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VICTORIA, BRlTlbH COLUMBIA, SUJNDAY^ J UlNE AO, 1934 



FORTY PAGES 



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OBSERVE CENTENARY 

Rm at Nwrly Mflti m How. 100 Ymr Ati»-4>aii 22 



SHIP LOAOER 
BE 







Aobirt Lanoatlir Suffers 
Intiitial InHJriM Whan Hit 
by Swinohio Timbsr 

DROWNING AVERTED 

BY DAVID HUNTER 



In Jovial Mood at Raccj 4,>««y,pw/, 



Quiflk Mllon on the part r a 
fellow-WOftW, David Hunter. IJJO 
SUnley Street, possibly saved Rob- 
ert LUMMUr, 208 Oovenunent 
BlUMt, fnm drownUc, yesterday 
aftcmoon, wbm the latter fell into 
the wtten at Ocden Point Piers 
after suffering severe injuries to 
head and cheat. Fully clothed, 
Hunter plunged Into tbe water tfter 
the Injured man. 

RalMIt by C. Ac O. ambulance to 
Bt Joeephi RMpttal. It wu found 
Lancaster had eaiNdned poHlble In- 
ternal lnjv:rles. severe brulMS to 
chest, and cuts about the head and 
face. He was attended by Dr A. C 
Sinclair. At a late hour last night, 
hoepltal authorities reported the 
maa'a cooditton to be serious, 
stattnc he was suf lbf lin eoMlder- 
ably '> '-v 

K.NUCKfcU UVLKBUAKO 

WocfclBC M • atondore. helping 
to stoir a deekload o( iMBbcr aboMTd 
the Ss. Olty of Vletofla. Laneaeter 

was knocked overboard a.i a heavy 
timber on which he wa.s worklnB 
"canted" the wronn wav In fulling, 
he atruclc his head and body heavily 
on the top of the ship's rail. 

WttlMUt • noment's beHtatlon. 
Hunter dbre taito the water and aup- 
ported his badly Injured QOmpanWin. 
at some risk to himself, until both 
were taken out, when Lanra.ster was 
rushed to ho«pita1 and Tlunter went 
home to chanK'" I'Ls ( I'llhes. 

Oeail aaed en Page «. Cei— n S 

mm m 
mmm 

three Minittiri Are Leavlno 
for Departmental Surveys 
ef B.C. Areas 

start of what may become r gen- 
eral exodus from the I,ogi8latlve 
BuUdlnfs by ranktnc Cabinet Min- 
Man Mt in y a rt a r day. with the 
eoaeurrent departure at the week- 
snd of Hon. P. M. MaePhenon and 
Hon. K. C MacDonald. Hon. A. 
W. Oray will follow on Monday, 
while Premier PatluUo Is scheduled 
to leave later In the month. Mr. 
ICaePheraoD and Mr. ciray win be 
away for three weeks and Or. Mao- 
Donald for twa IHe Premier is to 

tour Northern iMtOfa at the Md Of 

this month 

The MInlfiler of Af:rlr\iUure set 
out first. leavInK on Friday evening 
for a tour of OkAnagan. Nicola and 
Cariboo points. At Vancouver he 
waa to maet Dr. O. B. McLalne. of 
the FUd a r a l Paat Contnd Branch. 
Dr. Ma(tf>onaId will meet the British 
Columbia beef rntt.lc growers' execu- 
tive and will attend live stock meet- 
tngs St Williams Lake He Is ac- 
wmpanlert by J. B. Munro, deputy 
■MM* a( a iil ai d t iu a. 

DOMINION AT WORK 
The Minister of Public Works left 
m Page niaaiB 1 




I nreportt'd If ith 

t our i*aB»enger$ 



A 



LBANT, N.T.. June B < ap) 
U Sift 



to search for an American 
Airways plane unreported at 
Bii(fii!ii fiMU iioiiis aft<'! It 
was due there from Newark. 
NJ. The plane was reported 
to ha^va eaiilid fqiv 
gan. 



DEATH TOLL 
MOUNTS HlOU 



Head of Terrorism 
Reared Once Again 
In Austrian Capital 



JACK R. Mitson. publisticr of Th* Colonist, and Hon. T. D. PattuUo. 
i'remifr ot British Colunibi.i. who acted as honorary judge at the twelfth 
annual Coloattt Bicycle Roj.l Rjcr, were snapped. I riday night, while dis- 
cussing the chances of tbc boys they figured to win. According to informa- 
tion, the Premier waa tlx bcRtr picker. Following the race, Mr. Pattullo 
officiated at the pfesratstiee eC prizes, and was given a big ovation by the 
bugc Cfowd. The Pimicr witncaicd his firit race. Friday, bat stated sfttr. it 

woald nec be Ma Isat. 



Island Girl Aids 
In a Vain Attempt 
To Save Mans Life 



Wm Riltk Price, Former VictorU Resident, AsBists 
Hatron at Lytton Hdtpital to Amputate Man'f 
Leg Terribfy Mani^ed When StmdL by a 
Train — Doctor Not Available ' 



Check-Up of Damage Done 
by Hurricane Shows Huge 
Property Loss 

SAN SALVADOR. Salvador, June 
9 (By Pan- Am e ri can Airways Wlre- 
leaa-AP).— A heavy death toll and 

property Kss, which will run far 
into the millions, will be shown In 
the final check-up of the damage 
done by Tlu«aday'a hurricane, be- 
laled'repbfb fkim prayfaMM In- 
dlcated today. 

Still cut ofT from communication 
with the interior and the outside 
world by ordinary means, Ban Sal- 
vador waa puahlng reconstruction 
work In an effort to raatore the light 
tiid water lyaliMa and to pi^enC 
an out-braak ot tvphoM or oOnt 
disea&e. 

Persons who reached here afoot or 
by muleback raparta4 ttaa provliwes 
of La Pas. Oabaaaa, Ousxatlan. 

Usulatan, San Vlncente and Miguel 
were hard hit by the high wind and 
rain which took eight or more lives 
in the capital and XMiderad 800 per- 
sons homeleaa. 

B8T1MATB mPOMUBLB 

The total number of dead could 
Contlnded on Page 2, Cofmnn 4 

SIR V. SIAMY 
DimNINDIA 

Distinguished Admiral Was 
Brother-in-Law of R. 
H. Pooley, K.C. 



Destniotiva NHHit Ends WHh 
Disoovsry of Bomb In 
ChanceHory 

MUCH DESTRUCTION 
DONE BY EXPLOSIVES 



VANCOUVER. June 9 (CP).— Two nurses of the Lytton 
General Hospital were, today, the main topic of con- 
wwMtioii among madical man hcra, for their follant 
effort to MVa a nMn'i Ufa by amputating his leg. 

Late last night, lelmer Hedburg 
was believed to have been struck 
by a Canadian National trahi east 



Research CtmncU 

Adds to Members 



of Lytton, and was taken to hoe- 



Word waa received yaaterday of 

the death, at SrinUar, India, y( 
terday, of Admiral Hon. Sir Victor 
Stanley. K.C B., who, with Lady 
Stanley, was on a visit to the ad- 
miral's brother, ah> Oeona Stanley, 
acting vicemy in the abaaoea of 
Sari WillinKdon. 

Admiral Stanley was ill only a 
few days. Be succumbed to dysen- 
try. 

The news was received with deep 
reirret by many old-time residents 



pital there In a terribly manglrri of the clly. who remembered when 
condition. Tlie two nurses, Miss he was stationed at BMlUlmalt as a 



OTTAWA, Jime 9 (CP' Two new , p^.„,. Burrows, matron, and Miss 



members were added to the National 
Research Council, it wa* announced 
today — Tom Moore, president of the 
Trades and Labor Congress, Ot- 
tawa, and R. W. Brock, of the Unl- 
veffrtty «r Bntlah Gohimbla. Van- 



READY TO FLY TO ROMK 

LONDON, June • (AP>.— Gon- 
vinead the new engine Installed In 

their plane has been satisfactorily 
broken In, Captain George PoikI 
and Lieutenant Cesare Sabelll, to- 
day, said they plan to fly to Rome 
XI Mondair If the weather patmlts. 



Lord Lonsdale Took 
Part in Hold- Up of 

Stage When Cowboy 

Sporting IVrr H<-<>alU Win Younger Days hy At- 
tending Rodeo at Wliite City— Spectacle 
Not So Wild as Reality 



LONDON. J«M 9 (AP)/-Tht Barl of Lonadala. quietly 
amused by shocking everyone with the revelation that he 
participated in a stage hold-up aixty years ago, listened 
#ith mild aatofiiahmatit today to the doHriooa ehocrt of 15,000 

compatriots witnessing an American rodeo. 



Pbr the rodeo had been dena- 



Ho blood wa.'^ spilled, no 

were hurt, and the spectacle 
hi laneral waa a tar cry froai the 

r peer's daamlpHuii of hla own 
hi aw aaar wortd. 

■LBCnUPYINO OOMflHIOIf 
Iha hale mMrtaaaaB. now seventy- 
seven yean oM. had electrified 900 



As soon tLS a cowt)oy roped a "crit- 
ter" he let go his larUt so that the 
steer would not faU and get hurt. 
AaBoarieaca raaanrad'tbe crowds 
that a yeterinary was in constant at- 
tendance. Officials held stop watches 
on bucklnR broncs which were not 
permitted to buck longer than ten 
seconds. 

HORAE.S' GOOD TIME 

To cap the rlimax the .sjime an- 



Ruth Price, a former Victoria girl 
and atafr mnae at Lytton Roapltal, 

after vain effort-s to locate a doctor, 
undertook the operation. 

nAIIf nOD AT LTTTOW 
An soon a.s the oti'^rnt ton had been 
performed, the Canadian Pacific 
Railway was asked to hold a train 
for half an hour until Hedburg 
oouM be placed aboard and rushed 
to yaaeourer. Miss Price accom- 
panied the Injured man to hospital 
here. 

In spite of the heroic efforts of 
the two nurses to save his life, 
Hedburg failed to rally and died 
at hospital here today. 

Aeoordiiit to railway oOMals, he 
was believed to have been walldng 
along the tracks when struck. 

EfTort-i are belnR made by iv)lice to 
get In touch with hir relatives. 

osahuatb or nmtUM 

Ml'^ Prlre l.<i the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. R. u Trice, 1816 Rich- 
mond Avenue, Victoria. A graduate 
of the Royal JubUee HoeplUl In the 
Island city In 1931, she is now staff 
nurse at the L>-tton Institution. 

Miss Burrows is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. B u rrow s , of Lytton. 
She Is a graduate of the Royal 
Inland Hospital at Kamloops. and 
on Rradiiatlnf W«Dt tO I^rttal fOUT 
years ago. 

LOSES HAND liV 
BOMB IN MAILS 



lieutenant ao 

ian-96. 

While here he met and married 
MLw Annie BIckertOD Pooley. 
daughter of the late Hon. C. E. 
Poolajr, KXI, 

DISTINGUISHED CAREER 

Sir Victoria had a distinguished 
career Be waa bom on January IT, 

1867. the second son of the sixteenth 
Barl Derby. He entered the Royal 
Navy at the age of thirteen; be- 
came a lieutenant in IMS. and com- 
maadar in ItOl. Four yaara later 
he was raised to the rank of 041- 
taln. In 1917 he was made rear- 
admiral. He .served at the Battle 
of Jutland, aiKl was mentioned In 
dl <)a l B h aa. IB Iftl ha bacame vioe- 
adBlral, and five yaan later, on 
retirement, wa« crested a full ad- 
miral. He served '.vi'ii 



VIENNA, Ju!ip e (AP). A nifiht 
of destructive terrorism was topped 
off today with the discovery of a 
bomb In the OhaoeeUory above the 
oOcea <rf Prince Bmst von Btar- 
hemberg, Vlce-Chancellor The 
bomb, concealed In a de.sk In an un- 
used office, was found "by accident," 
the authorities said, and was a sig- 
nal for Increased poUoe protection 
for all public buildings. 

The attempt against the Vlce- 
Chancellor followed bombings in 

heavy damage to railroads, power 
plants and other property. 

SOME NARROW ESCAPES 

Prince Von Starhemberg, several 
times prt'viDU.sl V. ha.s had narrow 
escapes from bombings and other 
violence, as have Chancellor Engel- 
bert Doilfuas and Xmil Pey, former 
Vlee-Ohaneellor. 

The outbreak last night, and to- 
day. Indicated that opposition ele- 
ments are not greatly dlstinrbed by 
DoUfuaa' decrees, making use of 
e g ploslvfa and destruction of public 
property a capital ofTence. 

Terrorism has continued at inter- 
vals ever since the decree was is- 
sued, and the Pasdst Oovemment 
has attributed most of the outrages 
to Nazi Opposition elements. 

Damage by bombs, last night and 
today. Included wrecking of the tur- 
bines of the electric power plant at 
Bregnes. paralyzing aieetrlc train 
service In parts of Vorarlberg, and 
destruction of telephone lines near 
St. Johann. 

RAILROADS CRIPPLED 
Railroad service In various sec- 
tlon.s of the country wa.s crippled as 
tracks and bridges were blown up. 
The Vienna-Balxburg-Paris express 
train barely ntaaad dlaaater aa a 
bridge was Mown up ten minutes In 
front of It at Vlecklabmck. 

A political development which 
oaused considerable comment today, 
was the publication of an advertise- 
ment fn "Hie Wtfttlatt. efBdal news- 
paper of DoUfuss' party, inciting 
•antl-Scmltics" to attend a garden 
party of the Oerman-Austrlan 
Union, a week from tomorrow 
Surprise was expressed that the ad- 
var t la e ment got past the cenaorship. 

Considerable alarm was expressed 
over the probable efTect of the rail- 
road bombings on Aiistrla's im- 
portant tonlgn tourist business. 
"LET'S HANG SOME" 
"An example Is necessary," said 
Arthur, weitbiait ' L/^t's hant aooM of 




With Twenty Odd Friends PS? o^SSi^ti? 

pIno Firms MkNm 




WATERFRONT workers {n Vancouvfr rrcfivcil » %<irr the other d*y 
when thty uw about twcnfy !ir(?e .^nikcj criwlinj; .irtuind tht railway 
yards, I hcv were mu(h rolifvcd w hen they found ihev belonged to Pftf 
Monzo. a show man. who was giving hit p«ti a sun hjih before entraining 
for Interior points Pete is shown with some of his friend? and a chummy 
Iguana crawling np his leg. He also hu a lioa with which b« pets on a 

wteidiag boat. 



these perpetrators." 

In other Quarters, however, con- 
siderable doubt wa.s expressed that 

the DoUfu.ss Oovemment would use 
the death penalty niratrvst political 
enemies, the belief prevailing that 
such action would NBUlk In more 



AR>«S EMBARGO PLAN 
DROPPED BY LEAGUE 



in the BgypUan War as a young 
ofScer and was naval attache in 
Russia, Norway and Sweden at dif- 
ferent periods of his 



GENEVA. June 9 fAP> — A com- 
munique. Lssued tonight by the 
League of Nations Council, admitted 
its failure to impose a general arms 
embargo on Bolivia and Paraguay, 
warring South American nations 

So far as the council Is concerned 
i-^tinctlon the embargo is abandoned, said the 



Repudiation of 
Wheat Exports 
Pact Predicted 



Argentina Said to Have Broken Agreement In Paat 
Week— Trade War IRth Republic Foreaeea at 
London-^Caiiada Mmy Lead Offenaire 



communique since new procedure 
for examining the conflict looking 
to Its final settlstnent prevanls im- 
posing an embargo. 



Nanaimo Member Secures 
Concessi on for E. Sooke 

C H. Dickie Wins Postal Department to Proposal 
to Inatitute Rural Delivery if Six Regn- 
latioB Boxes Are Installed 



Through the untiring efforts oC 
a H. DIekIa, 1I.P.. an hmaw e m e ut 



American cowpunchers men and.nouncer tnid the dowd that the 




Cletfe 



women -with the statement that. 



horses had a good time bucking. 



The Earl knew that wttheut being 
told. He forked many a cayuse back 
In the days when he either stayed 

with that horse or had to walk 



back In ir74. "some of my friends 
went out one day to hoM up the 
Den ver alaia^ and I want wtth 

them." 

Today's spectacle was not In line 
with the experiences of Hugh Cecil 
Lowther. which was his name back 
In the days when he himself 
ridbat buaklns horses 
few alsen for a Mviiw, 

UUng Uke an c^iuesUleqpa fil(fiU!», Ceotiaeed 



PrXTSBUROH, June 9 (AP). — 
Arrest In P lttabu rgh of John Lukas. 

a ron! mliiT. for sending th!T>uRh 
Uie mail « h<>mh which exploded in 
the postofnc af Wa-^hlngton and 
injured a clerk, wab announced to- 



Posf.il 



! iis;vi 'ors ( 1 1.\ rv'^ 1 1 1«~ 



It was as he told his audience in j bomb wa.«i mailed by parcel post on 
his hold up revelation. I was one May 15 and "designed to injure or 
of the first oowboya out Weat." he kiU" the aun's wife. ICarta Lukaa 
lo than. "1 woa Miafa aaMn. to whm H waa addaeased In 
years, and I laainid the icaecheaiiii walls. Th^^y claimed it 
fame from ".tsrt tf> finish 



situation for Ea.st 
.Sooke in In sUht. 
— ^ Some time ago, 
the Postofflce De- 
partment an- 
nounced the clos- 
ing of the post* 
office there whldl 
tind been In oper- 
. on for fifty 
years, and the 
feialllulUii af a 
rural mall ssf iluei 
This was aaHsfae* 
tory to a certain extent The resi- 
dents appreciated the addltkmal de- 
liveries which such a chance sug- 
iB ft condltlan to the 
aC the aervbse. tt 




was found that such a stipulation 
would caoaa ft hardship, and the 
rHMnlB ware eonfrontcd with the 
poeelbaity of having to go to Met- 

chn^sln for mall On Inquiries being 
InsUtuted by The Ck>loni8t, it was 
stated that only half a doeen per- 
sons were prepared to buy the icgu- 
latkm boxes. TMs fact waa ecm- 
municaterf to Mr Dickie who set to 
work to armie the matter with the 
Department. 

"I Sin now in a position to assure 
you." he writes to The Colonist, 
"that an Jmm U, if a satisfactory 
tender for delivering the mall on 
F,.c.f Sooke route Is received by 
the Department, the six persons 
you aaention will be asked to pur- 
ehaae regnlatlan bonea. The 
der may place ho— -aa a d 

along the rwjte. well clear of the 



stipulated that the majority of the 
Thev I exploded in Washington on Ma\ remanent resld-^nt.* rhould buy the! right-of-way, and be allowed to use 
'0 21 Mmputatiiiit a hand OC Myiton I rerularlv niithorUed mail boxe , i them f or a year gg gB^ gg VfeHI fM* 

I loenum, th| Gleik. 1 On ft caoTfta «C tm dlptttet tt dltia^s 



LONDON. June 9 (AP).— Repudiation by all tho blc wheat 
exporting nations of their coinmitmcnta under UlO 1933 
agreement, and a trade war with Argentina, waa forecast 
tonight, aa mombora of tho Wheat Adviaory Commiaaion aiu-' 
veyed the p f iii nt •apoHatiooi from tho 
country. 

Although only unofficial figures I 

were available, members of the com- ' — 
mission agreed that these accurately 



GENERAL CHAOS IM 

PORTS CONIINUES 

SEATTLE Unw ff (AP).~The 
Pacific Coast Itifihafaiiiaub atilka. 
husky month-old child of Hm laier 
unlonsr that has wreaked havoc 
with commerce, tdday found a baby 
brother in Seattle -a seamen's 
stnlce — that almost spilled what few 
lieans had been piakad fton IIW 
general confuaion. 

The seamen'b strike blocked a 

longshoremen's agreement to let a 
few ships carry food to distressed 
Alaska — blocked It for aeveral hoora, 
unt il the aaaaan'a wage and reoog- 
nitlcn demands were granted by 

shipping rompatiie^ 

The Al&skaii agreement has been 
the only favorable development 
from the ohaoa. In Portland. Jo- 
seph P. Ryan, head of the Xntema- 
tlonal LonK.shoremen's Association, 
said he would ninlie no prediction 
ss to when the .strike would end, 

Csn tI — » d en Page t, Cel— m I 

SESSION IN NEW 
YEARjmCTED 

Orioinal Protpeot of Fall Sit- 
tinot by B.C. UoMittirt 
It Ri06dlng 

ProfiivcLs of a I.#glKlHtivf- sc.vilon 
this Fall receded notlceahlN \f.ster- 
day as two members of the Brittah 
'Columbia Cabinet referred In poas- 
ng to legislative plans "nest year." 
One of these plans had to do with 
le promised readjustment In Pro- 
mrlal-niunlclpal relations, wherein 
clip municipalities are asking pa- 
rental authority that they be kepi in 
that degree of well-bebif to which 
they have been acwialomad. The 
other had to do with atate health 
insurance, which is to be put on an 
actuarial basis, once a way is found 
to carry thn.'w w hr) ( a 11 not afCanI Ig 
contribute to the scheme. 

While no official Intimation was 
dran aa to the data of the nest 
aeaalan, for ft number of raaaona, the 
time is likely to be at the first of 
the new vear. in January, 1935, or 
a II- . -r. 

BEVENUES IMPBOVINO 
Uncertainty as to actual business 
results of the present calendar 
year and fair prospects that Pro- 
M III la I revenues may respond St a 

Still better rate seven months hence, 
may lead to poat p c n ai n a nt o( the 
Pall session talked of aacra than 

once by the Ministry since It took 
office. Other ron.slder»tloi\a. less 
obvious, may tend t^>wnrd« the same 
decision. It Is unoffi' ixliv believed. 

Actual preparation of leglslatlan 
on a new nihUipal deal, en aMa 
health Inauranea, and on other de- 
po r t ur e e may alao demand sustained 

study over a period of montlis In 
addition, m'-mbers from outlying 
ridings have In the pnst exhibited 
aversion to leaving their businesses 
at harvest time, especially In agrl- 
aultnrftl arsta. A euatoaaary peat- 




disclose Argentina broke the wheat 
agreement during the paat week. 
CANADA MAT LEAD 

In view of the fact that the 
United States, ilustraUa and Russia 
are not In a position to take the 
lead In ft trade war, it was believed 
in informed quarters that Canada 
may turn ]of)«e her huge st/x-ks 
available for export in retaliation 
for ccntlnuad AifanllBa aanpaw. 

The declaration of Secretary of 
Agriculture Wallace that the United 
States will no longer rcKard herself 
as bound by the 1933 commitments 
if the pact is broken, was recalled 
by eommlssion memben, who as- 
serted Argenttnft la not evan trying 
to r pments. 

AuoENTiNB airoR T i 

niey pointed out that Aiventlna 

has booked ISO vessels loaded with 
grain for export, during June and 
July, although she already has 
passed her quota of 110,000,000 
bushels to be shipped up to July 
31, 1M4. Unofficial figursa give 
UVMJIM bushels as the amount 
already exported. 

Either the United States or Can- 
ada, delegates to the eommhstnn 
pointed out, could overwhelm the 
world market In a trade 

tlcularly because of tha 
quality of their wheat. 



LADY BABOfG PAB8B8 



LONDOir, Mne t (AP>.-Lod|r 
Barli«, wtfa af 8h> OodfMd Baring. 

of the Isle of Wight, died todav 
She was the f^irm^r Eva Hcrmlone 
Mackintosh Two gaM ftia 

dainhtm SHTViva 



Talk Preliminary to 
Naval Conference to 
Be Beg un Th is Week 

Britiih and Ameriean RepreaealatiTea Will Start 
IMiOifaioiM— Japan Reported aa Fraaldy 
Peaaimktic aa to Reanhs WUeh 
lla7.Be GsffkBd 

LONDON, June 9 (AP) — Bilateral ditcusdona In prepare 
tion for the 1935 Naval Conference, which aro rogardod 
with frank p aag im i gm by Japanaaa quartara baro, will 
begin, Ute no«t woak, wHfc tHw b a t waaa ■rii hli aai km 
reproaantativoa. 
Neman H. Davia, UttKad atateeihOd the giuuu dw w l i fer the 

ambassador-at-large, and Rear Ad-'n^e^'c exchanges 
mlral Richard B. Leigh, win awisi omclals in cloae 

Ambassador Rctaft W. Bingham In 
disru-wliig th»' .Hubject with BrltUh 
statesmen, probably Captain An- 
thony Eden. Lord Privy Seal, and 
members of the Amarlaan aaallan of 
the Foreign OBae. 

Anglo-Japanese conversations will 
follow. The American-J ap anes e 
discussions will then take the cen- 
tre oT the ' -iMr <tage 

OBOtNUWOBK LAID 

It waa alaiad aalhaHlaiUali that 



touch with the 
situation reiterated that Russia and 

i^T^^iilMliiiin "ffliMiHiiini 
the ItM conference 

The Japaneee, one 



the pnBntfnary discussions. 
Moraover. he added, "the wortd 

aan ba sure thai th** trntlfrrurf nt 

I93t win be doomed unless the 
powers are wUUng to aOaHtf 
's dafoMNa aaeda.* 

taken as a further indl- 



Fden r>avle 
an'**" n 

1(i'neva a number 
tha fai 



Sato Jsp-!catton that Japan li readv to *erk 
had met at I naval parity wtth the United Statei 
of limes durinf and Oreat Britain, 
il 



V- 



TTTE DAILY C0L0NI8T» VICTORIA; B.C., SUNDAY. JUNE 10. 193* 



Welcome Rain Falls 
As Roosevelt Asking 
For H uge Re lief Sum 

MiUions to Be Spent to Aid United States Farment 
'is Figlit Against One of Wont 
: Droughu «f Abfoiy 

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 

MAN and natura Joined foroM, latiirday, to aM farmers 
harassed by one of the worst droughts in United 
States history. While Pre&ident Roosevelt aaked 
CooffMu for $525,000,000 to fiaanM the 4roMglit*r4iar pro- 

}',ramme already undertaken by the administration, showers 
continued in the Northern and Central farmins states, and 
«l«ndid iaiA partt of MioMNiri a«4 Mmmm. 

President noo«evplt askfd freedom i cattle, and $100,000,000 for cmerf- 

for thr a<1nilnlstrati()M to .six^iul If" engy t%9i M^Vi§ tO t 

mOJlcv llf ^Jil'l Ui>' .ulflilii:,.; : ,1 

tioti plHfiued to speod fl26,000,0U0 
for .'^iM'cial work and haoMtt relief, 
HOmw O jOOO for shlpplnf . proceMlng 
and TCltef dlitrlbutVxi of porehaaed 



BEATTY 
WASHERS 

liavc made the old "Wash 
Day" into the "B catty 
Wash Hour." 

Phone G 7511 

liatty Wnktr ttm 



b* saM. were 

to used for rrlocatinR desfUute 
fana lanilUea, iive^ttock purctiaMs, 



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the pmehast « asii Sm tm pioat- 

ing. - ^ ' 

OaaiUmied thiinderstenM ware 

forecast for most of the llBlthem 
and Central States. 

In Iowa, where the drought ceased 
to endanger eroM wind, haU and 
flood eausei additional damafe. An 

outbreak of typhoid fevrr waus frarcri 
at Sioux City, Iowa, where hun 
dred.s of acres of lowlands wcr*' 
under water. Doctora were busy 
through the day Inoeulatlag 1,100 
penwns, driven from their homes 
CONTINUED BAINI 
Continued rains In the North- 
west farm t>elt gave stoekmen hope 
that enough feed could yet be grown 
to carry their cattle MMl hogs 
through the Winter. 

The severltj of the droogtat was 

evidenced by the report of Ben 
Klenholz, Federal statistician at 
Fargo, who estimated the condition 
of durum wheat In North DakoU 
at 39 per cent of normal, and other 
wheat at 37 per cent of normal. 

The June 1 crop report from Iowa 
.shi)w«>d that the drouKht, had re- 
duced small grain, pasture and hay 
crops to the 
record. 




AGREEMENT CHECKED 
BY WiMl SIM 



<J«litinurd f 



rage 1 



THE above picture of a yonag oisa mording Nature's haadicraft wa« 
takca by 



Gsfdtas. 



H. McKcazic, 2821 Shdboume Street, ia Mc. Bstchstt'i 
k wss awsrdid twdfth place in The Daily Coloaist aautear 

ipcttdoa for Msy. 



LORD LON^O \l f TOOK 
PART IN HOLD UP 

Osatfansd from Page 1 



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H. B. Hontcr. 

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a Wsetsmsr. m aqr daye there, I 

learned how to use a lariat like a 
veteran. In this country we like our 

animals as tame as we can get 

them. There are accidents often, 
but you can't avoid them some- 
times ' 

NOT MUCH KICKING 



But, even though much of the 
kick from Tex Aastins rodeo at by-electlon to flU the vacant seat 



Ischeme, but property 
I now be effected. 

Plans by other msnbers of the 
caUnet oould a«k be ssnsitslneil 

yesterday. 

TO TOl'R NORTH 
Premier Patlullo has already an- 
nounced that he will leare on June 
39 lor Priooe Rupert, whers he will 
spend Dominion Day. After that he 
will make a speaking tour of North- 
ern ridings, as the first of a definite 
policy of visiting every riding In the 
province to study conditions at first 
hand. He was not at his office yes- 
terday morning, but on Tuesday wlU 
address men's and women's Laurler 
clubs In Vaneeurer. 
With the Cabinet on the move, a 



White City today had been re 
moved by the authorities, the sev- 
enty-ee v en-year-eid ex-eowbogr was 
not Ideklng. 

He watched the performance with 
a glow of delighted reminiscence la 
his eyes, tad he pvffed away at 
his litevlt«M» koc dgan wtth ths 
greatest of satMsetloo. 

And the 15,000 spectator^ looked 
upon him with the same affection 
that he Showed to the ABMfleea 
oowpunchers. For he Is not only 
Lord Lieutenant Cumberland Custos 



in North Vaaoouver Is not expected 
for some time. 



DEATH TOLL 
Um^ iilliH 

Continued from Page 1 



not be esti m ated because of trans* 
porta tlon and communication con- 



Rotulonim, Hereditary Admiral of <l"lon«, but all reports 




the coasts of Cumberland, West- 
moreland, and Lord Warden of the 
West* Marches; Honorary Colonel 
of the First Cumberland Volunteer 

Artlllf-ry; Honorary Colonel of the 
lliird Battalion of the Border Regl- 
mrnt. and Colonel of the Mestmore- 
land and Cumberland Imperial 
Yeomanry— he k also Ingluid's 
most venerated sportsman. 



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SHIP LOADER RtaUtii 
MAN EROM HARDOR 

Cetrtlaeed from Page 1 

"ALL IN DAY S WORK" 
Returning to the Job in a dry out- 
fit. Hunter continued with the work 
Of loidli« the ftelghtsr urfitt It was 
eompkted. He stated, last erening, 
that when his pal went overboard 
he ju.sl wrtii after him. "AH in the 
day's wOTk " was his way of dlqws- 
hig of tha matter. 

There were others, however, who 
saw the accident happen to Lan- 
caster and the quirk manner In 
which Hunter followed the falling 
man Into the harbor, and who have 
only admiration for Hunter's action. 
It y the thin leseee of a similar 
nature he has figured in, and Henry 
King, of King Brothers, local agents 
for the ship company, who saw 
Hunter's gallant rr.iruc. stated he 
Intended to bring the matter to the 
attention of the Royal Humane 
Society. 



CABINET mn . 

SUMMtR TOURS 




IT YKTKSTC5WS 



MONDAY SPECIALS 



Page 1 



last evening for Vancoiivcr nrrom- 
panied by Patrick Philip, deputy 
minister of works, and by bridge 
engineers. He win make a three- 
week survey of roads and tarldgea. 
vt.<<tting Kamioops on Monday, and 

then going through the Southern 
Interior, returning via Revelstoke 
and Salmon Arm. Mr MacPherson 
announced yesterday that the Do- 
minlon Oorvmment was eentlnulng 
wertt en the Big Bend ssetlon of the 
Trans-Canada Highway, sixty mOes 

r' the route from Revelstoke to 
Coldstream bring closed to the pub- 
lic until October 31. while widening 
removal of falls and other Improve- 



that it will be large 

Practically every road has been 
washed out, and the International 
RaOroad of Central America will be 

imable to restore .service on Its Uae 
for at least two months. 

The National Railroad has re- 
stored service only between Del 
Mlno and Acajutla, the rest of the 
right-of-way being wa.shed out. 

The army has been called out to 
repair highways and rattroads and 
to preserve order. 



but that coofeienoss w«re develop- 
irig a ooiamnn ground eo whleh em- 
stand. 

More trouble flared in San Pedro, 
Caltfocala. where thne . students 
wflpe isanhaBdled in a tsx/b demon- 
stration, which, police j»ald, k^'* 
out of Die strike, the mobsmen be- 
lieving the yootha WiM Strike- 
breaking saUooL 
BepressBlallfeB ef sgrtiiidlurt and 

Industry sent further plea.s to 'he 
I F'ederal Cioverntnent and Ko^ernors 
of affei-ted states lo inieivcrie and 
settle tlM controversy, which rages 
over eonlMi «f Mrtag hafls, wages 
and union reoognitlon 

Ryan said he beheve.s the Oov 
emment evt-ntuaily will participate 
In regulating the labor disagree- 
ments. 

ELEMKNTS OT DAMO 

Hie strike .situation developed two 
danger elements today— the first, a 
demonstratiOQ at Seattle that one 
strttt eeoM spawn aaothsr, the 
aeeood, a development al Portland— 
the statement in tiie mfister of an 
oU tanker that unless his ship is 
unloaded, two million gallons of 
gasaUae may menace the city with 
a constant threat of explosion. 

The seamen at Seattle struck In 
.symp<ithy with the longshoremen. 

Mayor Charles Smith, Ryan and 
Others negotiated an agreement 
whsseby the Alaska-bound ships 
would be permitted 'to take much 
needed .supplies to that territory, 
faced already by a certain amount 
of iinvatlon. 

Then the seamen refused to per 
vrit loading of the ships until their 
own demands were met. After sev- 
eral hours of conferences, the ship- 
owners yielded and loading pro- 
ceeded, six ah^ being desUned to 
leave for the North from this port 
over the week-end. 

Ryan, after conferences in Port- 
land with Crovemor JuUus Meter, of 
Orsgoo. and others In an effort to 
rsaeh a pert-by-port settlement of 
the controversy that has thrown 
25,000 longshoremen out of work, 
furloughed an uncounted number of 
in dustr ial employees and checked aU 
movement of rctnmeice by water, 
-•said ".some of tHe worst spots in the 



we will not vote on the new proposal 
of Dr. Henry Orady for trip]* opera- 
tion of hiring halls," he said. 

The hiring hall scheme of thei 
Oovemment was that the employees,! 




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controversy have been smoothed." — 
NBOOTMTIONg UNDIB WAT U^^^d at this time because ef pres- 

• Negotlatlons are under way with ^ ^ P*"^ 

employers and for tlM time behig!^*"*^ **** ^"^*» 

we wlU not vote on tha bm Bmnoa^i CJovemor John Troy, of 

the territory, said was becoming 
serious. 

MEXICANS BEATEN 
At San Pedro, Hugo Schulte, 
longshoremen's unions and VyKlmd HidUio Peres and Jose Mario 

Oafteasoro, sons of prominent and 
wealthy Mexican families, who were 
en route home after attending 




a?rncles should exercise Joint su 
pervision over places where men 
are employed— one of the sore spots 
In the dlsagresnent, as each aide 
claimed the ether was sseklng to 
dominate the hiring of men. 

"We arc getting somewhere on 
recognition." said Ryan. 

That was what the seamen said 
at Beattls. They annooneed that 



Northern CaUfomla schools, were 
acoosted at a railroad station and 
beaten by about MO men. The mod 
fled when a police riot squad ar- 
rived. 

Alaska is short of m^at, green- 
stufTs, gasoline, oU, mining equip- 



Df Lnt St nrm hr 

Emergency Calls 

Buy your gasoline, oil and sup- 
piles at 

PLIMLEY'S 

1010 Yates tt (eor. Vancou- 
ver). PheeeOnu. 

"OPiM ALL Nioar* 



employers had recognized their iment and other suppUss, and Oov- 
imlon, agreed to equalize some wage | ernor Troy Is being besieged with 
scales and arbitrate others. They i appeals from civic leaders, who say 
luriber they only agreed tojthe mining and fi.^hing .sea.sons will 



be ruined, with severe economic loss 
and con.sfHjuent great privation and 
need for more relief funds next Fall 
and Whiter unless suppUsa can be 
rtished In quantity. 



KrrCHEN HANOI 
OIL BURNERS 

See the f a m o U t( 
Bowser Oil Burner 
in operation. Clean, 
safe, economw ii 
Teinis if desired. 




l>IEO LN NEW WESi.MlMtt^BB 

NEW WB8TMIN8TER. June 8 
(CP).— Miss B. Knelt, elghty-alx, les- 
ident of New Westminster for thirf v- 
three years, U dead here. Alfred 
Knott, of Victoria, Is a brother. 



CLINGING TO TREE TOPS 
TBOUCIOALPA. Honduras, June! 
• (AP). — Uncounted deaths from 
drowning and siuvlvors «""g<ng to 
tree tops, awaiting rescue from flood | 

waters six feet d.>*p, were de.scrlbed 
today In reportjs from the Honduras | 
East Coast. 

Plantations of the American- 
owned United Prult Company were I 
reported under water In a wide] 
area sturounding the city of Plmi- 
enta. Property losses In Pimlcnta 1 
alone were estimated at $500,000. 

The flood followed torrential rains, 
almost continuous since last Sun- j 
day. The town of Progrssso. in | 
the TJtela district, a zone rich in 
banana plantations, was reported 
half flooded. 

CITV I NDER WATER 

Tt was fearod that ca.sualtles In 
the Plmienta district would be | 
heaviest of all. Tbe city was re- 
ported totally under water. In- 
habitants took vsfoge in the tops j 
of trsee while awaiting help. 

Many foreigners. Including Ameri- 
cans, live in the dl.slrlcf Advices' 
from anthorlMes at Portrerlllos to 

the Oovemment here, reported more j 
than ISS buildings dsetroyed at 
Plmienta. \ 

Advices from La Lima said the 
important HantlagO 
were menaced. 

Since Thursday, no weed has been 
received from the eltias ef Chohi- 
teca and IfaeaoaM m the seuthem I 
zone. 



Modernized 
Naval Bases 
Being Urged] 



TODB'S T I O R • 

aaANB BSD aaL- 

;*£. tie 




■"■aa nana snor. »%* ^ 
pu^Mamu soar, 



Hie Minister of Ijinds and Muni- 
cipalities will .<»et out on Monday for 
a three-week tour of the Okanagan 
and the Kootenays, with an eye to 
inquiry Into municipal administra- 
tion and land matters. Mr. Oray 
amMNBesd j s rtn d aP thai his de- 
'meat was preparing active 
plans to bring into fun effect the 
new lands' policy, whereby an ex- 
change of property will be offered 
to settlers on Provincial holdings 
who may benefit by a move to bet- 
ter huids. At prsasm tbsrs Is ne 

te mmm mmmi 



rapaeial «• Th« Coloniit) 
OTTAWA June 9 Hon. W. A 
cirle.sbach. In his address in the 
Senate on protectiOD of Canada's 
trade routes, has given stimulus to 
ths agnation for aw de iulsUi g Can- ' 
ada's coast defences at Halifax m l 
Esquimalt It is doubtful if Canada 
is prepared to go much further at 
present in building a Canadian navy 
of effective dimensions, bat there is 
an Increasing senUawnt that the 
naval baasa on tha Atlantle and Pa- 
cific shOTild be strengthened to af- 
ford shelter for the merchant service 
In war time Wtule the Oovem- 
ment has given no indlcatloa of its 
poney on eoaal tfsfsnes. H liryfeR 

be done\bv 
te kesplng open (he 



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Refrigeration • . • the . 



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At last here is a refrigerator with all the food-preserv- 
ing advantages of ice, and with all the outward beauty 
of an "electric** ... at one-quarter the price I It ii 

a refrigerator so different in its outward appearance 
that we have installed it in a special display in the old 
Hibben-Bone Building, Government Street, for the 
convenience of hundreds of women who will want to 
saeit 

Washed . • . Moist Air Keeps Food 

Juices Intact 

Food tastes better when kept in the "Coolerator," be- 
cause it IS kept in a constantly cold, safe temperature 
with washed moist air. Because of its patented con- 
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the ice chamber is full or natrly tmpity. 

Ice Lasts linger 

Actual tests show that "Coolerator" saves on an aver- 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. li.C. SL.NDAV. JLMC 10, 1934 



Sinclair Sets Out 
Chauffeur and A II 
For Darkest Africa 



Hlrcn Ju Jtt Blni^f Sea to Drl^ Wm fai 
SmOgbt Imo the Owntry of 
theTselM 



B» OORr>0!<( 8INCI.AIR 

JBADAN, Nigeria. — From the sea to Sahaia and from Togo- 
land to tfM nytik mounUint of tt» Camaroons itretches 
Nigeria, land of the talking drums Twice as hi^ as 
France, twica ai popuiouf «« Canada, twice as noisy and up- 
rearioM m »lfvM<fit dtcw. Hama of tMrbariaaa apaaking 200 

different langua;;t"i and worshipping fira, li^^htning, blood and 
the moon. It shelter* holy baboona and ateel-clawed leopard 
man. Ibo head-hwitan. pUtaau pygmiaa. who can maka thcm- 
MWea inTlBlble, Qee41a-|Ml||^BWaaa kctaif jrour own bed. Bring 
me«t eaters, harenu btcfar^HifUio your own bathtuk, jrour taUe 
Canadian viUaKf.s. m u s 1 r a I com- . and chair, your knlft, fork and 
edy king* whoae ideas of royal jsp<x)n liniiR your moequito net an l 
robee nm to dreae aulta without 
trouMfi, and Jungle mona r cha oi 
IntelUcmee. soelal graoe and hoi- 
pttallty enough to atuuna Ik 
age Canadlaii ha/L 




REUQIOUS EDUCATION 
BODY PLANS ELECTION 

At a limciieon laerUnc of tlM as- 

eeqtlTe of the Oriittt r victoria lta> 
Usrious MueaUoo Gounell, hdd in 
th« private tflnlng-roon of the 

Y.W C A , Friday, it was decided t" 
hold U^r aJuiual rnccUnK on niurj. 
day, June 14. al 8 pin, iii the 
Y.W.C.A. parlors, when reports of 
the acthrttlae of the oouncU wiu be 
gtten and tha elertiBn of bAoera 
win take plaee. Alao the names of 

thc»e recoinrncndfd (fir rerti(i<a;<'.s 
for work (Innc dui:iig the m-.v>iiiii 
training .scliuol will bi- announcfil 
It Ls tile hope of the executive that 
all church and church ashool work- 
era will aUfad tha aanaal 



HIWARD WHITE 
LUDMREST 

Many Attend Funeral Serv- 
ices for HigMy-fiespected 
PfonMT Resident 



your own cook Hire a girl lu te aiul 
there to chop firewood, because 
that'a beneath the cook's dignity. 
Be yoar mm doetor. Do epawtbing 
about water. Oultlvala a taata for 
boUed rice or baked yams. Don't 
noslt into fetish -houses. If there is 
Nigeria, in its vast plains and dirt in the bottom of your beer 



Jungles, has only one hotel and one 
railway: and that nUwaf boosU 
tha wideat prloe ranaa on earth. 
You, far fnaUnoe, a white man, par 

$40 for 500 miles. The scar-faced 
black pays $2.50 to ride the same 

train the .samp distance at. the .same 



glass, don't worry. That's come 
from your bearer's finger nails and 
hla trlckjr Uttle way of making you 
love him. Doat forget your qtdn- 
ine. Look out for the evil eye. If 
you get stuck, hunt up a missionary. 
Planning a swing away from the 



time. The railway wlnd-s like a ■ coast In the domains of black emirs, 
great, lazy python across blackent I tick^'d off these formidable dont's 
Africa. It runs thiae tlmea a waekland decided It waa better to walk, 
at alghteMi alM aa haw, andl» att eg atffl to gat a car and ba fancy 



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Cream of Clover 



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QUAKER OATS, Cm 
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COMB HONEY, well 4 C.t% 
Slled sectioni IOC 

RADIO PEAS. Urge, 
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AN Infant Von taflser ia oktorad h«a vhli a aaga Ml al arila. Oene 
Goebel, the world's youngest Hon tamer, Is tfM aen of Iioola Go«bel, 

tainuur. wild animal trainer and owner of a weU-fasown lion farm near 

I,(,s AiiKclf s I hc chiM Kicw up with theee cube on the lion farm, and 
he euntrc^ls them like another boy might handle dogS. They obey hit 



free to follow the elephant trail or 
strike off the Ju ju path In.stead of 
traveling twin ribbons of &iecl to a 
stated destination. 

Bamboo tha bof wondar, want in 
search of a cook and a "small boy," 
who might be anything from a 
towering gorllla-man to a withered 
old has-been, playing hookey fromj 
the grave. "Sma^l boy ' simply 
means he does the most work foi- 
the least pay, than kleks back aaost 
of It In graft 

CHOICE OW CHAUFFEURS 

I got a smart ear that looked like 
boulevards faistead of Jungles, while 

Sambo and Ike. the recniit. Jointly 
set out for a cook. Then came ap- 
plicants to drive the car: scowling, 
big, fuixy-wuzzles, ex-cops with war 
dubs and savage eyes, truck drivers 
with Imp ostog books of "chit." O ne 

been from the Prince of Wales; all 
of them had notes from dukes, earls 
and other hl^h hat."» of the aristoc- 
racy. Two said they were sons of 
Nigerian royalty who could pilot me 
to voodoo TaUi^ of treasure and 
triumph it rd only sign tbsm on. 

HOCUi-POCUl 

I finally picked one of thasa royal 
princes and he asked, all brsathless, 

' Whrn we go?" 

"Tomorrow coma morning time." 
"I go, oome." Re fled In gleeful ex- 
citement and returned In two hotirs, 
crestfallen and Irightened. "I no 
go." he reported. 

"VThy for yon no got" "Palaver 
an bad. Trouble la eoase.* 

He had sped away to a street 
corner diviner to have his future 
read, and after the usual hocus- 
pocus. In which the witch learned 
who, where and what I was. the 
8eJ<;cted driver waa tOld that pan- 
thers would leap and serpents pounce 
III fact his whole future wa.s clouded 
with .serpents. Rerpent.s were about 
to showi'r lrf)ni ili'' air Under no 
condition should he invade the wilds 
with me. 

Two hours later there came a 
black man. scar-faced and needle- 
toothed. His biting teeth were filed 
sharper than pen points and his 
face was carved like a totem-pole 
He looked a Mt ailly in chauffeur's 
uniform, but the minute he spoke 
I knew thi.s was the man for Sin- 
clair. HLs voice boomed contempt 
at all the world. "VOOdOOt" Nuts! 
"Ju Ju? " Hokum! 

Hl.t lungs seemed to be anchored 
in hi.s f,hoes. I've never heard so 
completely Irreverent and mascu- 
line a male being. But what made 
me sign him on was his bland hon- 
esty. Bia father, ha said, waa a Ju 
ju man. and the son was out of a 
job. So, when this driver I had 
picked came to .ve If the .stars were 
right, the father found out about 
me, given the first driver the Jitters 
and sent James to have a chat with 
me. And James, with a deep roll- 
ing latigh, said I'd better sign him 
on or I'd be sorry. And James was 
riKht. 

He In.speeted the car critically, 
.surveyed my kit with distrust, 
sniffed at the cook. Sambo and Ike, 
and forthwith took charge. "We 
go now." he decided. "Big tornado 
come. Best we go." 
"In the morning." I ."uiid 
"Master come for see Africa Mas- 
ter .sit in hotel. No see Africa in 
hotel. We go now; we sleep In real 
Africa. Sleep In co m po u nd of Ju Ju 
palver. I show you." 

SOUND BBA80N1NO 

That teaaoBlng seemed seand 

enough, so we rolled northward Into 
the silences while the surf booosed 
below I<aKa5 and the winds began 
to moan up from Congo. 

An hour later we were In deep 
jungle. During that hour we had 
not ssan a fann buUdlac or a field. 
A few women were scratching for 
yams with ancient picks, but their 
yam hlll.s were over-r\in with weed.s 
and orchids. Great creepers, snake- 
like nv<\ menacing, hung from lofty 
mahogany trees. But what puzsled 
me meet was that net enas did we 
pass a horse or a cow. There were 
no milk goats and no donkeyi. Never 
a camel .stalked by under his load ot 
desert or Jungle produce 

No fields were ploughed because 
there were no horses or bullocks to 
plough tham. Thm aonethlng big 
and itchy Ut on my knee. A fly. An 
odd-lo6klng fly. A big fly. This fly 
stood on his hind legs and washed 
hts face with his front legs Then 
I noticed his wlng.s were eras.v«d ex- 
actly like a pair of scissors. That's 
why there were no cattle or horses 
or donkeys or mulaa. Be waa the 
taetse fly, carrier of slaapint akk- 
ne.ss He and his brothers had killed 
off all the llve.stork In Southern Ni- 
geria. And now he was on mv knee 
And he might put nH> to sleep for a 
month— or forever. I slappeid with 
a savage swoop and tsstas nnmber 
one bseams a brown spat tht ear 
swung Into rock lands and the ba- 
boon country. The African adven- 
ture was under way. 



FINAL TRIfiUTE 
PMDJPMIED 

Many Friends Attend Funeral 
Service for J. W. Lorimer, 
Native Son 



Final obsequies for J. W Lorirr.er, 
well-known native son. were held at 
3:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon 
The chapel was filled to overflowing 
Iqr a wide ekxla of filSBds. aad xsp' 
ressBtatlres af various mganlsatlwis 
of wMch he was a member. 

Rev Canon F A P Chadwick 
conducted the chapel service and 
committal ceremony at the grave - 
side, which was followed by the 
nks* ritual for the dead. Interment 
ua.s made tti Roirai Oak Burial 
Paxk. 

"Rie service was opened with an 
organ prelude played by E. T. 
Hughes.' who rendaved an arranga- 
ment of "God Btaall Wipe Away AB 

Tears." This was followed *by a 
prayer and then the reading of the 
Scriptures, the fifteenth chapter of 
the First Corinthians, which is the 
regular Anglican form of service. 
SOLO IS 8UNO 

Following the Scriptures, Tliomas 
Kelway sang "Be Thou Faithful 
Unto Death," from M e n dlasso hn 'a 
"Bt. PauL" A prayer then was said, 
and the congreg a tion sang "Lead, 
lUndly Light." 

As a prelude. Mr. Hughes extem- 
porised on "There Is No Night 
There," and aevaral other hymn 
tunes. 

Members of llM 88th Battalion, 
CJ:.F., provided a guard of honor 
for the deceased, who had served 

overseas with this military imlt. 

Apart from the guard of honor, 
the 88th Battalion was well repre- 
sented by the general membership. 
The Elks also sent a deputation of 
more than forty members. Many 
of Mr. Lortaier^ ooUeaguea in the 
customs service ai(d also in the 
Canadian immigration service were 
pre.sent 

GOVERNMENT REPRESENTED 

Membscs of ttw Proetodal Ooiv- 
emment were represented by the 
Hon. Wells Oray. Minister of Lands, 

and Byron Johnson. MPP., who 
was an intimate friend of the de- 
ceased. A group of nurses from St. 
Joseph's Hospital also was p re s en t, 
Mr. Lorimer having been held In 
high esteem by tba staff af that 
institution. 

The Victoria Amateur Senior 
Baseball League, hi which Mr. Lori- 
mer was keenly ftnterested, sent 
representatives to the funeral, while 
the local Elks Lodge reported hav- 
ing raoelved messages of condolence 
from many lodges throughout the 
Dominion to be forwarded to mem- 
bers of the family. 

A wealth of floral tributes testi- 
fied to the regard in which Mr. 
Lorlmar was held. The front of the 
chapel was banked high with a mass 
of beautiful flowers 

The pallbearers were Percy 
mond and Robert Malcolm, repre- 
senting the Elks; Joseph Dakers 
and T A Penketh, representing 
the Canadian customs sendee. In 
which the deoeaaed was an offlear. 
and H. A. Ooward and O. P. 



fyiLY EXPECTS 
NEWJMBASIS 

Mayor David Leemmg Con- 
fident That Provincial 
Government Will Act 



"We are confident that sqbm ae* 
tion win be taken at the next ses- 
sion of the Legislature to relieve the 
pre.sent tax situation." Mayor Uavid 
LeemliiK stated at Friday s meeting 
of the City Council when q;>eaklng 
on behalf of tha Jaint eonmHttaa of 
Victoria and Vancouver City Ceoa- 
cii. which waited upon the Provin- 
cial oovoraaMnt eeridng better 

terms. 

"W are to take up the question 
from Uae to time with the Mhilster 
of Municipalities so that he may be 

kept fully conversant of the situa- 
tion. I am convinced that our next 
budget will be on a soimder basis, 
and I am sure that some new basis 
of taxation wlU 'bs drdsed," the 
Mayor continued. 

In concluding his reports, he em- 
pha.sized the nece.ssity of creating 
public support for the cities' de- 



m mm 

George Dyson Announces 
Tentative Arrangement for 
Dominion Day Contest 



George Dyson, chairman of the 
music and parade oonunlttee of the 

Dominion Day celebration, yester- 
day announced tentative details of 
the plans drafted for his phase of 
the programme. ' 

It is proposed to have an election 
among a group of yotmg ladies for 
the honor of bebag Miss Victoria. 
Each service club win be asked to 
nominate a candidate, and the can- 
didates will be voted upon at a 
lar^e dance to be held In COQjIine- 
tlon with the celebration. 

Each organization also will be 
asked to enter' the parade, for which 
prisea wOl ba arranged. 

Details of musical arrangements 
will be announced later, Mr. Dyson 



There wsa a laifS gathering of 

residents of the cfty at the fUneial, 
v< '-i.i.iv ' : KiAard White, who 
for more than sixtjr-flva years had 
been prwnhisi la tha Mil al Vla- 
torla. Among thoee who gathered 
to pay their last respects to an 
honored citizen wer<' i < i)rf.s«'ntatu cs 
of the older lainilw.s In Vutona 
who had b«'<Ti a.s.s(K'iatP(l with tiie 

deceased and with members of his 
family, hi fa ri asi aapasHlim over a 

lifethna. 

A great lover of music, and hlm- 

.s<')f a v.K-all.st of abllitv Mr White 
wa.s leiiiernbered by members of 
musical association*, who attended 
the funeral rites. Services were 
conducted in St. John's Anglican 
Church, of whloh tha d a o aassd had 
been a member, and In the chotr 
of which church he had given his 
servloee over a long period of time. 
OMBlJOn WKKWUMB 

Rev. Canon P. A. P. Chadwick 
conducted the services in the 
church and at the graveside In the 
family plot In Ross Bay Cemetery. 
The hymn, "Abide With Ifs," vas 
sung at the church. 

Hm VIetaria Bar Association, of 
which Cleeve G. MThite. a son of 
the deceased. Is a member, was 
represented If a dslssatlea Of Us 
members. 

The pallbearers were Charles E. 
White, P. O. White, P. N. J. White 
and Cleeva O. White, aeas of ths 
deceased, and W. H. Tladall and 
R. C. White, grandsons of the late 
Mr. White. 



LEPtK mm 
Mi mm 



Raymond McDonald U Elected 
President— Work of Year Ba- 
Tiawod In Beperta 



Raymond McDonald was unani- 
mously elected president of the 
Vktorta AttsUtery of tha Mlsskm to 
Lspsrs at the annual meeting, Fri- 
day, in the Y W.C.A. A tribute to 
the memory of the late Thomas 
Humptiries, former president, was 
paid. 

Rev. A. deB. Owen and Rev. 
Daniel Walker were returned as 
vice-presidents, while Mrs. Jamr.s 
Lauderdale was chosen as secretary- 
treasurer on resignation of Mrs. E. 
c. wudersphi. To Mrs. Wilderspln. 
who has bean assoriatad with the 
society for souM fsafs, was passsd a 
vote of thanks. 

Mrs. Lauderdale will also act as 
magasbM aacratary, and Miss D. 
Outrara again will be pete bank 
secretary. The committee of repre- 
sentatives from various churches 
win comprise: Church of Our Lord, 
Miu A. Evans; Central Baptist, 
Mrs. P. Spragf: Mstrspolltan 
OhaNll. Miss A. MarUn; Anglican 
Chwdl, Mrs. Lauderdale; Christian 
Missionary AOIanes, Mr. waiksr; 



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COATS * 1 4 



WH E R E V ER 
you go, you'll 

_i %Hy4_ *A A 

the most popular 
fashion. You're sure 
to want one so doii't 
leave without at* 
tending this sale. 
Included are Polos, 
Swaggers, Balmac- 
aans ... in various 
lengths. vSizcs for 
women and misses. 




J. 



Happy Vallev Church. Mrs. A. 
Purves-Smith; Emmanuel Baptist 
Church, Rev. Dr. A. 8. iBVIa, and 
St. Paul's Pi esh y tsri a a canmh. 
George McCan d lSS S . 

GREAT TRANSFORMATION 
Carrying out Christ's commission 
to "cleanse the lepers." tha mrslflB 
to Lepers, founded sbrty years ago, 
is today bringing about great trans- 
formation In the lives of many 
afflicted throughout the world, es- 

psslanr la Iha ihr BMl it was an- 



nounced by Rev. H. N. Konkla. a( 
Toronto, secretary of tha mls^nn la 
Canada, at tha hieeUng. 

There Is every Indication the work 
of the mission with lepers Is gaining 
ground, the speaker said. At pres- 
ent, the mission has iMfjffniee la 
twant y-flva diffsrsnt eountrles and 
serves 90,000 persons Those who 
have been welcomed Into the 
colonies have, with the relief of 
their sufferings, become ardent fol- 
lowwa af Obtlst» Mr. Konkla added. 



TBI COLONIST IN LONDON 

The Oolanist amy ba n uau» ad at 
the IntanwOoml Baws Btaad of 
MeesM IgMrtep * Oa, 



"1 always feel safer 
in a Ford 



DEATH mtl 
C0L.DEM0SS1N 

Well- Known Victoria Real 
Estate Head Succumbs 
Suddenly at Home 



Colonel Borge de Moadn. aged 
sUty-two years, p aa sid away sud- 
denly, yeateiday. at his home. Rock- 
land Court. Rockland Avenue. His 
health had been falling for .some 
time, but hLs death will come as a 
distinct shock to a wide circle of 
friends and business sssoclates. 

Bom In Oopsnhagan, Ds nmaik . in 
1873, of an old millUry family. Col- 
onel de Mossin entered the Danish 
army at an early age. Howe\'er. 
when still but a young man. he de- 
cided to ( nme to America. 

By isao he had baeome head of 
several Important flnas in Haw 
York. It was there that he received 
his eommlsslan of colonel. He was 
also at one time honorary police and 
fire chief of New York City. 

The colonel married In 1931 and 
moved to Cape Cod, Maes. Taut 
years later ha came to 
In 1830 founded the Yletorla 
and Gardens. Limited, which firm 
he headed at the Ume of his death. 
He Is survived by his widow, at 
home. 

Funeral serrlees wlU be cbsiducted. 
Monday, at Baywardls BjO. ftaeral 
Parlors, u i o'dask. Interment win 
be made la Bcyat Oak aialal Park. 



THE strength ol steel protects you when you 
rida in a Ford V.8. 
At mind you is nn all-stecl body, clactrically 
welded into ona piece. Beneath your feet is a 
rigid, X-type stacl frame of double strength. Out 
in front of you and behind you are strong StacI 
axles, braced by Ktcel radius-rods and supported 
by a steel torque tube. (Ford is the only low- 
priea ear widi a fall torqua-cuba driwa.) 

You ride upon steel-spoke wheels, also elec- 
trically wcldad into one piece. Tha windahicld 
before your eyas ia safety glass. (All Naw Ford 
De Luxe closed cars are equipped throughOMt 
with safety glats at no additional co^t.) 

Another reason why you feel safer in a Ford 
V.8 it aaaa of haadliag. Thara ia always lata 
strain and less likelihood of tight siloatfioas wImi 
you drive an alert, obadiant car. 

Tha Ford V-8 giwat yoa aa extra margin of 
safety because of ila q ui ofc aaaalai aUoo, ai^> 
cylinder speed dnd power, e«<ie of ^tecrintf, sta- 
bility on curvaa and rough roads, and powerful, 
ovarsiaa bralcaa. Ic haa aMNna braldng 



•34 aMoiith 

AND A REASON. 
ABLE DOWN PAY- 
MBNT NOW BUYS 
A NEW POBD V M 

(iw aas f f si Ptrd 
Msr /ar dtttUt) 




ALL-STEEL BODY-Net weed end sMsL 
bet Atx Sim. And k le eleairleailr wrfM 
iaie eae pieee te ateiw it even streager. 
Yea aeed en elLsleel body for tb« greatest 
sefsty ia driving sad you gst it in tM Pard 
V'g. Co«t« u« more to koild, b«t tken^S 
BO iddilional co<t In >n<i. 



FORD V 8 

113-INCH WHEELBASE 

THBwmwoammGMijgMDCJiMWYWkmMLr 



D0UBLB.DROP. X.BBACB) FRAME 
— >Bxeepti«asily strong ead fMd. QMnnalt 
lerming X-member ntead tile fall Imgfh 
•f tbe Hiain aidn-eheMMls, ass b ia g tbea 
doubly straag. 

Bia POWERFUL BBAKBS-Pari 
brabss are larger Aaa dbese ia sere ef 
sjatiisf wei^ end power. Big brakes are 
oefer becsoss fbov stoe fbo ser s ssts serefy 

and morr quirkU. AUn likfly tn wrar. 

TUNB IN — FRED WARING AND 
Hn PWNfYLVi^AMl jl^MNkenr 



STFFI. SPOKH WtiEEl>S— Hi*, s^..^ 
and nm ira elect ricelty welded late eae 
F.xcepiionolly sireog. Ne sspama 
to work loaea rast, eerreda or \mt 

weakened. 

ri.FAR-VISfON VFNTIT.ATinN — 

Riiilt in thr mndnwi. Nn riirnor parte la 

obstruct your vtsw. Wiadibiold opona. 

TRANBYBMB SPRINGS, with torqoo. 
•abe drive sod radios-rods. i',\y greaiar 
ssfeiy es well es oaay-ndii^ ooaiort. Sol 



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SAFEIY GLASS 
THROUGHOUT 

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ear' nr^ ritr« rn«i. Yon pay vnunyf 

doll. I • 1 for thi* prntrction on 

•OMO low fr iee 



TIIK DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C, SUfiUAV, JUMi 10, 



The Daily Colonist 



Esublialied IVI 

Prtnllnt,' and Pu 
Limited Uablllty 




J. I. Talk Maruu[m«-Dtr«ctor 

BuJtMcrlpUoo Rates by Carrtn and by U»il tik Olltrlcts 
1 lo Victoria, Servtd If OIIOBM 

11300 

^^^^^^ „ 1 00 

nU» payablt In advance. Mall auD- 
lo oMkf ail rtmiUMAMB direct 



_ In ordering chang* 9t 

ptrtletUar to give both old BOd 

Bubacrlptlon Rates by Mall: 
To CaoMta. Or«a Briuoo. Um United sutea and 




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Mr. C. P. Pullerton, ehalmum of tli« Canft- 

National Ra.lvvay Board of Trustees, ex- 

preasea the belief that economie* through the 
co-operation of the two tnuweontlnenUi wft^ 
%mm ran bt m fruitful aa under a unified man- 
agement The proof of the pudding la the eat- 
ing of Itk nirough co-operation, extending over 
itMnl mBtrt*»«, a aavlng of lesa than $2,000,000 
§ year has been effected. Under unification Mr. 
B. W. Beatty maintains that a saving approxl- 
aurtlBf mm IM^.OOO to $75,000,000 a year 
could be achieved. It is true that there U In 
prospect the abandonment of unproductive 
llBM Of th« CJf JL ■jritem. Thoae that should 
be abandoned were specified over a year ago 
and much time has been allowed to drag on 
white mooff haa boen loct on a prodigious scale. 
The elimination of duplicated lines where sub- 
stantial losses art Mng lustalned should have 
boon a policy ptH Into optntlon kaff ago. 

The Canadian National Railway, even under 
the aegis of a Board of Trustees, is a prey to the 
doctrine of political expediency, and that Board 
•VldaBfly Infenda to do what it can to perpetuate 
the system of national ownership and political 
operation. It is symptomatic of how politics eon- 
Ibwi !• plip ■ iwift In the railway problem that 
the suggestion for unification advanced by Mr. 
Beatty should have been met by criticism In so 
aMBF Wwtom nowapapers. The criticism Is be- 
•ause of the character of the economies ad- 
vanced. That means that politics will decide 
agalnsi a Mbilanttal proportion of those econ- 
omies. They could be effected under unifica- 
tion; they will not be considered in the char- 
acter of tho eo-op«ratton now In practice because 
that policy Is suaetpUble to the Immediate In- 
teroits of voters aa apart from the economic in- 
teNil of ttit eoimtry aa a wlibto. 

Ifr. FaUarton, as chatarmaa of the Board of 
Trustees, would like to see th« capital of the 
Canadian National system "written down as 
maefa as possible." in this connection It may 
be recalled that the Minister of Railways told the 
Transportation Committee of the House of Com- 
mona that iuch writing down would apply to the 
debts owed to the Government on which no In- 
terest is being paid. That would mean no gain 
whatmr to tha CJUL lyitam. lHa taxpayer is 
carrying the burden now and he would continue 
to carry it under any writing -down process. The 
railway system would ba no better off finan- 
cially. It is not by writing down capital, but by 
yniXication in control and the putting into ef- 
fMl Of •eonomlM en the baala of baelneas ad- 
■dnlBtratlon, that the railway problem of the 
oountry will be solved. Politicians and the peo- 
ple aa a Whole, to the extent that they Insist 
on co-operation Instead of unified control, are 
euitlng off their noses to spl^e their faces. 



srauTDAL aam 



"To fUl the hour, and leave no crevice for a 
repentance or aa aMproral— that is happiness." 
wrot« Ralph Waldo Bmenon. "To finish the 
moment, to find the joomey's end in every step 
of the road, to Hire the greatest number of good 

liour.-?, l.'S wl.srlom " These are definitions put for- 
ward In his essay on "Experience." The having 
Of wladOBi and the ablUty to enjoy h ap ptoe l are 

of 



both very often contingent on the 
character, that "reserved force," which 
deflnee. "as acting directly by p r ee e n e e and with- 
out force." Perhaps the truest definition of all 
of character la the tribute paid to Lord Chatham, 
when It was said that those who Uetened to him 
felt that there was something finer In the man 
than anything he said. Character, Indeed. Is an 
extraordinary and hicomputable agent. The 
greatest of American philosophers says that 
those who possess It are often solitary. They 
may chance to be social, but they do not need 
society for th^ CftB entertain tbniiilfii nry 
well alone. 

The philosophy of things worth while Is the 
same all through the ages. No modern writers 
have got any further in their definition than 
Plato did, perhaps because all experience has 
tanght nothing more than Plato knew of the 
processes of the soul. It Is still now, as It always 
was, that only the few seek respite from the In- 
oeamat rash to get aomewhere and do aomethlng. 
There must be purposeful comings and goings 
in everyday life; there are, as well, opportunities 
whMi are ends In themselves, oecastoos that can 
be enriched so that the soul becomes attuned to 
the infinite. In the role of experience, properly 
tmlwnti^til. both wisdom and happtaMM ma>- be 
fOUMl. In that role. too. character may be de- 
veloped. There is always freedom to be won from 
the dyapepala of daily Uvtang; thoee who evlti- 

vate the finest things tn living know that every- 
thing good is on the highway. They can find the 
eqvator of life, of thought of apMt 

How then may wisdom and happlnr^'; be won 
and character developed In this life which so 
many regard ae heeiiBong and allcrdtag Httle 
time and few opportunities for the exercl.se of 
the faculties of the soul? Surely it is a matter 
of appreolatkm of aplrttnal powers and their ex- 
ercise. Nornjal human life Is always religious in 
some sense or other, but there are countleas 
thoosaadi who never put themselves in the way 
of conaelOM religious experience. It Is only by 
aeU-dliclpline and training, persistently applied, 
that tt la possible to teit the individual capacities 
of spiritual apprehen.sion. It la necessary to 
separate the virltual from the physical, the 
ncred from the leealar. to make me an ordered 
whole of matter and spirit; in effect, to exercise 
every faculty of life. All experience and all 
teaching of the great phllasophers Illustrate what 
Is helpful In the education of the spirit Ki- 
perlenoe, aa well. In the history of individuals 

-and ofjmttant ^'"'^^I^^^^JI*^ faculUea 

, en«ue«! 

^ JliKie u no ffUtilii $lfiielopment j^hf^c thci| 1 




Tbare U. li«w«T«f, a Uout al wlii«li tof- 
Ml M a 




u refuaal to have God In knewlodge. llie 

l.s furt vtr .vc'kinK i t'sponslveiies.s from the heart 
of man. All that makes for mjui s spiritual w«l- 
fai« oomm from Ood. Ihal fact ef OhiMlaa 

faith haa been ably expiewtd by r. D. Maurice 
when he wrote: "U I have said in any passage 
of my books that a man Is the author of Me own 

salvation. If ever I liuv«- hud iiu. li a th(»i:Rhl In 

my heart if every word i have spoken with my 
Hps or set down with my pen haa net been for 

the assertion vt thr diMtrliH* that Clod l.s the 
only source of man » righteousness, holi n ess, re- 
demption, he hui a right to call me heretic, aoul- 
destroyer. aB]rt|Ui« Iw pieeto i . and Z Witt Join 
him in doing ao . . . AU falee religion pro- 
ceeds from the notion that man is to make his 
way up to Ood by certain acte or by a certain 
faith of his Instead of receiving OOd'S Wltaem of 

iiimself and yielding to his government" 
Spiritual development then Is the activity of Ood 
in human life. It Is His teachlnga that lumlfh 
the rule uX daily conduct 

The hletory ef men who liav« had DIvtnlty In 

tyirlr lives 1.S a docunirnt of chancltr. It Is such 
men that experience the greateii htpglntM and 
shed moot histre by their wledcm. They have the 

zest and freshness of faith, they have unper- 
turbed confidexxce whatever the challenge of the 
wmrld; the aavor of thebr repntotkm purifies and 
quicki n.s All this Influence they exert because 
of obedience to the wiU of Ood. All their power aenaiors had special Jobs which 
U exercise^ la traatfomUag other men's Uvee. tajtbefr erttles Jkn the commons and 

giving them new visions, in fllllnK them with " 
^yous energy. In proclaiming the unmistakable 



Old-Time Memories 



a» a T. 

It la net ao dtSealt for one who 

liftj te*n here the right numt)er oi 



where he became a ( 

auburto. 



of dagftdatlon. far as he himself 
wya; "I'd come to tflalike the feel- 
ings ol tJie lieml \t-ry iiiuch I 



Miaa Phyllla OeavUie for their, aam 
kind support la helping to mske 
an unq«ialifled sasaSM ef the eon- 
cert, MirouKh their COOtrlbutlon lo 

the pjivinMiiue Itself. Also U ki'.' -^ 
me the i)>aMire tn be able to llmiik 



A d 
Canadian 

nunpas* again. The tTpper 

b«r of Parliament has often been 
rapresen'ted bf the wids-a«akt 
young men ef the Prms OaBwrlss 

aa a place of repose for superan- 
nuated politicians. Save the 
Senators, like Rip Van Winkle, 
awaksasd Hem a prolonged sleep 
and "gone en a nuapatsr" Have 
the Benatora In their dreams been 
aulBelently awake to hear the crUl- 
riMn.s which have been directed 
atiaiiist them as a eoPee t leB cf tes- 
slh with no purpose in piMle Hfe 
^avo to wonder at the extraasaaeHv- 
luea of the Oommonert, review What 
they eoBsider haaty and radical 
ieRi.<iatinn, and draw their j s ssiim s l 
indemniuea? 

• • • 

There W8.S a time when the 



vitality of the redemptive activity of sptaitnal 

well being. It is true they must watch, they must 
work, they must suffer. All this is con- 
ditional to the enjoyment of the gifto of grace; 
necessary for the achlevt nunt of an ever-grow- 
ing radiance In life. The spirit is life when en- 
dowed with righteousness. When Ite power is 
eaerdied heada are uplifted and there Is the 
vision of whither the individual Is bound and 
what the unresting Journey means. The way of 
Ufa everlasUng Is set before all, all who "by 
patient continuance In well doing seek for glory 
and honor and Immortality. 



whliam 



A memorial to William Adams, the first Ing 

lishman to reach Japan, has been unveiled at 
OllUngham, Kent, with the opinion expressed by 
the Japanese Ambassador, M. Tsuneo Idatsudalra, 
that it Witt atand as a token of an enduring 
amity and good will between Britain and Japan 
Adams introduced to Japan European science 
and elvlllaatlon and has earned the reputation 
of being the true founder of Anglo-Japanese 
friendship on the basis of mutual understanding 
and helpfulneaa. He was a humble sailor, and 
yet his career iB Japan la worthy of the lUia- 
bethan stage. 

Adams In a name that Is a tradition In Japan ; 
It is incorporated In the nursery tales of chil- 
dren. He taught the country to build its own 
ships. He played the role of BucUd la the last. 
It was accident that brought Adams to Japan, for 
he was the- survivor of a scattered trading fleet 
wrecked on the island of Klushlu three hundred 
years ago. The Man of Kent was welcomed with 
courtesy by the Japanese. Soon his honesty, 
frankness and abUity were recognised. Re was 
the earliest unofllclal British Ambassador to the 
Eastern Empire and his characteristics have ever 
stood hi the eyes of the Japaneae aa embiematle 
of the characteristics of the British race. He died 
a Japanese noble in 1620 and his memory is en- 
shrined in Japanese history and folk-lore. 



Greater London conUins 1.846 square miles, 
houses nearly 9.000.000 people and embraces 
praetleaUy all land within a radius of twenty- 
five miles from Charln' Cro:-. One of the Brlt- 
isii capital's great problems at the present time 
|g to r:ltt^* the congestion of population, and a 
proposal made in thla regard U the deoentraUa- 
ing of industries. 

%MA Down 



A prisoner to pavement and wall. I'm yeandBg 

For the op<?n sea in clean expanse. 

For a bow which lifts to wa'- rv rhurnlng, 
Where hoyden breakers leap to dance. 

Give me the waters that spume In capplag 

With gulls that rise froB its Ivory froth 
Like feathered planes In endlSBS flapping 

Above the caldron of elements' broth, 
Where unbridled swells are loudly clapping. 

And a mainsaU^ Uewa Uhs the wing of a melh. 

WhUs soaly dragsn wavm are snorttag ' 
On their monster path through hooded night 

In an unbridled race of wild oavortlng 
Toward the unseen goal of morning light 
Lathrop Law, In 



are what the mothen 



The Weather 

Meteei«loglsal Ottse. Vtetorla, mO, at • ^m., June 
9. 1914. 

SYNOPSIS 

The barometer remains high on the Coast, and 
scattered showers have occurred In the Kooteaaya. 
Ught rains are reported in Saskatchewan 
PMDOXPTTATlOlf AMD TBmr 
<ffte twelve hours, sndrng s p m.) 

iUin Min 

VIctocIa 



Max 



Va nc ouver •»•••——•— 
Kamloops 

Prinoe Oeorge 

Estevan Point 

Prince Rupert 

Daw.son 

Hcftttlf 

rortland .- 

Siui P^anctaoo — — 

Spokane . ....... 

Lo« Angeles ........ 

Pentioton .......... 

Vemon .......m..^ 

Grand 
Nelson . 
Kaalo ... 



Oalgary 

Edmonton 

Swift Current -»...-•-.-....--- 

Prince Albert 

Qu'Appelle 

Mooae Jaw 

Winnipeg 





48 


67 


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sa 


7ft 


m» 


u 


14 


mm 


M 


96 




Sg 


66 




M 


96 


M 


4i 


64 




40 


64 




52 


76 




M 


90 




M 


70 


.72 


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R4 


Trace 


«0 


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50 






Rfl 


M 


M 


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81 


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45 




•» * 


42 


77 


mm 


ts 


70 




10 


73 


M 


41 


10 


M 


4g 


60 


Ttaee 


St 


69 


.16 


38 


74 




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64 






or 






40 






99 






41 




Maxtannm 

Mlnlmtfls 

Average . 

Minimum or the grasi 

fair nun.'^hlne June fl 11 hours. 6 
S:Se rJt. WEATHER RSrORTf 

Victoria— Baroaseter. 90.11; wind, w.. 4 miles; fslr. 

wind. w. 0 mllm; fe». 
lair. 

Prince a«oag»-«memel6r. lOJO; wtad, gfW, tt 

miles: cloudy. 
Prtnce Ruperi-a99«B9l8r, MM; WtU, ML, 14 

mllea; raining. 
Eatevan 

miles; cl- 

Tafooti. 

Portland 
clear 

8e«tU4 

San 

«i9udr. 



the country meanly Insinuated they 
hugely enjoyed. Tliat was sitting 
aa a oourt upsa dhreree easss. Oom- 
mon people are popularly supposed 
to be deeply mterested m the evl- 
denes tareught out te ordinary 
divorce courts. We have heard it 
said that l)eIore divorce courts were 
established ki most of the fwvtaess 
of Caiuwla there never wa-s lr«u'< than 
a quorum in the Senate when a 
diverse ease was lising ooosMared. 
If that sneer be Ju.stmed, It merely 
proves that Senators are not ma- 
terially dUiersnt from w mwsn ha- 



arometer. 30 16; wind 8. 10 mlle.s; clear 
narome'v. S003: wind. NW . 13 mllea; 



If ths 
from lU slumbers and 
the rampage, tbcrs uwst be a rea- 

We have been following the course 
of the elderly sUtesmen. and can 
sute posiUvely that there to a rea- 
aon for the phenomenon. The 
Senate has of late been displaying a 
deep Interest In public affairs of 
vital fanperlanee and demonstrating 
that It may become an Important 
factor not only m national but in 
International <|ue8tians. The Senate 
has been considering International 
treaties and has discovered that 
some international treaties are not 
enUrcly in the best Interests of 
Canadians. The Senate lias been 
giving spedal eenslds rat fo n te 
Canadian n."iherles and has dlscov- 
erfd something it U not dlfDcult to 
discover — that several int ern a t ional 
treaties affecting fisheries are detri- 
mental to the fishery industries of 
British OolumMa. 

• • • 

There Is the treaty, lor example, 
which stopped what to called pelagle 
sealing and gave the United Slates a 
monopoly of that important indusUy, 
tai which Vleteria was at one time 
vitally concerned Next to the dis- 
covery of gold in the Cariboo coun- 
try, proseeutlon of the ssallng In- 
dustry brought the greatest amount 
of wealth to thU city. If it was 
necessary to kill pelagic sealing for 
the sake of preserving the seals 
from extermination, there surely 
should havp hten some form of 
compensation provided for the sac- 
rifice imposed upon Victoria. There 
was no such compensation, and the 
Senators elalm to have evidence 
that the provtoions of the treaty 
have been mterpreted In such a way 
that all its advantages are to Amer- 
icans and noos of tbsm te Cana- 
dians. 

• • • 

Then there wn.-! the salmon treaty, 
which was intended to preserve the 
soekeye salmen from extlnetien as 
the pelagic sealing treaty wm In- 
tended to preserve the seals from 
eatlaetten. The sahnon trsaty was 
never consummated because It 
would have benefited Canadians 
and might have besn prejudklal to 
the pronts of Americans. The 
United SUtes Senate bkx^ked that 
treaty, and H to pesllMs that ths 
action of the United SUtes Senate 
in that matter has awakened the 
Nnate and set it on the 
At any rate, the Cana- 
dian genets to dimaniling that au 
treattoa aOedtag flshsrtos be re- 
viewed aad the tesgmllMm tai them 
adjusted 

• • • 

The position of the Canadian 
SenaU In this matUr to abaolutely 
logled. n to that If the Aa ss rto e m 
InsL-it upon catching fl-sh as they 
approach Canadian waters for 
breeding purpesM Canadians have 
9 corresponding right of Uklng seals 
as they psM our shores on Uie way 
to the 1msdii« grounds en the 
Pribylofl Islands The preserva- 
tion of the soekeye ca nn i n g in- 
dustry to of greater tosportaaee te 
Canada than the pre.-^ervatlon of 
the fur seal Industry to to the 
united Matee-at toast 
The amount of revenue 
crues to the govamnent of 
under the terms of the 
treaty aa Interpreted by the United 
Statm to but a BNtety oonpared to 
the weahh whtoh adght bi 

Ifeum me soekeye canning 

• J* • 

We do net bebm te the 

Uon of the principle or the adop- 
tion Of the practice oC Ut for tat 
but are ptoassd to sso thai the 
Senate of Canada has gone on the 
rasBpaga and to dtoposed to 
upon ths i svtois to ef t i ea ti m 
have been so latsipreted as to be 
entirely dslilaisiHel to the interasu 



years to picture to hlmacll many really murh 
peopte. both men and women, who of the body 
trod the streeU at Vtokorto between 
1860-90. a period Ot twenty years 
To follow the footsteps ol a large 
number of them would be an utter 
impoBSlblllty. But here and there 

asm wem mmariEaMc char- 
belh to the ordinary business 

and the profeaalonal way There! 
was the usual number of men and 
women following the various u 

pauoos thai are oarried 00 in mo6i 
buskuesM and pielssslens ef today. 

It la true that here axKl there there 
were people who followed ways of 
making a living liiat are not in evi- 
denoe at the present time, and. on 
the eChSr band, there are many oc- 
jcupatlons followed today that were 
I not known fifty years ago. Many 
of the.M? rhaimes aif due 'u Lhi^ fH<'! 
that the requirements ol the people 
as a wheto. at ths pseatoit time, are 
entirely different from what they 
were during the years prevlotuly 
spoken of. 

To follow (toe Individual lite oi 
some of those v«i» trad our strmts 

In the days .spoken of would, in 
many cases, make a volume of most 
Interesting matter. A number of 
the yeuiw peopto of those days left 
here and opmed up business in 
various parts of the world. Up- 
wards of ftXty or more of them be- 
came very successful men In San 
Francisco and olbsr parts ol Call- 
fomto, notably ta the elothing and 
furniture \\uf.<. and quite a number 
entered the proic.ssloiui In the 
United Slates. Viciona hits supplied 
her qimta of atoto and energetic peo- 
ple who estaUtohed thcsaselves else- 
where, but, of course, that particu- 
lar feature of the activities of life 
to evws maatfsst today. 

A few yean back thto Interesting 
example was encountered by the 
writer m chatting with a friend In 
one of the prmclpal American cities. 
Ihere were two men close to him 
conversing in a strong Seottlsh ac- 
cent, wwis two hs hlad I tfiu. a eeerd- 
Ing to their volees, were from Lan- 
cashire, Bngland, showing clearly 
how oosmmxtlitan the population is 
m the greater portion of the United 
States. This to to be observed all 
owr the continent of North Amer- 
ica, even right here In Victoria; the 
foreign aeeant to dtotlpguished by 
the conversations of the peopto who 
have ilrrlved here and now make 
Vict/)ria and the Island their home. 
Where they originally came from 
covers every eomsr ef ths oanttaamt 
of Europe. 

It ts so frequently a.sked by those 
who have lived here only a few 
years: "What building formerly 
stood where (we will say) the Im- 
perial Bank of Canada is situated, 
the northeast corner of Yates 



pretened the fer-luig*; Ma>or UavJd L<eemlng and Mis 



One should distrust 

I he heart— the war had taught me 
that vary etoorly: and I weaat Ubsly 
to forgsi It* Msettim te aeg, be 

dldnt. 

Hl,% conipaulooA weie of tlir lowest 
types, but many wi;meii sj^uied to 
have loved hun 'Hif tx>(>k is utterly 
hopelees in tone and to only rec- 
ommwMied far team aha peeMm a 

l[ettfi:s«*(8iitoF 

No Irltrr to the Editor will fee | 
eit ri'l uvrr lite proper ^liaatai 

•('''**««UeMik*'M'iMtoi*imeli 



Laemlng. aad Mrs. J. O. Cameron 





gJUMM T l OW or WA' 

COLORS 

Sir,— Will you permit me to ex- 
press my warm thanks to the Island 
Arte aad Orafto Soctoty. ths Na- 
tional Oallery of Ottawa and the 

tuiiiv,- ;.'fncrous and publlc-.spirttcd 
Uullviilual.";. who liavp. together, 
made pos-siblc iJip very Interesting 
and delightful exhibition of pamt- 
ings of the Royal Boottish Soctoty 
of Painters in Water-Colors, now 
being displayed at the Windermere 
Hotel? 

It Is a remarkable example of 
gratuitous service. The exhibition 
Is free to the pubUe and to admir- 
ably shewn to vsry s oh a b te reems. 
The hanging was done gratuitously, 
obviously by an expert In such mat- 
ters. The hotel has lent, gratuit- 
ously, the comfortably-arranged 
showrooms, to which aooess to isade 
easy by the hotel lift 

The Vancouver island Arts and 
Crafts Society has made itself re- 
sponsible for the $96 dus to the Na- 
tional Gallery at Ottawa for freight 
and Insurance. It has also imder- 
taken to meet the cost of advertise- 
ment and of other incidental ex- 

nandltuiiaa. nia m^Amtm 4- ind»'MmA 

to the pttbUc for ito assistance in 
the donations which it has made, 
and Is m 
th^ outlay 

The collection of 111 pictures 
Is so characteristic <a the Royal 
Scottish Soetoty of Painters in 
Water-Colors, and the paintings 
therasdves are so beautiful that 
they constitute a memorable dis- 
play. It has given much evident 
pleasure to many peopto here, and 
will, no doubt, make as great an 
Impression and arouse as much ap- 
prectotlon In Calgary and the other 
cities to which It will go hi Canada 
after leaving Victoria 

C. DELM£-RADCLIFFE. 

1037 Richardson Street, Victorto, 
B.C., June 8, 1934. «a 



age the eenecrt was given, and 

Lho.sc wh(>.M' <?Ti>its 11; Miiv mannerjl 
ably auialed axMl ImiiKred ilia sue- j 

1^ O. WILIIOT, ' 
Mgr. for Ranald Matthews. 

Radio Station CJOR, i 
Street, Vancouver, 3X3, 



. IN APPRECIATION 

8U-, - The l!:6(iuimalt Harmonica 
Ramblers take this opportunity to 
thank kindly all the artiste who w 
g e n a r ou rt y gave ef their tbne and 
talent to make their ooncer t a sue- 
to Mr. Corneas, who so 
the fUto of chairman. 

F. L. LAVKRY. 
1048 Johnson Street, TtoteHa. B.C.. 
Juns 7. 1904. 

TUm of rietoHm 




I line nt tidei 
»t Victoria. BC. 
1014, 



I Pacific elandkrd Umr>, 
(or tb« month of June. 



"rrimt h tiTlm. H'tlTIm* M-ilTlm* H't 

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n.u. rx 



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s 

4 

s 
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II 
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14 
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IS 
17 
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as 

24 
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a so t,i 11 40 01 JO &• i.ii 

3 14 8 3 13 3& 0 t 31 30 

4:00 7 4|II II l,s;3I:40 



0:00 7 * 

1:M 7.S 

S a 0.1 1:14 •.4ll:l« i.l|aS:0« 

4:S0 1.1 S.TU:H 4.l|ta:ll 

S:40 4 1 U:0a 1.7 16:10 1 4 33 33 

«:»» I I 33 47 

':00 l.ll 13104 

T:»S 1.4| 131 :M 

• 00 O.lf 33 »3 

S;4« 0,71 

0,10 I II • to O B I, . . 

0 44 t 0 » .SS 0 7 30 10 ( 4131:40 

IM R 8 10 30 0 R 30 4.t i.S!33:SO 



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11:11 

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l.T|Sl:ei I.I 

s.ani:ii LI 



1.1 



Hlj reoord of hun- 
drada ol 

ef V4 owners to 

that tiie (jas consump- 
tion is between 20 and 
2S mtlci per gallon. An 
amazing re i ord in a 

car of I It ! 1 11 r ■ 1 : r ri ! ■ 'U 

power as the V-6. Let 
ut give you eeosa hw> 

ther V-8 facta. 

National Motor 

•19 YATBt STUST 




1 O'JI sc 
S It's I 30 



7:>6 5 1,11 04 4,8;3I:40 1.1 

U:S4 ■.111:30 B,3'3I:B4 l.l 

( IJJOO 1,7 

1 13310 l.l 

131:07 0.7 

11:40 l.l 



. , , I .... 

9 04 -0 «i 

B4S-0 5I»:0t l.l 

to SO -0 1 l»:M 1.1131:41 

11:18 0,7|H!4t SJ 



11:14 7.1 
7.0 



on 

and Oovenunent Streets?" in \8r,2 
the comer was occupied by a one- 
story wooden hulldtog with a ver- 
anda extending the full slie of the 
building and covering both the 
Yates and Government Street sidM 
of the sidewalk. It was known as 
the Liverpool Mmrliet. and was our 
fli: t m.irket Mr. Thomas Harris 
wa.% the proprietor. Not all persons 
in buslnes.'! today are a.s pleasant 
and kindly in their manner of serv- 
inf customen as Mr. Harrts was. 



OIL WKL TAX 

Sir, May I add niv remarks sup- 
porting Mr. Miller's excellent state- 
ment of facts on the Oil Fuel Tax. 
The Nanaimo delegation apparent- 
ly overlooks ths fact that a lot ef 
us. range oil u.vr.s, al.so use Island 
coal in our furnaces. Too much 
monkeying with the situation will 
lead to a switch of even the coal 
we are now usiag. 

Jm ptein wocds a number of us 
win refuse to pay tribute to the 
coal barons any longer Some 
months ago representations were 
made to Ottawa asking for a dump- 



He was certainly an expert In all I Ing duty on British coal, oertam 
business matters, exceedingly popu- — — . 

lar, and was generally known as a 
"good sport." He was Victorias 
first Mayer. 



W /j(/f'« ^'•»«' it 
Booklund 

By IIAAIOM I. AMOUa 



•'Journey to the Bnd of the Might." 
(Little Brown ti Company-Mc- 
Clelland St Stewart) . by Loui.s-Per- 
land * SUwart). by Louii-Fcr- 
dinapd CeiUie, translated Iqr John 
H. P. Malta. 

Certainly an iinu.iial book and 
one that has been acclaimrd as the 
greatest literary sensation of Europe, 
as well as the worst literary cess- 
pool In years. The flyleaf commenU 
that Figaro (Parts) says that no 
sensible man will recomend It to his 
wife or daughter Frankly, this re- 
viewer sees no reason why either 
the sensible man, his wife or daugh 



tormages being quoted to support 
the request, drrrea.se of production 
on the Island being ciiarged to the 
coal unloaded here from Kngland. 
PraetleaUy the sans figures are Im- 
\sm quoted aeross the Bay, Irat the 
reason given Is th<! oil competition. 

Perhaps the Nanaimo delegation 
will say wlilch is corro<:t, and whilr 
they are considering tlie matter 
maybe they will snake some effort 
to Justify the present prios ot coal 
here. So far we have not any sane 
rea.mn or even an attempt to give 
a reason for the prevailing high 
rate and the sooner they quit trying 
to halt the maroh of progress the 



H McTAVTSH 
Street, Victoria, 



Tha tloM VMd !• PaelSe slaaSard for 

the 130th Meridian west. It I* eountcd from 
• MM l»«iir», ttmm mMntaM to nrtdnttht 
T)i« SfurM tor hclcht lervt to dlitlatuUh 
blah water from low water. Where blank* 

occur In the table, tha tide rlie* or fatl* 
continuously durlni two (ueceMiTt tidal 
prr:o(Si without turning. 
The iieKht is IB fooi aad MbUm Of a 

trot. mrasuroS tHm thO SmSM iOVil Of 

low water. 

Te aaS ifeo SMMb ef watii aa Mm afll af 
tho amiawit SrvSMk, aSd ll.o fett t« 
tho baltht of hlah water a4 above tlven. 

To And tbO dOPUl ot water on the illl ot 
tho aonaheM drrSoek. add SO feet to the 
biaAil o f hiah waUr aa aSoto »! ' 

•UllBISB AND ■UNIBT 



Time of aunriM aad OUeiOl flNMlSc 

standard time) at Vleteria. B.O.. tSr tht 

moeth of June. 1914. 

Bun 



Quality 

PLATES 



riaaaMi »!•»•• ara 

EiVaeMy aatok year Bstaral toolfe. 



an oat hellavB 
rrstere TOBthfll 
eavreaaUa. 



DR. CO ULT AS 



CraMfli House 

roa Bora 

a i a Sor iart aa m CennectiaB 
C T. ULTOM. a.o.r. 




Tha MeteorelMleal Okaonratorr. Oon- 
salw aaifMs. TMetta. ao 



Accidpntal Death 
f erdict of Jury 



Rimless Eyeglasses 
Vastly Improved 

Thr modern rimleaa dretlaa* or apec- 
Irrlr hnn no scrrwt Ihrouih the lenaea. 
Thla removea an objection to thrir arn> 
eral we which haa long rxrr( i^rd the 
Incenultjr of the optomrtriat and tha 
patltnea of tho voarara af aaeh ilaMN. 
At laat a lystam haa Soon devlaed to m 
secure the mounlln«R (o the Irnses that 
doe» away entirely with lon-ir. mnbbly 
■iataaa. and the inronvrnlrnre of fre- 
qaoat adJuotnoata: alao enabiirx the 
lonMt to rtmain rlddly In iheir in- 
tended poeltlon befnrr thr r\r\. ko Im- 
portant la astldiiiti iMii . bpsulrs Irsien- 
Ini the rhanres or brmkaie We are 
fully enulpprrt to m ply this new 
nirtliod The rlmlrt* alaste* yea are 
■•w wearlaa caa be eeavartoS tot* 
aerewleii at small outlay: or, should 
you so deslrr we ronld supply you with 
the iiuirr efflrirni urirt modern types 
now bpinc Introduced, Come In and 
let us demonatrata the wonderful ad- 
vaniaars of this Bcw and effective in- 
no\siion In rimleaa construction and 
• daplsllon 

Rinilrss ilaaMi WiU So MM !■ ▼ 

than pver Mm; aod tfeor are al^ 

In style, 

A. P. BIytli 

Utf 



CAMPBHIs lllVm, June f.— Ac- 
cidental death wa."i the vefdlct re- 
turned at the Inquest held here to- j accident 
<lay an We Bedeaia. who died teihsm 



haspltal here ye.-derday following an 
at a logging camp near 



049 Government 
BjO.. June t, 1M4. 



POLICE gr r i C IKW CY 

sir,— I want to expre.ss every 
thanks for the highly efficient man. 
ner In which Chief Heatley and 
members of the City Polloe Feree. 
and also members of the Provincial 
Pollrt\ who awsL'^fed. looked after the 



ter would want to read It, unless 'crowds at the annual Colonist 

'bicycle races. The policing arrange- 



they simply revelled ha morbidity 
The hidden depths of most people's 
souls are generally unpleasant, and 

when the lesdlng character has 
been throtiRh the Oreat 
great detriment too hl.s 



ments were excellent In every way. 
as they have been ever ilnee this 
animal event had Its hiesptlan. This 
y/AT withlwiS a faet eenmented on most 

mind and J favorably by FttHl Canvm. of Van- 



splrlt. as In the esse of the hero (?) 
in this book. It Is bound to make un- 
plaasant rsadlng. On the ether 
hand, menui Ulness has a fasebia- 

tlon for many people, for the sale 
of this book has been phenomenal 
til Europe, and on this continent 
the book has ardent admirers. 

How the doctor here (who Is sup- 
posed to typify the millions of un- 
der-doR.'^ who alwavs exist, in and 
out of wan jDiiKri J!;/^ PYcnch army 
was as simple as most ungovernable 
Impttlaas. Once a soldier, he knew 
regret and fear, that eventually to 
dominate him that hiT landed In a 

hospital for the mrnfalt' deranged, 
and determined hr would pit his 
cunnlnit agn'.n.'^t those In authority 
and never return to the Front. After 
being dischanred as cured he went 
to Africa, that land of terror and 
mental miens, which aggravated 
his troubles snd Intensified hU ab- 
normalltiea. Later he went to 
America In search of a distorted 
ideal, and finally returned to Paris, 



couver. who won the Class "A" event, 
and everyone present would have 
been only too ready to endoree his 
praise. Hie efflelent polking ef the 
course made a deep impression on 
the visiting contestants and the 
looal flaiee la worthy of every praise 
J. R. MATSON. 

The coionM, TIeiarIa, BXJ, Jane 

9. 1834 

BLIND BOY riANIgr 
Sir.— May I ask you to insert the 
following in your most valuable 
coltmins. In regard to a recent 
concert given at the Crystal Oar- 
dsn Auditorium In yew city. Z 
would, on bshalf oT Ronald 

Mattheav the blind boy pianist, 
like to express my deepest appreci- 
ation to the public of Victoria who 
through their patronage were the 
MUM of BMterlaly Mristlng thi^ 
blind boy to further his aaabitlon 
in becoming an excellent concert 
pianist Alao to the aa.'Ostina ar- 

tlstss of the Surydlcc ArU Club and 



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Our VMtara-TeaUrdar SM aenona arrived here kr Uie eloaaMaie naaen 
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fayorakle aapeel 77«« steanier Ktlaa Anderaaa, traaa TMMSa, Sad M 
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Tooi'a Oakta Oaaiaonp — Tha DauMy TTncle Tom'a Oabln 
}«eurdar aaomtaa ea the Sa. Ouea a of th' ranfir anit will open Ka 
It tonlcht at the PhltharaMRle Hall T) - r<MnpanT it ander the 
rnt of tha owner. 1 MrPadden. and troai the war II baa keen 
rocelred and spoken nf in nther plarei Vlrinna inar w«ll etpeat lo W« 

farored with a parfarMeaea of a hiah order. A afreet parade win ke aire* 
laday al II a.ak 



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Odd Fellows Will 
Assemble Here to 
Meet Grand Lodge 

B4'lH<<ii KOO an<l IJMH) Drir^'ah^ Will Annul 

( on V riition of hour (»roii|>.>> of Or<lt'r Itij; 

Prugrttiiiiiu- Arranged for Visitors— Dia- 
moiid Jubilee to Be Observed 



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mfiit-s In 
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9 — Adjourned MHlaiu of (.jutui 
Lodge and Rebekah Afifirn hiv 

13 lioon— Adjeununeni al Orand 
Lodge and lUbalnll Asaembly. 



Given Prize in Contest ITIIBEE-POINT 

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Be:TWVEN aoo and XfiHn dtlagatw hmm tnbofdiailt 
Irxl^es and auxiliary braacllM of th« Independ«it OraV 
of Odd i* ellows, will gather in tha Capiul City tUi waak, 
to attand ttie Diamond JuUka aaaaio n of tha Orand Lodj^a ol 

British Columbia, the forty third session of (he Gtaiui Km ain[) 
ment; the twenty-sixth session of the Kebckah Assembly, and 
the twanty-Afth annual aaaaion of tfia Departmant C^undl 
Patriarchs Militant of British Columbia 

The Odd Fellows will bring the i Encampment and Rebekah Asoem- 
largsst single gatbering of dele- bly. 

gates so far tUs year, and the aes- 6:S0-AdJoununent of Orand En- 



Orand 

bly. 

I 7 to to 9- — Conic: 1 d'-i i >i at Kin 
of (hivalry by Llt^utenant-Colonel 
I) Wi£hari in Shrine AadttarlMft, 
Cook and Vlow Streets. 

»— Omnd ban (dress Infwmal) In 
Shrine Auditorium. Orand tiuiKh 
led by the Patriarchs Milltani Ad- 
mi&>ii>n by invitation onl\ 

UFFH EKS OF OKOCK8 

This \> a list of the oiBcers of the 

four gn up. meeting iB 
during the week: 



■Jans ars to antlnae from totnor 
jnm morning uaUl Thursday night. 
Ttm official welcome from the dty 

will be extended by Mayor David 
Leeming, at 10 30 o'clock, Wednes- 
day morning. 

OFFICIAL PROGRAMME 

The following Is the official pro- 
gramme of masllBii and aociai 
functions: 

MONDAY Mirmtos 

Morning 

10— Twenty>fUth annual session 
of the Z)epartment Ooaaea Patri- 
archs MlliUnt of in IX>X>.¥. 
Hall, Douglas Street. " 

12 noon— Adjournment of Depart- 
ment OouncU Patriarchs Militant. 



2— 8es«lon re.siimrcl In Depart- 
ment Council Patriarchs Militant. 
7 to 8: IS — Rebekah Assembly De- 

innr. h>ii. nmigisi 



8— Patriarchs MlUtant Degree in 

Burns Hall, Douglas and Johnson 

Streets. 

8:15 — RegxUar meeting of Victoria 
Lodge No. 1. la IOjO^F. BUI. Doug- 
las Street. 

S— Entertainment by Victoria 
Lodga Mac 1, IB LaOJF. mtSi, Doug- 
las MMfk. 

TUBSDAT SBiSIONS 

, Morning 

i Twanlj III nil I annual session 
of the Rebekah A.v<;embly of B.C . 
In Shrine Auditorium, Cook and 

View Htrerts. 

9— Forty-third annual session of 
the Grand Bneampment of BjO.. hi 
I.O.OJ». RaU. Douglas Street 

la noon— Adjournment of Orand 

m- 



campment and Rebekah Assembly. 

7 — Memorial service in memory 
of our late Grand Master Brother 
W. T. Chcate, in lO.OF Hall, 
Douglas street All Odd Fellows 
and Rebekahs are invited to attend. 

7:30— Grand Lodge Degree In 
I.O.OJP. Hall. Douglas Street. 

8— Regular meeting of Colfax 
Rebekah Lodge NO. 1, In A.O.F. 
Hall, Cormorant Btrset 

^-Social dance and cards by Col- 
fax and Came Rebekah Lodges in 
A O.F. Hall, Oormorant Street. 

9— Special meeting q( Vancouver 
Encampmtot No. 1. and oonferrlng 
of Royal Purple Degree by Nsnalmo 
Encampment Na 4, in LO-OJ*. Hall 

BUBDIBBi 



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1:30 — Sessions resumed In Orand 



0— Sixtieth annual session of the 
Grand Lodge of B.C.. in Z.O.OJ'. 
Hall, Dougl as Street 

9— Adjourned asMoB «r Babekah 
Assembly. 

10:90— Reception and address of 
welcome by His Worship Mayor 
Leemlng In Orand Lodge. 

10:4S — Fraternal delegalli re- 
ceived In Grand Lodge. 

ii:30-Adj uuiuinH «r Rabskah 
Assembly. 

13 noon—Adjournment of Orand 
Lodge 

Afternoon and Evening 

1 :3ft— Rebekah memorial service 
in Shrine Auditorium, followed by 
resumed session. 

1:30— Session resumsd in Grand 



a— Fraternal delegates received In 
Rebekah A.<tsembly. 

5:30 — Adjoiirniin'nt of Orand 
LodRe and Rebekah Assembly. 

7:30^ vSpeclal meeting of the 
Beaver Theta Rho Girls dub Na 4. 
In LOjaJP. Han. Douglas Btreet. Al' 
Rebekaha WiO be welcome. 



( inmd 
Vancouver. 

Deputy Grand Master — W 
Walkem, P.OJiC:. Ladysmitb. 

Orand Warden B. O. 
New Westminster. 

Orand Secretary— B. It. Webber, 
P.O.M.. 142 West Hairttngi BMtt. 
Vancouver. 

Orand Treasurer — Oaomt J. 
Scott. Oyama. • 

Grand Reprssentativa-4 B. Bl- 
llott. P.GJiC., Vancouver. 

Grand R<T"*sentatlve— P. Clark, 
P.O.M., Prli-i' I . 

BBBEKAU ASSEMBLY 
President— Mrs. Bdith R. V. Tcdd. 

Victoria 

Vlce-Prcildent Mrs. Lillian M. 
Trethewey, Vum 'mvcr. 

Warden— Mrs. Stella M. Matron, 
Penticton. 

Secretary — Mrs. Francis A. 
Walker. IIN Delta Street. Victoria. 

Treasurer-^tta. Adiialda Dore, 
Kelowna. 

ORAND ENCAMPMENT 

Grand PatriaKa>-»ig.-B> Jhaver, 
Victoria. 

Grand High Prlast— W. B. Bous- 

ton. Merritt. ______ 

Grand Senior IVBVST— - A. 
Procter, Vancouver. 

Grand Scribe— B. L. Webber, 
P.G.Pn 142 West Bastings Btreet, 
Vsnoouver. 

Orand Treasurer -A G. French. 
P.OP.. New We.stminsler. 

Orand Repre.sentative— It. Oil- 
lard, P.O.P., Vancouver. 

Grand Representative — W. S. 
Jotanstoo. PX}.Pm Oranbrook. 
PATRIARCHS MILrTANT 
Department Counrll of B.C. 

Department Commander — Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel D. WLshart, 6080 
Slocan Street, Vancouver. 

Department Adjutant — Captain 
B. C. Turner, 610 St Gaocgo Btreet 
New Westminster. 




Government to Open Investi- 
gations on Pensions. State 
Health and Schools 



JAMES MAYNARD 



MS li 



Fhii Photogrspb. Sabfltitted by A. R. Shields, 1515 Camosun Street. 
Viaoris Wss Awsrded Eleventh Prize in The Daily Colonitt Amateur Soap- 
shot CoBtctt for May. 





TtiK Russian workman, forced to 
quit a job he likes and work where 
the bosses need him, must rejoice in 
the fact that he is no kmger slave 
ot a tsar. 



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Each of Quintuplets Now in 
Own Incubator— All Gain- 



CORBDL, Ont, June 9 (CP).— 
All now ooaily houssd In separate 
Incubators, the Dlonne quintuplets 
today continued to show growing 
strength, and three of them gained 
weight la <iM last tW«ltf-four 
hours. 

Two remained unchanged — 
Yvonne and Annette — and they are 
the heaviest of the five. The total 
gain for the day brought the total 

weight of all Ave little fdrLs to ten 
pounds three and one-fourth ounces. 

DANGBRB MUCH LBBB 

nr A R Dafoe, the attending 
physician, who brought the girls 
into the world a week ago last Mon- 
day, expfsssed satisfaction with the 
new arrangement under which each 
has her individual incubator. The 



danger of Infection now Is much 

le.ss, he ."-iild. 

One indication of growing strength 
la that all five now have developed 
Strang bowls, in contrast to the 
wailing, whining cries with which 

they formerly expres.sed their views 
Of the world which is so interested 
in their btarth and progMSs. 

DOCTOR HAS CHUCKLE 

Dr. Dafoe was chuckling today 
over what he termed the "prise" 
aadreas T** t*^ ^..-«»«~..- 
letters he has received from all 
over the world. 

The letter, postmarked Harris- 
burg, Ohio, was directed to 

"The doctor in charge of the 
qtiintuplets, NMth Woods, Canada." 

He did not disclose the contents 
of the communication. Most of the 
letters offer advlea an ears of ttie 
babies. 



For a number of years exrhanc;.^s 
have been carried out between mln 
i isters of Canada and the United 
States and those of Great Britain. 
Several ministers now tei Toronto 
came first as Summer exchanges 
This year the edUor.s are following 
the example of the ecclesia.stlcs and 
Che editor of the English Methodist 
Times and Leader has come over 
and taken the editorial chair of The 
Christian Advocate, of the Metho- 
dist DdIsci^ Church of UBJt 




(ac/ 

IN THE^ 

CANADIAN 
ROCKIES 



s. B. Plpa, of a Tvottio aetuar- 

, lal firm, win arrive in Vletocla en 

June 20 to contuuu- prrpar;! ' 'nn of 
I a new basl.s for Ui«' Hi iLiiii Co- 
lumbia Superannuation Act, and to 

commence a similar Inquiry into the 
financial aspeets ol state heaMh 

insuranee. Bon. Dr. O. m wcw an 
nounced yesterday. A tiuui .survey , 
•hal i<> iie Conducted under the 
supervision of the Departihent of 
Education into the Bnanolal basis 
of British ColumMa educatlaB. WlU 
-et under way in July. Dr. Wahr 

..aid. 

In superannuation affairs. It is 
held that the present act is not on 
a scientific basis, and must be 
shanged. P re sen t provMens for the 

system of collections from public 
vrvants. and contributioivs by em- 
I)l(i\ers and the Government, sre 
said to be unsound. The whole plan 
li definitely headed for rediaping. 
On an actuarial basis, superannu- 
ation can be conducted with less 
cost to the Province, and with 
greater protection to employees. Dr. 
Weir declared. He will cbnsultwtth 
municipalities later, on their ar- 
rangements under tbe sebene. 
QUB8TION or 008TC 
In state health insuranee. the 
Oovemment desires the preparation 
of a workable plan to (\ire for the 
financial costs of the scheme. The 
big problem is the coverage of 
those who cannot oontribatc to any 
fonn of Insurance now. The basic 
contention Is that the Province. In 
an organlMd and directed plan, 
would spend less rather than more 
In ultimate outlays for health and 
hoepltaUaatlon. 

As It i.s now. Dr. Weir stated, 
people without any resources have 
free care; those with adequate 
means purchase like services; a 
great body of people In between go 
wlthfHit ader;unte medical attention, 
while the Government and cities 
pey unpaid hosplUl bUls. 

Fl'NDING EDITCATION 

Should or should not the Gov 
emment assume responsibility for 
the financing of education. Is tbe 
still larger Issue st'atake under the 
third head. Dr. Weir Is non-com- 
mittal on the point, but says the 
Provlnea la going ta aattla tba qusa- 
Uon. 

Special survey of edueatlanal 

costs, and pos.-ilbly of provincial 
crants. will l>e made, commencing In 
July. Dr \V( ir denied that the 
Oovemment had offered any aseur 
anee of an Increase tti edueatlanal 

Rrantsnext scliool term, as hinted by 
a member of a Mainland delegation 
last week. Tlie whole question wa.* 
up for review, he concluded. In his 
dual capacity of Provincial Secre- 
tary and Minister of Bdueatlon, Dr 
Weir Is anticipating a busy year. 



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WOLF CUBS 
Wolf Cubs of Victoria district 
held their annual sixers' snd sec- 
onds' bun feed at Scout headquar- 
ters recently, Mrs. A. B. C. Pbipps, 
assistant district commissioner for 
Cubs, being In charge'. In response 
to the cu.'^toniary .signal of "pack, 
pack, pack, ' some sixty Cubs formed 
a circle for flag break and the 
'grand howl," which was led by 
Sixer TtHn Clarke, St. Mary's South 
Pack. The Cubs then marched to 
St. Louis College grounds, which had 
been kindly loaned for the occasion 
by the Rev. L. S. Ward, principal 
of St Louis College, and formed In 
sixes. Games played were: numbers, 
maze, stones In a circle, pa.ss the 
stick, leapfrog, .skin the snake and 
knotting relay. Returning to Scout 
headquarteia. tbe Otte circled the 

large recreation room .'ind after 
grace, which was said by Rev E M 
Willis, partook of a bun feed, under 
the convenershlp of Mrs. C. W. 
Dixon and Miss Joyce Dtam. Hmmc 
in charge of the various pack.^ were: 
Third Victoria, J C. Slater; St. Bar- 
nabas', M;^ A. H. C. Phlpps; St 
Mary's, North. South and Third, 
Miss N. Price and Miss J. Bodgmn; 
St. Paul's, Miss M. Phillips; Oatba- 
dral, W. J. Munroe, St. Matthias', 
P. L. Anstey, Cathedral Choir, St. 
Louis. Mellon Hughes; SC. Marks, 
A. B. Wratten and Miss V. Klnsar ; 
Pint Sidney, R. Byers and Miss 
Orsce King, and First Langford. 
Captain D B. F. Sullen. The 
"grand howl." led by Sixer Flodney 
Bayles. lint Langford Pack, fol- 
lowed by the Cim prayer and silence, 
brought the sffair to a dose. Miss 
M. Ebbs-Canavan. of the Solarlimi 
Pack, and Miss V. Bbbs-Canavan 
tba 



W. A. Tutte, of Vancouver, 
Talks to Studintt of 
Dougtat nan- Hero 

"Employment will not solve the 
problem of unomploymant.'* 

Tbat waa one of the remarkable 
statements made by W. A. Tutte, 

of Vancouver, styled by his critics 
as an unorthodox econoinLst, but 
recognized a.s one of the keenest 
Students of economics in so far as 
tbay apply to tbt nomlnkai 9t Can- 
ada and especially tba OosBlu So- 
cial Credit Plan. 

BCONOMIC SYSTBM 

Mr. Tutta was speaking io a 

group of Victoria exponents of the 

Dougla.s plan at a meeting In the 
churcli parlors of the First Baptist 
Church, here, last night. His ad- 
dress wss to have been solely on 
the Douglas plan, but by reason of 
(ktt HftRb^fltri^y off ^Itft 

small audience were students of the 
proposed plan, he did not go fully 
Into the* technical a.spects of the 
system, and dealt. In an Informal 
way, with economics generally. 

"If any politician tries td tell you 
that he can < reate a pennanent Job 
for every man, he's either mislead- 
ing you, or he doesn't know what 
he is talking about," Mr. Tutte de- 
clared. Zn support of that ba said 
that it was Impassible to have pro- 
duction of real wealth without a 
relative consuming power and the 
creation of more Jobs, or more 
work. Increased production without 
production being compensated by 
the abUity of the individual to con- 
sume the goods so produced. 

SCIENCE HOLDS KEY 

TIm nwtf'*nf1 pngTMB of a eoun- 
try has bsen measured In the ability 
<A science and invention to displace 
labor through the creation of labor- 
saving devices. Unemployment, he 
stated, was simply the ripe fruit of 
the progress of sdenoe and Inven- 
tion In agrieultura and Industry 
over a period of 150 years. "It 
would be logical to suggest that 
.sclenti>>tR work on Mondays. Wed- 
ne.sdavs and Fridays, figuring out 
new ways to dispense with labor, 
and thm on Tuesdays. Thursdays 
and Batardays. figure aut bow to 
dlmansa wltb inmplenw*nt tbey 
have created. 

Mr. Tutte dis cu ssed the present 
financial ayatam and traced Its 
origin back to tbe earty days of tbe 
use of diMa aa a token of value for 
cattle, and the receipts given by 
goldsmiths In England for valuables 
deposited with them for safe-keep- 
ing It only remained for one gold- 
smith to discover that he was able 
to circulate mora receipts than be 
had valuables In keeping In order 
to set up the present day systam of 
paper currency auppoasd to be 
backed by gold. 

PBODUCTMMf AND PDBCBASB 

He also di.scussed the credit sys- 
tem and declared the national 
credit was simply the ability, or the 
accomplished desirs of the Individ- 
ual, to purchase ttiat wMeb was 
produced. As an example, he ssid 
that 1,000 ton.^ of potatoes held by 
the farmer did not r<piescnt real 
wealth, unless there was a desire 
on the part of individuals for their 
consumption. The bankers' loan 
against those potato^ could not be 
realized, unless the commodity was 
disposed of. and therefore the real 
wealth was not in the commodity, 
but in the abUity of tbe individual 
to buy. 

Rev F W McKlnnon, of the 
Douglas Street Baptist Church, was 
chairman, and Introduced Mr Tutte 
who came over from the Mainland 



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dty to speak to the Douglas plan 
adherents here. Following Mr. 
Tutted address, a abort tbna waa 
given for questions coneoTBlBt any 

points In the address 

m wm 

i MINISTERIi 



Lack of Expansion Qlvon 
AssamUy 

TORONTO. June t (OP.— Them 
are about eighty surplus mlnlataiB 

In the Presbyterian Church In Can- 
ada, Rev. W. R. Reid, Montreal, U^d 
the general assambly of the Prsoby- 
terian Church in Canada today, in 
connection with tba discussion <tf 
the report of Pwjf. F. Scott Mse- 
Kenzle. principal of the Presbyterian 
College, Montreal, on recruits for 
the minlitiy. 

Announcing figures he had gath- 
ered on the status of tlie ministry 
since union. Dr. Reld said 491 min- 
isters stayed with the wntlnuii^ 
Presbyterian Chureb In liM. There 
are 290 in active service nonr, he said, 
and 177 ministers without charges. In 
this latter total he placed ministers 
on the retired list, and thoee In 
other businesses who did not destaa 
charges. "It still leaves," he said, 
"about eighty ministers without 
charges." 

He believed the difflculty lay Is 
lack of expansion by the church. 
Expansion wmild fake rnir of all 
men that could be brought Into the 
ministry, he tbongbt 

Tbe report waa approved. 



Radio Sirifrpr on 
Vigil to Canada 
Boundtor Banff 



VANCOUVER, June 9. — Kate 
Bmltb. imdlo's songbtad of tha 

South, paid her first visit to Cana- 
dian noil today, when siie arrived on 
the Canadian Pacific Coastal liner 
Princees Marguerite from Seattle, 
this morning, leaving at 9 M o'doefc 
thl< afternoon by Canadian PacttlO 
lines for Banff and Lake Louise. 

The radio eelsbrt^. onjoylng her 
first respite from mlerophone and 
stage enga«emenL<( In many months, 
said .Hhe planned a "real rest." and 
was looking forward to her week In 
the Rodtlss. "Everywhere I havo 
heard how wondaiful your Rockies 
sre. and I wish X bad mors time to 
spend there but I must rush Back 
to New York. " 

Mlas Smith completed, at Seattle. 

la.'t nlahf a personal appearance 
gan la-sl October, and this l.i the 
tour of the United HUtes which be- 
first Chance she has had to taka 
time off for herself. 

She la aeooipanlsa by her 
ager. TM CoBbis, and Mia. 



A Family of Quality 



their ifuslity has wmi and M 



the cenMsaes and astaem of tbe pniBe 

through nearly IVt >rar« In butinrM, 
pr«ducU mi the llouiie of Hills bav* 

son hl^f fegsidsd with 



WBb*flpelMi 



Badges wSB bf Scouts of the 
First Chinese TTOop will be pre- 
sented at next Saturday's meeting, 
it was announced at tha last troop 



signalling contests between patrols 
were carried out. The Tiger Patrol 
was namsd duty patrol for the week. 



A mother 

sleep 

Tf I wer* a baby, 
fanls bro'her. aged 
Intend to ba asleep.* 



bar baby to 



the in- 
Td pre- 

I 



-awertby 

iMe fawlly»f<|aaHlypwdMin hssbssn i 

grrrlr.! Miih nnlahlr enlhu«ia>m. Yoar 
ir*l pipeful Mill ba a rcvclatiiNi of what 



ef ifce 

- an«l voii «.itt knew at imm>« 
lhal jitu ha*e found ■ pip* 
0f taatlna »aliafactiMk 




W. D. * H. O 



WILLS* 

PIPE TOBACCO 

ra* c4NAai«w Mft( noM-ttt oto iMtinn rptimiu 



TFir. OATI.Y COLOMST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. JI XK 10. 1934 



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N. 0. KIUUUM « GO, LTD. i^ICTOBIANS 

OFF TODAY 

FOR ?m 



Okaiui£an Pur« Cid«r Vm«sar Um a D«Ugbtiul Pkvor for 
•atoOik OlilloB fIftM jttffs, 8Sf r l«rfe bottlet..- 18^ 

Vmcr Valley Black Currant Jam, 4-lb. tins „ 45< 

FMmt Valbjr OrMttgage Jam. 4-lb. tins _ 35< 

Australian Choica 2-Crown Sultanaa, new crop — just arrived. 

£oc — w #«»^.>#»,M^,, ,..„., .2^^ 



Sprays and Disinfectants 

"W for aphi.r (ill ruk*'>, 



and fleahiopix'i uu 



Um black leaf 
vegetables. 

KATAKILLA- Null poi^oiioiib tspifiy lor vcgetablM; 3 OMncM <i5c 

makfi) five KiiHoiii 
rUNGOFATIC^-For iiUldew on rOM*. 
SOIL IN8BCTICIDB iHl' tnUDli "lli Uu jgfl. 





TURKISH COFFEE 



40c 



I' .1. Are 
w« o*unt 



_ Mr Better Coffee, try TURKISH 
BBS te Bv«ry .INMrtot Is IS* Otty 



SCOTT & PEDEN 

r. 7111 fsr al ispartmeats. Osr. SIots aM 



Some 300 Residents to 
Attend Canadian Legion 
Conclave in Portland 



LOCAL MAY QUEEN 

WILL BE PRESENT 



MAIL FOR 

FREE 

BOOK 



i 



Lot Angdti, Cslif. 

PUaie tend mt by return mtil new free 
iifhiiil guide book witK (.ompltte dttaili 
of t. vicacion trip to Loi Angelti County 
and Southern Cslifornii. Alio tend free 
reutisg kr Q mum, □ fail, Q fltai. 



f 



Qty. 



•shows how to 600 
California in a 

2WEEKS VACATION 

Tiiij official Kuide-book ihoT* how even a 2-weeki 
vacation givet you 12 dajrt ■ctiullx lMn...ltair 
the whole trip n«ed cott M laon ^ao « reatinc. 
clo(c-to-hofn« outing. It itemizet all cojti, with 
day-by-day itinerary. Iti <0 intereiting grarure 
photoRrjphi »how you California retort citici, 
tporti, beaches, pleasure ialand*. mountaiiu, lakei, 
orange grovei, gardeni, moTics, MAuons txA ncar- 
bf OM Alsuco . . . sai bow to tnjay thfm. Send 
for thk book today, bcfon planaing any Yacatioa. 

Comt to Ctliforni* for » glonomi t scttiou. Advil* «myom mt t» nm* ittkinn 
*mtloym*nt,lttl ht JiuppoinlfJ; /•<.' ' 




Brigham Oil Burner 

Sm It for Yourstlf at 

Stocker's Building, 1006 Blanshard 



fiuarailNtf fw t lafcwaad 

2 Cn No Salt 

Cords ^«I«WU Water 

Inside Fir, ^i.OO Cord 

Sooke Lake Wood Co. 
nsoNi B Mriat aa i t 



FLUID AIDS 



You Cannot Bxpact 

nenelhlne fnr Netklne 

T^tit You Can Gat 

Shingles 

VfennaiMi Im aaMUty. ■■•■■raetm 
MiS PriM •! 

CaaMTiB Lvmber Ca.. 

Al.o 

Crate.1, Fruit 

Of K*ery aiM 

PMONI OllM 





FIRST UNITED 
CHURCH 



MtetoUr 

Ok Wll«f>' ^^ « O.D. 
AMtotaat M i ' 

WUf9. Oorrton Bonthrod. B A., a,0, 

auNDAT aaavKias 
u m A.M.-Or. w. o. wlkMi. 

T:M r M Rev Oorrlon Rno«)|reyd 
SUNDAY SCHOOL 
t 4» A M - Intermedlatea •nd Ben or« 
II 00 A M -rrlmarlei and Junlara 



Dr. aehw sHaii . tt ttm Lunbarsne 

mLvlon. Wrst Afrlos. will vl.Mt Eng- 
land in October to deliver the Hib- 
tart Leeturee at Otfnrd. his sub- 
to be "Rellfflon and Modem 
illlistlon • In November he will 
»lvr the CMfTorf) Lectures on "The 
Problem of NstursJ Theolofy snd 
Nstursl CthJcA." This renowned I'^'v of Rome. 



Ontario Physician Develops 
Medicine to Stop Bleeding 
Has Many Uses 

SUDBURY. Ont . June 0 (CP).— 
A clear, colorless fluid which. It ii 
claimed, e ap e iiimma and practical 
uiis«e have shown wlU stop Weedtfn 
from even larffe blood veseels. and 
which aajr have varied uses in both 
flrst-sId snd stjrirlcal oppraUons, 
was announced today by Dr. Lulcl 
Pancaro. floibvy plunMaa ^i rt 
surgeon. 

The haeraoetatle. Dr. Pancaro in- 
sisted. Is a development rather than 
a discovery, and foUoived two yean 
of intrn.sivr work la tbe phyelelaB's 
laboratory here. 

MARKED SUCCESS 
Dr. Pancaro eaperfnenled with 
dow Mid rabblU and used the 
preparation on himself, both exter- 
nally and Intrnially. before apply- 
ing it to any of his patients. Other 
physicians have used the prepara- 
tion and. It Is claimed, nearly al- 
ways wHh narked sucoese. 

« 

The preparation has been dem- 
onstrated before Sudbury doctors in 
the ruierntina room In many 
nni; In ■i|>orial S^pvlMBla ertth 
and rabbits. 

Dr. Paneero said he has used the 
prepATTitlon fwlrp in ca.<ic,s nf pul- 
monary bleeding, where the patlenta 
were sufferers from IMbenuluels He 
does n«t claim tte Tmemoetstlc hu 
yituB. but It stopped 
ary bl*>f>dins 
Df INTERNAI. ( A8ER 
Dr. Panearo saM he has not yet 
lUDerfMed far enough fo prove its 
value definitely in oasee ot Internal 
iietnmoRtaata. 

Hr Pancaro ha.i hern a ph\ >;i( i»n 
and surgeon in Sudbury for .wpral 
years. He w Uie son o* a physician. 
Dr. Sam Pancaro. <d Oalabbrto. It- 
aly, who Mmaeir waa tnterssted in 
researrh and particularly in the 
preparation which the Sudbury doc- 

liiilmi 



MO ¥letarlaBs win 

tMs morning, st 0 o'clock, cb the 

BIh. k Ball fpi i v Iri)f]noii en route 
for «patUe atui P. i t land, to attend 
ttie Cunaduiii Lt'Ki<<n coQVnlleB In 
the roae city, tomorrow. 

The local eonttaffaBt la nude up 
of otflelal and 'tree lance" delegatee 
from Britannia Branch. Navsl Vet- 

(lai)s' Bran'h and Pio Patrla 
Ui.in<;i aiK) tli»-u \*iw> private 

More Uian 400 members of the 
Canadian Ltflan llroM Mslnlanrt 
paints left VUwomor, ysetarday, for 
the ninth annoal convention of the 

British Columbia Provincial Com- 
mand, at Portland It is expected 
the local and Mainland groups will 
meet in Seattle, st 4 o'clock this 
sfternoon. to board a special train, 
Which will carry the ceoaplate Cana 
dlBB delsfalkm to the rose city. 
OFFICIALS PRESENT 

Brigadier General Alex Ross, of 
TorktflB, Bask., and Oanerai sir 
Percy Lake, Vlctorls, Csnadlan 
Legion president snd grand presl 
dent. respecUvely. hsod the Bvttilh 
Columbia delegation. 

The Mainland legionnaires will be 
foUowed today by sixteen uniformed 
Royal Oanadfam Moontad Police 
officers, going to Portland to take 
part in the legion convention and 
the Portland Rose Festival. 

GOVERNOR TO ATTEND 

Among the important figures who 
will attend the parlry is Hon J. W. 
Pordham Johnson. Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor. Although His Honor will not 
leave today, he will arrive in Port- 
land IB time to portldpata In the 
ceremony of the unveiling of the 
Canadian Legion memorial in Mult- 
nninah .Stadium. 

Members of the Provincial Oov- 
emment. Including Hon. O. M. 
Sloan, K.C.. Attomey-Oeneral, will 
be present as representatives of the 
Province. Victoria City will be 
represented by Msyor David Leem- 
Ing and Aldrrmen P. R. BTOWB and 
Dr. J. D. Hunter. 

MAT «mr Of PABAUB 

May Queen Oeorglna Dowdall and 
her four ladle.s-ui-waltuig, Mlsse« 
Bratrlre Ktromkins. Thelma Acker- 
man. Thelms Stratford snd Nancy 
White, will take pert in the Rose 
Festival parade on Thursday. They 
will be riding in a qieclal Victoria 
float, made pos.slbIe through the 
activities of the Portland Csnsdlsn 
Legion Branch The RirLs will be 
accompanied by Oeorgo A. Dyson 
and Mrs oraoe OoavUle. loeal May 
34 Officials. 

Accompanying the local delete 
tion will be two bands Tlie Cana' 
dlan Legion Band, of twenty-six 
pieces, and twenty niombei.s of the 
Canadian Scottish Band will em- 
bark this morning. 

THE PROORAMMI 
The official programme fOT the 
CCQVWttOB follows: 
Today 

ReHslratlea of official and fra- 
ternal delegstes, Multnomah Hotel 
MeeUng of British Coluipbla Pro- 
vincial ExecutlVt COOACU, Mult- 
nomah Hotel. 

Monday 

• aon. — Opening ceremonies, Ca- 
nadian Legton convention st Mu- 

Icipsl Auditorium 

11 a.m. -Registration of official 
and fraternal delegates at MilgUbors 
of Woodcraft Building. 

2 30 p m. Business session at 
'Neighbors of Woodcraft Building. 
Officers' reporta Appointment of 
committees. 

6 p.m.— Official banquet, fihrine 
1\nnp]e. 

•:S0 p.m.— Informal ball at Neigh- 
beva of Woodcraft BuUdlBi. 



Portland 

the first fcuch meetttif fffg in 

the Uuited SUles. 

ooBoaoini paovitbt 

Tt»ey, with thousand* of realdenta 
unci other viiiiiorft, will join in puy- 
ing homage to Queen Beih of the 
mytlU^ kingdom of "Roearla," 

floral pageantry M Ifet ktatl^of 
the annual fete. 

For four daya the festival spec- 
tacle wUl reign and the roee will be 
bcBored and win be earrlad' to trt- 

umphsl pnxesslon 

Taking cognisance of the celebra- 
tion, the United States Oovernmeut 
has seHgnad the VMM. Ban Fran- 
cisco, KMWO-ton heavy enHser. u> 
the Portland Harbor for Liie period 
The San Francisco is the newest 
c omH ssie ned veeesi in tlM navy. 

FLORAL PARADE 
Many cities and cooununlties on 
the West Coast wtu be rspieeeated 
In the flotal parade, Thureday. The 
Pasadena tournament of rosea will 
enter a float for the flrjst time in 
three yc^a. Dozens of cities in 
Wsshlngton snd Oregtm will have 
floral exblbiUi in the colorful pro- 
osa rt o n . A group of Roysl Csns- 
dlan Mounted Police. afTectlonately 
luiown to an adventure-loving world! 
ss "Mountles, " will reach Portland 
tomorrow. Hie detachment of six- 
teen men , aowwHpanytug olBeer, 
their mounts and accoutrements. 
Will be in the city for th« entire 



City and District 



NaBM AadttM*— llie City Coun. . 
has sp[>ulMled the tirtii oi Isinuy. 
Bolaton Ac Holden tu audit Liie books 
of tiie clt) School Board TtM sp- 
pointnK'iu Is made annually. 

PnrcluMs Traea— Ths tender of 
H. A. Davie for the eupply of a one- 
and-a-taalf-ton tnick 



■ ng d i>c.i.cii of the siiorelme Oif 
oander uland. handicapped bgr 
chippy ssas, to iBfastKaU a report 

of 



IttOB of 

Bdward Steele. a«ed aileen year.s 

674 Battery Street, who suHered a 

to the city I head injui% h'liiiav, when t,i', Iji- 
publlo works department was ac-' .uiiided with an sutomobUe 
cept«d at Pridays meetljig of the o„ ciovernment Street, near Belle- 



City Cooncll Tlie price «aa |l.:.'OU 

Parsing Areata — The ('it\ Coaufil 
gave final appro\al on h'ridtn la 
the proposed restricted parking 
aroaa in front of down-town hoUls. 
A spaaa at twenty-flee feet In front 
of OMR hoM win b* Mservoi for 



viUa Street, 
by Hoyal JoMlia 

ties. late last nlghk. Drtver of the 
sutomobils was Mm. W. S. Robin- 
Olarka Stnat. 



Btny COMPTON 
IS GIVEN LEAD 



Board to Mee-t -The BrtlMl 00> 

lumbia likdutttrial Relatloas Board 
will meet here OO' Tuesday, primar- 
Leavcs Ceesadttea-A Id r r :n , n to pass repriatlana under an 

Andr«'w McOavln hsa resignrd f: uni amended Bfooa of Waelt Act, which 
tiie Dominion Day lelrbratlon roin v:o into operation on Thur.sday 

mlttee This leave* the City Coun- '-'>' pi tx laniaiion In the Britiali Co- 
cU with two representatives. Alder- lumbia Gazette. Under the amended 
man T. W. iiawklns and Or. J. D. law. Oriental Anns wiU be obliged 
Hunter. I to keep employment rewvie in Mig- 

- ^ _ li'^h, while the board will be given 

disc :<'ilunary power to apply the 
ic t to most busineases and occupa- 
tions. Tl:s aim of the law Is an 
eight-boor 4*9 and « f oi<y elght- 
hour voik, as before. 



Naughton, former member of the 
Legislature for Comox, and Mi&s 
MacNaughlon weie in the (its yes- 
terday on a brief visit from Up- 
isiand. Dr. MaoMaui^tM ealled on 
members of the 



WUe of F( 



Mayer 
lo 



of New 



LONDON, Jmwff (AF)^WIIh the 

wholehearted approval of her hus- 
band, Betty Cnmpton, wife of the 
former Mayor of New Toilc. will 
start work Monday on a motion 
picture, in which she will be the 
leading lady. 

Hie picture, "The Richest Girl in 
the World," will be produced by the 
Warner Brothers studio at Teddlng- 
ton, with John Osrrick as leading 



NaUve Seip to Meei For the 

purpose of Initiating several ni 

members and dealing with accrued 

buiiness, a mecHnn ol Vi' lorla Post 

No 1. Native .Soils of Brltisli Colum 

bis. will be held tomorrow night, 
at g o'eloek. la the K. «( F. MaU. 



Joint Rchesraal— AU members Of 
the Victoria Mais Choir are re- 
quested to attend a joint rehearsal 

with the Arion Club, at the latter's 
clubroom.s. Oovernnient Street, to- 
morrow, at 7 45 p ni . to prepare a 

programme for the concert in con- 
neelloa wtth tbe Joly 1 oelebimlfcmi. 



While Mlvi Compton has signed 
for only one picture, there wiU be 
others, "if all gOOS WtO," a studio 

ofBcial said. 

The actress declared that her 
husband Ls pleased with her op- 
portunity to appear in a full-length 
fllmlertlwflnl 



SOVIET CRIMINAL 
CODE STIFFENED 



Treason. Espionage and Flight 
Abroad Made PunisiiAble by 
Death U - - 



Fire Zonee— Revision of ths by- 
law defining the various fire sones 
and building standards required 
WRhlh VhoSS 



win be under- 
taken by the fire warden.s a.s a re 
suit of action at FYiday .s meeting 
of the City Council. The by-law. 
Alderman T. W. Hawklaa aald. was 
obsolete. 



HeaUh laaprevlag -r TlM annual 

report of the British Columbia 
Hialth Hianch for la.st year Is now 
off the press of the King a Printer. 
The report reoords substantial bet- 
terments In public health for the 
twelve months endtaig December 31. 
la-st A .steady decrease In British 
Colimibia s death rate &inoc 1913, 
excepting war losses, is an out- 
standing feature of the record. More 



YeOlde 

Heintzman & Co. 




Ex A M I NATIONS 
of ths Aeeodsted 
Board of ths Rayal 

of Music, 
. England. Uk* 
■laee at the Empress 

Hotel this week . . . 

»t\ ociJsioii when only 
tine I'lanos die eccepl 
al)lf , . when Ye (Jldc 
HriUf Hemtznian & 
to instrunsnts «re 
used, becanoe of their 
aterUng qogligf of ffBe 
and action, 



FLETCHER BROS. 



1110 Douglas St. 



(Victoria) Ltd 



than 1,900 

were made in respect to tubercular 

cases, with lesMned death rste from 
that ailment. Much valuable data 
is being given in the statistical re- 
view, prepared under Dr. Henry 
Bssen Yotof for Hon. Dr. O. M. 
Weir, Provincial Seeretary. 



Saaalch BoUdlngs— Mrs L A 

Smithh has taken out a permit in 
Saanlch municipality foi the erec- 
tion of a five-roomed house, st 1024 
Tolmie Avenue. The estimated coet 
of the dwelllnc !■ placed at la^MW. 
D. Donaldson wUI ako taUt a bouse 
on Tolmie Avenue, tbi 
cost being $1,300. 



• AAv— Buslnem session at Neigh 

bors of Woodcraft Building Address 
by Brlg.-Oen. A. Ross. C M O 
D.8.O.. V D., Dominir>n president 
Csnadlan Legion. Address by Col 
W. W. Foster, D.S.O., A.D.C., first 
vloe-presldent. Dominion Command, 
Okaadbm Le^on. 

2:30 p.m. — Bu.slne.<w .wjalon at 
Neighbors of Wood) raft Building. 
t:M pjn.— Formal bai:. 

Wednesday 
0 a.m.— Business session at Neigh- 
bors of Woodoraft Bulldli«. 
11 am.— Bectlea of offloen. 
1:30 p.m.— Memorlsl parsde of 
Csnsdlsn Legion. Multnomah Sts- 
dium, and memorial .vfrvlre at Ceno- 
taph. TTnvellIng of CenoUph by Sir 
Percy Lake of Victoria 

S pjn.— Multnootah Stadium ac- 
tlvHIea. (No bueineM iiwIdb.) 



MOBOOW, June t fAP).— Trea 
son. e.-iplona^e and f1i>;!i; abroad 
are definitely made punishable by 
death in a new section of the crlmi 
nal code prom ul ga t ed by the central 
oonunlttee of the BovleC Union. 

The same section provides that 
adult relatives of military men who 
escaps abroad may be Imprfsened 
from five to ten years If they had 
knowledge of treasonable plans and 
may be exiled to Siberia for five 
years even if Ignorant of such plans 
Civilians and military men alike 
may be executed for treason and 
their property confiscated. In the 
case of civiUsns, if there be mitigat- 
ing circumstances, the punishment 
may be reduced to ten years' Im- 
prisonment. 

Pravda. organ of the centrel com- 
mittee, In dlfteusslng the new law, 

said It wa.s nece.vary to proioi • the 
nation against disloyal citizens. 



woHDPs oospibMnnNo 



Mi.v Mlnnls. of China, will ad- 
dre.s.s a woinen s gospel meeting on 
I'hur.vlay. at Oaklands Gospel Hall, 

at 2:30 pjn. Ilia publle la eerdlally 
Mittod lo ' ' 



Short Wave Club — Hio Victoria 
Short Wave Club, last night, de- 
cided to hold another picnic in the 
near future, st a meeting at the 
home of O F. Howard. Robertson 
Street. Reports of the picnic held 
last Sundsy were encouraging and 
prompted the boldlttf of another 
outing. 

Theosophical Society — The Usual 
weekly public mcetmg of the Vic 
torla Independent Theoeophleal So 
clety will be held at the Jonee 
Building, Pbrt Btmet, on Mondsy 
evening, at 8 o'clock. An sddress 
will be delivered on "The Skandha 
and Personality, ■ and will be fol- 
lowed by open discuMlan. 
are cordially invited. 



MANY AllkNU 
CUIBBANQyEI 

Spencer's Sport and Social 
Organization Holds First 
Annual Meeting 



Gae Pampa— Hie queetkm of 
using sidewalks ss runways for gss- 

(rilne pumps will be investigated by 
the executive of the public works 
department, and a report made to 
the City Council. The city has rec- 
ommended thai nbere gas pomps 
are Installed, no part of the boule- 
vard should be converted into a 
runway for cars to drive onto to 
fill up their tank.s 



Searching for Vessel — Provincial 
Police patrcri boats were continuing 
their search yeeterday for the miss- 
ing American halibut vessel Katalla, 
overdue at Seattle by several weeks, 
with a crew of six men on board, 
on the PJCX. I were msk- 



medloal misstonaiy Is a 



Dr Pancaro I.* 'hlrtv-neven yearn 
old. and a graduate of the Unlver- 
Oniy recently he re- 
* SMBUI^ vbtt lo 



turned 



• a.m.— Buslttess session st Neigh- 
bors of Woodcraft Building 

10 a m —Closing ceremoniee. Meet- 
ing of Britl* OohoRMa p«vbMlal 
executive. 

1:30 am —Flag-raising ceremony 
at United Btatee Pbrt. Vaoeeimr. 
Wash. 

3 p m Grand floral parade, .start- 
ing from Multnomah Stadium. 
9 p m -MMbM PfOilH, WlSam- 

ette River 

TO OPEN WITH FANFARE 

P01tn<AND, Ore.. June • (AP>. 
—The thrilling rhythm of military 
bands snd the aoul stirring beat 
and shrill of drum corps will re- 
sound through the high walls of 
the dtyH itraoli on Monday as 
Portland's feetivsl of rotws open.s 
with a fsnfare snd sj* the Canadian 
Legionnaires of the British Colum- 
bia conunaod Join in their annual 
conventkm. 

Today, thoussnds of flags snd 
oountlCM stresmers of bunting 
rippled In the Spring air as the 
Union Jack and the Stars and 
Stripes i ndnmlMlu la Mm 



Tabs Cars of Your Hair! Tske 
care of your teethi take care ot 
your sklnl do net let go for one 

moment! the harder the struggle 
the grester need has a woman for 
all her armour!— for is .she noi at 
her greatest disadvantage when she 
Is con.scious of looking her worst?— 
and yet how is It poestble for a 
woman to look enythlng eke if her 
face is sU disfigured with superflu- 
ous hslr or ugly moles?— It is not 
possible -call for booklrt .^03 Ssy- 
ward Bidk Phone o 7042 

Men and Women who mav be 
troubled with unsightly moles 
should con.sult Miss Hsnman, who 
not only Is a qualified specialist 
recommended by the asedloal pro- 
fsmloo but haa also had ever 
twenty yaafr ogper t ea B g bi the 
treataaont of tbaee d bfl gui e m enu 
The tresUBMIt is sbeolutely safe 
snd efflcaetooa. Call for booklet 
PboneOTML 801 Bayard Bldf. 

There't a lot of TOtLsfactlon in 
knowing that your desires will be 
carried out when you order from a 
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Spencer's Sport and Soeisl Olub 
held Its first annual meeting snd 
banquet in Spencer's dining-room 
Approxinialely rJ5 members at- 
tended the supper, after which club 
buslnem was trsneanted, with T. 
Roes as chairman. 

Short addresses on the object snd 
benefits of the club were given by 
Mr. Ross and F. Tadman, while Mr 
Wlghtman congratulated the club 
on its activities of the past year. 
Mrs. David Sfmott, Jr.. as guest 
of the evening, preee nla d otrttflcateB 
to all sueoessful memben of the 

first aid class bSM dHTbV the 

Winter months. 

The presidents of the various 
branches gsve reports of their sc- 
tivltles during the past yesr. Miss 
Tadman. Messrs. Harper, Slmpeon, 
Orant, Fields, Harris and Oroom re- 
ported on first aid and home nurs- 
ing, choir, dramatic .society and 
club bulletin, football, tennis, bad- 
minton and bowling, respectively, 
while a financial statement of the 
main club waa glvan by Mr. Oreg- 
son, and a summary of the social 
activities by Mr Cann 

The re.slgnatlon of Mr Gregson 
as treasurer was accepted with re- 
gret, and a vote of thanks extended 
him. 

Offloen for tbe ensuing yesr were 
eleeted ss foUows: -Ronorsry presi- 
dent. J. W ."fencer; honorary vice- 
presidents. Mrs. D .'Spencer Jr . and 
Mr. Wlghtmsn; president. T Ros.s: 
Vice-president. P. Tadman; secre- 
tary, Miss K TMtaMUi. and treas- 
urer, J. Nobla. 

At tl^ conclusion of the club 
[business, members were entertained 
I with a very enjoyable programme, 
featuring such artists as Ml.sses D 
Rut ledge and D. Danlells. snd R. 
Hunt. L Acres and deaver Wilson. 
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SUMMER COURSE 



VwhmnMf of Alberta Arraaglag f er 

nsion Serleii at Baaff 
Daring Asgast 



At least 8.000 visitors fr«Nn British 

Columbia and from other ('nnndlan 

provinces were npected to be laj78 



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nuNK t. aowiu. 

One of the recent arrivals in Vic- 
toria b Mr. nank S. RoweU. now 

SSSOclated with Mr Mason r .9and.s. 
In the Sands Mortuary. Limited Mr. 
Howell has been connected with the 
funeral directing profession all his 
life and was formerly proprietor of 
"The Howell Funeral Hone," m 
N o l eoR . B.C.. which he operated for 
eeveial years. He sold his business 
there and opened the ' Kerriadale 
Funeral Home. ' in Vancouver, dis- 
posing of same a short time sgo. 

He Is s member of the Knights 
of Pythias, KnlfbU of Kberamen. 
the laiUpUw l Oeder of Odd- 
fellows, The Encampment, the Fra- 
ternal Order of Eagles «nd the Ben- 
evolent Protective Order of Elks. 
Mr. Sands is to be congratulsted 
a man like Mr. HoweU 



The department of extension of 
the University of Alberts, through 
the generosity of the Carnegie Trust 
Fuftd. will present Its second in- 
tensive Summer course In the srts 
related to the theatre, including 
folk eong. at Banff. fNai Angost i 
to M, P. A. ■orttate ■anoannii 
yesterday. 

Instruction will be offered In all 
branches of theatric art The 
courses for the general bSckground 
will consist of short historical sur- 
veys of the theatre in all oountrlas 
throughout tbe agaa Bourees and 
kinds of dramatle literature wUl be 

discussed and analyzed Specific In- 
struction will be given in \<Ac9 and 
speech acting rhorlc sjiref ii direc- 
tion, stsgecraft and lighting, plastic, 
costume and make-up. 

Tyro entirely aaw oounee wlO be 
intredaeod tbla year-folk sooi and 
lute dkMO*. and tb«Mc iwp atiss- 

tlon 

Laborat/)ry courses and rohearaal 
periods in the afternoons will enable 
the studente to spply fundamental 
theatrteal prlndptoe to deflntte pro- 
ductlon proMema 

Three teschers from the Ool- 
verslty of New York CoUsge of 
Fine Arta will be included on the 
inatnictiorial staff. They are Roy 
Mitchell. joeelyB Ttflm abd Wsi- 



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OTTAWA. Juno • (OTz-Ontorto 
and Saskatchewan lllltlOili wlU 
delay the prseentatlon of the Gov- 
ernment's $50000 000 relief building 
progTsmme, wlvlch was expected to 
be introduoed in the House ol 
Oonunons next week. The Donln- 
ion did not wieb to be ehai«ed with 
bribing the people with their own 
money In the two hntly-cnnte«ted 
provincial campaigns, and will hold 
back the bill untU after polUnf day 

Another O eee mm e ui MB. 
Ing the Election Act. msy 
next week, snd s rompsnion bill, 
amending Uie Franchise Act There 
has been an air of mystery about 
tbo iheliea MU. Oppoeltkm mem- 
bers being particularly snslous 
sbout It. In view of it.s political im- 
portanee. It probably will be spon- 
sored by Premier R. B. Bennett. 

Dmrtnt tbe past «eek or ten days, 
progien hoe b^n msde In clearing 
the order peper rf contentious legis- 
lation snd alreadv there have hern 
predictions of proroeetlon by the 
end of the month. The vobmdnsus 
Shipping Act, # pages, msy be the 
deciding faetor on wh^n the House 
rir«s. whether it mill b- delaved un- 
til next year, ss euggeeted by Op- 
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Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 




Financial Help Is Needed 
To CoaUnue V.O.N» Work 

Special Appeal to the Public Will Be Made by Tag 
Day Next Saturday — Over Tliiriren Thou- 
•and Visits Paid During |*ai»t Year 



Only thoM who &re closely to 
touch with thr w<'ik of tlir Vlc- 
torlftn Order of Nurses liave any 
eQaotpiton of the Importanca and 
matn|t-.i4e of the mtk vtaleh M 
being mrrlK! on rreiy 6my la all 

|-Mirt.'. >t C.in.uUi hv this splaOdld 

band of women, without whom the 
IWw of many would bt «diw and 

TTinr^ dlfTnilt - * 

The object* of the V.O N. are to 
mtgttr mnn thoroushiy tntoed to 
hoapltal and pubtte health nuriint, 
for the nursing of tb» tkk, the pre- 
ventlc ti i>! rii.M-ase. and the promo- 
tion of iieaiui. Smyoaa, recard- 
le« of raea or vaad. to wtltled to 
Ita servleee. The ordar vaa prim- 
arily toauRurated to assixt the poor 
nnd needy. Rrnl Mirii I rt receive 
flnt consideration and advice. Per- 
wna of modarata maana are next on 
the liat and than the w«U-(o-do. 
for even the wealthy may be so altu- 
at^-d that If Is Inconvenient or even 
impoaslble for them to secure the 
of • friB-ttaw Bona la the 



*^<mDm INAUOfJBATCD 

Tli^ InHUguratlon of the Victorian 
Order of Nurses for Canada. In 1897. 
ivaa tbf o ulo oma of reaolutlons sent 
to tha Oooataaa of Abardaan, than 
prfKldent of the yattona l Oouadl of 
Womrn. from Ihf 1(Xti1 OUUWeBl to 
Vancouver and Halifax, aiddOf that 



a national orgaolzatlon be founded 
aa • i—rM of Hm DIaaMnd Mbi- 

laa of Her Majpstv Quf><^n Victoria 

The following year the first traln- 
lat aaalna «ara MtahUshed wtthln 
the order Itaelf, to enable fradtiate 
numes to obtato the necessary po^t - 
Kiiulu.itr course In dl.strlrt nunsing. 
and later the nurses were able to 
continue their study at the Cana- 
dian unlvaialtlaik ^i^^fi^ aatab- 
llihed eeuraes tn public health 

WORK UF GREAT VALUE 
While statistics may show same- 
tJilng of the work accomplifihed, 
such as the number of visits paid. 
na« patlanta taken on each year 
and facta of such nature, the deeper 
value of the work is beyond estima- 
tion, niul it is only by talking to the 
young mothers, to whom the 
VX>.N. Buraaa have lait Madly aid 
and given of their fund of kaowl- 
edge, that the trua vortH of ouch 
an ijiianlMtInn atfv ba toUr nai- 



Ita addition to actual 

nursing, the V.O.N, nurse Is on the 
alert to seize every opportunity of 
giving instruction In home rlllr^ln^; 

and of teaching home and commun- 
tty hyftana. 8ha alao fhraa laatruc- 

tlon to rxprctant mother*, with fol- 
low-up visits to mother and Iwby in 



the boma. in conununltar ootttrosi 



I and wall -baby cUpka. aa well a« 
rlaasfs in motho'-crall and home 
nursing for the younger glrla. 

Durtog 1933 tba VX>Jf. had busy 
ttanes. and IfJIS vMla vara paid, 
with 1,730 new patlenta talMB on 
during that Ume. Of this total 

there were Ifiil pie natal ( H>e.s, 168 
'teen mt healUi cUi.»,se&, 2i2 weil- 
baby clinks; and 124 complete lay- 
ettes ware MppUad and aaslst- 
anee given, to othai* %lM> ware not 
able to c<«n;ilete their outfits. 

In ( wmection with T.B. follow-up 
work and health instruction in the 
homes. 2^27 vlaita ware paid. 

The kinoiy aaaiatanet at many ox 

the local women'.s orKanlzation.s, and 
the Invaluable a6.si&tance of the Kl- 
wani.s Club of Victoria, together 
with do o atlo n a from regular sub- 
serlbers. and halp from the dty and 

municipality of Oak Bay. has been 
very much appreciated, but fundt. 
are now exceedinglj low. Of the 
total number of eaaaa. over 10.000 
wara of nacaaalty fraa, ao many fam- 
ilies being on relief and. In .some 
cases, where the bread-winner's 
wages have been cut to the limit, 
there Is little left over to pay for 
mnalaff aenrleaa. 

The overhead expwi.ses of the 
V.O.N. office are as low as p<.«»ible, 
though five nurses must be paid. 
There Is rent for tha office, and 
ako tha upkeep of two oan to be 
paid for. 

Next Saturday the V.O.N, will 
make an appeal to the public by 
means of a tag day, and It la hoped 
that a ganerooa reaponaa will be 
made to enable the order to aarry 
on its splendid work. 



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Mis.-^ Myra Galbralth, a bride- 
elect, whose wedding will take place 
at tha first Baptist Church the end 
of Juaa. waa tba giiast of honor at 
a shower and tea yaaterday after- 
noon given by Miss Tressie Gllll- 
land at her home. 1321 John.son 
.■?lreet. who wa.s a.s.si.sled In rereiv- 
ing the guests by her mother. The 
drawlng>rooma were decm-ated with 
mapdnflon and roaaa in white and 
pink. 

The guest of honor and her 
mother. Mrs. Angus Oalbraith, were 
presented with corsaRe bouquets of 
roses and maidenhair fern by little 
Mary Gill, attired in white French 
net trimmed with tiny pink rose- 
buds. She also presented lilsa Oal- 
braith with a aheU-plnk gift con- 
tainer, trimmed with Cecnie Brunner 
rosebud.s. filled to the brim with 
many lovely gifts and surmounted 
with ft bofv of unaa-of-tlM-faliey 
tulle. 

Mrs. Godfrey Smith and Mrs. 
Ftaak Ifawhinaay praaldad at the 

tea table, centred with a cut glass 

bowl of baby pink Rladloll and tall 
pink tapers At the conclu.-iion of 
the t(a. Miss Oalbraith cut the 
bride's cake of fruit Ice cream 
decorated with pink hcart.s. the top 
layer having the words. "Bast 
wlahaa for happinaas.** Iflaa Bleen 
Footer aad tha MlMaB OllUlaad as- 
sisted In serrlnf. 

Tlie invited Rucst^ were: M.rs. 
Angus Cialbraith. Mrs Godfrey 
Smith. Mrs. Frank Mawtuimcy. Mns 
Charles Conyers, Mrs. John Oough. 
Mrs. Janet Barton, Mrs. Harry Car- 
stcns, Mrs. H. McCallum. Mrs. Guy 
Waddlngton, Mrs. W. Hamilton, and 
the Mis-se.s Myra Galbralth. Kath- 
leen John.son. Dorothy MargLson, 
Marjnrle and May Benne. Eileen 
Foster, Nessle and Ina Wallace, 
Eleanor Oropp, Marjorle Peto, Hetty 
Bradahaw. Bsthar aad Olalra Tnrvo^ 
and Marjorla Vtendi. 



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HL'NTER— ANDERSON 

Mrs. O. Knight atmotuieea the 
entagement of her nlaoe, Miss 

Marlon Anderson, daughter of Mr. 
.lames Ancler-^nri and the late Mrs. 
An<ler.son. of Hamilton, Scotland, to 
Mr. David Hunter, .son of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Hunter, 146 St. Lawrence 
Street, VIetorla. Tha weddlnf will 
take place on June 30. 



Pboto«rkph br Savaanah 



This Pboco^nph Was Takta on a Busy Afternoon at the Well-Baby Clinic, Which It Conducted Each Week by Di 
Rkhssd Feltoa sad tbt Viaori^n Oidrr oi Ntu^rs The Little Chap Seoms Interested ia th« Piocasdiafs. While Dt 

1 clton and Miss 1 hornley, V.O.N. Nurse itund By. 



FRAMPTON— CRAWFORD 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Crawford an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
youngest daughter, Margaret Cunie. 
to Mr. Jack Uwin Frampton, only 
son of Mr. and Mr.-^. W. J Framp- 
ton. Maddock Avenue. The wed- 
ding will take plaoa very quktljr on 
June 25. 

MILLABr-OOUGU 
Mr. aad Mrs. A. Oough. or 3733 
Shelbourne Street, announce the 
engagement of their only daughter 
Anne to Mr Archie Miller, eldest 
son of Mrs. A. Miller and tha late 
Mr. Millar, of Taaeoum. the wed 
ding to take phee «ilel|f on 

June 30. 



TENNIS AT ST. ANN S 

In St Ann's tennis tournament, 
played on fHday aftanoea on the 

convent courts, the match between 

pre.^ent and former ptiplls resulted 
In M WiLvin and Edith Walsh, for 
present pupils, defeating Beanor 
Peden and LOIlaa awa auaj , former 

vipilu, with a score of 10-8. 



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Hollywoed L.A. 

An enjoyable time wa.s spent at 
the home of Mrs. A. S. Denny, Cirs- 
cent Road, recently, when a silver 
tea and sale of homa-cooklng was 
hekl tmder tha ausptoea of the 

Hollywood Ladle.s' Aid Mr.s F W 
Urqiihart presided at Uie tea uble. 
assisted by Mrs. Nalsmlth and 
members of the Aid. A brisk trade 
was done at the home-oooklnf and 
miaeeUaneous tables, which wars in 
charge of Mrs. Green and Mrs. 
Turner. During the afternoon the 
guests were entertained by a de- 
lightful programme given by the 
following artlsU: Vocal aoloa, Mrs. 
Mlnnls and Miss M. Bradford: 

piano solos, Ml.s.s Mary Olcnden 
nlng; duet Hilda Kvie and Freda 
Natnuut; 'cello sr.lo. Nancy Kyle and 
readings by Mrs Garrett. Tha pro- 
oaada are being utmead for tiia an- 
nual picnic for the children of the 
Sunday school. This will take place 
on .Saturday, June 23. at Mount 
Douglas Park. Tally-ho's will leave 
the Sunday school, Wildwood Ave- 
nue, at 1 pjn. Paranta aad friends 
are cordlaUjr lavllad. 

St CelamkaM Va. * 

A dellphtful time wa.s .spent re- 
cently at the home of Hcv and 
Mrs. F. Comley, Royal Onk, when a 
garden party was held for the bene- 
fit of 0t. Oolumba's Ohureh, Straw- 
berry Vale. The (rnrden was boauti- 
ful with a prolu-sion of flowers and 
stalls were arranged for the con- 
venience of the vlsttors. These were 
in charge of memben of tha Wom- 
en's Auxiliary and were speedily 
sold out. On the lawn, clock golf 
provided entertainment and was in 
Charge of Mr. Chalmers and Mr. 
Daaaa-Oos. Priaa wiaaers for this 
were: Low score, Mrs. Mead-Rob- 
blns and Mr. Deane-Cox. and con- 
solation. Mrs. Ptahora aad Mr. 
Topp- Turner. 

• • • 

Lodge Primrose 

Lodge Primrose No. 32, Daughters 
of Bxgland, held ita regular buainass 

meeting on Friday In the Sons of 
England Hall. The wortliy presi- 
dent, Mrs. Kendall, presided. Elec- 
tion of ofBeeis took iMaoa and the 
worthy DP., Mra. Swaa. iaatalled 
the elected oflBcers as follows: 
Treasurer, .Mi.s. We.st; recording .sec- 
retary, Mrs. i3tei>hen.H<^m. and pianist, 
Mrs. Tlppett The bed jacket was 
won by Mrs. chappell. A card party 
wUl be held at the home of Mrs. 
Baron. Empress Avenue, on Tliwrs- 
day evening, with choir practice on 
Tuesday at Mra. Langley's home. 
Drill practice will ba held tomorrow, 
at a pja. 

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Royal flak W.A. 

The W A. of St MMmCI's held 
lU last meeting of the season at 
the home of Mrs. W. Quick. Good 
reports were read by tha varloua 
seeretarlaa. The treasurer atated 
that all funds were getting low. 
Through the kindnew of Mrs. C. 
Oldfleld. a Mhe: tea has be«»n ar- 
ranged at Norfolk Lodge, on Tues- 
day. Juaa M. There wtU be fancy- 
work and home oooklag atalla and 
other attractions. PUrther daUils 
will be given later At the close 
of the meeting. Mrv Quick, a.sslsted 
bf Mrs. Young, served tea. and the 
praaldant asked that a hearty vou 
of tbaaks be gtvea Mia. 



en's Canadian Club wtH be held at 

the Empress Hotel on Tuesday 
aftcrnooi; at 2:30 o'clcx;k. Mrs. Al- 
fred Carmichael. the president, who 
has returned from Toronto, where 
she attended the oonfareaoe of Ca- 
nadian Clubs, will give her impres- 
sions of the meetings. Miss Dor- 
othy Par.sons will be the soloist 
Annual reports will be read and 
the election of officers will take 
plaoc. Members are reminded that 
they must have their new member- 
ship tU'kets With then to mUtic 

them to vole. 

• • • 

Annual Tea 

The Cathedral business women's 
branch of the Women's Auxiliary 
held ita annual tea at the deanery 
yesterday afternoon, whei) a large 
gathering enjoyed tea in the gar- 
den. The fancywork stall was in 
charge of Mrs. P. Laughlln aad the 
home cooking table was auperviaed 
by Mrs. J. Stillell and Ml.ss M. 
Burtholme. Afternoon tea was 
under the convenershlp of Miss Ali- 
son Chrow, asslsled by Mrs. E. 
Brookes. Miss L. Bmmptoft, Miss K. 
MeXiura aad Miss m. chrow. 

• • * 
St Aldan's Oalld 

The Ladles' OuUd of St. Aldan's 
Church, Mount TOhnle, will hold a 
garden party at the home nf Mr.^ 
George Haley, "Island View, " Fern- 
dale Road, Gordon Head, on Wed- 
nesday. During the afternoon, tea, 
strawberrlea. eream and Ice cream 
will be .served. There will alao be 
tables of home cooking and vege- 
tables .'-'.ippcr will be served at 6 
pjn. Evening entertainment arill be 
proTlded. AU tateiealed frteada are 
ooKUally iavited. 

Columbia W.A. 

The monthly meeting of the Dio- 
cesan Board of Columbia W.A. will 
be held at Gangea HartMir, Salt- 
spring Island, on Wednesday, and 
members are rnniiKled that th/? bus 
will leave the Vancouver Island 
Coach Lines Depot at 9 a m Tick- 
eta must be purchased by Tuesday. 
Those taking the ferqr only are 
n'k-xl to secure fhelr tlck'^ts from 
the depot In Victoria to insure 

aoooBunodation from swarta Bay. 

• • • 

Women of the Moo^e 

The regular busme.ss meeting of 
the VIetorla Chapter No. 35, Women 
of the Meeae, will be baM la the 



St Ana's Hall tomorrow erenlng at 
8 o'clock, when the election of of- 
ficers win take place. The drill cap- 
lain, Mrs. Jean Lumley, recjuests 
that the drill team be present in 
uniform to Uke part in the initia- 
tion of eandldataa. All mamben 

are asked to be present. 

• • • 

Colfax I>odge 

The regular meeting of the Col- 
fax Hebekali Lodge No. 1. I O.O.F., 

Will be held in the AX^J*. Hall. Cor- 
morant Street on Tuesday at 7:30 

p ni Di.^tlnifiiislicd vLMtors will at- 
tend and ail Hebeltahs are a.sked to 
be present. A jouit committee from' 
Colfax No. 1 and Came Lodge No.' 
4B haa arranged for daaeing aad re- 
freshmenta to leUaw Uie buataess 
session. 

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Annual Meeting 

The annual meeting of the As- 
sociation of St Ann's Pormer Pu- 
pils wiU be held la the recreation 
room of St. Ann's Aeadsmy. on 
Tuesday, at t p.m. Reports for 
the year and the election of offi- 
cers will take place. All members 
are asked to attend, and all former 
pupils are cordially invited to mem - 
bersh^ la the aaaodattoa. 

■ • • 
Daaghtan ef Baglani 

Princess Alexandra Lodce. Daugh- 
ters of EIngland. held Us me<'ting 
In the .SOK. Hall. Mrs Ci. Cavell 
presiding. A court whist drive for 
the Joint lodges will be held st the 
home of Mrs. Baron, on Thuraday, 
at 7:30 pm., at 1090 Empren Av- 
enue Rcservatlorvs may be made 
by telephoning E8019. The next 
meeting wm ba held on Jnae SI. 

• • • 
Daaghtera of St. George 

Members of Victoria Lodge No. 83, 
Daughters of St George, wishing to 
go on the picnic trip to Seattle, on 
Saturday, are asked to telephone 
Mrs. K. Oalger. Garden 3950, or 
Mrs. L. Porter, E mplre 3160. not 
later than Wednesday morning, as 
no further reservations can be made 
after that day. 

• • • 
Daeghtsrs af Bt George 

Members of Victoria Lodge No 83. 
Daughters of St George, are a.'ked 
to not<- that the card party will be 
held at the home of Mrs. O. W. 
Rowebottom. 1950 Oranite Street, 
Oak Bay, nest Thursday, at I pjn., 
and not at the number gtvea pre- 
viously. 

I . . • 

Jnhilee .Tunlor W.A. 
I l lie annual nv^et.ng of the Junior 
I Woman's Auxiliary to the Jubilee 
j Hospital will be held tomorrow 
I afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, in the 
Dr. T. W. Walker 



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pniiripira will guarante* all-Summer lovellDMa Maplt* InduJaaooa la fflrtlwi 
sportn and party nithta. Hava a Harper Hwtal teSar lo protMt taaMrMv*a 

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The Victoria Wonen'a Conserva- 
tive AsaocUtlon wUl hold their next 
regular bui^lneiw meetlnR on Thurs- 
day at 8 o'clock. At 8 30 MlM Jean- 
ette A Oann. head of tflV English 
Department ol Vktocla CoOoga. haa 
kindly consented to give a talk on 
some quest tons concerning "World 
Peace." It is felt that members of 
all organliatlona, whether political 
or otherwlaa. would be Intereatad In 
thla Bubjaet. eepaclally at tMa ttaie. 
The meetlnn will be thrown open 
to the public at 8.30 p.m. Anyone 
■< i.<aun(r to attMMl «BI be eeKUaOy 
welcomed 



Clab 
ef the 



Returns From Convention 



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MRS ADA M BROWN 
of Miriain Troiplc, Dsagbtcn of the Nilr. U'hn Rnurnrd to the City 
Afttnteoo After Attnidiaf. as Drtcgjt* for th« 1 rxjl TcmpU. the 
ef lbs paijgiwi g ^rh»J|lik. Hdd m Um ~ 



win be the guest speaker and elec- 
tion of offloara for the forthooailng 
year iHB take plaoa. 

• • • 

Seamen's InaiHate 

Victoria Connaught Seamen's In- 
stitute will meet for tha last time 
until after the Summer hoUdaya on 
Thuraday i^ternoon at 2:45 o'clock 
In the rooms of the Inatltute, Supe- 
rior street All BMaSWi an In- 
vited to attend 

• • • 
KiHMt Ladles' Aid 

Knox Presbyterian Ladlea' Aid 
will held a garden party at the 
home of Rev. J. 8. and Mra. Pat- 
tei<:)n. 878 Esqulmalt Road, on 
Wednesday, at 2 30 p.m. There will 
be afternoon tea. home coeklag and 
"touch and Uke " taUaa. 

• • • 
CathoUe Jmion 

The junior suh-divlslon of the 
Catholic Women's League will hold 
the June meetinR tomorrow night, 
in the parish hall All members 
and prospective members are invited 

f • • 
Jabllee AhnMiae 

The regular quarterly meethiR of 

the Jubilee Alumnae will be held 

toiiiorKJW at B p ni at the Nurses' 

Home. A full attendance of raem- 

bera la ra<pMBtad. 

St. lalui'a WjL 
A builneaB aaeetkig of St. John s 

WJt. wUl be held, on Tueeday, at 

2:30 p.m . In the Oulld Rf>om. Mason 
Street. All members are asked to 



Store YoBr Furniture 




Boaineaa Clab 

The Business aiwl Professional 
Woman'a CMS vlU meet at head- 
quartera, loigw nlgtU, at 8 

o'clock. 

• « • 



HERO SPRAY 

aiNO or INSKCTICIOKS 

Pints, regulsr 50c. Specisl, 43f 
VJ-gallon. regular $1^5. Special 

for _ Sl.lS 

1 gallon, regular $2jOSi Special 
for — ____S1.T» 
Kero-Spray ia the best combina- 
tion spray en the market, con- 
tains Arsenate of Lead, White 
Hellebore. Whale Oil Soap, 
Kerosene. Black Leaf "40" and 
emuUifyifiR inKrrrlirnn 

VANCOUVER DRUG 

< 'I Mr < N T I I Ml 1 > 



Court Maple I^af A O F will hold 
its regular meeting tomorrow, at 8 
pm., when nomiaMleaB for effioers 

will be received 

• • • 

At. Mary's Hentor W.A. 

The regular meeting of 13t. Mary's 
Senior WA. wlU be held on Thurs- 
day 

al SJS 

• • • 

V.O.N. Meeting 

The monthly meeting of the Vic- 
torian Order of Nursex will be held 

m Tueadajr, at a;M pjn., at OO 



JVBILBB BOSnTAL DI7BS 



were raeelved yesterday for 
the MOae Boopltal W A from the 
foUowIng: Mra. Vaughan RoberU. 
Mr% J C. Dunb«r. Mrs. 8. J. Curry. 
Mra. B. Pegh. Mra. Jataa A. Oraat, 
MM. A D. WIlMMw, Mra. 9. L. 
Crimp. Mrs P H Leemlna. Mra T. 
W Walker Mrs J P I>lll. Mrs 
Walt'-r Ws'ke- H: Mrs J K 

Palater. Sr^Mra. J. ft Rome. Miss 



FRBI With BTOTy 

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FURNITURE 
COMPANY 
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Mulrhead. Miss C L. Ooodeve, 
L. O. TalUuay. Mra, H. & BldewodA 
Mra. W. I» Melaterii. MTa. Mae- 

Haflle, Mra. W B Paul. Mrs L 
Speneer, Mrs. D D Mulr. Miss L. 
Angua. Mrs L. E. Pierce. Mrs. A. 

P. O. MarOachan aad Mlaa 



A meal 

spent recently at the home of Mrs. 
Rita Smith, liae Tataa Street, m 
thf form of a silver tea. Thoae 
pr'A^ni were Mrs Halnea. Miss 
Haael Halnea, Mrs. McDowaM, Mrs. 
Lyoaa. Mi& Baal. Mra. Mflef . 
Mra. Dodda. IfM. WlOtam Carter. 
Mra. M H. Barry, Mn. P. Carter. 
Mr!> Bmllh Mrs. Hammond. Mrs. 
Mia. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VTCTORU, B.C., SUNDAY. JUNK 10, 1934 



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Social Activities and Notes of Personal Interest 




Reception at Crystal 
, Garden Most Enjoyable ^ 




To Preside at Assembly 



the valley 



Mai^m Mary Brarlial ami Mr. J:<lf];ar Sptr- 
•hutt Married Lant Kv t iling at St. John*t 
Church — Beautiful DecoratloiM 




ten 



il pMtd shadM irm «ffM- 

in till- rtfcuratlon of St. 
I's Church laal evening: for the 
marnaRe of Margaret Maiv only 
dMigbter of Mr. MMl Mn. A. 

Bw<Mi»> 4ai wmiMn mtmt, m»t 

Mr. Wtillcr Uftf SpmhoU. only 
«r Mr. »nd Mn. F. Spmhott, 

Rom- Strtet. 

Waif, Canon Chadwick performed 
IM earenony at • o'clock ta the 
of a large congregation, 



Ml (t J^IllllIlB^ Bunieu piavi-(l 
tiM wedding marches, and accom- 
panM Mta. Aiarles Hunt, who 
•anff 1 Loiv* You Tnajr." aa Um 
regleter waa b^ng algnad. 

ATTRACTrm BBIDE 

Tb» bride. vtM waa given la mar- 
riage toy her tettwr, loahad moot 

attiartivr in bar lovely wedding 

Rown of Ivory satin The sllm- 
nituiK bcxiicf wa. fiishloned with 
long buttoii-truniiied sleeves, and 
the aklrt flared gradually to aiiKii 
length. Bar veil of embroidered 



The Plume Shop 

Famous for Stifle, Quidily and Vdim 
747 YatM •Itrwt . PImm Bmpira 5«2l 



Tomorrow, June 1 1 

U Jait 21 Viari Sim* it Started 

Buainoaa in Victoria, and we are going to celebrate by 
offering high-grade Women's Apparel at a priM that's 
only posaiblc during an event like thia. 

White Swagger Suits 

You Know What You Hav« to 
Pay for Tham Ordinarily 

White Icad.s the fashion parade 
this Sitinmer. The coats are \onff 
cnougii tu wear separately over 
fhittcry Sammer S^llc Dresses. 

Maia Floor 
• 

ViMtiei GolHt Dretsei 

At tht Bargain Baiaratnt 

Wait till you see the washable 

sports rrcprs; you'll want U) buy 
one in white and one in every 
pastel color. 

Simtr Wkiie Large ^nmmU Hits 




YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US 

We WiU Charge Any Garment, and You Can Pay 
Us hy the Week or Month 



She had four attendants, the 
Krooni'A Mhter, Mrs O Eacott, of' 
Calgary, being matran oC boaor. in 
a frock «f pat* lit SNps aad a 
white hat. who eanlsi aa ana bau- 
quet of roaea and earaattens. Hie 

hVlde.Mnalds nere Miss Beatrice 
Carlos. In a iharnilng frock of pink 
organza and Mins Emily Spershott. 
In paie green. Their dreoaea were 
f aahtOBSd aUka with flounoed 
aad daap friUad abouldar egpai. 
and they wore large whlta straw 

hats tunu'd up at the back with 
while .satin lj<.)v.s. lat-e mittens, and 
carried bouqucis of sweet peaa and 
rosea. The groom's niece, little 
Shirley Eacott, was a dainty flower 
girl laafriUr IrookflCplakoBfaBdy 
made with eapelst daaves, who wen 
H wreath of roeebuds In her hair 
und (arrled a colonial i:to«y of 
^Ixpd flowtr* 

Mr. Victor Brarhttt, brother of 
the bride, was best man, and the 

uah«ri ware Mr. BnasI Brafihat 
and Mr. Herbert Hyaa. 

RECEPTION FOLLOWS 

Aftar the samea, a rsosptkn waa 
held in the baaqostlBf hall al the 

Crystal Garden, whsrs pakns and 

a lovely mixture of Summer Ikxwere 
were arranged, the supper table be- 
ing centred with a four-tiered cake, 
surmounted with a vase of sweet 
heart roaaa. and Hanked with vaaee 
filled wtth awaal paoa and aama- 
tioa^. For the occasion, Mrs 
Brachat wore a smart robe of navy 
blue silk crepe made with a yoke 
and long sleeves of blue lace over 
shell pink lace, and a navy blue 
flower triauMd hak and Mrs. Sper- 
shott, Br, waa hi a gown at flgurad 
brown chiffon and hat en suite, and 
they both wore ooraage bouqueta of 
ro«e8 and .sweet peas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Spershott left at 
midnight for a honeymoon trip to 
Calgary, tha brlda travaUng in a 
swagger suit al aaadtaai Mua sad 
hat to match, and navy blue accee- 
sorles, and on their return will 
make their home In Victoria. 

Among the many beautiful gifts 
received bjr the popular young 
coupia won a tmy of flat sUvar 
from the Vtolorte Phoenis Brewing 
Company and the Silver Spring 
Brewery, of which the bride had 
bf<'ii a nipinbcr of the staff; a sil- 
ver tea service from the engineers 
on the 8s. Princess Charlotte, and 
an alaetzlo mantel okKk Iran the 
orew, at whleh tha grsom Is a mem- 
ber. 

Among the guests at the wedding 
were Mr. and Mrs. O. E>arott and 
their daughter, Shirley, of Calgary; 
Mr. and Mrs. B. Zhnmermaa. MT. 
and Mra. H. Dou|kM> of Vanoouver; 
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Xaas, of Port 
Angeles, and Mr. aili MIS. B. H. 
Ulrlch. of Seattle. 



MRS. W. D. Todd, prtiidtnt of the Rcbck*h Awtmbly of British 
Columbii. who will pr»?idf over the twenty-sixth annual gathering ol 
an auxiliary branch of the l.O.O i ., meeting here in conjunction with ihc 
Diamon d Jsk^** sessions of Grand l odge. I'hc Rcbckah Assembly is Khrd- 
ulcd to cemstcact at 9 o'clock, on Tucidsy morning, in the Shrine Audi- 
torium. A degree SMttiag is to be held on Monday evening, in the I.O.O.F. 
Hall, on Doaglas Strtet. Mis. Todd is a aativc dsugbcer of Victoria, aad 
was bom on May 24. She was initiated into the Rcbekahs scveatcea yews 
■age, sad the will be the firtt president in British Celambia of the AssmMy 
to preside ovtr sessions in a president's native city. 



FauHeld Choir 
T6 Hold Social 



■4INT MASINO 



A ShMVaMB OSBM at a newspaper 

man thIa way: "You editors do not 

tell the truth. If you did you could 
not live; your newspaper would be 
a failure The editor replied: "You 
are right, axKl the minister who will 



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at all times and under all circum- 
stances tx-ll the truth about his 
member.s, alive or dead, will not oc- 
cupy the pulput more than one 
Sunday, and then he will find It 
necessary to leave town In a hurry. 
The press and pulpit go hand in 
hand with whltawaah bruslws and 
ploaaant words, BMgnlfylng little 
virtues Into big ones. The pulpit, 
the pen and the gravestorie are the 
gneat saint- making triumvirate" 
I And the editor turned to hl.s work 
and told of the vm.suri)!\.^«siiiK beauty 
of the bride, while in fact she was 
aa honrty sa a amd t 



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stock or children. 

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. . off Course It's True 

W» ar* rnii'iniinllT atked If thif Is 
■ «nofl time to buy fur cnftt*. 
Of ,our»» It Is. simply twrmi^f 
pricrs are now lower than Uiey will 
In tht rail. Um assortment \t 
i*rt*. aaa tae seats art freshly 
inidr frost frcah-eaeettt sklna. 
Nn nred t« pay for ths coat you 
■'i^n no*: simply pay a tfopoatt 
• I «r icMp the coal for yov natU 
' f kU Drop In: ••• wttat wo 
<n offer you: It will amass yea. 

rosTsa's nta aioas 



A atrawberrF aoelal will be held 
on Wednesday afternoon at the 
home of Mr.s. E. Woodward, 1587 
Fairfield Road, under the aiuplces 
of the Fairfield XJBlled Ohuroh 
Choir, fitrawberriea tai ggsam will 
be served with tea and esks. Tickets 
may be obtained in the grounds 
from Mrs. Butler on the day of the 
party. Tliara wlU be aa los eraam 
and candy atall. alao gamea, quolta, 
bean-board and other gamaa. niere 
wUl be teacup rsadlat 1^ Mia. A. W. 
Semple. 

During tha afternoon and evening 
there will be a vmrlad prograaune, 

consisting of dancing. Instrumental 
and vocal numbers. Tt» artlsti 
taking part are as foUovrs: Sonia 
Slavlna ,<\nd her pupils. Mrs. P. J. 
Shanks, vocal solos; Mlsa Kyle, 
'oeilo numbers; Mrs. A. W. Bemple. 

rocltatlorLs; Mr Oeoifa Oujr, VOOal 
sokvs: Mr. A. W. Trevttt. VOCal solos, 
and Mr. Alex. Warren, tnmipet 
solo. The aoeonpanlats will be Miss 
I. Pike, Mr. Brie Bdwerds and Mr. 
Cyril C. Warren. 




Empire 7155 

EXPERT MHoi; KM'MMvti 



NEATEILEtt PEHMIUIt 

96.00, $0.50 md 08. 

FIRTH BROTHERS 



635 Fort Street 




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ROYAL OAK 
There were thirteen tables in play 
at the fortnightly canl game of the 
Royal Oak Woaisa's ' Institute, 
which took the form of a straw- 
berry treat, with the executive act- 
ing as hostesses. Prizes were won 
by Mrs. Baai and Mr. Bates, first; 
Mrs. Orlwvoa and Mr. Renouf, sec- 
ond, and Mrs. Jefferson and Mr. 
Osgood, convjlation. A hard-times 
dance wUl be held In the hsOl on 
Filday. 



BSWMAIff 

The Eitqulnuilt W.I. will meet, on 
Tuesday, at 7:46 pm.. In the Parish 
HhII All members are asked to at- 
tend, as final plana will be made 
for the 



Kitty McKay 



i DUNCAN'S 1 

GINGER ALE 

i 7 Doz fPLiTf Delivered for \l 
\ No Charge FOR BOTTLEJ Phone G 1169 \\ 





Social and Personal Notes 



Party for Bride -to -Be 

Mrs. JoeetMi T. Ross entertained 
yesterday afternoon, at her home on 
Cook Street, at a delightful tea and 

miscellaneous Shower to compliment 
Miss Kathleen Bone, a June bride-to- 
be. Roses and snapdragon.s were u.<iod 
In profusion in the decoration of the 
reception rooms, and the tea table 
was effeetlrely arranged with a 
oentrapleoe at sweet peas shading 
from mauve to deep purple, and 
yellow daijsles shading to orange 
Mrs. A. L. Bone presided at the tea 
table, and was a.t.sisted by Mrs. J. E. 
Sinclair, Miss Marlon McMicklng 
and Mlsa una Robertson. Ififes Bone 
was the recipient of many lovely 
gifts, which were delivered in a 
decorated box, gay with silver hp«rts 
and ribbons. A lovely corsage of 
rosebuds and orange blossom.t was 
also pcesented to the guest of honor. 
Mis. Ross' guesu InehiAad: Mrs. A. 
L. Bone, Mrs. Douglas Born, Mrs. 
R. A. Semple. Mra. T. UddeU, Mrs. 
A. E McMicklng, Mrs. Walter 
Luney, Mrs W. E. Gardiner, Mrs. 
Nelson Hicks. Mr.s. Neil M. Mc- 
Neill, Mrs. J. B. Speck. Mrs. 
J. R. Clark, Mrs. W. R. Clark. 
Mrs. J. R. Llnea, Mlasea Kathlaaa 
Bone. Shaw, Una Robertson, Norma 
Porter. Kitty Dawes. Marlon Mc- 
Micklng, Gwendoline Dorman, Nan 

Eve, GwendollnS WktUag and Misses J. Pearson, M. Johruton. E 
Helen Crawford. Minston. H. Yeomans. A. J. Oad 

* * • dans, D. Chambers, B. Boyea, L. 

Tanner. M. JUbb, X. Milne, W. Mc- 
Adams, I. McAdams, C. Bradford 
and D. iharet 

» * . 
Make Presentation 

A delegation cotnpoi^ed of Mr C 
W. Tubbs. president; Mr W J 
Knott, vice-president, and Mr. W. 
C. Cave, ssersUry, of the PMsralsd 
Association of Latter Carriers. 
Branch No. 11, called at tha home 
of Mr and Mrs. T. R. Douglas, 
Whittier Avenue, and presented 
them with a beautiful chiming 
dock, which was engraved. Tha 
prea en U tt oB waa aMMto on behalf 
of the poatmaster and staff of the 
poetoffloe. Prince Albert, Sask. Mr. 
Douglas was an esteemed eiiiplmef 
of the poetofSce at Prince Albert 
for many years, and has recently 
been eupenmnuatad and Is now re- 
sidhif tai thIa dty. Mr.Tuhksmads 
the preaentatlon and wlshad Mr 
aiul Mrs. Douglas many years at 
Hurprfaa PaKy happlaass In their new hem. 

" SS'S^aSL W*^-*"* AnnJve.;.,,' 

wwe mtmamor ww givwi m wwi ^ surprl.w party waa held on Frl 



In honor of Miss M ai f sr e t Singer, 

!, marriage to Mr. Rol)ert Wat- 
son takes place this month. MUs 
Elsie Dtmcan held a kitchen shower 
at the home of Mrs. W. J. Singer, 
953 doferdsle Aisam. The rooau 
were prettily arranged In white aad 
blue, and the flowers were del- 
phlnium.s, cam it inns and roses The 
gifts were concealed In a Urge deco- 
rated bonbon. A very pleasant eve- 
ning was spent, and refreshments 
ire served. Invited guests 

were Mesdames W. 8h«er, J. Meah- 
er, A. Duncan, J. Duncan. A. Jaasl- 
man. A. Reld, W Flight, M Blan- 
shard, M. Lindley. N Claire. M 
Williams, 8. Barr, J Barr, H. Hark- 
nett, and Misses A. Bliwer. W. 
Brown. J. Duaean, N. Mrguson, B. 
Pye, A. Jesslman, C. Jeaslman, M. 
Westgate, N. PHght, P. Plight and 
B. Pye. 

... 



Mr. and Mrs. M. Richmond, Mr. 
and Mrs. P. Bartholomew, Dr. and 
Mrs. T. H. Johns, Dr. and Mrs. N. 
Oeoki Dr. and Mrs. E. L. McNlven, 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whlttaker, 
Mr. and Mrs. Fraser Lister. Mls.s 
Bessie Ncal. Mrs. Howard Tyrrell, 
MLss Marion TjTrell, Miss Pamela 
Charlewood. Miss Isobel Hedky, 
Miss Mary Walker, Miss Betty 
Campbell. Ml.s« Peggy McBrayne, 
Ml&s Janet Gray, Mes-srs. H. L. Rob- 
inson, C. Smurthwalte, A Mac- 
Pherson, Howard Tyrrell, RolatMl 
Booth, Maleeka Mora, and tables 
were also reser v ed by Mr. W. R. 
Clark for four. Mr. Pickering for 

two, and Mr. G OrimakM. 
• • • 

MlKceilaneona Shower 

In honor of Miss Doris Johnston, 
a Jime bnde-to-be. Mrs. T. Kay 
entertained with a mlsoellanoous 
shower reoently at her home on 
Lutte Bti e e t. a shower of gaily deco- 
rated itreamers was effectively used 
acnxss the room to form a rainbow, 
and the many gifts were concealed 
In a large golden basket, decorated 
with a miniature bride and groom. 
The Invited guesta were Mssdsmss 
J. HoiHrtti. D. B. Johnatoo. R. Xn- 
deaa. J. Oraat. B. Charlton. H. Cross, 
A. C. Boyce. W. Erick-son, T. Kay 
O. McAdani.s. E. Pearbon. T. Young, 




To Be Beautiful the Gown Need 
NOT Be Expensive ! 



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DOUOLAa 8T. 
SMH 



The gown simply must be beautiful . . . 
of course! . . . but in these trying times 
it must ba Inexpensive, too. You'll ftad 
the happy combination at Mallek'a ... 
eowns most raviahingly beautiful ... 
Mwas, natt, orfandias, organsas ... up 

to the very minute in style . . . but not 
the least bit costly. (Our Budget Plan 
•nsMad you, if you vish, to pay la 

Veijs Expertly Arraagad When 
FurclMiini Htra 



For Bride or 
BridMmaid 



Froiii 



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The Urt^ 
sketdiy frtend Tiee, In 

parlanrr, turned columnist at 
ievt judging from the aoMHmt of 
p::>al columa griNMM If IMF new 
baUUat sbM. 



1 



Jeanetle Kiaslnger was fl' 

home of Mr W .Hfenton, McKenzle 
Street, on Friday evening. Dancing 
was enjoyed and bridge was played 
by a few. Supper was served, buf- 
fet style, at midnight, after whleh 
the guests danced untU 1:10 ajn.. 
when the party came to a happy 
end. The guests were Mis f s .iran- 
ette Kissinger, X. Kissinger. K. Mar- 
tin. P. Walsh. B. Tngle. U. OarUn. 
Marie Tnadri. M. aperrow. A. Mar- 
tin, N. Olfsm. p. Chlsohn, M. Mc- 
rv»nald, H. Stevens, I. Gibson, A. 
Bantly. Amelia Bantly. Me*sr.i W. 
Stenton, P. Trudel. H. Steven.*!. J 
HIekey, O. OUalll. D. Lea. "Pat 
Rebmson (Port Renfrew), 8. Oaunt. 
K. Mason J KLvlnger. A Crawford. 
J LAnlgan. A. Heater, D. Hunt, R. 
McMVte. O. Ollfl and ■. WUtOf. 

• 00 

**A*rtIower aagiMk|t the home 

of Mrs. A. DaoBMB; mo Carey 
Road, recently, in honor of her 
sister. Miss Doily Devlin, of Na- 
nalmo. whose marriage will take 
plaoe abofUy. The room waa deoo- 
ratei la eslsn e( pink aad Mae. liM 
gifts were eaaasalsi la a puaaoL 
decorated In plak and Une. A buffet 

supper was served, a hen MKs E 
Morris and Mr^ a Hami xvLsled 
the hoatess The gu/<.'^is were 
Petticraw, O. Russell, 
D. Taylsr, A. Conway. P. 
O. Stewart. A. 
nd P. watara 



I day evening in honor of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Pearae, 146 Langford Street, 
on the oeeaaion of the twenty«(lfth 

anniversary of their wedding. Court 
whL^t wa-s played, the winners being 
Mn w che.-ilyn, Mrs. Hutchison, 
Mr. u. Pearca and Mr. R. Pearoe 
A mock wedding, faney danehig and 

miwlr were enjoyed. "Hie Invited 
guc*t« were Mr and Mrs. O Silk. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Dunlop. Mr and 
Mrs. Gharlea Hutchison. Mr. and 
Mrs. ■aoper. Mr. aad Mrs. R Pearoe, 
MMdames W. Chealyn. M. WlUmott. 
Jones. A. Reatall, O. Hutchison. F 
Reeve, P. Rowe, P. Pearre. Ml.s.v.s 
A. Pearoe. O. Pearoe, Bnma Mutch, 

Stewart. 

o • • 



At X mp u se Mapper Dai 

The BmpreM Hotel «iipper dances 
continue to draw a jolly crowd of 
dancers on Saturday evenlng» 



and |(iar 

rsrel A 



Mrs. Ifen Praser and Mrs W R. 
Dalloway were Joint hOSteasen at a 
surprise party, at ItH Park Lane, 
on Thur.<iday, In bflMT of Mlas 
NaUle Wlae, whoee marriage will 
take pisae Aertly. To the strains 
of weddlat anMie, played by Mies 
M. Ruffen. the bride was eaeorted 

into the #«:>om and presented with 
a bouquet by Mrs Jame.^ The gifts 
were concealed In a ptnit and white 
bon-bon. Games were enjoyed, and 
a buffet supper served during the 
The invtlsd gassis were 
A. Stewart. A. Kaowies, 
B. Wise, M Kelly. L Orimer. A. 
MOffatt. M. Trtpp. M Wallace. C. 
Sneddon. Brown, M Nichol. Wll- 
ll am aa n , 
Mlsa 

« 

rden Party 

weU 



held yesterday afternoon at the 
home of Mr. and Mka. O. H. Walton. 
Rlehmond Avenue, la aid of the 

funds of St. Ltlke'S Chureh. Straw- 
berries and ice cream were o.d hy 
the A.YP.A. and candy by Mrs. H. 
T. Goodland. Housle-housle waa In 
charge of the St Luke'a Soouts, and 
fkmers. vegetables, home cooking 
and tea were convened by the Wom- 
en's Auxiliary. Clock golf was man- 
aged by Mrs. F. O. Aldous and John 
Aldous, while the oonteeta were In 
charge of Loma Atkins and Miss 
Grace Townsend The grab box 
wa<: In the handJS of MlSS H. Holmes. 

"Tea-Time" Sbewer 

1^ Misses Kay and Bdlth Ann 
Dunnett entertained recently at 
their home on TyndsU Avenue, Gor- 
don Head, the oer a-sinn beltig a "lea- 
time" shower In honor of MLvs Mar- 
jorle Wat,>(on. a popular bride -to be 
The gifts were concealed In a large, 
pink-and-mauve tea rap whleh 
adorned the taUe. The guesta In- 
cluded Mrs. N. Sergeant. Mrs. W. 
Ley. Misses Rosette Towrwend Kath- 
leen fiilhim. Mildred Clark. Bee 
Winiain.<;nn. Ruby WilUamsoll, Msn 
Punnetf and Maude A 



Leave for V»nco«ver 

Mr. and Mrs. H Oouldlng WUaon, 
of St. Gharlae Street, wlU aeeem- 
pany their daughter, Mlas Kathleea 

Wilson, to Vancouver this after- 
noon, when she will proceed across 
Canada to Montreal en route to 
England and the Continent on an 
extended vialt. Mr and Mrs. Wll- 
eon wUl renaUn on the Mainland for 
aeme thae. SMklaf a awtsr titp to 
the Interior. 

. . • 
Here far Flrat Time 

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ohapman. of 
Washington, DC. arrived in Vic- 
toria, yesterday, and are enjovinc, 
their first visit to BrtUah OelambiA 
They are 



Mr. O Martin, of Dsw.%on K en 
Joying a holiday for a lew days 
Me. He is 



in IV rn- 1 

lew days! 



Now's the Time for 

FUR 

SMBBHtSBHIHHHHIIH^B 

REPAIRS 



We Offer «ii Bxpett 



Mederale Prices 

Have your fura repaired by experta. Mal- 
lek'a offers you quality craftsmanship 
backad by the 22-year reputation of this 
firm as expert furriers. Silk lininga are 
guaranteod. Prices are most decidedly rea- 



fcete Yeor ruie 

Furs are expensive. Take no chencee 
BatnMteai te oa dwiaftlNL ' 
a agsiiaM h I kis in i of S 




MM 

Mil r.l.At «T. 

BISSS 




THK n\TT.Y rOT.ONTST. VTCTORIA. P.O. SI ' N' D A V, TUNE Ml 1M4 



9 



SHOW NARKEO 
liWIENT 

In Quantity and Landed 
Value Canadian Fisheries 
Ahead of 1933 



fUhfatf Industry Is thowtng 
UnproTnxMnt thU year over 
last jrsar. both in ratrh and ui ox 
porta, according to the I)«-paiiinriit 
of Trade and Conuiu rc <■ Prucs" 
•Iso genenaUy atiow an improvement. 

The total crnMi ot sss fish, Includ- 
ing shell fUh, for the first four 
month* of the current year, ia esU- 
inaled at 058.948 cwt., an Increase of 
IMfiOa cwt. gr 14 par cvA, over the 
f0ir MOHof hil 



Total export* of flshertea prfKlui ts 
durln« thf same period lncreKj>ed by 
»8fi8,139, or nearly 30 per (■♦■ni. to 
96;(67,544. Accordlqf to export 
vahastloaa. th« prtot iMsh n&h 

lUh ind MUHMi Mtnno liMirwiwrl 

frartlonally. Othrr canned lllh, 
however, ahowed a decretwe In vatot. 



Bullet Removed 
From ^an^B Brain 



BAN FEDRO. Cal . Juih- B ■ AH> 
A bullet, which hr said was (ir<'d by 
a Oerman foeouui in tbs Oreat War, 
waa removwl tnm 1M brilB at 
James WlUk, fortjr- seven, of dOCdOD 
Road. South RUIs. England. • ste- 
m«n on the Brltl.sli freighter Anglo- 
AfMcttfi. a I a tio«pltai here, laat 

m good condllUn. 
Tbs freUrhter imt in her« /un« 1. 

ri\ route friiin Hn!;,li Coluinbia to 
Knglaud, to leave W11U& lor medi- 
cal attention. 

Vim ym iMDatu m Um 

for 



n h ftl wmi mnOB ttet Cana- 
dian fUhertos hM aud* mwt rapid 

rerovrr', F^;lurts have jlimped Up 
from 67. 4M cwt. Ui the first four 
months of 1933 to 115,976 cwt . an 

o( iMprljr 13 per etnk Most 
9t an. hmmm , CMMi 
candid sa&Mi tbto ymt to 

end of April to flfty-seren 

countries. a.s com pared with forty- 
■Is in the corresponding period of 



New markets wm fOOBd In Nor- 
way. Peru. Salvador, Swltieriand, 
Liberia. SpanUh Africa. Irish Free 
State. Southern Rhodesia, the Oold 
Coast, Nigeria. Sierra Leone, GMb- 
nltar, Newfoundland and Paleettne. 
VMMa wort Ket. hoWiver, In Italy, 

llovRkla. Aden and 0«]rVM. 



he.st rastomer far oasned salmon, 
taliuig 33.073 cwt. ttt the first four 
months of the year; Australia ranie 
second with 37.872 cwt.. and France 
third with 'J2.051. Last year, Prance 
only took MO cwt. A more definite 
bojriaf trend trora continental 
BWOpa if alM> noted in this com- 
modltjr.' Oorreepondmgly, the catch 
of salmon In the first four months 
of the year totaled 15,474 cwt., an 
I of 11,000 owt. over last year. 



YOUNO PEOPLt'li 
RALLY IS HELD 



Vt. Or. A. 8. Imrie Prteelpal 
If^ikar at lACr. Me«tliw 
at A.aP. liaH 



NONKEVS TO 
AID MM 



MAKING SURVEY 
or AUTO CUIitSi 

A. C. Emmett, of Winnipeg, 
Seeks Closer Union of 
Motor Grpupa 



GolfLinksSm SOUOHTI 



iCaklBf a «wer of tki Wmt on 

behalf of the Canadian Autopioblle 
Association, of which he is western 
dlTlilut iiwinry. aa wril ae beteg 

manager-director of the Manitoba 
Automobile Club, A. O. WtUOtU, Of 
wmnipeg. arrived in ▼ktorla yaa- 
terday He will leaye the city today. 

Mr. Xmnatt J hJa daUght 



imp r eesed with the advanced stage 
of the gardeiu and tree foliage here. 
He contiasted the benullcA of the 
Island with the burnt Prairie Prov- 
Inoes throoHl fUMrtly 
traveled. 

Los Angeles Combatting! '"'"-poee of Mr Emnutts tour is 

'to investigate the pasltlon of pro- 
vincial dubc affUUted with his as- 
sodatlHi. Ml t» aMMtatai tlia 
proepeeti for brtadnc tba branefaes 

Into closer union to enable the ar- 
ranging of an Lniernatlonal agree- 
be ment with the American Automo- 
bile Association that wlU place the 
Canadian ■isoolatlcn la a stronger 
postUoB amont leadtat motorlnt 
bodies of the world 

INVASION KE8ENTID 



nRAND FORKS, June 9 (CD 
{A mile from Uie centre of Cirand 
Porks' hiistnasi district, gold seek- 
ers are wawMt lor wealth and 
they'bave avm tmnM tlM folf 

links, which now aSt CtttMlA Vlth 

discovery po6t8. 

The stampede for mineral wealtii 

btarted a fortnight ago when two 
prospectors got promising returns 
from four separate ore .sajnple.s as- 
sayed. Along a quartz lead traced 
for aome ten miles. S,000 acres have 
been Makad, and 900 mlDeia' Uomoes 
Issued by the foSd wmmlt oinr's 
ofBce here. Claimfi. mlle^ from the 
scene of tiie original strike, have 
been sold (or |M0, while much 
higher oacia have ba«i reoilvad on 
staklnsi, Smm UaMsd AtatM and 
Canadian MiMalik M« tiM tat 
find. 



Aid. R. T. Williams Asks! 
Council to Advocate Pro- 
ject to Government 

Completion nf the We.st Coast 
Road under the Provincial Oovern 
menfe **W(>>1[ and wasai" pro- 



|graaniie. will be sought by Alder- 



Worst Outbreak of Infan 
tile Paralysis m Years 



Tbt w«|M. May, off an nany ofv- 
portiinniii for yoonc men and 
women to laadi the Word of ood. 
declared Hev. Dr A S Imrle. pa.^- 
tor of Emmanuel Baptist Church, 
who was the principal speaker at a 
rally of young people, held. under 
tha auipteos of the iniar-lchooi 
ChrlsUan Fellowship^ la tlw AX>.P. 
Hall. last night. 

China. South America and India 
were cited as examples of countries 
where ml.sslon work could be car- 
zied on. In his address, la whish be 
Wtid iha MO yodnr poepia pregont 
to dtvoto their lives to Ood. Dr 
Imrle told of young men and women 
who had risen to aopMM Mghts 
by "being saved." 

FmON AL TBSnMONT 

Percy WIII5. of the Christian 
fihantyincn'.s A.s.sociatlon, al^;o »d- 
drcs.sed the cicctniR Ho told of hifi 
younger days and stated that, al 
though he had had the best that 
Ufa oould offer, It was only when he 
had r eee l vad spiritual gtildanoe that 
he was "living " 

Another speaker was Robert 
Birch, a.vo< latc of the I S C F . who 
gave a short talk on "Thoughts 
Taken fnm tiM Sook if NiveU- 
tkm." 

The procrammc, whloh astended 

for more than two houiS, Opened 
with hymn .singing. The official 
rally commenced at 8 odock, with 
R. N. Orubb offering prayer. Hymns 
and the addrcs.ses rounded out the 
prop— Mae. Rev. Or. J. W. Hewett 
ofeMd tha sOTTleii praMoneing 
the BenedicttOB. J. WbitllW was 
chairman. 

The Salvation Arniv Rand played 
■everal selections and accompanied 
the kyma-atncliv. 



LOe ANOHiBB, June 0 rAP> 
Purchase of 200 monkeys, to 
used in combatting this city's great- 
est Infantile paralysis epidemic In 
twenty years, was annouwood today 
by Olty Hoaltli Ofltow Or. OtOW 
Panlsh. 

With M5 cases of the fUetaif de- 
nnitety reported In May and June 
and M euspeete under quarantine 

for a week'.s ob.servatlon In the 
County CH-neral Hospital, Dr. Par- 
rtsh said that appartnUy tbi 
was passed last week. 

BNCOURAOINa SIGN 
"This week there was a drop In 
caeee from 15T to US over the previ- 
ous leven dayi," Or. l>mktk aakl 
"ir.s the moot oBOOuragtaiff algn we 
liave had." 

)io aiplaliwd, were 
for aaporlnantal pur- 
poses when two ■oekafOUer mstl 

tiite re.<.<<arch qg pw t a arrive next 
Friday to conduct a comprehen&ive 
survey of the disease, many phases 
of whkh are yet a mystery. 

Hm mookeyi are of the 
maeacus species, popularly known 
as Indian water monkeys. They 
are hardier and withstand labora- 
tory treatments better than other 
tyiMS, and are the only animals af • 
feeted with the same systematic 
and cerebrospinal involvement as 
man. 

Bight deaths since the epidemic 
broke out in May hav« been re- 
corded, a great diop from the out- 
break in 1030, when twenty-six out 
of the 454 ca.sr.s died, he said. The 
cases this time, too, were reported 
as much milder tluai tforlAf any 
previous tUna. 

Ten Fmm4 Gniliy But 
Nonm CatM Remember 



In the past, reeentment has ex- 
isted m the West to the strong in- 
vasion of the AmerlcciO Autemobtle 
Association into Saskatchewan. Al- 
berta and 9ritis)i Columbia, The 
Amarloaa orgaatetlBa dMil dlreetly 
with Canadian clubs and charged 
the large direct ahlllatlon fees, in- 
.stead of negotiating with the Ca- 
nadian Automobile Assooistton, and 

Mr. Emmett explained 

The visitor said it Li the wLsh of 
the Canadian organization that 
AmarlcaaB, while tourlnf la tha Do- 
flilBlflB. nay find a wrteams hone 
with the Canadian AutomojMIt As- 
sociation, ami vice versa. 

Within a few months, an Invlta- 
tkn wtU be sent tha American as- 
sedatlati to parttdpato to a oon- 

ference to make arrangements suit- 
able to both organizations. 

In speaklnc «f md oondfttaBs 

tiiroughout Canada. Mr. Emmett 
stated they were good, generally. 
By July. 193.^. tlie tran.s Canada 
Highway will be completed, when 
the last short stretch of thirty-five 
miles on the Port WUllam-JKanora 
road Is surfaoad. 



riaslererg Adopt tlw 
Oovrrnmont Sfh^dulp 
in iUnpecl to ^^agea 

The aim of the Victoria rias- 
terers' Association Is to adot)i the 
standard CJovernment wage of $6 
lor an eight-hour day and a five 
day waek, it was daelartd at a 
KSOMt atetlng of the organisation 
da MM 1>ades and Labor Hall. 

TIm meeting was called for the 
poipoae of having advanced sug- 
teiUons, whereby a plan of work 
aai wa«es might b o put into ap- 
OfoliflB, and iMprowt aoBdmoos gen- 
erally for plasterers. Another meet- 
ing of the sMociaUon win be hekl 
Pilday. In the Trades and Labor 
Hail, to which all plasterers are 
Invited. 



SEATTLE, June B (AP>.— All ten 
of the men accused of severely beat- 
ing oeorge Hunter, rural jutftlce of 
the peace, and WUUam Wavra. 
while they were Inmates at the 
county jail on April 20, were con- 
victed by a ■i ip oi l oi Oewt jury ta> 
day. 

Five were fWmd guUty ot ooeond 
degree assault charges, and the 

other Ave of third degree charges. 
On the witness stand during their 
several days' trial, none of them 
could "remeoriMT* aayOhtaf 
the assaults. 



Ctmadian Authon 

Regular and asseelata mcMbers 
are Invited to atUnd the June 
meeting of the Victoria and Islands 
Bninch. Canadian Authors' Associ- 
ation which will be held at the 
home of Major and Mrs. F. V Long- 
staff, 60 King Oaorn Terraoe. on 
Thursday evanlBt, oi • oVoek. A 
special Siunmer programme has 
been prepared, to which C. C. Pem- 
berton will contribut*" a paper on 
"Porestry Facts and Poetic Fancies," 
drawing his Inspiration from Tenny- 
son's drama, "The fforestan," which, 
written In the poatli latter years, 
is little known Mr. Prmberton 
will also shov some interesting 
photographs and exhibit of fmvst 
specimens to Illustrate his thame. 
Poenui on trees by msmban of the 
kwal bnuMh vlll ba road by Mrs. 
m. O. Mmt. and tlisra win ba 
added attraetlons. 



BAnU RIVER 
COHpiBAI 

Giant SarpMit SItiidar and 
Sptidy Scares Respaat- 
aMa Sattlara 



EDMONTON. June 0 (CP).— Does 

one or more of the »tr .nge nion.stci s. 
which cons ago made the Alberta 
"Bad Lands" the repoeltory for their 
bflosok With tba npuH that the area 
becaaa OM flf tba riflbsot floMa lor 
fossils, stin haunt the tortoooo olian 
nels of the Battle River. 

"Yes," chorus four reliable resl- 
denU of the Rosalind (AlberU) 
area, soimty-aeven mUes souttaaast 
of Kdmont^p, who claim to have 
seen a giant serpent, twenty-five 
to thirty feet In length, .swimming 
in the river. The creature is .said 
to be "about the diameter of a .stove- 
pipe." grey in color, with a large 
head, and a neck tapering down to 
about Sevan lachas at the head and 
about nine tachea In diameter at 
the body. It Is said to swim at 
about ten to fifteen miles an hour, 
la.«ihlng the water to a foam as It 
goes, and it has been seen at points 
eight mllee apart, along tha rhar. 

SKEPTICS CONVINCED 
Newspapermen, inclined to be 
skeptical when Arst reports of the 
monster were received a few days 
ago, made a painstaking Ohadt and 
lOariMd from reliable dtlsens of the 
area that they had seen the strange 
mon.itcr. and would vouch for its 
presence in the river. One resident 
went so far as to voice a demand 
that the Government undertake 
dragging of tha rim la aa effort 
to catch the boast JTelther human 
beings nor Uvootoek are safe whUe 
it remaias la tiM ttHoa, ho de- 
clared. 

A suggeotloa that tha eroature 
might bo a giant sturgeon such as 
are found in tha Saskatchewan 
River at fre^MBt iBtervals. met de- 
nials, for 11 «ao pohltcd out that 
sturgeon do BOl fOMh the lOBfth of 
thirty XeeU 



jman H I WUliani*, by asking the 
jCltv Couiii il to advocate the project 
to the Cfovernment. 

la order to oAciaUy i^aco tha 
projoot Mora the O o main a n t 
again. Alderman Wtiiiam.s has given 
notioe that he will introduce the 
foHowiriK motion at the neort aoot* 
log of tlie City Oounoll: 

"Wharoao tho el^ of Vlelorla Is 
toeing a large volume of trade, due 
to Its not hLving the West Coast 
Road in operation; 

"And wheresa the aarly constnie- 
tioa of saM road Is iMot doriraMo 

and urgent: 

' And whereas a former Liberal 
Oovcmment made the building of 
the road a plank In Its platform: 

•Tlierefore, this council hereby 
pla<<'v It.'^elf on record as favoring 
the con.slructlon of such a road aa 
pait of the work and wages pro- 
gramme of > the present Provincial 
Oovemment, and aapcaoooa tha 
hope that the construction of said 
road may receive the favorable eoB' 
sidcration of thO 
in power." 



ADMIR.\I.TY mi 
\l 10 DL lU 



Mr. 



Martin to H 
ef 



On Monday afternoon, Mr. Jus- 
tice Martin, local Judge of tha Ad- 

mlralty Dtvlaiaa ef the Exchequer 
Court of Canada, win hold a sit- 
ting for the hearing of the trial of 
Mingo et al. vs. the ship Emma K. 
The court will convene at 4:30 
o'clock at the courthouse here, 
following the rising of tha Oeoit of 
Appeal. 

The case concerns claims for 
wages which are balag made by 

members of the crew against the 

ship. W. C. Thomson, of Vancou- 
ver, will appear for the plaintiffs. 
The defence is not represented by 
coun-sel. The case has been trans- 
ferred from Vanoottvar to Victoria 
to suit tho ooovoolOBOO of tho Judge 
la 



mi DOM Mt OAMAfia 



ESstlmated damage done to the 
Crystal Spring Boda Water Com- 
pany. Limited. 1M4 RIdiardMn 

Street, by fire of unknown origin, 
which broke out Friday afternoon, 
ha.s been .set at $500 Dehpile a 
three-hour battle by city firemen, 
tha oowpany 
rage were demolished. 



CULBERTSONon CONTRACT 

World' t Champion PUftr mi Cn^iloU Cmi AnJmt 



PLANNING THE COUBSK OF 



■dWa OAO W CBU 

■AMTIAOO. Chile. Juaa t (AP)^ 

A Olroag earthquake shook thO Oily 
WlUiout damage. 



When a partnership has reached 
a contract of three no trump and 
a small card has been led of the 
suit in which the declarer hokls 
the ace in the dummy and the 
quean in his own hand, the natural 
impulse, all things being equal, is 
to plnv low and hope to win a trlok 
with the queen on the first round 
or to establish the queen as a 
trick winner for a later round pro- 
vided thbd hand holds the klag. 
This is a sound prlndple but is 
subject to modification, particu- 
larly In cases where there Is an 
unoi)ened .suit, the loading of which 
by either adversary would make Im- 
possible the fulfiUmeat of the con- 
tract In sneh eases at that the de- 
clarer, of course, takes careful stock 
of his combined resources to deter- 
mine if there is a possible manner 
of fulfUling his contract by refus- 
ing tho "Una flaoooo." 

The hand below, which was .sent 
to me by Mr E C. Welsh of Kan.sas 
Cilv. Mo. l.s an example where 
South, if he permits Bast to win 
the first trlok. eaaM foUltt his 
contract because the powerful ele- 
ment of time will then rua in favor 
of the defending 

South, dealer. 
Mtber sMo 

4 A 7 I 

9 Q J T 1 

0 A 10 
4, A 8 B 3 

4 J « e 3 

:y K t 4 I 



CORNS 




• I'r nfmtrn 

f' .ni light »hrw.« 

• top hiirtinj n 
ONKMiauUwhei 

l.TSaUhir 

" kW«y 

M and quirk Iv rMnnvr rorna. 
l<-p«rtm#nt •n<i Ihn* •tor««. 




through what 
means T do net know, a contract 
of three no trump 1 as-sunie that 
North must have opened with the 
shaded bid of one club rather than 
one no tnnnp aad that Sooth r«- 
•ponded with two no trwp. wttich 

North raised to three However, 
the bidding Is not in question. In- 
terest in tha " 
in the play. 

Mdnt load was tho 

e two and when .South took 
Stork of his re-iources he nwted the 
dotibl^ton diamond ace in the 



in his own hand. If Bast woa the 
spade trlek a swlt^ to dlaaiands 

and the driving out of the ace on 
the second round would follow al- 
most as a matter of course, fiouth 
could count three sure heart tricks 
and possibly four, depending on the 
tooatloa of the king, three clubs 
and poaslbly four, depending on a 
club break, one .spade and one 
diamond If he got but three heart 
truks then his chance of mak 
game would depend upon either 
aoow play yet to ba detoraUaod or 
on a break In the club suit. The 
game-making trick might be made 
by the queen of spades In the South 
hand, dependent upon the line of 
defence. If not. why then there 
was soma ohanoo of somo future 
mistahe by tho opponents or some 
favorable break In the suit 

The aoe In dummy was played to 
the first trick, and the heart flnesse 
inunedlately taken. West won, and. 
noting also the diamoad situation, 
now hUd down the dlaaiand king. 
South daettaod to win. but the 
queen was contlniy>d. as East had 
given an encouraging signal In the 
diamond suit, and the ace was 
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ootaMlshsd hearts, and But who 
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In the lead with the spade king 
his remaining diamond. 
Ndarsr then made the 
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king and qiMv-n of clubs and tlie 
queen of spades. 

It is quite true that South could 
not have aatldpatod the entire 
haa of play which dovetoped but It 
lo oquauy true that tho play ho 
adopted gave the 
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Victoria High School Campus CommeoU 



stmaa RObertsoa led the fleki hi 

Rchool voting in the election for 
president ot the Students' Council. 
This student will play a larjte part 
In the school affairs of next term. 
In which he will t>e supported by the 
newly-eloctad aserotary. Vera Bd- 
wards. 



K. TTnsaorth and Sidney McAl- 
lister are now the glrlV snd boys' 
tennis champions of the school. 
Both champions were defending 
their UUes. The former came 
through with a goad vktory by de- 
feattog Joaa WUooa. g-g, g-S; while 
the Mter oaooeoded la wlaning 
from 



Due to a slight delay In the edi- 
torials, the school ma^axloc. "The 
( itmrisun, " will not be out OBlfl the 
Utter part oT this iraelL 



The annual sehool prlae-glvlng 
day was poepened from mday imtil 

tomorrow sifemoon at 2 50 o rlork. 
When the studenu will assemble In 
the school auditorium to receive 
bursaries sad eaps lor acadeaUc and 
athloMo 



DisphiylBg a flae Taae or "OaU- 

fomla popples." Kllaabeth Llnd- 
gren was Judged the winner In the 
Portia vase contoAt .Mi.i« Llndgren's 
vase was chosen over a large field 
of contestants. Thoee who sub- 
Biltted flovors la tho ooaipolliluii. 
aero: Peggy mntaicr. Lsshe Rob- 
inson, Margaret Oeorge. Lulu Cam- 
eron, Betsy MrCallum. Eileen I.an- 
Igan, Eva McCall. Pat " Cumber- 
birch. Eileen Crewe, Mona Humph- 
ries. Ann Marle-Bjorneafelt, Eleanor 
Moffatt. Phyllis Christian, Pay 
oiMadoa, OoMtfay Fraaor. SdUh 
Martin. Jean Underwood. Martoo 
Prterson and Pearl Porbister 




eloeing masltog aa l^ieeday. when 
p ropoeed aoMndBMnts to the pres 
ent constitution will b* voted on. All 
members are urgetl to attend 

Tribute was paid to the memory 
r the laU School Tnstoo. J. h. 
Beckwith. by toa chan and sladents 
ot the school la a special 




umciT IN m\ 

A] lititLltll HERE 

H. H Smith presided at the 
monthly meeting of the committee 
held to tho Oltlssao' newoetloa 
Rooms. Prlday night 

The sscretary. A. H. Hundleby, 
reported aaooBoat eoadoot in the 
rooms, with sttmdaane avofaglig 
the ooMeao last year, a receal 
cooat shooed 147 men entered the 
rooms orer a period of alz hours. 
I Very few caUa for odd >otae came to 
jduring the month, and the 
Is urged to oaU KOOta when 
ing ud d' liddMis , artd suitable 
will be sent o»jf A number of men 
use the roorrw sa headquarters for 
conUcu with work, and are tm^ 
deavortag to heap off nllef. 
K. P. Tsytar fieooalod the floaa- 

clal statement tar May. ^howli^ 
toUl Income ot WUt, With expendW 
tures of 1100 Tm prognunmao ar* 
nmfsd^by U» rttoisiiliiis to the 

net gsin of IM 40. thf^ balance c^m- 
Ing from three regular subacrtbers. 
Mr Taylor gave the following list 
of subecrltoers during April aad 
May; BiO. Beetrle Kallai Oooi- 
;Mnv r;*-)!./ Wi; .v M'B. A- l^aaOT. 
arionv.'ii'. 1.- ".n, *.ri p roeeode. eal« 
lection !>'.x' In stores, arvl monthly 
donations frotn Mak L. M. Duna- 
aiuir. Maurice Ms and A. Boeih. e' 
total or llStjn. ^awadRure during 
the too aoaoihs tma 9m. «iowii« 




10 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. 1934 




Social Activities and Not^ of Personal Interest 




Wedding Is Solemnized I Victoria Couple to Be Married Here in July 

At St. Mary's ChiircW ^ ^ 



Mi>»s Hor»'iM-«- W liiino aiul Mr. Kotx-rt llainilton 
Smith >Lirri« il ^ « «^ler«la> \ft« rnooii l»v \{v\ . 
Lauou JNuuUM — Vi^ iil Live at beatou, B.Ci. 



lUv. OaooB NuBM ertibrsted th» 

■UHTtlafe te 8i. Mary's Church, yes- 

toitfiiy Aftamoen at 2:30 o'clock, of 

Adm VlbrHioii, only dauithter of 

Mr. ud Mn. i. M. WMtaqr. Vle- 

tarl»Av«MM.aiid Mr.miNrtlinii- 
tM fludtb, only son of Iftn Mfemii- 

ton Smith, Cavcndi.sh Avenue, and 
of the late Mr r. Hamilton Smith. 
Mr. ¥. T, C WickfU presided at the 
orgsn. Pink, blue and white pre> 
dominated In the charmtm floral 
decorations In the ahurch, which 
featured peonlea. delphiniums, fox- 
Riovps. vftm&kt and attitr timier 

bloonxs 

Thie bride, who was given In mar- 
riage by her father, leokitd radiant 
Id her frock of ddpblnfc^ blue 
mpe. TlM long skirt was pleated 
bade and front, and the bodice was 
fa.shlonf>d with full puff sIppvp.s 
ending In deep tight cuffs, and the 
high cowl neck crossed In front and 
tied at the back of the waist. She 
wore a whlU erepa hat trimmed 
with fkmm aad eonage bouqiMt 
of otchldi and my of tbt valley. 

Her only attendant was her sl.<iter- 
ta-law, Mrs. Brock Whitney, of Van- 
In a three-quarter jty ket 



dress of yellow satin, Who alio wort- 

a whlti' hilt atif* a corsage bouquet 
of Kardpnia.«i antl Illy of the valley. 

Mr. William Matheson. of Van- 
couver, was the groomsman. 



After tkt aMrvlce. an Informal re- 
ception was held at the home of the 
bride's parents, where masses of 
flowers made a kyvaly wtttaif. Boses 
and swMi peas wart aiw^pd on 
ttie tea table. whMi WM emtred 
with a three-tiered cake whMi was 

tr)pi>cf1 with a vase filled wiih 
sweetheart roses, flanked with lull 
pink candles in silver holders. 

For the occasion. Mrs. Whitney 
wore a smart robe of yacht blue and 
matching hat and a eonage of 
eweethaart roeai and awact peas, 
and Mrs. Hamilton Smith, Sr., was 
gowned in grey with hat en suite 
and a corsage bouquet Of pklk TOses 
and delphiniums. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Smith left 
by the afternoon boat for Seattle 
en routa to thalr new home at the 
GMdflnch mining camp, of which 
the groom Is manager, near Beaton, 
the bride traveling In a brown and 
white flat cre;)e dre.s.s and a brown 
roaf and niatihmg acc<>.s»orles. 



Garden Party Is 
Held fr y ffifff^^ 



The ladies of St Martin".s-in-the- 
Flelds held a very .succefwful and 
enjoyable garden party on FYlday, 
at the home of Mrs. Newbury. 3835 
OolqultB Avanua. Mra. T. TMd. of 
Aah Straet, opanad the party, after 
adilch a bouquet of carnations and 
fams was presented to her from the 
ladlas by Master Edwin Ede. 

Dm gromida vara attracUva with 
ftafi and buntliig. and tha auiis 
Wa airaaged on the lawns. 

Tha homo cooking was In charge 
Of Ifn. H. Rogers and Mrs. Fllt- 
oraft: aprana and fancywork. Mrs. 
LaggatI; oandy. pDm HatenfraU; 

Mrs. Kelly and Miss 
and Ice cream, Mrs. Frew. 
VtH was served on the lovely large 
varandah by Mrs. Merrltt, Mrs. 
Tliorapoon. Mrs. Ede and May 
lamoonn, Mn. Carpenter was in 
diana of tha taa tlekata. . 

A cuahlon donatad by Mrs. 
Thompson waa won by Mrs. T. 
Todd. Mrs. Newbury won the cake 
donated by Mrs. Leggett. and Mrs. 
n«w won a box of chocolates 
donated by Miss Uasenfrats. Mrs. 
Ollbart and Ifn. Mawbory were 
lor tha aflamaan. 



ao was the date chosen for the an- 
nual flannel dance to be held as 
usual in ttte Deep Cove Social Hall. 
At the close ol the *>ntlntss ssi 
slon. Mn. Moai. of Oowl- 

chan. gavv an addreas on "Women'i 
Services in E^n^?land During the 
Great War. " Ml.s.s Jenkins, nurse 
In charge of the Cowichan Health 
.Cantre, qpobe on the work pf the 
PubUe Baalth Nurses In that large 
and aoattered district. The chapter 
win not meet again until October 4. 




Girl Guides Fete Draws 

Big Crowd to ''Gonzales'* 



MR. EDGAR HOLLOWAY MISS ELSPHTH COCHRANE 

THI: tngigcmfnt W4$ announctd. on 1-riday. of two popular Victorians. Mis» Elspfth Mary Cothranc. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hastic 
CcHhranc, Old I squinu!' Rojd lo .Mr 1 dgar Charles Hollow j\ i f thil city. Ihi ir marriagt l.iko plj^c \orv tjuullv . in mid-July. M y, 

Holloway ii one of Viaona * most accompliibcd and well-known musicians. Photograph of Miu Cochrane by Stcffens Colmcr, Mr. HoUoway by Ssvsaasb. 



An Ideal .Summer aftemoMJ andj 
delightful surroundings added to. 
the enjoyment of the hundreds ol 
vUltors who attended the Girl 
Ouidee' annaal fete, y e etar day after* 
noon, at "Oonaalea,'* St. Charles 

.Stre^'t, klndlv placed at the dlspo.sal 

uf iti« local aeaodatloa by Mi:.^, 

Atkins. 

All the companies and packs af 
the dlstriet took part In tha fete 
and there was a ^len<Ud aaaort* 

inent of fancy novelties, horaeomade 
candles. < uk< s. Jams, etc , to tempt 
the purchuM-rs. Kortuiie telling at- 
tracted a crowd to the rustic Sum- 
mer house, and boraa raetni proved 
a popular pastime. 

Cocoanut .shies, ninepins, housle- ' 
liousie and olher gaiu< s v. eir much 
enjoyed by the children and the ' 
vendors of toe cream did a thrlvmg 
trade. Mia. Stawart WUilaaMand 
several helpen were In charge of 
tea, which was served at little tables 
on the lawn and uiidc the old 
Irros. Those a,si>isling were Mrs. 
Denton Holmes, Mrs. O. C. A. Cox, 
Mrs. Jack OUlli. Mrs. George PhU- 
iips. Miss Bovron and IDn Alma 
Russell. 

TAKES THE SALUTE 

Mrs. Alan MorklU. the provincial 
commlMkmar. took the salute as all 
Guide eompanlea marched past 
After the provincial commissioner 
had inspected the guard of honor 
of Brownies, liie Grand Howl" was 



given. "Cut Capers" and a slnglnf 
game by the West and East Vic- 
toria Brownies, respectively, drew 
much applauae. 

After tea* aona display* ware 
given, an lttter-«ompany display by 

the 4'. li and 6th East being watched 
with interest. A group of Chinese 
Brownies was enthusiastically ap- 
plauded In their fancy march, the 
Uttle glria appaiantly anJoM tba 
performance fOlla aS WMll Ba tin 
spectators. 

THE WORLD FLAG 

This was foUowed by the cere- 
mony of erecting the worM nag. 

which, as the provincial commi:»- 
sloner explained, was designed at 
ll:-' last World Confcience ol 
Guides, four yearft ago, and Is to be 
used by Ouldn Ih any part of the 
workL The let Weet VMorla 
Rangers were responsible for erect- 
ing the flag (xile. 

The 2nd West Victoria Rangers 
took part in a skipping display, and 
the 7th West Company In a first 
aid dlmlay, which was partlculal'ly 
Interesting. * 

A comic, pageant, "St. George and 
the Dragon,' was prestiucd by the 
6th Weet Company, the "dragon" 
causing muoh laui^twr as It aada 
Its grotesque- appearance. 

The programme closed with a 
fold dancing display by the Musical 
Festival team, headed by Miss Aline 
Stewart Williams. 



I.O.O.E. Activities 



ALLIES CHAPTER 
The Allies Chapter held its meet- 
ing recently in the Guides' Hall, 
Sidney, with the first vl<;e-regent, 
Mn. B. C. Layard, presiding In the 
abaenoe of tha ngant. Mrs. O. E. 
McLean. The members passed a 
vote of .sympathy to Mrs McLean 
In her Illness. The educational sec- 
retary reported having vi^it'<l the 
three Nwth Hssnlch schools with 
aeveral members on flBapIre Day 
when Mrs. Corby, secretary of Pro- 
vincial Chapter, addressed the chil- 
dren and pivsented books to the 
libraries of North Saanlch and 
Deep Oove sehools. and a portrait 
of the Prince of Wales to Sidney 
school. The chapter's yearly house- 
to-hou.se collection for the Solarium 
Winter clothing fund will continue 
■BtU tiM and Of this month. July 



KcsDlwtton Chapter 

H MS. Resolution will hold Its 
monthly meeting on Tuesday eve- 
ning at • o'clodt at tha home of 
Mrs. J. S. OUphant, uplands. Final 

arrangements for the Pet Show will 
be completed A full attendance of 

members Ls requested. 



Island Social Notes 



Chemainus 



Mrs. James Cochrane and three 
sons, of Vanoouvar, an the guests 
of her parents. Mr. and Mn. R. 

Robertson. 



Aiglicai Vmm Pctpie 



rooms under the auq^lces of the 
Woonn's Auxiliary to the Canadian 

Legion. Eight tables of bridge were 
In play durlnj the evening and the tlon of Mr, 
prizes were won by Mrs. J. E. Mac- 
Donald and Mr. C. Harrison. Met- 
chosln, flist, and Mrs. & Parker and 
Mr. J. E. MacDonald, consolation. 



Mr. and Mrs. A. Nicholson, and 

three children, are tnte guests of Mr., . 

and Mrs. George Pulling, of van- ' ^ 
ana aara. uewge ruiung, « van i committee, with Mrs. A. O. Iftckle 

acting as convener. 



• « • 

Mrs. Nigel Scott, of Salmon Arm, 

Is renewing acqualntancaa In Ohe- 

mainus and Crofton. 



Sir M. B. Begble Chapter 

The last meeting until the Au- 
tumn of the Sir Matthew Balllie^ 
Begbie Chapter, I.O.D E., will be I Mrs. Vernon has returned from 
held on Friday, at 2:30 p.m., at Bridge River, where she has been 
headquarters, and a full attendance vistting for the pasiaavaral weeks, 
of memban U vquested. ■ 

Dr. a iLj^ Chapter Gimpbell Rlver 

The Dr. O. M.* Jones Chapter will' Mr and Mrs. Gordon Grant, of 
meet on Saturday afternoon at 2:15; Victoria, were here recently, 
o'clock at the home of MM Tted 
, m Beach Orlre. 



Victoria Couple 

l o H ed i^horlly 



NEW YORK. June f <0P). — 
Frederick J. Brand, twenty-nine, a 
professor In Graduate College, 
Princeton, NJ., and Mn. Idythe M 
Oledhlll, twenty-seven, of 1025 
Craigdarroch Road. Victoria, B.C., 
obtained a marriage licence today. 
They plan to be married June 16. 

Brand, a .son of George Brand, 
is a native of Scotland. Mrs. Oled- 
hlll was bom In Canada and Is a 
daughter of Walter O. Hembroff. 
Her first marriage, to Robert H. 
Oledhlll, ended in Reno divorce. 



Mr. and Mrs. H. Berg, of San 
Francisco, have returned to their 
Summer home at upper Campbell 



ST. MARK'S 

Merit's A.Tf A. has formed 
a dramatic grovp^ under the dlrec- 
P. B. George, with the 



Beach Drive, next Tuesday after- 
noon, from 3 to 6 o'clot^ 'fhe pro- 
cped.s will go to support a cot in 
the Queen Alexandra Solarium. All 
friendi and vlslten wlD ba watoona. 
• • • 



Mrs. George GrtfDth, who has 
been visiting her daughter. Mrs. R. 



• • • 

Mlw Dalby. of victoria. U the 
gugit of her aunt. Mrs. A Cowie, 
"LaksiMdm." Leigh Road. 

• • • 

Mr. J. P. Pedneault. of Vancouver, 
U visiting his son. Mr. Bmest Ped- "'■'^^ /'''^f Production of ' The Per- 
fect Little Goose ' The list of the 
players Is Lillian Hlgham, Dora 
Rogen. BaKoM Oeocf e. May Clarke, 
Hilda Graham. Reg Porter, Ellen 
White, Albert George and Arthur 



idea of producing real entertaining' H. Curti.*;, Belwill Apartments, has 
stage plays. For the past six wee k' !rft for her home in Los Angeles, 
this group has been rehearsing lor • • * 

the play. "The Perfect Uttle Goose,' liTom Dawson 
a three-act mystery-comedy, and It Mr. T. a. Firth, of Dawson. Is a 
is Intended to present this play In visitor to the city. He Is atopping 
St, Mark's Parish Hall on the eve- at the Dominion Hotel, 
ning of June 15 nnd 16 .Special I ' 
attention has been given to new 
complete scenery and lighting ef- 
fects for this iriay. The splendid 
co-operation accorded the director 

by the players augurs well for a 



A Scotsman has invented a 
safety tfwlm suit which has a safety 
device fcmslellng of a rubber air 
belt which is fbted around the chest 

on the tinder-slde of the suit. This 
belt is inflated and Is hardly notlce- 




• • • 

Miss Ada Grant, of Victoria, who 
has been the guent of Mr. and Mrs. 
I. S. Grant, has returned home. 
« » * 

Dr and Mrs. Wallace Wilson, of 
Vancouver, spssl * Mbott thna on 

the Island. 

Mr. and Mn. K. M. Bell left on 
Wednesday for the Lookout at 
upper Campbell Lake. Mr. BeU will 
be stationed there for tha Summer. 

• • • 

Mr. A. McLean haa ret a med from 
Abbotsford. when he went to visit 
his brother, who Is critically 111. 

• • • 

Several litte friends were In- 
vited to Frances Nichol.<i' birthday 
pariy. Those present were: Mona 
Salvall. lone Crawford. Jean Pear- 
son, l^anoea McCarthy. Shirley 
Thulln. Thalma Burgedi, Ann Pain- 
ter, nnrban Maradtth and Beth 
Painter. 

• • • 

Mrs. J. Oulette and family re- 
cently vldted Ma. F. HOptona. 

• * • 

Mr. George Hlgglns vl.slted frlcndS 

at Cainpbellton. thus week. 

• • « 

Mr. H. Rodgers. of Buttles Lake, 
a recant visitor here. 
« • • 

Mr and Mrs R Atcheson motored 
from Qulnson to attend the base- 
ball game. 

• • • 

ML-ys Bernice Crawford and Mrs. 
K. Rlchardsoa visited Mrs. J. Souter 
at QuatMaakl Oova on IVMnaaday. 
« * • 

Ml« Verona McNeil has returned 
from a vlstt to ralatlvea in Cumber- 
land. 

• • • 

Mrs. J. Sootar and daughter, 

Averll. are the guests of, Mra. O. 

Mc Don Hid, of Ciunberland. 

Miss LobedoUk* of* Victoria, has 
jctaad the ataff of the k>eal ho^Atal. 



naault, MDIstrean Road. 

Sidney 

The regular meeting of the North 
Saanlch Welfare Club was held at 
"Shweacres" on Tuesday afternoon. 
Ihfanta' garments, as requested, 
were supplied. Club members re- 
covered and quilted a comforter. 



ST. MARY'S 
St. Mary's ATPA 



PARIS STYLES 



Save the Piece s 



Er put wood (Aub 



Br HANNAH 

Ladles, I give you twin scarves. 

You have had twin blouses, twin 
sweaters, and here is a smart acces- 
sory for either of them, twin scarves. 
They have so many advantages; 



_ caasfnl eeuntry fair, when afternoon 

and "in this" wly'^'arned money "lo ! ^'"^ ""^^^ ^^^^ enjoyed. 



be spent for clothing as needed. 
THe next aaatiaf «in take plaoe on 
June la. 



Socialand Personal 



The Summer flower .show spon- 
sored by the North and South Saan- 
lch Hortlcultival Society will be 
held In Wesley Hall, Sidney, on 

Wednesday, June IS. Thlrty-slx j Leaves for New York 

cla.^scs are arranged for competi- Mrs. Stacey. who has been Vlslt- 



tion, liKludlng a Junior section for 
children under sficteen years. En- 
tries are free and must reach the 

secretary, Mn. K. W. Hammond, not 

later than 5 p.m . Tuesday, June 12. 
The committee in charge expedjjjand 



By MARY KNIOHT 

United Prfsii Stiiir C'ci r^^|>otuI^nt 

PARIS (UP).— Perhaps it's the 
time of year, perhapa It's the state 

of mind, but all the smart women 

In our territory seem to be going 

in for two and tliree-plecc en- 
sembles The dress and three- 
quarter coat have the edge so fai. 
held a sue- but the skirt, tunic and Jacket are 
noelng in to a doee second. 
One, a Helm favorite. Is called 
In the evening dancing was enjoyed. "Pie" (It's a French magpie, not 
and during the intermLsslon an a pastry i and in black and white, 
auction of cakes and candy was true t« magpie tradition, its light, 

warm wool Ls a conce.s.sion to wintry 
winds that are just now blowing 
around oar beat oomen — and 
curves. The black coat is slightly 
more than hlp-Iength and loose. 
The merest whl.«ij)er of a hood oc- 
curs at the flat neckline, and the 
semi-long sleeves have deep turn- 
back cuffs that are held by the 
same white leather bueUae that 
fasten the coat down the front. The 
for New York, where she will visit dress has a white t/>p made of s 
her daughter, Mrs. Harcourt Brown, , rough thin w(X)l w ith a canvasy 



conducted by Mr. K. Ohenna. 



Ing Victoria for some time as the 
guest of her mother. Mis. Matthev 
Perry, Wilmot Place, left yesterday 



keen eohipatltlon In aU 
• • 

Mr. and Mn. Bertram Tayler and 

family have rettuned tfi thMr home 
on West Road after an absence of 



her son, Dr. Charles Perry 



Stacey, of Princeton I'lnvt rslty. Mrs. 
Stacey will later return to Victoria. 

Visiting ReUUves 
Mn. J. T. Jones. 2184 Bpworth 



several months, during which they ^oday to visit her 

spent some time in the Old Country iSfi^l^l' J^I^f^ 

' .Seat I. r KM aspaoia w be away for 

a week 



Royal Oak 

Mr. and Mn.. NeU McGllllvray, 
Prospect Lake, entertained on Fri- 
day afternoon, when their guests 
included members of the Ladles' 
Bible Class and ofBcen of the Sun- 
day school of Wilkinson Road United 
Church, where Mr. McGllllvray is 



siipfrintciident. Following the busl- ; ^,11^ 
ness meeting, the remainder of the 
afternoon was spent in bathtat and 
boating. Supper was served by the 
hostess. Those present included 
Mesdames Allan, Prlnglc, Burnett, 
Ayrlas, Kink, O. Jones. Siocum. Alii- 
aoa* rtallllps. Boorman. Whitehead. 
Roy, Jewell, Marconi. Mtssss Ayriss, 
Barker, PhlUlps, Btheridge, Oong- 
don. M pringie and MOaan. Slacum 
and W. Allan. 



From CaliforoM 

Dr. E. W. Bathm'3t. of Etna. Cali- 
fornia, is spending a few days in 
the city. He is staying at the Do- 
minion BotaL 

■ • • 

Fenm CnmlMTland 

Dr. and Mr.s. G. K. M( Naughlon. 



effect. White gloves, please, and a 
white hat. White shoes, too. If 
resorting; otherwise, nei^t black 
pumpa and a Week parse. 

The ensembles, which go a step 
further, complete themselves with 
an extra cape or t/>pcoat. In case 
Spring doesn't meet you at the 
comer you espeetad. A grey-green 
suit, for Instance, accessories a hlp- 
Iength cape entirely lined with 
nutria It can be worn wrong- 
sldc-out and upside-down and 
backwards, if you feel v«ty mis- 
chievous! 




. / w 7 



Tlie Brentwood Bay Badminton 
Club held an enjoyable dance at the 
new sports hall, Brentwood Bay. 
About MO gueete wen preeent. Hie 
hall was decorated for the occiu^lon 
with flags and hanging ba.skcts Miss 
Zoe Mllstead and Len Wagstaff gave 
several exhibition dances. Lucky 
prizes were given away during the 
evening. The proceeds will go to- 
wards the buddlnt fund. 

Among the danoon wen: Mr. and 
Mrs. W Watt. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. 
Freeland. Mr and Mrs. M. Atkins. 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Andnw. Mr. and 
Mrs. J. J. Young, Mr. and Mrs. R. 
Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. A Francis, 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Douglas, Mr. and 
Mrs K ruinmlngs. Mr. and Mrs. W. 
Webb. Mr and Mrs J. Mitchell. Mr. 
and Mrs. L. Horth, Mr. and Mrs. H. 
Francis. Mr and Mrs. R. Shanks, 
Mr. and Mrs. H. GUbert. Mr. and 
Mrs. H. Bnsor. Mr. and Mn. J. Arm- 
strong, Mr. and Mrs. S. Shiner. Mr. 
and Mr.-? n McNeil. Mr and Mrs L. 
Hafer. Mr. and Mrs J Roberts. Mr, 
and Mrs. W. na\i.s Mr mid Mra C. 
Beswlck. Mr. and Mrs. F. Olsbume. 

Misses Zoe Mllstead, Betty Broad- 
hurst, Muriel and Fhyllk Slusfett. 
Joyoe llMimson. Olive Oilman, Kay 
Greenwood. Diana Clayton. Flor- 
ence Woodward. Elinor and Joan 
Fvans, J(jyce and Margaret Davis, 
Hazel Lainonl. Hilda Scutt. Joyce 
Andrew, Be.-^.sle T^irgoose, Barbara 
Beaumont, Grace Sluggett. Wynoim 
Woodward. Fhoaba Clew, Bvelyn 

easY to make scores of wavs to wear I DOTOthy Btttler, Florence 

f^L t^v ««irtll.™rh*if ^ a Anderson, Betty Young. Vera and 
them, they only take one-half ol a L,^^ „^„^y j^^^^ Rturock. Mar- 
twenty-inch square of material, and |^^^^ Johnston. Lillian Walker, 

they are .smart for evening. -Wis ; K„„,p^ a,,^^ „^be Pennock K. 
or daytime wear. Besides, you can 




their daughter, are vl.siMng 
here from Cumberland and are 
stepping at tha Olanshiai Hotel. 

• • • 
Oarien Party 



TODAY'S FASHION TIP 
Light wool ensembles with ex- 
tra capes and ooats for emergency 



MANOHB8TBR (OP). — WlUlam 
Reddlngton. 14. found MM In a 
paper package lying in the gutter 
St. Christopher's Sdwol will hold! and took it to the nearest police 
Its annual basaar In Oic garden of station, being rewarded with gas 
Dr. and Mra. D. M. Balllla. IIM and a new suit of clothes. 



get two sets from one twenty -inch 
piece, of each ookir, one for yourself 
and one far a gift 

In chiffon they make a nice eve 
nlng acces.sory when worn as shown 
at the bottom, one color to match 
the frock and the other In contrast. 
The two styles shown in the centn 
can act as collars on a frock. The 
sports style is shown at the top 



Ellis, Frances Cunningham. Betty 
Hotting. Edith Jane, Mary LaM, 
Muriel Richardson, Rene Lambert, 

Coleen Cochrane. Helen Ped en, Lot- 
tie pichnrd'son. D Varnum. Kay 
and Annie Lorenzen, Dorothy Cal- 
vert Kay Johnatoo, Boa Braea, Nora 

Scutt. 

Messn. J. B. Sladsn. Major Gar- 
rard. R. Ballantyne. W. Murdoch, 
O. Barber. Len Wagstaff. F Francis, 



m^mtmmUr^m mTm Mm^ .wH ^ Langrldge B .Shore, H Peard. 8. 

Good oomMnations are black and „,„^ ^ Rrethm.r. r coiivcr n Hill. 



white, brown and yellow, red and 
white or red and bhie, chartreuse 

and white or chartreuse and brown, 
navy blue and dusty pink, navy and 
a lighter Una, and a soars of elhan. 

The twenty-Inch square of ma- 
terial is cut from corner to comer, 
and the bias s\(\r is rolled and^ 
henuned by hand. The two straight M 
sides an fringed and the ecarf is 
made. Linen and gingham for 
Summer sports, wool for the tweed 
suit, silk and chiffon lor 
moods. 



PRBSTON. Bng. (OP)— Lanea- 
shln education authorities passed a 
resolution Ulglnc the government 
to raise the sdMol-leaving age from 



A. Jeffries. K .Sparks. W Llnd. H 
Haan. B Holmes. Donald and Alan 
Baker. H. Dixon, V firaham, Stan 
and John Rowton. G. Douglas, B. 
Uveeay. H. Dmner. P. Ford. O. 
Miller. B. Levy. R. Nott, J. HameM, 
R. Maynard. R Hill. D Woodward, 
A fe( II. R Ward. L Evans. A Olew, 
Rice, R. Anderson .1 Ilavls V 
Raines, G. Hafer. Clmenre and 
Claude Sluggett, N. Anderson, R. 
and M. Kersey. R. Bagley. O. Roma. 
O. Tolson. J. and T. Brooks, f. 
Mnl». J. Greenhalgh, T. Bvtlar. W. 
Bird, D. Bird, and many othan. 



Wooden dips with metal initials 
and the arer-pgaw nt nauUcal an- 
9hor and pUotH wheel, an ssen on 



Metchosin 

Mr. DavU Mills, who has been 



^Colgate's of course — 

// cleans in 2 tmysJ 

"T TRIED lots of toothpastes. But it took 
± Coigsrc s tc prove how white my teeth could 
be. Less than 2 weeks after I staRad using it 
my teeth were whiter than they'd bean for TCanI" 
Col/fitc s cleans your teeth in 2 distinct ways. 

First I Colgate's penctncM into every ttnv 
oaricg. Claanggg yoor teeth tl^oughly. * 

Second > It polishes your teeth— widi 
the same ssfe ingredient roost dentists use. 

Wjrou've ocvcr used CoI|an's you really 
Mowd try k. Alieronry 10 days see how 

much lighter and brighter it keeps your 
teeth. And Colgste's has a deiijghtful 

Eeppermi'ac * 
reach, f 
refreshed 

Z^^^l^l" ON DCNTAU CMAM 
MCA»« THI SAME AS -STBlLfMO- 
ON*SN.VIR 



iM igfour ^ g»ge«ens vour 
laiiw yom momk cool mi 



SPUIAL 
tIcBorlaU 

«/•• Ait ttr ( »liatiS 

r.uv,, — 2Jc. 
M ad* ia Caaada 




• • • 

Mr. and Mrs T Weaver and Mr 
and Mrs. F. Hoptons and family 
l aosB t ly motored to Qolnsan. 



Langford 

Mnk Daane Fneaaan and two 
an vlslttng at Shawnlgan 
fl an the guesu of Mr. and 




Mrs. A. Bamlll. her daugl)!'" 
Mary, asid her eon, Frank, were 



few dav.n. has ntsnad to Ua home 

in Victoria. 



A surprise party was held for Mrs. . 

F,. Clillesple on her «eventv-.'.lxth y*""'"* *".'T*^??!??^'?f .T*^?"'' 

irthday. Ten members of the 
ladles' Guild and friends attended 
Aith glfu of flowers, etc, and with 
tha beat oC wishes for many more 
bhthdaya. 

Mr. and Mn. i, BiStbariand, who 
are camping at upper Campbell 
Lake, recently, vistted friends at 



Galiano Island 

The Amigas Club held an enter- 
tainment recently In the Oaliano 

Hall. Two short plays, directed by 
Mr. V. Zala. proved popular with 
the large audience. Those taking 
part In the plays were: Audrey 
ikCllls. Miss Baitara Twias. 
Dorothy Patience, Mi.s-s 
Whltaker. Miss Bdnina Morgan. 
Ml.^"; Paddy Fuller. Messrs K Page, 
R. Page, J. Page. J. Cvans and Nigel 
Morgan. Later supper waa aarved 
and a 



Lake dmlnt tha MMaya. 



Mr. Dlcksoo, 
children, has left for 



by hia 



Qoalicuin Beach 

Mr and Mr*. W. H. Davles, of 
Vancouver, have been mtandlng a 
at thetr 8 



Miss A. Wilson and Mrs P Phll- 
pots, of Vancouver, an at their 



• • • - 

Mrs. B> Btewart haa anlvad from 

Duncan to join Mr Stewart and 



Mr. and Mrs. Clements, of Tie- 
torla, recently .i^pent a \<-m days at 
their cottage on thr I«.land Highway. ^1* .'on at their new home on Fern 
, . . Road MLw Dorothy Slewar!. who; 

An enjoyable bridge party was has been i^tT"^'"! the U.B.C, Isl 

Md i iB H» Bi tte UHaa Oi*lal» Ban I 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 

Permanent Waving of jJll^Br^^ 



' $050 

SPECIAL CROQUINOLK 



$050 

GLORIO CROQUINOLR 



$coo 

REALISTIC CROQUINOLK 



ALL GUARANTEED AND TESTED BEFORE WAVING 
IF TOUR HAnt IS NOT BBCOMINO TO YOU, TOU SHOULD BB COMflfO TO MB 
^ A SPECIAL CROQUINOLE MONTH FOR JUNE ONLY 



709 Fort 



Bert Waude Hairdressing - 

WRBBB TOUR HAIR IS TB8TBD ME90RB WAVINO 



Phond 



'I'lll'. UMI.Y rOI.OMST, \-ICTORIA, B C, SrxnAY, Jl'N'K 10, lO.W 



11 



'''Tmnkle Toes'' Revue 
Outstandine Success 

Well-Fill*"*! Theatre Knthiir^iahtieully Deiiioiihtraleh 
Approval <if Kxtrava^uiiza IVodueed hy Duroth^ 
"^ ilnun uf Kut»»iau Ballel School Here 




More than 1,300 persons appUuded 
br« outeUndlBf 



*~^*^*Hfr Tftl vlfift/» oil 



musical PxtrMifMM. prr-Kcntrd by 
Dorothy WUMib iC tbf Ruuun Bal- 
Irt .School^ In IIM 
TbcaU*. 



Dorte litlUn, Annt Ool- 

Bfth ColliMm. Mary Aylard 
MarU Salmon, P«fg7 Joan 

Mulholland Hrvprly WaUson Chrts 
tine Hurnble. Joan Ftddington. 



Uson 
Ina 



Mid A BotMBllaB WittB^ 



I'ttbel Thoiiia.s. Mabel SanRSter. Toi 
IfstUla^ to III, rmmftlilP ^ WUUaou, Florence Hobday, l»a- 
that this clewr ensemble of dancers ^ Okjr. MMejr WU«m. Buzette 
fMrtbiished In their la.si i , v ur Baker, Unsil* McKtoito, Dmpb Miir- 
"HHi)i)v hwt ■• Kivri a year a«o The' ay, Kathefine Anfua, IfaqjMrt WU- 

ni-inory i-f thai prod i let Ion ^ sufcejHh ' "^>'i. <"''lnrla Kendtli MnMlk Ad- 

apparenUy was fresh In th« mind* •""■'^ J""" <^ 



thcatrc(ocrs, 

lllKht'.«s si.pport 

Probably the only 
turc. If It can Ix' mi 



temed, Is tbat 



Rostm&ry Farrow. Ian OlUson. Isa- 
MU Btaaon. Honor Banaoa. Patsy 
LM MmAM. Adri* Ouwti. a«na- 
dlne Patterson, Inna TaSk, Bottjr 



there Is only on-- performanw Un- J oore. Florence RuRgles. Malsle Wll- 
quesUonably the attendant.- and ih.- Kl.imr lih' i.pard I'hyllle 

tnthiMlMW ot the appteuse that 



mated "Tirtakl* IW ims taidica- 

ttrt 01 Victoria's •pprad«M«i of tli»ijUt<U « Jify*ou i*U; .y><y*« 
•rtlKs' accompUitaBMBlt. ~~ " ' * 

MOmtLAnMO KKWE 

Hm p w f on u MWt wm ■ dn tl ll a tlng , 
toneful, ffraeefnl and ttraty. Ifcere 
wa.s no at any staft. Tt»e 

produciion haii tnuch of the profes- 
sional touch It Is one thing to 
dance cleverly, or to have an ac- 
•onpUabed group ol highly-trained 
iMMCn. But it la InflDltaljr more 
mdltaMs to to Abla to fH those 
dancers Into a production scheme, 
with costumes that would be a credit 
to any professional troupe, and with 
stage settings which left nothing to 
it dsslrid- 

, In tlis ooDtinulty, too, keen dla- 
esmment was Aown of wtet was 

nfro^.%ATy to hold each act together 
ar> to achieve a co-ordinated 
wh' :» The performance waa trujy 
O personal triumph for Dorot^ 
while each act provided its 
for tbs vartoiis solo- 



THE ARTISTS 
The following srtl&ts took part: 
IMsr flolmoa, Andrew Cantrell 
Maurice PoUard. LomlBS Stooker, 
Norma Dunn. Beryl NatlOB, Phflllpa 
McLaren. Betty Joan Elworthy, Mar- 
rloTi Harrus. Pamela Moorhou.se. Dor- 
eei: Wil.son. .Joan Hutchl.son. Shirley 
Oameron, Margaret Hodson. Dagmar 
Bsndrodt, Msmlo WUaon, Diane Hlb- 
tardi Hilary Costls. Tmy Oastle. Pat 



liarn.i, 
Molly 



Kuth Adaiu:) (iwen I'hoinas, 
I'honia.s .Joscphuie Wilson, 



Potty Bofd 
Foster, Moriot Orssr, Daphne Sut- 
ton, lUnr Wtekson, Jean Ray, Peggy 
Sheppard, Myra Batchelor, Jo Wil- 
son, Joyce Milady^ Dudley Wlckett, 
Wynne 8haw, Maureen Yates, Shir- 
ley Moel. Pat HutchlsoD, Doree Trev- 
ett. Duleio Bamlst. Mth Cuming, 
Dolly Brodahaw, Mblly MeCalltun. 
Audrey Twrtves, Ann Trump, Mar- 
Jora Kldd, Betty Enoch, Bethel 
Thomas, Joan Rebltt, Phyllis Addi- 
son, zoe Mllilood. oad Lm Wag- 
staffs. 

The Instructors of the artists were 

Dorothy Wil.son. principal: Doreen 
Wilson, Wynne Shaw and Len Wag- 
staffe. 

RPEriALLY rOMMENDFn 

To mention all the .solo dancers, 
and those who took part.s In dui 
and small groups, apart from the 
laiis choruses In any specific man* 

does not pel nit of indrytcnial com- 
ment. However, there are a few 
who. by virtue of their outstand- 
ingly accomplishi (I pfrlonnances. 
are deserving of special commenda- 
tion. They are Doreen Wilson, 
Phyllis Addison and Ian Gibson. 
Dudley wiekstt. tsaor aoldBt. also 

should he among thosi dSSHTVlaff of 

particular reference. 

At the close of the performance, 
the front of the stage was lined 




glft£ 



To M tM Wf tiM nsrtem 

also is impoftslble. but a few of thetii 
are sufncienl tu give a general pic- 
ture of what the perfomOBOS Was 

iiks. Ttm cuciata flist loss on a 

ixH-t unity of Introducing several 
Miow dance* "The Little Dutch 

Mill \»a.s anotlier very pretty ^cene, 
With Uie iriill backKruiuid and danc- 
ers In Dutch cootumes. A gypsy 

also 

OlOB- 

ing scene to tliO flnt part wai> 
cliarrnln^. It WOS S fairy Ule 
st-enc !ro»n the I)oull«n. and the 
were quite interpretative. 
Tbs sseond part of the pro- 
grsBuao opsnod with a group of 
Spantak and Lotln Amsrioon dsnces. 
with settings to ghrs ths correct 
background. A Russian setting was 
cleverly devl.sed for the dances ol 
this country, while the finale was a 
spectacular effect In sliver and gold. 
Possibly tho most spoctoealar dance. 
liowoTSf, was Vbt BspflBsB* per- 
formed by Phyllis AdMM^Jkbad 
a fire effect, which MBMbted 



upon iifrallv 

longed applause. 



pro- 



Every moderti improvement has beefi added to this 
McQary range. The beauty of its smooch, all-porcelain 
finish fluket it otiWMiding. It is cndM .bf wooms 

who know, as being one of the finest cooldqg tanges 

on the market. For your own satisfaaion compare 
these mechanical fcatiues found in this McClary range: 




ALL -PORCELAIN 
ENAMEL FINISH 

As smooth at 
fine china ! The 
origiaal lustrous 
' rtuty of the 
I a nee will last — 
will keep its 
hsndsomo appcaraoco for its Ufa- 
time of use. Even the oven is 
porcelain enamel line! i^rou^h- 
onc Thus it is cxticmdy^cuj to 
Iteep dcaa and tidy. 



"Hic "Venti-Blast" linings— of re- 
markable dutabUiqr—ara designed 
to carry super-hosnd air over die 

top of the firr, igniting all surplus 
gases. This (sn^e is an efficient 
solt<oaI buncr, f^Tiog top ootcfa 

rev ; (torn 



l\m SAVE.COAL 
GRATES 

^ Specially designed for 
' the use of soft or 



Bra re Dofj; to 
AUend Show 



"Kim." the brave, bit? coUie whose 
barking aroused his family ju.st m 
time for them to escape when their 
houss was rseently dsstroyod by fire 
at Saanlch. is to bo a Vlsltar at the 
forthcoming pet Show, to bs held 
under the ausplce.s of H.M.S. Reso* 
luUon Chapter, I.O.DJ;.. on Satur- 
day afternoon, at St. Michaels 
acbod grounds. Windsor and 
Hampshlrs Beads, Oak Bay. 

VMtoca should take either an 
Oak Bay bus or Oak Bay street car. 
get ofl at Hampshire Road, and 
walk two blocks towards the sea 
All d'>K.i must be on the lead, cats 
and small *«iw«»i« in baskets or 
sultahls esBU l asw, lad birds 
caged. The entrance fos wlU admit 
pets to any class, and thors will be 

a prize for 
ably housed 

( la.sjscb will be as follows: Pets 
shown by children under six; pets 
shewn bir ehllfton between six and 
ten; pots Shown bgr children from 
ten to Xonrtoen; best-cared -for pet. 
shown by anyone; largest pet; 
smallest pet; fancy costume class, 
with prize for best dressed owner 
and pet: bast performing pst; most 
ortftaal pst, and The Victoria Dally 
Oolenlst Oup for best pet in the 
show. "Hiere will be prizes in each 
.section, as well a.s a brim pie and a 
fish pond. Ice cream and candles 
will be on sale, and a happy after- 
noon Ot fun has bsen planned. 

■Shibttors aad psto wlU be ad- 
mitted to ths grounds at 3:30 p.m.. 
Judging to begin promptly at 3 
o'clock. Colonel Davidson, of Elk 
Lake, vice-president of the Victoria 
city Kennel Club, is to Judge, and 
other Kennel Club officials will be 
on hand. All p soess ds will be used 
for ths ehaplarli worit la the 
River. 



Gladys 
Glad 

On Beauty 



Tkt FIRE BOX 



The Fire Box it 
the result of 
years of exper- 
ience in range 
building. It is 
the exact 

heicht, width 
and depth to 
produce the 
Dcst results 
from the smallest amount of fuel. 





ASK FOR A 
DEMONSTRATION 



lignite eoal. The grate 
cog^ arc close together 
to prevent the fine coal 
MSB fiUling through 
lioto the ash pan. It is 
easily operatecL These 
grstes aft siyplied wbsa leyeswd 
without extn charge. 

NO FINFR 
COOKING RANGE 

Has s grand oven and the cooking 
top is eouippcd with sudi features 
as the 'TJon-5>oorch" Giver and 
the Griddle Plate. There's no 
delajr or waiting when large meals 
sre to be prepsred.'^A great help 
on baking days. Soc these fine 



M^'CIary 



CQAL..rfW00O 

RANGES 




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FurtMcctta 




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fltwater WIeteHa. taaaMi. 0«tf Mands. Wast Caaat. 

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war* Co. 



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McQw7llai«t 



It seems to me that every year 
the serssn bssomas mees and more 
Important as a fashion and beauty 
medium. Back in the days of be- 

mriustached vilUan.s and exotic 
vMinp.'i most of the clothes wore on 
tlx- M lecn were far too exaggerated 
and estrsae for anyons ever to be 
aUs to copy. But tha serssn stars 
of today gai% tbsmsslMS more 
practically. 

U 1.S & good plan, therefore, to 
watch the film actresses. For if 
anyone knows how to gown herself 
to enhanos the lovlnoss of hsr 
Agurc. If s the aterate serssn star. 

She knows which styles to adopt 
and which to dUscard; which fa.sh- 
ions she can wear and which .<^he 
Should avoid. Her main object is 
10 bstaff out tbs fuU beauty of her 
figure. And so she studies her lines 
—and gowns her8>?lf accordingly. 

The woman who has no idea of 
proper gowning can do a great deal 
to lncrea.se her loveliness by study- 
Uig ths stars of ths dnsma. U you 
ars tn this eiass, howevsr, and wish 
to- adopt screen stylos for your own 
wear, remember always to be yoUT' 
self. Pick out the star or .slar.s who 
are most like your own type, and 
limit your studlss to them. If you 
are of tho saaM tlFpe as Ann Hard- 
ing, for Instanee, dent spoil your 
madonna-Ilke beauty hv copying 
those frilly, ultra-frmininc styles 
that Loretta Young wears so well. 
Stlok to slnpUdty of lines. If you 
ars ths subtls. suave, glaaMrous 
typs llhe Oonnis Bennett, don't 
adopt the severly-tailored costumes 
that so become Norma Shearer. 
Stick to smart, sophisticated styles. 
If you're tall, get your fa.shion hints 
from soBSSons like Kay FrancU. 
And If yott'ps Short. Sidney Foe U a 
good Individual for you to study. 

Tlvre s no, denying that proper 
gowning docs a great deal to In- 
crease the loveliness of the female 
form divine. Impeoper SBSfumlng 
can make a woman look gawky or 
dumpy or matronly or any number 
of other unplea.sant things fio the 
woman who does not know how to 
gown Ivrseir properly, and has no 
Other source of Infonnation. should 
sMr tkoee vlw do 
laam br foad enmpls! 



CnOIB HAR PARTY 
A dsUghtful time was spent on 
by the members of 
City Church Choir 
jmd ttMlr friends. Supper, pro- 
vided by ths ladlca of the church 
and aervwl under the convener.vhlp 
of Mrs Raynor, was much enjoyed. 
Af tsrwards. a social tlms was spent. 

Ur. L. 

vh^ solos by Miss Le Page, were 
given, all ably accompanied hy Miss 
Bale Fryatt. to whom a pr«aenta- 
tkm was made by the president of 
thsjthe choir. Mr. W. », Weidih telng 
lite 



■k at 



V.I.. 



M. TsiMi A 
rswoMBIvsrCo. 



Action Design Is Popular 




Courlfu Stein an-1 Tllnli\« 

Left, Red and Whits Print Silk Frock; Right, Cirs Striped Brown 



Mr usarnt 

This is to be a sheer Summer. You 
can have yoiur pick of materials— 
iiattiai or ntmw or oombina- 

oTMo of fsm^^ fssf an 
are thm and ally aa • ft— msr 

breese. 

Net is the big news from Paris 
for Summer ensembles. The new 
nets have body and won't stretch 
out of .vhapc and j-poil the plan the 
drr.«;smaker had when she or he 
made the smartest of costumes. 

Right now, however, betoet the 
dog days havs earns, the printed silk 
frock Is having Ita day. Prints arc 
colorful and gay as tha tulips, cro- 
cuses, vlolsts and daffodils that 
bloom in the garden, and dainty as 
the Spring beauties, hepatlcas and 
other delicate posiM thai hide m 
the w oods. 

Just such a print is shown at the 
left of the picture. It Is a red and lines. 



white print with tiered skivt, the 
tiers piped in red. A crisp hand-em- 
broidered lingerie vestee adds ad- 
dltknal freshness to thto ehlo frock 
Worn with It Is one of lbs new 
•'e s>twhse l''.haU with a tiny bunch 
of ftowen pfttshsd on tho wide brim. 

Just a word about gloves for Sum- 
mer. They're as sheer a.s the frocks 
and Rults. They are shown In Paris 
In all .sorts of dressy fabrics, geor- 
gette gloves belHK the newest 

The graceful dress for formal 
wear at the right expresses move- 
ment—that symbol of the Spring 
season of 1934. It Is fashioned of 
drs striped brown organdie with 
while "angei wing" sleoms and a 
ot i^kki ending in 



a "fUhtair trate. It's a formal 
frock that would become the sweet 
young thing and ttve okler woman 
who has maaagsd le fotam slsnder 



Dedication of School 
Chapel HeldU p-Island 

Bi»hop Schoflcld Of fidatet at Ceremony at Qtteen 
Margaret^t Sc1mm>1, Dnnean^NatiTe Woodt 
Ufed ia fis ConstnictioB 



TWO SERVICES 



THAT FILL EVERY NEED 

III kc(|iinj.4 uiili our poluv of an cstablisliiiiciil to 
met I tlic needs of cvt i y [uiuun, we maintain two 
distinct types of service. 



PJUITORIUM STANDARD 



SPRADLIN'S 
PmiANBNT 
MOTHPSOOPINO 



Oderleaa. 

hamloss, not affected by 
dry slsaning or washing. 



DRY-CLEANING SERVICE 

♦ 

From one of the most up-to-date dry cleaning 
« plants in Western Canada we offer a sefvice that 
renews the life of suit, dress or fabric, banishing 
dirt and stains, restoring the original freshness. 
Every worker in our plant is an expert, each a spe- 
cialist in his own department. T'or efficiency, con- 
venience and true sa\iiij.j the ['antoriuill Standard 
Service is relied upon by thousands. 



.PRICES- 



Ladiss' or Men's Salts. fl.OO 
Overcoats of all weights 

from »i oo 

Men's Tuxedos «X.OO 



Raincoats fi.OO 

W 

Silic and Wool 
from...._ 91. OO 



Ladies' 
Dre 



PANTORIUM ECONOMY SERVICE 



NOTBI 

Pantorium Dys Worha 
in no way oomwossd wMh 
any ellwr dry-dssaiag sa- 
in Ike chjr. 



THKOUOH OUK DOWNTOWN STORES 

These branch stores are coTivcniently located in order to 
serve those patrons who wish to make use of our economy 
service, operated on a cash-and-carry basis. 



SUITS 
COATS 

PLAIN DRESSES 



45c 



CASH 

AND 

CARRY 



For the convenience of our customers our Standard service 

is available throupfh our downtown stores. Just legVf yoUf 
garments there, they will be delivered. 



DUNCAN, June •.— Tbe dedication 
of the hew chapel tmflt to oonnoc- 

tlon with Quern Margaret's School« 
Diuic.^ii. took place thi.s afternoon, 
Rt. Rev. C. D Srhoflrld. Bishop of 
Columbia, coming from Victoria to 
officiate. Rev. Arthur Blschlager, 
vicar of 81. JOIin'a and sobool chap- 
plain, took tho sarrles, and In tlw 
chanosl were Rev. H. F. Napier, Rev. 
B. O. Robathan. of Chemalnus, 
and Rev. W. S. Q O S k^Wtl , Ot OOW- 
ichan Bajr. 

to aoeommodate ths Unmsnss 
crowd, which could not get Into the 
chapel, amplifiers were placed ao 
that the .v^rvlrc ronld be hrard by 
all. The school choir was specially 
trained for the ocra-slon and the 
girls' Toloes In the hymns and an- 
tbsm wsro partletdarly swssl. 
or NATIVE woons 

Queen Margaret's Chapel Is 
onique In many waya. The first 
foundation block was pal In less 
than a year ago. In July. IMS. Built 
entirely of native wood.s. the wall."! 
ara of peeled and varnL'-hrri fir logs, 
the roof of cedar .shakes, tlie floor. 
Inside walls and celling of hemlock, 
and the altar rails of selected arbu- 
tus cut Iqr membsrs of tbe staff. 
The chota* stalls are partMiilarly fine. 
They are made of maple and yellow 
cedar and arc the work of O. H. 
Savage. White pine ha.s been u!»ed 
In the vestry The pew.* are only 
temporary, It being the desire of the 
school not to put In any psrmanent 
flxtnrs until something fine and 
flttlnK \% obtainable. The tem- 
porary pews are Interesting, as they 
are of sawB aaapls logs and alder 
planks. 

Tha east window, the gift of Di- 
ana Spencer, is very beautiful. Made 
of sUlned glass, the school crest has 
been Inroriwrated In thr mntrr 
Is a plrrr of colored Bla.vi havlns the 
head of a woman wearlnR a Rold 
crown. This glass was the gift of 
Mr. Blschlagor and was picked up 
by him during ths wa^. outslds the 
cathedral at Arras. Mr. Blsddager 
al.'o donated the harmonium, and 
St. John's Church, Duncan, con- 
tributed the lectern 

ALTAB ORNAMCNTS 

The altar ornaments are IhlnRs 
of beauty The altar crow wa.s sent 
from England, thr (jlft of Mrs. E B. 
Denny. The v^ses were given by a 
fonnsr pupil. Mrs. C Olaspla. for- 
maff Wm Poppy Bsals, Ot 
and tbs eandlssUcks a gift 
Mrs. W. M. Madachlan. Mrs. 
Charles Elverson (ravr a beautiful 
collertlon plate Madr In Victoria 
by Maurice Carmlchael. it has the 
school motto. •Senrlte Ptortlter." 
part of tha school crssi and the but- 
tercup, the sdiool flowor. smb odlad 
In the design. Tbe aKar frooM Is 

the work of Miss I. Oreenwood. who 
motirted i«ome fine old embroidery, 
the dlfl of Miss Martcarrt Ravage, 
on white k>rocade to fom tbe ex- 

Was the orlg- 
taua arektteel for ths building A 
great deal of the drslsn and ar- 
rangements for the Interior are due 
to the \intlrlng and enthusiastic 
work of Mr. Cbarleton Stone. Under 
his direction. Ow Iraa WD(t for the 
electric fittings were Mlds ai Rill- 
cTosi bi a 



smith and Bam Williams. The lan- 
terns for the chancel are made to 
rsssmbls old shepherds' lanterns, 
and tho other fittings are In 

keeping. 

Various "bees " have been held by 
members of the school, and old 
boys ^ tbs acboot, Gordon Stone 
and Mtaehael Dwyer, spsnt sersral 

days dllni' woodwork. 

INTtRESTING BOOK 

An InteresUng book. "The History 
of the Building of the Chapel. " ha^ 
been compiled, beginning with the 
word.s. "In work for Ctixl there are 
generally three .stages — First 'Impos- 
sible.' then 'difficult.' thsB 'datoa.'" 

As a tbankoffsrlng for the many 
beaullfal gifts reeelTcd, the collec- 
tion today will all l>e donated to thr 
Diocesan Sunday school -by -post 
ftad. 



Y.W.C.A. Notes 



PHONE 
E7i5S 

FORT at 
QUADRA 




OP CANADA 
LTD. 



Cash and 
Carry Service 
Beonemjr Strvict 
Stoni 



No. l-«37 PORT ST. 
Na 2—707 YATB8 ST. 




Married Couple 
Given Reception 



The foUewtag nMettags wlU be 

held this week: Wednesday, at 3:30 
pjD., hou.se committee; Thtu'sday, 
at 1:30 pm. annex committee; 
Thursday at 2:30 p.m. finance 
committee; Friday, at 2:30 pjn.. 
board of directors. 

n.OSING BANQUET 
A barfquet marked thr closing of 
the Winter artivltirs for the girls' 
clubs of the Y.W.CA. A dsUgbtful 
programme was saJogFod hf Ike dnb 
members, 
guests. 



Wife Preservers 




Put bacon In cold water for thros 
or four akMrtea kafoes ftfh«. B 
pesvsnts ths grsoss froas raontng 
and gives the baeon a finer flavor. 

In making honey cookies, sift the 
soda with the flour and sploes, add 
to ths eggs and keosgr. Than fold 
in tho nula aad MM wfeMi kaTs 



Mrs. Louis flehaala gave a de- 
lightful reception, on Friday eve- 
ning, at the home of Mrs. James 
X^twlsUe, 2912 Prior Street. In honor 
of Mr. and Mrs. John Lucerell, bride 
and groom, whoss marriage took 
plaos, rsosnUy, ki ■ s alU s. Mr. and 
Mrs. Luesrsll stood iBdsr a bell of 
roses to receive the good wishes of 
the Ruests. and later In the evening 
they were presented with a lovely 
Beleek sandwich tra... Mrs. LucercU 
also rsoelvod a pretty colonial bou- 
quet, ahd aadi guast wore a but- 
tonhole fsfor. Hm bouquet and 
favors wore made and presented by 
Mrs. Victor OsUs. 

BrMfS was plairad during ths eve- 
ning, and Mter dandng and music 
were enjoyed. The winners for tha 
bridge were Mr. G. Peaooek, Mr. A. 
Herburger. Mr. and Mrs. G. Up- 
ward and Mr.s G. Uough. Miss 
Christine Schmelt sang very sweetly 
"X Love You Truly." Tbs supper 
table was eSeeltvelsr arrangad with 
a bridal motif of a small bride and 
groom and vasss of pink roses. A 
large Ice cream eaka was eiHI^ the 
bride. 

Ths guests kMtadod: Mr. and Mrs. 
James Kntwistle. Mr. and Mrs. a 
Upward. Mr and Mrs. O. Oough. 
Mr. and Mrs Victor Rolfe. Mr. and 
Mrs. O Peacock. Mr and Mrs. J. 
Hogg. Mrs A. Troughton. Mrs. T. 
A. Janssn, Mrs. O. W. Burnett, Miss 
Marjorle Bwaelt. Miss Annie Held. 

Ms Lovlsa Janasn. Miss Christine; 
Sehmels, Miss Kathleen Burnett.' 
Mr. A. Herburger. Mr A Trough- ' 
ton. Mr. Lsslls fiitwlstle and Mr 



Girl Guide Notes 



CHEMAINVS OUIDKg 
First Chemalnus Ouldes returned 
from a week-end camp, at Lants- 
vlUe. with ths First Nanatano Com- 
pany. OeaHs, fsBr daaolBg. swim- 
ming and Softball were enjoyed. 
Miss C. Praser. holder of the 
diploma of the Royal Llfe-SavIng 
Society, was the swimming super- 
visor. The following 
Ufe-aaveia, D. 



When soft-knlttsd underwear Is 
worn out and tA be used for clean- 
ing rloths, don't forget to rrmove 

the buttonsk Tbejr ssar. If Mt on. 




Next time you 
sprinkle the top with 
wheat flakes, crumbled. 



To pleaas ths houss guest, ssrv* 
hsr brsokfsal orange Jaise ta a 
smaa gkM Milk k Mil «C crushed 
lee 



badge. Thelma Pee. Barbara Salter. 
Joyce Atkinson. Mary Palmer 
i Dorrrn McDowell. Joan Salter and 
Jessie Barclay, of Nanalmo. and K. 
Adam, May Robinson. Gladys Cook 
QraeU. ot r^WMkiMi 

Thomeycroft and Clara Klrk- 
kam. the multa being aa follows 
Natural history. Sylvia Dicklnaon. 
Thelma Fee. Mary Palmer, Oertnide 
Dean. Jessie Barclay, .loycelyn 
DanMlB. Naltts LsSinage and Mar- 
jorlo »ailis«. Ot Wawslmw; firs 
lighting. Nora McOowell NelUo 
LsStrange. Dorothy Buxtona. and 
LUhan Drits. of Nanalmo. 

Campflrea were an enjoyable part 
of the outing, and a mock poUatch 
was held, seek patrol oanUibutli« 
a danes and aeng to the aarassment 
of the onlookers The Che^ark 
trlhs won Xlxst plaea. A wosahlp 



A La France Coiffure 

(AHnbine§ the Uut wordinUyle uMi 
years of experience • • • 



I iidcr thr management of Mmc. 
Milea tlie La l*'rancc lioauty Salon 
offers indivifluality and di.stinction 
in the latest mode of hairdress, exc- 
Ctlted hy skilled operators workitijf 
with modern and up-to-date equip- 
ment. 




La Fraiict Scalp 
TraatnMiita 

win oorrr( t tiir fellowhig 

• Oily Hair Condition 

• Dandruff 

• Dry aa4 Lifeless 

Hair 

'llif-c sjirciali/rd trcaf- 
niciits iiiuirr the supervi- 
sion of Mme. Miles will 
care for all your scalp 



Our2forlOffcr... 

.So grcijt lias l)ccti tlie re- 
sponse to our 2'i<>r-\ pfriiia- 
iient special that wr hitvc dc 
cided to confiiuir it for 
THREE MORE DAYS. 

MONDAY. TUBtOAT 
AND WEDNESDAY 

5 '6 8 10 

Hring a fricn4 and get two 
for tns price of one. 
fse Year 
O ti 



LADIES' AND CHILDREN'! 
HAXICUTTINO 



FINGER WAVING 
MARCELLING 

FACIALS 

HAIR BLEBCHINO 
HAIR DYEING 

This department ia conducted by Mr. Miles, ofifering a 
■HYiod fklldd upon hf huadradd* 



LADIM' 

360 



CMILOItBirt 



LA FRANCE 
BEAUTY iALON 

FLirCHniUILDINO 
lltO Dvuflid tt PhMM 07443 

Entrance Throngh Mask Store. EicTstor Sorvks Direci 




senrios was held around a campllrc. 

Tho ramp was In charge ot ths 
follovtag ofOosrs 




Mka M. Thomey- 
croft. aseond-ClsaB wortt and recrsa- 
tlon and MIm M Cook, canteen. 
The Plrst Chemalnus Ouldes wish to 
thank all who p r o flds d transporta- 
tion, and to Dr. O. A. B. Ball for ths 
oso of his BMHser kaasa. and to the 
nrst NanaMM <MiM See 
thaai to 




O. 

the marriage of 
Patricia, to Mr. 
Alks fft PIbs. on Saturday. 
s.at 



lands annmir>ce 
their daughter. 



Newlands la a 

iths lau DonaM 



12 



Tin: DAILY COLONIST, VICTOIHA. B.C., SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 



Enthusiasm Increases 
In Pho tograp h Contest 

'Amatonn SdmulalMl by Example 8«l hf Eriie- 
winnm During Mondi of Umy-^Jmam Cmb- 
ptitton Ewfam d %9 Dwwr Mow B a ftr W 



18 

11 00 

tl:M 



12 00 
12 JO 
1 00 



Vancouvfr lAland have caui^W lin-, 
Inm tbe example bet by tlM P<^' 
^li ptjj* iB Tba Dally Ooloatet Ama- 

IfUf ItoaP*-'"'^ rnniiv>t!tlr)n for the 
jionfll o< May. l'lcluIt•^ ^ii' rolling 
IB for the June judging hikI they 
KomlM to rtval cloMly Uuwe nuw 
sppe«rlac In tlM |Mtp*r. Mptranis 
f,,. ii. tAcnty-nlne prli«s otttwd 
eatii iiiouUi, during June, Joly 
Augijjst. are showing originality and 
ymriety in tlie *nlries submitted. 

TULt contest Is oir^ .'or subject in- 
taiMl primarUjr, Um only require- 
ment btinc that tlM picture be of 
Mjfficlent ctortty loc reiwoducUon. 
Apnrt from th»t the anmiMhot la 
judKPd on points of Interest, thus 
ttirowlng the comiJelltlon open for 
tka tyro and expert aiiio 

I^it cUic* the announce- 

ment otttmUar piim wtonera. the 
pictures lubmlttad oortrtd a wide 
range of subjects. Mlas Gladys WU- 
bore. Durhess Street, .srnt a fine 
picture oi tba dogwood m full bloa- 



v m Jackson Hanbjr w b iltt a d • 
,u.H) of a h\jge cod. oaofht oCf 

Hm u'wixhI IhHt inu.st si fii to bt 
believed. fYom Duiu an crtini- a 
series of views around yiuiinuhan 

f j tt t. takan by O. Simpsfin. w. A 
Robertaoo, PaaabTCka eteaet. en- 
tered a snap of two itnafa P^. < 

horM- and deer. wWdi are In 

.s«-l)aniblf .Scenes around Albernl 
were entered by Mrs, Lyman Hainp 
Alia Road. 

mm PaikavUla oama an add pic 
ture of a aat n lwi nlHg kitten 
to iis homa up ft t«maly-fook ladd 
sent in by «. U Moilllat. Two happy 
youngslt-r.s on tha bea' h l.s the sub- 
ject chosen by Mrs. Rubmson, Port 
Albeml, while the tot In Mr.s p D 
weeka' antiy !■ abaorbad with hu 
toy aoldieri. B. Dieapa rtrar , Broad 
street, sent a lofrtf fUmpaa of tha 
Cowlchan River and C. Massl"'" 
Dune<lln Street. ha.s caught a mem- 
^bar ol the younger set In the act 
of reaching for a bottle. D schoies 
DaTle Street, aant a baautUui view 
of the Oorge. 



Harden. dlracQM CTbM. 

T»»l. fc»rllo«4» 

> m — Cooeart AstUU, 
« in If elodlaiuu 
Cljrd* Doarr. 




1:M 



llim Hsln. t»nor 
noon r>ion Krnnvdr. ocganlit 
P m Valmrr Cl«rk • Orcheilr* 
P m «uii<t«r Vnperi. Dr P»ul 
SciMrer, maia quaiUtU. dUMtkn K 

■ Oo. 



Leaps From High Bridge 



1 00 

S 20 

4:00 
S:St 

i.se 

• DO 

•:te 

TOO 
VM 

i-.n 

Trie 

( 00 



rin. barltonr 

pm Randrjv'M,- i» 'rill.* « ninl» 

auartvltr. urch«*lfa. diracuoa Joaapli 
Oalllcrhlo 

p.m.^atbollc How: 

Ufa. aj. 

Ii.ai.— aiiwablc Hoatt. 

rtctlon J Hornlk 
p m PanfJ from tl.r 
Alton PhUllpa. raadar: 
contraH«l iMlfWMal 
p n.— .^RScra atrtim 



Bev. Banui 



di 



Book nt IJfe: 
Ann* Olandrr. 



Pra- 



*ln'a Orrhe'tr* rnent •tar^ 

p.m. -Bakf " Hi .ip i- Pnin^r, 
romadlan (I' lr NrUon'i Orchntra' 
and Harrfi Milliard. v«eaU«t. 
p.m. — Jlinmla Durante. comadlan 
BaMMfTs Oreboatra. . 
P.M.— Maahattan Marry-Oo-Round 



Tamirn. RiiiiRtan blue* 
trtO: nmiil PrrcT. barl 
Banard 5 orcbaatra. 
p.m. — Album tt 
fMak Munn. tSMti 



mair 

lurs 



Mualc 
Ilea 

Brwh 
■hes 



•rehrs 

Mward 

idrd 




Jfl n 



Radio Progranunes 

m»n of achadule of victoria and 
OUmt raoUto Ooaat auttona 



TODAT 

9.30 ajn.-nia Onmplnsliy Trio 
ndu play SAobartfli "Trio in B 

nat," o\inn 99, during the broad- 
caat recital over Columbia stations. 
XOLkKVI. 

11 ftJD.— The great acbubert "Un- 
finlihed Symphony* will ba pre- 
sented by Howard Barlow and the 
Columbia Symphony Orchestra, 
during the regular Sunday mom- 
lag "Brapbony Hour." kol. kvi. 

t pjar-Th$ dlMBatlMd version of 
tte life of XiBpvlal Maaria'a "Peter 
the Great," prepared fcy Cdward 
Lynn, will return to Columbia net- 
WorkM after an air absence of aev- 
«na «wka. KOL. KVI. 

4 pjBv— The aeooDd perfonnance 
of nroloo of Ootambla," tba gay 
Sundtof afternoon revue. wUl be 
broadeaat with George Jessel, 
Broadway comedian, a:s ma.ster of 
MNBlonlaa. Some seventeen stars 
wffl take pari ID tha btoadeaat 

KOL. KVI. 

4 p.m.— featured by an overture 
of Isharn Jonea" hits. Rublnoff and 
jlmmle Durante will be heard In 
tbebr regular broadcast. KOMO. 

• pjDu— The magnificent "Great 
■trvtea." by WUllam Byrd. wlU be 
tha hlghllcht of the Canadian 
broadcast "Within the Abbey." 

CRCV. 

6:30 p.m.— Those Incomparable 
woiedlans, Edward Everett Horton 
and ZaSu Pitta. vlU be guart artists 
on thl* wwk'a -Hall ol Tar-" 

KOMO. 

7:15 p.m.— An old German folk 
flong. Introduced by herself, will be 
^ft f by liftl1f«"* Ernestine Schu- 
aMan-Mok. wbaa aha la heard in 
• special bx«adeaat for Wart Coast 
listeners. KOMO. 

7:30 p m Baby Leroy, one of the 
cleverest baby actors In the Holly- 
wood film world, will appear on Co- 
lumbta'a "Forty-Five Minutes in 
Hollywood" programme. KOL» KVI, 

KSL. 

8:15 p.m.— Russ Oolumbo, crooner, 
will Inaugurate a new series of pro- 

fn- N !^ C. KOMO. 



Party" will begin a new 
Ot Monday broadcasts, Don 
Novls and Ftanoea L angford wlU 
also be heard In these prognunmea. 

KOMO. 

6 pJOj—h musical salute to the 
19S4 Ontury of Progreaa Exposition 
WlU be paU by Morgan L. ■aatanan's 

Orchestra during the "Oamatloo Re- 
vue." KOMO. 

7:30 pjn. — Starring Gladys 
SwarthflMt, yovag Metropolitan 
Opera meao-soprano, the aaoond In 
a new series of "Voice of FIreetone 
proKramme.s will be heard from New 
York. BUI Daly s Orchestra will ac 

company tha tfagar. komo. 

7:30 pjn— Diapenatog hto uaual 
dUtliKtlve danee tunea, j nfc 

will present his orchestra from the 
Hotel Pierre In New York. C.R.C, 
networks. CRCV. 

7:46 pm. — Another programme of 
lighter elaariea will be presented by 
Howard Barlow and the Coliunbla 
Symphony Orchestra, during the 
Musical AlbOB' 
KVI, 



MONDAY 

4 p m.— With Tid WaaBM aad hto 

orchestra supplying the mttsle, an- 
other Poamers' Revue" will be of- 
fered on N B C. llno.s KOMO. 

6 pjn.— Haydn-Woods "A Brown 
Bird Singing," Schubert's "Der 
Mkonlg" and Brabe'a "X Passed by 
Your Window." three of the most 
familiar light concert selections In 
her repertoire, will make up Rosa 
Ponselle's programme, with Andre 
Xostelancts and hL^ orche.stra and 
aliorua. KOL. KVi. 

•:S0 pm— Headed by that Incom- 
parable funny man. who Imitates 
four Hawallana, Jba Oook, the 



Sttnr/ny'g Programme 

CrCT. Victoria. B.C. (1,4.10 key) 
11:00 a ro- Christ Church Cathedral. 
6:tO p m — Qotpel Sunihlna Hour. 
7:00 p m.— Mintaturo Oonoott. 
7 10 p.m.— Chrlat Ohnreh OaUtodral. 
1:00 p.m.— woathar Bwurt (nswM). 

CMMb Ya M —m. B.e. (eia Uni 
3:11 pji.— PNfMvaf* OosMl m r T ft s. 
4:11 p.ai.— Sfttsleal rrMrannM. 
S:lft p.m.— Brltlah-Iirael Procrammt. 
•:0e p.m. — ^Ifuilcal Procrammc. 
0:10 p.m.— Kelly Piano Protrammo. 
7:00 p.m.—Ncwa Varletlai 
T:tS p.m — Muilcal Procramma. 
7:10 p.m — Chrlit Church Cathodral. 

CKWX, VaaaasTar. B.C. (l.tIS fcera) 
7:00 a.m.— lUcordliMtt. 
11:00 a m — Uatropelttan Taboraaala. 
13:30 p m. — Racordtnai 
7:30 p m.— Blue Oooge Trio, 
a 00 p.m — Orian Procrair.mo. 

• 40 p m.- Daily Nfw« 

9:00 p.m.— Homa Hour of UiutO. 
lO:oe P.B.— OatotT apoeUNsta. 
11:00 p.m.— atiMUo fntntmau. 
' cacv. Vaaaaa*«r. B.O. (I.1N k«r*) 

8:10 p.m.— armphenlo Bxtraeti. 

• :>S PJM.— Om CRO Network. 
t:00 p.m. — Homo Hour of Mutlc. 

10 0« p.m.— Dr, IjrlO Tflford. talk. 
10 SO p m.— News. 

CKMO. VaMMVor. B.C. (I.410 kcjrt) 

R 30 a m. — lUcortfa. 

9:00 a.m. ap t ncer'e Pf^mmma, 

•:M ».aiv-«rltiih Rr 

cao NiTwoaa 

>:8S p m -Canadlaa VIMS Mm CB.C 

Netawrk). 

• 00 p.m.— wtthia Um AMoy. Ohoma and 

° OrebotUa: dtroetloa Ooom Wadd 
InstOB. Toronto. 
7:M p.m. — Canadian Oapon; latie Trio, 
•rehattra: direction Allan Mclver 
p.m - New« and Weather Forecast 
t:tt p.m.— Atlantic Nocturne: Readlnti by 
J. Prank WUUa: Allan KoM. orcantot 
tiMm Belkomtakr. Ttollnitt, Rallfas. 

8 00 p m DRphnr r»r«p«t«. violinist, 

Vniirnuvrr 'BC Nflworki 
t.lO p.m — Sunaet Nocturne. Percy Hat 
m's aalon oroup OrelMotra. Min 
N. Betta. reader. Vaneearar. 



▼tollat 
tra. 

p.m.— Ohorrolol rrocraaua* 
tra. dlracUen Tlator T 
PM^-maa ol — 
Onfeaitrai li 
■varott Hortoa. 
p.m. — Wendell 
mntle-makor. 
p.m.— Mbm. 

Vt» HSTi. ^ . 

p.m; — Sroadeaal to afta 

p.m. — Jeacoh Hornlk^ ~ 
eheatra 'KOO). 
n m AdventntM 
Bundasan. 
■:U p m.— HoOnMoi M Um Air 
nuUnt'a Orclioatrai tvaal iter, 
pn, —Seymour Blmon'i Orcheitra 
p m — Reader** Oulde. J H Jackaon 
p m — Newt Plaahea. 8am Hayaa. 
P m — Paul CaroMI, 
p.m.— Wtwi aanrloo. 
pm aaiff aanla' Mwls 9m Or- 
ehaHrat Iwm wa w s a . aoMst. 

CBS DON LET. NETWOBK 
KVI-KFRC-KOIN-KSL KOL 

a m. — Church of the Air. 
a m.— Complnaky Trio, initrumantal- 
liti. 

10:00 a m — Idttb Murray, aonsa. 
1*:19 a.m.— Piano Pelntara. Abram Ohattna. 
10:10 a m.— Laiy Dan. the Mlnatrel Man. 

11:00 a m — Symphonic Hour. direction 

Howard Barlow 
11:00 noon— Buffalo Variety Work Bhop. 

draaML 

1S:M p at.— OneoB «a Varaa*. 
Joaoph aampMm 

1:00 p.m. — Tha Ptavasi 
Two Planei. 

1 30 p m — Profeitor Undalor (Den Lao). 

1 00 p m.— The lalandara (Don La«>. 

1:11 p.m —Rabbi Uatala. World Topics 
(Don Laa). 

1 30 P m Carllle and tendon, with War- 
wick Blsteri. 

S 00 p m Peter tha Oraat. Ruiilan 
drama 

3 30 pm— Oilcato Knlfhta 

4 00 pm— Voice of Columbia. Oo eWW J OS; 

«el, WC. and comedian: anlNSlra 
and «olol«l« 'KVI, 4 15> 

5 OO P m H«rry Soinlck'i Orchoaira. 

5 10 p m.-~Prad Warinc and Hit Ponaairl- 
vaalaas: tano aiatora aad Babt 
Ayaa. veaalUU. 
•:N pja.-<ia«r Wtm Bmoaas. 
e:ae p.ai.-4RM«r-*ivs Mbmlai pa 



9 OA 
1 30 

10 00 

0 IS 

11:00 

um 



9 00 

9:30 





WILL REMEMBER 
SHUT-INS TODAY 




BOARD WILL HEAR 

ADDRESS QN ITALY 



Dog Shout ProceetU 



KIDNEY June 9 "Hie nuinthly 
meeUng ol the North bMuiah 
irt of TMIi «« hi Mi la Wes- 

!<>> Hall, on twmtnft JVM IS. at 

g.M pjn. 

jaaml m ObtAm Datoe-Rad. 
elUte. KjOJLO.. 09m O^JO^ will 
In Ilia lotm ol ^ -Italy. BaMn, During and 

IllieilUfal aeaAOnal t\<>o>vih. wlll aMc- thr Wai " 
delivered today to ahut-in;. herej Botid gMBlhara lee l_thn t t he ad - 
and all over North Ameiira, as a|drem M^Mt 

part of thf National ru,*y■^ .shut and extend a oacmN MVllUNn 10 
In Day Movement. lUdUKurai^*! Usi "i' to attend. 
jfWOr by florlSta of America, uiuifi 

the leadetahip oC the FkniaU' Teie- -«rve Juat had aa aigmnant 

graph Delhvry Aaaoelation. with Women thtak they 

6,000 member.s around the WOHd. know everything." 



P;W htnnane would dare to try It, but Mas Baden Powell, two-year- 
old German ahepherd dog. owned by Pater Hanley, of Calgary, 

. - . r a t «k -* fla» ■ m* t^miA^^ «»m *k« 



think, nothing cf a 100- foot plung* from' Biirrard |g«|t bridge to the 
■wirling waters of False Creek, in Vancouver, if ax fid Mie jump aeveral 
timet recently at the bidding of his mastci M.ix hai been trained to 
reacue hclplesa persons and can tow a 160-pound man through the water. 
He can alao recover lost articles and is an expert at tracking criminals. 
The photBgrayh ia an unuaual ahot of Max iust after his "take off" from 

the bridge rail. 



6:30 
7:00 
T:1S 
7 30 

7 4^ 

n on 

■ 30 
9:00 
t:IO 
• :M 

1000 

11:00 
11:K 



p,m.— aalon Medamo COea tM). 
p.m.— Komanea of Travtl CDon I^) 

p.m.— Henrr BuiM and Orcheetra. 
p m — The lilerrymakeri (Don Lae>. 
p m — JohnnT Johnnon'F Orcheitra. 
r m - R^rt Nlrhr>l> Orcheitra. 
p m.— Karl Hlnei and Orchaatra. 
p.m.— Rar O'Rara's OtoKoatra. 
p.m.— .Jack nasMirs Orehootra. 
p,in — Irvinf Aaron«on'> Commander* 
(Don Ler). 

p m —Carol lyofner'i Orchaatra (Don 

I.eei 

pm.- Irvlnt Aaronson's 
(Don 1/aa). . _ 

pm.-Lou Ttafih t aai ONkeitra 

(Don Lm>. 



Monday** Programme 



•:eo 

t'lS 
1:30 
t:M 
• :4B 
9:00 
10 00 
10 1.^ 

10 30 
11:00 

11 03 
ll:»a 
13:00 
13:13 



ia:N 

•:ae 

fl:M 

9:30 
S:4S 

7:16 

7:10 
7:4* 

•:<e 



OrOT. Vlalaria (I4M Ken.) 
a.m. — Top o' the Mornlna. 
a.m.— Tlmaly Topics, nr. Davlea 
a.m. — Musical interlude, 
a.m.— Traval Talk— Xncland. 
ajB.— TMnpua VWit. 
a m — Wornln* Meoda 
a m Johnny Marrln. teaaf. 
» m ~ Art rarey at the 
a m ^UuKlc In tha Air. 
a m — Joseph Roao. "Tear 
a.m.— Uuileal Alphabot. 
a.m. — Ooneart Album, 
noon — Msledla Moderne. 
p.m— World Book Man: "What Place 
la Rulad by Reptilei"' ' 
p.m.— Tan Tuneful Minutes, 
p.m.— Blrtbdar Partr. 
p.m.— Oaaetae Tompe. 
p.m — OUff Pratcott, In recital 
p m — All-atar Parade. In two acta, 
p m — Jamas Mathaaon. baritono, and 
Audrey Frasar. L.A.B.. A.T;OJI. 
p.m.— Piano Moods, 
p.m.— Prof, aaaert K. 
p.m..-«elaaM nam ' 

CJOB, Taaeaayer (eM K«rt.> 



•:U P.BI. 099 ORO Natiwrk. 

10:00 p.m.— Oaaada 

nerales talk. B. B. WoedwafO. 
10 so p m News flaalMS. 

CKMO. VansaaTor (1.4M Kara.) 
4:10 p.m.— Popular Raeordlnes. 
9:00 p.m.— British Raeordloss. 
7 :3* p.m.— Bthal HowalL piano. 
7:a p.m.— Island PanUsr. 
S:oe pjB.— TrtonolU Orchestra. 
9:M B.O. Teaebars' Praaraauaa. 

cao NETWORK 

S 65 p m.— Canadian Press Ntws (British 

OotamMa Matwark). 
9:00 p.m.— Mdody Laaa, 4tf«eUea 9tK^y 

Palth. 

f :0e p.m.— Soliloquy, ula ▼altaat a«id. 

soprano. Montreal. 
7 SO pm.— News and Weather Forecast. 
7:89 p.m.— Jack Danny's Orchestra, from i 

iiBa 

• 00 p.m.— Rtisty and His Oultar. Cow- 
boy soncs. Kamloops (British Colum- 
bia Network) 

9 18 pm— Nawa (British ColVimbla Hat- 
work ». 

9 10 p m — Moonllaht on tha Rlrer; Jack 
Data. taiMft, with Al Bmlth. pianist, 
from Reeins. 

9 00 p m — The Pour Portet*. JJlfje"*"-? 
M. Deneux, Vancoutai (arM* Co- 
lumbia Network). 

910 p,m — AuausUaa Oard. barttoaa. Tan- 
ceaver (BrlUih Odambla Rttwork) 

t:« p.m.-MuM l«artae9. BiU Udger 
▼aaaaam <aitt«i OotaaWa »et 
work). 

NBC-KOO mtTWORX 
KHQ-KOW-KFI KnO-KOM<MMa 

9 00 a m -Word! and Muale. 
9 IJ am -Arlon Trio. InstnUMBtaUsta. 
9 66 a m.— Press-Radio Itewo BarTlca. 
loiSa a.mv-Tha Maw World, educational 



TravotiVi 



1«:M P. 

!«•). 

11:00 p.m.— Irrtne Aaroaoea'a 

(Dea Ilia). 
11:10 p.m.— MMalflM Mooda Wm IM) 



(DM 



Flowers were distributed to more 
than 150,000 tick nx>ins In Canada 
and tha United 8(ataa laat year, 
and the norlata are wortlng toward 

a goal of 250.000 .'vluit-lns In 1934 

We want to make U plaui tiiat 
tills la aa aattrdy ganeroua move- 
ment on tba part ol tha ftelat/k" 
say the local pepreaentatHaa. *Ho 

tlorl.M taking i>art In the day will 
accept money tor Ilossers delivered 
to bona rule .slnii iii.s tlii,-.' perma- 
nently alck or dlaabled. We want 
the oo-oparattn oC tha puhllo hi 
obtaining tha awnaa and ad^aaaaa 
of local ahut-lns. Any flower Ao|> 

displaying the niercv emblem of 
the KlorlsU.' Telegraph DcUvery As- 
sociation will be glad to 
name.^ and 9Uldre 
CARDS OF O 
The card which will go With 
flowers will be as t<dlow«: 

rhe.s*- flowers wlll not have lived 
in vKin it they bring you one ray 
of the sunshine in which ti^ey grew 
-one breath of fragrance from the 
world that la blooalng oat of doort. 
They are a mi we g a oC Aaar aad 
hope from friends, and their de- 
livery Is sponsored by the norlltl' 
Telegraph Delivery A.ssoclatlon, with 
man than 8.000 member* through 
out Hw woM." 

Flowers will be Mat !• tha fol- 
lowing In Victoria: 

St Joaaph'k Bovttal-ChUdren'a 
ward, women'o w ard, awa'a war d 
and Vernon Villa. 

Jubilee Hospital — Children s' 
ward, women'a ward, men's wardi 
and the pavlhOB. | 
<5uc<«n Alexandra Solarium, the 
Agejd Women's Home and the Aged 
llan'k 



J 
my 



oaa— "Wt^^t^ore 



It one thing 
(% kaov." 

_ . _ _4l»t 

ber 

Joaa— nPFhy aha aMwrlfd aM. 



Given Sunthkm Inn 

Tva •aterpnalng young boys 
ihgwad they ware aaatoua to help a 
good catiae wboB tfci f 
to the coffers of the Maalilaa WB* 

ve.sterdiiv ^')ennl.^ KlrkpatrMC" 
Crockett 32"i H.)berl.son Street, and 
Dsvld Whitehead, 1696 Earle Street, 
•gad Un and eleven years, re- 
spacttfaly. 4Mlda4 to IwM a -Grand 
Dog ghow." tir <fc» pwp tw of rala- 
ing funds. 

However, feeling that a little 
comedy might add to the success of 
the evening, the boys put on two 
sklta, whlflh gave no end of enjoy- 
ment to Um aadfeBoa. Their show 
was prasented in Major Kirkpat- 
rlck-Crock«tt s garage. OB tha 
ning ol June a. aad aattol 

$1.73 

ChoUy »at the shore)— Might I 
teach you to swun? 
Itenioure— Of courael My terms 



Small Boy to Motorist— "I* your 
car badly damaged?" 

Motorist— "Yea. why?" 

Boy— "I Just wanted to know If 
there was enough laft to oudn » 
motor hike." 



Crystal Finish Photo 
Finishers 

(By Arrangement With The Daily Colonist) 
Wm Award 

Master Blue Ribbon Prize Enlargements to the Next 
FXFT££N SDtranto After the Caah Prigg Winngra 

in the 

Colonist Amatour 

Soapshot ConpotitiOB 

. . -Who 

In the Opinion of the Judges 
Are Worthy of Honorable Mention 

makes in all TWENTY-NINE prizes. Every- 
the^ame chance. The most 



This 

one with a camera has 
casuaily idiga snapshot may 
qtttUUeg aa a prise-winner 



Finish 



VNFEUrUKEO POESY 

A raeretaaat aMriwIng a daMcr 

Remarked to tha oovna of hia kb- 

tor 

«niat he ohoaa to anwoaa 

Tbe man knose what he ose 
And the sooner he pays it the 



makes prize-winning negatives of your snapshots. 
ALSO your roll can be developed BUT ONCfi, lo be 
sure to leave your roll of films at a 

CRYSTAL FINISH AGENCY 



vnt Kfio NCTWoaa 

KHQ K(iW KFI KOO-KOMO KJR 
8 00 « m ' Mulor nowfii' C«pHoI Pamlljt. 
Waldo Mayo, contralto and violinist: 
Tom Matanahlin, barltont; Nlehalu 
Conttalinak toner; Haaaah Klaln. 
piano: Four Mlnuto Mtn. 
8 SO a m.— Radio Olty Conetrt: orchaatra. 

direction Erno R«p»f and aoloUti. 
B JO a m Sunday Pnrum Dr R W 
Sockman male chorus, rtlrfctlon 
Kolth Mcleod. 



•:1S p.m.— Kelly Protrammo. 

p.m. — Stock Quotations. 
•:M p.m.— News Varletlea. 
7:0S p.m.— Moladlas aC TaatarSay. 
7:is p.m.— Masleal PreeramaM.' 
7:10 p.m.— atuaio ymr a i — . 
1:00 p.m.— Ohailaa Bevar. ssoea 
*:is p.m.— studio. 

* SO p m.— Baaobatl Breatfeait. 

10:19 p.m.— Coeoanut Orova Orehootra. 

CKWX. Vaacoaver (LOM Kara) 

* 00 p m — Atudio Procramme. 

8 IS p m — Pamous Player*' ProetaSUI 
8 3S p.m. — Studio Procrammt. 

* :tt p.m.— Happy FsoUlr. 
7:0* p.m.— naaaelal aavtav. 
7: IS p.m.— Btoaia rnstaauao. 

CBCT. T a a m ioi (t.MS Kata.) 
]n p m Variety Prevrammt. 




TEMPERED RUBBER 

the ^^cctotcf 
20.000 m.p.tr 

of oTxW-sWd safaty 

— because it's the toughest, longest-wetring tread 
rubber known! Only Dominion Tirea have 
TEMPERED RUBBER built into tread and aide 
walls. That's why motorists know that Dominions 
give 20.000 miles and ame d aenr}c»-^itb plcntr 
of anti-skid left for additioMl aMBtha and miles of 
sale driving. RedvcoToar tire agato--fa|rd.f«ar 
safety^jr apecifytof DOMIMIOM MfStiJ. 



it m\\%% pgr Urt 



•VAIAirrm gaayaw^nst tire 
lajorioa oaaaed by blow-ootSj^ cuts, 
• fcvts, undor-it 



tnit AM tAPt flMt 



er-m 



BUY WHERE YOU SEE TH€ t>*)*1?_^1^ 



Mclennan, mcfeely & prior, limited 

aolB aMrfttrtara (or Bnnui t»(amMa 



'ma a«i.K n> 



Rwkle'a Ker.tr* RIallMi. It" n""«l.. -ii | T».. M-i^. \ r. 

N. *. Da«U. lid.. r»r. r- ' , <, .n,:-., 



l.aBcr*rd r.arar*. lalaiid I81chvay 

< llr %»tr\rr <«la«tai<. l>a»MB 



10 30 a.m.-Wo«»ia'» Masas loa et too Ajr 

Joha Toil. aarlMu: ilrmi MMlcy 

tenor. 

11 30 a m -Ortan Oooeort. . , , . _ „, 
11 jj a m -California rtdoratlOB of 

Women'!! club*. 
IJriO noon-Hetty and Bob. 
11 1% pm wr.;terti Farm and Home nour 
1 no r ni i\.;n.rr curk * Orchestra 
1 30 pm.-Ma Perkins, dramatic aketch. 
I M S.m.-BnnkhmMO aoMt: Martaret 

Wist'i Raiur a nidori. 
a M P m.— Al Fearce and Hli Oanf . 
> 00 p m — Could and Shefter. planiita. 
J IS pm -r>i.n Rusio's Orlentol Oardeni 

Orchr»tr« 
J 30 p.m.-Marlo Co»xl. baritone 
|:M p.m.— Taat draaw. itarrlnt Max 
aaor. 

«:S0 p.m.— Yoart Foamtra, Hal Kemp i 
Orehettra. _ . , 

4 JO P m Piano Pali: Idna Fl«:her. Sol 

BIrff 

4 W p m.— Utile Orphan Annlt. 

■ ■M p ■ Alton Trio. Instrumcntallita 

••IS pm.— Moiuo Party Joe Cook, come- 
dian: DonaM Ifovlo. Unor: mneey 
tanifortl. •mrtraltai D«l Veailiee, 
Orchestra. _ 
e-SS p.m.-Contented ProaramaMt 0«n« 
Arnold: Lullaby Lady: orehootra. di- 
taattan Mora an L. Eastman 
f-M p.m.— Doml Taas* Revue Tisile I,Uh. 

eomidlan: Ou« Amhelm s Orchestra. 
7 00 p.m.— Amos n' Andv 
7l5pm— Oeno and Glenn, comedy 

sketch ^ 
7 38 p m Jack Donny'i HoUl Pltrro Or- 
chestra (KOO). 
a-es P m —Shell Show: Rush • Huthes. 
Mr: luest artists: Yahbul. Cheer- 
ily comedians: Harmony Acea. male 
trio: Georte Stoll s Orchestra 
f.ai p.m.— In Old Braill. dlrc-'ion Ned 

• 15 p m Wllllams-Walsh Hotel Murk 

Hopkins Orchestra. 
0 JO P m Walti Time Ben Klassen. 

tenor; Meredith Wllaon'i OrehOitra 
10 00 p m — Newi Plaahea. 8am llayti. 
It'll p.m.— Tom Coakley'i Orchestra 
tS-M P m.— Hewa 8«rrla«. 
1100 p m.- P«"l rar«on. oreanlst (KOOi 
1100 pm - f'u^ Arnhelm> Orchestra. 
11:10 p.m.— Club Victor Orchestra. 

tmMfW in HBTwoax 

KVT KPmO-KOm-KaL-KOL 

10:0* a.m.— Jaal flala am. d r a m a 1 1 e 

aketeh. 

18 iJ a m.-Romaaoa ■» H'I'" Trmt 

0 JO a m -Bmory Doutoch and Orchealra 

1 00 a m — Oahu SerenadOtO. 
.1:1$ a m — Rhythm Klnca. 
11:10 a.m.— Pootlc atrlnai 
13-00 Bee»— Bill Rttiilni. 

J is pm -Melody Parado. 
3 jn p m rhicaao varlotT Ptosramme 
1:00 p.m.— Olctotori. - _ 

l:t» p.m.-aet«i«i tko BuafeMdi. Ted 

Malano. 
t:M pm— Oraan Melodies 
1.4g pa.— Bob Nolan and Norm Rhnrr 
1 00 p m —Happy -Go-Lucky Hour (Don 

3 00 p Bi — PvmlnlBO Paneloo 'Do* MO) 
t:ie p.m. a w ii t Maita 'Dom Lao>. 
S:«B p.m.— Aad tha Crowd Roaro. 
4:11 pm — Sonis and Kvenllde 

P m - California Melo^llps. Rai 

Palaa'8 Orchestra. aolelsU 
%M p.m.— Andre KoHahwalB 

aMa pMiseile. aopraaai fell 

tra aad cborM. 
0-ta p.m.— oharlia Ima* aad Sis Oaae 

(Oiai Lae). 

S *J p.m.— aoro Hour, drsma 'Don I.ee> 
• :00 p.m. — tAdy Bather Serenad* 
e:«B p.m.— Maileal 




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that were pri/o uinncrs for May arc now appearing in the 
. . Y(.u, too. can win a prize with the snapshot you take 
your home or wiicn on vacation. It is subject interest that* 
. the heginner has the same chance as the expert. Judging 
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JUNE 
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1st PriM flO.OO 3rd Pri«t 

2nd Prize 5.00 4th Pri«e 

10 Additional Prizes of ^1.00 Each 




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HONORARY AWARDS 

To tlic next hc'f 1."? pic- 
tures tiic Crystal i iiiish 
Photographers of Vic- 
toria offer an ea.«el mount 
of the print entered. 



^ RULES AND REGULAllONS <^ 



hava kaaa tahM aa arihar April 1. 



T 00 P.m.— Pau Wilier, taiwi. 

1 It p.m.— Mlnot. MelodiM rooB t«t> 

7:10 i.m IHiili CblM't OrrVeitra. 

T4a p^a.— naekat Minturr n.na. m 
*i5«B 5»>. *o«aoieo, 

t to a m — Jack RomalVi Orrhvatr* 
0:10 a m.— Barl mnm aaa OrelMMra. 

•:N pm.—Xntm Manmmr* ~ 

<Dm IM). 
10 oa ».m M al l flMM'o 



Snapobela 

1934. 

Anyono living on Vancouver laUnd may «nt«r. cxctpt profta* 
rional phoMtrapfaan, iniliym «f Tto DaBy Cull all I aai 

their famiUeo. 

3. Each pictura rnuat carry an oiplanariiwi al tba oubjact. toftthor 
with the oondar'a nama, a d dr oaa a«d fkoM MMfear, tmi wa 
date on which tha pietwa «aa taktn, printwl ckarly on the 
back. Submit ao many priata aa jrwi wiah. Mp pcinu w iU ba 
returnod. AU prints wUl bo c oa w tha propartf al Tht Mif 



4. Saapdieta may ba al aw alsa. Bnlargamania art tUgibla. but 
th« orifinal prtel mnt H ■ " ■■» " 

5. Pictures will b« judged on the metitu of the »ul))ett intereat 
' rather than taehakal photoRraphic perfection.^ S napsho ts. 

however, must ba of sufficient clearneai to reprMMa aflMat 

torily. Negafivea must be available on requeat. 

ft. AU cntriss must rsach Th« Colonist office on or bsfors lha 

laal daf al lha aMa* far which thay ara antsrsd. 
7. In ill mattera f overnii« tMa eaaMai, dM daetaioM ol tha iadgaa 

will be considered aa niiaL 

a AMnm afl aatries to "The Daily Coloniit Amataw 
_ - - - . . Yjjjgrta, ».C 



havt 



contented to act aa 
b*t Studio, and 



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Vakrte's entrance mu-n .ii>i.-'i i ''"^ 
mother * flood ot »o«U. 8iw 
a picture ct YmwM 1m Vtm meat 
convenient chair. A remsl* PltttlW 
of an unbftppy bride. 

ahe gave th«' f* 



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whl< h Is which " 

"Who !• who." bandra ^au1 A 
«Mr tnn now it will be even inoie 



•Mother toO« JOO'fi 
Be imMt iMvo 

th' i>apf'- un'1 
food Wl«h<>-. 1'" t!"' oiH-ninf." 

"Alwa\.s (li't iKi'..- a flan- tov Oil. 
dMa'i yoVj^|j>andv?" Valerie * *Unt 

SMKln MM. and 



fan of 11? Corlnne 
not know about the plMO In 
liUi Street, she thouffht riM W«»l 

with Uncle Raoul. 

"I'd IM much stronger to tielp 
▼alerto If X knew you were Uvlng 
you BhouVd," Mr*. Boyn>l caa- 
v«. ana Slh«l|i'""'<^ ' If* high time you itoppod 
YOU ■•jjj piayiiig alx.ul with .Soimy Warren 

I and took tlie youiiK man rloli.«.ly 
A.s Mr*. Warren, i .shtmui be s«tu> 
ned to iwvt fou. and i ahouid have 
only vatarto to eM« fM** 

Mother' " .Muii<1ra in.>*' from her 
pulled the hat »l»e hfW I" 
htoi down over her shiiutiK 

^ Hat ooUapM of Val» mar 

ftat» tomdrt OoftoM aothinr 

Her s< hemes Vtft fOtoS tKL ^ 

have to mientlorf of mamrWJg 
sonny Wan- r. n^vv or at any time 
to tbO future. Heb line, for play. 
Boyood that, out of picture 
I'm nvt mariMi,/ th\.^ 
I'fliaU itay In N' a Y.>ik 
and «o «l W W«*. That', 
final." 

M||^^ aat you against ua. 
I knew he would tnr" Corlnne was 
whlmperlnf affaltt. 

"We have not d!.s( U-.v<l vou But 
the Owl hai helped me l<> an ap- 
wedatlon of you both I never had 
before. I murt hop along. Cur- 

tain, dont wait « «!flj\,*Xi 
thing I can do yonH flad at 



"Not 
meant it 

■ Wonder van 
when you had the chance." 
••Never occurred to me ' 
"Stop It, children." Mrs Reynal 
eoopteteod. "X decUre the two of 
von ran'' ^ totethor lor a momont 
wiihoui iiyin« at each oOwr. We 
muat decide what's to be dOO* about 
Valerie * husband. He's demandlnf 
ft divorce. He has threatened to 
■O to Beno or Mexico and obtain 
one htaiMlf imliM Valerie does so 
Absurd chUM. If they'd only theatre 
come together Md tm,t » 
eatabiishment, everythtaf wmMC 

right ItMlIt" ,^ , .. 

•Theto^ BO oae going over that. 
TMerie Mid amrUy. "We both 
aude a mlatake. X MfPM* 

have to undo It." 

Sandra wondered at Taiene^ 
iMdy acceptance of the situation 

a ihort while ago Val must] bug." he eald 
£w Oil or die getting him. She .stupendous." 
■rofeaMd that sort of love. Did 
Zft die M quloklyt Wera persons 
llfce Val. like h e r— It . dOMMd U> 
tiie of every cup after the flrst few 
glp»? Sandra's friendship with 
■ wK**! Hale, her need of him. was 
thstbal another glaas of heady 
wine in wblcb the tangwouid die 
as it passed the llpit ^^^J^f' 
flcuU to imagine Steve going atale. 
"What do you propose to oot 




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Sandra studied Steve's face, sur- 
reptkdoudy. as they entered the 
UbWto watt tm undo Raoul. 
She had told WM W Mttla ^ the 
old mansion or of Iti master. Bteve. 
she could see. was impweeed. HU 
■lowly. 

I know why you like your snug 
"Thia la rather 

Not when you know all the 
nooks and crannies." Sandra ex- 
"It auiU the Owl. exactly 
I really Vyee tt. It was my father » 

home- sort of a ««J[n*»;f«; Jf^ 
Gibraltar. The snug-bug— ttMT* my 

own. and T love It. too,"' 

Uncle Baoui. commg Into tne 
room. iMUd the last part of her 
speech rii^WM „ 
^^Oood etootag." greeting 



kin, "Dancing slippers aM Mter 

than dead men's shoes." 

'•More exciting. Not as durable." 
Uncle Raoul matched chill for chill. 
"I am your natural protector now 
that your father U gone and your 
mother le-Oorlnne. I must uke 
any step that will bring you to rea- 
son You win not bo considered a 
member of the Reynal family untU 
you give up the theatW M • MMns 
of material beneljfc!! 

Sandra rose. "I-WMt be bowling 
along." she Mid. rn ba lato for 
flrit oalL" 



with Val. ^ , . 

• If Mr. Akin refUMe to be lensi- 
bie. Mr.s. Reynal aald, "Wa wife 
shall BO tx. Parl-s. And^toOelCM- 
Bot leave you here unehaperooed. 
I shau ezpMl |wi to ac- 



"i^dn foiwd a MBOi to die un- 
bom "Sorrf to «lm9fM you 

mother 1 cooMnt poartbly leate 
my Job." - 
•^1 eourse I know you re saie 
MMlll with your uncle." Mrs. Rey 
3^piBt on, "but that oW house 
Jim me the honora. There » been 
no If. Id It itoto jrow lathers 



Little Bedtime Stories 

Peter Rabbit F00I4 Junmy Skunk 
^By THORNTON W. BURGESS — — 




■ai^dr*"addrrs.scd her mother. She pVa.santly informal, waa Xor 8teve 
rather avoid further passage and Sandra both. ^ ^ 

.-Uncle Raoul. " Sandra Mid. leei- 
ina curiously III »t ease, "I want 
5S Tmeet Mr. Hale. Mr. Stephen 
Hale. He if an author." 

"Author, ehr tJnele R^JV 
tended his hard, "totemttag wort 
writing, and difBcult I should think. 
Please sit down." 

Steve eat down. ' i m not ex- 
actly an author-yet." he said. 
• i ve been fortunate t!oo»ah U>j^^ 

^Um. playvvriRhf The thin 
coating of ice which had underlaid 
uncle Raoul-a pleasant greeting aiid 
• at the word 



fleeing her itanding there. 

slim young body io straight and 
resistant, her rounded young chin 
held so high. Raoul tho\ight that If 
ever there was a Reynal worthy of 
the ateel. this girl with the warmth 
In her hair and the gallantry of 
battle in the lift of her shoulders 
wa.s that Reynal. Suddenly he felt 
the years upon him. I/mely 



Bandra let the smile crinkle thej^^ich had melted 
Of her eyes. Wasul *hela„ihor. froze again 
with youth and gaiety? "The theatre 1.^ 




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along," write* Mr*. A., of 
Prince Rupert, •'I nee H in an 

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milk we have used. The chil- 
dren are \<tv fond of it." 
Many thanks for thi* letter. 

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Steve"s-of Mr. Hales markcU.'^ 

she defended. "He's done things 

fnr maaaslnes. too, and for news- 

rl«^Liw; he Intanda wrlt- 
napers. im aure n» *^ , ^ 

In^ the Kreat American 
,>,■, luMvs the great American drama, 
,l<.ii I you. Steve?" 

"1 nMan to try.' sieve laughed 
but thaw was an undercurrent of 
serious Intent beneath the light 
surface. 

The ice thawed a Wt. "YooTe 
chosen a broad field." Uncle Raoul 
laid "Is New York your home? 

"No. My home U In Ohio. I 
came to Hew Yort looking for a 
pair of seven league boota. 
Dinner was faultleM. Hwayi. 
,h«. ltd brick hou.5e. Uncle Raoul 
was a host without a peer. He kept 
the conventional baU roUlng. I-e 
wa.s impatiept. Sandra ^^'^ 
hear what .he had to UU of cor- 
lnne and of Val. Collto lerved 
in the library and there '^'' 
Steve to browse among the b0«» 
while ahe carried Uncle Raoul off. 

-Owi dear," ihe began, a* soon 
as they wwe alone, "thanks or 
^ving me here. J^^^' 
having Steve. He's the mOil worth- 
while man 1 vo met. And now ahoui 
nwther and Val. They're off for 
Paris. Val'a shopping for a di- 

^Sie Itoomi eiM^ twinkled 
Fast workers, those two. 
• Yes. And mother InsUM OB Bay 
going with them. I *«% « 
cotxrse." 
"Why nott" ^ ^ 

"Because X^ determined to s^a v 

wher. T am. to ^let 
my own power even thOO^X get 
no place In particular dOMf «• 
She could be curt too. 
"It is nol necessary for you to 

get any place. '^f'^jg^JL'to 
ready Axed for yOtt. 
no place In which to tHpOH «" 
name Reynal ' 

Sandra's llixs tightened. 'Not to 
mention the Reynal Ulent. if any 
she aald wryly. "I'm ataying on in 
the theatrt. at kaat loc the 

present." 

"Even though by ■^o doing you 
sacrifice your Inheritance? The 
Reynal estate is entirely in my 
handg. I may dl^WM of it as I 

Sandra's eyes were raplerit nasn- 
ing She said, with jnon coldness 
than ever she had (riven to him 



THir HiSHI^iBi iHpping and 

skipping down the Lone Little Path 
Peter was feelin g very fine t hat 
morning, very fine, indeed, every 
few minutes he jumped up in the air 
and kicked his heels together Just 
her^or fun. Presently he met Jimmy 
Skunk. Jimmy WM on his way back 
from Father Brown's cornfield, 
where he had been to help Blacky 
the Crow to get free from a snare. 
Jimmy was still tickling and laugh- 
ing over the way Blacky the Crow 
had been caught. He had to teU 
Peter Rabbit all about It. Peter 
^'1 thought It Just a.s good a Joke as 
efleetuaL did Jimmy, and the two trotued 

'Sandy," he pleaded and his voice I along gide by side, planning how 

- ■ - ' — they weald vraad the news all over 

the Green Meadowa that Blacky the 
Crow, who thinks hlmaelf ao OMft. 
had been caught. 

•That remind* me," Mid Jimmy 
Skunk, suddenly. "X havent had 
my breakfast yet. Have you seen 
any beetles this morning. Peter Rab- 
bit?" 

peter Rabbit stopped and scratched 
hU long left ear with his left hind 
foot 

"It seems to me that, now you 
speak of it, I did. ' said Petor Rabtatt. 

wheiar a*ed Jimmy Skunk, 
eagerly. 
Peter pretended to think 



was old' as his heart, "wont you 

come to the old hOOMt OOMi and 

brighten It with your youtht My 
time grows short. Come and make 
the down traU happy lor me. " 

Her body waa a lump of loe be- 
tween two stones, cnushlng This 
was the Owl. crushing, grinding. 
This was not Corlnne. Pity. Did 
age, wherever lU seat, use pity to 
crush youth In lis mould? Cor- 
innes ambition. The Owl's pride. 
What of her, Sandra Reynalt She 
had ambition. She had pride. 

"I will eome to the old house, to 
you. Owl. every day," she said and 
made no effort to stem the tears 
that brimmed over. "But rv« got 





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hopped Peter Rabbit, and right be- 
hind him trotted Jimmy Skunk. 
Presently they oaaM to mi oW 
stump. 

Peter Rabbit stopped. Be put one 

hand on his hips. 

"Hush," whispered Peter. "I think 
there Is a whole familr of beetles on 

the other side of the stump. You 
creep round on the other side and 
1 11 creep round on this side. When 
I thump the ground you spring right 
around and rrab thfm beltoe <hey 
can run away." 

So Jimmy Skunk crept around 
one side of the stump and Peter 
Rabbit crept around on the other 



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«maU It seems to you. I must, " 

He did not understand. "Then 
there Is nothing mOM to be said." 
Raoul Reynal s rising WM d 
ture of dismissal. 

Sandra took recour.se to lightness. 
The gates of the chill wall had al- 
ready ctoeed between them. So be 
It She said, as lightly M though 
she were bidding farewdl to ft 
casual host. "Nothing except au 
revolr and thanks again for having 
us hi to dine. X bopa m lUnd 
Steve Hale." 

"A very personable young man. 
He shouM stick to hU books. Play 

writing is carpentry." 

Sandra smiled It was the Owla 
narttrg shot at the theatre. 

"Why daxllng." she protested 
'Tve seen you pouring over Shake- 
speare for hours." 

' There an M 
speares." 
"There might be." 
"The oow might Jump over the 
moon.** 

Raoul's car took Sandra and 
Steve to the theatre. Steve was 
enthusiastic about thr Uevnal 
house. Sandra responded to his 
enthusiasm In monosyllables, she 
ached. Her muscles, her heart, her 
brsin ached from the impact of 

the r rusher She had lost the Owl. 
She had denio<1 lilm the solace he 
had begged of her How often had 
she gone to him and he had given 
her of whatever he had to g: 
Now he had adted a gift in return, 
a gift It was in her power to mahe, 
and .she had .stubbornly, selfishly 
refu?;*-d the giving. She must never 
go t.i him again, palms upward 
The Owl did not make Idle threats 
She had cut hereelf off deliberately. 
Inexorably, from hla comradeship, 
from hU house, from his fortune 
She was no loogMr ft Bayaal esoept 
m name. 

"Hey, Sandy," the Queen broad- 
cast In the wings Just before the 
Lace Chorus went en. "I seen you 
roll up In a de luxy. Dont tell me 
the boy author s gone VandertJilt."' 
"Not yet. " Sandra laughed. "We 
were Just taking the air and hap- 



"It seems to me that It was back side. Suddenly Peter thump*! tlie 



at the top of the Crooked Uttle 
Path up the hUl," said Peter. 
"I think I win go look for thsm at 

once," replied Jimmy. 

■All right," replied Peter. "I'll 
show you the way 



ground hard twice Jimmy Skunk 
was waiting all ready to spring 
When he heard that thump he Just 
sprang as quickly m he eoukU What 
do you think happenedf Why. 
jliiiri,', F-V'.\nV. landed thump right 



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80 t^ the crooked Uttle PathU Reddy Fox, who was taking 



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pine stump. 

"Ha. ha, ha." shouted Peter Rab- 
bit, and atartad down tHe Orootod 



Little Path M ftot M Ms 

could take him. 
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"Algya trouble ta ttial M% 

acting the foot." 

"No. my dear. The real 
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"Seagoing. Is it?" PPSderleka For- 
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TIae after ttane.* aaM ttw big- 
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T thrr J myself farwa rd an d ha we nt 
harmlessly over my bead. BiantB- 
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to fell me aiui trotted off Into the 
Jungle The following day I came 
to a cliff overlortklng the sea. and 
on the beach I saw that same 

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ALLOiE OPIUM 
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PoKce Descend on Port 
Al»irni and Arrest Three 
Chinese 



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naraoUe wmA flC «m noinu Om»- 
dtan MOdnted Wttet detftwidtd on 

thlR district. ycsK-rday, with th«> re 
suit that tlire*' c hin.'.v me now. 
lodfWl behind thr l>ar.v lvM> charK^-d 
Wtth BMMMiOD ol opium a»d the 

third vtth taSTlnc opium pipeR. 
Oonflna Bnfv stoUd MoMk thdr 
raid at OrMt Central Ldn. which 
l/-,i to the •mat of Wong Yet. had 
brought new light on the opium 
trade. In that they had dl-v -v, , ,! 
that the opium waa now ik-iuk 
mixed with mm. and Inatead of be- 
ing smoked was being drtmk. 

This Is something new for the 
poUce to meet, as 11 may mean that 
tmy bottle in a place which is be- 
ing raided in aearch of opium may 
have to be opened. lUe police are 
c« the opinion that the alstun 
may be coming from Vlctoela, ABd 
Check- upa will be made. 

Lm Chow la a well-known Chinese 
Mfebler of Albeml. He waa oharged 
with having 'opium plpea and wai 

nned S-^O, or thirty days, by Magli- 
trate Gordon Campbell, while Wong 
Tim, of Port Albeml, wa-s 
chafK«d with poeaenlon of opium, 
hearing waa adjourned until 
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TOFtNO. B.C., Jon* t <OP)r *- 
Death has claimed Mr. and Mrs. 
John CJrfcp. widely-known Vancou- 
ver Island (oviple Mrs. Cirtce died, 
rrlday, of a heart attack while at- 
tending her husband's funeral. 
Both Were aged eighty-four. 

John Grlce was one of the best- 
known personalitlo.s on th" I.sland's 
West Coast, He was the first settler 
here, and bad reiidad on the West 
Coaat for forty years. He«had held 
many Oovemment poeltkms, includ- 
ing that of fLshery offlcer, harbor 
master, collector of cu.stoms. super- 
visor of tide KHURe, coroner and Jus- 
tice of the peace. 'He retired twelve 
reara aga 

Arthur "Ctirley" Orloe. well-known 
IVcst Coa.st fLsh buyer. Is a .son. and 
V!rs. J McLeod. of Tofmo, a diin;;'!- 
»r. Two other daughters and three 
in 



While It li mtana for 

youngsters to he underweight, there 

arc a great m;uiy under welKlit chil- 
dren Who could be brought to nor 
■yiai or nearly normal If tt *- part'i t.s 
«atehe4 ttOom things besides the 
intaka ef fbod. 

In hLs 

Growth In Children," Dr. Bmerson 

makes thl.s hI en fiit . 'Totitlnued 
experience In the trealmenl of mal- 
nutrttian— lack of nourishment- 
leads me to tha baUif that there is 
no respoosfUe eaups fm this eoadi- 
tlon more frequently overlooked 
than habitual or continuous fa- 
tigue" 

In a large group of undernour- 
ished dllldlitt mtm tato observa- 
tion he found that M par eant kept 
late hours and 54 per cent were suf- 
fering from overfatigue due to extra 
work in club.s, classes or lndu.strv 

The strain of keeping up In school 
work and competitive (not group) 
games, is seldoin nalM nad rest 
periods are not provided during the 
day nor suCBcient restful sleep in- 
sLsted upon at night. Music and 
dancing lessons, as well as other 
ouuide actlvltiss, ira fu g uwitly w 
added strain. 

Unhappy hons eoodltkiBS te- 
erease nervous fatigue. 

Adults do not appreciate how 
many and wearing are the activities 
o( a child and how much of its en- 
ergy is reqolNd tar growth. 

One of the ftost poInU that taAs 
been observed Is that the diild that 
i.s tired does not assimilate and get 
the full benefit of the food eaten. 

Further, a tired child has not a 
good appeUte and if it is always 
tired the appetite becomes so poor 
that only tasty foods, or those that 
•t likes a great deal, will be eaten. 

' nie stomach is a highly nervous 
organ and can be slowed down both 
In its movements and ki the manu- 
factuiw of its digestive Juices when 



fooJ" 



apip«nte or 



Is eaten 

under conditions of fatigue, 
excitement or emotion." 

A.S the whole digestive prfx-e.ss is 
dependent to some extent on its 
getting a good start in the stomach, 
Intestinal disturbances may also de- 
velop. With the accumulation of 
undigested food In the Intestine, 
putrefactive organisms Increase In 
number and eauss distrsiing aynp- 
toms. 

Dr. Jean ■ Bogert, Kansas State 



orsrfatigue. aitMns ttredness. in- 
terferes with mttMeo. aad the 

building up of the body lies lu ths 
! that ino.sl overfatigued Indlvld- 

are under A f'lg h t anil iX'i M.st- 

eatly refuse to gam weiglit untU 
this conditton Is nM w u i kr 
rest periods. 
The underweight Is 

by weakness, poor reslstence to In- 
fections, nervous IrriUblllty. «nd 
other signs that the vitality of tiie 
tissuM is lowered \»t being coounu 
ousiy und s i no uri ibsd. 

Increased food intaka aloaa. even 
if the person can take it without 
dige.tue di.stjes.s. will not build UP 
the body satisfactorily in most 
cases: but if in addition to the 
proper quantity and quality of food, 
there Is reUef fNm fnttgne and in- 
creased rest periods, a pro mpt g ain 
in weight and striking improvUBBSnt 
heaim tad diipoaitton mmOti 

follow. 

As you know. In reducing weight, 
while cutting down on the food in- 
take is the Mg factor, n eve r t h e l e ss 

the individual's sleep at night is re- 
duced in amount and the rest pe- 
riods during the day are .shortened 
or done away with entirely. 'Hms, 
irhUe It la often dilBenlt to get the 
overweight Indlvkhial to taka much 
exercise, by cutting down on the 
sleep, having him stand Instead of 
sit. and having him do a little walk- 
ing, considerably more weight is re- 
moved than by just cutting down on 
the food hitkke. 

It has been well said that "rest Is 
food and food Ls rest," and so by 
cutting down on both, tWl^O the re- 
sults win be Obtained. 

But in underweight, while "^st Is 
food." it is really more than food, 
because, while the individual Is rest- 
int he IS not u.slng up his body tis- 
sues and. further, the re.st enables 
the digestive apparatus to want" 

m«w ^^^,^^'^!^,,^^\^'^^ UJ^ ! 

tissues. 

If, then. i>aients will simply take 
the trouble to see that the young- 



ster, when he comes In from play, 
has a short rest before he eats, that 
he rests for a short time after he 
eats, that his sleeping hours are 
lengthened, that tlirre Is quietness 
and freedom from .scolding or argu- 
ments diirlng the meal hour, the 
youngster will have a better appe- 
tite, absorb mora food and baeome 
Agrleultural College, reminds us j better nourUhad Wltl> l oereaaa in 
that the most convincing proof that | weight. 



Police Officer 
Drowned in Lake 



mm^ WANTS 

MURL PRESSURE 



NEW WESTMINSTER, June 9 
(OP).— Motorcycle Offleer H. W. 
If^puoB. of the New Westadhstar 

Mioe Force, was drowned in Pitt 
Lake ye.sterday while on a fishing 
trip with Chief Conatable Peter 
Bruce and other nMmbsta of the 
force. 

The chief and other members of 
the party attempted to saTe him, 
^ut were unsviccesifuL 

Mapaon f dl out of the boat, and 

as he did not come up again, It 
waa thought he had struck his head 

m » log. 

He waa a well-known member of 
tha force, and a aembar of the 
'X>ld 



DelegatleB Waltit on Water COB 
mittaa ef City CouncU Secfclag 
1b 8ottIo9 



Pin h Threaded 
By Expert Drill 



A delegation from the 
Council waited upon the water com- 
mittee m tha our 09ingU JMAy 
to diseuss ways and means of swur- 

Ing an lncrea.spd pressure in the 
higher levels of the municipality. 

The .Saanich delegation consisted 
of Reeve William Crouch, Council- 
lor Fred Borden. Municipal Clerk 
R. R F. SeweU. and Munim^al fti- 
glneer H. H. Allen. 

After placing its ca.sc before the 



MEAFORD, Ont , June 9 <AP) — 
Henry Huas, watchmaker, yester- 
day succeeded in drilling a hole 
through a common pin from end to 
end without breaking it. Huss. who 
Saanl-^rw' has been In b'i«lnc=s here for the 
la.st twenty-live years, ha-s been ex- 
perimenting for the last two years. 
The hola, ngda with a fine drill, is 
Juat large enough to thread a iwlr 
out of a man's head through it. 



A Southern paper reports that a^ 

gentleman from the rural distrlcU}| 

entered a tea r(M>ni to refresh him- 
self. A pretty waitress approached 
his table and inquired If he pre- 
commiltee, the Saanich delegation I g,jen tea. Said the 



A man and his small son were 
waiting in a queue for a bus. VftMU 
they got to the front a big burly in- 
dividual pushed them roughly to 
one side and Jumped on the bus, 
which drove away, laailllg thcm ly- 
ing In the gutter, 

"Will Ood punish that rude 
man?" aahed the boy of his father: 

"Ood has punished him. my son." 
was the reply. "I've got his watch." 



was as-sured that every eflort would 
be made to co-operate in an at- 
tempt to improve the situation. 
Since the Irrigation season started, 
the pressure has dropped as much 
as twenty iwunds. It wa.s clamied. 

The matter was referred to Al- 
derman Andrew McOavln, chair- 
man of tha city water comnUttee, 
and G. M, Irwin, water commls- 
.sloner, for consldsratiOO With the 
Sannlch engineer. 



Bona people turn up their sleeves 
whontvar there is work about: 
others turn up their noses. 



Meats, Provisions 
• Delicatessen 

Monday Valuea^-Cash and Carry 



rustiet "Dont kaar much about the 
color, sister, so long as it has pUbty | 
sweetnln'.** 



Cowichan 

per lb 

(Limit 3 



25c 

lbs.) 



Butter, CooUng. 

per lb 

(Limit 3 lbs.) 



18c 



Sliced Corned Beef. Ham. Bologna. 1 11> lots ^...15^ 

SHceH Roast Beef. II. , 30<* Veal Loaf, lb. .. , gKf 

Mild Cheese, lb., Ibf ; Matured Cheese, lb /. 25^ 

Cottagw Rolls, smokrfl ]h., 24 f ; Sweat Pickled, lb., 23f 
Silverlaaf Lard, \Qq Cn*<^t Shorttn. 

Cottaga Cheese^ 

Per M) 



ing, per lb. ... 



9c 



13c 

Meat*— As Cut in Case 



Soup Bones, Ag^ 
each 


Pork T« 
loins, 


idgr* 

23c 


Veal 

Steak, lb. 


14c 


Pork 
Liver. II). 


10c 


Hreasts 
Veal. r. 


8c 


Kidney 
Suet. lb. 


5c 


Boiling 
B«ff. Ih. . 


6c 


Pork 
Steak. II) 


15c 


Sboiilder 
Steak. 11).. 


9c 



Oxtord Sausaga, Ifinosd Stsak and 

Stew Beef 



2 lbs 15c 



Service MeaU Delivered 

Clntrt Shanks, lb 8^ Cantrt Plata Batl. lb., St 

ftaaks, Roimd, Ib..^ IT^ ^-Bons and Urloin, 

Vaal Cutlsts. lb ^ 'Ht^Vb^Z 

Vgal XMagjrs, lb. Park taiisaga, lb. IMf 



24t 

let 



DAVID SPENCER 

UMITED 



AND HOWr 
Dear 81r, — Can't you .send me a 
picture of yourself? Our high I 
school principal says you talk like 
a man with a "Vandyke" beard. 
When I asked him why, he replied 
that you elip your words, trim your 
phraasi and potet your remarks, 
istft ha a marliy 

Emma A. 



MORE POWER TO YOU 
Dear Mr. Rotary.— I would like to I 
Join )X>ur Rotary Club. I am sure 
I can meet the qualifleations, as I j 

have been practicing .singing "Bweet | 
Adelipe" for six months. 

▼eiy mpaBtfaUy yoofa, 

Thomas E. 




been prardeing 
"Sweet Adeline' 



WHATg 1137.50 

Dear Roland,— I think vou are 
swell in pictures. Please .send me 
$317.50 at once. My wife and I live 
with her parents and It Un t very 
comfortable The radio needs re- 
pairing and aooething must be- 
done to the 



A DOUBTFUL COMPLIMENT 

Dear Mr. Burt,— As I have always, 
until recently, enjoyad the BMst 
robust health. I have never read 
anything of yours liefore. But re- 
cently, owing to drinking unflltered 
wat^r. 1 became c o vered with pink 
.%pot.< and my brain power was tem- 
porarily afTerfed. A friend lent me 
vour l.->trst < trry. aad X itad H With 
great enjoyment. 
X 





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Jacket Drcs.scs that are cool .ind practical. 
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at 



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A superb selection of smart Hats, including; 
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black We have these dresses Ci^M J%Q/| 
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Isl floor 



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Footwear Situation 

.Ml the new favored 
shoe styles for well- 
shod women — an .1 
white, of course, leads 

the licld! 

Sandal Ties, Eyelet Oxfords, 
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The cleverest interpretations of the season's smart ideas 
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Cut Crystal 

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\ special purchase of these 
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91.1S/85# and 75< 

— Perfumery Section 



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aiul popular Per 
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latest odors. 
These can be pur- 
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in original pack- 
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opening; we arc offering Mon Reve IVr- 
fuiiies in 50c vials, all odors, at, QQ^ 

each ~ 

— TMlttrlM SMUoa 




Manicure Sets 

Dew Nail Polish in flame, 
natural, rose and coral 

shades, at, each 1S# 

Dew Cuticle Remover 
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Dew Cuticle Oil 15^ 

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package of fifteen at 25^ 
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Note — I'ifteen in each 
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medium mt 

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Pyjatn.r . in two j irce style. White or tea rooo. Small, 
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large w j - 

Gowns, with or without 
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4 and O 

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InG^lora Rayon Silk in poMca dot, floral 
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yard 70< 

Rayon Crepe in neat color effects on light 
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yard 79t 

h!nclisii Kaytex in a qreat variety of 
polka dot or floral designs. 30 inches 
wide. Per yard 49t 

h'ancy Rayon in light or dark colorings 
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yard 39<* and 

Fancy Weave Knglish Suitings arc 
shown in floral fir conventional designs. 
38 inches wide. Per yard S9(f 

Uncrushable Dress T.inen is one of the 
season's favorites for suits or frocks. 30 
inches wide. A yard...... ...... .66^ 



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It's tha FascinatinK New Weaves 
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Occasion 

Plaiil or bluuered Or;.;andie 
(or Suniiiier dance irucks. 30 
inches wide. A yard....^....69^ 

White Crepe Organdie in fancy 

seersucker effects. 36 inches 
w ide. i 'er _n ard SS^ 

Swaggcrlin, a smart new suiting in a 
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N'ovelty Waffle Cloth in white only. 
Wonderful for Summer dresses. 36 inches 
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Rough-Weave Suitings in smart shades 

for suits or topcoats. Many tweed rfTr< ts. 
30 inches wide. Per yard 69^ 

Berkeley Linene in all popular shades. .36 
inches wide. Per yard 29^ 

Plain Color Broadcloth, particularly use- 
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Per yard .29^ 

36-Inch Prints in smart designs and at- 
tractive combinations of colors. Per 
yard a9#, 96^ and 99^ 

r'rilliaiitly-C<dored <",in;.;hams in filaid-* 
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IJngerie Crepe with soft finish is shown 
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43' 

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Second News Seoion 



NO. 155— SEVENTY-SIXTH YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITISH QQMJMMA, SPWDAY, JUWB 10, m€ 



V 



OUNDUTRAWINS U.S. OPEN GOLF 

Gibbons Hits First Century of Cricket Season in Albions^ Great Victory 



\ 



Gives Brilliant 
Display Against 
Vict oria Eleven 

GibboM Scorw 140, Not Out, and With W. H. 
Pendniy Pnto on Fifth Wicket Fartiu rHhip of 
164f— Latter Bowls in Deadly Style in Easy 
WIb — > Five Ct Dcleat Cowicliaii 



Prize Winners in Class "A" Bike Race 



AlUooi and nv 0'» KoetA decl- 
TletortM In le«fue ertotet 
plajrsd yMterday, the for- 
mer defeating Victoria by aeven 
wicksU at Beacon UUl Park and 
t|w liMtr teowiiiHnf for Ooviebaa 
jyi the Duncan pltcli by the same 
margin. Ideal weather conditions 
favorad th* tsMSB*. 

The feature of the day's play was 
the ureftt ixTformanqe of Otbbons 
tor AlbUni-s. Ciibbons .scored the 
Onl century of the aeason. beuig 
undafMtad with 140 runs to his 
credit. Hli battinf WM the best 
Been on a local frttdh for • long 
time III his Innings were Included 
six sixes and eighteen fours. He 
scored fifty runs In two overs. With 
W H. Pendray, Gibbons put on 164 
for tha fUth wicket and were un 
defeated. Thto la bellewl to be a 
record for local erlchat The bowl- 
ing of Pendray was also OUtKaod' 
inf, nine wickets falling for thi 
MMU cost of eleven run.^ 

OOWICHAN OUT CHEAPLY 
Five C's passed OowtthM acore 
with only three wU krts down. Krlc 
Qualnton again plflyod an attractive 
tunings, running up flfty-elt?ht. 
Wbleh Included seven fours, in quick 
tiaa for O'a. Oomlejr. WUllams and 
Nixon alao batted welL Foe Cow- 
ichan. O. Oolltaon and T. MeLaugh- 
Itn v^yrf the only ones who could 00 
anything with C s bowling, putting 
on twenty-eight for the last wicket. 
atiMll aild iack Payne shared the 
fowltM toonore for C's. while Green. 
Mowbray and IttUughJin were the 
best for Up-Islaadan. 

In a friendly niatrh. Wanderers 
University Incogs hI Mac- 
1 Fark, the winning hlu being 



Five Ca— 



O. W. 

„- 4 

Pox »•»•»»••••»•-«•-"•--- ^® ^ 

CoUlaoB — 4 1 

C. Oreen — .-- — — 6 * 

Mowbray -— - ^ * 

McIangWln 3j 2 

Ualmelty Inoogi 



D. Tye, vlMnuM, b it» 

J. Wenman. c Wall, b 

J. Brydone, b Darcua 

R. Poyntz. c Wood, b E>arcus . 
P. F. Bowdcn. c Lee, b Darcus 

A. IfUler. b Lee - 

J. A. Richardson, c and b Lee 

Col. Phllilpa. b DaroMB 

H. I. Lock, not out - 

D. C. Gordon, c aub Darcua . 

F. skiillngib inn out 

Bxtraa 



Total 

Wanderer* 
P. Bofisom, b PoviUz 
■. Clarkson. run out 

A. J. Dareua, not out 

A. Lea. c Howden. b Tye 

Jones, b Poynta 

R. Wood, c Poynl2, b Tye H 

R. M. Rayment. b Locke 

A. Walls, c BrydoiM. b 
Ch>ft, b Loeke 
Crump, b 




Dramatic Finish to 
Win By Lone Stroke 



To ri(,y in U.S. 
AnuUeur Tourney 

TORONTO, June » (CP).— 
Roaa BomerrlUa, United 
BUtea Amateur ehamplan In 

1932. intends seeldni tha 
crow n again this year, he said 
here Uxlay. He said he would 
be among the starters at 



10. Somerrllle played no golf 
during the Winter but has 
hard at practice for two 
weeks. Yesterday he shot 72- 
78 on the par 71 Lambton 
course here In an InvUatloo 



Uutra, Lahl Man lo Kinish, H« al> Out (iene Sara/en 
by 293 to 294 lo Capture Bijs I'rize — Cooper, 
Cox and CruickMhank Bracketed With 295 
— Lawson Little b Low Amateur 



bt ajlan ooirtj) 
AaMelate4 mm a»aru Bdller. 
MJDUOn OnZOKBT VuVB, 

PHILADELPHIA, June 9 (AP).— 
Swarthy OUn Dutra, thlrty-three- 
year-old Callfomlan of Portuguese 
extraction, who has been SO ill dur- 
ing the past few weeks that he 
doubted his ability to withstand the 
tournament strain, shot from the 
rear today to oiferhaid m pack of 



m 



' A BOVi:.rc,hown.h..hreewinner,inda«"A"ofth« ,w,lf,h folomst BlcycU 

? A night. Ltft to right— Fred Orson, the winner; Morr,, Kc bmson, third; snd Msance lrrui|. sccoad. AH thrn 




Total - 

Bowling Analy<ria 
UBlmilty KiBoga-' o. 

Boasom . 5 

Darcua .——11 

while Green. Lea 

Wanderers— O. 

Poynta . » 

Ty^ ^ 



W. 

"• 

3 

W. 
2 
2 



src fioM Vsaceav«> 



Altboafh Csi«» took the net. he Jul not wia the Caloaist Cnp, Neil Daval, ia dm "B, 

beating hi» tjinc. 



YM.C.A. i nniial \Stocker8 Will 

I ruck Mi'vl Set Face Sidney in 
Next Saturday 



Brydone — — • 

made by Walla after Rayment had [Locke 

been bowlad for » doek. 



A. OlUeapla, b 

Craddock, b 
Meredith, b _ 
Saxton-Whlta, o Barclay, b Pen- 
dray 

f^rguaaon. o BMVlair. b P«»- 

dmy - 

■en, b Fendr^r — 

Bartor-Staikay. Mm, b P«odray 
Pendray. c Banlair. b Pan- 
dray -- 

Edwards, c Walton, b Pen- 
dray — 

Applagate. b Pendray — 
fleelara, nsl o«i.— — — — — — 



A stout elderly lady sat down on 
a park bench that had been newly 
painted. A keeper, hastUy approach- 
ing, aald: "Yoa oaat aft there, 
madam, be ca ua a " 

•^re X sit, and hari X attti" 
the defiant answer. 



82 

R 
16 

*r 

43 

R With oontaatanta ihowtaig fine 

20 j form in the workouts, it is expected 
Ijjthe Y M r A annual track and field 
7 meet to be held next Saturday after- 
17 neon at the Vlotorla Blgh BChool 
will prove a .<;plendld .show. 

Archie McK»nnon. Y.M.C.A. physi- 
cal director. Is Justly proud of hU 
boys, and expects them to show to 
advantage in many meets through- 
out the llAliilaad and Iriand this 
Summer. 



SEROLtliUi 



IN 





MockBfa vffl jommr to MdMyj 

for a TlrlUgllt Baseball League flx- 
tuz« agalpat the auburban nine, 
thla aftamooB, «t S o'doek. A win 
for the moving men will put them 
in a tie with Sidney for first , 
berth, while a verdict the other way 
will widen the gap between first 
and aeoond place teanis. Haley 
Jackaon wUl pitch for Sidney, and 
Prank Lines will do the reealTing, 
while Lonnle Murray will parade 
to the mound for Stockers, with 



BtUEVE 11 OR NOT 



By Ripley 



H 



H 



IMal ~ 

AIMoiis 

Walton, b Fergusson . 

W. WUktnaon. b H. Pendray... 
Pita. Ibw. b H. Pendmr 

Gibbons, not out 



W 



D. Preeman. e. Saxton- White, 

I Pendray ® 

H. Pendray, not out 38 



w 

F. 
H. 



OUleapU 
llHadlth 



Total 

BarcUy. Piltohard. Bnooh, 
Preeman. R. Pearaa did not bat. 

Bowling Analysis— O. W 

H Pendray 10.1 • 

n Preeman— — —-10 
Pendray — — —.10 

. w • • • 0 
t mmmm^m 3 

3 

I 

Oawtehaa 

J considlna, a WUUaaaa, b Att- 
well ..»«-.-.—-"—•---•- 

taggaH. b i. Payne ... 

Salsa, b J. Payne .............. 

Mowbray, c O. Payne, b Attwrtl 
Ftox. c G. Payne, b J. Payne ... 
Saunders, c Petch. b Att w ell .. . 
A R Gr-?en. c Ker.slake, b AttWOll 

Collison. not out 38 

ICaLaughUn. run out 3 

Otaan, a Oondey, b J. Payne . o 
McLaughllBk a Shrlmpton, b 

Atlwell 13 

Extras ............. 2 



C. 
T. 

O. 

L. 



Total «> 

Five C^i 

C.imlpv c C Green, h Mowbray 29 
Shrimpton, c Pox. b I'-oUlson -- 15 

a Payne, ibw pox . i» 

QMalwlan. « OolUaon. b Qreen .. 88 
Attwen, 0 T. M HI a mgWln . b 

Oreen 1 

J. Payne, b Oreen ....... M 

Adle, c and b Mowihiy 8 

WUUams. run out i> 

mion. not out i« 

Ftlalk atpd O ana ldlne . b Ma- 

Laaghlln 5 t 

Kerslake. c Consldlne, b Mc- 
Laughlin ... * 




Canadian Scottish Marks- 
man Malces Fine Soore at 
WMklyMeetino 

Putting on the best acore regls- 
terad at the range thla season. Ser- 
geant T. W. "Tommy" Hall. Cana- 
dian Scottish, led the field by two 
polnta at the weakly aheot of the 

victoria and District Military Rifle 
Association, held yesterday after- 
noon at HeaU. Hall was in rare 
form, aooring loa out of the poaalble 
105. a fine feat, cetnlder ln g It was 
his second time out this jrear. He 
made possibles at the 500 and 800- 
yard ranges, and 32 on the 200 dis- 
tance. Sergeant J. H. Regan. Cana- 
dian Seottldi, and Sergeant O. 8 
Oarr. 5th Reglmant, tied for aacond 
Iteoe with ecorea of 100. Shbotlng 
conditions were Ideal, with only a 
slight wind and even light. 
Scores follow: 
C»nadl>n Bcolllah — 
a«t. T. W. H*U 



200 soo eoo T 
13 U Ift— 103 



I 

Set 



J H. Rc««n 

A E A«he 

C»pt W E T»plf» 

Bdimn. r Drytdala 
Ural. B. H 1 
3 Uoort 

r Q M B 

H«l 
Ptt 



34 

31 
11 
12 



33 

15 
11 
12 



,..30 34 

CpI i Mo«r« 3fl 33 

roult» 12* 12 

, 30 31 

A. W. Xi%nt 31 IJ 

Capt. D. O. TItMUS M M 

L CpI H. Tbeitara 9S n 

Miimn I CiilroM M 30 



J. E. Widener's Horse Cap 

tures Belmont Stakes- 
High Quest Second 

NEW YORK. June • <AP). - 
J. B. Wldener's Peace Chance, sec- 
ond choice In the wagering, today 
won the sixty-sixth 880.000 Belmont 
■takaa. a8 Babnont Mc Bgh 
Quest, winner of the Preakness. was 
second, and hU stablemate, Good 
Gtoods, third. 

In conquering the highly-regarded 
High Quest from Mrs. Dodge 
Sloane's Broekmeade stable. Peace 
Chance staged a great atretch drive 
to finish the one and one-half miles 
nve lengths In front of the Stable- 
mate of the famous Cavalcade. Oood 
Goods waa another four inftha to 
the rear. 

WINS HUM 

The victory netted Wldener 843.- 
410. while barkers of Peace Chance 
received three to one for their con- 
fldenoe In the colt. High Quest and 
Oood Ooodi ndad tha d»iea at ii 

to 5. 

Peace Chance reeled off the one 
and one-half miles in the fast time 
of 3.28 1-5, only two-Hfths of a sec- 
ond slower than the record made 
for the event by Twenty Orand in 
ML Tha tiMk vaeerd oC S:l0 4-5 
lihaMbylfHia^ Wbr. 




he carried off the open crown 

for the first time. ,Sarasen. mak- 
ing a atrong bM^Hv Wa "third title, 
saw It fly from his graap whan he 

took a weird seven on the eleventh 
hole (A the final round, and fin 
Ished with scores of 73-72-73-76 foi 
his »4. 

PAVORrTES HAVE BAD DAY 
Dutra's victory was the climax ol 
one of the most dtsastrous days for 
favorltee In the history of the 
championship aa one after an at h a f • 
faltered and fumbled in a five, 
man dash down the stretch that 
had a gallery of nearly 5,000 spec* 
tators in wild turmoil and excite- 
ment. Burled almost out of sight 
In the rush was the departtag 
champton, youthful Johnny OeaA> 
man. Omaha amateur, who had 
final rounds of 82 and 76. a grand 
total of 311 for 72 holes. 18 stroke.s 
back of the Winner and in a tie for 
forty-ttM flaee. 

Goodman did not even have the 
satisfaction <A being the low ama- 
teur, an honor that finally went to 
William Lawson UtUe, Jr.. the 
Stanford sUr and new BrttMl MM- 
teur champion. 

Outside of Cooper, whose earlier 
295 loomed stradlly bigger a.s tlm 
afternoon wore on. no one el.^e made 
any serlotis threat for the title, al- 
though two campaigners. Bill 
Bttiha^ «( Olavtfand. and MacDon- 
ald Smith, of Nashville, staged 
brisk finishes to tie for sixth place 
at 296 .Smith came through with 
one of the few par equaling scores, 
a 70. after BVlM tfMt S Tl f Of Mi 
final round. 

not ICOBM 
Scores, ahOWlng previous thirty - 
six-hole figures, the score for each 
eighteen -hole round today and the 
aggregate for tha fiiU aavoaty«iwo 
holea: 

Ralph Guidhal. Loa ftngelai. IM- 

70-7a 2M. 

Bill MehlMni, LaolBvflli, IH-tT- 

177—300. 

Banry Cooper, Obtaafo^ lM-T«-n 



est. 
pt«. 

CpI. 



«*aea»«it 



lOl 



Saalyiia 



Bdunn C Robins 

Piper J. CoutU 

CpI K. u Alraanaer .. 
Piper W. O. BKdpwii . . 

Ptr B. H»rrli 

M«)or 8 Hfn»on 
Brl«.-Ocn. J. S. Dunbar 

Pt«. A. BpMd 

PU. A. Knowlcs 

P. B. White 

C. A. I^rkin 

T. Kalllnstaa 

pu. O. Nevbartv 
•th nwlmciit— 

Set O 8 C«rr 

MIM a Hpfnr^r 
L -ect. H N A. Hatchft 
Capt. a. J. Oadaeaa ... 

Onr. K. Wlnaby 

Onr n M. Bnre 

L S(< M. aaUtarlaae 

Brown 

Onr. A. PtckiM 

L.-a«t. A. C. W _ „ 
R8U A H. Kttdn 
L -Bdr. T. OaMtlar . 

Pt«. C. Oort 

Bit. K. Irtlaae 

Onr tffo 

Thf Oarrlaon - 
8 -M W H Ruffrll 
CpI. O. L. Bvana 
Bappar A 



IS 33 

at 33 

>i n 

rr 37 

S3 30 

3S 11 

33 31 

U 28 

rt 31 

32 21 
II 1» 
II IS 
14 17 

n 34 

II 34 

33 33 

34 30 
31 30 
31 33 



Ailvisiiiii Anna 
Wilis Handicap 

LATONXA, June t (AP)^-BreeB- 

the p«u*e- 



M 
8t 
SO 
M 
M 



33 
31 
30 
31 
S3 



33-100 

11— 97 
12 - »« 
13— 04 
3»- 04 
33— »4 

la- 9* 

30 - 93 ; 

12- 02 I 
33— 03 
30— 01 

10 - 90 I 

12 - *» ; 

29- S9 
3S— 07 
3*— 09 

5rl w 1 1^8 "P paas Likewise 
llZ ?i I maker, as they entered the home 
M - ''ilstret**. Mrs. laek Boward's Advla- 

V^T- rling Anna won the ^akMap Han- 

\Z SS dlcap. today. 

Advising Anna was lengths ahead 
at the flnl.sh. whiV- four of the field 
Struggled for the .vmnd money 
Shepherd Boy, of the I.affoon and 
Yelser string. Was ruled eecond. 
while likewise. W. B. Smith nomi- 
nee, was held to haw; taken third. 



faltering p au o ea t te w aii4 win the 
1934 open golf Championship of thal08-7»-308 

United SUtes. I Jl»l fbnllB, 

The last man to finish In the en- '308. 
tire field and hta deciding shot the 'Johnny 
last to be played in the thirty- 83-75—311. 
eighth national tournament. Dutra Al 
came from behi nd to whip Gene 
Saraaen, stocky faraMT champfcm. 
by a single stroke, M to 294 for 
jthe regulation 73- holes. Three 
others were deadlocked, another 
stroke back at 295, in one of the 
moat dramatic finishes in the his 



Alvln Krueger. BeMt. Wis.. 181. 

7,'i-7.^ 301. 

Al F>i>lno«,A, Akron, Ohio, 150-78- 
7R ;t04 

OrviUe White. Overland, Mo., 185- 



iH-M-n— 



313. 

J<tfmny Parr^ WMHall* If J., 
lft4-«-il-«lt. 
Porraater. OradeU. KJ., 18041-TI 

308 

A Rodney nilas, Jr . Ohio. 147-82- 

178-307 



tory of the championship and the 
closest since 1830, when giant Tbd 

Ray, of England, beat ont fawr 
rivals by one stroke. 

BBBYB-nifOUNO flNliB 

For a man who carried his medi- 
cine around with him for emergen- 
cies and confessed to having loet jimmy 
twenty potmds from a serious siege 73—299. 



Id Dudley, Philadelphia, 
73 — 300. 



154-83- 



Bddla Leoa, Chicago, lll-7g.77- 
800. 



34 100 

12— 07 
33— 94 
32 - 05 
30— 01 
37— 01 



•Jack WaaUaoC 

76— 310. 

Johnny 

77- 73 -299. 



Ravoila, MOwMgMa. Ml- 



20 



of anMoMe dysentery tins Spring. 
Dutra played like a aharpahooter In 
the best of health, as well aa WMh 

the stoutest of skill and O W gO In 
a nerve-tlngllng flni.sh 



Macdonald South. Maahviaa. 

140-78-70-308. 

Bill Burke, Cleveland. 147-77-73— 
308. 

Paul Runyan. White Plains N Y . 



Bight strokes behind the fVont [ ig2-7»-7a_307. 
runnhig, Bobby Crulckahank. at the I •zei Baton. Oklahoma City, 149 
end of M hcOaa ai ' ^ * " *^ 
of Sarasen at the 



••••*ae« 
« eae* • e « 

••••••■a 



22- 77 
70 



« JO 

9 s s=s 



31 
30 



30 
31 

as 



M j^ff. was neia 10 nay,- tBKc» joi osiuni *m« 1 ••mi DUira 

liZ u despite faltering badly In the final unfurled two aensatlcnal TOonOB to- 
' (iin^ iaiirf i I day to overhaul them both, with 

The porae paid 92jam to the win- 
ner, and Advising Anna returned 
33- 03 ' even money to h<-r backers. Rains 
ttie time. r.Ul-l, elow as 
aC 1:11. 



' 1* 



only four holes to go. and then out- 
played them daeSlveUr Sown the 

stretch. 

Dutra poatad wiceeeslve rounds of 



A.OOG THAT EATS FIRE / 
Qwntd by frank bchwftb 

Aurora, tnA- 



EXPLANATh;.\ 1 OR 
_ eff a KInS— The four kings of the deck are David, 
powerful monareha In bM«y^Ia_^ ordar munedjhey ^re preeent U>e 



A SNOW STOR/^ »N A COAL /^INL 
WA'. CAUSED BY THL COOl ,DR^ AIR 
COINING IM CONTACT WITH THE WAR^A. QA^^P AIR 

*I2 Slope 20 lunnel. Trv)C!>^hlc. Ph' .l.'^.^'ill*" 
YESTERDAY'S RIPLEY CARTOOK 



Gortittn llimti'r lo 
Hide on B.C. Turf 
In Coming Seaton 

VANCOUVER. June 8 (CP). - 
flordon Hunter, of Victoria, sixteen- 
year-old brother of Jimmy Hunter. | 
Vancouver's outsUnding jockey last 
year, and now one of the crack 
riders In tha Bbat. wlB perform on 
Vancouver tracks this year. offlcUU 
of the Vancouver Thoroughbred As- 
Alexander, Caes<»r and Charlemagne the most »oclalloo stated tonight. 



foUow 



sulU, diamonds, 
lahapttai 



hearts, 



w 
8 



^ WMtana— Ueut S«"*»r PmI Lundborg. the 8wodl.^h f.ler who rescued Noblle s Arctic Expedition 
^r. . w- nmHm. in Ifag held oOoaia' eonunlsslons in five different armle.s In addiMon to hb .Swedish 
Tni*"he"fW iSS^he^aSStS oSSS. SESTutna and .PUUand, shortly ^bejore^jmme^^ 
R lafu-r t» - . loee of the World War. After being praneled 80 Ota tank «f aiplaln ha «as in wi ao n w 

24 an airplane Rrridriit 

'^1 dOMI addifae all qicxics Cartooatsi Kipkjr. eye Ujob i-caiufc^ New YmH Qtf* JLMf 



The youthful Victoria Jockey will 
come over for the opening of ii' 
Brlthh OolumMa radag. June 28. 

OffMialB alBo olalad that tha aa?- 
enth ear loatf of Inrses arrived to- 
day for the •umirT season. The 
new arrivals Included eight sprint 
ers from the Meadowbrook Stables, 



i 



Kamonen SeU Record in Winning 
VS.AA.IJ. Marathon Again 

WA8HINOTON. |«as • (AP). - Dave Komonen, 
wiry Finn of Sudbury, Ont , today rapaatad hia 
victory of laat year, in tha United Stataa Amateur 
Athletic Union nmtfaen from Moont Vamon to ti»a 
White House His ttet of 2 hours, 43 minutes, 26 2-5 
seconds for the 26 milgt snd 385 yarda, aet Mn tw^ record 
for the event, whkh wag op oa o srtd bjr Thg WaoMacw" 
Bwaniiic Star. 

Mel Porter, of the German-American Athletic Club of 
New York, finiahcd second, five roinutea behind the Tina- 
MHCaMtftes wtaaor. Hs pteegd thi Mmo taM yoar. 

Bill Steiner. mctigpsMtOn champion, and a teammate 
of Porter s, placed third Is 2:49:45, and AugUM Slovoda, 
of Chicago, waa fourth. 



Oeorga SehnaUari 


OBdon. Utah, 


l»3-70'7»-W7. 




Ky Uflean, Da* 




30S 




To-.n rraavy. Aft 




78-88^-209. 




Joe KBfcwaud. d 


do^ 14l-1t-t4 


•—300. 
Denoar 0Mla, PI 


lUslllhla. Mi- 


01-7»-811. 




•Ous Moreland. 


Dallas. TMHM. 


183-85-79 317 




Walter Hagen. Detroit. 188-83-08 


-^0. 




*Oaana Dawaon, 


oneagoh m-n- 


nobby OnilctalM 




219-78 295 




WIffy Cox Brooklyn, 220-75 295 


Lea Dlicel, Philadelphia. 147-78-78 


John Golden, 




181-74>70--008. 





(•) Denotee aofiateur. 




The propoeed esnlor foothalt 

league hold a meeting Tueadav 

evening, at the YJdX^A., at 8 
e'elodu 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, JUNK 10. 1934 



ENGUIND LOSES FOUR WICKETS FOR 128 RUNS 



i 



f 

\ 



HOME TEAM MAKES 
SLOW PROGRESS IN 
FIRST JEST MATCH 

*'Googlv'' BoHliiip <»f Clarry (;riiiinieU Prove* 
Stuniiiliiijj; I5I«M k for V.n\^\\>U Ueveo — ^Auitra- 
liani* DiMiii-rd for M X in Fiwt IllliiugH 
Uiipperfitia Juhl MisMi Coitvry 



MOTTmailAM. MM • <»> " 
H ijiMMi today brought about the 
^nilr'* of Australia for 374 run* 
in the nrst test matcli, but ui\ Kolng 
to the WiOtoU thf home batsmen 
lound nmi btid to ^Mito and had 
eomplM onlr 1» nw tar tour 
wleketa. 

While Kenneth Famee. youthful 
speed bowler from 
mainly respowOle for tlM tWrWto 
comparatively small total. IngUnds 
poor showing was brought about by 
that old master of the art of 
-googly" bowling. Clarry Orlmmett. 
He captured the wlekeU of Herbert 
sutclific, o. F. Walters and Maurice 
Leyland at a coet of 41 ruaa. 

Befort the |re»l holiday crowd 
at the Trent Bridge endOMire. the 
famous Yorkshire batman waa the 
only English player to treat the 
jlQttpodean bowling with any de- 
paa 0( confidence, and when he 
«M aaught off Orimmett'a bowling 
ha had acored 63. 

Walter Hammond, the Glouces- 
tershire all-rounder, fell a victim 
to W. O. Reilly after he hHd scored 
36. When stumpa were drawn the 
Nawab of Fatavdl and Patey Hen- 
dren were aaaodated, the Indian 
having 5ix runs to his credit and 
SMdren lo. 

CUPPERFIELD STARS 
Hie Auaales resumed play today 
Wllb an overnight total of 207 for 
flvt wloketa, and the crowd was 
tNalad to a fine display by twenty 
yMT-old E A. Chlpperfleld, who 
aurled his score to 99 when he 
■aldted a fivst one from Fames Into 
ttM hands of Leslie Ames behind 
the wlekets. 

Stanley McCabe was caught by 
Leyland with his SCOre at 66 
Grlmm'>tt k'ave Chlpperfleld In 
valuable assistance before he was 
kowled by Oeary for 39 runs. The 
ether touring taatanan failed to put 
up much reslstanee. 

Fames was the best of the Entc- 
llsh bowlers, his five wickrUs costing 
a shade more than 30 runs apiece 
Oeary garnwed three for 101. Hed- 
ley Verity one for 66, and IMilMll 
one for 02. 

In view of Australia's none too 
promising position— 207 runs on the 
board with flv« wloketa down— the 
erewd aetUad badt. pnparad for a 
stubborn batting stand. 

Stanley McCabe and youthful 
Chlpperfleld ojyned the batting 
McCabe had an overnight score of 
60 and Chlpperfleld 17. Kenneth 
Fames, of Sssex. and George Geary 
opened the ttigllsh attaek. 
■UBvnrBS Amu. 

Geary's first vm was a maidan, 

Chlpperfleld survlvtag a confident 
appeal of leg-before-wlcket. 

The pair brought the score up to 
234, and McCat>e had reaclxxl 65 
whea be loat his wicket. Fames 
was bowling and McCabe returned 
a catch to Leyland. McOabe's was 
the best Innings so far. Including 
seven fours. 

The sixth wicket was down for 
234. and W. A. Oldlleld joined 
ChlpperflskU who had reached 36. 

OMflekl was highly uneomfort- 
able at the sUrt against Fames' 
streaky bowling, but Chlpperfleld 
' seemed set and WW bitting aoaUy 
on the leg aide. 

The pair brought the total to 260 
after the Australians had beta In 
altogether for just five hours. 

Mitchell and V<Tity toolt a spell 
at bowling and they kept the bats- 
men fairly quiet, tiumgh Oldfleld 
lifted a few between cover-point 
and mtdKrff. 

Then Oldflek), the veteran wicket- 
keeper, who was struck by "Light- 
ning Larwood" in Australia, thereby 
Mousing a furore over "t>ody-line ' 
bowline, then lost his wicket when 
the MOia had reached 261. He had 
66. Re aateked one from MNehott 
and Hammond eaught It. 

Verity viras relVeved by Famea 
and Larry Orlmmett, who suc- 
Oktfleld, smacked one of his 
to the boundary from 
to aend tba tOl on the 

board 



With beautiful driving to cover 

point and effortless cutting, Chip- 
perfleW went up to 99 when lunch 
as taken, with I6i for aovn od 



Official^ in Charge of Colonist Road Race 



mmmmmmmmmmm 



the board Orlmmett had reached 
29. While ChipixTlitid was treat- 
ing Fames' offerings nonchalantly, 
the veteran Orlninett was daunt 
lesaly poshtag hhn to tha 

off bound :\rv 

JUST MISSES CENTLKV 

Chlpperfleld, needing one run for 

his century, was destined not to get 
it. After swinging a little wildly 
at one of Fames' fast ones, he Just 
snicked another one, and Ames dis- 
missed him for 99. The crowd 
roared In glee, but quickly reallaln- 
the youngitar'a faolhici. they Hood 
up and cheeiad him all tha way to 
the pavilion. 

Bght wleketa were down for 366 
runs. 

The remaining two proved easy. 
Clarry Orlmmett was bowled by 
Oeary. after reaching St, and w. J. 
on^y was dlwilmad ilmllaily by 
Fames after oeortng seven, while 
T. V. Wan. lait man to. failed to 
score. The Mo WM ilail666€ tor 
374 runa. 

Fames preifad meet off aettae of the 
bowlers on the innings, getting five 
wlrkeUs for 102 runs. Geary took 
three for 101. Verity got one for 
65. and Mitchell the other for 62. 

O. F. WUton. the angKtfi cap- 
tain, and the vet^^ian TTnrbrrt Sut- 
cllffe opened the English defence, 
with Wall aiKl McCabe on the at- 
tadL They quickly started scor- 
ing, Waltera getting a four over the 
slips' heads and Butdlfft kuwiirhig 
a couple past point. 

Wall sent fast ones down outside 
the off-stump and Waltera watched 
them go by. TtMm OrkMnatt re- 
placed Wall, sending down a leg- 
break, which Walters snapped Off 
through shot slip, where 
fteld and WaU missed It. 




TUB of aScIab la the twdfth saaast C^ist I >.lf - jJ rsce W»» inappfd just after the various dasMS got >war oa their joHmCT. 

• w. -l^wlt^TJ^^SI^ .he highert praise from the trowd, and not .he slightest h.tch occurred to n»r the event. 

Pnday n.ghr ^ ;r'\^^J*S^^*Z V^^^loTvi.l^. PaJwiag. John Wrnger. Dr. Ch.rU, B. Mes.. T. W. I ranc. Dr. B. H N<cl>ell, 

J. R. Ma...n. J. Mor. Hatt. Hon. l". D. ^^^^J^ '^''S^.^^^Tt^U joit^^^^H:" <^^n^^ 



runs before he was eaught by Orlm- 
mett off his own bowling, and af- 
fairs began to look serious for 
nigland, needing 270 runs for six 
to overcome the Aussles' totaL 

The Nawab had a narrow escape 
when O I^t'Uly took a catch off 
Orimmett'a bowling and failed to 



The pair reached 4,^ when Wal- 
ters lost his wicket, leg-before, to 
Grlmmatt. Watters had soored 17 
Orlmmet had him worried, and 
eventuaUy he was out. playing back, 
waiiy Baamood partaowd Ait- 
ciiffa. 

Butdlffe twioo davorly ooat tlie 

ball pB-;t O'Reilly, the only man In 
the sllp.s. The batsmen could do 
very little against Orlmmett, but 
they sent the half-century up In 
one hour and U to a tl ii had 
reached 70. 

On the resumption, Orlmmett and 
WaU shared the bowling, the for 
mer being very dangerous. The 
Anaoleo' smart fleldlag waa fre- 
quently applauded. 

The Australians joined In the 
cheer when SutcUffe reached his 
50, after one hour and Xlfty-flve 
mtoiutea. Not long aflv. ho was 
brllllanflv rau(?ht by young Chlp- 
perfleld HI the sllp.s. off Orlmmett, 
for a total of 62 out Ot 16S. SVt- 
cllffe had ten hours. 

■AMMfyifD CAVOm 
Hammond was the ivrxt vu tlm. 
being easily caught by McCabe back 
of the bowler, after moetlaf ana 
of oUalUy'ft oCiarkBgs with a poor 
stroke. Hummond had 28 and three 
were down for 106. 

The Nawab of Pataudl and Mau- 
rice Leyhad baaamo aoa oolat o d. bat 
tha lattor ww lood f6r «Blr iH 



Pat.<;y Hendren replaced Leyland 
and the two were still In at the 
close. They treated the Aussles' 
bowling with great respect. Orlm- 
mett particularly calling the tune 
with good length sptamara. The 
Indian spent twenty mlnuteft with- 
out getting a run luul then .-angled. 

Grlmmatt had a three-hour spell 
of bowling. The doee came with 
128 runs for foiu- on the board. 

The analysis showed that Orlm- 
mett s three wickets cost him only 
forty- three runs, slightly more tlian 
fourteen apiece. OHellly got the 
Otbar for forty one runs. 

TUE SCORES 
Scores foUow: 
Australia, First Innings - 
Woodfull, c Verity, b Fames — 26 
Ponaford, a Ames, b Fames — 53 
Bradman, c Hammond, b Ooaiy 29 

Brown. Ibw, Geary — 22 

McCabe, c Leyland, b Itenes — 65 

Darling, b Verity .- - 4 

Chlpi>erfleld, c Ames, b Fames .. 99 
Oldfleld. 0 Hammond, b Mitchell 20 

Orlmmett. b Geary 39 

O'Reilly, b Famea 7 

Wall, not j>ut ..... . 0 



Rival Cameramm 
Bold SpoiUghl 



NOTTINOHAM, June • 
(CP).— Spectators at the 
cricket test match watching a 
grim duel between England 
and AMtraU* today were 
acnused by another sort of 
fight. It waa between rival 
cameramen Ai>parrntlv the 
rights Inside the ground were 
given to only one company. 
Others erected a high ptaii- 
form outside the ground and 
were busy getting pictures 
when the first company got a 
captive balloon and hoisted it 
right in front of them. The 
crowd set up a terrific rear 
when the balloon finally broke 
away and disappeared toward 
Uw eealit of tho dir. 



Senators Find Grove 
For Six Doubles to \ 
Establ ish Ne w Mark 

Wathington Crew Gets Half Dozen Two-Baggers 
in Single Innings Against Red Sox — A^8 Nose 
Oat Yanlw--GiaBl» Stop Pliils--Ciibs 

AMERICAN LEAGUE I proved the winning blow today as 
nnfiTON June 9 (AP) — The tha GlaBia tamad back the FhUlles. 

BOSTON, June « tA**;. » , « ^ ^ddle Holley's 

Washington Senators establLshed a » j. « «»w «u 
modem major league record by , d«"^ry In the ninth and gave the 




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r. u. B. w 

Wall - 16 4 39 0 

McCabe 3 13 0 

Orlmmett 32 14 43 3 

o-ReUly 30 10 41 1 



T^ital 

Fall of wlrkPt.s-1-77. 2-88, :?-125. 
4.146, 6-153, 6-234, 7-281, 8-355, 
9^ 

Bawling Aaalyala 

P. Iff. B. 

Fames - 40 2 10 102 

Geary 43 8 101 

Hammond — 13 4 29 

Verity 34 4 85 

Iffltehell 31 4 a 

Lryland 10* 

England, First Innings— 
SutcUffe, c Chlpperfleld, b Oilm- 

mett - 

C. F. Walters, Ibw Orlmmett -.- 
Hammond, c McCabr. b O Rellly 25 
The Nawab of PaUudl, not out.. 6 
Lej^land, e and b Or lmwi o lt ... 6 
Patsy Hendren. not out 10 
Ksctras * 

Total for four wlckeU 128 

Fau of wtekotfr-l-ll^ S.1IS, S-io6, 
4-114. 



Athletic Contest 
Mevtiuff Yvsti'iiiiiy 
h Great Success 



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With few, but enthuslaallc. con- 
testants from Oak Bay United 
Church. Metropolitan United Church 
and First United Church, the na- 
tional athletic contest, open to all 
members of Tttila TTaU Banger 
and org.anlzed Simday school groups, 
was held, yesterday afternoon, at 
the Victoria High .School grounds. 

Results of the contest have yet 
to be computed, as the meet was a 
group contest. Jar compeUUon 
among taama of six boys, and 
awards will bo SMda cn a basis of 
team averages. BMh indilld ual. 
however, l.s .scored OB S fOO h O Wtng of 
age and weight. 

Officials of the day were: Rev 
J. H. A. Warr, Leonard Hall. Rev. 
O. a. Boethroyd. An^ MeKlnnon, 
Vivian ."Shoemaker, OecrgO Ixme, 
Herbert Lansdeii, Roy Berryman, 
and niemhers of tha track 
and field yuad. 



biasUng Bob *Xefty" Ofova for alx 

two-base hits in a single Inning to- 
day, when they whaled the Red 
Sox for a 8 to 1 triumph. 

Qtoy started against Monte 
Weaver, the Bonaler^ cradt right- 
hander, and. thanks to great sup- 
port and Roy Johnson's homer in 
the seventh, the Boston southpaw 
had tha beat of the going until he 
wilted la tha alghth. when the 
senaton aooiM all of thair talUoB. 

B. H. K 

Washington 8 17 0 

Boeton 17 2 

Battertca — Weaver and millps ; 

■:<• :i- ! T? Ferrell. 

Vajiks' Errors Coatly 
' NEW YORK, June 9 'APi — | 
Johnny Broea, Yale's be-spectacled 
leontrlbuUon to the ranks of major 
I league pitchers, hurled a three-hit 
game today In his second start for 
the Yankees, but all he got to .show 
for It waa a 4-3 defeat at the hands 
of tha Attttettea. 

.Some sloppy work by the Yankee 
infield proved costly, then Broea 
made the mistake of grooving one 
(or Bob Johnson with a runner on 
base In tha algbtb. R. H. e 

Philadelphia 4 S 3 

New York 8 • 3 

Batterie.s — Benton and Bury; 
Broca and Dickey 



league lead<M.s just enough of a lead 
to stand off a Phllly raUy. 

R. H. K. 

New York g » 0 

Philadelphia .- 1 W 0 

Batteries — Schumachrr and Man- 
cuso; Orabowskl and Todd. 



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CLEVELAND, June 0 (AP). — 
Holding the Browns to six scattered 
hlU"?, Monte Pearson pitched the 
Cleveland Indians to a 3-1 victory 
today and ended tha tribe's three- 
game losing streak. The result 



CHiCAOO. June 9 (AP).— Tony 
PreiUs, young Cincinnati left- 
hander, minimized the effect of a 
dooen Cubs hlU today and the cellar 
Bads surprtaad tha Ohka g na a a with 
a 5 to 2 Tletorj. tboir seoood in two 

games. 

Cincinnati rolled up thirteen hits 
on Pat Malone, Bud Tinning and 
Roy Joiner, with Mark Koenlg and 
Ernie Lombardl. each with three 
hius. inoiudmg an extra base one, 
leading the attaok. R- H. E. 

ClncUmatl ..~ 6 13 0 

Chicago a 13 0 

Batteries— PYeltas and Lombardl; 
.Malone, Tinning, Joiner and Hart- 
nett. 

Pittsburgh at St. Louis — Post- 
poMd, rain. 

INTCBMATIONAL LBAOCB 

Toi unti). 5. Buffalo, 2. 
Baltimore. 7; Syracuse, 8. 
Newark. 16: Albany, 14. 
Roeheoter-Mcntreal, rain. 
St. Paul, 3; Kaneas City, 1. 
Columbus, 4; LouLsvllle. 3. 
Minneapolis. 10; Milwaukee. 9. 
Toladb at indlaaapolio, ^ 
rain. 



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At Loo Angslee B. h. 

Missions ' 11 

Hollywood - • !• 

Batterie.-^ Mitchell. Lieber 

Duggan; Hebert. Ulle, CampbeU 
HCrAbeiger. 

At. Seattle— R- H. 

Portland — .- — I « 

Seattle 0 * 

Batterlea— Caster and Doorr; 
PUette and BottarlnL 



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TACOMA, June S fAP).— Arthur 
"Pinky" Shull. 172. Tacoma. Rtatf 
Ught-heavywelght champion, won a 
cloee decision over "Sonny ' Buxton, 
172, Victoria. In the six-round main 
event of the ring programma here 
last night. Shull. on hl« heavier 
and cleaner puncliing in the first 
four rounds, piled up a margin that 
Buxton's rally in the last two rounds 
*fklM to 



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Batterie.n- Andrews and Hcmsley; 
Pearson 

Tigers Keep Lead 
DVrROrr. June g (AP).— Detroit 
remained at the top of tho Amerl- 
League standing here, today, 

romln« fiom behind to hand 
the Chicago White Box an 8-5 de- 
feat. Tha Tigers staked the Sox to 
a three-run lead In tha first Inning, 
the result of a homer by Mnlo Haaa, 
.s*n(fle by Zeke Bonura and an- 
oUier circuit blow by Al Slmmon.s 
.„ Sorrel, the Tigers' starting 
piudier. waa replaced In the third 
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R. H. B 

Chicago 5 11 0 

Detroit - -- • 13 

Battertaa-WyaU and Shea; Sor 
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BROOKLTM, JWM t <AP» -The 
odgars and tha Baaton Braves 
played a do wM i I n 
a splurge of heavy hitting and a 
drisale that hampered play in the 
second ciaish Boston won the 



game here today. The winning run 
was punched over In the eighth in- 
ning when McPoiigall. Los Angeles 
southpaw, walked Bhyna and Punk 
doubled to centre, scoring hl.s mate. 

Behind the airtight pitching of 
■d Walih. Oakland defeated Sacra- 
mento at Oakland today. 4 to 0 . 
and gained a three to tww adTiO- 
tage In the Rerle.'« The game waa 
stUled conclusively in the eighth 
tmmAmf whOH the Oak.1 knocked 
Oregory from the boa and scored 
three runa on as many htta. 
PLATBBS BOSTILB 
At Seattle tonight. hoatUlUas 
flared in the Seattle-Portland 
"grudge series." with several free- 
for-aU wreaUUig matches between 
the ptayert. touched off by a set-to 
between Preaklent Tom Tttmar, the 
Portland owner and manager, and 
Dutch Reuther, Seattle leader. 

The Beavers won the game. 1-0, 
on 

'"m I.OS Angelee today, HOBywood 
ihelled two Mission hurlers for fif- 
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Brooklyn replied w!th an early at- 
taclt on Huck Betts. scoring all its 
runs In the second and third In- 
nh«8. to win tha alUMcap, 8 to 3 
Pbat Oama— B. H. B 

iMton S 11 1 

Brooklyn « 1 3 

Batteries— CantwcU and Spohrcr; 
Benge and Lopea. 

Boeton 1 • 3 

Brooklyn 8 12 0 

Batteries — Betts and Spohrer; 
Herring and Loper. 

PRlLAOBJinA. J«M • (AP)/- 

Mel Ott .'^erond homer «f the day 
and his fourteenth of 



the .series lead, three to two. 

mff««jT Oohby streets team 
started out aartr. eeorlng twieo to 
the first Inning OO two tr iples and 
an infield out. Oecar BeKharit 
scored in the fourth on Mannus Du- 
gan'a single, and then the Mission 
cMb aanad away ttia eontai* Is Bm 
nrth with a thMhffBB fglf. 

Ti>e scores: 

At Ran PranOlgi^ B. H. E. 

Los Angelas .... — . 4 7 i 

San WamiBM • > 

Batteries ThomaO SBi O. ObS^^ 
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ESQUIMALT PUTS OUT THISTLES IN CUP SOCCER 



Dockers Score 2-1 
Win Over Saanich 
XJfWests Go Under 

G<Mb b7 MOImf and Waglaad Ghw Etqaimalt Hvd 
Foa^Mrtdi Omt Sdmibm rMdballan ia' 
DoaiiniM Chdlcafle Cnp Se ile* Cw e * - 
■Urii Fan BefoM Nanaimo City 



Winner of Colonist Cup 




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EnKlneerlng their way through] Oltjr ioott^ twm rjn up •«»ln«t 
minute* titb» gaai* tM '«>^- [riiampion sup, thi« afternoon. With 

lowll>K It. up with anotlK-r lll the (,he exiMptlon <>1 Mif first fifteen 
lat« ttagM oX tb» flnal caiito. ii>qui- unnuie.s. it 'a.i.s n oi.c wdi d Kanie all 
In front of Saan- UiioukIi 

WMt*. after filleen minutes, lost 
the MnrleM for tho balance of the 
game of YouBcm, Inakle right, who 
cc^lded with Thompeon and fell 
enUTcd 1 heavily. It was seldom, howevw. 

that the vLsillng forward line had 
the ball, play being near their goal 
Tbey forced two comers In the first 
half, their only ones of the day. 
while the locals earned eight. After 
eighteen minutes of pUy. Kulal 
scored Naiiainio'.s flr.'.t Koal. Two 
minutes later, on a ( ^<>.^.s from Sand- 
land, he shot his .sccoikI. 'Irn min- 
utes t)efor« half-time Kuiai again 
md, but passed to Waugh. who 
sooNd. makliiff It thrw to nU at the 
half. Within th« flnt seran minutes 

of resumption. Nanalmo scored 
three Kf>al.s, Wuiinh KetimK all three. 
With the score 6-0. Nanalmo for- 
ward line changed around, trying to 
let eveiy lotm^T^ ■ IMd. Sand - 
land, howevtr, leorad the oast two, 
ending the g*m«. Beren hundred 
watched the play, which was han- 
dled by Referee J. Smart. 

MAINLAND GAMES 
VANOOUVKR, Juno • (CP).— Two 
Low«r Mainland elevens, 0t. Saviours 
and St. Andrews, of Vancouver, 
chalked up victories today to ac- 
company Esquimau and Nanaimo 
Into the MCODd round of the Do- 
minion ehaltenfe soeoer series. 

St. Saviours turned back Colum- 
bia Hotel Young lUllans, 4-2. In 
the first of a double-header here. 
St. Andrews nosed out Maccabees, 
1-0. in the other half of the daUUe 



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Idk TtolallM by a 2 to 1 soon In one 
of the flrst-roond matches In the 

Donuuioii Challenge Cup series at 
the iioyal Athletic Park yesterday 
afternoon. Both cieveiui, 
from the ilist division of the Pacific 
Coast FMHMdl leagiie. ww far 
from on top form and the match 
was spotty at times during both 
halves. A fairly good crowd wit- 
nessed tbe PM^ ot the auburb- 
anHes out of the cbaavtadHUp pic- 
ture, but the weather ftUT too 
warm for them to be treated to a 
fli.s'. cliuss exhibition. 

]}M|Ulmalt earned the right to 
eUih trMi Nanalmo, who elimi- 
nated Victoria West yerterday 
on the Up-l3land pitch, Sat- 
Uiday afternoon In the Lsland flnal 
at the Royal Athletic Park at 2:30 
iftjfUtL — Ttm doefcen will hold a 
few wortouts duztDf the week and 
hope to give their best against tbe 
gmm Coal Cnty footballers. 

LUCKY GOAL 
The dockers broke •through for 
their first goal In the opening half- 
hour when MlUer, luckily, put the 
ban orer Rowel bead. Late in the 
snsslnn. Mike WaglaxMl made 
it a to 0. following a foul called 
against the goalie for running OOt 
ol his area, and then Danny Olancy 
saved tlM Thistles from a whitewash 
■bout live mlnutee before time by 
converting Noel Morgwi'M lovely 
hooked cross with hLs hei\d. All 
through the final half the ThLsUe.s 
bttttled de^rately to avoid defeat, di'' 
but failed after glvlnc their best to 
tbe final btaM ot the tflilitle. 

Opening on the attack, Dick 
mUer nearly broke into the score 
oetamn in the first half-mlnuu>, but 
Willy Rowe ptmed oft a sensaUonai 
stapof a wicked drive from «lose in. 

ThlstlM started with ten play- 
en »nd then Danny Telfor came on 
t* equalize the teanw. Joe Crowe 
teeloA DC Costa with a long lob, 
imt n WM flIeMM with caas. and 
then Brown, whq turned In » Une 
game, beat Sweehey an d Joc Wott, 
to shoot over a lovdjr «raii» whkli 
the goalie cleared. 

nquiowlt got away on a tMi at- 
tarV: but Btcwart was whistled ofl- 
skle after Uklng MlUer-s paai. Ttie 
dockers came bock dangerou.sly, but 
Joe Oiowe cleared to mld-fleld with 
a line kick. The winners kept on 
nuhlng the ThUtles' defence and 
they were working overtime keeping 
the onrujshlng dix kms out of their 
avea. During the oIIen.slv' .s, Stewart 
had tffWg** hick when li-s ! t ^'">t' 
hit the framework and was cleared. 
It looked as If It had the goaUe weU 
beaten. ESqulmalt .scored through 
MlUer, who followed and took the 
haO from WlUlams. rrom the rc- 
aultant scramble, MUlar, somehow, 
flipped the ban over llova^ haad 
hUO the n<<t 

DOCKEKS PRESS 

A foul waa called against Essler 

shortly after and ttqulmalt nearly 
ftdde<i another. Jimmy Hay took 
the kick and sent Uie ball to the 
goal mouth. Miller headed to Stew- 
art. Who heoke4 it in from a diffl- 
cult angle, only to have Ro*w putt 
It behind for a corner. The flag 
kick was cleared, and a few minutes 
I HHjtt was given a great 
la front of the not , but .shot 
the baU over the bar. Howe had 

Jast fllppwi MfflW* ^••^^ 
header over t» bar M tM haU 

whistle sounded. 

g^ati***' preseort hard as tha sec- 
ond haU opened and the Ihqulinalt 
defence had their wort cut out fcr 
them. Morgan ml.-tsed a golden op- 
portunity during the Saanich at- 
tadhi after Telfor had ma^e the 
opening With a Ana cross from the 
wing. The Thirtca aoottoued to 
prejjs har<I. hut their attacks were 
repulsed time and time again. In 
a break away on the Saanich net. 
aHUtmalt aoored their second tally 
m eleafteg. Row* im out of hU 
area and a free kick was given, from 
which the ThUtles' defence failed 
to dear and Wagland scored !• the 
Mnitr with a low shot. 

OLANCT ■COBBS 
Saanich cnme back With deter 
mlnallon and were having the bet- 
ter of the exrhangev but tl^elr sror- 
iBg JMHtles proved weak. OlaiKy 
VBiMltnHhlng De OosU, who lost 
possession of the ball, aaaaleh 
claimed the ball was on the Une or 
over, which mean.^ a goal, but 
llafem Robb turned deaf ears to 
tMr ylcadings. It would have been 
a hard declslca to mak e^^O^ acy 
soon recovered, and Juet before tha 
finish headed In Saanlch's lone goal 
from Morgan's wonderful cross. Joe 
Orvwe had given the ball ta Morgan 
With a long drive upheld. 
Robb refereed and toans follow: 
Saanich ThlstlCi — Rowe. ttsler 
Gibbons, willlamiw Oivwc. Roper, 
Qiaacy, c. 
Brown and Teller. 

BsqulmaK—Da Ooala. Jea Watt. 
Blehard. Sweeney. T. Watt. Hay, 
Btewart. John Watt. Miller. Wag 




lAKE PARI IN 
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Finnish Runner to Seek 
Canadian Naturalization 
Papers Soon 

HAMILTON Ont , Jime 9 fCP>.— 
Dave Komooen, Canada's premier 
maiAthoner. haa two ^UnetdtSes to | 
overcome before he can n acii ih. 
Brltlih Bnpba Oamcs, to^L^n dw. i 

Atlantic With tha Oaaadtan team, 
he must obtain his Canadian 

naturalization papers, and he must [ 
be one of the first four to finish In ! 
the British Empire QeaMt WUMthon I 
trial, hare. June 16. 

The gerfi**" Brttiah Xmpirel 
Oames cemmlttee has decided! 
Komonen can compete In the trials, 
but the committee l.s ix->wri ip.s.s to 
Include the runner on the icHni. ifj 
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Colonist Cup, at Vtiday^ tweUth 
annuaJ road race. Duval is aU- 

teen years of age, and In winning 

the trophy showed remarkable rld- 

InK ability. The slim, blond-haired 
youngster rode the elffht-and-a- 
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day. Neil placed third In a two-mile 
handicap for boys under eighteen, 
and on the time trials, held recently 
he wen hls d ass, under eig hteen 
TMBiK Duval's margin over Vkank 
Canon, daa -A wUmar. waa the 
widest ever soared bjr a daaa B 
rider over A, io«e idea Of t^ 
speed made by the riders may be 
had In the fact that Reg and Bob 



Wilkinson Cup for the rider beatlnR • Slmnk.s, who piloted reporters In 
last year's time in either cla.s.s A or U ia.<:s A and B, came down the 
B by the widest margin. DuvaLs, stret<-h at the top of Quadra Street 
%im» was 1:0« faster than that made to Klng.s Road at between fUtjr-Sve 

In ola« B laat jear. On Good m-land sixty miles per hour. 



St. Saviour.s' dotermlned drive In 
the second half their K.»me with 
Young Italians won them the ver- 
dict. On the ahort end of a 2-1 
score at half time, as the result of 
nrst-half goals by Montgomery and 
McConaghy. of Young lullans, and 
Moffat, of St. Saviours, the Tigers 
drove in attack after attack on re- 
sumption for Pallott to equalise. 
Ten minutes later Murray West 
drove a hard ball that Roots wa.«: 
unable to handle and St. Saviours 
went farther ahead. 

Ten minutes from the final 
whistle. Pallott dipped past Mc- 
Conaghy and whipped In the Ttger.s" 
fourth goal and the final marker of 
the game. 

Gardner's drive ten minutes from 
fuU time gave at. Aadrewa their 
margin Of vietery agataiet Macca- 
bees. 

Neither side Wes able to wore 
during tbe first half, with opposing 
forwards takteg toma at aweeplng 

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Victoria Lawn Bowlers 
To Cel ebrate Founding 

Oldest Qiib Now OpeniUng in Britbh Columbia 
Will Mark Twenty-Fifth Annivenftry Next 
Satnrday^liiYitation to Many Oid-Timen 



has I 

fo-- Mip p!\i'>ers. 
TUKEt O.N TEAM 
Hie British Empire Oames com- j 
mittee haa dadded to select the 
maratheiMff to aeeoDpany |he| 
team only from the leaders In thei 
trials. Three, It has been ruled.] 
will be definitely placed on the team, 
and a fourth will be taken if I 
finances permit. 

More than two doaen entries have | 
appeared for the marathon trial. 
Dan MrKenzle. of the British Co-| 
lumbla branch of the Amateur Ath- 
letic Union of Canada, has for- 
warded the entry of William Hop- 
kins, of New Westminster. 

entries have arrived from the I 
Monarch, Oladetcne and Fhmldi 
Athletics Clube. of Toronto, and from | 
Sudbury. London and other centres. 
Twelve Hamilt/)ii runners also have' 
entered the grind, s( heduled for the , 
same day as the Dominion Inter- 
acholastie track and field cham-l 
plonshipe. Vmn the atodents will 
be selected the CaoadiMB schoolboy | 
team to vLslt Au.stralla this Summer. 



Br W. H. TOUHnL 

Twenty-five years do not, at first 
glance, appear a very great apace 

of time In the life of a sports 
organisation, and more especially 
when compared with the hfettaa of 

.some of the clubs engaged In the 
same paatlme in the land from 
which lawn bowling hailed; yet. In 
a new country such as ours, with 
Its virile populaUon. with lU rapid 
.succe.ssion of likes and dislikes, a 
quarter of a century of continuous 
operation on the part of the Vic- 
toria Lawn Bowling Club U worthy 
of note. 

ment of tha offloers and members 
of that club, and so they have de- 

cldxl to celebrate, the ceremonies 
to take place on Saturday, June 18. 
at the club greens. 

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KENT*S 



641 YATES STREET 



(Sincg 1862) 



pun ''JI' V f nyi, 



h^ld hi the Hlbben-Bone BuUdlng 
and the club was started off with 

the name of Beacon Hill Park 
Bowling Club, by which It was 
known until February, 1914, when 
the present name was adopted 
Permission had been secured from 
the Victoria City Oounoil to con- 
struct bowling greens in the park, 
and this was done under Iho super- 
vision of D. D. England, who. at 
that time. wa.s park superintendent. 

In July. 1900. the club wa5 in- 
eorporated. lU first president being 
William CHlphant, 8r.. while Ito first 
secretary was Sydney Child. In 



CALGARY RACING 



OAXiOAIlT. JlilM f /— Race results 
at Chinook Park, here, today, follow: 

Flnt Rbc*— PvrM. tseo: elaiaUaei Umt- 
yrar-old* und up; flv* fvrloasi: 
Monk s Dude <LoliedM>.|4.SS t «■» t I.M 

Amable (Ormy) MJt ll.Ot 

ShMta Dnaai (BIrtw) 1.40 

Tint. I:0«1-S. AIM raa: SOmt Itaeut 

By Wire. Ktd S#th Not at AH. I WiaU M- 
Roxamnnri R . PntrlcU O.t JMUtlWl 

Womfn, Stick Around. 

srcond nae*— lUMuaatloa Punr. IMS 
t«n-Tr>r-eids (foalM In W«tt«m OMnea) 
whirl) have not won two races: four fur 
long* 

Don Orant (Dub«U) ti.OS M M 13.40 

Dm Loral it (MmIi) S.N S.M 

Tllcnada (MolUr) 3.M 

TImr. J.^ I-S. Also ran Sllrnt Laat, 



At least, this is the sentl- thus connection It may be staled x^n^nt. Kni.ht. TaxaurMiu. 



thr»«-y«ar old» 
■aventy yards: 
Brookwood 
■alUM By .... 
Mlaa 0«d«a .. 

Montallo 

Bondalln 

KuiMnnaa 
Trrtold . 

Klvlllrnt 

Tom HIU 

TU Beth 

VolUar 

•AppraaUea tHowanea. 

Horaaa Uatad arrordinii to pott poalUona 

First twM. S p 1.1 . virtoru Vm*. 



•••••••••••ea*t»*«* 



taaa««**a**e********'*** 



Tim., 1:10. Ali« ran: Bit Baa«. WaUh 
.Him. Btrldaaway. Bambouta, BHock. 
114 Scbula. Terallca. BIp Van Winkle 
joil Seventh Race -One mile 

100| Innate <PtUM> HO 20 »« »« «J M 

111 Thro OmMMid (Drwiatt • M I W 

lO.^ I The Fot»ar (CrlUhflald) . ■■ ■■ ■ « oo 
1081 Time. 1:41 Alao rsB: OU Outf. Bright 
•to! Knot. On Sir 

101 1 Elahth Race— one sillt: ^ ^ 
M0«| Bhaita Star <IUIai) Il-M M O » *0 



105 

100 



The Scot* turned on a little more True. It was not the first to be 
pressure In the second, but had hard' orKanlzed, but th<- pmiKM r club In 



that a descendant of Mr. OUphant Third Rac»-Pursc. IIOO; four-year-olda 



luck on several occasions when shots 
graasd tbe btf «r wpcllMi aad 
glaaoed bMlc> 

■ ' — • 

"Sam Hurklns BWMtentaBy thot 

himself while hunting. One of the 
wounds Is probably fatal, but his 
friends are glad to hear that the 
other is not serioue." (Ftan • 
try newspaper)^ 

"My wtfe used to |d«y the piano 
a lot. but itnee the chlldrin »caB»e 

she doesn't have tlBM." 

"Children are a oomfort, aren't 
theff 



this liix: of sport ci-a.^d to operate 
some years ago, .v> that victoria 
can justly claim to have the senior 
bkwn bowllnf ehib in BrttUb Co- 
lumbia 

ORGANIZED IN 1»M 
While the organisation of the Vic- 
toria Lawn BowUng Club occurred 
in 1906, the offleUl opening did not 
take place until June of the fol- 
lowing year, lierause of the fact 
that gwen . h.td to be constructed 
end prepared lor the use for which 
they were I n t end ed. 
Dm organltatlon H d Hng was 



later 



The Cubs' Punch - • ByJackSonb 



great bowler, and playtatg at the 
same greens, in the person o( S. 

E. Corbett, one of the greatest ex- 
ponents of the game in the city. 

Tbe official opening of the Vic- 
toria greens took place on Juna 13. 
1000, under the guidance of the 
late Mayor Lewis Hall, and It is In 
commemoration of this that the 
preamt dtiabnthm la beiaff ataged. 

STEADY PROGRESS 
Xhuring tbe years which have in- 
tervened sinee its hiauguratlon. the 
club has experienced Its vicissitudes, 
both up and down, yet through all 
it has .steadily progressed until it 
has arrived at tlx; point where It 
can truthfully be termed an or 
ganlsatlon of wtakdi any dty might 
Justly feel proud. 

The proKramme for tlM ddlfcra- 
tlon haa not been definitely workec*. 
out, but it can be sUted that Mayor 
David Leemlng will, if possible, be 
present to take a hand in the af- 
fair, with the members of the City 
CouncU and several city olficials. 

INVI'IftD QUESTS 



WESTS WALIXIPEO 
MAMAIMO. June Bight goala 



toirflfrai 




dcrman W. J. MaUe. P. A. Pauline, 
W. F. FuHerton. Anton Henderson. 

Angus McKeown, Alexander Stewart 



is following in his fooUteps as a ^f*v«^r. 

Bobble Doyle 'RDaaelU 7.70 4 00 

Tommie Klrnan iChldiey) 3 80 

Time, l;ai. AIM ran: Mae MacLeod. 
Rltttr. ChntUbeoahaa.'DaBBaUBa. Aasutia 
Fearth Race— ^lekataa Xaadleap: purM. 
•400: three year-«Ma aad ■» <f«SM In 
Western r'linixla); tlvt feriOBSR 
Bobby Thomson 

(HrUukr) tUM UM % 4,10 

Help Teurseir (MotUr) . ... AM 1.10 

Msdfait (Dlrksnm 17.40 

Time. 1 08 Al-o ran FSfflSlSBMi Atral 
Flint. Caramar. Edison. 
DaUr Sanfela paM I4S.N. 
Firth Race — Ranmman'a Randtaap: 
purse. 1500. three- yesr-oldi and up: sis 
(urlon(.i 

Psiaxe <Duncan> tl3.3S 14.11 tliO 

Oaawa B. MUlwr i H olacSl) ... 4.SS 3.SS 

Oraeote (Dickaon) 4.30 

Time. I It 4-5 Also rsn Alorhinc, 
Msnltoblan. BItl/rr Root. 

aiath R«ea— Furs*. IMO; clalmlna; threa- 
yaar-oMs; tta fattaass: 

F*rt F«*ay 'Or«r) II7.3S M.IO IS 10 

(lev nirt (Marshall) S (0 3 SO 

.Swrrt Pekoe iLonsdeni . . 3 70 

Time. 1 31 3-S. Also ran: Xlkhorn Fcarl. 
Carolina J.. Broadnra. Usbt MaM. Mstath 
Fole. Torkla. Oarlssa. 

Serenth Rsea— rart*. msi sMMlna, 
three-year-olds aad tea Mtta and 

saranty yards: 

Jerthtaasa (boasdM) ....tasi tS.«0 n.7f 
Rusaeaata ntarslian) S.4S l.7e 

Planude <Dup Prei t.SS 

Time. 1 J« Also ran: PrIaM Daamal. 
Martary Daw. Tom Hill. 

MOMSAT'S BitranM 
First Rae«— Paraa. mO: alalmloe; thN«- 
year-olds aad ■» (fMM tB WMtern 
Canada): Mf* faiwaes: 

. Dalemead I OS 

Ikl the list of Invitations seat out Mlaa LavMU ••• 

thai* appear the following nan^vi siv!5 "'en*' iS 

thoee above stated. Ex-Ai mu^ jusmus loo 

Tiny Captive 113 

A»trU Ladr 'ts 

Ta« JaaUr 113 

Miss Pes Msr •lOS 

and H F Bishop, who were mem- pu,p,, b,„<i . •io7 

bers of the City Council in 1908 Red oeorjie moo 

and 1W9; while among the old-time 
bowleia iBTttod are: Dr. P. O, 
Moody, W. B. Bt&neland, Alexander 
Stewart, Donald McLean, George 
Vallance, R. B. Dunn. Robert Dows- 
well. Andrew Sheret. W. 0. Moresby. 
Walter Chambers, Henry Dorrell, 
Oeorge Mellor, Thomas licCoah, 
Frank Partridge, Oeone Jooas, John 
Pullerton. Samuel Shore. A. A.Clay- 
ton. Oeorge Stevenson, Duncan 
Stewart. E P. Allen. William Oil 
phanf .Ir and Roland McDonald. 

B.C. BODY INVITED 
Also toeluded in the Invitation 
list are the officials of the BriUsh 
Columbia Lawn Bowling Amoda 

tloti. the Greater Victoria Dl.ttrlct Eunice Token loo 

Lawn Bowling Association, and the 
officers and members of the clubs 
In Vancouver. New Westminster. 
Upper Island, as wcU as thoee of 
the sLtter clofei iB Vidtafte and lU 
environs. 

President Dave Dewar. of the 
Tlotoria dub, to authority for the 
stateneat that tba woman bmb- 
ber<5 of the club are putting forth 
special efforts to do their .*are In 
making the event a rompletr ,suc- 
oess, Wbleb is an assurance that 
nottallV wOl be aUowed to detract 
ttxm % 



DETROIT RACING 



DETROIT. June •.—Race rmilts, 

here, today, follow: 

Klr^t Rnr- Rl« turlonis: 

Marovech -Helm* 133 00 M 00 14 00 

Moraiua (Dtoaal) »••" 12 

'^i?sie,'rrr*xLiai,T2.T^ 

Aee. Lee Gold. cbarHs. BskT Isai. Oi mti. 

Crosskln. Rye. 

Second Race-Flva fu»»on«»^ „ „ 
Phlldla (Landoltl II 10 18 SO 13 30 

Lovesick (Tipton) J" 
Black Birder iMachsk) 3 «> 

Time. 1 00 4-5 Also ran McCarthy, 
Bojndliis Count. Master L*d, APBM Fimar 

Third n.re VAX »ufl0«>«»-. ^ „ 
Chinese Empress (F«W) .MJ» » « »J •« 

Zorana (Helm) • '«» * 

Fre-War (TIptor > i w. 

Time. ri3 3-S A1.»o r»n Moriisl. My 
Counsellor. Miss Purry. Tua-o-War^ 
Fourth Rsce-Mila sad M*;2i«kth: 

Dianify (Msuro) IIO.SS M M 13 30 

Raccoon i Helm ) 
Polyp (Cochrane ) 

Time. 1 M. Also ran 
Pachaco. Sclmltor. 

Fifth Race— Six lurlonis: 
Trumpery iMattUoD • •»• •• " S *? U 

Time Supply (Luther) I.M 3 40 

Flyinc Bailor <FaUrs> .... ... ■ »M 

TUna, 1:113-1. Mm nm: TtXr by T%\t. 
Mr. Bponaa, Daaart OsU. 

Sixth Race— Mils aa4 eaa-aishth 
bSj Fan (Munden) IW 40 M 40 n «o 



Salisbury (Tipton) ( M 4 60 

HwKty (Burns) 

Time. I 41 Also ran 
LOUahpTt. Mnrrii Kins 

WWther rlrnr track faat. 

OVERNIUHT ENTMB8 

First Race— rive furlenas: 

Treasure Bhip 

Pish Tush • ,..«•..••• 

Lian ..•■•..■«.*«.•••.•.*«•.•*. 

Oin Buek ••• 

All Baya . . 

Oold Sweep 

McCrscken 



I......... 



.......... 



.a........ 

..•...«....••. 



......... 



........... 

•»...... 



Old Dapot (Babarti ... 
FaUh FockaU (Tipton) 



Master BluafOM 

Hospitality 

Master All 
Imperial Bob . . 

Mad BttU - - . . - i^^ 

Saeond BsM «« fertsast: 

Sutar Jar 

Donny Johnny 

Gracious Olft 

Sinsle C .........•*... t .. • 

Canon Ijiw 
Oallop Aiona 
Tranapose . . 
Star PlSbh . 
Chief Daunt 
Caloma 

Donna Mlns 

Pannle Brlea • 

Third Raoe— Flva larlonss: 
Sun Caprice ...•••••.»..•*«.....*••. 
Sister VInle .,...••■•..•...*.....■• 

PIplna Hot 

Miss Anselo •••• 

Oood Aim ••• 

Truly Tours . 
Nice Hsblts . 
Odessa Clark 
Lady Flinders 
Sun Teaparty 
La Cherle 
Beau Covans 
Fourth Race Six turloMs: 

(A) Fanerama 

4 80 4 40 Prln^ Torch 



<A> Shuffle OH 

Phiilarope 

Walk Alona 

wild Retah 

Cold Steel 

Roeturnalaba • 

Honey Baar 

(A) Oeorae entry. 
Fifth Race— Six furlonas: 

eilpper Kins 

Candescent 

Thsiaway 

I.W (A) Rhadaaaanthus 

lie, , Coya 

I MISK MOUTO- 

Con.lnn' Wtta 

I hi ustmiiras 

Red John 

Our Hobby 

<A) O. V. Whitney entry, 
Sistk Itaao— au farloasa: 

IM Brartra 

malt 

Maatlpaat 

Flo M 

Brtiht BubMa 

Burrteo 

Kllntora 

Don Vern 

Blue Baipcror 



IM 
IM 

114 
IN 

IM 
114 
114 
114 
114 
114 
114 



lot I f>>veatli_llaeo— Oaa aula: 

I Cir.fr •! 

>I« , Mild 

10* Lazi Canter 
>>4 Raclietaer .. 

IM I Timorous . . . 
K boushpor'. 



3 30 2 «0 
4 SO 

Thistle ryrn. 



IM 
IM 
IM 
IM 
IM 
IM 
IM 



Lotta Airs . . . 
Sun Shadow 
Burnlns Peet 
ladjkin . 
■Metric Oarr 



tu 

111 
in 
111 
111 

IM 



io< 
ts 
ini 
110 
fS 
101 
101 
IM 
MS 
Ml 



1*4 
104 
!0« 
104 
M 
101 

ira 
ise 

104 

104 
M 
104 
IM 
N 
101 
101 
104 
111 
104 

tot 



A woman in CHeveland clalma tiM 
baby plvcn her by hobpital authorl* 
mltl.'s iMi t the child she thought it 
wu. Many paronu have a similar 



••••■••••eta< 
•••••oOSOIaOi 



■tooaaaoaee 
aae«««>«a*4 
•aaasa***** 
••••••ioaso 

■•esaaaaoao 
- ••oaaasase 

••••■••e 



105 
IM 
IIS 
lit 
M 
101 



no 

IM 

111 



experience, only seventeen or 
een years afterward 



3 ao Cancel 



I. ....«.•. 



Warmer (to native boy) : "Jan, why 
dont you hurry; tftdnt y«a bear na 

r^tlllng you?" 
Jan (Innocently): "Nee, bass, I 
'10 only heard yen when yoU 
lit 1 the fourth tlmel" 



Purple Rock 
Miss Ooldstraaai 

Ironworker 

Star OraaeoBt .. 

Second Raoo- 
threo-mr-«Ms a 
fltlmiiliia MSM .. 
Jtrry Ma 



iin 

, 100 

■••eaeaaaaaeaoaaaeeao 1 00 

, 'lOJ 

■Faraa. IMO: atalaiins 
aS mi Ota failoaea: 



PROFITS 



Uitl 



aeaoaeooaa 



aooaaaooa 



Lord Havoc 
Black Paul 

Plltsomr 110 

Uttle Broom Ill 

Haator I#ona IM 

Third Raeo— Varaa. IMO: cUlasloai three- 
year-olda and aBi Bvo farlMso: 

Sunny World lis 

Wlaa Maria ...•.«..••.•.»•.•...•.... IIO 

KM atth IM 

Half aalnt IIO 

Satin Prineesa los 

BaeoaUr 101 

Iron Knlflht 

BlUy laatar 101 

Baskatoon Lod 101 



•eeaaeoaoooa 



aeaoaoooo 
•••«•••■••••• 



■••••••••a 

••eeee* aa 
• o oa a 



It U also SUted by Mr. 
that aa adBy aa poealMa fl( III 
time bowlsrs are tevHad la be 

ent. so that some real old-Ume 
games may be staged, similar to 



aaasoaoo 



Pourth Race — Furas. IMO: elatoilna. 
tano-mr-«Mo sai api fif* i w l oa s i: 

SttdOVfff ■aet*P«tae«aaaaaa«eo t tS 

Tullnlah 

Mariorie Weiler . 
MISS Swarthmoro 
Liaht MaM .. 
Bon Bobby . 

BUI Bone 
Orace Ann . . 
Book Whittler 

Konatastoa *ie4 | 

Oastodtan 113 

Fifth Race :»ur-«e. 1100 nalmlne Ben- I 
Btor Burns Purse three year-old* and up 
(foalad la Waotarn Canada); five (urlona* I 
...•.*..«...•.••.•..•*... IM I 
......................... 104 

Ktnc Haa •..•..•..«•.••••.•••«**•... 112 

Axle Lass *r7 

Tokena 1 1 1 

Meal ana lu 

aiitk Ra«»— Parn. MIB; aMMiBMi throa- 
year-nids and a»; SBO BMM 084 ItveBty 
yards 

Jast Mrs. . . . IM 

lAVfM OMHtIt •saoeaooa«#o«aooaoa«« 111 



F!w>ky OIH 
As»ln 



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Flags and Plagers 



Musical Extravaganza Is 

A ttr actio n aVD o minion 



of tlw WtlqiM feaiurea of 

jty Million Sweetheart*," the 
NaUoniil raaiu ronuuKC, which 

at th» Dnpirtw Ibwrtw. n 

• II liitrodurtory broadcaist by the 
Ttutt AAdio Kogue*. the tuuoas 
Mliitfln of Am Hm of ite ok. 

The three rogues. Jim Hollhig- 
irood, EddU BartcU and Henry Tay> 
lor. have lo thoroughly perfoetod tho 



hearing un Imitation Of 
to the star luiiiAelf. 

In "Twenty Million Sweetheart.s 
thoM tbrM linlUU • wide variety 
of radio taloni 

popular spoalM- 

Thiv Is but one of the mony n/ml 

features iii the pictii:!' which com- 
bines cuiuedy drama and romance 
with the catchiest musical hits of 
Om yoor. The picture alao Intro 
Ann • new rooaantle team In Dick 



AMUSEMENTS 



On the Srf 

t apitol - Joe E. Brmm In 

"Very Honorable (Uiy " 

01 of U»»" X«a- 



art of iinltathiK the human voice , Pov. ell and Olnger Ro gWa, fc Oth t»- 
thal It Is [)ra< tlcally ImiKx-.Mblc tor niiuLs for thoir d ngln g tfUfaWl 00 WeU 
Che listener to tell whether he Is ; a-s actlDf aMUty. 



FREDERIC MARCH 
COLyMBIA m 



Dominion Dick Powell In 
twenty Million Sweet- 
hearti." 

iMpIre — It Happwod One 

NiKtit." loaturlng Olark 

rUjrJMoac— Helen Hayes 'in 

— . ^ 



CAPITOl OFFERS 
RUNYON PICTURE 



Jao ■. 



rn Hcorrm Ijtughing Tri- 
M Mm HUarioM "Wj 



Joe K. Brown, who 
lor 



Scene From Capitol Film 



"AU of MiP* AIM 



Miriam 




Vlodrte Ifaicb. lArlam Hopklni. 
Oootio Raft aad Hataa Ifaok head 
the cart of PanaMOBfa "Att «C Me; 
now r.n iH^tiar ai tiM CMaabia 

Thratlf 

Tlie picture, duerted by James 
Flood, Is the screen adaptation of 
Rose Albert Parlor^ alafo play, 



"An of Mo* li a dranatle romance 

of a highly bred society debutante 
from the silken luxury of Park 
Avenue, who learius about life and 
love from two law-crushed kids from 
the slums of "HeU's Kitchen." 

Xtttb Ban. oallod tho 'ineot boautt- 
foi iM In tho wetU," by no looi an 
authority than that eminent artist. 
John Held. Jr , has been loomed by 
Samuel Ooldwyn for the leading 
feminine role In Monarchs "Oambl- 
ing 801." tlia addod loaturo. Grant 
Wtthon appoara oppoilto taor la a 
rolo that is morally "raade-to-order." 



EMPIRE SCREENS 
SPIRITED STORY 



^ark GaMr itnd ( luidrttf' ( Olbert 
Co-Biarred In "11 Happened 



nark OaUe and Otaadilto Colbert 
Al.uh l.^ showing taNUOROW at tho 

Kiiiiure 1 hiatre, was siffnatly ho» 

(ired when Columbia t'nlvfi.Mt v ac- 
cepted the authors woiking .s<ript 
of "Lady for a Day," used by ni 
rootor Wnak Capra Id makfng the 
produetkn for C li i i aia M a VMuros. as 
a model for students in the univer- 
sity's department of photoplay com- 
position. 

The sdapttoi. la soonario form, 
bearinc a dedleatloB fftaa Mr. Ru- 

kln. was presented by Jack Cohn, 
vlcc-pre.sldent of Columbia Pictures^ 
in behalf of the absent author, who 
was then hard at work In Hollywood 
on the scenario for "It Happened 
Odo Mifht." Mrs. Ptanoes Taylor 
Pattarson. head of tho Dopartmont 
of Photoplay Composition, accepted 
the manuscript In behalf of the uni- 
versity. 

Golden Coast Is 
In Tow of Coast 
Guard Steamers 

SAN FRANCISCO. June 9 (AP). 
—The freighter Golden Coast, dls- 
ablod aoo milos off fian mncisoo 
whon the taUihaft anappad. was be 

InK towed to port here today. The 
coast guard cutters Shawnee and 
Daphne were alongside the ve.<wl. 
commanded by Captain X. 6ved- 



stmp. 

The Onlden Coa.st In no danger, 
Captain Svedstrup me.ssa'^ed. tho 
soa being moderate. The vessel was 
ea route from Australia, via Hono 
lulu, for 



TENSE DRAMA IS 
AT THE PLAYHOUSE 



Helen Hayes Play» Role of Nun in 
"The Whit* 8Utcr"— Com- 



Helen Hayes, last seen as the 
nuroe la "A Vuvwril to Anaa." will 

be seen tomorrow at the Playliouse 
Theatre in ' The White Sister.' I his 
time ahe plays the role of an aris- 
tocratic Italian girl who. on the eve 
of her woddlag to « naa of her 
father's dMlOO, falls In lofO with 
a young ofBcer In the Italian air 
force. A clandestine romance re- 
sulte. and the father, in a desper- 
ate attetept to oall a bait to the 
proceedings, is Involved to aa auto- 
mobile smashup and dies. When 
the young officer subsequently Is 
called to the front arxi la reported 
killed, the girl determines to aban- 
don the world and to shut herself 
up m a convent as a White Sister. 

The Intensely dramatic climax of 
the story occurs when the officer re- 
turns from the war and confronts 
the nun irtio had bettered him to 
be BO loBfor alive. TIm Htuatlon 
Is .said to be the most stMag OTOr 
enacted by the talented MlSS Rayos, 
outshining even her memorable p.m 
portrayal to "The 8ln of Madelon 
Olaudet." 

"The silliest* man to America" 
comes as the added attraction in 
"The Chief." heralded aJS one of the 
big laugh epics of the year. £d 
Wyna. Of eouroe, la the 



t mll- 
to 

A very 

Honorable Ouy " which opened at 
the Capitol Theatre yesterday. He 
Lb seen in a comedy with an en- 
tirely new twist aad one which fur 
nMMB hi« Willi opportuni 
ties to exhibit his clowning than 
any to which he has appeared 
! before. 

I The story, by Damon Runyon, 
fwnoua sports and short story 
writer, la hUartmuly fuany. MidJoe 
makes the aieel of a 

with fast action and 
and huiuoious situatiun-s. 

Alice White, a.i his chorus Kiii 

sweetheart, is a riot aU to herself 
The dlmtBttltvo btaadtlaadiJoe a 

niad merry chaso by swHoiyav her 

HiTec'.iims whenever he Is dOWB on 

hi.s lurk 

Irene FrauJilui, the famous musi- 
cal oomedy itar, is particularly en- 
tertaining aa Miaa Whtto'e '^•old- 
diggtor' BMtlier who haa tralaed 

her daughter to place her love on 
the man with the most coin. 



If tfbary ilefivKiM 




COyNCILHEAD 
TO SPEAK HOE 

Dr.W.A.CarrothersWilI Ad- 
dress Annual Dinner Meet- 
ing oi Women's Club 

( I I B CALENDAR 

MON DAY — oyro Club, luncheon 

ll'ESnAY Kuvanls Club, luncheon 
ine«tui>; Knipiess Hotel. 12 15 
I> m Women's Canadian Club, 
annual meeting, Smpireas, Hotel. 
3:41 pjB. 

^Hl^I^sn.^Y nnt.iry Club. Umch- 
<i)li uwtl.ii^;. LuipicvN Mold, \2. 10 
pm. Kinsmen Club, dinner meet- 
ing, Smpress Hotel. 0:15 pm 

miDAT— Oapttal 0|ly Oonuavclai 

Club, luncheon naaliB§; Supnos 

Hotel, 12.30 pjn. 

SATURDAY-^iMrtnees aad ProfOs- 
x** Ohtbk Mnmal'dto- 
■oteLTJIpja. 



Joe 1: Brown ind Alice Whiu. lh« Two I «aturfd Pliyrr% m A Very 
HDaoffsblt Gay," the CeAcat Attrsctioa st the Capitol I bcatit. 




5TH (B.C.) COAST BSIGAOB. C.A. 
Brigade Orders by Major M. A. 

Kent. OflDcer CoOHHAading. 

Duties for week ending June 16 
at « p.m., 1934— Orderly OfHcer. Sec- 
ond Lieut. K. Hemlar; Orderly Oer- 
geant, L.-Sergt. J. R. O. Lowther. 

Parades— Annual Inspection: The 
Brigade will parade at the Armour- 
ies on Tuesday. June 12, 1934. for In- 
QMCtion by the DiatrtctOOleorCom- 
irendtov M.D. 11. Ml la at 7:55 
Dress, drill ordV. Officers 
. ,11 wear .swordj. Decorations to be 
worn. Band will attend Parade 
States must be to the orderly by 
1:15 pjn. 

Annual Training, ItSI-W— Pa- 
rades: All Batteries will parade at 

June 



Robert Rlskin, leading Hollywood 
scenarist, author, and playwright, 
who wrote the ioroea adaptation of 
m Weppeiied Oaa Mtht." 



G — 's face on the right wing was 
too much for the defence, which 
was oftoa tied hopelessly to knots. 
—Weekly Pnmt. 

Ooabied 19 »lth lailitir. prob- 
ably. 



In Dominion Musical 



DOMINION 



Now 



•.Him isG 



A BONO . STUDDID 
MKU>DT . PACKBO 

aznuTAoaiiiA 

09 



ANB BOKAim. 



1 




u tarn, atss. s:m. itu, 

with 

Dick Powell 

Ginger Rogers 

4 MUia Brw., Tm* Flarlt* mm* BmS 



ADDBD 

"Thlt tlttl* rig 
Went to Marktt" 

A OtflehUal Mavaitf 



ODorrr noviltt 
rAaAMOUNT on 





rlOd. mu-slcctry laln.Mg and trigger 
pressing) ; 2nd period, lecture (camp 
arrangeraente); trd pirlo4 taa 
driU (T.O.EI>.). 

CM.O.C. Trophy— extract from 
Bn. O. No. 5, dated 17-S-M: *^l£ 
battelkw has been awarded the 
Olf.0.0. AaeodatlOB TYophy for 
muM emdoBgy to raage practices 
ot«ll woa p oaa lOr the tratalng year 
im-M. Tho OOBMnandlng Officer 
desires to express his appreciation 
of the spirit of co-operalion dis- 
played throughout the battalion to 
the wtaataff of the abovo trophy, 
and trusts that all ranks will strive 
to so perfect themselves In their 
duties that further hoeors Bwy be 
merited this year." 

Annual Oteaeifloatloa Fraetlcee— 
Annual classificatioa piaetleoa to 
Paru 1 and 2, rifle and marhlne 
gun and Judging distance tests, 
have to be completed prior to pro- 
ceeding to camp. 

Camp— The names of all person- 
nel able to attend the camp, which 
has been authorized lor the current 
tratoing season, will be notified to 
the Orderly Officer on Tuesday, 
June 12. at the ooncluaton of (he 
second period of tralntaff. 

R. H. W. CLOWES, Major. 
O.C. "A" Coy.. 11th M. O. Bn., 

oux}.a. 




Dick Powen. Giagtf Rogm sad Pst O'Btfoa la s Sceas Fiom "T^*"*" 
MiUioa Swstthssrts." ths Caneat Atttsctaoa Now st tht Dooiiaioa Tbsstit. 



HUMAN BOMB IS 
MAm SANE 



Man Who Terrorized Part of Oak- 
Mad District la Found to 



= SHOW INC. MUN., TUES. AND WED. 




»*>^HAYES 



OAKLAND, Cal.. June 9 fAP) — 
Frank Bennett, the "human bomb" 
who tellWl ae d the But Bay district 
here two weeks afo by flUlag hU car 
with dynamite aad threatentog to 
"blow everything to bits" If anyone 
= i Interfered with his bizarre suicide 
= |plan. was today deolani am by a 
= I board of examlnoia. 
= ! Doctors J. W. SeaauBon aad R. B. 

= Mehrmann, who. with .Superior 
= 1 Judge Le<m K. Oray. compo«>d the 
S board, said the man was an exhibl- 

— tlenlat seeking sympathy by his 
TloloBt aettaoa. na beard elted 

r=r two previnu.s .Milclde threats, one to 
= [ Rcdlands and one In Los Angeles, 

— when hr- i hreatened to throw bMl* 
s eeU beneath trato wheels. 

s Bennett was rrteaead fw Ilia 
= ' ho.<;pltal (y^ychopathie waMI 
faces criminal prosecutlOIL 




For Years It Has Been Acclaimed as the 
GrMtest Love Story Ever Written. NflW Yo« 

r;iTi See It in Talking Picturea 

ALSO BKINO SHOWN 

rA FOUR^^ALARM FROLIC 





A man wlx> thought himself clever 
walked toto a tnitcher shop and 
aaldt "A yard o< portu ptaaso." The 
buidier tanied to hia ■UteBl and 
said: "Serre this 
three pig's feet.'* 



16, 1M4. Supper at 6 p.m. Pall In 
at 7 pjn. under Battoj^ Conuaand- 
ers. Dress, fatigues. 

Transportation Officers' Baggage 
—Any officer desiring baggage trans- 
portation for Tort Macaulay ( Annual 
Training) will notify the Orderly 
Room not later thaa Tttoaday, June 

12, 1934. 

Strength Increase — The follow 
Ing O R s are taken on .'trenRth as 
from date mentkmed: 539 Onr F 
H. oala. sad AJL fleetloa. aa from 

5-6-34; 5311 Onr. J. O0B««r> 12th 
Hvy. Bty.. C.A.. as from n-l-S4; 
5213 Onr. E E. Moore. 12th Hvy. 
Bty, CJL, as from 34-3-34; 7319 
Onr. O. G. Walton. Mth fM. Bty.. 
C A . as from 19-6-31. 

Strength Decrease— The following 
N.C.O.'s and O R 's are struck oft 
strength as from date mentioned 
below, ttoM asptavd: 7169 L. Bdr. C 
Newmaa. Mth fid. Bty., CJL •-6-S4: 
7386 L.-Bdr. 8. R. Seedhouae. 8tlh 

Pld. Bty . C A . 5-6-34. 7317 Onr C 
R, Marsden, 58th Fid. Bty , C A . as 
ftom 6-6-34; 7310 Onr. R D McNab, 
BIth Pld. Bty,. C.A., aa from 6-6-34. 

ProoioCloBe — Hm OOeer Oom- 
BMndlng \s plesjied to approve of 
the following promotion: 3141 Bdr. 
W Cartwrlght. 56th Bvy. Bty« OA., 
to be L.-agt.. 5-6-34. 

H. C. BRAY. Captata. 
A.-Adjutant, 5th (BC > Coast 
Brigade. CA. 



ROAD CONDITION 
TO BE SURVEYED 



Cook ilreol Repafara BroagM to 
AttenUea af Oemcll Throagli 
Mishap 



Threatened with a ault for daai- 
ages, the City Council mday ta- 
strueted the city eiiRlneer. G M. 
Irwta. and the city solicitor, H. S. 
Pringle, to bring in a complete re- 
port with regard to the cocxlition of 
Cook Street in so far as the city 
Ls concerned In connection with the 
maintenance of repairs, aiKl what 
part the B.C.E.R. company should 
be expected to bear. 

Alderman J. Adaau brought the 
matter to the attoatlOB of the Coua- 
cil. He said a motorist. whUa driv- 
ing along Cook Street, betWOOB 
Fairfield Road and May Street, had 
ripped a tire of the automobile, 
whoa drlTlag oe«r the atreet car 
traeka. 

The alderman stated it was not 
Just the road that was bad, but 
also the street car tracks. Street 
cars swung badly as they traversed 
that seeUon of Cook Street, he saki. 
He further reported that the mo- 
torist, whose car waa d en w f a^. to- 
tended suing either tbO Clty OT the 
B.CJSil. Company. 



Dr. W. A Oarrathers. ehalnaan 

of the B.C. Bcor.oni'.r Council, will 
be guest streaker at tin- animal | 
dinner of the Busine.s.s and Pro- 
fessional Women's Club, o*xt Sat- 
urday Bight, at 7:M o^eloefc. WhUe 
the apeaker's aubjeet has aot yet 
been annooneed, it is omMotad he 
will deal with administration IWt- 
ters affecting women. 

Misses Mar jorto aad XMbel Ben- 
son will entertato BKmbora of the 
Klwanls Club at their luacheon. 
Tuesday. Tomorrow, Professor E. 
S. Farr. of Victoria OoUapo, will 
address the Oyte GiBb OB a aobjoct 
aot revealed. 

TO DISCUSS CONDITIONS 

"A RoUrian's View of Conditions 
to South Africa" wiU be proooated 
to B W ri ter a ot tho Rotary OMb at 
its luncheon on Thursday, by Ro- 
tarian Wilfred Kennedy, of Johan- 
ne.sburg. A novel turn is also 
scheduled for this luncheon. 

Tht Ktasmea Obib will aieet for 
dinner on Tliursday. Mrs. Alfred 
Carmichael, pre.sident, will give her 
Impressions of a recent convention 
of Canadian Clubs to Toronto, at 
the local Woneali Oaaadlan Club 
annual meeting on Tuesday after- 
noon. Miss Dorothy Parsons, well- 
kaowB local singer, will be soloist. 

The Capital City Commercial Club 
win Met lor lua d h aon on IMday. 




"Ever since I nurried you.' 
Enpeck courageously, "my life has 
consisted of grindstone, hearth 
stone, and ftoally I expect It wlU be 
toBibatoaa." 

mto." corrected hie wlfb terarty. 



G/VBLE 

cmm 

-^ll H(M)|H'iu J 

Oiuiiicjla' 

Wtlttr Connolly 

R^tcof Kdfnt 

from th* Ccumoaodlon 

Ma^ai tnt tfor . b. 
iamuti UsBliini Ariami 



>Mr i>r MICKtT MOVSR 






CRU18INO HOLIDAY 
Why wear a woman's nlght- 

Don't you know that to oaoo ef 
wreck wobmb are saved SnSr* 




CM.O.C. 
Company Orders. "A" Coy., 
Maotaiae Oaa Ba, CMXIjO. 



nth 



ending June 16. 1914 2nd Lt. A. B. 
Oray, next for duly Lt. H. T 
Scott. Orderly sergeant for week 

cndit« June 16, 1964, L.-agt. O. O. 

wtaBe: am m mw, oks. A. r 

Oarnot 

Parades— The e u wip aay win pa- 
rade ,tt fl pm Tue.<:day. JUM IS, 
1934. Dreas, drtll order 

Training -Training on Tuesday. 

1^ plB be aa Mtom; m 



CANADIAN SCOTTISH RBOT. 

Battalion Orders by Lieut -Col 
Brooke Stephenson, Oflloer Com- 
mandtag. 

Duties for week endlns: June 18, 
1934 Orderly officer, Lieut. T. P. 
Home; next for duty, 3nd Lieut. L 
L. Leigh. Orderly sergeant. Sergt. 
E. R Oallaghaa: aeat for duty. A.- 
Sergt. E Warburton. Orderly cor- 
poral. Cpl. R. M. Smith; next for 
duty. Cpl. L L McKay. 

Parades— The battalion will pa- 
rade luae IT at the Anaerlea at • 
am. and proceed to Real's Raage 
for further musketry classlfieatton. 
All those who only qualified as 
third class shots must attend. Lewis 
gunners wiU parade at 6:30 am 
Dress, drill order, aprooa, aide arms 
and rifles. TransportatlOB and 
lunch tt'.n be provided. 

Badge Awards— The badge awards 
committee has been pleased to ap- 
prove Of the recommendation of the 
award of' lapel badgea to the «ader> 
mentioned : Sergt. S. W. HOaderson, 
Cpl. J. C Stanners, L.-Cpl. P. M. 
Inglls, A -Cpl O. Aylwin, Cpl R. E. 

Mayaard. L.CpL J. Reiwle, Pte. O. 
AaroaaoB. Pte. B. MlNBMgfljfct T«.- 
Cpl C. E MMl, Pte. O Newberry, 
Pte. R. M. Parker. Pte. M. Ashttwi. 
Pte. M. Waldron, Pte. A Whitman. 
Pte. A. Knowles. Pte. A. Stevenson. 

Nottoee MoBdey, Juno 11. :<:30. 
officers' mess. AD oOloen will at- 
tend a lecture by Ma)or-0«neral E. 
C. Alexander. CB. CIE, D SO . 
late AJi. and QJkl.O, Southern 
ConuSaad, ladlaa Army. Dress, 
blue patrol. Meaibora of the regi- 
mental sergeante' meas will meet at 
the Drill Hall Sunday. June 10, at 
9 a.m. for the purpose of proceeding 
to Nanalmo to attend the annual 
Inspection of the ted Battalion. 
Dress, drtU order with medak. 
The regular monthly meeting of the 
regimental .sergeants' mess will be 
held on Tliursday, June 21. at 8 
p.m. Drees, bluea aad trews. The 
reguhur aioathly aMeHat of the 
N C O S and men's mess will be 
held on Thursday, June 21. st 8 
p.m. Drew, drill order. 

AttesUtions — 1561 Pte. C. A. 
Larkla, aa fAm 31-6-64; 16« 
Pte. A. Aadenoa, t3. " as from 
31-5-34; 1863 Pte. J. C. Lawrence, 
"B. " as from 31 5-34 

District Orders— The following 
ostraete from District Orders of 
May 16. 1664, are piihMtfied for to 
fOrmatton of thoee ooaoerBOd: Re 
aults of an examination 'Royal 
Canadian School of Infantry) held 
at Esquimau. BC. 10-2-34: 3nd 
U. J. M. Roskingham. S.-Z. (ii> 
Map Rdg.. P.-Ueot. iBf; Sad Lt. 
R McD Horsey. Q -Lieut. Inf.; 
Lieut. W H Parker Q -Capt Inf : 
Lieut. J. S. CralR Q Capt Inf 
^Ryry en ^tod Lt JJ*^J^'j^ 

commission. 6-3-34. 

Appolntant— To be 3nd hoateaaBt 
'supy Walter John Moacdale. 
16-3-64. To be chaplain. Chaplato 
and Wm, Oapt. B. f. church from 
the rea. eflteon. 16-S-64, aad at- 
tached to the lot Bb. O. Beet Regt 

Leave of Absence Major V O F 
Barton, from 19-5-34 to 19-11-34; 
Capt (PM ) C L H Bransfwi from 
16-4-64 to 16-7-64: 3Bd Llont. L. L 
LdSh tnm M-t-M to ll-S-Sl 

Transfer 1543 Pte C Haot is 
tranaferred from A" Co to H.Q. as 
from 26-5-34 

Discharge — 11&6 A. ■S erg t. P. 
Derbyshire. "V Coy., aa 
14.6-S4: 1613 Pte. O I 
-A- Ow-. ea from 14-6-66. 

R. M McCJIVERIN 



Difficult Dance Pose 




dOUIMBIA 



SHE "PLAYED 
WITNLOVE 

4«6^«ratel 

U46 t 
Mr ttiof to 
lioard lovo 
fo lo«e 



SAFE" 




FREORIC MARCH 
MIRIAM HOPKIMS 
GEORGE RAPT 

m HYiYii'TSicR 

ADtnD 

r nnir < a.ntos-s 

UCAOING 



Mias Mstis Grilia. s qtvtr Acrobsiic Dan«r, Who Will Apptsr to s Rkiij 
by Violet Fewfcss' Dosdag School Pepib. to Be Held sc the Shdae Hsli 

ea Jaao- 19. 



DIES SMODENLY AT 
CAMPKLL RIVER CAMP 

CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C.. June 6 
(OP)^-4*raBk Oaear Bodto, who 
came here from Norway In 1913. is 
dead following hU sudden collapse 
yesterday while at worh with the 
section crew at Bloedel's Lumber 
Caaip. Be had beea woridaf with 
the orew for about a woA. 



STUDtNIS REVEAL 
SPLENDID TALENT 



EQQ-UYINQ CONTEST 



RmuIU of Um ats-larlw MoUit con- 

tal 

« 



*..••••..•..* 



diirtFd by Um 

rum. stSMr. lev Om 

5. follow: 
BrMd aaS Owmt 
White L«ch«n^ 

Arthur Adaas 

R. E Ault .*........•..■. 

W BrsdlCT 

Dn.^hwnod Poultry Ranek. 
J J. Douckn 

r. a. BvsM . 
p c. avBiM . 

W. J. Ounn . 
J. McCnrrMli •••.••••••** 

3. Sainb 

Wae* a RMMon 

Weatwood Poultry mrm.. 
T wnUBton 

Black Ltthors— ' 
Mr*, a. C. 
Rhod* laiaaO 

J BurveM 
K O Cooke 

f) () Hunt 
Mr. A O Jurk'on 
Colin P. Jackion . 



T»UI« to DaU 
■na roiaU 



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KowatO D. Bote 

P. n. eta' 

BerrMI 

P g Ault 
Xzp Farm. Aaai 

WhUe Lethorn— 
W. Bradley 

atrred Pljrnovth Roeka- 

Utc K C Lambert 

Pr»d W Morn 

Bvotlka roiilirr Plasl,,, 

WhIU WTtrtdoita— 
BxportaaoAtai 
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Papiis of Bsgtaeli Cos HoU Re 

Ml%% Stella RorHoB 
Asalsttog Artist 



Aa ''iijoyable students' recital 
held In the New Thought Hall 
mday night by the pupils of Reg- 
InaM 061. L, MM, MtoOfll. 
Stella Burlton was the assisting 
artist. More than 100 persons were 



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Miss Burlton sang "Bird of T.ove 
Dlvtoe," by Haydn Wood, .ind Ho! 
Mr. Piper." by Pearl Curran Hiir 
was aooorded aa encore by an en- 
thustastle aadtenoe She 
"June ' in reeponee to the 
demand. 

Among the advanced studenU 
there was dl«layed aa toteUigent 
appredatloa ef the eeaipeeers' 
themes, each artist apparently hav- 
ing given considerable sttjdy. not 
only to the technique bnl aLsT to 
the subject, lU development and 



very proaUslng 




Bkoods, besides a diiiigcnt appllca- 
tien to the teehalsaa end a teM l a a l 
term el the ■ ■ ^ 



popllB la the 
Here agahl the 
an appredatloa 



displayed 

the Tdrlfww 



Por years he had worked as "Asst." 
Promotion seemed doubtfully disc 

At laat eae flhe day 

A ilee OMte h ie way. 

BMjause he'd been proBipt and pent. 



Violet Fowkes' Dancers m Recital 

Friday, June 5, at 8:30 P.M. - - Shrine Auditorium 

Tickets: 50c and 25c 



Its much more dignified to say 
we're movlnc in ryrle* rather than 
running around in circles, although 

comes to gftgll IBb 6MB6 Mi 



i 



Victoria Musical Festival 
Association 



Tho 



«UI bo 



boM In the City Hall Oosaell 

teas M, pt 6 »A 



THE DAILY CQLQMST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1934 



19 




VICTORIA 



-Neil Doo« U» «»*»»''»^_*» 

BEVER^Y JKJTEL J^PARTMBNTS 

..^ *» katff to MflMiM M mm IMkt 



Whan vUltUM vieuwrt* cui Tour tMwmum la kalf fcr 

I M n rour bedroom 

■ MM 



HAl Roast Chickens 

E^JF\M^Mm^ ^ IMPROVES AMY VACATION 



64i FOKT STKKET 



EMPRESS HOTEL 

TIm TakM CMudian Pacific Hotal 

-"F-!.,, cd Rates) 
lUPPKK DANCE EVEKY SATURDAY BVSNINO 



BRENTWOOD BAY 



\ 



QUALICUM FAMOUS 
FOR LOVELY BEACH 
AND GOOD HOTELS 

Almost Every Facility for lh<- IN rf» « t \ aration Is 
FoiiihI WithiQ a Small An a — (ioli, l< ishiog, f 
Teapii a»d Riding Art- <!oiubmed 
With Fin< Hulhing 

No viait to Vancouver Island is complete without at least 
a sight of Qualicum BMch. Naturallr endowed with 
every facility for the ideal resort, it has been improved 
by far-sighted residents until today u is known in every part 
of the world. One of the moet noUble feature* ie the beach 
itself, a long level stretch of white sand that sweeps along the 
base of the green trees for miles. The water recedes for hun- 
dreds of yard^ at low tide, making an ideal playground for chil- 
dren, hard and firm, with no steep shelves or soft holes to give 



Brenta Lodge 

P.O. iUR. No. 1. Saanicbton 
Bey. 



A bMutlfoI »»e«Uoo 

BuUhkrt's Okrdeni. tb« Malaliat sad 
Brratwood Coll«««. Hihlnt. b»thln«. Un- 
nli. etc. r»ai*d for ll> Salmon and 
Ohteken lua^bM^Th* MUl B »y r»t t7 Stw 
pane, tb« MMMeSi TM w •■i 



-1' 




SVSItY MOUB 
t0*M m Bagr- 



FA8T SERVICB 



9:30 to 6 ^0 
CHEAP RAT£S 



SOOKE 



THE BLUFF 



OMnfertakI* noma ta lam wnatry hovt*. 
■m (ronlMt evtflMklM etntt •! Man J« 
rue*. MMniftetnt viaw_«( Oim**«a- M^ll 

incluilv* 



V.X., B.C 



il Knillsh AftWlMOa T« 
Mr* Oxboni*. 



the gllghtest hint of danter. Tbe 
moat anxious mother ean allow » 
tiny tot to run at large and bar 
m»nd can be at esse. As the tide 
oomas hlMlng In over the .sun- 
warmed saads the water Is warmed 
to an extraerdiaary decree. maklDV 
Ideal bathing For children the 
shallows allow them to slay In for 
hours, while for llu>.-,e who hlic to 
dive, rafts and boards are ntted up 
1h» vleir from the beach is one or 
freen talaads te the dlet snm , tt a rked 
by the snow-capped mountains 
iigaiiist, the horizon. There is al- 
ways a cool breese, even on the tM>t- 
test day. that nakas lounflaf to the 
shade doubly pleasant 

The Island Highway runs cloae 
beside the beach the whole length, 
while behind that again arc Uie 
famous Qualicum Oolf Links. The 
vUlage. with wdl-equipped stores 
and carages. Use approxlnately a 



nolle from the sea, close t)eside the 
railway stetlon. 

QuaHeum Is served by dally bus 
and train service, while for those 

with pi iviitc rars it Is but 108 miles 
from VlctorU and the roads are 
sMto as to make the Journey a 
pleasant and easy one. 

It Is obvious that such attractions 

mu;il draw many visitors each year, 
and the fame of Qualicum Beach 
has q>read to all parts of the world. 

•Tpi^nfiiii ■rmmiiirirtayiMi li tiffuml 
by the hdteu and eaa^ps that are 

e.stabli.shed ckMO tO MBd OVeriOOktng 

the sea. 

The Qualicum Beach Hotel .stands 
above the golf links, commanding 
an Mceellent view ct the water and 
distant mountains. This hostel Is 
noted for the modern convenience 
and the uii.siii pa.s.sed comfort that is 
offered. The Sunset Inn lies but a 
short dietanee* away, wttli a geanlne 




fuhiag BuUelin 
IM Mat h0f t 

TTMt 

fVir to Oood. Beport.s- 
SluiwuiKuii l.ttlie, soutii <i.'l. 
fair. Cunierou Lake, k""»1. 
Co^ichan Lake, good: cowi- 
ciuin River, at Oreeodato and 
Bahtlam. fair; Little Quah- 
cum, at CmiK i ui I.iikc tn 
falls. Kood. Si>n«*U ImIlc utitl 
River, good, Courtenay Rivers. 

1: CampheH River, good. 



r»iT ofT mouths of Quali- 
cum, PunUedge and Oyster 



Mtitr Creeks, in Books dls- 
trici. and Sooke Harbor, 
are Sea -run Cutthroat. 




Mr L 



Salmon 
Fair sport oft Victoria wa*- 
terfMnt to Brentwood Bay. 
fair to food, fron 
Bay aectb to 
caiiiph<<n Rivet' Binar filb 
are now ruxwlng. 

Fair in early morning and 
after sundown from break- 
water and oft Victoria Har- 
bor. Ught tackle, minnow, 



Stcelhead 

Open season In West Coast 
riven. Wadlac fly. 

Accoanmodatlon; Good at 
or near all fishing waters, and 
boaU 
quired. 



'HIS 
easy 



liiilc like lies close lo the luonntt of Monnt A^rowtmith. witUa 

rcaai of Quilicum Beach. Starling at Cameron L»k«. a well- 

luds to the top of the mountain, where a glorious vuw u 

^ 



to 



Glenairley 
Farm 

Bast Sooke, 
VX. B.C 



Perfect for a reitful huJ«da» bT ^.r Tr..Z71Z:Z. 
modation: boata. bathlns, unnU. todoor fcadBUnton. 
tfaMlas. at*. Oood homa cooktnt. Planty of Jer.ey 
eraamTfnUt and vaaaUMaa. Onlj on. hour • dnv. 
llom Victoria. toataUM falM. MM fft waU . M^ 
boraaa. 50c pat — ~" — t^aam wmb. 

Baat Bnnki 



QUAUCUM BEACH 



CHIPPERFIELD FARM 



Board at tha farml ouie or camp^fcr 
1 )tO acraa. wnli m»n» 
I, a. Sooke 




Bayview Park 

Qualicum Beach, VX. B.C 



A moot plaaalnc spot to ipand your vaca- 
. Smooth, aandir beach. Bocludad cabins, 
to fmif NMM. Spodal rataa for Juna. 



Wm partloHlara apstar UMB * auu*. 



SHAWNIOANLAKE 



-Sfe MORGAN HOTEL 

ON THE BEACH 

Spaoial lUias for June Ronmi. w.h t,...r.l n.t!, n "o Prr n.y PrtvatO 
aultSrWltb Bath and Ver.nrt. includlni Meals 



weloeoe to the visitor in the way of 
delicious meals, beuutifui netting 
and a standard of service that 
equals any found tn the moet iqnto- 

date hotels nt Ian-'- centres. 

HOTEL FACILITIES 
The Morgan Hotel is is built right 
on the sea. with a lovely garden 
running down to the beach. Home 
cooking, a quiet, restful atino.splu if 
and lively surroundings have won 
this hotel an enviable reputation, 
vLsltors returning year after year. 

Bayview Park la an up-to-date 
camp with plettireeque cottages that 
are secluded one from another. The 
camp commands an excepttonally 
nne view, tor the Rroiinds are high 
above the sea, with a good road 
Isadlng to the beaeh. 
.In addition to the hotels and 
camps, there are many residences, 
proving that Qualicum Beach is 
I noted, not only as a holiday resort, 
but as an Ideal dletriet In which to 



DINNER m 
BY STUDENTS 



Matriculation Class of Vio« 
toria High School ^njoys^ 
Final Function 



With a number of oOolal tare- 
well greetings: wMhee fer geedlMk 

m the : uini for t>oth students and 
lea( h( i .s. Hiiti H light but cautionary 
iiicssaK'e from Hon. Di C> .M Weir. 
Minister of Bducatlon. matricula- 
tion class students of Vloteria Hlfh 
School held their annaal bamaat 
Friday night. At the does of the 
addre.vse.v. tht gatlif-nng, numbering 
nearly 300. adjourned to the school 



■ager and sineers „ 

ariaiM by the student speakers. An 
address by Principal Ira DUworth 
in which he charged the young men 
and young women to bocome worthy 
cltlsens and to help create the dei- 
Uny of the eountry was wSU re- 



a aylvan glade that is like a fairy- 



FINE DRIVE 
TOMRNI 

Road From Parksville Leads 
Through IMagnificent 
Mountain Scenery 



Jur.t a hundred miles north of 
Vlruiriii lie.s Parksville. the centre 
of a vrriLable jiarndl.se of vacation 
Joys. Originally Parksville came 
Into b|M>C the stopplnf place for 
horse-drawn stages bouiui for Al- 
bernl, for it lies at the Junction of 
the Island Hl(,'hway and the Albernl 
Road. With the advent of auto- 
mobiles aad arrival eC tbe railway 



CATHEDRAL GROVE 
A few years ago the drive to Al- 
bernl was one that taxed the skill 

Of (be driver ladtbi. endurance of ^yjng flnJibid 

the ear to the ntmoet. Today the^ 

Improvements have made the grade 
an easy one, with ample room for 
two cars to pass at any spot. It is a 
eonparattvely short drive from 
Cathedral Orove over the hill before 
the road drops down Into tbe Al- 
bernl Valley. PYom rugged moun- 
tain scenery the country quickly 
changes to that of farm land and 
settlement Albeml and I'ort Al- 
bernl. locaUy called "The Old Town" 
and "The Port." are separated by 
only a mile, but they an- w.rldv 
different. The old town is a ijh 
turesque, quiet settlement on th( 
banks of the Somass River. whUe 
the new Is a thriving Industrial 
criitre and a port of some Impor- 
tance. The Albernl Canal wind.s In 
from the sea over forty miles, a 
natural sheet of water that is 
seldom more than a mile aeroM. yet 
is deep enoulh to float opean-foing 
shipping. 

From the old town the road turns 
off to Great Central and Bproat 
Lakaa. Mbtaf. huntliif and 
glorioiLs scenery abound here, and 
there is excellent accommodation 
for the visitor who wishes to spend 



Oix-nlng hl.s remarks In a 

ou.s vein. Dr. Weir complimented 
the student .vpoaXi ts <>n their wit, 
their addresses and tlMir feeUngs 

NEED FOR EDUCATION 
Stressing the need for education. 
Dr. Weir said many of tliose pres- 
ent would fhMl their studies would 
not cease with matriculation. Many 
would find 11 nece-ssary^ and lielpful, 
to continue on to college and nor- 
mal school. He expressed the hope 
many would avgll themselves of the 
opportunities afforded for higher 
eduoaUon in British Columbia. 

George Gregory delivered the 
valedictory addre.ss and compli- 
mented hl.s fellow -members on 
"tiavlng started something and 

. lil' He jpoke ol 

the many great frlsodtfilpB made 
during the high school term, and 
thanked the teachers and Mr. DU- 
wortli for tlielr kiiul Interest in the 
student body. Special mention of 



as a 



teacher 
bgr tbe 



Overlooking Qualicum Golf Linl^s 



LADYSMITH 



THE FOREST 
INN 

Shawnigan Lake, 
V.I.. B.C. 



A well-appointed modern hotel In beauUful 
•urroundlnis. aultas with ptlvala »araiida« 
overlookins tha toka. avtnr «aaOll» lor 
rest and recreation. Roally warm Mtano. 
g^f^ boaeb. water sports, aquaplanlna. 
haaUM. caaoalng, salllnc Launch trips 
- - - - ToBBla. maatole folf 



MILL BAY 



TILLICUM CAMP 

Bv thr Sea— Oa Yellaw ralnt Boad. NIaa MSao Wortk Of laerMaNk 

Now c-os> Ci.llases. furnished fxrrpt linrn. hrfltliiiK «iul riillrrv Enjoy the early 
innriMi.* .sunshine rfol of d»» In shade BeauUful scenery. Swlmmlns. tIsblM. 
ho I tins Plenty privacy and room. You will UUOir TUUCWB. rtitm, »1 'S> Sy 
wrrk up Tree delivery maU and grocerloi. Boats tim to tmm*. ASarm: 

Ladytmlth KB I. 



ROYSTON 




KILMALU 



i 



Mill Bay, 
Cobble Hill. V.I. 



A he.ullfuH» situated "^.^SSIffc-rWli. 
for your reat and racreation Has OMannt ka™^ 
kaadi. Witt hlah <»»»»>« faclllUaa. and one of th» 
Sat aartuUt tMHtfa courts on the Island Only 
r^rty mllas from Victoria D*"''""* '"""Tor 
tea. served Lunch snrt I'""" Jii^"*^?,' 
t„ ..r.l'r Phone ymir requlTOBIOBta. SKS OobblO HlU. 



MILL BAY 
AUTO CAMP 

Cobble Hill, VX 



Furnished two-room eablna. Wo boddlns or 
crockery, ate. Laundry, ahowars, atectrle 
light, swlmmlnt. flshlni, hoals for hire. 
USht luBchaa, aftarnoon tem Ratn. by 
ear. wotk « mmlh. Wtooa Cobbia Hiii 



Royston Beach 
Auto Camp 

MYiTON, VX 



Confortabla cablna. twrnlitwd «r wlur 
sutaad. showart. city watot^ ato. ataetric 
IKht Swlmmlnt. flffetoS. SdUi eaattns 
■oaapnable rates. 

H. H. MARVIN. Prop. 

■toty-ThTM Mllaa Mortto of Manalme. 
nirty MUas OMrth eC 0«w i* i a mimt. 



COURTENAY 



COWICHAN BAY 



CROTEAU 
CAMP 



Ttao ealv •mmp an tlw MMeem Matoae— !*•« 
oablBS. (Prtaa kada. aU tanii«b««. Oana apens 
■Mila ol June. Make reservations early. 

g raal rest comr on up and brine your flsh- 
IM rod for a week or two. Pack train froBs 
Courtanay twice a week. Ouldoa. M aS fr atotaUs. 
Tor full Information aprt» Coffioid isators. 
Oaartway. B O. 



SALTSPRINO 



BRANKSOME DENE LODGE 



comoBAN aaT. 



nMHy Mmm o( BeaaMM O»om4a> 

from tha Wand HIahway. Modern conveniences^ Auto camp 
rnlahad and unfurnished, sln.l. and doable < .bins. 1«hln«. 
m..>A HdlB>. Afternoon teas serve<1 f « n' fnhic 



cin.e te. 
In connaeltoa 
lonoM 

KBS. U 



Ivrnlahed 

wU aad rlduw. 



•ILI 



Inglis' Camp 

Vesuviug Bay 
Saltapring laland 




A. U. 
and friend, was also 

speaker. 

Wishing the graduating cla-ss best 
Wishes on behalf of undergradu- 
ates, and paying tribute to the 
record sot by the 1933-34 class. 
Stuan Robertson, student prssi- 
d. nt elect for 1934-88, said hlsclaas 
v^ouid cndeaYor to maintain the 
>>iKh standard sot daitm the lart 
year. 

•mmn or m icbool- 

In reply to this, Ormand Ifarrlon 
cxpn .s.( (i the hope that the "spirit 
of the .V hi><)l" would be carried out 
of the institution by the gradua- 
tion class and pressrved tv evHT 
member for all tlmsa. 

Miss I>oreen Palmer offered a 
stirring toa.st to "Our School.'* 
which was repeatedly answered by 
applause. 

Vlmle Kllaby in a litllng 

manner offered the toast to •'Oar 
Oiiest.s," and Miss men Purves 
gave a witty address, prophesying 
the future for majiy of the students. 

As oonununlty song leader. R. 
Hammond proved popular. During 
the dandnc programme, Mlssse 
oeorgina DowdaU and Pbyflla Ad- 
dlaon gave a dance novelty, wbfle 
Miss B. Applega;,e sang a ni 
of songs. 



That Body of 
Yours 



(9f 



W. Barten. UD ) 



MttaSH. aabMM and UnU: con- 
MlMB. Day parklae. ass str car. 
Warm, aalo baUUns. 1% 



THE ISLAND r "^riT 
INN 

Cewkhan Bay, V.I., B.& 



tbe bead •« tfcO 
M msbvay. Da* 

home coaklns Comfortable cafelBS. 
bead^uarteri. fishing, tonala. aoll. 
trtsa bv 



9m 



COWICHAN LAKE 



--^ . . I y I cottsies. Camp eitoa. 

Rainbow lieach Ssr'i.^;S£i':b^T^:« 
Camp 



Camp eitoa. Iteals. Laaneh. 

Warm, sate bath- 
acres of wood* 
.>.^1 tbm miles from Oanso*. 
nloa apply A R. Layard. Oaasaa. 

B.a rbeoo m. 

BedtMUoaa tor Jmam 



Tfc-a. Pamoni LJnVi Arf Known AH Off the Pacific Coiit. the Scin* of Tournamtnt jnd Championrfiip 
PUr ^nll Loog Saady Beach Liaa aftbt Foot of the h«ifw«yi. the liljad Highway Running Cloac Beiidt the S«a 



RiVERSlDt 
INN 



Strictly modern hotel with prhrate 
baths, good trout fishing, canoemg 
down the river, boalmR on the laWe, 
rowboats aad speedboats for hire. 
SwkamlMi. tenms. Oatboerd mo> 
ton for Inrs, 



SANSUM 



■ovn aALaanoia 



The most beautiful seaside estate on the toaat. 
lUcellent fishins. bathing, tennla. owa lam 
produce. Launch for picnic*. Flrat cla** 
*tton. RooUul. 

•IS.O* VM week. WrlU i 

joma. MvsoBaYB rA. 



SAVARY iSLAHP 



I 



s Cedar Cabin 
Auto Camp 

Lake Cowichan, 
VX, B.C 



On the shores of the kfct, boautiftillv 
Situated. Comfortable caWns, boats 
for Mrc. TroUying. fly ishla^ 



J' 



Qualic iim Beach 

Home SiteA 

SmnaMr CottagM 



p. R. B^UsSM 
Resident Acent 

Phone* 
once. «3M: Res.. 63F 



Royal Savary Motel— Savarj Isfattii B.C. 

ir.:u^h"^as^.n;vr'Jr f . 

tonnU. outdoor bodmlnton. danetM: tof*r saady ir.u.. ir ile. of p""^' J-,^' ' 
"nd he.ch NO MOHQUTTOItfl A modern hoM wlUi tu»t^la «a_aocom»odat ton_ 
H»»»TMii ;on» Hovil .9«Tiir. Hod Rsnrj IStaaS. B,0.. ST 
TaUs Street. Victoria. BC U)Vr.I IKR THAW BAWAn. 



make a permanent home Many 
houses and cottages are for rent 
dtnlng the htrilday season, a com- 
plete Usthig being atallable through 
tha QuaUcum Beach Bomesttes, with 
oOloeB en the matai road. 

SPORT FISHING 
Visitors to Qualicum Heach are 
afrorded every facility for the rec- 
' ationeof their choloc. Tbe flsher- 
an has both salt and freshwater 
oil at hLs dl.ipo.'wl. grilse and 
.salmon taking well In the bay. while 
within a few miles there are the 
little Qualicum River. Big Quail - 
eum RlTcr, Cameron Lake, Eng- 

Ushman'.s River and Otbon. all Well 
Stocked with fish. 

Itanla. danolng. hiking and even 
mountaineering is offered the 
devotees to these sporU, for Mount 
Arrow smith U but a few mlle.'^ away. 
With a weU-markcd traU leading to 
tbeeoBMyt 

A stable of rldtag ponles Is main 
tamed for Summer flsltors. and the 
adjacent woods are interlaced with 
shady trails that cry out to be ex- 



it wa.s no longer necessary to make 
the Journey a two-day venture, but 
the settlement was wen seta b lie h ed 
and reetains the centre for the 
farming nnd residential district. 

Ihe long sandy beach at Parks- 
ville affords safe, warm bathliiK 
with q>readlnf trees shading the 
shores. Parksrllls Is weU served by 
Summer camps and hotels, offering 
first class accommodation It Is 
within easy reach of good fishing, 
especially Englishman's River, 
whkh rtses far back toi the hiiu to 
wind Ms way to the sea. ICedem 
stores and garages are as fuDy 
equipped as many in the tatger 
centres. 

AT CAMBUm LAU 
The road to Albernl turns off at 
Parks\'iile to pass through Coombs 
and Hiniers. both taradng districts. 
At Cameron Lake tbe seeDSry be- 
comes wilder, and there are few 
m</re wonderful .sights than the first 
glimpse of Cameron I.Ake. nestling 
In the Talley at the foot of Mount I 



a holiday far from tbe busy world 
yet wlthtai eesy ream e( emy eon- 



How It Started 



By JKAN NCWTOM 



ALT A LAKE 



"Well." sold a dictatorial man 
after a long dissertation during an 
aiiument. "that seems to. be the 



RAINBOW LODGE ^V'* '""^ 

A change Is as good as a reat. Thle la parttciUarly tnw as reatrda a ekanee ol 

cMaat*. Vtotana ii la wm ftoS ma H ii p ii ■ee auf air at aei"*-" 

Alta Lafea. B.a ISJIS fV aSoro aoa Iwtn. a *«mv« MM. aeeched by umon 
Staaaahip Wo. and P O ■ Ral.way l« a romblr>e« soa aaS rail tourney threuch 
Alplao •coaery onaorpa««ed in this Fro*lr>ce Round Wip l»om Vancouver. 15 »» 
Fishing, awim- , > ■ ■ • horartack ridinr^asowi- 

laloeerlaa Alr»aw4eT raWp. 



among the masses 

TU have you tmderstand. sir, that 
t am not one of tbe waMB," said 
another man. 

"I know that." said the ftrst. get- 
ting up "I p'r-fi' M th" 'm' merely 
out of oonslderaUon for your fe^ 



Arrowsmlth. Tbe hlUa rise sheer 
on either side and an rsCectod in 

varying hue.s bv the calm waters. 
From here the trail leads off for the 
■seent of ArTOWxmlth, the summit 
Of witlch Is approslmauly gjOOO feet 
akoee sea leeeL Iba talftaway runs 
through the faBMaa cathedral 
Orove. a magntfleent stand of ftr 
and hemlf)ck that towers over the 
road, m some caaea to a height of 
feet. The country is naturally 
elcar of undergrowtb aad 



"TO BTBAHf AT A OMAT AND 

SWAIJ-OW A CAMEL" 

We have an Inquiry for the origin 
of this expression whirh implies a 
tendency to fuss over trifles while 

heeded. 

The words come to us from the 
Bible In the New Testament in 
the twenty-third chapter of Mat 
thew, we find: 

ss.'woe unto yea. serlbes snd 
PhMisees. hypocrttesi for ye pay 
tithe of mint and anise and rum- 
ffjtfs. end have omitted the weight- 
ier mattrrn of the law. Judgment, 
meter and faUh; theee ought ye to 
have done, and net to mm the 

othrr undone 

24. Ye blind guUlaa. which strain 
al a fDBt. and ewabew a oamcL 



FEVER TREATMENT OF ST. 

VITUS DANCE 

One of the distressing and em- 
embarrassing aOmenta bi yoMOf- 

sters between flv<» and fifteen years 
of nt'<' is Chorea or St. Vitus Danes. 

• peculiar Jerky movements in 
the face and arms, often worse on 
one side, are faatfUar to everybody. 

at. VllM Banoe le due to ham- 
fui polseooae sobstaneee In tbo 

blood irritating certain nerve cen- 
tres; these substances result from 
infections, poisoning from intestine 
or from tlrednem of the nerve cells. 

While eoBM eaess ooear wltbout 
any known or exciting eatise. Met 
nf ttiem can be traced to mental 
I ! woriy. .shock, overwork at 
school, fear, religious emotion, or to 
some InfaetleOS diaeaM such as 
rheumatlam, BMBslss, diphtberla, 
whooping cough, eoMt lp i 
Fortunately Rt Vitus 
be cured; In fart there iB A 
tendency to recovery I 
treatment U given. 

Aa tWs ailment very often de- 
velops In nervous, taitelllfent aad 
ambitious children who are 9tfK» 
worked at school, cutting down on 
the hours of study and homework 
may prevent attacks. The young- 
ster should get as much of the out- 
doors as poaelMe. 

The usual treatment Is rest, 
the use of such drugs tS 
ergot, salicylates. BB' 
thyroid gland. 

You have read about tba 
ment of oertaltt attasnte Iqr 

Ing malaria gi§MdaBa brti 

patient thus eaoBbit bttenso fever 
or heat In a number of oaaea wbea 
the malaria was cured tbO Wmwm 
aibnent disappeared. 

■Imllafly X>rs. Lucy Porter Suttcn 
and Katherlne O. Dodge, ofNew 
York used Injections ^J*****^ 
parathyroid vaccine as a nMaaa Oa 
causing fever In 150 atta^ 0* 
chf»rea. Comparing thU method 
with the other a^fithods in ItO hos- 
pital cases, they fe»d that tbe 
length of the attaok e bad been re- 
duced from twenty-seven days la 
the untreated moderate cases to 
about ni P* daya, and frrim stxty- 
two days In esvere untreated caaea 

to sbout mteen days hi tbe treet«l 



brto the 




A fat^r was censuring his son for 
■tayli« out late at night. Said he: 
nRTbsn I was year age. my father 
would net 1st BM slay out after 
dett." 

"Oee. dad. your oid man Bmet 
ihave been an awful crab." satd his 
too. 

"How dare you. sbri IH have you 
enow that I had a ' * * 



Therefore Dm. SAtton and Dodge 
conclude that thU "fever^ method 
U a satla/aotory way of treating 
St. Vitus Daaas, aa tbsy have 
able to f eOav ip Mt aaai 
tt was nted. 
Thia tfaoold be ef biAne* to 

enta aad t d iyi i rl a a e ai 
that will sbertea tbe taftb of 
gke MB be wmm 



I 




THE 




DAILY COLONIST, VK"i ORIA B C. SUNDAY. JUNK 10. 1934 



BUhop's Wife Has 

Interesting Tales 
From Pimeer Days 

EirfMOMto •! HL Rev. A, C Sillitoe, of ^« h Went 

^Blnite^ From 1879 lo 1894, Crowded With 

/Ubor of fexpUidllli Diocrsr and U|fkllp 

«ni«d by AMBting Iscidcnto 

ny R«V DR. J K. UN8WORTH 

MANY coio.iui tales of pioneer and po«t-pion«er <Uy. in 
British Columb.a are th.uw.n, light on the condmons 
That faced church worker* from fh. -ventre, onwj.^^^ 
One of the most dehghtful story tellen if Mre. SiUitoe. widow 
S R?. A C SilHtoe. Bi.hop of New Westminster from 

1879 to his death in 1894. who pubhshed some time ago . CO 
lecuon of rcmimscencei of -happenings and journeymgs. un 
*Sr 3^1 caption of "Plonear Dayi in Bru.sh Columbia, and 
r?oTf!inives. in the city of Vancouver, to •i>terum ready lis 
tfnett with stories of long ago 
AiAibni trip* ««re takw IB thoM 
days ol saddleback alone earth 
Nads and aarrow trails, tbrough- 
out her luiSbaildl 



Mtpaxulve dloccM, which 
trooi tldawater at the mouth of tite 
Fraser Hhrar fartafo the dry lands 
of the Okanacaa or the Kamloops 
arras Services were held. espeelaUjr 
In thr earner days. In all sorts and 
condlUona of places. Courthouse, 
barroom or barn would, on occa- 
sien. be turntf Into a house o( wor- 
ship. S aiua BS iai tbt-asniea of the 
Book of OWiiw Piajrer was held 
undor the Open sky^ One hf 
church edifices were built, parish 
was added to parish, the number of 
olergymen grew, until ihf Main- 
land and the interior were fairly 
wM provldsd with Anglican minis- 
In 1190. the dlooMM of 



or four sermons, made a great ilralB 
upon tlia vocal ci»ord*. 
to mind tlMae enMes that occur In 
Mention of throat twu Mas brt aga 
thp service book at Yale CmNB. of 
reached ,^i>ith Rev. Barrett Horlock was 
then in charge. One Sunday the 
entry read: "No service, rector ill. 
YOtoe paoe." Nest Sunday the rector 
was STldontlT aenewhat better and 
the entry appeared: "»ght o'clock 
CelebraUon. eleren. Mattlns. no ser- 
mon, rector s voice still gone. "Dur- 
ing the following week the ▼ocal 
chords must have recovered tone, 
for the record ol the third Sunday 
Is eonpleta. tochiding the M>rmon 
teztaslsthaeasten. The text was 
• And the Lord opened tho mottth of 
an ass." 

PIGS IN THB riCTUEB 
The uneeelesiaatleal nature of 
some of the places oC Worship has 



ADVOCATE TWO 
WORK PR0JECI3 

r* 

SaanWi Ward Foir Halt- 
payers' Attoototion Wm 
Petition CounoM 



TmSiml MoJhmfa there such a colorful scene a. a T«'d'o, with itt 
Of radoa. NOWMra m «wfe •"'^g^J^ Iwn^^bsnd bnUunt .ctnngt 



whkh IM enjoys The NpMUon Isf 
not the fault of the child, but Is due 
to action of the parents who lack 
understanding of the slgniflGance 
of the child's behavlar. 

Parpnts are rtspOIWlMa because, 
first of aU, they should know that 



whffw lbs sonrleo was being held, i 
hope the servlca was adUylng-cer- 

tainly It was not dUU." 
Here cndeth the Anglican story. 

The Presbyterian version of early 
days will be recounted In some later 

Issue. For those who wish to post ^^^^ „. ....^ 

themselves independently, it may be the child's curiosity Is a natural, in- Earner Baxt 

- — deed, a dsiirshle trait, and instead — » 

It. tliay should 



found in the Provinc ial A robivss. 
In the diary of Rot. RAsrt Jaatfa- 

son, that related missionary tOUK 
he took into the yiterlor In IfTO and 
1877. 



REFUSES ROLE AS 
ANIMAL TORTURER 



tratlons. — — - ^"i -. ...... ^ - . . 

Kootenay was errected. and of Oar- 1 ^^^^ referred to. With delightful 
Iboo. in 1914. ! humor Is given an account In Mrs. 

In the labo r that l ay back of thL« i guutoc's remlnscences of a pastoral 
mwth. ■BRoe'lobk a large [visit to Coldstream Ranch, near 

and helpful share. The duUes of what is now Vomon: "The floor of 
hosplUUty were heavy. She kept the new dlnlnt-room had bssB Mt 
open house and entertained all and joose," so the story reads, "so as tO 
sundry from curates to Governor- allow of their shrinking before behig 



Oenerals and pnncesse.s At St. 
Mary's Mount, the Bishops resi- 
dcnec, thiae Oovemor-Oeneral.s were 
gtvan bospitaUty: the Marquis of 
Lome and Princess Louise. Lord 
I.ansdowne. Lord and Lady Stanley. 
Princess I-ouise was found to be "an 
ideal guest, .so .simi)lc and una.isum- 
iBg." With regal gesture she as ton - 
l ati^ the colonists In ln.sl«tln« on 
riding at the head of the procession 
in the Bishop's unpainted buek- 



Mischievous 



Hmllh 8<Tvice ot thr C«n«eWm 
cal AMOciaUen and Ihi Ufa lasuraaca 
la 



ot trying to 

guide It The only way in which 
A child can grow up to mental ma- 
turity Is through his own experl- 
f/ff ^ Many who have attained 
adult ystes remain mere chUdren 
in many ways, becauai thwhave 
not had the opportunity. WOUiJi 



\dviH«n I,o<;»l ,\ntl 
Vlviscctlonlsts of Recent 



Du« lo the possibility ol ttM Pro-| 

Its "work and wages programme' 
shortly, the basnich Ward Fuurj 
Ratopa y at^ A s see l s tl s B la MMUdd j 

Hall Friday night derltled to lay 
befort- ihf en^meer of ihf mui i i-, 
pallty two public works proJ«-<is' 
that osight be recommended to the 
o omuMwa t by the eouadlL 

One project Is the drstalBi ol the | 
Colquitz River, and the oUMT Stt 
facUiK the d'.d n C E.B. OMVai 
Interoban railway bed. 

The meeting received and t\\eA a 
letter from ttos aaanlch Workers 
Asaodatlea asklnt tlmt the ward 
association suppwt a mass meeting I 
to he called for the purpose of dis-| 
cu.-vsing the employment situation. 
If and when a meeting Is called. It I 
was denW^d that members of the 
Ward Pour llalSMyars' Association 
would attend the iii nmi f a a In- 
dividuals and not ns repNOOntatlvasi 
of the organization 

A letter from th> V. ai.t Two Non- 
Political Ratepayers Association { 
askiiw for the Ward Pour Associa- 
tion to endorse a motion that the 
Saanich council be requested to 
take a plebiscite on the advisability 
of adopting the Provincial Police j 
lygtem of patrolling the municipal- 
ity was laid on the table for future | 
dlseussloB. 



Directors of the local Antl- 
Vlvlsoetion floeiaty at a re- 
cent meeting, discussed the 
proposed Urn enUtlsd "Bumanlty 



WELFARE SOCIETY 
DOES yUOU WORK 



no* naa me oijijui iuu*»j. pirst" to be prodiieai^ \tf tt^ 

learning by personal experience, to] Films with Warner * ' " 



"HOTEL SILLITOE" 
So numsrous were the guests, in- 
vited and uninvited, that the Bish- 
op's house was popularly termed 

•'Hotel RiUitcf •• u was s holiday 
home for aiis ol workers of the 
diocese, and when people were 111 
they came to be nursed and re- 
cuperate. The Bishop was fortu- 
nately able to turn his hand to any- 
thing, from chopping wood to dean- 
inc herring, a usefulness to which 
some of his workers had not at- 
tained The hardest worker I ever 
knew," was his wife's testimony. He 
was asver very strong, and even be- 
isfft coining to British Coltunbia he 
had trouUa with his throat Five 
sKvloaa a ftaday. vMl IIP 



nailed down The service proceeded 
uneventfully until the first lesson, 
when the chairs on which we were 
seated b^an to Jerk up and down in 
a most curious way. gMof tha whola 
scene a mast ludloroua appearance. 
The explanation was thst a party of 
pigs had Ko* In underneath the 
room, and finding the unusual re- 
sistance of the boards provided de- 
llghtftd scratching ground for their 
backs, they had a delightful time." 

It seems that that day the porcine 
quadruplets were determined to get 
Into thr .story Tlie entirely tru.st- 
worthy narrator goes on to say "A 
uttis later our gravity was sincerely 
tried. An old mother pig. sur- 
rounded by a hurts and growtaig 
family, had inserted her head into 
a receptacle where the Chinaman 
threw the refuse from the kitchen 
While the meal proceeded, all went 
well; but when .she tried to with- 
draw her head, she could not do it. 
and, growing frightened, naihed 
around with the tin still on her 
head, terrifying her poor offspring, 
who ."'cittered with loud squeaJ.s In 
all directions at the unwonted ap- 
pearance of their parent And all 
jthis wss in full view of the room 



Medicine has mstfo iraat progress, 
and so today wa have a better 

undersUndlng of why children are 
tnlacblevous and why parents want 
their ehlldran to obey. Our children 
have the same curtoalty which chil- 
dren always have had, a curiosity 
which leads them to explore and 
InvesUgate by touch, sight and 
taste. Many parents resent this 1 ••^no"ia 
natural curiosity in their children, 
and try, by meana of eommands, 
threats and actual punishment, to 
enforce obedience, destroy curiosity 
and secure adult-like behavior. 

Many of the acU of childr en are 
either prompted by eurloalty or are 
an effort to imitate the actions of 
mother or father. If. howevlf. the 
child finds that some one or oUier <rf 
his acts upsets his parents and 
gains for him a great deal of atten- 
tion, even If such attention be in 
the form of punishment, then he 
will often repeat these ac's. This Is 
natural, because even the youngest 
child likes to occupy the centre of 
!the stage. Behavior of this kind 

may be called mlscWOVOUS or dis- 
obedient by his parents, hut it 



reach healthy mental independence 
with aduH standards of behavior 

Training takaa ttana and paUence. 
Por example. It Is a necessary part 

of the learning process to allow the 
child to turn the water-tap on and 
off. When he has learned how to 
do this, tha child U satisfied, but if 
he is told he must not ptey with the 
tap. he will, of ooyrss. sst about 
1 turning the water off and on the 
first chance he has whSB his 
mother's back is turned. 
It is net Intended that the child 
be allowed freedom to be 
destructive, as he should come to 
know and appreciate the value of 
things. The Idea Is rat^ to keep 
him occupied with toys that are 
suitable tor hU agf and to allow 
him gradually to become familiar 
with objects around the house 
under guidance. To tell the child 
not to touch a certain thing Is 
simply to encourage him to do so t.t 
the first opportunity. The child 
should be helped In lerirnlng. not 
discouraged and punished for giving 
expression to his natural inqih.sl- 
Uveneas edikh drives him to learn, 
by handling thsm. what thtafs Ms 
and what thsf at* tor. 



the part of Louis Pasteur. A 
of protest against proposed . 
of protest against the proposed plo- 
turs has been launched by antl- 
viviseetionisto and others on this 
continent. 

Mr Baxter, in a telegram to the 
Victoria boclety. assures it that he 
will sanction no cruelty to animals 
in the stsflni of the picture, and 
moreover, has aiftad that hia name 
be withdrawn In connection with 
ILs production. It was pointed out 
to the producers that Pasteur's 
work was associated with terrible 
eruelty to animals 

The Canadian Ab(ditlonlst, the 
organ of the Canadian Antl-Vlvl- 
sectlon Societies, Is now to be edited 
and published In Victoria. 

Mrs. Ray Wright, president of the 
Los Angeles Society, has been in- 
vited to speak hi Victoria at a lat« 
date. 




PaaslUes Are 
Month by 



Assisted 



Five Killnl When 
Ranch Attacked 



D.P.. June t (APV— 

Delayed dispatches from Zamajapa, 
Vera Cruz, reported the killing, on 
The world will have t,i have a big' Sunday, of five persons by a band 
war nrettv ■«vi«> if lust to get Its I of twenty -five agrarians who at- 
obedient V'''L^^^^e"atUntlon mc^ey7 2^S^ of bati-U^ Federal t 

secures lor the ch;ld the attention ^ building. 'sent to capture the band. 



At the msetlng of tha Conmittee 

of Management of the Friendly 
Help Welfare Association, It was 
reported yesterday that S6I fam- 
ilies had rec<pived .some form of as- 
slstence from the Family Depart- 
ment during the month of May. and 
235 families. Including 93« Individ- 
uals, were given slothing and shoe 
repairs tiMa tha OMhlttf Depart- 
ment. 

Anv)nn the major problems re- 
ferred to the Association In May 
were ponnanant incapacitation, 
mental disorder, marital dUBcul- 
tles. llllgltimacy, non-support, in- 
sufficient Income. Some of the 
minor problems wero ill health re- 
sulting In need of extra milk, or 
surgical appUaness, while fourteen 
Investigations were mads for other 
agencies. Pour hundred and one 
horn' visits were made and there 
were 848 office Interviews 

The campaign for used clothing 
was very gratifying and most cioth- 
uig was sent In In good condition 
A Ust of donors will be published 
shortly. 

AT SUNSHINt CAMP 
Preparations are now being 



Fruit Canning 

The Sure, Simple 
Successful W^y 

Can voiir frviits and vegetables on h Gas Range this 
year.' The ^.ttady, controlled heat of gas fugl !• BWe 
than half the battl* in auocMaful cminff. Btaidea, it 
keeps your kitchen eo6l and cl«Mi—iitvt» work and 
bother— ii truly economicaL 

Gas Range Special 

A Modern Gurney Gas Range. 
Ivory Finish, With Oven Heat 
Control, for 

Only $68.50 With Fre« 
Installation 

A very limited number at thU price. If yOU would 
■nap one of these bargains, corns in and see about It 
without delasr. Term pajmaats arrtata4 

OAt DBPARTMBNT 

B.C. ELECTRIC 

DougUi Street P^one G 7 12 1 




for holidays at Sunshine Camp, 
formerly run by the Social Service 
League. Ifca season will open en 
June 30 and It Is hoped that at 
lea.st 250 mothers and children will 
receive the benefit of two weeks In 
the country. Those with health 
problems wlU reoeive first consider- 
ation. Funds are now batag solic- 
ited for this purpose, and It is 
hoF.3d thst 12,000 will be sufflclent 
to cover all expenses for this year. 

Contributions may be sent to the 
Friendly Help Welfare Association 
at 1234 Pandora Avenue, oc loft at 
the offlce of Mr. Landsberg. IW* 

Broad Sticrt All contributions for 
this purpose should be earmarked 
tor "~ " 



Values Set for 
TcrUf PMtrpa$e$ 

OTTAWA, June » (CP).— Ad- 
vanced valuations for dutv purposes 
on imported apricots, ra.spberrirs 
and loganberries, cabbage and car- 
rots, have been fixed by the Mln> 
ister at NatloDal Ravanus. The 
value for duty purjioses on aprloots 
has been fixed at an advanoo of 
2 cent^ per pound on the true In- 
voice value from June 15 to Au- 
gust 10; raspberries and loganber- 
ries. 3 cents advance from June 16 
to August 31: cabbage, a 1*3 oanU 
from June 10 to February U; mt- 
rou, a 1-3 cents from June II to 
U. 



Squibb dental cream The Paily Cross-Word Puzzle 





Forget your dread of gum troubles. When S<juibb 
Dental Cream guards the Dangef lipc (wb«t ttcch 
•ad fomt meet) yoo hm iIm eHMM pMncdoo 
a 6uidbk» caa give. 

Supplement your dentist's care with Squibb Dental 
Oeam. Sauibb's cleans effectively, pcUshei ss/eij 
prevents bleeding gums by ss/» cfc t a t in i It 
ban fbe gam acMt that 



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'isn't it such a 

BOTHER WHEN THE 
ICE TRAYS SnCKl' 



sailngs 



i — S^albb AniBcid 

I art pan. mI*, <leprn<l- 
aMa aii4 aMnrpawl in thrir 
BMacM. MiM Utallv* quaUtlM. 
IWhinH (II SqiHbb pir>«luctt »r» 

1 1 » • ' ■ ufic |«r»<-iirton »rv\ rt»n 
ln( ' •••■TY control o( l' 
Hon- Milhb. Snuibb Milk 



Many dcntim idvise the u»e of Squibb » 
ORAL PERBORATE m .t« dn- fcm m 

ibe tOoUibnssh rwicf during I ne ^ ttk in 
COaiuactieawiUi Squibb I Urrtal CreaoD 
SS S dMSiiiaSB proteciioo of the icctb. 

IBB "A nam you am trust". 

CMlarOtl. Saaibfc I Qu^l P.tro- 



ACROSS 

1. Ear. 
4. To 
0. To sew. 

12. Wing 

13. Forgetfulness. 

14. Sleeveless 

16. Pardons. 

17. Metallle elamsnt. 
10. Christmas eavoL 

21. Spanish articla. 

22. Bird 
2S. Neuralgia. 
27. Dry. 
31. High card. 
St. oeOaetlsQ oC 

34. Not any. 

35. Beverage. 
.36 To wear>' 

37. Oreetc letter. 

38. To declare gultly. 
41. GhOSS pt s ces. 

43. OraflBi: haialdry. 

43. Bood. 

44. aauey. 

45. Compa.ss point. 
47. Woody pUnt. 
40. Taper. 

53. aasentlsl polals. 

ST. To be due. 

5«. Acid fruit. 

ao. Maple ayrup Is made from It. 

61 Moist. 

•3. To piaee in row. 



VITAMIMa WlU* rn« 9»J 
ia oiMNw 00 MSKta t* TUaarta 
coMMM. l««MrCMl4Jvtr Oil 

Th«)r contain iMny t IM* M M«rh 
I < I >M narnl ml vltamlna A aad D 
aaoilaiwM pr«tKt«d. Saulbb Ad»x 
'JI T«bkti lOD. Sqnit^ ll«l.bu« 
Oil <.rn.-mir»W T»»»l«u Squibh 



latin 
VH» 



vnar (ronlain* ' 



tmui StlaiulaliagChiMtAinxui*). 



C«S-Lt«^ Oil. 5^11 

CMl V 'I 



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■ Vitamin a (or *i«h Sqalbfc UQuierwWf 

btttm wliS Am "•■^S* 
th«l»ta. SqaiMi Epw" Salt. 
<^qalbb Bpaom f'alt SfK<i«l 
Squibb Sodium Fhotphaif. 
S«5alhbMUIi8uf«r 
Sbarint Cn*m. S«;iibb l>»ntal 
( rr,-' Kou bb For!* hvr 
t,. Ckral PfrTyir»t». 
oi|r«(i.M SavpedtariM 



NOMB iwaaarma - 

•rv»«tv-'''»» r»af« Rnaibb nat 
|)««n nnt<-<1 lor th* ixiritr aiwl 
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nrlrrlna iitCTfJ"" ' ' 
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DOWN 

11. Cap 

16. Writing fluid. 
18. Very dark. 
30. Falsehood. 

35. apear, 

23. rnilt of oak 

24. Note of scale. 

36. Standard. 
30. Sun god. 
m. BMlerle. 

30. To intimidate. 
S3. Mohammedan nai 
10. Anger 
38. To Improve. 
30. Pronoun. 



44 motlike part. 
46 Cllrl s name. 
48. Bondman. 
40. To terUy. 
M. 9ear. 
51. Clear. 

53. Long fish. 

54. Custom 

56. Spike of grain. 
56 Watering place. 
SO. Note . r •■^■^le 



'perhaps VflTH ah OtD^ 

FASHIONED REFRIGERATOR^ 
MY DEAR. BUT THESE TRAYSj 
RELEASE WRMMirKAaV. 



FR1GIDAIRE34 



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1. Roman household 

2. Caoutchouc tr**. 

3. School of whales. 
C Xjow voice. 

5. roniltlsn of be* 
«. By. 

7 Pronoun. 

8 Adverb 

9 Japenese p<iTgv 
10. Arabic lor 



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AUTOMATIC kt tni> •tlta0laf 10 HI ai- at a l-0« al 
/\wUdi ibt Ffigidaift '34 aMkC0 i a coavt a it n t refrigerators entirely 
««K af <ai0. Dtfrootiaf, lae taaunce, is sutomstic. It free2e5 more ice 
— AoMr* ckvar Utflity Baiket which groups small packages 

MSafa space. It has more room for tali bottles. It ha» the Scrvasbelf 
lor carrying dishes from r*frigtr3t.,r to kitchen table. Severa l modds 
finished in lifetime porcelain inside and out, hsve ^-^^ -a— ^ 

^pnahlf Hydrstors; haxe shehes adjuftablc up OC 
Bm you can't possibly appft<iate 

how greatly electric refrigerators have 

been improved in the I ripidaire 3'i 

until yotj see a demorsiislioo. Won't 

you Stop ia — tonight? 



MdHi 



THIS PRI< 
ACTUALLY 

THAN OM etOWAlY LAMP MIL! 




tBB TBI FKIOIOAIBB *Vk ON DIftPLAY AT 

McLENNAN, MdEELY & PRIOR, LTD, 



1400 oovtKNMBirr tnuar 



PUONX Olin 



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Fifth B.C. Coast Brigade 
Inspectio n Is A nnounced 

MMii^t4k$tmE. C Aihtoe Wfll Review Oldest 
. Ualt kk Wmtmm pmada on Tnetday — 
TrahiistCmp Opcnt Next Saturday. 

Annual \n^\^^rt\nn pt the oidMt'for ehUTA pwiide^ when It U 
mU«« millUry umt m 



J. 



Cut ^t^ tlM »(h B.O. OoMt Brtcsde, 

known h.s the 5t)i Retrl- 
m<-nt, will bf hekl.OD 'JMeKtay by 
Mijf.r Genfral E. C. Artltofl. D.O.O. 
MiMtHi-y UtMrJft No 11, at the 
Amvoileft on Hhv stru t a.1 8 p m 
. llUjOr M A Kent. ( oiiunanilmK 
sttloer of ttie brigade, will be lir 
tflUg% l\>U0«lOf the UiApectlon.; 

tht MflWl* Via OMffslL PMt ini 
briirtde eilumii and tarlgadt «wrUr> i 

iD'.uiim, f(.llowcr1 bv the adrMMM to, 
re'. U-w i.idei I he inKpeCtlOn i« 
oix ii I 'I I II'' piiblK,- ; 

There we live batteries m ihe 
Mh BX). OOMt WMg^e. «>^i' >> t'""!, 
lU begHmttC m * fOluaUw rltle I 
corpB. The- 6801 BAttory wffl be 

l oiiiiiiaiirler! by OAptlte jfc B. A- 
I )ie.si>«M kei . t he 12th Hi^ty BatteTjr 

liy (aptiiiii (ieorxe PMdiM; the 
Mth Battery bv Major Vincent Mc- 
Kanna, M.C ; the .•)Sth Battery by 

Ibjor O, B. OoonMon, M.C., and 
tb* Aiilf-Ainnfl BatUry fey Omh 
. tain Bobert Port. 

Ilia recently-reorganized band of 
ttaa talgade will be In attendance. 
nndlT Bandmaster Alfred Preacott. 
ANBVia OAMT 
The annual Irwpectlon precedes 
the annual encampment of the 
brigade, which will proceed to Camp 
llacaulay next Saturday for annual 
l^alnlnc. During the camping 
pMlod tlM Hth and Mth Batteriet 
will eonapata te tha OJUL MBqwtl- 
tloni. 

The B5th Battery waa aaccessful 
last year In wlnnlnR the Oovenior- 
^ Ocnaral's Cup for general efficiency, 
tha Commandant's Cup for slgnal- 

SUB pnotloa. 
Arrantamanta ara espaeted to be 

made ao that the public can witness 

a part of the gunnery comijetltions 
Friends of the ofllccrs and men 



ex- 

western P^ctad that > yi M away a, T;"' 
be delivefatf by Ikt tbttktin tt the 

brigade 

EARLY 

1-ha unit's forawtton ditai back 
to IMV alttieofh actual^ tha first 



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Itra^g Hand Will 
/*/«> (.oncvrti in 
Lp-lsland l awns 

WHUM m Toatm te Nanai- 
mo. where <hay wUl take 

part In the annual la apaetkm 

of tlie .Seir.ii.1 Hiittalion to- 
day, the brii-vs band ol the 
Canadian 8(olli.sh KeKuuent, 
under the direction of Band- 
maalMr Janaa M. MlBar. win 
play selections at the follow- 
ing points on the jouniey Up- 
I liUid nil- ti.'ue.H Klven are 
only approximate: Shawnigan 
Lake. 9:46 o'doefc; Dum-an. 
10:30 o'clock; Chawahiua. H 
o'ekiok: Ladyamtth, tS 
and NaJMlOM 1 



STMT EMPIRE 

WW mm 

;B.C. Forestry Branch Gath- 
ering Uniriiie Collection 
ot Tree Products 



JACn DUE 
IN lESDAY 

Liner Will Dock Early- 
Russia Sailing in After- 
noon for Orient 



Inbouol mm tha Fblllpplne 
I ,iand.s by way of China atid Japan 

IX. ii^, the Ameruan Mall Line 8s 
President Jacluwn will arrive at Wil- 
liam Head at 5 o'clock lue.vlay 
momlag. according to wireless 
meaa^ xaaalvad bwo yartarday by 
w. U. Allan, loeal agnU of tba Una. 
The Jackson will dock at 7 otloafc 
at Rllhet IMerh While !;ere, the 
liner will discharge ton,-, of n>'n- 
eral cargo The Jack-Miii ha:. pa.s- 

seosera and malla lor the port as 
welL Oo»plaUngBt.tiltll— rwUI 
proeaoi to Seattle. 



TRE^at/fhc^ AJBSim CAR 

^^^^^ • 



Balling four day.s c.u'.kt than 
schedule, the Canadian PacUic Uner 
8s. Imjraai of Ruaala will be here 
for a abort tlaaa Tiiaaday aftaoioon. 
The Unar will aiato a 4BMM call 

at HonoiaU OB IMT ««gr tO fhT BMt 

ports. 



-PhotMraph by Kobwl Piet 
MAiOB M. A. KBMT 

atep to ortanlaa tha unit waa Uken 
In 1859. when ik letter waa written 
to 8ir James Douglas aaklng hla 

permission to orRanlze a unit to be 
known as the Vancouver Island Vol- 
unteer Rifles. 

Ever ifn^t then the brigade has 
grown. Mtd taken its part in the 
varloua cmatianclaa ol tha oountry. 
Prlmartly It to a dafanea unit, but It 
ha-s contributed many noted soldiers 
to the British Army, among them 



will have an opportunity to laspect ! being the late General Sir Arthur 
the camp and see the annual sports IW. Currie, who led the Canadian 
CO the afternoon of June 24. Army In Raaea dnrtaf tht Ottat 
■uBday. Jnm aik baa baan cboaaolwar. 



twenty-eight tons of ftsh. three tons 
of game birds, thlrty-slx tons of 
poultry, thirty tona of potatoaa and 
tan tona of othar yetalaMaa. 



SCHEDULES ON COAST 
SHIPS WILL CHANGE 
MONDAY, JUNE 18 

Canadian Iflltlonal Steamships an- 
nounoa that tba Summer scheduj 
win becooa affaotlve June It. with 

the coastwise liners S.s Prince 
George and Ss. Prince Rupert, and 
eonttoulng iwtll Auguat at. *rhe 
Summer aerrlea axtends tha run ot 
the ahlpa to Induda Bkagway via 
Ketchikan. Taku Olacler and 
Juneau, and touching 'at those 

Wrangell on 



Bi^ Liner Needs 
Lurtre Amount of 
Table Equipment 

The tecommlaslonlnf of the 
United Stataa liner Leviathan, which 
sailed yesterday on her old run In 
the trans-Atlantle aarvloe. meant 
\ conaktanUda employment for a large 
foroe of men. About i.OQt. otteais 
~and orew. man the ship. 

AppUoatlona poured into the line 
ftam wm who leal tbatar poaltloos 
at sea to ttie Ia.ft few years due to 
withdrawal of thousanda of mer- 
chant tonaaga from operation. TtM 
proapect of seren round trtpa an- ^.,„„^ „ 
nuany to attractive to seamen and pouts and including 
atewards. the southbound run. 

Operating ofllclala. checking up. fMkv^ will aall from Vancouver on 
found plenty of equipment ahort Mondays at t o'clock tn the evening. 
The tables, when properly furnished, arrlvlnj^ at Skagway at 9 o'clock to 
require 231,000 plece.s of china, the morning of the followlnR Friday, 
46,064 pieces of glawware and 71, -land remaining there until (> oclock Farmer: "If things get too bad. 
Ttt plaoea of sllyerware. On onejon the evening of Saturday, arrlv-iwe can eat our forest preserves." 

har paaaangaia may con-ling on the southbound trip at Van- city Boy: "You ve nothing on us; 
tOM o( meat, oouvar on Wednesday. j we can eat our trafBo jama." 



What may be the first Canadian 
coUectloh of commercial and special 
wooda and weed prodncta'of the 
Brtttoh Bnptra to balag rapidly aa- 

sembled here by the Brlttah Cohui- 

bla Forestry Department without 
cost to the Province. Tlie Initial 
aim to to educate the public in Ca- 
nadian and British Columbia for- 
eatry laaouroaa. and also to take 
every opportunity of making the 
Brlttoh Columbia product known 
abroad among British possesslcms by 
exchange exhibits. Conceived first 
as a hobby by e c Manning, as- 
sistant dilaf forester, the coUecUon 
to imiidly aaimiani viliW 
tlonal proportlona. 

The Fy>re8try Branch eo mm e n eed 
some months ago by writing all for- 
estry services under the British flag 
around the globe. Already courtesy 
collections of the hardwoods of the 
united provlnoea of India, or North 
Borneo, and Bonth Afrloa are on 
hand. Similar eollaetlona are ex 
pectcd from British Ouiana. British 
Hondura.s. New Zealand, all stafes 
in the Commonwralth of Australia. 
PH>ua. New Oulnea, Burma and 
stiu further aflaid. 

CANADIAN PRODUCTS 
Prom Montreal has come a fine 
range of the products of wood dls 
tillaUon from chemical UboratorlM 
there; white weed aleohota. aoatatfll, 
charcoal and many Other produeto 
are also on hand from various 
i 'sources. In a proiwr collection the 
branch assembled a complete set of 
rayon products from wood to artl- 
adal allk. The preeent collection, 
howarer, will ba oanflnad to actual 
woods, showing eonparatlva com- 
mercial types, flntohed and unfln- 
Lshed, with attention also to oddi- 
ties In graining and other proper- 
ties in special woods. 

As the keyatone of the whole dto- 
play wlQ be araetad BrMIBh Colum- 
bia woods, to be ahown with ap- 
preciation of their leading place to 
the softwood requirements of the 
world. It Is anticipated that it will 
take months, and perhaps years, to 
flnlah the collection. Meanwhile, 
an tatanaaly intaraattag atart haa 



The Modavla, which docked al >:iK- 
slde Rlthet Piers. Fiiday night, and 
dlacharged aome lOO tons ol general 
cargo, yeatarday. alao loaded a ship- 
ment of loganberries for the Brttish 
market. The Modavla. Captato W 
F. Mitchell, proceeded to 
porU at noon, yesterday. 



Completing loading hare laat eve 

nlng. the Ss. City of Vletorla got 
away for Shanghai at 8:30 o'clock. 
The ahlp loaded 450,000 feet of lum- 
ber at tha loeal aaaambly plant. 




TT^S smart to buy a car with a 
* future. .MreatiN the \irflou 
DeSoto if* niaLing utber cars look 
uld-faHiuuned. A DOW diatribution 
of w«i|)bt katai OB Mnf «l taala pro* 
dtooaeamiradenCaaay riding. The 
engine is balanced ov«r the front 
axle . . . ihr rear seat la full twenty 
inches iu trout ol the rear azle» TIm 



result if» a ear uith more room 
LNSID£ than any otlier car uf the 
••me owarall iim ena in na ... a ear 
with ({reater riding'oomfort than any 
convent ional ear at any price. Acer 
in which you can read, write, or 
relax at any apeed on almoat anj 

road. The Airflow Tie '^ol.i i« the ( ar 
of tbc future. ... wise buycis are 
enjoying it tmley. 



Becauae of atrlka oondltlona on 

Pucet Sound, the British freighter 
Anglo-Canadian will remain at 
Ogden Point Piers for several days 
inng gr Hy ahlp flP|f^ her local 
co mp l em e nt laat efawng. 

STAOEpAL 

Pupils of Miss Olive Camp- 
bell Give Proqramme of 
Classical Numbers 




as you are 



Proud of You 




A delighted audience, at the 
Shrine Auditorium han. yaaterday 
afternoon, listened to a two-hour 

programme of Instrumental and 
solo numbers presented by the puplte 
of Miss Olive Campbell, A T.C M.. 
LAIus., With M1.SS Jasephinc Charle- 
bola, soprano, winner of the Rose 
Bowl at the recent Victoria Musical 
FesUval, aa the goeat artlat 

The Junior artLsts were the pupito 
of Miss Campbell who won first, 
second and third honors at the 
featlval. and the programme was In 
aid of the Dr. Harllng memorial 
fund. Ira DUworth. principal of 
the Victoria High School, praaantad 
the festival certificates to the yovng 
musicians and soloists. 

CONTmiBim NUMHB^ 
There waa a toy symphony by 
Nancy Kyle, piano, and Paul Smith 
M conrt'ictor for the opening num- 
ber on the propramme. Pianoforte 
nimibera were glvgn by Morse Hatt, 
Barbara Bmlth. David Jonea. Marian 
Skellem. Monnan M e Cte lten, Mar^ 
Karet Worth. Paul Smith. Brenda 
Woodward. Oeorglna Worth, Peggy 
ONelll, Nancy Kyle, Billy InRlis 
Dorothy Fuller. Kenneth Cave; dual 
piano selections by Brenda. Bar- 
bara. Wlnaome and Paul Smith; 
O. Worth, B. Woodirard, Marjory 
An-stey. Beryl Cory. Joy Marrlman, 
France.1 Clemo: Hilda Kyle, LIDUn 
je."y< Margaret Strathem. Billy 
Dempster; Peggy ONelll, S. Mc- 
Arthur. P l>owe. Dorothy Fuller; C 
Barlow. S. McAllister. B. IngUs and 

JL Cava; piano duet by h Worth 
d M. Kyte; tuned beUa by the 
mode class of Kargarat Jenkins 

School; group songa by Eleen 
Chaster, Evelyn and Davlda Camp- 
bell; P Lowe. E. Griffin, M Mc- 
Lorle, D. Fuller, D. Woodward. L 
Williams. 8. McArthur. E. Griffin. 

iggy O'Neill, Allan Carter, Michael 
OTOvaa and Biny Dampeey; vocal 
duet by B. Woodward and D 
Fuller: solos by LllMan WWMams 
Sheila McArthur. Margaret Worth. 
Constance Barlow and R Jackson 
Miss Charlebols. who was accom- 
panied by Miss X. Barfoot gave two 
_ oupa of aonga, which greatly 
added to tha auceaaa of the after- 
noon's entertainment. 



What Toda> Means | 

"GEMINI" 
If June 10 is your birthday, the 
beat houta for yoa on this date are 
from 10 ajn. to, 12 noon, from 4 to 
8 p m and from 1 to 10 pa. The 
danger periods are from 7 tO • aJO., 
from 1 t-o 3 pm. and from 10 p.m 
UJilU iiiidluKlit 

Social activities will help greatly 
to make thU a pleasant Sunday, 
ptwrtrtthg yt amild AM-iflgP of 
eontroveratal argument taivolvlng 
either political or reUglouB iaauai. 
June 10 may probably be conducive 
to people expressing per.sonal opin- 
ions in rather a vigorous and uct- 
leaa manner. Thto not only many 
timea oonaUtutes a breach of eU- 
quette, but frequoitly aows the 
seeds of dtocord. Excesses of any 
kind may result disastrously. Dto- 
serusion Is very likely to be caiused 
if too much familiarity Is indulged 
In. Lovers may quarrel, but the 
sweetnaaa of making up will more 
than oftaat any momentary bitter- 
ness Avoid fueling almply to to- 
dulge In the pleasure of nuiklng up, 
for sometimes It proves a rather 
difficult job If there Is no cheer- 
ful Idiot along to "rock the boat. ' 
water iporU can be safely indulged 
to and will afford a lot of fun. 

The woman wboae birthday la 
June 10 can expect "Lady Luck" to 
smile on her very .shortly Do not 
allow any very .sclf-opinionatcd i>er-f 
son to regulate your life. A.s.sert 1 
youraelf and be independent, if the| 



wrson trying to dictate IS presum 
ing on their right. Marriage wlL 
bring you untoU happlnoaa, but If 

circumstance forces you Into a com- 
mercial career, your greateM NCOail 

might come from a business requir- 
ing one to possess an appreciative 
eye for things of artistic worth It 
may be wiae not to too readily pred- 
icate yoor upon the reaction 
peo{de have regarding othera. Avoid 
affecting any pronounced manner- 
isms, f^r men, as a rule, prefer 
■women who are ptrlectly natural, 
and women ridicule those who are 



»ffect«4. YwHWtfftl v^y.*^' 
aervaUvo In planninf unanaai ex- 

pendlturaa. 
The child bom on Jtoe 10, when 

it reaches its teens, will develop a 
rather finicky streak regarding what 
It wants to wear Do not let thi* 
dtoturb you, for it is a phase that 
moat of the nmnal children of to- 
day pam thrmigh. Try to be aym- 
pathetle and endeavor to mider- 
stand Us likes as well as dUllkes 
It is decidedly bad psychology to 
foice a child to wear something that 
is extremely distasteful, and causes 
It to feel self-conscious. 

The man bom on June 10, to suc- 
ceed muat yearn to ba a good Judge 
of human nature. If born on thto 
date, learn to discriminate between 
worth- tiile men and women, and 
Uiose best classified as "four-flush- 
ers." Remember It takes much more 
than beautiful dothea.or money to 
ereata diaraetar, and the man or 
woman lacktog that la unworthy of 
cultivating ns a friend. June 10 tsj 
a RO<xl day to remrmbor ttOt tO let i 
anything excite you. * i 



MOND W .U'NB It 
"GEMINI" 
If lane II la your birthday, the 
beat houra f or y«a on thla data are 
from 0:4B to lt;48 am., from %M 
to 5:45 pm and from 8 45 to 10:46 
p.m. The danger {xi icxls are from 
6:4S to 8:45 am. from 12 45 to 2 45 
p.m.. and from 5:45 to 7:45 p m 

Ihla June 11 will not be a pro- 
pltloua one on which to uae any 
semblanoe of hlgh-praaaura methods 
In .selling It may prove decidedly 
poor Judgment to try and force de- 
cisions being made In matters of 
either a personal or business nature 



Many people dislike be tog rushed, 
eq)aclaUy In affaire tovolvtog 
money. BuahMM wUl probably sUri 

sluggishly in the morntog, but from 
noon on will display gratifying ac- 
tivity There possibly wil! lii a Rood 
deal of relucUncy displayed by some 
people when It comes to parting 
with money. Thto may not prove a 
very good day for aoolal activities, 
as a good many Indlvlduato wlU be 
absorbed In matter* of a very per- 
.sonal nature, requiring their un- 
divided attention. "nierc will be 
very little time available for senti- 
mentality, ao It might prove ad- 
vtoaUa to uae dtoeretlon If tnoUned 
to "bUl and ooa" 

If a woman and June 11 to your 
anniversary, you should have a 
mind that works with the rapidity 
of a streak of llghntog Lightning 
however, aometlmes crashes intc 
objecta wUh dlaaatroua effecU. De- 
liberaUon In thinking producei 



thlnktog slower, and not be tea 
quick in making a deetolon. Ten 

have a great depth of feeling, ano 
will make any man you marry ex- 
tremely happy. Love will bring you 
many blasatogs and much happi- 
neaa. While commercial life or the 
educaUonal flekl offers you tha 
means of livelihood, marriage to the 
logical cour.se for you to accept, for 
it win bring Uie greatest content- 
ment. 

The child born on June 11, as it 
grows up, will prove an alert, intelli- 
gent, and rather mlaoblavoua young- 
ster, delighting In hamla aa pranka. 
and without a mean er wi a Hci aMa 
streak in Its makeup. It will be a 
most lovable lyix- of a perfectly nat- 
ural child, who will attract jjeople 
by Ita frankness and cheerful dU- 
poeltlen. A certain amount of ra- 
tional dlaelpilne win neoaaMilly 
have to be exercised, but patient 
rea.soning will aocompUah a great 
deal mere than aevarlty or harangn- 
Ing. 

The man born on June 11 to very 
reaponalve to love. In fact, aa a 
rule, ha eravea It, ao an early aMr- 

riage generally proves most suooeaa- 

ful An active mind, plenty of 
stamina, and an uiironquerable 
spirit are qualities that should carry 
you to the topmoat fvap e( the 
ladder of Moceaa. 



We haven't any really conatnic- 
tlve suggestions for the cure of our 
natural tendencies to leave the nar- 

„,., row path, but sometimes we think 

corner Judgment, resultlngin bat. that an amplifier for the voi( e of 
ter and happier conc lusions It maj eon«clence wouldn't do any harm.— 
be advisable to gel tlie habit ol Bost/jn Herald 



SPECIAL 



r 



TO your family you nrc a jjood provider and you are 
insth' proud of the fact. It is gratifyiii^i to know that 
thc> have ihc comforts of life, a good home. Will you 
always prove a good pt oviderP Have you ever considered 
what standard ol Uving would be tfamst on your iamity 

Why not make their future eeoure with a Monthly 
Income Poh'cy? Suoh a oontraot can be wrtttco in mul* 

tipk s of ten dollars, enabling you to pro\ ide any guaranteed 
niontlilv p'.iMnent n ou wish. .Ask a Manuiacturers Life 
rcprc&enUilivc or write ior particulars^ 



THE 

Manufacturers Life 



This 



Mn. Goldman had engaged a new 
makL She waa a thoroughly good 
girl, truthful, honeat, very willing 
and obUglng, but she lacfcad tact. 
One evening, her mtotreaa waa going 
to the theatre, and tha maid no- 
ticed that a favecllt lise <f peartoj 
was missing. 

-Oh, madam." she cried, "where 
are your lovely pearto tonight?" 

"I'm not wearing them, Winnie, 
repUed Mn. OoMoaaa 1 donti 
fancy them tonight" 

"Oh. what a pity, tmftmr* ex- 
claimed the maid. "An* they Bake | 
you look so like a real ladyl" 



WESTINGHOUSE JUNIOR BUFFET 



INSURANCE Company 



HIAO OFFICE 



TORONTO CANADA 



Branch Oika: Pembarton BIdf., 

Geo. C. Youii^, C.L.U. 



B.C 



The Towner Bay] 
Country Oub 



The executive wlah to correct an I 
e n onae na Imprearien retatlve to the 

operations of the above club, which] 
has been .drawn to their attention. 

Ihto ImpreMton Implicit that the 
club to a profit-making Institution. | 
and that the enjoyment of member- 



to the enlraMa feel 

and awil annmal e ub aer lpt le n . 
Such to not the ease. On thai 

contrary. It Is operated solely for] 
the benefit of Its members, and reg- 11 
ulatlons are in force specially sd- 
te theae of aaoderate 




EASY TERMS 

Priced at $80, the aiRl|»lt, 
ytt gmartly atytod Waat- 
infhouae range, above, 

gives the most modest 
budpet a chance to in- 
clude electric cooking. 

A gauill 4ewB psymant 
and aaay tarma oa ^ 

balance, plus an allow- 
ance for your old stove, 
naake thia amart little 
Waslinghougt saty ts 
huf. Aad.ramaaibar, too, 
that yov g«C $45 worth of 
free entrgy with tba 
range. 



ELECTRIC RAMGE 
. . . You Are LnUtled to 

$45 F ree Electricity 

This is a big advanUge for new electric range users. If you pur- 
chase a new electric range during this special offer, you will get $45 
worth o4-«lectricity free, which will be credited t'. > our account at 
the rate of $2.50 per month for a period of 18 months. ^ 
Call in at either of our stores— 1016 Langley or 1501 Douglas— for 
full particuUrs of this offer, or telephone G arden 7121. There it 
no obligatMML 

B.C ELECTRIC 



Information !n rer^rd 
may be o^itauici at the of- 
fice of the Mcrilaef, M .Vlawii 
Street. Victoria. ^*)| 



1501 Douglaa 



7121 



lOieLengltf 



'1 



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THE OATI.Y COLONIST. VICTORrA, B C. SUNDAY. JUNE U), 1934 




>///<A\VV/A<»A\\\VWA\\\VAy/V»y////AW//// \\\V/^/,\\V4i>V/// W,V/a, 



RAIL aivpOAIR 



First Locomotive 
Made Nearly Five 
Miles in an Hour 



bralMi Beeeadj |i|,W«kt, Whnt First 7 
SlWM'KBgiM Kn Oft Kafli 

A mrmoHal to Rirharri Tr<-vnhkk.[lim OH nils on February «1. 1104. 
ihe inventor u( mi chm nii^nclTt traversed the 4pot oo wMch thU 



wa.-. unvt'ilfd r«'<eii!ly al MiTlhyr inoiiurricnt 

Tyoni, WalM, on • ctle near ttuiAbcrcynonu 
old Fm>terai XraMWta. At Hit 

Trevlthlek aenred mom time a> an stoM«- "rh^urs- 



englneer. The memorial, which has 
Vx-pii fiM !<■(! by thr TifviMiU k (■«'n- 
teovjr coaunemor»Uon committee, 
In wi^uiimim vtth the l^trthyr 
Oorporatlao. la a i>iatB atoM MUi 
bean the Inacrlption: 
•Klflhard TrevlLhlck (1771-1833). 
Of hlgh- pr M Wg e ateam. 

to 



Mi vajr to 



of tho meaMctel are 
Willi Metloaa or iron 



TRAVIL 

CUNARD 




TO lUROPB 




Sailing Fridays from 
MoatrMl and Quebec 

to Fnjiland, Ireland, 
Scotland and France 



•DONAiOSOH 

fl — niniiiilaUiu 



Mm 

On» Rnimd ^ 
^•T Trip 

Cabin Jrom *122. *226. 

Tourittihmt 104. 188. 
TllW(Srr/5»a2. 144.» 



rails ukcn from the ICerthyr- 
Abeicynori tramway, over which 
Trevitblcii's "Pragrdamui" oneliM of 
1804 traveM. ■ 

FOR HAUUNG METAL 

The jlory of Um "Penydarren" 
^nglne^ foot la one of the romances 

of the WfLsh Iron and stwl Industry. 
TrevlthJck, who tame to JBouth 
Wales about 1800, tiad erected a 
muBiier of etatlanary eogliMa for 
the Penydanvn Iron wtirts, owned 

(by thr brother.'! .Samiu-I and Jrre- 
nuah Honfray. Then he built a 
locomotive for hauling metal from 
the iuRMoos to the works forge. 
lUf hwomotlvt voited vory ti«ll. 
but frequently her weight broke the 
plates of the tram track a.<i well as 
the hoolcs between thr irain.'< Thljs 
engine U celebrated as being the 
fint ateoB loeoaMttvo to draw o 
load on tiamlllim w pitlM 

The faaeos nu to Abereynon, 
referred tO In the inscription on the 
mMnori al, waa the result of a bet 
of SOO gwaoM made bjr Richard 
Orawahay, owner of the Cyfarthfa 
Ircmworks, with Samuel Honfray, 
tliat Trevithlck's enjlne would not 
draw a load from the Penydarren 
Ironworks to Abereynon, nine miles 
down ttao Tafl Valley, along the 
hone tram track used for the trans- 



To BRITAIN AND 
THE CONTINENT 



ef asMMC «e Olawow. 
aa4 Ufwv 
•TTetkle 



Mae U. 
Jvat.tt. 



j«M at. .MMiMte to aavTC, 

Jvae at. .DmhM of Rlehmont to 

Bclfatt, Uvrrpool. 

rroa QUEBEC 
Jun« 16. .KmprtM of Britain to 

and Southampton 



port «f airtiilil to a petet known 

W OMMd BMria, where it wa 
ihlpiied into the Olamorganshlre 
Canal barg«s The bet was ac 
oipted. and Tttvlthlck't ova ae 
•taal «( Om Jtewr, toti 
Plaot OB Mroiqr H. UH li at 
foUowa: 

We proceeded on our Journey 
vUh tho tngtat aad «o oaolM 

tone of trail and flmi voaont vtth 

seventy men riding on them the 
whole journey It Ia aJx)ut nme 
inilf.s. which wa.s jx rlurmed In four 

hours and five minutet. Wt had to 
out tfoaa MBM tMta aad itieti 

some large rocks out of the road 
The engine, when working, went 
nearly Ave mles an hoiir, no water 
was put Into the tooUer from the 
tiBM w alHtii mMl wo anrtvod at 
our )oamty^ end. On our return 
home, about four miles from the 
.shipping place of tin- iron i Aber 
cynon), one of tlie small belts that 
fastened the axle to the boiler broke, 
and all the wi^ raa out of the 
boUer, which prtv«nttd the return 

of the engine until that evmuig 
The gent Ionian (Richard Crawiihay) 
that bet 500 guineas agateit It rode 
the whole of the Joumty with ua. 
and k tatiifled thnt he lost his bet 
We .shall continue to work on the 
road and shall take forty tons the 

next joanwy." 

NEVER USED AFTER 
Apparently, however, the feat was 
not repeated, for, according to the 
s t a teme nt of a workaan who as- 
Bltttd'-TrMnihlek la bvUdlng the 
engine, she was never used as a 
locomotive after this, but was used 
as a stationary engine on a hillside 
coal level for thirty ytars before 
beint acn4ip*d. Bt alto aw n tfc H ied 
the fact, omitted by Trevlthlck. 
that on the journey the engine 
broke a good many of the tram 

basla sht ran 00 tho road and had 
to bt takaa baofc to noydtim by 

Two of tho trticks whkh were In 
use on the tnek botwttn Mcrthyr 
and Abereynon In Trertthlck's time 

are now Included In a collection of 
historic railway relics in Baltimore, 
U.S.A.. having been purchased by a 
former president of tho Baltimore 
A Ohio RaUroad Company for 
$10,000 each. 



jOn the After Deck of the British Yacht 





il 



/COMPLETE ifl (▼cry dctsll, the new itccl British challmgcr for the Amcriia't Cup his bcrn showing fine 
V> bursts of spfid in her triil spins Mrs 1. O. M. Sopwith jnd her hiisbind, the ship* owner and builder, 
are \ein nn ihi d., k ihr former itctring the yj^ht at th« time the photograph of the hope of BtUishciS WSS tskco. 



-eo HAWAII -JAPAN 
CHINAPHIUPPINES 



Expreee Service from 

New'S i.rk Other reaii lar 
Cunard and Anchoc Line 
from Now York 
andBoeton. 



tROM nOTCMS AND VANCOLVea 

''una 1> Smprtu ef A-jsala 

June SO , Xmpraaa ot Jaikan 

July M FmprFDii of Aila 

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Apply to your Utrat iimrmhlp •i(«nf 
or Cunard L4in 
9T7 CrmBTlII* St.. VancuTer B.r. 



CUNARD 

anchordonald;on 



rrom VICTORIA A.NO VA.NtOl VEB 

June 20 NIacara 

''uljt li Aoranci 

Alto IS •*••*• t .aisssra 
Sto^ IS •..■•••.••••••««»«••••••• .Asffaiisi 

rm VMtlMr fetormatleivSStIV Tear Ueal 
Astnt. or 

L. a. oapmsM. aMriot 

SIh Ylotorta. 9Xi. 

Ot wtae 

9. J. 




LIGHT THROWN 
iCUAKACIER 

Sons of Late Captain Robert 
Dollar Possess Interest- 
Zing Documents 



Ocean and Coastwise Movements 



Weather Report 



N.ll: Mi rovsh. 

PAOBSirA — Otaert 
M.ll! to; choppy. 

OAIUf ANAH — oisart 
M.N: Ultat awiU. 

CAPE Bsiu Ctoaii 

30 30; chopp7. 

swirrmniB— diar: 

30 31, 56; choppy. 



<mh; 



llsht: 
frtah, 



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Trip to California 

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to Los Angeles. ExceMent Nita Coach aceommodatkm. 
Rates that will astoim.l vxi. 

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tioa faichty, saiely and ecooondcaUy. 



Wt wa tmrn rUm ntrntk cavwlat shipments from the point 
of pidt ap ta patat of dtlvar^ 

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An Intcrosdng; collection or family 
letters and records dating .back to 
tho atvoatttnth etatory is in the 
poesesrton of Stanley and Harold 
Dollar, sons of the late Captain 
Robert Dollar, who founded the 

world-wide steamship oriMdoatlon 

which benrs his name. 

That Robert Dollar inherited a 
strong lore for the sea and ships 
through his atotber's side ot the 
family Is aaqity tvldtnetd hi the 

yellowing file of Inter-famlly corre- 
spondence. His uncles, Thomas and 
Arrhbald Melville, both .siiiled be- 
fore the mast, and the file Is re- 
plete with eentury-old letters from 
them from ports all around the 
globe — Calcutta. Singapore. Dublin. 
Liverpool, etc. 

On Dtotmber S, IMI. Archbald 
MelTlllo wrote mm his ihlp at 

Singapore to his broChMf oad lis- 
ters at Falkirk, Scotlaad: 

ONB-IBBB €V OABOO 

'"We have got in about our third 
or our cargo and I expect we will 
5all about the first of January foi 
London. II all goes wtll we ought 
to bt homt aboak tho flnt o( May. 

Uttle did he dream, apparently 
that eighty years hence his sister's 
son, as yet tmbom. would be Inau 
guratiag a fast round-the-world 
sttamer lenrtet, with BMd« 
.snlllnK from Slna(pOtO fST 
rvery two weeks. 

Another letter written In 1842 
from Calcutta by Thomas Melville 
shows the same strong religious 
bent that Was pronniinced in the 
character of Robert Dollar. 

"There Is a seaman chapel htrt,' 
he wrote, "but the natives know no 
more about the blesstngs of the 

Oospels than do their bont."; There 
1.S a caste here who take their 
x*ople when dead or near death 
down to the water's edge and lets 
them renada uattl the tMt 
flows thtm and earrlts them down 
the river. If they are not able to 
rise and «o from the water, they 
must remain to their fate. It Is 
shocking to see so many dead bodies 
'loatlag down the rlvtr. X have 
seen as many as five at one time, 
went to the chapel last night and 
heard a very good sermon from the 
Both Ghopttr of Xsalab." 

RrrERM TO MAKRIAOE 
Still another Interesting docu- 
ment in the Dollar brothers' collec- 
tion U the original Maaonle oertlfl- 
cate Issued la im to John IMrlDe 
Captain Robert Dollar's maternal 
grandfather, by Lodge of Falkb-k 
No. 18, A.F M. Another record refers 
to the marriage of Robert Dollar's 
great grandfathar, Botat MshrUle, 
to AfDts awtaf, la tho yoor ins 



Wir^esB Report 

(Ektrvaii. I p m , unleM Othorwltc tlalrd' 
RIAI.TO- Bound Sin rranctaco, 100 milei 
from AiJtcortei 

HARRI.EDOWN Bound Marthneld, 731 
miles from Manhfleld. 

VIUiANOBR— Bound San Prancltco from 
Vaaooevtr. SOS mllM from San Franc lace. 

OATAIOr-Uft Hardy Bay at • p.m.. 
nortbbouaS. 



Shipping Calendar 



TO ABBIVB 

JACKOOII -> nuus^tnti. 
Ohiaa aad Japaa. Jmm tl 

aaS^imlt MM U?*' *** "J' 

DINTKU>TK — BetterdaiB and London, 
Juna IS. 

SANTA PAULA -Ntw Torh and was 

ports. JiiPf IS 

HIYX MARU (VancouTor)— Japaa porU, 



Jamaa tiland. PIm laland. Port Waahint 
ton, Gansaa aart>or, ICayna Uland. OaUaao 
U laad and Vaaeouw at tS;SO a m 

amHTP-S H SOOaCTO — Ouncma wot' 
toavo Oltfaor sash dap at lo a m and at 

•.U PA 



Northern Fointa 



BITPIBT ANtf I 
or QL'ICE STATION 
Mailt clOM- Monday. Tuaidaj, rtauraday. 
Friday and via CJ.R. Skasway auamcn. 
l:ae p.M.( MMdap. ThafsSay. Oatorday. 
tt:U p.ai, vtf KamiMM aaS itpn. 

Malli due Sunday, Tueaday. Wadaoaday. 
Frltlay. 7 15 a.m. 

POINTS EAST or aoKB wtAwnt 

Ifalla cloaa MMiSSW llHatiSib gStBr- 

**>^a8 tos ftniwb saanaMb omma 

STIWABT AND PBCMRB 
MalU cloao Monday. Friday, 1;S0 p.m. 
Malls aBBSsp. rrMai. 1:U 



turn dlge M sa s aykFwaar. i-M s-m. 
Mafli Oae OoaSar. fMSap. 1:U 

Bwamoii asT 
Malls sjaM TBMSay. i:M 
MaOs aw MMiap. SiM BJB. 

ooasN raua 

MalU cloaa UonOap. Wi 



MalU Sas aBBtap. 1:1S um. 



-OBltsO 



lorn, 
Obina. 



June It 

KMPKESS OP JAPAN — Phlll 
Japan and Hawaii, June 30 

OR KOAIU A— Unltad KlnsdOB. Jano 11. 

TALTHYBIUS — China and Japan. June 3S. 

PHKflTnFNT jemitSOM — Phlllpplnea, 
China und Jnpan, June 3S 

DAM9TERUYK— Rotterdam and London, 
June 30 

SAffTA nOOA— New York and way porta. 



TO aaraa* 

SMPRE8R OP RUSSIA— Japan. China 
and Pliillpplnes. June 13 

HIKAWA MARa (Vaneouver) — Japan 
porta. June ii. 

NIAOARA-Hawail. FIJI. New Zealand 
and Australia. June SO. 

PRESIDENT JACKSON — 
and Phlllpplnea. JuBO M. 

SANTA PAUIA a SB TSlft BBS Way 
pbrti. June 34. 

HIYS MARO (Vancouver)— Japan porta. 
Juno M. 

BMPaatO Q' JAPAN— Hawaii. Japan 
CbOM aaS nOlpplnoa, Juno sa 



West Coast Mails 



tlat 
Ooo- 



Bi iii.sii Mails 



Terk> — Malta 



S8 BDROPA 'via New 
dote 1 30 p m . June II 

as. MAJBBTIC (via Now York)— MaUa 
elMO I M PJR., JBBt 14. 

aa BMFiuio or AOOtasiis-Maiii 

rlo«e 1 10 p re . 

as DircHBBB 
I JO p m . Jmm IT 

Mall intaMM Mt MBBHalaaMB via New 
rerfc MUM te m MaAsO, Wk«i aoat ky 
aif ovor UaMsi aiaMS IbMk bmO May 
So pc<.>-d ivB oase Mar dMo tko 

r'.lra'M 

nmr inbibh nK<*TBAU.T 

If cloae l .M p m . June 10 

MaiM MMB i«o''*'^''*JMs u eai n. Imw 



Mans to P m , III. lltO 

et eaofe BMBth (or Ahomat. 
peeceo. Clapoouot, Clo-ooao. 
teran Point. Kakawta, KlMoaaa. Kynquot. 
Nootka, Part SISw M. , fm Oonfrtw. 

Q'irrn't OOfSt ftOBak OMHISI- PBi 1:U 

u, 8th, itm aai wa «i oaei MPib 

ts Ecoolo. 

lUUa doio It Bm. SM oaafe BMilb, 
and • a.m.. SSad of oaeh BMBth. lor 
Centra laland Due 1 11 p.m., 3ltb of 
each month. 

Malta cloao • a.m.. tad. lath and >3nd 
each month, oseopt ObbSbpo. fSr OHye- 
«uot. BaUTSB PalBt. Kskawla KpBtuot 
and Toflno. 

Mailt nloM • a.m.. <th. Kth and Kth 
of aach lonth. except Sundays (or Clo- 
ooao and Port Rontrow. 

MalU cloao • a m.. Thoradat BBS OilBi- 
day for Bamfleld, Kroolo. KBiMaO 
Mateo. Sechart and UcluoiSl DBS i 
Tnooday and Baturday. 

Malls elooo ll:lt pa.. MoaSap. aaS t:lo 
p.m.. Pridayi. for Bolkon, Port Alice and 
Ouatatno. Duo 1 a.m.. Tueaday and Prl 
Say. 

MaOa cloaa 10 p.m.. lat of each month 
ot Duo t:II p.m. OB IBo Sia. 
• a.m.. tod of oaeh ■•Bik tot 



TroMupeume Mails 



CHINA AND JAPAN 

•EMPRESS OP CANADA-Malla cloae 4 
p m . June >. Duo at Yokohama. June IS: 
Shanchal, Juno II: Honakonc, Juno 33. 

PRXSIDXNT McKINLSY— MaUa cloae 4 
p.m.. June I. Due at Yokohama, June St; 
Shanghai, June 30: Hontkons. Juno 39. 

•BMPRE88 OP RUSSIA— UaUa ClOOO 4 
p.m.. June 13. Due at Yokohama, June 37: 
Shanihal, July I: Honikont, July 4. 

tHIKAWA MARU (via Vancouver) _ 
MalU cloao 11:11 p.m.. June II. Due at 
Yokohama. Juao M. 

PRESIDENT JACKSON— MalU cloae 4 
p m . June 71 Dur i«t Yokohama, July •; 
Sbanchat. July lii. Mdiiikoni, July II. 

•EMPRESS OP JAPAN MalU doao 4 
P m , Jurte 10. Due at Yokohama. July 14: 
Shanthal. July 17: lk>ntkont, July M. 

•Carrlet mail for lldiK iul i 

tMall (or Japan nriv 
AUSTRAUA AND Nrw rKAI.AND 

RIAaARA— Italia ch>.t<> 4 p m . juno 30. 
Duo at Auckland, July U. .Sy<ln«y, July 14. 

MARIPOSA (via Ban PraucUoo))— MaUs 
rlote 11 IS p m . June 23 Duo at SBOk- 
land. July 11: Sydney, July II. 

MAXOaA (via San PranAico)- Mailt 
elooo 11:11 pm.. July 1 Due at WeUlna- 
ton, July 31; Sydney, July 31. 



FLY£BS PLAN TO 

VISIT mmm 



wa Fly "Jeaeyh 
LsMk" to CaMtda en Setam 

California 



NSW YORK, June 9 CAP).— Paul 
Oodoo sad Mamlet BossI, Aaneh 

trans-Atlantic fivers, ajinounced to- 
day they would take off at 8 o'ckKk 
tomorrow morning for Chicago 
Later they wlU fly to Canada. 

Thsy nads thslr aano u nes ui ent 
after a short flight In their mono- 
plane, the Joseph Lebrix. over Floyd 
Bennett Field. The damaned pro- 
peller Which forced them to make a 
pranatoro landing at New York 
May 28, on their attempted non- 
stop flight from Paris to the United 

sutes Padflt OsaH, hM hMB rt- 



Alaska Ship* to 
Sdil on Regular 
SchMulet Soon 



i.A^tf f^f^ ittaiBdiilfa out of 



aflng on regular schedule. a( 
coidmg to a telegram ret'eived 
lu'iv >ej(t<'rday aflcrnotui by 

W. M. Allaa. local agent. Tlue 



sdiedQled to sail at 

lujon. June 12. and S.s Vr- 
loria on June 13 at 10 o'clock 
in the morning. After depar- 
ture at Alp oo JUDs 11, ox- 
ptei a> aloMBin will tan on 



URGE CROWD ON 
PRINCESS NORAH 



era BjCX 



fer North- 
With Pas- 



VAMCOUVXR, June S (OP).— With 
iM I I m i l gathsrad fMas tiM 

length and breadth of Canada and 
the United SUtes, the British Co- 
lumbia Coast itnamsr, Maeess 
Norah. wlU Isavo Vaaeouvsr tonight 
at 0 o^doek for Alaska, with Cap- 
tain W. Q Palmer in command. 

Included **»uw^ ths pnaalaoBt 
potsengeis wlU ho Ifir. and Mm R. 
E. Brasher, director of thp Par* 
moimt Film Corporation of Holly- 
wood; J. G Blaii.slutrd, general pas- 
senger agent of th ^ yT lUt Ftm \ 
Yukon Railway; Ur. aad Ifra 



R, ^ 

Morgan. Pittsburgh, and relative nf ' alongside two other ouTsaUlxig craft 



WOIUJIPLMD 

Owners of Pacific Queen 
Hope to Duplicate Prison 
Ship's Voyage 



Ooavtrtod fkom an ataaost pursly 

coasting crul.se the ".show boat" 
cruise of the okl riKger, Pacific 
Qusta. win atl awdtr way oa Jaiy 

4 froin .San FYanciSCO. It Is an- 
nounced by Captain C. B. Ctirysaer, 
who, with rnnk Q. Kissinger, owns 

staroTSiMfta. 
The PaoWe Qatw HMfoi al 9m 

Pranclsoo on Thttiaday hat ftwa 
waters off Oetan Park, whtia iha 
secured aukay ipscliasns of tho man 
!>peetaealar foms of maitae life for 

her tanks. At .San FYancLvo. the 
owners are exhibuiuK the ooUecUon 
made do far and will 
equipment of the crafU 

How koff ths Padfle Qusen wlU 
be poking her bowsprit into ports 
of the seven seas. Captain Chryster 
does not know. He and Kissinger 
base their hopes for a lucratlvt 
- oyage on the endos oC an oU Brtl« 
Ish prison ship around the globs 
several years ago. People of thi 
world paid a total of $7,000,000 t« 
vlMt that slilp, he declares. So long 
a« interest continues In the PaelfM 
Queen, so long will shs aiovo tram 
ptfft to port. Ohrysltr addtd. 

VETERAN CAPTAIN 

CapUin Oharlta A. Watts, vtteraa 
sailing ship attstsr. wffi tako IM 
Pacific Queea on eivlet. At das 

Francisco, the old ship Is berthed 



mo flyers said Uiat thstar plane 

wfMild be placed on exhibition at 
the Clilcago Century of Progress 
Sxposition while they continued, by 
oonunerelaJ plane, to California. 
Wot umln g to Chicago, they wlU fly 
the Joseph Lebrix to Canada for a 
.short vi.sit. They did not say what 
cities thtf aaoU vRII lb tho Do- 
minion. 

Thgf tKpeet to ntum to Row York 
by June 18 Then, their phMO wtll 
be crated and the flyers wUl sail 
for Ranoe. 



R. Jeckell, comptroller of the Yu 
kon: Father Gallant, famous Alaska 
priest; the Mother Prorlnolal of the 

BISi S M Of SIO. ABBO. OB OB OfgOBlO. 

atlon kivtetlen trip to Skcg^ ay : f 
Barbour. DubRn; Rev. E. E. Brom- 
ley and family, returning home to 
Juneau; and Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. 
BiuakB. of iaslialla, 

VaaoouTor aad VictoHa wUi con- 
tribute about sixty pa.sjsengers to 
the list. While Seattle and other 
Coast oltles will bo repreeented 
with thlrty-flvo adasra^ off looiarch 
for the "yeUow metal" in tho 
tered fields of the North. 



VANCOUVER SHIPPING 



VANCOUVER. June 9 (CP> —The 
Ocean Shipping Company, Limited, 
has reported the snival from China 
of the Ms. Cape Horn. The ship 
wiU be kiaded, outward, by the 
Anglo-Canadlan Rhlpplng Oompany 
liauiod. for tho Uhttod ' 



the Indiana and the WUUam H 
Harrlman. on both of whkh iMht* 
breakers are quartered. 

fiea elephants, a tyiie of marlni 
niaiiimal almost extinct, will bd 
picked up by the Pacific Queen al 
Guadalupe Island, first stop aftsi 
kavlng ths California port. Othsi 
spedraens will be taken along tb< 
Vtexlcan and Central American 
coasts and in the Caribbean and 
Southern Atlantic before a cruise, 
next Summer, up tho 
Thereafter, she win 
erulss to the Mediterranean. 



^^ATIONAL MU 



Queen Charlotte 
MaiU 




CoaUing Craft 



nOTOBlA-VANOOtmER - St. Prt.Kett 
Alleo ov So. Prinre.it Kattalora will leave 
ytttofia at S:ll p m dally lot Vaoooayor. 
ant at 4:ae p m dally for Ooattle Sa 
Prlnreta Alice or St. Prlnretn Kathleen 
•111 leave Vancouver dally fn: Victoria al 
10:10 a.m.. arrlTlns at Victoria al I 3P 
p.m Prtacooo Bisakotfe or Pil B U OOi 4ean 
arrlTca Victoria Sally at 1 a.m.i loavet 
victoria dally at -nldnicht (or Vancouver 
VlCTORIA-BlAnXB— 8t Prlnceat Alice 
or Sa. rrlaooao Kathleen arrlvea Victoria 
daUy fieii HBttlO at 1:M p.m. Priaceax 
Alloo or PHSoaaa Cathlooa loaoes VMoria 
daUy (or Seattle ai 4 M pM, OS Iro- 
euolt arnvei Victnrit dallS Bl lllS BiB.: 
leavea Victoria at I a m. 

WAWAMO-YA WO O UV SK — Oa. Priaeoat 
Elaine, Sa. Prtneou Joan or So. PriBceat 
Bllaab*th leave Nanaimn dally at 7 am. 
dally eirepl Rundty at 2 II p m . and 
Saturday and Sunday only at i.4l p.m 
Tko WI iBlpo loatro VSbeovyor at 10 a m 
dally. Batorday only at t p m.. dally evccpt 
Sun<1av at S «S p m . and Sunday only at 
U AS p m 

VANOUCVSR-NORTHiSlM BRmSH CO 
UJMaU - Oa Pi lBiWi aSolBlSo loavo* 
VaaooMVor oeort Wotnaatfay. at • p.m. 
(or Pnneo Rupert. Sa Prine* Oeorte or 
Sa. Prince Rupert leavei Van<ouvFr every 
MoBday olobk at I o'rjook. for Nortbem 



M I 



MaOa cloao 11:U B.fli.. Mao II and M, 

and July 13 and 31: and 1:10 p rr . June 
I and 30. and July 4 and II 

Gulf Island Mad 



OANQBS. OAl-M-xf) MtTVF PrNOeS 
ISLAND. PORT WASHINGTON. 
SALTSPBINQ (ItLAND 

UaUa cloaa Sondav. Wedneadap. PrMap. 
H IS p.m.i Tvoaday, 10:0S 

MalU dm Moodap. 1:1$ w. 
w««aooaap. ftlSap . t:U a.sk 

BEATOa POniTi 

Malla cloae Tueaday, 10 00 a m.: Wad- 
neaday. Friday. 11:1} p.m 

Malla dso Soadap. WodaasSap. niSBP. 
tilt asa 

OAtnma 

Made cloaa Sunday WodaoaSap. 11:11 
1 M^iU.*"* ' ** •••^ flMay, 

soon rsNBaa 
BJB. *aOsoi WSOBsalaft ti.ii 

^ l^sas Obo Monday. Y ll p 

MOSOnSTB 

Maia SMi TBIItas. It 

11:11 paL 

Malla dno Bunday. Wotaootas. fslS B.a 
woani 



•Moo euadap. I1;U 
fio Monday. T.IS SA 

Honolulu Mails 



Malla rlote II II p m . June 11. ti, IT. 
3n, }}. 31. 31 and M. and J«ly 1, S. 10 

and 1 1 

8S RMPRKSfl OP Rt;88IA-Malli cloae 

4 p m . June 13 

8« MiACiARA — MaUa cloaa « p.m.. 

June 30 

u EMPRESS or Waw Maflo olooa 4 

p m , June IS. 



Vukon and Atlin 
MaOs 



Braves Go Aloft 
In Thunder Bird 
At Oregon Shaw 

Wap-tas-tak-a-nln. Na-kool. ttl' 
wa-la-po and other Indlaa biaTSS 
of the Umatilla country, who saw 
the white man's "thunder bird" 

come to their lands a week ago and 
who ventured aloft in it for the 
first time, still are talking among 
themsslvss about the Mg event 
Six ef the bravea and six Indian 

princesses, rolorfiil In thr ir head- 
dresses, beaded costumes and paint, 
were taken aloft as guests ot United 
Air Lines when It Inaugurated ssnr- 
ios Into ths round-vp dty of Pon- 
dltton last week-end. 

Some of those in the cabin looked 
down on the s.iine land l^) which 
they had seen the coming of the 
ooftrtd wagon and stage coach : the 
soass oountry In which they had 
hunted snd fought. And. according 
to Stewardess Margaret Talt who 
pre.slded In the cabin, whatever 
thoughts they had were not re- 
flected in their faces. Ihs flight 
Ueksls for tho todkms won made 
out with their legal names, taken 
from Government records. For sig- 
natures thagr aflatd Iholr lhamb 
prints. 

The UhMUna. Waaa WhUa and 
Oayuee tribes an were repreeented 

la the celebration which placed 
^mdleton on the airway network 
Notables Included Chief Amoepond, 
of the Umatlllas: Chief An Xanlne 
of the Walla Wallas, aad Poke^ 
Ma. fOaMd iBMta OMtf of tht 

f Was ltR «gBB<-<» 

Rainbow Sea Caflets 



The Japane.se freighter Hakutatsu 
Maru has arrived to Ocean Trans 
port Coitipany, Empire Shipping 
Company, Limited, to load for 
Japan. Tlie agency dispatdisd fls. 
IhlbuB Mora fer JdpoBe today. 



The Yanuuhlla Shipping Com- 
pany. Limited, has the 8s Seklho 
Maru. formerly the Canadian In- 
ventor, at Alberni, today, and has 
announced she will be at New West- 
minster. Idooday. Sho wiu load 
fun at Brttlah OohahMa ports for 
AostraUa. 



EXCURSION 

TO SEATTLE 

Saturdsy, Jnnt 16 

rrinces* Marguerite: Leave Vic- 
toria 9: JO a-m.; retoraiaf, 6 p.m. 
I'mir and alte-hstf hoari In 

Fare,Only$2.$0RoMdTrip 

Children, |1 JS. Orchcstrs. 





The Woaderlaitdl 
•ff MfMnlainM 

Calf ov«f pcrfe«;t fairways. Fiah 
Ibr traat, eaH«ra-hi 
jaiB, rid* aaaidM tha 
• • • Far an aetira m a 
vMraiicm. Jaaptw Park ppa^ldao 
abuiMlaiit aMMrtwadtftBB* los 




$07.40 tjttI:^ 

ffROMVICTOaU J^*"^* 



Canadian 



( HAM. p. r.ABi.y n p A 

oil Geverameat St. Pbeae B mplre TRg 





o'clock, (or Stovart 
VanceiTer every 
Kupe rt at > p .m 

VAWOOO^lDt' 
UAWno— Oa Priaea John wn liaoo' Tan 
reaver at 4 o'ektcK. In the anspaoa. every 
aarnnd Pridar 

VANCOOVBI-SKAOWAT — fls. Prtneeaa 
Rorah «0i AMI MB TllMOllIf at • p.m. 
on Juno Om OS. F lUi iia a iMlao win aail 
at the tame hoar. June 10. June 3fl. July 
14. July 1«. A\ia'i>t 11 and Auautt 31. the 
I. Prinreaa Cbarlotto will aaU at Uia 
me hour, Jmm 9$, Mp 1. MO SI* 
Anauat 4 

wssT ooaor-Pia 
vietorta oa tao lok 1 

mnn'h *t li PJK, 

swAKia aaT^fowaao 

raok loaMB Oaatia Bay Sally ai 
aeaday at t M a m and ^ p m.i 

lea vet Pulforrt Hiraor d«:'i 
neaday ai I a m and 4 » en 
VHVOnU • OOLP 



Ordtfs by 
P. W. Ttlbt, 

PBj-ades fr>r week ending June Ig 
Tuevlay. June 13, Commander O. 
C Joner, R C.N.. wlU tospoct the 

Corpe. Every raUng most attend 
this InspoeUoB. Friday. June 16. 

there nlll 6e an In-^pectlon by 
Major-Oeneral K. C. Ashton. 

Strength decrease — The under* 
mentioned U graoted his disehaiis 
on Joining the Be. Smpreas of Ros- 
sia : Petty Officer O. Looofield 

Strength increoee — The under- 
mentioned is tahM oa Iht anattti: 

D. SOIUgglO. 

Leavo— CMet J. Harper Is granted 

loave nf abwnce from June 20 to 
ON CRUiSt TO ALASKA September 1. for dutlea with fla 



VIA VANCOTTVXII — Malta flote 110 
P m . May 31. June ». la la 31. 3t and 

10. and July 3. T and I 

ni«patchea of June tl and 
July 3 tnd I letter mall ontp, 
aalllnat po»ir>nnrd Indefinitely 



I n, and 
p. BlBlUr 



PRINCESS ALICF WILL 
TAKE SniJTHERN PARTY 



M granted lea^ of 

June g to Joly 1. 

Dutlee for the week Duty divi- 
sion, WhKo Dhrlslon; duty chief 
petty oflleor. iU7>jO. Moi; Saty 
petty elBesr. AJfJ^ 



Chartersi OBMIght for the cruise, 
the B.C Coast Service Sa. Prlnoesa 
Alice will carry Oallfornla OoBBCfl's 

T», to which point the eitcurslonlsts 

wUl be taken by rail, leaving san ! Quertermaslsr, L. 8. IMHV; dutrl 
PrandSOO on June 30 the Prlnrew orderly for Trtltoday Cadet Whedon 
Alice will sail by the Inside Passage, dutj orderly for Prlday. Cadet Mas- 



giving the 
party oa 



members of the tour 



feBfler, Buoler Gale 

A. CRANE. W O 




EXCURSION 



8 



CRUISE: 



To GANGES ad 
rMT WMWMTM 



VmnNCKDAT. Jt)N» " 
IINATION I.AND AND HA1IR 1 RIP 
Bpeclal eoarhaa leev* Vtnrouver Itland Coach Linet Depot at tarn, 
for ono-lio ar drlvo atooa Um Saanieh Poainaula, eonnooUoo witk nBUIT 
OT H SPK a t aoarM Bap. Oniiso wlB ko aMSo laiwBa MM ObK BOMMU 

IB as a a at asaaoo oas roar wasamofoM. 

Paaasaeort may remain at Oanoaa aarSor for Svo aaS a hoir houra or 
at ^oft Waahlnoton for t*e boura. 

Cara may be left at Swaru Bay until returri In the evenino Meala may 
he obtained at otopplna placet nr pa>«enaeri ran provide their own 
P:cnic baachea. bathlBS. blklns, ola. Parry iMvea Swatie Bsp at IS a m 



IB 

ISLAND 



sttvxcs 



RETURN 
FASBt: 
tALTtPRTNG 

rtaai Ma it psck 

WCSBOATS saCBPV WBOMOOBAV 
lM*o raiford BartM . . SiSS 

isBse OsssM ass •■■m 

Sa S lat t la OOatwo 

waaasoast 

Laaeo ratford Barbae . . 



«:«S B.m 



..•••••••a... 

»»»%««»eee«ee 



•iSS a.m. 
fitOaa. 



Laaea 



OVNDAT SKBVICR 

.,e.. S;oa MM. lari 



P:M a.m. 



a m. 4:00 p m. 
II M a n. I 0« 




CHANGE OP SCHEDULE 
EFFECTIVE JUNE 11 
aaiLT aaoarr wkdmksdat 

....... Oiee a.*. IO:aS a.m. I:i 

Sat.... t:SS a.aa. it:ao a.m. 

(IfBSOAV OWLT 

Leave Swarla 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, JUNE 10. \9H 



?3 




FINANCE ■ COMMERCE ■ MARKETS 



Security Prices 
Record Gains at 
New York Mart 



(/^p) _nie iKectrlc Auto Ut» ■■ 
lElrciric Bond A tUiar* 



NEW YORK. Jiin* » 
Stock market maintainwl an unA-r 
tOM of ^tttnfth uxlay. but ftlowe<l wekiiMbouw si. 
down Bftor Ito abntpt torn w^nrA 

In the preceding session. Amn 

Waek eivd j>ro(u- taking by trmdew nlW^u .... 
llClpSd to check the advanK- 'l )y rc „,f Threnhln* 

le tiM gram market b^, , ,^,,,^1 



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incliKllnn 

I , wbeat yt«k 
i' aided, tha 



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Uttrt Con 

Doug 1 A" Al: t r M f .... 
Dupoul d* Namoun... 

«•«.••...«* 

QM IMi«t 

lat. ■•rvfJtfr 

Hkt. Oa*h He«Ut«r.... 

FvUman 

BMl* Corp. of Asm... 

>Miln«1nn lUnd 

ataiMMM Co 

nnitai airuaXt 



. mult of tba 
mates of abnomaUy 

cliKlinn the smaUMl 
wbeat ytakl in lorty-ona 

iiiwuni 111 

aided, tha maxkat 
but fracUonal 
among lMldlB| 
Xlnlab. 

Tia^t CWltlinifiil comparatively 
active. Balea on ttM atack ex- 
change toUled m.m tfiaNatfaSMt 

410.000 a week ago. 

Oalns In wbaat were reduced to 
1-S to T<a of » cant a bu&hel at the 
cloae. after the opaatnc bulfa In- 
vited profit-taking. Oorn waahaaty, 
< loslnK 3-4 to 13 8 c«nta off, but 
reaokl up more than 1 cent on lore- 
caat of the smailMt fVOP 1* thit 
oountry since 1876. 

Cotton let new high nwrka for 
Ita current advahce and cloaed 40 
to 80 centa a bale higher. Hldea 
aontlnued atrong. The dollar eased 
• trifle agalxut foreign czcbangea. 

XJB Steel common aold off ftrac- 
tlonally, aa did Amrrkan Can, 
American Telephone, Santa Fe and 
a number of other leading Lwuea. 
On tha ottMT hand, fractional net 
gains ware laglateNd by General 
Electric. Dupont, General IfoMn, Bricn 
Chrysler. J. I. Case. New Yort Oen- 1 
tral. Pennfiylvanla, Sclynley Lna-|ormhim-P«iee 
tUlera, Montgomery Ward and Sears 



Bait. * Obl* 

Canadian PaelBe ... 

Chet * Ohio 

Cblcaao * Northw.. 
c. U. * at. fairt... 
Cbi«Me. Roek Ulaa« 
D«L. l*«k. * Wa»t ... 
OrMkt Korthtrn p(d... 

nilneta Central 

Uo . K. * TcsM 

N.T. Central 

m wU m u Pmem 

PMBsrivaiito n.n. .... 



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FOREIGN EXCHANGE 

NrW YORK. Jiili* 9 (AF) — 
Forriin r»th»nie firm Q«Ot*tlOM 
m ctnu 

rtance — Uwnand SSSSk; 
••3'* 

itair txiaae •.Wi saMas 

E>«man<1 

BcUium ti 43 ■ 
{»«rm»ny~J7 71. 
Holland — SaJS. 
Norway 3S.4S. 
Swad*n 16 14 
IMnmark 21 SI. ^ 
PInUad 1 17 
BwltMrland 3SMt 
apalo— U.73. 
Fartaeal iSI 
OrMsa-JS. ' 

Poland II »7 
rttchoalovakia 4.1>. 
Ji;iin>l«v1a — 3.ai^ 

Au»tri. is.se. 

iluiiaarr — M.SS. 
Rumania — ISL 
AraanMna — SS.Sik 
Bratll -8 M 
Toklo 3« 12 . 
ahanabat— S3.3». 
Honskaaa— se.MVft. 



MINING STOCKS 
, ABE IRRElillLAR 

Bradian and Pioneer QHb H 
Vancouver— Cariboo Ml 
Drops Heavily 



Small Gains Made 
By Industrials at 
Eastern Exchanges 




A. Ea AMES & COa 



Bal«Mlakae 
tNTSSTMaNT 



llrral Srw Tarfe 

Ml SIS BalaaaBt ■•«• 



NEW ISSUE 



Bears Reafetick 
walaraaa 
r. w. 



34- 4 
13 -« 

35- S 
S-T 

SI 

3*3 
31-3 

a»-a 
tas-a 

Aim noN 
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11-7 
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12 4 
30- S 
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31 
34-7 
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31 1 
IS 

11 h 
14-4 

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Amn. Oar * 
Amn LocomoilT* 
Baldwin Loco. 
Bethlehem Steel 
Brers IAM> Co . 
,Ocn Rr aicnal. 
Rw. Irssi * ■* 
c a Oaat Iraa Mas 
tr.a 
va 

am aocaasoaiEs 



17 7 
2« 2 
43 4 
33 



If % 
IS- 3 
11 7 
34-7 

JMS-l 

aa-4 

IS 

24 4 
43 6 

32-4 



_ Bsflnlng dupli- 
««tad the"l8i4 peak Mm* 18 re- 
acted mfxieratriy. Ooppars Were 
firm on heavy buying of the crude 
BWtal, following the rl.sr In domrs- 
Ua copper to B cents a pound. Ciold 
ShtNa war* eaalar. Allied chrmu-ai 
and Hercules Pa<wder ware strong. 

The bond market malntalnad lU 
forward lienrt. h;it profit - taking, 
near the end. i>«i«(l the majority 
of advances. 

Tha ralli iiera the moat active. 
Oalns tt fraetlMia to 1 point or 
more were held by aome ISHM of 
Allegheny Corporation, B a l tim o r e 
ft Olun. (•hc^apeake Corporation. 
Chicago <k Northwestern, Denver Sc 
Mo Grande, tireat Northern. II- 
Unoli Oantral Louisville A Nash- 
viBe. iflMoorl FMlflc. Mkdwl Plate. 
New Yoi* Oantnl» ■■■ ll ia w and 
ivxAs A Pacific. 

Tlic day s best advance was re- 
Q0c4ed by Colorado Industrial 5's. 
virtoh ware up 8 polnU foUowlng a 
court order for the payment of the 
August coupon. Xntareet has been 
in default on this Issue. Bonds of 
Armour & Co. developed strength 
and a firm tone wa.s displayed by 
ifsues of Paramount, Postal Tele- 
graph. Btudebaker. Utilities Power 
4k oBiA Warner Brothara. 

( Jsaks. Owyaae ^0»^ 
(Att mttlaas la ktobtts) 

, am MAiajvacrvRiNo 

. 11-a » M-« 



31-4 
17-4 
41-S 
34-1 

a-s 
i4-a 

4-4 
27-4 
IB 

4-a 

1-1 
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14-» 
30-4 



14-S 
30-S 

ai 



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Hudson 

Hupp ..«•••••••* • 

Mack Tnsk 

Kaah 

Paeliard 

Stevart-Warnar 

atttdabakar 

Tlinkta Rallsr 

Yellow Truek 

■mn Alt* 

Ooo<*r1ch 

aoadvtar 
O.O. n " 
tT.a. m 

wvtue vttun 

Amn roreitn Powor . . . 
Amn Powff A Ufht l-S 
Amn Tel * Teletr US-* 

Amn W:«terworki lS-1 

Brooir Man SS-1 

Columbia Oa< '»-7 

Cmsir<ni. * aaotls....' 

rnnael Oas, W.T 

Her Power ft UtS... 
Inter T-1 * Tat.... 
l.oul«vllle Oai ...f... 

North American 

nouth. Calif. EdliSa^ 
standard Oas • MSI 
•tona * Wakilsf ..... 

TTnttad Corp 

mil Pow»r * Lt. "k 
Waatcrn Union 



IS- 3 
17-S 
43-3 
S3-S 

14 

4-1 

27 

1*-S 
4 




NBW tOKK.. Juaa • (API. 

taltoiu ta doUara. Damaad •.M%: 
S.eiHi statr-day tola §,««. 



June 9 



<0P>^ 

tte 



... 44-S 

... a»-a 
... st-t 

lOBACCOO 

"W.... 14"^ 





Amn 
LarUlard 

RaiTi 



Oanaial AapkaM ...... >S-3 

Johas MSSWtlls sl-1 

Loewi 33-1 

Dili Klevator IS 

Radt»-Kelth-Or»ta. ... 8-1 

Traaa A— rtsa e-4 

wamar Bros S-S 

CHEMICAL 

Amn. Com Alcohol.... 37 4 

Oelaarisla Casaoa fs-4 

Coas. aalToata 34-4 

Praapert Taaaa 41 4 

Lehn Si Pink 22 

Matblesen Alkali Sl-S 

Nat. DialiUars 31 

Ttsas 9*^ auipaur... as-s 

uaiaa Osfft* « . 

u a. M. AMMl 44-3 



te 

41 

lS-3 

13 S 

lS-7 



44-1 

se-s 

14 

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61 7 

13 a 

lS-7 
3-1 



VANCOUVER. 
Brisk trading 
SvoMmm Bloek Market m 

4^hort .sesrlon Bradian, In tha golds, 
cloaed a ceiiU up at and Pioneer 
at ItJI «M «p II. 

Nlrola at 8 and Taylor Bridge at 
n. gaiiu d J iiiitl :i Fractional galm 
were rn i:':'<i Morning Star at 
35 1-3. and Waverly Tangier at 1 1-2 
B. It OOB.. Premier. Norgold and 
Pairview tNra unchanged. Cariboo 
dropped off M oattta to etaw at 1 JS, 
Bralorne lost 35 at liM and Mortdl' 
an at 11 1-2, Snowflake at 1 and 
Reward at 7 1-4 were frartlonally 
lower. Mlnto lost 4 1-3 to linlsh the 
day at ». 

British Columbia Nickel advanced 
S point.-., closing at 1.14, whUe Big 
Missouri, at 32. w as off 1. NoUo Ilva 
raouUned unchanged. 

The oUa were lass aoMva. O. * 
heading the list to drop • cents at 
90. Amalgamated and A. P. Oon., at 
14 and 12. were each up 1. Royalite 
at IbM and Mar Jon at • 1-3, were 
dwnged. Hoao Oil MikBiid I 
cento to IJO. 



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Amerada 

Consol on !'-» 

Cont. Oil " ' 

Phllllpi Petro SO 

Purr on 13-1 

Shall Union OU S-I 

stMiMia en. oai..... 37-3 

itaadaH OU. 9J..... 4S-i 

Boconr * 

Teras Corpn 2» 7 

union Oil. Oal 17 3 

MINING AND SMELTINT. 

Alaska Juneau 

Aimi Smrltlna 

Anaconda Coppsr .. 
OSrra Oa Pass*..... 



34- 3 
40 4 

31 < 
31-3 

sa-s 

35- S 
43 



11-4 
21 7 
IS-S 

11-a 

3S-8 
4S-7 
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3S 5 
17 3 



M( >.NTRXAL, June 8 iCPJ.— Mod- 
traie gain* iPorB made ky wmm ti 
tha ggitrttlMi on the Montreal Btoek 
shai^a la tba kaU-day «MilaB. 
today. 

■aB Tekphane was «p tl-S at 

119 and Intrrnatlonal Nickel ad- 
vanced 50 cenU at 36.50. Prac- 
ttonal gains ware made ky AraiU* 

lan, Canada Cement, Montreal 
Power, Power Corporation ."^lia*- 
Inlgan Power. Canadiui ll<d:>- 
Eleetfle and U. Lawranoe Paper 
preferred. 

ConSOUdatad .StneUmK ^^H.s off 1 
point at 111 and HoUlngoi wa£ 

U eento at 17S5 
A, 

Breweries ware uaehanged. 



TORONTO blOCK fcXt IIANtiE 
lUHU M TlO. June • ICP» Prices 
tt the induatrlal riiaraa eased down 
slightly just before tha 

due apparently to .some t 
dding U> liik.<- then profits Oa the 
last rally 

Mlckal retained a gain of 10 cents, 
wkllo fktd "A" and C.P.R. were 
an 1-t to 1-4 Xnduatrtal Alooboi 
gained 1-8 at « and Wklkm oom- 
mon wa.s off about 1-4 Brewers 
Si Distlller.s, at 1 50, was 6 cents 
higher. 

Oanada Bud, Canada Malting and 
Brewing OoTporaHaB oowBOtt a^ 

vr.nced 1-8 to 1-4. 

_ HiKiwi prices ruled in the oU 

tm CTssar Bathurst! group for Supertest ordinarv Bi if 

Oockshutt Plow and National Ish American, McCoU and cana,i an 



Canadian Pacific IMhdfay COa 

Ig^maSMS e% {'ollaUral Trail Bond, MatartlB MiP 8k Mi 

Price a7 IS U TIcId 4.1t« 

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, LTD. 

. - .. . . Pkaacs O Hi-. Sl.'VS 



4I.> a 7 Oalral 



Wr Havr on Hiind lii.piit laitl 

WINNII'Kt; ELE( TKK CO. 
BJC rVLT 4k PAPKB CO. 



r.iiirmlHiii .... I',, Kollciwlm 

MAPI.K l.t.Xt MIlMNti < O. 

CITY or tUlUCh. BLPKKT 



c Ms oufvim a oOap i/n». 



1 B«m 



Stocks and Bonds 



(A. a AMES & CO.. VTCTOMAI 



Oranby 

Hawe Sound 

tnt. Nlckal • . . . 

KsiiaocoSi ....a...... 

Mclntrra 

Noranda 

Patlno MInca 

Pbalpa Dodst 

i;.a. assiuat 



21 

41-S 

is-i 

37 4 
43- « 

111 
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as-7 
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sa-t 

4S-1 
11-3 

17-7 
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30 6 
41-3 
lS-3 
37 1 
43 4 
10 5 
53 

3S-S 

ai-s 



44-4 

17-1 
13S-3 



37 4 

70-4 

34- 3 
41 4 
23 
31 4 

as-s 

SS-3 

a 

43-7 

S4-4 

11 6 
72 
IS-S 
1>-1 

s-t 

35- < 
46-1 
18-4 
35-6 
17-3 



30-5 

41- S 
IS 

37-4 

42- 6 
ll-I 
54 > 
2S-7 

n-3 

4S 

44-4 

17-3 

17-7 

lis 



Amalaamalad— OM at .14. 
A !• Cons.-SSe at .la'i. , ^. ^ . 
C * E 550 at SO. 100 at .It: MO at 
93; 100 at SS: 750 at SS: 3.111 Sl 4T. 

H 



Mercunr OO-l^ at .IC 
CroWa Wool IM at .N; li^W M .OTW. 
at .MH. 
at ll.M. 



Amn Suear 

Armour "A" 

Borden Co. 

Cal PkS 

Canada Dry ....... 

Corn Products 

Oeneral Pood« 
Great West Sutar.. 
Uioae Wllaa BlscalU 
National BIsralt 
)alr7 




FRODtCTa 

80 7 

.... S-S 

.... as-4 

.... 31-7 
.... 33 
.... SS-3 
.... 31 
.... 31 3 
44-3 
34-3 
lS-3 

ai-1 



GRAIN MARKET 

wtEKLY mm 



Nat Dal. . 

Standard Brands - 

UBltsd Prait 

APMBkL 

WsalMi l'-' 
BBTAIL TRADE 

Asaoclatad nrv ooodn n 4 
S 8. Kreur <"•> 

ward 



IS- s 
28 « 



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31-4 
33-7 
SS 

as-1 

31-1 



IS 

SO-I 



IS 8 

in 1 




SO 7 

S-3 

as 2 

31-4 
32 7 
SS-3 
«I-1 
31-1 
40 3 
36-3 

ts-» 
ao-s 

14-4 

11 7 



13 4 
lS-5 

28-5 



STOCKS 



we recommend - ^ v jl ••f^j^^Z^ 

the end ef their tu. h1 vr,.r wfll. It ^ }^}[V:^ ntZl\^^ 
las dietonee of the peak earnlnga of /^„"U 
thl taSakto the stock market since April 30, and Is now 

to StoTwe win be pleased to go into the many 



SaSSm'^S Sy.ilgd alaothaVy lbliltlas^ •minSolTlfS 
In value. A ^pliBdld iBfammeia ■now w 

Htock kxchanga. ; «„ w 

This is the second srciirity we batt kaott adirtsad^to by 

thoee lntere.slPd In our and yoUT 
doubled In price in »ix months. 



BONDS 



If 



Bonds, with yields of 8^; , where the Inf^r. st h».s 
and paid regularly throughout the drpir n 
tA riM in once. The poaslbllltles of apprr. < 
to ka SSW-W^ *o ^ F*ow layal llng in iKW-^ v^^ 
some of thorn optantfd nwaatwwto not spooaMlons 
you will call on lis. the possibilities of prcAtable and »i* 
investment can be readily .shown you by Charta en 
GOVERNMENT BONOS. 
niBUC UTILITY BONDk. 
IWBO I TBIAL BONDS. 
BONDS Vs. STOCKS. 
These show day to day action on all the principal Ca n a di a n 
BOOUiHlli. iftth other vary important information. 
We have dalidle laagielliai ta atake ta tkeeekaMlng 
seearittaa aat faytagMON* ar dlvldwidB. Iko iWiHliiH 
da not taveire Iko nio at n* seumlUaa. 

MMMAjMRIESTMIIT M JJI.^ 



WINNIPEG, June 9 (CP).— 
Drougbt-koaeted grain prices of a 
weak afO wore down approximately 
4 ccnta at the oponhit of trading. 

today, on the Winnipeg Grain Ex- 
change — and weather was the cause 
Although recogniilng that con- 
siderable damage done by drought 
was Irreparable, traders during the 
week saw thmiaenili of acres re- 
deemed from dlMstar ky plentiful 
ralnfaiLs In Manitoba, Saskatchewan 
and Alberta. Wide sections of the 
United State.s also received mol.sture 
to add to the bearish influence ot 
the Western Canada precipitation 
XxporU of Canadian wheat to the 
United nngdom and athar eountries 
was a big ."(Utalllser In the hectic 
sesslon.s. which saw the July option 
knocked down 3 7-8 cent.«;. compared 
With June 1. and the October future 
4 cents below Its mark of a week 
ago. Tha aeatbarman held the up- 
per hand and tradon taok preClts. 

nrrrmber futures were QUOtOd on 
Winnipeg market yesterday for 
fir.%1 time this year, closing at 
„ 3-4 cenU a bushel. A year ago 
the December future was first posted 
May a. When tha flgnro was ge 1-4 
eenu. Ttm Jbly aptkn fbddMd the 
week at rr T-t OBd OlliftV 1i S-8 
cents. 

The clash of the hulll.sh export 
trade and the bearish weather re- 
porta WM diowB hi a ringle trading 
seeslan. when tba range ta prices 

exceeded 6 cents. The eeedlo n ended 

In almost an even count, with prlce.s 
unchanged to 1-8 cent higher. 

Export demand was reflected in 
the coarse grains trade, where oats 
were bought In good quantities and 
a fair demand axlstad for karloy. 
Rye and flax were Infhicneed Ohlefty 
by wheat gyratlon.«i Oats dropped 
3 1-a to a 7-8 cents in the week; 
barley, t l-f; flaa. • aad fya^ S 9-« 
cents. 



Bradian- 177 at ISS: SM w\ tMt SCO 
at 3.14; 3.100 at 3.a4. 
■»alom.-lS4 at " SO: liS at »4 ». 

B.R, Cons.— 1.300 at .Mi IM at MMi 

18" - 

B R X 400 at 1 OS; l,4M al tJft MM 

at 1 OS. 150 al I CS. 

Carlboo-3.435 at 1.36! S.aM St l.SS; 100 
at 1 37 : 300 St 138; 400 at l.M: 3.300 St 
1.30: Sift at 1 33. 2.»Jh at 1 15; 411 St 1.40: 
100 at I 4S. 

Oeorfia Rivar—l.OOO at .03. 

Mer.dlan-S.OM at .13: 1.400 at .13U. 

Marn ns SUr— I.SOO at SS'-i. 

Nicola 14.100 at 56: 100 »t 58 'd d \ 

PoneT 50 at 11 35. 50 at IS SO 

Premttr aold-300 al 1 M. lOS at 1.30. 

Reno-SlO at .SO. 

Tsrler Brldoa— 4.4M at .tl; SM at .11 
MO at .731 3.400 at .IS. . ^ . 
Worsldo— SOO at .SOH: 1 JOO at M. 
Anaconda — 3.0SO at .04. 
Barvlcw- l.OM at .«. _ , , ,4 

BC. nickel-300 at 1.13: I.aM at l it: 

1.4O0 St I 14 2.800 at 1 15 

Bis M.ssourl -2.000 al 13 2,200 at 33 
Denlonia— SOS at .40, 600 at .41. SOO at 
63. SM at .«. 
Dtm«reU-U300 at SS. 
Palrvlcw-SC3 at 15. 300 at .16. 
Qolconda- 1.500 at 38 
aruil Wlhksne-1.700 al .33; 100 at .34 
Hedlay Amal — I.OW at M: tMt as M, 
Horn* Gold— 300 at .16. 
Indapandance- ri.ooo at 01 '4. 
Kootanay Belir i.joo at »3 
Mlnto— S.IM at .80; SOO al .10'. : 18.100 
at sr. 1.164 at J1H{ 1.1M at .33; 3.100 
at .33: SOO at 34. 

Noble fWfh 1.600 at .Mi 1.000 at .09^. 
Noraold- 5.500 at .lOH. 
Reward- 3.600 at .01H: tM at .OS. 
Ranchman'a— SM at .10. ^ 
Salmon— SM at .10: SM at .M. 
811vrrrre«» 5.500 at 02'i 
Snowflakr 1.000 at CI '>. 
Vldctte- lOO at 2 15: 500 at 3.30. 
Vlklns -400 at OS: 500 at .10. 
Waverly Tanclar - 3.000 at .N. 

Induttrlals 
Coast Brrwrrlfn 10 at 12 00 
Brawara * OlauUer»— 3,000 at 1 50. 



Bell Telephooa 

Brazilian T.. L. St P. 

B.A- oa 

BO. Powar "B" 

Oaaadlaa Paeiae 

Con. MInlni St 

^ard "A' , «•...•.... 

Imperial Oil 

Imperial Tobacco 

Intainallonal Nickel ....... 

Intaraatleaal Petroieua imm 
Montraal Po«er com. .v.... 

Shawlnlsaa W. * P 

Dome 

I akashars «»««.■ ««..»a»a« . > 
Noranda •....•.•.•.•>••••* 
Pioneer Oald 

Shfrritt Gordon 

Budbury Basin 

Teck Huchaa 

Venturas 

Wrtibl-Harvrtavas 

Baak al Moatraal 

aasal aank 



Bid 
IIS'% 
OS 
14H 



Aiked 
111 
SH 
14'» 
6 

15'-i i 
183' 
21« 
15 
11 



15H 
151 
21 '1 
14% 
MH 
M.M M.40 
tf% 31% 
MH 37 

aaw 33H 

tf .M 43 50 



WROUND 

Broad Advance in Prices 
Registered on Canadian 
Markets Last Week 



W« Baraaimead tbe Parcbaaa at 

MINTO 



BURLEIOH A CO., LTD. 

M4 TiaW 8V. BMai.r. 7011 vicToaiA B r 



63 5« 
44.40 
II 40 
1 04 
1 75 
S.M 
.N 
l.M 

\s» 



S3 75 
44 SO 

13 50 
1 05 
1 80 
6 85 
06 
S 85 
1«5 
116 



J. W. MORRIS C& CO. 



SS ABTAnF Ri rtr. 



NEW TOBK 
Stocba 



tlir 
the 
80 




• t. A L A N O 



BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES 

(SST^SUSBIO IIIT> 



(VHk iM tr. • 
Patd-op Capital 
Raaar^ PnaS 

Baaar^a UakUNr a( Ptepttasata 

a^a aavtaaow. •••.Mvi 

SI MRANCHBS aaS 408*0188 la 
aaSalad Tenilory e4 WawBalaM. ai> 
at aaitralMlaa BaaMas BSSlBata 
Mom* omM. \ 
«SM ansasT. avasaau Nt 

' " mmmk of CasMsda t Ca— dtais 



J Itmmmm U4.t 

ita. 700,000 
a.iao.ooo 

. 8.700.000 

.dui,aik.ooo 



CaMUutian Bonds 



WHEAT FAILS 
10 HOLDOAINS 

PrioM CloM PraotioaNy Un- 
olwnOMl at Winnipeg After 
Early Advanoa 



WINNIPEG. June 9 (CP) -Wheat 
prices took a late Jolt on the Win- 
nipeg Grain Kachange. Saturday, as 
Chicago TabMB dropped from the 
high points and krought profit- 
taking In the Canadian aa arttat. 
CloRlng figures were l-t OOBt lOMT 
to 1-8 cent higher. 

Reflecting the bullLsh character of 
United atatoa and Canadian Gov- 
ernment crop reports, prlooi took 
a jvharp jump upward.i at the start, 
and until the closing .stages, weath- 
ered sporadic profit-taking sallies. 
The last burst, however, found the 
market kata of Ouppoit aad aaily 
gains were eased. 

July wheat closed at Tfl-4, Oc- 
tober at 79 5-8 and December op- 
tion at 80 5-8 to 80 3-4 cents. 

Export saVes were on the small 
alda, but bids were reported un- 
flOed te the market 

Ca.ih grains spreads Improved 
fracUonaUy, and coarse grains were 
firm. 



TflllllNTO MINES 
SUPSpILY 

Profit Taking in Heavy 
Trading Pushes Prices 
Down . 



TORONTO, June 9 (CP).— Prof it- 
inking on the rise of the last couple 
of days on the mining sectton o< tba 
Mnko (Mock BMbaafa was In evl 

dence in today's short iOOrioa. Itad 
ing was heavy. 

Sherrttt Gordon ran up to 1.H in 
the first half hour, but tha advance 
of 6 cents waa dropped. NOranda 
hit 45 00 but also forfeited the gain. 
Base Metals Corporation, ralcon- 
brldge, Sudbury Basin. Pend OreiUr 
and Mining Corporation all closed 
higher. 

Eldorado advanced 11 cents In ac- 
tive trading. Premier and Bear Ex- 
ploration firmed. EK^e dropped 50 
cents, HoUlnger 10 cents, Lake Shore 
25 cents. IfcXntyre 10 cents, Bralorne 
20 cents and PIOBOOr 10 tO 13A 0. 
Gains of 1 to 5 contB wtre recorded 
for dan Antonio and Gunnar Gold. 

Rcoeeslons oC a cant or two were 
chalked up for .BOkio, KIrkland 



fkalo * oa. 



ft Walawrl sbt. Ltd.) 
auk MUMMiaL 



nom 
Pro* 

Pro» 
Proe 



O.T.P. 4«. ISM IM.M 
1M.M 



of 

of afttrta e* 

of 8.0. oa, 1041..... 

of Manitoba t*i%. 1066... 

Olty •( Moalroal t%. 1040 

Pr«v. •< ttHarta 4^*. tOM..^ 
of IsiiiliBiWia e«. IN8 



lOM. 



loan 

N.M 
1M-S6 



B c Pewar Oorporatlor %* 

BC Telephone 5-,. 1S40 

Oalaary Power 5"% IfSS 

Shawtntaan W. * P 6%. 1637. 

Woatorn Powar 6«, 1040 

CPR S****, 1S44 ... 

INnrsTRIALS 
Alberta PaclAc Orala 6%, 10« 

BA. OtI 6<5, ISM 

Buraa ft Oo. O^a. MM 

Oanada Oaanent 6<it. 1S47 .. 
Oom Tar * Chemical l'^. 1S50 
Oreal Lakes Papar 9%, >060^. 
MrCnii Prostteaaa OU 0*. ISM 
Nlmpaon's, L td.. 9%, 



IMM 

101 00 
«S 15 
103.00 



WINNIPtO OBADt 

anka. Owynne a tt> < 



T 

N 

iPaCIAU/F IN HANDUNO •OM IIAC«Ilia«Y. 

ETC CALL O ll»4 



HEAVY HAULING 



SAFES. K 



18fK> 



MM 

TOM 

104 IS 
37 00 
65 SO 
S3.tS 
MM 



Whaat- 


PC 


Open 


Jalv .... 


Tin 


76 


Oet. .... 

D«! 


10% 


01 


M% 


H4I 


Oata- 






. . . 


l«*. 


3: s 


Oat 


37 


It 


Oo« 


30H 


311* 


Rra- 






1u\y 


52 S 


12', 


Oct 




^S\ 


Daa 


57 '« 


56 


Jul? .... 


' M 


43 *t 


Orf . . 


44 \ 


45 H 


Plaa— 






July .... 


104 


161<i 


OCia 0 0 • • 


IM 


1« 



HIah 
76% 
M 
M 


I>n« 
77% 

SIS 


aoaa 

71% 

SS 


IS', 
18'* 
37% 


37'4 
37 >. 
3S% 


31% 

37', 
36*. 


63% 
M% 


63% 
M% 


M<« 
U% 


43% 
46% 


44% 


43% 
44% 


165 
165'< 


161% 
IM 


141% 
Ml 



Acme 

AJax 

Aiaxaadrta 

AldtraMa 

AahItT 

Barry HaUMMMS ....••«•• 

Baaamae 

n.ar BaplstaUsw 

BiK Iflaaourl 

Boblo .•• 

Bralorne 

Bratt Trtthavay 

B.a.x 

0. ft 8. Corpn 

OmIIs Trathawoy 

eiMMlsal Raaaarab 

Central Patrlata 

Coast Coppar ••• 

Dome 

Cldorado , .•...*.......*. 

PaleonbrMSO 

Oranada 

Oods Lake ».•.. 

Halllnaer • 

Home Oil • 

Howey 

HiidiM>n Bay ............. 

KIrkland LakO •••«. 

Lakeshora ........••".«. 

baa Gold 

utuo lioae IM 

jaaaa 

Malatyra 

MapU lieaf 

Maekenile Red lABO ... 

MrVlttle Oraham •> 

Ml nine Oorpn 

tstt. mskal 

Maranda 

Hlpimna 

ParkhUi 

Paymaster 

Pasid osstllO 

pfSBsar .•*........*..•*.* 

Pr ss a tar 

Bold aatlilar 

Rano 

Boysdlta .......•••«..••• 

Ban Antonio •. 

Bharritt-OordoB 

Siac aa • 

at AntlMSiy • 

Budbary Pasla ..••.••..« 

Sylvanita 

Te«k Huthes 

Venlurea 

Walte Ackcrman 

Wapsida 

WbiU teal* 

wriaht-BaiefoevM 



ttd > 

Bid 
.33% 
l.M 
.MH 
Jl% 
.M 
.11% 
.14% 



•r 

PanadlsB Press l^laaaolal Writer. 

TORONTO, June 9 (CP).— Traders 
In Canadian mining shares took Just 
seven weeks to recover from the griPt 
brought on by the imposition of a 
tax en tha gold mining indusuy. 
This week they put the prices of 
shares of the taxable properties back 
where they were before the blow 
fell on April 18. In several oases 
they even marked up prlOOB ahOfO 
the level of AprU 18. 

This week's rise en all Canadian 
.stock markets was the widest 
recorded In three months, advances 
up to 80 showing ui the mining 
shares and up to $1.75 among leaden. 
Of the taduetrlal board, with Walkers 
conuT'in virptching the gain to $4.50 

VVAlllMG FOE NEWS 

file mining market has been ripe 
for a sthr of soma eort and It was 
evident. Judging from tl» noMance 

to the dorline over the laot month, 

it was waiting only for a Change of 

baart in Wall street. 

The prospect of early adjourn- 
ment of Congress is also cheering 
Wall Street a Mt. Another hearten- , 
ing factor Is the growing conTlettai 
that there Is to be further Inflsitlon 
through a new reduction In the gold 
content of the United States dollar, 
ptrhap* tip to the full extent of the 
authority Tested In the President, 
which would Bsean »4U4 an ounce 
for gold agahut the preaent prtoe 
of $35. 

Consolidated Smellers recorded 
the best gain of the week advanc- 
ing •0.80 to 81M.S0. despite the fact 
ttfor etooks as a group 
lost ground. 

DISTILLBBT 8HABM 

The advance In the Canadian dis- 
tillery shares was credited to the ex- 
peoti^loB that the United SUtes im- 
port tax on liquors will bo reduced 
considerably as a hrtp to the legal- 
ized trade In rnmpetlng with the 
bootleggers. Canadian oil company 



Municipality of Burnaby 

'-'.^atasaaat (ar 1*U U d*w aTallablc. and we hmw prap a rad aa s 
Ms MaaMsa whicb la of latorast to boMara of Bamaby ko 

PEMBERTON & SON, LTDa 

— - — M u l>rii*tlmrn( 



was. MUNBO. Maaacar. 

part St. 



i»7 



Wa Invito Yea to Uaa Our Board-Koem, Nawd aarrlet and 

Diract Wiro to All Exchanges. 

SPEED, COURTESY AND EFFICIKNCY 

H. Ea HUNNINGS & COMPANY, LTD. 



O 113B. O 21M 



ais roai k i at > i 



Wlaok 

a 



BATE & CO.. LIMITED 

BROKERS AND BOND DEALERS 

040 Part SUaot Vlatorla. akCk 



MARKET BARGAINS 
ARE ATTRACTIVE 



Many Shoppers Take 

Offers — local 
Sells WeU 



BRALORNE 

MINES LTD. 



Exceptional bargains in local 
produce featured .sales In the Vlc- 
torlH Public Market ye.vterday. Tlie 
gay combination of Bummer cloth- 
hig and the brUllancy of the market 
gave It a odorful appearance, as 
hundreds of local aboppors took ad- 

vantnge of tbO ialOO values offered. 

Green peas,. potatoes, rarro's and 
iMOta were heavily purfha.Herl dining 
the morning. The former were 
of prleoe, kut 



(Nan.: 

Notkc is hereby given that an 
interim dividend of 15c per »h»re on 
the paid-up capital stock of the 
Company has been declared— pay- 
able July 16, 19J4, to shareholders 
of record at the doeo oi bttsiacss, 
June 30, 1934. 

By Order ot the Board, 

W. W. BOULTBIB. 

Secretary-Treasuear. 

Van' OU- r. I'. ' ' !• r f- '0 '1 



VAMOOU 

eaah trala 



Mn 
No 
Ne 



VaneoaTcr Wheat 

a e «OP).— Taaewm 



atraiaht Tausk 

.. 71'* M% 

.. 10 n 

.. lis M 

M% MH 

01% M« 

MS M% 

01% 66% 

MS 4S>4 



1 Hard 
1 Northern 
3 Northara 



No. 3 NortlMMa «....•.•..*• 
fSo. 4 ISorthdflt §.«•.....• 



No 5 Wheat 
(So 6 Wheat 



•asaosaoa 



Wkoat— PC 

July ... 01% 
aapt. ... M% 
Dac .. 1M% 
Corn— 

J«ly M 

Of% 



CnCAOO OBAIN 
fjonka. nwrnne ft Co) 
Or>en Hleh Uim 
101 101 '. t«<« 
lOIS 103'. SO'. 
105 105 101 



8f 

oa 

e 

Det 

Ryo^ 
Jvly .. 
aoat. . 



M% 
u% 



SS% 
M% 



M% 
til 



«% 

M% 



M% 

s« 

M 
46 

46 <4 



64% 

»t 

43% 
43% 

44 •« 



Clone 
•ts 

H*. 

101% 

64% 

u% 

43% 

45 



.n 

54 

14.10 
.01% 

.64 
1.01 

.14 
4 34 
43 35 

ssa 

316 
.03 
1 66 
11 M 
1.31 
1.M 
13M 
.M 

oa.M 

lis 

1.M 
MM 
44.M 
336 
54 
.34 
78 

13 40 
1 M 
MO 

a^ 

14 75 
i 10 
1.04 

aM 

.01 
1 78 
3 61 
O.M 
.M 
1 10 
.31% 
JS% 



Aikcd 

.n 

1.01 

.04 S 

.33 

88 

13' 

.14', 

.30 

.34 

.65 
1440 

.M 
1.16 

.67 

.58 
ISO 

.74% 
4 It 
42 50 
3.U 

•n 

1 60 
16 00 

I 36 
IM 

UN 
M 
63 16 

*\\ 

aos 

48 75 
41 
1 42 
.45 
l.M 
M.4S 
44.M 
SM 
.M 
.34% 
B.S 

II SO 
1 31 

n 35 

5 15 
I 08 
3 44 

63 
I 00 
3 64 

6 « 
M 

1 36 
13 
36 
0.M 



^v.»,B^.-. - - Offered at a - , 

sharM had a healthy advance in the! all wero WMl krtOW thOOO Of fwmor 



period and a couple of th e issu es 
were reported to be under aoouBMla- 

tlon by outside teiyeotors. , 

Some of the gains for the week m 

the mining U.st were t4 20 for Dome; 
$4.75 for Mclntyre; $3 for Lakeshore; 
$2.80 for Noranda; $115 for Bra- 
lorne; M cents for PicncM-: and 00 
cento for 
and ■oUlflir. 



SIlTer MarkeU 

NEW YORK. June 0 (AP).— Bar I dr 
sUver oulot. uaehanged at 41 



weeks. 

Potatoes sold between five and 
Sevan pounds for twenty-five oenU. 
while oaRots won flao and ton 

cents a bunch. 
Raspberries, displayed for the flrat 

time In any quantity, brought flf- 

teen cents per basket 8trawberrle^|artJjJ«Ma^o» 
were not in demand as much as on i d,„„„|| 'g^ i . i»55 



Foreign Bouils 

oafto * waata i i s k i . lae.) 

Mow Talk 

Aaatralta oa. IMl N.1i 

Aaatrta 1% 



IMX ..............*• 

..•..••.•.*..*... 
•..........••*.«. 



prerloiM market days. Black cur- 
nata and diHtloo alio wora voU 



Ttmb meata, bietadlaf aiooly- 
resaed kakv bwBki. mtn aka on 



It 1%. 1041 



Piench 1%«. 1641 
Oerman Oairtniatai 
Japan 6%«, 1004 . 

Mlnas Oaraoa 4%%. ION 

Norway 6%. 1044 

Quaonaland O'V INI 
Berne 6>> -. . 1663 . . . 

6%«. lOM .. 



aaoaoaeao*' 



M.M 

mm 

tlM 
MM 
IHM 

, OIMI 

17 35 
98 00 

IM.W 
M.M 

l«J» 



Fly Trap^ Finneoan. tmk Worlp's Worst Cadpy 



New Ymrk Cvrli 



•saaoaoaaaa 'B 
•••*aa«*»«a«s 



Bid 



M% 04% 04 ». 
M% m% MS 



BAR GOLD AT LONDON 



MOimtBAL, June • (OP). — Bar 
gold In London, today was np te 

!to $34fl0 an ounce in Canadian 

way Japan hayfands: 1378 i4d in B'*?'..'h runds, 
fixed iZb Wash: - .n pricr 
lo 114.74 in Canadian 



Asna. Alaailnmn ■... ..««»«»«.».««».« 
Ann. Oas ft KlaalrtO •..•....•<•.... 

Amn Cranamld 

Amn. auper Power 

Aaad Oaa Si Bioctrle .^-^^ 

BraatM aa 

Gitiaa Barvlaa ,..•«■ 

Btactrtc Bend 

Pard 

^d af Bnaund... 

n. Walkor 

OtsU OU 

Kiuabia OU 

I Tntl. Peta •••/...«........... 

Imperial Oil 
Niasara Ru 

Now moat 

Staadara 00 Sf 
Standard 03 al 
Swirt 

tJntted Pa mi Ssr i 

Ualtad Oaa 

T>ek Rufhoa .. 



.................... 

..........».*•.....* 



According to the 
tot It figured out. she is going to ^ The 
have peaao tl abo boa ta llcfc Baaslt amaunlod 
to get li i'^'^ 



aaoaoaaaooao 



Clooo 
10 
M% 
10% 
3% 

oa 

AH 

15% 
31% 
S>4 
36% 

m 

41% 
36% 
16% 

6% 
61% 
81% 
I6«4 
17 

6% 

3% 

1 

n% 



Mvta\ Markets 

NKW YOaS. June » ' \Pk— Met- 





1^:, ». ■ /S «. 



J. 



24 



THR DATLY COLONIST. VTCTORTA. B.C. SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 19W 



Business and Professional Directory, Want Ads 



WAjrr 



COMING EVENTS 

(COOUDMdt 



SATM Vox cijKHHirit' I > OH 

APVKRTIBEMKM8 
Ob* and ent-balt rr: •» • woti Mrn | 
!n»«rUon. nln« canla • woid » wllt> ^ 

> II ii.iiuum ol i«o vords: c»«h •*<•?. 
Mo t -Ivritiicmrnl avcapUd for IM* tliaa 
twnilr flv* c«nl» 



McMOMuirs — ou>-Tiia 



tnr'i OtrtlMtr*. M«- 



Umtli MMl ruMtal Notlcei. I> M>. (irtt 
U4* tar Mab •441Uoa«a maar- 
al Tkanka and la 
Wattaaa. II M par 

•irth lloU 



Husii rta ai protrisiooat Oarda al Ija 
|lne» (Jt under. II &0 p«r oMath AMI' 
Uon>i «i»»c» «t II J^ p«r 111 I par BiaatB 



>AHTiaDI OOOKT WRVr, MCWDAT. 
*'*^diilMliin' ttt *' " * ' ******* 

1»YTHIAN MIHTKHH IHI AND TntPLB. 
Nil « 'vri> uiiil i.'..rd Tuaa- 

dav All iiii'aibrift I^^u^^lt■*J i" all^nd 

1 TNIJEK THB^iuBPlCKB^OK h I J<J)IN H 



U HITUATIONS WANTBI>— 
FEMALS 

(Continued* 



WORK BT aOOR OS 



BOMB 



J^IALTn CKNTRE I'KIVAIi; HOSPITAL. 



W A., 



aardaa »*rU 
Mto af 

th«> horn* of Dr Price, lift 
■tirri on V^^l1tlr^<1»> ISIli 



wuii bonM 



IS WANTEI>— MALE HELP 

IJOYSI FRU BASCBALL MITTS. BATS. 

K .-abMla. aw. ^ « 



Pamkartmt BulMlM. 



AdvarUaara wbo dailra mat bava ravltas 
g^lMMi I* a tool at Tba OolonUl and 
larwa t da d »• thatr prlvaU addraM A 
ahirt* of f»n f»ot> U m»rt» for onalUna 
repUea. In Ki.n ram. » 1.1 three word* 
"Boi Colonist I to u.» count (o> the 

BMhar af •ordi booka and be lenerally uaeful 

aaiaar al woroi ^\^om\A be able to cook, nr BtaU attaM- 

Out-of-town readera of our adverllae- ncalJons. rrlrrrncrs and aalary re^ulrad 



/ COUPLE POH HI f OOUimtT HOTBX. 
* and utor*. Man mnet be abla to kaap 



mftaa aak adeartlaara to clva addraaa aa 

•rii aa phone nombar*. aa It *« •?Li^*?J^ 
yeaatbla to caauBoalaala 



tor rabau on account ol 
•aataaiona muat o* made vitbla 
ShT data IraA tba daU of the aama. 

y^-^ vUl attX be aUowed 



The rnlonlit will not ba reiponaJbl* for 
mora th»n on. i: rir.i tnaertlon Of any 
kdverUaemanl ordered (or mora than one 

laeua - 

""xha Ooloniat aarvica U afaU abla aear y 
day lro« • a m *• t» 
Sunday Juat caU Bmplra «1M 



To Iniure Innerlloo. Oil 
reach The Colonial before 10 
day pre»loua to publication 

~ naiilflrt "** TtM Sunday 
«m M ti 

«M» - 



ktW- 



•3 

n 



t^gHttf I" Rant 
Aaiassv tot Sale .«.••••••• 

Aeraada Wanted 
Autoa for Hlra 

AutomobUa* 

■trtha 

Bleyelaa and MotorcycUa 

Boata and Launebaa 
Bulldlna Uaurlal ...••••••••e»»»»"» 

Bualneaa Director? ?t 
BMalliaai Opi>ortanlllad •••••••••••••• 

(jarda ol Thanka ,.••»•••••••••• 

Otaurcta Botica* 

Ototbiaa, Mra. Sboaa^ .«**eaM**i ao" 

Oomlna Brant- • «•••••••••• 

Oonclna 

Deatba •••••«••••••••••••••••**** 

Dreaamaklna 

Bdueatlonal .•.••••••■•eeaeecM 

tot Bant „,,.....••••• 



I 

. tn 

, 40A 



rahu Wantad : uv-; m 

Plata and Apartmen". to •* 

Plau and Apartmentt WasAM 

por Bale— MlacaUaaaoua 

rumlture 

pi|i^ •^'^ 

Funeral Ulreclora 

Piirnlahed Hdttaea for ■•■» Jja 

Purnlabed Rooma for MM 

Purnlahed RoosM W—jjU.!* 
Halrdreaaera aa4 MSSlP »aaJaUJU..«A 

Halla to Rent • ••••• 

Hotela 

Uouackaaplna ROOM lo •••••••• 

Houaakaeplns BMW WSSMS •••••••• 

Boiiaaa for Sale 

In klemorlam •••••••• 

Lodiea and Soelatiaa •••••••• 

Loot and Pvuad 

»«»•••••••••••••••••• 

•••••••••••••■••••••*■ 

iia ....••«•••••••••••«***** 

Is Loan •••••••••••••••>•• 

JWork* 

%$XU/i% A •••••»••«••••■ 

Mualcal tnatrtimenta •• •• 

Nuraery Block. Planta. Bta 
Mtttalna and OeavalaaoaBl Baaaa.... 

•0 

•I 

43 

• •••••••••• AOP 

and Board •• *' 

Room and Board Wantad •* 

SUuatlona Wanted— Pemal* 'a 

Bltuattona Wanted— Mala ••• 

■tovaa. Banie*. Puraaaaa ... 

duuaar Re aorta 

Tearhera Wanted 

•••««••■•*■ 
.••««•••••• 

.••«•..*.• 



trty for Bala 

f W Sarty Wanted 

VMltry and Uveatock 



M 

fx 
n 
f 

6 

n 

M 

w 

• 

vt 
n 
• 

14 
«0B 

40H 

M 
11 

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1 1.1, f'olonisl 

KMVUIY boY 1X)H poi'l.IltY FARM, 
Hoj 1»«. Color. I'l 

B^XPEKIENCKD COOK POB CAPS. OIVK 
i refrrencea. a«e, aalary 
C P Turpln wrtle aaaln. ] 



Raval oak. Rraifat waU eaulppad 

I « 

Oal 



eaUa M. 



HOMB OOMfC K T B VOK Tn AOS) OR 
rhronle invalid Tenna reaeooabl*. 
1114 Pandora Avenue Phoi\f O 7411. 



21 

A 

uacd many 



PEUhUNAL 

wltiamxna obtiob 

■•lyUBrda" waa aaaa w a nt y 
•■o. Little. ato« to o»ar 



WlU 
tat. 



(^MALL PURMISHBD SUITB. PRIVATB 
f> bath. heat. etc. II month, and a few 



houra acrvicea at aood aaspaatar. 

Coionlat 



•1. 



ate. but vary MMrate our Oraal Creator 
implanted a Mmllar balance In man (aotne 
call It wladom: other> .nil ii inrlku.' ' 
to allow humanity lo Knti. k..<x1 i 
avU. faith aaalnat doubt. o>Jtiiiii.^rii BNnui .i 
paaatmlMI, aucceaa aralnat fatlurr. health 
aaalnat alckneaa. and ao on Are you 
ualni It or Juat blindly ptoSdint anf Call 
dally at our atore ail4 ttt* ywr VtlCMM 
device tn pickini oat froaa oor avatlty 
fooda the kind you need to build and 
aatlafy your ayatrm Our foods arc aood 
Oolden I.oaf Bakery. 711 Port Klreet 

Dfcl U IDL'.H I I NCHEON OH DINNER 
Balmou,. new peaa, new polatoea. 



SALESMAN— BnMOV 
future. Ap«i^ M». 
aon'a Electrical. _ 

\\7ANTEI>— MAN FOB DAIRY; MUST BB 
VV aUa to milk: no other need apply. 
UM UeNair Street 

CZPCBISNOBD SALCSMAM 

Apply 



YyrANTED 



to aell el 

751 Yates Bt 

VoUNd MAN POR KARM 
help, weertlna and haylna A. Jeune. 
Baanlrhlon Phone Keatlna 38X 



^^AMTEU 



w 



ANTXI>-TURBC GOOD CARPENTERS 

acaa; mlabt 



lat 



for AllAWUABAI 

MBlTMt. Wm M. <Maalat 



nmiTMENT 



/-I GOD BAKBR WANTED UP ISLJ^ND. 
\t atari bualneaa. town no oppoaltlon: 
real opportunity, will aanlit bnlldini. Bo« 
144. Colonltt 



WANTBD— MAN WITH CAR. TO MAKE 
and aaB patantable device over laland. 
Pamanaat aselualve territory: two hun- 
dred dellara required Por demonalratlon 
addreaa Box 84. Colonial 



14 WANTED— rDfALB 



AOnCL W90 WOULD LIKE TO LXARN 
halftfiMiliSs~ Ap appaaivBtty to oat 

eatabliahed la ataady amploymant wlth^ 
natloMl^pypjMUw^^ Apply R' 



wAirrap AT 



Q.IT A TRAIKIHO YOD CAN DSB ALL 



your life. Succeaaful operatora trained 
at tba oldeat halrdreaalnc acliool In thia 
city. Victoria Hatrdraaalna College. Wool- 
worth BldSa PMBty of practical eiperl- 
aitea that meana aucce«a to you. Note 
S4dreaa Woolworth Bldg. 

PERMANENTS I J 7S 

Hair cut. l&c; marcel. 15c; ahampoo. 25c. 
flnaer wave (wet) ISc (dry) 3&c; faclala. 
manlcurea. acalp treatmenta, etc Room 
U4. Woolworth Blda.. ovar l(a Stora. 



RK 
Box 



I J 75 



Qua TO 



afid cara of chlldraa: 
lU. Colonial. 



■ooMjroj 



17 



MOTHERS HBI.P. EXPERIENCED WITH 
children, all In family. Reply Box 
152. Colonist, alatlna a»e and waaea ex- 
perlert 

rVAMTBD^IRL FOB OAK BAY; TWO 

_____________ _ 

00 ^irnu worn roam bparb 

ima. ran partlevlart, Bas Mil 

ColonlaL 



d»«>/| 00 
'lP»>" 111 



Double Service in 
Want Ads 



You can telcplione >iiur an 
•Wcrs at uell as your cla^.bi: r.l 
advrrtisenienis to I lie C'o'uniit. 
Reader* are often iiitcirsteil m 
Want Advcrtiacmcnts thai do 
not carry the names ot ad- 
drcMcf of advertiaera. but a 
Colonist box number. Por tht 
accommodation dt thest rtadcra 
who find it inconvsaleat to write 
an anawer. and to tcnrt the ad- 
vertiser better, wt will Uke 
rri.li.s to Coa W— ihWB •vcr 
the tclepliDiie. 

The Colonist service la avail- 
able from 9 A.nL to lU p.m^ ca> 
cepttn. S«Biajra.*PlMM BaipirB 
4114 



BUSINK^^OIUCTOBT 



coi.woor) piR MILL- 



CDRU 
»o<>d tilu. « Ia>* St (. u 



M FOB SAUL— MUkCKLLANKUlbiU FOULT&X AND UVIWTOCiL 



34 PROFESSION.M. DIRECTOBT 



A 



ariaiaaa Mfilay aaaaa. Fraali talmon daUy. 
Aakaya fSii Matitat. «4 Tataa. OTioi. 



PRurrs 

Wa apaclaliaa In fancy 
baaketa af fruit and dainty confecUona 
UlleTt. I40» Doutlaa. E5.->il 

PntMANENT BY BERT WAUDE HAIR- 
dreaalnc Reallatlc Method azcJu- 
15 709 Fori Street E 4033 

A TREAT AT LJ I'I LF ( O.H I A WAITB 
your railing at (he Cieain Puff 
Bakery. 840 Yatea Blreet. 

LARGE 8CI.ECTION OK llANlJBAciS. 



j^VOOAOOBB AMD ALL 



A 

alvaly 



ALARC 
II up 

taae. McMartm s. 716 VHtr^ 



ATTENTION I — CREPE DE CHINE 
blouaaa and allpa. apeclal II aa Mae 
Meiihan. Coraata, 71* Yataa Straat. 



ALL ABOtrr TOtntSBLTI Totm 
lama tAlTedl TypaS akatak and raad- 
Ina ISe Mma Mobiut. Balaaartl Hotel 



AOIPTBD PSTCHOIOOBT. DAILY 1 
to 4. Boo« M. «M Fart BtraaL 

BUREAU C9 
Conanll " 

E 1650 



Burae 



BLACKSMITHINO AND F0RGIN08 OP 
aU ki nds Meaton a. 1407 B road E 7423 

r4HARrrABLY INCUNBD P B R 8 O N B 
V needlna palntlna. daeoratlu. pleaae 
phone H. D. Patleraon. B41M or BUM, 
and help unemployed MB With teatlly, 
unable to cat 01 



■DCCATiairBI* 

I Corii ' iiued > 



AVUTION 



X'^ANootrvBR ASBo TBoa.. nu and 

V Granville Only 



B C. Summer cuureaib 
tna, atarttnc ahortly. 



24 

A^ 



MUSIC 



Ti rilLX) 8 ITAUAN SCHOOL. BANJO, 
fultar, mandolin, danclna. 817 Fort. 

B a»ss. 

M. B. FOOT— VIOLIN. CEIXO. 
fia Oaok Btreat. E 4953. 



Are 



jjB tf ll WWMCy.^ VfOMB AMD nAMO 



o 7m 



imti Oak Bay Msdio. 



PLowaiQars - oottam. ma m pomm. 
kaaia aMMSlt llM Braad: B 4*4*. a — 



DANCINO 



/ ■(RYBTAt. OARDEN TtrRKIRH BATHS 
' I u_K H Waltuu pr of rftbioii ■ I utaAM ur 
Hour» 1U'« 1. ni and bf a pool ri liiicn l 
L«d> attendai.l Bui f l-^i'J i > ■■ 



ML «ITC)VLfl AND BAVGEK , L*^"'^ .SAIE — JBBB W_» J IIIMIIBI' Y 

u, 1^... , .. . ^ ... ' • ii • "h calf. A MB. OBtlltoa 

MoKKAl CABl^t^ tl-ft iHU KA.NUE j^^^ biramoerry Vale. 

Thia ratnae haa been util c»m1 fm , _ __ — __ — 

and la lo e>c*ll«nt condition lo Ur 'IMIRIE rRBBH 0OW8 POR SALB. 

rinred lor only I3^ o<) .Sec It al Ml Ki'HY^ I baavy milkara; a>a a a law faally aowa. 

' - - - II1M7. 



El EC TRIC CO 



I.I :i 



.Sec It al Ml KI'H Y | 
7J1 Yates Hi 



U FLATH A.NU APAKTMBNTf 

TO RENT 
(Ooatiaaod) 




RAUOATE SWCUiaU MABSEUH. 



O LpwoPbaif. 

pMai atm 



paraiQMjra 



ARCADIAN MAIXEABLB RANQE. WI IH 
vatartroot Tborouahly raeaodniuneu -~ 
Delivered Bpacial. 135 Hatt a Hard»»>r 1 ^(JSTOM 

HARQAINSIN NEW ANDUbLI) HA.Nt.hJ5 
lurnaoaa. bollera We recair and lu 
ataU SoMkalL Ml Fort Street 



r\R. VBBMON B TATLOS. BBOIB- 
I 'Jara^ and Iteeoaed. 4e4-7-< Balmt.nl 
Bslwas Man. 



E mpire 7823 



OBnorcoio MAaaauR 

^TIPF JOINTS, poor AND LEO ACIOS 

^ rrlirved by manipulative 
Puin'.CNi. iiiriix nMve lieatmrni by 
Fraaar. 10« Biubart Blda E t>43 



TLRKiaa BATBS 




massagf: utNcriT 
vatabi B vas 
90 



MllCBLLANBOtTB 



ummcd. etc. 
Al 



KINI>» ^ 
Phone W 



;!.H) 8KT. 
Amery Iftf^ 



13 TO BBNT— MUCmLAIIBOIIS 

TORE WITH GOOD LtVIRO^ OTAR- 
a avail! 

Colonist, 



letting Box »ie4. 



IS WANTED TO KENT— 
MISCBLLANBOUt 

rtTANTKO TO RENT— RB8TAURANT OR 
VV other bualneaa In Bummer reaort on 
Vancouver laland Hlaheat roferenaaa 
Mrs Squire. (33 Oovernmenl Straat 




BALLET. ACROBATIC. TAP AMD HIOH- 
land dancing. VIoM WlW l ii r BtadlO. 

11.2 Oovernmenl Straat 

1' "FLORENCE CLOUGH DANCE ACADEMY 
All branches dancing tauihl £ 3778 



r^HARM OP CANADA POtTNDATION 
' ' tarmenta Fitting salon, aa always. 
813 Beverley Hold. 724 Yatea Straat Mra 
Doble. eorsellere G 1533 



SUNDAY LUNCHECjN OR 

dlnnar la otttlmea a weary Job— vary 
lha routine by iMivlaf BaaSap Mala with 
ua. Martalr Cafb. lift Broa4 St.. al Pert. 



QOOKINO 



CIAMPINO OUTPrrS; TENTS AT LOW- 
J eat prioaa. Army Supply Storaa, 1106 
Oov emmaat. 

HA RIB VOUNDATION OABMBNT8. 



c 



Made In Canada, ntuaa aalon. 
Madama Watta. ail^Wt St Bifll 



QOTTAOB 



Road. 

Salurdayg. 

I lAR KEYH 
I cut 



TBA 



WflBTINQ 

Nadlnc. 



ALL. KINDS, CAREFULLY 
4713. 



Waller Key Shop. 

M (J T O R I N O 

I.-^XPERIXNCKO lady driver, aolna Kam- 
i loopa, Vernon, etc., larca car, for 
short vlalt, would take one or two ladlea, 
very reaaonably. any deatlnatlOB. Box 1*4, 
Colonial. 



16 



AGENTS WANTED 



INEXPERIENCED ORADDATE NURBE. 
U thirty-two. desires po.nltlon. children > 
nurae. care of Invalid, good dlctltlon. ref- 
en-nrrv Ilox 42. Colonlsl 

I'.^NQLISU COUMTRYSIDB LUNCHES. 
J teaa. auppari: apan air ar eharmina 
t>avnion. HaaaaUrlay Lakaattfa. Blk Lake. 
Tohy Jus Cafa. Riana CoUolta IRQ. 



41 
IS 

, Timber J* 

To Bscbanae— Real EataU JJ 

1^ Raat— MMoaUaaaoua ............ aa 

itaMralabaS BMBaa to Rent .« MB 

Unfumlabad Rooaaa WkwUd »ob 

Waniad— Female BalP }J 

Wantad Mala Balp 

WaataS— Miaualiaaaaoa *> 

Wantad la Borrow " 

Wanted to Buy— Mouaaa y r-^; .21 
Wanted to RaDi— Houaea. Onfurnlahad »7B 
Wantad to B a M>»->il a caUanaoua n 

aaaSaaaaeaaaa 



40L A OKNT8 - Wl ARB INTRODUCING 

.....*... /\ foat-aalMna propoaltion Every 

card player your euatomar. Local dealers 
wantad AUlad Salaa Co.. 14S Sydney. 
Winnlpao. 



•BV MOBSIN 
Ay 



Muna 

..woo... At his home. 1503 Rockland 
Lyanue. Colonel Borge de Moaain. aged 
■Isty-two yeara. on June 9. deeply 
raarctted by a wide circle of friends 
Tha funeral aarvica will b« held at Hay- 
ward'a B C. Punaral Chapal. 734 Brougiuon 
Street, at 1 P-m. on Monday, June H. and 
rntaraeAi wlU take, Pl aaa _»t .the Boy.i 
oak Bartal Paefe. Mm iiB Ma i H B tt tha 
sarvlee. " 

WAUCBR— On J'huraday. June 7. at Thetis 
Lake, Eric Henry Jamaa Walker, aaed 
thirty yeara, aon of ,"•♦„*»••">»"' 
mnnd and Lady BmUy Walker, of 44S 
Admlrala Road. Esquimau. He waa born 
In Bnaland and had been a realdent at 
tbU province for tha past twenty-two 
yeara. and la mourned by hi* parents 
and two brotbera and one f «ter 
The remalna are reatlna^at McCall Broa. 
Kuiierai Home and will be taken to tha 
lamlly residence on Sunday mornlns, from 
where the cortege will proceed at 11:46 to 
St Mary s cinir. h, Metchoaln. Where 
aeivlce will be held at 12 JO oclock. Rev. 
H M. Bollon as.Msted by Rev O L. JuU. 
Will conduct the service, nfter which Inter- 
ment Will be m.ide In (he cluirrhyard. 



^ WANTED 

ately. Rawieigh Co 
Wlnnii.'w 



af EN 

ivi routes In Victoria 



rOR RAWLE1GH 

Write Immedl- 
Depl CN-137-SB. 



MAKE - SELL YOOB OWN GOODS! 
Formula catalassa tree. 



106 



Parkrldte. Illlnola. 

ViTICK - ON - WINDOW SIGN LETTERS. 
^ 500'e profit. Free aamples Metallic 
Company. 436 North Clark. Chicago 



11 UTUATlONt WANTBD- 
WUtM 

^'X^GREOG - MOUSE WINDOWS 
cleaned, outside 6c each G 5033 

BOOKKEEPER WANTH WORK BY THE 
hour, day or i-ionih Terma mod- 
erate Phone !;43I7 

I»ooki:fh'kh wanth empix^vment. 
> fi.ll [.r part time, Hox PB'.l. C.jlool.sl^ 

'l.-<XPERIENCBD MALB NURSB. BBFER- 

i J tact: open for enaaciaiialat none 

E 1843. 9 am to 4:10 p.m. 

AN A.M) wife WANT POSmONS— 
Man butler or aardeneri wlfa cook 
ri esperleaoed. Box 13. 



ECZEMA. ITCB. ratPLBB, PILB8. TRY 
Oeorse Lao's Cailnese remedy, ass cor- 
moeaat. SpaMefa. Vndaen'a Bay, owI'b. 



FREE ADVICB ON ALL SCALP AND 
bair troublea, at the Harper Method 
Shop. 1307 Doutlaa 81 E 4938 

1/LANNKL PANTS. 13 95. YOUNG MEN S 
models Prilchard s. 1337-1229 Gov t fll 

(1 OOD COUNTRY HOME. LITTLE CHIl^ 
r dren. Biinimer holidays reasonable 
Box Colonist. 

IADY OWNING COMPORTABLE~BKDAM 
J WlU take ladlea drivlna, alwppliw. 
bridaa or tea partlea. Boa 117. OMonlat. 

AOAMB OOLLBTT, OIPrBb IMTUI- 
tlve reader 716 Courtney Bt. B 4193. 

UR FREAK CAKES FINDING FAVOR. 
M.ide nlth fresh oranges, datea. reta- 
ins, nut. Jm- Gordon Howard E 1488. 



DKESSMAKINO 



DRESSMAKING AHD PLAIN BBWINO. 
3&c hour and car fare. 0 3647. 



IX) 8y AMP fOP HP 
y OST BRowM lOUXTAni 



uis on goM feaad: yalaad as keep- 
sake E 0949 

ROW BOAT. 

Pleaae phone McMorran'a. Colqulla 



L 



08T — TWELVE - FOOT 
raae pi 

Reward 



TOST. THCHSPAY NIOHT, NAVT BLUE 
J purse, bueUs SB IMBI. Baward. 

Phone E 1640. 



TRAY ED. PROM 1730 DENMAN ST.. 
^ June 4. wire-halrcd foia terrier, male: 
wJiite. with black marklna. Reward 

Phone E.'iOlS 



black 

THE LADY SEEN TAKING 



U'ILL THE LADY BEEN TAKING 
pjrse. a pair of alovca and two p 
cela from Woolworth'a counter, Saturday 
afternoon, kindly sand the slaasee tn the 
purse to 3830 Roaeberry Ave., at tliey are 

iirsenlly needed' 



31 



MONEY TO LOAN 



Wa 



. HAVE THE FOLLOWING BUM8 

. . available for first mortaasa loana at 
current raU o} Inlareat: IMO. 4400, 1600, 
»7.-io. ii.ooof ILM* aad.lLIM.^ 9. R 
Brown A Sont. Ud-t ItU • B T Sai Street. 

Phone O 7171. 



33 WANTBD TO BOBBOW 

IOAN WANTBD TO BUILD OOTTAOE 
J on revenue-produclnc property. Repay 
by monthly payments Bok 19, Ooloniat. 



13 BUSDfBSt PmBCTOW 



rVNEEAL DIRKCTORS 

8 J CURDY & SON 

Funeral Dlrectort 
Oar Quadra and Brouihton StracU 
Phone O 6613 



raOMSON FUITERAL HOMB 
Lady AMandant Peraonal AtUntion 
183.') Quadra Street 
Phone G 3812. Night or Day 

SANDS MORTUARY, LTD. 

Dtatinctlva Funeral Service In Oat New 
Martuary at ModaraM Coat. Bxperteaeed 
Lady Attendant 
B74U. OtSM 1401 Quadra St 



QABrmB pVMBBAIi j^i 



Dtaalflad Seevlae 
tau <auaOra street 



MaaaaaabW Otwieea 
Phone Bmpire 4434 



BAVWAMDB BC. FUNERAL OO.. LTD 
Established 1887 
734 Broughton Stree*. Victoria. B C 
Pbooaa: Empire 3(114. Garden 78*1 
U srdrn .'(182. B 



McCAU. BROS 
•The Floral Funeral Home- 
Office and Chapel. Cor Jnhni-cn and 
Vancouver Streets 
(hone G arden 3013 



FLOWBBS 



BALI.ANTYNB BBOBm LIMITED 
Fort Street Phone O 1431 

Wa Telegrsph nn«rr» 

ovt FLowsaa and DSSiaNa 



ANT PLORAL DBBiaRB at lowaat pricea 
PeUack Br ae.. Pandora Mkt £1463 

nBOWM^ vioTORiA~innisBRii8.~su 

A# View Oealcn work executed loweat 
fStoea. Wa erow our flowera O 8813. G3&2I 

/^IVSTANCB riJOUM CO." 843 YATES 
\j O Mis. Attractive dcs ana a apeclalty 

WjidnOMOS jTBOltsTPLOIIISTS. sis 
. rtri Out flowers, daaleiia, B4741 

A A WOODWARD • SONS LTIX 
— Batabhabed ISSl- 
la — Bouaueta — Flowera 
Anywhara. Anytime 

o tai4 Niahv o am 



T 

u 

CrttwMiT MoihnnDrrAL WORKS LTD 
r> Take N» • ear u workA ttoi May 



■OiHIMBWTAL teOBKl 

ORTBBBR'S BTOMB WOltXB. CORNER 
Oone Rd and Ooear n m a nt Bsui 



C1INOLB MAM..iOBTT. DBSmBS WOlUC. 
^ Third-elaas a— tB s ar . ar aRyttOaa. Bea 



51. Colonial. 

U~~r6bnti oarpbntbrino. kalbomi- 
la Ins. palnuna Low charvaa B4370 



^jyoia OM, oRimBB emplotmbnt 



oftlee. 174 Jehneoa Street 



\rot7NO MAN OP OOOD CBARACTBR 
1 ne-ris employment Mae jMMH oaUy In- 
clined and excellent driver. WIS gS any- 
where Box 82. Colonial 



'GUNG MAN. TWEN7Y EIGHT. MAR- 
rtad, ursently requirea posit:on Ware- 
lM«se> 9^laaaad aallliw experience : excal 
ifareaaas. 



Y 

bat.,-, 
leal rei 



Boa •944, Colonial. 



I7A 



riOT-IUTB PRIOaS ON PAPBRBAMO- 
Vy ina and palntlna. O MTL 



FIRST •CLASS PAIMTBB. 
and Uie anlekeM. M M *« day ai 

contract^ Phone B^779. 

P~ APtRUANOINd PAINTING. KALBO 
alBlaa: eaperleneed Phone o 8837 



PAUmMO AMD rArBBBANOINO LOW 
prlcaa Watk aaaraataed B4Si3 



oKBnnMa mbw— kalsomimino. try 



Btel. 



wall nalsh. 0 4741 



»Q— LAROB BOOM. WASRABLB KAL80- 
■lr>) mine and laboe. Archer, O 3338 



Papering. 



I7C CARPBNTBBS ARB <MM«TRA0TOBa 



UEUABLB CARPBNTBB WANTS WORK, 
day or contract: repairs. O 4144 



\ LTERA' 
* a creta 

G 335S 



CON- 
0 7441. 



1^^ (W»4 O — Al WOODWORK. CKMENT- 
^ ."'rri^ work, brickwork, palntlna 



lowest priees 



NEW HOUSES, ALTBRATIONS. RE 
paira. earpaaiaetaa,„ano|. ft*' 



urine: ptaaa. i. Palratt. 



41. 



GARDBHDfa, BT 
cbaraes reaaonable. 



HOUR OR 

Basis. 



DAT; 



runmNo 



PLUMBrn t!s NOW 

aai. .I.- Ptj.uie 



M HffOATIONs WAN 

FEMALE 



/ COMPANION OR 
^ Phone O 8397 



DOMESTIC HELP 



INEXPERIENCED OIRL. HOUSEWORK 
4y and care for children reference 

niaae Bt79t 



Strr. 

r- 

10 



PhaaoOMU 

< OMINO KVBNTB 



AT B4MSISHI 11 LAKBSmt" BVBRT 
•atarday alakU danelaa to sm Baia a 
arehesira: • ta II. 



I 1 . . 1^1 _ PRANK ROBBRTS WILL 
^ . I . ronllBM hli lectare on 



"Dialne lerl Materlallam. on Monday, 
dana ti. •« a p en at 714 Fnrt Wir-el 



1/XPrRtENCBD OIBfe I WMWA . BOOK- 

aad isMas aaaatatataata. 

Phone r 3847 " 

I ' IRL. EI<)HTBBN.~ABiiaTnBR a HELP. 

' ' or mind children day m nithi aleep 
out preferred r. 1«4\ 

HOUSBKEBPINO OR UCNERAl. HELP 
Capable and ralMte: good refer 
cHy ae eaaalry. Baa iio. Colonial 




OAPABLB OP 
Oaad rati 



NORBBRT 
_ tafciae fall ahaiaa 
Boa SSH. O^lat. 

UROBNTf Y RFQtTIREn WORK BT 
day Woiiiri keep hoii.e for wldoarar 
nr Mrhelnr rapable E ao«4 



HARP TIME*- 



fUJJ ■ TTMR 



ll'IlX COOK IMNNtRC. nERV \>'n 

if * I * *eel> ap, ll.aa; tUa^betp ^eMrally 



PREMIER VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE 
and repairs J W Hlgham G 355a 

SPECIAL PTtESH BI^JNGE LAYERS FOR 
ahortcake. 3 for l.'Sc Morrlneton'a 
Bakery. 1039 Cook Bl G 3041. 



StnrS f«OM MMA MUUIB TO MBA8- 
are Ntawal SMaa BaakBh 1M Pan- 
dora 



8PIRKLLA POUNDATIpM 
OBIaa. MS SlsSai4 ML 



aaa4a. 



■WORDS IN INK MAKB PBOPLB THINK" 
mBB PRINTED WORD IS THE BEST 

± way to determine 
your endeavor. Lai aa 
baadla your 



the 



aucceaa of 
printer 



TBI edtORIBT 

1311 Broad St P^ione O 5241 

PrlallBSs UtboaraplUaa. Bookbladina 



mBB MILTON CO, 1444 OAK BAY AVE 

X — "PrlntaUa" baaab 



tl.as. Crepe tllk heee. 41. 



tl. II 60. 



WANTBD. TO OONPBR WITK 80MK 
party dealrinc to exchanae uaa of 
houae in Victoria for use of larte new 
bouae m claremont Southern California, 
taburb of Loa Antelea. for alt or part of 
eoaUsa SHauaer. Write Mis« K. McLaren. 
M Laaaa Aeanua, Victoria. 



WANTBD— BUSINESS OIRL OR BOMB- 
one who wlU ahare expenaea of lovely 
cottaie. Foul Bay Beach, that can Uve In 
thia niontb; axpenaet avaraae approxi- 
mately in per mont h. Bo a M, Colon' -.1. 

\\TATER DIVINER — OSINO ENGLISH 
VV method Every location suaranteed 
lo be on crown of aprlna. O. A. DOWnrj. 
R M D Sidney Postofflce. 



V'OOL CREPE THREE-PIECE KNITTED 
aulla. lo\ely Summer Shades Gor- 
don Ellla. Ltd . 1107 Government Street 



\1VILL BOARD ONE OR TWO CHIL- 
VV dren; aood home, reaaonable. E 0748 



OUNG MAN WISHES TRANSPORTA- 

Capable driver Will 
Apnlv H..X »J < olonlht 



own expenses 



2IA HAIRDRFSSERS ANf. 
BBAUTY SPECIALISTS 

OOMBOTAtTOir^^^ OIL WAVE, 
latest ahockproAf machine, SI. Marie 
Frankllnt, 600 Beverley^ BuUdlaa. _B «114 

BOBXTTB SALON ALL OVER CURL 
permanenU. II 30 1308 Doutlaa G SSS3. 

~ AiRDRBSsmo nTrooR home, kx- 



H 



perlenoed operalar B mpire 7603 



LA PRANOB BBAUTY PARLOR. FOR- 
merly llM Beaulmalt Road, la now ir> 
tea Street (third floor 



^w STeerrflal. 'pSne*O^JS?'*_^' 

rADIBBI WB ^FPBR Yob "the NBW 
J Croqulenole maroel wave at reenlar 
marcel price A raealallaa la Bareei 
waving Ti e r hattea'B Bsaalp wlsa, 144 

Woolworth Blda 

MAI80N TYRREIJ. PARI/)RB. FOURTH 
Floor. Spencer'a No appointment 
ipa tl ala beiweea s and IS am. dally: 
Biampeo and flnter wave, 7Sc: ahampoo 
and marcel. 75c: finger wave oe maecoL 
50c Permanent, f'om 14 00 

OUR FRES TEST CITRL GIVEN BEPORB 
your permanent aaapraa yea tatufac- 



tlen. Ivy'a 



luty Nook. 714 View B6116 



• I »Te - PBRMANENT WAVE - II 'I 
vl. . I iy fShampoo and Finger Wave In. 
clu(*ed) Ralrcrit I5c Ma real . }oc 

Finner Wave 2Jc Shampoo 25c 

8h»rrrK<o and Flnaer Wave eoc 

o r.]34 Room soa. 1104 Dooalaa 

• 1 ttW ~M 44l •AM~PBRMANBirrs! 

• y^ "* ^ Bsaaip Shop, isoe sa- 
aalaMN BA o MsCOMB evsalaaa. 



Al'TO GLASS 

[>Fri.ArrMF:NT.S WHILE YOD WAIT 
V Mriu.u CROS . LTD- 419 Broaabton 



CAEFE.VTras 



NYTHINO IM BUILDIMO OA RBPAIRA 



E4436. 



Roofias a 



t. TBMaiL 



STATWNBBr 



I)RIVATE STAriONERY EMBOSSED IN 
any daaltn or color The Colonial 
Prlntlna Dept., O arden 4341 



FLOOR srRFACINO 

Vr HARDWOOD FIX50R CO. 
Johnson, reduced pricea G 7314 



707 



ESTXRN FLOOR. 464 OOROB ROAD. 



WESTXRl 
Old or 



aav (laara Bl 



GOLD 



l»RJCE8 HIGHER THAN BVBR— STOD- 

1. dan. the lawelars dH fWI St.. near 

Government Street. 



INiVBAMCB 



-rrURB. Airro. mSDRAMOB - 8BB LBB. 
r Prater A Oa. LUU UM Broad St 



LAWN MOWBBS 



4T PEDEN BROS. 1410 DOUGLAS. 
..\ (i:i911, lawn mowers sharpened. Free 
delin rv hotti ways. II 00 

SHARPEN YOUR OWN LAWNMOWEH 
by ilmple paunt attachment, 13; all 
tiaea. Phone E 93U and G 3686 



c 



iLSJMi SfKUCa AND OBDAR 
pricea Dalxlei Box Co Q 1433 



LOW 



'lANADIAN Wealern Woodworkera Saahea. 
■ lo rs and teneral nilllwork G 4013 

10UD CORRUGATED IRON. 3x3. 1x2. 
T 3xS, and heavy allU. Htreward Road, 
Oeorse Dodd, B 6171, 



LUMBER FOR EVERY PURPOSB - 
Lane alocks; loweat pricea. Wood- 
trained Gyproc. etc. The Moore- Whit Una - 
ton Liimber Co . Ltd omi or E3S11 

CEDAR HILL 
G 7058 

SASH AND DOORS. 
X 4. 110.00 and up: 1x8 T. and G . 
113 00 R. A Green Lumber Co G 7614 



DOORS. WINDOWS. ETC 
Road, near poalofflce. 

UMBER. LATH, 
i 3 : 



SIDNEY SPEEDY SERVICE 

PROBABLY you will need aoma lumber 
If you are doint any odd loiM around 
your hou.'e or garden You mltht only need 
a .'iniull quaniUy to repair a fence or aide- 
walk, maybe tome sarden atakaa. 
Wa alva IbaeaaM aarvlee aa a r daass terse 
smbW. Try aa 



O 3519 

X 



CO.. im. 

3114 Govt. 



SI 



SHINCIL.E8 



i>OW 



- XXX X 

Dalxlei Box Co.. David St. 
01433. 



PRICK.S 

Phone 



tSB CLOTHINfi. FURS. HBOE8, ETC. 

COAT: BXOBLLUIT 



IADIES TWEED 
J coiMUttSa: «:/.•' . , o 



ISO 



rORMTCBB 



A' 



NOTHBR BARGAIN IN A THREE- 

inece Chesterfield set. roomy, com- 
fortable and covered In hard-wearing rep. 
with tapestry cu.shinns An unbeatable 
value at $65 00 (I 1195 

ANEW. SIX-PIBCE. CRBAM-XNAMXLED 
kitebea set A haraala at llS.iM. 
Square Deal Pnraltara. TM rati SI. 



oven; Wilton rug. 9 x 12. ivory t>ed 
room suite, good condition. Call 3435 
Co'ilc RlH tt 

IIMMONS 4 8 WALNUT BED, '« PANEL 



ABAROAIM — 1349 
_ (ulU tor IM. 104 0 Pande ra. 

C'lHBSTBRPIELD SETS — PAOTORT TO 
J you. Great aavtnaa. Raeoverlaa. re- 
pairlns for leaa; aaarantaed. 714 Corno- 

ra nt. V lctaete UPbaGlery 0» 9"*'. 

jjX)R SAL* FAwcrrr imperial, high 

ro< 

Co 

Slumber Kina aprlns mattreaa. over 
7M colla. Simmons: coat 144. aell for 
140. Uke new. Pho ne B aiplre 9411 

Already wa have received several Ineulrlaa 
oC Mw ear aaltae are eanatruelad. 
TBBT ARB ALL WBB 

aaastruetlen outlasts three times the 
aedlnary constructed iu.tl^ 

Prices from 

The Houae ef Good Cheslerdelds 
MacKINNON * RAWUNSON 
754 Yates Street « 7834 

Oppoalu Ponlalaa Betel 



JOST BBLLINO 

"BETTER-CLASS" Used Furniture 



WILLOWS. 
7M Johaaon St. 



PLOWMAN CO. 

Ph. O 4434 



JUSTLY SELLING 



LITBOGRAFHINO 

LITHOGRAPHINO - LITHOORAPHINO. 
entravlns aad embossint. Nothlnt too 
larsa and nothlns too amalL Tear Station- 
ery la your advance asenu Tfep Oala ti lat 
Prlntlna A Publtahios Co.. LM> 



RTRBL 8BTMOUR. 107 CAMPBELL 
Bulldini. nouflas .qtreel Plione 
O arden 2535 
and teneral 



■VSMAL INB'IBUMBItVB 

IAROE CABINET PHONOGRAPH AND 
J records. 
Phone E 9738. 

A80N A RISCH PIANO. IN BEAUTI- 
ful walnut case. >13.'> Excellent i . ii 
ditlon and fully luaranleed Easy teimn 
arranted. Third Floor, Hudson a Bay 
Company. 

MANDOLIN AMD UKDUOiti BACH 
co...t tao 00, What sMsiat Osa. Olaa- 

shlel Hotel 
1 



T^'^AWOBTT "SHAMROCK ' RANGE WITH 
•*■ waterfront. A barialn at «25 Halt a 

Hardware. 

]»ANGE 
k diffe 
Kort 8t 



7U 



B.e. 



«^ IX -HOLS PAWCBTT ItAMDB. 

lop. waterfront, only |3S. aartera 
Stove Bto re. 833 Fort St. B Ult. 

a\HE MOST SATISFACTORY OIL BURN 
er for Dleacl fuel installed in your own 
ranae; eaay terma. B6112. rvenina, K oaaj. 



TRIUU 

niontht old: cheap. Pboaa B OOSS. 

I/UUR LABRADOR >UPPiEa 8 WEE1C8 

I old. ao<Kl i.aiii Hx 184. Colonist 

^OOO HOME WANTED FOR VERY 

araal pat. B 4M4, 

BoiBTWB aooirr amd bbaltham 

temeea tjHsStsa. RJL I. Royal 
Oak. Oalaalta 



BAtB. PHONB 



E 9801 



•aX HiaCBLLAMBOUP 

\LARM CLOCKS. SSe: FIKLD^LASSMsi 
14 76. prlamailc slaaaca, 133 60: 
ratchet lUhins reete^Me; lao-U aeriala. 

new 

H7I 



Mo; 3-ft ralM I4e: MlA labMb Ide 
Oaalop tires. Nei laaer tabes. Sie: eloeUla 



Hi: spsetaclea, aU 
Aaronaaa'a JM_Oovt St 

BARGAIN KELVINATOR~REFRIO- 



\BAR(i 
M.ilor 



Yukon model!, icgular 1339. 

to lies I il49 St-e the 19:<4 modela, IISS 

Hi.d ui. al Murphy Electric Co., Ltd.. 761 

Yule^ 



AB80I,in ELY RBl.lABLB - BOIUIEiX'S 
Engh^h white lead, white sttta and 

Calcutta lln^eed oil 1*ha Stan ' ~ ~ 

Ltd . 840 Fort Blreet. O 1914 

ENHANCE the" 



VWNINGS 
and charm of your honw 



BEAUTT 
. estimalae 

free P. Jeune A Bro , Lid , 570 Johnaon 
Blreet O 4«S3 

\N ENGLISH WHEEL CHAIR. WITH 
brakea; aelf operatint. 774 HIU St. 
B 6074 

NBW 'b^oVaL vacuum 

fbr 



VLMOST 
cleaner 
caah G 7014. 



A NCUOB BRAND' RUBBBBISBO 

M^swia^'iiL^^siir* 



BABY BDOOT. ORBAV WIOKBB, OOOD 
condlUon: •7.M._aiSta 

/ 1ASH R^ISTKftS. NE\V~AND~RniunX 
^ on easy terma Paper rolls, ink rib- 
bons and repair aervice. National Caah 
Ret later Company, 1431 ~ 

E0621. 



1 1ART POR SALB-Ooidib Atf MMt. SOIT- 
V abto for haullaa savdtul ae fire- 
wood 484 Gorge Road. 

/ 1HERRIE.S IT A.VD 4C LB PICK THEM 

* yourse.l. Verdicr r. , jrner Stelly. and 
Weat Road 

/^ALL US POir>REE~i9TIMATE8~ON 

* ' repairs to all makea of eleclrlo wath- 
era No oblltatlon Phone 0 7611 

SA LF. 
Phone 



\\ E8T HIOBUMD WIUTB TBRRIBR 

O 070. 



OATS 



GOOD 
utal male and fi 
lent aieaiars. B4474 



BBAU- 

eacal' 



ItRBTTT PKRSIAN KrtnVNS. 41. M 
each: I'urchrc.l home trained B 1001 



4tX 



MIHCELLANKUUH 



i;k>r salx-sbven acres wheat and 

vetch, alfo two acrea clover and vetch 



A. Harvey HIdney 



hay In ataek. 
earner Ore n villa. 



Phone No 8 



MALL PONY BOOOT POR SALB — 



wbaala. rubber Urea: aood aa aewt abeap. 
1119 OrllUa SUaet. 



POP 

deva and catH are used eferpvberc 
We have them. Pel Shop 



^HERLEYS FAMOUS 



THE TREBARTHA t04S 

Ful:y uiodri,, 5u;lrs. 115 upi 
town rhunr |, mt i,r E 41(11 



ATTRACTIVE 
Diabed or 



Ave 



PHOI><K>l l ION. 
unluiiilatied ;>40 tJndi 




Apply im 

A TTRAOrfVB TBBB^ 

■f*- Quadia APu^aMta. Bead. 
Empire Really^Oeatpany. 14M Broad. 

ATTRAOnVB TKRBB-BUOMBD APABtT* 
BMRL Meek from Oak Bay baaahi 
MO.M. Apply Munday t Shoe Store^ 

AIL8A, 430 COOK - ATTRACTIVB 
well-kept modern aulMa ModOfSM 
rate a Nice o elahborhood E 4441 

AT MOUNT BDWAROA' FORNISRBO 
oi unfurniahed aulta llva badreoaM). 

E 4931 



AT BBLWlLU-BKiGHT. NBWtT OBOO- 
rate d, re aaonable aaltae^ 

ALVIM APTA - SMAU 
A heated. aU eoarealeiieeii lOM Johaaask 



AT OLTMFM. IIM IIAT«-0QBT , 
iStlfe-raaaa. MtttaMltaBMU 



APARTMXNT. clean brisbt: private bath. 
Low ratea. LeUnd, 3613 Dovatea. O ItH. 

ARGYLB OOUBT, 434 UNDBN— ONPUR- 
nished Caretaker. B 9941. owner O IML 



ACRES STANDINO HAY THE COT 



O ACRI 



Ni.hle Fsr 



17 



ROOM AND BOARD 



AT "ILLAHIE" (A HOME). NEAR THE 
park and ten mlnutea from town. 
brtsht. mo dern 940 FaUfleld Rd E J63 1 

ARB TOO LOOKIMO POB COMPORT- 
~ * Indta, pear BackteaA 

DIBT AMD 



T OAK BAT— BPBOIAL 
I. atloBUen If reaalrad. B41M. 



I^-^NOUSH BABY BUGGY POR 
cheap, la rood eoadittoa. 
GIMS. 



I^-'OR SALE — FOUR BECOWD - HAND 
nuinlrl.... grati.i and tlle^ one enam- 
eled confer ba.'ln. one enfinielrd slrik 
William Head. North QuartrH Street 



('UntRRT BANK. PRIVATB BOTXL 
y Rates 13 00 dally. 113 60 weekly. US 00 

monthly and up. Including all meala Five 
minutes from centre of city Jersey milk 
and farm produce from proprietor's own 
farm 818 Quadra St G 0188 

- FAYING "guests. 



lARTER HOl'SE. 
11. II rd r eslderii e 



^■tRAIOMYLr 
( 

H 
() 



F"c?. 
I 



13K COURTNEY ST 
Phone E 4930 

-«OMh-OH I ABLE ROt)M AND BOARD 
' f'lr one or t«o gentlemen 331 Ontario 

~OME . LIKE. EXCLUSIVE. MODERN 
Low ratea Garate 330 Moss Street 

NE^OR TWO BOAROBRS' TAKBN IN 
private hoaw sa MBikats a| toasUy. 

Phone E 771B 
1UNNY FRONT BEDROOM Al.«0 LARGE 



SALE CHII.DS 
b. Phone F SR39 



IVORY .SIEEI. 



s 



NVAI.II) CHAIK.'s HOKPITAL 
Sale or rent M'4 W (l(ir»e 



(i lid IB 



IEONARD TYPE. SELF - CONTAINED 
R.T. tabular boiler. 1 s 10: thirty Iba. 
oreaaure. Salteble for sreenhouaa. Capl- 
tol Iron A Metals. 14M St ore M. _0 1434 

MAND8RS -TRIAD" TARMIBBi BEST 
for boat and oalsMa wark. Barte- 

Andrewa rateta. lAA. tit TtSW SUeet 

O 4.13 

N EW f»OTATOES. 13 LBS . 25c KEl^ 
loet't corn flakea, 1 for 36c: tomato 
ketchup. lOe bottle; paaify ftaar. 1 Iba. 
30c. Jones' Cash A Oarrr> tMI Cook 
street. E3I31. 



XJEW TENT. S OUMOB. aalO. 3-POOT 
i> walla. IMOO: two COtS, BOW. 14.00. 
316 Oorse Road Weat. 



NATIONAL CASa BBOtSTBR. la te PSM. 
sarasa type. Ilka aaw. 



BS7S1. 

OIL-BURMBR. 8BOOND RAND: nROLB 
preferred. Box IM. Colonist. 



I>ORTABLB OVBM fOR OAB OR OB. 
i atove. il.M: aaal M) Mfea aav. Baa 

123 Colonltt. 

Hwnr CHERRIES, IOC LB BRINO 
own eontalneri. 3476 Richmond Road, 
eemer Klnea. 



WICKBB PQLDIMO OO-GART. 
VV IM BroaAloa «t 



AfVLT 



Baatty 

Connor 

Bnth rTo:idllioncd 
Of aer\ice 

Terni.s, »5 00 Ca,sh 



tr 00 

139 60 

to tlve yeara 



C41 



KE.NT 8 

^atae Street 



Pbeaa BUll 



ELBOTRIO RBPRIOBRATORS 



New conditiea and rally Oaaraataed 

Maiescc UM 

Majestic 1|4» 

Prisldaire (reconditioned) I 79 

Ten DoUart Caah Places One la Tear 

home _ 

KBRTS ' 

441 Tates Street ' rfeeaa BMM 



428 Vunrouier Blreet 

s 

lEACHERH TO 



iliTFRIon HOME. TWO BUSINESS 
V. larae room 125 month E 4K?7 



ABBAUTmUiT CLBAR rVBNlSHBD 
_ aaite Mo aar fare. Ptia na B 4 t73. 

nBAtmniu dJiaos. somht apart- 

X> aaanl. taelaa Stadaoona Park: three 
bedromna. 14 44 BMatA BMM ar BWdf. 

BROADWAY OOOBT. 441 
Desirable, aunny. front _ 
ground tltwr Quiet block B 



HELL APABTMBNTS. 1417 COOK ST.— 
Three yaaai heated aatte. G 1441. 



t ■•HOICK fiUITE AT 
' well equipped, altn 
E 8940: owner. G 7758 



OMFY. SMALL APARTMENT: SUIT 
ladlea or couple: lovely district, cen- 
tral 1505 Ellord Bliect E 0480 or E 7087. 

mESTA UNDA APTS.. Port and Lindea. 
Unfurniahed. modem aulta: ba4 
heated Moderate reatel. 0 3441. 



tral 



CRBSTA UNDA APTA. Pert and ti n dsa. 
Fully modern suite; hat water ' — 
ModeraU rental. OH41. 



f^ORAL COURT: BTBBT OOMfORTI 

' ' close In: sea view. 438 BImeoe. B07t7. 



u 

13 60 up 



UMBOLDT 

niahed downatalra aulte 



APARTMENTS — FUR- 
Rooma from 



G0139. 

irTA. O 
laae. One vacaiwy. B9S63 



DB 



^ARROOATB APTA. OAK BAY: 

H AMPIOM OODRT - URFURM I B H S P 
aparta>eate> redaea r alad. O MIL 

MARINB CHALBT. OAK BAT — flO- 
torla'B llnett fumlahed kltehenetto 

aparlmenta. ateam heat, electric refrigera- 
tion Near beaeh. car line and aolf llnka. 
Special rates io permanent tenanta Tha 
Royal Truat Company, 1303 Oovernmant 
Street. Phona B 4138. 

MARYLTN-^BBAUTIPDLLY FURNISHED 
or unfurniahed apartmanta 1196 Fort. 

0~ NB OR TWOnROOM SUITA UOOSB- 
keeplns or alaeplaa and alttlns-roooii 
centre of city; very mooerata 1319 Broad. 



ri^WO lEACHERH TO SHAKE LARGE 
front room, 14 week: slntle rooma. 
I4.M. Bett home cookint; walklns dla- 
tanra to hlah achool Box 171. Oolaatet. 



rlB OAKBS." 1144 ROOKLAMD ATM 
Ratae tMOO. 446 OB awat h ly S 9443 

THB OROTB' 9M BANK. S MM WITB 
ar trtthaal aMate Oak Bay ear 



T 



HB MAPLBB-lMd 

Select room and board 



TATBS STRBXT 

G 7745 



U.l*> FXRNWOOD ROAD— ROOM AND 
M*) board: alnsie ar daabte. B3638 



W BOOM AND 80ABD WANTBD 



ANTED ROOM AtlP BOARD WfTH 
private laatflr. aMi saMsa. Vox 

117. Colonial. 



BOOMS TO BBNT 



ILOSB JAMBS BAT BOTBU TO- 
> rente: weB fanUMMd, had-atttlna, 
kitehaiwtle. B 47 M. 

•Q8fflU"HM, 



TBB ROTBL tSOOOLAS 
IS OPFBRINO SmiBMBLT LOW RATB9 




LAROB PtJRMISBBU BBDROOK, FBI. 
vote hBBM. Mask (rBfi haMA Wt 
but Apply Biiialsd ar avifiSia. MM uEa 

Blreet 



1>UE OROVE.' 988 BANK. r. 
or without meala. Oak Bay 



8SI. Win 



IABOa UNPURNISHBD ROOM, KITCR- 
J enette. sai, reaaonable. 444 Govern- 



ment Street. 



U HOUBBKBBnNQ BOOMB 
TO BBNT 



»IANO FOR RENT. SPECIAL 1 ERM8 
for Summer aeaton. Fletcher Broa. 

MP 



AKOLSTER RADIO - PHONOGRAPH 
combination, new tubes, excellent 
condition, cheap for cash See owner. 7IS 
Fistard 

i ^ UARAI4TEED OVERHAUL OF YOUR 



TAXU 

OAK BAT IOC TAXI 
.ODUCING 6e Taxi Service. Shop- 
ptea. drlyias. from ti pe r boar. O 3133. 

ITPBOLSTEay 



TNTRi 

1 plai 



/ iHBBTBRPIBLO SBTS - PACTORT TO 
^ y you. Great tavinaa ReeovertBS. ra- 
pairlna for leaa. 714 Cormaraal. T» 
toria Dpholstery Oat QMM. 



ABSOLUTELY DRY NG 1 OORDWOOD, 
aaty aplllllni. firat-trowlh fir. 13- 
ineh lanctha. |.V76 cord, t-looi, 14 36 cord: 
laem. 46c Whlta labor E 3339 



A^i 



B 



LL BEST AND DRY LOAD CEDAR. 
90; cedar blocks. 1135 E 8733 

SPECIAL SALE 
ONB-ORY WOOD. BEGtn^R 16 60. 
now M.M. 0 1114; J»»sht. jesi43 _ 

/^LWOob MILLWOOD. MM CORD— 
\ J Bdsinaa, 11.16: dry miUwood. 13 60. 
cordwo od. 14-ln ., I6.M. T. McTavlah O4303 

T^OLWOOD MILLWOOD, M M cd : amall 
i mUlwood. M.M caeh. C. D Shaw. 0 7M6 

/ ^OOPBRAOB Br6dO--B lMD UMO."ir4a 



atove 



M.M: 



iTiORDWOOD SPBUIAL I PI.. 
V Inch. 16 A Sewn. OMM 



M.dd. OM41 



•41 !»> 



|\RY 

1 ' three-cord lota 

Rt KINDLING, 
VI cord 



THB NBW 1934 DICTATOR RADIO. FIVE- 
tube mantel model, with extended 
wave band (or poUoe ealteMa.ld^ Baay 
terms arrartsad. TMSi ffwar. 

Bay Company. 



^PARTON RADIO. NINE TUBI 
^ tiful cabinet Coat 1141. 



for caah 58S Toronto St. 



O II 



I. BBAU- 
Barsaln 



X'OUR RADIO OVERHAULED. II 8U- 
1 preme Radio Service Phone E 7972 

1934 WESTINOHOUSE CONSOLE LONG 
and short wave. 188 75. Phlico lone 
and 'horl wave, 133.60. S-tube 1934 b.it- 
tery tela. 144. alao alectrte radlee (or hire 
a; wg^^ aHa4A AaraBMa-* MM opyj 

4aO OPPICB ANB STOBB BODtPMBNT 

I^^OR SALE-NATIONAL CAan'RBOIB^ 
ter ana Burroaaht ad dine maehine. 
"Buy Rite" Grocery, 731 Pandora Ave. 



40H MtmSBBT STOCR. PLANTB. BTa 

BAMBOO RAKBB. 15C. r)R 3 POR 35C 
Hatta Hardware. 1411 Douclas St 

Ir«OR SALE— SOU. MANURE. CINDERS 
' sraveL fUllna. reck. OeUvered. BBUl 



4MI BiOTClAS ANB 

COMPLETB LINE OF I BED MOTOR- 
cyclea fraan IIM up See our rebuilt 
aadaaaraatead saa ah taee aefart yea bay 
R^ Shaaks ASaas. > I9 Pert 

BICTCLBB-4U.M TO •M.M; tmOdOf 
tirea. 94et Mbaa. Ma; bans, lisi sat 
s's. ISM CMei St 



mudaoarda 7ia Aari 

V>ICTCaA~IM" ~ 



CORDWOOD. M U OOBO IN 
J E Painter. O M41. 

14 CORD. 13 75 ' sell eheap ter eaab 

The Heat Hhop, U 3343 I,-s|l01 

I,^IR SUBa~AIH> BUMBsTtS-nM ~ 
t ar hasa M MMr. S aasds It. o 



0 9I4S. 



riNDUDiB. M FBB CORD LOAO C 

O 14 



MILLWOOD, 
more. 14 
S4.M B 463X 



OOBO. M.MI TWO OR 



BKrCATMIIBL 



q'^umoN AT lloMB IF 
I matha. ate Mri (.fo Ave. B419I 



^^ANT. 



OOACH POR OBRMAM 
aa and 



NO 1 CORDWOOD, MM <XNU> 
three. cord lota J B Painter. O 3*41 

\ 0~ I riR-ST GFtOWTH CJORDWOOD. 
4 ft 14 rnrd mlllwcod 13 50 E SJ70 

U'E BAW coRnWoni). «V CORD 
Trees felled rrnio- ed F .lH 

S~ BAWNIOAN DOUGLAS FIR WOOD. 13- 
In alab. 83 36 ed . mixed Inatde 83 76 
inaide blacks II. cdwd IS kindllna M 
B MI4 Sole aaenta. BL L««aar Oa 



MOTOIWrOLB^UORT^ LATB 



OlddK 

TTIOR SAU9-I9a7 IHinAN SCOUT O 1373 
JT or Boa 141. Ooloniat _ 

HOtJDAY ON A BICYCLE TRIPS UF- 
Island and to any pleaaure reaorta 
are cnteyaMe aad Inexpenalva If taken on 
a Meyela. Relteble machinca to rent. 76c 
day. I3.M week or II 00 month. Roainaon a 
1230 Broad St. app C al aa iiS. BHU. 




Let 



THB OOtOMlST 
1311 Broad St 

PnaUHt Utboaraphiaa. 



QM41 



lU.UOO 



BtJOKB, 5 (KNIH KJ t50 — 
Book Nook. 738 fori E 2011 



r^RNIBHM) 
kitchenel4a 
Phone E 3843 



A 



V nl 
313 Vancouver 



TTRACTIVE TWO - ROO.MED 
shed suite, near park 



FUR- 
reasonable 



T 310 VANCOUVER NICK HOUSE- 
keeping room. wal<r. vas G 1038 

AT 734 HUMBOLDT. JUST OFF DOi'O 
las St . from 12 00 weekly E S474 

AT 733 VIEW-HOVSBKEBPING ROOMA 
half block from Spencer's G SPM 



AEBURN HOUSE - FOUR - ROOMBD 
furnlahed and unfurniahed sallSk 
newly decorated; on Rockland Arsaas . 
dose te town. Garate If deaired. 

IgMJgTAL T RUST OOMF AM^^^ 

KOCKLAND COURT (NEXT TO Gov- 
ernment llnu^ei Small flat, vacant 
May 23 furnished or iinfurnlahed E 8186. 

IMALL APARTMENT WITH ALL MOD- 



s 

Plione r. l'.«7 

^EMI - FURNISHED. 

^ JaawB Bari aawly 

O 34*7. 



POUR 



ro6ms. 
a Mil. 



SBACROPr " LUXCRIOOS SBA TXBW 
apartment: all • alesirlBal i aariaa 
Phea e O a rden 6111^ 

ROOrr APTS -OOMfOBTABLB ROOM1 
taMaa BaasansMs talas BMll 



BBVERIXY HOTEL APARTMBNTS 

734 Yataa Street. Oft Oeaalaa 
•mn Daar M BvarytMad M Tpwa" 

rpoORISTS— A welcome awaits yoa at 
X thia homey hotel Ideal hauaekeeplnB 
rooma. bedrooma and aultas at reaaonable 
rates by day. week or ssaath. Pree saa. 
Iisht. phone, stevatar. Laiae eaaUy lounas. 
Phaae a MM A A Ortlfltfe. Fia*. 



rut BAVOT MANSIONB WILL BB 
your eholee If yea deeire quiet aad 
eoaslort at aw darate eaet OM M. _ 

WATBRPROHT dOTrAOBS AND PDB* 
alshed BBilBa at thaOarBO, 413.M pet 
■oath ap. Tietarte Toarlat Caasp OISM 



WOOLWORTB AFARTMBMTS— ATTRAO- 
ttve daabie aalte. Fheae B 74M. 



■OOBBI TO BBNT 



17I W B M I BH BD. 7 ROOMA PURNAOA OAB 
1/ taha. saraaa. water. MA OMiS, 



M\ 



St 



ATTRACTITB HOD SBRaaPlM O ROOMA 
an aa n ve nl eaaes. 441 Taaaaave r . B Md7 



41 WANTED— MISCEIXANEOLS 

A^^BBTOTAWlMrpi^^ 
ett prices for rags, bottlra, tools, 
stoves, furniture, or anything you wlah 
to dlapose of Wa call anywhere any 
time G 4753 

i NTIQUE8 WANTED - FURNITURB, 
-^x silver, china, tlaaa. old Jeiralry. 
and itamp collectlona. OBrtea'S 
Shop, opposite Baipraaa Botas. 



c 



Ins M wreek 



I^tXCRAMOB TOVB OLD GOLD POR 
I -J cash, nowl PiMBe for a representa- 
tive to call at yaar home or brint your 

told to our office. No obiiaatton. Deal 

direct with a told smeltlns SHBaam>i Fa> 
cific Gold Smeltint Co. 809 Valla, MbV 

Broad St O 3734. G3355 

N OTICE-^ ANTIQUES OP AuTdESCRIp'- 
tlona ^A^*2 ASBSSMBr''hlS^ *tfi 



OBTAIN (tOSF'S VALUATION Jewelers 
for twenty years H.theat price, paid In 
merchandlac or caah 1013 Gov I Street 

/ \LD OOIJ> B^inOHT FOR CASH C C 
* ' WealheriU. entrance Union Bulldlnt. 
View Street 



ANTED — CIRCUI.ATINfi HEATER. 

medium alac Phf-i.e r. S3.'>5 



TED 

r. I n« ' 



A HAY THDDKR. APPLY 

' cowlaliaa Stetioa. B C 



4s pouumt urn ufwrocB 



ttA FOrLTPY A«fT> «rrpifrq 



/ COMFORTABLE FURNISHED. UNFUR- 
^ nished rooma. aultes. h and c water, 
room aervice: kitchenettes , Ix>w ratea 
Devenahire House. 733 Port St G 0133 

^tOSIj^ODRAJirD TWO-ROOM SUrTBS 

CLBAN. COMPORT Al 
hte taeauk wttfe kltehaaetla. 1134 



IJIOBMISRI 
P ranae: 



ranae: near 



ED HOUSBKBanNO BOOMA 
trfc aad beaah. BMM 



'CWONT BBD-SrmNG -ROOMS, kltchen- 
C a ttea: furnace: 19. 114 month. E 3446 

OOSSKBEFINO RtTOMS 18 50 MONTH 
444 Goveri.inrnt Street 




LAROB BRIGHT BO 
reoai. 4ith bsd r ooa i faralshad ar aa- 
974 Baaulaialt Road. 



411 
M aad Bp, 



IIM frt 



TAROA 
J room with kttehoaalM 

rpwo COSY TWO-ROOM SUITES, CON- 
A venlent ««»-r light phone F 0749 

V'ICTORIA HOUSB* 1114 ROCKLAND 
SmaB apartment, aitchenette. hot and 
cold water: ealet coanfarteble O 3631 

1010 place, around floor, kit 
cloae in Beesonable B I7M 



••ROOM smooo. l%lrflaU. fair 
(aralshed. te Ostoher 1 f 



8TIICCO. Foul Bay. fully 
furnlahed, oil burner I44.M 



4 ROOMS AND DINBTTK. Stucco, 
duplex, July aad Ausast. fMr- 

iMHI eeaeeapeaeaaeaeaaaaas 

8 ROOMS. MajrttWI 9Ba etaw, 



eoesaesad 



.MMI 



6-RooM aroeoob oak bbp. 

la 



A. A. 
834 Fort street 



eees 



* CO. 



C 1117 

Real Xstete, lasursnce. Slocks and Bonda 



VV* I^OS NUMBBB OP SB* 

VV irct furnlahed homea. In Palrdsld. 
Foul Pay. Oak Bay and Saanlch cloaa te 
the sea. for rent for the Bummer montha, 
al pricea rantint from 130 to ISO |Mr 
month Wa aollcll ei.qiiirlea from reliable 
parties, mha ere considerlnt apendliit the 
Summer montha In Vlctorte.^ A. 
harey A Comb 
■teal Batate, 



nuie la vwvivm. n, sa. mm 

aaaay. <M /mt SIrifL a IMI. 
Steeka aad B aai^ la aB r aaBB. 



WILLOWS BEACH, POR POtTR 
■i\ montha, cosy modern atuceo baaaa- 
low. fully furnlahed ideal alluatlon, baa 
and car aervice. suitable for two or three 
adults 3877 Eatevan Avenue, Oak Bay. 



V CLEAN. COMFORTABLE. NICBLT- 
furnlahed four-roomed houae, with ae- 
rate nice tarden Reaaonable rental U 
reliable tenant O 6001 



\ CLEAN. FURNISHED, TWO 
rooma. dinlnt-rooin and kitchen, 
HIth Srhooli MOOa Apply IBM Gladalaaa 
Avenue 



ACOMFORTABLB TWO-BOOM VU^ 
nished eelMSA 4MMb 4dSd4asMa, dW 



nished e. 
Belleville 



WEU^ FURNISHED IC ME FOR SI'M- 
iT>er mof.thii near he»rt, 145 E 5230. 



niahed: kll 



ILK-nU BROILCRB FOR SALB. 

aaii. aisBaaa 

Mnd hlah 



tATBlTB WTANUO'1 1 BA BLOOD TBSTBD, 
vV wta'er teyera Pafleto laid 74 per 
cent aB Winter atontha Liraa brown 



|£AltL«T-OA 




^BTBRAL 



for the enttlaa. 



OOOD WOOD FREW 
AAert Head 



•O OORDl SnMBT WOOOi ALSO OP- 

S^^^cT aW r »«r 



RACING BICTOLA OOOD OORDTTTON 
O 647a _ _ 

'ANT» — uurrs 



hill FO 

\l»ANTBO LADY « B'CYCLE, RBABON* 
VV ah'e ined cond t.cn. Na aaenta 
Phone <: saio 

OOOO BUT 



hstchlns seat Be each 

•^1 WYANDOTTE CHK 

neat. 12c Pi 
E347S 3600 Doualaa 



E 1311 




2 OR I BBIOBT 

010 



ratal : 

11-45 i|ia.M UP all ronvenle 



1 r: BOOKLAND-Baadkkeephw 



4tB 



CNFrRwiea»T> 



ITRPURIflBHBD AM> FlRNlnHKD 
rooma eonvenler . e. P' o- . r ttu 



I /OR 
beach 



jti.Y AND Auriurr, near 

four bedrooms, tarage, water. 

t-lephone J45 0fl El«ia 

yyTttx^^yvRjiiBiuro mooehm homa^ 

o'mJi!^ * 
yyATiBumoirr bomoalow. 




SIO ? 

E 0S3t 

f> ROOMED FUIJ.Y FURNfSHKD HOl 
* Oak Bay B«i UA 



51 F1.AT8 AND APARTMBNTS 
TO BBNT 



FV3R SALB AND ON TRIAL— A GBN- 
erel purpose horae uaed to alt kindt 

of mmk Verr cheap Applv 514 David 
atre '■ 

kS-ANTED W FLU- MANN ERBO SAODLB 
V> horse, reaaonaklt. 



7U 



MB 

1831 RKitrr.nU i. 

»4« ESQUfMALT Rd.,. 
2415 BLANPHABD M. 

lao RKxrHWOOD lea 

1 a OLIVK at 

r".8 PRTOWTOW Ave 



shape 



39M Monekioo. B A L Rayal Oak. 
ItC ^ ~ C ATnjt 

Pi 



SALE RPOIirrERED 
fresh Jersey Ayrahire eroaa. srade 
to (reahan. alao twa acree Wheal 
end vetch Bahirl MmssB. Qassaa Aew- 
na« 




F'OR SALE J 
»• r- m laii* I 
nr WIN tra<te far 

ncA ffiMBi •im 



Sir 

modern 
3311 M-Brlde Avenue, four 

rooi.ia. modern taraae 
IBM Sonthaate street tmr 

raaaui aecd tor sittaa 
r. B. BBOWM B BOB 

nil Broad Bfree. 

A'PARTMrv •<faH«r~rwb API 

three r&.m>a Irom SUM P^th. cj 

te^nah^MMal laaam tMt ' 



opLAirna 

PBMBBRTON * 
836 Pert Street 



2'M'l "(ft 888 RICHMOm) Av 
nwi.airrM 

$17.50 
$17.50 

1. LTD 
Pttena G 7171 




flea 




aiONT a 

174, uV rnmtshad 

MM sa)wtth 



July— I 

furnlahed 

fumlehed . . . .. 
8 Rsema. (aroiahod 
a P»wira. fnmlalted 

3 Ronins •.title I, fernlthod 

4 Rnoms f.irnlshod 

4 Hootaa. «nf«trnlahe4 
4 Raaaia. anftmitbed 




A OARDBNS, 




/ 



4 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VirTORLV. ?> C. ST^XDAV. JUXK lO. m\ 



75 




Mart for Busy Readers-Property for Sale 




t22.50 
$19.00 

rurtlivr LM M 



« 




$295 



Phnnr C 4441 



ilt TBAMTT ROAr> sevrN m-oMB. 

1^ gg, AMN HI M'l'K l<<i(>M» 
1M9 JMOnON K I H^VKN H(X)Ma 
UT TOI.MTE HIK HOI IMS 
MEW I'X>i;K KU'JM lH'NiiAUJW AND 
TWO ACRSe, CU>B£ IK. 



MM <MURAM rA 

vtry lood »h»p» 

iMljr 

»n« 

IMl 



MiMitf 'MWAii 



11495 

Oo«« PrtcM AJl0«a« M VttA C«r> 
M TklM M. ' rkeo* SU4I 



MU IMt* Btr««t. thrM 

IMMM. ••rM* 

mt XwrlMa StrMt. Am 




p. R. BUOWII * 
1113 aroMd Btrtt* 



$12.50 
...$15 
$17.50 

rhoii#0 7iTi 



AXnuUTTlve nouBEB 




^ iR OOOD COM- 

dt««a. MM M« Utm. im. ino ratal 

• ryllnder m-ton UMk MfiM Md 4 
tperd iranunlulon. I17A tntrr 
national truck PVtUk QaffM S-toii 

uverlOM VMMik UNI 

D«W, lliO , „ 

W* toav* apart parU for tht foUowm 

1»U model can in stock 1B34-10 Butclu. 

(MllUe. Chtvrotat, CbmUt, Dote*. Imu, 

Model "A" raci. ^ w i M ii iw m oy x . 

Wlllys-Kirul t: nlMi n lar>« MVIHMBt of 
lru>k i'ai!'> t-i >l I !<■^. an MMfc Mt- 
Urlta, (caeralors. at artwa. 



To Out-of-Town 
Sobfcnbett 

O.it of town aubscribcrs who 
wiih to aii»wer ad » ertiscnient* 
io which only the telephone 
number of th« »dvtrti»er '» K'^f " 
may toul thdf replies lo The 
Cofonlet. tad Tht Cojoout will 
coinmunicati iMh rtpMt t» tM 
edvertitcr. 



AOTOMUBlUtS 

<CODtUIMd> 



IAN, 



• oa 

Af>0 iteUWi^KN STRErr, NIAR PBO- 

4Zt> TineUl Buildinai; aU rooma, mod- 
am Md In aplpndld th»»f 1 M> Jig HMM*; 
r. m. Brown St Bona, lAA* Utt BMM 
itnel. Fbona 0 7171. 



l-llOOI( OOTTAOB. CLOflB TO 
- car. 110. 8«T«n.roo« •MBl-fcttnealow, 
Aah 8t . larage. (urpaea. IM. Ima-foora 

houi«. Oaf ar " " 
Plv^-room bu 
1, M Rom V 
Bldi O 4041. 

VIRY ATTRACTIVE SEVEN - ROOM 
Bodarn Oak Bar borne. cIom to coif 
lauMdUte poaaeialoii. Owner leav- 
Appir UeltUrman. Forman A 
Mt Vmr SUaat. Phone E 4in. 



\UTO PARTS OP ALL KINDS. U 
•ra now wreckina Pontiac. IN* 

m.|oa Dodee-Oraham truck. 1(17 Fard 
a«d«B. and have all parts for aale. TnMk 

rear-end. with 30 x 7 50 tires, (ood for 
pole localna, ISt 00. 

Ht prirrk paid wlllioiit drlar (or late 
dorii-l H!i': tni.kj for wrfcking. 

W. PRANK CAMERON AUTO PARTS 
»4*-MS TMW at. PIMM ■ MM 



A BOOT fU. ■ mOOMM. MODERN. PUR 
BBMtte. BOW en t1*w vacant July 
', M4 aBMd Avenue 



{•iAUr AT HOME MODERN HOME. 
* beaulifuUy slluatcd on Ooria water- 



front. Rent or aale. eair term* 
phona O S7f S 



Owner, 



f^OBt FIVE ROUMEIJ BUNGALOW: I/)W 
\J rent !•> im cu Mblr party Phone E S254 

VjlOUR - ROOMED BUNOAW3W. LUUt 

r new. I1S.M Me Bw^ Owjw •! 
Bnrailde Md lUrlBeM I ImM, AMV . 

WliUam'a Omn. 



xnoa Morr on calb— nTB*KooM 

Il^^^tlMBlew. Ttatorla Weat. til. Btrood 

T' tiOR rent— a SMALiT HOUSE IN Vio' 
' lorla Went distrlrl. )u»t off Domlnlop 
Road: 110.00 per month Phone O 5451 

C10RD0N HEAD. ON TYNDALL AVE 
I 5-roomrd houae. hot-air furnace, aa 

race. Phon«> Albion 14 

bvELY COTTAGE — FIVE ROOMS 
i batb. eement kaaement. furnace, situ 
•Ud on 0«k Bar Beach with larje ver 
i em Um m*. WIU leaae. X 1144 




75 BUblNE88 OrrORTLNlTIES 
10— lined) 



ARRirn coupix with i rows in 



MARR1 
c ^ta 



liK partner, iiianlr.l or m/kIc >«uh siii.>;i 
capital, lo order lo r»^«^Ul Market for 
dairy producla. Oerf cattle. Itogs. poullri', 

mMlH tntu. Boa 71. Ocmnw. 



() 



,LI> Eifl ABl.lHHEI) AND BUCCESSr' l 



110.000 ADOn iONAI. C AHl l Al, K< IK f X 
PANSlON Pi;RPtXBEB Otieis aioplf t*' ^'i 
Ity. WIU auaranlaa Osod mtereal m l 
abare of proAU mf llMBW BBA d 
UUa to ■eauiaelr 




xyuv 
» » an 



ACCEPT BUNGALOW. CASH 



I 7S BOU8H Wm MUM 

I (Continued) 

ri-' 1 AHl '..SIIKI ) 1B«3 ' 
.VlHtk.! i.'ji 1 ,,„» Several S 
1 room cuilaaca. good leuiers iJ dor;« up 

a bit Price. eMk H-*" 

l.-tMPREBB AVSmm. near Coek— A *«ry 

I i I onifortable and »ell kepi house of 
a riioiii.v li«-.»'iiiriit, ■jii.i.r, s«i,'«i- aad • 
i...e lardeu. fruit tre«a, roaca, ei' 
Prue ; W-""" 

MONTREAL BTRBBT. Jaaaea ■•»— T»o 
»tor>. " rootii house baaemeat. fur 
rare BaraM.u. loi c.ih, ai . 41.100 
/ ^RAIOPLOWER ROAD — One acre •( 
^ land and a tie* • reaaa eMtaec. 
Price II. IM 

QUADRA OnrmiOT — Plve-room itucco 
(imaU>. hellov-tlle cenalructlon. basc- 
luriK with half acre of aarden, all kliid» 
,if I I. : iiirs A -UUP at t.i 300 

|>OCKLAND AVENUE NEIGHBORHOOD 



■0OK8 FOB SAUi 

tOoDllnuadi 



I8B 



$I.O(H) 

nlealy treed 



aK hay. all rootn 
uuir »nii s»ra«r rl..»e to 
car and s« liooU I hu 1\ «re;l fllua .ed and 
111 a lirsl I'laaa reaidcoual disiitci 

OAK BAT. four-room bunta- 
lou nrtr rar and achool. lot 
ra^y IrTiii-' 

PKRNWiK.n PisnUCT. tlra- 
raotn iiMxi'-iH buMBleVt With 
bat: > .oo. l^ill beeMM^ 



[in rnonAir ^ 

lis THE MAI FEB UF IME HtAlB Of 
IT M* ' 



S900- 



thr 
race. 



E E HEAIU 

ni Tatee BUect 



SMtt 



7f WANTIDtO 



el MM 



Take MUM IBal the above-oaaed BeB- 

ert Beareari Mar dird on the IJHi daj Ol 
Match. IBS*, leavins k "il »'id codicil Of 
wlucil probata baa tiecii iranted to Robert 
Beayoara OBeer Mav aad WUUaat Mar. 
eaeetttora therelB naaed. oat of the Vtc- 
IWta Reelstrr of this Court, on Jlst April 
tH4: 

And further take noUce that all paraoat 
havine eUima aaainat the above aafnto are 
roeulred to aand la partlotdara of tha aaaM. 
duly verified, to the wderelened on or 
befera the llrd day of JalV. UM. 
»hich date tha eiecutore will proceed to 



'~ ZZZ _vw nnnuwri iiTTNnAir>w »hich date tha eiecutore will preceea lo 
P^«2rcl"Vm^S!aTl'"uS* 1^1 n„ .n.-tribution of the eatate. h.rln.^ Jo- 



AUTOMOBILE OWNERS- HAVE YOUH 
car put In good rrpnir Iff ihr fine 
waather by a mechanic with over 10 rears' 
' too. Work ouarantecd at reasonable 

IM Aooi ath at. 

A PIBBOB ARROW POUR-DOOR BE- 
dan. IMl. )uat like new: accept small 
car part payment. Mr. Jubb, 7iso Yatr* 
BlreeC. 



H. A. DAVIE. I.IMMH) 
Bttiek and OldwnobUe C» < m " i^cks 
Port Bl. M OBSMB Plioaa U aidcu 1144 



BXOO MOTOR CO LTD. 

im Maih Sedan (amaU) IM* 

IflO Btudebaker Sedan 

ItHl Durant Sedan «•••••• 484 

IMt Chevrolet Sedan 

1MB Packard Badan 

PlFMBth. «M» D-i* »• 

Ml Tatoe at. 9 it** 



apartment IUih < '.ii I 'l 
business '33 apartmriiis i 
Hauuiioiid. IbO.S Ellord 

W'K 8PECLAL12B IN 
bualnaaaea ti aB 
U Oonyera * 0B» 



nUo apartment 

«,_rouot suaueaa 
E U48(l 

TUB BALE ^'F 



iv — Mearty-now 

water heating: b. 

iiardrn and vlew.^ 



r aBMoe ml 9 roo«a: hot 
i«m for the owBor: tovelr 



Prlre 



.II.MO 




10UNTHY HOME OK KIVK ROOMS 
-/ With ona-baU acre in excellent or- 
chard and JMfMSI IB exchange 'or email 
btuaa In Ttetorto. Value up to ll.ooo. 
fhller parti.ulars OB appUcaUon to thia 

off let 

I'tMuriiioN A BOM. LTD. 
eii Fort .Mi-pi Phooe OlH4 

I-IQUITY la.OOO IN BBADTTPUL, PIVB 

P-* larse roeok. modn >■ - i.oi 

tOSlM. Hardwood f loo 1- :,.i,r .k.- bath. 

ahowcr. waah traya. furnace. Near three 
cara. Morteage II.MO. I^ae 
with one acre. Ownor. *M 

Vancouver. B.C 



1450 



BUICK COUPE 
1140 Cheirolet Coupe. Its 8tar Se- 
dan, 1175. Star Bedan, 1114 
1135 OMglBBd T" ^ 
Frank f UoM OBH^ 
B 1411 



ESSEX ( OUPE. 
IS 8iar Be. 
Eaaex Coach 



BATTntn MBun/r. M.N BHD or 
PuUy euarantood. AS siMB 

fKAMCnr BATTBT BKBVIOa 
UU Qaadra Si Empire 7033 



BILL BRIOOEWOOD. FORMERLY OP 
Begf Motor Co.. Is now located at 
735 Diicoverr St. Expart repalra on Nash 

and C.'ipvrolet. E B331. 



H A 8 S I S AND ENOINX BTXAM 
J Cleaned. 734 Johnson. Cbet Dowman 
■ 1411 



-A", GOOD 
Street 



IjXMtO . 

r eoadlUoB. MB 

E ma. 

1,'^ORO OOAOB. UXMCB AND RUNS VER Y 
r good. A rOBi httP at IM.M or beat cash 
offer. K14U. n4 Johnson. 

UlbHE8T~CASn 
cari. Vlctoila 
Cormorant K 1444. 



FOR 8ALX 

SNAPPY LINCOLN ROADSTER 

Leoka like new. Run only ten thousand 
aUlM, Less than one- third ita U.B. 
price. 

OWNER E 4351 

1 1 fX k "aububn^bports "cabriolet. 
liyjM new urea, in perfect condition, 
reduced to 1421. 1M« Hupmoblto De Luxe 
Sedan motor rebored. new paint, good 
Sres. licence. 1385 Btudebaker efdan, U- 
cwwi, 1150. Morrla Cowler touring, IM. 
IIM Overland coach. tSB. Pold^oIl tractor 
tlM IMl Reo 1-ton with tr<\ i.rn con- 
tinmUX motor, new tlrea. »850 ^"1. 'or 
all makca of cara and trucks at a verr 
low price We pay apot cash lor cars 
an' tru^Eg. q«f»r» OarBBO. ^: 

A^i'^—rUlL FRICB FOR A IM4 FORD 
four-door sedan, ready to go. 
equipped with 39 x 4 40 balloon tlrea. Bulck 
1837 four-door brougham de luxe aedan. 
meebaaleBlF awar above '"Vir'.".'' 
flnlah Uko new. good paint, *°9^ 
two aparea. trunk rack, trailer hiuh n 
•verythlne; full ma«T« 
W. FRANK CAMERON AOTO 'ARTS 
949-953 VlfW 8t MMWi B Naa 

^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^ .,^Me«#aMM^MMr 

«5B WANTED 



EXCHANOB OVER THKBB-ODABTBRB 
of an acre and small rottaae; choice 
realdentlal site, RocHlaml Avcmir. a^»e^^^■d 
valaa. lAlOO: for waierlroni proprriy 



GOOD aooMi m -wtomiA wbbt- 
^Muuwo Iw OBk Bay lota. Bans 



onnUCT IB OAK ^ 
Oood Bve-roogaed bunsalpw. almoci 
new. Btee let. WeuM take old beugo In 
csehaBeo. BMM. 



B V LAND A INVE8TMEN I AGXNCT. Ltd. 



»13 



0«UB 



IDKAl, HlHAl. HOME 



caah. 
117 



Uto mti aronnd II.MO. Bos 



sard only to auch clalma of wAMB thoy 
shall than have received BOt l O O . 
Dated thu Ulta day of lUr. AA Ml- 
OBBABB * OBBABB 

Iters. «M 



WAHTBD IN VICINITY OF BBAOON 
Mill Park, with good baaoBMnt and 



mo EXCHANGE — 7-ROOMED HOUSE. 
J James Bar dlstncl: hisli location, near 
the aea: first-class condition, inalde and 
out. would trade for cloat tBIM'BBBBa- 
low. Baanlcb dlatrict. Bebert OraH^ * 

Cp^jll Sa y ward B Me. 

rtmx BXCHABOB KBW OOTTAOB. IN 
\\ city, (or mlnlBS M ell ghares. Apply 
to Bog 180. Colonlli, 



SOMETHINU EXCEPTIONAL IN ACRE 
AOE. Just OUtStda of rlly Hish 
elrvBllo:i New StUCCO buu«ali.». »eli 
developed grounds, and five acres <holre 
land. Owing to lU-hsalth. being tt'.'vfWk 

aacrilleod at (oa terBU) ^0\J\J 

U M. BUM»M« * OO.. LTD. 
Phone 0 6041 HO Union Bldg 

TRUE TO ENUUbU TYPE 

aiHlS charmiiw new gtooeo bOBae la b«llt 
and nnlshad true to Bnelleh country 
cottage design, with large osk tin., red 
llvlns-rooni . flrc'ilacr in raised .;< •■ •■ >. 
hand-adaed solid beams in celUns t>ia. k 
wrought Iron fittings, caaement »jndo«s. 
eragy pattern shingle roof, timbered 
gablea, etc. It la alio Moot comfortably 
planned, with sautt AiBlaB-rooBb Studio 
and DuUh kitchen en dreund floor, and 
four bedrooms and bathroom uyUlrs 
Small but charming garden Hot-water 
heat Gararr The price Is moderate and 

will be dlScIo^^•<1 rn •I'PllCDtlOn 

WEST Hil'K .SIIAWNIOAN LAKE 
/■ \ppt)8ITE CLIKJ-HIDE. One - roomad. 
' ' fully r<iuipped cottage, on main road. 
" Larse veranda, boalhouse undern eath : 
laiioing float Approximately IJiBBMS. 
with about 80 yarda lakefiont. MSB. Bt- 

cludlns furniture. MM caah^ 

TKB BOTAL TMMT OOMFANT 



garas' Misht pay all caah for aulUble 
pioperty. O. W. Oarr. SM Fori Strost. 



A USTDI ATB.— TWO tnW imS. AU. 
A olaarsd ready fM BU£"V 
the Ombb, OBJMMfi im Tee one. IMl 
fS? mS^bX: nTiar ea*. OM tor two. 




RBOINA A\_- — -2 — 
taxee; Oalf IIM. SB 
payments. 

BI8HOF * 

578 rates St. 



LTD. 
Phone E 3341 



SB IHTffMTi 8T00CX). MODBBN, OAK 
5 Bay. Mowly dseoratad. bus psases: 
IMM. OMtT. 



8' 



S 



s 



JPLXNDID HOME OF BIX 
Cheap to reliable peraSBt 
included. E IMO. Monday 

iTx-ROOM HOUSE TO IIFNT. 

cloae in; 111 00 E i«I3 

•>>BOOMBD shack' FOR RENT ON TWO 
O large loU, near bus snd street car 
■aa ftrsplaes and weMr la Jmbss. >Mit 
urreflaUo party. M ser Mealh. Boe IM, 

fV,lr,pnt 

fuut 'okmomm trt.-rm BooMa, 

ioUl) IM.M; sless to achool. eoBesBlsnt 



to ear line. 



0 41M 



/•-ROOM MonFRN HOUSE— TWO L ABOB 
') lots III naiden. lawns aBd flBit IMSB. 
Rant 130. Phone E 1533 ^ 

f>-ROOM SEMI-BUNOALOW. HEA VIEW. 
i artistically decorated 1319 Point St 

7»-ROOM RESIDENCE. oPPntn E RKACU 
U and • tl "1 Pi"'ur r 2«.1(1 

n WANTED TO KI NT-IIOtSE8 



/ VNE-TON FORD TRUCK h"OR SALE 
'>r or trade f 



Street 



for light car. 



h"OR 
1447 Taunton 



BBVr FBIOBS PAID FOR USED CARS 
EMFBBSB OABAOB B 7MX 



/ 4ASH FOB UOBT SDAM OIIDBR tlOO. 
\j from orlBlaal owner ealy. Phone 



OI114. 



8 MALL FORD DEUVXRY. OOOD EN- 
tlBs and 
III. or IfBdo 
Colonist 



WB SBU. 0AM TO on fOK TOU 
Mutual Ante 

v.m 

four nf» v.,... ..I ~ — 

Krfeet. This car haa had excellent care 
UlMtStI Ave., afUr 8 p m , all day Bun- 
day. Be dealers please 



STUDBBAKBB DIOTATOB SB- 

dan, dark blue, free wheeling, 

four new tires, new brake lliiin«», enslne 



inOA OHBV. SEDAN. 1115. UCENCE. 
LaZn* IMS Dodge aedan. 1100, licence. 

BM4I. 



LADY WANTS TV.'} oil THRBX- 
roemed cotisse. small rent, permanent 
Bos 141. Colonist 



ONPTBNISIIED 

IXUABLB PARTY WANTS 
— > Will do repairs aad BBV 
Apply Bos M4I. Oolonlsfc 



HOUSB. 



AT CADBORO BAY-FURNISHED COT 
tagea. cstr.ps. rooms, meils. boats 

r. 979.'. 

BRENTWOOD BU If OA LOWS. NEXT 
ButebatM 
Keating. 



r^OTTAOES. BXMI-PORNISHXD, OB FOIl 
J beach, warm bathing, good fishing, boats 
Rcniala cut by half, or outslda rooms, with 
meals. Ill week A dellshtful holiday al 
The Chalet, Deep Cove Phcne Sidney «1F 

1.XJUR-ROOM FURNISH 
. for rent. Shawnlsan 
BUM. 

IDEAL COTTAGE ROOM WITH BATH 
cottage fare. Becluded eardsB. to- 
land water, boatlns. Twenty BtlBBtSS fross 
city X 1154. 



lO'X* BUICK COACH IM NICE OON- 
Itf^'i dition. or will trade _for what 
have you 

Drive 

HUDSON nrnAN for sale in 



Can bo seoa al MM Oeneaatei 



l.iNOLISH AUSTW "T* BAbOOM. CASH 

IjE 1211 

jpORD ROADSTER WAHTBD, 1M7-I-I 



Phone E 3584. 



TTAVB IM CASH 
XX fired BM. Ft 



OAR OP- 



FbOBS BMM. 



rVX ACRB HBAR DUWCAB WTTK BEAR- 
LTing raapberrles. plume and applea 
Peach, cherry, losans, grapes .not bearing 
well. No bulldlngs_ To irsj* w 
coupe worth IMO. Phono O ItW. 



7S BOUSES FOB SALB 

CRAIGDARROCH 

A CHOICE HOMB In Utte tovols l oga lllT 
now offered at a rgal *er«sta prtse. 
Contains seven sf>aclous rooms, sren isid 
out. and all In flrst-class condition. In- 
laid hardwood floors and borders, hot- 
water heaung gystem. automatic gas water 
heater. Solid atone fevadstion to first 
floor Bxceptlonally hieh basement, China- 
man s room, set tubs. etc. Well-kept gar- 
dens and Iswns ThU is a property that 
muat be aeen to be fuUy appreciated. 
WB» bM Bupoct It toftoy. TeB'tt eeroe 
H*l BBBBMt vslus at 

$5500 

•WnaKTON * KOKHUTK VTD. 
MB Byeoebtea MisM 

SEE THIS BARGAIN 
A BBOLUTBLY new modern aeven-roomed 
■c\ stucco bunsalow. containing four bed- 
rooms (two unfinished), llvlns-rooni, din- 
ing-room and kitchen with tiled sink. Full 
cement ba.sement; garage below houae; 
Oak Bay. Near achool, bua. aea and golf 
links. fPsr oulek aale only lI.eM). 
^KttsfBOtory terma can bo arranged. 

DOOQitBli mackay a CO.. (VXorroRZA) 

Limited 
1314 Broad Street 



YY ANTBD FOB _OAai — 



lOlB 



LATB MOOBUl 
THOMAS 



VMMt» BO. 
PboBO O ardsB tltS 

■ANTED- car in 0<X)D fXiNDITlON 
to 1100 cash Box 174. Colonist 



tg^ANTBD " \-TON CANOPY TRUCK 
>V Btate price Box 60. Colonist. 



1 



I 67 BOATS AND LAUNCHES 



M nno miles. 

K ii.STS 



noo 



A bargain Phone 



in>>w cHEVROLCT ftor^fl 
1.7— n COACH ^^o\t 

i(t.)7 ESSEX 111^1 
l.'—l COACH VL^.I 



1< I'M MAXWELL jr;n 

XJ^-X T0URII4O VO\J 

BOfAb anVIOB OARAOB 



bmu 



IMl BUnshard St 



t7*'-FAaB0b TBOCB. 

mt. 



IIM. 



IT, 



$395-5! 

^^^FOIID FABBL DBUVBBT. 



im. 



ED COTTAOE 
Lake. Phone 



l^^gr^— CHBVBOLBT TRUCK. 
^gQ-^dM PABBL DBLIVBBT, 



UOAT LDMBKR. CBDAB. 
oak stock: lo« 
• 1.35 per pair, ahas 



r^ABlN CRUISER^ 38 FT LONG, »Vi FT 
\-' beam. 18-horsepower marine engine. 13 

miles per hour Box 9338. Colonist 

K-IXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO BUY 
I J 30-ft auxiliary aalUnc aloop Fidget: 
compleieir equipped. With twe ksrttos and 
sailer Phone, day, OH M; BlBhl. O MTO 

¥ 

Sll 

V 
N 

IIM 



/OR sALx-18-rr . ALSO ae-rr. cabin 
launch. 8-b,p. Palmer eaelae. Arm 

strong Bros. 



,-<OR SALE NEW TWELVB-FOOT BOW 

boat 44'i (Inrar Road. 

EW FOURTEEf: TOOT IJtUNOH HUm 
4. Late Brahorse 18, A-1 condition, 
J. Newman, Haanlchton. 



PRACTICAUsT aBAMD 
prieod eeaae fw sbMb 

10, ColOBlSl. 



mHAWNIGAN. 
^ furnished csmp 
Fhene O 8330, 

T"„*e 

comfort 



ARM, 
BSBt. 



FABTLT 
III 



--SHIEUNG." CADBOBO HAT'^ 

L new guest house: reasonable: evonr honn 
Aftern oon teaa. Mlaa Lees. B 7175 

ESU V1U8 LODOB. 8ALTSFBING is- 
land, under new management. Comfort- 
able Tasty meals: good flgblos, self : gandy 
beach: tennis Low ratea. For sbJsisisbI 
write f or roser vstlo Bs. Oguness F.O . 

V'OUR VACATION WILL BB A OCLIOHT 
I at Orandvlew Lodge on bOSBUfel 
Mayne Island Flshlno. boatlne, bBthlae 
tennis, hiking among boautlfol 

Low weekly ratea, MM * — 

and good table biBfH 
lor. proprietor. 

«A OOTTAOBS BMB 



. < 

tmiTBD 

TBIM M. Phoa* 'IM* 

BvoBiaes 



THOMAS PLIMLEY. LTD 
PACKARD SPORT PHAETON 
Economical to operate. II milea Or more 
to the gallon of gas. Sport dealgn. wall 
cared lor by previous owner: mechanic- 
ally In the best o( running condition: 
1134 licence. Oood tlrea. I extra spares 
Nearly now jtbaM Ms aad aidr . u,-t*ino 

TODATB man * i w 

BUT 'Tl'^'f 

8TAR 

SEDAN •ir«/«» 

FORD 1»M 4-CTUBDBB SLitft 

OOUFB •JM-.rtf 

rOHTIAO DE I.t'XE COUPE. SQfU) 

IMS) ILOOO ,n;l-s VWV 

MANY OTHERS 



(SAILBOAT WITH AOXIUART BNOINX- 
f> Steel esntrs board. Boat needs 

pnintins, but otBsrvIss In good condition 
Will sell -aa Is" for IIM A barggln 
Apply Hatfs Hardware. 

SNIPE CLASS SAIIJIOATS BUILT, 
croft. Robert! Bsv Rldrr-v 



HAT 



w 



'ANTBD— TWELVE-FOOT ROWBOAT 
M flBl betleai. Appir Box 148 



Y yeeaa 

(loirist 



Col . _ 

W ANTBD— MOTOBBOAT. OVBB TWBN 
ty foot: hull snd sewlns la good sssi* 

dlllon. ~ 



r^omoovK BAT— TBan-aooM fob- 

\J nighed eottsse to yeat Fbeae < » 

T\BBP COVB. OR XNLBT— TO tST FOR- 
Mf nlahad_jn(l*>f9*t eBtlBSi. ssehMed. 

Phone B ' 



F^on BALB-FOtm-BOOM nOUSB. IN 
excellent condition: one hundred feet 
of waterfronlage. on west side of Shawnl- 
gai) I,ake. off new road. Applr Owner 

phone E MftS 

I.^URNIBHBD COTTAOB TO LET AT 
1 SMBM UMk er «« ssU sbeap. 



SALB OB 

M7 fumlabsd sMta«o 

Phone OTIM, 



KtLT- 
Uks. 



I ANOFOBD LAKB WATXRFRONTAOX 
■li Feur-roOM eottsss. furnlghed: garage, 
elly welof. olsstric Ileht. Apply Ml Bay. 

rAPI.E BAY POUR-ROOMED FUR- 
nished rnltate JuW. Auiust light, 
water laid on. Mrs. Prerlon, R M D I, 
Dun. an 

• 

MARGARETS BAY, OOROON HXAD— 
Four-roomed furalsBe# eeMsse, iMBe 
gittine-room. open r ' 
Rewboat AJbioa 14 



rfctMLBT'B 



itie Tatee M. 



omi 



JAMESON MOTORa USED CAR 8PXCIAL8 

ItIO Btudebsker Oeoamsnder "r* Recsl 

Brniishani Sedan. like nsw: gig 
wheels, steel trunk on rear. MQ i K 

Co«t 13,000. rrdtired to VWrtJ 

1930 Hiudrbakrr f Touring In a 
new condition, redueed to .. 

INO DeSolo ' 8" Sporl 
class condition, 
reduced lo 



$445 

ir. in first- 

TO5 

1(30 Chrysler ' 8 ' Badan, •'^il.^ 

reduced lo ^y±0 

! $ 95 



UM Coach. 



7M 



MonoM. vn. 



OIUI 



I" )AflUOIA BAT— LABOB WATBBFBONT, 
Two eetugea for rent: aleo part of 
laive hoaae, prlvaU bath. etc. B. DuM, 
BB. I. Kdney, Phone trX. Sidney. 

CABOM AND COTTAOBS AT 
Deep Owe. Safe bathlns for ehll- 
i Oood nabiae Frleoo roaeonable 
MX. Mrs. C. Moses 



craw 
*ICmm 



SHAWNIOAN LAKI, TO BMTa BBUR- 
reoes^ eettsee Mr aMBM m Mr 

*-»l. Colonist 



> Boa MSI _ _ 

IHRBB^OOM nmMIBHED COTTAOK 
Portaga lalst: private bea'-h, clooe 
Phon o B t|M. 

mo LET. * AT OOBOOTA BAT. 
I niahed S S tl aee. islii 
SMI7. 



bus 



njB- 



— BBMT ^- . . _ 

BWksd eoMsee. Fortsee latot 
fWveto beach. Phona RlStl 




^I'TOMOBII F S 

RAnlATDBS AND riNDCBJI 

A"~0TO BAOtATOlT BOOT AND~FKMDBli 
»i.H|tlgM Workmanahio IBM saaass 



^UROim« BPOB ^ 



rita nAiB 



Jj^BW TRAILER POR^BALJB. 



,TVIUI TPOB OU CAB IN OM ONB 



Rocmy. 




TOWN 



. sisoa e s r 

SEDAN, porfoet atoier. SBoeUont tires, 
smart appoaraaos. IBlM l M 
like new 



BEAUTIFUL BHAWNIGAN LAKE. REAL 
snap. Watorlroat lot. MsIM; choice 
location Sandy beach, level, no rock 
Maanllirent view: motor right onto lot 
Ideal buUdiiis or laiup site, and we believe 
Its the best available lot on the lake re- 
gardleaa of pnrr JUS, cash or Wnaa. 
Bos 151. Coloniy 



The aaa«al meeting of the donors and 
■iBaenbera of the institution will t>c held 
|b the Nureea' Home. Richmond Road, on 
VMdsy sfternoon. June 15, at 4 o'clock 

Bnstaoas: Recelvtns tha report of the 
Dlieetora. the Bon. Treasurer' s statement 
for the flaeal ported ending Daccmbar 11. 
nil. and election of four Directors 

The folloalng Directors retire and ara 
eligible for re-elecUon: Mrs J. Phethean. 
Meaarg. Cbarlas WIBIbbm. » t. Draks and 
Otorse McOreeor. 

All donors of monev of 1100 and up 
wards, and annual .-uh^cribers of t5 and 
upwards, _ara eUe lbls to vou for lbs slec 
Uoa el SBbBBH, 



1st 



1303 nnvernment tt. 



,tOR SAUt. RENT OR TICADE -THREE 
lota on Island Highway at ParksvlUe, 
one step to boeob. M. Dursnl. Cralsflower 

P.O.. Tloterle. . 



xiiai 



To CI.OSE AN EST ATB— FAMILY HOME 
on sheltered waterfront A bargain to 
close un estate This Is a real home, well 
built and modern, aUam haat; tour fine 
bedrooms with Iota of cupboard space; 
dlnlns-rooon with h«Ut-ln deek-bookcage 
and buffet: spacloBs eatraaoo ball and 
drawinR-rooita: large kitchen and gOttUery: 
cloak-room fine baeement, fuel elevator: 
modern bathroom, waahroom on ground 
floor: toilet In baeement. FlraV-elaaa ma- 
terial thrMtshoitt. bardvaed; lacsa varante 
ground floor and large veranda. «tth bed- 
rooms opening out. on sseead fleer. Gsrden 
slopes to water: bBthtiifM M j il B t This 
will be sacrlfleb* MTHJMl ASSMaMK 
No agents 



TWO LOTS FOR SALE UNOBSTRUCTED 
view of kurroundlns country. Health- 
leat part of city, ton of Bmlth a HIU. Mual 
be sold. Cheap Nine ac rea for gSlgk BSSt 
part of Mill Bay waterfront. FhsaS OMIS. 



\'ERY ATTRACTIVE NEW STUCCO 
V bunsalow, charmingly altuated In park- 
llke groundg (1 to «'i aeree. ag dcglrod): 
splendid district: low taxea. Hot- water 
heating: five rooma: estra-larse llvlns- 
room: tile tour-piece bathrooaa. Owner 
leavinc city, will ascrlflce. Apply CVaer 
Box 97. Colonist. 



AFIH8T ri ASH HOME OF 8 ROOMS, 
gas ranee and Hrinlzman piano In- 
elvded. 11,100. A sacrifice. No agents 
Bos IM. Oelsaist. 



ANimr, COMPACT. nVE-ROOMED 
atueee bencalow can be built on your 



lot for ll.TSe, 
Fhoao BM17 



abgoiutoly guan meed 



>(OUNTRY HOMB. HALF BLOCB OUT 
side city, siege M e« BBS. Aptly 

1845 Kings Road. 



U^HY PAY RENT? 135 PER MONTH, 
Including InUrest. wlU purchase five 
room gtucco bungalow, with flnlahed attic. 
Oood residential locality, eloas pomilar 
beach and achool. No eaah panasal re- 

qulre*: Price 13,000. Apply OWBOT, Bex 

188, Colonist 



JUST OFF OAK BAY AVBNVB 

Reduced from Oil AAA 

$7.M0 to «IP^,VW 

Terma — t5M. balance to suit purchaser 
Well planned alx-roomed aoml-bungalow 
Immedlato posaesslon. Why psy rsntT 

CLOeS TO BBBNTWOOD BAT 
Oholes fear seres, aader cuitnaimn. 

^irv*"*'- ^i.o.-io 

JUST OFF 8HELBOURNB STREET 
iCloee-ln) 

Attrsctivs flve-rpomed bunsalew (aMdem> 
Pi sBs rty UMlM; isuaMQata 
Taxes eaty IM. Lbms 



A C«sh Income and a 

HOBM M 



firaefoot Estates 

T^o aad ono-haU mllaa from Victoria 
I :>> Mall a country Ufa awalu the 
man of vlalon. In a aatuns unrivalled 
on MB naMBial IM i B ailiilMiU lly 
of esM aa4 MbbMM sarfiMMMMB 
city sdUBMBls — telephone, electric 
Uaht, asBll SsWvsry. pubUe and bleb 
schools. eemmaalMhaJI eaa plsy- 
siuui.da. church, flBMHl ftlMll end 
collescs nearby. 

Free advica and aaslstanco by exports 
In charge of dssoBstraUea taras on 



vttb DBtM 

IMS B oash ■ a rh sl for 
ye«r mbBmIb al »«bv deorw 

aaatorlals delivered at re- 
prices. 

OeMBtsls and Asiatics exrlndrd from 
Mraaeabip. leaaehold or o. upaiuy 
A small cash payment with a tn^nUily 
Installment of not more than >i;o<i. 
Including intrre.vl. places you oii )uur 

CITX CONVE.NIENCES 



wwuL * wnumn utam 

BsahMlve ~ 



see Di'N<iMriR bt.. vanoouvbb. b.o 

Rafercn e l!oy»l Bank ot Csrs la 

PEMBEBTON B SON LIMITED 
Vietorta BsprsssataUvos 




BABOAXBS IN NORTH SAANICB 

I IMBIOX FBOFWOTS 



Be MOSES MeOBBOO B, 

NoUeo Is hereby elven that all persons 
havlni claims upon or against the estate 
of Mu.seh McOrrsor. deceaaed. laU of 3311 
Shakespeare Street, Victoria. B C carpen- 
ter, ara required to aead to me. the un- 
dersigned, executor, at 1MB Creeeent Road. 
Victoria. B C , full particulars Of such 
claims or demands, duly vended, on or 
before tha 10th day ot June. 1114, when 
the eatato of the SBld <8lliia< wtU be dis- 
tributed AU persBae- BMMMi« to tbs said 
Moaes McGraaM BM le^Mf M Wf» Ue 
of thBlr HMBiltVB MMB M Mk 
f ortbaitth. 

M MMi «By ef May. mL , 

JAMBS T. arorr. 



& ROBERTS 



WrIU or Phone 



aXDHBT, BC. 



CITY PBOFEBTT 



ViPLENUlD BUILDING 
Just off 



LOT. 144 Z 70, 

Barsala. less 




rpO WIND UP ESTATE -TWO OOOD 
JL building lots, price 185 and 1100. Act 
quickly Saanlch Realty, 15M Quadra 

Phone EOOOl 



ACKEAQB rOB UMIM 



AM CBUOBD TO SELL MY PROPERTY 
Ot Bowaer. above Qualicurn 100 
acres, with half mile waterfronU good 
besch, all good land. Would Mke a 
splendid aub-dlvlalon. Am aaklns IM an 
acre, but will accept the nearest offer to 
this price, aa I Intend to dispose of this 
property; so if you are in the market (or 
a WaaSarfBl bartam. ohnne (i^379 



NOTICB 



To wind up sn oaUto. tenders srtn bo 
received by the underslsned up to the I5th 
dsy of June. 1114. at the hcui of u o clock 
noon, for the purchasa Ot Lots I and 18. 
Block • <■ ' of Huhiirban Lot 3, Victoria 
Cltr. being Number lgl4 Quadra Btreet 
(together with the buildings thereon). 

The bigheat or any Under not aseee- 
ggrlly aeeeptod. 

Dated thta Mth dsr of May. A.D. IM4. 

J. BTOART TATE8. 
•ll'U OsateBl Balldlas. VIeterlB. B.C. 



OOBFOBATKm OT 

SAANICB 

A reward of I5M will be paid for Inlor 
matlon which will lead to the arrest and 
conviction of the person or persons who 
on Friday, the let day ot June, damaged 
by tire the McKsaM Avsaes Bebool and 
othsr bvUdlaas. 

A. A. BABKOfs 
M MlBS. 



ChiiN MMiis SHn 

OAK BAT 

Beach Drive, close to golf Unkg and 
hotel. Miperb marine view. Ogie Of IBS 

few choice aitea left in this leeetlea. 

Pries Bl.BOO 

BeanttfMl eB-IBet leU. on Marine Drive 
la the aevker Place aubdlvlalMi 



Deeble seraer ea Bowker. nicsly stad- 
dsd with eek treoo; IM s IM.B400 
BM, MM M. Mth MB VtBW. 

S$ NHl«««aaB«««B«s«a«Ba«Bfl 



Mtterman, Fomii i €#. 

MS viiw ^rKl'rT 



MflttI eOLOIUL 



ROCKLAND AVENUE 



\CRB LAND. SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, 
soms repairs; sMseMat 

Box 114, Colonist. 



^LOBE-IN QUADRA BTRXXT 
fsmlly home (or sale, cheap. 



IID 

BIM5 



EIGHT - ROOMED MODERN HOUSE 
With garage, Sreplacs and furnace 
BoMlovarded gtreet^nsei •«>»d^' walklae 
dirtance to town. OlMO. 



■CHJR SALE— A FIVB-ROOH BUNGALOW 
r In flrst-claaa condition: new Durold 
roof Rents for 130 00 month Also two- 
room collaae, rented al JlOOn niorilh. On 
two loU; Uxea (or all ».S on month Near 
aoa. ear. school and rhurri, No reason- 

ablejsWe r refu a ed O 222 '. 

i^WUB ROOMS. FULL PLUMBING CF 
P mont baaesMnt. Comer lot. rn r 
B, baleaee BMrtBete. would 
BBb BBfi 



A 



ICT SNAP 

to jjfLM>r>o 

TTRACTIVE (Ive-rooraed bungalow 
which was built five yeara aao. 
Owner In need of funds. Heavy gaertfles. 
Open fireplace, built-in features, ssateat 
baaeBMBl. BM^ fawaos WeBMr «ls- 
taaos M hMMM Ms M i i mm oar Mrs. 

DISTRICT 
Umbered. No reek 

,"^^.....$900 



only <mM> 



FOUI. BAY DISTRICT 
Reduced from 14,740 



..$2,750 



11,850: . 
consider 

EM3I, _ 

4 0R0E. HIOH LOCATION WBLL- 
b'lUt stucco bunsalow. (our rooms 
and dlBStto, Pembroke bath, open fireplace 
Osraes. I1,M0. eibbs 



T OVELT HOME OF FIVE BUNNY 
I J rooma, strictly modern and in 
splendid condition. Fumsce, ssrass. sbund- 
ance of (rults, flowers and shade trees. 
Beautiful oiiilonk la hlBb Oorg* district. 
Two lots, each 54 X IM. ft'^T^^O 
Our best buy I 

MACNIOOL A CO* 
XOSU: Xvenlngs E 5717 



NORTH QUADRA DISTRICT — LABOB. 
modern, new (our-rf»m bungalow, full 
slae basement, hardwood floors. (Ireplace. 
Good locality Box 303. Colonist 



V'OUB FBBBBMT BOAT IB TRADE ON 
J a asw aao — Bewbests or launchoa 
HATCBOFT. B o b e rta Bay. Sidney. 

0,7 X 78 X S-FOOT DR AUGHT CABIN 
flshboat: 16 h p medium duty: Al 
condition G 8330 or Box 9317 Colonist. 

4-CTUNDER NASH ENOINE FOR .SAlj; 
Just overhauled Apply Box 71, Col- 
onist 

1 A TO 14 FT. ROWnoATS D JONES, 
XU 880 Dallas Road 

^VbPEEDBOAT wrni ENfllNE. 150. 
worth 1150 Phon e F 47 1S ^ 

i-FT, I^tUNCHTl-H P . NkARLT NEW. 
71. Colonist. 



8AANICH HOUSB BARGAIN 

ORILLIA STRBBT. WELL-CONSTRUCTED 
house conUlnlng five rooms, pantry 
and bathroom, baeement. barn chicken 
houae. garaee. two large sardon lots 



XSSm la the WtiTmrifuTe 
aaS tm fSrtr.MS sash. 



Bsak of TerenM BMb- tdM 



Btreet 



14 



16 



QQ.it. CKOIBBR FOR SALB 



CAPTAIN 

A Hands. Fulford Barber. B.C. 



/ \NE OF THE BEST OFFERINOS OF 
' ' today and on tarma tl at will Interest 
you. New, modern atuccu bungalow o( 
exceptionally pleaelns appearance, with 
interior gpaeloug »»* 
altuated on a larse let, JBot ouMdo city 
limits, for f3.10B, ea MfMS el ljy_ seg^ 
and balance pttMMB Mt BMBIBMs lb 

terest at i'r 

MARA, JOMM * CO., LTD. 
laia Broad St. FBOBO BM M 



IS BUSINB88 OPPOBTlTIfTmS 



A REALLY GOOD CDNnRJ 1 lONBR Y 
business In best part of Slty. Low 
rental, i.ivins ouartera. peeapesgMaa, 
tobacco and Ice creaa mse. MBM ILIM, 
■ Mt, ColonUt. 



r:^XBCIITBD at ONB OB MOKX OOLOBB. 
' are eee M ^ BBM torelble BMaas 



Ig lbs very 
NMhta 




SKA FBONTAOB 

OAK BAT — MeBBlflsoBt view: sendy 
beach Fbbt reeBWi new roof: newly 

painted 
waterfront 

on terma. 



«BT. tT«>. 



B4731 



OAK BAT — nOBPnONAL 
Modern fwrnlshed stucco 



BARGAIN 

Modern fBtBlahed stucco bunnalow. 
nesriy new. Fear rooeu and dlnett^ l-ft. 
cement bageawnt. bardsreed BeM B.slestrts 
rsnse. new ObsstoriteM sails. 
Oeraes. BMBllfBl lesstlan. 
osewpaney. IS.OM. B SMB. 



d \AK BAY tJVROE nVE-BOOMED COT 
* ' taie well built, three piece bathroom 
plaatered: llroplace In Uvlns-roooi. In ex 
cellent liibMMm Oeraae. Iamb lei».eeed 
aoii Oloee M SM. me weei. itJM. 

B U4I. 



TH8 COLONIST 



iBieeiM 

aaaeeoBOSBeese 9'*W 

— I •» 

1118 BUICK ft*>*\n 

SEDAN ^mm't\t 

1S3I NASH SPECIAL ft'HtX 
SEDAN ,7,» 

FORD V-l TUDOR DB LOXE. smooth 
motor, appearance •.*i^^l 
Uka new ^p. »« »U 

DODGE and tIRAMAM SEDANS al 
Special Prices 

NATIONAL MOTOR CO . LTD 
■It Tbtos St Phone O 1177 



UU 



OHRTSLBB SBDAN, 

ThU ear Is In p~~^ 
niee condition . 
PONTIAC SBDAN 

isn 

FORD 

OOUFB 

FORD WOOD TRUCK. 



_ - CTUNDBR 
$28i) 

$425 

OBOtL \Hv UOTOMB, 
I aad OMmbsMIo BoIoo and I 
•U Teloo Mroot 



••••eeeeee* 



OMBAF TRANBFOBTA1 

Six hmU cars, with iie 

M SB Freai ii» n'* iM.M 

■SBBV ID MUTUAL 
M» TbMB 



OCBST HOCBB OF 40 ROOMS 

I.^URNISHBO ROCSBKBXFING ROOMS. 
^ near Cathedral Splendidly paylns all 
throush the depreaaloa. Cwnei retiring. 
On market for Brat Ume at S^-|000 

barsain of ....^^'VW 

PBMBBBTOB ft MIB. VTO. 
I Port St Phone G 1314 



YrtOR BALB - OARAOB AND BBRVtCE 

r stauon. eeaiplew: three paeiM end 
- - — 81, Ooarloaay. T.I 



tqaiptr- 



PO 



L UNO ESTABLISHED ROpMINO HODBB. 
^ eloee-ia. eleven r siaig '•Jf^!^^ 
w6oo 



OPBTT BOOO or M NO O MS 

I.'^URHIBRBU nOOSBKBBFTNO BOOMS, 
near Cathedral Splendidly ttayina all 

r.i.rute 



- ...... Bplendldi 

through the depression. Own 
On markal (or first lima at *•> lU^t 
banein of ... VOsUW 

ITON A SON. LTD. 

Phone O 1114 

— rsBrr wnm"$m and 



rpiiis attractive asTSB>reem stneeo resl- 
-a. dence waa built about tour years asn 
Hardwood floora la the hall, reception 
room and dlnlns-rooai: larse srsniu fire- 
place, bullt-ln featurea: esment baeement, 
laundry tube, hot-air furnace: garage 
Complete tile drain around the beogs. Lot 
about 300 feet In depth. Temg: I7M eeeh 
down. bsUnce like rent, gebjsel to ILtM 
mortSMO al 1%. la iB i il M l t e SBMBlBen 
This Is a esBBtas ibbb. 

H O. DALBT A CO.. LTD. 
M4 View Btreet. Oppoglte Bpencer'g 

$»^»rf| CASH and balance as rent burs 
atfelU cholse flve-roor.i bungalow In 
Fairfield. Bxcellent condition, polished 
floor; full eement baremenl. furnace, sep- 
srate garage. A real buy at only 13.100. 

ANOTHER Fairfield bargain la offered 
at tl.lM with 1100 cash and assume 
mortgage of 11.000. Nice five-room bun- 
galow and separate garage. In nice dlatrict. 
This cannot be eseallod. 



I'-KJR BALE -SMALL BOAimTT STAMD- 
1^ ins timber. Saaalsh. six adlse etit. 



Phone E 4545 



^ ^NE AND A QUARTBB AOBBB. WATTO- 



- - front, three-r — 
mile eirele: aecluded. 
Phone Colqulta 14T 



800KB WATERFRONT, SEMI FINISH 
kenaslnir OMM, er Box Ooi- 



oetst 



iOI^ABLE FOR FRUIT 
AND POULTRY 

THIS DBHRABLB PBOPBBTT la located 
within the ten-mile circle from Vic- 
toria. It consists of (Ideen acres of soed 
land, eight of which ara cleared and 
under cultivation. There are two acres of 
black bottom land, the balance good fruit 
land. There Is a coosfortable house to 
liYO la, also a pteksrs* houss. The home 
orchard eonatatg of over fifty bsarine treee. 
several varieties of applea. thrss varletlee 
pesis, six varieties pluma. street and 
cooking cherries. There sra two scree of 
losanberrles and fl(ty bearing arnpa vines, 
and a youns orchard of 310 Golden 
Dcllcloua apples As the property has a 
fun west slope, aad U shsltsred from 
wtnda. sn fruits sre sagursd of msxlmum 
development An ample water sapply " 



assured by numerous springs iBf SB PO'- 
poses, indudine. irrtsa Uo B. . T elgBwe 
etoye^yn BBS PBWM, »f»iii MW tor 



To close an estate, tendora win be re- 
eolved by the undersigned, up to the JOth 
et Jane. llll. for the purchaae of Lots 
1. 1. 4, 5. 8, 7, 13 and II. Block 6. Section 
83 Plan 1384. Victoria District, being No. 
11S7 Cook Btreet itoeetber with the buUd- 
lass tbsvsea). ^ _ . _^ 

Also Let B, SsbBmi U, FIsa UH, Tie- 

toria Dtatrlet. _ . 

The hishsst or say teadsr BM Bsese- 
ssrlly soeeptsd. 
Datsd this Ith day ot June. 1M4. 

F. M. RU88XLU 17 Boyd Street. 



IB BB BSTATB OP MABT ANN DUTCBEB 



lau 



OR near offer. 



and onc-hal( acre In beautiful garden, 
close lo ocean, magnificent unobrtructed 
view of water and mot;ntalna. Built two 
rears, complete In every detail. One of 
tha finest Incatlona on the peningala and 
only five miles from centre of city. Itlsbt 
consider small elssr deed houss ss pert 
payment. 

HERE Is a bargain for you. Three and 
a half acres land, cleared, with 
five-room bungalow, for only 1500 cash. 
Five flUnutos' walk to school, church, poat- 
offlM M OBWi S han. 

W. 3. OILLILAND A COMPANT 
13M Broad Btreet O 1741 



'7 ACRES, SAANICH, CLOSK IN ALL 
I planted New barn, grade "A . tar- 
age; orchard Sacrifice to close an estate 
Box 154. Colonist 

SAANICH. ~8IX MILES OUT 
Thirty - eight acres, part 
cleared: five- roomed bungalow, fraehly 
decorated; small barn. Phone B SMI. 



$2,000 



__Be« 

■llh targe 



BRBNTWOOO BTBOIAL 

•.*;.-),•; —CASH, fun pries. Twe 
V'}^'} One. three rooma WL 
sleeplns porch, and one. two rOOSgS, Stand 
Ing on over an acre, within 300 fsot of the 
water Both cottages furnished as Sum- 
mer homes Lend under cultivation with 
leesna, atrawlterriea. raspberrleg and cur- 
raatg. Very fins sptMB. TBM Btlitr t y Is 
a greet gaeriflee. eal has to be sold 
quickly. 



•U"'fl -ONE ACRE ORCHARD AND 
CO«f small roltaga at DSSP Oeee. Oegjd 
aoll Sparling. Estate AsSBl. BMliey . TeL I. 

II XljiuM.^ISBS~Stoilfl<. fiver frontage 
thirty cleared, and numerous 

' *rr:..$6s000 

Easy Terms 

JOSEPH C BRIDOMAN 
804 Broushton Btreet E-lsbllshed 1858 

Albert Burdon. Real Estate Dept 



152.") 



NXAT little four-roeatad oot 

1 l:i>e Fleclric llsht. full plumb- 
1ns. and p^rilv ri,rii:>.l>ed Quarter acre 
loi. f:'iit ircf- IjOcat'd In Saanlch Taxes 
01. ly J 1 1 'lO A real buy 

01 >)'~/l PAIR cash payment, balance 
nM ._.»'' rent at 8'i A flve- 

roomeii :m;i bungalow, facing on one 

street, and a two-roomed cottage, facing 

So other eUogt. both en the game lot. all 
exoeUeal aondiUon with smh fl r e p taee. 
m^Nweh. ^22m. le s B W d, etoM to 

AOBNCIBB 



O IMl 
BMM 



174 Telee Strgot 



i\AK BAT BUNOALOW: 8BA VIBW 
* r cleee to heach. street csr. acboola 
Five rooma down, two upatalra. plastered. 
•t>clos«d stairway Oak floora. furnaee. 
Garaee Almost new Claar Utlo. WouM 
like cash offer Box 103. Colonial. 



RBCBNTIT AND WELL-BUILT PTVB- 
reeaMd haaset elsctrle Mebt. aico 




frail. earMOk 

.•IliBOO 



ABoai 



8TUOOO BUNOALOW OP 
raowva In Oak Bay 




Taaas MB. ' Frieo ll.MB. 

VNEW OOTTAOB. tbfeo extra large 
rooms Q'liet Street la James Say 
Splendid lot Price IIJM. 1140 cash, 
balance like rent 

N'ORTH QUADRA — Mneco bungalow, 
four rooms Wonderful vle< with low 
ta<es Only 11.840 
t SLOBE-IN 
I A reel 
terma 



0 7341 



IT- ROOM STUCCO BUNOALOW IN OAK 
BAY. WITH LOTS. FOR ONLY tl.SSO 

rt-ROOM STUCCO BUNGALOW. PAIR- 

o rtmA WAumm —taiiob re 



BKAOTTPOL 7-IIOOM BTOODO 
NBAB OFLANOB. A MIAP A 

HBRBS A LTTTLB DBS 
l-BOOM BTUOpe BOI 



_ IB. 

AT MMB 

LTTTLB DBSAM ROM 

BOHOALOW AT 

.T 1340 



WATCH OITB BMSUIT 
FOR BSAL SNAPS 



ALDXB ft SONS. LTD. 



BI141 




ft 00. LTD. 



BIMl 



KB OF NT. 
BTBEET 

. ^1 Reception hall: Au- 
thentic Colonial llvlng-room 
with flreplarc, dlnlns-room 
and gunroom; den, paaeUed 
In blreb: oeBMtoMIX BMrtSSBd 
kitchen, 

BKCOND PLOOBi Four bedrooms 
two tiled bathrooms: separate 
m.tM's quarters, with balh- 

BA8t.,WENT: Hot water heating 
pUnt: eardeasr's reeMi ehll- 
drsB's plsyrooai wlUi kve- 

tory: Isundry room. 
SPECIAL PEATUBEK: Double gar 
age. stael girder lolata: beau- 
tiful garden (M aers) e( 
eversreen ahruba; Iswn and 
flower lerdons: srssnhouse 
ploeslne snd wol|..escl tided 
private aarden at rear of 
re.Mden le 

NOTE: This moat desirable home lo 
altuate In VicterB's preailer 
realdantlal aectlen. aad vtth- 
eut doubt Is one of the city's 
ggoet beautiful homes For 
price and further particular^ 
and appoint merit to view mav 
be arransed with the exclu 



AB Hf8sas BbtIbb clsims against the 
estate ef Mary Abb Dutcher. deceased. 

intestate, formerly of the City of Victoria. 
Province of British Columbia, who died at 
Lakewood In the Btate of Ohio. U.B A., on 
or about llrd October, IMl. are roeulred 
to deliver the aame fuHy verified to the 
undornleiigd ea er before noon en sat. 
urdBP. nu ^. A.D i;"„^„^, 

Solicitor, IIM DobMM Slrsil. 

Vlri'.tls. B C 



OAK BAY 

Ray this new ateeeo banealow. ea very 
aasr terms. Five roomc. oak floorg, 
lUoa Blak and bathroom, an modern 
balH>lR fssturea, furnace, tubs and 
M baosment. CharmlnB location 
Phone for appslBlMeBt 



P. R. BrowM $ tout, Ltd. 

Seal Batata aad Ptaaaelal Aseai, 



7 Aeree. Wool ■aealsB Bead. 90Mr 

cleared. All kiBdS ef sMeksn heaaes 

and outbuildings. Water earsi-e llxht 
and phone. Bungalow f ir rooms, 
three years old Only »i -voo 

ARTin L HAYNES. LTD. 



Auto In. 
IM ffOBT BIBCKT 



irrllon* 



OfftoB SI 



TOCLOSEAN ESTATE 



BM Tratch 



I 111 R«( 



$3i500 



Located In the best part of Fairfield, 
tbig modern home Is situated en e 
lot with a sixty-foot freateee. within 
walklnr distance of the City, close to 
street cars, parks, etc. Weald Biake sn 
Ideal home for a business man. Pnuhir 
sarass. Let as show yeu evsr. 



Gilletpie, lirl i 



BUM 




Price 
M acb: 



S4 ACBBAGB WANTID 



WTANTBD TO BBHT— WFBOTBD FARM 
vV of fifty arras or mere, as a soWS 
eopeern with option to purchase. Oive 
full particulars Box 114. Colonist 

1\TANTED TO RENT WITH OPTION OF 

VV purchaae. farm, about ten scrss. with 



houi 



list 



rAIMS fOBMUl 



$5.0<K) 



FARM SPECIAL 
FIFTEEN acres, about elsht 
cleared: a four-roomed mod- 
ern bungalow, containing larse Heine- 
room arith open fireplace, two bodiooms 
and kitchen Oood basement, electric 
light and all the usual outbuildings 350 
fruit trees, two acres planted In loaan- 
berrlea. nice rock sarden two acre, of 
good bottom land (01 vegetables, larse 

Sr'T M^um m im 'jjE^rrTr"- 
preporty. 



WITHIN 3-MiLE CIRCLE 

0(>en surroundings: lovely walka- good 
views. New. well-conatructed. flve- 
roomod ateooe bnaeelew. AU rooms 
large and weH flnlghod. Bxcellent llv- 
ing-room with fireplace Sea views 
Two bright bedrooms with cedar cloaeta 
Bullt-ln bath. Stairs to large windowed 
attic, apses here for two estre rooma 
Full basotasat, laaadry. hot-air fur- 
nace. Oa g BM. LarM lot m tsrden 
Price, ea 
terms 



$2960 

SAANICH 

Must sell Three-roomed hmiae with 
bath and aeptic tank, en tour large lota. 
340 feet by IM fSBls UV toXSO (IIS* 
Also good barn. 

Come In and see as sboiit thla pisee 
It Is worth your sttentlon 

^ \ X M' II nrPARTMl 

PenbeitM&StiiUd. 



SU Pert SA 



BMM 



Watertronl Bargiio 

About 12i (eel waterfront lot. nicely 
treed Five-roeai bttiiBslew. furnished, 
large veranda; also Isrss two-reom 
cabin, versnds: boa t b s e e s with beat. 
Garaee. paaus-beuM MM saflBt TMi 
piase SBM Mraer M4M aaS is aew 
nfferod St Itie tow pries ef sMip ItJN, 

V >>irh '. > " ' ^^srsaln 

W. J. %Mi\mi & Co. 

MM 




INSURANCB 

Limited 

FARMS 



OIM1 



Aar/ywRINB and three-quarter acres , 
ifS^MA ' faclae. on Glen Lake 



corde of . 
water aa4 

baraain 



Beadreda { 
A^ 



^1 -jut SEVEN ACRE (arm on Old 
Baai 



anleh Road, near Keotlngs 
Croea Rood Poor-reoasod eettaeo with 
electric Ueht ead eoed jMlae.. Oeed.up 



A LOVLLY FRUIT FARM 

Borne reera age a client of ours bousht 
a fruit (arm for I4,7M Now for tarn 
i!r res'ons he haa to leave aad BBS m' 
the price down ll.eM. 
The IM' i.eiiT conaleta Of B OBM tour- 

room bunsalow aiMl 9% aeroo. aoarir 
aU in fruit, altuatad on the Bast Saan- 
lch Rood. The bunsalow stands In a 
delightful setting of fruit treee and 
■ardeii. and the property enloya re- 
markable abelter froai the wind. The 
owner bee besa efeto M saBMe pradure 
on the nB« Bl sMaS prlsss b bis 



Mee, BS.Tft« 

Victorii Hornet fi Qirdent ltd 




574 Tl 



CUM 



BUBOALOW. 



ISM Deeslaa M 



FOR BALB PRIVATBLT 
(Or Throush Toer Own Assatl 
DB LOXB RBBIDENOC 
Nine reoM. fear belArooms Ooubls sarass 
OII.<MtAnO aOT-WAI 



eOes kef ere M» 1. A UM. 




BMSMB BtaaBlBBe SiMB 

SBOAL BAT MOMF l^'wv^ oR NEARBBTIi oi > .'er Bl3| 9t tk,' ». 'SH 
oOes kefers M» 1. A UM. | 



I A^tttf 9 



A 

»>rr-ACRB DAIRT FARM. ten acres 
riaarod: bam (or twenty head dairy, 
power-house; water under preaaure by 
SasWilne saclas. five-room modern house 
fall PtasBMaf: eleetric light plant, open 
Water laid on la .lBrx8._ tbroe 
averythino up-tesftMN BMaBB- 

BBICB KMS 



aoa Ferl Aireel 



Fkame » <i«< 



.'uit Mlkr an Of'er Pe!ow S19H 
Collide Deep Cone Witeftreii 
Astt Cimp Snap Revtnie. $14M 

six fiirnlstiefl r..1l«ee. i-lii" 

iMl PMMry Far* Bar|Sin. il&N 

Beven acres: house, three chicken 
housea. cottage, brrod'r ho uaegt,^ garage. 
Ample wood and water •IsoMe liSbi. 
Mala hishway. Taxes 121. 

FRASER BItCOE 

BA BBMi 



S7I HAMPSHIRE ROAR 

BOtm OAK BAT 

New Colenlal Bunealow ef SM roor' 
and '***£fi^J^ tenths jIaaMjai s*e 

letHa MitoArt M Mm sMm af.. ..!■.<. 



PenbertoR&SoR.Ltd. 




gont Hoiive 



Or 



$2.:«)0 



FOR QUICK . 

acrea. alx elaared alx-roomed 
howee. rtilefcen haueea for 1AM birds, tarse 
garden with some froiu |-—e — 

'""^"'bsb' u" 




MRSON S BAY LARRS 

ESOtlMAIT HABBOB 

WATrBraoNTAOB 
About 11 acres with water aad road 
naaiggg aot far XresB OBtNSdL Aeer- 

BeeasasaeeeeB* »9^9^ 

rAV ONm-tm flW) - 
Niee traed haflSMs SNA BMM one 

acre Price Stae 

I NION BOAIl. near Qaadra Cine nr 
two acrea Of sood land a t. per acre, ssss 
""~ " S Acrea. 

att«a. 




TnB.C.LAin>Al 

AOBiCT. Lm 



FOR RENT 



store. Just off Port 

15 feet frontaM**e*»,#>,««.l 
FuUy modern 




Port 



OIBM 



1 



She dosi aptendkUv ^ i i rr 
tpftuU, Bf 



i 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY. jl XK 10 i<>34 



Sons Capture Close 
Inter -City Fixture 
From ChemainuSy 4-3 

,TripK'H l»> WiiliaiiiH aiul ItarneM in Fourth Inning 
i'ro(iu(-«> >\ inning Kun — INxxllc Ihtfs, ( j*fe 
to l<ace bunit iomorrow Eveiuiig 



iMaNito aakt It 14 for < 
Rowvfw, IIm Mm mum 

I their half and tallied twli 



Mt trtpiM 

*Porky" Williaiii.s .•.ccDiid baseman, 
■fid Roy Batdm, eoerg«Uc badulop. 
to tta» tail if the fourth, vMch 

broke a M,4ead!i>< k ;ircouiUM for 
the winnlllff run m li.r Hons of Chu- 
ada'i 4-to-3 vl( lory ov -r Chemainus 
last evening, in the inter -city ball 
loop, at tbe Royal Athletle Pait. 
Hm iMM markad tte flnt of the 

witb the Up. 

WBI Jourriry 

to Obtmaatam today for the second 
»4f tiMaehedule, and tomorrow 
Foodie Dog Cafe wlU daib 
wttli Booi of Canada In Om toeal 
MgM at the Rejral Athletic Park. 

OlMiieliiui went after Lloyd Cann, 
flCMT starting: pltchor. In the first 
twplwy and pounded him for a pair 
id runs, and when uibinson nicked 
him for a trlpl in the Ant of the 
MMML Oann was waved to the dug- 
out and replaced by Tommy Mus- 
mrave, who finished In brilliant 
fashion. MuNRrave had hLs fiist ball 
working to perfection, his speed atul 
fine change pace proving a prob' 
lam to the visitors. Hn fanned ten 
•ad faUed to give a free ticket to 
flret. Hank OaUus went the route 
for Ohemalntis, striking out nine and 
fOui 

TAKE LEAD 

flFit batter to the plate 
for Ohemalnus, filed to Hainm In 
right, and Olll grounded out to 
Hilton. With two out, the visitors 
fctarted a raJly. Pete Wyllie singled 
and advanced to second on a passed 
ball. Mclnnee doubled to right, soor- 
Inc Wyille. and tUm D. 
safe on Morgan'a crrar. 
scored on the mlseue. Okada was 
rafe on a boner by Hilton, and then 
J. WylUc fanned to end the Inning. 

Robinson greeted Cann with a 
looc thrat-bafger as the sacood 
opened, and the Sdoi' twtrter went 
to oover in place of Musgrave. 
Oaihta walked, and finally Robinson 



for 

to life In 
twice. Haines' 
doul)!*- over thliil u Texas Leaguer 
s<-r.: e6 Mai old and Williams after 
iv^Mvv, uu: BamM HM to Ofeada 
to end the ralijr. 

ntSAK m 

HoiLs tied the score in the third 
when Fleming singled to right. He 
was sacrificed to second by Botanan, 
and floored on Hilton's single to left. 
WllUams met Oallus with a long 
triple to riKht field as the fourth 
frame started, and then Roy Barnes 
caught a straight ball to drive It 
to deep left for another trtpte to 
score WUUama with the wUmtag run. 
For the next five fraraea K 
nip-and-tuck, but the 
held to their 
the decision. 



Edmonton CradM 
Defeat Tulsa in 
Fira Uoof GoM 

|£DMOirroN. June ».-Kd- 



41-11. 

In the fh^ of the best ttirre- 
out-of-flve serle.s lor the l)n- 
deruiMKl rii>i.h\. emblematic 
of the North American wom- 
en's besketban rf«*-.ri—i^i || 
here toBlflik Tlia Onde were 
given a hard fight by the 

Amrrlcan Klrl.-^^ Ttie .^ec-ond 
game wUl be played Monday 



Stainback, Cub Rookie Sensation 
Shows Pals Th at He Can ''Take ir 

ExpPacific CoMi filoffgcr Who Batted Kiki Cuyler Onto Btaeh lUfoMi to Ltt 

Injury Make Him "Plat« Shy" 



^Gate of $350,000 
Expected for Title 
Bout on Thursday 



laad to take 



IVOR FUILER 




OPPORTUNITY 

" CALLS" 

A pnictlrally ntw. inod«rn ttueeo bun- 
sulow. UP to date In trrrr w«». with 
til Ihe Uteit itylc biillt-ln re(tiir«(. 
•te.: full camtnt baarnirnt. furnace, 
laundry tubi. OarMt Oak floorx. 
ar«plae«. Pembrok* bath, slMvar, etc 
Off«r«d Uu Uian ont-haU Mit a few 
mra see. A net baitala. 

OII1.T gMM. ni—— m 
MsooiTNT-UMa nmNiTvai 
rat laspMtloB. lUr." Care of 

L. If. RoMVMT ft Co., Ltd. 
lie Pal— mat, en n»m m. osmi 



CliemalniLS - AB R H PO A 

R^)blnson, 3b 4 0 1 1 1 

GUI, s s. 4 0 0 2 3 

P. Wyllie. c. 4 1 1 11 2 

McOlnnls, lb 4 I S • 1 

D. Wyllie, li S 0 0 0 0 

W. Hagg. c.f. 1 0 0 0 0 

Okada. 2b 4 0 0 3 2 

J. WyUle, c.f 4 0 10 0 

H. Hagg, l.f. ^ 4 0 0 0 0 

Oallus, p. ... S 1 0 1 4 

Totals . 35 3 5 24 12 

Sons of Canada— AB R H PO A 

Haines, r.f. ...... 8 0 110 

Barnes, c. 4 0 2 11 1 

Fleming, l.f. . 3 12 0 0 

ikaam, tJ. ^ — . t • t s o 

HUtOB. lb s 0 1 0 1 

Morgan, lb 3 0 o 13 o 

Harold, ss. 3 10 11 

Williams, 2b « 3 2 3 0 3 

Cann. p. ..... ... 0 0 0 0 1 

.Muagravg, S 0 0 0 l 



IF Y.U.C1 



Capture Native Sons Cup 
— G. Lawrence Interme- 
iliate Winner 



4 0 27 g 3 



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Score by Innlngi: 

Chemalnus 210 0 0 0 0 0 0--3 

Sons or Oaaada- 021 loo 000—4 
SUMMABY 

Three-ba-v hits. Robinson, Barnes, 
Wllli.'im.s. ri(m,nK; tWO-base hits, 
McOlnnis, Haines; sacrifice hits, 
nemlnc Holman, Hilton, Musgrave; 
stolen baaee, Okada. HUton; struck 
out, by Cann l, by Musgrave 10, by 
Oallus •; bases on b.'ill.s. off Cann 
1. off Oailus 4; pn-vsed ball. Barnes; 
double plays, Oallus to Robinson to 
GUI to Oallus to Okada, Okada to 
oui to McOlnnis; left on baaes, 
Chemalnus 6, Sons of Canada 8; 
hits off Oaan. S and 3 runs in 1 1-3 
Innings; hits off Mu-sprave, 2 and 0 
runs In 7 2-3 InnlnRs; winning 
pltx-her, Mu.sRrave; umpire, Mc- 
Gregor; time of game, 1 hr. N m \ n 



NET INCOME 

On Caah InvoatmoBt of 

$35,000 

To Secure I -le to 

Rtvenue Prtdioiii 
Priperty 

(Originally Costinx |92,S00) 

I Row (Hffrtd ftr WM% j 

(Suliiect to 5120 nnn Loan) ■ 

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Garnering twelve polnt.s in the 
events for boys under eighteen 
yean at the YJf.OJk. Mdmmlng 
championship gala, l^st night, Ivor 
Puller captured tlie Native Sons 
Trophy, grand aggregate prise. 
Runner-up was J. Mutton with 
seven points. B. MM wtth fMr 
tallles was next 

O. Lawrence with eight marks 
claimed first place In the inter- 
mediate class, with N. Tooaff sec- 
ond, terlno co ll e ct ed fire marks, 
and L. Stark third, with three 
points. 

In the Junior division. P. Muttcm's 
eight points put him in first place. 
S. Peden was second with three, 
and T. Roberts was third with one. 

Winners In tbe glrla* division 
were A. Adam, leader in the class 
for swimmer.^ under sixteen years, 
and O. French, first in her class of 
girls under fourteen years. 

As a special honor, the names of 
Ivor Fuller. O. Lawrence and P. 
Mutton wUl be Inscribed on the 
Junior Swimming Shlehf, In recog- 
nition of their ronque.st.s In three 
boys' divisions. Button awards will 
be presantid to nlMgg Adam and 
FYench. 



Rr Htaoi ii H (.roiK.i: 

(cBlral rr«M S»afU WrItM. 

CHiCAOO. May 10.— no CMiago 
Cuta' flnt gUmpae of their ontneld 
rookie rnn sat km . O eo rgii Tudur 
Stalnhack, wtmt veiy impressive 
Tuck was standtaig in front of a 

microphone strumn.inf; Iils ukulele 
and crooning .somethniK aU.ui that 
gra.Vi .-hack buck in Hawaii 

That uu uli-n: ua.^ ui a liolel lobby 
in AviU.in, CaUiliiia I.siaiul. two 
miiiitii.s ago. when there was a spe- 
cial Cub broadc^l 09$t ft Loe 
Angeles .station 

'Hie c-uh.s wondered what sort of 
a fiiap thus waa for whom the late 
William veeck had paid t7S.0OO. He 
surely didn't look like a ball plOMr 
and they speculatod en what food' 
a crooDor eooM 4o a ban elob with 
serious p— '"flttt mmWuLif^ 

They were aoon to dlaeovor. The 
Cubs were Upped off flnt by Roy 
Joiner, Cub southpaw rookie wiio 
while pitching for Oakland la.st \ ear. 
fired one that broke Slainback'.s 
cheekbone. That toUKh blow eame 

close to puttliiK "Hi hi.s . \( 
MADE COM£BACK 

"X told the boyi not to mlaUke 
this fellow." Joiner relates. "I was 
sorry I hit him, of course, but it 
proved he can take it and come up 
smillpg. Also, it never made him 
plat* shy In the least. When he 
got back In the line-up he stood 
right up there and took hit uaual 
natural cut at the ball. 

Joiner ha.s been jMoven right. TTie 
Cubs diiicovrred that their late 
president had made a good Iniy for 
seventy-five grand, an unneoemary 
price, as the Los Angeles club, for 
which stalnback playod for two 
years. U owned by tbe Wrigley in- 
terests. Stainbaek played In most 
of the oiddbitlon games, and the 
only flaw was in his fielding. How- 
ever, It Improved as the season 
n^red, and on the eve of the start 
of the 1034 batUe, Stainbaek learned 
he was to take KUd Ooylar^ Blaee 
in centre field. 

SUinback'.s hitting, hi.s ability to 
cover Kroiind and haul m the flies 
In the outfield, together with his 

base ruruiing. has not permitted 
Manager Charlie CMmm to OMMlder 
Cuyler's ntum. 

OVBBCAME OBSTACUn 

Stalnback rose to the majors In 
less than three years, which should 




Ballyhoo Sitttiug to Attract Cui^li ( 
GanMn-BMr Bout in Large ^ullli>en — (.liul- 
leoger Shows PttneliiBg Power for First TiiM 



George Stainbaek 
be undor par for the course. He 
was confronted wlth^tymles, aw^i 
them the fractured Ohosk bone, the 

175,000 price tag whleh the Cuba and 
Los Angeles hung on him for one 
year before they would allow him a 
promotion, the prospect of breaking 
into an outfield with such players as 
Riggs Stephenson. Chuck Klein, 
Cuyler and Herman, and an Injured 
leg in the first week' of the training 
sea.son. 

Tlie handicap.s were nothing to 
Goldilocks, a.s his male.s call him. 
He fit snugly Into Cuyler's shoes 
got thirteen hits in the first nine 
games and kept pace with Chuck 
Klein for tho b«it overago on the 
club. 



St a lnb a ok had never seen a major 
leafna game until he performed 

with the Cubs against the Pirates 
In an exhibition on the Coast And 
his trip with the Cubs to Chicago 
was tho flnt ttmo ho ' 



Durin g the past Winter Tuck 
dnww a truck far a moving company 
and filled In on radio programme.s 
occasionally. He won't have to drive 
trucks any more, but he doesn't 
mind the crooning and WlO haft 
plenty of opportunity on sport 
broadcast* around the NaUonai 
MOfUO circuit this sea.son to show 
oooeball listeners that he can olav 
■ndaiaff. 



AaaoelaM Ptm* a»orU WHtor. 

NEW VOKK. June 9 iAP).-All 
was bweeuiess and light In the 
prizefight bUiliiBM today as Max 
Baer w a p po d out of his lethargy 
and the eontrofe is y of his fitness 

t" battle PrlmO Camera next 
ITiuraday night pepped up excite- 
ment at tho tac ofOioo. 

As long queues formed at the 
Madison Square Oarden box offices 
and the uiultiKMvund grapevine.s re- 
ix»-ted gaoo.ooo already In tbe treas- 
ury, tho votwoiii could thtek back 
only to another iMMiit pondW in 
ring history. 

In 1930. when Camera made his 
first appearance In MOW York, ev- 
eryone warned tho tallhftf Ihnt his 
technical foeman. Big Boy Peter- 
son, would be present for one round 

at the uKxst The faithful listened j se<;i„^ ' ^Ji^ 
and then cliargod en •fffim upon 
t he Oarden. "niero were 30,000 In- 
side, and 10,000 more out.slde when 
Camera, as scheduled, eliminated 
Petervin in less than a round. 

So the charges of Boxing Com- 
mlsiioner Bill Brown that Baerwas 
(1) a big bum; (2> In terrible ron- 
dltlon, and (3) no fit opponent for 
Camera anyway, apparently have 
increased curiosity far btyond nor- 
mal espoetattona. and rsealpta of 
$350,000 at Madison Square Gar- 
den's bowl on Long Island next 
iTiursday night now tf oipaetod. 

ANALYSIS RF-JErXEn 



mission, Chairman J. Phelan and D 
Walker Wear. They decided the 
show must go on. 

rurther confidence In the fights 
drawing power was expressed left- 
handedly when the Oarden sold the 
broadcasting right to the National 
Broadcasting Ompany for 010,000— 
something never done unless pro- 
moters are certain normal paying 
customers wont turn indiffereti 
and Join the armchair critics. 

Baer's workout today was amno- 
thlng of a revelatkm as 3,000 spec- 
tators Jammed the outdoor arena 
at Asbury Tark to .M e him box nlno 
roundi. The Caliiomian displayed 
the Jrnt real pimeking pevir ho 
has shown, and almost ruined a 
couple of sparring partners. 

Cecil Harris, a portly California 
negro, stopped in the middle of the 
wtkod Tolun* 

tartly from the ring. 

Larry Johnson, a negro light - 
heavyweight from Chicago, took a 
left hook beating about the body 
for two rounds. 

Dynamite Jack.son, who hadn't 
lost a round to Baer previously in 
six weeks of tramuiK. dropped three 
today as Max handled him with 
ease. 

WORKS INDOOR^ 

Camera, working indoors at 
Pompton Lakea, WJ.. because of tho 
chilly weather, boxed only five 
rounds with Lew Flowers and Ches- 



ter Matan. In superb form, he con- 
Brown's analysis was rejected yes- 1 centrated on left Jabs and a left- 
terday by three commission doctors hand defence for Paeri right-hand 
andUtiww^t 



GOLF FACTS 

NOT THEORIES I 



By ALBX MOinntON 



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' '^r I'll ' ' formation: 

Colonist 
Victoria 



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UPLANDS 

S2,850 

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AtlraeUva ttnoM bwwalew of four 
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•warate saran. FaU tammt bM*- 
■ant. hirnaea. Purattwt esst nso. and 
laeladN Rotpotnt rantt, ChMtcrnctd 
«uU«. ridlo. «lc. Owtifr. l»»vin« hiir- 
rl»dlr for E(irnp» arrount of ulcknuii. 
offer* ilili wnnrirrful bargnln for ■ 
f»w dayi only. Price formerly aakad 
(or this house without furnltaf* Waa 
tI,6M. but o»nrr nj» ••oiv«« It •mnv ■ 

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■ for titr houw antt .•omi- r»«h — 
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DeNctitrvl kMocalew. met 

«r><l l»nnlt court. Low i 
in To trad* for larirr 
hiah ralrflold. noar Fort 
StiWOO hMB*. beat part of Oak Rar 
WIU trad* for tmali pUca. any good _ 
eittnet. ■ 



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a drlvinn range the other day 
I '.vitrhed a fellow prncticinK. 

In every backswlnit he would 
•sweep Ihe club up with his eyes 
glued to his arms and hands. Two 
or three such practloe sweeps and 
then he'd swing at the ball. 

Obviously this chap had been told 
to think about his arms and hands. 
He was oblivious to the faulty ac- 
Hon of hLs \egs ami frn 

Thinking about arnw and hands 
wlll^never bring about the correct 
loot action. However, concentrat- 
ing on the side rolling of the feet 
and the proper execution of this ae- 
tton will invariably bring about the 
correct movements In the ■oner part 
of the body. 
Think aboul 



Competition wa.s keen In the con- 
tests for boy.s under eighteen and 
fifteen years, and the glrLs did well. 
Officials of the meet follow: Miss 
Georgle Rudge, recorder; Denny 
Walker, timekeeper; Vivian fihoe- 
maker, cteward: 9Unley Lawrence. 
Miss Madge Carter and Ml.<;.<s Ruby 
EVavldson. Judge*, and Archie Mc- 
Klnnon. starter. 
Complete results follow: 
Forty yards freestjde, boys under 
fifteen— 1, c. Lawranee; S, n 
Ybung; S, X. OampbdL Time, ae i-B 
seconds. 

Sixty yards freestyle, boys under 
eighteen— 1, Ivor Fuller; 3. J. 
Mutton; 3. B. Noel. Time, 361-5 
second*. 

.Forty yards haokstroke, girls under 
fourteen— 1. O. ftoneh; 1, A. Adam. 
Time, II 3-B seoonds. 

Twenty yards back.stroke. boys 
under twelve I, P Mutton. 

Plunge, boys under eighteen— 1. 
Ivor Fuller: 2. B. Noel; 8, J. Mutton. 

Forty yards backstroke, boys 
under flftean-l. O. Lnwrence: 3. 
N. Toting; S, D. Smith, itaM, » a-s 
seconds. 

Twenty yard.s backstroke, boys 
under twelve— 1, P. Mutton. 

Twenty yards freestyle, boys under 
twelve— 1, S. Peden: 2, P. Mutton; 
S. T. Roberts. Time, 14 l-S seconds 
Forty yards freestyle, gtrl.s under 
fourteen— 1, A. Adam; 2, O. French; 
3. M. Dewhurst. Time. 26 seconds. 

Two hundred yard.s freestyle, boys 
under eighteen 1. Ivor Fuller; 2 
J. Mutton; 3. N. NoeL Time, 4 mln ' 
^tes 41>-8 seoonds. 

Forty yards brea.«!t.strnke, gIrU 
under fourteen— 1, A Adam; 2, O 
French. Time. 35 3-5 second."!. 

Forty yards breasUtroke, boys 
under fifteen 1. I, Stark; 2, O 
Lawrence; 3, N. Young. Time, 13 2-5 



SOFTBALL GAMES 
rOit THIS WEEK 



Beavers 



to Cbuh With BhM Bib- 
In Featare Flxtora at 
■n Tteaday 



Dhdng. boys imder eiRlitren -i 
iTor Fuller; a, J. Mutton; 3, B. Noel, 




'Oliver & MathiMOfl. tU.''^^'^'*"' 

I s«e rwfi B<iiii wwiiaL ■ lf.w.« I ... / J 



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onto* BSMi MM*. 



LAKEFRONT 



chanwov pi ipo n y Mrewiaa a w» 
pratty lako, what* mm can onioy 
bathinc. boatin* and SahlM. An a«rt 
ot land, partly In lardMl. WThard and 
aaoia lov*ly larwr pinea. Th« heut* 
la won eonatrurlrd. w:th nnn. ■tnna 
Srtvlaeo. bodrewna. kitcban and bata- 
tmtm. and U haMUbIa and eoaifort. 
ablo aU Um roar retmd. Thta u rnm- 

ur»ir mu*\mm sad aio- 

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KfiR ft STEPHENSON. LTD. 



Mei't Lull ford in 
Twin BM Today 

Moaoger BUl Natrls and his Ool- 

ooist Softball f/>am will joumry to 
Langtord. this afternoon. Uy meet 
the suburbanltz-.H in a double-header 
In the first game the newsies will 
tackle Bill Spencer's crew, and In 
the ev ening w ill faee Ooorge Tay- 
Iff's aggregation. Um afternoon 
game w^l start «» 3 30 and the sec- 
ond tussle at 6 o rkH-k The morn- 
ing newspaper nine will have the 
following on hand Gene Tlemey, 
Boh Turner Albert Monteekl. OUle 
corbett. Bill Morris. Joe Oelafaanty. 
Jimmy MeOagvo. ~ 



NATIONAL LEAGUE 
W. L. 

New York » 

at Louis 3S 

Chicago 29 

Pittsburgh . 26 

Boston ...^ 23 

Brooklyn ao 

PhUadelphIa ig 

Cincinnati 1 1 

AMUUCAN UCAOUE 
W. L. 

— — ai 10 

20 

23 

34 

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Pet. 



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20 
18 
33 

at 

St 

32 



Detroit 

NOW York . 

Cleveland 

St. Louis 

Washington 
Boston ..... 
Philadelphia 
Chicago 



16 



20 
20 
21 
24 
34 
27 
30 



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.592 
.591 
Ml 
.417 
Jt4 
.356 

Pet 
.604 
.565 
.535 
.533 
.510 
.4tt 
.413 
348 



Softball futures for this week 
were released, yesterday, by Presi- 
dent Ernie Stock. The feature 
game will see the league-leading 
Beavers rla.shlng with the second- 
place Blue Ribbons, Tuesday eve- 
ning, at Beacon HiU Park. In their 
last tussle they phqred to a ten- 
Innlng tte, the score being 1-1. 
Fislana foOow: 

MONDAY 
C goetlen 

Spencers vs N S.s.9., at XJppv 
Central; Stock, umpire. 

Sidney vs. Brunls, at Sidney; 
Simpson, umpire. 

Victoria West S C. vs. ICaocabeM, 
at Lower Central; Hamann. umpire. 

Hudson's Bay vs. Canada West 
Cooperage, at Vkterin West; Bam 
White, imiplre. 

D Section 
VlctOTla Ice vs. Esquimalt Merch- 
ants, at BuUsnt rark; Watt, 
umpire. 

Canucks vs. NaUve Sons, at Mem- 
orial Park; McLaren, umpire. 
Femwood Merchants vs. Hustlers. 

at Spencer .s Park; Williams, umpire. 

City vs. DuroidA. at Beacon Hill; 
Ifute, umpire 

B Section 
Bth Regiment n. R.C.A.. at Work 
Point; BayUai, umpire. 

B Seetlon 

HMCfl. fikeena vs Saanlchton. 
at Canteen; Buttler. umpire. 
Ladiea' .Sertion 

Colonist Cubs vs. N. 8. Ladies, at 
Quadra and Qoaons; Another, um- 
plra. 

TITBSDAT 
A Seetlaa 

Mowhawks vs. New Method, at 
VlcV>rla West; J. WlUlany, umpire. 

Beavers vs. Blue Ribbons, at 
Beaeon HID: B. Whyte, umpire. 
B Section 
Saanlchton v.s. Navy, at Saanlch- 
ton; Slmp.«;on. umpire. 

Caledonia vs. Bapco Paint, at Up- 
per Central; Bennett, umphe. 

runsdon'S Boys vs. Composites, 
at BuUen's Park; Stock, umpire. 
Isles' Section 
Young People C. vs. Colonist 
Cubx, at Lowsr Contral; Botnesa, 
umpire. 



Bay, at Spmotr's Parte; Bsoann, 

umpire. 

Maccabees vs. Canada West Coop- 
erage, at Lower Central. 

D .Section 
Frrnwnod McrchanLs vs. Canucks, 
at Quadra and Queens; Stock, um- 
pire. 

Victoria Ice vs. Native Sons, at 
Victoria West No. 2; Sam White 
umpire. 

Hustlers vs. Maple Leafs, 
Beaoon BUI; T. Nute, umpin. 

FRIDAY 



at 



WM» Stopped in the second minute 
of the third round, when Ketchel 
was unmercifully punching the 
heavyweight around tho rtng with 
a serlas of terrinc blows to the body 
and head. Police at the ringside 
stepped in and called the fight to a 
halt when O'Brien was staggotlng 
blindly around the canvas unable 
to defend. In a few seconds 
would have been put to sleep. 



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D SecUon 
Esquimau Merchants vs. DuroidS, 
at Bullcc's P.'!.-k; \v , 't. umpire. 

E Section 

6th Regiment va. Scottish, at 
Work Point; Bayliss, umpUo. 
B BeetlMi 

RM.OJB. Skeena vs. Bapco Paint, 
St Canteen; Pick, umpire. 

Ladies' SecUon 

Live Wires v.s. Maccabees 
Lower Central; Cliff. Ufflpli«. 

Cardinals vs. Young People, ati 
Upper Central: Cooper, umpire. 

N.8. Ladles vs. Young Liberals, at 
North Saanlch: Nunn, umpire. 
F n J C A. vs. Peacocks, at Quadn 
and Querns; Carr, umpire. 

Province vs. Ooodwlns, at noacMl 
Hill; croomer, umpire. 

Uberals vs. Jamesons, at Vietorta 
West No. 2; Clarke, umpire 

Oolonl.st v.<t Cvclettps. at Memorial 
Park: }Tolnc.s,s. umpire. 

Adams' vs. Art-Point, at Victoria 
West No. 1; Whlffen. umpim. 
• imiDAT 



Frank Bayll«, big favorite to win 
the VicU)rla Sporting Qoods Com- 
pany ten-mile marathon scheduled 
Juno it. Is out trataUng hard with 
hopes of attaining \\cicry. He 
stepped over nve milr.s la-st night in 
flue time His win at the recent 
Duncan m«et over the flve-mUe 
<lManoe provos thM he is In great 
ipe. ■Dtrtea for the big event 
are coming In fast and a record 
number Ls expected to face the 
1^(1 starter at the corner of Yatea and 



BEATS ViSlMS 



lyoral students Capture Inter-City 
Cricket From St. fieorge's 
School by M 



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INTERNATIONAL LKAGUB 

W. L. Pet 

Newark . 



Soottlsh vs. R.OJL. at Wortc Point; 
Watt, umpire. 

WEDNESDAY 



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31 
26 
31 
20 
21 
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COAST LBAOUB 



Toronto 
Montreal 

:^vracu»e .... .... 

Albany 

Buffalo 

Baltimore 



Los Angeles 

MlMions ... 
San Pram 
Sacramento 
Oakland ... 
Hollywood . 



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33 
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Pet 
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Adams vs. Cy^tes, at Spencer's 
Park; Clarke, umpire 

Ooodwlns vs. Jameson, at Upper 
Central; Croomer, umpire. 

Liberals vs. F B J.C.A.. at Victoria 
We.st; Whlffen, umpire. 

Peacocks vs. Provlnoe, at Lower 
central; Oarr. umpire. 

Art-Point vs. Oolonlr.t nt Mem- 
orial Park; HOIness, umpire. 

B Sertion 
Ksqulmalt Dockers vs. HM.C.S. 
Skeena. at BoOsnll Partt; Stock, 
umpire. 

nOBSDAT 

A Section 
New Method vs. Blue Ribbons, at 
Upper Central; Whyte. umpire. 
Mohawks vs. Beavcn, at Victoria 



First United vs. Centennial, 
Cook and Pembroke. 

SAT17RDAT 

Wilker.son Road vs Enmianuel 
Baptist, at Queens and Quadra. 

Centennial vs. Mffloid. at Upper 
Central. 

Metropolitan vs. Bhelbourne 
Street. Lower Central 

James Island will play Esquimalt 
Dockeia a league g.ijne at James 
Island, on Sunday, June 17. with 
Ernie Rims caUtag the balls and 
strikes. 

SPBCIAL IfOnCB 

T(xlay, James I.sland will play a 
doubk;-header at James Island, the 
r:ist game to be between Jfemes 
Island and Navy. The second game 
will be James Island vs. H M C S 
Rkeen.\ The local teams will iravr 
Saanlchton Wharf at 1 p.m. Ernie 
Rivers will call balls and Strikes 
for both games. 



W. H. Wllkerson, the local Jeweler, 
has offered a handsome gold locket 
to the J.B.A.A. for the oarsman 
scoring the largest number of points 
during this Bummer's rsgattas. 

Horse raclnir coniinuaa at the 
Willows each day, with large crowds 
.'tltending Some cloee finishes fea 
tured yesterday meet with most of 
the favorites ooming through • to 
victortes with strong strsteh flolshsa. 



University School defeated St. 
George's School, of Vancouver, In an 
inter-city cricket match, played yes- 
terday at tho M B it Tohnls grounds, 
by 90 runs. In the first Innings 
Smith batted well for University 
School, but was rather fortunate, 
being missed on three oocaskms. In 
the second innings. Oeo and Doug 
Peden hit hard for their runs, the 
former getting 34. not out. and the 
latter 29. not nut Gee and Sworder 
bowled well for the winners. 

Fielding and bowUng of St. 
George's School were not very 
strong, but the batting was good. 
Royston playing a fine innings and 
Sloan showing promise. Scores: 



First Inning." 

Dunlop. Ibw. b Parker- Jervis ... 10 

Bonar, b Aldersey 9 

Smith 1, c Aldeney. b Royston 4t 
Sworder, e Smith, b Parker- 



Another exhlMtten baseball 

win take place at the Indian Re- 
serve, this afternoon, at 3:45 o'clock, 
when the smart Japanese nbM moots 

the Victoria Indians. TtM teams 
will be at top strength, and a close 
battle should be witnessed. Next 
Sunday an all-.star Indian ' 
play at the reserve. 



AUCTION SALE 

Tomorrow, Monday, June H 

Comnu'iu iiiK at 1 :to I' M 

FRED SMITH & GO. 

AuctlonMri and AppralMrt 



Remember When 



(Twsnty-Plvo Ti 



Ago) 



All lacros.se players, get bu.sy! 
Now is the lime to buck up and pull 
toKcthiT for Victoria so that a good 
team may be picked to Una up 
against Vaneouver when the Mata- 
land stick wielders come down here 
on June 38. Tonight will be a gala 
practire niKht at the Hoval Athletic 
Park at 6 oclock, and ,ill thrme who 
can liandle a piece of liickory to 
advantage will please, yes. please, 
be on hand and get In and (Ug for 
Victoria. There wlU be several ex- 
pert players of the disbanded Re- 
glna team out tonight, and. while 
they will not play for the local team 
tlii.s ypar they will be only too glad 
to impart their knowledge of the 
great Canadian pastime to those of 
our town who will only oome out 
and learn some of the finer points 
As the local talent is lncrea.slng a.s 
each work-out takes place, a record 
niimbrr is cxportrd on hand 
evening, and Victoria is. therefore, 
expected to aahs a good showing 
this season. 



JervLs 

Gee, c Tindale. b Haddock .. 
Peden, c Royston, b WlUMtfir , 
Teagle, b Haddock ............. 1 

Oordon, not out ............... t 

Traill, b Parker-Jfervis 4 

Adams 1. c Haddock, b Parker- 

Jervls ......... 0 

MacPherson. b Royston . 0 

Bxtras . — ...... 3 

Total 110 

Second Innings 

Dunlop. c Aldersey, b Royston.. 0 

Bonar, c Sloan, b Smith .. It 

Sworder. b AlderMy 4 

Oee, not out 34 

Peden, not out 29 
Oordon, b Aldersey ............ 13 

Extras 3 



Inntrueted, W« Will Sell by Auction 

HmmIisM Firailm 
Hi EHNb 

Ineludlnc 4-Oyllndrr. 15 H P Hupp Murint 
Cntin*. Walnut a-Place Dlulnc-Room Bull*. 
rUo i-piM* Oak Dialne-nMH auiu. BIm- 
trie WMhinc MaehMM, aatra lara* lu- 

frlier«tor. Berlin Ortan. irvrral Ctnc and 
flfn fJm.n Chmrs. E»rly EnilUli Upliol- 
•tered Chair, Electric Floor Pollthfr. Wal- 
nut aide Table. 3 Card Tablai. Droplraf 
Walnut Sxtenilon Table, Walnut Bedroom 
Suite, odd Walnut DretMri, | AxmlnaUr 
Carpet*, almoit new. 1 Stimint CanarlM. 
Cabinet Radio, Rparlon .^-Tllbl• IS34 Radl«t, 
Walnut Parlor Suitr. j (irfimophoiii.., Lmo 
jand Uno Ruca. 1 Rancai. one large Clr- 



15|C.iIatln« Heater. BaUi, Toilet*. Toola. and 
the usual IIM of KiUiMm UUntUa, Mvtral 
watelMi and Jewolrr. 
oooOi Wos l wS or Mnt for u» te It 
Mondar. 



a CO. Awrllnnrfr* 
AITCnONEICR'H < HAR<.Fs m 
Uvartock and Olhrr KaIra C'ondactcd Aar> 
where en the lalaaS. 



McCloy & Co. 



AUCnONKERK 



Total (for 4 wlekets) tT 

St. George'a Sebeol 
First Innings 
b Ooe 8 

Haddock, b Sworder _ 9 

Royston, c Peden. b Sworder ... 

Sparks, r Adains, b SWOTdST .. 

Drable, b Gee 

Aldersey, b Sworder ..i..^...... 

Bentloy. c and b Gee 

Pleek. not oat 

Smith, c MacPherson, b Bonar 

Tindale, c Smith i. b Oee 

this I Parker- Jervis, h 
Extras ........ 



"Batter up." 
That will be tho sound that will 
break the stinnem up around the 
Royal Athletic Parle dl.strlct tomor- 
row evening when the Victoria 
team lines up against the Seattle 
Cubs, crack Sound City ball nine, 
tn the flnt of a two-game series 
This will be the first game of the 
season at the night time, and is 
put on to give all the clerks and 
those unable to get away on Sat- 
urday afternoon a dianee to witness 

good fa.st game .RiirpMce will 



Two track reoords were beaten, 
the books took a licking when four 
favorites romped honM ahead of 

their fields, and the public enjoyed 
the clasKlest racing card that has 
yet been dished up by the pro- 
gramme committee of the Victoria 
Country Club. These were the main 
features of yesterdayli moil at the 
WUlowe track, and today the course 
Is being put Into fine shape, as a 
large delegation of commercial men 
will be guests of the association for 
thi 



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The curtain will go up rn the 
schedule In the Victoria Senior 
Amateur Baseball League next Sat- 
urday afternoon at the Oak Bay 
Park, when the tadtlal fbcture will 
brtng together Oak Bay and North 
Ward nines. Definite line-ups have 
not been announced, but the re- 



Total . 

Second Iiinlngs 

Sloan, ibw, b Oee 

Haddock, c Smit h U b Sworder.. 

Royaton. Ibw, b Sworder ... 

Sparks, c MacPherson, b Bonar 

Drable, Ibw. b fJonar 

Aldersey. b Kwr.rdST ............. 

Bentley. not out ............ 

Fleck, c and b Sworder ...... 

Smith, c TMgle. b Sworder 

TtaMhds. 0 Bonar. h Bworder .... 
Parker-Jerrls. b 
Extras 

Total ..." 



Attractive Auction of 
Antiqae and Modern 
Furnitare 

Victorian mahoipuiy Sideboard, Vic- 
torian mahogany Wardrobe, old 
mahogany Chest Drawers, Wahldt 
Desk, antique Mirror, quaint an- 
Q tique Red Lao Chinese Ceremonial 
0 Chair, beautiful *;ra/ f Iitw i « m Beds 
with spring-filled Mattress and 
other nles fyr ni shlai fc Dolilii 
later. 

Removed from Oak Bay. Victoria 

West, etc , for convenience of Rwle to 

Our Popular Auction Halls 
Ceener Paadsre Avenoe and 

Bfauuhard Rtrect 
On view, Wednesday, 2 to 5 30 p.m. 

Sale Thursday at 
1 :30 P.M. 

Ooods received or .vnt for up to 

10 a.m., Thursday, and are Insured 
fno asalBsl flrs. 



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B gSBtlen 
Wavy vs. Caledonians, at Canteen. 
Saanlchton v.s. Bapeo Paint, at 
Saanlchton: Simpson, umpire. 

Brunsdons Boys vs. 
land, at BuUen'a Park. 

Composites vs. nwtmi At 
Point: BayUasb 
o 

Bruins vs. NBB C . at 
Park: :»-Laren. umpire. 
S.dney vs. SpenOSTIk at 



pitch the opening game of the .vrie.s spectlve managers sUte they have 
and Babe Terlault will make hw. -stronger clubs then last season and 
bow to the local fans In the secondjboth are hoping to start the sched- 
gmno. Oaptam Klopf joporto that Mi «Mi visloilss. 

the good work displayed br the' 

local, to wcSt ^rSKSi riuwVd ^ tr«.k and field meet. 



University Sebool 
First innlogs: 



innings: 



brtng them through with a twin 
victory. Victoria wUl have the fol- 
lowing in unlfom: SupUos, Rob- 
Northeott. Plomner, Mat- 



whleh Is to be 
the Oak Bay Pailt 
one of the 

pulled off In some time 

be ojien to alt reglslerrd ainaieurs 0«* 




Aldersey 
Royston 
Haddock 
Second 
Parker 
Alderssy 



Haddock 
Smith .. 



First Innlogs: 

Sworder ... 



I ^tmpenn. umpire. 



»i ••• M>a' 

I' 



ML IS. 



Klopf. Boms, Wattelet and I in BritUh Columbia, and many dif 

ferent track teams are going to 
Stanley Ki^:^!^ middleweight """^ ^ Vanooilfor YJIXJ.A. 
champion, defeated Jack O'Brten. 
I Philadelphia In his home town last 
night in a sik-round exhibition bout 



orowd. Um flght amltJk 



entering stnx« 
other entries are 
nalmo, J AAA, tai 



teams, while 
frem Ifa- 
lady- 




Bonar ........ 

Oordon ............ 

IXinlop ............ 

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4 


4S 


5 


1 


35 


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17 


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4 


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17 


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12 


4 


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10 


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«o wlB ssll 
TSl-Ttg 



the 

at 



several 
our 



ownert, 



>Vednctday and Friday 
1:30 BACH DAY 

Funiibirt dd EfiecU 

10:30 

Vegetables 
wd Poikry, Etc. 

Wedneeday's Bale win Include wm» 
very nice Furniture, such as 2 SBlan> 
did Sectional BookcasSB, ohsslsr- 
field Suite, and other nghaMsNi 
pieces, nlos nntas-Rooa and M- 
». Kitchen T 
etc. pun 



Piiiicuiars 



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Virginia Vane Says: ! 



ISMrBRAMKNTAL MlBFirH WONT CUAMUK A*Tk» BtAMUAUE 

Umt virginu Tmm! Wm ywn I • 

^ikV lM> Mawd MMMIi nkftpplnr^ but whu \\Ah luvrd mr 

)«.t M I vf lovrd him We ^/mgt^mmUamOkj. mm Uj ^^wmmj i wtj 
JralOTiiy and !»»• self i»hne«* ■AbIIb li HMM MM 1 



NAPOLEON AND UNCJuS £LBY 



^ Cltfionl McBiide 



iwfiitliUal io in« wcr aiMi vvcr a«»iii Mid MlmlU 

ik^ h* Mi^ W fWMM to MM 9MM. ■ iw mmmti 90m ma, 

m I tmif thoufchl I d itii out tyt mv mind Yrt I tan't rivr him np 
iNMk to mc bc(Sln< (»c forflveneM. Did 7«m 

tMly M fMI 



Y«», thMT* Mre other cuupit* m Ihf smint pieciu auuiii you and 
your hero Julia. Wherever vow flnd two vouhk people teini)erainenUlly 
t^Pf ^it^ to ncti other, yet lecUof a mutual physical atlracuou and a 
SMMil almilarlty of tMlM Mi« Mm i | 0 U ftt tMs pnMm 1M« ptaa 

tlbtnty. 



Unless you can change your - -. -.-^ 

hope lor haiipmess with thu roan, however much yMi 'we^nm. tim 



physical attraction will fade UMTltAlaly, and WlU kffc* jMlM^I 

a man wto li tMnpMMMBMBIr MMMl fM JfOU 



Ring wife, tied to a 

tivf kind oi love you want. 

T^Oitara demands ndeUty. the kno^^i. dK'' tiiat you are proteet- 
•d Mid takM cin of. The fact that you are quarreiBone and violent 
youTMlf liiiBMitM that your pnf Ml coan ptoi ni tn t la to be found in a man 
acalnit tiM walla of whose plaeldltar your Mormy aplrtt would flfM la vain. 
You need peace to keep yon qidet aad hamr. 

Aiui voui bov fiiend needs a wir. who will understand him to the 
bltlfr end- wfio will have Kufflcieiit rMateriiitl Instinct to take hU selflsh- 
ncM and his Inndelltv in h. r stnd.- s<nr.rnne who will Klve him Kl.iuid 
aat love and calm out of her own great peace of mind and understanding 

Can you efaange yourMlf to be meh a woman? Do you want to? 
You mu*t realize that a Mlflah man. ctven to phUaiiderUi|. le noi gotag 
to change under the magic apell of marriage. The firi who lorae him 
anut change— not Jast her outward demeanor, but her Inner self. 

She mui.t learn to control not only her temper but th e me n tal pro- 
ceasea which cause the temper She n.ust davalop nOfft Mattraal lOMlBet 
and ceaM to be a Jealoui poMeaalve wife. . ... ^ ^ 

lha muM. to ahort, tmdMfa ft itagvltr iniiariWMtIm, If to to 
eojoy any peace at all. 

I believe you and your sweetheart. MMa, WoOld he happtor irtttl dif- 
ferent mates I believe that your love for each other la based on ptayM- 
cal attraction plas the habit of five yeara' itandlng. of being together oon- 
■iMltly. In a way your natures give each other nervous excitement. 

Quarrela and reconciliations have kept you stimulated through the 
Ave yeaxs. Even the iufterlng you've known haa precluded boredom. 
YMi've baHtluyMl up to a high pitch tt m ^ thto locy og « ytahip? .yd it 
to dllBeult now for you to OMiteMplaf • Man harm af Mg una B i 
■eencfl. 

But stop and eon.slder what married life is going to mean tO 3%U 
IBSir these clrcuni.su»n( --.s Bickermg and ronslanl di.s.vn.sion won't 
keep a home together. When you liave children to (oivsider vou won't 
have as much time or thought to give to the excitinK bLLsinc.s.s of quar- 
nllBg and m ftH*T g up again. la there enough real substantial aflectlon 
m wes n yott two^ to miiw Ufa wM thwhi la to kaap fm gaiag tlv««h 
the years to come? 

Figure It out for yourMlf. Ask yourself whether you're capable of 
affecting a tran.sfonnallon which would .solve the problem. Ask yourself 
whether life, a.s a pf rnianent quarrel, could bring you anything In the 
end but di-sillu-slonnieiU and con.stant di.vontcnt You miLst either make 
tito great change in yourself, or prepare for eternal warfare. Which 
*aD It baf 

MUST CONQtt.K UWN VANITY 

lAa. D. 

As manager of the place, you must atriva for a more ImpavMnal 
Tlawpoint. You cant manage a group of aani-hyatarlcal women ea ch 
with a set of tro u MM I f iwVt allowing jtm pvaoMd fMUat lo be 

toToived. 

You can't afford to be Jealou.s of any attentions the others may 
receive. Nor can you allow your.self the luxury of Indulging in orgies 
of self-pity. Because you are In charge you mu.st be calm and practical. 
Under the eirouaiatanoea, this is very dllBcult for you to do. But you 
Mual uiiilMitanil. as a buMness woman, that you cannot hold such a 
group together unless you sacrlfloe your personal claims to sympathy for 
the benefit of the others. 

Cheer up. By making thl.s venture a suices.s, you'll gel the sense of 
achievement which is going to put you rlKht back on your feet. YouH 
forges your past humlll«tlon.s, once you've made your.self flnanclally 
independent. Your self-respect will return a,s you succeed And with 
the return of Mlf -confidence, you will be strong enough to n-.si.st human 
weakaaHM like twfldlng in the wrong people, and becoming angry 
baeaoM oaa of your group la nam attraethra than the ottMr. 

You're going through the most dlCBcult period now— while you're 
still raw with humiliation, still Intensely. f enUninely Jealous. Conquer 
that weakness In ordOT that you may aoBiega fNgii your ordeal, 
Oood luck to you. 

fOoarvMii. »•«. kr Um Awss t stM m wa aMw . Ms.) 





OP 



iioti Sympathy L» OverwheUiUng 



By J. Millar WaU 



1 was nearly 

killed twice to -day, 
ma/ 





I ILLIC TH£ TOILER 



«H© Who Geu SlappedT 



By We8tover 



I Tcruil " vou, MAC - ^ 

AT ^Teim^ - VMHV 
C>0 "VOO 

M 



THAT'S AmB 

or CM« ey- 

"SOMCQOCiV 




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blXlE. DUGAN 



A wm and a Way 



LIKt T PO T'NI«MT 



By J. P. McEvojy; and J. H. Stricbcl 



THE TUTTS 



By Crawford Young 





POLLY AND H£R PALS 



Shorl-SiglU^ 



By Cliff Sterratv 




ID UMDERSTAKiD UUsMES/ 
-P-IE DIZZIM XMTS/ 

. r^»--^ ■ — ~- 






S* MATTER POP 



So, WUlyum E$cap^ 



By C. M. Payne 




KRAZY KAT 



By Herri man 




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Tin-, DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. BC, sr^■lv\^^ H \I- 10. lO.U 




Mm! Qmins in Doubles 
—AuHraliant SpUt Final 

Simiat 

1>A8TBOUIUnC, ttiffUnd. Pun* • 

. APi Aostralla and Jiiiiai; today, 
*pjil the final two slnglfs matches 
of thru Dif, Is Cup serlps to leave 
AiwtralU th» victor, four matches 

to «M. 

Jlro Pukikura dpfpat^d Vivian 
McOrath for .Jaiwtn s only vlctorv. 
6-4, 6-7, 6-2, 8-fl but Don Tiirnbull 

won fRMB Jlro YamafUhl. «-4. 7-9, 

AiL^fralla n\o*>t5 the 
man aeries winner In tiM 



Chii'f ( heroki'e U ina ! 
Curruii Memorial Huce 

rUK'ACK"). Junf 9 ' AV < CliV f 
Ctterokee, owned by A. B. Ciailatflier. 

('urran Mrtnnna! ui fivr miuI oik- 
half furlongs, today, and beat the 
uuuider. Oreat Haste, the entry of 

Joseph E Wli'.<-ii«r. of Ni * York 
with Sul*. ttiiothiT loiiK •liot tlUril. 

With the bettOl.-. rriitt;!l;K 

attenUoo on I4sht Brook and WUm- 
Playar. both of wMeh ftaUlMd fa. 

bark. Uic winning two-yoar-Oldpald 
the hbfial price of IlliW tO Win 
IBd 90 10 to place and 14-74 to show. 



Explo sion Shots! 

Good Golf Swiii|[ Gives Seneatioa o< One 
Coatumous Motion 



MANY CENTyRiES ' 
iUlE REOISTEHED 



Old CMBtry I'riikrU-n Hal WcU In 
Malchri 
IM 




-By BOBBY JONES- 



ROME. June » (AP).— Italy, to- 
day, made a clean sweep of Its 
Davis Cup i^riex with Switzerland, 
by taking the final two singles 
matches. 
atoHo «• atefanle daftatod H. C. 
r. 6-3. and A. Dado 

flnOBl Max Ellmpr, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4. 
•Rie Tictory qualined Italy for a 
«eml-flnal round F.urofiean zone 

NEW ZEALAND OCT 

PRARA, June • (AP)/-Csechodo- 
▼akla, today, won the two final 
alngles matches In its Davis Cup 
■tries with New Zealand, and quall- 
ilad to meet Italy in ttie European 
•tmi-flnalt. Tbe noal aoora In 

WM4-1. 




PARIS, June 9 ( AP> — Je&n Boro- 
tra and Jacques BruRnon, veteran 
n«Beh doubles players, today. 
k^jed Baron Ottfrted von Cramm 
and Haas DonkMr. I-T. f-S. 10-6, to 
gtra rrtMoa a 3-1 load In matches 
over Oermany In their Davis Cup 
aeries. 

Von Cramm defeated Andre Mer- 
lin In one singles match, yesterday, 
but S. Noumey loat to Christian 
SouaHM, Mt-lMiMM VnaOi tm, in 
tha other. 

Von Cramm plays Boussus and 
Noumey me<«t.s Merlin in the final 
two singles matches, tomorrow. 



BURNSIDE VlCTORIOl'S 
Teams from the liurn.slde and 
Lake Hill Lawn Bowling Clubs 
staged thtir eoatart la tha eompeU- 
tlon for the Walter Cameron Nlchol 
Cup, on the greens of the Victoria 
Club, yesterday, when thos^ of the 
former were vlctorlou.s by a score of 
47 to 33. Following are thoae who 
w p r M wto d tlMlr rmptettm elubi: 



p. KohMS 




tan BHA 

O. WUIfaUM 


a. C Hawklni 




W. Kilbr 


E Myrrf 




C. MeKcnsle 


W. DavldMNl. 




A P. Mitchell. 


•kIP 


n 


ikip 


A. Stewart 




H. Llnihtm 


D. Ramiar 




J Brott 


A. Plndlmr 




J. RJchardMB 


P. ■aiBSO. 
skl» 


n 


W. Psddls, 


nm 


4t 





VICTORIA WINS 
The third round in the Cameron 
Ntchol contest vwa.s plftvt^d yesterday, 
when the Victoria Club was vlc- 
torlout OMT tha tha aeoro 

brtaf: 

O.PJt 
R. O. BrMsM 
D. o. Keksftsea 

J Johnson 
D BrrcktarMft. 

«klp 

8 ClRtkt 
W. Withers 
r BanU 



u. Mossey 
A T Ranis 

T. RenfNW 

A MsreoBial, 

skip 

J A Macdonsld 
H. M. Wrisht 
R. A. o. Dtwar 
A. McKsschte. 

ikip 

Totid 



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Here Is a question, from a Call- 

j l^^^j. I fomla u.w'.i! whiih ■ u^ig(•.■,t^ in 
tere-StlliK l«>^. ibll!' u s AlliioUKh few 
Kol!l•t^ will lui'.c iiiiv il'Miljl a,s lo 
which of th'- twi> .»n< I iittt ivtv> l.s 
the better, inany will haw- iioubli- 
in suggesting ways of actuevuig the 
ideal which they have defined. 

"Should tha faaliof be that the 
folt awlac BOBilali of aa vpawlng 
and then a downawlat. or abouid 
the sensation be that of one com- 
plete" and rontliuious .swing, with 
iK> ( Icarly defined sfci lon.s''" 

We are accustom til t'> .^;>. <k of 
the backswinft and ihf duu iiig, 
and for Itn- '.ikc of roiurmelice, 

even of a poua or poMtion wlmh 
we call the top of the .-^wlng. Be- 
oauat of tha impoMlMtttr ol throw- 
lag arouad aadi alalMMS* ft Ya^t 

number of ^naHflnaWoni, aome 

looseness in the uae of tihaw ttrais 

must be forgiven. However, It is 
perhaps time to make rertaln that 
every Rolfer undenstand.s that in 
the correct swing there l.s no rlcarlv 
defined luie dlvidlnK up.swinK from 
downswing, and tliat the closer he 
can come to the aensatlon of one 
oootlnuous moUon. the nearer to 
folflac esertlaaea wiS ha approach 

SMOOTHNESS flOf F VIRTl'E 
Mcxst players have li urnnd to re- 
«fard smoothness of movement as 
the moat desirable of all golfing vir- 
tuaa. They have had it drummed 
iato tbom br frianda. instruc- 
ton and avaryoM alia, that a leis- 
urely baekawinff and a lelmralr 
start downward, swinging smoothly 
and without hurry or >erk, will carry 
them a long way along the road. 

It Ls a fact that one of the critical 
points of the swing, perhaps the 
most critical of all, occurs when the 
movement Is changing direction at 
What we call the top it Ls not so 
wry dtHicult to s wing back 
**| iJftSOOilf , nor to permit a gnidtial 
acceleration to build up ip ee d on 
the way down. If a proper atart has 
been made. But the daoger pc^nt 
comes when the backward move- 
ment of the club has to be stopped 
without shock and a start down- 
ward made in the .same leisurely 
beat. It is then that all destruc- 
tive impulses to tighten up. and to 
yank and Jerk the club, are most 
difficult to ratlat. 

Sometimes I have heard it said 
that a distinct pause at the top of 
the swing could be very helpful. 
For my.self, I have never found It 
so. At times I have tried It in an 
effort to slow down a swing that I 
krtew wa.s too fast. But to .stop and 
poise myself In a position, which, 
at best, was not easy to hold, only 
hAd the effect of cauilag me to take 
M like lightning when X finally 

PERFECT BLBNDIIfO 
It la absurd, I suppose, to argue 
that it Is possible to swing a golf 
rlub back and forward, or up and 
down, m one motion. Yet the cor- 
rect swing accomplishes the rever- 
sal so moothly that it almost makes 
the abaordlty a reality. Because 
there Is no polut at which all parts 
of the player and club cease moving 
back or up simultaneously and from 
which they all start down at once, 
the movement In one direction be- 
comes blended with that in the 
other .so perfectly that they become. 
In effect, one continuous motion. 
Bat tha f ahaaeomaat of the 



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lOMDON. June • (CP).— Cloalng 
scores In first -Class CTicket matches, 
openuig today, were aa followi: 

Toctahtoa. 174 (ToraMr 61, Peebles 
five for 6«); WlliniW^ VB tm three 
wlckeU, at LomTa 

mman, im «yOottnat 141); Surrey. 

122 for five wicket.s. at the Oval 

HanH)."ihli (■ 417 loi fue WK keUs 
(Arnold 144, .Mend i;!H T.nwie.s r)4 ■ . 

against Derbyshire, at.PortMnouth. 

BuMez. an for four wl?keU (J. 
Parks 101 John Langrtdge 60); 
against Nottlnghanufilre, at Hors- 
ham. 

Warwlckahire, 435 (Croom 68 
Bataa It, OoUin 56. Hill 53) : Kent. 
10 for two wirket.s, at Tonbridge. 

( UouceMer&lure, 375 Xor seven 
(Harnatt IM), aialMt Bo nrw t, at 

Bath. 

Northamptonshire, 129 (Clay five 
for U, Saiart four for 37); oia- 
mon^. IIT for fhre, at Bontyprldd 

Laiv xshlre, 405 for foin: (Watson 
148 I'.tvntiT 72 not out, Lister ?! 
noi (>iit>. MKataat WoroartanAilra. at 

Worcester. 

Cambridge, 411 (Allan 113. Barf- 
lett 50, Daviia 13. Jabanglr Khan 
64) : agaiaat Tha Tnt Poreafem. at 

Cambridge. 

Leue.stershire, 343 for six (Ship- 
man 60. Hiiy.eliigg 97, Armstrong 
140>; against Oxford University, at 
Oaford. 




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Al Ihr lop nf the (wlnt Thr (wn ■•tioai. 
ui>^win« jiiid tlown^Hlni. khould be 
blended thai thejr beeemc. la eflMt, e«a 



smoothness of the stroke Is not the 
Whole story. It is difficult to think 
of anything more liniwrtant on the 
mechanical side, than that the Inp- 
tum ihould lead the d(>wn^'r >ke. 
for here Is the mean.s of pulling taut 
ttie rope up the lolt .side and left 
arm, by means of which the dub- 
head is slung through the ball. 

"rtM hips eoniMe their back- 
ward wind-up before the club 
reaohea the top of its swing im- 
mediately the body begins to (m- 
wlnd, and. pulling against the club- 
head, it stretches the left arm and 
Increases the angle at which the 
wrlst.s are c(x:ked. Taking up this 
amount of .slack absorbs the shock 
of the Change of dlrectkm and 
causes the movement back toward 
the ball to begin smoothly. 

Hie sensation, then, is of one con- 
tinuous movement, progressing 
■moothly from one stage to another 
There is no feeling of completing 
one pha.se to poi.^e oneself before 
launching upon that which follows. 



OEHKINGER 18 
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CaOacts 




Juvetule Ball 

League to Meet 

Baseball teams mleiKling to enter 
tha neyalJunnila Athlatle AaMola. 

tion League, thlt aea - : , : e asked 
to have delegataa pcaseui at the gen- 
eral meeting to be held Wednesday 

evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Y M C.A. 
Two dlvi.sions will be In operation 
thi.s .season, under fourteen class for 
the Arthur H. Cox Cup. and the un- 
der sixteen class for the. Alderman 
T. W. O. Hawkins C\ip. whleh was 
won by the Oapitols last year. 



VETERAN PRAIRIE 

BOWLER VISITOR 



Charley aa 
continued at full meed yeaterday 

and .shot his average up from .400 
to .408. as he hit safely three times 
in four trips to the plata. following 
two perfect dajrs at bat 
The standing: 



W. J. "Dad" Bdgar. InnlafaU, Al- 
berta, one of the oldoit active curl- 
ers in Caoada. is a visitor to Vic- 
toria with his wife. Mr. Edgar has 

attended practically all of the West- 
em Canada curling champloivihips 
and many of tha Dominion finals. 
He has a large aMortment of silver- 
ware, won it toumaments. While 
here he Is enjoying himself daily on 
the greens of the Victoria Lawn 

rfinUng streak Bo*l>n« Cl"*> «* ^ staying at Okl 
Orchard Houia. Miehigao Street. 



Oehrlntcr. Tinrt . 
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r.Rf?., Virtoria 
Win \V»/ Matches 
In Island League 

C.P.R. and Victoria scored easy 
victories In the- Vancouver Island 
Tennis League, yeaterday afternoon, 
by defeatim Stanley Chtb and 
Langford. respaotlvcly. The railway 
team trimmed Staalay. 8-0, and Vic- 
toria took tha BMaran «f LaacfiDvd 
by 7-1. 

Scores of the C JH. - Stanley 
match, with the former players first 
nMBtlomd. fooow: 

Women's Doubles 
Mrs. Mess and Miss Sluggctt won 
I" in Misa Dlekaan and Applagate, 

6-4. 6-2. 

Miss Christopher and Mrs. Clark 
won ffbm Wum Greon and Phillips, 
0-4, g-S. 

Men's Doabiea 

Clark and Cox won from Brown- 
Cave and HodgiOQ, g^. 6-4. 

Orey and Sharet won from Mac- 
Kensia and Parfltt. 6-4. 6-3. 

Mixed Doubles 
Mrs. Mess and Ciaik won from 
Misi Appltgata and BBdfNii, 6-4. 
6-a. 

an. Clark and Ook won from 
MlM DickKm and ParflU. 6-3. 6-2. 

Miss Bluggatt and Shartt won 
from Miss PhUUpa and ■VVMI*Oave, 

6-4. 6 5. 

Miss Christopher and Orey won 
from Mlsa Orean and MacXenzie, 
•-4, 6-1 

VICTOBIA WINS 

Scores of the Victoria-Langford 
match, with the formor playwi first 
mentioned, follow: 

Women's Doubles 

MiiMa Lawson and fteihentooe 
won fttaa Itra. Baytaa and Mrs. 
LeQuesne. 6-3. 6-4. 

Mrs. Mathews and Miss Kllchin 
Willi from Miss Hinckt and Miss 
Hebden, 6-3. 6-6, 6-4. 

MOa'i DaaMaa 

<"olllson and ,Witter won from 
l eQuesne and Sceat. 6-0. 3-6. 6-4. 

Mathews and Towgood won from 
Wilkinson and Moir, 6-3, 5-6, 6-3. 
Mixed Dooblea 

Miss Lawaon and Colllson won 
from Mis. Bayloa and Seeat. e-4, 6-o. 

Miss Featherstone and Witter won 
from Mrs. LeQuesne and LrQuesne. 
(i 1. B-1. 

Mrs Mathews and Mathews loot 
to Miss HiBflki aad WtttaMoa, s-t. 

6-1. 6-a. 

Ml« KltehlB aad Towgood won 
f ran Mka Mdon and iMr. S^ f-t. 



Dominion Bonds 



HOME RUN 8TANDINGK 
Home nuu yesterday: Ott, Oiants, 
two: Terry, Oianta: Schumacher, 

Giants: Cueclnello, Dodgers: Fred- 
erick. Dodgers; F. Herman, Cubs; 
.Johnston. Athletics; R. Johnson, 
Red .Sox; Simninn.s. White Sox, and 
Haas. White .Sox. one each 

The leaders: Bonura. White Sox, 
15: Klein. Cuba. 14; Pon. AthleUcs, 
14: Gehrig, YonkW, 14, and Ott. 
Giant*. 14. 

League tot.als: American, US; Na- 
Uonal. 235. Total. 481. 



MOONBISB AND MOON SB T 



Time of moonrlse and monii.spt 
•tandard time) at Victoria, B.C. 
month tt iWM. ltS4. 



'Parlflc 
for Uit 



Pour workmen were playing cards 
"I knew you were going to play a 
spade. Bill, said on«. 

" 'Ow?" asked Bill. 

"Because." said the first man, "I 
■aw yer apU on yer and." 



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TICKO ME 
IS 




Chief of Police Issues Fur- 
ther Warning Concerning 

"Rackef^ 

t • 

rwtim aanplalnta by houaehold- 

ers and busine.ss men of the per- 
sistent activities of "Ucket-selllng 
raekatem" taf the city have been 
lodged In the la&t few days with 
Polioa Chief Thomas Heatley. 

Inveetigations by ptAiet indicate 
an organized system of ticket selling 
for entertainments for charitable 
Institutions is assuminR the pro- 
porUons of a "racket," Involving 
large subm of BMMy. 

Chief Heatley reiterated hLs warn- 
ing to the public not to purchase 
tickets from persoas wlio may not 
be bona fide. The complaints re- 
ceived are to the effect that mcr- 
c^ta, bualnais and professional 
men are being canvassed by tele- 
phone, and repeatedly fubjoctcd tc 
numerous appeals However, in the 
pe.st police have been i)owr:|p.ss to 
act, because the operations were 
said to be "Ju.st within tha law." 

Hie chief advlMa anyone wishing 
to donate to bona fide organisations 
and canvassers to .see the .solicitors, 
personally, in order to a.scertaln 
whether the woriccLs have the proper 
credentials. It is further advised 
by Chief Heatley that cltlaens malfe 
their contributloaa at tha headquar- 
ters of the bona fide onratilfatlons 
conducting cnnip.ii;- 

KEEPING CLOhL H AILU 

The lo-eallod "radcet" is not only 
confined to ticket selling, but has 
branched out into programme and 
booklet ad\ crt isiiiR. police have 
found Close watch Ls also being 
kept on certain other enterprises, 
which are ballevad to ba falsely 
repraianted to the public. 

Chief Heatley said, in.st night, he 
was In receipt of Information that 
hunrired.s of dollars have been col- 1 
lected by the ticket -selling method 
for legitimate charltaMa organlsa-i 
tlons. but that only a aauUl per-| 
centage of tha rtrenua found Itaway 
into tha traaiary of tha IniUtu- 
fions. 

TliLs matter ha.s brm taken up by 
the retail merchants' section of the 



Victoria Chambar of Oaeuaaioa, li 
was polntad oat by tha chief, wht 

declared his approval of that body"; 
plan to establish a bureau here t« 
pass on all .solu it aiions for pro- 
gramme and booklet advertising, m 
IM to eUminate, as far at pneelMa 
unprofitable oontributlaaB to or* 
ganlaations. 



Local Studenis 
To GradiuUe at 
RaAfaC. Tomorrow 



Cadet Sergeant K. T. Wlnslow anr 
Cadet O. M. Billings, both of Vic- 
toria, will be among the 1934 grad- 
uaUng class at Kingston, Ont., 
Royal Military College, when di- 
plomas are presented tomorrow. 

Hon. D. M. Sutherland, Minister 
of National Defence, will be pres- 
ent at the school's closing exercises. 

Forty-eight cadets will graduate 
from the Military CollcRe this year. 




SAN FRANCIfCO 

HOTEL 

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DOWN TOWN 

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MODBBATB WATBS 

Hcainning I I tlcainnioi 

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GRAHAM avti a new ttandard of pliyfical and 
mcnul comfort on abarp cunraa. bumpy roadi or 
high-crowned teeda bocaaos a combination of 
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vicnwMA. amw connaM, sonday, june lo, 1934 



' 1 

Third Section 



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Cho-CfiO'San ^ 







TAOBTmO ■ONO 

Bmk out tlM anehor and itow It, 
And pay off taeh iheet with th* 
R'« » niD. Iftda, and erp you may know % 
Wtll speed with the wide, roUlng 
■mi. mm, the wide. roUint mm, 
WA «Md with «IM VMl^ ffSlllBt 



Olvt ut Uue water 

A hundred full fathom* or more. 

And whatever the wlnda may bequeath us, 

iMpllBg a redty. 1m Aon. 

Shore, Rhorp. a rorky. W nhore. 
Excepting a rocky, lep shore. 

Bright are the eyM that wUl guide ut, 
Tmcni iMaHi art the magmte wtH 

And though an old !wlt. mlRhf d 
We'll ever stMr thiu on a crulic, 
NT flna«B % 
ttamonft 



Calm Hps thp hnrbor we're making. 
Yet we ride on the wings of the blast. 
And Omm, 111 a new tfawa la biMkkif , 
Wr ll drpnm of thp danffers gone past| 
Past, past, the dangers gone past. 
«ltlM 



W 



BILI It li MM or IsM a wasU o( that 
•xtoniag the bMutlM of our yaetat- 
h* mTlnaunent for the benefit of 
of boat owners already familiar 
with the varied charms of the BrItlAl 0»> 
lumUa COMt. It must be apprprlnf^vl. never- 
thtfMi. eonsidpring the apparent lack of In- 
tereat on the part of th* gtlHTll fdMb t»> 
wards yachting craft of any dpacrlptlon. that 
Ifet Mae general pubUc needs to ba. told 
•bout tlM IllMMI gills milllHlfc 
through Intimate contact with land 
^rWoncd from th* oockptt or 
or gift flM 



i "J^ai lAcior/Q I/acUK' 

Cocfboro Batf 



Although but an Indifferent betting man 
•t beat, at tha Mat thna X AooMnt nlnd 

wagering a bob «r tWO on the aMertlon 
that the yachting auifoundings of Victoria, 
wlilla thqr nay poMlbly bo o«nalM hi on* or 
two other favored localities where yachtamm 
ara in the habit of ooogregatlng. oould not be 
Mi'iMMSd by any OM «( thHH anywhere. In 
fact, I think It would bt a AtMO to make surli 
a bet. believing it to ba sneh a "sura thing, 
or OOMM b ut whjr attempt to quaUfy the as- 
sertion? 

One thing is eertaln. anyway, the Brltlah 
Oo hiwb ia ooast possesses charms all its own 
for tha faoht owner, and incidentally, la days 
fOM by, X knew of the odd boat k>ver who 
came to scoff over the pretentious claims made 
for thU section, and who, when he had OiMl 
for himself. Invariably remained t/> play in 
what he found to be a veritable yachtsman a 
paradise. It Is that, and X make tha alata- 
ment. by your iMve, without any qiialincatlon 

Where can you get such a diversity of 
yachting o o ndHl o u s hi such Meal iiirrwMt 
Ings? Here are thp land-locked harbor.'* where 
the little sailing boata can engage in clean 
coatesU and tset the smsrttWM oT their erews 
at aall-trlmmlng and "^tlck -handling." with 
plenty of breeze and fairly smooth water at 

stretches of aea-room, where thp largp'^t craft 
must be expertly handled by the more ad- 

of hla graceful crMtion. which appears to bp 
a thing allre when properly sailed and in 



£■9 






TkMlrtlDg has often been referred to m the 



"Vort of ktati,- But thai 4M«t 

thing. It has also been the sport of princes, 
merchant and otherwlM, and while the kings 
•nd the prtnoM «hg have made yadittaig 
a hobby wpre, and are, undniibt^dly finp fel- 
lows (they could hardly te otherwlM, loving a 
oNsttai M bMuUM M a iMlit eaa be and 
seeking the "communion of the sea" aboard 
one) it Is principally the sport of men. 



It Is 



•lallto 



ftao^aadrm 



B' 



Choice Is Wide 

) AY and ahralt and Oalf to cheoM tar mS- 

ing and cruising over through days OB 
end. the yacht sman, still yearning for big seas 
and Hm thrill «r the oeean's vastneas can get 
them In a few hours from home on the gnat 
Pacific. Or ho ean erulM ahnost Indelteltaly 
•Bd OBjojr an ow-Changlng panorama of 
colorful Islands mmI the grandeur of gvMt 
mountain rangM bordMli« deep Inipu. if hp 
hla salUng hi ■mmatively smooth 



not 

^tire kings 
Jectlon. 

With the manilo^ yachtii^ appeal oT Vic- 

It had a start as a community before grpafer 
dtlM snrang up in this section, it is not to be 



institution many years ago. It wmild take thp 
oldest Inh a b itant some time to figure out when 



spread 1fj< canvas wings in v'r'r,rift waters 
As I am not exactly that personage m yet, I 
oanBot otala aoenralilirt bwt X haiw hMrd It 

said that Victoria boasted the first yachting 
offanlaatlon. in the Northwest, and that the 



were tested; 
Harbor. 



to local eathusiasta, tmt occasionally they 
dmioped an latenattonal flavor, when craft 
from Belllngham Bay and Port TOwnsend 
used to come here and try conclusion.'^ with 
VIetorta craft ThsM meets foreran the more 
ambitious yachting profraauBM M towBB and 
eltlM grew tip along Puget Sound and on the 
Brttkh Columbia coast and vied with one 
another In producing boats which would hMt 
a smart turn of speed as well M f a id U M* 
oo wuno d at io n for a cruising parl^. 

TMrttaf has ipowB by what H fed on" hi 

these parts- the game for the 
tt eould not have survived othsnrlw, 
yMMMMB hi fOMUl bMsahouta are proud 
of the clubs that yearly grow in strpngth, and 
whkh are at prceent repcaoented in probably 
tho Moat mniMalatlii Intematloaal yachting 
group in existenco— the International TaflhA 
Racing Asaoclatlon. This organlatlon Is com- 
er a Bomber of chibs from both stdM of 
International boundary, and evwy yoar 
for a week of radng in one m other of 
the yachting centres. Good ftilowship pre- 
dominate* at these gatherlapik oad It li aa* 
other safe bet to state they are productive of 
oonaklerable goodwill latematloaaUy. Whcr- 

thsM meeto are held. I hHlj Tlatarto 

aro Mlected as Judges, stsrtem and 
A regatu oC JforthwcA faeht** 



and 






'«r atar ehus and dinghys brings out 
a Kood field and provldM flaa ^ort for tho 
•mateur Mllors. Thla racing Is not confined 
to BMB ahd boys by any means* the club hav- 
ing several lady sklppen Who keep dOM to Om 
leading oraft in aU races and not Infrequently 
brtog thdr little ships In at the head o< the 



lYotith't Game 



■AUmo thil nMO bMt radiw la above 

- «n a voung man's game and requliM a 
steady supply of recrulU to maintain interest. 
™'** * <*0h make every effort to en- 
courage the development of budding yachta- 
men. At preMnt the Mlling committee Is en- 
dMVwIag to establish a sailing class which 
should appeal to >k,vn and ghk of high OdMOl 
age particularly. For a very nominal amount 
M aafl boata sen. a healthy type of racing 
boat known as the "Snlpe^ la adVOMtod by 
the ofllcials. and already It Is pretty well s«- 
ttMt the move wlU prove a popular one 
i B aoBfear mn bg but to mto gat 



While yachfji are looked ..^^ ^ 
In the category of luxuries, a brand new sail 
boat of tha "tolpe" class can be purchased at 
sbout the same price as a hes bei BMlor 
car, while sailing craft with plenty of acrom- 
cruising partlM are not any 
more expensive than the amafg wall-a»> 
pointad autonoblle aad jwi 
by tho 



Cc^mniodo re 

men would not be eomplete If P J ryReiny 
and B. B. Temple, for instance, were not 
among the nflkiiali 

Originally located on Victoria Harbor, where 
it occupied various premises, ths ilogal Yle- 

t)oro Bay. where it Is likely to remain for a 
long period of tlBM. llMre ila chibbouM over. 

hardly be 




nslur- 



or the Royal Yacht Club for the 
vason of 1934 are: Commodore, Dr. Thnwai 
M«cer; vloe-Mamodore. Pred. N. D nob. rf. 
mb; tear-eoamodore. Major w. oarrard; 
nr^r rapuin. J, B. Adaad: fleet mumb, Bg. 
B. X. Nlckelk; measurer. N p. MiBdri MB* 
nlMy- treasurer, p. c. Adams, 

Club Chairpicii 

CWAmvpT* of commltteM hMloda i, %, 
A ckland. aalMng eommlttee: j. p. Dirk. 
■i*>r fcggi bmmIIIm; F. O. Adams. houM 
emnmlttei^ iBi W. T. M. iMNM^ BMOfhw 

eommlttee. 

Other members of the varioiw ooBunitteM 
Include Rumidirey twmr H. M. MAtrerin. 
Herbert Oann. y. j. aReflly. Thomas o. 
Denny, aeoffrey A. WmJi, A. W. CoupiaDd b! 
■ X L. O. - ' 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, JUNE 10. 1W4 



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THE STAND-IN 



In tlM riitMin. old-fMMflMd ■Indlo 
hp labored tlir Munm man wa.-, rcBanlt'd U 
» atnuige lellow, never r>^i>nnif or fUrtlag 
«Rh Ow pratty younv gndlM who vm 

fvfrywliere about and were perfectly willing 

to XUrt mad ctoAt vltb a lad jik« Ocam 



B* WM th» ten 

>ind, with a funny nuyp of hair, and nf>body 
tvcr knew what he wa« UUnJilng about or coo- 



way, but his smile was pleasant and corn 
pletely cUanfed liU lac«. atul liu voice Itad a 



I tha 

' liM 



Hp wa-s one of the couunoo OT 
trlclan* at the etudlOb MDong' dozen-t of his 
kiBi, dravliic a modrnto forty dollars weekly 
and eootaatad wUb tha vwk. Ba J* 

to parch patiently up aloft among the rafters 
With a spotlight at ibis elbow, ready always to 
flood the scene below and «"«— '"fftt th* Uaek 
hair of the heroine whenever nhe turned tragic 
lor the camera and demanded. "Why did you 
not tot ma know ym wan a mmn1»A ■Mat* 

Orover lighted up fhe.v Inquiring heroines 
by kicking ou the spotlight with his heel, and 
a* tha baraai aai iMNlMi «C hto aluAo feond 
him uttanjr.lMiHMailktfaflmwiaaMfla 

duU. 

If ttat itiidle toltan rapMtfad him aa a 

bird because of hLs dl.^lncltnatlon to run 
«lth the pretty movie extras, they would hVf 
bM tha Mon d i wf o MB dad aeoM thar hava 
peeked Into his room at the lodging house up 
In the Hollywood foothills. In his small room 
fflrtgr-ttma idwO nt a Hi a of Soala larda 

the great and only Sonla Zarda who Is not 
tha most beautiful o< tha cinema stars, nor 
MfMl. ael tha lorattait. hot who la 
blessed with the magic gift that sends people 
trotting to tha boa oOca with mooajr la the 
rUMhaad. Ka had mm Mm tha 
only her likeness, either oo 

or la tha morla thaatiaa. 

Oiovar nam did asythlnt about Zarda. He 
wrote no letters beginning: "I . •■. dur last 
ptetura and 70D aca wcaideiful." He sent no 
flofwan to Sarda'fl atudlo and asked for no 
autographed photographs, enclosing ten cents 
la stampa. He worshiped in silence at the 
■hrlne, hiding his thoughts to himself, and he 
asked for nothing more until one dajT ha 
thouglit of moving from his own studio over 
to Zarda's. Zf ba wera there be would see her 
ocoasionalhr and hear bar folea whO^ Aa 
acted. 

He conferred wUh one named Joe Beck, 
wboaa Influenoe axtandad to aU atadiag and 

within a week of axklng he wa.? up aloft on 
new rafters in Zarda's studio, shooting his 
apotll^t down at fvarii haraaa aad aaellat fef 

the thouRht that Zarda herself would some 
day walk ia beneath him and brighten tha 



IN his new Job he did not see Zarda, but It 
was not aorprklag, as aha rwiialmd away 
from tlie .studio for weeks on end. Orover 
spotlighted for comedies and domestic dramas 
and nada saw frianda, going peaoaf ully about 
his affairs serene in the knowledge that ht 
workad wtaara Zarda waa aad wouki aea her 
when tha day eaoM. At luach In the atudlo 
buffet he heard a property man named Ed say 
something that aUmd bis lataraat. Id waa 
sitting next to hiM iM h«d lafanrad to a girl 
sitting amoog tht attMr ftoli tt tha nam 
eatlttg bar. 

"Which one?" Orover asked, looking over 
tha tap aC hia eup at a dowi tmttm Uam. 

•The one in the blue hat." said Ed. 
"Is that so? ' asked Orover and for the first 
lima ha atartad with grava kitanal at a& <r- 

tlinary studio girl, a girl of no Importance. 
"Her name's Margaret Bender," Kd volun- 



Orover made ao fOrthar inquiries;, but his 
Interest did not waaa. fMr tha Margaret Bender 
aeroaa tha taMa waa* aa M had ramaited, 

Sonia Zardas stand-in, and thrrrfore. a.s 
Zarda's stand-in, the person in the blue hat 
waa of hnportaaea to Orover Tliompaoa. 

A stand-in Is an employee with a steady job, 
although tha studio pay Is sauUl compared 
with tha aalarlaa of aran atlaar aetraaaaa. for 
the stand-in has no acting to do and need not 
ba food-bMAlnc or poasaaied of charm. Thara 
ara mala and faaula ataad'laa aad thay ra- 
Ueve temperamental stara of tha drudgVlM 
Incident to shooting a photoplay. Thay anrhra 
early and stay late, never having a word to 
say, and wait for order.t when a set is In prep- 
aration before the actual shooting beglaa and, 
aa their title indicates, they sUnd. 

Ihagr ataad here and they stand thara, whfla 
tha camera men fuss about anc*. focus. They 
place their toea on chalk marks on tha studio 
fkwr, Whara latar on tha atar will atap la aad 
unfold her talents. It may be hourx before 
the technical men are ready to proceed with 
tha aeana, aad arerytblag must ba Juat ao. 
ready for the real artor.s and nobody out of 
focus. All good stars in the movies tiave their 
itahd tna wha waadar about ataadhn la aer- 
ners and doorways, patient and long-suffering 
and usually tired in their legs at night, always 
la fraat of tha aanaraa but navar photo- 
graphed, ever In the mldxt of aettaff aad tlh 
manca but never a part of It. 

A aalwal roqohMa la that tha atand-te ha 
approximately the same .«tlze a.s the star and 
wear tba aama sort of garments. There is little 
futufa fw a itaad-te aad tha pay navar y1aia> 

Margaret Bender In no way rrsr^mhled Sonla 
Zarda except In height. Margaret was a qulet- 
apokan Anartoan tM with lovely brown hair, 
rather light, and Sonla waa a wild soul from 
tha Balkana, Orovar Thompaoo made It a 



delay and M 



*1 aaw yoo in tha itndte raataurant yaatar- 

day." Orover .vald with a Mlla. says ymfM 
Zarda's stand-In. Do you Uka the job?- 

nPThy, yes X do,** Maigartt aaawarad. *lt 
imt bad. I have kmc lawMoaa whaa aba lail 
working— with pay." 

"WlMkt'a aha Uke— I bmmi whaa yoo know 



aad attnattm I gat 



"flba^ 
with bar. 



« f Y -""l.T, me." said Oroirer. and he anked 
Margaret to tall him this and that 



1 



for 

half an hour and Ciro\er wound It Upi 

"Tomorrow, what do you say wa hdva 
aataia tha atraatf* 

Margartt nnilied th.tt :,iir would gladly hav« 
lujach with him at Harry s, which la outakle 
giwmda. and tha naxt noon saw 

the beglnnlnK <>f a fiwndshlp between two 

young pa^iite of opposite aexaa, whiebfla al- 
waya a 

MarKaif! liked him ifflaadlataly — t** waa 
«niu.vd V. Hat sha aaw before her WM a llJI 
moody b«> with a alow grin, who 
iucuinprchenslble questions concamlBd the 
foralga actraaa wboaa stand-in aba 
tiena she aaawered cheerfully. Hter mlad was 
brlgh.t and her eyes were bright, too, aad 
required but little time to know that she was 
bat a window pane through which Orover was 
looking at someone else. Whan aba 
the fact she smiled to 
\.as a bit wounded. 

"Why, you dont Ska M at an. da year 

abe asked when thev were good friends. 

"Of course I like yuu, ' he protested. 

HM a btt. Ton doat area aaa bm. If H 
weren't for Zarda. I would ba 
this minute, wouldiit 1? ' 

"Not at an." be aaM aad Aa hMihad at Mat, 
for he wa.s telling a He and looked it. When 
they became better acquainted, Urover's secret 
toy eoeiplatCly aapeaad aad It waa dear ta 

Margaret that she was still "tawlfng in for 
Zarda. She learned of the farty>thiae photo- 
grapha and waa aatantohad to knew that ha 
thought of Sonla Zarda as a creature apart, 
a noblest work of nature, symbol of all that to 
aad alhafint and dhrlna. 

nade no effort to destroy tha 9la» 
tttva. Mm aaver informed him that Zarda waa 
httnaa to tha extant of having occasional 
storms of temper, that she was spoiled by In- 
dulgaaca aad flattery. . She forabon to say 



yea know. inaiitbaH i«a la* a llttto Uhi 
Zarda— whan you walk. Ttaere'a 
In the way you hold your bead that makes ma 
think of her. lha* wouldn't be surprlslag. 

her and if you MMl bMNT, I aartektfy Will aot 

dye my hair." 

*T4 Jfta It,** ha MM. iffomtrnk. Vaa 
da aa yn llkt.- 

daya after thto he walked op the 

gang plank to one of the Mages and was 
alectrlfled to observe a braad-naw Margaret 
by a erowd ef chattering 
glria who were admiring her hair It was flam- 
mg red and the extra ones kikk!' d and said K 
looked stunning. Orover stopped. 

"Well, " .-he said. 1 did 11 Ahd hOTi It to'aai 
bow 40 jrott like Uf " 



"Take off those 
clothes," she shouted, 
"and do It 
aaaH waar thaai 




( ( T MQWr buy a hatful for 

her." he grinned, and Mar- 
garet asked If he would attach 
hto card. Nothing happened to 
Indicate progress. Carpenters 
hammered on sets, to be aore, 
and the studio prepared to re- 
ceive Sonia ' and go ah^ad Willi 
the drama, and presently OrONr 
waa delighted at some newa. The 
electrician told him he 
would probably work on the 
Zarda story, if they ever really 
got tha thkBff goiag. and thto 
was the state of affairs when 
Urover and Margaret hopped In- 
to tha roadatar for a long 8oa- 
day ride into the mountains, a 
day of delightful freedom. They 
to aa aky luuBor uatU late 
in the al tg a eo ii , when the talk 
unfortunately waa of clothea and 
tha gannente that ladtoa waar. 

"I never thought of It," he aald 
auddenly. "Now that's fuaay. 
You'd thtak I would have 

Diought of that long a«o " 

He had been toasing pebbtoa 
at a reek, but aoddoniy eaaaed. 

overcome with his Impulse. She 
turned toward blm and perceived 
that ha waa te ana of hto in - 
apired moBMata, which were be- 
glnnlng to make her nervous. 

*Tou would certainly look 
great," he continued, "In a wool- 
ly white Awaater aad a white 
tarn and a pair of white ducks." 

He made the pronouncement 
triumphaatly, but aba ramalnad 
solemn. 

myouU X aowt Wen. X would 
look perfectly silly. I prefer 
todies' clothes for ladies, and I 
aad tertla- 
neck swealan. Aa far darta aa. 
Never." 

■Tau'd took Bdghty eute," he 

in.s Lifted, and llkrgaret replied 
that she cared llttk about look- 
lag eute. aad further eand neth- 

lag about looking like Sonla 
Zarda, who made a specialty of 
White tana aad 



that the soulful one used unsalntly language 
when moved, and that if a director crossed her 
aha g a li apad about bar heaia daa t ie yttn bridge 
lampe and smashing glass. The stand-in never 
apoke her own opinion, that Zarda waa not 
qidte a parfaet aagM, aMra boaaUful ttiaa aay 

other woman: that .she was not particularly 
kind or gentle and could fall Into profane bya- 



It was true that she 

ioathed tvetx athir flMNb 



fla-s and 



Sn failed to menUon these Itanu to the 
youBff aealot. flrat. beeauae rtie knew he 
would not believe her, and aaeend, she liked 
Orover beraelf and waa beghialac to wonder 
If the word "ttke" aulBctonUy covered It. It 
gave her no great Joy. to be stu-e, to have him 
say that her votee waa low and lovely, but 
nothing like Sarda*8. Sometimes she stared 
at him In amazement and wished that aoaM Of 
hla thoughts could be of her, but In general 
the two got along famously, with Orover look- 
ing at MargaratH lovely face aad thtaUat 
Sonla and Margaret looking at Orover and his 
grin and thinking of Orover. It remained 
thaa ter weeka and waeka. and in the Mte 
the wortan aotlred the new frlOBdill% MM 
spoke of II la words of banter. 

After a loaf Maw Oroaer raf erred te tha 
riuestion of a person's hair— Margarefa hair, 
which waa aoft aad fluffy and brown. Xt blew 
aheut aad taaMad aad waa generany kiveiy. 
and any young man would have beheld tt in 
honest admiration, but not Orover. He thought 
It was pretty enou^ but the wtmm color. 

"irowa to an rUM bat nd ii tha real 

for hair. Think aC hav your hah* veuM 

if It was red. ' 

nna thtak of It." aha mkt, "because i dont 
eaiuto. My bair baa biHiflMi riteia ter yaan 

and Ibam aattaflad.'* 

'^ea, but red to aucb a gorgeous color for 
a woman's hair. XiOofc at Zaffia'a hair." 

"I thought that was If Zarda's hair. If you 
don t think I'm geUing tired of bearing about 
zarda-bar hMr 1 

*ifb gMn^" to I 



"It's grand " he said wamly. "It'i 
Say, I'll bet you re glad." 

"I'm glad you like it." 

■a waa in a good mood anyhow, for he had 
just encountered Joe Beck, the iaflueatlal 
chap who had landed him at Zarda s studio, 
and Joe had told him the old studio missed 
him and wanted him back again, aad would 
In fact give him a baiter Job had pay a llttto 
mora wages. 

"■loaa yeuYt a feed maa." aald Joe. "Want 
to fo back?" 

"I do not. I like the wDy they 
in thU shop, i m plenty .satLsfled" 

So Joe was to inform the head electrician 
at the old sUmUo that Orover Ihompeea waa 
not available and that even a few more dollars 
left Mm cold. He had not yet come to his 
big day, when he would behold the etttdto'B 
brightest star. Soon .she would have to .stroll 
Into the place and begin a motion picture, 
and then she wouM be on the lot evary day 
untU It was flntobed. 

The atand-ln almost had r.-a.srd to resent 
the situation and the spuitual presence of 
Zarda te whatever they did. aa waU aa the ua- 
embarrassed interest of the electrician In one 
be had never seen. Margaret and Orover 
aeeawd te get ea. Me amde her toagh. Be 
told amuiring stories of happenings on the 
atages. Kven In hto gloomy moods she loved 
tebtwMhMm. 

ha toaraed that tarda waa 
to start wertu ba waa 
if hU Idcaa. 

answering his question. *lVb baOW te tht 
papers often enough " 

"I wouldn't believe that stufl. They say she 



the ptoasaat aftemooa be- 
came uieiiaai. orover e^ipanaeo 
whnt he thought of a aeaaada 
who coukl oMlge a friend aad 
look anappy in a whlto tarn, and 
Margaret answered that she was weary of try- 
ing to ptoaae and make him happy, especially 
by doing tbtags that only reminded blm of 
another woman. He aald that attitude waa 
rldleuloua and ao the conversation rapidly slid 
downhlU. They turned a bit caustic, and when 
he suggested that they might aa Wall Mve 
back to town, she assented 

They took leave of each other luumlllngly 
and iha dhtet ten htei abe had enjoyed the 
outing, for she had not. When she stepped 
forth in front of her home they were gloonyt 
aoleam «ad thoroughly mtated aad fUt 
rather eertata that a nice friendship waa over. 
He droea off la alleace and Margaret waUnd 
lato tha houae aad flung her hat agateet the 
wan with naadlam force. 

"What does he think T am? " .she asked In- 
visible ones. "Him and hU white ducks." 

At t^ atndte tha foUowIng momtag they 

n.f>i , nodded briefly and passed without words 
and Orover mentally made up hto mind to 
forget the etabbem glr! who wouldn't do a 
Icllow a small favor. As she meant nothing 
ia hto Ufa. thto aeemed a almpto matter. He 
planted late hto Job earnestly, and Margaret 
had her own work to think of The new Zarda 
drama waa Immediately ahead and soon the 
atudlo would he humming. At night Margaret 
walked slowly home 
tott Ume te her ttf e. 



O' 



flowers." 

"Quito true. She s fond of polnsettiai and 
warklng here her reams are haU 



the BMmtaif whaa : 

to rr^v ' • ^-ork in her large motor car. 
Orover wa.s iju a..antly stirred. Soon he would 
be up there wHh hto apotm^ and IpMta WMii 
be plenty of Zarda in the days ahead. 

Orover Tbompeon bad been long on tba Jab, 
ainea elffat a/btoek. When be pulled up en tea 
hide atraat where be uaoally parked his car 
he flliabed out and wondered If it would be aU 
right far an claetrtclan to buy a atar a bunab 
of floweva and send them in to her dreaaing- 
room. Cazrylag atong this thought, he strolled 
te tha ftewar Hand bard by the faaa- 



And that was that H»- IcisiirrU donned his 
overalib, hunted lxi« giuvu auU Mtu> ready for 

an Inflh^ day wtth tha «atBfht. a day 
when ha wuaM ^tm it larda tea the 



Bv 

PRANK CONDON 



atudto felk. Be was tblnkliw of polaeattlaa aa 
he walked, the Zarda flower alone i>: ull, and 
thinking ' of poiaaettlas naturally made him 
think of pink carnations, because Margaret 
Bender adored pink carnations, a modaat 
i!o\M-r wiiea ceaqpaced with (ha 
pomsetUa. 

n wm taha a huaah at 

meant to tPl' tlif (iernian up to tlie nif^ir.rnf 
of purchase, but wiiat he actually said was. 
"Wrap up aoBM of thoee pink 

30U?" And thf flower man did 

Why he changed flowers at the laat I 
Orover dfal aot know. He stepped on e««r te 
ttM atadto and a boy took charge of hto bou- 
quet and promised to hand It to Miss Bender 
when &he arrived, along with the card which 



r. he 

and there is on^ an 
"Wbatt" 

"Red batar to good enough on those foreign 
dames, but your hair to light bauwa by nature." 

"That will be taken oare of • shp .-aid smil- 
ing. "I auppoee we ara engaged now, aren't 
wet- 

"Why. SUM' we are ■ he said te 
prtoe. "I liiuughi, yuu knew. ' 



aolemnlv -i read In a book once where It was 
aanaidered suitable for the young man to kiss 

tha lady.- 

Grover broke into his slow grin and seiaad 
her as ahe stepped into the roadster, a gatf- 



Bted aloft to bta atetlen and put- 

tcu-d w:'!. hLs particuhir .spotlight, whittled 

awhlto on a new wooden owl and waited. At 
tea anetoek he gtaaeed dowa tato tee laewiing 
aat. Margaret Bender walked lnu> sight below, 
ready te ataad-ta aa usual if required, but for 
aa teataat Oroaer dM net reoogntoe har. 
thought he was looking at Zarda, for What ha 
saw waa a pair of neat wblto ducka. a turtla- 
neek awaater and a tarn eat raktobly over tha 
red hair. Everyone looked at her on the set 
"Say, she looks great," be muttered. "Ibeia 
is the sweiieet-looklag outfit X ever aatr te 
this world. X kabw ihe ua u M I btwaya 
knew It." 

He felt a auddan warm ^ow of appredatlaB, 
far here waa a friendly girt wearing a ooatume 
abe loathed to please him. Maybe tba eama- 
tlona had aomethlng to do with It Xt waa 
obvloua that abe liked him a great deal, and 
he sat on his rafter grinning down Into the 
hti and trying to attract her attention by tap- 
ping with hU knife. Margaret did not look up. 
Zarda henself walked into the set, dressed In a 
blown travel suit and followed by her maid 
earrytaf riwwto. Iha Mar waa amlllng and 
greeted her director as if he were a friend. 
She saw Margaret Bender, and like lightning 
the famoue «arda MDlto fled. 

The eet dropped Into silence and Zarda 
walked rapidly over aad laid a hand on Mar- 
garet'a ahoulder, twbrltaf har about 

"What do you mean by dres-slng like that?" 
she denuoided. "How dare you wear that cos- 
tumef 

The startled stand-in made no reply and so 
Sonto shook her rouf bly and seamed about to 
slap her. 

"This Is my coatume." shouted the angry 
Zarda. "Nobody aaa wear aucb ctothea but 

me." 

At point abe began really shaking the 
girl. The sUfT sUred in silent amaeemeat 

• And look at her hair," cried Zarda taiftef 
off tha White tma. "Mi 4ye« har hair i«« 

—red!" 

She was now acting and raging at the aame 
time. -Thka off thoee ctothH." touted, 
and do It MV MM 4«t ««« 1^ tham 

again." 

Tlffw.it was now heard the sound of sudden 
aad tumultuoua aotoe atarilng aomewhere 
up above the raftara. XI waa the aolae made 
by a young man descending ladders at full 
speed, regardless of wlrao, llghU and scenery . 
He UteraUy tumbled Into the eat mM evetyeae 
Ipjj fcf ^l ^ Ml' : xle straight to the star. 

•Take your hand.s on that girl and give me 
that tam. " he said, and he gnaUttod the whpy 
Whlto oap fran tha atar. "Who do you think 
you are? If you happened to be a man, I 
would knock your head off." 

It waa IDr. Hiitirr"" epeaklng for tha terM 
taw to the person whose forty-three photo- 
frapba adorned his walls, and probably ne 
aneh teeMant avar befbn happaaed te a movie 
studio. Orover stood between the two, looking 
belligerent "Bbe'U wear white." he aald. 
seowlto«. aaythbaf alaa riM waste te 
Thto to America, and aM the Beftrana, or 
fver you come from." 

The spectalara were aatouadad aad a trifle 
horrified. The director immediately strode for- 
ward and 8oate Zarda went into one of her 
real rages. 

-Oet them oat of hara," abe 
of them." 

"Come on," ordered the diraeler, 
bare. You two aia Bted. Oat Mliha ate aad 

get quk-k." 

"We are going," Orover said calmly, remov- 
taif hto werktef gloves. "We're on our way 
cut and we know It That's the difference. 
Thto moth-eaten star of yours te on her way 
out. loo, oBlr Mm tfOMB't know It yet " 

Zarda. who had never listened to such an 
opinion, reapooded by raising her voice atUl 
higher, aad Orover tod MaifarM foMh tete 

the sunshine. 

"Well," he said, "that ended up, didn't It?" 

"What made yda «• Itr aha ateed. 

1 don't know. X Mint stop to figure 11 out 
Only when abe bofaa ahaking you, it made 
me feel fynny. X gnem I aMMt laaa fan. X 
liave probably been loving ymi all tba 
and didn't know It. Queer, isn't it?" 

"Rather queer,* Mm adaltted, aad har 
had a happy aole. INTte MM M 
though." 

"Aad bow long do you believe X*B ba out of 
% Job, with the old studio yelUng for me to 
come back? They'U probably booat n>e to 
forty-five or ftXty. Ton dent anppeae two 
pw)pte could Uve on that, do yoo7" 

"If that to a propoaal of aaanlafe, I have 
heard more lOHianttr ones." 

Itek bat yeu know about me I wouldn't^ 
be any good meklng those little speeches. It 
would make yoo tough. And It's a funny thing 
baw yaa pa right along not finding out soone- 
thing aad «MB dB M a aaiin, yaa da teM It 

out. ' gMBiate 

that I put on to please yo*!?" 
•That wUl be all right with me. Ill be walt- 



offlce boy paused to walah Wltet aMHNi te ba 
a struggto, but was not 
Tea kaew," Margaret oaM amteiw. "if you 

cloae your eyes, you can imagine I'm — " 

nbat'U be aU of that " he aald tbreatea- 
hMly. aad after ha had klaaed her Tietoatly 
four tlme.s, to the satisfaction of the office lad 
and the gata-tandar, they drovf gayly away. 

Horse Racing Centenary 
Celebrated in France 
With Ncw^Featute 

TBI governing authority for flat-racing in 
Ftance has been buay otfebratb^ Ito 
eentenary. The fuU and imposing title of this 
bady to the "8oetoto dmoouragement de 
FAmelloratlon des Baeee de Chevaua an 
fbance," but nobody bothers about all that: It 
to known simply as the Soclete d'Kncourage- 
ment There to no need to expiate te a 
n-enchman that what the flaetati 

to horse -racing. 
The Saalate owna the raaeeoureea M 

champ, In the heart of the Bols de Boulogne; 
ChantUly, some distance out of Paris, and 
Deauvllle, and titles of the old nobility cram 
its long list of committee members. Until 
1882 the Jockey Club was part of the 80- 
elete. wheee godfathera, aa one might aay. 

were Englishmen. Lord Itenrj Seymour waa 
lt« founder and flrat praaldant and won tta 
prtedpM raae for Ave yaara te 
while Thomas Bryea daaifaad tta 
course at ChantlUy. 

Tha teM raae of the Soeleto waa held en the 
Champ de Mans Thl.s was soon found to be 
Inadequate and King Louto Philippe permit- 
ted a aaw raoeeourae to be buUt at Obaatllly 
on the great Conde property that the Due 
d'Aumate, hto youager eon, had Inherited. The 
praeent OhantUly eourae, though now much 
enlarged, to on that aame alto and will oele- 
brato Ito own centenary next year. Xt waa 
at OhanUlly that the French Derby, the Prte 
du Jockey Club, was run for the first time In 
1830. The original Jockey Club stand at 
Chantllly consisted of a large trolly on whleh 
m e mb a ra and their ladles, protected only by a 
rail, were drawn to the various points on the 
oourae by cartboreea. It was not until 1867 
that tha LoafMuuap course wea opened. 

A new race, the Prix du Centenalre. has 
been inaugurated as part of the centenary 
cetobrattana. whOa leading aetata froai all tha 
theatres have baaa taktef part te a revue 
dealing wtth tha •aolate'i hiatory. 



Better toPreveiu i!)ia^ k 
Spot in Roses Than 
to Attempt Cure 

By DBAN BALLIDAT 

BLACK spot Is the most serious of all rf)Re 
dtoeaaea; It Inleeto aU varieties, and to 
pravalaBt wherever reea ara powa. II to aM 
a new dtoaaae; it has been a real praMiBi M 
roae growera for many yaara. 

Btaek apot to flrM not to a a Me ftr the appear- 
ance of brown specks on the upper surface 
Of the lower leaves. By toto l^irlng or early 
tenamar tbeee epoto becene ealargad, turn 
black, and appear to be surrounded by a yel- 
lowish tinge. As the dtoeaea apraada, the en- 
tire aurfaee becomee yellow, altheufh tt nmy 
be covered with small black 4Mtl. 

Because the paraalto enters the leaf ttoeue 
under the surface, it to very dUBeUlt to con- 
trol. If the grower neglects to use a prev en- 
tlTO, and the dtoaaae once gains a foothold, no 
fUngldda can then effectively check lU course. 
Xnfaated leaves carry the fungus through the 
Winter, so that the disease Is ready to attack 
new roae leaves In the Spring. Black spot 
cannot be cured after thorough infestation. 
It U better to prevent thto disease than to try 
to cure It The latest reeeareh and expert- 
menu have ittown tttel ttte em ba 
ceaafuUy. 



Is Writing Cantata for 
Next Olympic Garnet 

THBIB are, tt aaoato, Hkely to ba aaaiy 
hymns In praise of physical exoenaaoa M 
the Olympic Oamee of 19M. The poem for 
whleh the German Ooverwnant to offering a 

prtoe and for which Blchard Rirau.M U to 
compose the muato Will not be tha only 
Olympic song. 

The Itolism compoaer Re«pliihl, baa decided 
to write a cantato for the gamee and already 
has gone to a lot of trouble to decide upon tba 
language In which the libretto shall be writ- 
ten lie gathered together a dozen men of 
diilerent ctaaeea and degrees and had "Ham- 
tot" read to them In various tonguagai. llMy 



Rides father's Hoise 



M' 



«iteflf lte» 

and when she e m erged from the tan 
patiently alttliv te the roadatar 
boufuM M oar- 



w^OM eeremonlal oc e a ato n a , Ktef Leopold baa 
A^ deckled to nee Tttanto. the borae that hto 
father used to ride to all atate p rooemlone and 
mlllUry reviews and which followed Ktef Al- 
bert to hU Interment. Titanic 
many prtoes In riding and jumplnf 
and u. In faat» a aMBMflaaat gpaMatei gf 
native breed. 

Ukc both his parenta. Ktef Leopold to a 
tover of horses and a skilled rider. Qatta »- 
eently, hto mothers favorite horse, a fine bay, 
Montjote, died Mter apending the last few 
VMMd «( a iMf M te «i 



VHE PAgy COLONIST. vrCTOIttA. P.C., SO^DAY. JL i; 10, 1934 



1 



Airpl; 



d Nati 



w 



Development 




Ciult ol St. Lawrence. Ateaou pMt 

Rock, where snowy iwablrd.^ aic fnrr\er riMng 
•ad caUUig. and wtiers Uw Say ol U«ap«, l)«r 

Aorc.^a most Imprfsslve alght. 

dear-cut af^lnat the cryatailine northern 
A)r win tower » great croM, thirty feet high, 
ft ivpUca ot the one Jaequea Oartler pienHd 
there when he took poei e Ksion of thesf ahorra 
In the name of Tranda I. Kuig ui i-Yauce. To 
kt «m.'OMrtl«r thought It waa China he waa 
■nnexint for hla 'moat Ohriltlan Majesty" on 
that occaalon. But that is neither here nor 

the mystic power of the Cr(«>., in the 
live of plain men and women in 
■MdWna litrope wMeh lad, dtnt^. to th* 

orlftaftl dl a oofar y of Canada. Fast days, 
aoilhftd fey ttX church, meant fUh dajra. 
tha aan raven. Baaoue. Brvton. NeffnMui 

English, falling furthrr and further wt«t In 
quest of their wares, stumbled upon Green- 
land, Ictla n d— l fiwftt undl a li d ftad Lahrador. 

The merchants, the pirates, the f !' i''<m and 
PBVMpector followed; up the St. Lawrence, 
north to Badion Bay. 

It la not HMfO coitirtdanra that tho ra«to of 

the C P R. foikma tho tnll ot the French and 
Bigliah f ur-tmding pioaooni, tho Scotch mer- 
ehonta of Itaitreol. Tho otod foUowod tko 

path hewed out for H by sturdy traders and 
trappers one hundred and flity years a^o. 

Has Modem Services 

TODAY that grctat hinterland of the Cana- 
dian North, down whose rivers the fur 
brliodea wofkod their ptfUons and tollMBio 
way every Spring, Is serviced from end to end 
In a faahloo which the great Hudson's Bay 
Company itaetf , with an tta royal m o i o g»M »o O i 
which Included collecting OUitoms and making 
wv, could not hftTe aouuiMl with all the giM 
la Maeo mqwrtli ooOwm. 

WMhte tho pool oovon years there has coow 
Into existence In Canada the most unique ftlr 
service carried on anywhere In the world. T»" ^ 
day. at a meoMat'a notice, a prospector caft 
climh aboard a plane with his tools, dOft, 
canoe and food supplies, and be aet down at 
any 90t on tho map whkh ha amy indicate— 
no matter how remote. Whether he wishes to 
remain one week or ten, he can count on a 
plane being on hand to take hhn oat when- 
ever he wishes. The sense of security which 
this assurance gives him relieves him of the 
anxtotjr hMldeat to tho foar of bolng troivod 
kgr an oaily fraeae^p. 

nut t-o the old proj^pectorR accustomed only 
to dog canoe and other tedious land and water 
aaoaaa of tranaportatlon. the most anrprWng 
thlnR about this service Is the time It saves. 
Lowell Thomas once astonished the world by 
raiathig how ha had flown aeroaa the wilder- 
noas of SInal, whicb took the liwaelltes forty 
yoars to crofll, In OMMtly forty minutes. The 
hMoqr of flying la ear Oaaadlaa North offtM 
qolto aa maay atriklng 




By 
Evelyn S. 



Tufts 



Airmail to the Arctic 



Oreat Britain r.s 



Tho PIrrt Plaao te Actnal VHght 



Monnnient at Kitty Hawk 



On December 17, 1903. the firat aacceiolal airplane fU^t took place at Kitty Hawk. North Carolina, when Orviiic vvnaht n.int^n . n«;«- 
hina made by hi» brother. Wilbur, and himaolL That flight Usted twelve seconds, and on the same .lav Wilbur WriKht also took ti;. m.ii^ 
* Laot year a monument waa erected to "mA A. -c-n* «» th... ^uuu .i.- - . » • we mawune 



mac 
alo<t. 



the Bcene of these attempts . which 
Canada aad tho Uailod Statea. 



led to the establishinent of a vaat iaduofery in both 



year, for Inatance, Involved 100 trips and saved 
dozens of lives. One of the most dUQcult 
covered 1,485 miles from Simpoon to Aklavlk, 
at tho mouth of the Mackenzie, carrying 

Sergt. Hersey, of the R.C.M.P., who was 
wounded while hunting Johnaon, the - mad 



The terse entriea in the Alrwaya X<og Book 
have a poignancy all their own "siric child." 
ono reada. "MO miles." "Blinded miner; Ood's 
Lake to Norway Bouat. 14S miles." "Indian 

with badly poisoned hand " "Mount/'d iwlicc- 
man; piece of steel in left eye." "lYapper with 
badly tstmn foof* And perhapo more toadh- 



Ing than any the tragedy Implied in: 
gcncy trip to Rrd Lake, 373 mUea. Brought 
out wife and child and body." The company's 
recorda include nearly fifteen cloeely typed 
pages of these cryptic entriea. Without air 
transportation, such isolatod **^mimitiBa as 
thaoa eodid oearoo ndai. 



Essential to Enterprise 

TAKB Rod Lake, for taiatanoo. tho famoua 
pro«pertlns; area of Northwestern On- 
tario, one of the most promising mineralised 
•naa of tho Dominion, in the old daya It 
took aeven hard days of back-breaking labor 
to get in. It (AOk the same to get out. The 
plaaao make tho trip In an hour and a half. 
Bhallared, warm and comfortable, and sitting 
at hla ease, the prospector can take ofl in any 
weather,' complete to one day what took weeka 
to Rccompll.'h before "Probably nowhere 
elae in the world." said Premier R. B. Bennett 
not kmg ago la thia oonnaetlon. lum avlatkm 
prnvrri itootf io iBuWal to aa t OTprlao aa hi 

Canada." 

In 1936 an attempt waa made by tho Cana- 
dian Airways to give an airplane service Into 
the mining field north of Hudson and Sioux 
Lookout on the C.N.R.. east of Winnipeg. Hm 
experiment was a success from the flrst. A 
few months later fourteen men and eight tone 
of equipment had been successfully landed in 
Churchill, Manitoba's new seaport on Hudson 
Bay, which was then under development. Thia 
story made the front page of nearly every 
new^mpw on two eoatlneata. 

within six yr.irs of that date the Patricia 
district of Ontario alone had produced ta.&00,- 
get worth of gold and tha Manitoba district 

.served by these airways Qivor |g,000.000 Sioux 
Lookout has become one Of the great trans- 
' portatlon eentroa of Oanada, aad the eleok of 
mining deveiopmoat luM boia aot abbad at 

least fifty years. 

Last year the planes of this particular com- 
paay each wook flew a distance eqval to a 
Jeorney round the world at the equator. In 
tha past seven years they have flown eight and 
a half million nUlea, earrytag toaa of matt aad 

expre.v nnd lumdred.s of passengers wllhmit a 
single passenger fatality on any of their regu- 
lar daylight senrlcos. 

Dependent on Planes 

SOATTEREX) over thia great barren region, 
which rep r ose n ta atfoaty-flvo ptr cent of 

the area of the Dominion, are dozens of mining 
towna and communities, some with a pecula- 
tion of several hundred people, whMh depe n d 
entirely on the air for tran.*portatlon. sup- 
plies, hospital service and mall. They have 
nelthor road nor railway. la thaw loealMes 
planes are a mere commonplace; but a rail- 
way train is worth traveling 300 miles to see. 
No other country on earth la so dopsad wK on 

air servlro a.s rnn?»da, and certainly In ao 
Other country has the airplane so deflnltdy 
ooatrftulod to tho cooatm woallh. 

The air lines carry oviffjrthlng. Including 
children and doga. Bears, bullion and babies 
are all one to them: they transport everything. 
Including flah. furs, pre.ssed hay and cook 
storaa. One box may be filled with dynamite, 
the ono besMo it with Laura Ba co rda.' Last 
year Canadian Airways took out hundreds Of 
thousands of pounds of fish, which had been 
caught through the loo la the northern lakao, 
amd landed It. still perfectly fnah bat aa- 
chlUed, In the markcU to the Sotttb. 

The auxilUry senrlcee psrforamd by such 
companiee as this, whkh Is our targaot and 
most Important air tranaport concern, are <> 



What the League Did in J 933 

By A. «. AVBRni. M.A. a deflnltkm of an aggressor whkh was more Both Japan and Germany have left the 

g— %NOUaH time haa now elapsed to review generally ac<-epted than any pmlous deOal- League. Apparently both of these caantrtaa 



By A. a. AVBRILL. M.A. 

ENOUGH time haa now elapsed to review 
aanely the gains and losses made In 
1333 by the League of Natlona in its 
endeavour to bring the reign of peace and 
prosperity nearer to a troublkl world. 

We wlU deal with political questions first; 
for. although they are the most difflcult, they 
are also the most important. The gams here 
are the following: 

On February 34, after lon^ and iodtaW no* 
goUatlons. a special Assembly met to judge the 
Slno-Japanese dispute. Thia Assembly was 
convened under Article XV of the Covenant of 
the League. It atnrmcd that the sovereignty 
of Manchuria belonged to China, but suggest- 
ed wide autonomy and measures to safeguard 
the ^>ecial Interests of Japan and third na- 
tions. TTie members agreed not to recognise 
the Manchukuo regime, nor to take any l.so- 
lated action with regard to the situation. In 
fact, they adjudged that Japan had not acted 
in self-defence, as she alleged, but had com- 
mitted an act of aggression sgainst China in 
her acUons in Manchuria. Thia decision waa 
adopted unanimously (Japan only disagree- 
ing) by the Assembly. The gain here is that 
for the nrst time in history fifty-four out of 
the sixty-five nations of the world joined to- 
gether to condemn (he action of a great power. 

Another gain was that the United Btates 
welcomed this decision, endorsed Its findings, 
and sent an observer to sit on the committee 
appotntod to follow it up— tho flrst thno tho 
United States have definitely co-oporalad with 
the League in a major Issue. 

Disarmament Conference 

THEN, In spite of Innumerable difficulties, 
tho Dtoarmament Oonforence resumed 

It-s labors and was kept In being during the 
whole year, an accomplishment of no mean 
order in the present distorted condition of the 
world. Tlirn two drflnlte step.<i of Incalcula- 
ble value in the onward march to peace and 
the otarlfleatton of a hitherto sMsd at but 

essential Lwue If that m.irrh is to reach lt.s 
Objective, mark, to the serious student, real 
gains for tho year's woffe of this otherwise so 

far atMrtlve confermrf Flr.st. the Rtlm.^on 
Doolaratloa. By this the United SUtes have 
uadertakon not to protoet aag of their na- 
tlonal.t who may trv to btOBk a blockade or- 
ganised by the League agataut aa aggressor 
nation, with tho Leagti9:s.^defI^Uoa of the ag- 
grev^or Thi^ IX" l.Yi .^t loTi h*.s removed the 
chief obstacle to the use ol the sanctlona of 
tha Laagus Ooesaaat one of tho ehlsf roa- 

aona why thsy Were not in\nked against 
Japan. The Laagaa membera were apprdNa- 
«vo that If they b kwka da d the sggisssai . they 
■tfght make the United st.ate^ their enemy 
as well as the aggressor nauoo. AU through 
hMory tho DaMad BlalOB havo vary Joalowly 
gunrded their richt as a aoutral Ml trade wHh 
a blockaded nation. 

Thea aaothor gn sa lluu wWeh has made the 
League hesitate to use aanctlon.s has been the 
difBculty of finding a definition, acceptable to 

another chief reason why Japan evaded the 
coademnaUon of the League for one and a 

Relief from this difBculty came from the Dls- 
armament Conference and from an unexpect- 
ed gaartor: ftaasla. the other groat nan -mem- 

T'-i?'ir " 'hr n i<inlan 

C mn i n ia n a f of l^)retgn Aflaifa, toot^ht Xorwasd 



a deflnltkm of an aggreesor whkh was more 

generally accepted than any previous defini- 
tion has been. It la hoped that the definition 
will be aeeepted by all. and then the League 
Council win be able to act pnaiplly la -any 
future emergency. 

Disagreement on Security 

ANOTHER l,s.sue which has been ' darlflOd 
is the connection between dlsarinament 
and security. So far the b^ trouble In the 
disarmament campaign lia.s been that the 
British block say disarmament will bring iti 
own security. The Frendi block say it may. 
but that that Ls not enough and that they 
must be assured of security before they risk 
d t m imawon t. Xa other Words^ the British 
block ha.s hitherto always .said, ' Disarm now. 
and probably, if we think right when the time 
eonss, aaae t leas wBl be applied to protect a 
dLsarmed nation against an aggrejisor." The 
French block has said. "First you deOnltely 
guaraatao that, whatever happens, if any na- 
tion commlt.s an act of as(({res.slon. t.hc whole 
collecUve weight of the other members will 
sanwrt us agahist the aggiossor. then we will 
disarm." These two oppasini? views have now 
come definitely into the limelight, and the 
British block Should now know that, if they 
want disarmament, they must now guarantee 
to employ sanctions. In fact, they know that 
thoy nnHt praotfeally agree to the substance of 
the Protocol of 1934. which thry then turned 
down, and the turning down of which was due 
la no smaU aMasuro to the attitude of the 
Dominions. If a mca.>>ure of disarmanM'nl l.s 
not obtained by this Conference, the world 
will now kaow on whose shoulders a part of 
the blame at least should be cast. 

The fact that botn Japan and Germany 
have left the League has made it apparent 
that there will be no disarmament unless col- 
lective actkm is anured. Bigllsh authoritative 
opialon la already coming to that conclusion: 
witnsas BIr Au.sten chamberlain's spseoh In 
February last. He then said that to obtain 
disarmament tha British should agree now to 
stand absoluMr Mdad tho nasttoM at tha 
Covenant. 

Two Definite Successes 

THEN the League has had two Mg deflnlto 
su cc e me s la the poUtlcal field during 1933 
Peru went to war with C<4umbta: the League 
.stepped In aaC after sanctions had basa 
threatened, Foru gave in and the w.nr wa.^ 
ov«r. liSKt Persia and Great Britain had a 
serious dispute over oil concessions; the League 
settled this to the satlaf action of both parties 
Abo a sauU dispute between Danzig and Po- 
land was amicably settled. The war betweea 
Paraguay and B<^vla. which the Pan-Amer- 
ican OongrsH at first tried to stop and. when 
it had failed to do so. asked the League to 
step in, has not yet been stopped by their 
Joint efforts. "Too many cooks, etc.," perhaps. 

During the y«r the League had to deal with 
many knotty ndnorlty problems. In dealing 
they finaUy seUled the long- 
disputed fMatlar between Syria and Iraq. 

On the lass side can be put the following 
VMhira to carry the moral ooadsmnation of 
Japan to iu kigicsi ronchalaa: that Is. to 
havs ooBip ell o d her to ovasuat- Manchuria. 
1*ls was due chiefly ta Vm reluctance ol the 
raajoT-Ky of the lyei 
on bshaU of right. 



Japan and Germany have left the 
Apparently both of these eouatrlss 

are mllltarlstkally minded. If so. they are 
better out of the League. The fact that the 
United States and Russia, both more peaeaful 
nations, have drawn far nearer the League 
than before has more than ofT.set this los.s. 

No definite rcstilt from the Disarmament 
Conference is apparent yet. Btill. the Con- 
ference Is yet in being and no great and good 
reform has ever come quickly or easily. As 
pointed out above, advances have been made, 
real ones, and the discussions have clarified 
tho situation. Tbo statesmen now siiould 
know what has to be done to get disarmaaMnt. 
It is chiefly fear of a certain public opinion 
as expressed in England by the Beaverbrook 
press and In Canada by the Benator MeRae 
resolution and a section of the press and the 
armamsnt press in other countries that may 
keep thorn from boldly dolag tha right thtog 
to get disarmament. 

The Economic G>nference 

THE chief aet of the year was the assembly 
of the EJconomlc Conference TliLs alone, 
the assembling together of represenUtlves of 
every nation oven to discum the oconomle alt- 
u.itlon. let alone .settle anythlnif. w,%.s an aot 
which, a generation ago. would have been 
looked upon as quite Utopian. Aithough. seem- 
ingly, this Conference accomplLshed alm(>.st 
nothing, jret to the close thinker it did one 
great thing. It showed the world that the 
chief road to recovery Is by mcan.^ of a 
stabilized currency— a stable means of ex- 
change. It showed that unUl that is set^ 

so that InternntlonnI trade can flow ra -ily and 
smoothly, no real recovery can be looked for. 
The United 8Utes. the greateet trading natkm 
of the world, refiwed to stabilize currency, so 
the Conference refused to deal with side issues 
and di^ersed. waiting, prssumably. untU the 
United State.'^ Ls prepared to join the rest of 
the world in stabilizing exchange. It also 
showed that other banlars to tatemational 
trade mu.*f be removed -snoh as tariffs This 
also apparenuy will have to Wait until nations 
•tt lass «ho>ts«hMly sriMi. 

Ths Leatfue did ILs part. It got the Confer- 
ence together; it prepared' daU; it showed the 
way. "Hie nations were not prepared to give 
before they receive— as they must do befON 
prospcrliy wUl return. So they went away. 
Mavftig the world little better off than befon 
they met That wa.s not the League's fault: 
it was the fault of the natkms. Out of this 
OMOttag did oome the Wortd Wheat Control 
Committee ThLs u rather like putting a 
splice on a broken taUe leg. Inkoad of putUag 
oa a aew leg. 



IR mall flying In the North l.s [)erhaps 
one oi the most romantic chapters in our 
alrhlalory. OoasMsr Iho eaao of Akmvflc f or 
InsUnce, a trading post aad Eskimo t\%ii\::^ 
settlement, which lies IJM adies north of Cd- 
aaoaloa aad m asOas Barth of tho Aretle 

n.-rle In days gone by that whole McKrnzle 
Kiver region had. in Winter, one dog team of 
mail, whkh emdd aot eaeeod MO pounds. M 

film;xson OckxI Hope Aklavlk and other points 
were included in this distribution. Today this 
moot aarths r i f. of ««rM air amU routes has a 
regular service by Canadian Airway planes, 
which In the past three years have carried 
•war sig htp tear teas af amU tato the Mc- 
Kentle Bay region. Last year over 5S.000 
pounds of maU and 1gl»,M0 pounds of freight 
aad oaproas were carried In and out ol Blous 

I<i<kivif one of thipir chief bases. BVOn in 
Nataaquan In the Labrador. whlOh was 
fbraMtly eat off from outside wamnnkiatton 
for month.s at a time, the dally 
only twenty-four houra late. 

It waa ta reoognltfcm of theae invaluable 
services and to bring the country more into 
line with the progressive air policies of other 
nations, that a Doralnkm Government first 
mooted a Tran-s-Canada Air Mall service, and 
gave out air mall contracts linking ths im- 
portanf Htles from Moneton to Wtanlpeg. 
fccouraRed by this support, better equipment 
was bought, more modem facilities acquired. 
Provlnoaa and munleipalitlea built up-to-date 
airports, service and radio stations aad 
hangars. Over the lonely prairiea and away 
north to the Arctic CNrele roared speedy Junk- 
ers, steady dependable Fokkers, stream-lined 
HavUands. The beaver-hatted gentlemen of 
the old Hudson's Bay days would not have 
believed their seventeenth century eyea. 

Today, with most of the air mail contracts 
suspended, oommerolal flying in Canada has 
received a serious setback. Most of their serv- 
Ices such as some of those outlined above, 
vrtille of incalculable value, have never been 
very remunerative. What has become a groat 
natkmal Industry, representing private Invest- 
ments of millions of dollars, now finds Itself 
hopelessly handicapped. 

One would expect Canada under the unlqiir 
circumstances which prevail here, to have the 
most progresslvo air policy of any natton In 
the world, since air transportation ha.s played, 
end is likely to play, so important a part in 
the development of our natural wealth. Bueh. 
however, does not seem to be the case 

Here js a splendid, efficient, modern m»- 
ehine. developed over a kmg pertod. at enor- 
mous cost, oiled, fueled, ready t.o Rn about its 
business of expodltteg the revival of the na- 
tkm's trads and tadustry. Must wo be ooatont 
to see It throttled dowa, kft Idtt, 
eventually scrapped? 

services have saved the lives of over 10.000,000 
people. The League has also carried on very 

successfully iU work against the drug traffic 
and the white slave traffic and against slavery. 
It has also worked on behalf of ehOd weHaro. 

refugees (it has now taken on the care of 
Jewish refugees from Germany j and prison 

reform. 

The International Labor Office had a very 
full year. They went some way towards get- 
ting a forty-hour working week tatrodueed 
into worW Industry to help unemployment. 
They passed seven draft cwventlons, chiefly 
dealing with unemployment insurance and 
kindred subjects. The number of ratifications 



anxious to balance bud- 
ti>'U and reduce expenditures as any of usl la 
•peodbag OOtJggHhk yoar Mrlho 

of her air and passenger services, 
faced wtilt Communist and RoyaUst rioters 
lemaadlag a b a l a a sig bodgst at the penalty 
of civil war. Is spending nearly $10,000,000 to 
keep her servlcee Intact The United Btatoa la 

Why are fi*w«f>ns ao alow in r^Jhdng what 

is going on in the world about them? Well 
might the old Hebrew prophet cry to us anew: 
"Can ye not perceive tho face of tho 8kyt~ n 
we permit our own air transport to break down 
for look of aupport, what wlU happenf As 
the great American air empire oxpands to an 
directions, is it likely to overlook the po^sibili- 
ties involved in servicmg the whole northern 
half of this oonttaMmt with alrwayst 

What of (ho rniturc? 

ARE we ui luture to undergo the ignoroy oC 
having Canadian ah- auU carried by Amer. 
leans, for companies o^ned and operated In 
the United BUtes? Are the photographs of 
our nataral rssourcss to be taken by Amer- 
leans, and the Information concrrninR those 
to be filed in Washington instead of OtUwa? 
Are we to keep Canadian aviation tat Cana- 
dian hand.s? 

In a not far distant day there will be a 
trans-Atlantic shlp-and-alr route in regular 
operation between this country and Bmapa. 
Already we have succeeded In brlnRlnR Qt- 
tawa. by this means, within four days of Lon- 
dnn Great Britain, with her enthusiasm for 
Kmplre routes, has already agreed to give the 
Xymtod Kingdom— Irish fYee SUte. Newfound- 
land and Canada route her support, to the os- 
clusion of all others, it Ls expected that thk 
will be an all Red line. But If we are not 
(■ireful, Canada's sharo in tho project amy 
turn out to be Red. White and Blue. 

Wtth the winged armadas of other nations 
^•rttaning the skyways of the world, must 
Oanada remain stuck ta tho mud of hor own 

dooryard. the only lame duck In the lot? 
Canada's heroic flyers have won her wings for 
her. not over phMld Kantlah hop AeMs or 
modem American cities, with their level 
cement landing fields, their heated hangaia, 
their great beacon ssarshlighU pleretag tha 
darkest nlRhf They have been won over the 
desolate wind-swept wastes which lie. many of 
them, aerth of g|. ilytag bMnd through 
Arctic storm and treacherous fog often with 
nothing but their own courage and a thin 
plpeUne of a daglo oaglao bokwoea the plkiu 
and death. 

Canada has won her winps All she askS 
now is a continued opportunity to use them 
to tho fanaat pooriMo ostoat te tho ooontry^ 



of conventions by the end of the year had 
reached 678. an advance during the year of 
eighty-four. They kauod many Tiihiiidiiisn 
reports helpful to govemment.s in their 
of improving conditions of labor genoimlly. 

The permanent Court of Intematloaal 

tlce handled a number of hltfhlv compiicat/'d 
Judicial disputes, the most nouble case being 
Uiatbetween Norway and Denmark over Iho 
Poaeession of part of Greenland They decided 
on behalf of Denmark, and Norway loyally 
accepted the ruling. 

The League did all the above on a budget 
of ggMOXMW— less than one-aeventh the cost of 
one modem battMilp. 



Shrines of Britain's Glorv 

B* aitABt.an nnararav . ' 



T 



Other Accomplishments 

HE Economic Section of the League did 
many other things besides the aecreurlal 
work for the Con/enaoe. One of thsoe waa 
to compile and issue a report on the pre-^^nt 
SUte of work! trade, which showed that the 
faU in trade was arrested laat AprU. IMr 
committee of experts has reiterated time aad 
again that tiie preeent poUcy o< natkmal eolf- 



The League supplied experts on heolth and 
other matters to CtUna. Orooce, Caechaslovakia 




iy OBARLW OOMWAT 

Ayr 

THE Scottish town of Ayr, whlOh Is 
world-famous, owing to its intimate 
assodatkms with the early life and 
work.s of Robert Bums, can trace IU history 
bMk to the late twelfth century, when William 
tho Uon, who selected it for his place of resi- 
dence, made it a royal burgh; and during the 
progress of the wars against England in the 
thirteenth and seventeenth centuries the town 
was regarded as a piaM of oonskiorable 
strategteal hnportaaoe aad valaa by tha ta- 
vadsrs. 

Dnrtag the Beotush campaigns of Edward i. 
In the thirteenth century, Ayr became the esa- 
tre of the English miUtary operations against 
the northom ktaigdom. and in 1»7 it was the 
scene of one of the early exploits of the gal- 
lent William Wallace, who destroyed five hun- 
dred of the tavadera when he turned down Uie 
' Bams of Ayr." which was the name botne 
by a number of temporary barracks erected for 
the accoounodation of the English troops. A 
century later Robert Bruce dsatiwyod the 
castle, which had been built at the mouth of 
the River Ayr by Wlliiam the Lion, in ordcf 
to prevent the fortroM from being oeeupled by 
the invading forces; and in 1315 the Scottish 
Parliament, which settled the succession of 
the crown in favor of Bdward Bruee, mot with- 
in the walls of the twelfth floatury Ohiadb of 
St. John the Baptist. 

Ih IgM Oliver Cromwell selected Ayr as tha 

.site of one of the Rreat fortreaaes which ha 
built to command the country. Ttiia strong- 
bold, kaown as •Tlie Citadel." covered ao area 
of twelvr- vi^ .(^.s and absorbed the Church of 
St. John the Baptist, which waa converted into 
a siceohottse. Cromwell provided the people 
of Ayr with the money to erect a new plaoe 
ol worship, which still stands and is known aa 
the "Old Church. " but of the fortrsas Itsalf 
there Ls nothing left with the esoeptlon of the 
rmtorcd tower of the twelfth century church 
which now bears the name of Port Castle." 

BuriLs I wa Brigs" 

MONO the moot InteresUng structures In 
Ayr are tho two bridges which figure 
In Burns- "Twa Brigs." The AoM Bflg. whteh 
dates bock to the thirteenth renturv w^s the 
bridge ta the town for five hundred years, 
but thU "poor narrow footpath Of a rilOOt. 
Whore two wheelbarrows tremble when they 
■mat." waa doeed to vehicular traffic in igoi. 
The prophecy, which . BaiBC puts lalo thO 
Ith of the Auld Brig, to the effert tha- •(„ 
Mg, erected te ITba. wtmld not last, was 



badly damaged by floods and had to be rebuilt. 
The little -Tarn o' Shanter" Inn ta Ayr is 

the accepted starting point nr th«- ex ttlnn ride 
Which is so graphically described in Burns' 
• Tam o' Shanter." and the road from tho town 
to the Brig o' Doon still follows the general 
line of Tam s flight, but it has been straight- 
ened out stace Bums' time, and many of tho 
spots mentioned In the jKieni lie a little dls- 
Unce from the present thoroughfare. Thero 
are two brldgos spanning the Doon. but the 

one with the .single arch is Die Auld Hrig. 
across which Tam s stout nag. Meg, bfjre her 
n>astsr Just ta advanee of the pursuing 
wlfche.s. who dared iif.t cross running water 
and were thus compelled to abandon the pur- 
suit of nm. who son had a rkle of about 
twelve miles In fnmt of him before rsaohtog 
his home on the farm at Shanter. 

Birthplace of Poet 

THIi; liumble thatched cottage In which 
Burns was bom In 1759 is situated about 
two miles from tho town. It was originally 
"a ciny biggin." which vias rebuilt by the poefe 
faUicr with his own handa, and It was the 
home of Robert until he reached the age of 
seven years, when the BurnA' family removed 
to Mount Ollphant, a farm about a mile away. 
Boms' Cottage was an ale-house until laao, 
when It was carefully restored to iU original 
aspect, and visitors are shown the room where 
-a Mast of Jaauary wind btew hansel in on 
Robin." and als., thr lx,x bed In which the 
poet was bonv A museum, which adjoins the 
cottage, contains an Interestuig collection of 
Bums' reUca, Including the ramUy BIMa. 
•Wchwss purchased by the trustees of tht 
aaMaam for aeveateen hundred pourula 

A snort dlstaneo from Butne' Cottage u Old 
Alloway Kirk, which was a ruin long bofoto 
the poet's birth, and is now reduced to (our 
bars walls Wtth gabtai oad a ben-oeta. It waa 
throtjKh the eastern window of the ehuttli flml 
Tarn o tthanter beheld the wltehea' orgies, and 
m the e h i y sl ^ a ni are tho gravee of Bums' 
father and niotlu r Niarby Ui Burns' Monu- 
ment, a round Grecian temple with fluted rol- 
"■tea. ta Whkh are preaerv^l the Biblee ex- 
changed between the poet and ''Rightaai 
Mao^'" Jean Armour's wtddlof rtac aiai a 
iinmbai of eOier rehes. 

Among oilier ranKMi< nattvoa Of Ayr W«a 
General Smith Weill, wl.o fell ta the Indian 
MMtay, and a statue uf whom stands in tho 
town; and John Loudon ****Atlam. ttM Safl- 
whose system of eonatnicting roads of 
layei|p of granite was adoplod 
throughout the world wh ei sioi the roquMto 

la pr'iriired or Imf 

(Copyrighted) 



Till- V (•<>[. MMST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. JLNK 10. VKH 



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The Dreamer Wakes Up 



NOEL walksd slowlr down tht pftth 
until h* rrached the shaded patrh 
»t the end ol the garden. Oa Uie 
lawn Mxne dULuioe off ha eovld bMr kte 

brothera calling and shouting at tennis. 

flow JoUr tbcy aouodMll How couid anyone 
fM Ilka tiMl, ha voodMd.'WlMB IM iMd aoeh 

a heavy heart. Of cour.se Ihpy weren't Kolng 
to ft ooMvMaljr new achooi tomorrow. a« he 



«M ft tnftt 



If only he could still have itoyad hartl Ba 

knew he had been a day-hny much longer than 
moat bosrs. because he had been lU. but now 

Ik will bring him OOl Of himself. " he had 
iMftTd a grown-up say. Uvea too much 
te ft wortd of dtwuas." 

That wa* a kind way of putting U. Noel 
knew what they meant; he was shy and awk- 
ward and illMKt In itraait eompany. 

A voire acroM the garden «M aftlUng hlS 
name. "Noel I Tea's ready." 

Ant ooa mora look at the old pond with tts 
deep water shadows cupped In green banks, 
ft awlXt goodbye to the tangled oopaa near, and 
Moal WM nmning tofward ttaa taouaa to ooa 
more tea. It was one more ewifllllin today. 



nl«lttl 

The next day was radiant, and a sky, un- 
tonelied by cloud, wore Its bluest robe. Noel 
rather wished It had been gloomy and wet, so 
that he could have left behind him a home 
JM Quite so alluring. 

8t. Andrewa, the school, was out In the coun- 
try, standing among gorae and heather, with 
here and there patches of pines; while walling 
the dlatant ooounon were low. misty hills, and 
oftr and than a tffir Una wkMi was 

the sea. 

It was only alter a few days that Noel be- 
fftn to raallaa that while the other new bo|n 

were beginning to make frlend.s already he was 
left alone; and one day he overheard part 
Of a oonvmatloa about hlmioif . 

"Noel Cartwrlght," Lomax major wa5 .say- 
ing. "That's the new rabbit; and about as 



And then a kinder voice: "Give him a 
chance, Lomax. Ue has only been here a day 
or twa X wfta *y for agoa whoa I woo now." 

Waa It really true that he was no good? 
90, Moot suddenly made up his mind that one 
doy, flOBMlMNr. he woold diow LaatuuL 

then one never-to-be-forgotten day it 
It was the first day of cricket, 
■nMBranwa now ma inuuNfi UMQ 
to tease him about hl.<s cricket because he 
would dream In the middle of a game. 

Hm other Mo botlod fink, and NoH was 
put to field High ovor tho orleket ground a 
amaU white cloud Mnd Uka ft fuU-aallad 
ahip drtftlnv aeroak tho ODdtaaa bhie; two larks 
were rl.slng and falling, and rising again, sing- 
ing of the world's beauty. Above them an 
•hrplftaa, little and busy, sang lU own song. 

"Don't look at these things." Noel toU hUn- 
aelf. "Keep your eye on the ball." 

But aomehow the loveliness of the day was 
tn NOilltl heart, and his dreama came crowd- 
fnff about him. He missed two easy catches, 
and the other aide got boundary after bound- 
ary through his poor '^'Mttrw Bo aoooMd 
Just too late each time. 

Lomax, for Lomax was captain ol his side, 
ohftniod hia plaeo oa Iho Hold, tak tidati 
weren't much better. 

"Jolly good job lor us It Isn t a match." hi 
rMMTkod le Xoel. In ttoa tetomO. 'nronV iMiro 

lot Va down nicely. Can't yov try?" 

Noel turned scarlet. "I dOk" bo said. "I do 
•ry." 

Ard then an extraordinary thing happened. 
Noel heard the airplane overhead and looked 
up. TiM Moa oaw H id to bo dotaf uaaouftl 
things. One moment he was swooping down, 
the next rising high, and turning over. 

auk aoBMOBo waa ritoutlac "Way!" and tlia 
bowler had sent him a ball, whlrh he tapped 
low. nearly sending a catch Into the sUpa. 
Ho l OB h id up at tha sky again. 
•XJome on!" the captain shouted. "We can't 
all day for you to watch an alrpUao 
nilak what youYo doinf 
But Noel coil Id think of nothing but that 
airman. He felt that aomethlnc was wrong. 
A ban wfti aant to him, and he hit it in a 
dream. An "over " came, snd he was suro, ffi Mt 
flinging down hu bat, he started to run fNai 
the gone. 

The others shouted IndlgBftatly le h*TT! 
Wai the boy quite craiy? 

But auddenly all the players were alert too. 
staring, atanoit rooted to the spot, watohlac 
that halpleas. bird-like thing nuttorlBg as 
thouth wounded to the ground. 
Whea Noel reachod Ik tho ftlrplano waa ly- 
heap on the heather, and he 
ft aan on his beck, though 
Mrmpped in. Noal did not know how hwi |m 
Wfta, but he was speaking 
''Qukkt" he said, and that was all. 
But Noel knew the danfor wfta that tha 
airplane might catch fire The man must bO 
extricated. Where were the others? WhMO 
was Lomaxt Re waa Mg and 
"Qtiick?" Nool mrnmmi i 
and help!" 

Ihofo waa ft oerftMMo ««w tho ftaoi. Mort. 

the kIow Noel, hftd IMMI OOaHBMd ftSd WaS 

being obeyed. • 
ThMW Wfta IffokOB wood to be dragged away. 

a strap to be cut. Someone had a pocket knife, 
but It took time to 6ut through a thick leaUaor 



Hm ftlman hardly apoke except now and 
agftia to «fty. "quickr With hia anaa ho too 
helped, aai at hMk ho waa froe. 

By this time a few people from nclgbboc^ 
tag houses had collected, and before long the 
ftlhafta, whom laga were hurt, was being car- 

of a eettage. 
Hardly had they |0k oloftr when a lUme 



Ortekat waa contlnuod that day la rather 

a different atmosphore. Under the eyes of 
the players a bravo buud had nearly perished* 
and ft feeling of Mlomnlty kept them quiet at 
their game. And they had something else as 
well to ooeupy their minds. This strange and 
dreamy Nool Cartwrlght had another side to 
his character, and there was not a boy there 
who did not oavy Nool'a quick aoMag of tha 



Unusual Pet for Hyde Park 



Bow be had ahootod at thoa to bo dolag 

something! He had called to one to go to 
warn the nearest neighbors, to another to cut 
through the akrapa. 

After all, waa It everything In the world to 
be good at cricket? It was a line game, but 
were aok the dreamen a caio tini e a fine toot 

Noel, himself, wa.s feeling very surprised 
about a discovery he had made. He had sud- 
denly kMk hiB feart What had been the itaat- 
ter with him was that he had been afraid of 
falling, afraid of dreaming at the wrong time. 
Be had been thinking far too mutfh about 
himself. 

When the airplane had craahed he had for- 
gotten that there waa sueh a petMa aa Noel 
Cartwrlght. He determined that he would try 

to forget himself again. 

It was still his innings; a ball ca 
Noel thought only of that ball aad the 
ary. He hit out. 

"WeU played!" Lomax ahouted; and aa a 
kind of relief to their feelings with regard to 
Noel all tha others called out "WoU ptaiyodi" 




Good Coinp«iny This eU-year-old Auatralian cockatoo waa quite at hooM perched on the handlebar oi Ua iU 

— — • yeor- oM waa ter^ bky de. The pair attracted amah attention te iMidoa'a popular partb 



ARTHUR Mee's new weekly publicatloa, 
1,000 Heroea. calla to mind the old say- 
lag. "A man la known by the company he 
keeps." 

The writer has gathered together and en- 
dued with life the stories of men from many 
lands and many thaea, yet aU worthy of 
praise. 

Issued In Kngland for sixpence a copy, each 
issue is sold here for 20 cents. The articles 
are beautifully Illustrated. A recent issue in- 
troduced the reader to the painter, Michael 
Angcio; George Borrow, trftveler^wrfter, and 
friend of gypsies; Carl Linnaeus, botanist; 
William Gilbert Grace, king of cricketers; the 
great Scottish divine, John KnoK; John 
Cabot, explorer; Thucydldes, the Greek his- 
torian; Jame^s Nasmyth, inventor of the steam 
hammer: Saint Thereea. of Spain; naada 
Huber, the blind naturalist : Beethoven, the 
musician; Sir John Oldcastle; Sir Thom- 
aa Ptowle Buxtoa. irtie. with Wllberforoe, 
brought freedom to the slaves, and Robert 
Boyle, the lather of modem chemistry. 

TMMhora aad older pupUa ean nuike. at 
least, the beginning of an acquaintance with 
theae wonderfrui people in a week. It Is not 
aeeaaaary for the reoder to agree with the 
pulhor's e.stimate of the various characters 
to derive great benefit from leading these 
dMrt Mogn^dUaa of people whom the world 
acknowledgea to be good aa well as great. 

There are scattered through the iaeues 
shorter stories of people less well known. Holi- 
day time is coming with Itjs leisure for read- 
ing. One or more of the 1.000 Heroea should 
And a place la the camper's outfit. 



A Lesson in Contentment 



By CHRLBTINA BOBB FRAICB 

WHILB oa ft viett to a dewn-Baat tU- 
lage one Summer I learned a lesson 
of lasting benefit. One bright morn- 
ing I called at a formhonae doer to aik tf I 
was on the right road to the bay. 

"Go straight ahead," said the pleasant- 
voiced bouaewlfe. wiping the suds from her 
arms and coming Into the yard with me. 

"Oo down the lane and through that gate 
with the weight. U it wasn't wash morning 
I 'd go with yen and open it Walt a adauta 
and I'll go a.s It Is!" Come, children, we're 
going for a walk!" she called, as she hurried 
into the houao aad eaoM ba^ with a fat 
baby In her arms. Four small children .scur- 
ried after us— ordinary little barefooted chll- 
dre a poor ly draoMd but ehtadng eleaa aad 
bubbling over with good spirlta. 

"Do you take care of all these and do your 
housewMTk without help? ' I gasped. 

Toe, and aioet of ay eewlag; so you may 
be sure I haven't much tjfun time. 

My tone must have conveyed my opinion of 
such drudgery though I forbore to put It In 



Trees 

In the garden of Eden, planted by Ood, 
Tbmn were goodly trsee hi the aprlnglng sod— 

Tnm of beauty aad height and grace, 
lb rtoad ki wtaadour kotoo Bto IMB. 

Apple and hickory, ash and pear. 
Oak and beech and the tulip rare. 

The trembling tvspen. the noble pine. 
The sweei)inK elm by the river line. 

Trees for the birds to buUd In and sing. 
And the Iflfto traea fOr ft joy In Spring; 

Ikoae to turn ok the froety call 
Aad eaipet the grooad for thrir Levl'ft fbok- 
fall; 

Traea for frulUge. and fire, and shade, 
lYees for the cunning builder's trade; 

Wood for the bow, the spear and the flail. 
The kael aad awak oC the dark^ aafl; 

He made then of orory grata aad ghth 
rtr the uae of BMA to the Oardea of Buth: 



"Hard work lim t the "worit thing that can 
happen." she observed, "though there's 
alwftya ptaaty of It oa a fkrm. We are busy 
Mk, though there'a Ma of good ooatfiw our 
way." 

•I'm afraid I've kept you back from your 
work." 

"That doesn't nutter, the walk has done 
us all good and I'll show you how this gate 
works before I say 'good nonUng."' 

She hurried cheerfully back with her flock, 
but I thought I detected the ghoat of a wist- 
ful glaaoe at the aew Harper's tucked under 
my arm 

"I wonder if she is fond of reading, ' I con- 



sidered, as I halrpinned the pages on the 
beach. "It is not likely." But Z found out 
.she wa.s, when I took the new magazine with 
several others to the farm. The fat baby was 
aaleop and his tMy aiokher waa rtttlag oa the 
poNh with ft Mg bftritit of aMBdlv bealde her. 

"Oh." she cried, "how lovely of you to bring 
these! John and I enjoy reading so much, 
but we hftve Uttle ncnoy or thao for aueh a 
luxury. Shoes and clothe.s and food run away 
with oiu- dollars. Being money-poor is the 
only load that beeoaiea heavier, the aMre dear 
ones there are to help to carry it. 

The more I saw of that clever hard-work- 
ing woman the greater became my admiration 
of her pluck and her happy kaadt of ilialbn 
the best of everything. 

1 am euro you must enjoy the scriptural, 
'eeetlauid f eaat of a coateatod adad,' aad I 

quite envy you," Z dedered. 

"But I wasn't always contented" she con- 
fessed. "I used to fret and worry and gel into 
a fiune about lota of things mostly thlagi 
that couldn't be helped. I was Just aadowa as 
could be one day, when I came acroaa thia in 
ft aewapftpor. and aow there to aovor * day 
but what It helpa me through." 

She handed me a slip of paper pasted on a 
card, and I read the words of comfort and 
cheer written by the beloved Phillips Brooks: 
"Why cannot we. slipping oiu- hand In His 
each day. walk trustingly over the day's ap- 
pointed path, thorny or flowory, ebooked or 
straight, knowing that Of W dB g. Will bitag 08 
sleep, peace and home." 

"Why eanaot wet The maater ealla: Ooaie 

with me," and waits with outstretched hand. 
Why not drop the worry and doubt and follow 
the great preacher's childlike example of faith 
and trust, by putting life's every day uadff the 
care of Him "who caretb for ua." 



The Children's Pet Show The Birds' Lullaby 



wlU 



Then lest the soul .should not lift 
From the gift to the Olver of Paradtoo, 

On the crown of a hill, for all to see. 
Ood planted a aearlet maple tree. 



Proverbs About 
Reputation 

AOOOD name keeps its lustre in the dark. 
A great reputation Is a great charge. 
A gor.^ r-itne Ls better than a good fOOO. 
Oot a good name and go to aleepi 
Mwe orodB may bo thrown down In a mo- 
ment than ean be built up in an age. 

T*ke away my good aaaw. take away my 
ttfe. 



The Sandman Paiscs By 

There dwells within the Lai4 of Nod 
A gaatet aad akoalthy Bttlo fii, 

Who gathers up fine grains ot mtA 
In either Uttle nimble hand; 
Aad aa ho paeeaa aoftly by 
Throws a small haadful to each eye. 
Making us bUnk. and then breathe deep. 
Aad iftwq, ftBd aodL Md fin 



SATUBDAY. the Children's Pet 
be hOkl in St. Michael's ptoylag fMd. 
Hampshire and Windsor Roads, it Is hopf«l 
many Uttle folks and older boys and girls will 
bring their pets aad that ft groftk aaay aaoro 
will come to look on. 

Lucky, the little grey-brindle terrier will be 
there and many another beautiful pek. dogi, 
puaalaa and. perhape, bird.s 

iHe ibow Is being held by UMS. Resolution 
Chapter, l.ODX, for the plaaaure of ▼Merta 
children and to raise money to send to Miss 
Claxton, who helpa the mothers and children 
at Orand Haven, to tho Peaoe Blver oonalry. 
That lady love.s her horse and dog. Captain 
and Major, and they help and are faithful to 
her. 

Miss Claxton's work among the lonely people 
who have come Into our province as strangers 
baa doao over oo unA good. Ihere are smil- 
ing, plump babies and rasy little girls and boys 
who will some of these days be strong men 
oad flao weaMB grew lag up ta the little iMMaaa 
away up there If it were not for the vLstU 
of Miss Claxton oo Captain's back, the babies 
would have bow pale and inleeraMe and the 
children ill. Their mothers love to see Cap- 
tain and Major and their mistreaa boalng. for 
they brtag eheer oad eoaafort ahraya, aad of- 
ten presents from their friends of the Resolu- 
Uon Chapter to Vlctorta. It U so that Misa, 
Okurtea will be aMe te give Oaptata and Major* 
and Lieutenant Buff (the cat), food and shel- 
Ur neat Winter that the show U being held. 
It wao thought VIetorto children who lovo 
their own peta would IftO tft h^p MBi Okotm 
take care of hML 

It it to a iBi day. the ahow itaaU wUl 



Sing to us, cedars; the twilight Is creeping 
With shadowy garmente tho wUdemeas 

through; 

All day we have carolled, and aow would be 



So echo the anthem we warbled tO 
While we swing, swing, 
Aad your bmaehee alag, 
Aad we drowee to 



•tag to ua. eedara; the aight-wtad to alghkw. 

Is wooing, is pleading, to hear vou reply: 
And here in your arms we are restfuUy lying. 
Aad teagtaig to ftoaai to pgnr soft hillaby: 

While we swing, swing. 
And your branchea sing, 
to 



Sing to us, cedars; your voice to ao lovely. 
Tour breathtof oo feagnBt, 
so atrong: 

Our Uttle aort-cradlcs are swaying •> slowly. 
While eephyn are b i e ad M a i 
ous song. 
And we swing, swing, 
White your braaeho 
Aad we divaao to your dreamy whispering, 

— B. Paulina Johnson. 



Life 

Forenoon and afternoon and 
And afternoon, aad night; 



The empty song repeata Itaclf . No manf 
Yea, that la life: aaako thto forenoon eubUaae. 
Ihto ftlkstaoaa * poalaa, thto night a prayer, 

■d thy crown is woa, 
— Bdward B. UlL 




Ik to 
ingale being 

ahamele«> ' 
to tha CrUnea, 



Our Land and Its Provinces 

The F()U[Klit\!.,^ of Uppci (.'anaJti 



TWDJ^TY-l-XJUR years pasMd alter the 
teiiNi on the iio.s.se.vsion Of the we«tem 
wilderness which Is now the provlaoe of On- 



had won their inde- 
and become the United States. Al- 
ready the French colonists had shown that 
they had ao dntoe to Joto the aew republle. 
l^ft in peooeful possession of their lands, 
theu^ laws, tbikr language, and. above aU. their 
reUgioa, thay koauao loyal subjeoto of Oraat 

Britain. 

In the meantime the United States had 
gftlaed their tadepeadoBoe. Mur froai fol- 
lowing the wise example of the Mother 
Country, they forced those who had opposed 
theai. or who had not taken their aide, to 
leave the covmtry of which many were native 
aona aad daughters, othere the ploneera of 



Among thaee driven away were meay of the 

best and bravest of her people. We have al- 
ready read how the United Empire Loyaluts 
louadad New Bruaawlek aad helped to the 

growth and prosperity ol MtoVft BOOttft ftftd 

Prince Edward Island. 

Camps of a Bygone Day 

THERE were, however, many thousand 
lojrallsta who. either from choice or 
aaoaaa lty. f ouad their way tato Oaaftdft. There 

were, besides, many dtobftadod OOMtolO WhO 

must be provided lor. 

The Oovernor-Oeneral of Ctonftdft ftt this 
time waa a Bwlu soldier. Sir Frederick Haldl- 

msnd, who by wisdom and bravery, had won 
promotion. When the refugees poured Into 
the aew country by thousands, the military 
governor ordered them all to report either at 
Sackett's Harbor, Oswego, or Niagara. Here 
they were fed aad khaltera^t Then the beada 
of families drew lots for the land on whlrh 
they were to make their home. To each held 
ofltoor was glwu 14100 acres, a oaptato 3,000, 
a aubaltern 2,000, and all other soldiers 200, 
with fifty acrea extra for his wife and each 
Child. AU okhen over tho age of twoaty-oae 

reeelvrrt 200 acres and each boy would be 
given as much on his twcnty-ftrst birthday. 

No one was given land in Quebec, except at 
Sorel, where a aettlement on fifty-acre farms 
was aiade In the hope that they would resist 
any tavaslon of Americans that might be 



It waa not the least use for anyone, high or 
low, to try to persuade the Governor to change 
the aUotted tend. Maeh of It toy ta what 
IS now the rich and lovely Niagara Penln.sula. 
The district north of Kingston was also set- 
tled by U. I. X^ygUata. 

Soon ftU were at work clearing land and 
building hones. Seed and farming Imple- 
ments were aupplled at first. The people were 
tadtMkrlouB, aad toaohred that the BrlUah 
colony they were founding should be worthy 
of the Mother Country they loved. Hardships 
were cheerfully borne aad amtoal help Ught- 

ened toll. Those were the days of "bre% " 
Waa ft bam to be buUt, a widow's woodpile to 
be made, or her Iteld ploughed, waa there 
cloth to be thickened, or quilU or mn':. 
hooked? Neighbors came together and worked 
with a wUl tlU evening felL Then arooad ft 
tabte loaded with home-made dainties thry 
ate and talked and Joked. A fiddler came, the 
floor was cleared, the young foUu danoed and 
sang, white their eldars smoked and told Ules 
of war and peace tlU for very wearlheaa the 
frolic broke up. That some among the com* 
pany had partaken too freely of the strong 
drink which In tho*e days wa.s fuml-ihed at 
almost every social gathering, was the one 
Mot to a day Of good fHOowihlp. A night'a 
.sleep and- a day of strenuous toll In the open 
air usually cured the victim of self-lndul- 
genee. At the doee of the oaakury oad the be- 
ginning of the next, settlements of Scottish, 
Kngllsh and Irish, with a few German Immi- 
graata, wort node ta the weetera ter seta. 
In the meantime. Oo^'emor .Tohn Oraves 
Simcoe had come to 1792 and chosen York, 
afterwardi Toroato. to bo the capttal of Upper 
Canada He found ten thousand white people 
Uving near the ahores of Lakes Ontario and 
■Tie and along the St Lawreaoe to the Lower 



I 



Friendly Indians 

N the f orsato aad vaUeya beyoad the eettle- 
ments and along the borders Of lakea aad 
streams were the birch bark topees of ua- 
counted Indians, whose canoes glided over the 
waters or ran the rapids. The British proc- 
lawiatioa of peaoe promiaed safety to theae 
savage chllAoa. The wlae nite of Ooveraer 
RakUouind had uirfield the decree. Instead 
of being, as the newcomer s had feared, mer- 
ciless enemies, the Indians proved friends of 
the nea and womea who had eone to Uea 
near them Skilled in wood-lore, they taught 
them many things that made life easier for 
theat Bkiierk trappers aad fisherman, aad 

knowing the value of edible roofii and leaves, 
the savages often helped out the scanty sup- 
ply Of food. They toughk the woa i ia how to 

make clothing of the skins of animals and 
the bark of cc^tato trees and to cure the Mek 



MW to ko 



Oovemor Simcoe lost no time. He soon 
decided that Newark, now Niagara, was too 
near the United Stataa border to be chosen aa 
a oapltal. and. rajeettog the attea of 
and Hamilton ' - ' ' rild at York, 
then a muddy uas grown to he HM 

laiBa^ itoh aad fceoallfgl eMy of Tkroatow 

From York a great road called Yonge Street 
was buUt far out among the farms. 

fllmeoe was goremor orilv for foir yearn hu*. 

to that abort Uaa had aatakkOed a 



by which farmers could reach markets even 
whea fkr eway. 

A Land of Farms 
ytrfHAT the eorly aettlara aad O overa wa 

W Haldlmand and Simooe made of Tapper 
Canada it haa remained for nearly a century' 
aad a half— a land of fknna traveraed by good 

roads. There are rich mines and many nties 
with busy factorlea. but most of Ontario's 
great wealth ta taken from its rich solL As 
you drive aloag Ita miles and miles of smooth 
roada you see on every hand comfortable 
houaes, great barns, many outhousea. Plaids 
of sweet clover and rich grasses, meadowa. 
where cattle and horses pasture to Summer, 
flocks of sheep and droves of pigs. The 
Wife cares for gee^e, turlteya and haaa. 
and cheese -long her care — are now made In 
factories. Orchards shelter the home and 
gardens supply the tabte with vegetablea. 
Machinery helps the farmer and his wife, for 
in this provtoce electricity has largely taken 
the plaoe of amaete ta laker. Tho youag aien 
and women on most of the farm.s are intel- 
ligent and the old folks live In ease and 



There are, it may be, deserted farms here 
and there whose owners have b—n tempted 
to aM«e tato tho city, to ho too ottM dtaap- 
potated of the riches they hoped to atUto. 



Greatest Farming Province 



N' 



rO province In the Dominion produeoa so 
much from its farms as Ontario, and it 
all comes from mixed farms. There are no 
mllea of wheat or great orchard areaa, ao 
ranches where thousands of cattle roam. Yet 
Ontario's farms produce every year $500,000,- 
000 worth of food and material. 

And all thl.s come.s from tlie Intelligent labor 
of men and women. On such farms everyone 
amik work at all seasons. There to tkae for 

rest and rerreatlon, but none for Idleness. 
The Government of the province and the Do- 
nlaloa prevlde tho f anaar with advlea aad 

dlrectiOB. There are agrlcultura! .srhnnls and 
model fanna. Scientists probe the aecrcta Of 
aftkulo for hto boaeOt. aad he bellevee the 
pnaiise: 

*?fhlle the earth remalneth, seedtime and 
harveet, aad eold aad heat, and 
Wtoter. and day and night, shall aot 



Puzzle Corner 

A Contractor's Problem 

Mr. Bobiaaoa engaged a pfttater, a plumber 

and a carpenter to do some alterations to hto 
house, and omtracted to pey them £70 aU to- 
gether for the woit. The eaipenter worked 
three times as long as the pftlator ftBd Otghl 
timea aa long as the plumber. 

If aU three aaen are paid an equal rate an 
hour, how aheuM the money ko tfMdodf 



A Riddle in Rhyme 

With aU things I'm found, yet to nothing be- 
long; 

Though a atrangar to t a owda, yak rai MO fci 

a throng; 

And though foreign to music and all Its soft 

[Kiwers, 

In songs and in epigrams, ladles, I'm yours; 
Though a friend to true gkMry, Tm ne'er to 
renown; 

Though no kingdom'a without aa, Z boM aok 

a crown; 

Both with kings aad with bawara aqr bkrth- 

rlght I claim. 
But enough has been toM to discover my name. 



Beheaded Word 

Whote, I am what b< often paid 

By one friend to another; 
What we would Joyfully receive 
From absent friend or brothW. 
Beheaded, I a question am. 

Which, If you will traiupose, 
You need no further seek for to* 
WUI 



Buried Plants 

ka each of tho foUowlng aentenees a ptont 
tohldiaa: 

Mmro sentenced away to 
TWs age of fuss and hurry. 

Write to Tom at Oban 
Never defer neighborly actloaa. 
Send for Rose. Mary and Aaao. 



Afifwert to Last Week's 

Puzzles 



stamp 
What Am If— Coal. 



trov« woodperker nightingale 
Do You Know Me7— Rototo 



(the 



The Song of the Little 
River 



rm going away, away, away 

Dp[wn river! Down rlverl 
Down river to the sea. 
Wending rock and standing tree. 
fhfOWell to you. farewell to me. 
Where oaoe X wftB. there am I Btiil. 
TTMMgh here the sea and there 
I'm gotog away, away, away. 



fIfW taBto OM. 



a. f 



I HE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1934 



pi 




urJb ond Cdvjx 



Increasing the Number of 

Colonics in the Apiary 



WK hftve previotuly polntod out that the 
bMke^Dcr !■ uuutUy mot* coooerned in 
prcTtnltnc Increaw than In torlnglnK It 
about However, there are timet when lncreai>c 
la wanted— times whan Inc r eaa e muat be had. 
He want* incraaw wImb ha want* It, but doaa 
not wMt 11 to Mil Mm 



IniriMsc by Swarming 

SWAKMINO u the bees' natural method ol 
InetMaa and taWMUr to oeev In tlw 

of the colnnle.s In SprliiR and Mfl 

When the hlv«a are populow and hOMf 
to Mat eeOaetad. and alio tiftmamStr at aiqr 

ttiOM 1& the Summer during a hnno y flow. 

A few daya before swarminc the bees com- 
Wftirr to ffMT qoami. and tho awam wifla- 

taf the old (juccn u-sually Lssufs about Iho 
Vlian tha earliest queen cells are capped. 



of a tree near the apiary. In securing the 
swarm, advantage should be taken of the bees' 
fflodnaM fof rwiMfHHy Into o oavlly. 

A new hive containing fr:imr.s fltted with 
loundatlODs should be prepared to receive the 
•warai. Ttili blfo smot ba braoi^ oloaa to the 
•histerlng swarm. Some of the bees should be 
Aaken into the hive; the remainder should 
tiMB ba ahatntn taito a box Md loMMdlaMy 
dumped on a sheet spread before the entrance 
Ol tba hive. IX It Is not convenient to bring 
tlM M« Mn to tbt iinmi. ttot bw fboMld ba 

shaken f^rst into the box. which should then 
be turned upside down on the ground nearby 
and proppad'np wnh a itlak «r glOM to aoUael 
the straggler.s A comb contallrtnt brood may 
ba placed In the new hive to prtMBt tba swarm 

cut the branch containing the swarm, and 
shake the bees on a sheet In front of the hive. 

Successive Swarming 

A SWARM wlU need feeding on the third 
day alter hiving if bad weather pre- 
TWtad tba bees from ooUeottag honey. About 
•ight days after the Issue of the first swarm, 
the first of the young queens will emerge, and 
than a aeoond swarm may go oS a few days 
later. Second and third swarms are usuaUy 
too weak to be of much value, and abould be 
returned the day aftar tbiqr ■ ■ ■ ni l, or thtgr 
ahould be united. 

It should be noted that the earllast algn oC 
daflalte preparation for swarming li the pres- 
enee of eggs in queen cells, the first of which 
ara usually laid about eight days btfora the 
swarm is due to leave. Qoeens are also reared 
when the colony is preparing to auptcaada its 
falling queen, but In this caaa there la much 
less than the normal amount of brood. A 
c(^ony that Is supenadlng Its queen Is not un- 
likely to swarm if It la atroof , although tt «M- 
ally delays to do so uaW th* flmt of tba fooof 
queens emerge. 

Since queens are aometlmat lost on thalr 
mating flight, it Is advisable to make an exam- 
ination of oolonlas that have thrown swarms 
about twelTO daya aftar tha yoonf quean has 
em erg ed, if eggs are present the queen Is 
probably fartUlaad. If there are no eggs, a 
frame of brood la an stagea Aould ba glvon. 
From this the beat will ralia a fMOi It tbabr 
quean la lost. 

Package Bees 

ATimUDfDOOS bualnesB has been built 
up in package bees. Since the season Is 
ao mueb earlier to the south of mm. bees are 
aivaUable for sale In packages long before there 
la muoh brood roarlag la Canada. TlMaa baas 
often build up, produce surplus honey, aadoiay 
swarm before the end of the season. 

Tbaaa baas, as soon as tliey arrive, and before 
tha eag« is opened, should be fad a thla ^rrap 
through the wire ctoth. To nak* this, gtfs 
sugar and water, two parts of sugar to one of 
water, and atlT it until dissolved. Moisten a 
sponge or a piece of cotton with the syrup and 
paint the surface of the wire doth with tha 
syrup. Keep feeding in this way as long as 
the bees will take it. They then may be let 
loose on a couple of combs, and U povilble one 
of them should contain unsaslad brood as well , 
as honey. 

If there should be no honey or brood In the 
oombs, it will be neeassary to feed one-hali 
teacup of syrup dally for a month, or until 
they can build up to a fair colony by FalL If 
you have no combs it will, of course, be neoaa* 
sary to let the bees loose on frames of foan« 
datlon— prcffrably full sheets. This should be 
done toward night, not during the middle 
hours of the day, as they might swarm out. 
Xa order to get the bees out of the cage, re- 
move tha cleats on the wire cloth on one side, 
than lay the cage flatwise down upon the 
fMMk To make room for the cage put on 
a aopar or extra story and cover the whole, 
aad leave it for ever night. Put on the cover, 
and laava it until morning. As a further pre- 
caatlen we advlae putting a piece of perforated 
Mao over the entrance for a couple of days. 

If the hives are not in readiness to receive 
the baas, tbay ahould be placed aftar feeding 
(as heraia diraetad) la a dait. «ool oellar or 
a cool room where there will ba plsaty of 
breeae circulating, and avciy thraa or four 
thay should ba ftm ««Mr ttaough tha 



Dividing Colonics 

Ta build up an apiary, dividing may ba 
practised, but this la d^oe at the 
honey production. As a rule no 
Ihould be dUld«*d until the bees nearly or 
lOiU flU the brood ohambtr. Tba part that 
b removed to a new stand Aeuld eonalst 
largely of young bees, bocauie these are not ao 
Uksly to return to the parent hivo aa field bees. 
n» part that does not nnnlaii the queen 
Ihould be suppUed with a tartlls queen or a 
npo qoaea cell, that Is, one la which the 
lassB b about to anwrga. With a aonaal eol- 
«ny it Is hardly poastble to fttMU aB VMM t^- 
«ltk»a la one operation. 
Om of tba bast saathods of dividing a eol- 




found aixl placed with one comb of brood 
containing no queen eeOi la a new hive which 

1.'-. !h«Mi t\\!'-<i ij) 'A I'll frames of empty oornij 

or foundation. This hive is then put on the 
old alaad, a qfuasa lartiHw Is pbtesd ovar tt. 

and on top Of this Is pat tha old hive contala- 
log the remaladsr «t tba brood. Mine or t«i 
itsr tba old Meo, wbieb bov 

f)^e.s and capped brood but m 
larvae, is renu>v«d and piaoad i 
abd a fsrtflo qpHSb ar yfpi 

IX Introduced to it. Any qytbH fliflg that may 
have been built in the comia tttffn the queen 
•aehidar amst ba oat ovt «b tba fltlh day 

after the flrsl operation, and again at the sec- 
ond operation on the ninth or tenth day. If 
BO quisn or quaaa oail caa bo latradusad. tba 

new colony may be allowed to re-qiK-en itself 
from the queen cells that have been built. 



Progress Being Made in 
Fight With Serious 

Cattle Disease 

THX Infectious disease in cattle caused by 
the Bang bacillus, now becoming more 
generaly designated as Bang's diseasa. baa 
been a topic causing much discussion in recent 
years, says the Veterinary Dhrector General in 
hia aaaoal loport, and attempU are batag 
made, more particularly on this continent, to 
evolve uniform methods for its control. 

Tba main asssntlal bi oontrol msasuwa j| 
the identification of infected animaL<( and tbsir 
proper disposition. In this the difficulty Iks. 
as tbars la ao aaUsfaetory dIatnnaHa agaat 

which can be practically applied In the fleld 
We must rely upon a laboratory blood test, 
aad while it is psMrally agioad that this tsst 
Is a rellabe one in competent hands, the very 
nature of this test neoessitatea Its interpieta- 
tk» la tha laboratory far away fnai tba aai- 
mals from which the blood Is obtained. Thl.s 
permits of many variables entering into the 
pr ssa diu s from tba tbaa the Mood is eonactsd 
In the cow -bam until a decision Is reached 
in the laboratory. There Is also frequently a 
negative period surrounding partartttan which 
must also be taken Into consideration. The 
question of antigens, the stgnifUoance of re- 
aetloiis ta various dUutioBS. aad their later- 
pretatlons also present diffloultlee In an en- 
deavor to obtain unlfomlty la arrivlnc at 





Here we see E. M. Straight, Superintendent of the Dominion ExperimenUl Station a; Saan- 
icbtoa, waTn'«»"g a colony of bees. He ia looking for queen cells, and he found one It can 
ba assa extend^ down from the con^ Ma left ttiaab poinring to it. Mr. Straight says there 
ia no aaad for tba axpatienced baekaapar to woar glovea and other protactiva a^iivawnt when 
haadlii« tba aoloay. aad the picture bears oat hia ftaiamaat CsrtaWr iM ihowa ao 



; aad the pictora bears o 
Ibrhia 



Za spite of MMIi fWUeulties it has been 
ahowa that tha disease can be eliminated in 
hstds by repeated tests, the removal of in- 
feolad animals, and disinfection. Many ex- 
perimental herds have been ."submitted to 
blood tesU for several years. In the labora- 
tories of the Health of *r*Tttb Braaeh thioe 
tests have been employed, known a.s the slow 
agglutination, the rapid agglutination, and the 
complement fixation. When these three teats 
ara undertaken they supplement each other, 
have a tendency to remove imcertainties, and 
permit 0 dofiatte illaiBBSis te maay otbsr^lse 
doubtful caseis 

I'he peculiarities of this disease and its wide 
prevalsaea aaosssltato tba aasralso of eauUen 

in the adoption of regulatory msasaiOS, as they 
must be reasonable, practical aad eooslstent 
witbtbs pretraas te tba eoatrol of tho diseasa. 
Pyderal compulsory measures would, the Vet- 
erinary Director Oenerai bellevea, be Imprac- 
tUaL Iba optional poiley of tbo Doatfalen 
Department of Agiiculture. however, enaUes 
ttte livestock owner to eliminate the infeetion 
la bla bird aad la uadooMsdlr of aducatloeal 



War Declared on Pests 



SHOOK troops are dsployad on a S^OOO-mlle 
front today In as unique and dramatic a 
warfare as any in history. Across an entire 
continent agrleultural selantiata are embat- 
tled be.<!ldes thousands of grlm-faoed farmers 
in »• fight to a finish with countless myriads 

Ibe stakes, in this International warfare are 
greater than those at Issue in any other battle 
In history. The battle front stretches aerosa 
Western Canada's fertile wheat la nd.s and down 
through the great plains of the United States, 
from North Dakota, Montana and Minnesota 

tOTHHftL 

Arsenal.^ for the manufacture of poison bait 
ammunition have been set up across the 
prabbs at stratagle poaMans. Drivers of 
motor-trucks are ".'tandlng-to," waitinR for 
the "sero hour." ready to race the Initial salvo 
to tbrsataasd BoetoBs of tbo battte frant. Of- 

flcial.% believe the three-year lOifS Of a wlBfSd 

horde is nearing Its end. 

aeperoussibos of defeat la this yoar's dator* 



stnietlon would be felt In every cotUge larder 
la tba land. Such a visitatioo came to the 
Red River settlameat la IMS. whoa, old 
records reveal, "a cloud of "hoppers darkened 
the air and fell Uko a hsavy shower of snow 
upon the colony." 

A orop which at that Ihaa looked vigorous 
and healthy and promised a rich yield, disap- 
peared overnight. Not a single green herb in 
tha ssttlsaisat was kft staadlag. The follow- 
ing year there was a new Infestation. A 
oounUess swarm of new 'hoppers was produced. 
Iboy lay in mswss thraa and foot taebos dasp. 
aad strsaau wars poOutod. 



I 




Distributing Bait 

N Maaltoba. laitakOiawsa and AlberU 

committees now are distributing huge 
quantities of poison bait to farmers in south- 
sia Infostad areas. Last yoar sub-committees 
supervised the operation of more thanVx) sta- 
tions in each Provinoa. Chemists have pro- 
duesd obsapar bait formulae, which has made 
tbo warfare aoonoaBlcilly foaatblo on a vldar 
front 

Tha pelsoB bbmkat win bo tbrowa against 

Infested soli. Larvae nurseries will be .strafled 
until the balance of nature Is restored to a 
polat whws aataral aasBiIss of tbo 'bo p p ai a 
birds, bees, flies and red mltsa the predators 
and the parasites— can lift the torob from the 
f anaor aad tha selSBtbt 

The pre.sent plague \^ the first extended in- 
festation since 1S74 and tha third of general 
bBpaot la the history of aot tb aw t bi Owtoal 



Oil Cake Meal Is Made by 
T wo Processes 

TB extraetlon of on froai flax ssod loavos 
a residue which, when ground. Is known 
as oil cake meaL Oil cake meal, linseed meal, 
or simply oil meal, la oao of tbo auMt wbole- 
sooM and highly nutritloua of all the concen- 
trates. Used Judiciously aad la limitod quan- 
tities, says The Dominion Ohobdit. It awy 
form a most valuable IngredliOl bl ttN IbUoa 
for all classes of farm stock. 

Two methods of extraeUon of the oil from 
tba flax seed have been generally used. That 
SBHihiiliii simple pressure to tha crushed seed. 
kaowB aa tha "old proeess," rssoUs ia a asoal 
with somewhat less protola but rlchor in oil 
than that from the "new proca m ." ia which 
tha oU li dissolved out of the enishad sssd by 
naphtha, the exoees naphtha being subee- 
quantly driven <vit of the resMttS by 
tha mass dried aad bagged. 



Ashes for Fertilizing Peat 
and Muck Soils 



A. Ixx k« Hippng al the well known Rxhrt Farm it Royal Oak. The ahecp enter« the 

dipV>in(i; tAV.V i , • ■ » :T i):r ;^ !u Vrd" rnmpletclf under with the help of t» f 

forked ttu k ar t | ^xa^t n out o( the tank at tha other aide. TUe operatien is performed 
twice a year, in ' ' k -<nd Fsll, and it rids the sheep of ticks aad astT ether vermin that 
aiifiM bay* bosa picbad ap tiM lblsr«oah« ttea. Tbiai 



rOOD ashe.<« have be^n found especially 
suitable for fertilizing peat and muck 
sou. Good laabty asbss. U, unleached and 
trrf f'-nm exceaa SBbd and rlav and Other for- 
eign matter, will OSblaln in an air -dried eoB- 
dttlSB IRMB 1 ta S par oent of phosphoric acid 
aad ftom 4 to 6 per cent of potash. In addi- 
ttab. tbey dbntaln from 40 to fO per oent ear- 
bonaH of baaa. Ibas. aa apfbeation of one 
*rn r>' n .rwi «j«he« o' iiverasa quality will fur- 
niMti app^uximateiy the aaiM aOMMnt of phOO- 

gborla asML polaab aad lime as woald be oon- 

tatned In 500 pounds of ^uperphnaphate, 300 
pounds muriate at potash, aad ifiOO 



Garden Week by Week 



lr. F. 

THERE is a new nepeta on the market In 
Bigland, and no doubt will muu be 
avodaUa la Oaaada. It la oaUad NfpaU 

Mx HULs niant, and hf ;c h th- di sortptioa as 
givan by the mtroducer. "We consider tbls tb» 
moot bapoHaat baady pbwt ttMlll baa ovoa 

been our good fortune to intrvid n c Ir'. efTrr*. 
it Is that mvaluable plant NepeU Mu&siiu, Uie 

times It produces .stout, crc .-i'rms three 
feet high, clothed witii the bLauiUuI grey- 
grsoB fsllaio of tba typs. aad with haadsome, 
massive splkea of greatly enlarged flowers Of a 
rather richer violet than in the type. We say 
witbaal basMatlOB that It la §o»at to ba one 

of the m'yst useful, long-ltLStlng bbd COlorful 
herbaceoub plants to oome inu> oulttvation for 
oMay a loaf yoar. Vot oaly la tfc auparb when 

massed in the border, but it malM ft partacUy 
delightful flower lor cutting." 
Iba above la tbo dlstrfevtor^s dascripUon, not 

our^, but If It is as good as we are told it Is, It 
Will be a great addition to the perennial 



n Alpin os. with some enormous short -stemmed 
flowecs, but tha petals are more fringed, and 



We are given to imderstand in the Kngli&h 
gaixlenuig press Uiat the new Aqullegia Hensol 
Karabell la a great improvement on A. Alplna. 
In fart, we are told that It Is by all odds the 
be&i ail-blue columbine In cultivation. It re- 
sSBlUss A. Alplaa, with big blossoms of pure 
.•sapphire blue, but unlike alplna. It is easy to 
grow, forming strong, hearty clumps and 
tbivwlat up plenty of flowering alOOM. 
baa aot rsaehod Oaaada yot 

A New Annual 

FOR the first time, to our knowledge, 
of Mesmbryanthemum Crlnifolium (tHa" 
Livingstone Daisy; is offered in Sngland. It b 
n. new hardy aaaual and very easily growa. 

; Which are slightly spreading, are 
smuuit'MU with flowers, about one inch across, 
of satin texture and of many colors. These 
are pure white, flushed and edged with rosa, 
crimson, pink and buff, while self colors in- 
clude primrose, gold, buff, apricot, crimson 
nnd pink. It should make a fine carpeting 
plant, would be good in the rock garden or dry 
wall, or for an odgiag for sbmU bo^ It 
likes full sun and very poor solL 

There are a few new Introductions aaMBg 
tho dlanthiis faailly. D. Boydll Is a very im- 
portant newcomer from the well-known Pal- 
donside Garden. It is ovldsntly a hybrid of 



plant has a marvelous constitution, 
years almost without attention. II 
on aad Off ab OaauMr aad b boo toebaa 

D. Ariel is another flne hybrid and K among 
the finest things of its kind that has been in- 
troduood for muv poors. With tba habll of 
Dlanthus Deltoldes, and with all it^ ease and 
freedom, it is yet rather suffer and stronger. 
wNb bawoM tbroa or four thaos tba alas, of a 

brllllan' ruby red. on six-inch 
flowers are deliciously fragrant. 

<3ao Of & K. RaU'a fbM 
Asia Minor is DlgltalLs Orient ale This IS b 
hardy perennial foxglove with a najrrow, gloMf 
toMafS aad stghtooa-taMb vUtas of cuitous 
barrel-shaped belL-^. with protruding white 
lower lips— as somebody said, like the lower Up 
Of aa onMltarad Porltam. 

Dwarf Trees 

A MONO dwarf trees and shndM 
for the rock garden the following, 
not new, have always been scarce and probably 
always will be. Jtmlper Coxil (the oofBn 
Juniper) Is an Interesting Introduction from 
China, and was originally Imported Into Bag- 
land by the late Reginald Farrar. It was de- 
scribed by him as a valuable forest tree, whoss 
timber resembles the pencil cedar and b 
greatly valued by the Chinese for the manu- 
facture of coffins. They are said to pay as 
much as $350 to $400 for a aingle plank. While 
it will, in time grow Into a tall traa, It U so 
stow In growth that no one need worry about 
Its getting too big for the rock garden ta a 
hfotime. 

'"Ireibena Trldens Is a beautiful and intorost- 
ing shrub from South Patagonia. It growa 
three to four feet high, with flne heath-like 
foliage It has proved to be quits hardy ia 
England and will grow in any light soil la aa 
open, sunny situation. The branches are 
aaaotharad with fragrant, small lilac flowers. 

While by no means new. Roea Roulottl Is 
still not half as well-known as It ahould be. 
It is, in effect, an enchanting mlniatura form 
of the old monthly rose, but is only from four 
to flve Inches high, with an endleas suooassion 
Of minute shell-pink double rosea txtn May 
till late in the Summer. This is a parfeet rook 
garden shrub and is always admhvd. It makes 
a vaiy baautilul pot plaat for bouss dsoora- 
tiea 



Seeding Machines First 
Used by Ancients of 
China and India 

IT Is said that the first notice of a machine 
for drtlltng grain ooews in Ohtneae history. 
Of wheelbarrow form with a hopper for seed, 
it had three spouU which conducted the gram 
through throo furrow opsn aw taito tba gronad. 
An old account In the British Ministry of 
Agriculture states that a form of drUl has been 
used in India ateost from tlmo InuasBMrlal. 
Through cuneiform writing and Illustration, 
mention la made of a seeding machine of 
Assyrbta origtai aboat M4 B.O. The d os Brip tle n 
leads to the belief that It was very similar to 
that used in India, being a crudely formed 
pkragh of wood witb a bobl-abapod ssod oon- 
tainer Bred was oaiTlad to tba furroiT tbroofb 
a wooden spout. 

Two thousand years elapse boforo history 
again mentions seeding equipment. In 1605 
AI3.. the Romans perfected a machine for 
sowing grain in drills or rowa. ICouatod on 
two wheels, with a rectangular seed conUlner, 
three or four rows of ssod wore dapositod into 
a broad, shallow furrow formed by a sbigle 
broad furrow opener. In 1893 Alexander 
HamUton in Britain wroto regarding his sow- 
ing machine "for small grano," bi|t §am BO 
• nig sMtbOd. 



Gives First Explanation 

TR first real explaaatlon of tbo bivontloa 
of a seeding machine was given by an 
Austrian, Joseph Locatelll, in Ifia. TUs waa 
mounted on wheels, had a roetaagular hopper 
fitted with mechanism for carrying out seed 
which feU on the ground, and was then cov- 
ered by a toothed darioe dragged brttfad. Tlwro 
Is evidence that it was manufactured In 
Madrid, 1«K aad S0I4 at a price flsed in the 
patent. 

as MM Mtm avatra p ras aat ad oaa of those 

mvhines with prlatod Instructions aad oper- 
aUng direcUoos to tba Royal Philosophical 
Maty of Loadoa. roeoauaonding lu use. 
Later, In 1701. JOthro TUll made aome Improvo- 
menu on the maohlae, but he was too far 
ahead of his time. After ibB many improve- 
ment.s were made by Dr. JaOMa Oook, an Bng- 
iish clergyman. Through tha ninetoenth oen- 
tary, advaaoeaiaat te eeediag maehinery was 
rapid HomFby, an Kngllsh Inventor, brought 
out the first rubber conductor tubea or spouu. 



drillo 

Between iSM and IIM the hoe fu^ow 
opoBsr was parfoetod; tbia typa la altn asad bi 

some saatlans of the Unlt«d 8Utes as well as 
in othsr ooanttias. After igM agricultural en- 
giBson. ysuBgiiisliig that ass— sy bi pbMbw 

the proper quantity of i«eed In each furrow was 
vital to producing beet results, oeeupted aumy 



How to Prt'st'ivc Lggs 
by the LimeWatcr and 
Water Glass Methods 



of our 



AT proeent prices eggs are one 
cbsopa* iaadSL Lew 

with heavy production They also cause the 
hoosawlfe to give eonaidaration to tha 
tian or alMMg Mr IbbM « 

for this purpose SbdbM bO 
the hot weather. 



at the Mcpsrhaaatal Wum la OtUwa tkmA 

1898 and practically evory praservatlve put on 
tlu market has been triad, llasults have varied, 
but tha tasta bavo prevod to tbo satlsfaatloa 
of the experimenting chemists that there are 
two preeervatlves upon which the housewlte 
nay dspaad— Uasowatar and water tlaaa 
The.ie have given entirely satisfactory results 
and proved to be distinctly superior to the 
laipa naanbar of pro par a t lona tsMod. Of tba 
two, llmewater has given the better results, 
and In addition it is a cheaper preparatloa 
aad asoro ploaaaat to ass. 

No preservative will retain the flne flavor 
of a grade "A" egg. ihars is bound to ba a 
slight taint or stale flavor la tho sterad sm. 
This will vary to SOOM ostent according to tba 
quality of tlie egg when atored. Sggs pur- 
chased for storing shoukl be the hli^ost Oo^ 
ernment grade. In the event of the eggs being 
bought at the farm, every opg fbOttM bo oaa- 
died before being stored. 

Limewater Preparation 

LDdXWATSR U prepared by alaklng freshly 
burnt quicklime, thlaalnf wltb wator la 
the consistency of cream and further diluting, 
with constant stirring, to ths desired rolums. 
The resultaat UaMwater aiay bo used at ooes 
—without settling— or allowed to stand for an 
hour or ao and the cloar upper liquid poured 
off from tho deposit or aadlssohrad (oMOsa) 
lime. By follow inn theee directions and using 
quiekllma at the rate of one pound to five 
galloas of water, a "saturated" liaiawator will 
be prepared suitable and satlafactory for the 
preservation of eggs. If qulekliaas is aot ob- 
tainable, slaked ttaae (bpdraMd Maa) aa aaad 
te the prepaiitbi a( BiadaMi Irtwi imp 
be used. 

The eggs, previously placed in a crock, 
water-tight barrel or other suitable rsssptdils. 

urr covered with the limewater. OOOW tiM 
container and store in a cool plaoo. 

Water Glass 

THE well-known preservative wst^er glass, 
chemically known as silicate of soda. Is 
readUy obtalaable from drugglau and gr eeo r s. 
being sold tn both liquid and solid fOfte. It 
has been extensively cxperixnented with, using 
soiutloas yaryiaff te stroagtb froai S la 10 par 
cent. Is, two pouads to ten pounds per ten 
gallons of water; a S per oent solution iws 
givoa better rsaulls than stronger soiutloas. 
It is readily soluble and no apecial directions 
for preparing the preeervative solution ara 

The results from water glass have, on the 
whole, been fairly satisfactory, but limewater 
b gmliMod to be the euperlor prassriawis 

(ha MPi on breaking, showing lees dlscolora- 
tlob Of the "whites" with more globular palka. 

To Get Good Results 

^^■ITAIN essentials necessary to flgtt I0« 
\^ galU: <l> That perfectiy freah sfga «rir 
be aaad. (t) ibol tba afps throughout Wm 
whole period tt p tai i ia ilun ba oompletety 
immer s e d. Do aot take them oat of the solu- 
tioa veto regubod for use. (S) That the Ofgs 
be Stored ta 0 oool place. A temperaturt Of 
40 to 4ft dopaos Fahrenheit undoubtedly nu- 
tanaOy aartsts towards retainlag pood flavor, 
or in arresting that 
tonstle of 




Perfect drainafs Is the auol 

in lily growing, and whw the soli Is ^'-i-v ryr 
the drainage poor, the eoll should be removed 
for about Mo Mat aad aome gravel er olbAr 
subetltuted. Coerse sanri 
abould be aiixed with baavy 



THE DAILY COLONTST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SrxnAV. Tr\K 10 




Drama 




lo.u 



er a— Mus i c— Bo oks 



Co vent Garden Is 
Saved Demolition; 
Reconditioning Done 




By V de B. 

— Tb* Intcrnftttonal 
At th« Roral Open 

Housf coiulsts of two w<'fk.n of O^r- 
ra»n •XMl four wf»k.-s <,; Italian 
Opera. While U ieiii.iii,s to In- seen 
wbether the ItaUan performer* prove 
ft drtwlnc card thki j—r, tb* aoe- 
oMt wlUeli hM •(ttndad Um open- 
lac ot ttm Ootbuui MMon has been 



A ftv ■MOtb* ago It looted M 
though tban vouM be no Oovent 
Qu&nL thk aeMon; the historic 
JMOM waa to be pulled down. A 
aOBipany was formed, however, and I most 
£100.000 spent on new dreftsln« 
rooms, new ventUaUon and heating 
syatami, a refreihnant loange lor 
ttat fyiwy and Btv atalreMM tha 
Ml MHU e( ttaa buUdlnt. toffether 
with mneh new paint and badly- 
noedp<l I edecoratlons. They even 
cons tructed a new street— Mart 
MmI— In the vaar of ttw thaatM. 

ACrrVF DIRECTORS 
ITie three most important and 
meet active directors are Geoffrey 
Tojre. manattng tflreotor, who Is 
aJao eoadnetor liila year of the 
Royal Choral Society, the operatic 
managing director at Sadler's Wells 
and the "Old Vl<- ' and principal 
conductor at the Royal College of 
Music. The new stage director Is 
Or. Otto Kbrhardt. farmerly associ- 
ated wtth the Ohieago Olvie Opera 

and the Dresden Rnyal Opera mow 
famous for his worli at tiaUberg), 
and Sir TTiomas Beer ha m M nW Ml- 
cal and artistic director. 

'Vehwanda" la the flnt of two 
nofoltka being prodoood at Covent 
Garden this year. Written by Jaro- 
mlr Weinberger, a Czech, and a Jew, 
this work, in fact all of Wein- 
berger's works, have been banned 
In Germany. For this reason 
Oe«<ent Oaiden was able to buy. at 
a very low rout, the whole opera, 
with all properties, scenery, cos- 
tUBMI, etc. The conductor for the 
performance of this work Is Clemens 
Krauaa, director of the Vierma State 
Opera, who la appearing at Covent 
Oardm for the Ural time. The 
opera was first given In Ciech at the 
Prague National Theatre in 1927, 
and later produc«xl in German at 
Breslau. Since ttwn it has been 
translated into seventeen languages. 
At the flnt performance here Wein- 
berger, aa weU ai the OMCho- 
slovak Mlnl.ster, wvre present. The 
Ringers iiiriu<i<vl Paul Schoffner, 
Vlorlra UiMilr.ic-, Charlr.s Kullman, 
Gertrud Runger, Alexander Klpnls 



the programme aa aoeh, yet aurelyj 
Strauss is Viennese in quite a differ 
ent way than are the three former 
composers. 

The orchestra has caused com- 
ment In the town because, lullke 
thoee other vlattbn. the Beilta PhU- 
harmoBle, they do not rise when 

their COiidufLor cntprs None of the 
Prussian dlijcipiiiif i.s t-vidriu in 
their relationship with iht u ix lovt-d 
conductor. The two programmes 
contained much that «M iBtereit- 
Ing. but only a few Itema oan be 
mentioned here. Pint and fore- 
was Brahm.s' Second Sym 
phony. Wiien one recalls that It 
was with the Vienna Phllharmoni* 
that Hans Rlchter first luvduced 
this work, the recent spieiirtkl per- 
formance Is partly accounted for. 
It has become a tradition with that 
particular body of players. Other 
works Included the Mozart E-flat 
symphony, the Bacchanale from the 
Paris veralon of 'Tannhauser." and 
schuhertii overture aad ballel 
(I and n) from 
Strauss was represented by his 
"G'schlchten aus dem Wienerwald," 
and overture to "Die Fledermaus. " 
Viennese playen playing true Vien- 
nese music— ao epontaneoualy and 
successfully that Brvno Wialtar had 
to add as aa 
Danube." 



FAMOUS \mm^ 

SET lUK MOVItS 



FIM»rimd$ 
NmMkm Even 
Im Bmg Life 



HOLLYWOOQ-^ Morri- 
son badnd W. C. Fields 

into a comer during the nim- 
iiig of 'The Old-Paahloosd 
Way" at Paramount, aad in- 
«l«ted wiMO reeouttttnc a n- 
MBt flsMag- expedlUon. 

Morrison: 'I was using 
worms. You know what flsh- 
Adi n s are?" 
i^ids: "Sun. Catexviilan 
aadlst." 



Evergreen Film 
Is Spectacle of 
Studio Fashions 



Mr JOAN 
oterricM. mt, kr the 



Open- Air 
Theatre 
Revived 



IX>NDOKv— "■vergreen. " recently 
completed at the Oaumont-Brltlsh 
Kilos at Shepherds Bush. Is one 
oi the moat veetaeular films, from 
a tMhlfln point of view, yet re- 
leased from a British studio. 
The story rangea from 



wiUi tiiuse on the black aquan with 
the corresponding nuwbef 

Work has started on another 
Blltiili UHematlonal picture. This 
Iseallr'd "Tlie Great Detendtr. ' and 
deals with the life of a famous KX3. 
—the name of Sir Idwaid Ifewlnri 
if suggwted. but the "chanc 
ter" has 



, dlscnetly renamed 

wardimn n..M .u- Zf T^' [^^ Beeston RolLs Matho.son Lanjt 

STS? S?1iL?iSr"* «^«y. Pl«y« this pan and is supported bj 
I^fir^C^' liatthew:,. has a strong cast of English stan Dlay. 

to ptay the parts of a popular music era, including 8am UymS^S^S^i 

1900 s and of cowie, RiataaM BM. iUry 'jwvSi 



who, as a 
Is her 



AKOUNO tMa portrait, nMeh hangs in the centre of the stage 
Dreams," a one-act ope ra , performed for the first 



MACBETH PREMIERE 
With the opening of the Covent 
season came the close of 
at Sadler's Wells. But not 
before a new and Important work 
had been prodticerl In the shape of 
an opera by an EnRlishman, en- 
titled "Macbeth." Thf compo-'icr, 
Lawrance Colllngwood. Is the con 
dueter-tai*«hlef at Sadler's WeiLs 
and thia new open is the first to be 
written on Shakespeare's play by an 
EMgltshman. He worked for ten 
years on this opera, which had a 
concert performance at the Queen's 
HaU some years aga Sepante ver 
steaa of the tteal part have been 
written by the composer to suit 
English, German and Russian texts. 

That the B BC Is trying to edu- 
cate the general publk musically 
aa well as otherwise ha.s been very 
evident this year. Those thousands 
who have been unable to get tickets 
for Covent Garden havt been able 
to hear broadcast one or mon acts 
of the opera.s each iilRht In this 
way It is possible to hear the whole 
•it aevural operas during the season 
But open broadcasts have not been 
confined to Covent Garden. Just 
before the ".ses.son " opened, a con- 
cert of Stray in.sky work.s was ar- 
nnged at BroadcasllnR Hoii.se. con- 
dueted by Smest Anaermet. at 
VllMl the Ant Bigllsh perfomance 
given of StnvlnSky's oomk 
"Mavn." The story concerns 
Para.«ilia'R lover, a young hiis.<;nr 
who. when Para-^ha'-s mother waiit.^ 
a new .servant. dUguises him.self in 
Skirt and bonnet, ttigaged, all goes 
mil unto the mother catches him 
shaving. The story «nds happily, 
however. 

HAUNTED RALLROOM 

A new ballot by Oeoflny Toye 
was reomtl> preaented at Sadler's 

Wells. It is a romantic woilc with 
scenario and music by Mr. Toye. 
choreography by Ninette de Valols. 
How the new director of Covent 
Garden has found time to write 
• aueh a work among his many other 
aetMtlea la a myttery. but the n- 
suit ha.s been most successful. There 
is a ciir.v on the House of Tregln- 
nis Its master is doomed to die 
in the haunted ballroom, where hr 
mUBt dance until he drops among 
the ghosts of the dancen of bygone 
yean The maeahre atow s iih e t e of 
the work, the fisih eiSiplng music 
and Uie very efTeetlve lighting all 
combined to makr the first per 
formance a highly suoceesful one 
Oaoffrey Togre eeadaeled this new^ 



L<Midon Pllms, producer."; of such 
outstanding motion picture ait- 
tractions as "The Private Life of 
Henry vni" and "Catherine the 
Great," amiottneea that It now has 
six of the world's most famous 
writers under contract to do screen 
pi a vs. 

H. O. Wilis, who- has been de- 
scribed as the "world's greatest llV- 
ing writer," is actively engaged in 
writing a special script for London 
Fllm.i, ba.^ed on hl.s prophetic 
works, IncludinK ' The Shape of 
Things to Coil I • : )ie most provoca- 
tive best seUer of the last decade 
Hie other authon under con- 
tract to London Films are LaJo.s 
Bluo and Arthur Wimperls, who 
collaborated on the writing of 
"Henry VUI"; Robert Sherwood, 
author of auch memorable works as 
"The Road to Rome," "Hie Queen's 
Husband" and "Reunion tn Vienna"; 
Geoffrey Dell, author of "The Fire- 
bird" and "Payment Deferred"; and 
Frederick Lonsdale, who wrote 
"llonsleur Beauealre." "Tba Last 
of lln. Oheyney" aad "Spring 
Cleaning." 



revolves the story of "The Painter of 
time at the University of Southern CsUfomia on 
•^abeth Warid^atleft. wh^playS 
/omposed the music and Neil Ames wrote the libntteH* **«nberton 



May 23. The portmt. by Stewart Robertson, at riRht, ii of Mary El 
the kadfalS Wle «l "Pwa m Girl." idea! of the y-i;r-.g .irt.^' <^a:r.at:zed 



Beauties Will Never 
Cease Says Carroll 
Naming Star Chorus 



By Central Prrsa 
SA.'sf FRANCISCO Srven bru- 
nettes, seven blondes and two red- 
heads, of Hollywood, oompoee the 
aU-Amerioan beauty list of 1M4, as 
selected by Barl Carroll, famed 
stage producer and aee pioker of 
pulchritude. 

Twenty-four heun out of Hblly- 
wood, where he Jast cnmplrted his 
first plotwr, Carroll made his an- 
nouncement here. 

"I couldn't make this statement 
la HoUywwdt," he laughed, "or I'd 



Broadway for his vanitliM. said 
"that makes brunettes, seven, 
blondes, seven, and red heads, two, 
Yes. that's about right 

"If I had thoee sixteen in my 
show, what a chorus I'd haVe— what 
aehonisi'* 

A $2,600,000 CHORUS 
"And Just how much would you 
have to pay these gbis In salarlesf " 
the interviewer asked. 

Owroll took a pencil and did some 
figuring. 

have been run out of town by the "i^t^'^^^T^''^'' 



Soviets 

Demand 

Mickey 



MOSCOW.— The Soviet, which 
ha.s proudly displayed Its orlgl- 
nalltv f ver since the Inception of the 
sUte, frankly admlta the superi- 
ority of Walt OlMiey aad his IClekey 
Moiue. 

The Oovemment recently began 
work on lt,s flr.-tt animated cartoon, 
modeled after what the press calls, 
"American Mikkl Maus." The Rus- 
sian "Mlkkl" wlU be a hedgehog. It 
Is dlseloeed. The subjects an to 

be his travels Into rapltalistlc 
countries and his experiences there. 
He Is to emerge victorious from 
each adventure with the capitalists. 

The Soviet equivalent to Mickey 
Mouse wlU have a palpllaMnR nose 
and will wear a cap at a Jaunty 
anulr an<I breeche.v HLs first ap- 
pearance Will be entitled. "A Orasy 
Trip." 



admirers of Greta Garbo, Mae We«t, 
Norma Shearer, Lillian Harvey and 
Others I had to leave off my brief 
list. 

WHAT A CHORI'Sr 

"I picked sixteen beauties because 
sixtepn is the itaadaM anmber for 
a chorus." 

Carroll's nst feUowi: Claudette 

Colbert, brunette; Marion Davles, 
blonde; Joan Crawford, brunette; 
Carole Lombard, blonde; Jean Har- 
low, blonde; Dolons del Rio, bru- 
nette: Barban Stanwyt, red; Pat 
Patterson, blonde; Kay Francis, 
brunette; Gloria Stuart, blonde; 
Frances Dor, brunette; Dorothy Dell, 
blonde; Irene Wan, brunette; 
Madge Kvans, Monde; 
Drake, teuaette; GMnftr 
red. 

"Let's see," Oarroll, ffeoMd on 



13,600.000 a year, ac- 
cording to the combined salaries 
they now draw^ la Hollywood." 

But these llsteen beauties didn't 
Impress Carrtdl so much in Holly- 
wood, he said, as did the number of 
young, 'unsung" girls from all parts 
of the world who 'an now getting 
their first "breaks" in movleland. 

"Beauties will never cease, " Car- 
roll .said ' The number of girls 
awaiting their first big ooportunltr 
in Hollywood Is great, 
what I've seen, many win 
giMe soon." 

Carroll, with a print of his new 
film. Murder at the Vanltlaa," un- 
der his arm. made a ceaat-to-coast 
airplane preview trip. He hopped 
from hen to Salt Lake City, then to 
Denver. KarLsas City, St. Louis, Chi- 
esgo, Detroit, Cincinnati, Pitts- 
burgh and then to Msw York. 



CECIL RHODES 18 
CIlMOIBJtCI 

lONDON.— Some time ago Gau- 
Mont British announced their in 
tentlon of filming the life of Cecil 
Rhodes. The time that has elapsed 
since that announcement has been 
devoted to a close pvepamtlon of 
the aubject and It can now be dcfi 
Bitely stated that the film win go 
into production in the late Autumn. 

Immediaily on rc.iching their de- 
cision to make the nim, the company 
sent Mr. Geoffrey Barkas. imlt pio- 
ducUon manager, out to South 
Africa to make a detailed recon- 
naissance of locations and buildings 
and to aTranl^o facilities for trans- 
port, materia]* and power. He has 
recently returned with a detailed re- 
port This report nvsala that the 
most suitable time fbr the actual 
making of the film win be from the| 
middle of Novomber onwards. 

Contacts have been established 
and such complete amngements 
made with Government, railways, 
pubUc and private bodies that the 
stage Is atauady set. 



LONDON t NANA) .—Sydney Car- 
roll, 'emboldened by the success of 
)>Ls <ipen*alr theatn last SaaHner, 

bfffan operations again in Regents 

Hark, with a revival of "As You 

Uke It" l^lr-the first fortnight. 

the p e r f o r m a in r s are In the 
afternoons only. Then they Will be 

Kiven every evening uBtU the end 
of September. 

T*» "most beautiful auditorium 
In London" ha.s been improved, and 
a perfect view of the stage is now 

obtairiabl^- from all the 

Robert Atkins will again be general 
director of productions, assisted by 

Sir Philip Ben Greet and Maxwell 
Wray. and the programme will in- 
clude. 'A Midsummer Night's 
Dream." "The Tempest," "The 
Comedy of Brron" and MUton s 
•Comus" (in one bim. "Romeo and 
Juliet." "Love's Labor's Last, ' and 
"Lysl.strata" of An.sto|ilmnr.<, Dek- 
ker s "Tlie Shoemaker s Holiday," 
Shaws Androcles and the Lion!" 
and Beaumont and Fletcher s "The 
Knliffit of the Burning Pcstir.- 
"Richard III." dir»>ctrd by Lron- 
thie Sagan. also will be given after 
it has been seen in Osford. The 
pUyers for the season taclude 
Phyllis MeUson-Tfrrry. Margaretta 
Soott, Sir Nigel Playfalr, Henry 
Hewitt. I^slic Franch and John 
Drlnkuater, who, in addition to ap- 

Pmat of andaad" to cloee the 
season. 



the 



Dumas 
Novel 
Chosen 



mm ACM 

TO PLAy MASON 



CANNOI mi 




Talented Anthoress 
Wrftei *'Koroir' 



We have already had a fair share 

of outstanding ballet runs this year 
In August Sir Oswald Stoll brought 
tn LotKlon the Ballets Russes de 
lionte Carlo for a two-week's run. 
So sueeessful waa the ealeipdse, 
however, that they remained uatU 
November, playing to sbM-outhOUsee 
R ' 1 and evening At pre.sent 

they are Still In America where 
they haul had another terrific suc- 
•Mi, aad an retntalng to London 




to give a RusslaB Bal- 
let season at Cogent Garden at the 
of the Italian 



Under the baton of Bruno Walter 
the Vienna rhllharmonlc ncently 
gave two rr>iirert-s of "Vlennr.ie' 

music here. If Haydn. Moaart and 
Schubert an VIhmmm. what Is 



Miss Bla^>eth M . Wcale, of Tam- 
woeth, StafforMkln, Bn^and, who 

has Just written her third novel. 
"Koroll," is a young lady of varied 
aooomplUhments. She Is the only 
child of Mayor and Mn. C. B. Weale. 
her father feeing oae of the best- 
known 
lands. 

A gifted novelist, playwright and 
prwducer. she also paints in oils. 
Vf^f* the pianoforte, and designs 
dresses for her shows. 

At the ago of sliteea she wrote 
her first nonL mm 



Oal. Ifary Astor 

gets an average of four letters a 
week asking her for clothes. Many 
of these letten an ahwere, most of 
them are ple asa nt t aad a few an 

Insistent. 

She tries to answer all the pleas- 
ant onea but she netwr sends the 

clothes .She ran t And .<hr thinks 
It is time someone explained to the 
public generally Just why she cant. 
ALL GET REQI'RftTS 
All screen actresses who appear 
In well dre.s.«ipd roles receive hun- 
dreds of such requests. To comply 
with them all. and with the added 
ones the first few glfta of this 
naton would be sun to bring, 

would tax the re.v>urce.s of the moOt 
highly-paid atar on the screen. 

But th« first aad best reaaon why 
Miss Astor can't send the clothes 
she wean In her pictures to those 
who write in a.sklng for them, is 
that they aren't her clothes. They 
belong to the Warner Bros, studios, 
and once she is finished with a pie- 
tun and through wtth the gowns 
furnished her tor that production, 
she raComa them to the studio 
wardrobe and never sees them again 
The wardrobe, tai turn, remodeb 
them aad they an worn in other 
pictures by Mt players and extras 
They an valuable for the studio, 
which frequently Is called upon to 
supply dresses for sevenl hundred 
extras for Mg soenea. The studio 
oaa ao mage be s ap eo te d t» give 
these Uri m i i away than It can be 
expected to supply cameras or film 
or electricity to anybody who asks 
for such things. 

■ASNT F.NOrfJH ANYWAY 
•Tdy wardrobe wouldn't begin to 
go around if I tried to send cloUies 
to all who write utcixm for than." 
Miss Astor asplalas. "Aad If t had 
ttie Mipsst doaeu hi Hollywood and 
Ihijr were all fun of clothes- which 
it aad they aren t it would 



of the undeserving, without tsfivn- 
■sive investigation. 

"Olvlng away clothes blindly to 
people whom they probably wouldn't 
fit would be frightfully wasteful I 
think e\cry actress does gin clothes 
to families she knows are deserving 
and who will make good use of 
thsoL But It la a purely persoiftl 
■mtter— not the hit or-mlss method 
Of answering requests by letter." 
BBLOM G TO STUDIO 
With very frw exceptions all the 
dresses worn by stars and featured 
players in pictures belong to the 
producing studio. These an de- 
signed and mada expressly for the 
parson who wean them. They wlM 
actually fit almost nobody eUe with- 
out remodellnR. In Mary A.-it/.rs 
case, many of her dresses, such as 
those .sJie wears in the new picture, 
"Upper WorW," an of an elaborate 
and even estrava«aat ebaraeier. 
fitted to the part she ptey hn t not 
suited to the UM of the average 
woman at all They aren't even 
suited to the real Mary Astor, for 
that matter, but they an mode dar- 
ing and spectacular to emphasise 
MANY FROM GIRI>S 
'Many of the letters are from 
young giru. " she saM. "but aaasa of 
them an from «Msr wubmb and 
somethaee I get requests for clothe.«; 
from men. They say. Keneraih. 
that they want to give ttie dre.vws 
to their wives or sisten or sweet- 
hearts I m sorry I just Olat |M%> 
out in such cases." 

Male stars and players get fewer 
requests for clothes in the fan mall 
than do their fan sisters. But they| 
do get some. The publlcaUon of a ; 
story wherein It was dlvidged that 
William Pewan has a eoOeetlon of j 
forty old hats brought immediate 
results. He was beselged for weeks 

by let*er^ a.vkInK for faiti UT SB gf 
his old wardrobe. 

One young aaa from Chicago 
wrote a shrtsn page kftter-oa hlgh- 
prleed stationery — espiahife« that 
he felt sure he could mof* la hsMar 
society and win the girl of his heart 
If he had some of Powell's clothes 



HOMY WOOD -Production work 
has been started here by Kdward 
Small, of Reliance Pictures, oo that 
company's most ambitious under- 
taking—the fOmhjg of a new ver- 
sion of Duma.s' The Count of 
Monte Cristo. " In support of Rob- 
ert Donat and ElLssa Landi, a cast 
of 400 principals and extras is being 
emplovod, and sets have been con- 
structed for the picture that are 
the largest in number and size ever 
con.striK ted. The Interiors alone 
require nine sound stagea. With the 
production budgeted at ggftS.ooo, 
Small feels that there \f. nttic ex- 
ageratlon In saying that it wiU be 
a IliOge^lOO plctun. 



"The 



A number of leading masculine 
players of Hollynrood an now bebig 

considered and given .special screen 
tests by the Warner Bros. West 
Coast studios in the letter's search 
for exactly the right actor to create 
on the screen the character of Perry 
Ma«m. detective extraordinary in 
Erie Stanley Gardner's two-mystery 
M-Tics. "The Case of the Howling 
Dog ' and "The Case of the Curious 
Bride." The lint of these "cases " 
has alnady run as a .serial in Lib- 
erty Magazine, boost Ihk the circu- 
lation of that already widely circu- 
lated ptrlodlcal, and the second wlU 
shortly be published in the f itm 
form. Perry Mason, the sleuth of 
both stories. 1« perhaps the moat 
original and striklnii: fiction detec- 
tive since the palmy days of Sher- 
lock Holmes, and the studios are 
exercising great can bi choosing 
the player who WlU portny Mason 
in "The Case of the Howling Dog." 
which will be the first of the stories 
to be filmed A derision will prob- 
ably be made within the next week 
'^r two and will be duly announced. 
Warner Broe. han purehaeed not 
ooly the soreen rights to "The Case 
of the BbwUng Dog" and "The Case 
of the Curious Bride." but options 



hall .star of the early 
her modern daughter, 
pubUclty stunt, 
mother, rejuvenated 

The young artist, Bcrleo. who de- 
signed the dres.ses, Jiad plenty of 
scope for his talent. For Miss Mat- 
thews, alone, he created twenty- 
seven frocks, and In addition he de- 
signed dresses for sixty-six chorus 
glrLs, requiring nearly 4.000 vards of 
material The^e girls spent nearly a 
thousand hours in balag fitted aad 
a whole driU hall was roped in to 
aooommedate them. Miss Mat- 
thews .spent four or five hours a day 
for three weeks being fitted, before 
appearing on the set 

WASP-WAISTED 
In her Edwardian period, m<t4 
Matthews wears a wasp-waisted 
evening gown of lemon-yellow ehlf- 

In pearls. 

The l>Odice is cut rxtremrly low. and 
several hundred ostrich featiiers 
were u.sed to trim the trained Skirt 
and puff sleeves. It took over a 
week to mahe this fMek 

For her farewell performance on 
the stage of the old Tlvoil early In 
the century. Miss Matthewa wean a 
white tuUe frock, with a akh^ com- 
posed of row upon row of pleated 
frllllnK. Fifty yards of tullr were 
needed for the dress. Round her 
throat Ls a miniature BllsiAethan 
ruffle, while her demun bonnet Is 
of tulle, surmounted by two ostrich 
plumes. 

The most strllUng of the star's 
modem dresses Is made of black and 

white satin, half the frock being 
black, except for the white fox fur 
borderinff the .sleeve, the other half 
being white, edged with black fox. 
The gloves and shoea further em- 
phasise the magpie effect, and the 
hat la a bhiek trleome of satin 
straw, with a stiffened veil held by 
a Jewelled brooch. 

For Miss Matthewa* rumba num- 
ber. Berleo has designed an exotic 
costume of stiffened pink lawn, 
hand-painted with green spots, 
with a frilled skirt containing thirty 
yards of materlaL 

As a contrast, for a mechanical 
number symbolising "War." he cre- 
ated a skin-tight suit of cloth of 
sUver with a silver helmet head- 



O. B. 
ny. 



Clarsaea aad 



m um 
m mm 



NEW YORK (NAN A). --001 of 
Chacxs, ' by llya Ehrenbourg (Henry 
Holt 6i Co.), is a sturdy novel, of 
the ancient Russian school, which 
attempu to depict the effect of 
msohtoe economies on the human 



soul. Its story, buried lu conversa 
Uon afid harried speculation, is ai 
Interesting one. 



M^ISLfl.^***'" ^ paused In his 
Hollywood labors long enough to 
turn out "One Happy Jew ' <Farrar 
« Rlnehart). which relates the un- 
happy experiences of Jews who 
sought social favor by denying their 
r*ce. It Is written with the poaer 
that makes reading a Nat Frnt 
story a moving experience. 

Macmiiian Issues George Oaykrd 
Simpson's "AtteadUig Marvels." the 
adventures of a physician In Pata- 
gonia, where nature has given wan 
lots of room and little eke. 

"The Tragic King: Richard nX" 
<MoBrtde) Is Philip Lindsays ex- 
citing word-picture of a romantlo 
and, acrordlnst to the author, vastly 
maliKiied monarch, who lived in an 
exciting aad little tmderstoud cen- 
tury. 

Private 
View Is 
Normal 



RISING STAR 

Sir Cedric Hardwicke, known for 
years on the stage as one of Brit- 
ain's most accompliahed character 
actors, is flguMng hi a number of 
British films, in spite of his ardu- 
ous part In the still very successful 
"Christopher Bean." in which he is °P«n*"» 
appearing at St. James's Theatre. 

He was the haggling millionaire 
in "Rolbe Kxpress" a year or so ago. 
and this year he has already played 
the part.s of the Rabbi in Jew Suss" 
and of Charles II to Anna Neagle's 
Nell Owynn— his blgsst film part to 
date.. Now he Is to play with Con- 
rad Veldt and Mary rails in "Bella 

Donna." and it i.s al.so rumorrd Uial . 

he will be Judge Jeffreys, famous as ^uf^- of Einstein, and the 



The editor who printed 

iS-'iniH^^ ilS^i.,''".''^^''''' f""' ''^ ^"'^f^'*'- «<lventures of Perry 

ST'aa^SS H '''' ^^''^ are now being written 

"y — wau ai ooud be expected. | by Mr. Oardaerr 



King Visits Private Showing 



la 
alIBi 



wear whsa be 



and hats to 

vlsttins. 

The letter disturbed PowaDl It 
was so long, so earnest and ao ua* 

usual But he knew well enough 
that if he started giving away 
clothe.s tn answer to raSMBli IB Mt- 



to separateMbej *<wld tmm m i 




the Hanging Judge." in a picture 
of that name to be nuMle by Brltlah 
and Domlnlooa nima. 

Sir Cedric, who was knlghtefi this 
year for his services to the stage, 
won hi., r.ucccss late In life. His ca- 
reer was practically cut In hslTUS by 
, the Great War. He served In Ptanoe 
7ro» 1»M to IMl, being the last 
offlcer to leave Prance after the 
winding? up of the affairs of the 
British army In that country. 

For some time after his return to 
cWl life he despaired of ever being 
awe to take up acting affain 
but eventually he Joined Sir Barry 
Jackson s R*«pertory Company In 
BlrmlnKdain Here he created 
the part of Cburdlas Ash In 
"The Parmer'a Wifb" aad estab- 
lished hhaeelf as a character art/^r 
of the first order. The play was 
brought to London and ran four 
years Sir Cedric. however, has 
great venatlUty and two of hU 
biggest siiop sMM of rsoent years 
have been as Khig Magnus in "The 
Apple Cart" and as Bdward Moul- 
ton-Barrett In "The Barretu of 
Wlmpole Street." a part to be 
played by Charles ^ni^tqn la the 
HoUywaod flha. 

Sir Osdrtoawt his wife. Helena 
Plckard, dwiat the long run of 
Thr FarmerlS Wife' and before the 
piere riided they wen 
I fulv Hardwicke plays Mn. 
in the Nell Owynn film 

MBRRY-GO-BOUND 

The idsa that bnlldtags of the 

f utwe my » oowiructed on 
siowfy-revrtvlat bases, so that the 

people Inside can enjoy a panor- 
amir view of the surrounding scen- 
rrs suggested by eesasa la the 
Briiuh international ptotara, "Give 
Me a Ring," now behif shot at Bls- 



By JOAN LITTLEriEUJ 
(Oopyritht. ib.i«. h> fhi- Norm Amarina 
Ntwipapcr Alliance. Inc.) 

LONDON.-The arrival of a smart 
brougham, drawn by two spanking 
bays, among the Rolls Rhy ces in the 
courtyard of Burlington House on 
Private View Day, typified the air 
of nther faded eleganoe that sUU 
hangs over the function which for 
so many years has signified the 
of the London season. 
This year, even that tradlUon has 
gone, for the Pint Night of the 
Opera preceded thr Rnyai Academy 
Private View by early a week. 

Tlip pictures on Private View Day 
are of purely incidental Intereet, 
but the portralta of various mem- 
ben of the Royal Family attracted 
a good deal of attention, and there 
were many admirers round Epstein's 

model of 



the new Roman Oatholle Oathedial 
of Uverpool. i fc Hg n sd by BIr Wwla 

Lutyens. 

OOOD LAMDSCAPBS 

Then an some good landscapes 
in the Show and a number of "con- 
vermtlon pieces " (chiefly domestic 
interiors). Including one of the 
Prime Minister and ishbel Mae- 
Donakl ai home at Lossiemouth 

The Tailor and Cutter, com- 
ment in? as ij.siial, on the maacu- 
line attire ix>rtrayed In the Acad- 
emy. sayK of the PremltBr's appartf 
In this picture. "The PtIbm llla- 
utert keaaast erWe mist give him 
credit for never harttig sunk to 
such depths nor being so badly 
bunkered from a satorial alaad- 
point. Sir John Lavery haaehaimad 
his plus into mhius, for the knlek- 
erbocken, Inetead of covering over 
lap of stocking, come above knee. 
The scene is homely, but the suit 
an outcast from rcncctable snrtsti 
of apparel. " 

, •P*^ • protralt of Dean 
Inge, The Journal n^yn xhe 
clothe, are vague, and 'perham 
rightly so. Maybe the artist wm 
sfrald of the truth." 
Another slttar wean "a coat a 
-Idht tanagbie in a nightman 
and a tie with a hiccup"' while a 
waistcoat button in another per- 
tntt is "whiaMloany plaead.'* 

soRMtL m\ m 

m IN TAIKIES 



t- 



A p p anntf y m the 

ma Her ' I 'Ji I n, 

Jbc QiMon ;s 



Agai 



MajeetT Xia 



Oeorga Is 



For this film a huge set 
ing a revolving restauraat 

c on st n icited. it hs 

douia aai aasli ar the efavular fleen 
Is amnged on pivots t/i turn in on- 
poalte dIrecUons. The 
this restaurant danee ou 

toto Mack and whiu numbered 

•OUares. At a etven aijtnal dancing 
Stops aad the prtoen on the whlu 



Jnrfr YORK 

liked - 
venlon. 



pauona ef 



(MANA)^ you 
Bon" in the silent 

. r"^' better in 

talKlet. If you dldn l, you mo't. 

J.ii.:tiv r>urante is- tfaa Itta 
of Hoi.ywood Party," the amvle'a 

dndagtag 

»w ^ Now 1 11 Tell', pw! 

Ro.h«teln. Bestdai having Spencer 
Tracy, it gives lou 3,.0'iirr onnor 
iumty «, .,, tK:r, lomple^TlU 



- » 



1 



All in,*!. 



THE DATLV COT.OMST 




Great Britain and the Dominions Overseas 



Sending Air Mail to 
Hundred Countries 
From Great Britain 



Ou\\ <:<>iintrv in W 



nrUl iNot l^^uiiig Spedal 
blttlll|^^ r<n PiirpoM — Many V aiuable Gnrloi^ 
been at Air- Post 



Ue» 



ONDOInL— Visitor* to the International Air Post Exhibi- 
tion which bHaa at th« Hortieidtnrit HaU. Wettmin 
tter. iopn saw why the British Postoffice is the despair 
I? "^'^'iilT^*^- .^"'^ »• o"'y country in The 

^^r r^l^ toi<lt • tlMdil mmp (or stampO for 

Sir Klngaley WtxKi 



Pofitmaster- 

Oeneral, who visited the exhibition. 
teU US tbat on our balaalf ht now 
to nmatf iw dtf- 



A ■4ni> ouowiu 

ysar tbs total welglic of a&r- 
nall letters and parcels .sent from 
ttUs eountrjr was 942^12 poundA, 
Maspared with MP povida as re- 
««it|jrailf9». 

Iht MTlnt of time Is shown by 
ttM toct that In the case of Kenya, 
for example, an alr-mall letter 
gains twenty-four days eooipared 
With the ordinary post. 

IB an olBclal memorandum 
handed to me by the Publicity OCQ- 
cer of the PostofQce there was also 
this singularly Intriguing snnounce- 
wmA under the heading tt "Inland 
Air MkHr*: 

"I vlrw of the recent extension of 
Moh (Inland) air senrloes and the 
MBMBt In aircraft, itaa^PBit' 

Is now consldprlng the pos- 
slbiltty of Introducing the trarLsix>rt 
rf specially suptrscnbrd aikI 
charged malls by air, more psrtlc 
■lanr la MBOte dlsferMla*^ 

nn BASEST STAMP 

tlie Alr-PMi Kxhlbltloti oontalns 
a great many rarities and OBiladUee 
its aupgiwiltlgildty of ahr 



^ ofltee 



Guns U hich Cannot 
Mins Inipntod by 
SvoUiah Merchant 



r^LASGOW (BUP)._A Kun 
^ ^ which Is guarant-erd to 
niid a target without has 
been Invented hjT a Olasgov 
shopke^r. 

The Inventor. M. Nathan, 
has offered his invention to 
the British Oovemment. who 
have forbidden him to dispose 
of )t to aajT l aea igii §ovpni- 

mont. 

The patent fun Is for anU- 
alrcraft work. The barrel Is 
directed through a large wing 
with two powerful aoaNhUghts 
onaaehaide. IHsiaBghteare 
tnUaed on the target and the 
gun is fired at the point where 
the two " 



There Is, for Instance, the old- 
est-known alr-beme letter, dropped 
<raai a balloon over Xjondon on 
IVoeenbor M, 1784. by dt Joim 
<MMsa when in company with the 
famoM aeronaut J. p. Blanchard. 

Tott OMSr faM, too, with awe at 
what ii add to be the most valuable 

philatelic sprclmen In tlie world 

an envelope sent from Mauritius In 
1847 with the two stamps of the 
misprinted "Postoffice'' Issue. 

It was addroMed to a Vtoach firm 
at Bordeaux, and its last owner paid 
£11,000 for it. 

Altogether thL, exhibition would 
certainly take a great deal of lick- 
ing. Lord Londonderry, the Air 
Minister, who opened It. said It In 
ehided 1.000,000 stamps. 



NO LAW AGAINST 
BOy SOLO TRIPS 




I 

Finest Food and 
Best Cooking to 
Ord er in L ondon 

l>fiicaciM of All NatiooH Proru ruble in World't 
Metropolis — Rumor That Buckiagluiiii Pal. 

•re Is for Sale Thr Chilflrrn and the 

flair for Fmervia^ Titim 



Bf ULAMVILXX CAKXW 

LONDON (BUP)w— London's season it now in fall awinf ; 
the theatres are packet!: the flowers that bloom in the 
Spring make walks in the parka a joy avan for the jaded. 
And London a hotala are full and thara ia an •'aat. drink and ba 

merry frame of mind noticeable everywhere the rM| af |||a 

taK about "tomorrow we die being quite forgotten. 



Whatever msjr have ben tiM ease 
In London's hotels 
•ad rsetaunnta jrears ago there U 
tainiy aelhiag advme to fea nid 

liK'ay. 

inijn luents In the methods of 
storage and tnuMvortatlOB la looent 
yMua hava BMdi U poMtole to bring 
nearly every national food to Lon- 
don. And the chefs of a score of 
oountrloK have seen to it that these 
fcKKis shai; be properly cooked. 

wuhin half a ndle elKle ot Pic- 
csdiUy the Italian aujr anjoy the 
Uttle ildi braui^t alive from Venice; 
the Spaniard his puchero; the 
Hungarian his goulash, or If the 
Turk or Armenian waiUs a kabob, 
it is ready for him. Nor need the 
Chinaman or the Jap Tfbm away. 

Agrsat deal of organisation and 
^*Dm>m hea been entailed in the 



Leae fight 



af Foarteea-T( 
Baglaod 



OM 



UniDOIt (OP).— The solo flight 
Of a boy of fourteen year.s of age. 
Ovid Victor Ottley, of Alexandra 
Park, London, who went up 1,000 
feet, after only five hOttXS' Instruc- 
tion from a flying oOeer of the 
East Anglican Aero Cli b. ha.s 
caused a sensation. Inrklrntally 
there was considf-rablp criticism of 
the authorities for allowing the 



nsnos aod arms. The picture was snapped by the nhotoBrdni , , 
village, to inspect the villsge hall built by the unemployed, and later 
• ^ isConstablc of 



about it, both by word of mouth and with the aid of his 
tn the Prince of Wales recently visited Rhosgadfan, a small quarrying 
Carnarvon, where he spent seaM tfane in the faaMtta caetfa. Uayd Oeecfa 



in IM 



IT" 



MANUSCRIPT 
REVEALS OLD 

WECOKD 

Find on Tipperary Farm 
May Affect Accepted 
Theopfes of History 

OWI\IER UNWILLING TO 
RELINQUISH TRUST 



XWBUlf (Or>^^Nvoroe, now Im- 

in Southern Ireland, ex- 
here three centurle.s ago, ac- 
♦ OOftfing to a 1645 manuscript Just 
discovered la the house of a farm 
at SUvermlnes. Ooottty Tlppsntry. 
^he 400-page manuscript, tran- 
■orlbed partly in Irish and partly 
in IhKllsh. is in two volumes of 
vellum and is rcRarded by the 
National Miispurn n.s a find of rare 
Importance which may aflect ac- 
cepted theories of trUh history. 
This historical matter relates to 

•ho Stapleton Olsn of Tlpporary. 
6hocklng to the corusct^nces of the 
Irish clerRy an ac^-ount Is given of 
an action brought bv way of appeal 
by Patrick Stapleton a^Unit his 
^jWi. I sabella Baefeett •^whom he 
dtvonod." WUllam Carrlgan, of Cor- 
rlgan. Commissioner General for 
the Bishops of Cloyne aiMl Cashel 
was cited as a "special defendant.' 
eupleton lost the case ht 
and was ordered to pay "nine 
vMhla eight days.** 

MILITARY TALIS 
Tales of the Flanna (sokUen) of 
tha Red Branch Knights, poems by 
ttia Abbot of Boyip Monsst«ry 
Roscommon in 1334 and a 
Key to the movable ecclesl- 
feasu of the year are alf) 
hwluded in the newIy-dlMovnad 



It wss stated the qupstion 
whether a boy of fourteen or one 
even younger should be permitted 
to fly solo U at prossnt in the dis- 
ontlon of the a er u dr uui e idlliilgli 
and the parents of the boy. 

There is no rule speclflcally to 
safeguard the lives and property of 
peo ple living within three miles of 
an aarodrone from the Inexperience 

of boy flyers. 

Ovid was smiling when he 
( limbrd out of the cockpit of the 
iitUe plane. "It was a wonderful 
e«P«fl«noe. and 1 enjoyed It very 
much Indeed." he said. "AUhouKh 
I was up for five minutes. It seemed 
to me only a frw .seconds. I was 
not in the least afraid, and I am 
anxiously looitlng forward to my 
next solo flight." 

The youngest holder of a pilot s 
"A" certificate" in thr country ia 
probably John CreasweU, aged 
■seventeen, of Buckden, near Cam- 
bridge. He quallfled at BraoUaBds. 

PLANS TO m 

mmi DROP 




New Word Crop Contains 
Useful Phratet for Inter- 
nationai Uso 

AMENDS ARE MADE 

BY ROKAL ACADEMY 



as a. T. HALUNAN 
VnlUt Pnm aUff Cerreipoodtm 

LONDON (UP).-^ways enam- 
oured of LaUn. educated cUvles in 
Britain are digesting with interest 

the npw rro)) of "modern Latin' 
words put out by the "Socletas LiSt 
inas" of Munich, the society of 
scholars founded not loiv >to to 
keep that aaeleBt tongue alive for 
modem International use. 
The new crop includes: 
Cro.s.sword puz/Ir.s -cruciRramma 
Bobbf^d hair— comptus puerllis. 
Llpsth k .stilus fucans. 
Leading editoria l cap ut prlawr- 



liiii Stdiulim: in 
Lhurrliyaul Voir 
Centuries Old 

r ONDON (BUPK -The only 
'-^ Inn In England that 
stands in a Churchyard will 
bp 600 years old this year. It 
Is thp Mug Houso at Ohdnes 
n ey Worce ster. 

TmtttMtM, flaking and 
grey, are within a few feet of 
the front door, nip church 
lusrlf i.s only thirty ikic .s away. 
C':illiri)f for hi.s rvrn'-itf pint. 
Ihr- viUatror must ,ii.;.!.M; li by 
the churchyard path. There 
is no other way. And every 
Sunday members of the con - 
gregaUon call to for a "quick 
one" after the church service. 

The original purpase of the 
inn was to provide rrfrcsh- 
ment for the lords and ladles 
after church. At, one time the 
church look part of the prollts 
on the sale of beer in exchange 
for the privilege of the 



Engine Running With 
Sea Water Expected 
To Be Revolutionary 

British CoinpMiix I (nnu ii |<> Drxrlop inx iition of 
Grrinaii Fujiiiucr — >\ ill liirn asc Kanjfr o( 
Submariut'ii to Almost Indetiuite Lxleul ' 



brlngim. Jp. London of rare fruiu •"'1 
and vegetables hardly ever heard of 
in the metropolis, but the result will 
be that this season tha place to get 
the finest food and the finest oook- 

ing will be . . , ixMidoii 



tury writer who among other things 
gave U.S ■ Tom Bowling. 

And then, reverting to old ittles. 
we still have Tha Lord of the 
Isles: The Master of the Kings 
Muslck; the Admiral of tlx- York- 
shire Coait; the l/ord Warden of 
the Cinque Ports; tlie Lonl Warden 
of the Stannaries, and last bOt BOt 

least an Blder Brothar of the IMa^ 

ity. 

This latter title- has such surprto* 
ing Implications, verbally at any 
rate, that it perhapa rt^trina to ba 

explained separately. 

On Tower Hill, over against the 
Tower of Lx)ndon. there are the 
headquarters of what Is known as 
Trinity Homo. Ihto^ia a florpara. 
Uon whleh has au|>ervlsion over 
PUotaae around the British coa»tj< 



PALACK FO& SALE 



LONDOW (BUP)w.^John Itanum 
world famous parachutist, is plan- 
ning to Jump from an airplane with 
six miles of air bonrath iiim. 

Last year he Jumped from an 
R A.P. airplane at Netheravon to a 

i'i*.^i°L!f°**"^ • of 
21.000 fitl, and dropped 17.350 feet 
before he opened hU parachute. 

This time he plans to drop the 
greater part of the six mUes before 
he pulU the parMhuto rlpeotd. 

"My pilot mast ettmb to a height 
greater than that of Mount 
BTvereet.- said Tranum. -i hope to 
demonstrate that a man can 
breathe naturally during the mt>- 
longed period of cash aiNaMndous 
drop through «aM and att ntolii 
control of an his ■enaaa* 

Fish Hatched 
On Air Liiier 
Give Puzzle 



Dr. It. J. Best, National Librarian 
and Profe«aor Eoui MacNelll 
(brother of the former Free State 
Oovcrnnr (i. n. i;.; i Chairman of the 
Ancient Irish Manuscripts Oom- 
nladoo. regard the discovery as an 
^ " T hey hold the 

the VMnaes may be con- 
nected with OM of the rarest of 
OaeUo works, the Brussels Cate- 
iMtoi of Theobald Stapleton (1«W). 
Itave astablished that the 
was transcribed by 

Pierce Stapleton. but 

are pomled by the u.* of veiium as 

late ».«! 164,'). 

A difficulty has arisen however. 
The owner, James Stapletca. ia r«- 
fuslng to part with tha wort for 
hi the Natlonsl Collec- 

He declanr-.s hl.n dying father 
obtained from him a promise he 
^nuld guard the manuscript Jeal 
"wiy In view of the fact tt had 
been haatel Am tnm father to 



flying 



mNDON (BTJP) ^Flsh born In 
an aar llnrr between Hamburg and 
London are pnesenting a Btw prob- 
lem to custom ofOoan at Croydon. 
Thof MO weadcrbig if duty is 

Chargeebls on them as imports, or 
" they hatched out while 
over England and aia that 
as native born. 

I hr ah- Uner left BMnburt for 
Loodoo with aoe tropical fish in 
tanka of warm sea water When 
it arrtved at Croydon, it was found 
that 8e\eral of the bearer type had 
smaller fish swimming near them. 

SESi fy.*^ the smau flrti 
hatoho d Pit darteg the Jour ney. 

Pirate Treamre 
1# Sirong Lure 



LONOON (BUP).-An espediUon 
headed by OoaMMdon Dawson 
Reed wui leavo toftoad shortly to 
search for the treaeure of Caputn 

Kfdd noforiou.s buccaneer, on the 
Sa\a«es. a group of islets in the 



swing soles nivalis. 
BUI of asehange— syngrapha. 
UM LATIN 

The Society'.-; review dOBlalns sr- 
ticles by technicians suggesting 
words and phrases wliich will keep 
Latin abreast of the times In all the 
sciences and a veeful medium for 
international conversations. 

All this is quite in the British 
key, where the tesching of LaUn is, 
in many schools, highly modem. 
British school boys, age ten, are 
now busy translating into Latin. 
"Who's Afraid of the Bik Uad Wolf." 
Boy.s of the Wr.si minster School 
give each year an original play in 
lAtln which contains so many 
amusing Jokes and Mto of modem 
slant that The London Times prints 
it In full for the benefit of readers. 
"Crucigramma " is now a household 
word in thousaxMls of British homes. 
BUSINESS ENTERPRISE 
An enterprising match-seller on 
Regent Street, near PlccadiUy Cir- 
cus, bears a sign above his tray: 
"This is the iMth Anntvaroary of 
the Invention of the Match " 

He does a flourishing business with 
iw.sseraby who. not unnaturally, are 
impreesed with his historioal arudl- 
tiOQ. Be Mia, to reply to qoerles, 
that ha read about it in a public 
library. Pundits a^rree that the 
modem match came int/i use in 
ia4. but nobody had noticed the 
oMtoaanr aatfl hs aalM altoalte 
to it. 

• ATONB FOR i!.&ilOiiS 

Election of Mrs. Dod Froctcr as 
an A.B.A. lAssoelato Mcuber of the 
itagral Aeademy) atrslghtens out the 

strained relations h^twern that well- 
known woman painter and the 
august Royal Academy. 

In 1939 the Academy rejected her 
picture. -Virginal." tip porlraH af 
a nude girl holding a dove. This 
became the talk of the town and 
drew iir.mnu^e crowds when It was 
subsequently shown at a private 
gallery. In IMl the eommlttee of 
the Royal 



King to Inspect 
Veieroiu? Corps 



LONDON <CPi. — Inspection of 
the Corps of Commissionaires by 
the King at Buckingham Palace 
today win be only the eeoond ta- 
strace since the annual inspections 
were begun In 1808 that the reigning 
monarch has honored the Corps In 
this way. King Bdward VU carxled 
out the inspection to ngr. 

TtM prseent King, when Prince of 
Wales, was the inspecting ofllcer 
two years later, however, and va- 
rious members of the royal family 
have performed tUb oeromony 

Iheto^ interact hi the Corps' U an 
acknowledgment of the fine record 
of the organization, founded in 1859 
by the late Captain Sir Bdward 
Walter, with the hitenUon of pro- 
viding suitable employmcat for 
woundod pontfonen of thtf army 
and navy. Then, as now. every 
member must depo.<ilt a minimum 
sum on Joining, and subsequently a 
nUnlmum sum yearly, in the CJorps 



LONDON (BUP).— An engine that will enable ships to 
run on sea watar ia which they float has been mada III 
Britain by a German engineer. The engine, it is claimed. 
Will revolutionize all forms of water transport, and new devel- 
opments may make it practicable for uac on road and rail. A 
British company has been formed to develop the invention. 

The first use to which the engine , — 

.s being put is to ensble submarines 
to use sea water in their engines, 
increasing their range almost in- 
deflnltely. The motor has been 
tried on cars and stationary engines, 
and may eVMt kO flMod to Ma-ffOing 
Uners. 

MBW oomorAnoif 

Briefly, the invention in a new 
combination of steam and petrol 
euKines. It Ukes in sea WStoT, diO- 
t lUs It . and the n splits it by an 
dcetrle euirent into its component 
parts, oxygen and hydrogen. The 
gases are then introduced Into the 
engine, compres.<icd . fired by a 
sparUng phig and transformed hito 
cupcr-hcatad steam, whkh expands 
and creates additional pncsurr on 
the pistons. Sea water is ooUected 
and distilled to keep up the dnppijr. 

Thus a surface craft. itarUng 
originally with a small supi^ of 
the gases and distilled watOT, can 
keep going Indefinitely. 

TtM hydrofen motor is aleaner 

than spirit motor.-; and 
much less lubricating oil. 



COURT'S ORDER 
REIMS WKIXK 

Whaler Lost m Southern 
Sea With Whole Crew 
of Eleven 



The vital part of thr Invent Ion is 
the metho^I in which the gases are 
rclra.s. d and .-stored at the immense 
pressure of 5,000 pounds to the 



saving bank, 
guarantato 

ployer. 



c In relam tha Ocrpi 
hig MHUgr to his «m- 



His Kindly ActloB. — Mother, to 
son sliding down baniitan: "What 

:?f!.ey-< ^ cyru?- cym 

JJ^k™fWOOiOW for poor orphan 

bogm, 



It is claimed that a crew of a sub- 
marine equipped with the new en- 
gine could live submerged for a 
month, ga n s rat l n g tamlb mnm at 
tatervala 



A frank college boy describing hl# 
part in a football game— "niey 
found a Ug hole in our IhM. aadjiaed Brttloh subject, 
that hcto was aM." wegtaae aad tInMila 



CAPETOWN fCr> Lo-vs of the 
Capetown whalc-raiclirr Berca In 
the antarctic in November was re- 
called in the Supreme Court when 
the owners sought a oellcell?e order 
prcwaUng the deaths of Nils 
OhrlstOirerson, the master, and ten 
members of the crew of the catcher. 

On October 17 the factory ship 
Tafelberg sailed south from Cape- 
town for the whaling grounds ac- 
companied by whale-eatehers. hi' 
eluding the Berea. On November 
7 the company received a wireless 
message from the Tafelberg stating 
the Bepsa had been —^ng since 
November 4. It was theofhl the 
▼essal opdas d to a storm. 

On Ifevember $ there was a fur- 
ther wlrcle.s.s mp-vagp .stating that 
the Berea had not b?en found and 
the search had been discontinued 
as the ressel was considcrod loot. 

Hw uaderwrtters aeotpted the 
loss and the owrvrrs secured the 
court order so they could settle the 
compensation claims. 

The crew of the Berea consisted 
of the master, who was a natural 

seven Nor 
fleoth Africans. 



Somcoaa atgrlod a rumor the 
other day that Buckingham Palace 
—the London residence of the fcin g 
and Qiicen- Is for sale. B ]g aet. 
of cour.se, likely to be true. 

The baaa for the yam was the 
<act that a flrm of suntoyors had 
been engaged in estimating what 
Is the site value of the Palace and 
of what. I believe, the Scots would 
call the policies." 

The Idea of sale coema fantastic, 
but. ■Miniliit such a possibility for 
the moment, the site value of the 
Palace simI its grounds would be 
enormous, especially if it were re- 
gsrded, in the language of estate 
agents, as suitable for development. 

Of course, whatavnr the price on 
a Mda Bight bo 11 would accrue to 
the beacm of the atote and not to 
the King. As also woiUd that of 
Windsor Castle. 

On the other hand, both Sand- 
rtngham Boom and Bakaoial Cha- 
tla are the prlfato proplj gf the 
Royal Family. 

Buckingham Palace was built In 
1703 by the then Duke of Bucking- 
ham and Chandas and wss bought 
by the stata to the ttae of George 
HI to tm Bat ft was not reg- 
ularly aSOd as a royal re.sld/»n(e un- 
til Queen Victoria decided so to 
occupy it. 

The present facade as seen from 
The Mail (it is really the back net 
the front of the Palace) was ths 
work of the famous architect flh- 
Aston Webb, then president of the 
Royal Academy, who thereby 
changed the building from what 
was deservedly known as tha vary 
ugUart palace to lurcpe tato tts 
present form. But It is common 
knowledge that neither the King or 
the Queen like the i)Iiu« as a houae. 
So we shall see what we shall 
Kensington Palace might be 
emise d. Any how, thars must bo a 
royal residsnee to 

CHILDREN AND 

Among the ordtoary ororyday 
homely sighto to London is that of 

the hundreds of little children feed- 
ing the birds In the London Parks 
and Sqtuu-es. 

In Trafalgar Bquare. for instance. 
It seems to be a ritual for the 
juveniles to take their dally offer- 
ings to the pigeons. And there are 
scores of other such centres where, 
seemingly, many thousands of these 
birds "scrounge • a fat living. 
And to sidta of the nuasbors of 



over a'.I Imhthouscs, :ighi4hlp» 
and beacons. It dates from 1514. 
The Elder Brethren are chosen from 
members of tha Royal Vamily, 
statesman. rsUrsd naval oOetoa of 
high ranks, and prominent ottgM 
of the mercantile marine. 
To be aa BMsr lnth« Ig a high 

honor. 

When they attend at Oeart or at 
other gTMit oOteial fuacticos they 
wear the speetol oourt dress of their 
rank. 

Thus when a certain famous 
statesman attended a great cere- 
mony at the Dysee to Paris ha were 
his levee drscs. 

An equally famous n^nchman. 
not recognizing the dress, enquired 
politely what It might be. To which 
our quite humorless compatriot re- 
plied solemnly In his best BllUA 
French: "Sir, I 
of The Trtalty." 

The astounded Oaul bowed low 
while he uttered the only appropri- 
ata ejaculation, "Mon bleu!" 




SoMiai: Who Fought at QaHi- 
poN RfotfvM tt From 
Turkey 

LONOON.-Nlneteen yean af» a 
British soldier to the treneheo on 
the slopes of Aehi Baba. in Oai- 
llpoll, had to run for his life in 
fierce floods sweeping down the hill 
In a terrific rainstorm in the black 
of night. 

Now, by an aautfing turn, his New 
Testament, which he left behtod 
hun with hia Mt, ia t^ he Mgtoted 
to him. 

The manner of the restoration is 
most romantic. Just as the liner 
Duchess of Richmond, which hao 
been taking the OalllpoU pilgrims 
to tha acooes of the old campaign, 
wss leaving Istanbul, a small brown- 
paper package waA brought aboard 
addressed to Captain Roth well. 
NOTE IN TrRKIKH 
It contalnp<l a buft-colored New 
Testament and a note from a Turk- 
ish woman explaining that it had 
been given to her by Tm(kUt aol* 
dlors who had feand It en tito 



The 



Rehearsing for the Royal Tournament 



her ptotaro, "Aa 
side down. 



the 



LONDON (CP).— With 
of years there is a 
cet the RUBiian 

manfully ■affcrtog manifold to 
fonna of omweeslon. .lald the Arrh- 

Of Canterbury recenUy to, a 




name on the fly-leaf was 
^ Alfred Uurney Oolton. 11 Citisen 

pIgooBs the LoBdoaar mm dahy. tt I ?*^!f**y' 
is doubtful if many people could ' V* preserved, and 

give even the wildest gusss at the °" *, "nd of 

number of the pigeca ■■■lilil of f^*»^^ot*» was Turkish writing in 
the country at large. Indelible pencU. Some Turkish 

Thus meat of as ww laipisuJ ^"^ intted down hu own 

whea OM raUway company alone I evacuation, aad the 

Isned the ether day for the guld- l^fgrmatlon that "Our OlvlstoB. tito 
snce of their staff a special *»«hty- 1 "^L/S?"** AdfliOOple, WtV* 
page booklet oovsrlng transport ""[■•' 

plans in respect of racing pigeons'. "o'^o" now lives at Rlteh- 
during the comtog ssaMm of hem- 1 Walthamstow, C 
ing noes. * '* nurrted and Jg an. 

ployed as a postman. 

A CHANOBD FlOOWt 
A good-huflsored man, woarlac 
thru- 1 spectacles, ha aeema a noMto flgura 
from the soidtor en that sheU- 



the Mrds;sw«pt peatosula In the Nesr East 
ly greater neatly twenty years ago. He said 

liberated.! "I well remember the nl^ft •h* 



In this list the fixtures of no Ises 
than 100 racing chaM appear, and 
a.7B0 special varui have been sched- 
uled to carry the birds to 
sUrtlng potota 

As the 
are tahn to 

distances before being !itierated.| "I well remember tha y««g ht when 
Some of them will start their racea I lost all my kit. I WMa laaDa- 

for tinmr frntn pninu as far disUnt corporal In the Snd Royal fMtaa. 
from say, London, as IjOOO miles. iWe ware driven out en tha baek af 
But what 1. mwl lfc li n li that the Inadi by the SodT n w2 
ocMpMy Blcaa c*i- every man for hlm>^lf and no ques- 
to provide earrtage for no I tion of looking for 

'we could And It.' 
Althoagh Mr. 



laaC 



View Insids the Qigaatic Olympia to 



Whea a PHvate View Was H»d n4 
et Their Itoni. The School Children 



w 



less than 2000.000 ra/-! y ia! 
•VOGBSTIVE TITLU 
Wa aeem to have a eort of ftolr to 
this country for Inventing— or 
rather for preaervlng — *tv»% ]| titi^g 
whose names 1 
out expreastog it. 

Thus, there died the ether day 
"The Dean of The Arches ' Who 
waa he? He was the judge of the 
Oourt of Arches—* trtbunaJ of the 
Church r>f Fngland ao named be* 
' M the < r^irt sat for afes to the 
crypt of Bow Ohareh to OheapHde. 
•*<*t to tarn wae aa eaUed beeauee 
H >c built i^ga '%ewr or ai«hea 

TnridcntaOy. the aaaM cf the late 
Judfre itaclf takes us a long way 

mt oen' 



our kit even if 



^ ^ Oolton 
•y liM war wouads, he 



crippled 
to 



e Adonnsd ta ^^i^J^ ^ 



BRITISH QUDER RISES 
TO RECORD ALTITUDE 

LONDON (BUP)^ aev Mtl* 
ffllder altitude rseort has beeosa- 

tabllshed by O. r Collins of the 
London Olldlng Club, who rose 
1,000 feet during a flight from Dun- 
table Oovna to 0oathsBd-ofi-0«*' 
a dMnae cf flfty-foor mii«^ 
OoOtoa hM now quailfle:) f or th> 

aher "O* gliding certiflcste wh*h ■ 
up tn now has net tggB hM kf 

British puotk 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, SUNDAY JUNE 10, 1934 






What s N e w and Inte resting for the Wo men 

— - t, • ' ' ' * ^ - I I ' I ■ ' 



J 



Fete 
June 
Bride 



Smart New Beach Togs Do Not Hamper Fair Mermaid s Activities 

-SwimSiutaAreSntif and Milady May Tan or Not, at Shc CbooMT 



r- bride, 
>i>'.^u mail 



Is the time to f r 
•Od ihowen ar? mor^ ; 
•tcr 

Linen and luU:hen aboweri give 
the bride a few more lovidy. m- 
tarMUnc things for bar home. The 
*o«»i glTM the profea- 
touch for her new caipcr ai»(1 
ft eoovenlent filing box for recipt'.s 
Is Alwaya smaj-t. Instead of auto 
grftptas. each gueat brings a favor 
Its rsdpe for the Iwi 'Tdod for 



COMBINE COLOK 
Pre&h new vegetaUss gtvt the 
luncheon shower hnstnss an opipo€- 
tunlty to combine color and flavor 

In a Sprihgtlm.' fashion. Cream of 
mushroom or waler< reas aoup, fol- 
lowed with chulccn llmbalea and 
fresh asparagus, give a deUcataly- 
balanced moaL Xnstsad of tesad or 

elous. 

i\ cups eake flour, 
a tesspoons taaktag 
4 t a U sspoo M butter or other 

Shortening 
H teaspoon saJt. 
4 tablespoon* 
% cup mUk. 

1 ogg. w*n 

31ft flour once, meaiuir iuld bak- 
ing powder and salt, and tilt again. 
Cream butter, add sugar, and orsam 
togstbsr thorou^. Add sgg. then 
flov, altamately wKh milk, a small 
IBDount at a tirnf. neat aftf-r each 
addition till amooth. a&kf In 
greased muffin pans In hot oven 
(460 Degrees F.) twenty minutes. 



Little cakes, la nMtov frostlngs 
— "petits fours " add moeh to the 
decora Uve touches at luncheon and 
tea. They are perfect for "bride" 
parties, and not ditllcult to make 
from this Molpe. It is iapoitant 
to xm eaka floor to get the proper 
texture in the batter so that the 
eake will not crumble when frosted. 

1 a-S caps oaks fkmr. 

m teaspoons baking powder. 

</i cup butter or other shortening. 

1 cup sugar. 

2 eggs, well beaten. 

cup milk. 
1 tsaspoon Ismoa «r vaalDa as 




Br TJflBrm iwear for 

"When tiM Red Uod£ c*ll you out the beach 



and ym must go"— which Is only 
another way of saying when care- 
free vacation days come and beckon 
you Irresistibly, your first thought 
usually is, "What new eMtei shall 
I get?" / 

It's net ths taslsat thing In the 
world to answer, either, because 
there are so many clever outfits to 



We have chosen these models IM- 
causs they are as smart as thof are 
praotleal. snd mia Tersa. Ton 

really can .swim In the bathing suits, 
not Just take a dip, as the quaint 
old saying goes. Or you can play 
around in ths sand in the cunning 
riMirts as happily and prettily as if 
you there thrfy 
If It's a suntan you want, boy. 



can you K^'t U, and howl But if you 
wi&h to preserve the Illy whltensss 
Of your skin, you can do t^t, too^ 
with slacks and shirt that ISKTt very 
little of you exposed. 

Now for the girl who yearas to 
"go places and do things" In the 
water, thers Is ths swim suit w«m 
by LoU jamiary, at ths extreme left 
of the picture. You can get your 
.suntan In that -suit, too. The trunks 
are turqolse blue, and the halter 



neck top H 
blue 

HMD ttiers are ths beMh suits, 



ths romper lypp, .second, worn bv wt.l'f 



brovB rops edging the asek sad 
brown ombroldety. Her beret Is 
brown, and her shoes are brown and 



Louise Liatimer and made of red and 
white plaid gingham. Louise has 
added a white pique jockey cap 
with a flTS-potnted crown Just for 

the heck of it 

Muriel Klrkland is the wearer of 
the brown slacks, third, and tops 
em with a pale yellow sweater with 



Lovely blonde Gloria Stuart doesn't 
believe In being all cluttered up with 
clothes when she goAs in for her 
mermaid act. Rer suit Is white, per- 
fect fitting, and cmbrlll.shed with 



white 

by Louise Latimer, new starlet on 
the movie lots, for her first day at 
California besohss. Note the nau- 
Uoal touch in the wheel eaabroid- 

ered on her sweater. 
And don't forget, girls, when you 

choose yoirr vocation togs, that the 



two-color woven belt and shoulder i sea Is calling this year — and every 
■traps with buckles. I thing has fooa naitttleal la a great 

Navy blue trunks and a rsd andjblg war. 



Mft flour onoe, measure, add bak 
ing powder aod sift togsthsr thrse 
times. Oream butter thoroughly 

add sugar gradually, and cream to- 
gether until light and liiitTy. Add 
eggs, then flour, alternately with 
bolUJi, a small amount at a time 
Beat altar each addltton until 
smooth. Add flavoring. Pour into 
tmy greased cup cake tins or paper 
cups, filling two- thirds full. Bake 
In mod-crate oven ( 360 Degrees F.) 
twenty to twenty-five minutes, 
llakee two doaen cup cakea When 
eool, froet with raliibow lelnga. 

ORANGE PETIT FOURS 

I tablemwon quick-setting orange 
jelly powder. 

t% tablespooivi orange Juice. 

1 table.spoon butter, melted. 

2 cup.s confectlonn s' .sugar. 
Orated rind of half orange. 
1 egg yolk. 

M tea.spoon salt. 

Comblnp Jf'lly powder and orange 
Juice In top of .small, dorp double 
boiler, or in bowl. Place ov«r boil- 
ing water and stir until dlssolTed. 
Add butter, salt, sugar, orange rind 
Mid egg yolk. Stir vigorously until 
soft and of right con.sLstency to 
pour. Drop small cakes Into frost- 
ing, turning until all sides are cov- 
ered. Remove cakes from frosting 
with a foifc. Plaoe on raek to oool. 
OamlSh with nuts, fruits, or dell- 
«aMy»tlnted coconut. In the long 
Southern style .shreds. Iftikes tWD- 
thirds cup of frosting. 

For pink strawberry frosting, use 
one table^woa lemon or strawberry 
jelly powder and three tablespoons 
fresh strawberry Juice. For U-nion 
frosting, u.v one tablespoon Irinon 
Juice, one tablespoon lemon Jelly 
powder and two tablespoons water 

Lime JeOy powder that dissolves 
ta warm water givw a lovely green 
tint. 

Combine one table.sixVin lime Jelly 
powder with three tablespoons of 
warm water in top of small, 
deep double boiler or bowL Place 
over boiling water and stir until 
dissolved. Add one iaMeepooiA of 
melted butter, dash of salt, and 
one and two-thtrd.s ni(i#; confec- 
tioners' sugar. Procfvxl as with 
orange frosting. 

These "peUt fours" have a 
smooth, glossy appearanea and the 
Icing Is of splendkl flso or -o oi that 
thick Sugary type. 

Mellow Pearl 

Holdg Perfume 



Cleaning RuleB 
Help Housewife 

Cleaning and staln-removlng 
tafik,s can be .simplified considerably 
by the observance of a few well- 
tried rulea Perhapa thass will help 
you: 

Cold water sJiould be ased in 
cleaning plates on which eggs have 
been served. A pinch of salt added 
to the water also helps. Aftar the 
egg is removsd, use hot water and 
soap. 

Polished furniture may be washed 
wHli a light soap • and lukewarm 
water. It should be thoroughly dry 
before polish U applied to give It 
the best lustre. 

White spoto on furniture often 
may be removed by rubbing with a 

cloth dipped In household ammonia 
Then polish with furniture oil. 

Mud spots should not be removed 
from carpets or fabric untU they 
are thoroughly dry. whm they 
usually can be bruahad off. 



Grecian Line and 
Modern Chic Seen 
In Hollywood Gown 

97 MOLLIX MKRRIOK » Oreclan goddess mlghthave OWBCd 

«Copyrttht. 1934. by Thf North Amertean it t f.el divme In It " 
Mewipaprr Alliance, Inc ) i leei aivine in 11. 



Helpful 
Aids to 
Beauty 



stripes are more and more oon 
spicuous, appearing In a 
variety of willectlona. 



HOLLYWOOD, Cal.— Warm eve- 
nings an going to be noted for their 

cool dresses. 

—even if the beholder docsn t— in a 
gown copied from the clas-slcal 
Greek in line but cleverly modified 
so as to incorporate the extreme of 

modem chic. 

Ice blue is the name of this new 
color, which is peculiarly lovely on 
a young lady with the Loy shade of 
Titian locks. This frock was de- 
signed for hor in "Manhattan Melo- 
drama, " and the moment she saw it 
she bought it for Itor prtvate ward- 
wide |ro»>e. 

"I love it." she told me, "because 



It fits the figure like the proveiWal 



If your face is short and broad, 
you should try to wear your hair 
high on your head. Even short hair 
can be worn high if it is cut to pile 
up In the centre. You should keep 
your hair off your forehead, too. A 



glove, and the high waistline, the' bang or .swirl of hn 



Frock for Warm Evenings 



LONDON.— A romantic noCien is 
the hMga ImOow pearl that la filled 
with scent, atteched to a tas.<*ei- 
trimmed cord to match the en- 
semble and carried dMBgilBf from 
the wrist or finger. 

A new faahkm hers is the tiny 
flat-orowned hat, tUted over the 
Boea. wUh aara of wheat, eowslips. 
eherrlaa «r graiMa ^-gTtiy in 
tront. 



.To prevent spilling small pieces 
at *ap?r when emptying the waste 
paper t>:\,krt, try placing a paper 
bag la the basket so that torn bits 
ef ispar and scraps can drop Into 
a. the bashst is smptied all 
^ «tta bits an earai for vtth no 



To removt rust froa 

In coal oil. than lai aaad- 
sftar wbkh polMi with an- 
tlh««L 




neckline— deep "V" front and back- 
Myrna Loy keeps cool and the band which reaches all the' 
way down the front, to a point mid- 
wa y bet ween knee and waistUae. are 
of crystal beads. These are done In 
the Oreek key design which, more 
than anything else, eontrftutsa the 
classical feeling. 

But the newest point of an in this 

frock is the new low front neckline. 
Our designers have grown tired of 
evonlni: ^'owns that button up to the 
chin, and you're very safe, if you're 
buying a frock that hss to last you 
forever and ever, to have It low in 
front as well as backless. Well, 
the warm weather's coming, as I 
said before, and you can always 
bundle up with plsaty Of braoaiets 

and earrings! 

• • • 

Constance Bennett drifts about 
theee Spring days In very nunlike 

navy chiffon French serge, so soft 
and fine that It Is almost like chif- 
fon. 



ir down acro.s.s 



I face appear evrn shorter than it 
Ireally is. m decrease the apparent 
width of your faee, bring your 

'hair forward on your cheeks and 
keep it flat over your cars. Then, 
when applying your make-up, 
blend your rouge in toward your 
poee. TMs wttl give the illusion 
that the centres of your cheeks are 
clo.sf<r to(;f th(r, and will thus help 
to rr<1 . !.'.<< apparent wMtb and 
fuUne^., i f your fare. 

DRY SHAMPOO 

A rsally eaeeUent dry shampoo 

can be made from the whites of 
eggs. First brush your hair vigor- 
ou.sly. in ord'-r to loo.sfn any par- 



the forehead will only make your | tides of dirt that may have accu 



mulated on your soalp and in your 

hair. Then apply the stiffly-beaten 
whites of two eggs to your head and 

nib the albumen through your hair 

and over your .valp with your 
finger tips. All the rgg whites 
should be perniltt<~d to rcMiuin on 
the head imtil dry. When entirely 
dry, brush thsm thoroughly from 
your hair with a flexible brL-^tled 
brush. This will remove all accu- 
mulated dirt, dust and oU fnas your 
hair and scalp. 

Clean coat collars bv moLstrnlng 
thi?m with benzine, and alter they 
have dried, thoroughly SpQOfla With 
soap suds. 



Flies 
Shun 
Blue 



Vfhr da fllta hate the ooior bluet 
TMs aurloas qussHon has baea 

engaging the attention of the re- 
M-arch department of a British 
metal box manufacturing comp.mv 
Pyillowing upon the production in a 
number of colors of domestic utsB- 
stls aod food oontalaers-such as 
msat safes and tins fbr sugar and 
tea— It h;us been fonnd that flies 
shun all that an' colored bluf Ac- ' 
cordingly, lln' wuli st range ot 
meatio utensils and containers sold 
empty aaar on the omrket are pr»> 
duced In varlo<i8 shades of blue 

"Why the fly .should ol)Ject s<» 
.Nti . >ngly to blue is really Inexpiu - 
able, " said a represenUtive of tlte 
firm la an interview, "but «a have 
established the fact beyond reason 
of doubt. Of course, foods kept in 
tin containers ai^* protected from 
the attentions oi flies anyway, but 
It Is doubly assuring when one 
knows that the dangerous insects 
will not even disport themselves on 
the eloeed lid. if it be blue. We 
would not suggest that an all-blue 
kitchen would .solve tlvp fly menace; 
It would, however, be a useful added 
safeguard." 



Lips Show 
Character 



PHILADELPHIA (DF). — Robert 
Busaa, a portrait pataMsr, Mlavaa 
that Mpa are the vrlndowa of the 

soul " 

"Almost the entire character of a 
person may be read in the lips," 
fluaan, who has painted scorm of 

society debutantes, said. "It is pos- 
sible to find the temiK-rament . Intrl- 
llgenoe, abilities of a person, written 
plaialy thsrs. ^ 

"The love of pleasure Ls revealed 
by full lijis. But if they are well 
shaped, they may sliow extereme 
artistic temperamgot and extraordi- 
nary abmty. Full, broad hps Indi- 
cate determination, and If they are 
firm, a character of wide extremes. 
In reneral. thla Hps tadlcate a 



type, as 



to the 



: the contour of the li[)s 
most to an experienced 
/ pair of lips is diffSrsat 
and only oxpertenoe can 
the fine differeaees which 
Into 



Norma Darkens Her Natural Brow 

Nature's Line Best for Eyebrows, Opiiu k vStar Who Directs Use of Pencil or 

Mascara for Desired Effect 




She swings a mean pair of .silver 
foxes, very carelessly. And .she 
often swings a funny little FYench 
chapeau, turned up all the way 
around, by its elastic band lastsad 
of having It oa ths hsad. m It «aa 
designed for. 

The skirt is sUm and long-shortr— 
if you get me— and tiiere is a little 
capelet which hangs prettier la back 
to malM that floating llae that Is so 

good right now. 

In front the blue serge goes right 
up Into a nunlike neck. But la Ben- 
nett Ukes the monastic look off it 
with a brooch which would make 
any girl's eyes sparkle. It's a sin- 
gle huge star sapphire, as big as a 
twenty-five cent piece and sur 
rounded if pale iidiim. 

• • • 

Norma Solestevsky wears a black 
print orqw for luncheons with in- 
teresting vartatlons in the pattern 
which, on the .sli i v< Nip.s. drift-s Into 
white printed in black and is tipped 
neatly here and there wMhaa laflai- 
teslmal touch of red. 

The SBttiw intereet In the frock— Horma Ihesrsr demoaeiratea twre wrays to daitei the eyebrowrs. Left, she shows the correct amy to 
aside from the fact that It has the ^y*^"^ psndl, bf drawiag a gsries ol shart* mmtri slentlac Mnea to give a aattiral eflect. Sfpit, lf( 

rube a slightly dampened ay ab i aw braah a cabe of msseara, tbaa flgMy bmslim her 

outward stroke. 



splrl- 

m.'; 

thri. 
eye. 
in si:.: 
detect 
g\ve the 
acter." 

Susan believes "llp-raadttw haa a 
basis in anthropology. 
"Hie existence of Neanderthal 

man was dependent upon his ability 
to digest what foods he could And. 
There was great mouth and Jaw de- 
vtfopmcnt, while ths forehead and 
upper faee was stunted. 

"The same thing is true today, 
among certain Individuals. Thase 
whose greatest development Is along 
physioal linos have a stronger lower 
fadal dsvdopment than thorn whose 
Intere.sts are Intellectual. 

"When you .see a person wlUi a 
large UKi.se mouth, you can be rea- 
sonably sure that his thoughte are 
not «a a very high phma." 



now open "V " neckline In fronts 
rrntres in Its sleeves, which are 
.shirred into a raglan shoulder line 
and give a tar^ti peaaaat sleeve 
effect. 

A drooping sailor of bl.uk loyo 
stra'A w)'h u viiy shallow crown 

and banded narrowly with iwd aBdl°^'~"P arUste in the entire movie 
white flMoB. oomptetM the har- colony. Normali mah/-wp alwaga 
mony. A huge braoriet in some .sort] appears absolutely flawlees. She 
of red novelty stuff gives the perfect gives attention to every single little 
gvpsv touch. detail when applying her cosmetics. 



Br OLADTB OLAD of the othST ataxs shave off merely 

As Z told yoh soma time ago, the 
chandag Nasasa flhsarar la eoa- 

sldered one of the most skillful 



Norma Boleslavsky is Um wUe ot 
Richard Boleslavsky, famowi dhwc- 
tor, and as Norma Dmry l.'* a well 
known pianist Ac Is also, Inci- 
dentally, the mqi" 
In Hollywood. 



be used to draw a straight line, 
the «Bds Of their brows, in order to howem. lattmA, a ssrles of short, 
pencil in an upwapf tut. Norma be- — j,^ |^ 

Ueves, however, that Nature shapes , ^ . ^ 

the brows in U»e fashion that har- "^''''^ ^ 

the facial f«a-|bruatied into line with an upward 
And eo she pemtts her bmws aKveaasat . TMs ghws a aaost aat- 
to remain au naturel. |urai effect, and tends to give the 

This famous star, however, always brows a clear. Garl>olsh arch, 
keeps tier brows neatly plucked. Shcj The second method that Norma 
extracto say stray hairs that make i advocates for laaking-up the eye- 
her browa appear aandy Aad she I brows Is with aaaseara. Take s 



Mantel Shelf 
Shows Hobbies 



At aa interior deeoraUng lecture 
a woman asked what she .should do 
with a mantel, "I am llred," said 
she, •y)f candlesticks and a clo< k. 
And anyway candleatidu are foolish 
for tbsrs are thoss ^ Itttla 
trte HgM flxtm abMs Um 

teL- 

The lecturer agreed thaft 
.sidelights had ruined many a dec- 
orating scheme "I wish that ar( )ii 
tecto would leave them cot of their 
plans. Just as they ought ta omit 
the small window panes on either 
side of the mantel. They are Im- 
pKMSlble In a wlndow-decoratlng 
scheme. But since most of us tiave 
to live with the windows and tiie 
side Ught4 Jet's see what wa eaa do 
atwut them. 

"How would you like to use the 
mantel as a place to show one of 
your hobbles? 

"For instance. I oan see a room 
that haa a good portrait tauag above 
the mantel And on the mantel 
shelf will be ranged glass paper 

weights T'hey will hr more or leM 
balanced. At either end of the 
mantel suppon yoH piaea raasa wKh 
flowers. 

t>r you Blight use the doek la 
the aaatn of tkaikgtt. llien haag 
one picture, p oai lM >' one of old- 
fashioned flowers, at one side of the 
clock. And on the other side get a 
on 'balance by hanging two small min- 
iatures, ■ilhouettes. or old-fashionsd 
daguerrotypes. The two will balaaee 
the larger one and make a pleasing 
effect You might av va»,eg with 
flowers at the far ends of the man- 
tel here. too. But don't plaoe them 
too close to the end. Shift them 
untU yon fsel they are right la 
oratlw feeling aad 



an 



Aad she always give sher e y ebrow s 

that the eyebrow.s havw A freat deal' is mnr^i cjireful when she \i:^r. make- damperMxl eyebrow bnish. touch It to 
to do with Uie expreeslvenesa of the up on ihem. According to Norma, a cake of mascara, and then brush 



Style Whimsies 



^» J'.tggyy* Igr Hoiiywo<>d> summer Ntghu in This Ic«|»»nder the 



face. 

Us a fnaay thlac. but » 
one of the ftv slaeam start 

lywood who has permitted her brows 

Jean 

a r»T\s <•'! I ouv I Harlow Anas off her brows rn' ire ly. 
of Bataa. «tyrta Island ana ifei eyebrow paacU. Olaia 



Styrian fashkMs are spotlighted 
by Princess Jean Fauclgny. who re- 1 to wtain their natural llr>cs 
rently opened 



there are two ways of making-upjyoor hrowt outward touching the 
the eyebrows. And eaeh of thsm Isi balm aaly lightly. When the mas- 
isslgnsa for spedal types af hnsrs.|aaim has dried, bnali the Ms teto 

If the hairs of your eyebrows are place ThLs gives each hair the 
long and strong. Norma say.s, you slighte.^t coating of rtarkenrr, and 
will get a mo«* i.a.'ural effect by 'makes It lmpo%:»ble for anyone to 
your brpws with sa sys-jdetect the fast that a dsitaaar has 



Wins red will be 
again this Bummer. 

• • • 

Plaids ars popular, aad the new 
•-St way «f waailaff llMi li sa ths 

bias. 

• • • 

Buttons art rivaling dipe as fss- 



• • • 

Peasant linen suits are especially