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FOURTIiEN PAGES 



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BRITONS WILL FIGHT 
UNTIL WORLD f REED 
FROM NAZI TYRANNY 



jphurchill, in Kristling Speech, Reviewt Retreat 
From Fianderti— Warns Against Accepting 
Evacuation a» Victory — Says Bfitain Will 
Protect Her SoU NeceMary, Alone ^ 



No Hesitatioo m Meeting Emergency 




L 



HEMS JOIN 

IMMORTALS 



•fenders of Calais RatiV 
With the Bravest df 



ONUON, June 4 (P.— Britain will fight "the menace of 
tyranny" if necessary for years, if necessary alone. Prime 
Minister Churchill declared in the House of Commons to- 
day in a talc of battle which gripped th« imagination of the 
crowded benches and galleriec of ancient Weitminster. - ~ 

He laid that in the event, which he did not for a moment 
believe, Britain were subjugated, the rest of the Empire and the 
Royal Navy woul#earry dnlhe struggle and eventually rescue 
the Old World. 

To the hu&hed Houm the Prime 
Mlnlater announced withdrawal of 

335.000 men. BrIfLih and Frrnrh 
from the sand dune.s of Uunkerque 
and the losa of 30.000 British ¥lUed. 
wounded or mlaalnc' sa a climax to 
the "eoloual mlUtary dHaater^ to 
the Alllea in Vlaadsrs and Norttoem 
ftanct. 

NO tUBBaNDIB 

E\ery man In the HoiLse focuird 
his eyes on ^firilain a 
leader when he a£sured the world 
that thla country would never tui- 
render, never yield, no matter what 

the tide of bidtlr ptodu' ivl. n<>r hi)\^ * 
long or how tortuoua was the road LONDON. June 4 (CF).— The Im- 
ahead. I mortal band of heroea that includes 

■ Ab even greater hu. h frll over mm of Thermopylae and those who 
the chamber when Mr Churchill held the jmm at KllHecrankle has 
predicted that Britain would "ride bern lomod bv 3 000 Britons and 
otif* tbe storm and "outlive the . l.OOO French whobe four -day defence 
menace of tyranny " j of Calais Prime Minister Churchill 

"We Miall not flaR or fRil." he desrrlbed today in the House of 
said. "We shall go on to the end. Commons in aiirrmg. simple words 
We ihaU fitbt In Trance on the seas ( ^th a Brittoh Unk battalion, 
and oceans. W« shall fight with jmjtj. ^^ose names are hallmarks 
trowlnk confidence and growing of valor In British nulitary hLstory 
strength in the Rir I (MrtiCipated. 

"We shall defend our Island .what- ^^^^ Bri^^de. the 

60th Rifles and ihe Queen Victoria 
Rittes. 

The fWfh Rifles, originally raL«ie<i 
in America in 1755. were called thr 
Royal Americana for many >TBr.s 
and served under General Wolfe at 
Loulsbourg and Quebec. 

IMPOSSIBLE TASK 
Sent to Calais to hold the port, 
the 20th rrnturv "Royal Americans" 
were also told to miuntain commu- 
nication with the British Expedl- 
t lonary Force. They found the latter 
task impassihlr in 'hr farr of the 
German mechanized push— but Ihey 
held Cidaia. 

For four da\s tliev fouzht un- 




BY ALLIES 



FOLLOW HAN RAID 





From Europe 

Day by Day— 

.j fllE TIM ES, iondon 

StLL't and Commtnt ^>n Intttaa- 
iional LieiUt tcltcttd from Th* 

Tinjrl (/iJi/y and piit>l:^l:i J m Thi 
Uailij Liuoniil. by iptciat arrange- 
nicrt u ith 'Iht VuiCJOiiVH ^ Dtly 
Provmtt. r 



Briti^li aiul I micii Virmni Mrikr Itark W illi (»rt al 
S(H-r< at \ir|M»i'i> aiiil lii(lii»lrial l{< <:ion(« 
^ .\ronn<l Munich an»i I raiikrort — Kaihwiy ~ 
Statiuub and Oil Kctinccies Bombed 



Lin^ Defending Paris JSow 
The Major Front oj Fighting 



of I ^RIS. June 4 (/P).— The Allies wrote off the battle of Flan- 
•en r^^lefs with the abandonment'of Duiikeique tud^. and bUsli^d 



Answering the Call for Volunteers to Form Britain's "Parashootcr" Forcf to Meet Threatened Nasf Para- 
chute Landings. These Britons Wait in Line to Sign Up for the New "H«mc Front Army." The Response 
From All Quarters Was Overwhelming. • 



Canadian Troops 
Ready for Front 
If Allies Called 





<C'op>:.k.i:. 1340. b> So ..I ham CO.) 

Lu.MJON June 4 -The. bulk 
iij;c AiAvd HI lilies has now been. _ . , . , , i i 

withdrawn from P unk c r q u e . - * back at the Germans in *rim bomb-lor-bomb icprisals to* 
armada of rescuers as first Naxf raid on Paris on Monday which left nearly 1,009 

Frenchmen dead or wounded 

With most of their troops out of the beMei;cd Channel port, 
the French announced the end cTf the northern campaign and 
turned swiftly to the task of leplyinR to the German air forays 
which continued today with new assaults on the Rhone Valley 
and the port of Le Havre 



ever the cost may be. We shan light 
on the beaches and the landing 
groiinds. In the fields, in the streets 
Oa«tliHN4^e* rage S. CehMui 1 

GIVES NO HIM 
or INTENTIONS 

Italy Still Silent on Future 
Course Following Session 
Of Cabinet 



Prime Minister king Says First Division Twice at 
Point of .Embarkation lor Flinders-*— Domin- 
ion Contingent Relieved Briti»h GarHsons 
In West Indies^ — Navy AcNiss Seas 



o 



TTAWA. June 4 ^ Ships of the Royal Canadian Naw 
are in British waters, ready to. aid, in the defence of the 
United Kingdom against threatened Nasi invaaton. Prim* 
Minister Mackenzie King told the Hous« of Commona today in 
a history-making statement. 



ROME. June 4 i/Ti -Armed ai.d 
proclaUnlng Ita . readiness for war. 
Italy waited tensely today throug h 
a Cabinet meeting that approved 
new preparedness move.-., but gave 
no hint as to when fighting might 
begin. 

Afterwards, speculation on the 
date of Italy s pimiRe ranged from 
the end of the week to the end of 
the month, but one source dose to 

the Governmriit Indirated no lame* 
dlate move.wa.s likely. 

Some observers thought II Duce 
wouM proclaim lUly's war alms at Cumberland s Sharjxshooter.s 



In a brief outline of the mea-sures 
taken bv Can.ida to give full ."^up- 
port to its Allies in ttie present test i 
of strength agsinst the enettiy, Mr. I 
King also revealed: 

Tliat Canadian troops had re- 
lieved British garrisons in the West { 
Indies: 

That the First Overseas Division i 
w.T.s ai rnil),irkat i^m poiiits on two 
rra.MiiKl.v, repulsinR the strongest q^ciohj ^gj^dy ^gj departure from 
Cierman attack.*; despite continuous jng|jn<j fgf front'.' 
destructive bombardment from the j^^jor-Oeneral A 

air and by land artillery. 

niey occupied large German 
forces who otherwise would have 
tiecn turhed upon tt^e B.E.P. in its 
rearguard action 

Water and ammunlUon wa$ 
/drapped to them by daring Royal Air 
FV)rre pilot.s who came low In the 
face of anti-aircraft fire. 

The Queen Vteteria Rifles were 

formryl 137 ^eafs aeo a«; Mie Duke Of 



HUH PRAISES 

roK 




an extraordinary aesslon • of the 

rascist Chamber and Senate before 
ordering the march over the moun- 
tains." 

ITALIAN DEMANDS 
In Rome, the Fascist newspapei 
Lsvore PascUU listed Malta. Cor- 
sica. Nice. Savoy and Tunisia as the 
territorial gains Italy wouM expect 
from "the war It will wage at the 
first sign from II Duce." 

'Malta and Oorsica are British 
and FYrnch i.slands In the Medi- 
terranean Nice and Savov are sec- 
tions of Southeastern Pranre near 
Italy. Tunisia Is a French colonial 
possession in North Africa.) 

The newspaper .<ald Italy abo 
would demand removal of "alien 
garriaans" from ihe gateways to the 
Mediterranean— Sues and Gibraltar 
Gibraltar. It was claimed, miut be 

restored to Spain by Great Britain, 
and the newspaper argued the 
yreneh and BriUsh -dominated Sues 
C^aal CXimpanjr must be dissolved. 



The Rifle Brigade, formed aa an 
experiment in 1900. participated st 
Corunna and fired the first idiots at 
Waterioo. 



G L Mc- 

Naughton, divisional commander, 
reoonnoitred the battle area in 
Northern France and Belgiun\ re- 
recently. This was the latest oc- 
CenUaaed ea Page S. Cetaasa I 

TWO PRflMOTEO 
TO STMT HERE 

Lieut. -Col. Hugh Allan and 
Major T. A. H.Taylor at 
Headquarters 

OTTAWA. June 4 (CPt - Hon Nor- 
man Rogers. Defence Mlmster. to- 
night announced a series of appoint- 
ments and promotions affecting 
officers at Canadian military head- 
quarters, London. National Defence 
Headquarters. Ottawa and some 
military districts 

Lt.-Col. J. K K Lawson. formerly 
of Toronto, is apiwinted director of 
military training and .«;taff duties, at 
IqulrementE during the coming year," ! defence headquarters. Ottawa, with 
the Department of Munitions arul " - - . . - . 

''Supply announced tonlRht 



Press Of United Kingdom and 
Arnica Pay Tribute to 
Prime Minister 



: JSo Shortage 
Of Gasoline 
For Aircraft 



OTTAWA. June 4 (CP' - Reserves 
of high-grade aviation ga.'.ollnr in 
Canada "now are very substantiallv 
In excess of the Ro\al Canadian Air 
FV)rce «nd Air Trnlnnie Plan re- 



J'looih Take 
Toll ofiLife 



The reserves have been built up 
voluntarily by oil companies, and 
the capacity of Canadian oil refin- 
eries is sufficient to take care of the 
expanding needs of RCAF. and 
the Air Training Plan in 1941 and 

i»4a. 



the rank of colonel. He succeeds Ool 

J. C. Murchle. recently appointed 
director of military operations and 
Intelligence, .succeeding Col MHUriP 
Pope, who was transfered to Cans 
dian military headquarters in Lon 
don 

Col. G P. Loggie. o< Ottawa, as- 
Oeattoae* ea Page H. CMnaa I 



LONDON, June S KP> Morning 
papers rang out a resounding Wcii 
done," in editorials early today in 
praise of Prime Minister Churchill s 
spcf ch to the House Of Commons. 

Jhty were particularly pleased 
that Mr^ Churchill loM thie harsh 
ruths of the glorious Flanders 

rpi.sodc 

The Daily Mail splashed the 
speech in blackface type across the 
top of lt<* front page., while The 
Dailv Hpr.tl'l ii/o black-faced it on 
tne second page with an account of 
the speech. 

The Times said: "The proud 
peroration of the Prime Minister's 
speech bir^Micd tlie spirit of 
Shakespeare s England. Whatever 
happens the Englishmen and 
Frenchmen of Great BriUin and 
France are unconquerable." 

.The paper followed the Churchill 
line in saying the struggle will con- 
tinue "until the foul conUglon is 
purged from the lace of civiliza- 
tion." 

The Daily Expres.s said; 'Mr 
Churchill docs not conceal the facts 
about the mlUUry disaster and the 
losses of our material ani-l our d"- 

Ceatlaacd en Page 2, Column S 



GERMANS' LIES 

Communique of Information 
Ministry Gives Truth of 
Aircraft Losses 

, PARIS. June 4 (CP-Havas).— The 
J following communique was issued 
tonight by the Information Min- 
istry: 

"Until now no denial has been 
made of statements, very often in- 

corrcrt of the German ofllciai 

communique. • 

"The results announced in this 

communique of the 'bombingi ex- 
pedition over the Pari.s rcRion on 
Jmw 3 are so fantastic that they 
call for a correction on our^ part. 

' According to this conimuntque 
104 French planes were .shot down 
In flight and from 300 to 400 de- 
stroyed en the-g^eylld~a5^^sea^blag^ 

• Despite the .severe fights which 
our pursuit planer liad to engage in 
with enemy protective ' pursuit 
[Hanes and the bombers themselves, 
the total of our planes shot down 
is not higher than .seven single- 
seater machines. 

ENEMY LOKSflS 
"Twenty-flve eminy planes have 
I certainly been shot down on our 
{ soil, and these having carried crews 
! of two to four men. ihe total per- 
.sonnel losses Of the enemy is sev- 
enty-flve killed or taken pilsoner as 
hgalnst .seven of ours. 

"Among the pri.voners is the 
colonel who commanded one of the 
squadrons which took part.ljLi<be 

cxi>edition. 

"Regarding the airplanes de- 
stroyed on the ground by bombing, 
they total fifteen planes, most of 
IhCiC beUiK tOlU'lst-lyt>e pUmrs used 
to carry di&patcbes. Some of them 
can be repaired. 

"Besides. It appears impossible for 
an expedition to number, even ap- 
proximately, the planes hit by its 
iMMnbing. That is why our air 
force, following iu own attacks 
on airfields, abstains from' any 
declaration." 



No such armada of rescuers as 
that congregated m the Channel, 
.says The Times^ has been assembled 
tdgathidl' sihoe 'the days of the 

Cru.sadrs 

From destroyers to tmrges, ferric^, 
pleastire steamers, motor yachts, 
and rowing boats all gave a marvel- 
ous demonstration of British re- 

.source and daring. 

To French soldiers, wliosc heroism 
covered the retreat of the Allied 

armies to Dunkerque. Britain feels 
supreme Kratiliule. Tlie incompar- 
able military tradition of France 
has QOOe again bat I led an enemy 
VH* MMHRnrroslstlblf . ^ 

■ • * 

Editorially. Tne Tlme-s favors the 
-.ujj'^M s'lion that in view of the like- 
lihood that British towns will soon 
be bombarded as Paris has been 
children from the United kint.;doni 
should be transleired to Caiiadi* 
and other Dominions J«r the perioci 
of hostiUUes. 

Many children. The Times points 
out, would probably remain fal the 
Dominions permanently. 

The pause In the gathering storm 
which may break in a new offensive 
against France, says The Times' 
diplomat ir co-respondent finds 
Mas.solinl still on the brink. 

8o far he has served Hitler well 
He has kept hundreds of thoii.sands 
of Allied .soldiers unmobiliaed. He 
has secured for Germany a stream 
of contraband imports which other- 
wise the Allies would have stopped 
He has rcwardrri Bi .m ii and French 
forbearance with a fiercely, Jnostllr 

press campaign, * 
• • • 

Italy's entry into the. war has 
been ilie dream of the axis partners 
for three years. Mussolini wanted it 
postponed for another two years 
Hitler did not think the decisive 
war against the democracies would 
begin with the Polish war. but as 
it did, he and II Duce now ap- 
parently believe the Ume has eome 
to win or lose all 

The Times' Pans correspondent 
mentions that tne Cierm.m.s used 
whistling bombs in their a,u- attack 
on the mnch caplUI. the object 

being to (reate panic by the noise. 
Paris remained calm and the 
FTmch Government intends to take 
reprisals on German cities, for the 
nagrant breach of the laws of war 



SAYS HITLER 
AFTfJiJffl 



Less than twelve hours after the 
Germans had loosed 1.000 bbmtas on 

P;m,s and miuhIv yesterday, the 
War Mini.siry announced Allied 
bomk>er.s had st.art4'd .'-ti.k.: ^ back 
"with Rreat .succc.-,' ' in i.iui.s 

ADDITIONAL I AM ALI ItS 
While the Allied airmen were on 

their retaliatory niisMoiLS. Pj 



Lord Lothian Says Nazis 
Want British Fleet. Then 
World Domination 



digging into the ruin.s ieli after yes- 
terday s raid found additional 
casualties, brmglng tlie toll w Uie . 
French caplUl area to 254 dead aBi 

637 wounded. 

Announcing abandonment of J>uB» 
kerque. the Allied high oommaatf 

I>aid tiihute to the rearguard of 
.soldxi.s and marines who iesi.<-t<-d 
to the cud. permitting 335.000 Brii- 
isli and I'^ench troo|i.s to e^cajie 

"The major front ol the war now 
becfinif - iht .somme-Alsne line de- 
fending Paris. The .coincidence of. 
Che Parts raid and tremendous Ger« 
man troop mw, i u* r.i' mii.^ above this 

Centlnued on Page it, C'oliuaa S 

y.S.TAXBILL 
IS 




House Committee Boosts 
Annual t-eyy to Even 
— W lio n Do ll afe' 



Newest Nazi 
Bombs .Made 
With Cement 



iiHySSIA ACCEPTS 
CRIPPS AS ENVOY 



SIX AMBOLANCES 
ARE CONTRlByiED 



Speedy ReKponw Comes In Calgsry 
I Ta Appe.il Made by 

Red Cress 



WITH THF FRENCH AIR PORCF 
ON THE NORTHERN FRONT June 

4 (>P).— TlM German air force is usinn 
a new relnfooced concrete bomb in 
Its attacks on French airports. 

The explosive is contained In » 
core of concrete, which is itself placed 
in<^lde an ordinary steel bomb. 

Ordinary explosive bombs have 
been discovered' to do relatively little 
damage to a landing field, becau.se 
the bombs explode almost on the 
surface and spray out in a cone 
rather than dig a dfep crat«r 

The new concrete bomb, however 
gives added weight, forcing the pro- 
jectile deeper Into the ground and 
ripping out a gaping hole. 



Britain Prepares to 
^^^^\Add 600,000 Recruits 

: To Swell Home Force 



OMAHA. Neb . ' Jun« 4 KP} 
Northeastern Nebraska fodr,\ frit ih 
lash of flood waters which took 
reported too of Ave Uves. Meagre 
reports over crippled communica- 
tion lines indicated the toll mav be 
double Or triple that numiter K4>ven 
persons are missing. Hundreds were 
homeless in the tnundated towns 
and farming communities In the 
counties hit by the waters last night 



"CATvOARY .Tin^ 4 'CP> In re- 
sponse to a Red Cro^s appeal for 
fifty ambulances, donation of six 
fully - equipped vehicles for overseas 
wasTlunSioiaioed dh calgary today 

City of Calgary will sertd an am- 
bulance to the British Government. 
Mayor Davl^ and City Commls- 

MOSCOW June 4 (A*) —Premier . toner J A T-Jieddle derided Their 
MolonfT tonight announced that the recommendation will go before the 
I Soviet Union had agreed to t he 1 dty eouneU Mpnday fdr approval. 

appointment of Sir Staflocd- Crlpps j ^^^^^ meeting today. 

tai, appr.ii for $2 WO to .send an sm- 
hii.aiirr brought t3,14« within five 



tahar Member Bec ^ aaes AiB 

t» "Mo^ow— Britain Now Pre 
. pared to Discusa Relations 



as the new British Ambassador 
Mowow. 



to 



IXDNDON. June 4 'CP1 Ru hard 



minutes. M. B. Peacock* Calgary 

a««« Arc ... 11. . i„... Ar„M-s,.....iai B^"^r;:^_u.rj«^ '::^,.^.^'z^fr'; 

Dv(vnvr (-omiiiitfrr Nainrfl to l*re- 



NEW YORK June 4 (CP).— llie 
Mai que- ol liOthian. British Am- 
ba&.>-Hdor to Wa. liinRton .vald in an 
address today that HiUer now is 
after the British fleet, "for U be can 
.srl^e that he stei\s from the domina- 
tion of Europe to the domination of 
the world " 

The fighting, spirit of France and 
Britain Is thoroughly aroused, he 
said, and "I t>elie\e we shall .su( - 
ceed" He addrcsbed the annual 
commencement luntiieon of Colum- 
bia University. 

Lord LothUn said the Allies' do 
not think that the world can exLst 
"half Nazi and half free . . . 
therefore we mean to fight on until 
we are conquered or until we win 
victory over thus latest despotism^ 
HELP IB WANTBD 

"You may ask, do we want your 
help? My answer is; 'Of cour.se 
we want < your help. Any help in 
munitions you can give us. And i 

without delay.' We in England be- j WASHlNcnoN June 4 <CP' - T he 
hcve that the verv evince of free „irgordinary United States def em a 
clvUlsation is Individual and na-]tag bill was boosted to around 
tlonal responsibility. We. therefore. n oto.OOO.OOO a year today, while the 

accord to you exactly the same free- j Administration pres.srd forward with 
dom of decision as we claim for our- , g,ms progi amine. Including the 
^r'Av. I coniioversial request for authority 

nie amba.s.sador said Hitler ' his president IV)ose\elt to iiK.hili-'e 
the great gift of • "hla sense that [the National Guard in an emer- 
gency. 

The tax measure, r.rlgmally in^ 
tended to raise about I6.'>«.no(rnoo a 
year, wa.s revamped by thr Hou r of 
Representatives ways and meana 
committee in view of recent addi- 
tions lo, the defence prok-rxnitne. 
The committee alsoappi o - i ■■i i). in 
to ral.se the national drii' :;!iiit 
♦4f) 000 000 000 to 149.000 Of¥) OOO. 
The new rriUng would be $1 000,. 
000(100 1 iKhri than has been ctaio' 
templated up to now. 

A high of ficUl*deelared the Pres. 
ident's request for power to call out 
the guard was based' upon a possi- 
bility that tlie militiamen might be 
needed, at stiort notice, to relieve 
regular army 'units who might be 

sent to rmrrKriic. trnuhlr .^pots 
such as the Panama f\inal rni\f and 
Puerto) Rko 

WORK PROORA.'VIMK 
During thr day Mr Roosevelt 
elaborated upfin la..i w.rks niessage 
with a letter to Speaker William 
Bankhead requesting spproprtatlon's 
and (onliBft autl.orizatioii of 
$1.277,741, no, with which lo start 
work on sixty-eight new warshlpa, 
build large numbers of military air* 
craft, build new and improve Old 
army and navy-air basis, aftd buy 
l; ins. munitions and many other 
■'ms 

Ihr sum pu.shed the cost of reg- 
ular and emergency defence ItemB 
.OOOjOOO. ■» f ' ' - 



Oeatlaaed ea Page 14, Calaam 4 

SENDING OEKMANS 
INTUTHE NOKIH 



Easpinym 

Allowed to Proapeet 
Company 



I TRAIL. BC. June 4 CW.-8. O, 

Blavlock president and managing 
director of the Consolidated Mining 
and Smelting Company of Canada. 
, Ltd.. announced today that twenty- 
' three German employees of the 

Trail plants are being tran.sferred 
to tlie area north of the "Great i 
Slave Lake in the Northwest Terrt- 
forles. to carry on prospecting work j 
for the company. 

Thr mrn were advise<l they could 
not continue working In the Trail 

I plants, and were made the offer to 
go north All but one accepted 
clieerf iiilv and left tonight in charge 
of w fi Jewitl, general sliperin- 
tendent of the company's operations 

I in the Morthwest Tsnlterles area. 



LATE NEWS BULLETINS 



GERMANS LAUNCH NEW OFFENSlViE 

PAPIS. June 5 fWerinesclay) (JP)^A new German 
offensive was launched this morning along France s north- 
ern front on the Somme-Aisnc Rivera. Th* High Com- 
mand announcer) tlie ;it«aik \' as Hirectcd throiiRh the for- 
tified sector between the English Channel and the highway 
bttwotn Laon and Soiaaona and it-Mto t il d bg along a front 
of about 100 milaa. 



mier— Lcoiioniic Groups Furmed 



PAGE DIRECTORY 



Comles 



Pago II 

4 
I 

Page f 
Page « 

Page 11 



FInanrlal 
"Loot Sanrise 
liadle ^ragnuBi 

RhIpviM u>4 Travel ... ^ga * 

nodal Neles — - '■•a • 

Rporl ....«•••••«..—— — Psf* 



LONDON. June 4 Tha Oowammtnt, preparing for all 
eventualities, today organi/ed a special defence committee 
under Prime Minister Churchill and announced that all 
conscripts who can bt trainod— an tstimatcd 600,000~will be 

called up thia month. 



The defense committee will com- 
Maa the Iwads of the flghttag serv- 
ices to sAlst the Prime Minister, 
who Ls aUo Minister of I>fence 

Ha'trping thr r.xpan.sioii of hrr 

army, Brttaln is accelerating the 
ran-up of age groupa. War Bsaretary 

Anthony Bden told the 
Page S I OomflRns. Under the 

fl ■ - - 




conscript men to the age of thlrty- 
flve. 

The twentjr-elght-year-olds will 
register en Jmie 11. the twenty- 

ninr s on June 22 Although It is 
estimated BOO 000 will register a 
number in reserved ocupations .will 
not go into the flghUpg forees:^ 

gr um 



affairs, told the Boose oT Commons 

today that Britain Is prepared to 
enter into fully normal relations 
with Soviet Russia. 

He sdded that he hoped to be 
able to reply t om orrow when diplo' 
matic repre.vntation bv an ambas- 
sador in M.>6cow would be resumed. 

"The BritUh Amheisadwi> 
Sir WUMua Seeds, arrived in Leii- 
don NMt'tfaiwary 10. en leave tnm 
his post and has not returned 
Sir auflord Cripps, Labor Mem 



donatg aflothe i 

Associated B ieaail ea U Canada. 

Ltd.. will eontrtbote three ambu- 
lances, one each for Alberta. British 
Columbia and Saskatchewan. 

K : :i 

THREE KILLED IN 
iRKSHiRE-^eXPLOSIONl 



lOHDOn. Jane S or— Three 
m'iners were killed and eleven were 
Injured in an explosion at the Up- 
bn ef Pai^ttraent. wMdlspa«ehed on'<»n Colliery near Soatli BaiaU to 

a special mission to Mo<5cow last Yorkshire rarlv todar 



EXPECT OJ.RM Wy TO I.AI N( H BIG OnfENSIVF 
PAB1S. Jane S i>P .— MtliUry coinm^nUters expresa ed belief toda y 
that within the next few days GermSay ws«M laanek a givat affea- 

frsat "wMIl etery force at her 



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FORf rS r.F.RMAVS TO Ql IT l ANDINO tHoOPH 
NEW VORK. June 5 ! — Brillsh pursuit plane* ha»r forrrd the 
to abandon th» lanrltnc of reinforremenis In Northrrn Nor- 
way frofls traasaort plane*, it wa* annnunrrd today in a broadr^tt 
•n the wavelength of the official British wireless heard hj f BS. The 
the OeraMMS-eraea IrMtcalad ta allnapla ISLlaad 



week He is now reported in Athens 
awaiting clarification of his status, 
slaes the Sorlat oovcmmcDt has in- 
tkat be he given rsfular dip- 



Bet ween 700 and SOO men were 
working in the pit when the blast 
ooGurrsd about a mile and a half 
freas the bottom of the shaft to the 



tmrnn now op imooim op jAPan iB mead 

TOKIO. Junr 't I — lfr«aln Tnhnc»i«a %^\rntr »n third «on nt 
1 n*.hinori lokufwa. the fifirmth and last Khogan of Japan, died 
I'xi.iv of pnrumnnia. Hr *\ the oMof JapaMee SslsgBle la the 
Waahington conferenee of 1921 tZ. 

FILM "SIEGFRIED LINE" IK CAUSE OF RIOT 
^ Bl'ENOff AIRRa. Jane 4 /e^.— MwnMpal « e ew e r i tndar hanned 
the German propaganda film "Stegfiied IJne. ' afUr a ri«H l*«l night 
at a Buenos Aires theatre in which tea ArscaUaa yeaths wcro ar- 



AUIe* Air Lewi Less Than 
ef Hamber nivea la 
Vervlon 



HBW YOWIC. J«r» 4 — Tha 
British Broadra' CorporatloB 
made a quick reply loi.ighl to Adolf 
Hitler s headquarters' version of the 
Battle o( Planders. declaring tha^ 
German claims of Allied nairal. arny 
and air loases were ■ fantaitlc,'.' . 

To the German aaoertlon that 
ijMi AiUikl aMift bad been shot 
down to Ms IPMiarB action, the 
British brodtlBMl. as heard In New 
York, said British air lonsea since 
May 10 amoimted to 302 planes. 

Tlw broadeaat feferrad to oAclal 
British 8ta"mrnt^ putting RrltUh 
losses at 30 fVX) men. Brituh naval 
losses at jh« destrovers and twenty- 
three smaU«r. flralti pad Prencb 
naval lasses at 



•RIA, B.C., WKDXKSDAV, JLMC 5, 1940 



Britons Will Fight 
Until World Freed 
_From Nazi Tyranny 



luirendtr." 

TtM speech, which. «iU*jr|^ with 
tlM finest oraupni WestmUwtfr has 
heard in years and yeMt, wsa 

brutally frank U lU grlmneM and 
objectivity. It wm <twlpMd to traie 
Iron iht mlhdi^ of thU< 

country and throuRhout the world 
lh« last vcfitlges o/ Ialuou.s. facile 
optlmu>m and rouse them from 
apathy and sloth to realisation ol 
tboir itMrti. 

MILITAST liniATION 

The military barkKround should 
be revealed to gauge and appreciate 
the full import of lilr. ChurchiU's 



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4tn have left Britain with an army 
—at least a considerable part of it— 
which ha.5 l(Mst i>ractlcally all its 
mechanical equipment, which is 
conipa>iMI» » wyim riwi KlUihen- 
er's army of the last wu lort its 
riflee and bayonets. 

tremendous losses in man 
power, but in full possecslon of 
Holland and Belgium and imporUnt 
areas of Northern PYanoe the Ger- 
man army stand* poi&ed lor a 
llghtnlnff blow agalhst Prance, with 
the Frrnrh forces on the Somme 
and AXKne Rivers holduig a ha£til>- 
improvlsed defensive Urtfr 

Hovering in the b^kground Ls the 
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Even If Ma-^^snhni ^tav.^ out,' hts war- 
like preparations and Uie utterances 
of Paselst leaden immobillie lirge 
naval, air and land forces of the 
Allies 1x1 thr Meriitr i raucaii Sea. 

The Prime Mini.sfer in hia addres* 
made no mention of the situation 
In the Mediterranean. 
-^PBANCI STANDS ALONK 

Until the industries of this coun- 
>ry.can duplicate "the «uxtf. tank-i. 
trucks and munitions destroy od m 
Planders and Ptance— millions and 
mliUons of pounds stertlnf worth— 
France nia^t .'tand algne or vir- 
tually alonr iigniii.'-t Urrnian on- 
slaughts on land There are .some 
,BriUsh troops south of the somme. 
as the War Office announced to- 
night. Others will be sent to France 
as soon as possible, but the fact 
remains the Prench army standi 
civilisation'.s Ruard tonight. 

But one or two factors relieve this 
frrim picture. The first is the 
'rriclency and effectiveness of the 
Koyal Air Porce, which have not 



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beea .accentuated, by the fighting 
in Planders. 

The .second la the BrltLsii fleet, 
which ha.^ proved again iu> mastery 
of the seas and its ability to turn 
aside air attacks. 

The third is an InUnglble factor, 
but vitally important, perhaps the 
most important of all— it l£ exempii- 
I fled by smoking factory chimneys of 



Britain and Vtance. stokfd by 
people who' have been aroused to 

their peril and are determined to 
supply their armies with all the 
ptaaes, warships,^ guns and kquip- 
ment needed to save tholr «ountry 
from the invader. 

British troops are in ^'active con- 
Uct" with tlM Germans at their 
positions in n«nce, it' waa learned. 

The BrltLsh contlngentj«. .small in 
numbers compared with the Prench 
armies, are well supplied, since their 
ba.sea are ouUside tlie area covered 
by the German Invasion of North- 
ern Pranee. 

Sources who have .sf>rn thi.s part 
of the British Expeditionary Force 
call it£ moralt and aqulpment "ex- 
cellent " 

TEXT OF .STATL.Mt.NT 
The text,' in part, of the Prime 

Minister's statement follows: 

The German eruption swept like 
a sharp scythe south ot Amiens, 
right to the rear of the armies in 
the north — eight or nine armored 
ciiM.sions, eai h of about 400 armored 
vehicles of different kinds. . . . 

Behind this armored and me- 
chanized onlaught came a number 
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comparatively slowly the dull brute 
mass of the ordinary German army 
and the German people— always so 
ready to be led to the trampling 
down tn other TRKEs^r the liberties 
and comforts tliev have ttCVCr 
known in their own. 

I iaid this armored scythe stroke 

almost reached Diinlcerque- almast 
but not quite. Boulogne and Calais 
were the scedcs of dasparmta flfht- 
ing. . . . 

Tiie Rifle ^igade of the «Oth 
Ritlfs I the Queen Victoria Rifles) 
with a battalion of British tanks 
and 1,000 Prtochmien, in all about 
4 000 strong, dttfmdod Oalali to the 
last. 

SILENCE OVBB CALAM 

Tlie Brltisl) brigadier was given 
an liuur to .surrender He spurned 
the offer Four days of intense 
street fighting passed before silence 
reigned over Calais and marked 
tlie end of r memorable resistance 

Only thirty unwounded survivors 
were brought off by the navy, and 
we do not know the late of their 
comrades. ... 

The time gained enabled the 
Gravellnes waterline to be flooded 
and held by Prench troo^ and 
th;i^ 'V.r pcurt Of Dunkerqua was 
Ijeld open. .... 

TO A SINOU FOKT 

The Belgian, fttDCh and British 
armies were alnoat surrounded 
Their sole line of rMreal was to a 
<:in(;lr> port and It.t Balghborlng 
beaches. Tney were praiwd on 
every side by attacks and far out- 
numbered in the air. . 

When a -week ago today t asked 
theirfflou-se to fix thl.^ nftrrnonn for 
the occasion of a stalemnt. I feared 
it would be my hard lot to announce 
from thLt box the greatest military 
dl.saster In our long history. . . . 

Ilic w iinip root core and brain of 
the British army, around which and 
upon which we were building and 
are to build tlM great BritL<(h armies 
of ister years, st^med due to perish 
upon the field 

King Leopold called upon us to 
come to his aid. . . . He and his 

brave and efficient army . . 
guarded our eastern flank and this 
kept open our anly llha' of rttreaC 
I to the sea. 

I Without prior consultation . . . 
he sent a plonipoentiary to tlie Ger- 
man command surrendering his 
army and exposing our flank and 
means of retreat. 

The surrender . . . compelled the 
Biiti-sh armv at the .ihorte.^t notice 
to coyer a flank to the .M>a of more 
than thirty miles in length. . . . It 
seemed Impossible then that any 
Allied troopjs could reach the coast. 
The rnemy attacked on all sides 
■ . and thei r ma in power, the air 
force. wfiTTRfSWinmto the batUe 
CANNON ON BEACHE.S 

Tlie .enemy began to fire cannon 
niniiK the beaches. . . . Thoy sowed 

m««ne!lc mines . . . and sent re- 
peated waves of hostile aircraft, 
sometimes more than 100 strong, to 
cast their bombs on the single pier 
that remained and on the land 
di^nes. 

Tlieir U-boat«. one of which was 
sunk, and mo<or launchea took 
their ton of vast traffic. ... 

For four or five days an intense 
struggle waged. . . . 
I The Royal Air Porce. which had 
already been Intenrtnlng in tlie 
battle . , -^.aw.||ped part of its 
main metropolitan fighter strength 
to strike thr German bombers . 

The enemy was hurled back by the 
British and Prench troopa. 1 
no roughly handled that be 
not molest tlieir departure seriously 
The Air Force deciMveU d<*Ieat«d 
the mala strength of the Otrmao 
air 



which aaust be noted. 

TTils was a great trial af strength 
between tta« J||ti||lL. attd .Otraun 

air force ... 

They tried hard and were beaten 
back, Frustrated in -their task, we 
have got tho armies away and they 
have paki fourfold for aOf lOMes 
sustained . . » 

In the kag aerks of very fierce 
battles now on this front and now 
on that— fighting on three fronts at 
once -battles fought by two or three 
BrttiJih divisions against an equal or 
sometimes larfar number, of theene- 
my and fought very fiercely on the 
old ground so many of us knew so 
well, our los.ses in men exceed 30- 
000 in killed, wounded and mis- 
sing ... 

We have ha d a ktg e' number of 
woimded come ^Omit' safely to this 
1 country— there may be very many 
reported missing who will come back 
home some day. In the confusion 
of the departiire It Is inevitable that 
many shoukl be cut off. 

UM8 OP^JIATniALS 
Against this loss of over 30 000 
men we may set a far lieavier loss 
certainly inflictod on the enemy, but 
our losses in material are enormous 
. . .' .jre ha've lost nearly 1,000 
((un.s and all our transport and all 
the armored vehicles that were with 
the army tn the north. These losses 
will impoae a further delay on the 
expansion Of our military strength. 
Tint expansion has not been pro- 
ceeding as fast as we had hoped . . . 

Already the flow of munitions has 
leaped forward. There is no reason 
why we should not In a few months 
overtake the sudden and serlOUl lOM 
that has come upon us . . . 

Neverthaleas our thankfulneai at 
tlie escape of our army with so many 
men' and the thankfulness of their 
loved ones who have passed through 
an agonizing week must not blind 
us to' the fact that what has hap- 
pened in France and Belgiim Ig. a 
cnln.'^.sal military disaster. •< 

r h'rendi army lias been weak- 
ened, tlie Belgian armr has been 
Ibet. and a large part of those for- 
tified lines upon which so much 
faith wa* reposod ha^ K"ne and 
many valuable mining districts and 
factories have passed into tlie en«- 
my's possession. The whole of the 
Channel port,s are in liis h^nds witn 
all the strategic coiusequences that 
follow from, that, arid we must ex- 
pect another blow to be struck al- 
most immediately at us or ^knce 



We shall not be content with de- 
f enalva war. 

DUTY TO ALLIES 

We have our duty lo our Allies. 
We have to reconstitute and build 

up the B EF once apaln under its 
gallant commander in chief, Lord 
Gort ... 

Parliament has given . us powers 
to pat down fifth ctriumn activities 
with the strongest hand and we shall 
use Uiose powers subject to the 
.supMirlalon and correction of the 
House without hesitation until we 
are satisfied, and moi% than satis- 
fied, ttiat thi.s malignancy in our 
midst has been effectually stamped 
out 





OLDMOItTliAOE 

Debt Document Set Alight in 
Irtlpressive Ceremony at 
Centennial United 



Before a large congregation of 
present and fortper members, Cen- 
tennial United Church hold a his- 
toric and Impressive oeremooy last 
night in the church auditorium, 
when the inortKUKe covering indebt- 
edness that originally went back to 
the eaHy dajraftftir ytars ago, was 
burned and, in the words of the 
pastor. Rev. Dy. ^. D . R eld. Uie^by 
cremataS '^ij^Uttiout hop* Of rMWTM- 
tton." 

OkSi membera who have played a 

prominent part In tlie church over 
a long period of year.s took part In 
the ceremony, and a former pastor, 
Rev. J[. P. Weatman, Vancouver, who 
first cam* to Oantbnnlal Church in 
1902, brought greetings and a mes- 
sage of hope for the future to the 
congregat loa 

SENSE OF SEHVIf E 
RecaUing old day.v in the church 
and congratulating the members on 
having cleared the church of debt, 
he urged them tOsgp forward with a 
renewed sense of MnriM la tlM 
Chrtstlan faith. — . 

Early church records were atoo 
recalled by J Alton, secretary of 
the trustee board, who traced suc- 
cessive financial and boUdtng steps 
taken bf the board throughout tha 
years. 

Rev. Dr. & Howard, an active 
church member, acted as chairman, 
and Dr. Reld welcomed those pres- 
ent and conducted the devotional 
part of the programme. -An aug- 
mented eholrof seventy voices, com- 
prising pajst and present members ! 
under J. W Buckler, chou-master, 
rendered the anthem, '^irla.'* and 
" Hallelujah." 

An organ prejude was given by 
Mrs. Paul Green, organi.^f, and 
Fiank t — T\ipmsn. formu- choir 
leader, aang a aelaeted aolo. 

BURNING CEREMONY 
The actual burning ceremony was 
performed by Dr. Reid. aaaktod by 

Mrs H. G. Hambleton, who has beOn 
a church member for forty-nine 
years, and- William C. Holt, who has 
been a member for forty-elght years. 
W, Sones. the church caretaker, sent 
frfim his haspital bed the match 
riukt was used to set the debt docu- 
ment alight. 

Following the benp<liction re- 
freslinients were served and a social 
hour enjoyed. 



given the ship carrying these p lane.s 
after a |n«^8<' from tiie Secretary 
for the Domlniohs stressing the 
"urgent need" of Britain for all 

operational aircraft The Canadian 
Oo\ernmciii l.ail (uderert this ship 
to turn t)4uk to Britain without any 
request for such action being** made 
by Britain. 

The Royal Canadi.in Navy was 
likewise giving utmost service 
under' a rearrantement' of plans. 
Part of the Canadian Navy was now 
serving not oi( C.tnadiun shores 
but in Briti-sh water operating in 
cloae co-operaiion with the A'ttlsh 
fleet. 

Conservative Leader Hanson said 
wteo m. concluded : ' I a m 

sure wf shall an be ehtouraged at 

the narration of evont.s given by t!ir 
Prime Minister tlm afternoon tu.d 
the atuiouncement he hrt . .ae 
with respect to Canada's participa- 
tion. ^ 

"He was good enougli'Oa one or 
two occasidna reeently^o ■ Inf or m me 
personally of what had transpired. 

and I hope lie will lollow up that 
practice. I ha\e very little, perliaps 
nothing, to add to nliat he has said 
with respect to Canada * participa- 
tion." • 



HtOH PRAISES 
FOR CHURbiilLL 



Continued from Page I 

fenalve lines. He does not attempt 

to minimise the threat to our 
shores. But he also e.stabll.slies the 
failure for tlie fir«.t time of Hitier .s 
massed might to carry out Its will." 

TtM Liverpool Post said Mr 
Churchills vlsiiallzhig the pof.- 
sibility of a long and . continued 
struggle which might lead to the 
New World setting, out to rescue 
the old, maybe a distant view, "but 
we can imagine Mr. Churchill's 
reference to it as havmg a marked 

Tiie liaily .M.ii! drcLired "Mr 
Cliurclu;! correct Iv ^;auge.s the spirit 
and iMckboitf. nt his coun^ymen 
We want the truth) good or bad— 
and here it la. Tlie heroic s/ehieve- 
ments of our fighting men equally 
with our own Cim situation, will 
inspire the British people to fight 
on/" 

The Glasgow Herald said: "Very 
wisely the Prime Minister did not 
mince his words describing the 
wont that could befall us." , 



ConUaMi fraai Page 1 

ra lon wiien Canadian troops were 
There has never been a period Ifl^'^ cmbarkaUon poinU 



CANADIAN TROOPS 
READY FOR FRONT 



all thofie long centuries of which we 
boa."-' when an ab.solute guarantee 
against invasion, still less against 
serious raids, could have been given 
to our people . . . There is al- 
way.^ a chance, and it is that chance 
which has excited and befooled the 
Imaginations of many continental 
tyrants. 

We are a.ssured that no\el meth- 
ods will be adopted and when we 
see the originality and malice and 
the Ingenuity of aggression which, 
our enemy displays we may certainly 
prepare ouivolvcs for every kind of 
novel stratrgem and oUier kmd of 
brutal and treacherous manoeuvre 

WOULD nCHT ALONE ^ 

The l»est arrangement,* are made 
as^ they are being made, we shall 
prove ourselves once sgain able to 
defend our island home and ride 
out the storms of war and outlive 
the menace of tyranny, if necessary 
for years, if necessary akme . . . 
we shall not flag or fail. We shall 
go on to the end We shall fight In 
France, on the seas and oceans. We 
.<:hall fight with growing confidence 
and growing strength in the air. 

We shall defend our island what- 

e\Tr the r'xs» rnay be. We shall fight 
on the bcache.s. the landing grounds, 
in the fields. In the streets gnd on 
the hlUs. We shall never surrender. 

And even If. which I do not for a 
ni'itnriit believe. thLs l.sland. or a 
large part of It, were subjugated and 
starving, then our Empire beyond 
the sea.s. armed and guarded by the 
British fWt will carry on its strug- 
gle un:il in God good time, the 
new worid. with all its power and 
might, sets forth to the liberation 
and reaetie of the oM. 



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NOT A VlCTORV 
Wa.mtMl ba earcful not to assign 
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a victory. ' 



IX)NDON .June 
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ten miles of t ht ^a1 OOgst of Eng- 
land and Scotland, the sbutheast 
coast and the Lsle of Wight. Prohi- 
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military and naval ba.se.« munitions 
factories and airports also was pro- 
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That a fighter squadron of the 

Royal Canadian Air Force equipped 
with aircraft, would be dispatched 
overseas; 

That aircraft and aircraft engines 
had been dispatched from Canada 
to the United Kingdom; 

That a shipload of aircraft on the 
way to Canada had b^en turned 
back in mid-ocean and placed at 
the disposal of the British Govern- 
ment. 

REPORTS TO CUIEP 
Potlowlng his personal reconnals- 

.sance of the baffle area. General 
McNaugntoQ made a report to the 
chief of the Imperial Oanaral Staff. 

High military reasons prevented 
the disclosure oC the.se measures 
earlier, said Mr King, and such 
reasons stitl prevented a detailed 
dlsclostire of all the steps taken. 

The sending of Canadian de- 
stroyers to British waters formed 
part of a rearrangement of forces 
designed to make the utmost use of 
naval strength. This rearrangement 
alko raauit.s in certain Britl.sh ships 
being assigned to the defence of the 
Canadian cx)ast. 

If the speed of Germany's nuh 
through tha Low Countries and 
Northea.stern France gave cause 
for great alarm, there was. in the 
evacuation of the British Ex- 
peditionary Porce from Planders, 
even greater cause for believing tlie 
Allies will prove more than equal to 
any circumstance that may arise. 
Mr. King said. - 

On the most recent occasion Oen- 
eral McNaughton and several of his 
officers made a per.s<^>nal rerotmais- 
sance of the battle area and ren- 
dered valitaMf reporta. 

CANADIANS READY 

As Um poasibllity of the invasion 
of the United Kingdom beeaifte 
more apparent Canadian forces 
have been employed in the wsy 
wliich seemed best to serve im- 
mediate needs m ptotaetlnf the 
United Kingdom, or as a fralh field 
force in France 

The Prime Minister said Canada 
had baan asked by tha Brttlib Gov- 
ernment to send som^ troops to the 
=^ritish West Indies, to free BriUsh 
troops Ihtft for service "isewhere 

A contingent of Canadian trogps 
had accordingly been sent, con- 
voyed part way by the Royal Cana- 
dian Navy. That contingent was 
now on active service tliere 

Every possible assistance was also 
being given by tiM Moial Canadian 
Air Force The advance party of the 
.second Army Co-operation Squad- 
ron had been sent to England 
Plans had iNyn spasdsd also to sand 
a fighter squadron wHh ptaaaa. 
Pilots were Ijeing sent from Camp 
Borden who had completed their 
training and had been scheduled to 
be used here as instnictor*. 

nuMS oft order for Caiiada had 
be«*n turned o\er to the British 
Government. Some Blenheim bomb- 
ers In England about to be sent to 
Canada, and same actually on the 
sea en roota to Oamltfa. had baen 
sent back 

Orders to turn about had been 



Niw iroBK nMBi 

NEW YORK. June t (Cn.— ^It was 

magnificent." ' 

The New York Times thus warmly 
commended today Prime Minister 
Churchill's address in the House of. 
Commons yesterday in which he 
acknowledged Great Britain had 
suffered a military disaster in the 
battle of Flanders, but declared in 
ringing terms that Britain never 
would surrender. 

' It took moral heroism to tell 
the story," said The Times. "Any- 
one of smaller calibre would have 
tried to minimise the German vic- 
tory. ... In its proud defiance 
BCiiiM.si odd', Mr. Churchill^ .si)eech 
was as brave in Its way as the stand 
of the British army on the blood - 
soaked shore at Dunkerque." 

The Herald -Tribune also praised 
the spe<>ci) and Mr. Churchill, re- 
marking that he "possesses a 
weapon of attack which has per- 
haps no equal among living men — 
this gift of words." Tlie newspaper 
said Mr. Churchill's closing words 
"will surely rank aosong the noblest 
utterances in the annals of English 
statesmanship " 

The newspaper in it,s editorial 
quoted the clo.sing pa.s.sage in the 
speech: "We shall fight on the 
beaches, the landing grounds, In the 
fields. In the sire" ruid on the 
hills. We shall never surrender. . 



DMTAiN mm 

TO SWELL ARMY 

^ a* ■ 

Cwstlawd trCaa Page 1 

Clasaes is called to the colors the 
army will total around 3,000.000, Mr 
Bden aald this maelilncry has been 

stepped up to supply this month the 
maximum number of men Britain 
is capable of training at present, 
( OM.MITTEE NAMED 

Announcement of the defence 
committee was made in the House 
of Co mm ons-^ C l e m en t R. L A j l ee , 
LSrd Privy Seal. Him said the com- 
niiltae will consist of A V Alexan- 
der. First Lord o( ihe .Admlraliv: 
Mr. Btlen, and Air Se<rctarv Sir 
Archibald Sinclair. Their chiefs oi 
staff will act as advisers. 

He kttB 'said that these f^ve min- 
isterial organizations will be formed 
to t.tke up •coodaUe. and home 
^flairs. 

1. A production oou|icll, headed by 
Arthur Greenwood. Minister wlth- 
oui portfolio, to direct organisation 
and priority. 

2. A poUtli^al and economic com- 
mittee, headed by Mr. Greenwood, 
to direct general political and eco 
nomie activities. 

3 A food policy committee headed 
by Major Attlee, to specialize in food 
production questions.. 

4. A home policy ' com m 1 t,te e. 
headed by Major Attlae. to take 
charge of questions oonoemlhg the 
home front. 

5. A civil defenea 'oommlttee 
headed by Sir John Anderson, Home 
Secretary and Minister for Home 
.Security, to take up Qucatlons of 
civil defence and interior securlfv 

Lord . ccononnc advi.-er 

the War Cabinet, will continue hib 
functkms, Mr. Attlee said. 

PARACHUTE UNITS 

Mr. Bden, to a questkm about for- » 
mation of parachute units, replied: 
"Recent opera tioas are being care- 
i fully studied by my department in 
: order to decide if any 
! army are required." 

He declined to comment on a sug- 
gestion that Red Crocs in.signla may 
be taken off British haspitaLs and 
hospital shipt. on tlie theory tJiai 
German airmen find them ideal 
targets. , 

He also informed the House that 
aliens interned as stupected foreign 
agents and tho.se under recent gen- 
eral preventive measures are con- 
fiii' 111 different camps. 

Mr. Bden added transportation 
aliens to places remote from the 
British I.-^Ic. to prevent their po«- 
sible co-operation with German air- 
craft or parachute troqpa— Is under 
consideration. 

Mr. ChurchiU himself, in his 
speech in Commons. promi.sed that 
the ' inaliKnancy ' of tlie "flflh col- 
umn' would be .stamped out. 

It was learned today that Gen- 
eral Sir Bdmund Ironside, com- 
mander of the British home force, 
Ls organizing a new "Iron.side ' force 
made u;) ..n-.Tll bodie.- of higlily mo- 
bile and heavily armed troops to 
counter German invaders. 

It Is expected that "many hun- 
dreds" of such units will be formed 
from the reRular army to become 
the nations "riot squads" If the 
Germans land in Brltam. 

Livestock is being removed from 
war dangfr zones of Southeastern 
England, the Ministry of Agi1culttu<e 
disclosed. 

The limit on livestock to be left 
in Southeastern England would pre- 
vent invaders from living off the 
country if they landed there. 

ROME MEES TO 
JAPANESE AIMS 

TOKIO. June h <CP-Hava.si -The 
newspaper Nichi Nlchl said today I 



EUSTIC GIRDLES AND 
CORSELETTES 

In Ttaroia wi4 WMta. 



711 YATES STIIET 



TWO ONLY 
FuHt [rjM,fl,d COAL jnd GAS 

COMBINATION 
RANGES 

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C. J McbOWELt 

tOOQ DOUGLAS STREET ' 



JOIN THE 

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In exquisite Alpine country 
southwest of Banff.., 
at Egypt Laka, 
Aug. 3-5 

% Tha Mvanlti annual toil c«mp %m 
antdear lowoei. wMi daRy % 

Ot a c»n*fot pent frnm which rnHlnta 
foicinotlng troilt gay wilti Alptn* ftow«r«>' 
Tfevt ^iMng. Netyes gvldea 

120 ref* InclwdM toMt actaa n warf*- 

Man and meal* fnr tfx, fo,<f Hn yl rii »«B 
M paCllina O' <)jHI» (rorr nnH lo BnnM 



Per fwrlhar porliculoM apply Bo 
918. ^^lodsoe g^vaoM. Wowtroal. ee 

DAN McCOWAN, Banff, Alborto 



that the Japanese mlMtOn nqw la 
Italy has reached an under'-tanding 
with lUllan otncials providing lor 
Home's recognition of Japanese alma 
In China and Tlie Netherlands East 
Indies and Tokio's approval of 
Italian moves in the Balkans, tha 
Near East and Africa. 

Under the terms of the under< 
standing Italy will recognize the new 
puppet regime in China headed by 
\\\uik' chlng-Wel and v lU exciiHtige 
ainbui-siidors »itii W »ng iniiuediately 
after Japan takes similar actmn the 
newspaper said. It added that Roma 
will make sn annour.cement . dis* 
claiir.iiu; all iiiterf-i In the fata af 
The Netherlands ta."-t Indies. 




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Tarf, tha dgarcfte wMi the mild, frcah iavour . . • 

that'i msde with ind''* pure tohacro* . . . Turf, 
avan-burnmi; tr < t rant, dell f'"^''' 1 Turf todajl 

TURF 

VIRGINIA CIGARETTES 

Will \'r>f ^tf, k 7-. 1 I't I it" 



ROLLEB WITH THE EXCLUSIVE "AU-WEITNEI" PAPEI 



THE DAILY COLOyiST. VICTORIA, BC, W I'.DNESDAY. JUNT. 5. 1940 



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fxnuf 

NEW EDITION 
MARCH OF 
TIME 
MODUN jrOUTH 
• 

CARTOON IN 
COLOl 
• 

Screen Snapshots 

WORLD NEWS 



NdvaV Officer Gives~ 
Detailed Account of 
^Blocking 




FEDERAL GRANT 



RMeivet Command in 
AlbMU Ilii«Hct . 



( !oii< rt l<'-li4'ariiij; Sunk in 0|m l alioti ( an it'd 

Out Surcrhnfully I n<l<T Hi'a\> Fir« Mak.<s 

Urugt'h Laiiul Lbeless for Several Months 



Provincial Exhibition Prize 
Money to Be Reduced by 
$4,000 This Year 



I 



ON DON. June 4 0».— 8ucee««ful blocking of the Bruges 

Canal nt the Belgian port of ZccbruRge by sinking ships 
ftlled witb concrete WM described today by a British ijavai tember 



•^ur TNttmcKirs" 



CAPITOL 




TODAY AND THURSDAY! 2 BIG HITS! 



THRILLS YOU'VE NEVER 
KNOWN BEFORE! 

• HUMAMS SHRUNK TO THi 
SIZE OF DOLLS BY A RUTH 
LESS ANP TIRR'Rif POwir 

%CK10K 

ALL IN TECHNICOLOR' 

n 




A Grand New 
British Cota«dy! 

Br' THE MAN WHO 
GAVE rOU PYG 
JMALION" 

"FRENCH 
\\ ITHOUT TEARS'' 

WITH 

RAY MILLAND 
ELLEN DREW 

At M. :» l«. !V:M. 




officer who witnessed the operation 

He ^ald tlM.JBt&al would not br 
usable by the Gemuns "lor tt ka&t 
aeveral month*.'" 

Tills eyfwiuie.s.s said that two 
' blockihiph. ■ estoi tocJ by warships 
and fulded by ."mail craft, steamed 
slowly pexaUel to tiie Belgian coast 
under cover of darkness Ifay 25; but 
that the .operation failed when one 
"blockshlp ' grounded ntvt the. en- 
trance to the harbor chantvel liuide 
tlip mole leading to the canal mouth 
Ilie naval force found the en- 
tranc« to the chaiiiwl, marked by a 
buoy above the wreck ol the old 
Thetis, sunk In a similar Brltlst\ 
operation in 1918, but a small de- 
tachment :*liH h moved ahead to try 
lo approach the canal gate wa& 
fired on heavily from machine-gun 
otn placemen Lb along the waterfront. 
CONTINUOUS BOMBING 

The warships t»0i>rting the "block- 

.shipB" were bombed contlntiously for 
5:evr;.t\ -f;\f niin lies bv a .squadron 
of Oei man planes but were not hit. 
he added. 

AlthouKh the British force could 
{^e tlie end of the mole, a thick haie 
shrouded the harbor and the'ltrsl 
concrete-laden ships grounded and 
^ould net be refloated. 

The naval officer taid the Britlsn 
withdrew, but returned two days 
lat4^r and sank two ships Immedl- 
It^lY QMtiWfl tfrt WfliM *hiyh 



Di.scontinuance of Federal grant.'s 
to fairs and exhibitions throughout 
Canada this year vtU /oroe a re- 
duction (rf M per ceAt to prizes al- 
ready annotmced for the Provincial 
Exhibition ai Uie Willows in Sep- 
The effect of this decision 
of the Oomlnkm Department of Ag- 1 
rlculture Is to deprive the ^ritlsh i 
Columbia Agricultural Association 
of a Biant of $4 000. I 

The necessity to make dra&uc re 
ductlons In the Federal estimates 
thl.s year i-s given by the department 
a.s the reason for cutting out all 
grants te iates and eshlblttani. In 

IMO. 

Despite this serious blow to Its fi- 
nances, the a.s.soclatioii liere has 
every intention of carry ing on il- 
1940 fair as arranged, and is ap- 
pealing for the full co-opcratlon ol 
exhlMters. liie dlreetors. after full 
consideration of a situation that has 
arisen since the distribution of prize 
lists, has decided that in order to 
carrf^ the exhibition successfully, 
it will be necessary to reduce prise 
ing" in rents for houses, was askftlimoney by 20 per cent and to cancel 
by the Chamber of Commerce direc- all boys' and girls' competitions for 
ion oh Monday to give specific cases this year. 

of unreasonable Increases in rfots, if \ Announcement of this decision on 
any such cases were Itnown to the the part of the association was 
council, i7iade last n.Rht by D D McTavish, 

During a discussion of the council's . president, at a meeting of the Vie- 
protest, to which a reply was made ' torla Horticultural Society, of which 
bv tlie Real. Estate Board last Frl- he is secretary, and whose members 



REIjyESI PROOF 
OFASSOTH 

Alleged Profiteering in Rents 
Discussed by Chamber 
Of Commerce 




ISLAND MM 
IS 




several Parties Now Scour- 
ing Shawnigan Lake Area 
For M. H. Nickerson 



!ir a 

ulicil !)'■ 



MAJOB J. ■. CABVOSBO. M.C. anS Bar 

P Princess Patricia's Canadian 



O 



The Victoria and District Trades 

and Labor Council, which recently 
passed a resolution condemning 
what it described as "war profiteer- 



AR1III H I \Hr 



''Blondie Brings Up Baby'' 



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already had been blocked by a sub 

morcrrt drrdrer, apparently sunk by 

the B<'lgian.s, 

The grounded "bUx k.-lup ' .subse- 
quently was refloated and, with an- 
other, was sunk^lnside the mole at 

I lie entrance to the cluuinel, he said 
AlthouKh not completely blockuig it. 
the officer said, they form a serious 
obstacle to navigation. 

NOT A CASUALTY 
Both expeditions were completed 
I without a casualty, the eyrvitness 
I declared. 

The crew.s of tl.r sunken vcsseLs 
e.<,caped in boats, racing up the ca- 
{ rul . to the warships which then 
, steamed home at high speed, he said 



Talks to Clvr^y 

On I HI (HI lifisis 

t or orld Peacf 

{PARALLEL PARKING 

One of the chief featiires of the | fOU VIEW STREET 
annual meeting oC the Vinor.a 
.MinLsterial Association, held on 

Monday m,.4he Y.W C A. building. ' regulation by-law to allow parallel 
v^as an address given by Captain 



day. Waller Luney pointed out that 
the minimum wage for carpenters 
was seventy cents an hour; yet they 
were now asking for ninety cents, 
with '-'(•':rdav a.'' a whole holiday 

"nie .'•hoe Is on the other foot," 
Mr. Luney said. "They claim an in- 1 
In mrm^ herauae thgv tav the 
cost Of living goUig up. If they 
erf an inrreafe, they should r\i^c\. 
the cost of living to go up. and part 
of that cost Is rent" 

NO KNOWN CASES 
Jamrs Forman. speaking for the 
Real Elstate Hoard, said that body 
had no kno.wiedge of any profiteer- 
ing. ' In certain cases where large 
sums of money had hern ^ytut ii 
iniprovrniPiit.i, the landlords liad to 
obtain a little additional revenue to 
meet the cost. He considered that 
the Trades and LaMor Council should 
b» .satisfied tokt.ox that owners were 
willing to spend money for labor on \ 
Improvements to make houiet more 
habitable. 

The chamber resolved fo reply to 
the council that It had taken tlv 
matter up wttli the Real Elstale 
Board and had been informed that 
there was no evidence of any undue ! 
increase in rents; and that the coun- 
■'"'^^"f"! 'A!:**^_^V.'^!cil MiouW be «.sked to .stat« specific 

rases of "profiteering, " if any were 
known to It. 



number largely aiaongJhe exhlb- 
itor.i in the floral section at ihr 
fair. 



IMPERIAL BANK 
HEAO ON VISIT 



Light Infantry, who has been 

named officer commanding the South 
AlberU Regiment. 31st Battalion. 
CE.P., of 'the Canadian Active 
Service Force, according to an an- 
nouncement by Brigadier C. E. Con- 
nolly. D OC, at Calgary, yesterday. 
Major Carvosso, who was formerly 
stationed in Victoria, will bv pro- 
moted to the rank of lieutenant- 
colonel. 

Vnuiup Appeal 
A r run ^vd fin- 
S.A. Campaign 

A unique appeal has been orlg- 

inatcd by M. F. Hunter" in connec- 
tion with the local Salvation Army 
war services (li i\f wrt k lo: 

the sum of $20.QOO^M embers of 
seventy-eight clubs and 
tlons will be 



Approalniately twenty men, sonvc 
with provisions and equipment for a 
o.- five-day search, art- now ,cov- 
!ing every trail in the bhawnigan 
.ike are4 and those leading to 
Jordan River. Pert Reafrew. beech 
River and other points, in- a deter- 
mined effort to locate Mauiin !I 
NickersOn. Vlclorta. who ha.s been 
luLssing m that area since e;Lrly Sun- 
day. Mr. Nickertion, an accountant 
with the Island Tug & Barge Com 
|j«ny left here on Sund;i\' for a »1 
fishing at Tiout Lake and 
failed to return that night, ajwarcl 
was started. 

Yesterday a bloodhound WHS'Tlow n 
here from Vancouver to aid In tin 
hunt, and pack and saddle hor^ 
tire being used by the men. 

DID NOT RE.%CH LAKK 

A party consisting of tioniin 
Sword. ChbXles Burr and Chtuic 
Jordan, who have been active in the 
.search .since they discovered Mr 
Nicker.son's car at the end ot the 
Silvermine trail on Monday, reporiot! 
they had scoured the country around 
Trout Lake and *re satisfied he did 
not reach the lake. 

Coivstable Bob Ro*».^ ul ih'- H.ii; li 
Columbta Polnet) at Shawwiaii, it> at 
the head of another party and other 
searchers are converwing i>n ttv .1:1:1 
Irom Jordan Rnei ri.<I I'' 1 • II' :.- 
frew. 

Mr. Nickerson was aconipana d 
by his Alsatian dog and had food for 
day, 



Now It the 

STORE 

Vyluir 

FURS 



Modern storii^. Eapetl^'eO' 
modeling , and repaint 'iKH* 
sonabls prices. Pl^eM Bl]SSS 

and wc will call. 




1:1 



Rradr-la-Wtar «dS MRS 



clubs and organlsa- 

a.sked 'What do you 
thtok of the aalvaiion Army? " 
In place of the usual speakers 

seeking the support of service clubs 
and other associations for the 

Army s raiuecn and .Mrvic p fund, 
the presidents of the diflercnt or- 



President A. E. Phipps Says iganizations have received a brief 

Business Picture Better 



Than Last Year 



IN TICHNICOLOl 



SmeeSme 

DON ANDHEA AL 

AMECHF l.KFnS lOLSON 



FLVS - WAtL.A( K FORD In 

••MCK moon TO ntAvaN" 



10^ 



BXTBA 

issis-t raws 



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Elmore Phllpott on what he called 
"Union Now As a Basis for Future 

W.iii.) Pcncr '■ 

Rev Dr. A. E Wlutehou.se pre- 
Ktded over the meeting, which at- 
tracted a larger attendance of mem- 
bers than usual. 

Captain Phllpott's' address was 

more or le.^s Informal being prar- 
tically a review of Clarence K 
Streit's "Union N ' .md poinie<l 
'he way to a good basis for the 
r It lire union of democracies as a 
ini(irt!s f>f world BO'. ernmrnf An 
inteip.Ming diseu.s.sion followed the 
adoresA. in WTtKh a tiumber of the 
member:^ prc^f^n' took part 

A pet II inn was rernved by the 
a.s.sooiatlon serking their InfliiriKe 
In bringing about religious liutruc- 
tion In the lehools. It was' referred 
to a comnrUttee for eonslderatlon 
and report. 



piuking on the nortli s\df of Vipw 
Street between Douglas and Broad 
Bfree':. was oifiered at a City Coun- 
cil meeting Monday. 

It was also decided to prohibit 
the iuiKle parking of vehicles more 
than .seventeen feet in* length on 
Yates Street, from Blanshard to 
Cook Street. 

The council agreed to reserve 
loading .pace for Da\id Rpeiirrr 
Ltd on the ea t side of Broad Street 
from 9 to 10 30 oclock and 1 to 3 
0 clock Hour parking will be per- 
mitted except at a designated load- 
ing zonr to be kept dear by store 
employees. . 



RLSPONSIBILITY 
IS WITH PUBLIL 

Must Maintain Health Serv- 
ices. Dr. G.F. Amyot Tells 
Kiwanis Clubmen 

"The reBpontlbtllty to maintain 

the »ervire.s that will not allow pre- 
Biclit su. [Mx t,-, arrested last J\ily andyvciUlve mcdicin^ aiKl public health 
rhnrK'-irwitri < spiol^ge and treason | backwaras. but protect our 

were brught to trial before a mill- 1 j,o,urs our ritie.s famllir.« soldier?. 
Ury. tribunal here today. The prose- [ airmen that v- our job 

ciition a.sked the death peiUdty for. i, , mamtAin the.se .cervice.s 




[letter from Mr Hunter, outlining 
the objectives of Uie campaign. 

Following the reading of the let- 
'er to members of these organiza- 

;ions at their sevesa* meetings, the 

president of the cUib or as.sociatlon 





For Milady's 

_ Boudoir 



Selecfien el Covers 

Standard Furniture Co. 

737 YATES STREET 



BOyiiVABD mi 



New Sprinklers to Be Turehaaed 1' 
. Kee» Slsty-recr Miles ef 
Grass Or 



At a Joint meeting <>f the City 
Council public works and parks com- 
mittee yesterday afternoon, it was 
decided to recommend that $206 be 
expended for •'Cricket" sprinklers to 
water boulevards They will be used 



will pose the foregoing question and in series on hose lines. 



I 



have two member* reply. | 

It is expected tiiat thi.s" pi o nluie 
111 stimulate Interest in the appeal 
r the BaLvaUon Army and secure 
greater feiWMrt tor iU financial 

drive. 

GOOD PROGRESS 
IS OLING MADE 

rourist Trade Group Hears 
Reports on Strawberry 
Week Arrangements 



A. E. fHirrs 



PARIS .June 4 'CP-Hava.,i 



^DET 



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NBLSON KDOT • thOHA MARSrv 

''BALALAIKA" 

A OMBIOUS WttKirSL TBBAT 

AOOBD • fllLECTEn HBOBTS 
OsaUBMat rt«a « P.M. • ta«i 
Bh«w t r.M. 

ABVtTS BBtf OaitMUN lO^ 



all eight. 



At the Theatres 



( APITOL 
TIUATBE 



Ilu. I)anrtf.. 



CONCERT 

ARION CLUB Male Choir 

EMPRESS MOTEL-JUNE 18 
AMHting Artnl 

IVA HARTefSoprano) 
r erwerly ef Vkleris 

TICKETS - 
At K<nt'«, FIttcfctr'i and Marionttt* 



init-M! 



Daniel Willard. president of the s j xiU(ATBB 
A O. naliraed. took a trip to Wa.'th- 1 
ington In hl% private car. and when ,.^j,„y 
the train pulled into the station 
aauntered up to see Mie engmeer 
• "I thought we had a nile that this 
b«in dioaM not gd'tallir than sixty 

around the curves ■ h" .•tald: "I had 
a speedometer in my car and It 

the 



I/i\elv ,Jran Arthur Is 
tlie perplexed wife of Co- 
lumbia's 'Too if any 
which is now sho^Mnu ;it 
tlie Capitol Tlieatr**, and Fred Ma< - . 
Murray and Melvyn IViuRla . air tlie 
husbands whom she loves! Sh*' • 
roulrt be happy with either . . j 
If 111'' oilvT txniild BO axav' O'hors 
In the brilliant com««dy c.i.it mcliid ' 
Harry Davenport. Dorothy Peterson 
Melville Cooper, Mary l^een, and 
Tom Dugan. 

RIO "Swanee River. TaoiiU- 

tilBATBI eth Century -FV)x .s .stir- 
ring Story of Stephen C 
Fmter. the great American trouba- 
dour, end.s today at tlT" Rio Tliratre, 
Don Ameche la-s Foster'. Andrea 
Le<>ds and Al Jolson liead Mi* cast 
Darryl F. Zanuck. in charge of pro- 
duction, selected Sidney Lanfield to 
nicoior production • - • 

t 

ATI. AS Spencer T r a ■ v and 



Hedy Lamarr have dis- 
covered one actor who 
his role He is Willie 
Best, who pla\s the .«.low-tlilnklnR 
slow- moving N^^rro Jaiutor ^wl 
them in "I Take Thla Woman 
which ends today at the Atlas The 
strs. 



AMUSEMENTS 

On the Scnea 

Allait— Spencer Tracy ih "1 

Take ThLs Woman." 
f adei-^'Balalaika," stanihg 

Nelson Eddy, 
f apKni^Jean Arthur, in "Too 

Many Husbands." 
Dominion -"Dr Cyclops," fea- 

' itniK Janice Lopan. 

(»ak lUy— Tlie Amszing Mr. 
Wii'.iamK." with Melvyn 

Dntidlas 

riaia— T y r o n e Power in 

"Lloyds of London." 
Rio— Don Ameche in "Swanee 

River." ^ 



4«e the third time in recent, nionlks 
eloaes tonight. One of tlie season s 
gayest cemedleft the film also brims 

with thrills and romance Joan 
plavs a niavor s secretai y and Doug- 
las her ftanrrc. 1.- a sup''r-sl*>uth 
With more time for murder than 




OAK BAY ^f"'^ a hlihlv • ;ifl<-.'-.v'. 
corves." THBATRB ful engagement at the 

"Speedome t er In- Ui s m » ' saldj Oak Bay Theatre. "The 

ilxty." said the enRln'^r. "*1 dldn"t Amazlr'u Mr Williams ■ .<clntlllatin>' 
CM your car going pest as any I new Columbia comedy that reunites 

Joan BtaidsU and Melvyn Douglas 



Royal Oak Inn 

LUNCHEONS - TEAS DINNERS SUPPERS 
DANCING EVERY EVENING 



1 



WEDNESDAYS- DANCING 9 !• U- 
SATUHDAYS-SUPPER DANCE. 9 to 



SCk Each, Inchidmf Light Ittfrtihnicntt 
12— Val Carten't OrtMtrt— $1 25 Each 



Tglgphont Celq^iti 152 er E mpire 2342 for fUnenrgtioos 



DOMINION Tlie ca.st of "Dr Cy- 
tnAtU £lDpL" Which Is now 
showing at the Domm. 
ion Theatre, marks two Interesting 
br»"Bks witli tradition Made up of 
only eight people, it contains not 
one really (amillar ll u lly w e o d nsme 
and was selected solely fOk- lU fit- 
ness to fill the unusiul and difflmit 
roles. All do admirsbly, and espe- 
cially worthy of applause are Dek- 
ker. Janice Lbtdp. ' Tbdouai Ooley 



and we get another epidemic fol- 
lowing this war. we wlU net have 

the facilities to meet It"' Dr O F. 
Amyot. provincial health officer, 
warned members of the Kiwanis 
Club at theu- luncheon in the 9m* 
press Hotel yesterday. 

Spraking on "Public Health and 
the People," Dr Amyot emphasized 
the necessity of public health de- 
partments and how ^^''^''nMve 
measures would rmull in a major 
raving to the taxpayer. • 

NEED ( O OPFRATION 
In dealing with the prevention of 
communicable, di s < ( esi i . the ^leaker 
.said that the Government and civic 
health dejiRrtments could exerci.se 
or,!v il;f> power slven them by law 
He iMlded that, the co-operation of 
the medical, dental and teaching 
profpS8i<ms and the public was 
needed, so that the benefits of years 
of research could be utilised In the 
war agaln.sf dL-^ea^e 

,rull-tlme health kervice.s were the 
omy method of educating the publW 
against prevenUble diseases. Dr. 
Amyot declared, tfe also spOke of 
the value of pasteurization of milk 
and gave f igi^rea which illustrated 
Um high cost of disease in this 
province 

Light cla.<Ai<?sl ."electioas were 
played for the entertainment of the 
members by the Empress Hotel 
Trio, under the direction .pf-Wllllam 
FrntklP The rttner memt)er.<( were 
Prank Balagno. 'cellist, and 
eefan More, pianist. 



La.st >e,irs big Prairie crop and 
the urgency of war has stimulated 
Canadian business generally m the 
opUilon of Albert Bdmnnd Phipp.v 
pivaident ol the Imperlsl Bank of 
Canada, ^rhe arrived in the city yes- 
terday. 

Arcompwiled by Mrs Phipps. the^ 
bank president is on. a combined 
pleasure and bu^lnes.^ trip, enjoying | 
the sighU while looking over his | 
bank's various hnntrtwc — fliey-are j 
rf>ci ♦Tcd -it the Eniprr.s.s Hotel j 
Mr. Phipps .said that the busuiess 
picture oerteinly kwked better than 
last. year. "That is perhaiiB due in 
part to war activities, and as I .w ^ 



■xceUent progress in all arrange- 
ments for Saanich strawberry Week, 
from June 8 to \h. was rejxtrted 
yesterday at a meeting of the tourist 
trade group of the Victoria Cham- 
ber of Commerce, which i.s f.pon.sor- 
ing the promotlmial campaign In 
collaboration with the fruitgrowers' 
orRani/a'inn-, of .«5aanich 

Frank Waring, chairman, told the 
committee of the" plans that had 
been mad** for db plavs of various ^ 

th<*^ 



Mayor Andrew McOavIn, who pre- 
sided. pDiiiied out that taxpT. er.' 
were < harged 1 per cent ix-r square 
foot for boukvard maintenance of 
sixty-four miles of grass. 

He suggested that a iiermaiv -. 
•prinkllng system., similar to that nt 
Parliament £>quare. be in. i.ilird "i 
■ ;ty boulevards at Jhe rate <if a 1' 
thou.-and feet each year. The Mayor 
thotight such a system would keep 
th»* gra- s in better condition and rut 
down the cost, of maintenance. 

A profKwal to «nploy twenty m^ti 
at ft peV day to water boulevani 
durlne Summer montli.s wa-, vetoed 
wl.rn I hi . '- at \) r mertliiK a.scrr- 
taUicd th«« cost would be $5,120. 

The chairman of the public woi i 

committee w.is a. kcd to Invcsllgaif- 
the possibility of purdiasine a Rrn 
cutter to lake rare of street, wit 
out boulevards at a cost of |380. 



RAY S, Ltd, 



SHINOLA 
Floor Wax 

1 lb. tin ...... 

Fancy Red 
Salmon 

'i'j, tin 

tin . 

Grapefruit 
Jvioo - 

50-01. Hn > 



19' 
14' 

10 

19 



STRAMffiESRIES 



2 Baskets 

for B s se e s 



15 



Canteen Popular 

W illi Si*rLici*im'n 



Mr. 



FENDBAV GARDENS 
Waring stated that, entirely 
the efforts of Harold M 

arrangements had been 



tvpef. and announced that 
.Standard Furniture (nmi-wnv had 
promised to present three prize.s to 
the strawberry queen and her two 
attendsnt."^ Warren W Martin, 
chairman of the queen and enter- 
it. basin»>.s.s "ha.s been stimulated loj talnment committee, alwj reported 
some extent al.so by la.st year a crop I ^,^pj,yy,g4j^ progress, and stated 
en the Prairies, * he remarked. { th^^ f^e gpint of co-operation 
He believed that normal busln^s.s i pxLsllng between the group*, taking 
should benefit from the large mdus- [ part in the campaign would insure 
trial effort now under w ay In con- 1 success, 
neetion wltl| the war. and said thatj 
It shouM also have ai beneficial effect 
on tli»> unemploym''nt situation ] 
which ha* vexed tlie country so long i 

WAB KAVIHOS FLAM , ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ Prndray tr>plary 

.Speaking of the war j«nvini's rrr- ggr^j^rw nt Loretto Hall to be taken 
tifleate plan. Mr Phlpnfi .stated 'hat! ^ a tourist attraction. , with 

financial assistance from three of 
the Flghtseemg and taxi companies. 

W. T. Straith. MP. P. tinder took 
to bring before the Fro v i n c l al De- 
partment of Trade and Tr.dusfrv the 
question of repairing and maintain- 
ing the fotmtaln on the Malahat, 
formerly cared for by the Rotary 
Club. 

The chairman commended the 
Provincial Government on Its plan 
to erect a miniature Indian vtUage 

Belleville Streets. 



'Itie .Salvation Army canteen ye,- 
tierday issued an appeal for furnish- 
ings for a room, required for the 
new matroji lerrntly appoiiiird for 
the three .serures <ahteeii f>n Hnmd 
Street Among the furnl.shlngs 
most urgently need ed are the fol- 
lowing: Chest of drawers, two small 
tables fwo romforiihlr rhairs a 
reading lamp. Ihere are also 
needed for the canteen a few more 
card tablea for games. 

The canteen is Increasingly pop- 
ular, and the entertainments are 



. riRE STOCK AT 
SALE PRICES 

$20,000 

Woollens, Novelties 
Blankets 

Treasure Trove 

909 GOVERNMENT ST. 



Fl^/A Tlie thrilling story of 
THEATRE the great lote that 
changed the ee ure s of 
empire U told in the Twent>th 
c:entury-Fox Uriumph, Lloyds of 
ly>ndon, " which ends todur at the 
Plasa Theatre, with H s J#in Qax- 
roU and 'nrrene Fower. hailed as (he 
screen s new sensational SWgHlMMts . 
in the romantic leadg;' — "7 | 




the sale started the dav befrn-e he [ 
left TiM-onto. and the officials of his 
bank had been surpnaed ^ the large 
number of appll'-ants anxlOUS to se- 
cure certificates. 

'1 expect and hope that the move- 
ment win be entirely suceessrul, the 
president stated. 

He commented on the report that 
Canada would buikl tank and air- 
plane' englnea snd remarked that it 

Ra\'' him m'jch ?atisfacMnn "Our 
people are Ju.st As well skilled as any. 
and we can build Wh ma'ehlneK 
equally as well as anybody in the 
wOMd," Mr. Fhlpps said. 

HAS SfSTEBS HBBB 

While here'mr. Phipiss will visit 
his two sisters who live In Victoria 
St IM.I FIford Street. Mrs W tL 
Proctor and Mi.v Victoria Phlppt. 

He will also visit .Sir Richard Lake, 
an old friend of his. As a boy In 
Orenfen. Sask.. the farm df hi% 
f;ither M,T r c K Phippj^. formerly 
of thf .'^-rnt.s Guards, was ckae to 
tiiat of .' ir Richard's fatbar, Oolonel 
P G. Lake. 

Bitering the service of the tmpe- 
■n' Rank in IWl at Brandon, Man... 
I : Phlppe has moved progressively 
■,'irniiRh every grade in attaining his 
;)resent eminent poaition. He was 
reneral Bsanacer for man]r years be- 
'ore ocrupytng the presidential 
hair At the turn of the century, 

wa.s manafiig gf fli 
B C . branch. 



RED CROSS 



GORGE INIT FETE 

In case OC rain, the Oorg^ Red 

Crofi.'^ Unit la^den party, arranged 
for thts afternoon, will be held in 
the .St Martin s-Ui-the-Fleld Hall, 
Obed Avenue, at.S o'clock. 



well patronized, with attendances 
running between I.V) and 300 The 
plng-tiong and shuffle-board ioiig., 
naments are aM very pdpliiar 
the men. 




with \ 

Dr. Chase's 
Kidney-Liver Pills 

One rvery weeir 



Vicar: We Intend having a Jumble 
sale In the parish hall This will 
give all the hou.«ewive» an opportu- 
nity of getting rid of thinss that 
are net worth keepinc and yet too 
good to throw awav And l)iril»'» 
do not orget to bring, your hiuhanrts 



SALT SPRING 

To help with Red Cross funds, the 
local unit at Ganges redelved 13137. 

the ofTertory taken at thr interces- 
sion service. he)d in the Mahon Hall. 
Oaages. on aimcjijr. May ag. 



"^JSr TORTURE 



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fVttertM r««4wat<*e #vev rtw 



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SHIP TRIP - SNORE TRIP 



You'll really go places on the Triangle 
Tour of Britwh Columhia First a '5r)0 mile 
•teamihip cruise through the funt, 
shdtered fjords of the Inside Pssssfi i* 
Prince Rupert. Then by rail to Jaeper* 
the new world Switsrrland where every- 
xhmg li more fun. The Continental Limited 
brtngi you hoac in aifcondiliened ktawrr 
pist n^ihty X4ounC Aebson. highest peak 
in the Canadian P.'-rV-e^ 2000 miles n( 
carefree travel on ship snd shore. 
Sidetnr Tip- See the O^bfs TceMd! 

CHAS. r. IkULt, WtUtm ra 
•II C«iwiwiiii Si.. 




Wit t rmtri. (bnt Ml 4kfl 
M Utpn ttri Lad|MMb 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., WEDNESDAY. JUNK 



P40 



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Thd Daily Coloimst 

■ - ■ • 

Tb* CoiflnM ' maUng and PuMMtN 



rtattng I 



iubterlpUon fUtM by OMv Owitart 

yearly IIJOO 

Monthly » 00 

Ail subacrlptloni payabit In advanoa Mail lubscrlbcn 
are requeat0d to mak« all remlttancea direct to The 

Dally CoionUt. 
•utaerlbm la ordarlnc dumm ol Mdraat atiould b« 
purHnilar to glvt both 6kA Mtf m« tAfitmm. 
Butaerttatlon IliHa tar Itell: 
To Canada. BrlUab Baplrt. , Dnltcd 8utM aad Mexico: 

Yeariy WOO 

Half-Vtarly » 00 

.^.^ .1.30 



$18 00 
1^ 



To All Otbar Countrlea: 



>7. Jma, 1. Vm 



BTABK KBALITIES 

t 

Oreat Brima saved the great bulk ol her man 
power In the Kxpedltionary Force by the evacua- 
tion via the port of Dunkerque, but shp lost 
heavily in material. The story of what happened 



Bo far aa gnvf r n>r)f n'al effort to stUl their artivl- 
tiea U concerned, there la a huah-huah policy. 
Mr. Ilaekemle King an4 his IflhlsUrs earry on 
the pollttefmirectlon of the Wai with a smug- 
ness, a complacency and an aloofness that argue 
a mlsconcepdon of a situation the fravlty of 
which was never paralellcd 

The conclusion that must be reached Is that 
the Prime Minister believes that he—and not the 
people— Is a law unto himself as to the nature 
of this Dominion's erfort In the War. In this 
determination he resta on tht ttvreli Of the 
▼letory hi secured at the polls, and Interprcus 
himself as the voice of Canada. He would almost 
appear to fall to realize that there has been 
an overwhelming change in the situation Ui 
Europe since hi.s battle of the ballots on March 
26, that the whole temper of the people of this 
country has undergone a revolution, and that 
thfy liow realize, as they never did in the opening 
months of the struggle, the gravity of immediately 
past and Impending events. Beckuse of the atti- 
tude of the Prime Mliii.'ster and his Cabinet col- 
leag ues, so dangerous to the prestige and fortunes 




of force, terror and couIiumr 
1 direet^ ^M^dHI « war. Tlwsi 

wortliy of separate fpLttlci as time 
and opportunity niHv .\fford. Mean 
while, young fella, know tbat we 
lived in stlrrinc days. " 



of the Dominion. It U clearly presaged by the 
march of evenUs that there siiould be a change 
in this country's political direction of the War. 
Mr. MackenUe King has failed In leadership in 

time (if crisi.s. and failed lamentably The most 
becommg episode of his pol tlcal Ufjp would be 



was told by Mr. Winston ChuiehlU yesterday. He . his leaving It. because ot hU tragic InabUlty to 



minimized neither the fent of jirms which made 
the evacuation possible nor the extent of the 
"colossal military disaster" whltih has overtaken 
the Allied Powers. Within a week 335.000 BritL-^h 
and French troops were carried In safety across 
the ChauneL. The Britisli -casualties on land 
since May KLwcre 30.000 Itllled. wounded and 
mis.<(lnK At .sea. during the progress of the evac- 
uation now completed, tTfe Royal Navy lost six 
destroyers a n^lwenty- three minor naval vessels. 
Becau.se of the character nf the evacuation, car- 
ried out hurriedly and subject all the time to 
Intensive aerial attack *nd attacks from motor 
bnat.s .TS well, with bombardment from the land, 
the B.E.F. had to abandon l.OOO guns and all its 
armored vehicles. It U the loss of this material 
that constitutes a heavy blow 

Mr. Winston Churchill told the House of Com- 
mons that all the Channel ports are now In the 
hands of tiie < nrniy aiul !if intimated that some 
npw tliruM. ritlier aKain.sl France or Great Britiiin, 
could be expected almost immediately. The Prime 
Minlater said the country li.id no mtenlion of 
nghtlng a defensive war. Preparations were in 



give Canada the inspiration of a great cause and 
the purpose and resolution which the people 
want translated Into action 



LETTERS TO A GBtAX-OBLAT- 
OBANMOif fi). 

' Young man. when the Lion has 
been blooded, he light*. In the 
Battle of riandcrs, the British and 
the French, the latter wlth~the 
irnacity of Verdun, fought so val- 
iHiuly iluvt totipUici Ihey turned 
what miShl liav« lieen a military 
disaster beyond repair into a Pyr- 
rhic victory for the enemy, a vic- 
tory punh;i..<d al to<i gi-eat a cost. 
I doubt not but that in voui liU- 
lory you wUl fUid it said that Cier- 
mai«r never recovered from the 
fiallle of Fland*r.i. At any rate, 1 
will make that a&fierlion now. 
• • • 



Ambulances Are 
Urgently ^et'dvd 



I m m 

SHOW PACES 




Tlie Canadian Red Ctok, an- 
nounoes that it has recei ved from 
British Red Oreae an urgent appeal 
for fifty ambulances. Three have 
already been donated 6y a mining 
man. who wlsbes to remain anony. 
mous. 

The Red Cross polnU out that 

this appeal provides an opiwrtunlly 
for Inciu iduaLs. bu.sUics.s houses and 
organizations who have expres:ed a 
desUre to do aomethlng to render 
, practical. Immediate assistance, 
are, at their base^ Ambulances required arc of a stand- 
ard military type, cast of cacli 
equipped vehicle bem^ about 13,070. 

Victoria Red droas headquarters 
wllMjrtwa to gi v e f urtl te f hi f o nna- 
tion to anyone telephoninp 0 3816 
O r call a t room 317 Belmont Build- 
uiT^ne need Is very turgent. 



N miL ISM IN PR ACTICE^ 



T 



.Th* Indiscriminate bombing of towns fifim a 
heipht of thirty thousand feet is not warfare, 
but murder. At that altitude no pretence what- 
ever can be made to aim bombs at military or 
other objectives It is extremely unlikely, what- 
ever the provocation, that the Allies will ever 
descend to such a practice. 

TakniK tlie recent German air raid on Paris as 
an example. Na;«i planes dumped their bombs 
Indiscriminately over airdromes and residential 
areas. Clo.scly-conKe.sted quarters of the French 
metropolis were struck, killing and injuring non- 
combatants, without any military result what- 
ever. Revised casualty li.sts brought the total 
of people .so injured to some 1.000 pcr.sons. 

iLi^ iiuiwii; an. tl'.at, m thii raid. German flyers 
remained at a li' ight of thirty thou.sand feet. 



through fear of anti-aircraft ttre and inter- 
progress for offensive action, but there was the (.pp^or fighters; and despite that lost seventeen 
lear realization arising out of what he said that i pigne,, ^ith crews that may have approximated 



it wo'.ild take some months to make good the 
losses that have been Inflicted on the Army In 
the Flanders campaign. More and more tanks, 
more and more guns, more and more airplanes 
are needed, and obviously, too. more and more 
men. for Great BrlUln Is calling up all the eon- 
acrlpts for her Army that .-^he can train. 

The Prime Mmister was unstinted m his prai.'-e 
of the work of the Royal Navy and the Royal Air 
Force during the evacuation, and he reminded 
Parliament of what sea power continues to mean 
U» the War. He paid a Just tribute, as well, to 
Lord Gort. the Commander-in-Chief of the Expe- 
ditionary Force, whose task is now to reform, 
reorganize and' Increase that force for future 
action. Mr. Churchill made it quite clear that a 
week ago he had expected to have to tell Parlia- 
ment much graver tidings. Then there seemed 
'to be nothing standing In the way of the British 
and French forces in Flanders suffering complete 
disaster. The danger of this was helghtsned by 
the surrender of King Leopold and the BelKian 



eighty flying personnel. The decision, to. loose 
bombs at random sets the German command in 
true perspective before the civilised world. This 
is nihilism hi practice. 



O LOVIL¥ ENGLAND 



O lovely England, whose ancient jpeace 
War .s wfy^ful dangers strain and fret. 

Be on tl^e memory of thy past 

Thy sure devotion set' 
Give still, true freedom to fulfill. 

Thy aU. without regret! 

Heed, through tlie troubles that benumb 

Those voice.< taint yet clear. 
Chanting Mi' ir deathles.s songs— teo oft 

To ears tliat would not hear; 
Urcin« thee, iolemn, sweet, to meet 

Ihy fate unmoved by fear. 

The foes of all they held moat dear 

Defy thee m thy enclrcllnB .seas, 
Summon to cause.',. eL<>e forlorn, 

Tlie cluldren at thy knee.s 
Oh. that their hcaru in days to come. 
May dream, unshamed. of the.se 

—Walter de la Mare. 



of life.— Biimey. 



Knowledge la leagued with the universe, and flndeth 
a friend in all things; but ignorance la everywhere a 
stranger— unwelcome. lU at ease, aad but of place. 

— Tupper. 



Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal con- 
cessions.— Dr. Johnson. 

The Weather 



Army Out of the darkness of threatened events 
there came the great feat of evacuation through 
Which S99,000 men were saved, men whose courage ' i-]^ ii:niicn<e of money on a man will be according 

they have passed tluough, burn as brightly as 
if they had Just won a smashing victory Instead 

of ."^ufferlnK defeat 

"We will never surrender. ' said the Prime 
Minister, speaking with the fullest 'confidence 
of the ultimate outcome "We will fight on. if 
necessary for years, and if necessary alone. He 
Is under no delusion about the aeriObsness of the 
situation, for he .says that wars are not won by 
evacuations. He sees dark and terrible days 
ahead, days calling for a tiremendous effort, for 
unexampled self-. sacrifice, riay.n of resolution, of 
courage and of Intensive work to enable this 
Empire to overUke the preponderance of military 
resources that Germany hM brought Int^ the 
theatre of war. 

The nature of the task that has to be comr 
pleUd U now laid bare In its entirety It will 
call for the harnessing and for the use of all 
the vast resources of the British Empire, for 
effort such as that Empire has never known 
before Mr ChurchlUs statement to Parliament 
has dealt with the stark realities of a situation 
that Is fraught with ever-lncrcaslng gravity 
The .speech of the Prime Mlnl.ster, wlUi its vivid 
language, showed beyond peradventure that the 
■ttnifttl* upon which the British peoples have 
cmbftrked to for all they have and are. 



"Big thlnpt.s 
.simple. t-'Mng the weapons of 
ina.'s.sed foive, t<»rror and ccnfu.slon 
with coiuiiderable skill, the Ger- 
mans drove a wedge between the 
main Allied armies in the nOrth 
and south Tliey turned, then. In 
an effort to defeat tJie armies of 
the, north in one. quick thrust 
through nandera. They were aided 
by the defection of Belgium, in the 
manner That your history wiii def.- 
Cribe. Such of the Belgians a.s were 
permitted to fight fought bravely; 
but the surrender of the main Bel- 
gian army of .'ome 300 000 men on 
the order of Kmg Leopold was to us 
a staggering blow. It meant that' 
the Allied Brml".< of the north were 
IsQlatfd^anji 1'^"' fight their way 
out. They did! 

• • • . 

"Young man, the three most dif- 
ficult Ihing.s in the whole field of 
military tactics are to meet massed 
assault combined with surprise, to 
fight a vtreat without rout, and to 
re-embark a field force at .sea under 
fire, in the face of the enomv. Yet 
these three thUigs the Allied armies 
did; and never mere brilliantly has 
such a combination of adverse clr- 
cum.«;tanr'>s iDeen met by men of 
flcsii .and bliKXI, Yon wiil lead how 

the AllK'^ formed a cOiTldor oT Steel, 
and witlidrew through- It several 
hundred thousand men You will 
read how two divisions under Gen- 
eral Rene Prioux formed a hollow 
square of tanks anci chopped their 
way out at night through tin- en- 
emy lines. You will read of unpar- 
alleled feats of bravery by sea. on 
land and In the air. You will read 
lidw t.he Battle of Flanders united 
Bntam and France into an indis- 
soluble unton. for victory. 

• • • 

"A little while ago I. called the 

Battle of Flanders a Pyrrhic vic- 
tory for the enemy. Permit me to 
sUte some reaaons. There are, as 
you well know, two sides to every 
fence On our side it is known that 
we lost 30,000 brave men. 700 planes. 
1.000 cannon, considerable motor 
transport, six destroyers, and a 
number of .smaller Incidental craft: 
together with human and materia! 
losses eh the part of ; France in- 
cluding seven destroyers. But on 
the other side, on the German side 
of the fence, the eiT-my lost in the 
neithborhood of 600,000 men 2.500 
planes and their multiple crews, 
three- fifths of LlT-lr first line tanks 
and armored car.s and what Is a 
great deal more iKniiicant. a dis- 
tinguishable part of their morale in 
the field. 



The Observation Car 



Victoria Drill Troupe Ready 
For Appearance at Port- 
land Rose Festival 



HolMsy TimrSooN 

Soon some f>000 school students 
will be singing. •'Hooray for you. 
hooray for me; new we lia\e our 
lib e rty. 'No more homework, no 
mor« books; no more teacher's 
dirtv looks' ... On Sunday 
afiernuon a bluecoat encountered 
four men in a Imed car proceeding 
akmg the one-way road oil Doug- 
las Street through Beacon Hill 
Park. He shouted at them to halt. 
Tljey merely grinned and waved. 
He hastily thrust a hand into his 
tunic and brought out a police 
whistle, and a couple of tweets 
brought the car to STtop. *Wnt 
yo\i see the f.\Kn'> Where is your 
cirufrs li(»'iirr" the coiu'.ablc 
the car P^KH. Tlw (uau 
merely turned on h& inf< ( ti(>u.^ 
grin again. "Driver's licence! Have 
you Kot a driver's Iteence?" the 
iifficrr thiinderrd The driver 
suddenly nodded his head and 
pulled out several square feet of 
paper bearing an offlc^-kwking 
/^eal and much writing in a foreign 
UuKuage A man In tJie rear .seat 
worked up a bit of coursRe and 
explalHfed in halting EngiLsh that 
they were visiting saUors.— G.B. 

Tidei M Victoria 



JUNE 

Time of tidfs rPactflc Standard Time), at 
Victoria. B C . for the month of Juaa. 1S4S: 

Time"H'i time H t Timi' H'tTlma ift 
Date^ H M Ft. H M. Ft H M . Ft. H M. Ft. 

1 . .17 0* "^.6; I :j»:'o 

2 . ; 1 2» 3.0' '1150 • ♦ 

3 ..i 7:54 2.4 ' ' 

4 . .1 0 12 8 .i S;23 18 • • 

5 . ; 0 3i 8 7( 8 iO 13 

« . I 0 59 8.81 8 35 0.9 II 46 7.5:20:30 7 4 



Mar.', wrek' of avldUOUS practice 
Hi rr,ici:i.< ' tiK'ir aTpearance at 
tlie I'.uilrtiK; Ros* Festival on 
Thursday, JYiday and Saturday we:e 
reflected in a remarkably smart per- 
formance given by the members of 
the VicU)riH Ciirl.^' Drill Team '-n 
the Chamber of commerce audi- 
torium on Monday night. 

In their colorful uniforms, the j 
(rtrls stirfWnt' rtff th^ii""paees weiei'e-T' 
an audience of parent', citv alder- | 
men and members of the Senior and | 
Junior Chambers of Commerce, In 
a final i«he«rart^«^4be many Intrl- j 
cat* drill movement."; and manoeu- 
vres that they will execute in the 
Oregon city. For over an hour thet' 
drilled, marched and formed dif- [ 
f^ruit patterns without a noticeable j 
mistake and .■showed them.'vlves i 
ready for the most mtlcal eyes. I 
,Aa chairman of tlie tourist trade | 
group of the Chamber of Com- 
merce. Prank Waring presided over 
the rehearsal display, with Warren 
W. Martin, chairman of the com- j 
mlttee of managers of Hie team, 
which performed under tiie direc- 
tion of Captain Norman Foster. 
TOVB ABBANOmiNTS 
Earlier In the day the committee 
completed arrangements for the 
appearance of the .spectacular 
troupe of thirty -two girls at the 
Portland Stadium on the occaskm 
of the till It y- second annual port- 
land Rose Festival 

The present arrangements of the 
group require their departure from 
Victoria today. Fsrmlng In front 
of the Chamber of Commerce bulld- 
inR at 3 pm the pni<; will march 
to the Parliam<"n' nuildmc:- giouiid^ 
where they^wIII demon.strate a tew 
f,f ;heir drills before the large f,n&i- 
onre expected to .veo them ofT 

A busy time is scheduled for the 
ti-oupe in PorUand. Starting from 
the time they arrive at 8 am. on 
Thursday, they will parade to the 
Cltv Hall, and there present fh" 
mayor, the City CouivcU, the county 
commissioners and representatives 
of the large Oregon newspapers with 
.samples of the Island strawberries. 
That evening a.s well as on the two 
successive- evenings, thry will give 
performances In the stadium, ^ng 
with other such widely knwvn 
trouf)e.i as the Sioux City Abu Bekr 
White Horse Patrol, the Seat'le 
police Marching Club, the Seat tie 
Drum CoHMk the Bothell Boys' Band 
and many other- 

DINNER A.ND BALL 
On Friday it Is expected that 
there will be sinnll wi.vh on the pa-t 



HELP 



June 10 to 17 



Between these dates you will be asked to give 
to the Salvation Army RciT Shield Campaign. 
This is your opportunity to do lowofhiw g for 
our boys at the Front. TIm turn asked ig 
$20,000; 60% is for canteen and other war 
services for Canada's fighting forces in Eng- 
land and France, 40% to enable the "Army" 
to centinut its woHt o« Hm Nomo FfONt 
The Salvation Army will make no further ap- 
peal to VictoriMM |||jg.yoa« OkCOpt for£hriit- 
mat hampers. 

You Ask. "Ought I to Give?" We 
Reply, -ASK ANY VETERAN." 



THE RED SHIELD WAR AND 

HOME SERVICE CAMPAIGN 
JUNE 10-17 

a. B. CAMVBSU. I«eal «kaie«eii 

t 

Campaign Headquarters: 1205 Govtmmtnt St - Phone 6 1121 




MeteoroloRir^l omce. Victoria, B.Cm tt 7:00. jpm., 
Tueaday. June 4. 1940. 

8YNOPiBI8 OP WBATRKR CONOITIOK8 

Pre.s.'-ure remains abnormally high from Queen 
Charlotte Islands southward and low over the Rocky 
Mountain Slate.v Tiic wraihrr ha.^ been mostly fair 
and ro-il on ihe Hrltl.sh Columbia Coa.'st. with light 
showers m lli" Southern Interior 

It ha.s been fair and moderately warm in the 
PraUle Provinces. 

PRECIPrrATlON AND TEMPERATURES 
• Precipitation tor twelve hours to 5:C0 p.m.; tempera- 
tures lor twent rMtn hours.) 

Precipitation Mln 
50 



Th« lim» Uffd n Pacirtc St»n<1»r(l for tht 
until Mrrididi *r5t it i< founled from 
I n to 24 liour«. from mldnliht to mldntcht. 
The flaum for hfi«ht irrst to dlntlntuUh 
ht(h it»ler from low wtirr Whrrr bUnlti 
occur lr> the Uble. th» tid» risrs or ftlh 
eonttnuouMy durln« I wo succmjIv* HaST 
prrle<]» without turnlnc. 

To find tb« 4»yth cf «r»t*r on tht illl at 
the lnqutaaU DrrSwk at aar uSt. add 30 
frrt to tb« haialiii •( Mfl> watw u ibove 
■ivcn. ■ - 



Victoria 

Nanalmo 

Vancouver .-- 

KnniloopK . 
Prinee Oeorce 
F.vievHii Point 
Priiioe Rupert 

Langara 

Ailln 
, l);i A,s()ll 



Spokane . 

Pentirton 
Vernon 



The Oovcrnmenl of Canada is not yet awak- 13^^,1;^. 
ened to the despertte elutnieter of the War in Portund .. . 
which the Empire is engaged Mr Mackenzie San Prancisco 
Klnf. in announcing that recruiting would be 
undertaken for the Army »nd the Air Force, said : 
"These are emergency mra."!ure.s d'«siRned X-o meet ' Ko.mnn — 
the rritiral .situation which has developed sud- | uraiui Forli.s ... 
dcniy m Europe in the part fortnl|hf Pwpl« ] JJJ , 
throughout the Dominion are n.sklng wljy re-' 
crultlng was ever suspended since Mptember 
why it has only been carried on spasmodl 



.03 
03 

.13 



• tr 



.14 
33 



Cranbrook .... 
Calgary 
EJdmonton 
Swilt -Gurfgpl 
Regtna 



.02 



1!iny eter since the outbrcaR of the War. and ^ 
why there has been political pursuance of only ■ i>rtnce Albert 
limited effort as this country's contribution to 'Winnipeg ... 
the itrufgle. The Prime Minister says that the j Moi^ay— 
rfcniiting now to be undertaken Is an "emergency i qJJJ^JJ, .... ... 

measure decreed by the events in Flanders j saint John 



FloMa, »nd yet. since Parliament a.s.sembled. no 
Inspired call for more ahd more man power has 
come out of Ottawa. Even the "corporal s guard" 
of Vetertnt of the last war to be assembled for 
home defence is only n"^^' being recruited. 

There are some mfluencea at work at OtUwa 
"Oiat SiflH be emrdaod It- this couutry^ 4e^ ever 



Halilak 



48 

47 
61 
4& 
40 

43 
43 
33 
50 
51 
4ft 
53 
48 
48 
48 
4T 
48 
4(1 
40 
37 
39 
39 
49 
41 
46 
41 

M 
i% 
40 



Max. 
ff4 
64 
64 

70' 
63 

58 
59 

.')') 
49 
fil 
fi.5 
66 
10 
73 



Sunrise and Sunset 



.IV sr. 

TimM of 'Sunnie •nd aun»«t <F«cmc 
Standard Time), at Victoria, BC . tor the 
Montti of Jun», »«<: 

a«n~ ihirn Bun- 
Data tttt wt I Dot* r i» wl 

20 1^ 



TUi£SDAY 



Minimum 
Maximum 
Averafe . 

Minimum on the grass 



77 
73 
63 

70 
68 
69 
73 

TO 

•9 

87 
64 

TO 

.50 
64 

5J 
40 



"Up to thus time u had not been 
proved conclu-sively whether or not 
naval ships of small tonnace could 
guard, their head and do their work 
In the face of concentrated air at- 
tack. In&lgnificant naval \obi.es at 
- -Dunkerque. parUy by shore fire, 
durinc an extended evacuation set- 
tled that question in our favor. Up 
to this time. too. a major !as.-le be- 
tween the Allied air forces ami that 
of the enemy, where both were go- 
ing all out, had not taken place. 
In that te.«;t the AUletl air force not 
only dlstinguL-^ed themselves, but 
also took a four-to-one toll of tlte 
•rneniy Up to thla time, moreover. 
It W.T-s not decided hOw the Allied 
armies 'would shape up again.:t tlie 
new German panaer corps, flame 
throwers, and a-ssorted attacks | 
where plnn^.s were u.M*d a.s mobile j 
! arullery The loss by the enemy of 
600.000 men is a conclusive awiwer I 
• • • 
Young man. the Battle of PUn- 
ders wa.s designed to split the Brlt- 
l.vh and French forces in the field: 
and to annihilate the British ex- 
peditionary force, toffether with 
three Fr^ni h armv ^orp.^ in the 
north. UcApite material gaiivs in 
territory and a new northern front 

in FraiKe. It slgnaUy faUed. The LONDON. June * — Prime 
Allied northern armies have been 1 Minister Churchill revealed in the 

.•saved virtually Intarl Tlirlr mor- nou.-e of Common.'; today that the 
ale has been demonstrated as con- fir;or son of Sir Andrew Rae Dun- 
iilderably auperlor to that of the >an. president of the Board of Trade 



i!?? 51 IS" S'lM? I'llil VAoi the girls to do any extra walking : 

when they will have marched some 

seven and a half mUes in the day s j 
parade, and then paraded over two | 

mile.s back to the hotel when th" 1 
procession duband.s al its terminu; j 
The entire troupe has been Invi'ea 
to be guest^s at the Queen's dinner 
and ball on Ssturday night, when 
the Portland nuthoniirs will provide 
escorts the young ladles in the 
party. ^ 

No lettti 10 tnt tauof o« mM(fi»0 

asctpl o»«i iba propai iifnaiura aad 
adSrow ol tao wnvu. TbU riilo oaaita 
of 00 tactptiM >(• l«ti«r alieuM t«c«*d 
500 word* In Irnitli 



J 34 8 0 11 21 1 0 20^^ ISliAi 7.4 

.1 3 If 7 •11:03 ■ l.i 2« 40 7 9 

. 1 0& • ■( 4:ia 13 13 44 3. S 31 05 10 

.; 3 31 f.ll S;IS •.4'11:3« 3.0 31:2> I t 

,.|3 4S M 7 H ».«i|4:tl 4.031:»0 «4 

,.< 4 33 4 3 10 30 S.»IM:M S.0!23 17 8 ^ 

. 1 J 45 3 3.. : '33 41 « « 

< 30 3 3 ^lilJ. • 0 

T 15 15 " « »2 

• 7 )5 0 9 17 M 7 .".'H 17 7 4 

0 17 » 1 § T. 0 .'' n 4!> 7 7 :n 1 s 7 ^ 

n ,0 9 1 9 U 0 . U 2J 7 9 21 10 7 5 

; 1 27 » '»' » 55 0 7 11 55 7.9 33 O.V IJ 4 

. I 1 59 « 4 10 30 1.1 1» 35 7* 33 10 7 3 

..I 3 33 «.0 11:1(1 1 7 20 00 8 0 

I 0 30 7 Ol S:0» 7 1 II 4S 3 4 30 20 BO 

I .1 13 30 J 1 30 45 8 0 

'. i ' . I <11:M 3.831:08 8 0 

18 33 S i! 7:10 8.3II3:N 4.5 31 30 8 1 

..15 34 4.8 10:30 l.0 1t:a 4.131.51 8 1 

..I 8 07 4 0 ....... J 32 12 8 3 

I 8 37 3 4 23 35 8 4 



KNAPSACKS 

Of alroM hbaM dock. thrM tMclooa »o«ht*a. ■enato* iMthar 

ihO^iOr airapl ind •turd. mr(.il hurklm. Barraln prirr 



1 



25 



"THE WAREHOUSE" 

I4SS DoMiai St. • Whera Val.a 0.t Ita Naaaa- iiu «.»efn»t»it %i 



4 l« 16 87 

4:11 20:«S 

4 15 3b 0* 

4 14 20 10 

4 II 30 in 

4 13 30 II 

4 13 30 13 

4 12 2fl 13 

4 II 20 14 

4 11 :!0 14 I }A 

4 11 20 15 I 38 

4 11 20 15 37 

4 11 20 18 I 38 

4 11 30 17 I 38 

4 10 30:11 I 30 



Tir 

I 17 
18 
14 
JO 
.'I 
23 
33 
34 



1 ... 
3 ... 

3 ... 

4 .. 

5 . . 
•8 .. 

7 .. 
■ .. 

8 .. 

10 .. 

11 .. 

■a .. 

13 .. 

14 

n 

Mrlrorntdtleal OfTICt. OORtatOt- SMSltta 

victoria B C ' - 



4 II 

4 10 30 17 

4 11 20 1* 

4 n 30 18 

4 11 SA 19 

4 II 30 19 

4 11 30 14 

4 It :0 19 

4:11 30 19 

4-13 30 19 

4 13 30 I » 

4 13 ?n !'» 

4 13 20 19 

4:M M:l« 

4 14 te n 



LOSES ELDER SON 



en-my; and they have been welded 
together as nothing el.«# could pos- 
.slbly have accompll-Miecl "Ihc Bat- 
tie of Flanders. In short. wa» so 
UttW of a victory for the enemy, 



has been killed In action. -Me wa.<< 
Second Lieutenant G4>orge Rae Dun- 
can of the Oxford and Bucklngham- 
ahlre Light Infantry. Sir Andrew 
waa chairman of the lUnral Com- 



WITU Tilt MINE SWEEPERS 
Sir.— In ITie Times today i l ues- 
day, June 4», are a lew note* taken 
ficm my diary. rccordUig experi- 
ences with the mine sweepers oil the 
Flanders coa.st diu-ing the laat war. 
I .should like to make a little cor- 
rection to The Tlmea report. That, 
whUxt I commanded a niunber of 
mine .sweeping flotillas; on the oeca- 
.slon mentioned. tuHi i.s, r:irly in 
September. 1915. I was in tonanand 
of the Ravenswood. 

Commander Ripg Tl N . com- 
manded the flotilUt named in the 
report at tiiat time 

It Is interestmg to note Uiat Com- 
mander C. H. R. Sllngsby. RJ*.. of 
O.ik Bay. .shortly after Joined the 
flotilla as ccmmander of the Ra- 
venswood and ultimately became 
'commander of the flotilla. 

Vessels of the Brighton Queen 
Raven, wood type, although al limes 
very awkward to handle, proved 
themselves' to be wonderfully cffl 
client for mine sweeping, tiiey were 
speedy, had a light draught, gener 
ally armed with two six-pound 
quickflrers and carried a crew of 
about fifty officers and men. t 

W ELLIS 
Beach Drive, Oak Bay, BC, June 
4, IMO. 



need in war-torn Europe "at half 

the market price" Tlierc are 
thousands of refugees m England 
uiday who will need to be fed from 
our "akiovc-market -price ' wheat 

We in Canada apparently believe 
that the time to drive a liard bar- 
gain is when our defenders have 
fallen among thieves. This Good 
Samaritan ytuni of blndinK up 
wounds', pouring in oil and wuie 
and caring for the atrlcken one 
seems to be ju.st hunk. The German 
method un a modified Jorm) ap- 
i)ears to be.preferred. 

DAVID ORIEVE TUCKWELL _ 
1175 Yates Street, Victoria, BC. 
June 1. IMO. 




PEN REPAIRS 



Quick ■»rTie*. modarot* 
chorqas. Sria« II Ml Of 
mail It. DIaMtMII 
D*al«r«. 

DIGGON'S 

Si. • victoria. SC. 



Underwriters 
Hear Address 
By President 

Following an afternoon golf tour- 
nament \e.sterdaN. members of the 
Victoria and r.land Life Uiifl'. 
writers Association were addressed 
by their Dominion president. M. L. 

McPhail, C L U Saint John N n it 
a dinner meeting held in the cib 
house of the Royal Colwopd Golf 
Club. 



Thlriy-bdd local underwriters 
were present to hear Mr Mcrhaii, 
who le en a ooa>l*to-coast presi- 
dential tour visiting tmderwritcrs la 
various Canadian cities. J. HTCroft, 
local president, wa.s In the chair 

Mr, McPhail, who is provincial 
manager fer.tue Imperial Life_As- 
- nrnnce Company, wi th headgu aT 
tz-rsat .Saint John, gave an imoi 
talk on what life Ui.- in ance means 
In the fmancial, aocial and educa-, 
tional tffe of Canada. 

He pointed out where the under- 
writer fiUs into this picture, and 
discussed what underwriter avsorui- 
tiona across thc counuy are doing 
to help the agent fit hlnaelf to five 
his policyholders and the puMle la* 
crcssingly better aervlce 
! Mr. McPhail left on \Uf n)U\i>;j.ui 
boat last night with Mrs. McPhail 
on their return to the Bast. 



Trying patient— Oh. Doctor, X 
often feel like killing myself. What 
•hall I do? 

Doctor— Leave it to me, madam. 

■MSm 




tha| n will -in the long run cost ; piisaiflgy which fourteen years .aga 
Germany war. 1 here remain 1 irveHtlgated the grievances ot th. 
some useful lessons as to the use I Maritime ^roviBees. \ 



Weather, fair: sunshine. June 1. 1 hrs.. 4t mtns. 
S:M PJM. WEATHER REPORTS 



f/. nlav its full part in the War The Government 1 victoria— Baroneter. 30.12; wUid. 8W . 27 miles, fair. 

refuse to face the stark reallUes ! Vancouv«r-lan«iet.r. 10.11: wind, 8W., ft miles; 



FIFTY YEARS AGa-TODAY 



•From The Pally Colonist of June 5 liiO > 

Business Booming— Not only building, but all other brandies 
4- Crtllnt for lumber, are as brisk as can be desired Tlie demand s 
BO heavy as to'ux the mills very closely and evep with night and 
day work, the call is searoely met. Lumbermen say It gives them 
a comfortable feeling to fee (he ^unlB» «Bd bear the 
humming at ntght. - 



continues to .v — cioudv 

of the eltnaUon. and aU l/hai done, up to r Kamio^WBarometer. 3000: wbid. NW.. II mllee: 

hns been In the nature/if a qualif^od response j 

to the pTeasure of pubUc opinion Leadctilnp at. Grand i-"ork.r ni4M>mr ei 39 sfi wind. E. 10 mlfea: 
the ei«»lUl f« the lelt nine monthi haa been j cloudy^ Q^org. Barometer 29»s wind. 8W, 10 
CKmpleuous by its absence There have been | ^.^J^'^ioS^''^ 

volumes of word* emanaUng from Ottawa in- j pruice Rupert-Barometer. 30.30: calm: cloudy, 
stead ol column* of mm and an unendlni itream • Ungara— BamaMlw. ».!•; win*, IW^ W Lmfl eet 



of •Mtlttona of war of all kinds Tlie country 
-la t.rtfllnf with the problem of enemy aUens. It 
would appear as If there wer* eiiBe fuardlaa 
RBf^ that tolerates their nefarious potentlaU- 
tMa. Rod. as to public enemies of other kinfU, 
tMy are allowed to flouriih at wUl an d prcRCh 



clo u dy.^^ P iTlr*— ^ 

mllea; clear. 

Tatooah-Baromet*'. 30 JO: wind. iW.. $ miles; clear 
Pprtland-Baiometer. 30.11: wind. W, io mlleS; 

cioudv . * . ^ 

Seattle Barometer 30.14: wind. NE . 6 mllea: Cloudy. 
San Pranoisco- Barometer, 30.tl; wind, SW., It 



•Planta-Gorden Wedding— At Nanalmo on Tuesday morning, 
Mr. A. B nanu and Mlaa Gordon, daughter of Mr. D. W Gordon. 
M P., were united in the holjLJlOnda of matrlhiony Ui St. Paol'a 
Church. The marrtage waa a private one. only the relatt vea e l Ihe 

voung couple being present. After the ceremony had been per- 
lormed by Rev. J. P Good, the poullea adjourned to the late heme 
of the bride and partook of a wedding breakfast after which they 
left by the steamer Dunamuir for Vancouver, en route to the 
where they intend 



_ \ 

KniKht.« of Pythlaa— Refular drill of VMorla dIvlsleR U.ltk. 

of P wa.s held in Conlln> Hall laM evSttlnt. there being a good 
turnout of uniformed .Sir Knights After the drtll CapteIn Behnaen. 
with nbnur tx-en'v of the rank and file took pa.wage on the Van- 
couver boat en route to New Wcatminstsr, whert they wUl instttute 



"WELL ABOVE MARKET PRICE" 

Slf.^-^rbe ihflOUSUIiMmt over the 
radio broadcast the other day to 
the effect that the Motherland, 
whoac herni. vuls are putting up 
such a desperate struggle against 
(he barbarous enemies of civUisai- 
tion. has been "sold 50.000.000 
bu<he,s of wheat from Canada, 
n; Afll above the market price," 
inspires the query w»]«tn$r ,our 
prceent Dominion Minister of Agri- 
culture from .Saskatchewan Is quite 
the right and proper person to hold 
that reaponaible poMtion at this 
critical period in the Empire's his- 
tory. He U the man who elaborated 
the theory that Canada should 
adopt a betwixt and between. ' in 
other words a half-way 'or half- 
hearted > support of the Mother 
Country In this grim struggle. 

May I be permitted to draw a con- 
trast to this Shylock policy of charg- 
Inf land hibttantly beaallnc of the 
charge) above the market pfM fOT 
our wheat as gathered from a news 
Item in The Colonut that the Am- 
erican Red Cross had been recenUy 
supplied with aeveral mtttteD poa n i l s 
of wheat commeal and-.naany othef 
products for the reuef of thofe m 



stateipent that the hl^h tri 
iMte wlnneter the held^ 



There are times when the declarer 

.'hould pay no attention to the fact 
that- there is one outAtandlng hieh 
trump In a defender's posses-sion It 
may well be that the declarer can 
go merrily about his business of run- 
ninff off Aide suit cards with the 

tr ump can 
^iObaes. 

At Other times, however, it Is vital 
to force a defender to take his high 
I trump, not when he want/, to. but 
when the declarer wants him to The 
disunctlon 1% worth studying. 
.South dealer 
Both sldea vulnerable. 

NORTH 

a 10 s 
V 9 1 3 

• e A K Q 10 4 

♦ J 43 

WEST EAST 
47S ,v aJ984 

K Q J a V 10 7 « 

7 6 S 3 3 « 9 

10 t ♦ K q • S 2 

, BOXJTH- 

♦ A K4S1 • 

♦ A » 4 - 

♦ it 
« A 1 1 

The bidding :'' 

South 'West North 

1 * Pasa 8 • 

3 a Pass 4 * 
Pass Pass 

West opened the heart king, and 

J dedaiV'veR'Wllli the aea, Va ttan 



♦ 



4ook three roundl of trumps and. 

wlirn ihev fal>d to break, made a 

wild i i. li for di.icards on dummy's 
(ll'aiii' n'l : ill. He rx^y^ 'f 'i 10 du?- 

card one heart on the third round, 
and one on the fdorth. even though 
Ea.t should trump. If that plan 
were to .sut reed he would lose only 

two clubfi*and the high' 
rrrkoned bartlv however 

Ea-'.t had a diffn'-i.t theory about 
the matter. He c^.d iix-.r rujr'd 
the second lead of diamonds, but 
this wooM have been a bad play. He 
watted until he could be fairly sure 
that th" declarers diamond com- 
munication cards were exhausted, 
and ruffed the third round. Thiseoet 
the defenders a IMffc, M aa 
portant one, and waa-4ngtli-Jritfl|i-^ 
aa insursnoe. 

Declarer got rM of only om hmi 

and fkUH had u» lo.-^- the two dutiS. 
in addition to the tiiga trump and 
the heart that he had left. 
The hand w«#, an elementary one, 

"and there waa no excuse for any 
player past the novice stage to go 
wrong After seeing that the Uumps 
did not break declarer aheuld have 
led a fourth round 10 injure that tha 
high trump, which might easily m- 

IterferowlOi the nmnlat o< the dia- 
mond !suit. waa taken at a stage' 
convenient to himaelf The enemy 
could have caahed two hearts in ad- 
dition to the high ipade. but could 
not tevt lalWB aa|r oUmi titcL 





RAILWAY SELLS 
LAKES 




Rates Lowered Between Is- 
—land Points for Coming 
Week -End Period 



Vftaeouvwr Iilatfd to %i tu be.it 
jUCt now. From Victoria a» far a.s 
vmllwayt and highwaya ext^n^^ iU 
leveltaMB It easily available to resi- 
dents EA well ail visitor.s Sefinf; it 
from a train wmdow hB.s advan- 
tacas, and with the bargain travel 
r»t«t which Uia Bigiilmtirr Al l^a- 




Banff and Lake Louise 
iUI-ExpMM lMrt-$90 

(VX) miirs nf mountun (nn<lcur 
rhe \ikv>i , rtin J flf dU ' CotKtia n 
P'xkifi Ymi will enjpjr ewy breath 
: mountain iir ■ e w r y Boacnt ot 
.tijfc't thnlU. The tour coMtau o* 
to dtyi at Banff — two day* it 
' *kt LouiK. plvH one day optional 
v: Banff or Lake Louite and one day 
it Emrrild Likt 176 milm ft 
motofing through ilpint ({i*ndi-ur 
Tour includf* hotel »>.i'.mrn<)J.iiir>ii 
and meal* -add aprcul rrdiKr I 
•ummer rail fare from vixir citv to 
BWiff or Pifld. Tourt ol 2. J ir.d 4 
days are alan avai Ir. 

' -c yOMr local travel jgenr or write 
GENERAL AGENT, 
VICTOHIA, IC. 



nairao Railway odera at intervals 
the cost of an cver-reraiodwred 
holiday la very little. 
R>r Friday and Saturday of thli 

week, June 7 and 8, the E. St N 
la offering attractive trips between 
Victoria, Courtenay t u t F o rt Al- 
bernL Purchasem of tickets can 
visit any place reached by the sys- 
tem to the north,' which rf^ldents 
of tUe West Coait and Upper Island 
haf« the- prlTllete of buying aouth- 
bound and lnter-.statlt>ri tran. porta- 
tlon. The tickets are good up to 
and including Tuesday. June II. 
C;i LF ISLAND.S 
£vary Wedue^day during the 
Sprint «hd Summer months, Van- 
couver Island Coach lines and the 
Gulf Lilands Ferry Company com- 
bine to provide a memorable trip 
through the Uulf Islands. Today's 
oonTbiniatlon outtng l^cltKies a' coach 
rkie through the Saanlch I^eninsula 
to Swartz Bay, where excursionists 
Will tx)aif1 the M.S Cy I'eck for t4ie 
water cruise. Today the Cy Pecli 
will vlait Port Washington, Oangts 
Harbor, Oallano Lsland and Mayne 
I. land. Coaches leave the Broughton 
.Street depot at 8 a.m., connecting 
with the salUng of the Cy Peck at 
10 a-m. 

YACHT VISITOR 

The yacht Taoonite. with her 
owner. W. I. Boeing, of the Boeing 

Aircraft Company. .Seattle, anchored 
off Llir Royal Victoria Yacht Club 
this morniiig. The Taronit<> came 
acrota the Strait from Port Angelas 
and will continue a crulae through 
the Oulf I;l:inds before returning 
to her home port. 



No.l 12Army Co-operation Squadron Officers 



PILOT STRAFES 
NAIMFIELD 

French FJyer, Confident of 
Fighter Plane, Attacks 
Nest of Machines 




L 




HOW MUCH? 



Smt k«w math alU It 
real b%t bow aiurh raa 

«r do l<> rmiorr •ridnsl 
br«il> •nd >l>lr 1 ou II 
nnrr know nil <ou irr 



New Method 



PARIS. June 4 — The story ol i 
a- French pilot so confident at the 
jpowers of his Cuitibs plane that he , ^ , ..... •..i^ 

attacked a Oerman airfield slngte- •rmlstlee of forty, 

handed was brought back from Hie , 

front tonight by war correspondent."! 1 MISlCEY IB^CKKASES 

Tlie pilot. chasiiiR a Me.vser*chiiiiti "M. Favic h.i.s .sen (\niiU Bi.s- 
110 after a dogfight, wwJt lapd onlnutrck. The arrajigcmciu of t*rma 
a carefully -oamouflaged field, the | will take time. The French d«- 
corre.'pondent.s related The Cor- "innds are far too larjje Ration! 
mans seeing one of their planes iof meat now amount to one- 
r«ady to land asfiumed'the squadron j«wcii;.v-s.'\rnili pound p. i !>.!ult 
was returnlnK and Rave no alarm <1'Ul.v. Miicry among tiie poorer 

The Frt'iichman. obsrrvuiK twomy 
planes on the field -IncludinR a bi^' 



No. 112 (City of Winnipeg) Army Co-operation Squadron has arrived in England. Eight provinces of the Dominion and twenty otus or towns 
are reprcsen^d by theae thir^.oa« offictrt. Five are from Winaipni'-^three from Regina, three from Toronto, two from Edmonton, two from 
' Saskatoon, two from Montrial. and en* each from Victoria, Lloydminater, Penticton, Brandon. London. Oshaw a. Trenton, Prtscott, pttavva. Corn- 
wall, QiMboc, Meoftoa. HaHfax. and Canto. Th« Victoria member of the aquadron it Flymg Officer E. L. Musfrave, who is fifth from the 
■ left In the back row. 



ChtfiMt. 



preliminary training, advanced 
ooursea having bfcn arranged ai 
prairie points and the latt. 

Cliiirchill Uarlnfr, 
Free of lee. Sets 
AU-Titnp, Rwmd 




DEATH 
VETERAN SEALER 



ADMIRALTY ANNOUNCES 
LIST OF DEATHS WHEN 
CRUISER CURLEW SANK 



Captain "Paddy" Martin Amvpcl in 

Victoria From Newfoundland 
Neariy TOlf fMII Af* 



LOW 

RAIL FARES 

KING'S 
BIRTHDAY 

THURSDAY. JUNK 13 
Btfwtan all Station* in Canada 



ONE-WAY FARE 
and ONE- QUARTER 
FOR ROUND TRIP 

(MlnlNMim Para SSc) . 



GOING t ilUNK il to t.PM. 

JUNE 13. 
(faMpt M M TrslM Jeaa 12 will N Mid 

feriane 11) , 
RITURNi l-v. destination until j. 

FRIDAY, JUNE 14. 
(laciM N se Traia June 14 taH «• 
Int avaNsMa Train) 

Wtl|.4Air 



BY MjDSIJMMER 

Mainland Aero Club About 
Ready to Begin Pilot 
Training 



VANOOUVBR, June 4 (CW.— Prt- 

llnunarv training for Royal Cana- 
dian Air Force pilots under tire Em- 
pire training plan will be in full 
swing here by Midsummer, Leslie J 
Martin president of the Aero Club 
of nnti-sh Coliimbi;i . aKl today ut)on 
hli arrival from Ottawa. 

Mr. Martin, who returned from 
conferences with Government and 
R,C A P offlf ial.s. said that coT«tnir- j 
tlr>ii n; •4\ou tjiiildmgs which will' 
comprLse lieadquarters for Vnncou- 
vers' part in the training scheme. 
wUl bef in at the City Airport next 
we«k. 

"Hie Aero Club will mlmiiusirr the 
entire trainings he raid, and will 
provide a penM>nn<el of 100. Includ- 
ing fifteen to twenty Instnir tor?; 
nearly twenty-five air ehginwrs. and 
a .stnff to talMr 'care of meu and 
quarters. 

"I received splendkl eo-operatlon 

from the Oo-.^rnment."* said Mr. 
Martin 'All dep«rtments were 
most : • ' • K< ' ' li*" ' riiiiiniK 
plan under way at once, and there 
was no question of red tape or any- 

thiiic nf that .';nrt " 

He said that ln.structors at the 
Aoro Club will be sent to Tl«nt«n 
for rjifresher courses. 

Hie eluB expects its first shipmf nt 
of trninlng planes from the East 
shorth . and a staff is bemn gBthrred 
to TiA ico thoni 

T in Arro Club -A ill ,>i'i ':>■ 'Mil^ 



CHURCHILL, Man.. June 4 (CP) — 
An all-time record for earlv break- 
up was esubllahcd here today when 
the ice went out of the harbor. 

Thus 1, earlier bv ,sr\rn da\.s than 
the previous record .s< t la.sl \ear 

Boats may now be anchored, at th^ 

dork of the NortOern teaport with- 
out ice mterferencc. Churchill River 
ia running free to the aea. 

SAFETY RECORD 
IS ORATIFYINO 

No Passenger Iniiired or 
Plane Damaged on Trans- 
Canada Air Lines 



Obituary 



i.T BRtNTWOOn 
t DO » m. 

10 M a m. 

1 1 oe a.ai. 
17 oe neon 

• 00 p m. 
1 no p m. 
4 00 p.m. 

-•^ 00 



I y 



MILL 
BAY 
FERRY 

BAnf 



Mill B*T 

T .10 » m 

10 10 1 m. 

1 1 SO B m. 

[ 12 30 p m. 

3 10 p tn 
1 10 II m 

4 30 p m. 
B 30 p.m. 



•EAVIR K}INT 

fOKT WASHINGTON 

GANGFS HARBOR 
MAYNE ISLAND . 
6ALIAN0 ISLANO .. 

7 




Citra oa amdari On It 
•:00 p m. . « 10 p.m 



GULF ISLANDS 
CRUISE 

W«cln«Sllay, June 12 




Enjoy « dtltqhrfMl cruiM throHtK the GnH UUndi, ste 
• t rtifl following ports of csIL 

*74 heart' rt o pefw 

'6*2 koari' tfopovtr 
"P-i hovri' itopevfr 
4.|to(ir tlopevtf 
*44 Itoan' iteaever 

«bo«rj siita 



•ptionil. P«iicng«r« may rfmjin 
and fonfinu* t'yii* to Ga.'uno lilind 

Laacll and To« svsiUble st any of tht porti of call, or pkntc 
laacfcee aie^r ka , t^kaa. 

Uavt Depot at 9 a m. Ftrrf Uairtt Swartt lav •> 

10 a m ArriTt..htciL> Victoria about 7;30 p.m. 



RETURN FARES 



•1.25 



Fay^Oalf 



DAILY SAILINGS 

DAILY EXCEPT WEDNESDAYS 
Fulfo-d H.,b» Lt.SvailA.io 



t 15 AM. 
10 15 AM. 

1K» P.M. 
:4S 



WEDNISOAYS ONLY 



rm A M. 

11 15 AM. 
5:00 P>4. 



IMS Ail 



Nr fmUm lafanwrtien aod Motor Coack 

inn • 11171 



cuiF ISLANDS riMiY ca 

ilNITtO 



OOTAWA June 4 (CP) Trana- 
Cana<ta Air Linen will .show a sub- 
stantial profit thLs year a.s com- 
pared With a deficit pf about 
$400,000 list year, Hon. C. D. HOwe. 
Traatport Minister, told the Houae 
today 

Since regular schedule passenger 
fUghU started April 1. 1939, no pas- 
senger has been Injtuvd and no 

marhin* ."^wlously damaged, the| 
mmister .^ald. I 

The Hoasr pR.<sed a bill extending | 
for one .\ear tJie "initial period ' 
after which coat of carrying mails J 
would be fixed. 

Mr. Howe said it would be neces- 
sary to increa.se the mail-carrying 
rate if \Xi9 wa.s ir^rd a.s a fijiical' 
\rflr whorra.s by USlUK 1940 It 
wnuld br pas.'^lble to Strike a lower 
rale The— fate !.«; now .<ixty' ccrit.'s , 
per nule per plane load, which ha.s 
a maximum of about one ton For; 
1939 the cost would be about seventy 
cents a mile. 



WHITEHORSE, Y T , June 4 <CP) 
— Capt. Patricia Martin, veteran 

skipfier of the British Columbia pavma.ster Sub-Lleut. D H Jaclc- 
Ooast and Yukon waters, died here ' Temporary l'ayma.ster Lieut 
todajr. He was seventy -seven. j^. l. Merry, RN V.R . .xiid Pay- 

A native of Newfoundland, Cap- < master Commander William Yates, 
tain MarUn .settled In British Co- 
Uiiiibia more than forty-five years 
ago. He was active in the .sealing 
bwdneas. operating out of Victoria 
iiiiMl 1898. when he sailed the 
.steamer Canadian from the British 
Columbia capital north to White- 
horse. 

He later retired from the sea to 
open a general merchandiae store 

here. 

Wilfred 8. Martin. K.C., Niagara 
Falls, Ont., is a son. 
, Captain .Martin was a member 
of the Yukon Council for a number 
ol yfjars, representing 
Yukon. 

In addition to hus .son. he is sur 
vlved by his wife and three daugh' 

tei.s 

Interment will be at Victoria. 



The following w?re the jialUjearei.- 
P. R. Exham. A. W. Aviarri, 
bald A. Watt. W. L. UeweUyn. J. £. 
Coxworth and Ed Vamey. The re- 

maiixs wrr*' laid at rr.st m tl:r family 
plot in Royal Oali Burial Park. 
Ha: 

was In charge. 



LONDON. June 4 <CPi -Tlie Ad- 
miralty annoimccd today the death 
of four offioera and five ratings ot\~^ 
the ant i-airrraft rrm -r Curlew B RSWaTER-^Aftar a v^rv short 

fiunk last week by Ciciinan bomb.s illness, there pas.sed away at his 
off Narvik. Norway. residciur !0:<6 Hilllslde Avenue, Mr. 

The officeia killed were Acting | William J. Brewster, at the age of 
Bub-Lieut. H. N. Hinge. R N.V Jl. ; I seventy-ei^t years. Mr. Srewster 

was boni at Peter's Hill I/ondon. 
Bl^!land. and luui ir..(l<-U in tins 
city lor the jki t twenty year.-- He 
is survived by one brother, in San 
Francisco, and a sister, Mrs. Y 
Cooke, in EnKlaiul. Tlie remains 
are rostiiiK at the .S J Currv A, Son 
Full' rill Homo. Announcement of 



dally. Miitery among 
i-la5se.s Is. every day on tha 
t m rnri.s " 

Other itcias deal wi'li the sMdrt- 
a^;o of fuel and food m I'aris a 
weekly, mortality of 4,700 ainong tlta 
French troops and eivlliana 
throURh dtsra.'T tlie bomliardment 
of longwy and St. Dem^, iieavy 
tightiiiR at Dijon and the aiait W- 
Belfort. - 

In an order of the day. General 
Faidherhe i< fi"!"'*''^' "Wllhm one 
month you have lought tince bailies 
with an enemy of whom all Kuropa 
15 afraid Y6u have proved he waa 
not invincible; that the 'defeat of 
Fi.iiue was merely owiiiR to a sur- 
prise attributabTe to tne folly of 
an ab.sblute government. A few 
dnis of re&t and those who awMT 
luin to FYanre will find tia befon 
i hem ai:ain " 

TWO PLAYS TO BE 
I PRESENTED FRIDAY 

IntercsliiiK new.s items on thf 

Fran co-Prussian^ Waj are contained ^ ^^^^^^ 

in « January U, 187l. (opy o^-^ba-f ^j^^j^^^ churcTi are pre.senting two- 
West Somerset Free Press, pub- 



bomber ready to take, off— crossed 
the field twice with his machine- 
gun.s bla/iijX away. 

As he flew off, he reported seeing 
a muhber of planes 1-iddled with 

biill<'ts aiMl the fik'Uit's of (FCMiian- 
runiUng'hrtltedly to their anti-air- 
> raf t gtms. ' - 

PAPER RECALLS 
PMIAN WAR 

January 28, 1871. Copy of 
Somerset Paper Owned by 
I Mrs. H. J. Dickson 



lished at Williton, brought to The 



Raynor Avenue. 

One (flspatch from Versailles, 
dated January 23. 1871 state.s: ''Ad- 
vices received here from Arra.s an- 
nounce that the French army of 



play»> in aid of the R<<l Cross on 
Friday evenUig at the Oak Bay High 
IMunA. H i p f i ist uf p h iy a to » 
humorous st<iry sliowltiR how by 
repetition a rumor really grows to be 
.sontethliiK The .H«\on(l plnv which 
again has lots of good liumor in It, 
1% a atory of a women's organlaa* 



CIIATTELL-Tliere passed away j ^ui^eral wlU be made Uter. 
yesterday at the Roval Jubilee Hos- 
pital, after a long illnr.v .Mr- F. . 
Redmond Chattell. wife of Edward 
Chattell. 675 Monterey Avenue, in 
her thlrty-finst year .'^he wxs horn 
In Scotland and had been a re&ldent 
of this city for two years. Besides 
lier husband, she leaves two datigh- 
ters, Dorothy and Pearl, all of Vlc- 
to;ia. and her father, Prank I-ang 
filOuthern at Qualicum 



MQRGAJ^ fVEL FIRM 
IS IN NEW HANDS 

W. LJoyd Morgan luinouiued yes- 
terday that the W. L. Morgan Fuel 
0<»npany, Ltd., 1318 Douglas Street, 
had been purchaaed by the King- 
liam-c.illcspie Coal Company, ^td.. 
The funeral will be 61' i'"ri .street. Fbr the convenlenre 



the north has fled to that town, jnon and again a rumor, .started by 
Lille and Doual are in a state of',.,,.,,,,,, acnvlties of another body, 
complete dis.solution " proves to be quil<> unlouiided 

On the stale of Paris, tlie paper , DurUig the Intermission CJilbert 
has to say: "Paris is much cast [ MargLson will render Violin a<^. 
down and full of sorrow Fichting 



was carried on yesterday from earlv 
in the morning, the line of battle 
ranging from Montretout to tlie 
ravine of Celle. French forces en- 
gaged numbered 100.000 men aided 



MK.MIVI K Ml.sMNt; 

LONDON, June 4 (CP».— Sir ArnoM 
Wilson, Conservative n^ember of Paf» 

hamrti* sri'.lni; as a machine-gun- 



by powerful artillery. Tlie fighting i ner with the Royal Air Force, wia 
\»as santuinary. General Trochu | reported missing today 



KILI.ED IN ACTION 



from Hayward's B.C. Funeral Chapel 
on Thtu^ay at 3:15 p.m. 



LONDON, June 4 «W.-Sir Mar- a*-'^ sovrnty-elght years 
maduke Plennershasset, thirty- i ^ held this evening at 

seven-year-old lieutanent of the ,8 o'cl"<^k Hayward.s BC. Funeral 
Roval Navy Vohint<irr Rr.serve. has 
been killed In action, u was was an- 



WALLIS — Mrs. Mary Wallis. 

widow of Richard P. Wallis, who at 
one time waa member of the Ijcgis- 
lature for Comox. passed away yes- 
terday at nil Yates Street, at the I that he had made no deflnir« plans 

Funeral ' for the future, but Intended to re- 
main in the city. 



of (u :nmcr.s, Mr. Morgans offic- 
will be kept open until the end ol 
the present month, but all fuel or- 
ders will ba delivered by the new] 

owners 

Mr Morran founded his W'>>d and I 
coal busine/is here in 1919. He stated 



nounred todav A nlne-day-old aon 

succeeds to the baronetcy. 



Company Chapel. Following this 
service, the remains will be for- 
warded to Parksviiie for further 
services and interment. 



Arlin<; (inirral 
Of CP.K. lit re 



\^«'iit 



MAIL AND SHIPS 




WEATHER REPORT 
CHTCVAN — Cl»ar: norlhMit. fraah. 

LENNAru I«LANl>-ClMr: nortliwtat. 
I'.roni 10. IS; rouih. 

PACHINA— Clear, nwlhwcal. medpratc. 
10 SO il. medtratt nwell. 

CAHMANAH— Clear: weat. fraah: 10. IS 
ehoppr. , 



rpni 




COASTTlQ cRArr 

nCTORIA-VANCOUVER - St. Prlnc-«« 
Katlilfni or 8« Prlirpin Mariufrlle Will 
l^nc Virlorl* for Va'ircivrr dally at l ii 
om . 8« PrinceKs Ki'himi or 8a. Prln-' 
Marturritp will trrlv* Victoria .from 
Vartrouvrr dally at S 10 p.m : aa. Prlnceaa 
Joan or S> Prlnr«<i< Elizabeth will Iravr 
Virtoria for Vnnrouvn dally at 13 mld- 
plulit. 81 Prlrrr»« Join or B< Pilir-rs* 
Xilrabfth arrivr Victoria from Van- 

cpiivrr daily at 7 a m 

VICTORIA -St ATTI.F- 8a Prtnctan Kath- 
I'^n or rr:nc»«s Mar«\i»rlf» WII) laava 
Virtnria dally for Srattir at 4 30 p m.: Sa. 
Princrsa F.athltrn or Sa PrInccM Mar- 
tuarltc will arrivt Victoria dsll; friwi 
Sfattlr at 1 l.S p m : Sa. Iroquola WUI Its** 
Virion* daily fnr SPStUt St (lU a.ll.i ^ 
Irnnnnis v: arriv* Vlatf >a aail« ff i 

aaatilr at, a a.m -- 

VICTORIA-PORT ANOiLia— aa. IrMIMU 
will Iravt Victoria dallir (or Port Aittelet 
«4 • r^ • m : Ss. I ro qu oty will arrtva Vic- 
toria dally from Port Ani;»ln at 8 • n 
8ALT BPRISa ISLAND - Ml. Cr Prck 
win itavt awarti bar (or miferd Harbor 
dally, rtrept W«4nr«dar. at f :M a.m. and 
^ p m . Ml. Cr ffck- will laave Pulford 
Harbor for 9warta Bay dally, fsrrpt 
Wfdnraday at I li a.m. and « p.m. Ma. 
Cy Pack vtU Inrt 8«aru Bay. Watfntidar 
only, for Polferd . Harbor at 7 pm : Ma 
Ct Pfck will Ifava Pulforrt Harbor. Wfd- 
nrsdiy only, for Svartt Ray at ■ '.5 a m 
Mi. Cy Perk win loava SwarU Bay, Sun- 
day only, for P«ltprd Qarbor at S.M a m . 
11 in a.m.. t pm. and 1 *i p.m.: Ma. Cy 
prrk will Iravr Pniford Harbor. 8«a4ay 

oniv. for aaartt Bay at S:ia a.ah| M:tt 
a m.. 4 p m and I 45 p.m. 

VICTORIA-OULP laLANDa^AnOOTTTSR 
—Sa Prinemii Mary win laava Victoria at 

10 10 am T'int1«y«. for Vanroir rr r'.» 
CJu.f Iilandi 8« Prinrrw Mary mt'l arrlv* 
at Victoria rla Oull lalandi at S.IO p in 
Mondara. 

WOT OOaar— «a. Pnneeta Horah or 8a. 
Prlnooao "fl-* — ' will Irarc Victoria for 
Port AUea and wxt ( out point* of Van- 
couTvr XaiUMl en, tba lit. lltb and list 
of aadi auttt^ ^ 

RANAncO - OABfUOtA - Mt. Atr«y1da 
Will ipavr Canadian PmHH WBart No- 
nalmo. daily ■tncrpt Wa<aaaa>y). SI • M 
a.m for Oabrlola 

BRBNTWQOD-HILL BAT— Ma. CaaeMlo 
will iMvo iroBtweed dally for Mill Boy 
at • a m . 10 a m . II a m . 13 noon, > p m . 
t pm. 4 pm. and J pm: Mi. Caacadr 
win IMTO Mill Bay for Brrntweed daily 
at • t« aa.. IS >• am, 11 M am.. Wm 
PM. tM pm. SM pm. 4 M v.ai . 
and S 10 p m Sunday* aad Monday* only. 
Ml. Cairadr makes an addtllnnal irlp. 
lea\uii Brentwood at 11 am. and Mill 

Ba? at ll:M mjm . — 

STDHVT-AHACCmTM - If • Balnbrldce 
or rro«line will leave Bidney dally at 1 
rm trr Anacorre* M« Bainbndie or 
CroaUDa I'Ul >••*• Aaatortta daily (or 

ai fatal 




FRED R. W> 
'HO has been city ticket agent 
at the Ooverrunent Street ofUce 
of the Canadian Pacific for some 
time, has been instructed by c; 
Bruce Burpee, general tmasenger 
ageiSt. CrP.R. at Vancouver, In town 
at presen' to art n.s general acent 
..ulfflil anart4emcht.s arc nia<Jp.forJllic 
appointment of a succes.v)r to the 
M. Macfariana. 




ARMSTRONc; Alexuulrr Arm- 
.strong, ninety-otip. of 2220 Cook 
Street, died yesterday moming. 
Born in Cape Vincent, New York, 
he had lived forty year.s in Rritush 
Columbia, the last four and a half 
in Victoria. He leaves a daughter, 
MLss Ann Armstrong., at home. 
Funeral will take place Thursday at 
2 o'clock Irom McCall Bros Fu- 
neral Home, Rev Hugh McLeod 
offtciatmg. Interment will be made 
in Colwood Burial Park. 

.'/TANCIL-^Puneral ."servkes for 
Alfred James Stancil took plate 
yesterday afternoon from .SandJ^ 
Mortuary, Ltd. Rev. Daniel Walker 
conducted the services, during which 
N' • ,J F Murrant rendered the 
.0.(1. 'Tlic Old liugged Cro.s.s." and 
tile congregational h;. mn.s ung wefe 
"Blessed Assurance, Jesua Is Mine" 
and "Till We Meet Again." Tha 
many beautiful floral offerings 
which covered and surrounded the 
eaalirt' bejtokeiied the high e.<^^teem 
in which Mr. Standi was held by 
hLs relntlve.s and many friends. The 
lollo* uik: arfe<l n.^ pallbe.u er.s : A. 
Mulr,. C. Hardy, W. Hitchin. J. 
Corkle, Capt. D. R. Warren and 
rapt r. J. D. Warren. Intcnnant 
torvk place in Colwood Btnlal Park, 
where the hymn. "Safe in the Arms 
of .Ir.tu.s ■ wa."! sung 

LIVINQSTONI^Punejral services 
were held on Tueaday afternoon for 

Donald Livit-.gsfone Rev F L. 
Slcphenaon conducted the .'cnice m 



TRIBITE FRO.M Kl | 

LONDON. June 4 (CP).— A M(>.scow 
radio broadcast heard here today 

qiiot*^ the Soviet Government news- j 
paper Izvestia as paying high tribute 
to the Allies for tlielr withdrawal of 
troops from Dunkerque. 




ASS'S* 



I 





A PRODUCT Of THI MACDONALO TOtACCO COMMNT 




aracter! 



AND IT NEVBt CHANCES.* 



— That s why Black ^ White's 
popularity has reached a height seldom 
equalled m the bistoty of Scotch Whisky! 

26<i et. 93.78 40 e< 9».90 



It J, 



L>«SIILLID SlINDCO 
o*d tOITLlO hi 

von AMD 



Specify 

BLACK & WHITE 

jMltes Buchanan A Co., Li 
OiASOOW, KOTIAND 



li}f the aervlces the hymn^ " Lead. I 



EAT, DtINK AND 

BE MERRY! 




. . , and rainy what ynn »at and 
drink T hal'i p^ail>l# nnw, thanka 

lo mf'iifa\ t<^rt*<*'M f«'iir |»rrfrrtly 

balanrrd alkalir* rf.ntain^.l lO 
Moclown Srwnd Stam««h Powdo* 
- thr tmme |wr*«-ri|itK>n iiard by 
n <» f SMtrapotitoo dnrtoto ami 
boplNiala to eomtaraci oacMi 
atapiaili ari^ ami «aidUr *»nr» 

• • • 

"Ba good to roar atoaaach— tako 
MaclaAo U'mm4 ff*OT«clk P*w4af 



MACLEAN Brand 
Stomach Powder 



kindly Light" was sung. and~hr2er 

tnrnt/ wa.s made in Colwood Burial 1 
Parlt, with tJie following as pall- 
bearers: J Berr\man, D. W. Morry. 
A Rudge, R. E. Ciiambera, R. Kater 
and E. Pry 7 




WSZlAMSON- Funeral .servire.* 
will be held thl,s afterrwon a*. .1 4.5 
o'clock in McCall Bros.' Funeral 
Chapel for Oeorfe fl. Williamson. 
Interment Will ba IMldf In Colwood 
Riirial Park. 

MACFARLANE- Tlie funeral of 
James M. Marfarlane will be held 
thia aftampon, icavlnc Uaywards 
B.C. runerml Chapel at 1:4B o'clock 
proceeding fo the Flr.st United 
Church, where service will be con- 
ducted by Rev. Hugh McLeod at S 
o clock. laianMnt wlU ba la Col- 
wood BofW fnat. 




TOI>I>^Ven. Archdeacon F. C. 

CornLfii conducted the funrral of 
Mrs. Rebecca K. Todd yesterday 
aflcmooD fran St. Matthias' Church 

m it\e pref*nce of a large congrega- 
tion. The hymn "Abide WiUi Me" 
was Rur.g An abiHidanre of beauti- 1 



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Arrangement 



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|)\'f■^• rCtl.OMS'T. VICTORIA. B.C.. W i:DM:S1 )AV, ]I SE 5, 1940 



DlliTINyyiSHED 
SCipSI DIES 

Dr. William E. Harper Was 
Director of Astrophysicai 
Observatory Here 




Many kpply Fot 
Service Over§ea» 
In CanadUm IJniti 



ONE-THIRD of Uie youths 
under training at New- 
haMii. the Pkjv iiaUl Insti- 
tute cormpondlng to the 
"BontsMyiteBt MsTt made ap- 
I>Uc«tlon to enllat for over- 
MM services. Attorney-Gen- 
eral Wiamer aald yesterday. 
Blffht of the'^ twa nt y- e ^eii 
youths at the itutttutlon have 
v<)!unt«'ered «nd will be hs- 
M^ird m jotninr^ the colors, 
the AttorntyQMMral inti- 
mated. 



Um M. W., S. MABm 



On* of Canada's mast dLstln- 
ffulslied m«n of science. Dr. WUUam 
E Hsrper. B.A.. M.A.. DA: . director 
for thr- past pv«~y*ini of the Do- 
minion A£trophyslcal Observatory, 
fiaanlch. died yesterday morning at 
the Royal Jubilee Hospital, where 
he wn." nio\ed on .Monday, following 
a month > .srrion.s illnrss at his homo. 
Little Saanich Mounuin. 

Dr. Harper's death culminated an 
lllnr.ss which began two years rro 
In June. 193»t accompanied by his 
faa i tly. he w e nt to S*wk*n to at- 
tend -the meeting of the Intern h- 
tlonal Astronomical Union, as offi- 
c ^1 Caiiadian d'. Ic ga *. c . While ttiert 
he had a 6e\ere attack of pneu- 



Early in 1113 Dr, Harper was com-'' 

' nil.-.'-loiU'(l to test oW. tlie ■'sP< inR" 
j j conduioiw fliroughout Canada for 
< i Uie then-proposed large Doqjlnl'>n 
reflecting telescope. It was clu^ly 
through his report that Victoria was 
selected as th<> site of the Ob.serva- 
tory of »hich..^e later was to be- 
come dlrectdr. « 

( AMK Hi:RE«li-|fl» 
He arrived in Victoria in the 
Spring of 191t,- and during the first 
four years here shared In the first 
Joint proRramme of working out the 
radlll \«-l(X'ltie.s of about 600 star*. 
Subsequently he determbied, un- 
asslated/the radial velocities of more 
than 1.000 other stars, some of which 
have not yet beep published. 

Ht was an authority on the sub- 
ject of stellar motions, and devoted 
practically his whole life, since tak- 
uiK up tl»e profe.ssion of a.stronomy. 
to ilie investigation of Uie oi bius of 
spectrographic binary surs. Of the 
400 sy.stems. whose orbital clemenu 
have beeri determined, he deduced 
over 100. in this respec t betni ack- 
nowledged by his fellow Icientlsts as 
having made to the itudy of celes- 
tial mechanics a great contribution 
which will stSnd for all Ume. H* 
could, they -state, never be surpassed 
in his special field. 
" In collaboration with Dr 



In later years an ardent tennis. |olf. 

.and badminton player. 

He »a.'> ti devoted iliun h worker 

I ihrouKlioul hib hit-, and for twenty 
year& had been a member of tlie of- 
ficial board of the Metropolitan 
Cliurcli On more than (^ne occasion 
tiu hold the chairmanship u( the 
board and frequently was appolnte\i 
delegate to conferencca. He did a 
great deal to foster the interest of 
youikK |M\>|>le m the church aod the 
social lite of tlie diurch. 

Be.slde.s liLs wulow, Di HaiiK-r is 
4>urvlved by two daughters, £>elyn 
and Louella. Uvlng In Victoria; and 
thre<- biiitiierc and two sistm in 

iji',t<-in Ciiiiada. 
'Il^e funeral will be held at J 

j o clock tomorrow afternoon froAi the 

■ Metropolitan United Church, llev. 

I A E. Whitehou.se officiating In- 
terment will be in tiie Royal Oak 

■ B ur ial pa rk. 8 Curry ic Son 
haye Charts of the arrangemcnu. 



City and District 



MRSiJCMyRRAY 
TAKEN By DEATH 



Mother ef Cfaptata B. W. Me* 
Marray, R.K.B., Fasaed Awajr 
Here Yesterday 



monla. and was more than six weeks 
In hospital at Rostock, Germany. He 
received every possible medical at- 
tention, but at the time of the in- 
tematlonal crisis in September of 
that year had to be Kmoved to 
CopenhaRcn. DeniriHrk. and sub.<*- 
quently to England and Canada, bo- 
fore a complete cure was affected. 

He liad been an invalid practically 
e\en .since his return, and for the 
pa.st year was on leave of absence. 
Although consistently optimistic 
that he would be able to return 
shortly to hLs office duties, he 
suffered a .vrloas relapse about a 
month ago. and w as too Ul td be In- 
formed of the final honor conferred 



inr 

YoiiiiK ai Lfi.it time a member of 
the Aslrophysical Observatory here, 
but now director of the David Diui- 
lap Observatory. Richmond Hill, To- 
ronto, he determined the dlstance.s 
of over 1,100 stars. Tliat was about 
Mxteen years :aBo, and since then Dr. 
Harper had published the distances 
of 477 additional st.ir.« Of the 7.000 
.stars whose radial di.'ianccs are 
known. Dr. Harper determined more 
than 700 

rOPLLARlZfcD ASTRONOMY 

Dr. Harper did a great deal to 
popularize astronomy. Tn his under- 
graduate days he became a member 
of the Royal Astronomical .Swift y 
of Canada, and since then had 



The dvath occurred yesterday 
momlnc at the i^sUIMM of h^l^-Mir 

Captain R. W. McMurray. R N R . 
manager of the BC. Coa.st Service 
i of the C P R . 1520 Regents Place, of 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hendry McMurray, 
at the age of el(hty-«ne yean. 

Mrs. McMurray wa.n born at Ix)ch- 
raiiza. Scotland, and was the widow 
of Robert McMurray Kirkcud- 
bright, and daughter of the late 
Mr. and Mrs. WUUam Hendry, 
Lochransa. She came to Canada 
fifteen 3rears ago and has resided in 
Victoria for six years. 

She Is survived by her son and 
daughter-in-law and two grand- 
children. KOnneih afltf Blff'^*^*' 
McMurray. 

Private funeral services will take 
place at the re&idaagt dP Friday 



on him at the annual meetlnr of the | served on the executives of both 

Roval Society of Caii.nln l.i't werk 
which elected him vice-preiidcnt of j 
Section III of the Mathmnatical and 
Physical Sciences. He was elected 
fellow of the Royal Society in 1934. 
NATIVB OP ONTABIO 

Dr Hartvr wa."? hoi ii In Bruce 
County. Onlai io. iii 1878. and began 
education at the local public school, 
a fttrwiU-diB attending the Collegiate 
Tnstltut« at Owen Sound. He taught 
i^rhool for three year.s before he en- 
tered tlie University of Toronto in 
1903. In 19M he received his B A . 
with honors. He was the first recip- 
ient of the gold medal given by the 
Royal Society of Canada 

On ttie day of his graduation, he 
was Informed by the then director 
of the Observatory at Ottawa, the 
]Bt« Dr. F. W. King, that he had 
been appolntrd a.s.-slstant to Dr. J. S. 
Plaskett In the astrophy.slcal divi- 
sion or that InsUtuUon. His princl* 
pal work during hb fhirtcon yr^rs 
there via.i ,'pr< t i<v,< (,;v, me radial 
VelOCitie,, <.r ilir , t,ii . an. I the orbit* 
Of spectroscopic binaries claiming 
his chief attention. His work was 
considered of m'h importance that 
from 1812 onwards it was Ls«ued in a 
publication .separate from the an- 
nual reports. In the years 1912 to 
1919 from a toUl of sixty-five such 
publications frotM >br whole staff. 
Dr. Harper wa* re.sparwlble for 



AnvU Staien— James DalsM. 3100 

Bridge Street, reported to police yes- 
terday that a 200-pound anvil had 
been stolen from |i sbfcd on ^vid 

street. 

Strawberry Week-^Vlctorla shop- 

keepers will be asked to feature 
strawberries In special wmdow dis- 
plays during the Saanlch Strawberry 
Week Festival being held from next 
Saturday, until the following Satur- 
day. 

Si» Fined— Four niolorisUs were 
each fined $3A0 In the city police 
court for varloMs. Infractions of 
par king r e gula tions. Another paid 
a fine of $10 for sp:>edini{ pa t u. 
school zone. One au ilued iiiJiO-loi 
failing to have a car r^ Mght il* 
lumlnated. ^ - 



Oaesta of Cfaspant— Twenty -six 
metnbers of the Junior Chamber of 
Commerce were guests of the Sidney 
Roofing & TaiMT C<)ir.i>any on Mon- 
day at lunclicun m m d on the luwn 
behind the coniinio omces, with 
R. Logan Mayhew. vice-president of 
the company, acting as host. After 
ihe luncheon, the inesnber.s six-nt 
an hour and a half on a tour ot 
iii'pccilon of tiH' company's plant, 
during which the manufacturing 
processes were explained by mem- 
bers of the .staJt The thanks of 
tlie vi.sit/)r.s were expressed to Mr. 
Mayhew by Tlionias sturges.s. presi- 
dent of the Junior Chamber. 



son Street. Mrs. Large being the 

founder of the guild. The president. 
Mrs. E. E. Wootton, »iisk>icd tiic 
iioatosa in receiving tha guests, and 

in opening the fetf welcomed the 

gucstgud spoke briefly on the work 
of the guild, n a result of the fete 

,, _ . , J « J « >25 will be added to the guild fu: 

Hay, Foader and Seed Crops to help carrying on us good worK 



MR liKIIWING 

\m mm 



tar Transfer — For neglectln;? 
to sign a notice of a truck 
transfer, jk man was .'Ined $10 In the 
city police court. Evidence was 
given J)y Constable Thomas Steven'; 
son. Another man involved in the 
deal was remanded until Thursday 
for trial. 



Pv-T. A. Activities 



Khopa By-Law— Hvnr Loo 

JiUiir:. Cliow Clunese. were 



and 

each 



JAMES B.\Y 
llie follow uig officers were elected 
at the annual meeting of the James 
Bay P.-T.A. la.st evening: Honorary 
president, Mr. F. O. Mulliner; presi- 
dent, Mrs. J. S. Alklns; first vice- 
president, Mr. A. A. Campbell (re- 
elected); second vice-president. Mrs. 
Stansfleld M creLary. MLv> Mae Mur- 
I ray < re-elected i ; treasurer. Mra 



, , , I Rlchard/5 executive. Mrs. Draper, 

fined $10 in the city police court for . . _ ^. »i » . • t.*^ v 

_.,„ J. . .i..lMrs. Cantell, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mr. K. 

Ross. Miss HTTJrort and Miss H. 

Siargent. 



selling goods after 6 o'clock on tl»e 
night of May 28, contrary to shops 
early closing by-law. 'Mrs. Rong 
Yee, represented by Patrick J. Sln- 
nott. wats remanded imtU today on 
a similar charge. 



afternoon. Rev. James Hood will 
officiate and interment will follow 
in the Royal Oak Burial Park. Hay- 
ward's B.C. Funeral Company is In 
charge of alrrangements. 



New Duplex— Ja mcs 
W. Ross secured a 



and Robert . 
13,000 city 



BVBNBIDB P..T.A. 

Tlie Bumside A.s.sociation will 

meet for the last time this sea.son 

tonight at 8 o'clock. General busl- 
nes.s and elecllorn of officers will be 



In Britls^h Columbia 
Sliowing Promise 

With a mild Spring and abundant 
moisture in the ground, BrltUh 

Cotumbla hay and fodder crops may 
be exceptiotxally heavy this year, it 
was indicated yesterday at the Pro- 
vincial Department of Agriculture 
Hay is be^ cut from one to two 
weeks writer at. Interior points of 
the Province, with a high quality 
yield reported.-' 

The'depsirtment also reported a 25 

per cent Increase In acreage devoted 

to registered and certified seed"^ro- 
duction, stating selected foundation 
stocks and Idteal growing conditions 
were ocntrlbuting to an imusoal 

sea.son In that regard. 

On Interior ranges, moisture In 
the soil will insUre second crops in 
some instances, notably In con- 
nection with alfalfa, It was pre- 
dicted. 



building permit on Monday for the - ,,„ . . . , , v 
con.strucllo,, of an eight -room | ""^n* '•*^"»»«»*»>^' 
duplex dwelling at 1184 Von Street 
Matthew Lament is the contractor 
The building will measjjre 42 by 28 
feet wi th hot w a ter heat, f ir a nd 
oak finf>rs stucco exterior walls and 
a two-car garage. 



Short Term— Mrs. W. A. Wlilte- 
head pleaded guilty In the city police 

court yesterdav to a charge of un- 



VICTORIA WEST 

• 

The regular meeting of the Vlc- 
>rla West Assoeiation. hpid on 

Monday evening, was well attended 
After a short business session, with 
t h e pre aW e nt. W i s. FoBtei, i n t h e 



Friendship 
Guild Fete 
S ucces sful 

The annual garden party of tlie 
Guild of Friendship was held yester- 
day afternoon at the home of itr. 
and Mrs. tl, E. Large, 1242 Rlchard- 



t)«nclng on tlia lawna by pupils 
of Dorothy Cos added to the guests' 

entertainment, and a musical pro- 
Kranmie was given on the sjiaciOUS 
veranda, with Madame Dobree play- 
ing pianoforte selections and acoom- 

IMUiylng the dancers and singers 
Solos were sung by Miss MUrlel I 
Jordan, aivd it^ itatl'ons were eiven ! 
by Mrs. Dcerborn and Mrs. Large, i 

Bumrr TBA sebvcd | 

The garden w ius lovely with a j 
variety of Summer blooms and tl>e i 
m and roses, vhlctuire- ' 
dominated in the garden, were ad- 
mired by the gue.si.s. who adjourned 
to the guild rcx>in in tlie !. --.c .c 
the tea hour, when a buffet tea wa.> 
served from a table arranged with 
carnations and roses. Pansies made 
gay centrepletes at the Individual 
tea tables. Mbs Dorothv Spencer 
was lit charge ef t^t tea arrange- 
ments. " 

Stalls weiif arranged on the two 
lawn.s, and the tempting wares on 
the lioiiie-cooklng st.ill. under tlie 
direction of Mrs. Ethel Bullock, were 
.soon sold, while fancy— xock. In 
I harge of Mrs. Ryley; aprons, under- 
M1.S.S Checkley. and a 15-oent stall 
manag< d b> .Ml.s.s M. Hill and .Mi.ss 
Jackson did brisk business. Of spe- 
cial Interest was a fine collection of 
handicraft exhibited by the Mi.s.ses 
Constance and Grace Heddle. Mr 
Large sujx^rbitendeJ the housie- 
liousie which continued in popu- 
larity throughout the afternoon. The 
special cake, on which "Guild of 
Friendship" was inscribed, was pre- 




chair. members and friends enjoyed 
card.s. Winners at bridge and five 
hundred were: Mrs. King, Mrs. 
lawfully escaping from cu.stody on ' i^jj^runner. Bra. Bland. Mrs. Shaw 



Tile Sntilttt 

fiano in 
Vioterii 



A I I I ri.K 

BEALlV! 



Have you an -exceptionally 
small room? Then thit min- 
iature Wurlitier is just what 
you want. Sec it in our win- 
dow today. 

Only 40 inches wide and 41 H 
inches high. The scale is five 
octaves and the tone quality 
IS of astonishing charm snd 
bcautv. The price ife an agree- 
able surprise! 



Fletcher 

Bros. 

(VICTORIA) LTD. 
1130 DOUGLAS STREET 



- oprrlelii. IMS, »r KatfelMa Marrtsi 




C^";r.^a and Victoria centres H« 
became president of the national 
body In 1928 and 1929, and during 
his term In office arranged for a 
series of popular artlelas on astron- 
omy, thee appearing fortnightly, 
over a period of about two year.s, in 
a syndicate of papers the procecd.s 
from which were used to build a 
trust fund for r eeearcft work by 
amateurs. 

Since 1926 up to the time he went 
to Europe two year* ago, h4 gave 
monthly radio talks on aatronomy 
and allied sciences. Although this 
was piu-ely a hobby, many of these 
were published In the Journal of the 
Royal Astronomical Society of Can- 
ada, and were also published separ- 
ately for clrciilatlon among students. 
HIS DBOBBBS 
He received hLs M A. dORree In 
1907, hLs fellowship in the Royal 
Astronomical Society of Canada in 
1913, and In the Royal Society of 
Canada in 1934. It was about tno 
years aito that Toronto Unlversitv 
conferred the honorary degree of 
pBe In recognition of "merltorlou.s 
re.varrhes In astronomy." He was a 
member of tJie Council of the Amer- 
ican A.sironomical Society, and of 
two commissions of the Interna- 
tional Union. 

All life he wu keenly inter- 
ested In athletics, in his university 
days being a keen soccer player, and 




A HIT WITH THE 
1^' DIVISION 

Wadermaui's 





Carried by thousands in 
the Ist Division, the 

Canadi.nn Navy and 
members of the R.C.A.F., 
it js thQ clioice of th a< , - - — 
men in uniform'. 

COlOUMi Choice or Scoloura. 

0»t At top of cap. so pednt Sap 

can be buttoned. 

Mti Practically indestructible. 

1 1 Convenient Icatherc 



MfC£ $ 



5.00 



Other sets in gift boa«i. ISJS* $U 

or the mmw TOO Tmt laf 

MVi HIM A riN TO WRITi NOMI 
Watermsm's pent and pencils can be 
shipped *• the mm Oi s r ssas duty 
free. 



MM POa gIBI BWO Kf 

Specially detifincd tO wartoms the 
•tnosphcrtc rfTect ofMtli altitudes. 

»5.50 — 




Red Cross 
Ready for 
Emergency 



LONEKDN. June 4.— Tlie German 
blltzkrelg finds the Canadaln Red 
Cross In Lonidon prepared to meet 
all eniergencles. Three tliou-sand 
cases of every sort of hospital and 
field comforts are standing ready in 
a flriant warehouse, sorted, listed and 
available at a moment'.^ notice Al- 
ready, supplies of all needed articles 
are on their way to ftanoc, where 
the needs of soldiers and fWe mil- 
lion refugees will be speedily met. 
Two hundred workers are avail. tbU' 
at the Berkeley Square headquar- 
ters of the Canadian Red Cross, and 

others are (jivinsr .service throiichout 
the counlrv. where Canadian troops 
are stationed. 

Hundreds of builders are working 
double shifts to complete the great 
brick and steel hosplt.al at Taplow 
When completed, the hospital will 
be handed over to the ' Canadian 
Army Medical Coi^s. 

Since the arrival of Caiia<lian 
troops In E^;>;lniul, a de|Mrtnirnt of 
information and records, under Mrs. 
Leonard Hancock, Montreal, and 
Lady Flliseen of Hamilton, has hern 
bu.sy recording particulars of Cana- 
dians who are. sick In hospital. Since 
the commencement of the big push 
in PVanee they ha\e been checking 
nainc'. nf C'aii.ifii,i:i' ,<,i>Miulrd while 
serving with the British Expedi- 
tionary rorce and the Royal Air 
POree, or who have been taken pris- 
oner, Tliev keep track of each ca.s- 
ualty, t-nthrrlng Information and 
forwarding )t to relatives and friends 
At home. 

Lady IVmeRall'.s departituii' :,is 
charge of correspondence regarding 
sick and casualties. Mrs. Leonard 
Recs, ei Ottawa. Is in charge of 
hospiital visiting, and hM two hun- 
dred women volunt^rs '^n 1it li • 
in all parts of Sigland. Lady Minto, 
of Montreal, supervises Scottish hos- 
pitnl visitor.^ 

Tlie arrival of a shipment of 1,000 
articles for men, women and- chil- 
dren from Canada coincided with 
thf arrival of the first iralnloads of 
refiu'res from nie Netherland.' Tliey 
were Immediately sent to Dutch 
emergency headquarters In London, 
where the offlclal.«i are Iminf>n.selv 
lnipreK.vd with the cfllrleiir\. as well 
as the Kenerosity. of Canndi.iiis 
Dutch ofRcials excitedly UM a Red 
Cross representative that they were 
able to give nu'rh fishermen who 
have sailed the North Sea In open 



Friday and wns .sentenced to .serve 
ten days in Jail at the expiration of 
five months previously received for 
false pretences Circumstances were 
related by Claude L. Harrison, city 
prosecutor. 



Mrs. Marshman. Mrs. Thomas and 

Mr. McKay. Refreshments were 
served by Mrs. Waters and her com- 
mittee. 



Tribute la Paid— At the regular 
rehear al of the Arion Club held on 
Monday evening, the president re- 
ferred to the sad loss the members 
had suffered during tiic past week 
by the pa.«slng away of their late 
condU( toi \V c. l*yfe. and a charter 
member , George Jay, and the menv 
bers stood In sUehoo as a iaark of 
resptet to their memory. 



Seek CItlienship — Keven applic.i- 
tlons for naturaliwition heard by 
Judge H. H. Shandlry in County 
Court on Monday with 'names and 
birthplaces were: Pred Bhultx, Ger- 
iii.ins , Anld .M .T.ifobson. Norvvay. 
AllKrl Law, PoliUid, Adolph H. V. H 
Holstcin-Ratlilou. Iiciunaik. .Joim 
F. Parker and Charles A., Macrae. 
United SUtes. and Marie Steln- 
hubel, Czecho-Slovakla. 



Ihslitutes to Meel^ -Meetings m 
rii.^trict farmers' In.stitutes In the 
I •:. w«rc announced yesterday 
by tiic Provincial Department cf 
AgrlctUture. The dates were sn- 
nnuiicrd n.s fo!lf>ws: Kamloop.s. .hiii»" 
20, Kcrsley, July 4, and McUrid>', 
July 6. for three days. A field dem- 
onstration will take place in con- 
nection with the McBride meeting, 
offldala of the department said. 

Cabinet Holds MrelinK Attiii,; 
Picujier A. W. Gray presided at a 
routine meeting of the Provlsicial 



Anglican Young People 



LAN6FOBI>— COLWOOD 

Tlie l,ani<I(»id-C<>lw(>< <l branch 
held its final, meeting of the year on 
.Monday evening in the Legion Hall, 
LaiiKford A .notice xfas received 
from the Local Council that the an- 
1111,(1 pKiuc will be held at "Ro.se- 
bank ' on July 1. Many members 
of the ir>ctil branch hope to attend. 
Tlie .Summer activities will Include 
a .sport.s prartice and bearh partv 
on June L'4 Tlir |ir( ■ id' nt. I),i\;d 
Mcljean. pporird that llie recent 
diince had hrru successful and a 
donation will be given to the' Loeal 
Council bursary fund. A small dona- 
tion w:i.s voted fo be given to .St. 
John'. Cliur'h. C;olwood. anti to St. 
Matthew <:. Lansfoid. The members 
will clean up St. Matthew's Church 
yard. A sing-song, games aiid re- 
fre.shmenta foUowctf tb« buslncis 
meeting. 



CHAPTER XXI 

' Good heavens!" said Sheila. "He 
might shoot you, a man like that." 

'Me? NO fear. No, it was 
suicide he a'as talking about. If 
he'd ever e\cn kissed me ' the 
younger sister contuiued. "But he 
never has. And the way Van talks 
you d thlitk I'd been leading him on. 
Or if not that, at least he talks as 
If the whole thing was settled and 
Just waiting for the date." 

"Has he mOney, Owen?" 

"He talks as if he liad 1 imaKlne 



^ou ail day. I ve been ofTercd a 
tliree-jciir fellowslup in tlie Jmcst 
medical atmosphere in the wur.d 
I've got to take It. You know what 
It means. You know What it 

nir;\ns ■■ 

Ciwfii f;:an(ed at him once and 
met his mi.serable look. She fell 
herself swallow with a dry throat. 
Her heart turned to lead. 

• What do you thnik'* ' Dick a.sked 

"They don t pay much'? " she 
asked, forcing herself to speak. 

"Nothing, practically. The letter 



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he's a sort of free-lancer, now in didn't .say, but one of the fcllr 



Announcements 



funds and now out. He's smart." 

"I'd certainlv give him a wide 
berth until this cools off , ' observed 
Sheila. "He'a reaUy dan^rous." 

"I know he is At least he Is to' 
niv peace of mind But, yoU see. 
■ I .(orM of It IS lie s quite chum- 
my with Mr. Keane, and Mr. Keane 
gives advice and money for this 
primaries buMiiess. and Van is al- 
ways coming in for a talk or a con- 
ference. Y can't snub him " 

"You co'ild ten htOT -yoo*rt in- 
terested in Ilo' '"V Latimer" 

"Aha, no s\u ii : w 1 ve told 



told nie .sixty pounds a year 

"Sixty pounds. Tliat would baie- 
ly cover rent. And while an Amer- 
can w oman mieht be reasonably sure 
of rmriini: a job in Rochester or 
Bii' . • r San Francisco, the 
.situaiiuii might be entirely different 
in Scotland. 
'What what does your mother 

thiDk. Dick?' 

•.She thuik.s -well, she knows 
what it would be wprtli to me. If 
I have three years of work with 
Doctor Muir. there isn't a hospital 
or a clmlc in the world that can t 
use me. I'd b»— I'd be an author- 



SAFETY 

A n««S Drivvt. ■ tt—4 Car 
INSl'RANCE With 

J W. BUCKLER 

INSta.tNCE aORMllCB 
' At Nw-BmN Bate* 
lita Oa w S n ai Mii—t 



mat 




n-SlKBAL NOTttl 



him a thousand tunes Uiat there's | ny on my own subjoet befora I was 
someone else.. ^ -but \» jtist smiles. | thirty-two." 



British CalanMa ^testaat Or- 
phans' Home -Donailniis Mis M. 
Wood ^^I■s .J (;orm;\n. Mr* Cleorge 

H.i::, Ml-. (.;:Moii, Mi.vs .ulI.ts. 

National Baker}-, Mrs. Cox, Miss 
Murray, Stevenson's siakery, Mrs. 

Executive ycfterd.-w nvu-ninc .Nojstoke.s, Pacific Meat Market. Mrs. 



•bwttsr iw w LiiiMian emuiiR irwHire'iMt'Mi 
their spray-adakod solta ware drying. 



Wmt»rman'iSa/»ly Trmnt- 
Iwt- ^ij/w ttmhlm ml/ imnka 



- fniefSa. 



lilmermeai's 



Britaiitiia W.A, 
(Amvvrt tit iifl 
'Wiir W ork t und 



public announccnieni followed. Th" 
return of several members of t.ie 
Cabinet' now in the East Is expected 
towards th< end of this week, or 

raih- iirxj week Meniiuhiie pro- 
vincial aflaii.s are continuing in a 
temporary lull. . 

la Remanded— Rupert Bennett, 
reproj^nted by Gordon A. Cameron, 
pleaded guilty In the city police 

crwirt to a chartre of .stenlintf a 
C Si C taxi on May 28. Cliaracter 
rvidenrf" was given by William H 
WiUon .ind Rev. Norman J. Crees 
Bennett was remanded until today 
In order to give Mr. Cameron time 
to produce more character witnesses 
ajid api)enl to the At fnrney-0«ilfral 
foi n ' ■;• ixMi'lf'l ".•■■nirnce. 

Delegateii Named — J. V. Johruton, 
vice-president: W. T. Straith. M.PJ»., 
and Tlionias Sturgess, president of 
the Junior Chamber of Commerce, 
were named Monday by Duncan 
MacBrlde, president of the Victoria 
Chr mber of Commerce, as offlclal 
delegates to accompany him to Na- 
nalmo for the convention of the 
Associated Boards of Trade of Van- 
couver I.sland on June 20. with E, W. 

C\. Hamilton Harman 
Parrott as alternative 



Cirev, Mrs HurIus Mi (i Jan- 
couskir, Mi.s. Hcdft.c. Mr P. R. 
Brown, A l-'riend. Mrs. R. E. Hum- 
phries. Reformed Episcopal Church, 
James Little. Miss Alice Williams. 
Mrs. A. Forsham. Miss A. McLeod. 
Camosun Chapter d O D.X.), Miss 
M. Hughes, Mr. F. L. Honor. Miss 
Edna Fielder, Mr.«;. R. T. Elliott. 
Miss A Murray. Mr.s. W J Hat- 
tray, Mr. £. B. Jones, Dr. Br^nt. 
Dr. Moore, The Ookmist, The Times. 

In these modern days, in which 1 
the cult of beauty is brought to such 
a height of perfection, nothing Is ot 
more i m por tan c e to any woman 
than the rea-ssuring knowledee that 
her face Is free of unslRhtly dis- 
figurements — which cosmetics do not 
hide (—try bo one will! HappUy 
for the women of Victoria they are 
able to avail themselves of the serv- 
ices of a recognized specialist, to 
yhom they may go with confidence 
Consultations are private. Call for 
booklet. Miss Hanman. 603 Scollard 
Building. Telephone G ardtn TMI. 



lien 



and O. C. 
delegatas. 



The programme arranged for the 

concert to be held by the W A to 
Britannia Branch. Canadian Legion, 
tonight at 8 o'clock in the club- 
rooms. View street. 4ft- aid ,ef the 
WSf' ffort fund, promises much 

variet \- 

Besides vocal and Instrumental 
numbers and daBcas, thert will be 
Impersottations. sketohea. ventrtlo- 
qtiist Ijl ahtr* hilhslrel show bv 
members of the Wnnien> Auxiliar' 

Taking part in the programme are 
Meadamea C. Badger, 8. Pinnlng- 
ton, Bert Knowles, P, Thomas, E. 
MayeU; Misses E. Walsh. J Merri- 
man; Meaars. Bob Wr.rm>iBhton, 
Jamca McOrath, John McAllUter 
and Msatsir Walter But ge m . The 
Enqulmalt Dramatic riub will al.^o 
contribute to the entertainment 

Mr Percy .Shrimpton will speak 

dudBf tlM IntarmlMte la tbn yro 



Oairdcii Party at home of Miss 
Crwr-, "PentrHew^*-1*or*r- Street, 
Wedne.sday. June 5. i p.m., opened 
by Mrs. Duncan McTavUsh. Many 
attractions including Kinsmen Club 
Boys' Bdnd led. by AI. Preacott. Pub- 
IIB lurilml. — — 



Taariat fnflat Reported — An 11 

per fern jam m tmrtmntw^ mm 

in Briti.sh Columbia during Oie ttrst 
four months of the year, as a result • Weddhig Stationery — Invitations, 
of tourist influx, was reported yes- * Announcements. At Home and Re 



terday by Major Gordon Smith, 
dtrecCoC^pf the Provincial Travel 
Bureau. Customs stations reported 
31 Jlg^ cars checked tn from united 
States points, compared with 28 742 
cars in the corresponding period last 
year. Many of the touring parties 
were traveling on sigty-d ay panntt s. 
Major Smith saw. 



ceptlon Cards, etc. For correct 
styles and quality materials see Tha 
Coloiust Printing Department. 



nr. Frank H. Moore, Dentbtry. 
Suite 623 Scollard Building. laOY 
Douglas Street; 
Bmplia I14L _ 




Tlelet Fowkea Stagto present.* 
'Starlets Revue," Empire Theatre, 
Friday. June 7: 75c. 50c, SIc Boa 
oOtoa, Marianatta I^irary.^ 

A perky bow will brigh'ten youfxm g 
hat. Remodeling, djwigning and 



He says women love to pique men 
by talking of other admirers. It 
(liM : 11 I worry him a bit " 

It might worry liim If you actu- 
ally married your doctor," 

"Yes. but I can t do that until 
I'm a-sked. l-I know Its Dick for 
me. Sheila, forever and forever, but 
meanwhile Van— yOu don't know 
how forceful Van can be" 
. Sheila lay back nfi t!ir l)ed tiunk- 
'Ing, her forehead wi ink led 

"Owen, hero s a .' UKce tioi; 
not look around in the city and" see 
If you < an get a lob there"* Mr 
Kcaiie Wdiild ci\f -.'i;! h ;f|trr 
Your friend the doctor might help, 
or his mother. Then you'd be away 
from this pert, and vou and your 
M.D. could plan with hofh your 
salarte* to count on. Oh, but speak- 
ing of lawyers. Owen." Sheila broke 
oft to .lay suddenly. "Link Is cor- 
responding with a man who Is near 
the Johason-Polk Mills, the firm 
that wanted to buy the Wallbestos 

patent ' 

•Oh. is \ir'> Goody!" said Owen 
"A little rx'ra riionev now would 
probably straighten out a good 
many things." 

Owen had to report at the office 
as usual on Priday and Saturday* 
and early on .Sunday Sheila and 
Link went away. Dick arrived for 
two o'clock dinner with the 
familv, then he and Qwen took his 
car up to the edge of the Woods 
He loved to walk on and up past 
vineyards and orchards and through 
belts of pine and Juniper, the hllla 
falling away In wooden canyons 
and niQUntal" meadows and every 
turn of the deserted old roads show 
mg a new aiq>ect of the vaUeys %nd 
towns beloF. He told Owen that he 
always came back feeling younger 
and freahened axtd readier for work 
' But she knew It was not all the 
fr«sh. cool country air and the 
bland Winter Kkles and the damp, 
rich forest odors that were like per- 
fumer there was an exhilaration for 
them both In Just betog togettier, 
in the companbmable silence In 
which they panted upward, side by 
aide. In tlie laughter with whlch 
they reached the high ridges. 

IMap, on their iwtum, they had 

reached the hrrti v o B sy and mf 
makit;g roo^i time between the bare 

orrlinrd- thn^e upturned clods still 
ne from wet ploughing. A cold j 
Shone in yellow and steel | 
alnst the west, the light hung so 
ow that the pumpkins threw little | 
shadows on the stained frost-bitten 
Itavas of tha shriveled vines. 



All fiirtfiil rnrr:iiunlc»lloIl nf H'ndtr- 
>rni J^tltr Nc X« AF At AM. will M 
lirld on W»(1nrMl«v. Juii» .^. 1P«0. I IS 
V m Uinrp. In lh» rrftin«ion» llol Shr. •» 
Tfmple, Vl»« Blrfft. lo pfrfarm l»n 
rnlrtnn diilr m nnr iii<^ . Wershlpdll 
Rrnthrr Jtmm Mac f >i : < nr. P.M. toy Mttt 
of tlr WorihtT'fijI Mmlrr 

M^Mibriit •n4 tixrint hrMl rrn in mod 
itaiidin* arc rrqurstisl lo aiirn'l 

M. W. »IOOIM. 

arrrttary. 



"How'd he happen to offer it, 

Dick?" 

"I wrote a little article and Tlie 
Lancet used It, and he saw It and 
wrote me a long letter. I'd taken It 
for granted that certain spine 
shocks usually work one ^ay. He 
thojight I was middle-aged, evident- 
Iv because he .said that If my fanillv 
was of an age to. leave and it would 
ii.iftfM 'Mrs I.ri'iMKi 1:1- ,M)iti<l 
\ery glad to have mc come over and 
work with him for a few months. 
Well, tliaf was weeks a^o, and' 1 
just answered that I was only fln- 
isiiing my first-year Internship in 
June, and that tiiere wasn't a 
prayer of my getting to Scotland. 
becau.se I had no means whatever, 
and must take whatever offered 
here. And his answer came yester-' 
day. He offers ma tht .Muir Ftl- 
lowshlp." 

Owen spoke .steadily: 

"You ought to go." 

"I'd have to borrow money for the 
trip But not much," the man said, 
delaying her for a moment on the 
ix)rch before they entered the 
warm, lighted house. "I'd go tour- 
ist all tha way and live in the hos- 
pital when I got there " 

"Vou d love it." she said, an ache 
a-s old as womanhood itself in her 
voice. , ■ 

"Well, lord " he said simply, in 

a tone of acknowledt;rtient 'It 
boosts me right over the bad time,' 
he said; "It gives me three ytars of 

security. It maana " 

(To Ba Contlntied) 



ri NKBAi. NOTirr 

Mrnibfru n( lh# Anrlrnt and Arrrpiad 
.■^c r,;i;«i, Hitr »tr rrquritrd ta atlfnil I.M 
f inrml nf our lair Rrnthrr Jam** Mar- 
f«ri»n«. 32 , -o h» h»M iiniirr ih» a'miHeM 
(f n»-nd»r.oii I.O'lif. No |i« AK * AM., 
on 'Wrdnpf<i1ii\. .Timv ^. t>4n at I IS P WV 
III thr rr^ma-ono Hall. Bhrlnt TValBia 
Vi»w Btrp»l, Victoria, nr. 

C . NU KanSDN. !«• 



h \ii \si(t\ I ii)f)i:R 

lO lit kit in ULHE 

Pi fiMded lli.it I )i ();)<■ 1 1 \- on Rock- 
land Avenue, west ol Linden Avenue 
l.«r sold, storm and sanitary sewers, 
will be constructed at a cost nf fit 3. 
the City Coimci; decided, on Mon- 
day. 

Insiructions- were given Ihe rity 
engineer to proceed with the flush 
coating of streets without delay. 

An order from the Duncan fliro 
depariment for a thlrty-tlv«>foot 
$198 exten.slon ladder waa auulpUd 
by the city workshop. 

It waA decided to apply to the 
Pederal Government for foreshora 
righte at the foot of Herald Street 
where a garbage cTMhar la t» bt 

erected. 



BBIOKGBOOM lAILIO 

VANCOtlVEIt. June 4 <fP' Wil- 
liam Traynor. arrested May 27. two 
days after being married, was aen- 

J>enred In polif-e court here t/>day to 
three and one-half years in the pen- 
itentiary after pleading guilty to 
two armed holdups of VanooMVW 
drug storaa. 



St. John Alnbulamcc; AMoeiatioil 

Vlf TOalA f rVTBR 

LECTURES ON FIRST AID TO INJURED AND HOME NURSING 

rnlrlft r*r arnan.rri '1i-<>. m Ihr ahSTr «lll b» l*k»n at S3I Braatklsa 
rilhrr pmanallr »t hv phnnr lo Ibr trrrrtarf . F A. Jarb«aa. €i SIM. SttVi 
hoar% •( t aaS !• m.m. 




4, fl7 Mf|_MnaC« 



The CM CharBslag Inn, formerly 
Oak Bay BotaL ComfortaMo remns: 
excellent maalB. OCMT. _~ 



Frse— ColOBlrt 9afm Sheeta. Ad- 



Low Sample Bus 



Rehirn From Victofis; 

C*l«SfT ^ 

Wmnipcf ...... 

TarMte 



Vis PscMc Gfsyfceaad 



n.s» 

ST3.8B 

»N.%.90 



S«n FrsnciK* 
Lm AitftlM - 

Cktc««e - - • 

Nt« York - ■ 



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f^ntdfi F*ii4t — S«b|(c» la CkanfS WitltMl Nolics 

UT M Mar vou rum rout vacation n» 

GRAY LINE TRAVEL BUREAU 

75( YATCS STIiCT PHONI IMTMl tm 



demanded, keeping gallant step 
with him. although the muscles of 
her legs WM •» ttnd amr that Vhry 
trembled. 

':Owen " he said suddenly, when 
fhev were in f<lght of home, "I've 
got a chance to go to Edinburgh. 
That's what I't« baaa trrlaff to HtU 



Fif Rrt u i AotoMobile lRSuraiee,_ 
mi lAil fiMMH 

ELSIE B. RICHARDS 

'tttht 7» Mdtropolitan Building. Oppoaitg 
PHONE E MPIRE 7722 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., WLDXLSDAV. JI XE 5. 1940 



In the Realm of Women 



Able Reports Show 

Successful Season 
: Of Varied Activity 



Will Continue as President 





Mr 



H. 



Jatnch 

,1 



Adam (loiiliniirH a** l*r('si(l(*nt of 
^Onion's (Canadian — l)i>»linjniihhed 

bhakenpearean Actors Give Programme 



A "HIGHLY successful year, with a membership of 1,107. 
a banKi^alanct of $826.48, high avtraga attendance at the 
lecture meetings, and good support for the various finan- 
cial and bursary-raising undertakings of the organization, was 
ahown in the reports given at the annual meeting of the Wom- 
en's Canadian Club held yesterday afternoon at the Empress 
Hotel, when the following officers were elected by acclamation 



President, Mn.'Janaet Adam; fir^t 

Vice-prp.'l(kr)t, Mrs T. H. Johiia; 
— eo Dd • vio»<iKekldent, Mrs. F. O. 
Aldotu; honorary secretary. Mrs. A. 
J. Campbell, lifraturp .•^ccretafy 
Mrs, James H. Fletcher; treaaurer, 
Un. W, O. Fyfe. 

BallOtlnt fi)r PXf(;i'ivr icsviltrd 
aa follows: Mrs. John Baxter, Mrs. 
F. M. Bryant. Mrs. K. C. Drury. Mrs. 

Bnup Hiit< liu^oti. Mr. . T A John- 
ston, Mr.s Howard Taylor and Mrs 
Alma Wilson 

Kl SV VKAR 

The report of the rciirlna; m< :'- 
tary, Mr.s. F. O. Aldou.s. exliairtt-.Tiv 
covered the club's acUvlties lor Uic 



way EvaiLs. Ambros Porgeron, Rich- 
ard Flnnle, fSmore PMlpott, Bruce 
Hutchison, Hugh Sholto -Watt. Ar- 
thur Benjamin IVinsld C Mac- 
Donald. RoMia i-'orbe' , Ira Dllworth, 
Kathleen «hackletoii, Mrs. MrOlil 
Clarke, Comic Serge Fleury, Mile. 
Juliette Oaultier and Dr. Kaeys 
Pak.'.ta.s 

j The treaiurer, Mrs. K. C. Urury, 
submitted an audited printed state- 

mriit nf rerrip's ;,nri rlubwr.semont.s. 
.showing the .satJ-slaciory bank bal- 
I ance of $826.41 after payment Of alL 

fxprn.ses. 

Mrs. P. B Sturrah pxprrs.sed the 
riuns rtppTrrlf^^^fm^«»-t.♦^r prf^sident, 
Mrs. Jamc^ Adam, and her past 





past year, expressing appreciation | year's executive, and Mrs. Adam, in 

of the capable learlrrshlp of (he ! respond ing, coupled wit h her th anks 

members 



president. Mr.s ,\dani: tin- pro- 
gramme convenor, .Mr.s. t h Johns, 

ttt» musical convaaer, Mrs. Duncan 
MMflrw ! ma nnsai atnw n p ieui 

helper.-; Amonp the mo.si .Mjrce..sful 
of the financial and fcocial fimctlon.s 
of the year had been the annual 
bridge and mah Jong tea at tlie 
Oakbay Beach Hotel on Februai-y 6. 
Winners of the tAO $100 bursaries 
this year were, Joyce Ualzlel and 
Walter Knotts, of Victoria High 
School; of the history prise. Vivian 
Bales: and of the home-economics 
I>n7.e, the Junior High School 'Hie 
book day for Falrbridge Farm 
School resulted in a donation of 160 
books. During the year the club 
purchased a new lantern screen for 
use at club lectures. 

Lecturers included Miss Gladys 
Arnold, Mrs. DorLs Feme Mrs. Con- 

Don't Suffer 

PERIODIC PAINS 

Try Tfift Way For RalM 

6a Cm Ml WNm: "Fumlumtl f>ett- 
»4k tarns tsmtd ml to muck miMfy 

that I ua\ ii tak and nrrroMt. I look l>r. 

I'l/'.i 1 tar,>n,t Priutil'lion for a 
u /■■//. wai itlintd of llu pom, omd 
t m iu d inmtlM." 
T^R ever 70 tmiv, coaatlcM thmiamidl af 
""""irn, who miC»rr<l funclixnul monthly 
pains, hAvfi tAkra l>t. yiet<.t 's Kavurilr Pre- 
•cripCioa over a period of tunc— and hav* 
b— a owioraa IP tmt Ikat tSto iMWMrap- 
•dT haa holpad Ikm iraf4 It wm « bp 
men t 111 r diKomfortt. 

Most tmauac. Ihif •rirntiflc remrdT. for- 
mulated by ■ pf*ctirin| phy^irian, is fuaria- i 
tpad to contain no harmful druis no narcol- , 
Ics. In a Kiratiflc war. it improvri nutritional . 

lion; bripa build you up and ao in- | 
your r^siatance and (ortinr« tou 
iBucli of (ba dreaded functional paina 



J during Uiiilrrinc period. 

6oa'l pufter unaacetiarilr from sach 
■■■thlf fllirnmfnTl Oat Dr. Plerca'a Favorite 
Praacrlplioa from your dracglBL Dlarovor 
woMdarfuUf H ads to (sUm jay ol 



to retiring executive memters her 
congratulations to ncwlyeUcled of- 
ficers and executive, voicing tiic 
i wp e Wiat wti wi t l ie du» l e ium e d 

nifeiiiigs in Sept*»mber, the cloud 
now hanging over ihe world would 
have been dispelled. 

DELIGIITFL'L ARTISTS 

Tlie entertainment pari of the 
programme S-esterday .was unusually 
delightful, consisting of scenes '"om 
Shakespeare and Sheridan pre- 
sented bv Uie dL tinguLvhed Shake- 
spearean actors, Allan Wilkie. U.B.E., 
and Friedeswyde Hunter-Watts, who 
showed experienced artLstry and a 
fine command of stage technique in 
ttie Qii.irrel S<ene from Sherid.ui's 
"School lor bcandal." which they 
played together; the Borrowing 
Scene from the "Merchant of Ven- 
ice." where .Mr, Wllkle played the 
three roles (Y yhylo*k, Ua.s.'^aiiio. and 
Antonio,' the Lesson Scone from 
Henry V." played with great spirit 
a:irl charm bv Mis.s Hunter- Wa' i,s, 
Mill! M< l.wu holy Jaque.s' .soliloquy un 
II' .^>M n Ates of Man." given by 
Mr. Wilkir. 

Si.'uiiliirly ni)i>ix>pi late was the 
c,)i;clu(lini; iriitnbcr of l.'icir iifU rc ,;- 
Ing pcogramine, Hicliard le Oalliene s 
"Cry of the UtUe' People's. ' recited 
with Kreef feeling by Ml.s.s Himter- 
Watis. Written forty yeans ago this 
was, at. that time, a heart-rending 
plea for the oppressed little .peoples 
of Europe— the Cxechs. Finns. Poles, 
and Dan^s >ith il.s rnnrludli.,; 
j line.s ' If we iioihmK do but pity 
; when the little proplr.s cry, God 
gr4nt our souls, not theirs, eternally 
I to die." 

With the cltlb'a thanks to the art- 
I ists, M«i. Adam presented a corsage 
[ bouquet to Miss Hunter-Watts. 



BUTTER 

First Gradt yUbtrta Crtamtry 

3. .82' 



PRiCE^ fFFKTlVE WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY fk 



AND 8 



OVALTINE 



A DELICIOUS BEVERAGE 
DR1MK 

4-oz. can C3ch {iHc 

8-or. can each r»S** 

16-ox. can each t>8^ 




GRAPE JUICE 

Wtich's 

16 01 bot 

APPLE iUICE 

Sunripa. 

10 ox. cjn . , ...» 

PEACHES 

Lynn Valley. 

Nal 2 S4Mt fia.^ ««^^.^» 

PEARS 

Maple Ltti. ' 

~iS-at.-c#N 

BLACKBERRIES 

Hrlsum 

No. 2. imitit t »m , 11. . 11. • .. — >- 



-»or 



FRUIT COCKTAIL 



Libby't 

16-01. CM 



CJch 



MRS. JAMES A DAM 

Preudent l>y AccUmation o! the WottUfl'i ClUOU CHAT 
Its Aniraal Maatiag Yaalar4ay. 



W.B.A. Review No. 1 

The meetuig of W.B A. Review 
No. 1, was held on Monday evening 

in the K of C HaJl. with the presi- 
dent, Mr,s .\I Slpp»ien.s, in the 
tliair The provuicial healtli .super- 
vu.or. Mrs. L. Le OaUais, Vancouver, 
was ixesent. A report was made of 
several sick members, M' .d.mir.v a 
Ritchie,' W. Henson, A, Uavis and A. 
Taylor form the committee ar- 
ranging for the picnic to be held i 
on July 10 at Elk Lake for all mem- 
bers and juniors: MA. A. Ritchie 
t& in cliarge ol tlw traniportatlon. 
and those intending to go are asked 
to telephone her at E9947. Mrs. 
J. WinUT reported on a .succe.'^.sful 
card part.s held recent;;, at the lionie 
of Mrs. J. Watson, Thje Pioneer 
Club's next meeting Is to be In the 
form of a picnic, with tlie date 
to hr settled laioi The next .sowmR 
meetuiR will \w held on June 1- i'.t 
the home of Mfs. L. Oaetz. 1877 
Forrester Street. The Qu-Alex Olrls' 
Club.s next meetiiiK will be held on 
June 14 at the home of Mis M 
Borthwick, 756 Victoria Avenue Re- 
f reshmenU were served by the social 
rommlttee. 



Munro, the pre.^ident, in the chair. 
Mrs. W, F, Uaw.son wa.s in tliar;:e 
of the devotional period. Mrs. R. L 
Miller sang "Just for Today ' and { 
"Bless This House." and waa accom- 
panied on the piano by Mrs. Paul 
Green. The circle leadetli presented 
their quarterly reports and retunu 
Miss Marie McOougall, the deacon- 
ess, reported on her vLslt to the ' 
British Columbia Conference A 
social was held after the bui>ine&i> 
session, when tea was served. 



FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



Strawberries 



LOC A i »it H H lJU t t A T USUAL iVEtYDAY LOW PtICES 



CANTALOUPE 

Urt« Viae lUae 

ORANGES 

Large Juicy Vjicncit 



doz 



Ljr9i California Sweet.. . 6 far 



BANANAS 

Golden Ript ;. .a lbs. 

APPLES 

Faecy Micieei 9 Hkt. 

WATERMELON 

Rips and Lutcioey 



TOMATOES 

i Fin* Ripe Dtsartt. 8 Ibi. 

LEHUGE 

I Ljrgt Solid H**dl 'It for 

c i NEIMJAIAIOES 

iTssty Lecsi 

PEAS — 



Local. Full Podi 



5 Ibi. 



;.L«csl. FrMk, Tender , .,8 Ibi. 



3 btincliM 



PORK AND BEANS 

Sundown. 

PEAS 

Brodcr's Sit»f 4 
17 01 cjnj 

SPAGHETTI 

L.bbr'«. • • 

No-, I can 

DILL STRIPS 

Libby'f. 

26-es. bot.- 

SPINACH 

Aylmar . 

l6-»t. xan 

TORIATOES 

9((^. Aylmtr 
No 2 «quJt can 

CORNED BEEF _ 

Rflmtl Irand. 

No 1 cjii 

CHICKEN 

Ayfiwr ientitn. 

7 or c jn 

TUNA FLAKES 

Crawford 9 

JELL-0 

let Cffam Pcwd»r« Auorffd 

Piclijqc^ 

POTATO CHIPS 

Cello 

|MCt'J9» „ 

DATES 

Satr. Freib and moist. ' — — 

2 It ^ ■■ a _ 
-to. VfnV fKKWfW 

PEANUT BUTTER 

laiaress. 

le-ot. cartes . 

KETCHUP 

H<ini Tomato, 

M-oi. kol. 

HEALTH MEAL 

Dr Jackton'i. 
Packaqc 




sack 



CUBS 

Shredded Wheat. Reg 
ular packagts, tach 



Q^alltr Irand. 
Rsflslar psckafci 



jPEOPLE OF VICTORIA AND 
BRITISH COLUMBIA CALL 
MOSBY'S TONIC "SPLENDID" 



Mr. Bromley, of Alpha 
Street, I» Praising This 

* New, Scientific Com- 
pound — Was Nervous 
and Rundown — Couldn't 
Sleep or Eat Right-- 
Says Mosby's Tonic 
Ended Hit Suffering. 



Seldom in local history, hay many 
Leadlnft Drufflsts. has any medicine 
eau.";rd so much dlsru. slnn in this 
•rctlon as haa MOSBY s TONIC. 
People In all parts of Vu toria and 
this general Tlclnlty are now taking 
^nri prftlslnt f—thU "New Mixture 
of Root.s and Hrrb.s and Other 
Splendid Medicinal Agcnus. ' wlm li 
ta now being Introduced to nowds 
vtfally In this city by a Special 
Mosby's Tonic Re presenUthr. known 
Il.s Thr MOSBY TONIC Man. nt the 

Cunningham "Drug Store -i formerly 
Val»co«wr ■*l>rug Co.), Fort and 
Dotigls.'^ Rf^ And at thr same time, 
many local mon Ind womon— some 
of the Best Known RcsidcnUs of Vic- 
toria i^id Section— are coming for- 
wain dally with 6rateful Bute- 
mrnt.s. publicly rndor'^ltic Mosby'.s 
Tonic in llic nrwspnprrs nniffRlsts 
«t the Cunningham ■^■^•'^rs say 
thay have never before seen any 
medicine reoetve so many voluntarik 

s fK.ni Wldflv-Knwm 
People here in Vwloria. Among 4ha 
many local people who praL^e 
Mosby's Tonic, none Is more enthu. 
sla-sUr about thWNew Medicine than 
Mr. John Biomlpv. of fi^o .Mpha St, 
Victoria. Read Mr. Bromley's state- 
ment, praising ' and andontng 
lloebjr'a 1>onlc which follows: 

Lodnf Strength by Dayi : 
Wat Weak, Rundown 

"Most of my luuble was due to 
eonstlpatlon," said Mr. Bromlry. "I 

had baan auffering with bowel 
trouble far years, and this kept get- 
ting worse until finally my whole 

nynfem .vemed to be full of poUons 
became very nervous. I 




MR. JOHN BROMLEY, ef UO 
Alph.i St.. Victoria. Says He Fe*l» 

l.ikr Hiv, Srlf Ajain Siiur 

He looli .MOSBV S TOMC. It 
la a RirtcniM Medicine, and I 
S(r'u<civ Indaree It." He Says. 



In dhf.it. I frel like 
4_W> rral.Hfir •(tuln. Only 3 h<>ltlc!« 



and I 

•ouMat 



. .C»mft..8ft .lT.sk and rundown that I 
feli nice i didn't have a alngle ounce 
of energy In my body. That was my 
condition when I cot Mosby's Tonic, 
but before my first bottle was gone 
1 could feel n splendid change In 
my system In a few short weeks 
my bomeLt were regtilated better 
than they ha^r b.vti IN YEARS 
Now my nerves are stronger and I 
can alaep Jlke a tired schoolboy. I 

hiivr « lifulthy i«pr«'l»to nnd nUntv 
of rii^w *n»>rijv 
.mil rral. arlt 

of M.>-«bv Toiil.^ cll.l . . -..i 

for in«., «n<l I mm truly gratrfuL^iuliS 
new medicine la KPLKNIUD.^ ai»4 1 
wMit to «Jv§ n my fuium pralaa, — ^ 

Acts on Boweli, Stonwch, 

MOSMY TON'tf •rroirti>lliihr« xfv- 
rr«I fhlriRfl wilhtn Ifw hiini«n hoMv 
Mt lt»* name tlnif Th«t in ^^^■i•n< 
It rontnlnii !0 Inwrpdlpnl*' in.liKimK 
lit IloOlH mul !l»lrb« It r|r«ii«c< llii 
bow«>l!« nnd clcrtr-" »■« M^^t from 

nlomnrh. It ^nllvmi. the \\\rT. <-\r»nn 
AM bile from njmtern «nf1 rdirvrs 
blllrtniineiMi una ulch hoa'Urh* it in- 
\iir"rnt»'i Ihr ki<ln»'> «r(ic>r, ihnw 
p.foi>rl'iK tM«i knrh» \\>«k. norn-n'il 
t>n<>|.l<> fi^"n fr»l like fllfffrrnt ni»n 
anil wiinn'ii 

V Spr<i.Ti Ml■>l^l.^ K Tonli- ll«>pr>»i»'' 
t«ti\r kiinwn HI Ttm MoMiV T<iV|i 
Mnii l« now Ml Th» < M ' \ V 1 M ! U .A M 
(•ItlT'i .ST^>ll^; .foinifrU Vnnrom^r 
i'ni« Co), Fori ItoimliiK 

Victoria, ^lally m*rtinB crowlx of 



•at rleht. and ba- 



B90 

tbii 



^ plfj^andiatroauclfa aaa aaa^ 



Orphanage l ommilter 
The regular meeting of the ladies' 
ii.!' iM< i- was held on Monday, st 
. i': i:< : iant Orphans' Home, with 
■I,"' ;>i('Md<'nt, Mr,- O C HiicIk'.s, 
presidmg. There are forty-three 
children In t^e home, twenty-three 
girls and twenty boys, and thirty* 
two arc atrndlng .school. Three boyo 
camo In In May. Mr. MAore treated 
six of the boys to a drive to Gold- 
.stream and thirty-five of the chil- 
dren went to Foul Bay for a plrnlc 
on May 24. Tlicy were guests of 
the , y.llfc.C.A. at Wpfllngs Circus. 
The Blue Line took care of the 
transport .at ion and Ice cream. Tliey 
also went \i< thr cirrus (Ml Quadra 
street, Mr Jimmy Little treating 
1 iiem to popcorn. Visiting . ladies 
Un June are Mrs. Luney and Mrs. 

Kw.g 

* • 

I W.I,. Oak Itay Hubdlvision 

rile regular meeting of the Altar 
society of Our Lady of Lourdes 
I churdh and Oak Bay Subdivision, 
(■ W L . wn.^ held on Monday, after- 
•.•Kin nl llie lioine of Mrs. L. 
' Mllork-Websier. Imklea^ Avenue,' 
^ ,1. t he president, Mrs. J. C. Ciceri, I 
in ;i,e chair. Ways and means were' 
dLsru.'^.se<l of r()-o[x-rating m the war' 
effort and arrangement* were made 
to send blankets and a bolt of ma- 
terial to the Oak Bay Red Cross 
for it.s refugee work. Rev. Pather 
J, R, Buckley and twenty members 
were present. The new meeting 
wiU~»»-hakU In ga p » amhtr at the 
home of Mrs T C Ro«er."r,'83(Msland' 
Road. Tea was wrved after the 
meeting A low bowl of Oaias- 
borough cofies centred the table, at 
which Mrs. A. Thompson presided. 

T.V.A. Aaxlllary 

A silvrr tr.» will be held in the 
Tubercular Veterans' Clut>rooms. 812 
Blanehard Street, tomorrow after- 
noon, from 3:30 until 5:30 o'clock, 
under the auspices of the Woman's 
Auxiliary to the T V.A . in aid of the 
war work of that auxiliary. A mu- 
sMM- pvofframme ■> ^ -wMch Mrs. 
Bernard Lefevre will be the soloist, 
with MLm Stella Claxk as acrom- 
panlst, will be given and It will be 
in patriotic spirit that the aoogs will 
be chosen. Tea will be served by the 

tea rorr.inttiee and ir Is ho|vd that 
the affair Will be well p«i;onir.ed a.^ ! 
this will be the last effort before 
the holldaya and the sister aux- 
Ulariei and Mends are cordially In- 
vited to attend. Cards will be played 
in the evening starting at I o'clock. 

First I niled W A. 

The monthly meeting of the ger- 
«ral Women's Awdliary of Pirst 
United Chtirch waa held yester- 



Centennial W.N.8. AaxllUry 

The monthly meet me of the Cen- 
tennial E\ening Ai.Mliary of the 
W.M S was held at tlie home of 
Mrs. Peal. Gorge Road, on Monday. 
June 3, Mrs. J. Alton presiding 
Rev. S. S, Peat led the dovoyonal 
period, after which the guest speak- 
er. Mrs. McGinnts, gave an inter- 
e.stintr talk Thf la.'t chapter of 
the /Mclv lxK>lt. • MoviiiK .Million:,." 
wa.-. ivad by .Mi.^s .M.ugarei Carglll. 
Beatrice Jung and Mary Bong .sang 
two duet£. accompanied at the piano 
by Laura Mah Rev Mr. Peat rlo.s'-d 
the meeting with prayer, after 
whirh refreshments wert Served hy 
j the hostess. 
I . . • 

St. Saviour's W.A. 

1 St. Saviour's Senior W.A. held n 
I Rucre.ssful meeting on Monday after- 
] noon, with the president, Mrs. T ,t 
I E\'an.s, who led the mtrrcr ; i. i. 
presiding. The Junior s leader gave 
a gratifying report on the recent 
.silver t« .1 and .sale held- in the ParLsh 
Hall. Plan-s are well in hand for 
the garden party to bo held on July 
3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
George 8. McTavlah. 73S Lampson 
Street. The guest speaker was Mrs 
James EMxon, who gave a talk on ! 
"Unii\ '■ Mls.s M .SaundT.s spoke 
in appreciation of Mrs. EMxon's 
address. 

Red Shield w!a. * 

A meeting of the Red Shield 
Women's Auxiliary will be held at 

7:30 o'clock this evriuiic at the 
Salvation Army Citadel, Broad 
Street. New members who are In- 
terested in supplying Comforts for 
.service men are invited to attend. 
Shlpment.s of h,and-knlttert .socks, 
scarves and wristlets have been for- 
warded to the Salvation Army head- 
quarters, also woolens for evacuees 
i The weekly meeting of the Victoria 
Citadel Home Ijrnew will he held at 
2 30 o( i<wk on 'niursday afternoon 
in the nrond .Sire. t citadel. 
I.AnKrord Junior W.A. 



Cora FlikM 

Certo *^ 
Rubber Rings 

Wax PaptrSi^L 

Tissue 

Dog Food ? ,/'r ' 
OhipsoX. « y 

Soap I'Orr, lor 1 In 

cjke W for 



Oaakias 

Jar Caps 



Dsd'i. 

3-4es. bei . 
Kerr Economy. 
Di^ren pkg. 



..tack 



TEA 

HIGHWAY 
A FINE ILSND 

.49* 



Red or wliita. 
Package esck 



W .for 

Large 

package, sack ' 



cly complexion — 

Madiwa Q 
cske - . ^ 



Brooms 



fo 
Perfei, 

1«.et. betfle 

A BImrlcrjft prodaCt, 

Good quality 



Sliced Bologna ----- lb. W 
Cooked Ham, Sliced - - lb. 43<^ 



SLICED BRAWN, 

lb. 

SKINLESS WIENERS, 
lb 



MEAT LOAF, 
tiKad, lb 
MILD CHEESI, 



18 



BAKED HAM, choice, 

lb 

JELLIED TONGUE, 



each 



BEST FOODS 



Home Style DrtuiNfl« 

8-ox. jar 

16-ox. 

i*r 

French Dressing, 

4-oz jar 



19t ^ 

Cottage Rolls siv 25« 
Picnic Shoulders r- - 18^^ 



STEAKS— RED BRAND 

SIRLOIN lb i:7r* 

RIB lb 

ROUND lb.^r>o 



BRISKET— 
Grade "A" 

BLADE OR ROUND BONE 
ROASTS, Grade "A" lb 



lb 



MINCED SHOULDER STEAK..:.. lb. I6e 
STEW BEEF, Mil IP 2llit.23c 



SAFFWAY STORES, LIMITED 



A .sUver tea will be held in the 
Women's Itutltute Hall, Langford. 

on Saturday afternoon. June 15, 
from 3 to 5 o'clock under fho am- 
pice.s nf the Junior W A to S' Mat- 
^ihew's Church, Langford. There will 
be candy tlld fancy work stalU and 
the chlMam wULpreeent a aliort 
play. ' 



ECONOMICAL 

A (iff I* H.P. 
Mt a laf of 
AttlIUING_ 

rum ^] 



Gardes W.I. 
Holds Sho w 

Under the auspices of the OanK<- 
Women's Institute, the membei 
held their annual rote »how recent ly 
at the Mahon HaH, when the Ros> 
Bowl, presented by the late Lieu 
f ri.,in' -f ;f>\ emor. W. C Nlchol. wa.'- 
won by Mr.s. F. C. Praaer. who with 
^ . ^ eighteen points, the hlgheet number 
card pame announced ^ or "niursday obtained for exhIblU?. won the troph- 
is postponed untU June 13 to Room cec,; 
301 union Buikltog. ^ Spnneford A ■ -nd pn.e wa. 
Pro Patri. w'a. ' ' •»'Vded t/> Mrs. a Elliot, with 
^ «, . » Tcr- n-rar- . , — ..aUteen 4» o * aH ; a third to Mrs, C 
The W.A. to Paffia Branch, i;,! .7.]. „i 

Canadian Legion. .wlU hold a card 



Cathrdral W.A. 

Christ Church Cathedral .Senior 

Evening Branch of the W A will 

have a.«^ it.s Kuest epeaker on Thurs- 

da.v eveninfc its prayer partner. Rev. 

Robert C. W Ward, who has re- 

e*ntly arrived from the Yukon. It 

is hoped that all memberk will be 

able to attend. 

» • • 

Anny and Navy W.A. 

The W A fo Arrfiy and Navy Vet- 
eraxLs will iiold it.s usual monthly 

me< tliiK "n Moiida' . .June 10. The 



i 



s:lle 



House 



Dresses 

REG. 1.95 
FOR 4 pO 

ONLY I •■■3 

A. K. LOVE, LTD. ^ 

70S VIEW STREET UP FROM OOUGIAS 



SIZES 14 TO 
44 




social today nt 2 30 o'clock, at the 
We.stholine H^'trl Tlie next aoctal 
will be on Sat;irda\ at, 2:10 pj n 
Good prizes w4ikbe given. 

• . • • 
1 Oak Bay I'nit^d W.A. 

I The Oak Bay United Church 

W A win meet tfwiiorfOw in the 
i rhurrh parlor at 3:4ft pm All 

members are asked to attend as J- Byron. 

this It the iMt' mctUng for the Bowl of Polyantha roses— 1. 

seaaon. , 



,,SprinKford. with nine poinf: and a 
fourth to Mr. H. Crow, with .seven 
points. 

Winners In the yarloua claase^ 
were as follow*: " | 

<any variety) — 1, 
Mr». F, C. Turner . ' 2, Mm. Ji. B. 
■allot: 3. Miss F, Al-krn- 

Vaae of- climbing roees— 1, Mrs. A. 
B. BlUoLi. 



MAURICE CARMICHAEL 



SILVCISMITH 

WEDDING GIFTS - - 
Fineit QyjIitT — E«cluii»t 0«tiqni 



. SILVER 

— Mo<lc'«tt PriCtS 

1023 FORT STREET, VICTOHIA, I C. 




Mrs 



F. C. Turner; 3. Mrs C Sprtn?ford. 
Mo5t artistic arrangement of gar- 
lAngfonl Catholic iMifW 'den flowers 'Judtred by popular votei 

The monthly meeting <tf the Lang- —1. Mrs, C. Sprlngford; 2, Mrs. L. 
ford Subdlvtalon of the CathoUc wouat; 3 Mrs A B. Eliot 
Womrr s Leaaue will be held tomor- ; 551,5 rn**!f (different vanetrev -1. 
row eveiung at the home of Mr*. W 



Beafe, Island HiKhway. 



j The MinL<(ferlrg C lr d t W King « 
Daughters will hold its Iast-iae«tlng 

I for the season on Friday, In Ita 
rooms, Hlbbea BuUdlnc. at 3 pjm. 



H.R 

SAUCE 



MQCnMALT DBAMATiC CUTS 



MetnVr* of the ftqubnaM Dra- 

-.:\'\r Cl.ib will a.vL«t St the concert 
tn be given this evening by the 
w A to Britannia Branch of the 
Canadian Legion hi the clubreona. 
View Atreet. to aid. «f war wwfe 



Mrs. D. Simeon: 3. Mrs. Turner; 3. 
Mra. O. Bprtaflford. 

Two roses 'difTTen' varieties*— I, 

Mrs. Turner: 3. Or. OCaliaghan; 3, 
Mrs. Sprlncford. 

One rose— 1. Mr H cross; 3, |fn. 
Turner; 3, Miss Aitkens. 

spray of rosas— 1. Mra. 



USE ZAM BUK 



e::io; 2. Mrs.' J. Byrop; 3. Mrs. 

Rprlnfrford,' • — "-vr-r" .. 

Victorian bouquet of garden now- 
er»-l. Mrs. L. Mouat; 3. Mrs. Bni&t 
3. Mrs. Sprlngford 
Vaae of garden flower.s for centre 
,ea t^bie 'fQi,W.I. members only 
—Mrs. Elliot. 

The Judge. Mr.^J A Mouat. Beaver 
Point. expresMd his admiration for 
the many perfect blooms and his 
difficulty in choosing the winners. 

Some lovely roses, not for com- 
petition, were cxMtMtad by Mr. 
Monk. 

Tea was served at small decorated 
tablaa ta tha. hall undar the man- 
agement of Mrs. BUot. sxslsted by 
Mra. D Fyvle, Mra. W. T. Burkltt 
and other — Mbar s Of tha con- 
jnittee. . 

Ilia Mm derlvod froM tha show 
win be pia/^ed towards Uw funds of 

the. organization 



COMfLETI LIN£ OF 

Ice Refrfgirit«fl 



lASY TERMS 
200 Lbi ef ice Free »e lack 

NMt Firiitirt Ct. 



■tt POBT ST. 



raom ateti 
iMra at. 



What's in a name? Well. If'I 
a long time before any British 
\n christened Adolf 



i 



DANCE RTt'DfO RECITAL 

T r vi'.ir' pr,wkes' studlo of tha 
>\xij I- \ «ill appeisr to rMrltal 
«• 'he Empire Theatre on Friday. 
June 7, at ft:!! pjD. Ballet, acro- 



When You Stors 
Your Furs 
With FOSTER'S 

T*« Of toaarrS acatnat toaa 00 SsaMt* 

frai 
worn 



Foster's Far Store 




8 



THE DAILY COf.OXTST. VICTORIA. H C. WKDNESPAV. JUNE. 5, l.»tO 





Social Activities and Notes of Personal InteresL 



Social and Personal ^^^^y^^ Is Invited to Beautiful Gromds\Mr. andMrsM J.Fisher 

Are Hosts at Reception 



B«ceivM Girt 

- A lUrpruF party was given on 
TueiKUy eveninf, m honor of Mus 
OUv« Dalby, whoM mirrtaie to Hr 

Frank H. Crocker takrs iWarf Uus 
nionUi, by Ml.s.s I'ittiicia Lock, v.ho 
en>rtaincd «t i/ie home of her aunt. 
Mrs. C. Holmao, :>!09 Beephwood 
Avenu*. After the arrival of all the 
gUf.sU. M1.S.S DalDv V..' |)ic»nt"d 
Hiitli a handsome colKe labk-. lo- 
fsther with » corsagA bpuquet of 
rosebucU, from l>er friends. M)" 
evening wa* spetn iriaying gain«».i 
•nd a biift' ; -pi>rT wa.^ .'irrvrd 
later. Mrs. R. Dalby and Mis.. A 
Crocker, mothera of tiie bride and 
froom-to-br. rrsjjcrtivrly, presided 
•t the prrliily-iuTuini*^! table, for 
.Which JXink p -'iiiii m a ciu I.;!:;:--, 
bowl, with lighted floral tapers in 
Dastel Rhades placed among the 
blooms fniin''(1 an .Tfinrtup centre- 
piece. HobCi. HiKl otiier Si.nimer 
flowera also flrcorated the rooms 
The fUCAts were Mesdames R. Dalby. 
A Crocker, E Foster. C F. Ban- 
nrld A Lork H t^hfliidlrv U 
Crawford, R. WaUson, o. bniilh. H. 
Held. O. Dalby, R. Wakeham. A 
Flutke. C Hoiman, H. Flynn, R 
fihanka. J. Dalby xnd Missta E. M. 
Dalby, M Har|yr. Amelia Levy. 
Jean Bcott. Joan Roblrtson. Isobel 
Ollroy, Betty Ballantyne, Patricia 

0alb]r,and BUeen Crew. 

• « « 

Canadian ( luh Tea i 

Mrs. K W Hetiifrlngton and Mrs 
W. II. Tardley poured tea af the 
Women'! Canadian Club party In 
"the lounRe of the Emprem Hotel 
follo'AiiiK vr.iprdav afternoon's 
mrettng. Tliose present were Mr 
Allan Wttk le , Miw Waw l w Walla 
Mendames K C Dniry, A. J. Camp- 
bell. James Ad«m P E Taylor, H L 
Campbell w n Wii.'ou t a Johti- 

AHknia"^^ C^^Mcharda. D. O. Cam- 
tron, C H. Griffiths. J G. Miller. 



Rev. Monslgnor Boker and Hr. 
Father Monaghaii .Mi^n Vnu I'-ab- 
blngton waa in chargv of tiie sil . <-.- 
edU«ctlbp. The annual meeting of 

t)l»vahimnne will bo l»f '.<i n. ,I ;;Tr 
27,' at • p.in , m the Blue K..-01:: a' 

the Convent.. 

• • • • 
iCnnivenary Party 

A .surpriAo partv wa& licVri re ru'ly 
at the hon-.r cif Mr. and Mi.v U M 
McAuley, 1756 Srcond Street on ;iir| 
occahion of the twenty-second anni- 
versary of their wedding. Cai<i.> 
an<l gsmes *orc pla\od the winners j 
being Mr H.irrv .Silvrr. Mr.v F. j 
Welsh, Mr K H LoH .M:s J H ' 
Potta and Mr. Harry Brenen. Supper i 
waa served from a prettily decorated | 
tab> A (.•<>r.'-aKe botiqupi of pii.k ; 
carnatlonh and maidenhair fern wn*, 1 
pcesented to Mrs. McAuley, and 
during .lupper an ebony vase, em- 
bos-sed with sterling silver, wa.s 
presented to thr guc-^i.s ol honor 
Tlioae present were Mr. and Mis 
Harry Silver. Mr. and Mr*. J H 
rott.s Mr. and Mrs R H L/)ii 
Mr and Mr*. F Wel.vh. Mr and 
Mrs Rov EnKlL-h Mr and Mi 
Harry Brenen, .Mr. and Mrs. A. 
HowmUm, and Mr*. O. Welsli. 




Mr and Mrs. H. Jutaoa yither.| the host and hQfrtes£. and Miaa U«A 
who were celobi ating their golden , McAnally poured tea and coffee, 
wedding day, lAeicomed about 100 while the Mii&es Patricia and Brenda 
friends at then- beautiful home cn Gibson and Mr. Humphrey Gibson,! 
Tudor Avenue. Ten MUe Point, yea- granddaughters aftd gr andson of 'the ' 
lerday afternoon, the garden making hbtta, atRT'Mn. HlltOff "W«*f Iffe 
a perfect scttUiK .'or the party. among lhO.se who a.s.visted .n .servmg. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were married | In addition to tlie beautiful glfus 
fifty years ago yesterday in Yardley I of flowera, Mr. and Mrs. Fiaher te- 
Pari£h Church. Woroestor.'hirr Eng- ' cx-ivcd !r..iny < .iblr.- and tolcgrainh 



Ji!*i sA¥ -t H.*atia IT- 

, AT THf 

BAR6AIN BASEMENT 

SHEER AFTERNOON 
DRESSES 



PLyME SHOP, LTD. 



747 YiUi Strctr 



Hatley Park. Which WUl Be Open, to the Public Today From IC A.M. to S P^M. Under the Auspices of 
tba CoUKPOd^JKttmtn'a laatitut*. Th« Gate Receipts Will Be Donated to fte .QuMtt AUJUndra Solarium 

and for Community Betterment. 



fit) •■ in Victoria. Mr. Victor Gille.s 
Ls l« a\inK for San Francisco by 
H(trnu)on.s b'Mt!. liH'.ii'.; i.i.'-it/^d Mr 
and Mrs. SUnley Porter, 876 Maddl- 
son Street, and renewing aequalnt- 
anre.'^ with friends after SB abatoce 

of .several vear.s 



Party for Bride-to-Be 

In honor of Misj. Mav McColl. 
who.»e inarna^je wiU take place thia 
Saturday, Mr.i. Wlllmni Watk'.s', en- 
tertained at tlie home of her mother. 
Mrs. J B. Clague, bn Oacar Street, 
on Sunday afternoon Upon her 
arrival. MLss McCoU wa.s given a 

corsage »ouquei « P*"» ^tT***"1 Celebrating Annlvr 
and sweet pea«, and lat^r a, large 
cloth*"."! basket filled with Wful 

kru-iieu gilli Aa^ urciCiUed to her. 

The tea uble and room.s were 

charmlnglv^ arranged with early 

Siinnnrr flowers. The invited guests 
I %fTe Mf'^d«mef« John McColl, J E. 
! cifi'-MK- V We.'-t. and .Mb.'-rs Lalia 

McLieod. Joyce Appleyard, Rof>e 



Mr. and Mr.v 



rsarv 

A .\I Witmer, 



-iyW/ss Pei^^iry Mulliner Is 
Bride of Mr, R. Freethy 



A quiet but pretty wedding was [ brown and white printed lilk frock. 

Iiuit l i OaHiu - a whtt * eeral petattad oceUace, a 

8 31) orio<k la.^t rvrninR, »hort White coat and Brtton aailor 



911 dra 



Cralgf lower Road. wlU celebrate 



when Very Rev. S. H. Elliott, Dean I hat 



H. D. Brumptoh. J. W, Jones. Alfred 
Carmirhael, F. Rodgcrs uNew Yorki. 
A. V. Hamilton. Alan Stevenson. C 
W. Bradshaw. Dareua Holder. M B 
Turner, H. G Garr*>tt. .S J Wllli.s 
Charles Conyrr.s. H M .Sinitli, F A 
Willis. H (■ KinKlioMi, (i J Alrx- 
•nder. R. R. Taylof, W. Booty •On- 
tario). Archie Wilbi, A. H. Cox, How- 
ard Taylor. H C MarCalliim. M E 
Bailer. N. E. C(K)k 1 EfiinonK;)n 1 . Ed- 
win TOmlin, Studdert Kennrdy. H 
A. Studdert Itennedy (California), 
Richardson. Brake, Anderson (Ida- 
ho 1. Pater^on and Ml.s.ses Finch 
Page, LeNeveu, Ballard. A. Russell. 
Marjorie Glllard, Isabel Andtreon. 

•nd May Joyce. 

• • • 
■hawer Hostefs 

' Miss Marlon WIngate entertained 
■it the hoiTiP of her ))arenti.. Captain 
•nd Mrs. W- Wingate. 871 Niagara 
Btr^t, on Tuesday evening at a 
showrr for Ml.'^.t E.stelle Macdougall. 
a bride to-be Games were arranged 
by Mi.vs Davma Dingwall, and a buf- 
fet supper was served from a table 
centred with a enntal ball with ai 
alnglr whitf ro.«e and flankod bv 
whltr taprrs Th^ roffpr urn wa."( 
'presldrd o\rr by Mi'^ VVinKat**. and 
Mlsacs BeaUioe Godson, Joy Savage 
•nd Davtna Dingwall assisted in 

serving FollnwlnR .supprr thr Rifts. 
Vhieii were concealed in a ba.sket 
In the form of a rosebud, were pre- 
sented to the guest of honor. Among 
the invited guests were Mesdames 
D. D. McTavlsh. Alexander Mac- 
dougall. C. 8. Uonnason, E. McLeod. 
A. Robert*. N. Burdick. Woods; 
Mi.ues Joy Savage, Evelyn Taylor. 
Peggy and Marv' White. Mabel 
• Nlchol. I>Bvina I>:..'all Dnreen 
•nd Alice King. Ruth McTavlsh. 
Owen Wright, .Beatrice Godson. 
PhvlHs Dodsworth. Marjory Delf. 
BernadetU Corcoran and Bett^ 



Alumnae Tea 

A silver tea was held on Sunday 
•t St. Ann's Aesdemy by members 

of the alumnae, Mrs P A. Flt^sim- 
mona and Miss Oeraldlne MuriaN 
•a convener'^ Tea was .■n vrd bv 



Webb, Rope Flnmort, Lillian Grant. 
Enid Bates and Jane ClSfue. 

• • • 
Preaentation of (iift^ 

.AmonK the numerous gllUs re- 
crived by Miss Peggy Mulliner and 
Mr William Ralph Freethy, prior 
to their marriage la.'^t evening, were 
a standaid tiiht*- l.m'p from the 
Bntijih Columbia Electric Employee's 
AMociatlon; electric coffee servlee 
and tray, an electric ml.xer from the 
bridegroom's a.vioriatps on the elec- 
trical staff; a KfiiAond blanket from 
the brides former a&sociates at Uic 
Mudooh's Bay Co.; a silver cake 
plate from the Out -Door Club, to 
which they both bf-long. and a 
crystal decantor, goblets and wine 
glasses from the Cathedral Branch 
of the A.Y.P.A. 

• • • 
Party at Naaaimo 

Cotnpllincntmg Ml.^.s Barbara 
Bearce. Nanalmo, who is to be mar- 
ried In the near future, Mrs. Wlljiam 
Hocfsn, Stewart Avenue, Nsnaimo. 
entertained the Ducheaa Bridge Club 
recently Mrs W. B, J. Eknv, Vic- 
toria, a former member of live club, 
wa.s preseot. MIm Bearce was pre- 
sented with a reading lamp, on be- 
half of the elub memljers. Refresh- 
inpiit,"; wrrr nerved from a table cen- 
tred with mauve stocks and sweet 
peas. Mrs. F. Reynolds presided- at 
the t*a urn and Miss Mary Foster, 
niece of tiie ho&tcss. and Mia* Joyce 
Bhm( SMtsted In .serving. 

• « • 
Christening <>rrrf»onv 

The infant daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. W. E. Bradner, Olen Lake 
Road, wa.s christened by Revr A. E 
Bruce, in .St. Joiw's Church, Col- 

wood. on .Sunday, at 2:30 p tn r. ,<' 
godparents include Mrs. William 
Laird. Miu Louise Kastman end Mr 
Arnold RamslWld Mrs .1 VV Mar- 
shall stood proxy for Mrs Laird 
Tea wa.s served afterwards ai the 
horn* of the child's parents. The 
table was decorated with roaes and 
centred with the chrUtening cake. 
Miss Ka.»tman poured tea. 

Sketch Hub 
The Sketch Club of the Arts and 



wedding on Thursday, Jime 6. by be- 
ing at home during the afternoon 
and evening to welcome any of their 

friends who wish, lo call on tbtlB. 

• . • • 
Hobtese at Tea 

Mrs M. R. Caverhiil entertained 

a f« w friends at tea yesterday after- 
noon at her home on I.liidrn Ave- 
nue in honor of Mrs S nnxtnn who was hnnK igned rendered "BiPatlie 



O f Crturn l Jla. u l B e tot ed at the 

rlage of Peggy Eileen, elder daughter 
of Mr and Mrs. F O. Mulliner. 1236 
Yates .streri. and Mr. William Ralph 
Freethy. only son of the late Mr. 
W. R. Freethy, and Mrs. Wreethy, 
!?';--l).c Street. 

Mr S. F. Bulley played the wed- 
ding marches, and as the register 



Oti. thpir xcturn Mr. and Mrs. 
Freethy will make their home at 
1344 



Weddings 

DAVISON— BLAIR 

wedding was held 



recently arrived with her hus b an d 
from Vancouver to live here. 

Regina ViaitMv 

Mrs. A. D. Mann. 644 Linden Ave- 
nue, has as her guests her brother 
and sLster-ln-law, Dr. and Mrs. E. T. 
French. Regina, and their son and 
daughter, who will be here for about 
a'week. 

At I>eep Cove 

Lieut. - Colonel and Mrs. Lee 
Wright and family left Victoria on 



G ar U», Bfcath of Gori." VaM:s Ql 



blue delphiniums and roe*s 
arranged on the . altar, and durmg 
the ceremony the bride and groom 
• t'^xi between bssketc of similar 
flowers. 

THE BBIDB 

The bride, who wa»> ci > n awav hv 
her father, looked radiant m a 
girlish floor-length frock of white 

stanhPd cliifTon over tafTft.a em- 
broidered in pastel shaded fhoniUe 
roses. A V-neck fiul sliort puff 
Saturday for their cottage Rt Deep slrrvo>, wrre features of "^^f' 
cove, where they hope to remam and ihr skirt was very full. With 

thLs wx. worn a Juliet cap of live 



for the Summer months. 

Leaving for HaUfax 

Mrs. Richard H. Angus and her 
little .son will inave today for Van- 
ronvrr lliciue bv plane to Halifax 
to jom her husband, Lieut. R. H. 
Angus, R.C.N.VJI. 

• ♦ ' • 
At Sylvia Cavrt 

Dr. and Mrs Strwart 8 Holland. 
Victoria, made a short visit to Van- 
couver and wero gueits at Sylvia 
Court 

At James Bay Hotel 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mercer have 

arrived from C.ilgary to .M)end a 
few wo^ks at tiip .I|pjes Bay Hotel. I 

I 

At Summrr tamp ^ j 
Mrs. c. W Brad.shaw has taken 1 
up residence for the Summer at htr 
cftmp at Cordova Bay. 



Weddins Is 
Of Interest 
In Victoria 

VANCOUVER, June 4 (CP).— Mis.s 
I.sabel Ann Paterson. only daughter 
of Mrs. K. B. Spurgln. Vancouver, 
and the late Lieut William Pater- 
son, O.C.M., Cowichan. B.C., was 
marrird hprr today to Walter King- 
man Mo'.son. elder son of Mr and 
Mrs Walter Molson. Montreal 

White stocks in. luxuriant clusters 
decorated the altar at St. Helen's 
Anglican Church where Rev D. P. 
Watney officiated fctandard.s of 
vari-toned Summer flowers flankM 

clasMi. Solos were sui»g by Miss | ^j^gn ^ ©f- De»lso«»-|^e chancel rail and lace bouquets 



Miss Rose McKenna. the president, crafts Society met at Gonrale.s HiU 
and tlie Sister Superior and her|„, Monday afternoon and .sketched 



«;afT thP table arranged with .snap- 
<lragons and re*n candles. Pour- 
ing tea were Mrs. F. J. Sehl and 
ML^s Flora Hamilton Burns, while 
assisting m serving were members of 
the commercial and matricQlStlon 



' !• vhd >arrow and other ii.itive 
flowers and views of' the Olympics 
•een through the pine trees. , An 

al fresco tea wa.s enjoved bv the 
members, who decided to meet at 
the same spot next Mo!-.da\ after 



Og^bvtft McDonald sad Mlsa 

Dorra.s Mnir. .si'ter Mary NoTten 
•a accx)mpani.st. and a ptano aoJo 
was played by Ml.ss rlorrttn 
saranna. Rev. Mother Provincial 
WM • m<>t of ho|^. in addition to 



Road, near the cairn. TtiOM at- 

fenclmk" «ill i>e expected to fO pre- 
pared for a picnic tea. 

Betuming Soath 
After spending two months' holi- 



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Pail, at 

House Broom, sai 
Scrub Brush.. 

Zinc Wash 
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Boyt' 
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CABINETMAKING 

And GtssrgJ Wotd .Wsrkinf-MHi*i « M«» Wb* 
In^rist IwilW lillwiNi Fibs 

The Red + Cross WorkshoiL 



of syrlnga marked the guest pews 

(r.camlnr Ivory .satin molded the 
wedding gown of the bride, the l«i»ng 
train .sweeping from a circular inset 
at the hiplinc. below the fitted 
bod toe. Belf^oovered ' buttons ex- 
tende<! from the hack of the heart- 
shaped neckline to the waist and 
the sleeves were, long -and pointed 
over the hahds. A net veil cascaded 
to the end of. the train from a 
coronet ftf stepharotis and small 
lover.s' knots were scattered on the 
skirt to lend restrained detail She 
carried a spray of Johanna Hill 
ro.«es and derp-toned orchids ' 
.Kits Phylllf MilUgan, Vancouver, 
and Miss Sylvia Plddlngton. Vic- 
toria, attended the bride, who wa<< 
given in msnrlage by her uncle, Mr 
Henry Busa. Victoria. Mr Perclval 
T Mohon Montreal, was hi* 
brother s groomsman. , and Mr 
James Tyhunt, Victoria, setsd as 
usher. 

After a recoption at the home of 
the brides mother. Mr and Mrs 
Molson left for a visit to Van- 
couver Island. Banff and Jasper 
Ij^ter they will fly, to Montreal, 
wliere they will reside. The bride 
formerly attended St Margaret s 
School. Victoria, and has many 
friends thwt. 



Sweetheart rosebuds and white sweet 
peas -""and white lace mittens. A 
white prayer book showered with 
tiny roaebuds was carried by the 
bride. 

Attending her was her sister. Miss 
Betty Mulliner. in a frock of forget- 
me-r>ot blue .starched chifTon over 
taffeta made in redingote style and 
fastened from the V-neck to fitted 
waist with self-covered buttons. The 
coat and short pufT sleeves were 
edged with matching Chantllly lace. 
Her blue doll hat was surmounted 
by a large pink rose and was Ued 
at. the bark of her l:ead with pink 
velvet ribbon, and In her blue-gloved 
hands ahe carried an arm bouquet 
of blue dcl|jhlnlu0iB and Plhk snap- 

drairons. 

Mr. Ted Hart was bc^f man. and 
Mr. Christopher Howiand and Mr. 
Herbert Clegg were ushers. 

RECEPTION HELD 

The reception was held in the 
lower Shrine Hall, where a profusldn 
of pink and blue flowers had been 
arranged, the bride and groom 
standing beneath a white trellised 
arch decorated with roses and silver 
leave.s which was reached by an 
open Ka'eway Mrs MulluiCr wel- 
comed ttie guests in a gown of hya- 
cinth blue soft chiffon with a deep 
bodice of matching lace adorned 
with* a cor..age spray of pale pmk 
rosebuds, and a pink floral turban 
and veil. Receiving with her waa 
the bridegroom's mother smartly 
dres.sed In black lace, a black hat 
with touches of white and a corsage 
bouquet of lavender blue sweet peas 
and bouvardla. 

The attractively appointed supper 
t^le was lighted *Vh tall white 
candles, and In the centre was the 
bride's cake standing among vases 
of flowers and this she cut after the 
toa.st had l^een proi>o,sed by Mr. D. 
C. Robertson an old family friend. 

For » honeymoon trip on the 
Island, the brtdo Mt ta s ehocolste 



The wedding was held al the 
Fairfield United Church at 9 o'clock 
.'^attirday evening. Rev. ti. J.. Crees 
had Ixen Dnrothv I.ove Blair. 

only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. E. S. 
Blair, 194 Olive Street, and Mr. 
Frederick DavLson, third son of Mrs 
M A. Davison, 318 Mary Street 

C^iven in marriage by her father 
the bride wore, an afternoon frock 
of powdered blue sheer crepe, with 
a .small matching hat and a corsage 
bouquet of gardenias. She was at- 
tended by her cousin. Mrs. Marion 
Mitchell, in a grey flowered frock 
and pink accessories, and wearing 
pink gerbia daisies Mr. Rober: 
Davison, brother of the groom, was 
best man. 

, After the ceremony, the \vedding 
party of near relatives wa.s enter- 
tained at tha borne of the bride% 

parents. 



land, and came to Victoi-u. m 1927. 
Mrs. Fisher wa.s fonnerls .Mi.s.s Mary 
Ash, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. 
Riding has always been theSf- favor- 
ite pfl-^tune, and although Mr. 
Fliher gave up active participation 
In fldiXlg ' i m Thunt Ing after icavmg 
England, Mrs. Fisher has, been a 
prominent member of the Riding 
Club here and ha* taken- -many- 
I>ri2es in Canadian a;id inter- 
national horse shows. 

A large representatiMi of mem- 
bers of the club and of the Victoria 
Polo Club were among the guests 
who rsllrtl yrnterday aflfrntmn in 
extmd their good wishes and con- 
gratulatlon.s to the bflde and groozp 
of fifty years ago. 

GUESTS RBCBIVfeD 

Mr and Mrs. FUher received their 

a 

frieiicLs on the lawn in front of Uie 
hou.se, and in tho dra wlng '-room and 
"n tlM veranda masses of beautiful 
flowers, sent by friends, made a 

lovely ."netting. Yellow and deep 
flame-colored antirrhinum, rases, 
carnations and folden-yellow iris 
predominated in the bouquet* and 
on the table, on whlcfi Stood the 
three-tier wedding cake, vases of 
lYiIisman ros>es were effective. 

M r s. — Plsh e i ' wwe — « — b ecp mirg 
gown of soft bhic lace, with a white 
feather hixx njid broad-brimmed 
white liat triinmed with deep ntf-c 
velvet leaves. She wore fine hand- 
made laoe mittens embroidered with 
tiny be.ids In a flocsl p»tt<>rn, and 
(airicd a Victorian posy of Talis- 
man T(\r.. and forget-me-noUs tied 
with gold ribbon. Assisting her 
mother in receiving was Mr. and 
Mrs. FLsher'/i 01. h dauuhtei. Mr.s. 
C. P. Gibson, who wore a floral 
chiffon gown and matching pictiur 
hat. 

Tea and Icea were served in the 
rase garden, where long table.s were 
decorated wltii bowls of Talisman 
roses and yallow margtierites. Mrs. 
Philip Fisher, daughter-in-law of 



from fiii'iulvs m F.i.t''..i: «i .•■ d r'_sp. 
where, conveying ti ■ • . •. ; 

I«st evenii)g a fainJy dinner party 
waa held ^t the Smpress Hotel. 



At the Hotels 



m.\LICl.M BbAlll 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Wi'Tuthill, Ta- 

coma; Capt and Mrs. D B. Clark, 
F. O. White and .son, Mr and Mrs 
E. L Boultboe, Dr. J. C. Hiomas 
atul «ou, Vancouver; Mrs. Gardner 
Hall. Boston. Mas-s ; Mrs. C. D 
Schofield, Vutoiia; L" C. S. Sully. 
Vancouver, V. O. Williams, Tlic 
Dalles, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 
Black. H R- MacMiUan, Van- 
couver; Col. Nigel Bou'rke. H. J 
WcMi. .s K Campbell. Victoria; 
Gordon Farrell. F. V. Lumb, yan- 
couver; A. C. Turner and B. Alley. 
Toronto. 



the home of Dr and Mrs. T. A. 
Rickard. Liuni>M>n .s.reti reported 
that plans were progressing. Mg. 
Vincent, ways snd iwiisng senfsnsi'. 

reported that the last dance of the 
season had been a success and the 

series will be dLsctmtlnued until the 
Autuom. The aimual picnic will be 
held on August 1. with Mi>. B. Vin- 
cent as convener Paid tip members 
may ot)tHin il.cir ticket-, at the next 
nKTting. 



KK<MIIliAt.T CT.tf 



Th e B w iulmalt O o mmtmity Glub 
met on Monday eVening in 81 

Paul.s ran.sh Hall./Mrs. R. McVie 
pretiiding. Mra. draper reported 
tliat sixty-tliree visiti had been paid 
to the sick during May. Mrs. Ald- 

ridKC general con\ener of the gar- 
den party to be held on June 19 at 
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MUNDAY'S 

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LAYETTl S SHAWLS. 
Si4tt 

DIAPERS I Per Do*. 

THE STORK SHOP 

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In Capsule Form 

Powdered veiwt containing S'ltamin 
"B " complex, increases the »p|>eti»«, 
a.s!*i!*ts m rlimmation and relieve* 
' neurit 10 'I liomnnds are pnjoynn^ 
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Y< ,^^t hersu.'e of its grneral tonie 

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Cuaninghap Dnic Stores ssd elker 

dhigi ' 



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SUMMER SALE 

Hilf-Prlre Rrrturlinni In ^11 I in'i 

Luclen Moun«'t 

till RROiin ttrKKFT nwi? 



WE CLEAN AND PRESS 
CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR 
COVERS 
Drs^ sad Carpets Are Cleantd 




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FORT at OUADRA 



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KITCHEN 

IN OUR 

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Mr. and Mrs. Pavison wUjl make 
their home in Victoria. 



MADDEN— JENMN(;s 
Tlip engaKonient u, announced by 
Mr.v W. E WilkliLson f)f her brother, 
Plying Officer Humphrey Oliver 
Madden, son of the late Rev and 
.Mr.i. Wyndham Madden. Victoria 
and Eleanor Marjorie, daughter of 
Colonel and Mrs. J. Leslie jer!hings. 
Ottawa. The marriage will take 
plaee at 8t. Andrew's Church.. Of- 
tawa« June t. 

80RENS0N— RRIDGE 

Mr. and Mr.*; W P Bridire, 221 
Robertson street, amioiuue the rn- 
gagement of tiieir vnuuKc.^i daugh- 
ter. Marjorie Mabel, lo Mr. William 
fSverre) Sorenson, only aon of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. S. Soreaion. 1621 Hollv- 
wood Crescent. The wedding will 
take place shortly. 



BUY BEAUTY 
of HAiF-PRfCE 



Witty Kitty 



NBW .TOKK. Jiin»-» Hie 

Military Tralntns Csrr.pis Vv^'vla- 
tloii of tiie United SUtes L> raiMng 
t3M.00O to finance a campaign to 
Bopulsr support for the im- 
of peseetuw 




V^ lb. Jor 

HELENA 
RUBINSTEIN'S 

MlUaU 'tmmt ■ i ■ 

WAmruiy 

CLEANSING 
CREAM 

regularly 2.00 



FOR FOUR DAYS MORI 
Jane 5 t* I, iwcHisivt 

SPECIAL 1.00 



Doa't 
freak. 



GreaMls; 

to a ' 



.11 hi 
thnii«aiMl 
■ frr.t. 



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iT« y«a 

women «i»vt — 

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I mediate Intreduellan 



"Surf riding. ' says Hi|h-Fl)ing 
no, is her Men «f tonahlBt snly 
the tls vftU d 



Mirms-Temy 



Changes of Bus Schedule 

Saturday 
JUNE 




VICTORIA-SIDNEY 

WEEK DAYS 
Lsi»a Victerie L**"* 

' . . 7 50 * m. 

7:45 S.ei.' 9 20 *m. 

11 20 J m 

2 05 pi". 

3 50 pwi. 



1:15 p.m. 
3 00 p m. 

5 15 pm 

6 IS pr- 

• 9 )5 pm. 
11.15 P m. 
Monday, Wtdncsday, ftii»r Only 



Ltsve Vkferis 



7:35 p m. 
•10:00 PM. 



Lesvt Sidaey 
7:41' e.ai. 
f lis a« 

11:15 sm 

2 00 p m. 
4 15 pfn 

7 30 p.m. 
•* 10:15 p.m. 



"* Meedsy. Wcdn«$4«r, Friday, Sstvrdsr Daly- 

SUNDAYS 



10 15 t m. 
1 00 p.m. 
3 00 a.m. 
<:15 e.m. 

9 00 p mT' 
10 15 pm 



Leave Rett Hcfse 

9:20 s.m. 
11:05 a.m. . 
1 50 pm. 
3 50 p m. 

7.35 p m. 



Leave Mae? 
f :IS PM. 

2:00 eie. 
4:15 p.m. 

7. JO pm. 



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VICiORI A-WEST t AANICN 

WEEK DAYS ~ 



Latva — i L««»« 

Vwferis lytchsft'i MoodyiHe 

7:00 »•"- 7 50 f m. 

900 sm. 9:40 s.m. 9 50 • m. _ 

130pm 2. 05 e-M- 2 .15 p.m. . 

5 JO p m «'tO p . m . '' Mtt P M, — 

9 15 p m t« dettinatwn onIt. 
**'1T:1S eJit fe destieitiee setf. 
* from Ci'ntr of lf«nVwood CoHegt R-)*^ Kcitmj Cr»stre«d 
'_,Mof»d»r. Wednesday. F"d«r 0»»tr T««»d*r, Tharsdsy, Utmiij Only 

SUNDAYS 
, IbMV9 BsfdMrt'i 
* t4li.ei. 

^I:SD p4a- 
741 pjR- 



7 45 • m 
10 00 < m 



Lftre Vleterie 

9 15 J m 
1 JO p m 
7 15 pm 



Leavf MMdyWfc 

10:05 PM. 
1:15 pas. 

• lOO PM. 



10 15 pm t« d<ttin<tion only. 



Vktsria SsH Sprmf \iimi4 
Victoria' Deep Ce*e 
VKteris-Jeedsa Rrver 



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niE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. WEDNESDAY. JUXfe 5. 1940 




FINANCE - COMMERCE . MARKETS 



New York Mart 




Gains Are Small 



NBW YORK. June 4 (/T, -Quiet 
buying of »ieel*. airorafta and .speci- 
al' irs today helptd Um Uock market 
get back on lu feet despite the 
handleapA of bearish war news. 

'Hie arlvaii'-<< wa.s *ck'cUvc and 
gauia of fractions to morr than two 
BOtafSLWCre chipped <1oaii a bit at 
the close. 

The fly lo UirT^Uying ointment 
"Wfa that the uptiurn waa accom- 

plLvhed on the .vmallest voluino for 
a full sr.^.slon .sincr July 10, last year 
Trani»ferj> totaled 409 800 shares 
compared with 445,705 the day be- 
fore. Dm Aasoctated Praaa average 
nf Mxtv Uauaa «u up J of a, point 

at 38 4. 

Prominent gainers included U. 
8. Steel, Bethlehem. Douglas 
Aircraft. United Aircraft. Lockheed, 
WrstmghoiL^e. L'nioi. C.i.bklc, Inter.' 
national Paper, common and pre- 
ferred. Sear* Roebuck, American 
Telephone, Celanese. Anaconda 
Kenneoott, and Eastman Kodak. 
Mo.'.r (!iLs i,\i\s. utllll^^.^ and rubbers 
shifted over a narrow route. Gen- 
eral Motors and Chrysler each were 
up s-8 of A p3int. 

nu.iriK witerest In today *, bond 
marliet centred on fatt-toana JKhlcJ\i-aii»f«jtj^ 
gained an average of about half a 
-peint. 

PtorrlKii rairijnrir:, «r.(l Unitrd 
States Governments were uneven, 

aMu group. 
Pbrelffn laaues up 1 to around 3 

Incluflrrl Jnpnn fll-2> AnfAri j) fi i . 
Canada 3 1-4 s and Norway iis Down 
a point or more were Denmark 
41-2 s anrt 6\«. Chilr I s nf '42. 

now JoNKs avf.r.\(;ks 

Dow .lane«i 4\rraKrs riosrij t<)da\ 
as follows: 
Thirty Indaatrials, ll.'>.<9. up 106. 
Twenty rath, t3.4.S, up .20. 

l iflrrn ulitiliev IS r.fi, up .04. 
Forty bonds, 83.77. up ,29. 

Tatol mtm il%jm. 



><>idton Uoiort , 

H»I1 fik d 

Iiispiraimii ( opptr 

Int. Harvrittr 

till. Nick?) . • 

Ind. Rayon 

Int T»l 

ni Centrd 

Jol.ns M« n V ! Il» 

Kennceott copptr 

Krettt 

Lambert Co 

L ft 1* Tobacco . 

Ludlum Blcfl 

LlMW * . ....... 

L«rUUrd .' 
Mick Truclr"^ 

Mailirson Alkill . . . . 
M'-xinn Sfibotrd . .. 
Miiiii Ho'ir:. »p!1 , . . . . 
Mon^miio th'ml^l ... i 
Mom.tonifry Ward .... 
N»Mi Ki>lui;alor . . . 
National Bi^rui' ... 

Nat. Dairy 

N«tiona| OiatlUwlta 
NHtional Power It LIU . . 
.Nf» York f>i,tr»l ^ 
Nnr Ml Sivr nr M\ ' o 
Nnrtn Amriiraii Aviation 

Northrm Paeittc 

Ohio dil . . 

( I'vrtT. Ill Ola^» 

l';irili(' (>ait it Eire 

Packard 

rarsMowal Picturta 

Penn. Rsllwtir ; 

Pmplr » 0«» 

Pljlli;i» P»'f 

Pij.lman 

P\irr Oil 

luriio . . .'. . . . 

Hrni K^inl 

K^puhlir Irr.n Kin-I . 

Hrvnold • Tob 

nafpway Storea ; 

ficbenltr 

.Scam Roebuck 



3-« 

i: 4 

» 7 
40 

:(v-2 

It s 
2 3 
8-4 

41 

■if) 6 

J»-6 
12 4 

16 3 
«-l 
II 

IS « 

23-3 
13-4 
31 



34-5 
4 

,n s 

12 4 

-ia>a. 



3 7 
13 

9 2 
40 4! 
20 4 ; 

It 

2 41 

« 7| 

4« e< 

r I 
I'rt 

13 2 

»i i ' 

17 i 
72 9 

13 ? 
IX . 
2 1 

1:1 -4 
311 7 ' 
• ii 4 
38 

4 1 
17 7 ; 
13.5 



fOliEiC N EXC HANGE 

NCW YORK* JuBI «.— OuOtStlMtl 

lit ctnta. 

Official Canadian Control • amri 
raici for L'liUPd B'atu dollar" Bu)- 
lut 10 pcr (rill prrquum. a«llin« II 
,'fr cent PTMnlum. Muivalent-to dta* 
< ouiiia en Canadtan dellari In N«» 
Vork ef burins t.ll p«r cent, Mlling 

09 per e«nt 

Canaduii dollar in New York open 
market - per cent ' Alwount or 
TI.4O t'nited State* ctnu. 

Ptntsnd'j.M 

Prance ^ I . SI 

ti'rmanjf 40 06 

(irrrrr 62 

Hungary 17 70. 

Iialy-4 0i. 

Portutal— 3 tt. 

Ramania S3. • 
Saeden 13t3 

Swiurrland 22 43 
YukotUvia- 2.).^ 

Artentini official 23 77 (rrc 22 jn 
Bra/il ' onii i«l 6 05, free 5 10 . 
Mr\ir(> U S'l 
Japan - 23 41 
Hoatl^ena— 20.00. * 
absnthsi,-« t5. 

Nrw YORK. '.lun*" 4*- Ouotat.onn 
.n (lollars Demand. 3 19 c«nl'' 120 

.■',)iiv.Ha"v""^h:i;». in', n'.r-.r'j clny 

o.;i... 3 ;<!■ 

• i;i'ip> III I'l^ c«n.f» L.iic5^ oih'f- 
» use indicalrd . . ' 



RASt METALS IN ! Small Gains Shown 
TORONTO HIGHER In Day's Trailing on 

Vancouver Exchange 



TOBOKTO. Jurt»~l Cf).— The re- 
cent heavy buylni of copper In the 

.New York market encouraged the 

trade in the bn.se metal listings of 

the ToronU} fx.haiiRe today and 
prices were marked up for the 
group In ' the faee of weakness 
through the re.o' of the market. 



VANCOUVER. Jmie 4 (CPl.-^fiCV- , Premier 

, i • . . . Premier Border ... 

eral small gains were registered on | prua;e<>r 
Vancouver Stock Excliiange today as' Ar*i.i?on'**. 
tradiiiK picked up slightly. Golds 
and oils held firm and base metals 



,.\.. 



Volume .\»H.'> agaui sniHll^at -UQ.OOO v^ere up 3- points as transactioni 
.shares. The' big oils moved in siz-j totaled 24,675 shares. 



able volume with looses of 1-4 to 1-2 



Pnul Or'riKc basr metal cliiulnxf 



point showing at the close. Steels ^ ^^^^^^ Grandvlew Ngamcd 

l and utilities also pasted uioir looses .-^ 
than gains, while Jlquors and baoks,^^ ^ 



Rciio 

Sally . . 
Shr( r (. : Of t 
.Silbak Premier ... 
Taylor Br.dat. . ■ 

Welllniton' 

WtimwStrr 

Ymir Ysakct <^>r> 



10 

ifl 

17-2 

S 

., 7 
44 4 

•:e-i 

2 • 

4 » 

17 

36-3 
3S-4 
U-1 

■»-« 

«7 
l.S (I 
'112 h 
It 
I 
•4 



iHiPKICESHIN 
IVHEAT FOTyRES 



n 

•1 
Ji. 

3 7 

4 « 

17 I i 

2(1 « 

2a t; 

'f.j, private 
" T \ Snrtes^ -winter 



Shell Union 

Sofonr VacuuM 

Bftutn> r ii P sc it ie 

Sniilhern niy 

Sperry Corp 

Rtandard ninnrt^ .... 
Simmon* 
ilaiidard <M I *' . . .'. 

Standard uil N J 

Ble*<ri Warner 

Htiidebakrr 

rrxa* Corp 

I f \as (iillf 

TlniUen 

'T • a fi* Anirrirun 
7 "'nt.eih Century f ox 
MioM Crrfeia* 




WINNIPEG. JiiiT" 4 iCPi An In- 
of 48 000.000 bu.>-lirl., in 
estimates uf the Uiutrd 
wheat ' crop chs- 
couraijed bii\ .i <■ ni; Winnipeg Grain 
F.xdiangc to:i.t> and wheat futures 
prices finished . with fractional 



were mainlr tfrm In tone. - - 

IiUf rnational Nirk^l nd\anced 1-2 
to 29. Hiid.son Bav 1 1-8 and Smelt- 
ers 3-4 10 30 1-2 Noranda rloijed 
unchanged. Pend Oreille adde^i 8 
at 130. Falfonbridjre weakened 10 
to a new low for rrrrnt yrars at $2. 
Eldorado sold 2 cents down to 37. 

Western oils turned soft in the 
fm.il .'t.iRe, dl.sreeardiiig ttieir e.ii]v 
afu-riioon gain.s "T\\c clo.'-e was tlfwii 
narrowly for noyaii'p Aiislo- 
Canadian. Calgary & Edmonton and 
Vermilata^and up a bit -for Foot- 
hills and Home Oil. . 



t 

n> 

» } 

13-1 
I X I 

3! I 
7 

r 2 

34 .• 

: . ti 

3t 

4 3 

.S .1 

«3 1 



Union Oil Cal 11-7 



'H A number. Lid > 
(All rractiena In Eiahthix 



Air- Reduction 

Allied- ChvmleaU ... 

Allla Chaln*ra 

American Can 
American C'rlanf^r 
American L. * Z. . . 
A— f l e an LoMBoUvt 
Amartcsa P. Jk L. . . 
American Radiator . 
Amrruan RoUtna 
American Smeller . . . 
Am«rtcaa Tel. * TH. 
American Tobacco 
American Waterworke 
Anaconda t.opper .. 
Atchlaon Railway . . .. 
Atlaatte RttiniM . ■ . . 

B. tt O. Railway 

Baldwin locomotive . 

BtBdix Aviatloa 

BMh. steel 

Roeint 

Borden i . . . . 

Brri Warner .e. 

.Brltt^ 

Canada Dry 

C. P.R. ... 

Caterpillar Trar 

Ca ■ .1 I ' 

ceno (le r.T ro 

r * O Railway 

c hryfltfr ■ . . 

Columbia Uai 

Comnirrrial Holvent 

rongoiemn 

Con. EdlAn . . . 

Cml Cm 

Con". Aircraft 

Cpna. Oil 

^'rewn Zeiicrbach — 

crucible Steel > 

Curtlna Wricht 

rurllia Wrl«ht-«A" 
Ilrrrf fi COi 

Do I .:1a « Airciraft 

DuponI 

KuMmaii Kn<lak Ck-d 

ri Auii) Ule 

F.I PoAcr if Ute .... 

PairbaiikK Morae 

Fierpori Tenaa 

(Jeneral f*inrt» 

(len Hrrlrlr 

(Irnrral Molori 

<lo«dyear .... 
Oranby Ceppei 
(Ireai Northern . . 
Oreat V'eat Suiar . . 

Houston Oil .• 

Howe Bound 



n d 


A.sk<-d 


3S S 


3> 


143 


143-4 


34 


34-4 


• 1 


•3-4 




3: 1 


5 


■i 1 


11 » 


11 7 


3-1 


3 




. 1 


\n ^ 


! 1 


4 


• :» 3 


l5»-4 


III 4 


71- <» 


74 3 


•-4 


K 1 


2A « 


20 1 


14 


14 i 


l»-4 


30 


St 


3-3 


13^ 


14 


37 


27 4 


«• S 


70 


14-7 


14-1 


17-» 


1« 


l.-< 3 


15-4 


I'l 


y^ 4 


14 7 


15 


3-4 


3-7 


4.S-4 




4? 3 


47 


24 


3« 4 


S3 7 


33 


»7 • 


»»-3 


4-4 


J 7 


«! 4 




l> 


1, 4 


34 4 


24 4 


IS 4 


34 


17-4 


14 


« 


HI 


13 


1,1 3 


37 "3 


27-6 


4 


4 1 


24 4 


34 7 


i:. 1 


15-6 


7« 


77 ' 


1)4 4 


l.V 


134 


134 . 


37 4 


24 


3 3 


3 5 


30 3 


31-4 


34 


34 


IS-« 


34 3 


3t-4 


34-4 


40 S 


40 4 


14 


14 2 


.■t ■ 


5 4 


14-3 


14-4 


30 4 


31 4 


3 4 


4 


34 


31-4 





L'nion Pacific 

I'liii'd Aircraft 

L'niled Airline!! 

United Cor*i 

rnlied Fnili 

i;i |!rd fim * Imp 

r 5" rw- * "'Tirdry . . . 
L;.8. Indij«< Ali'otiol . . . . 

U % Rubber 

t>« Rubber pid. 

V n Bmeliina 

U S Steel 

Ven.idium 
Warnn' Bros. ... 
\Vr' Miithou.'.e Air Brake 
We-t.n«hou»e Blcttrlc ... 

WeMern Union 

Woolaorlh 
Yooncatnwn - S. 
Zenllh Radin 



* T. 



7« 

41 1 

13- 4 
l-« 

•4 
10 2 
33 
1&-4 

14- 4 
75 
43 

46--. 
39 < 

3-1 
IS 3 

«\ _ 
1,^ 1 
30 5 
S0-» 

» 



10S.SCS-. 

Jiii»ijaual»tiQ!is_weri i-4 w i-8 

; 'tiTut down. July at 78 and October 
IX n 1-2 criuji a bii.shel. Tradmg was 
38 4 tiiln tliroiiglioiil 
,3 3 Chicago lost 1-2 to 7-8 cent under 
ii i!inriu«i» or inc private Ufuiea 

'i'* ' states e.Mlmatrs which also avernge.*; 

4 4 29.000 000 biislifh uiulrr the Ciov- 
5^ 1 Trimsnt forecast issued la.st month 
-2 1 Argentine prices held practically 

JlJ I unchanged 

«J-«i Mills roiitlnucd to di.splav minor 
go" j interest In Nos. 2. 3 and 4 Nortlioni 
43 4 : No. 5 wheat and No. 4 Special, but 

14 1 
I 5 

«i 

in « 1 
21 

l*i 4 
17 

an 

44 

4«-« 

30-3 
3-3 

15 A 
tfi. 
IS 7 
SO- 7 
3»-7 

• -3 



dealings were restricted to odd car 
loLs. Prices developed an easier 
t'lir i!i featureless coarse grain 

oi)eration.s 



SUn ks and Hands 



U ft AMM ft PO^ nOTORlAt 





Bid 


Alked 


R« ,; Teln'linne 


... ISO 


153 


BtaiiliKn T I. * P. 


.-. . . . -S ' 


« 


B A HI 


1« 


14'. 


B f Powf : A 


;« 


33 


Canada llaltlnt ....... 


33<i 


35 


( anadlan Paelfir ...... 


4', 


i 


Coil MIninc At RmetilBt 


.... 3»«. 




Dominion Br.dt' . .. . 


.... S4'.. 




Fanny Parmer 


.... 33 


33 


Ford "A • 


.... 1«', 




Goodyear Tire. Com. . . 


10 


Ooodyear Tire. Pfd 


.'' sy 


*, ^ 


Oatlnean Power. Pfd 


ih 


»i 


Hiram Walker O. ft W. 


ti , 


32 


Ilirom Walker 0> ft W.. 


Pfd. .I7W 


Il< 


Imperial Oil 


.. IBS 


10'.- 


Imperial Tobacco 


. . 12' 


12'. 


Itili Nickel 


3«'; 




IntI Pe'rnleiim 


15". 


n'. 


l/iblaw Oror. • A ■ 


.... SO 


33 


MeColl-rrontenac. Pfd 


SIt 




Montreal POR'-r Com 


37 , 




Ror-eliie Oil 


IS 




Oliawlniaan W ii P 


17 


17 \ 


Steel of Caaada . 


43 


«4 


Bt'alerne . . . , 


7 SO 


1 on 


noine 


14 \ 


\n\ 


Hnllin«ri Coin . . , . . . 


4 75 


10 HO 


Lake.xhorc 




30'. 


Mrtntyre Pereaaine .... 


3ft 




Noranda . 


...^ 47'. 




Pickle rrnw 


. 2 0 


2'(I0 


Prcmrr 


kl 


II . 


Wriahl-Harareate* 


5 .30 


S aO 


Bank of Montreal ...... 


..... I4« 


14» 


Royal Bank 


1S4 





Wheat 

■ July 

Or' 

Barley 

.Inly 
Oct 
Oatk - 

Jlllv 
, Or' 

Rvc - 

July ... . 

Oct k 

\Mient 
1 Northern 
. 2 Northern 
I 1 Nor'hern 
1 Track . . 

I Oaiv- 

i ? c w 

Track 
Rai ley 

? C W . 

1 Tuack 

I Rve 

I I r W 

I Track 



.wiNMPro (ii.«rN 

(H. A Hiimber Ltd.' 
Open 

7.5". 
77'. 



PC 
75'. 

TT, 



Hieh 
75'. 
77 S 



S7 
31 

32'. 
30'i 



3* » 
37 '« 



37' 
3k 



32 
ID' 



SO 



so 



.-lO 
4R 



t aah firala, 



Law 
74 \ 
77 

U\ 
37% 

If, 
■.'3 . 

41 . 
47', 



Close 

7.Y'j 

3«'. 
37'. 

31 . 

21 

49 ' .. 
47'. 



74'. 

71 ' , 
"7 , 
74'. 

31'. 

rr. 

34' . 
3«'. 

4S . 
44 «> 



MIMM. MJfTION . 




M iapfl Ii: p- ' iii'i. 


: Co . I Id 1 




• 


Bid 


Aik'd 


Acme ... 


.03, 




Aiax '. . 


.11 


.is 


Aldermac . . 


14 


.15 


Rakainac 


0.7 




Bankfield 


Ok 


on 


B,. .e .Metalit 


... .17'. 


13 


L Rfsiiie , ^ .T 


S3 


45 


Bin Mikjiourl 


.07 


OS' J 


Bohio 


n4'j 


05 


B.'alnrnr 






B'ltfii!" Aiikerite .... 




3 II -. 


CAE Corpn. 


... I '2 ■ 


1 15 


Cdiindian Malarlir 


45 


50 


t'ariboo Cold Qiiarlr 


11'. 


7 10 




„„ -l.-t4_ 


-WIO 


Chemiral Rraearch 


12 


32 


Dome . . 


. ... 17 00 


14 50 


Rlrfannd Kirklaiid 


14 


IS 


f:»«I Malar'if- 


V 2 "k 


2 ?n 


Flf'iirarlii . . . 


1^ 


31 


f'alr^mtiri'iwe ... . . 


2 «0 


2 10 


Cfld'^ Lake 


♦S 


»» 


riuiiMi. r 


3S'i 


37 


Hard Rock 


«k 


7 > 


Iloilliiaer 


... r> T. 


10 12 . 


Home Oil 


.... 1 40 


1 4i 


Homev 


7*1 ' . 


24 


"MimkoiraBa" i M. *-S., . . 


.... 30 75 




Inll Nirii-I 


28 7-. 




Kirkland Lak" 


7t 


7k 


1 I ak'-'hore 


... IS -O 


20O0 




I 15 


1 17 


McWalterx 


.r»5 


34 


Minlna Cnron 


!«• ■ 




MnrrU Kirkland 


n-: . 




Nlpiialna 


ki 


!>« 


Noranda 


. ... 47.3.5 


44 50 


O'Brien 


.70 


71 


Pamnur 


112 


1 SO 


Pomell Roijyn 


.SI 


95 


P.1vm,n^lrr 


20', 


72 


Pend Or-ille 


. .V . 1 3.' 


1 3'. 


Perron Hold 


\ \? 


1 15 


Plrkl' Crow 


2 -.4 


" - -, 


Pioneer 


. , . 1 kS 


1 '»0 


Premier. 


kl 




Reno 


Ik 


.13 


W^yalit-i Oil 


.... Ik on 




San Anions 


111 


: •'4 


Bherritt-Oordon ... . . 


Ik 


-0 


Biacoe 


k3 


kk 


1 Bladen Malariic 


1 • . . 33 


27 


Piidbury Batln 


. . . . I 00 


1 05 


' t'chi Lake . , 




40 


Viilinf- 


. . ? nil 


I r , 


j VS'aiie Amulet 


. . . 2 80 ' 


3 05 


\Vrltht-Uarereavf a .... 


. .. S.30 


i *h 


1 H«CB^*a 


. 3 $0 • 


3 7S 


1 

1 IMII ^IRI\I 


•«H TH»\ 





2 at .13, and^-NisolB wBa MnrhingMl i Atuaiumavrd . 

^lulo-Canaoiaii . . . . 
Ai.acoiida 

Home' Oil wa-s up ?> to 1 45 and a p consolidated . . 
Calgary A EdmonU^n lirnic<l a cent ' j^^;,"!'.' ■ 
at 1.13. Royal Canadian rose a frac- , i *i r cortiorauou 
tioh to M. while Anglo-Canadian ) com^l\ • 
dropped 3 to 47. Other oils were 'r)a^ ,^ p»iroi«um 

QUiei. , Kx:ciiMon 

^mong the golds. Pioneer slipped' l^."^'''?'" Pfrol***" 

5 to 1.B5 and Privateer eased b cent ; roundauon 

to 48. Bik Missouri rained 1-2 to 8, ^l^^ 

I wlule Cariboo Oold Qu.irt/ at 2 00 'Home oil : 

•nnd. Premier at 85, remaintd "i- JJ^f'jnn'^ !' 
changed. • ' mc:'. jr» 

' • ^. , : M.I>ouuall bc».ur .. 

liAmu.P!» . ■ — 

. 1 Wm Citv . ... 

>4oi>M : 1 i« ■ 

Nic.'-'iial IV' u/.i' j:ii 

Bid AM.rd 
07 J .04 
S 00 « 15 

1 l»S 



Olla 



V.\.\C0l'VCR UIOTATIONM 
iBoorman Inveatment Co.. Ltd i 
IWIaea 



R.r M \ ourt 

Hr« ;orne ..... 
CaMt>"" ( ,..;ri 
tJen 1 1 I ; a , 

FairMew Ainaliama'cd . . .oo-i 

Oold Belt . 20 

Orandview 13'. 

(irull Wihk ne 01'; 

llcrili". Mas<ot 34 

Inland Mniinlain . . . . ( .75 

Kooienav Belle 

.M. riiUi'.Brv Cicrk 2S . 

Min'o 02'. 

N;roi» «1 = - 

Pcnd Oreille •, 1 4.5 



Pioneer 



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ni 
01 

.14 
02 

_.:s 

.45 

11 

CM. 
1 'lO 
3 00 



OkaliH 

P; . aita 

i llo\ Cai.ndiaii . 

Ho- M i • 

I'm .1,1' r 

- .'MMHiiier 

/ Siinaci . . 

I I'nited Oil 

5',inalia . . 

, Vulcan 

' Indaalrial* 

Pacific. Coyte 

Brewers ft Oistjlleri 

Capital Estate-, ■ 

1 oa't Bt^wertea 
Inieriialioiial Coal ft Coke . 
United Diatillers 



S5 




.00'. 


.01 '. 


• .45 


.4« 


.33 






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.14 


02 
115 




.50 


.»i 


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.01 


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STW BUT DULL 



MONTRKAL, June 4 (W. — The 
stock marlcet displayed steadiness 
today (hroughout another dull ses- 
sion. Prices were slightly firmer at 
the 'close. 

Quiet buying came In for a few 
base metals and Nickel closed at 29. 
up 3-4. Smelters edged hlglipr 1-2 
to 29 1-2. and Hud.son Bay Mining 
gained a point at 21. Ralls were 
steady. National . Steel Car dipped 
1-2 

Mo'itrr.il Powrr fiimrd a small 
amoiuit but Shawinifsan and Brazil- 
ian were slightly lower.. Imperial 
and International Petroleum back- 
tracked minor fractions 

.■HO.MBKAL UI 01 \ I IONS 



I'laiiO lu . ' r.irnt Co..''dl 



rmcAno obain 

'II A. Humil'r. t.td 



Wheal 

Jlllv . . 

Repl. 
Dor 

C orii 

.'illv 

.Hrpt. ... 
DfC 

0»:' 
Jul 
Sept 

Rye-- 
,tulv . . 
Sept. 
Dec 



PC. 

43 ^ 

«'. 

C3 



OP"n RIah IlVV-'^o'-.e 



81', 


83'. 


80', 


81'. ; 


82'. 


83', 


80', 


8f. 1 


82'. 


83 


«r. 


82 S 


83 . 


82", 


,' 82', 


'!■' ' 


41% 


43 


81'. 


ai 


•0 


•0 


>4 1 


.i3 , 


3,t 


13". 


3.t 


1 ' 


31'. 


31'.' 


31. 


2ri 


44'; 


44-. 


44 'i 


<4', 


48'. 


44', 


. 48'. 


48', 


44 '« 


44 Vi 


a ' 


44 1 



Dominion Bonds 




|,iMiTrn 

(Ne'a-Peraenal Llabilll. 



-^OnOS If hereby ilven that a 
4uart«rl7 ai'rldetMl e( n ceala 
p9t 4hsrt »ni an estrt 4tet4*n« af 
]0 centa per ihare haTo kMn de- 
clared nn the paid-up rsnnal.tteek 
eir t).« com pane payable on the 
isth day ol July, 1440, l« sharthoid- 
•rs al.roaari a« et jmm ». iNt. 

By sNar af «Im 9mH. 

MKAXiD jBMCK 
•etfctary-TrMOVMr.^ 



Taa 



•.C.. Jio ' 



Thr.se prices utt obtained '•dally 
from the offlee of the dominion 
Oovemment PoulUy Produce In- 
.spertlon Srrvlre. Victoria, O 2492. 

Orade A large . '.17 

Grade "A" nirdium .15 

Orade "A" pullet .13 

TVillowlnR are city wholesale: 

(li.trl'- .^ l.ii-pf > .. .21 

Urade ' A'.nisdium .19- 

drade "A" puUet....... .17 



Provincial Bondn 

• Burn^ A Walnwrlihi. Ltd > 

Bid Aaked 

Alberta 4-. . 1453 41 SO 55 00 

Alberta 5'-. 1955 55 50 ko no 

BrItUh Columbia 4', . 1457 89 .>o 93 so 

Brillah Columbia 4'y';. 1453 03 50 37 50 

RriiiAh Oelumbla h%. 1443.. tS.M - M »o 

Manitoba 4'.^. IMS .. ..... 47 SO 4150 

Mar.lieba 5 r : 1054 4.5.50 97 50 

New Brunswick Vi'r. l»4I - 84 50 91 50 

Nova flcotla 4';'^. IISI n so 103 00 

Ontario 4',<V. 14S0 104.75 104 75 

Quebec 4>. . 195S 100 00 103 50 

Fa'kalrheT^n 4' *■ 195 1 83 00 

[ «a«kalrhewati ■ . 1453 .- 78 «0 
[ 8aakatchewan4'r . 1053 43 50 



■ Burnk ft Walnwrttht Ltd 



Dora, of Can 1141 
1941 
1944 
1945 
1948 
1949 
1949 

19jl 

19>2 
195.5 
1951 
115k 
19.i9 
1948 
Pern 
19i2 

nnMiM03i 

Grand Tnink 1982 
1443 
I!I44 
19.54) 
1953 
1959 
1951 
1957 
11.')5 
1954 
1444 
1441 



Can Nat RIy 



July. 

Oct . 







Bid 


A.ked 


5 




104 50> 


in -i :^ 


S 




ink 83S 


100 •125 


4 




108 50 


ino 7'. 


4 




105 35 


108 \r\ 


4' 




104 37t 


110 375 


3 


.'i 


roo :>o 


101 75 


3 


t • 


101.00 . 


103 35 


1 


4 ' ' 


99 00 


100 35 


4 




104 00 


n , no 


3 




9 . 75 


97 no 


3 




94 7\ 


96 00 


4 


\ • 


1 nk 7 "i 


1 07 75 


4 


, e_ 


107.25 


108 50 


3 


•It 


44 3.5 


11 50 


3 




4475 


88 00 


3 




44.75 


44 75 


ni'AR.^NTEF.K 




3 




94 00 


45.35 


4 




103 75 


107 25 


3 




102 873 


103 875 


3 




Ik '^n 


'17 7i 


3 




9*. TS 


i: nn 


3 




94 3S 


85 so 


4 




110.50 


113 0* 


4 




111 75 


113 35 


4 


\- 


: 1 3 50 


1 I i 00 


5 




114 35 


115 75 


ft 


•V. 


111 35 


n? 75 


t 




1K.40 


117.50 





Bid 


A^ked 


Ri"!! f ' i' pliOi.r ....... 


150 


1')2 


BrA.-,:ian Traction 




.1 ' ■ 


Bi eu iiie r'oron , 


1 25 


1 •'" 


nrrmetv A I)n:i;ier» 


18 


18'. 


n k ri 1 


18 


181. 


B< r-v.-i A ; 


J8 


32 


B C. Power ' B ' 




Canadi Cen'ent 




4'. 


Canadian Mnli'm , . , . 


32-. 


34 


Can Car A- I'l'indrv 


. 4'. 


8'; 


Cnt' Irrln'rai ,«lrotiol 'A' 


I 45 


2 00 


' ' 1 '1 ,. kicohor ■ B" 


1 45 


3 00 


< ' . : .1 Par f;.- .... 


4'. 


4 


1 " • r-; - • 


5 


8 


(1. " 1 1 [r ] ^ - s» ;i . r n in , 


-2 ' 1 


33 


Il.iini'll'"! "1 r 


24' ■ 


24'. 


M' I'l 'n : r» i S '^'.T^ . . , 




4 


l)iiiii.ni..ii I..- A. Chemiciii .-. 


1 - 




Krrd ■ ( ('.in '1.1 


M • 


I . ■. 


Or.tli r.1 , P' r ( , 






(■alliiraii I'PM rr I'M 




80' 


(irwernl .S'erl«-;. r». 


'\ '■ 


5' 


Oip«»im rrr. , . . . r. .. 


3 • 


3', 


M.rniitii:i Bridaf 


3'.. 


■ 3'; 


M : 1 in Wa f er Con). 


•>2 




toil" r ill 1)1' 


10 


10'. 


Imrrrml Tnbaccp ....> 


12', 


' 13'» 


lull Nirk-1 


38-. 


39 


Iii'l Pcie . 


\r'. 




lake of Ihr \Vn(i(l» 


1 1 


18' • 


I nura Sr'^ord 


1 


10'. 


Mar..ey-Harru. Com ........ 

MiColl-Frontenac. Com 


2''. 


3 


5'. 


8 


Mont real Power 


38 


28'. 


N»t..iii„l nrcv'crie^ 


34 


28', 


Nat ^d' 1. ; Steel Car , ,, 


39 .■ 




Paur Hrr'rv 


97 


99'. 


Pov ' I 1 "r 'Ml 


8 i 




Rliaw ;iin,->ii 


18 , 


18-. 


.Hierl of ran.i''n ' m 


«3 


84 


."='eel o( Canada ffd 




8.'>'i 


Oeorie Weston .... 


. 


10'. 


■•■ba 






Canadian Bank Oit Commerce 


1.54 


171 


Bank of Montreal 




147 


Bank of Nota Scoiia 




900 


Roval Bank 


180 


183 



.Metal .Markets 

LONDON. June 4 CF>. — Tin. 

strady; .spot £277 bid: f277 Ss 

asked; -future, £274 13s bid; £275 
asked. 



THE IXKAL RETAIL 
PRODVCE MARKET 



NEW YORK, June 4 iT. -Cop- 
MOoiper. steady; electrolytic, spot, Cohn 

IS ^'^■ffl'T'" " "w. i tw wy. » i m '< hd 

n^arbv ^^00; forward, 00 Lead. 



A. E. AMES & CO. 



NEW lOU 
MOMTBSAt 



UMITBD 
ntVBSTMENT 8CCCBITIBB 
VANCOlTt* 
TOBONTO 
TtOTOBU 



WINMFIO 
LOWDON. CNOUAND 
TtlephMae B 4l7l-»-4 



DOMINION GOVERNMENT BONDS 

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, LTD. 



4IR 8 T rrNTBAL BLDC fto TIBW STBU* 



steady; .spot. New Yoric, S 00 to 5 05; 
East St. Leula, 4M. Zinc, steady; 
East St.- Louis, spot «nd forward. 
6 25 Quicksilver, IM.00 to IM.OO. 



MONTREAL. June 4 «Cf)— Spot: 
Copper, electrolvtif 12 75: tin,' 
66.25; lead, 5 50; sine. 5.66; anli- 
mOny. IS 25; prir 100 poundr f ob. 
Montraal, flvc^fion lota. 



-4- 



SERVE BY SAVING 



WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES 



Aaaticatle* r*nM May Be 
IVMftM4 OMtaallM 



a4 tMo OMlea 



raMBontm * son, ltd 



oaiM 



.New York Curb 

(R A 



HaMMr. Ud« 
' Bid 



HEAVY HAULING 

Wt SPfCIALiZ! IN HANDLING 40AT, MACHINERY SAFIV ITC 

HEANEY'S 



Pfd 



Amer Superpower 
Amer. Oet * Bieetric 
Assoc. Oat * BtectrK 
Amer. Cvnamide it 
Aluaiinuin of t^mtrK* 
Amer LIsht * Traction 
Arkaniaa Natural Qaa. 
B A Tobaero. Ordinary 
Bunker Hill aullnan 
Creole Petroleum 
Cltlea Serviee. Com 
naetrtc Bond * Bhare 
Fbrd or Kntland. U4. 

Humble Oil Co 

Hrtrade road FreMeU 
Imperial Oil Can. i 

ty<neiitar Oa« Co ; . , 

Nevmont Mlnint 

Ni.tara-Hud»on Fewer 

Premier 

Pioneer Ootd 

Fantapec Oil • 

BepuMla -AtfuaU. 

Btand*f« OUm Kiftla«liy .. 

01 R«ti8 t»pn . . . I 

,tfBit4« Oaa Oa. 



8S 
H'. 

0'. 
30 S 

ISO'V 

n 
« 

I'. 

14'. 
4\ 
4 

1 H 
44''; 
IS 

A 
k 
40 

3S 



Aaked 

0 , 
37 
0'« 
11 
153 
13'. 

18 

15 

4". 

4 . 

IS 
M5t 

3 



Wholesalers are being well sup- 
plied with fresW .strawberries -from 

the .viirroundliiR di^tn(■t.>., rr- 
ix>rtr(l la.<;t nlRht. Thr local bernt-s 
are of .splendid quality and are now 
selUng at the retail price. o< t^ree 
baskets for 25 cents. 

A .•.r,i.;onal shlpninif of California 
p)earhe.s and pIupt- ar" due her** o\ti 

■tlte WM»k-rii'l 

California new poutoes are tin- 
ished for the sea^. The market 
Is non- brn-e 'vrll suppUcd With l<val 
new po;.,-.ir. a few California im- 
ported Rreen b<-ana BK BVBilBbk, 
wholesalers stated. 

A.<;paragua is practicaUy cleaned 
up for the .^eaj^on." while a acarcltv 
of local rhubarb was alM announced 

The only varirt-/ nt appl'^ now (,n 
the market 4rom tlie Okanagan 1: 
winrsap.-!, ffewto'wn apples being 
flni.<^hed during the past few day.v 

Washington Bing cherries are ar- 
riving dully, wholesaler.-^ .-^aid 

A slight decrease In the price of 
watermelons was announced, while 
canuiouBM npvalned firm in price. 



(Jamea Richardson 


4c 


Pn.l' ' 


A^ked 




Bid 


Altnma Bleel.-Com 




T4 




Alaoma Btetl. Ffd 






88 


A.'or. Poaer. Com. .... 




IS 


14' 


A'ii.'- Brett rrles, Pfd. ... 




110'. 




Bathiir.it Paper 




8'. 




Buildiiie Produclk 


» . . 


13'a 


18'.. 


Canada Northern Fo«er . 




10 ». 


11 


( nnarla Rtcem^liipi 




3'. 


3'. 


C.narta Steamships Pfd. . 




10'. 


11 


Canadian Alrohol A' ... 




115 


300 


Can Car Ac Foundry 




4'. 




Can Ca: k Foundry Pfd. 




14 


1*'; 


Canartlnn ("elane'e. ftm 








CanaKian I'elane-o Pfd 




10) 


ink 


C.inedian Con^er'era . . . .' 




14 


15 


r P R . Com 




4'. 


4'.' 


Corkuhull Plow 




• 5 


4 


f'l o« ii , Cork . . . 






?8 


Con-nlirtaled Rmeller. 




30 


31 


Dlktlllers-Seaeram.'^. Coni 
Dominion Bridge . 




22'. 


:j 




24'., 


2i\ 


tlomml'Mi Cnal. Pfd 




18 




1 Dominion Tnr 




3'j 




1 rWMiiininn "Tar Pfd'. 






00 


Doml.'iinn Teklllea . . ... 






7J 


1 (laiineau Pbwer. Pfd 




11 


17 


' Hamlltnn Bridie 




3". 


5' ■ 


, lU.II : f'T 




0". 


10'.. 


K'l 1 -M ■) 




n 


•4 


1 Hu'lTin Hay M * S' . . . . 




30' , 




lull. Nirkel 

Iiiti Peiroleumi 




38', 


3« 




1.5'. 




; Lake nf the Woodt 




15' • 


18'. 


1 Maiaeji-Hai ria . . . . 




• 3'. 


3 


1 Montreal Cotlbna.- Pfrt. ... 




1I0>« 


11.5 


1 Montreal Power 




34 


34% 


National Breweries , 




38 


34'ii 


■ National Bteel Car 




r,s 




Noranda «.... 




47', 




1 Oailvirs ; . . . 


. . . 


• 23 


:5 


1 Penmans -. . . 






55' 


' Ottawa Power-' 


. . . 


io 


13 


Power Ccrph 




4>. 




! Prlre Bro.' 




10'. 


lOS 


j Pnro. BrD« , Pfd. 




. .'.4 




] 81 Lawrefice Corpn . PIrt 




ir. 


ii-* 


1 8t t.awrrnre Paper. Pfd 




24'. 


37'i 


1 Hherwln-Wllllam^ 




7 


S 


Steel of Canada . . . . 




43 


«4 


Steel of Canada. Pfd . 






45' . 


United Steel . 




3'. 




< urb 








Abltibl ■ , 




120 


125 


Abi'ihi Pfd 




8 


4'. 


Aab'-'.rrs 




17-. 




Ru'li'ii ' n 






3'. 


Hie»'r.. A liis'iliir. 






4 


I'anartn Ai Imniir .nn Piuh 


r 






( a : .aria M iH ma 




. 


: « 


] fanartian .Breweries 




iJ'i' 


1 >0 


! ranadian Bre«erie<. Pfd 




24'> 


■ 251 


Canadian V'.lcker^ 






3'i 


CMnme.rrlal Alcohol 




.n:> 


130 


ronaolidated Faper 




!1".' 


4 


Ciih Air<-rafr 




^ \ 


100 


Poi narnnna ' A ' 








Kairrhlfl 




3-'.i 


s 


Fleet Aircraft ..■ 




4 


4 . 


Ford ' A' . ' 


.. . 


14% 


15<. 


Frailer f'onipanv .... 




8', 


7'. 


Maoer-Hkm. Pfd 




25 


30 


MrCcll-Frontenac. Pfd. .. 
Paee Heraer • 




81 


43 


•/ . 


47 


44'i 


Royallte Oil :. 


... 


14 




Hiram Wtfker 




33 




Hiram Wftkw. Ft'' 




17 


• ii'. 


Banka 








Bank of Commerce 




154 


170 


Bark of WotiTfeal 






197 


B:<i 1' r a-.d «nne Mattonsle 


14« 


145 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS , 

OF CANADIAN DOLLAR | 

1 

MONTREAL, June 4 (CP). - 
British and foreign exchange, nom- 
inal rate.5 between banlcs only: | 

Argentina. pe.so, .2500; China, I 
Honglcong dollar. .2223; Prance, | 
franc. ,020119: Greece, drachma,! 
0069: Italy, lire, .0561; Sweden, 
kronii. .:i648: Switzerland, fraiu 
2490; United States, dollar, 10 and j 
11 per cent premium! 

Foreign Bondn | 

iButDa U Walnwrlsht. I.td l 

Auilralla 4'.': . 14S4 

Bolivia 7'T. 1458 

Chile 4'. . ISSJ 

Colombia 4^-. 1441 

Germany i't'*, 14U 

Italy 7''. 14S1 

Japan 4'. 'r. 1954 

Peru 4'. , IMI 

Sydney i'e', . 1454 

United . Kinidom fr. 1440 

Above prices la Htm Tark 



Bid 


A'^ked 


37 00 


38 00 


3 SO 


3 25 


13.00 


n 00 


14 75 


18 2.S 


1« 00 


17 35 


38 50 


41 00 


78 50 


7k sn 


J5 


f on 


34 50 


43 50 


14.54 


40.t« 


Tark. 





Retail Markets 



rralie 

Ilonr dr* Mflinis, rarli 

Wa«i '.ktDii Il;i:i ClT-irie'. l-lb bok 

Cioo rbrtries. 2 lbs. lor .' 

' liauaaaa < ll* 10. 9on. M M 
I Aiiatralian Peara. per dos. .. .40 ta 
' urapciruii— 

I Texas, .10 each. 3 and 5 for 

California. 7 and 5 lor 

I Lemon*— 

j California, dos JO le 

I Orangea— 

; Caliloiiua Valeima.per do/ W to 
Waahlnaton Naveu . Ji to 

Ckiualoupea^ ^ach .10 to 

appiea- 

Okanaean Oelicltftta, a«r 400 .33 to 
Bta\man Wineaapa, I lbs. for 

\ do/eu . , ^ . . . 

Yellow Nr«to«na. 3 and 4 lb., for 
' Calvos, small, each IS to 

California Aprirnta, 1 lb. for 
I Australian Alineria Orapet. tt 10 
' Pineapples each 2t to 

I t.ocsl Rhubarb. 4 lbs. for 

I Local Btrawbertlea. bkl., 10; I for 
. Watermelona, 1 lb. far.. ...y... 

I' VentaMeo 

A'paracua. per lb. . . II Ut4 

I oral O'abbaie . . , . . 

Pei>prif, areen. i>er lb 

(' illlnrnia Celery, earn . .It 084 

Loral Par.^ler, | bunch for 

Farani)>a. lb ... 

Loral Onlona. lb 

Loral Crfiiliflonrr. each. 05. 10- and 
Loral Dry Onion*. I lb 
California Wax Onions. 1 lb for . . 

Californii- Red OnMms. 1 lb for 

I urnipv « 
] Oreen onions, per bunrh 
< California Carrots. 10 2 Ojruhei for 

1 WaahlnaUn aptnsclh pcr lb 

Sweet Potatoet, I lb. (or 

Potatoee 

, l/irai r.TTif . 17 lha for 

A'hr ro' ' 1 n in fr,r 

Iwal Polajoeii in Ih^ ?' r 

Yakima Oem« 8 lo- f'lr 

Local llolhauke Green Beans, lb 
Callforn:a-'Yair< I lbs for 

I.ccal Mo'.hn-ive 'tomatoes. lb in to 
Loral (■ K I, inher- 'arh 10 to 

tior u, II ' 1 10 for 

Lo(»l (ir»<ri l*»as. 2 10'. (or 

!♦ , ■ ruh 

> SmoKea Red Balmoa 

] Bolej i 10. 

Red Sainon, lb 

Local Cured Biset Cod ... 
Lerae aiaatefD Uaptra. fti 
lAcai Rlppeei 3 Oia ... 

rre'h Cod. a far 

Liady.mitn oyitora 
SOU Co'' .. 

uisby unia. boa. 
Baddies, (b. . 

RoneieKfi Herrtof 
Smoktd Cod ..•••••««.••• M 
Haddie Fillets 



.40 



. Jl to 

eea.aee* 

•••••••• 

•••••«•• 

eeoaaaaaa 
a«««*«« 
••••a«a«a*«««a«»»aB 

••••o •••••••• 

••••••••••••••••••• 




44 

4 4-14 4S ' O. 

i'« r. 

IS 3-. 
4S 4V 
17 
2 1 
I 



■iii 



Corporation Bonds 

Oaraa * Watnvrithi 

• ' ■ l»i3 ....... 

n r . p 8 . i»so 

Broun c'll j' 1848 
I Calcarr Po,wer i'f. 1880 .. 
! Canada Cment 4'. 18i1 . 
. Ca-^.'la •"'•a T.^-.ip^ 5'.. 1857 
(■ P P 1 ■.'>«^ 
C P R I li**! I 

Do t; "n 1»' * l'>M ... 

^■l fnirr ' 1(49 
M.: ' Leaf 1'. 1»58 
M. .r HArrlt 4'. :»54 
MrC'bil-rrontenac 4'*''., 1144 
Bnawinicai^ 4 . . IMl 
Simpsen i ttd 4'*'r. itSI 
'Vtb Sibf 



Ltd > 




Bid 


A'ked 


45 04 


47 no 




8.5 50 


3)100 


40 00 


101.M 




MM 


iM'i* 


U M 


40 M 


S3.I0 


87 50 


40 40 


U M 


4*40 


. e>. 


44 50 


n SO 




43 so 




87 .M 


88 50 


tt 80 


14 M 


v. 50 




40 50 



LONDON, June 4 (CP).— Brltisn 
stock cloalngi, in* sterling: 

AnRlo- American of South Africa. 32s 
(W Analo-Nowfounrtlanfl. 2""; 9d-: 
Ciii.e Ac Wlrele^a. £4'., Csu reras ' A ' 
£3 1-2; Cent Mining,, ill 1-4; Con- 
sob oold Fields. 33a M; Crown 
£13 3-4: De Beer.'=. dftl . £4. Mln- 
InK Trust. Js 6d. Rand £7 1-8; 
Rhodeslan Anglo - American. 13s: 
Rholutna. £7 1-3; Springa, 21b 3d; 
Venterspost.- 23a M; Vkketi. lit 3d: 
West Wltwatersrand, t3 1-i. 
" Bonds: British 2 1-2 per cent Con- 
•Ola. mi-4; British 31-3 per cent 
War Loan. CM l-3LBrltiab Funding 

4s, iMO-M. nn; 



••••••aaaa* 

»Ba«ao*o«e* 



BAR r.OLI> 
MONTREAL. June 4 



— Bar 



L^aj Bloatora 1 ..•.••»•*.•••«• 
Boaao BBvtapBo. aer ^ 

Pealtry . 

Chicken, per lb 
Heavy towi. on lb 

Ijfht Fowl, per lb 

Turkey. Na. 1 .. .. Jf (a 

■etall Boof 

Prime Wtb Roa(\ J« to 

l.o;n floa.i , Jj le 

Pot Koaat .13 and 

Rotind Steak ••...••••«. JtS (• 

Rump Rnatt Jt «a 

Bolllnc Beel . Jl 

Hamburtcr Bteak Jl la 

•te« mm ( b takl u e* M 4o 

Lamb 

Shouidet 

^erk 

Leiaa 



aeaaoaaaa* 



Meaiie 



• •••••••*•*• •«.•-• ••••«««Ba«Be 

• •••••••• •'•a«o«*a«««aa«»e«ie 



4«la Ji 



IMl In BrtUah fimda. repreaentlnc 



I Th.e 

iamoun 
funds. 



rued %3i Waahinfton prloe 



Montreal Produce 

MONTREAL, June 4 <CP)— Spot: 
Butter. Quebec <92 score). 23 3-8; 
QMbte (If loort). 13 to u 1-2 
int. Butem "A" large, 33 to 

S3 1-2 A' medium. 21 to 21 1-2: 
"B," 20 3-4 to 21: "C." U 1-4 to 

ti ur 

Butter mum: W O<iM A i r . 14 1>t 
to 3ft l-l. 



4 'CP' Bar 
aUv«, Ml off f-f-M«uiTalcBt 41.11 



'a* ^ V 1 



Wednesday 

Morning 

Specials 



Wcdntsdgy Storg Houri, 9 A.M. to \ P.M. 



WOMEN'S LINGERIE 

A siu ( >jl group ot rjyon undics Vevt>, ponlitt snd bloom- 
^ " '.'jrosc and white Siirt tmall, medHiBiaRi Il4#«. Mg- 
uUr 49( ind S9c. Spocwl, per gormcnt 



Lingerie, Fjthion Floor it THE lAY 



WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES 



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TITT^ D\TLY COLOXLST, VICTORIA, B.C., WEDXKSDAV, JLXK 5. 1940 



DODGERSJIOVE CLOSER 10 THE CINCINNATI REDS 



REGISTE EASY WIN 
OVER THE CARDS TO 
TIGHTEN UPTUSSLE 

Duroclier^B i>ew CapturcH First ^Ighl <;am<' in 
St. Louit, Before 23,500 Faii:,, by iO-l Score 

Med w ick GcU Five HUs- ^ Yankees Are 

Beatei|-— Risd Sox Are Also Victims , 



By Thf f'ana'!;iin PrrM 

New York Yankees were vlctl^ri- 
laed today by another lelthander, 
Sd Smith, who pitched Chicago 
White Sox to a 7-3 American League 

triumph. 

Joe Kul>el hit two home runt, his 
tenth and eleyenlh of the seiionT 

and Taft Wright liit ojic w lead 
tho Sox s uhsault on ' Red ' Ruffing 
It wa.s |i)f eleventh time this year 
the YankX have been beaten by a 
southpaw and-Amlth. who had failed 
In two previous a ' inpiA, baffled 
them easily on s>t\en hiu . 

Philadelphia Athletics spotted 
Ton. my HiidKrs t\Vf runs m thf 
first Lwo^ innings, but the Mackxnen 
eame~1A^k xa kayo the Detroit 
hurier in the fourth and defeat the 
Tigers 1-6. 

Thfr Ja&i-place St. Loula^J rowns 

broke a seven-Kame if^iiiK streak by 
toppling the Aineruun U ague lead- 

""in. Boston Red Sox. 8- 3. 



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SMITH WINS A(;AIN 

Wa^liington and Cleveland »plit a 
double-header, the Indians winning 
tlif second 3-2 behind the tight 
piumiiK of Al hinith. while the 
Scnatoi.s took ihc oi>eiH i 1-2 w nii 
Ken Chatic going ilie distance. The 
division placed the Tribe within a 
)i;dr came of the first- place Boston 
iied box. 

New York Oiahts chopped a game 
Ofl the iiiiirk'in scparfiting first and 
thud pl.i » m the Natlf>nKl League 
nosing oiil ( nil lliliiil I I'.'': ' 4 foi 

Carl HubbcUii hlth cun^culivc 
victory. Hubbell himself batted in 
what proved to hr the docidlng run. 

Tlireatened with a .slide into Sec- 
ond Division in the Natl mal Base- 
ball League, Chicago Cubs turned 
on a flft««n-hit attack to defeat 
PhlUldelphla Phillies 12-6 

Extra-ba.% hitting by rookie.s Bob 
Elliot tand Maurice Van Robay.s, 
behind five- hit pitching of Joe Bow- 
man, helped PitUbburglr to rout the 
Boston Beea 14 to 2 In the steel 
clty .s first niftht game, which at- 
tra ted 20.319 fan.s 

Mrcoltlyn Dodgers scored five run 
in ttie first innuig on two InU, one 
of them a (hree-run homer by Fete 
Co.-rarart. and vent on to wallop 
.SI Louis Cardinals. 10-1 In the first 
National League night came In, St. 
^uis. 

A crowd of 23.500 saw the flatbush 

rrew hlast Morton Coop.-r ofT'tht- 
mound In less than an Inning and 
continue a hei|vy attack on three 

other Red Bird hurlens. 

Joe Medwick, who had Rone hlt- 
Ir.s.s in hLs ijuit .sixteen t:ines a' bat. 



Batterle»>-8tln6 ,*nd Hemandei; 
Klelnke and Orllk. 

At Hollywood— ^ H. E. 

Portland .1. 6 10 0 

Hollywood - 2 12 0 

Batteries — HUcher. Thomas and 
Fymandesj Gi^y, Smith, Tost and 

At San Diego— R H E. 

Bah JYanclscb ^ o .5 o 

San Diego 4 6 o 

Batteries — Dasso and Spruiz; 
Humphries and Detor*. 

INTEBNATIONAI, l.i:.\Ol'B 
Montreal 8. BuUunore 4. 
Newark 7, Toronto 1. 
BufTalo .1. raru-'e « 
WEHTLKN INTERNA! lO.NAL 
Spokane 12, Vancouver 4. 
Wena tehee 12. Salem 1. 



Pryke Take 



Entry t4ii for 
CUy Golf Meet 
To CloMe Friday 

ENTRIES for the annual 
women's city golf cham* 
plonship will close on Friday 
afternoon at 4 O'clock with 
.Sccretars Jini Mrllraith, of 
the Colwood course, scene of 
this year's tournament. The 
meet will commence on Mon- 
day, with the eiBht<-en-hole 
quallfyinf? test, and on the fol- 
lowing day match play will 
get un^CT^way'.^TTie final will 
be played on Friday of next 
week. Competitors intending 
to enter thlt tournament are 
asked to oo-operate with, the 
\ — committer in charge aM file 
their names as soon as possi-' 
ble. so final plans can be 
made. Mrs. Art Dowell, Col- 
wood Club, la the dofendlnff 
tltlcholder, and will be among 
the .starters In the medal 
round. Most of the cUy's best 
shotmakers. and many others, 
ari- expected to iace the 
starter. 



WHITTIER PARK RACING 

WHITTIER PARK. WINNIPEG 
June 4 — Ertrte.s for tomorrow fol- 
io,' 



GASMEN WILL 
PLAmOLES 

jSenlor Ball Nines ta^pen 
' Rithet Cup Play— Second 
Division R,e9ult8 



.^GLI!8, IMO wln- 
: . IS Of the Mayor 
McGavin Cup, and 
Pltser b Nex. last 
season's city cham- 
pions, and present 
hokler.s of the cov- 
eted Rlthet Cup, wlU 
renew their dlaihond 
ffud this evening at 
Royal Athletic Park, when they meet 
in their first game in the city cham- 
pionship series. The fixture is 
scheduled to get under wlky a* 6 
o'clock. 

Blrdmen took the gasmen into 
cnmp twite In the McGavin Cup 
nue. but Manager Bfrl .N'ex' boys 
i figure ihcy will be able to reverse 
the decision tonight. Games be- 
twftn these two clubs have been 
closely contested and productive of 
plenty j»f good baseball. 

Stan Davies, young rigdtliander, 
who has yet to taste defeat this sea- 
son, win go to the slab for Manager 
Bill Bridgewood's Eagles. Macaulay, 
I?" ' former VanQOUvef receiver, will do 
the hm^e plate chorc.v Bert Nex, 
b<ji.s of the ga.smen. has not an- 




Last Season^s Leading Scorer Nets Fiji hi 
, Servicemen Turn Back Joker?*, IT-l.v 



Alerts Paced to 
Win by Williams 
In League 




Eiiiht GoalM BH 
Two 

jFist filghU During Hard-Fought Battle 
-^M eLeanft Iil 26-9 Victory 



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(iRvr aAie— Six (ufiont*^ 

Rifluiii .• 

•r-:i i;* 

4.ii'^t)y Auri'iliis 

Some Do in4 

R^^! ir^i.nounced his starting battery, having 

" ' • '"' decided to wait until Just before 

10^ 



HOW THEir STAND 

-...^ p. W.. L. Pt«. 

Alerts - 4 3 1 • 

James Bay 3 2 14 

Jokkrs 5 14 2 

Laat night's scores: 

Seniori: Alerts 17. Jokers 15. 

Juniors: McLean's Bakery 36, Owl 

Drug*. 

FRIDAY'S GAMES 

SenlMfi: J«kera vt.^Bays. 

Juniors:. Owl prug. vs. DouglAs 

Tire. 

Paced to victory by Wally Wil 
llatns. top sniper last season. M.in 
ager Harry SargLson s injury riddled 
Alert Service .stickhandlers. last 



fans and when ' Huckshot ' Thoma.- 1 
knotted the .score at 12-12 pande- 
monium broke lose In the i irv- | 
buifdlng.'' Seconds later tlie iaiia 
player . Rave the jokers th$_ lead at 
13-i:' 

NETS EIGHT GOALS ^ 
>«(aJly WUliami. top scorer for the | 
everting -with eight goals, took Norm 
Coate.s' pa«f antJ netted the equal-, 
Izer. and followed It with another | 
beautiful guali-»'lth the assist again 
i coming from Coatcs. But the Jokert. 
wtre a long way from a l)eatcn club 
Lvnn Patrick raced the length of the 
flfK)r and b.iiiprd the equalizer, mak- 
1118 the .score 14-14 I-Yoni the fau - ! 
: off N. Coatcs scored for Alerus. and j 
Wallv Williams followed with an- | 



niKlit d< frat<'d the Jokers, 17-15. in , . ~ , 

a bang-up gulled :.Uck battle at the ■ o"^*''- nuick ko«1. Plckford finished 
Victoria Sporu centre. The.trlumph I <hr co.d-Krtt.nR for the wmnrr. 
boosted the ser\4cemen into undis- 
puted oocupetioh — «rf the premier 
berth In the senior standlng.'s. two 
full polnU hi front of James Bay. 
1939 champlana. i 



and Andy OvMiaruk net ted the ia-t 
marker of 'he untiii (or tii' .ImRm 

Alerts tired lifTy'^ie slious at 
OoAlie Maggs, and Jokers test«d 
Gawiev. in the oppoataig net. fifty- 
two times. 



First Mulch 



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! limy City 

HI Qurrn 

Ill Ditlci> 

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■Four furlonsi: 



A HMn« Su 10« I nigllt'.S 

.''lofiiiir :,, mi 

'B' 8porlini Hi ; I III 



Darli Vera* 

<Ai Flint Brdotn 

THIBO RAl 



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With Ted Colgate conflrrg through 

with a Kieat i wo-uiidri -jmi rouiuj 
of 68. the bc.st regiilered at- the 
course for seme time, and Profe.'.- 
slonal Joe Pryke .shooting a neat 
even par 70, this combinntlcn turned 
back Phil Taylor, ntcran Oak Uav 
professional, and hU> .^oii. Alan, In 
the exhlMUon match at the Colwood 
Imk'. m aid ot Uie Red Cro;..s Society 
The margin «1 vKtory was 2 up 
and it wa.s a smar' «'xhlbltion ol 
shotmaklng by all concerned. Th" 
elder Taylor rfini-shcd up with a 70 
and Al.m vmi-, around In 72 TIt- 
best ball lor ihc four.< time was 59 
Between them they had fourteen 
birdies and one eagle A good-sized 
gallerv foil )v>fd the match and a 
hiiiul .oiii'- -'iiu w,i% nr'ttcfi for th'' 
Red Cross. It was .-innounced that 
a return matsh will be .staged tP"" ' " ''^ 

the same ean;e ftf the t.oMr- ■ n>iv - ' mi^ekythn . /./^y^\y/.V.'.'.'.'. '.'.l'.'.'.'.'.'. 

of the Taylor lainily around ti c rncl Tf» club , 

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^ _^ real flrework-s in the interestinf? 1 
brf e w '; ; ' ; M i:g lina"! , came in gie third and fourth^ 

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NATIONAL LE.AOl E 

W. L 

Cincinnati 28 12 

Brooklyn — ^ 
New York 

ChiraKo r--- 23 

Philadelphia M 

St. Louis 14 

Bo.«;ton '2 

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FhUadelplUa ... Oil 430 00x^-8 11 1 

Batteries: Bridges, Trout. Mc- 

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Sullivan . Babich. Heus-ser and 
Ha.ves 

At Boston— R H. E 

St. .Louie --.r--<ni 1IOOOO->S 7 1 
Boaton ....000 002 010 -3 10 4 

Batteries Auker and Swift; Dick- 
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At Washinit on— R. H. B i 

Cleveland ..-711W010oO(V-2 10 2 i 
Washington . .0O0 5110O\ 7 i:, o 

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Washington 000 000 011—3 11 2 

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Chicago ..331 000 33X— 12 15 2 

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' PittsburRh - 013 000 46X 14 11 0 
Batteries: Callahan. Javery and 
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New York 21 1» 

ChitaRo ..I..-.-... 19 23 

PhUadelphia ....... 18 24 

Washington 18 28 

St. Louis 1'^ 25 

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Seattle 36 25 

Oakland 39 29 

SiMi Di'-Ro 34 30 

Sacramento .t 33 34 

San Pranclsco 31 33 

Hollywood .......... 32 

Los Angeles 28 34 

Portland 24 31 



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SEC'O.ND DIVISION 
Indians. Navy and TiUicum Cubs 

checked In with virtorie.s ui !a.vf 
Second Divusion ba.^ebail 

games. 

Tnbe.smen. beaten 21-5, Sunday, 
on their home -grounds, reversed the 
tables on the Brown Bonibci.s by 
rcgLslering a 22-7 tnuniplt at Beacon 
Hill park. Bombers used three btirl> 
ers In a futile attempt to halt thf 
Indian »luggei-5. 
8( oie by Innings: 

Indians 162 81-r22 

' Bombers 023 02— 7 

Batteries R Albany and A 
UeorKe. H Al^.iaiider. Kukbride. 
Mitchell and R. Alexander. 

NAVY WINS 

Playing at Admirals Road, Navy 
defeated Cedar H)I1 Athletics. 7-<3. 

Fi- e ruit.s ni liie openini: frame gave 
the .-ailois a lead which they 
rel.nqui. lifd ' • ' 

Score by innings: 

101 1 Cedar Hill - 010 20—3 

'"«•. ' Navy . - - .M)i 10- 7 

ui ' Batteries — We.^ton and Miller; 
Fitzgerald ahd Llttlehale. 
Cubs fielded eight players at Oak 
but defeated the Eagles, 
ln.-.t .^''H'-mi .-. < hainp.oi, 8-7. 4n the 
bebt game of the evening. 



4 



3 

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ptMif caused aome of tlitf~ players 

to get motnentarlly "hot headed ' 
"Dusty" Malr and McDonald .starlKl 
to tnule puiiclie.s 111 the third perUKl. 
and were given ten minutes In the 
"cooler" to think it over, and in the 
final .ses.slon "Pud" Prldham -and 
George Langdon decided to .settle 
their difTerriK <■.' with thflr fists. 
They, top, drew majoi' penalties. 

Playing -without -the services of 
their .'^tar centre. Carl Ovtharick. 
and powerful Tom C;uney. defence 
ace. Alerts showed plenty of fiKht 
against Manager Ous Munroe's pro-' 
teges. In one of the most 'nigged flx> 
tures of the sea.son 

Jokers, trailiiiK b\ ihrrf' Rual. 
going Into the final jy iiod Ma<?ed a 
powerful rally, one 




omcials: Ditchbum and Brynjolf 

son 

Pi'iialtie.s: Tliompson. Langdon. 
WiUianu. McDonald, Brown, Blsch- 
lager. Harding, all two minutes: 
Langdon and McDonald, ten min- 
utes each iflghtlngt; Prldham. Mc. 
.Sween. R. Allan O'. Ovcharlck. 
Uttke. all two minute; ; Ovcharlck. 
fl\e minutes; Prldham and D. Malr. 
ten mUiutes (fighting). 
Line-ups and scorers: 
Alert."^ CJawlev, TlionipMm IjaiiK- 
dnn ll'. D Coate.s 'li, F'nkford '2i. 
N. Coates i3i. WUliain.s 'Si. Price 
(1>. McDonald, Brown i2). Cockln. 
Bischlager and Warding. Total,' 17. 

.Jokf-r.s MaKK.s Kennedv. W Malr. 
Pririliani i2>. Mc.Sween >2*. R. Allan 
111. nioma-s i3i. Ludbrook il'. Ov- 
that drew the I charick (1), Cooper, L. Patrick (4i. 



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IstaMtafeMl ti« 

Jirirr Waallnis ^ Umthtttt CmH 
Mm a M« Clalkw 

Itll OOVIBAMI Nr SI8l.tT ruiisf <.^,n\^ 



admiration of the 800 or more) Uttke f1> and D. Mair. f^tal. IS. 



103 : 



m 

114 
IIT 

I" -Bay Park. 



Bnarrin Ill 

Bpnill'll t.Ullt \ Ill 

fiicii Ti inh : loa 

B:i')v Jrf . Ill 

.'■•'I iiir.' I rr M'- II " 

iiTi- "viiiiiip in.1- 

(l.i.il lor Mil 

M' r-.i'-i 

\r' 1 •■ 

(I ylA\ «■..! ■: 118 

Gold Baint t I'H 

*Km*n RAra— am and pnf-halt ^iir- 
lona< 
Nfdrow 

Malpo Rird 

niinrorl ■ 

rniit Tokm 

Snrrrry 

Hrit)i«by .y. 

I.cplariou.< 



Lurlas'Son 'Wall) ... .. tl 4fl 

Tl)n«. 1:12 1-S. . Alae ran' Dr.vpnni 
never ' Owcna. up N over, Uy Clarabrl. Bubblinp 
Lad. 

HIXTH aACC— eix.turlonaii 
Hnmp Riirnint <Packfri 11140 n 4n 13 40 

Hrcpkf <r Clrayi ... 3(0 2 JO 

OIimpHs iBalaakti 3 00 

Time, Ml. Ala» ran; ,RolUnt Ball. 
Sumatra IT 
sF.VRVTii R\( I— lilk anil mie-ai«(c«ntA 

Brautlfiil It ' D'.'Irifun) tIft.Oe IS M }3.4e 
Mount \r : U 

ilKntfk ... 344 1.4n 

Tourli Ai.i) <!<• Nr\(-. .. . . J.JO 

Timr. L44. Alto ran Qosum. At Play 
Hucar 

I K.HTH nACC— Mile aQd one-rial.tli 
IS.M *^ «2 



BlClCLt K iUMr V^UEH LIGHTS 

THURSDAY. JUNK f, - - 8 P.M. 
ADMiaaiuM. '^&c — nuBBTSD. abr — CXII.OBB1I, lo^ 

CYCLEDRaME. DOUGLAS AND BUKNtlOB' 



HOLLYWOOD RACING 



HOLLVWOOD PARK. June 4.- 



\ Orra ' Nf vr» i 

III Rant'- •Mrrrlttt 3 30 2 40- 

Tona.% iRo)>in»oni itn 

Time.. 1 ."iJI-.i AIm> ran Torrti Marcher. 
Coatep. Srxiii*' 

OVF.RXIGHT ENTRIES 



WATER OALA 
AT CRySTAL 

Twenty-Eight Events Listed 
On Inter-Club Programme 
Tomorrow 




MS 



SPECiAf 




u)A I Resulu here today follow 



(irardmax nifl 

Mntik« nr.u I 

.Sun Trvi - 

Pr.ii r ToKPn 

Ml • ' ia rinn 

Hhri'T JtH^T 

Firat peat.^ U M p.m. 
Wtathar citar. track faat. 



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lt!* 

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III 
lit 
113 
US 
113 
IIS 

im 
in« 

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111 



Tftfr Tok.il'in 
Worrv 

Q«n Pumr . . . 
Boranra 



IMTKI) TO WORK Ol T 

A training Kes&ion of the Victoria 
United football team- will be held 

thi.^ evenniR at the Athletic Park, 
at 8 O ilock All players are a.'ked 



I riR*^T R.4('E-^8U turlonao 

, . ' Pa'rlotlt < 

KIRST R.*« K^-'ix furlonie? Multimilllon 

I.vsajidrr 'Uiil-i^kii I8 60 « . .0 n 40 I ri:,«o KJr ; 

Fair Lrad^iSrpai 13 411 * ' pii.rlo' 

Uandy Vaia (McRoh»rt») , 1.60 

Tim*. I t2 2-> Al«o ran- Herman Je. 
Hlap.'aclc i)i«i>'<i'. M". Rain Chfer. Bportln.i 
Oirrn. War.iln S^ijvcr. Docier.- Prlnccaa' 
Naur, rrvMti'-frtniM. 

*»:c «)\n R\( »— Kr.J- Turlona* 
8.r Ul'-ntinm ■Mrrrltti 17 SO )4 HO t « ri. 
Vallry Boy iKn.<,pp> 3 M .1.00 

Bar<and iV.ia'n 1.W 

Timr, I 00 1-3 Also ran Sc':al r Tftr: 
nam Crrktat. Mint Ubcrtr. UnvanqUlaticd. 
Taroli; ' 

THIRD RArr— Hix furliin-« 
Ariinda T yrayi «: «0 M T3 (tn 

!,^r^^ 1 Pf rmln > \ • on i :(i 

W;Li>»H -f "R W. Sitilll; • i:i> 

Tinic 1 l22-i. AlM> ran Plnku^ Mi&> 
Okah Ila^tinla Swrrpin Sun, ManriCV. 
Kfarrn.u. W.nf Alibi. Bonyni'. Bubblint 
hpra- 

KOI RTH RAre— Six turlonao 
.Smoky fip\drr •Rodrlaurai i* M 140 0 i? ftn 
C-liir( Nadi iParlso" 12 00 f 

Rrvro iChiinarkP .'> 00 

T.nir 1 II Al'o lan Sparkllna Kyr». 
Plying Bonnv. W,nd'lilrld, Babuno Blllie 
Banr 



JtT to attend. 



FIFTH RACr.-!-SiK turlona* 
Sir Sratton iMerritt> . ..114 30 t4 lO ii 40 
Oold lubUa (Lontdcni . 3 303 3 sn 



Spattered With M ud at th e Woodbine 



OOAITUtAOVI 

JU OlIrtiBt A E 

•••ttie 0 7 0 

Oakland * • * 

Rntterles— TM^^lB^aM OMDpMl: 
rippeif and MaMMBU 

At 8acram«nl»— R H E 

Loa AngelM 8 T J 




>KoM» H\<r.— l-i\» furlonif 

ViPM'. ''itin 

Aiii la K . . . ' 

nund.i- '. 

Black Tvphan 

Frr Haiti 

^',>in 

Hn;p» .'^'•il' 

Th» Pav. 

Rollc- Skatrs 

Willir ' . . ,' 

THIRD RACr— %x fur:o;i»s: 
Alaantro 

Don Lirt II 

'AiMarrbln- .hi; 

' f -otd^n Emblni) . . — 

Mnvl* Artor ' 

Z'bfde* 

I Conttrlptlbn 

Btrpinrfr 

Vnvi ooft , . . . ; 

' I A 1 Dnia ■ . . . 

\,.:. tl...-.- 

r oi RTH R AI I - ' l^ I ' 

I rniwrrMman .. 

O'lr rr»»t f . . 

Ho* ' « 1 ' . . 

Al'-- Ti' fi-rn'- 
Wiv,. HtiW V , 

( FIFT(I HACF.— S,x Jurlnnr.rl- 

I R» 'ppalol 

I Bulwa rk . , . . 

I 'B' Hull Strike 

; Plral K.»x .', 

Jiibal Janlnr 

ijiTrnain 

(Bi Ktoha It 

Laaaaior ...... 

«fXTII HMt—ir f . ' 

Wvii'^ Anrhor 

n c Bm 

I 1 r m«"ira 

.'-on nf War . ^ 

Barrtlii ' ' . > 

IFVPVni R4CK— Ono tiill«i 



lin 
11 . 
Ill 

113 

in 
llij. 
11- 
1 1 . 
110 

m 

m 
no 

101 

m 
II . 
Ill 
no 

in 

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il« 
ltd 
111 
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IP 

lit 
in.'. 

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ll ■ 

III 
lt» 

IM 
HI 

no 
ra 
in 
iif 

117 
113 

ma 

10* 



Tw t 111 ■. -Mk ir ' . eiiti. , twelve se- 
nior fourtirn junior and two Ju- 
venilf. are listed on the Vancouver 
I.iiland Swimming League gala pro- 
cm n.ne tomorrow evening at the 
(■i\ ii<i (inrden pool Star perform- 
nrs (rem tlieT M C A VASC ami 
Pi'.cific Club will vie lor honor.s 
Prospects of exceptionally keen 
competition in the junior events ts 
forr.seen by'Tocal officials. 
I Relay rare.s for fl.e trnpliies do- 
nat>ed by the Pro Patria and Britan- 
I nia Branches of the Canadian Le- 
gion, B ESL.. wUl hold an lmpon« 
^imt position on the Ifngthv pro- 
' gramme I h» Pro Patria Cu|) will 
go to the winning junior girU 230- 
yard relay squad, and the first Ju- 
nior h'lv,' tr;i;n will take the Britan- 
nia Branch 'lYophv 
Complete proirramn.e follows: 
Fifty yards free styl*. 
%1'ompn. i . 
Fifty yards fre^^ style, senior 



PE/TER D AWSON L T D . SC Q T LAriD __ 

Tins atlvcrtiscinciit is.iiot |iiiblislicd or displayed liy the Litjuor 
Gdntro) Board or Ky jhe Government of British C.oltimbia. 



Two hundred yards relay, senior 
women. 

Two hu nd r ed yard* relay, senior 

men 



SUFFOLK DOWNS RACING 



-Re- 



Jimlor 



nirn 

Fifty vards brea.st , stroke 

Kirl.s under fifteen. ^ 

Kifiy vard.s breSKt-rtrokP. Junior 

l)(i\-- nnd'r fif/'cn 



SUFFOLK DOWNS. June 4 

mill,^ here I<<1bv follow 
( riR'<r KA« I— f<n fi.iiii.t 

' KI' . Llahl 'Bodiou' 120 <H) H 20 «1 «i 

I/irra iTaylof HO 3*" 

i Mifli.li:nda iRtrvpn""* •• . . . 140 

I Timr. I Ur-'' A:>'. ' Mini OallaM. 

I Paradr l^Kir' Ri,\rr ll. ,M >• "Blr 

' SEroND a*l »— <Jnr ml!'' 

I David w .i(/. 'M 11.1 20 17 «/i 13 «n 

I Danu'-a ■.Hi|iti» ... 6 20 1 :o 

rurli,t)'r ' Drr>rr ■ . , . 2 M 

senior I T •' : 41 4 ^ Alao ran .On Ourrl. 
•tB" ! ' Bubbl«M»m», B»i Pat 

y .THIRO RAcfe — Pour and onf-half fur- 
! lonai I 

Aurrnla tBtrarn »» SO 14 on n 00 ! 

Niaht Olow (Bodioui s ' 

Rnaall* R iRoarnt 3 09 

• Tit''''' '4 3 ■ AHo ran Jiia Ho^H. Miaa ' 
T! ■ . •. . P^i- Alt ' 




AacM rRf<i.Rvca snora worn nw 

' Tb> m»m» mt Qaalllr Pa*t*rar 
aad Sarvtaa" 
IIM Daaalaa Btraa* Pkwia USUI 



nilKTH R\(K — On* noil* 
Rt.:. I!rp'7r ijarobai .. .Il»2« 11 40 14 20 

Fif ty yard.s breast stroke, junior , ; ; * J JJ 

rls under seventeen. ' Tim» i 4i 4-5 ai«> ran feiarkmaii. 

Fifty yards br'^ast .itroke. Junior i Jjj, 

under teveiiteen. 1 R4< r— MUr and onr nuart^ 



hoy- 

Fiftv vard.s backstrpkc, , senior 

women. 

One hundred yards backstroke, 

.vninr men 

Fifty yard^ free .stjle. Junior Rlrl.s 
under fifteen. 

m » i i y ya i i de fr e e style. Junior boys 



I 



m iuo<ier flffetn 



Fifty yard*, free stjde, jtmior firla 
, under seven veen 

' One 'hUMdred yards free style, ju- 
nior boys undifr seventeen, 
nfty yard.a breast , stroke. ienlOr 

women 

One hundred yard."* breart stroke 
fenlor men 

Fifty ylirdJ* free style. Juvenile 
;glrls . . 

t Fifty, yanii fre« Wyle, Juvenile 
.boys. 

' One liundred yar^ free style, se- 

[nior women. 

Line-up of 8iy:(icers cricket team i Two hundred \ard.«; free style, se- 
for this afternoon s match against ' 



I I'.MTii r%rr— Milr and on'-«lxfrr 

li i' l; ■ I. irn 

Plrat Choiea ^'m^rt^^ w^ :. . ^ 

I BoafTo- I ^. 

Ooo".' Otrl 

I Rift) r;rri> 

! R»d Amarni) 

I Pt P#fO ..^4 

S r OrT v.Ltt i ... 

I Tomm» N, , . .' 

I Sharpy , . . 

Plrat poit. 



, in"! 
IP.-. 

vh . 
ina 
112 
Tia 

1 in 



II" 
117 



00 11 W «2 ► 

4 r.r, 1 

1 'I'l 



1 p m. 



Wtather rlear. tfSrli fav 



HillW s ( ItK KET XI 



N 



O. dear iradfr.v the partlia Ini look dootly you may recognite on position a^ Woodbine Park rlfh^ In 
the above layout sre not in the' the left Jockey C W Rmith. and' the first race on a recent wet day. 
throe.n of a beauty treatment on the right young Dude Foden. who Th«> frark was the iwoplest It it been 
Neither »rc they just flalabed with, was alao young twenty years ago In }ear8 PS— It was the beginning 
— .--n^. — m^.^ . 11 haten't^ of a bad day for both horsebackers. 

six 



a pte-threwlnt centeiit. ^^Ifiey are 

but examples of thst old race track 
pfoverb, "Never lay . Jack, of the 
piil^ ft fniddy dftjr." n 



\ 



at Duffertn Pftrk. 

rue(u>ed It by now that's mud that Both tried often in ttaf ^ther 
covers their amUmg faces. Thcyj caces. but all 



■1 



the Oarrtson. at 2 30 ocloeh. will be 

a.s follows: F. T\rrell. N. Tyrrell, 
Oakman. Turner, shrlmpton. Gardi- 
ner, Baker. Hesketh, Walton, Cairne 
and Lee. 

HITLER AT IT \<,MN 

The remains of Charlemagne have 
been removed frooi ttMithtn sind 
Uken Into the interior 9t Otrmaoy 
—(News Item > 

Hum Oerman heroes 'are having 
a roufl^ tkne. First Hltier makes 
tura tti Ml iikvfs 



junior 
junior 

junior 



nior mfh. 

fifty yards backstroke, 
flrls under fifteen. 

Ptftv vardi baekatroke, 
boya under fifteen. 

I^f ty yards baekstiioke. 
girls under seventeen, 

Piftjr yards backstpokrr^jtmtor 
boys under seventeen. 

One hundaed and fifty yards med- 
ley relay, aertlop woBUfti 

One hundred and fifty yards med- 
ley relay, senior men. 

Two liaii**^ yardt jioUor 
girls. 

Two., hundred yards relay, junlor 



Ijirtr p. .tr., I Iff ' tn I ... 114 SO la »0 |J *0 ^ 

PnrriMn Ha.".*'!'! 5 00 2 aO 

Hrirn^ l*rt <Mar»^ r.-TTTT ~.— ^-rrr fSS-- 

l.n.r. 2 0^-5 AIM ran Ca.vt Mill. Ttir 

fiiriv Nun 

•«IXTH RAM— <ii.f mil* 
I 'i; 1 iin , Bt«'\» I ■ n ' 
Panorai'C'ip' '.Mf^rl" 
U^tarn 1 Prchrr « 

In,' in? f."'! r«r, Hiht M •!>•• 
Ci. ■ '/" Ji'.r,. f 

■ KTVrVTH BACr— Ull)> ahtf m.ryt 

UcnUi. 

auprtm* Plai tBodiea) . 1*40 14 00 12 ao 

tiOlactifn lAtkiniotii . ; . S *'i 3 00 

Cnnrad Mann <Sulllri ... 2 an 

7 rr,r ■> • A'.«« r«n Mnhrap P« 

R« 

I 11,11 rH R \< I ~t,t.r n.i,'. 
riirt .)',- H'ldio., It SO 14.20 13 (I'l 

Wl 'f f' pprr lajlor' 4 40 2 

Br.1i f Hii>- ' 3 K'l 

rim». I 40 i Alii'i rai. H«.l',n», 
anna, (ifnu.hi Pr .i I .. ■ « /t 

RAIM.K> I KM Vtfii 

Tllllcum Ralners camr to. life 
Monday night at Beacon Hin'Park 
and in-.iinred F^rnwood Otants, U-i, 
in a junior baseball league fixture. 

AMERIt AN AHSW lATION 



Swim Gala 

Thursday, May • 

AdmtuiMt: lt m iiia rf ......S5^ 

GMfral. SS#; CMMrn, 1S4 

Crystal Garden 



Wn OPEMTE 

ENLARGED 
PROSTATE 



p 



Louisville 2. Kansas City 0. 
fit Paul S. Columbus 3. 
M .jkaukee 4. Indianapolis 3. 
Minneapolis 11, Toledo f. 

OOOO DAT 
Employer <to town dwalkr): Well, 
hfliw many at6m dM jm ftl y«r 

terdayt 

Traveler: I go two ordert th one 

shop 

Employer What werP they? 
Trsveler: One was to get out, and 
Od §am m» to atay out! 



Or Afir I rinarr Ilia af Mm 

rovariT r« 
'I, OT? ■f.n.. r,f h^nlo/vl and 
' •[.•r fi. rf Mf ■ •'^1 lr»aim»l»l 
!',r rr.;«rt,.d pr'.'.'» WlTHOTrT 
OPrnATION n:»rn',»l« form. Tn, 
iiinrin'«;« ar.d advira in plain »n- 
ralnpa prra by mall. Our SR««laltr 
-Traataiaal kp «all wttiMM pm- 
•nttal taUttUm 

KNGLISH HERBAL 
DISPKNSAKY, LTD. 

IJM nati* «ir'>i raa*««*«r. ac. 

e»lab l>t "1 ■■ ^»r 1« T'tri 

Consultation by Appointmant 
ONLY-PbOM TfWty ISIS 




aU^VfTM « 

BOULTBEE 



TIIK DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. WEDNESDAY. JUNE>5. 1940" ' 



11 




H*v«n et RMt (KOL>. 

r>-pp«r Vouna'« ramtly iCJOR). 



• I . I' m — Over tn« Top (CM). 
•»•«•' K»tf Hoimlns (KOMOK 

i! V Kai''iir..rr. iifui < KJR>. 
U.Itit to Hiiipan ;. iCJOH' 



TOD^Y'8 HIGHLIGHTS 

6:10 pjn.— The BUly Conn-Out 
l^UMVieh return t)out for the world's 

llBht-hrawwcichi championship wUt 
be dfbcnbed KJR. 

i p m — Fred Ailen will have a£ his 
guest om this broadcut the come- 
aian. 1>K» Rockwell. KOMO, ftPI, 

KPf! 

' NtWS BKOAUCAMN lODAY 

Mornini-*«:00. CBR. CJOR; «:15. 
CrCT; 8:30. KOL; 1:45. CBR; 9:30, 
KJR: 10:00. KOL: 10 45. CBR. 
CJOH; la jjoon. KJR KOL 

A moon— 12:30, CJOR. CFCT; 
1 00. CBR; 1:45, CBR. CJOR; 3:00. 
KIRO; 3:46. KJR: 8:»7, CBR; 4:15, 
CJOR; 4:30. ICOL. 

EveniiiR r, l.v KJR; 6 30. CfCT; 
7 00. CBH CJOR, 7:15, KOL; 7:57, 
CBR: &(X> CJOR; 8:15. KJR; 9:00, 
KIRO; 9:46. KIRO; 9 57. CBR; 
10:00. KOMO; 10:15, CBR, KIRO; 
10 <o CJOR: 11:46, KOL; 11:67, 
CBR. 



Key Station Wave 
Lengths- - — 

c r.r N' I T WORK— 

(IIW). 

.s ue. Rr.n .VETVVORK— 
KOMO (<)2Q). 
KI'O Kl'l (540). 

\ v. c m.i i: M-.iAvoRK— 

KJK ('J7Q), K<jO (7'X)) 
COI.DMBJA NKTWOKK - 
KIRO (710). KNX (1U5U). 
KV1 (560). 

mi;ti'.\f. - DON" i.r.F, m.t- 

\V(»r<K-KOL (1370). 
VICTORIA- 

CICI (1450). 
VA\l.f>LVI.R— • 

CJOR <600). 



-Nf«s Bu..etin. (OBR>. 



* * ' 

4,iUi P II.— lla«D«Ott •! UrtodT (CBR) 
,\f\l capt 8*nlilo. Omoc* Tim* 
iKOUQ) 

Frank Wttinabr mnA Hon-. ArchM UCJIt) 

,)■ b findfr 'KIRO). ^ 
s.irrp and Qoiiiit Club (KOL). 
no»(j of uf« fCJOR' 



4:15 



rifDiround^ 



(KOMO). 
AfTttri of AnihoD7 iKJRi. 
Init to4 round (KIRO). 
.NtWt 



Ufa Baiini fKIf^O). 
Womrn a r*der*UM»-(KOL). 
BUMln- a»ia. (CJOR). 



tTh* followlni protrammta au eompUM 
W Um yartoua broadcasUne MmPMiMa snd 
•N aubwei to chanit). 



8* An 
,UU Womir 



B.%C°. Utn 'rBRl. 
in III Wtiifr 'KOUO). 
M*rnlnt Rexrrif.* iKJR' — 
. Kata amitii 8p»aiis .KiKOi. • 
gar^h^^^unphrica (KULl. 



8,-fK A U -8hip at Joy. .Capt. Dobbila 
.-1,0 (KOMO). 
•ouUMTDalrrs (KJR). j, 
WtMS A Oiri Marrlta (KtROK 
Qlek aHtrwi. Unor (KOLi. 
Ham*. lUjItr <CJOR> 

8.0AAM— Vha ioica Trio iCBR). 
.'nj NatioBOl rarM and Hoom 8our 

'KJR). 

Romance of HtiOB Tro6t (KIRO). 

Nawa <KOl.). _ 

Radio R^vpiiert <CJOR). 



.-8:41 



AM — Nr»» (CBR). 
Oriiiii C(uirrrt (KOMO) 
Our Gal Sunday iKIRO>. 
CarUra of BUm Street (KOL). 



A M -ItagM ICMM). 



tirart 01 Julia Blako iKOMO). 
Tha Ooldb(!ras (KIRO). 
Chartea Acncwa Orchratra (KOL). 

(UifuR)'; 



ll:-!')^^ 



vie and 8>(!le (KOMO). 
Just PUlii Bill (KJR). 
Oealrr In Dreamt (KIRO). 
Musical Round-Up liCOL). 
Pater McOreior (CJOR) 

1-0 .HA "oon-Club Matinee iCBR). 

r*. .Uli tour Tjeat (K^ilOi- . 

Newt tKJB. KOL). 

Pratty Kitty KrUy (KIRO). 

Tha Ifaatar Binceri. (CJOR). 

r P M,- t- ' ' : '» 'KOMO)'. 
ri (. ' KJR). 

Mm.an4 Murtr ,Kint)> 
Christian Bunn'-'^-. .Mrn (KOL). 
Ballad MuMc (CJOR) 



I P.M.— tba WorM^Naan U«doa 
-t .«JU (CBR) 

Paul Carroll, orian 'K'OMOI. 

Irrrne Wicker (KJR> 

Kits and Enrore.s (KIRO). 

News iKOLi 

Aiii tiling Oof» iCJORi. 

I . ( - I'M - Bid narlon (KJR' 

> Bob Oarrrd Ra#«rtta» (KIRO). 

At'' . /on Serenade iKdL). 

tmau^k Votcea (CJOR). 



FLYINVJENNX 



By Russell Keaton 



— . I u I P M -National Forum iCBR). 

Arbo'ftum T»lic (KOUO). 
Tlie CirTii H(ji m t < KJKl 
.Stkr Tticatrf (KIROi ; 
'1 nwn&rnd Plan (KOL) 
III! Raxiaer't Cabin iCJOR). 



t .1 ?t ' M -Mu-K al Soiree 



This War (KOLi. 



(l^OMO). 



•'^(1 PM — Serertkd* (or Btrintt (CBR) 
•'••»" nienn H«rlbttr»-tKOIIO). 

.ShaliT Furltpr iKOL). 
Ii-oncrri Hull (CJOR). " * 



i - .t" F M -Braaillan Ofch. (KOXO). 
't.-tO orphan Annie •KOL). ■ , 



1 O.I r PM 



The Old Oacdancr (CJOR). 



.i ki I P,JI.— Cavalcade of s , . 
f».\fTI K„ Kyaer'i Colleie of 

Knowlrdke (KOMO). 
Scandinavian Reporter (KJRI. 
nienn Mlllrj-'s Orchestra (KtROJ 
Raymond Oram Swim (iCObl. 

Supi>cr Daiice (CJOR). 



rum 
Musical 



i • . 1 •' ! ■ M 



1(> I* .M - Blue 

-Oyf (KOMOi 
Club Matinee (KJRi 
Hilltop House *(Kmo». 
Newa (CJOR I. 



Plata Special 



.Nrwj (KJRI - 
U:ack Bru,l( (KIRO). 

Sichol'oni Sports (CJORi." 



1 arf .tf » IKOMO i 
Stepmother (KIHO' 
Melodv .'>upp:en.fnt 'KOL). 
Dance Hour (CJORi 



That Qirl Prom PSsher'a 



I.rtn PM— News (CBR). 
, \f\f O il I A tone (KOMO). 



Cecil Bolly 'KJR' 

By Kathleen Norris (KIROI. 

Hollywood WhUp era (KOL>. 

TU» If.n T "-•»'-.' i rilUHI — 



. 2 A.lf .— Dane* Orehetlra (KOMO) 



Ann Btrrltnt Wonders (KJR). 
Ufa Can Be Beautiful IKBKU. 

ir i y D Mu i ntBfji irod. " 

Melody Tim* (CJOR). 



a.'ui AM- 



Itoh 

Newt (KJRi 

Tho RUlht to Happtneti (KtROI. 
Mary't Prlendly Garden (KOLI. 
Mernint Mrloderrs 'CJORi. 



0:45 



AM TUP Hand Parade (CBR). 
»' Dr Kate iKOMO" 
Patty Jean Health club 'KJRi 
Halpful HarVy the uttle Show iKUtO). 
Snty Ko«M (CJOR). 



1 A (An A M — Varletlaa (CBR. KJll). 

J.U.UU Ltrhi of tha World (KOMO). 

■iC Miter 'Kmc I. 

Newa (Koi.> 

Oospel Kinier 'CJOR>. 



10:1:1 



1:15 Homekrrpers Calendar 

Dmic« Orcheatra iKJR>. 



(KOMO> 



<;:;;o 



PM.'— Thlt Week in Parllamrat 

(BR' 

fiiiu, Lr neiii I. Kiglil 'KJRI. 
Burnt and Allen (KIROi. 
John B Huthet (KOL). 
Alan Roth (CJORi. 




MUTT AND JEFF 



R /i«7i Makes Everything Clear as Mud! 



By Bud Fisher 



rtEV.PoP.' 
ISTODAV 
TOMORROW^ 



f ceRTAI H LY NOT C I (! 6 RO ' 
1 NOW. JEFF. AG I WA'J 
SAVING^- TrtE MAVOR 
|6REETeDME 



\T WAG.' T^'t^Ay ^jysT AS YfiSieRDAy *tfAS TODAY 

TODAY 1^ TOUAY ^ jcDA'^. AND TcMoRRCW WILL 
BE.Toi>AV TOMORROW, WH (CM 
HAKES tOOM VCSTCRDAY 
AND TOMORROW ALL ATONC£.' 
UHDERSTAHD? 




MOW AS I WAS ^ 
6AVIN6,-Ji»F^. 




MARY WORTH'S FAMILY 



r p .M Luifi Romanelli Orcbealra 

CBRi 



(1:15' 

Mr Ke/-n .KJR' 
Norman Broken.'.hire 'ROD. 
Easy Aeet (CJOR 

7'f\fi P M -News ICBR. CJOR). 
Wa'*hVn*l""'^lt '^rr' Of* t»0>«0) 
Amoa and. Andy iKUtOi. 
Answer Man (KOL). 



M y n i ii d tni i RiWft ' 
Andy lona's Hawallant (KOD. 
Sue t Notebook (CJOR> 

1 " ' ^'"''''O •'^loeka (CBRI. 

Patty Jean Uf»i'ii Cub "KJRI 

Slngln 8*m 'KIRO' 

Tommy Reynolds Orchestra 'KOL'. 



I.I*' P M - R n r Nevn 
.+») Thfi ONr i;, iKOMOl. 
Cowboy Joe 'K.IH' 
Seattertood Bainet iKIRO). 
Lot'a P,lay Bridia (KOD. 



'VUR. CJOR) 



KoMOi 
tl 8 Navy Recrullilig 'KJR; 
Aunt Jenny s RrnI Life Stbrlet (KIRO). 
Ma Perkln* 'KOL< 
Tropical Moods (CJOR). 



lOiliOt, 



A M —Favorite Waltiet (CBR) 
mni l.idy ' iKOMOI. 
Wa'tiiiigtoii »t \Vi-. (KJRI 
Fletcher Wiley 'KlKoi. 
Den UiMMn ai Um Orcan (KOL^. • 
Voice ol Memory iCJOR) 

Betty Crocker (KOMO). 
My Sen and I iKIROi 
Batrhrlnr'R ChtldrOB (KOL>. 

Nfvi's '(;jnn>. 



U.im A M.-lit .BUter tCM. CJOR) 
.UU ifary Marlfa iKOMO). 
Orphani of DIvorc* (KJRi. 
aosteip Ctrl (KIRoi. 

OW VMmtfy Noltbboya (KOLI. . 



O^'AA P M -True Mfp Dramas (KOMOI 
-rf.UU Interlude Merry MualC (KJR'. 
Youne Dr. Malon>' .KIRO'. 
Monitor Views the Ne»s I KOL). 

f^.-f ^r PM— Jose Bethencourt'f Rhumba 
M .Li) Band iCRIiti , 
Mine to Cher.!*!! -KOMO' 

,Io-e n iliri-.roiiil Nr«> 'KJP' 
lli'ddu Iloiiprr s IIolly»nr>d (KIRO). 
Houso of McOrecor (KOL). 
Studio Party (CJOR). 

."J ,0/\ PM - Mirror for Wv>men 'CBRI. 
a> .« ill Ai*ini>t the Storm (KOMO). 
H*rmony Tim* 'KJRi. 
Joyce Jordap. Olrl Interne (KIRO). 
Ptve Hen of (ale 'KOL' 

t> . 1 *' P M - Orr an flei ltal iCBR). 
— Ciiii'lniF I.laht iKOMO). 

Hdrber.shop Qutrtelle iKJRi. 
Tb* WoM Today (KIROI. 
rtoiu tt Bone (KOL).. 



7.-1 \ PM — Int«rlud* ICBR) 
unnf wail ikiwoi. 

N*wt (KOL). 

Licbt Up and Listen iCJOR> 



I .»nl Plan 



caiiadM Cali- i i n '. 
ntatiou Party 'KOMU' 
What Would You Have Oone^ (KJR). 
Dr' Chnsfian (KIRO> 
Lon* Ranter 'KOL' 
RonnI* Matthe«s 'CJORi. 



7 . 4 ' P.M.«-ar*en Oold (CJOR). 



■J-.- - P.M.-NO«a BitUtUn (Cill). 




By Dale Allen 



THEV CAN WlPt THAT 
OUT OVERNICiHT-- • IF 
THEV TURN UP SOMt- 
THINO IN YOUR PAST 
RECORD' THINK hard! 



u 



WELL. I ONCE 
DID A TAP DANCL 
WITH MY CQLLEbl 
GLEE CLUB I 



DON'T JOKE ABOUT ITI LET'S ^ 
StE - VOU Rt SOLID WITH LAROR! 
TWt BLUE BOOK CROWD ACCEPTS 
VOU! Wt GOT A GOOD STRAW 
VOTE SHOWING FROM UP- STATE 
FARMERS'" MMM I 



'<UI PM— Drama Seriet (CBR>, 
i"^.inf fif^ prrtf Allan Show (KOMO). 

Old 1iii«'r< 'KJH'. , 

Ben Ilern.e (KIRO). 
Jli.r.m.. Allrn (KOL). - 
News iCJ'JRi. 

•^•l-'* Our Jap.iu' e Commuuily iKOL'. 
Traaiurt Trail (CJOR'. 



P M -^Jark 
walian Orcl.es' r 



Itiddell and Hit Ha- 
• CBRI. 

Mallbnt. tntrrlude 'KJR' 

Ray Herberk s Orchestra KIROt 

B'tinv ooedman s orclitsira -KOL). 



*1*flA PM -London Caltlni (6M). 
»».mr frtd Wanna (KOMOi. 

I'ollmari ai "ic Oi»in iKJR> 
Np" TCf I, Joliiiiiv I (,rie I (KIRO). 
I''ult4>n Le«i>. Jr. <KOL' 

Ufa Caa -B* BooutifiJ (CJORi. 



11 :15 



and Lot* 

Buian ICBR. CJOR). 
Ml Pr rklna (KOMO) 
Amanda of Honeymoon Hill (KJR) 
It Happened In Hollywood >KIRO). 
World P*oe* Waya (KOL). 



ol Or 



O .A 1- P M 

• rur 



irnnean Rituatl'tn (KOMO). 
This Woman s World (KIRO). 
|»eatil<- S'fiir iK(^)l.i.v 
Ma rrrklnt iCJOR) 



^ . < <; P.M.— Baseball Oama (KJR). 
<^.1»' 8torytone.% 'KOD. ' 
Radio Revellers iCJOR'. 




WELL, TOO l&Tt TO WORRY, 
MERE ON THF EVE OP T HL 
CONVENTION RUT SOMEWHERE, 
SOMETIME . YOU Vt MADE A 
SLIP JOHN'. AND BEFORE 
YOUR CAMPAIGN IS VERY 
OlO.weXL HEAR ABOUT 



til Bt^~- 
BRACEO FOR 
THE Blow. 

LUKE.! 




SUPERMAN 



Help! 



By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster 



9,(\(\ P M — Choral Proirammo (C8R) 
•UV Band of Fortune (KOMOI. 
Paul Rullivmn Reviews the Newt (KIRO) 
NcKfpaper of- the Air (^OL). 



n.1 p» 

•' . I Pi ll Ham- " ' 

llull.vv lidd (ios.MP 'CJOIi 



■1 KIPO). 

1.1 K'lL' 



•7 .OIF 'i BR' 

Centlnucd 9n Page 14 



THE CROWN VILLA- and VI 

IT'STD BE BLOWN UP IN A > 
FEW MINUTES BY A MVSTCRICXJS 
GENT WHO CALLS HIMSCLF > 
"THE UN KNOWN" -THIS RATES 
LOOKING INTO! 




SORRY, LADY I NO H ^ 

ONt ClAN ENTER THAtN 
APAirrMENT! I F WHAT 
WE'VE HEARD iSTTJUE/ 
IT WILL BE BLASTED J 
TO BrrS IN A F^EW 
SECONDS! ^ 





THE APApTMENT-_»?-J 

YOU'VE OCT TO LET ME 




i VE BEEN SWbffMNW 




n«9A * M —Concert HaU (Cllt). ' 
.OU Prpper Yriini'a P»mU/ (KOMO) 
JohB'a Other Wife (KJR). 



. » )U 



Porti:i Blake Facea Life iKOMO) 
.K««y I>oe.i It 1K.IR1 
Olrl Vocallrt and ErwLn Yeo 'KIRO> 



Hits LIKE III AT - By Fred Neher 




POPE YE 




POP 



*^Much Ado Abaui Nothing" 



By J. Millar Watt 



r 




BLONDIE 



^_^A-U^nUHg We Musi Go! 



By Chic Young 



THCXIGHT 





a. - - ., . , 




Business and Prftiessional Directory,^Want Adsi 



lUTM won oummtD or want 

AOVnTinOIBllTS 
tm MBti • word mcM tnMrtlea. *t*«lv« 
e*r.U • word ■ wrrK. with • mlntmuin ot ' 
t«n word*, caiii w;<ii onlrr N* a<l«trli»r 
manti kcccptcd tor itn mm ivtnty-ntt 
ctnti. 

Dtaib and Kuntral Mj^icct, II. M nr*i 
tBiwtlwi tlM ter Mcli ■«iti«inl taaw- 
tioD. ltsrriMM> Oartfa •! Tbaakf snd 
In MMBoriftm Nolle**. II. M p«r laasnimi. 

'^Birth Notice*. II 00 prt tmvttoa.^^ 

AdvrrUMrt who doir* mar hava rapllat 
addrnMcd to • box at Tha Colonial and 
fMW*r4*d. to tiMir privau Addraa* A 
'Chart* of tan e*0U l» m*d* tor maiiiDa 
repllrs. In thi* CM* •4d Uum votU 
t' B'x rolonMf) I* tlM MMM M* UM I ^rviec the 
number of nordt - . 



DEATHS 

(Cootiouadl 



It MfUATIONS \VA 
FEMALE 



CHATnUi— At th* Royal Jublla* Hoapltal 
ea iiUM 4, IM*. tlttr a loni llInaM' 
■oillc* R*4mond ChaUeU. bclovM wKr 
or Idward Chattel), of 175 Monterey i 

A\m\:ir ;ii hrr thlrt/'Ortt year, born iii 
s . Auti had been Uviu* I, ere (m 

'« > vrniv Hlir leave*, besides har hu^• 
Kaud i»n dauihter> Doi'i'liy aikt-Foarl. 
■•II of Virion*, iiid hn (athar. Frank 
l^n*. at QuaUeum Beacb. B C. 
_riia*rlil froa Htyward's BC. RuMral 
CbA^l pn TburMUf^st i ii p.m. 



KCUABLB WOMAR 
dmlir K245S 



WORK 



^yOMAN W«nt» Work- Wa*hln«. IronlU. 



'OUNO WOMA.N WAM3 O K P I C E 
work. ramiliar with nooklceepinc 
Bo» 1M3. Colonut 

Y~~ OORO WOMAN «mx DO-OLBAmMO. 
•aaMni and irontM. br hour, oms. 



Out-of-town reader* nl our advertl**- 
meni* aak adT*rii««r* to fiv* addrcu *i 
w*l| •* pbOM iWBtar*. a* tl t* n** alirat* 
poattblo to coBuauBlcat* ttorouib th* 
phon*. 



Any ClaUa tor rtbat* on account ot 
•rror or omloaion* inuai ba mad* within 
thtrtp dar* from th* data of th* asm*. 
•taarwlM claim wii not b« allowed. 

' Tbo CalMlat will not b* reapohdbl* lor 
■Mr* t bjiB aao tii*orr*el ui**rttan ol anr 

1**u*. ^ 

Th* Colonut »etvlc* I* «v»il*bl* ev*r]r 
day from a am. to » P ni . exreptlnc 
Buoday. Just call Emtxre 4114 

To intura inaertion. CUaMfleO AO* uiould 
raacb Tb* Colonut bclor* I p aa. *a th* 
day prevtoua to pubUeatloo. 

Claa&ifled Ad* For Tha Sunday Colonial 
wil^^ccepte^gpWJM>m^o^tMa M/d*^ 



4 - 



I. 



Acreaca for Rent 

Acreaia for Sal* 

Acreage Wanted «• 

Aiceni* Wantatt .■•»•••.•••. 

Autoa (or Hirt.... 

AutomobUa* 

Binh* 

Bicyclai and Motorcycl**:. . 

Boat* and Launch** 

Building Matariali 

Buiin*** Dlr*ctory 

Builn*aa Opportunltl** ... 

Card* of Thank* 

Church Notice* 

Clothina. rur*. 8ho*a Bt*. 

Comma KTcnt* 

Dancina 

0«atb* 

Dr*aMD*li>n( 



• • • a • • 
•••••• 



t*a*«*** 



WAIXIB Mr*. Mary WalUs. aiaow of 
Richard P Walli*. «ho *l one time »a* I 
M*n>b*r of l>*rllam*nt for Come*. paa**d 
■ wajr yettcrday at lilt Yat** /|tr**t, *» 

Ih* *te of «eventy-elfM ye*r». 
Funeral lervicr will be held thI* *v«nln( 
«( I o clock In the chapri of H*yw*r<l • 
B C. y^J^er*l CoinpMiiv f ollo»uii ihit 
! the rem»in« wili be for«.trd»d to 
ParkiviU* for further tervices and mter- 
menl. ' 



tl 



mWONAL 



A PERMANENT WAVB. INPIVn}(2M4.y 
»ty 

Spier 
I reel 



rUMBB4L OIBBCrOftt 



THOMSON PVNXRAt ROMS . 
ini Ouadra Btr**! / 
C«i»t*ta %*rMca at Raaaonabla Co*« 
Udi AttoBdaiii 

Phoo* 01IIJ 

HAYWARU BC FUNERAt CO- LTD. 

B*tablUh*d 1M7 
1I« Brouabton Btieet. Victoria. B C 

MU_ B anpir* 40fS O *rd«D T«7S 
lAdy A**i*t*nl 



led Special prie*« on aiia^poo and 
w*ve Bert W*iM* iaWB. Tn Tate* 
Telephone B 40n 

TREAT YOU CAN APFORU— CREAM 
or your atrawbernes. Half pint* 10c 
ord*r* d*livtred Th* Regiatered 
Hrm DBtTtM.-«l*. O »«44 - 



:\ t 

Pbona^ ord*r* 



A 



ucCAto. imus 

"The Moral Kunerai Homo" 
Offic* and Cliapei Coinrr JuoMOB aB4 
vaiuouvei 6iieet> 
Phone U ariTeo 2011 ~ 



Kdveatlonal •••••••••t«>«'>>> 

Farnna for ftent. 

Farm* for Sal* . . .'. 

Farm* Wanlad .. 

Flat* an j AMrt aiMta 

Flower* ... 

For Balo— Mliccllaneou* 

Furnltur* ••• 

^loi 

KHiraT Dirwtnri . 

Purnlkhed Hmjk»< lo r?ent 

PurnUhrd Rorrrn I'l Rent 

Purnlkhed Room* Went'd 

RalrdrcaMr* and Beiuiy fiperl*Il*U 

Rotel* 

nouitekeepin* r?oom» to Rent 

Hou>ekeepinK nooB* Wanted 

Houne* for Bule 

In Memoriem 

LIkttnc* Canrflled 

Iy»»t and Found 

Machinery 

Market Special* 

Iterrlaa** 

ltlie*UBneous <......•.... 

Money to Loan..\ «.«. 

Monumental Work* ■» 

Mualc 

Mualcal Inatrumern 

Nur**ry stork ri«r.ti. rir 

Kuratna and convalescent llnmei 

Ortio*. Store*. Hall* to R«nt 

P*r*onal 

Profeaalonal Directory 

Property for Sal* • •• 

Property Wantad 

Poultry and Uvaatock 

Radio • 

Room and Board ... 

, Room and Board Wanted 

Situations Wanted— Femal* 

Situations Wanted— M»l* 

Hummer Rcaoit* 

•wap* 

Teaehfr* Wantad 

Timber 

To rxrhanee. Real K(tat* , 

To R«nl-Mlkcellanemi» 

Btovoa. Ranees Fiirn».-f« 

UnfumUhed Mouwi to nent 

IJnfurnlahed Rooms W*ntcd 

Wanted — Female Help i*. • 

Wanted — Male Help 

Wanted Mlxcellaneon* f. 

Wanted to Borrow 

Wanted to Buy— Houses ■ . . 

Wanted to Rent— Mou»«» t!nfurnl*h*d I7B 
Wanted to Rent— lUacflUneen* *• 

13 

wo^w .. •«■.. 

I BimTBS 

>|f>RI»IS At 'the Bo»*l Juhile* Ho-olt*! 
nn June 4. to Cap'ain and Mr- K T. 
Morn*. ISI virion* ^vellue. a rtkukhtrr 

■I'RBRIIXIE- At St .Irsenh s Ho-n i*l on 
Jgii* iTto Mr and Mrs James P B.ir 
brtM* of IM< Mm* 8tr**t. a daiMHter 

Wetidy Wane 

CRONK At RoykI Jubilee Hospital, to Mr. 

and Mr*. A Cronk. of 34.11 CralamilUr 
Rnad. a *0B. 



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- B. J CURRY a SON 
Fun*r*l Olr*cia(* 
Comai <>iia«ra and Brouabtaa $UfU 
_. Ptaoa* a U II 

Uiaunctiy* »'un*rai Scrvic* in our Nao 
Mortu*ry at Moderate Co^i 
Experienced tady Attendant 
8ANDB MORTUARY. LTU. 
Phonea E7tll. O 3>J0 IIOI Quadra St 

1 FLOWEBg 

ANY FU3RAL OBBIORB'at lowoat prices 
Pollock Broa.. tilt Douila* Ht u 5Ji5 



4 bOUVENIR CA S r. put PRBS WITH 

/\ three photos. tl.M. Campban 

Kre^ie Blork ■ 

4 REAL SPEClAb^TNFANTS' BONNETS. 
^\ M phllv Tilled values to II 50 for 39c 

yn* >r • 714 Yatrs 

MAR.SllAI.K Ulna REMODELED, 
•prrial pr ces 6: »39 Y»ti s St 

REN1WOOD COLLEUE ENTRANCE 

•acholarship rxtminatioir*. May 31. 
For particular* *pply lo the h aadmaaur . 

" SUilMER PEP TONIC • . . 4, 

IkAILY ilaiie* of fre^h vecelaWa or fftitt 
* Juices—have It d«liv*r*d or drink it at 
a r*«B O at4*ii J » > **4. f 4l 'Vt * #. r^ O 1033. 

"EXCELLENT Arrommodatlon m privat* 
J home elderly lady or lei.tleman nurt- 
Inl care if necessary Bo« iH'i f oiomst 

I^-^CZEMA. rrcH. piLjbS. piMPLts- lay 
^ Oforee Lee'i ChlneM ^mcdy. 438 Cor- 
morant Kt A!l departmenlal druk aiore* 

I 

9 J 

PKOMPT AND Sn3CLENT.-R£ 

Iteration lervtc* vdona E 07M. Art 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
IN WANT™ , 
' ADS 

Yco can Hlathen «our amiwi ai 
ACll as vctjr ciMnfiid arfMrtiMnwrts 
10 Th« Ceknttt (Uadfi art ofter 
intrrcttcd In Wart Advftiscnvr.ts 
that do net C3>r> tht narm or ad- 
dOiSCf c' s«'4,\bu» • Color. i»f 

tSt» 'Hj'T>bc' '^c '•cccnvTwJaf'cr 
o' thcja 'eadt'j wNj ♦ rvj it r<cn- 
vtf HEr t to wiiif an arsvucr and' Ic 
tc'va advtitser better 

We W;ll Take Replies 
to Box Numbers Over 
\he Telephone 

T'-f C'-Misr serve* *i availat'' 
'rem 8 A.M to 9 PM. puctpling 
Sunddkl Phort E mo<rt 41 14 



Ju PBOFES aiONAL DIB ECTOBt 
I ~ lOaatiBnad) 



M 



RS. BARKER. MAS.SEt'SE VAPOR 
balba. cluropodli^ J'^i, llu«a U 1441 

OSTEOPATHIC PBTSItrAXi 



I |R VERNON B TAYrx^R. REOIS- 
i ' lerad and tireiited 4(«-7-i Dalmoni 
Buiidina Pbone i mp r* 78:13 



PATBRt ArrORNETS 



E 



RnErr 



J^^ (CARVER y 



ii .MONEY TO LOAN 
»Oa*tftiia«> 



Reilttered Canada aid U S 
Patents and Trad* Maik* In All Countrle* 
tea W Pender Yancouver Phone SeyiJSJ 

I.-v^HKReruNHAUOU Ji CO 
Patents and Trade Mark* 

Clfkei rhtoughout Canada and U S 
7s<i W Hender Vancouver I'! one -Sej 379a 

MAKKS it CL«j<K. or LONDON. CNO , 
Ottawa. Waxhlnaton. ate. rat*nta and 
uadrmitrks tn all countrl**. Ml-aos Bank 
I f ; o BuUdina. Douila* BtrMU vic- 



40 FOB SALE— mSt LLL.iNEOl h «7 
tContlnuadi 



KUO.M A.NU BU.\RU 
(Cootinuadi 



l,'<OR BALE-MOrrAT Ilf CTRJC RANOE, 
1 four-burner. 10™ 
aaiii. gh one t OiU. 



IRACUC SAWOUtiT BURNER-MORE 
Jgdra'a BM»* Btor* 



^1 b«at. I*** fuel. 
EI4I1 TH Jobnaon 



X'EW McCLARY AbUCABT "WBIiCOME 
furnace. Capacity 11,000 (U. ft . t47 io. 



&3 FLATS AND AP.UlTMtMB 
TO RE>fT 

*ConUnu*d> 



1,X)i u klkim svrrr i'T.-*tNACE. thi 
ruum 1' lao'iooni *ull*. BmOsOa 

1707 vaaoM«# 



duh 
8! reel 



( •• r : Api>l» 
ai Buiiu>ti>'. Hi>ad 



i''OlR BRKilir ROtJMS IN PRIVATB 
h ':iir o.i.iircom. furnished. 1114 

ROU.I 



■ inn. 



ea.sy t'tins 
Brouchiun 

N~ EW AND 
Burners 



Tracker A: Soni. Ltd 'Sb I 

:i ' v.. 'orin n (" (■ ' 



I'SED 
kl.'iiin K 



R A S CI tii. OIL 
740 fir; r .t.i.' 



KANQE 
mott 



Fort Street 



CASTINGS BTpCKEO rUH 

makaa BC. Hardwara. 7ii 



rHTMt>TBiBBrt 



HR .UVBBT-RailaUrad and Ueented 
• lU-l Pambiirton BvUdias u 3*43 



Jt OFflCES. STOBBS. HALLS 
fO BENT 



I^^OR RENT-SUITE OF THREE OKnCE.S 
with vault, auitabie for medical, dtiiia:. 



CtARB JBWBLL. 
WOOD ARO OOAL RAROBB 
PRIOBD mOM IM U 

CoawlMt WIUl waterfront - E4>y Term* 
Trada-lB* Accepted 

McUniHAR. McMCBLY * PRIOR. UTD. 
1400 Oovcmnseol Street Phon* G lltl 



tax 



MiSCCLtA.SEOM 



VBC WASHER SPECIAL MODEL 240, 
• cajacJty < lbs dry i .n iir 



with (hrec-piece aluniu 

cookln* set Both for iliH 9 

C. . J. licDeweU. 1304 Do 1^ 
HcoUard Buildina. 



nmpleic 

l..feiime' 
V iprnis 

^ ^■ 111. 



A T 410 BUfCOB BTRBET— GOOD ROOM 
«\ and .board, raasonabl*. G I0a3._ 

~t T "BB5>ipimi»W. im~CRBBq;BNT RpT. 
*\ on aandy beach O •47a. y 

HRIOHT ROOM. BRXARFAST, GARAGe'. 
privat* {amiiy. Bu* and Jitn*« 

B 7073. . • _ _ 

HOARD AND -ROOM IN PRIVATB PAM- . , 
lU rear 0 7730 , 1 I,''!. RM311KU TWU THREE AND POOB 

- a rooms froin ti4M to 133 montk UU 

HOARD RESIDENCE. COM PORTABLE J Pandot a I'lione owner. E 3141 
I nriif r^-nM ii .ble 1*13 Beliiioi.' 

/ lUMtOH I ABLE HOME IN OAK BAY 
V cloM to but and ttreel rur Double 
lit atnde room miih meal* Phone li i2.ij 

lOMFORTABLB BINOLB AND DOUBLE 



LLY KURM8HED ONE AND TWO 
bed'oom su:ir> pritate baih> tacant 

1 Sa^(>^ M»!l.^loli^ li Mil 



i 

Street 



0 1741 



1,>lR.M.«llH|i 
,4.1 



.m n y 
1 



BY WEEK OR 



I lOMPORTABLB ROOM IN 
^ home, with or wtiheut meal*, 
tea and xar. 243 Ruttrll.. 



PRIVATE 
Near 



1LBAN. BRIGHT ROOMS. GOOD BOARD. 
Fairflald. G7WI._ - 



OOM CONVENIENT 
Si.i: nur»e» Near 



VHli 
el 




RMY CHtarS MOUNItl) ON ClUAR- 
e ra.-.es larkei.s. aautie-. rompact.s 
Rose s \i 1 U rv. 131' 



(.■'.Mil.I.SlI HAND l.AUWDRV MIKM) 
J vli.r' 1.1. ■ nr. Collars tuiiif. I KM! 

V'OR 
I Ir 



it per cent National Hnuainf Act loans ; ( I 
P R. Brown * Bonii Ltd.. Illl Bread 1 £ jMi 
street Phon* O T171. ^ 

MONEY TO LOAN AT liOWEBT RATES 
on flrtt mortiacc* Monthly repay- 



fice. Phone. li«ht. 17 iO nioiitlily. 



Caulk. 



Y- 

lue, 



I/HEE INfXiHMAI ION t l^.MIMNF H 
»l'ti» Ixii Hi Soci^lv r|e H.eml'ii 

' '; 1 Hi' 1 ' ■, S' ri I ■ I- T , t Hf I - 

|,''n..M.S I;FVKLOPtD A.NU 8 OLISTrN- 
I ii.n r-.iu* tor 3S<' CO. 11 Quick srrv.ce 



nirnt plan If desired. 
,J H Whittome A Co.. 
ton Building^ E9'J13. 



Ud.. Ill' 



Monk. 



37 



MISCELLANEOL'S 



A W B. ALL KINDBr PILBD. BCT. 
■ ummed. etc Pbe^a W CMifri. 1347 



Gladkton* Aeanu*. 



33 BUSINESS DIBECTOBY 



LLEA.M.NG 
^UIOMOBILE Upholitery. Chesterfieid 



31 TO BENT— MISCELLANEOUS 



- ELECTRIC 
uarantcad. 131.10. 



.■EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. WITH 
or without meal*, in lar**. well-fur- 
niahed privaM hom*. Raatonab)* term* 
to member* ot tb* Pore** *nd their 
famlllea. Reteraneaa alven. Only one 

... - „- : roinuta from th * city tlmlta. In Biaiitmalt. 

WABHRR. i phooaTt Mai. 



ttl 



Kort Street' 



\DOUULE LO.M' Oh CINDERS. II. ltA> 
nure Soil, travel. ru<'k delivered G kS44 

t BARGAIN— SINGER CONSOLE ELEC- 
.•V trie machine, tialf price _S2« Fort St 

OAT COVERS." LAUNCH HOODS AND 



Bio, I.'ti 

c 



KIPLINU APAKI Mt:M(» fcJtlRA LARQB 
litinc-roomi alao dia*tt*> kltalt*B> 
elertru- ran** and refrlaeraiar. Madera 
bathroom; *«iperb viewi waltttnt dtatan**. 
Apply. to prtmlati. lOd Und*n. Bhan* Q 4111 
or E 3444 

IARCiE UtoNl R 
i for 1" J l•^.rl p:iiii 
) .! ..rr Ho- pirn; O TOfXI 

MoNKA c<ni;i- KsuciMAi.1 vaI 
I ■ i.i > Mill i f J iii.r 4 ri cms 

MAKl.M I llAl t l H R.MSIIKll APTS", 
Oak B«> n.i>i!f:i. '.rj. !> k:..s31. 

V'lCK MODERN APARTMENTS FOR 
rent by day, week or month. On *•*- 
front, conaenlal aurroundlnca Apply t* 
Mrs Belt* in pereon I7(» Roaa St E 7MI. 

/ \NE OR* TWO KOOM SUITE. JAMV 
^ ' n«> r*a*onable rent. E 1307. 

V'ToBART APTS.. HEART OF BUSINESS. 

I. eatie rti-t . fiiniislied and uofurn.i 
elcMitor fin tiiof Jar «eeli or mo re- 
durrd rRtr> iranstenis Q 0041 746 Vaiea. 

S^EAl Ron VUTORIA'S MOST BEAU- 
■'^ tiful tea-view apartment. ^6111. 

rpilK NORMANDIE— FULLY FURNISHED ' 

One' at 

Beautifully 



odem fuife*. Two 
134. .'■mil 

>10 «iil accommodate four 



.70 .Idtiii'oii sireel 



C, 46:2 



NICK IK)l. Bl.t ROOM , ^ ^ . . . _ .... . - 

on.e <o. kuiK i.6»'« fomfortable. Phone E 4114 fiw . 



particulars. 



BINDERS double kad JI Fresh manure. 



tt O.il maiiurr. riH k 



kOl I. 



Suite* and Rua* Cleaned. Olalnlected 



1>ENT A BEATIY WASHER BY THE 
i week Pfioeie o 7.m1. 



DRY COLORS. LOWEST PH1CE& HIOH- 
•It quality. Hart* Andr***. Pauua. 



ROWN'S VICTORIA ' wURiSERllCS. (18 ' "' O Box 194. Victoria. B C 



\" " w I le ! 

.'. ' gr '■# 



IJ (.'. 1 • (i 



K'^REE— DAILY OOIAN18T SOHOBHBrTB 
I now avattabla. Apply Advartlalna D*- 



COMING BVINTS 



partment. 



,'<REE - COIiORIBT COOKBOOK AND 



VflltiOER AND BE'I TER DANCE EVERY | Cirrulatlon Department 
.Sd'urday luthi ai F'"! e, 1 ers Jlail, •itn '.,1anr^rM rrvrm. rum 
Ra inaners Orc(,f".... ,r..e^ supper, 3.-,c , ( f j"^,, ^ 



A 

»ent 

\0 F 
• tin 

pn/i 

IV 



OLD IIME DANCE. UTTLt Je»ke*. 



BIO 

Ar i.r. Cord ova Bay. Friday. Jun* 7 
»entler>ieri SOc.'iadI** ire*. '~ 

F WBDNBSOAYsi IRVIRBB OLD 
me dance. 1 10. Retrealimenta 

pn/es 34c. 

R itiia -' fttfiRiALB 



Homemakera' Ouide. IJmlted number 

nient 

UUb. 



737 View Street 



K HUX 



Phono O 4431 



^TORB. 711 PORT ST.: MO PBR MORTH. 



FLOOR St'BrACLVO 



Arthur B. tfayne*. Ud. 



40 FOB SALE^MISCELLANEOUS 



Ltd . 1307 Wharf Streetr- 

1,'«An\VIO -.BIJT;.- MADE TO OOVERN- 
J riicnl formula. 3 lb*. Sir The Stane- 
Und Co. Ltd. 140 Fort Strrri 0 1*14 

l.^ASY ELECTRIC WASHER FXJR RENT. 



{.■"Xt. tl'I 1( iNAI.I.V NI 
* ill 1 1 I i liril hoil.e H 

','"-.1« ' 1 *""*'■ ROOM TO RfNT WllH , | ^Vu RNISH ED 4 - ROOM^LTrrE~W mi 

0 3414 I., board for bualneiamen or airmrii | I baiin.on. i,arri«ood floors oh-m. 
Phone a If 

l^tlOHT 
'-tV*ue»ts 



FEW PAYINO 
received Mi one of Victoria most 
pttractne lionirs "I so acri's lardrn. fruit, 
vegetables poultry, batliin* beach, tennis 
I \>r> SI- ' iri'd vei rice in Street car and 
- - .« 



Mull 

r.nl [J'1.1'1 



VL HAROWOOD FLOOR CO- 
« Johnaon Free eatlmatea O 7314 



707 I 



40A 



BUILDIMG MA-rBBlAU 



LAt4'N MOWEB9 



WTTH MOTOR 

osan. a l. 



CARNIVAL 

danrr. Friday. June 7. Cryaul Garden 
Bert /n.s s orchestra. Dancina 1-1. Ad- 

mu.Moii boc. 



I|ANCr, CRYSTAL OARDEN EVERY 
' V/rdnesdav. S 30 to U 30 Len Acir.. 
Orchr-lra and feature vocaliat, Marsatei 

Hem 1 



A SHARP LAWN MOWER MAKES 
^ area* cuttlna easier. Complete Job. 
- I ll.M;r catlctt for and delivered Pedeo 



because it is tie only loaf that 
uniform in quality and flavor 



I - NE W MAPtB BtlOAR 

.nd s rup r.7TTe v V CoSfNlUSery. llH 



OTICF -ON AND APTER THIS DATE 



tUST ARRIVED 
" ar 

Oouiilas Street. E S31I. 

yo- 

1. ability or debt punortlnt 10 tie ;n. urre.1 
I .11 mv imme. or any credit, unlcs with 
I mv cons"!!' in writin*. H. J Bennett*. 

2. ^31 O.J i-n.iiienl Btriet< Victoria, B.C. 

' June ,•> 1940 

DANCL. MODERN. SATURDAY. BUN , .ure jBPat V Mil K ' *:Aiai V MnBMmin 
ny Hail, fun and partner* for all. ■ I »URE /"RatY M'l-K. EARLY MORNING 
Charje* Hunt;* tli-pioc* orchestra ' * delivery and evenint o 47i« 

I sOROTHY COX'PRBSBNTB DANCk'dIS I ILOUOHINO. llmil ne Mo*in» Tractor 
1 ' Pla>. Frl., June 14. I li. Bmpire Thektre , * with d river for hire, reaaonable. OJ^Iia. 

I/SQUIMALT ATHLmC FRASER 8T ! COM'TH'NO DEL^CIOU8--CHOCOl,ATi 

• * Militetv five Iniiidred every Wedne,- I *■ •""I" vanilla If* cream. Made fre'ah 
(t*v 8 30 s.xtreii >ood pr./.e:.. four ronto- | iJ^J^X. ^* BnallaJi Btjre*t BItap. 

latioii. tenhrd. fuiholas ref reshnieiii s 
Admission Ihc 

I^'SQUIMALT HALL Aa.'XJCI ATION RUM- 
* m*(e rale, Wedneaday. June I. • am. 
73 1 P— dor a 

T-«IR8T 8PIRITUAU8T CHURCH SILVER 

* tea. hom* Ot Mr*. Campbell. 31 South 
Turner Stree.t. Wedneaday. 3 10 pm 

I^'^RBB— COLOHIBT BONG BHBBTB. COU 
onlit Advertlain* Department. 

IIATLBY PARK OPEN TO THE PtJBLlC 
I Wednesday, June ^. in a ni 10 8 n ni 

aid of Sol.'riuiii and coiiui.un,' bflier- 
meni auspires Col»oo<l Wun eii s Institute 

Ar'rnlvsi'iri 25(- 

MODERN DANCE WEDNESDAYS, J5c 
Saturday*. 3&r » to i:. CaOara Bay 

Pavilion introduclni the Bell Boy* Or- 
rliesira (mm the ok*na«aii Dan'-in* other 

mill," V\uilil/ers 



|_1 OUBEWIVE8 EVLTIYWHERE ARE I Broa.. Ltd. lilQ Doutiaa j>A»ll, 
ri lurnin, to Masters l.e.in, '^-l I V ' J.'ItORTH. lirPAHDORA AVBRUE: 

BTOai. abarpaa. aottaalLSBB dtfivar. 

IIJS ' 

■^"^ Er pRie gT i i Bi Linn ip r i j BWB n w m 

i\' iharpened, collenrd del tl n 0 42?! 

TAWN MOWER.S yMAIM'ENEI). CAIXFI) 
-< f 



4 NOTHING IN CONCRETE. MIXBR »OR 
♦A hire Truckm* W Trac* E 7473 

HL'LLDOZER FOR HIRE - LOTS 
tl'-i^red. liseled and baaements du* 
Rates ri rt")iiih> K ''7(12, 

^'A.NADIAN WESIFRN V/60DWORKERS 
U 4012 

t^^mtKlnVT ..' buiM. T s ' aJggSM. 1 Bili 
.M8 F'ort. corner Lanaley 



.•"NOLIIsH IIAHV Bl'OdV, VERY OOOU 



I airfield I o,ise, 1IV41 Yr r- 
'40 Arnl' Fuii' .V ( , ^s«I . 

I ' N I C R N I S H E D SELF-CONTAINED 
1 iliree room suite. Front and bark 
eparn'e emranrrs a «ei»arate hasemtnl. 

, I n.i, . I .■ ■ ' ■ , , I r\ '.! r I f 414 



j^^OOM AND BOARD IN QUIET COUNTRY i 54 hLATS A.NU Al'ABlML.NTS 



Southal; r:..M;. 

ROCK, BLACK SOlU 



ANY 



MANURE, 
quantity. Biay* Tranaler. Ltd. Phone 




CIDER 

* PREPARE NOW TO HAVE A 8UPPLY 
. . . of thi* delici'":' refreshui* drink tor 
_LFlt^».^u rci -r... -.^^fmmwmim. 1 b,,,.^.,.^ Cl.aatMl than aoft 



I a 01 
>»»4 Bi»i 

I di inks. 



Ltd . »i48 Johii' is'i S' 



M 



or and delv.e'e'' jlT'. not) Preen 
■ r>!l S' : re; E :R1 S 

lAHPlNtl) HV 1 
Elve* Bros I.imn-r"»'-r S(i"i 



OWERS EHAHPlNtI) HV F.XPERTS— 



I3R-0Z ^aii.i'lr 7 >, it lallons. 

I 70c per gallon Coinplele vitli Mmp> In- 

■SPEEDY SERVICE— BE PRE- struttlons Eriiia o«ii i out a".iiers. or we 

tor v.u«. 'n, t.m^. w!:.,>i?:!i^ASTr'i!;^ylt''.{°R;..., 

E a.>l3 



hom* for elderly lady or ladles. Box 
3173. colonist _ 

I>OOM AND BOARD. NEAR OAK BAY 
V Junction Large sunny rooms, a 3404 

1SOOM AND BOARD. CLOSE TO TOWN. 
^ in private home i„E .^4^3 

Vacancy" for 
pleasant home 



WANTBD 



ll'ANTEP^ FT RNl.SHEI) SUITE OR BI N- 
»' «(,:ni* from appr.n June 1 ; 'ir 

1 Ii " r more 8u;'iiti;r iI t" "'a 

ale rate A|ip.> Box 4i 1 ^ i 



ONE OR I WO 
close hi E 768:i 



. . I 
Ul 



'I. 



1 4 1 W HARRIS 
l-llO Fort H 



HARRISON. OFF YATES AND 
ome cookln* E 0772 



p t w? e w oPt> - o w en wo.^ri> a nd 

"••> I • .' . • -.ae r U 1015. 



E na42. 



UnoCBAPHT 



S' 



dailv 2&C pint. 
7J8 Yale 

^HOIBOLT S Coinpnuiid Anu Binous Pills 
for crjtir • , pH t lO'l hil oii».tie « .( k head- 
*i '!<- .sfho'li'.li s Dm: .Slnre .|.,!iiison, 

rPRY SEATIIS MINERAL HEALTH WA- 

^ ter for rheumatism, stomach aUmenta. 
arthritu. etc.: 10* at., dellvarcd. Pbana 

Keatin* 52X _ 

it'ILL THE PERBON DRIVIRG 1117 OR 

. » » 19 18 blue rV.evrolet »edan »ho sa« I 

the ai-rioen' ].t IjiKe Cnalrlian bei-sren « i 

lotail, 1r. yr<ri\ .'Hs I n., 

M » ■ n r • 

I'O I. ' 



LrntOORAPRY 
Canmeretal Work ot All Classes. 
Chaaaaa. panda _ Debenturai .ate. 
Labels «t Bvary Deaerlptloo. 
Pheto-Uibo Map -Work. 



S'^r!l'i»'d Tor'Tl.'n' n^" iimr "we havel'"*" MiPPly 'or .Mniill depoMi and deliver 
Umb^r'uit.'mc \:.'r"r,':.':,dlMT'or *P»'r'n« VICTORIA HR^^ ^Rl'IT JUtCtS. LTD t 
vpur Summer lo-uge '>r camp. You will 1 Corner Bu.'.lion and Wharl bts - E 0.>I2 , 

"""" ijORK ROCKB AND SPARERIBS ROAST 



49 



IU)O.M.^ lo KL.M 



55 



HOUS ES TO BENT 



UA 



PCRNISHBO 



A"'' t> lr'" tr 



KINC.S 



nnd'our prices right. B'dn'y Lumber. 2114 
Oovernment Street. O 2515. 



jRINOLtS iXXXXXl. NO 2. BARGAIN 
prices. Dalxtel Box Compiany. O 1422. 

«01L. CINDERS ROCK. S^ND. GRAVEL 
estimates Bill Trace. 7473. 

*\Wat MOORE-WHITTINQTON LUMBER 
COMPANY LIMITED , 
Eslabllahed 1893 
LARGE STOCK • RIGHT PRICES 
Lumber. MlDwork. ^vpior. Maaonite. 
tnaulex. Oyp*uni wnui. shinalca. Etc 



A ed twi' 0 dally. 27c lb 
TJOLta RAZORS. 13 



Dale's. Fort St. 
;6-IN SUIT- 



OXFORD HOU.'^E 
ina rma.. h -c ' 



'.Vi 1 Port — Housekeep- 

r I. bo wk. G »ioa 



4tA 



riBNIKHEn 



caaes. II 50 l-power prismatic slaKsej i \T Roselewn, 111! .^t— Bright com* 
" " ^\ fortable room all found. 12' up E 1104 

^ NICE ROOM, HOME PRIVILBOEB. 



THE COLONIST 
Commtrcial Department* 
UU Brand Btraai 



4«D 



PVBNITIBE 



WINDOW OLA9S 



U'lNDOl 
shor 



OBATBfe 



McMORRAN 8 8 E A 8 I II E 
Cordova Bay Dai r : 



niaht* ' Stan 
Tombola*. 



Cross' 



PAVILION, 
.'^at urda y 
orchestra lit. 



IU»OBBS8BB8 AND 
BBAUTT BPBCUUSII]! 



REPLACED A I 
rteit notice Ai.to clas* replaced 
whil* you wait Uellor Bros.. Ltd.. 81» 
Broughton Street Phon* G 603!. 



I^TBW A RTS 

^ dance, Chamber of Commerce 



POPULAR 
r of Com 
nesdays. IJOi refreahmenu. 3.'>c 

SOCIA 
I. I 



\NNOUNClNO BPECIAL PRICES FOR 
vour ne« hummer pernianenti Wliile 
snd fine hair our apecialty. With or wtlh- 
(lui appointments. Dorothy'a Boaiity Shop. 
.714 C entral Building. BMIl. 

\NNA8 TAYLOR BEAITTY BALoWnOW 
uw-tiosci offerin* soeclal pricea and a rom- 
Wed- ^'''''.y aervic* for June brides. ElOlS. 



«paB.BIW CO&l 



SOCIAL. KNdX PRESBTTtRIAR. JUNE 
p m.. music, home cooking tea. 



13 

A 



WANTBI»-MALB BBLP 



MACFARLANK Suddenly on J'"' ' 
James M Macfsriane. of Island Hieh 
way Born in Ola.seoi. Brolland. and a 
resident of Victoria for an^ 
year* He leave* hi* «ife at hom'. 
. dauBhler. Mr* r F«rhe,_^ Vlctorl* 
■nd other relallvea in Scotland 
The funeral will be held on Wedriesdav^ 
leavlni Havward* BC r\xx^tx*\ C\^*^\ 
I 4^ p in . proceedlne to the First United 
Church, where aervlce ^JL'"»'l2il'*^ 
\i iwv. Haah McLeod at a oeiaek. Uiser 
•lanl la Col wood B^ial Park. 

WIIJ.IAMHON There paa**d awav In North 
Vancouver oeor.e SrotI Williamson^ a^e4l 
twenlv-nine vears formerly of «1» run 
Esauimalt Road The late Mr Willi. tn- I 
son was born In Esuulmail and is sjir- 
vived by hia parents. Mr and Mr- 
oeor.e WlUlamaon. of »:« OM Esq..imaii 
Road. an4 three brothers. Wallace^ o 
Duncan VI.. and Robert •".".KSi."'-} 
at home, also four slaters. Kathleen, of 
B**tlle Mr. navlrt RuaseM. Of Victoria, 
and Ina and Haiel at home 
Funeral service. Bill he h»ld on Wednes- 
dav afternoon at J 4.-. n cip._k Mrraii 
Brba. Funeral chapel Rev H'i«li M l-end 
Will eaiiduct the aerviee. after which inter- 
Srat wttlfca nada to c«l«Md Btiriai Park 



PPI.ICA1ION9 Am: CALLED FOR 
position of fire thief. Saanich Munlr- 
ipalliy Applicant amusi be married and 
Slat* ace. ouallAcationa. experience and 
salary required Apphcatlons must be in 
t.ie lisiids of the lloniclpal ri>rk. Royal 
oak PO. bv .s pm Mondav. June 10. 

SAWYER FOR SMALL GAB Mllil 
Rrldte and Bav O :197S 

U»ANTED O E N E n A I, AI.I. AROUND 
farmhand, siiitlr. tood milker, for 
small dairy farm. -Biaady lob#fof raUabie 
man Stat* waa** flrit tatter. Box 4034. 

Colonist. 

\%'OULD YOU LIKE TO BE YOUR OWN 
• V bo>s' Work »hen sou feel like it (»e 
independent? No investmeiil Olve fullest 
particulars Box 4087. Colonist 

ANTED LAD FOR DAIRY." GOOD 



\ Hrriad Street. 

\T ELIZABETH ANN 8ALON.~U>1%LY 
new permanents "Special" pllcca 
1118 Broad Street n 331.'< 

\DUART PERMANFNT INDIVIDUALLY 
ttvled Holl)»ood Beauty Salon. 617 
Fort E 0433 

I^^REE SCALP TREATMENT (ilVEN 
witli earli permnnent or series of scalp 
ireatmetiis tins month at Bowker Beauty 
Balon «' ir.t RoMker Avenue. E 07J4 tor 
Informs .i. 



"OAftPfU MFTHOD" SCIENTIFIC 
n beauty culture 1207 Dourlas Street. 
R 4134 2.S48 Wlndsf>r Road. O fv034 

TA FRANCE BEAt TY .SALON FOR PEIl 
' maneiita, marcels, hair alyllng. tinaer 
«a inr. ^uttiM. dyelna. paper eurlin*. 
facials Large. aaton. eraimd flnar. 0 744I 

737 Yates 



\NEW TIE MILL OPENED ON MALA- 
liat Only mill alieie »ood doe. not 
touch the «ater Reedy to burn All 12- 
incti. nn sliOr's and all pouala^ fir (lood 
for kitchen nr for turnace fireplace Oood 
and clean r»y. i<) "plr Biirk and bloekl 
A full cord We t.eli rr iwo full separata 
rords. not ttao cords in orie load. Re*. 
13 75. now 1 cord. 12 71 tnol I'l cordsi; 
2 cords. II. Order now and see. 

NATIONAL n EL CO G 5215 

\BIU ONE-WEEK 8ALE-THE BEST 
«ood tn to»ii from our mill 25 milr« 
I lip tlie Malahat Never in water, nice aii'1 
I lern. lota ot bat I:, ea.' y to ' pli* All 12-i:i 
Suitable tor kitclieii. fiirnac nrep;.< 
nr heater readv lo burn This is i ' 
ciieapest «o"d. iti the Iniia run. at It is 
all Driuilas fir. »r.li im cedar or liemlnrk 
and. hence, ptves more lieii and lasts 
lonter. Rea 14 00. row t2.75 cord. 3 eords 

n ofl Good measure, prompt aervlce 
Order your Winter wood now. 

aK. POBL. CO. - O 2452 



VVERT GOOD NORDHEIMER PIANO 
and bcii'h. tI3s ino folding chairs. 
J M WILLOWS 
Bctter-f s's Used Furniture" 
7rs ,Ir.l:n.'.n S're--t Phone G 4424 

\NTIUtF fHAIPE LOUNOE. ROSE- 
vn'vd' allli blue tapestry. tl5. 813 
N * tior I ■ 

BEDS, ti 85 CRIBS WITH PANEL. »9 io" 
sprlng-Blled n aitie -es at factory 
prices. Capital Mattress Faciory. 720-^1*- 
aard E fliai 

^HF.STEHnELD8, NEW TERMS. DIRECT 
> from til* ' warehouse. You , save the 
Can ba aeen at Heaney 



117 50 Field Klaa:,es t4 7j. Rifle. 23 c 
bre. t3 7.5 Mud cuards. 29c Pedals. 4i 
Dunlop tires, il 10 Inner tube*. «<^.c 
Boy * bicycle. tl3.50 Radio tube*. 75c. 
KpecucUs. t<, .tuii any sikrit. »2 7.'i Aaron- 
sons Cut-Rate Htiirr l.?28 Oov t Ri 

OTTED WEF11I.F..S.S MANURE, 2.Sc b*l 
ne ,t n.u.-! riinii ■ i ;i 'v :i O 3745 

.JPFCIAL UK.NIAI, I^AItS ON ^LL 
tvpevr.lrrs to Mudnils. Keep up your 
speed this Summer. Reminstcm Rand. Ltd . 
921 Oerdon Street 0 1013. 

rilARPAULINS FOR RENT OR SALE. 



s 



1 



18x30 20'x 3n also canvas eultable for 
decks, etc Ci<r> Ini Iron At Metal*, (.td . 
1834-J} Store Ftrc-t O 2434. 



^SED WA.SHER.S ALL MAKI 
Ciu*r*nteed perfect 



I UU 
F.treet 



, IM AND 
101 Fort 



Shelbourne district. II month E 7131. 

SECIL Hotel, 1332 Blanihard St Room. 

mitli or tvithout oath Reasonable rate. 

BED AND BREAKFAbI Pltl- 
ome. tor tour.>i on l.olidav 
3142 OrilliB Street 

I.'^AIRFIELD HOTEL. OPPOSITE CITY 
r Hall - Comfortable furnished rooms: 



JaOUHLE 1 
' \ate ho 



ROAD Fa'RNISHED 
*"?T a »t » «e lor tent i 

125 l>er ninnth includiiii: liahl and aaler. 

I 40UNTRY RESIDENCE. WrLL rCR* 
' nislieri F'our bedrooms. t»o bath*. 
• 'inr-rooni. fireplace, dinlnc-room break* 
niont. kitchen, electric Ftl(ld*tre| 
I. 'rr iruit v*get*bles t*k* B*hlnt. 
batiiHu beautiful, bialh healtliF taaalioni 
>rveii mile* out: |M mdHtJlly. Bat 1741. 
CoUiiiist 

r-'ULLT- FURNISHED. MODRRn! FI VB- 

I room biiiitaliia snort resideium lits. 
trici Imniedialr p,,s-e«sinn fur .Summer 
moiiilis Plione (i 2070 bemeen a and 7 p oi. 

AIKIL'SI. FUU.Y-FTIR. 
roAii" modern Oak Bay; 



ICI.Y AND 
*' lushed ^'S 



> nei nioniii j; 3C4g 
..EVEN . Roo".! HiIlM.MIFi) 



I 



HOUSE, 



apecial aeekly rales 

Propr eiors 



Scrutoo It Nunn 



IAllUE FRONT ROOM. WITH BREAK- 
* laat. private home, near Oak Bay 

Junction. G 1475 



nnOMS WEU. FIRNIHHED OAK 
Ray. 132 JO 4 room., furnished. Onrca 
' 'V,''',',„i*'U • rooms. 135 oeorte Ran* 
il'll nm Doutla* street 0 7241 

14- olive' 8T FURNISHED HOUSi 
* July seven roo.ns. near beech, earl 



N'ICE FURNISHED ' BEDROOM VUySt. 
in- suitable tor buslnes.'-inan E 0714 




E 9s:i 



L'940 Fiielbourne 
St urcn 



rs-FITBNtailBO 

St. 4-5 



room*. 



l-NIVEX MOVIE CAMERA 

^ lector Co*t IM. s*U for 121 or best 



r,(Ter O 2724. 



overhead expen**. 
Btoraie Company. 



i 1ARPETORIUM — CLEAN. 8BU. EX- 
ehan«e, repair and alter carpet*. 1025 
C3ook. E SMI. 



r^|tC-Roem. up— Floor* waned, pollahed. 
tit' Blec ma Best materl»Is Ore** O 5023 

QO-PIFCE ENGLISH DINNER SETS ON 
Om Mie at tl 05. Macdonald Elactrlc. 
Oougl** at View - Phone B 1171 



, t kNE OR TWO R'XiMS CLEAN. COM- ' t.",M^'f„i i...' V III.*B 

;AMERA AND PRO- |>.nrt.nle M. V»n-n,..e^ E 8"7:. j •'>_*;J";",'l,^'reet. 5 room*. Includ 

KrrZ HOTEL. 710 FOR I - BLUUdiiM.H 
suites, housekeeplni roonis elevator 



>'ICE CHESTERFIELD AND ONE CHAIR 
- • 13.. i»n Kitchen rah'net. »14 50. Hol- 
land BrO." . 7il Fort Street. E 0913 



ri^wo ODD f iiF.«n f RtnFi.ns, practic 



'I 

P>.»man. 824 Fort Street 

WII.SON 8 
> V S'nre -- W, 



ECONOMY FTIRNITIRE 
alnut diiiin* suite. «31 6o 
crib and r.,*t:re". J5 50 644 COT- 



NEW PERMANENT 81 
a (penalty! Bobett* I 



home 



On June I. St Victoria, Mr. 

tdow of Harold C'ssiell 



14 WANTBD— riMALB HBLT 

KEUABLS GIRL. MVaT BB POND OF 
children. Appiv afternoon*. 2 to 4. 
7M Pine Street: BUM. 

^TR AW BERRY PICKBRB WAHTED. P 
>'~ A Rneiandt. Keatlat Craesroa'd. near 

Hull School 

s 

STRAWBERRY PICKERS WANTED , J 

s^ Wheeler. OLdfleld Road. Royal oak 



• t PINB HAIR 

'penalty! Bobett* Beauty Balon. 
Room A. Campbell Bulldlu* O itii52 

I>ER80NAL CHARME^BEAUTY AID? 
made from milk and frir.t Juu' 
Sussex Beauty Salon. Rrouthton St E5ir> 



A 



. r.oce ( I c'lerfleid Suite »40 on 

13 Mahosa ■ n.i'r. . ... 1120.00 

We M'ti' lurnuure of Any 
Kind lo order 
Poluhinii Upholstery and 
Repalrlns 
REIDS 

1317 Broad Street 



L0OBSLSAP BUtWBB 



central Reasonable rates 

IF-:' ' . N ^ 



O IJ'. 



O 7158 

M'l. 



II iR 

. fi,e 



121 

ftt p.iii .rk .SI 5 rooms, aluiro nn oa 

li'wdiiev Av,- 8 rooms Itn 00 

;• '18 I'. I'll Av (i rooms 140 IM 

1333 Heail, Dr.vr. 7 rooms, alucco 

seafroni 18.5 00 



BOOm WANTBD 



saA 



rOBNiSHED 



l.ed»er Sheets. Binders and file* rimed | \1 -antfd -room, with OR WITHOUT 

»> tiosrtl I' r elderly (entleman: 



E«I52 



BARUAIN UP-IBLAND 13-IN. DRY 
block mued >lab. euaranteed A 1 Iir, 
t2 50 cd , 2 cds. 14 50 Inside nr block 14 rd . 
3 cds. til. 50. COD Full neaaure. Prices 
for short time only. All lo's rut last Fall 
Wood ready to burn now. Rone-dry MaU- 
hat wood. Buarapteed tlr. 13 50 cd.. 2 cds . 
ia.l0. Buy now— aave money. 

OLD JOHN , WOOD Oa - BI1U 



:-riA 



IIERMANENT REMOVAL OF Pl'PERPLU- 
oua fair- Mo»t r odern methods Mis* ' fir"'no"reflar'or lie 
Ruaaell. 404 Campbell Buildini: O 1811 



STUDENTS WANTED- VICTviHl A HAIR 
dressin* Behool. Woolworth Builrtin* 



WAMTBB-YOtmO LADY FOR BANK- 
'V In* office, with knowledce of ahnrt- 
hand and stenoeraphy One aitli hsnk- 
ine etperlenee. capable ol lakin* ledaer 
work preferred Apply in own handwritinr 
to Bok 4847. Colonist 



Brldae* only survlvin* dauahter of the 
late William Ciithherl Holme. 'Indtsn 
Civil Servlrei. ot II Cook Street irs'id 
daughter of Henr» nu.nhle-on. "f Hsil 

?rove. B*B»hot. Entland_^ 
he funeral aervlce will be held at H. 
vard-a B.C. PuneralParlor*. 714 Broughton 
itraat. at 4 pm.. frWay. Jnna 7. Itia. 

■REWBTER After a verv short illness 
_ there passed a«a> al his residence in,i8 
Hlllalde Avenue, Wlllism .1 Bremsier st 
the age of aevenly-eiiht vear. The late 
Mr. Brewaler waa horn at Peter . Hi'l 
London. Bnnland. and had reaided m 
thia city for th* past twenty yeara He 
I* aurvlved bv "one brother. John. In Ban 
Pranelaco. Calif . and a sister. Mrs Y 
Cooke, in England 

Tha remalna are retting at the 8 J 
Curry * Bon Funeral Hom*.^ Announce- 
•tent of •iha f uneral will be made later. 

HARPER Dr W E Harper, director 

DomaiiosL Aslrophyslcal Observatory. 

passed awav al an early hour ye*I*rday 
Born in Bruce County. Ostarla, Dr 
Harper «a. resident here since 1(1* 
He Is survived hv Ins mlfe and l«n 
daushiers. Evelyn and t^uella at itotne 
three brothers. Robert, of Holland Cen- 
tre, Ontario. Albert and Wllk. of Tu.-e- 
land Bask and two sisters. Mr> M 
Bars*. Winnipea. and Mrs Joaenh 
AtR*w. Thorold. Ont 
iKnerel at S o'dTort Thnrsday sfternnon 
fr0« Metropolitan UnUed Chtirrti Re> 
A B Whilehouse olTiciatin* R .1 i .rrv 
*' Son in charge rf interment at Roval 
oak Burial 

ARMSTRONG — At »" "^"'"^ 
TMaday marnta*- "i 2220 cook street 
Aleeander Armstront *>ed ninety one 
se«r. Tlie late Mr Armstrong »-as 
iMirn in Cape Vtnc*nl. Hew Vweb. and 
Mld be*n a resident ot thi* City foe the 
last four and a half .^ear*. and tor 
forty years In the province R* I* *ur- 
vlred by one daughter. Mia* Ann. at 



_. tptll conduct th* »ervice, 
UilaraMM wlU be in polwoad 



ANTED 

Oman f'vr sener;, 



TRI'.STWOBTHY YOUNO 
liih' «irk tn cotifi' 

TM 1 ' .,],,, ' 



17 SITLATION.S WA.NTCD— 
MALE 



A 



J OHEOO - H O U a E AINDOW8 
cleaned O'ltaide. (tr »ir' o 5031 



OY srVENTEBN Y^ ' i 

desires P'>.|tlnn *. •'• .. 
hs'1 rsivriirti-e C<TlTi!t/ \S~ 



KBDUCINO CRFAM FOR HIPS. ARMS 
lea. s',1 rl i: < l.a Frsnc* Baauw 

.Sl.tnn, 7.7 5'1'rs ; t:ee- 

rpYRRELLS LTD - PERMANENT WAV \ 
I in« special:. 's. Practical cerrdav , 
l-airstviine Fourth Floor. David Spencer 
I -d r 4141 

rrilE BOW KFR BEAItTY SALON.~f (JfT 
1 rier nf llimlter and Cadboro Bay Road, 
esperienred serv.ces and permanents E 0724. 

\riCTORH BEAUTY PARLORS CALL 
B 1515 for a «aod' permanent All eg- 
perieneed aperator*. Ilia Brand Btraat. ^ 

IF YOUR NAIL8 ARE PRY AND BRITTLE 
t,et our new kind of treatment 

and manicure keep your aalla 

flexible and lustrous.- 

AVALON BEAtTY SHOP 
Plione E 0522 11^4 Do>i>;*i St. 

All Experienced ii.ier. nr» 



_KQi;CATlONAL 



I APANF 
•I a or it 



\{;y TSOYAL BirSlNF.S.S t oI.r.Fr.F inng 
))„, la ernmenl. (i 8018 E W Mauni 

BUSINESS fNSTmrri 



nov. 

sell. 



SPROTT-8HAW 
, Criirses Stenoarat'hy secretarial. 

hv d«' \xt\\\' (1 5244 I cnmmer, lal r nd ;n'r letran'i v CI 4''12 



BUY NOW. ONLY PRICE POIT 8M 

cds. dry insi'ie' i:r h'ls. ks. mixed *fth 
heavy bark slab 13 inci rritdy lo bUm. All 
nilo) k Beats coi'dwood. 
From Cameron Kro..' Timber Co . the one 
and onlv mill o'l the Island wher* wood 
'■■•> I ' f ■' 'er, '4 n.Ues from Vlc- 

• . ■. r N.i V -onT5'77:5«.-2 
• : 1 M I" ' irv, II A, -J rord,'. 18 50 
iii'id* blocks. ,\ ( (J D Order nn * «nd see 

SOOKE DRY WC)OD CO 
ER025 430 Rurnslde Road Nlirht F 4"^" 

ALL COOPERAGE WOOD AfiENt V - 
• a Beat quality bone-dry ilovewood. (3 '1 
cd. Kindling SI 50 't cd. Furnace blocks 
t3 cd AlUtIr flrst-grad* screened saadual. 
bulk 13 50. aacked 11.21. B 5514. 

rc) . 



Linoleums, sonare M,rd from 
Dinette Suites, fi pin >•« . . 
China cabinet, like iie» . . . 

Kitchen cabinet, new 

FRANK'S, MO YATES 



111 Stock 

Special Ruled Perms of Beery Kind Mad* 
tiv Order-Also Blank Books and Bpaalal* 

&.2* Binder* 

THE COLONIST 
Commerclsl Department* 
Ull Braad Btraat ' 



41 WANTED— aUBCBLLANBOUS 



A REPUTATION PGR PAVWO RIOHB81 

l\ prices for rags, botttea, toMa. atovea. 
furniture nr nnythlna you Wtlh ta dlapnse 



E 2444 



. 3 1' 

.»*<» '.n I 

'7!> -.o I 

jr. -I" , 



W AN n il USEb FURNITURE AND 

RA.Noi.s WE PAY Brrria PiUCBS. 

HUB FURNITURE COMPANY 
711 Johnson, fiireet Phon* G M3I 

'eaB " " " Mrni'iMT'VRwiiVMtVTa 



puces for rags, bottle*, toMa. atovea. 

nrlfh ta 

of. We call anywhere any time. G 4753 

I PRICES F«R TOOLS. BINK.S. 
pil'e stoves 581 Jnhn<on O 5192 

■ijX.S UOUUHT FOR CASH AU. 

Hunter a 11 18 

.Mt sr BE 



A 



k ar^e Boa 3454. Colonist. 



Ot 



ftl ROVSBKBBPING BOOMS 
TO BENT 

ACOBY ROOM FOR A LADY. PUR- 
nished or unfurnished. G4MI. 

/ lUFTON I^OUBB— L H. OR BUCB)>IN0. 
12 10 week up ISII't Broad E 1034 

COCRT APARTMENTS UNDER 
inanatemrnt 707 Blanahard 



IFMRFR ION 

.* ' r r r • 



* BON. LTD 

Pli".ie n 1124 



/iOnA'.E. F-OItR ROOMS.. BARN. OOLD- 
^ ' slrc'in ,,rf ft.,„ke Rnad. mr.nd. |ia 



A V CMie 



IMiMCDlAIE POSStbSION. 403 UlEilEO 
8ire*t. Hew dupleg. four roon.* and 
nook, hot water heat, perfect In everv de* 
tail 135 Including water. V. J. OlllllamI 
A <o. 1201 Broad SireM. 0,af41. 

IM.MFDIATE 

I 'Ciiil hMMB 



POSSESSION. BU'ROOM 
air. ,„,r RMh Bchaat. 

e»d Reuli ■ f t82l 



\|(JVTNfl PACKlNti 61ORAUE-PH0ieB 
* ' M^alle^ . (,11'M A representatlt* 

Xiil lull Slid c«li«:l, fiiir S"rvue 



kiids. any quantity 

flovernnienl 



POPULAR Hire 



* LL THE 

i\ M.rir 1 

j^EAt'ITFTI, PHILCO CABINET RADIO. 



.A.'^il FOR (.'Mill PIAN' 

rrA-,.r..il, r (1 . <f,; <_'i|..: , • 

TABLE MODEL RADIOS 



FOR 



f 10 



i;07 IIV..II .sirrrt Esqulnia 



< 

^ 1ASII 

I^IQOONB PAY 

IP YOU WISH TO DISPOSE tJF YOUR 
furniture, ri'- . an'nue or moidern con- 
•iilt us We either buy fintrithi or fll f"r 
1 f red ."-'m.t 11 * Co . A'l' ' I'lti'-' t i.4iri 



CASH FOR BOOKS' 



LBN 
<I nee 

ooir'i . I 

,*K'F: HK. nrxiM mt arjOMB. BOARD. I 

fcr »etit If nil 1) send I'lcility B 7071' ' 

.sINOLK H K llO( iM • 11 

fane*niencrs i 

tIA ri'BMSHLn 

XTTRACliVB HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
Devonshire Hous*. Quiet, central. 750 
Fort street O 0131 



N 

sS' 



'po RENT UNFURNISHED FIVE-ROOM 

_ .^un*klow« SMdani. III. Phaaa S ITU 

"r B 1445 

I 'NfTRNLSHED. FIVE-ROOM. MODBRJt 
^' ^^hun«Blo«. clyse m No rlilldrea. 

50. II|!m: ALL^^'AHK hi. 4 lt'«)M II* Ml FAIIH- 
'kland Avanye. i *' '"l icn's 137 50 Catherine St . a 

rnnn. 1.7 ,'1 fell .St 4 rooms >3ri, Rey- 
I lids Rd a inri'..s I lien". t40 Rorkland 
Ave, S.rrx.in apartment, |45 Quadra Bt . 
8 room, 145 Toi'P Ave lOak Bay) i 

rnonj. 14 p R Brn.ri * Sons. Ltd, 
I 1 I J IT'.id ^' (. 7171 ' 



'attractive hcusekebpinu RO0M!*il;|n 
^\ tuini'hed. N*»r paik. ***. ea^. 113^^»" • 



t 'lox SI reel 



A 

kini 
fun 
sa w 

A 



LL COOPERAGE WOOD H FUEL 
Ltd —Bone-dry »tovewood. 12 



kindling. Jl 50 ' , cd . mllla'^nd. 
furnace block, 13 75 cd AU-flr s —< • ' 
saiart'lsi. hulk 12 50. sacks t.l i . , 1 1 

BARGAIN YOU CAN DEPEND i )N . 

Up-Island Ar. good ■* cnrdwood. 1 

Tttir^a*; W50; bone-dry. 3 full eBT.-tta. 
Ronald Mopklna Fuel Co. E 7914 

S BAliOAlN-NO 1 SPLIT MflXWOOt)' 
..a s2 cord bone-dry v fsod 



1, ■'.XPERT PIANO niNlNO. RErAil!.< f.- 
> timsfs fiee W;liis Pianos. I.t.1 i > r ' ■ 

IIAR.MONKA'- 2 ) 'I ' J 17 00 HICK 
I i.K, - ,M',s,,- S.I, ire 

>sA,\OPlloNE PI^VtK.S YOi: ARE IN- 
S^ vlted to r»;; and see the Isle" mnd< 1 
B'lescher alto saxophone »lii<li lias just 
D'eii received A beautiful InsHumeiit vsilh 
alf latest improvement*. Fletcher Bro^. 
'Victoria'. Ltd.. llio Dou*t*s. Street 
U arden 714a. 

V«PEC1AL BALE OP ( oitNETB. BEE P B 
► ^ George dt .'^"r ' i ;ora. 



n 



f ord 



Ace F'uel 



E 0810 



HONF-DRY MAl.AHAT KIR F1>ABV500I) 
milh ins'de block. 14 00 i ord Bone- 
dry In.ide flr blocks. t5 00 cord No 1 fif 
mlllwond. 12 25 per eord Inside Br blocks. 
t4 00 cord Shavntran Dougig* Fir Wood 
Cn Phone F 3914 

ONE-DRY NO 1 FIR SLABS. 11 ."'0 CI) 
No I .labs, rever tyeet, in 
ffi 50 fl 5,114 .''rikirk Wood 



4or 



RADIO 



1Ut>IO RBPAiRS SETS IN- 
tpecied and tube, te.ted fre,e. O Mis 

KAOIOS FOR HIRE. WEEK OR MONTH 
Radios repnired lube* t**t*d free 

Radios' at «ne a»»v rrirea Aarenaon'a 
1321 GoveT.nie! ' fi 4722 

RADIOS. ALL MAKEfs. Cl^ARAHCE 
sate pert'-. ' <■• A ' ,"t' tl 50 «08 



KE.Mt C MAIN SPROCKTl FXill I.ITI I F 
Husky dr»«sH*. al'o cram E 
noddard Bicltiey BC 

^Y*"^^" ' RA08. BOTTLES. URNI 



ffoor E lata. 

T 13 WELLINGTON AVBNUB— LAROb! 

sunny front room 

FUB- 



f toves. *':d » ' i ' i 
Phone r t 41 ft I- 



frost snythint useful 
We rsll 



•A*.'7 \ 

I'.' ■ I 
Telerl lie 



Tel. 

U'i^'TED 
c'l he 



M'NB USED CLOTHINCl 

' - paid for men s auit* 

•,n ; 1 

B1/.7, FAW JTTATE WHERE 
seen snd prl.f Box 3171. 



pf JH I AIU.F 
in socifi cii'' • ' ■ H 
Cull f.28 Corn* a II 



^yAMFD 



I vrrWRITER. 
rn I, for cash 



42 POVLTBT AND LIVBSTOCB 



4tA POC'LTBV AND BtlPPHBB 

RHODB ISLAND RtO- 
dniie cross hana. cheap. 



I.^OR SALE 30 
While Wvan 



! 

lOK 



BKYCUS AM) *|f)TOR(triE4 



Phone i; T'71 
SOR SAIE 



Rs'er. J cd. 



\-iii\(i COI'PLE ..<*( 111(11' 
' ' ion 



DESIRE."^ 

• Ite <-f>ok general hii.sband 
i.i^iir.iL.i handyman nr hoi.eman Box 

4009 ( .ilnni't 

yOUTU. 22. WA.NTS POSniON ^ALEB^ 
I matt, truck drivint. rhaulleur Licence. 
Referencea Phone O 5151 

IIA PAINTBBa AND DrrOBATORP 

's RTISTK PAINTING. PAPERHANOINO 

.\ rtc Work guaranteed Hallett. E 8474 



^T maroaRets nrsiNfs.s .school- 
s' Junior Hoii'e, ."^i Ma ssreis JSchool 
Miss W () Millltaii pr i.'.pal E 3234 

STAN;t^Rl' SCHOOL STENOGRAPHY 
O 

pal. 



tut. K 0431 Miss JJl Olcksop-.prlnci- 



Mrsic 



PIANO; POPULAR 
2nd te.son Shefte Rapid Method. 
Registered" teacher E OtlM 



I EARN TO PLAY 
* sons. 



V kFf ORATING. PAINTING, f APBRHANO ' months 

I ' mt First-ciaa* wark IraiaaM * Son« \f anik^lins. Spanish and Hawaiian 



n 48<»o 




TSTi^malns ar* reslln. at McC«ll Broa^ 

&u 

McMtTRRAT Th're P»««ed •way TMterday 
at th* realdence of her son. 1530 Regent * 
PlaM Mr* Bllaabeth Hendry McMurray. 
S«Sm Ralwrt McMurrav. Klrkcud- 
StSm Itoattasd. and dauahter of the 
iJlTMr aSTfira. WlUlam Rendry of 

Car Bh* wag bafn *• 
Dd. came lo BrItUh rolMmbl 
Mar* ago, 
. tarli 



IkICK TRIPP - PAINTINO 
' kalsotinnlnx. alatina 

pREE 
I ten 

II OUSK Paintina. R 
1 perhanain* Clark 

KITCHEN FI RNITt RE SPRAYED LIKE 
ne» Paperliangin*. etc (i 4781 



PAPERING. 
E 8700 O 3510 

Pamtm* Fstimatea. Interior. Ex- 
plaster natrhln* Res G SUS 

oofs and Stucco IHk- 
rk« * Rmvihe E 3774 



IIAFERHANOINO. 17 UP KALSOMIN- 
Ini. 14 up Painting, roof and itucce 
aprayln* Frank Clar kton Q 713 1 

P'lAINTING. FAPBRIHG AND KALSOMuT- 
Ina. Speedy and eBlelent Work guar- 
ant*ed. J^ McPheryost. Phone B laia . 

110 CABPBNTBm ARB COtmACTORR 



MA NIK 
(ultar* 
day all day. 



Hour* 2 to > daily. SatUr- 
Jcnkinx, lOll Pandora 



U 



DANCING 



R. aad Mr*. Oaa Raaaly, Ylctarla'* 
iMtriKtata Biaaa 



HEST FTR SAWDUST. 13 3S UNIT. OVER 
two unit., lea* lie per unii'. aa aaek*. 
1 3 25 P inne day, nteht. Biaa4. 

7 'OOPERAfTB Wood 12 75 cd . kindling 
> II 50 cd . stovewood II ■« ed. B M21. 



CLEAN. NO RUB- 
cd. Try now XVSM. 



ir»>bla flfteen 
and had hee i lu n* In Vtc 

iarla for *lx »»ar« 

raptaiTi R 



Bhe !' surTlved bv 
W M' M'irrav and 



her daughter. Ill la*. Mt* M.Murr.' 

me arMdCMhMMninaaiaiR Vtldnrray 

RlvrtTTsTeTal will ke 
residence on Friday •»•'■ J**** 
officiating, and '"••""•"•^".•j, 'VJ!SI! 
gak Burial Park. Rayward a B-O. PMaral 



ALTBRATIQRB. BtnLOtNO. REPAIRS 
RooBnt a specially. T T^irkell. E 4<95 

aphdlta 

siaaa. 



Am Ortutaa. Rack Blastina, AaphaR. 
caneret* ar araeal drivewaya 



BmiUUM 
* wall 
O 4110. 



frag. 





mMATBB-ALTBRATMMB RS- 




Baperlencad Bi*tll*|/ Ifpaa, 


I7B 


aAROBNBBe 


a I.I. KINDS OAROENINO WORK Hedtr 


t.\ • or k 


a apecialty Reasonable E 343S 



1/ 



Park 



08T ORDNANCE BROOCH, 
mental -slue Victoria WeU 
Re«srd I" '^1 ' F 3735 

BLACK COtfcAPSliti UM* 
tir't.a Reward Box 1945. Colonist 



DRY INRIDB PIR 
bUh ^ 

HALF P R I f E-Biil^BBT - BPLITTIKO 
dtvlard wrwl fronr Ut»-Islend tie mill 
Never in »«'er re?dy to hnrn ro ir*t»iTt 
leneths. 100 p^r rent Dou«l*s fir One. 
TWICE AS FAR a. ordinsry »md 12-Inch 
for turn*re. fireplace or ennk rsnre We do 
not pick the be»t m-ood put or jhorl measure 
lust lo sell cheap. Re*. 11 M ed,. now 1 
ed*. 'not I', e«t'), Ni 1 ad., \%S%. »MM*. 

dry. 14 per rd 

DOMINION ntEI. t o t. 4-34 

HALF -price dryland fir wood. 13 35 cd , 
1 cds. 14 50 dry alaks. 15 B 1142 

MALAHAT BULK B A W D U S f. 11.15. 
Sacked, 14.21 ae *ack* J B 
tt Son* 



417 Cormorant Street 



Hatnter 
O 1541 



"1 1 'OLLD P«R«ON WHO TOOK WHITE i ^jawSuBT. IJ 71 D^^it 14 60 8k* : Dryland. 
yy purse containing nn*. and money ^J, headaaw. dry acreened cle.r. coara* 



Vo 

fl 

nr aa' 
Fuels. 

VO 1 » 

A> t3 00. 



1 FIR MILLWOOD 12 50 CD . IN 3- 
rd lota Inatd* ftr. 14 oo rd Screened 
nr aawdu*t. lURmi^ Mannin* A Shaw 
Fuels. 743 VWmMK- E 0434 

13 50 nrt;snd a id. 
1.25 8 AMsr,,, F If • : 




H1CYCLE.S. NEW AND HECONDn loM- 1 ' 
term* arrangad. •xpert repeir* by com- 
p*t*at machaaica. Padea Brae.. U4. 14 is 
Douelas O arden sai I 

BICYCLE BALK— 30 BICYCLES. 114 50 
to 111 75 Balloon-tlre bl'rycle*. 134 SC 
with wide* Expert bicycl* repairs, mod' 
ate price* Aaronson a 1378 Gov t 

BICVyiBB OB.EABta 
Call anywhere 0 4122 

n'^OUOLAB 'motorbike FOR RACT 
1200 perfect condition AppW E'»297 

T' iroi: A BICYCT-E -PlJlN~TOUR TRIPS 
^ or holidays on bicycles, ihey are 
healthy eeonomcal »nd emivvshle You'h. 
hostels are spriiirir.* up all n rr the coun- 
try for your convenience Cyles ran be 
rented-, by the day or week Roblnaon *. 
Iiaa Broad Btretet eppoalte Colonist K 4213 

<BB OUR RBBinLT BICYCLES LOOK 
like ne# and eueranteed like new 
Expert repair* a apecisliy Bib Pejen 
Ltd.. 444 Johnion Street, next door te 
8t Jame* Hotel Phone E28I5 

\«*ANTn>-klOnrOIICYClB: PltBPBl'lN^ 
7* disn Scout. Phon* OMBl. aftataaafa 



UKKD FEED TROUGHS 

me "'pv elertrr h-noders, feed . 

li"! pec ne'" wire d'..:- .'".r' G 4310 | 



\ 



\T 920 Y 
yrniiiid 

A 

\TTRAcnVB COMFORTABLE 
niahed hoiise>|aBina rmwia B3U5. 
ST 1114 ORMONO BTRBBT - CLEAN 

• s I '„isekeepint rooms 

HRU.HT hOOMS. HOIISEKFEPINa OR 
mesjs open f<re ta' 4'0 ',nr«e Rd 

/'4LOSB JAMFJI BAY HOTFI. 58!» TO- 
' I ronto Be<l-sittln«-room. every con- 
venience E 1*34 

t SORT FRONT ROOM. NfCE HOME 
" walklnc diaience 307 Vancou>er m 

I' .^URNIBMBD ROUBBKBBPIRO ROOMk 
Flat*. eaMna 11 ma an law Hillside 

HOUSBKECPINO. BINOLB. DOUBLE 
eonvenieneea 441 Oaree Boed_EA»' 

r IOHT HbuBBKBBPINO OR BLERPINO | 
* rooms. br*aht and central ion' 
McClure 

H(X)MB, CLEAN. CLQBB IN. MODERA I F 
toanst or haasekeeplaa. 415 Quebec 
B 4oai. 



uali' 

1"' 'I' 

I In. It I 



l'< iciM STttr-rO 
"iir>e,i 140, 
' •'let II. 4'rnoin buo« 
.or*. "■■ ^ ■ 
'ie 

41 



Rcx iM."; 



rooIBb' jM IBt ^. 



4-raam anar*> 
Oous* 



iail. 1141 



S7 WANTBD TO 

I7B IINPIIBNIBMD 

^'X-ROOM RUNOALOW, lia 
^ mnnii nr »ill |*aas, MH 



1114 



huylne fit- 



O 34tl1 



ti'ANlED HOr^F 
» » lens' t llr,, 4020. 



< TO tW. 1 
OMaMlat. 



Il-AMM. ,' 

» ' Boi I'.riS 



MR 1 Rfx>»l OOTTAOI. 



11 

at* 

A 
Ii 
I' 



HI IH.MI-K RKSORTB 

I flTTSfiSa AM) f ASIPmTF.a 

"> K'K,«e rabina cleans 
' I R R 2 Victoria. 
" ' ■ RFSIDENf r CADBOnD 

.< t Pi, "I,., fi lite 



I: . 



aiB 



.NPCBNtSBBO 



.OPNER O'lVERNMENl A NI) Bt : PER 1< )n 



],^OR SALE HAMI'=ilIt'f Pt IXET8. 1'. 
mnn'iis. de: ■ -' • f 4147 

I I AMPSHIRE AND H AMPSHIRE-WYAN- 

I I dotta cross chicks Also hatehine asaa 

. . I2-.4 ■ _ ^ 

I > fl !• '-ii'f;i ' iiicK.s .II vr » anO 7. 

I kr — »t1 r-e fxt Do 111*. H*tr!.ery. 1100 



or evenln* 



purse containing rip*, and money 
from private home Sslurds" t re 
please keep mn"»' ' • 

»nd other conlert<- r^, ^~<t 



fir 



No aalt vatar. RtUcr**t Fuel. O Mil 



F;^IBR POOLS. FBNCINO ROCKERIES. 
' drain*, rock wall*, lawn* 0 11*4 

CjRRUBa HBDGBS TRIMMaDi BORDERS 



tl MONR TQ LOAN 

- A RS yoo oomo to builot ftnANc- 

^ ma the anrehaaa af yaur a** bame 
ekn eaaily ke arrantad tbronah the 
NATIONAL HOU8INO ACT I*. »Un. 
Modeeat* menthle paeataat* asMkia 

to aecnre title in 10. 15 or IS miA 

Ask us for comp!e'» det*ll*. 

OILLE8PII HAr-T A CO. LTD 
Est*bli»h*d Over a Quitter of * Century 
411 Fort Street Pivon* O 1111 



REQUEST 



FOR A 

C 



MORTOAOk 



A 

4 V. appreciated See h C Roimea. Pem- 

I i iaa. UA. BM fwt •^ oaui. 



^ PEClAU-dttI WBK ONLY. 13 INCH 
s7 cedar. Rea. •>. Row tl »a cord. B 4714 



•O OX BUUC BACKS UJa. DP>IBLANO 



»)■; P«R UNIT CO 
^•*.«»*' coarse llr sawdtisi fo 



C O D.. NO 1 
or immediate 

delivery Aiert Service Transfer Co E 4101 
' !r<k- UP-ISLAND SLAB. 12 In ROD- 



BICYCLB BARGAINS ' 

Several Uahlvelaht BaUoagt-Tlrad Madak 
Four Uj^jr^Jgahtn^ ^IS^V^' 

B. H. RAIUUS CO>tTO., ,. 
Fort Btreet Next ta Rar* 



481 



^BTOVtR BRV RANOBB 



tTR 



HOBaRS 



T STUD ARAB 8TAtA.fON ADOt>N»0 

r»' 

M' 



br Hanad Adoiba '-in K'''n7.> hr»ed 
for irt'll'tetire itsmir 

he Ten to«ether wi'h .,.,.' rr„i, 
by app iirK^Tient Ba|a*. It'i-i s' 

HORBBS BO U G H T. SOLD OR EX 
ebanaetl Mos r»^>itias etreet 



>: 50 yer »ee< 'IP 



. n 



U FLATS AM) APARTMBNTt 

TO RKNT 



l: ■ KIM I" REHI AND OUIBT HI 
pri.aie I'.iift-. residence near Vie* 
"I'l* Flahin* „«.., ti.ii, e 'eMi.s, e«- 
ceiiant cuisine ii„< t.ob. i 

^BMI. FURNISHED fOTTAfkr WATMl- 
front, aiih b'.si »2c pro.per. i.aae 
E 743S 

^I'MMFtt f'lTIA'.F HA'IHIN'I REACH. 
' tl-'' .''I hf-stLcise, Prospect I.aka, 



APARTMEFTT, SELF-CONTAINED. FUU.Y 
.famiahad: ataaa in: reaeanakia rataa 

B 1071. ' " 

I I RAC I IVE* TWOWOOa f wjRI M BHKO 
suite 440 Kingston, cloae to Parlia- 
ment Bu ldln»s Now vacant 

PARTMENT 7 RfXIMB ANO'' BATH, 

unt'irni'Sed 101 



A^ 

m»n 

A' 

\T MOFTTROBE A 
n 



ttr ooos . 

i 40CKBR PUPS POR BAUB. B PTM. 



MARVCL DUST' 
lawna and shruka frdm atray de 



PRQTBCr Yoxm 

:*• 

25* Pet Shop. 141 1 Da wa lae Street., 

/ kNLY'~ONE^PT!RE MALTBSB PUPPY 
s f left. 7 mor,th< |2'. BsaBaai. Lana- 
ford Leke Belmont .saY 



♦MK woa 

I^X}R BALB-YbURO PlOB, BUI 



Georae McLean. BISRay. 



A MAJOR SAWDUST BtntRBR. BOLX) 
aad inktalled with . our help, ha* a 



r woort C 



S4 WWr^—IONAL DimtCTOlT 



CABTNET STEAM BATHS MA8SAOI 
Mlaa Va« Bacaeg. IM McCiiua. B TIU. Btace. aaa Part BUaat. ' B Stil. 



icy-keck guaraatec W* h*v« yet to 

t the tint perion who is not satisfied 
Phon* E 4101 Alett Se-vlce Tranafer Co 

\burbank' just rite R a N O L 
White enaaseL nickel trim: eaceilent 
conBttiM ihtOTSfeMt: laT M, Phaaa BMU 
Caaat iUfdwire. lita ^aaak* 

AU< RANOBB. NBW AND RBBOtLT. AT 
karaain prieea Bawdnat kamar*. re- 
pair*, cannertion*. Atla* Btoivaa aaa Yalas 
8tr**t_B OOM. ■ 

I.-'CLL ENAMFI7FRO^^r RANOB, 
I fr'sr' ► '-s.helf H3 c*rtt 



rttra •!•<-* 



rX)R SALE - FOUR ACRBS BTANDIRO 
1 hay. four acre* oat* aiMl vetchaa. S. 
Jennlnas, RMD No I. Royal Oak. 
Haanleh 

I.X>R SALE-TEAM MOWER. IN, BdlSB 
coRivatae. in aaodiarfer. ja: Craam 
separator. No. II, 118. It. RaBdla. O ad k a i o 

R*y. ^ _ _• 

7', ACRBb'bTANDING HAY POR'sALB. 
% CoplthOrne. Holland Avenue. Colaatta 

26« 



ished' suite sll modern rn 

lUIA MANSIflN.<4 UNFURNISHED, 
exeeller'n «er- red E Oa4| 



I.VIN M '1 II F F' N 

tes'ed sr»ar-rtir-' us. 



rt-RNIBHED 

iro!i .ir.rn.on 



*!l«- ■ 



\tJ, BAR'. SINS roPD 1*3* CotlPB 
I'Od . r.i r •'*['• 1.0 Mo'cirs an<l 



transmi'sior,. Ford A 1*2* Chevrolet 
7 ( 00k B'rset aOaai, J||#;^yjU^,Xer isri President *-e vlin- 
.PT m.rri rttn' oer Waufe.ha J*, i 4, 4-ryllnder. 4 
'iL...;: I.. .V,r. »peed« _17-in Ford.V-J ^Ig^ JJ^ 



speed* 17-in Ford V-J whaal 
Fr*nk Cameran. Aata Part*, 
Phane Baait 



■1 



Murr-K SBDAN - AS GOOD AS 
I .uai Bulck comfort and |^^]^^yQ 



A 

A 

- I perf"rmanc.* 

ATTRACTIVE T WO RCK.M Ft BNIBHf.D T.tj,FB/.KF,R SBDAN-RUR A BMAIA. 
i%_»OlU clean, oulet 311 \aneouver „,,>„, ,r,4 thoro««My fit** 

cla** in every respect C*^"*/ 

rpERRAPLANB SFDAN FIRST CLABB 
1 Ihrwwfhoul The electric han^ 
la make R aaay ta baadla. i 
heatar Ii a aaaiisn IfM — 



HBAUTIFUL FOUR-ROOM BUfTB. CLQBB 
to Beacon Hill Pafft. Bant aaa. Maw- 

atead Realty E 1431 



HRIOTTT ATTHAmvr 
nished h'ls trarn il-opplng dlltrlcli 
Oak BsT O I^IS 

HuaiNESS LAUr WANTS ANf>7HER TO 
share r.al. rln.e 1:1 Box 3731. Colonial 

iLBAN. ~ B R I G H T, UNFURRIBHED. 
V ' tbra8«fM*B aatui Maal laaattaa. lail 
Ollpbanl . 



BBXT DOOR TO rvERrrHitso in 

ATTENTION. FOIJtSt 



OluaAM eO0MK/» Riot MnrNiNO 
ear at me riakl ft91^a 

prtea- . ... ... .., C^**) 

Other* Prom 175 tFb 
DAVIB-ORAKB MOTORS. LTD. 
Bulck and OMianebUe Car»-0 M C Tnscfta. 
Pert Siraat at Oaadra. Yieafrts 
BeaaeB at 



F'VERYONB UREA COMFORT 80 WHY . .HEVRfrt^ 1*79' PANEL DELIVERY - 
i net feme and slay at the Beverly ' Sa'^rif.ce 0»r.er ^'taaylne V>t fort. 



47 



•OOM AND BOABD 



ABBROBBR. 841 M*CUmB-H -C Water 
in rooaM Baeatlani kaard OaiU 



i Hotel. 734 Yatea Btreet |«icelT firniahed ifijiil 
rnoma with OT without pt.vaie bath Try - 
of our banarkeeping room* or eoltes ! I^XIR SALE— 1*11 PORO V-4. DOUOH- 

" I r nut tiraa laaa. Anply. tan Craaaaal 
I Road, after a a.m. _ _ . 

I f UNm AOTO WRBCKBR. B 7111. BMV 
I *l prie** peia for row* car Parte laa 

ait '-•'• snd truck* af7 VIew Btreet 

Iriaui. %\ 

a-a-ton Hava 



REAL HOME 0<X>D TABLS. CLOSB 

, ladJMUy. 



I%y'ara eaaylaad cut your vtvram la balf 

JAMBS A. ORIPPITH 
Pfcaaa Oaaia owttar kM Oparata* 



FURRTBRBD OR URPUHmBRBD APT 
4 large room* garaa*. prlrate fcath . ,„,,rf^i» 

rat* toiiei hot waur. pkane •"OjJjKM y" 



s""5nf=he;"'.4T"'f'.im:557 m 1 r.';'»» ir^'^^:^^- cfc^r ii:;;: 

kone. d*y,.me E -53 after » O 2477 _ Ji'';*^Va\li'''S|fk*^J^ 

1/UR NISHED BUITE 8UITARLB ORB liar aaf* atsd track*. _Clarferj,.^rt*..# 
' iady. elaaa ta CMMxai. |U. BldM* TmaB ftna, «4^ta« Unalb lIMk ^ 




THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. WEI 



to 



Mart 



Sale 



Trade 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 
SUBSCRIBERS 

Oot-©f rov»n lutrtCi b«'l 

only lh« ul«phor« numbtf o» '^it 
•cJvtfiiMf « Qivttv mty mail th«i» 
rtpliM 10 Thw Cotcnitl. -jnd Th« 
Coionni wiV camnunieM Mdl 



t6 'mrroMOBiLLb 

(CoaUnrnd > 



SVmYTXINO YOU WANT IN A USCO 
CAR WHEN YOU 8EL.CCT AT 

WILSON A r-ABEUJCJ 



"I OOK AT THIS U8T rOR 
then co|i^ ^tE tm 'ft* *" 



TRircKs ^ VANS — DBuvnni 

A HUOa SB.KTION 

OUARANTEED PUtlT • CLAM CON- 
DITION— «L.'n ABLE FOR ALL TYPCi 
or BUIIMK8SU 



If Buincnt orpoEWwiiM 



A 



aO0tl UVmO — OOl^FlCTtONET.Y. 
lunrhn. Low r»nt. Ffsidfiice. J400 

ijii 8cellftrd BujIdlM. 

l/XCELLTNT OPFOHTUNrrY WL1+- 
I j fMabll'hfil rood cUns rjii'n'i war 



buiinr 



•ppctrkncr 
cal cxceil«nc«. 

CHRVSUm niPXRIAL 

BBDAN '.r . 

lUI BUICK OMRA 

coura 

lis* CHEVROLBT MAOTBR DB 
LUXK SSOAM 

1139 ( MKV Kourr MAflran 

BEDAN 

1I3S ranii OB LUXB • 
BEDAN 

UK CHEVROLET MASTER DB 

LUXE KCIMN 
IMI CHEVROLBT MABTBR . 

BBDAN 

im roKD 

1137 rORO 

. mAN . . a a • . 

nil PONTIAO 

OOOPE 

l»30 BTUDEBAKER 



VALUE 
vcr (0 
fSr Hi*«iir«ni 



JiflOSa") 

,. $795 
.1695 
..$675 

.$;{85 

.$275 



llMitakar— N*, Om Cm >vy » 
UiMI Car Pron 
WniBON * CABBU>P 
without conplaU a*ll«tMU«i 
IN TATW BTRBST m4 M OONCAII 



tlSI WnXYB PANBL 

DELIVER Y 

U34 IK)lKiB I'K K VP 

UKLIVEItY 

1137 CHEVROLET SCDAN 

DBLIVflRT 

1*37 PORD V-l SBDAN 

DEUVERY^ 

CHEVROUCT PICK-UP 
DEUVBRT'. 

Itll PORD V-l PICK-UP 
DBUVERY 

1937 KORD V-l BKDAN DB- 

iivrRY. ■ «• 
, hfiRi) V 8 PANKI. 

I DELlVEflY 

I 1931 INTERNATIONAL PANBL 
DtLIVIRY 

its9 wam a-TON truce— 

ChtHli and cAk 



$495 
$i25 
$545 



Vdlid r'»»on tor di»po»«l. ll.OOC 

I'.'.y «'i'i9. Coloiil«I 

ARUE STOKE TOR RENT. IIJ SO. IN- 
Clii0;r. : »»'fr. OjI B«y ^_J^~'^ 

OE- 



LP-ISIJ^ND 



,LD ■ ESTABUUiEL) 

partm»n» »loT* bu»ln»M with proptrtr. 
Modern More. »0 x 80. modern »t«- 

moni spartmrtit Bbovf Bulldlnf •bout m 

old ooort lurnover Well-v»rie<l 
liock. Further T»rilcul»rii kt OlHM only. 
No pi.oiir Iiif'irmallMl 
CONXSTtO - WJLUERB CO. 

631 Brwi^ton Strfet 

'inirjROUOHLY BXPBRIBNCBD ROOTE- 
^ 1 ..y provpeeior wishei «rubsl»ltr to 
I r. sprrt' exctplionally proinl»lnf •round^on 
V.nrouvtr IllMd. Conuti »or 

NT 1 
■harf 



Co|lllll.^l. . . . 

im»ANT TO' BUY BUBINBBi OR PART 
yy «h»r» »n fotnt ecnMra. Bo« 

.$.545 



It 



■OOfll POB SALS 



$2100 



$600 



10 



BU9INE88 rOR BALE 



tentril. all ro«m» Occupied. 
No. phone Inlormation, 



low 



CROto * CO. " 
106 Oovernment Btrett Phoiw B WM 



■ffi*i««*i*** 



*•••••••• 



BBOa MOTOR COMPANY. LTD. 

OUR LAROE RETAIL Bb9INL£8 ON 
Vht new 1140 Chrysler c»rs makes 
It iMMtM* ier us to offer a larc* 
MlMtlM of fine late model c*r»^- 
•Ttnr MM • ItAdtr in ttrHBC And ptr- 
iw i BH i»i * r fH_ wi <m i«K — < 



-A 



^93gL*PAr«T. 



DAN- 



l/9«i7 rouR-Doori 



M U7XB BBDAN 



3.936 NHB COUPS^' 



K>0R-DOOR SB 

$695 



$645 
$595 
$995 

$845 



I93!i rrjRU V « 

VAN . . 

1937 rOHI) V-fl i-TOV ■TRUCK 
Wheels, chasils afid cab. 134 
iBCll VkMlteM 



USTINOS CANCELLED 

TO REAL ESTATE AGE> 



N OTK E 
My I 
^jf fthf markf 



RATIONAL MOTOR CO . LTD. 
tit Yites Strerl 



1 QQQ PONTUO DB LUXB 
XUOa POUR-DOOR BtDAH 

1 (Via HUDBON FOUR-DOOR 
J.tl(>0 8BDAN-Wlth heater. 

Maar Mora Late Model* tk Ctaooaa 

Prom 

. ■ Uktral Trrma and Trades 

•BOO MorroK company, ltd 

•n; Tattt street Ml Yatea Streft 

Opw TIU I P.M. Phone 0 1U4 

CiAVB ON OAB AND OIU-8BB U8 ABOUT 
R recendltionlm your endne. Lew prices. 
Cfareful work. 

CHlrr DOWMAN 
73« Johnson Street 



SPECIAL! 
lin DODOB COUPB 

ri^HIB CAR 1MB BBBN ORIVBN ONLY 
Hr — a .mall ntllHK B T ■ TJfll » 'U» I- 
nesstnan It i* attractively psin'frt in 
maroon r^d stripe Biirt \nn*.^ .\k* 

new Motor, tires and iiuerior m a.i- 
cellent condition We invite you to 
romt In and fee thin reliable, eco- 
nomical aaS pop'iiar roup* at only 



$625 

»7*J5' 
$750' 
$750 
$525 

CiOROB DISTRICT— BAANICH 
, 4 n jNOALOW TYPB HOMB- SEVEN 
rnrini* and bathroom, baaement. fur- 
i,a<r r;replace. lauirdry tubs, saraie. nice 
Harden lovely ue»» over Ooree •afers, 
A I c o nd i'"^ Only I2.3U, cash. Only 
n.«tO.Hatt cash. 

FOUL BAY DISTRICT 

\ BUNGALOW - TOUR ROOMS AND 
bathroom, cement basement, laraie. 
l:reiiUce. ♦tc . nice garden. ■ Onlir 11.474. 
car.h Only Jl.JSO. half cash. 

OAKLAMDS SCHOOL DISTRICT 

V SEVEN-ROOM HOME WITH BASE 
ment, taraii' inr.ice. fireplace, oak 
ilMri,_ etc. ii.»8> 

BAANICH 

1/IVE - ROOM BONOALOW WITH OAR- 
aae. fli'Plare, rtr . fI 7J5. Terms, 
one-third ch I. 

L M. ROSE YEAR it CO , LTD. 

nBldi.. Ill View St. OMMi 



-•^tAA X>OWN WIU. 0|VS TOO POB- 
iNMIU. session of one Of the prettieat 
and cheapest fur room buntalows on our 

listioc Livitu io"n\. dlnlnt-room with 
'C^en llreplacr, t»o bedrooms, three-piece 
bathroom, kitcheu and pantry full ctment 
baaement and workshop, new furnace, 
double saraae: lot 195 x 85 Taiea only 
117. Thla bom will appeal U> lovers of 
the bcautlfltl, lt» veUrty lawiM (rinted 
with flowers. Csrved in Um centre u a 
liljr poad filled with toldfUb. AlKef which 
preaenta • beautiful plolure from the tea 
house t>n the lawn A few 91lttttl.es from 
t»o street car service ^ 

Price 

DOWN — CITY. CEDAR 'HILL 
Road Almo«l new five-room 
.Murco burigrtiow T«o Urge bedrncrms. 
larsc luina-rooni with open fire, dinette, 
spacioun briaht kitchen, ample cnpbdnrda. 
thrre-piere b."i'nnTn. full cement base- 
ment, sawdu' t -huMier furnace. Thu home 
la buUi.wiih the stayinc power or u ba'iy 
shrp and eoiiUa't ho dupUcat'<i 

$2(i00 

J |i I .' >OWN — NEW FOUR - ROOM 
)\t\t :,,rco bunsalow Tao bedrooms, 
ill.. .1 K-ioom. hardwood floors, hnll. 
.ir-r k.i l eii with many bullt-in features. 
I urn kink, four-piece bathroom. Lot 70 x 
L91 aril irerd. bri>l to\i on I.sland At the 
back of thu litriir 'i^it stands another un- 
flntahed hunv^ > » It goes In ^*}\iU\ 

with the full I i^e V^«JwU 

NOTE ' All the ^n\e down payiinenta tre 
small You will be well advised to 

take advantaea of itl ' 



iroMao al A»»Ucailea lor a 
Ucetaee 



T^OTICB U hereby gl»en that en the l»th 
Asy of June neit, the understsned 
British Imperial Comrades' Association in- 
tends to apply to the Liquor Control Board 
for a club llcenee In respect of premises 
situate at No 711 Ftagard Street. In the 
City of Victoria. British Columbia, upon 
lands deaerlbed as Lot No TLItS. Vic- 
toria city Land Reilsiration DUlrlct. In 
the Province of British Columbia, to en- 
title each member of the said club to keep 
on the premises a reasonable quantity of 
liquor for perianal conmmptlati en the 
premises, in accordance with the provisions 
of the ' (> >.• rt.nient Liquor Act" aatf tb* 
regulations promulgated thereunder. 
, Dated this UU.day of May. A D. UMI. 

• BRlTmi IMPBRIAL COMRiDBS' 
. . AMOOXAtlOll. 

P. JL Maaott. 

BoUcltor 



Pr'.. 



SPBNCBR 

11)1 Oovernmnit ' 
Street - 



HAWKINS 

Phone Ell It Day 
or NHiht 



$1800 



U>|.>-ii A'nnAClIVl BLNtiALOW OK 
V'l^'/'' fni.r rooms and pantry One- 
quarter acre lui »Uli abundance o( (ruii.s. 
flowrri. cl«:. House needs a little money 
spent an It. Bartala for a haadymaa. 
Low taxes 

PRETTY MODERN BUNQA 
lOK I- our rooms and sunroom 
garage. No hr.nnet.' Nine KK-ation near 
sea. Term& ilie rmtu pan:. 
*1 |jn/|- htjUR-ROOM HLNOALOW IN 
^i-Ul/U splendid condition all through. 
Basement, taraie. Popular Gorge district. 
Ask to see ibis doatrable iUtie home. 

A. B. MnXBR 
1301 Blanshard Street Opposltt Library 
Phone BOm 



fSOO DOWN 



Your, choice of tw» dK>ra|M aeml- 
bunralovs. with beiemfath an4 fur- 
naces One of them In best part of 
Jame/~S)iy disiriri. tne o^her on Red- 
fern Street ii'sr Oak Bav Avenue 
Total p.- .. e. -e'ln • ■ 

$2000 a-d $1600 

NEW STUCCO— OAK BAY 

situated on nice street, not far from 
Uplands, seven rooms, oak floors, open 
fireplace In large living-room, dlnlng- 

rnoni. kitchen with tiled fentures three- 
piere hslliroon-, fiiir beilr.x'ins .<iii.-i,' 
basement, furnace, garage, ^^^flfl 
Total prlet w^9f§w 

IrNiir L NiyMt, L«i 

1m Port St. Bfoatac Phor. < ' -o 



BstablUhed iMi 

WKT Bl'ILD when you can buy this 
brand-new aeven-roflm ptucco bunga- 
low at a pi.ce below present buUdms 
cottar Situated In Oak Bay. Owner 
aays "get me an offer " It Is In the 
fi.iOO class. A mortgage Is arranged 
for M.IOI. Ho* Buah wUl ro« Fay for 
Ml asMltrf 



DEEP <OVE— Charming prQperlr with 
t,ea on three sides. 1 71 acres; tardcn, 
fine tr(«s. Modern bunaalow of tour 
rooms, bathroom: double tarate. AU 

;ihr^^. ^r;.......S8000 



MILL BAY -^111 acres, eight acres 

f>«red New house pf emt.' r r.u 
four bedrooms, modern 
bath/oom. Barcain at 



$6000 



FAIRriELO, near sea. We again «!sh 
to bring to )our attention this eight- 
room semi-bungalow mati' • rtu- 
plea. ovaerg have wri ' ' 
»I7.M. Plve roomt down COTCII 
Investltet*. Priee Wfcl VW 



REDl'CTION— Prevloualy advertised for 
t4.000 Subatantial James Bay seml- 

hiinsalow converted Into three suites. 
If on:v tor curiosity ar- C^7Sfl 
range fii inspection. Now. . Ww 1 Ww 



(HICKLN EAMH Four-room bunga- 
low, small store combined: 4S 
acres < appro! > and III the neres.sary 

fiiitbulldinga and brooder- f . ■ 
be traded tOr a City p 



prlco 



$2600 



*1 -lllk- MOUNT VIEW BP 
etrl'IUU four-room bunwaiow 



BRAND NEW 

f i I eplfcre, 

Cenjri.; ^;ilp- 



111 Union 



aarate ntlached. Corner lot 
»alk Not quite finished. 

^Vn/I J-EVt'N ROOMB Nfc.AR JLBI1J:E 
•r-^Ulf Hospital. S&OO b,.t : 

WILLOWS, mx UOOM BUN- 
galn*. T'Hxe.s yij 

H O I e P 8 ES>H THE 
price ol one. Basement, fur- 



$1575 



r' ( 



$6!>5 



THOMA8 PLIMLEY. LTD 
Est Nearly SO Years 
1010 Yates Street Phone O 7111 

"U Tou 0«klt at Ptlailir'a. It's All RItbt " 



1928 



— AN EXCEL- 
ateel body, and 

CfjNSIDEIl- 



V^TANDARO AUTO WRBCKBRB. in 
^ Hillside. Ttroa. baturloi. Paru tor all 
makes cars. Trr avt 



1929 nURANT BEDAN 

l!)2i^ N^HIPPET 4-( YL. SBDAN 
.1 .r—.' VEME BtUA.S 
l!)2t^ PLYMOUTH COUPB 
19»{0 OURANT COUPB 

1929 wmppvr oovPB 
1929 VOMTUO COUPB 



VICTORU Ul 
-fit Tatot Btrett 



CAR MART 

Bvenlnts 



POnjn PBATURB 'BAHOAIIIB 



IMI PLTINO STAIfDARD ' lo 
tour-doer sedan. Sun roof 



DR I.UXE 

Id limter 



HRBKINI 

lent 

vrrv eronomlral tn 
operate 

1 (k>)Q WILLYB BKl 
I ><~ ably under n[»r 
as quick salo Is required 

JONES BHOB SERVICE STAT 
( or Ysies and Quadra Phone 

WHY NOT CHANGE YOUR CAR NOW 
POR THE COMING BUMMBR 

HOLIDAYS? 
11. "1 ( IIKVIM il.K 1 CABRIOLET 
1', J'l KIM I I C <■) A( H 
In:,: 1)1 iDC.i-, SFllAN 

ma NASii .'tFnAN 

IBTI CHEV SPORT ROAD6TER 
1914 CHEV 8PORT CABRIOLET 
RELIANCE SALES. LTD. 
Ill Johatea Btret^t P^oat B 1734 



If you ran rater »n »nd nlease the pub n 
we hiiie a f:ist ilass restaurant bu ll e- 
for ssle. ParticuHjis to responsible party 




A 



CENTRALLY LOCATED APARTMENT 
prnpet'v four suites. No vacancies 
0-. er a period five years 
heatina. runs 
caretaker s w 

Investment This i- « smiiid prrrpos.t'.oii 
and a.ll .'t.uid 11 iiivevrltation 



$L':)Oo 



MIHEE HOI SIS TAXES ONLY 
.<l>i .".^owiid iiiveMMien: 
HAMILTON JAKgMaM HTAITV 

78S Psi.'lora Avenue Phone £ 4833 



- OORQB — MODERN l-ROOM 
seml-bungalow. basement, fur- 



*isr)(i 

%f nc'.en'uV^on ""inlmum' of i *' »H'( T 

ork. Showin. I , per cent - ' |r. Jj j -^-^C^S^^^ STRBrT 7- 



NEW8TEAD REALTY 

313-U Beollar* BIdi. ' Phone B 1131 



r"nm femi buncalow; modern 
^•>iU|i|- FAIR>-IELO. MODERN BIX- 

V*J\ty/\/ rotom house, bagenent. furnace, 

etc. Excellent Condition. 

No Phone Information 
CONYERS- WILDER8 CO. 

f.2l Brn iiihton St See W. H. Hilton) 



A.NOTHER BAitOAIN 
UNOALOW OK FOl!H HIJO.VI8. MOD- 
ern bathrooin and pun.tv on main 
floor enclosed .stair to atiii wi'h two addi- 
tional bedrooms Cement basement, fur- 
I nace and laundry tuba. Extra large sepa- 
te garage and well laid-out garden. Hish 
lose transporta- 
tion. 

FLEMINO'tMBPINER M CO. 
312 Srollard B|dt. Phone O 7741 



79 WA.NTCD TO UL Y— HOUSES 



HAVE BUYER FOR SIX-ROOM DWBLL- 
int 111 Gorge ares See T. B. MONK 



J, H. WHITTOMB A 



111 



CO.. LTD. 
PhOBO B 



1313 



1936 



SPECIALI 
filNf.EFt FOUR - DOOR DB 
I, I XP; SEDAN This ear will 
■ Iv* you ecoiinmirsl service witli ' iin- 

guraaaMd ridina and drlvlat comfort, 
aad tar aaly 

$:{75 

MCVBRCOMB MOTORS LTD. 
91!, Yates Street 
Phone E 4t31 



- ;;;ms;.s!^?;^* $(>95 

$445 

|9i: NA.^II I.AFAYETTl PIVB-PAS _ 

.$()95 
$095 



atwTiudiiced to 

SN4 CnftVROLBT SBDAN- 
Reduced to 

NA5II I.AFAYETra PIVB-PASSENOER 
Vir-KjniA COUPiV- 
Reduced to 

tin OHBYROLIT COUPB— 
IMaetd ta 



LET VANCOUVER tBLAMrS , 
. PINBBT EQUIPPBO TIRE SHOP 
lUmiSAO t>R RECAP TOUR TOIBB 

ALL SIZES 
OOUOLAS riRE 8F.RVICB 
Recapping Centre 
IW bavtrament street i-hnr. t tin 

TRUCni AMD PA8SSNOER imps 



(52100 



MOUNT TOLMie DISTRICT 

/ 1HARMINO RBBIOBNCE OP SIX ROOMS 
V./ bungalow style. About nn »> re . r 
lawn and garden with fine oaks •' 1 . . r 
shade trees. Property stands 4cil\||ll 
hith. facing south. Price iTvlUUU 

JOHN OREENWOOO 
U41 Broad Street 



{.•siGirr ROOM HOUSE WITH FT RNACF 
^ basement and garage, in Fairfield. 
Cheap. Apply owner. 4U Mass Street, 



11 'ANTED LISTINGS OF MODERN 
»» h" isev Three bedrooms are in de- 
n d: '< 11:, 1 ue have a number of ellenl^ 
III 'lie iK.irket fnr ca.sh or terms. Quick 
a«.tioii. Immediate results. 

JOHNSTON * CO.. LTD. 
1314 Broad Street Plmne BS341 



OONZALES BAY 
J^UR ROOM§ AND 



i>iH : Hicr 

BATHROOM — A 

bungalow with entrance hall, fireplace 
In llvlng-room. veranda, eemtnt basement, 
garage, large let. nice tarden. near street 
war aad school, Ct^fW) 

Price, cash «»X«Jlm 

L. M ROSIVEAR A CO. LTD 
110 Union Bldt . 113 View Si. Phone G 6041 



• PBOPERTY FOR SALE 

COUNTRY ESTATE 
Price Cut in Halt for immediate Sale. 

ACRES. 7 ACRES OF BOTTOM 
land cleared and cultivated 7- 
room sluno daeiuna in high location over; 
looking sea, good basement, full plumbing, 
gravity ^ater supply, rpmpany light and 
telephone. Oarage, cottage tor help, 
stable, chicken house ahd other outbuild - 
lata. Boom truiit tree*. Good Shooting 



100 



$3000 



BiC. LAND 

\ND iwE^TMi^r Acrvrr iti> 

ftt' r;o\ernnrnl .M. rhonrs: C lll.'V-* 



Downlowii Cafe 

Bhowlac lood returns and steadily In- 
crtasint. ThU U a real telac concern 
putureta furaltora aaB kitehea e^ p 
meat. AU raaO ta $£500 



walk lata 



(Tarau Arraaia«) 



Hoiil With LiiMMd 
PriinitM 

Ten and a haif acres with lake frontage 
This country hotel Is located on one 
of the Island's best fishinc grounds. 
A real opportunity for an Industrious 

couple, Ulted tor aolek C| ^ ftAfl 
talc at 



• •••«••• • I aa a • 



Duplex 



Five minutet: walk from tava. Located 
on good street, doee to trade aad high 
school. Th4s revenue producer is 

listed for quick 
sals at ...as ,. 



Oak Bay 



Qoarter Acre la La*B aad Oaha 

Ee\rn-room stucco home, ideal sltus- 
lion. handy to bus line and ao'.f links. 
Owner will sell or trade fc .• i.nrdon 
Head propert,y. CftHft fl 
lasted at 

Per Mare Uforaiftttea Boo 
ALEX OLSON or-HABOUl UNBMAM 



l^TVE-ROOM BUNOAIjOW. OAK BAY, 
prartically ncn. <m bus line rloae lo 
■ra Full remrn" b.Tsemeiit. hardaood 
lloors. fully modern thioughout. No agents 
H' X .1847 Colonist 



Prlco 

J. H. WHITTOMB * CO;. LiMlTB 
Telephone Duncan I 

Pti Drimer Diiiiran 

^OOKE DISIHICT — WE 8PEC1AUZE IN 

waterfront home altea. small misod 
and fruit tarma of rich, well watered land 
yielding abundantly: The best produce is 
crown la the Booke distiiri Alfred Car- 
mlchael A Co. Ltd wi6 Broad Street 
Real ealala .and :i .tm.rr 

aOD KAANKU 



JllwllM t OSh LM. 

IflB BIMI 



ISI4 BROAB ST. 



Pt R. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 

Exclusive Listings 

NORTH QUADRA AREA 

HIGH LOCATION -Just a gtone's throw 
from North Quadra: two-mile circle. 
About <] acre In garden and orcl^ard 
and aell-buiil home of six rooms and 
sLnroomi fireplace, basement, furnace 
at d tarate. Oo ra eoue views of sea and 

n - » *^ — fm^b^ » I ■ I a— ,1 a 

tifttSrnv TrWflT HPV.M Ir ■ ■tT^T.IItw Wf — 

i.t.da. First linie offered for sale «nd 
t - ' ret Immediate »r t .on an .1 : >■« ri e 
(lifer will be considered. COCflA 
Price asked . 9CwUU 



ROOMY BUNGALOW 



$1800 



rAIRmLO ROAD - Close In. Home 

contains entrance hall, living and dln- 
Ine-rooms. t«o bedrooms, open flre- 
1 Lire, kitchen, basement', furiMue etc 
h^ eiient residential area < r 

ted. Price 

a • aed 

CLOSE TO SELKIRK WATERS 

\ \MILY HOME— Eight sp.endid rooms. 
:ii first-class condition. Usual city con- 
veniences. Recently rerooted at coet of 
I'ler ISM. Cloao to schools, ehurrhe^. 
street car. etc. Owner instrur 
sell at aaatMt after 

lo .ceeaaaaaaaaaai^iai 



$2400 



P. R. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 



nn BaoAo at 



PHONE (i 'Il'l 



PEMi[ERTOII'S 

ANOTHER EXCLUSIVE 
HOWE STREET 



S36G0 



STUCCO BCNOALOW OP SIX BOOM! 

all on one floor Uvint room. dinlns- 
rroni kilrhen and three beclrooii ^ oaK 
floo.s Baaement. furnace, garaae N.' 
locaiioa. lust alt Oatlaa 
Road. Price 

SEAFRONT AUTO COURT 
NEWLY lUILT— NIWLY 

FURNISHED 

racing south aith land sloping grntlr 
doaii to the salt water, this MBW 
AUTO CAMP Is delightfully situated 
There are t»ei\e rollases. i.tore. les- 
tauraiit. (S'er iii fcr Dme and 'Dance 
Guekts. and fine proprietor s quarters 
beaides This l« close In and Is Offered 
for sale for the first tlm«. Please copi- 
munieatt with thlt oftleo for fuU par 
tteulart. 

V lf W RO Y AC ~ 

A very delllhttttl bunaslo* of fl\e 
rooms with basement JW>d ren.rai heai. 
.ins Nice view of Bsquimait lUrb. r 
La«ns and 
Shrubs 



$3200 



OAKLANDS 



If you need iliree bedrooms, we hsve 
a six-room bungalow with mao e flonr. 
open rtrsplaee. full d 
furnace and tarate. AU la 

rr-od coodltlon, for. . . 



$2300 



Pbmbertoi&SM 



Limited 



tts Pan Blred 

Pheaa O UM. 



CONSULT US 

Ier real buys In fityjtt tuhurbaa pras- 



rrtles. 



NOW OFFERING 

A bcauUtuUy' located buntalaw oa Post- 
ace Jaiet. Practically new. Reason- 
ably pnead. 

A PEW rnnii r akNT ALS now 

»\ Ml \BI f 

Christoptier & SwayM, 

VIEW IT. PHONrS: O titl-l-t 
Real Lslals — Insaranra 



TouRiyrtsBSl 

^^alerfrout jyrooerty. close tu city, 10- 
■ ooib (kaiet with hot water heatint m. 
»gter. lisht and convei.ien . 
IV room for egpansion. CilOtlA 
a:: r.r only 94800 

BAANMJB 
r hot water l;«aied bu: > 

s . londilien. Lovely garilen v< ' 

$2600 

Mf MK IHM^^^ 

MEHAREY & COs, LTDs 



trt ruRT ST. 



PHONE E III! 



POPULAR CARS 

PLYMOI TH BEDAN 



'•«OR 8ALE-FOUII !'(i(;M H'> 
I lhree-ft(tc|^_baj_hr..,iin __a.rt 



\K 1 



. . . a . . . 



JAMBBOM MOTOM. IAD. 



TRUCK SALE 

IttI FORD 8'*-TON. II X I. MOTOR RE 

bored Exrellent rnndlllnn 

t Ik TMjg hoijt 
lt3» O M C PANEL- DEU VERY - 

10-ft body 

1111 CHEVROUrr l Vt-TOM.^ 

Piiali. chassis and cab. . . 
nil FORD A I 'j -TON— Duals. 

nhasals and cab 

tm CHEVROLET 1-TON— 

Single rear< 

tilt DliRANT PANEL 

DELIVERY 

INS CHEVROLET PANEL 

DEUVBRY 



1!>:{7 

19t.»() PLVMOt;TH SEDAN 
ICl'^M NASH DE LUXE SEDAN. , 
JL«90D Radio. Hester. Cruising 
Gear at 'i I.ovs' MiW-aee 
Mhhy Others " •'•:i I '-nmw . 7 to 9 

BURTON * WILLIAMS MOrOBB LTD 
IMI Blantbard Street Phone Et4l'> 

Wli-LVB BEDAN NEW TIRFS 
and evirer.ei.i rondi'irri .*<a.ii 
price Oaner «n:n« abroad Apply 



" \^ ;',v,'e 



IMAGINE A 



CLOSE IN 

WEU.-Bl 11 



SIX - ROOM 



lO.'JS 

fue prl< 

loao 



MODEL ■ A FORD. A 1 CONDI 

tlan: ne^ tires and battery. 
Apply MM CadMro Bay Road _^ 

i 0*11 POIID'cABRldtXT— TWO -NBW 
ItfOl tirea. new paint, aew. top, llM 

Roek fl'reet. 

CREDIT NOTE ON NASH CAR 
for sale McDougall Phone 

iao4 



CECIL EVE MOTORS. LTD 
YatM and Quadra 
PaaUao Oara . . O m o. Trucks 



1 !)» » 1 .sriiAN 
1 1 1-».> Fxrni) 

I . »- .<»EDAN 
, SINGER 
I .1. »'l .<TEDAN 



( HKV F)(ilA,T 

...aa.*..... 



$550 
$225 
*250 i V. 

%\ 00 ' WANTEI> 

ifffV ■ i 'A'H VOUR CAR F\in WIltCKlNO 

I"*.?.) ' • ( aiieron Bros 13 W t r a Ig f lc» 'r f H -IH 

KM A LIGHT SEDAN lOR t>AbH 
R or .1 Duraht or CMffaWt pre- 
ferred v.r^\ .1*3" colonlat 

'ANTr:D .M> GOOD USED CARS POR 
cash Victoria Used Car Mark tS| 

Ystes F'rret 

•ANTFD TO PURCHARE -WILL PAT 
rash fir .'ed 



newly decorated Inside and out All rooms 
rood sire and nicely planned Lartc base- 
ment, laundrv tubs and bull'-in p a t 
oeod lot Kith garden and \ 
Taxes t43 per year 

Priced tn sell at. . . 

On T*r>ns or Cash Offer 
Purther latormatloa oa Request 



1 ' YS A FOUR-ROOM HOME 
a Cadboro Bav, one and a 
blocks I': beach w.lh lluee- 
h<tluoom. two bedrooms, .front 
and kitchen. Taxes only 111. 

BUYS A SIX -ROOM HOME 
' ii * f ill cement basement. 

' Ihis home Is In splendid 

coiidi'.nii Grounds in lawn, garden, 
fruit trees, etc raxes only 141. 



3j«ll 



nK \'-'i' M 

W ,.11; 



I f sr ■ 



M p ^ N Y 
! le EOOOl 



AOBIAOl rOB lALI 



OAK BAT BBTATKB 
im Ntwport Avtaaa bty or Nliht O lOli 



b.oiK I loin 
Uill Par* S'.n 



OVEI.Y HOME. .SIX ROOM.S QUARTER 
.en h..rr , 1 , ise Be»coil 
owner. 18 Cambridge Si 



/ |Ne ACRP OAK BAT DISnUCT. HEAR 

^ ' sea. Apply Q WW. _^ 

^ECLUDED HARBOR FRONT PROPERTY 
^ -Vlrr" t m acrea. apprnx. three 

arres botlnm Im d. e\ei.runnin« stream 
With fall of forty feel, good five-room 
hoiive and tia'iioom; electrii I:.-'' "tid 
aaier. Sclniol. • huFObMk ttOre 

transportation. Price .,, 

ALFRED CARMICHABL Al CO.. LTD, 
1318 Broad S'reet . Real^Xstate 



Randaii's 



CLOSE IN 



REVEN - ROOM SEMI - B( X.AI OW- 
All nealy painted Garden A very 
well-bulit home. Very easy ClfiAA 
terms. Full price • I WW 



GORGE 



BFAlTlPUL PITE * BOOM STUCCO 

RING ALOW— Wonderful focsiien Ex- 

•ra large lot. At A prlcC 1 fanno: 

$2600 

CITY 

FIVE - RQtQlH FRAME SI NGAIXIW-^ 
completely gona eser inside Right on 
tranaportatlen, A tfcl aa did 
buy, en ea*r terms... 



SI too 



CeorKe Raiiill 



no-" !■ 



*T. 



PHONB 0 7t«l 



Investment 

Two duplex houses Eai li ; ■ « t. 
basement and furnace ( li. e '.1 i »ii 
and all rented ai 13: so per nmnth 
each Total revenue 1150 per n i.'li 
^e• Is for Farther Parllrvlat. 

$10,000 OR NEAR OFFER 

live-room modern bungalow In oak 
Bay A ahanauM lltue hautt la lood 

district. 



SStM 



Modemlatle tlve-raaai Matalew In Oak 
Ray. Braad aaw. ILIM cash, balance 



$3600 



New five-room bunsalew With large lot 
a. I teaced. 11 rash and III.M Per 

moatllh BMludlni In ir . 

S4200 

.f x -ratal hease oa vattrfrtat at Oor- 
don fttad lar tiUo ar reat. 

ViRdirVli{t,CibiMi 



lilt 



& Miy, Ltd. 



TMarta. B c. 



',.$1700 



n r AND ( ABIN. 

PI • 1 »■ E aj jii 



SHAWNIOAN LAKE 



FARMS FOK RENT 

ATERFRONT PROPERTY ADJOINING 



*t)5 \\-- 

ferr 



eitaaaoaaa 



Btataataaecitei 



1 K\-\ 1 Brine 

— .1 > \ .SEDAN 

• 1 I k* >1 ' i^RD 

.] 0> Ml COACH 

• — RirPEBAKER 



19»{l CO^fH 
IQOQ FORD 
J.l7»»<^ SEDA." 



M ^ N V 



,$:VJ5 

,$^.S5 

$:^95 

$47.5 
$515 
$095 
$745 



f.ir 

tlculars 10 Bo 



ni.''or ( 

1?T4. I r. ol' 



Oive par- 



S^F.r 'H H 



WINIKIW Kill mi PIC I I RKS 
OF REAL BUYS. INDEPENDENT IN- 
SURARCB AOBRCtBB. t/TD «0 PORT VT 



CLOSE IN SPHCIAL 

U 'ELL-PLANNED 8EVBN-ROOM RBBI- 
dence. consisting of llvlnc-room. din- 
ing-room, sunroom. kitchen and three bed- 
rooms. ' Open fireplace tan complete 
bathrooms, hot water hea'ine high cement 



•ANTED -PORD OR CHEVROLET 



■ ^ I basemerrt, tuba, carase Average 



w 

CUM on 1st 



n : urns 



USED CARS WANTED 

Hitbaat Cash Price* Paid for Good 
' UsM cart 



JONES BROS ' SBRVtCB BTATTON. LTD 
Comer Tatct aad Quadra Phone B 4031 



pay 

11.1 



rent? 
to 



Reduiod from 
walktna Distanco 



lot. Why 

12100 



five-room house, modern barn, reaspnabic 
resM^t lease. ttlT Wen Flfir-Plfth Aveasa. 
Vaocouvar. 



RBVBRCOMB MOIXJRS. 
IM. Tatat Btrtet 



LTD. 



CARS 

IMI DODOB DB LOXB 

SEDAN . . 

1«31 STUDFBAKBR SMALL "I 

.SEDAN aa. 

Kit MORRIS "I ' 

IMlft^Voi'tuirt ' 

SEDAN 

MM WIIJ,YS •■77" DE LUXE 

SEDAN 

Terms Arranted 
MASTERS MOTOR CO 



$445 

?(;9.5 

$475 



I 67 BO.ATS AM) L.MNCHtS 

ATTENnON FISHERMEN! -Englnea. all 
makea V-« < 36>. 31 Dodse. Chryfirr 
and twenty Stars Take )our chmre 
Caaieroo Bros,. 1141 craicfiower B «.M)* 

^iRUtSBR. . II FETT. BERTHS FTH R 



LTD 



■ mi 



Keriratb en- 



nUCKS AND LIGHT 
DEUVBRIBS 

IISI WItXTB H-TOM PAHB* 
1114 BHOLIBH POHD H-TOR PANBL 
Itll DODOB -TO W PAH HL 
mi a fo IH-TOR Wmi PLATmPM 
iODT AND CAB 
0g ITp- We W'lll Treat Yovi Right 



It FBI 

persona, ope rear old 
sine Bos 40311. Coloni't 

,-<VlNRUDE AND ELTO OUTBOARD Mo- 
tors, sood used motora Uusrsnteed 
repair service H Arlmer, III Vatea 

i» rr. LoNO, 

t ft beam strongly built. Cheap for 
caah Bog 3717. Cglonlst. 

.■'OR SAIJ! - INDIAN CANOE. 14-PT 
fho. e r 3433 Intflan Crafl B'lop 

REIT METAL, TANKS STACKS VFreTI- 
etc Sts l lal.sina m boat lori 
Coalef A Son 434 Kinsston 

~ CAM- 



on Trades and i err-^s 
nlUANCB SALBS, LTD. 



■im 




5%^ 

«• ORpaM HaiaaM-Ha 

RAW^Jg^^^ 



iir 

pK)R SALE— ROWBOAT. 
;ai 

1 

SPMUIs iMPBLLBRS MADE 
traa. pattera m akar, l ltt Craianower 

VVHBN BUILOINO A ^OAT BEB US POR 
It yMr flttlnea. BRI* Chandlort_ 'Me- 
ftpaittl Lid . 1314 Wharf Street. B 1111. 



N. O. DALBT a CO.. LTD. 
nt View Street Oppoaltc Spencer's 



CHOICE SUBURBAN RK.SIDINI E 
^nrUATE TTt 8AAWTC1I, ABOUT 3 < 
^ miles out. in a locality containini 
many fine l.onies thia stucco semi-bunaa- 
low Is offered Mam iliwr comprises larte 
llvlnx-rnom «ill) handsome fireplace, dln- 
ing-rooir. rablne*. kiKhen Willi tiled sink 
two bedroom^ iciosetsi and bathroom witn 
up-to-dste Cub and shower. Oak floors 
III hall, living and dtnlna-rooms. Upstairs 
are two more hc^roakis with rouched-ih 
plumbine for bathroom Concrete basement 
ccniams hot water furnace with oil burner, 
servants room, washroom and laundry 
tubs s feature of this propert- is a 
lovely garden Of thfeo^aarters a< re aitM 
rockeries, poalc thru ba tri. lawn^. per 
I ennlalA etc. 

Price . 

Let Us Show Vnu This 
THE ROYAL TRU.TI COMPAHT 
Real Batate Dept. 
INS Oottramtat Bt flHBM: IdlM. BUM 



CORPORATION OP THE TOWNIHIP 
OP ESQl'IMALT 

rpAX statcmci.ts have been mailed to all 
^ peraons whose names appear on the 
collectbr s ro.l of the corporation of the 
Toanship of ^.>q<ilmRlt Any person «ho 
has not received a statement should c<.>m- 
munlcaie at once with the underaigt ed 
In avoid tha PERCBNTAOE ADDITION 
'be current year a taxes, ail taxes Biut 
be rcrtd -net tettrr tltni Jafle 38. mw: 
,0 H. PULIJtN, 
. Collector, 



■BHDtX AIR-COOLED 
01 / ACD l-n P OUTBOARD MOTORB, 
Ml'i alto Inboard aiatorg. caawltta wHh 
Jart tasanrc tear. 



$7000 



vELL AND CONVEWTENTLT PLANNED 



ated on one of the ciose-ln boulevarded 
streeu. Thu home is In perfect condition 1 
the tarden la full of flowers. We value 
the propcrtr at U.IM. Price 
lacludlat Uaee 



$4200 



nil 



arcj^TD. 



LAND REGIkTRT ACT 
Serllaii l«a 

IN THE M4TTER ef l et 4 ef qerlleas K 
and C3. Victoria DIalrlrl. Plan ItM 

TtROOP harlna been filed in my office 
of the low of Certificate "f T'!' 
No (l(3«-I to the above-mentioned land 
In the name of Richard John Burt, and 
bearlnx date the 4th dar of October. 1111. 
I hereby tive notice of my intention, at the 
Mpiration of one calendar month from the 
ftrst publication hereof, to lasue to the 
said Richard John Burt a Provlalonal Cer- 
tificate of tndeteaslhia 'TiUa Mi Ma af. 
such loat certificate. . 

Jtny person having any Information with 
reference to such loat Certificate of Title 
la requested to communicate with the un- 
dersitned. 

Dated this IMh day of May. Ill*, at 
the Land Reklstry Office, Victeria. ■jTMali 

Columbia, 

R. J. CRANB. 

» RetlS'rar. 

J'iC'-v-.a Ta->« RegtstratlOB Diatrlct. 



SulMirban Hom« 

within IS minutes' drive of city, we 
have a lovelv 5-room modern buncalew 
Entrance hall, llving-room 10 x 14. herd- 
wood tieort. flrtplaee. large kitchen and 
attractive breakfast nook Basement, 
furnace and laundry tubs Large cedar- 
tmed. lighted cupboards In bedrooms. 
Wrll-kept hslf-acre of beaut fui »«rfi»r 
leans and oak trees. Si ' 
Peaches, grapes and all • > 

citr ntiit aad vatir. $3200 

Wanted In Oak 
Bay 



Se • e II 

.1,1 'rv 



or X room 



house. ] bathrooms 

I I r.oor only 



fiiLLESPiL MART k CO. 

ITD, 



«I1 POST ST. 



PHONE- O list 



OWNER 
0UT6R0WS 

—'ONE! 



and offers VII ' . ■ 
very sf ra. ■ ■ ' m -I'l. -n 

puncalow r .nve lata 
tad S»a. hi.' rio r V, fe- 
aalr 141'*^ Aril «' e 
a mnder .;'d ' s V o 
BOBie In same distiic 
radueed far aulafc aa>e 
to ILMt, 



KER and 

STEPHENSON tny 



lltl OOVEBNMCNT IT. 



G 4lt7 



COLES, HOWELL & 
COmLTP. 



OFFERS WANTED 
234 lATTLEFORD AVENUE 

A COMPOHTABU HVNOALOW-Fi e 
la igs iBw iig a n d — ti a s e iu s m, tar as i 

Small barn and chicken huuaes. five 
large lots In productive garden. All 
In A 1 condition and in full operation 
There Is a Jeraey cow and calf and 
aome Rhode Island chickens, and a 
quantity ef feed and implements. Ill 
health compel* the owner to sell 11 
o,i want a productive home with lot< 
f fruit and vecetablee. milk aad cess, 
dj not miss viewing this proi>erty. 

VIEW THIS ONE 

l«,Tt HOLLYWOOD t RESCFNT I i ii 
•-irupted view to Straits and Olympics. 
> seven-room h<>u«e with solid oak 
t Hirs and hot water furnace. A eound 
family hasta. at a treat reduction 

I- sclutttft 

stint 



$2860 



SEA AND MOUNTAIN VIEW 



RESIDENCE OF LU.HI LARtiE 

ROOMS, two bathroamt aad new alr- 

condltlonlng oll-bumlat furnsre About 
one arre commandint ttan 
oak Bay. Closing aa ttttto 
Fxciuatve listing 



$6500 



OAK frAY 

SI l)A\ll> MKEET — Eight rooms large 
' .iiroom, basement, furnace, garage, 
leautlful garden and shads trees In 
excellent condition As a family home 
or converted Into a duplex, this prop- 
erty la one of the few ajraUablc^ in 
this tine realdential area. 
Exclusive llstint 



■ TRIlSDIV in 

$4600 



FAIRFIELD 

g|A I.INniN AVEM E -Centre of be t 
residential district.. Pour-bedroom 
hou!e. larte llvlnt and dlnine-reoms 
reception hall. Basement, thermo- 
static automatic oil hurnei Bepara'e 
aarage Well-kept garden In.n -d a-. 
poaacatloB. Exclusive $8600 



GORGE 



COLQUITB AVENUE — A new 

stucco bunialow. Two bedrooms. Mod 
ern In everv detail Basement, fur 
nace, garage Extra large lot Adla 
cent land available if dealred. ITn 
obstructed views. Bsclatlva CAaSO 
Us'ing •fc^WW 



GOOD LAND 



Rl'SINBSS OPPORTUNITIEB 

HARDWARF-In a tOOd SUbirban Ir 

<a:it> I d turnover. Bnia.. s 

init ij ronretn H2000 

I «s'DV aptt l^LTV - Rest downtown 

. ' atlon n're liv^ijn n'liirters Sales 
V ^ 1 I f T' ■ .■ * »' 1 res and 

iii:,:n4io 

I RIX I HI AM) HAKIIHAHI Good 

' ^irtci Suit couple Who want addi- 

n to Income without a bic Inrest- 
Prire abnit HiriOO 

JaaesAafiriffitk 

Phone a ISM er O »IM 
Heal Estate aad laaeranee 
Ream Ml, Boverty Hotel BalMlas. 
m TATBB BTBBBT 



•aiBiO-Bi'va oi.s of th(L4fat-b5Jitt 

stucco bungalous m the (rorge district. 
Living-room, open fireplave. oak floors. 
1 large bedroom, bathroom allh thoaer 
Kilclirn and dinette Cement basement 
aitli fiKiiace snd tarate Standing on 
larte hisli lot, nicely treed The above 
1 • ' e ;s below cost 



H8041 Neat liille 4-roomed cottate. 
Rallirrvom Garage Standing on '« 
acre of good aoil planted In flowers and 
veteUhtos. Mount Tolmie dutrict. claat 
to bat aad tar. Law tamt, A taad kuy. 

BBH^ LAHCASTBH 
BROWR HHOI.. iTn 
til t Peoiberlaa HMt. Pbene E IIU 



SAANICH 



A good family t i i.r . ' -even rooms 
three bedroiuns and balliiooin upnaif 
1 vh.t r ( Ml diiiliig-roohi. drii and 
kilt hen <lc«n Basement alth lif t a.r 
furnace Separate garage Larte lot 
la garden and fruit trees Situated 
lust outalde city limits. Taxes only 
133. Priced to sell 
quickly St . 

MARA, BATE & CO.. Ltd. 



$8800 



040 PORT STREET 



PHONE E 7ltt 



REVENrE 

fme six-room bunaalow and one T,e.s 
f.ve room riufro buiiialoa On ev. . 
larce lot rinse 'n sea. View Ro- 
Rents »lll br.iii '""i per month Tases 
|(t per ahTiuin Wiih allnaaiuea for 
varanries and unaeeiv a return of 11 
per rent par annum Is as- CttAAA 
' urert Price, on leinis WwlpVW 
WISE a CO.. LTD.. IM Psmbertoa BIda. 



NEAR THE SEA 



Comfortable 4-reom bungalow Three- 

I :e, e ha'l.room. All in good rotidiiion 

H e ,, 1 

bargain 



$1200 

JOHN GREENW00D>I7(H1 



We have for sale :■ -.f i leces of land, 
ten acres each, down by the aea, fon- 
teen milea out la Saanlchi at 1500 ea 
This Is good alder bottom land in b>,-:> 
and traiE 



DOLES, HOWELL & 
CO.. LTOa 

tM mW BTBBBT PMR8 G IIU 



ATTRACTIVE OAK BAY 

— ^ — stucco: 

Jl St C O M PLBTB H— Plvf-»paclous 
kunny rooms. Hall, llvlng-room. open 
fireplace, dining-room Dui< i. ai'rhen. 
tiled sinx. c'loiers. etr i»o ivdrooms. 
large cloaels. three pieee Pembroke 
bath. Nice garden I.,ot f' "l Some 
fruit trees Price cut lor C47dl 
auiek sale from M IM to . #4 f WU 
VKTOBIA AVENUE— Plve roMW with 
halt l.rte llvlng-room dining-rfKim. 
'ibnet kltctien 'vo larte bedroom* 
three-piece bathroom with ahower. full 
cement baaement. laundry, furnace, 
tawdust burner tad tarate Large gar- 
den all plaatad. BwMlaUy CSaAfl 

priced far 4lalak MM VwVWW 

PiMtt t p •aaait ^Ig * ijl^'^ yg^ *' 

eTiTneatii 



tM TATB8 STREET 



BIMI 



SUBURBAN BARGAIN 

aix-room stuceC bunaalow with extra 
rooms finished in attic, hsrdwood 
floors granite fireplace exceptionally 

hitii rtrv remeiit basemen'. r 



rrv «ith tub' 



separate gar.s. 



ONE ACRE SLOPING LAND 

Expertly landscaped with ernamenial 
flower beds, shrubs fish ponds, etc. Nice 
open view- desirable surrnundlntsi low 
taxation. Thlf is a rsai home and 



usual value 



SwMertM A 



$3200 
COh United 



Rooming Hou$e 



f insa to Parliament B Hidings. I rooma. 

ol «tt'r heated, cetrtent begement. 
fKrage fruit trees This place It near' » 
( illv furnished and shojid 
money maker. Taxes 
reasonable.. PriM athed. 



$3000 



$2260 



TUIMB— Seven room sem|- 
butttalow. Just like new 
Inside and out. Nice garden, aarage. 
close bus and schools. Taxes oaly IM. 
This Is a choice properl» 



BIQtlMALT BARGAIN 

Pully furnished six-room bungslow In 
tOod condition Basement, furnace, 
nleo location Here Is a real snap and 
aan be handled with t4M and balance 
(ikareat. CI 1118 

Pull Price, Oalp •■•WW 



We Je OiLLiUIID A COt 

IMI BROAD ITREET PHONE O 1741 



TL.NDER.S FOR RAT 



PORD V-l SEDAN. IN 

rn idi'lon. I33!l E \*M 



■tute 



CrOOl) 




IQ-FT OPEN LAUNCH WITH «-H P, 4- 
pMll^Vlf*%HM 'S'lk?!* '***^ 



ftk.)-ik - COMFORTABLE » - ROOM 
^^aJU bunealow. new Duroid roof. 
alM palat, etc . outside and in Two bod- 
i open flre p iace in ii»ing-roaaii ce- 
"^■ttaiaii^''~ta^^c^ Ni 
Oaraar lot Box tiM. cotentst . 

,«Tl crn BUNGALOW. POTI- 



$1750 



^EALSO teadcrg wiil b4l' received br the 
^ : derfltned up tintn n««i frfi Mnh 

: IIV 1»4C. for the purchase and 
-en.ovji of the stsndlrjt hay at Elk Lake, 
A rertlfled deaoalt ChMU* taatl to I *0r 
cent of ti» amotint of tender made pay- 
able to the City Treasurer, must accom- 
pany each bid 
The hlthest or aay tender win net neces- 



ft B. MICHHLt. 
City ParchaMRf AsMt 

City HaU. Victoria. B,0. 

4 tm, — — - - 



RUSH SALE! 

OAK BAY 
BUNGALOW 



— t ep aeate 
- OOOH LOCAIIOHa 

OHLT $8760 ONLY 

BXCBPTIONAL TALUB 
Ha*-| May — toe Todap 

rtrlatlT* IJaSlat 

SMITiyiEALT^ 



SAANICH 
Watarfront Home 

Modem New Blueeo Homo~attrartive 
location on Portage Inlet Four bed- 
rooms, sunroom. oak floors Prenrh 
doors, nice llvlng-room. firepisre full 
baaement. tarMe. etc This Is a 
nice Home and worth inspection Terms 
About half oaMb halanM I3 oer ,ror.-h 

$4750 

latttrm. f oraia A Cui 



$3300 



COOR XTREET, Near Qaaden 

Aa^^m«i^^^^»' .^Maa^^A^MMI- &MiA ^^^M 

ment, fumaee, tarate '"$3000 

tORTH QI Al 

trounds All 
ror venleneea 

HIG H LOCATION. Clcce to eltr bound- 
Ja^reM-SMB-Spt' $2300 

Ha W. Milliar & Co. 

•OM tTHBBT '■ >'«--.< 



Near Parle 

Leveir laeatton an a eulet a>reet near 
park, beach and transportation Seven 
rooms. Including two bedrooms and 
bathroom on main floor i large living- 
rooma, oak floors, nai MMT HWI <oil> 
and of a«perlor e< 

auk well « '•^ 



$6600 



J. C. BRIDOMAN 

lAOTM iT. HMHB B 



Maynard & Soiis 

AUCT10NI.ER8 ' 

Inatrut ted by the oWHSfS, W« Will BfU 

it our Salesroom. 781-7SS JohllSSM 

TODAY, 1 ::iO 

ALMOS T NBW. WMS SI I Ff T 

FurnHure and Effects 

InrhirliiiR Vrrv Rood Nordhrlmer 
IMa\rr Piano. sl«> Plavrr Plaii'. in 
Circa.'^.'-iaii WHlnut, franir. t-wn \riv 
nice Che.strrflrlfl Siiltrs \'r- ".' a 
Chiming Hh,1 nr (irBiifllatt.' ' K. 
StfiEfr IMle Model Electric be\s ing 
Machlns. IfBUdor Blectiic Vacuum 
Sweeper. sevtrRl Upholstered sn4 
H/-ed Chain. aUnoat i^w Chester. 
' ' Id Bed, ©ivanette, 8«'rilonal Book. 
..sr Walnut ChuterMfJd Tables 
„i.(l Ki 'I Tiibl'" large Mirrors. Li- 
brary l ahlPA. vciv nlcr CarpetA and 
RuRs. Dark Oak I)lninR-R/vim .Sulir, 
'••rral rxtia Biiffe-t.s aiifl Diniin 
.bles. Breakfast S^'ts, almr>At n»-w 
A'alnut Bedr^mrn Siilty with KprUiit- 
niled Mattre.vs. lht .Si.-ninon.*; U'"lli^ 
very good Oak, Mahogany and WaU 
nut Drauers. Chest of Drawers. 
Dropr^Leaf Tablss. Bedroom Chalrt 
and Rockers. Bodu RtMl Pictures, 
Elertrlr Vacuum Sweepers, THlJtB. 
Brlrlijr and Floor Lampx. Ortho- 
phonif (iramophone aliiiosf iirw 
All -Enam«>l Ranee with Sllcn' ((lot* 
f)il Burner. All-Eiiamel Electric 
Hai [?' 1 r;ui'.it-'rvi)e Hiilld*r> lyvei. 
;.l'.<i I.a'hr with Electric Mntor, )OT9 
Kvmiudr 'Ranger' r h j) Out- 
l)oard Motor. 2-h p, ^^^Kl!^^n Evm- 
lude Motor with Shaft and Propel- 
ler. \>b,p. Air -Cooled Motor ithess 
Motonk.4WB-«ll-JB..jjM)d candiUon)4i 
very good OcnerBl Bectrlc Refrtger- 
at/>r with Monitor lop. Garden 
Hammock with Canopy, two good 
\cf Refri«cr«U.rK Etc.. large 3 - 
sortmnif of Kif'henwarr, ni'he^, 
Orr.wMi' Ills, Cari)eii'»-i ,n.'' i''.i"l''i 
Toola, Lawn M«weri, Ho.*, Batn. 
Hcreen Doors, Wardrobe snd oUMT 
Triink,s, Etc 

WATC H rOE FKIDArS %l 

mjR Moamms imSTiT itiii 

Will Include Milking Ooat, Powltrf, 
nice lot New Hampahlr* PuUetg, 
Vegctabl»«, DOSn, 

board Etc 



IN OAK BAY 

OrBBLOOKIHO WATBHrBONT 
Five -room stuore buntalew. traalte 




llHalii 



BMII 



MMTT BAVB flMB 

The captain of the local fire brl» 
gade entered the Pig and Whl/.tlB 
and ordered a half-pli/ ^'*r ThB 
Tkndlldv lobWd sCTOtt InsBtMUflk- 
ment. \'n »h« had ntTgf kBMni Mn 
ord*r leiut than a pint, — 

Doubting whether Hm IumI heard 
Brigbt #ie aatd. Did fM Ji^aill * 
pint, capuin'''' 

"Why. yet" replied the fireman. 
"I know It « unaA ia. h i» I haven't 

tlHM for B pint. I B on my «»]M«- 
a 






THE DAILY C(^LONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., WEPXESDAY, JUl^E 5> 1^ 




miUK WIN 

Stevptlores Beat Brundson's, 
— 3-- 1— Lumbermen Blank 
Garrison, 10-0 



Victoria Longshoremen and Cam- 
eron Lumber, flrtt and second -berth 
. Bines, reipectively, In the senior "A 
^tlon of the Lower Lslaiid Softball 
Aaaoclalion, wer«» pai-sciiRPis in the 
Winning van la.si niglil Playing at 
nofil Athletic Par|(. atevedorei 
turned back Bnindaon's Veterans. 

3-1 whllr at VirUoria W<'t Parle 
lumbermen blanlied ihe Oarn-son, 
lO-O. 

Ralph Bonner, eouthpaw huHcr 
from the freight Jugglers' camp, 
pitched a <me-hltter at the Calr- 
donia Avenue ball lot. and with 
prniy r .' upport would have been 
credited with a ahutout. Tommy 
O'ODnnctl, l^rt^lder.^crMbed out 
the only base hit from Bonner's 
offerings, a .single in the second 
Stanza. 

Alf Bridger, speedbail twlrler, 
worked on the slsb for Brundson's 
iofihallfrs, and turned In another 
fofxl j)< i lorinance. He let the lotig- 
•horemen down with five wldely- 
sc«ttered blnglea. and would have 
been closer with better support. 

Bridger wa.s wild at tliiir.^. ^nd .so 
was Bonner. The former fanned 
nine and the latter lour. Stevedores 
pulled out of a bad hole in the sev- 
enth, and twice escaped being i^cored 
against by .smart double plav.^ 

score by Innings: R. H. E 

Longshoremen. 100 001 010— 3 6 2 
Brundson's . oiooooooo i i 3 
Bonner and Berry; 



be remembered and may later en be 

responsible for a pniallzation that 
wil! be very diMurbiiig Uj the guUty 
s peace of mind or jxKket- 
book. U wlU be a grave mistake to 
•tAmpt to become undiily familiar 
with anyone todav so refrain from 
any action that mignl be cunMdered 
disrespectful or tog informal. Mar- 
ried and engaged oouples, as well as 
sweethearte. must not go ^on the 
theory timi "it Is a double pleasure 
toilecetTe the deceiver, ' for there is 
very eeldom a good excuse for any- 
one resorting to deception. ' 

Jf a woman and June t Is your 
birthday, intuition may lead to your 
summing wh at ot her people's ac- 
tions win be under condlttotn that 
are of vital interest to yotj. You 
will seldom be caught napping when 
it is your interest to be wide awalce. 
Whenever you enter into a cycle of 
proeperity keep a level t^mii spend 
Judiciously, and make it a point to 
put a.slde something Just in casf 
there should come a rainy day An 
extremely active imagination may. 



m\m AFTER ^ 



mMmim 



Continued from Page 1 

line portefkT W Hx ff ' MMMUt 

Central Franre, ob.ser\'er.s believe 

His victory in Flanders complete. 
Hitler now command* tlie Frencli 



tur 



called France had informed Italy 



Batteries 
Bridger and Caddell. 

LUBIBBRMEN TBIUMPR 

"Rosy" McLellan, Manager Jack 

Pa.'^coes are hurler. silenced the 
"big guns' of the Oarrlson soft- 
ballers laet night at Vleterta Weat 
Park, pitching his 'lubmate.^ to a 
1 0 »0 shut o ut i n a M ' Ji nr ball game. 

McLellan .showed i^onie of the fine 
polnu that featured his work with 
the limibermen t few seasons ago 

and had the soldiers litfmllv eat- 
ing out of hU hand Ht& clubmates 
played smart ball behind him and 
never once gave him any cause for 
worry. Score by Innings; 

Camerons 320 200 wn - 10 

Garrison 000 000 000— 0 

. Batteries— McLellan and MUllken: 
Buddell, McCorkall and Oodsmaric. 

Scores of "D"' Section gamrs fol- 
low 

Dust:jr s Aces 17, Esquimau A.A. 0. 
Chinese R.q. \3. 13th Field Am- 
bulance 1. 



Radio Prai;rammes 



eumniirT ot nrhfduit ol Victor]* Md 
Othtr Ptctfic Coiat SUtlon* 



11 



Mr. Wrdi A. Wtkt (KOMO. 
netf Ntebol's Orehettrs iKUlO). 
rultw Uvl*. Jr. (KOL). 
6ti«SL Stm (CJOK). 



9tAK Jm AncMau'i Bind 'CBR). 

•*•-» Bob Oarrrd Reporting "KIRO". 



Lost Empire iKOI.' 



9*57 <CBR). 

10 :00 :^,W7'- " ' " " 

N»»i ri»-he» iKfTMOV 

Lufl Glinkin < nrrhe-ir* (KIRO). 

' BloMom 1 im# iKOLl. 

■•ndr dt a«nut' OrcMtlra (CJOII). 



-N»w« tCBRl. 
(I«nvn Protrtmm* (KOlfO). 
N»»t RTnidup (KIRO). 



al^ times, cause you to-beoqme un- 
duly apprehensive over fears of 
your own (reatmg As a teacher 
artist, busmes.s manager, actrcR.s, 
lecturer. demonstrator or radio 
commentator, your popularity may 
lead to,vour beromlnc financially 
independent If you give more 
thought to your husband than you 
do to clothes and social (tctivitles 
your marriage ought to be a very 
happy one. ! 

The child born on June 5 lias the 
happy faculty, as a rule, of looking 
on the bright side of things. Born 
optimi.stf5. through being sustained 
by hope, fliscfuaaKement can never 
tliwart their ambition.s, .so success" 
usually crown s their efforts. 



If a msn and June 5 Is your natal 
day, you ought to have a decidedly 
inventive mind, and a fli«ht of 
fancy that may lead to your nutking 
a lot of money. Through medicine, 
engineering, chemLstry, dentistry, 
selling, manufacturing. banking 
promoting, horticulture, agriculture 
teaching, acting, singing, 6r m 
some executive capacity, you may 
find your path in life leads ultimate- 
ly ihi-ougli a bed of rmfr. 

(RtlMMd br Th« Brii Svndimtt. Inc.) 



from Dunkerque to the fiomme 
Estuary on the south, all of The 
Netherlanda atttf Belgium on the 

north. 

The French War Ministry an- 
nounced rrw ficure.s placing the 
dead in Monday :s air raid on the 
Frenoh capital area at IM civilians 
and fllty-nine s o ldi er s , 

The wounded included 54S clvillaas 
and 107 .soldi. 

MAKE KETALIATION 
The mmiiiry announced French 
planes had bombed au-ports and in- 
duatrial regions around Munich and 
Frankfort simultaneously with BrU- 
Lsh raids on railroad .station.s. oil 
refineries and other mdu-stnal ob- 
jectives in the rich Ruhr region. 

Additional bombing.s were executed 
against German troop conoehtra- 
:jtion.s and armored columns nortii 
of the Somnie front, and numerous 
scouting flights were made both in 
Germany and north of the front. 

Supplementing the French an- 
nouncement, tiie Hnti.sh reported 
German air b^ea also were attacked 
in Northwest Germany and Holland. 

After .sma.sliing a* T c H ivre In 
two night and das ,r ,1 k. a new 
wave of German ixuKwn roared 
into France acroti^ tlie Rliine lor 
another foray against th^ Rhone 
Vallev Still a third group of Ger- 
man Mouters approached Paris, but 
were driven off. 

A recapitulation raised ,the num- 
ber of German ralderS downed 
around Paris from the prrvioiL-ly | 
reported seventeen to twenty-five I 
The French said their Iofacs were 
only about fifteen planes wrecked on ] 
the ground. in.stead of Die ' hun 
dreds" claimed by the Germans. 
RESCUE COMPLETED 
iDe Adhilrally announced the lasl 



I.O.D.E. Activities 



Gonules Chapter 

Gonzales Chapter met yesterday 
at headquarters. Mrs. Walter C. 

Nichol. the regent, in the chauv 
According to the report of the war 
servk» convener, the following 
articles, valued st $72. had been 
handed to Municipal Chapter: 
TVcnty-elght pairs of sock., five 
sweaters, seven scax'ves, eight pairs 
of wristlets, five pairs of miits, 
twenty-two cloth hrlmeLs. and one 
pau" of gloves. Wool wa.s bought for 
eight sleeveless sweatens. Three 
pairs of sheets were donated to the 
17th searchlight Battery, Black 
Rock Fort. Esquimau and two 
donations of $10 each were received 
from Individual members of the 
chapter. The sum of tlO wAs voted 
to the Salvation Army War Service 
campaign fund and $5 for the up- 
keep of s<ridiers' graves. .Further 
plans for the garden fete at the 
home of the regent. Mrs. Mtchol. on 
July 17, were dlscifssed. 



10 



•>i| P M — Jm R»lchm*n I OrchMtra 
•*J^f .cBB. KOIIO>. 
r>*nr» Orrhrstra (KJR). 

Nr«s (Cjon). 



"I i k . jrt US Dinct OrchMlr* (KJR<. 
X\t.-*0 luijrthm and Rcnaiicb (KtROi 
Mctedr In the Riiht (CJOR) 



ll:00r." 



— (>»rv Not I : ri« h«m'» 
chrntra (CBR. KOMC). 
ThU MeviM Warld <KJR). 
Rsy rMtKi Orchritra (KmO). 

JiMMf jev'i offhMtr* rirocr 

RtUi Mweap i Orchri>tra (CJOR). 



Or- 



KINSMEN BOYS TO 
FLA Y DURIN G TEA 

Members of the Victoria Kinsmen 

Club Bo'.s' ftand wil! meet at Fort 
and Mocs Streets at 3 4') odock thi.s 
afternoon ahd proceed to ' Pent re- 
lew" on Fort Street to play at an 
I.O.D.E. garden party. 



of the Allied naval and army units 
left Dunkerque after completing its 
rescue of .more than 335.000 British, 

Fiench and nel;;uin troniif. 

In one la£t defiant stand, the 
withdrawing forces destrojred all 
supplies in the port and rendered 
its harbor "completely uniusable ' 

Ttxt French acknowledged loss of 
seven of their destroyers and a 1 
•supply ship in the rescue operations. 

The French, meanwhile, c-ounted 
the United SUte.s on the Allied side 
at least as a "non-belligerent" giv- 
ing material kid to balance the ex- 
pected entry of Italy into the war 
on the Oerir.aii idr 

The newspaper Le Temps in an 
editorial, headed "Aid From Amer-» 
ira. " .said 'already non-belligerence 
ha.^ repiatrii the policy of Lolafion " 

R'roNiitiin; the effect of tlie cier- 
man offensive on the Western 
Front and widespread air raids 
again.': Fr.c.re. Le To: ,. ,,:d: 

RECOGNIZE GRAVITY 
"The Americans luive fully recog- 
nized the gravity of the peril thftt 
a German victory would constitute 
for them, in reality, it wouM lead 
them .sooner or later to the lo'.s of 
all political independence and to the 
obligation to' renounce the demo- 
cratic institutions which have made 
the grandeur of America, and to the 
loss of nil economic indeix-ndetur ' 
Premier Paul Reynaud declared 
today that if Italy enters the war, 
.'he will do .so .^olrlv for the ptirpc.se 
of waging war and not beiau.se .she 
could have had peace. 

Speaking before the Senate for- 
I eign affairs committee, the Premiec 



th before and since last Sep- 
tember of her readiness to negotiate 
for peaceful settlement of ouisiand- 
Ing ibsue^. Ret ent hYem h oveftures 
to Italy have gone unanswered. 
FRENCH COMMUNIQUE 
TOh'Klit Frencn tommunique: 
"Embarkation of troops who fell 
back on Dunkerque was completed 
today in conformity with estebUshed 
plans. 

' To the la.st inoincn'. in the sub- 
urbs first, and then in the eity It&ell, 
from hQuse io hpuae^ the heroic 
resistance of our rMTIuaRl was 

executed. 

The enemy, constantly reinforced, 
incessantly tightened its ring ai^d 
met counter-attacks. ' " 

"The list embarkations took place 
imdcr the lire of German maclunc 
guns. 

"This Implacable defence and the 
success of so vast and difflcult an 
operation conducted under the 
orders ol Admiral "Jean" Abria] and 
General Fagalde will have certain 
influence on |he developne&t of the 
struggle. ^ 

"Our soldiers who are turnme 
from the north and whose energy 
remains Intact are ready ?or new 
battles. 

INIIMAIE CULLABUKAIION 
"Dui-ing th« embarkqiient opeVa-. 
tions there was evident an ex- 
ceptionally intimate collaboration 
among our laiKl .sea and air forces, 
izr which the British Army, Navy 
and Air Force brought Invaluable 
tts.si.stance. 

"Admiral Abriah declared the work 
accomplished by the British, was 
magnificent. 

"The enemy had hoped by. his 
enveloping m.Tna-uvrc to obtain the 
capitulation ol the FYench and 
British forces he had surrounded 
They escaped his closing-in, thanks 
to their indomitable energy. 

"Fighting occurred thi.s morning 
on tlie Lower Somme. We took 
some prisoners. 

<;reat a(tivitv 
"TJiere was great activity by our 
reconnaissance planes • along the 

whole front. On the night of June 
9-4 bomblmr nprratlons were di- 
rected a; ..;:)..(., and Industrial 
establUkhments 14; the immediate 
environs of Munich and Frankfurt. 
All our planes returned. 

"Parallel with this action the 
British Air Force attacked the Ruhr 
in large formations. Industrial ob- 
jectives, railway stations and refin- 
eries were hit . 

Losses suffered by the enemy air 
force during the expedition yester- 
day over the Parisian region reached 
a minimum of twenty-five In addi- 
tion, several bombers, badly hit were 
seen in difficulties on their return 
flight to their lines " 

SAYS HITLER 
AfTEH NAVY 

Continued from Page 1 
I time Is everything In war," an.i 
I means to get control of the Brituh 
I and French fleet.s and naval ba.^e* 
thi.s vear if he can. 

For that reason he said "the tre- 
mendotw decisions which would 
present theniselve.-. both to you and 
to us " if Hitler's attack on Britahi 
were to begin to succeed will not 
be next year, or five or ten years 
hence They would be more llkelv 
to come uppn US this SummoT o 
Autumn. , ' 

In the long run. Hitlerism cannot 
win. .said Lord I.othian. provided I 
there are enough people to re.«Lst it ' 
"Tlie brute .savagery of the National 
Socialist movement wUl destroy < 
Itself." 



Oddments 



On Sale This 
Morning! 



CLLAKANCK OF WOMEN'S AND MISSKS' 

CHIFFON SILK HOSIERY 

Regular $1.15. On Sal* This Morninf, 7Q#« 

a Pair I 5#U 

Several broken lines of 3 and 4-tliread Cliirtoii ^ll^ 
Hosiexy. Pirrfect and substandard quality. Cooi! 
choice of colors. .^lost sizes. • 



Gearance of Women's and Misses' 

CELOTEX JACKETS 



Smart little jackci> (o wcarwijer ."Muiimer 
Fink, white, blue and sand. Regular $2.'>5. 



tr.'i ks. 
lor 



$1.98 



I 



SHORTS 



Odd Linei. Regular Values to 
%\.2i.\0n Sale, a Pair .....! 



49c 



Shop early ^r your size. 



— aporttwcsr, lit^ Floor 



Special! Cotton Striped Tweed 

^ — B8c 



"' 54 Inches Wide. 
A Yard 

\'ery attractive tweeif in i 
stripe, ideal for slacks or 



I nil grey shade with narrow while 
i>uiiniicr suits. _ 

—Wool Fabrics. Mcin-noor 



2 DOZEN KNITTING BAGS 

69c 



Special, 
Each 



\ttraiii\e striped tiiieit in several color 
<lonic fastening and rubberize jTIii'H'P- 
at this price. — 



>i iicMies \\ itli t « ( 
bis uioriiiiig oiib 



S PE C IAL f OR GIRLS 

TURKISH TOWELING BATHROBES 

ValuM to 12.98, 

for...... „ 

a few niade< 



$1.00 



Vice robes fr^r beach or geiier.il Snnimer wear. \ho 
troni printed .«.ilk pique. Size* lu, iJ ami .14 of\ly. 

— Chlklrra't Wrtr 



lit Floor 



HEUEVE IT OR ISOT 



, By Ripley 



U.f K F.M.-Hai:kM Mmi ra«i ear* 
••f** ton (KJR». 

n.OA F.M.— R»v»rl« (CBR). 
Rob BrUMVt oreh. (KOMO). 
Minnr atrRtid • Or«hMtr« (KHIOI. 
FlivbA^I (KOL) 

RHilt Child ! Orchtttra (CIOM). 
JJ.^ F.M.-N»wt .KOt). 

1 

H;57 '•** "-"^» (cam). 



CFCT. VIrlcrU, a.C. <I«.1« Kert.> 

I on « ni Yun i\ Put rnl 

II 1 N n in nrrakrn!^* N*«« 

• 10 k.m. — MuUral Clirinr.mr'fr. 

■ :M Morniitf cuvi . 

t M • m.— Flpanrlal pu«ii»« 
S 4^ ■ m TrMliit r Dnnr* Bane, 
in 00 • ni -Morniiin Mnnllof. 
in 10 • m - M'lrxlv Ijiiir 

10 10 ■ m - f >i»t>ir'"n 

' 11 00 • m —Pnwf rrom Rlinwi 

11 10 • m - MuKlrrrir.r. 
12:00 noon- Conrfrt Timf. 
11 10 p m -~Mtdd*r Nrwv 

*1J M p.m — World Bookir.tn. 
— I 00 p.m — Neondky FrMir*. 
J on p 11 ronrfrt Hour 
S nn r n' Mu.'irnl Odditis 
S 30 p m - Slioi-In Procrimmr. 
1:4} p.m.— JUiTlhm Rukrt. 
4 no p m — FM»ndly Hour. 

4 10 p m Tr«tlir.r Tiin»l. 

5 00 p m Mnnitnr Cornmtnt. 

6 10 p.m. — 01d-Tim» Frolle. 

• :4« Radio Blrthdif Farle. 

• SO p.m.— N««rt Sammary 

• ,4S pm.— Your Varitlon Protramme. 
1 10 p.m.— Makr-Rrlifvr Ballroom 

t 00 p.m — Candlflltht Clanalci 



What Today Mean 



r 



"OEMINI" 
If Jiirw b Is yo«ir blr(h4lay. tint 
best hours for you on thl-i date lire 
from 10 Rjn. until 13 noon; from i 
to 4 p.m. end from I to !• p.m. ffir ' 
danger period.^ «re from H to 10 
a m ; from 8 to 8 p m , «xid from 10 
pm utitll midnight. 

The love for pleafuie may be a 
duruptive force 10 W tuftrded 
•gBlnJtt fodiiy. If "ftir ^'H' »ni«n 
voice" of comclence is not to pro\r 
boUienome." Time mtwt be reck- 
oned vlth today, eepectally in 
ing eoelBl aad 
„ment« Individual rlghU will be 
gealoualy aafeffUBrded today, eo It 
WO be wiae aM te.aUempt to intef> 
fere with aiiyaftee. tmooth- 
tongued. perwBtlveneei will get 
many » person into trouble, so turn 
to glibly mede augges- 
jtmr toad Judgment 





End-of-Season Cleaiance of Top-Size 

GLADIOLUS BULBS 



A Doitn. 



20 



In this special selection pf ( ilailK'hi'- r.iilhs arc 
\\ rll-knou n ^ aricti^^. \II lolni '- .-in'l all tn]p--i,'e. 
'icrt's a chance tc lay in a st"tk oi liiic-t i|iiali- 

■ 'e*. - H»rdw»r» I^*»r Mam Flnxr 



GLASSWARE SPECIALS 

6 



COBLKTS— Low ktemmed xvine u^»*ie% in nicri 
rut patterns. Special 

I,.\RGE GLASS R1..\.\11:RS WITH JL'G— 
Special 



SHERBETS \VH H >!ATCHING PLATHS- j 

Dainty ribbcci glaaa. Special. . ' 

— (^Inawtrt. Lever Main Floor 



or 



98c 
19e 
69c 



For Claarance Tlniv Morning 
ALUMINUM AND ENAMELLED 

KITCHENWARE 



■lu 



'I'hr .T- ^(irliiirnt iticlii'W 

Kb. I ri.i:^. ki').\sti:k^. 
i.i". uoii. r.RS. i;kb'..\i' 



litl\- .flaiiiaperl 

Doll 
I50XKS. etc. 

SOME AT HALF PRICE> AND 
E\'ef V Article a Baicain 

0 ( ~ 



LESS 



— Hardware. Low»r l^ain Floor 



Theatrical Cold and Clnn<^inq Crr.im 

50c 




" HALF-DAY SAL.E 

Staple Oddments 

»light1y Soiled Or Substandlf 
• No Phone Orders, Please 

vs t'.Ki V 1 L.\.\vi:i.r. 1 1 1 sii 

^M.i'l ,M.c aiul w car-re^i^ting (ju.ility. 
lorcil Imrders.. Sue 04. x 80 ituiics." 
'l >a ir ; 

IJ UM.V. I KAllll.R Hi-.H ri-kU.^W.s_s. 
; illows well iilicil and covered hi »trong floral 
iickiiiB. Good si/e. Kadi '. 

IJ ' • : 1 ' ■ i i ■ '\ 1 ; r 

>w\i:i -..ictr. ll.at will ii)\C CXvClltlU »erVICC 

i7e X yV inches. A pair 

i4 1 1\ i.v. I \r.!.i \( ill I) rii.i.ow 
MA 1 Lii .\Hu\ 1, Mii:i: r.>— 

A pair ..••-•••v >. • -. 

]A oxr.v. foi.oKi.D siKii't: 

r. l .lJ.'^l'KI .M)S -l or lioni'e <.r lajni. 
^e "0 X i^'.i iiu lies. I'.acli . 

w iiitT: t ()1 j:on"^ \i.\m.; 

IMttcni and «oli>rcd liordcr*. ^\/f 
•nohes. l.acli 

MltROllVl'Rl D 

e 34 x iiii lies 

N'.^illar 

'11 tale, a- 

Mi^v i.iNi:\' rr.nriis 

otlis ill cream hharle witli 
liecked centre and borders. 

\( .l.KM ( ( .I.ORKO STRUM 
.\ Miurt rlteiie 



jOgn l y - SHO RT RUfFl ED CUR TAiKS 

A Tair, 50c^ ^ 



Curtains o.f Short Lcngthi of Better Grade M«rquiiettea. Moat 
Colort Are Represented t 1 Yard to Yards Long. 



sill >FM' 
^ 1 I 'i"l.' S 
t.t .V>c a yard 

Special this morning, a yard 



I NDS OK CI;RIAI.\ NKTS AND, .MARQl j. 
A clean up of short lengths to five yards long. V.il ir» 

19c 

- r»r«nfry. Jnd Floor 



FELT BASE RUGS 

Discontinued Designs at Clean-Up Ptkcs 



(■\\\\ , s\/e bit. X It. 
?)tily, «ize 7- ft. ft in. 



RrK .Sd. Llcan-up jn H.C. cai li 93.05 
X 0 ft, Recnlar $6.50, Clean up pri. e 

• IT.-. 

I' Clraii-iip price, eacii . a"».i»»"i 
Regular $8.50. Clean-up pn. e 



1 . ily. M/e n ft, X 9 ft, Uca ^7 
I - ly, si/e 9 ft. X 10 ft. 6 in. 

rAl. h ^ ; . • 

J only, si/e 9 ft x IJ ft. Reir. J') .'() fjeaii np pri. r. r a( I 



»7.r.o 



.1 ONLY. JASI'E i.NUAM) HLt..s- 
SliRhtly !«lock damaged. Si/e 6 x 9 ff. 
each, $0..^0.* Clean i p price...... 



•1 >iM Olllltuir 

ReKiilai', 



$b.9 



MEN'S FELT HATS 

Regular $3.50. Bioken Lines 
to Cltar, Each. ' 

Several styles and shades, hut not all head sizes. 

I'a >s«a. Main 



$1^ 



rioM 




BAKERY SPECIALS 

Bit; Slab Cake Special— Half Day, Only! 

■ M .'-I.ili t'.iKe. wliolf f,,r „,.^„„.,.. 

" rint. alx'iit 4'.. lliv. |,,r. .%."»r 

F"iic;li^li r'uni'l. wlmlc ^la^i fr.r <>7r 

I'liieapjile J riiit, per slai) '. 81>f* 



>C\]< 



:o Oz Jars 

Special 



In rn\r Toiletries Scption. 

.M,n!i I'Moor, 



wuMj MU' »» ai»" » I ' ' » ' "" I ■ " ■ " "" " " ' ' — " • ' 

■WV/ipiiiENCER 

----Jiir 



1i li fl'm-i*^ H i 



TWO PROMOTED 
TO W UER£ 



Continued from Pare 1 

slstant quartermaster-^oneta: of the 
ordnarKC on the same staff, become.^ 
deputy quarterniaater-general with 
the rank of brigadier. 
Major M. «.-«r*enhale. of Ot- 



tawa, deputy assistant adjutant - 
general at London headquarters, be- 
comes aasistant adJuUnt - general 
with the rank of lleutenant-crtlonel 
Lieut -Col .N B .MacDonald Ot- 
tawa senior supply and transport 
officei' at London headquarters. Ijs 
appointed aaelstjant quartermaster- 
general. 

Major E. A. AnRlin. of Ottawa, 
deputy assistant adjutant-general 
for Military District No^3. Kingston 
Is Rp;viint'<rl to the samc post in the 



branch of 'he adj'itari 
Ottawa 

Major C. 
Ottawa as 



i.-tkes Lieut -Col. H R. W. Allan 

dM^utv asKi.stant quartcnnaatcr-ten< 

L. Laurin also comes to.cral for the dl strtct. . 

dej^tV assistant, adju- | " — — ■ ' ■ ' 



He formcrlv wa.^ dr.- 
ofUcer. M D .s'o 4. 



tant-Rcncral. 
trict lecf.vd 
Montrea) 

Major T. A H. Taylor, of Victoria, 
is appointed deputy assistant adju- 
tant-general at M.D. No 11. Vic- 
toria. Until now he was recruiting 
officer for that district. 
Another appointment at Victoria 



\n\\< () ( IVY. June .^ ./t- Ti,' 
N.1 . . l>epartmcnt announced toda.v 
a had redoubled ita watch along the 
Meylf Hii ron.'tv fo enforce 'Mexlcoa 
nei|tr;i!r, " 'ITie department said 
i: inboatn and roast guard 
cutters now are on patrol duty in 
the oulf of Mexloo and tha Padfie 
Ocean. 



FRANK 

Ark.. 

IS ENROLLED M 3 DIFFERENT COLLEGES 

M AODmoN 10 CMWMG ON MS punes 

HCNWIX 

HERE LIE5 THC DOPror 11 ZZIC FILLER 

Ff^MLm mn m phlom 

5ME ct o nrnff"/Mi( I rR'5 wirr 

/SHD RAI5CP T\iL PCVlj^ AI.I. M£R l.»rt 



Tombstone in Aicufxina.vii. 




EXPLANATION FOR YESTERDAYS RIPLEY CARTOON 
Sinfinr Sanda— The Singing Sandhill of Reg Ruwan. about forty miles noith of Kabul, is about 400 feet 
hi«h When the sand Is set in motion, a sound lA emitted llk» thai of druni.s and now flutes There Is an 
echo neartjy and the '*Hii¥'ffinte beUere that tbe mualc of the hill U made by a saint burled in it. who wor- 
ships Ood la lUa 

Tatt Okm, li.¥. 



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for these maRnificent Scenic View* of the Weat 
—in full natural -color. Start your collection 
now. Thay'ra olhrad to maka you better 
acquainted with the W^st arvl with Stand- 
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