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VictlorU ftni. Vlcinily— Pre^h to •troDC 
westerly wlnda; partly cloudy and * 
cooler, a few light scattered »hcm*t%. 
Vancouver and Vicinity— rreah tp 0tnog 




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Social Editor Empire 3311 



m. ll»^EICHTIETH YI^AR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1938 



FORTY-FOUR PAGES 



GIANTS WIDEN LEAD 

Ninth Straight Victory in National LeaRur; Turn* Rac k Rro<^klyo — PafC 15 



ARRANGE FOR FESTIVAL 

B.C. DruM Group Preparmf for Next Year's Content Here — Page 3 



SOCCER RACE CLOSE 

Are Battlinf Hard for First Division Football Honors — Page 1 7 



English 
Teams 



MSTON NORTH END 
WINS ENGLISH- CUP; 
. 93,000 SEE MATCH 

I'enalty Goul SqiiaH 1-0 Viclory Over Hud- 

denfield Tohii at Wembley Stadium — Tally 
Is Scored Thirty Seeonds From End of 
" Over time Per iod — Royalty AttenLds 



Among Qty's Beautiful Spring Gardens 



LONIKW, May 1- The-English Football Cup rests in 
Preston North End's clubrooms today after a lap8e~~0f 
forty-nine years. The famous Lancashire team, one of 
the originak of the footb all league, won the trophy for the 
second time on Saturday, vanquishing Huddersfield Town, 1-0, ' 
in th« moat exciting finieh to a cup iiijal ever seen at Wembley 
Stadium. 

Osocse Mutch, clever Preston for- 
word. aeorad the match-winning 
goal from a penalty In t he last m ln- 
ute of a gamf> that went llf flSln- 
utea without a acore. 

The two First Olvliflon t^ajns 
played through the regulation nmety 
nla m tes, rttspUytnf a teand of aoc- 
~eir «m Bl ae ttae aKMertd likely 
to produce goals. With excitement 
at fever pitch the playen fought 
desperately to break the deadlock 
In overtime, and It waa a bad mis- 
take by Toung, HuddersAeld centre- 
hair and eapUta,-^t Isd te Prss- 

WhSB MMeh s ee m ed Mt te score. 

Young charged him lllpually and 



RESIE TALK 
ON HIGHWAY 

U.S. Officials and Premier 

C"-" iilo to Continue 
negotiations 
OTON, Apm M OP).^ 
NeRotiation/ for • Joln< Canadian- 
Referee A. J. Jewell pointed to the i United States construction of a road 
apei with hardly • protest from Washington State to Alaska 




RONE TO BECOME EOCAL POINT 




Ninetppn Feared 
Killed in Crash 
Of Italian Plane 



R 



OME. April M i/Pi.—A pas. 



nineteen persons bound from 
Tirana. Albania, to Rome, was 
believed today to have crashed 
near Formia, Italy. The Ala 
, Llttoria Airline office neither 
confirmed nor denied that th« 
plane had crashed, but a re- 
liable source said it was cer- 
tain that disaster had over- 
taken the craft One n jiort, 
reaching Rome from Tirana. 
s4id the plane carried pas- 
seiiRers returning to Italy trom 
the wedding of Kinn Zott and 
Queen Geraldlne of Albania 



Czeehoi^Iovakia RemainH Danger Spot While In- 
tere>*l Ontren on (lonfecenee Betneen Hitler 
And Mussolini at Italian (Capital on 1 nee- 
day — Demonstrations Banned ati*rah« 

German Dictator Is Promised 
Thumlerous Welcome at Rome 



I 




— HlOtO«r»|>h by A»«o<'i»tr<l Screen' Newi. 

Thrown Open to Public Inspection 



the Huddersfield playTs 
il took the kick and sent a hi«h 
Into the net that aeimped the 
hi lt« fllffht. 

<V"BOYALTY ATTENDS 

llMlr^tkrse ttk^sand speetators, 

iMhidlng the King and Queen, saw 
Pres to n avenfe the 1-0 victory 
soersd W ■UddsisHsId m the ina 
flaaL " 

Mncularly enough it was a pen- 
aHir goal that gave the York.shlre- 
men the honors at that time. Award- 

Gentlnwed M Page t, Cohrarn 1 



Many of the Beautiful Gardens In Victoria and District Will Be 

During Spring Garden Week, May 4 to 11, Inclusive. This Photograph Shows a Corner of "Inglenook " 
the Garden of Robert Waddell, 3540 Maplewood Avenue -•-•-»'-- n*«nooa. 



This Garden Is Open to- the Public at All Times, 



SALVAGE WORK 
IS PIPTED 

ClrHioo litlidents Say Pre- 
etdent Set Giving Con- 
triet to OrfentftI 



were resumed today by Premier T. D. 
Pattullo of British Columbia. • 

Mr. Pattullo left here last week 
with the announced fiitention of 
conferring with Dominion oCQclal,s at 
Ottawa. He talked today with Dr. 
Ernest H. Oruenlng, director of the 
Interior Department's Territory .Di- 
vision, amonK other oCflcii^, and ar- 
ranged a conferenceMider with 
Anthony J. DImmd. Alaskan dele- 
gate. 

LOAN MENTlOffBD 

ReporLj* the Administration might 
ask Confress to authorise a ^15.- 

000,000 lean to Brftidi ^umbla to | " 

flnanoe construction of the chief re- WASHINOTON, April 30 (IT^.— 
matnlng Jink of the 200-mlle high- The United StJites Congress' aver- 
way followed a eonferenee hers last j slon to dotng much about antl-tmst 
week. or other controversial matters at 

Dimond said ofBclala were still this session beesme manifest In- 
"seeklng a formula" for possible creaslngly today and Administration 
United States assistance . to the loders concentrated on whipping 
Province, which has pleaded Inabil- President Roseevelt'a lendlng-!q;>end- 
ity to flnanoe the project alone. He programme Into shape for an 
added he had "reason to believe \ ear' y vote. 



ly HOLD UP Moore May Head 
mMJm Special -Branch o f 

Labor Department 



Congress expected to De- 
lay Measures to Debate 
Recover.^rogramme 



Thirteen on 
Boat Overdue 
By One H eek 

ST. JOHN'S, Nfld , April SO i'^ — 
A motor boat with thirteen persons 
aboard which left Englee for St.. An- 
thony, a .sixtv-mile trip la.st .Sat- 
urday, wa.s r( tx>rt<'d mlssinK toniRht 
In unconfirmed word reaching St 
John's. Both places are on dip 
northeastern tip of Newfo\^dland, 
far from direct tr;pk,riaph or tc\c 
phone commimlcation. 

The missing persons Included 
Nurse Curran, of the Ormfel .Mis- . . . , , , ^ 

.slon, and five patients bound for the ^'"^ i'>reatened supply lines of the 
mlMlon's hospital at St. Anthony. J«P«"»-e advance guard reported 
Government offlciaLs here h.id no ""'^ ''""^ ^^'^ railway. 

Tencheng. which Is from ten tb 
wen!', in:'p.> brhiiul the .si')earh«'ad 



-J . . . . 1 termediate ^ 

iMe^ AdminiHtrative Body Planned to Implement ^^ther condttidns en route 

Part of Purvis Report on Unemployment — 

Mew tJ.S.>(4inadian Trade Treaty Not 



Expected Before Prorogation 



DIES IN FALL 
HELPING GIRL 



LXLIiOOVT. B O. Aprtr 3« ^ — 
An Oriental continrfor '^ns entaced 
In dcmoUsMnf a British Columbia 

' rsttllef camp fer the Provincial Oov- 
emment today, while resldenta of 
this Cariboo district raised a storm 
of protect against fffaatlaf a eon- 
tmei te a^ p^eif • 

■* Tlieach AHfiitr Wxon. chief Oov- 

emfhent pngliieer, orderad work held 
up, peding the return ot Hon. P. M 
McPher.v>n. MlnUfer of Publlr 
Werka, Tsa Louie, Chlnse* contrac- 
tor at Aiiiepoft, was continuing the 
work with the aid of several ulilfe 
rancher*. Tlie rancheis are to .share 



President Roosevelt favored It. 

ROOSEVELT TAKES 
mOAy AT SEA 

nt Ma/ Cwo 
iVtoar^ 



(SMeial ta The Oelenlat ) 

TTAWA, April 30.— With Tom Moore at its head, the 
Government is considering establishment of an adminis- 

tretnre body within the Department of Labor to deal Alfred H. Allen, 144' 



Infwmed legislators said the | with unemployment. Its ffcrsbnnel would implemem those fea- 
tures of the recommendations of the Purvis National Employ- 
ment Commission which the Government regarded favorably. 

The move is calculated to head 



prifl|ivr^ncern of most members 
wasto complete actkm on still pend- 
U-iK phh.V(« of fh« MM 2 000.000 

Jlending:-ffP!end>ng .pr9grafnpi«t. .c.i?sn 
up the tax revision bill and other 

measure-^. 



ADJOURNMENT TAJUK 
Talk of adjournment between 
May 19 and June 15 raised an 
obstacle to action this year on the 
abolition of bank holdlnr com- 
panies. R field in which the Prr";!- 
CHARl.rarON. SC. Aipiil 30 Ti. «fked prompt Jegi.slai ion. In 



Cnlied States Prraident 
To West Indies 
New CnUaer 



- Away from the' grind of oflBclal 
conferences and economia| 'problems. 
President Roosevelt rode] the calm I there ^as 
.^eas of the South Atlantic aboard 
the I rim cruiser Philadelphia today 



his m<^nopoly message yesterday. 
But l(|gLslators generally agreed 



In the salvaee of lumber from the on a varadon that may .take him 



I J^0<^ chance of ftmds 

belnir fote?!, j^s- Mr. Roosevelt re- 

Continaed on Page t, Colunn S 



caap^ No. 334, at Antolne Creek. 



Xioele's bid. for demolishlnt. the 
eamp wee ipespledieAicn the Oov- 
emment called for bl* 

While the amotfnt Involved wm 
small, settlers of th«^ dLitrlct have 
protested to Victoria, declaring the 
Oemnmentjraa setting a precedent 
and dL-iergarding the .<;f ipul.itlon 
barring Orientals from pai th ipatlng 
in, any public works contract. 

.aeflets U. Murray. Liberal mem- 
isr ef the teclsisture for Llliooet, 
commentln« on the matter, %a\A: 

"In granting the contract to Louie, 
Oovemftwit officials refused to be 
' m* dSd by P iy advloa in the matter 
A 'pieeedent has been established ' ment Compa 
which .sets ,vide louWativn enact- 
ment governing such matters." 



to the West Indies, 

Stocked with th#» late.st news- 
papers and White Hoiuie reports on 
reaction to his lengthy anti- 
monopoly message. Mr. Rooievelt 
boarded the new inooo-ton cruiser 
at the Na\y Yard at S ^ am, and 
an hour later was headed .south- 
ward amid . the boiling 5f twinty- 
one gun salutes from the Phllkdel- 
phia and a Navy Yard battery. 



Island Man 
Drowned, in 
Mohun Lake 



NINE HURriN 
AUTO ACCIDENT 

Automobiles m Head -On 
Collrsion on Kingsway 
In Vancouver 



flodr of the Hou.,e of Pj^n*. i rtn tik A-iurr «' 

at findings of the ^ 'H* t^'i'*. in-M,.!'.*! 



1ft .'0 



off fur^ljieri^iible-barrelPd critK-i.sin _^ ^^'^''''"^f, * ^^chol^l jfir 
voiced oa (ijie 
Commons that 

abolL«;hed commLs.sion have not been Allrod H A.icn. . aiix n'er. 

put into effect, and that work of thn i I"id'>.smi!h i^'trept. •aIlh lir fol; 

commlwlon from a .Icwpolnt of ' '*^t '""om the walk t» a ledpe 
practical results has been u.vless. 

Six p'ipi'.. (4 .S( Maicarrl .Scho'V. 



These crttlcl.vm."! have ci|)me chiefly 
fr-'iii Wr.'-t^-in aid Qiirti|>c -:Tiry])ort- 
er.s oi the Oovrmiix u , altliciph 
initiated by Con.'serystlVB members. 
CATSINO MlTH*rONrF.RN 



information that the boat was mi s- 
Ing Other sources .sa.d r n i: 

have put Into f ishot Lslaflid,. an uir . °^ Japanes«> olTen.sive on the 

" point, to avoid tee or eastern end of the thirty-mile 

Limghal fron*. ^^s captui-ed by the 
! Chinese In a surprise attack la.st 
night, but was quickly recaptured by 
a reinforced Japanese assault 

Chinese headquarters admlUed 
the loss, but said reinforcement* 
wrre being ry*hed in for anoUier 
aticrnpt to take th' strate«ic citv. 
Ma'-vv, !if (i(f. a village Just to the 
we.'^t of Tancheng, wa.s expecKxl to 
be the .s<'ene of a major etiKaRenient. 

11 : n ;• . i , • ,r n't • i . . 
qiK'iiily hiive prcciii U'tl llie Chinese 
would attempt lo break the new 
Japane.Ho ofTen'.ue bv driwing their 
columns quickly into the Intenot 
and then striking at the enemy 
.ippl^ imc Thus Ls the ^trateKv 
tii' v II -ed ;n lircliiim ilif prev'.nu 
Japajir. (■ ,\: , p in s<jiith Shantung 
early m April, " 

The Chinese drive on Tancheng 
I>artlcii;ar:\ et.r|,ii,k:fr.s the ,Iaiifl- 
ii'^c font- r N.ii.lakoA , flfiorn 
in)le,«, s'liitlitt »'.> t of 'ii.f to.in ami 

five mile.n of 111,. 

which if, ti.e ' t),i ; i .p .,f iiio 



ONDON. April 30 (/?^).— It is Adolf Hitler's move in the 
European game which may involve war or another chanj;e 
in the map Little Czechoslovakia, the itpuhlic horn in 
the Great War. is the danger spot. There"? with May Day to be 
celebrated tomorrow, the Government banned political demon- 
strations in an effort to prevent possible raci.il and party clashen 
at a time when Konrad Heiilcin. leader of the country's min- 
ority of 3,500,000 Germans, is demanding a chani;e m the 
nation's foreign policy and autonomy fof his followei s. 

But th<» [)iiiiw actio!! ni xt ».»«>k i.s 
fcxii.Hcd iii>l in Pr.iha bu! in R^nie 
Bi'nlto Mii.s.solinl there hold* the 
balance nf power, • wl* h one hand 
cla-spiiiK Hnlt r .s u\ ihe lionip-Bei lin 
'iiK .i;i nii I ihi- oilier cl.i.spiiiK' Brit - 
: I) P;iu:.' Mini. 'cr Nf.illf Cliani- 
ixrlams under the Anglo-Italian 
accord, 

TO RKNEW AGREEMENT 

Hitler IS no, UK 'o IVune on Tue.«- 
dav to i« new and, .some think, to 
htrenn'hen, the (icrinaii - Italian 
\*"'l<in« ani<-<'iiivi;i, whi h ninv l)e- 
oonie an an.sA»'r to the highly 
diamatised renewal of the long- 
.stHJuiing Anglo- Pre mh accoid to 
•Aoiit together If Onnany should 
beioni|» a nicnare Tlic fK'rmaii 
Cliajiniior liivs tx'»'ii pioiiii.swl a 
mitfhty weleonie on hu arrival at 
R<»nie 

That Is hlA first move. The other 
(Continued on Page 3, tNjI, if 



BIG BATTLE 

Chinese Threaten to Cut Off 
Supply Lines of Japanese 
Advance Troops 



SHANGHAI, May 1 (;Pi-A furi- 
ous battle for pos.se.s,sion of t!ie 
walled town of Tancheng. twcruy 
miles north or the LuiiKhai Railway, 



Lady- 

smith Street. Loses Life 
At Breakwater 



LOSES HEAVILy 
IN POKER GAME 

Los Angles Player Then Gets 
Order Hnltmq Payment 
Of $150,000 



16.14 Fort .SI 11 "I. \i iicfl I'lf brriik 

water to !.P\ lUc .-lU Hll^^ III. M l! <' 
Rrowfh.', for a ri.i.-s m !•;(• nr- auu'r- 
Three of tho KirLs imiHined at \hr 
.shore end to explnrr the hearh The 



lini, 
m - 



The unexpected attack u cau.slng j others walked along the breakwater »™ around PlhMen. about -wenty 



n09JNM FIRE D.%MAriE 



C Newman, thirty 
at Mohun Lake, near Campbell [ McOulre. 
River, abnut 7 o'clock last night. ' KInnard 
when hLs canoe upset wHIle fishing. 
BrlM.sh Columbia Police hendquar- 
fiPOKANE, Wa.sh,. May 1 i/Pi, _i tcrs here reported. Newman's wife 
Fire, whteh Police Ofrieer H. O.'' *>aby, who were with him at tKe 
Davenport said was set by two ' of the tragedy, were rescued 
youths who fled -In an automobile, "nd taken to Campbell River Hos- 
destroyed the WashinK'nn Moivi- pi'al. 

i\y. on West.Second Av- llie body wa.s not recovered, but 
enue 4iere at midnight. j sfsrch will continue under th-. f< ■ . 

No estimate of the damag« wasltlon of Constable M N. MacAlpine, 
made, but employees of the company ! of the British Columbia Poiw-e 
who were at the •x-erte. said equip- Newman wa.* employed 



VANCOUVER. May 1 - Nine 
persona were taken to hoepi^l early 
todiay. thre^ In "lenous condition, 
after two automobiles collided 
head-on on Kingsway. 

Most seriously injured were Mal- 
colm Mclver, Harry Ha>-ward and 
Mrs. Hayward, his wife, alf suffer- 
ing undetermined head infiiries. 

Other injured, all described as 
being In falriv «ood" condition by 
wa.s drowned i hospital authorities, were; James 



the Government serlofis concern I to Investigate t.he 
when supported by the rank snd ' below the ror if to i,, , 
file of Its own ranks. Meeting of | FAI-i,.s os IIK\n 

the.se protest.* would anirlioraie to One Rlrl pro«-redPd along the 
^some degree. It la believed by the I narrow ledgf ten feet from the' top 
I adminUtraUon. the attitude of the] Near the end q( the hreakwa er. she 
free trade element among 'he I :h- endeavore<l to reaph the 



irrnnit* bUK-k.-* frnles southwe.«it of Tancheng. 



erals clamoring for drastic tariff 
reductions in the budget. 

Many of these free trade members 
represent constituencies where em- 
ployment condittrtn-s are .srvere They 
had hoped a new Canada-United 



Ronald FlsherT George "S***" ^f^f Pa^'t would be In this I possible ha-ste ronMahir.s r .st 



Milne McDonald. Miss B. 
Hayward and Jack Myers. 



direction. - With indications, how- 
ever, that Parllailient will prorogue 



upjier walk 
Mr. Allen, who was on top, leaned 
over to tflke hcT hand. His foot 
."^lipped Bel ore the crs of Mif 
terrified girl, he fell over the ,.ifio 
and land''(l <mi hi.s \u->\i\ ,,n :lic Iclur 
Police wfre ,«iunimoried with all 



son, W. Andrews 
Mercer fouiu' .Mr 



IVOR ALGERS MEETS 
INSTANT DEATH IN 
LOGGIlfG ACCIDENT 



CANADA WELL EQUIPPED 

TO PRODUCE ^AIRPLANES mV»S!SaSia^ ^'"^ '^"'^ " 



by the 



f-Bay. 



qunro, A^lt m V.^Catiada Is 
• well equipped to produce efflclent 

fighting airplanes. BrlRndief-Oen- 

OTB «r William Alexander .said to- 
< JW - IM .bOMTded the Canadian 

^ ffMMto liner impresa of Aiistralla 
for the Brltl.sh Isles 

Former director of aircralt_jup- 
pltoa and prodtaetloM in Btgland 
dtirlnff the mtr, BIr WUUatn lald 
Canada was ft '*mtly ptaoe" for 
Britain to build akptelM for the 
R«gral Air rprm. 



cOmi from Vancouver four months 
tug m lie leaves hia wife and one 
young son. 



Longshoremen Refuse 
To Pass Picket LineBREAlsUPLONG 



Ivor Algers, employed In the load- , 
Ing-gang of the I.sland Logging Com- j 
pany at its operations near Jordan 
River'; was instantly 'klO'ed yesterday 

when^struck on the head hv a bloi k 

Of wood thrown into the sir by the Glaclep PHest Says Isolation 

loading cable. Alger, is said to have j ^^^jj^ p^^^^ ^g^,^^^ 



.1 Stronu a'nd H 

.Aiif^li III, roil. ■ IO').s 

wlthotit negotlaflyw at Washington and d>iiiK Dr K C H,.M who ar- 
rived a few minutes later, pio- 
nouncfd life extinct city poliee 
turned the cjuse over to the Provin- 
cial Pojicp, the hreakwHt*>r being 
within their inri.'-^li' ' ifin An In^ille^t 
will be held thLs werk 
The remalas are rr.-.iirir «t the 
m.snn Fiiripral Homo, jK'i.fl ni,' 
1 arrangehients. which will be 
announced later. 



CenUnaed en ^ge 2, Cdumn S 

CATCHES COLD 
COLD ZONE SE 



T,0,S ANTjKI.F-s Apii! 30 7- 

Tlie K.vjlir .KlMilKTfl lo Where llipr«" 

wa,^ $:<40,0O0 in chefiues and lou ^ 
in the pot. one of the laruen re- 
ported in these iwrts. 

It WRs Stud poker nriM t\i\rf of 

be;s Acip I1.1U hi (I niuV llir lir.ii- 
cards tuiaed up nuc pi,i\rr had 
t%o pairs, kiiiKf o\er jacks, and the 

Othrr h.id tlu'r *<e.rn.s 

Hrtrrv T. C-lifh,n, »i ion of a 

, h\ 1 II I, ,11,1 n w II M|- 

•'•I'l n !- ■ ^"f,l' ■ • H ,i'iii Fi' 

'0<lri'., rM-" 0(,t;,ll.|,,i; a fflllilMM., 

court or(|< I h,ir iiiH pn\ int-hi of h , 
vading arnn Other Japane.se forrp,^ chcf'jiir^ for ll.snooo, that he held 

the two pairs l^w BrW fr.rmer 
.■song and dnnc4* man, held th'' 
thn-e s. , ;,, i,p snld 

I IIAR<.K<« TRK KKRV 

Clifroti rliHiiirri 'trKk arid (Wv^p 
and mi.srepre.vntatlon, ' claiming 
Brtr*. had repr«»it>nt«<d himself as a 
wealfliT man. oapahl^ of paving a 
in.ii.-ir 10..V h.id the cards gone 

iiKHlImt lum 

The otdiT iila-.ers. fiifion 'nid in 
In, stat»'fiici;f <}..,o iMiimv fiuiiiaii. 
brotliff of the Try .s (luih.in. 

^ :ii I nr.'f Ia A'H 

Hn Ki\ IM I h.i ' I Ml I » nk"> I I' 

ll.ld |I|< t Mr.' r .-ll^fj \ , ; ; .j^ (,,, 

fpre I I.'. .| I,:!,,.., '< a, ^ rni.ho?' - 
airf. ai (! Ji.af hr |r,' ■ t;M i,),<, • 
til' III .' 4 p/ikfT R,.nie and "iiou^'i,' 
no'hiiin of 1' 

Su;K'M',r .J'l'lKf y.,1 n,/ ' H Wi, 

" ■ ''. ' .1. i.rf < I !• I .».• Ill, ». 

a Irjp At r •, I,., , i .J^ ,, ||., ,„,. 

WH- lo hrt «• hf"M fl i".r I I »*iO(l/i1 

I tl'Viur u „■ r ,- , . •,■ . ^ ■ , r , 
■THd .1 llOfivxi draft »a< on ,i l/<u- 
don hunk. 



Expects Aid 
For Airport 
At V ancouver 



\ .WrorVFTT? .Apt! I .10 ^ A;.|. r- 
ni.in H I).W,:, r,, rhairinan ol 'h'» 
civie airport com'<uMrr Mid 
lie wa^ coiilKfrjit the c:'-, ttohlfl rr- 
cr.vp ab'.ut $r<n r^oo f!, |,i w o ( . n, , 
Ci'iM Munen' for sirjvni. riewJopnieir 
this vrar 

He .said lif had recrhed a I»»"e; 
from J A V.'i;sf,ii. comptroller of 
civil avwnon ft? Ottawa, asking for 
an e<;'irtia''' n»i ihn co<.t of cer^aii 
improi.'ii.r: 1 .. Sf 1 Munri ha.^c 

"On r<" r:; ■ ■ \ . mlMr-iiaf ion t h*> 
i''p;»r' tn< i,' ■• i,; Iii;m«'dlale ron- 
«idera!iOTi to the iniprovem'«ntA, ' iht 
letter said 



Bronchial Ailments 



PSA^ DIRECTORY 



riMiwlal 
JaM Mson 



■■*«*<B^*«**«**9 Mgff9 8t 
Page 11 



Closing Tacoma Porti 

Watrrfroiil Kmpio) rrn Shu! Doun IWkM TIhen 
GaiijiM >\ alk Away From rar«:o V^ aitinjij to Be 
Loaded — Ship* Sail Deadline 



SIT-DOWN STRIKE 



KINO ISLAND, Alaska April DO 
'f^ — "You ean't: get Bwa\ frnm a 
pold by l.xolaflnir yo(ir'<rif in fsvih- I 
sero regions. ■ Father Bernard R, | 
Hubbard. fl J . glacier priest, here on 
a sdentinc expedlUon, said he was 
convinced today. 

"The idea iaoiallon is proof | 
, BEL^INOHAM. Wash.. April 30 against common colds is errmeous - I 
A jMtitortodaybroke upa "sit- !he said. "Just before e.is sp- j 
down" demonstration by a handful vere colds began aitacknuf naiives-| 
of relief worVers at the County , and whlti»s alike Father La FV)rtune. ^ 

the 



Victoria Choir Is 
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At Island Festival 



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since April 12 Arctic, and myself were completely Xl Society closed one of .t, mr.,» 



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TACOMA, Wash.. April 30 (^P) — The port of Tacotnt. an 
induatry involving $131,000,000 wftrth of goods annually., 

waj. dctert«d tonight, oloMd tight by or4«fl q{ wattrfroneJ '"^^ weeks, happened to ■ for this sudden epidemi 

Page 17 C!'^ players* • r ' 1 be ^outside In a corridor when the | nor anything from the oi 

"II.'III" Page fj The employer, aefed today after for itevwtav fangg to «ar1t air« !*"i!*C'.K"''lll!r'^ wnpty.lhad oome to the i„and Kven the 

i>n tt kwyhor emen. for two weeks. h«l waiting on the dock for the shTp^ Jrou 'j^ST^ 

' »M» •■ ! to pM» a Sailors- ITnlon of ' Each day. the gangs answered ^ oourttootiie, 

Page « the Paclflr picket line to load the call 



Courthouse 
on 

The Workers, who had camped In choked up with bronchial allmenu. 
the county conimi."*.''lonetS' offloe for . ' Tliere was no reason nor cause 

J v • . - c No man 

1 be ^outside in a corridor when the nor anything from the ouUlde world 



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Shepard Line freighter 

ftr twelve dayg, tlit tn 



then turned back .to .thtlr 
Timber hiring haU when confronted by tlw 
|Plcketa._.' 



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A few minutes later first migratory birds had not tj^- 
pcarod. .Tit. W allfwere ailing and 
. A few dayg afo the coounissloDen eoofhing ** 

aalted Shmir W. T Fsrmer to erlet He called common colds man's 
the group, but f!;*- latt#r refu.sed, greatest enem\ and said tlvlr 
•Bying he would not act without a bause still waa a puzzle to the 



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NANAIMO. B.C.. April 30 -The Upper-Island Musical .a,d'\'« 
Society closed one of its moist successful festivals on I-ekich on 
Saturday afternoon, followmK the adjudicat lo-i of e!o( u 
tion classet and folk dancing. Folk dancing classes brought an 
air of pageantry to the Pygmy Pavilion, where hundreda of chil- 
dren. costumerl in character, displayed a g^rand vanety of atrrre 
ranging from the quamt Irish washerwoman to replicas of 
gorgeoua costume* of the Orient. Periia and other far-away 
lands. ' 



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T7» Hope Cup was aa..uded to 
MUsi Martan Yfctes of Nanalmo. for 

the ■ .. ; k , 



won the cup for the highrnt. mark^ 
n 'horal work in the Pestjval 
i-"' .'i' ^ folW)ws 

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in custody several ho<irs sfter In 
axles' 

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he Was adnu"«d ' ■ ■■ 
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Indian Fights Death 
In Far North Rather 
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EDMONTON, April 30 '(F*.— A heroic stoiv of Indian love 
WM approaching its final chapter in the little beaver In- 
dian settlement at Fort Nelapn, whern Simon Burkn toy 
dyint with tuberculoiit after h« had wfunnd to hii wife 

for the comforts of a hospital. ' • 

eeh-ye»r-old wife. By law, It ta for- 
bidden to move an Indian Without 
permission of Uic department, n<> 
rben be found it ImpoMlble to g< 
In toudi with authorities by radio, 
the pilot was' fie«d with a eocnpU- 
caii'd probh'm. 

He delayed departure untU Tues- 
day, trylnc to persuade the Indian 
to fly out with him. leaving his wife 
with the tribe. But he. met ^tti 
staunch refusa l. lUen welttog lee 
forced action.' 

"Xoe io the^m itaited lo linak 
and It had eat^m half way tomrds 
my airplane. 6o I decided then 
that I would liuve to jo, Indian W 
no Indian," Kublceic explained. 

He^took off Tuead^, and aeooid- 
InK to radio rpports, the lee went 
out on Wedne.sday. 




Too bad I die. " were tiie young 
Indlan'a partisig woi!^» 
iErnest Kublcek took off on sltls 
from a crumbling strip of water- 
rlninied loe on which he had risked 
landing to fly Burke south to Fort 
St. John HospttM Monday. 

Love "of dark-eyed Madeleine 
Burke, tull-blooded Indian gu-i. lor 
her InfUcted uapper-husband. came 
to light last month when she flew 
to Bdmonton with him. then refused 
io leave his sule during a fourteen- 
hour vigil m a hoepiital the re. When 
Simon Imp roved colOTerably, the 
couple wcra flown back to their 
home, 620 air miles northwe&t of 
this city, on April 1. 

TRIBE STAYS IN CAMP 

Me<^aL Mthortyes realised little 
could be done to save the twenty 
(ive-year-old trapper, but India, 
Depa^tmenl authorities decided 
should be moved to^Fort Nelson be- 
cause other Indlaris In the tribe 
refu.sed to leave camp, ou llie sea- 
aonal beaver hunt wRBe tnev mend 
was dying. 

"It seema to be a tradlUon In In- 
dian trtbes. Wtwn I «i lived, all 
natives were In camp, crowding 
around the sick man. As long aa toe 
Is these they will soc leave until he 
dies,'' Pilot Kublcek said. 

On a special fliKht from Port St. 
Jotut. Kublcek planned to land on 
thetJPort Nelson River, but 
'(iPen Water 

found a patch of ice "about the size 
and shape of a battleship, ' and 
settled for a< precarious la n d in g on 
Monday aflemooB. ' 

PILOJ^-M^kkl DBCIf lON 
His orders were to fly the sick In- 
dian to Port St. John. But Simon 
refused to leave without his eight- 



s PRESTON NORt¥eND 
WINS ENfiUSH OIP 



Continued from Paf« 1 
ing of tlie free kick Jed to bitter pro- 
tests, as niany thought the refer- 
ee's action unwarranted, but there 
was no d<5ubt as to the legality of 
Saturday's iip'iial'y. 

Following the match His Majesty 
presented the cup to the Preston 

. team, while the Quern trive cup 
found . , , . ^ . 

^ ^ . J. J ■ .■^jrytiM^ii to lhe members of each team 
So he .studied the arelCTJ^^ <^remony ws. televlaed for the 




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Aa usual the ItiaA attracted thou- 
sands from all parte of the United 
Kingdom. It . was estimated that 
the nelghbormg coimtles' Of I«lMa- 
-shlre rach sont 10.000 t6 I^OOdon, 

30,000 coming from^ other piurta of 
the' country. 

Younif. more than any other man 
on the Hudder.«ifleld eleven, was re- 
sponsible for Preston's inability to 
score and yet he was guilty of at 
least one other error that might 
easily have led toti penalty. A few 
minutes before the end o( the gam& 
he appei^red to handle the ball -after 
a free kick, but th* refrree Ignwed 
Preston's appeal for a penalty. 

Smith. Preston^ centre -half, 
j proved the hero Of the Lancashire 
I side. He did magnificent work on 
I the defence, but w<\j unable to a.s- 
I slst his forwards to the same extent 
as Young. 

I PRE.STON WINS TOSS 

Prdston won (he toss and' l^Iayed 
I with the wind. The Lancastrians 

attacked Immediately, Mutrh trying 
a shot from a difficult angfc. A 
I nUnute later he sent In another 
, (irive that lacked .sting; 

NervoiLsne.ss, usually aasqplated 
] wi;h ciyj-f.nal play, was ab.sent, 
Preston^artlcularly playing with 
I conf Idener. 

Prp.<;ton rontlnilally made ground, 
hnf n !<!(!< r.sfletd'8 defence gave 

• v.vav. Till' Tnwn conred* 
the first corner, but nothing came 
of It i 

At the othor end Holdrroft nar 
rowly b< n». MaoFa^iVen In a race for 
a lowe hs'.l. Play generally was 
<:crappy, many passetT being miflsed. 

After fifteen minutes, Batey, sub- 
stltutina: for Mllnc. Pre.'^ton'.s lnt«'r- 
natlon.il left half, was knocked out, 
but soon re.sumod. 

FVst real scoring chanoe eame 
."hortly after when OUonneli erossM 
to WritrnouKh pn the other wing. 
Mut< h and Hcsford colllfied when 
the formor wnt after Watmough's 
pass and the ball went out Af play. 

At this stare of the game Preston 
was clearly the rlevetpr /4nd~ more 
dangerous side, but .play Was def- 
initely not up' to first /^eagui 
Rta-ndard. \ / t 

The England -Scot lan^Vmikch a 
fow wcf^k^ aeo wa.s rativj oMy a fair 
exliibitlon of' soccer, but It was a 
clas.<iic e^.iiAred to^ the brand of 
footba',] played by «he tecnl la the 
first half today, y " 

Hivliiie. n'.d Acw'nal win :rr. put In 
Ah accurate Cfttatre and MacPMyen 
motnentarll*/ caused . Preston sup- 
porter.'? to f<nld thrtr breath. He was 
rpbbed of the ball before .shooting j 

After/iwrntv-flvo mhuit^^s I're.ston I 
'neaijy scored. Bob Beattie . lobbed I 
the ball ' Into the goalmouth and j 



Dea* Spencer H, Elliott vrhO, with Mrs. Elliott and family, arrived in 
VjctOriaion Friday afternoon, will be instituted and installed at Dean 
and Rector of Chriat Onvch Cathedral by Rt. Rev. H. E. Sexton, 
Bishop of Columbia, at a service to be held in the cathedral this sfter- 
noon, at 3 o'clock, and will deliver hft first sermon in the cathedral this 
evening, at 7 30 o'clock. The above picture of Dean and Mr^. , Elliott 
was taken on the deck ol -the steamer when she docked from Vancouver. 



right-hand comer of Prestonls goal, 

Holdcroft saving cleverly. 

Ha^f-time: Preston Morth Wod 0. 
Huddersfleld Town 0. 

"mmukiujrr:-^- 

When the teams resumed t^ewlnd 

un'ihone. 



ford; backs. Craig and Mountford; 
halfbacks, Wllllngham. Young and 

Boot; forwards. Hiiliii'\ I.-.iac, Mac- 
Fadyen, Barclay and 1J< a.vlt\v. 



Ilrtrlfior. fi'>Vl'.s Roalkeeper wa.s forced 
to fl.sf, a (lifflniJt shot over tlir bar. 
JVlaxw.ci:, Pii^.^tun rr>nlrf fnrward, 
was giver^ offside on the play, how- 



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Mutf^h put Wflfmoueh through 
M-^th a fin<» pa.sJ> Tlie puuslde rleht 
crnlred and IICJ.ford, facing, across 
the goal, pushed the bair to O'Don- 
nell, wh» Khdt straight at' the pttM- 

trat,' (?.>fl!korp«'r. H'' ford ha.s been 
cho«<€n to keep goal for England 
against Oermany, May 14. , 

r.RFAT SAVE 
Smith, Preston's captain and 
oentre half, ptat 4tp a -great defensive 
game. )n anoth«r Preston raid Cnijlg 

mlased the ball but .HrsforiL|gl(in. 

made a .spectacular save 

At this , stage the Lancastrians 
doMnated the game. Andy Beattte 
drove ono .shot over the bar At the 
other end Hudder.sf if>M made one of 

I Its be5!t mo\T.s, UnJme hav:rg a 
grand opportunity. Instead of shoot- 1 
Ing. he held on too long and 

I eventually Irwt the hall. 

1 Next Isaac tested Holdcroft. who 
cleared, and Watmought got awa^, 

{ but shot Just wide of the peat This 

I WAR followed by Shankly ^riring 
ovfr from twenty yard-s 

Erratic kicking and scrappy play 
continued, with Praaloo holding the 
utM**' '1^1 tint half okjped 

Bea-siey ^eIU a hard shot £t the 



hacf dropped, but a bright sim' 
Huddersfleld attacked on tM right 
and at the opening had more o( the 
game. Preston appeared to let up a 
little and the standard of play 
showed no Improvement. 

Going down on the right. Bob 
Seattle lobbed a siwi over the bar 
and this was followed by Preston 
rearranging Its frotit line. ODonnell 
exchajiErlnR position."? with Maxwell, 
the centre' forward. Huddersfleld 
continued ^ hold an edge at the 
flfteen-miniile mark. 

Two minutes afterwards Bob 
Beattle hit the cras.sbar. but wa.s 
ruled offside. Smith, Preston pivot, 
conthiued to hold MacFadyen. 

Preston's rearranged forward Uim 
seemed unable to duplicate Its first- 
half form. Oh the other hand, 
Huddersfield's Vanguard Improved 
and Isaac, nineteen-year-old red- 
head playing in his first cup final, 
was outstanding. Maxwell and Craig 
banged honds In goln? up for a high 
one, the former going down tem- 
porartly. . 

PorhaT^-; tlie jiooic.^t f.'aturc qf the 
ganip \v;us tlu' iii:7.!r.s ki' king of the 
backs cn l>''ti .'M's Preston wont 
near at the }.hlrt>'-minute i^ark, but 
ODonnell reoeiymg fitttt Wat- 
mougta, headett jweakljr to Beaford's 
feet. . / , 

The Lanraslrians worked In close, 
but Young^ot his team out of two 
tight corrvn-8. Bob Beattle sent In a 
terrific <^rlve which Hestord* jUSt 
manaMd to save. 7 

As Rie end approached, both teams 
matte spirited bids to «l76re. ■ Mutch, 
ana MhtwcIi both needed attention, 
mit continued to play. Mutrh hurt 
his right knee, and Maxwell wa.s 
knocked MA tram a heavy ^haive. 
' - OVEETDlK 

^ffimtL the ♦earns llno^i «p for 
thirty mfnutea' extra play lt( marked 

the first overtime In the cup flrml 
at W'^mhlry .Stadium and the flr.«;t 
1920 wt',r,i A.<^tnn Villa de- 
feated Huddersfikkl, 1-0, at Btam- 
ford Bridge. 

Klsrht nilrufe* had elap.sed when 
Bob neat tie was Bowm over In the 
penalty area and It "would not ha;»^ 
been aurprlshtg had the .referee 
awarded ' a penalty. Instead, he 
pointed for a corner kick as the ball 
rolled out of play. 

^loldcroft then aayed from Hulme | 
and MacPadyen. and Pre.ston re- ! 
vtrted to Its original line-up, with j 
0'I>)nnclI on thp left wing. j 
. Soon after the teams changed | 
over for the second overtime period | 
Preston was awarded a free kick. 
Which Toung appeared to touch 
with his hands, but Hr'crrf j«rwell 
Ignored appeals for a penalty. 
. In Preston terrttesjp leairiey put ' 
a rasping shot Ju.^^t over the ha:- 
It wal the be.st .shot of the match 
and herepeated a few minu^es lat< r 

Ptiy ranged from end to end, the i 
goalkeepen furflvinf . tenlfte on- 1 
alaughts. ' I 
A replay seeiaed assurld when 
Mutch was brought down by Young 
when on the potn^ ofjheeting, thirty 
seconds fR^tlme. The Pnetdni 
"fbfward mad« no mi.st.ike with the 
kick. Tt was a tragic mistake on the 
part of Young, *ho had been one 
or^tbe best players on the field. 

FoneW&ff the game-winning goal 
thefe was time onlv for the t>aU to 
be kicked off at renfre. when the 
whistle blew and the crowd swarmed 
on the field. hotoUng Preston's play- 
en trr thetr stiooklers. 
Ttie teams: 

Preston North End ooiii. Hold- 
croft: backs, fia ) :r. ->rr and A. 
Beattle; hflfbacks. Shankly, Smith 
and Batey: forwards. #atmough, 
Mutch. UtiBmU, K 
oDonnall. 



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SPECIAL BRANCH 



Continued from Pare 1 
being completed, possibly about July 
1, It Is an op^ aeeret .that at the 
last caucus of Liberals they threat- 
ened a filibuster on the budget when 
It is deUvered. 

"PnWP PRIMING" PLANNED 

The relief situation \x expertnd/to 
be handled* thiiu year by a 'yimp 
priming" programme of anproxl- 
mately $40,000,000 for varlouarpubllc 
workf;; an Im if-a.-f ui the anHjynt 
for the training of young unem- 
ployed, which in the last fiscal year 
was 1 1.000 .000 from the Dominion; 
a probable cut In la-si, year's Federal 
total grants in aid of the I'^ovmces, 
aggregating $30,000,000, and exten- 
sion of efforts to enooprage hooM 
building and home improvement. 

since abolishment of the National 
Emplovment Commission, of which 
he was a member, Mr^ Moore has 
been associated with the Trades and 

Labor Congro.ss of C" "T.In, the or- 
.ganlzalion he headed lor a number 
kS jreara . *~ 



. The itaat week hae been aeUve in 

home building in Oik H;iv, .'^aanuli 
and Esquimau, wiili tkiaiuch li ad- 
ing by a good margin in the piTinl'.-, 
Issued. Bsqui g aal t came prommenlly 
forward with two neW homes, repre- 
.scnilng a cost of $3,500 Oalc Ray 
with three permits Issued, showed a 
todd aotlrimted coat of $6,500. Saan- 
Ich had eight permits for substantial 
homes, representing $11,800. but the 
total pemms icr tho week, includii'ig 
repairs, numbered sevent«en, repre- 
senttnc An expenditure of |1I,M5. 

In Oak Bay the permits were aa 
follows: 641 Oliver Street, for a five- 
roomed house to cost $1JM0; the 
ownar'ajvune being withheld; W. H. 
and K. O. Douglaa. for a ite^iMntd 
dwelling at' 2041 Chaucer ItNei, 
costing $3,300, and at 75^ Vtotortik. 
Avenue, H. Thomp.seti, for a five- 
roomed fiou.se coeMrig $2,700. 
SAANICH BUILDING 

The bulldlnca in Bkankb for which 
permits were- taken out during the 
week were: 8. Booth, on Oolqultz 
Avenue, for a five-roomed home 
costing $1,200} a four-roomed dwell* 
tag to eoet $1,900 for K Whttrtiead. 
on Lovat Avenue; another house oi; 
Lovat Avenue for H. Foster, to cast 
$1,800 and containing five rooms: a 
third permit for Lovat Avenue for a 
$1,200 hoose for Oeorge Parmer; on 
Colquitz Avenue, for Walter F. Nevi-* 
son. a four-roomed home costing 
$1,000; two dwelUngs by Pcdlard & 

IUEmm^ Oiftlfinif ^AAMmiAr-AMik«~- 

tainlng five rooms Estimated to coet 
$2,200. and the other on Dale. Street, 
estimated to coat $1,200; for John 
Smith, on' Kathleen Street, a four- 
roomed home co.stlng $1,500. 

In Esquimau munirlpijllty the per- 
mits for the past week were for a 
$2,000 house of five rooms at 1041 
Woolaston Street 'for L. Kerridge. 
and for Nonnan Hill, a four-roon!<'<l 
home to coat $1.500 'to be erected at 
14 Lampeon Street. 

COMPARISON MADE 

The building In the three munic- 
ipalities thus far this year haa shown 
an Increase over the same period In 
1937. In the month of April Just 
clased. Oak Bay made a vel7 sub- 
stantial cAta^S|[^prlI, 1937. being 
$62,650 for nUHPfeth. as compared 
with $38 200 for tliii eorreapondhig 
mofith of last year. _ _L 

Por the four months of this year 
the total building permits In Oak 
Bay amountfd to $149 295. which Is 
slightly over that of the .same period 
la.st year» when the figure was 

$140.731. ^ 'T- 

In Esquimau during April, thf 
building permiU value was $9,080, 
against $S00 m April, 1937. 

The total value of permits issuer< 
in Saanlch this year so far is $114, 
315, as compared with $ia6,MI for 
the same period last year. 



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services. Sands' -yearb uf 
experience makt it pos- 
sible for us to conduct 
flawkss funerals, beauti- 
fully and competently 

handled. 



Friday eveninf, ■ March 29, marked the eon* 

eluding broadcast of the Sands Chapel pro- 
gramme which w«a to well received by many 
Victorians. Mr. M. Ci «andt withm to than*— 
the many listeners for the numerous, requests 
and betters of comment. These programmaa 
have been discontinued lor tha Suihniar . 
months and announcement of thf date the 
broadcast is to ba ratumcd will appear in the 
daily papers. ' ' . ' ^ . 



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PICKET LINE E0RCE8 
CLOSING OF PORT 



MAY. HOLD UP 
lEQISiAIl^N 

Centlaaed from Page If ' , 
quasted |or.an ^vestlgatlon of the 
"oonoentratlon of ecooomie cdn- 
trol.- 

Manv member's expro.svd Nlief 



the adjournment urgO| precluded 
any cfianoe' forclntr a votet^thia 

sevilon on the beleat^iered wage- 
hnur bllIV<^.r which the Hou.«* rules 
rommittee- refased legLslatlvc right- 
of-way yesterday. ProponentA of 
the mea.sure went ahead, however, 
with arrnntrement.^ to circulate a 
petition to force the bill to the floor. 
Td be suece.s.sful. the', petition must 
be signeid by 218 members. 



- Cent hw wd from Pace 1 
A flnal call this morning resiilted 
In exactly the same procedure' isnd 

Imnicrilately aftrrw.ud"- the <>m- 
ployers made good a threat to close 
the port. 

MOST SHIPS CLEARED 

In reality, the actual i,^lo.sing had 
"Virtually -no effect, since every ship, 
except the Timber Ru.sh, had sailed 
before the deadline, leaving the 600 
loiiirslioremcn and soine 1.000 other 
workers with ' nothing to do even 
had the port remained open. Nor- 
mally, about twenty-five ships a 
week leave the port, but, more tlinn 
half that number .-called In the 
twenty-four hours before the dead- 
line, even the British freighter 
Hartbrldge .sailed for Seattle, al- 
though loading of a million feet of 
lumber In her holda «aa leas than 



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Tpalgbt, lohgshoremen and em- 
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from the opposing side— the lons- 
Khoremen clinging ^ubbomly to 
their coiitnitlon pa.s^lnK the picket 
line would be ri,inKf rnu.s, and the 
employers demanding the union 
recoKHl' 



that rcfu-s-al to load the-ahlp was a 
violation of il r ! ;iis' contract 

A.FX. AtFIUATION 

The situation was complicated 
for TacoiiLT bv the fact lonRshore- 
mcn - here have maintained A I- 
afRllatlon, even thotigh most of tlio 
other PrtclfTf" Coa.st loeals "Joined 
the C.I.O. a year ago. The .Sailors' 
Union of the Paci.nc. aithouch 
nominally tadepehdent, Is friendly 
with the A.F.Li 

But in ports with CIO. lon*- 
slicremen, the .stevedore.s have di.s- 
regarded th^ Sailors' Union pickets, 
who blorkadrd several Shepard 
.ships after the union clabned vio- 
lation of a workln« B^reement. 

mnroiii sTmnu PATAit 

JERUSALEM. AprU W. <Ca»^Havaa> 

Foiur Arab prisoners In the Acre 
concentration camp died duruitr the 
night from a hunger strii '> r y 
started ^rv» rnl davs age.- An Arab 
treneral strike ihrou^hout the coun- 
try was reported possible as a con- 



]AL6ERtTl GOVERNOR 

'to LOSE RESIDENCE 

EDMONTON,' Aprfl 30 CT -Hon. 
W. A ralloA-. Public Worlts Minister, 
^ai(l today Alberta's , Oo-.(;iiiiiii^i,t 
House will be closed on Tuesday 
morning. ' 

Hmi I I- ' t.,riitenant- 
Oovernqr, said lie liad no anpOunoe- 
nent to maM m. to any plans tA 
vacate the buildliiff. 

At the last session of the Legls- 
li^re, the Reuse directed that ex- 
penditures w^re not to be made in 
the 19:i8-39 fLf'al -year for the 
LleutcnBnt-fVivrrrior'.s upkeep or thrf ' 

cokU.of His Honor's office. 



mt OldWNED NEAR TAC(^ 

TACOMA, April 30 (Jftr-nenOM 
JeiKien, thirteen, of Kd^^wood, was 
dtuwncd late itxlay at Surpri^fl 
Lake, Aigh^ BiUea east of l^re. He 
was PI r roe County's fini ItM 
druwiung victim. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. KC Sjil^AY, MAV 1. 1938 \ 



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Next Drama Festival^ 
^Will Be in Victoria 
Associ ation Decides 

jQapt. T. L. Thor|><'-I)oiil>i»l(> Kr-KI<'<'l«'<l ( iiairinaii 
^ Of British (.olumhia Drama (»roii|> at Geu- 
. eral Meeting Held Last iNight 



Lovely in Spring Dress 



THB decision to hold th« 1939 British Columbia regional 
contest of the Dominion Drama Festival in Vinona; and 
ths re-election, by acdairiation, of Capt. T. L. Thorpe> 
Doubble as regional chiiinnaA of the British Coluthbia Drama 
Fisttlvar Association, were two of the principal items of busi- 
ntss disposed of at the annual general meeting of the British 
Columbia Regional Association held last night at tht clubcooms , 
of Jhf Victoria Littte Thsatro Association. 1312 Roclfliiia 

Capt ttoorpe-Dflubbto'i resume of i bank be paid to the treasurer of the 
Jlit^jpi^ 7«ar'« work InflnuiU'd the Beaux Arts' Socloly from the re- 
frsUfloaOoa of his comniiitee In the glonal contest fund to defray the 
tuooiis of tlM provincial regional ; cont of transfMFtl&g the east . of 
contest held here In. Match this) "Uand^ Across the Sea" to Wlnni- 

peff. ' Of this' amount $350 has been 
fpnt from the Dominion Drama 
Festival headquarters, Ottawa. The 
company. It was announoed. would | 
leavd here on Thursday, May 12, io 
arrive in 'Winnipeg on Saturday, 
Myt U- ■ . ■ 

NEW RI LING 
The meeting, after considcfrable 
discussion, during which some op- 
position was expressed, adopted a 



year, as the result of which the 
Victoria a-aiix ArU' presentation, 
"Hands Across the Sea," would ko 
_lb Winnipeg this month to compete 
In the Dominion finals contest. Two 
oihpr Vancouver Island plays had 
taken tugh ranking, vu , the 
Ijlanalmo entry and the Victoria 
U&it rtmtf presentaUen. "Birds 
•C a nathar." 

Alttwogte Vancouver was not rep- 
' re s ented at last night's moeling. the 

chairman read a letter from their 
oommiite« in whtel^;tli» h e pe was 
expressed that "in order to retain 
Interest lo the festival In Vaooou- 
ver" the contest next year might 
bfi held In that city. The meeting, 
however, thought otherwise, speak- 
em recalling that V an c ou ver had 



ronseeuttve years, and last year had 

not. been able lo produce, sven from 
lti> much larger population, as many 
playa as were entered bf Vletorla 
Ih the feeUral here thU year. E T 
Simmons, the secretary; James 
Hewitt, Arthur H, Kert. and others 
apoka In favor of ,holding the festl- 
▼al hi Vlelofla. 



"It would be a terrific Iom to the 
.whole drama movement In Victoria 
ir Oaptain Thorpe -Doubble resigned 
the ahalrmaoablp of ttoe assoela- 
tloa," said Ur. Kerr tn moving the 
»e-eIect<on of the chairman A 
almHar tribut,e' wa,^ paid by the sec- 
onder, Mr. Slmmnii5, representing 
the Baaux Arts Society. Subse- 
quently, foUewtag Ms re-election, 
the chairman was «()rrlally men- 
tioned in a re.<K>lution of thanks to 
the pm4 year's ofBcers, movM br 
Mrs. D. B. MoCkmnan. 

The mating approved a resolu- 
tion that $700 of the 1720 in the 



resolutlbn Constituting a new ruling 
whereby organizations b irpting 
fees from the elimination contest 
conunittee will be required, should 
they be unable to put on j^JuU juid 
satisfactory play due to any eause-, 
toaafeaan early it-|)<;it to\ho<:... 
inatlon coptest committee so that 
the mat^ mar be investigated and 
jxttdatioa^jx adiufttment o( fees 
made with due consideration of all 
the circumstances. 

The question of aegregatlon or 
non-segregation of the fe.stival ad- 
judicator wns Introdurrd, and a ma- 
jority of the members favored the 
former, net so much beeanae of-thelr 
dlstnist of the adjudicator's in- 
tegrity as because of what inti rpre- 
tatlon critics might place on the 
effect of contact between adjudi- 
cators and participants In plays 
which they had to Judge. 

A .suggestion tha( Invitations 
mlf(ht be extended to Oriental teams 

to compete In the festival was dls* 
cuissed. Members thought plays 
from such 'ourcos might prove a 
big box ofOce attraction, and the 
chairman will ask the Ottawa offlee 
If thrv npprove. 

H. s. Hurn was asked to interview 
th* management of the Empire 

Theatre with a view to getting some 
alteraUons eflecied before the next 
festival. 





FOR MALLEK'S 26th 



mivmAKY 



Jlere^fe Two Big Specials Typical 
the Great Bargains in This _ 

l ar SfUe — 




A magnihccnt flowering dogwood (Cynoxylon floridum) which ii 
growing in the garden of Lieut.-Cplonel and Mrs. Bclson at Deep Cove, 
IS believed to be one o( the few oil the species with particokrfar Igrge 
"flowcirs." AS a rale the dqg^ood bracts, commeidjp known m '^flowers," 
measure on* to «wo and a half inches in length: Many of those on 
Colonel Belson's tree are over eight mcties in diameter, measured from 
point to^ point of the bract. Several theories have'been suggested as* to 
whjr ths' tree, should be of such exceptional growth, bat bolSirisis''have 
. „ ' come to no- conclusion. * • 




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Hero wt hav« rmtrd in ttmosphert of eomf^ whert th« ftw moMenti 
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CEME OF INTEREST 



Contlnaed fren Page 1 

concerns what Hitler may be willing 
to do about Oeechoslovakia. 

Prar>fe and Crro,\' nr:f;v.n. whose 
Prime Ministers and Foreign tOh- 
Isten yesterday cohcludiMI a two- 
day conference, have ma pp-^d three- 
d^^gree itops m an effort to achieve 
a peaceful .solution of .th OB0Cho> 
Slovak minority problem 

THBEE-POINT PLAN 
1. Political— AppCai ho^ to Berlin 

and Prnha to .s*^li||a<xl i flea t ion of 
Crerman demands on Czeoho.ilovakla 
and Czechoslovak acceptanro of a^ 
many as possible, ^consistrat with 



natiorwl lionor and- Independence/ 

2 Economic Preferential trade 
agreements with Caeefaoslovaklg. If 
diplomacy should fall, to free that 
nation of economic dependsnes on 
Oeraiany, . ' 

3 Milifar> The two democracies 
have let Europe know they are put- 
ting more faith in the power of their 
rearmament throligh co-ordination 
of their land, air and naval forces. 



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FURS - COATS - SUITS - DRESSES 
^ DEEPLY REDUCED 



April 30 Rev- 
clstolu.V(^frrs todav appnoved a by- 
law by which g7UX)p will be borrowed 
for the erection oT^iNnew eehoil 
building, houshic ms^^ual training 
and home economics classes. The 
\nto was 140 for aiKl s^h^-two 
against. ~ 



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VltTORlA'tHOIL-^ 
AWARDEU TROPHY 



Oenttoiied freih Page I 

SCHOOL TLAMREK 

Polk 'dancing, public school, under 
ten — Duncan BMnentary .School, 

Mi.vs S Dwyer. 

.'^olo dance, boy.s under fhlrt-»M'n 

Nfervvn Trclcmini. r'>iirtrnay, and 
Ronald. Altken, Cumberland^ tied, 
82; Rajrmon Kynoek. Nanalmo. 81. 

rtuldes and Brownies First Cow- 
ichan Brownies, 158; . Nanaimo 
Brownies, 157. 

O^l Ouldes— Duncaq Queen Mar- 
garet's S<fhool Guides, 188; First 
Cowichan Ouldes. 16S. 

Pas Deux- Elsie Dakers and Isa- 
bel Wilkinson, dumberland. 86; 
Citrn La-shman and Kasu Toyato, 

Duncan. 85. 



MAKl 



OP BIOl 



rt(alill«h»S 



spaouuvTB m 



dlson's School, Owen Dalby School 
"C." 83; Owen Dalby School "B. "| 
Owen Dalby. School "A." 80. '' J 

HOIiO COBf^^SS^^^NTS ^ I 

•Sojo. unJcr ftftfv^n rears FTLsir 
Dakers. Cumberland, 8.3; Mervyn 
Frelrman. Courtenay, 82. Beverley! 
Briggs, Cdurtetuy; Joan AuchlnvOle. ' 
Union BaV and Olenys Lashmar. 
Duncan. tl«V fil 

Private schools, under seventeen 
ears Gwen Dalby School ot Dan- 
cing, Comox. 160. 

Solo, fifteen years nnd over— 
AKiies Rms.sp1, NanalPU), RS; Hel*>n ' 
Williams. Cumberland. 83; D. Hen 
derson. Cumberland. 81 j 

Private schools under fift^^n Mav Dav Parad€ in Toronto 

years — Phyllis Addison's School, ' 
Nanaimo. 180; ftwf-n Dalby School 
"A," Comox. -^56; Gwen Dalby 
School "B," Comox. 156. 
rri.ih country danoa— Cumberland 

Polk Dancers, 160. 
Colli T, dance, adults— Ctmiber- 



MAURICE jCARMICHACL 

Manutkcturina aiivatunlUM 



ooairrr 'atLwiwAMi 

AIR« AW) RFPI ATINO 
ion rOBT STR»tT. VIOTOalA. 




a.a 



TWO liyni WHEN 
FACTIONS m 



Park Marred By Hiiohting 
And Tauntint 



ishd Polk Dajicera, 85. 

Private schools, under ten 'yeari^-^ ' Bocutlon. rural schools — Boys un- 
der tlilrVrn PftPf Matador. BreCh- ' 
in. «0 oirls under sixteen: Helen' 
Street. Nanaimo, 84; Jean Semple ! 
and* Mar jorl'' Oanmr itiedt. 83 
Girls or boys under eight years: 
.Melvie CI,-.rke, Breriim 82; Barbara' 
Martin, Brechin, 80. Olrls' under] t]em 



Owen Dalby .School "B, " Comox. 

Dance, any group of four, under 
seventeen years-^Phlllln Atchison'js 
School ' B " Dimran. ffS] *We.strm 
.School of Danclnp. Duncan, 84: 
Owen Dttlby .School "B." Comox. 83. 

Minuet, under seventeen years, 
thrss eouples— western 
pandng. Duncan, 85; 



\^ ill Be \rw Pastor 
At Fir^it I nited 



8chooU4»t-i«": liorralne fHck. Buechta. 82 
jl^. I Yvonne Gllmour H/irewood. 80. 
^ ' Boys nn dor ten years Jack Elsey, 
Hrorhin. 82; Alfred Spencer. Haie- 
wood.- 81 ; Dennis Best, Brechin. 80 
Olrls under thirteen yeeriLJCath- 
erlne Bw ttianan m Audrey R'ory 
and. Irene 



TOItONTO, April N W. ~ Two 
girla received minor Injuries when 

rival factions clashed a* Toronfo'.s 
.May Day parade neared the Queen s 
Park bandstand today. 

A group of young men and 
women termed ' Trotzkyite^s" by Pa- 
rade Marshal Fred QoUlns, hurled 
jibes at the marchera. Soon fists 

and ' two 0^ ti^ 
knock<»d dowTi. 




GARDEN. 

CHAIR^, up,from9 ■ 'CO 



GARDEN 

STOOLS, up, from 



55c 



StiidiH FiriHirt 

• m TATM 



'DO , 



it9tt <n*—»wrftt^ 




qastor 
1 Chnnflv. 



REV. Hi r.H A. MoUW*. MJL, BJ>. 

of nobsrtaon XTnltad 
■dinontoii. forths psat 

seven years, who ha* accepted an 
unanimous call tn the pa«torate of 
Victoria First United Church, suc- 
ceeding Rev Dr W O Wilson, whose 
resignation will Uice effect at the 
end of June Mr McLeod « new 
duties wUl eemmence on July 1, 



Mllkleburgh 
^vlvla Brad well, Isabel 
Harewood School), 81 
Blocution. public schooi.s-Bovs 
unrU-r t/^n years Earle Bowen 
N'maimo. 82. fioys or girls under 
-ht yMTs: Marlon Aahworth. 
Duncan. 80; Roy Ushmar.' Duncan. | 
^ Olrls under t<»n years lie 
Tliom. Dunca/i. 86, Marty! 
W'.tnam. j4. i^arg.relll 

Mowbray. Panein. B oirls under I 
thirteen years: Pan.nn Sankey and 
Margaret Powell. Duncan (Ued> 87- 
Susan. Anketell-Jones. Duncah/ se' 
Beverley Bumlp. Silvia .Stewart and 
Hsie Lloyd. Duncan. 86 Boys un- ' 
der sixteen AJan Taylor. Nanaimo, 
B6. Raymond Manser, Nanaimo. g4; 
ana Dakln. Nana^. ». < 

MAN MISSING SINCE 
MINOR CAR ACCIDENT 

ORFOON CITY. Oie . AprtJ M IJF). 

—The disappearance of Paul Bunar, 
thlrty-thise, Portland, after a odiior 

S'lfomoblle ■rrld^nt. hen» ApriJ 11. 
still puuied relatives and sute 
PoUes today, nil last aseft«( Mm 



In another section of the park, 
an angry mob of paraders. incensed 
at taunts and jibes about Commun- 
ism hurled at them by St. Michael's 

'CoKrge student.s. swarmed the park 
(tied), ti; I end of the college in a vaii) attempt 



£eMke I to get at th#lr tonnentota. 

; ' POLICE FORM BARRICAOB 

While a frantic chairman plead^erf 
from The bandstand for paraders i-o, 
disregard "the remarka.of fooil»h, 
I schaolboys," mounted An^ motor'' 
liyele polioe fonnad a barricase in' 

front of the QOttSfe bllilr!.:,^ 



NOTICE 

To Members of ths Victoria 
and District fsisttrf' m4 
Paptrhangtrt' Associgtion: 

On jnd affcr Mjy 1, 1938, 
Faintsri' wages will be 6Sc per 
ho«r; th* ksI« srrsngcd by the 

Master Painfert of Hm Vicfvria 

Builders' Exchange. ** 

Members will govern thtfli- 

|ly. - -- ----- 

E. W. MCRRUi^AN, 
Storgtsry. 



Studeuia AJiiUsil i ftoup behmdi*- 
the polloe llnca and oontlpued to be-| ^ 

rate tlielr would-be atfarkTs Po- 
llc«» however, were able to sutxltie 
' ngry aob aflsr ft Short. fhacB 

tliSSiP. 



waa as he walked away from the Dre.ws are being landitf 
I soene after talking for some an* the Union at a price less la 

with tha Other jWvw, Jfcnry caieii Uun the tfitir 
|(^iand »bslf tbafftbrfcfyoagnUehthgT 



TRADE AGREEMENT 



CAPETOWN 'BUPi. — New 
Japan<*.se evaslon.s of South' 
Alrlcan cuatomg, defggUng thS 
objecta of the Ottawa Agree- 
ment, are de.vrlbed In the South 
Afrtean clothing ^sdgg ^tmknal, 
Tha Bttfgr. 

in 



are WadejlireraJ 

piece. It til alfegei 



The Buyer states that the most 
important advantage to-4h« soft 

g^'Od.*; tr^de from thf Ottawa 
Agreement, wa.s the imposition 
of spocific duller oil rayon luid- 
cotton piece-goods to shijt JftpM 
ottt of ths cheap ploco'^foodi 
trftd*: 

The Japanese, however, havs 
found a way of evading this by 
Iraporttnff cheap na^s- up 
dresses on whlcH the dutleit ara 
15 per rent ad yalorem. Whera 
the price of iapanaao 
niight be increaaed by 
' eighteen penes on a dresg 
, leng^ at landing, *^t^ fnadftt'ir- 
dress of the same f sHric had no 
y an atf-MX- 
dutf . -r - . 




E DAIlAcOl.ONlST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SLNUAY; MAY 1, 1938 




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Note and Comment 

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Yearly 



Monthly 



To Ail Otiier OountrlM: 



IIIjOO 



7. UN 



CANADA AND EMPIKV 



Xtook your laat on that caricature 
oX all carlcaturea. that hldeom in- 
tuit to the intelligence of humanity, 
that Blandnoua tUp al a hard- 
woirklng and henorabto profeasioh, 
tht-Iilm rcportrr Hp is goin«. 
Poor fellow. h< never waJi ail there! 

For long the aUvtr acreen has 
been culpable to tliia iMtt a r ; for 

too long. PUm report** J»ve D«€n 
shown daily In thcatrap around' the 
world aa a hytrld breed: part 
sant;.st»Ts, part' •stortkmlaU^ part 
pool-hall habitues, part everything 
that wa."? unreal aj M .-^l ukUtous. 
Heimn. help us. that waA suppgii9d 
to iM ' dramatic. 

If there was a tOUfhiKfoklnf 



BInce the defences of Canada are for Canada 
Alone, at has l?een so frequently enunciated by 
tha lltolaUr of National Defence, It 1« probably 
a viork of supererogation to advocate th*tJ)ne 
element at least of tho.se defences 'ahould ba de- 
Ttloped for the purpo.se.s of Imperial co-operation. 
In the light of the latest British Budget and the 
fAcrmces It impUea for purposes of Implra de- 
itaea, tt' would be but a' maUor of <M.minnn 
decency that this country should make a gesture 
and have a settled plan -whereby It can play % 
part, no maltar how 4in*U. in beartag. Itt share 
of dpfrncp nf a common heritage. 

It was stated In the British House of Commons 
a few weeks ago by Mr. Winston ChurchlU that 
Germany has double the number of Great 
3riUln's first line airplanes. Great Britain In- 
tends to^^tottWe prbductton. and is seekmg to 
have machines constructed in both Canada and 
the United States, as well as doing what is pos- 
sible by reason of her own resources. The state- 
ment made by Mr. ChurchlU is substantiated by 
General Weygand, of France, and there Is every 
reason to beliere It to be true. To capture 
•qiudity of strength In the air. Great Britain 
must put forward 4 great effort. This is a 
matter In whlcW Canada could assist, not only 
by seUlng airplanes to Great Britain, but by 
building them for herself to be used for the 
purposes of Imperial defence, If necessary. 

Mr. Mackenzie King Is to speak In Parliament 
on the Rubject of Canada's foreign poUcy. It 
would be far more to the purpose, from the 
standpoint of this country's voice in such foreign 
policy, w^re he to teU the people what Cariada is 
prepared to do in the matter jjf Imperial co- 
op^rvtlon. it la that purpose tWit will. decide 
the strength of the Dominion'sN voice in the 
counsels of the nations. So far, what Canada Is 
dotoff for defence U for herself alone. The tiwe 
has come, in view of Great Britain's unprece- 
dented preoccupation with armaments, for Can- 
ada to lend a hand In the defence of the Empire. 
There Is an Indication that .she ran do this, 
perhaps better than ift any other way, by build- 
ing first line airplanes. 

This country l.s .spending .some $34,000,000 for 
defence. Full recognition of her responsibilities ' 
as a member of the BrltUh Empire would decree 
a far greatrr efTort than this., for the fact Is 
that If the Dominion were spending $200,000,000 
annually for defenUte purposes it would sUU be 
doiim 1< s> pit'pbrtionately than are the taxpayers 
of Great Britain. Canada could recover some of 
the self-respect that hat been lost through 
failure to realize her respon.sibilltles by dotrrmin- 
Ing to build sonte hundreds of first line airplanes, 
not for her own defenca alone, hvt for the de- 
fence of the Empire of which ahe it a part. 

LIVING LITERATUltl 



It not tb be a mam purpose of education to free 
the spirit fro9i pUlable ^eakneH of will, fronv j 

terrors, from the fear that waits upon the far^ 
horizon? It Is the experience of those who have 
made Chrlstlianlty the uildlng -principle of their 

lives that they have walked from bondage Into 
l^rty; that there Is awakened within them the 
cry for dellteranee; the qtteit for peffaetlon. 

^^jiy^j^cquirf eternity In their hearts, no matter 
how they may b^ occupied with the things that 
pass away; they seek not Oiily for light, but for 
peace, and they become indued with that energy 
and freedom of soul which peace alone can give. 
They have found an answOT to the timel^MS a&d 
universal cry of: WTio shall deliver us? They 
have learned the whole duty of man through the 
medium of a living Uterature and tha faith it 
inspires. "This," says Eccleslastes, "Is the end of 
the matter; all hath been heard; fear God, and 
keep His commandments; for this la the whol^ 
duty of man. For God shall bring every work 
into Judgment, with every hidden thing, Whether 
it be good or whether it beevll." 

No man may deny* the power of the Gos[)ol on cuatomer in a telephone boftth. put 
human society. One of the principles of knowl- plugged nickels into a pay 
edge that it portrays Is to abolish the distinction 'phone and Ulking out of the comer 
between tho sacied and the secular and to c(jn-'of his mouth, wlMi <>n«- hand over 
secrate the whole ofill^e. It teaches the individual | the m o uth pie ce , that was a fUm re- 
that he is a member of a great whole and cannot porter. The audienoe knew it at 
Uve unttf himself alone, if Is what promotes the' en<e. Were not repottcrs tough- 
moral sense and fosters the spiritual vision. It looking people who talked ol 
pouits to freedom as the birthright of the human 
spirit, and how that freedom may grow into an 
ordered liberty through self-dlsclpllne. The 
literature of Christianity points, too, to a lofty i 

purpose, to a hl>n Ideal, the pursuit of which is ' ^nfgij around her, pointing at her 

to acquire character in the likeness of "the | piothe.<5. pulling at hei* parcels, leer- 



to his own time. He U «pt to re- 
gard his calltof profession, and 
his duties as one fornp of public 

service. Nor U there any time clock 
In his day. That goes lor society 
reporten. too. 

• • • . .. 

So look your last on the film re- 
porter. He is going. It is about 
time. New^Mper publishers and 
editors of this continent ha»e at 
last said a little something to Holly- 
wood's film czar. WiU Hays. Mr. 
Ray£ hai said 1m wut see what can 
be done about it. While Hollywood 
is a^ut it, perhaps it could scrap 
tha eotoie policeman, the drunken 
aviator, women on board naval ves- 
sels., and a few other absufOttlaB at 
the same time They never. WOUld 
be missed, l^ke the film r^^Oilir, 
they never eslsted ,esoept odi 
silver aereen! 



The Observation Car 



By tHB ■DCrOaUL ST AIT, 



aM the r^nia.v and the yellow, 
buttercup* with a acatt«nng pi 
^andettana. TieaiUng among the 
floral carpet we chanoed across, j 
one of thoee rarities, a white i 
camas. and wiihin a few feet we 
discovered, in addiVlpn to the pre- 
dolniI^4tinf tiamas and buttercups, 
shooting sUrs or peacocks, choco- 
late lilies or frltlUaria, bunches of 
yellow violets with uncommonly 
long stems, purple vetch, dwart 
lupins, and white rock eeras- 
tlum. A thoughtful p ubUe has re- 
frained* from picking these wild 
flow^, leaving them for the en- 
joyment Of all per8Qiis.^H.C3i. 
• ' ' » . , ■ - - 

No letter to U • tduor "ill o» in»«iuc 
except ovfr ine (iroper_ «l*n4'.ure lud 
addrtM of tbo vtiter. 
ot DO Mevption No 
«ord« la lansth. 



FORD 



This rulo sdintti 



the ebners of their mouths? 

"♦^ •■ • . 
If there was a perfectly sti^nnlng- 

looklng girl coming off a boat. 

with a hordp of ravihg maniacs 



ing lasciviou^ily, with grimy note- 
bboks and poised pencils In their 



Saviour oX .mankind— the pattern of true living, 
and the power to make It one's own. Perhaps the 

effect of the living literature of Chri.stianTty Ts j hands, they were film reporters.. The 
well expressed in the manner in which it inspires i audienca knew it the moment they 
magnanimity, which. In its widest slfnlflcaneer( called her ' Baby. ' They covered the 
implies penitence as well as power, a sympathy j waterfront! 
that issues in love and the leadership given in 
spiritual quaUtles. If IV ts to be a purpose of 
education to make men and \k m.i m steadfast, 
elated and full of hope, it is necf:>6aiy that they 
should be I nculcated with the hli^Mt prtaclples 

of morality which enable them to overcome^ like giazod e.w s 

Milton's Samson, "through plain heroic magnl- the film reporter. He coiUdnt fti 
tude of mind." anythtog else. Audiences knew it 

It i.s by the developments of f..e spirit that the the moment the barmaid csjne in' 
standard of perfections must be iudged. Tlie | and said: "Mr. Frank. Ut.Trvr^ 
progress. Qr_ movement, o^ secular ctvUlzatlon your papw- is calling— Oh^^^ w^^^ 
may contain rio prlnclpJ^Tno purpose, and may i can I do? He. P^««^. 
be only a meaningless phantasmagoria in life. re porters^ do th«^^ 

Often enough it is pas.sing^ fashions and current' ^^^^^ waa'^an ioterioj; shot of s 
opinions that have beguiled men and women j j^j^^^g ft.syium. with *rasy people 



If there wai a back parlor where 
tiiree men crouched over a .frow;sy; 
clothed table with bottles and 
glasses on it, the abdden-looklng 
individual with the < seedy hat, 
and crooked tie. wi 



away from the estimate of things as they are 
ancLjtultlfled their ability to see them in relation 
to 'WwIiNcf allty. In order to acquire stability in 
vi.sion there mu.st be conviction of the reality of 
a moral purpose in the way the world is ordered; 
there must be self-dlsclpllne; there ^ must be a 
sen.se of true value.s, Th^ inculcation* of the 
highest principles of m9rallty, m education has 
no place for strange gods. It is concentrated on 
establishing the coriyktion of.lhe reality of that 
which has lu sou^e and end in the spiritual. 
The end of the Uvlng, literature of the Bible is 
to lead men back to God, back to the moral and i 



playlnu Willi pote, paste, and. Scls-. 
sors. shouting at six telephones at 
once, why. that, was 
room. It Just had to be. There .was 
the city editor, with a half-chewed 
cigar in his mouth, in hLs vocabu- 
lary, even. WM the city 
editor do? He read the rival slieet 
with mumbled curses, cigar and all. 
He fired the film- reporter. That, 
was the message to t+ie barmaid. 
Every audience knew that I . 

• • « 
What did tho poor fellow do 



Today h May Day 

';'oday is May Day, a day upon 
which Labor in free countries 
marks the passing of another year 
In struggle for the uplift of those 
who toll in the fields of industry, 
on this May Da^. Labor may well 
turn towards the happenings in 
countries noj so free as thls'TW^ 
minion and mo how workers fare. 
To men pressed kfy their wants 
all change is ever we l come . But 
could they see the results of tiie 
change or be guided by, men wlio 
had their hearte with the workers, 
much that has happened to our 
brothers might have been prevent- 
ed In thoee countries now boast- 
ing dlctatorahlps. CJi p ad l a n work- 
ers watch the stru gg l e be tw ee n two 
great forces of unionised labor in 
the United States and look with 
suui e ee «i B « H i s » H is psss lhllifltt 
of the cleavage. Workers might 
well heed the warning — "Tl^e 
world's a wood in which all lose 
their way, though by a different 
path'earti goes astray.'— R.A.Q. 
, . ■ • • • - l' 

•UnusufI Sight 

Whll* oui tobacconist friend was 
busiiy engaged in dressing, a win 



aqSLKADlNO MOVIES 
' Sir,— Last week I saw the motion 
picture, "Tundra," which has been 
so highly spoken of as a Nature pic- 1 1 

ture. 'Hu- plot l.s very good, display- 
ing great heroism and perseverance 
on the part oC a young medical man 
whilst on -his r-Wiy , to suircr a 
disease-sUicken Ekklmo vlUage. Buf 
the scenes dcpicung wild life \>. 'if 
absiu-d. the district where Ihe in- 
cidents took place was said to be In 
Northern Alaska and animals were 
shown whose habitat is not within 
hundreds of miles of that area. For 
instan^e^ a cqugar was shown, 1 
don't think that thU animal Is found 
north of British Columbia and pos- 
sibly its most northern limit is th< 
Llllooet dUtrlct. White-tail deer 
were shown-. It U doubtful if this 
deer ranges north of the dPJt. main 
Une. I hrtvr only heard of Its occur- 
in the Okai^agan country. A herd 
of muak-oxen w^» shown. This anU 
mal does not occur anything Uke as 
Tar to ine west as tne owanwy wiiM«t 
was shown on the map. The herd 
shown in the picture adopted.,a very 
fl>sii4vi — a tt i tu d e , chasing the 



doctor, who had to lake refuge in a i 
fair-sized tree. 1 have always heard ' 

that the musk-ox is a somewhat 
timid animal and not likely to at- 
ti^k man. 

Acordlng to ac-ount.s (tlvcn h\ 
Lord Lonsdale. Warburton Pike. 
Caspar Whitney.' and others thif; 
animal Is never met witl| sbuth of 
the Barren Grounds, which ar? to- i 
dow wfth his a'ual .skill, a cu.s- tally (ic\ oirt of timber. Another plc- 
teiepnones ai tomer dropped In to purchase a : ture showed a perfect swarm of Ca- 
the city news - ^ weeds* and klU half an I nadlan porcupine. "WhUit to North- j 



Designed in England 
r ir. . Now it Sweeps 
the World! 



was a time 'Wh'en it was thou'i^t 



that to get maximum gasoline econbafty one 
had to ride in an uncomfortably small car-. 
The Ford engineers at the great Uagenham fac- 
tory near London exploded that theory I Tha firat 
Ford V-8 ^60t' was developad-fai England. It haa 
exactly the same sire body as the big "8S"; same 
Centre-Poise Ride. Safety Glass in all win<^ows, 
"Sarne Easy Action Safety Brakes . . . every- 
thing t^^g same except that it has the "More Mile- 
age Motor.- • 
All models are available at prices from ^ 



960t.M072 



National Motor CoT, Ltd. 



819 YATES STREET 



.packet of weedj 

our of his rmpl ivi Mnif- Afi< r nn Ontnrio I frequently encountered 
dime, he drew a thifs annual, but "only sparingly. I 
am not aware that it is RiPRarinu.s 
I have always been told that Natuie 



squandering a 

folded piece of paper out of his 
pocket and remaiked: "I have 
. something here that you have not 
^ lor a long time, Mac. In fact 



stable attainment of that which is revealed iiT ihen^ No need to ask. You saw 
the effulgence of a Dtvtoe love. ' I V"*^^ * doing a nifty 

- ' htile secohd-story job. breaking arid 

A few weeks ago It was considered of sufficient i enic»iiig a home with a browns\.one, 
public Interest to cable The London Times ^hatf front; opnktog the butler on the 
.snft* had fallen in South Dakota Tlws leads head vith his own card-tray; forc- 



plctures' shown on the screen were 

t>> Instnict the public on" animal life 

ris ITmrthlnVthat yw have not and habit.s. Tnose which show the 
11 1.S somCT-iuiis niai. 3 . _ j^j^p Q^j.g experience with the 



In the life of Individuals as well as of nations 
the greatest need that persists throughout time 
la that of some absolute standard, of a sense of 
direction, of a goal ahead Humanlty'lh Its 
struggle onwards Is confined In certain limits, 
beset with drawbacks, handicapped by deficien- 
cies and the slave of .shortcomings. These can- 
not be blamed on environmental dlfUculties. for 
What la created by man can be reformed by him 
He can acquire a moral .sense, have an absolute 
Standard, see a goal a^j/ad. Wliereln there is 
lack of ablUty In ^cTBettag these enda means 
that tho power Inherent Is not exercised, and .so 
the world becomes the vlptira of a depreciation 
of moral currendea. In castlng-^bout for a new 
atabllky It falls to accept the Chrl.stlan Ideal; It 
win not put lU faith In "a city which hath 
foundations, whose Builder and itaker Is God." 

The foundations of human training arc always 
In their beginnings from generation to genera- 
tion. It remains now as always In the processes 
of time that the greatest function of education 
Is that of inculcating the habit of self-dlsclpllne, 
which In lU broadest interpretation Is the ability 
to do the right thing at the right time and in the 
right way. This means practising consistently a 
habit both of mind and body that is stable. He 
who Is nervously imdlsclpllhed Is In an unh ippy 
condition, be<'auso h» reacts violently to small 
. things. That Is one of the handicapping factors 
tn present-day elvlllaatlon. The antidote lies in 
self-dlsclpllne. which prot'cct.s Its possessor from 
any undine strain from conflicts without and 
from Irritations within. What the attainment of ^ 
an absolute standard that will give .stablllt>*j J^^J'^^f 
means Is a new energy of higher purpose, that 
^hlcTT enables those who cultivate it te^ieo^lze 
their own llniltaf inns, but at the same time to 
appreciate that there Is a law ;Bf compensation 
In the moral aa well aa to the physical sphere. 
Thi.s out] i 'k prevents the Indivldunl from fol- 
lowing after strange gods, it- gives a purpose 
and a goal in life, and*a; stability to life's energies. 
~ ' There are certain standards of education de- 
*ereed in' the present day yvhlch cl^im to set forth 
• the highest principles of moralHy. They do not . 
because t:;t y exclude the niblo frfun the srhofl.s 
Of all forms of art, literature haa the strongest 
Uen on immorUUty. The Bible Is the greatest of 
living literature; It \n a coii. . tmn of writings that 
more than any other has been exaiMlMd with 
the cldsest.scrtitlny. Its fundamental worth and 
eharacter.lts vailue as a guide to life and conduct. 



Major -General J. Hiujbury Williams to ask what 
It must be like In North Dakota, and he recalls 

that the editor of' The Freesendon Advertiser 
said: "I understand that a bride recently ar- 
rived from England kneads bread with her glo>>es 
on. The editor of this old Rag of Freedom needs 
bread with his .shirt on, he needs bread with 
his pants on, atid unless some of the dehnquent 
subscribers to this Journal p.iy up before long, 
he'll need bread without ad d tluntr on. and 
North Dakota ain t no Garden of Edom in the 
Winter Mme." 



lilg his way Inb Ah? bride's bed- 
room; doodling penciled circles on 
the sllk-llned nivalis; threatening to 
kill himself unless she eloped With 
him,. Jotilo.^s and all hs he waSr 
That was how reporters llvcdi of 

course it was!' 

• • • 

Or perhaps you saw him down at 

Cav^y's joint arioxs the railway 
tracks, talking to Slug Spumoninl. 
Fits McTlgue. acarface AlUnl, Slug- 

i^rr \r(Noodlo. naby-Fncrd Hplr.-\t. 



secr# for, perhaps many years. ' He 
kept up the myst^erious conversa- 
tion until Mac stepped out of the 
window, simply burning with curi- 
OElty. ."Wh.it have you got_there 
that I have not seen lor y^^CS* ' 
he fairly beBowed. The customer 
' gtinried and replied: "A receipted 
bill" .• . . In the course of 
■having, Aubrey had the mlslor- 
tune to break a safety raaor blade 
that had fUded over his stiff stub- 
-ble for a whole month. To Aubr-y, 
it sras lilM losing an oki friend. He 
suddenly thought of the- hard- 
working janitor. If h" threw the 
broken blade in hLs wastebasket. 
the. man might receive a severe cut 
In 'pu kmg it up. For fujly t.en 
■ minutes Aubrey wandered about 



beaver are most accurate and In- 
forming, but I consider the animal 
pictures in "Tundra" sooaewbat mis-. 

leading. , , 

J. LOWTHER. 
912 Douglas Streeii Victoria, B.C . 
April 26, 1938. 



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CRI KITV TO AN AM.MAL , 
Sir. Oil h irias Ap-il 22, ' soon 
after 8 orlock In tlio mornlnij. .'Oini^ 
fiend shot alid broke the left hind 
leg of our little fox terrier. Re had 
not been oyt of the house for more 
tnan two minutes when he was 
bjr k with a piece .shot out of the 
bone. To some people a dog is only 
a dog, but to most boys a dog is his j 



onT^irmrrh'un 'oTlulr son. IMl I JmrillHimill^^ 

in our care. It .^''fi^ to me tii.T',| Special Selection ^ — - 



Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, perhaps the lead- 
ing educational authority In the United States, 
asks: "What is it that ha.s cau.sed the Intellectual 
and moral paral^^sls which holds nations in its 
grip?" Ha should know, since people are very 
largely what education makes them. . 

TheMsfiibSL 



or any of the River Gang, on in- .__ ^ 
tlmate lertns. Talktar abbut hotj ^ot to be outdone, he emptied the 
feet and squealing; or O-men and tobacco oftt of a half-pound tin. 
burniiK?; or about taking 6on-.«.j i ' 
for a ride. Sure, they were ol 
thf film reporter. He. knc liw-ni 
all, The audience d'ldn't 'haVe lo" 



this quarter*, seeking a crack In 

the wall or a gap In the woodwork j ^^j, neighborhood must harbor an 
m which he might bury the Wade. | .nteial with a yellow stripe down 



<i onped m the blade and care- 

luUv ''ie tin in his waste- 
Ja.sket.— OTB.-^ 

• • •. 



Its Back, or spme ^at\ K'.hn in.^ not 



Meteorological OOee. Victoria, B.C., at 7:00 p.m., 
AprtMO, 1938. 

SYNOPSIS OP WEATHER CONDITIONS 



wait until SlucsTcr M( Noodle .said: 
■•,Ya Jjetcha, Kid, anything foj the 
Gentlemen of the Press." They 
kuew the gaUg would come 

through! ' if " • 

U then again >^Ji .".aw liiM up in the 
'ah- linnr. whflv the piloft and '.co- 



PiTs.surc rrmaln.N luKh .south of Vancrnivcr l.sland. A j pjjQ^ ^.pf^ ^yitot dead. an<l the film 



shallow dri)re.s.'.lou p-ksmhk inland from yu'-en Char- 
lotte Lslands hiis caiL^d llKhi showers on the I'.ri ish 
Columbia Coa.xt. but the weather has been fair and 
moderately v^iui lu'tfll Interior, and also in the 
Prairie Provinces. /, 

. PRECIPITA'nON AND TEMPERATURES 
(Precipitation for ^wclvc hours to 5 00 p.m.; 'tempera- 
tures for twenty-lour hours.) 

Predpltatkm Min 



♦ .22 

.02 
.18 



.01 



.24 



Victoria 

Nanaimo 

Vancouver 

Kamloops ' 

Prince Ooorge 

EslevAii Point 

Prince Rupert 

Langara 

Atim 

Dawson /, 

Seattle .y.......^.. 

Portland .^ftr. 

San Franeilo 

Spokane 

Las Angeles 

ctou 

Kclowna v 

Cirand mrkS 

KiL.lo " 

Cranbrook .............. 

Calgary ... 
Edmonton 

Swift Current 

Mooee Jaw . 

Prince Albert 

Qii .\pi)elle» ... ... 

Winnipeg 

SATURDAY 

Minimum 

.Maximum 1. 

Average -« 

MliUmum on -the grass 

Weather ( ;<> k'\ ■^ur.'^hlne, hrs , 6 mttlSl 

ft;00 rl.Mt WKATHLK, REPORTS 



::r:r 



40 

\a • 
40 
20 
48 - 

3B 
40 

32 

48 
60 
52 
42 
48 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 

a.'j 

40 
J8 
40 

M 
42 
48 



Max. 

H 

«. J 
68 
2- 

48 

42 

46 

ti8 
66 



67 

ao 

76 

70 

H4 
68 

-er 



reporter straggled alone with an 
armed maniac; took his ji"* ' 
him. hr,a him oVrr the head with t 
it. took over the controls of the air \ 
liner, flew It through, llghtnlng^ and 
cyclones without atiy training, and 
landed right In the front garden of 
the oil magnate — er. saving the 
magnate's honor. Of courde you did. 
All reporters do that. That was how 
he won b.Tf k hU job on the paper. 
The magn.\te bought the whole- 
paper especially for him. Magnates 

are like. that. ^ 
■ • • • 

Through ft all. howTvcB. the .silver 
screen missed a little something 
about the reporter; a few of the 
?.alient fact.s of his existence. In fact. 
7fl j:he reported In real life has to 
woi9c aoniettmes. Usually he is a 
teetotaller. Quite often he has a 
w^fc and family, and doAs not boat 
them. His integrity is be . 
tlon. or else he does, not remain a 
rrportor. To me*r the public he 
must be courteous and pleasant. To 
know what it's all about, he must 
have some kralns. To understand 
finance, economics, pol 'i .v .science, j 
art. athletics, and a lew other | 
things, he must hscp wcU posted. 



Iritish EnthMMMm 

-Oiv 1.-. apt to regard Ihe wrcra^^e 
Englbhman as lacking in ebulli- 
ency. Vet at times your Eni?ii>''i 
man can lie Just as tjemonstrative 
as the neJt" fellow, tn witness of 
thus, an EnglLsh nejkspaf)gr tells 
of t'i? deifarture pt Dtan Spencer 
Elliott to take up his appointment 
in Christ Chun-h rath' ^r>'. V;*- 



3 JIGGER C O-A T S $5.90 = 

^1 DICK'S DRESS 8H0PPE 1 

sufficient intelligenre to be tnusted - DOUGLAS ST. PHONE E 7552 S 

with a toy,^. We wouki like lo =;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,|,,,|,,,,,,,,,,,,M||||||||lillllllllWIWIIR|HIIMmiMMlHlMllff 

know If there wa.s any rea.son for ^ 
shootlnjf <aif dog- br- ause we do not 

Intrnd to be. wltl'oul (r.ir 

(MRS.) D. B. FAIRWEATHER 

R.R. 2. Saseenos, Vletorta. BX3. 
April 38. 1938. 



.|»ACIFIC DEnmCKS 

Kir VV;tli r<'fr>r."ncr,<; to the 
sFT'^ch h/ thi' n. fence Minister, re- 
ported in your ls.s\ie of thf 2Ist m- 
s'tanC. the •Defence Mlniater la re- 
prirtiM W hive said: "It was sutt- 
lible '.Siflnrv Inr l.o'll land and 



torla. A.S the .Ss. Manrli City spapia-n^.,,^ while at. B:uklcy Sound 



salted down" the Manchester Ship 
Cnnil Mie bank."* were lined for 
mile.s ^(^itli frienrl.s and wpll-wlah- 
ers. luanv of a!. .^;6rously 
brandished Union .Jacks, House- 
holders appeared on their door- 
«tep.s. hanrtkrrrhiefr, waved fron 
nearly «very window,, and "work- 
men from neighboring factories, 
risking life and limb. clambfiECd up 



CROSSTERNWDOD MARKET 

At 2007 Fernwood Rpad 

AT Tkl IND OF TH^ CAR nUMINUS 

JJUIev teeipiMRt * k Mod«ni R«fri«<r*»K)N 
• Ue t« Dsn sad SsiiH^U ia i*cry Way 

Phooe G6813. We Deliver 

FRED MEADS, Mjniger 



no srte coyld be found where an air- 
drome for land craft could be con- 
structed at a reasonable eoSt.^ 

I do^ not think that the Defence 
Minister's advisers surveyed the 
Burklcy Sound area very closely for 
airdromes. .Suit ii'ol»»- l uKlincs could 
easily be found In or nrar Alberni; 
there are a number of lakes iu-ound 
the coastllno of Barkley SoontTlhat 



the girders .of the bridges and j could easily be converted to both 
,9ioo6 sIlhouettedvBRainst the sky- , land and seaplane uses, 
linn • Cheering crowds of school- "The Weather was b et t er, a n d the 
children ran alflngsUJ* the ship. I site more shelfered than at Barkley 

ahd a proces-sioh of motor c^r.? and Sound." 

cycles fumjshed'in escort as far I think that tlll^ paragraph was 



the old-tlme-aavy usage and borro>A 

one or two C.P R ^l^ll)r>^r'i aa sall- 
mg masters. A navy thai cannot 
keep the sea In all we.iM.-rs us not 
of much use to C^ada. One re- 
members that part of Nelson's suc- 
crsTVas duo to the fact th.it CtAU- 
theaume and Vllleneuve oft«n..i(ent 
to fight with seasick crews dtie to 
prolonged stays In harbor. 

The drydock Is in the right plat f 
at EsQuimalt onljr II out defmrn 
.lire based on Barkley Sound. Such 
I Jids to naval warfare are better 



m% BUICK COUPE 

roa HAM I M) «p 

a* Own»r l.»«nn« CUr 

o asia 



a, the roads would perpalt.— RM. 



bom of timldltr-among the Ottawa '"^''d T^^f Ti^L t 

sailor s. TheMa^ umna, the Norah j "f»^""« '!:LjLt^^,J'^ 

anff humfc^TS of o ther smaller coa.st- docks... -Jwpa "^^fj**^;^^ Vliu 

Will In war time, attract hostile 

planes. 



88 

68 

TO 



46 

64 
St 



A Floral Paradise craft rail at Weet Coa-.t ports 

AttcnUon_ was drawn to the jj^y i n and day ^t. Winter o r Sum- 
beauty Of the r.;ttivp fi»r^ Hiuong. a i m e .Yf th e e hl e fa of the C a na . — ^ Throughout hls,*i>^'Ch the De- 
the oaks In the Uplands by R. M. j ^(.^ f,-,. ,, ,> weather at fence Minister opn^tently ignored 

in this column the other dsy. We Barkley .s , imght revert to the fact thitt a hoetlle force In pds- 

went to see the sight for ourselves — . ' .sess'lon of narkley .Sound eotild 

and marveled at the blue and yel- ' f^w^rmm f% • • T>\rT* »rT«ian ' "'^^^ kindergarten de- 

low carpet that flank.s the east ||P|||iV| rYK.I rlflS 'nces at Victoria, Ykneouvar Mid 
side of Cadtaoro Bay Rr>ad nocth- 



THEY'RE 
PERFECT! 

rwl'>r ».id._btil 
4lBnrr. •v»r». 
Bluebird dll- 
mond carrlM • 
tnarsntM ef 
p#rf»riroh ; . . 
Rur inftly aaS 




(•k fir 

BLUEBIRD 

MOlsrrRcn ni\m¥to BWOS 

ROjSrS, LTD. 

U rnMan aaS OviMMM istl d«mIm St. 



ward from the Intersec tion 
Lansdownenoad. The Uuf floweta 



the coherence It gives In lU varied parts to the | doudy 
principle and purpose of Revelation, how it de- 
plets msn'a need of God and Ood's search for 
man. have all been ratified I»y the experience 
of the ages. It Is neglect of the Bible, a neglect 
•mphaslaed In education Itself, that .separates 
mankind from the power and love of God. It Is 
that ^eglect Uiat means the cries of the human 
•plrA remain ^answered, and men, because of 
lark of .spirituality In their .sou^s, cannot walk 
hrmly or joyously through the ways of a van- 
quished world, but instead remain bondsmen m 
thst WOrid when they might become lt« lords. 
TUt Bi^ 'he manual of Christianity. Ought 



Victoria — ■ fclwi swi , -|Ma; wtod, . W, ll mtte^ 

cloudy. ^ ' i 

Vanoonv«r->BaRNneter, 39 J8; wind, SW, 



I miles; 



Kamloops— Barometer, 29.g3; calm; cloudy. 
Princ e OeoRge Baiome ur. ag .TO; wind, S.,Y ndles; 

cloudy. . 

prinre Rupert — Baroncter, St.gg; wtt»d,"~HW., 
miles, raining. 
Taiiiiip BMiwIsi mXi wttML B, 4 n^sa; rain- 

*^t«vaa MaV- Banaeter, 10 JD; wind. IB. l.aiiOes; 
raining. 

tgnwu Biinsiistii K.00: irtnd. BW, IS ailss: 

raining. 

Portland — Barometer, 28.88: wmd. S . 10 miles; 

cloudy 

Seattle— Barometer. 28J0: wind. NW.. 10 mUaa; fair. 
San ltaiMlso6-Bar(^tc») SOiM; wind, W., If miles; 

ck>udy.. - ' 



FIFTY YEARS AGO TODAY 

(Prtw T^e Deny Colonist of May I. 188g>\''' 
Makes SUrt on New Btiildlng— "Actlon.s sp^ak IoiV:< r •> tn 
words. " ThU U so m the case ef D. J. Pemberton, w^ip haa already 
commenced operations on his new building at the ebmer eC Fbrt 
and Broad Streets The new building will have a ironUge from 
the corner to Redgrave A Ella's . confectionery S|(Im, and when 
flxushcd will be an emament to the street. v : J 

.• ^ ■ 'w 

Wagon Is BfokaivTselecday. while w. P. Janes' team were' 
irarirar Pnnean e i atleni th e y beeame frightened at a^^ron tank 
that w.vs on the wagon and eommeneed to run. TheiR#er losinf 
control of thrm. ti.ey boitsd. t waMln r ti>8 ■■ f Ott ond lotait/eHi* 

Slderable damage otherwise. 



OPTICAL EYE-TEMS 

By (.URDONlHAW 

^Th^ntnage that falls ^on the plate 
or film of a camera Is upside down 
I and .so Is the Image that fails on the 
^ I retina of the eye So we say the eye 
wMM^<>own However, this Is 

Ihe brain sees right side up. 

To foeun a reading gla,ss or 
camera, vou move It riearer to or 



Johnstone Strait 

CHARLES FLICK, Lleuti-Col.. ' 
• Retired' Canadian MilUla 
Mayne Island. B.a;''A0Hr'»ftf38. 



Is Blected President— At a meetUig of the Surrey Agricultural 
Society hi^ on Tuesday last, A. Perguson. of Bgln, Mud Bay, was 
unanimouriy elected president of the society to take the plaoc of 
Mr Chantren. who resigned that ofnee Hie ejection eC Ito . 
Perguson. who is well known in Virtorta for Ms Mttmalp kSswl- 
cdge of agrictUtural matters, has given ireal satlsfOetlen to the 
members ef the society. 



tVNBliB AND SCNtBT 



Cmiltith House School 

FOR ROYS 



C«4Wr* a* 



C V MILTON 



t BItl 



Anin< 

Ttm* of tunrut and MOMt 
ttandard tlm»' d Victoria. BO. 

month of April. 1»»» ' 

eva* Sun- I 

I M tl-H' 



(Paetn* 
fsr tti* 



a clear image. The eyes of some 
animils are focused the same way— 

by pu.shing the lens "backward or 
'fot^ard. But the humari eve is 
focused (futomat. rally by tl^e ciliary 
or" 

I change the shape of the lens. When 

at rest the lens is quite flat and Is 
focused on objects more than twenty 
feet away. Mr, neaihy ehjecta. the 
I muscles make the Icne retit der and 
' thicker. If the *y* len» i-vs no. 
work properly, e', r e 
I r>« eded to perfect t*»4..^i'>n u> a. ; - 
png thT natural lens. *" ^ 



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STOCKERS. 
ICUMTY 
TORACiir?/ 

VICTORIAS riN8^ 

PURNITURR • / 
. . WARgNOUSi 
MOVING •PACKIMC 

• PHOMI CSISt 1« 



Tho Uot««rol«cl«-«l Ofetrrratorr. 
OoamIm MoMbta. Vietorto. ■ 



• What letter come after. H'." 
manded the teacher 



^ase, Miss, I doo't^l^nowr an- ' tommy. 



Toomv. _ 

■?pren what hate I eo' 

of mv hwe? • pressed th» 
'.Looks like powder, Khms" soli 



|reau. 



GOOD WILL TiR 
TO BE RECEIVED 

Mnyof McGavin to Welcome 
r Bratktatt TUeiiay 



CLUB CALENDAR. 
. •: 
llCONI>A,T — Oyro Club, luneliaon 
mt^linc. ^b^Nm HoM. It: 10 
_ pjn. ~ 
TUBSDAY — Kiwuiia Club, break- 
fiu^t imilt^. l^nprMs Hotel. 7:46 
a m. •' — • ^ 

WEDNISDAY— Bualneas tad Pro- 
fessional Women"! Club, decorated 
UbU diiplay, BmprcM Hotel, 2 
Km., . ' , 

TKUBOQAY— RoUry Club, lunch- 
eon lueeiii;^ B«t > r M t BoM. 12:10 
p.m. 



'THE I^AILY CQLOMST. VlCTORIA^B.C., ^L'XDAY. MAY 1. 



Mayor Aiidrew McOHYin «lU «tve 
the annual good will tour of Klwaals 
rliiUs of tlip North wp.st district an 
__9fnclal welcome at the bre alcfaat 
meetlnt hm on TuaMtar mornBig. 
TTift procramm* will be proTUM llir 

the vlattors. . . - 

Hm TanoouTer oarMVB. iiiunlMr> 

inn 100 meintyrs, thf-lr wives and 
- Iflidy. lEitnda wtU arrlvo here undvi^ 
ib» dlrecCloa o( lico M. Sweeney, 
YaneoKTer. They wlU'bf joined by 
•bout teo Victoria memben in three 




NEW METHOD ADDS 



FUR STORAGE AND 
aEANING SERVICE 




Extensive Improveiiii|iit CompTeTed at Nbrth Park 
JStceetPlant-^Moth, Fire And Burglar Proof 
Vaulta GoBftrnifeiiBd for Storage of 

and Ganttenli 







Wheo 


It conim to 




Dir >t 


for 




RED 


BRAND 



wroiuf oo these 
Mlected cuU. each 
■tamped with tha 
Qovrrnment mark 
•« the h I I h e 1 1 
'luallt* W' rirrr 
nothiiu but lied 
and Blua brand 
»!■ tinroevhout 



tmiTTiliATMillRET 



lUit nniiilm <tt 



cars, and wlU embark on the 8i 

Iroquois for Port Angelee, after 
br^■iik^a^;. Tliey will alM) viait the 
fielimgham, Everett, Port Ludlow 
axui ^^dmonefai clubi. 

Albf^rt "Red" Martin. loccU basket- 
ball player, who recently returned 
from «a extended tour m » mim- 
ber of the House of David baaketball 
team, will be the'Oyro'blub speaker 
tomorrow. It Is expected Uartln will 

glW hU ImffWWMlnna trf prn(*Mlonal 

bMhetball. and relate A few of his 

JBQjerlencp.s on the road. 

STONES" 
M. J. Uttl^, locai Jeweler^ will 
.speak to the Rotary Club at its 
luncheon next Tburaday on "Pre- 
cious Stones." Afi added attraction 
m the form of vocal enter fllUli<n>- 
to also being arranged. ."^ 

In oo-ofidtstkn with the Junior 
W A of the Royal JubUee Hospital, 
the Business and Professional 
Wonen^ - «tabr BHI ITednegday 
aftenooQiLJiMl evening. wiU present 
Its anifual deoorattKl table display 
The exhibition will be held from 2 
to 10 o'clock in the Xmpren Hotel 
ballroom. The Business and Pro- 
fes.'^ional Woin« ti's Club .share of the 
proceeds will be devoted towards the 
Bay ^Itf MiBwrtol ■rhnlarshlp 



EW Method Laundries, Ltd., have recently completed ' 
extensive building ppcr.ations in connection with its /wo 
Urge plants on KorUi Park Stratt. With tha comptation 
of these alterationt and additions, tha company now uses over 
35,000 square feat for its manv operatibna and services. 

A large two-storied brick building contains the laundry 
operations, adjoining which is the power and engineering de- 
partment and the. main office building. One hundred yards east 
on the same street is another large two-storied brick building 
known as the Sanitone plant, which covers a coikipleta, modarn 
dry cleaning plant, adjoining which it th« dy* wOliia and the 
rug and carpet department. 



The iiewf'kl and latest addition to 
this efflclefi t grg^"'"^""" ^ * 



em fur stonita and for>deattlnff de- 
partment. Here have been con- 
structed_jnothproof, fireproof and 
burglar-prodf vaults, sclentlflcally 
constructed for the storage and 
preserratlon «f flaa fan. oostly 
woolens '[Ml TillMfal * "f t»V- 
estrles. 

Mon .^BlmcnoN 



tested system that kills the real 
cause of moth ruin— the moth larvae 
and eggs. Deeply hidden In your 

beautiful furs and fine woolens, 
Lhfse dt'structlve mite."* remain dor- 
.mant in the presence of cold, post- 
poning their ft w msgf. until w armth 
makes them aettve. * 

STORAGE 



'^After de-mothlng your furs are 
then placed in our fi reproof and 

Realizing the menace of moth.s In burglar-proof storaRe vatilf.s H«'re. 
Victoria, and the toll of yearly dam- behind steel doors, in a chamber 
age which 'Is mounllnK iiigher and j constantly kept at a low tempera- 
higher each year, the New Method ture, your garments will he fresh 
have tacklied ' this problem with and immune f rem (Umsfe. The 



Give Adequate Protection 



CREDIT : 

l4 belongs to jow— tfce eoni!mm%iiy 
_4oe8 no€ €mn iL 



That it* thrir major source of incotne, thetr 
priis^ripal im-^iiw Hf.. llu-y are alwavH «>n t\m lookout 
for good ribkK. rh« v have to av<ji<i jKM»r oneH. 

Lai OB give an inntancr. Suppose, say, a man 
Mkinf A bank Ion, itjkBQWn to .the bMkw r ai 
haring no bn>in<-.sa capacitj. to car^y .oat the pur- 

po»*es for wliirli hr wants the monrv.' !!<• in not 
credit -worthy-r her iia^ a<x-iunaiated nothing has 

Thm bM/MT, onxitrnM tht**igh h*" iu to }nalw IrMiais, 
lcrw>M>j tknrm im ri..f f/w rtiti<>n-^l < /win/ *> thai th*» man 



Bwt lilM ITWHI hnK a frM iul a 

■MB who hart acrumnlaSAd Boai»- 

thnut and Iimh n ntakr. )irarin|( 
ni his itri^lilMMjr tt dilTicaltj, he 
{i^oca to tJie bank attd tgua that , 
the loan be madew 

''Whoaa mooay would yoa 
htm ina kad himr* asks the 

nijin i:'!-*. "Yon hnvfl a (l<'p«>«it 
hero. U ovki jom head your own 

" •*'NoC on yoor tUe*" retorts 
Mb. Blank. "LmmI imm tha 
bank's aooey.** 

Has bank mana^eer. as ensto* 

(fieri (li tliw vrry nwin'd fyym 
then lakes pauaa to 
that what tha eob- 

ritfesm is re-illv ^.x|><"4 t- 
is that tl» bsnk alibuld 




M /fixed 



own oommnn nenm an<i rfltrtkMi 
woaid compel hvn to rrfuM. 

BeiiM anch a man Irares tha 
Ixink he Tviiallv aerrws ttiat he 
bad axneded ths bank to lend 
wbeia na hiraiaelf wovid be 
Baaka baviLai 

o/ err flit. 

IW-rc is the core of the whole 
boainem ol a bphk's extrnding 
credit. n*H-aii;<« nf liie hank's 
taaponaihUity to iu dcpieitors 
l| aaa makt hmia oolv whert 
li naaaiiabiy car*. 



chartered 
cask, on 
<i.itr. tilie 
8}M'nil.il>le. 

In tin case of the Ixirrowcr, 
credit ia tha personal poaeeesion 
or attribale of rhf^ imlirMMbl - 
yon yonraelf, if jou are tiw- itttr- 
tower fai ehvaeter, ifoo^la, 
pndMwnioos, integrity, abiKty 
and witiingnasa la repay. 

ere4|t is not aoriai, in 
the nen^. «>f IvrUmging to the 
community, i Whao you Ivave 
errdit, k is ' yoor own juMt as 
yoiir mofsey in^ sav^gs ac- 
count is ynolr own. Hm people 
at large haw* na aaaioemuMe 
tUSn^amk, 

' Vhajngillgii <aad fcl 

ariHwrT fiiir all prartiral 
Kprpuaea la tfaisi The man who 
owns and thetsAi^a ewiauls his 

rrr<lit takrw thf» initiative. Thr 
bank dore not go to him. lie 
goes to the bank and asks it to 
enahir him to o})iAiri rrnltt in 
f(]>r.n(ia I>1« f«irin in exchange for 
hi* ovm nnspandahle eredh. 

'I Im* hank H<wm ■*»>; and rhnr^rfK 
him a mttai in lli« Uwm of 
antt ba npaya. 




Massiva Steel ^Doors Protect the Fur Storage Vaults ofithc New Method 
. ...^ ' • the Pstron of Absbhtta P rote c t i on far Fine 



Laundriea^ "ittd^ 



To oliMbi a loan from a bank 

a hnrrorwer nmst Jvare i-rr dit of 
bis own. Seldom, if ever, is his 
eredit spendable. Ten eaanet 

^jK-^nd rattle, fro<>dn in pr'>r*««*> of 
manufacture, aucaitght hMh, un- 
ent thabac, ar wheat in ^ the 
granary. 

The badk., has credit too. 
MUHniis of smaN depoatori 
have, in rffrrt, lent It tbrir 
money. A percentage of this 
■MNiey, based on bank esperi*^ 

mr«i of withdmwalH, ia kept in 
caah, some more in items of a 
cash nataraii more atiU in asaets 

quick Iv r<)nTcrtihle into rnnh, 
and more m saf*' invrfitnirntit 
aaeh as niarketMhlr rovemnirnt 

»n«l <»*h«'r ImiixI-^. ft^-o'd ii|Htn 
tiim, thr hank, ran extend credit. 

Becauae p«v»|>le have ronfi- 
Ib b«ik credit, and he- 
a<a 



- ' lentiflc equipment, which gives ab- 
solute protection agalQft jnoCh. dam- 
age. * - — 

The m eet -that e an r^ ea*d^ feif 
ordinary storage. Is- that if thy tem- 
perature li kept low^dugh, moths. 

larvae and egg.s will remam dor- 
mant for many moths. Cold of ly 
self does not kill the larvae. After 
being brought into the warmth 
again, this dorinant m.sect life may 
II Vive and continue iu destructive 
ness. 



Jhe Opening of Our 

FUR STORAGE 

- . AND * 

FUR CLEANING 

Mothproof - FJreiirJHif^- Burglarprooff 

Safety Protection 

~Wt kavs juft complttt4 Hit inttalUtton of Hm FINEST, STRONGFST, antf 
mott complcttW equipped FUR STORAGE VAULTS m B C Htre, behind 
hejvy itcel bjnk vault doorj with intricate combination lockj in a chamber 
conitantly kept at a low tcmpcraturt, your turt and cottly woolcni will be 
k«pt trnk and immuM froM dasisga. T1i« psita are kept "alive"— Hia K«vt 



FURS CLEANED -STORED IN BONDED VAUtlS 




De-rnothitifi 

At as added pracaurioN aaaiiiat moHia, aH tameeti *e De-motkad befofc 
'placiag ia Hw VaeHi ky Hm aew, Kieetific MsMan rieccu. 



1n»'u ranee 



An garments arc fully intured uft to yoer own valsatioR aflaiait Mothi, ft(« 
asd THaft, from the time they ' - • - > .. . 

hte yeer ka»da is the Fall. 



t a f-U 
FrtncIT* 



Far Cleaning ' . 

Trotter your furs from karmfsl^, obtektt dssaiiefl matheds. Wa have 
~ liiw ef -the isteir-lffr^SKdnire fer-eWsirinf eavtpeianr^ 
^.Iscfisr'a "thwm asd Grafci" method » . no immcrtien fluidt that dry out 
the palt and remove tht natural, estentiti oili Our procesi tcieniilically nartt 
the f«r,.removt« tht dirt and grimt, and rtttortt th« life and btayty toil 
fives a' hu t rse s pelMi te Hm fiir. 

Now you can be assured of absolutt protection against moths, fire, 
theft and heat We invifa your inspacfioa af ear aiodara far vaalti . 
aad hir-claaning faciliHat.- 



TtlephoiM _Q ardea bl66 




THE NEW 




aar cLaANaas 



oms 



unnrasaaaa 



a e a c M|»iiBaa 




SCIBNTiriO CONTHOL 

For yrara it hv been known that 
the home does not provide sultabk 
Btorage for furs and woolens. Oom- 

mercial ^u• storage h« t>'rn tii« 
logical answer to Lha need for pro- 
tection, and due to the lack of other 
methods, cold storage has been tised. 
However, lurtlval of moth larvae 
and eggs in furs that have hem re- 
turned from cold storage, has turned 
the attention even of the eetd star* 
ago fur trade itself to fumigation as 
a nece.viary part of storage service. 
Fumigation bv a uns thai. wiK jwrie- 
traie through the material is the 



pel^ are kept 'alive'— t^' hairs soft, 
the skin pliabu>. 

^" INSLBANCK 
"Tour garment is 'fully lnsure(}.jip. 

to your own valtiation, ai>»w»«v 
moths, lire and theft, from the time 
it Is called for by our salesman until 
it is delivered into your hands when 
you want It in the Pall; 

Fl]R CLEANING. ~ 

lri.stallcd thf ir. v f (om- 
i'plete llhd" of fur-cleaning and glaz- 
I Inr equtpment la British OohunMa." 



MALAHAT BOARD 
HOLDS MEETING 



Trade IVxlv Will Ask Covernneat 
To, Make ImprovemenU en 



SHAWNIOAN LAKE, AprU 
The best attendance' for 



a.. — — .„ I months marked the annual meeting 

logical metftotf ^-J;ill>flI^n9LJgiaaLii>f thu .Malabat Boanl of Trade held 




What happena when he iw. 
thia credit in spendabia 

form? 

He «petid<« K- _ ^ 

He pays the wagrs «f labour, 
the rost of rsw matcriais an«i of 
maniifartore; tbe enst of «rr<i, 
of feed for hoRB and eattJe, of 
the expenses of rnltivating and 
harvestinjt; of buying; haiit or 
catching bah; of catting trees or 
tnnsportaag goods. 

The whole !.. inking process is 

other peopley mojaet. 

Hanks am|»Jv dare not risk 
their- ow»-aolvenry and so jeo- 
pardiae the safety of their de- 

fMwiior*' fiinrU. l.\ m.iking l<»anA 
to ji^opir who have neither char- 
a. trr nor credit— nor by mak. 

ing loann even to thf>«- u ho 
have Inith, nitiiout taking every 
reasonable^praaaatioil to 
repayment. 



adult moth, but larvae and cges 
without wetting, ;healtng or chemi 
cal Ireatnent. 



In thV SLAA Hill. W-vlnrsday 
evening. The president. W. Mudge, 
prsBlds d . aad weleewed JL Laugh- 

Whlle ordinary cold storage ! tOn SS i nsw member, 
men ly prevents the development of I Indifmatlori was expressed at the 



CHINESE SENT 
JPEORTIliAL 

Mar Fong Sun Committed in 
Court on Charges In- 
volving Opium Sale 



Charged s«'parai«ly with the un- 
lawful di-stribuliDii sa.r and posses- 
sion of opium. M.ir Kcuik -Sun wa.s 
ooihmitted for trial by a higher 
court at the oonehialon ef n prelimi-. 
nary-* 'hearing" before iniglitrate 
Henry C. Hall in.., the city pcMlce 
court yesterday. 

Repre s e nted b y P. J. StiuKHt. the 
accused madto no statement and re- 
served hLs del r net. H W. Davey 
was the Crown prui>ecuiut. 

Evidence on the Alrst charge in- 
volving the di.stributton of opiiun to 
Carl Carlspn was heard by the court. 
Mr. Sinnott con.M nted to the evi- 
dence given in thd first case being 
made<^ appileable to the other two 
charges of sale and j>>R.srs«ion o( 
the narcotic Tlie aaiiaed was 
fleeted for uial by a higher court 
on ail three charges. 

The first witness. Constable Percy 
tCharK-a Brooks. RCMP. tetUfl«d 
that he received six sealed envelopes 
from Corporal O. J. Hayward. 
R.C.M.P., on AprU 3t. In his pres- 
ence, the Oovernment analyst at 
TiBCOUVcr took .samples from eacli 
anvalope, and ou AprU 27 signed 
certificates of analysis that tha 
samples contalxied €H?lum. Brooks 
identified the envelopes and certlfl- 
rntes 

MtfETS AC( L.StD 
barl Carl^, called by Mr, Davey. 
told of meeting Mar Pong sun in a 
local poolroom on April 16, when the 
latttr Mated he. was working in a 
«lty cafe and wanted to know if wit- 



EltLISH lllllg 

BOOTS AND 
JODHPURS ' 




"K" BOOT SHOP 

Cor. PORT and GOVElNAaNT STS. 



IT 



PURS STORED IN. THIS SPLENDID NEW PLANT 

INSURED AGAINST 
ALL RISKS 

By 

K^R & STEPHENSON,iTD. 



INSURANCE SERVICE 



1121 Qovarnmaat Straat 



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insect Hfe while In storage, fuml^a- condition of (lir Old Victoria Road 
tion destroys all livlnv vtagei of ] Uid the boar^'wlll continue to pe- 

moths and other kiSMts. and assures ' titlon the Public Works Department j^w could find ain >ale for drugs.' 
complete freedom from all ln<n > t life for Itnprovements to this ImpOrtaVtt. jS^rlson met j^im asain at his place 
when the fur Or woolen Is returned hlRhway link 



to the owner. 

^IOlium MrnioD 

The use of gns in the destruction 
of all form.< of irtsect life is not new. 
but it has taiefi years to develop a 
fumlgant with none of the. disad- 
vantages and dangers of those 'first 



1^. 



OF CANADA - - 



7a«w laoni kapaefc hmith mmmmgfr tnll hi- gUd m tnYk h»nldn§ 

dtA yeas, flte aidff hm glmd tn »nn\r^r >«.iir qurntinmt. fmm th* 
tteu*fipnint nf hit ntt n ;><■! i .ri . »■ I nrtt arlirif ||S 

mii sppgT in this n*wpmp«r. W mUk /or it. 



In malium, all -such objectionable 
TCatQf^s afe overcome, and An ideal 
ftmiigant for furs and woolens has 
^'•'^T^ % ^tgt- ^ahiim la non-in- 
f||Binable and non-explosive. It 
ha< no obj*^etionable od'T. and n<>iie 
I.", imparted to th^ treated materials 
It is iinfailinR, efBclent, economical 
and deaa._anOLhsndled yrith ep- 
ttre safety. Malluip k relMsed as a 
Ifa.s. It leaves no resirtiM^ -no pow- 
der or oUy fUm -and has no affect 
whatever upon the eoior or^^xfuie 
of the material fumlirated. 

A description of the new mallun 
system instalUUI^ iraa glfva ty W 
P. Pinfold, preside n t of the ooa^aay, 
as follows: 



TTie meeting endorsed a re.solutlon 
of the Din.'.in Chanit)er of Com- 
merce- in regards to fish conaer>'s- 
tlon. A letter of protest win 6e sent 
I to the standing commltte*' on rnil- 
I ways, canals and telejrraph lines in 
I regard to the "agreed charges" bUl 
I aoMrJtaf ore the Do^^ Hoii.v> 
' A' lettJr was re««4vsd gratefully 
acknowl<*dglng flio lionrrl s r mTibu- 



After receiving $7.50, Carlson 
handed It to tl^e Chinese for mere 
'of the narcotic. He fn,ik the money 
back when Mar Foi»« .Sing was un- 
able to make delivery. Receiving f 15. 
Carlson handed the accused $0. and 
ordered ten decks of dgtum ca April 
21, when he Tlsltad Mar Ptaf Bbig s 
room. 

Carlson gave a prearranged signal 
Hayward and Brooks entered the ac- 
cused's quarters from a eonhecting 

room and found t-<'n dej-ks of opium ' 
hidden in the sleeve of his left arm. ' 
They also found the $• on a UbIe. 
IDENTIFY INITIALS 
Hayward an'l Brooks both Identl- I 
fled theU- Initials and dates on the 
decks of opium produced in court 
snd s list giving the serial nunib»r.s 
of moiii y supplied to Carlson. Num- 
bers on the $9 found Ui the accused's 
room corresponded with the list. 

They told nf otire sf>< iiig through 
a keyhole the actual distribution of 
opiiun to CarLwn by the Chinese. 
f?arlsQn had been orderfd te- receive 
the drug l>y a window that could be 
observed through the keyhole of 'the 
ad>olnitiv room. The arrest of the 
Chinese was deecrtbsd. 



Electrical Inttallation 

]^ FOR 

NOir METHOD LAUNDRIES' 

FUt STOtACfi AND CLEANING MPARTMENT 
I Doss by 




Ascroft Electrical Machinery Co. Ltd. 



M9 YATES STREET 



PHONI rtMH 



MALLIUM GAS EQUIPMENT • 
NEW METHOD LAUNDRIES, LTD. 



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MAtf lUM OOBP., NEW. YORK 



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Tut Siwavc anS C'lranim DrpKimrnt 

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of business several times. During a 
meeting at the comer of Hose Street 

and Hilbide Avenue on April 10, 
Carlaon said he promised to pur- 
chase five decks of t)plum. He 
handed the Chinese I7.M, and Uter Bl UJ)l\(, Hi. I Hh S 

FUR MOMH GIVEN 



lag fund 

• ^TTie annual election of offlcers r'^- 
.sulted as follows: Prestdent, H. E. 
Hawking; vlee-preMdent. W. t. 
FYaaer. snd aeswtaiy, tjjjasttiai, p. 

M. Oannon. 



received two decks of epltoa In the 
accused s viac^ in a local raomiag 

house. 

Witness declared he turned the 
opium over to Corporal Haywarrl ai 



.„ iri7^*"'^^^^!^?-^S^K dfcMt, . La'«- on Ui the day. he 



received three more decks from the 
Chinese, and also handed theai to 
Hayward. 

Carlaon tnkLthe court he received 
IS from Constable Brooks. He pnr- 



During April, ttttrty-f our permits 
for construction .valued at $34,000 
were takenWITthe City HslI In 
AprtriB17. forty-five prrniltA were 
issued for buildthg. with a to'nl 
value <rf 138,000. 

City cnn.«;t ruction figures for 'ho 
first four montlia *4 the year u>taled 
$376,908. an Incwass of $11.^ 832 over 



Oprn . 
Drill* 

American Viiifor$ 

^ — _ 



idvvrlisin ff 
to A llruct 



Jide$ in Victoria 



APntL 



T.Ui* of t!(3t fPiclfle itindtri tlm«> •! 
Vict oria, a C. tof t t» month ot apt A,<» e. 

mm* rrt riir.* trt Tiir* h c 'Mm* S'l 

(>*t« H M n H U n M M Pt H M Pi. 



nu are stored 
awthproof and flre-and- 
preteeted vaulta they are 

de mothert t>v th*- new 
This new 



In our 
burglar 

completely 

acientiflc malium method 



CIGARETTES 



, . ^— ■w^ .-^i.^^^, m III I i utmu v»l VIl.J OU* UTVI 

hased six decks of opiuA froo^ the the $180,678 shown for the first four 
accused. THey were initialed by | months of 19?7. — 

Twenty -one new dwellings 
been erected in the dty this year, 
compared with six d urtna the c or- 
reiponding four monttis ~la8t~|«i 



j Haytfard when delivered by i he wlt- 
j ness on April. 30. The same day he 
purcha-sed eight more decks from 
the Chinese for ttt. Receiving •aat- 
other $15. he again contacted the 

I' CUJied «! h;> pla. r ,' , , i.,r 
rOlND I NDLK ( ARPFT 
Ifc was handed a note, r ■i .aig; 

You n ine .see me. my ," but 

r<^<uld not make out the last word. 
The fMMe was plaoad ifi the exhlMu. 
The Chinese then told Carlson to 
look under the carpet In his room. 
There he found ten decks of op4um 
,yhieh ha dtilwed to HayaaM to 



The fourteenth eonaseutlve news— <^ 

paper advertising schedule ef-the^^-l-; 

Evergreen Playground Association 

wiu be opened In California newa- 
papers this week, officials Of the 

Virtorla and Island Publicity Bu- 
leaij. whir h has membership in the 
a. soclaMon. snnounced yesterday. 

In addiQon '~to Its campaign of 
advntiSic la dally aewspaperi/l^ 
_ i with the object of attracting tourisis: n 
ho the Pacific Northwest, the 4sao- jj 
have rwuon has advertisements ^ppear- jg 
ing m maffy of the moat^ popular J' 



4 

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magazines and perlodtcni pubOsHed 
■tm- th e Un ite d jBtates. Window dis- 
plays are featured In California, and 
■Tiie iiw>ngn»Wfig-Tjmr dl«tr1huj|ng 
46.000 copies « Its ann i,t: •• i.riogue 
and guidebook t o th e Kvargreea. 
I'.avtfroifrKl 

L lyrtttt tix tai iaaoriatflonls cam- 
tin; quiet: Spot and nearby. 38 88; iPaUri are preetded by the Chambers 

forward. 36 70. Commerce in SestMe. TSroma. 

L^ad. steady: New York, spot 4d0 PorUsnd and BellUigham. the Van 

U) 4 55; East St. Louts 4^5 . j couvet Tourist AjaortaHenHaMf 

I Ztne; steadv; Kaat Bt. Uvui*. spot victoria 
'and forward. 4.IA ireau. 



>I« lal Markrta 

NLW VuKK. April 30 /J^ — Cop- 
pr 11 •. electrolytic, spot, lOOO; 
expori, 6.85." 



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Sfsa 7 7| 7 I 



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7 a* « 1 in IS 3 ^.f; :« T'l 3i is • i 

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ttt* I30<r) M*ri(lMa Wttt. a 
from 0 •/> 34 ho>>««, fMti aMaliM ts ■ 

nlfht T.'i» r *.jr*« for li«1«ht MTT* to 

tinouUh Y.r.h wttat trim low »»t»r. 
Wtitra bianktf or<-ut in tha t«i>i«. iim u4a 
rtaaa ar falla Snniiiniiili sunn* tw «■■»- 
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THE DAIX.Y (boLONIST, VICTORIA, aC, SUNDAY. MAY 1, 1938 



KIRKHAM'S 



(12-1S 
Fort SL 

Daily l><'li><'ry cM««ui..*uuu.»w.u. . 



nomct 

iiii 

*|fMto - G DIM 
KMtl 

ami «b4 



AWNINGS 

Mr Air-Oondltlonltic, Comfort and Hnuif fur Home an: 
Btor* — latlmataa PrM 

»M OBivr. rtlBUd Mrl|Nt..rron. rard 3ft^ 

wiwyi prtiwfc jf aMit. >. .« .^^-.^ to fis^ 



F. JEUNE * BROn LTD. 

BW JOWSOM 




Q MM 



PHONr. F. DIM* 



n KOKT STRCKT 



Squrt BmI Cbiia and Hardwire 

WINDOW SCRFEN ANO WIRE SCREEN— ALL SIZES 
HOSE SPRINKLERS AND HOSE FITTINGS 



Fried Sprint; Chicken Dinner 75e 

HONSY hotel (Sidney)— J. Greenwood, Prop. 



OMiri SLUG DEATH 

V 

(Moa-PoUonoiu) 
INOISfENSAlU TO NURSCRYMEN AND GARDENERS 





Mad* 



F. D. CORRY 



No. 



1 FIR MILLWOOD 
^.50 

$4.00 
$4.50 



PER CORD 
(2-Cord Lots) 

INSIDE riR BLOCKS.' ^ 

Per Cord (in 2-Cord T.ntst :; .. ..... ^ 

KILN-DRIED KINDLING, 

Cord 

Phone G 2647 * 

GEO. HARKNBTT. Distributor, Lraioit-GoiimMm MUla 



Obituary 

BRZNTNAI4* — Dm rMMlai fl( 
Mrs Ann* MArte Brmtnall wfll Iw 

lnV.cn tills niomliig at 8 o'clock to 
her foriiier home at Saltapriag 
Island, where they wlU lie In state, 
and at 1:30 o'clock mtvIom will be 
conducted in St. Mark's Church. 
ClHngfs. by Hi'V. C. H. Poi)ham. In 
tennent will be In Che family plot 
in the church, cemetery _ 
tuary, Ltd, le In diATfe of 
ments. 

SULLIVAN - t'uiuM 111 :ierviceB for 
Jeremiah .SuUivun were held yester- 
day morning In St.. .Andrew'* Cattie- 
dral. Revjrather Oeukers eelilmtad 
M(us.s, aflpr which the remains were 
laid at re.sl in Bay Cemetery. 

Many floral offerings were received 
and ft_Jftrit number of eorrowlng 
friendi attended the aerrloe. The 
pallbearers were H Ca.s.sidy, A. 
Vogel, A We^dcrt., P. Ooudle, K. 
Clarke and J. Smith. Sand* Mor- 
tuary, Ltd.. wa* In Ghari* qCMw^ 



Beautiful Dogwood Tree 




MONTGOMERY— i-'uiieral services 
for Misa Kl«anor Ellaabeth Mont- 
gomery, who died In Seattle^ AprU 
an,, ware hdd PMday at the Boonay- 
Watson Chajjel, S<'attle. Very Rev. 
J. D. Mcl^'iuclilan, Uean of St. 
Mark's. offK i.iMiig MisA Mont- 
gomery, daughter of the late Oapt 
Unary Montgomery, Wangmntii. New 
Zealand, wa* bom in Melbourne, 
Australia, and received her educa- 
tion in England. Her eaily Ufe dur- 
.Inff the closing jrears oL th* last 
century was spent In New Zealand, 
where she won prominence as a 
poetess, writing under the name of 
"The Singing Shepherd." She also 
won faibe throughout the Antipodes 
as a wtlter and dramatist Interment 
w.x^ made m 
Vk tona. 



NO. 1 PTR HEADS AW 

SAWDUST 

SSk"""* $2.50 

Per unit, 

lacked ^0.9U 

60 SACKS 
— ^— . 1 i_ 


NO. 1 FIR 

MILLWOOD 

124iich toncth. PA 
per cord . ^^dlaOU 

INSIDE FIR 

$4.00 

BARK SLABS 

cord $3«25 

(In 2-cord lota.) 


KITCHEN RANGE 

* 

Sawdust Burners 

FULLY INSTALLED 

$20 Cash 


FMNACE iniERS 

TttOf liutalltdf . 

$30 Cash 



CHEAP FUEL 

NO. 2 lOOVc FIR MILLWOOD, comprism,; 1? inch 
MiUwobd. short ends, odil^engtht. q|- 

•nd good bark, '^er cord ... «p | ■1*9 

i^our Relief Scrip for Two Cords 

MANNING & SHAW FUELS 

1910 ITORB STREET B 0634 



LEE The death occurred on April 
20, at hU l ieww , ITI i O w e rwm e n t 
.street, of Lee Sing Tim, a^ed .slxty- 
flve years, a native of Canton, Chliia, 
•ad a MBldeaft of Victoria for tw«n- 
tjr-flve years. The funeral will take 
place from the Thomson runeral 
Hom« on Tuesday afternoon, at 1 
o'ekKk. Interment will be in the 
Ohlneee Cemetery. 

CATON — Funeral service for 
Arthur Caton took place yesterday 
ai temoon from the Thomson Funer- 
al Home, RcT. Thomas Menzles offl- 
ciatlryr In the pre.sence of a few 
iQtimate friends. The remains were 
laid at rest in the Royal Oak Burial 
Park. The following wrr^ p.iiiNMr- 
erii J. C. lUvers. J. WiUlams, R. 
Oroefehmlff and T. Daiton. 

DOimiwAlTS— Hie funerpl of 

Mi5 Mary Cros.n Dntithwaite wllL 
t<ikf i»la<»' oti Tuesday afternoon, at 
3 :<() oci-vcic. ffdin the Thomson 
Funeral Home. ReV. Peter ICpNabb 
will conduct the service. 




A ipray of dogwood from a specially fine tree at the home of Lieut.- 
Colonel Belson, Deep Cove, is of particular mtereit as th* flowers 
averaxe six and a quarter inches m diameter, and some have been 
picked which m ea sM sd aa OMwh ss eight and three-quarter inches. 
Other trees <d the saiM ▼srislf grow near bjr and all are of aTcrage size, 
which makes tfas tnt, pictnM «b«v% wm mom farterestiac; The num- 
ber ef '*piiBl^ tnt^ foor to sia 



City and District 



H<-alth Report — During th* paai 
week, the city health department 
received notlfleallair mr nine eases 

nf chicken piox, four of .scarlet fever, 
aiKl three of whooping cough. 

Five 1-lned — Five nutoriits who 
pleaded guilty to ^:harges of park- 
ing over the hour limit were each 
fined I2.M in the city poUce court 
yesterday morning. 



L Harper, Vancouver; E. 
M. RkiMMida. Vl«tQcla. and Donald 
IC. aMswart, New Weitmltistsr. were 

each licensed to perform the wed- 
ding ceremony as part of Dr. Clem 
Davlea' ■d a l s ti y. ' .* 



•WHh six of the 
nine members of the Cabinet away, 
the Prpvlnclal Executive held Um 
second meethif of the week yester- 
day, under Acting-Premier John 
Hart. Routine orders were consid- 
ered without public nnnounoement 



DAVIDSON The luiieiai .'»ervices 
for William Kenneth Davidson will 
be held in Haywards B.C. Plftier*! 
Chapel tomorrow aftmioon, at 3:30 
o'clock. Rev. J. E Bell offlciat 
after which cremation witU tek* 
place at Royal Oak Crematorium. 

ADAMS — Fimeral services for 
Wilfred "Bill" Arthur Adams will be 
held Monday afternoon, at 2:30 
o'clock. In the 8. J. Cury it Son 
Funeral Home Rev. A. ' E. O. 
Hcndy wui officiate and intermenj 
win be made In the Rogral Oak 
Burial Park. 



To Preach Today — Rev Canon 
Proctor. Dawson Creek. Dloceae of 
_^ledoola.l* spending the week-end,*'^ without public nnnounoement 
in Victoria and wU^ preach at the j *»Uowing. Hon. O. 8. Pearson and 
morning service at 11 o'clock today **• attended. Next 

at St. Marys Church, Oak Bay. i ^'^"^ "^^^ members of the Cabinet 



Condltioa Improved The cxm- 
dition ct Miss. Iila McCaw. 146 
Street, who received painful 
Injuries In an automobile accident 
Friday evening, was Improved last 
night, hospital authorities MM. 



W iadaiv^ BUada 

RENEW YOUR FADED 
AND WORN BLINDt 

l<fceeal Allowance for Yoar 4 
- Old Refl*fs I 

BsthMtes aie er fe% 'Ohm 

CHAMPIOK'S, LTD. 

E2422 717 Fort IStreet 



A CHILD'S 
PET 

T*rtMt*4lwii Gat 

■r P«t Shop, tnd M Jjnuanr Ijtt, 
p^itfl or Phone Hector Fmk, Colquitt 
P.O. PIMes Cel^slts €9. 




WOODWARD'S 



^FLORISTS 

6» PO«T ST. ^ , 



• Sf14 



WBAB HOODS IN MARCH 



were woni l)v «eveia'. members of 
the TentUe Workers' Union a* they 
marched today. In Toronto^ May 
Day pnrafie to Queen's Park, claim- 
ing ..tli« masks were to hide their 
identity and avoid diseilBlaatlon by 
Tiployers. 



CLARKE — Funeral scrvi. > ^ f.;: 
t\ajicc.s John "Johnnie " Clark* took 
place yesterday afternoon In Sands 
Mortuary ChapeL Rev Rnbert 
Wllkin,'H)M officiated- Fraiilc Tup- 
:r.,,n M-n i(M-cd. the solo, " Some Day 
We'll Understand," and th* jcOApe- 
gatlonal hymns sung ^rere "Safe In 
the Arm.% of Je.'su.s" and "Peace, 
PcrfiKt Peace.' The very large 
number of beauUful /lo<^ offerings, 
which surrounded and covered the 
cask«^, bore testimony to the jxipu- 
larity ot Mr. Clarke. Both the 
chapel and reception hall were filled 
to capacity by relathree and many 
.snrrowlnjf friends. C. ftutledpe, K 
Michaux. S. Orrlck. L. W. Cox, D. ' 
McKenzie and A. McDermld acted 1 
as pallbearen. Interment was mad* 
.Ja the Oolwood Bvrlal Park. 

OawrtMi Imsue _ 

At tit* montlUy meeting of th* 
Orenea* Leagtie, toHbe held in Spen- 
cer's traroonvs at 3:45 pm. tomor- 
row, Mtss Edith M. Gray, organis- 
ing secretary for Western Canada, 
will addre.'a the member)?. It 1* 
hoped that all members will en- 
dsavour to attehd. 

WOLF BOUNTY INCREASE 



Roof PIre* — Three roof fhws, 

cau.';lni7 but little damage, were ex- 
tuiKuL.hed by the. city fire depurt- 
m<'iit, ye.sterday. At 3 .30 p m , fire- 
men attended to a call at 407 Wilson 
Stivit and an hour later thcgpLput 
out a roof fire in a bam at the rear 

of 104fi View Street. Bsrly in the 

, . . , M, . uucciea uie uivesugauons. wnicn 

i« th< y fttu ndeda roof fire at r«nti»-H ^i.^^?— - -T-. » ^ 

virt «;tr».et - — -t^^^lted In the discovery of most of 



12« Fort Street. 



Struck by Car — Polkse were In- 
fo; tn'tie.-irly yesterday morning by 
Ptr.lip Moore, ri3 Mavs Street, that 
an automobile struck his bicycle at 
Fairfield ^Sbad and Linden Avenue 



will participate In the Dewdney by 
election campaign, followed 
Premier PatttdlOk «ho will return 
about May 10. 

Facea Theft Chsfgea— Two Juve- 
niles, both a<red seventeen years, ar- 
rested as the result ot Inve.stUations 
carried out by the Provincial Police 

!n connection with a .'^erle.s of rob- 
beries in the vicinity of Duncan and 
Cowlehaa Lake, were remanded for 
one Week when they appeared be- 
fore the Duncan police court on 
Friday. In.spector Robert 6lims 
directed the investigations, which 



the stolen property at the shack 
where one of the accused stayed, it 
is reported. - 



Dtreri Failed— Provincial Police 
reported yesterdny failure of InlMal 
attempts to identify theiflshing boat 



Although knocked to the pavement •''««»P«« to IdenUfy thejfUhing boat 
by the impxct. Moore waped with a! ^ w*t*r off Men- 

sbakinR up, Tlie driver of tho auto- ■""'^^ H"ad. .Saturna Island, or to 
mobile st€W>«d. but failed to give his fi'VihuiK from Uie craft 

iMnt. Divers actint; for the Bijlttah COlum 



BBOnCA, April 30 (Pi.— As a means 
of reduMng timber wolve« of the 
north with a view to aavlnit bli{ 
rapie. timber woK bounties payable 
in the North have been doubled 
froViylS to 110, arrordlnR to new 
regulations issued^ today by Ron. 
W, F. Kerr. Minister oT Natural Re^ 
«ources 



Knocked Dewn — While erosainff 

Fort .Street at Douglas Street short- 
ly after 11 o'clock yesterday morn- 
ing, Peter Btreh-Jones. twelve, 1043 

Monterey Avomie, was knocked 
down by a pa.wlOK motorift. Friends 
secured the number ef the maehlne 
and took th* boy hooas. Bl> was 
shaken Tip and bnilsed. 

A.^t for Mowers — Ix) order that 
all mothers attend Inf the band con- 
cert <ui Mother's Day iii Beacon Hill 
Park win receive a bouquet of flow- 
ers, Joseph North .«;tat«?s that per- 
.<vons wishing to donate fUwers may 
do AO. The flowers must he sent to 
lloa Johnson Street on Saturday 
next lo that they oaa be made Into 
boiiquets. 



bl* .Cod Fishermen's Ass^latlon. 
Vancouver, attempted to reach the 
craft, but were driven ocr by strong 
Udes. meed with the poeslblllty 
that the boat may > be the Dawn, 
whoee owner. Prn y Underwood, has 
been ml.wlng since April li, Provin- 
cial Poitcw persisted with attempts 
to clear up the 



Signal C'hanre — As a n^com- 
mendatlon of the. City Council pub- 
lic works committee, the cautkm 
bell on the traffic sUmal at Tates 
and Blanihard fitrwot.. wtii be elim- 
inated ftartlng iSmorrow; lb* ben 
will ring only once the llRht 
changes from red to green, or green 
to red. / 



Ferat Flree Starting- Aceldental 
causes led to a small fire on the 
Malahat last week in a blase confined 
to a few acres and then put out, the 
Brlthtl OoKimbIa Tor^si Branch re- 
ported yesterday. Between Sooke 
and Qobble Hill several hundred 
acres of slash were being burned In- 
tentionally by a private* concern, 
creating den.'^e volumes of smoke 
xvA\r<-<\ 1,1 the city. Though In the 
city the wesiher was cool, elsewhere 
about the provlnoe the branch re- 
ported extremely low humidify, cau- 
tioning oampers against unwatched 
pienle flies. 



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StricUy CO D 



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Unit. 



$1.99 



Bulk 
Strictly. C.O.D. 



$3.00 Selkirk Sawdust ^-u. $^00 



P 

Unit, 

Bulk 

-— Particular Customers A«;k 
Customere Buying Selkirk Saw.hist A 

Range Burners 

UiUUed FroaiJISOO y* 
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for Selkirk 
^ urcd of 



At the Sign of the 
ftavrduat Burner 



ALERT 

SERVICE COMPANY 



Sawdust 

Their Winter Supply 

FurnaceBurners 

ImtsIM ffpm $2I.S0 U» for 
• UmM Thee Oa% 

749 BroufhtM 8t 
Victoria. II.C. 



civil Marvtage^Whlls 

no member of the Vk>\ frnment WOUld 
be responsible for saying ao. It was 
indirectly reported at th* Lsflslative 
Buildings yesterday that the Prov- 
ince's committee on the British Co- 
lumbia Marria«e Act woukl have be- 
fore it a proposal for making a civU 



afternoon. Twenty of the fuccessful 
students received the award for a 
.^peed of eighty words per minute, 
nnd eight for stgty 

ftiln-ite'.'^ • 



Get ferl If Irate* - T»enty.«I|||| 
commercial student* at .Victoria 
High School received Sir Isaac Plt- 

m tn .shorth.md cf^rtificites ' frotB i 

Hnrry L Smith, principal, on Friday °"?Me eewinony obligatory In the 
th. «.e*^-f,.' I Vnfiinc9. whether followed bv a re- 
Ugloos ceremony or not. The com- 
mrttee- re i ter a ted that f t w ould rft - 
eetve suggestkms up untn May 14 
for changes Ih the eirtj«tlng statute, 
and would corisidfr nil proposals 
Coming Here Sanday— Vancouver i " mind. Dr. Henry K 

members of th* Princess Patneia's p^oui^ provincial health oficer. Is 
Canadian Light Infantry Battalion chairman ef th* committee.' 
will Jmimey to Vlctori* next .Sunday ~ ^ 
to tjik^ part m tlie b.^t'a.llon'« an- 
nual commemoration chitfch pa- 
rade. The battalion will leave Van- 
couver Saturday nl|^t and return 
SindAv night They will be, guests 
of tho Victoria memb*n at a hn^h- 

'^■1' «nd smoker 
Has 



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You II Find new 

romance in 
familiar melodies 
played on the 

HAMMOND 
ORGAN 



You'll Hardly 
BelieveYbur 




yoe lirtt k««r youf oid' 
fiverittt pliytd on thit mtqnrfi 
tent initrumcnt With it» count- 
l««i lOvtly orck«ttral «oictt * 
bringt «Mt ricli ntw qualitiM Hitt 
yoN didn't linow •xistfld is Hi* 
■ssic, Corns in and Msr it . ^ . 
^ w* see . 4*li|kted I*' SMiwer sey 



EASY TO PLAY -Especially for AOM Wll 
some knowledge ot th* piano. 

CANNOT GET OUT OF TUN«— Nefji- 

gible operating cost. 

COSTS NO MORE THAN A FINE PIANO 
— Rcsdy to play when connected to sn 
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CAPT. J. OOSSE 
'LAID AT REST 



Large Number of Frienctn Mt^-nded 
iral Services Here for 



Rayward'S ^.O. Funsral Chapel 
was fmsd yesterday aftsmesa by 

the many friends M Capt. Josiah 
OoKse, gathered to pay their last 
respects to the memory of one who 
was very highly t sspe et ed. 

.There was a profusion of beautiful 
floral offerings, which filled the 
front part of the chapel, and in- 
cluded among the donors wer* old 
friends from various pdnts on the 
Coast. . The Canadian Merchant 
Servloe Oulld. the Puget Sound 
Pilots and the Blue Funnel Line 
were among those who sent Xloral I 
trflmtfls. - ■ ■ 

The servlBSS were conducted by ' 
Rev. O..H. floarrett. of the Reformed ' 
E^iisedpal Church. Mrs. 8. M. Mor- 
ton, .nansr "Some Day Well Under- 
stand," and the hjTnn "Abide With 
Me" was sung by the congregation. 

Interment wa.s made In the family 
plot In Ross Bay Cemetery. The 
pallbearer'? were: Capt. J. E, Butler. 
Capt. J. C. Foote and Cfapt. 6harlcs 
I Har% oM shipmates ef Capt. 
oofie. and P. Strang; Vancouver; A 
Jenn and W. ■. Loses. 
' Among those who were In attend- 
ance at the lut^cra! v.. :.> nun . 
Ir-H nds and relative* whp came from 
V..;., (Mivcr to Join In according final 
tribute to the memory of Capuin 
Ooaee. who was one of the best 
kno»Ti and most hijjhly rf»Rp<»cted of 
the ."leafaring men of the Coajit 
Captain McDonald iS|wesaillSd the 
Thermop>-lae Club. 




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Interest 



Wli€i»- You Can RcHnmct 
Your Existing Mortgagt at 

Lower ' Rates and Monthly 
Rgaaymgntt on Eaty Terms 



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INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE 




AnnpuRccmcnts 



Is There a Woman whose soul s 
so (lead to beauty that she is able 
to remain Indifferent to that most 
ugly of disfigurements, superfluous 
hair? No! Ij. her heart she Just 
hates it— but fear^ which are 
. jundles*. often prevent -tmr from 
faklnR the necessary step^ to have It 
remo'.cil C '1 and .see MIm Han- 
man. Fear may be your companion 
when you enter her office, but hap- 
piness and -relief win accompany 

you when you leave 503 .Say ward 
Bldp , Victoria. Pl^nie 0 7642. 



ONK'S ROSE MANURE 

JUST ARRIVED FROM KNQLANO 
"Also a Shipment 

WAKELEY'S HOP MANLRK 

I SIND IN YOUt OWm WNHJ THEY LAST 

AAltDIN TOOLS -LAWN GRASS SEm^PHTILIZERS — ITtATI 

Sr>«ci»l; ^ IK' ^,,^,lloM 25<» 

SCOTT & PEDEN LTD. 

Cer. ftes* aa^ Cwswiset Inept aTltl 



Is Yoer Hair Bsifagirled? It takev 
a scientific Harper Method Sham- 
poo to i^moVe dost and dkndruff 
without removing futural oUa It 
Ukes a Harper Method Massage to 
circulate the blood through the 
scalp, settljy the hair aglow. It 
takes only a plicne call to make an 
appointment Plat H Wt. 



Wide ex- 

pertenre Secretarial and general 
3 IS Pembenon Building, Phones. 
Bltl3, lltlO. 

Glenalrlcy for a aeaaide holiday. 
Beautiful surroundings, home cook- 
ing, riding, tennl*. boets, etc. Phone 
or write Cavenagh. Best Sooke. 



FOR RENT 

Completely furhislicfl, u iih appointinents 
of excellent taste, and newly redecorated, 
a waterfront home, vxcliisivery littLTfo'l, 
oniprlses six bedrooms and three baths 

f»ii iipptT fl<)or, eritr, incp h-ili and larj^e 
Ii\ in ro'im, dr^i .iiul 'litiin(2^ room adjoin- 
ing and also servaiits' quarters. 

For Inspection Call 

ictorli Hones & Gardens 

Phone^V6631 — 1314 Broad Street 



o°-< rtyrs» .tnt^boT. Pow.li- 

"" M MsoT*** " — wi 

wsntBi**i ma<^ oa mm I 



ill-th.priad- 




Separate Ministry— Permls^ 

Of 4hr Provtnee to three WITNIATHSoso $1 ^ SOSO 

clergymen to perform the marriage | ^ V** ~^ M O 

ceremony in British Columbia drew^ Twewnoiw.flJO, 14.00, $4.50, t5 

atlentlon yesterday tO the fact that ^ 

pr. Clem Davies. formerly, of this n<«um »Hmt. 
elty, has '"o^iHWered a separate 

mmistry under his own naoie. Dr. cbaaA* 



t1 T5,f /voSl.50 
CM AT BMeasn rttm 

•>t\ pointi e< iMvrMt 



n's Caasdlaai Chib. Cm pre 

Hotel. Tuesday. May 3. 2 -45. Speak - 
♦•r. Ira Dilworth. Mv Dlacovery of : 

England." aoloMt. Brian asnwlck. ! 

Oroaae Heal, OilleBple Road. 
flooke-Dinnen, teas; good hocass 

to ride. 



For fin t%i Auiemobile iBsuriiot, 
■^^^ ^" ii4 liil Eifarti Cmiil 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

tttilt 74 Hetropolitaa BuUdinf^ Opposite 
PHONd E MPIIEB 7722 



The Chalet, Deep Core, 
dinners, OevoMhlie 



Chicken 
teas. 



Paisley Cleaners and Oyera tTe 

ghh 



'T>o yr,i] thlak,^iJH^ ^ happier 
wiih a radio?" — : — ^ | 

"Very much," answered Miss Cay- I 
enne You can always depend on 
U to^lntemiaLa 



WOOD and COAL 

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THE DAfty i::OLON.IST/ VICTbRiA. B.C., suypAV, 



1 . 



PERSONAL IITI&HS oH SOCIAL IHAIRPlENilNGX 

'-^ — . . . ^ • ■ 




Rju^hy Dimce 
helps Fund 
For Pic 



lyers 



The PiUai* (to ixmse attracted 
nearif aoo memb«n and frl«nds of 

th« Vlcton* Rugby Union last night 
when th« annual danc* took pi^oe, 
"Xbm aOalr telng unuited in aid of 
thf iBjukvd plmjwn' fund! operated 
In eonuMttpA wttti WC JotttOi'i 



CuitU. 



for m&ny Ir^nann abOTO tM 
year and preaented Mlaa Foubliter 

Willi a haiid.soiiK' >.:\»t rcxse b<)»l 
Refre«luiMnU were served following 
the gaxDii, vUcii w«t JUieh 



5 New Dean With His Wife and Family 



^ling floireri were uaed afUatle- 

ally In dpcoratlnn the dance room 
and on the tabiec, where later In 
the evening lupper was aerv«il. . A 
popular orcheatra pla/ed th* latest 
'%wlng" music and manjr request 
number! wpre played aa encorea. 
Several medle|n' were enJoye<^. 

Aa added fetftttre on the pro* 
Rramme were novelty dancee by 
Franc ea Borde apd vocal aoloa by 
Mlaa tfarrarec muT. popidar jRmnt 
radio singer. 

The dance was successfully planned 
by Meaara. Campbefl Forbec, Walter 
•t4pe and Briaa Toblii. mAHbert o< 
In 



CG.I.T. NOTES 



KNOK 

C.O.I.T. held a surprise 
par^ OB VMdaf erenlng in honor 
of fhrtr learier. Ml« IJIgthle Tou- 
Mater. at tlie home of Mra. D. 

Dnunaa Straai. During 
the cteb aacretary. Mlas 



Y, P. S.News 



lUmOBNCMflNATIONAL 

(Chlneae) 

At ttM regular meeting g( the 
(Community Drama Branch af the 

Chinese Canadian < Interdenomina- 
tional > Youth Forum, It was decided 
to change the name of tlaa "Young 
Chinese Players' iQulld" to t^ 
"Golden Dragon Theatre." Election 
of new officers resulU'd aji follows: 
Honorary president; Ml^s Alice Oee; 
prealdent, Mlaa Beaale Hope; -c6- 
thalrnian. Leslie Wong; Vlce-pre.sl- 
dent, Hoy Ngai; aectietaty. Miss 
Doira Lowe. Tim eaat of the '^Thrlce- 
Pl^omlaed Bride" consisted of i i 
following pie^s: Magistrate, Juim 
"Mail McLaren; attendanta, Daisy 
Lee, May Lee; bride, Ruth liee; 
scholar. LeoUe Wong; knight. Roy 
Ngai; merchant. Herbert Chan; 
mother. Dor4 H. Lowe; matchmaker, 
Beasle Hop<»; aecretary. Rebecca 
Leunp; old man. Bill Chow, director. 
Archibald McCorkindale ; businees 
and atage manager, Herbert Chan. 
Hefnalunentt were served after the 
rehMMal of the play. 



The Inferiority oomplex la like 
wealth. It would be a blessing If 

the right people had it. 





Photographed With Their Three Children in the Garden of "Bishop's Close," Very Rev. Spencer Haywood 
BUtntt-and-JtlM. Elliott Arc Shown With Margaretd-eft). Jean and Genixe (Right). He Will Be In- 
stalled as Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral Today. 



l/nUed>Preabyierlal Bseeative | ln theli' new rooms, at the home of 

The regular jiit'etlriK of the United Mr.s. MaiLsoii, il054 I'aiidora. .\\riiu('. 
Presbyterial executive was held f'ri- on Tuesday. I'he next general 
day evehing. at pie Oriental Hoine. meetmg will be held on WMneaday 
with the evehing auxiliariea repre- in. the. Hamlev Building, Brouglhton 



CANADA'S alpine play^rounJ m 
too .md fiX) n<r.ir, to mi«' 

ComeOO ajxipular. all expense tour, or 
the ocat Triangle Tour of British Co- 
luoiDb— 3 daye hj nil from Vancouver 
and Idaifa hf Heamer down the Qorda 
of (he IrtfiKlc ^ sa a p oc map over 
when you gjo Eiist. 

Gotf. swim, ride trail, hike, ro motor 
tounnL dance and canoe through the 
matyenua northern twiitghu . , . all at 
ktzurinui Jasper Park Lod^e. Rates, 
f7 « day upward, including mcali. 

Ask to. see pictures of real 
vacation life — m the world's 
lugeet national park. 
nrKiiT nmr*^, tsr OrM.uu 

Si., h«-. f > a. |»,p„,. s_. 

la .N«w WMtmlMtvr 



ALL -EXPENSE 

rjtomom 



Sh'dUr rmmA trip 
Vanoouwr to Jmtwt hv 
rwl and baclr Mnt* w«r . ,1U 
nprmti tmeludrj . . . tu k 

dan at )mpn Park Lodaa 




ar. i dvr* at jaanar Park 

l-orl«r. «i<S •■(htaaaii^: 

.2 .lav. 




» m l mg§ htgim 



Valedictory 

Wlily aia WW paatenriaing? 
Beeaaea the eity and ma- 
nlrlpal aoihoritiMi are to« 
afraid to cnint money far 
fair innr^llon. 



If wr had adequate Inspee- 
<ion. pasiearisatlon wanid 
not be tefnlred. 

(to fnr It. Ill en II ei le 

pasteurized. 

Frlces: 

H «iiarta er IB plnta for 

Ea &Ta 

PAPER 

noX •TO Hione fNilq. 1 « 



PFUNDER TABLETS 

A Kientifk coaipoende^ prhrste 
formela for |h« rttitf ef' eMtrk 
liyperacidiry, •tout itomjch, gat 
rfntarbancn, etc., when tticte 
conditioNs aiv dae fe kfpencMitr 

of fht itnmarh 

MacFARLANE 

OUUC COMPANY - ' 
Cerner DmtsUt and Jokaiea St*. 



sented. Mrs. George Ouy presided. 
Mrs. R W. M.iylipw wa.s m t:harRi> 
of Uie devotion«^ and brought a 
meaaage from Stanley JOnee' bot^t 

■'Vlrtoi inii.s Luing" on "FlMabli.'h- 
ii\g the Pra>fr Habit" Two i><)!o.s, 
"The Holy Hour and "Open uie 
Qiitea <7f the Temple " Wiere sung by 
Mrs. M. Pebemat. with Mrs. Rae 
Baker at ronipans ii.i< Mr.s. W. H. 
Muncy moved a vote of thanks to 
Mrs. piibemat for slntflnc- The re- 
port of the flnanof committee was 
given by Mrs. W. H. Gibson, and the 
presidents were requested to rrm iui 
iheir auxiliaries of the 10- cents per 
member for the expense account. 
Fifty year.s ago i his September the 



Street, at 8 o clock. 

To AddrcM Women 
Mr. Joseph Hope will address the 

regular public meeting of the Pro- ' FYante.s While, n97 St. David Street, 
Kiv^.vsive Socialist Women Comorrow on Tue.sday aL 8 1.5 p m." Reporu ol 
•iltrrnooii .Speak ini{ on "Ohina's (he provincial meetings recently 

held in Vancouver will 4>e given by 
Misa White, and devotional aervlcea 
wlU be conducted by l^las R. Blythe. 

• * * 

Rocitland Park W.C.T.l . 

Rockland Park. W.C.T.U., will 
hold a parlor meeting on Wednes- 
day at 3 pm .It the home of Mr;-,. 
J. P Hioks. 'jlT Drake A\.<MiUf .Mi\, 
I Ml ln!r)>h, a ni.s.>i'innry r«*ently 
returned from Chma. will be the 
guest speaker. Mra. J. Angus an,d 
Captain K. Nluftart will provide , the 
mu.M'nl t)!OKr;imnie 

• • •■ 



I «»u4^rj^ tiMli' po|Nilar daaoea will 

Loya^ TnA lUaea ^ 

ITie n'KUlar business nieettng of 
Capital City Lodge, No. 303, L.T B A . 
win be hald tnmnrrow evening At 8 
o'clock in the Orange jlall. Hie 
members are reminded that there 
Mill b«' :i s:."wt.'r at thi.s meetlfig for 

the gardf n party in June. 

• a • 

Victoria SabdlvlaiOM 

TiM monthly mVetlng of the Vi 

tona ^iubd;\ i.sion of ilie Catholic 
Women s League will be held on 
Wednesday at 8 30 p.m. In the Par- 
ish Hall. A full attendance ii re- 
qoeeted. 

• • a , 
Typogntphiiai W..\. 

The Woman -, Auxiliary to the 
local Typographical Union wiU hold 
ita monthly bridge party ob Thurs- 

riav at 2:1.^ ^jm. ta) 8X>.|L Hall, 

UniHcl Street. " ' 

HoUywood I^A. , 
Tfit "monthly - meeting of ■ the 

Hollvwoixl Sunday School taxtie.s' 
Aid will be h<'ld on Thursday at the 
hoin.' of Mr.s F. .W. 'Baylla*. -Robert - 
•son Street. ' • 

• • • * r 

The regular meeting of WB A. 
Review. No. 1. will be held m the 
A.O.P. Hall tomorrow evenaig at 8 
9'elock. 

• « - • — 
W.A. Pro Patrla 

W.A. Pro Patria Branch, Caniidian 
Legion, will h<4d its monthly meet- . 
int? on Tue.sday at 7:46 pjD. in the 

Kagle.s' Hall. 

• — • — , 

Veterana' UA. 

The Ladles' Auxiliary to the Army 

and Navy Veterans will hold a cour* 
whist party on Tliursday at 8 p m 
In tha eliibrooma on Wharf Street 

*^ ' * a • " ' 
Jabttee W.A. 

■nie Jubilee Junior W A will holi) 
Its nomination meeting on Monday 
afUTnoon at 3:30 o'dock at the 
Nur.se«' Home. 

• • • 

C.C.F. W.A. 

, The C CP., Women's Auxiliary Will 
day. Tentative plans were made for ] ^„ Tiit .sdav in Roam 9 Cham- 
a tea. to be given later In the Spring, i ^j. conunerce. at 2 30 p.m. 

and doniiiions were mude to otliceri, i , 

of llw .Sea Cadet Corps to a.s.si.st 
iht ni Ui |)<)ri.s were rt ( ei\rd of the 
entertainment given the cadet.s on 
the presentation of the King George 
V Cup. 

» • * 

Young Women's Missionary S<Kiety 
Of St. Apdrew's Presbyterian Church^ 
will be held at the home of Mlaa 



Navy League W.A. 

The monthly mc< iln(; of the W.A. 
to the Navy League wiis h. ld on fYi- 



froblenu," he will deal with condi- 
tions leadlngjup to thie Invaston of 
China, the effects of the war on the 
Chlneae people, and the probuble 
out<'omp "t ih.'ir pi<'*i;nt detrrmined 
resistance. The meeting will begm 
at 3 o'clock In Room SOI, Union 
Building. 

a V •' 

St. Andrew's V.W.M.S. 

An Ka.sUT thank olfenn^ .sirrvue 
was held recently under the au.spice.s 
(lr£t Oriental home was opened, and of the Young Women's Mi&slonary 
a committee under the convenershlp , Society, of St. Andrew's Presbyterian 
of Mi.ss Laurie was appointed to plan ' church irf the lecture-room -of the 

a .suitable celebration. The com^ church. Mr.s. F. W Allott .spoke on I E*a »*• Soronty 
niitue w.U meet oi^Prlday. at 2:30 | •"Visions of the Bible. ' and M»veral k-La.ii. !a 1*1 .Soroiits met on 

o'clock, at the home. The rally, | solos were sung by • Miu -Lsa- 1 Monday cvcni^ at^he home of Mis^ 
to hear the reports of the bomlnton | belle Crawford. Devotional services' Phylll\Eiliott.'Rutledge Street. After 

hoard meeting.'*. W'hirh. will take i were rondi^ted by the members Of 
place in June, in .Toronto, will be , St- Aikucw s. Junior Auxiliary, 



i nSNG^k ^^LK IS ^ 

\ — r~ — 

riRKINS— HORNK 
Lieutenant and Mrs. J. O. B. 
Horne. 1243 Oscar Street, announce 
the engagement of their second 
daughter. Edna, to Mr. Whitney 
'"Joe"> Firkin.s. .<son of Mr and Mrn. 
L. Plrkins. 1315 Clover Avenue. The 
wedding will take piace.'^quietly oii 
May 26. 

WEBB— FONTANA 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Pontaiia. Vlrd«n. 
Man., announce the engagement of 

their youngest daiiKhfer. Agne.s 
There.sa. to Charles Webb, eldest 
.son of Mr and Mrs. Prank Webb 
Victoria. The wedding will Ukr 
place the latter part of May. 



THE IDEAL 
SPRING FOOTWEAR 

'VITALITY ind 
'QIEEI QIALITr 

SlMei In H)« Latest CeitaaM 

Colori 

MUNDAY'S 

fnt noi r.l *s I^TRKCT 




IT'S TIME TO 



Pit Ynr Firs 

Away 

•at b<*« Hiem CLEANED »n4 U 
PAIMB H w mtm e # ferrisft fWM. 



GORDON FURRIERS 

Vl«tarla*t MMafMt^rtac Wmnif 

cm. n$ 
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Hj» ■ Q g-^ universe ah memoers inionaing 

• IVlaO* ia^nWAV to ioto the ottttaf are ankad by the 
_ .. ^ £^ : fwmmttfae to be at the Y.W.CA. at 



BMease ,M atV* a MWM «an»r«l and 

(Mhaieal M]ne«U<M la bo»t daurou* ol 
MMinlni ofnrtri In marcaaul* marUM 
nevlca Nominationi to eaeoUhlao 
RormJ Na»T •nd appouitmrnta u mid. 
• iiipnirn Horal Nar«l RoMrva r*«a 
141 p«r uniii tltr»« tcraii in r»M Ac* 
•I Sd a il U a U to ta laeluaift OnJy 

tt9» MiBtttod raniMi pu- 



held at the end of June this year, 
instead of in .September. The tem- 
[X'r.iiii e srcn'tary, Mrs. J. P. Hirk.s. 
gave her re|K)rt and aKaiw expres.sed 
willingnefis to speak at any auxiliary 
meeting er to forward any . litera- 
ture requested Corre.spoiidinK Secre- 
tary Mr.s. J. A. Skellem reported an 
acknowlcdKinent from Prime Min- 
ister Mackenzie King of a resolution 
protestlnR the leRWation of swe^'p- 
.stakes Rei><nt,.s of the conference 
branch meetings held in Canadian 
MetnoMkl xmufCh: irAM»E>iiVer; April 

1. were received Ml.s.s E. E Harte, 
Mr s. Vey^ for Mrs. Bryce Wallace, 
and Mrs. W H. Muncey. .submitted, 
interesting reports. Next year the 
conference branch will meet in St. 
Giles' Churrh. Vnnroiuer A vote 
of thanks was extended to Mi&s 
Laurie for the use of the home, to 
Mr.s. R W. Mayhew and to Mi.ss 
Harte. Mr.s V( \ and Mrs. Muncey. 

• ♦ 
Qu Alex Holds CImm 

T M nm mwta g of the w,b a. 

Q',1 .Alex tiirLs' Club s glove-mak- 
i mg cla.vi was held. on Friday at the 
home of Mrs. H. Barroclough. Coch- 
rane Street, with Mrs. W. Peden 
as instructress.. Later in the-«ve- 
lutiK refrcAhments were .<4erved by 
the hostess. All meipljfijai we asked 
U» aend in their donations for- the 
hnme-( ookiMu staff which is tO bf 
held on Saturday, May 7, at David 
Spencer, Ltd. The next glove-mak- 
ing cla.ss will be held on May 12 at 
the hoine of the MLsses Ruth and 
Edna Coate.s. 1120 H i< li.ird.^in Htreet, 
all .members bai^' invited to at*- 
t«nd>^ The next regular meeting wlU 

bg Mid It' the home of Mls.s Thvra 
Oaeli. 1871 . Forreiiter street, on 
MayM. \ 

** * * . 

rnlven»ily Women 

The Unucrs.iy Women s Club wDT 
hold Its final meeting of the season, 
which is alao- the annual meeting 

and a .special n.'-r i)''-ship drive 
meeting, at tlie h i ,< "1 Mrs. Mc- 
AsklU, Helmcken w < >n Saturday 
afternoon, May 7. 
be Mlaa Phoebe Riddle 
young amateur astionomer, i^hn.>*T" 
subject will be 'Our Place in tiie 
Universe" All members intending 



• « • 

Second Mile Club . . , 

The R. r ,11(1 .\iiir Club will meet 
at the home of Mrs. Cave. .520 St. 
Patrick Street, oh Tue.sday evening 
at' 8 o'clock, when Mi.s.s Parfltt will 
.show Igntern slides. Members are 
reminded to bring thf ir White 
Cross gifts to this meeting. . 

Y.WJW.S. Meeting* * 

The monthly meeluig of 



the bii^ne.s^i wa.s concludeVl, relre.sh- 
tiuius were v rved b>' the hostess, 

iis.sisi* d bv .Misse.s Bettc Clegg and 
Elsie Clarke. The next meeting will 
be on May 9 at the home of Mm K. 
Mottershead. 

, /. . 
Daaghters of Kniclanri 

Lodge PriiKcss Alexandra, No 18. 
Daughters of BnRland. will meet on 
IThitrsday in the Sons of England 
I Hall at T 30 pm. Special bu.siiif s,s 
w ill be arranRement-"? for' the annual 
the chur'ii s,'r\ire. A!t<r ' I >■ ir. i • i:iir 



Square Medc^on Aighon 




BIC'KrORD^NANCABBOW 

eiiK^mement is snnOttUOed of 
Qladys Marian, youngest daughter 
of Mrs. M. Nancarrow and of, the 

late Mr. H N^im .irrow, lO.ifi ' Cale- 
donia Avenue, to Mr. Herbert Bick- 
ford, &on of Mr. and Mrs. W. Blck- 
ford. Tod liUet. The wedding wiU 
Uke place quietly at the end ol 

WlilTM ^ (.Kl^l rH»— . 
KOWAND 

Mr. afid Mrs. W. B. Ptslrbanks. 889 

Hamtvshire Road announre the rii- 
Ifragement of they niece, Mi.s.s D-or- 
othy Margaret Rowand. to Mr. C. K 
Whltney-GrifnUur, " Metchoain. ~The 
marriage will Uke place in Jday. 



CONWAT— IITANHOPB 

.Mr and Mrs P. W. Stanhope. Duyr^- 
can, B.C.. aRno|uncc the engage;ifrnt 
of their only daughter. Jf%n/Cn Mr 
Edward Conw/»v. sin of /Mr.- A 



Conway and ihe late 



Conway. 



Victoria. The \ reddinirwin take place 
on May 35 at"|8t. Jlirnabaa' Cl\urch 



At the Hot ids 



DOSflNION 

Mr and Mr. N fi Cull, Vancou- 
er; Mr and Mr.s. R. cios**, Klmber- 
iey. BC; J. A. Fostln, Victoria: 
o M Stuart, Cadboro Bay: G Ntel. 
Old.s, Alta.; Dr. A Slnirh. New York. 
K R<^)y. E.s<iulina!t ; MUs W. Regrr 
and Muu. E. Reger, Seattle; N. J 
Adams. Victoria: Mr. and Mrs. H 
MaKen/ie Courfennv; Mr. and Mrs. 
.S. Wallace. North Vancouver; -Dr 
S S. Ostoj^out. V.U.' Oliver E 
Hawkins, Crofton; W. Cooper, 
shawnigan Lake. 



MAYFAIR NEEt>MC.ART~DE.mGN NO. M9 
A perfect crocheted afghan^jQM .wUL-flnj^ Indispenwble to keep yott 
^niiR and warm when chUly brecws jcurry through youf open window or 
tumble llghUy along the terrace or lawn. Seldom (T?rHlrflnd-» Af-^im that 
Th. Mommi^r mJii i '^J^^''^ * ^ generous spaces ol'aolld work for 

.^P"^, *^ *«*^ ^^f"*!^ -«Mh equM^ \M crochPtrd of one eolor and the colorfOI 

Joined with a simple chain stitch. 



' BBVVRLY 

W. Wilkin-«n, Comox; Mr. and 
Mra. 4. Haughton, Ottawa; Mrs. H 
Hatch.. Port Albernl; Mrs Aken 
head Nanalmo; Mrs Thorn. Los 
Angele«: C. Xlsh, Pairvtewr Alta.; j 
Mrs. Ulaa'. VletorU; Mr.^and Mrs ' 
Fotiracre, NanalmO;^ _ 

FOOTPRINTS I 



The pattern Includes ea.sy-to-understand Instructioni WtthOOt 
vlatlons, detii^l o< aaaembling squares, color suggestions. 



3 p m University graduates w ho 
are not already memben will be oor- 
duty mliamed. 

• • r 
mpettal Tateranir mJL 

The Wonwn'a Auxiliary of the 
Imperial Veterans' Anoclatton hekl 
tu montiny^ meeting m the R>in= 
ley Building. Mr. Manson. the 
praddent. was in the chair. It was 
arranged to h«\e a kitchen shower, 
tor .the furnishing of (be kitchen 



Pattern Depi, 


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t 1 1 Jm vftfeb 1 iMiapi U Mnta 









_ "Do you expect to leAv* footprint« 
In the sandA of time?" — - - 
"I did have some such idea ' said 
Senat.oT Sorghum, ."but as I not/> 
the paths of glory acattered around 
the world. I mdet adodt that the 
Koinr hm and then ■eains % bit 

mM " " J * 



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YOUR FUR COAT 

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to cheoie ff«ai. .|ed feiir 
gMrjAteed. 

$11.00 

FOSTERS 

75J YATES STIIIT 



SAFEUJAY 

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MONDAY, MAY 2 





I Flour 

SNOWFLAKE 
PASHY . 

I A dependable (loui toi S 
cske* jnd pastry, 24 -lb | 
sacks, eadi . " ' 



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ORANGES 

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LEMONS 



-DIESS E>trt Urge, 

LARG£ SIZE, doiCR. XUr; 3 4ox 59c 

15c 



Beef 

Brisket, lb. 
Hearts, lb. 
Liven 
Veal 



Veal 
Stewjb. 



10c 
9c 
18c 
10c 



BEEF 

SAISAfiE, S il. 

Round 

SteakgJb a.t ••.« 
Sirloin 
St 
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Steak, lb. 



25c 
18c 



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20c 



SALMON 

tiiik, h 

CHICKEN 

A^lmtT, 7-»i tin*, rnrh 

BUTTER 

rat Ora 
lb. I«U 

SOAP 



Dr- Jackson's I 

ROMAN MEAL \ 
\ DclicioMi, and M good ^ 

I tor yuu, pkf., 2^** ^ 



cjch 



Kiral Ora«« AUMrU araM. Bar ta 
l ib. I«U r*r n«st«t MMMari S <ba. 



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ii for ckildrta, ^ 
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28'; 



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\ cioin ckjnge. 



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2t FIJ^^ES - $250.00 



li<>tii«> economically .and coniiortably. ' TIm< 
y excellent valuf: Kvery piece choien for itv 
ell as usefutnesa. It represents Otnuine 



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Hoiirt Walnut Ind T»W» 

I Solid W'Mln'it or 0»niiin# Til« Top 

1 W»ln'j| Bimh^r • Pubmri 

1 nn» Silk Cuihion 
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On rtul.landlni Hrnua f.r lb» Xm.ll Hxm* W Aaarlmrn* " 

26 Pieces of Furniture fef liSMO 

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Atlra<ll«rl)r rarnlah Vaar 



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) Smoker 
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1 B^ro«m Ptetara 
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Used Furniture 



HOME^FURNITURE CO. 

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PRFsr.VT PLAT 
An appreciative audleooe wel 
roi e d Ihe OMy Tmiple Players vtHi 
thejr preaenled W^rr pTay: ~T»ve 



mond. Ourlaff the latervate 
lee Fostfr played eemai plsoft mm- 

W:r)n>, and candv waa *old by the- 



Veriua PollUca,- m the Strawberry Mlai^ Patricia OUham. Mom W«i-I 
vale HaU oo Ptidaj if*4ir^BaR^ and Mamt BuroiT^ * 




Social and Persona/I Have Arrived From England 



Mrs. M. A. Ijevubi. who wiU sail on 
^mtttjr 10 to vlAit her father. Mr. W. 
KoMtr. ai.MBlr* YMMd. i^lwnor- 
garuhlre, Walea, was the gtMst of 
honor at a farewell party held en 
PYul.iy evi iiin;} at Hut honw of Mrs. 
K. T. WUliaais, 2400 J>alh<MUie 
ftreet ~ Ob brttiui «t ]i«r nunjr 
WfUh friends, Mr*. Williams pre- 
aentea U> Mrs. LewiuypxiBlKJLravd- 
Um rm and » bsMitifvI e«r«ffe 

" bouquet 'jf i>ink cariiiAtlons. All 
pTfMBi juui«'(i 111 biuKiiiK "tihe'ii a 
jqUjr G^xid I't'llow ■• Mn,. K. Ma- 
m and Mrs. W. Jooea, wJao oele- 
ttrated their blrtMays on the lanw 
day, were also preaented willi lovely 
corsage boiuquAU of pmk and white 

^canuttions. tesani amusing games 
w«r» ii.'uyed. the winners l)eln« Mrs. 
B. hluMJU and Mrs. J. C. Wiilianu. 
A duet by Mrt. M. A. Lewis and 
I*. Oi^ Braas, plaaoforto selections 
bf Mrs. R. ICaeoB and commonlty 
stpclng of old favorites were mucli 
enjoyed. Supper wes served from 
^ jinmW erransed table, centred 
a lovrly cake decorated with 

'fhewaeds. "Bon Voyage," aod Joined 
br etreameka eC- green ribbon to 



loHsr fuests, -wlia — i 4a m m 4» »up- 

per. the tables bein« conlred with 
carnatlooii, sweet pea;* and bridal 
roses. The "wedding" cake occupied 
the plifif of bonor at the heed table, 
KhtA ir rt mmi b y . tail stiver 
taper.'? and covered by a^hah'd-made 
lace clot it Mr and Mrs. Maxwell 
were the rcx ipienus of many beauti- 
ful end Useful gifts and lovely flow- 
ers, ttie Invited ftteete were Mr. 
and Mrs A. Carmichael, Mr*. P. 
Reid, Mr. ami Mr.s. O. Evana, Mr. 
and Mr.s .\ ii,.iliop. Mr. and Mrs. 
D. DonaldMUi, Mr. and Mrs. J. Dick- 
son. Mr. and Mn. O. Hughes, Mr. 
and Mrs. O. HdmUton, Mr. and Mrs. 
J. McOrlndle, Mr. and Mrs. Hick- 
man. Mr. and Mrs. F. Scoley. Mr. 
and Mrs. A. Collier, Mrs. J. Uovey, 
Mrs. Kneale. Mrs. M. Mitchell, Mrs. 
J. Black-stock. Ml^s Doris McNeU, 
Evelyn ulad^one and SheUaMax- 
weU. and Harry and Victor Dovey, 
.George Smith. H. Thorbom, R. 
Wight. Jaittee McMftrttn and J 
Johnston. 

— r-~» — • 

Gifts in Huge TaUp 
Mi£s Margaret Harris entertained 

last ni«ht at hrr home on Medina 
Street in compliment to Miss JSlca- 
Inor Curtis and Mr. Richard K. 
miniature steam^s at either -Bowles, who are lo be married this 
end of the table. The friends who^|.^mh. I'hc reception rooni.s were 
to wish Mrs. Lewu a, brigJi^t with tulips, narcissi end pyrus 
journey were; Mr. O. £vaiu, I japonlca. Upon ht r arrival, the 

bride-elect received a pieiiy corsage 
bouquet of PW* Plffll carnal loas and 
ferns, to which a card bearing Uie 



and Mrs. W. Jonas. Mr and 

Mr* TV Oiu-ney, Mrs .M. E. HlOBiai, 
M. Mountain. Mr. and Mnk J. 

WMMmtvi, Mr. and Mm. J. MaM>n. 



Mn. R. Thomas. Mr. and 
•> Jaaae e. itr. and Mrs. R. 
Mr, and Mrs. W. Hill. Mrs. 
O. Joneir Mr. H. Jeffreys, Mr. R. 

Mr and Mrs. W. P. Jeune, 

d Mrs. R. T. Williams and 
LtlUan Wimama and Belea 



Party 

Mr. and VK»^ J. Maxwell enter- 
tabied at their home on Bay Street 

eo Wie occasion of the twenty-fifth 
anniversary of their weddir^g. Oanc- 
big and community singing were 
•nJorRl by the guests,* the aooom- 
patilste being Itn. P. Reid and Mr. 
A. Bisliop. Mr D. IX>nald.'on and 
i. Dickfioa entertained with song.s 
and Mn. A. Carmichael violin se- 
leetkinit. There was a jKOfuslon of 
Iteaullful Spring-flowen In the re- 
•eepttott-roonu. Coxsre were laid for 



uuhed Vanou.s games were much 
enjoyed during the cveiimg. Before 
the guests sat down to supper, a 
huge 'tulip." cleverly made of crepe 
paper In two shades of pliik and 
containing many useful gifts, was 
presented to Miss Curtis. The sup- 
per table was attractive with T>lnk 
streamer :;iid on the while cloth 
and centred with -a crystal vate 
containing pale pink tulips, deeper 
pink snapdragons and blue muscan. 
Folds ot tulle ui the prevailing 
shadet currou&if d the crystal plate 
which formed the base of the cen- 
tre piece. Those present were Mr. 
and Mrs. K. Rawnaley, Mrs Rkh- 
ard Atkins. Mrs. lEarle Palfrey. 
MLnses Muriel Palfrey. Alice D*w. 
•son, Thelma Speed, Vidi ! SwU7or 
and Messrs. Austin Brad::.haw, Jack 
Homsby. Jack Aklns, Victor Speed, 
Bill Harris. Ted Hornsby. BiU Hib- 




- — ntetocrasli kr ■■>wl Mrt. 

MRS J, C HIRRARD 
Who. with her husband and little son, Uick, arrived recently from 
England, and have been st.Tying with Mrs. Hibbard's brother and sister- 
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. H. B. Ker, Shasta- Place. During the past 
week, Lieut, and Mrs. Hibbard have been staying at '^eendale," 
Coiikbaa River, and will return to Victoria today , to talie up cfeidence 

■t The Angela. 



Ooruall 



CDI/^mAIDir 1— Sarct on Cyrrcat , 3 — Savct on Food 
Sjv« on All 4 or You Mjy Not SAVE at All gl«9.50 And Up 

Specials for Monday and Tuesday 



Sprinklers, "Cl.pp«r;'' 9Vi" hifh, 
4." bMtt sriM, 7" ^"^' l^^Q 



"Busy" Sprieliler, 7" high, with lUkc 
Sprinkler Head. 



EscJi 



Otrtr 



McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Limited 

1400 Govtrnm«nt Strttf 



UNEri SHOWER 

Protestant Orphanage, 

Cook St. 

THURSDAY, MAY 5 

^ INTiRTAINMENT lY CHILDftEN 



Tea Served— i Till 6 

DONATIONS: SHEETS '- PILLOW SLIPS 
' \ ESPECIALLY APPKECIATEO 



TOWELS 



P 



-^LL WELCOME- 



JUST LIKE WALKING 
ON All . . . 

AIR STEP 
SHOES 

<eirwH M < SI A^vettiied ie "Qooi 
HoeHkeeeieg 



CATHCART'S 



•111 




berts, John 
Harris. 

• • • ■ 

At Kin|>i<-ss Motel 

Ainoii.: I lie vLMtor-s^ to Victoria 
whp regi^tered^at Uie Express Hotel 
yesterday were Mrs. Bdna Dent De 
Long, Bpvorly Hilb; Mr.*. Hilda 
WiLson, Miss EUa M. Budd. ^ Mus.s 
Marion How. ChiUiwack; Ml.v; Ekllth 
M. Gray. London; Mr. and Mrs. 
C* Wagner. R. C. 
I lUKht^ r, Tacoma; 
.Slufiokl, Nelson; M;-s Jo.ui C'Lurc 
Ransom, C W. Hi:i.-'n fipbkane; 
Miss Gladys Reeves. £dmonton; 
Mlas 8. WoUf, Miss Elslir Kalushe. 
MLss Irene A Kalii.sh^'. Mi.ss Jean 
Cowlc. Mi.s.s Florrnre El.-#. R. Mer- 
rill. StMttk-; Mi.vi Ru;h EI Cameron. 
Miss D. K. Wood. Mrs. P. Curtis. 
Mrs. F. Broughton, New ' Westrain- 
.st.'i. Miss J McEKr.v ll, Miw Esther i •l5*^'i'?* 
M. Kinn«'y. Mr niui Mr*. G. H. 
NoAell, Miss Hn// 1 V,ir\ B\irfMi, 
Vancouver; iir. and Mrs. R. W. 
Rasmussen. H. D. aiMl J. P. Ras- 
•(rtiiSSTOT "Portland; Prrd A. Lawson,' 
W. D. Htlf, E. O. Bowie. Winnipeg; 
and Colons CSMrlea VUUeri. Cum- 
berland. , 

• • • • 

Part.T tUiJoyed ' , 

St. Mark s Hall was gaily deco-. 
rated in a /^blor scheme ol \«'llrtw 
and mauVe Idr a party given .recent- 
ly by Mlfis Jll Little and >IiSB Bdna 
Fielder. Durlnfr tn? evening gamo.s 
and dancing were enjoyed. The 
supper table wfa deoocatcd with 
tulips, narcl&sl. two colonial bou- 
quets In silver vases and yellow 
candles in similar holders. Siipi> r 
was .se rved by Mrs. Little and Mrs.. 
Fi»-idLr.( Those present were; 
MUM'i, D Bruw, D. Richdale, M. 
r^endergait, P. Ockwell, M. Jull, 
HL Grist, K. Oeorge, X. Lake, 
F. CroQltlord. P. Mundie. O Giles, 
A. Ellott. Messrs. H. Bruce, D. Bruce, 
O. Mehdale. J. Ash more, D. George. 
U Ciilp*;. A. Brown, J. Ftoiithley, R. 
Harper. R. Porter, A. Plajjair. B. 
Norris itiA J. Fielder. Mr. and Mrs. 
Crockford. Mr. D. Perrtnea ,(Bam- 
berton). Mr.., and Mrs. farvla^^nd 
Muriel (Duncan). 

Tea at Hotel 

Miss Yvonne Lowden entertained 
a numbet of "friends at the Oakbay 
Beach Hotel yesterday afienwon, a 

I ha'rmlngly •• arranged te» bein g 

served lA the lounge. Tliose Invited 
included: Misses Ray Adamson, 
I^ura Bapty. Barbara and Anh 
Hecklon, Shirley Ba.slin, Betty 



and- W alt er ^^Phylts May. Marion and Veronica 
Stevenson. Marjorle Siddall, Marg- 

arf't and Flnrence Hnrne. LsalxMlo 
Pike, Catheraie Alherlon, Alma Hill 
and Dorothy Bishop. 

Celebrated Tenth Birikday 

Mjuter :Mlohael Voveli who was 
celebrating his tenth birthday yes- 
terday, wxs tho miest of honor when 
his . mother, Mrs. V. W. Powell. 
Schaeffer and] Pentrelew Place, entertained a num- 
MLs.s Lois -M. 'her of his school friends at the aft- 
ernoon showing of 'Tom Sawyer." 
Later the guests had tea at home. 
A birthday cake with ten lighted 
pandlcii formed the centrepiece for 
the attfactively arranged table. The 
boys were Masters Bill King. Jimmy 
Helmcken. Rfichard Pateraon. Reed 
Page Clark. Llndsey Cartor. Jolin 
Alan Wilson,- Urquart 
Sheflletd. Ddvld MOoUit. Michael 
Wilson epd Peter PowelL 
t • • 

SurprUe Birthday VUlt 

Fiipnd.s and mrmtx>rtt of the 
Douglas Strpft Baptist Women's 
Mission Circle'lnade a delightful 
surprise social rlslt to Mm. A. Bea| 
at her homo. .'(20 *Bota Stre<'t. re- 
cinily, the <jC(a.sioti beiin{ her birth- 
day Games and rou.sic were en- 
joyed, after which a buffet supper 
was served. Among those pres«»nt 
wrre McsdamC-s E. Tyson. .S .\! n<>ld, 
M H.ilph. E Mackrreth, B. Hether- 
lr,;j'on. I. , Stables, A. Benl, A. Irwin, 
V. McKlnnon. H. Pendray. M. Greg- 
ory, & M. Robinson. D. Humphrey, 
and -the MLsMe MUdred anfl Oert- 
rnd»» Beal ■ ' 

• • • 
Entertain Group 

The Metrt^wlitan Ttixle grou|f 
spent an enjoyable evening on Fri- 
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs 
F. Kemiodo, 1066 0,;\rr .Stref't 



and motion picLur«>s were enjoyed 
A sit-down supper was, served. 
Kenneth Boulter, on Wiialf of the 
lu em h ew , tanked the hoeli:' ThoM 
prc.M iit included Mr. Clarke, Leon- 
ard Jonnson, Arthur Lees. Keruieth 
Boulter. Andrew Knight, Tom Grif- 
fiths, Donald Uolmoa, Ronald Bar- 
ker. XMrdon Svinff, IMrmaa Cooper 
and canilM Ooopar. 

4 • • ^■ 

Music at Tra 

A special musicai proKraninie will 
be igeientgll by the hotel augmented 
geehestra during the "flower tea" at 
the Empress Hotel on Wednesday, 
nie "rrumbers will Include: "Valse 
des Flowers," "Whispering Willows," 
■Nardaius.'' "lilga Springtime, ' 
"Nalla Ballet ttUSlS," *13«ace of the 
Hours," Trees." "Spanish Seren- 
ade." "Wedding of the Rose," selec- 
Uon to "kfeytlhie" and. "To a Wild 
Rose.^' 

• • » • 

Reunion Dinner 

The annual reunion dinner el the 
Jubilee Hospital AlumoiM.wlll be 
held at the Oakbay Beach Hotel >o^' 
morrow at 8 pm when the guests 
of lionor wiiUie Ml« Lena Mitchell 
aSiftiw graduailhg elaas ot the hoe- 

piUl Mrs C. T. O. Daniel is the 
soaal convener and Mrs. J. H. Rus- 
seU, alumnae ' presldentk- Will Im in 
the chair. - 

• • • 
Going to Winnipeg 

Capi. T. L. Thorpe-Doubble, chair- 
man of the B.C. Drama FesUVal 
Association, Win accompany the 
Beaux Arte' '■Hands Across the Sea" 
team when it leaves here on May 12 
' for Winnipeg, and on arrival' there 
»m ^ thn ■uast ^ Mr. Jl, JL. 
WUltemS. K C . and MTs. "Williams. 

• • • 
Bridge Heatem 

A delightful evening waa spent on 
Thursday at the home ot Mlas Marie 
Cast«>llo, Croft .stnrt Bridge was 
played, after which refre.shtnents 
were served. 'Those present were 
Mi^ises Olive ChLsholm, Marjorie 
Searrett. Alice' Dawson, Lily Braith- 
walfee MMl Doreen Petherhrldge. 

• • • 
Take I p R<"siden< e Here 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ross and 
their children. Joan and Murray, 
who arrived from Vancouver a .short 
time ago to make tluir home here, 
have taken up residence on South- 
down Road, the Uplands, the for- 
mer home of Mrs. John A. Turner. 

(areweU Party 

Lieut.-Coionel and Mrs. Brooke 
Stephenson entertained at a supper 
party wR^-^evenlng at their home at 
Beecher Bay in honor of Brigadier 
and Mrs. D. J. MacDonaid. who 
have been much feted before tlwlr 
departure for Ottawa. 

• • • 
Halifax VisUor 

Mrs. Trevjr Kensington, accom- 
panied by her daughter, Barbara, 
will arrive In the city tomorrow from 
Halifax on a visit to her parents, 
Mr nnd Mi 5 C. M. Parklnson, 477 
pt'.irde' .Str*M>» 



Leaving fer tjigland 

Mrs. B. Lindner and Miss C Lind- 
ner. McNeill Avenue. Oeik Bay, 

sailed from Victoria on Friday, via 
Panama Can il. f<>r Kim-ind where 
they will vLsit for a f a months. 

• • • ^ 
Arrive From England 

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wetland re- 
turned ye.sfeidiiy from England and 
are staying with Mrs. Ray El ford, 
14Sf Bford Street" ■ 

In New Qoarters 

. Mrs. D. B. }iOlden has moved from 
"Rockland Court ' to 1031 Pembertoo 
Roa<l. 

• • • 

Retams to Vanrouvpr 

Mr. ,A. S. Gbre has returned to 
Vancouver after a waek'a business 
visit hi Victoria. 

• • • 
Change of Reaidenoe 

Mi.ss Olive HeLsterman ha^ moved 
from Shasta Plao- 'o 'he Wilfred 



After a brisk business aefeion, games Apartments. 1750 Oak Bay j Avenue . 

Will Reside in Vancouver 



CEYLON ind INDIA TEAS : Bi^akM^rAiieir^om'aii. ' E>orothy 

J ""t- Campbell, Pit Craig, Diana Darling, 

incorrectly measured quant.- 1 p. , 

ties to make a perfect blend. 



Anniversary 



Of School to 

Be Obser 



T 



Old Girls' Day will be celebrated 
at St. Margaret's School on Satur- 
day, May ,7. Breakfast for visiting 
old slrla^^ ha^eanref) at tko aehooi 
at 0:30 ain.; tile reunion luneheon 
at 1:15 p.m., and a basketball match 
between Vancouver aud^.Vajicouver 
Island will be played ftl.SaS pJD., 
followed by tea^. 

A special et^itlon of The Old Girls' 
Ma^.nz.iie. to comineniorale the 
twenty-fiXlh anniversary of the 
erection of the present achool build- 
ings, may be obtained at the lunch- 
eon or from the secretary. Miss 
Prances Prl^e, Empire 9974. 

It is requested tb^ «11 meinters 
of the CM dlrls' Asaoeiatlon Intend- 
ing to be present at the luncheon 
notify the secretary, flV tnitei that, 
adequate^xiirrangemjBnta may be 
made for c aierlng. 

Weddings 

PEARSON— TIOWELL I 
St. Aldan's United Churtli was 
beautifully decorated with' tv hps for 
the marriage of Oella Viola, daugh- 
ter of the late Mr..«nd Mrs. Thomas 
Tugwell, Victoria, and Mr. Perclval 
Walter pearsMi. son of the late Mr. 
and Mrs. Pearson. Devon. England, 
which took place quietly at 2:30 
o'clock yesterday 'aflei i'joob, Rev. T ■ 
o. OrllBtha ofllclatlng.- 

The bride was Riven away by Mr. 
A. L. HiL-kliiiK. and wore a .siiuut 
suit in Duche.s.s of WiiuLsor blue, a 
black hat trimmed with matcliing 
blue flowers, and a corsage bou«|uet 
of Ophelia roses Attending her wa.s 
Mrs. U. FVrris in a SpuiUhh tile t n- 
semble, with a corsage bouquet of 
snapdragons In 'toning shades, and 
Mr. E. Freeman waa best man. The 
ciHirrii organist ))lay«d 4be em^dlnf. 
marches. ^' 

After the ceremony,' the wedding 
party were entertained at a recep- 
tion held at the Parsonage, in a 
pretty floral setting, the bride and' 
groom leaving later for SeattW. 
After their honeymoon, Mr. and 
Mrs. Pear.vin will make tbelr home | 
at Mount Tolmle. i 

Among the gifts were a Westmin- 
ster chimes clock and a Kenwood 
blanket from the former associates 
of the bride on the staff of the Oov- 1 
emment tirrntir nnrl a pnir 

of hlaiikt't.s a..>l a iji'dipread fr<>m 
David Spencer. Ltd., where the 
bridegroom is 'employed on ttalB me- 
chanical ataff. 



No Cssk Dewa— He Eitn Cmf-Takt Thnn \ 
. \. J»Ue^ ie.,N| 




Sugg^tioos for 
Mother's Day 

Wt •Kray&iPKialiBe ii itylWryMfli' 
fill QSfHMRtt fsf Mortuf'g ©iy .wfti" 

iioii. > 

SILK BRESSES 



'75 



'10''. '16 

Leiig tiMvti, ikort eieeves, (heit iscktta 
intf long costs li«e(|-«Mr the MMM WStetls l 

ti rtie drtit. \n btastffel prints, esvy, rest 
tm4 all otktr colors. Sites 14 Ie 44 

YOUTHFUL COATS 

V oeHite f C o sli i hsl f g taiw eW year* from 
your methtr, and it wifl reaiisd' her tt k«r 
yovnjtr daM. Sizn 1 4 te "44 . liUwy„ beigt, 
Msck sad aH ethgr ' 



YOBTMFyUIATl 

'l**io'5"* 



Sparkling ityles dtsignsd to 
nothor loek neie chsneiiif thsa 



PLUME SHOP, LTD. 



747 YATES STREET 



PHONF EMPIRE 5621 



MfNSBt^BBBOW 

Tlie marriage toolc place in St. 
John's Church on April 23 at 3:30 
pm.. Rev. Canon Chadwick offi- 
ciating, when Edna Eleanor, dausth- 
ter-of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Henow, 
2Mg Quadra Street, became the 
bride of Mr. Otto C. A. Menzel, 
Vanc«uver. ; Given in marriage by 
her father. tl;e bri<le wore a Rrey 
t.allleur. wiUi a pink blou.se and 
riavy blue acces.'^orles Her corsage 
bouquet was of . brklal rocses and 
Illy of the valley. ""The bridesmaids 
were MUs Lillian Rivor.<;, her .sLster. 
and Miss Jeaiuie Roy. Mr. Bill 
Anderson IMM beat man. 

In the evenlni; a reception wa.s 
held at the home of the hndc. 
parenus, thlrty-l..f ^;ne.,;.^ a".).:; 
ing.^ Dancing was enjoyed, music 
being provided by MIh Lillian 
Fiivei: , piano accordion, .and Mr. 
Jack Brooks, violtti. ,'. 

A three-tler wedding ealftlbetween 

vases, of blue forre: - me-not.s and 
surrounded with pinlc tulle, in which 
a miniature bride and Rrixini .stood, 
centred the supper table. Mr. and 
Mrs. M«n2el were the recipients of 
man> 'beautlfill and u.seful gifts. 
They will make their home in Van- 
couver. 



25 WORDS 

Wins a Range! 

7 Ranges rivcii away al s )- 
lutery FREE! Contests close 
each Saturday midnij;ht. If 
you don't win this week try 
again next. Atk for par- 
ticulars ^ tha — — 

B^ELECTRiC 



PERFUMES 

PIVERS- Florjmyr, F»Hch«. Azyrta, 

Rotiut, Mumcln 
DALCROSSE— Htart of a Rota, llua 

Lagoon, Vtndomc Narciiat, Mary 

Gardtn, l«« Her, Cbcny llosssai, 

Chtramy litrritl. 
Rag. lOc Bma. SPICIAL IN DrMk 

Vaicoyver Drvt Co. 

Yarn aiid Doeglsi ttd fm w4 



Wd 9md Men Out to Do 

Ligiti Carpentering 

y c nc M , S 1 c ps, y g ran< I as, S I le 1 v- 1 n^;, Fat iitions, AiteialionSt 
Window Scr^ehg, Ktc— «ew Worlc or kcpaiirs 



Inqtiirigg Inwitad 



r 



Batfmattt Frto 



The Red + Crou Workshop 

SS4-i JtliMM StrMt nmm IW 




Thlsbe Fletclier, Joan Forrest. Jean 
orant, Nina Orleg, midty Grant. 
Vivlenne and Antre'.a harrison, 
Yvonne Juke.^. Cl.ire King, Kvelyn 
Lcttk'c. Fraiiees Iil'-n. Cynthia 
Musgrave, Agatha MbGiverin. Belty 
Muncy. Eelin Mutiroe. Betty MiUlns, 
Jean Majrhew. I>ftplute NuUlig.'BJIvta 
Fiddington. ^Joy Savage. Naneen, 
Stephens, Margaret Smith. Mary 
Stephen.s, Barbara Sloan. Vera Ken- 
nedy Smltll, KlIeB Woodcrof t. Mary 
^onlcy and Rosemary WQUaOM. 

• • • 
Shower for Wim Worthington 

Miss Maude Worthington, a popu- 
lar bride-to-be, waa the guest of 
honor on Friday evening, when MLw 
Mary Scott entertained at her home 
on CollUrjson Street with a mlscel- 
laneoiM ahoww.. -0» her^ arrlTil. 
Mia WorOdnttoa «raa iir e wH d 
with a corsage bouquet of pink car- 
nations and sweet peas The gifts 
were concealed In a txiT prettily 
deoorated wUh p lnlt e rf f 
During the etenlng garde 
Joyed, thr winner being Ml.'« M ' 
Worthington. Refreshments were 
served froi * table centred with 
roee tolifi and ooivered with alace 

cloth The invited |««tX"T!Wnaeaf=-'' — HMT. AWD MRS. OTTO MENZEL 

M;s .T A WorUur.ifton. Mls-w-.s I.sa- j (|fea " IfgrMw ) . Wlm Wrte M.irrird Recently, Hfr«. at 

bsl Kenwarthr. lola Worthla«toa.i * Church. They WiU Live ia Vanceurcr. ; 

7 ' • ' . 



KILNCft-OOBSON- 

NANAIMO, April :10 At a pretty ; 
lii.irri.iK'e c^-reiuony in St. Andrew . \ 
! i;ni'< d Church at 11 45 o'clock thl.s 
morning, Jean, eldest daughter ol 
Mr.^jnd Mrs. A. Oordon. Nanalmo, 
beraine Hie bride of Mr Charle.s 
Malt land Kllner, .second ?^>n of Mr. 
and Mrs Prank Kilner Robaon 
Street. Nanalmo. Bev. W. P. Bunt 
performed the marriage. Miss Haael 
Meek wa.-^ tlie bride's attendant 
while Mr. Henry Nirhols, Victoria, 
acted as best man. A reception, fol- 
lowing the ce ije m ony , was lield at 
the residence w.the bride's grand- 
parents, 'Gaptatn and Mrs. D. Mar- 
tin. Holly Avenue. Among the out- 
of-town guests was the brlde^s great- 
^randmothcr, Mrs. O .Satfe Victoria. 
Following a honeymoon . jxnt in the 
Unitz-d fit^te.s,, th«' ynunt; tx.uple will 
take up resldenrf on Mllt'yn .Street. 

NK** TON— THIEBSTEIN 
TEa marriage taoa-pu.ce on April 

38 at 2 p in at 169 01><-d Avenue bc- 
twe«'n Ciipt.ain Henrieiia 'Hiier.s'em 
and Captain Richard Newton. Ad- 
juunt H. Marun officiated. Miss Nel- 
lie Creed was bridesmaid, and Mr. A. 
i J. Frewlng, best man. Mrs. Martin 
sang two solos, '"Tlie Voice That 
Breatlied O'er Eden" and "I Love 
You Truly.- Captain F. MutUrt led 
in prayer ..and the closlag.-prayer 
was nid by Adjutant Charlea Wtatt. 




Expert Dyeing^ 



SUITS, coats, dresses, rugs, drapes . . . 
anything that \X i& possibU to dye can 
be restored to a new life of Mcfuhiett by 
bur expert dyert. Pantoritfm Met only the 
most expensive dyes, so that you will never 
know the disappointment of having faded 
garments. If you are in doubt about a, 
garment taking th« particular shad^ desired 
• . [ ./ telephone ipd ask Us about it. ' 





905 

Fort Strttt 

(Cor. of Quadra Strool 

Enipifg 7]|5_ , - 



SUrr Vnur Mint'r ( Inlk**" WUk B^frlf 

Elkays .Molli Fume OywIaU 

Urv»r Th» m'ox diMipprari Ttrj ouicklr when larnienta 
■ r« PTponrd to frcih tlr 

lU ^mf^— I'M W.\kmr% Ifalh Crr>(al»— 41l<* Tl« 

I,,:-,., n ' 1' ■'1'- Fxi'"''. Nupi h\ ■>•;•;» S'ii « '•1, Mr>l,h BlIU 

OWL DRUG CO., LTDe 

CaasMTWrxsr. tMMrtsa see Mv« i rHBi b till 




by a member. The branch has 

underUken to take charge of the 



Aoglicai Ytiif Peopk 



It joha't 



ST. AI.AA.V .H 
Tlie ai.i. ial nu ' ting and, ejec tion 
of riffiror!! wa« held by 8t. Aiban s 
' A Y.P A. on Friday evening m the 
pariah hall. Reports were received 
from the treasurer and Local Coun- 
cil reprenatfttlve. The meetings for 
Mtty are m feOows: titay IS. 
My«ter^- NiRht. May 15. Corporals 
Oommiuxkm; May 27, ttf be arraafad 



the T in h Sundairln the month at 
the evrnffif WTffee. Thf rector 

loe cream »Dd solt drints 6iall at hadmtoton waa ptayie 

the Ht AlMn'l fgW Jhg yearly re- 
port.s nere read 4nd th« foUowing 
officers elected: Patron, Ret. F. 
Comley; honorary pre.'jldent, Lenora 
Trirkett; prr-sUlenl, Walter Hamil- 
ton, vice -president. Marguerite An- 
derton; secretary. Audrey OlbfK)!--;. 
treaslireit. Jack Gentry; programme 
conttner. Maude Deane*naemaa; 
•or la I convener, Vera Oit>bon^; mls« 
Blpnary convener, Muriel Purdey; 
c or rtapoadeaee convenf r, Lilian 
Knowles; loral council represent- 
atives. Munei Purdey and Marjorle 
M' Dougali. These officers will Uke 
over their positions oommenetng In 
September. 

ST. 8AVIOIR 8 CLI B 



by the member*. 

ST rM \:n 
The weekly meeUng of St. Paul'g 
A l^.F.A. waa hsM an Wadnaedayit 

lifter whhh further plari.n f'lr the 
coming concert and play were dis- 
oused. r u MW- aat play.. "The 
Battjroom rv>^»r " and ronnert m ill 
ba held in the itcx lliralre. Esqul- 
malt, on Tuesday at S is ^.po. 



At a meeting of 8i SavliMir'e 

Younii Prv-fplf a C'liib. heW on Friday 
evening, plana were made to hold a 
dance next Friday. Mr. O. Rei.vni 
superrlsor, spoke of having a Bum- 
mer outing for the clUb in^the near 
future It 'l"'.idefl that the club 
fhinld atuod church la .a ^n6t m. 



DEAFENED 
de not delay ""^ 



yoot problem harder. Pear 
fifiha of an deafened persons - 
m ay re ga i n it r al n - frce, nn- 



embarraase*! hearing -of re- 

markal le clarity witli n' » 
Hone or Air Cr>ndu' ti-^n 



AcMitlicoii iMtHvto 




ft.. 



THE DAILY rOT.O\T<^T, VTCTOKIA, PC. ^T^NDAY. MAY 1. 



9 






INCORlPORATEO MAY t67Q. 



BOYS! GIRLS! LOOK ^« 
CfMi« for Your BALLOON 

1mm . Wt a<t flvMit Mmm a««|f (• diiM>M mcmh* 



268 Years of Serytce . . . 



ToHMrrow, Mjy 2, wc ctl«krat,t Hm 26IHi Aiiiitf Miiary '•f Hm fwn^iiif •# Mm Nm^mii's lay Company. 
1 n tvant wMiMt pirdM fai Ilic khtory of mtrcjntiU corporations Hit worW ovtr. 

iarlr in ila aiyariMca, riw CMapaur tmtmi fl«Ml MwcliaiidiM to k« invaria^ lh« matt HiiifMtwy* 
Qmii Ikat M. t* ka traaafoftad graa* 4iata«c« a«4 iM caar af icanyiac w<«l«| fdMat" ■■wt 
VH iMTw «•% M llw iMMpartaHaa a« 



ThMa la«t di i aiad, tet m < aaply plaiitaJ «aa tha CHStaai. af piircliaaliif anly riia kaat Hiar H kaa , 
btcoMic i«cond nariKt tvtn tr Hii> 4ay. tni accaaatt la %.mtikt4 i nwi, far Hw cawHddyca Hba 
paklic has ia "lAY " quality marckaadiaa. ' ' ^ . i 

TaMMw m 'aalafcfif lacafyaraHAi iay ia ttiia fraal aaia vith HumimIi. af tiadittaiMi ^lAY"! 
at 



Special Annlvorsary 
L u n eh oowl Hll^ 

A TiMl Mm \)Flala W« 

A tumptuout Turkey Luncheon will be iei«<d to- 
morrow, trom 1 1 BO to 2 30. m tkc VICTORIAN 
RISTAUIUNT, faartk flaar M till lAY. . 



Incorporation Day Quality Specials in tbe ANNIVERSARY SALE 




3-DAY SALf I 

Women's Better Quality 

SUiTSandCOATS 

Reg. 29.50 OCCI 



righr at tht height of tht Spring 

fitted coats . . . 3 piece suits . . 
. . all reduced QNE-THIRO ot their 



Look •» Hitfl for -value . . 

season' Casual coats . . 
•waggcr and novelty suits 

original prkt. ' ' — ^' 

Dark and Uglit thados in imporild woollens . . mixed novelty 
tweeds . . . fine woollen crepes ... All the moif Mitli«Rtic stylos 
for Spring, with latest fashion details. ] ' 

Ckowt fovr MivMiMl tlylo . . ; iter protoiif woar and HireygNvt 



Rag. 



IXAMPLES Of THI SAVINGS _ 

............ .•!».•• lag. $39 50 tor fSS.S« 

Kaf. |454)04a»..- Hi:to.oo 

Coats, Fashion Floor at THE BAY 



OUTSTANDINO SALl VALUE IN 

Exquisite Fur Neckpieces 

LAMADOR MINK YWO SKIN SCARPS-REG. $98.00 

Fashion decrees a fur neckpiece, so choost a luxurious mink . . . 
rich, smooth, glossy and so flattering . . . The perfect accent to 
your foit or coat. Individually selected pelts, porfecHf matchod 

and made up to rigfd specifications A 

truly splendid opportunity to secure a ^"^E M 

fur, Neckpieco at m mnmially low prkt ^0 1^. ■ ^0 

Hn» Fackioii Floor at THE BAY 




Imported Chamois Gloves 

MADE IN FRANCE 

A imart coitume accent! Soft, pliable skins in ever popular slip on styla 
. . . tasily taundoed and idoal for Sttmmer wear. 
White and natural. Sizes 6 to 7' 2 Every pair 
porfict . . . every pair outstanding valiie at, pair 

r,i, r,<k,^n Floor at THE BAY 



1.59 



MISS ANNE SNYDER . . 

Spacial KprMaatativa for Vita-Ray Toilttriti, will b« with u\ in our Toilctriot Deptrt- 
mtnt alMTtly. Watch far farriiar announcamant 01 phone in. ,)«f ,,u 



3-DAY CLEARANCE! 
WOMEN'S, REG. $14.95 TO $35.00 

nDCCCCC Afternooir, Evoning 
UnCdOCd or f or Businoos ~ 

Advanced Spring Styles in better 
dresses, beautifully cut and finished 
to porfoctioit in every detail. Dainty 
sheers, crepes, "combinations of 
print and plain fabrics in the day- 
tiMt iNOdoIti Ptfltd taffetas, 
figured silks, lace satin, sheers and 
crepes in glamoroul styles 1 for 
dinner or dance.' Dolnot fail to see 
this wonderful selecl|ion of mpdels, 
and chooit one or more for your 
Spring and Summer wardrobe. 



BEACH RANGES 

With Wator Front— SfMcial PHcm! 




Yaa are aaaarai af compltta qokins, bakinf and baatinf 

latitfactioii witfi a laach Ranga. Taka advantaaa af thcaa 
spcciji Annivtrury iflt pricai $mi bay NOW. NOTE: 
Special trade in aHiwafa af Mat laiB than $10jOO far 
y«tt« old ranga. 

PUtCHASLON TNI lAY" DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN 



BEACH "MANOR" RANSES 



REGULAR $93.50 

* High Shelf 

* Enamel and Nickel Trim 

* Special Warming Closet 
— Uiidtr Ovf „^ 



79 



50 



BEACH COMBINATION 
COAL AND GAS RANGE 
^Xy>,n May B« U»«d Witli Coal or. Oai. 

• All Enjmcl finiih. 

SPECIALLY PRICED 

With w»t^r rxi 



128.50 



BEACH SUN -.RAY RANGE 

• Hiqii Sliolf. 

• AH-lMMai'FMMiik ' 

• Armco Ryit-'Resitting Ovan. 
Spaciar 

BEACH COMPEER RANGE 

• High Shtit 

9 Enamal and NickyI T/iai.. 

• IS-lach « 
Ovan 



90.00 



....-...._.«.... 



59.50 



BEACH UDY ANNE RANGE 

# All Enamel Front. 

# Wjrming • 

Cloiat h ...J...„v. . 

— Wiui FMor VVaat 

REACH MANOR RANG! 

# Higli Shalf. 

# All-Enamal Finhb. * 

# H«i»y Firtbacks 
Spacial Warming Closet 

Uader Ovm 

with H«l«r Fron 



82.50 



Wttk WHtar' rrM* 



BEACH COMPEER |IANGE 

• Warming Cloictj ' 

O Fnainel and Nickal Trim. 



18 Inch 



with Whl«r rrant 



75.00 

I 

HALF4^RICE SALE 



.1f5.00 



EXTRA! 



Each ranga complatt wiHi tima clock< fin- 
ished in ivory and black to mfteb ranga. 
Srt vour clocii for the rteawail Maie, and 

go ahead with your worV 



Salo of B«ttor-Clms FurnituroJ 

4^mico Walnut ^ ' — 



BEDROOM SUITES 



198" 



ei».M omi 



Make your bedroom beautiful . . . a room 
you'll be proud, oi . . . with one of tjitio 
magnificent suites! Exquisitely 'matched wal- 
nut ... all dustproof construction . . 
manufactured by one of the leading nukera of 
better ^furniture. This suite consists of: 
Chiffonier with 3 large and 4 small drawers, 
Vanity with kidney shape top. Full Size Bed 
with neat trimmings, Upholstered Bench 

Semi-Modern Twin 

BEDROOM SUITES 

An Anniversary Sale value that means savings — 

built-in centre. The vanity of this suite is 
outstanding, with a large oval mirror measur- 
ing 36 inclMt wido .v. 48 inclios liigli . . . and 

seven draweri . . . large chiffonier . . . uphold 
stered bench and two single beds. On sale at.... 

9-Pioco Modorn Walnut 

DINING-ROOM SUITES 

Rogular $22S.OO _ 

Dining Suites of unquestioned good taste ... »^ 
styled in a graceful semi-modern manner and 
offered at this specially reduced price for our 
Anniversary Sale only' 60^nch buffet with 
large cupboard, large drawer space; full china 
cabinet, extension tablo witli large folding 
leaf, 1 arm and 5 side chairs with scats mp- 

bolstered in bone white and panel back.T 

Furniture^, Fourth Floor at THE BAY 





198 



Ranges, 



Tki^d^f 



Floor THE lAY 



OF 



COTTON FABRICS 



A grand assortment of Summer fabrics, including suitings, pique, printed percales, 
spun rayons, soorMckon ind Ikaircords. Start NOW to sew your Summer wardrobe 
onjoy tfiOM wprtli-wliilo stviiiflt. 

# Rag 39c, gQ*" R«9 g'g^ ' Rag 69c, 

Yifi Gaarft, Straat Ploar at THI lAY 



Raf.l«c 
yd. 



10* ';"^.16• 



Be Down Early for These 

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find them to «aiy to keep clean Buy NOW ' . . . ami taka a diaaSaaa nf ifcoM ataeial «m 

Shop early! Limited quantity only 

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"■•M > . . ■iiiafciiTf ■ciigpi, ano you ii 

taka adMntaaa af tliaaa a^acial tai'lngt! 

Sua 6.0x9.0. Q QC Sizo 7.6x9.0. A Sua 9.0x9.0. C 
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Made in a generous length for a good tuck-in. Fully bleached 
cotton ... free from-drttsing. Size 80 s 99. Yoa'N W ^ QQ 
jimral p»in at this jpocial^iiiYtrafirjr^^ ^gm m 



St^ Stroof Floor at THE RAY S'IS^.X^'y'S; 



sita 9.0 1 10.1 e cn 

Rag. $795 O.OU 

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Specially purchased for this Event' Good 
range of imart designs, including horizontal 
itripti '. .. . and all pepalar colon, 2^Q^ 



Site 9 0 I 120. 
R«g W95 



7.50 



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lovely designs 45 mchai wida^ 4 4 Q 

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Carringi , . *. Scacalati ... in acintiiUtinq 

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single and double affccti. Buy tkam t"r vour 
owa uaa ... or as dainty gifta.-Sl)ae- QOtf% 
aarly tar t«tt choice. Each . WOU 




Special ^vings on Fino Quali^ 

LINGERIE 

fi"f^aality silk and Bamberg Lingerie . . . daintily styled to please all tastes 
Mely embroidery or lace trimming? You MUST see this eiciting selection 
y^^,thr|llad with thair fina quality and finishing . . . and tha low pricM will 
re thaaaa aeveral eiacai far eretant and Saaimar waari _ 

^YMMAftr—Saiall, m,^,um bANCC SITS. 

■ lo 9 no *'■*"" ■"<* 

large largo 
PANTIES. Small JCf^ GOWNS. SmaV, 
large . I wU madium, iarfa.. 
Catan af Taa Rata and Whita 

Lingaric, Fatbiaa Flaar at THE lAY 



SLIPS 
Sizas 



32 44 



2.48 



. with 
you'll 
anabia you 

Small, me- 

1.28 



Remarkable Value In 

WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES 



Vahiat tfcat you cannot afford to miss' This \n 
son's very newest and smartest styles in Imen, buck 
and calf pumps . . smart ties, plain and bow 
trimmed . . blue gabardine pumpt with white 
trimming. Jyst what you'll want for Sommtr wear. 
You ittutt Ma this outstanding gro«fr~-t«~f«Sliia 
Hiair avi^ant vahia. . Sitat to 
9, AA ta C. -On— aala at, 
P«ir 



gro«fr~-i«~ffSiiia 

3.98 




SPEOIAL! r 

MANUFACTURKIirS CLEARAN 

NO PHONE OROmS 
Of EXCHANGES 



WOOLS 



Thrifty shoppers will be down bright and early for first chakal This 

group includas mucb bighar-pricad wools, such at: 

Frtncb Twtad 4- Ply Fingering 

Andalusian Cracbat Wool m m/^ 

, , . . 7. PI. 7.»kwr ■ ■ ■ W 

Silverthread 



Wonderftil color ranga 
prasaRt." Ml — 



2-Wy Zephyr 

Heather Mutu'fs 
, . a real "Birthday Sale 



10 



Superior Imported Woolo 

Sylvan Crepe lazella claudia 

ic 2 01. 49^ 



19* 



Regular 25c Sktin 

Eipartly t^n wool af fine guality 
in shades of Wbita, Roecani, 



"^eaiilar 30c' Ox. 

Beautiful, well spun imported yarn 
f'-r Inittinq better garjyienls. 
Powder Blue, Copenhagen felua. 

White, Old Rosa. Coral, Yallow, 
Reseda Qraen. 





an- 



loflland** Lee^inf Wbman Author of Ttirilen 



CHAPTER XV 
f^tftl tor Qllea to heaiUte. but he 
did— «Imoat but not quita imper* 
ceptlbly. Then he- came In with a 
fay "You would tia tha last to hear 
about It. It s tlip most idrtvpIoiu 

teie eii the Cabinet secreU tone „ 

dMli llie'^rir^lii. end your^ tbe hand | biograpby 
that loos<»d fhfl pluK' " 

Aigy threw beck I 
laugh«d. It tenir till eB he 4mew. 

but quite aitr^dnily tn |he middle Ot 
U ittere came a stninge ruahfnc con- 
viction that hn waa Roing to ronvc 
out on topk He UnkM hla erm with 
Mary Cre8ter^MKlaeld.*9Urv«lMail 
Toot Monty— hM OM bnkaa tt 
lo hira?* 

Unda httBff enectiomtilf - m bla 
•ttMr arm. 

"Dariinff. will lig have V> coma to 
ae^ you «ivii' In tha front row 
With aorad. Ha U alinply hate it— 



Hotoe 



I suppose h«»'ll ha\e to 
Secrciarles do, don t theyt'** 

"TOO much ImagtaetioD. my dear," 
said Alfy. "Go and write a dtaM 

novel," ^ 

Unde sho^ heir head. "No. I'm 
|otnc to tlo an anaoymous auto- 
You know. llaUce in 
Mnyfair. or Ve^ aad Yenom, 

or • , . - 1— 
"Usplngs tA a Uar." eeld Oiks 

rudely 

-Jmlous!" said Linda. "He WOOt 



be Jrr* louse about me. but he d hate 
me to wrlta 4 boo|(— wouldn't you, 
#rllftt?" 

"Well. I ll hiv.p to settle np for the 
llbet acUon. And U you don't atop , waa belnc placed in a poaltloa which 



and shut nKaln. Hie maid 
nounccd. "Lady ColesborougTi 
Mr. llooeter." ^ 

Sylvia came in without hurry. She 
wore a pale Kold (rock She had a 
radiance. The lights shone on-her. 
Cyril Brews^aO. thin, dark, and 
earnest, fol)mred her into the room. 

tilnda .sur\pyed him with <:';rii'-t<e 
"Oh. L^nda darling! " Sylvia kissed 
^ftor do* ■"liopo~~yott — tfon*^^wiiiMi , 
but- Franeli eou klnt com e. Ho trot a 
telephone call— from BirmlnKiu^ui. I 
think— they're ^nerally frojjr'Blrm- 
ingham— end he had to^rdwi off. I 
do think' being In busirfeaa la a bore. 
But, dnrllnp. Im tifr.ild r\> made 
rather a muddle. becaui>e I'd written 
you down for tomorrow, so I was 
Bioing to dine with Mr. Brewater, but 
when Francla aaM he couldnt eome 
I„ remenitwred — you know how ona 
does all of a sudden— ao I thought if 
I hrought him atoof tt iMUldh't put 

your (hble o«it.* ; 

Mr. Brewater k>oked decidedly un- 
happy. The soul of correctness, he 



slmpljf brought him 
husbahdr 



In. -.tend of her 

And now^trapiwared lliai 



her hu.'band 
pitiiT I.adv 
way.s* kr.own 



hadn't been asked 

Coir .horouirh had nl- 
he was gouig 



"You s;m(! "JO ilor.i: .Svl; - 
you know \oii did," said Linda, with 
nn ed«e on her voice. Because really 
svlvi,i w;i>! the limit, end the table 
roulf) ju.st be got to hold eitrht, but 
iloIlmi«li- woul'ln't take rtiiu- Well, 
It had to— tttkt was ftU. And any- 

"NERVES"" 
SHimLED IT 

Loaiag lalaroal- 
loaiag friaada— ahe 



how 
food 



It would make a frightfully 
story, Svlvln trailing in about 



aaora— alvaya loo 
HrML "NarvoaL** aha 



w a Wtig tore toJUtr I tf>»n mtS^ jift mepdw tt net MtvOly te 
Iviak hla head WiaaMp,ymar<itvaitB rorrert The lady'a husband had 
arrive.. .Behave I" t>ern jw^ked. He was not the lady a 

"Itn to CfdaehnWHHtl." a^d husband. Far from it He had met 

Unda. * Iher only thiee tlmea. and ihe 




fewt urn ec tfteTilai 



kiia n |1il> m y m choiee: aha M 



, el her bleed, thai 
nrvdtd tllenlien. 

I IMay Hinffv. 

SIm Hmk I >'v.i,) t |Ci<lnry ruia al ettta, 

Hm imtvoTvH •rtMfi nl Sot ki^yi hajpiM 
la rU»f mmtt U«.>H ivpairrfMa and 

aride.. fabrM, baidacho, kgahadi 



twenty minutes lata ti;lth that awful 
stick Cyril and a^loglzlng for 
to be ' hadn't been asked. She 

pushrd a.slde Cynl'.s painstaking 
politeness with a laugh.' 

"The more the merrtfA-, and if 
there Un.'.V enouch to ko iound. a 
shall ba Ollea. Or he and Aigy can 
take it ty tnma. Iliera's golnf to 
be too much of both of them If they 
don't watch it." 

Amid Indignant protests the door 
opened. Food bacan toi oome in. 
and they aorted themaelvea. Tbe 
table stretched, as table,? do. and 
tnere was plenty U> eat, as there al- 
ways was in UndaT houia. She 
adored food and could have lived on 
cream and potatf>e.'» without ever 
putting (>n a qu.irt<T nf an ounce. 
Oay.-racketing uik went to and fro. 
The red-haired girl, whoee nam* 
wae Muriel, told \htxa she had been 
staying in a nudist colony and hod 
~Trtt an urge loward.'s crlnoilness and 
Urge VlctMlan ahawla ever cince. 
•he .«ai wMftagi * j>(>*^ now, 

bright green and Spanish, and her 
very full black UffeU skirts swept 
the floor. OOee' friend with the 
% looked moody 
Hie name «l«a 



I Cedrlc, and his Infautuatkm for the 
lively red-haired Murle] had reached 
a point at whlrh It was a fiery tor- 
ment to tiims« ;f and a source of ex- 
treme boredom, to every, one el.se. 
Muriei'i reactions those of the 
eternal feminine— a de-slre to prod, 
to poke, to stir the fire, and drop 
freih fuel on the flame. Giles waa 
hating her, and Lindl daspising him. 
The talk leaped flashing UTend fro 
from' pointed tongues. 

Nobody aald anything more about 
Aigy. He was grateful, but he 
wondered whv. di... rrnlng ultimately 
a queer substratum ol loyal^ that 
doaed the ranks— and the tongues 
—against the outsider Because 
Brewster— well tjirrf l,e wxs. ju-st 
Brewater, Montv'.s Uida.sirious ap- 



TWMAtE 
RALLY ON JAY 8 



Vsrtoria Distrirt Vnath , C'onncil 
Make Iftans for Gatherlag tai 

no pikfii 



torla and DiatHet Youth ~{!o(Svcir 
delegate to tha National Youth 
Contcre.sn In Toronto next month. 

The rounril will 
Thursday. May 12 



meet ai^iiln on 
when ttie dtp" 



' iMftloft wUl ba e e ntr a d -^ the re- 
;>'^>rta'Of the delegates who attended 

'iio frrr/at/er Vancouvf-r Rtid Now 
Westminster Youth Congress, held 
In Y» nee u »er reogntlj. < 



WHO said dog didn't eat dog7'^Wait 
and see. 

r coBtunadi 



A m wung of tha "Victoria District 
Youth Council was held in tha 
Y.M C A . on Thursday nlg^itjrivsn 
Idans for * peace raOr to be held 
la Beaooo Bin Park on Wmdaerr — 
May 8, were discuiised. Nigel Moifaa, 
the president, was In the cbelc 
Speakers from the Mlfdsterlet Aa> 



prentice, not qiate one of them- _ ^ , ^ 

aelvee. Alfy wSoM be thrown onii^**** for |»e«!e Mid 

to nis own xolf park to rend. And D«no«recy, Tredee and l^bor Coun- 



Moonuf nuon>T 




*^e now have t|ke 
AasodaUon ' 
"When we wtre klda ea» 

hs"' t>o ftjce aj Wr 



cll, and several others will Ukc part 
In the rally, It was said. 

A ways and means iinmiMlia «w 
elected. und«T the conveners hip of 
tha treajrurer. Grant Patterson. 
Tltoae namert werv; Mlaa DOfa 
Hop*, and Medlsrs, R, Metger. T. 
dldn t I Robertson. N. Butler and C T. 
as ' Mon*)tr)mer> 



"AU'Sooke Day^l 
ToBeO 



Lb 



"AU-IIOoke Day" will ba held on 
Wedneaday. July 13, according to a 
oammtinieattaB from A. F, Brown- 
sejr, eecret*ry of tho Sooka Com- 

mtinlty Aaaoelatton, which reached 
the efflee or the Tletorla and Island 
Publicity Bureav jneaterday 

. lids ^>7 b ait Mda by the people 
oC Sookt dlstrieC Tor the purpor^.* of 
giving everyone on Southern Vnn- 
oouver Island a day of sport an4 
an oMlihc in thv 
It terrain of Sooke. he kuikS. 
A large crowd la expected to wlt- 
nena or taka part In tha 



n^l Morgaa.wes atacted the Via- 1 ttnrUt^ v^wkit afato 



. ♦ 



.y-. 



:THE DATT/V^^LO^fiS^W^e'PORIA. B C. SUKDAY, may 1. 1938 



—I yr- 




Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 



Mrs, Curtis 
Re-elected 
At Meeting 



Mr*. PiitrkU Curtis, Now Wes.t- 
'mtii^m, wu re*«Ieeted regional di- 

rrrtor of Soroptlmlxt Clube for 
Western Canada at the regional con- 
ference hpirt yesterday at the Kin- 
prew Hotel. liAu Cstkcr Kinney, 
Vsneouwr. Wm re><lected reglot>al 
treasurer, and Miss Doria Atkins, 
Victoiia. was re-cU'Ciod ri'Kional sec- 
reUry, Mrs. Hilda Wii>on. Chilli- 
wack, and Mrs. Fred H'ibt n on, Vic- 



torlsir weiv bIiomb BBSflubcn^at* I 

large. 

The bubine&s ttciiitlons were de- 

voted largely t6 plana tfwlhe bien- 
nial moetinR of the American Fed- 
( ration of Boroptlnilit Clubs In At- 
lantif-City this Summer. E)fan Bol- 
lert. Vancouver. QUOIited deUU4 lor 
a peacp plan, which will be discussed 
at the convention. 

The .functions of Venture Clulis 
and Itlhior croups lirese discussed. 

In the evening the ninnbers gath- 
f red In the private dmlng-room iv 
dlnnar. whera.tha local cl\)b meni- 
b* rs acted 'as hoateMes. The tables 
*ere beautifully arranged with bowls 
of blue iris and yellnw tiilip.s with 
RFparagu.s fern, and charming little 



• ■ : ! 

cud. m.iM th. RlM « -m\i^hedral A.YJ'Ji. 

After dlimer, Mr. A. S. Denny en- 
tmrtelned the members with a most 

>nJosfW>le thtvelogue. Uluslrated by a gay crowd gathered on Friday 
mottop pictures, which ha had teken evening at the A O F. Hall for the 




Hat Anmud Dance 



during the ooiuve of a world tour 

The visitors from the Mainland 
will be taken for a drive to Shaw- 
nlgan and Cowichan today.. . 



SCHOLARSHIP 



St. UMiMl^ OM leys' AppiMiatiM Satoter^ 

Value $75.00 Per Annum 



Examioafion May 28 af 10 A.M. 

Ijries Mij^tZJ- 




K. C. Symont, M.!.* St. Michaers School 

OAK BAY PHONE G 6050 



GARDEN WEEK 

FEATURES 

WtPNtSdAY; MAY 4 -G<rj«a Weefc Sp«ci«l Its. 

TMUISOAY. MAY i (I JO ri4.)-4«ct«re. "Al^iaet ef «lM 
Nsfthwesl MewiUm Arci," illM»rs«s4. Tickets >B#. 

MOMPlAY. MAY 5 ^I JO >JwH^Jl,tetew, "W^terw Gi^ — 
dent and Gardentn YoN ' SkoiiW^ VsW," Mmttttti. 

Tickets -•"><• ' . ' 

TUESDAY, MAY 10 — Dinner' Meeting, 6:30 P.M. Ticket < 
9t.MB. 'Lectare, tJO r.M./''Gsr4sas ui fhmtn e( 

EMfRESS HOTEL 



BRENTWOOD COLLEGE 
SCHOLARSHIPS 

An Eximinafioii for Entrance H^olarships Will It Htid at tht 
Colltga on May 26, 27 

For ^«rt^culan Apply to tht Headmaster, Irtntwoo;! Coitcgc 
^ ^ . (Nht Victoria. |.C.) 




DO YOU WAIT? 

or do you have a WhitehMd 
automatic Gas Water 
Heater'? 



YOU CAN^MAVE ITS LUXURY 




This comfort can _ ^ 

honae and is easily within th^ tcich' 
of th« limited budget. 



YOU CAN HAVE ITS COMFORT 

You'll quickly tgrco thert's "nothing 

hke it." 

YOU CAN HAVE ITS CQNVCNIKIiCE 

. " Ahsolutely automatic, n9' st^ntioii i» 

„ ncccaaarj whataotvcr. 

YOU CAN HAVE ITS ECONOMY 

. . " - . * ' • 

Only 50c a raoi|th rtntal and ^pmtiiig 
1^-, coott on • Ipw gu riito. ' 

Phcna Q 7121 for FuU Particulars 



B.C. ELECTRIC 

GAS DEPARTMENT 

PHONE G 7121 



annual d-ince of the Christ Cliu.'"ch 
Cathedral A.YJ».A.. which attracted 
nearly s66 members and Mands. 
Leonard Dixon, prt .Mflont , Of the 
Young people, and H«;rbert Clague, 
chalmuui of the danCe committee, 
welcomed the fuas^ upop thaiir ifr- 
rlval. 

At 41 p.m. a stt-xlown supper was 

served, under the able direction of 
Joyc* , Dixon. The dihlng hall was 
attractively de<orated witU Uie col- 
ors of the A.YP.A. Blue and white 
streamers were strung* over the 
room, and the tables were decorated 
in the &ame manner with bluebells 
andirlittd narettsl in.tha table cen- 
tres. 

- On the .return of the dancers to 
the Victoria Business and Profes- ' the ballroom, balloons, streamers and 
sional Women's Club and the Junlbr [confetti were throwit from a bal- 



Entrirs for 
Display Are 
Interesting 

Fifty-four entries have ^ been re- 
ceived for the decorated tablr dis- 
play to be held on Wedne.^day aft- 
ernoon In the ballroom of the Em-i 
press 'Hotel,- under the • auspieea oii 



w.A. uf lUi ■iUyai.JUMlee Hosptui.rcony to the dancers below. Med 
Among the International fx-'ley-s, minuets and barn dances ill 
hibitors .will be. Mrs. F. P. Bootli.j contributed toward the fuuand.'he 
San Luis Obispo. Cal ; Mrs. T. M.lparty eontbiued until 1-o'elodc. 

Knox. PorHand; Mns. A. T. MUburn.t The committee arranging the 
Seattle, and Mi.s. F'rederick Ken- dance included Herbtrl Clague, Bill 
worthy, Tacoma, v.lvo is a pupil of Taylor. Joyce Dixon. Janet Marrion, 



LAKE RILL 

Ttie nionthly meeting of the Lalie 
Hill Imtilute will be held tomorrow 
at 2:30 pjn., in the Lal^ Hill Com- 
munity Centre Hall. Mm. J. M. 

Plndlay will give a paper on national 
and current evenu in Institute worli. 

Members are aaked to con* prepared 

to answer tbt *^11 ca.ll" with "What 
the Instij^it4> Means to Me ' 

URCNTWUOO 

Mrs. 'A. It Anderson will hold a 

bridge party at the Institute Hall, 
prentwood Bay. on Wednesday eve- 
ning lA ald.of'tiia Inatitute futkts. 
The game will start at 8 o'clock. 
Tiie monthly meeting will be held 
ait the hftU. Brentwood, on Tuesday, 
May 10. Next Friday eventtig at 
the. Institute Hall. Brentwood Bay, 
Big Brother Al and hus party, heard 
over radio station CFCT, Victoria, 
every Friday eVenli^g, wilL_g lve an 
entertainmeal. oombBitieiaff at 8 
o'clock. - - " 



the Rudolph Bchaifer- Schco\ in San 
Pranclaoo, which speclallMs In floral 

design 

In addition to a duplay which she 
i« entering on behalf of the Tacoma 

Garden Club, Mrs.' Kenworthy will 
pre.icnt a number of non-competi- 



Alleen La nlgan, Flossie Hughes and 
VUnle Kilsby. ■ * 

BACK FRftM SEATTLE 



I.O.p.E. Activities 



Mrs. Mary Fraser, of the Harper 
Method, has returned to- Victoria 

tive dLNplays "in the modern man- .'.fer attending the hairdressers' 
ner." showing ^ new way with flow- j cn ■ " ' 

er* and t«Mi tikorationa, liiiieh wlU 
ba of i^eclal Intere.st. 

Mrs. O. X. WUiion wiU be Victoria's 
preaenftaiUTa In the lnt«matlonal| 

group. 



ramosun Chapter 

The monthly meeting of Camosun 
Chapfr wUl be hei<ta*-headntuart- 
ers at 3:S0 on Friday. 



J- 



HAROLD S. TIMBERLAKE 



647 




Appdntmcnl, f H C 

fkone: 0»fic«. E 2513 



m 



Thursday aft^moocx. May 13,^ at the 
Nurses Home of (he I^yyal Jubilee 
Hospital by the members Of Flor- 

.ence Nightingale Chapter. Bridge 
n>(-<'i vatioiLs niav be iii.uir by tele- 
phonmg Uie convener, Mrs. F. W. 
BayllS. 03874, or Mrs. E, Eve, E2117 
Tea^fUflsts will be welcome. 



Gonzales Chapter 

- The monthly m«*eting of Oonzale.s 
Chapter will be held at he adc|uart- } 

ens on Tvie.sday at 2 p.m. 



tion sfUe to be held^at the close of 
the^mee^g. ..n 

~^ Nightingale Chapter 

Tlie montlil>- meeting of tlie Flor- 
ence Nightingale Chapter' will be 
held tomorrow at 3:M- o'clock at 
headquarters. 

BAPTIST < HOIK ( ()N( ERT 



was led by Miss UUan Parlltt. I^n. 
Harold Parfitt conducted the choir 
and Mrs. George Green wan the ac- 
companist. Rev. A. 8. Imne, DD.,.. 
closed With prayvCi-jifter which re« 
freshmenta were served. 



R. R. MrMlckIng Chapter 



Nli^titigale Chapter 



The Emanuel Hapiu-.: Choir gave 
an enjoyable concert m tha City 

Templa' H»ll^ on Thursday evening 

] "• — " • — which wa-s much nppreolat^xl Olw.s 

The regular meeting of the Robert and songs, piano solos and duets 
Bums McMicking Chapter will be | were given by the members of the 
held on Tuesday at headquarters, i choir, and recitations by Miss Opal 



An irascible old soldier, was kept 
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A coneert and dance in aid of the 
C C F. boy.s' boftball team will be ' 
given on Friday at the Moun' 
Tolmie C.C.F. Hall. Dancing- pupU* , 
of Miss Betti Clahr wQl be on the 
programme. 



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Thursday evehing At 8 oclock at, 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, ri.C. SUNDA^y. MAy't7l»38. 



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^ TODAY 

10 pin.— liiivld Barnoff, president 
of th* RCA. wlU offlcikUjr apm tbe 
fifteenth annuaj celebntlOB of na- 
tional MuaIc Wick during the Magic 

procramnie. with John Charlei 
as gUMt aitist XJIIi 

11 a m - Marjorie I.awrenre. so- 
prano, and Charles Kullman, tenur, 
will appear as soloists on the all 



Contlnetitali Quartette. Matured 

numbers will be Youmaus' "No No 
Nanette" and a "Show Boat" mediey 
by J >Wt eK e « . KdiiCUP*0. 

6 30 p m —Bddl0 . Cantor will lead 
his Caravan" 'to" another trek 
across the Columbia network. He 
wiu alao introdUM a DiMk artist. 
KVI. KIRO. ! * 



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7:30 pm -Richard Crook*, taBOT, 

Wagner prammme of" the New > will featured with Alfred WilliS 
York PhlliS3aaK^i#mphony Or--^«t«ta «<i the* s#tenty.pleea aym- 

f hfsiiu. directed by Ji^n-aaifclrBlJi. phony orchestra. Crooka* numbers 
.KIRO, KVI. "U-^ ■ — I will Include "Beloved. It le Morn," 

^ UT4»a m:-^ OfandPlanoFes-H>y Aylward: "Moonbeam.- by Her- 

tlval. which win feature ITS pisnos bert. and an arla^toom Bizet's opera, 

being pUyed slmulUneously, will be "The Pearl FUlttre." KOMO. KPO 

pracotad fNMtt Detnltl XJR. 
1 pm— Betty Winkler will be 

heard in the role of Marie An 

toinette In the •Thfre Waa _ 

Woman" broadcast. KJR. I 

1 p.m.— Song hits from musical! 
coiiK (iios and motion pictures, In ' 
addition to favorites of the singing j 
star, wttl be offered by Marlon Tal-| 
lef at thU time. KOMO. KFI. KPO. | 

3 ,p.in.— Val Olelgud, chief of | 
dranuitlc prr>ductlon for the li B C, | 
win direct llje pmen^atloa of "Le- 1 
panto,**- with the aiiidetanee of thej 
Nnc Symphony Orrhr tja ' Iy>- 
panto " is bast-d up<jn a i>i« m by 
O K. Chesterton KJR 
. 3:|Q j^m-^The last broadcast 
■aweer t In the etirrent aeries of the 
famed Hart Hou% String Qtiartctte 
of Toronto, will be heard. UBR. 

s-soiim -Phtl Baker and •pottle", 
will be heard In a half-hour «fi 
eomedy and muaie. with Al Garr, 

tra. KNX. KIRO. 
^4 p m — Dr. Walter Damroeeh will 
watfUffl WW Wgw York PfillhaniMinlrl 



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6 00 
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7 00 

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8 00 
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9 00 
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p.m.— MuUcal Camera, 
pm.— Haven MaeQuarrla^S 

p m.- -' Lf panto." drama. 

p m - Fry. Miirrav. Harriet HUUard. 

Oula NflMin't Orchretra. ,< 

pm. -World* ralr Muilc reatlvat 

Hroarauniir 

p m. — Joseph Budy't Orcheatra. 
p.n^BMtfM'a OtMaa. J. itlum. 
P m.— ArtenttA* Trt». 
p m.— Hour of Cham. 
P m ~ Cherrlo, Inrplratlonsi Bll 
p III,- I'rrs -Haillo News. 
,p m - Uluf Ritrron'i OrchMtrs. 
p.m.- Lou Breeze'a I>Tche«tra 
P m.— Harry Owens' Orcheatra." 
p ro.— Jo* Hayme't Orcheatra. 
i> m (irar Ciordon's Orel 
P rii H'uux Art* Trio, 
p.m.— Unlverallr Explorer. > 
p.m.— Cddle awarMM aa4 H 
p.m.— Paul Marflii saa kli nnula^ 
pm — Charlea Runyan. orsan. 
P ri) Lu.it-Mlnute Newa 
p.m.— Muato A» You Maira n (KQO) 



floelety, aaaUted by the Behola Can- 

torum and the Oratorio Society, 
during this hour. K/R, KQO. 

4 pjM/-«adward AnMld. iereen 
faVorlta, will appear with Don 
Ameche In a dramatic sketch during 
thli broadcast with John Carter, 
tenor, and Robert Armbruster'a or- 
^ ■■ ti a. KOMO. KFI, KPO. 

5 p.m.— "Mu.slc for You" will be 
offered with Oeoflrey, Waddlngton s 
OKhe.stra; Dorothy Alt, songstress; 
BUI Morton, tenor, and Virginia 
Woodi, young soprano. CBR. 

8 pm.— Joe Prnncr will Introduce 
the music of Ruby Newman's or- 
< iK'Mr a on this i)roadeact olf oona^ 
KIRO. KVI. KSL. 

g:30 p.m.— -Sweet and Low. " with 
Mart Kenney and hLn orchestra; 
Georgia Dcy. vocaU|t, and the trio 
win be heard f or the laat tliiie, CBR. 

9 pjn-^An original two-act play. 
"Loet, On* Husband." will be a 
highlight of the broadca.st of "Sun- 
day Smiles," with Royal Vic- 
torians Orchestra. CFC3T. 

• p.m.— "Border Plight' will be 
Hal Burdlek's narrative to b« heard 
at this time. KOMO. KPI, KPO. 
'tomorrow 

10.50 am — I're.sident Rookcvelt 
and Lord T.weed^ ma ii> , Oe re m oT ' ^ 
Oeneral of Canada, win cive .^hort 
talks In connection with the annual 



Sunday" 8 I'rpgramme 

Crc«, TiatMtoi B«. (tIM Kwt.> 

a >- ll :00 a m.— ^rlct Ohareh Oattioarml. ..~ 
%ii>o p m.— tnaullattoa oT , Haw Daan at 

Chrtit Church Cathedral. 
t;lt Pvin.— Sunday Afternoon rnticrr' 
S:IO p.m.— ^rttUan Science Dcyotlonal 

5 45 p m.— Melbdle Themea. 

6 00 p ni Fvenini Serenade 
« 3r) p m - Ooipel auni>hin» Hour 

7 00 i> ni .Sarrrd 8o:iks, A1.'t::» J jhn^on. 
7 li |. m ri.rl^t Ch^r. U CalI 'dral Ilflls 
7 30 p m —Ctiriit Church Cathedral 

Service. 
» 45 p.m.— CvaniM Ravtrli^ 
B.M p.B.— atfnflay amilsi. 

- CMS. TaMaarer (aie Ears.) 
t on a m - Br Chiirrh of the Air. 
it 10 a 111 Koiiu' si tiroiiraniine. 

10 30 a ni. — Sunday Bom Hervic*. 

11 no a III - Mi-t ropolitan 7abrrnapto. 
13 SO p.m. — Coneerf. Interlude. 

1.00 p.m. — Bktppar aeaoa th» Ntwa. 
1 IS p.m.-^Voeal Inurlude. 
1 30 p m For Rhi.' Tns, B Miller. 
I 46 i" m - Famo i' Von rs 
):0O p.m.— t^om the Chapel, oriaa. 
]:io p.m.— Pacific Coast Misiion. 
J 00 p m. -Concert Interlude * 
1 1% pm Pournquare Ooapel UahtlMUM. 
4 n p m Ll<-rtrr Hrrlta! 

4 30 p m - Krhrv^ From Sweden. 

5 00 p m - Cni^pert Inferluda. 
5 IS p.m.— Britiali-Iarael. 
S:4S p.m:=«mnnDaviaa 
• :00 p.m.— Concert Hall of tbo Air. 
« so p m — WalU Time 
7 OO p m.- Newa naahes 
7:15 p.m. — M'lslral Iri'-rlufle 
7;S0 p ra. — Chr.'t (■ . !, Cn hf'lral. 

CBB. VanreeTrr H lOO Krjl^ 



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10 00 a re.— Kldeodlera, nevalty 
10 n am— VInrent Oomat, 
10 SO a III -Sunday Dinaar at Aaal Ma- 

, , nle'a. - 

conforeiK e of the Ameruan Rod l It o« a m.— Paul Caraoo. Owaolal. 



I 00 a m - See r'B C Nflwprlc. rpt; 
^00 p.m —Recorded Symphony per. 
4^00 p.m.— achoai o€ Brttala. 

■ 00 p.m:— <!onccrt orehaatra. 
.t:Se ».«.r4afat]r Spaclaltlaa. 

10: te »«^Wa»th*r. Newt. 

C.B.C'. NETWOBK 

• 00 a.ril.— M B O. Homa^Bymphonr. 
« 30 p m — Radio City Uusir Hall 

9 :in am - -Clianihrr Music. Montrral 
in 00 a m —The tlomaoca ot Sacred Sont, 
10. SO a.m.— Ptaaatraaw. kf Jaek Baiarian. 
10 49 a m -Radio PttWIt, Osaaa R. S. Ite- 

Flh'rni.iri 

U-On n m N'* York PhUharmonle Of. 
I 00 p m — A May IJay Fantaur 
J on p m. — And It Ci^w lo Paks Momrral 
. 2 30 p m. — Iforman Markenzlr, new.% review 
i 3 4.S p in -Jean dr Rluianarxy, vlallnUt. 
S 30 p m — Hart Houae String Quartatta. 

5 00 p.m.-^ 'MusIc for You ' • 

6 00 p m. — Whither Uamorrrtryt m 

• 30 p.m. — Alone the Danube. . 

7:00 p.m.— Nawa. Waa^r, Praeraaime 
Raaaaia. ^ 

7 15 p m.— Ueder BIneer. Fm'my H»lm <op 
7 30 p m.— Bwaat and Iy>w. Vanrou\rr 

• 00 p.m. — Chamber Music dir Jean da 

RIonaBoesy. 

• :tO p.m.— Scrcnada la tha Night. 

• 00 p.m. —Twenty Men and a Maid: 
t JO pm — Oraan Reverlea. 

• 45 p.m WriMier and Newa (not CBM. 
10 00 p m In Recital. J. D. A. Tripp. 

N.B.C-.-KFO BKD NETWORK 

KIIQ-KOW-KPl-KPO-KQMp 

■ ee a.m.— MAC. Ifoaaa Bymphoar. 

BnMBt Lamda. 

■ so a m -.University of Chtcac* 

Table Divu'Mon 

• 00 a m — Madriial Sineert. 
» . » a.i. ji. BU » a» a iH w ea. dir. itoaaf ■( 



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Cross. The Prfesldent wUl spe.^k 
f»em tha WhU- House in Washing- 
tan, and Lord Tweed .nvilr will iio, 
haard from Ottawa. KJR. KCJO. 
KVI. KIRO. 

a os pm — Ray Heatherfon. popn- 
lar baritone. «nd LoL% Elllm.m will 
brln^ ba' '. fnv'>r|te melodies of p.i.,* 
years when they are heard on 
"Amonir Your Souvenirs'' prb- 
gramme KVT, KIRO. 

5 00 p.m. — Radio Theatre, pro- i"^ 
dwed by Ceclt B. DeMIIle. wlU brtnit 
tocether Oary Cooper nnd Pay WT n 
la the play "Prisoner of Shark Ls- 
laiul ■• KVI, KIHO. 



too p.ni,-iSBl«:UQna that -saai ill ^JSzSS? 



HMMt popular from IMO to 1930 will 

be highlighted by Marek Weber and 
the Contented Ofrhe.<4tra and the 



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1 1 30 ,a.ih.— a«uday DrUara. varlaty. 
13 00 neon— Romanea Mrlodlaa. *■ 
13^10 p.m.— Tha World Ii Towrt. 

1 'ro r> m - Mitrion Taii»y « ^roarSmma. 

1 :n ;< ;n Ml' uri Mn'i.'x ana Oampanr. 

2 OO 11 m -Catholic Hour. 

3 30 p m. — Bra'uK Arta Trl*. 
3 00 p m — Profeaaor Putilewlt. 

3 SO p m - lnfere«'in« Ne^chbors 

4 00 !• Ill tloii Aiiierlie. M C . lomfdv by 
Edeaf Veraen aiid Charlie MrCarthv. 
Siroud Twins, John Carier. DoroJhf 
Lamour, arch. dir. Roiiert Armitronc. 
auests. 

. R 00 p m — Manhattan MfTry-On-Rantid. 
, • SO p m Album of Familiar Muate. 
Frank Miinn, Jfan Dlcklnaon. 
.. no ivr' (' r vm', mu«lr. enmady. 
• SfH^m — HoUyvooa Plarltauaa l*it«anU 
Tyrone Power lA Drama, 
no p m.— Waltar Wln«haM; toaalp. 
~ H p m.— Irena Rich in drama. 
7 30 p ra.— Jack Benny and Companr. 

5 SO p.m.— t Want a Divnrre drama. 



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3 30 p m - One Man's, Family 
» OO p ni Night rdllnr 

• 15 pm,— Emerfon OlITa Orcheslra. 
t:30 p.m.— Hal Drlaahf'a Orehaatra. 

10 00 i» m - Nrws fli'lioi, 

in M ym nndr* lo OroasUaad. 

11 1' 111 ( Mia'a Offiw.ira. 

1 1 .10 I' 111 .Soiivfjilr I. 

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0 30 a ■.— Empire ^ r.r n.r M«on. drams. 

10 OO • m:— llaaic Key ot rc a. 

1 1 00 a JB.— Ashlaaa ayqipheBy Orehat^ra.,. 
II so a m — Olann RurlSurt. aeeordtanltt. 

11 45 a m Orand Mano re^tmal. 

12 00 nonn Nalional V»sp'r« 

rS M p m -World s Fair M«t Pst rv«llval 
100 p m.— There W»< a Woman, dram* 
of women In the llvn of treat men 

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a.m.— Europa CalUnc. 
a.m.— Poet's Oold. Dai14 
a.m.— Boria lioite'a Btrtae Qaartsiu. 
aai.— Ratabowa M ( H a W i). 
a.m.— M.T. Fhflhara t B ii l» li « > lieiiy 
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p m.— The Texas Ranters, 
-p.m.^tan Htrsholt In Dr. ChrlattCB. 
pjB.— California Btrlna QaartatU. 
p.m.— Phil CoOk'a Almaaae. 
p ip.— Manhattan Mother, aif a. 
p.m.— Phil Baker ahd Coypaay.. 
P m.— At. Louis Blues, 
p m — Lyn Murray's Musical Qaaatta. 
p.m. — Sunday Evening Symphonr. 
Mk.»-Hollywood Bhowcasa. 
f JB.— My Secret Ambition, puesta. 
^.m. — Abe Lyman's Orel citra 
p.m. — Duke Ei:: III Ions Or 'M>Ta. 
p.m. — Joe Penncr and Company, 
p m.— Ottia Nalaan'a Orel^ra. 
Prni.— To ba annaaaaad. 
p m — Piano Mood^. Clrm Kennedy, 
p.m.— Ttmnk^ for the Memory 
p.m.— Nat Brandwynne's Orehaatra 
p.m.— Joa BauBdar^ Orchestra, 
p.m.— Lea Parkar'a Orehaatra. 

mmiAL DON LEE NETWIMOI . 

KOU Seattle 
a.m.— American Radio WarDlers. 
■.m.— Christian Science protcamma. 
a.m/— Ravaraad John Zi^er. 
a.m.— Tha Mtihty T Am Prei»nca. 
a m — Charlie and Jan ThUrtalB. 
a m.— Lyon and Ui Scheie. t«0 plaaos 
a m — Secret s of Succeaa. 
a m -Charioteers. 
a m.— On a Sunday Afternoon, 
a m.— Sands of Tune, bloarsphles. 
noon— Benay Vernita » Proeramma. 
p.m. — Duel by Candlelight 
am.— Thtny Minutes In Hollywood 
p.m. — Stan Lomaz. aporu ,com. 
p m.— HawaU CaUs. 
p.m.— Hollywood Wlitiuata. 
_ -The TT n ■gM 

p.m.— War ForuM. pisaaweB erlra- 

tlonal ProWems. •* 
p m 'Sumner Prindla. 
p m — Rabbi Macnin. 

«:0e p.m.— Tha Marines Tell It Ta 
•:30 p.m. — Cloo^ Will Hour 
1:00 p.m.— News Fla.^hes. 
7:30 p.m.— Old Fashioned RcTleal. 
S:N PJB.— Tlw luWr Kiae. 

• 00 p.m —Newa Raihas. 

0 1". " rii To be announced. 

9 V) n: Kay Kea'ina's Orchestra. 
10 l-i p ni — Jan Oarber'a Orehaatra. 
10 30 p m — 8kinn.y EnAlt' Orchestra. 
11:00 p ra.— Weather Raport. '^t-^ 
11:01 pjn.— Baud Murpby'a OfaiMsCta. 
11:|0 p.m.— Midnight Mooda. 

Monday's Programme 

(Tka faBawlag prograauBaa are compiled 
ky tha earlaas braadeaatlag eampanles and 
ara aiMaal la aBabga.) 

CPCT. VIclarto. B.C. (Its* Eaya.) 

Y 4S a m — Waka Up •anil aint. 

« 10 a m Mofnina Bahi'e 
a '."i am ItrrakfH^t Ne»? 

1 .M a m - Miiilral Chronometer 

• :00.a m -N'-.tea and Nawa. 
0:30 a m -Financial Flashea. 

• 45 a m.— .pr/an Holn^ 

10 00 a m M'jrn.nii Monitor 

10 III a m - Maurice Chevalier, aonia. 
10:30 a.m.— Art Farey. 

ll:Oaa<n.^ Stv Parade 
13:00 noon— Tnni-ert Wiur 
18?30 p.m. — Noonhour N<"vi« 
I J 45 P m. ' ^"X 1 da y Vrt r . ■ »« 

1:00 p m.- jller'! ri : Wo rt 

I.{1J pm -^^w J»ona,' .«onwa.' • - - •'.•J*J>J..' 
'••1'■*1~■p 'n wflfi Bookman. 

I 30 pm— rajiN4ly Hour. 
«:«» p.m.— rajnaa Music 
S'OO pra— Evening Monttor. 
5 30 p.m.— Birthday Party. 

• 00 p m.-T-mcK T#»cr — — ■ 

0:15 p m.— Cavalcade ot Sport. 

7 00 pm.— IJheral Bpeakera. 
7 15 p m.— Supper Dance 
7 30 V m Yiflclini: Cowboy. 

7 45 p m Mrlfvlir Mooda 

8:00 p.m. -Continental Vartetlaa. 
8:30 p.m.— Clatale Karmottlaa. . 

• 00 p m.— Vvanlna Nawa. 

r JOB. Vaneapvar. B-C. («M ilayat 

8 00 a.m.— Newa. 

• 00 a m. — Ooitpel Bltiacr 

• 'IS am — Kllly Keene. In', drama. 

• SO a.m.— Road of Life, drama.' 

9 45 a m.- For Shut-In» 
TD'OO a.m — Ftocka and Newi 

10:ik w.m — oaod Mamiac. NoisMor. 

11 W-rm.-Ted,Winiama. ' 

13 OO noon— wilt Wylle. pianist. 
13 ;S0 p.m —News naahes 

12 45 p m - Ah H ih' » Muale. 

I 30 pm - .: f No'rhOok, , 

J 00 p m.- .S\ ,111.: V Hmir. 

3 00 p%. - Ma Perkini. 

3 IS pm — Wife Saver. Alien Prrv-o't. 

3 30 p.m — Kousehoat Xaniiah. drama. 

3 45 p m.~ Carson llobl.«on°a Raniera. 

4 IS pm.-Churrh In the Wlldwood. 

5 00 p m — Children'a Proaramme 
5:15 p m.-PCIiean Club, tor kiddlea. 
S 45 p m.- Howie Wine, drama 

• 00 pm.— Model Alrrntft 

< 30 p m. Skipper Beans the Nawa. 

• 45 pm. — Lai" Rports Review. ■ 
7:00 t>.m.— Ab Htne, muale. 

7,30 p.m.— Radio Raaeala. mnalc. 
7 45 pm.-Mafion Oownea< plantat. 
8:00.p m.— News Flashes. 
8.15 p m.— Ronnie Matthews, orian, 

• 30 pm — Barry and Beth, music. 

• no p m — Citrdo Bmalley, ntbllalatt 

• 30 p.m.— Rhythm Wranelera. 

10 00 p.m.-^Pete Cowan's Orehaatra. ' 
|0-»» p . m . — M onitor. Transradia ttawa, 
10'45 p.m.— Organ Reveriaa 

II 45 p m — aiumbar Hour. 

CBB. Taaeoaver. B T. (1.100 Kaya.) 

7 45 a m New^ rin^hr< 
> no a m R'e C B r, Nelwork. 

11 10 I' Ml Rvi iiie Alone 

1 00 p m.— strike DP the Band. 

r.Brr. nctw«bk 

« on a m Tl'.e Bo» and nirl Friend 

S 15 a m — KpIIn * Wa«htiih 

R 30 a.m.- IMrrv Cnndnlla'« Orrliejlra. 

• 'M-B.m.~ 'I " 1 ' i; I'v I 1 11!? 

• 80 a m.- I'll M r ■ % orrhrixra. 
10 no am ■ tliu 8nli-r. drama. 

10 15 a m A! Roth a Dane* OrahOalra. 
in 30 a rn ^^ n<\nn railing. 
15 on noon n lb Matinee. 

13 45 p ni The Lure of the Arctic, 
p m — The flea Ohost. drama, 
p m — Virrlnia Fair Catertaina 

I 4") p in - riimnf atj 
? no p ni ■ f.riden loarMya 
3 irt p IT - Fanfare 
,1 ■ '1 n; ni^ Merry lalandT* 
p Ml — Mn'or nil!. Moii'r'al 
p ni Kntlileen Stokes, onanist, 
P -f N:\iiiral Re«oiirre». talk. 
Ivham Jones* Orrhaatra, 
nn;i -»'ir Pari*. Bnnsolr. 
V T ';T Radio Theatre. 
P m — MnenMt* Bles>omi< 
p m Nature Has a Btnry, talk. 

Ttie An .''n-T, Roberta Wood 

7 Vewa. Wea'her ^ 

': . Psri'.ari RhTthm. 

"7 10 p m Arsdl^n Serenaaa. 

s no p m - t.ijiel nmnsneii'a Orehet'ra. 

• 30 p m.- Listen to the Rend 

• OO p m. — Under the Ble Tnp 

9 15pm Wfaibor and '■ ^ -j •> , 
■ 30 pm. Joe Pe C.iurrT i . 

10 00 p.m. — Bvenina and \ i. % i.nsa 

1 0:18 p.a.— Weather aaa Nawa 

10:81 p.a.— Bveaint aaa 1 



t 00 p.m.— Cotilcnted Hour, 
t 30 p.a.— Bayna aad Allaa. 

1 00 p m.— Amoa 'a' Aady. 

7 15 p ni (inrie Bira'a Radio Btatloa. 

7 30 i< 111 Alfred Wallansteln's Orchestra. 

• :00 pm - Pssalna Parade, John Neabltt. 

Dun Novn 
a 30 p m. -Voz Pop. sidewalk In^rvlawa 

• 00 p.m.— Uawthorne HoMiak 

• 30 p m — Herble Key's 
10 00 p m.- Nnn ^■|a^hPJ 

10 15 p m t-<i' >i . (i: ai>hlc, Ira Blue 
10.30 p.m. — Carl Kavazsa'f Orcbaalra. . 
11:00 9.m^9nak. Traaabaya Ogafeaaira. 
11:30 p.m.— HanV Btaaanthal'a OrolMatra. 

N.B.C.-ar.O BLI E NFTWORK 

aaO-KJR-KEX-Khl A K(iA 

( 00 a m — Time for Thouslit » 

1:15 a.m.— Bailey Axton. songs 

•:Se a.m.— Natloaal Farm and Heme Hour 

•:30 a.m.— Mother-ln-Law. 

S 45 a m - Jark and Loretta Clemana 
10 00 a in. - Adventures In Readlns. 
10 30 a m — A m a r 1 c a n Creaa Pro- 



« 00 
•:S8 
T:e8 

7 00 
15 
30 
00 
30 
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00 



p.m.— WaynOkKinc'e Orcbeetra. 




gramme. 

a.m.— O.B. Navf Band. 



ie:4« 

13 00 noon— Department of Asrtoaltura. 
13:1S p m.— Club Matinee. tanolF. 

1 OO p m -Neighbor Nell. 

1 10 p .n Irina Olrn. or^an. 

1 15 p.m.— Don Winslow tlia Marf, 

1:30 p.m^Radlo Rubaa. 

I 45 p.m.— King's Jeatera' Orcheatra^ 
3 00 p m — Fran Blchler'a"OHBSBtra. 

3 is p.m.— Marlowe and Lyon. PlSBe 4W. 
3:30 p.m.— Rakov's Orchestra. 

S:0a p.m.— Mnala la My Hobby. 
8:t« p.m^Dr. a aaapli J. Jaatraw. 
8:30 p.m.— Rota Marie, song stylist. 
'3:45'p.m. — Concert l^aapible. 

4 00 p m.— Ruby Newman s Orcheatra. 

4 30 p m Pnul » Pipf s and ripf r.i 

5 00 p.m. — Chamber of Commerae 

Coavaatiba, 
5 15 p.m.— Now and Then, orcheatra 
5 30 p m.- Paul Martin and His Muale. 
(I no p rn -Maunolia Blossomi, rliolr. 
S 30 p.m —National Radio Forum - 
7 00 p.m.-'^iaaala Qcaldl OreaaatraT 
7 30 n m -To be announcaU 
« 00 pin V. w< Plaihi-^ (K00> 
K r ii II v. > : I" '.V. hb 5 Orrhr.itra. 
« 30 p m —Joe Haymes' Orchestra. 
•9 00 p m —Frank Tiumbar'a OiaUtSMa. — 

• 15 p m - Stanford UnlyaralDr Pra- 

tramme. 

• so p m -Rh-ardu's Rh^sodles. 

10 00 p m frojsruts From !/« o' Day. 

10 30 p m — RrverlfS. 

11:00 p.m.- Paul Carson, organ. 

11 :00 p.m.— Last Mlnuta Newi. 

11:00 p.m.— Muil*-aa<««B Daiir* ir 'KOo< 

rni l-MBIA NETWORK 
KVI-KIHO-KFPY-KOIN-KNX-KSL 
« 00 s ra Mary Margaret McBrida. 
I 30 a.m.— Komanca of Helen Trent. 

• :4S «.m.— Our Oal Buaday. 
9:00 ajB.— Oold aiadal Hour. 
lO 00 a.m.— Big Sister, drama. 

10 15 a m.— Aunt Jenny's Real Uf> •toHaa 

10 30 a m —School of Air. ' 

11 00 a.m.-Monday In M aa h al t a a. 

II so a.m.— Kate Bmith, eamBMBtatar^ 

II 45 a.m.— Band Music. — • 

|] oonoen— Myrt and Msrr* 
II IS pm— Pretty R4tly KeUy. 
11 JO p m — Hilltop llou^e. 

1:15 p.m. — Columbia Concert Hall. 

1:30 p.m — Dear Teacher, for ehOarai, 

1:4S p.m — Newi Horlton* 

>:00 p m — Pres^-Rsdlo Newa 

a:08 p.m.— Among Yo i' .Sunvenira. 

8:30 p m — Mary Lou Cook, aaasa. ertaa. 

3 45 p m — Chlaulta, aoRga. 

3 00 p.m.— Not So Long A^a. 

3 15 p.m.— Jack Shannon, aooaa' . 

3 10, p m — Maurice'! Orcheatra. 

4 45* p m - Roske Carter, commentator. 

5 00 p m Radio Theatre. 



10 00 

10 is 

10 tft 

11:18 
ll:tt 



i 00 
8:30 

• 45 
9 15 
9 30 

• :«» 
18: U 

lS-80 

10 45 

11 00 
11 IS 
11 45 
13:00 
13:15 
U 45 

1 00 
1 30 
• 

8:88 



p.m. Beat t i r rt u d Balaaa. 

pm Just Eiiiej ' « "ini "i' ' K8L) 

pin I.uiii aiLi1 .\.J-:.rr loii.fdy 

p m.— Pick and PAjt. comedy, muate, 

p m.— Tou Bald It. 

p.BL— l^rry Lae'a Or cheatra. 

p.m.-flot-aca Henilarsi|lfs <i>8>sai»T 

p.m.— To Be Annouaaoi. 

p m.— String Trio. 

p m — White Fires, drama. 

p.m. — Oaaie Nalaan'a Orchestra. 

»■■— nal miaa and Orchestra. 

p.T' rialBda io Itldnleht. 

Ml'TVAL-DON LEE NE'BWOBB 
a.m —The Merrymakers, variety, 
a.m. — Gordon Plemlng, organlat. 
a.m. — Rhythm of Life. Rita Oould. 
a m —Happy Gang, C B.C 
a m.— Artistry In Oardening. 
a.m.— Voice of BoortNwa. 
a.aL- Between tfeo Baikwida Ted 

- Malone. 
a.B,— OUi aiaata Bor. 
a.m.— I Pay for My Baat. ' 
a m — Songland. 
am- Ixira Lane, Club NaVS, 
a.m.— Newa Flaahas. 



A. J. 





Manager of Hudson's Bay 
Store Returns Pleased 
With Situation Here 



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11 00 
11 05 
11 10 
11:«» 



aaaB-*fd PItiaeyaiariaiiSftMtttef 
p m.— ByMa Cyde, Baaat Bad aam. 

P m — I.ure ot the Arctic. • 
l> m - National Emrrgencf Osaaall. 
p.m.— Who Cares Hour. 
.a.Bi- — Ootden Jouraart. 
p.m.— Monitor viewa tha Nawa 
p.m.— Rannle Weeks, 
p.m.— Pemlnle Panclee 
p m — Clinic of the Air. 
p m —Dance orcheatra. 
p.m.— Fulton Lewla, Jr., commentator 
P.BI,— Howla Wtasi Artatlaa Barial. 
p.a»>— Tha JOhnaoa Pamlty. 
P m -Utile Orphan Annie 
p in To be announced 
p m — Phantom Pilot, Aviation aerial. ; 
p m.— Frank Bull, apayta Mam, i 
(P.m.— Newa Rashea. 
p.m.— Lone Ranger, Weatera drama, 
p.m. — Dsnie Mtmc 
p m —Don Ishsm Presenta. 
p m — Nf Flaahei. 
p.m.— Louis Prlma'a Orcheatra. 
Pi« ai Witehaa Talea. drami 
p.m.— Anson Weeks' Oi 
P m — Halibut Fishing Newn 
P m - Spud Murph» » Orcheatra 
p m.— Rklnny Ennls' Orcheatra. 
p.m.— Musical Programme, 



INVITING MILLION ^ 
TO VISIT NORTHWEST 




-^ery cup a delightr 

"salada: 

TEA ' 



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SEATTLE. April 30 <Jr^ - A .Tunlor 
Chambar of commerce committee 
aniMmnead lait ntght jdani to iBTlte | 

dent Roosevelt, to Tlslt fha Fadfla 
Northwest this year.. 



mnaattt wUI nMr» a huge 
ptcCure pa'^tcard. sUrned hf 10,000 
Seattle rpsldents and bearlnir views 
of outdoor .-iport.' Tht 999.999 
Others wUl be sent postcard size 
repUoaa of tlia Praiktant'a Invfta- 
tlon bjr friends who the committee 
iMpaa wUl buy them during a cam- 

MriMltOm May I to 

ra, — s _ - ■ 



A. 9. wasfON 
A. J. WatMO. auoiafltr oT the 

Hudson's Bay Company store In 
Victoria, has Just returned from a 
trip made to many of the fading 
cMes In the Eastern Uti.;od St:it<'s 
and Qanada. His mission waa one 
ot taTeetlcmtlBff tha trend of liusl- 
nesjj affairs so that he mtght be in 
touch with the demands ot the 
marltei. t. 

Mr Wataoti letunu tear Mtlafl^d 
that In Victoria as compared with 
other-centres on the continent, the 
citlaens have Uttla cauae to feel de- 
pre.ssed. 

F>en In th| clt-v of New York In 
th^ buaincM '-aectlons, one la met 
with' an vmuual xtunbar of amiity 
stores, says Mr. Watson. ThLt was 



a condition met with not alone In 
New York, but iB many other bic 
centres. Th«re a p pe ar ed' to be a 
f«'^Uiig of uncertainty prevaiUng, 
whK'h ivo found wai mons in 
evidenoa in tha United States cities 

than iB Oaaada. ■ — 

VICTOKIA OONTBAITBD 

It wiv* *lt^ oooflderapie satis- 
faction that Mr. Watson contrasted 
' conditions in Victoria with what he 
saw on hla aaistern toi^. Victoria 
had reason to rejotea 'm tha aMsa- 

tion th;\t prevails here. B\iilding of 
now homes was going forward '^tti 
more than uaual nwkutjr.. tt waa 

evaient th.it thL-t was greatly 
needed and the re,t>ult'Was that ani'- 
ployment was being alfWdt^ IB the 
city, he declared. ' 

The manager of the Hudson .s Bay 
eteiw takea the position that within 
a short tlma this continent will see 
a tremendous building boom. On 
his trip he saw railway property 
I f M; from balnt kept In good con- 
I ditlon. The aania waa true of other 
bulldlriKs and there wajs awailinK a 
I period of awAkaiMd acUvlty in re- 
I pairing and Tecoostruetlon through* 
out thaanr tlnent. The rwreMity for 
this had never been aa glaringly 
I brought home to him as it waa on 
thl» ti 
Coast. 



COLLISION KILLS FIVE 
ON DIXIE HIGHWAY 



noblBgoa~^Thyy aair old Ouf- 
genh^lmer li worth half a flainion. 

Do you t)ilnk U rlRhf" 

Henderson— It's not right, and 
he's nol worth 11 BulX think ha'a 

got It." 



aAOIlfAW, Meh^Tprfl M m^, 

Flv« peritons w«ra killed and thrsa 
Injured severely in a h«ad-0B col* 
Itskm of autoof^Mlaa yaatardagr cm 
the Dixie Highwaf alch|r«lMb loiitlr 
of Saginaw. 

The dead: Ttieodora Naplwakl^ 
Bay City: George Ravelach, nintt 
J. B. Hammond, Flint, and an un* 
Identliied man and woman. 

Napieial&kl's body was. Jammed 
b^ind the steeri ng ,a^heal of o na 
car. The oihfru w«!a thr oim afciF 
of the wreckage. 

Asthma Goes! 

SOUND SLEEP . 
EVERY NIGHT 

It doean't ■ maf-r >inw io:i« y>.« ha*« 
iuKared. Take one E^liaiona Tablet aaa 
yoM'ro ready for a deep, aauod-aieep. Bolli 
doetora' and auffercrr «TideBoe ahaws, 
thia to ba >>o Dorter wrllej- ' RelieC waa 
rapid and rrtiful night aaaured " \nother 
doctor wrilaa'. "Patient aufferad Iron' 
Aathma which prevented aieep 8bo d^ 
clarea one tablet at night atom atlaeka ' 
■anr taiB8felH-kMlas tbirtr amson* ana*, 
taking aaa laMsl. Worat attacE ende<1 ta^ 
ten mlnutea. One tablet often given r.cr- 
dom for weeka, montha at a lime t)ecaj>o 
oi unique Kpharone formula found la na 
ui}ier Tetaedr. Doctor writeat *'8t^^ 



only pr^arallM I have fnund whl<a tmm. 
aurea a food alghfa reet. ■ Manr i^om-f 
aaada aaw faal froadom fros *i« > ai» 
Bronchltla. Bronchial aathma, eta . ataoa 
taking Ephaeone. 0«t a bottle »od»i^ 
aold br druaalaU at 88 88 aad 11.89 piff 
bottle. Pamilr itae. IT.Ml HM taSMV 
•Ues are mora economical. 

EPHAZONE 




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KHQ Knw Kn-ICP0-It08IO 
"flam - Va■Ii^^ de Leath, aongt. 
l i a m.— Tii» o Neilli. rtratna. 
10 « m.— Harry Candulla * Orrheatra. 
M a m.— Vincent Carran, aongt. 
ISam 'Mra WIgga of tha 
Patch. 

10 a Bi — John'a Other WJfe. 



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Thli advertiiemeat it not published or displayed hy the l.iqtior 
. Contvol B««trd or b/ tk« Govarnmeal •i^lritiali C otiM w biA. 



48 a m.— Juat Plain Bill. 

10 00 a m.— Nnrman Clmitter'a Orcheatra.^ 
in 10 a TI Ml* "> n» fiarmlnt^ 
in4Sani Inr'M,-. Rooin. 

11 no a m PfppT Voiing « Faaillf. 
11 IS a m. Ma Perkinf ^ ' 
11:80 am.— Vie and Bade. 
ii:« a.ai.— Tha OaiatM 
uwaeso— Mia walfa. elueaae Bam 

•onea. 

n 19 v m ^-atorr Marr Marlln. drama. 
13 in p m Hii«h»areel R'l'h Hiithn 
S i: 4J r m I)r Kale. 4lrama 
^ ' I 00 p tn n''nn»tt and Wolverton, plana*. 
1 IS P m - Va<a\>onda. aonea 
I 10 p m - Mareo o( CaiUewood. 
1 p m —Oral* llathnea tenor. 

' m - Candid Lady. 
: a m -Wocnan't Witaflaa tt tbe Air 
It pm.— Darothy Itai 
M p m.— Mia Rerrtok. 
4.^ r m — Aneler and Ntinter. 
atrtnginc Alaaa. 
Thsae We VSf 



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«.-ll««e for Idodern* 
^tMM •( Qreat aiv 



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Thil year, meet Spring inl nSfr kind of car 



Soon, iinrlrr skir^ of w.itfr-rolf^r lilur. outbound roads will call thr fravrlrr. 
Change of sr,i.son hrinKS the dt ;irr fur change of jcrne ... for mount<iixi, 
painted drsrrt, and skyline, long dreamed of but unvisited. 

Thi.i yr.ir, owners of,ji new caiL the Lincoln-Zephyr, will reach places 
which before were only iuuner~5n, « Imap. They -will cover longer distance* 
tl^'they would have jutttn pt t d T a at ^iiag nVaw t l i n y by Ta cylinders, thry 
wiU f» m Mw comfort, MweMe, oew^^o^^ — 

A ''twehde,** t» may people^ ilfll deaoWi » car for the wealthy lUone. 
In tiirtet past, that hat been inie. Today K is no longer true. 771^/ **Uodar 
is mednm in pfiet. It it still true, hoivever, that a "tweTve** is a smoother, 
fentkr, more Huftirioflrf Mfr » btw »«r roadi take you— and mpich amt lunl 



TTiis "fwrlvr," thorom'hlv nrxi'-rn, it not onlv ahrad fn nnmbrr of rylinden. 
If is nd\ .Tm (■(! in all v\,ivs. Ft is ,i n^w ifira ^nr a r2-rvlirulrr rnt'in'- to pive 
l6 to 20 miles to the gaJlon. \rt thit rnj^inr dort, rhrrrfiilly. It it a nrw idra 
to provide 10 much size, safety and luxury at medium price Yet this car 
provides thenL * . 

Modcm in apfiearance and prrfr^rnianre, thr IJnfoln-Zrpliyr it trv 
' day's new transportation. It ¥n\\ give more pleasure than you thought a 
eair teuld «vcr give. It will o||en roads yod thought you might never see. 
It offers iA» kind of travel you thought might not come forTyeanI Ford 
Motg^ Company of Canada* Lio^ied. . _ 




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WitY COLONIST. VICTORIA. ».d, SUNDAY. MAY 1, IMS 



Color Variations 



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Revealed iti Story 
OJ Spring Fashion 



Wevrr R«'for#' Mas Thrre Kern Surli a (iolorfiil Ar 
■ ra\ in >|uin}i Sl>l<"» — Vrr«'«*54ori<'s Krflrct 
Irenil to llurnioni/f (,airlv — l{«)itile 
Leathers Leaders in Uagfi and l^'ll^ 



LOVELY leathers and fabrics in a wide range of colors 
bring into Spring the most colorful accessory story ot a 
decade. Blues range from light purple or Petunia shades 
to rich dark navy; rosy tones from wild cherry to Arbutus pink 
enliven Spring bags,* gloves and neckwear. " A whole range of 
■ew sun colors, ranging from pale yellow to rich IndifA clay, 
and a series of lovely neutral beige and grey tones give infinite 
color variety, to the Spring accessory picture. 

WUmWm PASTBIA l material give eOlorful variety to 

Turufij up with colorful acoeiita ' ^1** caitum'' 
"' the dark navy ' and "black cbfitumes. 
tiM new liower paalei« glv« Xemi- 

, nine Saautjr to the eostume mwlnble. 

In thf same way. against an en- 
cembie of pigeon gray or bucult 
beige. tlM new pastel accents have 

• lively and youthful effect. 

ReplUe iMthers, in crocodile, al- 
ligator and anakesktn are shown 

' In grey «nd beige, as well as In bril- 
liant tans, mat aoid coppery coUsn 
vilh matehlng bass and ahoes. 

.^AiclaUir smart for sportswear or 
lailo^ oo8tuin«s. these harmonlae 
with the new tweeds and aoft 
eroolens la XroctM and ^uiUs. 

i BAGS AM BiTTU 

^'fW'^a real ehanfe, the smart 
woman wears a huge handbut;; with 
txav^ billing* I axKl 



BUMir oeeaslons. these new bags are 
toomy and practical and w 
worn with ever-tbe-ahoukler slraps 
they have a Jaunty^ air. 

_ Novelties for Spring include new 
bandaiui bags In prlnia or colorful 
Irathcr. Vanity bags are laportant, 
lully equipped with beauty essen- 
tials, and have an especial appeal 
to the younger crowd. Novelty bags 
tn straw, wooden beads* and printed 



GMiVfcS GO FtMl.MNE 
Stitching!) and pipings and quill- 
ings are amofig the many innova- 
ti(»s')n j^prUjg glove trim*, in line 
with the nufre feminine ntode. Both 
the shorter short, and ihp lonKP: 
glove u^-button> are Xavorltes. de- 
pending wlth^ the suit eoetume or 
the new .short-sleeve frock. 

Half-and-half gloves, vyith smart- 
ly oontrastlnc colors an a Spring 
fashion airead;^ nroepted Color i.s 
espeebdfy likect in the^e novel new 
^onvblnation gloves, with the 
chamois and wblU gloves in doe- 
sUna remaining the staples m the 
wardrobe. 

Real-Ufee flowfrs deeerate lapels 
and drasi neMlngi o Sprint ooe- 
tumes BrlRht in color, they tone In 
ne rffiftiif ■f itK » m^m. I^Ki^m 

pastels in suH woolena wlikli era 




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Sailor: ^Yea, »nd the mate 
overboard during the storm and 
never seen again." 

Old Lady: "I suppose ha was 
drowned?" 

sailor (paOently): me; he 
apralned his ankle.:' 



IN COLLARLESS STYLING 
New Slim Line Jigger Coat in CoMarlcss Styling;. These Gay Swine 
Swaggtra Have Won the Approval o( the Younger Set in nr^ailar 
With Their Caaeel Uaea and Lovely Paatel Shadea. 



Island Tenor 
Now in Itcilyll 



Peli was re-eiected president oT the 
associatioa. and Major W. O- Cun- 
ningham was re-elected seoretary. 

Buchan. O Hardy and W 
Thompson were chosen to form the 

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Carl Horthy. operatic tenor, who' At thezaenplualon of the bualnew 
is poputar with Victoria audt(«u>es| <^ ^ mee^g, an enjoyable In- 
throuffa numarou* appearanoM heiwFO'™'^^ hour was spent, durlncJthlch 
in ooooert and operaOe work slnoe ^ pleaalnf entertainment waa pre- 
his student days, left London about ' Moted, eomprlslnc eongs by Reftaiald 



WANT PROOF ABOUT PRINCESS 
FLAKES FACTS?" 



nyt MRS D CAMERON, 
MJ1A PARK AVE , MONIMIAL, QUEBtC 




a fortniffht ago aitrr ,\ .succes.sful 
&hort conoert season which included 
a recital under the auspices of the 
Women's Canadian Gtub there. He 
U again In Milan, Italy, where he Is 
due to Kive a recital shortly before 
settling down to a period of oqech- 
ing. In. July he will aooompany his 
old maestro, Moratti, to SaUMuf. 
where Moratti has been er^gaged on 
the 1938 festival staff. Mr. Horthy 
expects to return to . this jwntlnent 
next Autumn for a leeMel tour, 
which will bring hbn back to<Vlc- 
torlj^ about tho end of November. 



Rvve.s and ivrltatlona by TjlT. Ifumy 
and Jampft Mcdrath. 



Retail MarkeU 



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pff/NCfst riAKis AcntAUYQim row hands a beauty trea tment 



War Veterans of 
Gallipoli Siege 
Meet at Reunion 



Victoria survivors of the OaUlpoU 
ca mp ai gn exchanged war-tine rand- 
nlseeitees at the reuiudn dtaner and 

annual me«»tlnij of the OallipoU 
V>i4 rans' A.s.sociation, held in Spen- 
. f-r .s diiiln«-room iset^nlffht, When 
P. O. Pen presided ^r an^tiend- 
anee numbering bftween tWnty and 
•furfy. 

At the annuaCmeetlng imme- 
diately ftonowlnir the dinner. Mr. 



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Calirornla 
Texas ... 
Lamon*— 

Oalltornia. 
Orantt»— 

CtTifon^ -Navtla, dea It te 
AustralUB Almeris OrapM, ptr Ik. . 
Apple*- 

Okanttan raney Mclntom Rada 

do« JS to 

Newton* $ lb*, for 

OKanaiBD Oelleloua doa. . .30 to 

Roman Beautlea T lbs. 

box 

Oookine t lb*, (or 

TaWe I lb*, for 

Okanaeaa Newtowna. S Iba (or 

Audralian Peara, par doe 40 to 

CalBvos. utiiKlL aseb ti lo 

Pineapple*, each M and 

airawbeinee feaakat 

Vccetablce 

California Pf»i. pfr l* 

Mrilcan Tomatoc* 3 Ibn. tnr 

Peppara, traan. pad lb 

Caultnowar. each lo ind 

California CabbacaOk lb. 

California Celery j (or 

Aaparacu*. per lb ii and 

California Lettuce, head. M, .19, 

8 (or . 

Salinaa'Lattuea. Mead t for 

and T 

r«:itorni* Yams S tBi, tOt 

Lix«I Par-li-y. p»r bunch 4. 

Hothouse Cucumbrti, each 

Paranlp*. lb {.... 

Pariley. per lb 

Rhubarh, per lb 

Onions, lb ...r...... 

AustraPan Onion*, per lb ■ 

CalKornia Carrota. 3 bunchea (or .. 

Turnip*, ib^ 

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Mim FOR 

pipeJkiival 

Members of Vancouver Is- 
land Society Present En* 
joyable Programme 



The social hall of the Britannia 

Branch. Canadian Legion, re-sound- 
ed lo tJie ."^kirl of th*- pipei last night 
when liie monthly meeting and 
social gathering of the Vancouver 
Islatvd Pipers' Society took the form 
of a reht'iir.sal lor the piping con- 
tests at the muslcai; festival, to be 
held next Saturday night. Pipe se- 
U'ctioii.s and quartettes were the 
principal features of an enjoyable 
programme, and the QuaUty of the 
piping heard last . night augun well 
for the coming festival. 

The large attendance at the meet- 
ing inclXKlcd several members from 
Up-Island centres. O^ptaln Chades 
Wilson president of the aoclety. 
occupied the chair. ' 

^mTomY or pipes 

The bktorjT^of the bagpipes 
formed the subJ(Mt of an Interest- 
ing address by Duncan MacBride. 
1 lie .speaker told the gathermg that 
the pipes had been traced a« far 
beck as 3.000 B.C.. when they were 
u.sed by the Chine.se. and he told of 
liieir place in tne hi.!»tory of Egypt, 
. Greece and Rome, menttonlnv alsof ^ 
I that the derivation of the pipe or- 
gan was to be found in the bag- 
l)lpt•^ Mr. Mac Bride congratulated 
the spclety on its excellent work in 
heeplnt ehra the eld traditlotu of 
the Scottish race. 

The proceedings opened wliii a 
pipe seleetiea br lientariaiU-Colonei 
Walter Bapty, who played the High- 
land salute. Scotland the Brave." 
Later Colonel Bapty, in a brief ad- 
drees, referred to the value of piping 
eompetltlona ' In s^tealatlng the 
youngor pipers to reg|||-S Wfher 
stage of perfection. 

CONCntT PEOGEAMMB 
The programme, arransed by Pipe- 
Major Donald Cameron, comprised 
pipe selectlonij by Colin P. Ruther- 
ford, Piper icnlfht. of the 2nd Bat- 
talion. Cenadtan flcottiah, and 
Pipers Knight and D. lllller; pipe 
quartettes by Corp^iral McLure and 
Pipers Knight, Crabb and MlUer. of 
the and Battalion: Richland dances. 
Strath.spey and Reel o' Tulloch. by 
a quartette compri&ing James Mac- 
beth, D. Macbeth, A. PoDock and 
C. P. Rutherford; sailor's hornpipe, 
by James Macbeth, and songs by 
Captain J. Adams and B. Morri.son. 
The Retreat was sounded by Piper 
Knight and Bugler A. Molr. 




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Yes, authoiitiet say decaying; 
food jdcposiu. io biddea cre- 
vices between ttjhh, sre" <be 

moti common source of this 
•ociai baodicap t- and ef much 
l^och '4eqiy. That's 
why they advise 

gaic'n Dental ("rc.im. 
its special p4Htlraiitigi 

foam thoroughly 



cleans each hidden crevice And 
a'soli.t(rit-frrc inftrrdieot solely 
polishes eeame^ fceepS'leerii 

sparkling brighL 

So brush teeth, gwmf, ttMgwe 
-with Colgate's at least twice 
daily. If not eatiiely setfsied, 

snid ihc empty tuhe x n 
Col{;aic s, Toronto, Oat. >X a 
win refund /wdyi what yoo paid. 




Little Stories _for Be dtime 

Jumper Pays Lightfoot iiCalh 

■ — By THORNTON' W. BT^ROESS '^^ll 




didn't •«• a eeriain grey feiai' 
a h ppiog tnm tree to tree • 



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itBrtlshr*. Pfr lb ■ 

Potatnri } lbs. for 

Washlnaton Spinach. 1 Ibi for 

T«sas Hplnaah, tnr lb 

Local' Ifotheuse-Tomatofs, per lb 

anil .'. 

^■r-. nl Potatoes 14 lb.s for 

A^h toU Orm* 10 lb» (or 

Calirornia New PotatoM^^.IM'. f«r 

riaa 

.tmoKfd R^<i Salmon 
aolrs. 3 lbs , 
Red Salmon, fb - 
Loral Cured Black Cod 
Lnrto Fiistfrn iClppcra, 
I o. jl K PUfri, I 

" h Cod 

smith OTRtert. -MiMTint .!"** 

Coo 

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Ii^s, lb , jo la 

'i,>-leis Krrrinc 

.Smoked Cod jo and 



Funny Facts 
Is Tlieme of 
Film Lecture 



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Through the 

COLONIST WANT ADS 



Fr^sh .imelts 
I sooka ShriBpa par lb ^..^T,.. 

rniruen. per lo 
l)urk«. p(-r lb 
Hi-ayjr Fowl, oar lb. 

Litht veet-m ife. 

Turew M. Jt and 

BMan Beat 
Prima Rio Baaf , . . JO to 

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Boiling Beef .' "." j j and 

Hamburter Steak 

Stew Baaf (I^ImiI I.:;; 

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Hie Best Buysin the^ity AreTAsiediar^ 

XoujrCom parison. ' 



f ' - lit on the road this SprUig . . r-4^te the kids^ 
ami hinch basket in the back^iUp^ Jii t^ie clutch ind 
you're away for hours of freedom, there'^^a^^ar to 
suit you in today's classified, one with thousa^yjls of 
trouble-free riiil^s » . . and at a price ygu it^ afford.-. 



A dl.stln^i.shcfi profcsbor of ^ 
noted university wa.s- delivering an 
address before a uroup oT bq^ness 
men. At it. ronrlii'lon a memifee- 
turer Joined Iwue with him. 
■ "flcienoe is of. he benefit to me " 
he lAsisted. 

• What i« your buslneag? 
the profp.vior. 

I "1 manulactore bfioee.- was lie 

l»p!y. 

"And wliore 

i ^' Z*^ ne*t_<l"«llon. "tf the 
law of gravity wefw suspended?" 



"Funny fteta and Piim« ■ win be 
the UUe ef « kuaaoious addreaa to 
be flTen by Ited Speaecr at- a ban'- 

quet and lecture to be held by the 
board at stewards and the Women's 
Assoclatloit of the PaMiaU United 
Chiuch In the sorisi room on Mon- 
day, May 0. The diianer wiUjcpm- 
mence at pJtS^UiA ttM laeture 
at 8 o'clock. ' 

The banquet also will observe the 
wiplni? off of the mortgage on the 
church niaiiAe. A ceremony, in 
which the mortgage wUl be burned, 
will take placf at the banquet. 

Mr., Spencer's address will be il- 
lustrated with technicolor motion 
picture (Urns, apd will take the audi- 
ence on a trip to Europe, with a 
long stop-over m Knfland. Mr. 
Spencer leathered many amusing 
.stories -during his trip, end the lec- 
ture should prove both highly en- 
tertaining and Instructive. Tickets 
may be secured from any member 
of the rhurch. 



heart of the Oreen Ftorest, anti be- 
cause he was thinking of Lightfoot 
and how pleasant It would be to see 
him once more he forgot to watoh 
eut ea Aarply as usual. This it how 
Ifr happen.^ that he didn't see & cer- 
tam grey form slipping from tree to 
tree behind lUm, keeping out' of sight 
aa much aa poaidMa. but a^l th« time 
drawlnf nearer and nearer to 
Jumper. It was Old Man Coyote, 
and his eyes gleamed with hunger 
and a ag e m ees and eunnlng. As aoftly 
as a shadow, now running gwlftly 
from on* tree to another, now 
crawling on his stomach, he followed 
Jumper, and as the distance between 
thern grew less and less. Old Man 
Coyote grinned and licked his llpe 
and his mouth watered. ^ 

But Jumper knew nothing about 
this Of roiirse It was very careles.s 
of him not lo be watching, and not 
at all like him, for he is such a timid 
fellow that usually he s\]spects dan- 
ger 'where no danger In But his 
head was no filled with the thoiuht 
of calling on Ughtfoot that for the 
time being MS forgot everything el v 
Bv nnd bv he r.-vnip 'n a path In t!ip 



way and that way among the young 
lree.s, and. looking up. Jumper saw" 
«ii< :<' .ii : Uoi'o tender young 

twigs had been -bitten 'o g. ^*r~*" 

Hs did not jump down lale the 
path, but hopped along on Uie crust 

beside it Prae apHy it Jiowached^ 

He kept ta tliie right, and after a 
little "^tliis led him to a place where 
paths seemed to nm in every direc- 
tion. Jimiper sat up and Rcratohed 
his iieadras If that ought t^tlp him 
deeide-eniMi one to take.. Bet H 
didn't, and he wiui stiU sitting there 
wondering which way to go when 
over by some low heiAlock trees he 
saw what looked for aU the world 
like bare brown bran<(^ee sticking 
out of the !>now; only as he loohsd 
they moved. * 

Jumper thumped the herd snoil^ 
crust lightly Instantly a beautiful 
head appeared above the snow, and 
on It were those l^re brown 
branches. Tliey .were the herna of 
Ughtfoot the Deer, who had been 
taking a nap in Hm aheltsT tt the 
hemlock trees. . ^. . 

"rye eome te asaks' e'eant* 
Jumper. 



Next stonr: 
Reception." 



CABO PABVT 



Jumper the Hare was spending a 
very comfortable Winter He knew 
I hat socna of i^^^^y^y^ wave 
complaining blttei}y of hard times. 
He knew that Reddy and Oranny 
Pox, Roughleg the Hawk. Hooty the 
Owl, and Old Man Coyote were not 
finding it the easiest thing in the 
world to mi their stomadia. Re knew 
it by the per.sUtent way In which 
they hunted iilm. When food was 
plentiful, none bothered him much. 
Of course, he had to watch out not 
to be caught napping, but he never 
was what yoy would call hunte'd. 
Now, howevef. it seemed as If one or 
another was on his trail most of the 
time But this didn't worry Jumper 
- as much as you might think It would 
have. You see. he has a great deal 
of faith in those long legs of hi*, 
and, truth to tell, he rather enjoyed 
the- exercise of a good run now and 
then. , Besldea, .lt was good for the 
dlgestloh. 

So altogether Jumper had little to 
complain of. He fOund plenty to eat, 
auch aa It waa. a IftUe taadsr baik 
and budr which were wtthla leaoh 
by slttbig up very straight or eren 
standing on his hUid legs when 
necessary. It waa very slqaple fare, 
but there waa.ell ha needed, and so 
he had no complaint. 

One day It popped Into his head 
that he hadn't , seen e certain old 
friend for some<llme. He had seen 
most of his other friends, his cousin, 
Peter Rabbit, Mrs r,n»u.se. Happy j 
Jack Squirrel. Chatterer the Red 
jSquirrel, Drummer the Woodpecker. 
Tommy Tit the Chickadee. Sammy 
Jay. Yank-Yank the Nuthatch, and 
Prickly Porki^-the Porcuphie. his 
enemies he had seen "rather more 
than enough. But there was one 
old friend whom he had qulte^Jgr- 
gotten to think of since the Whiter 
had set in. tt < wui P gl it foot the 

Deer 

"Let me think," muttered Jumper, 
with one hand on Ms forehead. 

"Where w ould L ig ht foot be likely to 

.■(tav in such hard weather as we snow. It was a deep path, for the 
have been having lately? He!ll belsnow was deCfTlhd this path had 
where he can get enough to eat amrj been made by somedne who couid 
where he . will have shelter to keep | not walk on the cni/rt as could 
him warm Ha' T know Mie very ! Jumper ajid t^e other little people, I hii enormotM 
place! I wouldn't be a bit sur- someone who was heavy and whojie I standing • noee 
privid if he is there. I bellerc 111 feet cut through almost |to the mouth '• 

ground. Jumper chucklf-d < Manager- "T know 

— _"Just as I thoughti'^aaid he, ahd i be eesv, to Identify If 
followed the path. Tt'woulid ttlitR'Rrf 



Oelie 



Mr and Mrs. Pjstrle. "The Firs.'* 

Lanipsoo Street, entertained for thf 
BsquimaJt Community Club on Fri- 
day evening, ten tables of five 
hundred and fourteen of oourt whist 
being in procrcas. The i- • p'l .n 
rooms were bcautilitlly decorated for 
the occasion with antlrfhlnumB and 

Spring flo'.ver.s given by Mes.sn. 
Mftvnaid and Jackson. Pnzes for 
five hundred were 'wen by Mrs. J. 
Koyl, Mrs H. Prior. Mrs. H. 
Sweeney, and Messrs. U Jarvls. J. 
Holltgan aiirl J .st*>wart Court 
whist winners were Mrs. T. Jen- 
nings, Mrs. F. Kerredge, Mn. R. 
Myles. M...,rs W Ca-sM^n. B T 
Derry, and Mrs. W. Bllgh. A opat 
check room wail In ehaage ef Mr. 
and Mr.s R BenMinm. the prbie 
accompanying this bemg won by 
B. T. Derry. Assisting IDe. Patrla 
In serving lefreahaunta weiw Mrs. 
M MrDuff. Mrs; J. llaynard, Mrs. 
A Parkinson, Mrs. J. Mgrleg. i 
.Mrs. Bentham.- Sr. " • * 



gostraiehtovertheie now and make 

him a call." ' , 

So Jumiier turned toward tha 



Partner: '.'But why did you engage 
that man as eaahle^^ He squints. 

a Mg. out- 



but 
he 



he will 



HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS? 



*H£r mum/ THAT 

NEW IMPROVED PALMOLIVE 

/smiipiiioiimyskin/'' 



^ vi? or » , . hf *P' •V" aod soft witbooc tmcation. 

NLW PLRFUME . . . s delighcliil. refresliiBg seeec HARDER ... 

I^iti longer, mdrc economictL ~ 

That's what a »lighf ihange in dir fr>rmula has done U>r 
Palmolive. Now, Its gentle, foothina blend of costly Olivs sad 

^ "''fri it more effective than ever before. 

('( ( ^ cakrt of the new improved PslnK>liva. Seeli«wiBudi 
hctur >ou like ic* flew, delicste mildness, iu flftw, dsilghtfiil 
S ptvfumc. See bow quickly it briags to your skia a fresher, l«feUee 
* youiafidqeH^ 



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The Daily Colonist 



CLASSIFIED AD DEPARTMENT 



EN 8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. 



A tramp 
I tage and 

I help him cn his way. 
J "But you're a blg. strong. healthy- 
looking men." said the cotuger. 
Why don't you do some work? " 
•Well, madam," said the tramp. 
I with a Bhra^ of his shoWdefs, "1 11 
j tell you my trouble. Tm what they 
call an iwi happy medium " 

"Unhappy niedlum. ' echoed the 
other. "What do you mean by 
tha^?* • 

"Tm too light for heery work^ and 
ton heavy -fer.liiiu wefK," vea^the 
reply. 



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Treetmeiit 

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lendy massage iato y 
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THE DAILY COLON^IST, VICTORIA, B,C., SUNDAY; MAY 1, 1938 




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Festival WllUJpcn on Tucsda^^ 



Competitors FromAfak 
Arrwing to Take Part 
In Qreat Musical Event 

Bon.^. G. M. Weir, Minister of Edudidon, to 
Offidpite at Formalr Opening Tuesday Niglit 

^ A< nnt United Cimrch — Entries Toi«l 

826-^Noted Adjttdieators / 

W ~ 



ITH a tnt,il of 820 entries, which is exactly 120 more 
than last year; a conspicuous strengthening in the 
lidiM' md mixed choir competitions, fratifsring rspr«- 
•cntation from Portland, Tacoma and Wenatchee, as well as 
from Vancouver and Up-Island centres; and a distinguifhed 
roup of British and Canadian adjudicatora. this yeiir*s Victoria 
usicol Festival will start its fivf-days* sessions at nine o'clock 
pn Tuesda;^ morning.— Prom then until the clo^ie of the com- 
petitions late on Saturday night, m usics! VictotiirAKuratively 
speaking', will be on its tiptoes, either at actusl psHkipantt in 
the Festival, or as partiiuin listeners. 

I** formal opening will take place ' committee hope to present on this 
at 8 oVlock Tiif^day at the First orra-slon, arp Sir Hugh Robprtnii. 
iTnlted Church, when Hon. Dr. O 



M. 

Weir, Mli.l^t<T of EducatlMi; %m of- 
0cl»te. He will be introdu6e<l by. the 
^fiulra! Festival president. Dr. Rlch- 
pird Ffltnn. who will alao lntrodur« 
Itie nve adjudlo^tors. In addltlpn 
Id the nve eompetltlve Items ar- 

Cnged for that evening, there wUi 
the pffsenlatloh of prizes to The 
^nners i» the J ^tt t al' pos ter eon- 

m AMUMCATOBS 

The fhe adjttdlcatons. whom the 



OUsgow, Scotland, who is judging 
the choral work; SteuarV W41fion. 
London, England, adjudicator of the 
vockl solo work; Maurice Jacobson, 
n\sn of l..oiidon. who will judge all 
instrumental work; Mrs. .Cot^worth 
Clarke. Vancouver, adjudicator of 
the fott-danclng; and Mrs, a H. 
Dunbisr, TCamloops, will judge the 
elocution. 




choirs, while ent^rM under One 
I name, bring In from twenty to slatji; 
or more singers. . . i 
A4uU fhnlrs 



ACUQUiSlj^ 

For Instance, In 



Trio. All the others com- 
peting are from Vletoria. 

THE TROPHIES 
With the cessation pi trp(>hy-givlng 
to the schools, some of' the hand- 

soincbt awards of .the Festival with 
Ue cjuXcscent-thls year. A new trophy 
Iteled among the "spf^ iab ' i.s the 
"Harold Samuel Me moria l Trophy," 
presented by Mrs. X. QTCamereh for j 
TngtRSt pmrks Trrar dea f of the r en - 
j derlng of afijLBSiSlLJaumber. 

I Competitors and the general pub- 
' He alike are asked by the oommlttee 
to note specially that the Friday and 
Sutiirday nlg^t programine.s will 
lake place jit^^ie Bayjire Theatre m- 
stead of at ^ Flnt Untied C%m:ch, 
as last year. 

FE8TIVAJL SLMMARY . 

nf the week's pragramme, day by 

dayr"'^ — .... ■ 

Tstidjy, May 3. 
mST UNITBd CHV^CV 

(9 a.m.) 

Cluis 5»-^Vocal solo; girl; 13 to 16 
year8;^aeoompanled. 
Class 63— Vooal solo; firl; II to 

16 yfars. "* — ' — 

(2 p.m.) 
Class 10— Orade l choirs. 
Claas ll^rade a choirs. 
Class 12— Grade 3 choirs 
ClasTlS— Grade 8 choirs ipre- 
limlnary). ' 

<8 p m ) ' 
Official Owning. ~ - 
~ Pr sse n taWoo^el poster prises. 
Class 15— Oradetkjgholrs ( final >. 
ClUS 33— TSeH soTb; operatic; 
men. 

Class 81— Pianoforte; IntermeiHa^ 



Headi^A^Te 

Festiral Plaas- 



in 



The 830 entries represent beti^een 
Ave and six thousand active partlcl- 
pant4<-as — ©t(('h of the iium<rou.s 



VIOLET FOWKES Wn°c'c 

m 

jvm 1. MABON BLOCK. 1IU ooysaiiiifeN* AWatr-woim « sees ' 

SalM, Oiara 'T. r.»- .^ t%9, HJ^Uand mv\ "■' '-m Ttiittliie 

D>7 and Kvrnlnc CUim a<|pHs •>« ChlMfM 


UNA CALVERT 

PIANO and THEORY 

For Appointment 

TELEPHONE G 3794 


Margaret Pringle 

TIACHER OF PIANO AND THfOftY 
ACCOMPANIST 

Studio: 1SI4 Gladstone Ave. • Phone E 6078 


.LUCY BC 

Myi. Iac„ Victoria lit 
PIANOFORTE • THEOItY . HA 
Std^ie: 1419 HarriMN Street 


)SWARD 

livtrtity of Manchester 
IM<>NY AND COUNTERPOINT 


• PkeM. E9763 


MARJORIE TEBO, L.R.S.M. 

LONDON - — • 
PIANO . TMIOtr - NARMONY 

-f E7065 Sludm W LinH«n A»fnuc 


ISABEL PIKE 1 

A T ( M. 

TIACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY 

' tiarfis: 122 CimbridH Stfstt . 
E8127 

a 


MRS. E. S. FOOT 

VIOLIK - 'CELLO . PIANO^ 

721 Linden Ave. - E4952 
1 



St. Ann s Academy 

Victoria, B.C. _ 

T1»« ffichinq of mu»ic in tSii Acjdcmy, conducted by the Siitcn of St Ann. 
IS bated on the course outlined by the Royal Academy, London, England, and 
tlie Teieete Cansenratery ef Mpk, aed \uit H the. ttaelwn' certifkatet 
•warM ^ Ihoae MHegeialwrf Kbeeh ef meak. 



POR PURTHIR INFORMATION PHONI SISHR SUfiRIOR AT 6S5» 



Beatrice Griffin 



» T r M. 



PIANO AND THEORETICAL SUBJECT 



s«««i«i eaa mitaM* atmm 

' a 



BBiia 



MARIE GEORGE 

Piaeeferte Tlieory 

STUDIO: 1271 McKENZlE STREET 

PrtHntiees far liaeiiaatiDea 
imaitis 



Mary McCoy Jameson, L.T.C.M. 



Studio: 



TEACHER OF THE ART OF SINGING 
Mrmr.rr R c mmIo TMeheff 

1001 FOUL BAY ROAD 



l»37 



Maquinna Daniels 

UB.S.M. 
VeSallkm WInnrr. rr«llTml 
Pianist, Accompanist and Teacher" 
rtinvr »; to 
StudU: ItM Brouhtun M. Fhnnr \ ixi i 



Jennie F. Wilkinson 



VIOIIN AND VraiA ^ 



nSO R,,\lyn Roj<l 



Phone G4048 



MISS DOROTHY FRANCIS 

Pupil oF Alfrid Marchot, Conservatoire RoyiU of BruiieU 
VIOUN STUDIO; 2016 OXk lAY AVENUE - PHONE G 4667 
MIMICft I.C. M.T.r. 



stronger this year 
pOrade B gfoup. 

thore arc five entries as compared 
with two last .year. Four of these 
(FairtieW. Centennial, Fii:i I3ap»L<f 
and St. Andrew's iPresb> tcrian ) are 
local: ooe. the Hlnson Memorial 
Baptist Church rh.>ir. Portland. Is 
the first to enter Uus c;)nt€St-li»m 
outside VMatUL. 

The ^>ntrl^.s in the ladles' choir 
cla.sa and the male voice choir clas.^ 
have ako been particularly gratify- 
ing. Both of these contests, It.should 
be dioted. wiU take place cm the last 
niKht of the Po.stlval. Of tho three 
entries in the former dadle.s' choir 
class), tero local, the Georgia n 
Choristers and the Ariel Stngers, 
and one comes from Portland, vft., 
thi' Muiida^ Mii.siL-al Club. TliLs lia.s 
! forty voices. Two of the three male 
j choirs competing the same night are 
I from out.slde Victoria, via, the Na- 
I nalmo .\tcn .s Mu.'-ical Club and the 
I C P.R. Male Choir of Vancouver. 
j^The third choir is local, the Masonic 
'Male Choi r. • 

SCHbOL CHOIRS 

AllhouRh for- a tiirc it apeared 
pa^.'^ible that .s< h<>ol choir.s mi^ht not 
be heard owlnn to a bulletin l.'i.sued 
last year by the Provincial Depart- 
'metiit of Mucation intimating dis- 
approval of competitive .slnKinit In the 
the .schools. sulj.-eiiuenL rrpie^eiita- 
tlons made to the Supe.-lnieiident of 
Education resulted in a modification 
of the stateinent, whereby no marlu, 
. UD... r;bbou.s or certificates were to 
Ije II > arded, .but school choral and 
foik-. ong groups "wWt: to be per- 
formed on a c ompa rative basis in 
school hours, and ^irecall" groups to 
be Klven an-A.^ B-plUf or BTfettiq; by 
the adjudlcat<^. ' - 

TMs means that thi< schools will be 

tifard. and probablv e\en iiiTter 
happier' auspices tlian ever before. 
Entries are excellent, land the-chil- 
dreiv It la reported, are excited at 
the proepect of once more giving to 
the public the rwulti of their Joyous 
year's choir woik. 

/ ^^OLO CLASS 
The operatic class, which shows 
fifteen' entries in the women's sec- 
tlon, seven In the m^'s. has made 

one of tiic blRge.st Inr-ren-es in the 
solo group. Another vocal f.o\o class 
which sbovs a dLsUnct gain Is ibe 
lieder group, with eleven entries, and 
there a^e five entrle.s, r,s com))ared 
with three la.st year, in the baritone 
.<:61o class. Soprano, mcjKzo and con- 
tralto sdlo classes are all strdnger. 

One of the biKC<<t cla-ves In the 
Festival is the vocal solo clafis for 
girls under thirteen,.- in which thirty.- 
.seven are competing. The contest 
piece is "The Wee Folk." which is 
the .Mune AS that Riven the same 
class at the Winnipeg \^u.sical Fe.sti- 
vai reoen^, when ninety girls com- 
peted. Seventeen girls are eomp*4- 
ln(? in the '16 to 19 j'ear.s" vocal solo 
cla.ss. 

With fifteen, entries scattered 
among the trio. du*T." solo, and In- 
strumental fi;roup.«;, Tarnma heads 
the United States toAns 
competitors. Portland and Wenat- 
chee will be welcomed once more. 
The former city has been a .K»nste- 
tent sup|i.>rier of the Victoria Fes- 
tival. Of the British Columbia 



( fuia l ). — 

■Cia.ss SS^ Vocal solo; soprano; 
grade A. 

Claaa 4— Commercial and other 

choral sncictif.^ . 



BAril.S^: illLKCH 

(• am.) 

Pkui ) ^olo; grade 1. 
-Piatio solo;_ g|;ade 



KIK.SX 

Class 72 
Class 73 
girls. 

Class T^Plano woko; 'Jgrado^ 3; 
boys. * • * 

<?las8 M— Piano duet; frads 1. 

<2 pm) 

Class 74— Piano solo; frade S; 

boys. 

Class 88 Pi uio duel; grade 3. 
Ckusi 80 — Piano solo ipre-inter- 
medlate). 
Class 81— Piano solo; tntermediate 

fprrttmlnary). 

(S'.A HI -Piano .'-o;c), .senior. 

flMUt BAPTIST C'HUBCH 
(Lower Hall) 
(» a.m,) 

Cia.ss l.V) Eloci^tlon; primary; 
girls, under 10 years, ^ 
Class 151— ElotfaQon; * primM7, 

\tn\s uiuler 10 year.s ' " 

Claas 152— Elocut^ou; Junior; flrls 
10 to IS years. 

< 2 p m ) 

Ciiuss lo7— Elocution; senior: girls 
16 to to y ens . 

CUI.SS i.^B Elocution; *senior: boys 
16 to 19 yeans. 

CjBuss 16»— Elocution; Canadian 
poetry; 12 to 17 years« 




DR. RUIMRD rtLTO.V 
PrMldeal •( Moaical raatlval AmelMloo 

Class 65— Piano sight reading; 
juiiiur, under 15 years. ' 

ciusa U6 -Piano sight reading; 15 
to 19 yraw. ^ rrr — Z.sr~ 

Class 7S— Pianp solo; Junior: boys. 

Claas SS-^Piano duet; intermedi- 
ate. 2 

QIbA >0— Piano duet; senior, 

rnST BAPTIST CHUBCH 
(Lowe r Hall) 
(» ajn.) 

t 

Class 153— Bociitton; Junior; boys 
10 to 13 veaim. 

'Class 163 — Elocution ensemble ; 
Jiiniar; under 14 years. 

Class 164— Elocution; Junior dwm- 
plonshlp. 

Class 155— Elocution; Intermedi- 
ate;, flrla 13. to 16 years. 
— Class 156— Boeution; Intermedi- 
ate;: bojrs is to 16 years. 

(2 p.m.) 

Class 159— Elocution; open; ladies. 

Cia.->s 1 GO— Elocution; open; men. 

Class 165— Elocution ensemble; se- 
nior; oyer 19 years. 

Class 161— iSocutlon: senior cham- 
pionship. 

0\kss 16t— Bocutton; open cham- 
pionship. 



Eleanora Barfpot 

' Aiiociatt Hirpiit, Trinity Colltgt, LendM V 

Piano, Harpy Theory of Music 

G 236r 914 Oliver St., Oak Bay 



centres outside Victoria. V«incouver ' girls. 



_W6dM«day, 4 

rUWlT^UNITEP CHVBCH 
(9 a m » 

piass TfP- Vocal trio; girls, boys or 
mixed; 16 to 19 years. , 

Class 71— Vocal quariettc; girls, 
boys or mixed; 16 to 19 years. 

Cia.ss 31— Vocal iBio; soprano; 
grade B. 

Clas« 39— Vocal solo; mezao-so- 

prano; grgde B. 
Cia.ss 29— Vocal duct; lemaie. 
(S p.m.) 

Cl;u-s 19 Pulih- rural elementary 
school cholr.s, 3, 4 or 5 room. 
Class 13— orade 4 chbli*. 
Class 16— Oradea 7 and I choirs 

(prrllmlnary). 

'8 p 

Qli^ 16— Oradea 1 and • choirs 
rflnkn. 

Class 120-<(trlnf quarUtta; se- 
nior. - 

Claaa 164r-Boicutlon ensemble; 
interniediate; 13 to 19 years. 
.Class 33— Lieder.' 
Class tt— Piano , aplo; amateur; 
open. 

Clasa 1— Mixed choirs; grade A. 

FIRST tiNiTsD cmiBcir 

Otehsa l re—) ' 

(9 a m ) , 

, Clas-s 61 Vocal solo; girls under 
13 yiXTs: 

Class 57— Vocal solo; girl under 13 
yeaM; accompanlst^under IS-years. 
Cla.<n 56"Vocal solo; boy under 
sending 12 yea*»; accompanist under 12 

PIS8T BAPTIgT tmiBCB 
(9 a m > . 
Class 75— Piano eolo; 



Thursday, May 5 

PUWT UMTKD ( HUBCH 

. (9 ajn.) 
Olaaa 60— Vocal aoio; girl or boy; ,16 
to 19 years; aacoB^p anlst; 16 to 19 

years. 

Claas 68— Vocal duet; glrls, boys 
ot mixed: 16to.l9yean. 
Claas 45— Vocal solo; baritone; 

grade B. 

Class 42 — Vocal solo; tenor; 
grade A. 

Clasa 34— Vocal sok>: oratortb; 
ladles. 

Class 35— Vocal side; dratorlo; 

men. 

(3 PA.) 

cia.ss 127- — Orcbs^hi; rhytlunlc; 
public school. 

Class 14— Grade 5 choirs. 

Class n— Public school oompoalte 
choirs (preliminary). 



Class 43— Vocal solo; tenor; 
grade B.- 

(• pjn.) 

Class 17— Pub|le~ school composite 
ckoirs •(final I 

Claas 64 — Piano solo; senior oham- 
ptonship. 

Vocal winner. . — 

Class 113— Senior strings stf«m- 
ble. 

Vooal Winner. " - 
Claas lai— Chamber ensemble;^ 

vocal and instrumental. 
Class 3— Mixed choirs; grade C."- 

naar munnjcmsucm. 

(9 a.m.) 

Class 87— Piano due(; grade 3. 
Class 91— Plane tri6: under 12 

year.s 

Class 97 — Piano acconipanunent. 
Junior; tmder 16 years. ' 

C\9M 9^pl»na; i^ooompanlment; 
Open. ' ' . 

Class 99— Violin ; grads li 

cia-ss 100— viojm; grads 1. 

Class 101 -violin; junior. 

Class 106— Viola; Jimldr. . 
(2 pjn.) 

Class 119— Jmior strings chaai' 

plonshlp. 

Class 109— Violoncello; interme- 
diate. 

Class 102— Violin; Interna^edrate. 

Class 104— Violin; open. ^ 

Class 79— Plane solo; Junior 6ham- 
plonshlp. 

cia.s.s 49— Vocal soloj own aoeom- 
panunent. 



Miss Dorothy Cox 



Ucmbrr Roxl Acadrmr of Dmnoiiif. 
Amo i»ir Imi'i rial .'-..> 'ety I'i>»c .r » 
Qkn^inc. London. CnsUnd. 



TMi; WlMliR-N St HOOC OT .DAMCINO- 

AU SfkBObM. Includiht T»p, B*ilroom and |S»oteh. From Befinntri IS aSvaaord 
StaOvntr. Trmlnfri for ^'ntr unrt T*»ehlBS. 

studio: U«S*'Bw«»tl A^anua (Oi<i ■ ^ . • - - S 7««e 



'I 



Miss Ethel Janles 

TcaclMr ef f \»*n and Singias 
PspS ef Maiam* Blkorbr MMffeMk •! 
rarto. SSMUiut or tnr ( nrw«a W a l srts 
. Hathad far ChUdra*. 

Sta^: 14l^fer»Slires». Rk«tt^f4640 



Mirioii Rpberh 



I Prapjred fori Fctfival 
Entniindtioni, It Oetirtd 

issTiuacwooo ^ 



DANCE DISPLAY 



By 



Hprimcf Clough Dance Academy 

FRIDAY, MAY 21^^ 

Royal Victoria Theab^ 



Further Announcement 




Friday/ May 
F(BST IM I KD ,pHURCH 
~ i9 a.m.)' ■ 
cia.v.s 41— Voea^ solot oontralto; 
grade B.* 

Clia 4*--T'0eil TOIST "bWltbne; 
grade A. 

Class 40H-Vocal solo; oontralio, 
grade A. 

Cla. s 46 — vocal .solo: bass; 
grade A- 

p.m.) 

Class 19ii-^Junl0r choirs; High 
School, 

Continued on Page II', Colanui 4 



MARION C. MacGOVERN 

IXPERIENCED TEACHER Of PIANO AND THEORY 
Pisae Clatsce Paplii fm*t%i ler IsSMieatiees, 



Kflcitsli 



G2f7l 



STUDIO: 1147 QWANA 



Prof , J, B. Hoffman^ 
SchooK-pf Music 

$17 FOtT STtirr , . " 

Oflara Tm OraaUBl OeeartwUtr TawarSi OktebUM • Tharawh Trmtalatf ,|a 
the AK ■faiialie t»r Ofm. OrtUH*. CMMdH. BMtot SIM cieieM* CfWSM 
la naa«i nanMBy laMraMitoUMk * 

Maal 0»-t«-Dato SalMlltIa Mathatft. Ba»M A«rMa«a«««. Ma4«r*U FaM. 
,:«t StMl* 0»«a DslU Ptaai 10 A.M. la * P.M.— Sladta Phana. G MM. 



•KNABE* 

"WORLD'd BEST PIANOFORTE" 
Aga^h Chosen for the Piano dUiies 

VICTORIA MUSICAL FESTIVAL, 1^38 

KNABK PIANOS 

. ^e. L>cd and luidoiscd hy llic World's 
Most Famous Artists 



RBPRESBNTATIVB8 FOR VANCOUVBR ISLAND 

Willis Pianos, Ltd. 




PHONE G2512 



720 FORT ST., VICTORIA 



grade 3; 



Is the heaviest contributor, with en- 
tries scatt ered ali through the fes- 
tival programme. 

Ladles' trios number six this y e a r, 
among them being the Tacoma 
Ladles' Trio and the 



. Class T7-^Plano .solo: Junior; gtrLs 

(2 p.m.) ' " 
ClsAs 93— Qui. ic piano studjr; Ju- 
nior; under 14 year.^. 
Class 94-r.Qulck piaiia st idy, in 
Natfilmo ! termedlate: undir J8 years. 



Helen Ockcnden iMrSa Milton White 

A.TvCiM., LiKiSiMif LsM^sa 

I TsBsksr ef PIsae saj Tliee^ 



SMie: 1)10 Gevtreeieet Strser 
Plieae 06407 



tiacmh m mm ' 

1.»a<>ka<hkr rttarlrlaa TaatM 
('aafklat far Tarania rnn«»T*aiarT and 

■\ StHdie: Suitt I, 8SI Fort St PHona E92I6 i 



KATHLEEN IRVINE 

iWlldr of Pidne (nd TWdory - - . - ArcoAiptnitU 
ilZ7 QUADtA ST. . STUDIOS: SUITE 6. 1 1 10 (iOVERNMINT ST. 



FESTIVAL WEEK 

SPECIALS 

ENGLISH IMANO by Chappell ft C©:... ..fSO.OO 

NKWCOMHK PIANO ..... _.«75.00 



KIMBALL PIANQ 



AbS raS^eiaae Vtaaaa'anlL^VIalaiirrlloi. nAabl«^Rtti an4 DraM> AS B«Maa. 
•Mr MmS StrlaM.aa4 fea«i far. Ail X«»aa it S4»«Mn« ImUmmmIAi ' 

HICKLING'S MUSIC STORE 

709 JOHNSON STKHET 



VictoriaJllusical Festival 




JMIOIiNlN^, AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSIONS 

9 A.M.r 2 P.M. and 8 P.M. 



COMPETlllOSS AT ALL SESSIONS 

■• -' . ■ 

r 

FIRST UNITED CHURCH— Adult and Junior Vocal and Cliurai. 
FIRST BAPTIST CHUilGH— Pianoforte and String5^ 

FIRST BAPTIST SCHOOLROOM— lUoQUtion TT.ucM]a> and \Vcdnesda>). 
VICTORIA HIGH S CHQQ L— F o lk Danc i rty (I?f uk » aii,| HITui ffay)r— — 



EVENING COMPETITIVE SESSIONS AT FIRST UNITED CHURCH 

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday • i ^ . . 

SPECIAL FOLK DANCE AND FOLK SONG EVENING. EMPIRE THEATRE, FRIDAY 



GRAND FINAL-SESSION 

Empire Tbeatre, Saturday, 7 ;30 P.M. ^ 

ADMISSION— >T. : nn :: and afteinoon- Sf uion s r A duUg^ 2ScVefctf4ren' twdgf 12. 15c Evening sesjions: Adults, 
,50c; childr^jh under 12. 25 c, except Sa turday, when 50a.Jimst be paid V everyone. 

SUSTAINING MEMBBRSHIPS -Up tof the final day of the Festival, ti cket. cn.«;n|| f:y ^ y-*' : lo all uiurum*. 
•ftemoon and evening sessions and qualtfyhlf holder as a member of the association. - ' 



MEMBERft^IP-^-Cesting $1.L«J. a>lmittin« free to all ni^.rninRand afternoon se^M.-ns an'! Iialf priir to r^'•nin{r ses- 
sions Of .ftieiaay, Wednesday;- TtruTiday tnU. Friday, on sale from any member oi the I r.iuai Comuiutce or 
Women's AttxiMary. , . . 



DETAILBXX IPKOORAHTMES 



now on ^ale at all nitt«ic More^ and at the Festival office. R33 Yatr< Sfrr.-t. 




14 



-^WiM>AlLY COLONIST/VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. MAY 1. 1^38 





HEANEY'S 







U'lt' 


¥1 



PHONE 
GARDEN 

1194 



IJ there^s furniture to he 
nuked ifJK^iVf; F 
do the work!- 





Wc ar« specialists in our work ... our uniformed 
voHlfiM arc traintd to handlt yo«r furnitcrt, 

carefully, efficiently jnd with no damage fo floors 
or wells. Every possible precaution is taken to 
Mftguerd your posMtsioiM . . . raKtving you~«f 
VMiy mmI fCtpoiktibUity. 



HPVrtla ve t^e Eq u i pnMnt. 

~~ for Every Type ^" 
— of Moving 



Our fleet of trucks are prepared to care for any 
order. Baggage or parcel delivery, single pieces ol 
furniture or your entire household effects . . . 
WC have the proper truck or van to handle the work. 
For heavy hauling, too, safes, machinery, etc., we 
have rugged tractor linits and a bif hioiif track, 
the only one of iff, kind in Iht city. 



Thm OUUat E9talM$hed CaHa0€ Company in Vidorin 



HEANEY'S 




FOR ANY TYPE 



OF HOUSE 




Is la ea Inespeaiive home or eo 
^ eUborata HifeatlcMi, ardikKti jad cnntractorii are 

recommend inx 

>^GYPROC FIREPROOF WALL BOARD 

for all interior walls and oeilioga. 

Owner* are quick to cMOSBlia Ao ■eanr e^MMMaMa 
Of iMiof GYPROC^ 

ft la Wro-pfoo f - m ade Crom miaent gypMua tock— 
will not hum oor let fire pass throufk it. 

Ic ia PcrofaoMK — will aof crack, warp or sag. 

likt • tmootli, scamlcsfl nirfacc — perfect for any 

type of decoration. 

Ecooomical — it speeds up building, fct there is no 
■■■■■ lamvaa la na crv 



laeapeailie" Gyproc^ith ita maoy 

ao tnore thaa other fnferior materials. 

If ycm »re ron^iderinfi a new hou<e, or t|i»rpmotlrlling 
€>f your present home, get the faas about GYPRCH,. 

^ritt mi <a W < t y /ar /rw tampUt mtid mt^fml it^fmrmnfitm. 

...L> oiaa 



FIRE PROOF 

WALL BOARD 





comjo 

FINISH rani 

J I. ■ -~ 

Final Section of Fuel Inquiry 
Not Yet in H a n cto M 7^ 
Government 



AppetaiMl on Movembar M. IIM, 

U\f report of the Macdonald Com- 
mission on costs and proflta in the 
Brltlah Columbia f^el induetry hui 
not yet ^een completed. wUb • third ! 
and flnal wotkm of the report ettU I 

ti) be placed Id th«- head* 0(i thi'l 

Provincial Oovfrninent. | 
The first two sectlona of the re- 

port. -deaiiog aepmitoly wUh coal 
and petroleum, were filed with the 

Province last year, but the third 
section Is still to come. The first 
two parts of the report have been 
la the hgnde of the King's Printer 
for eome ttane, anti wUl be pubUehed 
i shortly In printed form. 

The Inquiry was Conducted with 
Mr. Justice M. a: ICaodcnald as 
conunlssioner, and C. H. OVMHMLi 
K.C., now ICr. Justice CtwBKHS, 
as chief counsel. It held sittings at 
the chief cities in the province, and 
also visited eoal aniMf and ptl re- 
fineries, besldee-intagliig special 
auditors. ' • ' ' * " 

It wa.s H.s a result of the cop unls" 
sior^ s prelimi nary and iater rwirti 
th4t-4hV~~Provlnoe announced re- 
cently ereaUOn of a fuel control 
board, under Dr. W. a Carroihers 
a.s sole commissioner Until the re- 
port is completed, however, the Oot- 
emment' is not emiee(ed to peooaed 
far with actoal' eoDtnl of tiit itael 
Industry. 



=^PRINTED 
SHEERS 

1m. 

For Lovely Summer Days 



mm FESTIVAL 
WILL OPEN til£ 



Beauty Lovers From All Over Con- 
tinent Expected paring Week 
SUrtlag 



Wednesday of Uiis week will aee 
tic opening of "Spring Oaidens 
Week. • a unltjue eight-day festlvil. 
which Is attracting the attention of 
garden and ijeauty lovers all over 
the North American continent to 
Victoria^ Spohsosed by the manage- 
nioni ofthe Empre.-w Hotel and held 
under the au&plces of the Vancouver 
i5:iand Horticultural AKDrtatioin. a 
programme has . been • arranged, 
w hich wlinnterest visitors and Vic- 
torians alike. 

Besides the gardens, which are so 
generously opened by their owners 
to the Island and vi.sitlng public, 
there are to be three lectures by 
outAttading hertieultural experts in 
the Emprpjss Hotel ballroom The 
first, with Mr.v Edilh Banghart, of 
Medina. Wa-shln^^ton, speaking, and 
the Rev. Robert Connell In the chatr, 
will be Thursday, May 5, on "Alpmes 
lit tli^ NonhwcM Mountain Area ' 
The second wlU be Monday, May f, 
when tha speaker win be HOnrril 
Olllespie. Editor Sun.set; his sub- 
ject, "Western Gardens and Oar- 
denere Tou Shpuld Know"; the 
chairman. His Honor- Judge P s 
Lampman,*presldent of the Vancou- 
ver Island Hortlctiltural Association. 

The third. Tuesday, May 10, will 
be on "Oarde ns a nd ftowtn of Brit- 
i.vh Columbia"; the leetureri Wtttiaa 
Clarke, of Vancouver; ehalmiBii. 
Hugh Greece, euthor North Amerl- 
can Rocic Plant-s and liorticulturl.sts. j 
All three lectuie.s will be well lUu's- t 
trated by colored Aim and slide.s. 
^rs. Banghart will also stiow slides 
of some well-known gardens of Vic- 
toria Uken e.specially for the occ*- 
8lon labt Spring and Summer. 

On the' opening dsy of Spring 
ciardesLs Week there will be the dec- 
orated tables display sponsored by 
I he Busio^gs and'Professlonal Wom- 
en s Club and the Junior W.A. of 
the Royal Jubilee -Moepiul in the 
Empre.ss Hotel ballroom, and a 
Spring flower tei In the Hotel vo- 
itinaM. . ■ ■ 

Friday and Saturday, May « and 
7. Is the Sprmg Flower Show at the 

winowi 




•9 ktr day... SUNDAY! 

With the Gift of an 

Interesting Book 

We Have Many Real Gift Books to Choosy Froip 
Including the Following 

"Tlic Bending Sickle. ' by U-raKl Bullcit ?2.50 

•U^jnkney. s Garden;; by Neil Bell... f2.06 

"This .Prdfud Heart," by Pearl Biick:.....^...- ^2.50 

"Winter in .\pril." by Robert Nathan f2^5 

"I.ifTht of OfJicr Days," by F.lizal)eth f2.50 

'•>Iari^;..|(l." by (Ir.i'ce 1.. llill •. _ ^Z.'M 

"Exquisite Siren," by E. Irwin 'Hains ^2.75 

"With the Wett-in Jl*r Eyes" by Kgthlefn Stiangr 
PrireH at .'. $2.50 

"Ballade in Minor," by Elhcl Bordeau.......^.. ^S.QO 

Reprints at $1.00 

••Spears^Against Us." by Cecil RoberU.* 

VGrecn Gates." by"TT. C. ShrrciflF. - 
"N'ational \>lv«'t." by Ktiid I^a^;ni'M 
"Rich Man", ri>or Man," by Janet hairbank. ^ 
' Shiny Night." by Beatrice. Tunstall. 

** Wh»ii Y<l l aw LMvei," by Ethel Bo r dean. 

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"t'tp-.' ,,1 pl.iti your wardrobe aroiiiiii tliein. 
sliou delightfully pretty prints — frocks to keep 
looking^ ypiir loveliest. Refreshingly NEVV in style 
—with .short pui(f sleeves-r-fUred or*pleat^d ikirts— 
some with |aunty little boleros. - . 

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Specially Needed 
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places. In so doinp, the ti>.;iire \a aiitomatirallv ina-jp 
sMiinietrKal and K'-«f<'ful due to the excUiMve. palentcfl 
map Control features. Camp has created special lightweight 
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Tf May 1 ta your birthday; the be.st 

hours for \ou an this dnt^ aro Iroiii 
10 a m uiiti; noon, from 4 to H pm . 
and from 8 10 pm Thp flaiiKpr j 
perixxU are from 8 to 10 a.m.. from | 
to • pjn., and from 10 p.m. until 
midtilfht. 

Many auspiclou.s condiltona apprar 
to give promise of thbt being an ex- 
rtp» t aiie> My \w \tf da y l e i aaan y peo- 
ple To Ret the moit oufSFU, you 
i will hav*" to make tip vour mind to 
krpp tn ft good humor The tlttle- 
iAtti<> of idle tongues may be the one 
thing that will producp diMordant 
I'ondltloas Annovinij persons .slm- 
pU to sari^f\ n lovp for ti»a.sin(t or to 
make tliem a I&ughlngstock at a so- 
cial 'tsthetintt will be not only bad 
Judgme nt, but probably in the eyes 
flf Irttneon? pr'';'"ni. decidedly bad 
ta-ste nii.<; i.s not K ef>od day for 
you to make persons cool their heel*, 
for patience is one of the human at- 
tributes that 1^ not Ukely to .st^nd up 
well under a severe lest. TTie a.«.- 
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clilicd to be impatient Vour tem- 
per is liable to h^re up quickly, and 
then die down juk ts suddenly. You 
ought to ^ve the gift for maklnf 
money. As »n srtlsti author, secre- 
tary, public »teno(?T«ph<"r a^-tres." or 
put>ll«lty agent, you might win a 
.splendid reputation. YotA* oppor- 
tunities for making Vour married life 
a very happy one seem to be unlim- 
ited. 

The child born on May 1. usually 
takes a leading pert Ui all the school 

activities. particiUarly those relating 
to sports and social life. Friendships 
formed dtvtrfc period frequently 
prove to be very beneAelal when this 
youn«i.ster is sQlvlnc the problem of 
making a living. 

; gerou*. because many persons are | U a inan and May 1 la your nat|ii 
, apt to resent H. f»rgetfulneai must I day. you should poseas a greer.ieal 
EI212 be guarded against, for that M) ap-|of personal nuignetlsm.- Loyalty to 
parently gotni? to be the medium your family antl friends Is prpbably 
through which nKwt of the day * dls- one of your outstandling 
appomtmenu will come. Married 
and engaged oouples, as well ax thdhe 
who are in the midst of a courtship, 
wll! fir.f! that It pay.i to make a hld- 
ririi nir.iiun g dear, and to say noth 



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am, from 4 15 to 6 16 Am.-, ftnd 
from t:15 to 10.15 p.m. j ' 

Your physical nature ik ItkelV to 

re.sent any abase you might .subject 
It to tiiLs day There ma(y be many 
temptations to indulge /the weak- 
nesses that flesh la heli/ to, but It 
win be best to reslKt ttiem. Snap 
Judftment is Ukelv to bej re? i*wWsib;r 
for many mistakes, so give due con- 
sideration to every pnsse of any 
matter calling for a display of good 
sense. A comblnationi of circum- 
j-tanrp.s may Rive you ample rea.son 
to believe that Lady Lolbk is playl 
the role of your ftirn Godmother 
thU day. Pleasant surbrlses wlU 
the rule, rather then 4n exoeption. 
and you can hope tf» re<"eivp \our 
share. The average j person's ' ul^ 
terlor motive Is apt to be a food doe 
this day, ao do not bel too hasty m 



A Tip to Dad, Son and 

Daughter? 

For MfXIift I r>«v. Mar » n»m^-!.h»r »t»r ■ « • » 
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sympathetic nature a* \ cler?;,- 
man, actor, author. bu.<!ine.>s man- 
affer or mualdan. you' m alT likeiu 



condemnlnf anyone's 



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If a woman and May 1 is your 
bfrthdav. vour interests in literature, 
mu-slc or the drama may lead to your 
dotaff somethinc vprthwhile. Cheer- 
fiU eompankmshlp eufht to be a 

,t .^tlmu'.a:-' f'lr ^o'l Yo\i are. 

It likely, very enx>tlonal and in- 



Istlcs. As a banker, broker, mar^i-i 

facturer, engineer. Journalist, author.' homor are Ilible tA be-in 

phy.slcian or lawyer your, f^nar.rial "PS^'Uni? Influence in many hou.se- 
resulta are likely to exceed' your ex- nfflro.. v i^»dvuab.e not 

nectatlo na. to try to b* fumu at. anyone elae's 

j expense. Married and «m«i|ed 
MONDAY, MAI. a I couples, as well M" tli^ wtunjav* 1 ^* * , tw7 wSiJ 



pledged their hearts jkhou Id rot be! 



self of a feeling of timidity when It 
comes to talking about your aMUty. 
You. perhap»i. tru.'f few people This 
might be tfip < hu. o of your bein({ un- 
duly su.'^pirinus The chance.s are _ _^ 

you have an exoeptlonaramount ofj hood will wto a fiwat tfaal af iusU- 
endurance and eiterty. If throotfil ftod praise. 
c)rrum'tanr»»j. yo»i are not now well j 

ofl nnaiiciaWy, the indlration,s are! pRKsirt^ v r Htm trut 
that in time you will be Through ' 

tea_rQoro. specialty shop, or somei When Ueorve w«stln«iiou<^ in- 
agency work. ? writing, teaehfnf, I vented the air brake, he wro^ to 

painting Of. dramjfcUc activities vnuT *n American railway prexldent. dr- 
irfome miKht tfrow in leaps and scribing his lnyenti<^)n. The presl- 
fH,')r Your ntatrlmenlal pros-^dent Hcnbbled. I have no time to 
poets for happinsM appaar to be un- ' ^f**^ on fools," and eent tiM ieit4ff 
^^^^^^^^a^^^*^*^^^^^^^»-* *^ — ^ PIMP . ^j^fcck . 
The cMU bwa «il Mnr f Is tisn- About a year later the atr hr-^km 

Who . began to be adopted by Amenr«n 



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If May 3 Is your birthday, the best 
hours for you on this day arejrom, 



so engrossed in talklx 
that interest them 



ir »w. h I '^^i^*^ attcntton and wim aliay rallwaya The pr ert de iii who had 
I '^'"■" friends through a ebarmlnc panon* been rude sent UMlnsbean a letter 

wiiiin.taii.t«iaa«A2l2IIIJIS' •'•^ Once (jrtBittilal wwk !■ ftmnd asking him t« eaU. ^ — — — 
. , West lngh<mse wrote on the Irttrr 

8 15 to 10 15 a m . from 3:15 to 4:15I««». ,^ j^„^ readily. 1 — "Netther have I" and returned it 

pn <i : ' '^ft 15 to 8 15 pm. The If a woman and May 3 is your Tf s mm snit MsT*1 Is faiM nalalHl thi preelileiil tewAi^ »^ ttt^ 
danger periods are tre. la | btrttKhn, m m-y have 4 flM * *r. M f I pm««in. tefetMr m «M 






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VICTORIA, BRITISH COHnWMA, SD[NDAY, MAY 1, 19S8 



GIANTS CONTINUE FAST PACE IN NATIONAL LOOP 



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locip Box Derby Draws In- 

torett From Up-l^iaiid 

■ — — Points 

— \ 

TouncsUn tU ov«r ' yaocouvcr 
bland hard at work, planning 
and bulldlnc new ooaatlnc "biigs" 
for «ntiry in U>e UtM MUinai-Vie- 
toria Soap Box Derby, thl« year 
h*ld undrr the spfjaRorship of the 
Vidtoria KioMuen i Club and scbed- 

K«rs«y. in ohartte of entriPs, re 
lhal already naine* are beiiig/reg- 
4ataMl at hla ooUaa Uvop ati FotL 
Straet. and It la certain tKat there 
will ba many new can Imed up be- 
foia the starter, ready/to test Ihoir 
coajtloc ipead In aompeUtioo for 
tha 'VMg%t itScwf and ft)* Daily 
Colorlftt Trophy, award for the Van- 
couver Uland championship. 

Harry KU#ood. ftnaral msnAlcr 
61 tha 1^ tv»nt, ha« rp< p|vf>fi a.s- 
thftt both Nanalmo and 
Will ^tm ilvaaff antrlaa to 
tha winntr of the local 
arKl tha match race will be 
aa a grand wind-up to what U 
n pac>ad to ba the 
thrfHiw 0MH» Bm DOTbf to 
b« held In Vl<*tflTia. 

in adiUtloa toTha Colooi«tTro{>hy 
thtra wfU ba many other haadaome 
prlxM at »takp. a (v>inplote list of 
which will be armounced Itfter. Aa 
IB tIjH PMi thtrt win ba a spMlal 
AwaM far tbt Ml iMOkM* ndm 
car. 

Thto year tha Kinsmen Club haa 
nrpinlyrt a cogunittec. beaded by 
Bhanks. who will give any ax- 
llatanoe th« youngster* may ntn^d 
Ib aecuring equipment neoesaary to 
PMttlnv their em Hi rBMng 
trtm. A call at R. Shanks .ti Sons, 
91t Fort Street, will put any en- 
tnnl «n the technical committee's 
llaC, «fld linder tbeae conditions bet- 
ter and faster ractnir is awured. 



Annuid Tourney 
Wm 0pm Nwtt 
Sunday "Morning 

PLAY in the annual cham- 
pion«hip of the Uplaada 
Golf Club win commence next 
Sunday morning with a large 
field expected to tee off in the 
eig^tcen-hole quallXying teat. 
VIC Pa Inter, who woh the 
crown laat year, will be on 
hand to defend it and hopes 
to repeat, "nie' entry list 
clo6es on Friday^ ft 4 o'clock 
_wlth Secretanr John Caven. 
One of the Avorltes for the 
Utie wur ^ Harold Brynjolt- 
•on. wlio/haa held tha bonon 
OD-sev^na oocaslons. 

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"Brentwood Badminton Players and Cups 



7 

Time, 1 45 4-5 Also r«n Corinte. ImU- 

' Wr, PWcoto. Miiiik^ O^nrra). Trmp'«t'iniM 
' SIXTH R.\ri: M.ie and nn» .•-;*;(■» . 

itiie Bnue iVtuatTi .. . .-.'n w 13 70 t3 OO 

Utalu (Bcotti r— (.50 VSO 

,^1 Afire (Bclimidl) 4.M 

Ttmc. i S0 4-S.'" AIM rsa: auiS Cloud, 

at 

SEVENTH aACIr-Klte sae onrnghth 
Or«n4 r»ikf> • workaas) ^.W.M n so «o 

Fopo iVlllaloboi 4 10 2.60 

Ptaaitst. Mm. 




TWO mil 




DEFEATS BROOKLYN 
BEHIND FINE MOUND 
DISPUY OF HUBBELL 



New York';* Are Pitcher K^'aU Van Lintilr Miiii^o, 
3-1, Before Oowil of 31,723 for Ninth (!on- 

heentive Victory I)iMa^«;io aiul (>or<h)n 

Taken to Hottpital FolloHiug Collibion . 



By Th« Canadian PrtM 



Joe DlMagglo Is haylUgJUa-JlMkd^— mihvlUe 4.' AtUnU 1 




Makinj; j Krand showmg in leaguo play, city and Vancouver Island tour naments, Brentwood Badminton Club just completed one of its best 
seasons since the organization of the club s few years ago. The many handsome trophies in the foreground bear testimony to the playing 
ability of the suburban netters. whose progress in the last season has been the highlight of shuttle play on Vancouver Island. Pictured 
above is the complete membership of the club. Bacli row. left to right: M. Atkins, R. Wataon, J. Watt, R. Knott, D. Hincka, D. Qodwin, C. 
Dougka, B. Shadc^F. Airaje, J. Brandon, O. Slugftt^ Q: BaUantyna and O. Carry. Front row, left^to rifht: M. Sluggett, L. Tbomaon, B. 



mm EAST 
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Official Figtiret-Ihat. Glace 
ty Ruggers Should 
Travel in 1940 



OLAOS BAY. N.».. April :«n (f 
An Intact Rugby tfam. rather than 
a collection of all-star«, should be 
MO* 10 Biffland. iWdeni B. McK 
•r tha Marlttnie Rugby 
aald today in ednvmehtlnc 
m die Bntliah Rufby ujilon's an- 
naunciemani a CanikUan fifteen 
#Bald r\m «M Old Otumtff M 1B40. 

He mmff^stod an B»«t-wcst elim- 
Watton match or aeriaa of matches, 
paiBiV plarad M tiw Outadlui Na- 
tlonaJ Exhibition in Toronto llwUlt 
the aummer of 1039. 

'X)anada cannot properlr be rep- 
reeented by any Rugby tMa that 
doea not include a goodly tnimber 
o/ Nova 8<-oHAn». a.^ Nova Scotm 
waa the birthplace of Bnglliili Rugi>y 
on thii eldt o( th* <mter." he said. 

"T think a toam picked from all- 
stars would not represent Canada 
nearly aa well aa a team which has 
played t<)Mthar, auch aa the Cale- 
donia team of Olaoe Bay (Euttem 
Canada champtem for most of thr 
laat dacad*), or Ballfax Wanderers, 
or tome other team of the 



Four Local Elevens Will See 
Action Wodnetdty— Cup 
Final Billed 

All>star soccer players selected to 
oppose the tourlnr Islington Oor* 

Inthians in an exhibition match at 
the Roval Athlotir Park on Wed- 
ne.sday^ May 11, will play their final 
practice game Wednesday evening 
at the endOBure. when they stack up 
affalnat a picked side from the Vic- 
toria and DLstriot Tootball LeaRu** 
The kick-off is .set for 6:15 o'clock 
League officers went into a huddle 
during the week and after a lengthy 
dlacuaslon .named fifteen players for 
the flxtiirf ,T?,-\irwt thr All SUrs. 
; Player.s clio.scn Include T. Rt.stall, J 
I Crowe, McConnell, Lorandlnl, O 
Reatall. A. Speller. R. Pkell, T. Hope, 
I H. aage. 8. Robinson. H. Barber. B 
I Bell, R Moody. W. Oomall and H 
I TregpiiLv Tho.se unable t» play are. 
rt.skpd to t^if^phono Managw jMk 
Bwing at E 1689 

CUP FIN.\L BILLU) 
Intermediate Football Leai[u« 
teama wUl wind up their seaaon's 
acttvltlee on Wednesday evening at 

Heywood .Avenue :\'.'\\ the Young 
Liberals battling the Bapcoa in the 
Lower Island cup final. The match 
will ooounenoe at 6 o'clock. 

Playtng Ifl the Dr. LewU Hall Cup 
final. Liberals rkcvl d-i' t V2 victory 
over the palntmrn aft/er one of the 
most keenly fought matehn of the 
aeaiorr. With their aquad at full 
.^tiength. B«t>caa will lie out to lake 
the Yoiine I,ibrr;iU m Wcdnr.'-day'.s 



Atlrina. I. Oodwih. <|. Andrew, ft. Mttfdedi, M. aan>J.ancton. B. Beaamont. B. Oerrard. J, 



If ttllarr to \fp^t 
Krir Wrifiht for 
Club Title Today 



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67. Smis four ulrkpt.s for 77 1; M.CC. 
match and avenge their earlier set- 146 for one wicket; at Lord's, 
back In eup play. . . 1 Oxford Univerrity an (Klmptoo 



DON BRADMilN 
IS BRILLIANT 

Captain of Australian XI 
Scores 258 Runs Against 
Englislynen 

LONDON. April 30 Don Brad. 

man served notice today he has lost 
none of his batting skill by hitting 
up a double century in the opening 
match of . the Auftralian team's 
English tour. The Antipodean cap- 
tain made 258 run.s out of his team s 
474 for six wk;kets against Worchcs- 
terahlre. 

Initial coiinlv ciick«»t champion- 
ship matches are scheduled for May 
4, but In other preliminary firstr 
cla.s« f^xture.s started -"day YdTk- 
shire met M.CC. at Lord'a and 
tTtouoeator oppoaad Okford UUvtr« 
aity. 

Bradman remained at the wick- 
ets almost Ave hours and gave a 
faultless display. He hit a five and 

33 fours. t;..L. Badcock was second _ „ ^ 

, =^«r... M George Deaccm. ex-coach of the 

highest scorer with 67. *< ^ ^. 

North Shore Llona Canadian Rugby 
Close-of-play scoraa: squad, announced Ust plaht that a 

Australians 474 for six wickets j ^orkput OT-^tfoaplctlve Candidates 
< Bradman 358, Badcock 67) vs. Wor- for Victoria's team to Join the "Big 
oesterahire;. at, Worcester. jn>ur"r 
Yorkahlre 3M (Wood Smailes morrow evening at Heywood Ave- 
nue at 6 o'clock Tlie training aei^ 



AN Wallacp ,ind Kric WriRht 
will meet today for the 
men'a ehamptoiuhip of the 
Macaulay Point Oolf Club, 
over the thirty-six-hole dis- 
tance. Play will start at 9:30. 
and the afternoon round about 
1 :90. Bach player will be gun- 
ning for his nrst club title, 
and therefore a cloaely-fought 
battle should be the reoolt 
Last year Wallar<> rearhM the 
final, but wa.i beaten by his 
brother. Norm, and a year or 
two before he gained the laat 
bracket, only to loao to O; 
Milk. 



M. Sluggett and J. Carrier. 

CHINESE NET 
PUYER WINS 



examined tonight. 

Hie eldest of the DiMagglo boya. 
who gave the Yankee head office an 
early-season headache by staying 
out of Lhe Jin«'up for a dozen gainos, 
gave them, and himself, another to- 
day wlim he eoUlded with Becoqd 
Baseman Joe ' Plash) Gordon in the 
.sixth Yankees - Senators' encounter 
at the Capital. 

Joe and Flash were chasing a fly 
ball In the sixth when their heads 
kiKXkod. Both were takt-n to lio.«>- 
pital for examination, as the New 
Yorkeis went ahead to down the 
Senators, 8-4 



. ■OtJniBKir ASSOCIATION 



KnoxvUle 7, Chattanooga t. 
New Orleans 5. llemphla I. 
Only 



F. Pemtink Defeats 
Banks in English\ 

Golf Championship 

LEEDS, England. April 30 <f. — 
Frank Pennink today won the Eng- ' 

liah amateur golf championship for i^^Q 3,^ j^jg Qpfgats Bunny I "m^u"'^^^ 



did help the Yanks to their seventh 
win in thirteen starts. He aparked 
a flrst inning two-run rally,' 

Rudy 'Vork s hnine run with two 
on base in the first inning gave De-. 
trolt Tigers the.nucleua of a S-S vic- 
tory over the Cleveland Indians. Tl»e 
tribe remained in first place, deaptte 
the defeat. iU third of tiM Maeoii 
against eight victories. 

Tliirtx-«iglU-yt!ar-old Ted Lyons, 
veteran of sixteen sea.sons with the 



the second year in a row by defeat 
ing 8. X. Banks, and 1, In the 

thirty-six-hole final. 

The twenty-fiv«--><';ir-oId golfer 
from Kent^ led by one hole after 
thb morning round. He outplayed 

Banks by a wide inarnln iip to the 
green-s, put la<ke(i his cu.stomary 
putting touch u the match .s'av«'d 

alive untU the thirty-fifth green. 



Austin in English Tennis 
. Final 



fOURmnCOITTH. England, April 
30 m^-kh9 Btai^. e^eae Davla 
OOP iriayor, de th roned Henry'" Wli> 

fred 'Bunny) Austin, of Enpland, an 
British hard court tennis champion 

Mday IB four ■ots, f-^, •-4, !•«, 1-8.-1 the Brooklyn Dodgers as the pace 




68, Orover 53, Sli\f\eld lour for 33 > : 
Gloucestershire 14i fSr timt irick- 
eta (Burnett M). 

cANADiAN RUGBY 
WORKOUT IS SET 




ia open to all players 
latoraalod la tha giMB*. 



and 



"Ai the best English Rugby in 
Oanada is played on the Atlantic 
and Pacific Ooaats. a fair way to 
pick a team would be an Bast- West 
•lUnlnatton B^tch or series that 
might take place" at Toronto during 
th« IWf fair." 

H^VRE DE GRACE RACING 

IIAVIUI DB ORAOft hfta U^ 
ReaulU Dare today tq}low: . 
mMT ■aci.-lina aae eoe-slitMaih: 

Crr*UI PrinA iShcl- 

hamer) .M IO l« -n M no 

Rnundlns Count (Dritcoilf .. « 30 1 «A 
Black aeeat titowtll) , s.oo 

Tim*. I Ml-S. Alfo ran Prttty Im*. 
Bumas. ririns Cariwt. Orac* OrMr, Mia* 
lilr. 

iSOOm BAOB-au turleas* 
Oham T h se eti ti (Broos- 

eon) tU M IS 30 16 10 

Ir«n*« Bob (DrUcoll) . . IM ISO 

milf Da.!)* ( Scott t ... , 3 30 

Timf 1 I« J-S ATW rlTT' Trt* Hnt. TW 
MniiniA'n. t«(lr Dunlin. Idl* El(. Crua^d 
Wnrnifi nirl OffT C»il»ft»tn. N«l|i*n 

THian aACB-eii turlent*: 

pornwallU <B«re> IU.«e M M 11.30 

Ap»rih«n4 (8hclham*r) . . ... t.lV t.M 

Rfnadatrp iPiir»<1i«»i J 30 

Tim*. 1 1\ Ai^o r»n r«union. OoMfn 
K»T. Aftfrni«th, Al C"i«r;v<. PrnwU Ir» 
Uan M>rir,r V(<iM 

roiTam aAcc^iiii* aits oo»- ft **ath 
Otaat KiU«r tOrlsoMIt ...ta.ia MM SS l« 

Kanty (Werlniisa> 4M Its 

Blam iP»t»r«i , ... t.lQ 

Timr I 47 3 .^ AIM ran: CarsfM 

MFTW BArr Mil* and orf <iiii*<!nih 
Burniat ■**r*^«|*> t^-H MM N ** 

c 




5P0I1IEVENIS 

Duke McLeod to Start Base- 
ball and Horse Racing 
Events Tomorrow 



/fflNE ENTRANCETOORANK QTI 



SKLT- KXPLAN ATORY 



Duke M< Le<xl. .<iporL.n announcer of 
CPCT, announced yesterday that he 

will broadeaat all baaeball reaulU 
Four" next aeaaon, will be held to- 4 and horse racing reaulta at 6:15 each 

evening, commencing t.o^mjrrow 
night. The programrafC runnlnfj 
forty-five minutes, will festurf the 
baa|rt»all reaulta flrat^d scores and 
oorhmcnt from th0^ American. Na- 
tional. Tntematlmal; American As- 
m> Ift'ion, ^irC^\c Coast and Western 
internaUon^ leagues. The second 
iMUoa of tHp broadcast wiU be de- 
votnd to hQiik racing, featuring all 
ooinirietyresults from major Bast- 
em and We.stem tracks Drama - 
tlaatlons ^f the two feature races 
ot the dal^wfll atoo be hmtd. 

'T1^« ■»prirt« broadcast, designed to 
k«H»p Mrljpod busy through the 
Summer months while ba^ketl>all 
takes a holiday, ia to run from May , 
a until October. A-dlreet wire '■erv- i 
lo ha.*! bf^n olfert-ed and b'uTletlnfl 
win be rewritten and broadcast 
diirint; the programme. McLeod, 
who refused two Xaatem offera to 
do ball gamea for the coming aea> 
f<on. stntrs that thi.^, programme is 
the best of it-'i tvp« that he has ever 
broadcast. 

tOCAfPOLO TEAMS 
TO BATTIi TODAY 

Members of the Victoria Riding 
and Polo Club will meet In another 
of their serle.^ of inlo mat.chea at 
the club grounds. Foul Bay Road, 
this afternoon, starting at 2:11 
o'clock 

Wit^ an all-star team to be aO' 
leetad ahortly to oppoae Duncan, to^ 
day's match will <^ the players 
striving to perform at their beat in 
hopes of patching a berth/oB the 
picked aquad. 

In two matchea played .so far the 
all -stars havw defumd ttML Mtds. 
7-0 and 5-2. 



Peggy Sciiven. of England, defeat- 
ed Nanoy 'Wynne, Australian No. 1, 
i-i, M, to wonen's ainglefe Bnala. 

The women's doubles title went to 
Joan Ingram^ and E^relyn Dearman. 
who defeated R«da Jamaa aBd KMf 
Stammers, 8-6, 4-6, 6-3? 

Kho Sin Kie and O. Lyttleton 
Rogers, tall Irishman, won the mens 
doubles title, dlapoting of Don But- 
ter and F. D. WUda. Brtttah Darla 
0(9 BBBilnec, 

Cricket Meeting 

A meeting for members of -the 
executive of the Victoria and Dis- 
trict Cricket Aaaoclatlon will be held 
In The Coleniat boardLjUoom to- 
morrow evening at 8 o'clock. A full 
af tendance ia' requoated. 



COAST LBAGUB 

PORTLAND. April 30 i-T^ - 
'SwuiKinR lustily behind the hurlinK 
of t>ou;!;p;iw GeoiKe Uarrow, the 
Portland Beavers got even for last 
night's ahutout defeat to<lay by de- 
featlng Oakland, 7-2 

Ken Sheehan waa driven off the 
mound for OaklandT after the Beav- 

era bunched hli.s off him in the 
second and third inniiiKs for four 
runs They added another in the 
However. DiMagglo s 1938 dt but vvUcy Moore, and two moro 

oil Ddck Radtmlch In t)ie aeventh. 

The Oaka found Darrow for orte 
tally In the fourth, on alnglea by 
Bolyard, Abreau and Donovan. 

Their .second run. In the seventh, 
was a pure gift from Darrow, who 
walked KlU wHh the baaea fuU. 

R. K. B. 

Oakland 000 100 lOO— 1 t 0 

I'ortlimd 022 010 300—7 IS 0^ 

Batterlea — Bheehan. Mbora. Ra- 
dunleh and Rahndndl: Danov aBd 

ONBIB. . 

Divide Pair 
BAN PRANOIBOO. Aprfl M (/P).— 

San Dietjo's Padres and San Fian- 
I cim:o Seals divided a double-header 
{today, the locals winning the flrat 
IgafaM^ 13-1, and San Diego tha 
aeTen-lnnlng contest, 0-4. * 

Righthander Sum Olbson tamed 
the visitors in the opener, allowing 
them three' hlta. uttflo hla' tean- 
roktea clubbed Chaplin. Plllette and 
Rhodes for sixteen blows, C^ntre- 
flelder r>)iiiinlr niMaKglo. of the 
Seals, led the attack witB three Jilta 
and two waHta. 

In t li • second meeting, the 
league champlona clinch their ninth Padres found Ed Sluts for four 
straight vict/>ry. ^ ^ fraction over tw« InnlBga, 

Hubbell held the Dodgers to five. and continued the assault on auc- 
hiu and fanned eight, but needed fctssors Bailou and Miller Howard 
relief in the last InnuiB when he had CraRhead was In fine pitching form. 



hlta. but didttt allow a member of 

the .St. lyOuLs Browns to pu.ss s'-cond 
ba,se as he turned in his first 1938, 
victory, S-0. , - -t 

The nilladelphla • BoatOB fixture 
was chilled out 

OlANTf IBIVlin 
Carl BubbeU oombtoad with old 

Jupe Phivius today to "pour It on" 



-making New York Otanta oooquarod 
Van Lingle Mungo, 3-1, In- the rain. 

A crowd of :! 1,723 fans survived a 
chilly u)};iug«i which halted play for 
twenty-seven minutes at the end of 
the seventh and aaw the National 



a sudden attack of wildneaa. 



dealing out seven hlU to the Beala 
P UllUlt HUMWr dW *f eaHy 



Leave* Tomorrow to 
Seek Pro Career 




to show little respect for the Card- trouble, 
inals, and Kavo th( m a .V)und .spank- First Game: H _H. 

ing. 11-.'. in .St. Loui.s, tq celebrate San Diego .100 000 000— 1 1 0 
the return of the Oaa HOuae Oang 1 S, Francisco 130 406 OOx— IS 16 a 
to ite own park? " | Batfefir. — Chaplin, PiUette, 

Tlie Reds broke Ih^ longiBt JlBx Rhodes and T>tore; Hogan. Olbaon 
in the National League with a 3-0; and Spjinz, Bothelo. 
ahutout over Pittaburgh PIratea. Becond Oame: [ It N. B. 

It was the Rhlnelanders' first Vic- Ban On-i-o 20:? n'to I P 12 i 
tory over the ^ucs ^ince Memorial. San Kraiiruco ouoitio 4 7 3 
Day last year, a raoord Of tWRIty i Batteries Cra«head and Detore, 



straight' defeaU. 
A modem major league record was 

tied when four errors wer« marked 
up agaldat Wilbur 'Bill) Brabakrer. 
The third baseman a four miscues 
tied the-mark of Buddy l<ewlB, of 
Washington laat year and that aet 
hv V.m Burke, of the ICttfTBlttao 
Cl'ib In 1901. 

H<>m« runs by O^ne MoOTi and 
Plnch-Hltter Marl Maggert with 
basea loaded helped Boston Bees 
hand Philadelphia Nationals 
ninth straight defeat in a 
slugfeat today. 



atuta, Ballou. Miller and WoodaM. 
SEATtLB BLANKED 

nBATTui. Ap^ fb m^fu^tnti 

Bill Walker pttrhed a aupei* five- 
hit ball Rame here tonight for Sac- 
ramento to .shut out nBrtm, 44^ for 
the third straight ttom, 

Waikor allowod only «wb waBui, 
kept Seattle from even rearhlng 
third base and contributed a alngle 
and double toward the acorlng. Ttm 
their' coa^t leaifurr was.glven fln«». 



16-11 



AMIOUCAN LBAOUB 

R ' -(I B 

New York ...210 000 014' 6 10 0 
Washin(?*on ooo oni 012 4 14 2 
Batteries-Chandler and Dickey; 
Leonard. Oiaaa and tL.^ftam. '^"^ 

R H E 

Detroit 310 000 OlO— 5 13 1 




XI Wins 



Vlcty la Cricket Club defeated 

IK^iMiy meernib <i, m a 
frjendly match played on the lat- 
>r's ground. Moore. M. Uy and 
B{>arks marked up double 
for the winnera with Meovo 
high aeorer with twenty-four runa, 
Hubb top(vd ttie laatBr batsmen 




<' l''veland irKl 000 000—3 S 1 
Batterlea — Kennedy and York; 
Hudlln and Pytlak. r. h e. 

St. Louis - . 000 000 000 - O 9 

CTilcago 000 021 OOx— 3 7 2 

Batterlea — KboH aBd Haatb; 
Lyons and Sewell, 



tight support by his maf^s, who com- 
plei^yl four double plays. 

Dik> Williaros aent Bacramanto 
Into the lead 'at tha atari wImb bo 

hit the Jackpot wlth'll^pll over th« 
left field fence. The Bolorui held 
ont/> the ono-run margin until the 
sixth when they put together threo 
t t ng t n to r t w o rune .'^ Ttjey picked 
up Hri'.'licr run In 'he seventh 
Bill Lawrence made three hits for 



a/'O Kmg 



Bof..r«cb our. M l 



with twenty /una. aad lIHd^-ihoin* Victorta boy vwted 
other member of Oia MhooTiMa tp 
ro<«r-h double flguraa^ g«l «l 

|nms, , - 



NATIONAL LBAOtir 7 

f R H E 

Bofton . OO.'S 300 603 -Ifl 16 3 
Phil delphla 330 004 013-^11 16 S 
Batterlaa » Mbefayden. Lannlng. 
Vllflfelinif, Hufrhln.son and Mueller. 
Lamaster. Siveas. T. Rels. Kelleher. 
PaaaoMi, Mbltll bBd Atwood. 

it H. B. 

Pittaburgh ..000 000 000—0 I •^^ 4 
Cincinnati '..lOO '¥)0 lOir- « 1 
Batteries -r Bauers, ^^^wn- -and. 
T^addi R. Dbvla'aBd l^oiba^dl. 

R H B 

( nicago 903 MO WS--11 14 0 

St Louis ...000 040 010— S 10 » 

Patttriaa — *r*"'THiB. R-tnrt and 
BmidilRaftMtl: ICaeoB, Xnal. Lanier. 

, - H. E- 

champlon for the paat three years. , Brooklyn 000 000 100—1 I 1 

wl,^) Ua-.es Unnorr^w for flrnTTln tfl^Tleb TiMk .-.Wb IM lOa 'I I • 
commence ^lacareer aaa profea- ] Batterlea - Ifungo. Marrow and 
rfOBal flatleuftar. A fiM'Mrpiali«i jBpaneer: BUbbell. Coffman and 
of Al MrKlnnnn. Carey will train for , Danatai. 

two w^ka In the Sound City before I — 

ensfa«in(( In any professional bouts 

Australia 

aBd'partlelpatM 'm the British Em 
Oamea as a membM' 
ada'a boxing teaBi. 



Seattle in four tlmea .up. 
The teama plary a~double-header 

tomorrow In which BChOolboy Fred - 
1 I dl^ Hulrhinv.n. 'he SeatUa pitching 
aenaaUon, U posted to hurl the firht 
fame. R, R. B. 

Sacramento. IW 009 100^ 4 • "3 

JSeaUIe 000 000 boo- o § i 

Batteries Walker and PVaBka; 
Pic?kerel. Serventi and Spindel 

WESTERN INTERNATIONAL 
Vancouver 4, Spokane o. 
Wenatdhee 14. n Taroma II, I. 
Yakima 5, B'>lliriKh«m 3. 



\r lOTOMA 

V Columbia amattor mIMJewelght ' Harrelt and Owen. R 



CRICKET PRACTICES 

AlbloBB Ortebet aub wlH bold 

initial prnct Ire Tuesday eve- 
ning St Bearfrti HlU Park at j 
o'clock All of last s^aaoii'a^^jrer^ 
and othera Intoraatod aib iBvltod to 



tifth Em- 1 



AMrRirAM AKSOCUnCNf 
Kansas City 5, Toledo 2 
8t. Paul 10 Indlanapoll* 0. 
■ MIyi i apolui 1. Lnf»iisvUle 1. 

OfltMBbUi 1. Mflvaidua t 



omnalu of the 
Club announced ^eotarday thai ^gt* 
{«moon praclieba Wicdbnald 
-Park on Tueadbya^ and lli^a}^ 
win commence on Tuesday May 3. 

KOFTBALL OAMB 
Softball 



rep rea ennng »i - 
■hlft and the Twilight - 
ers from the .National Defern^ 
project at Albert Head, will cla*;i 
tomorrow ^MOilBt al Bavofy Por:c 
|m M:» tmmn. — 



16 



niE DAI L,V COLONIST. VJ^CTORI^^ j^.C., SUNDAY, MAY 1,1938 



MINULUS IS JIVINNER OF HANDICAP AT TANFORAN 



Austin Taylor s 
Horse Gallops to 
$2,500 JRace Win 

Bfatu Out Bill Farnsworth by »XeBf|h in Feature 
Event on 0|M'nin^ I)ay'H Programme Before 
CroHdof 1.>,(MK) — Happy Boliver I» Third 
— ^Jockey Sceul Hides tjbe Winner • 



Bonlluna. 
*B«nk. 



SAN FRANCnSCO. Aprtl 39 (/f^.— 
M in 111 u s, running under th« colon 
of th« A.G.T. aiock ntnn of Vaa- 
oottVfr,' von tht $».90O Xhjtaffunil 
Handicap at Tanforan track t/xJay 
I The time for the tlx furlongs wu 
1:13 i-\ clocked on a miitl^ tnck. 

Bill Vtensvorth ran Meoad'aad 
Ktppr BoUvtf third. 

Mlnutai, packing 103 pounds and 
with Urn Sena, of D^xftr. tn the 
•adtfle, was a mild starting favorite. 

After racing head-and-head with 
Time rimhi part of the way, the 
three-V' iir ol(i flUjr «U «W UUt iB Wta ] KortH rovm. 
by a length. The r»c« waa worth 
$1.M6 \6 tha winnerr— 



U9 Otrk DrIInt 



THIRD RACfr-ate f inlaws: 

BUck HIchbrow (Tuekw) .••.«• UM |U0 

Counnrllor Pal (Jamri) ... $M 'i.io 

Your Honor (Rlrhirdson) J.OO 

St«r singer. Dank* Srhon. 
rOtrRTR RACK— On* mlU: 

OT«r YoDdtr «Jaint*> 115.00 16.30 t3 80 

Townsman «(;onnrIll 4 60 3 20 

Invrrmark lOrl(C) 3.20 

Tlmr. 1 40 4-S. AUo ran: ni«*BM. Wild 
Turkry, Wlnt And Wing, 

nm RACE— UIU and on«-slxteen(h 

Kaleentrd lAdams) 116 BO H An M ao 

OriltT <F. Jonea) s 40 3.60 

BfMd Rorat (L. Jonoa) s.M 

Tlmt. 1:M S-t. -Alao ran: Oarksr. BrItUh 
Tan, Bahemotk. HU War. BM(«r Smaat. 



' SIXTH RACK — Six furlongi 

I Mlnulu.t (Sena) 16 60 1160 11X0 

Bill Parnaworlh iEl»loa> . .., 3 2 «n 

Rapp7 Bolivar (Oray) 3 10 

Ttmfc 1: U 1-B. Ala* md: Tim* night. 

KVRNTH RACB-Mila SB4 aairtaty rare* 
Toro Bang 'Jamas) ^ tm f ^ 

Mlnulu.pald$6 80.$3 60 and$2 80 Xp\V^rephs?n;''..:: ^ \fo 
Bill Farmworth returned $3 80 and I Time. 1 «6. airo ran air Windsor. 

■Uanul, minilliaM of lliBUlllS, I Onein fRIehardaom . SIR 30 16 60 16 40 
was aeratChad. t Battimg Xnlght iVamen 7 40 6 30 

N(«ar t^,oo 



DrlzzJv \*eather provided a dam 
^ner for the opqilog day -of the 
twenty-flve-dar merttag. but r 

-cco«>d-ef W.OOO turned out. 



'All-Bre*'A Show 
Will Be Stanvd 
Here on May 21 



PLANS wan eorairieted yaa- 
terday for the staRlnjf of 
the all-breed dog ihow at the 
CrjsCal Oardcn on May 31, 
under the direction of tha 
Vaneowtpr Island Dog ran- 
ch rs' Aaaoeiaftlon. Several fine 
trophies haw been donated 
and. tharefora, a large entry la 
expected to be in the hand-t of 
Mrs. O. %Ioomfleld, secretary, 
on the closing date, May 14. 
P. L. "Jack" Wolfeaden. of 
^n mnelsee, will Judgv all 

brerd."! JTe Ls a former Vlr- 
torlan and one of the mqet 
papular Judges on tha ooo- 
Unent. just finished ^udg-^ 
-Ing at the Morris and as«x 
.■^how In New York, an event 
which drev the largest sport- 
ing en^ of any show eiw 
staged In Canada or the United 
States. ■ Wolfenclen Judged at 
the big Oolden CJate .show at 
fianU Cnu. Cal.. and right 
. after the local evest will head 
for New York to officiate 
there Any Information on 
the fortheomlng show may be 
had by communicating with 
Mrs. Bloomfleld at 0 4788. 



Displaying Large Trout 




TANFXDRAN, April 30. — Raaults 
here today folkm: 
riRST RACB— raur aaa en»-hair fur 

Jan Itogao 'RU-hirdtM) .{13 40 16 40 14 40 

Iron Bunker •Neali j . ii jo 1 30 

Hannan Jr. iMprnti) , j 60 

Tlm#, :54 3-5. Alao ran: Karel. Fair 
nsaata. BroUMr Mita, AtUkuuy. Ftaea- 
■ow. »y*ut Leo. AtUturk. -ladlaB Wiad. 

arroNp RACE-au hirioasa: 

Bosworth (Artsmm IT.SO 14 SO 1130 

Calaveras 'Jamcsi « 00 ^ 

Froud Indian Klrayi . . 5 gg 



. Tlwe. 1 44 4-5 Alio ran. Pttttr Pat 
EvldMitlir. Last Attempt, Z»m, Or, 
Jo*r, Lou Machado. 

ovuiNiovr nmuu 

vmsT RACRp-Mur aae aaa liatf fur- 

lorign ' 

Piinctuatiaa wr, 



•••••faaaffti 



A PLEASURE 
TO SMOKE 





Ned a. 

Porter* MlU , 

Coh* . .. . . 

Br Reuter ... 

'nJd Cab ... 
Prince Saxon 

Iron Ace 

Bar Thlrtc*n 
Hattrarch . . . 

Oalpen 

_ I Belknot . ... 

viFroNb RACK— Mil* an^ 
niai-k iifath«r 
Kl Orandre . . . 
ilodney Pan . , 

Mr Wag 

M":i Kamburs 
v.. -i.y 
Wild Olo 
Madrono 
■ >'ider, 

on 

Uw/H n B oB l t a 

HIRD. RACR-^S furfons*: 

A"*'"*'" 

CBnendir ^ 

acotjj Guard 
Veapaiiano . . 
Bone Black . 
Oi"ann 

Lee Tnr,-h ., 
Quite True . 
atf Reform 
HaiDorb . . 




Score 3-0 Win In Replay 
Match— Esquimalt De- 
feats Victoria City 



FOiiRTW BACS^s fkrfsassi 

Don Marru* 



' u;- ■ • 



tn 
1 1 s 
11!S 

no 
lis 



Orderly 
Blandan 
San Joaa 

Narlaaa 

Bmlsrant* , 

Lo ■ 

Dark Woni*r '. 

Hennaaaey 

Jei«i* Cloud 

Maaked Oal 

Bracsar 

"*WrTn RACK— aix furlong*: 

V'>U4nir , 

Pti/nlflan 

MiM Amle 

CiTieite T - , 1 ■ . 

I.lthotqm* y\ jj^' 



116' Victoria West football team 
'j*2o inarchi>d into the Jackson Ciip final 
115 yesterday afternoon when they 
blanked Young Liberals, of Uie In- 
107, termedi.ife Ij^'.igue, In a replav 
>j>»,/H4tch, 3-0. at the AXhletlc Park, 
before only a small crowd of> ths 
107 faithful In the prcviou.s fixture 
, the ifnins b.i'tlcd to a two-alil draw 
iiB at Heywood Avenue ground. In the 
in i league game scheduled, Bsqui- 
107 1 malt comblnedl their way to a 4-1 
}J>^i viftory over Victoria City at Hey- 
107 1 wood Avenue. 

Although winning by a comfort- 
! able margin thr givrn.shlrtr, fal\pd to 
lj(^..show top foim ap.n:n';t tho LIIjchIk 
Tho H.iiv.c w'as'rag'^cJ in spoi', with 
ixxir pacing and wild kicking dom- 1 
inaUng. "The Liberals Hid several! 
itol chanr.'.s. but a stron-x West defence 





LING Clips i>Mnrfee/(e/ef ate J 

Jo oecond becUon 
Along With Mortou 

Scoreless Draw With Ayr SviuU Club Out of First 
Division in Scottish Football — St 
With Msny Surprises^East Fife If as Cre- 
mated History By Winning Cup 

GLASGOW. M.iy 1 (0». — Scottish Morton <«h0W«d a fit t(y-n-potot total 



Bngadier-Gcneral Noel Money, of Qualicum Beach, is proudly display- 
ing the lar^e Rainbow trout which he caught in the Qualkum River 
recently. General Mopey hooked the fish with a fly during one of his 
many trips to the river. It weighed eight and onc-half pounds. Trout 
ftrtUng ia feporte d good at the Up>I«lrad centre at preaent. 



Lawn Bowling 




Automohite Racing 
Next Saturday at 
Lanftford Speedway 



uw 
ii« 

no 
les 

113 



no 
no 

lOO 

no 



Btop 8e 
skv pii • - 
IIU'i Martin 

The Flowrr 
Real near . 



IIS 
115 

Its 
m 



^ 

•"•♦rte***i 

MIXTfi RACK— On* mil*: 

'A I Orlm R««per . , ,„. 

'A< Halnbearer ,0- 

n ' Pommv 

n w Aid wint 



^1 



•••^•••■•oa*»*,,. 



• ••0. *••• 



CFCT 

At 6:15 

Tonorrow NisM 

All 
Sports 
Results 



WITH 



Duke McLeod 

45 I^INUTEa NIGHTLY 



nfmnth aw r— .Six furlou*: 

i'"'T s«<iftn !!!!!!!! 

Mai-on Brook 
'!■<•■ ■ rplor* , 
I--' 'nlk .. 
■■■ •" "'■n B«Us ..\'.'.\\ 

l Bella 

r»a hound 

orthodos 

Priiire Heather ...... 

H'roaliel Conard 

Knorh B'lrland 

EIOHTH 
Marpal . , 

Temper 

etonybrook 

Below Zero 

Derrlckman {.... 

Quirk I.nok 

(lold^n ^^^ , 

Radio Hour 

Blue Hour 

'■•••lerTomBiy 

HlshBMit 



aUOlTING RESULTS 



111 

17 



17 

17 
17 

ho 

113 
107 
117 
IM 
113 

109 

pa«-sixt*»nth 

114 

■ • 116 

lot 

100 
113 

11? 
Ill 
114 
107 
113 



n McCalg carried all top honors 
at Hhe <iuoltlng touattmtDt staged 
by the Victoria Club yesterday aft- 
ernoon He defoatrd T Alrx.indnr 
in the final bv » il-is .score in the 
oUier matches. McCalg won froA J. 
McMillan. ai-». and Alexander elim- 
inated 8. Watt. Jl-lO. Next Satur- 
day a diMihlp,^ ni.iirh win be held on 
the .siJd-MUe Hou.se ground at a: 15 
with S. Watt and J., McMillan facing 
T. Akxandet«ad D. McCclg. 



I held them out. In ilio^ .second half 
, one forward. Rilph Ca-lor, war, do- 
ing all the work. He received liiilc 
, or no aid from his front-tine team- 
mates. Bobby Mo,s.^, in the Liberal 
net. turned in another fine perform- 
ance and Inade some great saveH 
f during bo'h halves 

I ' I.NTO OW,\ CiOAL 

I In the early minutes, Moss cleared 
I'JtOkells rron.s and then richt after 
' I John Watt cut in fa.st t^d cra.shed 
lin- a sho' againRt the croasbar. With 
II-, ^'v* minutes pone, tl^e Wests 

inn went Into the lead when Mowat, try- 
ing to clear, sent (he ball up nKain.":! 
the upright and it caromed off into 
the goal. The greenshlrts continued 
to press and Watt mls.srd twice m 
a row. the first time on a (freat open- 
ing frnni No<'l MorRaii Th" Liber- 
als forced three comers, but all were 
cleared. Moss wae hearty beaten 
when he mrymenfarlly lost W;ift',s 
drive, but he .scrambled ba^ k to .save 
a .sure ROfU, 

ResUll cleiu-ed twice from Polltano 
and then l^organ missed on a fast 
breakaway. At the thirty -nine- 
minute mark. John Watt made it 
2-0 when he iook Morgan's cross and 
scored to the eqmer Right after 
Morgan made ^^oss dive across "the 
Ji« (jonlmouth to pii,sh out a fast one. 
Smith replaced Polltano on the 
Uberals' llne-up as thef second half 
opened. Tlie intermediates looked 
dangerous at the start, but they 
failed to find the net. Moss again 
scrambled back into the goal to push 
clear the ball which he had fumbled, 
.''eoonds later Mors tipped Robin - 
."ion .s great drive over the bar. Noel 
Morgan fired in the final goal when 
he beat Moss with a first timer 



The twenty - ninth anniversary 

( penms; of the Victoria Lawn Bowl- 
ii; ; Ciub s greens tofjk place yester- 
day nftrrii )on at B«acoh Hill, with 
I'resldent C. W. Chllds^ making 'the 
inaugural weledmlnc address. He 
mentioned the pas-slng of Major R 
Donald with deep regret, and al.so 
presented W. Chfunbers and H 
Dowell with life memberships. F, R, 
Hxham. honorary president, threw 
the nr.st Jark. and Mrs. Wille. 
women's president, rolled the first 
bowl. 

Scores of. the president vs. vice- 
president match follow: 



ENQLI5H RUGBY 

LONDON, Aprtl 30 «. — Sngllsh 

itugbgr League raatehea played to- 
day reeulled as-follow.'^ 

Bradford Northern 15. York 15, 

I^lgh 5. Liverpool Stanley 20. 

League ehampiooshlpr final: 

Rttmlet I. Leeds r 



from R. Oktil^ Carlow was hurt as 
play resumed Mid WWl f^9t • few 
minutes. 

-r-X>e«ds refereed and teams follow: 

Young Liberals — Mos.s. Coates 



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TTOllll, ne!i. Carlow, Cohler, Poll- 
tano. Smith, Paul, Wharf and O. 
Mowat. 

Victoria West — T Restall. Sace 
Bell. Lorandlnl. C Restall. R. Barnes. 
R. Okell. Robinson. Watt, Morten' 
and Or Barnes. 

KSQt'IMALT Wms — 
Oo^ Into a three-goal lead In 
the first half, iKiulmalt came 
through iLgaiMt the City without 
much trouble The rtnek' hul n 
distinct edge m the opening half, 
but play was fairly even fin IMKfnal 
forty-five minutes. 

George Payne notched the first 
goal and then ."^ape Increased Kqul- 
nujUt^'csd^ JBeXorrthe half ended. 
wmrOie fioMn teTlnff the adTan- 
tage, Fiiae OMShed home hLs sec- 
ond goal to make it 3-0 at the inter- 
val. Earle Bamawell widened Bi- 
qutanalt f lead In the aeeood and 
thaS the City rt^t ^i^lns er Mved l{ls 
'teeai~'fnHn a • blanSIng bjr 
neer the finish. 



PREHIDENT 




VILE-PRasmiNT 


R IXiwDweU 




J. Morton 




A Wilson 




J Pateraon 




Mrv WlU* 




Mr*. Davy 




C W. Child* 




J. A. McDoadld 




'i»kip> .J.'.... 


. m' 


(•klp) 


• 


L, J0O«t 




Mra. Jallr*? 




Mr. ormlatea 




R Todd 




0. Rabr 




B. P. CurrI* 




L, Pollard 




Mri MiK'achla 




<«ltii" 


. if^^iUlpi 


31 


A, Jeffrey 




Mr< r.forrlion 




J I,iiie 




R r. Davy 




J. Richardaon 




J. Oeldl* 




r. T. w*bk 




OollllM 




(*kip) ....... 


. 10 


<«kipi 


11 


tfra. Armatrons 




S. J Shunk 




H. Oahan 




H Mllnea 




T \\ ;i ' ' wor t h 


A !!«;:i(lay 




R. H Harrnon 




W Peddl* 




i.sk:pi 


14 


"kip ' 


37 


[ Mrs, Tuaon 




P. Ork'nden 




A J miiain 




W. 0. Baker 




J. E Day 




3. MrMartln 




, J. L. WhltO 




B. Baiandalt 




' <ktpi .... 


t 


(«kii(> 


n 


E. H pytrrent 




f P gxham 




D. S MlcheU 




\v w, MeOonsId 




W Arni'foiig 




H A. Berkwith . 




r. B Yate* 




E n Maann 






13 




11 


Mrv Bayllg 




T. .; i-'iiiineh 




L. Turner 




M Snil'ii 




P. Ormlktoa 




M Mnvvood .' 




T. Rrntrrw 




J r Joiinien 




(aklpi ., . 


17 


'■ki;'/ 


33 


c A nuiop 




Mr. r»lrie 




J CI McKelyl* 




T I> Rnif'llfa 




W .1 MarAllan 




W 0 Mrtjirrn 




K. 0 Sherwood 




0 A, Marconlnl 






•11 


laklp' 


16 


W. Harlock 




P M Hprwner 




Mr«, Can roll 




M ' rol* 




C. CoUlng* 








H M. Wright 




P < .iruraa 






13 


''kiP' i.i..,. 


11 


W r'lnrlr'- 




H lyegatt 




J E Hdiimonil 




J Sutton 




J. H (■«:'r');i 




1 VV Da\ey 




•akipi 


1,7 


'»klp) 


11 


Mr«, Lorlmer 




Mra. Laetatt 




Mti JftROMm 




Mra. ■■finnas 


• i 


8 Part* 




D Dcwar 




'»klp> 


13 


Ilk In) 


i« 


To'»l 


l«0 


Tn'«l JOJ 



K'TORIAS 1938 automo- 
l e racing season will be 
icrcd in Saturday at thf 
Langford Speedway". Jack 
Taylor, track manager, an- 
nounced yesterday. Back -In 
the city after a visit to Seattle. 
ManaRcr Taylor slated that 
he has made pjans to have 
leading Pacific Coast speed 
.demons to pilot their cans 
over the local .speedway dur- 
ini' tl^.f .^ea.son. For the ojien- 
Ing meeting he has booked 
five American drivers and 
their .spoed"war:on.s. Victoria 
owners have been working 
hard all Winter and have 
some fLfast cars to put up 
against the invaders. Four 
new machines owned by 
Jimmy Laird, Johnny^ Wright. 
Bob Wensley and Pred ^Jarson 
will mak'' l!v- r flr%f apjiear- 
anoe Satunlav Hai<lencd dur- 
ing the Wliiior months, the 
track is In excellent con- 
dition and very fast. The first 
raoe will jetart at • o'clock. 



GRANIIilllM 

Poodle Oog Cafe and Coach 
And Horses Gain Cham- 
pionship Tri>phiet 

Mar king, the cloee of another suc- 
cessful eeeeonrtenpln tnmdlers from 
the City Senior 'and Commercial 
Leagueso gathered at the Arcade 
Alleys Friday evening for the annual 
;>n .sentatlon of trophies and Indi- 
vidual prizes. There was a large 
turnout for the event, elwayB popu- 

'mr with 'he N>w!ers. and the swtfp- 
staiif doi.Die.s provided keen compe- 
tition and some^Sne aoores were 
rolled up. 

Bob Bemple. popular president, 
occupied the chair and after a few 
introductory remarks IntrMluced 
Dune Kennedy, veteran bowler, who 
pre.sented the cups and the indi- 
vidual priz es. Before making the 
presentatlona Kennedy apoke of the 
old bowlers and made a comparlison 
of the scores of a few years ago 

and todsyr 

Poodle Dog Cafe trundlers won 
the FIt-Rlte Cup, emblematic of the 
city .senior tenpin chanipioiLshlp, and 
Art Porter, captain erf the team, re- 
oelved the tro^y. The Commercial 
League honors were won by the 
Coac.'i and Horses, and Bob Heal, 
captain, waa pr eee n ted with the 

Tolmie Cup. 

The managoment of the Arcade 
Alleys wa,s thanked by the bowlers 
for ite-tnany eourteeiee shown dur- 
ing thff seaeon and for the oo-opera- 
tionjn ogi me e tl o o with the grand 
finale. 

Soores in the play-ofT serlea be- 
tween the Poodle Dog Cafe and The 
Daily Colonist follow: 

TWa saiLV COtANlST 
w. T*mpi*taa lie 162 1S4 S06 



I^>otbaIl League playece hang up 
their outfits todKjr after one of the 

most griielllng seasons on record. 
Championship honors went to Cel- 
tic last week, but bottom -placed 
t«a.nis battled to the last ditch to 
avoid relegation. 

. There, was no doubt of Morton 
behig shipped "down the river." but 
it was a mad scramble between at 
least six other clubs to hold their 
major league status. And it wasn't 
unfit the last day of the campaign 
that Morton's' partner wa.s decided. 

SCiarCing off with a blLstonng of- 
fensive. Dundee led the clicoit In 
the early weeks of the campaign atid 
then faded. The team wa.s gradu- 
ally shoved near the botton^ and 
over the v^ix k-viui ciuildn'i do any 
better than a scoreless drww against 
w h o pull e d uut uf tin deuiu t lon 



H. Haaaare »S1 179 

H. Pickup lie 166 

C, Chlaleti IB5 lao 

Low acor* 167 1S3 

Total* U3 683 

POODUC DOO CAtV 

A. Porter lOT IN 

A. RiddcU sio lis 

....•v..... ITS Its 
*..«•*.••.. ' soo 

..•..■•..a. 17S 



I6S— 543 

I5S - S07 

1 60- .S6.S 

181— &I0 

66« 3630 



111— 647 



J. Howell 

J. rvrtiuea 
R. WUaoa 



IIS— Ml 

III- iia- ssa 

in 167— MT 



_Tol»l< ■^ , Ml (, I 

SEASON'S AVLKAl.ls 
Averages for the seaM.n- p; , , 
were annouii((d. showing 11- it: W : 
son, Aodle Dog Cafe trundler. as 
high man in the City Senior League, 
and Pred Voting, of the Arcades, 
top bowler In the Commercial 
League. , 
City Senior Leagne 

O.itiie'; A\f rage 



R Wil. nn . 
A roiter . 
I. Malcolm 
J. Howell . 



.... 84 
. 81 

ti 

.-. 84 



H. Moulton .... 6.5 

B. Pedcn 72 

A. Benn : 84 

J. Leetham 84 

C Chi'lett 78 

A Hiwkins . 75 

•I Ferguson ^....1.. M 

H, Pickup 87 

J. Qulnfi 30 



SAINT SAVIOURS 
-BEAT POLItt, 3-1 



\ 



■' VANCOUVPTR, April 30 T ."^alnt 
Saviours battled out a .1-1 victory 
wer Vancouver Polie* today in a 
flrst-round replay hi the Province 
Cup seeerr serlee. The other pro- 
vincial battle today saw North Rhnre 
swamp Viklngp. 5-0, m a second- 
round match. 

Si^nt Sdttourl. wiSo wen held to 
• S-t dnv by PQiiee is.«t Saturday, 
M !•! at the half ai ! ndded an- 
other in the second session to put 

the game t wifr- - 

aeored the ■ateeate' ««r 



'ally in the I first minute of play. 
John Moffatt'equaUaed for Saints at 
the thirty -five minute mark, and 
Ted Knefen made it 2t1 for Saints 
a minute and a half later. 

Murray West added the other 
Saint goal on a rebound midway 
tfuough the. second half. 

MRS. S. ENKE IS 
CLUB CHAMPION 

Mrs Stephen Bike carried (rf/'ttie.l 
women's championship of the r:ol- 
wood Oolf Club on Friday after- 
noon when the etroked her way to 
a cnmparativ»'ly easy vlriorv over 
•Mrs. H. O. Mackenzie in the 
.scheduled^ eightern-hote final, 8 
and 4. 

The first hole was halved and 



to Victor^- by raprurinK the next 
Tour insucce.s.sion. and Irani then on 
coastfdhome. Mi;8. .Mackensle was 
playing her Irons well but bumped 
into trmible on several orca.siona 
from tlie t^. ^Mrs. Enke was steady 
and made few mistakes thtodghout 
j the round. • 1 

In -he final of the first flight, 
I Mrs. Z. Huse defeated Mrs. A. C. 
' 8tk:kley, 4 and J, while Mrs. H. F. 

f'ro-ve, women's capUln at the clu*. 

was right on her game tp trln^ilis, 

W. H.lAw«on, 8 and ». la the final 

of the seooad lilght 



189.4 
1848 
183.6 
181.a 
179 7 
17R.1 
178 
177.8 
177g 
177.7 
177.8 
177 3 
I7:»«. 
174 ' 
174 
173 8 
173 
173 
1723 
1718 
1882 
165 .■) 
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IRISH FOOTBALL 



BELFAST, Aprtl 30 rp Belfast 
Soccer Cup matches played today 
re.sulted as follows: 

Coleraine 0. Unfleld 4. . 

DlstUlefy 2. Lame 3. 

Ards-ft. Portadou-n 2. '- 

Belfast O^ic 0, Bangor 1. 

Wewry Toim T, Olentoran 4; 

Beuymeag Vniti^ o. Dmy Cttf 1. 



A Falk 

O. Oc^belt, ...» 

A. Riddeii 

H. Ranard .j 

R. Semple 
w Templeton .... 

R. ElWOOd 

0. Kerr . 

O. Freer 

J Perrie 

High single fame. I. Maleolm, 387 
High three garner T M.T'-oIm. ««8 
Commercial Leagne 

_ . Oamof Ay*rae« 

F. Young 

E. Beaney 

ft Cain 

R. Turner 

E. Borde 

W! Sturl-r«n ... 

A. Spouse 

K. Matthews 

A. H. N^nn 7> 

A. Stokes ...... M 

A. Trtpp ....^ 71 

P R*y M 

E. Ruell M 

R. Heal 82 

B. Marchant vi 

B. Brothenon ......... 21 

8. Baker .„ 34 

B, Thylor 85 

C. Armstrong 

O. Kastwooc^ 31 

O. Rarria ...J ji 

A. .Cain 63 

E. Hume 40 

O Roskamp . 47 

High single game. A. Spouse. 342. 

Rla^ thrle gamee. A, Stokes, 827. 

Rugky Union Reakdtd 

LONZXMf. April SO <R. — BBglish 
Rugby Union gamea plared ledby 

resulted ss follows: 
Aberavon 20 I>Ianelly 0. 
AbertUlery 14. Newport t. 
CroBi Keys 8. Nrsth 3. 
Pontypooi 5. Cardiff 8. 
Pontyrpldd 15, nidgend f. 

HOLES TEE SHOT 

Thomas Miller joined the mythical 
Hole-in -One Club yesterday after- 
noon pt.the Macaulsy point Oolf 
Club, when he sank his fee shot at 
tha- short n:n' ,', < playing 

^ycfc rmi^. R. Berry and 



mlHer liijpifUe company. 

MANY UP8CTS 
The aeaeon Just ended hee seen 
many upsets both In league and cup 

■.varfare. Kilmarncxk. .'ituatod Just 
ouLside the reJegatlon area, upset 
the cup competition with' hard- 
earned victories over Celtks and 
Rangers, the country's greatest cup- 
Mk'hting t-aiiLs. The KiUles reitched 
Uie fuiai and after playing Eksl 
Fife, Second Divlskm ch*, io a 1-1 
draw In < tha final, tact the leplay. 
4-2. in overtime. 

It marked ^he flr.st time m the 
history of the cup a Second Division 
chib captured the "mug." Kait Vlfe 
al«6 put up a great fight to advance 
into the major circuit, but finished 
in a fifth-position tie with Oo«d«a- 
beath. 

Ralth Rovers and AlMan Hovers 

will take positions, vacated hy Mor- 
ton and Dundee, the latter perform- 
ing in the minor circuit for the first 
lime In Its history. Ralth concluded 
its thirty-foiir-gam« Khedule with 
a convincing 4-1 d^v'lsion at Dun- 
fcrmlln*. and Albion altiiounh held 
to a 1-1 deadlock by .Montrose, nosed 
out Alrdrleonlans in final complla-. 
tlons. The Alrdrto club ended the 
• i.^on with a .'i-H .stalematie against 
l>unde«; United Haith had flfty- 
nUie poinLs. AJbion forty^lghi, and 
Alrdrleonlans 47. 

It was generally thought Queen 
of South. gam<* little Dumfries team, 
wdlild go down. Pitted against the 
powerful -Olasgow Rangers Satur- 
day, this great "money" team 
whipped last year's league liili.sus. 
3-2. The victory gave -tie team 
thirty-three points, on even terms 
with HamUton Academlcale, Clyde. 
St. Mirren. .Ayr United and Kil- 
marnock 



in Ita thirty-eight co&testa. 

Performing at Ayr, Dundee tried 
hard to score, but the United put up 
a rock-like defence that held the 
deiperate liivadinra. r 

Queen of 6outh-j triumph was nil 
the more notable as the match waa 
played at Ibrox P arl ^ lelf tt the 
Rangers. Wlth|a the first V^lrtyl 
mihubes the visitors had scored nil 
their go:i;.s, Law n^ttiiiK' iwI.N' a;.(l 
Oakea once. TYie champions came 
back fttrong in the final ftirty-fiyo 
minutes and could eoone only twice, 
McPhall and Tumbtill feeing the 

marksmen. ^ 

CLYDfi IKU .HPIIS 
Clyde made aore o^ Its titst league 
atatHs with a 3-1 veid i c t et Mo r Um. 
OUles. WiUMi and Noble scored loij 
lh« Al»ipl>uUd«rs, Black ba nging ttt, 
•1 cUth's tone taU>; 



Hamilton entertained Queen'.s Park* 

colorful aniaU^ur club from Glas- 
gow, and chalked up a point In ita 
1-1 draw. Wilson netted for Ac< eS 
and Martin eoored the vllltors' goal^ 
Three eAeond-half goett gave CeT- 
tlc a 3-0 victory at home over Hiber- 
nians. Divers, Lyon from a penalty, 
and Dei.iney -i^re .the ehempkmiT 
markamen. 

Highest aodkw «t the day iaa 
posted at Edinburgh, where Hearts 
smothered Kilmarnock. 5-1. Art 
Black, the circuit's leading goal- 
getter, paced the marksmen with 
two. D^kes, Walker anc^ Blgga get- 
ting the othen., GUleipie replied 
for the Killiae. 

In the other end-of-the-seaeo* 
matdies, Falkirk blanked St. Mlrrrn^ 
Sm; St. Johnstone and Motherwell 
drew. 2-2. and the TIkhI Linaik- 
Partlck Thistle oontest ended 1-1* 
Ayr United 0, Dibndee 0. 
Celtic 3, Hlhemia'ni 0. 
Hamilton Academicals 1, Queen'e 
Park 1. I 
Hearu 5. Kilmarnock L j 
Morton 1. Clyde ». I 
Rangera 2, Querji of South 3 i 
St. Johnstone 2. Motherwell 3. 
St. Mirren 0, Palkirk 3. "| 
Third Lanark l, Partick Thlst 

DlTlsioii II 
Albion Rovers 1. Montrose 1. 
Alloa 3, Forfar Athletic 3. 
Dundee United s, Alrdrleonlans a. 
Dunfermline l. Ralth Rovt rs 4 
East Sthrllng 2, Cowdenbeath 
St Bemerda S. King's Park 
stenhouaamuir 1, Leith Atjdetlc li 



itleelij 



A workout for senloj/'and Inter- 
mediate Oaklands la^onse playera 
will be held at Spwnr l*ark tomor-* 
row evening aty/B 15 o'clock All 
Dundee had one les<i and I players ai« asktM to attend. 



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KEEN STRUGGLE FOR ENGUSH FOOTBALL HONORS 



Wolverhampton XI 
And Arsenal Team 
In Positron ta Win 



Fir^t Division < .liaiii|»i(»ii<^liip Still in Doiiht att 

hifiiuHs Hriui Into Final Vt SrlirMnlr 

Vt olvTH Have Tho More (»ain»*s Left and 
Have Great Chance to Nose Out Guniiera 



LONDON. May 1 fR.— TtM KicUflh | chanoi to draw Uyel with the leader 



Football League rounds' tAtO lt« 

final week wUb only-Xiir^tM^SP^- 
«htp decided m Its four dhdstons 
While th^* major W(?up titfp U still 
in doubt', with a grr^t la.st-clltCh 
•tnifVl* tor the honor between 
Arsenal ai?d Wolverhampton Wan- 
derers, the Second Division title has 
beon riinrhf^i.t^.thr «oio(fin Aiton 

villa eleven. 

Although Idle over the week-ead, 
tha^lO l la n a w lt lf uum mors lamt to 



the week-end. but ended its 
fort'y-two-game' schedule on tha 
wrotiK side-e* »eo re at 9outb- 

ampton. , " 

The Southern circuit shows Mill- 
wall IcadliiK 'A It 11 filtv-foiir point* 
and Watford n£x.t, in Ijne v^h one 
poin^ksa. The former needs a draw 
in its remaining c<^test at Exeter 
next Saturday io advance into the 
Second Division. ' 
Tranmere took over Nortliem 



play— head the group w i tti fifty -fve i Sectioa leadership on Saturday, one 
points. Sheffield United had a gritt^polnt ahead of Hull City and two 



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up on Doncaster Rovers and Old- 
ham Athl«*tic Hull ha* one more 
match to play, wiiHe the Ttanmere, 
OonoMter Md tM Athtetki hftve 
two each. 

FACINO DBMOnC^ 
Relegation-threatened clubs In the 
major circuit , .are still battling 
Huddersfleld Town, loser to Preston 
North E^nd in the cup final. Is In 
bottom position with thirty-five 
I points, one loss than Manchester 
\imty, stoke city, Birmingham, Ports- 
mouth, West Bromwlch Albion and 
Qfln}.sby^Town. Hudder^field, Stoke 
aiul Weat Bromwlch have two 
matches in hand, whUt the others 
have one. 

Playing at Highbury, Arsenal cap- 
tured two points in lt.s 1-0 victory 
over Liverpool. Carr .stored the k»i>1 
after thirteen mmut^.s and troni 
that point on the mvader« iUd.moi^t 
of the attacicing. 

With two more matches to play — 
one more than tlie Gunners— Wol- 
verhampton Wailderera wefe unfor- 
tunate-to salvage only a point In 
their home game against Chel£^a. 
After a .s' dk I* . s first half. Burgess 
gave the Londoners 'the undeserved 
lead and Galley equalized from a 
pnnaUr, now the end. 

Manchester Olty^ terrific fight 
agalast rflegation was .seen ui the 
team's overwhelming 6-2 victory 
Leeds United. Doherty scored 
twlre in the first ten minutes and 
completed the hat-trick . near the 
end of the contest. 

Blrmingiiam and Orlniaby Town 
turned la w i nn i ng e ff o rt s, b.ut W es t 
Bronnrlch Albion and Portsmouth 
met reverses. Birmingham defeat- 
ed Brentford 2-1. the Toan edged 
out Derby County 2-1, the Albion 
went vider 3-1 at Blackpool, lad 
Portsmouth lost 5-2 to Sverton. 

Leicester City put an end to 
Charlton .\liiletic s championihip 
hopt\s, uddell netting a first-haU 
Kual for the City that proved to be 
the only score of the game. ; 
The struggle for .second place and 
iiKhl to pi oiiiotion with A.slon 
VUla trom the Second Division lies 
"between Sheffield United, Coventry 
City and Manchester United. Shef- 
field with fifty-three points has 
coniplotpd lUs .scliodiile, but it^ rivals' 
oacli have one match aiiead and are 
two point,s behind. Goal avera||e 
wlll'b^ !l;<' <!•■. Ill::',; f , ■■,,<: " ' 

COVfcMKV BLAifcN 

Coventry failed 3-1 at Plymouth 

.\!L;'.ip. TliP home leam doiiunatf-d 
pl.is' in Uif 0|x'iiuiK forty-rive min- 
ulr.>, .Uid Cra.. ley. Coventry dclt'iid- 
er, put . through his own goal. Lane 
ahd Hullett added further goals for 
thf" .'VrKVle. Robcrus avoriing a shtlt- 
uiit in ihe i,i.,L niiimte, 

^ito kpuri County will play Hn the 
Third Division next seasoa. the Mid- 
landers' dooAi- being sealed when 
they la t 4-1 at Bradford. Nott.s 
Forest and Barrusley, each with 
lhlrt3^-five f>oint,s ure struggling to 
avoid a similar fate. 

Rawllngs scored two RoaLs for 
MiUw;ill a;?iiin..l Brighton In the 
Tliird Division, ftoutliern Section s 
outstanding match, and the victor 
consolidated its position at the top 



Winners of Tenpi»HoAor» 





Local FootbaLL Teams 
Beat en in C up Finais\ 

\ icloria \thl*'lir (iliil) Go«'s Down to f»- 1 l)«>f«'al al 

llandf^ of Nanainio South F^nd KHqninialt Meal 

Market Drop8 Hard-Fought (JU ertinie Gam« 



' Vaneouvier and Nanaimo Juvenile 
soccer elevens registered victories 
over local teams In the Vancouver 
Island. And the British Columbia 
chamjiionshlp matohes played yes- 
terday at Victoria West Park. 

Pla>ln(( In the first gaiiie of th< 
double bill. Nanaimo South Eiid 



and many fouls irere called against 
eaeh tetm. After sixteen minutes 
of the half had passed, Esqulmalt 
Meat Market drew up level with 
the visitors when Barqr Morris, 
Vancouver fullback, scored In his 

own net In att<*mpt!ii(f In clear 
With the score deadlocked, both 



KENrs 



HEW 1938 

WESTINfiNOISE 
lEFIIIEUTOIS 

Now pii Ditplajr 

KENT'S 

641 YATES STREET 



Cj.iscos, tenpin trundlers pictured above, wound up a successful season inch Of the 

on the maple runways at the Olympic Alleys by winning the Olympic *™ Wt-OOTdons - Esqulmalt 

Commeru.i! Tenpin Leanue championship. Those in the picture are: Market flxlwa Was the better 

Lcit to .nght. T<!d Beaney. Budd Page, Bob Lt^dbrooke. Bill Mowat the two maU l tee i L ocals passed 



trouBiokl Victoria Athletic CJu^. te«n« fought gamely for the wln- 

6-1. In the Island final In the under TOU'ker, and whUe the Visitors 
fifteen division In the ftnal en-i^^ft^e better of the play In the 
counter Vancouver Ex - Gordons ^ i\Horn minute.s of the session, 
eked out a 2^ overtime victory I furtl^er scoring resulted, 
over Biquimatt Meat MarkcLJn the It^ was Jack Pomfret, young Van 
under sixteen provincial 'final. 1 couver aquatic star, who won the, 

ftame six minutes after the .start of 
the overtime, when he snared a I 
Ipose ball close /to the local goal and 
■ aee r ed . . tt Q u lmaK Meat 'Market 



(captain), Dave Easier and BU Draper. 



of the table. Tranmere Rovers ap- 
pear certain champions of the 
Northern kwp. They defeated HuU 
City, their rival, at tlia week-«fMl^ 
Edeh netting the only goal of the 
game. - ' . 

I . 



Arsenal 1^ Liverpool 0. 

Blaclcpool 3, West Bromwlch Al- 
bion 1. 



ibuceer Banquet 
SHforMayl2 

Wednesday fVxKball League ofll- 



itp their chance of Uking the pro- 



gattier arouhd the festive' boaNI oii 

Thursday, May 12, when the mid 



take advantage of their .numf 
scoring oppor'. unities, more par» 
tlcularly in the Initial stania. 

Malnlaaders scored all three 
goals, two in the E.'^qulmalt Meat 
Market net, and one in their own. 

Locals opened on the offensive 
and passed up a golden opportunity 
of toking an early lead when Ton- 
kin skied the ball over the frame- 



fought back gamely and In the final 

v4r.r.i.i mm^^ —u _ « .• j A overtlm* ae&slon narrowly missed 

vinclal .crown when they f ailed^4«- -^m 



ng the .score on two occasions. 
McMillan. r$teread, «nd the teams 
were: • 

Vancouver Ex-G<>idoiiN - Carter, 
Pomfr^, MorrLs. Carios. Phillips. 

McLaren. Qreavcv T a n t qx us.l shalcen up early in tlie 



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CO.NSl I 1 I S 
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oiliar nij ot M«o." vtlb t rWtm tnt 
for Ciilarcatf PrMt»>« wrTHOOT 
OPKHATION. OlMnoali Mm., T*l> 
tiinuniain and advic« la ,>l«ln w- 
rrlope l-Tr* bi mmU. Ov asil U Uy 
rre.ia.enl Dy mB WMkaSt 1«V- 
•on^l inttrvltw. ^ ■ 

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PISPENSARY LTD. 

Dsvl* St.. VkneaiTM. BO 

KilablUhrd In VancosTcr 11 T»ri 

GuuulUtMM by .•ppetntmcnt 
ONIV. fheae TiMly ISIS 



Thompson. Martin and Todd. 



Bacon. Smith. 
Duncan, Cle- 



BQltpn Wanderers 3, Middles- , "^^es il« annual baiiquec work with only the goalie to beat, 

broufh-tr- - | and presenUt ion of trophies. The I Mainianders gradually settled down 

Brentford 1. Birmingham 2. 1 ^ ^ Hudson's j and started working some excellent 
Derby County 1. Orlmsby Town 2. 1 dlninf-rOom. Introduced a few ( combination plays, and It was on a 

Evertpn 5 Port.-inouih 2 ' y^*" Wnt has gained In smart niovemeiu down the left wing 

Leicester. City 1. Charlton Ath- 1 [^P")'"^*y^«^_W ^ ^^on« 
l^Uc 0. ' ' "* - - - 



Mulr, V.AC, goalie, was badly 

but 



played throughout 
McMillan refereed. 



Rotherham 



"4 ■■" 




\ Manchester City 6. Leeds United 2. 

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, 
Chelsea- J. 

DlvUion II 

Blackb\im Rovers 3. Tottenham 
Hotspurs 1. 

Bradford 4, Stockport County i. 

ChesteHleld 1. Netto Forsst-0. 

Pulham 4, Bury 0. 

Norwich City 0. Luton Town 4. 

Plymouth Argylk 3, Coventry 
City 1. . 

" SheOeld Wednesday 3. Burnley 1. 

Southampton 2 Sheffield United 1. 

•Swan.^'a Town 2 
United 0 

West Ham United I, Manchester 
United 0. ' 

Division ill— N'orthen 

Barrow 0, Chester 2. 
Crewe 'Alexandra 3; 

United 1. 

Darluigton 1 Doiica.^tcr Rovers 1 
Gateshead 3, Bradford City 0 
flartlepoola United 4. Carlisle 

United 1. 

HiUl City 0, Traiinierp RoVers I. •• 

^I.in(oln City 2. Il.iiii,i\ Town 0. 

New Urit^htiin 2, York City I, - 

Oldiiam Mhletic 2. SouthpcKtTo. 

Port Vale-4, Rochdale 1. 

WrexhniM " A. n 'oi, Stanley 0. 
■ «f 

houthem Section 
Aldenihot 1,. Queen's Park Rang- 
ers 0 

Bri-stol City 0, Bristol Rovcr.s 0. 

Crystal Palace 1. Cardiff Cit s 0. 
— Sxetee-GHy 3rClepten Orient 0. 
„ GllllnRham 1. Torquay United 1 

Mill ^all 2. Brighton 0. 

Newport County 0, Northampton 
Tow n 0. 

NotU County 3, Wal.sall 1. 

Reading 4, Bournemouth 1. 

Swindon Town 1, Southend 
United 1. ' 1 . , 

Watford 3. MaiUfleld Tajwh 4- 

PIMUCO RACING 



PIMLieo. AprU 30.— #htrtiM for 
Monday follow: 
naxT iuri— Four furiom 

SUout About Ill 

n«y Amaienn 111 

8h«ll Wc Dane* Ill 

Post Luck lU 

Balletrr . , .* i n i 

Hoot Tnot IK I 

M' -'rrir.il 1 U I 

Hob Junior . . . . , IIA I 

Pure MIM 113 1 

Top aenff TT5 

Cnlmiml Mild m 

Hurdy Jim ; . 

8«vant ' 

Bi«llrl< 

Ooldrii Bouch . . 

yule Appi* . ,\ 

^rrnvn aACC— eix furloatt: 
[ i^i.iiiiti,,,,,,,, . , , 

•■ I «r .'; 

S' : ill .: , 

nork Priend ; ,115 

Idillc 'JM 

Wuid^rii s Hop# , Jto 

failiolu Clmtnn ,,. 112 

'Al Nnthan Hale 

Oiirith* • lis 

Balcony, , ,„ 

Trartii^lii , llj 



the largest sport banquets held in 

Uie city. . 



mm vicTCMUA cup 



that they garnered their first goal. 
Taklnff a pass ffom the outside 

man, McLaren, left half floored 
with a well placed .shot to the cor- 
ner of the goal. 

E squim au Meat Market attacked 
from the centre, but their olTenslve 
plays lacked fiiiLsli and scorhiR op- 



HUIiaT PARK. England. April (iO 
(P.— Edward Esmond's Phakos, a 

four-year-old by Pharos frpm Phi- [jortunities went begging. Awarded 
Phi. today won the Victoria Cup by , penalty when Thompiwn, Main 
a head from O. T. Applewhait^' 
Over Coat. In a elofee fliUah' Mr 
OeorKp Bu'.louRh's Daytona wa.s an- 
other head back in third place In 
the fteld of eighteen. 
Phakos. winner of the Lincoln- 
N e w c a 8 1 le ' ."^hiie five weeks ago. started at 100 
!o 8 Over Coa; at 9 to 1 and Day- 
tona at 7 to 1. The race was over 
stfven furlinga for a purse of 13,000 
($10,000). 



fUUback. fell on the ball, 
Esqulmalt failed to score when 

Mickey Smi l. s s.iot from the spot 
was wide of the uprights, 
For th% reihainder of the half 

the teams fouRht hard with play 
moving up and down the field at a 



Knowle.i. Stewart. 
.^dam.s. Shu brook 
menu.. Tho 
iad Wyatt. 

NANAIMO WINS 
Displaying a far superior brand of 
football, a heavlep-«Td*fast^r 'Na- 
naimo South End team had little 
difficulty defeating t2ie Victoria 
Athletic Club. 6-1. * 

Norman Baker, blond -thatched ^ , y'l i 
centre-forward and son of Cyril j ,3rr Tiff* (Jnr)S tO 
Baker, former Victorian, who played 
with the Wests moce than a decade 
ago. wa.s the scoring ace for the vis- 
itors. Baker bagged four goals^ In- 
cluding the "hat trickl' io the final 
session. Jack. B^hkston and Gil- 
bert Stevens ii^ere tha other Na- 
naimo .scorers. 

Up-Island fired home two goals 
In the first half and added tour 
more in the final canto. ' . 

Ab Travi.v uvslde left of the 
V AC. and the best player on the 



and tha beaoM- 



-Ifttnalmo flo uth Snd — Jordan. 
JdHfiBione. iTiolnson, Dow, Clark.wn, 
Ci'THrd. Foirest«T. Perrv Baker, 
Brankston. Stevens and Harris. 

Victoia Athletic Club — Mulr. D. 
Simpson. Carter, Popham. Atlierlon. 
Holmes, Speller, Perkins, K. Simp- 
aon^ Jtavli and «mith. 



Hold Meet Today 



fast clip. When the breather ar- field for the, local squad, socved t^lr 
rived the score was still 1-p for the ' lone tally in the final half from a 
visitors. ki<:k just ouUide and to the left 

Play was rough in the final statue of the penalty area. 



The annual golf tournament 
sponsored by th'e'^Bervioe iSSSoif 

Council of V'k 'nr;.-\ /^A .11 take pi. ice 
this afternoon at^ tiie Uplands 
course: All mcmlMrs of local clubs 
are eligible U> compete, and po^t- 
entrles will lie accept*^ Play will 
l)e <>iuhteen hole.'; on full hftruHcap. 
Players are asked to be at the club- 
house by 1 o'elock, when starUnt 
times wlU' be allotted. A dinner 
will be held in the evening, at which 
the trophy will be presented. 



BUY YOUR MOTOR CAR WISELY 

RIDE. . . DRIVE. . . COMPARE 




1 



•uying a Car is p eeb ahl y tlie aieat importaat deeisiaa in 
your luetimsh aaat to your home. In't it just good ssaOe 
to get all tiiefaietviavestiBaie ciaiaM> Itetande to raaaOa 
yov caa't know PlyfaMutli'e aiduiac new ride until «4a 
ortve the car. See your nearest Cliri^ler-PlymouA tIaalSr. 



2 



UMd-Car Dealers put a kiglMr resale 

value on Plymouth than on any of its 
aaaipetitors. Reason? Bettor engineering 
. . . all stosi body. X braced frame, ky- 
dratiKe brafcas. foH-length water iadketf. 



3 



Plymautk's Plstom h«v« four 
riiiga. instsad a< the usual thr 
They beU 



ii« 

.U« 
ins 
us 

107 
117 

ii; 




LI9HT WilOHT. . . f ASIER TO MOVE 

li::li.i:t 




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ii« 

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no 



CWITH NIW ^ 
HAMPION 



SPARK PLUGS 



HATIOHAl SPARK PLUG CHANGI 
WHK— MAY 2m to Itm 

Go places tfait Spring with so 
eofiato that's as MI of juwb^ 
vitalitf a* fta #Mi «f A* s siso l 
itself. . 

Reptaco tftose ailleetO'eF^Mr 

wint«r-w«arf iperk plug* which 
line sod Mreooous service hsve 
tolled of efficieacy, with new 
CiMMpioni. ^'ou will expcrienos 
a anrge of new power, fascac 



performinra which 
bring to evesy eofiae 



Chaaploas 



Chaapion Spark flug Chaoge 
Week has becoM «he acceftod 

period for hrin)i<ag cars up to peak 
performaocc. Regularly at this time 
or every IO.<KM) miles, saotorins 
bsve their f himpion dealer check 
dMir ipark plujit. When new tpark 
"Vtogs are, necessary, from An ecoo- 
^MWrswii eft«iency staadp6iiii,«bey 
demand rhampioas becaiue ibey 
ayp eo ciac e tin.niataioed better per* 
feraoaca aad ibe gai^iaviag 
•coaooiy tkat Cbaaspioes alo^ 
pr^^ltl*. S(i#j 



13 rp 



■^"^z A 



B 1 ro'nnf k 

V • ■ . , 

I A • llrniiilrii. 

Mithl WalrtTT— — .. .. 

K I • V T.itif* , 



Bl.uK Kalcon «,...,. IIP 

Tr1(lv« flt^r ' ltd 

Jo'irnrr nn i if, 

M ii'ii'^ny 109 i 

.Sd. !■» ;i u . 12: ' 

Wn» j*tii«>r Ill 

--vtn'arii aaci— Mile afle a«v»nty »•rd^ 

Cravit lU 

Blin r« 

Autumn Qurat inn 

Tfdrtr Weed .*?T.. il« 

Bja-^k W«vf lot 

Spnnc Mfadow 114 

riFTH B.tC-B R'x rurloMH: 
infantry 
Zoi>(»ra . . 
.»nv Jar 

r. .• 

SIXTH RALE Mil)> and oni!-klxtM>nU» . 
r'itr;c 'ino . 13J 

aa.n Antinca x. 117 

Oei<tan>VMn ..- Ii7 

Nadir Ill 

113 

iid 
\ti 



bhaust Valve teat Imorts*** 

another economyadvaatage. Tbey 
resist heat and wioar . . . stand up 

better prmfpnne Valve-grin*- 



5 



LESS LOAD ON BEARINGS 



Heart at the C-Cyllnder L-Head Cnglne^Plyrteuth's 
four-bearing crankshaft and aluminum alloy piston*— 
tbeyjive quicbar pick-tip. You getTuB-pi wBurelubficatioa. 
' chain-driv«B eemsltaft. Batontad FTooting P( 

mountinga . lal loag-life foatiires 




6 



T|m Pad4a4 RaN on this seat is pert of 
I'lymouth's extra safety AnH Plvmonih 
has Safety Glaas throuK'>' 
smooth mire. fhrv«l»T '\an 



im , 
lOS 

jas I 
inn I 

IJO I 




7 CWlirt j ftwyy M'P** ''Ix!*^,*'*'* big air- 
'~|4ni^Typf 'shocl-aFieorlma^ "live" mhtier 
body mounting* and "radio •tiirJio" sound- 
' proohng block out jolta. bumjMi. rned 
rumble and vibration. Reatful oamI 



8 



tNC Itn KYMOUTH IS tlQ ... Roomy - Neerly 7 inri^ lon^r than one rti tKe 
Other two leadmf low pTiceH rara . . more than 10 inctiee longtr than the other l >>>r»o- 
miral . . . Ownera refv)rt 21 to 24 miles to a irallon of gM . . . 20% MVinga in oil Arvi 
rem^mtier. ahl.otigh liifrV ""'I r'»>mier f'l' >i,'«iili la priced with the loweat ' S*^.. •. •ir 

reet Chryeler-Plymouth-F.rgo deeW TOIMYI RIDE . . . DRIVE . . . CX)f^FARLI 



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BrUht Mark .. 
ETtriold ... 
Whitf Send 
KMeM -Warrior 
sF^evTp'aacB-lCUesaf oq,t-ti|t«*nth 

s - Bu-t "TTrrrTT!"!'. ms 

n- » • nr-n ...'..T.. ' 110' 

y ■■• ., m 

\ il\'tt .M. .......<.. 1 lit' 

M.>r»;!«i ;r....'.;r. ii« 

DMnair lie 

rhatterdoo I0» 



CNICK Al|» 



C.iW«1 WNiN YOV €NAN«f Oil 



Huppj 
.^bnt SIMl 
Bon* PrlMe 

SinnprV », 

Tn r»v-ii-'ii ......... .-r.--. 

Ch;rinna 

Brfd irt Blue 

Mecn^nnj 

Pim MM. ii:M a«i- 

sisari tfeek fasi, 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, yICyOR^A•. B.C., SUNDAY, MAY 1. 1938 



Oiiii^pjeed—044iu^^ tkem all! 

Underwood 

STANDARD AND NOISELESS 

TYPEWRITERS 

MADE IN CANADA 



Underwood Elliott Frsher Limited. J. J. Seitz, Pres. Miss S. Craig, Mgreis , 706 Fort St. Phone t 8621 




SEfiVE AREA 

Buckle Service Station Mas 
Fully Equipped Stores in 
Immediate Vicinity 



I 



lias S«'rv«'«l I'lihlic 
Many \ 




"Pipe DREAM". 



K It aow loed mart in » flgunttlTi 

than UtereJ aenae, M of )ot 
ichtmct ok. pUuii Avpwedy .oObu* 
Vil0d to brtaif About % pdiitlca) 

Hm original allutlom howover. 
wu to_tlM lUiMion or (Mtukm tn- 

spired by pipe-.'imoklnK of narcotics; 
the pipe, though, 1.^ Bomelimes 

NEW RING 



omitted, a> In this Btory reeently 

told by New Ydrk'.s Mayor La- 
auardia, about two tramps walking 
down the Bowery on f Wintry night.' 

One of the tr^pt sloped down 
and picked up a small whl^ pack- 
age. He sniffed it. shook his head, 



you Juit plA . up 



Bis partmr 

"What did 
there?- 
H* wu 

the remark: 
'•Here, take a sniff of thls."> 

The other tramp ti>^>k a sniff. 



With 



threw back hit shoulders and said ! :ihook his head, braced himself, and 
tOLWiPMlaMt:^-..... \ 



...,>.,^ik-,.;. , 



Joe, I think r will bUy out the' "John, forget about buying those 



Pennsylvania and New York Central 
TTillmxli ■ml Tnfcybt tbo Atehlsod 
and Union Padfle, ted^ If tho ttnu 

are right." 

HU stde-MA looked at him In 
nuprlMjEDd ftskad why 

'^ell. X likr thdbe roads and I 

want to control transportation in 
the East and West." • 



railroads, 
tbam." 



I Just decided not to sell 



Mere Woman: '•E^'prybody In the 
town knows about It. Some are 
taking her |Nurt and some his." 

Mere Kan: "And a' few eectatrle 
individuals are minding theh: own 
business, I .supix)s»» " 



^HPIil up 

her ugly 



HER lovely new ritig just em- 
phasized her rough, red dish- 
^MiiJiAndil She coiu M hs wrc-wtptt • 
Tben a friend suggested Lux for 
dishes. Soon her hands grew softer, 
whiter. Lux contains no harmful 
alkali to rob the skin of its precious 

it'e Iwhy it 
prevents dishpan 
redness. Buy the 
economical big boxl 



DISHPAN HANDS 

.• : / 




— for dishes 
ends 
dishpan 
hands 



$ttm^ kMk mt pltnttful »m LfftT 

MtUhtur Bird Rtfff^f ^f* ufutt t u fii 

llttj ^im flocks •/ ftUtmi. 



SOUTHERN OHGONpAyS 



H Ikt ktmt •! iht fernt-<Ud Sitk 
JWOi <Wf i^W fimfti Orif^on Ca^tt, 
'9ml mMUfgromnd mmrhl* rtPtrnt 
> Mnmgt, mm9tl»m ftrm^itniu. 



luil Berth o< tho CaliiomU border U«« one of the 
meet giotloai vacation counhiee in aU AiMiioa. 
It is a land of greenery^of towehng mountains, 
blue lakes, rushing streams It is cool and pleasant 
Splendid^ highways lead to its sceneo of bMuty. 
i Yev'U wn\f wMt Cnier tyeesead the On^oa 
Caves, both in Uncle Sam's National Park syilemr 
Plan now to vacation in Oregon, the air condi- 
Loned state of the Evergreen Playground It is 
wwy taexpenslTe. The average expendihare oi 
•elorists visiting Oragoa ia 1937 mm^if *3.60 
pox Uv Send for the St«f«» s illustrated booklet. 

>sreis<isssfwaemMnm;Fienii t— < •s.tieiiiiiif 



-fim*d tSt n^ien »vtr for tttel- 
irW fli^img mt iht Jtogi$* mtd 
Vmftfm Rtpitrt. From mktum- 

met Iff latf fait t^ne fi^f^liftg 
"t*^ g0img rmmkowt" Ukt « fly. 



Oregon 



Trtvtl Dcpt 17Q, Sakm, Or«9M 
booklet en Orvgon 




tisst. 



The BttoUe asrvlee Stetloa. slfea- 

a ted on the comer of Douglas and 
Fisgard Streets, gains much of its 
patronage through the fact that, [ j 
within a eompeet circle customers ; |> 
•rs eMt to find up-to-date stores, 
.specializing in whatever thejr needs. 
They may sliop or dine while their 
car is serviced or they may park 
their ears.^ln/the cqouaedioue ama 
provldsd. 

Diagonally across thjf street stands 
the Hudson's flQnCompany, a com- 
plete- and modem deptrtment store 

which needs no Introduction to the 
Victoria public. If fuel of any de- 
scription is needed there is the Ros0 
Fuel Company ^tasr by. at 1700 
Douglas Street. Ladies' ready to 
wear Is handled by Eddys, Im- 
mediately opposite' the service sta- 
tion on Douglas, while the Com- 
mercial Barber Shop, imder the di- 
rection of Mr. McTavish, Is in the 
Masonic Temple Building, as is Will- 
coz Ltd. handling radios and 
specializing in expert radio repairs 
and servic*' 

Around the corner on Douglas 
Street is the B. J. Smith Bicycle 
Shop, handling C.C.M. and English 
bicj^les, also featuring cycle re- 
pairs and service. Molly's Bakery, 
under the management .oI JiAr. 
Mann, canrles a delicious assortment 






AMmm 




of cakes and pasteries of every de- 
scription, t 1708 Douglas, stands 
the Cairo Coffee Shop, where coffee, 
lunches and teas are served, ttes 
and coffeorwe blended hers also. 
Stewart's Shoe Store, at 1613 Doug- 
las Street, carries a complete line of 
men's and women's shoes In the 
smartest styles. 

At Barber & Holdcroft is a wide 
range of Engli.sh toys, in addition to 
English china and open stock 
dtnnerware. The finest of meats 
and poultry Is -Of fared by the Do- 
mhiion Meat Market at 1617 Douglas 
Street, while the Victoria Up- 
holstery, with showTDoms at 1635 
DouflafStrset. spsAallas In the re- 
covering of chf'.sterflelds, chairs, etc. 
The area is served by a fuily 
equipped branch of the Safeway- 
Plggly Stores, also, .while at 1610 
Douglas Street* Miss L. Frith 
specializes in new and up-to=date 
Millinery. Robinson's Press Is 
rocated In the Masonic Building im- 
mediately opposite the ssnrloe #ta- 
tlon. 

mm COMPETITORS 

IN mm mi 

Continued from Page II. 
C^ «— Veeal solo: gM; 16 to 
19 years. 
Cla&s 30— Vocal duet; mixed. 
Class 3»— CMuBpClre auistc ^ 
nUT BAPTIST CHUBCa 
(9 ajn.) 

Cla.ss 62— Vocal solp; boy under 12 

years. 

Class Sa— Vocal solo; boy 12 to 16 
yekrsr aooompenled. 
cia« 64.^Vocai sok>: \Srvmr\\ 

years. - 

Class 66— Vocal duet; fids, boys 
or mixed; under 12 years. 

Class 67— vocal duet; girls, boys or | 
mived; 12 to 16 years. 

Class 60^Vecal trio; girb, boys or 
Briasd; ittdsr II lears. 

(S p.m.9 

Class 31— Vocal aolo; operatic; 
ladies I preliminary ). 
Class 27— Vocal trio; S.S.A. 
Class aft— Quartette; female voice. 
Class 31— Vocal duet; male. 

▼ICTOBIA mum ICBOiOL 

(2 p m > 

Class 126— Singing game; grade 1. 

Clasifiaa-Singlnf game or folk 
dance; grade a. 

Class 130— Folk dance; grade 3 

Clau 131— Folk dance; grade 4. ' 

Class 13a— Bigliah or Scottish folk 
dance; grades • and f. 
> Olpws 133 -European folk dance; 
grades 6 and 6. 

. Class 134— English or Seottish folk 
dance; grad^ 7 and 8: 

Class 136— European folk dance: 
grades T and 8. 

BMPIRf: THEATRE 

18 p.m.> 

Bagpipe quartettes and Scottish 
dance^ 

Class 148— Folk dance (other thai. 
British Isles) ; senior. 

Clasi 14»— Folk dance (other that 
British Isles) ; Junior. * 

Welsh folk song eSKP (noa-com 
petltlve). 

' Class 50— English folk song. 

Class 51— Scottish folk somr. 

Irish folk song group < non-com - 
peUtlve) . 

Class 53— Irish folk soof. 

Class i4 ft e n ch-Cankdftn foiK 
song. 

Class 55— Po^k song; other coun 

tries. ' • 

soottish folk song ffeop (aor 



— Pbotocraph br 
W. A. BUCKLE 
Who is a familiar figure to hundreds 
of Victoria motorists through liis 
operatUm of the Buckle Service Sta- 
Uon for the past seven ]rean on the 
corner of Etouglas at Plsgard. 



Clate SI— Vocal solo; operatic; 

ladles (final). 

VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL 

— — (3 pjn.) 



lie-Mk 4eaes: 



Class 

(final). 

Class ISI— Folk dance; grade 4 

(final). 

Class 132— Engli^ or Scottish folk 
dance; grades 5 and 6 (flnalK 

Class 134- EnsjHxh or .SrottL'^h folk 
dance; grades 7 and 8 .(hr.al). 
Class 137 — ^Folk dance; boys; open, 
piaas 13a— English sword dance; 
senior. • 
Class 140 — Morris dance; senior. 
Claiis H.'? Irish folk dance; jun- 
ior; wider 14 years. 
Class 14^Irifh folk dance; senior! 



MIL»UI 
BY OatliAIliS 

International Delegation 
From Student Groupt Will 
Tour Parts of China. 



Grant Lathe, prominent In McOill 
student activities* snd Miss Molly 
Yard, Chicago, are aboard the Ss. 
^press of Japan today bound for 
China Mr Lathe repre.sents the 
Canadian Student Assembly, with 
headquarters at Meatree), and Miss 
Yard twelve national student or- 
ganizations in the United States, 
including the TJCOJu and the 
Y.W.CA. 

Mr, Lathe, who pieawd''an Im- 
portant pirt In initiating the Na- 
tional C^opference of Canadian Uni- 
versity Students at Winnipeg last 
Winter, is the Canadian delegate 
with the intemiational delegation 
which will make a trip through 
various parts of China, visiting par- 
ticularly the hewly-estaldtshed cen- 
tres of educational and foreign mis- 
sion work. The delegates will be the 
guests in the Orient o< th e /u- 
^Ohlna 



OI«l \rqiiaiMtinir«'H 
KeueweU ilere 




LAM SAVING 

. IS an PUN 

Cbunoil to Oisouu Reorgani« 
zation of Water Depart- 
iieit at Mtttlnb ' 



Discussion will be held on a pl.ui 
of Mayor Andrew McOavin, chair- 
man of th^^jKAter JlK>ir4. to re- 
onranlze the ctty water department 
and create & savlr.fr of JiOOO [>'r 
annum, at a- council meeting set 
for I o'clock tomorMnw alght. 

A rejvirt of the fire wardeiis will 
reconiinend file ap'iointmrnt of two 
nevfr firemen to fill vacancies 'iW- 
cently created through reslgna- 
ticms. " ' 

111 a Ifttor from R. W. Beck, pub- 
lic utilities analyst and engineer. 



Junior; under 14 years. 

Cli^.144 — English countfy dance; 
senior. - _ '. 

EMPIRE THBATM 

~ (7:3(^Jw».L ^ 

Class 7— Ladles' choln^ ' 
Class 2 — Mixed choins, grade B, 
Special- Medallion class. 
Class 6— Male choirs; grade 
(AH adjudicators in attendance ) 

Tlie Musical Feblival Association 
executive is *i follows: -President. 
Dr. Richard Fslton; first vice-presi- 
dent, P. A. Oibbs; second vice- 

prc.Mdent, Mrs Hebden Gillespie; 
third vice-president. P. C. RouUey; 
treasurer, L. K. CNell: recording 
secretary, Jack Sniith; n-ori'\sixnd- 
Ing secretary, FYank Tupni;in. d^irec- 
t(»s. H. A. Beckwlth, Reginald Cox, 



Fedrtatlon for sobm two 
Pade-»| months. j 
SOME REASONS 
llie request for the presence of 
the detegates from ^arlbdif universi- 
ties in -Gw'at Britain, Prance, 
Czechoslovakia and America, was 
received reeeBti3^ and as some la.OOO 
had been sent to Chiiu from Cana- 
dian imivcr.siiies, it was decided to 
take advantage of the opix>rtunity 
to see what is behig done with the 
relief money so suoacit&Rl,~arweU 
as to offer pos.sible suggestions for 
future acUyiUes in the same Ime. 

Floud, eon of Sir Francis Floud. 
British High Commissioner to 
Canada. 

Mr. Lathe instanced some of the 
reasons why the student body de- 

cidod t-f) .send him to the Orient. 
The assembly felt Canadian univer- 
sities should be concerned about the 
fat<> of learning in all parts of the 
world, as are the universities of 
other eoun tries; lt>ad some right 
because of the donation of cash; 
Canadian students can profit from 
first-hand kn 'wlod^p gained by one 
of their nimiber on the spot; Imow- 
fng the etretunstanees smroundlng 
the .students In China, further aid 
can be rendered intelligently, while 
the students of foriner universities^ 
at P^ing, Hentsin and other Chi- 
nese cultural centre.^, where the 
rducaMniiHl life ha.^ b<vn disrupt ed. 



GORDON A. HARRIS 

MANAGER of the appliance di- 
vlsloh of the Can&dlan General 

Electiu- Company, is at preAnt Ul 
th'ls city. Mr. Ilarris,..who was for- 
mer^ conn e et e d with the Vancou- 
ver office of the company, is renew- 
ing many old acgushitanoes during 
his stay In llr&ish C ohmib ia. 



WILL SPEAK UEBB 



jthe council will be inforttied 
j he Intends to arrive h«Me on May 10 
to conduct a survey on power and 
dectric light franchise matters. 

SEEK NEW TRI'( K 

The pubUo works commlltee wiU 
reeohunend -the purchase of a hew 

truck for the garbage d<';)iirtmont, 
and construction of sidewalkj* on 
part of Hothwell and Wilson Streets. 

A petition from residents of North 
Fark Street. .w\pi an. introductory 
letter from Frank HigKlns, K C, 
will be place d be fo^ the ooundL 
The petitkmers elalm e hulsanoe Is 
created by premises used for Unindrf 
purposes. 

Alteration to the^oura 



Alfred Ruscoe, Toronto, secretary 
of the Worldwide Evangelization 
Crusade, will arrive in Victoria on 
Monday to conduct illustrated lec-. 
tures on the foreign work of the , 

W,E C Tue.sday evening Mr Ruscoe j by barber shops will be covered In 



will give an ad<lre.ss. with slides, in 
the Emmanuel Bapti.st Sunday 
Sct^ Hall, and Wednesday evening 
at the Crldge Memorial HeD, Hum- 
boldt street Both meetinKs will 
maES.P9 at VjiJn. Additional 
win be awieaneed later. ' 



CSQI IMALT CLUB 



The monthly meeUng of the 
Bsqulmalt Community CHub will be 
held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clo<k 
in tlie Guild fioom of 6U 
Church House. 



a by-law ready for Intrcxluctinn. 
The by-law will set the oix^nin? 
hour at 1:30 o'clock, instead of • 
o^dedc. and the iskMlng hour at 
o'clock on iata risy» instead AT 1 
o'clock. " 



TOO MVOi IBAIUM 



HAZLFTON, Pa , April SO (/iT - 
A measles epidemic closed the West 
Packer Township FubUe School- 
but only one of the thfrt \ -.seven 
Paul's I pupils got a vacaUon. The other 
thMy-shc wire IIL • . ' 



Allan Craig, W. H. Muncy, U. PUm 

io:«Jto.Jt. VL Shotbolt. J. Smith.l"""^" ""':V "■^^"p^''" 
', and Mrs. O. Watt. would probably appreciate a mes 



A. w. Ttevett I 



UNAPPROVED METHOD 
OF FIRfNG A BLAST 
CAUSED MINE WRECK 



sage of good will-troar Oenadian 
university students. * 



M4ss Frith 



Niw 



ISS 

EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY 
Felt Hats in White and Midsummtr Shades 
Arriving Dsily 

PHONE EMPIRE 4912 



1619 DOUGLAS STREET 



WASHINGTON, April 30 (/P) — The 
Bureau of Mines sakl .today that 
the -use of 'Unapproved methods'* Itl 

the firing of a bla.st w:w rf sponsible 
for the Gnmdy, Vs., mine disaster 
in which forty-flve livee, were leet. 
The explaslon, In the Kf^en Moun- 
tain Mine of the Red Jacket Coal 
Company. oeeune<l. April 22. 



A quartette of longalioremcn were 
down on the waterfront singing 
when the tenor fell off the dock into 
the bay. The incident passed unno- 
ticed by tho It-ndrr. l)Uf V.p i)orrrlved 
that eomething was wrong with the 
harmony. * 

" 'Smatter with you boys?** he 
complained. "One of you don't ' 
sound right." 

"It's Ja£k." grumbles the 
solemnly.. "Re's off quay." 



QRCATER FOOD VALUES 

AT GREATER SAVINGS . . . 



SflFEUinV 

PIGGLVUIIGGIV 




competitive). 

Class 
senior. - - 

iOlass Itr ■uotilsh 

Junior. . 



leik deacp 
folk dance; 



e^^^^^^A ^^^^ ^ 
Nivieeyt ivviy T 

' , ca pm.) 

Cllus 123— fltrtng orchestra; mK\- 

Class ao— Junior choirs: f iri*. bo>'s 
or mixed. 

Class II— Waaler ehoirs; private 
schools. . » 

cra^ n jai e n vocal snssaMes; 
under 16. " 

Olaa amaii vboai ei^esabios. 

PTIST CHUBCli.. 

• 2 pm > 
4a— V o 0 a 1 championship 



Claai 



HOME OIL DISTRIBUTORS, LI^5^^tED, INVITE YOU 
TO VISIT THIS NEW, MODERN STATION 




Always Eriendly Service 



BUCKLE SERVICE STATION 

Tht ^mc ^\ghi %f¥fd9rd of ^ipalify which ditfingiiifhct Hm prodncft hf 

sells is translated into the sincere friendly service rendered by Bill Buckle 
and his staff at his n ew^ modern Home Gas Station, at 1$22 Douglai Street 



I'SCr KNOW^AMO YOU KNOW WHEN YdU FILL YOUR TANK WITH 



HOME GAS 

You Com Buy No Belter! 



nOmE OIL DISTRIBUTORS LTD. VflnCOUVER B.C 

The Independent 100% B.C. Company ' 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., Sj^XDAY. MAY 1, 1938. 



Modern Buildina for Service Statioh 



NEW PREISES FOR - 
SERVICE STATION 
APFH MODERN 

1$i^ici» Service Sution, HanfUiiig Home Oil Prod- 
uclf^.Now t)quigped to Offer the Finest Ser^ 

' ~^~^-tfiaA tat Mfitni'iiiif PttnUeaimMiin 

Premites of New Design 



New Premises WiJ 1 Open 




w 



THE Riickle Service Station, which for the past seven 
years has stood on the isomer of Douglas and Fisgard 
Streeti, diagonally acrott from "the Hudaon't Bay Com- 
pany Store, wilLopcn tomorrow in brand new premises. For 
some time businett has been carried on under ditf iculties. witji 
carpenters i^nd worhwen biiay i n aw a ry i x o rnar <> f^a~ property, 
for the old premises have been razed and a modern station built 
in its stead. Now the work is completed and th^ service to 
their many patrons will ba continued from one of the most 
modarn and tip-to-data atationa in the city. 

The desl^ of the new premims , architect. Finished 1q the dtstln- 
Is nuUcally new. bu}lt to ipeclflea- jguishing poiors of the Home OU 
drawn up by W. F, Gardiner, | Company. whlcH produrts are 




•4 




The New Home of the Buckle Service Sution. Which WiU Be Open Monday for Publit Inspection. 
Newest in Design is Combiitad With the Very Latest Modern Eqinpnient to Assure the Highest 8i 

of Efricient Servicei 



The 
ds 



^Alwq ,ys Something New and.. 

Differed'' „ 

"RAJAH SPUN" 

(CREASE RESISTING* 
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN VICTORIA BY EDDY'S 

The "Rjjjh Spun" clotK will amaze you. Come and sec our larga salcction of the newest 
styles in dresses and two-piece suits, in tailored clean-cut, figura-flattaiiing styles, in white, 
-paifal and aN ffca mw Summar sliadat. Iricad from....:..:.. . ,...L„^^. S5,85 




handled exclusively by the Buckle , ment for this work. Battery repair 
Service StatkMi. one of the most I and servloe^ Ls atoo handled. «rith 

nu'^taiuluiL,' fi'aruins Is the canti- iiew and re( onditionrd battories 
i Itvei i.iii fxiendiiig out over liw! hamilril. Tlu.s i(X) h;us a sptiial tte- 
blg a 1 1111. .lie pumps, giving the partmont For lubrication of all 
customer the advantage of complete , kinds, a nMxlerru hydraulic hoist Is 



COMMERCIAL AND. SOCIETY PRINTERS 

M#iONic Buildisg Tclephona E0614 

(0pp. Isckla Sarvtca Station) 



WHEN SHOPPING DOUGLAS STREET 

CauTQ Coffee $hop 

M srai m Coffee— LimclMi—OaiNtr Afttmaee TcM 

Teacup Reading ] to 5:30 P M. 
Tea fUtadtn, CoHce RoJit<rt, Doctor's Chmj Tc» 
A Cawpltti l.inc ot Indian, Ceylon and China Tcai 
India* CktHtf mi Curry Hmitt, Dbectty t e^srtei Pie* ladit 



17M OOUGUS ST. — O^ITE H I C PHONE G d242 



VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AT 1625 DOUGLAS STREET 

ANNIVERSARY SALE 

— — ^7~iCMisTiMni* sums 

fw^r Gesraiilsed /— Select Yeer Ova Styb end Cever 

VICTORIA UPHOLSTERY CO. 

RECOVERING AND RITAIIINC 



. . . in Hioycles Id 

Ba J. SMITH 

• • _ — - — — • 1 

CCM. AND INGLISH IICYCUS^ TItIS ANft ACaSIOtlCS 

1702 DOUGLAS ST. — OPPOSITE H I C — PHONE G 7234 



THESrS ALWAYS A GOOD* CHOICE AT 

Molly's Bakery 

A PERFICT SHJCnON PP CAIUI POt AniRN0ON TIAS 

%ttMkH ia .Eaeliali t'eac. BmUi •ettar Horm, 

Exa«tlyOpfMitt''TMBay" 

nUNK MAN»^, Prep. GI22S 




FISOARD AT DOUGLAS STREET 

TMI 



Commercial Barbor 

Shop '* — ^ 

6S4 FISGARD STRfET ■ M^iiomc T<mpU Ivilding 

D. McTAVISH, PROP^.^ 



RADIOS 

lepair JSenrice 



Our prices arc reasonable, 
consistent wifh expert work- 

msnihip. 



WiLLCOX, LTD. 

KUSONIC T»iIPLE ILOQi ^ 
Fieoard at DtRiflit S*Tt«t Hoiia 18012 




will open tomorrow, will be open 
evenlnga for pubUe InspeeUon. 

DoukKobor \ ouih 
FaUMFmmTMm 



he Rof.s out of his car' yet wlilVMit the 
atiendant dl.sadnrntaife of pUlars 
or supports in the way. 

The front of the station Is finished 
wtth gleamtng vltrollte tiles which 
blend with the cream stucco, while 
a unique feature l£ found In the 
mirror f|u:ed podts in the display 
w indows, where auto acceeeoriee will 
be showh. ' 



Tiirop biK pumps, of tlie new cal- 
((li.iiiiiK i>pe, stsuid In the front, 
autouiaiically registering the exact 
'amount of the purchase In doUfrs 
and cents, enabling the customer to 
buy in term.s of moiu'y Kalloii.s An- 
other unique service is lound in the 
di.spen.ser type pump, serving high 
test gasoUne. specially designed for 
use in. outboard motors. 

The Buckle Service Station is de- 
signed to cater to the needs of the 
niotorinjT public in every particular. 
Tnc bulldlnjf holds a fully equipped 
tire repair and seruce department, 
thp retreading of tires and the sale 
of new and retreaded tires N'ing no 
small factor In the business. An 
adjacent building holds the equip- 



ment to liand. A ua.sh r;u'k and all 
HppUuices for car washing, cleaning 
and pollBhing is to ke (Ound.la the 
rear. 

r.^KKI.Nti SPACE 

' Not the least^of the advantages 

offered by the Buckle Service Sta- 
tion Is ilic laikc loL. Willi ample 
room tp manocinrc :i i .ir and pjenty 
Of palrklng space where customers 
may leave their can while- shopping 
Or eatlntt nearby. Five bit? flood- 
liijhts turn night Into day in every 
part of the lot, with mercury in- 
candescent lights set high up, on 
poles to give shadowless illumina- 
tion. Tlie w!><>ie IS hard surfaced 
with black..tQp macadam. 
W. A. sVicUe, /Who hits Won a 

I.i:. '' ( ;irli' of friends anions MiC 
molorlUK public durint; seven years 
of sdccess'ful business in'-^his loca- 
tion, has carried Home Oil products 
since the inception of his service 
station }{•' has a.sMH-iat^'d with him 
In his worlc James French, in charfe 
of the tire departmentiand Douglas 
niickie. who cares for the ear clean- 
ing department. 

The new tUUon. which offidally 



.N h:\V WESTMINSTER, B C 
April 30 cl>i. — Aldolien Nevoki>koiiOi>j>. 
twenty-year-old Ooukhobor youth 
from Brilliant: B.C., was in hospital 
here, today, with Inj^irles suSered 
when he fell from a freight train at 
nearby Port Coqtlltlam, .Thuqidj|y 
night. 

He loet portions of two fingers 
from hla left hand In the accident. 



EXEtyilVEIS 
MUIPLUSED 

Quality of Home Oil Products 
Backed by Efficient Serv- 
ice Says Sales Manager 



LEAGUE ASSESSRIENT 

PAID BY SELASSIE 

- GENEVA. AprU 30 <>?) — Halle 
Sela.wie, exiled Emperor of Ethiopia, 
yesterday paid part of Ethiopia's 
overdue League asseesmenta. Offi- 
cials declined to disclose the amount 
paid, but said Ethiopia's yearly dues 
weiv 63,000 Swiss francs < about 
$14,490). and that Sela.ssie had been 

166,000 Swiss fokiiGa-lateut iss.iso) 
In arrears. IMbognltion of Italy's 

conquest of Eihinpia i.s to he dLs- 
euased . by tlie League Council. 
ICay t. 



C SAVE MONEY W 



0 
A 



BUY YOUR WOOD ' SUPPLY NOW I 

FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE ORDER FRQM 




PHone a-nes 17 oo dou^^sjt 

WE SUPPLY ALL GRADES OF WOOD AND CARRY 
A FULL LINE OF COAL RBPl^ESENTATIVE 
OF EVERY FIELD » 

LOCATED. ON THE COKNKR OPPOSITE BUCKLE'S 
NEW HOME GAS STATION 



Q 

0 



Expressing what ha teme as 

pnnlnnable pride" In the equipment 
and general set -up of the new 
Buckle Service 
Station located on 
E)ouglas 1^ Pls- 
Kard Street. Les 
Martin, sales 
nianaijcr of the 
British Coltmnbia 
owned Indepen- 
dent oil com|>anv. 
whose products 
will be sold at the 
cw modern sta- 
lon, Is confident 
that Victoria 
people will ap- 
preditta the ef- \ 
Buckle to give the 
yet (||ficlent 





For Quality in 

Metis asi Poultry 



SHOP AT THE 



Dominion Meat 



1617 

Dou^Ut Sr. 



IVIarket 

Okford and Cambridge S<u»J9«t a Speciality 
Now Featuring Finest Sprtnq Lamb 

A. MACKENZIE, PROP. 



Phone 



LES MAaTlN 



forts of W A 
last word in dignified 
servloet r-* 

"While the ^business of HM^U 
Distributors has been built Jf^K^ta 
po.icv ot (ju ihly producVI -manu- 
factured in B.C., thia year special 
emphasis Is being laid upon the 
friendly service of th«» independent 
Home Gas .siaticin opera tors. ' Mr. 
Martin stated. 

"Other things being equal, the 
personality and sincerity of the men 
111 cliaree of Home .itatlons will be 
^featured. Wlysp a man drives. Into a 
Home station he to entltl^I to 

t'cnuine frlendlv serviae-* It's the 
.'Mtie thln^;s such a.'* checking the 
wipiim off the winshield 
clieclung the water In the radiator, 
as well as the oil In the crankrase. 
tti,it fh'Hvs cust-omers how much 
tiiclr patronage Is appreciated. 

"We are paMonably proud of the 
nuKlern ♦■'julimient insialled In the 
H.Kkle Station and are confident 
that vkith this fine new equipment 
and Mr. Bucltle's penchant for per- 
sonal srrvITe. the motor car owners 
of Victoria will sliow thflr 'apprecia- 
tion in a tangible mfinner," 



English Toys 

iEnglisii Chtiia 
and Open Slock 

Dinnerware 





BARBER & 
HOLDCROFT 



btabUahrd ISM 



Gordon Hokkreft, i^rop. 
1623 DougiM St. ffwaa 66511 



Sh* (a4 he placed the ring on het 
(ingeri— I hope this Lsn't a cheat > 
imlUtkm. 

He^N ., mv dfar. It's the mo^t 



180 PAIRS JUST IN 



—of ThoM CoMfortsbk. Medcra Sport Shoes wiHi ARRAIUCI 
Hppen, in nrry, coHec, brewit, wfiitc, white and Mm, anrf brewa ai 

binjtiont Thfif ihoet have non 
combination (ittingt, non tlip 
and thank arcli topport. Siiei 
-^•'9. UMful for aarMt, ttera 
dcrks, waitrttaoi, keoMwivn 
Wt teM eal* "Cseadise." 



MOSCO 

Poiiti»cly rcmo»ct 
Corni, callouiet and 
wartt Money - bscil 
guarantcf. (kt s jsi 4 -Nf peir . 




OUKIACK 
vliite com- 

inlolrt 



95 



tee. b 

50( 

STEWART'S SHOE STORE 



1613 DOUGLAS STREET 



PHONE E471I 



THE BAY Extends Congratulations> 

HOME OIL DISTRIBUTORS on the Opening of Their Nc^^odern 

TODAY 



MORE THAN 

—ever, activity gravitates to 
'THE BAY" now celebrating 
its 26Sth Anniversary with 4 
great store-wide sale. 

An opportunify for everyone to buy for 
prnent and Sommcr days at real bar- 
gain prKCt. Evcrytbrag for yoifMlf,' 
foor tamWf and year heeie '. . . mtm ee 

ule af pr.cei thtt b Hsf fW twlf et- 
itanding Mvingi. 



Park, Shop and Dine at "TInr Bay" 



IV% Easy io Park 
at ''THCBAY'r 

A large parking lot at tKe rejr of 
tK« itoro ■ matntamc^ t»f»tb« con 
^eelaaee e^ 



Shop and tava • 

— dttfing 'THI lAY'S" AnnivertarY 
Sale Thoytandt of doMart wortti 
of nev. up to fht mmute merchan 

dH« eew await* |to« at bariaM 



Dlnaat'TliaBay' 

Our Victorian tesfaurant, Fourtk 
Floor, and, Coffee Shoppe, Lower 
Mam, art noted for tttcir ^nalfty 



EWE ARE! 



4. 



i 



J. E. (JlM) -fRENCM \ W. A. (IIU) lUCKLE Q. D.^tpOUG) JUCKU 



In a New Station 

• That IS the last word in style and efficiency. TVe modern build. nq jnd 
♦!»« riiodom equipment enables us to offer the motorist the best m 

TIRC BATTERY CLEANING LUBRICATION 

SERVICE ttmaCE »ERVICE %MMM CE 

' Tofltth«r'witli a complect »»oel( «f- n^w and rebuilt batteries, Home Gas, 
Home Ethyl, Home Eastern Motor Oil, Ht^K-Tcgf Gasoline for lampi and ' 
outboard motors, fan belts, spark plugs, liglif fltkn,«Nd all ofhar MctMitiM 

for fhe automobile. . T ' 

Drive in M^inday anl Inspect Our New Home 

Sae How Convenient It la to Have Your 
Sarvicad Whil^Jt^ Shop or eiM 



Buckle Serviceltation 



CORNER FISGARD AND DOUGLAS 



• YOUR RATR0NA6I APMECIATED • 



»HON£ G0218 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. SUNDAY, "MAY 1, 1938 



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rRESH-AIR OVEN 



Modrl 

S211.( 

rim rid Prize In E-^ot C< 

THIS Moffat Electric Range has the exclusive "Circulaire" 
Oven, in which clean, evenly-heated fresh air is circulated 
to c¥CQr ownu lf9 4mA. itale air, laden with food odbra, cpn'- 
remain to contaminate food as in ordinary ovens . . . cakes are 
beautifully browned on top . . pi' s and panry are doQC v> 
perfection . . . roastt are cooked perfectly. 

See thii remarkable "Circulairr" Oven at your nearest Moffat 
dealer now! It is only one of the many Moffat features that 
help to save you hours of kitchen time and give you tastier, 
better •cooked neatak i 

Moffat Electric Rangcp are smartly ityted and finished in 
gleaffling porcelain enamel,' in an appealing choice of- colo^. 



MOFFATS UMITIO 



1^ WESTON, ONTARIO 



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,>^'^iMR^'tf' k to cmn om 



MOFFAT 



ELECTRIC RANGE 



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KENT'S, LTChr 



641 YAtES STREET 



B. C. ELECTRIC 

DOUGLAS AND PANDORA G7121 



25 Words li|lay 
Win a Range 




, The Big Electric 
Range Contest Is O^n 

S«vtli beauHlFul enamelled electric ranges with an average 
value of $200 are being given awjy one ejch week for the 
first three weeks ajuLiKO-ior the last two weeks— for the 
^st 25-word Wlwtr, ar lets, "^hy I'd Switch to Electric 
Cobking." 



A NEW CONTEST EACH WEEK^ 
Up to and Inclu ding. M ay 28 



6«t yoo' i f f' M«r jnd Mtry Itnn fwR Mf sisctf it fiite- ^wlir ef Win 
Mr DM9U1 StTMt Srort. 

B. C. ELECTRIC 

STREET * > FHONE G7121 




ELECTRIC RANGES " 
WIOE AWARDED 

Jl ESSAY CONTEST 



Seven Eledtric Ranges to Be Given Away to Win- 
ners of Twenty-Five»Word Eaaay on Wl^j 

&itrlet I^ow Being Judpe4 

— — — ^ ■ - - '/ • 

THE big Electric Range Eassa/ Contest is weU ouid ei wa y . 
In the week that has elapsed since it opened, entries have 
been pouring into the hands of the judges. Last night 
the first week's competition closed, the winner of ftm liaildsome 
Findlny raii^e. the initial4u:ix« in tbis fiva-weak confMI, to ba 

announced on May 7. ' ' 



■Tb» eonteat as a whole Is, how- 
ever, far from closed. For the week 
of May 2 the prize will be a West- 
liighou.se Electric RaiiKC fuul fur Iho 
week of May 9 a Qumey Range will 
1^ given, puring each of the two 
ensuing weokS. two rango.s will be at 
slake, with the makers of Ii<';u'li aiul 
Moffat ranges doing the donutini; 
for the week of May 16. while at the ^ _^ 
close of the final week two wlnriffl l*' 




win be declared, one receiving a QJS. 
Hotpoint Ranje and the other « 
UpChury electric range. — 

M.\NY ENTRIES 

Wilb these Incentives In store, U 
Is no wonder that erenfoiM who 

would lilce to have an electric range 
Installed free in their home is busy 
with pen and paper. They don't 

worthwhile prlxh, for seven mahu- 

facturers are offerinff their rangis 
to tiliQ&c who cau bei>l explain m 
twenty-five words or le.ss why they 
would switch to electric ctoklng. 
Ther»4a no need for a story. Just a 
simple statement of facts. To make 
the prizes even more attractive the 
B.C. Electric will Install these ranges 
free of charge, the contest being 
open to all living within the area 
where B C. Electric seisue i.^ avail- 
able, with the exception of B.C. 
EUectric general sales depaitment. 
dealers, wholesalers and their em- 
ployees directly concerned with the 
.>air of electric ranges and members 
of their families. 

WBBKLY CONTEST 

Each .week's oooivietltlon Is a 
separate one, separately Judged and 
those who fail to win a prize in the 
first week's conte.st are allmved to 
submit . entries in tiie foUowine 
weeks. In each- case the Judges will 
be Miss Jean JE. Mutch, home .serv- 
ice director, B.C. Electric Riulway 
Co. E. Gordon Meeki.Min. rh.uiinan 
of the reti^ll bureau of the Board of 
Trade In Vanebuver, and chairman 
of the range committee of the ap- 
pliance council. James Lighlbody, 
publicity director, B.C. Electric ,RalN 
wajr Co.. and a representative of 
the manufacttner whose range Is 
being awarded. 

Entries imBX'lfe accompanied' W 
an offleial entry form, obtainable at 
any range dealer's storvlmd must 



be delivered to an authorised dealer 
before closing time each Saturday. 
No entiiea will be accepted by mall. 

The winners of the ranges must In 
each case have the equipment in- 
stalled in their own homes, but it 
will ho( cost them anything for this 
l^i^tallatlon. The awards for each 
week's competition will be made 
promptly ai^d announced at the end 

dosfav 



date. ' 



LAMB TAKES 




Delicious and Tender it Var- 
ies the Menu and Can Be 
Used in Many Ways 

Once a |{llrely Spring meat In 
northern di^tes. lamb has beeome 
a year-around dish and favorite, by 

modern methods of production and 
distribution This • in a boon for 
children, older people, and those 
wtiose work or habits are sedentary. 
It is also a gift to the h opa e mak er 
or ruok, becau.se lamb dishes and 
men^ are popular. 

Lamb has an taMly digest^ 
j)rotein. it doe.s not iJiTKliu e ,so many 
[purins as other meats, and < its 
I delicate fat la appetlslnt and easily 
' as.similated Willi the exception of 
tlie shank, lujci:, and the rolled 
brca£t, any portion o( a lamb may 
be roasted or broiled, and all cuts of 
Iamb are tender. 

In the past, public opinion about 
the so-called "strong ' flavor of 
XsLinp prevented its .more g^n^ral 
use. This is no longer an impoi-tant> 
factor, since fresh young "lajnb Is 
obtain.ible. The old Idea was caused 
by the rather strong flavor de- 
veloped by leaving the "fell" on the 
cuts of older lamb Snd mutton. This 



•^U" is a thin, paper-like co\eriag 
ever the outside surface of laqnb, 
and II siMNdd not be ieasovs4 tnm 

leg roasts as th< meat will bald Its 
shape bt'lU'r aiiU cuuk in less ttriUi if 
the ^11" is left on. The only rule 
hecessary la handling the "feU" is 
to consider the final appearance of 

the cut < ;»ops and shoulder rrta.sts 
usually look better if it is removed. 
HOW TO lyiOILUtMB' 
Pre-heat broiler oven to "mod- 
erately hot," for mediuni to thick 
^'^^"^ Plaesr' slbaQpdt 'eiiops on 
rack. RspHoa rack JB bnOMT cem;:- 
partment so that top of chbpe wIU 
be about three inches from flame 
when gas la used and about two 
Inehas when eieetric^tjr Is the fuel. 
By the time the chops are nicely 
browned on one .side iliey are half 
done. Turn them and brown^on 
other aide. When broiling thin 
chops, use a higher -tenuiwfeturs. . 
I Rib and loin chops are the popular 
' choice, but shoulder chops which 
' have sTtRrge proportion of lean meat 
are an excellent buy^ ' i:nglish 
lamb chops are ctit from the unsplit 
loin and about twice as thick as 
usual, the thin portion of ttie chop 
being wrapped around « pleee 
kidney. Kidney chopi are loin chops 
containing a portion of kidney. 
Chops should not be cut les-s than 
three-quarters .of an Inch thick. 
HOW TO ROAST LAMB 
Place the seasoned roast, skin side 
down. In an uncovered roasting* pan 
on a ra^ As searing does not keep 
In the meat Juice, it is unnecessary 
to brown the meat In a quick oven. 
Place the rOast In a moderate oven, 
300 to 350 degrees P.. and continue 
at this temperature until the roast is 
done, which will require about 30 to 
35 minutes per pound. 11 you have 
a meat thermometer, inmri It to 
centre of thickest part without rest- 
ing It on bone or in lat. and wlien 

the roast \i done. 

In true roasting, the meat is never 
covered. Add no water, and do not 
cover pan. It Is not necessary to 
baste the roast, as the fat, Wflttng 
during the oo(Alng period, runs over 
and into the meat. 

As the leg contains very hlle bone 
in proportion to lean meat. It la 
an economical roast for a lerge 
family. The shoulder is delicious 
and tender, but the bone should bo 
icnioved to render the roast less dif- 
ticult to carve. It may then be 
rolled and tied, with or without 
dressing. It Is not only ea.sy to 
carve but al.';o It is a good size for a 
smaller family. When the boned 
shoulder is left flat, sewed on the 
edges, and filled with a<fuTftng, it 
is called a "i ii.shidii .st \ lc" ro.'ust and 
is an economical way to extend the 
meat. A "Crown roast" Is made 
from the rib section and is ustially 
served for company dinner. 




mmm 

Housewife Has Less to Con- 
tend With in Appliances to" 
Aid in Her Coolcing. 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 




1, 

9, 
9. 

\2. 

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14, 

15. 

If5. 

18. 

20 

22 

24 

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29. 
31. 
32. 
34. 
36. 
37. 
9f. 
41. 
43. 
44. 
45. 
47. 
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52. 
54: 
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63 
65. 
67. 
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ilCBOSt 

Surety. 
Hulled com. 

Adntte 

Norwegian capital. 
Kxtent. 

To employ. 

By. ♦ 

8o:ip(itone. 

Total. ^ 
Japanese measure. 

To lessen. 

Sea bird. 

Flavoring herb. 

Pemale ruff. 

To enroll 

Musical chaiarter. 

BroU'.er of CKlln. 

Condemned. 

Wrinkled. 

Part fvf "to he" 

Biblical country. 

To growL > 

Top. 

To twirl. 

Odierwise.' 

Caledonian. 

Brother oC Jacob. 

Chinese m ea su re' 

Portuguese ti tle. . 

Former 

Alongside. 



Monster 
Unoccupied. 

Conmiune in Netherlands. 

Trifles. 

Yerslfler. 

DOIfll 

Kecl( piece. 
OT'iMr My. 
Italian artMs. 
Fortune. 
Vegetable dish. 



DOWN 

7. Pronoun. 
S. Dance step. 

9. Ol^ AsUtle naUoa. 

10. While. , 

11. You and I. 

17. Hebrew month. 

19. Note m ouido's scale. 

21 Prejyisltinn 

23. rinth measures. 

25. Capable of turn. 

26. Part of sewing machine. 

TT. Foot levers. - 

28 Greek comtnune. 

30. Dregs. - - 

33. Radicals. 

35. Cathdtoit.' 

38. Colloquial: narcotic. 

40 .-^h irled walk 

43. Wretchedness. 

4S,To.eluder^ 

48. Nostrils. • 
51. Toward. — 
53. Pronoun. 
5«. Witty 8a>*inf. • 
St.. Gratuity. 

60. .«v> fur -. 

61. To pjcl.^t. 

62. H.v;x>thetical force. 
fi.«»Ueeulal 
98. To perform. 




NO WORRV WITH 
ELECTRIC m^i 



Smny Ileat. Aatomatlcally ton- 
trolled, Suppjied by IH.Wpiy <| 
Beaieala, AnswetrrraMeiBs 

Are you one of those who suffer 
a half-hour of worries Just before 
mealtime— worries lest the potatoes 
cook to . pieces before the string 
beans are ready to .serve -worries 
because Uie chops are getting dry 
Snd shriveled, and still the onions 
won't get done? 

If you are in thOabit'of coming 
to the table tired and dLscouraged. 
you can usually trace it^ having 
attempted too complicated a meal 
for your equipment. 

The electric stove i,, ll^e an^wer 
1^ tin . i>iobIcm. With the steady, 
oven iMfit supplied by high-speed 
element!?, your worries are fialf over. 
Nr> vnr^-inK In heat; If one rei ipe 
cnlLs for heat of a cert^ui degree for 
■s" many Ilunul^^, this dif^ection will 
never vary u you us* aa electric 
.stove. 

When your arrangement for meals 
involves geiimg ready a number of 
different thing* for a stated time. 
pracUce does much to make the 
«"rk go smoothly. But until you' 
liave had that practice, there is 
Qotiiing Uiat will olear the path be- 
fore you qnnis eo easily as knewtng 
Just when you should po into the 
kitchen to start the meal and how 
: i.^r each one of the foods will iaire 

to COQk. 



TBICKT ANIMaI. 

"Can that, eletihant do tricks?"* 
the elecaiitly dn.-sed young man 
a-sked the kei [x^r at the Clrcus.. 

• Rather." said the keeper. "We ve 
taught ^iim to put mdney tai that 
box up there oive hhn KSlf a cwwn 
and he ll do it." . 

The elephsint tO(4c the cola and 
deftly-placed it in the box upon the 
wall. 

■•Remarkable !•• crii d tlie -.oung 
man. Now, let s see him take it out 

again." 

"We haven't Uught him that 
yet." leped ^le lteepeii>. blafadly. 



TTiat familiar •xpreeaton like 

mother u.";ed to make" l.s fading into 
the di:>card with ttie repealed on- 
slaughts Of modem domestic science. 
With the aid of modem methods 
and appliancea the young bride oi 
today, and even some of the hu.s- 
bands, can turn out pies atul cakes 
eqiud to^ If not better than, mother 
used to make, and at the same time 
enjoy more leisure than mother ever 
thought of, and with OHNlrlMB ef- 
fort in the kitchen. . . 

Mother had to do all her work the 

old-fa«hioned, laborlou.s way Slve 
had to mix her pastry by hand, cook 
on a gn ed, old coefc etoee, uslag seUd 
fuel, and -reflecting a heat that re- 
duced mother to the con^tency of 
some of her dough and to the eolor 
of a ripe tomato. 

It is no insult to dear old motlwr's 
Intelligence to say that her seven- 
teen-year-old daughter today can 
turn out more pies and eakes, copked 
to a h^her derree of pei-feetion, In 
less time and with le.ss labor in the 
process. This result has been 
achieved' by modem science;^ 
ilOIMatN RANGES 
Modern ranges do everything for 
the housewife except mix the in- 
gredients. ThB ingredients are 
mixed by electricity for her. The 
modem h ou s ew i fe placea « full 
cotirse dinner In the oven itf a 
modem range, makes two adjust- 
I ments on an automatic timing clock 
and then go^-s a\ii to four liour* on 
the goU course, Uiree sets of te nnis. 
or enjoys a matlnas er aa afternoon 
shopping. 

When she. returns the diiuier Ls 
cooked exactly as mother would 
have cooked it. and all the house- 
wife does la to remove It from the 
oven and .serve it. 

La'Is taive a look at the varioub 
thing.^ Uiat modern ' science ha,s 
produced to make life well worth 
living for the housewife. 

Fii.,1 of all the rubber plug has 
clunlnatcd the annoyance of i>roken 
connections. Bven the cords on 
modern aplianoes are of a higher 
grade and should be approved. 
HIGH SPEED EL£M1!NTS 

Modem electric ranges ' are 
equipped with Idgh-apeed elements 
that ,boll a kettle with a .<^pecd 
hitherto undreamed. Automatic 
timers enable the oven to be tunied 
off, all automatically, and with ex- 
actly the \same preclskm that the 
'iiAcm. clack calls jrou in the mom- 
uig. ' 

Chromium and nickel fittings with 
heat-treated enamel make the new 
ranges -look and act a thing of 
beauty, and the old-fasliioned i^tovc 
brush find blacking ia relegated to 
the ash bin. 

PLANS FOR HOliE 
INCLUDE RANGE 

Modern Hoosea Are Designed to In ' 
elade Blajer Bectrip Appliancea 



Tn buildinff the new heme of to- 

day. the home-inaker i.s I<x^ikii!i; lir- 
ward to the need.s of touiorrow, and, 
hou.s<.s Hie being equipix'd to tAke 
care of the new_jappjlances and 
UbdrnHivfiif^devTeea that man^s In- 
ventive genlu.<< is turning oui With a 
rnpldify that i.s startling. 

ModernizajKon means the Inclu- 
sion in the new home of every acces- 
sory neceksary to the well-being and 
comort of the fnmily; the proper 
tilannlng of electric wiring and serv- 
ice oMIets; Incfuskm of apeoe for 
modern- eri'jipment Integral with the 
kitchen pinn so that the central 
work^iiop of tiie home la laM ant to 
save steps, time and work. 

Modem kltobens are e( eueh cfB- 
cient design that aU tmnecesAary 
labor Is eliminated. Larger appli- 
ances, such a.^ the range, the refrig- 
erator, the hoi water tank and 
heater, the dishwasher and the 
iror.ei' nre built in. The ncce.s,snry 
cupboard.s and .nhelves are all within 
fasy. range of the. central workUig 
apace, and automatic gas and elec- 
tric app U a n ee e tltat dm iif l y ill the 
work themsel^ are eonvement^r 
placed, '^g^f 

In oMerthlt the house may be 
adequately lighted in every part, .spe- 
cial wiring plans and spec meat I rms 
ar* prepared Nothing is tnstniled 
in a haphazard manner. Conveni- 
ence outleU are properly spaced 
along the Jt>aseboard to give lamps 
and appliances, t he maximum o f 
flexibtltty wtth s ffiDUlhum of eltert 
In placing them. 



SEE THE 1938 



ELECTRIC RANGES 



•211. ttO 
Or»u<t PrlM In Bmm 
OwtMt Iter IS 




EVER before luch t»rikiii« nodtig . . . IMfM f/ktf iMka 

1^ eleOric cooking s pleasure. Moffat has introduced many 
exclusive fcatureg for l9iB« iiKluding the "CirciiUiiv Ovaa." 

C OME ki aii4 9«« mtr diiplay «l Moffat oloetrie ranges and 
let MS tell you how oaay it is to own om. Yoa will bo 
agrooaUy,9iirpri8od.at our coiivo«io«t Imio ^t f mv i t pU«. 



KENT'S 



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in England was published in 1850 | proving it safe to let blood In the 



and was^worded thuS:- , 

"Help the poore. by medicins easily 
made, for the mo^t tistmll d1<5ea.'!es 



smallpox. Also a treatise 'of the ta»> 
teraal diseases of the 

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SUXDAV, MAY 1, 1038 




Merle Oberon Stars in 
^'^he-Divorm^f Lady X ' ' 



lfM« ObatoB is ■* tor bMk Ifi 

*^Tto' Divorce of Lady X," an Alex- 
ander Korda production, which will 
b*" the attract Ion at the Capitol 
Tttf§ti:e. 8tartin^^'t(v>iorrow. 
"Ttat M an Irapetuotti ^iety 
b(MVl|r* riM taken Rreat deUgltt to 
teaeMnt s Jeison in chivalry to a 
young barrister, attractively played 
by UlMited Laurence QUvler. In 
her plot, the fttar la assisted by 
Ralph Rlchaiflsnti, Siipfrblv dim 
wltted as Lord Mere, and his vixen- 
ish wife, Bj^nie Barnes. Morton 
SfiUa, al ms9t^-^BSL^ f> aolid 
pi«h« ^ BrttlxK oak. ke^M an 



Irascible eye on things and helps the 
fun along. In his own priceless way. 

"The Divorce of Lady X" reveals 
two important fact.i about the 
pc^Ular Miss Ojperon ta) that she 
looks. evtn more bsaiAtf^ iftrT&h- 
nlOQlor. and ' (b) s))e has an unex- 
pected flair foc/6oinedy. ' 




HOST OF RADIO 
STARS AT ATLAS 

— » \ 

Bob Burns, Jack Oakir and Kenny 
Baker AU ^sva Roles In Mifslcal 



tTMWlUMO TOOfTHil .'tN TMIi ttAY 
MUMtAii 




The party spirit" prevail.s with 
a will in "Radio City Revels, " which 
will start topaorrow at the Atlas 
Theatre, when most of the eompany 
Joins in ■■Swin(;ln', in the Corn," a 
tune that promises to catch with 
all the pbfbUMty of -"Loufilana 
Hayrlde " 

The corn" number is one of the 
most ambitious In the picture, star- 
ring Bob BunM.^^ Jack Oakle, Kenny 
Baker and Ann KdUer. 'A specially 

created corn field won the approval 
of the hill-billy comedian, who 

sas hilU " 

Ben staiofT dir(>ctM the Edward 
Kaufman prodm tlon. ba.sed oo the> 



story by Ualt'Srooks. BMle Davis, 
Anthony VelUer and Mortimer 
Offner. 



•Bt©AJD£ 

with 

JOHNNT DOWT4S % BUHSV BARrR 
rxnU — HBWKii' • < 

10c 15c 



To Celebrate New 
-Northern Service 

JUNEAU, Ala.ska. AprU 30 (>P).-r 
I Laimchlng one of , the long-awaited 

events In the history of the territory, 

Juneau and Fairbanks will join in k 
I celebration at the .start of the flr^t 
i alir mall servlo* Irom the Coast to 
Vhe Interior next Tuesday. Sehoois 

will be fll^mKvd three hniirs to per- 
- mt* pupils to join the celebrants at 
! - Hirport, nine miles out of the 

city. 




Joan iiloiidell-aad Leslie Howard in " Sttnd-In .* a Wahsr Wanger 
Prod»ctk% Hsiessed Through United Artists, and Which Will SUrt 
Tomorrow at the Plaza Theatre. 



Her Jungle Love'' Tells 
Of Romance in Tropics 



. CHorlOUS romance '* on ~ a • tropie^ performance ae the btauuful wh ' ■ 
South Sea i.^land, coupled with dar- 'goddess" living alone on a jungie 
ing thrills and the beauty of teci»ru- t»W. Md .rldenUy Mklnr H untU fate 

• in the form of a typhoon, lorce^ 

color make "Her JUtagle Love." which Milland, a iran-s-PaciIic flyer, to a 
will end tomorrow at the Dominion forced landing on her isle. Milland 
Theatre, a rousing "must" on jour and Lynne Overman, his mechanic, 
movie list. ' ' ' are befriended by Miss Lamour, who 

Dorotliy l^imour and Ray Mi!-'u being kept on the Island by the 
land, the romantic team of "The ^ power-mad ruler of crocodile wor- 
Jungle Princess" are united again shipping natives. J. baffST Nalsh, 
in the same t\pe of plrtiire 'hai who U-^es her as a puppet "Rodde.<i.s" 
vaulted them to screen stardom. | to maintain his hold over the super- 
MlH Lamour turns in an imprasst?* stitlous Islanders. 




MONDAY ONLY! 

000 THRILLS ... ALL 



\T I' 



IN 



COLOR! 

Dontbir Lawir • Ray MlMi 
HER JUNGLE LOVE 



ALSO . . 
"MIDNIGHT 
INTRUDER" 

with 
I >»ri. 




I ^TUESDAY! 



OAK BAy Bll IS . 
"52ND STREET" 



Walter Wander Mustral Exin<A- 
gSnxa to Open .Vlondajr^^^Hb 
Cast at Many 




, MATINEE ONLY 
AT • '>« . IM 
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THE LONE RANGER 
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Rat Thrr 



VICTOR McLAGLEN 

BIIAM BONLEVY 



A new^i*litUp«»^T«^otff tttr stand 

ins on one >ef v.\ui l■.^r .iljlishcS wlitri 
nine Wi^uscd lor a .scene Uj Waiter 
W^Rg^.'s ''52nd Street,"- which will 
.'<:fnrt tCpo^ay ft the Oak Bay The- 1 
aire. I 
Counterparts oi Ki mvv RaXer, l*n I 
I Hunter. Pat Pateriion. Leo Carillo.^ 
I Ella Logan: Sid Silvers. Jack White, 
i ZaSu Pitts and Doroihv Poter.son 
6tood under ttw lights and before 

I the camera until Director Harold ' — 

YouiiK ordpiTd hi.s "nf -.t : ':im ' of Althouth Hrlen H.ive.s. who compi 
nine prini ;pal.s inLu their pl.ti i > Ko^al Victoria Theatre lor 

The eplAode served as a w.irm- ip one performance on Thursday, May 



AMUSEMENTS 

On the Screen 

t 

UlIU f- Radio . City Revels. " 

starring Bob Bums. , 
Capitol Merle Oberon in 
"Tne Divorce o( Lady X.' 
ColamMfr— "Thin Ice" starring 

Sonja Henle. 
Doinlnion->-"Her Jungle. liOve," 
starring Dorothy liamou^. 
bak Bay— jZnd Hi i cel." star- 
ring Kenny Baker. 
PUsa — Leslie Howard in 
"Stand-In." 



STARTS MOI^DAY • •^ •^ - 

IT TOPS 'MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOVK)!" 



PLAZA 




wrot« o fm w ior od ^ sfiiM r s gwd ho's Mm inbii ^nko ^evo 
yOM "Mr. OMdl Qom to Town" and "Coiipaw'1 . . . 
Jlomoncof Cvory siren in Hollywood loid hor nH for 
our hora— and how should he know how to resisll . > . 

Thrills? How could you have onythmq el\« b(/f- -wHf» 
this grand skx-stitdded cost to^ung the 
togeMier at o breaM^-takmg poce^r^^; — ^ 



WAITER WANGER >f«M«« 



^^UlRRDMlOnDEU 



BONDAGI 

.n JEAN MUIR ' 
GORDON OLIVER 

HOWARD PHIlti^S ■ lOSlPit NING 
■ HARRY DAVENPORT VIRCINI'A 
BRISSAC - ADDISON R'ICHAROS 



ITS 
ANOTHER 
UNITED 
ARTIStS 
4 STAR 
SPECIAL 



h2 to 1 

;20' 



ruca 

Enqjgtmcnt Only 

1 fO 5 S Or 

25 35 




mm 



ALAN MOWBRAY • MARLA SHEITON 



JACK 



FILMS MAY NOT SEE 
STAR FOR TWO YEARS 



IN 



''Battle of 
Broadway" 

WHh 

iOUlH HOyiCK 

■'innllil[» 



ADDED! 
MYSTERY ROMANCE' 

"ISLAND IN 
THESKY'' 

, With 

GLORIA STUART 
MICHAEL 
WHALEN 



for the Wanger organt^ttou. .whtcii 
will shortlr produce "Stand-In,' 
with LesUe Hovard §n4 Joan 
Blond'elL 



OAK BAY 

aor Till 7 P.M. 




»/SIWEI 

^ wirh NiAre taaa stare k«ai*4 

lAM M VNTm. uo caMHia.nt> immi 

ly WAIT OISMIY 

FQX movietone t^EWS 

" SHOWS SJARTS 6 30 P.M. 




COLyMBIA OFFERS 
-FILM "THIN ICE" 



Sorija llenl» Has ^netpftl JM* In 

GM«riou^ Outdoor Film WMil 
Tyrone Power 



5, in ■ Victoria Re«ina" has to li» r 
credit many dLstlngulshed nim 
ttf hli>v>nyp{j, U dntibtfiil If the 
Hollywood j^dlos will see~anything 
of this popular star durtt^ the, next 
• A O year^. ^ 

MUs Hnyps. be it unapr.slood, has 
no quarrel »nh me fVJm.% nor with 
those who makf ihrm U simplv 
tutppens that her current chore m 
the Lauime* Housmfen pAay ^Ul 

I kf^p liPr o<-i ,p I li iinM Lite thi.^ 
f^une. At thai time the play will end 



vacation with Cliafles MacArthur, 
her hu.sbamltrand daughtef; Mary. 

BOiHD TO Kf JJl I ST 

At a meeting of the city plumbing 
boani of •xamiiK i 'i in Mif citv n.iii 
yesterday, it wa,s dccidid to m ck the 
co-operallon* of mauler pluinbcis^ 
th« Vlctorl*. BuUdera' Exchange, 
Ltd . the"' Virtona tHWich of the 
Architectural Institute of Britlj>h 
Columbia and other organlutftms 
in an appeal to Hon GeoriTP S. 
Pearson. MinL^ter of I.«bor. t.o e.s- 
tablish definite technical liaiiunR 
courv's for appreiit.ipea to the build- 
ing trades. 

During the board mw tlnK. George 
Ooy was given aA examination in 
I technical plumWfig subjerts. Mem- 
t> rs of thp Ixmrd arr J C Horklng. 
Aaron I»j^rfitt. C. Elw^fxl Watkins 

J. Bir- 



1 



TOMORROW! 

• MONDAY) FOR 3 DAYS ONLY 

V'HlilHIIUtHTHlllNWM 
I WHAT COMEDY 

' ALEXANDER KORDA S '. 
FIRST fROOUCTION 

ALL IN COLOR! 



Mayfjilr Bddcd with gossip ... as Hic frantic 
yoting woman-hafcr combed the town to find the 
namclcsi b«afll||nif1lo had stolen hit .paiamai and 

his bed. 

MERLE OBERON 



Ag4in fh« 
Cjpitol ScortI 

Witti ' a Owrmct 
f , Nevdfyf 

ISofliethint Entirely 
New- 

^ Comedy in / 
Color! ^ 



AT i; n, : i7. s o' 




"Hie larRr.st and mo.st ambl'io\i.<i lo- 
cation cxodu.% of receni montlus jour- 
neyed to Mount Rainier. Washing - 
on. to film snow and skiing scenes 
:or ■ Thin Ice." starring Sonja Henle 
i and Tyrone Powrr which will opm 
' tpmorrew at the Columbia Tlieatic 
The companjr, headed by Mlsa Wnl? 
iind Power, settled in ParRdL«!e Vnl- 
Icy at an elevation of flevrn thou- 
'.ssnd feet. At this extreme elevation, 
the Olvinpic l<r-<ka;inK champion 
' m.Kie so\<'\.\\ liuiihiid ftkl JiimpK, a 
I sport in wliK h .she earned a distinc- 
tion comp^rablf to her skating. 



Ita tour tn Los Angeles and Mts^f immI Duh^n K. iCenn^y 
Hayes will be looking forward to^ 4 1 f* aecretary. | J 

'Stand-in Opens Monday 
At the Plaza Theatre 



"THE DIVORCE of LADY X" 

W^ih I LAVRKM:E OLlVl£^ ^ BINNIE BARjUeS 

MORTON SELTON 

'Hi, f»ft <i I Jyd«( Will Km^ Ya» 1^ fiH ?> 



, One advant If" of bo\n« ^ mniTt'-d 
man is that If your wife shoots you 
lU's onljr manslaughter: 

"' "J" « " ' --^--^ - 



ROYAL 



THFATRP THUR5. 
VIQTORiA MAY 
ONE NIGHT ONLY — CURT\IN AT I f M. 



5 



SEAT SALE STARTS AT BOX OFFICE OF ROYAL THEATRE 
TOMORROW AT 10 kM. 



HER GREATEST 

SUCCESS 



HELEN HAYEf 

"VlSSUiyi^^^ l^ictoria H^ma 



Lewtf Floef, 9o*H »m4 Lofs Scst^ AfiHsblt st )l IS, Tsi Iikla4«4 



Ws Fun 

LHiming to 

DANCE 



Easily 
Quickly 
and at 
Small 
Coat 




Mr. andMrs,Geo. Roialy 

TlctaHa'*.LsMI^ iaUrMM, IlKtrartort 

abtMt R MiKRw HOOL or 

DAMINU. >.V. 



A chance to- lake a P<^* behind 
the Holly wbod scenea— and laugh 

voiii.s^'lf happv — iS" provldrrl by 
Stand-Iir" starnnn Leslie Hnwarri 
and J(}Hii BlondPll, wliidi will start 
tomorrow Ht tlie Pla/.a riirntip 

Adapted to the screen (rem 
Clarence Budtngton Kellahd's hilar- 
ious Saturday Gv#ning Post story, 
• St^nd-In" tells the story of Mr. 
At'lirbury podd. the shy young ^ 
banker who went to HoUywood,took 
over a $10,000,000 s.tudio and thed 



to run It Rf f ording to the science 
of mat Ik Ilia' irs 

Joan Blondcll ha.s her tlnesi role 
as the "Stand-In" of the title, who 
iiclns the bewUlerod Mr. Dodd over 
'iie Hf^llswood hurdlos 

numphro> Ho^jr' [...v Quintain, 
the genius producer, wlio Is strug* 
KlInR against the handicap of iCoa- 
lof.ski. the f-iliiiNius forelRn dirof-tor 
and Tlielma Chen, the Klamotir 
star, who are conspiring with 
Nassau, a rtvaf-^roducer to wreck 
the xxttnpany. > 




ADDED ATTRACTIONS! 

Wjlf Dunty'l Ntw 

SILLY SYMPHONY IN COLOR 
•THI MOTH AND THE FLAME" 



C'lm* Do«%n> ftf Pssturette 
"MIRACLE MONIV!L 



WORLD NEWS 

20t Daily 121 



In Technicolor heatur© 



KITCHEN NEEDS 
NEW LIOHTINO 



— ^ iPrf*w»iiliiig Famottn Arti.|»lH Serie?* 

Conaunity Concert Association 
~Camp8ig:n, May 9-14 



Tablf loeoration 
Display 

CafrNi Nttel 

tTndtr Jofat Au»pi - f ■ ■ ■ < n - 

•Bd JunlAr W A nf JuHUr' M ' i. 
- atwrt — AvHif! Om«m Wt«k 
WmWtfSAT. SAT I 
>•!• rM — AdattaMM in 




Proper llluninatinn Is Indis- 
Pensihle in the Work- 
shop at^he Home 

j Lightliu; the kitchen is IniporlMt. 

because this is really the work'^ho 

' of the home The electric rang' 

^frigerator apd' othtr modem ap 

pllanifs lia\e done mmh to 8av<- 

' n the kitchen and flimiiia" 

liic I'.iud^ry there. Adi-c^uaie iigir 

ing la aaoChar impoitant factor i- 

tavlnf Una ^ad Anidctry in tu 

icitchen. maUni It a mora comfor' 
able and pleasant plaee tn which t 

■m**^^ - - - — ' 

The svpraife kitchen should b*- 
iielitrd with a weli-diffused ceiltiu' 




MONDAY • 



rOB TWO 
DATS OMLff 



Mort Stan ScrtM and 
Than Evar Bcfora! 



Radte 



BURNS 
JACK OAKII 
ANN MILLER 
KENNY BAKER 

IN 



Radio City Revels" 



» 1 h 

\i.lor Mo'irt 0 MMtMl lUrU 
N^l'ti nr«.<rri. k 0 Hal Hrtn* 



AM>~rhrHI< Wllh UM 
tlip MaiH •'■'Mine nam*' 

"DAREDEVIL 

DRIVERS" 



"MARCH or TIMr* 



CMla»a-t OaaiMliw 
War 



^ — ^ = w— 

art having „ the modern 
llghta tnsuiled p%er thev 



hur'-in j 
^p<.■clal i 



unit to provide a good level of gen- 
eral Illumination. One hundred 
watta, or more, should he uied and 
an Indirect unit should- -be used IX 
tije ceiling te white or ttfht fn eoier. 
Indiyldital llghta ovtr alnk, /.range 

Ray M.llsnd. With Beautiful Dorothy Lamour. b a Scene From the ^'''^^^"^ ronvenlcnt. T>»e editor of a neaspajfrr 

film. "Her Jungle Lova." tha New Psrsmount Tethaicolor RomaM«, "'^ 'limii M e „^r.. • . of work- wheeled hta chatr arowp<l_ and 
Whkh Win Mmv for tlw Ust Times Tomorroir at tha Dominion i »"« ■ «hado» Snaded UghU pressed a buti^m oo lib dtak. The 

- — THaajia.' ~ jntay bi m a d hare, mnd many h o a ja ij ottpe' boy ent>re<L 




"Here," said the edlt/rr. "are a 
nnber of directions from ouLsl^rrs 
'tclUnt tU 'h«w to nih our paper 8ee 
thai^rrvm: one u earrM out." 

And the oflle* boy gatherlag 
:hem sil m » large wasia feaafeai, 

aid so 



22 



THE D 





GIVES REPLY 
TOCilAliliE^ 

Hon. John Hart Answers 
Statements by Herbert 
Anscomb, M.P.P.*' 



I 

I 



Thn Dewdney by-electlon cam- 
paU;n, opened by Hon. W. J. AMft« 
>lUu; on the Mainland Urt WMk, 
rtpcbed Vietofla ymttdMt. with tbt 
Pattullo AdmtnLsinitlon on the de« 
fen.slve. Acting Premier Jotin H»r( 
replied to a speech made at Mi&slon 
by Herbert Anscomb, Conservative 
nwmber for VletorU. Uktatf iMue 
with statements attributed to Air. 
All. comb. Meanwhile, members of 
itio Cabinet prepared to .speak In 
the DewdDcy campaign UM* weclt 

' arid tlM week f<dlowinff. ' 

Ai'tiiiK Premier But vUl addriM 
four ralUes io De«dn«r. two thl* 

. mak a^>d two na»t. tPrmiwr l%ttttIlo, 
expected taek^ from Ottawa on 
May 16. Will enter the campaign 
then. .Mr. .\.s;,fLstlne lia* already 
spoken in tiie riding, and will be 
foUowed by cMmt Mlnlaters of the 

""CWwri Ml* rfunpali'n proov'fl.s. 

— FKhMlKK TO RETURN 

Inquiry yesterday failed to dis- 

clcvo the ba.'-LS of the Onvemment's 
oarmjttiKn, tliouRh an air of ex- 
pectancy awaited the return of 
Pvamier Pattuiio from WaahlBftgn 
•nd Ottawa, where h« turn tMen 
^negotialuig In coiuieclion Wttll the 
highway project. 

■M wilb M^. Anscomb. 
Mr. TTnrt declared that the sUte- 
ment, that .senator, J. W. de B. 
rarru. K C , had been engaged 'by 
Iba Uovernmant "at 9500 a day for 
100 days" to prepare submissions to 
tiia Howell Comnil&<<ion was without 
foondatton. No such arrangprnent 
tUKl been made, and S<Miator Fams' 
Ml hM not j9t been presentMU he 



L -iidr. D. H. Bnj; nrxt tor. duty, 
Bdr. W. F, Zaiipb 

Para^r.s — Sunday, May 1, 1938: 
55th and 60th Heavy Batteries will 
parade ,il Fort Miicaulay, and 56th 
Heavy Bat^y at Blgna^ Hill. FlaU 
in at 1:0 taeum: IVuMporlittb 
will be p ro v ided, leaving the Armo- 
ries at 0:30 hours. Officers and 
B.C A 8, mmlature range 

Tuesday, May 3, 1838: Heavy 
Battery will pamd* at JMtnal mn 
and 00th Heavy Batt«ry<- at Fort 
Macaulay. Pall in at 19:30 hours at 
the Armories. Dre«s, drill ordt-r. 
He«vy Battery and 2nd AnU- 
lAlrmft JUIUmy will pftrado at the 
Araoflife viMtor b^ttary oommand- 
en. ^Fftll In at 1»:U hdurs. Dress, 
drill order. % 
B.C.A.'a. toctura at the Armorks. 
TMday, 8. im: 71m annual 
meeting of 'the oCfloar^ meaa will 
be held In the meaa at a0:U hours. 
All Officers will bt jtrMmt. Onm, 
pluea. »*, • • 

N.c.O.'s, dismounted foot drill by 
R. B. M.,Williams. 

rartn 

Prom<Hloh-^-To bt lanae-bombar- 
dlir; 7379, Qah W. J. Cavett, 60th 
Heavy Battery, R.C.A.. from 2C-i-Mi 
StreinjLh Increase— Tile foi'o A iii„' 
Oil. » are taken on strength and 
posted to batteries as under: 

55th Heavy Battery, R.c A 1274, 
Onr. I. O. Range, 26-4-38; 1275, Onr. 
P. E. Dra<Jer, 26-4-38; HTl, Oor. R. 
W. Forbes, 36-4-38. 

60th Hoavy Battery. R.O.A.: 7444, 
Onr. W. McGregor, 26-4-38. 

fed Anti- Aircraft Battery, RC A.: 
627, Onr. J. T. SmiUi, 29-J-J8; 628. 
onr. H. R. Kerr, 25-2-38; 629, Onr. 
C. T. .Longman. lf«4-Si. > • 
^ Reversion to Rank -The foUowing t s ' Wmrl 
N.C.O, is reverted to rank of gun- 
ner aa from 22-4-38: 7361, Onr. A. 
& Haines, 60lh Heavy Battery. 
R.O.A 

fitrongtk Deere .lae— 3363, Onr. J 
H. Melllmoyl, 56th Heavy Battery 
ROA., ag2<l-30. ■ 

Leave of Abaenoe— Ueut. W. V. T. 
Alien. 2nd Anti- Aircraf t Battery, I 
SJSiJi; from 9-4-38 to 15-5-38. 

T. McOIMP;3£Y, CapUin, 
AdjuUnt, 5th BJO. Coact Brigade, 
ii.O.A. 



geant, A,-agt.. J. R. W»Cburtpu; I Newton "D," effecUve 37-4^38; 074^ 
nm for dutr.4trgtr-#rA. ff^Mer.V j Pte. J. - Newton, "O" iffectlve 

'.'-.y. ..ia> 27-4-38; 986, 



Rec-ult.s 1 : aln n 



KELISr riNANCING 
"I also notioe that Mr. Anscomb 
ll quoted a« saying that Brltlsb Ob- 

lunibia hn.i not paid a .single dollar 
for iiniemploynient. This wild state- 
ment Ih similar to statements oiade 
duriDf/ the last general election 
empalgn by Mr. Anaoomb about the 
. dobi Ol the Province Mr^Ansconib 
had to admit in the House hia 
figurea aa to the net debt were 
wrong. I provod in tbe House that 
ho was out to the extent of 

$40 0*10 000." Mr. Hart d<v larrd. 

"If Mr. Anaoomb bad been paying 
attention to Kla respooalblllttai In 

'he H'.iL-^e, he would be able to find 
a .si.iU-nieiit prf.senU'd by nie, ap- 
pearing at Page 24 of the budget 
speech delivered ob November 10, 
1037, and In. the public accounts, 
ahowing that out of cumiit revenue 
|3.68»,0tt was pa;id for relief in the 

;.^fear ending March 31. ItST. . During 
the last fiscal year, approximately 
t3,000,t)00 will have been paid out of 
revenue for unemplovment ipUrf. 
The exact figures will be presented 

" to the House in due ooutae," Mr 
Hart oonctuded. 



17th. FORTRKSS ( OaVANT, 

k.c.l;' (.N.p.) 

Orders for week ending Tuesday, 

May :i 1938, by Major J. H. Mc- 
intosh, officer commanding. 
Part I 

Parade;. Tlie 17th Fortress Coy., 
R.C.B, -(N.P.). will parade at com- 
pany R.Q. 'at lf:80 hts. Tuesday, 

M»y 3, 1938 Dres.s, drill order. Op- 
eration of defence lights at Rodd 
HUl. 

DutiP.s- To 
for ensuing 

doz. 

J. U. McINTOSU, Major.' 
O.O. nth Fortress Coy., R.O.B. 

(N.p I , E-squimalt, B.C. 



be Orderly Sergeant 
week, L.-Sergt. J. H. 



let 



Military' Aetlvitie§ 




Brlgikto ordon bjr Xieut.-Ool. ▼ 
McKenna^ lf.01, otflow oooynand- 
ing. 

Duties for Weejic BuUng May 7. 
1938— Orderly ojflcer. Lltut. A: 
Landale; next foil du^y. Lieut. E. F 
Marahall. Ordarb sergeant. L.-Sgt. 

M. Oigood; nefct for dut]f. L.-«gt 
r. O. IBOper. Ckderly bodabordlor, 



B.N. (16lh C.CF.) tA.NADIA.N 

scorns^ RiomENT 

Battalion order* by Lieut.-Col. J. 
R. Kinghara, officer commanding: 

Part I 

Orderly Duties— Orderly dutlea for 
we^k ending May 7, 1938, are as fol- 
lows: Orderly officer, 2nd Lieut. R. 
W. Kirk wood; next for duty, 2nd 
Lieut. W. H. Oibson. Orderly ser- 



eULBE Ri SON «?" CONT-itACIl 

Bjf Eljf Cii/6erfion — 
^orWs Cbaoplon PUiytr ani CrtateM Card Analy$l 



m 



FERCENTAOB PLAY 

Tne often mentioned but seldom 



7 for » 4go prr.gBlfiO, If the diamond 
Iking Is fn West's hand, whether 



utulei^tdod law of averages is not guarded or unguarded, it will make, 
immutable, as is the law of gravity, v since ther^sia no reason<<5^ violate 
for example. If Just one apple were thii larfe^ oKpl^y- All right, we 



to fall upward from a tree we 
might well prepare for the sutjlden 
dkintogratlon of our universe. 



mu.st flne.s.se, but\ In pred.sely what 
mannrr? EnlerliiK dummy with a 
rlub, should we lead a low diamond 



"Rebabllities" upon which ar^ based { and flne.sse to the queen, or lead 
our knowledge of "percentage.^" do the Jack and, if it is not covered, let 



not Woik rtlonn sucli niurow lines 
It is by no means impossible for a 



rule? 

The answer, to this is simple when 



AaLL ignition PUPPOSfS 
/>FLA$riLlCMT$ RADIOS 

BURGESS DRY CELLS J» 



ca«n toaaed Into the air to faU heads we consider the poeslbl4 distribu 

twenty times in a row Surh nn tlon.s of the mLs.<;lng dlamond.s If 
event, howe\er is r^-> rare that any Ea.st ha.s the king blank, the K-10 
individual who w.m. is even money or ^.4 jt does not matter What 
on iU Occurrence^j|hould be flocked .diamond we lead from dummy. We 
up for obsenratlon. To a leeaer >ate perfectly safe. There la a po«- 
degrre this also applies to tiie bridge slbllity, however, that East holds all 
player who select.^ a line of play three of the miBslng diamond!, and 
that has one chance, instead of an 



other line that has"thre« or four 
chances. Consider the "percentage" 



play Involved In the foUowlng hai»d:_^mt the four on the deuce. The 



South, dealer. 

Both sides vtilnerable 

Match-point nnpucate. 

— NORTH— 

A Q 8 
» 8 7 ."i 

— ♦ J 9 8 6 3 

: A A J • 



InstMd 

of 

€rMii 




WF.C!T - 

a 8 7 5 4 3 2 
W A 10 3 
0 



A 7 6 4 ^ 



KAST 

a K J 9 
W K Q 4 2 
♦ K 10 4 
A 8 S 3 

SOUTH 
A A 10 
W J 9 « 

♦ \ Q 7 5 3 
A K Q 10 



"I find by luiao Pscifis Milk 
•nd kalf boHletf eiilk I cse eeiit 
en« «g9 «nd * dctMrt tpeee ef 
tkorttninq without dctrjctin^ from 
H)« quiiily or tittircil of • cjk«, 
and tli<t % rtil ccofiomy," wntM 
Mn. 8. 

"I site ate it for tsues^ puMie«i, 

cream towpi <nd ^rrnti la reeipM 
MMt -esN for tr«jm " 

Msey TliSNkl it 

Pacific IVIilk 

irrflf{j9»f<j of CourM 



The bidding: 

Soii'h Vffnt 
1 • Pa.v« 
a NT Pass 

P«vs Prs 

Tlie biiMhiK 
seven tables ;ri 
and in 



North 
2 ♦ 
t KT 



East 



in that ease It will be fatal to lead 

low to the queen. Ea."!t, of course, 
will not split his honnfs. tie will 



queOn holds, but, when West falLt to 
follow, otir doom becomes plain 
E.I t st i;j h.m tne K-lO and no man- 
^uer ol play can sliut. ouL Jiia trick. 
Had . we played iiat)perly and led 
dummy^ diamond jack, the (!'v>m 
would.be transferred to K. : • if he 
covered, our ac« w^ud •■.n and. 
since West would show out, another 
finesse woiild bs sstabHihod against 

the ten spot. If F^st diKked, the 
Jark would hold fnus. .iince there 
is nothini? to !o-e in any case by 
leading the Jack, and something to 
gain in one "im, thlo sflrntkin be- 
comes the "peroentage" plyr. 

1 regret to feporTlltai, of ~ the 
seven declarers, only two led the 
Jack instead of a low diamond 
through Bast and, hence, only two 
fulfilled their contracts. 

TOMORROW'S HASB ~' 

South, draler. 

Both Udeo vulnerabliet. 

NORTH 
' * K 8 4 

W K 9 8 1 _ 
♦ 75 
A K 9 7 ^ 

. WEST " ^ m rr - 

• 10 6 aQJ73J 



w.is Identical st 
4 lucent duplicate 
every oaas West 
opstfed the fourth best spade. Boms 

dvlarers went np wiiti dummy's 
queen, olherji led the lead ride to 
the A- 10. But. since Bast had both 
the king and Jack, this was immate- 

rial. South Inief his only spad e ^ ^ Q«3 W 
stotiper In,: . -"X .• hTflHTeW 'A' K ' f V^ft^ 
suit wide up<.a it was apparent that All 
the only hope of fulfilling tht con* 
tract depended on running the dia- 
mond suit wlth.oiit losing the lead. 
No other ronsideraf ion wa.n involved. 
The K-lo-4 of>diamonds were out* 
standing As we know, with only 

ten nf «;iiit ml'-MPg flie king, the Mr 



J 7 

TTfT 

A .1 I I . 

SOUTH 

A A f • ' 

W A 10 8 4 
t_^g , . 



A.AQIOA^., 

Oir.)ert<on will di«ru.v^ f! 

li^oper play u to finesse, not to play ^hsnd in Um>orrow's column. 



2. and Thursday, May 5. 1938: Re- 
cruits will assemble for training on 
these dates at ao:00 hours. Dress 

will be optional. 

Militia Stuff Cour.se, 'Ilieoretical 
Po^^loo— Officer caixluiaies taking 
this sMHiliiilliMi ,gll] moQimiL on 
Sunday, May 1 1938, at 09 00 hours 
(9 s.m,,> st District Headquarters, 
Work Point Bsr.racks. Subjects will 
bo "Training for War," "Organiza- 
tion and Administration Oenerul."'* 
Candidates will report to the presi- 
dent, of the .board conducting the 
examinatllons. fifteen ' mlnutas be- 
fore the time set, and will bring 
pencils, etc., for marking of maps 
In the "Training for War" papers. 
(Vide District Order No. II9 of 
l«3a>. 

Notices • 

"O" J^pai^y dinner will be ^eid 
at the Armories <« Thursday, May 
5. 1938, at 18:30 hours (6:30 p.m.). 
A full attendanc e »t thi» di nner is 
requssted. Drna #111 60* service 
dri'.ss 

Mlniatuie Range piaclic^ will be 
continued at the Armorlos through- 
out the month'*of May every Thurs- 
day 'Evening. Personnel dsslrtag to 
.>huot will make application to'do SO 
on the range. 

Part n 

Attestations — The following re- 
cruits, having been duly attested, 
are taken on the' strength and al- 
lotted r< gmu'iUal numbers as fol-i 
lows; 1854, Dfmr, £. S. Cndge, with 
effect from 3il-4-38: ItSB. Pte. H. L. 

with effect from 25-4- 
38, 13.J6. me. D. A. Campbell, with 
ellect from 25-4-38. 
Re- Enlistment— The following man, 
having re-enlisted, is taken on the 
^^iringth, allotted his former regi- 
mental number, and pested-as fol- 
lows; 481, Pte?"W. B. PtBser, "D," 
with effect from 25-4-38'. 

SUuck Off Traiatag 
The following recruit is struck off 
the training strength: 1831, Pte, R. 
A. Robinson, with effect from 5- 
4-38. 

Discharge— The following recruit 
Is discharged: 1811, Drmr. N. 
Palmer, with effect from ;'.5-4-38. 

Death — The following ,death is 
recorded with dec'p regnt: 1428, 
Bdsmn. F. J. Clarks. "RoglaMntOll 
Band," with effect 27-4-38, 

W. H. PARKER, Captain. 

Adjt. 1st Bt^ Can. Soottish Regt. 

ZSU nXTTM.ION (M r..». 
CANADIA.N SC'Ol TISH RfXilMCNT 

Battalion orders by Llettt.-Col. 
Walter Bapty, offker ootnwanding. 
Part I 

Orderly duties — Duties for week 
ending May 7, 1938: Orderly'officer. 
2nd-Lieut. H. W. MeUish; next for 
duty. 2nd-Lleut. P; D. Crofton. Or- 
derly sergeant, Sgt. H. Nicholls; nest 
for duty. L -Sgt. A. F. Oamdt. Or- 
derly piper. Piiier P. Knighti n«'xt 
for duty, Piper D. Miller. 

Annual Impectlons, ciotljlng an<i 
Bmiipmcnt — The following extnici 
frdm D.O. 119 of 1938 Is published 
• In ord'^r liiat a thorough check of 
the condition of clothing and equip- 
ment held in charge by N.P.A.M. 
units may be made, all artteles must 
be produced at the annual uuspec- 
tlon In 1938." 

Part II 

Leave of Alxtace - 322, Pte. A 
T hody. "B." from l9-4-:J8 to 18-7-38. 
StKcilgth Decrease- 884, Pte. W. 



Ptff W. T !tfr».' IX" 
effective 27-4-38. 

Attestatioos — 987. Pte V C 
Moore. "O," sffoottu 27-4-98; 1078, 
Pte. C. O. Harris, "H^Q.," «f|^ 

tlve 27-4-38 

Transfers 
officer Ls transferred to "H Q " Coih 
pany and detailed to command the 
oompAny : Ibjer H. H. W. Clowes, 
with effect from 2-4-38; !M3, Pte. W. 
J. Temple, to pipes and drums, from 
"D" Company, 27-4-:i8. 

Promotion— The officer comniand- 
ing htLi^b^a 'jimtntb a^f^tove of 
the following promoton: 1071) 
A.-«gt. R. A. Oox. "H.Q." to be ser- 
geant, effwllve 2-4-38. 

Appouiinieiiu — Tlve officer com- 
manding has been pleased to ap^ 
prove of the following Mppoint- 
ments: ifli^i. "Sgt^lir A. C!P«, "H.Q. 
to be orderly room sergeant, effec- 
tive 27-4-38; 1075, Pte. C. Q. Harris, 
"H.Q ' to be lanoe-yerfipnt, offoo- 
tlve 37-4-38. 

D. O. O9OPTON, Capt.. 
Adjutant, 2nd Battalion (M.G.), 

Canadian Scottish Heglment. 




will ; parad*~ it the Bav 
Armories- on Tuesday. May 
3M0 iiours. Drebs: Mufti. 
. Men n^t having signed the cloth 
inf bool^ wlU aMMM for this pur 




ll 



"Rio ' unit photograph will be ' 
' available f)n thi.s evening and orders: 
Tlie undermentioned for same may be left wi th Cap tain 
O. A. Watson. 

. JHUOH CLARKB. 
Captain and Adju^W for 0|^erl 
Commanding! 

NO. il, DISTRICT STOBrRBCTlON 
Bayai Can. Ordnance tUfifB (N.P.) I 
Part I orders for week ending May 

7, 1938, by Capt H. CoOUlii, M3 j: . 
oommanduig olficer. 

Parades: Th« 11th District Store 
Section. R.CX>X3. (MP.), wfll parade 
at unit ' headquvtors. ordnance 
I)epot, Signal Hill. Bsquimalt, at 
20.00 hours. Thursday, May 5, 1938. 
H.OOUiOKM.Capt..R.C.O.C.. (NP.) 

Commanding Officer 

- CANADIAN COBPS OP 
C0MMUBIONAIBB8 

Vlototto and (VX) OoWMiy 

Orders for week ending April' 30, 
1938, by Lieut.-Colonei U. 'H. B. 
Ounnlngham, oaslstant com- 



1 



NOW COMLS THE NEW 

HUDS 




NO. ft-ABMT FIBLD VI/IhULSHOP 
B.C.b.C. 

Orders by Lieut.-Col. H. E. Good- 
man. V.D , officer commauduig. 

All officers and prosfiective mem- 
bers of the above, unit wlll<paj^ade 
in the sand table rodnr-'at the 
Armories, Bay Street, at 20:00 hours 
.(8 p.m.) on Tuesday, Muy 3, for Uie 
purpoae of organization, and attes- 
tation. A medical officer 'will be 
on handvfor the purpose of/tnedi- 
cally examining recruits. 

The unit has been ordered to - pro- 
ceed to Shilo Cainp, Man., on .June 
25, for its first annual trainings so 
a fuA attendance of prospective 
members 1% neces.sary In order that 
prellm^ary training may commence 
at once. 

A limited number o< vacahcte for 
IklUed artisans of all kinds sQU 

.exists, !K> all intere.sted ;)arUes are 
to at,mui thi^ iu*i^ pajada, — 
A. 8. PARKBS, 

Captain and Acting-Adjutant 



for 



month 
T. H 



NO. 



13 PISLD AMBOLANCB, 
WLCXMJC. 

Orders by Major O. O. Kmnthg, 

officer commanding. 



mandant 

Orderly fe.-Borgeant 
ending May 

PlavoUoi^--— — 
Orderly 'Oommlss1onalrw~*Oontmis 

sionaire W. D John.son; next foT 
duty, S.-Sergeant A. L. Marchant. 

Parade— The company, loss tliose 
In permanent employment, will 
parade on (Monday. May 2^jgtjiead- 
quarters. Tim«. 10:10 hrsr~l^«8#, 
uniform, medals. 

Lecture— Time and date .of the 
next loctuiw will be notlflOd Individ- 
ually. ' 

MeM Meeting— The regntarmonih- 
ly meeting of the Comml.'wionalres 
wiU be held at h e ad qu a rter s on Mon^ - 
doy,Mity ».»if:SOhi». — 

H. H. B. CUNmNGH\M. 

: : : I.u>iit .r.nlnn»\ 




IK' l>»I iL,m S.,(„n. }'J fully r.i,„p,^,l. ir.idy l» A^R. 



AdJt., Pan. Ops. ol COBmlai|uusli«. 



WORKING IT OUT 



iSew Interior Beauty . . ^ 
New DcLuxp llpholstsryj, . . 
DeLuxe Fitments 



NOW ON DISPLAY... COME IN 



889 



74 
« 



Ha4Mii 111 D«L.i., 



isoflslso builds to9 value 
in every popular pries elasi 



'HUOSON T«rraplan«*943 
(M HI 

*MUOSON Six.. Miss Mm 
'HUOftON llflht Miss M«« 

'Pilcat ^el*d or* lor I>p«h. 



SaUly rial. Gloi, f.lly •q.lpp.d Local dollvoraJ 

•tandotd iS.ovoho.ii All ptic. d.«.fi.in.d by aMift*iaiM, 

■ od*l> o.oilubi.. In o ti«iQhi and lic.nio Im' AWrat- 

wld» »nri.!y (itb»o„i'ijl fi>«lv 'rw 1 1 IK . ■ po y MMrf tmmt, 

ip< - - ( ludion Plon. 



m 



\ 



JAMESON MOTORS 



"T H i HO M I O f S ALit AN P I Bt V IC r 



742-750 IfcOUGHTOH STft 



ID mon training for competHlons on one of the wooden homes. 



A visitor to a country fair stopped every time the maclune stx)pped, Uie 
by a merry-go-round He noticed a httle man AUkdo BO attempt . to get 
mlserable-leoklng little man seated off. 

>WM4kl- — 

BUI I 



What stniric him as strange wa.s that | visitor, and when next the man on 1 "Not a hit," he replied. 

the horse .sloppi-d opp<isUe him, he! "Then why do you do It?" 4 
said: " Pardon me, but do yoti enjoy "The man who owtw this affair 
going round and round like this? " jowes me $10 and this Is t^io only waf ' 
The nnh»t)Wene irtlmifly'd. T ran wt It out of him." 



At 1«i?th PTirloetty oirerrtmie the 



.YOUR , 

^HEALTH 



•Ik 



Protection 

With Elfcti-if Rcfrigfrjtion you know thjt 
foodstuffs arc always , frtsh and ktalthy 
■ Ike sieaace ef.tsiatsd fee^ ir 



Cohyenience 

Yon sr« assured of as* -antndiitg supply 
' at k», of ample sferaga s^ec ani tht 
fscilitin far ss sacifiRg sew rssge sf' 
fccijpts. 



# Saving 



Yee cHminaft . food wasfe. Lcft-«*crs 
stay be lerrcd fomsrrew or Hit day after 

with p«rf»ct i«fetv and, too, you 

may buy food specials m quantity, assured 
thai tkey «iR ksepier days. 



Reliabilii 



Month in, mnnfh Quf, Fit cfnc Rff rig» r|- 

4oM ttf vofkf vi^itHy, scon otn vciliy«^ 



There is Scientific Certainty in 

ELECTRIC 
REFRIGERATION 

Summer- Jnd Winter in this temperate climate the threat of bacteria from 
spoiled foodstuffs is ever present Only proper refrigeration can banish 
the menace from your home. Electric refrigeration automatically retains 
just the right tcinperaturc to prevent deterioratipn, with no Joss Hjvor 
or nourishment. — r r, ■ , , , _^ ■ • . 



. Ifc^nb^oiiV'BBeddMiigwti.llf . 

STIWAIT WARNER. KEkVINATOR, A.M.C RCFRIGERATOftS 

FLETCHER BROS. (VNtf rii) Ltd. 

I liO OOUOLAS STREET fHo!^ G 7Ǥ 

Ci|NADIAW filMI^ ILICrtlC ■iWMSSATnsi 



THESE FIRMS WILL GIVE YOU FULL FARTICUURS 

KENT'S 



B. C. ELECTRIC 

1501 DOUGUl STREET . FHONI 67121 

CANADIAN MNIKAL mcniC, WUtlN^NOUSl ANftlUiSbN IfPftWflATOIS 



T 



641 YATES STREET 

WISTIN< 



^ FHONI EM13 

ItGCRATOtS 



MACDONALD ELECTRIC, Ltd. 

1121 DOUGLAS STREIT PHdNE 11171 



McLennan, McFeely & Prior, Ltd. 

14eorGOVaNMiNTSflifr ' 

' NIMAUII r^lTRIOllATORS 



PHONE G nil 



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COMMERCE MARKETS 



Security Prices 
At Standstill at 
New York Mart 



NSW YORK, AprU 30 
Mocks mikldled thnagli tb* Moond 
■lowest market iirssion In twenty 
' 7—n today, and price changes gen- 
•radly van ref ard«4 M nManlocien- 

Tha turnover for th« twtvliour 
proceedings amounted to 147,770 
Kharcs, aKa'^st 410 950 hist Saturday. 
. Thtn ha9 been only one lesser vol- 
ttPM illiM 1018, and that aggregated 
■fwiM iWjftflft ahares on Mptember 1. 
in4. For the week the total was 
cUglitly more than 3,000.000 ihares, 
the smallest sl^ early 1836. 

Ttm AMoelatad Preie trflVauTBr^^ 
ilsty stocks was unchangrd at 38.2. 
On the week thle compoelte was 
dovB aj pHaiiL ~ T 

ftonds moved in a rrstrlctrd ratign. 
Tliere were enough minor gains m 
dome.ttlc, Industrial and rail groups 
. to- lUt Tba iU e ocl a t ed Preea aver- 

>nally I*', rls were 

eetaMUbed by Italian, (ierman ancl 
JapakMW 



wm ji 

Dow J< 



1I1.M. eft •M 

Twenty' rails, 21.28, off 0 OS 
Twenty otUttte^ 17.90. oft O.OS. 
■ly Uuta, tuts, off . ML . 



*2- 
•3 



»«e*««*« 



u-t 



36 I 

28 I 

to-a 

ft-2 

4i-« 



m. A. ■■■UMr. Ud.) 

(All rtsetlaae la Kichth*) 
Rich Low 

Air Rrductlon .. 
AiiiB (.'halmeri 

Ami rii in C»n . '. 

Anifru.iii oinnrse ... 
Am'rir«rt tt»ilinlor 
Amrrion ilolling Ullli 
Amtrletn aawlUr ... 
Amf rtcirf Tel. te T»l. . 
Amrriran Tob«cro .... 
AmTiran Watrrworka 
Anncfndii Cnppfr .... 
Alctilvou li.iltway .... 
Atlantic Rtflninc .... 

B. ji o. Raiiwar ..... 
RmdlK Aviatloa ...... 

Rrth StMl 
Hoeliii 

Horc Warned 

Briws A.. 

CM«e»- ■ ©ry 

CPR. 

Cjtprpiilar Trao ... 

c»M (J. i^: 

C*rr» 4^nMto 

c. A^rnaiiwtr ... 

r\fr^fT 

^lurnblt Ois 

' Comintrclal Credit .. 

Oomm«rclal aoivtat 
'CemmenwMlUi • So 

■CAnteteum 

Con. CditMi 

rent. CM 

Cons. OU r.<r.. 

Cent Oil 

Crur'ble Hte el 

Curtl^K Wriiht . . . 
.Curti.vi Wrltht ' A ' 
!>«<• * Co 



4t-2 
4*-t 

M 

n 4 

li 

.16 4 
3t-t 

IM 4 
<« 4 

. 7 « 

as fl 

3 

21 
, »-» 

4«-l 

J7-J 

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39 A 



Ul. Central . . 1-4 

Jotiii»-l(MivUl*' W 

Kailneeolt Coppw, ..... n-4 

KrMn 

labbtrt Co lu 4 

I.. * M. Tobacco U 

(«*w'a 

Lorillsrd U 

MalhrMn Alkali 37-1 

Uontgomery Wsrd .... 30 3 

Uotor Wheel 0 4 

Nash KelYinatW 7-7 

Natlon«l Blicult 19-5 

National Dn'ry 12 « 

National Ui'iMlltrles .. VJ i 

Ntw York Central .... 11-7 

North Amer. Co lS-4 

North Affl*r.,AvltLton.. S < 

Northern PacUle 7 4 

OWo Oil W 

PMkard / -»-7 

I Paramount Picture* . . , 7-4 

f Peaa, Ballway ^ 

' PhllMps Pttt. 

Pure OU ....i... ...... 10 

Radio k-7 

Rem. Rand .... ll-> 

Republic Iron Steel ... lS-> 

Bcbrnley' .'. IS-S 

I Sean Roebuck Ml 

Shell irnlon IS 3 

Soconir Vacuum 13 1 

SouUwra PacU ia 11 5^ 

Southern Rly 7-J 

Sperry Corpn l»-7 

Standard BraQdt 7-1 

Standard Qaa 3 

Standard Oil. CaL » 

Standard OIL M.J «« 

St Paul Rly. OS 

.Stuflph;iKrr 4 8 

(Orini 37-3 

Te«a* Qull 29 S 

TlBkan 34 -T 

Trans-American . 9 7 

Twentieth Century Pox 21 1 

Uii on (.arblde 83-2 

Union ull. Cal is 3 

Union Paolfic *3 

Untteg aieartft 16^1 

Uiutcd Corpn 2 4 

Ur.Ued 0»s & Imp ... 9-7 

U.S. CMl Iron Pipe ... 38 

U S. Induatrlal Alcohol 18-3 

u*. Rubber 3s-7 

V.B. SaelUnt 3 

Olot«i t;.S. Steel . . 43 . 

Weitlnt. Air Brafco ... 301 

Weitlnc. Bla«lrle 73 

WeUern Dnlaa 31 4 

Woolworth 

Yoaimtawa •. * T. 



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M 



M 



It 

12 



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43-1 
40-1 
M 

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11-7 
18^4 
l»-4 
I3S-4 
8» 4 
7 8 
1 



7-4 

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13-1 
11-1 
7 ' 
t»-9 



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34 t 



<3-4 
l»-l 
•3 

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ii 1 

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10- 4 
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16 

33 1 

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»-« 

7-7 
l»-5 
12 5 
1» 1 

11- 7 
l»-4 

S-i 

7 4 
IJ 
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7-4 
i»-5 
33-7 
M 

5 6 
11-3 
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ir> 1 

16 I 
13-2 
13-3 
11-1 
7 

IB i 
7 3 
3 

29 

4S :. 

0 8 
4-6 

.J»-« 

3»-3 

34 7 
9 7 

31 3 
43 
19 1 
83 



FOHl.K.N I.XCHANCE 



Quuia- 



NEW YOHK April 30 i AP 
tioi,.> til cciit.^ 

Prance Demand 108' 
3 06':. 

Italy— Oemsnd 9.S6H: cablet I.MH. 
Demand: 



cablci 



Belsium— 16 64 

Germany 40 22. Uavsl. 34.40. 

Hollmd- 55.86. 
Norway 25 08 ' 
Sweden 2A 70 
Denmark 22 :7. 
^Inland— 3 33. . 

awits«rland-4l.ei. ^ ' 

Porttital— 4.MH. 

Greece — .63. 

Poland— 1S.M. 

CiKhoalorakia— J.ilVt. 

JofoalavU— S.M. 

Hune ary — It.tO. « 

nuiiiaiua — 7^ . . 

AriifuHna 33 2J. 

Hraill Kree 5 »». 

loklo— 30.0*. 

Hhanghal— 37.10. 

Hongkonf— 31.00 

Mexico CUr— 34.7». 

Montreal— la New York— 00.40%. 

Mow York— In Montreal— 10e.Ut4. 



STERLINO BXCMANOB 

NEW YORK. April 30 lAPI - Quota- 

Ih 1 ^ !ji l1o;l»rs. I)(l;;kl].l -(LIB.. 



INDUSTRIALS AND 
MINES ARE EASY 



Bond Quotations 



2j 5 
2 4 
!) 7 

28 

16-1 
2i 5 

:.4 2 
4:i 6 
IS 6 
70-4 
31-4 
43 4 
SO-4 



fBurns It Wainwrliht, 

■novwcML 



\^ 

45 8 
38-8 
31 3 
17 4 
1^1 
•-I 



Albcrta.4' 
Alberta 4' 

Albert* i 
Alhfr'ft 
Alberta 8 



loss :. 

V. ItSf 

185.') . 

1S47 
1847 . . 



30- 4 

4 .S 4 
* 5 
29 3 
«r4 
1-S 
10-9 

31- 7 
37 » 



7» 

3«°3 
40 
^ 4 
20 

1-a 

10-3 
31-4 
37-4 



I Britlih Columbia 4'v 
' Britiim Colmnbh 4'i 
I British Columbia 
. Brltl!ih rnlumbia 5'i 
7>-» 1 Brillah Columbia t'i 
34-4 I Manitoba 4%, 1067 . . 
36 3. Manitoba 44"'. IB60 
40 Munllnh.i fl-: . 1959 . , 
f> 4 ; MunltobK b'. ■ . 1950 
3S I Manilubn O'.. 1947 

0 0 j New Brunswick t'i'.i 
1-7 I New nruntwirk 4 



1057 . . 
., 1953 

lB.i9 . 
1945 

1B47. . 
. .i . . . . 



10-3 |.New Hriiii^wu k 4 
31-4 
37-» 



DcuiU* Aircraft .. 

Di:p<'nt . 

laatiii.'ui Kbdak .. 
Bl. Autu Ut4> .. 
El Power * Mte , 

Preepnn Tfcaa 

Oen^iHl Kodda 

O^nfful r.lertrlo T..... 

Oeii'i il Molora 

Uoodyear 

Oraiiby Copper 

Great Northern 

Howe Sound 

Inspiration Copper 

"Intl. Harvritcr 

InU. Nickel 

Ind. Bapoa .*......... 

InU. Tel. •••••.«....•. 



-37 

4 

18 
18 
43 
97 
147 



New BrunA« ick 
I Nova Scotia 3<t'r, 
I Nora Seotla J^ii'ij, 
i Nova Scotia 4<i%. 



IS 
18 
43 
08 



37 

2i l Novi ."^cotla 
4-5 On: aril) 3' 
18-4 I Ontario 3>«' 
IS-5 i Ontario 4' 
Ontario 5'.. 



1050. 

1047 . . 

. 1981. 
mo . . 
19j». .. 
lilt,.. 

lOM... 



43 4 

B8-7 



5'. . 
IB.M . 
. 1951 
. 1640 
1048 



1060. 



146-4 



10-3 

35-1 
36 3 
33-7 
30-0 
10-7 
lS-5 
14-4 
34 

n 
r.7 

45 6 
1ft 6 



33 

30 4 

16-3 
13-4 
l«-4 



147 
15 
8 
2h 
U 
it 
39- 



10-3 
13-4 
14 6 
34 

11 

56-S 
44-5 
10-6 

7-5 



Ontario 4 Vj '4. 1070 ... .... . 

Prince Kd Island' IfT.'ms 

Quebec 3'. . 1951 

Uueber S\ , , 1948 

Quebec 4 '^'V. 1950 

.Saskatchewan 4'^>. 1954 
Saskatchewan 4<('.. I9:>1 
Saskatchewan 5%. 1958 . . 
Baikitchewan i't '-. 1953 .. 
Saskatchewan t'. . 1953 . 

I mijMicipal 

I Montreal 5''. . 194S 

I Quebec t%. lOSS 

I Toronto i'i, 1053 

I Vancouver i%, 1000 

1 WjnnlPis 4'V» .1060 . • • • 



Ltd I 

Bid 
43 50 
43 75 
45 50 
48.50 
50 50 
06.30 ' 
03 SO 

98 50 
100 00 
103 00 

02.7'5 

06 00 

90.7S 

OS 70 

00.7} 

95 00 . 
100 75 
103 36 
107 75 

96.33 
100.70 

107 7S 
114 35 

99 00 
101.375 
111.75 
I13.7S 
1 14 25 

98 75 
"97.31 
100.00 

108 75 
82 33 
74 25 
89 35 
73 73 
76.79 



Asked 

45 7.1 

46 00 
48 00 
48 00 
53 00 

' 68 50 
B4 50 

100 00 

101 50 

04.33 
S0.3O 
09 35 

03.79 
OB 39 

93 50 

102 00 
104 75 
10B75 

07 75 

loaroo 
too 39 

115 75 
100 00 

103 375 
113.79 
116.79 
117 35 

100 ()« 
98 50 

101 00 
110 35 

64 75 

78 75 
, 71.75 

7633 

79 39 



103 SO 

104 00 
118 .SO 

79 50 
03 50 



ins 00 
108 00 



81 jO 
88 SO 




GULF ISLANDS 
CRUISE 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 

Spend an cxhiUrjting day afloat— cruising ovfr tkt thtltcrcd 

Mas of the beautiful Gulf of Georgia— Miling amongst count- 
less green clad islets — calling at picturesque Gulf Island ports. 

Bring along a picnic lunch and enjoy it on an evergreen -shaded 
bMOi, or ttcirt yovr iMncb-and foa at one of the cfiarmiiitf 

fom 

OF 

CALL 



lU^t WINT. •7-l»eer otof 

PO«T WASHINGTON 6 hour «top 

GALIANO ISLAND : 4-hwir itop 



MAYNI 'ISUWD. 



4-lteMr sfey 



*TkiN otepo oro optieaal. feioesgors siey ceeNnee with 6hi# 
te tile leot""jert"et''<elt." ~ 



lesoo Loove Dtpet; t AM. 
Forry Lesvn Swartx Bay, 10 A M. 
Arrive Bock ia Vktorio, 7: JO P.M. 



RETUKN FARES 



$125 



CMMree T5f 



7 AFTERNOON MYSTERY TRIP 7 



EVERY SUNDAY 

drt** Uraetk olarlaes aeanetr ta aa ■■fcaewa 
Toa MP «• 



kaek 



• • M9. 

tm 9.m. 



■mmN 

rum 



riiildrea. 50«« 



f AC 



VANCOUVER IStJ^ND' 
COACH LINES. LTD. 

E1177 - Depot Iroughton Street at Broad E 1178 



WHEAT FUTURES 
GAINiNE CENT 

W;NNIPS0, AfalllD vW.— Scarcity 
of sellers in late states when short- 
coveritig eiiU>rrd the Baritet and 
Chicago turniecl upwavil af^oouated 



wheal fntiiVBS re- 



for -W&nlpeff 

coverk'.s today. 

TtM fin«l quotations #e^ -r 1-8 
to 1 S-4 oente higt^ff'iuy at 
$1 20 1-4: July, |1.1J»,4^ and Octo- 
ber, 88 7-8 CI 



^■■mSSiltd Id 



LiteipMl^tHibed Id lower and 
^^nos .^Ltea 1>4 to 1-8 cent off. 

Red Spring wheats continue to 
sag In the easli market, with No. i 

closing at 4 cents premium of the 
May luture and No. 3 at a 2-ceat 
discoxiht; Durum spreads improved 

2 renl-s or more 

Coarse graii^ moved narroivly in 
routine trsidlnv. Oats closed 1-8 

lowpr to 1-8 higlT^r, barley un- 
changed to 1-2 higher, flax 1 to 3-8 

lower, and rye 5*t to 3-t lowen 



TOROMTti. April ao ZR .— The To- 
ronto **^Hk^||^t closed the week 
with a dlB^MfM moderate weakness 
In the Indu-strials and the base met- 
and a mild rally in tt^ Western 
oils. Oold stocks registered a small 
net lioas la Jbe laws. Volume at 
273,800 sharae WM tfie imallest since 
the day before the last Chrlstoias. 

In the. r*"ir "f*^ 9traw Ijiike. 
Stadiacona and Pandora OadiUae ad- 
vanced 3 to 6 each; Hard Rock, 
^ttle Long Liac, Moneta and Teck 
Hugbee golds declined a few. . 

Kerr-Addl.'-on s<jld higher by 9, 
and the clo.se wa.s up narrowly for 
East Malarlic, MacLeod - Cock.shutt, 
0;Brl«n axid Oro^ Plata. B^yado 
was ofjFered down 10 to SJO. 

Lo.sses for Nickel. ITud.son Bay and 
Noranda.were limited to 1-2 to 3-4. 
Veffltyres lost-A and BaSbmry Basin 
giafceii 10. . ., _ 

British -Anjierican Oil Iht^r&a- 
.tional Petroleum, Imperial Oil. Bra- 
zilian. DLstlUers-Seagrams and Steel 
of Canada were off narrowly. 

Calgary-Edmonton registered the 
best pick of the Western Oil group, 
flrniiiiR 20. to cloi« at 2.55. oCalta 
followed witii a gain of 7. Prices 
were up finally for Foundation, 
Homp^ ami West Turner Petroleum. 
jPe^Ulte was dormant 



Gold and Oil Issues 
Move N a r r o w 1 y a t 
JVancouvcr Exchange 



WheM - 
May .... 
July .... 
Oct 

Gale— 

joK 

Oct. I,... 

Rye- 
May .... 
J'lly 

Harloy — 
M..V , 

July 

Oct. .... 



HIN.NIPCa OBAIN 

>H A number. Lld.i 



P c. 
119S 
100 ■« 

88'. 

45 H 
41*. 
It% 

Ott 
01 'i 

ST , 
52'. 



Open 
119 
loss 
88'. 

46 '« 
41 \ 



Hlih 
I30'« 

111 
89 

43^ 
IMi 

SOW 

01 <« 



57.^ M', 



tx5W 

11« . 

109 . 
67^4 

n% 

so<« 
«) . 

57S 



Close 

bUO'. 
110>, 

68';4 

4S>i 
41 »i 
37', 

SOH 

•v. 

i7H 
0.7% 
01 



Ceili -Grain 
Wheat— 1 Northern. 124' 
1J6^; 3 Northern. 113'.. 
Hp. 5. S8»i; No 8. 77',. Feed 
I33'.«. Amber Dururu No. l. 
04Tk; No. 3. S0'«: No. 4, 77 \ 



: 3 
No 



Oarnet No. I. lU'. 
Calf- 3 C W 47' ! 

reed, 44 1 Kr<-d 41 
36';. Trark. 4.". 

Barley J R.O w . 58 ', 6 
3 C W.. 65 '4: 4 l. Sv . i3', ; 
8 jC W.. 5IT»: Track. .57',. 

Rye 1 C.W.. 50%: t C.W„ 

55'»: 4 C>IV. StOiMtte. M%: 

Track. 59'. 

Fnax 1 n'w r . 152! I 4S.W., 
137, 4 C.W , ijo. Track. M. 



No. 112 
3 C W . 43 
, 2 Ferd. aD, 



R O.W., 
6 C.W., 



Northern. 
4. 

70',. Track, 
88', . No 3. 
Trwk. 88',. 



US: 
4 OA 



■xira I 
3 Peed. 

68',: 

C.W., 
MSi 



!«•: S c w.. 



Wiieat— 

May . . 
.Ittty- 

.S'-f.t, ... 

Corn — 
May .... 

July 

Rept .... 

Oats — 

May 

July 

Sept . . . 

R.ve 
May .... 

Jttir .... 
Sept. . . . 



' caiCAOo oBiim 

(H. fk. Humber, Ltd.) 



PC, 
70 
70', 
79 S 

58 '-. 
SO', 
0141 

37 '4 
37 
38 '4 



Open 
78\ 
78'i 
19 \ 

58', 

flOH 

tlM 

38 ». 

27 

68 

SO>i 

90 



Hl(h 
79 \ 
79'. 
80 

56 <• 
OOH 
fl^ 

31 \ 
21 \ 

68 V 
•7% 

son 



Low 

78-. 
78'. 
79 S 

50 
59 H 
•0% 

»7S 
36 *« 
2«\ 

57S 
90 

68 >i 



Clo^e 
It', 
71 
80 

68'. 
59 . 
00 '4 

SOS 

37 S 
37 «i 

56 'i 

57:, 

00 s 



VANCOUVER, April 80 4».--Trad- 

Ing waj! (lull and" prices generally 
unchanged at the close of the short 
session ' on Vancouver Stock fic- 
change. JmilSMtlOI» totaled S0',a25 

shares. 

Sheep OiME and Premier were 

the only gold ;>tfK-ks lo move higher 
buih issues closed up one cent, 
the former at 95 and the latter at 
2.00. Big Miieourl dipped 1 at 37, 
as Bralorne at 'S.TS, CKtlboo Oold 
QuaJtz at 2 18, Kootcnay Hello at 
1.15, Pioneer at 3.00 and Hediey , vjdeiie • . 
Mtffecot at 1.08 held uhchanke4t. i weiunitM 

In the ba.se metal.'', Pend Oreille 
was up 3 at 158, and Reeves Mat- 
donald added 1 at 28. B.C. Nickel 
dipped 1-4 St 15 1-2, while Lucky, 
Jim at' 2 3-4, GrJlidvlew at 6 1-4. 
Nicola at 4 1-2 and Wliit*'wut/<r .at 
4 7-8, were quiet and unchanged. 

Calgarj dEjBdmonton Oil was up 
1 at 2.50 and Vulcan added 3 at 95. 
Okalta lost 4 at^l.65. while EKil- 
hoasie at 48 and Ho me at 1 3 1 each 
eased 2. Commonwealth al~33 and 
Davies Petroleum at 51 were down a 
cerit and other leading stocks were 
unchanged. . . ' - - 



Uak Slccar 
McOllUvaiy Creek 

M'nto 

Nicola 

NobU nve 
Pend Oreille .... 

Pilot Oold 

Pioneer 

Porter Idaho .... 

Premier 

QuatflRb Copper 
Ouesne'.le Quarti 
Reevei Macdnnald 
Relief Arllniton «... 

Reno 

Reward 

Ruth Uopw .:'.»;' i. 7.'.^ 
Bnlmon Oold . 
S'lo p Creak . .: 
.s .tiiik Premier 



A. E. AMES & COMPANY 



THK-TOKONTO STOCK DCCHANQE 
THE KiOWT mAL gT O CIf XCimiC 



IIM1S lELMONT HOUSI 

Victeria, I C. 

tMesh»>M f «|U->-« . 



faaoooeoo 

. WlaaJsos 




•I* 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS 
OF CANADIAN DOLLAR 

MONTREAL, April 30 - BiitL.h 
and foreign exchange clased ea.sier 
today. Nominal ratee for large 
amounts: 

Anstralla. pound, 4 0027; Denmark, 
krone, .2238: FYanc«». franc, 0.30775; 
Great Britain, pound, 5.0133; Japan, 
yen, .2925. 

New Zealand, pound. 4.0340; Nor- 
way, krone, .2520; South Africa, 
pound, 4.98&3; Swrden, krona. .3584; 
Swlt«*rland, franc. 2314. 



EGG MARKET 



These prices are obtaiMad daily 

from the office of the I»minion 
tkjvemment Poultry Products In- 
KpectloQ Service, Victoria; Empire 
8822. 

orad* "A" large...l .20 

Grade "A' medium........... .10 

Grade "A pullot .17 

Following are the dtjr wholeaale: 

Grade "A" large .24 

Grade "A" medium .22 

Urnde 'A' puilei... .21 



MIMNU- SM TION 

(FtdoUtr foearttle^ > 

Bid Aaked 

^^Tn9 . ,10 .ll'i 

Alrt.riw— III H 

AJ»^ .JJ 30 

BaKH'iiBi .14 .15 

Bankticld ..; .71 .7s 

li.i^e MeUU ;.. .n .39 

Seattle .- 1 OS 108 

UiK MjMourl . ; 17 40 

Bobjo 10 10', 

Bralorne 0 85 6.05 

Buffsla ABfcerlu.......^ i4S->',4 I4 8i<i 

CAE. Corpn S.53 3.55 

Canadian Malsrtle 88 94 

Cariboo 3 lo 2 J5 

C8,s'.le Trethaway 65 89 

Central Patricia , 1.53 - 2 .i5 

chemieal Kaeeareh 30 . .39 

ChiboutSnau • 25 jo 

Const OOMer 3 25 ; fiO 

Dome SI 50 52 50 

Palconbrldte 8.75 5 OS 

Eldorado aS3 3 34, 

Ciort ■-. I ake 44 .45 

Urai:«rta ..*.....04'i .05 

Oui'iur 7( " 77 

Hard Rork J.IJ JlJ 

Hollinarr IS no 13 35 

Hotup Oil 1 30 I.3J 

H'>'*'cy . .". 27 30 

tntl Nickel 44.75 4.'i 00 

Ktrkland Lake 1 03 1 O'l 

Lakeshore 81.50 51 75 

Uiich ., 7g HO 

Little Lone Lae 410 4 20 

Mclntyre 37 75 38 50 

McKensle Ited l.ake 1 03 i 05 

McLeod Cockshult ' 3.35 340 

McVlttle OrahilA ^J* ji 

McWaitrm |i .t| ' 

Mlnln;( Corp;) 1 7J 1 7)| 

Monela 1.07 r\o 

Morri|i Kirkland .00- 10 

Nipliains , i.n LIS 

Noranda M.75 57.50 

0 Brien j so 3 80 

"•"'"ur a.5S 3 ro 

Powell Rouyn 1 so 1 90 

Paymaster ; .43 .45 

Pend Oreille 1.50 l.ss 

Perron Gold 1.17 1 30 

Plrkle Crow 4 0> 4 70 

gMjneer j »St 3.10 

Prcoiier j.oi 3 10 

Reii^ Authler S.OO 0 10 

Reno 55 -,7 

Rnyal.tr 43 QO ' «1 no 

San Antonio i t2 12 , 

Shetrltt-Oordon l.Ofl 1 07 

Slacoe , 3.3S 2 39 

Sladen Malartle 1 19 1 30 

Stadacona 7i 78 

Sudbury Baiin a 35 3 '>o 

Sullivan 1. 01 105 

Sylvanite 3 05 3 10 

Trck-Huahea 4 8. 4 75 

Thninp'on Oadlllao 31 'i 

Toburn J JJ 3 35 

I'chl 181 104 

Ventures 4.00 4 95 

Watte Amulet ......... 1.31 1.31 

Wrtsnt-HartrtaTes 7 to 7 30 

I.VD17STBIAL SECTIO?* 
fPtdelltir BccuirKiea, Ltd 1 i 

Bid Asked 

A P. Orain 3 3"., 1 

30" 1 

B C. Power • A" 39 39 . 

B C. Power ■B" / II. 4' 

Bulldinc Products 4 ' . .46 

Beir Telephone ' if,:,', ij7 • 

Brarlllan Traction le^ || I 

Br'wint Corpn l.OS l.OO.' 

Brewers A DlstllKra ..', r>\ 

cunsda Ceintnt ..• :>', 10 ■ 

Canada Car * PeundTr IP. n 

Canada Maltlnc 3a'. 30'. 

Canadian Pacific , t'l 6', 

(Vrk'hutt Plow 8'j 9 

1 niidated Smelters 55'? 85', 

: II' • lilers-Seagrams 13 13'. 

D'l-riiiion Brldae a7'» ao. 

1 )'ii]i;n'i,ri fltorea-M^ 5 O'i 

l>cjn-iiiioN Tar 8c Clieinical .. 7 7 , 

Pord A 18 , IB . 

neneral Stceiwarea 5'. 5', 

Oyp.sum Lime 4', 0 

Hamilton Budge 5', 

Hiram Walker 37 JT. 

Imperial O^l 17 17'. 

Intl Petrol'iim ', . 3i'. 

imperial robacco< 14 14', 

Intl. Nickel 44', 45 

Industrial Alcohol "\' ,. .., 3V, 3>, 

Industrial AUnhol • B" ■ 3S ,. 

Intl. Utilities A 5 

Irttl. Utilltlea • B- OO 70 

LAke of the Woods ^ 11 12 

liOblaw "A" 80 \ 21'* 

Montreal Power ao 39 

McCoU-Prontenae 13 'i 11 

National Steel Oar 39 40 

National Breweries 37 37S 

Ptiie Her.^ey 85 1 88 

Power Corpn. 13 14'. 

.lhawinlean, 18 , I8'« 

Steeljtt.'efnarlK ,82 63 

Steel of Canada. Pfd 59 61 

llanha 

Bank of Canada 59 59 'j 

Canadian Bank of Commer'ce .161 163 

Imperlftl B4nk 176- 1I0> 

Paiik of Moniiesi J8i 

Bank of No . a .s -olia 300 301 

Royal Bank of Citnada 174 



▼ANCOVVBB QUOTATIONS 
iBoormaa InVestaient Co., Ltd.) 



........... 

.............. 



Astet . . 
BC. Nickel 

B'.g Missouri 

BraliJtnp 

Uridae River Consolidated 

Bluebird 

Cariboo Oold 

Denlona .' 

I)iiir.;ill 

FairvKw Amalgamated .. 

Federal Oold 

OeorKe Cupper 

Oold Bell 

Gold M'>untaln ......... . 

Cirandvlew 

Hediey Mascot 

HedU-y SlerUng 

Indian 

Island Mountain 

Kootenay BeUo' 

Ko<jtenay .Florence 

Lakeview , 

Lucky Jim 



W-'ko 

W!i;tcwaiT 

■Yiiiir Y.iiiki-e Olrl 

OOo 

Anglo Canadian 
Associated 
Amalaamated 

Anaconda 

A P. Consolidated 
Baltao' . 

Brltl^h nonunion . . . 

Brown 

C. Si C. Corporation 

Calmont 

Commonwealth 

Crow's Nest : 

Dalhousle , 

DaM' I'l-t 1 i>li-uju .. 
Easli I I'kl 

Freehold 

Firestone Petroleum . 

Foundation 

lluiu'sl 

Higtiwood tiarce* ... 
Home Oil 

Madison 

Mar Jon 



JOik. 



.I6H 
.31 

a7s 

.01 u 

a to 

0.1 

0.1 '» 

.01 

.37 
.02 'i 
.06 
1 OS 

.03 

.75 
1.15 

.01 >i 
M%. 



.40 
• 05 

.03 
.03 '4 
>30 
.00 
.04 
.03 '.a 
.03 

.36 

.03^ 

.07 
1 10 
, .05 

.03 \ 

.80 
1 17 

.01 

.01 



Mercury . _■ 

McOousall 8e«ur . 
■MMOl PsUul««m 
UcLeod 

Mill City 

Model f 

Monarch 

Nordon 

Okalta .' 

Okalta iPrefcrred . 

Pacalta 

Prolrle Royalties . 

Royallte' 

Spooner , . 
Southwest Petroleum 
Texas Canadian .... 
iTnlted OU 
Vanalta . . , 
Vulcan .... 



Brewers * DistlUers 
Capital Estates 
Coast Brewerle.4 .... 
UnlMH Distillers ... 




A COMPUrrC INVrsTMBlIT invMB 
BONDS — OoTernment. Manielpal. Cer M imM— ■ 

STOCK.'<> — Industrial.. MInm. Oil, 

Oar 'Statlatlcal 8rr\i<r. miii <,n' \ou < "iiipiri, iiirnTmaiian. Paolaetaig 

l.alr.t Uuutalioni oB All >srrurtlle, I'pon Kr<iu'«l 

Boor man Investment Co., Ltd. 



unREireniiiTii « CO.. limitei 



VANCOUVER 



INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
14 AlCADE lUlLDINC^CTptlA 



TORONTO 



$5,00O--CANADlAN UTILITIES. LIMITED 

0% PtooO Hortsase Ronrii, Due IW.S.S - I n TIrld 4pproalaaiSlK- SJSV. 

Full Partliular, I pon 4i>i>I<r,t<"n ' - 



PEMBERTON & SON, LTD. 



G 81.- 1 



»X>aT ST. 



MONTREAL STOCK 
LEADERS STEADY 



Dollar Makers 



By GEQBGB T. EAGLB 



MONTREAL, April 30 «^ -Leaders 
moved narrow iy lower In quiet trad- 1 ferred 
Ing on the Stock Exchange today but 

p.Tprrs h' Id their ground. 

Bathurst and Dryden closed un- 
changed. International Nickel lost 
7-8 at 45 and Smelters eased 1-4. 

Steel of Canada was down. 1 1-2 
at 62. Canadian Pacific was 1-8 
higher at 6 3-8. and Canadian Car 

Foundr>' down 1-4 at 11 1-4. 

Braziliaii Traction lost 3-8 at 
10 7-8, and Oatineau Power slipped 
1-8. Hudson Bay Mining and In* 

ternatlonal Pete i)ostod l<).s.^r.< of 1-2 
each. Dominion Steel & Coal "B" 
yielded 3-8 at 11 1-3, Dominion Tar 
lost 1-8 at 7 and General Steol 
Wares declined 1-4. 



TWO lALBUOEN 

Two Mleteien were being trans- 
to new territorits, and the 
sales manager wajs' breaking ths 

tieivli to them ui his office 

Tfie first 'talesman said, "I'm glad 



We Will Finance Your Home 

DOMINION HOUSINa ACT 

OB 

COMPANY - PRIVATE FUNDS 

LOW INTEREST— PROMPT REPLIES 

BROWN BROS., UMITED 

SI4-8 IWilMSTa^ BLDO. nroKBSl ■ USB. B 1181 



J. W. JONES, LIMITED 

m view simnr. tictokia. b.o. b mpohi emi o Aiunf siei 

THIS WBX ws euQo wr ak nrwnaarr Tnosrr oosenugnio rm 
Mrrrm cososotf vroons 
Dividends VoM ^eartorlr — An BsatpUenaUr WeB Msaose 

iSTooK MAMcrr na^RT dailt ovn opot at sise ajl 



(H A Huniber, Ltd ) 



N<'w York Curb 

H A Humber. U4 • 



Stocks and Bonds 



(A. a 



tlOTMUilt 



AniT 
Am'i 
I Amer 

Cities 



Bell Telephono 

Braflllan T L. * P. ...^ 
B A. on -v^., 

B C. Power A 

Canada Cement 

Canada tement. Pfd ... 

Oxnadlan Pacific 

Con Milling Si Saeitlttg 

Fanny" Farmer 

Ford "A" 

I Uypitum Ume.A Alab. .. 

Icrporial oil 

rial Tobacco 

:r • niat'onal Ittrkel 

in'ernatfcnal Petro'eum 
'Kelrlnator of Canada . 
McColl-Frnnien»r 
' M(-Coi;-Fr.-n'f n ■ rfd. . 
Mom rr 1 1 r * f : ( '»rn, . . 

suamin jan w \ p 

'iralorne . . . . 

i lome 
. Uikeshorc 
I MarsMB 

N. r .-irta 

!• . • 1 ( 

P '•n..r r 
j Hhetntt -c 

, Tr^'H-lllli; 

j Ve-'ure* 

■\ r i-'>l -Harar^t" 

Ranic of Montreal 
■ Hoial Baak ..... 




iMd 

ISO 

I0\ 
tO^i 
M 

OS 
03 

8'. 
54 , 
17 . 
18 

4 , 

i: 

: 1 . 

44 '. 
IS . 
'10', 
12'. 
•8 
38 'i 
17 ■» 

1 7S 
51 V 
5i's 

n 

57. 
J »s 

2 01 
I 05 

1 on 

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roi 



.A 

Asked 
156 >, 

II 

30^ 

JO 
10 
0'. 

8 , 
55 
18 
If 



Cyiianiide ' B" 

Pupf r Power Co.' . . . 

O.m & E.rctric 

(i.K ft Elrrtric . . . . 

.•Srrvi^^ . 

Brail, lull rrac(ion' i. .... 
Electric Bond tt Share ... 
Ford of Canada ' A ' 

Ford of Bngland. Ud 

Humble Oil Co 

Intl Petroleum ........... 

Imperial Oil 

Standard Oil of Kentucky 
Newmont Mlnlu|u^Co > 



i: . 

'4', 
4'. 

2 S 
IIW 
13'. 
67 
36 

lOH 

w 

53'j 
»!•, 
15 



Amer ^lumlnunv 
United Oaa Comitany ... 

Pioneer Oold 

United Power a Light A' 
J Ctnhoesn 8yndl««te 
I Niatara Hudson Power , ... 
' , iiin'iii^ra Corpn. ot Bngiaod 

I (ii.,f (jii . . 

,—(■♦>• a'l;iin MvconI 

* y'.-y. icii,!).-' 

t.«»e . ore .VJiprv 

I Teck-Hughes Mines 

' Pantapcj Oili 

Creo. Petroleum 

I Cord Coron 

Cataltn Corpn 

Herla Mlnlne Compan/ 

Wriah- H.irrn>ave« 

Scsal Lock 



Lotilslaaa Lunil^iBrpioritiian 



Bid 
17 
0\ 
3v. 

0". 

• '. 

10'^ 
8 , 
10', 
. 4>% 

«v« 

35', 

17 
IS'i 
' 50 , 
72 

3H 

3 

6>a 

33 "» 
35 

1 

5) '. 
4 > 

4'^« 

30 . 
r. 

8S 

■» 

7', 
0^ 
3 

7^4 



A ked 

17 . 

0'» 
2.-.S 

1 

9' ■ 
ll<« 
'0>« 

lOS 
4H 

•a 

85 S 

17', 

54^4 
73 
I't 



Bathurst'P P i-. 

Bawlf Ora)n 

Hell Telephone 

Brazilian Traction ^ 

Q.iiiada Cement 

Canada Northern Power .... 

Canada Steamships, pfd 

Canada Btorise 

Csaada Car Foundry 

Oartad* Car Pbundry, pfd. 
Cmarti.in Industrial Alcohol 
Ciiiartiiii IndiKlriil Al'ntujl, 
Canadian Pacific Rxllwsr . . 

Cockshutt Plow 

IMmlnion Coal M Steel 

Dnmitilon T.ir , 

I)ryf1''ii PapT 

Oeneral 8t"'Iw ire, . " 

OatlneTU Po.er 

I Oatinfau Po»rr. pld. ...>.. 

, Ch»«. Ourd-j. pld ( 

Canada Uvpnum 

Hamilton Bridge 

Hudson Bay M. Sc Sr.'.,.... 

Howard Smith 

Imperial Oil 

Imperial To^iacco ' 

Imperial Tobacco, pfd 

International Nickel 

Ind. Ai^cP Corp 

International Peirol'utn .... 

Ma.i-ey-Hr.rrn . . ! 

Mon'feal Tramwaya 

Mom real* Power 

Hatinnal Breweries ......... 

»-fJ<8iioral 8te«l Car 

Noranda 

St. Lawrence Corpnr.ilion . . 

Hhawlnlitan W P 

Steel of Canada 

tliilted Steel 

Winnipeg Bectrlc. pfd. ..... 

Abittbl / 

Ahii.lji. pld s.. 

Asbe.tox ; 

Brauhernols 

Brewers * Distillers ....... 

B.C. Packers 

Canadian Brewene, ... 

Consolidated Paper 

Donnac«nR»~'*A"' 

Falrchlld 

POrd "A" 

Frsaer Co, . . 
Ma.«ev-Harrl«. pfd . . 
Melrher. 

Power Corporation, pfl 
Hifam Walkers 



Pfd. 



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108 

5„ 

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16'k 
H'i 
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to get out of this territory I've been : 
in. Us made up of unprogrebsive 
I concerns who know nothing about 
I modem ways of doing business. It's 
full of suspicious, tmprofraStve| 
chiselers. Ill be gh\d to cii.Tnt:.' " 

The second R.-Uf nian .■ ;ud, "Ot 
course I'm glad to i..i'.<' mils ijigncr j 
opportunity. But I regret leaving 
the many loyal frlendi in my terri- 
tory who have hclpfd nv over inaiiv 
a tough spot. I leel 1 m leaving one 
of ttic liveUeet temtorleB In the 
country." 

Whereupon the sales gMnaH^vtoit) 
the two men tlio jlory of a quiet 
Quakers answer to two men who 
wi re moving to another dty. "I'm 
glad to leave this town with all it.s 
gossipy, envious, beck-biting people.' 
said <'n<^ man. Tp which the Qiiulcor 
replied, "nn afraid thou will f nd 
Just the same kind of people in thy 
new home town. ' 

The second ni.ui .said. "My only 
regret l.s to li.ivp to leave the many 
intere.sttng and loyal friends I have 
in this city.'' To which tte Quaker 
repHed, "I'm sure that thou will flnd 
Ju.st that kind of people in thy new 
liome town." . 

'Copyrtsht, 1038, by Bell Syndicate. Inc.i 



Low Priced Listed New 
York Stocks 

Out of 150 CdfTHnon Stocks ieltinQ sround $500. per liwe, there are 
fornprnif^ 1 • ' a 

Esnwd ON HMk cssiwss oborco loot year 
HoviNfl oioessis WefkiRt CopiUl 
i^o Met, fena wnannHh 

Pr- rnt pr re 70% Icsj thort one year ago 

Approxinrvotcly )l,2500b*will purchiM 10 .shores of t* A of^ fhrt^ . 

Companies. ^ , / ' ^ 

An Opportunity for Cspitat Apprccistion. 

FlDELn Y SECU^rUES 



VJjj Brodd Street 



inveilment ScLurifies 



%rm • S7l4f 




4MF:sWBAkroN.MD.I 



expcicted explain them before tliev 
coint-how much pain and when it 
wUl oome. ^Find out why 
chlM le afraid. A child's fears 
not "foolish" or "unreHsonable' 
"•U^^-" Try t6 find the cause 
remove it. 



are 

■ or 
and 



Dominion Bonds 



<Buin< it 



Oom o( Can 



Bank, 

Bank of Caiia^ . 

Canadian Bantt of Commerfeo 

Bank of Wova Seotla 



104 
Ml 



Corporation Bonflf* 



iBiirni a Wslr«rtght. Ltd.) 
Pt'BUC t-TtUTtBS 

Bid Asked 

Be Teleplione 6* Pfd. .... 106 00 110 3S 

BC Bleclrie V" >00.50 110.50 

CPR ]> ' 1851 00 50 00.00 

C 1< P W. UdJ" .'. . , 103 50 

» '* I ewl Bary P oww 0 » . 1 000 .... »6 00 08 00 

Oatineau Power St, 1080 r-. lOJ J5 lO". .'lO 

M t "oql Po»fr J' '" . n71 VO »7 50 

s,,H» I' .,1.11 4 .. W«l »« 25 101.25 

Western Power S"., 1040 100.50 .... 



Montreal Produce 

MONTRSAL. AprU M <».-:Butter. 
s0ot. Quebec fresh (fS eeorift). Jt \-t. 

EKe.4. *pot. Ontario ' A " larTe. 33a 
'Gutter futures, steady and un- 
chenfed; Jum 31. 



Canada S8 5"', 1057 TS 00 

Canada Cement 4 , 16' t .. 101.36 

Famou, Plater, 4'«--. 1451.. 06.00 

McColl-Frnntenae 0^. 1040 . 104 00 

Maaaey Harrls 6'.. 1H7 07 00 

Simpson s Ud. 1051 .. -05.35 
OBADf tSSVBS 

Alberu Pacific t\. 1646 73 50 

Federal OraIn f. , I046 . OS 50 

Reliaoet Or%in 4>.>'v, 1053 .. 04 50 

umtad Oraiii 5%. 1040 S3 50 

~ Orala 0«. i44S .... tooe 



CITY BANK CLEARINGS 



77 00 
104 K 

08 00 
100 00 

M 50 

07 00 

77 50 

r.so 



Rnr,k flrfcrlngR In \rir^rrria for 
April totaled I7M0.M0. oomparsd 

wan IT.TB^U f«r Afril kek fM& 



Can 



fS40 
1X1 
1943 
1»44 
.1048 
IHfl 
IS49 
1053 
1058 
1«5> 
1»55 

i»e8 
Perp 

I94M 
l»M 
1987 

DOMIMON 
Nat Rly. 1051 
1660 



Wa.iiwrlght, Ltd.) 

Bid 



4'i'% 
5 % 
5 "V 
4'iJC, 
4 •fr 
4'*'-. 
3') 
4 

4 , 
4','-. 
3 t. 
3'. - 
3 . 

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107 2$~ 

111 :5 
113 (34 
113 00 
100.50 
113 136 
104 115 

in« l2^ 

112 125 
lit 50 

99 e35 
09 875 
89 35 
10.1 125 
102 25 
98 



Asked 

108 123 

112 21 
114 6ii 

113 00 
100 50 
113 135 
10) 125 

109 125 
113.00 
IIJ 625 
10(1 ',0 
100 676 

00 25 

104 135 

105 25 
07 35 



OVABANTEES 

4'tri- 114 50 



lis 75 

4'.^^. lists 11035 

1067 4','. llOm 115 375 

1955 4».'-. 117 IS 118 Mi 

1969 5 "a 116.35 117,:>0 
I'M!! . 5 119 ^5 131 00 

197 0 5 % 110 75 131 00 
195T~T~'» 116.34 110 75 
1651 3 98 635 n.635 
1944 3 % 103 35 
1950 2 00 90 100 00 
1983 3 00 35 M.75 
1902 4— «i too 35 

Caa. Hu . Bit. ttS6 3'vt, iaqj^ l03 7S 



J'lly. 

Oct , 



Grand Trunk 



Foreign Bonds 



(Bums a 



Wainwrititt, Ltd.) 

Bid 
09 00 

3 25 



Aut'.^alla 4',%, 1050 
Bol'iia 7 . . 1056 ... 

Chile 6-., lOOI 1650 

Freaph 7X'.^ lS« 104 62'> 

Oerman A'-.",. IO«l 3S 83s 

luly 7Tr. 1061 78 -.li 

Japan •','>. 100« 7i 50 

NorwsT O'V. 1944 .. 10'. 125 

Peru 6'; . 1961 8 no 

SrJney i j'. . )< . , 101 «75 

uruauay 0".. i960 40 J5 



Above pneeg 4n Hew Tort. 

Silver MarlieN 

LONDON, AprU 30 C*).— li. i 

18 B-i6d..flA^-t (W<tt^r*leBi 

cents). 



Asked 

100 75 
4 SO 
17 75 
108 50 
28 75 
00 35 
74 50 
107 50 
9 00 

. 64 36 



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FbAR.S AND TIMIDITY 
Sometimes parents are at a loss 
to know why their child ia ao timid. 
A chilli is not afraid of anything— 
itre« animals, water, or other things, 
u i.H only by espedence-ii aeqiulree 
fear. 

The Ontario (Canada) Depart- 
ment of . Health has established 

mental liealth cUnlca In various 
centres wlK-re children anil aduit.s 

wltn fears, retveatiiona, obs^^oraipj highly successful guast night in. the 



mm 

GUILD EVENING 

-5 . .* 

The St John's Men's Oulld held • 



illusions, or other early 

.symptoms are treated by trained 
."sperialist.s Tliis early treatment l.s 
one farlor in cutting down to some 
extent the number of pstUents en- 
tering mental boqiltals. 

Il . . . >ii to theee mental clinics 
the department issues phamphlets 
for general and school UM on Speech 
TrainliiK. Sleep HablL^, Temper Tan- 
trums, Bed- Wetting, and others 



AT Mf>NTRf:AL 
MONTREAL. April 30 '» — ffiTfeftsarllv or 

futon*, dosed easf. no i/'.nu rr 
There were no sales. Thera was a 
bid of 40.10 for May. 



Qne^omphlet— Festf's and Timidity-— f i 
should be. of special- -Interest to 
parents in correcting fears in^ their 
children. ' 

"ftan aoe learned, not inherited 
from parents They are rapidly 
learned from p.-irent.s or an'. one rl.'^e 
with whom 4he child comas In^ 
tact. They are picked u|» by the 
cnild 'after' birth and it is im- 
portant that they should not b4l al- 
lowed to lncrea.<^4! ti) the point where 
they seriously affect the health and 
happiness or the AIM." 

"Fear as a means of obtaining 
obedience is no longer used by in- 
te Uigun l paienu . Oonetant OHMata 
t© 'call the policeman. ■ "tell your 
father.' "nlve you away.' send for 
— hogrTnmir only serve to arouse 
in the child unhealthy, unreasonable 
fears, which may permaaenCIy 
iwndlcap him " 

Ttie pamphlet suggestions aro 
negaUvs and poelUve. NegaUve: 
(1) Never frighten a child unnecea- 
make fun of or Ignore btt 
fears »hen they happen "2 "Never 
eocotirage-^ fewful jtttitude In the 



atsdltorliaii en fMday. when tha 

men',"! guilds from the other rify 
parlAhcs were entertained.' Repre*-. 
•ientatlres were present fron Ohrlsl 
Chikch Cathedral, 8t Mary'*. St. 
Banftibas'-St, Mark s, st. Columba's, 
•St Mirhaeix SC. Albany Boi- St. 
Paul's. 

Addresses of w^Come were gtren 

ljy. Rev. Canon Ohadwl'lt. rector ol 
St. John's, and by W. M. Hotham, 



of St. John's Men^ Ouiid, 
and .nit able response was mad«? b? 
the repreaenUUves 9f tha various 
parishee. 

The progranune was utwter the 
direction of ReV., O. R v Bois'er 
and featured Claude 1*. Harrison, 
cny proeacutor and presldeat Of the 
▼aneonfer island AljHne Chib. Mr. 
Harrison exhtbtted a seriea of excep« 
tionally fine films showing Tarloue 
in tbe hinterland and en the 
t of the laland, and > 
inking news of the ravaK^f 
osiused by caceJeas logging opera- 
tions in soBM M the flnpn •mmsIb 
dlstrk^ft. — 

MLu HheuA Conway and Aftlntr 
Jackman oootrUmted plyasinff vooftl 
noaben. lad'Arthir OMfMd ^ 

at the piano for th<> eommuntty sing« 
ing. The prooerxUnga closed With 
ths Natloaaf Anthem, a^ whKli 
the guests enjoyed refre^hrrr^nM, 
asrrsd by the eommlttaa under Mr. 



HamnRton: "He didn't even ask 
me -o t44lte a fteat " 
. CarriiMlton He probably looked 
upon you as .» standing joke. i 



BAB OOLO AT f/>NDOM 

bf betas «tw-aasloae about montrbau April to Bar 
him. 3 Nev*r deceive A child by jold In Loisdon down a cent at $34 »9 ' 
telling him there Is not htog to fear j ^ tnmif In CgnndlMi funds. IMs 
when there Is moeUiini is fw.',| l-Min BrKleh fteds The ftxsd 

4. Avoiri ,^o«•1n^ v'ffir o«ti feen -f.^ Wa-hliiijt.m prir* amoaate<LMU— ' 
Positive. •!) If fsar sltoatkms arei|M,ii.4n CaoMUAft fun/** 



I 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, ^C, Sl'NI>AY. M \V 1, l^i^ 



Business and Proiessional Directory, Want Ads 



(OttOtlSMd) 



roR cLAssincD oa WAWr 

AOVSRTiaCMJCMTa . 
Two MBtf • word wch iDMrtlMi iwalv* 
••nu ■ »«rd • wMk. witb • wfwiOTi e( 
ten word*, eftab with erdtr. No kdvtrtiM- 
inenU MMPU4 for Im» UUui twwty-tlv* 

pcatti ftnd runcrki Nollcet. 11 SO flrit 
_ InMrUoai 11.00 (or •ddltlooal loMr 

tian. MarrlMM. O»rdo of Tboaka »>m^tm 
MOmor lom Motlpoi. »oi laioWtoa 



Birth NoUcM. tl OO par loMrtton. 



AdTtrtlaon who dMir* mair h*T« rapllu 
OddrOMOd to 0 box *l Th* Colonllt ami 

torw«rd«d to their i>rtv&ta addreu. A 
•b*rs« of Ion ceott li mada for mailing 
toplloa. Id thla case add , thrr* worda 
("Box... . OotoQUt") t« U>* count tor tha 
number of wOfUi. 

Out-of-town rMdara ol wr advartiM 
mknt* a<k kdMrtlMra t« f»t Oddreaa a» 
wrU aa phono numbari, u It U not alwari 



poiilbla 

phone. 



to communleato tbroutb tba 



for rebate oo account of 
r uin^Muaa must Oa mado wltbln 
lays Tron) Hie dale of tha same. 



Any r:.t:rii 
errors o 

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otnarwiaa the elum will uot be aiiuwed. 

The Colonist will not bo responsible tor 
more than one Incorrect Insertion of anj 
advertlaement ordered for more than one 

issue 

The Colonlat aerTlce U araiUble every 
day frofli • m». to 19 pJB« 
■unq or. Juet e oU M ttptfo 

~ To Inaure Uu4rtlon. Cluiltiod Alb CtMuld 
reook Tbo Colonlat before 19 PA, OD tb* 
d ty preYlOM to publication. .' ■ 

dlAHlfiod Ada for The BUBfltr "Ononlit 

' ~ p m. on Satur- 



wai b» aeeopted up to lo 



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16 
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•••••••oooo* 40K 

• •OOOOOOtf'OOe 67 



•ooooooooo 
•eoooosoa* 
»*••••• 



CLAaSinCATIOM 
AereMe.tor Rent 

A'TfaTS for 9*1* 

A' leu^e Wanted 

Axenla Wanted 

Autoa for HtM (•••«••••••••••«•••••••• 

' AtitooMMloo 

'Birthi « t • «^*« •«•'•••**** ******* 

Bicyclevond WMutntm 
^ato and LaunChoa 

Buildlnc MotariaU «0A 

BuHnesa Directory •••••• Si 

Birinei.* opportunitlaa ....••.••••t>>ii It 

Cards of lhaiika ••••••••••• 4 

Chiirrii .V nices ••••••••••• ( 

r!<-j,:i: i urs. BbOOI. MB 

( i)!:.!^^ tven^ ••*■••••»•••••••*• I 10 

iJaurllii ..•••••••.«•••••••••••••••« 

^•iu»*ft****»**««*«e**«»** • 
l^r ss.'M.iking ..••••••••«•••••••••••••• 

I.'J'I' Jl I' KAI •••••••••• 

Fai aj . 'd! "cut 

I arn;i tor -Sale 
Puruis V, aiiU'd 

Flati and Apartmenta to Rent.'. 

FttTrmia Apartmeuu Wanted 

^Iiiwer * .■ •••••••• 

Por flale— MiscellaneoM 

l-urnlture . •'•.•••^••c 

Kuel ... •••••^•••••••* 

l-iinrral DIrectorf ...,..•.•••••*••••• 

Ki. n.'hed Houaaa for Itaat 

f^iriii.siicd Roomj for ReBl 

I' tiri;l.slied ROOOM WMtOtf 

II iirdrrv^ers and BoMltr ■POO l M lO tO. . . . tlA 

lialls to Rent 

Ho'.ol.t 

llou-->'lceeptns Roomi to Rent 
II iu^ekeeplnc. Rooma Woat04.**t*v*M 

Houirt for 8ale.,j...t «•••••>•••• 

In Memorlam 

Li<tin£s Can B illed •«•* 
I o-.t and ^ouna ... 
Mic'ilnerjr 
.M.uKrt SpecUlo 
Miriiaica 
M. .rrjianoon* 

Si' i.'.cy to LoM 

ri iMital Workj ...«..,•*•••••••••• 



AIXCN-Pasird a»«y suriflmly as thd"re« 
ault of an accident at Olden Point. 
April 10. Alfred H. AUoa. Mod alkty-three 
years. Ute raetdenio IU% Lodyam)th 
■treet. 

The rnri»iii» sre rl■^^ln» st tde Thonimm 
Funeral Humt. peiidinn funeral arranca- 
mrnta. which will be announced l atee.- 



LE» The death ocrurred on' April a». ftH 
his home. 1715 (Jovrnimenl Street, of 
Ltt Sine Tim. a«ad alxty-flYe yeara. a 
native of Ca^iton. OliiaA. and • reHdent 
of Victoria for twenty-five yeara. 
The funeral will lata place from the 
Tiiomson Puneral Home, on Tuesday after- 
noon, at 1, o clock. Interment will be la 
the Ohineee Oe u iato r p . " • • — 



u . 

. oimtUHiad' 
. nuzn TOTAi. 

^ WHI^ mOHTLT. 

m«r«Hhro we *smr AfttneiM. an. SM 
■ervloo ond Oourtooy Omt ICotto 

CENTRAL WSiarf CLUB. IJOl BROAD IT. 



DOUTHWAITE Tha funeral of Mr* Uary 
Cio , nciutliwai'e, who passed away at 
the Hoyal Jublle^ Jioapltal on April 2t, 
will lake pioea OB Tttoodop .Afternoon. 

May 3. at t :M. froai tbO TbOOUOtt 
Funeral Hum*. Rev. Peter MeNobfe «UI 

condutt the service The late lira, 
Douthwaite waa ttfty-flve yeara of afo 
and had only realded in Victoria for 
the past year, her realdenee beinc 1]| 
Cbrrts Street She was a former resident 
of Monlrcal Sha 1* survived by her 
mother, in Montreal, and one aon. re- 
aidina In JolMnnrsburc. Soutb Africa. 
(Montreal papcra pleasa copy.) 



CASO or THANKS 



u 



GOOD OPCNTNQ FOR MARRIED PRO- 
tcalant lady., rapraient Vancouver 



CMbIc. Btato acoi 
im. OetoBlM. 



WOMAN. AOK ^0 TO M. 

xare of two children. (lUia cookina; 
live in If desired. State wacee oxpootod. 

Box 3043, Colonist. 

^SAUjiwOMBM KMtAvdfT OOU> IiCBTaL 
1^ product*. Permanent position with In- 
dependent Income, Call HtxMn i», Devon- 
shire House, 2 to 9 p m 



T TNDER-GKAOUATB - NUl 
»^ rpiil.ster with th»» Bmployinent Servlee 



of Canada. '-rn 
Brouchton Stm ' 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
IN WANT 
ADS . . 

Ygu CM ttlcphcm your answtrt as 
m\\ M ytxjr clarified advtrtiseman'tt 

10 Tht Colonitt Readen art often 
interested « WafM Adve'tisements 
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f./csies of advertiser J. but a Colonist 
box number For th« accommodation 
of thow readers who find it inoan- 
ycnient to write an mmm tnt—tcr 
serve the advertiser better 

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to Box Numbers Over 
the Telephone 

The Cdlanlst MryieB L mtAM* 

from 8 • n) to ' 10 p m , excepting 
Sundeyt Ptwne Empire 4114 



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» ^HfflNESS OIBECTOkT 

Conimuedi 



IOBT l.ITTLB aiRL'S BERKT, WITH 
^ihuui badae (R.R.8.), Wedneaday, , mRY OUR aAWDUVl— Bi 
Lyalt-St.. Praaar St., or Uemorlat Park. Ba. X ixi 



QUALITT, 



Mm. Ratk Patteraon and famllr wlah to 
thank oU their friends for their ArmpAthr 
and Wadinii exiircssed In their recent ' 



Mr. W Anderson wlahee to thank the 
ntirsas of the Btrathcona Ward, Jubilee 
Hoapltal, for the wonderful klndnesa and 
attention ahown to hi* wife during ber 
recent lUneaa^ 



Mr. RMiBle and family wl«h to thank 
thoir many (ilend* for kind word* ofiym- 
pathy and for floral offerlnKs extended to 
them In their aad hpreavemem ihrouih 
tha loaa of a lovuu w<tr und nioMier, 



'■^1 ■ 1 » 

17 tITDATIONS WAMTBI^ 
MALK 

A- I. ORXOO - H O U 8 B -WUflXIWB 
• cleaned, ouisi.ie «c aaeta OMn 



BABKklSNTS ANp "YARDS CLEANBD; 
r*f(|M, etc., removed. B 0123 



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.•••••••••.•••...•*.** 

.•••#•*•«•*••••«*•••••■• 

••••«»•••••••••••••«•• 



.••.«••••••••••••. 

ai In^trumento *••.«..>.•••** MB 

I pry Stock. PlMla^ Mo..; A.. «0H 

N - inc aad OoBvotoaeoBt aeaMO...... to 

I'l : nal 31 

i' ufi .. clonal Dl rectory M 

! lOjifrty for aalo M 

IT '•ny wantod si 

I r. try and Uroatoek < 43 

K Ki o . . . . .'. 4or 

and Board 47 

> I! lud Board Wanted 48 

' t-'f ' on* Wnnted — PemalO r. II 

.. i.;;on« Wanted— Malo it 

^ 'inner Reeorta - 61 

Swapa ' ■ . .,,••...•.............•*.. 4IA 

Tr*<:her* Wanted l& 

Timber >..« »«....,«« 74 

To Cxehanee. Real Estate" V.TT."; W 

In Rent - MlaceUaneous .; 18 

SI' ve^. .Ranees, Purnacel... ............ 40L 

iJiifurni^hed House.1 to Rent 

I ■,( ,■ n sh-ii Roomx Wanted 

I • 1 IVrraIr Kelp.,...., 

W i t. r^ale Help 

Waii'cd— Mlacellaneoua 

Wui.ted to Borrow 

Wanted to Buy — House* 




IN .MKHORIA.M 

SMITH In treasured memory of our OarL* 
lag children. Leonora, who paaaod away 
Mar >• im, and Bobby, who paaaed 
away October 1», lt3< 
Aa we loved them, so we mi^ theou 

In our memory they are dear.'^k 
Loved, remembered, lonced for alwayib 

Brtntlnc many a allent tear. 
—Badly mlaeed by tho tf powBU 1ft- and 
t BmitH, and brother VBaair 

2314 Qfiadra 8tri>et 



neerat- Borvieo In Our New 
Hettiary at Mo'torate (}oat 

•DMrtnead Ud» AttondMrt 
•AMM MOirni*KT7 t.Ta . 

ITSU, 0 353Q. 1801 Quadra St 



TBOMSON FUNERAL HOMB 
183S Quadra Street 

OMPloto Bervic* at Reaaonablo Ooet 
Lady Attendant 
Phon* a 2811 



/ lA^PENTER. ALTERATIONS, KAL80- 
niihiiii:, paiiitinu. Competent work- 
man^ Low^prlces. Beechy, ■ 4J70. 

piAPABiiB youne married couple wUh aat. 
^ > manacemtnt, work. Boi laas. Ooloettt. 

MAN. MIDDLB AOBD. WUdLDfO^HANDT 
worker, wants work. Garden, graen- 
iiouse. farm, .chicken or 
Where offered by the reor 
eeptad. but lood heaae 
Bos JtSl. Colonist. 

MAN AND WIFB.~WrrH T-YEAR-OUD 
daunhter. dedre work berry pleklnt, 
or othT farm work- for July and Aueuat: 
iirar Victoria. Decent accommodation 
main o bject Boa 3667, ColoaUt. 

rpHIRO-CLAM VTATIONARr KNonanoi 

*■ 'waiita Job, pJ' :'»i >n» %ne*n 



place, 
i «Mo* ac- 
W e wr o u aea. 





PERSONAL 






• Continued * 





BUILD or room RBBwrANci to 
(li.v>B<<e. Oorrot and other vrfetabl* 
JiKrrs made daily. E 8874 



Co, I,td 



UinT. IW TWO-UMTT LOT«. I 
d»aawdust. OolVOOd Woud 
Phono O 4044. 



^ulmalt. Plooeo phono O U4» oe 1 4114. 

T OBT — SMAU. BLACK AVp WIOTB 

'•^ puppy, male, answera to akm» "Jordy.".,, 
Phone tiii*. Reward. | 

LOVr— A PXJRBB CONTAINWO A 8DM i k— UP-ISI.AjiD BLAB. If^K, IIOD- 

of money. Apply St. Jame* Hotel. >•>'' »ers' Wood Co . Alpha St O 3114. 
Reward. 

LOST— BROWN AND WHITE PHI' 
Spaniel, ■ patldi ■ l'!i..i.» .\.', 



«* worn Ml^MISCRU.AinOOl M §<» SALK-MISCELLANIOITt 

Continued) | ' (Continued) 



BIOTCLn, lia.lS-to |ip.Tk. ALL 8IZB& 
New and used bicycles sold on easy 



yclea sold on easy 

lerma Expert bicycle repairs, all work 

suaraiured Vk lory Cycle Works. ISIS 

o\ f riuiirnt O 47J2. 



FART 
. IM. 



SI 



MONET TO LOAK 



A . MOKiaxaa loan can be ar- 
raaied byVt in any amount, repay - 
■traMle suit jBiuldlni loiins a specially 
Lvf 'Unrest' 11 irk decisions Modii.' 
chareea. P R Brown Si SonA Ltd. 1113 
Uroad Street Phone 0 71T1, 

NY KKUUBBT FOR A MORTOAOB AT^ 

ton ai Ron 

MOnTOAQE MONEY AT •% PROMPT 
attention No delaya' Alao feulldera' 
Van do VUot. Oaboldu. * May. 
181 Baatlon Btroot. Phono* B7174-$ 

O00~tl.&00, la.OCO AND LARO^ 



Ltd., 62S Port Street 0 8124 



Ltd.. 



$500 V. 



proved property We write auto^MMIo and 

tire Insurance. H. G. Dalby A Co., Ltd.. 
834 View, opposite Spencer s. 



||MPB OFESSIONA L OIKECTOBT 

rHIBOPBACTOB 

JOHN M Sturdy, reclstered and Uoonaad 
eblrepractor. 109 Dntoil aids. BMM, 



MASSAGE 



MRS. BARKER. MABBEUaB. VAPOR 
batha chiropodist 23i Uuwe G l«ai 

OU>P H. LOWENBORO. Swedish Muuai;* 
—Uaht atean^aiti. Jones Bid* KiVli 



OBnorATUo ravBicuitd 



VERNON B. -fATLOB.. RBQIS- 
lered and licensed. 406-7-8 BolBOnt 
BuUdlnt. F ":e e Mipira 78U 



PAJC.NT ATTOBMEXB 



W. BOTDBH, BXaiarrXRBD' PATENT 

attorney. 402 Union Bulldin*. E 8334. 



1' new Ureii ttS.M. UlT Vibte Bt 
E 4044. 

l,'»OR SAU:— INDIAN SAVANNAH SCOUT. 
1 lully pguipprd. Ilka new. A .eal 



baria.n Pliuiie B NS9. 
J^ADY 8 BICY0L»7 »«B*»OT. 



condition. IIO. B 146a, 



OPOD 



rpWO GENTS- GOOD BICYCXM. Ill AMD 
i, 114. Isd> s, 112 .<0 mechanleaUy por- 
(fci Bheibourno Station, corner HlUaldo. 
E s«s». . . 



ANNOUNCCMrNT . •• 

\\'B ARE NOW AUiHORIZtD SPAULD- 
' • in* aaenu and carry a' full line of 
^porting Goods, Including Tennis. Lacroeae, 
SoftbaU and Baaoball Equipment 

PMantO TAOKLB of All Kinds 
All MwRTKeUali and C.djit. BIcyAe* and 
BuppHoa. ' Btpert Repvtrt. 

B H HARRIS ft CO . LTD 
716 Port Neat to Ray'a .Phone O 7HJ4 



1 ONLY SERVEL EI.ECTRIO REPR'.OER- 

A 1 1 )H. gf s;^" .... 1 7 9 no 

1 ONLY-.UOMUI1QN PIANO. peilei.t 
•hOBO. :r«MU aiM. Bpecial 
• at_^,.. :..|7t.06 

1 OMUT-JiUTOtiUTIO BiBCTIUO WABB* 
BR. copper tub, escellent 

SMlftP^ ■•••>***ae'e*« a ^ ^ ^ . . Hft. M 

OonvenUnt Torma Arquwad « 

I Special Sale of Used Radloa from tt 61 Op' 
f Ouaranteed 

I Third Floor. HUDSON 8 BAT COMPANY 

11138 Uuro Machinery D:splay -Hickman- 
Tyo Hardware Co.. Ltd.. S44 Yaiea. 

U WA^^^ED--M]8CELI.Al«EOU8 ~ 

ALL GOOD PRICKS^^PAIP TOR RAGS, 
BOTTLES. TOOia. PURNITURB. 
STOVES IM.AIEH WAI;F:. t'lVK.-A ANY- 

THlNu I'.-^n > . i .w.i f; .!.< II o h:.M 

CAIJ. ANYWlltKE. KUiHT AW.^V. TOWN 
OK rul -N I KY 

AHEPU-lAnON POa PAYIMU UlUH- 
eat price* for rafa. bottle*, tooia, 
itov»5, furniture. Or anything Foa wish 
to ^llspnse of We eall -OBywhore any 

!.:iie G 47^3 



32 



W.\NTED TO BORROW 



E 



.-'RNEBT 



CARVER. 



F.P.l.C 



/ H3NPTI)E HI TOOK BBOIBTXRKD 
* ' pharmaelalLat ye«ir neighborhood drug 
store. He la there to aervo you. 



DIVORCBB — OON8BNT, 'PBW DAYS: 
other* M. NO pi^Uolty, l^iU tn- 
tormatlon. AnMneoa AttorBoy, Bob ITM, 
EI Paso, Texaa. 



ECZEMA. ITCH. PBORIABia, UKl OU- 
eoto. . Tr? Ooa Leo'* Chlneao Benody. 
6M Oar«6r6pi Depart, aad Drai Btoroa. 



EMOUBB ■AMD LAUMDRT: RBA80N- 
abl* Codrtaav and Oodeiaa Btlti 



T^^lSH AND CHIPS- rVFTR YOMB 
*- em! Freah cooked mid lasty^ Ma. SO*, 
with bread. J>utter tea. coffee or milk. 
British Piah and Claps. 1316 Broad Street. 



Y''OUNa MAN. toOPPtW tlOO U3AN TO 

payment a<siired in four months Box 

2»»1. <■• ! ." si 4, 

d»,r|ki| MOKTUAUE WANTED AT 8 PER 

VO^^ cent for alx yeara. frotti private 
peraoa. on hovao aad lot deao la. Bog 

3031, Colonlat. 



BUSINESS DIRECTOAT 



CHIBfNBT BWEEP 



HMJ»H. CLEAN 
Roe* Street 



O 3841 I1S7 



Registered Canada and 0,8. 
Pawnt* and Trade Marka In AU Oountrle* 
186 W. Pender, Vancouver. Rutne Bey. 13S3 



-tOL 



FETHERSTONHAUOB * OO. 
Patents and Tratl* Marka 
Offlco* Throughout Canada and O S. 
766 W >8Sd88. Va a eo BW . Phono Sey 67*6 



PHYSIO THERAPY 



nH LIVKKY 
• Bulldlnic. p':una 
therapfutlc mrthcxl.i 



118-6 nUBSRTON 
MttT^Modem 



pK>B TBB^BBBt CUXAPBR PBRMANBNT 



milk, ooott Bomo »0|o 

wage considered: Becker, BIOM. 



BT TOL.NU MAN ABLE 
Oood homo 



TO - 



ph oBo B1644 lor prtoea. 

/ ^ OOD HOME FOR BMAUt OIBXU> OR 
schoolboj KeasonoMo, Fhoa* B 0746, 



TT UMDBBDS 0> SATM fCTD . CCTTQ^ -P 
aX men oat Maator^ Bealth Itoood daUy, * 



IfTORK URGENTLY NEEDBD— OABDBM- 
vv Ing, nlntin*. handy at OBything: 

« Oi — 



■oglUh 



^'-OUNG MAN. BJtPBaiENCED CLDUCAL 

I w rk. BbaboUw. waau poatttea wuh 

oppor'.inity. Bele r o a ooa. Boi ~ ' 



SSB 
. 60R 
14 
. 13 
41 
S3 

79 

tVs'i'ed to Rent — House*, Unfurnished t7B 
Wn .ted to Rent— Ml*c*llaneeu* 3t 

Wood M 

^naaBBaoBOKssfR? 



LTD, 



UATWARD BO. PUNERAL OOh 
BatablUbed 1667 
784 Brougbtoii Streeu VlctorliL B.a 



E mplre 1616 
O ardea 7661 



O aiJen i6T9 
S 01 giro 4088 



ItcCAIX SROe 

"The Ploral Punaral Borne** 

OMIeo aad Chapel. Cor. Johnaon aad 
Vaacovvor ff^e'f 

I or 



& J. OVMIT * Bmt 
Olnietora 
aad Broashtoa SUeou 
Ptaoao O SSM 



FL0WBB8 



\'OU^^a MAN WANTS POSmON IN 
■ coiTee ahop. Able to do pUin cooklne. 
( an invest aom* money. Bos 3898, ColoatUt. 

X'OUNO MARRIED MAN WILL OtVBVr 

I (SIM If (iven &tcady emptonaeat. 
Good references Bog 3830, Coloalat. 

X'OUNO MAN, IO.'l(bNivr AND RKU- 
1 abi*. as handy man. Do anything. 
Phona u S198. Room 38, Oaford House 

ITA PtlNTFRS AND DECORATORH 

I.IXPLKT PAlNI tNa7 PAPERING: Esfl- 

* ^ rnate.^ rumple Cadboro Bay B 0891. 

1JAPEHHANOINO, PAIN*nNa AND^Kiy:^ 
somlnii. lowest prices. 0 3471. 

PAurriNu. paperhanginO. dex;orat3 
ing and apray palntlnz. Yoxall. G S639. 

1 >AINTING OBCORATIMO — OMrantaed 

* work. Rea*. price, Bertlman. Bt786, 

T>LAaTKRINa ANlT PATCmNO. PBIoiM 
X. r eaaoyable. Phone O 516t. 

170 C ABPEWTBBof "~ ' 

A ~ 



Have yon trlod-ItT 



VIC- 



ANt 



CONTBACTOBS 



COMPtJTTE HOUSE REPAIR .SEItV- 
Ice Uiinii's modernised, palntrd In- 
.Mallment plan to reputable cllenta. Phono 
O arden 33S8. 



HATS CLEANED AND BIX^CftED 
toria Hat Mr^' c- Yfit* EJ5H. 

KNITTED surra njn-tHn y clfaned 
and blocked City Dye w tXji a 1831. 

LADT WOULD LIKE POST AS SECKE- 
lary^ompanlnn to writer. English or 
American: Vancouver I.sland or would 
travel. Box J:t7 3. Coloni.st 

MBNI TO GET VIGOR. VITALITY, TRY 
raw oyator invigoratora and other 
attmulantg in New OSntBX Tonic Tableta. 
Tone up worn, exhausted, weakened sys- 
tem. If not dellilited with revilts. maker 
refunds price. II 35. You rl^k nothing. 
Call, write Vancouver Drug, Owi. Cunning- 
ham and all othor good drum lata. 

\IU3ICAL PESnVAir^REaSBS, WHTTE 
■^'l .Mlk. » to 10 years, J2.J5 Powler a. 
Yate* Street 

MOTORINO TO WINNXBBO SOOn! 
C eiBaa i f waated. PbaBO Ootavltg 

IIIR. 

MENS BEST SANITARY SUPPUEB— 34 
sample a.^sortmi-nt for |1 Pacific 
Supply. Til Oraiiv.Ce .sirH.-i. Vsn.oiiv.r 

A f AllAME STARK CARD AND CRYSTAL 

resiiiiiKi 301 Hibben-Bone Bulldtne. 



rOlNTFK SAI.FSBOOK^ 

[ VICTORIA BY 
Ea.ntern prlcea. ^ O 7835. 



NOW MADE IN VICTORIA BY ECON 
omy Press 



ITAlioNBBB 



iRTVATE 8TATTONBRY EUBOflBED IN 

any deslcn or color The Colonist 
Coauaerdal Printing Dept.. G arden S341. 



37 



A W 3, 

Glsd&tone Avenue. 



MISCELL.WEOUS 



ALL 



KINUS, PILED, SET 
summed; etc. Pbono W. ftnory, 1167 



U TO BBrr-IOKmLANIOUl 

II ALL POH SOCIETY OR CLUB CAfA 
*■ city ' — ^ ■ 



VL ■AROWOOO 
• Johnson 



PUX>B CO£ 707 
Pree estlmataa. OIUA 



INSUBANCB 



Fms. AOTO IN8URANCB - SBB LBS, 
Praaer * Oo.. Ltd- lan Broad Street 



MnMOBAffaOl* 



LiraoO R APH I N o 

Labela • Chequea 
Map* Debenturea 
Bond* . Letterhead* 

We Alvo Do 
Bngravlna snd Die-Btamplng 
Copprr-Plat* Printing 
THE COLONIST 
Commercinl Depsrtmenta 
1311 Broad Street 



1 



BIKTBS 



pAton.^To Mr and Mrs H Paton laoo 
Connie Johnstone), ai .iubi|eo Hoapltal, 
Tilesday, April JO. a -.nn 



Cf'LE At 8» Jo^ep' < II ). • il o.i 
t». to Mr and Mr» A K rni.. 
Winnie Ltnioni, Duncan, DC. ti>' 
Of a dauehter. 



BAmtNTTNB 
1311 Doug lag Btreot Phoao 0>ui 

.Wo Teltgraph '/lowera 

OUT riiOWBRS AND DESIGNS 

BROWN'S VICTORIA NUHSERIBS. 818 
View. Oegfgn work oaoaatodt loweet 
price*. We tro w ou r flowera O ••lis O |ttl 

GUARAL Ai»~8BdP - DIBTtNOTIVB 
P t«BMU doalsaA. 616 rort B48ia 

THB POSY'sHOP. Artistic noral TMkute* 
• 611 Port Street 
rheno Oltas— Nlebt Pboae 0 4dBI 



MOimUNTAL WOEEg 



ml' 



s 



HtUJm— At Roytf Jublloo Kdapltal. on 

_ April 28, to Or. and Mra.' A. f. Miller. 

Port Alheriil. BC '•.)•••> y-f'-'i 



^TrWAflT MONUME>rrAL 

I'aKe N(-» r.ir to 
1 ir't I'hi.p.e U 34.i2 
i 



1661 



t DEATHS 

MONTGOMERY At her re.ldence, 3021 
Fmirth Avmue. Seattle, April 30, Eleanor 

, Eluatirth Monttomery. daughter of the 
Inte Captain Henry Mentiomory, ' of 
Wancanui, New Zealand: Jbeloved aunt of 
Mary O. Jamea and Heary M. Copeli(Bd. 



DAVTD80N At the Royfl Julnlce Hf>»Pil«l. 

on April |39.- 1916, William Kenneth 
< Davldaon JTV 733 fort Street. . aged 
I twenty-ti^e year*, born in Vlctorik and 
grand*OB of the late Mr and Mrv 
WlUlam Scowcroft He l.avr< tp m.Hirn 
hia loaa hhi mother. Mr^ Dora bayid- 
soii. nevonshlr* Hoine, Port street, line 
Mvler, Marlorie, in Vsrnouver. (our 
aunts, the Misses N-IIie siid Wlnnllred 
Hrnwcroft and Mrs H T Cliave, all of 
Victoria, and Mr , fl (t Br«u. Montreal. 
. Tha funeral services will take Place In 
- Hay ward' .t BC Piineral Chapel on Mon- 
'liy. at 3 30 pm (nllnwed l)y crema'ion m 
llinnl c>nli Cri'm.Uoi iiin Tlie n^l.ry 
later be interred la the family plot In Roaa 
Bay Oeaietery; 



VOBTBVTN On Thursday. April 38, st the 
Royal Juhilce Ho<pii«l, Peter To.-,ieviii, 
a*ed .wveiiiy-(\v» years, of 143.1 Hsmilton 
Slr™-t The tai* Mr. Tostevin whs horn 
in Ouernsrv, Channel Inlands, ajid had 
realded lier^ Tor twenty years. He Is 
aurvlved by h la Widow and (our dauKli- 
ters. Mr.i Js-iips Hn'iftTi. Mr. J Msr- 
ahalL Mr* .si»n Msiidi, », su of this 
Olty. and Mrs. W Uurey, ol Oakland. 
Oal.i alao *W *ana, O, Toatevin, of oak- 
land^ CaL: Joahua. Arthur and Harry, of 
Miltord, New HampaiUrc., UAAu— and 
Peter and wiuiain. la New Beoland. and 
grandchildren. 

Th* funeral wi\l take oUco oa' Monday 
afternoon, from Mi-Cal) Broa.' Puneral 

Home, st 2 n . lo, » Artj .iont Charjcs 
Ws't will i-oiu1ui-t III* ncfv, ,. stter which 
Intrrmcnt will be in C^iUood Burial park. 

BRENTNALL- On Thuraday ntorniiig, April 
16. at st, Joeeptt-g He*8>ltal, Mrt Anna 
Marta Brontnail. m J)*f«Mv*mieth yeai. 
born at Ganges, SallserlA* I.tland. and 
a resident of this efty lor the pn.^l 
twenty years, lata fr»i,|eiiie 12U Ken- 
man Street She irmrv i,, luourn- her 
paasin* on* son. WiUium Lnndr. of North 
Park Strrit. two (tau.h'i : Mr' Bll/a- 
beth Jone». 1J71 nrniu.fii ,'rM..-f. and 
Mrs W Mel.. ,if Onni<r« ».> ^.^^•r^. Mrs. 
H n«lil«'!>. Vsncoiner. nnrt Mrs E. 
R.«it III, \;. lotia one l>rn»h»r. Chester 
Sampson. Salispring Island, also' eight 
' vrandchiidren. ^ 
The remalna are re:«tlnc at the chapel 
of the Sand.* Mortuary. Lt.L, and on Sun- 
day moiiiin* ai 8 o clock the rorteg* will 
leave for lier loriiier ' home, Saltspring 
leland. wNr< ah* win rest in *tat*. and 
- at 4^:6* o'oiook aerviret will be conducted 
In St. Maik'a Churrh. l)ltIllIC^ hv »e\ 
C^.tL- Fopham. I'lil inierinot.i » ■] ||« 

mt4» in Mm famuy plot in th* Church 
Oemeterp, 



10 -COAONO EVENTS 



i B P H IM ai iP L O WBK SHOW, ROYAL 
-•^a Oak HaU,<May 4, 3 36 to hM^ En- 
trleg free, Admi**lea 166. tea. lie. 



4 BIO DANCE, AOP HAIJ* 8ATUR- 
■^a day, 8-12 CPCT. 9 .3l». with the Hay- 
makrra' Old-Time Orcheatra. Supper, 
priaoai Ite. Remember. "Swlac with the 
Swing(t*r»l" 

A O F HALL. WBDNBSDAT, H:ri..WARr.s'' 
old-time dance. att*ple*a 6f W.A Pro ■ 
Patria Branch. Canadian Laaloa, laatruc- 
tion, 8-9. Dancine, ••ia:IO„ Refreahmeat*. 

Prlres. 15c. 



A I.11RATKUIS. BOOSB-BAXBINO. OON- 
■TV eieu work, repur* CBobar. O 7661 

(I ^288 

VNY REPAI'. .' !;, on BUTUJINQ, 
Ur*( or'^iiull. fiiuoe 17818 or E 0734. 

4 LTERATION& BUILDIN6~Rjb>Ani8, 
^ rooftne a «pe cialt>. T. Thlrk*ll. E 4«3J 

C^ARPBNTER AND CABIN BT WORK. 
' alteration*, repair*, fenelne. O laos. 



^OABDCMBBS 

FRCD BCNNBTT — PntalM, OrpfUas. 
General Horticulture. ~ ' 



IJIANO STUDIO POR RBNT. Cmr OEN-i 
tre. morninss or aveaiaeg; low ratOA 

Bog 3030, ColonLst. 



1 >ROPBSSIONAL MUSICIAN WILL STORB 
-■- piano In eschange for u*e two hour* 
w»okly. B^ aoi l. Oolonlat. 

T)ABSAOBS OABOO 
1 land. Antrauat 

Colonitt. 



PMtnBRBD MAW" QOUmi OUBRN- 
a*y-J*ra*y mliki alio whipping 
ereaak Phono 0 4716. 



ri ARDBNS ItiMOTATBD wSk ^OAKM 
^ ' and experieaeo. Ooa't delay now. 

Phone B7S10. 

I AWNS, DIOOING. PRUNINO.'OOD JOBS. 
^ hour or contract: reaeoaable G 4460 

LAWNS LAro, BORDSIS PIXED 
Ptanted, fenrin* done 



AND 



E6a25 
GARDEN WORXl 



RBLIABLB ibcPFRT 
an branches dsy. contract. O 6tT4. 

^^. " .^^^^ ^I^ . ^ . ^ - -1,1-1 i-M-....^ 

f^ATBEBSTBIPPtNO 

PBACB MBTAL WKATHERSTRIPS 
Venetian Blinds, Rolling Ply Screene 
Estimates Kree— B T. Leigh. C 9868 



II . ■miATlONS WANTED— 
rEMALB 

~ r~i ^ 0^0-* , 1 -I. -I -I. .11-. J- .1- i-i_i->_iiii_ — i_i-i - J— i_»~i_ii_i 

/COMPANION. COOK - HOrBKKEEPER, 
' clerical ability... ahie lo drive car. 



f".r%t-rla»s references. 

I'M .' f F ridi.'i 



Box 2A74, Colonlat. 



VMAT TTMI^ DANCB, -AUSPICES SOOKE 
Cnmmuiiily Association, Sooka Hall, 
Wednesday. Mkt 4 Dancing 9-1 Refresh- 
ments (ins Mirimux s Orchestra Admls- 

viDIl SO- 

VNOTHEK POPULAR VOUNO LIBERAL 
OPorts Club dsnre, ("rv.^lsl Garden, 
l^tday. May H, » tr> 1 Bprt Zals s Or- 
ilie^tm. NoM'l'v (ismrs snd pri/.f« 

A N OLD-TIME DANCE HT tJVKE HILL 
^V-Saturday, 8-13, 2Sr. sit-down supper. 
Irvine'* Orchestra: Scotty McKenxi*. M C 
Practice dance. Wcdne<(l.i». g-ii. ;v 

i IOAST HALL PARTNER PROOKESSIVK 

V whiat, 8 48 . 4-a-a-Ul-l.|) gaowtiail. 



K'<XPEJIIENCKD Ladlei Tailoring, dreaa- 
-i.* making. Your hom4'2Sc hr. BO»"rt. 

* I hi 



1 IRL WANT8 WORK 

lour. K80I7. 



}| OUSERBBPBR TO BLDERLT OOOHM 
4 or companion he> aekeeper to lady. 
Phone 0 7381 " 



BT DAT OR 



REAL CREAM" 
ai l^ux's Enilish Bam 
1037 Port St. (8134. 



CALTSPKINO ISLAND 

*' 7 now ooaUaMe 
it Beef Shop, 

SFBCIAL RBAOINO BT WmBLY-BT 
perieneed operator for thi* aranth. 
Cafe adJolnlne Atta* Theatre. 

TA8TT BRBAKPA8T, PROM 7 A.M. TO 
10 a m. The Beanery, 1311 B road. 

1 Qou oouMRBT BONO anrr8~Now 

1000 avallaSIgk Oaloalat Advertuing 
Department. 



ANT DAT PISH DAT 
ritABER RIVER 
OOLir-iHANS *" 
Nf)W 
IN - 
•PASQN 

J. BOOBXB 

Tate* Street Phone E «04t 

POR PntSONAL STATIONERY 

Printed or Ole-ataniped 
VUltlnif Slid At-Home Car4a 
btvltatlons for All Occasions 
Boaed Notepapert and Bnvelopeg 

fte« 

, ■ THE COLONIST 
Commrrnal and ^Ine PrIntISS 
1311 Broad Street 



LAWN MOWKBS 

A J WORTH. 616 JOHNSON STRBBT, 
• E 705I An easy-running Job guar- 

antcerl Mmriwi.cd, U dehvrrrd. 2*>c extra. 

Y-^LVES BKUS LAWN MOWER SUOP-^ 

A-' Mowera aharpoaod. tl: -dellyorp. tla. 
1411 Broad. Saaw Opp^ B_di K. 

LOOK I SPRINO U HBRI. THINK 0~P 
year lawn. Buy a Cooper motor lawn 
■fwer. George Willi* A Son. Bnterpria* 
Wnart. foot of Port Stree t 

MOWBRB OBOOND AS THBT BBOULD 
bo, Walter Key Shop. TIP Port. B 4711 

Oil Or;-^*HAIlPBNBD AND DEUVEREI) 
^f..^9 both way*: abarpened end 

deUvered on* way; 11,60 a&arpeaod only. 
Peden Bro*^ Ud,. OS6IL 141* Douclaa 



200, 
music: vary 
Boa 3907, Col* 



kitchen e^ulpatent, 4Rb*e, 
tas. 




M FOB SALE— BOSCELLANEPUS 
BDOOnrO MATBBIALS 



ISLAND BUILDING 8UPPLT OOMPANY- 
Bverythlng in builder*' nipplle* B 8313 
il8 Port corner Lanuley 

'SASH DOOR LUMBER BEST VALUES. 
Try R A ar*en Lumber Co G 3813 



HiH^KS, AU. KINDS. ANT QUANTTTT.- 

OC TRIUMPU U«g» 1 vr*H.« I BOUGHT POR CASH 

iil; ^ i. U8BD- 3 .YEARS, Hunter s Old Original Hookshop 

„ , "J* ^"f* J**'* trade. 1411 \ :2.0OO Volumes to Select Prom 

MapMWOOd Mad. . • ,3,g c.nfrnment St Phone BMll 



•TOTBS AND BANqeS 



BOOK.J»^A PAIR PRICE P, 
^ <A1I RlDda Wanted) 



DIGOON-HIBBEN, LTD 



A GOOD RANOB KUt -BALB jWMtr. 

3839 BhelboUTHb Btrm," ■ f Pioneer Bookaellers. 1310 OoVt St. O 819C 

r>BAOU ^MNGK 8TEEL TOP, BNAMIDL 
door, -thermometer, water front, lis 
Carter'* Stpve Store. 822 Fort St 



E 3511. 

IYNN OIL HUKNKH. LIKE NKW. J12. 
^ Southall Stove Co.. nj; dm t .st 

"VEW FURNACE AT REDUCED PRICE. 

Don't forget to .see the new Leader 
aawdust burner. Southall Stove Co. 1321 
Government Street 

NTEW AND VSyi) KA.NUES. OIL j 
' I! irncri .Ms:iri ,^ 740 l-'or: E1133 

KANOE CASTINGS SlOCKXO VIDR ' 
moat all makofc B.a Bard wan. 116 i 

Port Street . | 

USED BUHBANK RANGB.^ir~ BEAOTN 
ful condition. AU cream enamel. 
Complete with waterfront, only 166.80. A 
real bargain. Coast Hardware. 1418 Doug- 
las Street 



r^ABH— OU) a 
' plate, etc 



("^ASH POR rURNlTUKE, TiXJLA c lolh- 
mg, junk We al.vy trade E 402Of^ 

OOl.Ii. A.NTlUUK JEWELRY*. 
lllKheM prlcea. Joaepb 
Rose, Ltd., 1317 Doudas Street, 

C'USU BOB OLD BIorOUBi OB PAKm 
J Call aarwbor a. 0 67»,' 

I.-'UXTRICAL MtTTORB WANTED POR 
I i I'asti Phcnc particulars to G 8818. 

I^-^OR CASH WILL BUY ORIENTAL AN^ 
tlques. vases, bowl*, fteure*. lara, ota.. 

porcelain, brass, bronae. A8 
Import tt Fjiport.Co , Lid.* tU 1 
Street Plume E 0321 



HIOHEST PRICES PAID POR PURNI- 
ture. <.toves. riiis, etc. Hub PunUtltre 
Co.. 71 J Johnson Street. G 8423. 



^Tilk aURNEY RANOB. 

cbelf I 
froM, B 6lia. 



BRAND NEW, 



U'AVI EI> 
blndtns 



aVU HOORE-WHITTINnTON LUMBER 
OOMP.A.NV I.IMITBD 
B*tablisl)rd 1893 
LARGS STOCK— RIGHT ^BICEB 
Lumber, Mlllwork. Oyproc. Maaqniw, 
Insulex. Oypaum Wool. Shinglea. ate 

OHINOLES, HIGH ORADB (ZXXU) 
>^ Dalzlel Boa Company G 1433 

SIDNEY SPEEDY SEItVICE 
\\^ HAVB SPBOIAM IN V-JOINT AND 
V V aiding. Oradeg that are suitable for 
aarbgfa. Summer cottages, chicken house*, 
ate. Balldiii,! iiiiiii.risi.^ of aii kinda at 

SIDNEY LUMBER 

o»i» aiu Goeyaawat St. 

tOB CLOTBINQ. Pl'RS, SHOES, ETC. ^ 

Yf AN S SUIT, SIZE 38. LDCK NEW: tl8.S0. 
■»•'••- regular 



polntment. 



840, MOOO Ba<U for ap- 



6M> rUBNITCBB 

4 BEAtrrifl'L SOLto WALNUT LmNoT- 
.*■» roiin isble. Just like new This la a 
b\iy For particulars, phone 



wondTf ul 
U 6947 



4 NNIVER 
» • anteed 



NNIVERSAY SALE OP FULLY OUAR- 
Che^terfleld suites si itreat sa\- 



■i'>; :« KptioUtrry Co . 
' t 7:»:t4 



lti2fi Douslits 



Intbrnahonal parm WAGorf. us- 
In. tires; complete witii brake, very 
little us<sd: repainted. J. M. Smith, BeU- 
McKlnnon Road, Duncaa. .PhMM aaUil 

2 FUufiow" PLOUOH~Km 
L Uiipy Royal Oak. 



t 1 'A.M ED 



40X 



.Ml^( tl,LANI.-OIIS 



A 



\LL SlKKl, rL HUI.AR, CONTRACTORS' 
style. »hr. :ijarrows. slso a few heavy 
lawn rollers Priced for quick sale. Capital 
Iron St Metals, Ltd . 1824-33 Store Street 

Oi' LINE BARGAIN— MBNB 18-Oz! 

Kiuiistv OAVJ .aetKB aaUa. aa*. Bitra 
pants free Pritchard'a Mea'a Wear, 1227- 

1329 Gov. rtm.riii .Street. 

; A LWAYS ON SALE — OOARANTEED 

^a. uMd aewias maehiaea. Taylae * Oo^, 

728's'Port Strwt. 

I A LBXANDBR S TOP~"sblU klAlfnRB, 
K»- rock and rtndera. O 4 H» B tHJ. 



TO ooMPi.K-r« .SET yoB 
. copies of the u.-rf>rt of the 
B C Provincial Mu^ ^i^m for Lt>a vaara 1831. 

1933 and 183&. Anyone havlae gaase foe 
di*po*al please writa. atatlng price aafced. 
to C. W MoCaU. ail4 WUllaa St.. 

ea wT i r , BJ. — , ->- . 



>* ch 



PAY HIGHEST PltirES POR 

chicken and uirXry featliara. dry 

picked. VICTORIA BED * MATTRBBS 

COMPANY, Victoria. B.O. Phon* G 41SS, 

U'ANTBD TQ BOY— LABGB 
horao ea alattq^vy 

E8176. 

UTANTED-PUMP SCITABLB. 
well^ Box 3941, Ooloata8. 

U'ANliEb— PURNlfuBB. TOOlA 9ttL 
for ca6h. Phono GMI8, ' . 




SWAPS 



LOAD MAMURB. SOOa- 
30 Phono O 61 49, 



PLl'^ING AND HEATINQ. 



LOW BSriMATBB^VUmMUA PLOMB- 
ine Co.. Ltd,, I6a< ffttadera. G la si, 

^BIH^H^BHEK^BSS9b!^B9E9EB^HEI^^B9KIBHBB£^ 

ffVBUO SRNfMII 



"P'THKL SEYMOUR. 3 0 7 CAMPBELL 
Building. Oouglaa Street, Phone 
o ardoa atS. Aathorr manuacrtpta. law 
and coaeraL BtrieUy ooafldtatiaL ^ 



IWBBISB laABSAOB 



s 



« W F,D I 1 1 M J as A O E V M R.'' 
oUy, 489 Ker Avrnife 



H. 

E 1693. 



OpN. 



BAKOAINS" — CTIESTEJl- 
ii'-\ei- u.-.ed ' -See Hum- 
p ni . >3I Bastion Street. 



21A BAIKDRESSIBt AND 
BEAUTY SPECIALISTS 

EOONOMT RATRDRESRERB POR faOW 
price.* 738 Ysi'M •ipsimr.' KHIIJ 



aftarnoon, Oame* aa uaeaL 

•^£doNT~TOLMIB 



RESPECTABLE WOMAN NEF.IW WORK, 
mornings. 9 lo 1. hour or month, 
. E 8859 

KEBPECTABLk " PBrtSON~OOOR-OEir. 
eral for elderly couple.* sle^p out: t30 
I per rnonih Box .ir>03. Cf>l7ni.<sl. 

I >FKTNKn LADY. N«AB OAK BAY PARK. 
I '4 «ould oar* for children, afternoons or 
. .'iiiiiK* Bog 2199, Colonlat 

tJTBMOOItAPHERr^r TBARS ' EXPERI^ 
•"J *n«, detlre* poeltloa. E 3S32 

f" f HAIO., NEXT [ iyOMAN WILL DO WASKINO. IRONINO, 
Friday, Mav 8. com-tt .«nd ■H a wee m — a-a--eleaninn, Ifie hour. 6 5:112 HrK>m 1 
aid nf hoys' sof'hsli toRm. ' - — ■ 

\ |AY DAY MCniNG. CENTRAL PARK, 

*»A 1pm.. -u.S S.R. aad Poaee," gpoaker 
Hana Kruecer. 

MeMORRAN'S. CORDOVa" BAY-DANO- 
ing every fTaTimray nithl. "JT* tom- 
bolaa Bunk Mcfw.in « Band 

OLD-TIME DANCING CLASSES, SOB. 
**«°d*y nieht, 6-11, Seetty 
MeXengle. Instrbctor: 18c. 

IIROOREBBIVE PIVB miNDRBD DRIVK. 

» Kanuimsit Athletic Aisoclatlen, Prawr 
Ptr^t. Monday. May 3. proceeds to buy 
sweaters Inr Isrrosae team Turkeys and 
oth^r Kopd priiea. Refreahmenta, Adml*. 1 ^= 

nion 2^c. n 



.NL'RKINO AND f ONV ALESt ENT 
M . HOME 



LBBANON NX TRBINO HOMK M7» TA TE8 
•"HirfPi " ' n 7(ig ■ ■ 



HOSPTTAL 
Col. 92M 



"Hirwir ' o 711 E. 

ROVAL 0A« PRIVATE 
' H'altti, Centre 1 E 1633. 

'PHK F..MPI,OYMRNT SERVICE OF CAN^ 
• *d«. coriirr Lanvlev snd Rroiifhion 
St*., can supply practi. «i n ir^fn and 
iinder-erHduate nurses for svallablw-'WtTni 
Nr. .1 nn» made to either employer or 

en' I ' : . ■ \ — 



FI^OR THE BFSI CHFAHVR PtHMAMi.NT 
Phone K 2 .44 for pn r» 

I,''IIPE FACIALS wriH .SPRlNu rF.RJkT. 
I n.'W ray Melropoli* ll'i ", O 7187, 

IIJ3/ BEAU-TY^IIOPrboRNiat WWdI 
aor ar.d Newport 8 0713 ' 

HARPER MarrHOD--BC r BNTI W O~BBAtf'- 
^ 'y culture. 1167 Dougla* St B 4938 

SPR I NO BBADTT SPECIALS 

KEEP your Spring and Summer beauty 
cost* low by taking ^Mtvantaae of the 
Avalon Anne* reduced pricesi You wiii r^nd 
many Apportunltlet to aave, for the price 
of every kind of besuty aid and every phaae 
of beauty IS vrry rea.sonable 

No appointment necessary —come in aay 
rame 'you wi*h ^ 

AVALON ANNEX 
KOill 1104 Doutlss .a-reet 

S'MART PERMS U.NHKLIEV ABLE PRICES. 
t~ Crn'ral llsirdrcsMng School 01114. 

'rilE PRICE OF Yf.I R PERMANENT A*!* 

I tl,, \'^'"r;-' l) i r.Irr ..siiiK .School will 



PERSONAL 



rpHE CATHOLIC YOirfH OROANTTSA- 
I 1.011. 01.1 r.»<i iimali Road, will hold a 
danca on Mends' May 2. I/en Acres' Or- 
chettia. Ariin s.i.m 3.'ic 



WA.NTED— MALE HELP 
oor POR oNs Month on farm 

• » J-hone 0 1384, between 13 and 3 

1.,^XPSRJ»N0BD LIPB INBURANCF. SALES- 
*,f man toMak* ovef Port ARyerni dis- 
trict Tor old esikbllshed ,Cana«Min com- 
pany salary and cbfiinilsslon R«>pllra 
"^'"fd r-oMfidentially. Bog 398.^, Colotvlsl 

pVnMATM WANTED ON RLASTING 
« -< rock. Phone C 0396 after s ;> -,1 



t SPBCIAL t!bt7RIIE IN CLBAN, 
'a He'althful Uvinx will be held Tueaday. 
May 3, 1938, at No. II. nil Government 
• ebove Oeneral Warehouse), 8 pm. ThI* 
cour«e ••III con<l»f nf nne-hoiir lecture each 
we^k' for n period of thre* months on 
Diet and Bxercue, lo obtain from life lis 
fullest amrtunl bf Health, and will b* 
conducted hy Dr. O • M Brown. Naturo- 
r»*ih»r pnyMcttn Each lecture wiU be 
• tollnwrd by pliv.Mcal rxerriae under hlg 
sup,-rvi.slon, ynto np<.risl .itt-n'lnn »<» th* 
buildin* up of ft^Tn\ w-i 
cla«' room .«p,mc h .t; ■ , ;^ ., , .| 
be small and aelect, 
early 



WINDOW OLASi 

YY'INDOW GLASS RBPLACBD AT 
V V ahorteet notice Aato class rrpla(?mT 



while you wait. Mellor Bron . Ltd. 
Brouehtoa Street Phone O »03l. 



819 



WOOD AND COAL 

VBIO WINTER SALE — l.bOO OORDS 
heavy wood for furnace at rock-bottom 
price. Dryland wpod. beirekallty, cheaper 
than aalt water wood prlcea. Heavy slab 
and block mixed, auarantepd A 1 flr .wood, 
nerer In aall water, all snod stove leneth>. 
regular 81.78; now $3l7.^ rf>rd. two cords f, 
Inald* block, |4 cord; three cords 111 SO 
Dry cordwood. 16.60. Screened Miwdust. 
12 .SO unit. Cordwood. thick bark. 18 :>0 cd. 
Malahat dry slab, ll-ln.. 86 cord Old 
John Wood Company, ac*ata for YOOBOU 
TIMBER coM P A Wr , Ol i Dawtoa atfoet 
Phone E 3743 

VLL BARGAINS-SPLIT WOOD. READY 
for cook rariae. ►sve tro it)In and time 
Alio h'«vy bark slabwood mix'd with in- 
side blocks, best quality in town, never in 
water, leady to burn, no short lengtha, 
106% fir. goea twice as far as miUwood. 
cheaper than 'n!i »st»r wood. 13-lnch, 
Reg. 14 rd . 1; • ■ ' -Hi d in 3-<d lot^. 
••8 50; Pt cd- . »4 special, 8 cda. 118. 
Sol* acenU. Duncan. MiUa. Uillerogt and 
Mayo Broi. 0 1016. 

ALL COOPERAGE WOOD '»~rDBL'oO^ 
Ltd.— Quality bone-d/y stovewood, II 78 
cd.. 13 00 half cd Kindling, 12 73 cd , It .'lO 
half cd Furiisce and l:<>»t<T blocks, 12 SO 
Cd. Inald* block*, $3.60 cd Millwood, 
t3,a« od. Malahat Douelas fir dryland,' 
tl.M ad,, l,rd*.. 19 00 02341 ai\n\. 



HASIiMt.NT 
field s's 
ber, after 2 
O 1011. 

ClHBSTKRFIELbS. NEW. TERMS DIRECT 
^ from tho warthou**. You save the 
overhead expense. Can be *een at Heaney 

Storage Co. opposite Courfhouse 

riURNTTURE BOUGHT POR CASH OR 
*- aold on conaicaaMBt. rbono DTMORO 
AUCTION R OOIiB> Bani. MlT Broad St. 

N KW PURNmjRB~ONLT~ ' 
OHAJCT "Wiodem l-piece Cheiierfleld 

suite* 17100 

oom .snlten. fird rhif- ■ 
ly with round minor 

Slid bench . $83 50 

ll'ALNUT finish dinette suite, table, 
vt 4 ctaaira with upholstered aeata 

and boSet ttipM 

EASY TERMii 
HOME PORNITURE CO 
.82S TorLSlreei ._. Piione e 99:'i 

I M M O N S 



A BIO DOUBLB LOAD CMOBBB. ll.SOi 
aoll, clay, rock, manure, de'd. G 5584. 

T>AMBOO POLES POR EARWIG TrAPB. 
* ' 2Sc each. They are extremely almple. 
but cnicicnt Roblneon s, 1330 Broad St., 

opposite Colonist. B6313 

I>AROAIN — (OBBBV-JWHITE CONS<JU5 
l» electric sewing machine Also one 

.SiriKPr ■ F^.; t Strrel 

HEDDING BUPPUa POR HOTBLS AND 
rooming houte*. 846 Oormoraal St. 

BLACK SOIL. MANURE. WEATHERED 
rock fdr aarden or terrace Eo>l8. 

MAROAINS In used camera* and repaira 
Vottne'* Stadtoa, 6*1. Onion Bide. 



ilA 



;t WAP— III* I 

>^ boat areiiBd «• fl.* Bes am, 

ouiat. 



POR OOOD 

«B aeifc-ool* 



SWAP 16|6 OABRIOLCT 
•leraey eow aaS aagh. 1 

onUt. * • ^ 

»pR ADB~^LAR08^ TOURING CAB PoS 
I si.Mhina useful. Photi* R 1834 

UriLL trad* ilrood or eaal tor what~haf« 
yon. Bvea Inak aeeepted. 0 6aa. 

42 POUlTET AND .UVBBTOCK' 



47A 



POULTBV AND BOPPiaBI 



HABY CHICK8 — . B.O GOVBRNMBNT 
'approved: May 6 Barred Bock^ 

R I n . Wysndott'S, Buff Rock* and White 
Jeriwy Oisnis, 13c. 15c and 16* aaoh, iL 

E. Nix. 3bOn Douilas B 3)78 

HAHNEt'EUJER BETTINO,'*, THE BIO 
brown kind, fine tabia fowla alsa 
Call or write, MacGreeoc. 400 Ker, Victoria 



ROOOY HENS FOR SALB B 8871. 



rUNDCRS. 11.00 YD. A 1 OARDEli BALB-OUOKUNOB, WRK MOrnt. 

yj reek and aoil, |3 oit yd Dei E 8287 ' *' •'•«> bantam •hlakg. Wit* m^her. 



4 -PIECE bedfoi 
fon or. vanit 



K .^219. 



"FORRBH rwcX)D 
•pring snd mattresa, full alze. 



BKD. 
Phone 



rr Hit EE-PIECE CANE SUN ROOM SET, 

a »I5 Euht-picce onk dining iuile. 
142 50 Hollsiid Pros. 733 Fort St E 091.3. 

l\*AI,Nt'r r)INVF;R WAliON, 115 50. CEN- 

'» 'iiry Arts si,< p. corner Ooverament 

« I ' r| V 1 ' ■ • 

wn,U)\vs. PLOWMAN OO^SrttCIALs"^ 

20 nre..er> 17, ao to 139 00 

7 Writing Desks ■,,.17 40 to 11400 

4 Good Roll-Top Desk* ,, 130.00 to tl« 
10 Office (Chairs <o*k) , . . . 13.00 to 14 ' o 
« Dining Suites, like new, from . 189 00 
4 nivsneties 139 00 to 145 00 

»-Plere Cream Bedroom Suit* |6.5 00 
Everything FuUy Oijsi sn'rt ri 
709 John»on Street Pl.nne O 4424 

OFFICE AND STORB BQUIPMENT 

DESKS. CHAIRS. Pn^G CABINirrtk 
etc . new antf rerondltlened Diggoa- 

Hlhhcn. I.td , 1311 n ^v'l St O 11194 



FI^NOUSH 5-IN. REEU 8-FOQT 2-PIKCE 
^ apUt bamboo fishing rod, swivel - top, 
lock reeUoat, 600 feet wire tiae. 'tin plala- 
er* and *poon*. B646I. 

|i<iNGUSH , PRAM. OOOD^ CXWDmON'. 
■Tj iiJ.oe. Phoiie 0 3478. 

I/NOLISH PRAM. LIKE NEW. 813^ 
8^ H iiKls recovfftcrt 7M4 Douglas. O 7841. 

I/.NOI.I.SH BAHV CARRIAr iF,. 60OD 
< 1.(1. 'Ion « 816 Gorge Road. 

I,". ' SH BABT BOOOT fOU' SAuT 

' ■< I'l.one E 4430. 

I^yOR SA;jt-WARO OABINrr ICB BOX. 
in excellent condition; only uaed two 
sebaons, greatly ledueed Phon* O 4I2R 

I^VJR HALE PIFLE8. ,11 AUTOMATIC. 



.10 10 SaVHke. 11 
1439 Hl< hard-on Street. 



Marlln. 



Apply 



L^OR SALE I.0OO-GALIX7N UliTrtC 
a lank f Wnlk-t n;;r, Uoad. Baanich. 



Little, Albion oaw 

MONGOLTAN PHEAiBANT BOOS, 88 50 
.<.-i' ' « P O Box 58. Il II, »n V T 

K^IR GOVEIINMINT APPROVED 
• haichlas aee*. 16 106; 78 per cant 
hatehabillty. Day-old ehiek* tit lOOi 6t 
per eeat ettallty, Booia. Oeleulte a*T. 
Oldflald Read 

1018 CATALOGUE 

TirrB fin a copy which con- 

tains n prire list snd fives Inform*-, 
Iton nil f'-eillnii poultiv 

Wiitte I^horns. Rhode laland Red^ 
New HamP5hlrea, Whit* Wyandotteak 
, First Crossaa 

For Better Result* Get To^ 
Chick* Direct Prom 
L P. Solly. Lakevlew Poultry Para 
T4., B O. 



liB BOBSBS 

»OAN MARK^OOOD WOltinR. SfNOLi 



vv 



L^INLST IM \( K .'*JIL-.''ER YARD. 13, 
*^ three ystds. |s Phone E 8705 

/ACU 
I OCCI 

TIIL 



or double, Teaiav Rapor, 
Road, betweea Itufey aad MtkMa. 



Alao occasional chair. 



'/VKNERAL ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEAN- 

ef; almost new. 
Bargains E2464. 

^ J 01 f llA' . AM) 



4tO 



OATJtS 



.•^OR SALE I OOWB, 



AMD 



jrrsev Hnistein. diM to treeSoa. BDolte 

Ottej 857 ColvUI* Road. 



lAND CLUBS. 



> » KNT.S- SUITS. .1*1 id 
■ t clottis Mrs. Jo*.' 



ti\ I, 



A' K I ARI.E- 
I '■• F "V85 



4or 



Ml SICAI. INsfRI MI.NTS 



/ SONN TKNOR SAXOPHONE. PERFECT 
^ condition. Any reaionable olTrr 
B'I517. 

rjurrARr~i8»or'TKN6R~biJiTAR; fg" 
'I cornet. 17 80.- Hickllng. 706 Johnion 



4nr 



RADIO 



s'lf'pri^e yol 



V'ICTOI 
E8.il 

experienced oparator 



I ''4 W olworih RUIg 
BEAi; I . PARLORS 



ICTORLA 

i for >* iood permanent. AU 



CALL 
AU 

_ i;i9 Broad Street 

M'E Speolalue in F ur, White and Grey 
»v hair Bobette Beaiity Salon. G 685S. 

\\Tt RITLE THE WAVE3I PERMANnTT 
»■ wsir.'k, r::,i;cr waveji. marcel ' wave* Or 
any other Oeuaty service can be had at the 
La franccBeautr Saioa. 717 races, O 7443 
Mmb. MUe*. prop. Mr Mllee, baireutung 



pM'aMNH IN USED RADIOS ^ ALL 
4 SPECIAL SALB PRICE. ONE WECTC 1 • * / r, ,lcr, »nd guaranteed Con- 

's » oiiiy Malahat dry inside fir block.*, 1 vci > i.' f^fnl if desired. McLennan, Mc- 

mlxed with heavy bark «laba. 13-in.. guar- I Feely A Prior, ~ 

anteed never in saater. ready to bum: now Street. Ollll 
only 13 SO cd., 1 cda., 14.60. Bone-dry, II SO, ^ 



l^n»M TOD WANT A GOOD rtRMA- 
V ▼ aent at a roaaoneble price eaO in at 
HoBywood Beamy Shop . 8i7 Forv Bttaa 

MAISON TTRRFLL "^""""^ 

BAIIIDBB8SINO 8PF1 lALISTB 
4Ta riOOB D 3Pr:':cER. LTD 



23 



EDUCATIONAL 



go plea** reeicter 



ADAMS At the residence of his brother. 
' 1113 Richmond Avenue, there passed 
- away at an early hour Ptldar morninit, 
Wilfred )Btlli Arthur Adams or :ti95 
Balfbur Ayeaoe Born at Msnchestrr, 
England, th* late Mr Adam.<, who was 
et\emy-nv» year* of age. came to C»n- , 
ad*,m«ny year* ago. He was associate I 
wuh the Oswa8laa PacUlc Railway in 
early construction work in Eastern Can- 
ada, and moved to this city thirty-two 
.^ears ago A veteran of the Great War. 
the late Mr. Adams served overseas with 
— tSe IMrd Battalion. Ra was • charter 
■ hfe BMnaber of the Amy and Navy, and 
• n hOTinrary member of the Naval Veter-,^' 
ans Associations Members of these »rv 
eanlrations *r* Invited to attend the di- 
ce: al SCI viae*. There aarviv* three broth- 
ers snd thre* aleter*. Ih the Isle of Wteht. 
England, oine brother and sister-ln-law, 
Mr and MrR. RaroM Adams. Richmond 
Avenue, also one niece in Bniland. 
Funeral services^ wi|l be held Monday 
afternoon. Mav I st 5 M <. clock from the 
parlors of t^, a .1 c . r^ At ,^on Funeral 
Home. I'' \ F ., «,il ofnnsie 

and intermeni *.ii be aaado la tSe Boyal 
Oak Barial Park. bs-wl. w 



MIDOLB-AOED PASTRY SALBBMAN, 
esubllahed roate, 
■oa 3094. Col^iat.^- 



COMPLETE NtW BEAUTY SALON. 
New location, 718 Yates S'reei. Same 
i popular prtcea. Bert Vaude Malrdraaaing. 

i.,.. ■■ 

LtAt.^UAM . t \ ' MENS LATEX PERSONAL RUB- 

S*'ff?^ WANTBD-MARRIBD MAN ! 'V ber soAd.. plsm wrapper. po.stP.id 
with car, fof aalea and jwrvlce Salary ' Ouaranteed Send 11 for fifteen Islar.d 
and commlaalon Bov jnn. Polonlst 'Distributors, r 0 Bon 



lyANTEn - TAIIX>R OR TAILORBSS. 
»T Bu.shgllUjA.Jknowledge pi cutting ef*.-, 
factory esperlence Ndhrolher need apply. 
848 Johnson (Krfwt 

tl'ANTEtV^ MAW WTTK 1180. FOR PAR-T- 

^ * nerihtp in e u ed luaei aa eoBttaet ab. 

Plv Ba« J048, OotoaiSr^ 

1\'ANTED^ RETAIL KtRNITURB BAUtS- 
V msr, App y. stating prevloa* experi- 
ence, to 2877. Oelonlit 

youNo ^fAN^poR dairy" parm,~alI 

ffj'i!!^'..'"**.!."''' "H^ 8*n*ral 
•««wl*nced. clean 
andheaiihy and quick worker StaU ac*. 
mwences and address of last employer 
and wsge expected Ben 3920, Colaalst 
"V'nUNO LAD WANTED FOR waa** ' 

* •We to milk preieiaaiLl 




i REAL HEALSn 

an<rd?bnT?)res 

\ RRIVINO FRBBH DAILY, A FINE 8B- 
4*- l»cl;on of sti flsh In season. Askevs 
Pish M arket, 824 Yates St Del, G7ini 

V Marshall rirs r.'Modeled. repaired^ 
• ladle*- ts!l"r • * !(Kim 28, 839 Taiea. 

4 PTBR. AIX. BHEXN POLISH IB 
'^a. to oae. 



Alt 



TJUTTKRMILK — A OOOD OLD-PASH- 
■1 » loned Sprlne tonic, for vim. Tleor and 
vitality \0c quart delivered Reeistered 
Jersey Dalriea, *0a Broiiehton St. O 5044. 

SALB RATTAN CHAIRS. ALL 
nds T^en Jore, eia Cormorant St 



OARnT rLKANma sa 

r eauafactory. Oim, 



CJT MAROAREl-S BUSINESS SCHOOL— 
Jur.:or House. .St Margaret s School. 
MIM W O .Milligan. principal, E 3334 

^JPROTT-BHiAW BUSINESS PIST n uls 
_Cour**t.- St*ao*r*phy. *e«r*ur1aL 
commercial radioutecraphy G 4611 



MUStO 



O 4723 



••..>v tu., < cue, S1.BU. jsone-qry. » ao, 1 : _ ._-^r_---r-T:- — a 

cds , 18 50. Sooke Dry Wood Co B 6639 pHnxx> CAR RADIO IN >DtaT'CLA8S 

• ' a condition. 130 Phone 8 3416. 

4 BARGAIN SPECl A U ONS WEEK 

'"I .y Diy nnlde fir blocks. ^nUerl I >A"IO» '^R HIRE. WEEK OR MONTH . 

w.ih heavy ilab, from Malahat, ready to, _ radio* reps'rcfi t.i>>es lestet 

hurai'aever la iroter. 83 10 cd . bon* dry, 
IS ed^BWH. - SOok* Uke Wood Oo 

AS OQOD AS CORDWOOD - !JY UP- 
Mand, dry, insid* fir blockv mixed 
with heavy bark slabs at 13 25 cd , 3 full 
cord*. 19 50 Bon*-dry cordwood Sawdust 
Ronald R Hopkins Coal St Wood 90 8 7918 



f AWN ROLLER& lilLY P^NDS, FLOWER 
1/ lobs, hsrrel*, all kiMa. Wllklnaon. 



JERS8Y OOW, 1 GALLONS, 
vofy rich. B. T, Robinson. Tanner 
Road. Kaatins. 



W'ANTBD-Two Totmo a 

^> 7 eaileaa of 



241 OfHi-e Kond 



O 1388. 



Bilk 



4r 



I -YEAR-OLD OOW, OOMINO 

'T Septemtier, with second calf. Benson. 



f f)fi(lI.\o CABlj; I 000 FEET 1-INCH. Oldfleld R'.sd Elk Lak*. 
■M<J aofvl cont1il;r.Ti J.OOO f**t ■«-lach. al- 



most iievh Rr>it .:'jos. Colaeilat. 

MOTION PICTUR8 PIlOJKCTrOll TOR 
sale, 6 m m. Phon* 8 8611. 

MAVTAG> 8LBCTIUC WASNBR — OOfl-f 
• 166. Accept 186 OlOll, 



•tr 



DOOS 



\r»r HAND.MADB WHBBUAIMtOW. 

loose sjde*, 14 • Worth double, 663 
Mason Street, 

VEW VACUUM CLBANBR, WITB Al2 
*^ srcessories, greatly raduced . price 
B 8388 



BBRUN PLANER. NO, l««r WIU. 

^ ' S8LL CHEAP Box n7«. Ooloalgt. ji.. ^ 

_• - . >t - ("Highest recommendation* 

Itto Govemmem4.'t>AiNT rm.k continubb — BfeB OUR 
A wtndof s for M 11 Harte-Andrewi 
Paint •-■ r ' ' ■',;■•• «713 



^Y^IDALB PUPPtBB POR SALB. KIB- 

H 



truck, Preapect Lake col 48N. 

LACK rcK KFR SPA NTH, PU 

up JKJ 1 ( i .« » ir ■ Il Ki.sd 



BOSTON PUPPISS fOB SAUi 
_board^ onta ^ 

POGS^ ALL RINDS BOABOiaD^pif 
doe* a kpeclalty Country home Ratea 
on applleatton BllletU Alb#ri Head. BH- 
mont ISY: 



TkOOS BOARDED BY ANIMAL LOTMi^ 
^' day. »"k. riirin'ii tndlvldjial 



B3083. 



|,^OX 



free Aaronson s. nj8 riovem 
FECIAL BARGAIN 



SPECIAL BARGAIN PRirE.=t ON NFW 
»> radio parts Resistors. 5 cents up 
condensers. 8 rents up F P Walker 30 
wmr^, Brft^, we«» rw ST phfliff -TTTRir" 



R8MXMOTON PtjKIAlJl.t. 
arraneed aa lew aa 81 s 



ijHOTOUN, L 
*^ ti2 50 



(4;> TBRMS 

•athly, Bern- 

inetdn Band. Ltd , ail Oeffden St O aoil 

c. SMITH, 't6 Wuoib 
Pa I ker. 13 g*ue*. 816.80, 

cruisers' compssses. 14 78,' W*tch com- 
a?«es, 12 I'S. pocket Aneorld barometer 



TERRIER PUPPIBB roB SAL& 

Irish baed, four week* old. G77M. 
1314 Johnson qdeei. 



I/IVE MA^JI BOOTTIB FtfPB, • 
^ Tf-glstered From tt«. AIMoa 6BX , 

pEoroRBB skalyham'doo. MAXIE," 

t for sale Mra. Pluicko, Col wood P O. 

■ Cv. . n»sr)i I 



n-BE WESTtNOHOUBE CONBOl.F J ^j^''"''/ P^dai*. ) iei <, _ lb « , w4<.fHa.«4*. n»w. 



guarantaed, only ik') '.' 1 , 
c B C. Bl*ctyle Rud.o iirpt . 
Store 



iO rad.o, 

\ TWO-WFEK BALE— DRT IN8H)B AND i caah. II a weel 
bark slab frim 'le m:ll, 12-ln. Ree, Dounlas Street 

n ^L TO 'oMlS* I ions V*^?** »«>DPU 3-BAND, , 

. '•''K' »-iub*, coat lt«i aaertflee 810 O***" 

Y I win- Mil ! ... n. ■, tl Kn c-TS ,> i n. ti^A ' 



S|M8>e 

oonaWt! 

fiMtilr.r' o .•rr 'Tr" »1 to ini.er t-)i''« 
tmi s t, . .r,•^ »M 7'. 1 it,uliir '•a-rifrs. 
« .rt.-. > vrlle hsrs. 1125 radio tuheir;fc; 
peril.. Ir, to suir any sight. t375 \rANOOUVER im.,AND DTK) FANCTFlKtr 



O 4994. 



I FTR-M II ; 1 12 50 CD , 3-CO. 

lot*. CaiiaOian Waixl A Coal^ O 1366. I • 

1 U hi VICTOR TABLE MODtL. 3-BAND. 
rm MILLWOOD, 13 90 OOMS: IH- I ' »''ff^ 5-tube. cost aarrtflee 130 



side fir. 14 cord b*rk alaba, 1138 

cord all in iwo-'-ord lota. O 4044. Col- 
wood Wood Co . Ltd 



O 4 <4I 



gfW 

■,r>. 

75r 

Aaror,vo'ij wholrselt and 
rnmrnt Street 0.4T33. 



I»_r.KINOERK PUPP'^ ffil' AI.E <MAUn. 
* ' tl2 Hryaood Ressonnf-;. 



RetaiL 1338 



SPRTNO CLEAT* 'WITH 
ttsed Rr,-. 



1 t|'» 4 9 r. MANTEL RAblO. T-TUBS; t 1 ,r. r 
I •'• ► r ,un (J Ml* Jn^f ^ 



I lERCT SCOTT- MANDOUN, MANDOI.A 
4 mando- ceUo, eultaj, ban»o Teachers " 
diplona. 16.50 Oak Bay Avenue 8 3834 



I COOPERAGE KINDLINO, 11 50 «. CD 
^ Dry stove 12. cd Dry mlUwood, 
12 75 cfl IiMirle block, 13 80 ed. 8 8011. 

i^'ORTJWOOtT IJ-INCTt. 15. 4-FOOT. 14. 
^ ^ C O D O arden I3J8 

/ SORDWOOD F r^t grogrth. 4-ft . I'v 
cds.jii Dry sirter, |5 per cd.' 81701. 

f AN'iFOiiD TIB 'mXUU-4~ANI> l-FT 
■> s.ab*. dryltad. 61.71 ed« i.ed. leu 



A 'ERA R. t^TBTBR. A.T.CJi- BXWPU- 
V efjced [eacher ef plano^rte' and ad* 
vanced theory Spe«;i«t ratea for beginners' 
group lesson* 217* Beaver Stre*4. 0 3990. 

danci.no 



ALL SRANCHBS BSD 
Dorothy Cox. M.BJLO.. 



8 783r 



BALIJtOOM 
I 111 Burdetl 



ALL TYPtS OP DANCING AT VIOLET 
PDwkee' Studia II 13 Govt St. 8 30*6. 

BALLROOM - ARTTIUr' MURRAY' B'YbI 
tern. Mr a nd Mrs Oeo. Roaalv E 4884. 

tt DRCSSHAKDllO 



RB- 

)ferda».Ba4«t, 



MALAHAT DRTLAND BAWDC8T, 11 <W 
per unit, boik: 60 gaeka. I4.6t J 8. 
Palnur A ions. 817 Cormoi>ant St, O 3*41. 



■^O 1 Fir? MTIXWrwD. 12 JO CD 

cd iot« I',. Me f.r. 14 25 cd.: gerecned 



IN 1- 
td 

Manniaa Shaw 



nr aawdu.i 12 50 
rjeln E 0«?f 

/ VNE WEFK ONLY-DR'T'lNSIDE A 1 
Douglas f r Makes »ood kindling *nd 
• tnvewood Reg |5 fl . nn 
17.75 DmnlnlAn Fu»; Co 



14 I 'd 
E 4734 



3 cds 



L^RAWNIOAN DOOOLAS FIR DRTLAND, 
3 ed* , 18 et; beaey slabs, per cd . tt 56 
maid* block*, ed . 14 00: bone-dry *Ubwood. 
cd . .81761 Selkirk mmwo6d. I •«,. 
Hhawnteao Dougla* Pia Wood Co.. 86616. 

TWCK BARK SIJtBWobo~ANir DRY 
A Insldb bl ock* from Duncan: never in 
wafer nona^'Orer ' 1? tnel^•• r>n ae<lsr or 
hemloeg. ready U bum Kee 14. now tt 3* 
til. O.K. Fuel Co . O a46a. 



O 3378 

MR M R<rBV arOCK. PfJtNTB. ETC 

4 NEMONIE8 )fOW JN-^rOLL BLOOM- 
Vt«K'««r ««»e;«rles and' ehooae your 
own color* Also ftn* sei^rtion of border 
and rock plants Afl reasc.nahlr priced. 
BALDWINS HxnuKnr 
Blair Avenue, off Shelfeourno Street 

B«ia« 



J.,"«OR SALE STRONG LOOANBSRRY 
ijpa. jt 80 per 100^ Phone Keadiaa MX. 

GtAirr PANBY PMirrB^LABaB ni- 
leetioti and ehoioo oolara. BM^art. 

1396 " — 



VACWTJM - 

slv A'r»,*v r-TT rr Dtipleg, 

Hoover B' H>"r'»r v» i, .red from 

t9 75 lo 122 0 It II Mainwarlns, 711 

Fort Rtrre- P >■ - I, : i - .- • 

NF'M A' TOMATIC »RON'~*Wn 
■ 't'l Try on* in your home 
•TriM S tiger Sewin* Ma- 
' Ysifs Sirert 



21 



A»«oc)s"'in 'T.sU'Plonshlp show. May 



^.'ijlries. n *7»«. 

U'lRE Terr.^rs f Titers, Be.ottloa, 
.neese. n»" •■ .r r., Hchnaiteere. m 
Shop 1413 I»xig,s» Street. 08731 

Mint I IXAWEOI-* 



fr-' • 

') ( 



A 



CREAM OUTDOOR - 

vrii 1 . 1 • infiibator, 
I •■/■■» '. ') »:48. 



eensitloa. 



<AfLS l-OR VACII7H. ^T, 

I- ■ 
fl t.. 



*~ msrte n r,r-i 
Jeu! r A Brn . I.id 



ROOM AVD BOAltD 



rt' I, 4^32 



4JTURDY CHItOS Ai;TO 
ye/r-old O M23 

(^TAMPB pbR COUJirrrc^KS. bouoht, 
9etllH||8Ml flii r-ti IfM 1 f' 



I! 



')ARI) IV ( '1' VTK'C 
fou:»^ flirs'ttcrr 



BFDfi'^'^M wrm 

If p'.r I on iMie • 
RR 1. Virloria 



|>fMRI) AND Hmm. 08NTLRMEN PRB- 
1 » t':r-'i Private t 



4-Wlenl S'.r'et. 



heme. 80t Govern- 



tABT OALL POR PRU7T TRJEEB 



PIA L BAROAT NB Hy 



750 PORT STRFrr 



omi 



i*B Biryri,ya *>n MoTriBrTrira 

L^OR BALF ORB ! W Bl' Y( I.F IN 00<')D 

^A" ooadiiteit. ^Um,^. 



^n^trr fir rod* -mpnatBHT bno- i 

1 — llsh makers. Half cost maker* pr » li''*' 
for eoick *ale, il&a Falthfot STTFet O 17(1 *' 



tAfiU AND RBSIDBNCS. 
7e*2 



CENTRAL. 



OVERHAUI VArt.til CLBANBRSw 



il pay lo-i to tisve yiMir mOchiae 
pat in good r i'— order Cesi vofy 
moderacb Mf rphy ei.fctrio OO.. vn 

7il Yat** Str»'t O 1713 

rt^ARDRnpiy: TnrtNK li^x^'mCnwf, ' It 

lood for.di- o- Omi I i\ 

IVATBRLrxj 



L'«XlRFIXU>-ROOM AND BOARD. OBN. 
A UeAan preferred: prtvau home. O 7601. 



KOOM AND BOARD IB QUtBr; COM* 
fortabt* home. Two 



id park B64ltt 



'.t AND BOARD TN OCMCfOftTABLB. 
»r..ate home, Bae uf alt. Apply 8«S 



W'FrTR SEED PTAB. |1 PfR iTimDRSD' 
V' 74X KealMHl "I rk »*...,.•. 



Joffree Street. 



W r> Mi'he 



l/fFT TRAIUCR. WITH S-AIZB 
I'frioihe. *n^ dirt) capboarda 



O 6434 



Phawe 



O OWLT-N8W THOR IROfOBS. TABLE 
"' "data. 866. BC, Btoctrlc. Doaslaa 



KOOM AND Rnr^KPAST POm ITOBS- 
.inemsr. o.aral. Phone Baa46 

ROOM ANlT BOAIIO. MITATB ^ 
cood^loeetlen. etoao «i, «am 



Rhasmicsn 



■ M K^r> iViAun VIEW 
bis or train IWn 14, 



1*27 n^'" ~ fc^^siiK^^ ^ 



fllE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUXDAV, MAY 1. 1938. 



A Mart totBmy Readersr-Proper ty for Sale or Trade 



" ■I i W 

aooM AND boaIw 

(ConlUiutdl 

ELL . FUKMICBSD lOOM. OOOD 
• prtaaU bom: rait ratUmkn. 
>i St., n*«K UtHt Mr.i O 1749. 



« BOOMITOBBNT 

/ VXIXORO H008«. 14»'i Fort— Hou»«k»«P- 
■ / IDI rnu.. h.-c. water. II SO wk O il»a 

rpvra~LAiiaB~rRONT rooms, has; 
X cioM la. rMWMUs^iursttbed or un- 
luraUhXI. _» WM. " : . _ _ 1 . , 

TTRACrrivB BCD - BtTTIMO 



m ii4' 



AM) \I'\HTJ 
l O Kt.N r 
.Conunuadi 



/ 1 moR 

\ 1 thrf 



■OROIAN. tlS MOSB SrTRDCT NITW. 
f«« roomj. fiirnlihfd or unf urnlslwd. 
»35 Phone B SS40 

WILUNQOON. TlUm ROOM* n>R- 

viib rAi&tn. ■ nCT 
B4m 



\ 1 
U4y 



• ROOM. 
Buiinau 



EOIL BotcL IM •Uaittard M. Mom., 
ith or witboiil ImUi. fMaeokbl* rfeU^ 

CITY UALLi 
• i ll ne»ted rooms. houielie«P- 
»rj. from 13 '<!) ween. 

■"H'J.N T Kf-MJM ANU BltEAK.i'AST. 
ii.oi.Ui. <jik. B»y Q*raKe O 7«5» 

Apt., alccplns Knii., 
ltd OK.ir. ■ ioa«. 



I 



:.^AlKKIEU>-a-Kna. 



X board optional 

ivR ^vriBMisutu 

rpHHU UNiaH.NI.SHEU KtX)M9. NEAR 
J. park. 42fl V.i.M oiivf r fiifft 

^'ftooMs, 81WK. 

J030. Colonist. 



HIOHLANO LODGE 
room attlbMi I 
»ater. (>hona. W*ttl 
121» Pandora. 



BRIOHT TWO- 
■U. b.c. 



ivtrytblM IS 
m TatM atTMi 

NICELY rURNUiiKD ROOM* AND 
BL'ITKS witb bath Utht houM- 
keeplni If drslred. Vlrit claa*. IUt«s M.M 
down. 8U-*torx bUldlnc, (in*. •Itvstor. 
Una tmii loiui**. NlM aarrto*. 

own JM. A. <Mftllk.~Oinar 



TO SBNT 

C1LKAN. COUKOHTABLB, HOI 
> ■ ln« roomi. cenlraj. 1031 ■Uri 



t. - 



/1U?T£)N HOUSE— U<ht-hou»eta«»UMn»: ipro 
Vj IurnW»«d rooms. 1313'.i Broad. E (034. ]^ X LI 

F 



U^ad 

inmiBHED TWO-ROOS* 8U1TE-BED- 



rooro*; itaam heat, h 
phonaa. illtl Hotel. 710 Port. 



c . tlevalor^ 

O 71j8 



I*. Olaaa. - - - 



SIA 



AT • KlUiOBLEY' - HOT An5 COLD 
vatar la reoaa; eantral ta ^Mra and. 
park. W» auparlor. B l»7». 

WBLL-PD&- 

moderatt. B 5SU. 



AT 11*0 FORT— BRioirr, 
nlihed roofna 



■PENRYN. ■ lOSl PANUORA (JOirT. 



/ 



warm. 

T 1317 



furntihed hou^rkirping 
PANIXjnA - BRIOHT. 



./V (artabia room, reaaonablc 

- f a BBT ■ , 

i> comlortabia raom: laaaonabM 

E 33$t. 



II 



lOE FRONT APARTMENT, EVERT 
convenience. 73S Vancouver Strret. 

S' TOBART APT8~HEART OK BUSINESS 
iheaira 'dut.; boiuaktepias and weap- 
inti eUratot, Brapraof; dar, vfak or mo.i 
reduced rataa: tranalanta O 004t 141 Tataa. 

BONOAIOW 

113) 



n W^MTIP TO EENT— Houses 

~ iContlnued) ] 

I.'UIOM . JUNE 1 ON, LBA8B TOR ONB 
year Modern. weU-furnlahcd bom* 
(or three aduUs Mubl have at leait (our 
bedroom* and mald'a room, two bathrooms 
■4ad cootf lardea. Will par up to lioo 
pac -moaUi. aad aaxdafflT Tenant haa 
-own alhrer and llnrn. AKred- Carnlchael 
* Co.. Ltd , liia Broad Blreet. O 7341. 



ft7B 



L'Nri'ENISBED 



/ lOTTAOE OR PLAT. 3 LAOI 
^tlStia; or take charge 'of 

owner. Box 39S4, Coloniit. 



RBNT, 

tor 



/OUR OR nVE-ROOMED WJTTAOE. 

country, cloaa 
aklMiw. B« 



*- blah locaUoq. city or 
to tnaavorWUas.,' M* aklU 
ColoBlat. 



OR • ROOMBr NIAll OAR. ON OK 

• bafora July 1. HMBt ■MML 



SUMMBB BBSOVn 



JIX-ROOM rURNISHBD 

apartment, garden, carag* 
Rockland. Fhon* O 31M. 

VJEMI-FURNISHED UPPA~D0PLEX,~ 3 
^ 'ro«MW, batli. (ud. vatar. 
Bos >MT. Colonljt. . 



Vlalnt St. 



SBACROrr— VIOTORIA'8 MOrff BBAD- 
tiful aaa-Tlaw apartmant. O SlU. 

AND TBREB.ROOM BtJITIB - 

Light, heat Included Scott Apart- 

menti. O o:'-'» 

ri'^WO ROOMED PURNI.SHI-a) AHAR T- 



rnHR|:E-KOOM suite. U.NFIKNI.SHEI). 
X iiaiiU beat, water. 6 Alma Place. 

mlfRB~ltOOIiirANO BATH. UNFUR- 
1 nlshed. haated. UlT OMk St O 14«3. 



4- " 

nl! 



iRbOVA BAT. CHOIPBBBAOH niONT 
^> cottaaaa, eaoipa. waalt ar month, re- 
modeled, fur., Uaht. watar, C c smith. 

KB80RT STORE AND PROPJBTY. ALSO 
other iirwd Investment j. Sea u«. 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 
SUBSCRIBERS 

Out<«f-town UMCnbitt •>« «hh 
to ^mm:&^\mmm^ wl^lch 
only Ibt' ttiephont ruirbv—tt tht 
advertisfr it givcrv ni«y (Mil their 
replies to Thd Colonitf, ard Tha 
G>lcnist will communiCAtt auch ra- 

piidt to the tdmVim. 



Sft AUTOMOBILKS 
tOontlnued) 

MOTOR CO..' LTD. 
"CVimniP USED CARS" 
— NO WaaUi FOR BCXtNOMY — 

rnUE VOLLOWINO CARS BERVICBD AND 

I re<:onditioned by our expert meelianici 
»iil Mive you more (or your money than 
any otuar Uaed Car yo)i can buy: 



HAMMOND REALTY 



I 



130 Pambartoo Bldi. Phone B 3723 

OIA COTTAOBB A3f» CA MP SITES 

BRBwrwoop BglW^uJwg, wV 
Btttahan'a Ow&m KMU^t ' 
Tod Inlat P.O. 



X T 
4«Q. 



i^HAWNIOAM LAICB VIIiLAGB — TWO 
Ufht houaakaaRfna yooma. (umlibad: 
aUo lour-TOomad aottSM *tth aanCia. 
Apply Jno. X t>wt»B.- il i»»Bl— a Utka. 

^gBMi»f mMn B M B D OR UNFURNiaHED 
^ modern four-room house, near Mill 
Bar. cloee to nea Apply Box 3003. Coionllt. 



65 



ALTU.MOBILES 



63 A FOI 



SALE 



"A", 



BND BTBCIALfl -r. 
ALL MAKBS ALL MODELS 

'III SAVIN08 OALORE—I I I 

Ki'Xl NASU CABRIOLBT— In per.'uct 
A.%j4^u condition. An Meal car (or u.e 
Bumpier vacations and very economical to 

run. Rcdaced Horn to ^•Xl". 
Clv^x .1 «»-t>.> 

1 1 ULICK .SfcU.X.N Ihij car'^aa iiad 
XjJOX one uAjirr and 1* like new Inaide 
aad out, .Moi and ttrea in escelleut 

condllion "■ ' •^'^ »" <iaj<k"^ 

a 



AUTOMOBILES^ 



iCoDtlnued) 



WWt^ AND LAUNdna- 

(Continued) 



1*35 PLYMOUTB BBOAN— An Ideal family 
car: motor In perfect order; tirea. paint, 
etc., like naar. Phone or call (or a dem- 
•aatruiOD aa aooa aa poaalble and aw>id 
dUappolntment. BeUina 4(77*; 
for mUt V« i*J 

im OLDBICOBIU BPBOUL BBDAN — A 
ear that must ba aacn to be appreclnted; 
In excellent order thiwishout.. 4t'(k'>rt 

Only C**^'*** 

193S BUICK OB LUXE SEDAN— One o( our 
finest uaed car*. Practically a new car 
In appearance Many extras. Including 
aide-mounted tires, trunk ritck. etc. ^11 
Ina f6r about half its original 

priea 

—Many pthera— 

- THOa. PUKLBT. LTD. 
1010 Tate* St O 7K1 

1616 Dourlaa St. B ITU 



$1050 



OUTTA PERCHA TIRES 
On Easy Term* 

AS LOW AJi 



50' 



«• IMur*-ll«.fta« TaM 
Oparstors 



R( daccd Iiom IS25 to ijtA <i.*C 
new low of ■■■..•• ••^P*?*^, 

rtv'} I CHKYBLliK sBDAN — All-steel 
*ht-± body. Oenulna HirdrauUe brakes. 

" RlTduced 



>1C w IVPI K< 

TinrHri 



Motor, paint and tlraa IUm naw. 

from 1734. to dear at a <8Ui7~» 

new low piicr oi •ITv' I •» 

PONTIAC UE LUXE SEDAN- One 
0( Oencral Motors' popular cars, 
needs a utile work done on it. 



MODEL 1929 FORD PART8. IN- 

cludlna Tudor sedan body. S wlieeU. t it'has been redui <-d (rom I54i 
19-ln.) etc. The lollowin* engine ,. lii;ill to a new iow pri' »• or 

Dodae tf-yolt; Star 4. Clievrolel. Cnrys- | oUjeM' <B1LE UE LUXE SEDAN 

J.t/00 With factory trunl. 



DOUOLAS Tim 
173» Qovaramant Straat 



SBRVIOT-^ 
PIWM ■•la 



..••...■•.a 



ler, Plymouth. W. Frank Camv<S 
Part*. 933 View Street. Pbooe BM33 



n Auto 



Ibhed. at 131 month. al'O (urnl.<hi>d 
1 room and kfteheneiie. Apply 1131 Port i . 
atraat. PtUHM O MM. LMOST NEW HILUCAN BBDAM — 

- — Z. ■ — . 2\. Your opporttwltr to »ave over tlOO 

MOirra--a aOOIIS iUlP bat h, | an una popuUr roomy British car 



E HUSO. 



I BH)pal»<aatraaea. 



Pbooe 



AMD 



RIGHT AND OUUIT LAROB 
small room*. 901 Oo afc Street. 

RIOHT HOUSEKBBPINO ROOMS Ol^ 
Manxlea Street. E3173. 

IIRIOIIT PBONT BOOMS. 930 QUADRa] 
J' near CbarrybMik. O 3145. 
UOkB iW— NICB. BRIOHT. COMPoUT- 
/ able ro ym; faa. I0 4t Pando ra. E 7829 

\ lOUBLB OR SUfOLBTkx. OR 

1 ' lux; newly (umlahed; taraoa. Ba4d4. 

441 Vancouver 



( 



U R N I 8 H B O AMD 

liou^eiteeping rooms. 
H< rcet. 

• .■BURNISHED UOU8EKKtJ»INa H(H)Ma. 
I all found K0V81. 1330 Ht»i. ley Avenue 

I^URNISUBD HCUSEKEEPI.NQ ROOMa 
* data. eaMlUS 19 mo up 1038 Hillside 

HK. r6om~ kitchenbtte. also 
• alnala: heat. aa*. 1146 Rockland 

11 OUBEKEKPINO ROOM— OLOBB IN. t8 
I monthly. Bull worklna man. O 0039. 

I AROB FRONT ROOlCPIMVXTB IlbkB. 
li Select neighborhood! partir tsraMMd; 
taa ranaa. Bia73. 

lOHT 'HOOsiBaCBPINO, ROOM. PIU- 
i home; rioee In B 9979. » 

N iJWLY - UEOOHAI EU I.AROE. 8UMMT 
front room. 997 Bal moral Road. 

i^T HKI-EN 3 APT.S. Hl'R COURTNET ST. 
^ Llxht lioiMekeepiTig room-. Ph f» 0038. 

ri^WO BRKJHT RQOM8. KITCHENETTft' 

J. Every coBvaaMneo. Alao alaala, IIU 

Princexa. 
VALE ROOMS. 



Ini rooMis 



HOUBBUOVSIO. SLSEP- 

711 Johnion 8t O 0019. 

I'MW PKRNWOOO Rt> llOU3f3<BEP- 
I ma riKims, h c. water, redecorated. 



.) OR 3 HOUBEKBEPINO ROOIilS. 
•tf San Juan Avenue. Phone O 6999. 



»3 



9IB bMPVENiaBBD 

1,''AmPlklJ> THREE OR POUR-ROOM 
suite, nice bBlcuiiles; near sea 0 8847. 

VICE PRONT ROOM (DOWNSTAIRS., 
partly furnished: li Phone E 4»4». 

TWO UNPORMiaHBD, ROOMS. 1310 FoltT. 
) '1 ona furnUhed, llO^Phona E 1847. 
^- - t\ - UIIFURNUUiBDi aOOMDCKEP- 
^N).»)" ing room; Ilaht. water Included 
ma radios); 91T Mlalilaaa Straat. 



O ONPURNISIIBD 
2 laa 



ROOMS NFM' 

KoapUalt U<ht. water, ph ' 



U fLATS AND ACABXmNTS 



i;NPt'RNIBHEO 
id floor eleitri^ 
rana*. Prtatdalre. hsidwood Ilnors, nicost 
apartment aarMen in Victoria. b**t taction 
Pairtle(d. Aii i.t» only Anpiy ea teta k er . - 
419 Unden rnofi 

WOULD APPRB- 

aaaipact, 

Kockland. 



A ltHACTTVE 4 ROOM 
«^ apartment, sroi 



ARBTIRBD COUPLE WoULl 
claM jtsa odvaalMaa o( • 
bright. bJw adartaMSFM HI 

n SIM, ' ^ 



WAT FOR SOMMBR^-^OMPORTABLR. 
fully Ifurolibad aaltK r aofaa i aS to imX. 
aliiSto vttli. kath. MS UbIm 

IvSt PULLV FURNI8HBD 
atilia, beautifully clean and 
Tha Normandle. E 8394 



Avanu* 

\TTRA( 
double 
eomfortab 



VTTRXmvr TrtREE 
nutied ^iiite, ^lM^^ooIn. vli 



ROOICBP POR- 
>iM. vieisttir fM> 
liament Buildings, 110, 439 Supartar. • 

' V LVTN— UODBKM FURNISHBD BBATBD 



T M(Jl NT EDWARDS. 1003 VANCOU- 
ver Ht.. completely f nnlshed »uit*si 



E ♦!i2J or^O 4121 



A 

monthly or tranalent 

*T ri».r FURNl«BD--TWO AND THREE 
./V room*, good' bada %nd glove*, elnka 
1351 Pandora. Phone owner. g»M a 

"tTRACTIvFs ROOMS, KlrctiENrrTB, 

fiirn -iieri. Fairfield 1039 Puklnxlon 

T 84S DU^EDIM «T - BRIOHT. COSY 



1318 PORT H(H'<'r. 
I? MP per week K 1804 



A 
A 

AT ROSEI.AUV, 
keeping r 

APARTMENT. friPURNlSHED. 3 ROOMS 
and bath 9)8 Bay St Parkvlaw Apts. 

\ T ©"iIyM P IC. II30' MAT - OOSY 
iV two-room furnished auitaa; III. 

\CORW APT8., 94* Prlnress— Clean, eom- 
fnrlable, airy. Moderate rates. OolflO. 

B' ESSBOROnOH API's., 90« MeOLURB-- 
Attrarttve, fully fnrnUhed Milta. 9 
hetfrooms. laraa llvlna-reem, dlnlnt-room. 
kitchenette. eleatrU ranae, Phona Bltat 

or Eint. ' ' 



(RIOHT. CLEAN. TWO-BOOWED SUITE, 
near Pmrj^anient Ri)i!dinaa. untur- 



IT" 

J » ni 

nishrd. iMJto'lfnrnUhed. m: so, lMliM|toc 
lieht. ca« andT phone K«ijr, 

|>Rf)ADWAY roUUr. 413 
i.^ Tbrae-toom suite, unfurnished, newly 
SMawitadi ' SSMrto t>°» *>fr. B MM. 

I'^lXJSE IN APARTMENT. VACANT. VERY 
^ auitable for lady or couple ly»w r-nt. 
APPLT OAMTABSR. 1141 PORT 



^oMrx>Hi. 
' In: furnlahed 



WARM III, muietnru. ri".e 

Savoy Manslona O 1923 



|,^OUR - ROOMBD CNFURNISRED SUITE 

1 for adult*, overlooking orean. with 
priMtte porch ail ne«ly deco-nied. ,\eTy 
rte«iri«hle loemion. near Besioii Hill Park 
an, I I :ir line. Immediate posseulon E S967. 

3-ROOM UNPURNISHED 



RENT 

ae at Mount Baker Court, beaull* 



.» no 

(o;iy decorated Rent 133. Ph(«ne E3111. 

I^'^IVE ROOM SUNNY APARTMENT^Up"- 
«lalr« Refrigerator, elertrtc stove. 
Oil 'vMallc heat. Best part of town B 9149. 

{.BURNISHED S-RO<5MED APARTMENT, 
Ideal location, marine, v. 8n?s 

"CMYB-ROOtt APABTuiorr. U N F vH- 
P nIahM: tarata . nt Undan A?«. B Mitr 

IJ^tJRllIBIltD AMD ONPDinaiHn). 
r »v»r1oolth>9 oeaan. 4M a nd 911 Dallas. 

HARROGATE APTS- OAe"~SAY FOR 
ihoe* wanting the best B9U9 

MANOR MANSIONS UTVELY f"'" 
apartment, electrically e«i»ippad. txai, 
tlfSi 1«aV. Omn, ^ r-r 



55 HOI ^t.S i p KKNT 

|_£IOH OUADRA DtipriX 4 ROOMS. 



kitchen fnmtghed: main floor* polished, 
belanea linoleum; aaraa*. Apply 3799 

Quadra. 



8SA 



ri ■•asHED 



BUMOALOW. a ROOMS AND SiniROOM. 
eleetrU raaMi Osfc Bay. 

O 37Si. 



/ lOMPORTABLE HOUSE. ALL CONVBMI- 

' ' enee^ newly (lerorated. Elk Lake. 

H. C, (i;.!!,'-: I col.iuit/. >!■' 

IjVJUR ROOM COTTAOE. FURNISHBD. 
' 135 Includes hot. cold WatOr, liSht. 
earaae, garden. E 9499. 

I. ^Uia.Y FURNISHED. MODERN BUNOA- 
I low to rent: bcautKul sea view O 17HJ. 



rUU.Y PURNIffHED BUN- 
prlvate beach. Phone Keat, 



low to rent; bcautKul sea view 

MODERN 
galow: 

Ing 9RX . 

VfODERN BUNGALOW — PyLLY FUR- 
•»l nigkad: - - ■• - 

Colonist. 



MUTUAL AUTO SALES 

9^2 Johnson Street 

ALL USED lIREb IN STOCK: 

lowest prtci j Hea « Service Station 

I >UICK BMAI4 SPORTS ROADffTER- A 
r gal ap ai t y . ftno' rmei^na car with 
rumUa aaat; attractlva color ^li.rc 
and daalsn ^ir±u 

kCXrrUAL AUTO SALES 

9:13 John.-ion Street 

BARGAINS— WHIPPET 4 ' COACH. iM. ,,- _ „ ^ , 

Ohvrolat. 1929. licenead, t»0. Enalnes I 'f""" »•«'"<:•<» JKS'.K') 

Star. Wbtppat. Peatlac; ^ c'e»r at our new low price .... Si'tJt"-' 



I: , drauUc 

brakes and- small mileaiie Tne best buy 
In Vi' toru 'oday a' o ir new 
low i rne of 

Iik.Sy) ERSK.1NE SEDAN— Oriainal fln- 
tf^O l*h: OMtor racondlUooed : t.re.s 
Uka paw. A Sarttlaa 90 BiirTTt Red jc.-;! 
from am to ft94ik 
elaor at 9^±0 

Inspect Any Car-or Eyery Car— From Top 
iA H5 >ttTi " n T,>«i«i« put. Ll Xt n 

Hood Look Over lUa Tir«»— TaM 
a Ride— Prove to YouT*atf- 0«r- 
Car* Are Better Than We 
Say. 

DOOUE DE LUXE 8ia>AN— In 
lip-lop coadXtlon. witlt many ex- 
(jood tires: oriaioai paint (InUli and 



COUPE 

CHEVROLET 

TRUCIV 

ESSEX 
SS3AN . 
ERSKINE 
8EDA.N 
FORD 

SEDAN 

PERNWOOD ROAD 

MM Pern wood Road 



S45 

,$130 

OAaAGE 



BSMl 



LO.QKI 
1 !)*i7 '^'^^^^ 



DB LDXB 
model. Includea luaaaaa carrier, 

lei^hcr upholstery, sun roof, clock. Tlaort, 
•chromtam trim, ate. This nr hai a»m 
Ueanca and 

ealr 



REV 

— -MTTataaBt 



for boati. Dodae, 
tire*, and part* for all ear*. 
Broa., 1340 Cralaflower, BHOa. 



Cameron 



UICK 8BDAN — GOOD COMDmON: 
two new tlraa. Ueanaod. MM. tMO 



Bay Street 



SAC- 



BUICK 4 -OOOD OOMDfnON. 
rlflce. 136. G 47M. 

pOR QUICK fALV-STUDaAUR -r^ 
x^ fatfULia_9eod' niMlac otSar. and' 
italf Mrnad.' 



prlvai 

. J^'V>R SALE 



om>. 



1929 CHEVBOtiVr ,W»AM. 
In perfect condition, taoS VfW and 
1938 licence. Phone O 7847. 



1735 



BEACH DRIVE LOWER HALF 
duplex house, (ully furnished. 
Ijyina-room. sunroom. two bedrooms, 
kitchen and bathroom. Lovely garden 
reaehlni to beae^. HcUtarman-Porman. 
View Straat. 

U9 

LUXTOK. • Moma. Sva. aaraa. t tll-M 

COROOTA BAT. I raoiaa HS.M 

lOM DAVIB ST., t roaas* IWiM 

1770 n*. ANN ST.. d-rooaa kluwalov IH.N 
HOaai afl.. • roema. lwt*«alor ■ 
jwaGat IM.oo 

PBMBBRTON * SON. LTD. 

838 Fort SI. ' Phi^ne O 9134 

1919 trr ANN ST . 9 moms, furnace, 

larxxe I3S 

1828 ST ANN 8T , 7 rooms, furnace.. 

. garata . . .130 

119 ROBERTSON ST.. J roema. fur- | 

nare. garasa ...,.*. 329 

19* OLIVE ST.. 6 raoaaa, furnace, i 
caraxe , 331 ' 

1523 HAIILTAIN AVE. 4 rooms, garage. |1T 
HAMPSHIRE RD and BEAVER 
PI), o*k Bay, 7-roomed new 

• ' irro earace. (ornare . . 145 

8 P.ooMS. fiillv f irnixhed. aarage. 
fwr'.iii r 'J'l V nn'l AiigustI 160 

1004 RV'^'IFIJ^ ST. 4-roomed apart- 

nieni. Including water 919 

414- A CRAlOFIiOWER RO . 4-roomed 

upart nient. mrludlng wnler tlS 

POUL BAY. 3- roomed fully fur- 
nished apartment, waterfront ....330 



I/OR SALB— 1937 ESS£X COACH. GOOD 
r ruBBUa order. 939. E3217. 

PARTS POr'aIX 0iUls'AlTO~TRUCK8l 
4 and ••eyUadar Star encine*; 30, 31. 
33. U-lncb need tlraai al*o 33k4 and 33x4 S 
bith pressure tires Pacific Aute Wreck- 
ing Co . I. Id . 9J7 View Street Phone E 7.521 

TtTODEL T" UOHT DKUVERY, RUN- 
■ iU., nine order, vtlli Beaaea. IIS. Mil 
Goeworthf Road. 

PRIVA'nO.Y OWNED ^37 MORRIS R 
coach 413,000 mile*) for immediate 
CMth aalo aaj>wnex leaTlns town. Financ 
lac map ba irranted. Bos Mil. ColonUt. 



$895 



MOTORS 

PII0W4 




Kl'fl* tiTUDBBAKER BEUAN— Tni* car 
Xt7t>U ba* bad ona owner, aod you will 
have to coma m and look it over to ap- 
ureclata tba loveiy condition laalda and 
out. Reduced from tu»» to our 

new low price, to clear at, .Vt/«*U [ 

SEpAM-rWlth (ac- 

The 

our . , 

4 (!•»'- OLUoMUBILU iHUMBLt ^EA1 
ltl»l») CUUPK- In WSPdartUl condu.on 



TO BBU. QtnOKLY 
19* *S OOACB 

JONBB BROS.' BBKtrW STATtOlf. 

IWite Oaf dbalara. 
Oer: Talaa aad Qmadra I Plioaa SdMl 



;>»)U tory trunk antf many extras. | ] J)^;) .^W 
he best buy in Victoria today a^ tifcTi;"; . 
ir new lo» *ti£e. to clear at. ...•!?< ' , * 
ll't- OLUoMuBILU iHUMBLt SEA1 > JONBB BB 



FORD COUPE -OOOD 
good tires. 



MOTOR 

$1 S.") 



A scnu.ne Ucgg bargain 
low piue 10 dear IS 

Ii^Hi llUDaoN SEDAN— Re- 
t/M<* duced to clear at 



Gar. 



BROS' SERVICE STATION. ■ 
UMITEI) 

Martlc^ar Daalera — 
tatea aod Qaadr* PlmM BMIl 



PORD 

Rart. 



-l (k*>U NASH SEDAN Reduced W'«|»>r. ! 
±t7^0 from 1279 to dear at. . . . -fP**— »» 
1<mi CHRYSLER DB LU3US Ue : \s ] ). ! I 

ItleiU Reduced- to a aa« low w''7~. 

pr.ce to cle.,r at tii, " \ 1 < )' K ) 

in.)— PONTIAC; DB una SEDAN I i.».»W,,,,PK 

l^fm^^ Reduced to '^"i I 1 < t'>< 1 uIJjS.moBI 

kcU/at .v..-**!^^— COUPE 

SINGER SEDAN— Reduced 



V-9 OOUPR— I 

and tiaater ' 



1.E SPURT 



525 

St*'**"* 



) 1044 to clear 



pONTIAO TUDOR. tPI7. BABQAni. IM. 

l Phone 0 7003. 

UICK SALE — PAIOE CABRIOLET, 
Eood ruiinlnc order No reasot.able 
offer refused Ci 1381 



offe 



^MALI. Ftjt ITY FOR SALE IN 191i 

HP I nslivh Aixtm saloon >1- 
nanrert .mil .iis;,r..1. pri',ately owned. 

O .^045, or i; >x 'i'Jd2. Colonni 

2NAP-1929 Et>HtX. TWO-DOOR SEDAN. 



UURANT SEDAN One 

of our boat buy* at only 
JEWETT COACH— With 

rJ38 licence for only 



Itiu Pri^ . . _. _ , . 

1<»'>T OLDSMOBILE OOHPE — A real 
tf^i buy I'll .-omeoni; who *^|*'*» 



Burton * wiluams motors. 

UMFTED 

1001 Blanshard St • Phgne E94I5 

1936 I,a PAYCrTTE SEDAN. Radio tOfCt)*^ 
e'liiipped; beautiful condition. . •^•^."•l 



GRAHAM SEDAN-Worth niuch^ I»I3 PLYMOUTH fXSUR-DOOR 



niois than .we are ask- ttl 

Priced to sell at WX«/»* 

real 



w rr- >u(imy buy* 



wants rhi'sp trimMiortiiiion 
1 SEDAN— One of 

1(k»>^ FORD TUDOR S8DAN— To jall 
I quickly at a low 



) 

our 

$195 



$175 



SEDAN 

lan FORD 

ROADSTER 

1930 PONTIAC ."^EDAN 

Beauiilo. ronili!:..n 

CECIL EVE MOrORB. LTD. 

Pontlae O.M.C. Trucks 

Quadra and Tataa .. 0«71l 



*;rj5 



WANTBD TO BUY— 29 TO 3i 1XX)T 
boat bull for cash. Box 2918. Col- 
on isL 

»HAT OFFERS? INTERNATIONAL 



^l"^ BUYS 



OA! 

-itoc 



OOOD USED 

' 125. 13-foot V-bottom. t86, 30-foot 
launch. 4-h.p. .Debre anclne. 1300. IP-loot 
new sloop. Sea tRem. today. BBtarprlaa 
Wharf 



19-PT. CRUISBR. ICRJB 
modal. 1900. M-foot" Waat Ooaat 
tuUer 11.400, almoat B4% M-faot crulbar. 
w^ii equipped. BBtarprlaa WBarf. 



$850 mod 



FOOT flTO^AMUNED 
new laat year. Conti- 
nental ' four." cnmpletelr aaulpped. 1303. 
Box 2798, Colonist. Phone E 4791 or O 3213. 



,)-■ - POOT XI- 

— cabin cruiser. 



CARVEL-BVILT HULU 
loard or outboan 
140 cash. Apply 1114 OarUn Street 



R« FT C-IN. 
' tixti^ot iBboard or outboard motor, 



»>7-FT. LAUNCH IN FIRST -CLASS OON- 
— i dltlon; rigged for trolling Ideal 
pleasure boat. Apply 1369 Pembroke 

•»'»-h'OOT CABIN LAUNCH. STAR MO- 

t>0 tor; priced tor vuick ^e. Brent- 
trood Marine Sonriea, Brentwood Bay. 



LAKB WATawaOMTAOB 

HERE IS A ^OBU'CIPULLY TREED 
piupetty uf f aa tP B in* acres, with 
about two acres tMai B S Hid planted last 
year with amall fruit and fruit tree*, 
aeveral more acre* *la«had. the moaw of 
the balance being covered with magnifi- 
cent Douxla* firs, cedars and maple*. 
There 1* a site from which one get* a 
thanalBi ilaw ot>tfea Uka. with aaa and 
lalanda and Mount Baker In the back- 
ferouad. Water from a spring Is already 
piped to thi* site Absolutely secluded and 
•^eltered (rom winds, tht* property Is only 
lilne mile* (rom the city, and would make 
a wonder(ul country homeslte. There 1* a 
small gardener'* sQttag* r.ow on the 
property. There la over «oo feet on ih* 
lake. Only ona otbar property ha* actual 
frontaca «• , tlUl^ Ufca. 

PRICK a f* • a. a^ J AifVi * 

THB aOTAX. TROVTjOOaCPANT 
Real EsUU papt. 

1203 Government St. IH»mi I41M. BTllO 



,.$3500 



IIODiU rOE SALS 

(Oaatiavadi 

ern flve-rooni bungalow, lit hish 
iocntion among oak treea. law<is and ro.:k« 
•riaa. Ntoe eniraao* hall. Iara» Hvtna- r eeaa 
with fireplace, spacious dininit-rooni. two 
airy bcdr(x>m* with good clothes closet*, 
well-arranged kitchen, attractive bathroom. 
Hardwood floors in main rooou aad antranoa 
hall; very prettir «leetrla ftxtuta*; cetnenl 
basement, maid* room, children's play- 
room, wash tubs, furnace, sawdust burner, 
garage. Splendid condition liuide and out. 
A bouea Juat a Uttl*. Sttfortat fi«M tiM 
averaaa. 




FOOT IMBOARO BBDAM CABIN 
/ ' runabout: la flrat^taM akapa. 

Phone B 3913. 



16/. 



•* t>-FT. KAYAK. COMPLKTB: 

Ai'P'y -"J27 Wa^rana Bt. 

75 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 



BEAUTY — COMPORT — ECONOMY 

JET U8 SHOW YOU A REALLY UE- 
J llgbtful home — AB attractive five- 
room modern bungalow, atandtng 'in lutcly 
ground.s Shrubs, fruit traa*. lawna flower 
uedv beautly everywhere. Oa 

easy termv at 

RALPH H. WILSON 

30a Pembarton Bldx. Phona BI91I 



$1950 



VT'AT COrrAOB, VODB MOMB. ^WITH 
three aad a baU aaraa undar aUttva- 
■oaS. Vrlao ILlia ball 



t IU% 

ca.sh 



near AlbOft 
E 4931, 



A TTRAOnVE 



CAFE. 11,140. 
1.000. I 

BiKaa, 



FORTY 



■t^ Paying KoaOD, 93.000. Profltaklana- 

1. 1130 oittfa- 



*hop Biiilaau. IMO. 
meat. Mon rtaf ..-.-^ _ _ 

4~iMALL BAKERY FOR BALE. APPLY 

..V Box 2853. rolonV«t 

IJEST CONFECTlONEliY STORK I|i 

X> town, good profit*, tl<dM aaab.' far 
a pptota»aat. jlw B «Mt. 

10RD0TA lAT— 15.000 WILL BUT A 
fulw ' auM -mtna. Uttle Arctic, 
«halea Summer retort, with a houses, store, 
tas' room and dance pavilion; all nevly 
remodeled; on 3 waterfront lot*. Apply 
C. C. Smith, owner. 

r'lAFE AND RC)bM9 POR SALE -OUICK 
turnover: lot 60 x 230 (eet. (ood build- 
tngg and two-room cabin: (urnishlngs in- 
ciudad. 'Xe fo for IXMO. ^ Boa tt Cowlchan 



r^ONYERS-WILDERa CO- Ml BROUOH' 
V-> ton Street, the only Srm la VIetorli 
5peclalirlng In the sale of buataaaaaa. 



eeNPpe^sMm 

■ aad lo cail oa. «ar thaatra. Boa 
MM. OBIaalat. ' 



p RAm AMD BOO BUISiraBB POR BALE 

'y In VaBcetivar. Approximately 99,000. 

Only those who are genuinely Interested 
are Invited to ante, when further details 
win be entered Into. Owner leaving for 
good reasons Profit* apprmlmataly 3100 
weekly. Turnover amount* bctweetf 91,400 
and 13.000 weekly. Addr^ea Boa 3941, 
Victoria OolonUt. 



1033 FORT STREET 



^TORB AND LI VINO QUARTERSj VERY 



aullSMS. (or I.Hirdre.sser 
RENT 130 

PEMBEItTOM * BON 
929 Port St. 



LTD 
Phone a 9134 

HOUSB— SIX UUM 

Baaatttal koaalk saod 
Income can bo mado. Kko lEMS, tarata. 

Phone B4939. - _ ■ 

P^isLAJrD HOTEL WITH BBBI U- 
rence, fully furnished: going concern. 
Oulf-]sl*nd hotel with bear licence, fully 
furnished, going concern, . Abeolutcly no 
phona Infonaatlen. Oonyara-Wllder* Co., 
«2i Broirghton Straat . 

TANTED— SMALL CAPS OR OOHPBC- 
lonerr efore euitable for couple. Muit 
be reasonable^ Box 3034, Colonist . 



SJBASIDE QUI 

► y from Vietmrta. 



FT' 



^ITAN 
» V tie 



76 BXCBANf 



N EW 4-ROOM STUCCO BUNGALOW. IN 
Saanlch. for a housp with some land, 



Ford -A- 



ERGINBB ItBBQRBO 

or "B" ear or 



M. B. REATM 



Ml Valaa Btraal 



.PiMna B 4041 



room*, hardwood 



330 00 
133.50 
.'t3I.OO 
140.00 



1491 PORT, 

floors 

YM.r ST . 5 rnoDn, partly fur- 
IlUlird 

RT. ANN ST , 8-room bungalow 

furnace 

GOODWIN BT ■ 7 rooms, hot 
water (tITnacp . .... 
HAMPSHIRE RD, 7 rooms, new. 
Imrdwood floors, xariige, fui- 

n«. e '144 00 

A.MBASfliADOR Arr» . .'> room>._ 
Pritidaira, laraga, janitor aarva..^ 
Ma ^ IM Oo 

TEARWOob. VTBWART CLARIC * CO 

•40 Fort street O 1913 

848 m NKi'iN ST — d rooma 133 5n 

IWO wiLMor PLACE— 4 rooma |35 on 

ItM OLD E8QUIMALT ItO.— 1 rooms. 

hot water heat 135 oo 

P H BROWN tt 90N8, LTD 
1112 B:<>».1 Street Phone (I7ni 

l l,'\i IIVK 10 ROOM H(,>USE. tlA- 
r.**ie, furnace. f'lne eonilltlrn. im- 
iii.~ilme i'0,ire.vHon 135. 1712 Denniiin. 

14^OUU-h60H BUNUALOW, BASEMENT. 
' furnace, rent 130. Flve'rooia*. 117. .5'> 
8. x-room . bungalow, 130 Fiva-room cot- 
tage, Jame* Bay, 130. six-room brick bun- 
galow, large grounds. North Quadra. 130 
Poiy-room apartment, 175. One vacancy. 
Ma> 14,. Unden Apartments, 137 50. Sev- 
eral (urnlehed houaes and (lata. Oeoraa' 
Kundail, O^l. 

I.IOR RBNT — SBVBN-RtK)MEU HOUSE 



North Park Street. 

npRAILBR IN OOOD CONDITION. NtW 
1 tires P 8. Polion, P,ilo Alio A\enwe. 
Moir.r f'hone Albion i.M 

HT SEDAN. 373. TERMS 



l.r.i-e of . • ■ ^ Chevrolet. «11 slze» 

Xii'tr' WILLyS^3UUCUn' be- ttl f-lymouth « or Lhrysl 

Lt'«. I DAN— To clekrTor only. 'T* • •» f^n, guaranteed — 



DEAL OIRBCT-NO RED TAFE— EVERY 

' TRANSACTION CONFIDENTIAL 
COURTEOUS TREATMENT — UBERAL 
TERMS AND TRADES 



CHET OUWMAN'S 
'34 Johnaon Straat 



. .937.40 
. 129.94 

ler > 139 00 

Terms Arranged 
iVICE OARAGE 
Pbon* C 141 1 



19:^0 



3's-TON FEDERAL LOGGING 



It'lU.Y.S-KNai 
V O 7J10 



UBRES A CAR SPBOIAb 
YOU MUSTN'T IMSB 

i^TUDEBAKER PRESIDENT. 1932. 
»^ SEVEN PASSENGER IDEAL 
POR TAXI WORK COOT 
tXMO NEW 



COACH 



A 



In Pairflaid dUtrtot 

frnll tr 
O 2580. 



Nlca garden and 
Apply in BfniRMT Xvenue. 



f.'^oR RBNT — SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW, 
I No. 437 congtanaa Avantia. BStuiipatti 
facini sea Rent IH. Poaaaaaion May. 10. 

Phone E 1281 



MODERN UNFURNISHED COT- 
at waterfront; (INplacak VM 
garage, larden. O 9719 



I.^IVE-ROOM, MODERN Ci 1 ITAGB. 3fBAR 
»rhr»>l and ^us, Csrey Rosd Arplv J. 
n«v. Oakley." 

1/ULI.Y 
I'- tage. 

porch 

FOI R RtXiMED, MODERN HOUSE. Ilj 
Apply 479 hupplln. end Cloverdale car. 

MODERN, SIX-ROOM HOUSE. FURNACE, 
cement basement, laundry tubs. gas. 
vsi.iiie unniediate possession; near Central 
P.tik. i?<s or «lil sell at reagonaola priee 
I'hoiie (1 4084. morning*. 

\|ni)KRN SIX-ROOM HOUSB. FURNACE. 

•'I rement basemeft, Immlrv ! ih«. 

• arsge. Immediate possession near ( en'rnl 

PsiK. in 50. or will sell at reasonable prlra. 

Phone O 4094 . ' 



M< 1 1^ER N FIVB • IIOdM BUNGALOW. 
■ rx\ dHTict: aaratt. namedltlo Poa- 

-es. , ,1 r 0447. 

/-|AK BAY «TUOCO BUNGALOW. 9 
' ' rooms with 3 be dr eoma. tile bathroom, 
electric range, klUhen UnoTeum. rement 
basement, OtI-O-tlatle furnace, garage, 
hire inraMon. . PpgaagalaB May 19. |4«. 
KsM. Realty. 311 Sayward BIda. Phono 

E 8833 ' I 

OIX ROOMED HousB~p6iriuBrrT"M74 

•■^ Graham Street. 

rpo LET- FIVE-ROOM COTTAOB; AP- 
I Ply 1399 Denman Street 

<)-ROOM MODERN BUNGALOWr CLOSE 
• > in reasonable rent. Empire Realty 
Co . Ltd , 1009 Broad SI. 

1 DALLAS aOAO-^-SSVBirROOMB; 

^.^^ badroOB^ dewnatairs, two up. 



$725 
$895 

XtfOO BBDAN ^ ^K>*-> 

$7flO 

$J)45 

$750 
$125 

LTD. 
0 9177 



H !• WHIPPET 
I . ' — ~ -T-UAN 
I (»• »V ' HEVPOLET 
1 ( OACH .... 

fORD 
1 •'•» LXOACII .... 



..,$185 



h.p. Waukesbaw motor. IIO h.p. COntiiien- 
tal 125 h p WiS' uasiH. All complete with 
4-jpeed trnnsni •■•.,nr\ 5-ion latarnatlonaJ 

rearejid > .i f.' \, o Part*. 



( llUV£iLeK COACH. OOOD 
) nulling order, 99P down. 347 

Cook Street 



1 ()•»•> KOKI) 

Itl'tmt Rf)AI>SlER 

CHRYRI rR 

TfllRINO , 



IDaO^'cSSPp^V 

HW7 FORD V-9 
X?^»»l rORDOR , 

1 <l*lll FORD V-9 

1 >y*>«f TUDort 

1 U***> *T>'«I> V 9 

J •'•►4* coi!Pr, . 

1 (I'M? FORu x-.f- 
I ,y.».> TunoR 

1 (t>l.) CHEVRO 
I •'•>— SEDAN 

N.ATIONAI. MOTOR CO. 
•rP YATES SIPEPl 

— OPEN EVENINt^S 



192!> 

1 MAXWELL 
I — «» TtJl'RlNO 

1!42!) 

1!)28 
1926 



PLYMOUTH 

SEDAN ; . . 
PONTIAC 

r-osrn 
( Uf \ not.rr 

SrllAN . 
BUICB 

COUPE 



eoaaaaasa 



ep*«*k«a« 



OLDSMOBILE 
bfUlff under 



$»{9i>'l<r!1 OB LUXE COUPE— EX CEI. LENT 
-"iC-'«»— '•'••l condition. IV.tj Apply 3417 

•SS.'j l!)21j 

$95 
,, $J>5 
.$95 



i 11 



vultable for irnrdehlng and 
pouli ry Price 

/•-ROOM BlJNaAI/^w. la ana co'iimon. 

good dLttrirt, to trada for lo 
Mluatlon, or smaller 

hooaa. „ 

CROSS * CO. 
Belmont House, Oppoalte P O. E 0933 

SIX -ROOM ST COCO BUNGALOW. 
Beaab Orlrak Oak Bay. Mot watar 
heat. Trada far boaaa la alty. Pboaa 

G 7341. , 

JUBnANTIAL PAiOLT HOME — XX- 

chailge for smaller: secluded garden. 
Box 2927, Colonlgt. 

Superior EooN^idiOAL pamilt oa£ 

1^ for revenue-boartnc property: ea- 
ch ange O 6088 



$1800 



AK BAY - NEAR PARK AND 8EA. 
Lovely stucco home. con*l*tlng of 
(ive rooms down and two finished up- 
stairs. Modern In every way. with base- 

gTr'iie'":"'^' '"V $:^ooo 

lAAIRPIELD -good PAMILY HOME OF 
A? gavan telfht rooms in splendid con- 
dltlOB. . Cement basement with (urimce 
Saraae. situated on nice 

Only 

I.EK * KRA8ER CO . LTD. 
1332 Bio;.c1 .S r. et E 4783 

/ \AK BAY- 3EAVIEW. SFUCCO BUNOA- 
" ' low. attractive. Selling ljs*>^(K) 

/ 1 0RGE-ALM08T NEW STUCK) Bl N- 

vT gai nw with attached aaraae. 

Eo.sy terms frlca 

OFF QUADiu •ranr--MiAt. 
stucco bungalow, taut rooms 4(>>7tnn 
and dinette. PrIe a ■ir*.»n»\y 

C. M. OUVXR * COMPANY, LTD 

B4I17 



19 WANTED TO BUY— HOUSES 

T7K)UR OR FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW. 
M} outride city. Will pay up to 11. 800 
caah fur suitable house. Wanird immedi- 
ately. Greenwoixl. 1/39 Bioiul Sirer' 

HAVE A NUMBER OF THOROUOHLy. 
rellabla clienta who wi«h to buy 
homes around tl.lOO to tl.tOO, preferably 
Crotge, Burnslde 6r North Quadra Owners, 
please seiul m listings. Elsie B. Ituharda. 
005 Courtney Street, opputiis posiufflcet 
E 7732. ,^ . 

MB AND ME OLD WQMAN WILL IN* 
vest in tlve or gUf email bungalowa 
aod pay caah. Send us partlculara, so aa 
I Cfn find places. Bos 2988. Colonist. 

WANTED TO BUY— 4 6h' 4-ROOMra 
bou** In Saanlch or.Oorge disti'ict. 
Cloaa m. Not otora Hian ii.too. t30S.- 
down. balance aa rant. Boa U^- Oolohlsu 

WANTBD TO BUY— •'"or 7.ROOli 
house with aarage. within city Umltib 
or iQ EaquliaaltK No ataatt^ . Boa MMt 

Colonist. 



ANTED TO LEA8B OR BUY OW 



tent Hi terms, small house. 

ino Iri 11 Ct 4349. 



Meed not 



80 



PROPEBTX rOS SALB 



$2500 



N 



733 Port St. 
T>LRA8ANT FIVE-ROOM BOMOALOW ON 



SAANICH-NEW POUR-ROOK. STUCCO 
bungalow In good locality. Central 
hall, two bedrooms, alttlna-room with 
fireplace, garage In basement- Vary ault- 
ablr for two ladles, 12,400 SMBB oaak Say- 
nii'iii. b:iUnre easy term*. ParttOalara. 
write Box 3053. Colonlat. 



«JIMALL HOUSB MOOimD ON AOTOMO- 
Mia whaaia. Oaa bo BNfvad anywhere. 
971. Mutu al Aato ^BaUa. 

VITBLL^BUILT, COMPORTAWLB FXVE- 
v¥ room bungalow, between Oorge and 
Burnslde. city; open fireplace, two bad* 
room*., eament basement, fumaca, i 

porches; tl.900 Box 3393, Colonial. 



OOROB DISTRICT 



$750 



To close aa 

Only 

4-ROOMED BUNGALOW In excellent con 
dltlon. This I* a real barialn. Why' 
pay rent? 



((Wma) 



nWT QPP OAK BAY AVBMUB 
To Cloaa an AaUto 

A^ a Hesvy SsTlflce 
ELL,-PLANNED aeven-roomed realdence 

$2000 



^ Cloaa aa Xtlata 



$2H)0 



WELL WORTH 13.350. 
Only 

THIS WELL.OONVrRUOrBD new four- 
room stucco bungalow, consisting of 
llvlng-room with r>pen tire, two bedroom^ 
and kitchen,' three-piece bathroom, fuU- 
sixe cemented baaamant; Jarge lot; low 
taxe. hirh aiae aWaa. ^ ^ Ha i dotalla at 
office only. 

OPP OAK BAY AVINUE 
Xaduead Preaa |S.1N ta turn 
Oaalrafclo RaaldeaUal DUtrtat 

>TOW IS YOUR CHAMOB far a real bar- 
D aatli Built tan year*: Immediate 
posaesalon Why pay rent, and nothing to 
I .show for ItT Reri.pt Ion room, dining-room, 
kitchen, three bedroom*, large oaen lire- 
place; fuU camentad baaement, furnace. 
Exclualva acaata. . Tenaf to •rmnpo. 



A SBCLUOED HOMKSlll:.. KiJvrH 
mUe^from city. Waterirunt. wonder- 
ful view; two and a quarter acres. Cot* 
tage, water, garden. Box 3040. Coluiilxl. 

Mth- PROSPBCT LAKE ^-ROOMED 
baBpalow with modern convenience*, 
large verandas. Rouse built on high ele- 
vation, commanding lovely \iew Bearing 

orchard, all choice varietlcr^ Plentv ol 

natural tlmbeg anA b aa ulHal -abada trrea. 
A really charming place. Pull parltruldra 
from |t;e u :ent'. Roh-rt Oriibb tt CO.. 311 
Say\>aril Bulliluit, V;it"::ii 



-TWO LOrS'lN OOOD LOCAa 

. irtia - 

APPI# 



rpo CLOSE AN 



bra alearad and l evel wlQi na rock. 
Bog IBM* ^Oaluiilat. 

ESTATE — TWO-STOrI 
solid brick building i SO (eet b> 70 le«i i. 
In central situation; fine. high, cemented 
basement: large aad- amall etore botb 
rented: two hall*, one 49 feet by 51' feet, 
and one. 24 feet by 45 feet, with kitchen 
and toilets sro.ss Te\enue 11.330. msec 
1800. Pri.e 17.000. dl'rount lor rash Alfred 
Cariiiulmel ^ Co. Lul . 1218 Bioad SIreit. 

rpHHXE OOOD BUILDING LOTS IN OAK 
i Bay. Priced to eell f360 each and 
3390 for the corner aouth M tha avenua> 
0 734I. 

rpHREE~LOTS~TWO COTTAGES. 1500 

I rash. Cor lnvs ll„v n.,x r^R^: Colnnl I. 

\'IEW ROYAL— TWO GOOD LOTS, HIGH 

> locattaa: raaaonabla. Pboao G 3MT. 



aoA 



BDMNBSS PROPERTY 



(\AK BAY— CLEARED BUILDING LOT. 
' ' Plftystwo-foot (roataga aa Improved 

^MANfoT 



$3100 



—ON TERMS BUirs A BRAHIV 



low. altuated In high part of Oorge dla- 

tricl. Consl.sts of l>iii:e I . i,^ i uooi with 
open firtplao*. dlninx-ruoiii. two. bed- 

im BBS Bipsr- 
em kitchen Fufl. cement basement dnS 

furngre garage. This is a beautifully' 
built home and contains all the lateal 
modern features. Ex<-liislve agents 
fflSJr/t-FULL PRICE OF A NEAT IJT" 
V*^*'' lie three -roomed homa with tw»i 
piece bathroom. Very low 8n»nich taiaib 
SAANICH REALTY COMPANY 
34M Quadra SUaat Phona BMSt 



77 



I,ISTIN(;S ( ANt KlJ.KI) 



I>EAL ESTATE AGENTS TAKE NOTE— 
V That niv prin>erty on 1638. Amphldn 
Street Is not now for gale. T. O 



.SIX-CYl.IM)Ht 
serlnn 1 1 ,■ 

II I ' I r 1 J li e y. If,: 



7S 



ROUSES rOR SALB 



1I>2 



YE4RS 

Kiid I -eri Cats I< Your 
All Our Late 



Kellinn Qu.il.i 
Cmirantee of Sattflarlum 

X'sed Cars Are Reconditioned 
and C''r;;fi»4 — 



NA.SII SEDAN- PAI.N'T. TIRES 

s!i,l ijphols'riy In .plendid ron- 
1 en ,ed 1 145 E 05i8 

iHEVIKJLrr COUPE — EXCEL- 

t roi.i'i' on. brake*, tlraa. 

(iArden "4068 

H»*»< HID . MAN ,SEI)AN, DRIVEN LP.SS 
l.r.li^ ,.,„:, 1 nOd m.les. Must sell Box 



1!>28 

battel V 



LTlj' 



BtOO MOTOR CO., LTD. 
837- Yaies St 999 .Yale* 8t 



1 1):{2 



(IIK'.ROLET COUPE, EXCEL- 
lent condltloB. Iicanaad. •41M 

Pembroke Street. ' , 



CLEAN ."SWEEP SALE 

ROO.M AND THE 

NEW SHiPidprrs 

REULCED PHRU3 ON EVERY CAR 



V\'E NH-I) 
»» MOM N 



■1 !n: 

I ' lii 



LOOK A New l!t38 
Regular 11,729. You 
1310. . Reduced to . . 



Hiipmobile Sedan. 

$1499 



Vlymoitth 
chrysler 



O IIU 



DODGE 
DB SOTO 



Open TM I P.l^ 



SAVE 1190 on Tlii* Onf I93:> H i; i 
•9" ae Luxe Sedan. A Bes-i. ^j<(Uk* 
tlful car Was 11.185 ' 

179 Saving nn Thlg'l93A v.. 
A da Luxe mpdel costing 
11.041. Bfeducad to 



.';< Ian — 

$J)74 



EMPRBSS SALES 
TRY EMfRESS SALES FOR A USED CAR 
HERE ARE A FEW 

1934 DE SOTO AIRFLOW SEDAN- Some- 
ihiiu rent nlce^ Run 14,4^ mile*. 
Co'.L 12 190. !ftU^kil 
.■3ee this rtf , -•■ •Irt7» »s r 

1936 I'ERRAPLAtlE SEDAN ^-EJactrlr aenr 
chanCvt ^ar Ilka new. pow 
Phona for demanatration j^'I'iO 

I'l ' ;i WW KR SEDAN— d«iod uphoMriv. 

*75 

l939-i.> LA.;iAIXK .'IKI'SN Mis the 

V-8 type mo'^r '.Ve iM-e rerentlv 
added one of S ,,i'li ■> fnrnoos gas 
- aaieri to tl, . ir \«l,irh h.i , h.- 



19:11 

E « i>Vfl 

1927 



PORD SPORT COUPE — OOpO 
'ondition 1513 Bank Street. 



FORD LIGHT DEUVERY FOR 
Uaaaadlata aair. Apply 9M Cook« 



«t» JVA.HTCD — 

EST cXra'pRICB FOR YOUR~CAirAT 
Empre%s Salea fSO Tares O 2812 



t S.MALL BVfATB TO GO CHEAP FOR 
^\ r:i^li Six acres with fruit trees. f;ve 
inin iie^ from town Clear title No agent*. 
Desirable bungalow, six room* wilb deep- 
ing porch. PurnltitfO. garden loola, Cqis-. 
cbickeng. everything aa It ataoda. ' Ootiuf 
abroad. To ba alven away (or tblrty-(i*a 
hundred caah. Bos 3943. Colontgt. 



ATTRACTIVE CITY BUNGALOW. FIVE 
rooma, bath, concrete basement, fur- 
nace, laundry t ih^ Near cars and bus 

;.ne Ti»e» >!s'v foot'lol. Good value 

s' tl -.rto clear title, terms T P. Mc- 

Coniic'l 

ANCrW OAK BAY HOME, 4 HrjOMSe 
hardwood floors, basement, furnace, 
laundrv tubs, large llvlng-room with In- 
direct lighting. PbaBoO1730. 

TTRAl-riVB BUNOAIXJW. BTANIIINO 
In charming W'-n-kept half-s^ re. gar- 
den; "tVfrt'e^it basrinert. fnrnsre l/>w 
taxea. Prire, |S,pOo Phone E 1950 



jAioM BAY tnaux. 



l.^IVE-ROOM aOMOAUIW, 



$1000 



I- only < 

Barly Paigtaalaa H.IM Terva 
OatatU at Offleo Only 

R. O. OALST * CO.. ITD. 
934 View StrafT Oppoalta Spenear** 



•1 



PROPBBTT WANTD 



/ tASH FOR OOOD BUIU>ING LOT TN 
* -' Oaf Bay or Saanlch. Bos 3979, Colonlat. 

ii roULO ~AFPRBCiATB LIBTINaS ~ OP 
V V houaaa, aad lota tor building atte*. 
Bl*l* B. Richard* 009 Qawrtaey Bt. B Tftt, 

n ACBBAOB roB sXlb 



1 



A 



A 



$i:{50 



$'U»0 



BAROAIN FOR CASH 

3 h^<>■■ 4»|g Rirk 



HW. HEAT, 



'ASH PriH 

C.i rr.er o-i 



Vfi''H (Mt priR WRECKING. MFRFS AN ATTRAcrrlTE PIU >Pf 1 r ION 

B' ■ '.M'l ( r»,itri'.-jier E 8598, 



PRICES PAID POR 

Jane* Broa. Saivice 
corner Yates and Quadra 



en a 
di Lusa Sedan. 
Reduced to 



Beautiful Stn ' 
Wa. l<tS. st-jj- 



MO Saved nn a 1939 Wlllya Sedan. Up lo 
thirty-tlva mllaa pay gallon. ^IqC^^ 



waa tan. Radaaod to 



Hard PI 



134 In .YaiULjOCMt. INI 
de.llver.r WM MM. mrrmx t 

Reduced to ..V^mVht 

Baay Tarm*. . Low Intaratt Rates 

MASTERS MOTOR CO . I TD 
Hupp and Willy* Cert 
909 Yat«* Pbone O 3941 



JAMESON MOTORS fT>R-BE8T--TAUTBa 

IN USED CARS 

We K^ep Our Cars Properly Housed 
All Cara Listed Have 1939 Lleencca 
SPBCtAL PRICES POR SPRING 

CLEARANCE 

MONTHLY -BUDCiCT PJtYUCM7S 
CAN BE ARRANr.BD 

1937 Studebakrr Dictator ' 8 ' CniKii.;; Be 
dan. like new. R#dtieed ^] (^)* 

1938 Hudson -^'9^ D- Line .^e^s,, fr,t. 
clasX, with ele.-tr,- 'n- : ' . "ip 
gesr change. [> : irerl 



rrefl'r,' ■ 1- " tn'.Ie , -e illj'i^lt 
,,T r • I. ■ il P- Ire 

lU.M PACKAHlJ KTRAI'.lir 8 
old from new <Vr.-ie 
12 000 mlle-i Price 



Clli 



HIGHER CASH 
'good aaad eara. 
.Station. Ltd.. 
Fhoaa B4MI. 

san^R ^r v3 ' - 

n boats and launcbbs 



lUICK ENOINE.dBUITABLa POR BOAT. 
Cbaap (or caah. .B4907. 



HOAT LUMBER Bast Quality Spruce 
oar*. 91.90 pr Oalsiel Boa Coi O I4ii3 



FAIPRPSS SALF.S 
Hlllman and Number Dealers 
990 Yate* St. Phone O 3198 

Terms — ■ Trades 



7-1 { / 1ABIN (^nnnsm— M rtan x lo « 

' " ^ 7-h.p heavy dat> mariaa aBalna,il3M. 

I Phone O S593. — ' 

S^lin.j] I,-" M'H-rYLlNDER DODOB"~iir 6^ OR. 

I I th , roughly overhauled. 100^ r*ver*e 
115. Al'^ Evinrude, in aoad eondl- 

(20 E9718 



t:on. 



BABY 



to 



57 WANTED TO RENT—HOUBtS 



57 4 FI'BMSRkp 

ANTED - PmiY-MbofRN~>Uir. 



1937 POXd V-t Model tnf 1>« I,uie Serlan. 

Uke new, taahidtaa aMbair uph-.:.'erv 
and Bvmarotta oitraa. 1 ~; 

Radarad to -xf'^^') 

ton Pontlae "9" Da Lose Sedan, m rrst- 

clasa condition. Ullh side •1(1*^ ' 
eniipment Reduced to . .,^'4ri«''' 
1939 Essex Coach, in real good gPI f\r' 

cniidi'ion Reduced to .fl*l«r,| 

I|I4 Siijdehaker Dlcla'or C-ulslng Sedan. 
- In first. rlasa condltim Autimat.c 

•lartin* and free wheeling. A very' 

comfortable and aeonoau«a| 

ear. Radacad to 

IMP Cbyrrtw.^r' SHan. la 

IfM 

«•».' 



FOUR-STAR USED CARS - WI TH A 
WRITTEN OU^ANTEE 

1938 NASH AMBA.SSA;)0R I» 1 1 ~"; 
SEIiAN ^ I I I • I 

1937 (.H(;VKOLET MASTER DE litwll",. 

LUXE COUPS 

ilia TERRAPbANE , WVil". 

SEDAN . 

1935 CHEVROLFT MASTER DE »-7fHtfi-itm4f>A 
LUXE REDAN ^ 0%^r 

INS. FORD DE LUXE SBDAN^ «7»)"; 
Air wheels ; .Vt ft 

1939 FORD V-8 
TTDOR 

1936 PORD V-8 
COUPE 

19» CHEVROLET .MAStBR DB 

LUXE COUPE 

1995 FORD COUPE— 

A'r «t ee|« ., 

\tM rnti'Mi^ANE 

BTUW 

1913 ( Itn U'iLET 

srii5v 

I9J8 A' miN 

All the Abr\e C'\r« Hs\e Been Thoroughly 
MeoaSItlor'-'i »-id \'» Pmlr Guaranteed 



FOR SAI* ~ ia-rcX3T CARVEI^BflT.T 
boat, with outboard angina. ' Phone 

EJ^^ROl 

^''UR SALE^19-ITrBY a rrr HYDRO. 

I I'.ane 

(i 2840 

^''OR 3AI.F 



hull: In good ahapa; IM. Phona 



18-PT. SPEED BOAT ffTAR 
engine Cheap for cash Phone 0 178* 



,...t;;;7~; ...$095 
$(mO 

$l»i5j s 

$575 



^UITABUE FOR CRCIBBR. 

SIX. ' tike new. reborcd and over- 



Bt Ro4a 



........... 



THE MOTOR HOUSE 
Two Loratlong 
931 Yale* E 1723 971 Yale*-E1507 



PEBOAT 24 FEET BY 7 5, GOOD OON- 

i1 1;on. 17:,. V-dr,ie, ..ew. 18.-, 0 6238. 

RD TWIN KLTO, IN GOOD 
order, 135, Southall Stove Co.. |331 
Government Str#et. . 

~PAOICAIU> 

net 

'•swied In detail, seen running 
Mitor Works. 9J2 Johnson Sire-t 

S'OMETHtNG NEW! 8ELP - CONXjAINED 
b.^'tery marine running lig) t. S ,p 
Chand ers 'McQuade SI Ltd 1314 Whar^ .st 

itt OUR . NEW UNDBAY ROWBOAT. 
built for Inboard or o'l'hoard motors. 
Enterprise Whsrf foot .,f Fort 

• •"".(tt^TAR ENGINE. HI ITAnLE yt>R BOAT, 
•evi.ltf excellent. »hap- r.r-.-r been in boat. 

Starey t Boa' :io',''\e Oriid^tream 

SPKEIiBOy 
tor. (or aale 1139 Johnaon St. BMIl. 



TWO HOUSES iClfD FOi R 1/aH 
Well RlMisted. Paejpf South and Near 
NfiRMAll- BCHOOL 
/ 10SY FIVE-ROOM BUNOAt OW Three 
' bedrooms, isrte livli.f -ro .m w th fire- 
place, modern plumblnr. garage, etc . and 
WELL-BUILT SIX-ROOM HOUSE with 
modern conveniences All in rood condi- 
tion and well rented, althoueli both will 

stand an in re.ise in ren'al 
The-two evra«»Jot« allow plen'y of room 
to ereri several more housen. which would 
make the whole a good ilevenue-produclna 
propoaltlor nr !'■» ■ • i e srd let 

the rent from th- ... ,. r,f ,ii 

(^vl'Thrad and Inteje.t on i .e i; ■•■ment. 
The extra lota would make an rxrrv onaiiv 
fine garden Thlg la WWrth lor,l(:.i( ir. o, 

aT $::150 

SWINERTON St CO., LIMITED 
930 Brou9hton Bt. 

r^HARMINO BAAmCH BUNOAl^lW OF 
^ ' five r»(!ms and bath. Partially fur- 
ril*had and etevan acr>* of land Ideal 
•anny -location amid naturM tree* and 
ftow-rs high location overlooking valley 
s- ri :■ o jntatnL aeeludcd from publle. eie\en 
m:>s by paved road, (our- ^aT««^hlrk•n 



GORGE 
A REAL Co;i^Y UTTLE POUR- 
roomert home, with three-piece 
bathroom, foil cerrteni bnsement. (urnace. 
.larva lot, i'>w t«>e.< xemis artaaspd. 

HIGH QUADRA 
IS I HE IXjWN PAYMENT ON 
this new five-roomed stucco 
bunkalaw, with hardwood floora. full 
baa4mant. furnace. large high let 
cominandlng a view If you are io<5kini 
for [a new home that will stand the 
atrlctest inventigsting. by all mean* view 
tbia property 

I NEW POR OLD 

HAVE TWO NEW HOMES THAT WE 
take your old home In as part 
payaiaat.. Hara'a as oppertaaltp ta get 
fall valtia for yoor old homo. ' 

GONZALES BAY ■ ' 
iflf I 1 - / k A GOOD FIVB-ROOMID OCT- 
•J'l l-Mf I,,, ri"se beach Thia booia Is 

in a >;ilendid Iocs' ion, clO** ta traaipor- 



TftAM OB BBIX 

A GOOD SIX -ROOMBD BOUO VTONF 
home xliuatrd In He own ground* of 
about an acre Tliis hom» la one oi 
the he«t buys we i s e ever offered 
Owner will take a sms.' I ome a* part 
payment, balanre sfrsnjci 

GEORGE RANDALL 

IMI DautlM Street - o 7341 



,-^OR SALE— 147 ACRES FRONTING oN 
the Cowlchan River, near ("owirhan 
Lake, with acce** to tha main road Pail 
loa dwelling of four reoaw: lIP yarda front- 
age on river in beat ftahMtg area, f^r fur- 
ther Information apply to Duncan M 
t^hrlstmaa. Ltd . DuneCn, BC 

I f ULP ISLANDS— MW AORMR' VAIXBf 
^ f land, tiaibaradi |M aarp. feas MM9 

Colonist. 



ONE-ACRB PARC 
ful aubdlvuiaa 



U'E HAVI 
can tl 



in. TKB BBAtm* 
aplendld tree*, excel-' 

lent .'Oil rlcse to two saridy hesrhe^ and 
1 r.ins^orial Ion We w.ll tinanre ti.e i.itld- 
ing of a residence for you. aod wiU cleag 
oaa-baU acre tor lloo egtra 

Price 1450 Per Acre 
O R WALTON * SON | 
308 Pemberton BIdg.. E 0333 ftaalVllW 

SEVEN ACRES NEAR 
at end. RattaebaB Raad 
and light It.OM. D. W. 
Quecng Avcnti* 

SMALL ACRKAGBB. UN 
Lake district. IIP per acre up 

Oldfteld Colaull* 3AF 

ACRI 
two- 
Cash prlc« 




15 



ad eottaaa. 



CLEM F')f 

$12.")0 



f.^IVE-ACRE POULTRY PAHM HtX^ 
ro 



oomed house with plumbing, poultry 
house* for 900 layers. rea«(m- tts)'>HA 

able terma. Price ' . lP««»Mn? 

J IX ACRES. GORDON HEAD, Utn-nur 
learad: thaeK. 
Price . . 

r M OLIVER * CO . LTD 

721 Pof «!'r.-' Btllf 



WtX 



.. $12.50 



84 



A< K»:%GE WANTKO 



CMALL ACREAOE WITHIN TEN MILES 
t~ of Victoria Must be high Uad, wtUt 
sea vt«w. good water and eleetrta UpM 

svallshle It., •' ■ ,'nnlBt ( 



$(i50 



ft5 



FARMS I- OR HM.W. 



BUYS A OOMPORTABLE 4- 



hoMsea. 'partlairy hidden from, bw n aaiow. -mg on on* acre with chicken houaea and 



water tower ani soo-i well Uneaoalled 
for location and a big sacrifice riue to 
owner s illness Imme'tls'e possession, r ear 
titia and terms. Only -li.soo Oon t hes- 
itate If, you desire a country home Sole 
aceot. T P. MeConnall 

RESIDFNr E OR INVPftTMENT -IN 
OAK BAY ON CAR LINE 

T4^XCELI,XNT--MeOSfe. aen'alninc eight 
roorr.s. facing eouth: Two nice garden 
lota. Pe aw rty la la poad ftO^^AA 
s;.ape. Can now k^Mfutar^^v-i^vv 
Rantlat Tar llO Moalb 
/OWN GREENWOOD 
. 1239 Broad St. 



135 

sPKEIiBOAT 



I,"»OR BALE NEW nVE ROOMS. »rt70 
ho'/Kiow » '!, emeni baaement. f 



WITH OR WITHOUT MO- 



INGLE OUTBOARO MOrOB fuTflAW 



SINO 
- cn 

rj-'HREE 



X.P ., 9P9. 
HkO aew, 971. 



1045 
$345 




TROLLUC^ If-TT.. I-X-P. 
motor, rally aaalppad. NUp. 



MiUEZMB 
BI1P9. 



atlon. Oak 



of ,i r.T 
or 



JAM KSO?* MOTOR S. LtMlTtH 
■ . '-IN 



inmsON COUPX 1IS7. in ageaptlonaiiy 
good condition, opora aaat. beai«r and ' '2 h p., 171, 
defroater a vary roaaiy eon pa. wttn i FT^4*rpri*« wharf, 

ne hand 11.395 

COUPE. 1931. a roomy ear, la n»a: 

««llStBen rumble acat ti.199 

BCtOK BBDAM. wltb 9tda whaol aaalpment. 
•Is naw tlraa. latpa traak; a iNl model. 

for ^ ™- 11250 

TERRAFLANE QOUPE. 1937, aiaall piU»a<- , ,., „.,,,,„,.,. 
e'ectrte baad. haascr asid Hfrtgirri |- i ' ' P*'^<>cu>*rs. _^ 
like new. wnnwar* «wt — :t — wrt AMAri surs r w Eirtr-six-Foor cab"- 

T^'t's'in lawnrh 13-b p. mccine eng.ne. 

anebor. aaaapaaa, fira ottia- 



full 

• re, modern phimbiDg, hardirood floors 
snd ataatrta Habt rtstaraa, wash tuba and 
garaco la baaamant. . nm'gal driveway 
OlfH. Wm. Baad. M7i North 



l.V>R 



OOTTAOE 



lirfNTBD-ll-PT RUNABOUT II0U. Ot 
vv good ahape Writa John wn*an. Iblt. 
4. flan Juan Avenue. Oordon Head, gtvlna 



DAVIS-DRAKE MiTTORS LTD . V 

IBwtck and OidHaubtlo Cara. O.M c. Tru<!ka new ai 
IhBtMik sai M ttPMln, flatwria^w i al Mr , 



t- raeenUy Pwitt, altb pardan. mm» trntt. 
traaai aaad walar awpply Near eehool. 
PO and ebarebaa Price ii ito 

Raal Batata aad Insurance Agent 

O WALLICH- Cowl'hsn ^'s'lor PO 

T7«OR SALE CHEAP — OOOD HOUSbI 
--T cloaa ta. Waald tradp Paplaa, 
IPPt. Ootnalet. 

TOT, ((MiF'i s X ;i 

J m*r.' »■''-■ r, «,r r ' ree : ,, ., 
«'iod«hed .a- 'ftle«. amaii (ruits. (>•«* 
'-> huh 1 11 ...ic arhoob, ssore, chorcn 
Light, water, ,pbana 



room. 2 her!ror,m« and kitchan city water 
and electric lisht. , NIca hith lot located 
in Saanlch, clota Ip aebooL bpa aad ear. 
Low tasaa. 

^ NEW 4-ROOMQ) VTUOOO 
bungalow Mving-foom. 3 bed- 
rooms. bat4iroom which has tha toUet' In- 
stalled and all ready to install bath, kit- 
chen and pantry Lot bag all baan laid 
out in lawn ahd flewor koda. Lpoatad la 
Saanlch. cloee to Oorta vatgra. A aooy 

little home, eheap, 

5 ROOMED BUNGALOW UV- 

ins-room. dining room, 3 bed- 
rooms. 3-p|ece bathroom, kifien. cement 
baaement with (urnare and garage. Standi 



$22<M) 



OALT.'^ll'Ivri ISLAM) A PARM Pf>R 
f» aa- lOOs.res. ^flar-'^rl, iired, 

balance i.n and timber Half iai>h« 

balance suit iiyrcbaser Fri'e, 11,350. 
Running tprlng, view around, good wet} 
aad outer buildlnPs _ Bog 3949, Colonist. 
— — ~— — — ^ 



other bulldlnga. fruit tr»»« and oifhgTtre**, 
berriea an<^ flower garden. Loeatod In 

rta.in:, h. riotie to school aad bua Good 
term* "to right parir — ''"^^ 

B. B BBAta . - _ 



839 Tatoa Btrni - Pb « aa B4M1 

VICTQWA WBST-WaU-kam aa«l-ftawa- 
low, thrct badreoaui faraaeo: flr«t-ela*a 
aaMittaa all ibypapb (paa* AOfWUl 
ttdor tya«p>, ■aasaM W^nJ^f 



$3JK)0 



OAK BAY ICxeeptionally fine hdroe 'tuel 
completed), haa *lx room*. Including *un- 
reom; oak (loora. fcoaatlfal din ing -root*, 
tiled gink.,garapa, 

furiiaea 

BAROAIN^Td aeltla an estate, moat aell 
Vary Bna 9tt;^|aR.^ungaiow. three bed- 
r aa«8. aaa BPHli, bsie-i'nt, fumaea: 
alea- iBiPtlPlb BMr aehoole and 
WlU-bo 



aaaoaaPaSPBSOflpa 



$2400 



— xr«- 

1109 Blabehard St. , 



BIMI R**!^ BItpT 



.Selected Barcains 

TEir WILE POINY 

Situated 'at>out 4 > iriles frfmi Victoria 
almost <iew 7 room home Btiffo. with 
acre of iroiwrty and Inre gsnter, 
and rorkeriea. Command* view of se* 
and mountain*, basement, furnace, etc 

r '"'^ ..Htoo 

Another new liome in this ss:r e air hi- 
Sl9e district, consisting of five roon<<. 
ataeao. with hardwond floor*, ate ; also 
IMP wondarful view of aaa bad 

Prtaa torn* 

A e04W W V B Stl te Nt 

A well-built houee converted IPMi 
d'lPl'X Dpwn'siafri, 4 room* and bath- 

ror.rr ijp»t,sl-« •ri',".er 4 rooms with 
bathroom. (Moated >.'»-mll» elrr.le. 
Cloee In 

Now only 91 «Vll terras 

- A WONDKEFt I. apKr 
Five aeres. good land. I acre cleared 
aad (aaaadi f-rooai ahaab. partly (ur- 
alahad, Ineladlna' raal paod cooking 



UllHi 



MOO 

AHbif Ip Riyiiif LML 

Tig POET a-racRT 

Stinday* or iUter Hour* Phono O MM 



4ri K/MI I^KS PRONTAOE, 9 MILES 

.J* I rn n » f .^m Victoria Large new bnn- ^ 
galow, 4 rooma, well rnmished. boe',, fur-*^ 
nare. aerluded. low taxea Clear title 
IJvabte year round- B«« 3443. Colonist 

FOUR-ROOM B'JN- 
Ice order. a«anir4>. cloaa 
to b««. T»rmy r>^;st.o>m, 1319 Dougla*. 



ijfl «MM| ETCCOO 
•u*l — 1/1/ ealow. nic< 



fi-MOOM W^H^ YKTTOIUA 

- / 



NOtTH SAANICH 

One ace of fine o'chtrd end qsrden 
Wltb belt of toil Cowf offsble homa 
of fouf foomi aod bjth l-^ t; -^ijn' 
lout ton 9t Paof Covg 
Tanag 
STAIilMO 



$2550 

SIDNfV 





T^IE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, RC, SUNDAY M ^^ 



OOSPCMiATtON or TBI 

or SAANKH 



SAAMICM MI NK ir«i. Ki.t(iioWi, lost 

. •VK-t.UfccriuN ro« »iuooL 
t <vwo> . 



' t JUBt ilO T»»t«c«- | » M Hifc r tlvrn to the 
X tiector* o( lh« MmiielMlUy o( Ssanieh 
that I mulr* tiM fr«*rnc« of th« Mid 
Ittetert at th« Oowaell Chsmbrr. Municipal 
MtU. Royal Oak. B.C . on Monday, llie IStli < 
4ay of May, ItSt. at I] o cluck noon. lor | 
th« purpoac o< claclini priaona to repieaent 
thrm »^,» <Twei ■•tiMt TnutM* leJiU 
ihT vuan^tii caoMd Vy Tb* raMioMIoB of 
Mr A. B Hull and Mr W. Tomei. 

I lie mad* of numinatlon of randldalea 
iTTTTI b* foUi, The rindldate* ^hal! 
b noinin.i'.<\i in i>ril.ML. the «rlt.l < 
be siiUKribed by t»o eieLtori o( Muiii- 
~ ~ cipalilr M nropMar and aeaonder. and aiiall 
b« dtltvarta 10 th« Rrturn.nc Of Hear at any 
llipa bttw««« Iho date of the notl-tf and 
'\t«o p.m. of the 01 nomination, .he suid 
wrlllac nay ba iii the form numt>rred 3 in 
tiM aebadule of the "Mualctptl K'.ect.om. 
Acl."'Mid ahatl atata the Dames, reddeiicr 
and oeeuMUon or 4aaorl»(ton of eacn per- 
aon frropoeod. In twh Manner ai mfft- 
ClenUr to identify aucb candidate, and In 
.tbO avont of a poll being neceatafy. such 
pell (hall be opened on the 3Ui (l.iy <il 
May! ISM. at the followini placet l i.i uk 
Kirat Ward, at Cedar Hill ^hooi,' Ccu<ir HUi 
iCroea Read; for tha ■aa ond W%i:<L at TolMl a 
inew) School, on thVUWUl MR' 41 . B8la- 
'akine Road, for the Third Ward, at the 
I Oordoii Head School. Tyndull Avenue, tior- 
don Head; for llie Fourth Ward, at the 
Womep e |Mtl|ll''0 lUU. corner Marigold 
Road and MWUM AVanue. for. the Pifih 
Ward, at Rpral Oak Scbool. near tiir 
Junction ot the Caat and Wcat Saan.t h 

Itoadk: for th* flixth Ward, at the 1i-ni- 
parMfO Hall. Kant Sdun.cli Roart. lur tlie 
' flavanth Ward, at the TiUlcum Hchool. on 
AIMna and Onll.a 8trr•■'^. near BuriiMde 
lload; and. (UCb polhna £lacea will bf open 
Iron ototit o>loclt a.m. to kiaht o clock 
p.m.. of whicn tvary p#rtan u hereby re- 
quired to take notice and tovern himself 
errordUKly 

Uiveii uiider my hand at Royal Oak, 
-Brttlab OolumMa. tlita Mth day of Aprtl. 
ItU. 

B. n. r. BBWCLL. 

lUtufnIni Officer. 



— -%JUat U.<iiHTRV ACf* 

StCTION IM 

IN THE MATTER or; 

lal Certificate of Title No Mil'.'-I 111 the 
name of Philip A. WiUo.i and coverini 
tutjlt the North Weet Quartr: of Section 
It, llMMiehip 1. Renfrew District, compn.s- 
Inc a loaiinc rallwar rlvht-o{-»ay ihrouKh 
aald Quarter Section. oontainiriK ) H arret. 
tufiia or le&5. aa ihown on Plan &3 R.W. 

•bi Certificata of TIUo WOi M WO 1 to the 
name of PhUlp AltkIn Wllaon and coVer 
in* rart of the Sooth last Quarter of 
■action t. Townihip I. IttlnRtfr DinrUl. 
contalnlna 3 S3 aorea. more or leii%. and 
comprlilnt the ni ht-of-war of a lo«ilni 
rallwur through aaid Section, a« ahown 

— mm mmm 

(el OOrttfieaU of Title Mo. 5MM>I In the 

name or Philip A Wilion and coverinK 
Lot Renfrew District, containini 137 

acrea aa sbown on Plan }} R W. iSec D D 
•MS4.I.) 

id> Certificata of Title No. MM3-t In the 
aamo of milp A. WUion and covering. 
PIratly: Part I tl acres of the North 
Kaet Quarter of Red ion ' in Town- 
• hip 1. Renfrew_ District, hnnu ■ "ir;;) 
Of land iO feel' In aidih nnd ohown 

Ml Ptar M R w 

■aooadly: That part of nald North 
Bitt Qmrtar of Section 5. lying South 
■aMerlr of Plan Dvr^f R.W.. and con 
tafnlng li acres, more or less. ' 
Proof havtni been filed in my office 
Of tha leaa of tha above mentioned Cerlili- 
calaa ofTltla. I horaby glra notice of 
mr tntntlon, at the etplratlon of one 
calendar month from the (irsr publica- 
tion hereof, to Isaur lo the said Philip 
A Wilson Crovtalonal Oenificates of In 
defaadhle Tnio 
tiflcataa. 

Apr PMM hn«ln« lalormaUivi with 
rafdrtneo to •neh loat Certlheatai of Title 
II rrtiuested to communicata with the 
undersigned 

Dated thir aand dar of April. Ult. at 
the Land MtlMrr Ottteo. VIetorts, British 
CoiuolMa. 

n. J. OMAMB. 
Badlatrnr. Victoria Land 'Rerlftration 

rv •• • 

TENDERS 

Fjx Truck and Exfcniion Ladder 
. For CityiJfht Dtpartrntnf 

8VARATB aealed tcndera will be received 
In tha offlea of t,lto City Purehating 
Agent up untu noon on Ifonday^'llay b 
IMS. for a «M-lon truck Ar tha abn%r 
department', th« tenderer to lake as trade- 
in two trurks at present in u.se. and for a 
}|-fl Ex'ension I.«dder, suitably mounted 
for uae with the truck. Spaelflcatlona and 
farther particulars may bo obtained from 
tha uuderslanad. Kach tender must b<- 
aocompanlad by a certified deposit cheque 
for h'r of the tendered amount made pav- 
glT)le to the ('11 V Trrasuier The lowest or 
Any tand^ will not necessarily b« accepted 

K n XCCHELU 
Olty Purchasini Aient. 

aiy Hall. Victoria. Bq. >yp«l! 3«. 1>]« 



is Maw dC muh loat Cer- 



WITHIN EASY WALKING 

OF TMi cinr 

$2200.00 

Will mirchaap n ««U-kapt -bunaalo* 
' ■ 1 • r a iivtnt-rooai with nrepi«.<- 
n :i . K.in and kltcban comb! iicri ■ .< 
1 Mus.ifr icltdMB: two good beriro..'!,' 
« .d hsthronm: MMnte basement. i.V« 
t irriace. laraMt tOOd garden, ne»l> 
i sinied and la food condition. 

Gnttphcr it Swifii, Ltd. 

0 4iti. aim 



CHEAP BUILDING 

LOIS 

Pine, high lot on Usdas Avantw. to 

r'flre price tn%. 



High lot «■ Wellington^ near Dnilat 
I'rtea CML 

High Skanlch lots, two and half mi:r 
eirrle. hish. with oak treaa and fine 
view Price IIM. easy terbu. 

A. A. mNAIlEY i CO. 

B IIST SM Port <lt. 



NEAR SOOKE 

Beautiful country home In this lovely 
•imrUt Modern. well-tHillt residence. 
«ith all city conveniences, mciiiiiint 
inroom. baacment. furnace rtr i: is 

s Ind — d n.-abatmina pj-operty. wiih 
-"^ndiand and iCa vMwa.»aod A home 

o bo ptWMI tt. onnH for 

14000 

Or BKhantt for Btiatalow in Oak Bs v 

J. 0. BRIDeMAii 



«"» n Hi M ■ II I ' ' N IT. 



PHONK Itm 



AN IDEAL 

HI NOAi.nw T\r» m<<m» 

Callable tnr a Retired ( onple nr 
amall Famllv 
FVil'R ROOMft AND BA lllHOOM, NU K 
Q1 ARIFR ACRE t.irr all bcH Mgfk 
loam soil. lawn, flowers, thruba, aeveral 
fruit trees, bernei. etc. Located In the 
fferth Quadra dlftrict: ((replace In tiv- 
ina-room. blinds, llnolatun. alaetrle fli- 
l ires Immediate poeaedrtW. IttU title 
Tnll rrlce ,^ 

"vl.T iftAK rtsH 

Pnr Inspivlion. R»\ r„ir vf 

L. M. ROKEVI AR A I O . I T!) 
II* I ninn HMt *I f Vl»w <! (,MV|| 



omis, miveu i 

cOh ltd. 

MOUNT TOLMIE 

NSW 4-ROOM STUCX-O BL'NCiAl>OW 
Two bedrooiMt. ]-piece batrru'im ' >(1 
*iiik. hardwood floors, garage Has de- 
lightful gardaBs.-IMi M 
worth InapotUas. Prtoa. . . .iNiQUU 

UKE FRONTAGE 

OONSISTINU OP I LOTS. WITH tS 
PtXT PRONTAOB -K- Cbarmin* 4-room 

saariftcaVtio ..•> 9r9IIU 

JAMB lAY 

CAOOO UmXuTT WITH SBA VIBW: 
T-BooM bttnialww., ln ,asocllaat eoadU 
tion. Haa amnll bagomont. ^ « 
uood famUr houab. pnca. . 9 I W.UV 

COUNTRY PROFERTY 

A VERY COBY LirfUf PBOPBRTT, 
consUting of 1 acre and a S-room bun* 
salow, with modern con yen ten rVs 
' titcken house and food w«f ' • , 
Would trade for amall 
IS. 



OAK BAY 



S2fi0ll^i 



A MODERN •-ROOM STUCCO BUN. 
OALOW. «llh full basement and hut 
air furnace. Thii U an excelUni »>ii>. 
and haa view of tba a«a. One m n r 
can be made at a very low CQOnn 
cost This IS a snap at ^OOUU 

COUNTRY HOME FOR RENT 

COUNTRY HOMB M MILES PROM 
VTOTOlUA— fl Rooma. fully furnlabad. 
Oood .location and gardena. Uaht. phone 
and garage I/>ts of milk, rream. eggs, 
fruil. vegetables A' «llal>le June 1. 
Would make an idea) place tor Bummer 
holidays for family with c> u'tTgn. Pur- 
ther 'particulars at thib office. 



GORDON HfAD 



WB HAVB BOMB 
INO BtTBi latiUb dlatrtet. 
invited. 



BOILD 

Inquirirs 



COLES. HOWELL & 
CO., LTD. 



OS VnW SIBBBT 



WANTED 

FAIRFtELD BUNGALOW 

Wit tun a block of Dallas Road, nujit 
be fully modern, stucco exterior, with 
nica garden Client will pay CASH if 
valM propeM^ r:a..' 

HUDSONS 

That beautiful waterfront property »' 
the head of the Oorge. La<gc lots, fine 
trees, some with rock for the rock gsr- 
dener, lovely vlatas. Saanuh taxes 

f7r"-" $260 to $11 00 

BACKING ON GOLF LINKS 

Oak Bay stucco 'buncalow < large' flM' 
rooms, hot-Wntor bcatlng. nne Inis- 

oni-y .".""..v....- ...$3760 

M.VAP Substantial one and one-half- 
ktory frame houaa ot seven roonM^' 
basement. Koul Bay Road, near Fort, in 
8.ianicii Offers raquagted CIQCH 
Luted at only 9 I 09U 

t>AKSPBONTAGI — Pltie setenly - foot 
Jot, with some fine arbutus tree.-i. three- 
quarter of an aire low banks taxes 
19. OTbn Xjake, Lot >, next to "Tti^ 
cednis." Good ealuo $475 

The B.C Land & Investment 
Agency, Lti 

r:t aaearaamit St, o iiis 



Waterfront 
Home 

Within 30 Miles of Victoria 
Suitable tor Summer Resort 
Sutiny Locatieii 

l.ar(a. gub«tantiallv-bullt house, co: 
tainllU' Downstaira. reception hi 
llvlng-roem. dininc-room, den; kitch' 
bathroom a'nd storeroom. llpsts. 
seven bedrooms and bathroom. Cemem 
basement and Isund.'y. dnuble aarate. 
sis-roomcd cottage and Chinaman s 
houao. Ap^osUn^italy twwitr acres, 
fruit traea and apacloua ««U-kei>t 
. I minds, sloping to escellant. private, 
s'l.nsie besch. jafe for children. G«>od 
«.i'i-r Buppir by gravi'v pumpeii d 

$14,000 



Aiik 



Gillespie, Hart & Co., Ltd. 

Mil Port SI. — Vialorto. B.C. 



iO$|j 

ouikpret t t 



rhlck<-ii 



Attraetivt Heme Wltk Revenue 
Nieely FiriisM, 4 StilM,, SSSM 

I' lnteee, garage, chicken houg 
garoini oiTw block baWad 

Buildings 

I M Here Fara S14( 

^-Roomrd houae. new riAtage 
house for 500. root house, ai »n, 
iMKin road. 'garage, all. rlaari|d. Bnn 
A 1 garden toll, jMsrlna fruit 

NOTiei TO RUILDEl 
TeihRN«d mmM Am^ ttlOO 

Mixed Farn; 14 Aeris; SISOO 

A nri bam. amall houaa, chicken house 
for 100. • MfOS alOArod. OrahArd. Othrr 
hulldinta. H-aero agparatua. II 0<><t 

FRASER BISCOE 

r. Nil, Monday tl«S Ooworaaieot 



Homes Our Sp«>cialty 

•t tbb sea 

n*yg of lunyhlao all'Summar. and In 
the Winter Iho aetind of Iho vavei on 

ti e shore. 

Vrw H n,>om Bmtalow, H-acre water- 
^roiuase fKIOOO 

New •-Room llnune, ahsointclv i .;'. 

glorious sea view B<t7.%<> 

■i Room«. npl to new, but iHicr loi. 

sandy bearh |ll£HKO 

4 Rooms practically new, close fn mx.-l 

9'Z«iUt 

« II ■ortis. «o<)d house. Dallas Roail. tine 

K.ITRO 

. n.ioms 3 unfinlshfd upstairs, rn. K 

w.terfront IMSOO 

- aen-bullt Ud«r House, apart 

" - •40<»0 

1 iioimi.^ hui.iislow. waterfront, a Im - 
(t:r,m !" I r BriKOO 

TNE CITY BROIERAftE 

tniK BI AMUHABD «T. 



IP rou are loekint for a nice en 
Is place wtthin fltw milea of the c.ii 
with four nice hrttht rooma. In a we;: 
built newl» -eon.stripted »t«eco bunca- 
low. situated on S-acre of tood land, 
with soma nlea UOaa. Where t?'* taxes 
are low V* BSeS It, and the pr!-e Is 
ton lerma) ... . B 1 

H. W. Miller & Co. 

I2I0 BrMd Str««t 



Wittriroi^ IfM 

" R.ximerl n jTiislow cenieiil iMseinrnl. 
t I'tisre »ond condition, over half-acre 

>»terfrmu o« OortO^ C^MIAII 
rr. eloae estate 9vUUU 

PItOf IMALT ^ABOAIB 
house for fl.lOOfV Well-built 
'inine-nr seven rooms Hot water heat- 
ing, double garage. Pull Mment base- 
ment. Dan with ftttptac«. 'A*rtSl borne 
ai a barealn 

Neisterman, Forman & Co. 

601 VIEW STIIET 



neautiful and unlouc hotne. situated oo 
Newport Avenue, close to aaa and arf- 
sceni to golf links, contalna reception 
hall, lafwe llTing-room. 10 g n ft , 
iliriins rocim, kitchen and pantry on the 
I round floor Three bedroom* and two 
ha'hroeims upstalft. Hardwood floor* 
'hrnushout Special b«lU-ln featuraa. 
^'ull renent baaement. Ret natet he.ai- 
t concealed radtstert. Harte auto- 
• dc oil burner. Boautiful garden U t 

nter. $11000 



PEMBERTON'S 



VIEW OF STRAITS 

from Vie- 

$450 



Over five 
liiria. .Uhtip 
location 



SEAFRONT SITE 



N n' ' . I ' uniy I.iur iniles 

uul 1I.JII1 iu»n Jii.^l off Hlgi «><. 
excellent sinsll beach 
view*. Paces south. 

prka .: .n.-Tr; 



Jiso 



CLOSE IN 



$2950 



Modern se\ en- loomed li'. i~ 
claaa condition Ne» iui 
llCbt finished edge araii 
nr.. frtoo 



—SEAFRONTAGE— 
1 1 Miles Out 

tA3 Atres of A-1 land, nearly all culti- 
vated Besldea a quantity of small fruits 
there is a full-bearing orchard Un the 
property ig a modern ativco bungalow 
attraottvolr aitutod. 
Prioa •••..••«'... 

idAlHJUGHWAY^ 

On six-mila cirela. over elahtp 
with twentr aerea deep black aell under 

rijItUHtion: balance t'lnber with some 
rcK-k urd all good land A larne imrtlnn 
of the Rroperty can be CCCAA 
«ub'l!^id"d. Price •OwUU 

^2950— IN OAK BAY 

^ hzAud new stucco bungalow of five 
rnoiii^ itnd full cement baaement with 
; iix-il furnace. Laria llvUu-room with 
' 'I ' 1 wood floors and open fireplace. 
:> :. ng-room. two good-sized bedrooms. 
I lu'e-plece modern 'bath room; tiled up- 
to-date kitchen Inlaid linoleum m 
kitchen at)d bathroom. All electric fix- 
tures are Inetalled. This is the best 
value on tha market today. South ot 
oak Bar Aronua. May be h»A m> toroM. 

Pemberton & Son 

Limited 

Part at B r and Phane G Hit! 



?mm mm 

PUTS ON DM 



l^pprr Inland Brmncheo of Rrrrra- 
Uon and Physical Educatton 
Events Bt 



UHbeaUUe Valeet 

S3000 



NOBTB DOUOUkS ABBA 

-High locatleo. About 
half an acre good land and four- 
roomed, modern, sluico bungalow A 
danily .;t!le froperty 

NtAK .NOBMAI. SCHOOL 

rignllgallb ■■■ mmm 



bungalow of four rooma. epon firo- 
pueo. bardvood ftoora, ttM riBk, fa- 
raga. ale. A gplradtil Uttlb hdsio fw 

A 'TTKi'! fnnillv 

C9nnn 'iO» 0* Oranook- 

9£UUU ing vidier Two larie lots 
with many fruit trees and attractive 
home of six rooms. Usual modern con- 
venloneeg and evarythlni la flrat- 
clast condition. 
C4 |b£||— «OBGE. DOt'CLAS Dl<l 

9 I U9U TMrr— Close m six 

especially large rooms attractive en- 
trance hall, good basement, etc Tlili 
Is wonderful value Cost present 
nw • •■' M .")00 
f .'IP "' fo- ^ ;i'v», 1 1 ' ii: en • 'o V;''* 

■ . •.' : ]\r : ' ' \" . 1' ; 

P. R. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 

III! BKO^II >rRttT PHONKGini 



■ 



Unique 

Opportunity 

l'ni.> 1-atorled residence in Oak Bay 
facoa aoHth and commanda maanifloent 
viewa. Owner lives In upper half, which 
has separate entrance, and contsins 

Ilving-room. hsll. dtnlng-roDin. t 
bedrooms, bath and kitchen. In lower 
half Is a seif-contatnad aulte. wtiteh 
conilsta of llving-room. bedroom, kit- 
chen and bathroom. Tha rent from thla 
suite more than paya for tasea, Inanr- 
anee. heating. Interest on mortgage In 
adilitlon. Ihire is sufficient left over 
to pay a return on the Investment 
priw tC 



$0000 



Tarma Can 



Arranged 



Ker & Stephenson 
Limited 

1 1. -I (invernmeni Street Phone O lin 



GHEMAINUS. AprU 30.— The rpc- 
reatioii and ph\ sical ediit a; ii 
branch of the I>partmejit ot Edu- 
cation. Upper Lsland Brsnehes. held 
s n^sas diqilBy at Chemslnus centre 
on mdsy e'Venlnc. picked teams 
from Lady.smith, Nanalmo and Clic- 
mainuA taking part, in both the la- 
dtes' and mwn' e el eieee. eeel H od by s 
grqup of men.Bi|tf women from vic- 
torte centre, under Mr. Bacheler 
and othor Victoria Inxtructors. 

. Mr. Martin Introdufied the vsi^ous 
^Bvents and fhe performe rs in special 

Item.s. 

Five VaJicouv«r instructors al:>o 
participated In some spectacular 
high vaulting and somersaulting. 

Nap. Bouchard and Miss P. Tow- 
Icr, of the ChemalniLs centre, were 
in charge of the. programme; gue&tb 
recelvlnr special mention being: Ian 
Elsenhardt, who addressed the gath- 
ering; also Alan Chambers, ^ho 
spoke briefly; Mr. CollinKt', editor 
of The Ladysmlth Chronicle^ Mr.s 
Leeming, school trustee, Duncan, 
and Mr. Lowery, ,of the Ladysmlth 
School Boai'd, and A. E. P. Stubbs, 
chairman of the local- committee. 
VARIETY EVENTS 

Events covereKl: I'\indamental 
p\ inna.stics. bx. the men frCin the 
three groups; special activities, by 
the women from the three centres; 
low and hi«h vaulting, by mid-Is- 
land, and Victoria and Vancouver 
men; Ru&sian dances, mid-Island 
women: gold and silver ballet, Vic- 
toria women: optional vaulting, by 
Vancouver itx.structor.s over high 
vault, box. and by the mid-Island 
men. over the lower boxes; tap danc- 
Ipg by the V ictoria ^idiea, and Ood 
Save the King. Refreshments were 
served to all, after v^hlch dancing 
was enjoyed till 2 a.m., the large 
hiall being packed to CBpacity, both 
on tlje floor and tn the balconies. 

Ma yfii ir Ball 
Being Planned 

Tho n.iine ■'Mayfair Ball" ha.s 
Ix'i'n ^;lvt•n ui Uie daiuc which will 
be held by the B»iiii.\-Arts Society 
at the Empress Hotel on Msy 23. 
The affait is being plsnned to co- 
incide with the fe,.iivifli\s in Vic- 
toria in connection wlh the May 24 
celebrations. 

The committee in charRe of ar- 
rangemrnt,'; for the hill includes 
! .Mi.-.'< M Wn i.- MlSS Ivy 

Brown. Mii.* Ruth' Moore, Mrs. Les- 
lie Fox and Bir. Riehard Stursberg. 

In addition to the usual pro- 
gramme of dances, there will be sev> 




ST. un IS mi IK K 

TOBERLmtiyOVS 




St Louis Oollege win be b popular 

rendesvtnw for Its many friends to- 
morrow Afternoon and evening. 
Undw the au&plce.s of tlie Catholic 
WomcBls League (Senior Subdi vl- 
sion>.^on^ Mr s. B l ^ir fe 
convener, tea will be .seixed from 3 
to 5 pm.. and again In ilie evening, 
from I to 11. the whole lower floor 
of the school will be thrown open, 
with stalls of hdine cooking and 
other ti>eful artlcle.s for .sale 



XI 

LOS£S.Mi;H 

Drops 2-0 Decision to Mar- 
pole Liberai-s in Provin- 
cial Soccer, Fmai 



VANOOUVSRv April 9» 

pole Llbt>ral.^ downed s fighting Es- 
There will be other dlversiwis fw-'Ouimali eleven. 2-0. today to lift the 



the Mitertalnment of visitors, in- 
cluding blnpo a laid i>.nt\, and 
mu.Nlc Refre.slina'UU wlil b« fceivtNd 
In the evening as well as In the 
af tenoon, and all proceeds will be 
devoted to special uses in eotineo- 

tion with the college. 

The affair will be held under the 
personal patronage of Most Rev. 

J C Cody, Bishop of Victoria, who 



fourth OMelan juvoafle aoceer 

championship of British Columbia. 

With no score at the half-Ume 
mai-k. UberaU took advantsge of 
breaks in the second half to drive 

In two goah for the vklorv. _ 

Esquimalt ikhowed the effects. of 
theh- trip from the Islsnd city. 

Thouj;h fh-v threatened confliuia'.lv 



Insurgents Renew 



Newest of aU the new deals dealt to major league fsns this Spring is 
the one in Bfoofclyn where the Dodgers face the pennant race with a 
complete new infield line-up. The newest m.in on this new line is the 
strapping twenty-one-year-old Pete Coscararts. sta'wart scion of a ball- 
pl.iyinK family, who was purchased over the counter of the Portland 



ha* .signified his intention of being ' tliiv>uKhout the game. tlu<y showed 
present. , ja lark ol ilnish around the net Bhd. 

— — just lail^d to get the ball in sev- 

~ " ' eral tline4 • 

Af'cr a nlp-and-tuck nnsl half, 
. - ., n • t ^'^^ Heath. Marpole centre forward. 
DiWCelona HaidS^ 'P^^^^ up • t>«U m Ssgulmalt 

territory and drove it homB fdr the 

flrsrgOBl of the game." ^ 
BARCELON.A. April 30 .4'. — Tlie The Island representatives re- 
fir.st .sunshine in days brought two ucwed their vigortAis offensive and- 
deadly in.surKent air raids ttxlay on i bombaitied the liifarpolo ' goal With 
Goyernment Spain s capital. More j shots thsl were either stopped or 
than thirty p<>iaan8^'Wgrr1 tlll e d and barely mis."*d their mark, 
more rh^ui fifty were woimded. | Midway through the session. Sa- 
Twelve British vessels were spat- I ^'^nv.t. Japanese outside right 
tered with spray kicked up by in- Liherafe. pickt d B p a no tlw r 



beavers for $25,000. He will play at second base, and with Durocher atj'^o"* 
his side should solve Brooklyn'e keyeton* problem. w 



urjjent bomb.s dropixxl i I r^e by. 
of the ships was damaged. 



Complimentary 
En tertainment 
Much En joyed 

rAplee—nt sodal and mustoal eve- 

ning wai .spent at Madame Helta 
Dot»ree's Studio. 1045 yates Street, 
on JPrlday evenlat. the aflair being 
given In compliment to the pupiL? 
entering the musical festival this 
week, and also as an "Au Revolr" 
to Mrs. Jordan and Miss Muriel 
Jordan, who will leave for England 
shorUy. rrr- 

Dr. William Bryce gave violih se- 
"leuLtiorvs, including severaJ compo- 
.siMorus by KreLsler and Beethoven's 
' Rbndino. ' Muriel JOQlajlL-CKlted < 
"OhUd's Thought or Ood" (Brown- 
ing!, .sang "Wee Polk," snd pluyed 
Orieg's "Elflntanz"- and "National 
Song." These Aoered much talent. 

Pamela Morley showed ability also 
In playing Schubert's "Scherzo " and 
Chopin's "Itflnute Walts." Others 
who contributed to the programme 
were Beverly snd Don Foote and 
Gladys Drew. Madame Slstelle 
Toume.. who recited a poem by 
Pauline Johnson: Mrs. Large, who 
er;il Scottish reeU' arid Scottish * festival poem by Le GalU- 

daricing enthUSlBSts sre practL«;ing : *"Pe. and Mrs. Ramsi^, who aang 
their steps for the event. Schubert's "Ave MariB" and "Sweet 

Mystery of Life " MadBOM Dobroe 
acted a.s accompanist. 

at 10 



Qt^SNAPSHOT CUIL 



PICTURES WITIf WEAK LIGHT 




ball in Esquimalt territf>!\ mid r-^- 
peated • Heath'.s feat ui make the 
score 2-'o. 

The game ended with EsquimsJt 
still trying to break through for' the 
goal that : 



TEN MILE POINT 

Six acrr» 6t bcautllul •«ler(ronla(e 
wiUl trtr^iteach. Well lald-out lardrni. 
StvAn-roomnl modern . housr w\th hot 
water heatlni': gTSOO- ha.f cash, or 
will mchantr for food hncnt iiOlormal 
School, dill ri' • 

OAK BAY 

Altractlva .^tiK CO rr 

and nunroom P»rl»i ' < 'inci.' ..jn i * ., 
rttiff loll well krpt ifrdm. 94'2tHi 
Rraxonablr cash payment, balance 

rrntal trrmn. 

Ci>mi.a( t fi\e-room htinaalow on quiet 
residential fitreef Bf ' iii ifui ronclitifi!, 
tn^l'le and-niit rin- '-, i.c innlrn An 
Ideal Ifle hnn .- BBTM 

ALBERT HEAD 

nvo serct and ehMtnlnc five-room 
b.unialow. Butllcnt water aysiom. Mod- 
ern plumblns. llMtrle llsht 91750 

YEARWOOD, STEWART 



CURE E 00. 



•4* rort 



O 10.11 



IS ARRESTED IN SUVA 
, FOR^VANCOgVER THEFT 

VANCOUVER. Xjprll 30 (ffi — Vsn- 
couver police said today Alfred O 
Sandys, wanted on a warrant -alleg- 
it\K the theft of $1,000 from a city 
woman, was arrested on Friday at 
Suva, njl Islands, on the liner 
Aorangt, 

He will be held at Suva, pending 
arwval of an escort. to bring him 
here for trial. • ■ 




Refreshmenta mm 
o'clock. • ^ 



nU AT PORTLAND 

PORTLAND, Ore.. April 30 i/p).— 
A three-alamt fire breaking out In 
stored furniture In the basement of 
fhe In'ing Ht^t^l early today. «ai*5ed 
damages e.stlmated by James Brooks, 
fire inve.sUgator, st $7,500. sijd 
sUghtly Injured « w<Mnan and ti^o 
men. 



i.hild In jured in 
Street Accident 



VANOOUVBR. AprU M <r. ~ A 

street game ended In serious Injury 
tonight to Mx-year-old Thomas 



> Take? No! A Box Camera Gets It With s Four-Second 
l:.xpo»ure. Other Csmerss. One Second A3. Eiipewire is Short, 
Boeawoe the Light Is Near Her faceT^ 

IT l.s surprising how little liKht Is it is concentrated on a small srea. 
i needed to make a picture 11 the : FarUier away, the same amount of 
light te plsMd eloie to the subject. Ilight spreads over a 'ranch lamer 

For Instance, look at the snap- area, and your subject gets_ jrery 

.shotmbove. The only IikIu is the little of it. » 

weak little electric candle lamp. | The dlsUnce between the light ^ , « . ■ 

i-i«iH >Kn.i» . f-._ -wiiJ.. ' .1. _. '.^ . Car 1 1 ;insini.s.vion, first ciasa ahaiie 

held about a foot from the child s and the camera doe.snt matter It slgj,^ 



In th e war >-«ir«. Lord Blediiloe ' 
was chairman ot the Sugar control 
Board. On one occasion the bee- 
keepers demanded more tugar 4ie— - 

( aase hl.s .strl< t rationing wa« starv- 
ing tlu lr bees Wlien he complied 
with this demand.and granted them 
more sugmi', he received a protest 
from the fniltKiowera of the coim- 
try, who complained that nwmg to 
the sugsr supplied the befw sts>Td 
in the hive and declined to seek it 
elsewhere, with the tmOt that ^thcre 
wa.s no' fertilisation -of the fruit. 

tree.s. , ..^ 

Fred Smith & Co. 

Auetioneer* and 'Agpralaera 
1121 Blanshard St. <l ttU 



AUCTION SALE- 

MONDAY, 2 P.M. 

GOOD SF.f,K<T10N 

Household Furniture 

7-Tub« Philro Car Radio (CeetOflV 

S1?.'>|. r.nwi Order. 

Marine Engine 

IncltuliiiK Chesterfteld Suite. Odd 
Chf.stefh. Ids and rhalrs. 2 UinUig- 
Room .Suite Hulfct. Bed Couch. 
Couch and I'nd. very- nice ^-piete 
Wslnut HcdrtKjm .Suite, nice cU'an 
Beds icompli'lei. 3 giKxl Camp 
Beds. Deck Chairs snd Stools. RoUt 
Top Desk, Bed Unen, almost new 
St. Clair _JUuiga..and other Ranges. 
Isrge selection Carpenters' and 

other 'I'lxi!^ Hose. Wliorihiirrow, 



f^ce. 



the distance from light, to subject 
•With the lamp at that di.>^tan(e, that counU. 

a box'cSiffira loaded with »uper- To Uke a picture like the one 
Daumont. when he ran Into the senslUxj film- can get the picture above, uae a frosted White bulb, snd 
side of s passing automobile^ near with a four-second time exposure have l; .is p'-nr the cen'i.' of the 
his home. Hospltsl attftehes said Lamp -two feet from her. exposure picture a.% ixxs-sible. Suoh picture.^ 
the boy suffered a fractured skull would be sixteen seconds — four are worth trying. Sometimes .you 
and was uneonscious, His condition i times as long. ■ Lamp three feel mUs— but the good ones you get are 
was serious. _ 'away, exposure is thirty-six seconds so unusual that they 

nine times as loi.g. e a pet i mgnts. 
Reason; When light is clofte up. i . ^Jolin vsn Oulld< i 



I Sale Days: Mondsy snd Tliursday 



you 



OAK BAY 

-!.Mit BKAca oaivB — octLAH. view 

|l-420O-T»rmi Beautiful sli-room 

inoflrrn jttjrro biiliiialo*, hiiilt for tllO 
f>»ner by day labor at a much laner 
lifurr than now aakrd. Tha houaa la in 
aplendid eondiUm V«rr •ttracthra 
lart* llvlnc-rooan. Thcrt it %p antra 
room tn tha fuil eamcnt baaomtnt. Nica 
carden and extra fine vietvii ovar ocran. 
Pfione for sppolntment lo inapeet thii 
property. 

fltmRO cn'>se-in. Saanlch' 'Aitrartlva 
«tucco of thice ronnix nnd Mjnrnofn 
with 3-pl»fe ha'hroom. Taxrn 110 
|iI900-Term« TalrllUd. nverroom 
!>uiiealow m nplendifl rondidon. rrmrn^ 
banemant. furnace. Withm fair wall|in« 
diitanco. a real ntap^ 

W. J. Gllllland ft Co. 

I ■ " I' II I ' \ n I 111- I 



Roggie — Did yo|j know that arjl- 
mals .xpeakr 

Oeorsp— No. rnii they 

RegRie — Oh. yes, h.iven't 
heard a Ramsay .M.ic Donald ' 

Oeorge— H'm. I sec. But if you 
took out its' tongue It would have 
nothlne t^ .Vquith 

RpgKle Look h'^rc. In.stc.id ol 
making jokes like that you ought 
to be better emp-Lloyd George. 

Oeonre— Yes, and iif you;^Mtiniie 
to make p'ins like that, you'U be 
Baldwin you're thirty. 



Police said thev understood fhr 
yount;.'tcr was playir.g in the in' t 
when he ran out Into the roadway 
and plunged headlong Into the side 
of s passing auto. 

UMPIRES TO MEET I 

_____ » 

.^n important meetine of the Soft- 
ball ii:npires will be held In Tlie 



justify your 




ie 



III 

•4 •••Mil 



Aa4 Aw mN at M Mcwirf. Wc«M« 



Ai 1 loiM 4><)iiKi, I id li aMM 
Ai > Ui. MM Lfk) KMNn fit a*«, •■^■••ta M 4 aaat a> laafl. 
Ai 1 lid. \^\<t KMUn 1 i I hmn. M f Mka ai laa(. mi m i 



Maynard & Sons 

I AUCnONIBM 

Insini Ird liy the Ownrr. W> Will 
.Sell at the iUHldeiire. IZit Kendali 
Street (Jamea Ray I. on 

TUESHAY, 1:30 

ALL THE 

Fumitire aid Meets 

PIANO, ETcj 

Including In part: klasoti iV H..^(h 
I Piano and Bench. De Kore*t Cros- 
\\tty Electric Radio. . Couches , Morris 
Chairs, Circulating Heater, Centre 



Coloni t board nwm on Thur.-dav jhe nearer the light to subject, the less exposure required. (Distance ' Tables. Reed Chairs and 



evening at 7:30 o'clock. Bob Whyte, from camera to subject doesn't msiter.) If your indoor pictures are 
will be in the chair and will have , coming out too dsrk, try using more light, hsve bulbs closer to tubiect 
chsrge of the cxMntnations. or givt longer axpotaroa. 



SCOTT'S SCRAPBOOK 

I ni l 



By /?. J Scott 



|-!s4|iiiinalu (.lira|i 

Pl'^IOO I've H'>.lIl^v Bineiiietit. f.' r 



. — — . m ^jj^ g^vav jewwry- estao- 

■sr. FN» iiMMia. MM- fH>«htnenlft.irf Flfih AYfniie to rush - 



IlltVOO .i-Kive Room. Stucco, Baa«' 
men', .qaanleh. 
Oak 

' rii «,1M> down. • 

• :2(t.%0 rfiaie,. nel-Wtittr Naat. 

•2 too '>tt» Acre, .Fren. s-nseSn 

B'iri«»lo« 

S^200 Quadra. Rooma, ruih 

Mn.le'-n 

S.tKOO 14 Rnnma. noamlna Hnii«* 

I ; > f I ""ttreTn 
PHOOO l'>-»iiit» Apartir^ni Bloek 

CiMii.f'.ii I.o«. Wnrll, rvi'itlle II900 

paicBs sas aisiNo— nrx 

II. \ r CLARKE - 

un* VATKS sraccT BSSSS 



It seems to be a bit late, but the 
storv comes on unquestionaMb au- 
thority. One of the Winners in 
whHt4>ver It was that happened on 
Wall street planned a. New Te«r's 
pfirty for some of the yoimg ladles 
of the New York stage who restore 
one s laith in hunumitv after a ualk 
on Broadway. Through an over- 
sight the lytanee^ favorite *young 
lady received no souvenir of the oc- 
casion, and naturally pouted. 

"Ml get you whatever you want." 
said he earnestly. "Ju.st tell me." 

"A pencil." Mid she "Thafs all. 
Just a pencil So I can scratch my, 
proRramme- — " 

Tlie winner telephoned the head 
of one of the g^eat >ew<4ry estab 



otit fhe vrr'v fin'^st pencil m the es 
iHbli.^hliH'iit ThLs »-as done. 

The cost of the pencil— don't gasp, 
was $42,000. ' 



BEST VAUUE IN OAK 



BAY 



S''»rrelv pompleten ih,- i - m' e 
•tiirro home ron'alna neien ej-'epti-xi 
ally w»ll flnlih#(1 rminn w:th all miwl- 
•r« featurta. full, eoment baaemant. 
«i*h het-alr. fenieet; sarae*. Pric« 
ineiudfif iorteies. an ilUa ettboui 
dalar. ^ 

^mais catr 



MARA, lAtffr CO., LTD. 



Three fvpe.n of service are prr> 
vided In the Cathedral of St. tJohn, 
Prwrldence, Rhode Ixlend. the High 

MaM of the AnBlo-Cathollc. the 
Mt^rnine Prayer and ^rmon of the 
.Low ChurehrTMm mnA ^/^-H>..,. 

gical evening meeting. According 
to a recent puMk. stgtewBH ef thr 

rector, 'h*- experiment Is meet.lnR 
with .success. A somewhst similar 
plan Is being carried oat in King's 
Weigh Hoti.se. London. Bngland. the 
former church of Dr. W. S. Orchard. 
Opportunity is given for Commtmlon 
gccordlng to both the Anglican and 
Ptw Church ordbn/ the tetter by a 

Free Chiirrh mlni.stir who l-, a cn- 
.opetaung pastor with the Anghcan 
rector. ' 





Elockers, 

B€i^. vi rv tfXHi Singer Hand SeV- 
Inif Mathiiie also .Slntcer Manufac- 
turiiK; Sfwiim Machine l<x>n\,i\ Kx- 
tension l,t\,U- Chairs aiul O.ik Huf- 
Irt, Cm' • I'Ufd ware. I>lshes and 
Ola.ssware, 1 ra Wa«<jn, ii(K»fl Car- 
ne'a. White Enamel and Walnut 
Steel Beds «;»mplete>, Oak' Dress- 
ers, Bedroom' Tables and Chairs, 
Blankets, Sheets. Spreads and Pil- 
lows. Curtains. Hall Mirrors and 
Tiihlf- BedrcK/m Cari>elR, Kttrhen, 
Table anri Chair-.. White ttiamel-' 
P'roiii H n n t: e, KlLchrn rtf-nsil.^, 
Klertrlc Polisher with 1-8-hp. 
.\f'it<»i , I jx t •/ r^ Ton'iS lot of 

Oa;-den Tools,. Lawn Mower, Hose, 
Cultivator and Seeder. Wheelbar- 
rows, ntepiaddars, two-wheel Oart* 

lot of Wood, Etc. 

f)n Vt'W Monday Afff>ti)oon and 

Morning of Hale Day. 
M%YWAM 4 MM . Awrteweew 



T^iERt AsRt FASItR MODES 
-TRAVKi., Stff '^Bte ARK. FftW N\ORK. 
Pic<uRp^<5U t ^ANM^ CART SUIIi5^ 

^Po5l<iOK C AfMAMiMtiAt if7iy HAD-rtMt. 

ADVAN<AC,E -T^^AcT A»4V OLD PLUC^ A 

"HORSS. Mlc^M-r DO SO 1jOM<; it HAP 
^ EAR-^ AMD --Tail. 



I^^ARAtfONS CAN. 
iM^LierkD/ AMD P0I50K 

IM<RODU<lED FROM A QUEPR 
iAUDATloK FROM -THE. SKIM 
— WH»H fUllR.^LS WEAB. 

oiyf FI5H PRoMPtLy 



Maynard & Sons 



AUCTION UM 



■ <a» W S»wyi 



mm 




/ma<^ RK^Mr, My 

MAH , <HEWt »SM'< 
A qOLF COURSE. 
IN AU- oF 



^VlKT RUSSIA. 




4<OMOR«.|> 



Two Big Auctions 

r<lM#"«(l*iv aiirl Kriclav 
At Our Kalesrwm. 731-711 Johnaon 



Our Rooms Are Full for These Balfg 

WeHfiptiflay Sair, 1 :30 

Will include: Almost new modemis- 
tle Oheslerfleld Salte:^ ateo l-pleee. 

nieelv-eovered Tapestry Suite, fjer- 
h«rd-Helnt7,man Player Piano and a 
•mall Cottage Piano, Davenports, 
several Couches. UpholstM^ Chairs. 
Rieetrte Radios, ■eetrle WaJlhIng 
Mnz-hlr,."' rltks pSW), ftlso Bed- 
room and Dlnlng-^lloom.l%tmlture,. 
Range*, KltelMmru«, C3nrt«i 'Taoli, 
rtr , partiddan tt vhieU vUl ap- 
pear later. *, 

Manphig Male a« lt:» 

will include 3 CUnker- Built Row- 
boats. Wire Fraetng. Vegetalikg and 
poimrr. Me. 



MATNAaO * tOIfS. Aiuu 




iBy MfiTtha Orr 




CAN VOU BEAT THA,T? 
6RACIC l<LAN OUT ON 
CUCSS SHB WOULON' 

HAVE BEEN MOCH 
^ HELP. ANVWAV. 



^WITM THIS CL05 I CAN WWIP 
THE WHOCE. CABOOOLC.A/^VSELF 

fLL COUNT THREE. R.bSK IN, 
AMD START SWINGING 
rof? TMFif? MEADS — 



■r 




p ■ 'I ^ 

BEFORE- THEV RECOVER, 
ILL U^JTl(L BlUU.AND 

THK TWO 09 UflLb 

FINISH THE JOB — 
NEAT AND 5WEK.T. 





TODDY 



Remirdt 



By George Marcoux 





'brllere It If I 
M with mj own §9 



I think wa^i teMcr hftv* h«r •■• » 



L/FPS L/K£ 17/. IT . By Fred Neher pOPt:YE 




MAYBE SOME DAY VOU'LL. \ 

GET vouH Ri^wAftp top/] 




BIG CH1£F WAHOO 



By Saunders and Woggon 




ADMIRB 

THE JEWELS ? 
HA-HA? WHY, I 
RECOGNIZK 
THBM !• 



YOUR ^WfiLS ARE 

BUT THE FAKE BAUBLK9 W8 
"PROPS" OM LOCATION , OFF 
ISLAND OFjSUB, FOR M> 
PICTURE 




PIRATE LOVER 




By Segar 



AHOV, IKJ'A . 
BOWKHOOSE ! 




I mi >trikln« him. . . . Tm i 



Jane Dixon Says: 



rmOBUMl IN BUEFt THB WORRIED MOTHER WH08B HI SBA>a) 

liilPFvrnNa MORE MONfv than nr. f.arnh— the man who 

MAKBS THK UWCJONVINCJlNO rROMIHB TO STOP DRINKING WHIN 
■K IS MAKRIEP MOyff ADTIOB VM "ONI MIITAKV 

TroubiM CftntiDt hr made to dl«app«^ar by nibbing th«ni with a wteh- 
IfiK XiDt' Ts dMkr Uiem up w« mutt do something about them, take a 
MtaUto aUnd. mnln * Ann molve, drtira ftt Uw rool Mtd ■ ^ 



of Uwm 




AVE, AVE, 
SIR.'? \MHAT 
IS IT MR. 

P00f>DECK 
PAPPV? 




THEFEI4CE IS DCVJKJ 

• SEACOaJ'S 

COT' 





EASV OfO'A 
PORT OAR, 
WIMPV 



VI PEE. 
VIPEE 




MaMuU Re the KlephanV^ Ghmt 



By J Miliar -Watt 



I ONCt TOan A THORN i / 
Ol/T OF A VILD FLEPMANT'S/ ' 
FOOT IN TM9 AFRICAN 
JUNGLt- 




ItAND YtARS LATER I VAS 
SITTING IN A CIRCUS VMEN 
THE SAME ELCPMAIfT Pl/T 
OUT MIS TRUNK . 

. 




TILLIE THi: TOILER 




AND LIFTED M& 
OUT OF THC 
CHEAP SCATS AND 





RUT M& IN A PRIVATE 
BOX ./ ^ s> 




lafs One Way Out 



Ait-: 



Worried wif«>; Your hunband Is sprr^dirm more money than he 
evru. He IS iiiiinlMK Into drbi snd iii>w waiit-s to mortgnge your home 
•o he can iiavo ti clinking account In tho bank You feci you liavf an 
equal share with him In thr honir-; ymi'vr plnchrtl and planned and done 
without" to help meet Ujc payments. He threatenji to leave you and the 
ehildren unlesa you agrw to iltft a mortcsft. What to do? 

~ If he seeka thr money for no reaam eitoapl to aqUhilder it. better 
go on refusing to be a parly tt> hit noeful vaat*. Any buatend who leaves 
hiA u tfo I" .>uv- she HiMtali on pNMictlat tbelr hont, and thetr chUdrm 
U not vtr>rUi h(dding. 

Paula: Slnoa you are itlll a achoolglrl, you should not take the 
boy'i Ktubbornneai too aerloualy. It he cares enough for yoU he wtll stop 
-ahowlnit otT ' end Uke itepa to re-establlah your frlendehlp. Oo on your 
way wreneiy; be ooTdlal to all your comnkdas, Indudlofl the boy who is 
acunK r.ui^er silly. You neglected to eiiBloee eUnp or self-adtee^ped 
•livelope (or personal reply. / 

Adele: The youn« man sweara hi lovea yoil and that he wUl "stop 
drinkinfc the minute you marry hlra.'^ art a wise young Woman 

who r« ailv vaunts tp h-^lp this niiin you love and to s»ve yourself from an 
unhappv ifinrriiKi* you wlH give him to understand In very plain word* 

that the mlnu'<- In' drinklni;. \v>u u ;',' . on-ld'^r marnUK him I 

i^dfe from ypi"' drinKs to exoevs. inebriate* arc bad marriage 

^^^^^ .lOeei^btt Th« »l'n<«l«»l«. Inc » 

, The month also was warmer than 
iwiaV..tbe mean temperatiire of 
tuiv d^paia beint{ two defyMa.aM«« 
the awrafe. The maximom tem* 
perature was sUty-^hree. recorded 
on April 7, artff the minimum was 
thirty-four, on April 1, while tlie 
April ffi T«*H<»>* IB Tletortft «M«td- 1 mlnlBi«im en the iraai waa t#Bity- 
<| Ibe Kmtmt tor the month by seven, recorded on April 1. 
.l> hours, a total of 2U hour, o« ' Th« toUl ralnfaU for the monrh 
sun&hlne being recorded, according 
to fiffure* uttued by the MetcoroloffI 




By Westover 



rnS A BEAUTlFvrt- Ouaiy, MAC«l-CT'S| 
TAK« Ak MOTtXK f^lOB OUT IM THE 
<10C»MTT7.V 




you cooLO Hiee sor-^Ee,ocry -&zyo 




^ VeA«W,B«-»T X 

-TIME TJa SHOVaJ 
AMVBOCf^ HtX*J TO 

-^OKM TV46 OOCS' 
PCACB/TOO 




^ COULD Tk«0iO4 SOMBOKIK tlpVM TX> 



MJO \AJ \TW fT ^ 




X NSVBA-IHdUdHTl 
or TMAT-^VBJa.M 

AMO TV4CKJ MASBE 

OUT HS^THK 



dixie: dugan 



Homeward Bound 



By J P McEvoy and J. H. iitriebcl 



AprU 



Suntthine 
In Viclorin Was 
jibomJi^rage 



ral Obnervatorf 



amoafi6ill»'1.tl bnehM, >hleh was 
.73 .«r all Hwh aitBfc the averafe. 
Far the first four months, of the 
year the rnlnfAll km 8.M tnchew, 
irttteb was 2.11 Inches belov aomal 




tHBCtt VJP,01XVE-THB '^fF? f 
ROADS ARE GOOD AND TME^ 
CAR IS i^^MAVINC? 






'^'^'^ V r V ) TST. VICTOIttA, B.C , SUNDAY. MAY K 1938 




-.4 



FOR W Wp 

Jurisdictional Issues IMay Be 
Settled Througfi^ 
Of Unions 




SBArnJI April. M (Jf). Rival 
AmerlCAii wMtm mUi m^ ta ftir ftbd^ 

Commift*^ for Industrial Organiza- 
tion salmon cannery workers' unlona 

eunpaicBiBd (onifht fair elNtloni 
ni'xt wMk to aettle jurlMUctkXUl 

Q lesliorvR and rrmove the last ap- 
pHn.'iit ofx^liK !<• to Ala.->ka fi.Nhme 
op^ri^uona, already delayed several 
wceica. 

T^a Natlonkl I^bor H<>Utic>n.s 



iargain Trip H 

OKANAMN 

_FR|MY, MAY 13 



tion 

.AtUe. and May 8. at Portland.' 

workers and iqulimMnt'^rom Puget 

Sound hajj bwn dolaywl .several 
times Uiki yeMP Thf caimery work- 
effc' jurLsdicUonaJ di.spule stalled 
operations this tnontti. alter a pre- 
vious wage eontroversy )iad been 
arbitrated 

The Canned Salmon Industry aet 
last Thursday as a setUement dead- 
line, but extended It bw^uat oTtbe 

I>endlnff election. 

GROUP OF MARINES ON 
WAY IQJNQUNOJOW 

QUmO, AlMll Id 0>.— The tint 
group of mftrtnfT of the Rojal 

Canadiair NaVy who wUl bring to 
Canada the two iorpedo boats sold 

to the Dominion by Great Britain 
were headed down the St. Lawrenct 
klyer today. Twenty «X Qi* |lWp 
boardfv! the liner A.srania here la.st 
night. T en others sailed from Mont- 
rsaL 



rs of the Pacific Fleet at HoiigkongiJj|pj^|y 

_ ^ ^^^^^^^ 



Lv. Vancduvar 7:15 fM^ 



Ashcroft ^7.10 

Tranquillc 8.05 

Kamloops . . 8.30 

Annttrong . , . 10.25 

Vernon , 10*60 

Kelowna ) 
"Penticjon 



From VICTO«IA 

mi. rttum 

.SimiUr I ow F arrt* la 

liii«riM(ii«i« Poialt 

Leave 4mNnsHmi set later iksa Men^y, 
16. Good in coackss eillr. 
Children half fare. 



CSAS. r. msMiM, o.r.a. 

« 



ytrt 



TRAVEL 
BARGAINS 



VICTOtlArNAWAIMO. 

W4 POtT Ai:ilftNI 



C-. 
NAY 



■•■nd Trip 

Victors -Dmncsr ."..Trnnnr. fl.OO 

Victeru-NaRaime 9t>8S 

Victoria- Port AHMnti „ 9<t-4lO 

Victoria -Coartcnay 93. SO 

Corrcipoadinfly Low Fares to Other 
Peiatt 

OtiUtM, S Y^an and Mmiu li 
Half Part 

RrtMrn Limit to Leave Destination Noi 
Later Than May 10, 1938 

NO BAGGAGC CHECKED 
A.k r I,,, 

EipMk i MiMiM Raiway 




Fifty>four golfers from the Empress of Japan. Empreas of Asia, and the Canadian Pacific's shoreaide staff 
at Hongkong, turned out for the tournament played at Fanling Club, Hongkong, while the liners were 
being overhauled. They played for the Aikman Cup, given by Captain E. Aikman, general auparintenden^ 
who iR shown in the centre of the third row Donald Head, extra jtecOQ^jteward of the Emsresa of Japan, 
won the cup. Purser Moir organized the golf tournament, aa wcll-4Uk-« lootbaU toumim«nt and other 



■port!. 



BAROAIN FARES 
FOR f IVE DAVS 



Rainbow Sea Cadets. 



Orders by Tiieuieiiant-Oonwnander 

P. W. Tribe. 

Paradt .s for the Week Ending May 

j 7— Tuesday. Ma;r 3, and Friday, May 

u D I ^ I _ . 1 6. the corps will parade at the Drill 

ft. nanway inaU^rat- Hall for instruction a.s per .syllabus. 

Notice — AU 



E. & 

ing Series of Summer 
Outings Up- Island 



fALTSPRIMC ISIAND 

FERRY^ 



GULF ISLANDS CRUISE 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 
D«lt«hrt«l Cruise Through tiie Gait Isiands, Caltiae at Pert 
Washin«toR. Galisae IsisN, A^m Msed. 
leave V.I.C.L. Defat. 9 s.n. tatw^ 9 4 26 

Peny haves Svarta lay, M s.w. Pare*. Iwi md Ferry I 



DAILY SAILINGS 



Lv. 
Lv. 



Pelfertf Haiier. 
Swsrtt ley ^..^ 



1:15 ,.m. 
9J0 a.m. 



WWNMAVI ONLY-MCnVI MAY 4 
Pelfarrf NmW 1:15 mi.; Lv. lay 7 p^. 



4 :00 p m 

5:00 p.m. 



Fares 



AutomoMas dadnMit MNr). 



^TSc 'le $1.90 

25c 

$1.2S te $2.00 
SOc 




Tredts (lacMiNf tfriver ) ......, 

Motorcycles (including driven 

far Carflier laferiMtise aatf Motor Coach 

inn, iiiTi ■ 



UMIttO 



Wesidenta et Vancouver Island 

have their fa\or)te sea.sons, irlth 
the majority of them^robably par- 
tial to Spring. Jf there is any beat 
to the I.sland .v:ene and ita hi.sh 
adornment of varied-degree green- . 
ery It ean be enjoyed ttt ttia fuU j 
durlnd the month of M«v 

Travel apywliere between Victoria, 
Oourtfnay and >ort Albeml, and 
a person will get full benefit oif the 
XiUnd Spring. Mountain. lake and 
river.sidf are dre.vsed in their best, 
while the air is moderately laden 
wlth-4tie-*oft seenU which only 
growing plant life freeiv afTords 
The motorist enjoy.s all thl.s any 
I day he desires; but an outing In the 
Up-Island distrlcu is not avaUable 
at small eoet at all iSmm for the 
family man who ranrw)t afford a 
nKXlem carnage To fill this need 
the Elsquimalt Sc Nanalmo Railway 
introduced bargain fare excurslona 
with a flve-day tline limit several 
years ago. 

These bargain feres proved so 
popular they have been repeated 
from time to time ever .since. The 
company is repeating ttieae mod- 
erate>prioed week-end outings again 
this season, tl^e flnt one being 
scheduled for next week-end, when 
tickets ix- K<>f>rl coinK On' either 
Friday or Saturday. May 6 and 7.s 
with a lima limit astandinc to 
'Paaaday. May 40. 



C.P.O.a and P.O.'s 
will muster without fall for the 
cial instructions on Friday, May 6. 
Duties for the Week — Officer of 

the watch, W.OJ3. Gurney; duty 
division. White Division; duty 
bugler. Cadet O. FUewood; quarter- 
master, Tiie6day,_I/.S. A. Hardy; 
quartermaster, Friday, A.L.S. W. 
Ra .V. on 

i W. H. H. SMITH. Sub-Ueutenant, 

Cadet Corps. 



Sealing Vessels 
Return . From tee 



With Many Pelts 



ST. JOHN S. Nfld . April ^0 'P — 
Newfoundlands "wooden walls' are 
tied up in harbor today awaiting 
another Spring and dangeroua ad- 
venture in the lee -floea as final 
count of the sc<a.son's ei|ktch showcd 
It was the largest atnoa Iflf. A 
total of aS6.T47 paMa ware landed 
by the .sealing fleet. 

Almost two months ago 1.500 men 
Of the fleet drank to "bloody decks 
and many of them," as the .s« alers 
steamed northward. Two weeks ago 
thay started to aoma home, log- 
loaded and bri^^ht bimtillff flylOC 
from tile topma.sts. 



and win be ^"^M by winchat. Patrtjl 
boeta win gtiiard east aad'waat en- 
trances to the Narrows 

The incoming Canadian Pacific 
boat from Victoria wiU be delayed 
a few minutes .by tha operations, 
which will start at 4:30 a.m. The 
ship Is due at 7 10 am., but Do- 
minion Bridge officials said tha work 
would ba eonpietad by that tima. 

The motor.ship Hlye Mam arrived 
today from the Orient .with IM 
l^aaaenflers, half of them for Van- 
couvw. -fleveral groups of mission - 
ariea with their famllle.s were on 
board. One of the passengers was 
Chief Abdul Aidi Mb Xajl Armad. 
twenty-one-year-old chief oY a 
^all village in Negrlae SembUan, 
VMaral SIlBlliL 



MAIL AND SHIPS 



WEATHER KEPORT 



Usat; 



BBTEVAN U«hl ram; 
JO 00. 41, heavy »*eU. _ 

.«^»p-«*w nm- soeui. MUiBg the depot at a o'clock. 

tut. modrrste: MM: mederaU awell. « y 

PACHENA -Mlitjr rain; eovtheait, Ileht 
J8 9« 4«. niodrrat* iwrll. 

CARMANAH Cloudy, calm. 10 01. hea»» 
•well. 

CAM aBAL»-Cloudy. miily. aoullicaat. 
UsMi ».••) boavy awall. . 



WIMLB88 BirOBT 

OTOKOH^MARU-MI MM AUea 
« a.ak fir yabotaaMk. 



at 



VANCOUVER SH4PPING 



Prince rupert. April 30 (r .— 
Halibut sales on Prince Rupert Fish 
Sxehange today: Canadian. 36,000 

pound.s at rt rpnts and 4 nrnts to 63 
centa and 4 cents, Ametlcan, noM. 



VANCOUVER. April 30 —flea 

triifflr throiiKh the Flr.si Narrows 
will be halted early Monday mom> 
Ing when the flrst cables for the 
new Lions Oate /Irldee nre raised 
The operations will take about two 
or three hours. 
The cablea wUl be laid by scour 



SHTFPTNO CALENDAR 



Big Liner Sailed Last gvi- 
ning for Manila Vfii 
.Way Ports \ 



"Round for Orient poru by way of 

HfiWiiil, the Canadian Pacific liner 
Empress of Japan. Captain L. D 
DougUs, R.NJI.. eommander, saUed 
from Rithet Piers at j 30 pin yi.,- | 
terday with some 260 travelers m i 
all classes, heavy mails and consid- j 
erable general cargo aboard. The ' 
liner dookad here at 4 p.m., embark- 1 
ing a laivr^Slmtber of passengers i 
from Uttttad States poiQta^JS 
maila and ioeal- frelgtrt. 

Among tile Lra\fler6 filing wcic ' 
QraiH Lathe, of the Canadm Stu- 
dent Aasembly; McGMU UnlTaraity. 
who is going to the Interior ol 
China; Mi&s Milly Yard. Chicago, 
who u accompanying Mr. Lathe, 
Rev. C. A. Laplante. Montreal, pro- 
j vtncial superior of the Franciscans, 
i n route to Tokio. accompanied by 
Brotben O. M. Leveaque and C. 
Slmard; Judge and Mrs. C. R. Hall, 
Portland: Mr. aqd Um, F. T. Lop.'z 
and famUy, ManllB; R M. Spilt, 
general passenger manager of the 
Java, China and Japan Line, B.i- 
tBv»: a nd tt ^Jl.^ Magnitson, vicc- 
prcfeidenc ol 'OBBnrtl- 'ar o th e is , San 
hYaiicLsco. 

HfcltC IN MUKNINU 
Cooaing m fram tha ^ East, the 
^:*|iadian Paeific S*. Emprf.vs ol 
Asia. Captam J. F. Patrick. RJiJt.. 
commander, will be alongside Rithet ' 
Piers at 7 o'clock tomorrow inurn- ; 
I'ng, accordmg to word received from 
the ship several days age. ^ba liner ] 
haa passengera, aaUa aiMl aufo lor I 
Victoria. j 

. BxcuBsiON mia I 

The Oulf . lalanda Ferry Company 
and Vanoouvar Isiaad Coach Unet, 
wlU inaugurata their land and wa- I 
tar Otttlnfi on Wednesday next, 
whan ooaehes will leave the local 
depot for SwarU Bay, where the 
Ms. Cy Peck wiU ba boarded for a 
eruiaa throogh Oulf Island waters, 
with stops at Beaver Point, Port 
Washington. Oaliano island and 
Mayne Island. Ooa«h Unea also an- ' 
nounces a mystery- trip to an un- 
known destination thla afternoon. 



TO Aaaiva 

EMPKES8 Of ASIA Philippine!*. China 
•nd Japan. May 3. 

LOCHMONAR^-UiiltKl Kingdom. May 5 ^ ' 

NIAOARA-Auttraiia. New EoaUnd. FIJI ) Navigation Company s freighter 

' Rosebank wka alongside Rithet P»er.s 



MAQUINNA SAILING 
Tonight at 11 oclock the B.C. 
Coa^t Servloe 8s. Prinoess Maqulnna 

will leave the Brllm iUp .Stiert d(X-k-s 
for Port' Alice and way ports on the 
we.st coast of Vancouver Island. The 
Maqulnna lis weU booked up with 
paaaenrart bound for varioiu points 
along the coast, with Zeballos and 
Port AUoe the favorite destinations 
DISCHARGED CARGO 

Frpm California porta, the King- 



and London. 




is the carjou ought to iuy 



and Hawaii. Mtr • 

DRBCHTDYK- Rotterdam 
Mar U 

PACIFIC GROVE -Wilted KIncdom. 
M»y 17 

KMPRESS or ( ANADA - Philippine*. 
Chin*. Japan anrl Hawaii. |gav 18 

PRESIDENT J A (• K .S O W — HUUpvUwa, 
China and Japan. May 3*. ' 
, CMPRE86 OP RUaaiA — rklMepUlli 
China and Japan. May Vt. 

Mae «. . »»«^ 

TO ni.PAar 

PRESIDENT .M r K I N I, r V <9<-aitlrl - 
Japan. China and Philippine*. May II 

NIAGARA Ha»all. FIJI, N(« Ztaland 
and Ainlralla, May II 

EMrRKsn OK A.SIA Japan. China and 
Phi.'i'Pinrn, May 14 

«MPKBBe OP qAWAOA- Hawaii. Japan. 

OMaa aa« nuMwti^M^lHraa 

WHEN MAHJ clom 
AiTsnuLU am nbw aBAMra 
4 p.ai.. Mar 11. Mlasara. 

.ATUN AND TOKON 
_t ».as.. Mav a. II. via VaatMm; 4 a m . 
May %, la via aaatila. 



PACKARD MIGHT 

' • Ale* i-.-^ * ; 



"4 




Jfdifrr in 
year* omonf a 



CmaJa Mr thrt* 



conxiulrra 

,{( c<ir« »M>i» priced from tl $11 
,^.Mliotti el Kictar** B.C. 

Whoa aMNor-wiM (Canada shows a prpi^ 
oouaced preforeoice for say ooe ssoiof car, 
iri i sure >»et thist eaf Is a hHttr car. 



\n<l tor ill*- V*^' t^""** y««"' - J 
fence for the Packard 



Canada 

the I>a.liar.l 



1 :o ) 

rla^^. 



\ 



has »ho» n (hi% prole 
BlghC known a« 

amoaa aU ^ •« tha above prue 
In fact, the totals tor the pa»t three ve«r*. 
when piled on an eitimated price das. 
bativ indicate that almost as many people 
Jv.ukIu u.ir.1 Fight* a« h«iught the aesl 
fH« car* i«mh,»*J in thi* price class. 

If you'll drive and in*p«it the new Pack- 
,, ,1 I iRht. we baMfHrWi ll-qtticWly under. 

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4 WJm., Map aoMB Marr.. via New Tork; 
atr mall close* lie am. May g 4 p.m. 
Mar ■, Chamltlaln. via N#w York, air mSII 
clOOM S 10 a.m.. May 10, 1 10 p.m.. Mar 7. 
Maalalalrsi i;i» May (. Duetwu of 
RMtaeaS: 1 it May la, UUUa. 
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n.lt a m.. Mar t. 4. T. 10. via San 
Prancieee: — 

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VICTORIA VANCOUVER - Si Prince*' 
Marturrlts or Ba Prinreu Kathleen win 
l*aT* Victoria tor Vancouver at l.U p.m . 
a*., Prince** KaUUoeo or S*. Priaeea* 
MarfVocUt arrlr* at Victoria from 
Vancouver at S IO p m daily; 8*. Prlneca* 
l.i>iabi>ih or Ss Prince** Joan will leave 
Victoria daily for Vancouver at 12 mid- 
•lahti as. PtiaooM Jean or 8*. Prince** 
nitaoeth ariu Arrive at Vietorto daily 
from Vanroiivrr at 7 a.ss. 

VlCTORiA-stATTL*— at. Prlae*** Mar- 
cueriu or 8a. Princee* Kathleen wlU leave 
Victoria for' Seattle at S lO p m daily; 
a*. Prineoaa Marsuenu or a* Ptincoae 
Kathleen wUi arriTa.,,M...flft4irta from 
Seattle at MS p m. dollr 

VIC?rORIA - PORT ANOEUS - S* Iro- 
quoli leave* Vlr-iorla daUy for Port Anteloi 
■ t s it «.iB. 8* IroquoU arrive* Victoria 
dailr from Port Aaselcr as 0:U a.m 

BALTSPIUWO ISLAND - Ha Cy Pec* 
:eavci Swarta Bar datlr. errepi wmtm 
day. at t M a.m. and I p.m Mi O; t'f t 
leaves Pulford Harbor daily, esc^pt Wrd 
aeiid ay. at t:l» a.m. and « p a 

BRBITWOOD-anU. BAT — M* Caacade 
RrT-wood at •. 10 aod II a.m. li 
n '^n. 1. X * and S p m. Ma. Caaeeda 
ieavt* MUl Bay aS O JO. 10:30 and 11^* 
am. tl.ia l:Mk »:m * t6 and s so p m 

waar OOaVr— aa. Prmeea* Maqolnna 
laav** Victoria at 11 p m. «« lalk ilia and 
-plat of eaih month. 

SinwrY - ANACORTBB _ Be Rooorto 
>«<•■ >« Sidney daily far Anaeortee «t -» 
p rn 8*. Roaario arriroo atdnoy dallr 
'r-^m Anaoortaa as 1: IS 

wANAiMo-vA wcouy i — aa. mnsssi 

Slain* leave* Nanalmo dallr. eaeept Satar- 
day and flundi^. at T «• a m. and 1 SO p.m 
Ba. Prtaeeaa Klain* will arrive at Naeialmo 
aally oaeopi Batardar and Bonday. at I i.) 
»^ and lai p m as. PrmooM Batao wui 
Mar* Nanalmo on Sotorday aniy as t:M 
I.M pm and S IS pm.i Bi MnMsa 
— Ina will arrive at Nanalmo on BM- 
Mar only at 1 is p m. and s pm aa 
Prtneaa* Baino «1U toav* Naaolma an 
«»l»«»aj« P-w.i as. Ptineoa* 
Vain* wflj arrtve at Banal 
mtr a* 1;U P4a eaa U:M 



yesterday morning diaehargliif cargo 

from the .South 

PIE OVERNIGHT 
Inbound from tha United King- 
dom by way of Poaama, California 
and Waaliington poru, tiie Fumcs6 
Line Ms. .Paeille Bilarprlae. Cap- 
tain John Isdale, wa.s due to arrivt 
»long.side Rithet Pieis dniiiiK ih<' 
night. The Enterpri.se ha.s 200 ton* 
of general caifo for local discharge, 
and will load manufactured doors 
for the homf-Aird pft^MM^e before 
continuing to >tainland poru today. 

Flyer Killed in 
Home-Made I* I a hp 
When Wing t ailed 

FORBT OnOVB. Ore., April 30 

</P). — Harold H Brt«fR-, thirty. 
Beaverton flyer who waa to have 
been married ^tonigHt to Miss 
Marian H. Roach. Portland, crashed 
to his death Friday near Cwijellus 
when hU home-made aiVpianc? 
named . Marian Special,- kMt a 
right wing after a power iM. 

The a ma: dropprd 250 fe<a from 
the fuselage, \n which Briggs* body 
was trapped. He esmplatad tha mf t 
only la»t week 

Briggs had been flying for five 
years. ■> ' _ 



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Marijuana Seised 
Aboard Transport 
Ship at H&nohdu 

HONOLULU. TJi., AprU 30 (>P) - 
J. W. X>oyla. eoatoms collector, an- 
nounced .seizure la^t night of about 
twelve pounds of the narcotic mari- 
juana^ .jibpar^^'the United States 
\ Miv traa-^port Republic. A room 
■'w.crd waa afre.sted. 

Do>Ie said the seizure eras valued 
at about |1.53g at retail prices and * 
waa the largest single consignment ' 
taken in Hawtii The collector t>e- 
llevad the narcotic waa taken aboard 
at tM Oaaal Zone. 

H^LD WEEiCLY SHOOT 



"n»e Rainbow " Ba Cadet Rifle 
Club held iU treekly ahoot yester- 
day at the Drill Rail. Scores out 
of a possible 100 wpre aa follows: 
A' Class. C. Bates M. «. |tawkes 
•1 "B" Claaa. It MHay tS: H 
Davles F Oreenamith M; J 
Lelper go. ' C - aass.. D.-Fllewood 
»i:.L. Sbeppard •!; i. m,~9m\h 
M; A. Andrawa «. 



^WImTs tiM Um Cluiftlns i^iHid 
T«wn, Trying trFliiil tli« B«st 
: Md iChMp^st— Herd's . 




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and Sizes in Summer Footwear. 
Anyhow, Figure Them Out 
for Yourself 



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Brttigh Buika, •stffi '^avy 
crept IoIm. Jm ^^^Q 

Sizes 
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$110 




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strong rubber aolaa with high 
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Leather Foles and rubber heels. 
Also combinations of white with 




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Leather uppers, moccasin style, 
double inner leather soles, with 
* ttrong non-alip outer sblee 
and hetlt. ' Black or tan. 

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Sturdy make, heavy canvan 
White. Brown. Black, Blue 
or Qreen. • | 

CMMranla 

85* 





ENGLISH LEATHER 
SANDALS 

Crepe Rttbbtr Soles 
Children's 

98* » 




1.25 



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Siiiekellk 
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Ladies' Wliite $ 

SHOES 

Sandals, Ties. Oxforda, Straps 
Pumps; low Cubsn and spike heels. Ail 
sixes and.::jri4Cha. VahMa UM.. 



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tiil!!WAREHOUSE" 

^ 2 STORKS 

inenSOVBRNMENT IT. — 1420 DOUGLAS %T 



4 

Halibut Ltandings 
1,947400 Pounds 



f^r^waa IfittMn pounds, 
In April, 1M7 



TO AODWI pBoUm 



PniNCE RLfERT. April 30 O- SHAWNIOA.V I.AKK. Aprii 30 — 
Halibut landings at Prince Rupeit in The regular meeting of the M'lahst 
AprU thla yiMr toUled 1^47.900 Branch of the Canadian Lagloa and 
po ir,ri. rr,n;p*,r-rl •» ! • h 1 «7.a00 'ta Buxlllary will be held at Cobble 
pr< ..ku .11 Mil SMvnr iiiai.th last year. ' HHI on Tuesday (nrenlni, May 1. 

Anwriran landings in April aggre- Both organisations will join to heir 
gat«d moM »^ M April 'an address by Capuin R B Lona- 
the toul waaCilJII peunda. ifMp. .fliat vlce.prcsldeni of tha 
Dm Oaaadte tMal Ipr Apll Ma i 





NO. 119--EIGHH£iH VtAK 



A^ICTOKIA, mUTiStf COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1938 




ARDEN Week la fMt iMcomlht aii 

instliutlon and Is a;tr;ic-tiiiK visi- 
tors to Victoria Iioni lar .md nr.ir. 
'JUut'iis unfamiU^ with the many privale 
tard«n« thiflurv belnf thrown open u> the 

public by tlio roiirtfsy of thptr owner* 
•hould make 11 a, point to visit them dur-. 
\ng the wetlT^ lity 4 to 11 inclusive. 
Their appeal M"lTfrff«li nrtafrtliH nf 

hK' vldual taslr To tli.> AmirleflnDTWIIl 
Appral the Kngiish porcnnia! borders and 
Uic rock gardens. Our gardens, with their 
-rtekt mma alflMidy In exleteoee to receive 
(iplnr pliint.s, arc the envy of all vIsltlnR 
ock garden enthusiast*, and It is true 
(hat rock and alpine lardcns in Ylctoria 
equal to the Imt on this continent. 
Mr!vm>.<( of color combined with scenic 
views make Uie tour of the gardens a 
happy occasion kmf remembered^ by fU 
Who, are fortunate AiMiiili to Tint then. 



HATLF.Y Park, the eaUte of the late 
HutMuid Mrs Jamrs Dunsniuir, is one 
Of the finest and largest in Canada. It is 
compfiied of TOO acres of prtmnraMorei^ 

st.rpam and woodl.ind facing the spa and 
mountains and extending from the high- 
way at Colwood to the liqulmalt Lagbon. 
About 150 acrps arr dpvploppd The casilp- 
Uke home stands in a magnlXicent setting 
landscaped by one of the foremoet land- 
scape architects on this co'nUnent. 

One apprrtarhos It through a large orna- 
mental iron gateway at the entrance and 
* 4mm pMt the eton* lodgo H iho 
kppper aloHR a mile driveway bordered hv 
a virgin stand of Dou'giaa fir trees. . The* 
Whole .pa^ rtitibMec a self- c o m i aid 
mimaii'g iitfte. ^^omplete in 



(very respect. Space forbids a complete 
d'psrriptioa. but the Japanese garden \s 
the most outctandlng feature. Oreat pains 

^efe taken with the details of lu con- 
struction, and today the little lake, small 
bridge, island and tea-house, surrounded 
by everfreen, treee trained In the ptctur' 
esquc Japanese fashion. toRcther with 
Uowering cherries, crab apple, qulfnce, wis- 

^lerla and analae. tnm In fan hUiDm. eom- 

bine to make a dainty picture which will 
live long in the memory of all who eee it 
--^f^mnaUty U the keynou near theh^ae, 
•tag, the Mmth M onrmen nmg * im^ 



terrace approached by imposing steps froht 
the K^rden.s below. . .At the west .side is a 
(ormai Italian garden stanching Jtrithin a 
loggia eorered with wieterta and eUnMnt 

rnsei 

Tennis courts, coae.garden, grcenhouaes. 
tront^ljoola, miniatura etretmi and water- 

hrpia .Tdd to the lntere.st. 
One .should not fall to see the waterfalls 
and rock garden at the pa.st .side of the 
le.^idencr. and tf time permits, % walk 

hould be taiten up the woodlai.fi patJi 
th^t loilow% the bank of Ihe^aiream abo^e 
the n»d • . " 



Mr. and ftira R J. Pendray'a wateratde 

Kardf'ii H.i.i; A ,;d.' on EaquimaK La« j 
goon, is a restful gardeil of distinctly dlf- 
fereat oharoc ter. U ie s urrounded by uii 
jJIver and grejrrttunk'ed alder.s. lovely 
Sitka .spruce and maple trees Approach- 
ing the residence tl^ouih 9' long.avenue of 
sycamore maple trees, you paaa' a XoaoMu^. 
rose (rarden, lawn* and herbarreoOs bor- 
dert. To one lide is a pool fed tii waftr/ 
issiUng from a irotto. and withln*tlk' UtUe 
Uke .HUii'id.s a snm.il! ^'^'■'^■"'■-i nimtd *thitrrt 
Water behind a dam provides power which 
9MfMtm ^^^jnt»t wh ee l whteh pumps 



water Ihrmmli an irrit;alinR system to 
most of the lawii.s In front of the house 
Is a wide expaoaa of ^lear lawn, beyond 
Ahich is the lagoon and the Straits. 

m 

A unique tree is .a Sitka spruce .which 
grew out of an old c edar stump, hnally 
enffulflng tt lltaptRlr. Prrhapa even 

more lnferevMn« than the garden is the 
wonderful collection of 400 birds in about 
Sixty different apeciefl. coUecteil from all 

part.i; o! the world. In the aviarle.s Half 
a do/,en kinds of parrots, lovebirds In sev- 
eral varfetlea. • aplendtd eolleetion of- 

finche.5 and other birds In inrfinrpjvabljT 
brilliant plumage flll the garden wlth.aonf^ 
and real^ Auat be seen to be appraelatod. 
, Charles Lees garden is on the Wm}^ 
Saanlch Road, atKmt half a mile 'pa-^t 
Royal Oak Perched high on a slope, it U 
a knreiy garden full of pleaaant surprise^ 
possessing Iltt.lr rork-bound pfxjLs .sur- 
rounded by alpine plants and choice 
ahruhs. 

Major Parr s gaiden on Mount NewtO« 
Crossroad has been left very much in IM 
natural state^ with the addition of many 
ahrtibe and planu 

Roe. Montat,'!) Bruce, on Mottnt Newton 
Croaaroad. h^u a garden of special plant*— 
moetly alplnest all MMed. and therefore • 

of parttcularjniereil U> the anui'rijr v«!i ) 
u seeking knowiedge It in beautUttll/' 
<Ci/iuinu«d on Pagt 9i 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. MAY 1. 1938 




t>t.v»v^A«>»...watuaii«lflir»«K' I I. ' Ml f UM U...... .HK t m U U A 



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LovCf ActioUf L 




By £udd Wilson Sc^ulbterg 

' . ' .M" " — ~ 




"For A 



LARRY Martin was a bareback rider In 
a circus who broke Into the movie 
game In the early days as a double 
for a Western star who •couldn't ride » 
horse. Every girl in the company used to 
look up when Larry did hla stuff. He was 
a feverish young man with an 
primitive force He had a ■strong, sensu- 
ous face. His agility and eagerness were 
electrlfyinr He wm notent, he eould walk . 
faster than mo.st mm run. he was aggres- 
sive and nimble-brained; no wonder he 
climbed the Hollywood ladder two rungs at 
a time. 

Larry spent two months riding to the 
rescue with the wind In his ears imd the 

du.st In his mouth before he caught, on to 
the movie racket One day he raced over 
bump and swallowed too much dust; he 
couRhed and .spat and had an inspiration. 
■ "Why must I keep racing through this 
lousy duct?" Larry asked. "Why don't you 
shoot lots of ckmeras at me at once fiom 
different angles, and get the whole ehapc 
knocked off at one crack?" 

That was one of the 1^rllllant thingg 
that had been said in Hollywood up tot|j«|— 
time. The director shook his head. 

"When I want advice from you," he bel- 
lowed, "I'll ask for It." 

Larry's suggestion had never been tried . 
bdsrc and i^wu bbrlously rldleulouc. TtA 
director told him to keep moving. 

Larry was convinced that either he or 
the picture budncac would have to go 
"This game Is nutty," he .said. "For 

V, Quiet, 
cny day, you 

Ju.st then a little man irtio called him- 
self a producer reached out and drew 
Larry b&ck Into the Industry. The pro- 
curer told him he had heard his Idea. 
Larry told him he could take that idoa 
and do with It as his imagination dlrecled. • 
ihe producer told him his Idea would, 
cut a shooting schedule on a We.stem In 
half— he must be a genius or something. 

Larry told him he thought he could 
direct pictures a whole lot better than that 
straw man behind the megaphgne. 

The producer said, "Kid, yoti'vc got the 
Job. I'U put you on at cctcnty-flvt a 
week." * 

Larry said, "TTiat's pretty cheap for a 
genius, but Ml take a stab at It." 

Larry's stab cut deep into Hollywood. 
He became the Industry'* first great direc- 
tor. Hollywood was rising like a new , 
world out of the sea, and on Its highest 
peak stood Larry Martin, circus performer. 

Larry Martin helped to give America 
something to do in the evening He was 
Ood's gift to the moment. He was an ar-> 
tist and a pioneer and a dninkard and a 
tough guy, and he c4ught'tha fancy of a 
nation. 

DamM wanted Larry Martin for a thou- 
sand reason.s. Sorlcty women winked at 
his vulgarity— he was a target for every 
little girl whOM InaldM squirmed wi th the 
Itch for a career. When he walked through 
the studio he left a wakt of Ughlng secre- 
tartec. 

THE late twenties wore a nightmare to 
Larry Martin. Suddenly the silent 
screen stood up and screamed, trying its 
voice like a new baby, and the sound .split 
the earth, and futures and careers and 
' fortunes were -swallowed up and among 
them was Larry Martin 

One morning he woke up in a Hollywood 
iMtel with a bad hang-over and very Uttle 
more, and he looked at himself in the 
mirror. HU face was lined with purple 
veina from too much drinking and his eyes 
were glazed a'nd .sunken. 

"Larry," he said to himself. "I knew yuu 
when. Il%ou don't get yourself a Joh.to- 
da'y, I'll see you In hell, and that's a place 
Inhabited strictly by agents and super-, 
-tliors." 

He drew his clothes on Kingerly and took, 
the street car to Cla.s.sic Pictures, Inc.' 
Classic Pictures was tlie brain child of 
Bammy Gllck, Hollywood's boy producer, 
an amoral young man with a cold eye and 
a quick head. Maybe Larry wuuldii't ad- 
mit It to himself, but 4fc picked OUck be- 
cause the older producera knew him too 
w<|ll.' ■ - 

Larry was tense lnslde~and irytng to be 
as casual as po.ssiblo when he gave his 
name to Doc, Uie receptionist. 

"Larry Martini" Doc said; — ''Sure I re- 
member you " ^ 

"That's great," said Laity- he wished 
people wouldn't remember him. "I want 
to .see Sammy Glii k ' 

Doc called Uiick's secretary, Judy Castle. 

"Larry Martin's out herei" Doc sal4. "Ap 
old friend uf mine, remember him? He 
\^ant* to see Mr. Gllck." 

Larry! Larry Martin? ' 

Judy was almost thirty-five. Shb had 
been one of those secretaries on the old 
lot. She had the .same feeiiuK uuw< kiie. 
used to have when sha watched Larry 
Martin drive into the stydio in hl.s Au.s- 
triaii limuuiiate, the only one ol iUi kind m 
the country. One day ^ had been sent 
down to give him a me.s,sai;r on tl\« .set; 
she remembered how he strode across the 
•et to her— she rememWred being flight- 
cned by his youth and hi.s flcrcene-s-s. 

.She was young enough to be shy and ex- 
cited then, and her Bieasage slip ped unde r 
her tongue. It wa.s a dcspcia'c moment 
and he had put his arms around her in 
Itont of the whoto^comjNUiy. taylng. "Take 
It easy,, sister." He wai a fresh guy and 
slie should have minded; she looked up 
Into his face and told him the whole mes- 
sage and Ihe was all mixed up, 

"Can you hear me? I said iMtty Mar- 
tin's out here." ' — . ^ 



out hating hi.s gut.s it hurt his 'pMda; ..lt- 
. wasn't good for his reputation. — j-f 

"Llsten;''^flanimy ntd. ' .*^mhii«t our 
upi and downi^ tbat'a tbt law out iurt." 



"Okay." he saldy"What's your name 
"Judy," she said. "Judy Castle " 
TU btf there; Judy,"' hr said, in tails— 
'rt iglng formi^.' 




you broimh; n\e luck— I lov e y o u; w e'll ' 
knock ihu town dead."/, 
"We?" Judy asked. 

"Sure," said Larry, we're a set-up for 
cacVi other; we ll fly down to T^a Juana 
JLoniiila .aiiil4j£t liitci^ed." - - - 

*'Kl«s me." Judy said. 
"Are ya glad,, honey'' Say something " 
"Hold me, Larry," she said. "Don't let 

tee go.* ^ , 



THE Glorioso was fUUng up. There was 
an air to that place, with Its smart 

patterns of evening ^;owns, the .semln^ide 
cigarette girls, the tailored moguls and 
their panting stooges, ingratiating agents 
doing business aftier dark, beautiful women 
. with wet lips and cool mascara searching 
' for something. The music ;was plt^ytng, 
the room seemed flooded with theatrical 
passion and tango rhythm. 
It was not quite real, this world into 
jwblch.lArr^ Judy e n t er e d, huldixig 
hands and laughing laughing becauM 
Hfe was just too funny for words. 



like a flap L.irry Mattltt had ten thou- 
sand dollars. Everybody saluted. / - 

- *>»e' tim e to caa h In.'/ Judy sald." 

' it was the tbuch of her hand on his arm 
*ra]thiex.lhan the sound of her words that 
made him say, "Okay. I'U be back tomor- 
row night." 

"You are back," she said. "Larry, yovft 
back right now.** j^' 

SHE was right. The room was buzzing 
with Larry ^Marti^. With every mo- 
ment and every |olla'r hrwas beSoming a _ 

better director. "He can still do a betters- 
job than half tiiese punks drawing dowii 
big dough," on9 producer said. 

■ As Larry waS*! turning in his chips, the . 

old producer came up .to Df^itr and Shook 
his hand. -•*.,• 

"Li.sten," the producer said. 'Tvt gul a 
hunch Hollywood needs you-more than 
England do es. How would you like to 
meet me M-ths fiftpefial tomorrow at on* 
o'clock?" 

- "Okay, pal,'^ I.t^rry jtald 



Ljrry Staggered OMt, tmiff Tryiss ta Help Him 
Witheet Ap^ssrim 



"Oh." Judy saMf "BendMlA right In;' 

She looked into her mirror; It was such 
a silly thing to do, he wouldn't even not 
her. She daubed a bit of rouge on her 
cheeks to hide the studio pallor 

She could hear him coming. Should she 



recofnixe him? She didn't want to hurt 
him. Aha felt choked vp. 

LARRY entered as Jauntily as possible. 
This Job was now or nev«r ai\d he 

must be ca.sual. 

' Hello, honey, is the boss in?*? 

"Be will see you in_a.few minutes. Mr. 
Martin." 
Thank you " 

Judy had expected him to tell an ofT- 

(^)I()r .story about waitnip room.;. fSlic had 
found th%change she feared. He was like 
« great voieaho that has becoine quiescent. 
He seemed to be a much smaUel^ man. 

And not as handsome. 

There was a lung silence. . She had 
waited so many years to see him that she 

couldn't think of anything to say. 

Larry waited an hour and fifteen min- 
utes to see Mr. Olick. She wanted to re- 
mind him of th* time he put his arm 

around her ab^^nt -mindedlv on tho old 
lot— she .wanted to tell liim what iL meant 
for her still. 

Finally she said,* "You can go in now. 
Mr.Martta." 

Larry went .in and found a little fellow, 
a daric man with an unajttractlve puss, be- 
hind an enormous desk. Sammy Gllck was 
friendly and smiling— he came forward 
and shook Larry's hand softly. 

fSmmy knew the old-timer wanted a 
job; he couldn't insult him, and he hoped 
to pass the whole thing off as a ;>uciaii;ijai. 
Larry could see what Sammy was trying to 
do. Did this youniT punk think he was 
completely punch-drunk? 

"Listen. Sammy," said Larry. "You and 
me know our busim s . i m not the kind 
of a guy to beat around the bu^h. You've 
got the courage of your convictions— 
you>e got a fresh slant on this racket, and 
you'M going up. I was the biggest director 
1& the game-and- t - w o u ld n 't take ug j[out 
tim« if I wafn't sure Z could sliOeUTM.'' 

'■Sure," .said Sammy, "everybody knOWS 
what you've done, but Uie business Is 
'changing. You ware^ tops in the blood- 
and-thuhder days. I guess'you could have 
give us cards and spades on mellerdram- 
mer, but times have changed. That old 
l:okum Is dead and burled; the people 
want something new, sojinething fresh and 
light; they want young love, action, music 
and laughter." \ . 

"Listen." said Larry desperately "Ev'ery- 
.bodj^ in town says I can't come back. If 
you give me a brefik you'll be %ht white- 
haired boy." 

"W_hy kid ourselves?" Sammy said. 
am now^" '', , * 

Larry beat a retreat. "How about this 
second-unit stufT?" he a.sked. "God knows 
I know enough about this business to swing 

those ." ^ 

*Vut the tempo's changed," said Bammy. 

less politrly 

" "All the people want now Is young love, 
.action, laughter and-^mualcr" Sammy re- 
cited. I don't think you've-goL. 
"<hat sort of thing any more." 
Lnty IO»d up. He felt leaden inside 
Sammy, was uncomfortable; he didn't 
wknt an old-ttoter Uka Larry Martin goii|g 



He fl^ed into his pocket and said, 'TTake 

thLs hundred. You can pay it back When- 
ever you want to." 

, Larry clenched hils fists. 'This hkd never 

happened before. HeVas wondering if he 
could squash this cockroach on the blotter 
of his big desk. 



AND then something slranpe happened. 
Something hidden In Larry Martin, 
some alien thing that Larry did not-rec^ 
ogntze reached out to grasp that bill. A 
broken voice Inside him said, "Thanks. 
Sammy." 

Sammy Gllck's phone rang. It ^as Tony 

Kreuger, the agent. 

"Hello. Tony, howya. ^by." he said. 
Larry wafted I slowly out of the office,, his 

chin hanging on his chest as if his 'neck 
were broken. Judy's eyes searched him 
when he came' out. She tried to look at 
hurt without Pity, and she was able to, be| 
cansa she loved him. To Judy Castle he 
was still a forc^ and a danger. 

"WeU. glifUe," he said, "it looks like thL 

curtain on the third 9teX tof me." 

• What did he say " 

*'He says he wants young love, action, 
music and laughter." Larry said. "He says 

he wants four things I ain't got." 

He looked her over once more. "Take it 
easy, sister." * " ■ 

Judy watched him walking out of her 

life. She was frantic. 

Larry, wait, " she called. He whirled 
around in sUlrpriie. 

"It isn't too lata," she said. "beUeve me, 
Larry. ' " 

He smiled fainUy. "What's it to you?" 
' EveryLhing," she said. She knew it 
.sounded too dramatic -but she didn't care 
—you don't when you've wanted a man foc^ 
sixteen years. 
"On the level," she sald.~'I used to watoh 
^.fpr ypu.on the Qld Jot; ..Jt1J»Mn that long." 
Larry looked at her. fie believed her 
"This is one screwy day," he'said. 

"Larry,'^ she said, 'let, me see you to- 

nlghti let -me help you.'-' 

"Don't wa.st«" your time.'' Larry said. 
I'm an old hat. You heard what Sammy . 
said. I can't give you young love, action, 
music and laughter— that's what JOtt Want 
—that's what we all need." 

"I never did Uke formulas, " she retorted. 
' and anyway,^! take my chances." 
"No." he said, "It's crazy. Its too Lite " 
'j^ti t h.. g «Qp ■ 42ic infiteted. Its my 
turn. The old wheel has flhaHy stoppi^ 
"On my number " 

Judy knew that 'this was the last time, 
that If he walked out ito the irtreet nof, 
and she went back to her dictation, that 
v.as the end for both of them. 

"This wUl ^und nutty." she said. "Tve 
been in love with you for sixteen years I 
was In love with you when girls buzzed 
_ around yon Uke beos. I was In love when 
you put your arm around me on the set 
and forgot to look at my face. I've been 
in' love with you for a million years, and 
no^ there's nobody else— time has gtven 
me A break, and I'm moving in." 
Larry smiled. ' You win ' 
"Can for me at the Villa CarlotU at 
yeight o'ctoek," * 



LARRY drove up to the Villa Carlotta m 
a taxi. Judy came down in a purple 

evening gown Siie must have .spent a lot 
of time on l^er lace— it didn't look so round 
and white. She took his hand and 

squeezed it. 

He helped her into the taxi elegantly 
and said. "To El Patio. ' He turned on the 
radio, It hummed a gay tune. ' Larry 
looked at her and said, "I wish you had 
forced this on 'me filteeu years ago," and 
Judy an.swered. "Don't ba.silly. It couldn't 
have happeiied then; you were too bu-sy." 

They ki.s.sed then, 'for the first time, and 
the driver looked round and grinned and 
.said. "Htre's El Patio." 
♦ "I- haven't felt like this since I was a 
kid," Lapy said as they went in. "Toung 
love, Satrimy Click .should see us now." 

When Larry came in with Judy on his 
arm, people put their heads together and 
wondered who they were. Wally ConnerS, 
Judy's boss when he was productions man- 
ager for Larry on the old lot. looked up 
and said, "Why. that's Larry Martin—:! 
haven't seen the old boy in year.s" 
Conors walked pver \jo Larry s table. 
"Hello. Larry." he said, "where've you 
been keeping yourself?" 

Hello. Wally. old kid. I've been travel- 
ing," Larty skldr 
"AbroadT" Conors asked. 
"rv« Just been traveUng from one hotel 
to another. Jumping the rent," Larry said. 

C onors threw , his big head back and 
roared. ' Still the same old Larry Mar- 
tin." he said, "but on the level, you're 
kwklng swell Things must be Moakiitg 
pretty good for you." 

"Can't complain." said Latry. "They 
want me to make a picture in England, but 
yni> know how I feel about this burg " 

• Sure. ' said Conors. He was glancing' 
ever toward his table. He couldn't quite 
make Larry out, and he'd rathW lot U 'go 
at that before he got involved." 



"ThUra's Iblla Arsons," Be said, "X gotta 

see her a minute Give me a ring, Lany, 
and we'll have lunch sometime." 

. *8i^," said Larry, "they still come over 
to m«— we're in, kid. " 
He picked up the menu and read it from 

. cover to cover. It gave him a kick to see 

those prices agal^. 

• • • • • 

^rry^jfas getting, drunk, and pretty 
soon Judif had a glow on. too. and more 
people stopped over to .say hello, and Larry 
leaned back very full aud< comfortable. He 
HVrbumning to feel his old warmth. ^ 

Judy wa.s drunk with the ec.st,i<;y of all 
this.. She had the exquisite illusion of 
Deing.out with the J,Arry idartln they iall 
wanted to know. 

Tbey both started out and roared with 
laughter all the way to the taxi. "Give 
er the gun," Larry shouted. "Just for (he 
heU of it." 

The If*, started. 

"Young love, action, music and laughter, 
whoopee!" Larry yelled. ' Can you imagine 
that little shrimp saying I don t l^iow any- 
thing about yoont-loTt. aetloa-and-mustc, 
laugh-ter?" 

' Wait'll I get one good picture under my 
Ijelt. I'lljthpw that Utt)e wbrm~I wouldn't 
have hi4 as my office boy. Judy, b^by. 
. .. . . .. - ■■ ^ 



Theywere led to a table In a'comer, or- 
dered more wine and Joined the dancers 
on the floor. As they whirled, they stple 
^a kiss and almoitYilir^feomebody Said. "If 
you want to do that, why don't you get off 
t he floor?" - it- was -Tony Kreuger, the 
tough little kid who used to .be California 
lightweight champ imtil he met Sammy 
Gllck and found out it was a softer racket 
to be a ten -percenter. 

Larry and Judy laughed at Tony. Tony 
glared over at them: he dldnt know wha 
Larry was, so he couldn't be too ftesh. 

Kow Larry was making love out loud to 
July, and the walter.s wInTced, and Judy 
bhook her pngtv, but Larry only kissed it 
and put It aside, ai^g, "We got a rights 
this is our engagement party' Hey. 
waiter, another bottle of champagne for 
me and the bride." 

Tony Kruger looked over and glared. He 
had found out who Larry was. ' Shut up, " 
he growled. 

Larry stiffened. "Who do you. tWnk 
you're talking to?" " 

"Don t give m* "that-^ct," tony saldr 
"I heard all about you from Sammy Glick. 
Just because he's nice enough to give ycu 
a hai.doot today you think you can be a 
■big shot" - 

This was a shock to Judy. She must 
have .oved Larry from way back because 
She still didn't pity him; .she understood. 
"Darling, sit down." she begged. 
Her voice pierced the fog that was set- 
tling around his head. 

"S.<rry. baby," he said. '"l««t's bio*— 
let's have some fun." 

Tony fielt veiy proud' of himSelf; his 
eyes shone like a cat's. 

Lany Staggered out, Judy trying to help 
him without appearing to. They tumbleo 
intr, the taxi, and Larry pulled all the 
bills he had left out of his pocket and 
■ told JiMy to count them. She did, fear- 
' fully. There were fifty dollars left; .she 
would like to tell him to save them, to 
take it easy, but there was no time, ho 
time like tiic I)rt■.^P!lt, no time ljut this 
for young love, action, music and laughter. 
So she said. "Fifty bucks, honey," ami he 
. grinned and yelled two loud words to f|he 
driver, "Clover Club, " and he grabbed her 
chin and kissed her possessively and said, 
'"^OW we're gonn^Jiave^.soriie action!" 
And ^ttdy said, ' Im right with you." 

THE Clover Club is one of those quiet, 
swanky places where big men- throw 
away big money with such ease you forget 
it is money at all. Inside, Hollywood was 
• having an expensive good time. Larry 
stormed in like a mad bull. Judy thought 
he would make everybody look at him. 
She caught a glimpse of Wally C'f)nnrs, 
and there was Sammy Gllck, but Holly- 
wood^ has always suffered fh>m con- 
venient nrar.sightedne.s.s. Nobody tut-ned. 

Larr:^ shouldered his way into the 
crowd at the roulette wheel, and put five 
dollars on forty-three. The whefl q>un 
and the little ball did its dance. 

The wheel slowed, the little ball let each 
number catch it for a moment, then 
Jumped away again, like a flirtatlr us girl, 
until It hopped securely into the amis of 
forty-three. 

Green bills were pushed arross to Larry 
He picked tliem up and crumpled yiem up 

|n his hand carelessly. i"^ — 

Judy said, "Try 21, that's the ;,ear we 
first met, " and the wii^el spun once, a^id - 

- spun again. But 31 didn't seem to show, 
and Judy was nervous— It had to for her 
sake; and the third (Ime the ball leaped 
In. as If it knew it was overdue. 

— Larry had a couple of hundred dollaM 
in his hand. The man next to him said, 
"You're getting to them," aiid^ Judy 

" iiotirn^d that .several others looked over. 

"Then Larry put the two hundred on red, 
tiie^whole wad. and the weasel looked up 
in apprehension. And Judy prayed, and 
red It was, four 'hundred dollai-s coming 
acrd.ss the table to iKeiin. Larry and Judy 



and 1 1 .t w iicr I wt ic 



aj^y; thay wt^e 



SU spinn<iiig around together. 

tarry .said, "Here, Tootsy, you hold 
this • * 

She found a thousand dollars sticking 
to her^and: she felt as if she were com- 
ing out of a faint. There were heads 
rrowdmg arotind. she and Larry were in 
the middle (jf a circle of amazement and 
envy. I^rry was sprln>iiBg chips across^ 
the boards Uke" .w ed.-. 

Somebody asked. Whos that lucky 
guy?" Everybody was b<nrninlhg to won- 
der Someone thought he was a big 
banker from the East, and then Sammy 
Olick cama up and stotxl behind him. 
said, "Latt-y?-^yoU' mean Larry Martin?— 
he was in my office just today/' 

Larry had three thousand dollars' and 
the w h e el w as - still spinning Wa'^y,.. 
Conors said. "Larry— he s , been making 
^MtoMs in tngland.** ^ 

The nam was bolM abova (Im mic r 



As fie walked to the door, a little guy 
with a quick step caught up with hin\. 
"Why, hello. Mr. Glick," Judy said. 

It was Sammy. He put his arm around 
Larry and whispered into his ear. ' 

"Listen," he ^id. '1, liappened to hear 
what that, guy said to you. How about 
dropping into my ofrtce first about tent 

I may have something hot for you." • 

Larry nodded. The wheeHwas .stUl 
spinning He was hot. He would nib one 
producer against another itka flints. Ha— 
would start a real fire again,! 

Larry was his old self, as he and Judy 
drove bactto iitr- VlUa Cailotta. He was 
talking about his comeback^ about • the 
triumphs he would have, and Judy was 
silent, tvondering if tie would crowd her 
out of his world, wondering if tomorrow 
would find them strangers or lovers Tlie 
wheel was still rolling; slie would keep 
her fingers crossed; she would keep them 
crossed forever, remembering this night 
when two old-timers made a symphony 
out of young love, action, music and 
laughter. 

The taxi drew up to the door of the 
apartment. 

"Pull yourself together, Tootsey," he 
said. "I'll pick you up at noon." 

"Larry."^ she said, "you don't have to— ■ 
the night's over— 1 11 understand." 

"I said be ready at twelve. " Larry said, 
and don't keep me waiting. We've got a 
lot to do together— we got a one-way 
ticket to young love, action, music and 
laughter for the rest of our lives and it 
looks as if Sammy Olick is going to pay 
our way " 

Judy hurried inside, she didn't want to 
cry on the street, Just when the sun was 
ending this long ni^lit in wlilch Larry 
Martin had risen Irom his grave to come 
back to Hollywood and Judy Castle. 

(C«Pir»(yht. INS. tiM Ml SyndloUt IM.) ' . I 

FabUs Woven in Rugs 

"^piiE Duchess of Kent, beUevlng in the 
X educational value of nursery rhymes 
and fables, has had them woven into two 
nursery rugs fo^ her children. Prince 
Edward's rug depicts in gailly colored 
Scottish wools seven favorite English 
rhymes. "Princess Alexandra's rug Is in- 
Sciibed in her mother's childhood tongue 
— French^and illustrates thirty-lour o(> 
La Fpntalne's fables. 

' Th wool of these rugs Is woven on to a 

twisted Bcolti.sh linen ba.se of great 
Strength, and it is said they can with- 
stand three centuries of hard wear. The 
circular centrepiece of Prince Edward's 
rug depicts a very lively cow Jumping 
over a crescent moon. On the left are 
shpwA the adventures of Miss Muffett. 
and the spider, Mary, Mary, Quite Con- 
trary, and Marjorie Daw. and on the right 
are Jack Horner, Humpty Dumpty and 
Baa. Baa. Black Sheep. Tlie letters o\ the 
alphabet are printed across the top and 
bottom of the rug, and flgurtt'araptliited 

down each Side. 

-Ail her five names, Alexandra, Helen, 
Elisabeth^ Olga, Christabel, and thr date 
of her. birth m French, are woven on the 
Prince's fug^ which depicts most of La 
Fontaine's animals gathered round a ' 
central oak Each rug contains from five 
to six million stitches, took six girls a year 
to do, and Is ltucrlbed'''Wtth the name of 
the London needlework carpet artist. Mr. 
Pontremoll. whose productiotu are likely 
to be museum pieces later on. 



Olympic Film Complete 

WHATEVER the world may think of 
"Olympic Games, 1936, Germany 
says it iT' one of the finest films produced 
during the National .Soci.ali^t, regime " 
Few films, certainly, ^an liave'beeu shot in 
SO short a space of^time^ that hkvr taken 
so long both in prejjara'iori and subs'" - 
quently in cutting and makuig ready for 
the screen. 

Owing to the special nature of the nim, 
preparations were begun months before- 
hand and Miss Lenl RiefensUhl, slim 
brunette director, who is a friend of 
Hitler, had worked everything out in a 
soft of Aim scenarto book. With a dally 
plan of work, before Atha-games began 
Beff)re the actual games started, 120 0fK> 
meters had been shot of the torch relay 
race from Greece to Berlin and abnost 
400.000 meters of film were shot during 
the sixteen days of the games. Fvom 
thaM huikMds «f tteasmdt or ttiMifs 
of nim Miss RiefensiTahl produced the 
final .work of two parts, each >^00j|^ meters 
In length. 

jnittling the athletes without gettlhg 
too near them during their performances 
.w2s one of the *major difficulties. Miss' 
iMgfWiiUhl says. . 






(CeaUAiMd nera Pag* 1> 

■itttatefl overlooking the rolling rountry 
fid e. The, garden contains a wuodUnd 
arM and lui Interesting eoUeetlon of IHb. 
H L Salmon's garden Is on the West 
y fiaanlch Road. Watch for his post box on 
the left side of tlii« road about a mile past 
Mount Newton Crossroad and follow the 
woodland road opposite It. This waterside 
garden overlooking the Saanlch Arm is 
unique In Its character and atmosphere.. 
The giant arbutus trees everywhere give 
> It a restful charm, which is enlmnced a» 
the eun, seen from the west, b^tt down on 
the s!f)i)ing garden Rock gofden, peren- 
} nlals and shrubs grow In profusion around. 
./ the ylne-coTered bousf . 

o Thursday, M#y J_ ^ „ _ 

MRS. David SpeQcer's ganlen at 2906 
Cook Btreet is situated on the filgh- 
rit hlU in Victoria, and Is one of the show- 
gardens of the city. It commands a su- 
perb panorama of the city and. district In. 
all directlon.s Hore you cart fpii.st ybur 
eyes on color, huge drifu of wallflowers, 
itiMpe i«»«^K>eotsis. The aubretia, which 
has naturalised ererywhcre In the rocks, is 
]ustj«ft itfiwlme. Wide beds of rhodo- 
'-^ — d e wdron e 4wid aaealeM bmtler the steep 
«ntranne driveway. Japanese maples, 
dogwood, Spanish fir, weeping sequoia, 
J weeping purph beech, deodarm cedars, and 
cholsya are among the int^n .stin'.; trrcs 
and shrubs. To the side of the house 
irelty pergola, covere d with 
cllmbinf roses and banked with wall- 
flnwers A greenhouse, pdbis ant^ a new 




EXAMPLIS- OF AITISTTC PLANNING OF LAWN AND CAIOIN 
Ounng Spring Garden Week, Mjjr 4 to II, two score gar<i«M in Vktfrii »m4 district w ill b« (hrawa open t» inteccHM ky ^ttdm Wveis. U tiiitkm. tWHii will Hw tknuA 

■Mr mM w Hsl sscttses w>m iwess igtfc si tWi fci IM UplMii wW fce e>|i>^ ' 



rockery in the makin g , are other - f ea tur es 
of thU attraittlTe garden, with Its castle- 

like home. 

Ooi. 4, L. McMullen. Tyndall Road. Gor- 
don Head, has a large estate featured by 
spacious lawns and ornamental trees and 
shrubs A seaside garden skirted by a 
150 -foot clifT. it overlooks Cordbvl*Bay and 
commands • a maRnlflcfnt, vii-w of the 
BtralU and Islands l<> the north. James 
Island. Sidney Island. Sali.sprlng and San 
#ttaa Islands. Spring bulbs, polyanthtis 
and wallflnwrrs fcifurp the Spring plant- 
ing, to be followed shortly by a beautiful 
display of Oerman Itj/ In many fine varie- 
ties bordering each side of a long garden 
walk. To the east of Ihe home is a fine 
rose garde» sumnindad by a trellis on 
which grow some partleularlr line climb- 
ing roses. 

Aviaries contain a lint collection of 
canaries, fdwl and ornamental i^eas- 

ant.s. 

The rockery, surroundnig a miniature 
pool, is one of the most unusual In the 
world, being rompn.sed of fo.s.sl]lzed wood 
. Imported from Alberta. It has not the 
garish effect that one might imagine 
existing when using .such foreifrn miitrrlal 
In a rock garden. Along the edge of the 
Cliff ai^ naturalised daffodils and anemo- 
nies. and a beautiful wnodlimd niith runs 
for a quarter of a mile down to a rocky 
point at the went end of Bt. Margaret's 
Bay. 

The ' Welcome" sign Is ever out at "In- 
glenook." the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Warden. SS40 iStplewood Road. Both are 
kren gardeners and take particular delight 
ki doing the work themselves. They spe- 
•laHse im penoalals, particularly iris, 
primroses, polyanthus, pan.sles. columbine.^ 
and paconies. and are ever on the lookout 
for worthwhile neW introductions. This 
year they have secured plants of the 
much-heralded Russel lupin, which should 
be-lA-bleom this Summer. To the average 
person the mass rolor will appe.nl, while 
the variety of perennials will be the chief 
attractloa to the gardes eonnolsseur. 

Odd garden ornaments of wood, .itone 
and shell are scattered through the gar- 
den. Old fashioned fumitory and 'Crown 
Iiaparlsd hold their place with the mod- 
erns, and double daisies grow by the paths 
In seeming freedom. 

Canarlea and doves in an open aviary 
pour fi>rth their snng.s Into the garden. A 
unique feature is a gigantic bal-sam flr tree 
■taMIng hi the garden like a gigantle 
Christmas tree 140 feet high 

New additions are constantly been made, 
WIS nf Uism belhg aa old sundial recently 
erected, maili la IdiDburgh In 1<7S, which 
tcads: 

"Amydds' ye nnwro.'^ I tell ye houres 
Tyme wanes awtvy as flowres decajw ' 
-i^.Bcycgid ye tombe freshe flowTPs blnome 
Soe man shall.ryes above ye skyes " 

There is much to be seen in "Inglenook" 
all through the Summer, and visitors are 
always eorAalty invttiul^, 

M!."w I. Ortlvle's home. "Glennr.T " at 
2880 Lansdowne Road, In the Uplands, 
e o ntains one of the best-kept smaller gar- 
den.s In Vlrtnrla It l.s devoted rhlefly to 
trees and shrubs and contains excelleot 
specimen^ of evergreens, amongst which 
might be mentioned the barberries and 

^^otoneastefs bdrdertng the front door, ^ 

^heather, and the valuable but llttli-used- 
bamboos and ornamental pine.s it ron- 
tAlns a Ti^ce specimen of the beautiful 
llquldambar tree which is rom;>aratively 
rare in the.v part.s. 

To the roar Is a model rut flower and 
vegetable garden with fruit trees and vlnea 
neatly • trained in espalier fa.shion on the ' 

/•fence. On the left of the drtvewrfy Is a 
rock wall covered with a mass of nepeta. 
campahida. rock roiM an4y^ks. Beau- 
tiful lawns, a tlnv pool, ro.se-rnvered 
tefica, and a pet crow complete the pic- 

' WW W tli B a uBie T iMi it i r B ra. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kershaw",^ garden, Mr- 
AnaUy Road, almost at the end of Ten 
.Iflle- FDtnt. Is one of the most easterly 
gardens on Vancouver I.shind and lncl» 
dentally one of the e.irliest. A lovely dis- 
play of early tuiips were, io bloom in 
March this year One can always be cer- 
tain of 



Interesting rock and woodland plants grow 

Ih the le.s.-j-exp().sed and .shady sec turns of 
the garden. The garden runs down to 
the seashore and surveys a beautiful pan- 
orama of the strait bespeckled with rocks 
and islands uif Cadboro Bay and Oak Bay 
with the Olympic Mountalns^rising to the 
Sky In the far distance^ 

"Drumadoon," the home of Mrs. Fred 
Robertson. Sinclair Road, Is perched high 
on the hill, overlooking Cadboro Bay and 
th^ Island.s beyond The charm of this 
garden is lis sweeping lawns bordered by 
Shrubs and flowers, the home draped with 
wisteria and Bo.stnn ivy. and ths superb 
view of sea and land. 

Colonel Sharland's former residence. 
"Queenswood," Is one whii li never fails 
to maintain interest year alter year. Sur- 
rouhded by trees, it does not possess a 
view, like .so many of Victoria's gSTden-s. 
yet its skillful landscaping of natural and 
artificial features makes It one of the most 
attractive in Victoria 

From the outdoor living-room o^,the 
house one looks across a wide grass ter- 
race to the lawn beyond, bounded by a 
rockery on one side and on the other sidej 
by a circular arbor for roses, clematis. anc^ 
other climbers. Beyond the rockery lies 
a quaint little formal ro.se garden-; Vari- 
ous broom^i, daphne cneorum. azaleas, 
flowering cherries, crab apples and mag- 
nolias are amonp.st the outstanding Spring 
blooming trees and shrubs, while litho- 
spermum, aubretia. and alyssum help to 
complete the color pirturc on the rockery. 
The little rockgirt pool deserves particu- 
lar mention because of Its attractive set- 
ting and planting, as al.so does the infor- 
mal use of mixed Darwin tulips in the 
borders. . 

Monday, May 9 

'HE home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. D. 
-££naber_tgn, at 595 Foul Bay R oad, is 
characterised by a nice balance bf lawnT' 



rockery, bog and water gard ens. Like 

many Victorians, Mrs. Pemberton Is usu- 
ally to be found busy In her garden, and 
her chief Joy is in collecting her. oaia 
plants from the wilds. Nice collections of 
heather, dwarf Junipers and smaller co- 
toneasters are -to be found here. The 
woodland, bogi and 'lake areas are largely 
furnished with native plants Flower bed.<! 
In shades of pink and mauve border the * 
garden, while colorful rock planis, Jap- 
anese maple.s, flowering crab apples, prae- 
cox broom and other siirubs are attractive 
at this time. A lovely rock wall is sheathed 
with pink saponaria and blue campanula. 

Mrs. Lennox Irving's garden is 'next 
door, at 515 Foul Bay Road, opposite the 
end of Chandler Avenue. A ' Japanese 
bridge over a boggy dell strikes the visitor 
as he enters this garden which has a more 
mature atmosphere. Some lovely rhodo- 
.dendrons. large specimens of native scrub 
pme and Garry oak grow well here. 

E. P. Walnwrlght, at 2015 Runnymede 
Avenue, has a fine rrTITection of evergreen 
:?hrubs. of which the azaleas, rhododen* 
drons and heathers are at present making 
a nice display. Some very fine specimens 
of pernettya, wreathed In deep red berries, 
are Just past their best. The approach to 
the house Is bordered by a mixed planting 
of Spring flowers. — 

The home of Countess de Suzannet. on 
Denison Road, high up Gonzales HUl. has 
been termed a literal hanging garden. 
There are few other homes which have 
such a fine view eastward, sweeping as it 
does from Trial Island to Mount Baker. 
Ihe garden contains a fine collection of 
trees and shrubs, particularly dwarf ever- 
greens which are all well established Co- 
toneasters in variety, are used in profusion 
to clothe banlcs, cover walls and huge* 
)»iicks. The R.irden illustrates what ran be 
done under extcemel;^ precipitous coi{- 
dttlons. ^- 



A. H. Patterson, who lives next door, has 
a lovely little garden behind his* house. 

He hasNaeen, very careful to preserve the 
nativaXioirsl Natiyp -sh rubs ^lynk a beau- 
tiful stretch of sloping lawn which is 
thickly planted with erythronlums and 
Liiium columbianum. There are some ex- 
cellent exotie shrubs and magnificent 
Clematis montana vines in whit* and pink 
cover the portlcal In front of the house. 

"Eagle Crest, " the home of J. Q. Worth, 
273 King George Terrace, is of particular 
interest to tho.se who favor trees and 
shrubs. This excellent collection, partic- 
ularly the evergreens, has already acquired 
an air of maturity, although planted only 
J.hree years ago. The garden runs down to 
the rockbound water's edge facing Trial 
Island. 

Bdajor C. D. Steadman's garden is lo- 
cated on the lane leading off Fairfield 
Road to ihe wireless station on Gonzales 
HiU. Quite petite. It contains an inter- 
esting rockery, withjixcellent dwarf trees 
surrounding miniature pools,-4rue cedars, 
table pine. Jack ptne and maples. ' - 

J. N. Hatch's garden, 183 Barkiey. is on 
the south side of Gonzales Hill, from 
which a fine seml-clrcular view of the 
strait Is obtained. An acre in size, it ex- 
tends high up the rocky face and contains 
unexpected little lawns, pools, many fine 
trees and shrubs. Two glass-sided Sum- 
mer houses overlook the garden and sea. 
Endless paths take one through a wealth 
of flowering plants, most of Which are 
several weeks ahead of other gardens. 

E. D. Todd's home at Newport Avenue 
and Islaxtd Drive will appeal to those who 
have an eye for color and balance in the 
garden. Overlooking the Oak Bay tJolf 
Course, sea and mountains, the well-kept 
lawns are flanked, at this sea.son by beau- 
tiful borders nf mixed wallflowers, one 
of the finest displays in the city, which 
never fail to excite the admiration of all 



r mt» see tttem. A rockery, gky with color. 

but toned to the right degree with a 
Judicious -Use of evergreen and deciduous 
Shrubs, stands In (hmt of the dwelUng 
and together forms a harmonious picture 
which makes thu one of the show gar- 
dens of the dty^ 

Mrs. c. F. Armstrong's garden at 'the 
end of York Place contains many interest- 
ing features, a rose-garden mterplanted 
with pansles and dwarf sweet peas, a cop- 
servatory. aviary, banks of trees and 
ahrubsv rhododendrons In full bloom, an 
outdoor swimming pool and a unique 
fernery containing licorice, maidenhair, 
swuid and utiier native lerns growiuK ui 

.^profudon. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Coward's home, next 
door at 16U5 York Place, cuntams colorful 
_ > platings of tulips, forget-me-nots and 
wallflower, which a.te a feature of lhi.> 
garden each Sprmg. Flowering _crab 
apples, beautiful Japane^ maples, a huge- 
bu.sh of Berberis stenophylla, wisteria- 
covered arthes, banks of aubretia and 
(German- iris already in blomn, are amongst 
the subjects of interest. 

A spleiidid maruie view of Oak Bay 
and the adjacent island 'a waTOTohe frmtr 

■ the garden of Mrs. G. Hepburn. 1069 Beach 
Drive. Opposite her gate stands a gnarled 
— Oarry oak tree, one of the most pic- 
turesque around Victoria. A beautiful 
• roc k e ry li e s to th e left oi the driveway 
containing many choice alpine plants. 



together with sun roses, saxifrages, yellow. 

auriculas and a collect ion of British Co- 
lumbian peptstemons are amongst the 
host of Interesting plants which give 
color to the rockery in the Spring. 

At the back of tiie garden is a lovely 
Iris, garden, including many ehoie* varie- 
ties, with standard flowering trees dotted 
m the beds and flowering qumce, species 
of roses and their hybrids planted in the 
surrounding shrub borders. Interesting 
trees aiid shrubs dot iho whole ; garden^ 
Magnolia stellata, labufnunu. niay treei^ 
Dophne cneorum and the brooms, prae* 
cox and kewensis, are all m full bloom. 

At the side oX the iiouse is Jj sunken 
rose gacden surrounded by "^^lavender 
hedge, planted entirely witli the poly- 
anthus rose "Dislinettpn," with Bartl- 
gon" tulips, myosotis and viola ' Jersey 
Jewel*' planted between them. Nearby is 
a naturalistic pool surrounded by choice 
ahnibs, masses of primulas and bog plahtsj' 
which extend on into the adjoining wood- 
land, Paconies, wallflowers, tulips and 
myosotis to the perennial .borders com- 
plete the picture of the lovely garden 
._.iWlthJUi tiie Jvy-covered walls of JArs. F, 
87Nichors gariien~a^ 18Sa Rockland^v- 
enue, and beyond the oak shaded lawn 
one comes on a formal garden 

planted with "Blood Red" wallflowersrr 
tulips and myosotis Between the paving 
-stones H»loom Sprmg gentians quHe bappy — - 
in the dlfncult f>osltlons. 

To the north are 1 1 cuu ndou.s climbing 



Visitor Finds Religion 
Plentiful in Hollywood 



By RK\ I>R J K UNIiV^ ■ H I H 

RETURNING from a two-months' sUy 
in Hollywood, the writer desires to 
testify 40 the distinctly religious 
character of this very be|iuti(ul district 
of the City of Los Angeles. He Is aware 
of the totally different reputation it bears. 
To many, if not most people, it visualizes 
abandoned gaiety, divorces aplenty and 
Wickedness galore, in high places and 
low. Hollywood, In fact, has Ijecome an 
International synonym for some of the 
more undesirable phases of American 
lifp 

The present writer does nol wish to 
pass an'<H>inlon on the validity of this 

inipresslon. He would not venture to 
evaluate tlie varying forces at work in a 
-eoinmunlty as Iddividuallstle as' U this 
cvntre of the moving picture Industry. 
All the bad thmgs said about It may be 
true. The columns of its own evening 
newspaper disclose. Indeed, .vime nasty 
Stuff. 'It may be that in Hollywood, with 
"tts-flair for publicity, the worst things 
rome to the Mirface, and there may not 
be any more wlckfdne ss ^per hundred 
thousand persons than -in any • other 
American or Can.i dian.-Wy. Mo Mtt- 
mate ts here proposed. ' 

Rather. What the writer would attempt 
Is to pass ori sOTn? of his impressions of 
the religious forces with which he came 
in contact. First of all. the publicity 
f i r of th,e Hollywood Chamber of Com- 
>Trf rce carrle.^" a "iwg* * directory of 
Ih? churcUu's.'and believe u or not. there 
are sixty-nine of them, a i onsuit rable 
quota for an area estimated to contain 
170.000 mu\s. The ^Iflces are worthy of 
their object One of them-, the First 
Methodist Church. Is a most satlsfymg 
beatft4ful structure that colt $1,000,000. 

The Saturday Church Page of The Holly- 
wood Citizen -News carries a goodly ll.st 
of invitations to worship. Take the issue 
of February 19. Bert are ihe regular-line 
churches well announ'^ed There are 
eleven Roman Catholic houses of worsliip. 
nine Pk«sbyterlan, seven Lutheran, .^x. 
Dl.vlple.^ of Christ. "i n * veil Met hodist Epis- 
copal, five Congreg ational, three Epls- 
eopal (which rr>r-.'eypnn-'S to Anglican in 

JrawiOfeMti mmi asprist - • ■ . 



The wider list includes three Christian 
Science churches, two Spiritualist causes, 
one Unitarian, and the University Bible 
Chtirch. Then there is Besant L6dge. 
Theosophlcal Society. Institute of Relig- 
ious Science. Unity Truth Centre, and 
Ubena OatboUe. with most of which 
readers of the Victoria church pages are 
familiar. Peculiar to Hollywood are 
Swami Prabhavananda, leader of the 
Vedanta Society. A. K. Mozunular, -pro- 
pounder of the New Messianic World 
Message; the Church of the Aieehded 
Masters, and The Hope of Hollywood. 
, page as a whole suggests a con- 
siderable body of religious life. 

A spectacular eviri» m e . f the com- 
munity's religious life are the Easter 
suilrlse services, more particularly thoee^ 
of Hollywood Bowl and Forest Lawn, 
wiiich were estimated to have drawn this 
year more than 90,000 persons, while it 
w.is yet dark."' to meet the rising sun In 
iif fitm.Qspbere of. the gxeaX fact of the 
Resurrection of Christ. How far religion 
motivated the hoits that climbed the hill- 
sides must be left to conjecture. The crit- 
ical might inquire how far does pure 
religion enter Into average churchgoing? 
It remains true that for two hours on 
Easter 'morning, in surroundings of great 
beauty and {Iramatlc setting, the souls of 
the audiences were under the spell of 
Christianity's major episode. The mui- 
Meut of the ct*y showed their approval 
of the occasion as a religious opportunity 
by taking the leadership of the service 
at Hollywood BoWL 

And well they might. Few places, if anyj 
excel this natural amphitheatre for the , 
presentation of drama, music, pageant or 
religion Shut away from the fiU^rt world, 
with no human habitation aUowed WUTiln 
vision, here is an audito rium fit ted by 
nature and science for a receptive Easter 
attitude. To rise at three or four m the 
morning becomes a means o^ grac e. Mxnw 
the vast space hang the stars, the full 
moon is waning in the West. It is as if 

' one were- outside ierusalemr during those 
iT^fx'haT hftUf* TiShg cenTurles ago. 

. ... As lain t tinges of ro?e ,^feij|y|i^n the 
etstem sky. upon the Bowl's rini" five 



salute to the new day. In response the 
audience of 30>000 rise in the uplifting 

strains of "Holy, ftoly. Holy " Invocation 
and response by a purple-robed choir of 
100 voices. Mark's story of the first 
Easter, "Now upon the fir.st day of the 
week. " Then ca^e the most thniiuig 
moment of the impressive service as, sud- 
denly, casting off robes of black, a living 
cross Qf white-clad children arose to exult 
in "Christ the Lord Is Risen Today." 
There was other music, messages, and 
with the closing "Hallelujah Chorus" the 
sun burst over the hlUS. 

A eommtmlty that comes up to the 

Easter services at the Bowl, at Forest 
'Lawn, at Robidoux, and a half-dozen > 
other trysts, as to a great festival, baiust 
be credited with, to say the least, an ap- 
preciation Of the beauty In religion. Be-. 
Sides, there Is^Pilgrima^ Play, where the 
Divine Story is enacted the Summer 
through in a quiet spot off Cahuenga 
" Pass. 

In contrast with the Easter demonstra- 
tion of religion in Hollywood is the un- 

^obtruslve service given ail the year 
through by one of the most alive Young 
Men's Christian A.s.soclations on the 
western side pf the continent. Co- 
operating with seventeen churches.- It as- 
sists In carrying on thirty-nine boys' 
groups under the church roofp*^esides 
twenty -four other TfOupl. through which 
about 1.300 boys in all came under 
definite Christian guidance. Sixty basket- 
ball teams play under its surveillance and 
400 boys go to .Sumn-cr camp- Last. Sum<^ 
mer 2.300 boys from Soutiieru California 
spent: the day in Hollywood aa the as- 
sociation's guests. Bustne.-.-like item*, like 
these spell rehgiop'in capital letters to. 
thoie who -know, nh a t th e> T.M. Oi A. -le?^ 
Of religion so plentiful m the movie 
picture city that it is Exported, of the 
movie star who' brought a score oj more 

.^«cl)olar» t o « unda flgHo8^HMt«P»f odda 
and end.s of fact.^ and Impre.sslon.". the 

'..It0i:y must be carried over till next week. 



Thames Barrage Off 



By J, TOWARD MORCROM 

* t'iixiiVB.M u b«lieved. to the bombing 
1 al rolanf. the proposal to build a bar- 
rage across the Thame.s to Woolwich has 
been abandoned. It was planned to dam 
the MVer and so mainUln m constant level 
of water above the dam all the wav to 



The grounds contain maiiy flowering trees 

and shrubs. Outstai^lng tcrv the Spimg roses cover uig' a fence sixteen feet high 



mid Mediterranean h'eathers. There are 
also excellent large -specimens of the 
native scrub pine which seems to thrive 
so well along the seashore in this vicinity. 

O. MrLynes' garden, 539 Island Road, 
features little views and vistas over the 
lawns of rockery and pools, flowers and 
shrubs which maintains an unusual in- 
terest In a garden of such moderate si/e. 
It shows very careful planning and thoi- 
ough preparatlon'on the part of the owner. 
Ma.sses of the native Kinnlklnnick and 
Puius contorta are used eflectively in the 
barren rocky sections At present the out- 

• standing plants In bloom Include Spring 
gentians, rock ro&es, Daphne cneorum and 

.Viburnum earlesl., An unusual hedge is 
to be seen compo.--ed of Cotoneaster ir.ni- 
cheti. Mr. Lynes is particularly Interested 
in paeonies, delphiniums and rhododen- 
drons, and has a fine collection of each 
of them. 

Major Keith MacDoagall's "Wllmot 
House," U70 Hampshire Road, Is, ap- 
proached through a woodland planted 
with Spring bulbs. A spacious lawn 
dotted With immense oaks stands in front 
of the Ipvely Tudor home. 

Wcdnctday, May It 

MRS. B Wilsons garden. 1770 Rock- 
land Avenue, is a colorful picture ol 
beauty, balance and harmony. Hie ap- 
proach to the hou.se with its wide terrace, 
sloping rockery and steps cushioned with 
rock plants has' been the subjtet for 
illustration in garden literature both here 
and abroad. Asaleas, clemabis, lovely 
masses of English wood anemones, huge 
drifts of Spring heather, masses of au- 
bretia, particularly, the varieties "Car- 
nival," "Bridesmaid" and "Lavender," 



shippmg to pass up and down at high 
Mde. ■ * • 

The project has been the subject of 

acute controversy for year.s ft wa.s ad- 
vanced by an organization known as the 
Thames Barrage Associa/tion. and was ad- 
vocated on ti e grounds that a tidele.ss 
waterway woull enable barges to load and 
unload at all times, that mud fiaU and 
foul odors V ould be abolished, that 
bridges would no longer suQer from the 
scour of the ides, thii communications 
would be impiovpd by the road and rail- 
way Which thi barrage would carry and 
that large areas of land would be . re- 
claimed or immunized from hooding. ' 

J.'rom an engineering standpoint the 
scheme was generally regarded as quite 
practical a lact which Will doubtless be 
noted by the Vancouver people wlio for 
years have urged the builouig of a similar 
barrage across Second Narrows. In fact, 
DO less than f^ve seu of plans have been 
submitted. ( 

• , •• , ■•• 

Obviously many great inlerf .sts would be 
allected by the ( (Mi.structign ol such -a bar- 
rage, and it had been arranged that on a 
certain date an mquiry should be held. 
Counsel had been engaged and all was 
reidy-4or the fray. 

Then, the day before the inciuiry was to 
begin, the Port of London Authority was 
informed that the Committee ol im- 
perial Defence considered that the con- 
structipn of the barrage would have ve.y 
serious disadvantages fr^m a defence 
point of view and that the Oovemment 
would be compelled to veto any such 
project if promoted. The Uiqulry was 



called <rir.' 



No reason was given tor the view taken 
by the Committee of Itn'perial Defence, but 
It Is understood that its objection was 
based on the vulnerability of the barrage 
to bombing from air. A breach in the 
dsnr ar^ow tide' would reklasc the huge 
mess of water behind It and eiuse aa 
-a ^paH lng dLsaster. 

^^s a leading London paper remarks, 
WO H insnHaeratlon which seems suffi- 
ciently obvious and decisive to put an 
to farther discussion oqce and for aU> 



Teddlngton Lock, between forty and fifty 
vbttc-clad figures appear, tnunpetlat ft mUca. Locks in Hit dan woiald enable 

■ d. ' 



'Under the Soviet system there now are 

243.700 collective farms In Russia, with 
18.500,000 households, or n per cent of all 
peasantain the eonntry. 

' When sre broken bones useful?— When ' 
thet begin to knlu' 



while towards tlie bottom of the garden 
is a well-kept kitchen garden, dahlia beds 
and formal rose g.irden. Each garden has 
plants, trees and shrubs wiilch are out- 
standing amongst those seen in Victoria. 
In Mrs. Nichol's garden are the kolquit- 
zea, or beauty busli^ bpaiush lir, blue 
spruce and pink dogwood. 

W. H. Moison's L;ardcn at 1663 Rockland 
Avenue contams- outstanduig trees^red- 
wood, monkey puzzle, copper beech,. • 
Japanese maple, true cedars and a very 
large holly hedge sixteen feet high and 
aoout twelve feet thick. A rockery stands 
within tlie iarfte circular driveway. 

Miss G. B. Irvmg s garden at }001 Ter- 
race Avenue has a charm of its own as 
one approaches it past tlie wi'eping 
Willow which drapes tlie Uttle pool at the 
gate. TbM garden possesses an excellent 
view of Oak Bay district and the StralU 
beyond. Wallflowers and tulips compose 
most of the show- in the garden, while the. 
walls covered with Jasmine, ciematlS'aad 

roses look most efTectlve. [ 

Out^anding in the garden of D. J. 
Angus. 1617 Rockland Avenue, are the 
clopped hedges of laurel and Ivy with 
broad lawns and masses of tulips and 
wallflowers. * 

A. B. Morkill's garden at IhO Pemberton 
Road possesses an old-world ciiarm hard 
to describe adequately. Rock and wood- 
land gardens contain many rare treas- 
ures, many of tiiem nativ«. A formal rose 
garden is flanked by a pool on one side, 
the pavement being planted with violas 
and Engiisii daisies. InLtresting features 
' include the tep-foot^vy hedge and the 
polygonum, climbing roses and clematis 
growing on the houjse. 

Senator O. tt. Barnard's hedge-bound ' 
garden. 1462 Rockland Avenue, contains 
mteresting oak, poplar and sequoia trees. 
A fine bordCT^^ paiebnies are in full ' 
-bloom. Other features are i:,r luikery, 
pool, rose-covered ajiple tr<ie, ivy clad oak 
and the honeysuckle, flowering quince, 
jastuine. clematis and wisteria grOwlng 
on the walls of the luni.se*. 

W. H. Davles" home .at 6\9 Coventry 
Street illustrates what can be accom- 
plished* with a rock-covered city lot with- 
out excessive outlay. Ma.s.ses of aubretia 
and other rock plants are the featiire of 
the Spring display of flowers An aciive" 
volcano, garden pools, rose pergola, and a. 
nice selection of ornamenUl trees, boUx 
evfTgreen and de<'iduous, enhance the 
beauty of the garden. 

Lady Barnard's Elizabethan home. 
"C'lovelly, " at 701 Sea Terrace In Esqui- 
malt, with Its sea-girt garden Is one _ 
Which typlAes the atmosphere of Vietoria' 
probably more th.in any other. It is JUSt 
at its best and deserves to be seen ' 
garden lovers. The collection bf dwarf 
maples In the Japanese gardens is pi th 
ably the best in Victoria, while there is a 
fine collection of dwarf Japanese trees 
and sbfUbs growing In pots On the west 
■>e kl e. s tan ds a beautiful log Hummer house 
complete with stAne fireplace. The ad- 
jacent WOodhiiid Is pUanted with poly- 
anthui\i -Spring lowering bulbs, ferns and 
natives. The portico and house, covered 
wi!h clematis, flowering quince, roses, 
Bo.st'in i\y and Jpismine are Very efTectlve 
as also are the many vine -covered trees. 
Interesting specimens are the "elegans" 
variety of Cryptf/mena Japonica and tree 
^)a^on^es. Space forbids fuller details of 
ih(^ features of this lovely estate. 

Dr T A Rlrkard s garden at 429 La^p- 
son Street contains a large seml-wlld 
woodland with magnlflcent specimens of 
Dnugla.s fir. on^- IflO feot high Nearer the 
house it Is^ornamented with perennial- 
borders, lawns and rockeries. - ; 

Oovertirnent House contains (h^ "largest '"■ 
garden In the city and Is maintained by 
the iProvln^t Oovemment as the Lieu- 
tenant -Governor* residence. A " lovely 
tea-h9ttse overlooks sweeping lawns, tree- 
line^ avenues and long borders of trees, 
shrubs and -perennials \ ;>i 'h it-ad* paei 

the peetty pool, through t/ie r* rnery deep 
in the shddOi o| tyes and across the 
road to the formal rose 'garden. South of 
the residence is the rr^k garden. Nearby 
is a newly-developed area planted with 
rhododendrons and SMtias *-milll 
shady oak treea 

The enclosed cut-flower and vegetable 
garden is a ntoodel of neatness 
servr^ a visit, as 
house. ^ _ 




• • THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. U^Y l, 1938 




TUB flr*t luoon I remember wm the 
oiift^at Ksqulmalt and for years I 
knew It only by hears^ as the main 
source of the crabs In. the fish aheps of 

Chungraues and Wriglesworth So little 
, WM I acquainted with its geography that 
on my first visit to it my companion Mid 
l' found ourst lves At- the wrong end and 
attained the spit by ittlpplng and wad- 
ing through the waist-deep channeL X 
ought, of course. In have known better, 
for the Esquimau Lat o-.n is of oid fame m 
the annals of shlppniK this ^oast If 
only because It lies behind the famoiis 
JRoyal Roads, there lu bygone years the 
vessels of. the Seven Seas lay at anchor 
and there was scarcely a day wiu u Vic- 
tocfiins Ipoklng across the liarbor en- 
trance could not see one or more saiUnff 
ships under the lee of the Colwood cliffs. 
_ It was abmit thp same time I first dis- 
covered Wiuy s Lagoon. I had been ex- 
ploring the volcanic rocks about Albert 
Head when nearlng Metchosln I saw » 
tempting by-road and, followed It down 
hlU towards the sea. There suddenly and 
__i!n5xpcctcdly I came out oh a sttetck of 
niarsh and pool lying behind a bar of 
sand on which JiLood at its extreme poini 
at that time a larpe open shed. The tide 
was fait runnmg in and before I had 
finished -tlw water-color sketch I worked 
hastily at. th^ salt-grass was fast disap- 
pearing below the invading waters. It 
glnrlmis Bummer day. the cystant 
sea ju.st broken by a westerly Into white- 
caps and the Olympics faint and far away 

tw a l > iM h a a e. 

The other day I came down to Witty's 
Lagoon with a friend when the tide was 
lower than on previous visits. A broad 
stretch of sand lay moist beneath the 
afternoon sun. Its reflection of the sky 
gave It a bluish color that contrasted with 
the warm flnt.s of the cUfTs. in many 
places approaching red. Over much of 
the sands the retlrini^ waves had left eon« 
spicuous ripple-m:\rk.s, those curious, 
closely-spaced ridges which may be so 
preserved by succeeding deposits as to be- 
come fossilized. I have found them thus 
in the hne inter-glacial clays of Cordova 
Bay cllfTs. The shore was sUewn with 
seaweeds of various kinds, chiefly red 
ones, and among theae the well-known 
edible one known as ''dulse**^ was quite 
plentiful for our shores. In and about 
the lower boulders were scores of 
"purplei," sheila corresponding In out- 
ward appearnn(#» to the "wliolks" or 
"buckles" of the British Isles and once 
cbsterf carts. This ioctl 




l^ttte. slender and sUfbtly bent needles 
of tlUca. It has grown about one of the 
wirier species of red eeaweeds, 'an ff- 

rangement undoubtedly sati.sfartory to the 
sponge and without matiieri^al loss to the 
alga. 

*■ OveL the sea the gulls ro to and fro 
according to their wont. A flock of blue- 
blUs numbering at least two hundred is 
performing wonderful feats of flight high 
above the water. It suggests the manoeu- 
vres of an army under rei^. They fly 
away and then suddenly as ff at a word of 
command the whole body of birds under 
a common impulse pivots and comes, fly- 
ing towards us. Thep another wheel and 
again they change their direction. In these 
movements the play of color, though seen 
at the distance as only black and white, 
adds greatly to Uie beauty of the spec- 
tacle. - — „ 



The Blue Collinsia 



Uie 



fey BMnM iTMriift. SmrtM 

TYPICAL SCENE IN HONOLULU 

A Gr«v«~ef TsN CocMwt TrtM, a Familiar Sight ia HmmMii,. Wktft the Niiiiyt NaHve Ywtki '^ATsk" \tp Hm TftM. A Paw al Tliaai May la, Saa* is Hm Phatafraflki 



familiar on 



carts 

species u.sed ti> be called Purpura crls- 
pata. the wrmkled purple, but I believe 
later authorities favor the naine Thais 
lamellosa, the plai'ml Ih.il.s Where au- 
thorities dltler. you and I caii afford to 
be Impartial, and as the shells in question 
are frequently both plaited and wrinkled, 
we can Just take our choice. It is in color 
Variation very like the British purpura, or 
doR-perlwlnkle. showing white, orange 
and dark brown colors with more or less 
banding as well as pure white. This 
British species gives a purple dye 
ejg-laylng time with the purples now. 
and they are surrounded with masses of 
thelr plhkieh white eggs. 



Obviou:ily an animal of sedentary habits 
and. fitted to hug closely a rocky surface, 
it is particularly InterestinK because It be- 
longs tp a genus found. I believe, only 
almg the Pacific Coast of North America 
and the shores of New Zealand. It is known 
as Steller's Cryptochiton. The chiton- 
pronounced "kiton"— Is well represented, 
and here < !(jse by It s- larger relation is 
one whom death has visited. Inside you 
can see the elgh't plates of its com^und 
.shell, a bright copper-Krfen in color, but 
the slirinkmg of *the girdle has broken 
some of them. When a live one is taken 
the animal bew;ins to contract protectively 
after -the manner of a hedgehog, a pro- 
cess fatal to the "butterfly" plates, and so 
when it is desired to preserve the shell - 
pieces it is necessary to fasten tlta animal 
flat to a pleqe of wood. Our cryptochltM 
has its shells completely coVen-d by the 
girdle r hence Its name, which means 
"hidden chiton," or "hidden coat-of- 
It _J4__mall." In the chiton the girdle extends 
round the plates, leaving them exposed to 
view. There are several species of chiton, 
but^tnly one cryptochiton. 



Strange Creatures 

LYJUO m ihf sand 1s1s strange-looking 
object .ihout seven inciirs lona; and 
three and a half wide, rounded at the 
ends and with a slightly wavy outline. Its 
color l.s a dark, dull red, and on picking It 
up we see that the back is covered with 
little dusters of tiny bright crimson 
hnir.s. net in the finer structure of the 
• girdle" as this covering Is called. Turn- 
ing it over, we see the ynder-parts: they 
resemble tiinse nf a limpet, 'to which. In 
fact, the creature \% very cl6sely related.^ 



y cl|a 



Among the Rbckt 

THE chfTs above us are sections of the 
gppat dcpn.sits inade in the inter- 
, glacial period and so correspond to Cor- 
" dova Bay. Perhaps from — ttie great*?" 
area of Iron-slUcate-bearlng rocks passed 
over, these sandi, as we have seen, are 
much 1-edder than those trom Oormtwant 
Point, north to Cowlchan Head. They are 
cut by numerous gullies, and it is plain 
that a good deal of shore erosi/on Is tak- 
ing place. At one place we cross a little 
stceam. of fresh water making ita way 



across the sands to the sea. But we are 

getting away from the lagcjou, altliough 
the portion of the beadh below the clifT is 
part of the barrier to which the lagoon 
owes Its existence, and If we went further 
on we should come to Fisher's Lagoon 
and yet further on to Weir'9 Lagoon be- 
hind Parker Bay^ AU of these are related 
to- Witty's La(?oon by virtue of the bar- 
riers that separate tiiem from the sea. be- 
eau^e these barriers have a common origin 
both mechanically and physically. 

Lagoonsi^Are of two types. The first la 
weU Illustrated In the "broada" of Norfolk 
In England: * . 

"Plata white the nutfah 1^ the peeaa 

mingles." 

and by the lakes In the delta of the 
Mississippi. They are formed by rivers m 
their estuaries or deltas and are not in- 
frequently aided by the sea whose cur- 
rents build up the outside restraining bar. 
The second Is far more the work of the 
sea. thouRh streams may contribute a 
little. It is illustrated by the sur roundings 
of Venice, th e C ity uf Lagoo f it. H*^e W» 
have a broken twenty-mile barrier cast 
up by the waves to enclose a great area 
of salt marshes and lagoons among which 

rises the Queen nf tlic Si as with her net- 
work of canals and hundreds of bridges. 
Esquimau,' Witty's. Pliiher's and Weir'i 
Lagoons are all of tha second type. Orig- 
inally the sea has cut out a bay in the soft 
inter-glaclal depoaltt. Then the ear- 
rents along shore have carried the 
waste from the sea-fronting cllfTs and de- 
posited It at the mouth of the bay. The 
focussing of the action of the waves in 
storms In conne6tio|k 'wtth prevalllr 



winds further helps lo strengthen the 
natural dam. Thus all these lagoons face 
the southwest whence comi sqme of our 
Worst Winter storms. 



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Near Albert Head 

addition to the lagoons mentionedi 
there'lp another small one to the north 
side of Albert Head. Trivial as It may 
seem, it has Its barrier and its channel 
for the Ingress and egress of the brackish 
water It occurs Just at the southern ex- 
tremity of the long cllfis of the Colwood 
delta, and so pairs with Esqdlmalt 
Lagoon. This is a post-glacial river de- 
posit, a delta built out into the sea by a 
large river flowing from the Ice as It re- 
treated up the Coldstream- Wolf Creek 
Valley. Still another occurs at Ocean 
View Park, beyond Cowichan Head, 
where the barrier Is very broad In pfaceis 
and .shows with great plalilne.ss the effect 
of storms. This lagoon is at present not 
connected with the lea, bat Is a salt- 
marsh of larpe extent with many Interest- 
I ng features to the nature-lover. At 
time*, as a few ireara agor the sea drlvei 
the sand over the barrier and for con- 
siderable distances across the lagoon, but 
its' actlotr now seems that of buildhig up 
the land rather than wearing It away. 
The old cliffs which mark Its former work 
are now froai a quarter to half a milt 
hack from the sea. 

Returning to Witty's Lagoon where w« 
left our cryptochiton reposing on 4he 
sands, we pick up as we go one of tha en- 
crusting sponges which grow out In the 
deeper water and are washed up from 
time to time This one like a piece of 
White, felt, but ^xe hftlrs of the fabric are 



X 



WALKING aloujf the bar with 
lagoon on ourySeR I Hft ffSSOyta- 
terested In what my friend has brought 
me here- to see— the c;ppious growth of the 
blue collinsia on this apparently infertile 
piece. The ground even at this hour 
When the shadows are begmning to 
lengthen and a nip Is in the air Is blue 
with the ftower^^ It remlnHsT me of the 
way they grow 6n the sandy slopes of 
Cedar Hill. Looking .more closely at them 
we see that \he plants are very small, 
though the flowers are of good size, and 
that the leaves and stems instead of be: 
giaeii art nf n purpliah^iad^ This recaUjL. 
the "very small" lesser Tpalnt-brush or 
owl s-ciuver. as the Callfomians call the 
genus, Orthoca^pus pusilllus, which grows 
al.«o in sandy pieces and has dark 
purplish brown leaves, stems, and even 
flowers. It usually grows only a couple 
of Inches or so hlRh and niake^^ Utile 
more than a purpiisli misl ou tlie ground, 
•o that few people except botanists notice 
It. The lowly growth seems to have 
■omethhig to do witli the purplish color for 
the undersides of leaves of several flower- 
ing plants often have this tinge and it is 
common among liverworts and mosses. 

We have seen no land birds until sud- 
denly we notice a flock In the branches of 
twin oaks. And by the way, an oak is 
about the last kind of tree you woui^ ex* 
*pect to find- growing in a lagoon, even 
althou'^h It's preci.se location Is now above 
the welter. But. there they are, well- 
formed and Tlgorous young trees, quit* 
large enough for the two of three do/en or 
more Brewer blackbirds that are perched 
amoofe their branches. The blrds'are be- 
uveen us and the sun, so to get a gopd view 
ol them we have to make a detour. In 
doing .this we have <y cross a few shallow 
ditches made by the water in the soft bot- 
tom Underfoot the vegetation Is almost 
Wholly Salicornia amblgua. or the "doubt- 
ful" glaaswort, still lying in the drab and 
withered cerements of Winter. Were It 
Summer, we might see It in the clutches 
of its own particular species of dodder 
who.se orange threads make wide nets 
across the salt marshes. A pair of kiildeer 
plover rise and pass overhead with t.helr 
bea utlf l ft aprlii gy flight. Utmhii g tflelr wild 
strident cry From one of the ditches^ 
rises almost at our feet a Jack shlpe,^ ok 
Wilson's snipe. Off It goe.<» zlg-zagging ih'~ 
that singular manner that makes it the 
Joy of the practised gunner and the^de- 
sp«lr of thq'tyrOb ' ■ ^ 

Called Blackbird 
Y now we have worked our way round 

.so that the ll^ht falls nn the black- 
birds. ' And by the way, what misunder- 
standings and long explanations our pop- 
ular bird names lead us into' I am often 
asked, "^Lre there any blackbirds here?" 



To answer that question Intelligently It Is _ 
neces^iy to hud out what tlie quen&l 
-meMM by ^laekbird," and this is a mat- 
ter of where the .said querist hails frpraT^ 
. If from the British I^les it Is. of course. 
'^'^ the dusky yeUos*bllledc aweet-singlng 1 
relative of the thrush he has in mind But 
if from anywhere on this continent, he Is 
thinking of birds related to the starling. 
Of the former kind we have none, but of . 
the latter we have the red-\vint;ed black- 
bird, the cowbird. and Brewer s blackbird, 
of which the last la in the male by far the 
blackest, though he has iridescent tints of 
purple on the head and green on ihe body, 
^but the white Iris -of the eye, really y&I- 
low, makes by co'ntra.sl the darkness 
feieate r. The females are lighter In Iri- 
desceiit browns and greys. - They have 
apparently no M)ng except the rather 
harsh and sometimes whistling notes they ■ 
make v.iy. n in company. It-Is not uopleas- 
int; scarcely any birds voice is. The 
members of the starling family are In- 
clined to be gregarious: the Brewer's 
blackbirds arc, like the cowblrds and red- 
wmged blackbirds, lovers of society In 
the Fall of the year tlie Brewer s and the 
red-winged are Often to be seen togbther 
a." they migrate south. The Brewer's seem 
to be more conunoB "ut in the direction of 
M e tchosh i and East Sooke: at least. I have 
met with them more frequently in that 
area. The red- winged are, of course, in* 

wlielher It be a little scrap of bofgy 
grc^und or a lake's boi;deiw ,v 



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•Magic Uft ■chnwl 



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IT is time to say good-bye to the lagoon. 
As we climb the lont^ .slauway t\hlch 
tlie sliding «f. the cliff threatens and^waljL 
along under "the trees to the car,'"! ,thlnk 
of the magic of the word "lagoon." It 
seems to have come Into our lanKun";.* 
early in the seventeenth century, and by 
the end of the eighteenth century was well 
established In the .sense in which U Is used 
hereabouts. 3ut It Is almost absent from 
British geography, and Indeed from niaps 
generally. It .seems t« be on mariners' 
(harts we have to look for It. and It Is 
because of Its connection with seafaring 
men that It has that exotio flavor. It 
c omes of Ita han and Spanish parenta^re, 
but the Spaniards use It more generally, 
applying it to Inland lakes as well as the 
separated fragments of the .sea. It »o 
Venice we have to look for the significance 
It has in the minds of our chart makers, 
and .somethiiiR of her t';reat days .seems to 
linger in the word. By the way. In the 
South. Of England they call the long lagoon 
behind the Chesll Bank on the soutliwest 
coast of Dorset the West Fleet and the 
East neet. Of this Important geographi- 
cal feature Messrs. Lake and Rastji!) .s.iy. 
In their "Textbook of Geolf)gy ': "One of. 
the most lmiK)rtant accumulations of 
shingle in this country (England) la the 
well-known C'he il Beach which borders 
llie coast for many miles west of Portland. 
Behind the shingle beach Is a long narrow 
lagoon, known as the Fleet." The word 
"fleet" occurs quite commonly In English 
place-names and appears to have been ap- 
jilied to any arm rir channel of the .sea or 
, place where the:, tide came Ih and oyt. as 
an estuary. Thus along the south bank 
of the Vorkshire Oiisc before it Joins the 
Trent to make the Humber we have Ouse- 
fleet and Swlnefleet, and on the Trent, 
Adlingfleet Along the c<iast of I.lii'-oln 
are Saltfleet and Wainfleet and Sui fleet. 

Along the coast of the United States 
fiom New York south and into the Uulf of 
Mexico lagoons abound, but they Jira jutt- 

ally known as ' sounds." "bays," iuid bo« 

caslonally even liaii)ors" 



This UJeek's 13 est Books 



on the Quaea Mary. This modest book 
both mtertalnlnt and enlightening. 



bt ijhrary lUERvica 
"Europe Today," by Oeorg« Sherwood 
Eddy. Prepared since the return of Dr. 
Eddy's 1W7 seminar from Europe, this 
volume contains six chapters by Dr Eddy 
him,.self on present conditions in the prin- 
cipal European countries, and steno- 
graphic rejiorts of addresses j;iven to the 
seminar by ten important statesmen and 
students of international affairs. If Is a 
portent inns hnnk Its conclusions: lai 
the world must either yield to Hitler and 
Fascism or It mus^ fight them; (b) wT 
must at once be up and doing to build the 
new social order as the only end or goal 
that pan save the world. A highly Inter- 
esting but brief summary of conditions in 
Germany. Russia. Spain and the Scandl* 
navlan countries. 

"I Speak for the Chinese, by Carl Crow. 
Short succinct account of the present 
situation In China, with some explanation 
of the Japanese Ideals and intentionlr; Tha 
fiuthor is a veteran observer of the F ar 
East, where he resided for many years. "I 
Sl)eak for the Chinese" is the axuwer to 
the man In the street's quest for some- 
thing between newspaper accounts of 
bombings, attacks and so forth, and the 
volumes that dl.s.sect and detail the mo- 
tives behind the years of distrust and 111- 
^wUl batwaen Chins and Japan, — T he his * 
torical sketch, which fills up most of the 
book, concludes with the outbreak of the 
orseeni flfhtlng. 



Roman Empire, Inspiring them and giving 

the whole a new life.'' and (2» that the 
civilization has been threatened by the 
Reformation knd capitalism In the 
ond by Cnrninunism in the present." The 
author reviews the historiqal background' 
and suggests ways of saving civilization at 
the'tlme of crisis.. . . 

""Sentenced to Adventure," by Serge 
2olDtoohln. Serge Zolo escaped from Rus«- 
by w ay oi Sweden in 1918, when he was 
only eleven years old His father, the 
^youi,iKest general in the Russian Army, was 
killed ^FHl^lSVfr jdlSIers durtng^The-Revo- 
liitlon The author de.scrlbes In this vol- 
ume his early life In Russia, aij^i his sub- 
sequent adventures as a policeman Ih .Al- 
berta. as a rum-runner, .sailor, war rorre- 
spondent in Shanghai, and Journalist.^ 
Zolo 4b«s hot and has made an en- 
joyable, book out of his varied life. 

".Maria Ttieresa. the La.<<t C o/iMrvative," 
by Constance Lily Morris. A sympathetic 

biography nf Austria -Hungary's famous 
Queen, which emphasizes the personal 
side 6? ht r s > ory hut does not omit the 
I and historical background. . Tha 

ke\!ii) ( Is the charm of the heroine: Euro- 
pean po ltt ic a artd the-changing sociafrtm- 
— 4it-»on8 of the eighteenth cental are 
.iketched in .simply and briefly as indis- 
pen.^able' background. This Is an exceed - 
hiRly Interesting book, wvll wrtttca an<l 
well dbcumanted. . " 



"American Memory." by H. B. Sheahah. 
A collection of contemporary writings 
which trace the history of the United 
States and portray the life of the people 

from the earliest .spttlements to t h a» Pr es l - 
dency of Theodore Roosevelt. ^ 

"When China Unites," by Harry Gannes. 
"An Interpretive History of the Chinese , 
Revolution" (subtUlei. After a prelimi- 
nary chapt^'r, the book beqlns with the 
revolution of 1911 and ends With events in 
the early mont,ha of 1937. R is written 
fiom the point of vlew of an American 
Communist. 

"Goliath: The March of FasciRm." by G 

A. Borgese. A deflating account of the 
rise of MuVollnl and Fascism by a brilli- 
ant scholar who knew Mussolini personally 
and who looks upon the present Itallarf 
situation as enslavement and tragedy. 



Death of Boatswain Turned 
Happy Picnic Into Tragedy 



F 



Tslsto al OlvUisatlMi." by HUMre Be)^ 
loe. Thia book contains the matter of a 
•ourse of lectures delivered at FordhaA 

University In the Spring of 1937. Its fhesin 
Is (1) that "our Wesl;e.rn civilization was 
matft by' the Chtholie Church «atherin# 
Up - tht social tndltloas of tha Qxacco^ 



"Coming, Sir!" by Dave Marlowe. AutO* 
biography of bave Marlowe, a waiter in 
hotels and restaurart.s and • steward on 
ships all over the world. He has had ex- 
citing expcriancea in bootlegglrig and. 
JmuigfUng la nifht dubs, and as 



"Home Crown." by Dellg LUtfS. K com- 
volume to "CounCfy ^Uj[£hen ' In 
tlUa t he a uthof te'lfa mow irt^rfea of her, 
family and' particularly of her mother's 
-cooking, giving reeipes for some old favor- 
ites and the menus of Smlfliy night sup*,", 
pers. scIimmI lunches, strawbefly TeArvSli, 
etc. There are f ^w characters whose 
metnorl^'cn' lmagU|iatlons would not be 
stirred by this book. It has tlie unlver.sal 
quality of those tales of childhood which 
are spun, in. thoughtful mood, ftround' the 
lire of. a Thank.sgiviiig evening. 

A famous boxerjfweut t<>ji restaurant 
and. fearing hla eoM might be stolen. 

attached a ticket which read: "Owned hy 
a famous boxer, w.ho will be bacl^ in five 
minutes." 

When he returned for his coat a little 
later all be found was a ticket whi^ 
Mad: Taken by a chadipioo q^ter, 
wbd ta not coming back." 



«y OaOROK BONAVIA 

^ rFTY-EIGHT yeara is a long time for' 
a memory to la.st. but the writer be- 
lieves there are stiU a few rcsi i» iits 
of Nanalmo or Wellington who remember 
the tragic fate In 1880 of Thomas Pollard, 
boat.swain of the British sailmg ship 
Maggie E. Seed. — 

\Yarm Summer sun pourecriiown from 
a cloudless blue sky on July 3. 18S0. and a 
gentle breese from Ihe sea combined to 
pro d y ye one of VanroUvet- Island's many 
perfect days. NanatfflV "people In large 
numbers flocked to Wellington on that 
day'^ coaipete In sporting events for' $300 
In prizes donated by proprietors of the 
Wellington Colliery. The varied pro- 
gramme Included everything from tiigs- 
of-war to foot races and coralc CMtests 
for the children. " . 

During the afternoon, Thomas Tottard; 

boat.swain on the Maggie E. Seed, then 
loading coal at Departure Bay, became 
much t il e yi wm ' f or \h1nk. While in- 



wrists to a roof support. Drake left him 
cursing volubly. 

One hour later, picnickers were thrown 
into consternation by a shout of fire. 
Several groups made a rush to the barn 
to release Pollard and five horses tethered 
^within. 

Choked by billowing i>niijke and .seared 
by tongues of flame fed by hay and dry 
woodwork, four men forced their way into 
the building In an attempt tOyilxi ke off 



cf)n]ecturpd that he dropped a match In 
attempting to light his pipe. 

Constable Dra'ke stated that he had 
departed to find a magistrate wiien the 
fire broke out. It had been his Intention 
to have Pollard tried on the spot /or his 
behaviour. 

The Jury returned a verdict that Pol- 
lard came to his death by a fire oc- 
casioned' by himself, either by acrldent or 
Otherwi 'v No blame was altaciierl to 
6rake. It was furthermore suggci>tcd that 
,a tiroper jail be built at WeUlngton. 

Thiis did « happj ih. wu- swiftly become 
a tragedy to be^cmembcied luc- jnany 
years. 

. ■ — : . 

Seek Afictent Treasure ^ 



foxlfcat^d. Tie ehgafted IH 1 «oray qiUKIl-* 
with anothcxjtailor from the ship, 

Others at the picnic were drinking, tfui 
like law-abiding citizens, they knew when 
to stop. Af t,e.r sQvcral objecUons had been 
taken to Pollard's seafaring language, 
Constable Drake thought it was time to 
intervene. As he arrived on the scene, 
the boatswain commenced to SCrtka the 
sailor with .both Uti' and -lists. 



Placed in Barn 

ITH the assUtancq t>f three willing 

spectators the constable dragged 
-PoUard to a nearby barn owned by the 
col'llery^ To iMrevani his retwninf to tha 



' lloilaM's chains and UberftU th«'ir«nUc 

horse.-?. 

Pollard was surrounded by a wail of fire. 
He begged the men to eoT Off Tltg mnna 
wb.en they un.succe.ssfully fumbled wilh 
the imam/ chains. Thif rescuers* doih- 
Ing caught fire. Breathing was difficult 
4n the inferno. Th<y were, forced to flee 
and save their own lives. Drake, who had 
the key - to a pndlo<»k on 
could not be found 

• A few seconds later the l;ap;c',<( boat- 
swain was eomplej,ely c»v( ippcti. ui fiame^- 
Dense volumes of smoke settled down and 
sRut out (he dreadful scene. Less than 
one hour after the outtireak the bam was 
a mass of burning and smoking wood, 
ftiirroundad by What h;id once been five 
valuable .bonas, the pitiful remains of 

-^sHard-wer* fomid still encased in chains. 
The sports came to an abrupt end Horror- 
stricken Nanaimo re.stdenls returned to 
their homes with indellbla..memprles of 
the tragea^T . 

Coroner Todd held an inquest at 
Nanalmo on July 7. A wttnaw testlffed 
"hat Pollard was searched when chained 
In the bam. Evidently during the hur- 
liad procedure, a plpe.^^ matches and 
tobacco 'were left on hla person. It 



r 



N the bed of thf^ Danubeb' twef n E.srter- 
gom and Parkanynana, they are going 
to start searching for treasure belonging 
to Queen Maria of Hungary, Wli' ti King 
taJoa-»aa_drxffltned_ltt.a-bf©?A after U»a 
battle of Mohacs; his queen made a bid to 
sava the trca-sure of the rfuda court by 
having them loaded on to galleys,- which 
the shacklasr^r— jtsrted for Pdksbny ^now Bra t isla v a > .,-1 

galleys were attacked by an army of 
f rkcmv Hungarians and two were sunk. 

hi tlic archives of Vienna , there ' ttill 
exists an inventory of King Latos* trea»»- 
ures made when the other galleys were 
later taken "there.. The two sunken 
galleys, which have lain In the Danube 
mud for four hundred and twelve years, 
will. It is believed, be excavated without 
much dUQetilty. , , 



"You should rtiTTrom ail Intellectual 
work." ,. , , . . 

'But. I'm a composer of Ja/z mu.slr." 
"Well, you can go on with thati" 



W;fe I m reading a mystery book." 
Hu. bai^d — 'Wh/. that kwks Uke our 

ho«u)ehold hudtec.**^ n....- 

Wlf a— "Illi.*' - 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, >IAY 1, 1938 



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By k Edward Norcrots 



iMHiiiiihfHif Lfoyd George and Trust— No. 6 Whitehall— Public Holidays— John Wesley— Canada and Pilots— Heaith Insurance — Engiatid and Reform 



IONDON iBy luail/. — The Govern- 
ment's principal luudety at tht 
inoinoiit is in regard to its .ippcal 
to the workers m the armameiils in- 
dustriM to eo-«perat« In pl4ns-fpr ipaad- 
Ing-up output. 

The plans are be founulatecl by the 
tnipldyeiff and cimi^Idyaei^themBelves. They 
Ml ill Involve a certain amount of "dilution" 
o( labor, that Is the employment of per- 
sohs who are not fully .auaUflMl crafts-' 
mm on such work a.s they can ba trained, 
to do in a short time. , 

It is not surprising that the engineer- 
Ill!: unlon.s look rather narrowly at sug- 
gestions ' of this >ortr ' Dilution ' was 
practised during the war with their con- 
M'lit and .subjrct to undcrtaklnRS that 
Uie former situation would be restored 
whei>„ things were nwrnal agaHf. Hmm 
iiiidertalEingB not kept &i tBallr dn- 
tirety. ■ ■ . 

In this matter public, sympiathy to 
l.irnrly with thp unions, and- there to 
fitlpport . lor l^ieir further demand thai 
t^e Oovemment's promise, made ,two' ' 
jf-ar.s au'i, to limit tlie profits of arma- 
ment firms be carried out. It is declared 
on behalf of thje Oovemment that th U 
Is being done and that accountants have 
been placed In every manufacturing' fes- 
tiVnshment engaged In the produetSOl 
of arms. 

The secretary of the Amalgamated^ SR^ 
gUieering Union points out, on tht other 
hand, that Uandley-Page recently de- 



clared a dividend ^I^Sd per cenl with a 
too per cent share bonus, and that 
Vlckers have announced a year's profits 
of $10,000,000. Neither' concern, however. 
Is by any mean/ .solely cohcerned with the 
manufacture of armament."?. 

But the Amalgamated Engineering 
Union goes further than this. It m- 
tlnuites, through its secretary, that, be- 
fore it makes sacrifices requested, it . de- 
mands, among other conditions and 
guarantees, that arms must not be ijaanu- 
fartured for export fo di' tiitor.ship coun- 
tries, and there is mure than a hmt that 
It may have something to say about the 
jiollry of non-intervention in Spain. It 
iius, m fact, appealed to its own mem- 
bers to work overtime in the production 
of niotorcyele ambulance combinations 
for the Spanish Republic, jthese are be- 
ing made In garages and back-atrett 
workshops at night. 

Natioiuil Effort 




LAUNCHINa or A NIW niTISN ctotsit ■ ' • / 

Bflfaif came ouf in force to ic< the launching of H M S Belfast. Mrt. Neville Chamberlain christened the 10,000 ton cruiser. Seconds later it was sfiding backward 

Mto Hi« water. Tlu tict th<t tt« UuMliing left a great vacancy \m rii« shtpyard dt4 not worry many worktre. •rilain hat ordered additwnt to the Heel, iNci«diM 

fcilWwtlip evtr ISjOOO ISMr Mft w m mm m Ifesa Ite riMps ef mm aetoe MviM. / 



IN vjcw of the need of a Kieat natlodal 
effort It Is unfortunate that the Amal- 
gamated, Engineering Union broke away 
a few months ago from the c'i>nr<dera- 
tlon of Shipbuilding and Engineering 
Union.s. The latter has accepted in 
•principle tlw> policy of co-operation and 
i.s wiilniR to me«>t the employers' ornanlza- ■ 
tion, tluc Amal^.iinated Engineering Union 
and other unaffiliated unlonsr at a mutv- 
ally ronvojiiont date. 

The Confederation speaks for thirty- 
four unions aggregating hundreds of . 
thousands of members dlstrib\ited among 
such qraf ts as sheet metal workers, black- 
smiths, bollennakers, brass turners, eopr 
jier.smith.t. elertrlcians, hettfting enginetrs, 
iron founders, moulders, pattern-maktra 
and braziers. 

Ttio I'xoriitive of the Amalgamated En- 
gineering Union, however, shows no 
position ]k) facilitate the prellminariea to 
tlie proposed dlscu.s.sion between em- 
ployers and employees. It iias Just held 
a meeting but It U'tmderstood that tha 
Invitation of the Confederation to confer 
"with a view to framing a common policy 
was not even brought up. Even the Labor 
organ admits tii;it these delaying tactics 
are dictated by political considerations. 

The Oovemment's chief difficulty, in 
fact, to that it must appeal to trades 
unions, many of the members of which 
are opposed to It politically. Fortunately, 
extremism of tlje Amalgamated Engineer- 
ing Union and of the South Wales type 
is by ho means general. 

"War and death prepared by Fa.sclsm 
and its allies are stalking the earth," said 
Mr. Arthur Horner In his presidential 
address to the ^outh Wales Miners' Fed- 
eration at Cardiff "We confront the-se 
forces, prepared as un organization of 
125,000 determined men to pUy our full 
part In brlngincr abmit the defeat of re- 
action, beginning with our own National 
Government." 

Tlie Federation p;is-.rd a resolution, 
Wtiich was carried. unanimously, protest- 
ing at the '.'fareical policy of interven* 
tion " and calling for action to force the 
British Uoveinment to remove, the em- 
bargo on the supply of arms to ^he 
Spanl.sh Government. An amendment ad- 
vocating immediate .strike action was 
withdrawn. 

* "LG. " Not Trusted 

(CkyfR^ Lloyd George li one of the 
IVl most brilliant' brains in Europe, 

and did marvellous service during the 
" War. The trouble is that during the last 
sixteen years no body of opinion in thto 
country or abroad ha.s tni.<rted him a.^ a 
man. It is a leiriblc thing that such a 
man of genius should not be trusted by 
his fellowmen." 

This scathing iiidictment of the oldest 
menibcT -of thit House of Commona^-dkU- 

est In length of cnntimnni.s .service — was 
,^uttercd by the next oldest, EmtI Winter- 
ton, M.P., who was recently elevated to 
the Cabinet to deal with air questions. 

The worst of it to that it seems to be 
true. Thto wrCkr returned to Aiiglsi&d a ' 
few yrars .igo with a tremendous admira- 
tion for the Great War Premier and was 
gurprised to find fery different sentl- ^ 
Bienta prevailing amon^ the p^'ople with 
whom he came In i ont;\ct. whether, in- 
side or outside n^wH>»p«r- offices. 

T ike F.irl Winterton Uiey admitted Mr. 
Lloyd Oeqrg«f'g genhn tut w^ Ine&itf 



to deny him a greateeea they acknowl- 
edged they had freely accorded him In 
1918. Had he retired then, they said, or 
had he. died then, he would have gone 
down in history a.s one of the very great- 
est of British statesmen. 

"He to not trusted." they said, like Eart 
Winterton. 

-A nd while Earl Win terton was saymg 
thto to his constituents,. Mr. L. 8. Amery, 
who .sit.s on the .same .slrie of the House 
as the Earl, was citmg Mr. Lloyd George 
as autUority for the formation In times 
Of crlsto of a small inner Cabinet. Mr. 
Amery, after pointing out that depart- 
mental Ministers are more interested at 
Cabuut mcetint;s in obtaining consent 
for their own proposaU than in the 
formulation of general policies, continues: 

"It wa.s Mr. Lloyd <}eorgc's great 
achievement in the war that he faced 
thto ^inherent weakness of the depart- 
mental Cabinet sy.stem, and boldly set up 
a War Cabinet of half a dozen Ministers 
without departments, leaving the depart- 
mental MtnUters out.side the Cabinet as^ 
.such, and only called In when their (w 
particular subjci Is were under dt9(!us- 
^jjon . . . • 

The strength of the system of a .small 
Cabinet . . . lies, first and foremost, ui 
the fact that they have ^ time to meet, 
dally If need "be. and r<*ally dlscii.vs gen- 
eral policy and discuss it ahead of 
•venta . TT^ 

"In the sphere of war nobody would 
dream of expecting a commander to 
handle directly more than at most half 
a dosen subordinates. Who ever heard of 
a colonel commanding twenty, companies, 
or of a/ division of twenty brigades? . . . 
Why siiould we expect a Prime MlnLster 
to succeed undef conditions which would 
be regarded as inevitably spelling failure 
for a .OogMnandT'ln-Chlef?" 

Furniture and Fon 

INCIDENTALLY, now that Sir John T. 
Davles has pa.s.scd awuy we shall prob- 
ably never know the exact fact.s as to the 
furniture he and Mr. Lloyd George found 
at No. 6 Whitehall Gardens when they 
took possession, one June day ln.i915, as 
the rudimentary first lUntotry 6t Munlc 
tions. 

Sir John was Mr. Lloyd George's private 
secretary. He used to say that, when they 
went over to the large old - fa.shloned 
.dwelhng-hou.se which had been a.sslgned 
to them, it was empty except for a deal 
table and two wooden chairs. "We .seated 
ourselves on either i .side iif the table, 
looked at each other and toughed," Jie 
, would .say. 

Mr. Lloyd George himself, In his "War 
llamoln," says there were two tables and 
a chair. He cites the lack of fi^rhtture 
as characterl8tie~^pl that "departmental 
bindweed," red tape. 

Red tape had not done it.s wor.st even 
then. Orders were «.at once given for an 
adequate supply of furniture, but before 
it had been delivered a .sq\iad from" the 
Office of Works appeared to take jway 
the little the new' Mlntothr had, on iht 

ground th.it It did.JX9t-:Mi«eU0^4l- and 
must be removed. 

-'- H e yew d e n t." said Mr. Lloyd Oeorge, 

or words to that effect, sitting tight In 
his chair and busying hirnself at his 
table. The squad jrnir baffled and fbiaUy 
retired In good order. 

Such wae the environment in which 
Pablnet Mlntoters.'some 'of whom seemed 
to ba always on the .stairs At No 6. and 
other Important vtoltors found the man 
who had retired from the comparatively 
comfortable and most dignified offtca of 
Chancellor of the Exchequer to take over 
the organization of "the supply of muni- 
^ tlons. then in a ^te. ht ggji, *0f Utttr 

CQolttiidn g&d cbaoa. 



Among them cama CMonel Hduat. *^ 

(Mr. Lloyd George) Insl.sted upoA nM tak- 
ing the chair, " the American amlMary 
wrote afterwards, . "which I declined to 

do, declaring that a seat on the table 
was more suitable lor me than a Cabmet 
offtotoL" 

The Holiday Question 

DURING the month of August the rail- 
ways In thto country carry 20,p00,000 
extra pa'-.sengers in 40,000 extra trains. 
This fact was cited by a Cjuiiscivative 
member In the course of a ^<rase of Com- 
mons debate in which he urged that, in 
tiie terms of his resoUttion, "the growing 
tendency to grant ^tmiual holidays with 
pay makes it advtsable for the Oovem- 
ment to take a^ possible steps to facilitate 
and enoour^ the even distribution of 
holidays thf oughout the Summer months " 
Mr. Ernest Brown, the Minister of 
Lab5>i% refused to accept the motion on 
the ground that a committee was .siMmg 
^n the holiday question and that he ex- 
pected the report very shortly. 

The report came down a day or two 
later. It recommended a weeks paid 
holiday for every worker in the country, 
a new fixed Bank Holiday in the Spring, 
and a special de^^Hinent to deal lotoly 
with holidays. \\\ 

The report wis /unanimous and Mr. 
Brown gave a broad hint that the Gov- 
ernment would <M:<]'e9t it. It will take 
time to bring In the necessary le gl s totWh 
hut it I.s virtually a.ssured that to the 
5,000,000 people who at present get hoU-. 
daya with pay another 11.000.000 are to 
be added. ^ 

Moreover, Mr. Brown has Intimated that 
somethmg must be done about "stagger- 
inr' hoUdays; that to. spreading them 
over at lea.st five monfh.s of the year. 

Tlie spread -over plan is nut somethUig 
altogether new in thto country. The manu- 
facturing populations of the towns of 
Lancashire and Yorkshire found out long 
ago that they could not mil go to Black- 
pool at the same time and really < i.joy 
themselves. The cotton operatives^c It 
said, have been accustomed to their week 
off for ye.ir.'* bvit not on pay. Tlif mills 
would close and the whole town shut up 
for seven days while everybody made for 
the ,sea.side. 

There are 108 such towns and they 
close in groups from June to September. 
Boll(;n i.s one of the June towns and the 
Bolton people grumbled at first. Now they 
would not change for anything. They en- 
joy their Black)»ool when Uiere~to plenty 
of room lor everybody. 

To bring about general adoption of a 
spread-over plan it will be nece.s.sary to 
change certain euatoms. The school-year 
now ends early in July. It is proposed to 
make It end In December. Banks over- 
haul their accounts In July and January. 
Why not in April and October, it is asked. 

A fixed Easter becomes ajg^olutely es- 
sential, for it means a fixed Whitsuntide, 
the' English funeral hohday which moSl 
nearly ooEr«spon<ls to Canada's May 34, 

The holiday with pay .seems to he won 
The "staggered" holiday must now be 
aecttred. 

yft%\ey Bi-Centenary 

MAY". 34 to not a very good day f6r a 
religious celebration in Victoria. If 
the weather is propitious everybody who 
can get out of doors will be out of doors 
that day. enjoying the tlrtl holiday of 
the Canadian Summer— everybody, that i%. 
Who is not interested In the Wesley bi- 
centenary. 

There win be some, however, who will 
stay at home In the ,e«rly afternoon and 
turn on their radios to the hope of cateb- 



City Road, LonddiCwhen they may hear 

certain words read froj^ the greAt evan* 

geiist's Jmtrual. 

He to/Celling how he- went "most un- 
willingly" to a religious meeting In Alders- 
Street. London, "where one was read- 
Luther's preface to the Epistle to the 
''Romans." The pa . it;f. in.scribed in the 
hearts of all good Methodists, continues: 
"About a quarter before nine, while he 
was de.scribmg the change which God 
works In the he^rt through faith in 
Christ, I felt my heart strangely warmed. 
I felt I did trust in Christ, Christ alone, 
for .salvation, and an assurance wa.s given 
me that He had taken away my sins, even 
mine, and .s.ived me flfOm the tow Of sln 
and death." 

This was the moment of John Wesley s 
convr.slon and the moment from which 
the foundation of Mfthodi.^m. with Its 
many millions of adherents the world over, 
dates. The year was 1788, the dly May 24, 
The millions will celebrate It In their 
, churches everywhere. At that same hour, 
"a qtiarter before rihie" on the evenlnff 
of the anniversary, this famoui' paesagO 
will pe read from every pulpit. 

Even thaXhureh of England, of which 
We.sley was originally an ordained priest, 
and which frowned upon his ' outdoor 
preaehtaiff and revivals, will join in the 
Oelittration. At Evensong on May 24 in 
York- Minsteti the Archbishop of York 
will testify to the great work Accomplished 
by John Wesley, a.s will also the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury at St. Paul's 
Cathedral the following day. 

Canadian Pilots 

VISCOUNT Castlerosse, who writes a 
page every week In Lord Beaver- 
brook's -enmtey Expre.ss, offers the In- 
teresting suggestion that to make Its air- 
craft factories safe from foreign bombers 
the Brittoh G o v rr^ m 0 n t should erect uiem 
In Canada. To qiiot(>: 

"It Is a pity that the history of Cana- 
dians AS pilots during the last war'haa 
never be«»n written It is an epir. 

"At the end of the war no fewer than 40 
per cent of the fighting pilots came from 
that great Dominion. 

"Now, I believe that, not In this country, 
•but any spot opposite Detroit, is the ideal 
plare for alrplnno cn; ^ru for there ' 

endless skilled men and material are 
avaltoble. 

"Thcrrfore. I say that we should per- 
suade the Canadian Ooverhment to build 
great airplane factories in Windsor. Ont., 
and In order to facilitate thto end we 
should lend to Canada the money at a 
nomlhal rate of intere.st. 

"It is there fi.at our bombers musfr be 
built and It is there that our great drain- 
ing centre should be.'^ 

There is, of course, the question of 
getting the bombers over to England 
when built, but Lord Castlerosse disposes 
of ^UubWAMy^ enough. 

"We win fly them, my friend, t|y|| 
"how. Impossible? Nonsense! 

"Should war break out between us and 
Germany no ho.stile force can either at- 
tack or di.siocate the manufacture of air- 
planes in Canada. There will be no short- 
age of men or material, and. further, I 
would ask you to contemptote the psy- 
chological itriet 6tnlSh a move— It means 
that Britain can go on fighting for ever " 
. Thto lasC to a delightful touch. Was it 
not Mark Twain who proposed that a 
war .should go on as long as he ba(^ tdftf 
of hto wife's relations left. • • 

Htajth In^uriiicc 

FROM the cradto to the grave, and even 
before the cradto. thaSUte will hence- 
forth have »' watchful eye on the henltfa 
9i tieh laiMdMI ^-gMDir ttiUlooig •( 



workers in this country. The last gap 
hae been closed. 

It all bepan with National Health In- 
surance twenty-five years ago. But Na- 
tional Health Uisurance was much more 
limited then, both as to - categories of 
beneficiaries and the benehts granted, 
than dowy^or wese certtdn auxiliary 
servlce.s organized. 

To begin at the begimimg. pre-nutal 
-eUnles are provided for expectant mothers, 
who, when the baby I.s born, receive med- 
ical and pe(Miniary benefits under the 
Health Iitouranee Act. For the first five 
years of its life services under the Mater- 
nity and Child Welfare Act are available 
for the taifant.'^Then, when It <goes to 
school. It comes under the ■care of the^. 
school doctor and tlie school nurse. 

The boy leavaa^eehool and goes to work 
and during his working life Is computoorily 
insured under the Health Insuruiee Act. 
Has a panel doctor and receives medical 
attention and medicine free of charfje, 
and also pecuniary benefits' after two 
years. At 68 he to given MtTpenslon as of 
right— no question or means- and con- 
tinues to receive medical care, but iwt 
pec unia ry b e n efits, as long as he llvn. 

Until the twginnlng of this month there 
was a break in thto sy«tem of continuous 
medical care. Man^ children leave school 
when they are between fourteen and 
fifteen years of age.- They were not ^ntll 
now, however. Insurable untlK^hey were 
.sixteen, and so, /or an important year or 
tiKQ, -were- under no mea i e al suy e i v ision.' 
1 Thto has been changed. As soon as a 
boy goes to work after leaving school his 
employer must take out a Health In.sur- 
ance card for him, and each of tin ni. 
employer and employed, pay four cent.s 
weekly. The boy is at once ehgible lor 
medical benefits but, as with other in- 
sured persons, he must be Insured for 
two years before he can draw pecuniary 
benefits. He has, however, the advantage 
of an earlier start fiii qualifying for the 
■latter. 

The Health Insurance scheme is by no 
meana complete even now. But beglnhhig 
In a comparatively small way, It Is being 
gradually extended and will ultimately 
include all members of. the community to 
the lower hicome eategories. 



ACCORDING to Mr. Beverley Nichols, 
the well-known author and Journal- 
ist, -England Is taking tq drink agaui. Mr. 
Nil hols has written a book called "News 
of England"; In it he attacks t!ie national 
life of this country whlqii, it seems, began 
to go wrong soon after 1928. 

At all event.s, he finds that Englapd 
Is fsiced with a completely new problem 
in drunkenness which has become acute 
ouite recently. La.st Christmas, he writes, 
"many of the hospitals of, Manchester 
and its dtotrlct wei^ crowded with alco- 
holics suffering from the effect.s of 
British wine.' It was the impression of 
the hospital doctors that wine accounted 
for two-thirds of the drunken patients 
treated In hospitals, nearly half of whom 
were women." 

Fortunately, urrle.s.s it he concrriod that 
English people have suddenly begun to 
indulge to excessive drtoktog. gnd this 
within very recent month.s, statistics de- 
monstrate what the general experience 
has long esUbllshed. namely, that yealp> 
by year this country becomea more and 
more sober. 

The data are of two kinds, per capita 
consuhiptlorl pf alcoholic liquor and eonr 
vlctlons for dVunkenne.ss. 

In 1870 th? former .was. In gallons; Beer, 
30.34; spirit!, 0.99. and wine, 0.49. At the 
turn of thf* eentirry the.se were, respec- 
tively, 31.56, 1.12 and 0.38. There was"*^ 
sharp decline in iOlO with MJl, 0.68 and 
0 28, which continued durtog the n^xt ten 
years, bringing the ateragee down to 
ao.81. 0.47 and: 0.81. In 1088 less than half 
the quantity of beer per licarl recorded 
m 1900 was being consumed, 13.80 gallons, 
not much more than twb-nhiths the 
spirits and only two-thirds the wine 
•-€tonvlctlons b etwee n, 1908 and 1915 
averaged 177,883 a year for England and 
Wales; M 878 between 1918 and 192.S, and 
52,818 between 1926 and 1935. In 1932. 
at the depth of the depression, thi» figure- 
was down to 30,148, but In 1936, after'some 
years of Industrial recovery, had risen to 
44,539. Possibly the nurriber Is still rising, 
wliich would give Mr. Nlchoto iome Slight 
ground iot hto pessimism. 

While, however, peopto are drinking 
much less than th»» HiH »<-«>Tlrh 
times, they are spending a good deal more 
nToney on alcoholic liquor. In 1885 the 
per capita outtoy on beer, spirits and wtoe 
in thto country was $19 57 in 1990, when 
the post-war boom 'was at itg' height: as 
was also post-war taxation, a rose to $50. 
In 1938 It had dropped to $26 75. Even .s6, 
the 'am ount spent o n drink during the 
y*eF rndtag Warcn, ItflY, fl j4ib,B0O,O0D, 
wa.s more than three time.s as much as 
was spent «n boots and shoes or motor- 
cxrt and cycles, or eoaL 

Much of It, however, goes to the Treas- 
ury.. The duties have .risen enormously 
■toce the beflnniEg''W-{he titotury. That 
on beer was rather le .s tj.an $2 a .standard, 
barrel in 1900, it to now $6, that on spirlta 
$3.76 a gallon then but $14.W now. Th9 
Treasury took $208,000,000 from the con- 
sumers in yic last year of the reign of ^ 
Queen Vlctorto. In 1937 it draw. $54S,- 
000.000 from the sam^ source,' Hkt the 
collector of these statistics observes, taxa?_ 
tUm Had sobriety have marched hand itT 



bad its Band of Hope, when the Blue 

Ribbon Society flourished and when lodges 
of Good Templars were found everywhere. 
The temperance movement gradually de- 
clined in influence after lis leaders hlid 
made prohibition their principal aim. 

A^ain, alternatives, such as the ciuvma 1 
and ri^io. Undreamed of in Victorian 
days, have been offered for entertain- 
ment purposes in place of the publics- 
house and saloon.. Tha motor car, too, hsa 
had no Uttto to do With mromottof 
sobriety. 

The greatest blow to the drink traffic 

in this country, however, was an Indirect 
one. When the. country was about lialf 
way through the war the Food Controller 
Insisted that the qu.mtity of beer brewed 
should be reduced so as to relea.se barley 
for food purposes. Mr. Lloyd George is 
.said to have been prepared^ to put a stop 
to brewing altogether; in the end it was 
decided to cut down the 35,U00,0UO barrels 
consumed before the war to 10,000,000 
and reduce the alcoholic .strength. 

"But, " as Mr. Lloyd George >vrote after- 
wardg; *'ale<^ol to * refractory -citisen. 

. . . With the arrival of Summer weather 
widespread discontent began to show 
Itself." In the end the quantum ^d to 

be increa.^ed to 12,500,UUU, but tti»i British 
worker was weaued Irom hto love- for 
strong ale. - ■ • - 

"The old habit of stupefaction by strong 
ates . . . was permanently broken. So was 
the habit ul gcttmg drunk on-Saturday 
nights." 

All of which may be commended to the 
attention of Mr. Beverley Nichols. 

Reporters and Policg 

SHOULD a newspaper print anything 
about a case which the police have In 
hand the police may demand to know 
"how it came by Its information, and the 
reporter who obtained It could be forced 
to tell under pato of ftoe and imprtoon- 
ment. 

Thto to the outcome of t^e appeal to 
Rex V. tewto; Lewto was a reporter em- 
ployed by a Mancliiv'^trr ncw.spaper. He- 
wrote a story which embodied Informa- 
tl<m contatoed to a confidential report 
circulated by the Chief CooatabW of 
fiouthport to other forces. 

The Chief Constable asked the editor 
for the name of the reporter. li was given 
under strong protest. Lewis was th<n 
asked for the source of his information 
which he refused to reveal There to 

reason to believe this was Wanted for 

discij)linary purposes. 

Lewto was then summonsed and was 
fined $25 under the Official Secrets Act. 

The argument on his behalf was that 
the police officer ,,dcmandlng the infurnia- 
tlon was not an officer holdtog offiCir'" 
under His Majesty, but a servant of the 
borough, and therefore had , no authority 
under the Official Secrete Act to detaand 
'the Infortiiatlon. 

The whole case. turned on t^to one 
potot: Is a policeman a person holding - 
office under Hi.s Maje.sty? Eminent coun- 
sel argued the case. Sir William Jowltt, ' 
X.C.. a former Attomey-Oeoeral, appear - 
tog for Mr. Lewis. . 

The court, however, had no doubt about 
the matter. In finding that a police offi- 
cer was an officer holding offlee under 
His Majesty, the Lord Chief .Justice, Lord 
Hewart, declared It " almost too plain for 
argument.^ i 

Newspaper comment is| to the effect, to 
general, that while the] tow had dp.ubt- 
lesi been correctly stated, Parltoment had 
no Intention whatever of givii.ilf such 
powers to the polled. The act was meant 
to apply only to naval' and military mat- 
ters and hiKh ft ate affairs, and certatolj 
not to trumpery police court cases 

There to a consensus of opinion that 
the act has been so drafted that it Im- 
poses new and serious restrictions on the 
press and. that it should be amended 
forthwith: 



Quaint House Survives 



DOWN a jtotrow alley near the famoua 
.'Shepherd Market. Mayfalr, to one of 
the quaintest houses in London. Called 
"The Cottage," its framework, still sup-^ 
ported by oak beams, has survived three • 
xenturles. The plaC§~Was once a black-" 
smith s, and In what to now a bedroom 
facing the courtyard toaa IroR-rtog fixed 
Into the wall. The room was onre a hay- 
■"ioft, and by means of the ring and a rope, 
trusses of^ hay were hoisted or lowered aa 
required. On one .M !e ,,t the front door 
Is a copper bell of laid. 
The eotUge stands to an historical dia* 

trirt. Ju.st over' a hundred years ago^ 
Lady BU.s.^ington hvcd almost next door, 
surrounded by the fiifhionabto butter- 
flies of the period. Beaii Brummell wag 
not far away, and otiier neighbors were* 
Dr. Jenner, Richard Brtosley Sherklaa 
and II n Treiawney, Byroa't eompankni 
Ux his last hours. • 



GfMf Soeiil Mom 

THIS graat eodal reform haa coom 
about owing to several ciuses, among 
which must be counted sis ohe of the chief, 
the work of the temperahcc socieUe«,to 
thoit iam whm tfiqr ttttlr 



Lime Green Fashion ' 

ON th** fa.shloruible raceeour.se at Long- 
champ, in the heart of the Bols de 
_Bott]o(ne, lime green has a good start at 

the faAlOnable color. Bun ray pkat.ni^ 

makee sklfts in thf color, and these art 
■iwn^e < teen m m a btooet tf thllToii 
,to a cbfitrasting color, such as 4ttp fint. 

The iMk coat, which becamt th e pre- 
terve of ttie "older woman** aoi to lonf" 

since, to coining back You will find . i 
heavy shantung, surahs and rather thick 
grosgralns. There irt some tovety whltt 
silk coats to go over colored Bummer 
frocks and to these' coats you mav cer- 
tainty npi bt afraid of looking Uke a 



THE D^IL.Y COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. SI XDAV. MAY 1. 1^ 



^8 







uburb m Countr 



Dre^d Pullorum Disease 
Carries Oft Many Chicks 




DESPITI the srcat txtent to which 
hluod-testins Is carried out today, 
B.WJD. (bacillary white diarrhoea), 
properly called pullorum -dlMMe. «tlU 

carries off thousantla of chicks each rear- 



Iren a Wood-tested farm may be 

troubled by an outbreak brought in by 
wild birdf, such as sparrows and starlings, 
i»Jille-the troutftr i» a» likel^td atetpr « 
ever 14 where breeding ' bllrda hRT* 
ptTf been JbiooA^gsted. 

■When It appear*. B.WI>. Is still <me of 
the most disas^ous ailments, and prompt 
measures muit be takouos jeygrj *QS«<?s 
not only from thoiM chicks, but from sQi^ 
previously healthy- ^itcici. Bsay be ex- 
pected. 

, It is first of all necessary to know what 
symptom.? are shown by chicks suffering 
from the disease. Tfie heaviest loss usually 
i)ccurs when the Chicks are between the 
agea of thr«e and ten-days- uld. Tl>e fiM4 
atgn is a lark of energy and a desire to 
keep warm— close to the brooder lamp, 
the broody hen or in the sun. 

■nils first sign may be seen on the morn- 
ing of the third day, when the germ is 
first making its presence feit. 

Within another day or so the wings win 
be seen to be loose and drooping, and the 
fluff and baby feathering will become 
more and mmt' ruffleci and bedrim't^lcd. 
Appetite will ttien be lost, and no amount 
Of ooaxlng will encourage the chicks to 
eat. Tlie chirks will herd toKclJior, and 
even at over a week old will still huddle 
round the source of heat. 

Diarrhoea follows, and while it is gen- 
«raliy white or streaked with white, it 
BMd not ahraya be- so. Sometime* white 
diarrhoea is present, and .sometimes it is 
brownish, but more often than not It is 
whtttsh and ffuma up the rent and 

I 



, Other Symptoms 

Iif dblokl which have had the disease 
from ail early ag^ the abdomen will 
now appear to be bulging, indicating in- 
complete absorption of the yolk sac drawn 
In when the chicks hatched from the eggs. 
The body appears foreshortened, so that 
. the wings protrude beyong the abdomen. 

When the chlckSiHtss tlieir droppings, 
they often utter a shrill cry of pain, and 
this cai^ easily be heard when .standintc 
outside the brooder house, so powertul 
is it. 

Chicks may die within a few hour.s of 
showing the first symptoms, or they may 
linger on for a fortnight. Most of them 
will die from the disease, but a few may 
recoYer, but will always carry the germ in 
their bodies and so may pass It on to 
healthy birds throiiuh the droppmR.s. In 
no case are they of any value as iutur« 
breeders. 

If, therefore, the above sytnpfoms .ue 
seen and death seems to be the rule 
deeplte your precautions. It la safe to re- 
tard the dlscasH as n W I) However, as 
aome of the symptoms are those ot otiier escaped by the plant which Is kept 

on the dry side, with thorough waterings 
only when the soil feel« entirely lacking 
in moisture. 
Jl^ch soil is harmful.' The best grow- 



oughly eaen mommgT the floor sprayed 

with stronK disinfectant and fre.sh litter 
put in. The depth of the litter should be 
half that normally used. 

The litter In the Urooder house, oul.side 
the brooder, should be cloaxied out and re- 
newed as often as peMible— tti« more fre- 
quently the better, but at last once in 
three days. 

Aur fresh litter put In a^io^ contain- 
di.smfeclant powder. 

Another way to kjeep chicks away from 
nropplnfl beneath the brooder is to Stand 
the latter upon a wire netting platform of 
_ half-Inch mesh, so that the droppings fall 
through to the floor and .so away from the 
chicks. Cleaning out can then be left for 
three or inur days so Ion,; a.s the wiremesh 
Is sprayed wuii disinieclant daily. 

Litter can be dispensed with altogether 
by standing the brooder upon .sheets of 
. brown paper or newspaper, sprinkled with 
^^sin f e ctant pt ft r dw^ these baUig collected 
up tnd bttrnt-each mortilng. 

Geraniums Bloom Best 
In Sunny Locations on 
MediunrSQi& ~ 

ERANIUMS. once considered the least 
temperamental of house plnats. are 
actually satisfied only with a sunny iuca- 
tion. Lacking a faixly steafly flood of the 
brightest Winter stmshlne. they set but 
fvw buds. Where dondltions are suitable, 
however, they are the gayest blo.ssoming 
plant available, and ceilalnl|, the easiest 
to grow. 

Specimens for Winter flowering are of 
two kinds — elder-pruned plants of the pre- 
vious Wlntar wbteh have been repotted 

and rested through the Summer; and 
young plants, grown from cuttings taken 
at any time from April until- August. 

Planf.s which have Rrown outdoors in 
window- boxes or beds during Summer are 
not satisfactory for Winter potting. alnc» 
they require a loin: rest before they are 
Able to set buds again. A cold basement 
or attic window, not very light. Is the best • 
place for their seasonal rest. 

In addition to abundant sunlight, geran- 
iums require "a tight shoe." If they are 
' grown jn pots much, tod large for their root 
system, blooms. |^ retarded and a larpe 
amount of ianliy,t^ali-leaved growth. <le- . 
velops. I*lant4 in thia* condition have to 
be shifted rnto .smaller containers which 
will Just, accommodate the roots, and are 
pruned back at ortce. cuts being made at 
Joints. 

Over-watering causes the formation of 
unhealthy, non-blooming wood: browned 

buds whirh "drop before they unfold, ^~ 
and leaf spots are other indicatiun.s of 
a too wet soil. This condition i.s 
taken advantage of by aphis, the usual 
prey of ailing house plants. All of these 




Some Points to Remember 
About Spring Gardening 



- - AIISTOCRATS OF WOODLANDS 

Wild Lidy Slippers. Cilypjo Bulbosj, Art Now Blooming Among Sphagnum Mots and Pmc NccdUi Deep m 
»he Woods. Th<$c L.ftle Flow«r»— They Are About Three lnche> Higk— Arc Pink Spotted With Brown. Th«» 
MoiiM Ne» It Diifl serf Mm4, s^ Tlwr Ar« Killed by TransDlai>tiii«. Dee ta CsmUh ridfi«fl Tkey Art 

Iccomiiif Relatively (tare • - 



ailments, It . Is always worth whila 

sending three chirks to a qiiallfiod l.ib- 
orat'^ry for a post morteni to identify the 
disease definitely. ' 

Having made sure (hat B W.D. is the 
disease, immediately measures must be 
lakH. mainly to limit It to the present 
hatches and to prevent li" I' lm being 
taken to larger chicliens and also to( adult 
foirliL I ■ 

No Hatf-Mciiurct j 

EVKRT lU, chick should be killed and 
. burnt, not thrown on to a rubbish 
heap or burled. There must be no hail- 



ing medium for established plant s i.s a firm 
clay . loam, fertile but not overly jrlch. 
Geraniums stimulated by chemical or 
animal fertiliz* rs and set in too lou:se a .soil 
will not produci^.i.he short-jointed, stocky 
growth on which the largest and most 
abundant blooms develop. Plants that Ml 
Ave or six-inch pots, however, are regu- 
larly benefited by monthly applications of 
weak manure water. Regular removal' of 
their faded blossoms helps the appearance. 



It 1« wi.sest to believe that no ill; chlck 
wUl ^cover. Chicks showing the early 
. symptoms must be killed ju.st as Weil as 
tho.se already half dead. 

The chicks left should be, given In- 
dlTldval attention In ah endeavor to save 
them and to prevCTit th§ gefms getting 
Inside their bodies. 

The brooder heat should be, kept 
exactly right both by day and nl^ht. If 

It Is too low there will be a dailcer of 
huddling and 'sweating^', if too high , 
overheating may cause c(^genlloiro?^ 

-4||tnge and lower dl.sea.se re.sl.st.-tnVe to 
...aHow the B W D. germs tq get a hold. 
"^AmpU-»entll4Uim uhder the/brooder is 
vital, for frr.sh air promote.*! 'ai\d main- 
tains good blood, able to comba^ germs. 
If dry mash is fed, then the hoppers or 
trnuRh.s should not be filled .so thlt masluj 
can be raked out on to the floor. The 
>wp» *t « should be protected with extfa 
covers, bans or wire-netting, to that it i.s 

•quite lB!l£(>Mible for^Uie^^^j^^ to stand 
Upon the mash. A drqpplngs-rlddcn masli 
I.'* merely a disease-given to healthy 

, chicks. 

A furthef precaution U wise! All drink 
and feed ve5.sels should be placed upon a 
flat board, which can be scraped, bru.shed 
•ad si>rayed with a powerful disinfectant 
Meh morning. 

Feed Grain in Troughs 



GRAIN should not be fed In the litter, 
but in troughs disinfected daily. Oive 
«o more at mbtk m«al than eifciriw eleatvd 
op clean, th« trouKh.< bring then removed 
light away until grain is given again. 

<Tha whole scheme Is to prevent haatthy 
shirks from being Infected /by chirks 
tarryintthe germ, but not at the moment - 
Ihowliig lymptoms. As the germ Is held 
fa the dropplnRs. every pojisible step must - 
N taken to keep these away from healthy 
«iM6k» or chicks away tnm them. 

- Vrtr the nbnve rea.snn. tht llt tgf btngith " 

Iha brooder should be dtabcfl oui tbor- 



Bedding Plants Provide 

Gardening Short-Cut 

FOR a .short cut the gardener is advised 
to purchase a certain quantity of 

started plants of both flowers and vege- 
tables. These are usually purrha.sed from 
the greenhouse, florist or seed hou.se. It 
Is Important to get the varieties wanted, 
artd on this account It Is an excellent Idea 
to consult a good Canadian .seed cata- 
loRU5,-i5ftfore placing the order. The gar- 
dener can look over the various varieties 
offered In the ratalogue and should mnke 
sure thai the particular varieties wanted 
are In the boxes of plants bought. 

Amonn the flowers which can be pur- 
chased as started plants. are cosmos, zin- 
nlai. petujaHO. ma tr l go lds . salplglossis. nic- 
otine, and a ho.st of others rabhaRes. 
celery, tomatoes, head lettuce, egg and 
pepper plants In the vegetable line are mi 
.H;id as started plants 

FortnojJt grounds and gardens Informal 
planting, .say the e.xperis. Is the most suit- 
able. True It is p()s.siiiie with very large 
grounds and skilled help to do something 
with straight dignified rows and border's. 
But in the average ca.se. planting irregu- 
larly in clumps will produce the mo.st 
pleasing efTects. Such planting, too, will 
.jidiLftaj^r of spaciousness, giving ereh tiny 
backyard gaffleilll the ampeara9s»«f-.^Mi«h^ 

larger affalis, - . ■ '"" 

Wherb pdsslbla^ there, should btf ft Ijiwn 
In the forecrnund, wiTh an irregularly 
•ha ^jdtoedjt^^towCJS and po &sibly g rou ps 

harsh straight Un- ^ ris. r the house and 
drtvfs with clumps of flowers and shrubs 
and an occasional trailing vine over ver- 
atMlas or garages will bring the Wholt 
thing together. It will tie builrilngs to the 
ground and give the home the appearance 
Of being part of the landscape rather than 
soma rffid affair meiyag out ^f ttM jHtfth. 

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■ ^. . .. . S > - - •- - 



Foot and IMouth Disease 

Outbreak in England 
. Is Worst in Years 

IT wa.s- thouqht a trv/ weeks aRo that 
England had slumped out the worst 
epidemic of foot and mouth disease with 
which the country has been afflicted In 
many years. To uccomplljili this,, so iar 
as, It was accompll8he<l. more than 40.000- 
farm aiiimals had been" .slau^^hf ered, at a 
cost to the Treasury Of nearly; $2.1)00.000 
for compensation J " 

And now the disea.se is bad. Sev^ 
eral times during the last few day.s routine 
proclamations have been broadcast by 
V. m :< ^^ '.I lie ( fT.ct (hat it had been ob- 
served at .some farm -and that the usual 
orders forbiddnig the movement of cattle 
within ^a^teen-mife radTus wera now 1^ 
efTect. 

The whole country sat up and took no- 
tice. how e ¥ e f,.OB e ni g ht lat e l y -w h ^n th o 

news broadcast was precrdrd by a .state- 
ment thalL owing to outbreaks of loot, and 
mduth^i lease a standstill ofder had gohe 
into effert covering almost the whole 
country, the lour northern^ counties and 
Devon ard Cornwall being exempt, as a|so 
Wales and Monmouth 

This nieans that in tiiirty-three coun- 
ties the movement of cattl^. • Sheep, pigs 
and goats from one place to another is ab- 
.s<ilutely forbidden except under .speriaf 
licence. It is the biggest standstill order 
ever issued by the Ministry- of Agriculture. 

Outbrealis Follow Sales 

*HE outbreaks have occurred among 

animals which had recently been of- 
fered for sale at a number of rattle fairs 
in the Midland^/ Although the .scuur^*; 
Itas been noted at only half a dozen places 
.;o far, the niimbfri"-f>f contacts must have 
been enurmou.s, ehough to carry so friglit- 
fiilly Infectious a ^ Is e aa e ^ Int o a score or - 
"more of counties. 

The farmers are alarmed, and are in- 
clined to suspect sabotage. ' It Is pointed 
out that the new (nitbreaks have COIQA At 
an unusual time of year, and that the de- 
liberate infecttOTi of animals t^t central 
markets would be an ewsy matter - "Fhe^ * 
National Farm in' U;.ion is deihsmding a 
most searching inquiry. 

It Is a curious coincidence that the new 
St:\\f Veterinary Servirr. with 320 fnll- 
time and 600 part-tune practitioners, came 
Into operation at the beginning of the 
month The offlfep?* have taken over their 
new duties just iii time to be confronted 
with a-.tremendous task. - ' 

List of Yellow Flowers 
Gives Wide Seiecfion 

YELLOW is a cheerful color, and is a 
favorite with many amateur growers. 
A^tWiW border wtfH .so~me"^Iue plvi^lngs"' 
to gry^h the t>ale yellows, and a little 
lavender for the orange yellows, gives a 
strip of briiiumce and beauty. 

Among flowers, the annuals furnLsh a 
line list of yellows of various textures,^ 
kUiM and intensities. The dwarf safp> 
flowers are eood for the tall por'i'^i^, of *hr> 
border. They are dwarf only as compared 
with their tall vKIHetles. which miy grow 
from eight to ten fret The dwarfs reach 
only three feet and have delicate ffowers , 
and foUage compared with the old-fash- 
- JdM^ J u rn j im l iBnlto wet. 



as the cucumber-leaved strain, cucuraarl- 
folius, in the catalogues, and range from 
creamy whlt,^ to Intense yellows with black 
centres, and the latest development gives 

a .strain witii red znninps. 

They are easily raised Annuals and fine 
for cutting, the petals being long and 

often gracefully twisted 

Along with the sunflowers for tall yel- 
k>ws Is the hunnemannia or bush Cali- 
fornia poppy. 

The calliop.sl.s, annual coreojxsi.s. with 
golden flowers zoned in criinson, is indis- 
pensable In the yellow borders, and the 
ir(arit»olds. both fall and dwarf; <Wth their 
cousins, the favorit^ calendula or pot 
vUfflftigoid. will furnish beautiful cutting 
material. The California poppies furnish 
low Krowing brilliant ma.s.se.s of yellow. 

The annual chrysanthemums give softer 
yeHower^-4n- burnt or an g e o^ glisten In g 
texture unknown in other annuals are the 
African daisies, dimorpholhera. There are 
other shades frym white to^creamy yellow, 
as well as briiiiantoitanges, all cxeellent 
lor cutting 

The annual blanket flowers, or gaillar- 
dlas. will furnish jthe tou^h df red. along 
•vith yellow needed for the DOlder, and. 
they, too. are flneicutting |nal|erlal. 

Growing Heavenly Blue 
Morning Glory 

HP AVFNI.Y Blue morning Rlory Ks a 
flower which every gardener wanUs to 
grow, but which many An d d l fl ie u tW There 
are two reasons for this dlflliculty: over* 

feeding and too late .start. 

Being a tropical flower of long season to 
maturity, the seeds will not germinate In 

rold^soil, and .vet the plants come slowly 

loiluwiar. . Sfi lor early ilnmyr* if \^ pf Ces- 

sary to start the seeds In an Indoor box or 

hotbed. 

A good way i.s to .sow the^m iu k flat and 
tran.splant. when they have made true 
leaves, to another flat spaced two linches 
apart. From this they ran be planted 
directly in the garden when all danger of 
frost Is over. , • 

Sunshine and no feeding are th^Tr^ 
quirements for abundant bloom In rich 
soli, or when given plant food, the vines 
grow vigorously with ho flowers.. i.Florists , 
sometimes start them in pot.^ and .sink 
the pots in the garden, as this encouraRcs 
flowers. But this Is not necessary If you 
refrain from feeding and give them' ordi- 
nary garden soil. 

:Tht finest flowers come in the (fObI Au- 
tumn days, and hot dry weather will 
often ran f th' :n to change color and 
come red msuad of the lovely blue which 
Itnortauil. , 



• ■ Br JAMSa H. atmOBTT ^ ^ 

AN Important point In planting seed, 
bulbs or plants Is to bring them 
Into close contact wlUi * the soil. 
The ground should be firmed oyer seeds 

and packed about the roots of plants 

Threes and shrubs require special care on 
'thlr point. It Is easy'^o leave among the 
roots of .slirubs air pockets which break 
contact between roots and soil, and tlfns 
make It impossible for the roots to func*- 
tion. - 

Plants grow by virtue of foods t^ken 
from the soil in liquid form through their 
roots, for which soil and roots must be in 
close contact. When a seed germinates 
it sends a sprou^uj) and a root down ;>i-<- 
multanebusly, and the root halrt bagln at 
nnre to absorb from the .soli the food ele- 
ments wiiich support growth. Any inter- 
ference Jidth this psocedure makes trouble. 

(">reat care should be used In watering a 
seed bed. not only because small seeds and 
seedlings may be washed out of the drills 
by carelessness, but excess water may 
cause tlie spread of the damping oS fun- 
A. Do not keep the soil wet; and avoid 
watering in frequent dribblings. But 

vent washing, as often as the soil shows 
the need of water. 

GccmiiutioiLfj^riods ~ 

F' LOWER seeds vary greatly in time r%^ 
quired for germinauon Some of the 
most popular varieties, witii the time re- 
quired for germination under favorable 

conditions, are as follows: Ageratum. 5 
days; alyssum. 5 days; antirrlhlnum 
(snapdrat;un). 20 days; aqullega (colum- 
bine), 15 days; asters, 8 days; centaurea 
cyanus (bachelor's button', 5 to' 15 days; 
laiendula, lU days, Caiilurnia poppy, 8 
days; " campanula. 8 days; C^terbury 
belhs, 15 day.s; cclosia, 20 day.*!; cocks- 
comb.. 20 days; coreopsis. 20 days; cosmos, 
ft days; dielphlnlum. 15 dftys; illahthus. ft 
days; euphorbia (snow on the mountain i, 
20 day^ iorget-me-not, 15 days, foxglove, 
20 days; galUardla, 20 days; hellanthus, 
15 days; mangolds, 5 days; morning glory. 
5 days; moon vines, 20 days; nasturtiums. 



, 8 days; nlcotlana. '20 days: pansles.'g 
days; sweet peas, 15 days; salpiglossls. 5 
days; scabio.su. 20 days; 'schi.M:,' hu 20 
days; slocks, 5 days; verbena, a days, 
sinnlas, ft days. ' 

These periods are likely to v.uy greatly 
under oqtdoor cundiiio^is, but they give an 
Idea of whetHer a variety is slow or fast 
and will helj) you hi deterinniing how long 
you may expect to wait be,fore losing pa- 
«Jlence. - •. ' , , r ,., , 



The first and sturdiest seedlings tliai 

appear are not alway.s the be.sl fur llowers. 
Experience teaches thai the liner blossoms, 
particularly the most double ones, are 
likely to be borne by seedlings which are . 
slow in appearing and olteii times look 
spindly. , ^ 

— _Ji|iraying and Dusting 



SPRAYING should begin before .damaga 
appears, since it fs our iiurpo.se to pre- 
vent damage. Alter a plant has been 
ruined spraying does no good. 

At this .sea.son. then, we should begin 
preventive m e asur e s, and equip ourselves 
with a contact Insecticide to kill the juice 
drinkers, whu-h .should be .ii)r.iyed on. be- 
c^Ti.w Jhpie is no practical /vr.iy of apply- 
ing it hi powder form. But il is better to 
use powder for the leaf eaters, and as a 
funcirifle in the ornamental garden Pow- 
der will stick on the loaves to poKspn Uie 
caterpillars and beetles and It will serva 
for combatinn tlie various forms of fungus. 
Hie beauty about powder or du.st is that it. 
Is so much more easy to apply. You can 
.snat^-h up the duster at a moment's nollce 
and rush out to apply a needed do.se, while 
the Jdb of mixing up a spray is much more 
serious. 

Spraying and du.st inR materials are .sold 
under trade names. The materials most 
in favor are: Por contact inseeticldes. 
nicotine sulphate, pyrethrutn iand derris. 
For poison to be eaien b^ Insects, arsenic 
In some form. For fimi^cldes. sulphur. 
Inquiry for these three cla.s.ses of materials 
will quickly inform you of tiie various 
trade names under which they are sold; 
and each preparation has Instructions lor 
Its use. which should be carefully followed. 



Seedling Apple Grown 
At Grand Forks Is 
Promising Variety ' 

FOR 'some years Robert Campbell, of 
Gr ind Forks, B C . has been active in 
propagatmg, from seed, a new variety ol 
early apple, and has met with consider- 
able su( C'e,s.s, a(■^ordill^^ to fruit authorities 
througiiout the Dominion and tiie United 
States ^lWnnitT«- had an' opportunity to 
examine the fruit, as' all .seem to be in ac- 
cord that the size, and shape, the aroma 
and outward appearance rank from good 
to excellent- and the fleih of very good 
quality. 

Mr. M. B. pavjs. Dom inion Horticullur- 
ist at Ottawa^ says he "Is somewhat Im- 
pressed by it. It certainly has appear- 
ance and very good quality." He ha4 



sent to the Ex- 
also to Ottawa 



Chmbing plants, such as Jasmines, 
clematises, escaillonlas and Virginian^ 

creepers, ran now be planted If they are 

for they eaalhtn b# p«t In without root 
disturbance. 



-nvjaL,.paaell 4r«aa-whlel» suffered last 
J ear from pear h-leaf-curl should be 
sprayed with J^irgundy mixture, but it 
mittst b« done before the bloom buds begin 
to open. 



asked that young trees be 
perimental Station and 
for further tests. j 

One Provincial Horticulturist corrslders 
"it to be a .somewhat hardier apple than 
the Mcintosh and might be better from a 
shipping sttlndpolnt." 

Mr. J. A. Coleman, a leading fruit grow- 
er of this valley, give.s his opinion of the 
new apple In the following letter: 

"liear Mr. Campbell.— It Is a pleasure to 
comply with your ref)U'''^t for an opinion 
of your seedling apple.- After three years' 
close observatlon-flT your tree, I consider 
U StahdS the winter rqu.'illy ;lr we|I as tht 
Mrlntash anfl other Jtiardy trees in-lhla 
district. It has 'good crotch formation 
and shows vigorous growth. 

Attractive Appearance 
f f'T'HE fruHis well formed and of very 
i at tractive appearance, being al- 
. most solid red and has a tougher skin 
than any ether early variety, thereby en- 
abling it to beliiihdled through the pack- 
ing houses with less danger of bruising or 
stem punctures than many varieties. 

I f ' .•■ .i;)ple has a pleasant aroma 
and cxctllent flavor as a dessert apple, 
,and Is equally good in pies or sauce; It 
appears to require very lit Me .sugar in 
conkinK I do'not consider ti," red .streak 
appearing in the flesh oif some sjjecimens 
any detriment, it adds a plea.sant llfige 
. of color to pies orjuuce whten cooked. 
"TTTs my opinion your apple has a 
bright future for the following reasons: It 
will catch the <earlj market with an all- 
^xtd apple of goOjjL k«!!PP'"g quauiy^and , 
can be picked ahd marketed the' latter 
part of AtiKust and consumed before the 
Mi Inf . h Rpf] i.s ready for harvest." 

Up tf> the senjt tlme there^ i.s, no all- 
red apple "With good keeping and .ship- 
ping qualities available for the early mar- 
ket, and when this new variety is de- 
veloped it should be.a welcont addltiea^io 
the growers' orchards. 

Application has been made. to. "the 
Canadian Horticultural Council at .Ottawa 
for registration by the owner. 



Combining Flowers and 
Vegetables in Small 
^ Garden Spaces 

THIRB are many delights in tM vege- 
table patch th.m are a])prcciati'd In 
the dining-room, as much fun growing 
your own beans, as your own bouquets. 
To get the full pleasures from vege- 
- table growing, consider how beautiful. the 
garden can be made, and how decorative 
in form and colAr are carrot tops, spinach 
leaves, and slender green onion at^d the 
fruits of thSKsquash pumpkin and egg 
plants. 

The cucumber vine is a flt ba( kground 
on a fence for the gladiolus and other 
""laH- growing flowers, and a row of leaf 
let tuce , with its delicate .shades of green, 
has a beauty which many flowering 
plants cannot eqiuil. 

Combining flowcr.s and vcRetabieg In 
the garden is a hobby with advantages 
which few !other hobbles have-.-lt gives 
great satisfaction to the grower ar;d at 
the same time provides the finest quality 
and most healtl\fiil food. 

The Idea of flowers and vegetables can 
be carried out in many ways. The 
simplest and least expensive Is to make 
a border of one of more rows of flowers. 
This border may entirely or only partly 
surround the plot, depending upon ttia 
quantity ricsiM d wiu-re more flowerl ara 
wanted, the border may be used, And 
llower(LaJsD planted in rows with or be- 
tween the vcKf^tabies. The ^ sur p rising 
thing about such a layout Is that the 
vegetables themselves, if cultivated clean- 
ly, are as attractive as the flowers Many 
gardeners whose space is limited confine 
much of their gardening eTForts to the 
vegetable plot. 

Where spare is sivallablp. real landsrapo 
planning may go hito the ve^ietable patch. 
A fence, witti an arbor gate for vines or 
chmbing ro.se,s will segregate this part of 
your garden from the ornamental garden 
and at the .same time frame it in such a 
manner that It may be built info a picture 
In its own way The vegtiablfs may be 
divided into four .section.v'~inth' paths ■ 
bfjrdered by aly.ssum, lobelia, petunias. 
^warf^arigolds or other a ll nual.s, A bird 
bath Or sunaiai . uf ^he cWiTre" "where- :th» 
paths meet makes • a gof^d fof^al pohit. 
The back of the. lot may have a lattice 
fence or shrubs or a border of tall annual* 
such as African marigoMs^ aosmof-f-tun- 
flowers. ■ 



Very good work can now be done by 
loosenin g the soil be twetn'Bprint flower- 
ing plant,s and bulbs This greatly Im- 
proves Ahe appearance of the bods'-Mic^ 



Spading should be done with vertical 
cuu so as to go as deeg^ju posslblf. 



Try a few new vegetably this jrtaf-juch 
as kale or endive. OkrV^aud salsify are 
two flne"seasoi\erji. 



Thinning the Vegetables 

1^ ADI.SHE8 Smmraliy thtnnrtt byn^g 
■iV them. This always results In a lot of 
imperfect specimens whleh most b« 
thrown away It is a good plan to thlA - 
the seedlii\g.s when they first appear! ' ^' 

Leaf lettuce iriMmM be thinned,, when 
growth begins, to about one Inch between 
pianU. As lettuce Is usually planted, this 
maans discarding the big majority of^the 
seedlings. Thojfw remaining will dctMop r 
rapidly, however, and soon will be large 
enough for eome-to be used Pull up alter- 
nate plants for this use The process may 
be ronftnued until the plants have four 10 
Six inches, enough to allaia lull g-gwtil. , 




Shirley Squirrel Eats Her Breakfast 



^ . (By F. ».) . 

„ A^ V^OMB, now," said Mother Squfrrel 
I , "S»t up your pine cones and 
then you can fo out and play." 

'Mother. I don't like pine cones for 
breakfast, " aald Shirley Squirrel. "1 wish 
we could ha3^ aomethfnr^^ to eat. 
J 11 bet the othier wood folks have some- 
thing much better than ,pine 'conea lor 

• their breakfast." 

Mother Squirrel smiled; she knew that 
' all litfle folks think other people have 
nuitii belter things to eat. "Why don" 
yuu go out and' see what th« ettier anlouds 
have, dear?" 

So Shirley Squirrel took ofl her plb and 
ran out to see the o^er forest folk «t 

breakfast. 

First she found Mr. Bruin, the big brown 
biar. "Good moiuing, Mr. Brum, " she 
said. "What are you hATbiff for bfOO^ 

lasf" 

"Ants, ' Mr. Bruin answered, lickmg his 
chops, "t just found a whole hill of them. 

• Would you like to try some''" 

J Shirley's eyes sparkled. Ants for break- 
fast did sound Interesting. She picked 
<'■..<' up and ta.stcd it. "Qh. K'S siQur»" She 
exclaimed, ' r don't Uke your breakfast 

- at all, m Bruta.- 

Next Shir ley„ went down to the brook 
wiiere Mr. Trout lived; he, too, was at 
breakfast. "Well. weU," he called when he 
•aw the little aqulrreL "L taavia't aeen 



you for a long tlihe. Have aome break - 
fast'> may flMir thiy m(Mtt ft lovely 

rneal." ' — ' — — ~'' ' " 

ShUrley looked at them for a while, they 
didn't look very good to eat, not nearly 
, as good, as pine cones, then aht answered, 
"No. thank you. I do not think I would 
like them." 

"Suit yourself," laughed Mr. Trout, "but 
- they make a* wonderful briMkf ait." 

Shirloy had just about decided to go 
home and get her own breakfast when she 

nobiu mikM ie t i ^ 

"Hello, ShirW y Squirrel, ' chirped Mrs. 
Robin— Mrs. Hobm always chirped or 
sang— "How are you this morning? I Juafe 
'caught a nice earthworm. fOT breakfast. 

The children love them." 

"O-o-o-o-oh!" Shirley 8qulrrel^*tid»^ 
dered. ' Worms for breakf:i.st. How ter- 
, rlble. ' Then she ran for home as fast as 

^e could. — - 

"Wlmf Bark so soon''" her mother 
said when s ite cam e In the door. 'Did 
you have breakfastV" ~ " 

'•;ier. I didn't have aiivthinR to 
eat except an ant that Mr. Bruin gave 
merit was bttter, too. May I still have 

my breakfast?" ~ 

"Yes, dear," said Mother Squirrel. 
^ she Was eating her pine cones fihli'-, 
ley thought, "Pine cones are really very 
good for breakfast; much better than 
ants and May files and worms. I'll never 
•ay Z 4o not Uke my ptiie cones again." 



Learning What the Birds 
Know 

COLONEli Lhndberg. while at Bremen, 
Ucrniany. stood by an airplane, shook 
li.mds with the airwoman In it, and 
Slopped to talk with her a few minutes, 
naere might aeem nothing remarkable 

in thaV wlien airmen all the world over 
do homage to darln|^ airwomen^ and the 
one in the plane at Bremen was Flight- 
Captain Hanna Reltaeh, . the. dbly on*-i6- 

hold thai rank. 

But wait. While the twQ^wert talking, 
the plane, which is a helie(^)ter, was eight- 
een Inches ofT the ground. Fraiilein 
Reitsch kept it there with her helicopter 
engine as magically suspended between 
h('avP!i and earth as If IL had been Ito- 
hammed s coffin, or Peter Pan. 

The antoglro. a kind of helicopter, with 
It , vnncs whiiiini; l.ori.'oiitally, many have 
eeen, even over London, where the Metro- 
politan PoUce haVe employed one in prac- 
tice many times in the la.st two Summers. 
! The.se niachlne.s have shown that they can 
soar. In the sense that they can support 
^ themselves In the air with, their vanes, 
^ hlle moving for.ward at a comparatively 
slow pace. . ' ^ 

Thty dimtJt soar as a kestrel soars, when 
With vibrating wuiks It. hovers wlthrut 
forward motion in one spot. We have seen 
a kestrel ho ver i ng , an d a p oU c a he li c op t e r 
movlnK over Richmond Old Deer Park at 
the Same time, and noted the difference. 

But this new German helicopter, in the 
corkpit of which sat Frauleln Reitsch, ia 
said to, be able not only to styor In the air. 
but to rise straight up and come down in 
the same line, but to move backwards and 
^aidevtfays. Just like a bird. If all that is 
. *'^clalmed for It can be juatlfled. ttUa is a 
new departure in flight. 

Pictures in the Sand 

A FRENCH explorlhf ship was wrecked 
in a storm' «lffhteen msnthi gfO off 
the w.est coast of Iceland. 
Now flve_fllmf.^ave been found haU^ 

burled In sand three miles from the .scene 
of the wreck. They have been developed 
by a disabled .tailor^ Who found the red 
piotectinK paper, the films, and the spogils 
one solid block spotted wiUi sand and salt. 

He soaked them for over two hours, and 
then unrolled them and developed them In 
the usual way. Although .spoiled at the 
^•dges by the sea water, they show a view 
r-of the coast and soma members of the 
crew on board. 

.. This Kiod JVorld . - 

HE walked i ntily down the road 
pushing a broken-down pram with a 
bundle of washing In it. Perh'aps he was 
seven years old. rtierc was a tear In his 
' .«iiorts, but it did not appear to trouble 
lum 

It troubled Mrs. X. on her way to London 
to buy her own little bojr*s outfit for his 
lust boaidlnB-school. Mr. and Mrs. X h|4_ 
worried over the outfit a good deal, they 
li.;d puiched here, and cut down there, 
and gone without this and that to pay 
for it. There l e ailj' ii m snt a Pvmy to 
spare. 

tUtysi^heiesii, Mra. X found herself say- 
^ ^tng.; "?Aftd I ilranted a cheap pair of tweed 
nr flannel shorts for a boy about seven " 
This is tlie cheapest we have, madam." 
said tiM Mstsiant. "8even-and-eleven," 
~ cinod tweed,' ydii see, Uired, and "full of 
wear." ■ . . ..^.-^ .. ; ' 

"I'm afraid X couldn't afford that," said 
Mrs X. *"I lust wahttd a elM#p pair tor 

pharlty." 

- ^ "Oh," said the assii^t. "U It Is for 

charity, that's different. Walt a msOlint, 
madam, and I'll see what can be done.** 

Away ,he went with the garment 

He soon returned Would tlurMra9d<% 
Six be all right, madam?" 



"Oh. yes! Thank you very much." 

"Not at all. madam. We always like to 
help when we can ' 

Mrs. X went back to the country with a 
warm heart, not only because the little 
boy yould now have warm let^s. but be- 
cause she had found tlial a big business 
firm was Dot the soulless thhig' she had 
imaRined, bat was Jost as human as a 
village. 




The Unseen Combat 



"Hello, Shirley Squirrel," chirped Mrs. Robin "How »rt yo*i this morning? I juif cjught ■ nice earthworm 
for bfMkfMt. The childrtn Iwt Hitm." "Oh!" Shirky Squirrel tbuddtrtd, "worms for brukfatt How 

NtrriMs." Him ikt'rsa for Imms m Hm m lb* cs«l4. 

CThe Radiant Qirl Poel 



IN spite of laws which forbid such prac- 
tices, there^has tfepn a duel In London, 
un.seen by huijian eye, but proved by sound 
and sign which any Scout or Guide would 
Instantly idMitify, 

One of the combatants is 'a handsome 

white cockat(X) of some forty five years, 
and his was the voice, loud and itidignant, 
that, mingling with growls and shrieks, 
railed his owner Into the f garden where 

tlie affray Occurred. 

On the grass lay two feathers; beside 
them was a heap of fur, easUy reoognlzed 
a.*: that of a nclRhborlng cat of warlike 
record. The bird, his feathers raised in 
wrath, w&s strutting haughtily about, ut- 
tering sounds which evidently constituted 
-his running commentary on the regret-. 
Uble airah:.^..^_^_^ 

Apparently, not knowing the prowess of 

Cocky, the cat had pounced, m the expec- 
tation of a meal, only to llnd that It had 
caught a tartar. Cocky had fallen on 
Pussy with beak and claws, removed a 
considerable portion of his enemy.'s coat, 
and been left masteir of the field; for the 
cat had fled In Ignominy. 

As a result the bird now takes hlfi walks 
abroad In the open garden. In full sight of 
traffic and pedestHans, as freely as he 
moves about the hou.se. A tnrd of charac- 
ter. Cocky scorns and biighlly persecutes 
those who are nepous with him, but of 
those who like h 1 m . and tryst- him he Is 
extravagantly fond. 

A humorist, he persisted for a time hi 
picking up coke merely because he was 
scolded for doing so. llaving been several 
times admonished for It. he suddenly 
changed his tactics. He suil steals coke, 
but now. like a jxTfect retriever, takes It to 
his masUir and lays it at his feet. 

A Fairy Tale Comes True 



HE was born iia the Friendly Islands 
^ and went to live in New Zealand at 
the aRC of six -Gloria Jasmine Raw- 
linson, ^ay, lively, sparkling, like a dark- 
eyed pixie. 

She dancpd and played as other girls 
do. She went to school for a year, and 
then a terrible epidemic swept New Zea- 
land." For a fona; time Gloria lay 111 and 
suffering and It was feared she would 
never recover. When she' did recover she 
coiild not walk any more; could not skip 
and dance, dr'-go running to school. She 
had to spendi-her time In bed, or in an 
Invalid cbalr. -and. rarely moved from one 
room. 

Facing Life Together 

GLORIA, however, had a brave mother 
^6 talk to her and teach her and give 
her couraRc Thoy faced life together. 
They read books — nur-scry stories* 
Shakespeare, polUioal. books, and poetry, 
and when Gloria was nine or ten she be- 
gan to write verse l\er self. A vo lume 
called "Gloria's Bocfkv was pnbHshedV and 
later " another called "The Perfume 
, Vendor." That was about three years ago, 
when she was, fifteen. The poems wer4 so 
popular that Gloria became a celebrity. 
Thousands of copies of "The Perfvlme 
Vendor " have been sold, and It has been 
translated Into other languages. People 
write to Gloria from all over the world. 
One of her greatest treasures Is a letter 
from President Roosevelt, who aUo has 
to go al)out in an invalid chair, as she 
does. Gloria's room in Auckland Is al- 



ways crowded with visitors, young, old, 
rich. poor. New Zealand's Prime Minister 
paid her a surprise visit last New Year'* 
Eve. Sometime^ people call on the little 
•invalid with the Intention of cheering her 
up, but It is they who are cheered up. for 
she seems to give out an mdescribable 
radiance. 

An Imaginifivc Story 

IF you read her newest book ("Music in 
the Llstenlng-Place"), which has just 
been published, you will be aware of the 
magic of her radiant spirit. Although 
this book Is prose, It Is prose with the 
Whigs of poesy, the story of a girl of 
Gloria's own age, and of wtird little peo- 
ple c.illrd the Turehu, who have no shad- 
Qws aiid in. whom the Maoris^ believe. Not 
an ordinary novel, not a stbfy for little 
children. "Music in the List/'nine-Place" 
is something unique and oi.riinui. richly 
imaginative, full of humor;, eved tin sad 
parts have an air of comedy. The plot i."5 
fantastic, spun together with igossamer 
I'beauCyrpeulrDf^wtsdom beiqr^ught in 
the meshes, like dcwdrops in a spider's 
web. You wonder how a i^l ^who nas 
I been so cut htl from the world can know 
so much about people and about animals, 
birds and Insects. It la evident that she. 
loves them all; her heart melts wlt^ com- 
passion for all tiny, helpless thinRs 

She wrote this book nine times before 
Offering it for publication, which shows 
how rntlmsiastic she Is about her work, 
and how earnest to giye th^ world o|3ly 
herbes^ . ^ 



HIS Is a fairy tale come true, the tale 
a cafe In L iverpoo l. Pngland. ' 
Every cTay a customer would come Into 
the cafe and ask for scrambled eggs. 
There was always trouble, for it seemed 
as If no one could scramble eggs to the* 
cu.sfonicr s complete satisfaction. 

They were all at their wit s end to please 
the dl« gnmtl e d o n ^ . f o r in spite ^f the 
fact that he never Kot Just what he 
wanted he came every day. One day, out 
of the blue, a lady appeared and asked for 
work, but unfortunately there, did not 
seem much that she could do. She was 
given a Job, hbwftver, and m intle later 
someone had an Idea. Why not ask her 
if she eould scramble eggs? She could 
and did, and she did It. strange to relate, 
enUrely>o the eistomir's satisfaction. 

Nothing happened after this except that 
one diay the customer asked, as if by 
chines, 'Who was senunbttng his oggs so 
wen. 

Months went by, and years, and still the 
man would come for his scrambled eggs, 
until there came a day when he jUd net 
come. The next day passed, and a wecfk 
wvnt by, a mo^th, and at last by chance 
It was loarnsd that the ^nai^ had dled,^< ^ 

A little while and the .scrambled eggs 
man was forgotten at the cafe, but, he 
had not forgotten t6s Uttls woman who 
did one thing wtU, f Of BriAd lift ^sr la 
small fortune. 

It Is Mrs. F. S. Boyd, of Waverlree. who 

Is now teuirif hor frtipds tills laify taio 
MOM trail 



The Bridge Builders 

l^^vN Sidney & birthday he had a .com- 
yj plete set of carpentering tools as a 

present from his father. 

"Now perhapf you'll help me to make 
that little bridge. we've always wanted?" 
Jia<juggested to his friend Donald, who 



lived next door. 

" Fine Idea! Lets begin now," was 
Donald's reply. 

Sq down at the bottom of Sidney's 
garden the two boys were soon cotislder- 
ing the possibilities of bridging tho-Uttis^ 
stream that separated their homes. 

"This Is the very placej but that tree is 
In the way, " Sidney said, pointing. ' " ; 

"Well, you've got a saw g^ow." his friend 
remarked. "Let's tiAe tums at . sawing, 
the tree down." ' 

So Sidney fetched a bit of hard soap on 
which to rub the siw's teeth every now ; 
and then, also a bit of rope for the pulling 
when the trunk was sawn nearly through. 

But tree felling wto a bigger Job than^ 
the boys had ' im.it^ined, .and, after all, 
Sidney's saw was only a small one^ So 
their arms were tired and they had to rest 
by the time they had madS a detpUh cut 
Into the trunk. 

"Um! Our bridge Is going to take a bit 
Of tmiv^ we shall have to taekio this tret 
for several evenings yet. I believe." Sidney 
sald.^j: Weill, .start again oh Monday after 
•ehok" 

But during tlie w<5ek-end a gale blew 
up. The wind howled and rag<?d furlous- 
ly*aU through th« Sunday night, and once 
a.Mff eraek, followed by a crash, woka 
SIdnPy'.? father and itiother. 
"A tree down somewhere." Sidney's, 
""lather said. "I wish It was that old apple ^ 
' trsf aftho bd^tom of the garden ; it would 



save me a long Job. That's too much to 
hope for, though, I suppose." 

But Donald's people had heard the . 
crash, too, so the two boys pre s entl y^net 
on opposite sides of the stream. 

Sure enough It was the apple tree, and 

it had f&llen right across the stream! 

"Cheers!" cried Sidney. "Heres our 
bridge all ready made without any more 

trouble! " 

His father arrived to fhid the two boys 
running to and fro over their tree bridge. 

"A bit of lock for me, too, " h« said. 
"The roots were' ."^poi linn this part of the 
garden. I should have had to cut it down, 
but you boys and the wind have saved ms 
the trouble." 

But Sidney reckons that he and Donald 
xlid most of the work; the wind only 
.Unlshed: It off. 



A Tree in a Bottle 

• ' ' '' " - 

HFRSvis ^mebhing you can; make to 
puzz|e your frlmds. Get a glass bot- 
tle of alrnpst any kind with a nOher small 
neck. Now cut from a fir tree a shoot 
which will almost fiU Uie Inslds of tbo 
bottle. ' - 
Now pot Into the bottle a faw lumps of 

eandlfe wax. Stand 'he lower part of the 
bottle in some warm water, and tb*s wlU 
soon melt the wax. Take your fir shoot 
and push this dpWici through the neck of 
the bottle. , Von will find that the long 
lea ve» close together Tound the main stem, 
and so the whole thing slips through the 
openinR ra.sily When the tiny tree is 
rncc in the bottle, a hatpin 9t a knitting- 
needle Uf usofvl inr ksepthg it upright. 

Put th/» lower part of the bottle Into 
quite cold water- and the wa« will set al- 
most ttmnedlitely. Then^ trunk of the 
tree is firmly held. 



A Story of Robin Hood's Forest 



IT Is sad news for those who love the 
stories of Robin Hood and his merry 
men that another change is about to 
overtake Kisrwood Forest, their ancient 
home and fasthiess. ' 

RulTord Abbey, with hearly 19.000 acres 
of land, with slxty-islx farms and four vil- 
lages, is to ptJutXo a new owner from the 

po.ssesslon of the Savlle family, who have 
owned It s,lnce Tudor tiajes. 'i — — 



' , with its htet ofy of n 
800 years, never sheltered the bold men of 
the greenwood, but, with Clumber (re- 
cently dismauUed and its conteiils sold) 
and W e lb e ek. It was one of -Vm groat 
houses which gave the nanje Of the Dttk* 
erles to these forest scenes. 

They grew up In a Sherw ood Forest 
which at one time covered an area of 200 
square n>Ues. St. Nicholas' Church at Not- 
tingham had a nineteenth century vicar 
whose father remembered the forest i>lill 
stretching unbroken from NottinRham to 
Mansfield, fourteen miles away. It i.s siiU 
irest glories of the kingdom., 
with trees probably unexcelled in the land 
for size and age. What secreUi «ume of 
Hi e m Boa id tett II we mlgti t put t e n gwee in 
trees: tales of Kings and Queens who 
came to RufTord, of statesmen, war^ors, 
poets, a^long enchanting procession down 
the'eenturias. ^ . 



Ant Architects 

PROBABLY you have heard of the huge 
hills that certain sorts of ants build as 
houses. Some of these are as much as 
thirty feet high. ' 

A friend who has lived in Centra! Africa 
tells me that It Is the custom among some 
of thr tribes there to drive otft the ant%to 
use such mounds as dwelling places for 
tlum.selves and their families. 

Very good homes they make, too. Tor 
the first owners build solidly and well, and 

not even severe tropical storms can de- 
stroy their wolk — or even do much damage 
to it. ^ - 

The Beautiful Lady's 
Jet.Black Hai^ 

IN spite of the fact that Japanese soldiers 
have Invaded China and are making 
wai' on the Chuiese. tin re are many 
Japanese who do not want war and feel 
very sad about the hatred their country 
Is earning all over the world. 

A youn.; American Interpreter attached 
to the Ameruan Embas.sy m Tokio tells 
how these Japanese peace-lovers are 
drcs.-inK In sombre clothes, trying to in- 
llueiicc theu Uovenuiunt to stop the war, 
and making every effort to show foreign- 
ers withui their country ttl^lrr^MrTew- 
over the hghting. 

The-jfimitg man reports thati after the 
Amerl'-.in Kunboat Panay wals sunk In 
the Yangtze River the American Lmbaisy 
was simply besieged by Japanese people 
ronung to make their' moft ttumMt 
apologies. ' 

The greatest show of humtiiation ,waa 
made by a beautiful J. ipanr.se lady of 
noble birth who appeared before the. Am- 
bassador's secretary and, after stating 
her deep regret and sorrow, cut off her 
long jet-black hair. This Is one of the 
greatest possible saerlflees a Japanese 
lady can make. . 



Tennyson knew a tree such as thMO. 
and as an experiment, to. test the de- 
gree In which it was In his power as a poet 
to humanize external nature (as he saldt 
-he gave us his poem "The Talking Oak " 
But Tennyson did not know that oaks 
take secrets to themselves and hide them^ 
AS long as their life lasts It was here at 
Sherwood thai an astonishing discovery of 
tha kind wai ^ade. Two ancient oaks 
were felled and sawn \ip as timber, and 
ine inches below the bark ''of one tree 
were found the initials and crown of Wil- 
liam the Third, cut wliile that monarch 
yet lived. A foot below the bark of Uie 
other tree, utd- a foot from Its centre, 
'' were the Initials of James the KiI•^t The 
. Initials more hidden were duplica.ted, as it 
were. First there were thrletters cut in 
the wood, sllll clear as when they were 
carved. Then there were similar letters, 
embossed, so to speak, grown Into the 
spaces caused by the cutting of tha In- 
ci.sed letters ^ 
When new wp^ grows to make good 
— th a sl i ght damsWff (a bn»l>y rulA i ng letters 



A Daughter's Story of 
Her Mother 

THE daughter of ^Madame Curie, who 
made all the world her debtor for the 
di.scovery of radium, has written a biog- 
raphy of her mother which makes us 
better acquainted with the courage and 
enduraiu» that combined to.daso much 
for mankind. 

Madame Cnrie was bom as Marie Sklo- 
dovska, a Polish girl, who drudged as a 
governess for many years to find funds for 
study Ih France at the Sorbohne. As a 
student she lived on about sl;dy cents^ 
day and could^ever afford a new drou. 
Har.ataceh fw" r ad i o>a et l v e s u bstances : 

Occupied years of patirnt toil. When, fi- 
nally, she knew beyond doubt that pitch- 
blende contained a rare radiating metal, 
she spent four years in e'xtractlng a 
minute quantity of miraculotis radium 
from tons of dross. 

' It Is an Inspiring lesson in what Intsl- 
Ugent application and pure Integrity can 
accomplish. The poor Polish girl gaV% 
eternal distinction to the name of her 
French huslpap d. who waaJ Umself a m an 
of note. ■ 



- Tongw^'wffters 

~ Why wont wise WlUy work wiUlngly 
white Wendy washes wUd ^aUy* 



SUly Sally splashes SUklTs' 
iUkle sighs sadly. 



Riddles 



What is the best ship on the ocean?— 
•eamaashliil. 

What collection- of words made into a 
word is always pronotwced wrongly?— 
W-r-o-o-g-l-y, ' ' 'i 



or a pattern, the wood trrows over the part, 
but never becomes attached to it. With 

ters came away from the others like fin- 
gers drawn from a glove, and thus revealed 
the secret df the letters which, bid beetr 
hidden for ccfnturies. 



The Native Boy and the 
' Dustbin 

THtB llttla tail comet from Durban, 
South Africa 
A small native boy was carrying a big 
dustbin up a steep hill for delivery tu a 
customer. It was a hot day, but tho Uttte 
chap staggered on. 

An Idle terriec came along and mis- 
chievously snapped at the boy's bare legs, 
and. dropping lus load, the boy bcKan to 
reiponstrate with Uie pup. Meanwhile 
the dustbtai be«lm to roll downhilU gather- 
ing speed and clanging loudly as it went. 

Leaving the pup, the boy chased the 
dwstbm and the pup clia.'>eU the boyj but 
the dustbin rolled fafter than' either boy 
or pup could run. and llnally c^imc to a 
stop against the front type ul a niotur 
cycle. 

When the boy panted up he carefully 
picked up a tiny pifuce of cggsneil whith 
had fallen out of the bin whan ft crashed, 
and put It i)ack geptly before replacing 
the dented lid. • , 

"Why do you put back that rubbish?" 
asked the owner of the motor cycte, Who 
fortunately had escaped harm. 

"You see. boss." answered the UtUe 
native, my b<j.ss he tell mt to bs careful 
and lose nuthin '.'-'- 



An African Folk Tale 

THE crocodile very inany yrars ago littd 
a lovely skin, It was^ a« soft as silk 
and its color was bl«e~ All the other 
animals u.sed to envy thf» crorfKlil»>. and 
came long distances to see it for thgm- 
selves. The crocodile at length becan;is 
very proud and would not speak to the 
other animals. 

One day a cteVer rabbit visited the 
crocodile and said: "I have ( <und an 
animar which has a better .vk;n than 
yours; come with me and I wKi prove it. " 

The crocodile was vefy cross on hearing 
this and said: "Lead the way, rabbit, to 
tins wonderful animal. I don't believe 
you I ' ^ • • * 

The two started oft over the veld, at 
last the rstbblt said. 'Go into the Ull 
bush over there where the smoke is 
thickest and vdu will find the .'inimal I 
spoke to you about. ' At Ltiat nu>ment a 
strong wind got up, and blew thr- 
Info a big Krass fire. 

The crocodile ntiide, oH to tlie river as 
fast as possible, but the heat of the fire 
blistered his skm so much that ugly .sralci 
appeared. The crocodile was so furious 
about the trtck the rabbit had pUiyed on 
him. that lie lies hi wait to catch any 
aiUmal coming to drink, just to revenge 
himialf> ~for now he is the u gliest o f the 
animals — and knowsir.^^.TT.^ii^MloWBO. 



Puzzle; 



Word Squirf _„ 

Pursue; a hut r to take advantage of; 
Frenelrrlver; a girl's name. 



Changed Letters 

" I am a flower made up o f four letters 
Change my first and I am a part of your 
face; change my second and I am' a verb 
meaning to get up; change my thlnd and 
I am a tlilck eord^ ohaafo my last and I 
am a Boottlsh eounfr 

- ■ An8 w( M S' jiea t week. 



Lifst Week's Answers *- 

Charad»> Garden (guard, N>. 

Buried Bi(ds— Tit,, owl, emu, eagle, 
ostrleh. thnifti. 

J^tled Trades Compositor, stevedore, 
electrician, tanner, carpenter, anginoer. 
eliatifleiir, blacksmith. 

Why.shotrfil a masier look after the let- 
ter 8? ^'Because if he Hi&ss it ba bteomes 
• flutat. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, MAY 1, J9J8 



s 



Qreal 



rilain and the Ddminions Ouerseas 



Monarchy 
Renewed 



Gains 
Vigour 



In Work of Empire 

Hli<i Surviv«Ml DoiihtH and Frar^ F ollow in<>; < >isis 
— I'lihlir \p|>r«'(*iati^i In liirr»'a««in;; Daily — 
(*roHtli of Affrj'tioii Slrikiii«;l\ n«*ar— 
Uuecr Keferences to ^"Auutber IMace" 



Sy OLAlCVnXa OAMW 

LONDON (BUP).— One of the questions mdst frequently 
•sked by visitors from Overseas is how dQ<es the Mon- 
archy now stand after all the tribulations through^whieh 

it passed at the time of the abdication of Edward VIII. 

It la always gratifying to ob- i ries, have appeared in the vlcln- 
senre the pleasure with which | ity of the Mansion House ahd 

the answer Is Rreetcd. for the an- \ the Stork Exrhan(?e. Scores of 
swer Is that the Monarchy has young men have closely m- 



LiifilisliK iHiutu Han 
E f f e r t i V II try of 
kie pulsing BandilM 



LEEDS (HUPi A new 
(>m&thod of dealing with 
a gbiman was tried w)tti 
iinod effect by Mrs E. M. 
Rolluisoii, 60-year-old pro- 
prietres.s of a small shop 
here. A young man dashed 
Into the shop with a drawn 
revolver and snarled ' Slick 
'em up. I want ail that's 
in the till." "Dent bt dsft." 
Mrs. Rolllnson retorted. "If 
you don't get out In two 
seconds, I'll let you have 
this." She plclied up a 
^ur-ounce weight. ' The 
gunman fled. 



Duplicate London Street For ^owtQiant Book Reveals. 

Wonders of London- 
And All Its Works 



not only survived all the doubts 
and fears that at one time 
existed, but has emerged from 
the cri.si.s with now .strength and 
a renewed place in the hearts 0/ 
the people. 

The people of this Island give 
Uieir loyalty to the Monarchy 
_wlthout question, but It Is a mat- 
ter of time to win their aHection. 
The memory of George V and the 
place which he wnn among his 
subjects are too recent to permit 
Of a similar eminence belhl se- 
cured by OeorKo Vi 

LONG SLKVICE 

Long though the present King 
li.is .served his cnuntry, t-rst. a.s 
Prmce Albert, then as Duke of 
York, and finally as King, his 
record of service does not span 
the years and changing times' as 



QMcted the.se instruments of de- 
fence and Ustened to the appeals 
of recruiting sergeants and read 
the leafletis Issued i?y.the Wmx 

Office. ' ■ . ~ 

The contrast between the busy 

but peaceful centre of commerce, 
banking, insurance and liiuince, 
and the.se weapons (if war has 
been so striking 'that attention 
was h-resistlble, and the War Of- 
fice, judging by the number of 
enquiries which have been made, 
hope that they have secured a 
large number of recruits for their 
anti-aircraft. Territorial bat- 
talions 

' ANOTHRW Pf,A( F • 
The theory thai what is .said In 
the House of Commons Is not 
known to the House of Lords, and i 
«vhat noble Lords say is none of 
the reign of George V did, and it the business of the Commons, 
will still be some time before the 1 has led to considerable ingenuity 
deeper foundations of affection | In. both Houses in referiing to 



BY BAa OUOIil 

Hooded Monk of Fletching 
Makes His Visits Just 
Before Disasters 



and deference are laid This, 
however, Is true, that George VI 
has a greater fund of public a/"- 
feetion than his father could 
draw upon at a similar period of 
his reign, and that public appre- 
ciation of the work he is doing 
Increasea^daily. His striking re- 
.semblance in many ways to his 
father has rightly given him an 
endearment to the people, and 
the manner In which he had 
been a.sslsted by the Queen has 
strcngtluiu'd the Monarchial 
hold on the country- Without 



what is called "anotlier place" 

Members of the House of Lords 
dunnK debates have wished >to 
refer to the speeches of Mr. Nev- 
llfe Chamberlain and members 
of the ("Minnions to refer to 

tlie siatenienu of Lord Hallfax^l Crimean and Great Wars and 



LONDON I BUP I A visit from 
a ghost. whi2se appearance Is be- 
liev^ to hariirt wtrtnrtiina, haa 
alarmed the whola tlUage of 

FletchuiR. 

The apparition was a hooded 
monk, who.' legend says, wai> 
killed himdreds of years ago In 
the Fletching Church Me has 
been seen from time to time, al- 
ways Just before a disaster. 

Captain P. Miller, of the 
ChiArh Army, who was practic- 
ing Ml his violin, was startled 
when a hooded figure ran 
through the church. 

So Icrrilud are the villagers 
that they have asked the vicar to 
have the armor ah!d*sword of the 
Earl of Abergavenny firmly wired 
lo the wall The.se fell from the 
wall at the outbreak of the 




Voliiiiie With IVosak* I'itl*' Full of liil(>re8tiiig 
Details of l.if<> in llic (^r<'at >l(>lro|>«)lu 
i'upulatiuii Still GroHs Kapidly 



L 




A Clote-Up of Charles Laughton, famous British film star, and Vivien Leigh, as they entertained a queue at 

the Holborn Efflpirt, one of London's most lamout music halls. This picture was taken at Elstreck where 1 three hours and twelve mUlUtes , risking their lived for their COUn^ 



ONDON (BUP) — A giant book that teUs of the wonders 
of London, the greatness of the* city's commerce, triipric 
and of the life, destinies and the WtaknHlM of the cltt* 

zens has just been published. - • 
The book^ is known by the ( — = — ■ 

prosaic title. ••London Statistics, 
Volume 40 " it is publislied by 
the London County Council and 
is sold at fifteen shillings' t^bout 
$3.75). 

The T<^me reveals that Lon- 
don has a population of 8;J33,- 
942 and Is still growins r.ipuily, 
that Londoners. marry each other 
at the rate of 120 each day and 
tnat ae.ouo are bom every year 
and 51,000 die every ycir 
enough to desolate a whole pro- 
vincial ettsr. 

Londoners get an avcrace of 



AGENTS 
OilAKmKEiS 

Scord of Unknown Identity 
Daily Risk ^vcs for , 
Their Country 

; t - 

rLONDON (BUPV 



A score or 

more Brlti.sh wduumi are dally 



this part of London was built tipecially for the new him. 



Can Ma Has LargpF 
Of All Pavilions at 
Exhibi tion o f Empire 

« ' * * 

HaM BifC^pHt .Space in Total of I 7,> .\rres — (JohI of 
Wliole ExpoMition Wilf Reach $50,000,040-H 
Dominion's Striking DL^play 



They have been able to do so un- 
der an elastic ruling, but there 
has been considerable vigilance 
by the Speaker and .the Lord 
Chancellor to see that no mem- 
ber ha;S u^ this .latitude to at- 
Uck either the Premier or the 
Foreign Secretary who. of course. 



have been associated in some 
way with the appMU«ne« of the 

ghust. 



any^ speetaeulal' show, without cannot reply because they sit in 

ostentation Of a .sense that he ' di fTricnt yionscs 



was beniR a new type of mon- 
.arch, the King has surprised his 
subjects by his visits to the poor- 
est districts of the country and 
his .solicitude fnr the ItM fortu- 
nate of hu people^ 

Sometimes without the formal- 
it y of a previous announcementj 
the King and Queen h&ve ap- 
peared In slum areai, looked Into 
homes, chitted with working 
men and women, and left beliind 
-a feeling that the Knig and 
Queen have much of that 
fatherly interest in their sub- 
jects that .so dist ingui .shed the 
later years of the reign 'of'Oeorge 
V. and Queen Mary. Women at 

_the 'washtub or busy with the 
task of keeping their homes clean 
have been surprised to find the 
king and Queen visiting them, 
and their sense of family interest 
has always been evinced by their 
enquiries about the Princesses 

' and th^r regret that they could 
not ci 're wiMi tlielr parents 

INK.KKST IS INDtSTRY 

AfSimllar Interest hiMr^been 



CRISIS l\ A COKKIDUK 
Here are two stories about 

charwomen, or as they some- 
times call themselves, "char- 
ladles," otherwise cleaners, in 



Attrihutrs 
Not Exactly 
As Required 



NEW DELHI (BUP I. —Among 

the applicants for the post of 



GLASGOW (BUP).— The Cankdian Pavilion at the Em^ 
pire Exhibition at Bellahouston Park here is larger than 
those of any of the other Dominions and Colonies. The 
Exhibition, declared to l>e the greatest Empin Exhibition ever 
staged, covers an- area of 175 acres and will last from May, 
when King Cieorge performs the opening ceremony, until 
October. It I's certainly the greatest Empire Exhibition since 
the famous one at Wembley in 1924, and when it is Completed 
its total cost wilLreach $50,000,000. 



PITCAIRN ISLAND 
NOW ON THE AIR 



Incenuitr of DeM-endsnt of- Bounty 
Mtttlneer RespoMible for Mod- 



SYDNEY. N5.W. (BUP».— 
Wlrieless fans can- now listen in 

to the descendant's of the Bounty 
mutineers, for Pltcairn Island is 

on the air. ■ • 
The Island owes Its present 

radio transmittei- lo the In- 
l^enuity of Andrew Young, one 
of the islanders. He obtained a 
crystal receiver and ah old 

I automobile ignition coil from a 
pa.ssing ship and built a crude 
radio transmitter with a range 

Prom May «ntll October the i In front of It will be a replica of » "^''^ ^ ^ '^'^ he 



British Empire will present it.self the "Garden of the Good Neip;h- 
to the world. All the Dominions, bor," referring to the area re- 



Oovernment offlces, both of executive officer in the Ranpur. 

which are being retold through- Municipality. Punjab, was one 

out the Civil Service. ^ l^'* ^^i)><^ined his qualUlp»tlons 

^» 41.- , follow.s; 

Two of the.se women cleaners 



were overheard In Whiiehalt: — 

• This leilow Hitler Is getting a, 
bit over, himself," one said. 

"He is Indeed." said the other, 
' but r wonder who's Ijehind hmi 
Why. the Kaiser, of course.'" 

A little while ago there was an 
Important conference between 
British and French Ministers at 
the Foreuin OfHce on a Sunday 
night. Two hundred newspaper- 
men turned up for a statement 
arid littered a corridor with the 
ends of their cigarettes. 

in the morning the ebtrwomen 
arrived and contfoiplated the 
mess with utmost dlsgusL 

What do you think'S hap- 
pened, Lll? • said one. 



Zl will humbly mention that I 



am a matriculate young man of 
genius. I am a young man of 
Kood physique, possessing a 
robust ligure like Mussolini apd 
the corpulence of my whole per- 
I son resembles that of Maulana 
Shaukal All (the Moslem' 
leader 1 . 

Besides this, I am al.so un- 
couth and grim -looking gentle- 
man like Hitler." 



MARRIED 75 YEARS 



"Dunno, must have been a 

i(Jln by Their Majesties In the ; crlsi,'^ from what I .see in the pa- 
mis 



istrlal development of the t 




in 

country. In the conditions under 
which men and women work In 
f actorie.t, and in the Reneral wel- 
fare of the ma.ss of the people. 
This has particularly won the 
commendation ofiihe leaders of 
the Labor party and the ofllcials 
of t ho t r.ule unions. , 

1 ti' ii. dm iiii; the recurrent 
ciLses on foreign tUXsirs the King 
has revealed a wide knowledge of 
afTau s to his Ministers, and even 
surprised the new American Am- 
ba.vsadoFi Mr. Joseph Kennedy, 
with his acquaintance with the 
problems of th*" United Slates 
All the s\irmi.M-s that King Gfrorgr 
VI would sutler by comparison 
with the dazKllng attributes of 
Kdu.ird VIII have proved wrong. 
WUiet. somewhat reserved, but 
esibentlally human and youth- 
ful, with the serenity of a happy 
father of two young children. 
George VI has shown thai tho.sc 
qualities of ci irage which he re- 
vealed when he^wasauddcnly and 
unexpectedly called upon to take 
er the Monarchy were well laid. 
an^|u)t produced by the prsfsure 

^of ciif'ii^stance. ^, 

Ata ment in WmiHBnal Rugby 
fo<itball irixteh between England 
and Scotland, at which our Scot- 
tlrti Queen altMided her first 
match. It was i^iklngly clear 
during the singing of the Na- 
tional Anthem and the cheerinK 
for Their Majesties that there 
was not only real gratitude for 
this courn«e and devotion to 
July, but also real aflectlon, 
BlF Wi tm AGAlIfIT lAlM 
The rase with which enemy air 
raiders could reach London, and 
the necessity for adequate de- 
fenre 1.^ tlie one topic anion(f 
.ondonei;^ which Ls daily pre.sent. 

Keecntly the anti-aircraft de- 
t<ichment.s of the Army have 
b<»pn conducting a recruiting 
' ampaign m the heart of the 
City of London. At luncheon 
time antl-alreraft ft 
•iarchlithu noit&tsd on 



pers. ■ replied the other. 
, 'Well, I wish they wouldn't 
have their crisis iQ my corridor." 

' Docs my pr.irtK ini; make you 
nervy?" asked the man who was 
leamling to play a saxophone 

"It did when I first heard the 
neighbors di.scussing It It," re- 
plied the man next door, "but 
now I don't care what happens 
to you " 



MIM.AVD. Sussex *BUP I. Mr 
and Mrs James West, aged 
ninety-eight and ninety-one. 
have Just celebrated their sev- 
<»nty-flfth weddinK anniversary 
here. ( 

They are Milland's oldest ln| 
habitants, having lived there ah 
their live.s and were farmers 
there for fifty years. 

They had fourteen children 
and now have about 100 de- 
.scendant.s They have been away 
from each other only for two 
days in the seventy- ft ve years. 

Mrs. West Is still active and 
looks .Tfter her hou.sehold duties 
and dpes all the cooking. 



over thirty colonies and 100 pa- 
vilions from the Home Country 
are showing, against a back- 

kround ol fountains and rus- 
cades, their products, art and 
culturer-. 

The Canadian Pavilion, which 
Is nearly completed, has been 
built from timber specially Im- 
irorted from Canada, and sur- 
mounting the pavilion is a ^tecl 



cently set apart between Canada 
and the United States to com- 
memorate the hundred years of 

peaee between the tWO Countries. 

This Peace Pavilion, sponsored 
by the League of Nations Union, 

IS being desii^ned by Alistair Mac- 
Donald. a son of the late Ramsay 
MacDonald. 

A $5,000,000 art .siiow. to Which 



I was able to learn in advance of 
the arrival of ships, with great 
benefit to the Islanders, 

About six months ago, an 
American eiitiineer was a pas- 
senger In a ship which called at 
the Island. He was astonished 
at the crudeness' of Young's 
equipment and described it in a 
technical Journal when he re- 
turned to the United States. As 
a result. Ameriean radio manu- 
facturers contributed the parts 
of a modern radio telephohe for 
the Islands and a wind-driven 
electrical power unit. 



, u -J u *^hig has sent two pictures, 

tower. 100 leet ni^h. adorned by,^,„ .^^^^ ,„ jj,e Palace of 

a hiige maple leaf. fjTrt.s 

STMBOLIC FIGU^S 1 Qttt.N IS PAIKONE.SS 

Outside the pavlllon at Its en- ^^^^ Elizabeth is patroness 
trance, are two preat hgures t«n I ^j^^ Women's .Seeiion More 
feet high, representing Jhe,^^^,^ ^j^^ ^^^^^^^^^ j,^^,^ 

flower of Canadian youth It isrcoyered for exhibits illustrating ; finished. Young was so overcome 
also hoped to have a number of 1 ^^-omen s aetivities in all parts of I w'^h delight that he could 
"MtninUes" standing on guard | i.j,npi,e nie display will be ! hardly speak when the mlcro- 

■lurd In The Wompn of the Em- Phone was handed to him. 
,pue Pavilion. Another feature I in half an hour he heard 



Two amateur operators were 

sent lioni New York to instal the 
etjuipiiieiU. When the task wa.s 




icheonl J 

i tof-j 



PAY DAY IN THK NAVY' 
Ukt their hroth«rt in civilian life. fh« hoy* in th* Navy hav# « pay day 
oncf, a week Thi« picture, taken on H M S WiWhr*. .how, th« iu k 



outside the entrance. 

The pavilion it.seU wdl have no 
windows, although there will be 
concealed lighting to make Sll 
exhibits stand out in startling 
.prominence A feature of the 
exhibits will be the largest illu- 
minated map in the Empire. It 
will cover 600 s'quare leet The 
map will tell the .>tory of Canada, 
not only geographieally. but eco- 
nomically a.s well. By pressing 
buttons, visitors will be able to 
light up such feaiiin s of Cana- 
dian life and development as 
mines, outposts of the "Moun- i 
ties," airports and cities. 

Thirty-five panels m blaek and 
white, forming a balcony round j 
the Interior of the building, will | 
Illustrate Canadian buildings of 
public and historic inlerct. and 
a dozen dioramas will tell the 
story of Canadian industry, sport 
and edueation The Canadian* 
railways and manufacturers will 
also contribute to the exposition. 

The^ pavilion covers 24,000 
.square feet, and situated In 
Dominions Avenue, "in between 
the pavilions of South Africa and 
Eire, with Australia next to that 
of Eire. 

Facing the Domini^ins" pavilion 
across a lake 400 leet lonn. with 
underground fiood-ilghUng^ and 
fountains along \ts banks, are the 

pavilion of •(,. r • , . — * 

WORK liKI.I) I l> 

Although the Canadian Pa- 
vilion i.^ nearly finished, work on 
it has been held iFp owing to 
.itrlkes and a gale which blew 
down part of the cnn.structlon. 

The Hrbund on which It stands 
had it.s first sod cut by a 90-year- 
old clan leader, the Marklnnnn 
of Macklnnon. who said after- 
wards that he hoped to "come 
back and .<iee the pavilion" whitn 
the exhibftlon npen.i 

Members of ,Srr)tfi.sh elans who 
are dispersed throughout the 

A rid are planning to return 
home espeelaUy IQ-Ma Ibt aochl- 

bltlon. 

While th e Wff iul e exhibition oc- 
cvipiea . 178 -acm>- the Palace 



will be the "Century of Fashion" 
— a fampus collection of dresses. 

The .•;Mechan leal Man ' will be 
seen Sn the Brlti.sh Government 
Pavilion This eleven foot robot 
will show all the functions of the 
body in terms of engineering: a 
pump for the heart, a camcra for 
the eye. and so un. 

There is a Highland village 
where Higi>4anders will weave 
tweeds, tartans and rug.s. and 
make ba,^kets In it there will 
be a Chief's Castle, a smithy, a 
postofnte, an inn and a weaver's 
colfanc 

A 300 -foot steel tower perched 
on a lull 170 feet above' the sea 
level will offer from three pro- 
jecting galleries a magnificent 
panorama of the exhibition and 
the surrounding countryside. 
Two eighteen-passenger lifts will 
travel to the top itt less tlkan a 
minute. 



i voiees from many countries and 
! in le.^s than fifteen minutes he 

had talked to both New York 

and Canberra. 



BOY. IS CERTIFTED 

-.DEAD THREE TIMES 

LONDON rBUP».— A fourteen- 
year-old boy who has befjn certi- 
fied dead .three times appeared 

at the Battersea Juvenile Court 

on a charne of theft. 

The mother explained that the 
boy lu'l had fits since he was 
threi years old, On the occa- 



sions when he had been rertmed 
"dead" he had become stiff aiui 
comatose and .to all appearances 
lifeless. The longest period when 
he was In this condition was 
forty-eight hours. A doctor on 
In the concert hall some of the ^^^^ fx casion had given the boy 



ur* rtctivins their money, whicii by custom is placet! am their hats whiU 

the rsak s«l ii ml ii Is tead fnm tks Utile sm^ k^ Ib *e hnigr 



ot ■nglneertng occupies the lar 

pest area Mf ai^v buildum There 
will be over 100 palaces and pa- 
vilions, with many large indus- 
trial firms building thi^ own pa- 
vilions 

There is «o be a Pavilion Of 
Peace, which is being erected in 
tht form of a t tt i tnd u n a chms. 



world s Kieatest singers and or 
chest ra.s will perform.. Six of 
Britain's most famous dance 
bands will also play before the 
audiences of 2,000'whieh the hall 
holds. 

Auto-trucks will be u.sed to 
carry visitors islong the miles of 
avenues. " 

Purlng the preliminary work 
workmen found thirty Stone Age 
tools, mostly choppers and simi- 
lar instruments. 

The general feature of the ex- 
hibition will be its compaciness, 
while Its out-standinK aspect will 
be found in Its fioodllghtlng and 
water effects. Even the trees 
win be floodTit wfTK colored lights 
I ' Sc otlan d Is the host ess. It Is 
In than^pacHy thai she invites 
yod to eome to Glasgow this 
Summer." reads one of the sio- 
I gans advertising the exhibit!^. 

■ — ' ..- 

TRtCKT 

A hard-driven -taxi - man 
ignnrrd the red signal, threatened 
the traffic p<Miceman'8 knees, 
ml.ssed the street Island by-an 
11 I h and grazed a bus 

The poiiceman strolled over 
the taxi, pulling a big handker- 
chief from his porket •Llst.en. 
cowboy,' he tjrowled On your 
way back I'll drop this and 



upJor dead 

The boy was sent 4o a remand 
home. 



try. 

Few know who they are. fo 
Ih ei r n «m e ■^ are httWfir i _ 
cret flie in the Archives Depart- 
ment. They are Britain's women 
Government Agents who have 
foiled the most cunning at tempts 
to probe the country's armament 
secrets. 

The.se women agents^re eon- 
cerned in many eases which 
never r. a( h the courts, the only 
signs of their jactlvlty being that 
» foreign bu.sine.ssman Is told 
that hi.s continued re-Mdence In 
> country is nononger . deslr- 
ile. 

To qualify for sueh a job. a 
Oman must not only be willing 
I play a lone hand In a game 
where the stakes may be death, 
but she must have courage! 
brains, a knowledge of foreign 
languages and a sojmd busine-w 
tJ'Slnlng. Before she Is given 
the .simplest assinnmenf, she l.t 
taught many things. She learns 
never to .show emotion or undue 
interest in anything, never to re- 
veal knowledge of a foreign lan- 
guaRe, and slie Is warned to treat 
nothing as Innocent and to use 
her charms. to the limit 

mwi mm 

IS LiUiflll HEAD 

Egyptiafi Sock Maker Starts 
Labor Party to Boost 
Independence 

rAiRO, Egypt — Mahmoud Ab- 
del Rahman Korra EfTendl. f)wn- 
er of a small soek factory in 
Cairo, has announred formation 
of an Egypuan LahcuLParty under 
his leadership. 

The new party has Itn execu- 
tive of nfty-two. lu flrst~«mu as 
shown In its twenty^pohit pro- 
gramme just issued. Is "to secure ^ 
the independence of the Nile 
Valley frcm its source to the 
Medlierraiiean." 

It proclaims Its allegiance to 
the present UKuiarehv and the 
constitution and proposes that 
the Sudan should be represiwited 
In Egypt's Parliament The 
party favors compuliv>ry "two- 
year military service, while an 
income Ux and bachelor tax 
would be Imposed. Freedom of 
the press would be guaranteed 
and free education would be ob- 
tained In all primary and tech- ' 
nical schools. 

Immigration Into Egypt would 
not be allowed, while foreigners 
already In the country-would not 
be allowed to acquire and possess 
TPTtl property 

8everai attempts to create a 
mother. -If you had aslted your I L Pa^'ly In Egypt to recent 
daddy how many bars there were 

! years have proved fruitless. 

to the beat, he might have been 
able to tell yotfl' 



of aunshlne dally, have 187 days 
of rain and forty-two di^s-of^og 
every ye a r . ■ . • — ■ 

THE WOMOEM 

A total of t.740,000 Londoners 

go to work More people are 
shop a.ssistants, lorry drivers and 
warehousemen than anyihin« 
else. More than 500,000 xil them 
work in distributive trades, 250,- 
000 in buildlii'^ and public works, 
162,000 in hotels, public , houses 
>and restaurants, 103,000 in en- 
gineering, a,nd 12,000 on tlia d^'s 
quays. 

The value of the goods sent to 

London troni ovei^seas last year 
was $1,615.0U0,UUU, nearly hal 
the trade of the whole klngdon 

and the value of the goods e 
ported was $725,000,000, 

About 17,000 Londoner 

one in fiOO t;et drunk a^igh 
every year to land ui^Bapolice 
court. There are M^l'l public 
houses* In London-^Ke for every 
893 people. 

London's waUPr consumption 
averages 36.54 Aallons daily for 
every man. woman and child. 
Every citizen uses twenty-five 
cents worth monthly. 

There kre 2,825 mflffrof streets 
- enough t(j stretch across the 
Atlantic from London to New 
loundland Every mile costs 
$7 2.')0 yearly to maintain. The 
cost iiuludes $2,0U0 for scav- 
enKuiR. $4.uoo for repairing ahd 
$1.2,50 for liKlitinp. 

THE CASLALTICS 
Fifty-seven thousiind people 

are killed or Injured on the roads 
every year- -twenty casualties for 
every mile of roM,, 

Oi.fcany «ivett-dny of the year 
43.000 Londoners are in hospitals. 
It ca.sts $24 08 weekly to keep a 
patient at the Middlesex Hos- 
pital and only $1656 St. 
M,ir\ on;y a irw minutes away. 
There are 28.000 lunatics In asy- 
lums—the majority at ppbUe ex- 
pense and the numMr Is In- 
creasUig. 

It costs tlhe local authorities 

$200,000 Ortn a vear, or $25 per 
head of population, to run Lon- 
don In hinning the vast city, 
the local authorities must take 
on such tasks as Inspectlnj; 
eanal boat,s, supervising adopted 
children, destroying rats and 
mice.' and licencing emigrant 
limners, name de.'ilei s. kna( kers 
yard.s. pawnbrokers and steam 
whistles. 

MOKK TO THt FOLNT 



The son of s~po^lceQian was 

learnini,' mii. ir 

How m.my beats arc. there to 
a bar in this piece of music, 
dad?" 

' P'ancy asking a policeman a 
question like that, " said the boy s 




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STIFF .<^STS FOU SPEED TOPS" 

JTlW Lond^ Folic* Driving School at HfnHon r"^'vidf« a nfiiff test foT 

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WINDHOFK .Soulhwe.st Africa 
-An attack on naturanwa Oer- 
mans 4n' flouthwest Africa wa>r 
deliver e d la th e .-Legislative A.s- 
f^mbiy here by J. D. L. 3urkc, 
merob or f o e Bw al top niun d, In a 
speech on a moMon a.sklnK the 
Oovernment of the. Union of 
South Africa to ext«id 
ers of (he Assembly 

"I have no faith any longer in 
the politic.',] faith frf the naliiral- 
Iw d Oermans in this country, " he 
said. 

"They claim dual ngttiMMUty 
and we know irat In Vf. ) t. 
of 1,000 they are German first 
and British 1." 

1 per-cent BrltiJth in or d er t o 
««cur* p H» U« i • --)fi rights 
, without any obligation . , . 
They are neither 11; > nor fowl 
Tliey wart »o be b'.'ti Br'M^h 
and German and they cannot be. 

"The Interesu of 8 ,11 d Africa 
and OermAay arii not tiM wtnki*