca milk tvtr coming ntsr 
■ . . th< purity fully gujrdtd. 
You c<n'» iMit tlitf and tko cfn- 
ning pUn Hijt dee* it. It m«<ni 
r»«rytliing to yoar feetf. Iwy- 
tiitMff te ireerMlf. 

PACIFIC MILK 

Irradiated ol Course 



sreurlty for p ace in the r\ ent of 
another world war. but the United 
States would eventually be foroed 

te fight 

If there was no Lepgue. and 
Canada ni.ide aIllall^e.^ with Euro- 
I)ean n<ition.s, tliere eventually 
would be trouble He waa auiw 
moral protests of the League were 
causing people throughout the world 
to think deeply on world affairs 
The Leai?ue stood for a comprehen- 
fiive plan of woi Id ro-oi^eratioii for 
the good ol all , and for main ten- 
tpce of i)eace and security, Mr Rob- 
ert, said. 

BL.^.Mt.S TKKATy 
He blamed ine Treaty of Versall- 
I' s lor the rise of Hitler In Oer- 
many Hitler, he said, played on the 
Germans' Idea of humiliation 
through terms of the treaty He 
M-m,uk.d ihat Ilaiv might not haw 
invaded tlhjopia if oil .sanclion.s 
had been applied at. the beginning 
of the trouble, but It was extremely 
hard to get the fifty nations repre- 
sented in the League to agree. 

Sir Robert a-sserted the League of 
Nation.s was the only method of 
coiisullation l)etween nations. Na- 
tions must rea.son together In re- 
moving causes that gave rise to war. 
aiid endeavor to implant the idea of 
security In people's minds and de- 
velop an intomatlonal outloolc. 

In cloMnc lie predicted the 
l eague of Nations would be vastly 
improved In time. He sUted the 
League was the greatest guarantee 
of security in Canada and fOr 
malntenaooo of Canadian tradi- 
tions. 

DEAN PRESIDE.<< 
Very Rev. Cecil 8. Quaint on 



treasurer'e report. Arthur 8. Averill 
f^respnnrilng secretary, fiavg an 
account of the year'a worl t. ami 

tendered his resignation from 'the" 
pasitlon 

Hon. Erie W Hamber. Liputen- 
aiU-Oovernor. wa.s chasen patron 
Dean Quanitoii was ic-rlected 
pre.sldenl. Others named were J 
W. Olbson and Mrs. A. J Campbell, 
vice -presidents; John Gou^h. sec- 
retary; .'Miss Lottie Bowron. organ- 
izing secretary, and Captain Brown, 
treasurer 

EXECUTIVE CHOSEN 

Xht following were selected to 

form the executive: Mrs. Bertha 
Parsons. Miss A W. Ea:toh, Mls.s 
Idele WiUon. W T Straith, H. 
Prlngle. H T Ilavenhill. H O 
Wyatt, Mr A\erill K H Pinhnaon. 
L O. Srott and .Mrs. B. Walt. 

Members of the general com- 
mittee will be Miss K. Agnew, Miss 
Jean McLaren, Mrs. 8. J. WIIIU, 
Miss Margaret Clay. Rev. Dr. W. G 
Wilson -and Mrs. Wllnon.- Rev. Pred 
Comley. Re\ Dr o B Swltzer, 
Mrs. D. L. .Macl.aurin. Mrs. O. M. 
Weir. Professor E .S Farr Major 
Culhbert Holmes V I, Denton. 



Frank Paulding. Pred M Mi (irecor 
Kyrle C. Bymons. Alfred Car- 
miehael. Claude L. Campbell, Harry 
Dee. A. T. Hunkln. Dr. Kaye Lamb. 
Dr. A. -M. Menalea. Dr. Arthur 
Poynts,"^. B. Llbyd. O. H Ste. tn^ 
Major. J. &. Hardinge, MLss D. At- 
kins and H. Wlllcox. 

Obituary - 

' a 
LIP— Tliere. passed away on May 
16, at Royal ^Jubilee JloaplUl, after 
a short Illness, Mrs. Llm Kwong 
Lip. aged flfiN years, a native of 
China and a resident of Victoria 




\Tax A rrfihrs j 
Lollecliipus 
Surge Ahead, 



HAVE 10 MAKL 
CiQIlEST PAY 




SEND YOUR 

Table Linen 



TO 



Conslcferable encouragement wa* Mussolini Expects to Develop N ^Wl M ^thod 

taken .by city officials from the f^g- , SOUfCCS Of ReVCnUC ia_-|--555j5JJ|gJ^5f^ 

Ethippia 



ures on ux arrears eoUeetiom up 

to May 12, when they distios^d the 
heaviMt gain In recelpu since the 
end of April. 

-n M,r. 1^ a ;.>t.»: Of 172.201 
t h.itl oei n coUei'it'ii iutiipared with 
1 U)H for I he same peri'Xl last 
year, an increa.se of 18.833 over the 
1935 figures Of this Increase $2,634 
was made aince the end of April. 



ROMl. May 18 (4>).-Italy-s mill- . 
tary success in|Mygppla .has brought I 
her to the j»ecowfl3na*e of the Alrl-T 

an \eirure. makm.: ii p.iy 

Publi.Nhed a|)pi o|in,i; ions for the 
war ;o dale total 10 fWO 000 000 lire. 




-rrttti thaJUblted Btatai' ■cnnlitttftna 

and their subsequent yield s, It jeems 

a reasonable Investment. 
When the I'luted Slate* bought 



The continual rivalry tjctween ChancelTor Kurt Schuschngig and Prince 
Ernst von Starhemberg finds -th« former scoring a decisive victory 
over the potential Fascist dictator, the handsome prince. As Vice- 
^.Chancellor, Starhemberg had been virtual dictator cf Austria through 
the threat o£ his private army, the Heimwclir Schusthnigg's new coup 
ousts Starhemberg and his l-.istisrs, and sits up a more dfmocratic 
form of government The K up is sanl to be a h!nw it Ii.ily, virtual 
rulers of Austria. Schuschnigg is sho wn, upper left ^ Starhemberg, 
upper right. The Heimwehr is atiown EeTow. 



lUun vr Will Sot 
Seek iSoniiiiatioii 



equivalent to aboui a billion dollar.s. Alaska from Rius-sia, lor example, it 
The war costs were raised m four , appeared li -^s valuable than doea 
ways: By taxes, by ccmversion of Etlilopia, but U has brought the 
Italy's Sl-3 per cent bonds, by United Stat^ annual products rang- 

requisitioning of foreik'ii crrdi's and ] ing r e c e ntly ^fr om ISO.OOO.OOO to 
.stcurities- held bv Italians and by $100,000,000. 



CHICAGO. May 18 Former 
Prealdent ^Herbert Hoover announced 
today: "I am ^ot a candidate" for 
the United .stau s RepubUcnn Prcsi^ 
dential nomination. 



Worn the Philippine Islands, with 
less tlian a third rus mii -h tcniiory 
a« Ethiopia, the United Statp.^ haa 
''r hFeaped-^n ■ ait wmi- 4tad»-of- (rom 
gl30roOO.fliM to |300.000,OM. 



gifts of gold and jewefry. 

A DIFFFRENT GAUGE 

Massohni expoi-'.s to develop the 
resoiirrcs of th.e coiui ic'red country 
He rea^on.s that Ethiopia's potential 
wealth should not be measured by 

what the Ethiopians have made i Capable representative wantedflor 
Mr. Hoover's declaration of htn ' of it. ] London antTSoutlt iCOWt: ohe^tli 

position was contained in a form.il Whether Ttalv <'an raise th*' rap!- cood connection ahd .iMe to carry 
re.siime of an interview lianded to 'al to de\elop that wealth rcmaln.< _ a_ full ramie of bedioom ^uHet:^ 
reporters In the former Preskttnt'J :o >>,■ seen. To Ka.scLsi oconomi.sUs ^ Advt. in a Tr.ide Paper. '. 
butel sult^ here. . comparing the conquered country I Now then, Hercules 



widb^. Grace: 



one 



• 111 



for twenty-seven years, her late dauwhlers, Evelyn 



r e aldenc e being 836 Hegard Street. 
She is survived by Tour sons: Llm 

Yuen Duck in Mernft, B C" ; Wal- 
lace. Creor (■ and Harry, m Victoria; 
three daughters Mrs. Chong Dot. 
in Vancouver; Mrs. Oeorge Loy. 
who left for -China on May 16, and 
Betty. St home and .six grand- 
children. Three m.uiied .sLsLers re- 
.>ide in China I ije funeral has 
been arranged to take place at the 
i homso.i Funeral Home on Thurs- 
day afternoon. May 28. at 1 o'clock. 
Intennent will be In the Chinese 
Cemetery. 

JONES — There pased away on 
'Sunday, at Royal Jubilee Hospital. 
Harry William Jones, aged seventy - 
five years, a native of Oxford Eng- 
land, and a re.sidenl of Victoria for 
fltteen .years, his late re.sideiue 
being SIT' Lostlon Street. He Is 



Ma .on. and 
,1 mi h lii 

at the familv' le.sidence, alv) three 
.sisters and tlir*"*- brothers, living in 
England- Mr. Sheldrlck was a val- 
ued member of the Britannia 
Branch of the Canadian Lei;ion 
Piineral .service.', will be held wcd 
nesdav afternoon at 2 :iO o clock at 
the S. J. Curry .Son Funeral 
Home. Rev. E. F Church will ofTl- 
ciate, and the remains will be laid 
at rest In Royal Oak Burial Park. 



JUNE li IS UATE 
FOR EXHIBITION 

Saltspring Island Sheep 
Breeders Expecting Large 
Entry for Annual Event 



POLLOCK P^iiui.il s.T\ices for 
iRobei t Jaiiici Polio, k c idcnlaUy 
I killed near Duncan on .May 14. took 
I place yesterday afternoon at the 
I grave.slde at Royal Oak Burial Park. 
! Rev 
lie. 



The Salispniig Island Sheep 
Breeders' Association is holding Its 
fourth annual exhibition at Ganges 
on Satuidiiv. June 6. There will be 
P. Comley conducted the .serv- large numbers of breeding sheep 
A laree mimb<"r of friends and market lamb.s on exhibition in 




pallbearers. 



survived by his widow and one sonJ c«art 

' in .Scotland, and one .son. Cyril H.,| 
I Jones in Vu ioria. Mr. Jones was a 
I mcmlx'i ft Kilwinning Linlge No. 
13. A.F. it A.M.. Oreenock, Scotland. 
The remains are restlnig- at tt^e 
Thomson Funeral Home, where the 
fuiirral will take place on Wednes- 
day nfteinoon a;, 2 30. Rev. C'an<m 
Stoeken ofllciatlng. Interment wUl 
b in the Col wood Bu rial Park. 



were present and the many beau- the livestock -secUon.s. while In the 
tiful floral triiiu'' l)oie te^timoiu handicraft .sections some very fine 
to the popularity of the late Mr. , exhibits of homespim and other 
Pollock. Owen Brown. Stanley Roy. ' woo Uen ji andicraf t will be on show. 
I Tom .Sibbald, Hamiah Sibbald, I anMjjHkr the supervision of Mrs. 

Fra.ser and Oavld Pollock, j mHHKn snpenntrndent of Bnt- 
brother of the deceased. 'acted as ' tl.sh Columi)i.i Women s institutes. 



there will be several demonstrations 



LINDQUI8T— At the family resi- 
dence on Fenidale Road, there 
passed awav yesterday Mr.>. F.sther 
LindqiiUsl, aged thirty -eiglu vear.s. 
wife of Gordon A. Lindquist. She 
was bom in Klrkbrlde, Cumberland, 
England, and came to Canada 
twenty -SIX years ago. For the past 
nineteen years she had been a resi- 
dent of this city. She u survived 
by her husband; one son. Gordon 
Albert; one daughter, Esther Iris, 
at. the family re.idence: her father, 
J. Hollidav, Vic;ona. three broth- 
er.s; Dan. in Clo-oose. Jeck. in Van- 
couver, and Harrison, of Victoria 
and one sister Mrs R .S Beecher. 
of Victoria. Tlir iTmain.s are rejil-" 
ing St' Sand.'i Moi'iiai' l-td, and 
tuneral aiuiouncemenis will be 
made later. 



In weaving' and spinning. 

YOUNG - The death occurred The usual events, such as hand 
yesterday, ai Royal Jubilee Hospital. ' shearing, machine shearing, spin- 
of James Young, aged thirty-flve , nj,,^ 3,,^ g„o.s n i; , onte.sts and dog 
vears Mr. Young was born In Hall- 1 trial, will be run in Uie afternoon, 
fax. N .S and had been a resident 
of Briii.-h Columbia for the past 
eleven ycai"; He 1; survived by his 
parents in Halifax He was a mem- 
ber of the Pro Patrla Branch. Ca- 



i These events are open to all ooniers. 

I The members of the fii/eh Tem- 
ple .Shrine Band of Vie toria have 
again kiiidiv donati'd ihcir services. 



nadian Legion. Funeral services will I Th« Canadian Pacific Railway s 
he held on Wednesday afternoon at P^nceas Mary will run an excursion 

McCall Bros Funeral Home at 2 ! ^'''P *1***^ 
o clock. Interment will be made in ' *^ ^ « •' returning, will leave 



Colwood Burial Park> 



.MOONRISF Wn MOONSFT 



Ganges at 5 30 p.m. The motor 
ferrv Cy Peck, operating between 
.Swartz Bay on the .Saanuh Penin- 
sula and Saltspring Island, has ar- 
_ , _ ranged for special trips to accom- 

Time of m-innt «nd moonvl (Paclflr , . Lj« m—j «7 t.. « 

..T.nd.fff timf tt vicioria. B.C.. for th. """I Victoria .and Vancouver Is 

mon th of M«y. 19 36 
Datt 



1 



"j S« p m. 
3 M p m. 
B Ot p m. 
• OS' p.m. 

7 :10 p m. 
S 15 p m 

TulLJlijoa. on 4ttii 
■ tt^p m 

in n p m 

II 11: I in 

11 i* t> m 



8ef« 

3 3( am 
3 5( • m. 
3 IS a m 
3 S!> a ni 

3 SS « m 

4 36 a m 



land visiters. 

There are no admittance or other 
ch arges"~ wha tsoe^r at this exhibi- 
tion. Th* Sheep Breeders' Associii- 
tion extends a warm Invitation to 
ever-.one to attend. 




Oxiva Salaly 
Replace Wom Tires Now 



do without 
some luxuries 

* 

but I must have 

lots oihot water 



MALON — The fungal of Mrs 

Helen Malon will be held Ihi.s aft- 
rrnoon. the cortege leaving Hay- 1 u 
ward's B C. Funeral Chapel at ' I }! 
and proceeding uo ChrUt Church j 1, 
Cathedral. i«hen> service will be , 30 
(>ondurt4»d by Rev. P. C. Hayman at 
2 o'clock. In'.erment will be made 1 33 
In Colwood Burial Park. 




Mew moch hot wjttr.do y«N get from 
yee* afotent wator-kootiiig -erraegf. 
meats? Wo«tM yoM liho to got ptr 
ftctly SMtomatic, 24 hour hot wjtcr 
»er»i<t> Well, vou CAN- fconom.cit 
OHtatinq COltt, j rffnr^ \nw pnc# jnd 
00«r "p*» likf r,n( l,,m\ hj«r put 

AUTOMATIC GAS WAT£R HEATING 
wrfh.n the r«jch of ovtfy family. Got 
tht fKti St oNr ihowroom, or ft em 
yoer^Mfv' er elambor 



KDWARDSON .\ large congre- 
gation attended the funeral of Mrs 
Anne Jane Edwardson yesterday 
afternoon, at the Church of Our 
Lord. Rev. A. deR Owen chelating. 
Two hymn.s were sung ".*'uh of My 
Soul ' and Abide With Me " A 
solo, "Christians Good Night." was 
sung by Mrs. Jack Hobden < Nellie j 
, Hughes), a former pupil of the 
ile< ra.scd The < askef and liears< 
i were banked with beautiful flo:ai 
I tribute.s. The rollowing acted a.s 
pallbearers: Roy Wool.sey, o Mac- 
Lachlan 8. Amos. R. A Clarke. H. 
Weh,ster and W. R Wood.s The 
remains were laid at rest m Royal 
Oak Burial Park. 



-S 00 »im^. 
1 <2 am 
« 3:1 a in 
J II • m 

S 18 « ni 

n 17 • rti. 9 ss a m 

0 46 a m. II 04 a m, 

1 13 a m 11 It p.m 
(Latt Quarter nr 14lh> 

... 1 IS » m. 1 17 p m 

I 36 II m. 7 p m 

3:33 :t m. 4 it p m 

...... 3 40 :> m. *' 40 p m 

3 2: a m 01 p m 

4 02 a -M I II p.m 

(N«i» Moon oil 'Jftitii 

4 'iI a m f 3S r m 

S M a m m 19 p m 

I 31 1 00 a m. II 03 p m 

•3t « II am. Ml 3S pm 

i 2S 9 71 a m 0 01 a m 

10 .11 a m., 

1 1 31 a m ■* n IS i.m 
31 13 43 p m n 4] t m 

(PlriT^Qtiirtfr on 3(ih< 
31 . . I 4T p.m I 01 a m 

30 3:31 p m 1 20 a m 

31 3 S4 p m 1 :39 a m 

Tr'- \1 ' ■ . ..:ir«l <>h»rrv«torT. 
f»lp^ llr • s . tona B C 



1 A* pi on Concert 

If W/ iUvndvd 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE. May 18 — 
.\ ciowded house iTwarded the 
rlfor's i>f 'he Maiahat branch of 
the Canadian Legion, under whose 
auspices an entertaining \'«udevllle 
concert wa.s staged in the .SLA.\ 
ILtll here on Fridav evening W 
Fish well-known rntertjiiner ani 
J. C. Rathbone, chairman of the 
rntertalnmfnt committee, were ably 
s'ip|)ortrd by the members of the: 
branch. ' • 

Entertainers from Victoria and 
Duncan, together with local artists. 
eot-itrih')*'«fi fo the programme. 



ONE sure vvA^mi-avoid dangcroui skidding 
anci hlowotits is to equip your car with 
Oomuuon ROYAL MASTER — the eztia-aai* tif* 
Eaaturad on leading 1936 carg. 

Xi'^Si soLtuiei fzjom Mktdding with Bqtal 
MASTCR— tiianlGi to th* dMph^rooytd ' Cog- 
wheel traction which grips the road with 
viae-like certainty, in ail weathers. 




You are safei from blowouts v/ilh ROYAL 
Master — thanks to the pxtra huslty body of 
Saiety-Bonded cords, bathed in pure liquid 
Latn, and reinforced, with Two Extra Breaker 
Strips. ^ ■ • 'm p-^ 

Decide now to replace your smooth-worn tires 
with dependable, long milrago Dominion 
Royal Master— backed by a liberal 12- 
month guarantee against all load hazards. 
See yoar Dominion Tira deetor-— h« will 



R.OYAL MASTER. 

Sole B.C. bistrilmtorfl 

McLENNAN, McFEELY & PRIOR, LIMITED 



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FOR i^UT(iM 
STORAGE 
>yATER 
HEATERS 



84 



MONEL METAL TANKS 
— GiMranteed 20 Years! 



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LAWSON--In the presence of rel- 
jtUves and friends, the funeral of ! 
Rtehard Winiam Lawaoh. who paaaed 
away on May 14. took place yes- 
terday afternoons. Rev. Canon 
Chadwick conducted the service 
during which Mrs S M Morton 
rendered the sok), "Some Time 
Weill Underatand." and the congre- 
gat lu i ia ! l u r toH sung were: "AMde 
With Me" and "Rock of Ages." 
Many beautiful floral tributes sur- 
rounded the casket. Tlio followlhg 
acted as pallbearers James White. 
R O. FoBter, T Mitchell. M. Webb. 
j: Blan^ and O. W. Mitchell. .Thr 
remaini were kid a* rest In-the 
family plot at Ross Bay Ocmctsry. 



SHELORICK— tlisra passed awsy 
Suiulnv evening at 8t. Josephs 
Hospital, after a lengthy Ulneas. 
FYederick Allen Sheldrtek. ef 516 
.Simcoe Street. Mr. Sheklrlek was 
born at Forest Gate, London. Bttg- 
land. and after residing for some 
years In Kdmonton, he moved with 
his fsmilv t/> this city two year^ 
ago He was m \f'fran of the Oi'-o 
War, being a member of the 138(h 
BatMlos. om Thsit survtft, lbs 




HOO^ a MONTH 

A-Rest of Your Life 

_ • When you reach Sixty or Sixty-Five you will be glad to nQceiyt 
$100.00 each and every month for as lonp as you live — and this it quite 
possible if you own four "units ' of the. PERSONA^* PENSION POLICY, V. ^ ' 
^ . This unique "unit" pkn enables you toeeotreoieoriwo "unitt" now • 
and add others later On ai your inoome increttci. 

• If you should die before reachinR Age 60 or 6.S, the «arne policies 
will provide your family with $.S00 in cash, plus $7.5 a month for a period 
of yearn — thus you protect your depertdentB at tht same tiom 
provide for your own iutun independence , . , 



• Write now for the descriptive 
booklet about this "unit" systjcml 



/0U 



A. J^HELMCKEN 
District Supervisor . 
112 Pembcrton Bide , Victoria 



The Excelsior lile iMm g an c e Campany 



ASTRONO CANADIAN COMPANY 



TOBOliT^, CBMaPA 



■ — ▼ — 



THE DAILY COtONIST. VTCTORTA. R C. TTIRSDAY. MAY 19. Igi6 



KIRKHAM'S 



612 FORT ST. 



. f I1M 

'fruit . t tOlt 



SALMON 

salmon:.'^ '^15 



HALIBUT 



ki\i, lb. 

per 
lb. . 



Filleted, 
at 



lbs. 



25' 



HAMS 

SWIFT'S 
PREMIUM 
Wholt or Shank 



LODOEUEit!) 
HOLD POTLAltH 

" iT - - ' ■ 

Native Sons ,of Britiih Co- 



City- and District 



ir BUTTER, Alberta, 23c, 3 4bi™^....66c 

* COFFEE, M ax well , l b . ; 39c 

iC ALL BRAN r......lSc 

1 Measuring Glass Fret 

CLAMS, Swnich, 2 tins ISc 




SPCCIAL SALE 

llTiiiGi^MALT 
mtHOFS 
3lbf. Dcma. SUGAR 
Y YEAST CAKE 

In Groceteria 



MEATS-Dfllv«red 

' -Omb Chops, lb r • 20c 

Lamb Breasts, 2 lbs. 25c 

Round Steak, 2 lbs 35c 

Bacon, Choice, lb. ... ..30c 

Ham, Boiled, lb 45c 

Corned Beef, lb 15c 

Cott. Rolls, S R., lb. 22c 



A real otd-tlme 
\ut nlf ht ^ membattjit 

NaUvp Sons of British Columbia, 
the lodge rooms. K. of P. Hall, on 
Broad Street.; Features of the eve- 
ning *rre th« Indinn co.slumcR worn 
by membera and the mitlaUon ot 
Iwo new memberi, B. W. Hofior and 

W BluiU. 

The initiation rrrcniony took up 
practically the whole of the meeting 
I and waa condu cted by a number of 
I the veteran olBceM of the poet. The 
( hipf fartor'.s chai r waa occupied b y 
hr.iiik Hi^Kiii.s. K.C , who was chleT 
factor In 1900 The vlce-fartor'5 
chair wa."i taken by W. C. .More.sJjy. 
K-Ci who wfA ihe ..chief factor of 
the poet iii IMI. In ttte paat chief 
factor'a chair waa Themaa Wataon, 
chief factor In 1903. Other M- 
tiinr nipmber/ present were Arthur 
Court IIP V. FredM-lgIt Whtto ami E. 
E. Wootton, 



u«»i.*«h ... i.-M "'g*'^ at 7:30. Instead of Wcdnej-day water and 
peuaten waa new- pr^-uce wUt b» ^ield at 1130 : m cutems. 
bttajit Poat No. 1. riftv^rSiiSiirRreot. - .- ^ 



MALKrN S COFFEE DEMONSTRATED 
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY 



You Owe Yourself Protection Through 

Fire INSURANCE AntMwbHe 



ELSIE B. RICHARDS 



Suilt 7, Metropolitan Building. Oppoai t a ^P oi t MKcir 

PHONE EMPIRE 7722 ^ " 



TMB fCOTCR TKAf CIlClEt THE GLOBE 



SCOTS WHISKY 



OlPrS DliTBIBUTED 

Follovltnc the initiation ccir'nionv, 
gifUs wore diitrlbiited by ' iqiiHws. ' 
on behalf of Chl^f Factor H. B. 
Sargiaon, bo all preaent. The chtrf 
and vtce-f actora wore authenttq. In- 
dian costumes and other mead^ra 
wore the feather head-drew. 

Mr. HigKins, on behalf of the New 
Deal for Vancouver Island commit- 
tee, reported a joint meeting o( Na- 
tive lona and Native. Daughters 
would be held on May 29 in the K. 
of P. Hall This meftlnr. It wa.s 
.stated, would be open to all native- 
born men and women and a full 
dlacuaalon of the matter wouM be 
permitted... 

U ELEGA T KS XA^WTO 
Delegate a to the coiwentlon to be 
held tai Vancouver on June 12 and 
13 were elected as follows. Harry 
Short and R. H. HIscocka. with R. 
Laiua.';tpr as alternate delegate. 

After the meeting, clam chowder, 
Indian atyle, waa aierved. Muaio was 
provided by C. Green. F. Lavery. 
r. Lavery. Jr.. and M. Buckley, and 
old Native Son.s' souks were .sung by 
some of the charter nipmbers of 
the post. The meeting was voted 
one or the beat in many yeara. . 



lirimuda Vifit .Alexander Mar- 
ling gave memt)ers of the Gyro Club 
» ahiw^t account of hv recent hoU- 
diy i» Umiiida diirlnt tha club's 
luncheon meeting y«aterda]r.^<llr. 
Marling &aid there waa no natural 
JtehMfsa! Tonight — The Ariel water on the liiand The supply 
^gers will meet for rehearsal to- '^as derived from dutillation of sea. 

ater and carefa^«oU•etton M rala 



Keoovatuif higna E:rection of 
newly-painted algnpost arms is now 
being; carried out on the Lower 
Island by the Victoria Autom^bila 
iClub. ^ "~ 



mmm 

Sir Alfred Butt Tells About 
Minister's Dealing in 
Insurance - 




ALTERATION SALE 
CONTINUES^ 

PIANOS. Radioi, Musical InatnUMBti of evfry de»^ ripti^-'n 
Standard and Popular Sheet Mualc ... in eveiy department 
pricea are now drastically reduced. We must iedu>.e stock to 
conform with^.AUt. altered ahoKtopm. and we bScr the beat 
possible inducement— huge cash aaringa on all Inatrumenta. 

FLETCHER BROS. 



niO DOUGLAS) blRLET 



(victoriatxtd: 



Oovertiincni 



VietoHa Oyro 

Club ha."; rr( elved an Invitation to 
send dclogairs to the tenth anni- 
ver.sary of the Yaklnut Oyro Club 
on May 23. 



Amateur Night— Plana are under 
way to hold an amateur Qight 

smoker In the Courtney Street club- 
rooms of Pro PaU:la^nuu:iJ..£;aaA- 
di.'in Legion, OB ttw ivanlof o( 

June 4. 



Censaia Favoretl — Nationala of 
other cOuntriea acUng jfoonaula in 
Brltiah Columbia for^Kieir own 
countrtea will be exempt from liquor 
taxation under the Govrrnmcnt 
Liquor Act, the Provincial Govern 



H ie w t fui ed~yesterday. Thi>- foUow.s 



exiatlnf Federal re^ulationa which 
waivaa euatoma and other dutiea on 
t he Impor tatlbn of houaehold effects 
and Uquar for privata oonaiimption 
in aimllaruiiQRiiceir 



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Gorge Vale Club 



This advertisement is not published or (iispla/ed by the Liquor 
Cotttrol Board or by the Govsrnment of British Columbia. 



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Returning a card of 109 Mrs. H 
H Allen carried off m^al honors in 
the quallfytnf round ot the women's 
championship at the Gorge Vale 
Club over the week-end. The field 
wa.s well bunched, which in»^n.<; 
.some interesting matches shoul(Asbe 
witnessed before the new. titleholdef 
is crownod. 

First roinids of match play must 
be complrted by Sunday, and the 
defeated four In the opening claahea 
«;'.! form the first fUfllt. 

Draw follova: , 

CHAMPIONSHIP 

Mr.v H. A. Allen w, Mra. A. T 
Hunkln. 

Mra. H. B. Beaalejr vs. Mra. K O, 
Freeman. 
MlM A. Talbot va. Mrs. D. B. 

Hurdle 

Mrs. L. Silburn vs. Mm. D. W. 
Morry. 

SKCO.ND FLIGHT 
Mlas C. L. Harria va. Mlaa M. Hill. 

Mr.s. H P HodRrs. bye. 
' Ml.vi Esther Smith vs. MIar L. 
Nownham. 
ML^s Cadden^vs,^i£s M. P^uJier. 
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Atinouncements 



The Great Distinction between 
Oactrolyaia and ail other trsatmenta 
for the removal of aaperfluoua hair 

Is that It U absolutely sure, and per> 
manently destroys the hair Inatead 
of temporarily removing It from the 
surface: and the pain Is Just the 
ordinary attngtng aensatlon peculiar 
to all eleetrlcai traatmenu. ao truly 
there is oothlnc to be afraid of— 
not even tha coati Miss Hanman 
will be moat happy to express an 
opinion about your fa.se if you will 
call to see her. There will be no 
rhsrRe for consultation 603 Say- 
warr! n-iildlng. Phone G 7642. 

Oar Prlattnf Brings Basalts. A 
weU-dealcned and attractive label 
on your gooda wlU always bring you 
buslneaa. Let ua ahow you aamplea 

of our work. The Cnlonlst, 1211 
Broad Street Phone G 5:<1. 



Weasen'a Canadian Club guest 
day, Bmpreaa Hotel. Tueeday. May 
If. I p.m.: A. J. Brace. PR.a.S. 
( "The Heart of China ") Uluatrated: 

Miaa VMai^-WUBon. soloUt. 1 

iji 

Properly Fitting Sheca bring 
blesaed relief from the merdlesK 
punishment of tired, aching feet, 
i^e Foot Health Shop. 14as Oeuf laa 

Street, at Pandora. 

Vour Unfrr Wave thoroughly 
dried in \S mlnute.s. Everybody 
agrees it a marvelous. Firth Bros.' 

We Bepair Mast Anythiag me- 

( hanii Ml ill home, offlre or store 
Phnnr EfiTi:. .'i21 Fort Street. 

Boats and Canoe* for Hire. Miles 
of sheltwat waltn. Gorge Boat- 

housev 



Oak Bay Scatront — The Smai; 
Charming Hotel O 0387. Miaa BwlDg. 

Aacharage Tca_ 
Bay, near ' 



The Chalet. Deep Cove— Teas, 
rhidm dinners. Sidney. UF, 



Senriees an Thursday— There will 
be a Holy Communion service on 
Thur.sday. Ascension Day, at St. 
Johns Church. Colwood^ at 10 
o'clock, and at St MatthtW% ChUVCh. 
Langford, at 11 o'clock. 

Time of Parade— Til rough a typo- 
graphieal emw in Sunday'.^ ColonLst. 
4h» time of the parade of the 1st 
Battalion, Canadian BooCUah Regi- 
m'^nt, at the Armories da Sunday. 
May 34, Wia aiwOiOI6CS~a 3:30 

hours Instead oT il:S0 bourt. 



Good Will Greetingv— In observ- 
ance of the anniversary of the peace 
treaty l)etween Canada and United 
States, the Victoria Kiwanis Club 
waa in receipt yesterday of good 
will greetings from the dub jin Byra- 
tu.s<*. Now York. 

Postpone .Meodnit — nu- regular 
meeting of the j-^mi .;: . ■ . c luncil. 
scheduled Iqi, l fti>t night, lias been 
postponed until tomorrow evening 
at 8 <Cclock to permit the finance 
committee to prepare an Important 
report. _ 



Orriclal Programme— The official 
programme of Uie Vic;o:ia Day 
celebrations will be printed to- 
morrow. The sale of the programnws 
will be m aid of St. Joaaph'a Ho.s- 
pltal. Thi- fund.s will be u sed to 
pi-ovide radio connections In the 
varloiLs wards of the hospital. Tlio^- 

wiahing to IKIP ia Ult Hte, 9i \^r. 
programme are «ked to get in 

louf h with Gillespie. Hart di 'Com- 
pany, 611 Fort Street. 



Expect KtHke End— Advised Of a 
general vote In affected logging 
camps scheduled • to- be held la.st 
evening. Provincial ofRclala were of 
the belief yesterday that the ma^- 
i ity of the men would elect to return 
to work tod.iy The bulk of the 
industry ha« been operating stead- 
ily during the last few week-s, with 
the strike confined mostly to the 
Cowichan Iskt area. Campbell 
River crews were reported fully at 
work yesterday. 



Ward Five l.lberala— The regular 
monthly meeting of Ward Five Lib- 
eral AaSociatiotx will be held tomor- 
row nUht at g o'clock in Lib- 
eral headquartata, CWyarnmirnt. and 
Brougbton Strpeta. . 

Ea^alatatt Ratepa\ers Tho ex- 
ecutive of the Krf]UinialL Ratepay- 
ers' A.s.soriatioii \vill meet lu St. 
Paula Pariah Hall (small. hall) at 7 
o clock tomorrow night, followed by 
a Kenei il meeting at 8 o'clock. All 
members arc reque.sted to attend. 

PIrnIc Plan<»— Plarvs for the an- 
iiuHl pli nlc will be discu.s.sed tonight 
at a meeting of the executive of 
Army and Navy Veterans m Can- 
ada. Victoria Unit No. 12. A gen- 
eral meeting will be held in the 
Wharf Street clubrooma at g o'clock 
Thursday evening. 

Band Concerts— In the Summer 

band concert schedule for Beacon 
Hill Park, May 31 and July 12 have 
been set a.Mcle for the Canadian 
Legion Band, it waa announced by 
Britannia Branch yesterday. The 
executive of the branch will meet at 
7:30 o'clock this evening. 

Sell Revelstoke Properly — The 

Provln<'iHl (io'.rrnmeiit \esterday 
appro\ed of the sale of two lots and 
a residence at el -in'ice to A .M 
Orlnunett, of ReveUtoke. lor 82.500 
fh» terma are $100 down and the 
balance with Intereat in monthly 
inatallmenta. 

Music Teacher* to Meet— The 

Victoria Music Tescher.";' A>..<;ocia- 
tlon will meet tomorrow at 10 am. 
at the Y W.C.A. A.s there will be 
dLsciualQa._OD. the provincial and 
Inter-provlnplal annual meetings in 
July and the aasociation picnic, it 
U hoped {hat alt members will at- 
tend the meeting. . 



Health Aet In Faree— Bntiah Co- 
lumbia's new Health Insurance Act 
became law ye.^terday but nothing 
special happened 

explained that the Health In.'ur- 
ance Commi.sslon had not yet brcn 

.selected. While the act is UowUwjJew hoiu s before tlie buduet. carry 
It will not beeome fulljf 7|J*PltiV# piU l>laiis for hi«her 



LONDON May 18 Pir Alfred 
Butt, millionaire sport.smrtn and 
Parliament member told the Bnt- 
l8lL"lJudget leak " inquiry today that 
Colonial Secretary J. H. Tliomas 
(leaned up'£632 M (about 83.160 > 
in in urance" agalnat the 1935 gen- 
era! clectlen-s 

Sir Alfred, who deoted vehement l.\ 
he and tKSBila^eif Ulked about 
the-current budget, aald he had had 

• induced" the Cabinet member to 
take out £1.000 insurance against an 
election being lield during 1935. 

The transaction was arranged 
when the two mat •(dS xaMjia^|l< 
Sir Alfred explained. 

FoUowir.k' ' L'ucr.il election 

• last .November', won by the Na- 
tional Government with whieh 
Thomas was identiflefd. Sir Alfred 
.<=ent Tlionias a cheque for £633 9d. 
h« testified 

Tliat was after he had deducted | 
the insurance premium from ih'»> 
total face vahtr of the policy, Sir 
Alfred said. 

ministi:r cpset 

sir Alfred told the inquiry, which 
Is seeking to discover if anyone dis- 
closed the 1936 budget secrete ahead 
of time, that Thomfs was "very up- 
set ' when the name of hus .son. Les- 
lie Tliomas. was mentioned In con- 
nection with the supposed "leak " 

He said the minister exi^ined: 

"Our Les? What a damned atupid4 
ramotr-He wouldn't do a thing like 
that - 

Sir Alfred flatly denied he knex 
anything about the budget leak 
Before he tesUfied. Befnard Davis. 



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Premier p ft t tu n o ) a ^«-k ^ tjauUwl Sir 

Alfred i)!ac(d •'.somcwhai extensive 
soilinet or(ieis in .several stocks a 



until the commls.slon, an advisory 
boiud and a stafT have been select- 
ed to operate the scheme by regu- 
lation. Health levies ar e to begin 
thU Fall, it haa already iwen ludl- 
cated. 

Study Problem^. V. Flaher, as- 
sistant deputy minister of finance, 
and R. M. Bums, also of the Pro- 
vincial Government's finance de- 
pai ineiir. yesterday dLscussed with 
Mayor David Leeming and D A 
Macdonald. city comptroller, muni- 
cipal problema bearing on the prep- 
aration of a queationnaire to be aent 
out to all iQunicipalities by the 
Government. This questionnaire Js 
for the purixxse of galherlnif data 
upon which to base legislation to 
be Introduced at the Fall aeaakm of 
the Legislature. 



income and 
tea taxea, waa read in the House of 
Commons. 

MAKES STATEMENT 
Sir Alfred. * race horse and4he- 
itre owner, and an underwriter for 
Lloyd:, declared: 

"I have been In Uut.Commons 
.<;ince 1922 and during that whole 
time 1 ha\e neither asked nor re- 
ceived from anv Cabinet minister 
including Colonial Secretary J H 
Thomas -any information regarding 
th<' budget or any other confiden- 
tia' matter of Government." 

Later. Sir Alfred .said tie viaited 
Thomas in the Recielarv's office on 
budget day. but a.s.sert( d they dis- 
cussed merely the prospects of a 
horse which had been running at 
^wmarket 



If you have gat laid on 
but net in wie— 

We will LEND you one or more Of thescH 
appliances Gas Range. Hotplate, Water ^ 
Heater, Fire' For details, phona 07ttt. 



STORES 



False Pretcneea Charged -Herbert 
M Upton, charged with havlnif by 

f.il.se pretences obtained $10 from 
Erne.st Hill, was represented by H 
A. Beck with in the city police court 
yesterday. Mr. Beckwith aaked for 
a rimtina aniil today, and aald that 
he might ask for a further adjourn* 
ment. C I- Harrison pointed out 
t'l.it it wa.s nece.s- u v u^ know 
whether the tr^a^ would prcjceed. as 
wilne«.se.s were'to'be called. It waa 
agreed to'adjoum the caae until this 
morning when a date for trial will 
be aet. - 

Traffic Charge— Fred A Jones 
disputed a charge he wa."; (Iiivu-.r 
to the common danger, when he 
t-waa rrrtlgnetf-lir the city police 
court yesterday. F. Elliott, however. 
te.«;:ifl'^d he was drlvlnu north on 
Government Street earlv Sundav- 
morninfr. when hLs mathme was 
struck by the car driven by . the 
accused, who, h«> claimed, cut In on 
the wroiiK side of iho "stree* 



Adjourns Bread Caser.-In the City 
police court yt;.4erday, 'A. D. Mac- 
farlaiie, K.C>. acUug foc tl\f Mc- 

Gavin Bakeries, aj^ked that the l 'ravehnt: we.st on f'andoia Aven k 
hearing of the charge In connection « ""I pvi-li'^d ins car onto the side- man 
with the aale of bread under the wallt. causing damage. The accused 
weight set out in the city by-law be | was fined 850. or will have to aer^e 
adjourned until Tue.day. May 2*. iteVdaya in default of payment. 



kHUKAL SOCIETY 
NAMF8 flITlCLRS 



1. D. SasHh ta Pre aMe nt of 

MeiatersinKer«— Speelal Meet- 
iHK to Be Held 

' Leslie J. D. Smith was unanl- 
moasly elected president of Ttw 

Metsterslnger-; one of (he leading 
male choirs In the city, at Its an- 
nual m»^tlng. Saturday, at the home 
of Prank Spooner. aaanlcht.on Jo- 
seph Walsh wa.s chasen vice-presi- 
dent, and F red W right was re- 



cuaslona and the neeeaslty of plan- 
ntng a defirrtte prog i amme for the 
cominK season. It was decided to 
hold an ex'raordiniaiy BMOting in 
the near futile. 

At the concluaien of the meeting, 
a buffet supper wxs .sc:\ed and 
dancing was enjoyed by the mem- 
bers and thMr frtanda until mid- 
night. 

PORKY ANDREWS 
BREAKS RECORD 

In the final of the baa>eball throw 
at the VictOrU High School yester- 
day afternoon. George "Porky " An- 
drews broki his last year s recoirl 
of 31.1 feet 1 Inch with a luiil <tl 
333 feet 6 Inches. 'Inhere was a 
slight breeae which played advaii- 
Ugtously for tlie participants tout 
did not account entirely for the 
broki n mark. Jack FeiKason and 
Tom Dal/ell placed second and 
third, respectively, with throws 
under MO feet. 

Ellmlnat loius wci<« In 1<1 in thp 
l)oys' Junior and lntcrmcdiau> hur- 
dles and the Junior seventy -five-' 
yard dash. T. Fox. R. Warburton. 
R. Price and P. Bl.shop placed In 
the junior 1; ijdle e\enl Fred 
Smith. BUI Brown, J. Linn and O. 
Biahop gained bertha for the finals 
in the aame ln,tennediate aection. 
D. Alton, R. Warburton. T. Fox 
and R Price will be the contestants 
in the final of the boya' Junior 
ae enty-flve srarda. 

The .seventy-yard senior hurdle.% 



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c&ic t\c:y '» tlio itct.i. Vju 

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elected treaaurer for a secbndl term. , ^^j^ ^..^^^ r,,,, ^„ i„ 

while Jack HoCkrtdca waa named | gj^i;,- fitminationA ye.sterdav Vir- 
ginia "Si>eedl' Hall, Margaret Ton- 
fman. J. . ien and J. Marrion all 

placed in thLs event Further ellm- 
ination.s will be held this aftrmoort" 



frecretary. 

Prank IvImr.s and D Morcan will 
act on Ihe executive along wjth the i 
retirUig president. George Wilkin- 
aonr Ft e dwlc K ing, popular con- 
ductor, waa once again elected to 
fill tlii.^ important post Harry Ward. 
will act in the capacifv oT pfopeWv ' *^ Hsi of events. 



and bo\s and girls are urged to 
con.'ult the school notice boards for 



This was :icir(^ 1 i||>oii 

Prowler Tut lo I IikIiI A .v,(ken< d 
early ycstf I ci.i v inonun.: Mi Pooley, 
mother of E. F. Pooley, 1045 Belmpnt 
Avenue, turned on the light and 
found a yotin? prowlT in her room. 
Ttie man fled before Mr Pooley 
reached the room. The prowler was 
believed to have gained entrance 
thorugh a porch window. 

Withdrawi Charfc — The charge 

airalnst George Brown of having 
bougiiL a .sweepstake ticket, contrary 
to law, was withdrawn m the c.ty 
police court yesterday. C. L. Har- 
rison, city prosecutor, aatd that the 
information Jiad been gained by the 
police that there had been no acttial 
buying of a tkket. 

Making Tour ' - Mavor David 
Leeming will leave todav for OreRon. 
where he will attend ceremoni.''.s 
marking the official opening of 

tnrm watn. luui imr.iaie up mat- 
ters pertaining to' the tourist bu.sl- 
ne^.* He w;ULJaa.4«aiBpaiiled by 
(ieornr I Warren, pubUcity com- 

muvioi.p'. 

Soldier Kept Word— HavUlff QOm- 
pUed with all c o ndiU o na of ids eon" 
tract under ^ha Batter Houalnf Act, 
Frank Jonea, Vancouver veteran. 

was declared bv the Government 
ye.sterday to have eamed the $.300 
grant customary from the Mate In 
such cases. Thia amount was placed 
at the credit of hia agreement with 
the City of Vaacouvar. forth wttfr: 



"NERVES" 
SNECAUEIIT 



mm mm 

KOAU CONDITIONS 



Janior Chami»er of Commeree Mem- 
kers. Hrar It>(rr<-*(iiit U/-|Hirt 
From Frank Fartndje 



Roadx on 'Vancouver laland and 
the present system ~0f" highway 
building in the province were di - 
cussed, and their various pha.ses 
heatedly debated by members of the 
Victoria. Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce, last night, following an en- 
lightening addre.-is m.-ide hv Franx 
Partridge, who contended that oniv 
A small proportion of the mon""'. 
ralaed through gaaoline taxea and 
automobile lloencea waa spent on 
British Columbia roads. 
-r-After. two hmirs of dlacuaalon 
members named the following stand- 
ing committee to go further ima 
the question Mr. Partridge, chal.'- 
maii ; Leslie Osborne, W. W. Martin. 
F. s. MarUn. George Beck. J. E 
Anderson, R. M. Grant and Vamon 
Ridgway. 

Whether a read eews mt aaiotti un> 
hampered politically, would aolve 
the situation and provide a definite 
hard - surfaclnK programme o\. r 
many yeara wax debated ai icngt.' 
McmbersLAlso dlscxissed the pros ai d 
eons of pressing l<!Oha buildinc 01 
a~Wast Coast laad al l i s l awssnt 
tinie. • . 



The pa.st year s acilvities were re- 
viewed 'briefly bv President Wilkin- 
son and Fred Wright. Mr. King 
also addressed ' the meeting and 

urged the .'uppor! of all the mem- 
bers for the coming .sea.son. 
Owing to important business dls- 



SK.N TR\ni: AdRKKMKNT 



WASHINGTON, May 18 ^>r».-The 
ITnited BUtea and Finland today 

»lgned a reciprocal trade airreement 



By UM Ainnrlilrd Prrti 

Although he did not play \es'er- 
day. l>ou Cl'hrig, of the New \t>i\ 
Yankees, took over third place in 
the American League a half of base- 
ball's Big Six when Buddv Lewis, 
of the Senators, went hitle-.s (ich- 
rig s average of .378 wa.s twelve per- 
centage points behind that of his 
teammate, Joa Di Magglo. Tlie 
statua of the National limue tito 
remained unchanged. 

THB StANDINO 

0. AB, R H 

Terry, Olanla IS M la 1% 

Sullivan. Indiana It 11 • » 

Mr<1«i.rk. CarSlnala ,. 97 lis n 4S 

i)il.Maaaie. Yaalrats ..It fit is it 

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HOMF FI N STWniNO 

Home Runs ^ esterday -W hitney, 
PTflinejf.1; VaugBan. FVittaa, 1; Ott, 
Giants; I: Leslie, Glanta, 1; Camp, 
bell. Reds, 1; Mlze, Cardinals. 1 

Tlie I>eaders F'oxy. Red Sox, 8j 
tr6.skv Tndianv fl: I Jlckey, Yankees. 
7 familh Plullie.s 6; Ott, Glanta, 6. 

League Total.s— American League. 
132; National League, 131. Total. 360. 



Victoria United soccer eleven wll! 

tl/OM K workout tomorrow evening at 
de.slgned to expand their commercial 1 the Royal Athletic Park at 7 o clock, 
relations. ' All players are requested to attend. 



and 



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Boadad allaatiaa. 

SIm took DadTs Kidiff Pilli ai •n<a. 

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VUzvr & .Wat 

Takes Cup t it\al 

Pitaer ai lfiXVSBoer eleven, cham- 
pions of the Baanleh lAid Dlatrlct 

Football lyagiie, wound up their 

' :irrent sea.son's plav :n a bla/e of 
: glory, on Sunday, at Hampton Road. 

when they defeated the Busy Bee 
' ra'-. «-a. In the Teddy Hawkes 
, K. -ckout Cup final. 

Tlie ?roph\. along 7 ■' "^^ ' ^• 

".wards, ' wUl be pre.-'n'>- i r • <■ 
I annual ' banquet, tomorrow esenmc I 

at Alec'a HaU, Bunudda Road. The | 




"It's May ^24th, and we're off on the roaS, 



Let Mfit^UsU prote U can. carry a IoaA\P 





langeroutly, 
lOC^ pure, useful lubricant. Gone are 
the gum and sludge of other dsys. 
Carbon troubka ara aiaaoat noknowa 

with Mobiloil. It's refined by the 
Ciearoaol Process. Fill with Mobiloil 
today. 

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rut DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA^ B.C., TUESDAY.. MAY 19, 1936 




Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 




Breakfast Meeting Held 
B y Credit Association 



-J. Vance Wallace, of Saii KraiHi<*ro, .\«l«lrr«<>c!* 
Gatl^riiig of Delfgatcs lo Sixtrenlh Aiiiiiiul 
G > av6ntion TWoin«n Sponsor ^ffireakfa^t 



Will Marry 

'If 



Naval Officer V, O.N. Planning Drive 

For Nursing Service 



V 



y monUnc. tanat 334 
men and wotnen, delegatm to the 
llxt«enth annual conference of the 
retail credit exorutlves of the Pa- 
cific fjorthwest were guests of the 
Vlctorl» Credit Women> BreaSfist 
Cl ub at b wkfi 

Vmm» WhllMe, 



V«i»e» WhllMe. <rf San 
A«neiaco. Wosteni manaic<^ of the 
Kattonal ReUU Credit AssocUUlon. 
•poke on "Credit Educauon " 

Mr. Wallaee aald ttere were four 
dlvUlona to hto top le. T< ww we r r: 
The edutetion of the merchant; the 
•duoatlon of the credit executives: 
that of thf rrpdit biir«'aii. and that 
of the cuat^ner. The merchant's 
edurafton wan two-fold, that de- 
rived from hla own expertenoea and 
that galneOmn otherf . Inie endit 
Weeutlvex's education wa.s similar. 

The credit rxccuilvc. declared Mr. 
Wallace, must be a banker, ac- 
countant, lawyer, economist and 
■tnWe relatlona expert. The credit 

• 1 - - - t a 



At the Hotels 



DOMINION 
Mr. D. flMter. Mr. C. P. Stardc 

Mr H Murphy, Mr. O. 3 Ju»in!>ton. 
Mr. E. V. Abblett. Mr E W Hinch- 
lilTe. Mr. Harold P. Burton. Mr. P. D 
Oowan. Ifr. It P. Woraley, Mr. H; B. 

Pearson and Mr C. n Jlour.slon. 
all of Vanrouvpr. Mr and .Mrs. F H. 
Norlr. Cowlrhan Station; Mr CiPr- 
ald Upton. Mr. Johnaon and Mr. 
Ooerrt A. McDonald. Vancouver; 
■lemberi of the Women's Benefit 
AsAoclatlon. Ohemalnua: Mm. A. 
M. Murray, Chemainus; Mrs W. 
Prosier. Mrs. Olbson and Miss Mar- 
iraret English . Nanalmo; Mrs. N. 
Howe. Mn. Cherrington and Mr 
and Mrs. H. A. Porter. Chemalnus; 
Mr. and Mra. CharW ,J. John.-«in. 
Portland. Ore: Mr Joe Wright, 
Minneapolis ; Mr. and Mrs. N. 
Boyce and Prof. A. Bovine Vancou- 
ver; Mrs. A. Poeter. Nanalmo: Mra. 
W. E. Trnv and rI.iUKlU/>r, Colfax, 
Wa.sh : ,Mr.s. P A Rii.sspll. .Soatfle; 
Mr C P. Banner Mr M .s Txld, 
Vancouver: Mr. C. E. Ro«.s, London, 
England: Mr. and Mn. H. Katzln, 
Calgary: Mr. and Mrs. C. O. .sjnqMui. 
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. SJoqul.st Van- 
coiivrr, Mi-is C Booth--«llbborn. 
London, England; Mr. A Cooper, 
Bequlm. Waah.; Mra. B. Brechin, 



bureau manager must have knowl- 
edge of other posltlonA and should 
be able to minimize the troublea of 
other department*. Every man and 
woman connected with a cre'dlt aa- 
«orialion had the ix>tentiality of 
bringing npw idras to the profe*- 
viort 

' Canada, he continued, had taught 
the United* States how to put the 
Ideals of credit into practice. 

The-eonstant educattlon of the 

ptircli.T-ii ff public b\- credit urant- 
ers li;id broiiu'ht <i<-liiiitf rpsult.s In 
bettrr buvif.i; an I < rfd:' practices. 

Mayor David Leeming spoke to 
the audience of thi gi^t iioenlc 
attractions here. 

Telegrams of congratulations from 
the San FYaiu-Lsro Cn.'dli Woincn'.s 
Breakfa.st Club and nifmbcrs of the 
Nor'.hwfst C^oiin' il w* !^ read T'Iih 
silver rup for attendance at the 
breakfa.st was awarded to the- Van- 
couver delegation, with twenty-five 
represenUtlvea b#l»» JHOJfttr ^ 

North BatUelord, Sask.; Capt. C. R 
Brtwster, vtMBovntt. ' 




At a apaeial meeting of tha V.O N. 

board je.sterriav with Mis.s Pit/- 
glbbon. the prp.sidcnt, in tlic chan . 
tentative plana were made TOT thP 
drive, for funds which is to be car- 
ried iML tat-ibt order from MffffW 
to June 8. The sum of tS.OOO Is 



the order's objective for local needs, 
and Mrs N A Yarrow and Mrs 
A. R. Wyllle were a&ked to take 
ictaarfa ot the publicity, with the 
asalstanoe of Mr. Pred M c Offef o r 
and Mr C S. Henley. ' . 

June 6 Us the date set for 
V.O.N, tag day, and as a departure 
from the usual "tags," those «on- 



IM; medicals. 17; eommunleables, 

38, .suri!u als ') . pre-natals. 7; ob- 
st^'tiKals Hiid itilam.s. 3; post-iiataU 
and uifanLs 12. health Inslnu uon 
1^ 955 visits were made, and 688 of 
thew^ visit* were fr«r — Pour," weii- 



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baby clinics were held, with an at- 
tendance of aevenly-flve- babies 
PiFTht tuberetikMla clinics were at- 
tended. 

Donations' were gratefully r?- 

ofived from the following Ready- 
tO-Hclp Ciiclr, Kinjr's Daughter.^; 
theH Mrs. Cfiner, Mis.s Kvi.c-x k. Mi.'^ 
Peters. .Mi.ss Huine, R.ii A. Club, 
Ormond !. BLscuit Factory, Junior 
AuxUury, Mr. Virtue. St. Matthr« s 
Oulld. The Ociod Companions, Mis 
Carter. Misses Barreh", Mrs. Wilson 
Miss Dunbar. Mrs. Roas and Mtvs 



trlbuilng even tiM amallest amount 
will receive tiny boUtonnlerts of 
blur forK«'t-me-iiot.s, which have 
been supplied by Dr. Luden. 
Miss Creaaor's report df the worrj-cmy, iar^~K«IMMr •nd 'Mri.^lUy 



for Aprtt 



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An idfal fruit Iixativ* . . . prepared in such a 
way that the iuU laxative cifect o( natuial iruits 
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Mr. Q Edwards. Seattle; Mr. P. 
Foley. Alberni; M1a» M. Melroise. 
Shawnlgan Lake; Mr and Mrs. 
Arthur Mar tlndale, VanCO^lVW 



FOREST INN. SHAWNTGAN LAKE 

Mr and Mrs Harry Bird Mr 
John Ci Moiiteith. Mr H. L. Bailey, 
Mr. E. Campbeil. Mn. J. L. 
Pearoe, Mra. P. B. Young, all of Vic- 
toria. Mr A. L. Trotter, Mrs E A 
WhlUier, Mrs. Jules Ablowitz and 
daughter, all of Vancouver Mr.^ 
Torllef Tcrland. Mrs. C. E. Claypool, 
Mrs. mam r, m^lcr. aU oC Se- 
attle. 



MISS E A. "SUE- HOUSTON 
Who. with her mother, Mrs. E. S. Houston, ol Ottawa. i« on her wiy 
from Eastern Canada to Vancouver, where her marriage to Commiader 
H. K. RaM. JLC.N, «l H.M.C.8. SImmm. laqidmalt, «UI taka place 

tomorrow. ' 



P. -I A. Activities 



MOUNT V1BW 

The Mount View High School 
Parent -Teacher Association will hold 
it.s monthly merliiiK in 'hr srhool 
on Thursday at 8 p m. As this will 
bp the final mefUng of the term, It 
ha.s been decided to make it a social 
pvpning. and all parents, whether 
members of thp a.s.srHiat nm or not. 
air cordially Invited to attend and 
make the acquaintance of the aa- 
iftxrtatton mnd of the sUff of the 
Mount View high school. 



Wss Davidson] [CH flif^tochai^ 

mO- JLPf Vt,VY7^VPP^ tTMW 9 



D. G. Walker 



FOOTWEAR 



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A quid family wpddine took place 
last evening at 8 oclock at the 
home of the brides parents, Mr. 
and Mra, Jamea D. Davklson, SM 
Bumaide Road, when their eldest 
dauchter. Rubv Elizabeth, became 
the bride rtT .Mr. Dennis G Walker, 
only .son of Mr and Mrs. A. H. 
Walker. North Quadra Street. In a 
fragrant setting of mauve- and whita 
lilac. 

Adjutant H J M.^rtin, of Vancou- 
v( T, (oii(lu<tP(l tli<' (crcmony, and. 
as the bride entered the room with 
her father, who gave her away, her 
cousin. Mr. Richard Higglns, played 
the Wedding March. Tlie bride wore 
a pre! IV frnrk of cream lare and 
an embroidered veil arranged with 
a wreath of orange bln.vsoms, and 
carried a bouquet of red rosea and 
n hite carnations. 8ha waa attended 
by the brldegraam'a aiater. Miss 
Tlwlma Walker. Who also wore a 
frnck of cream lacp and a larRP 
put lire hat. and earned an arm 
b()Uf|uc'i ( f pink carnations. Mr. 
IJouKias Pedpn was the best man. 

Supper was served after the serv- 
!(■<• ftom a table decorated in white 
and yellow, and centred with the 
wedding cake. 

After a honeymoon on the Island, 
Mr. and Mrs. Walker will make their 
honte on Eldon Place, Saanich. 



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Hatley Park 

Httifsr rark win 'fee mim te Um ^\\t ra WMIn«ae*ir. Mar M, fr— la ^.m to 
« PM. riMM Mier kv Mala Oat* oa' tba Maka Kaad. No aamlMiM charge 



Wc will coma to your homa, ihcasurc up ^our windows 
and giva you an Mtimata on your tcrttn rtquirtmenta 
witliout ehargt or obligation. 

Wa Cany Black, Oalwantsad and Copparad Wira 

Wa Alao Ra-Wira Scraana 

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Phone E 3513 




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Display WiU Be 
Held Tomorrow 



Final arrangements are being 
wwked o It by Mrs H. V. Bartholo- 
mew, president o( the Biuine-is and 
Profeaslnnal Women's Club, to en- 
sure the .success of the decorated 
table dL.(>Uv .it the EmJ>re.^s Hotel 
tomorrow from 3 p.m, to40 -p.mi 

In addition to eompeUtive antrtea 
in the tabla and floral arrangement 
rl.iiwses. several local mcrrhaiUs are 
arranging exhibition tablpis. featur- 
iiie flowers, hnen?!, china, silver and 
gla&sware of alluring appeal. 

The display will be open to the 
public at 3 p m., after Judging has 
bttt'u coniplpLcd. Mrs. Lawrence Bo- 
gle. prpMdenl of the .Sc.ittle OardPn 
Club. Mr%. J. w. Benning. Jr.. and 
Mrs. M. P. DriscoU have been en- 
lru.ited with deciding the winning 
entries, and from advance reports 
their ta.^k will be no sinecure. 

Num«n>ii.<4 reservations for tea 
durmi? the afteriKwn have already 
been received by the hotel* ant) dur- 
ing the evening ooffee and sand> 
wtches will be a\*ailflble from a buf- 
fet which Is bemg decorated by Mr. 
p A Saunders, head gardener at 
the Empre.v. 

Mrs. Bartholomew wUl formally 
present tha prizes 16 the winning 
i'ompetltors at 9 o'clock Wpdne.sdav 
evening 

The committee a.^M.slmg her with 
detailed arrangements includes Mra. 
B., O.'Maynard. MIak E. M. Macrae. 
Miss Helen Wells and Miss Mabri A. 
Oamaron. 



Witty iUtty 

at irma wiloo^ roniAjl 



Brita nnia WJL 

The W.A. to Britannia Branch Ko. 
7. Ca n adian Iiagloa, B.E.S.L., met 
recently, wikh Mrs. B. Walt, pre.si- 
dent, in the chair. Future social 
activitias and the Fall bazaar were 
discusiad. Reports were read, in- 
cluding, ona from Mn. O. Pinn, 
chalrmaa of the sick eonimlttee. 
Mrs. W. Mlddlpton gave a report on 
the court whist .soclal^ Two new 
members, Mr.s. Dawe.s and Mrs. 
Aspray, were welcomed. Mrs. Wait 
presented past-president's pins to 
Mrs. A. Norrls and Mrs. A. Bourne. 
The court whlat sociai was an enjoy- 
able affajr, the winners of the pri/es 
being as follows: Ladies' Arst, Mrs. 
C. Badger: gentlemen's first, Mr. 
Dobbs; eonaOlatloa prizes were won 
by Mrs. Rail and Mrs. A. Oomall. 
Refreshment.^ were served by Mrs. 
W. Mlddleton and her committee. 
Owing to the next social night, 
scheduled for May 36. conflicting 
with May 94 eelebntlons, it has 
been decided to eanoal aaoM Until a 

later date. 
Nanaim« Counotl 

Eindorsing the candidature of Mrs. | 
Paul Smith. MP.P., for president of 
the National Council of Women of 
Canada, and Mrs Rex Eaton, Judi^e 
Helen Gregory McOlll. Varigouver, 
and Mrs. OUley. New Westminster, 
aa chairmen of standing committees 
<rf tha same body, Nanalmo Local 
Council of Women decided to have 
Victoria Council repre.sent them at 
the National convention to be held 
in Halifax. The meeting decided to 
adjourn until Beptember and have 
executive meetlng.s during the Sum- 
mer monthis. All afnilauxl .*xieties 
have already paid their fees and the 
council Is In good sUndlng nation- 
ally nad provlncially. Mrs. j. s. 
Poster will represent Nanaimo at 
the Provincial convention to be held 
In Vancouver .May 21. when .several 
important resolutions from Nanaimo 
will come up tor dlaeosdoft. 

T.TA-caiwr Awy * 

A card party will be held m the 
TUbfr'Surou's Veterans' Clubrooms. 
812 Blaavliard .Street, tomorrow, at 
« P m , under the auspices of Mes- 
dames Pouracra, Pulthorpa and 
Hampton, Thia Is one of a series 
arranged In aid of the sunroom 
addition to the TV A Clubrooms. 
There will be good prizes and re- 
freshments, nominal price of admis- 
sion, court whi.st or bridge. 

at Savtaafs WA. 

A auooMBfUl antertalnment was 
given recently by the .st SaMour s 
Otrls* Branch of the Women s Aux- 
lllarv Tlie programme coii.«,lsted nf 
a three-act play entitled "Head- 
lines," s comedy. "Mechanical Jane." 
and a novelty, "Thraa <rf 
L«e." 

Parpla Star Lodg* 

Victoria Purple Star Lodge No 
104. L O B A., will meet tomorrow at 
f ;> Ti :n the Orange Hall. Courtney 

reet A good attendance Is ex- 
pected as tha July M eriabratkMu 
will be discussed. 

Victoria Lodfo* Na! U* 

The*^ regular meeting of Victoria 
I«dge No 83. Daughters of St. 
George. wUl be held in the 8.O.E. 
Hall on TTirinaailaf aTaiilm at s 

o'ltloek. -^__T 



Dinner Is 
Given for 
Delegates 



In direct contrast to the heavy 
activities of the day. (Relegates to 
the sixteenth annual conference of 
retail credit eaecutlves of the Pa^ 
cifie North«-e8t last night relaxed 
at a dinner party In the Empress 
Hotel. 

Strictly inforpiy throughout^ the 
dinner waa featured by various 
stimts presented by cities repre- 
sented at the convention. Follow- 
ing dinner, a dance was held, with 
the Victoria Credit Oranters' Aa- 
aoeiation aa JmmI. - 

During pinner, turns were given 
by Victoria. Tacoma, Vancouver. Se- 
attle, spoimna .and. Patland. dete::- 
gates.. 

Daneaa were preaented duriaa the 

evening by pupils of the Plorence 
Clough Dancing Academy. 



Miss Ethel Dopp 
Chosen Head of 
Breakfast Club 



Miss Bthel Dopp. Bpokiine, was 

elected president of the Pacific 
Northwest Council of Credit Women's 
Braakftet Oluba, at ita district con- 
ference' at ' the Etiii'tp'^s Hnt< i on 

Sunday evening. Embracing Brit- 
ish Columbia. 'Alberta, Washington, 

Idaho, Oregon' and Montana, the 
council held Its convention jointly 
with the sixteenth annual confer- 
ence of Northwest credit executive^. 

Mrs. Maybelle Bliss. Portland, was 
elected vice-president, vhile Mi.ss 
Muriel Smith, .S<>attle was chosen 
treasurer. Miss Fdna K Herbrand- 
sen, Vancouver, was named corre- 
sponding secretary of the organiza- 
tion, while Misa Marguerite Carter, 
president of the Victoria Women's 
Credit Breakfast Club, waa chosen 
recording secretary. 

The session waa the third annual 

meeting of the organization. It was 
rpported there were eleven break- 
fa.st clubs oivrating In the Noiih- 
west, and in 'x)th Canada and the 
United Stat/'.s thirty- two clubs. It 
was decided that the Northwest 
group would concentrate ererv ef- 
fort d';.:'uT 'lie coming vear to have 
the orisMiu/ation nationalized. 

Miss Avadana Cochrane. Seattle, 
was chosen to represent the council 
ITThFTiSonVf nOon^r^TKe- NaHoha t- 
Retail Credit Association to be held 
next month in Omaha. Neb. 



H'XTON AND HAPPY VALLEY 

The monthly meeting of the Lux- 
ton and Happy Valley Women's In- 
stitute was held at the home of 
Mrs. H. Baxter, recently, with Mrs 

J Trace in the chair The flower 
show committee w;i.s warmly con- 
grattilated on tnkinn second prize 
at the Victoria Spring Flower Sliow 
fcn- display, an4 It waa arranged to 
hold tlie ~i)eaIlK~aiy^sports at Lux- 
ton on June 8. the Women's Insti- 
tute to .serve tea Tlie u.sual flower 
show will be held in July and it 
was resolved to raise tlO for the 
provincial conference fund. Mrsr-J:- 
Stocluuid gave an interesting dem 



roll. Tea was served at the conclu- 
sion of the meeting by iavr~9Mter 
and Mrs. Bonl'nn , 

SlilRLET 

-BMrlay Inatituta held ita regular 

monthly meeting at the home of 
Mrs. M A^ Clarlc. Mrs Edwin Clailt, 
the president, (x rupied the ( Imii A 
letter from Mrs. J. D. Gordon re- 
garding the Provincial Conference 
was read and an effort will be made 
to have this Institute represented. 
Pund.s were \oted to insure trans- 
tx>rtAtion of the .school children to 
attend Health Day at Langford on 
June 5, the school trustees usually 
co-operating with the institute In 
this mat'..<^r Tlie mport of the 
president was received regarding 
Ihp recent contest in aid of the 
Community Hall Fund, 168.88 bemg 
the amount to be handed over to 
the Community Association after 
all expenses are paid. 

Appreciation was expressed to the 
following donors of the pri/es for 
the contest: Mrs. W. H. Anderson, 
Mrs. H. P. Anderson, Mrs. P. E 
Cross, Mrs. N. E. Milligan. Mrs M. 
A. Clarlc. all of Rhirlry and Mrs M. 
E. Jack.vm, of North .'^<X)ke. also to 
Mr P. Aldham for his assistance. 
A list of prizes available for the 
Shirley Women's Institute and 
members of same at the exhibition 
to be held at V.-uicouver in August 
was given lo all mrmbers pre.<ent. 
as It is desirable that as large an 
entry as possible be obtained in the 
women's Uistltute section this year. 
Miss W. Arden and Miss G. M. 
Clarlc SKsLsied the hosteit> In serv- 
ing refreshments, a vor? of thanks 
b<-ing accorded Mrs. Clark for-her 
hospitality. ^ 




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There were six tables of military 
-hOO" in play at the card party 
sponsored by the Shirley Commun- 
ity Ajtiioelation at the schoolhouse. 
The prize winners wei%: Ptrat prlae, 
Mrs. B. H. Clark. MlM Jean Shan- 
non. Messrs. A. Pedneault and B. 
noblnson: ten-bid. Mrs W J Shan- 
non and R.iymnnd C ClArk: travel- 
ing prize, Mrs ,1 P< vir.pnult, Mrs. M. 
A Clark, Mr. E. Banner. Sr., and 
Mr. E. Banner. Jr. Conveners were 
Mr. and Mrs. SJS. Clartt and Mrs 
J. Newman. 



BLAiKETT— KLHN 
The engagement was announced 

in Toronto mi Saturday, May 16, of 
Bertha Geraldine < Jerry), d.-»uehter 
of Mr. and Mrs Pratt Knhn, 03 
Colin Avenue, to Mr. Harold Wilfrid 
Blackett, BJt.. B.8e.. of Hamilton, 
only son of Mr Frederick J. Black- 
ett and the late Mrs. Blackett, of 
Vir'.irt;^ Vhf marriage will take 
place on June 20 Mr Pr;>tf Kuhn 
is a former resident nf Winnipeg, 
and la well known to the advertls- 
ing men of Waatam Canada. 



C06Pn— BRRIMHIITM 

Mr and Mrs p r .skrimshire, of 
Shawnlgan Lak^ ,<niiounce the en- 
gagemen* of their second daughter, 
Marion Panoourt, to Mr. Keith 
Chadwick Coopef. only son of Mr. 
and Mrs C C Cooper, of Victoria 
The wedding will take place on 



On H oliday in. California 





cir; chum says you can be 
si.!^ a girl .N :r,ind Ls occupied with 
serious tlioiiplus concerning some 
man when she geu that vacant look 
fn har faea 



Annual Showet 

Held at Duncan 



DUNCAN May 18 — Ve«teiTl., , u .,s 
I Hospital Sunday at the King .s 
Dnughters Tlospital and sppToxl- 
mately $300 worth of linan was 
donated to tha Inatttutian by the 

public. 

Tlie mniTon. Misa Kerr, waa as- 
ststed In receiving tiM iinen by Mn. 
John Oib«>,»nd Mrs. N. R. Craig 
Mr. 1. W Neel. president of the 
Cowlchan Hospital A.s.soriation. and 
.Mr N R. Craig showed the pUat 
for proposed slteratlona and addl- 
Uon* to the buildings 

Tea »as .served at the Nurse.* 
Home under the direction of Mrs 
P. a. Alderaey. Mn, N. Mclver ar- 
ranged the tea tablaa. at wMeB Mn. 
J. Pleticher presided Aasi.sttng wer* 
Wrs. Hugh Sa\»(re Mrs Greg 
Young. Mrs R O Tait Mrs H W 
McKensle, Mrs. Jl. A. Thorpe, Mra 
iMcMUlan and Un,J. d. Wnnifaa 

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On vacation are Boa Thomas C Dsvis sod Mrs. Davia, who a^c wen 
above as they srrived m Loa Angeles aboard the liner lanta Paula, 
from Naw York. Mr. Davit li Attorney General of tha Prowincf of 

taskatchcwsn. «• 



Mrs, Charles W. Baker entertained 
members of L'AlUance sgrancaiae at 
a delightful tea party recently at her 
home on Sinclair Road, which closed 

the .se.win'.s activities imtil October. 
.Mrs. Baker was assisted by her 
daughter in reoetving the guests. 

Madame B. Sanderson --Mongln. 
sjjtMklng for L'AlUance, welcomed 
.Madame Archibald and Mr.s M. Lit- 
tle, president and acUng-president, 
and reviawed tha year's undertak- 
ings. The main objective, the an- 
nual buraary for the student making 
highest nK\rk.s in FYench .a Vn lorla 
College, had been achieved. Mrs. 
Hamilton Smith, treasurer, reported 
a satlsfacvory bank ;acoount. ' The 
Awarding this year and Tor subse- 
quent yeiirs of the Charle.s Marrh.iiid 
Cup for I-Yeiich-CaiKidian folk .M)n«.s, 
to be competed for in the Mu.uc 
Festival, waa spoken of with satis- 
faction. The results had been most 
gratifying. 

Mlias Deborah Aush, a former win- ; 
ner of L'AlUance bursary, was eon- j 
gratulated upon gaining the higher 1 
prize, which entitles her to a yeai s 
study In I'arl.s. Mi.ss AlsIi will leave 
about the middle of June .so a,!> to 
take advantage of the Summer 
courses offered by L'AlUance Fran- 
caise at headquarters in Paris, 

SPBCIAL COURSES 

Madame Archibald spoke of the 
excellent arrangemenUs at the im w 
building of L'AlUance there, of it^ 
Ana appearance, good ventilation 
and modern lighting. M. Dalbis, 

presidf^nt. is kei iily ui'''rest.ed m the 
v^ork of studenij*, and Ape< i-tl (oui ^' .s 
of - cvan- a j po nHl' s d u f.tu<)ii 1m.< 
been arranged for day or eveiung, 
and at a raaaonable cost. L'AlUance, 
she explained, is dlsttaKtly actuated 
by intellectual motives, for cultural 
gain, and no aspect of political 
propaganda has any . place in its 
organlnition or objacttvas. 

Referring to the local branch of 
L AlUance l-Yancause. Madame Archi- 
bald found that a« mtich, and per- 
hapa more, has been acoompUkhed 
heiw than in the more populous cen- 
tres She spoke with plea-s irc or^i,r 
friendship and loyalty *liu(i ,vui- 
ates the membi r.^hlp, and pxpres^ed 
their appreciation to Mrs. Baker lor I 
har hoapltaUty. | 

Ai^ttue COnciUsim of liei addre.^s 
Mrs. Archibald pre.si-nted to Mrs. 
Little a small gift in acknowledge- 
ment of her succe.salul 'direction of 
the affairs of L'AlUance d^ng her 
absence from Victoria Mr.s Hamil- 
ton Smith and Mim Dorothy Ken- 
nedy. trea.'urer and aecretary, ware 
A\Mt thaiikrd for their devoted work. 

, ULEiitiING CONTEHX 
In a gueasing contest In whtrh^ tihe 
names of people, place,* hi; ! r.pnts 
in the life of Napoleon, wncv< era 
has been reviewed by L'Allianoe 
during the past season, were to be 
found, the first prlae was won by 
Mr.v T B insiui and the second by 

.Mrs M, Uttle. 

Wra. t^aon presided at the pret- 

iil> -appointed tea table, and wa* 
a.-**i.sied III .vr . ea b",' members 
of the commi!,*'- ru..p .n various 
lovely shades '*ere uaed about the 
iarg0 room, and a cheery Are lent 
warmth to a duU and rainy after- 
noon. 

Among those pi f.-s<-n'. /.t" Madame i 
Archibald. Madame E. fianderaon- 
Mongin. Madame A; B. Vivenot. Ma- 1 

di'p PrifeSA-erck. Mrs M I.if.lf 
.VI, E Hamilton .Smith .Mr^ T B 
Ir . luS. Mr. F^.A ^ ?;even ., Mrs. 
IkxHh, Mr^ O BJornslelt. Mr« Ty- 
aon, Mrs. Mattirk. Mrs. Bbbs-Cana- 
van Mr^ H O. dtanler. Mrs. Alrey, 

Mrs .Nixon, Mra. Routledgfi Misa 
Harvey. .Miss Geache Mis,« K Baker. 
Miss Pairman. Miss B. Y. Baker, 
Mile. Haiene Meunler. Mias 
Lowden. MiM Deborah Aish and 
MiAs Nona B)enw(alt. 




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BAD BREATH 

The eld theory that bad breath 
arises ki the mouth ki mislead 
ing. Bad breath Invariably .trt^.- 
from the stemaeh. Lyptol \i.ii 

vrpllr rItMiisrs the inoiilh .«ii<l 
whrii ^w.iJIoM rd. nrulralirrv fi-i 
meiiUilivr priM ps4^s in (hi 
stom.ii h. llic r< .il source of bad 
breath. salisfactiM or money 
refunded by all Vaaeawver Drag 
<C«L.B«araa— tie. Me and 74e. 



iSoted hi (i u^elist • 
(wirrs Message io 
Big Con fjf re gallon 

A spiMtiiaiiy inspiring evangeUstia 
addres.s was given by Mrs. Catherine 
Boolh-Clibbom before a larae ron- 
gregatton in St. Andrews PreMby- 
terisn Church last night. 

She toki of how varkms Isms, secta 
and syitema were aearchlng for a 
reni«-dv of the world's ilU, but not 
siK ( i pdiiig Socialism wa* one of 
the^p Rvstems, ' but, lU ropa is not 
long enough. It had no way of 
dealing with the amners " Sinning 
was not a problem of the pocket- 
book, she declared, but of tiie heart. 

After watching the fUUUty of 
surh system.^ the speaker aald, slia 
had come to a reallution that h'l- 
mani'y could not save huoMtii'v 
She then launched into her main 
subject of salvation through a 
surrendeno God 



Cheniaiiiiis 

Mr and Mrs, Dunnw. or^er 
M>ria^M^ been the guesU of theU" 
daughter. Mn. Dor Ballaihy, for tBe 
pa.^ week. 

• • • " 
Mrs. P. Rcede. of Spnncbrook 
Parm. and Miss C Thomas. _iiC, 
ijidv^iiiiih HFf spending the waalii' 

end in Victoria 

Mrs IVvIti \\s\%. left for rireat 
C^-t.'r.iI laV' ■,> hero v^e will visit 
her daughter. Mrs Leslie IngUs. 



Two members of tJis iSSIIBtttaa 
called on the f)«^tor in the hope 
thai he aould be able to give them 
some original Ideas HU suggestive- 
neas has been ^v helpful m t|ia 
t«ast.-AmertsMLXM«L 



Tottenham Husband: "The trou- 
ble arose from the prassing of a pair 
ef troirrr. MX wHa put tfx, creases I 
llB dba le^' i 




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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. TUESDAY, MAY 19,193? 




mm\ MUSIC 

URlitLnHASH 

Sir Ernest MacMillan Says 
Selections Too Often 
Not Good 



HALIFAX. May ;8 0).— Mucb ol 
th« lAOMQ (»l*jwd in CMUtdtftn 

churches is "trsah." BIr Ernest Mac- 
Millan. pruKipal of thff Toronto 
Coni«rvalry of Music and conductor 
of Um_ Toronto Symphony Orches- 
trt. tow the lWtf«x branch 
Canadian CoOogt Ot OrgMlllKl 
today. ■ 

With th« chaino fi mw^ "arbi- 
trary" In many CMM. church offi- 
dals MlfCted muale for attractiv- 
MM to draw larg« congregationii. 
81r ISroeit said. H« thought thLs 

a mistake 
.MI ST BE, GOOD 

' *tt is a fine thing to get people to 
tti.end rhiiri li. but th^ music rnasl 
be good, and In far too many 
churches It Is not good, but traah." 
Sir ■rnwt, who U In JUUfax an ad- 
judicator of the Bfartttmt Fasthral 
of Masic. declared. 

.said th*> problem not of 
like.s and dishkps. but ralhpr an 
tthlcal quesMoi.!, concprn'i vrry 



largelj^ With ObUTch authori i i«i Or 
imimu ^ htd the orettcai powwr to 
ITie^t-i rJSrc. ' m not aHMiB tbo 

practical powsr. 

Sir ■nioil «4M that church au- 
thorities woro nsnmiyi KTSttme 
Sometimes the organist did not 
know anv b«>Mi»r, but mor' oft«'n the 
selection of miwic was bad in spit* 
of him. 

Arrange for 

Koniivl Slunv 
And TugDay 

The Kint'i Daughters will spon- 
aof tho Kennel CfuB TRiow at the 
WIMr* OB Saturday. Juno IS. and 

arrangements for catering were dis- 
cussed yesterday at the district 
meeting hold laJihe mt roodii, with 
MrsN William Russell' presiding. 

Tho tag day^ td be held on July 4 
by the King's Daufhton was dis- 
cussed and Mrs. fmry wilt be the 
convener, with the Ready-to-Help 
Circle ui ciuirge of refreshments for 
taggor.s. Also di&cussed was the 
ga rd e n p*rty tu be held at the home 



A London Society Wedding! CEREMONY HELD IN i:ctt£rs»>(pto? 

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SHOirr WHITE 

SUITS 

$8.95 

SWAGGER WHITE 

SUITS 
$10.95 

THE PLIME SHOP 

747 Yate» Street 



of M1S.S Knthle»'n "Agnew, 

Clrchs reported worlc progressing 
as usual and the reportt of il<e rest 
room showed It wsa open twenty - 
tiv dayc with 1.514 paferooai 



Wonuji At Kingston: "Unforttin- 
aUly, I live the usual ItfO «C tl^ 
ordinary bousewUe. 




The same fine t. .i m a BOW 
package. New, fresh leaves, 
limdod and packed in Victoria. 

ALL GItOCUS sea IT 



Was Beat -Now Hears 

The Clock Tick 

"X was so deflf that T oould hear 
nothing; now I can licar the clock 
tick" writes Miae I. C, CioUlsboro, 
M.C. AOOWNK. created by a 
Vienna ear speclallot, le a simple 
home treatment which le bringing 
new Ixnie and happiness to sufler- 
ers every wlicre. If you' are hard of 
hearing, bothered by head noisews. 
earache, ringing and bussing in 
ears, sick with the dread of ap- 
proaclung deafnc-': kp' AOURINE 
today. Relief is quit k t nf.[A only a 
few cenU a day. Money bnrk If 
dliaatlafled. At MacFarlane Drug 

-^mufWf* -^ome^ Douglaa and 

' JohhaoM BtreetJ. - 



Mr. and Mrs. T. Oavles, who have 
returned to make their .home in 

V:i 'f)VM nf'i r mahv years' r es id en ce 
ai I rail. were recent viSltOCa.at.tha 

home of their granddaughter. Mn. 

flunlf¥ P. filiffc 

• • • 

Mrs J Newman spent a few days 
vLMtujg friends in Vlctorta reoently. 

DEATH TAKES 
A.J.BECUIEL 

Coolmued from Pag. 1 
ship of aeveral dty btodcs end went 

into partnership with Cam« and 
Munsle. With them, he became In- 
terested to the soaHng trade, which 

was booming at that time, and 
bought the schooner Pathflnder at 
Halifax to outfit in the sealing trade. 
He later went to Halifax and re- 
mained there a few years, operatmg 
nhlpa out of that port. On his re- 
turn to Victoria, he revlred his ac- 
tivity to the waterfront buslneiM, 
and ajwociated hlnu^If with the 
Victoria Machinery Depot, with 
which f^rm he was COhnectOd for 
about twenty years. 

gtntTnrmd bblativm 

He IS survived by two .v>ns. Dr. 
A. D. Bechlel. Victoria, and Albert 
E. Bechtel, .Saanich. ajid two daugli- 
ters. Mrs. J. W. Lennox,. Victoria, 
and Mra. W. C. 'Steueinff, flan An- 
tonio. Texas 

Funeral .services w.;: be held to- 
morrow afternoon ai 2 15 o'clock at 
Hayward's B.C. Funeral Chapel. 
Rev. Canon Chadwlclc will ofTlciate, 
and toterment will be to the family 
plot In Roes Bay Cemetery. 

• 

Winnipeg Man Is 
Rotary Goven 




N. toCMr to ih« aditof -UJ »• 

e«pt oter ih. proper •»««»*»"*..^«f no «^ 
of th» writer. Thu rul« adalU of no esr, 
copuon. M« toUar •bouM 



MO «ord* 



The wedding of Lady AngeU Scott, youngest daughter of the late Duk. 
of Bweeleweh and ^U it ^Mm R o ya l M ig i i n oe e the Huf hem of Qloucai- 
ter. and Lieut Commander Peter Dawnay. R.N.,. took place at St 
Margaret s. Wrstminster. and wss attended by many notabUittw. 1 Be 
bride and bridegroom, who saUed for New Zealand on tHW MHtjmoon, 
are seen leaving the chureh after the cerennony. . 



Cotitlnmd fveoi Page 1 
flu gpioibeo gollyew d to the church- 

yaid. which wm ortahllihod MO 
years ago. weia broedeaet tlireugh- 

out the United Kingdom ar^l were 
relayed to Canada. The rebruadcasi 
came ever CROY at 7 pm.. and the 
improHifo oharoflter oC tho pnoood- 
Utgr^ng the fun me e oun e of ai>- 
preclatlon c4 the flne gesture of 
Victoria were evuleni in the ad- 
dzoMM Of the dignitaries who 90ke. 
OEioiN OP mti 

The Idea of sending an arbutus 
tree to shade the last resting place 
of the great osplocor orlgto«tod with 
O. O. y ei wl io tt o n . ohalnnan of the 

historic sites committee of the Tour- 
Lst Trade Development Association 
Mr P«mt>erton Is also grand hl&to- 
nau ol the Native Sons of British 
ddlumlilat and has long bo^ ae 
tlvely aModAted with tho British 
Columbia Historical Society. 

Thirteen years «ko. Native .Sons 
of B.C. In Vancouver sent seeds of 
the Douglas fir. western hemlock 
and red^ oodar for planting to the 
Petenham eemetery, and haire itooe 
tliat time through the courtesy of 
th« Agent-Oeneral s oflloe In London 
each year pUoed a wreeSh on Cap 
uin Vancouvw's grave on the anni- 
versary of his death. 

COMMEMORATED PEACE 

It was Mr._pembertoo's Idea, that 
n addition to the young trees that 

were sent as seedlings thirte«Mi years 
ago, that It would be fltllng Uiai an 
arbutus tre* from the Island lo 
whkh Captato VanoouTor gave his 
name, in conjunction with that of 
Quadra, the great Spanish com- 
mandant whom he mot at Nootka. 
should be pUnU'd there. It f.xs 
while explortog the Strait of Juan 
de Fuea. titat Ar^bald Meudes, the 



Social and Personal 



Special tor Monday 

Net l.are Cl<'tii^. »a"M'''-- "f 
various new «lc»iKn§. 

72 X 90. Ivach *:\.nT, 

4$ X 4S. Each 

.VS X S6. Each. aitd 

Runners* from, each ' .~T®<* 

Vanity S*U. J piece*, from, a 
,et _ 

Ballast Linen Shop 

IMroRTTn IRISH iivrN 

IMS DOUOI.AR ST. raovr r, Mt 



A delightful membership tea was 

held by the Junior Bubdivuion of 
the Cathollo Women's League on 
Sunday afternoon at tho homo of 

Miss Louise Michaux, S3« TVutch 
Street, under the convener.ship of 
MUa Agnes Grant and Miss Nellie 
Cannon. Mlse IrfSehaOg was assisted 
in recelvtog her many guesU by the 
prejiident. Miss K. Merry, and the 
Mi.<MS Agnrs Bantly and Mona 
Kelpln. The tea Uble, with Its 
charming arrengement of double 
pink tulips, naretsel and pale pink 
tapers, was presided over by Mtil 
Kulalia O'Neill and Mim Nora 
OConnell. who poured te«. and 
coffee, and the servers w. re MUv 
Kathleen Nesbltt and Miss Mary 
Morry. During the afternoon Miss 
Helen Redgrave announced the sev- 
eral artistjt. who gave an enierUin- 
Ing programme. Mi.vj Wanda Spen- 
cer played several piano solos, and, 
MtM MiM Mtirray and Mm. Black 
wrre heard in monologues: Misses 
Prance.i Cnwnden and Mary Grant 
gave pleasure with two vocal duets 
Among the guesU were Rev. Fath<r 
Oeuker*. Mre. acert. Miss Mar- 
guerite McKay. Mrs K. T. Hughes. 
Mrs H. Nesbltt. Mrs A. Grant. Mr^ 
H Cannon. Mr.>^ P J Harris, Mr«^ 
H. Fairs. Miss Wanda Spencer. Miss 
Mla e Ma ry Morry. Ml.« 
ITflcn Redgrave, Mrs. M. Black, 

unan^UwewSS'^Vr^^'orT^^^ 

let of Rotarv TntemriMona kelpto. -MlSs Agn^« O^an'. 

M 5 cure Krublnskl. Miss Bleen 
coilm-^. Mlas Mary Ciimmetford, 



Drysdale. Brysie F o r b e Ruby 
Bethell, Kathleen Forbes. Helen 
Atack. Jennie Stewart and Mary 
Clements. 

• • • 

Tea at Kmprew 

6U- Robert Falconer, principal 
emeritus ol ' the University of To- 
ronto, and Lady P'aiconer were the 
guesU of honor at a little informal 
tea arranged bl^ho eaOpuUve of the 
local branch of the League of U%- 
Uons Society yr sterday afternoon in 
the Elizabethan room at the Empre?^ 
Hotel, and a number of old To- 
rontonUns were among tho 



bot.-inL<!t Vith Vancouver's expedi- 
tion. diJKovered the arbutus. The 
,M«niflcanc« of the ceremony, Mr. 
Pemberton panted out, was that it 
eommomomted pooco andftiendihlp 
between Battom « tiili ooMt glaeo 
that time. 

ArrangemcntJi to citrry out the 
idea were undertaken by the Tourut 
lYade Development Association and. 
through thelclndneae of King Broth- 
ers, transportation was made pos- 
.slble to London. 

In the Empire capital, W, A. Mc- 
Adam. the aetlhg Agent-Oeneral for 
Brttl^ Columbia, devoted a great 
deal of time to a-uuring the success- 
ful con l'a.^u>n of the ceremony, and 
thA achievement of yesterday was 
largely duo lo hit offorU M that 
behalf. 



Fourth nuitrtrt of Rotary Interna 
tional St the dis'nct cr>ii . rn' ion 
which started here today. Two hun- 
dred and fifty delegate* from all 
parts of Westem Oaaada tn at- 
tending. 



* Our New 

Spriag Shoes 

An N«ie on DMay In the 



CATHCMrS, LU 



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Bankrupt Lawyer 
Sought by Police 

TORONTCX May Ig CW -j-A a poiloe 
on both iMef of the border aought 

John J Huggard. Beaforth. Ont , 
lawver. want.ed on a theft charge 
involving $2 000 he was deelnred 
bankrupt by an order issued at 0»- 
goode Hall here today. Poiloe have 
cheeked Hnggard's acoounta and 
declared securltlee vahied at more 
than |lSO.Om 
cated. 



MlMi Eulaha ONeill. Mi*s Agnes 
Nestaitt, Miss Blanche Fbb*-Cana- 
van. Mlee Mae Murray. Miss Jnf^n- 
ine Murray. Miss Mlrah Melker. 
Mtjw Bernadette ColbM*. Mleo Helen 
Tulk. Mi!w Mary Grant, Mlw Ann 
Hughes. Miss Frances Cownden and 
Mlia Wtanli Leavttl. 

• • e 



Bridegroom R«"«lve« (lift 

On tli« ocia.-.ion ol lus majnagt 
which took, place on Saturday la-sl, 
U>! Mlsa Margaret Colluxs, only 
daughter at Mn, OoUlxu and of the 
late Mr. CoUlns. Mr. Harold Dear, 
E.R A., .son of Mrs. E. JarvLs, of Vic- 
toria, and of the late Mr. C. Dear, 
was the recipient of. a standard lamp 
from hla aieocUtee to HMX!S. 
Bkeena. 

• • • 

Returns From Vancouver 

Mrs. R. c>. Monleita rilurncd 
home ycst(iu.»y alter allcndint; the 
graduatioo of her davigbter, Mk>s 
Betty Montelth. at the Vancouver 
Cirncral Ho.spiUil. During the week- 
end Mr.s. Monleith was Uie guest of 
Mr. and Mrs. Ouy 8, RothweU, Sey- 
mour Ann. ^ . 

lieavca for Mainland 

Mns.H. B. JackAon. of tlv Empre.ss 

IIoii'l le!: on Sund.n' !■>;■ V.uk ouver. 

where slie wUl apftUd -» *f*!S '^r'^"'. 
procecQfUj^lfr Bgnrraftt tvke' to take 
chai-ge of the chateau thert lor the 
Summer. - 

Leavae for UdyaaaMh 

Mrs. WiUuun Ueorgeson, who has 
been spendmg ibe past few weeks 
with her parents. Major and Mrs. H. 
Meredlth-Jonoe. hae lefl for hw aew 
homo to Ladymlth. 

• • • 




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IMMJVERY sr^iH 



Oelightfal 
Mrs. prod Olivor cntortalnod ai a 

delightful surprise miscellaneous 
shower yesterday evenlr\g at her 
home on CJrant .Street, for Miss Eve- 
lyn Hill, whose mar riage to Mr. 
R6han toovey wni la*« f«wln June 
The many lovely glfte wore pre- 
nented to the bride-to-be to a mtol- 
niure trunk, jprettUy decorated with 
pmk and mauve crepe paper, and 
topped with a small bride and groom 

STRONG HEAD WINDS ''^ .^r***rw ".itS^nT*!;? 

. . iibbon.'s. the other enoa oeing ai 
DELAYING ZEPPELIN Itachcd to a fragrant Colonial bou- 

- Iquet. Tlie bouquet was particularly 

lovely, as It was made of real bridal 
orange blossoms and pink rose buds. 
After Mtarillrilmd opened her glfu 
xourt whist enjoyed by the 
guests and later ^ ipivr was served. 
A complete bn lal partv of bride 
and groom and their altendanU 
sUndlng on a mirror under a white 
bell, formed the approptl»» centre- 
piece for the prettily appototed 
table. Pink tulips and mai>.ve lilac 
and tall green lighted tapers com- 
pleted the artu^tic setting. Tlir 
we i e . ' M re . -^A*bert^ Butter. 
Mra. -aenwell. Mn. 
webstef, Mra Baron. 



New YORK. May IS '/r> — Reports 
to MacKay Radio tonight placed the 
Zcpix-lin Hindenburg approximately 
1,130 m:':< s out oC New Ydik -at .6 
p.m. iP.a.T.). 

The ship, gpparently fighting head 
wlnd.'^. traveling at a .^pTd of 
onlv UUrty-three miles per Iwu at 
thai 



mavAUSTs abbistid 



Mrs. Alfred Mannlx. of Calgary, 
and Mrs. A. Robertson, of Vashon 
Island, arrived In Victoria on Satur- 
day and are the gue<(ts Of Mn. iFTod 
Toms, Dougla.* Street. 

• • * 
Hostess at Tea 

Mrs. N. Van der VUet entertained 
a few friends at tea yesterday after- 
noon at her home on DuiTerin Ave- 
nue. 

• • • 
FVom Santa Anila 

Mr. A. C. Oilbert, ot Santa Anita, 
California, a freque nt vis itor 'm Vic- 
toria, is again niH CT^lS It tbe 

Douglas Hotel. 

• • • , ' 

In Hospital 

Mrs. Lillian MacKay, 3Stg tlra- 
ham StTNt, U making latlsfaetory 
progroM after her recent- operation: 
to St. Jose ph's Hospital. 

• • • 
Back From Harrison 

Mr and Mrs J. G. nooelwOOd. 4 
Beach nri-" liave rrlurned from a 
visit to Harnson Hot Springs. 



PARIS, May Ig rCP-ffavas).— , 

Tlilrfv RoyalUU «fre an-e.^TM rrt- tmetlO 
night wlvn. defvmg a CVoveniment ' Mrs. Jones, 
order forbidding them to meet inlPa^'". Mrs 



the Institute of the AcUop Prin- [ Mrs Slater. Mrs West, Mr.. M. 
calse, they iought lo rout a strong 



force of police thro#n around the 

bulldini? 

SKNATOK KORTIN DKAI) 

^iUEBBC, May 18 <r. — Sen«tor 
■mile PorUn died to hosplUl here 
this morning. He had been lU aev- 

Vral weekv 



lOoiigh. Mrs. Soubisier. Mrs Pollard, 
Mrs. acanUlng. Mr*. Keating. Mrs. 
ۥ Hill. Mn. S. OUver, Jr., Mrs, 
Creorge Blackburn Mrs F Rawns- 
Ipv Mra. W. C. Cave, Mrs. Dalby, 
Mrs., A. Todd. Mrs L Evans. Mrs. 
Brown- (Sedro-Woolley). and Mrs- 
W. S. ■ncry. 

• • • 



MONET cnCVLATBS 



HISTORY RECALLEf) 
LONDON. May 18 if .- History 
pages were tuned back 13S years 
today as Canadian and BMllshman 

gathered around a grave tn a little 
.Surifv village graveyard to honor 
the memory of the British saJlor- 
explorer who gave his nathe to 
Vancouver liland -Captain Oeorge 
Vancouver. 

He^ided bv Sir Percy Vincent, Lord 
Mayor of London, who will travel 
to Vancouver, named after the ex- 
plorer, to attend that British Co- 
lumbia city s golden Jubilee, a party 
of civic and Government officials 
traveled to the quaint nearb> vil- 
lage of Petersham. 

While the assembled company 
stood round the grave, with Its 
simple »hi.te headstone and mode.st 
in.vrlption in keeping with the 
tradition of the Royal Navy, to 
which Captain Vancouver belonged. 
Dominions Secretary Rt. Hon. Mei- 
rjjlm- Marffcmald planted an "Srbutiw; 
tree at the graveside on behalf of 
the city of Victoria, capital of Brit- 
ish OolumMa and principal dty on 
the Ishuid which bean tho great 

sailor's nsme 

PLACED WREATH 
T. A. McAdam. acting Agtnt- 

dnn. placod a wreath on the grave 
General of British Columbia In Lon- 
on behalf of the nativ« sons of the 
Canadian Wast Ooaet provtooe. 

The graveside eeremoniOB followed 
an Impressive prooe.saion fnat the 
ttoy red-brick church with its old- 
Ume high pews and a white me- 
morial tablet, inscribed "In the 
cemetery adjoining the church were 
interred in the vrar 1798 the mortal 
remains of CapUm George Vancou- 
viw. RJ*.. whose valuable enter- 
piistog voyi^e of discovery to the 
North Pacific Ooeafi~and round the 
world during five years of laboriotis 
survey added greatly to the geo- 
graphical knowledge .0* his country- 
men." 

ftenmt pRBsiiimD 

From the church the procession, 
led by the Lord Mavor with his 
sword-bearer and mace -bearer and 
other high clvle officials, proceeded 
to the grave. 

Later the company went to th» 
nearby town of Richmond, wher-, 
on behalf of the borough. Mayor 
p. H Ooodwto handed to Sir Perrv 
a~palrtfng by A." Wataon TumbuU, 
rntiiied Vancouver's OraeOi" for- 
presenlatloff to .the city of Van 
000 ver. 



THE LEAGl E » FAILUBE 
Sir.— Last Summer I made a sug- 
gestion through the local press that 
i w*>'««*p*^ THSK^ refuse to fight 
the ItaMan^nlr^ng forct and give 
(K ill unhindered entry, tCL ^S-UPJL . 
the couniiy. Liiis would give "Weight 
and advantage to their cause when 
he matter of settlement came be- 
fore an mtematlbnal poaoi aattlo: 
menl conference 

Today, after many lives have been 
lost, the Enipeior and (iovernmont 
of Ethiopia are now to a worse po- 
sition to dleeUie terms of peace than 
they would have been if they had 
retired and refused to fight at the 
v(r\ beginning, and placed thoir 
case unreservedly ui the iK>wer of 
the League of Nations, wh:< ii a^l 
they are able to do now, or go on 
indeDlhltely' with a long war of 
planned^ eeeret sniping of Italian 
reeldenta and troops throughout the 

On the other h/nd, the L eague 
of Nations faiied In Itf duly (woe 

more to protect a helple.'^s nation 
from that, obsolete barbarian law 
that rightful ownership to a country 
U given to anyone who can kill the 
defehden, and takOk poheeeeloQ of it 
by force. 

Aoeordlcg to our present moral 
standard of individual Tights, some- 
one responsible should be tried for 
mass murder, and shot as totema- 
tlonal gangsters. 

The League of Nations could have 
called on member powen to raise 
an international police force strong 
enough to re.«tst Italian tovasion 
and had It In Whtnpia eartv rrmTch 
to re.sist the invaders Prevcn'ion 
is belter than remedy and Italy 
would have changed her policy of 
aggranfon If v fUrtanrnt Utter- 
national troops was there More to 
resist entry to Ethiopia ^ 

It seems conclusive evidence that 
the League of NaUons is too large 
and oomplieiUed to aarare prompt 
and decisive action In any serious 
crisis and a new approach to In- 
t.ernatlonal police pro'ecilon must 
be found. May I suggest considera- 
tion for a triple system of world 
leagues, one for Europe, one for 
Ajia, and one for tho Americas. The 
League faUod to Chtoa and Man- 
churia beeauM they were too foreign 
and distant to their outlook, and It 
misjudged the real problem of the 
peoples involved It failed in Ethi- 
opia for lack of forslght. courage 
and tmity of purpose to policy. And 
it Is falling now to dilatory toactlon 
and slow acquiescence in the fact 
of possession by brutal force. 

The reign of dictators never lasts 
long and the petty and bitter Mck- 
ertoga between the anadler states 

of Europe precludes loyal support 

to the .spirit of the League of Na- 
tions. A.s Great Britain has t.o pay 
most of the exp.en.«!e and bear the 
brunt of League activities, I think 
the preetnt institution should be 
dlAsolved and a new League estab- 
iLshed for F.urf),>ean peaee proter- 
tlon with power and tor'P b'-lurfl 
it to protect (in fact* when needed. 
Those smaller nations who have no 
colonies and ho experience in for- 
eign admini.<itmtion of backward 
races and flic .v^ttmg of A.^latlc 
problems should have no My in the 
League policy. - Such countries only 
oompllcate and blitoder, or stultify 
effective action In the true toter- 
e.st.s of thofie peoples As they leave 
all the work to .John Bull anywaV. 
I think Great Britain should call 
the new League of Nations and de- 
cide conditions of' membership be- 



EXCISE m ON 
ttRSHnACffl 

Western Members Protest 
Before House Writes Sales 
Levy Into Law 



tilMllll 



Protect 
Your Furs 

noM l\62i 1^ well 
yoar east. MeHiareaf itoraw* 
includes imersiice sgaiM* 



I > 



OTT.\WA, May 18 Tlie 8 per 
cent sales tax announced in the 
Dunning iMdget two weeks ago was 

written toto law today when the 
Hou.se passed the necessary re sol u- 
tion increastog It from the 6 per 
cent level. 

The stvclal excise tax of 5 per 
cent on aulomobile* costing $6a0 or 
more aIm pa:ised. but not Ix-lorc 
Western members ch arged tliere was 
duscrUnlnatlon egeiWirtha ^^^it-^ln 
the manner Of Collecting it and tho 
sales tax. ~ 

rmem iirrACKBD 

It w^.s charged by Hon H H 
Stevens iRecon, East Kootcna\i. 
GL O." McGeer a.ib. V.incouver- 
Burrard) : Gordon Ross iLlb.. Moose 
Jaw), and others, that the West 
paid a hli;her prue than the East 
n .i in.inu!.iciuicr had *a as- 
• ■<.])t>..i\^ p!,\iu m Wmni(v^. ll«'t;ina 
or Vancouver. It was claimed the 
freight waa added when ears were 
.sJilpped In a knock-down condition 
to the as.sembiing plant and taxe-s 
levied on tiie ur lea'ved figure. 
SAI.E.S T\X CONSTANT 
Hon C. A Dunuinii. l-\nance Mm- 
Lstcr. q iolfd Inwii ilio Tarifl fVoard 
report on the automobile industry 
to show the sales tax was constant 
all ftcro M Canada, a llh o n g h 
chai-ges varied There was also a 
coiislant full deliverv price for all 
Canada on a cjir built in the East. 





nor li I ?• \ iR i>f ci 



Take 

>n to 

Charlie 



Empire 71 SS 



Bladder 



B««ltb SarvtM «( tti* Oanadlan UmJI' 
eai aasoeUUoa aae ttM_Uto^Xasvnac« 



Clo^e lo and beneath the liver 
lies the gall bladder, a thm-walled 
sac which holds the bile secreted by 
the liver. The act of eattog eausee 
f e gall bladder to contract thi.s 
discharges the bile into the intes- 
tines, whi e It playji aa ioqwrtiuit 
part In digestion. 

Disease of the gall bladder is the 
mo.st common cause gl what are 
thought to be stomach disorders in 
adult life The gall bladder Is a 
part of the digestive tract, and 
dlAase anywhere along this tract 
may be responsible for tofectlons of 
the gall bladder. 

Infection of the gall bladder Ls ' 
often the last evidence of the 
pneumonia. Influenra or typhoid 
fever from which the patient has 
recovered Tlie gall bladder appears 
to t>e pai ' icularly vulnerable to the 
taaclena responsible for a wide 
variety of tofecUous diseases. 

A woman who is "fair, fat aiul 
forty" Is the mou^ likely person to 
SufTer from gill bladder di.sea.se 
The disease is found most, fre- 
quently .among pregnant ^vumcn, 
ntirstog mothera and women who 
are overweight, although it la not 
restricted to these categorieo .of to- 
dlvlduaU 



leadainto U» intetune, trouble may 
follow. 

Many persons with 
are unaware of their presence '00 
they cause no di*oomfort. Symp- 
♦..1^^ r^it ji tftffli irrita tion and in- 
flammation etused by the stonaa. 
When there U severe palliwlth 
nausea and vomiting. thlB uaMlly 
means that one of the larger stooea 
IS caught m ths outlet duct and is 
unable to eaeape. 

The most eommon eauM of jaun- 
dice la gall bladder dtiaaae: R M 
due to a blocking of the outlet duot , 
I following which the bile Is abaorbod. 
Treatment . in .'•oine cases, may be 
largily through diet and hygienic 
living, in other cases, how -ver. sur- 
gical care Is required. The decis- 
ion must be made, to each ease, by 
the doctor, who knowT the a ondltl gR 
of the patient concerned. 

M >si of US Will go through Mte 
una A are of the presence of our gkfi 
bladders. We liHve ni' ms s* our 
disposal to keep tl«> pail bUdder 
functioning to a healthy manner; 
these are: a balanced diet that does 
not eontato an exeeas of fate, regu- 
lar meale. guarding against over- 
weitrht. reitular moderate exerelia 
.inrl C'>od convali scrr I fsre foil 
ing any infectious condition. 



Hfirdwick Chosen 

Basketball Head 



HALIFAX May 18 «T W H W 
HardWK'k. <>f Vancouver » a.s elected 
proiiidcnt of the Canndinn Amateur 
BB,>r«tKfn Association. It was an- 
nounced today following balloting 
by mall. He replaces Dr. S. H. 
Kesiicn, of Halifax, who retires on 
Julv 1. 

Otlier offlcens elected for the two- 
year term, int-31. SeerAary-lYiaa- 

urer C. O. Harris announced, were: 
First viee-presldent. Douglas Rob- 



The flr.st .svmptom.s noted mav beierison Monir^al; second vlce-presl. 



Mayas. 1936 



VANCOUVER. May 18 <r — A 
••rolling dollar." released from a 
newspaper office here a week ago. 
returned today and tha eard ac- 
companytog It levMod' R~ had 
tran-sacted some 140 worth of busl- 
ne.ss, bu>-ing everything from a 
shave to j long-disUnce telephone 



THANKS 

Sir.- As chatriiian of the Soap 
BOK Derby oommlttee, please allow 
mo, through your oolurans. to thank, 

nti behalf of my eommlttee. the don- 
ors of the prizes which we dis- 
tributed today to the bovs partici- 
pating to this annual Vlctorta event. 

We also wish to thank His Wor- 
ship Mayor David Leemlng, Chief pf 
Police Thomas Heatl^y, Mr. P. Hu- 
bert Bevan. The Dally Colonist. The 
EHiily Times and all those who made 
the success of the contest possible 

Particularly do we wish to thank 
Mr. T, H nuick, of the Tourist 
Trade Development A.s.siviatlon. to 
whose co-operation, organi/mg 
ability, quick sympathy with our 
ideas and persistent effort, the 
whole aucceas of the fliture can be 
fairly attributed. 

LOUIS MICHELm. 
loin Ya;es stratt, VIetana. B.O., 

May 15, IBM. 



a sense ot fullncs and di.sten.slon of 
the abdomen, with a desire to belch 
gas. Headache and ooaLsllpatlon are 
fairly common and the patient Is 
not infrequent Iv irritable and ner- 



115 Regma Avenue, Victoria, B.C., 



dent, Mrs. Eleanor Skehon. Wallace- 
bum, OnL 
Westem Bxeeutlve Memberg 

Oenrte Wilson WInntpew; R. 

Lar'omhe Calgnrv 
.Joint Rules Commit le< Samuel 



>).adder- and,''onee formed, they Ringers. Toronto. 
tend to increa.se In sire; If they be- I The aecrrtiktr - lietSUlil Will 
come too larije to escape from the appointed by thO newly - 
gall ijlailrier through the duct that ' president, snd viee-presld«it. 




a 




lifiir'Nancy Stark, who is to be 
manied this week, was the guest 
of honor at a no-hostess tea party 
t.'-id at the Imprees Hotal op Sa t- 
ui(ia\ afternoon by hef gW frlfcids. 
During the afternoon she was pre- 
sented with a handsome linen gift I the reply. 



A good story of the snappy come- 
back of the late Theodore Rooeevelt 
Is told. He waa adiwing Pt^anf 

crowd. 

•Mr. ROoeerelt. why are :oo a 
Republlcanr* asked a heckler. 

"Becat^se my father and grand- 
father were both Republicans." was 



from thf avemhled guesus. who in- 
cluded:. Mrs. William ii^Mirk^ Mrs. s. 
Wright. Mn. J. J. MeCready.TKro. 

Alex Msnhall. Mn. John TsNlor 
ana Miair* Hma Innes NeliK 
Aymaa. 



What wo^ld vou bf U vo-,r father 
aiMl grandfather had both been 
herae tMoVaer afMn aM tha 
heckler. 

■I'd be a DemocTatl" ML 
nltiipttad. 



WIN S CUP F INAL 

N.\NAIMO. May 18 - Scoring a 
goal In each of tlie overtime ses- 
sions. Cumberland Juniors defeated 
KerrUdale, S-1. hen Stinday, to the 
O. B. Allan Cup ftoal. Hw nature 
was played on the Central Sports 
ground and attracted a large^ollow- 
ing of Cumberland fans. At the end 
of the regulatt op playi^ time the 
teamCwMi dia a iBBlHB. t*t. 

A sentence in a handbook pf • Use- 
ful Russian Phrases for the Tour- 
ist" runs: "Oood heavens! Our 
pcatlMeB haa hm atraek by light- 
ning/' ThU lemlnrti us of an old 
rrench exerdae . book which con- 
tained the following remarkable sen- 
tence My mtle dog has beautiful 
hair, but I aaaaBK sal tMa pvasy 



TRYT06RING 
GUILT HOME 



C'onUnued frmn Page 1 

Wulfson. the court is investigating 
that of the Bsklmo, Taigu, which 
after he had been tnated 
by Vakulenko, to whom Semenehuk 
had entru.<ited the medical care of 
the colony. 

ALLEGE DBUNKCrr OKUBS 
Witnesses told .sordid stones of 
the .drunken orgiee of Semenchuit 
and 'hH mtoleni.' 

They said Semenehuk v wife be.it 
the EslUmos and forced them '-o 

One Kaumuk, a member of a 
«interlng party, testified that aft'>r^ 
Or Wulfson s death 51emenchuk re ' 
fused to give food to his wldo^v, 
known as "Dr. P^ldman." forced 
her to work whtta SL and attempted 
to eend her Bt^ exile at Tnitora 
Bay when she was running a hlgl 
fever. The widow corrobfratedtttlU. 

A man named Kelchktn. alaer a 
member of the wtot«rfllf|group, re- 
fus<^ t/) permit meat tr be eent to 
a number of Eskimos, all desperately 
iU and without food. ' 




-fMil 

^*«f«»anre 

EVERYIODY'S INVITED TO THI 

MOFFAT 

gas and electric 

COOKING 
CLASSES 

I ConducM fcy tP YT i riCNTi.EY WARD 

SHRINE TORIUM 

] Today # Tomorrow 

I A Tlissif ilay ilfc Fririav 

[=2:30 to 4:30 

I No Charge for Admission 
L RECIPE SCHEDULE! 

I TODAY Cskei, Cookies *«4 Iciofli 

I TOMORROW Ovee Dinner, Meat and Vega- 
I tablet 

I THURSDAY: Pict, Puddings and Detserft 

I FRIDAY: Fish Oven Dinner and Sapper Ottbas 

BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC 
UWMKi COMPANY, LIMITEB 

Phofic Gardes 7 Ul 



Till' DAILY CO!/) XI ST. 



VICKJKIA. hC. 11 I'.SUAV. MAY 19. 



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Mid 

now— did fthe 



• t CHAPTER XVfll 1 1 can und<>i.st<j<Kl now why he «u 

8tandl|ig iln-ip by Uu- window. »o drvlluhly Jealous of her?" v 
Val thcught ol ilunC^-MahftUMibe i KeUogg nodded" wtthdot thinking 
—ma 66— mitt men K«p . 7 ; •'I ft-fco « t - - 
•hrunken. bent little ncuM'la thft-U'Wb«rt'« 
bic chftlr with the ad justlble back ' 

in Ihe living-room in Ntw Man- 

cJirstrr . .-. a pink shawl about her 
i ^ra►^!l• hhoaldrrs; her waited arms 
renting on the wide amm of the 
chair, her imall. bright eyet atarlhg 

Into sp«r«" 

AlwKv.s. Aunt MHli;ila had looked 
terribly alotir f rntjly rmbiin i <1 
.at fate's holding hfr m the flesh 
long after those she loved had gon^. 
.. . . Loos MO thflTB had.bfftn life 
In that memory-hftunted houic.' a 
meek . U<tU.,in»n~ irt^ frightened 
blue eyes, a girl who looked like her 
father, a ^nll "thin boy, sickly from 
birth Not an exciting fainilv. Val 
im;i7iri<-<t tiu! "lompone to love aurt 
lo ok > f te r -»iHl domin a t e . And when 
lhes< had gone, there had been 
Val'a tnother, and after seven years 
another heartache for Aunt Ma- 
< hnla, ... A .siiroe.^sion of traifedies 
.,__Hif,fU;i3ing out over fifty years— 
and then life in the old houae again. 
. . . Val^ 

The muaclea of Val's throat con- 
■teacted a-s .vhf Iook*>d back ovit 
those two years with Aunt M ihala. 
. . . Yni:ii;t. KrievUiK over h^T fatll- 
, er « death, .vibmittlng to Aunt Ma- 
hala t will in all things, letting her^ 
self be made over as her mother 
had been made over to' conform to 
Aunt Mahala'K notions of dl^lty 
■ _ ^nd respectability, knowing ahe was 
" all that Aunt Mahala had left in 
the world. . . . Two years, and now 
Aunt Mahala was alone again— re- 
gretting what she had done in 
anger and - wanting Val to 



lhJ"m. and now they were rtpajting 
a »c"nr ti»<'y had b"rn through a 
hundri cl tunes ;ii the la.-.t two years, 
facing eac h other ac rosa the Uttle^ 
table, ene df TIUW, at Aait'. aaaint 
aa thejr were. But that im's 
had made a Bnal deeialon. 

A vouiiR c-<iii|);» i: I' at all aware 
of tlirm. daiu-<>d around ihelr table, 
heads close together, talking aoftly. 
Kate's eyes followed thenw 
"Envious?;* Bret asked 
She .saifl .^iii; iic, "Wlio nou'iHi » ' 
be?" And then .she looked at him 
with an old hope in her eyes. "Bret, 
wf : ean:t go on llk«. thU forever and 
ever. In spite of all thAVn hap- 
pened, we're slill In love and ve 
will be to thei end of time. Why 
cant your wife aer 14iaif — A tf fi 
vorce " f 

Bret said. "I'm glad 'you broQiiht < 

it up. Kate.' There's s'-r.ethin:? T 
wanted to tell you. but I didn t 
ju. ! ki. r.k how to no alx)ut ii 
The .spark of hope bar.st into | 
f ffltt I fla nig.' gheleaned forward, waiting 



t)M 

ten you?" 

"I told her On a wild giie"^' And 
she admitted it He's in New Man- 
che.sier. Connecticut Living in a 
.small apartment with a nurse and 
a governess." 

The district attoVney .smoked bla 
cigarette in ailcnce. Hugh watted. 
waiKlnt; hi.s hara.s.Ned friend to 
think this out a.s he had thought it 
out make hi.s own rii.srovery. 

"By tlie way.' Kellofrg said 
abruptly GalllshaW comis 

New Manchester, doesn't he?" I "You've heard me say a good 
"You've got it," kvgh MMh-jinany times we euvht to accept the 
"That's the eioBnection." He leaned InevlUble and I'm saying It again. 

forward. " "Winifred says Bret has I But this time I mean it. It's the 
been lookinR after the youngster for ""H deepnt thing to do. Evelyn 
three or four months, but she re- and I are .sailinK for prance \\ext 



m CAMPAIGN 
Ifl BtSIARILU 

Bishop's College School 
PUms Erftction of ''The 
Grant Han BuiWing" 



k 3 



1.' 



Bret and 
ach other. 



bark. 

Tf it had been as simple «s th«t. 
I., Va; would have had no Hl'eiiiafive. 
From a sense of duty, if for no other 
reason, .she would have known she 

to Aunt Mahala . . . Inevitably, to 

Robert But it was not ai llmple 
ax that Tliere wa.s the nece.s.slty 
of .Tdniittinc fault where .sho .viw 
none, of promi.siiic that .she would 
not again be guilty of doing what 
she knewjrery well ahe' would in- 
itinetlvely do If occasion arose. 

Val came back from the window 
put a hand on Robert's arm: "I 
ran t deride loniKht. Robert I^e- 
fore vnii (fo b.ic''.. i>erhaps but— not 
toniL;ht ' Wlieii he opened his lip.s 
to protbst. .she lifted a hand, said 
quleUy, "Pleaae . ^ ." and led the 
1»ay to the foyer. 

Coat on. hat dangling from his 
hand. Robert fared her- "Wliere 
does M.ilrolm nt in"' He dldnt 
come here to .« , 'ir r<ri m " 

Though Val had not br*n pre- 
pared for thia abrupt reference to 
Hugh, she was not in the least trou- 
bled by it. But she told htm. "A 
qviestion like that ran't be answered 
In a word Robert Come b.iek 
morrow —or wiirn you find it coif- 
venient " Tlien. a.s .she lield out 
her hand to htm: "I may decide to 
go back with xo^— but if I. do. it 
-'Tpm be on the one condition that 
Aunt Mahala let her present will 
stand as If Is. I've never wanted 
her money . ." 

His face sM<ld<'nly drained nf 
I color. Robert .^iepi>ed out 'n; > " 
' corridor and waa still .stand irc; 
there, staring, when the door closed 

Leaving Kate and Bret. Hush 
Malcolm had gone directly to Wini- 
fred's hotel apartment An hour 
later as he stood. cf>«t on arm. hat 
In hand. Winifred wa.<; Iving fare 
downward on the couch, her lovely 
head In the crook of her-arm. sob- 
bing softly. 

Hugh said. "Uhleaa you hsd some- 
thing to do with t^fsll'"- denth. the 
hTJth ran t liurt you Winifred You 
didn't kill him'. But vou \<- lived a 
lie for three years and somewhere 
In that lie ipav STlhe key to th* 
mun K r . Buck up and take your 
medlrine. Whether you realize It 
or not I nm still your he.>t friend 
and wtien you need me. I 11 be 
•eady . . " 

It wa«. after 10 n'( li>rk when liiich 
sat down with the dl.stiirt attorney 
in the la tier's Long Island h9nie 
• "I've come." Hugh said, "to give you 
what I consider ap Important bit 
of Information. Walter Leslie 
Crawford wa.s married I've Jlitt 
had a talk with his v ife " 

Kelloffp .stared "You have''" 

"Yes— Winifred Speri-y. They had 
ft Child, a boy. Two or three by 
new, I should say." He could see 
the district attorney waa going bark 

over the evidenre to see where if 
flt In if It did flt In "Poor devil 

CONSTIPATION* MAY 
LOWER RESISTANCE 
TOJ£RMS_ 

~ Can Be Corrected by Natural 
Laxative Food 



fu.se.s to tell me why. 
Le.slie . had no^ tove <or 

you know.'^ ....^^ 

"You've made a more Important 

discovery than \ou realize. Hii;,'li 
WeVe been r<'clie( kllii{ f "iii lllsha w'.s 
alibi aiul A e ve .'ourut a w eajt .wpot 
in It We may find more. But 

tins kid 

Hugh nodded. "He doesn't aeem 
tc have a logical place in the pux- 
zl«x does he? I couldn't ihake any- 
thing of it '■ He .sat silent for a. 

lime fiunkiiic "then "I don't want 
to appear to be putting Bret on the 
spot. Walter, but it's a matter of 
.self-preservation with me . . . Bret 
Rsve his hand away fhts evening at 
Ka> HoUister's apartment. Val 
Clarke happened to say she had 
seen him In New Manrhe ter on 



week. We're g <iii? to Paris to live." 

Kate sat rigid, staring at Mm 
For the second time ahe had bared 
her heart to him— and for the^- 
ond time he had turned from her 
•And this wa- ."n .1 Alrcadv .stie 
rould fe^-l lUr lonelinev clasing 
abou' h>-r . Si ddenly .slie told 

hei>elf she hated him and out of 
that revulsion of feeling came a 
question : 

"Why did you lie to Val about 
the little boy in your car. Bret' 
^His lips became a thm line "You 
!'<'*nr very p o s 1 1 i v e ' he said 
' 'ou'dn't, It be a -ocd idea to a.sk 
me If I lied? " 
She shook her hfSd. "It was loo 



obvious to ml: 

loo'ied at Val -when she mentioned 
It. Bret, why was It so Important 

f vou that we not know th.it on 



(>LOa<<» H .MOMOU.MtaV. Ki 

^ A Tanfpaign to provide funds for | 
tiie erection of a new scliool building 
to be known as "the Ofant Hall 
Buildins " and to be opened at th? 
c tntennia l cclcbraiion of Bishops 
college School. Lenni M^vilk. Que, 
ne xt year, has been Inaugurated by 
y you I directors and old boys of the school. 



Armistice Day and that he had s Amii.stiee Oav vou had a .small boy 
small boy In the car with him He in/ your e.i' wairhlfig tTie parade? " 
denied flatly that she had seen him* 'V "Because. " he said, a ngri ly . "I 
—said he hadn t had a child in his WlH have some regard for the truth 

New Manch"st*r on 
and as I said before 



rar in years. Then, for no reason 
at all except t hat Bret seemed to be 
HlTier uneasy. T 

about the boy's picture Leslle'~~wa8 
looking at when Val saw him in his 
dressing room the night he was 
kii: (1 And that called up the re- 
port that was going around a few 
years ago to the effect that Leslie 
and Winifred were secretly married. 
... I'm not much of a detective, 
but after all. I couldn't verv well 
muss the ronnection and I deeided 
to trv a blufT on Winifred . 

And if worked." Kellogg said, 
.smiling, ' "Oood boy " He In- 
s.antly regretted that, seeing In 
Hugh's eyes what for the moment 
he had forro-ten. "Miss Bperry." 
he said irrelevantly, "Is a very 
charming woma:i " 
Hugh didn't say anything 
• '« • 

Arrofts the little table in a corner 
of the gla.vied-in roof. Bret Galli- 
shaw looked at Kate and asked 

himself the old question. Why did 
he persist in thinking of her as the 
eirl he once thought he loved"' He 
1 ' alwav"; «lie 'le w.i-s away fiom 
her Tlien he ra.ne back to her and 
found her cold and disillusioned 
and cynical Pei;haps she felt the 
same way about him. He' hadi he 
confessed to himself, given her 
ample rea.son ^to hife him The 
ciinoiLs thine w.t . that .she did not 
hate hiin. t^jiit she was a.s unhappv 
as he was when they were not to- 
ceiher. The Musion that had held 
them years ago never quit* left, 



I was not In 
„ . Armistice Dar . 

lappened to think ] I Tiaven't had a el • d In mv car for 
years What i>\s.Mb!e difference ft 
could make !o vou or aiuone if this 
was not the ca.se, I can t Imagine." 

Kate shruggetf. "Verv w«ll. then 
I owe you an apology. Fteglye me. " 
^t her voice was cold. 

He nodded eravelv .stared at her 
for a moment, then dropijed his 
eyes to his plate. 



according twan announcement in 
Oeor^r H MMltgoniery. K.C., Moni- 
reai. ciiauma«- of...^e campaign 

committee. 

for whom 
named, 



Hugh retu:,. to his apartment 
shortly after one o'ckKk. He 
snapped on the living-room lights, 
and was going to the bedroom when 
he saw Val reclining on the couch, 
an open magazine held above her 
head her face at the moment I school boys. 



The late Grant Hall 

the new building is to be 
wa, (oi many ycar.s kiunvii through- 
out C'.inada a.s fii>t v i< f-prc.Mden:.- 
ol the CiMMMiMin l»t»e»ft€ Railway aiid 
waa cha irman of tlie board of direc- 
tors of the school from 1922 until 
his death in 1934. Him.sflf an old 
boy, lie had attended Bi.shop s Col- 
lege School from 1875 to 1880. 

In a message to Old boys of the 
school throughout the Dominion, the 
conimittee points out that the tunr 
has come to enlarge the acfomino- 
datlon at the .stliool. to meet the 
needs of the increaAlni; eniollinent 
of students which each year bniiKs 
The funds raieed in the campaii^n 
will be devoted principally to the 
erection of the new building, whii ii 
will b«> u ed to houae preparatory 



turned to'.v,ird him. smilinc 

• See here, yoong lady— do you 
realize what time It U?' He 
crossed to the couch, gave her his 
hands and pulled her to her feet. 

Val .said. "I've been waitine for 
hours, darling .1 had to .>. e vou. 
Hugh— tonieht About Robert." 
(To Be Continued) 



Foiir-vear-old .Joe had lu.-;* rome 
a»'ay from hus plavmate. a girl 
about ♦ year older. His troubled 
features showed he. had a serious 
problem on hi* mind, and he volun- 
teered the explanation of the situa- 
tion 

• I don • want to get In the habit." 
he said, of Ruth .Spencer hltUng 
me." 



CULBtRTSOX „„ CON TR.ACT 

flv l-'J\J C nihi l Isoit 
IVorld's Champion Player and Crealcsi Caid Analyil 



IMAOINA'nve DBrBNCB 

Good defeiisn e |il,i \ 
out of len is a ninilvr of partner- 
ship co-operation. Even though 
one -defender may have a sit % 
hand and his partner a weak one, 
they still can eoUaboratt to ylendid 
advantage. 

When an'espwC Is saddled with a 
poor partner, however, the expert's 
individual defensive play must not 

be merely grKxl If often mu.st be 
brilliant. It is not enough for him 
to make no mistake hims< if Ih- 
must, whenever possible, plan his 
play so that partner oanniot make 
one either. 

East, dealer. 

Both Bides vulnerable. 

.VORTH ' 

a Q 10 5 3 
\ W 4 2 

♦ 9 3 
« J 9 3 3 

EAST 



his low 



, .w- spade, but North s Q 10 

in nine hand.<j | formed a tenace over dummy's J 9 
and no further I rick in .sjiades 
could be won by declarer Moieover. 
he still had to lose one diamond and 
one club trick, and therefore w 
r'own to defeae. 



ARB HOPEFUL , 

In dLsfu -.inc (o4.s of the variou.^ 
necessary impio. (•Inenl.^. .Mr Mont- 
gomery amiouiK "(1 pie.scii' 
plans call for raising $150,000. Th. 
committee Is extremely hopeful of .> 
prompt and whole-hearted respon^ 
from old boys and others who an 
aware of the .splendid edu(.Uionai 
facilities which BLshop';> CoUcki 

; School has ivovided tqr so manv 

I years. 

{ "In asking the old boy's and other^ 
I Interested iii Bishop .s CoUci;" .School 
I to help this tau.se, we liopc llicy 
will feel, as we do. thajl this is an in- 
vestment in Canada's most prec^ou.s 
asset— the Inculcation In our youiii 
of ideals that make for sound in- 
lelligen'. riti/,cn.shlp and le.Kler>liip 
stated Ml Moiu?;omr: \ . m .'.11011111111; 
up the rea.sons for the campaign. 

The campaign committee com 
prlse.s the foMowinjr O H. Mont- 
gomerv KC. chairman. P F. Sise: 
W W nol)inson hononrv treasurer 
Earle SpafTord. .John H. Molson. R 
N. McLeod. T. H. P. Molaon and J 
O. _Porteoiw. honorary secretary 
"The campaign workers in BrltLsh 
rf)iunii)i.i will be headed by 8. O 
Bl.Tvkx k 1 r.ul B C. 



.«/..<•■>' M." 



• w 



A « 

A K 10 9 S 
J 8 3 
K « 5 



1 



Common constipation is due 
largely to insufllcient "bulk" in 
meals. It is a condition thatalMlM 
never be t reated c asually. 

Long neglected, it may sontribute 
to a general run-down condition. 
Your body lacks the iitangtll it 
_ needs to fight off infection. You are 
much more lUiely to pid[ up a aerU 
lUneaa. 



Guard against common ednstipa- 
.tioni* Make sure the meala you eat 

rqntain plenty of "tallk." Kellogg's 
All-Bran is a generous source of 
•ffecUve "bulk." 

Withfai tba body, the "bulk" in 
AUfBaaN abaoi fca — l e tw , forma 
ajHtL maaot and itntly eieanso* 
tho ajrstem. This ddidooa eereal 
also furnishat tttaatH B and con- 
tains iron. 



dalH, wHh 
■rilk or cream, are asually sufll- 
dmrta Stubborn eases may require 
ALL-Bban oftener. If not reliered 
Ihla way, eonault your doelor^ 

lorra AiIi>Bbai9 1i gaam- iMn^ 
aadi d ay, aMwr laa a eer eal. or 
eockad into nufflna. brsada. etc. 
Eat it regularly for regular habits. 

Guaranteed by the Kellogg Com- 
pany. Sold by all frocers. Made 

ny Kellogg in London. Ontario. 



a J 9 I 

8 7 3 
A^ h 
A 10 4 3 

SOUTH 

« K .YU 

V Q J 5 
♦ K 10 7 • 4 

The bidding 

Ea.si South West North 

1 W Pass 3 NT Paas 

3« Pass 4rfftnaibM> 

East with a well-balaneed hand. 
should'«bave sali^ the no trump 
in.stead of rebiddihg hla heart suit. 
At a nine trick contract no defence 
could hate availed. 

Against four heaiUs South opened 
his singleton club, not in order to 
rufi s return of the suit so nuch 
to protect his high cards. Duminy 
played lo# khdlVorth's .ight TorMd 
declarer's king Declarer^ r i lead 
was up to diiinmy s diamond ten- 
are When the queen lield t e 
trick, three rounds of trumps were 
played, the third going to aouthl 
queen. On last round 4if hearts 
North discarded a k)W club, which 
gave the astute Smith player an 
approximate "count " on the hand 
He knew declarer had or igi n all y 
held five hearta. North would cit 
have thrown away a .alrib that was 
necdady a guard to dununy's four 
eird suit, and must, therefore, have 
jbegun with at least five chib.s In 
which ca.se declarer had three. De- 
clarer, therefore, had live cards 
divided between «adM and di- 
amonds. wlth-4h» )a el i a * >hs laW e v 
suit as a possible menace 

After much thought So<ith laid 
down the kmc of spades Declarer 



•A speciafor asked .South win he | 
had chosen to lead tlie .spade king I 
rather than the more normal play 
of the fourth beat spade. South 
whispered hU reply so that his pful- ' 
ner could not hear. 

'1 •< IS afraid that mv own part- ; 
ner might squeese me if a certain ; 
distribution of cards existed. As s 
matter of fact, it did exist, and III 
bet anything that I would 'lave 
been squeered Follnw the pluv on 
the le.id of a fourth best spade. 
Norths ten would force declarer's 
ace. Now declarer would lead, to the 
ace of chjbs and 1 co^ld. of I 
course, discard a diamond Another 
club would be won bv North and 
again f wmild have •<-> disrard. 
This lime -ould let go either 
a spade or a diamond In safety. 
But it's dollars to .doughnuts that 
on the next twp plays I would 
be sqeescd. Nortjh would t>e rertaln 
to lead his high club instead of 
either a spade or n diamond, his 
proper plsv Declarer would ruH 
the club and lead^ hU last tnim 
Now look St my position. .1 either 
havi tO^Uank my diamond 
king or my spade king, or throw the 
latter away. In any of these ra«ies 
we could not take aiiAiher trick ' 

And rloee in.spectlon of the hand 
proved that his analy-sls was com- 
pletely sound 

TODAY'S QIESTIO.N 
Queatlon-<;an a player who has 
not been dealt a ium card call fo 

a new deal? 

Answer- He can "call for It." bur 
if the opponents give it to hfm the, 
llt« phllanthrai>lMs. not bridge 
players 

TO.MORROW'4i. UA-NO 

South, dealer. 



m DHAFTtP 



Special Pr'Uision \s M^dr In Itov^I 

Oak BurUI Park Board for « 



North-South vulnerabtf: 

NORTH 

« J t • 

• — 

♦ A K 4 3 3 

• A 9 T 3 2 
west; * '' K.A8T 

a A 8 3 a Q 

» QJ 10»4*^,1 A T 8 J 

♦.•It OQJIITI 

« 10 I 4 
— SOUTH 

* K 1« 7 8 4 I 

♦ — 

« K Q I I - — — ^ 

Mr Culbertaon will disctW this 



H C Oldfleld rhaiinian of the 
»./oyiI Oak Burial Pa k Poi.rfl \es- 
terday announced that rules - 
erning the specially develoi>ed ^-er 
tlon in Royal Oak Burial Park had 
been drawn up and w#fp now avail- 
able at the caretaker' ofUce. or Mie 
.serrefarv at the Cifv Hall 

Oesit't eel to pro\ Ide ' Tow-prleed 
craves Sermon "D" extension doe.s 
not carry the sap-.e privil-te.- th.-*; 
go with higher-priced sections. Mr 
OWfleld stated. 

However Vnarkers flower recep- 
fsrle, and other features which sre 
Inelu.sive In the rharpr for ihe 
hiBher-prlced »ec Ions ma\ l>e ob- 
tained fiy>m the cemeter' bomd at 
s nominal figure. Interment i.^ 
limited to on e to eacli l av c . w lii ie 
reservations are limited to two. un- 
less written application Is made to 

the boa rd 

Rulet l.«o have been set out in 
respect 'o the upkeep of the grave* 
since this .sertlon is separate from 
that part of the memorial park 
which ia maintained in perpenrt- 
These hiles. Mr. Oldfleld explau e ' 
could b e obtained upon jig^ -uion 

lit' in Delta 
Society Has 
, Anni versary 



won the act and promptly returned ^ hand in toaos g pw'a artlda.., 



Hie Beta Delta Sorietv of the I 
Vlrtoria High .Srhool held its • 
twenty - fifth anniversary. Prldav ' 
evening, in Speedie's Cafe. Chester 
Wilson presided 

A list of toasts wkf, prepared ^or 
the occaslcJh Thoma.s Anstey pro 
posed the toa-st to the srhool. and 
Claude L. Campbell responded Ray- 
mond Ross propqsed the toait to 
tlw B«U XMta Society, to wMch 
Harold Beckw^ responded. The 
toast to the PogUa Society wm pro- 
posed by Utwk Atexander and re- 
plied to bv Miss Peggy Mi«IHner W 



Leslie Hardie ga^e a brief tsl^ in 
wbkb he rtvlewad the work of the 
Beu D»Ua far tba pact twwty-flve 



^ Bag (II 

INCOKPORATEU. 2?? MAY I67Q. 



Dresses 



sh.'idc?). Sizes 14-'42-. .. ..«^ 





for Sport or Afternoon Wear 



( >i' a lii'.iiii iml \\.\SII 1^1(1 cri'iii', iln'sf dtcsM- m i.iiI'Mrd si\K- 

lc;'.ture many ck'vcr unulit.'^-- iucU>. i>U'ai>. aiul »tiiici ucix-., _| 
trims t,—^^ — ftUort or cape .sleeves. White^iiU pasicl ^^j^^ 



"r>a\ ' I'^Jishion Flool 



Choose ^'LaJy I luJson" I lose Atways 

"^'"'iTic ir Sr'' rai fic i. a Cumr'tr-lc !^t<Hk 01 S|ytrti'li »l. i.iJic> in 'I'lu^ II i-li t .1 ,nl. . 

Attractive Hostel " 



J^te weU-known SemuSi rvi, ,• aiul I hiiu.n Il(.«r l.itsht and dark lom 75r 

sKin ici". w i:i(".nT. 

—with silk platnl U'lt Practical ami durable, '^i- .ut ^li.uli-^ S1.0*» 

nrrrrrrTwi.^r di i.i, siikkr chii-ku.n 

—in lovely »ludes.. An oiit^tandmn leader at Sl.OO 

thf hfliC that giTfl l»j>^<' ' "" ' ''■■'^ ' .Inll ..iMuMraiU-e...-' •»•««• 

jtf.hf^ii.— If uiiglu involy in appearaiicf. ' ^Imiirt sliadei. ♦^•'W 

• ' 1 

Accent With White anJ Pastel .Accessories 



-ilk. 



9'.i:.5o 
• 1 .uo 



V\ hill- .N.jw lly iil.'^f^. raii.;ui^; 11. 111 ni< -'^ i" l.n c iii>cMc 
10 

^i<-ii riuilon_]Jo>ier> 111 ilayit) |ia>icl ^ila<ie^■ 

.tiicnJaKt. These are in pa»tcl shades or winie . . . verv .hm 1 -Mr 

Sl.OO 10 -~ 91.9** 

l>arker iiaf;» in hiark. nav\ or hrown SSiSS and S3'** 

'-I'lljlc Scarf" ill plain and iio\olt\ styles SS# tO SS^ 

While and Pastel Belt*, priced ii i>m •94 

"Bay "Street JHoor— 



Today Is ^' BaUyJ)a^ 





"THE BA V'^V 1 ) SAVEt 



M \I)i:iR A DKI S.SttS I 

.\.\|) SLIP SKIS 

I'inc white Uun with ex- 
quisite hand cinbroi.ji 1 
Slip* to match. S.m.i.iI. 
.It Si.ou 

i'L.\.\N'i:i.i".TTi: siii:i. IS 

I'laiii \Mtli pink and Mi.' 
striped borders . . . stitched 
edges. .Special TS^ 

( Rl\: \:] \ \K\V\S 

I .1 1 K' " I ' "Kiddie Cr il)" 
I ■ 1.1 1 ik . 1 - \ ■ ; I >cry d' n - ; 
stitifiicd edgo. -I'ink or 
blue. Special SS^ 

M \nKlRA PILLOW 

L.\--I".S 

.All u Ii il I \s It II iiilik ,1 r.(| 
Mnr iiiotiti . hand cm- 
It ,1.1(1 v. Size li V I'l 

Special , a»# ' 

V \\T.\ Vf.STS 

Silk .iiid W ..,,1 \'r-i< , . . 
slmrl ^l(^^(■- .'M/'-- in 1'.;, 
» r .1 • ^ . . TS^ 

B.\Kj<lCO ATS 
Made of ROod quality Kns- 
,lish flannelette: desiKii m j 

- corner* 



I N !■ \ N TS' r.OW NS- 

I'l.tniielcite with Uce trim- 
nun- nr unlril iront. 4SC 

IT.ANNKLliXTE 

DIAPKRS 
Si/e 27 X 27. Cellophane 
wr.tpped. 1 d<")zen to park- 
a-;r I'av SI. 75 

K l \U'(><")n I'.l. \ \K I.TS 
All ssodi . . . saiiii-I'Diiiiil 
edqci. ^'iiik. white, hltie 
Size J6 X .S4 S4.96 

n.M'.lKS' LO.NG DRI SSI.S 
I land - Ma<le Madeira 
Dresses. Scalloprd iir( Iv. 
slccxc', afid hem S1.S5 

BAMIF.S' LONGsSLlPS 
I land ''.iiihroidered .Ma- 
drira Slips to match al'nve. 

(Ires>e<. Scalloped I - ^ 

I'rKC . . .. 7»< 

BAP.IKS' BLAVKKTS 

lle.nv fpialitv eiderdown 
. . . inirser; <li--~n{iis. Pink. 
I.lr.r Si/e .VI ,x 40 . 4S# 

BAI'.I i:s' sii \ wi.s 

I'ine I'iikIi^Ii \mm>I and 
MIk: VnltTPtt in shell pat- 
tern, f.enrr'iiis «i/r. SS.SS 



BAB I US' WOOL 
SW IIATKRS 

I'ine F.n^li^h woo! in pmk. 

sky or white. Coat »l\le. 

Si«e!» to 1 year... - .."SS^ 

P. M'.ll -' SHORTKNING 

i>Ki:<<i:?; - . , 

l-'ihi- embroidered viile . . 
daini V puff ileeves * ' 
Willie Sl.OO 

r.S.MON D BLANK I.TS 
Lovely Blankets in i>rotly 
patterns. Stitched horders 
Pink or hhie. Stre ift x 5<» 

V--: .-.I ,M Sl.SO 

r. \ni I >• Bi. \\ki". IS 

1 -II ..lid Blanket* \viili sa- 
irct\ ln.iind cdk;e<. N'nt ery 
iie-n;n* . . pink 'ir .inr 
Si/e .\(> X .^(1 !'..> 

gift purpose*! SI .1*6 

B \l!li:S* COATS 
Fine serjic. featnrinc limd 
enihroideted little \<'ke and 
fai;i>ited collar and cii^fs. 
Pink. *ky, whiter .Si/es lo 

2 ^r»r< S3.»» 




DIONNF- CO \ T SI 
Ciinniii» little »i\le- in ha>ket weave 
polo cloth. Tailored styles witV rape^ 
— or I'eter Pan collar. Si/es 1. 2 and .5. 
Rose, \» ||.i\v. Iiliie. Vic. Set ST»M: 
.\l.\ 1 1 III.Ni. lit i\\ 1. 1 S 

"Bay" l*a«Won Floor 



^^J^i^. ''JSeedlepoinC al llalj hice 

Lines Bought .Through Our I'.tiropc.i 11 ofTn c at Woiiderfully Low Prices.' 

. Km|Iii >itr ! Jc^i^'ii-- ' 

^'S. -SPl.t. ! \I. VJf Rep $1 .H)- -SPrCCI.XI. 75<* Rc- SI OR. spi.C! \I. 08< 
ijiiarcs and ( )l>l<>ii-s iitpiarcs atiiJ 01)lfinys S<ni.iic> and Ohloii;^^ 

. Size llji X 113., I Size 14 x 14 _ Sizr 18 x n __„_ 

Size 12 X 12 , I ' ' Si/t- 1.^ \ 1.^ .<i/f Jo x 3) 

I • .Size 1^ \ 18 • 



Size 14 X 14 — 

S'PliClAI. fl.49 
Large Squares 
^ize 23 X 2J . 



S:/r 18 X 18 



SPKCI.M. ^1.98 

\ l.aii^f ^'|ii.itc> 

J -Size 23 X 23, Larye t»^«:n^ 



Sl'i-.i.'l M. $2.50-- 
. Lar;;'c ^<|t;.ncs 
— -tnrc 24 x J4 



Art NVcfllew ork. i-aslium I'loor 




FOR T.ASTIER XfEALS— AND GREATER ECONOMY- 

Cook WUh a iSew Beach 
Coal and W ood Range 

S>fART UOMK MAXAGKRS ART. INVKSTIM. I.S \ .\I.W 
"BI.ACII" R.WGI' P.IX ALsl. Til I S P. \KI-. SO WKLI.— 
Tlilv LOWK SO N1..\T A.\D SMAIM rilKV ARK BLTLT 
TO r.KT THl- MOST HI.AT OUT Ol- ,\ul K I L I-Ii--AND 
P.I ( \( >K YOU G lit SO MUCH RANGE FOR SO LITTLE 
.\.N' (JL TLAV: 



riiiishrrl in nickrl trim : 1 .* \ I'^ iiirh 
o\ni; licav) tirr h;icl<.>; slide con- 



S3.S0 



trol *6vcn ; polished top 

Trade-Itt .Mlouance on Your Old Ratr^rh 




AS r.r)\\ \ ^ V- F»' '\\ 
B ALANCL. AKRAN»^i:iJ 



THE. STANDARD 

Evur Ready 
Oil Burner 

^^ fU made and conitructed-^ 

e.i- and eeonomii al to r.p. 



(i.i-r Let oor »ale-ni<-n '■ 
i this burner'' 

tlllC*. 

Inaulfed 

fa«y term* may be arransed 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 



MM 




, *^AEROFLAME" 

.\ REVOLUTIONARY 
.\j:W GAS BUR.Nl.NG 
SAWDUST UNIT 

\V ''ilr it hiirn* sawdust for 
iiiel. it i< arirsllv a Ra« 
hiiriier. JeL> ot l.i;r mii^j tfa«e» 
come throffgh th^ sides ol the 
firepot and centre in a rIow 
♦n» flame of intense lirat 
Aniaijngly easy »■> li.- 
and 

remiilate ' 
Tnttatled to your water lank 



57.50 




The Beach '\Sunrfi\"' for Thoge If ho U ant a 

Hotter Range 

Finished in gleaminic cnanalware . . . Armaco n>«tleit tteel oven 
-r~r . Heavy lire backa-i — r- I a wti-etinWer ftatr^lnri . . Large 
wartping closet . . . Slide oven control d»m^r^ T'm 
rangi i» very adaplaMe fnr an oil or «aw 
du«t. burner, Trade-w allewanreen your oid 
range Parchasc on "The Bar" BtMlget Plan 

S^och "Asopofi'* Hwtfg^ — '■ — 

A U OSDERFUL COOKER AND B4KER! 
16 X lO-mcU ove«f«. . . Onaa ia ttudt oi Armaco rustles* <feel 
. .Neat nickel trim . . . Large warming closet . . . Slide- 
Oscn control damper . . . Heavy ire backs ... J ami r]inV>-r 
sratr barf. . . . Tradc-ia allowaiiee oa^oor oM QQ 

"•*Bay" Third Floor 



8d.50 



rang*. Pwxhase on "Jht BajT B«ds«t Tlaa. 



The Most Comfort- 
able Shoe I've Hvcr 
Worn . . . Is What 
Our (Jiistt)incrs Say 
About 

Churclis 
Shoes 



. • -I) lei in Shoe* for 
11:, I 41,(1 won r n . . . Shoct that 
will Itcconie friendsl Church's 
.•ilioes are <srirM famoua for their 
wearing q(ialii\ ' I'riced at, per 
pair . •la.SO sfid •13.S0 



Wtia w Y eu Buy ^Tlff ^giy'a" 

branded 
MerchaiUlise 

You Get 

' Quality "-Phts 
'Valued 

I.i I'd .Sre a Vrw r,f Our 
\\ell-Kno\vn Branded jJipes 

HtidvonM Suits for men. ^ 
Hndsonia Hats for mea.- ' 

Lady HiifUon Hcte 
I.aHv HiiH^on Sli'.e*,. 
Lady Hudton Hatt. 
AirfHtc GoW Balla 
Dictator Radio* — 
"Point " Blanket!. 

Queen's ^FTSflfUllSM 
Sheeting 

Fort Carry Tea. 

f ort Gofyy Calf oa: 



I? 



mi 



ft 



10 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., 



At the The atres, 

DRAMATIC STORy 
IS Al 



lloriii r% irr !!• .id 

l u Luuducl ^chuul 




DcplrU Earijr 
IB Cftll/onito 



Th« moit dramatic era In th«> 
developmrnt of California, Ipadlng 
to the Kfeat sold rufih of 1848, forms | 
th« backKmiuKl of • Sutler .<i OoM." \ 
Unlrersal'A .scrn-ii innativp, whKh 

opMii at ihe Oominloo Tlieatra to^ 

day. slM! WM •ppMrlng before the catn- 

■dward Arnold is starred aa John I erM. the man nhe Intends to marry, 
■utter, who estabitahrd the "empire" | IKJbert Taylor, was working for 



'AMUSEMENTS 



AtU»— Buddy RogetTlrr.Hlfl: 

Man Rhylhm. ' 

C»pM«»— "Wire Vertua Secre- 
tary ' -tarii'is' flark Gable. 

Columbia — bi!v..ird Everett 
Horton m "HU Night Out " 

Jtonioion— Bdward Arn61d lo 

•'flutter i Gold." .. 
PUca — rctii«> '"nbbatt.in 

' Mf' ropolitHii " 



et New Mi'hrtia ;n ( '.i I ; f'lniu On 
Ma land was dL-Kovcied the (fold 
which brought 100.000 wild-pyed 
treaaura aaektra to the Golden State 
within a jw. The opening scene 
flnda Butter In his native Switzer- 
land. Then the »U)rT follows him 
to America, a<Ti)«s the continrnt to 
Oregon, to th« Sandwich Islands 
and flMlljr to California, where 
. SMMt of the action takea place. 

The frenzied lawleasnens of the 
Kold ni.'-h brlrii?s ruin l<> -Suiter. 
When his spirit lia.s n-iirhed lis low- 
«at ebb his wife gives him new 
eouraffa. DramaUe event* follow in 
a w iltj ieeea al on. and the final ae- 
^ueneea show Sutter in W«.vhincton, 
TiXS.. earrying on a long, cauiu&iiia 
to secuii ffdnaa frnp the Govera- 
ment. 

Readliic AnMMT'lHnnouB lup- 
perttDV caat, Lee Tracjr ie eeen aa 
PtHrina, Bhinle Bamea aa the Rut!' 
dfsn coiinte.ss und Kathnrlne Alex- 
ander M Mrs Anna Sutler. 



John M. SUlvl Ln ' The Magnificent 

Ob*«Mifiiii_9jjBQ6ikc^,lj;^.^^^ 
'niejr hatf-luMh together each day. 



ATLA.S A gay young coll<'ge man 
THBATME wh o becomea so ta ngled 

tip romaottcaly that his 

staid father I has to abandon busi- 
ness and enroll as a freshman to 
Btralghlcn mattrr, out, .sins up 
■ome entirely new conxxly ius the 
Chief character of RKO Radio's 
mualoal, "Old Man Rhythm." now 
at the Ailaa Theatre. Charles 




"Buddy" Rogers plays the freshman 
George Barbler, the father. 



MISS BDYTH MtNTLCY WARD 

DIRECTOR. MolTafa Home Serv - 
ice Department, who Will CXUx- 

duct a cooliinK .school at the Shrine 
Audllprlym today. .Wednesday. 
Thursday and Prtday. from 2 15 lo 
4:30 pm.. undte tl^e auspices of 
Motlau. Ltd.. and the B.6. «eetric 



CAPITOL 



FIAZ A Of the four well-known 
TIICATBB aetors pUyinv Italian 

roles in the ?Oth r»>n- 
tury production. "Metropolitan," 
now at the Plaaa Theatre, not one 
of them clalma suhny Italy ts his 
birthplace. Caesar Romero la Cu- 

-^Mb-'^B-Miatk- flaiM mm ttm i1n«l «- - — 

American. Etienne Olrardot was 
born In T/>rwlon and Lula Afteml li 
a Spaniard. 



Produced by H ttn t 

Stromberg, who- has 
given the .screen .such 
successes a.s ' For.'.akinif .Ml Oilui.s" 
and "Ro#e Marie, ' and directed by 
the distinguished Clarence Brown, 
of *'Anna Karentna" and "Ah Wil- 
derness" fame. "Wife Ver-sua Sec- 
retary,' no*, at the Capitol Theatre, 
IS ihe first picture in which Clark 
Oable, Jean Harlow and Myma 
Loy have appeared together. 



.shop and meet her deadly rival. 
The^a' t < loses with the girls enter- 
,|UnK "tVie hou.se. and the fickle Pranz 

/tcfirnbmt; up a ladder lo an upper 
window. -He is dusroveicd by the 
furious toy-maker and runs away. 




COLUMBIA Working in -UU Night 
Out." at the Columbia 
Tlieatre. utantn* Tid- 
Bverett Horton. wa.sn'i a bit 
hard fot beautiful Irene Hervey. 
who appeared opposite him in the 
nade at Universal City. 
■•-vv«y found that, while 



BE PRESEHTEO in CITY 



NEW AMATEUR GROUP 
COMING TO CAPITOL 

All new. all difTrrent !• the n»rk- 
llng stage show by Major Bowes' 
Amateurs deaiRnated as Unit No 12. 
now touring m person and which 
will appear at the Capita tomorrow 
and Thursday 

They have been on the air over 
the Majors Sunday night broad- 
ca.s t. and now Victoria theatre- 




0«feOttet From Lower Itliuid 
Centres Hear Addresses ' 
on Political Situation 



WAKE UPYOUli 
LIVER BILE- 

M J«p 0«t «« Bad IM 

Maiy^ RariB' t« Go 

Tt* MhU botv oat tiM pomnia of 
BrnM Mk Into rnor hmb <Uly. If thm btb 
knot flnirtnc 'nvly yxir foiKlf)n««r i'Ji|««l. 
It joat daar* ia Um bowals. Uaa Masts op 
' ■ T—gtwtlaafa, Hwfol 



An 



da 



atihaeMa^TOTi 

OMrtv** uttii u«w'riiktaa^i 

pnaaiB at Mto Aowtn« trmtj snd mmkm r>a 
farl "up «n<l up ". n»rml««» arvJ nnOr. Ihrj 
rakn thr Ml* flow frMty. Thmj i» tin WQffc 
ttemUmntl bat hB««a*«ali«ii w MNWy la 



.lutrfnimlT I 



The quajnt story of "Coppclia." 
Leo Delibetf' ballet-opera, to be pre- 
sented by the Victoria Civic Opera 
Association with Dorothy Wilson as 

ballet mLstress. at the Royal Vic- 
toria Theatre on May 22 and 23, is 
told entirely by symphonle Qraato, 
mime and dance. 

In the first art. SwaniWa, a vil- 
lage maid, i.s sprn iiyin«. bv her 
danclr«. to attract the attention of 
the mysterious stranger who sits all 
day In the window of the toy-shop 
of old Coppeliua. The villagers say 
the fair datr^-sel the old man'.s 
daughter Whoever .she i.s, .SA:uiilda 
ddps n<it like her. PYan?., .Swanll- 
da's lover, has been seen watchmg 
her. 

Goaded bv her Jealousy, Swan- 
iWa nu,irrel.s with Pranc. refusing 

lo CiiniP with him before the 
Seigneur lo receive the dower given 
as part of the festivities in connec- 
tion with the Seigneur's gift of a 
bell to the village. The joUy burgo- 
master tells the maids and nifii of 
the Seigneur's plans .SwaniUla and 
her companions And the key to the 
toy - sho|;x dropped by Coppellus. 
She persuades her friends to come 
her into • •, .■!<. 



goers will both, see and hoar mem 
In peraoRr 

irhlt No. 12 Is crowded with ex- 
cept; lullv r'inor talCDt. It's a 
brand-new unit and entirely differ- 
ent In concep'ioti and vanety 
There is no single star In Major 
Bowe's shows— «ach aijd every per- 
former is a star, the title earned by 
the applause of a nation. 

In this .show arr names aJreadv 
known to listeners on the popular 
radio programme, such as the Mu- 
sical Pickpocket, who plays practi- 
c*nf every instrument; Clurles 
Clark, the singing milkman; 
.=;niokev Joe. the novelty tap dancer 
and many others. 



MINI FUND AIDiD 

NANAIMO, May 10. — Nanaimo 

Branch of Canadla«i Red Croaa 
.Society forwarded today to' the 
BrltLsh Columbia division a cheque 
for $71.30. to br fofwarded to the 
Mooae River mine rescue heroes 
from cittaena of Nanaimo. ' 



The revenue raLsers h.wf s( arc<»ly 
done more than scratch the .surface. 
They never thought to charge a 
quarter tor ao Uicome tax form 



8RAWNX6AN LAKE. May 18- 

A .special meeting of the Rsquiinait 
Distrlcl Conservative A.ssoclalion 
'*As held In the Shawnigan Lake 
AUUeUc AaaociaUqnjg&lLon .Thurs- 
day eveninf. B. T. Finland, preai- 
dent of the Esquimau district, pre- 
sided. Others present Included R. 
H. Pofilev, M P P ; Dr F Patterson, 
president of the British Columbia 
ConmynMf* Asaoclation , r a 
Woot^on, vice-preaident of the Brit- 
ish Columbia association: D. Henry, 
secretary of the Esquimau District 
Asyclatlon; Dr. C. A Boyd presi- 
dent of the Sliawnigan La Ice Con- 
servative Aaaociatlon. and delegates 
from gooN, , Mut^thoaln. Langford, 
Esquimau, CoMtle Hill and Shawni- 
gan Lake. 

Mr Pooley addreaied Uie meet- 
ing, giving a resume of the doings 
of the recent session of the House. 
• Mr. Wootton spolie on the grnerol 
principka of Conservatism, while 
Dr. n«nk Patterson declared the 
lr«"nd of the times to be away from 
LiberalLsm and ioward.s Con.sorva • 
tlsm. Dr. Patterson was highly in 
favor of Young Conservative A^- 
ctatibna 'and women's branches. 



ALBERTA UAM 
WORTH WATCHING 



lerm.Tn Xrtliic Wills Tr IK Cy 
C lub of liiKhllghts of Visit ^ 




19 



Utt. LLOVU W. BA8SETT 

WHO leeeived the degM* of Z>oc- 
tor of Medicine at recent eon- 
vocation ceremonies of the Unlver- 

.slty of Alberta He wajs awarded the 
University of Alberta Scholar.slilp in 
Surgery, also the Mewbum Memo- 
nnl Gold Medal m Surgery. Dr. 
B;vs8ett Is the ypwigeat aon of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. P. Bassett. of VicU»la. 



coACM Lines 
excursions 

WcitaMgday, May 20 

GULF ISLANDS CRUISE 

Enjoy an dshiUrating drive by motor coach along the picturesque Saanich Penin- 
sula to Swartg Bay. where tht Itfry Cy P«ck it boardMi for • rdfrMhing cniiM tl^rough 

th« bMUtilul Gulf Islands. • . • 



Premier William Aberhart is a 
political figure worth followinR In 
the news with an open mlsd. Al- 
derman Archie Wills told the Gyro 
Club during a luncheon-meeting at 
the Empress Hotel yesterday, in 
triviiiK lliclllit;hf^s of a recent .tourney 
to Toronto lo attend the Canadian 
Prcv meetiiiR 

Mr. Wills told how Premier Aber- 
hart informed him he hoped to 
have every able-bodied unemployed 
Albertan doing road work before 
the end of the year He wa.s also 
going to try to keep people in the 
smaller centres by a vast programme 
of electrification and provision of 
. q^her dty oonvenieneea. Re summed 
up his views on prohibition by say- 
ing: "You cannot leeis'ate jx^ople 
into it, " Alderman Wills related 

Givmg a short account of the 
six-day bicycle races at Toronta 
Mr. Wills ^ated Vlctorla'a "Torchy" 
Peden had an enormous following 
and' was the centre of interest at 
even* rac^ .Sj)eeds as hik'li as sixty 
miles per hour were attained bv the 
cyclists. When a spill was Immi- 
nent, rid«ra ahot both arms high 
over their heads and lay still when 
they fell, so their pounding hearts 
and overtaxed organs mlpht slowly 
go back to normal, he said . 

Alderman Wills met .several of the 
heroic Draegermen who were re- 
sponsible for the rescue of Alfred 
Scaddlng and Dr D. E. Robertson 
at Moone River Mine He found 
them heroic. una.s.suminK men. well 
trained in mine rescue work. He 
concluded by a reference to the 
Canadian Press meeting and an ex- 
planation of (he various newa serv- 
ices supplied to Canadian news- 
papers. 



Parhsi iJU Mill 
Total Lo8» F rotn 
Fire on Sunday 



PARKSVILUB. May 18. — Fire 
broke out at an early hour on 8un- 

ftav irtorning in Ihf sawmill owned 
and operated by Allaji W. Ford So 
quickly did the fire lake' hold Uial 
the night watchman could not Ret 
St any of the flre-flghtlng equlp- 
^nent and the wh o le w aa a fi o mplfte 
loss. 

It IS esumated that Mr. Ford's 
I ocs will be from »g.000 to »10.000 . 
No Insurance wae caniea, ~ 



. The re's nothmg .so bad that It 
couldn't be worse, 
li a aaylng aa old aa the hllla. 
Just ask Peter Rabbit, he^ proved 
lh%t it 'a true. 
And te V ten you a atery of thriUa 



*6-Hour Stop 
2-Hour Stop 
K-Hour Stop 



PORTS Port Waahington 

OP B«dwtU Harbor 
CALL tatnnia laland 

OpfionsI S»«9 

any of the "»tope, or picnic facilities may bf cnjoycd. 
Ferry leavta Swartz Bay 10 A.M. 
Victoria 7:30 P.M. 



Lunch may be obtained .^t 

Coaches leave depot 9 A.M. 

Arrive back in 

RETURN 
FARE 



25 BUS AND FERRY 

Children 75f 



Low Bug Fares for the 24th 

Ta aM From All Poinfs on Vancourtr Island 

'Sub|«cf fo MinimumI 

Oeo^ Oekf say FRIDAY Uat.l th« MONDAY , FiasI Rttara TUESDAY 

Tripfnp MAY 22 lae» THa MAY 75 MAY 26 



SINGLE 
FARE 



And 10th 



ROUND 
TRIP 



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MM Uf fmij Will Be Off Seryice on Mjy 19 20 »n6 21 for Overhjul 



All Victoria Nanjimo Coaches Wil 

E1177 - Phone - 



Be Route(i Via Malahat 

E 1178 ' 



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PLANS kwmm 

FOROALADAY 



SHAWNIQAN LAKE. May 18 — 
At a second meetinc of the jreneral 

commitloe, held in the .<? L A .A Hall 
on Saturday evening, tlie .=!hawni- 
gan Lake Annual Gala Dnv wa.s 
chosen* as a name for the fete of 
August 8. H. CoIlinKs. chairman. 
piT.sidod A."; woll a."; thow from 
tlie orRaiii/aiinn repre.sented al thf 
fir.st meeting drlegatrs were prex-nt 
from the Malahat Board of Trade 
and the Catholic Women's League. 
Mr. rollint;"; reported an interview 
with T H Rxlick. secretary of the 
Vanrn\iv<r I.-land TourLst Tr.ide 
Development AssoclAtioo. who prom- 
ised to be present oA the big day 
and to advert l.sp it in the presa and 
touri.st patrphlrt.s H F Hawlcln? 
wa.s api"'!''!,-! (iipiiiv rliairman of 
the general committee. TJvf gecre- 
tary wA asked to secure Informa- 
tion relative to aeoirtng a band lor 
the day. 

The next niroting of the general 
committee will be held on June 13. 
when reports of sub-committees and 
retTrescntatlvea will be heard. 



Satisfied Quest ; "Well, Waiter, 
that wa.s a tip-top dinner. You 
know what that means, don't yoU?" 

Colored Waiter ' Ve.s. .sah If« 
one that you top off with a tip." 



L^^le Stories for Bedtime 

Pettr Rabbit It in a Tight^ Place 
— By THORNTON W BURGESS- 



III 



Tou see. Peter has thrills almoet 
every day. He haa grown w u.ied 

to them that a dav that didn't bring 
him at Ira-st one thrill a real, •slilv- 
ery thrill, like reaching the dear 
Old Briar Patch only one Jump 
ahead oi ReddT Fox. would seem aa 
if there waa aanethlhg wrong with 
if. But ol'alnthe thrills Peter hn.s 
had p)erhap8 the greatest wa.'s when 
he .sat under the pile of hru'-lT In 
the Qreen Forest, while Juat out- 
aide were Reddy Pox. Granny Foif, 
Old Man Coyote, and Radtidl the 
Hawk, "niere he waa M from the 
dear, .lyife Old Prlar Patch and 
waiting and watrhmg wfre four of 
the hungriest and fiercest of Pi * its 
enemies. It would have been bad 
enough to have had one waiting 
and watching, but here were four. 
Peter was In a tight place. Yea. 
sir Peter Rabbit wa5 in as tiRht a 
place as ever he had b^en m all his 
life. 

But Pet^r l.sn f the kind to worry 
until he ha.s to. He wa.s .so thank 
ful to escape under the pile of 
brush that he didn't wa.ste any 
time worryttif over how he was to 
get a%ay frpm here. Juat worked 
hla way under the very thickest 
part of the bru.sh and there he aat 
trying to get hl.i breath for he had 
lost it In that lavi hard run for 
safety with Reddy Pox at his hefl*. 
Oranny Fox he hadat aecn at all. 
nor Old Idan Ooyot*. It wasn't 
that hs knew that they were armmd 
He had heard the .swLsh of Rerttill s 
wings just ss he wriggled und'r the 
brush; and tie kiicw wim'. itiat 
meant for he had heard It be(i>re 

Prrsriilly Peter began to cliKkle 
You «i.uldn t suppose he could have 
foiuii anything to chuckle about 
when he-was In such a tight place. 
«ould yonf But he did. The fact 
la there waa a quarrel going on out- 
side that heap of brush, anci Peter 
heard it. Reddy Fox »'as calling 
Redtall the Hawk all the bad namej 
he could think of, and Oranny Fox 




Reddy Fox was calling RedUII the 
Hawk all the bod names he c««ld 
think of and Oranng Fn 
helping him. 



If^ hadn't been for you I'd have 

< n ight htm!" snarled Reddy. 

So such thing' ■ screamM Red- 
taii -j-eif-i.t within t«o 

Jumps of blm. Besides, be dldnt 



belon* to you, anyway. I had Juat 
as much Hgfit to him as you had." 

— -I tell you hes mine, nnd I'm go- 
ing to have him " .snarled Reddv 

' No such thlllR'' retorted Redtall 
He belongs to the one who catches 
him. and that t.s going to Le IM." 

"flobberj ' snarled Reddy. 

"Thief!" screamed Redtall. 

Then Peter heard a new voice 
It wa.-i very smooth and Peter knew 
it rii?ht awav It was the voice of 
Old Man Coyote. Peter stopped 
chuckling and listened aa hard as 
ever he could, for he la more afraid 
of Old Man Coyote than of all-three 
of the others together He I.s very 
crafty and ha-s an oily tongue has 
Old Man Coyote. 

"Prlend.s," .said hr. and Peter 
pricked up hLs ear*, for he knew 
that Reddy and Oranny Fos hated 
Old Man CoyoU> "Friends. What is 
the use of quarreling over some- 
thing none of us have got ■> ' he asked 
Peter Rabhit is .safe now. but he 
can't .sUv in this brush pile forever. 
Let us think of a plan to gr^ h^-t 
when he comes out Inrtead of 
fighting, why not try a plan arhtah 
will gi%'e one of us a fOOd ntbMt 
dinner What do you say'" 

Reddy and Oranny Frn looked at 
Old Man Coyote susplcloiisly. but 
a.^ they were afraid of him anyway, 
and a« tliey could see nothing to 
lose, they agroed. Redtall the Hawk 
thought it om and at teat he 
agreed, too. And so a plan 
made to catch poor Patar 



N>\t tory: 
Dark Pk>i 



Oid Maa Oarau> 




TO 




Canadian Collieries (Duns- 
muir). Ltd., Apply to Link 
Island Mine With E. & N. 



Approval for conatructlon of 1.2 
milea ol spur track fraoa. the matp 
line of the Bsquimalt * Nanaimo 
Railway at MUe 7«, to tap the 
NorthOeld coal area dn Vancouver 
Island wa-s granted yesterday iy the 
Piovuuial CJovenunenl, on reoom 
mendaiion of Premier FattullO as 
MlnLster of RaUways. . 

The new spur will run soytherly 
from the main line before circling 
in a bend to run northwest to the 
Northf^eld coal area, where propev- 
tiies formerly worked Aca. jA .be. re- 
developed. » ■ 

Permts-sion to cro.ss the I.sland 
Highway al the half-\««v point on 
the snfir line tjas granted The ap- 
pllcaMnjjMJmade by Canadian 



Starts Today 

ij)vi: * 

MADE HIM CONQUEROR 

I. (M l) ★ 

MADE HIM SLAVE 

THC AMAZING LtPE DRAMA Of A 

FEARLF'j: ADVfNTUIfH WHO 
lECAMl TH[ RICHEST MAN 
IN THf WOKtO ONLY 
TO i( CRUSHED lY 
OOlDf 



Coll 



BUlr), Ltd. 



CONVFRTING ONE 
STORE INTO TWO 



Government Street Premise* Naw In 
Froreas of Being Remodelled 
far Tiwuila 




SITTERS 
GOLD 



TH£ PICTURE THAT 
CAN NEVER DIE! 
•larniig 

KD^ARD ARNOLD 

|B< tntn f m>mt with S P !«i _ 

v„i, T.F.F TRACY 
n 1 \ M K n \ R N S 

K a I h <• r 1 11 c \ I (• \ ,1 n <l r 

i>ri..i!r,. ti,,. 




The old Foster fur store at ISlfi 
(;()\ CI linen!, .Street is tving altered 
to pioMde l\^o stores Tlie whole 
interior is being lorn out and a 
parUUoH la being placed in the 
centre, making two complete stores 
The front is being removed and re- 
placed by two doors and four show 
windows. Fancy tile will be placed 
on ^ the entrance floors and under 
the show windows. The intenor 
wiU ha freably plastered and deco- 
rated. The second fBfif HIS la 
betmr altered into llTtng apaMaMMs 
for tenaiits of the stores 

When completed the building will 
be like new. One store Is rented 
now to an antique furniture and 
fancy ehhiavara firm which has 
been in business for the past ten 
years on upper Fort Street The 
other store is spoken for by a very 
reliabl* firm. 

The building Is owned by Messrs 
Olarlco * 9tuart, of Vancouver 
James A. Griffith, of the Griffith 
Co . haa done all the planning and 
IS overseeing the «atfe fOT the 
owners. 

The work wUl ha eoenplatad in 
about two weeka. 



Jk I Hi J mkt and Hilarity on the 

Mk9 V • ■ ■ ^ Saait 

ROMANCE AND THRILLS ON A LUXURIOUS 
LINIR ALL MIXED UP IN A STOtM / 
OF LAUGHTEie 




44 



HERE COMES 
TROUBLED' 



Wirii 

PAUL KELLY 
ARLINE JUDGE 
MONA BARRIE 

Gregory Ratoff 



loc 12 1 • ir,c ^ 5 • 'i:*c 5 On 



Ciry 6rMt 



"BIG BROWN lYBS" 

Aiao 

Zint Grey'i "DriU Fiat*" 





That Body of 

Yours 



(By Jamaa W. Barton. Mi>.) 



Starts Tomorrow (WtdNtdiif) 

■Howmo roB two days only 

FOUR SHOWS DAILY 

Kt LIS.. I;ta. a t*. 




New 



- — a. ""'T. 

Different--Nn u 



THE LOWBR BOWRL ARSOSBS 
FOOD AND MEDICINE 

Many phv.sicians have long held 
the belief that the larce intestine or 
lower bowel v/as divided into two 
portions: the upper fwrtlon. or 
rather the portion into which the 
small Intestine emptied being used 
to absorb any good or any nourtah- 
ment .still left ill the food and the 
lower half sm.p'.. a .-storage 

place for the wastes from the food, 
and from which this lower half of 
the bowel forced It out of the body. 

If the lower half does not have 
the power to nb-^orb nn\irisliment or 
medicines and pass them Into the 
blood then fhLs idea of feeding 
nourishing foods, or giving medi> 
cin^s by the lower bowel would be 
all wrong. 

Some physicians have felt that 
the nouri'-hinR food.s -and medicines 
were driven upward by a "reverse " 
ac!ion of the lnte.<.tinal muscles to 
the upper end of the Intestine, to 
Mie paH- whlah . haa the akawWng 
power. 

However. Dr. Fillmore 8. Curry 
and J Arnold Rargen. Mavo Clinic, 
tell us m .Surgical Oynecology and 
Obstetrics of their experiments on 
a number of cases where the lower 
bowd had to be opened. 

They found that the lower part of 
the large bowel, which was thought 
to be Jast a storage place for wastes 
before they were thrown out of the 
body, really has the power of ab- 
.sorblng liquid foods and oedlcinea. 

Thua methylene hhie put Into the 
lower part of the lower bowel wa* 
passed out in the urine some uinf 
later; atropine, the active substance 
In belladonna, dilated the pupils and 
checked the natural flow of aalira, 
the dlgeaUve Julee m the mouth: 
sueroae was thrown out later In the 
urine; glucose 'erape sugari was 
also thrown out later in the urine; 
and sugar pui up Into this lower 
part of the intestine ^icreaaod the 
heat ot the body Juat aa when given 
by the oaauth. 

Title-then proves that foods and 
medicines irlven by t.he lower bowel 
are ab.sorbed into the blood This 
mav not seem important to many bf 
us. but when we remember that due 
to operation, to growtha, er other 
condition, life itaelf may depend 
upon resting the stomach and small 
Intestine, the value of the knoaledge 
that the lower bowel will absorb 
food and oNdtehM |i mtOf. under- 
stood. 



A psycl » o i o g w tuam tha t a large 
percentage of thoee who disappear 
did so because tl^ey feel that thev 
are not wanted. And a lot of them 
do a fa(^away because they 
they are wanted. 



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Ch I fi'PJi^ \2nfMarefi 
Gaining Education 

OBOMOKINO. China. May It OFl. 
—Here In Weatem China the "New 
Life" movement initiated by Ocneral 
CMang ral lUrt haa raaiilad aa a 

sharp rise in literacy. Where lesa 
than 10 per eent of the children 
laed to attend ichooi, there art to- 
day 12 000 of the ctty'aMJMfnnT- 
atera on the roUa. ' i 



ROYAL "^:r 

rilOAY, SATUIOAY, MAY 22 ?J 

Last lig Masicsl sad Osacwc 
ft^aaf elF Hm 



. VICTOMA CIVIC oruA 

MlU't M.T"« 

"lallet CopHtM 

DOtOTMV WILSON AND THI 
tUSSIAN lALLFT SCHOOL 

cotfs MiAucT or m 

IflCIAL ORGNWIA M fMCM' 

M«il 0'i««« Now 



Of,, 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., TUE^A^. MAY 19. 1936 



IT 




Ciistoms Act Altered 
In Many Respects to 
As sis i poli ce horce 

^'Caiiadian W»tcw*^ No w Dcfing the UUUn^u 
) T welve IWUct Fr om Shore |a Which gigycib 
live Offieen^Klay Exercise Powert 



OTTAWA. May 18 0).^reaUn{| a 
■new -dennitldn— "Canadian Cuatomi 

Waters" which will drflri* the area 
— in which ofllcrrs of thr preventive 
force may operate for the present 
at twelve miles frotn sliore, a bill 
waa Introduced In the Houae of Com- 
kBiona today by Hon J. L. Ilsley. Rev- 
enue Minuter, amrndinu the cu»- 
toms In mnnv rr^poefs so :^^ to 
•trenf then the handi of thoee en- 
gated la tfaf jffntntloB of amug- 

jllBg. 

The ehanffea In deflnitlon do not 

alter the present tcrmlnologv or ex- 
tent of "Caiiadiaii walrr.s" or ■Ca- 
nadian territorial waters." but for 
cuatoma purpoaaa define the dlsunce 
from iriMM In whleh cucUana of- 
flcera may exerclxe th^ powers as 
"that part of the sea whirh m «d- 
Jarpiit to and exii^nris nine marine 
milea beyond Canadian waters." 




VICTORIA 
DAY 

Week-Eirf Fares 

To Vaneeuvor 

Good gwng til tjilingt from P M. Fri- 
d«r, Msy 22, MMtil A.M. Msa^y. May 
25 Rttorahif, foad to lam Va«- 
cmiver nst Isfar Ifcaa wMaigl it Taits- 

4ty, May 26. 



Return 
F«rt 



$3.15 



Children 
Natf F«rt 



To Soattio 

Good to Itft Victonj jll tjilingi 
front P M Fr.Hjy, Miy 22, unMl P M. 
SHxdiy, M«y 24 Returning, good to 
Uavt S««Ml« not Isttr tbsn A.M. 
Tundsy. May 21 

Return Od Children 

Fart ^OmCQ Half Firt 



Canadian Pacific 



"Canadian vaUra" means three 
marlnf milea from dure measured 

from certain coast line points as laid 
down In the North Atjantlr f^sheru 
award .signed at WssliiiiKion in 
luoe. Canadian customs waters »ilV 
therefore extrad to the ao-ealled 
twelve-mile limit 

STATrS OF OKKK KRS 

Tlie bill al.vo drhne.s the sUtua of 
Canadian Mounted Police ofBcers In 
charge of vessels jn the preventive 
SenrlCe to the efTecl thai they w4ll 
have the same powers as those of a 
ciistoma oOieer &r tnurpoaes of thia 
Act. '■ 

Another meaaure affaetlnc ohip- 
pinK wa-s Introduced by Hon. C. D. 
Howe. Minister of Marine, and given 
first rradiiig Tins iri)la'i\s the 
Water Ca rriage of Ooods Act of 1927 
on Identical Tinea trMrtiut of tlie 
British Carriace of Oooda by^a 
Act of 1934 which has also been 
adopted by the United States 

Tlie new measure would make the 
leRislauon respecting carriage of 
gooda on Canadian aea aiid Inland 
waters unifoim with that of Oreat 
Britain a nd U a lt ed Slates and 
answers the rcqueat of leading ship- 
ping coAipanlea of Canada. ICr. Howe 
aald^ 

Certain of the proposed Customs 
Act amendments in Mr. Ilaley's bill 
replace sections withdrawn from a 
Customs Art. amending measure 
brought down early in the session 
Notable among these clauaes was 
one requiring a ahlpmaster to carry 
a manlfeat ahowlng the cargo details, 
excepting eiwiHw not owrytng 
liquor. 

Previously penalties were provided 
for veaaela found carrying goods not 
shown on the mmtfeit. bift there 
was nothing to require that the 
manifest should be carried. 

Other amendments concern ap- 
prehension of vessels "hovering" off 
the coast within terrltodal waters. 
Powers to aelae and question, and in 
the event of escape, to seize such 
ve«s«I later If it is cauRhf ln'^l(1e rhn 
customs limit or in a Canadian port 



Seek Island in South Sfia_s H()p||^[j f()R 




Not content whh the great open naeaa offered by ttaa North American 
continent, theae two akpoaanta et cdhmsbM, Ifaigllni. Drake mi athar 

argonauts are cruising the Weat Indies in their twenty -eight-foot aloop. 
Penguin, to set up a country of their own on the Island of Moronia— if 
they can find it. Don Meyers (left), of Martinsville, Ind.. and Walter 
Spaeth. Baltimore, Maryland, left Miami on March 8, and detpit« the 
fact that neither .could naviKate and Meyers had never been to sea 
hmi orm, thaf afri¥a4 Hlflj at S«n Jwaff. Puerto Rico, w hara th e y wara 

plwtographed. 



Lontrshorp Group 
On Fraser River 
Granted Charter 

S\N PEDRO Cal. May Ifi ' n 
Pa. ifii Coast delegates of Uie Inter- 
national Lortgshoremen's Union 
voted a cl^arter here yesterday to a 

We.<;f minster. RC. local and a.«.kcd' 
the International A";.'io(lation to 
grant a charter to Hawaii 

The district convention also 
urged that future agreements of the 
International A.s.soclBtlnn should be 
timed to expire 5;imultaneou.slv with 
thf^e of affiliated croups in the 
Maritime Federation of the Pacific. 



MLTSPRIHG ISIAND 

FERRY' 




EXCURSION 
• CRUISE 

*WEDNESDAX, MAY 20 . 

Enioy a 4«lifllitfHi drhra by Mefar Cescii slaafl Ifce Sssnick 
Ptaintals te Swsrts lay, where tiie ferry, Cy Peck, is U»tM 
for a lefreihkit cnilse Hiraefb Hm besetifal GaM Islsads. 

Hi« Cy Ptck will csH st Hie Wtowlag Galf Islsads ea raatt. 
P«i(«ngcri may disem^rk st say af tbaie raaertt— raiaiaiag tk« 
>h<p nn the ratvra teara a y a? eaatlMN vM Mm cndN fe Mm last 

pott of ctll 

PORTS PORT WASHINGTON *6 Hours' Stop 

OF lEDWai HARIOK 2 Hovn' Slop 

c\ll SATURNA tSUNDL,.....^a-H«gr Stop 
*0»»ieaal Step 

Lunck may k« obtshMi at aay el Mm tfefe. er picak fKllitiei 
may b« asjoyod. 

Can will Mt to iwtM aa Mm liitT. lot awy ka Ml st 

Swarti lay 

•■M* IfST* V t Calrb LIbM D|P» < St t 
I^^^yl^l^ rrrtT l«*T» Iwkru U%t at IS 

CADCC '"^ ^'"^ f^SS 

rAKBa Ch.ldrtn. 7tit ■ 

Parry Oaly, T6#; CkiMraa, BO^ 



Weather Report 



rsTrVAN Overrun wulhurt. frf«h to 
ttroi n 31) M SS rhoppv 

LEtJNARD I.SI,ANI) Ovrrcktt. MUthract. 
(rfKli 2D ii rhoppy 

PACHBNA -- Cloudy: aouthoaat. freth: 
]0 ti: Mi ehoppy. 

CARM AHAH— OvtfeaM; M>uthFi«t. llfhl; 
:9 8n. lart* dwell and light chop 

CAPE BKAij; oiou4y: aeatbsast. aMd- 
eratr 28 It: Il(hl chop. 

WirelefiB Report 

aCHWABBN Ban Prsnrlaro for Vanrou- 
ver. 200 mllvs, touth o( Citcvan •! ' 

0 clock 



Shipping Calendar 

T6 aBMTB 

■UPRCai O ' JAPAN - Phillpplnaa. 
China, .rapan and Hawaii. Mav it 

PACIFIC PIONTFH - tJnited Kingdom. 
May ID 

RUTH ALKXANDKK California porta. 
May 31 

ORCaAUA— tTntted Klncdom. May SS 
PREBTDKNT JKPFERHON — Phlllpplnaa. 

Chins and Japan. May 27 
EMMA ALKXANDER— Calltornia poru. 

May 2* 

DEUTOTK - BotUtdSB SB« 

Way M. 

TO OBPABT 

AOPANOI Hawaii. FIJI. Nfw Zealand 
trifi A IS' rni.n. M«y CIO 

ruFSiDENT 'ORANT— Japan. China and I 
Pliillrn:n«a. May 21 | 
RUTH AUexANDIK— California aorta. , 

Uav ■ . 

HK.1AN MARO (VM«««m>-Jspaa aoru. 

Ma' 2J • ' 

EMPRESS OP JAPAN— Hawaii. Japaa. 

Cii>n<4 and PMIipplnni. May M. 

EMMA AUBANOSR— Oatllornia p<tru. 
May le. V 

West Coast Maih 

MalUnnni !• pm. Ut. nth and im 
each month for Ahousai. Bamfield. Cee- 
preree. Clurmunt. rin i><i»e. Ecoolr, Eatevan 
Piiiiil. K«k«-*n. Kildoiian K » u q u o 1, 
Noolka. Pon Albernl. Port Renlte*. 
aachart. Tofine ana Uehiolot. Ooo i.ii 
p m . sth. lltb sad SMb oaeh moath. 
•sctpt Beoelt. 

Malla elooo Ml p m . lift ex-h month and 
n is a m . nnd aach month for Centra 
\- :^-.i<. Dua I '} P m . 2Sth tacb month 

Maiu cloao I 4S a m., and. iStli sad Stod 
•Si^ ■^■tonUi. tacopt ■unSara. tor Olara- 
aue(. Batavan Point. taSawla. Rraaaot 
and To' no 

Mr<i> I -r^xt t 4 < am. 61 li, ISth and 36lh 
•ach month, exrep' Sundaya. for Clo-oow. 
Port Raafrtw. Bamfield and KildonaS. 

Malta elOM t 4S am. Thuradaya and 
fUt jrdaya. for Bamfield. Ecoole. Klldonan. 
Ban Matro. Serliarl and t^cluelet Dua 
} 10 p m.. Tueadaya and Baturdaya 

Malla cloaa 11 II pm. Mondaya. and I 
p m . Frldaya. for Holberc. Port Allca and 
QQRttlno Dua 1am. Tueadaya and Pri- 
dayi 

Malla eloae in p m . Ut each month, and 
9 4^ am. 2nd eai li mon^h. fnr OacbSlOt 

Due If) pm fl'li ea'-h month. 

Gulf Island MaU 



rirat. alavooUi OMd 

month ai 11 p.aa 
f, 

ulUMXA—m. Pllmiaoi Adalalda vUl Maas 

VancouTtr rrtry Wednesday for Prlnoo 
Rupert and «ay poru at 8 p m.i 8a Prtnea 
Rupart Of Ba Prloco Oaoraa vlU )••?• 
VaneouTOf 'ae Olovsrt and waf porta 
tvery Monday a* • p m : 8a Owrdana vUl 
lea?* Vaneouyar avary Tuaaday at 9 p m 
for Prlnca Rupert and way porta; 8» 
Oatala win loavo Vaocoavar avery Prtday 

U • PA tot atowart aad w»» port* 

VANooom - Q c a a N oHARUTrre 

IBTjANDS — 8i Prlnra Oharlaa win laovo 
Vancouver avcry alternate Saturday tor 
QuaoB CharlotM Uland poinu and Prteoo 

BWARTE RAT-PDLrORD HARBOR— Mv. 

Oy Perk will leave .s««ri/. Bay dally. »«- 
rent W''i)ii"-rl i . m <> ia « m ^ pm ; 

Wer'nr«lav.^ only at 1 p m 8uncl«>« onl» 
i ii n . 1 1 10 a in » p ni and " 4.i 
1) 111 Mv Cy Peck will leave Piilford 
Harbor dally, axcept Wedneidnva. at I i% 
am. and 4 pm.: Wednesdava nnlv at ( i\ 
a m .Sundaya only n' n is am. in 30 
am. i r in »nil h ».> ni 

IKBNTWCXjD MILL OAV— My Cajcada 
.aaeOa Brontwood daitp at • a.m.. 10 a m . 

11 am.. IS noon, t pm, t p.m. 4 pm and 
i p m 1 My Ca^ade leavea U'll Bay 
dally at ( 30 am. 10 20 a m . 1 1 a m 

12 30 p m.. 2 10 p m.. t 10 p.oa., 4:10 pm 
and p.m 

norroBU • oaiM muumm - pnnccaa 

Uary leayea VIclorU eeary Tuaaday fof 
Jamea laland. Plera Uland. Port Waahlna- 
ton. Oansaa Harbor. Mayno Uland. OaUano 
taland and Vaaooom «t M:W am 

VICTORIA-PORT ANOBL B B B t. troonola 
vlU laaya Victoria dall; for Port Anielea 
at I am: Sa IroqunU will arrive Vic- 
toria daily from Po't Anselaa at t I) a m 

SIDNST-AMAOOKTIfS^ -T: Roaarlo wtU 
teavo Bldnof dally for Anacortaa at l:4» 
p.m.i Oa. Bosaria vUl arnvo OMaot aaily 
from a a aoe rt oo at l-tl om 



Transpacihc Mails 

PRESIDENT GRANT— Malla eloao 4 p m . 
May 22 Due at Yokohama, Juna ^. 
Shfvn.-hal. June I. Honakoni, Juna 12 

•F.MPREflS OP JAPAN— Malla closa 4 
p m . May 30. Dim at Yokohama. Juna 13; 
BhahtliaWuao IS: Bonskona, Jmno it 

•Carrlta mall for Hoaolalu. 
Al'STBALU aND NBW SKALAND 

AORANOI— M%ll* cloia 4 p m.. May SO 
Due at Auckland, Juna 4. Sydney, Jun« U. 

MARIPOSA (Via Ban Pranriico) -MaUl 
clo.se 11:11 p m.. May 23 Hue at Auck- 
land. .June 13. Bydney. June IS. 

MAKURA (Via Ban Pranclacol — Malli 
cloto U:U p.m.. Mar tl. Duo at VoIUbs- 
.oo. Jvno St: Bydaoy. Jnno tT 

British Mails 



DAILY SAILIM1I& 

DAHV DCCVT WKNODAY 



Letva Svsrta lay 



,.9;J0 a.m.— S.-00b>">- 




we6misdav only 

Um PdM *^ Ni- ieow S««ia Uf. 1M p4b. 
SUNDAY ONLY^FFKTIVI MAY 17 . 

Lv. tvartt ley .^^.3:30 aoa.. IIJO a.ai.. SHM p.m., 7.45 a.m. 

Iv. f tlhi i lla» W 1:15 a.ai.. MJO s.«., 4.<X) p m.. (:4S p.m. 



Aotomokilot lloclu^inQ drWef) 7Sc to fl.SO 

fsasoMflart . JSc 

JTmdkt ( l iMii M *l««r) %\Ji H nOO 

M«t»rcvrl«« ikndodina drKofI 50c 
Par PbiMmt lafanaatisa aad Mater Caech Caaaactlaas 

iim. iim 



Fares 



CHIP nM^iDf rtimv ca 

UMITID 




oaNoaa . oauano. matwb. pbnbbb 
ulaVd. port wasbinqton 
saltspbino island 

Malla cloaa Sunday. Wednaadaf. Pridaf. 
II 15 pm : Tueaday. 10 am. 

Malla dua Monday. 1 li pmi Madaff. 
wadnoodar. Priday. T:tS a m 

BBAVBB POINT. PtJLPOBD BABOOB 

MalU rlrwa Tweaday. 10 a m : Wednaa- 
day. Friday. 11 1» p m 

MaUa duo Sunday. Wadnoaday. Priday. 
T:IS aJB. 

BATOBHA 

Matia elooa Bunday. Wednaaday. II Ii 
p m 

Malla dao Monday, t it »m.i PTlday. 

BOUTB PBiroaB 
Malta aloaa awaday. Woanoodiy. lliU 

'mbiIs daa-Moaday. t is ».aki PiMap. 

ftU aak - , 

msoBAva 
Hllli sloao Taaaday. is oa.i Pridar. 
11 IS p.at. 

Malla daa laaSaa. Wodnooaat. 1:U aja. 



Mailt aloaa Bunoay. II l> P m- 

Cpoiting Craft 

nORMUA-VAMOOOVKB - Ba Prtaeaaa 
Oharletta at Ba. Prlneaaa Alloa vtU laavt 
Vietorta at I p m. daUy for Vaoeouror; 
Ba Prlneaaa Cbarlotto or Ba Pnoeoat 
atior wUI orttvo aallp a* Vtetorta from 
Vaaooayor at l:N a m : ea. pyinoaaa BUaa- 
ooth or Ba Princeat toao wUl laava Vie- 
torta dally tor VancouTei at 12 midnlthi; 
Ba Prinooaa .Bliaakttta or Sa Prlneaaa Joao 
VlU amto flals e ia datif »o» Vaaao u iat 
at 1 am 

VTrrTtif?iA-«BATn*-pa Pl la aaoi (Aor- 
lotte or a* Prinooaa aMo vltl laaoo Vlo- 
toria at 4:SS p.m dalle lot Baa t Uti Ba 
Priaooaa OBariotu ot Ba Prtaaaat aiica 
wUI am*o daUy at Viotena from OootUt 
VtCTORlA-BBATTl-B - Ba 'reouoU wtU 
laava Victoria daily for Seattle at ( a m. i 
Sa troauoia ameoa a Vutoru dally from 
Baattlo at S:SS a.aL 
VANOO 
•aoet N 

>y at s a.m a 
at Nanaimo daUy 
Oantfay at I it pm and 
I:1S a^aia Sa Prlneeia Baina vUl way* 
Baanfo laturdar only at Li 
aad ttlt pat., amviaa at 
day otUy at l:lt p m. aad S:U pm: Bt 
Princeat Blatnt wtU MaTe Manama aa 
Sooday only at t:« am., arrtytno at 
Nanaimo re Oaadae SBM aa t:IS pm aad 
11. It pm 

vit-ciHiA «t«i ooABi - aa pnocaas 
Mtauiaoa wUi loaea Vtotaria for 
Oaaai at ti 




BB MEWPOUNDLAND Mall* riose MS 

p m .. May ;o 

S« N(l)RMANnir 'Via New Yorki- 
Mailt clone 1 IS r m Mav 30 

as. BERENOAFilA Via New York) — 
Maila rloic : l^ p m . May 23. 

SB DUCHESS OF ATROUt— MSllS Slotf 
I I.S p m . May 34 ■ 

88 BREMEN 'Via New Tork)— Mailt 
clo.ie I is p.m.. May 34. 

SB. BMPRBB8 OP AU8TRAUA— Malli 
rlnne I 15pm. May 311 

Mml intended for tranamlaainn Tia i>lt« 
Yciit muat be m»rked When aent by 
air over t7nlttd Btattt llntt. mall may be 
poMed. ihroo dara later tbaa tht datea 
indicatad 

JAMAICA 

Mailt < :o«' 1 1% p in . May 22 tnd 24. 



Yukon and Atlin 
Mails 




WastHngton Governor Anx- 
ious for Federal Aiithori- 
lift to Adopt Treaty 

OLYifpIA,' May 18 oP) — Oovemor 
Martin has telegraphed Secretary 
of state Hull and Senators Bone 
and Schwellciibach in Wa.^hinKlon. 
urging acceptance of re.wrvations to 
the Boekajre Salmon Treaty with 
Canada, ha lald today. 

The Oovemor told Secretary Htill 
that "it i.s h(jpf<l voii may able 
to obtain tlie agreenu-iU of the Ca- 
nadian Go\emmeni to i\ns> .solution 
of a vaxad and Important problem." 

Hie Butet Sound-Praaer iinrer 
Salmon Treaty has beeiMinder oob- 
slderatlon for several years. Canada 
has ratified the proposal, but the 
United States has failed to do se. 

Recently fishermen of British Co- 



West. East and So uth th a r a was evi- 
dence of preparations for widespread 
vacation travel ' McOinnis said 
Inquiries received by Iran-sixiriation 
agencies make It clear thai thou- 
sands ot panooB are planmng uipa 
ie> the West thit year,' and there, is 

cvorv reaMrvn to brlipve that tour- 
ist dollars will roll we&iward in great 
numbers." 

Low round trtp rate."", both east and' Japan Here This Mommg- 




wr.stbound. will acain be a prime ai- 
Ira^tion. but ini|>rovt'nicnt.s In tram 
eqiupment and athedul&s are ex- 
pected to be of even greater appeal 
this SuimnBr, McOlanU declared . 
All of southern Padfle'a tralna In 
tran.siontinert.t! .service, together 
with many on .shorter run.t, are now 
completely air' eSBaittoned, he 
pointed out. 

ALL MODEBnn/ED 

With B uBM we p h e dt wmi | wuii i»»y- 



▼lA VANCOnVER— Mailt cloaO 1>1S P.S 
ApriL It. May T. 1* and 3«. 
VU BBATTLB-Mallt eloto 4 am. M 



^()la H sh i OS ^T n 

SOI I H TO SEA I ILL 

KKTCmKKS .Ma.ska May 11 
— .Tlif^ ri :i)|>l. (l .^leanuihip North Sea, 
en roiK" bi-lc to Seattle for repftlr^. 
reported In mid-forenoon today that 
waa ^klng eleven knot.s and 
the pumpa atcre coping with the leak 
caused last week wheh ihe grounded 
in B fo g on Prince df Wtlii lala&d 

OFFICE BUILDING FOR 
WHARF AT VANCOUVER 



penp SB 1^ 



VANCOUVBR. May II W.— Ten- 
ders have been submitted for con- 
st ruction of a two-story ofBre b iiM- 
ing for British ColumbU Pa<.k«'i.s, 
Ltd. . at Packfi.' .sioflm.ship Doric 
here, formerly Kingsley Dock, it was 
annotineed today. 

TJio builclii.if. roht of- wWeh'la es- 
timated at 114 (X)0. will be of frame 
coikstruclion on a concrete founda- 
tion, and stiong enough to carry s 
third stoPT If necBBBBry. " 

VANQOUVER SHIPPING 

VANCOUVER. May IS <P - Ms 
K ^il the ItaHBit^-blne. today 
waa dlBctoBfglng Spanish 8BH.l»re. 



A tola; of U hOO iwund.s of hali- 
but «a* sf>ld hrrr 'od ay. 2 000 pound* 
chicken «• fl t ^nts loooo medium 
Bt. 7, and 1.500 large at 6.6. 



trains that hianufacmre their own 

perfect •'weather." f ' .'roads have 
proceeded to iinp:< .i.ssciiger car 
equipment in many other, ways, it 
H^'emphaalied. Coaches M!4 chair 
ears OB Southein 'Pacific's leadlnK 
trains have been modernised 
throughout' and fitted wuh new 
type adjustable .seals Pullman 
oquipment. both standard and tour- 



lumbla and Washington for the first j ist, is of the latefet design. ai)fi many 



tlms in history found themselves In 

accord on the international pro- 
gramme to conserve the .socltpye 
salmiin and the ( i'uci hd:- ir. ^nd the 
adoption of the 1030 proposed treaty 

with P BBB rV B tl o n B. 



new lounge and club eara have 

been plarrd in .service, according tO 
the announcement. 




TOURIST GAIN 
MtEBIHI 



Southern Pacific Official En- 
thusiastic Over This Sea- 
son's Travel Prospects 

Opening of the Summer touriat 
seaaon May 15. an. cTWit at j aanua l 
Interest throughout the oocmtry. 
holds particular promise of a sub- 
stantial Increase in travel to the 
Parif\o Coast and othfr weatem 
statea. 

lltla WBB announced by Mist S. 

McOlnnls, vice-president ot the 
Southern Pacific Company. th 
ch&rga of .sv.sJr-ni p.i.s,srn?rr traffic, 
upon hla return from a nation-wide 
survey of travel proapecta. 

VACA-nON TRAVEL 
"Wherever X went In the Middlt 



Strike TroiMen 

Flnrv A^ain at 
California Port 




SAN FRANCISCO. May 18 i/P) - 
worke ra -todff picketed four 
pien h*W. •where Alaaka aalmon 

boats were preparing for tbB an- 
nual tourney North. 

memBers 



Talthybms ln Yesterday — 
Aorangi Away Tomorrow 

Coming '.II from Far K.ist i>on.> by 
way of China, Japan aiwl Hawaii, 
the Canadian Paciftc Sa. £mpreu ol 
JapoBi CBpialh L. D, DougUU, 
R.N.R.. commander, was to roabh 
Rithet Pier* at 8 oclock this moni- 
mg. at:c<Mdiiip to advices received 
from the sliip by James Maclarlrini^. 
ganpral agent of the company here 
The big liner has a large Uat of 
Uavelers In aUxlassea aboard, many 
of whom will Ic.ive ihc ship hoie. 
Mails and cargo will aUo be left uii 
tlie l(xal dock before the J .kp m I tt&v. A 
ooiuinues lo Vancouver. 



Ogtien Point Piers yostciday the 
Stttherlandeompietfhg for the L lut ed 
Kingdom, and the Aahlelgh k>adinf 
for the same dtv>t,inatloni. The Suth- 
erland lelt last niglu for Liverpool 
(fler loading 77.'').000 feet of lumber 
!iere. and the Ashleigh *hift*d to 
Port Albernl to complete aft«r load- 
! ing a ponsljnment of nianulactured 
Idoor.s and BMBB MMOO t«et pt 
lumber. ■ 



WELL KNOl 
IN VI 




The ptrfcpt.s. 



^ the 



Als.ska Canopry Workers' Union. 
haUted toBdtaig o^th• BteamBhlp 
American Star yesterday, deelBrlng 
non-union workers had been taken 

aboard. 

OfficmU of the Red Sfar Canning 
Company, owner of the vessel, said 
they were unable to meet tha union 
demand for 170 a i|nonth pay with 
room and. board. 



Arriving trom China and JlCtt&n 
ports ywileiday. the Blue Funnel 
Line .S.s T.ilthybius. Captain Slur- 
rock, v^as here for several hoiir> 
The liner d.>clt*y1 .u 7 a in. alon^;.-,:tl<' 
RlLhet Piers, and proceeded lo Van- 
cobver at 11 oCcIock; 

Among the pOESengrrs aboard the 
Talthyblus wfW-Bonjamin C. Wllk- 
in.wn, .Mr. and Mr.s. Edmund Hick- 
man and Frederick Thoma.s. Mr 
Wllklnaoh caught the Iroquois here 
on hla way to WaAhlngton; Mr. and 
Mrs. Hickman were for London from 
Hong kong, and Mr. T homaa waa for 
Seattle. . . " 

Maila and eairgo for Victoria ware 
kft on the lofial dort yhlto the 
liner waa in port. 

On her way to Sydney by i^y of 

" Hawaii. FIJI and New Zealand, the 

Canadian - AiLslraIa.si,ut Line Ms. 
Aorangi, Capuin T V Hill com- 
mander, will be heK t<oinorrow aXler- 



Rev, A. J. Brace. Missionary, 
Was Formerly Secretary 
ftLLocaUtMCAa ' 



Honolulu Mails 



J. Brace. F.R.O S , 
has spent Bome twenty-ftVt yean 
or more as missionary and T.M.C.A. 

! secretary in Chcnglu. In the Prov- 
I ince of S/chucii. in West China, la 
I ai ruing in Victoria lOMay nboaid 

the 88. Empress of Japan. He la on 
Ihis way to Toronto, where ht wlQ 

' join MiR Brace who returned to 
Canada from Chuia a year ago. 
j Mr. Brace la-wall iHWwn In Bnt- 
! ish Columbia, having been a mln« 
lst«r of the Methodist Chuiah In 
the province, as also Y.M C.A. sec- 
r-tary here, during which time hia 
untlrmg energy acoompllshed tha 
erection of the present YJiCCA. 
building at Blanahard and View 
BCrtiti. 

Mr. Braca has traveled ettMl* 

<l\(lv In rhiiiii, anil t lu; uilue of a 

tour la Tibet waa recognised by the 
honor of BMmbarahlp in the Royal 



Brace have been supported In their 
work in China by tha MetlOpoHtan 
Church of Victoria. 

Ourihg Mr. Braoe's brief vialt on 
the eoa;.t. he will fUl aaveral apeak- 
ing engagements In Vietorta and 
Vanroiner Me will address the 
Women s Canadian Club here, thia 
afternoon. In the 



Cruiser Emtlvn SaiU 



MkIU rlOM 11 is pm. May I. S. IB. tt. 
II. 17. 21. 24. 26 and SO. and Juna Sand 1*. 

MS AORANOI — Mill! clnsa 4 p m.. 
M** 20 

88 EMPRKSB OP JAPAN— Mllll elota 
4 p m.. May SO. 

BB KMPRBBB OP aWa-Matla sloao A 
p m.. Jnao la 



DUE FROM EUROPE 
Two vesaela from the United King- 
dom are due here In the next forty- 
eight hour.s The flr.st to arrive will 
be the Furneas Line Parihc Pioneer, 
which is expected by King Brothers 
.some time thl ft^ eve ning: the other I 

.ship IS the RoyXl Mall Lines Ms. [ MONTRITAI, May tg v.f Tlift 
l..ornknii1ne. which will be h. ie, a^-- Oemmn cnn.ser Kmdi n slid out of 
oording to Adam P. MoHaii. local, her berth st Laurier Fler today ancl 
repreaentatlve. tomorrow night or started down the M. ~ 
Thuraday morning. Both ships have I River, en route to Spain, on Ito 
passengers and cargo for Victoria leg of a world crulae. TUm 
aboard. rnded a stx-dag gll|f iB 

Two ahlps were kMtdliig lumber at , waters. 



NOW! ALL 3 "ALEXANDER" LINERS ARE BACK! 




RQnin in service 



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and returB with berth 

and til meal* include 

ROUND TRI 



NJOY a stimulntinK sea-voyage vacation 
now! Yes! the big "Alexander" liners are 
again in service . . . and it's a swell Spring tonic. 
Then, too, you avoid the mid-season conges- 
tion. The same popular hners. the same smart 
service (music with your meals, dancing, cock- 
tail bars) and those always-attractive low fares 
which include your berth and your meals. Get 
away NOW on one of the gala initial voyages 
. . . or early in June! Accommrxiations are still 
available if you hurry. And you may tak« your 
car along for only $1 0. — ^- ^ 



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• 909 Government Street 
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rWE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., Tl^KSPAY. MAY 19. 1936 




UPSETS FEATURE PLAY IN BRITISH GOLF TOURNEY 



Wednesday League XI 
Beats Nanaimo Squad 
In Fla y -Off Fixture. 

Chalks Up 3-2 Victory Over Up-Island Team— 
• TwfiLCoals iirftrrt Twelve Minuien Pave Way 
To Victory for Victoria Playew 



By SIO THOUAB 

NANAIMO, May 18 — Ruimlnff }n 
two markers In thie first tiMlve mlii> 

uU>8 of play, visiting Wednesday 
Football I^aRUf All-Stars elcrd out 
a 3-2 victory ovrr the Nanaimo 
Printers here on Sunday afierii(x>n. 
In the a«eood gtme of the. play- 
domii for tiM VftiMOuver ttbud soe- 

crf honors 

It wa« Uip Nt'cond »lrtti({hL tri- 
umph for Uic Capital City boys, and 
fsva them the two-gMOC seriu^l-;. 

mined offensive, and banged home 

t'he two goals that paved their way 
to victory, ^jeforr the home boys 
really started to luiution Once 
the Nan»irno ■ Prmters really hit 
.their stride they were more than 
I holding their, own. but the brilliant 
work of Norman 8t«wan.«.nn Vic- 
toria Roalle. and the remainder of 
th«> viMtlnK rirfonrp thwarted tiMir 
every scoring opportunity. 

INCREASE LEAD 
VtrLorta Increased their lend to 
|>0 eleven minutes after the breather, 
but from this Mtgf ^iMlwy ^nm 
eallAd upon to use all of their ef- 
forts to cmerRc from the fray with 
nr. -vid vkcvonh N a n a imo 

Printers bangrd home two tallies In 
this session, and but for the smart 
#fence of the vlaltors would at 
jSaat pulled up on even temjts and 
gained a draw, which, after all. 
would have been a better repre- 
sentation of the play 

The visitors opened the scoring 
six minutes afte^ the start of the 
fixture when "Shorty" "ColUnlB scored 
from clrv,*" ranxe, following a fine 
rombi nation movement bjT the Vic- 
toria front line. 
- their Initial half 



scori ng five m inutes later when 
Wally BUwari met the rebound • 
Itwh — hi e ' v mn . buUct drive and 
banged the ball past Bob Thompson, | 

Nanalrtio goalie ' [ 

Strv.arl^on, C'apiial Ci^y ROalie. i 
mad*" somf brilliant saves foi 111" 
remainder of this half, and when 
the rest interval arrived^ the vWtors 
were leading, 2-0. 

With the resumption of play the 
visitor."! Incroa.scd their lead to three 
goals, when CoUin.s to-ik the rebound 
from Maurice S|)« 11>m s shot and 
drove theJealher past t beLNanatmp 
goalie. 

SHARP ^( ORES 
The Printfi > rame b.ii k with de 
termmalioii and finall\ broke the 
Ice when John Sharp picked olf the 
rebound from his oira sizzHng di ne 
and beat Stewartson. who second.^ 
before saved an ahnoet tinposslblr 
shot. 

Nanaimo Printers had tlip bettpi 
Of the play In this stan/a and .sliced 
the visitors' lead to a lone goal in 
the dying stages of the fixture, when 
8. Robinson scored from a flaR 
kick. It w*» tfi^^nSFlany of the 
match and enabled Victoria to walK 
off the field with a 3-2 verdict. 

ftjrc Hood, former V 



iapanesr Tmnii 
' Stars Wm Flay 
- In CUy in July 

VANCOUVHtr-May IS <^ — 
Japan's Davis Cub team. 

diacif dlrn pmi i B' ^ ami a w* 
for this year; will Invade 

courts in the Pacific North- 
west, ivicludmf? the Canadian 
championships meet at Van- 
couver. ItSas revealed tonight 
by Harry Monk, secretary of 
the British Columbia . Lawn 
Tennis A.ssoclation 

'Die Japanese team, which 
Includes Jiroh Yama.s*ri. the 
Jaiwnese champion; Jirai To- 
shisake. Kuramtnte Ya.summe 
and Jiroh Pujlhura. will first 
be seen in action^ in the Pa- 
ri flc Northwest championships 
at Taotmia'and then will move 
to Seattle for the Waahlngtoo^ 
state title meet. * 

Their first Canadian ap- 
pearance win be in Victoria, 
where they will Contest the 
Bhiish Columbia champion- 
ships. July 27 to August 1. 



Walking Off With Trophy 




handled the whistle. 

"nie teams w«rer 

Victoria Wednesday League All- 
Stars— Stewartson. Coates. Cann. L. 

Bradlrv. FiPldhda-c Flourne, Brown. 
Collins. Speller. Barn.swt-ll Stowart. 

Nanaimo Printers TliompNtjn. W i 
Richardson, R. Robinson. B Mc- 
Arthur. T. Hutchinson. R. McKnlght. 
E. Carey. J. Oannon; S. Hindmarch. 
O Outne.ss and J. Sharp 

Tlie Vli'toria plav^r^ were the 
dinner guests ot the Nanaimo team 
folloi^nf the. match. 



mm BEATS 

SCiOLPEN 



A R Smith, c Grant, b P. Aus- 
tin O 

Hayward. c Barclay b P. Austm 3 

J. C. Smith, b Jordan . S 

Nlven. c P. Austin, b Jordan.... 5 

Torland. b P. Austin 7 

Moore, b Jone^ 11 
Nrwtoti. r P Austin, b Grant 7 
Ma' kie. b Jones 6 



Springs Upstt in First Round 
of Uplands Golf Club 
Championship-^ ^ 

Old Man Upset stalked over the 
fairways and greens of the Upland.s 
Golf Club as first round matches in I 
the club Championship were oom- 
pleted Sunday. R. L. • Bert" Chal- 
loner sprang one of the biRgest sur- 
pri.s<\s of the current KoJfinc .sea.son 
when he .stroked his v^ay aiowiui ilu- 
eighteen hole.s In 73 to comr through 
with a 1 up .victory over Bob Mor- 
rison, a strong favorite to win the 
title. However, the victory cannot 
be recorded ils a fluke when you 
conislder that Challoner wa.s only 
three wallop.s over par and ont- 
stroke better than his opponent. It 
inarlu the first time since Morrison 




I' (tnrtun rr ( irtr 
I o ( tun i>rtr Heir 
i faring Holiday 



V: 



ANCOUVER May 18 (P- - 
Vancouver Rowing Clubs 
eight -oared crew holders of 
the Pullerton Cup by virtue 
of their victory over a Uni- 
ver.slty of Washington squad 
here on Saturday. wlU take 
part in the May 24 reRatta at 
VicU>ria. if ^a* ahhourffM 
here ioday. 

They will be tlve only fcntry 
ln.iJift_isgatta from the Van- 
couver Rowing Club: 



WANDA MORGAIUND 
MRS.VARE DIEEATED 
IN OPENING ROUNDS 





Tilleholder Dtlliroiirtl hy nri«l«:<l >r\Mll, the 
Toiiniainrnt M* MialM, ami I — Vinrrir.m 
Star HitntiialtMi by (^liarlolt** (^liiltiiiu — 
' ,P«l4y Berg Siir\ ivrs Kirsi Tenl Lazily 



? : 



.SOUTHPORT, England, May '8 
Niitional champions. Io:inrr 
tliampions and Curtis Cup lu'ioiiie.s 
toppled like tenpins into- the deep 

bi.i ki IS here toda.v a.s the field in 

Untlsh women's Rolf chitnTfn 
.s.'up was i-educi'd iroiii .sixtv-lour to 
iiiirty-iwo by the lirsl round. _ 

ra sed into 

( aunt ; A wonii ii 



holes to win. t"Tmd-* — Mtos Be**- 
wa.s no p:i>M(l ai .m. lime li> win 
Irom Maijorie Han on t> ,^lu1 S 

Mrs. Cheney aJ.s" h,ui an ra^y 
lime winning from Mrs. U 'len Holm, 
a member of Britain's Ciirtis Qup 
.side Tlie American wi-nt out ;n- 
39, .SIX stroke.s less Uian lur oj>- 



Garrison Championships Set 
for Friday at Work Point 
— Barracks 



Army boxing champion.^, from ths 
speedy bantamweights to the rugged 

be rroxnrd Prlday a f temeo n -at 
Work Point Barra cks. 
Sergeant Nick 

P P (■ L I , fornirr 



Arsenal captured the prised Football Association Cup with a triumph 
oVer Sheffield United, at Wembley Stadhim, before the usual throng of 

cup-final enthusiasts. Teddy Drake scored the winnin|; counter late in 
the second h.ilf. The RttH:<ly/' l'nhby ' here is not arresting the players— 
he's helping them through the crowd after the game. Left to right are 
Captain "bud " James, ot Aisenal, carrying the cup and with him, the 
veteran Gunner star, Joe Hulme. 



th> discard bv twoiPO'wnt rofiuim) and stood lue 
harpshooting fellow , oun, . v won. n ' holea up Mrs. Ch«iey contliu^ 
almost before the gallenr.s ; her steady work aft*r «he turn and 
gathered. Were the dflendlnB . ham- ••■"^'-'l K"'"*" " ^""^ ^^'^ "''1- 



plon, Wanda . Morgan, and the 
Unlt*d 6utes "aitfen." M^s. Olcnna 

CoIlPtt Varc 

Tlierciftfr the eliminanon axe 
descended at interval.s, r<*movinK' 
Mr^ Helen Holm, former British 
ntlphoider: Robertson Durham, the 
Scottish titleholder. and Je.vsie 
Ander.sfMT. the New Zealand cham- 
pion, who Ka\e Britain the tie in 
the Cu rtis Cup.match at Glencagle& . 
May « With them went two suon? 
Amenrans Mrs Opal Hill aSid Mrs 
Frank lioidthwaite. IcaviiiK but five 



. «... V * n ha* been playing In the vlyb tour- 

Stewart's Batting Texture, w»»»on, b jones oi . ^. , . — 



, Whittle, not out. 

of Friendly Cricket Match J Kxtras 

; —Victoria Wins ^^^J^ 



1 ' 

4 



Playing in the role.^ yl^lU 
teams. DuncaA Gnunmar 
and the Victoria Ortchet Club regis- 
tered vic tories- in friendly aiatchaa 

played Saturday. 

The Up-Islanders defeated the 
Olenlyon Preparatory School, 116 to 
3S. on the tatter's grounds, while 
the virtoria eleven, playing at 

Rhawni(?an Lake, chalked up an 

to-.s4 triumph ovf-r the Shawnlfan 
Lake Bdiool side. 

GOOD BATTINO 

Remarka'ily fine battlnn by Stew- 
art i, who put on eiRhtv-three 
runs for the visitlni: iram w;is the 
featitfe of the match on the Olen- 
lyon School ground. Stawart hit 
out in fine fashion and included 
eiKht four's and one six In his 
splendid sc^re 

Finding the Victoria bowluiR 
troublesome, Shawnlgan Lake School 
crlcketitrs went down to defeat on 
their home grounda ' Moore, -with 

eleven nins. wa.s the onlv member 
of the home mde to reach double 
figures. 

Saxton-Whtte. Jones and R. M. 
Day passed the half-aoora mark for 

tha Victoria eletaa. 
TtM scores: 

Omcan Grammar 

Thome, b Wilkinson 

Rogers, c and b Lings.. 

Stewart 1.. c LinR.s. b RoUton 

Stone 11., b DarllnR 

Jones, b Lines . 

Sunderland, h Rolslon. ....... 

Tuffirv. run mit . ........ 

IVhurst. b Darling........ .. 9 

Craig, b Rolaton 5 

, punlop, b Rol.ston o 

4X>ngbourne, not out.. o 

Bxtras 10 

, Total 11« 

; ( Olenlyen Prvyaralafy tMhoal 

Wilkinson, b Thorne ... 3 

Lint;.s Ihw b llionir _ _ 9 

IJailUiK. b .St<'wart 7 

Butts, c and h riiorne 11 

■.Buckley, c and b Stewart........ 1 

Trump; b Stewart — . — .......1 -ft 

Holston, b Stewart 0 

Jones, b Tliorne ft 

Pick)**, hot out 

Anderson I., c and b Stewart — 
Plnckard, b Bttvart. 
Bxtras 



VlctOt,tarKi 

Newtftp'H^i.- 
Maiikie ...... 

Cooper 

J. C. Smith 
Shawnl'jan 
P .An.stin .. 
•Jordan ..... 
Joiie^ ..— .. 
Grant 



Analysis 

o 

19 

12 

.i 1 

7 

Lake— b. 

6 

6 

4 

4 



W 
3 
1 

W. 
4 

2 

3 
1 



naincnts that he has been forced 

Into the first flight 

PRETTY ADVANCES 

g^\ Harold Pretty, the defendlnc title- 
- rhotfler. hurdled his firat round op- 
ponent without much trouble, elim- 
inating Jack Bacon via a 7 and 6 
score Pretty played good golf and 
Is strongly favored to retain his 
crown. Jack MelTlIle had a touch 
battle Ijefpre moving into the sec- 
ond round. t>ring taken to the nine- 
teenth hole by J R Hihlxr.son 

The finalists will t)e named next 
Sunday when two rounds will bf 
run off In the rhampionship and th** 



R 
4<) 
28 
1 

15 
R 
30 

7 
13 
10 



f\rst fl^hts. On Sunday, May 31, 
t)io final i.s .set over thirty-sIx holes. 
Results follow: 

CHAMPIONSHIP 
Harold Pretty defeated Jack 
Bacon, 7 and 6. 

J. C. MelvUle defeated J. R. Hib- 
berson at the nineteenth. 

vie Painter defeated N. S. Mitch- 
ell 4 and 3. 

R I, Ch«lloner defeated R. Mor- 
n.s. >ii. 1 up 

W. H. Newcombe defeated Oeorge 
Pretty. < and 5. 

r, K V er l e y defeated- Joe Barkm. 
5 and 4. 

Dr, C N. Westwood defeated 
Oeorge 'Oavies, 4 and 3. ' 

R. PoRl defeated H. O. Bnglish. 
Jl and 5. 

I Second Flight 

Ed Mallek defeated W. C. Meams. 

up. 




C. F. Thomas defeated R. C. El- 
Uott, 5 and 4. 

C. E. B. Slingsby defeated L. 
Roach at the nineteenth. 

J. R. Ancua defeated W. Herbert, 
7 and «. 

ThM PHffhl 

Dr E L. McNlven defeated D. 
Fletcher, 3 and 2. 

H. O. Meams defeated D. A. 
Matthew at the twentieth. 

A. WooJteroft defeated Pred .Smith, 
6 and S. 

L. J. Hibberson defeated A. P. 
Oower. 4 and 2. 

Poarth Flight 
E Davis defeated P. Lewin. % 
.and 4. ■ ' . 

Bd Cuppaftp defeated R, W.' Wat- 
son at the nineteenth. 



HiARRAGANSETT ENTRIES 



Oveinight entries follows: 
Fir t Uiicr Six furiehtk 

Wiw Kuw ..i "'^ 

Rfvelldh •. . .• 11 



Merovrch . 

P" rriiinr Ill 

Ml. a in 

R-.i..|'i 

Uol(l-ii Kf 'I" 

M\yot Hoi <iiiiO 'in 

Korirt .NoL 

Ourrn ll^lrn . , 

f'.'l'fril A 

V.r'" 

.s< < '111(1 Unci f-ow .Md .jmt-titlt 
lan<i< 

Hup Cliaiiicr 

LlnlArik . , , 

Wur TiimiiH ,. '. 

Rf»l Thlnn 



Lystar, of the 
am.i!rur lik;ht- 
weiglit champion of M.uutoha and 
one-time ruler of the Western C.\t\- 
ada professional lightweight divi- 
sion, and Sergeaiiit^llajor Mitchell, 
P P.C.L.I., have charge of the pro- 
gramme. 

One of the foaluris of the card 
will be the appearance of Sonny 
Buxton. Victoria's promising heavy- 
weight glove thrower, who will box 
an exhibition bout with two oppon- 
ents. Kenneth Buxton,- a younger 
brother, will be one of 'the boys to 
doii the Rlo\rs in this event, and 
the other participant will in all 
probability be named today. 

OI'TDOOR SHOW 
With a flrsl-cla.ss ring f'oii..trurtPd 
in the centre of the Work Point 
football Held, the champioitshlp 
show will be an outdoor event. 
There will be no. admission charge, 
and the public is cordially Invited 
to at I (Mid 

Twelve title .scraps will bf pre- 
sented, and Judging bv the interest 
being displayed at the local Oarri- ^ 



^Ymtmnkm irrmt that Trmr>»r-^'t^ drtr:Mx'. 

on the twenly-Iir- 



son, Victoria fight fans will be prlvl- 
logexl to wltne.ss a great sho v 

Work Point ha.s a nuir.Drr of 
proml.slng boxer-^ who will b<' vi^k- 
ing the titles, and with the friendly' 
inter-unit rivalry that always exUt.s 
in a garrison, Friday's champion- 
ship bouti should provide plenty of 
excitem'^nt. The first bOUt Will 
commence at :i o'clock 

CHURCHILL RACING 



try for the only British links title 
that has never crossed the Atlantlo. 

rilAMPION STARTS POORLY 
, It was Miss Bridget Newell, twen- 
ty-four-year-old Justice of the ijoac? 
from Derby.shlre and^ the iouiii»'y 
medallat, who tripped up Waiidi 
Morgan, by 3 and 1. Tlie 1935 
champion started raggedly, carding 
4-7-S-4 on the first four holes. Mim 
Newrll clirked off ri-fl lS-ll and had 
a comfortable thne-hol- acU.mtage. 
which sh* stretched to four at th- 
turn. After the tenth and elevcnlii 
had been halved. Miss Morgan stagod 
a stout-hearted rallv to win the 
twelfth, thirteenth :ii d fif'efnth 

Then Mi.ss Nfni. ' i wed .st".! 
nerves to fire budici^jjinrs on th-* 
next two holea «nd lake the match 
Both birdies were faOuoned around 
spoon shots that put iter on the 
greens in two 

This result was not tli* surprise 
that was furnished by the Elimina- 
tion of Mr.s. Vara by her sl^ll•r 
Anu-irrin. Miis Charlotte- Ctluttmr. 
L'nitrd .States champion w.is 



an American veteran, wen; do^x-n 
by 3 and 2 before Molly (iiMu lav t;i«* 
former English closed champion. 
After warhtng th^ tttm one down. 

the American ■■ho! the la.s- sevenTfJ 
even fours, but .''I'.l lokSt three of 
them. 

The British opponents the, Amer- 
icans must hurdle follow: 

Mrs Civws vs Nell Porirst who 
beat the Scottish chanipum, MtaS 
Duih.-^m 2 and L . ■ 

2 and 1. 



- k 

-4 



Miss Glutting Ts Dorothy 

hole 

MI.S.S Berg v.s Klsie Cnilelt who 
Won Jroin Poggy Lloyd. 4 and 3. 

Miss. Miley^i. Stella Pranklln, 
who beat Mrs. Bmest- Bwi nacca, 
6 and 4 

BROWN BEATS 
THEJPALIST 

Eliminates Art Christopher 
in Championship Golf 
at Colwood 



CHURCHILL DOWNS, Kentucky. 
Mflv 18- Re.siilts here today follow: 

P.r-!. HK'f S V tijilon 
Billif^ Ori>liaii <J»mf%i 



U2-- YJUik'r Wn'T* 'ri|lon> 



Putithrr Vrrrk. ...... 

folrir Tiw 

t>>in«rriirk 

Oi'lt Relief 

fll'-«ivi' e 

w. r-.i. Ddrlins 

tVl.Hl. . 

n>-'iis piKv . . . . 

Third Rari< EiJt lurlontl: 

Ooldrn Waich 

n^rn Mollle 

P'i*l«»'1 

.lopii:iv Ranc .' 

I. id' P,il ■ 



BowUng Analysis 

Duncan Orammar— - . w 

Williinson ......V 1 

Lings 2 

Darling '....^a. 3^^ 

Rotston -. . 4 

r.irnivon Pw^aloty w 

,J5iiew»rt ... — - A— 6 

4 

Victoria 

Niven. 0 Wilson, .b jMaeUe....: 

Lethaby. run out 5 

Jones, b Kewton 15 

P AiLstln, h Newton....... — ... 2 

Orant. b Mackie 10 

Saxton-Whlfe. b Mackle 17 

a M. Day. stpd Torland. , b J 

C, Smith 1 1 

O R Day.'b Wawton 4 

o Austin, aei evt. — . — i — is 
Extras . . .... ............... 



Ool'lrii r)u ii"'.» 
m»li Trr»">'i 
Ootdni Rf-i.fo 
rriiirc Oiiniiv 
8quil«krr 

MtrMirk 
Kent 

Polly r>r»r .... 



lt>7 

117 
10% 
fur- 

ll> 
117 
11'. 
;ii 

ir. 
1 15 
Hi 
111 

113 

; 12 
1 1 . -I 

. 

113 
1 13 
113 

110 

>m 
in 
too 

lOi 

im 

107 
10', 
105 

113 

113 
lOS 



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haky from the .start and her op- 
ponent mad« the turn two up. Mrs 
Vnre blew .sky-high on the in- 
journey, while Ml.-w Olutttng con- 
tinued lo plav a beautiful Ion? 
Ram< that ended the struggle on 
the fifteenth, with the score 5 and 3 
An all-Bi-itlsh match that at- 
tracted much attention ended with 
Diana Pbhvkick 1930 Biiiush cham- 
pion, wmner bv one up over I.sa- 
bella RIeben. of Wales. The Welsh 
girl staged a courageous rslly to 
carrv the duel to the Ift-st Rrcn 
afif-r b*inK four down with five 
holes to go. She barcl.v missed a 
ten-foot putt on the eighteenth that 
would have squared the match 

Another' well-known homester. 
Kathle^'n Oirnham. .st.ived In the 
fight b.v downinK Pat .Slierlo: k Iw > 
up. England's i lo^cd champion 
EUle , Corl«»U. beat Miss O. Crad- 
dock-Harpolt, 3 and 3. ' 
. AMERICANS AHVANf E 
Heljjhig MI'S aiutting carry the 
United States bid Into. the second 
round will br eiRlit'-'n-vear-oIrt 
P.T tv B. TB Mrs Maureen Orcutt 
CiTw s Mrs Leona Cheney and Miis 
Marion Mil^' 

Mrs Crews had 'things her own 
wav when he- opiMMi^nt Mrs C.rair 
White .«:tnrtp'l off 3-"-i Tlie margiii 
of rict/irv ««« < -Ti'l ^ 

Although she faltered at the Htart, 
Miss Mtley rallied to win with little 
difficult v from Doris Park Mls.s 
Ml ley stood two up st the turn and 
"* ibirdled the fourteenth and sixteenth 



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EXPLANATION FOR SUNDArS RIPLEY CARTOON 
A Man af Iron— BIf Fmi, a peasant of gigantic iiae and strtogth. waa a native of the village of Rive- 
court, near 'com piegne. ftteea. Re waa Dfutenaht of tht peaaailt leader Laloue, who dctcndiil-UULiartified 
ca.stle of Longueti against an English attack In 1S5I. A party of Englishmen entered the ca^stfe through a 
breach In the walls and killed the Prench leader. It was then that the gigantic Perrr. armed with a heavy 
axe, hurled himself against the Invaders Single-handedly he annihilated the invading partv He n rredi^'^d 
with having killed (ofty English in the affray of that day, which numbac does not mdude a stlU larger number 
of wounded teas. ' ' 

. A monument has recently been erected to Perre at Long\ieil, Prance. 

A PrtaMknl ef Taaaa— Mlrabeau Buonaparte htmdr (17M-1SM> was editor of TKe Columbus Enquirer of 
Columbus^ Oa.. when he made a trip to Tpxas on a borrowed hone. Re joined H o u atena army and after du- 
tinguishlng himself on the battlefield, was made eMmander-ln-ehlcf of the Texas forces, without ever hav- 
ing been a soldier He brciime Attoin" -a^'neral of the R*piibMr sUhough he was not a iswrer Within two 

after hi* arrivn: fin„i (;-ii~i' '.r wm rr^ i t'-n of Tryi- '^^n-i]< 

gkttm adcUsas aU QuaHfia to Cartoonist WftO. lUog PMturH^ Mev Xotk cu>. N.^ 

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Patch Era 




'A 'banker is a tiObit VhS «ff err 
you an'^umbrella when the sun is 
shining and asks tor it back when 
It b*«ln« to rsm The re^«on he 

i wants It ba-^k l« br^.e u 
«om»3«e » laea uaibraMiip m the first I ym," wrenching 



An excepBBKiriWW.' <wwlftt hiiw DatralCa Rmk Oreenbarg idlercd 
0 fractured wrist in the Wsohmgton gMM^ catchal Mm as he was sent 

crashing t0~the ground by speedy Senator FlBweO. Powell had singled 

to Owen, who threw wide to Greenberg. The first ba«em*n stretched 
*** I Hit glove down lu«t hiMi \\ne lo make fhr r atch and Powell Fsn into 

!• •'■. r r'.' » rr\ ■>r'^ !rj 'uring wriSt. 

^ ' - ten ai« at^il Shewn m atr a| UU^ ' 



Elimmatten ot the louinament 
medalUt. Art Christpoher. by Cecil 

UroAii hv a B-flnrt-4 mnrnn 
tured week-<nd pUy for the Ito>al 
Colwood Oolf CTub duunplonslilp. 
Brown pltyed steady golf from the 
first {!•(■ to the fourtiviitii Kinn. 
where the inalrh « ii(l' 't_ H i. "1 - 
kenzle stayed in tlie riuiiuiik; by ilc- 
featlng H H Beck at the nine- 
teenth, t>i;'1 .M'v .'^ti-Diii moved 
Into th*' VIM III, I. .r till' rx|H use 
of D Mac ( in .;or t ar.<l 2 N 
rouiids mu.st be completed on or 
before Sunday in all fUihta. 
Raaultj follow 

CIIAMI'IUNSHIP 
C. E Brown WOO fTMl A. 9, 

Christopher, 0-4, 
H. O. MacfeenW Wn from H H. 

Beck at the nineti « nth 

A I) .SI I nth WMii iioni n .Mac- 
Oifcor. A -2 

B. P. Schwciigcrs won from D. 
Randall. 3-2. 

UrU- Hi«ht 

B. Colgate won Irom K D. 
Macey. 4-3. 

R. W MacKende won from O. T. 
Quiiu-ey, 2-1. 

R J. Oarcua won from Oaorit-.. — 
Straith, 2-1. 

B. Hunnlnga won from A. V. 
Kind. a-1. 

deoend Plight 

A c Falk won from ft. J. mth$r» . 

stone. 2-1 

D A Macl>)nald won from H. 
Husband 5-4 

Third Flight 

L. c>i.i/an snd Dr. P. M Bryant 
to- be played. 

B.. H. Schwengers won from B. 
N. Horsey, 5-3. 

Pe«rth night 

J P Land won from A. J. 
Orav 6-4 

B. Wauvr won from J. A. 
Cralc. 3-1 

Fifth Flight 
J. A Scott won from W, Cniw> 

ford 31 

W. K M.iMerK won from C. Dtn- 
ham at the twentieth. 

Siith Flight 

J Thow won from A T Rev- 
noid.v' 2-1 * 

J. M. Knox won from Dr. Coul- 
taa, I up. 

Seventh night 

R Hortfjii won from P R Ruh- 
arrlson, 6-5. 
B. Hall won from W W. Plnd- '— 

lay. 3-2. - - . 

Klchlh Flight 
A (; Htukley woii (roiii R H 
Hoskms. 3 up 
Qheo ye Hall woti Irom A. C. S tick* 



CARPET ROWLING 



Pixlun s scheduled In thr .Srmii of 
England Carpet Bowling Libfue 
thta week follow: 

E IxHfan, vs J Full-^r M. C 
Sands vs. J. Tesey; H. Smith vs. E, 
J. CorUaa. 

Wednesday B. iaeklln m P. 
Rawnslay: B. Logan vs. J. Mler. 
WInnen to, meet 

Thursday— J. Bmlth ys. W. S^^gc k- 
ley. Whmar tv mMt'^MMV of w%d« 
nesday's match In singlet final. 
Novice singles: D Palfrey vs. Br 
Impef • , O. W. I>irant vfc J. 
hunt. Winners to meet. 

mday. Tmm Pinal— J. 
tngton. O. IfearboM, W. A. Csrpen- 
t«r and B. A< taMg J. Smith. 
P Rawmtor. «. JMklBi aad a. 
Sopn, 




TUB lUILY COLQMXStV VICTOW^^ MAY 19. 1936 



Z£IANTS REGISTER EIGHTH SUCCESSIVriRIUMPH 



V 



New York Squad 
To Close Victory 



Continues on H<'rl« of Pace-Selting Cardinal^ by 
— 4-2 Drcision 0\rr l*iratr>. — St. |,oiii>. Krals 
I'liilli* '* — romp riiroiigh — (^roye 
blanks Cliicago hite Sux, 2-0 



SPORT SNAPSHOTS 



NATIONAL LEAOVI 

NEW YORK. May 18 i/r. -The 
Nfw Yorlt uiania carnpd UiPir win- 
ning streak to eight straight game* 
tad rvmalne^l within a haU-game 
of tlw p>ce»a«ttlng O a i dli i al i today, 
when they defeated the PlltRburRh 
Plratts. 4-2. behind the effpciive 
hurling of Carl Hubbell. Hubboll 
alloi^ed the Coraain twelve hits. 
White the Giants w«ra gtttlng only 
seven off John Tisiat and Oy Blan- 
ton but the New York screw-ball 
artist was effective wltli men on the 
bases. 'Hslnjc hurled sevt'ii inning.s 
for PitUburgh but wt.s lifted for a 
plnch-hltteragd Blantpn finished. 
Home runa bf Mel Ott. hU sixth 
of the year, and Sam Leslie provided 
the plants with tlieir winning 
margin. Ott got his clrruit blow in 
the third after the Giants had 
Jumped away In front with two runs 
In tha first Inning. Leslie connecte 
with his homer ia the tlfth. 

R. H. E 

rittsburjrh 2 12 2 

Nrw Vnrk 4 7 0 

Batteries: Tlslng. Biantoo and 
Paddtn: Hubbell. Baker and Man 



Boiiura and then tosacdiiut Appling. 

R. H. E 

Boiston 2 5 1 

Chicago 0 4 0 

Batt eries: Qrova and R. Ferrell; 
Kenaa^irittl iawtll. Orube. . 

POSTPONEMENTS 

Nation^ League: None, four 
scheduled. 

American League: Philadelphia at 
St. Louis, wet grounds; New York 
at Cleveltnd, rain, four scheduled. 

International League: Montreal at 
Buffalo, to be played tomorrow: To- 
ronto at Rochester, played yester- 
day; Syraetiae at Baltimore played 

yesterdav, four .srhrdnlrr! 

fit NDAVa REKIiLTK 
American LeagM . 
New Vurk R. Cl^^veland 4. 
Detroit 8. Washington 7. 
Boston I. Ohleafo 7. 
t. Louis 8 Phlla^V M) !a 5. 

National League 

New York S. Pittsburgh «. 

Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 3. 
St. Louis 10. Philadelphia 3. 
Chicago-Boston, rain. 



Carlcton Trims Beep 
' BOSTON, May 18 The Boa- 
ton Bees' moat persistent nemesis. 
JanM» CIVx) Carleton, stylish Ohl- 

dfO aldi^arnipr, enjoyed his usual 
success ttHlH V and I lie Cubs' 7-2 vic- 
tory put them Into a third-place tie 
with the PitUburgh Pirates. Carle- 
ton, who entered the N^Uonal 
League with the Cardinals In 1932 
has beaten the Bees in eighteen oi 
his twriilv-four starts agairust them 
T(Kla,vs Boston triumph was i^is 
second of the current season. The 
righthander gave the Bees eight hits 
and four of thenibjrcrf bunched In 
the first and ninth tnnlnga for the 
two tallies. R. H. E 

rtiK aKO'st—.— 7 10 1 

Boston 2 8 0 

Batteries; Carleton and Hkitnett; 

Reds Uefcat Uodfers 

BROOKLYN, liay 18 il^.-K 
three>rua aaaault, which drove 
Ocorge EaraiUiaw from Uir mound 
In the fii I iiuuin;. tailed tiie Cin- 
cinnati Reds on their way to a 9-6 
victory over the Brooklyn Dq|lgcrs 
today, only Campbell struck the big 
blow of the hmtng, bitting a homer 
with one on Led by CH-nrg*" Wat- 
klns. wim Rot two doubles and a 
sinule in four times at bat. the 
Dodgers ouUilt the Reds thirteen to 
eleven but the latter made the most 
of their blows. R n. E 

Cincinnati 9 11 2 

Brooklyn 6 13 2 

Batteries: Schott. 8 tine and 
Campbell ; Eamshaw. Leonard. Jeff • 

«eat, Butrdrr and Berreo Phelpi. 
Rallies Win GanM 

PHILADELPHIA, May 18 OP) — 
The St. Lo^ls Cardinala rallied in 
the seventh and ninth Innings today 
to score scvm runs and make It two 
straight wins over Uic Phillies. The 
Sf oi» was 11-6 Pepper Martin and 
Johnny Mlze ted* the Cards' four- 
teen>hit attack against Jorgens a^d 
Claude Pa.s.seau. Johnnv Moore 
made four hits for the PhiLs agaliul 
Hallahan. Rvba and Paul Dean. 
Pinky Whitney hit two home .runs. 
driving in five of tne Phiuies' six 
tallies. Hallahan. who started for 
St Louis, was knocked out of the 
box In the third and Ryba. who re- 
lieved him. received credit for the 
victory. R H f 

St. LouU 11 14 1 

Philadelphia ..: 8 11 1 

Batteries Hallahan. Ryba. P 
Dean and Ogrodowski; Jcrgcns, E. 
Moore. Passeau and Wilson, Grace. 

AMKRICAV LEAGIE 

DETROII'. Mav 18 (l' 'Hie De- 
Iroit TlRers took their .second 
straight game from Washington to- 
4lay. defeating the Senators, 7-1. be- 
hind the flve-hlt pitching of "Gen- 
rral " Alvin Crowder. The victory 
was the \eterau right-handrr'.s first 
of ttw season, an injury having kept 
him out of •etkm fbr nearly a 
month; R. H. E. 

Waahlngton 1 S 2 

Detroit ..- T 11 n 

Batteries: A|>pleton. Weaver and 
Milllex: Crowder and Cochrane. 
Grnve Reglsten Kbatoat 

CHlCACicv Mav 18 — ' l^ftv " 
Grove won a biilei piii hi i .s duel 
over Vernon Kennedy today for his 
•fourth shout of the season uid his 
seventh victory as the Boston Red 
Sox outpointed the ChtngO White 
Sox. 2-0 The lanky Boaton soiith- 
paw held the White .Sox to four hlU. 
while hts mates Rot only five oft 
Kennedy. The Whlt« Sox did nnt 
threaten until the fourth, when with 
one out Mule Haa. and I">i\i«' 



Syracuse 5-13. Baltimore 6-7. 
Montreal 1-10. Buffalo lO-l. ^ 
Albany 6-6, Newark 9-5. - 
Toronto 4-8. Rodiester 8-7. 

Missions 8-6, Seattle g^l 
Portland 4-1, San Diego 3-3. 
Oakland 6-3. San Pranclsco 5-3. 

T,os Anifeles 6-10. Sacramento 10-3 




KAOAIN 



Scores Fourth Win of Sea- 
son in English Cricket 
Over Surrey 

I LO.NfDON. .May 18 f A .sixteen- 
|run margin gave Derbyshire victory 
over Surrey and its fourth win of 
the sesAon today in the race for the 
county cricket championship. The 
winnlnK lean) flnlshed last srmoii as 
runner-up to Yorkshire. 

Derby.shlre cwnpUed 175 and 136. 
Surrey, after an opening innings of 
318. collapsed and were put out at 
the .s4«rond attempt f"r 77 runs. Cop- 
.son capturing .seven wirkets for 19 
nin.s. In tl^e first inninw he ob- 
tained five for 33. Barling, Surrey 
batsman, was top eeorer of the game 
with 85. 

OlOBlnir scores in oiiier matches 
started .S:>tiil(U\y weir V 

Sussex 297 and 13 for no wickets: 
Le icestershire 48 3 for aeven, dodared 
(Dempster 184 not out, Bhlpman 

103); at Hove. — 

Lanca.shlre 402 for .seven declared, 
and 228 for five <Paynter 94); Som- 
erset 257 (Glmblett 83, Burroughs 
78 » : at Manchester. 

Gk>uce«tersliire 183 and 280 for 
elRhl (Barnctt 109': Noitmgliam- 
.shlre 423 lAhrdstafT 143, Harris 135); 
ut Nottingham. 

Kent 218 and 131 for no wickets 
^Ashdown 84 not out*: Warwickshire 
316 (Kiiner 101 1 : ai nirmingham. 

Worer.ster.^hlre 148 and 92 (Verity 
eiK'ht for 40'. York.shlre 123 <Jack- 
.son four for 18, Martin four for 34) 
and 63 for two wtekets; at Stour- 

brUlt?e. 

. Hampshire 270 and 23)2 for eight 

wicket«; Esges I'H (Nkhoto 11); at 

Southampton. 

Northamptonshire 3(8 (Bakewell 
69 >: Glamorgan 114 for four wick- 
ets i; at Cardiff. 

MCC 182. India 188 ai»tf 111 for 
Ave wickeU;: st Lord's. 



Reach Hockey Final 

Blanking the Black Hawks, 2-0. 
Raturdav e\eninK In thf- third and 
tleciding game of the semi-finals. 
Oak Bay Llona advanced to the final 
ptey-downs of the Royal Juvenile 
Athletic Assoc! stion Roller Hotkey 

Leaeue 

The I liamp»oii.ship serle.s will open 
this evrniug at 6 oclock with 
the Lions battling the Aces at Clover 
BtrMt. ' 



OPKN TENNIS COURTS 
Tile oflBcial opening of the Met- 
chosin Tennis Club took place Sat- 
urday afternoon. Th ere waa a good 
turnout of iii«llll|i|| 11111 (NoaperU 
point to another .succeuful term of 

l>l.\\ Tea w.i.s set\ed bjT tht ft- 



KOTCH WHISKY 



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lii MEOMT 



Records Card of 79 to Win 
Qualifying Round Test 
at Gorge Course 



Jimmy Todd Retains - 
Oak Bay G olf Crown 

Left-llaii<l('(l Slar Orfrals Jack Ba;:lt>> in S« lu ilul«'(l 
Thirly Six-HoIr Final, and — \\hU\ Trails 
Early iu iMatch, but Latef on Kallieti 



Posting card of 
4 h e V P rese n t 

topped the field In the 



Quakers Win— Pennsylvania Beata Yale and Columbia in Blackwcll 
■ Cup Race on dM HoMotonie BfaMrdPt.DwIjr.Xonn. 



m 




Safo— Catcher Babo 
ABen, o f t he P i 




Ethan 




18. Areddy 
M t i l e h o l def . 

medal tesl 

for tl>c Oorge Vale Oolf Club cluin;- 
plonahlpb Sunday, by n tone atroke. 

A trio of others, Walter Newcombe, 
H. H. Allen aiul Dave Hurdle, fin- 
ished in a tie for the runner-up 
position with 80*8. J. O. "Bunny" 
Thompson Was medalist in "B' 
clas.s with an 87. 

Draw f9r ttie first rounds, which 
Will be irtayed Sundey. May 31. was 

also announced Tlicse inatche.% 
may be plaved before this dale If 
the players .so arrange The cham- 
pionship will start from tlie first 
tee-off. and the second flight w ill 

t^ et » <y t y from the t'-nth tee 
~ MEDAL SCORES 
QuaHfytng scores and the draw 

follow : 

F Painler . . 
\v .Mrw(~onibe 
H. Allen 

D. R Hurdle 

R D Cox 

J. P Phillip* 

Clyde Banfield ........... ....s 

J. G.' Thomson ................ 

4|C. J. Sumner 

W. ManhaU , 

J . Sa t igst er ...^.^v^ 88 

Frank McQueen 89 

E D Freema n ..... 



Fight for Position— Horses Battle for the Lead (and the Rail) as They 
Dath Down the Straightaway at Jamaica Race Track. 



Refflember Whea 

'''(ViMlr-rho f eui Agial 



A young Winnipeg athlete in the 
poraon of Billy ROeper has arrived 

in the city and will reside here per- 
manently. Mr. Hooper was a popu- 
lar lacrosse, baseball and Ice hockey 
player In the Prabrli BftropoUs, and 
before leaving for the Coaat waa 
given a hearty "»end-off." according 
to new.spaper exchanges, at whi( li a 
host of friends expressed their re- 
gret at his departure. It is under- 
stood that the newcomer has de- 
clared that h|e does not Intend going 
In for Canada's national game 
tlii.s .Summer This |.s unfortunate, 
becau.se u ju.st In this line that 
he might be of help to Uie city, as 
one or two fast players are needed 
to strengtlien the team which wl'l 
represent Victoria thi.s Summer In 
the struRirte against Vancouver and 
New JUeatminater for the provincial 
championship. 

• • • 

The relea.se of Clemenson and 
Manes was reported bv officials of 
the Victoria baseball club yesterday. 

It is understodd Uat Manager 
Watlelet and Playing Manager 
Householder are in negotiation for 
\ shorts' op and a catcher They 
have bc<-n Informed to fill these 
placea with capable man at any 



that Victoria has the strongest out- 
field in the league, and an infield 
that can easUy be made as fast 
and the baat. The hitting averagea 
speak for themselvea. 



rea.wnable exiienae. 
The fans are a unit in the opinion 



CiiMMm TO 
JOVERN 801>bi:R 



VANCOUVXR. May 18 <R. — A 
three-man eonuniaaion haa been ap- 
pointed to . govern Junior and 
nivenlle soccer In British Columbia, 
Fay Eiiiof < hiiirman Of the body. 
announced today. 

The other two n^pibera of the 

commis.sion. elected by representa- 
tives of Vanewiver Island and the 
Lower Mainland ar*- Kd Bayley and 
Rudyard Kipling. They named Cyril 
Walmsleyi;as secretary-treasurer and 
Vernon Whltworth M aaalatant aac- 
retaty. 

Amendments to the constitution 
have been adop ted tu am algamate 
the diib and players and the Do- 
minion Pootball Association rec- 
ognized .lunlor age limit which 
stales players must be under 
twenty-one at September 1 of the 
current playing aeaaon. 

"It Is our intention to create more 
.self-initlati\e Into oraaiaizaiion of 
clubs and to relieve managers and 
delegates of the responsibility of 
league management, red tape and 
technlCBllHes of the constitution," 
Elliott said. 




Bafley in ' 
final for the 
champlohship 



RAILTNO Uii ee 

down at the end of 
the flr.st^ nine. Jimmy 
Todd, ace left-hander, 
rallied to square the 

luaich at - tha~half-4-flr«t 
way mark and tlien ' 
went t« work In th* 
afieinoon and regis- 
tered a 5 and 4 vic- 
tory over Jack 
the tlilrty-slx-hole 
Victoria Golf Club 
Sunday, at the Oak 
Bay links. Todds triumph gives 
{lim the Utle for the third straight 
year. Ernie . Todd ' refereed the 
mornltig round and A. V. Macan 

Bagi^y reached the turn lit the 
Torenooh three holes to tlie good 
shooting .A- 35 to Todd's 38. The 
first three holes were halved and 
t tn. Brgley shot two straight pars 
to wlnithe fourth and fifth. The 
next nii9 were even-Step)u>n. and 
Bagley then Increased his lend bv 
taking the ihon cigluh with a. 
tin I T Fours halved the ninth and 
the pair headed down the back 
«tretclL.wlth *tagl«y holding a com- 
fortable lead 

Todd went to the tenth deter- 
mined to slice his opponent's lead. 



W Davenport ...... 

J. H. B. Gann 80 

Hap Oandy - 81 

Tlie above qualified. 

C F B.uifield 81 

n W .Spi n, c .................. 93 

A. T. Hunkln 82 

w. T. Meonra' .: «4 

T. Cowde-: 65 

R. Peden 86 

J. Mathews .......... ..... 88 

V. M. Gallon v.. . 87 

B. T HUl . 97 

D. O. Sutherland 98 

O. A. Trlckett 99 

J W Mercer 99 

J. Walton 99 

a O: Smith 99 

C. Br-iurgees 100 

J. V. Halller 100 

E E Mitchell lon 

Others who took part follow; W 
B. Christopher. R. T. Bnndle, M. H 
Barry. J. Baird. O. H. Bcvan, P 
OuyTTtTJ. Maynard. J. D. McNeill. 
Capt. R. H. Fort, H J Mainwarlng 
A Walton.^. M. Wedderbum. Cjip*. 
Roberts. J. W: RUlunond and R. R. 
p. Saweli. 

m DRAW 

rhanptoBshlp 

8.30— Fred Painter vs. C. J 

Sumner. 

8 35 — E D Freeman v.s D R Co\ 
§ 4&_Clyde Banfield vs .1 H B 
Gann. 

8:4»-V- Sangster va H.,H. AUen. 
8:50— D. R. -Hurdle vs! F. Me» 

Queen 

8 55- Hap Ctsndy vs J o Tliom- 
.son 

9:00— J. P. PhilUps vs. W. Daven- 
port. 

9 05 - W. ManhaU - va. W. New- 
combe. 

issand nght 

8 30— C F. Banfield vs D W 

Morry. 

8 35 T Cowden vs A T Hunkln 
8:40- W. T. McCrum vs. J 
Mathews. 
8 45-W. H. Llddiard vs. D. W 

S pence. 

Third FMght ' 
8:50— R. Peden vs. O. A. Trlckett 
8:5)I-J. Walton va. B. T. KUl. 

8:o»-D. o. sutiNirland va. o, o 

S^ith. 



79 
80 
80 

80 
81 

ai 

87 
88 

88 j He wfl n the flrst-iiole^ coming to- 
wards the clubhouse, halved the 

next two and then took the thlr- 
90 teenth to p ut him only one down 
Bagley won back the fourteenth 
but dropped the next to Todd's 
four. A five gave Bagley the slx- 
teentli to put lilm two up a«ain 



tfar elghtaanthoo go to lunch aU 
s^i'iare. 

TOIfD IN LEAD 

Ttie southpaw «tar Jumped into 
a three-hole kad by trinnlng the 
-in the afternoon. 
He halved the twenty-second and 
went four up by takmg the next 
with a par loui Fours halved the 
Oiatziwo. and t^Ji bagley bagged 
a deuce at the twenty •sixth to 
leave Todd fitlU thi-ee up 

vAf^r raiviftg.- tlie iJ^t«y-fl8l)th 
Todd look, the next With * -pam 
halved the thirtieth, and then be- 
came dormie five by'''' winning the 
next hole with a par three He 
cloeod out the tnatcil by hainiig 
the thirty -.second 

' THE CARDS 
Cards follow: 

Morning Ranai 

Bagley : 

4 
4 



KENT'S 



Used Electrfc 

Rfifii^erators 

GENERAL ELECTRIC 

KFl VINATOR 



641 



KENT'S 

Yiitt Sittct Phon« E60I1 




Men's SleeveiNt 

Piillmfirt 



All pura wool. White, gold, 

blue, etc., fi.as, $i*7S 

to ^'J.f>f>, 



Priee ft Snitl, Ui 



90 




first flight final will be 
thi.s week with Art Bes.«lev 
meeting H F Hepbui-n Bill Barrett 



i 



took second flight honors by defeat- 
ing R Peachey at the twenty-first 
hole after a hard aatoh aU tha 

but Todd birdied tlie next and won i way. 



9 05— J. 
Gallon. 

9.10— C. 
Brlndle. 

9 \'j C. 

9:20-W. 
Bevan. 

8:23— M 



W. Mercer vs. V. M. 



•••e«»««**«* 



Fearth FUght 

A. . Burgess vs. 

Band vs E E 

B. Christopher 



R. -r. 

Mi;( hcM 
\ .s O H 



II n .M V ^ 

Kifth Flight 
Ouy vs. H. 



T. Hauler 



D. Main- 



M Wedderbum vs J. D 



8:30-P. 

waring 

9 :).') J 
McNeill 

9:40— Capt. R. H. Fort vs Capt 
H. L. Roberts. 
9:4ft— A. Walton' vs A. J. Maynard 

SUth FUght 

8 J0^: .w. Richmond va. R. 
BaweU. 



am* aud 

air Oavain* 
'A> Rl Bslikrine 
' .s ' Lame Durk 
Mxii Pvirlna 
aeretr Queen 

<Ai aiufridi* r»rM Miry. 

isrvrntli Race— Mil* sad jWVMly ytrdi 
."^ Tron 
Tr-rhiioomcy 
T«r« Btoomi 

MiM nip . . 

Jurtf* o 

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Captain Rrd 

I .Tiius Hymn 

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Defeats Twite's Eleven in 
Friendly Fixture Sunday 
• on Home Grounds 



R. r 



SCOTT S SCRAPBOOK 



By R. J. Scoit 



monk Ric tNG 

AURORA. CHIC AGO. May 
Results here today follow: 



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CAM CLIMB 

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QUICKER, 
K MONKEY 
CAhi A.<;CEKD 



A>i HXuiKM ROWIMC CREW V/HlCt^ -^OOK. 
PAR-r \U. <Ht 1^ACE5 ^< OXFORD, EWCiLA^ WD, IM 
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^ IM AJbovrr 2.1 DA.V$ 




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SMOOfS MIS PREY, 

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FftOM HIS 



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KimoOd iMMttt 

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lone* 

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Bronc Rid»r Mofn > * •« 

UUrtr oak 'Palk • ' 

Time, 1:10 «-S 

Third Race— ^v* and one-h«lf fiiriont« 

MlM Riti! 'Psrket 110 SO M «fl n SO 

I\» Mix«»tl 'MflMbt> »M itO 

Blin»r >Hlin*uer4 , ••• ••9. 

Time. 1 10 . . 

Fourth R»tr Mil# •nrt »*v»n(» »»rd« 
R»X Rfi»rit iWllMMli . ll»M ♦ • I 7 00 

Dorothy w (Hsn«Mr» . r. . gMa 10.00 
Cantcron fA»r»eht» »• M 

ynfth R»ce- Sii fnrlont' 
C«pt«ln Joy iTurnff I1J0OI4MIJ40 
Kl»v» 'H«n«u'ri ... tOS J.IO 

Julia Orini 'OM»l>v . . . ■ 100 

Tin*. 1 IK 

aiath nil Una and tummnkr' '*' 

Paul T. iSimpaoni .IITewOO " •« 

Braaa Button* 'ChMnackli ... 140 3 40 

8pleat(> "Kurenlf ■ J M 

Tline. 1 51 

8*v»nlh R»r^- Mil* and \'v»ni» 'ird* 
Two Brooni< in oiiiarliit 111 On »€ <(i 11 7r 

Capt Danter •Tlldem 4 00 2 »" 

Ptlnre Ballot (DUf) 3 4ir 

Tlm^. I 47 

alshth' Ract— One mil* 
ralawe^ (Batnetn IT 00 14 00 13 JO 



Sorcfry 

Cliliih Rara— and on*-alxtranllr 

Parafour 101 

l.ndian Hrd Ill 

Uamr Annir 100 

Dorot,l)y DalP IM 

Baku Iff! 

Mica Rock ..•••••*,*••«••••*•••••• 110 

ijandy Dancer IM 

r<klnin Ill 

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Modrrn Act Ill 

Montmary 100 

Brraeant Hill .107 

,7^'ideh«r • 111 

8«m AInandrr HI 

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Members of iho BC Elr<irlc Ten- 
nis ciiii> fiiierfainert visitinK j>IfivrTS 
from the Armadale . Club, Sunday 
afternoon. In the firat fMtodly net 
nxturr of the aeadon. and rtflatered 
a 10-8 victory. 

Close conipetiuon featured" the 
majority of matchoa and aonae good 
tennia iri|a wltneand. 

Scores, with the boaie pUyera flrat 
named, follow: 

WOME.V il DOUBLIt 
Miaaea M. Dodowoith and J Teas- 

dale won from Mlaaeo B. Hicks and 

A. Mitch*-!!. 6-4 
Miaaes M. WiUon and D. HlU won 

from Mlasea PatttaoB and R Ftank. 

8-4. 

Miaaes M. WUson and D. HlU won 
from Misses 8. RMa and A. Mitch- 
ell. «-o 

MiviT., M ])xi 'An;:i. and J Trs.'f- 
daic lost to Mib^es E Prank and N 
Patdgraoo, 4-8. 

R D Travi.s aiul F Boughcy won 
fr .m I) Bird 8n<i R Knight. 8-4. 

R. J. Beauie and A. LeMarquand 
lost to D. Humphrlea and P. Oli- 

I H J BcHttir aiifi A. LeKfarfluaiul 
won fMnii D Bird nnd R. Knif ht, 7-2 ; 

F. BQUghey Atta R. D. Travia won; 
from D. Hum0hr1eii and P. Oli-i 
ver. 8*1 «— i 

MIXED UOtBLEB 
MlAs M. 'WIIaon and Ar LeMar- 
quand won from Mlaa A. Mitchell 

and D Bird. 6-0. 

MiA.^ D HUl and n 
to M;v N Paterion 

.ii< 4-6 

MUh M. Oodai 
won from Mtaa 

ver. *-l 

M\be> J TeaMlale and R. D TravU 
won from Mlaa £ Prank and R> 
Knight. 8-4. 

Miaa'O. HUl and R. RaaUle won 
from Miaa A. Mltehall and D. Bird, 
8-8. 

Miaa M OedaworUi and P Bou«hey 
loat to Mlaa B. Prank and R. Knight, 
5-7. 

MiaijJ. Tfe||idAJe_ai)d R D. Travia 
MM to Miss B Hicks and P OU- 
ver. 7-8. 

Miaa M WUaon and_A. LleMar- 
quand loal to MIm If , 



PlavmB on fliPir linnie grounds. 
C0«(lchan rru ketrr.s dnfeated Twite's 
eteven. 77 lo TiO -Sunday afternoon, 
in a friendly match. 

Collinaon. of the winning aide, and 
Orar.t of ilir lof^r.' ndi <r<»rtd 
eidhtrrn I'.in.'^ to Ir.nd tlir haKmrn 

Pslin sr.il Oil. II,! t)(i'\io(| wrii lor 
the lo.sin(j si6r. taking three wicketa 
apiece, for aeven and twelve runs, 
respectively 

Walton. Mowbray and CollUison 
all di.^plavrd rixmI form with the ball 
for Cowiclian 

Thaaeorer 

C'owlrhan 

Green. Ibw b n Ellis f, 

Walton, h nA\\c\ i s 

Mowbray b (irsnt f, 

LcKKatt. b P.tlin 7 

Collinaon. c and b Palm 18 

Staple.t. c Ellis." b Pelln n 

Corblahley. Ibw b Grant is 

Hyslop. b M Kills lo 

James, b Trot man ..^ ^ n 

Charter b (Jrant 0 

I)a\kin not out 0 

Extras •«m»M*MM«'. 11 



1»tal ^, TT 

Twile'a 

I.othaby. b' Mowbray $ 

Bayley. b Collln«.on i 

D Elll."! b Mowbray ..^ 
Pslin b nVTTmiAR'".:. 
Grant not. out . ............... ]g 

M Klll.t b Walton ....'.11 13 

Tallow, b Walton .—.,......1.1 o 



Trotman, run out 
Tlrkle. p I^eggatt, b Mowbray 
Jones b Walton - 
Twitr r chartar, b Mowbray 
Kxlraa 

ToUl 

.BmtUiic Aaalyals 

Cowlchan— o 

D Kills 8 

Bayley ^ 

Grant : 5 

Palln 3 

M mi% 1 

Trofman ................ 1 

Twites — • * o. 

Mowbray ... . g 

Colllnson ................ 8 

Walton * 4 



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Thr mixed trt^ Cllampionshlp. 
symbouaad-br tha Bmplre Dajr Oup, 
wui bo plajred for on the greena of 
0a Bomatde Lawn Bowiini c: 
Monday. May 25. TTiis roinpelliion. 
ahlclj is, open to all men and 
woipea bowlers in Vlatorla, will be 
0la)«d on the pennant aystem. with 
(«ro games being staged In the 
noming and one after lunch, fol- 
lowed by a knockout oerlta bctweien 
the winning t«aina of the varloaa 
sertloni. The draw for tUl''««mt 
will be made nast Thursday are* 
ning and the entrlaa are to ba 
lumH In to .Stan Hawkins, serre- 
lary of th^ riub by 6 or lock. Many 
entries hn-.o already b^en turned Hk" 
and aa the Bumetde fnma ai« 
limited io a number of t«ionty*t«» 
a record entry la 



W. ^ J, WILSON 



'tit novgtuwiRt tfwtr 




f 14 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTQRIA, B.G^, TLESDAV. MAY 19, 1936 




FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Bonds Gain and 
- Stocks 



Drop at 
New YorkJVlart 




l^ y \9 J^- — -Th? [ CommtffUl ■ol>» n t 
tn« OufT* 



iand«d th« Oufffy Coid 

Act by the Supreme Court today j con t c«n. ' 

gfllv«ni7.P(1 tli« M(kV. inarkpl Into a com on ., 

•hon-lived buying upree, In which f^tiS wJtSht" a"* 
price* jumptd aheftd 1 to 4 points 
or M for « tlm*. 



Am Wall street bevan to receive 
th« (y>mplirat<»rl dr rails of the rourt s 
proiioiinr^mrnf , f.ow-,<r a ttio'yi of 
caution (jot the upper hand, buying 
dwfndlcd, and earlier gaina wife, in 
niimtroua Inataneai, converted Into 
losaeaa. 

The A'ivyjtottia Prcaa avrra^e of 
*lxlv *i<xk^ ended .5 of a pomt do-* n 
at 80 3. wl'li Mie thirty liirliLstrlals 
In the conipilaUoi^ launit 6 of a 
point, while \ nfieen-iiio< k. iists of 
raila and utUltica dipped .3 and .2. 
raapiectlrely. For the .market ai a 
whole. dacUnaa outnumbered ad- 
. vancea Jtn to 259, while IM l&sura 
were unchaiiRed. 

De5p!t<« the rrowdpd fradlnsr mln- 
Wr% whitii followed '.)\e fiufT<y pro- 
noiinrement. turnow tor the day 
wafl .inder thf mUUofi<4hare mari^ 
at 803,400 ftharee. 

InerBMWha etivny and nn nngt i g m 
United Statfa Oovernment oblik'a- 
tloiia provided' the oiifstniidmg fca- 
— ture In the bond market. 

Sale. 5 of RoveriiinPiit la.sues 
amounted to $650,000 and cloRlng 
.prices ranted (rom an advaijce of 
3-S1 for ITome' Qwners~IiiDah 3'a of 
.1BS2 to t-n for Treajunr a s-4'f of 

lf4S. ■■ 

Oain.«; of .sniai; fraflions fo arouiid 
a pomt were reeLMrii'rl by Baltimore 
<fc Ohio coiivmab;e 4 ' •> i tt Ti l l, 
and Nickel Plate 6's at 81 



nouflii Aircrifi 

Duponi 

iCximan Kodak 
■«e. Auto IiJt* . . . 
Bite. ^«rr ft Li'r 
Ptlrbsnki Mors* 
Fjtffinr: Trxai 
Qeurral Toodt . .'. , 
a«n»r«i Rlcrlrlc , . , 
Ovncral Uotor^ . . 
Qoodytiir . . . . i .■s ., 
i amt NMthcrn 

' "•cm"'' 

lion f »<*md . . . 

Huij .01' Molorr . . . 
i Hiinmobilc Motori 

rnti Niek-I ...... . 

-mt TH . 

Ill r.-.-.ttii 

JohiK'ManvlII* 
, Kennfeott Coppir . 

Kre«t« 

Iji mbrrt Co. . . . 
I... A- M. Tobacco 

lAirw't .... . . . . 

Marie Truck 7. ' 

.Mttlicton Alkali . . . 

Mtxiean Sotboitd 

Monttemtrr WaKd . . . . 

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Nlfl BJSfUU 
NitI l)A.tv 

N»'' DlMllItrJfs 

N»il Ponpr .V 1,11- 
Vew York Crntml , 
North Amcr. Co 
North Am»r Avt.t:ion 
Northern P«etftevrr. . 
Oluo Oil ... , 

Oveu Jll. .OlM* 

Paeine Oai St Elec. ... 

^•ckard 

P«hn Riilrty 

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FQREIC N^ EXC HANGE 

Mfw YCMUC Max a uri: - 
tistt -«ietiaMc«- iffccalai^. Qaata- 
tlon* in CMta. 

Pranci^DraiMe I.M1-t*. cabltl 
I 3* 7-14 

lUiy=I>fBiand T.lli MMN T4r-~^ 
mmana: « 

Bridum 141I'i 

(irrmany Pr" 40 3^ r«(. Ua«4l 

33 \0 r^T rommercial 32 li. 
Holland— 47 37. 
Norway 33 00 
Swrdrn 3S (A 
Driiniirk 22 ?3 
nnland 2 20 j _ ' 

awiticrland 33 3S. 
Sp*fn— IM' • — 

Portiical 4 )1. 
QrrKt 94 , 
Poland .148.V ' " ' 

Cxf ci loalevakM— tm^s. 
Jutoalavia— 3 se. ■ 

Aii«i ria IS 7i ' _^ 

IIuna«rv 39 
niini.inia 74 
Ar«fii:.npi 33 IV 
B.'.itjl . S,8;._ 
TokKv 3> 14. 
Rhanthai 3( 
H i;:i;koP » .12 T S 

Monlrcal In N«w York 9471% 
N*w Tork— la MontrnI— IM 

«1IRIIN(. EXCHANOI 
Nrw VORK. May IS iA»). — 

.ttaotationa in dollara. Demand 4. tT*t; 
cable* 4 97\ «lxtr-da» bill* 4I)«». , 



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ruahji.hrrt \fJU> 
INVeSTIMFM s»(IRlTICt 

iiiVANroi vr« iL 

TOBONTO 
VICTOBU 



wivNirro 

LONDON. rsr.i.AM> 

TatM#«BM I 411^ !.I 



Most Golds Stronger at Van 
couver — B.C. Nickel 
Gains Two Cents 



'C U. Olivtr li Co . 



V^VCOUVER M.iy HJO^., 
<eneeftl — trend was abroMfS^* on • 



MONTREAL May 18 -Rpcont 
IradeiS-took a bark i>cat on Montreal ^ p nram 
Stock Exchange today as selected U- , Ai>iubi powti ii Paper 
jr.^^'sMt^ were given a whirl for frac-i|* piwer • 
UonaJ- gain*. - - U.c: Power -a- 

quiet aesaion of the Vancouver mock I Z'f^^ ""f \ ' ' " ' " 

- - . and adv.incca 3-4 lo 47 1-4 aft/Cr Bell Tci^pimnf 

E.rhanje today. 8alea toUled 336.- showln? an early loss, while Noranda I g^^;"""'^" 

nnjahed 1-4 lower.- Smelters and's"!!" i^DwiiUcr* . 

Hollinger tlum'i unchanged. Rrurk suk Mitia 

_ . Burt & Co 

Con.st ructions were m belter de- ca:i.nia BuJ .'. 



038 .share,s. • 

^ Brglorpe Gold. wa.s up 10 at 7.33, 
Vidette 6 at 116 and Ymir Yankee 

Girl S-^t 64. Reno R.ilned 4 at 1.27. 

While Island Mounuin at 1.53 andjtn rnlon Bridge and Cmada Cinient ^cln'" r™l"\-,j,in( 

- " ~ ■ « , ■ Cnnarta .M,ii...i; 

ifit-takini: in Di.stliler.s - dea- Canada vi'-ctr 
'.<:aiii.s v,.i.-> liea\y and the pricej panada Wirr A Cnj'f 

dropped nearly two points to 24 



mand and i.s.sues unclianued to 1-4 Canada Bread .. 
lugher included Steel of Cdiuida. Da-|^JJJ|3; c?mrm* 

Canadian Raind at^7 each Armed fP'.p,., 



FV>relgn bonda continued to ivork 
higher. 



'H A Kitmber, Ltd) 

'All Fr*rt:0!i, in rithllm 



A.- nrdiKtlon 
Allied Chemlcala. . . 
Allli Chalmem . . 
Am»r Clin 
^lTl•r OUii' ■ 
Am»r r^r P.wrr 
Amrr. Radiator 
Am»r Rnllina Mills 
Ain»r Smelter 
Aiiier T^l Af Tel, ' 
Ani^r Tobano 
Ani»r W«lr'" ork' 
Anaronda Coip'r 
AtehlaMi RaiKiv 
Atlantic Rer.niui 

Auburn 

a jk O. Railway 
a#Hwin loronifli.\p 

B- 'Vi.em 81-fl 
RoHuV. ...... 

Bors \V«iV(ifr 
Br'- 1? » 

r p R 

Cl4* (J I » 

r-frnllli- Tri> 

r'- r • o 'V Pii .r n 
' ') Rmliav 

f'lir- 

Columbia Oat < 




><i«h 




Clote 


«1 3 


(to 7 


HI J 


191 


190 h 


mo > 


4S-4 


43 


43 4 


139-5 


139 4 


129 4 


U 


33 4 


32 4 


7-4 




7-4 


'!»-• 


11 7 


20 1 


27 3 


27 


27 1 


77 4 


79 3 


77 


141 « 


ISO 4 


HIO'4 


93 3 


91 


Dl 


22 2 


21 4 


:\ 4 


14 2 


11 4 


n 4 


74 2 


73 3 


7 • 1 


29 




29 


30 4 




30^4 


19 


1* 


19 


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y 1 


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■n 


tn 


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.sn 3 


10 3 


19 S 


IS 1 


l»-l 


27 « 


37-1 


?7-» 


7? 4 


71 4 


7I.-4 


48 4 


47 4 


4S-4 


ir S 


11 3 


13-3 


IM 


113 


113 


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74-4 

••4 1 


71 

> 'i 


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4 


as 4 


94 


14 


19-4 


19 7 


U 7 



Reynold s Tobacco 
faareway SiorM . . . 

flchenler 

I flrar^ Roebuck . . . , 
•''lirll friion . . 
Socony Variium ... 
Routhern Pacifir 
Sperry Corpn 
Standard Brand* .. 



.standard Oil. Oal. 

standard Oil. N J. . 

Stewart w«rner . . . 

I St Paul RIy 

' studebaker ., 

TetlM Corp^ 

I T^x»^ Oulf 

I Timken 

1 Tran«-American . 

irnderwqod rniot 

t/'nlOM Cnrbldr 

I'liion t^il. Cal. 

*'nion P:ir;f:c .i... 

'■•"ted Alrlui.' 

I I. luted Coryn . . . , 
I United PtuII 
t Itnlted Oa« ft Imo 
I tt H Ca<i Iron Pine 

l' « hidn* Alcohol . 

If K Realty 
I IT H Rubber . 
[, I' R Rubber pta . 

u 8 Smelttitv 

" a steel 

Vanidlum 

' Warner Bros 

Weatlre Air Rr ike 

Weat fi«. retfrff 

w»«tern TTnion 

WoolWOffh 
7:-intH R«d!« 



31 

44 3 
68 4 

17 7 

n 

1.' « 

IS 1 

3* 1 
61" 

19-1 
t 9 

11 7 
34-4 
96 4 
9? 4 

12 4 
94 -4 
82 7 
2»-4 

I'-- 7 
21 

4 3 « 
74 4 

11-4 
37-4 
41 9 

5 « 
II ! 
71 4 
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10 

n - 

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33-4 
41 4 

11 

34 r 

21 3 
29-4 
10-6 

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39. 
13 2 

34 

10 • 

S»-l 

4 : 4 
44 4 

ia-» 

lO-T 

21 4 

la i 

53 3 

43 4 
66 

17 1 
12 7 
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15-4 
6-8 

37^a 

60 I 
19 

1.1 
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34 

63-] 
t2-S 

83-6 

12.1 3 
33 7 
4-3 
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4.1 

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la 

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SHOW STRENGTH 

Dome RsachesAII-TimeHigK 
at Toronto — Cheaper 
Issues Are Easier 



44 4 



II 
21 4 
t»-3 
.11 9 
31 

43-7 
971 
17 7 

II 

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IS > 
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6 6 
37-6 
60 1 
19 1 
I 1 
11 7 
34 

»4 4 

63 2 
12-8 
88 4 j 
82 6 

33-4 

131 5 Acmo 
33 Alax 



TORONTO. May 18 Senior 
golds accompanied the cheaper Is- 
sues on any upward .sally today in 
the Toronto mining .share niailjet 
and the advance was marked by 
h*»vy gggr ei ntB tufiHwei. — ~Pany 
ffAtured ihe ludcjrUh a Jump^ of 
31-4 to 371 - »> a WW a Tl - t! m§ lUf B 
for the atock.^ 

Of the senior iasuej, Mcln^re and 
Lakeahore were up a point eich. 

Hollinger 1-8 and Wright - H.ir- 
srpave.s 15. while Tp<-k-HuKh4'.s and 
Pionper closed lower Pickle Crow 
dropped IS cents. Paymaster 7 and 
Sljicoe 11. 

Onlv ii; ! i: iiiju.stmenL^ (^".eloped 
In the bii'i- iiK'uiLs group. The mar- 
ket for the cheap olLs aharea vas 
practically unchanged. - 



ceot*. Coim'rc-v- at 17 1-2 and Reli 
anc,' ai H:i-4 boili aci\an(»'d 11-2 
reni.s Wavside was fractionally 
hi?luT at 13 1-4 and Nicola un- 
chan;.red at 9. Pioneer <lropped 25 
iL JJli^jGoid Salt 4 at 40. Big Mis- 
uari 3 St W and t»remler 2 at 2 40. 
uiher gold iwues dosed- unchanged 

to fractionally higher. 

B.C. Nlekel Ied~ the base metfils 
group, up ■-' cent.s at 32 Golcondj 
addPtf aT frailinn at while 
Pend Oreille and No:)'.! V^vc clewed 
Steady at 81 and 2 3-4, respectively. 

Oils were lower In weak trading 

Ranchmcn s lo.sl 4 at 48, Calirary A: 
Edmonton 2 at 1 01 and Dalhousie 
1 at 42 Cro.vs .Ne.si wa.s fraction- 
ally lower at 9. while Mar Jon at 15 
and Mercury at 12 ^vere unchanged. 



Cmada Wire ti Cnb' 
^Caiv Cirnrral KltCDric 

Among the mine.s. Ios.sea of 3 to 10 • 

. . , ,. r Caiiad nil I'ar.lir 

renUs were .shown b\' .Si.soop ."-;;il!; 
van. B R X. Gold and Pickle Crow 
while Pamour firmed 10 cents. 
Oils were mixed. 



■a 



Coinclidated .Sine;:. 
Coiinios Imp M:ll.\ 
Conaumers Oaa _ 
Olttniera-Scaii ra m * 



Dominion BridM ■ ^ 

Daminion Ijr 1 Cliftni-«1 -.T- 

Pord "A • 

General Steel Ware 
aoo(2>ear TlTc Si i;u>'jir, . . 

Hamilton Bridre ..... 

Hiram- W alker 

Imperial Oil 

Imperial Tobae-o 

IntI Petroleum 

Industrial Alcohol 'A' 



(Mara, Bat* ft Co > 



71 « 
49-1 
18 > 



WHEAT PRICE,') ' 
RECEilL M% 

Buying Light and Futures 
Sag Major Fractions at 
Winnipey Market 



Sep» . . . 


.Ml . 


f>« . 


■>« 


Oal»— 








.Ma» .... 


391. 


9*'. 


3*'« 


Ill' .... 


34 


19 


8« 


■-et.' ... 


Itti 


. 141. 


14 


Kv»„ 








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MS 
»»»« 


.■Jept. ... 




8S'« 


96 



18'. 

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iJ'. 

M'; 

94'. 
55 '« 



IISTILLERY COMPANY 
DECLARES DIVIDEND 



WINNIPEG, M.u 18 _T!hA 
whear'*mRrket <li;played sagging 
tendencies on ihc Winnipeg Grain 
exchange today. There wa.s .scarcely 
• a flutttt- in the buying department 
aa tradera looked in vain for a lead 
from outside markets. ^- 

Wheat fllttlB— m,mrm 

— ope n i ng «nd wee d t d ai much ax one 

-eent kefore overnight export* of 
.^OO.OOO bitsheLs were (xx^ied Some 
recovery wa,s m«de diiriiiK the final 
hour when Iooaoa In nil grades were 
pared to 5-8 cent a bushel 

May finished at 76 7-8. July 77 3-8 
and October at 78 3-4 centa a bushel. 

A smaller miller Inquiry put a 
damper on bnlltah enthusiasm at 

Liverpool, wlieiv piire.s cla od 1-4 to 
id down. Brooinhall e.stim.iied the 
remaining crop .surplii.s in .^a^tralla 
and Argentina at 72,741,000 bushels 
Cash wheat and co*rae grains 
w*rt quiet In routine tradlnc.^—.. 



R.itamar 

B.«>e MftjU 
near Expluration .. 

B-attie 

nt<t MHspuri ....... 

Bob'o , 

Bralorne 

B R X . 
Budaln Ankrrite .. 
C & E Corpn 
Canadian Malertir 
Cariboo 

r««'l» Tr»iliii » , V 
f >iil r ' ! Ma I' " ot)a . 
Central Patricia 
Chvmlcal R#Marcli 
(ThibmiMiiiau ..... . 

Coa4t do«p«r 

Cnn^aurum 

n'1or;<flo , 

'>] nn'T dte 

noti « i.aite ( 

, Oranadn . . 

I Oreene Rtabfll .... 

H^rdrork 

Ilollinier ..i .. 

Unxr.f Oil 

Howey ... 

Itudion Ra* ........ 

.rark«on Manlon .w. 
Kirkb'id Lake 
'.■•ke^hore 
' 'tile Ion- I.er 

^^'-Jntvre 

\I' Kenrie Rod Lake 
I MrT 'n.i Co'kahiill . . 
MrVillie nrabam .. 
it nina Co' nn 
i l n rr ii KT» l8n« — 



» 2 
79 4 

1.1 2 
3« 7 
41 
9$ 

30 

72 4 
•3 

17-7 
19 

10 

11 i 
] ' ^ 4 
so 4 

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la s 



.19*; 



31'. 
J1S 



.11'. 
51'. 

M'a 



I 



rORtXNTO. May 18 (P -Directora 
of Hiraii^. Wsrlker-aooderham & 
Worta, .Umh^, ii ^ dcdared the 
regular t,-art«U' tlnidffnd of 2.V a ! '^oi. .nj*' 
ih t r * nr> . th i rtk inmi i m - eumula- ! "vb?').'^* ' 
live, redeemable Jwefeiience ^alock. "'r*" 
also the regula.r qiiaWerly dividend 
of 50c a .shBre oi\ the com- 
ftion af/ick, boi h ixi.' .th'-Alune '*> to 
ahareholder.s of ret uid .M.-i v 2.S Fu ! 
dividend on the pioMi; lommon at 
the annual rate, of $2 a 8harKw«.s i 
paid March l6 laat.. 



wiNMpro nRAiN 

IH A M .iiih.r. l,td > 



Wheat- 


r r 




Miih 


l.oir 


Cioie 


Mar 


h77i 




77 *t 


I! ' 




.'.ily .... 


79 


•:7\ 


7VS 


■ 7 ' a 




Or 1 


79H 


a79 . 


b79 


7«', 


78*. 


Oalt— 












May .... 


b3i<; 


ll'a 


3IU 


31'. 


. '"H 


.lutT .... 


all 


11 


'31 




11 


Oct 


bN^ 


MH 




aa'4 


M% 


Ry»— 
Mar .... 


Ml 41 


41 H 


*l\ 






41H 


b41 . 


JulT .... 


*41V 


43 S 


43 S 


43'. 


43 . ! 


Oft 


a44\ 




44 'i 


43 '« 


44 . 


BaT>* 












May .... 


37 S 


b37 i« 


37 '4 


17 


37'. 


"ifUlP' ■ .... 






17 «4 


34 '4 


.17'. 1 


Oct .... 


114k 


US 


_174» 


31 


37-, 1 

1 












May 

ittly .... 


at 


• • 


144 










143'4 


T43 


lii'. 


Off. 


• • 




-I40>» 


t4e 


144 <4 



, RAILWAY REVENUES 

MONTREAL, May 18 Earn- I 
Ing.s of Canadian Pacific Rallwav.* i 
for the week ended Mev 14 Increavd 

S430.000 to $2.G93 00O r.imp.red with | 
S2.263.000 for th'' eon e^ponding week 
laat yfar. 

MONTRKAL. ?.lay 18 .-increa.se 
o^^.>30g.470 in irQ>i revenues of $3.- 
B15.JIH0r Uie week ended Mav 14. 
1936, aa compared Ai h Ji 3o«,9H5 for 
the rorre.spondlna week of last year, 
was .^iio .n ;,-Klav by Canadian' Na- 
tional Railwaya. 



Pavm.') te ■ 

•Jriid 0'»llle 

Perron riolfl .... 
P '<Ie Cro« 

"r-'-ler , , 

''-"I AM'hier ..; 

"TO 

•••n A' to- :o 
"'err.K n-irdoti 
' 'roe 

't Anlhonr , 
ta<lari>ne 

iirv B««ln . 

r'»fl" I4tl2'ie. 
Tl^^fnO^ii Certillac 

' '' n n ! r^f 
I' -Mr 
Wnshi }[--e '\ 



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Aaked 


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n 


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Si 


OS . 


'19 


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21 


38 


41 


1 31 


1 39 


92 


65 


14' , 


11 


7 21 


7 10 


I .i ' .• 


18 


8 60 


9 70 


1 03 


1 05 


I 11 


1 17 


1 19 


1 41 


1 4> 


1 47 




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3 31 


3 31 


1 00 ■ 


1 OS 


1.51 


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lift 


2 91 


1,35 


3 10 1 


99 


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9 20 


9 '1 


91 


91 


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M 



i,ooa at 



OS T. 

73. 3.I1O 

. 3.S60 at 



1,000 



Corporation Rnnds 

(■urn* .1 ' . I , 

PIBLK 



1990 



Mor , 
tor , 



16 '4; 



Caah GralB 

Whtat — I Hard. 77 \: 
J Nor.. 74>i: 1 l4or . 70 
8 Nor., SiH: « Nor. 90S. .read. '4is 
Track, 18H: Amber Durum No. 1, 70% 
No 1. 87'. No 1 91'. No 4. SlUTfT-rack 
78S: ARW Nn 2 94', No. 1. n\ 
aarnet No 1, 72'. No 2. 70'«. 

Oal» - 2 r W 11 . 1 r W 
reed. 38. I Feed. 29',. 1 
S reed. 33 Track. II , 

Barley— 3 ROW. ]»', 4 ROW. 3t\ 
I C.W.. SISi 4 C.W . 31'.. i5 CW. 33-. 
• O W.. IIS I Track. 37 '.. 

R»d— I C.W..' 41'- 3 C W . 41 ', 3 CW 
39 ReJ. No. t. 18: 4 C.W 11 Track. 41 
riM— t N.W C . 144^ 3 C.W.. 143 

t O.W.. llti 4 c w.. Ill: Traafc. ina. 



J*'-.. R» 1 
Pred. 24'.. 



C"a'»»r" Power »" 
C- r R sq-,4 
Can. Nor Poaer .1'. i»M 
Oatineau R»wer "A »~. i»4i 
Intl. H^dre 6%. i»44 
Waatrrn Wowe- ^ 



I iiiiTirs 

Bid 

R r P,i«rr 1' •: . iJon in-, fir. 

He leleplione 9 . mar, . in«, • 
n c rieclric 9 , Pfd . . \o* -\ 
B r Telephone 9 . Ptd . ins 2.. 
n'auharnnu Po«fr^1 . . 1971 29 10 
" 100 71 

109 in 

101 ,0 

99 :i 

40 ;5 
105 35 

INDI STRI 
Burn« Bundle* 1-, . |gis 
Canada Steatr«hlpa 9'. . 194! 
(^anada Ceinenl .1' 1»47 
Oeiieral Ricel Ware< 9 . 1953 100 00 
Pederal Oram 9%. 1949 . 9S 7s 
McCeli rrniiiriiar 6t . 1849 103 35 
Simpson a Ltd , 1048 ... 104 71 



Foreign BoiiQi 

<Burni ft Wainwrlthi 



91 -1 
19 SO 
10.1 71 



Aaked 

icn n 
Io« ■: 
1 o« r> I 
' io« ! 
00 I 

101 50 

ins 00 

lt» Ofl 
90 7.1 
41 31 

107 1:1 



94 -. .1 
90 CO 
107 2V 

101 no 

99 71 

104 25 
104 25 



CHK A(iO naaiN 
CH. A number. Ltd > 



A'M! raha 1 i . 19.17 . 
Bela.um f,, \lfis .. 
Boaota 8'V, 1845 . 
Denmark 5'ii. I9i5 
French 7'*%. 1841 , 



Wheat— r.C. 


Open 


Rich 


Low 


Clow 


May .... aS^b 


•IH 


•IS 


•IS 


•3 


July .... M% 


«H 


ms 


•44i 


t»% 


aept. ... 849k 


MS 


•ss 


•4S 


88 


Corn- 










May .... 92. 


81'4 


•4 


61 


64 


July .... m\ 


•04k 






•OS 



Oerman Oo* t 7' 
Italy 7%. lOSI 



1»4a 



Md 1 

— - ■ Biff 

10.1 J71 

101 71 

..... 1131 
100 71 
I86 75 



M75 
1415 

97 71 

e« 9 - . 1»S9 i; \Q 

■■ Norway 6%. 1944 . . . io« 00 

I Queonalaad e«>. taol loais 
I Roma t'i%. tost , . . . .-;r 61 871 
. Afcora artot9 m Na« Jtork 



A'ked 
101 97- 
103 31 
11 75 
101 38 
16138 
10.85 
1*75 
99 31 
19 00 
106 10 

I lots 

94 171 



LONDON. Ma/\8 'yP> -Closing 
quotatlona: \ 

Copper - Staiula: (! ~fint n6' 12s 
6d; future. £.17 Kir? iio'iiiic. spiU^. 
C441 I.Vv future. 141 .Vs \ 

Till .=!po', r2n:: fiitiii\ £1!)T 

lead- ,9po». tl.i 'Or fufurc.\l5 
12, 6d. . 

Zinc— Spot. £14 l&a; .'ulure. tl4 
17s 6d. 

AT NEW YORK _ _ 

NEW YORK. May 18 /T' — Copper 

f|l||nl < . 

0 .V): pxjxiri. 9 I2'i<9 l.'S 

Tin- Ea-sy: .spot and noarfiv 
46 40; future. iiOO. 

Iron— Quir-; No 2. fob Ea.^^erl. 
Ppnn.iylvanla. 2(iM-,^^M»S% 
Alabama. l.s''»0 — j- -., 

Lead — .Si-^a<l\ ^(>,i New York. '• " 
4 80</4 «5: Ea.st St Loui.s, J *5. " [' .'. 

Zinc Dull: Hast St. Louia. spot 
ai d future. 4.90 

Aliimlnuih — 19.00'r/ 32 00. 

Antimony— Spot. 13.5o! 

QuIckAllver— 7500'>r75 50. 
■^Woitframlte- 16 00. 



.■MUKM.NG SALta .. 

OIU 

A P Con 1.000 at 16. 

C k K Corim .VO a4 I 01. 300 at 1.04. 
Prechold SOO at 05';. 
Mar Jos— 100 at .16. 
■8Tf Ur > — Wit I I'.; t 
13't. 

Ranchmen'!— 900 at .Jt9. — ; — 

MInea 

BiK Missouri -100 at .63'i. 
Bralorne SOO at 7 31: 10 at 7 40 
B It X 2 '>00 at 15' • 
Ornlonia 2.000 at 18 . : TOO at IS'i. 
Qold Belt— t.OOO at .45. 
Island Mountain - 3.800 at 153: SOo 
at I 14 

Kootrnay Br He 100 a I :)9 200 a' 90 
' Morning 8t*r-3.000 at .02'.. l.ooo at 
03S 

National ailver- 1.000 at 01<*. 
Rrcmlar Border— 1.000 at 01':. 
Cremier Gold— 300 at 3 41. 
Quatsino— 1,000 at .01 S. 
Pioneer— 3,4«a all S.SO; 100 at • 55 
at tio 

R9no-300 at 1.11; ISO at l.M. 
Salmon 1.000 at .08'] 
Sheep Crerk 100 at .81 
T«y)iir Hridce 200 at lO'j. 
B (• .Sil..-r 200 at ISO. 

nr N. kri - 1.300 at .11: SOO at .ti<y. 

: .11(1 lit n 
Can Rand-1.500 at 06: 1.500 at 06'i. 
Coiisirrsa^- 1.900 al 17 1,300 at .ll'i. 
niri.iior l.ooo at 04'.. 
K'a»n 1000 a I 4 'i 
Kairviru ."lOO at -V'j- -i* j 

Pederal-' 3.000 at 04 ';: 100 al .01: l.SOO 
at 07'.' 11.000 at 07% 

Ocor»ia Ruet- 500 at .OlS 
01 •. 

Home 00 .>• 01 . 

Meridlil : I ■ IIP 

Mm to 1 t.iil a' Tn 7 fill ,>• 
at 73 3.500 at .74 soil , 7 1 
.7^- 300 at 75'j <b40' 
Morton Woblsry- 1.000 at OO'i.' 
N.rria -1.500 at .00; 1.000 at .N't 
al 09'5 

Pend Orellle-lOO at .83. 

Pilot -500 »f 08'. 

Reliance '.'SR HI 07 I ooo at .01',; 
1.000 al 08 12 900 a- 0,1 .1.000, at .08'.. 
14.300 at 09 18.000 at 09',. 1.000 at OO'i 
Reward 300 at .OO'ji l.SOO at .01'.. 
2.000 at 07'.. 
Sllvrr.-reat 3.000 at .UOS . 
Videtle- 400 al I 19. 1,300 at 130. . 
Vikln«-100 at 04 
Watertoo 2 nno at 05' i,' ' 
Wa\erly 1.000 at .00'.. 
Ymir Yankee Girl 50O a» .S4; MSO al 
45. »Ofl at .99 2 100 'at 47 ' 

A^IfRMtfls 
Ollt 

Aiiialiiamaicd l.onn at 
. A P Cou t.OOO al 
C A- t: 100 at ^1^ 

n:i ,,r 10 at 

Mi,M, nil 2 000 at 

^M' ! ind lOfl at 2n 

Oknl'a •.00 at Ofl , ^ 
llii II, liiiir :', 110 a ! 10 

Mine* 

Braloiii, :: , .«. 7 in 400 at 
Bn Con 1400 at nj. 

nn H 100 at 1.1 

Mak Siirar -4.M(rirr TMr^**^* ^ . 
Morinne Star 7 000 at 02' 
Ploii'"r 4.10 a' f .0 r,o .11 )» SJ. 
Premier Border .1.000 ai or 
Pr.'mier Ootd -300 at 3 40, 100 at 3 43. 
Quatsino 1.000 al OP..' 
Saliv 1.000 al 10 
W.< Mde 1,100 at 13'. 
B'•ll^^r .Sihv 2.000 at OJ ', 
BC Nickel 2.300 at 32 
ran Rand 1.000 al 07 
Coiiurc's 100 a) .17' 1000 a' 18. 
Pairi eu .100 at 04 500 at 04'.-r 
Fedrr.'i .1.000 :\' <\~ 
(iiilrl Miirii.1.1! .mi at m 
M.iine :i.f;no a' f, . 
Muiio I 000 a' 72 300 at 72 
Ni. o:a I 000 at Ot 
Noble Inr .iron n;', 1 noo n' 
Pilni 2 OOO at Of 

Reliance 7 .100 at 09 , 1 nnO at OJ 

2. OOO at no ibsoi 3no at 09.'.. 
R-»ard 5.500 at 07 

Sllvercrent - I OOO at no 

United Kmnire 2 000 .-. ; ni 

V i e e tr e «nn ,, i .j 'rin a' ; ;u. 



TORONTO EXCHANGE 
TORONTO, May 18 (W.— Indualrial 
listings of the Toronto Exchange de- 
veloped ilttle definite chMfe In to- 

I day's trading. 

Six thoiusand .shaJ'e., of Du^tillors- 

r, , J i. J . . . Industrial Alcohol 

'Seagrams changed hands and the ,„,i utnmrn a 

[*Mre cloied at 24. the day's low. (mn I'niuie.i 'h 
I while Industrial Alcohol "A" sagged j Lobiaw 'a 

3-8 to 8 3-8 Loblnw B ' 

. , , . Montreal Power . 

' In the oil «ioup. Brui.sh American : mi-c<iii p-rontcnac 
I and Imperial ulvanced 3-8 each, Pxie Her»e 
Pantepec 1-8 ai^Supertest ordinary 
4 1-2, whi le .Intern a tion a l Petroleum 
dropp«d'~J-8. - py>rd "A" and Smel- 
ters closed unchang«l. Brazilian re- , vOfnnipes Eicrtru 
corded a miir»r Rr,i:n a id C PR and, 
Nickel each dropped the minimum B«nk of Canada 
frartlon Canadian Bank of Coosm'trco 



Ltd \ ■ 
Bid 

i 80 
33'. 
38 

13 

3'» 
14.S 
4 

' 1"* 

.85 

10 
40 
9 

4*. 
4'. 
OS 

IS 

ais 

44'. 
35'» 

1.13 
12'. 

12 \ 

' a 

17 . 
200" 
23'. 
38 

• 5S 
33 
3 
69 
4 
30 
22' J 
13'. 
87 ■. 
• ■a 



Power Corpn 
Rotera Majestic 
vseei or vanaaa 
Steel of Canada. 



PId 



1^ 

18'i 
68'. 
IBS 
17-. 

1'. 
.14S 
88*. 
ll'i 

4'. 

•as 
»«s 

14 S 



Asked 
I 

1 7. 
2.1 

39 'i 
4 

34 . 

.1 

149 

1 
3 

I 01 
13 

40'. 
9'. 
4'« I 
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44 \ ; 

IC- 

119'. I 
.11 

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ifi . 
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301 
31S I 
37'. 

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4 
68 

4 , 
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13'. 
37 . 
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IS 
II 

1 10 
30 . 
68 
20 

18 ■ 

15 
90 
14 

4'* 
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56'j 
. 15 

3'i 



Shares Capital EtMM Hmh 

Bi >l 1 . It I % s l> 1 i| l> 

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, LIMITED 



PHOM s «'. ai.17 




Christopher Limited 

' BROKERS 
GliOUXD ri.OOl^. CK.NTRAL BUILDING 
Corner View and Broad Streets* ' Phone G 4i:i 



" • viBW tlMBT 

WE RECOMMEND THE PURCHASE OF 

PIONEER AND BRALORNE 

J. W. JONES, LIMITED 



Hurh Allan 



J. W. laaM 



TIME HAS PROVED 

The Well-Cho*eii ^'l^^l Mortiase Combiner Sa'Ti'iv and Yield in a Hich OaorOO 

1f> 9 'Will Be Cllad 10 Sriifl You V\.:\ I'nriicuUn ot Rcromnien4aa._j 

First Mortaaars or Div :«^ 1 lie se WuM V i I'eM iiiui:. 



PEMBERTON & SON, 

975 roBT Stai I I 



LTD. 



PHOM q(U4.. 



The Steel of Canada Isauea dropped 
fnicUona along with Dominion Steel 
and United Steel. 



Dominion Bank , , . . 
Bank of Montreal . . 
Bank of Nova Bcotla 

Royal Bank 

Bank of Toronto ... 



57 
154' 
308 
101 

an 

113 

3aa>. 



57' 
155 
300' 
300 
388 
171 
Ml 



CARIBOO OOLO IN 
SW POSITION 



CANADIAN DOLLAR 

AND POUND RATES 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS 
OF CANADIAN DOLLAR 

MONTRlBAL, May 18 <r.— British 
and foreign exchange cloaed steady 



China. H(>nKk<tn< 
Italy. iiMv 0790; Japan, yen, 
Spain, po>ela, .1368. 



.3123: 



MONTREAL. Mav 18 -Pound 
.sterling pushed 23-32 cent higher to 
VANCOUVER. May 18 (T.-A to- Montreal foreign ex- 

tal of 17,633 ouncea of gold and l,«92 I change* today, whUe ih. United 
ouncea of aUyer. valued at I821.M7. jSUtea dollar eaasd 1-32 cent to 9-32 
were recovered from 45.198 tons of|c*nt premium. The French franc 
ore milled by Cariboo Gold Quartz, waa off .01 cent at 6.80 cents. 
Ltd., diiring the fl.scal j^ar ending 
January 31. 1936, It was shown In 
the annual report Ls.suod today. 

After deduction of general cx- NEW YORK, May 18 (-1^.— Direc- 
pneM-s. depreciation, depletion »nd ^f B. I. DuPOBt de Memoura to- 

?i^a/ IlS^M .he reJJnL '^c and a regular quartefh dividend J No 

31 waa $129,590. the rfponj,,, i&,ued ^„ „,„„ki- ' No 

by R Randall Rase, managing din 

tor -i lowed. 



DECLARED EXTr.A DIVIDEND 



BAI) GOLD AT LONDON 

MONTREAL, May 18 (P -Bar gold 
In London down 3c at $34.88 an 
ouQ.ce in 0*nadian funds; 140a Id in 
Britlah funds. The Axed $35 Waah- 

: I k' ton price amounted to tMjM in 
Canadian funds. 



What Today Meant 



If May . 19 la your birthday, the 
bc&t hours for you on thla date 



dojlar. '.83^8; -are^ from 8- to W %jb^.^ Imn 



Silver .Markets 

LONDON May 18 (P Bar silver 
quiet; 1-lSd lower at 20 9-16d. 
AT NEW YOSK 
NEW YORK. May 18 W.— Bar sil- 
ver e*sy, 3-8c lower than on p'nday, 
May 15, at4ft3-le. 



Vancouvrr Wheat 

yANCOI'VrR. Mar 14 (CP) — Vancau\ er 
« Ileal ra\h prieat: 

Blralaht To«wh 



I Noil.'iein 



' June 15 to ahareholders of record 
May 37. Direatori alao declared the 

From February- 1 to AUgU.st 20 la.st regiilar quarterly dividend of 81.50 
year, 103 ton-^ waa the dally average to the debenture .«!iock, payable July 
milled, and from that dat>e until the 25 to stock of record July 
end of the fl.scal year the average 
waa 151 tonr dally. 



No. 5 Wheat 
No 0 Wlwat 

y^'^J o««ea«ooeo 

Track. 14 »• 



••aaooooooaa 
•eeaeoeooooao 



7.1'. 


73', 


74', 


72 •, 


73'. 


71'. 


68 >. 


66 


85 S 


•2'. 


58 S 


1'. 


48S 


4 . . 


43 '. 


39 . 



DIVIDENDS DECLARED 



09 




;i:i . 
K 400\at 



1 02 



31. 



Pie. -;i Mri:iis 37 1-2 ;enta, pay- 
able July 1. to sliareholdera of rec- 
ord June 15. 

Wright -Hargreave.* Mines, Ltd. 
regular dividend of 10c and extra 
of 3c I United St.ite.'- fund.s ' pa v iiblc 
July 1 to Ft^xk of record June 10 

CatoUi "PfxyT" Product.s. Limited 
38c^-pcr $15 par value preferred 



Stocks and Bdnds 



(A. a. AMia 41 oo.. niDTORiai 



.'vtiarcfi. -paj|.-able Juhe I to stock -of 
record May , 23. 
Mud.son Ray Mining At Smelting 

Coiiipan.\. "iOe in Ciinadian funds, 
payable June 29 to .sharehoklei s of 
record May 

Moiitrrai rroiliicc 

MONTREAL M .v Ts Batter 
spot. Quebec grac'" 19 1-2; Quebec 
freah. 19 3-8. 

Egg.v— Spot. ' A" la.RC. 21 1-2; "A' 
medium. 20 1-2; "C 181-2. 



ISi'w York ('iirh 

Numbtr, Ltd • 



Bell Telephone 

Hra • Inn T L ll P 

HA 11, 1 

H (■ F>..v> ri A' 

< ' iii.Tia f enieiit . . , . 
<' infill,! C'-nieiit pId. ... 
t'liuidiin Payflc"~~ 

C'ln M ii im ft Smettint 

Ki.ii';' lurtiicr 
l-',.rl A 

( i |. .1111 Lime Si Alab . . 

In.priial Oil 

Imperial Tobacco 

Ii'tl Nl.k«l 

lii'I Petrnleurn 

Mrf ill l-'r,..it -nai . 

M < ' II I • ■ 1 ,ir ntd . 

M .11' r, , 1 I' '■• '■: ' oin 
.Rlt«,»liiia^l> W. A( P . . . . 
Jiti lori.c' .,. . . . .'. i.. . 

I . . 

Nnranda 

Pidneer Oold 

Premier 

Siierrifi Oordoit 

Sildbtiiv Rkiii 

i Trek II I lie» 

Venture" 

Wri-jhi Hartreaves 

Br I k of Montreal 

Roval Btnk 



03. 



Vikina 




Dominion Bonda 



iBjtrn4.:A W.9in*ri9hi. Ltd > 

Bid A^k-d 



M.ic, spot and- future. I Sfi."^:*' jjjlj 

■ . la-ia 
1».in 
19*0 
• ^J»41 
1942 
: — 1943 
1944* 
I")* . 

' J41 
114Q 
19.12 
1914 

: 1147 

19.19 

1 9 'a 

1 1 >9 
l<»M 

ISMl 

"'- I091 
1911 
1999 
1970 
19.14 

W^' 

18.44 



CNR 



4 

a 

3 

1 

T 

4 . 
4 

3 
4 

4' ■■ 
4 ■ 
4 

4 ■ 
4' ,■ 
4' - 
4'.; 
4'7- 
4 . 



107 121 
10' oo 



no no 
111 00 
10.1 7) 
114 QO 
,112 2.1 
101.371 
118 121 

103 n > 

107 135 
100 035 
100 75 

109 971 
•• «3» 

110 00 
113 35 

111 50 
111 19 




London Stocks [i 



wi 



ESTD 
1K»0 



HtAVY HAULING 

HEANEY'S 



CALL 

6ait4 



ai4 



LONDON, May 18 '.n. — Clo«lng 
quotations: Brax. TYaction. $13; Brit 
Am Tob 124.'; 4 \-2c\, Bnt Celain'.se 
las 9d renrral Mining £25s Coiiri- 
a ilfU. »8,A 9d; De Beera. £8 5-8; 
Oe Havlland, 888 9d; Impl. Airways 
55a: Mining Truat Ltd . 3a 9d: Rand 
Minea. £9: Rhode.sisn Anglo Am . IXa 
iM Rhokana Corp. £6. Crown 
M : \> fI4.^-«; .^orini,-, 43s 1 l-2d: 
EaM Deduld. £9 1-3; Rio Tlntoa 
£14 1-i -z=u- 

Bonds-Brit 2 1-2 per cent Con- 
7-Tr"Tmr 31-2 per cent 
War Loan flO^i. Brit. Puflidtag 4'* 
lMO-80. illU-ft 



lis 21 

Iia 21 
1 1 9 2.1 

r, .1 7 '. 

>T S7J 
103 75 
•• 18 



109 0.1 
104 '-0 

iri :' .• I 
lo; ; . 
no H7 
114 )0 
104 7 > 
>15 
113 25 

109 21 

113 IJ'. 
104 21 
108 \2-j 

110 10 

no »;* 

no 71 

.H -10 
110 n. , 

1147> I 

114 >3 ; 

113 10 I 
117 10 I 
1 1 7 .10 , 
119 I'll i 
11700 
80 78 
104 OO 



iH A 



Aniii Cyn;i'iild ' A ' 
Avsnclatei Super .... . 

Amn Claa 

Anoclaied Oaa 

Br»' I 

C:' . , <• 

ri»i- ii.,'i'i 

i-'o d A ■. . :< 

Fi-vTl Finliiid 

llucUoi Bay .' 

Miiml);^ Oil 

Intl Pet» 

Ii-iperial 0:l 

Ne«mont Minint ..... 

P.'^r.»»r 

St.ii rt„t1 Oil KeaturkV 

A-r- «1 !•■ ,ir,im 

I'l,:l'. I." 

t '. I ll Vn, A- L.«llt 

Niai,ira-HucUo» 
ttniilferlea. tnaland 
Oiilf Oil . . 



A 



Aflaa Corona. 

y k n-ihhrr . . 

ro Prte , , 

Cn-r* ■ .. 

I.A 1 ^ Si , ore 
T-rIc llui.o. , 



Wrl"tit llarareaie^ 

iin«hiiie Minlnz ; - , 

Premier Oold , 

HoikI '^iMilalions 

'Burn* He W»;n«r:ilit, Ltd ' 
SH'MCIPAI, 

of r-,Vi i intit 



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31. 


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1 

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11 


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19'. 


31 ". 


22 ' , 


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27'. 


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90 


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32'. 


22 


83 


94' 


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120 


i: . 

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12 . 




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29'. 


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4 . 


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Bid 


Asked 


145 


'14« 


12-i 


11 


31 


11'* 




39'i 


9 . 


7 


41'. 


88 ' 


, 12' • 


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14'. 


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4 TO 


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1 91 


1 97 1 


8 60 


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197 


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172 



FI^HtKMtN HAO 
BIOOtK UTCHtS 



vs. Flaheriea' Bureau Ciivea .Some 
Plgarea en Catch and Landed 
Valae Along Coaat 



WASHINGTON, May II (4^ —The 

Fi.sherie.^ Bureau .said today com- 
mercial fi.shermen who roam the 
watera of the Paclflc off the went 

rnnnt rrt eontintmiar Unitiyl State.s 



thai: in 19;!n 

In value tlie increa.se wa.i 43 per I ''*I'P">''''''- 
cent Tlie 1934 catch maounted to' 
1 .546.102.000 pounda. valued at $19 



4 p ni , and from 8 to 10 p.m. The 
danger ix riods are Irora 7 to 9 a.lil, 
from 6 :i. 8 m «tw4 ftw la 
until midnight. 

Many a hope will be realized 
iliLs d.iy Vim in.ty feci sanguine, 
if you liaie any reajionable cxptc- 
tatlon about something, for you . 
are likely to hear from It before 
the day passes. ThU "should be 
an auspicioiLs day far straighten- 
ing out any bu.siness or jiocial 
snarl. Tliose who liave to use 
their brains . ao aa to make a liv- 
ing, probably will find their minds 
unuAually active this day. due to 
conditions exL^tliig \^hu h are con- 
duriw to -inspiring constiiulne 
thoughts. Tempera will have to be 
watched thia day. for unimportant 
matters are apt to cauae them to 
get out of hand. Money probably 
will coiiip into >our ixxkets with- 
out greiit effort on your part. Mar- 
ried and engaged couples, as well 
a.s thoie who are in love, muat avoid 
arguing over s|)ending money thia 
day. If they want Ufe to move along 
smoothly. 

If a woman and May 19 l^ljour . 
blrthdav. you probably love to ' 
(»ke fun 111 your family and 
fii'iHls, (Ml ;i rept it gcK)d na- 
tiircdly when others thruit It at 
you. You a/e apt to enjoy excite- 
ment. especially m liie line of .si>ort,i. 
The theatre ought to interest you 
xnatly, lor lliaie born on this datO 
generally liave remarkable historlo 
powers. Vou perhapa have the gift 
of making frlenda ekally. particularly 
with children. You can be very 
prr.sua.si\,., whidi art may enable 
you to be very good at driving % 
bargain. Apparently when It oomeg 
tomoney matters, you have been 
bom under a very lucky star. In- 
terior decorating. «hop manage- 
ment, a highly specialized branch 
or art or a literary career are 
among the activities ihst are moBt 
favorable for . you to engage in As 
a married woman you ought to find 



The child born on May II uau- 
ally, a.<i soon as It re *eh*^ Mhaal 



ISO.OOO. The bureau said moit of ^ «howa ■ degree of men tMT' Be- 

ilie increa.se wa-s t!ie re.iult of i velopmei.' ;)iat gives great 
greater rawhes of pilchard <sar- 



dinesi. mackerel and tuna and tuna- 
Uke nahes. 
Salmon, bated on value to flaher- 

men, wa.s the ino,'t important prod- 
uct, the biirea i .snid Tlie aainion 
catch amoiinieri to 87,011,000 poUada. 
valued at $4J)51,000. 



prom- 
ise of exceptional iiilelleclual depth. 

If a man and May 19 Is your 
natal day. you ought lo be a vrrv 
hberal minded, generous and af- 
fectionate individual .S<ientific re- 
.learch work, engineering, wrlling. 
pttinting, acting or Inventing might 
enable you to become famoua. 



M'lii ,r ipa 1 • V 

I'. , 

City of Vancouier 1'.. 1980 . . 
Oreaier VancOv»ver Water 

DUtrict 4 ■. . 1880 87 00 

Cltr ef Bdmrwitop 4' 1991 
City of Ednaomon 7-., 1941 
Cut of Montreal 1 . 1941 102 on 
City of Quebec 1'.. 1913 . ms jo 
Toronto Harbor 4 . . 1913 1 04 00 

pnsnriNciat. ..' . 



Liverpool Wheat 



UVCRPOOL. Mar 18 iCP) -F : 
are tedar't per-buahel vlMai...awata 
c I r LKerMol. Ml Oawailaa f— 8o as evr- 
rent aleriint eachanar rata a( M.M. aa 

•upplied by Broomhall: 

Today Bat'y 

No. 1 Man Northern. Van- 
couver. May 

No. , 1 Man Nortjietn. At- 
lantic 'Old I. Mae 

Nn 3 Man Nnritiern. Van- 
cniixer iRea-. May ....... 

Auatralian.' Afloat 

Aaatralian. Mop , 

we 



- ... 



01 • 
V.' 



•« r.c 
ion «. 



-aiH 

89-. 

81 << 
<«4. 
M% 
IBM 



Prov of Alberta 41. 1957 ... 
Prov of Alberta 4','".. 1861.. 
Prov of Alberta 9%. 1858.... 
Prov. of Alberta 6'-. 1847.... 

Pro». of B C 4 - . 1817 

Pro». of B C 4'^'i. I849 .... 

Prov. o4^»C O'*. 1851 

Prov of B C. 8'a*. 1845 .... 

Fr»v. ^rrc~Tm»47 

Prov of Manlteka 4%. 1051 . 

Prov of Manitoba 4'-' . laat 

Prov of Manitoba 1 . 19i» 

Prov, of Ontario 4 . 199a 

Pr«4 of Ontario 4' . 1991 . 

Prov of Quebec 4'.' . 1919 . 

Prov of O'jeber 4 1943 . 

Prov of Baa* A'r. I9V4 ■ - ." 

Prov of 8a«k 4',". V9ii .,, 

Prov ofSaak 5'.. !'»i9 ... 



Prav ofBoak 
Ml 



tttl 



,T«1I 

tin 

94 25 
•1 38 
••.18 
•175 
•9 00 
!01 71 
103 71 
100 78 
109 00 
112 35 
09 79 
93 79 
25 



1851. .M r7 7» 



84 04 

•(c« 

1*0 00. 

92 n 

97 fifl 
104 .0 
109 .'0 
109 00 



71 21 
88 21 
81 71 
81 21 
81 31 
U 2. 
M 2.1 
»« 7 . 
•7 25 

100 31 

101 1(0 
105 71 
101 7.1 

lie 75 

113 

114 .'1 
97 -1 
•4 .1 
97 :^ 
••71 



PiNKN£Y WORTLE. THE WoRLP'S LAZIEST WHITE MAN 



6V 




Ll 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, ITJESDAV. MAY 19. 1936 



15 



THE Tl/TTS'?--. By Crawford Youfrg 





APPLE^ABI 




OK TAlilN6 TO C«/fP WHEM YOUR M07Wf« IS 
SltMlEO MURING TMt BALL U)T AT A TIME WWEW 
CHOUtP K TMCINft A 44UilC LHSON.TIC 5MALiR 
ANO LtSS tHMtU-WITTED SPECTATORS SUDPfMLV 
J DISPLAY MtEAT IWTtRtCT IN VOOR ACTWMt 



How It Started 



By JSAN NSWTON 



"MNG-PONG" 
Wng-Pong. or table frnnl«. as this 
pdpiilar p«ilor i;ariir i - ftl.o known, 
la said to have Ixhmi invonied by 
' (Among others) James Oibb, an old 
Cambridge attiM^. It waa Intro- 
duced Into the United States about 
1900 

It will be news to Its armlu of en- 
thusiaaU tbc world ov«r to learn 
that, quoting an aug\ist aouror pub- 
lished In 1817. "as It was Inherently 
iinlnteresling and required rompara- 
llvely little ftklll. iln vogue wa« short- 
lived and within a ieW jrean It vlr- 
(iMlly dtiappwred." 

Btre It ieiMr b* noted In paMinc 



that In the table tennis world cham- 

pion-ship ircrntlv held at Prat:ue, 
two players, a Polr and a Rumanian, 
couicstfd the flrst p<»iii' of tlicir 
matcti for two hours and ftve min- 

Ut^Ai 

The. name Plng-Pong to ocholc in 

orlKln: the allusion is to the sharp. 

tinkliUK ping or pong sounded bv 
the bat when striking the celluloid 
baU. - 



Tt wa-s a fairly bii.sy time* In the 
outfit litiK d'-pai t nvnt when a little 
, boy enicKvl and. approaching the 
couni< r Msked the clerk for "a soft 
man's collar." 

mie clerk amltod and the custom- 
ers laughM. 

Pointing to his Wn eoljar, which 
happened to be a .soft one.' the clerk 
nald. Vou mean one Uke this, 
sonny''' 

"No. ' replied the boy, "I want a 
(;)ean ont." 



I'm getting jumpy. F ^^"^ these: 

.ll GUESS I'm too oldI ^"^'^^ ARE GOING 
' TO WOft*<. ALL QAV, KJ^ BCWOO, 
^ A MD H tHtAUSC MARV. 
' FOR THF_ BAOiO 
HALF THE RF6PIT; 



"7- 



EVEN IF THEY DON T 
GO OVf.VOia, MAVf HO 

CAUSE TO WORRY. THEL 
VUi>lQ^tAN_USS^ YOU 
lM«>4AIUCrCK. PARTS 

LATCH o^y^ 



s 19 




BUI OUK BROADCAST 
MUffT tU CC M D J I M 

GOT TO FIND THAT 
Mtf SING PICTUK t. 

OR z HaV 46 

TO JAIU. 



Bv Martha Orr 

r MIKEIS YOUNG AND FEELS SUCCESS ^'^ 




0ON*T WORRY, 

REMEMBER 
TOMORROW IS 
THft BIG OAV. 





tLm U t PH. 0« 

Ill rTr^BflB 



IS MIS DOC., BUT IVK UVCO LONG 

EMOOCH TO BE THANKTUL FOR. 
(bOOO LUC^.LVLN WHEN I VL ^ 



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TODDY 



HoU) Sh rj) theSrave? 



WHAT ARE You 
dOMAJA 3£ 

{jJHEt^ YUU 
Cvt^OtJ UP ' 






VOO AlMYetTStt - 

FOC (lOO^e P/MPLG 
QAQG-Oev^LlW f 




PAP6 

Me 

SOMCTWiLl' - 






By Georp:© Marcoux ^ 



PWT . MOM - LOOK - A AJlCKGL - ALU 

r^a vey^ ibDOY cvj£o IT no MC 

POR. MY 6flA^e(?V-'M' MC SAID I 

Got Tme MAk^^^_s of a oare dcvil . 

ME 'CAuSC" I ToOkED UP HI4 
\<LfWl^ FLA%M/ 





SORt .BOSS. I COUIO STt ^L 
THE SHIRT OFF A IH\GHT 
. l uiwr4H MftJN ^t^O HE'D 

.BRING ME THE 




BROTE STRENGTH 
F^\LtD- BUT I M SUftt 
THIS SNEf^K THIEF 







TkvgorshT 
eugene is 



THE JEEP IS t^OT IM 

THE GR\P. YOO K)OL! 




By Scgar I 



'^UJEV.L,BVX>U3 Me OOU^! 
I THOUGHT \ OiOKT 




NAPOLEON AND UNCLE ELBY 



By Clifford McBridc 



^'l^r?? I vwMNx TO man an* my motmej? won't lst | 

M« VSA^^PK OW QtO OUT IN A OOATr,^ 





. r 

— \ 



Jane Dixon Says: 

rrm"' ' • • y'l i 'ifiT ir" r "~' 



% RRADER srBM!T«* SOME EXCELLENT ADVICE TO 'DIS- 
ArrOINTED WIFE' IN THE HOPf THAT IT WILL 8AV1 AN 
UffrOBTUNATI MABITAL imiATION 

One of our readers has a message for ' DLsappoliited Wife ' 
She urgea me to pass it along in the Iwpe ll will save a marital 
•ituation which threatens to become another lot oC flotaMn Aim 
Jttaam mi th* roclm of wrecked romance . 

I like her message because it's stark realism, not a pot oi-preity 



' "Dfar Disappointed Wife: You've allowed your hiu^banri to nuk.- a 
aUvey and a doormat out of you. And because you have done this, you 
ara to blame for your prcacni mlaery aa much aa ho ta. 

Dont iMvt your howw at loaat not untU jtmi 4o your utmoat to 
rebuUd iU 

"The moment you leave, your husband will start looking lor atim- 
tlon elsewhere. You see Ynt't aeoustomed to It— you ve made Mhn atten- 
tion-conscious, and If he oaaaes to get- H from ywi hell be so thirsty for 
It jihac he'U find It whether or na 

DON'T WORRY .ABOI T EXJ*ENSE 

"OMit forget tlie (lold Is full of women who 11 give 100 per cent of 
their time to a man, married or single. 
Wake upl ' „ 
. ••Drasa upl 

"You tay yod can't look as you shbuld on the money ht allowa you. 

"Then a.sk him for more 

"Don't worry your- own head about the exf)en.se. the exlravagHiicc. 
What do thty mann In comparlaon with your happUvss? 

"You say you make It a point always to be neat, dean, and to keep 



your house and vour baby the aama way. 

■ Add to that ILsl. (or yourself, well-Broomed h«lr in»iiiruted naib., 
a touch of mnke-up for your face when you appear fagged or worried, 
new oulftu for your wardrobe <wlth gloves, purtt. hat. aho«a, drea. ker- 
chief*, for the four aeaaoni of the year. 

"I kno w th i s wH I eea t m o w e y .^but <e> do- Insurance' poUlaa oost 
ni<uie\ . and th« gUfgeatlon T am offering you u nothing mora than an 
insurance policy on your home and your husband. 

^ — ITLL oMDf ms wm 

"If you will try ay plan I guarantee that your hu-^bHud will begui 
' to natlce you, not in the way h« notices the chairs and the table and Uie 
hall rack, but with the eyaa of one human being viewinc wtlh Interwt. 
another human bemt; 

"And I'll wrtKer hr will R.^k \ou to place.s with tilm. too. not leave 
ybU to an endle.v> sufccv^ion ol .i m '.v rveiunKs 

"Men's pocketbooks may detty inls tiuth, but njea's hearts and their 
^havhMT applaud it— they like to see a well-dressed, weU-groooied woman 
They like to ae« their wives looking aa attractive or more ao than the 
other man's Wife. It appeaaea their vanity alM their coneHt to have thetr 
wife the ryncviiiie of all eye.s. 

"Won t you try this plan before you leave your home?— Interested. " 



13b the piM of nm g tm id* I wMh |0 add 

Wile.* 

aw IwaflMa yvn an oioeUent workinc plan. — 
— One that haa been used time without aiMiber ky vtm 

feoandltlon the drtttlnt marriage barque. 

The plan shows a surprising percentage of aueoem In Ita operayon. 

This Is as sure as death and taxes— when a woman la run^over-at- 
heels In spirit and in wardrobe, she is a drug on anv man'a market, in- 
cludUM iMr husbsrd ' 

^ (C9i»>riaai. OHi a* Uu Ml a*u4iutt«. lae.; 



POP 



1 rOLD vou LAST SATURDAY 
THAT IF YOU WE RE A G OOD BOY 
f=Of^ A WEEK, tET^WV/E YOO 
A WMt — — NOW DO YOU 

-IT — 




Robin Offers lo I ak( n HnlnclUm in Vay 



Bv I Millar Watt 





A 




Tl LLIE THE TOILER 



A Picture and a Promise 



SAX 

\aJHY THe 
FUMMV LOOK 
-TIL\-«E 



:>OK, 



CM.\ WAS TUST 
-TRYlWtf tb I^ICIX^BI 

>tXJ \AJlTH A 

MVJSTA CHE 



By Westover 





16 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., TLKSDAY. MAY 19. 1936 



. Business and Professional Directory, ^ant Ads 



I fOB OXJUMTmD OH WAJfT 
AOWRTUEMENTt 
and OB«-&al( e«nu • •ord mcb 
.^..joi olM MDU • word • •ttifc. vitb 
■ ■lattttm ar «^ ««rtf«< euk vtut wtfar 

R* •dVtttlMMDt MMPUd fW iMt thU 

t«Mty-tHrt MMV " 

~ DMth Ml* MatMJ NMioM. It M. nr« 
innrrtlon. t1 00 lor taeb •ddltlonal InMf- 
tioii UkrriM«*. C»rd» ot Thinll* tiid In 
lUmarUa MottcM. IIM pm liucrlloa 

~ BtrtiT IMI«M.' I1.M »OT ju««<IMr 

"'saaliiM* or ProtoMtoa^ Ordt M two 
nnat or undefw 12 M por nontb. &4dl- 
UooKi ipac* »t II 21 p«r llo* p«r aentb 

AdvertlMri whn <l«ilr* mtt n*** rcpIlM 
•ddroMcd ua t box kt Tht CoipOUt ^Od 
forward«<l to ihe r privtu ftdarMi A 
«k*n« d( l*° c*au U mmU for malUni 
ropliot. Is tn>* UkfM woid« 
(-B«s OolMUri !• «ft* «W 
ih» Diunbor of word*. _ 

Out-of-towD roderi of ouf »dv«rUM- 



(9M!ttaMii 



oienb* Mk adT«n>Mri to fl** »44r«M 

powlbto «• MMMnlMtt iMVMk »• 

phono 

Aar CMlm (01 rtosic uo •ocount of 
affoff enUMloiu miut o« nfad* wuhla 
UUrtr ten froa tb* dau of ih« umt 
•UmtvIo tta* dftUa vUl oot tM aiiowtd 

"W"ooiioii5rwurnol 60 rMPOMAbJ* 
■MM iHka ou to««fi»e» fn»«filoh of 
•4f«r«laMMal mUn* tm nor* moo oq« 



Th« coionm MFTico )• aTaiUMo ovott 

^ d*r rrom I • m lo Iff IWI . «ewUa« 
Sundaj Ju«t c>a B mpiro 111* 

To ln«ur» InsertlOD, C:»«»lflid Ad* Itaould 
roach Tho Coioout b«for« 10 p 
tfa/ prcviou* to publication 



ClaaaUlod Ad» for Tti't 8unda» Colonut 
lU bo aceopud up l« lO p m on ••(ur- 



BAOAHAWr On U*v It. 19]« «l \Ut 
fti!i:l» rrij'l^rirf I4l>^ F*rii«i]i>rl Itoart 
E'lvki' 1 ( L>:>i Br>,'..>ick llK>>ha»» atrd 
vr.^iii^ vfBTA b<<tii in Bl.» U\f r » irkf 
H»:i nrar Nortli*mi>lon. Kn>lai<d. and 
riad bdrn a rraidant of Vlrtora t<<j 
ihiily ar^rn yrart ' He It (urM^rd bv 
bli vidov. rrkncri Ann* jiaialiawv, ind 
Urt rlilidrtn, Vinow. and- 0»«tfr*y. 

• t l oint Mra Cyril BrtaUn. Mri ByMT 
Cowirr and Mitaoa OorU aatf CatBorlno 
Baishawr. ■II in Vaneoawr: Mra LMla* 
Orrv and Mr*. BUMI OtWO. af Lm 
Aniti^i. and Mr*. DuAair A«a*au, la 

Vaiicouvfr 

- The reniaiii\ are mlini In HaywaM'* 
BC Kuiieral Ctupel. and ilie l .i.CLal vlU 
b* held on Wi>diir%d«>. May ]0. CTit cor- 
tege teavinv lit* rhapel *l 110 p m , pi'o< 
ceedin* iaJU^jM»tthia*' Church, w.liere 

Mirnt 111 
Cemetery. 




• •IIT, 



Itrnm-^^m im -Mn Bar 



MALON At St Joaeph'* iloipltal en May 

IS. IM« Hrlen Melon, vidos at U 1 
T. Maloii u( C'afii. rr»tiCf. late tjj, I >'> 
Oovrrniiient Street, tird scventy'-three 



AIRnREBSINO 



, .AKN J J 
BHKOIX. NOW ffOa fAU. 

oB4Dq/inoB_^ 



ObH « Wrtia 
ifllBPB— INO BCHUOL 

llM Oaiuia* awwt 



- Retialry for under! raduate 

op^nrrt in Vlrtoria Nur,M'» in- 
lrrf»tn! i all or iiliorte M^^ I hoin on. 
S' rail'»pf > «30 Ualla'.. V.. loi K I ;(i7 

U'A^nII>— oirljb to ent«k kinsmen 
Karnlval Bainini Beauty 



XJUMEB- 



CoBlaai, 

Mav ih daah and other priiet. AppUca- 
I ol;^. Cryttal Qarden and Cai W a Ul ij ir - 

I 1 \ -OMAN FOR OBNBRAL HOUBBWORI^ 

yean, born in Bniland and a reaidont I 

of Vifiorii imce 1912 Bh* 1* "lurviyed 1 t»Miia$^JXim tMmA • and 



by t».) ..lrl^ T. w Abraham. Virion*. I 
and P Miloii. ( 'i.t y oiiuot ; three dausli- 
trra. Mr\ P A Hovelaque. Duncan. 
Mr% A O. E. Munion Colindale. Eni- 
laiid, and Mrt W. [ " o u pUta. 

, t an-^fmy ^'•'91 - 

Anderaofu,-4Ci.JfrtiBwat*r Bay. -M* of 

Wight '"Snd one" brother. A O Ander- 

»on. of Port Albernl. 

The funeral Will 'U ISelB on Tuaiday. 
May It, th* eortec* leavini Rayward t 
BC Funeral Chapel at 1 45 p.m.. pro- 
eeedtn* to Chrlat Church Cathdral. where 
service will be conducted by Rev f C 
Ifayman at } O'clock. InUrtMOtlR Col- 
wood Bunat' Pirlr. — tBHUIIl IW Jwaoy 
papers pirase copy > 



10 30 * m 



full 



country 'Old CottnUr pralorrM) liaio 
particular* «Bd rct^rone** t* ■BBS 

aa4 Jaai* 



wtu 
tfaya 



' cuAsaincAtioNB 

V Aereaa* foe Rent g 

A*r*aio for Baia •••••••••tt<a«i«««..- ^ 

Auio» tor Hlta .•• ■* 

Auto m ob ll a* 

Birth* 

BicycUi and Molorcycla* W*^ 

Boat* and Launch** 1^ 

•uUdina Material 

BuaUMaa Dtraotazs- •••••*•<!>•• H 

Buelnaa* Opportupttlda •* 

Card* of Thank* • 



rZ- ... '•Vflllllg, at at Joilfph-i| HAi.nH.1 

I • irnctny IUn*u. Pr«drriek Allen 



Church Notlcaa 

Clothing. Pura, Bho a a. Kta....; 

Cocninc Brtata' .»•»•• 

Danclna .....».•«•••••••••••••• •• 

DoaUt* 

DUMiniUlg 
Bdaeattonal . . 
Farm* for RenI 

Parma for Bale •.....••••« 

Farm* Wanted ••••• 

Plata and Apartment* to Rant. 
Flat* and Apartmculi Wa n Wd. ..»«».« 
Mr Bal* Mlmtllint^"* ,,»rtf 



MB 

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2) 



.'MKLlJlurK Xhera paited a«ay Sunday 



yyANTRD - A LAOT HBLF. IN THB 



11 tiTUATIONI frAIIIJCI»-> 
MALt 



^fUA H.^IRDRESSIES AND 
BEALTY gPIClALIST^i 
«OM.iau«d> 



J ORBOO - BOOBB WTNOOWB 
cleaned eutaid* oaeA O tOM 

rNBSI BMPLOYMBNT OmOC. 174 
JohBMM Stratt 



ROCKWOML 
int. 
O 44M 



VXCAVATINO. 
aU>*i**l eutflt. 



DrroH> 

ttqaiBt 



8h»l 

drick. of &lt Simcee Street The late 
Mr Shrldrirk waa born at Forest- Gate, 
London, England, an<t, aft»r roiling {or 
Myfn* y^ar* in Edmonton, hr moved «ith 
hi* faiblly to Ihu city two vr«r« ago He 
a veteran of the Ureat War. b»iiig 
a memhrr of thf I3lth Batialmn. CEP. 
Tliir- «iirvi\f. liiN viidow, Orarr one 
aoii, Mkaon. and two daughtera. Evelyn 
and Sylvia, at tha family reiidaace. 
Simcoe Street: alao threo altlera and 
three brother*, living in England TUr 
late Mr Shrldrlck waa a valued mrinbrr 
of tha RrNannia Branch of the Cana- 
dian Leclen 

Funeral service* will be held Wednetd*y 

afternoon. May 20, at i 30 orlock from 
u « i.arlors of tha 8 J Curry vk .Son 
gilKiiirtal Home Rev B. P Charrti «.ll 
1^ ofliriat* and the remain* will t>' * d ai 
(7 real m the R oy al O ak Burial Park 
M 
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Uaiia to Rabt 

■otola 

HouMkecplna BMBt to Rant 
Hou««k*rplng RootM Wtntad 

H..u<ei for .Sal* 

In .Memoriam 



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Furaima >«..»»»««a«*»a»»» w»y 

I^IOl ...•••••aaaaeaa** 

Funeral tMractor* •••••••••■•..^ * 

•^rniihed Hou.^e* for Raul. iiimwimi 
Furnuhed Ho.;m* tor R*nt 
Furnlahed Ruoma WSBlO* M* 
Ralrdreaaera aad BMBIf iBaMBBtCa. . IIA 

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wtlftmWUu, DiMMTrUBB 



r TROXI^ CARPBNTRT. KAL80M1NIN0. 
I . ' palaltwa — haw eh a eaa* — B 



\\«ANTBD— Work, oardbnino. lawns 

*y Uld, rock work; .day or contract 
O 4417 

If rOULD APPRECIATE ODD JOBS OP 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
.JN WANT. - 
- " ADS , - ~ 

Vou can tflcphort your amwcrs n 
^e'l 4S ycxif citssif'ed adve't>w< 
n-er-fi to T^i* ColoTist Rjadt't art 
c'ten >nteresfed n Wart A<3ve'tise 
m«rtj rHjf Oo fxsf r*"Y th« "ram*} 
Of adciressei of adyeiliscjLk buL « 
Cotorijt bo» number fof fht accom- 
rnodatior o< thoH 'Mdsrt 'ck} 
<t incorwotf^t fb laHtt - 'm\ J^Mt' 
and to tervt tht adv«rtis«r bettc 

We Will Take^ Replies 
to Box Numbers Ovgr 
the Telephone 

r ■ C'-icnisf lefvict « avatldbHr 
from 8 am to 10 pm, CKCcptirtg 
Sun<J«y« — Phor« tmpirt 4114 



POUNIU DWCTOBT 

iCooUbuadi 



T>RfT DltYUNn UllXWOOa* II IS FCR , BICTCLBB AHB 

jjK Yc LES REPAIRei) 



ftALS-MISCnXANBOUS 

(OBBUanaO 



M FOB SALB-MUCBaLANIOOt 



RBOONBTRUCTBD BBWIMO lUOninB 

I Blbfar Da Luia Cabin*! . .%wm 

I Sinter VortaUa Elactrle l« M 

I White Rotary Cabitaet . . 00 

I'.O 00 



i ■ IJOU BAWN. yiSB CURB Tt*: I i^K Y' LES REPAIRei) IKfUirNrLY 

■ >uij» 1130 Fhano O Itn • i » and at moderate co*l We have two 

- . real cood. ebilaina ■Mebaalea.t? »erve you. | , ^^„,,. a. |««,-i««.h— ^ 

riORDWCXJD - »-rT . 14 00. BONB-URV. and oijr larta mciWt at work aprntka lor ' wneeier-w .i*or aroptiead 
^ t« 00 bark. limb*, etc Spiven. B 7tM tha aatidactioa ofHha auttaaart. Robia- 

- aoa'a. IMS Braa< Bita at. bbp. Oal aiitrt. 

I )RY B UAB. » 75: 1 CDS. 17 00 DRT- Q M BICYCLES. "llJ 50 TO 197 40 SI- , 

» ' land.'ttrSO td : inside. 14 00 rd . heavy I V, cycie» rrpa red We »Ivo buy ola Bi ! 
alab. U.U «d : mlllwood. It 50 cd . I cd*. | cycle* tnd parit Aaronsoo a Cut Rat* 
2WH^*^£* ••l*>rt UwiSar Co •••store ISIg Oov l St O 4722 

W«04. O MH TTO-**ak e a oa ta l. - 

i j.^OR SALE INDIAN B( OV T 



■OOinCBBPINQ BOOMS 

Bin 

(jODOttauod) 



PiiUy| Ouaraataad— Thou Arransod 
•WQBI lEwlNO MACRIMB o6l 
7M TSIiTiitrtai 



bor^ tforwl tlre^ 



Nrw Rc- 

Plione O «T84 



« 'ICTORIA 

V R49I5 for a good permanrni 



BEADTT PARLORS - CAtX 
All ei 

perienced operaiom I2II Broad Street 



i'coi^ 1-ford loada only *reen. II »U iiakLEV - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLC. 
3 .-cord loud., yw4i3 ,11.00,1 rnndrtlon: wll 

CI UARANTEED ALL DOUOLAB FIR. 13 M | meler 114 i'ort Street 
r cord, I cord*. M.tO. _ 
cord, indd* bloclUf M.N: lOefc italM. IS M 



cord;. drjrlaBd...^JI 



Deuataa Co. 

bar Co 



BMIl 



Booa-dry. I4.ll 
lUei itata. IS SO 
BbaiiAiaan 



PERPECT Blcydaa 
BoM dk ttnaa 



C^oon riRv rirr.»R uiym Br*nv '^'^ • C C *«. Oitaraotaad Bicycle. m*ny 
SOOD DRY CEDAR. Mixi D. READY | model* 10 chooa* from,, priced from lit 7S 
_' to buro. II ao cord U Night i.,i>.,.i .•our aid blevda ai 



E 3ib: 



NEW 
cord; 



kOW PRICE — KINDLINQ. 13 7i 

kila orlad. tl.io. OlaaaaaU 
Wood Co.. OIIM; ntttat O lia. 



LADIES' HAIRDREBSINO 
la SB art pranth-ail^ b> twelve expert* at 
UAISON rVRKELLS 

Th* hairdreiaint tpeeUlItU la 
David Bpaaoar'a 



n 



BOUCATIONAL 



RAlJIO AND PREPARATORY 
Day and evenlna 



MUSIN 
courae* ef atudy 



••••••••** 



.... 

•••••••••••••.•* 



Lodvea and 
t»at and 
Machloary 
Market 
Marrlataa 
Uitcellaneou* 

Money to I»*n 

Monumental Work* 

MuaJC 

Mualcal tnatrumenla 

Nuratry stock, Plant*. Eto._ 
jhrntM^aad Ooayalaaeaat Bi 

Profeaflooal Diraetort 

Property for Sal* 
Property Wanted 
ro4iltry aod Ut« 

Badla 

Room aad Board 

Rooot aaB Board wanted . 
Bituitiena Wantad— F*mal* 
Siiuationi Wanted— Mala 
ntovea. Rangea. FufMCaa 
Summer Resort* .... 

Teacher* Wanlad •••••«•••. 

Timbor 

To Bicbana*— Raal Batata 
To lUnt— MUcallanaou* 
DnfurnUhad House* to Raat 
DnturnlalMd Rnnm< Wanttd . 
Wantad— Female Help 

Wantad— Male Help ; 

Waaiad— Mifcallaneoa* , 

Wantad ta Borrow 

Wanted to. Buy — Houae* 

Wanted to Rantr-IIouM*. anfurali 
Wanierl In Rent — Miscellaneou* 
Wll: I ■ • 

W0...I 



PRANK la THOMSON 
Funeral Bomo— Eat*blls^ed if 11 
TW ^adf a. (*e«i to PirM united t iiurch 
Lady A*«l«tant When Raque*t*d 
Sincer* Oaptndabla Barylca 
Phone O 2113. Night or Day 

Oiatioctive Puoarai Serylca in Our Maw 
Mortuary at Modarat* Ooit 
Biparlanaad Lady Atundani 
•AlfDB MORTUABV. LTD 

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' TOUNO On Mf.nrl«v M< » 1« - Roval 

Jubilee lloM' ihI. .1 ini'-v 1 . . . h "d 
Ihlrly-flie years The late .Mr Yoiin'i; 
Wa*. hoi n In M.ilifitx. N<n;i .S'ii:ui. aiKt 
had been a reatdent of thi< provime lor 
Ih* paat eleven year*, and leavea to 
mourn, hu parent in Halifax. He wa* 
* meniher nf the Pro Pajrta Branch of 
M-.. < rtnirlian Legion 

The funeral will take place on Wednes- 
day afternoon, from McCall Brother*' 
Funeral Home, at 3 o'clork Intnment 
Kill he made in Colwood Burial Park • 

BGCHIEL-At Victoria BC. on .VI. I A. 
1910. Andrew John Berhlel. .ived 'r . < 1 1 > . 
•l( yeara. born In fare>. Olim. r .4 A . 
and had been c£aicl.n>i :n v ... , r 
the last lUty-three years lie w v.it - 
vued by two vuix. Dr A It llLi.ii'.;l. 
Vicion*. and Albttt J5,.54i;)lXfL In Saan- 
ich two daualitert Mr* J W Leiinux. 
Vic lorin. ami Mr^ W C f!eni;n». Han 
Antonio. Texa* 

The funeral will be held from Hav- 
warrt » Br Pyneral Chapel on WeclneMUi, 
May 30. n3<. at 2 IS >> ui >(' . n 

9. A. P Chadwtck, eaclatmi Internxent 
IB tha (aouly ptoi in Rao* Bay Ctmtury 



ttAYWAfO'S B C PUNkKAL OO. ltT» 
Be|*bll«hed 1M« 

«M 8r««Bbtao ^ re^c visMtla. B A 

Phnnaat 

c mpiro Ml« O ardan 7m 

O ard*B 7613 B mplr* 4O0I 



U.CALL BROS 
"Tha floral Funer*! Ho**' 
onto* and Chapai Coi Johc 
Vancouver Streets . 
Phone O arden 1011 



Cor 



a J CURRY * SON 
Funeral Olroctora 
Quadra aoo BroutniOD Btraata 
OHiil 



'V'OUNO MAN NBBDB WORK. CAN 
I rinva ear or truck. Plaaaa phona 

E S073 

\'OUTH. 34, A POSmONrOir^~COir 

1 panion ran drive Box ^'7^4 Cnlonist. 


pRIVA'TB TUITION BY BXPBRIXNCBD 
I coach. Phone O 1013. 

nOYAL BOBINBBB OOLLIOB. l«Bt OOV 
n arnaant Pboaa O Wtl B W Bayat 


M IIOIIO 


I7A PAINTPBS «NI> OECORATORa 


A LL - FAPERHA.NOINO DONE WITH 
^\ flunworthy woi. t fade, from tl 00 idW 
E 454J for aamplcs Paintlnc, lowest ratea 

IIAINTINO. paperhanttna: t*t cl*** All 
I • ork tuarantaad. BtUoiatfa free. 0 S<30 


I4A ffUHO 


oMurLM vruDioa-viouii and rtANo 
0 studio B Mill raaidanea 0 17at. 


*«o UNamo 


J^OBERTSON * DONALDSON PAINT- 
Ing and ahlnillng DonaUlsoti. expert 
painter: Robartaon. aspart rooter. BSOU. 


UTOT JgnOMAIIT. ami.. MUT 
■o. suidUh M4 BrMBblaR Straat 


I70 cABmrrBM. and oohtbactobb 


U OANOINO 



UP-ISLAND DRY MILLWOOD. ll-UKUl 
Unath; I cd 13 SO. 2 cd* 14 7S B liSl 

«»> yir CD.. DUYUAND 3 CDS. 1^45 
W^.O»y No salt »at'r ()..)iie-dry mill- 
WOOd. 14 26 cd OoTdwood. It cd Day or 
night. O 0233 

!ft'*i \ ' COHDii NO I FIR MILL^ 

'K'' ' .\f\f moaa innde ttr. 14. bkrk ilaba 

13 ^0 Coiwood Wood Co 0 4044 

iU| HALF CORU-BONE DRY OUN-' 
.UU can Hillcresi dryland irood 
OJ41I 

18T OROWTH. 4 *T . 14; BTOVB LaTH" 
15 II. 1 cd* . IIP. 4 c<)* lit 71 B ?6«2 

ffl»«> 7R OP-ISLAND 
I«)cerr wAod Co 

■| ST GROWTH. 4 FT $4. STOVE LOTH 



libtral tlUiiano* on your old bicyda ai 
^ part payment. 

When your bleyri* neads rapalrlnf, takt 
It ' 10 Padan Bro* , whcr* it will bo if- 
mtrtd by an asptrt. It eatta no more 
and aO aar i^prk lovtwraatavd. 



«J WANTBI>-IU»CBIXANIOi;g 

» RBP'TATION FOR PAYINO HIUH 
.a eat pri:ea for tag*. oolUea. tooU 
<to**«. luruuur*. ot anrtbinc yoo wub 
ta B l iP B tt a| Wai aaJJ maywbara any 
■im* 047U 



A NTIQOB BZLYBB 
^ Batt arte** paid 



^ Jlutat 



AMD JEWELRY 

8oa« tai 



FURNISHED HOl'SEKEEPINa l|OqM»_ 

a:il suite Keasoiiable ratea. 411 SM* ' 

Venieiues 41J Meiiiies O 7I4t 

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CAMERA 



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W* Have Buyer.* lor 1 wo or Ttar*a 
(tiHxl L'Md camera* 
\n I ( K.N I HI- i hort Street 



^ASH 



13- ROD- 
Mpha St O ni4 



Lawn mo«er.s sharpened. 11.00 Free de- 
livery both wav.. nepiir* reasonible 

PEDEN BKOTHERS 
Bicycles. Sperttns Oood* and Toy* 
1410 Doutla* Btraal . Phopo, O ill! 



^JU> QOLD. ^ 



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34 PIU)l^-v|<)\M iMKIt loKV 



DENTIST 



8WAKT OBB. D.D.B.. 403 BATWARD 
BIdB.. IM7 DoBflba 4l Phona B 1333 



OBTBOFATeiO P BtSIC.UNS 

OR VBRNON B TAYLOR. REOIS 
lered and licensed 408-7-1 Balmool 
Bulldln* Phone E mpire 7t2S 



^SPBCIALB— RBCONDITIONBb BICYCLES 
^ On* 14-Inch BSA. orltlnal paint, a 
real buy: two CCM double bar. 22-20. 
one lady'* Entllsh, IIA 60. four CCM 
Indies', til AO: two ladle*' at 131 three 
boy*' iuvanlla*. at l U.M aad tll . tS i and 
many other*. Harrl*' Bieycia Btor*. 71| 

Port. O 7824 

NEW SHIPMENT OK BRINDIA BICYCLES 
JUST ARRIVED DIRECT jPROM BMOUSH 
FACTOIMf 
MODBLB OP ALL TYPBB 
BARRI8- BICTOU BTORB 
7M FORT VniBBT Q :ii:4 



FATE.NT ATTOBNBTS 



W. BOTDBN, ItaOIBTBKflD rATBMT 

Atternjy 403 Union Bids. BOiSt. 



A' 



LTERATIOrra. ROnSE7lAI.<<INO. CON- 
rrete work repaira O Regan O 76t3 

O 2:ja 



\rTOLET POWKXfl VTODIO ALL TTPBS 
dancing 1111 Government St B 3000 



EPA1R8 

Thlrkell 



VI.IKFIATIONS. fltlllJJiNO R 
i'i.AniK a «piv lal'v r. 4fl2ri T ■ 

BUILDING. ALTERATIONS. ROOF HE- 
paira. brickwork, plaster, cement. B 0119 



I7E 



OARnr NFRS 



CSOMPLCTB LANDSCAPE (lARDCNING— 
' roekwork. ponda Btratford Oarden 
Oontlruetion. O 7IM. 

ET AN B8TIliATR~6N TOUli~NBW 
*J l»wn or any kind of cardenlny. Work 
luaranteed Bnr- h- ^ r 4347. 

WEATHF.BKTRIPPINO 

I)EAci MBTAL WBATHBRSTRIPPINO 
for windowa, deora Btopa drafta. 
rattles, save* (ueL 8 T. Lalgh. BtdM. 



It SITUATIONS WANTBD— 



FLOWSBt 



BALLANTYNB BROS.. 
1211 Dou*la* Straat 



l,tMITED 
Phona O lUt 



Wa Tolas ysBli ' 
COT fLOWBtB AMD DBUOIIB 



ANY FLORAL DESIGNS at loweat prlc** 
Pollock Bros. Uli Douglas St O Mil 

BROWNS VICIOKIA NURSEKICS, til 
View Dr.Mgn work executed, lowest 
prices We grow our dowers U ttl2. O 1521 

ARll.STIO PtORAL 
Flo nits 7S4 Yate* 

/ lUSTANCB FLORAL CO , 041 YATB8 ST 
V> o 3613 Attr*ctlv* dralant a apaclalty 

I,-«LOWER AND PERN SROPPB. 8 tdlf 
1 iifOT'j Douglas P<rns a tsaelalty. 
Low price for spraya. de*l*n* 



C1ALL E 074J »'OR 
•' d**t*ns Jei.l lU' 



rLORAL ART SHOT 

DyioB * dark 
Distinetiya- rtwanl Daalsna 
tit Fort Street Phona sau 

A. J WOODWARD * SOHB^ LTD 
Est*bll*h*d Itt3— 
Designs - Bouauot* — Flovara 
Anywher*. Any Tim* 
.store O i«14 Nlsbl: Q SStS 



ROBKRT8— Afttr a loni lllne>s. the daath 
occurred yeitarday nininnia. at St 
Joaaplr* Hoapltal. of Mr* Hilda Rob- 
ert*. aa*d Dflt-tliiee years She 
born In ftwerien and came to Vinoria 
twenty nine v..»r% mo Mr noberti 
I* aurviv'rt hv tvii «(>n». K<l»..rd A and 
David O K.ihertv of Meti liostn one 
SMSr. Mrs William Crawford. Virtotia. 
and one brother. Olaf Predenckson of 
Rookr . , 

Th* funeral service will take place on 
TueMlay afletiioon. at 2 orlork. from 
MrCall Bro* .funeral Home Rrv B P 
{Ihurch will roiidiK t the verMCe. after 
'VMleh Ihiarmeni »iii be in 
fliidfaliysrd. Metchosm 



rptlE POSY SHOP, ArtlsUc Floral Tribute* 
-a. 423 Port Street 

Phona O .^422 - Night Phone O 4«I3 



MONtMENIAL WORKS 



^TBWABT MONVMBNTAL WORKS. LTD 
k* Na 0 tar., to wort* 



T* 
Street 



1411 May 



Pbaoa 014U 



A RBJABLB WOMAN WANTS ROUBE^ 
-a a. work. Uc hour aitd ear far*. BI470 

MUSINESS WOMAN WOULD UKE POSI- 
t.on iiiiiii'«ii.on ho j»pke« uer. look 
after Invalid or any poal of truat. Can 
driT* car. HiBhaat rafartaaaa. Bas ITM. 
Colonial. 

1,'^XPERIENCBD INPANTS'~~NUR8E RE 
quire* po»t in refined home Care for 
new baby or teach chtldraa 4 to 7 yaars 
oM Reasonable aalary aSBaetaC Boi 

.S774, Colonist 



IAPANE8E OIRL WANTS HOUBBWORX. 
Will do anythina. Phona Bt013. 

i yNivBRBmr"' " " ^ 



work 



ORADUATB 
RoT S77S, OolOOltt. 



WANTS 



19 



HELP WANTED 



I>Arn ENnAGCMBNTS, PROPBBSIOMAL 
or amateur, mala aatf faBMlt. !■ Tle- 
tori* Phon* E toil. 



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rUWONAL 



AVOID THB UNtlBRiAINTT 
lasted proof before havtBB I 
pormanent Bert Waud* , MMl 
Phon* E 4031 709 py>rt ntraat 



VCCURATE LIFE READINGS, PROB 

lem* solved Satlaf action or no 

rhart*. Raduead raiaa Vo61u* Studio, 
Balmoral Kotal. 



V RABBIT PIS IS VERY DELICIOUS 
Prime young lender rnbbtl* 



l^th Market. 



t24 Yate< Street 



A.>keys 

:ioi 



!8 



0KESS.MAKINO 



I 1211 



CURlAi:;3. DRESS 



A. 

A J GRAY. REOI8TERBD PATBMT 

a • attorney 



O 6712 sn Pembroke 



J^.RNEST ^ JARVEH, J^^ J>^X.a 

Registered Canada and US 
Patents and Trade Mark* in All CouBtrlaa 
710 W Pender. Vancouver PhetMLlSZ.^ ISU 



BIOS 8BPAIBB 



TTMOS- 



L08T AND rOUND 

I OST - RAINCOAT. HEAVILY LINED. 
^ Krid»y. between Fairfield and city 
Reward Phone E 2747 

IOST— LADY8 BROWN PURsiT^SAT- 
^ urday nicbt. a4Mitainina about 113.00, 
lettart aad'kay. Phone Operator. B711I. 



T BPT ON OOROE CAR 
1.^ puree: *lao tIo\ -^ ^lnder 
3033 Donald Street 



SUNDAY. BLUE 
return 

Reward 



31 



MONEY TO LOAM 



A NT REQUEST FOR A MORTOAOB AP- 
i* predated See H C Holmea. Pember- 
ton * Son. Ltd.. 131 Fori Straat O 1134 

Art'TAMOUNTSOPlliORTOAaB MONC'Y 
avallabla at lowwat raUa: bulldln* 
loap* a speeialtyi repayment* to suit 
Quick declslona Strictly conHdenttal P R 
Brown * Son* Ltd. 1112 nroad Street 



'^V loan OR 



MOOKRATE 



reiidenca*. at • M» aaal 

Box ito. 



AMOUNTS TO 

an Oak Say 

Wrtta PtalrtTlea 



M18CBLLANBOU1 



SAWS ALL 
aumoud. I 
Oladalooa A' 



KINDS. PILED. SIT, 
a Pboa* W Baiarv. Ut7 



nn mMTBD wow> 

I* the Be.a Way ot Oatarmintna 
Buccal* of Your Badaavor 
tot 0»-io-Oato PriBtav 
■sadia Tow PfaUoau^ 



Tklafc" 



THB COLONIST 
Ull Broad Btraol PboB* O 3tl 



3S TO BBNT— MIMmLANBOUM 



CATERPILLAR 
' ^ txpert driver 



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BUILDntO LOANS A SPBCIALTY SASV 
monthly or quarterly paymenta Brown 
Braa. tit-t Pambarton Balldint 

MONEY AVAILABLb'fOR """"""" 
inortgagea at loweet rat* 
maa FoTm*n A Company 



U BUSINESS OIRECTORI 



rHTMNFY SWETP-W CALEY EST 30 
>eir« r. 143:1 Best servire value 

nEARN CLEAN CHIMNEY fWCEP 
Phnn* O 3141 11*7 Roae Btreei 



SMBOSSBD STATIONEBI 



PBIVATS STATIONERY KMBOSSCD IN 
•ry daatia or color The Coioni** 
Commercial Prfntin* D*pt O arden 4341 



10 



CO«H Na BV BNTB- 



St. Ifary* 



JONES There pi««»ed H*av 011 .Vlnv 17 at 
the Royal Jubilee Hoitpii.il llarrr Wil- 
liam Jonei. aged seventy. five year*, a 
nativ* ot Oxford. England, and a reat- 
dent of Victoria for fifteen \e»rs 1.,'r 
raaidanea, 113 Baaiion .street iii. 
■urvlved by hi* widow, ai^fl one son. in 
•collanrt. and one son. Cvril H lnne» 
In Victoria The late Mr Joiie^ »4s a 
inenibei of Kilwinning Ixidae No 12. 
A P .V A M . (ireenork n< ntland 
The remalh.v are resting at the Thomson 
Puiieral Home, from where ihe 'iiDrnii 
•III take place on Wednesday ariettr.nn. 
May 3d. at 3 10 o'clock. lUv Canon 
Bloektn offlciaiint Intermtni will be 
IB tha Col wood Burial Park 



V NOT HER PDPULAR CANADIAN OLD 

iini'v pri.t i.e daiire. Lake Hill Com- 

nuinitv I 'I " vv,-dne^day. May 30. • till 

12 Irvi 01 ,ll•^tra (lift Moo^t. MC. 

l.'ic • You II fujov Ihia ' 

VMof jint^RANn nij) -TIME dance'. 
AOP large hall. Wedn" day. May 10. 

t 30 to 12 JO ntewart v <):d Timara; boa 

Claley. M C ref re vhini-n ■ « 

C1RY8TAL OARDEN DANCE. EVERY 
^ Saturday eight. 9 to 13 Admladon lie 

HOLLYWOOD CLUBS SPORT DANCE. 
Ret Wood'* Orch**tra. Friday. May 
33. 3lc 

MrMORRAN'S. THE flEASIOB OAMCINO 
Pavilion, avery Saturday lUBtit, Me. 



Baxter * S-plec* orrhestra 

\f w 
a 10 



PROORE.S«IVE ^00 TONIGHT. 

12m ( io'-..r n meiit rt ./e^ Two 
1 1 no ■ t,n t J iio I » o 1 1 no \ > 

V^AITRDAY DANCES. FROM 9 TO 12. AT 
•' c AriiiT and Navy Club. Wharf Street 
Adm.v.inn l.Sc. free check room Ticket for 
excursion lo Saattia praaantad at aach 
dance 



\ LUNCHBON OR DINNER. JUST RE- 
iiiem.brr the Mayfair Cafa for boat' 
quaiiiy fobda Idii Broad SI. at Port. 

( CONSULT VICTORY PRODUCTS ABOUT 
' aaniiary drain board and flooring, etc 
E'timttea traa. O U77 

I ill) YOtr'iCNOW TTTAr YbU CAN borI 
i ' rnw II 00 to 11,000 00 on your dia- 
mond*, lewelry or anything of value at 
PACIFIC JEWELRY A I^AN CO 
Uccnafd Pawnbrokers 
1313 Broad (epp Colonist) Phone G 2724 

I<^C7.FMA. rrCH. PIMPLES. PILES— TRY 
d fl orae I.ee s Chinese Remedy t38 

Corf-.ir: ■ ~ ... - 



rU>OB SURFACINO 

HARDWOOD PliOOR 00. 707 
Johnson, rvducao price* O 73t« 

U'ESTFRN FLOOIt 4»4 OOROB ROAD 
Old or new Boor* B tttl 



iO ■ DIESEL FOR RENT 
Bnx S771. Colonist. 



39 WANTFD TO RFN'T— 

.MIS( KI.I ANKOl S 

U.'ANTKD TO RKNT-PART 8TSNOORA- 
pher'* olTlce. privite room. extenMon 
phone mo<lern huvlnes* building Box 

.i7jH. ( ...i>tllM 

40 FOB SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 
4sa" wmjvauTm^^ -■- 

SIDNBT 8PBBDT BBKVIOB 

CALL US when you n**d lumbar for ratic 
'Ins. tldewalk* or any lob around your 
hOBM. 

SIONBY LOMBBR 
a Mil nil Owyaraaaai Bi 



Tha Obaapaat Traatsattatlds Molbod 

— Blda a Xaltobia Bicyeto - 
Obaoaa On* from Our Stock 
PLIMLBT ^MXKSOL, AU VUS- JX. 



ITQVn AND BANOBB 



NUMBER OP LAROE-SIZED KITCHEN 

rao***. In exceptionally tood condi- 

MIm. 

ttlM. 

ELBOTRIC RANOB. HOTPOINT. WITH 
kitchan heater: both like new. Cheap 
for quick talc. Phona B OOlt 



\;*(M OOOD. NBW AND UBBD RAmiES 

IMPROVED SAWDUST BURNER - BIO^ 
ondary air assure* completa combustioo. 
eliminates creosote, furnace model 150 
rhacker A Sons 7Si BrotKl.ion 

McCLARY RANGE - THE POPULAR 
"Oarry" model In wblt* anamel fin 
lah. O-hola top Water eolla Bargain. 
III. Hatt't StoYO Work*. Ltd.. 1331 Oov- 
emmant Straat. 



MALLEABLE MONARCH RANOB. WITH 
Silent Olo oil burner. I4& 00 O lUt. 

RANOB. PliTBU WITM oil" BURNBRi 
IJO. Rani*. tawdiK buraar. 



BouthalL 

aoi Fort Stratt. 

KANOB^CASTUia* STOCKBO POB M 
different rangaa. BO Bard««f» lit 

Fort 81 



,JMALJ, PAWCETT RANOB. WATBR- 

front. sieel top. enamel door. 137 10 
Carter s Wove Store, trj Port St B3M1 



sS» 



40X 



MIBCBLLANBOOa 



\WNINGS AND LAWN HAMMOCKS 
Pactory prices 720 FIsgard E 0&31 

HAROAINa-^ONE HEATTY. ONE BABY 
Electric Waiher tusedi. Taylor Jk 
Co . 731'. Port 

HLACK SOIL. ALL VEtiKTABLE MOLD 
Exrellenl ferMiier fiee of >t.,i.e« 
Sidney I.imiljer. 21 Id (lovernment Ci:'.I.S 



PAOIPIO JBWBLRT * LOAN 00 
Licancad Pa*abrgSc(t 
1313 Broad St OppoalttI CMonlat 0 3734 

I^'^NGINKJtimPVMPt taAROC CAPACITY 
Stau Aflc*. Boa 1001, Colonist 

N~ 'OT.ICBI OLD OOtO'^B BtOHBST 
premium now paid by Stoddaru 
Jeweler. 001 Fort 8t tnaar Ooytfamant) 

VVAjStbD '- TOOLsi PURNITUM.~AMO 
* ^ lunk of aU kinds Phon* O MBS 

ilT AJ^TED - FURNITURE. TOOLS AMD 

*y ann * elotbint for c*Bh G till 



OUSBKEEPINO SLEEPING KtlOMS— 
Modern. II M. II 00 a week Ya!* 
Room*, 711 Johnaon Street Phone O Oi2l 

HOUSHUUPINO ROOM. SMALU 
iladta. if, u a BaoUaad Avaaua 

1 AROE FURNISHED BBD-SimNO 

r oin. open fireplace kuciieneite. 
beautiful Mew Suit bachelor, ot luit- 

itt>lr t.>T Mij.lin <i 1070 

MODERN. SINOLB, QUIBT, WAKM 
houae. at P*rk. 4IT TantOdyar. BMN. 

V'lCELY rx 

etts. *ll 
1320 Yklea 

N'ICB. BR 
(lie! el( 

Mr 

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/ICE. BRIGHT. SUNNY Ri-K->M GAA* 
tl2 00 month E J4«tl V:\ 
Mrtisies Street 



* V 



FURNISHBD SUITE. 
Brhrata 



,7 .MALL 

roiivaaiati 
Pandora. 

OT REtBN'S APT8. 131 COURTNEY ST. 
Double and *.n(le huusekeepin* room*. 

'I'wo oiTthreb rooms^right and 
• riean conveilfenr** Ills Princk**. 

Stt< "kit Sinal* and DoubUi "taalai, - 

•3^ > Mf fi,,n. adult only lt3l T*\*a 

HUMBOLDT. NBAB OltTiTAL 

O »tt4 



riardcn: modcrat*: quiet. 



42 POtLTBy AND UVE^TOl-B 

1.:* POL'LTRI tNL iUPPUCS 
,^UR SALE OR kxCHANUE FOR PUL 

nith , 
Phon 



lets, Fitmith .^^| >^i^^r»bktH/ Btturad 



1 

and youlii 

HATCHINO BOOB ANO'CHICKB. WBITk 
Wyandoit«a. ilao Red Wyandotu eroaa 
Broody bOBA f 01 **le Corbelt E III I 



I H H I LINDEN. CORNER ROCKLAND - 

I w 1 II Briahl room: a**: aU found. III. 



U FLATS AND APABfWfi 

TO uKNT 



4tB 



BURSES 



X'UtlNG SADDLE MARB FOR 
1 .sound and broken to harneaa 
O 43SI 



BALK. 

Phone 



liO.aM.VIA ST. 4 rooms 113 00 

Sl ITK No 1, Orcar and Mo*a St* , 

1 rooms . 17 jta 

sun E No 2 1744 Kori SI 4 rn..in.v . It it 
1921 FTRNWOOD RD . 3 rr-.n v n .0 

SUITE No 4. loot Southtate. 1 rins 17 .SO 

P R BROWN 41 iONS LTD 

1112 Broad B, Phon* O 7171 



4 > 



t?C 



1 



X>R »ALB 

PbaiM Bteto 



CATTLE 
- OOQU- P AMILY 



\TTRAOTIVB 
moderata 



clean, 
E t2«4 



COW 



42B 



_ COATS 

I/OUB NICE YOUNO JUANNY^OOATS, 
*■ tood milker*, just tre.slieiud. 110 tacb 
Enoch DAUtan. cobble Hill 



4IF 



ocas 



HOST ON TERRIER PUPPIES FOB SALE 
PtJti bwai dad Pl wm a Ot tH. 



nOT WEATHER COMING I PITY YOUR 
do« Hav^ him stripped, trimmed 01 
washed at Secord Kennels. 3217 Qutdra Ht 

^PHINGER SPANIEL. I.SOO FOX TFR 
^ rirr. 13 10. Collie*, today only, II aO 
Pet Shop, 1411 Doutla* Straat. a»73l 



prlvala 

A. 6 JO ( 

aeOHw* 
alahad tiUiaa ti ^ 



POLLT 



■rti 
hath. 



A Il-'IA. 6JO C(»)K Hkjn MOUERATB 

priaeo Hww room • turmabad aad oattw* 



data to Idvai 



A VAILABLB JUNE l-MODCRN. PMO* 
V idair*. 3 bedrooms, overlooking park, 
faclnt tOUth NortroT* Apt* . Park Boule- 
■ tirt, at cook 

~2rP*RTl"f'^^»-I^HM8HED V tfDii 
t\- rooms, from 112 60 to lltBB tMI 
Pandora Pitona owner. BlttA. 



A T MONTROSB 
(uiia witb ail 



APTS. — RIRMiaU 
eawyaa l aBaaa. 



AT ObTMPia IMS MAT. 
^ arlthi ttia r aew ffBtahad toitia 



4;a 



CATS 



t SOOD HOME WANTED FOR BEAUII 
vl lul allvtr trey youat cat. famala, 
B4074. 



4tl 



MIBCBLLANKOOS 



rXJR SALE-ONB HORSE. HBAVY WAO< 
ton. diamond harrow **t atasls hay- 
nei* Boa 4ltt ColonUl 

^EVERAL OOOD BINOINO OANARIBSl 
1^ *l*o. bra** (Intlna cage Reasonable 
0 44t7. 

PAIR LOVELY LOVEBIRDS ALAO 



TWO I 
avia 

chirk • 



ry 



Will trade for 



raiisries 
1 : 1«<1- 



47 KOO.M A.ND BUAKD 

AT tiEAION HALL, LUXURIOUS AO- 
cooMMdatiea. c«l*laa HBtaaallad Tabla 
«ut(U aee»pt*d Mr* Roundlne. B Itl3 

A COMFORTABLE ROOM. MEALS OP- 
' ■ tional. home cook ma tJI Burdett 



mOOlU TAB 

OH. PROT RETURNS. BBOOTMIY 
British tax Agent, w r Pry. Ltd. 
London Olespeckar. Ill PenibertM BdMI 



OmURAMCB 



L^mt AUTO INSURANCE 
r Fra*«r * Oo Ltd 1333 



SEI LEE 
Broad St 



J^^RESH 

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OF P 

ay 33. 7 

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LtM— Paatad away on May It, 

Royal Jubilee Mosi'iial itfr'i 
Illness. Mrs l.im Kwrns I In .k.-.i ii(iv 
yeiirs. a native of China iind « rr .,|rin 
of Vlelnrln for twrntv «e\en vear« Ute 
reaidence. I13« Piward Street She Is 
survived bv four anm, Lini Yuen Duck 
in M*rrltt. B.C. Wallace (i.,,r>',. «nd 
Harry. In Victoria, and three dsushier*. 

Mr* Chonx Dot. in Vanr . r Hr 

Mrx neome t... '\]yn < 

May It. and B*tty. at heme, and «ll 

irandi li.lfii en ilnee married suters re- 
*lde in China 

The funeral ha* b**n art*n*ed to take 
Riaaa Irom tha Thomtoif Funeral Home 
on TlHiyaday aftameon. May 2«. «t i 
e'rtoek. tntermant will ha made in th* 

Chinese Cemetery 

OOWNBS— At th* St. Jotaph * Ho*pit*l. on 
BatarSBi jtB TB l Bd . Arthur Down**, axed 
aay*nty-ay* yaara Th* late Mr no»nr> 

was horn In Shropshire. Enalsnd. and 
had been a reaideni of thu nty (or the 
last aev*nie«n yaars, and (or many years 
a ■ raaldf t 0( Ba*katchew*n He I* 
nMumad by a brother. Frederick m 
Crighton. Saak : Mr and Mrs J R 
Symonv lifelong friend« and wuh whom 
he re\ided at 1412 uliver Street, alao 
nephews and niecea In Bncland. 
The remains are rratin* at M^Calt Bro* ' 
Funeral Hotne and the funeral will take 
plara on Tuetday moraiii*. ai ii > clock 
from St. Mary* Church. Oak Ray Rev 
CanOO A. B. do L Nunnv «!|| rondu.'t 
tb* atrvlc*. altar which interment will b* 
In tha family plot la Royal oak Btirtal 
Patk. 



^COTCH DANCE. THISTLES. R 
•'^ Hall. Broad StrMt. Pridav M 
o clock refreshmenta. . Admi<>ion 

'pHE Little Arcilc |ura has clicked 
' And Carter * music can 1 h» : K'd 
fhinas. you find, to Ilk* a million 

Re Saturday ai thi* day parilK^. 

U~EDNESDAY.~lirtT~~f7r~AT' I " P m"! 
meeiina called bv the ortanlsing eom- 
ml»'ee of 'he CCP All members and 
friends requested to attend Cadboro Bay 
Pavilion 



13 



WANTBD— MALI WU^ 



pOY 



POB PRUtT PAMM. 
vvk and do houiatkark 

rtjlnnisl 



TO 
•IM. 



XaiDQUtST— On Monday. May tl ms at 
Ihe family residence on rrrndsle lii>.iri. 
ther* paaeed away Eather Lind«ui>t. a«ed 
thlrty-aiBjit year*, balored wife of Gor- 
don A. Ulndqulll. The deceased was 
Ixyrn in Klrkhrlde, Cumberland Rnaland. 
and came \.\ fansda twenty. six years 
aao For the pa*t nineteen years she 
had baaa a raaident of this city sh* 
l**y** to mourn her p*s.<lng. her hus- 
band, and ana aan. Oordon Albwrt one 
SaaBhtfr, Btlhit trHkai tha ratidence 
her rtliler, Mr. jnmlllday, Tittaria: 
threo brother*. r»an. in rio-ons*. BC 
Jark. in Vancouver and Marrlfon, ef 
Victoria: on* aiater. Mr*. R S Beer her. 
of Victoria 

Tha ramaln* are rtatiRd"1f n«t Sand* 
Marlnsry, UC — 

Wiii fed 



H EC OMR A PINOER- PRINT EXPBMT 
Study ID apor* Uma. Boa Stlt.^olonlit. 

/ CAPABLE AND TltUSTWORTirr TOUTH 
^ 'non.*mobtr>, vark on pdultry ranah. 
120 per month, with hoayd. Ban ttlO. 

Colnnui 

\IEN MrCHANICALLT~IMCUNBD TO 
train as Diesel enalneera Pfeal np- 
portunity If you can qualify. IUf*r*n««a 
required WrIU Box J«tJ. ColonUt 

■IIAN WANTED FOR RAWI EIOH RoirTE 
»'l of too families Write iod*y R*w- 
leigh Dept WO-llt-SA-R, winnipta. 
Canada 



/AUR 

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R EMPLOYMENT ST8TSM IB NA- 

on wide and free to men who qualify 
under the Hemphill D1e<et training system 
Information free to men of good character 
Phone R 13S] oe write 12* R.uhhT Street. 
Victoria 



OEUABLB CARPENTER TO BBTIMATE 
k ^ coat and apnroaimat* Mbm It feMM 
* hom* Ban t74B . Oo loBirt. 

W'AMTBO — LOOOINO TRUCK with 

vooo.io«.a aontract. Apply Oien Lake 
t.oeein a Co . Oanat * Harjmr 

\YANTED-3 crrrraA vo OVT wood 

BOS^|lt7 CnlnnU' 



14 WANTri> IFMM.EHri.P 

^ ' ■< Apr 
I/NERnmc WOMEN . FOR 

T'^tnt «•!>* pronaaitMii: iotl«tri*a 



«i>'iirer'«. Hudson * Bay Owl 

SHIPMENT OP PURE MAPLE 

*9K? J<K.*"1?- ^''0 Conftatlaa- 
14M DonsUt at. Phono 8 Mil _ 

FREE omTBRT — O 3411. TOUR 
lunch, our own frtth froian lea er^am 
Morris Keraey Coffea Shop (Carmeicrisp). 

COLONIC IRRTOATION - INTERNAL 
BATHING 

nEALTHFDL and rejuvenating Treat- 
ment for tha bati* causa of all com- 
plaints - constipattas. Ortduat* aur*es 
Superintendent. B if Uonard. R N , po*t- 
grsdu*te Mayo Bros. 13731. IOd-7 Camp- 
bell Building. Vlrtoria 

HAVING OIL BURNER TROUBi.ElCoR 
taking It oiif> Doni' Oinrsnteed 
r*sults or no charge Ms. Kst r 'o»:i 

MOWERS GROiM' n>FK np- 
ry Walteg- Key .,p 7|» farx 

^I^ABEL ORR (INTERNATIONALLY 

noiitlai 

McLEAN-8~BAKKRT~TWO STORES. 
1104 Doutla * St and im3 Pandora Are 

X'l'WM - REGISTRY FOR UNDER. 
»^ graduate ruV^ea opened In Victoria 
Nurses Interested call or phon* Mrs 
Thomaon. ' Strathapey," 4*0 Dallaa. Tlc- 
lorla B 1717. 

PIANO OR OUITAR LESSONS OIVCN 
for good knitting Box »tt3. Colonist 

YVK ITERS '—SEND POSTAGE FOR FREE 
"~ Information that will help yon In 
atarkatinc artlclea novel*. pl*yg, ver«e. 
POatry *nd cartoons We Ma»e direct con- 
laal with Ea*t*m publlthart. 
Lltarary^I ^ 
Vaneoom 



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J liver 



a asnBiT' 



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TMa rtaaa eg Work ai>d At* 
tent Tr>n wi;i Be PtaatSS 
WILD onr PfTort* 



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OHdl 



PyiB tt BB mh a a raphws 



UA RAIKDRESSKBS AND. 
. BF.Ai I V SPBCIAUBTB 



WTTHODT MACNINB 
^^^laalflalky La Pranoa Baauty S 



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4 TTRACnVB P»Tm rvaaonable individ- 
•» n' s"enllon Rohe'ic n*in>i O *S^J 

EX- 



IN I myj^T . 
Mr* 

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T I ArRDRRSSTNG IR TOUR ROMS 
I ' oerlanced operator Cmpir* 711 

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El.»r-TRIcrTT PEP MS 
sirru'ting '\r 1 



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LAWN MOWBBS 

J WORTH. t3t JOHMBON BTRBR. 

phone E 7051 - Try our rrw lawn 
mo»er grinder An e*^y riinn.i.i j..rj at> 
sured eiiarpen. adjust, collet and d*> 
liver 11.00 

AT PEDEN BROS, 1410 OOUOLAS' 
_nhona OMll. lawn B>ow*r* ah..rp*D*d 
FREB DBLrVBRT both ways, II OO 

FjSLVBB BROS. LAWN-MOWER ~SHoP 
^ Ouaraataad kaan cutting edge on your 
movar. It ftaa dal-y 1431 Broad EOOM 



UTBOr.RAFHINO 



rlTBOORAPUING LfTHOORAPHINO 
^ -ngravlng and emoos.Mn* Notbin* too 
I*r8* and nothin* too small 
ery i* your advance agent 
f- nitne » Publlal 



mce **en 

ahijj^^^ 



Your station 
Tha Oaloalai 



P(!BLiO STrNOORAPBEBS 

1/THEL 8EYMOITR. J 01 CAMPBELL 
' Building. Du<ir!as Stre*t Pbun* 



/ CANADIAN Western Woodworkers 8a .hes. 
^ doors and general millwork G 4012 

riOOD SE( OND-HAND LUMBER. BRICK 
1 etr 1 ..'S foil Street Fred Durrani 



THE MUOHEWHITTINGTON LUMBER 
COMPANY^UJMITEO 
Bilabltthcd 1893 
T AROE STOCKS. RIGHT PRICES Lam- 
I'i ber. millwork.' gyproc. ma*onlt*. 
shingles, etc 

You are rordinllv in-.'-d 10 visit O'lr 
MODEL KHCHLN at Bridss and Hillside 



(SAU. US |euR FREE Cti'l IMA I LS ON 
repairs to aU makes of eiertrie waah 
era No obligation t>hon* 0 7iii 

DRUMS-41 AND 90-OALLON DKUMS 
In tood condition, alao furnace doors 
Reasonabi* Orlce* Capital Iron di Metal*. 

Ltd . 1832 Store Street Vn torlt, B C. 

IKi:llX PRESSES, BAND SAWS, rfc^ 
' llirkman Tye H.inlware. Ltd O 8137 

ELECTRIC APPLIANCES lUSEDi— MOF- 
ftt ranca, 110: vacuum elaancr. lo 7s 
waahlns maehlna for bachalor Biria, 119 7. s 
It-pound Ullor Iron. MM: hotpUtaa. 7tc 
I H D Matnwarlna. 1» Port St 

Tj-^ARWIO POISON BAIT .^FRESHLY 
. ^ made to Government (orinula, 10c lb 
1 or I lbs 2.'-c 'The S'aneUnd Co. Ltd 
;4n Fort .S'rirt O 1914 

GOOD »I7,E. LITTLE 
del C'luaranleed perfect 
Wi'lrox Limited Ma.>onlr 



1,'HICJIDAIRt 
ii»ed. 1934 model tluaranleed perfect 



.Speriall\ prii "A 
r*'tii[iie II '1 nr 



F an: 



|,X>R 
3636 



SALE - ENOU8H < PEDIGREE i 

folding butty, with atorat tboat, W oo 



;soLDINO Ob-CART WITH SPItlbtGS 
babv'a bath 
Phone O 20M 



- OUR BUSINESS IS BUILT UP BY 
SATISFIED iCUSTOMERS 

N O 1 AND 2 KIR KLOORINU. SI lUHT- 
ly u**di bartain pric* 741 Pieaard 
sir**t 



I.-SOL 

r 14 babv'a bath labl*. 17: twtt icreen 

I, "OR 
1 rh( 



HIRE llo.TITAI. 
\s.n. 'able- ■>;,■; 



J.'^OR 8AI.F rillU) .S no C ART 



REDS. WHEEL 

Dr. 1, las T 0481 

PHONE 



Alo.on 34W 



I^AVB MONET ON MILL WORK AND 
O lumber Be* our apeclala Buy from 
R A Oreen I^imber Co O 7tl4 

- NO 
740 



/ 1 GOD 
' • **f*. 

70O lb* 

1 ENl'INE JERSEY MILK 



COHBIN;* T loN KIREPROOF 
A I 'r.'itor approilmately 
cash rr ce (27 00 O 3734 

10 QT8 II 



HOUND USED LUMBER. CHEAP 
nallv 4 X 8 X 36. 3 X t X 16. 3x3 
Monterey Avenue O 1041. 



L1HINOLBS. XXtXX. 
k3 Datitel Box Co . O ItM. 



PRXCIS 

40B ri/ITHINQ. rt'RS. SHOES. ETC 



r^LBARANCB OP UBBD CLOTMINO AT 

\J •• 

I re 



^Tht Baiaar." 367 Port Street 

rpwo surrs, brown tweed ovfr- 

II 'tailored to order' also under- 
lies r SIS tool mn- Br,« i"7. Colonist 



4«D FUBNITURS 

/ |AK BXTENBIOlT 'table "^AND ~BIX 
chalr'ii. 133 60: nice bedroom suite, 
in Id. Holland Broa. 731 Port St EOtll 



and crneral 
QMdaa I63S 



strictly confldenttat 
Aulh.irs' (T.snusennl* IBV 



WINDOW OUISS 



rVIMOOW OLASB REPLAOBD ll 
vV shortest notice Auf glaa* rtPlactd 
whlla you wait Meilor Bro* . Ltd lit 

Wroughiop ".treet Pimne Q itoti 



WOOD AND COAL 



WOOD .WOOD — 

RUT TOUR WINTER WOOD NOW PrlOO 
due to go up on si- oint Of CdBP 

In l-cord lots, all iir and tlabt. navar 
..^.1 .boon 4n aalt tralor. 
|imu» ILMKk. MM CD . Y ODB til 00 
_ AOBMT8 TOOBOO TIMBSR OO 
Phono BS7M " MM Doustot St 

ABAHt.AIN FtJR WOOD FROM DUN- 
can. already spill, first tra4* heavy 
tiab. misad with inaidi Meckt. dry anouih 
to burn, atov* Icntth*. BuarAnt**d atvtr 
In (alt «tt*r: full mtasurc. ipeeial ' 
1131 cd.. 3 eda.. It Bol* I 
Ai M*ye Timbar Co O lOli 

BIG SALE DRY INSIDE BLOCKS 
and bark slabwood from Duncan tl*- 
mill. all fir. 12-inrh. never In watrr, easy 
•p|;t. ready to burn Ooog iwlca a* far as 
millwood Reg 14 00: HOW IS 3« Cd.. I cds 
It 26 O R. Fuel Co O 0330. 

BIG BUY - READY-SPt.rr MILL- 
'OOd. mixed with Iniide bioras and 
larta alab* Ail fir and has not b**o in 
»at*r. 13 00 large cord Bois*.4ry aord- 
waod. U-inch. It 00 So** -aaali M.TI 
ton u p Dan f*. B 7tlt 

BAROAIN— SOORB ALL-PIR SlJkksi 
itefi insid* hiry-k*. guaranttad. 13- 

4a . f>«rer in sail water. 1 cd . 12 76. 3 cd*.. 
1140 Agent for Kapoor Mills. Ltd Etlll 

DRY UP-I8LAND~MILU 
orda. 14 M B 
IIM B MM 



A 



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i*. WO 



Tha Lanest Stock of 

UnTER CLASS- Cvd iMmltura 
on th* Island, at 
WILLOWS. PLOWMAN CO 
TM Johnten St Phon* O 4434 

PIrtt Stor* Op Prom Doutlks 

9 MORE'CHCflTBRrtELD 8UITE8 JO BE 

sold one moderiii'lic 'r.»\er iiserti Call 
at Heaney Storage Co Sold on tarmal 
Act quickly for a bartain O lltS 

4dB MciuCAT^NSTB 

NB FULL-SIZE PIANO TO CLEAR 
194 60' r*rma a* low at 110 down, 
balaaea arrantad Third Plddt. ■udaon'* 
Bay Company 

PIAMOS^AT RAROAIN~PIU0ttl ~ PIRST' 
elaaa plann*. well-known make* such 
at Halntrman A r-i o»rhsrd Heintrnan. 
Willi* Player .Str'.'d. H'nrv Herbert. 
Weber etc Prices (rim flB Third Floor 
Hudson a Bay rompsny 

PIANOS, RADIOS. ORGANS. MUSICAL 
laatrumanta of trtry deacriptlon. in a 
treat alteration tale. Fletcher Broa (Vic- 
lorlsi. Ltd 

rpRAM.ER CARAV/tW, WELL BUILT 1300 
pIANO ACCORDION. BOPRANL to- I rifle n-.^ erdt'e and ' 8" Bireet 

A boaai exe*tlfnl eOBdltHm. Ifi Box \ 

'DENNIS RACQOBT POR SALB. BlilT- 



/ 1 ENri> 

■ ' esrlv 

rj RO.SS A SONS. 729 73.1 PANDORA 
• Avenue Where a hard-wearing ena. 
met y required on bathrmma, kl'ehens. 
furniture, both outald* and Inside, floor*, 
etc , u** "Cilitx," in baauutui color* A 
C— I— L product, made by makart of Duco 

lERSEY Mn>K~IO QTS II. EARLY OE- 
•» livery Orade "A' certificate Phoo* 
G 3140 for free sample Dallodll Dairy 

LIFEBUOYS, L»PE^ 
F Jeun* * Bro . 

S'fi .Inhp'oii Btreei O 4tt3 



IAUNCH HOODS. 
^ is->;"'« (end"rk etc 



Ltd 

MAN'S AND WOMAN'S TBNMIS RAC 
'uets. t3 6d each Apply Baa t77v 

Cnlnnm 

X'EWS FOR THE DEAF- JOSEPH ROML 
Lid repsir« all makes of hearing aids 
Ardent* arid Te iionophon* tlv* marvelous 
results Free demonttratlen 1011 OoT- 

errment 8'reef 



lylM.E. 22 CAL II 7S FIELD O LASSES 
I i It IS 8-nower prismatlo Itaaaat. 117 60. 
gents' watches 9^r leleare{>»t II 10. radio 
lubw*. 60r new nloo tire*. |l |0: gtetl 
flshlnt rofls. II 3 1 mi-roscopea. tl 71: 
Walrham and Elgin watches I4 7.S; ltte«r 
ttylt aptctaelti to *nlt any eight. IS 79 
Aarnnaon's Cui-R*te store in?! no» t 

HEFRIOyPATOR BARGAINS A BMAIXr 
siTc K'l : s'.ir li'O This m*chlne 
IV pew and s real baris.n Also * «ix- 
. ihir fon- .ire for I34J a «n'. ing of 135 
Murp'-i Ele.-'r c Co . Ltd , 7V1 Ya'ev 0 17:3 

Keminoton" JTTNIOR 12- 
J in;nr 117 ^« Rent t2 month 

See" OUR WAILPAPERS BEFORE BUY- 
.IreTT. 

SOI 
t 



tional. home cooking 
A> en ue 



* BRUan Ho(JM. UKEAKKAfil OP- 
- » t.onsi sai.ise nice Io<«li'v E 7071 

i r 710 LINDEN. JUST A NICE HOME 
• » .or business people E 4917 

I SOAR!) AND RESIDENCE. ON THE 

I » tir M. St Cl 

sfler 7pm 



A T MT BDWARa PVRMIBIIBa 0M> 
a fumlahod: waakly rata B 4033 

4 LVIN-IJQDERN. HEATED FUR APTS. 

»» ^s^ Iwo blorln town 1009 Johnson 

\TTRACT1VB SUITES. FURNISHED OR 
unlurntthad. Ban Aoaord ApU. OtIM. 

'Mast Ooar M B?ayytl|tBB Mi Tanw" 
BBVB^LBT BOTBL APARTUBNTB 
no Talaa Straat afl Douclaa 
piUaUB RZCaRSIONIBn, attbntioh 

.A —Badrnoms. houseki 
Miliar by day week or 
watar. heat. ate.. fr*a 
JAB A. (MUPPim PtBBL Bim 

B'rIOHT." NEWLT ~bECORATED.~SELfU 
cont*in*d. uniunU*h*d aultai twn 
rooms klU'lienetta and bnlfefdasi 
I eat Rockland ditMM. aaap lown. 

sonable E 7tlt 

I»ATCHEI/>R APARTMENT FOR LAOT— 
'» 1- ely location. 1605 Elford Str*«l. 

K To«: 



I 

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RIGHT APARTMENT, NfeAR SBA AND 



Cadboro Bay. Phona Booot 



/COMFORTABLE HOME FOR BUSINESS 

' g rl Private family, terms moder- 

« 'e c i-.y !i f i 4f)?n 

/ 10.SY ROOM AND BOARD. 17 00. NEAR 
' , r.i r 37 Menriea 8tr**l ■ 

1^'»RONT BtD-SITTINO ROOM. IfUITABLE 
for two al.^n iniall room reasonable 
board 428 Vaii>ou\er Street 0 7188 

/400D BOARD AND ROOM. AUSO 
^ < Urge unfurnuhed housckeeplna room 
with kitchanatU: evtrlookint Baaeon Hill 
Park IH Cook St. Phbnt O TStI 

LADY OPPCRS N1CELT PaSNISHED 
■J bed or bad-slttlnt-reom: eood board.' 
reasonable 1030 Johnson St O 7166 

I YNDENbT BOARD- RESIDENCE: REA- 
*.< sonab i* rates let Michigan 

/ JNE LAROE FRONT ROOM. TOP 
^ ' floor la raa front roam, battfai floor 

board. If required O ItM 

PRIVATE HOME. PERMANENT OR 
I transient Low rattt. wholaaom* food 
N>ar beach, park. Walkint dlatanca 
G»r«g* E03tt. 

I >LBA8ANT R6oMS.~OOob~ BOARD 
« closa. In JO* OByt in n wn t B t475 

ROOM AND OOOD BOARD IN PRIVATE 
horn* ao*a In O 3470 



/1I.OSE IN. "TREBARTHA.* ItM VIBW. 
^ One Mngie. one very alttBdUyd Sanbln 

Rwa.sonable O 40^1 

I kUCHBSS APTS - WELL-PLANNBD 

I ' modern 4-room suile. private entrance: 
ground floor E 1940 or 0 7760 

I^^OR UNniRNISHED APART MEN IS Ap- 
ply at The Royal Truat i i ' j Oov- 



ernmenl 81 E 412|L 
leciion nf 1 and 4 ^ 
and Oak Bay 
to |40 per month 



W* have a (<><xl se- 
la. tha 



rM-KNISlRD PLATS. III. lit. 130. 
i- Tr*ntl*aU aaaammadttaA II. tM 



Montrtal 

I, 'BURNISHED 1-ROOM Sl'lfr oTk 
Bay. near sea and bua O 1170 

HA R R^o ATE APAiniBrTir UM 
Reach Drlea^ Oak BSP. fSBp IW^ 

nished. exclusly* E tSSt. 

VACANCY. PARK 'MANSIONS/* 

^ ' tM N Park: larsa. fully fumlahaC 
privata hath: atodarata rtntal BtOTl. 

VjUrrSB TO RENT. PimmSHED AND 
k^ unfurnished. Balllmora Aparlmenta 
New Janitor aerrlce. everythint IdVfiy and 
cl*aa Rantal in to aad «». OastBS 
Rfindall. O 7341 

tSAvoT acANBidMC~aoniubR pmu 
3 alahad Baniaad If ra^ulrad O dtM. 

SOOTT APTS.— OOMFORTABLS 3 AND 
t-room *titt*s: light laeladad O 03ist 

n^HREK ROOMED SUITE." VERY BRIGHT, 
I s'eain heated hot water *a« s'o-e. 
Mt.'hifsn. .lames Say 



1 230 . ss n 
f TNn.'RN 



■(^TRATHSPST.- 
K3 oayint aaaat. 



4M DALLAS ROAD. 
B37dT 



1007 



OOLUSON ST.-BRIOHT CLEAN 



BOOMS TO BENT 



* CLEAN FURNISHED OR UNPOR- 

• \ .'o- • h.^r wirn Suit working girl 
■" ■f' '• ' F 8470 'Reaaonable I 



THB CECIL ROTBL 

BRIGHT OUTSIDE ROOMS. REASON 
able rates 1313 Blanshard 

/ 40M PORTABLE ROOM. CHEAP TO 

\' p*n*iener> brtakfaal optional; Jamea 
a*T dutrlet Bot MTJ. Cdlonlat. 

|.,-«URMSHED ROOIli OR BUITB8 TO 
A rert. from 13 60 weMly up New Bna- 



l*nd It 



113 Oorernment O atM 



PURNI . . BEDROOM. OPEN FIRE- 
I Pjae*, ,e-. '. 17 monthly •tllColIln- 



aon Btreat 



T HB U 'EL DOUGLAS 
TS OPnCRINO BXXREMELY LOW RATEB 
-A— ^or transient tnd permanent tueau 

Inepectlon Invited 

U'ELL- FURNISHED. AUNNY TWO 
room aulle sea nIVr near park. car. 
beaeh very ouiet alao airaae Phone 
O 4'iJ7 



IHHKU I HOCJl 
halh 1017 Cook Street 

ESTHOIJ^E ^ 



ll» y 747*. 

B. HEATED, 
a 14*3 



ll'ESTHOIJIE nnTTt^ 1417 r>OVT. 

Newly derora'ed aparinents. fur- 
nished, unfurnished *r**tiy re'i i'-ri rataii 

'BDTTBS FOR RENT ", 

P^irnlahad and Unfurniahed 
PBMBBRTOM * SON, LTD 
Ml n>rt St. Phona Oiltl 



•I AND 4 ROOMS. UNFURNISHED. OLOSB 
'* In hot and cold water, beat 3113 

Wurk Street. 

1 1 11 OALlJtS ROAD. OVERLOOKINO 
'<'*'*'••« dattrtbla famutoad anitai 

adult* OI4I7 

7(17 BLArAr ARD~bllOUNrr FLOOlC 
> RW.H. flreplare: all found. O tlM. 



S5 



BOUSES TO RENT 



I,K>R RBNTy-SMALL OOTTAOB. FOUR 
f ti w t , witR batbraam at ItM AmMtMR 
81 net dan ittT Oak ■a» Avaaua. 



UA 



FURNISnko'DUPLBX. 8 BEDROOMS 



^'L and glltl 
School Ownar. 

A 



kitehan: alactrit 



«tov*. phone, tarat* Maar St. Maraarat't 
fNt Oladtton* Ayaaao. 



711 V:'» S' 



BMrTTI 

r 0018 



G 47IJ 



SO 



BOOMA. WANTED. 



tOB 



OMPDBNIBRCO 



FIVP ROOMED BUNGAIiOW. 
mio'ites town and park g*a. hot- 
wsier le«!ini gsrsge year or longer lo 

r f ; , J, (.,# ' ^111 ri' f , 30A3 

\ WATERFRONT HOME.'tkkEE B^D- 
rooma. wonderful yi'wv. satdy beach: 
gg* garage ItlS (Tresrent Road 

F BURNISHED PriUR . ROOM HOtlSE. 
acre In vecetables and fruiu. 



miles from lewn. on ba* line: 111 
Box ttl Phon* Albion tSW 



thre* 
PO. 



^Ol. BABY BUGGY. 

tion. dark trey I 



TENDERS ASKED POR 
stock flxiur-s. icalaa, 
••c. 1140 Oak Rav Avanua 



PERFrr-r CONDI- 
S Itanris F 8700 

GROCERY 
«18>>ft ). 



I ADY WANTS 3 UNFURNISIIBD ROOMS. I t s,;BwiniMi~e ftTT A «■ m mau^ 
\' loea.uy not aMaaSMB tM aanth \' '^mTt^rW \2s taaTrtS? 



Box kl34 Colonist. 



bo*ai eiecUfnt catidltnm. Ifl 
6011. Colonlit. 



RADIO 



AOABTNET RADIOLA. t TUSiS. WON- 
derful tone. A I condition C*n b* 
**en at lie Joa apb S traat Pbona B Mtl 

pSBD ELBOntIO RADIOS PROM~il4 .'IO 
^ E«'y 'e rntb. lamaa on Electric Ltd El 171 

"yoi-R RADIO IS A dRjcateInstrd' 

1 men have It rtpairtd by trained ex- 
pert* Th» Bar" gpaclaliaa* In Orat 



A m 



^ SPECIAL 
dry flr block* an' 



IJONB 

I> cord 



DRY riR MIIXWOOO. 1171 
ord Semi dr* Ir dr»land. 13 2S Dry 
m*id* block*. 14 00 Bone-dry Arat-grvwth 
cordwfWvd 13-lnch. Id 00 dfy. 4-ft . 14 36 
Taebe inch dr millwood. It tO Dry ktnd* 
lint t?» mbir fe.1 »« cord tutrantred 
Ronald n Hnpkira Wood A Coal C«. I 7014 

HEAD SAWTVrT eWMV MAI A 
per 'jn't i B 

a it«i 



.-J, .,., .,. 'St r»u,,;» ijjs 
a Quadra. O UI4, ] Palntot * Sank tit Oori 



quality rapair* Pbona E7I1I Mr._pfo— t 



laai 



■ BO 



rvlee mab' 
-Third floor 



1 aon asoRM poil birb by week or 

laJeysp month Aaronaon 

Slora. IMt OoT't St o 4733 



»•■ wrRSEKt trorm piawts rrc 

iTB BALX- QUA.NT 

taaa aad. radiahaa 



CSOR IMMEDIATE %hlX- QUA.NTITY OP 

r eaobaaa 



ilti oarncB 



Apply 



HSOR BALS 
<rwTai Btltna eoet 



MAMVfeA 
OaHoapaS 



S C EI.BCTRIC 
»m.PNATE OF AMMONIA 
<30-. WATER SOLUBLE NITROOENi 
FIVE POUNDS K~ ^ I M 

■TWENTV FIVE POUNDS || M 

POI-VM-. ..tlJS 
OAf i-f.rARTMEJrr 
B.C. BLICTRIO 



T'ENn; 

' ley IS', ounewx • B IMt 

\'~»ACUOiM ~OIXAMBI~ POR~RBMT ~ BY 
'"2^*' •O O* We datlvwr and «al 
ie^ Phona B awtfw MH 



t-t TfTLE -nfFY I.A.TT ■ NFW REMTNOTON 
»» oor»sb!e. «49 ".o terms arranaed 
Ltd . Ml Owdan St . 



wai^mtian Rand 
OMIt ^ 



51 BOIiSBBEEPING BOOMS 
TO BENT 

BRIOIIT COM POR T AB M ROOMS. MMO 
trodat tattoi, asldl 4IB BtllneUla 

tu 



ATTRACTTVB BBD-STTTINO ROOMS, 
with kitchanattaa. aiudla louaaat Vary 
auiat and t oatfrtab l a Pram lliot 
month 1114 Boaklaad Atanna Otm 

'\ NICE LAHdS. BRIOVr. AIRT. PVR- 
^\ ntahad BBntt k at H ns 

E vm 

T 




^» fir 
Bsiperior 



» b Mka 



nil sroaa 



Wart 



• tMl 



KILAfORLET' ^ 3- ROOM SUTTB. 

th eantral tU 

(BIOIOS PDRMIBRBD 




4 T 914 COU.INSON - CUMM. BOMMT 

/a ri 



aom. walking distaiwai 
IMI 



AT PBNRTN 
■ arm - fumlaiMM 



iak*aalna 



A^ 



IM* TATBS - COMFORTASLB. 
pMity hfdt »at»t, 13 M week up 

A t T»3 view' Sr - HOUNEKEFPINO 
* » rooina '. hloek from tp'tf' • '■•8* 

1 E HOUSFK 
i:jO Vafi'-o.jver Street 



G l4St 

'■|'»o~rbmt! 

I medths. 



eantral 



PURNISHEO. FOR 
fiTe-room gtuceo b untal ani . 
o lorr 



OAK BAY 



40i 



NEWPORT AVE fully fumlahod. 
4 Contain* sunroom. drawlno-roon 
and d'.nlnr-room aia bedroom* and thraa 
bathrooms Servar. t s ouarler* RA' Wtlor 
heating Overlook ng f>*k Bay golf |lnkt 
with vi*w of tho watar WaU-kapi aavSaik 

MARA. Bdn A 00. MV. 
M( Part St Taiapiiaas BflM 



UNFItBNIsaRD 



|-.JRIOHT I, AROE HOUSFKFFPING 



rocm ij week 

«OMFORT ABl.K 

r' 




rUHHISRED owruR 
ealta* B tIM t ««t*r 
it baa yat«« 
« ootti 

'•^iM St;lTES 

ryois BJTZ 

OlUA 



III} DFLTA ST. I rooms Ill M 

1211 NORTH PARK ST. modern, t 

rooms. 'Water Included) tl td 

1741 SIXTH ST. modern ^ ro<iyns lit* 
litt TILUCTTM ST. modern 4 rna IIM 
1»00 HAULTAIN ST modern. I rwia ll.M 
>M HIAGARA rr modern. I MORM 

'water in« luded ' 
lilt BALMf^iRAL RI* modern, t rma III 
371 SUPBRJOR ST . modern, t rmt 
144 HOWE frr . modam, 1 gtigmg 

inr •^^ 

1101 HARRin-T RD . modern t rma 33 *a 
1124 GEORGE ST. mo<1ern. t roosns 3t nt 
ttci Jt;Rll.yK ST modern. 7 rooma 3tdd 
I }*^« mxmnv^r avb . madtra. 1 

rooms .... 

MONTEREY AW. BtOdom. 7 

mam* MM 
»* WETXTNOTOfg AYE modtra, t 

3114 nENTRAL AVE. modern, d naa M.M. 
130 LmntN AYE . moSarn, • rawaa M.M 

P R BROWV * 

iiu - - - 



/ 
0 



LTD 



17 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., TL i:SlX\V. MAY V), 1936 



17 



Mart 




Property for Sale or Trade 



SUBSCRIBERS 

CXjt<of>tm«in ateatwrt «ho wuh 

adMTtisar ii oWwv Nwy mail ihe» 
r«p<iM to Thf CoianM «nd The 



UOthLH TO KCNl 



65 ALTOMOBl LfcS 

- i - »-in ' - -L-j- ^^yyfff* 



.» BLSlNtSS OPPOETUNITIBS 
. iCopiiaaadt 



UOUSF.S FOR 8 ALB 

ICMUBIMdl 



CHRYSLSIt ■M' 

m (iitr* IliM r«n4itl 
bf«t of fir b> one 
•n I r . . 

XXJDOB TniJKINU Urrntrrl, 
n(fc bdtrrr, runniita firti 
fit* . , . 



UOAK— A rour-cyliiHl«r4/iKNnUL 
Hat had th« 

(Ood tins 
ex 



wrm 

•M mod- 
Prldddrr 
thtt part 



CHItrSLSR « 8EUAN Condition 

etptionaUF to»4. with mw 



iirti 

MA8TKIUB 
M Taut 



MOTOR 



CO LTD I 
Phont K1>«1 I 



1144 Sftvlow Av* 4 room bun(«lo«. 

furnace. Itiht lln^rt . i;0 M 

SMI- -OcwvntMent St.— • rooas. tur- 

HM. larMM tcM MMtfittMl 130 M 

1741 U»ak JH —t VMM. fanaM. 

UTM* . .VT. MO.Ot 

HiTUall at.— f rooau. I Mtfnbtai, 

M4«ni ,110.00; 

11 0Mk 94.-0 roomi. 1 bttbl 

tiNoa 




tM Vtort 

' iXCfOlbRI APTS. Sttltr O, 
r«em. cai itnv*. hrai, light 

*i.i^r iSTi diiii' I '.' roonM. 
ilii<1r< hrai, li(lit and water ... 
OHELBUURNC ST , 4 rooma. 3 



ont 
tAd 



bed 



IIS 0* 
IIT 10 



J u;j:i 
vx\i 

VXV2 



CKRTIKICn VaUli CAK8 
CHKVKOLJrr 
Miitrr "6° Ardan 
PLYMOUTH 
D* Luaa C«u#a 

DODGE 
Ot Lux* S«4aa 

Da Uuu Xidor . 
DS tOTO "f 
Coupa 

BUICK 
■pacial Sadaa 



«st:) ' 



U Ht* room*. fuHr ftinildia^ 

rrn .ii r'.fiy «■> lat pump. 
A ml honn* with a b«.tin*u 

ita WHv 'oik rijiiimrn cl'sr 

t'RS!;i:Y BuaiNEsa. about r> 
Oali Bay: Uirat mo4*r» frcan- 

l<ou**>. fully ilMiliiii lulomaHc hratinT 
Tao rMOiM-d roll:>iir ('mod rtaMn far Mtl- 
,n( a A.nfK- price I.A^O kliplf tmwtt. 

TtrUt (iulilMii th H( O 44:'] 

^UBUKBAN OROCEHY AND ( rj.NKEC- 
— t.Bmm — Wtll-eitablithrd lamllr bu>i- 
DM4 in esecllfnt location, and milr lor 
lala on account of familj' reatoni Claan 
iteek around 1500. aA4 v«rr compleu 
rqulpiilrnt Rant >M, Include* coed livint 
quarlrrs at rear of ttore A aaaifnrtabla 
liviDC i« assured and the price It r mit al 
only ^;*iO No InfoniiHliiii over ptionc 
W J Ci .'lilir.d * Co i:ni Biuiiil »l . 
Uarden 

MJKNttlHISD ROOM- 
IE all ra 
Pho«e O MOO. 



riiHi mm 

L lalow. 



situ.iled. Oak B>y 
Uhed. all thrauah 

diiiiiik-rooiii. upen 
ba*emeiii. furnace 



■rVOOO BUM- 
aU rooma Wall 

toul!i B»:iutifiilly fin- 
l.arcp iitttuiff room and 

till 1'. A. • I iiviirnl 



rnwu 10 KCK>MBD 

-^Aa - JMMaai 
houaeltrepioa 

I TP-ISLAND 

ii.'O'luc.na 



rooia. tUetl, Uled a.nk in k.irhn.. : «l: 
U\tn4-roacu with bardmood nooi« coo- 
vaalaat cwpfeaarda. Nothtea akimpaS 
nhced. wKh aroundt male up raady fo^ 
plantiv, rrtct 13.1)0 ROBERT ORUBB 
H COMTAinf. Jll .-^lyward BuUdina i 

A* WONDERFUL BAROAIN j 
'BLL-BUILT RKSIUENCi:. Eaquimalt 
Road, roatainiiic nice Inini-room 
with nraplaca and btaatiful mantel in oak 
laraa dimna-ioaa) den. kitclien. 4 b'^ 
rooniv bailirooin. ba>emeni. (tone foundi 
tion 

A.N ACliK OF GOOD OAROFN HOIl 

navata. neii-' 
trcvt. roek aardalT U 
prae4lrally iivan away at . 

8WINBRTON 
m Brauaktwi Sirtat 



|,^Rurr TR 



rxclutl«e Aientt 



1007 OOBCWBBr "T' BofcB Of; 

X(7w 1 la A 1 cQiitfltlaa; lleanea VXO«J 



•aoa MOTM oonTAinr. 

O 1144 OM 



OBNTRAL Ays.. 4-fMM M^arn bun 

aalow - . . t.'2.io 

LIMDBN AFTB.. 4 rooma. 1 bedroom. (2j 00 ! 
OAK BAY AVE, Bedcrn t-ra«m du 

l»l»X /L . V. 12 J 00 1 

MENzibs ST., wrMltB ■■<ani mats- 

2 bedrooma 7^ IJ7.0O 

SOU I HOATB ST.. l-room tfiiplaa, lai •- ^ 
atokt. iKraaa 113 OiT 

WIIJ.IMOIXJK APTS. 4 rooniv l-i'i 
wofMi ti ora. Prialdalre. electric »iove. 140 00, 
!f\U * RD.. 6 roam*. 3 bi-dtoouu, . 4 
■«raa<. furnace '.'Y I to 00 

A. A. MBHARXY * CO. 
M«tary B«Mla 
■itafV— Iiia«iraoeo^^4Na>ka— Bon d 1 
Port BtraM BltOI 



BUICK fiEI)\N -Pour Star 
A beautiful da luse 

BiodrL .. 



Ye tea it 

Like he« 



TEAROOM AND REVENUB- 
PTOperly Nicely l<irti#d 
m piinuldir reaorl Kor tile *• a b«i ai,, 
nr eMiiaiic for other revenue protlu ihk 
property. Virloria or Metcltoain dtalrlct 
OrtalU 00 apaUatlaa. BafcC MarBtrni M 
Oa. Ud.. ISO* Blaaahard St. 



$800 

I. ■ 



dltion 

_ , roeni 

TOURIST HOME AMD J furiim Ni-lo! l«w laie, 

on invrsttiient. lavaral U^laUaS-kiui'r X 141111 • 

new. for »«lf. 0«|M. Utmin * 0». " * 

View Bl 



V'ICTORIA 
aparihieftt 



BUICK 
littia 



sgpiMiaiBWi .par, 

two- 



A 

rasi 



HOUBMB — ATi 



rastal aarvtea. 

HDBTKBMAa. 
OOS View Street. 



'AUTMBWT B 
•BUMTIOII, fVK- 
0»>l».teta 



I OQ 
Phone E 4141 



(RIGHT. T-XOOM BVNOAUyW. 444 

ladflmon Vacant June 1 ' .iitii 
lure al aarrlflce. If desired O S141. 



, , .1 

BSaeX SEDAN..Pour Slai. 
perforitian'-e Complete 
with ' trunk 



PORO I 

bored. 



SI 050 ' l] I B " ^ manupacturTno ' 

*- — ■ • "Painev buainaaa Purchaaer will be fully | 
I natty ' 

OiMd flujatt. 

$^15 



Iaa4rueted OaaB BMapd for proBuct. 
D. Ooiiyera tg Oo . ISSI Doualaa St. 



BBTAU 8fO«M 



IDAN Coijr star. Jiut i 
Eki rp'ionaUr aoad 



AMOKninrr op^'S^nRi 
oayib>immkb'icotom. lto. 

Bttlek and OldaaaSlla Cara-O.M C Tracks 
Otp 



1SB 



MRS JOWITT. m 
tiid hith-f ia^a ciyiu na 

rlUpo- nt lywiin' TO inrknpis. 
cuari't • 



110 



■OTBU. APAI 

BOOMINa aouiBi 



St at Quadra 

Victoria 



Dlpc.i 



r^'lOR RENT - EKiHT ROOUBD HOUBB^ 
partly furnulird. in buttnaaa a*«tlo« 
I nf Dunran Splendid rooanliw and board- 
I 'iia house proposition Rent rtaionabla 
I Apply J Marsh. Dunran 



OR NEAR OfTrn COMPORT 

4t)ip MX room hmi^e »rh Oie 
tin '-•■ piece hai'iiuom Qaiaie 
■ ml frui', lri'f» 
REAL COSY UTTLE THHKF 
room bunsalow, splendid con 
iile and o it Three piece bath 
Nil tub" t'»ll c'-ni'iit baaemeui 

MOD- 

rn four-rootn Saanich bWMa- 

low ihree-pleee bathroom. Larte lot. 
lao I U'O c'li. Ken house Low laies 
Handy 

PAIRPIELU. VBRY CUi%t IN. 
nice street- and walklnr dla- 
I laoce K:ve-room buiiialow, newly done 
over in<ide and out. Spanoiis entrtnre 
'hall «ith fireplace, lane livini-rooin with 
fireplace, nice dlalna-rooro. two bedrooma 
ANTIQUtS ''with closets, waab tuba, three-piece haih- 
for Immediate room, part baa«aMnt_«amented. lurnace. 

Hiot dOw-tOt 

BAUTIPUL HOME OP ELEVEN ROOMS 
vitii wonderful unobstrucud view, 
laraa craalta Breplacea. oak ftoora. auto- 
asatlc oil* heat, three bathrooms and wash- 
room Double larase Two lots Cn^l 
about lUOO'J Oprn to offer .s<im»b<idr 
will let a araat baciain on thla lovely 
hona. 

L. U. CONVERS * 00. 
lOM Douilas St 




IIHOO 



BEAUTIFUL OAK BAY HOME 

WItb Lovair Vlawra mt U% and Motwt 
Baker. Near Ike Golf Links ^hu 
very tttrartlve houae ronts n* setcn 
ruoni< Thrie is s Istse i braiy or 
iiiorni|U tuiiroom (acmi to«ard> iiie 
Hean Threa bedrodMIT - JIM water 
heaiad. PrtM ta 
•ala. o« lorflM. oaii' 



MMO 



«ra»t«d — An 4>ah BaiF kunea l ow. faWr 
modem and new. up to 14^00. in ex- 

' I'lwe for a Vancouver 'Dunbar 
I ili> buntalow of i rooma and at- 
■ic space, value, 14.500 -Mortiage, 
M.MO. 



Ha*e yaa Impreved arreate oith >mall 

huuve to tt.ide (oi r.n^ .'.>-\ . 1. 

Iisll rciideiK r i In .• I 1.. ' t ,1 
and near park* I aeeMeni in«ria( 

I .eitw a. Vntaad Ot' •4.i00. HaHiaaa. 

■~T *Wno al 0%. 

I MR. HANDYMAN 

A butca.ji for you -aood 4 -rl 

hoii-.- i>.i cment. extra de«p ' i.^ 

"r:."'".'""*^ $500 

(voTBBB - Oook. near Nouh Paik 

•r.S. 



$350 

HI UHO\V4 n\y C lio.- « rf- 

ts. f. rln«^ III. In* : f i om "i ' ^ ,\ rf 

UP ma II T bf s ii: 1 f ull y Ueed. 92fiOO 

niid up 

TheB.C.Liiii&lnvestmir 




..ifl m m 

Harry Malonev. of Stanford. 
Hopes .to Bring Squad 
' Here Next Sprma 



1 .Slates p«rtlcii>Blion 
rveni was dfcldfcl 
' iiiAjonty vole and. 
' quenea thf Usk Jt 



in th.s vfar.-. 
or- a Miui; 
iLa a cuiiAC- 



"We expact to have B-Brltlsh Co- 

liimbi.A Rutibv ntKrn vL^U Call- 
foniia duiuig the Christmas, holi- 
day.s. 
from 

province In the Spring of 1937" It 



I >r Ihe mutj Bthtetes was an 

arduous one. 

A man who ha.s traveled exten^ 
alvely. Mr. MalB ney vtotied Aus- 
tralia this year, affd was pnviteged 
to »ee ihf Au.strah»n DaM-s ('\ip 
tenni.s players in action i^ueMioned 
!Ls to the Aussles chanios in tiir 
North Amertcft sone final Wiih the 
' Ued SUtM, Mr, MBloosy wf* in- 
clined to favor AUBtrallB as the 
victors. 

While "down under " he was im- 



pressed' with the number of excel- 
and hope to send t fqu»A | | p „ t playing rtelds. and the amount 
Su nfe ed Un l v aaatt y ta th is of natural abilitv .nhown b\ the 

' Auiitrahan athleie.s Alter a clo!ie 
study of the situation, however. Mr. 
Malo n s y . sapraasBd the opinion 
that there appewMMo bs a tack of 

finesse in certain of the kthlete.n. 
and apparent sliortaRe of proi)er 
co«clu)i(? Hp did admit, however 
that with such splendid facilities 
and such a volume of athletic 
material. austrBlia shun Id soon ba- 
sen Itself as a leading contender 
for world honor.^ 




^ 1LP.AN 81» -.JU30MED 



BtNUAlXlW. 

St anley Ae enao. BS7H. 

ipouR- RooaiiK>~i<%BXN Hoi/siTiio. 

. iioisvor- 



10.;. 



a Apply 
dale ear 



F^OR REITT SrVXR-ROOM BUNOAliOW. 
larafe. Haultain distDCI Box 4714. 
Colonist 

^i^omi' ibQoaup ibouttB Alto srcocta. 
•T ts«s Nooth Park. tia.Mk laalvdina 
watar, UtM . 

p40UL BAT-BBTBIf KOOMI. AU. MOD- 

*■ arn ceoveniencea; woodanul rtcw: 
100 OWBor. OOOII. 



TWO r.X('f:mo.NAL BARt.f'3 

- WIIJ.V8 rrjUR-DpOR : 
3'.7M Mllaa. 

C • 



new In every respect. 
A snap at 

■jQJM GRAHAM KOtlR-IXXlR 

X vO-M. Run onl> 11.000 mlltt b 



owner. This' 
quirk aala 
at 



aav la 



AV. 

V.) 

a! 
01 



EXrHANGE— REAL ESTATE 



/4HAR 



p. 

BltRh AH 
chaaae Snaps 



OOCRN nOUSB TO RENT 

h»r Hirrel. tultabl* fnr fam 



0 

Vie* Btraot. 



444 QUB- 



AK BAY — BBACH DRIVE. ATTKAC- 

ti\e modem hMna. niao iMatlaM. mod- 
ste rental. Halatmuui, rwsiis M Co.. 



rpo REN 

1 houte. 



RBUn^— PAIRPIELO. EIGHT-ROOM 
kultable for superior roenilna- 
houae, nuratnc bOMa ar large family; near 



ri^HREE ROOM 

I r'lmvaled. on 
SI14 Quadra 81 reel 



RBCBNTLT 

Hlaeara Street V Apply 



Phone E 4944 



KtO MICHIGAN ST S-ROOM Bt'NGA- 
•)'X*) low Easy »alkloa , distance to 



town Krr«hlv 
at Vfara Ha' 



namtnl Fleiit 1 1 K 00 Key 
* ( ■> «40 Port Bl 



i> RIMOM HEMl BUNUALOW, EXCELJJCNT 

*' condition. Madlna Straot. Oaraae. 
furnace. 1-lra Ba^t^ lOiS Broad. 



W> ..«.t Ti ', ' CliHSJLiltt 
rar< In r.'i'>n^e ri'>n JfoU arO COf* 
(1;ally Invited to rome |a and inapMt 
oyr excellent tio^k 

NATIONAL MOTOR CO. LTD. 

til Tatoo at ' Phsaa OSm 

Osas ■vaniaai 

SPECIAL HOUOAY/ PRICES 

Cclabraic the >4tb la/ a Dependable 
L«w- Priced UaOB CSf 

$f»05 
$225 

MORE TO CHOOSE PRUM 



EAGLES. 30< 8AY~WARD 

kinda of property to ei- 

for ra^lh or exrhanue 

EXCHANGE CLEAR-TITLE . HOUMKU 
linuae. Victoria, tor Saanich prot>erty 
Box S332. Colonist ^ 

ANOE 400-acrf: PRAiRrr KAri.i^ 

city prijprrM- Boi .76*. Coloi i.t 
PIVE ACRE-S 



I pi 11 III 'J. 

81200 



BUYS A HJLLY J-URNISHED 
(ive-roooaad biuiaalo* on a 
'ireet. cloaa to ear Una. Oood 
i/iw tasea. Term*. 
OWNER WILL 8SLL M ACRES 
«ith a larie ouantitv of cord- 
vood. on KOdd road. 13 miles out Pive- 
rr>oir.«d hoife outb'nldinc. tstase fruit 
tree* lour arr^. .>| bnt' ji:; laml Terms 



for 



I^IARM 
riart, one to two arrea. 
POttltry 



EXCHANCiE POR 
aui table for 

Box MIS. Colonist 



■OUIBt FOB lALB 



OPEN POR TNSfTKTlON 



INDEPENDENT INSURANCE 
AOBHCin. LTD 

574 Yal's Sireet " Phone G IHil 



A 



NU.EI.V PI A.NNKI) NKW 
BI.MCMo.v (iiN.SISTING 
I ROOMS Willi ALL MODERN PEATUR: 
MONTEREY SCHOOL DISTRICT 



LUXB 

'BTAMD- 



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fHfVRoI.FT 
.SEKAN 

1*44 Alini RN CONVERriBLE 

riHPE 

1N4 PACKARD 

ROADSTER 



CORNER OU 
1 30 TO 4 P M 



LOCATION NORTHEAST 

VER ^^■r) M' npiij. 

TIME SUNDAY. MAY 17. 
PRICB IS. 130 

AN ObDBR HOICB OONBIOIRBD AB PAST 
PATMBMT. 



P\ Ll PHM K POH A PtMlH- 
rooii>>-d biiniialow Sit tins -room, 
cliiiiiix roam, one bedroom, two-plece bath- 
room, kitchaa aitd pantry. Gao<-alaa< lot 
with frui4 iraea. Loeatad cloaa ts a atw i M 
district 

*i 1 (tn-PIVE-ROOMXO BUNi.Al' .>. 
HTUCCO ' '«^-4 llmiB-room «ith oi>en firei.i.i.f 
I dlnlnE-rnom two bi-Mr'ion hn'' r » ;i; 

" • ' icpaiate toiln. kuihcji i.,i;,im im 

ithed attic that ran be used. Extra larce 
lot with food fruit Irera and berrica. 
Garase and outbutldlnts Located muhln 

ii.ilkiiic dl«tanre of ahoi'i'int ...t;'..- p i. 
real tood buy 

rouR-noo.vKi> new .s i l cco | 
buntalow livlni-room with 1 
open fireplace two bedroomji. three-piece I 
bathroom, kitchen ailh built-in features. 1 
Garate atuccned to match houae Lot { 
00 a 130, on lood street with low taxes 



REAL FAMILY HOME 
NORTH QUADRA 

SAANICH 
HIGH LOCATION— LOW TAXES 

■cjufiful ritwi o*ar city, sc4 and 
country, i lo'ely quarter icc gjiden 
with Uwn, Howari, ihrubt, shjdc 
tract, fruit trt«4, bsrrisi, ate City 
but farat, naar tchooh, nice 4urround- 
•119 bomag and gardont, wtot 'face, 
bifh eidvotioii. Tliit fisd oami-kiinga- 
Isw fcsMO cdM^riMt difflit rssw u and 
hri~ciMiple4e bariirooMt. two garaget, 
full camant basement, furnace, te>- 
eril lirepUcev etc E.e'ythmg in A I 
Condi l id B, intide tnd out Cks' t>il« 
IdMBB^illt pottctiion Full price 

ONLY #:t.uo« 
For intpactien, "Saa Ray," care of 

L M HOSEVEAR & CO LTD 



vkM.> Harry W Malonrv quin- 
>pokcu and Iricndl^' director of 
minor wpdhi at Stanford Unlver- 
.sity for the past twenty •savtn years^ 

speaking. ^ 
Here 011 a vacanoii Ih.tt will ^.st 
for approximairly three mtrtith.^ 
the Dublin Irishman, vrl^an ol 
two wars, stated yesterdf(y after- 
noon that ihe AmertcM football 
coache.s have a nuicli inore friendly 
fppiinK toward the B«me of English 
llian .1 ti vC \c,irs bko Mr 
Maloney aUnbuii^ ihL*. bellrr fcrl- 
ln» to the tmel that the men tois 
were galntnc eertain valuable iii- 
iormatlon/rfom the EngllAh game, 
more (Wlicularly Hie l;Urral pa.s.s 
a ooiymon thing in the Old Coun 

MAPE GRFAT STRIDt.S 
Rugby luu made great strides In 
the United States in the past four 
years, according to Maloney and at 
.Stanford where he stx>rts di- 
rector, a.s inaiiv a.s eightv playpr."i 
turn out for practice. The boys are 
Ahowing keen interest tn the game 
and derive much enjoyment from nine years. Norm WaUaoe nifes the 
the workouts, he stated. I fairways of the Macaulay Point Golf 



umm- 
mm WIN 

••B" Section Softball Lead- 
ers of Last Season Take 
Opening Fixtures - 



IBM WALLACE 
K0« TITLE 

Defeats Jimmy Simpson to 
Gam Sixtli Crown at 
Macaulay -Course 

For the sixth time during the la.^t 



Tigers, last season's Poodle D9« 

Cafr.'^ and Printer's Bruins, cham- 
pions and lunner-up. rr.speot i'. e> 
in the "B ' .section peiuiant rhase 
during the I93.v canu>«'S'> oix ned 
their >euri;rnt seal's jiljur jester-, r 
day evening wtth vleMrWir- 

"Tipers came through with n Jl'l — ~ 
victory over the Toro t'lettiiers at' 
Vii'iiirla West Park, and '.he liiclinen 
trounced the HpUywood Club, 1-1, 
at Stevenson Membrlal Park, 
— Pushlnf over two run.s in ths 
opening frame, the BeniiaU took a 
lead which tlie> never lost in their 
ftxturt with the sinart. To^p q^psn- 
ers. 

Score by InningB— 
Tigers . . - . 300 MOt»^ 

Togo CIr,-\i r- ](M) WK'HOS^t 



BRUINS WIN" 



S|)eaklii(: 

M' M .'..f 



of 



the 



1936 

1 1 



Olympiad 

T ■ . ' ^d 




,$1 ISO 



BQOARB DIAL REALTT 

ini Bf^OAD ST' PHONE O 4>11 

"UOMBS BUILT ON EASY TERMk" 



*2i Y*tM St. 



H BATH 



B4M1 

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THE MOTOR 
Oil TaUa St 



HOUSE USED CAR 
Open Evenlnsa 



DBPT 
Bi7» 



AN BXCEPTIos \ : 



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$350 



n WANTBDTO 



lUSBS 



UNPUBNISnD 

IjVWR OR pivR RooaoD iiotJnr 
^J^jj^ Jeaton«blr ^ rent^^^^Ogdl^^^^ 

•1 tCabtBit BISOBT8 



CLOSE 



IJIOR 

r Glen 
jigbt . 
VTM. 



SALB OR RBNT— BUNOALOW ON 
Lake, Lnston entrance, electric 
In naarlr tw* aaraa. Owner. Box 

Colonlat; _ 

AT 

for 



r\'ANTET> - rttRmsHKD oonrAOB 
v\ 



Prospect or 
Bummer montha. 



.Shawnisaa 

GUM. 



■A OOnaOBB AMD CAMPIIfBS 

X 

FT. 



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r ni 



T CAOBORO RAY HFACH. PORNISHBD 
eotlaiea. week or month E (74^ 

SALB OR RENT— 4 HUOM BUNOA- 
low oo waterfront. Royaton Beach; 

room, two bodrooois, kitchen. dl»- 
bathroom. city llaht and water, choice 
1S.Sa3«i.a Apply Bob *r>i. 
lai. 

BAV^^^B- 



>R RBNT AT rOKLWVA 
Ushed four mom i-intaaa, 

water. ir< Phmi' r i<\ft 



PARKHviLi.E orry.Ra run, BANOT 
bescli. col 
week-end 



rurniKhed 
low tatea, 
Bw Harnaoo. 



eottaaaa. Bpand 



Al HiNERT Bepalra. Rac'd beMer wwtd- 
er^Marl2jJrooWorks4l^anjbro^ 



AUTOMOBILU 



-TWO BATO .OMbT 



A". 

BTiSt. 



rPEAL OBANOB TO BUT A WBLL- 
nado autaaiobiia at a reasonable 
Tlraa la nod awdUlsB aad up- 
la alaaa sad MrvlMoblo ahape 
A oat tfeaO VIU slvo biIIm ol astiafactory 
oai iopoaBails traaapactatMB. ' U you 
art oOBiMo rit a abansa br all aaaM lee 
thlo opIOBiM tar. 1ta«* as tieo . yea a 
a wt O saO say akHsaiioa %• 
iBlaOo «Mi 4l8*wBoal 
IIN 



vooAT^ wmt mot 



LTD 

n 9* QvaWr Traaasortation 
Ittf TalM Bt , O 11M 



AoTO BraonB Ol oood ooMomoB 
To elaar. 811-ton Packard. 14); 7^. 
ton White track eniine, 17). twln-«li 
PscKsrd. 140: InUrnatlonal two-ton. 114 
We haye apare porta foi the follnwlni late 
model ears in stock l974-:io Buirku 
"adllUti Obarrolat, Cbryaiar. Oodao. Eaaaa. 
Mdial "A" rard. fladaaa. BupoioMa. Jew- 
044, Paiea. Pantiac. Raow StadoMkar. 
WUlM-Knlsbti alao a laraa aaaortment of 
truck parte: 8 H Uros. all sirea batteries 
•obaratoea. starters Nash sedan, like new. 
|3S0 Pre.tldenl •' aerlan new battery 
tires. ttjO 

PACIPIO AUTO WRECK niG OO . LTD 
an view 8t Phone C 7S3i 

trrtTfopalipHoiirfiBr" 

work xuaraateod La4 
praaa Oarate R7(I} 

BCTTKR Gas Mll*a«» -TlllotsoD Carbwr 
aaora. 410 up O Dowman. ^1* Jehnaor 

EXTRA SPBCIAL — 1011 CHEVROl.ri 
cMpa. JU84 re«alT*d this d« lux' 
eoiiiM new iirea, rumble teat. jtl^l) 
•riclnal condition as new ^f.Jtf 
iJcensed. toow A map for aomaona, 
MTrrVM. AVID BAUH 
SU Johnjon Bt PB — « .O H4S 

VOOB CAB 



ItM PONTIAC OE LUXE SEDAN. 0 wheels, 
t apare tires, new pauit. in verv nice 
rondiiion throuahoul On diaplay at 
one I '-''I car lot. Port Bireei. batow 
BIsnthsrd Street 
BURTON A WILLIAMS MOTORS. LTD. 
Nash-LsPayetie Aients 

isai Blaashard St vtctsrta. B c 

Phone E*41S 



JAMESON MdIoK S II ECONDITIONED 
PLri>f)E PLAN i sri) CARS 
1»H IERR^PI.ANE (I .seoan. 

in perfect condition, for 

1020 CHRYBLBR O ' Tourlns. 
tires, top and xtde-rurtaHw 

perferi Bee Mils for 
l»i« Ht'DfKJN 4 - Sedan, in 
flrst-class coiidiiinii lor only 

4AMBBON MMTOR8. LTD, 
Broushion Ht . City 



ANEW OAK BAY :,}UAiMrj> T] i:i(0 
biin'slow «ith niti.'- I'. •<■ 
tores Entrance hall, livint room l':<l(' 
with roriiei fireplace, built-in )><' k . 
aad window seat, dlnlna-room ijkIi 
with two china cupboards Dutch kii- 
chon witb tiled ainks and eneuch built-in 
faaturesi to please an> houseaife Mod- 
ern hathrootn. Bedrooms <I3<<I4 »nri 
12«l,'i' with tood clothes cI(.|•l^ l.i.n 
closet, cloak rloaet and broom cupboard 
Harduood floors In hsil. Iivina and dln- 
inx-roonis. linoleum in kitchen and bath- 
room Garage in full ronrreie hn-eT-rr 
efflcteni hot-air fainsre r' i- i cl^ . 
facfa west and l» near me hu«. v: . n.i 

beach. II la a realty aaod 

buy at the reduced price of 



OOWmUtt-MT AHO MU. BAt 
Watarfraat Raaidancea and Oottaac» to 
Sale or Rent 

O WA'.XJCH 

Ita and Inaarasea Ascni 
BtatlOB. BO 

•r-RCXJM BUNGALOW. 3 BEDROOMs! 

open fireplace, furnace, cement base- 
mtaii on cornar let, Uxl96. aardcn. fruit 
traca. Cheap Bm tOST. Cetaniat. _ 

||t|*||— 4M CASH. BALANCE 110 PFH 
•Ifa'''' month, three rooni.s. ciiy aaier, 
iiaht. newly decorated. Strawberry Vale 
Chlaholm. 707 Johnson BtraekJ 



7» W ANTBD TO MJT-4KNIMB 



Ilkr 11'' Ik 

5|2t."'> 

*2or) 



1}]> Hi 



.SUtARE 
• I'd Sireet 



i:n5o wr. 

OBAL RBALTY 



ANTE1> i OR S ROOM 



HOUSE. OAR 

■ I 'l on oionih 

' r ' .1. It 



U 4u 



80 



PR()l'EKr\ I^UK SM.t 



„ I 4 TTRACn 
,>'■•» ronditi 



I < I'M I CHEVROLET COACH. 
I .y-..r pord de hue conch. 
IMi l|]1 Priintrnac coupe, 
condillon. I42<l 1111 While. I' 



illli 1B30 
new paint. 

in lovely 
i-l-ton, re 



built, hydraulic brakes, vacuum booater 
ready for the road 1775 Ton-and-half 
Cheirolet 4. lii nice trij We have aev- 
eral u<«d tru(k« in slock, suitable for loe- 
■ ins are ravel haulioa. hydraulic undarbodv 
or upriaht, at very low prices We have 
parte la atMk fer all makes ef trucka 
CLARKra OARAOB 



.NEW OAK BAY BUNGAUJW 
RACTIVE. MODBRjr HOME. AIR- 
lonin* \ystem. many other «i>e- 
rial t'atiire^ Nice loeaUON. -With :n 
cre^.rp h,ii,lirif cn^ta. It -WOllM COet more 
to replace iJii» tod.,- 

Kl :)i ' n ' Ml 

#4.">00 I 



couN-rnv roiTAc.t 
'XCFLLEN r t m I A(ir 
!ini loom. D'-droom. ' 
incnt elecrlc 1 sht, 
lot Situated at 
>ut fine .ea vie a 
Price only 



I.^'xc 
I tl 



PA \irw 

Kit, her ,1- 
i1a snd ba.te- 



$5200 



in A< res, Saanich. with 

modern ' ■ i" moin bnn- 

aalow, earaae, aaeen and a hair acies 
lo(an.<. raspberries. «rai)e« house for 
berryplckers . IB!) revenue over <1 ?no 
off th ^ f.irm Hmive is fully furalahed, 
ani all farm tool.i and equipaWBt arS 
included at the above pure 

EXCHANGE OR %r.l.l. 
Waterfront praperlv, with extra tood 
bunaalew o( ata roMia. three bedrooms, 
basement and rumaee. laree lot Prtro 
iiniy Bl.TQO. er will trade ea" city 
I .SHsnlch home 

) Akrca within four mile*. 
Iriesl homeslte. tood lo- 
cal on. ionie choice bottom land, bal- 
am ' hiah «i!ii fine natural tree.. 
^9Afkfi' On terms Larae four- 
^•"wlw room buntalow in A 1 
condition. Cement baacroent. aeparata 
taraae; lot 06 a 130: livine-room 
aranite flreplaM: MBl) laeatlon. Thla 
la a lovely littl^heme. Will esehai^a 
for four-room bUMalow with two er 

three l,it* Saanirh 

W. 4J. GILLILAND & COa 

1700 Broad Bt Pbawc 0 874I 



$1650 



It, clU water '.-acre 
View Royal, four mileA 



nr 



TEE PRA.«R 

• til Htl,'rl 



(-0. 1,1 D 

r 4: -3 

VOU BUYING A HOME OR PER- 
aiis houses for lnvestment,t We can 



1132 

VRE 
hi 

help you Just phone BOOTS 



JOHN OREENWOOD 
Rsnk »f Toronto Bids ■ I40& Doutlas St 



|,^0« SALE CHEAP TWO 



A 



BARGAIN f*OR QUICK SALE ^I'l'i 
Hose Street. 7-room dweUlna. Price. 
Oear tlUe. B lOlt. 



BUILDING 

lota. SO X UO. one farine on blah part 
of OMfc Street, near Kinst BuaSri'tBt 
other oa Bmpire ' Street. Box soft; Col- 
onist 



DODOB Roadater, In very 

aood brier 

CHBVROLBT Teurlne, with 

liY-ence 
PtiNTI,*^ Sedsn. small 
mileate 

CBOIb EVE MOUIR3. LTD. 
Comer Tatea asd Qus4ia 
PMtiaa Oan O M,0 Tmeka 



$1.'»0 

$i:i 
*2r)0 



30 

SIS 1 



X S AND Sa X 0 USED TIKM AND 
retreads Red t Service Station. Ltd 
SIS Taut BIreet 

PORD SPORT.il ROAD.^rKH. f'Kn- 
'",■1 roiutinon t.';' Phone EinfiT 



OWNKR'B BACRIPICB 

IJUNOALOW. ^>ROOMS/ POLLT MOD- 
1 * rrn larte llvlnt-room witli larje fire- 
place. 3-piere bathroom. 2 bedroomv ar.d 
kitchen, full-alae basement, lot ,0 x ins 
Near Oetsa bva. cenveMleat to car 
er needa task. Will aetl 

for . . VI 

PRONS B ONT OB 



rpo RETTLB AN E8TATB - A 
1 choice bulldlnt lot« on Coltulta Ave., 

(iorce di.^trict. at bariirtm prieea. Tenaa 
I If desired Box 6440 Colonial 



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n IIM'^HKI) HiiME SVAP 



1<)'>M DVRANT SIX-CrUNDER SBDAM, 
•'-^ MSB Apply list ■skllala. 



rjEPrHWf)f)r) IMMEDUTB POfWES- 
l» sion o»ner aacrlflclfic aMdein five- 
room buataiow. otIM. 



pit/PLBX ROnSBB ARB 
' ' no»adavt Here la a 



WAITTBD 

VALOABLB RBBALB SBRVICB^ltT 




AUTO MART, 
bevthl. sold, 
and OovemmeaL 



LTD. <— ' D8BD 
eaehanaad. Cor 
oosn 



CARS 

Oorce 



BlVr OABR PRtCB POR TOtTR CAR Al 
Empress Garate Trades B 74S1. 



too IT 
I' I' 

l«o 
are 



« I'll Richard* 

.1) Id ^ et V enslly 
flats Basement, 
nood shape 



8EL1JNO T^OUR CAB' 

WE CAN OBTAIN 
HIOMBBT OaBH 



POR YOO 
MARKBT 



IP BO 
THB 
PKICR 

WB BAVB BOTBMB WAmNO 
MHBi BROS BBBTICB BTATtOM. 



ALL THB 00 
houae of nine 
Street near Cook 

be remodeled into 
exterior snd root 
Pliimbiiif rhansfs 
would not be difficult and there Is room 
ter liM nnfaaMfy earates. Oali^ l&aoo to 
«tar» with. 

T>RETTY SIX ROOM BUNGAIiGW IN 
I Pslrfield. overlooklnt Beacon Hill Park, 
with dellthtful spacious lIvlKc-rOOm. mod- 
ern kitchen and nook Oak flaora, liet- 
water heal, two bedrooms dovaataira and 
I oao u». Oslns for only lO.OSS. 

THE noVAL TRIifrr COMPART 
Real Eattte Departmenl 
not Oovarnmant St - Phone B 4190 



SI 



I MPFr Itnr )MH) CI.FAN 
' home, tfto minutes from bus. 
with irleetrie lisht and water 
in houae. iuat one minuM*. 
with house ines a ranae worth 
i3S. tiko tables, two couches, 
one bed, one dinlna-room table, 
five chairs, one aafe, one aide-' 
board and oosie adeleth 
the noer. . „: . 

For AopolBtmeat Pkoae lOOtl 

BAANICH REALTY OPPIOB 
ISS* Quadra 8lre«t 



PROPKRTV WANTED 



TatM at Quadra Bt Ph«M B 4sai 

CAtV* Cfi II. KVK 

itors. Ltd . corn 

Straeta 



WANTED - (I8F.U CAR-iA C M II 
Motors. Ltd . corner Vales snd Wisdrs 



THE 



UPLANDS 
CHOICE RESIDENTIAL SITB 



^FRI.Y .tPA VIEW. I': 
ti»e(1 Vesi.v isxet 
ced from 12 aOO 



CONVERT- 
i years old 
rendition Boa 



t\»ANTED -A HOAtWTER. 
Vv ible top. not nerf than 
Must be in (Irat-claaa 

5T^^ Colonial 

U-ANTEO-LIOlrinBEDAN. CHEVROLTr 
1427 preferred Must be In fair coa- 
rtition Boi 09t7. Colonist 



aere»: nKely 

only 1 1.1 no 

to 

Your own lerma. at 0 per cent Interest If 
you will build a IS.tOO reatdeneo.- wiM allos^ 
aale price .stand at nrtt aiensace. 



$2(MH) 



A 



UTO (AMP OR St'ITARLi; CAMP 
site ntste tullest particulars and 
rice fo ^aal^^Bo^iTia, Colonlst^^^^ 

ACSBAOI POB BBNT 



Rockland Avenue 



nesiisble home of 7-1 roomv 4>-II 
■ii>i«i>-d on hich iround Larte livint- 
t and dinlni-room. Good sued bed- 
rooms, furnace, etc.. aerate Every- 
thina In saod ceadition. well kept 
arounda Chalce laeatlon. netr Govern' 
ment Bmm. 
Price eely 



S4000 



OAK BAY 



AttracTive new stnccr, hi;;i. alow half 
blrnk from beach, Moiiteiry ijkhool dis- 
trict, dellthtful tmall htmic of five 
rooms, iiicludiiit very nice lieint-room 
With tiled fireplace, leaded liiht win- 
dowa, rur-siied dinint-i<>nni. briwht 
kitchen with ample cupboards, etc 
tiled Mnk separste hall 10 bedrfWrns" 
and bailiruom Well decor.i ' • 1. t 
out. nice araande In t" 
earue. Will tell ftrmleiieci 



^3Q0, 



liitlacMM, 1 enaiJk Ce. 

Mi View SOtMl 



COLES, HOWELL 
& CO.. LTO. 

DEEP COVE 

A n>r room hunisloa >ri in ilnrleaa 
xoodUnd setlins, ct::M'ui.iv bordered 
bv fio«er lardea: Bice vwetable ear- 
den. (ood well. Blectrle llsht. Piae 

ri:r.:r : $i»oo 

VICTORIA WEST 

Plee rooBia, bolbreoaa, baaeaaeaO aad 

(araie. Newtv deeerntert Intlde and 

f>ut Nice lo' I. inn. run- liiir.rls a'li 
iipu electric ftslures .1 ; , ., ■ fo 
move into 0«tier will ^4 1 OA 
artcritlce for I I WW 

And will atranse n-rina to reapoii.ible 
people 



RIs rAAm hurir.low basement 
tsrate. « r r,ii;f1i' • 

I a xe.s E«. ci ' ■ ■ a I 'le 

Price 



and 



$660 



CITY 



t'loae In Te rtean ae an estate 

aeaad eeeea-roota reetdem 
R«ad. A real tnap 
at 



$1100 



SEAFRONT 



Tlie rho.rr.l i'-~ii':, al pioiier'y on 
•' <• ?I^'.ii..h In'et n: losner Park We 
a r PM lus IF at-ni'. and wUI be pleased 
to arranac inspection. 



COLES, HOWELL 
& CO., LTD. 



(IIS \ i.» i^l 



Phons r. inn- 



Club Sunday he cCptured anothn* 

I crown hi.^ .vcoiid in succes.slon. 

'whei; he toolt .m 8-and-6 decL-ion 
from Jimmy Siiii|)>nn iii ihe .sctu'd 
uled tlurt v-six-luU£ final Wa:i;ice 
wa^ eiijoymK « thrpe-up le.id at Ihe 
end of the morning round, ahootinc 
the oouFse In 75 to Simpson's 77 
Both players had difflrulty with 
their putters and missed several 
which they ordlaBftty would have 
canned 

After lunch WallBOt wtnt to work 
and uncorcked a brand of golf with 
which Blmpaon could not cope, and 
therefore ths BMtch auMd on the 
thirtieth" green. 

FUmer MorRan a former cham- 
pion, took fIrM fliKht honors hv de- 
fe,-i;ir.i' n M I,!i;(i-a\ ^ ;inci 2 and 
I, Cnrver wriii .second fliKhl Irom W 
Al^^on the last green, one up 
J.l^Stone took the measure of H 
Buss in the third flight. 4 and 3. 
while A Roberts scQrsd B similar 
decLMon from W Walsh. Plfth flight 
went (n \v rot ton, who triouiMd 
J. F. Atiains. h and 4. 



Driving over five runs In a fifth 
:niiinu atiack. Piiiiiters Hniins 
diet ked in with an 81 triumph 
over the Hollywixxl Club 

Brums ooUected eight btngles from 
tile offerings of Pries, Hollywood 
Club I wirier. Bert ."Simpson, on the 
mound for the wuin era. allow ed 
three wideU .si atterstf ttPBT""" 

Score by innings^ 

Hollywood Club 000 000 10—1 

Painter's Bruins ..... lOO 150 Ix— • 

Batteries Price and Plelcher; 
SUnpsiMi and Berrv. y 

' TONKiUT'S OAMEt ' 

-A" SMtlM * 

\ ••!« Athletic Club vn Silent 
I- K I a; Atr.lctic E»sik. Pick. 

I , Illli W.i ' .liiki'ts v» Bruii.'idon'a 

Boys. Work Point; McLaren and 
I Came. 

"C" .Section 

Rsquimall Meal Market vs Nav\ 
■ M ■ Bullen Park M(Cliiii> and J 
O'Connor Bfll Barbers v.s. Britsn- 
nla Branch. Savory Park: WallBr 
an^ T. Nutc, McLean's Baksry ts. 
Hudson's Bav. Reywood Avenue; 
Murray mid Munn 

All Riimes commence al 6 1& 
o'clock 

League officials sre aaklng for tht' 
co-operation of all clubs tn sectiring 

^><>ies of ftxtiii-e< for piibheatlon 
("a|)tiiiti.s of home team.^ sre re- 
quested in telephone the restills to 
The ColonlsL.- spwtB dc^rimcni. 
E4111. imiMd^tBlr MInrtnff ths 
games. 



I4ENT- 
i houae and 



SMALL ACRBAOB. 
treeabeuie, 

Colquitt sow 



PIVB-ROOM 

120 month 



SmII CMitry HMe 

Over I'l acres tood land, with sea 
froniKP aboi' i»o. acres cleared and 
m larlelv of rrim. In^ludlni straw- 
bpriiri rsspl>*rriev etc. balance n 
timber Comfortable three-room i "' 
taae, fireplace. . and ^ater piped 
from toed wwll Tkla la a aeat hm 

li, little roiinlry iMaM. Wllh very ' < 
tas»s and only tAentV Billet ffom V ■ 

tor IS Offered ' , 

riPAR $2660 TiTir 
P R. BROWN & SONS. LTD 



A BUSINESS PROPOSITION 

Here it s well bUiU. but old T-moni 
'lOuse silusted in 700 block on Van- 
couver Btrfet. the bMt diatrirt ib Vic- 
toria for rentllM'purptieea PuU. atae 
jgL»-Csn be Mally eonverted into dii- 
ples. Meriaaaet taya aell'TBr SHOO 

SBAWNIOAN LABI 
WATBBP80NTA0E 

We l a e some lovel> •« a le- ( ri.u i«»- 
writ notrr* and boathnu^**'. rr.'Ps 
* "I < 1 ( 1 • - • ■ ' 

ARTHUR L, HAYNES. LTD 

T*S PORT WTRII.r 
Plra. Aatomeblla lasaranre. < •llertlona 
Laana 



NAYIONAL UAOVB 

St LouLs 

New York ... 
PItUburgh ... 
Chicago 

('nil iiiiiatl 

Bosioii ... 

Phihidelphia . 
Brooklyn 

A.MERICAlff LKAGVK 

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New. York 21 

Boston - • 21 

CI»>veland . - . - 
Detroit 
Chltat'o " 
Wa.shiUKtoii 
Philadelphia 

INTfcR.N \l lO.NAL 



GOLF FACTS 

NOT THEO RIES 
By ALEX MORRISON 




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ACREAOB IV^.NTCD 



UTANTED-M ACRBB OR MORE: BOIlIx 
tood land Reason sble terms WItbIa 

12 miles Vif',ir:s Bos -iStl. Colonist. 



8.^ 



FARMS FOR SALE 



W'ANTBD - OAB 
VV Boa MN, OalMiat 



POR BAANICII ICrt 



BOATS AND LADNCBIS 



N. O. DALBT A OO , LTD 



SI4 View street 

FOR BALE— COUNTRY HOME, 
modem: 4 lots; fruit trees 
fruits 
Api>l» 
Sidney 



Cheap (ar tjiieft eale, 

owner, J. BUia... 



Opposite Spencer's 

i RCX>MS. 
alto tmall 
ILOOt lorats. 
AfMas. 



OATS BUILT 

Chine worka. 



eaaine n 
Bay BtrOM. 



EPAIHEI) 
Installation. 



Jtanae wdra. TMtna Motar Boat 
Vfr Bay Btrool Bitn 



PS 



ID 
alltt 
dora 



AIM OM 
al 

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B 

in«. 
Ca. 

BOAT LUMBER, bolt quality 
oars, ti pr Daltiel Boa Co. 

I^'HJR SALE EKIHTEEN-POOT 
Irolllns boat 
In escellent orilp 
cabin cruiser 

(■o«l,-'\sn B.1' 
Hill 



MA 

weld- 



8pru.-e 
O 1422 

SPOAT 

East hope < H"p ~eniine.' 

• MS .n»nrr beucht 
rial bv api'oiniment at 
na>le> . R M n . Cobble 



1,V>R SALE -AT OOROOVA BAY— POUR- 
1- room cottatc. eleetricity. city water, 
nice sarden. deliehtful Suaimer home |47S 
en eaey terms, or KM rath Phone G 1074 

|.^AIRPI«LD^ BUNGALOW. IN^OORN- 
I r srall Street. II.SSO Vacant Jane IS 

- Phonr tl IJSl. . 

BOtLT~oi* ^STALuilBNt' 
D H Bslc. Con'ractor. Port 



HcjI.'SSS 
plan 



l&-rT..X 1 PT d lH. OAS 
I «lt Bay Btroet 



A PULL ItANGB OP BOAT j 

batter, es th,p Chandlers 
Li'l 1 .< M Wlisrf iri E IMI 



BALB- 



gnkitmut »AK»» I 



MXXmOO TRAILER. 
B4014 

bbdan7 

srrs. 



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40X1 

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toOPK-aVMllLE 



Ml>l**r Slii~lMMllliiB JLJP^" 



Urea 



4^NAP— OTBKLAMO 

4y eendltlon. four nt 
able car. t2a O 4SSft 

1929" 




PORD TOtmnOO. IN EXCBb- 
lent shape Your Summer s 
tatlea made easy. What win von 
Mo Uttartna*. Boa ottl. OaHaiet 



I.'HIR SALE 

r boat. 
B ion 

Urt CARRY 
snd car 

( M. O isde V 

it'^Niri) A 

' ' able fnr . 



4nX10XS4 FT. AUXIUART TAWL. 

t*' It-hp. Bateia aaslae. built lOti: 
15. one 40-ft orrahare cruiser 24-hp 
Buffalo eneioe. In tood order 12.600 
13-fi cruiser. Chev 
four, stse Csnoe 
B ( Ph.^ne .19R 



HOUSES deaissO. sum AnOralieiu, re- 
pairs laumatee M P_P aliw. B W O O 

MARIGOLD - snap" m nVB-ROOM 
house, double larace tIaMhouse. etc 

OpportiiHitv for handyman Any reason- 
able tprmv Pr ( »t1 for luick sSlr tSOO 
Mscnico; A Co I. Id Ijoe Blanshard Bl 



ACRES. GRADE "A' BARN POR 
he a d I 5-room. stiico huncalOW. t- 

pleee Sa4hraom. firepiace. taraee In ce- 
ment batement, furnace, electric pomp: 
aood water supply: ia»e« in clear tiMe. 
4».50Sc.ah owner. PO Bot 7». -fctorl. 

^ TINflKBH 

P0» Mtw ( SR tM> MHToai tcLB #bB 

PULICL DEPARTMENT 



:!EALBD' lenders will be received by the 
uadertiened up until II o'clock neon, 
on Tueedav, Mav M. 10S0 for one new 

mot6r car and one nem mntomde snd 
ttderar for the rnv Pnijre nepar'inent 
'Tew^weeTqr-wtnae'""SUttiii 1 1 ' their own spec if i- 
catiant. and atate what aliaaance wtU be 
■uido ett-oM maeMtiet traded in A marked 
cheque for ef the aMOunt of tender, 
made payable to the City Treasurer, must 
arcompsnv each tender Please mark Ten- 
ders. T'nd'r f t Police BqulpBient The 
lowest or anv tender will not neceaaarlle 
be aacapied. 

■ r. n MicHEij. 
City Purchasina Aaent. 
ciiv Ft 111 V. clone. Be, May IS. lOM 



A Bargain 

^^d|lA WILL ourrhase t veil- 
w£ I UU built biinaalnw of sit 
rooms. Litma-rooni. diiiutt -room 
ind kitchen: ^wa bedroomi and 
den, (ar three k ed i ea a iai. uled kath 
roaai. eaa a r tt e beiwirnt. (uraace 
and a erase. 4b^. deal raMa -laaalttr . 

BACK, two .RBtei'rrant 
vKW lota at Oadhore Point 

Cbnstopher & Swayne l.ld. 

BROAD AMI \l»w <<TR»ll<i 
PHONCK OAROE.N 4itl-4l.n 



An Exceptional 
Opportunity 

NEW HOME ON RENTAL PUR 
CHASE. KAH 

North Quatlra. splendid location Oak 
iloors. tile sink, up-to-mlnute plumb- 
na cement basement, fur' are ssrite 
( od lot in llrfwers S2800 

COOPER REALTY 



«ll vieit qireet 



N"WS!k 
Nff'l it re;i 1 
MufTalo 
Rochester 
BalUmort 
Toronto . 
Alban.v .. 
Syracuse 



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14 
16 
14 
11 
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Oakland 

Seattle . 

Missions. 

Portland 

.San FVan.'l.Aco 

S»n Dii'RO — .... 

.Sacrameiito ........ 

Los Angeles 



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37 
39 
24 
24 
24 
20 
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1 1 

12 
11 
15 
17 
20 
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33 
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fl45 

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.360 
.316 
W 
J56 
.361 

Pel 
667 
.539 
531 
511 
490 
4S0 
.417 

m 



SOMARB DRtVB — nil. rcMms. stucr4>, 
fully modern, hot water heatint har'i- 
wood floors Garate In baien,ent n:at- 
niflcent ' .ew frorr e- erv % ..i « ''^ 
sno» ■:i:'i>-ri '■JlrrT'.pi'" ^ .» 
Ranee and lalands m Ham dtrait 
Prtee. lO.toe oa terms cash. SBSOO 

O. W*I.TO«« A SON 
SOa P^mbertaa BMa. B 



OAB BAT BAMAIN 

Elaht-room houa». Mlsb loeation. has 
livint -' room, fireplare, dinifii - room 
buili'in feaiuraa. den fire;>iacr Kii 
Chen par.ir) on sround floor fuur 
bedrooms and three-piece ba'hioom up 
Cement basement P>irnaee 'This home 
It In splendid shape and a real barsaLn 
St onlT 12 000 on tarma ef OSM caMi. 
balance as ten t ^\ 0% Well worth 
lookint over 

touHtav ^Toar 

< 2.7 '.a- Store, slock, eorkshop and four 
laree iivme . rooms Batemem Gat 
pump and lank doint nice bualnea*. 
whlc2i Is increatlho aieadUy Kl-beaith 
te the only rewaon far eeltMW 4l.t«0 

W. J. GILLILAND & CO. 



MAItU /6 UliAH ,\ 



As the Doubled klSBptr look^ fnr 
Uie caiuM^,pf,his nightinBr««.JMjM- 
kolfer searchtia for the point wh«rB 
he gets an ovyrdBst of rlgbt aida iatm 

his swing. 

"loo much right " can start In a 
million difTerent ways Once Alsrted. 
It sweepit like a rsRlng fire through 
the whole swing. And it tskeji onljr 
tL apark of encouratrement to put 
the sfronir ■''Ide In control. 

Very often ii .s hurl to kx afe ths 
spark thAt startetl U>e unronti nliabls 
right. Such a spark occurs whefl 
the hands are being placed ein tha 
club Since It Is onlv natural fo 
lead with and favor ;he riRht hand 
n player will do so even thouifh fie 
inu-nds to favor and give moat of 
hi.s attention to his left hand. ^ 

.ThI.s leads tr» the hjiblt c,f |i!aeit.< 
the rmhf hand on the dub rii ,t a 
habit whi'h mav wrm harmli s bu' 
which reallv maflts the bepiiin.nK nt 

too much rlf ht ■■ Place vmir left 
hand on the club first. 



I Brentwood Collegr's .vcoiid eleven 
piavfd lo a 43-4.1 draw with St 
fiforge.s School cricketers." Satur- 
day afternoon, at Brentwood, in a 
frlendlv Inter-achool mstch. 

T1i* home side lost the fo«s and 
batted first B<i.s.s«t.t. ^with twelve 

irun-s. and Cooke with eleven, led the 
Brentwood bal.snf)en. 

Spark*, wtth a 'well-plajred fifteen 
to his credlf ws« high soom for 
the visitors 

Pi anris: took six V.i r.f rnj-. er wickets 
for twelve run.' and D WUby of 8t. 
< >eorgrfr Befwifti. iliiiBilaaail,il8iBSfl> 



000 E«rtTY 
home. Ijnrte: 



Pr)l' 
Ak 



II noo IN 

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I KlMT 
hllflr.i', 



Rovv no A f 
I ■• «»2 



AfY Mb 

»»• loxely 

V^EW PIVE AND SIX-ROOMED SUNGA 

lows Modern t hreaf heat. Reduced 
lafllsa. 



D. M 



n eoatne. toilet sieepc ( ~kAR 

Cove Bhlpvsrda. Bidnev ' ^ ' wi 



t>|-ruor LAUNCH. 
■fc*. and clutch, tin 



MARINE ENGINE 

Bnte rp riae Wh arf 



n MJKINVM OPPORTUMITIBt 



VOR BALB-C.norrRT Afrn COWPBC-' 
I I'oaary baeinesa c« cream etc Britbt 
More, itClJiMtioa Boa ri2, Celaalat 



i"'-es Inspect: 
phone E ^»72 

VBBD MONET-HOUSB AND l/n. CX>BT 
44.000: WIU aacriAce 13.000 B 4421 

BAT ^ . NINI-ROOMED HOt SE 
th four lots Modern conveniences. 
( ill cement bsaement alwars drvi double 
tsrate Beautifi(i shade trees, lawai, car- 
den and or'-hard in*t miriutea' walk 
from hith srhoot Prtae 4I.1S0 Apply 

owner .•o-^ OAldsffllUi it . O 402J or J 

C rir da • sr «c« Broiithlon K' 



\'4"1IJ. BAt RinCE 
' » tifni . s .roomed 
from losi h 
pboae G 4444 



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CASH 
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IDEAL SUMMER HEALTH 
RESORT OR SANITARIUM 



Pive acrea. ttoplns sratir la tood 

wtlerfrontaae ai, 8oolcr> Harbor south- 
easterly eipoaure Moat,' ';-a:-d. milh 
fr lit ireev. balance umbered. Oood 
•otr Good eleven -eiaaMd haate aad 
tour coitaaea Cur water and elec- 
tric iicht Oauld be atf' < soc 
revbaaa tradbalBd 
praaerty. Pnea..rrrt. 



$5000 



fiillespit. Nart & Ci. Lti 

~ PIMBB-«USI 



UPLANDS 

Ri II.D Toi a nosir iv i pi ^sn^ 
Secure pri»» . , , . . . , -if 
llent are permanent No local tmprote- 
■MKt taied We offer 'the beet eeluee 
tn Olsalor TMtar^ aiiB law ■srrrias 
cbartM. 

Pee part le Slaw as Bt i to aay real estate 
broker er 4a ■. P. ■armaa, loeal 
representative. 7a* Belmeat BanflBft 
Phaaaa E14IS end B IStS. 

Your inquiry entaile no oMMatiaa 



INVESTMENTS 

Bu idrii Opportunity i . - .,e 

two lots, near O alBaSrai 

remode l n. and ... JgQOO 

Cl'jp*! »ifpj^e Of *pn»Il : T •** ►ii'.'p' 

Mith r%irfi»ifl Mot *.itpr t.^»f u>ii 

brn;.™ $3500 

Near the Park Seven reon. i«w 
bethrMMnt. tttractiveiv daciaratad. As 
a < -t.e r,, tao.faaiiy dwelltBa ims 
en ReaSv 5Q 

Ktr k ^iephensom LM. 

3S»nrr*to tofllT** 



wood batters for fourtBtn rUM. 
Th* teams follow 

Brentwood CoDrce B4Wi«etl. 

Holmes Chadwick, D Wilby. O 
Wiibv Hlnton. Harvey, Bryant, 
Cooke. Hutchlngs snd Mulligan, 

flt GeorRe A School - Bell Wal- 
;:t'e«< Spsrk.s. AlexandT H^ks 
Munro Clothier Mslkm. Begg Else 
and Prsncls. 



WfEKLY SHOOT 

fJesult.'^ Ill .^«-<K,> MHit of th» 
fliuiibow Ses Cadef.s. held .*?at>.ir(la.\ 
afternoon at Mscsulay Point Range. 

todav follow: 

Mr CIstHe 
P' -Omili 

M Brov n 

A M'Ktr' 
W Polls rd 
Capt Brown 
P r>iddtnt'.aa . 
> Bath 

P Merchant . . 
I <lrant 
N' Ca rter ^ 

■MP J nn^i . 



R Mbt.i, 
|E Kn.ill, 
A An'lr'v s 
D ap.ke.lr 
;Mr Hetirr 



04 
01 

ei 3 

00 
Ol" 

to 

00 4 

as 

m 
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r.t 
Hi 
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41 % 



.Man at HIghgste. Its a Ove- 
minute walk tPBln, fB MM 

flics.;- 



yiNu 


INf lAMAIN 


Five Roomed 


Sfucce Riin9jlML..Ji4v 


modern, ear 


f claae m Meiarote 


ttiei 
Tanas i . 


— $2500 


TNt fliVM 


TN CO., fy Vifw St. 



Gv^ mans I' ictorUm* 



DUESSraJXJRP. Oermany May 
18 i4»i -Oermany clinched it- mx>- 
ond-rr»tjnd Davl^ Cup tennU aerlea 
with Hunsary Saturdsy rs Oott- 
friBd von Orann and 



T-«, $-9. 

•Germany wrm the first two stn- 
klea matchea Pnday and thu.\ 
leads 3.1^ tmm MMMM to be 



Maynard & Sons 

AticnomnnlB 
ALCI IUIS bALE 

Of 

Briil^f- l)«-rk (.rui»cr 
Pulriria 

TODAY, 11 O ( LOCK 

at ths ■f)t«rprl8e Wharf, Wharf 

Btreet. Deacrlptioa. etc., in pre .ioiis 
papers. Also at ths mm» Ubm; 
I6>h» ma m Oi UkUB H MUg. 

MATwiA^'* tOHt 

OMI. 



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18 



THE IXMLY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., TLESUAY. MAY 19. 1936 




B.C. Aghcujturai Attocia- 
Hon't Seventy-Rfth 
Annivarury . 

Mnkiiig Hii failirr start tlm year 
tliHii Li t in ordrr to create more 
widespread Intereat In ihfl lajr. ow- 
ing to tht ebwrvanec «f tt« ■eventy- 
fl/th annlvera»ry, |he British Qq- 
lUiiibia Acricultural Auoclatlcm has 
IsMiiTl itA prize list parllrr, 11 was 
announced yesterday by Hon. Dr. 
K F. Tolmle, president of the asao- 
ciation. and protMbly the oldett ex- 
hibitor In the fair. 

The prize lUU have been distrib- 
uted throughout Victoria and Up- 
Ihiand point,";, and are now belnK 
mailed to Malnlni'irl and Eastern 
poInU, Dr. Tolmle Rtaterl. 

The fair will last for seven dayi, 
•torUng on Beptembgr 12. when a 
special -chUdicn's d«y «1U held. 
Many new features are being in- 
rnrpriratPd In this year'.t fair to 
make thr .seventy-flflh anniversary 
an mitstandltic OBM, Dt. TOlmle 
announced. 

TWENTY DIVItlONfl 

Twfntv dlvl.'^ion.s havr bf^'-n pro 
viflcd In (hp .'>tK)w this year, wlule 
lli<» ^)<>Hr<i of (lire<'^Ms has»* fon.slfl- 
ered plans for special entertainment 
attractions. 

Tb* dlvlslong Into whleh th« fate 
has been diVldea arc m follows: 

Apiary prodncts. Wt department, 
bov.s and Rirl.s' stock JudRinR rom- 
petUlons, caLtU- &eclion. dairy prod- 
uts' district exhibits, field produce, 
garden i>rodue«, fUrli' mm! boys' 
work, goat section, horse section, 
horticulture department, natural 
history dfparlment. poultry and pet 
stork sprtiorK rabbit MCtlon, sheep 
section swine Mctlon mMI women's 
department. 



5 pm.- fien Bemie will pre.'^mt" 
iMi his guwts Bebe Oaoieia and Ben 
Ljrons, screen favorites. KOMO. 

5 :30 p.m. Radio's "fashion 
plate ' Ed Wynn, aided by Ortharh 
Ml .N'aiiWT I/Piinir •H<i\ ton i.r l>-e- 
Ira and slngerj*. will once mocr offer 
his comedy progr amme for N.B.C.- 
Red network dialers KOMO. 

6 pm -"Elne Kleine Serenade 
by Trunk: Von Bau.s.snein s ' Pio- 

i lotf,*" HoUt's "St. Paul Huitr. and 
r Hanolini "Roumanian Dancf s" will 
be presented by Prank Black and 
th« MB.C. String Symphony during 
tins full hour programme KJR 

6 pin H'M.ny (jootliiian and his 
orchestra i ^ teaiuieu m an- 
other variety. show i^lth tdiy Dow- 
Ung and Ray IXoley. KOMO. 

0 p.m. — Edward O. Robinson. 
Clyde "Hager and George Huston 
will be featured on- "Clrcus Night at 
Plckfair." a Columbia programme 
starring Muy Ptelrfqr^ KOL, KVI, 
KSL. 

• p.m. — Songs, laughter, and a 
Hlje amusing story about the loud- 
est, fuiihleat and longest chlvaree 
ever held In beath Valley, is the 
bill of fare arranged. Joe .p£eienta< 
tton by the Old Ranger, u this 
protrraiiimc mark.s the end of three 
>fais (jn the air. KOMO. 

8 ^0 p m —At this ney tmartttf 
"Laugh With Ken Murray" pro- 
granune wlU be broadcast by Co- 
lumbia during thr-' i e ntatiH ter of 
tfce Summer. Ken Murray, Phil 
Regan "and Rus.s MorRan .^ orches- 
tra WlU be featured. KOL. KVI. 

fl pjn.--The CMooirt nwrOFCX 



Bdvard 



■am 



To Lecture 
On Empire 

And Ij'cigue 



— A public laetura on "The British 

Eiii|>ire and the League of Nations" 
will be given by E. E. Richards, 
under I ho au.spii-f.s of the Brltl.sh- 
Israel World f'edtraUon. In ..the 
Ohambar of Commcnr tomorrow 
night at • o'clock. The subject 
matter wilt be dealt with by the 

gpeakrr a.s follows 

(1> What Is the British Empire 
and what Is Its mts.sion? ' 
- <3) "Britain's vast responslblli- 
Uei and world-wide Interaito which 
cannot be aharad wltb otbar na- 
tions." 

< :u "The po,-iiion ot tlM ' other 
groups of nations." 

•t4V "II tn? institution of (he 
"League of Nations in Europe In ac- 
cord with the tMvlne WlU- as die- 
clo.sed in the Bible'' ' 

(5» "What security Is there lor 
any nation In a league oTVIttaaty- 
breaklng powers?" 

BELLO HORIZONTK, Bra/l! Mav 
18 i/T^ --(iold waA found on the 
roots of gra-ss pulled up on a ranch 
near Concelao in the Interior of 
Mlnas Oeraet. and now more than 
2,000 prospectors art ptaUlng weeds 
with unwonted oara. 



CrCT. VlaUrla ^l,4M Kcri.) 
T:M niM a4e Bhlnt. 

S:00 a m — TtaMir T«ple*. 

• 10 • Ri - ktuitMl Ohrenomattr 

• «» am Lefa O* HacM. With trie 

Marshall 

• 00 a m Hiazin the Trail. 

• IS a m Romance in Mtl ody. 

• 30 a m - Hu(h Allan'il^nanelal naih's. 

• 40 a m - Mrmorr Ian* 
lO'flO a rti Road to H^ppinf 
to 1^ a m - Hralih KrII'Mram!i 

lu.ia All etxti M Ui* BiMM. 

11 OO • m — Muale In Oanet TUB*. 

II IS • m.— MaJaatle Mrlodlca 

1 1 30 a m - Standard riaitslrii 

12 00 noon- Tempo dl Modrrnaa*.. 

12 15 p in World Bookman Wh; D« Wr 
RrprrMot North at the Top of a 
Map and South at thr Bottom?" 
12 30 p m ropellia Ball^l Drtih^* 
12 30 p m World ria<li'-> 
12 45 P m - Richard Himbrr'a Orcheatta. 
1:00 pm Dailr Monitor 
} 30 p m - Birthday Party 



( IS p m 
< 30 p m 

7 00 p ni 



7 l.i 1) m 
' 1(1 p m 

8 00 p m 
I IS p m 
S 30 p m 



MuKlc LiOvfri>' Cornrr. 
Panclnc TImr 

nr W E M«ri.»T Th» Na- 
tional R»«f»rr.h Couniil. ' 

-BriliKh-Israrl Proarammr < 
'Ortan Strtnad*. 
Rvfninc Muatcalt. 
Mmir in Veraa 
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a 4^ p ni 

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S.00pm-8et CR.C. Nttverk 

kNX. MlywMd (I.SSe ktral 

• M p.m — Til* Kmc Orehtatra 

• :4S p.m ■ Ilmmif Allen • Air A(1\'nHirff 
7 00 pm Flni'T (I'Wi to Hollv»oo<1 

7 I* pm Frank Lulher. aonia. orilieatra 

7 10 0 m - The Ncwlywtds. eomed». 

7 44 r> m Kinr Cowbo», ionca. 

1 00 p m World Revue 

« 4H pm F.i hof V of Stage and Screen. 

B on p m - S'ltn Plaahea. 

t n p m — Miiiiral 

»,30pm-The Crockett Pamllv 

10 45 p m — Pete PontrellTi Orchestra 

11 Se p m.— Larry I,e« a Orehealra 
1I;M pja. — Pontrelira Orchestra 
lltSena*.— Trana-Panflr Nrm« 

C.a.C. NKTWORK 
S •• P m - My»ter» Hou^e drama, dlrer- 

lor. Rupert Caplan Montreal, 
s 10 p m, Ne«« iBC Network). 
5 30 p m.- Serenade to Sprint, aoloilta. 

male Ulo. dtrerior Jack Arthur. Tor 

ronto iB C . .t 4S) 
S M P m No Moiinful Number*, comedy 

team. trio. <ju»rl»l(' jnlol^t*. orchea- 

ira director, laaae Mamott, Winnl- 

P«fl. 

• :U p.^.— Utuunknt • O^Ttrnor, PrinM 



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ACBOM 

• 

Story. 

Meehanleal rpMn. 
prrtaining to apea. 
Beetle. 

Hol ding < Oce. — 
KnoC: 

Mathematical term. 

To .void. 
Handbags. 
Young animal. 

Arm bone. 
To choose. 
Jspaneee measure. 
Chars. 

Tamed outward. 

Loyal 

Oirl s namr 
AUark.s. 

Tailless amphibiaiv. 
By. 

Kind of poiTh. 
South Sea canoe. 

Inlft 

H) nxi&h forth. 

nriinkard. 

Cooking pot. 

nUloaliMUM. 

Pronoun. 

Closer. 

Colloquial fl.st 
Sea mammals. 

DOWN 

Last act. 
Pari of to be.* 
Immen.'ie 
Nsrrow roed 
Orowtni out. 
To ease. 



DOWN 

Frenrh down. 
PrrtaininK to »'*r. 
Right of holding. 
CBMtv. 
U To ofTer again. 
Ifl "to rei(tn. 
19. Small fllei. 
Aromn 
Tfipe,<(t ry. 
Army unit. 
Law actions. ^ 
T>T«nt». 
Runaways. 
Brother of Mose». 
Fenr* AtejM. 
Spirit 
Faled 

40 Sylvan de)tr. 

43. To adorn oneself. 
40 Wings. 

4S. 8. African dialect. 
51 A eon.atellatlon 

To petition 
&S. Spanish for ''the," 
M. Note of seale. 



• 43 p m Canadian Pim !**m% and 

Weather Toronto 
7 no p m -Time SItnal. Ottawa 
' 7 8epm I.ulff aMMMiir* .Orchaatra 
^ Terenta. 

I 1 10 p m —Lullaby Lacoipn. Montreal 
' t-oe p m -fCM T4m* ProlM. aatkatMR. 
R 30 P m Melody Mood*. Melody Malda. I 

(lirertor Ina McCartney Vancouver, 
t OO P m Jiiit 8'po«m. drama, director, i 
W McKillf"- WInnipec | 

• 10 p m To an Fvenint Star, orchestra i 

ft r»rior Tom Oardner Edmonton 
TOO pm New. Reporter 'BC Neiaork ' ; 
10 15 'I' Mi':.-t.r'" Oir.t.i Oirhf^tri. 
I \' • Mr \- . • \t • k ' ' 

■ NBC Rpo urn NrrwoRK j 

I KHQ KOW Krr-KPO-KOMO 

I a 30 a m Merrv Mad<;apa. 

10 00 « m Martha Mead. Interview 

11 on a m Forever You*>«. aketeh 
II a in. -Ma Perkina. dramatic. 

II 10 a m -Vic and Bade. havMhold 
rome^T 

11 4< a ni T' » 0'N»:1' dr»m«Hr 
17 00 noon nuiT and Bob. dramatic. 
1" <o n m H«pp*".Taek. aonea. 
IJ 4IS n Oeneral Federation Of Women'l 
Cluba 

1 n* n "1 AmerlPen Medical Asaoclatlon 
I 38 -"^ Manhattan O'lardamen. braas 
band 

l;nO pm - Woman's Ma»arlne Of th» Air 

u nn n m — vaar Aee<, comadr. 

S 45 n tft — T^ncendorf Pletoriat. II u a h 

H'lehe' 

4 on n r" 'nrk Menkln's Millie 
4 30 0 m "^-anx Art« Trio. Inatrtimental 
1190 n "< wvnn In the role of a 

nhllo^ooher ^aololitt. Klnt'a Men 
O'lartette: Lennle H«ytntv» Orrhe«- 
tra 

^ 00 n r„ . td'" » Po»Jlne'a Revue. R «v | 
rVK'ley JT'len Ward. BtlMW OOod- 
man'a Orchestra » 

a 30 om— *ay Campbell'a Kauilistt. 

« f, o m — Twin Ptltv Fniiraome. 

" 00 n *n AmoR 'n* A"dr 

" » m ' urn "od Ahner romedv 

TSO^m- l-n Pej»rri»n's r>rVhe«tra. Phil 
Ouey »ohn»-» »tnn Boy*. BaUr Bln- 
»er. T^ree Sw»e»hearf< Trio. ««eat» 

H 00 n m neatH ValleT Dava. ,01d Jlan- 
«er. narrator 

• 10 n m ^- T-e niie», m»«ter» drama, 
q no n "''1 ' • ■ <nf< nrrhe^t'a 

• an am.— .(•«*« Havkln'a nrche<tra 
•^'<M B ■) — *'ew« ^aahea. Bam Harea 
•a '4 p m — farl ••»«itta'« Orchejtra. 
tn'OBm— "an Wll'4e'!, Ort-haatra 

11 ■«<»» m —ne«r»e ni'en'a r)r<-h»«tra. 
Il'iep"" To"-! B'0«Ti « Or'-'-'"<tr« 

twnr-nro-Bi i r nptwouk 

9 nn ■\ ''nanrUI "ervlre 
f ■>- % ... • ,rf ^n*»o" tenor 
a 'O . T- ■■ • Vt Ruth I.yon. 

ff-t. n» »> Harier Uail. _ 

I j9 .. .n — MItehell Bchuater and orches- 

tra 

I I on .> ... v,t! R»v "tl i\ T.ar(e 

,n r^nvneni't Varieties 
II 30 • Ve'ter" Pur'" fd Home Hour. 

talks: .Tn<er Roralk'i Oreheitra. 
11 «o n •»> - ""nla ^«#n. eontralto. 
17 ^^ n .-- . Th* Manhafters. dance or- 

rhe«t r« 

1 00 P m V«e"n' TfA.,.» drama; Seuth- 

ernalrea" Ouar'- i' 
1 '0 » m — *-'rr» I.«r'»n ortanlat. 
1*4 pm— **nd« WlUiama' Orthaalra 
y.n n m _Tha Mlnut* Man. »a1a auar- 

tette 

^ H nm— »nl»na1 nnaeupa. Hon I.an» 
» W p m — *»leke» O'llette. aaaophonlit 

• «a « m —Hart Bmi'h'a Oreheatra 

■» «a 0 m - r)nro»hT rt^-eslln. w»prano. 
4 nn 0 m ^'urttT Me-"^. rontralto 
■> n m ■'■'^nv r?i,r.»il »on»« 
^ ■•0 n n- "«"iM "-ti'ord « Orrh'«lra 
•> !■■ n m To he atinounred 
4 00 - Btrlne Time, direi-lor. Fmll 
POlQk 

a an n m armand Oirard. baritone 

4 4.^ ~ •-■ »alr<r Pl«»». director. Maude 

W'l'on 

3 00 •> ''ro«»euts from TiOf 0" the 

t^aweenee L. CrtMM. aoMthara 
Harmon* Fouf. 
« no n m —n ii.n Btrina areiahenr. 
« 45 " - Air Adrenturaa of Jimmy Allan 

a a^ n m To *>' «i"'onnced 

T W» ti m '- "e«i»rn Women 'KOO>. 

""opm— »*it1 I*vani'a Oreheatra, » 

7 an n j*i _ l»iih» Newman'a Oreheatra. 

a no n n . Ph-"dor vtotitiiat. 

i 00 " r^i ^ ^tata Chamber of 

roTilperre <ICOOl 
R n« D w — »ann» We«k'a Orchestra 
» o m — »fank Wa»«n»b» aketeh 

a in n m »•••» Hot^k'n"' r>rrlie<tra 

I no o m - "'i.''a'' Whati»nd» Rallnn 7.0- 

rova ^er-h Krelndler <iollnt«l. In- 

«iriimentall<t« 

• 30 " ve.t,f.,i,v"» Mmlc Robert 

merer", tenor: (director. Frnest Olll. 
to nn n — Krtbk* Veeker's Oreheatra, 
t»i.»o n — r'mmT fJrl'T'a Oreheatre 
M OO - - Bo"*" ,h- Cmdlel'eht Tommv 

( B« no\ I rr mfthork 
KVT i"^r.«:nTM-1C8L-KOL 

a m vr^lre of IKF«ri«nee. ' li u ■ a B 

problemf 

I SA • --^t«ry af Marf Marlte. 4ra* 

matlc. 

a 1^ » m -.w^ve Btxr Tonea. dramatic 

4 n am - Be*»T Crocker. repioe« 

i *S ' Belven the BookendJ. Ted 
Malone , 

to 00 - The Ooldberst. Oertrude Bert, 
drama 

10 40 a rr »ddle Diin'tedler Kntertalna 
M on ^ <r-r»«ret M'-T'-t"'' »on»a. 

M *' a -v * ^'^rf Pe- :rp Paries, 

" 'o « m - M»^f' ' rv'ori«t»ra. 

iS SOpm- Coif-hm '~'-»mbef Orchestra, 

director \'lrtor B«» 
1,00 pm ' •■ 'ii' i"..ir»'l harltone 
I '4 p m B"> M IV« On-tiealra 
» IS p m - "■ild"-iie'« Boad «eriaj 
' no r> m Beoav Ventita aon»« 
J lSnm Wonders of the Heavens. Pr 

Moulten, 
•> A% n m - Chapnel Mnmenta 
1 on n m Fer»i|nlne Panrl»» 
1 *■ n fi- ^'illMn- M^f'^r tone 
4 to p m Pim Moraan « Orrheatra Ken 

M'irrav romedlatr Fhll Reean, tenor 
-< no n m r>on l*e Workahap »KVT> 
^ tn p m - MinlatarP RavW. 
a on rv. mrtlaa at Plekfalr. Mar* Plck- 

ford 

4 in n March ef ThRO. eramatlaad 
newa 

7 on p r>< -witiartf RaWnaon'a Oreheatra. 
7 18 p m — Renfraar af the Wmmted. 
drama 

7 10 rirnven W • 1 ' e r O K»ef» 

n»ene '^nla. Olen Oray a Caaa Lnma 
Oreheatra. 

« on pm -»red Warlne'a Fenn.sylranlans 
a 30'p m»-t»,rv nan. the Min«trei Man 
« 00 p m - r*illIlo Prane. or»anl"» 

• '4 n m •he I.vman'" Orrhe^tm 
10 no p m - To he announced 

'0 *0 p m — B'erllna Toiine i Or'^lie«tra. 
1' no p m - r>lrk .lereen'a Oreheatra. 
1' 50 pm — Fmt) Raffa * Orchestra, 
M 44 p m ' Fill* Rtmhall a OrehaatrS. 



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play in Our v^pori Slu'i». first, 
flodi".' Oualiiy, shai>oliiio>< 
ami superb knitting Icaliu tMl. 

TFIK r.K SMIO— \ Miit uith a.l- 
justablc halter neck. Thr >\rii\'» 




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in « 



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.can be <ie<l-»l^^back. — hi a Ka\a 
. Knit fiiltiit- ro^p. *-hTm?on rcd-i. 
Ulvy, Hcnmida-rayaii, iiiaize- 
i'aLian. rose-plum, 

t'.ipi r. .I'.aill.t. 

IJriced at ... 

Till'* BR.\-'rrCk' -Tin- ia-liit«ii- 
ablc "\"' back ami nt-ckltno c-ni- 
bine perfectty' with the 1Se»uty of 
the iK-vv K.i\a Knit f.tbric. .Sh.ulcs 
arc . .Pagan- jaiUzcn r. ! M i> k. 
Bahaina, mairer— 

BRA-IJKT.— .\ suit of. cia«8ic simplicity '11 
- mrrt-rirojTTiTrt:^''ftTnp'r-tnr Ttrr t^^ii fi>«l »t( i.i^i 
Black, reii. Ijaliaina, mai/c, ruse. lUiiiiu«la 



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A Wide Variety of New Lines Prom WIvch to ChpQse! g 

39c I 



nivA-TUCK-MIO— A >m,ut littlr suit for tbe \oiin-c 
nii.sso. Has a f;racclul l)ackliiic uiitf ailjii>t.i''1f " 
.Shuwii in a miinberi of favorit 
Priced at. a suit 



$4.95 



WbiTT i^iin-Rae. a sofritTercerizcd rayon suitable for costume slips, etc. 
3& jinches wide. A yard u » • 

Voile HI a tine even <piaiily tur siiuickcil I.iiicii, a good Iri>b ^^ua^ily for SuiXier 
blouses and kiddies* d r esaes . All colors s uit s a n d dresses — Popular sh a des a n d 



P.R \-l,.\CK— In this Miit tbe back and ntcklincs are ad- 
justable .1^ vdii dr>irc. Munvn in pluni-ro-f '■■■<■ ' • > 
Bali'ama-^\ lute, w bite- Bahama 95 



5 and maize- Pagan 



and white. 36 inches wMe. .\ yard. ^Bf 
and ■ : " 50^^ 



white. 36 inches wide. Yard VBf 

^\ Iiite {sport Clotb. one of the srason's 



Sturdy-Quality Broadcloth tor cbii- 
drni's hlou.ses and shirt*. All -li.i li ^ 
andwiiite. 3b inches wide, ^■a^d I9<*, 
20r and : 

White l'i<|iic in tine, inrdium .iml \\\<lc 
wale — nio?-t ajipropnatc lor tennis 
frocks, shorts and active .sportswear. 36 
inches wide. A yard 39# and 49f 

Rayon Pi<pie, fine cord with lustrous 
finish. A favorite .Summer material .^(» 
inches wide. Yard. 50^^ 

Lacy Mesh in novelty wcave-^^R*)r> cool 

Sninmcr wen P.i-itrls ;in'i " in'i- 
inches wide, ^ ard . 50^ and ttl>< 

W lutr Hri^andie. a frc-li, orisp ni.itciKtl 
for irnnniinys, etc. 44 im lu > wide \ 
Nar.l .. 30r antl 50<* 

\\ bite TobraK-o, an I^nyli.^b matcn.il in 
pincord- wjca\c. L sed for inany pnr- 
poses. 38 inches wide. A yard....59^ 



newest nl.^trnaI^ "in sofTtord finish ^(> 
inches wide. Yard 69^ 

White CM.itiii-. featnrmp the new 
honeycomb and wattle ucave^ Ideal 
lor swaf;ger suits. coat>, skii.t», etc 
.S2 inches wide. A yard. 79^ and f 1.39 

Uayon Crepes in a nnnibcr of smart 
floral designs and all wanted colors. 36 
inches wide., Make up very 'smart in 
Summer dresses. M. a yard 50^ 

Houcle Print, a nubby cotton fabric. 
Shown in yellow , blue, green and f.n\ n 
36 inches wide. .\ yard - 09^ 

Kn'i|) X'oilc-i. a new f.ilirii .tiul beauti- 
fully woven, wttb attractive pallcriis on 
light grounds. 36 inches wide. .\t. a 
yard ^.y 39< 

.^6 I III b Dimity in *mall patterns in 
fl«)i,il etVect Suitable for chiM-"^ 
wear. A vard 40< 

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,Sta>s ii|» withont shoulder straps. 'Tlie-skirt ni,i\ be 
worn .is a cape; t)ie neckline changed to a "V." Shown 
in >uiart Jaiit/en <hadr«: 



W ithout skirt. 



$5.95 



With skill 



$8.95 

Sport Shop, lat Raor 




BATHING 
CAPS 

N very fine selei lion 
«>l reasonably-priced 
yiiotl-ipialily Bathing 
(.'ap s tn iw on display 
in our Toiletries 
Srcfion. Karh 



1 50c 45c 



We Have a Good Stock of 

CHILDREN'S 
SOCKS 

They're, practical for Summer , , , 
they're smart and tliey're neat-look- 
ing. We show a wide selection in 
shades to match all their little frocks 
and suits; also white. — 






ANKLK SOCKS with nrat-fittin<; tmn d.iwn ciifTs and the new ''I.a->tex'" cuM which 
fits so snugly. AN., li ilt s.h an.l "''brre-t l^n^y.^^ J^»a> m ^clectiqp of plain 

and faH« " • ■ t«i-v -tYjced. per pair 



— aMltrir, Main now 



I A New List of Reprints, $1.25 

S '■ Poor Splemlid WingSj" by ".Memoirs of a Ptiti h 

= l"i,^iu-e> W Miwar. .\gent." by K. 11. liiute 

= , ; , , , , .. , Lockbart. 

.= l)...\\n lMU.;li-lr I.ancs, bv 

^ , , , , ' "The .Sturv of Mv Life," 

SS l.iikiii jolm-' ii. , 11 I • ,, • 

as by Melett. Keller. 

S "Retreat broui tilorj," by , ' ~ \ t ■ k \ 

5SS ^ ^ «... Lawrenn: and the .\i;ilis. 

^ R. C. Bruce Ivocichart. ^ bv Robert ( ;r,.x cs., 

^ "The House of Exile," by „,jj„y ^^j,,^^^ _ 

= Nora Wain. -iaoka. tMar Main flaar 

I New Novels Now in Stock 

= "Tlic Sou of Mariet"ta."bv ' "Tudor Qucch." by ^. V 

= by Johin Fabricius. f3.06 Maxwell f2.50 

S ' Spa rk enbro k t^ _ ' I p the I lilU." bv l.nrd 

B (barbs Morgan 9|)a.oU ' ok 

S h Dunsany ..^,do 

S -A t.lc.ino," bv C.t ,1 . 

g rits $a.00 ' Hester and Her Family. 

S ... , ... « by U. W. Freeman, fa.BO 

as 'Indian lea. by .\ilten 

S Smiles ' 93.00 <'p|ie Green Lion." by 

S "C I a n s m c n. " by F-tbel Francis Hackctt fS.50 

= Boileau faJW lamu mm fiaor 



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i as p m - TMs WMle N»rk A m»mo- 
rlal tA Ann* flelrjrp <b«h#a<l*(l Har 
II. 1U«< 08D. W i m . 1175 mn . 

O0C. St 1 m . t%» m«t . oaa. «• I 

m , • M in** 

itriii.m • 
J 10 r n ri » xr oirm^Uf. UN. WD 

:^ < tr II 77 mrt 
S >9 p rr fflrlni <>ii»rt»tl». with two 
hornn. hr II»»thov»n and MoEtri 



The boys' trymna.sium .squad of 
ths VlctorU HJ«h School presented 
W. A. Roper. Instnietor. wtth a 

lianrt.somr rlijareftf ra.v» and a 
quant It V of clRaret.t«'.^ a.s a t.t)lcen of 
th'-ir »'/%term for hl« work on th^lr 



proofr«i|dlnr staff 
celvcd ts now belnf compll«>d and 
wUt-W.<"|oUi( to preu" shortly 



Inj the RfnersI every-dny scenery. 
The fardenem have had a Job on 
theU* hands planting a new ilower 
bed at the front of the school and 
keeping th« nterv^wr lawn watered 
The palnler.s are rffarlna th»' 
wooden framrworks of the entrances 
besides varnishing ipe paneling In- 
side the schoolroonw. Many desks 
The oopy re- ^nd Incidental things have been 
touched up feeently. 



The Thompnon Trr>phy won Iaj»t 
ypar by ttw> Vlctxirl* Itmh Srhool 

The presentation was made ^tjuad. !,<i now^ln the rare of Mount 

on Friday by Richie Hughes, senior^ View High R<-hoo] soccer players for 
member of the gymnastic crew. Mr.^' ensuing year. Mount View 



round play In the boys' softball 
division. Divisions i snd 16 defeated 
Division 2, 8-2: Dlvb.ionK 30 ahd 34 
downed DivlAlon 8, 14-6: DivUKm 4 
beat DIvMon 9, 5-3: Divisions 15 
.•^nd 31 won over Division M. 19-6, 
and DivLKion 34 was victorious in 
taking the measure 91 OlvMoni I 
and- 34, U-C. 



Victoria Ideal 

h (tr ( 'om rnlioiis 
Slate ^ isilo rs 



Roper was elated on receiving the 
gift and thanked the boys .ii^le- 

heartedly. 



talnsd this right by defestlng Bs- 



qulmalt Hieh Schoo: 3-n m 
final staged on Diur.sday on 
Reywood Avenue field. 



Thorr srt apprqpdmately twenty 
more .school days until the matncu- 
Tlie matriculation studfiit.^ are sturlrni-'. beijin writing their 

nolnu to be well uken care of Hits | „»;„|nnion«. Classes now are al- 
year In rrsrard to thr itrad^iaf.ing most all dev<ked to rtvlew work, 
banquet and dance. Banquet plan* wl^h a few cleaning up the year's 1 
are almost complete, with th> pro- L^ork Junior and preUmliiary stu- 
gramme availabte. and rontalnlng afdenf-s wiTl hi' UlNW|A ftlft ItUB^M 
new front! .ipteee desiifn drawn by ^y ,Iuiw 12 



Ex'elvn Alex,Tndrr 

the 



Tiir arMvr dilire 



AJmobt all the clasn pictures were 
taken by the ,school photographer Knott. Walker Bri-voe. Osborne.! 
duttng the past »-e«k. Team pic- 1 J»ck»on. Bennett, A. Oawaon. O 



I tures taken the previous week turned 



MamSars af th> aerUn fhUh^asaa lc , OUt' remarkably Well. 
Orchaatra DJO. is 4 m , II tf mm. ' 
PABia 

S Is p m - Cancan at Radlo-Faria TTAI 

Ml m. H W mm. ^ 

Masai* 

4 WTgrn - apt e lal breaSeast far Bnr >h 
H«t »nara tAO. IS» m . i.lt m *t 

A vl.'^ltor wai looking round the 
.netlement In Mexico. "What's this 
big l(>«-rabln here?" he asked a 
loc,^; mm TTint ^ our club." said 
the Mexican. "We>e got a new 
treasurer— (Iw last Was a iwlndler." 
'So you sacked him"*" a.<.kfd the 
vl-sltor "Wall." replied the other. 
i-y>;i Mi'.e •<> a trse. "nor*"* 



scheduled to t>eftui at. 8 .^n. and wtU 
continue until midnight. Phyllis 
Addison. Ian Oibson and Olen' 
^^"2 ' Thomas will all give turns during s 



Dawson. La nl t a n.-HamgWBT Hol- 
steln-Rsthloii and Oreensmlth have 

sun'lved the RtifT .second -tourvl com- 
The activities of foriia ."^iriefs petition m the bov» .sinelrs tennis 
were brought to a clonic on Wednw- tournament 
day afternoon, when the 

prise-tlvlnc and POrtla tea,waa held, i i^lmost through seml-flnal play. The 

I addition of two ftne-quallty nets, to 

In the glrl.^' singles tennis tourna- the t«>T i : <ourts have made play 

ment. two matrhe.s have t>een played .more enjoyable 
in the flrst, nnuid .Anna Anderson 

defeated Msry Alexander, 6-2. andi Painters and gardeners have been, „.,„u^ . ..r^ 

mtjii^..^ I qq^j. jofjn Morgan won the oon- 



committee is arransing decoratioru. I Tht recent gymnaMum display 
and favors to please all. with a fln*| «nd the matrtculalton play bothi-T'""^^ '*h ' 
suppoiling cait of tntermLs-sion realt7/rd rinanelaJly iMSldes b<rtnff • "iS^... * 
srtlsf^ The banquet wtilcAmmrnf e riii,eriainmeiit sueeewes. TTie*r am- 
at 8:30 (Klork *nfi the danro ir l:iiid.s will allow the iftr.miing 

Students Council a leeway tii small 
vwney matters. 



Several High School boys pisyed 



smiual week sludent*^lrtI^exi^ed°V tei''*"^*"' ^ ^'P'"*'' "»i""'-'<>" ^""'•^ mat. he., with a 

"^che.stra has be<«n engrfued and ih*" ron'inirfM fr >m M'>,ii-it Vir* Hiirh 

studenUs of the eraduating year are ' Sfhoo; A ;i ' -<! . •. Miller. M^- 

looklng forward to a Rai.i time ; Cutcheon. Cireensmith and Osborne 

rejsresented the Ferny p ed Road Ui- 

At the last regalar meeting of the ...ion and Rla4eiL.Tysoe, Hincks 

sump Club on niursday the young - - -- 



Victoria la the Ideal conventloo 
city and ahould ke admtlaad mbrt 

than at present. 

This Is the general opii.ion of 
many delegates in thu city to at- 
tend, the sixteenth annual reuil 
craiUt eohfereaoe of credit exedt- 
tlves of the Pkelfic North went 
• "I m Rfiing to spend nr. honey- 
mnnn her» " Amttl^ft\ nne Q{ tlM . 



.1 



delegates from Spokane, 

Ai.o'her . delegatiV aj resident of 



r.ii''K'>ii stated that the scenic 
beaiii V of the capilsl City WIS "the 
ve ever seen." 



Others daclared that thef had 
heard of Victoria, but the reporu 
they had received of Its beauty ffid 

nor. do the rnv justice The vtnltorA 
sdvised more advertising and pub- 
Ucity. 




rTONIGHTATe- 

IHAtT " 

^tCKFORD 

m 

"PARTIES AT PICKFAIR" 

KOL KVI KSL 
Tii» n w II I <> I 1 11 

VICTOaiA irt COMr^XT 



Jov Nixon MiMxWWiWTn J<ia:. 
Line. Jessie Scott and Ha74»l Hutch- 
inson are the only girls m first year 
who have entered the tennis tourna- 
ment for that asctton ao far, Bntrie.i 
art e a pe ct ed to idoae.al the fnd of 
thisireeit.- 

The St Margaret's School |lrls 
defeated the High School tennis 
team on Thursday tatcmooo on the 
Gladstone Avcwfc eowts ky ll 
esm«K to 24. 

Tbe last call for Camosun mate- 
, rial was made en Friday by Prtnd- 
|, pal H. L. tHMth, m ««id Inaa the 



LIVERISH? 



Itis r/i«n d Pdfifiy d Dose 

88 



and Aldoiu Oerendid Mount View s 
laureU There will be a .series of 
exhibition games wtth Normal 
^ _ ^ , School students on Wednesday on 
test with a high average and CoTln ^ ^^^^ ^ toumament will 

Pylre pia wrt gp f nn rt A ll t h ree s fn - t^^-^ ,^^ ooOepe on 
dents received stamp prises from ^ ■ ^ 

Miss Adele McLeod. The members | ■ ■ 

have now ofBclally disbanded for the I ^oach W A. Roper anttelpater' 
year, but wni complete compiling a navlQg a stronc softkaU aim to ftp- ' 
gift package of stamps to be sent to the school tn a friendly ttmti i 

• studenU in New Zealand. Boys who ^ ^f^j^ from Normal School .n 
will be returning to school next IWl! Thursday or Friday of this week. 

I liope that this interchange of stamps, ~— ~-i ■ — - I 

wtt^ distant paru will continue snd 
tt$fad. 



DANCING 
FEET 

Stay Soft, Dry 
• nd Cool When 
Rubbtd with 



Divlslor^ 28 20 and t A and 8 
hsve withstood second round oom- 
petiuen in the girls' softbal) Hague 
vttl adva^oe l0t« tlM 



Patient-Dortx>r. I fOol 1m a sery{ 
?iin-do»n condition. — 

Doctor -TfAv far do yoa wtaiii ti^ 
run down? 
Pauent-weii. I was thmkmf ef