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WEATHCB rOBECAST 



VlcUxte a nd Vic inity— Fresh to strong 
J0Utt>lfWtw1y~lBa i: pwtly etoudy. and 
cUfhtly cooler; probably light Ahowcr at nl«hW 
Vanoouver and Vldnlty— Peeih weaterly 

wlndi; partly cloudy; becoming cooler at 
ntghr., fitly piobabiy a llglU ahowcr. 





COLONIST TtLtPHONtS 



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Social Editor L nipiro 3JU 




NO. 213— EIGHTIETH YEAK 



VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 1938 



HARMD nPEDITION 
FINDS GREAT GLACIER 
AREAS IN FAR NORTH 



Report Field LargcHl in World Outside of Polar 
Photographic Records Are Obtained 

BrtilfoH Washburn. »»iid»T of lh» H»rv«rd Univ»rs;iy-Niitlf)ntl ' Cl»oiirH|.hie 
Exp*'<11tl'>n 'o il»cirr CflrtJ of ihr Hf Eliss Raiiir. »roi» Of lh» fxf.fdi- 
lion • irrporlant dUrovtnes todav. W»5hburn, l»»nt>-B»-v»n. Ij »n in»tr jclor in 

f»otrtphy at H>fY »ra. , — ■ 

By BRADhrjRU WASHBURN 

CORDOVA, Alaska, Aug. 20 (/P).— The National Geogra- 
phic-Harvard University expedition today discovered 
without question the largest glacier system in the world 




NEW FERRV 
IS ORDERED 



$120,000 on Ferry 
Replacements 



question 
outside the Polar icecaps. 

We landed at Cordova this af'^r- | - 
noon aftPr a flight do\*n th^ bark- 
bone of the St. Ella*' Range. The 
purpose of the flight wa5 to diwover 
the Bource of the huge Bering 
Olncler. which flows almost to the 
tea, 100 miles west of Mount St 
Ella«. 

KXPLORES AREA 
Last week, with PUoi Bob Reeve. I . 

4^"imm;fr,'.';U''i'^";;;B.C. Government to Spend 

be an enormous glacier connecting 
Bering Olaclcr with Hubbard and 
Malaaplna Olacicrf , already the two 
largest in the world outside of i 
Arctic .reglona.. i Coinciding with plan.s for a party t 

Today'* flight, during which we convention at Kelowna this werk. j 
flew completely around Mount|(|^^ Provincial c;f>\.MiuiiPiit an- 
Logan and Moimt St. Ellas, the I pounced yr.st^rdav award <'f con- 
aerond and third hlghe.st pealts In tract.s for the construct Km nl a new 
North Amerlra, definitely proved j .supi ferryboat lor Kri-iAti,.- 
Berlng. Seward and ,Mala.splnaUv,j,tbank service, with improved 
Olnriof.s ^are connected by a huge | tjo^vj^^ ^ ^j^i (.^.s? of $120,000 
rlvrr of Ire. i Hon F. M MacPhersou announced 

ThLs vn/t ma'.', of Riacier ice L*. award of contract for const nic- ' 
from 9.000 to 7.000 feet high and i.s ti<,n all-.sfer| hull. 140 ifet 

more than 100 miles long. It ts i^ng. with a thirty-car capacity, to 
completely hidden from view behind the W^-tcrn Bridge ('(.nip,.!!. , Ltd 
the coastal mountain ranges, [of Vancouver, for it.s bul oi $8;t..^;j:!, i 

Othem pn the expedli on fllKh' and of the contract for the vcs.s<'l .s | 
were Dr. O. D. Hanna. geolngi-st with 
the California Arademy of Science, 
Pan Franci.srn; (iarrett Eddy, Se- 
attle, and Pilot Harold Olllam. 
PHOTOnRAPIIIC RECORD 




GREAT POWERS WATCH EEE0RT8 
OE SINGLE BRITISH MEDIATOR 



i.vntvnnr'nm itf tlir 
b r iisv r Hivvr Is 
Caufiht at Last 



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Canada's New "Storehouse" at Ottawa, Now Holds a Prince's Ransom in Reserve Funds, Which Recently 
Was Transferred From the East Block, Parliamtnt Buildings, a Few Blocks Away. 

Taking More VavorahXe 
View o/ ^.C-^a^a Road 
^ince Visit o/ Vre^idieni 



\ ■lured in the Kra.MT :e- 

{ crirly wa.-> \ciy old a.v well a.s 

J \ci\ bi*:. An ex.imaiaiUJii ol 

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J Ixnic.-. by tl-.r I)e[>.ir; inrnt of 

( !• 1.^ IP." i .'■Mowed ilie iiioi. ;ir 

I hud lued at Ica.'r KHi \eai.s 



PROVINCE TO 
PAY PORTION 

B.C. Municipalities Get Final 
Answer on Unemployable 
Indigent Costs 

TT.e Pro'.ir.rial d \<!i :r,<i '. ad- 
vrwi n:;*'u-!; C'<i;'i:ii!-..i :i; .I.:'■lp.ld- 
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Diplomat'^ ill LoihImii and l*ari» I illlr l)io|iirl)<-(i 
0\rr I'rohlrm^ ol I .iir(>|M aii INilili<'« — "^plni- 
iii<l W < lroinr IVrpart'il in (Frrinan> Itir 
. . / , iirail of lliii\«;ar> Nj-iiiii;^ J{ri« Ji 

Suspect l)eep'L\in}i Plans 
To l\ iiirn (,vnu(ni Influrnre 



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ON DON, Au^ 20 • — Gcimiiiiv flixcd hct iiiilitaty ir.us- 

c'cs today .is the woiM iioi'itullv w.it^lieii tiir c'liuts i* 

an uru)ftii.ial Him-^h nicdiatui ui t!;c t.ii'.^lcd Su-lctcii 

German piohleni ot Little C/echnsKivakui 

Theie weic lu-vv a:)'\ oM ]'ToMcnis (it Ciieat Kiii.iin .Tn'l 

l-iance at both fiuis ot the Kon-.e Heilm ,i\:s, d: pi' r.'.a' s ui 

Loiiflfjn and Pans seerr.rd little liistutlu'd 

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motors the Vivian Motors, i.td , Govemmcnt Is Planning to 
of Vancouver, at a fi«.np of $2:,.8i.i |^ Representatives on 

TO IMPROVE HOCKING ntpi titnirtii vtJ) uii 

At the same time the MlniMer o[ HighWay CommiSSlOH 
Public Works said tlic balati r <.f 

We made n cmnpleto i>lif>io(fraphlc t,ir tuiid. w< aid 1m .^jm i;t on im- S£AVVAY UTTERANCE 

record of the glacier dUcovery from provimeut <.f doi i. .ipprouc li. s at rucTiiDOC nTTAl»/» 

allUiidra ranging up to I.^OOO feet both end.s ot the ferry route, at DISTURBS OTTAWA 
The flight took more than filx hours, j Kelowna and We.sibank, bruiK.ni,' 

Our dl.scoverv of this trreal lc»'fhe cwt of the whole pidjeit iip to cPm ti t<i ti* mioni n 

field proves the cnnibiiied t'laclrr $120'XX). •Iend<■r^ lot a wo liiii l..;;i OTTAWA A > ?() A 

frv.«trm of the Kt Ella.s Kai.Kc l.s a and for a creosotrd w<>f>rien hud / "'^ 

mammoth expanse of unbroken ice, ! were laid aside in favor of the third "^"^'^ favot ablc attitude 

several thouaand feet dMp. sUetch- j set of bid.'! a.'kod. towards the proposal for a 

ing almost from Cape St. .Eliasj Tliree flrm.-s tendered on the stei 1 British Columbia- Alaska Hr^h- 

foiithwaid and ea. iward for 235 ^ ves.vl. In bld.s opened jrsterday way will he t.ikcn by the Can.i- 

mlles to the AL^ek River Valley. | morninK, a.s frdlo'A. Hoy stcAai dian Government, as a result 

The flight mirkis the .su' ce.vfut I Ltd , $83,372: Wctrm Bridge Com- of President Franklin Rnosc- 

coniplclion of the major ohjerti\e pan v. !,td , IRT ! . and North Van- vclt"s visit ti C.ii.Tda a Gov- 

of the National CKM-grnphlcal-llHr- couver sh,p rtepr.ir.v Ltd, $119 7B4 , r,y:,c:n spokesman said to- 

vard University flight expedition tu' ht 

of 1938. ! 1^ r II ll 1 El O rrin"' : ler.rion is lu inr rl- en to 

tie t,oMiin;iM"n of a lux'.v lo nie« t 

BLASTED AND BURIED |ULilliTini1U I IIL<L with the intema i.oai H!.,wa% 

Co!imii.';M"r. wldch the F'rr.<-id* lit 
wa-; autl.on^ed hv Congress la" 
May to appoint Tlio coninus' ion is 



OEKMANS TREE 
BRITISH OFFICER 



(Irntrnarinns and yKuw^rnaridns 
Ordinary Folk in Turkvy 



ISTANBUL. Turkey. Au^; :n i I', —People live a loni; 
time in Turkey. San Fatma. ctt,i'il \ celebrated her 
birthday in Ko^tane. Asia Minor, with four of her 
childien. a>.fd ninety-seven, ninety five, ninety-two and 
ninety, and 117 other descendants. Sari Fatma's husband 
wasn't there. He died in 1928, a^;cd 110. 

A seventy-year-old woman in Samsoun. the Black Sea 
port of Aiiatoha. w.ts (h.Ti(.',rf| \yilh cnlutnirnt nltt , .in 
eif;htecn year-o'.d ^itl alleged the woman ran away and 
married -her twenty-two-year-old fiance. 

Two f)lil atrny pals in Sivas, Anatolia, married mu'iiis. 
The bndef;rr)oms were eighty four and eik;hty-ei^lit, and 
the brides, who were spinsters, were seventy-nine and 
eighty-two. 



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Jame.s thirlv-five, ftnick a buiied 
atlck of dynamite with an air drill 
on hlBhray work near here. Tlie 
bla.'t 'blew titin fifte<>n feet nnd 
buried him under loose rock. He 
maiinBed to ex'ruate himself with- 
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Accused of Espionage- 
Is Leaving Country 



Legal Luminaries 
Spend Informal 
Week-End in City 

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Destruction nf Twn Lumber 
Scows Follows Second 
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( iti,i>n. criii'.t riK t ii«n and pliui.^ for 

Passport Official at Vienna l';ir,?w,'.T"" """"" "'"j 

Tlie Dominion ha.s been ra'I.er \ 
hike waiiii tnw.irds the pr;d'i i On! 
the iii;rler>-tandlnK di.' ' 'j' ■ ions were | 
" ' ' 'o be p'lrrl-.' of a fact-nndinK na-( 

BERLIN, Aug. 20 <V 
niomas Kendrlck. Briti 

officer In Vienna, wlio-e arrest \r:\n ainhonfie^ at \ictorla In f)r-i 
stirred the British Oovernnient to tober. lOlU. It wa.s awrerd a* 'l.ej 
make diplomatic repre'^enlatmns, conference cons'rui Moti would be 
was "arre.sfeil because theix W'ere , fei^-^il.Ie from mi en-jini eruiw s'and-' 
pn>ofs of Ills cond'ii Mint espion.iKe, ' p' in' l.n'rr ip. tt,e n;iiitli ii';*- 
it wa.s officially annoiiiKed t<xl,iy Cvcr, the l)omii..on and iMo'.ii. ii 

SImultaneou.sly It was nnnouiiced .-ulndiii.' ' :at ioti.<; rlendrd the en,- XHIBIT One at the luncheon of the Canadian Bar Asso i 

he had tjeen relea.sed and refjUested m.irle ih.e .scheme inipracMcnble a* |1 nation m the Kmpross Hctr ] yf ^tcid iv aftt riv on wa^ the ' : 
!D- '''"y country Immediaielv, th.i- imv. barristers coat v.orn bv Ht. lloii Sii Lvni.in P \)u". . :'"'f > 

This afternoon, acrnr.ipan.ed by his I TOOK NO ACTION Chief Justice of Canada and' administrator in the absence of 

wife and chaufTeur, Kendrirk lef: inMnivion from W., i.i,".:n n ! the Governor-Gcrrnl. L-.rd Twc'o<V • wlie., 1-c u i- iii pr,-c 
Vienna and headed for the nearest f^^, „.^„,,^, ,,,,,, „ 3, g ^ing s Counsel in Victoria at the ilose of tlic last 

border, that of Hungary, forty mile.-. p.,.p;„ed to <io the flnanniK. bm century 
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Fresh Japanese Troops Are 
Massing asTangtze Flood 
Waters Recede 

SH.Wr.HAT, Aug 21 CT^. - With 

Yanef7*< floodwafers .slowly receding 1 rurmnn nr»u t»iH . 1. . . ■ > 

ine iterman press aaia i.ne nc'ion as a result of tr.e luf tiim. 

In the battle jionc caM of Hankow. Urltbh officer was cnnvi-i>-d on hi i',.„ s u'.irh. f„.;,.;.rd he- 

^axwne.v troops today were re- oun confession of misusing official t^wen Premier Ta'tullo jt.d Prim" 

ported concenfratuu; on the north j j^^^,^^,,^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ mililarv In- Miiu Icr Ku.e. "Hie Federal a"i- 

formatlon. The press .said KendrKk tude wa., nr.r nf r.i iiion m 'iie 

was spared "direr cnn.sequences ' tnain'enai i e of Cui tdirMi i mit.i1- 

only because ^•"'•i-'ninv- difilrpfl It: in \ .< 'y - f Ue mili arv ■;-rT.:'etir 

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thf provisional Chinese eapital 

Tlie fresh troops were .said by 
Chinese military advice., re.chlng j g;;;,^^^ ■j;,;,;^;,^,^ 
Shanghai to be nins-sing between) 
Hwansmel nnd Su-sung. along th"ej 
Hupeh.uihwel provincial border] 
about 115 miles east southtea.st of 
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Repeated Chinee countcr-at- 
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Jaixine.'M' from these two tovMi won 
in the .slx-wcfk oflen.sivc from Hofei 
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American Pros Tied 
For First Money in 
Canadian Open Golf 



HyOE BLAZE AT 
LAKE COWICHAN 

Six Hundred Acres of Tim- 
ber Burning at Camp Ten. 
V.L.M. Company, Ltd. 



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• Jap.ine.sp *ou'.d be in position to t" ' 11 t 4' • 1 w-i o — — i- %•• ' ' , /i 1 r, ' •.'■i--. 

(treat Clianrr for ^ in — l*la> Off Monday 



cany on westward or wheel fifteen 
miles south to attack Wasuch on ihe 
north >hore of the Yangtze. 
— Wii.Mi » h -ta-a U>ut twc uU.-flve milev 

up river from Kiukung. pr-t'c.ijar ^-«oRON TO, Aug. 20 CP .- 



base of the Japanefe Yangtze cam 
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Chicago, spilled a juicy seven-all over the eighteenth hole cone ■.,) m ^-.wckr h i' ofTi ..». < ; 

on his final round todav and landed in a deadlock after ti e ron.pa; . i r ' n rriim ;• 

seventy-two holes with Sam Sncad. of White Sulphur Springs, f^'her e,r,.;>n.<; • .f h" ran and ^ 

W. Va.. for the Canadian open golf championship. .■ irroiir. in,.- d«' ,'^. xcs, j-.i . 

Cooper, defending cl-.amplon. and '' f^ ( ar.adiaf. Rohsrsr, s, ,,red Ht;v ,;i ir.. d'.a'e M.u.tf' r. 



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THE DAILY COLOKIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. SUNDAY. AUGUST 21. 1938 




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Runciman is Facing 
. Difficult Problem in 
Acting as Mediator 



Youn^ StuH»'nt \N inn 
Valuable Award 



GermaaJiiteiference Held by Writer to Be Cfadef 
Stumbling-Block in Path of Sntlement 10 

C»ccho tlov«kfai*i Minority Prol>lem 

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By WILLIAM BIRD 
<C<>p»rl»Jit. 1»7 ConsDll-l^tert New* rtUuxes) 

PARIS. Aug. 20— Lord Runciman, ai the *'honeit brokei"' 
Mckin'i; to find a compromise satisfactory to all parties in 
the Czech minorities question, has now been in Praha 
I ibout a month, gathermg mformation. As yet he has g'ven no 
hint of the batip on wWch he «pteti to found the projected 

'T^faT'SSTny people who h.v. ' popuUtloii of Cechodovakla may 
, giyon no verj profound sh.rlv u, .h. Imagln. that the whole buMnc*.s ran 




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obUOned. 
TBADl FACT NEGOTIATIONS 

NacotlaUons for » naw Canada- 
United 8Ut«B trade pact wera »tven 

cnn.Mrterable Impetus In the hour's 
conference between Mr King and 
the Pr«8ident. Despite the ob.stades 

in the triancular Canada-United 
SUtea-Oreat frltain negotiation! 
at Washington, thr Intimation In 
the highest oflttclal circles la that a 
new agreement between Canada 

' and the Uhltcd aiataa i rttt be ready 

I for announ c e m e nt hi KOvawbar. 

I Mr. Rooaevell threw a bomb.shell 
packed with pohtical d\nHinite \n 

1 his St. Lawrence aeaways utterance 
at Ivy Lea later, on Thursday, on 

1 the openmg of the Thousand la- 
laiKl BrlrlKP Offloial Ottawa con- 
siders the President s charge that a 
coup el American lnteresti> was 
n oitmi to frustrate the> scheme 
was alme^at Premier Mitchell Hep- 
burn of Ontario and somr of his 
cohorts. In view of Premier King s 
statement in North York to^ay the 
Dominion Government would not province 



^ Completes Survey of 
Lands Suitablefor 
British Settlement 



ll« tii\ Tajic i roft Strt'>«»r«^ Kcononiic Hnu fit? 
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has to do Is to persuade aU con- 
cerned to be re as o n a bl e a n d look at 

the question from the "other fel- 
low's" point of view. Tliey ronsider 
the quasttOQ to be analogoas, ipt u.s 
^ay.' to a dispute- between the United 
Slates and Canada over water rlRhUs 
in the Niagara River, a dispute in 
which large interesu mlf ht be at 
sthiie, but which unquestionably 
could, and would, be aettled. U not 
by negotiation, by arbitration. 

On such an analogy. Lord Runcl- 
miui t;i^k would r,eem an easy one. 
Hp would only liave to see the lead- 
I'TS on each .sidf of the quf.stion, and 
by astute questioning ascertain what 
concessions they were wlUlng to 

make in t hr _ intrre.st.'^ Of appea se - 
tnrn!. Comparing tho eonoesston.s 
on one side and tho ofhT, he would 
then be able to say: "Oentlemen. 
tlie points remaining in dispute are 
i idf<-d trivial You cannot tis reas- 
onable men, prolong the conflict for 
so picayune a cause. I pr(^>oae that 
we cut the apple In two. split the 
difference, and all shake hands and 
go back to our Jobs." 

MUCH MORE rOMPLK ATED 
Unfortuiiatrly, the Czech problem 
is not like that at all. To begin with, 
there are not only two partias to the 
dispute, but at least three: the 
Czech Oovernnicnt. the Budeton 
minority (Uenlein party) and the 
German Oovenunent. and every- 
body knows by experience how much 
harder it Is to settle a triangular 
flght than a two-sided one. 

Were the German. Government to 
wash Its hands of the whole bualnevi. 
wr rould confidently rmyrci that 
Lord Runciman would, settle the 
matter very promptly. Were Hitler 
to tell Henleln llu- » i jjo dl.sp.Uio 
la one belwiHn >oii and ttic Czech 
Government; I wish you luck, bat 
' I rannot help you, as I have r.9 
right to interfere' In the Internal 
i'r)n(crn.s of another n.iiii>n.' tli"'<" 
can be no doubt that Henlein wouiU 
very qulddy become reaaoable. Like 
.auy partv leader, lie uould be wHimx 
to take what he could gel, and try 
to i^t more another day. 

HITI.ER S ATTITt DE 
But lhai 1^ pot ^ all Hitler s al- 
titude. It B SfcrOly too-' much tc 

.'ay that not only dors Hitlrr .stand 
n ady to block any wUlemrni at .ill. 
however far the Ciech Ooyerntnent 
I may consent to go in the way of 
( once.wloas to the 6ennanlc min- 
ority. bu( that the whole q\iarrol 'va.; 
"made m Germany" and thai Hi'.ler 
no more deaUres a peaceable solulioh 
th<^rr tiinn iie wL hrs n rra-sonahlf " 
rompromi.se Ui the 8pant.>h Civii 
War. ' ~ 

I; Is pnilou.s, perhaps, to rl<k 
predictions when Jx)rcl Ruin inun 
luu hardly as yet outlUied the plan 
of hus work but it .seoms evlder.1 
from the naturo ol th*' problem !t- 
s»^lf that any effon.s at < onip'oni m 
lire bound to fall, and that Lord 
imnclman w)ll eventually --' say 
. .• ( : ,ri.<;tma,s time havr to ac- 
Miowledge that his efTorls have b. < ;• 
f ftnUiM. U i i iay b e. ol cour.se. 'la: 
iirlthfr nuiKiman nor Prime Mm- 
,.st*r chamt)eriain, wHb diflegaied 



E. (o: 

P Victoria, has received an ex- 
1 bit ion of $125 in the open 
.scholarship examlnatloro for Clifrnn 

Cotiege, Biitlot, aoeordlng to word 
received by his pivents. As Wyatt. 
who l.s twelve yearh of age. ha.s taken 
iheie examinations at a much earlier 
age than la usual, he will be able to 
compete again next year. Ht will 
leave for England on August 29, to 
enter Clifton ColUge in September. 
Oerry has attended Olenlyon Pre- 
paratory School. Oak Bay, lor the 
past two years. 



^Zy^,_y^'^/^<y^' Mf^basto op^eprfopoMj withgpt iJie 
bMt)'.WYJRT '"apPfovtfT of •fhe-emaflo ^^oW^rn- 



ment, the question on the Hps of 
ofHcial Ottawa la: WUl Mr. Roose 
vpit throw ano ther. bomb , and am' 
pUly his charge? 



him to the task, had any other ex- 
pecialion, bui that the whole ici( .1 
of firiil&h mediauon was i>lmply a 
device for galnUig time, and for p;e- 
ventlng the l-ssue trom coming to a 
head unlll Winter. Wars rarely sUn 
in Winter time, and. if we can 
adj o u r n d e clrt pr u u n til thts me w O i 



LEGAL LUMINARIES 
VISITINO VICTORIA 

Continued on r»Ke 2, Column 4 
DISTlNGtlSHED VISITORS 

Outstanding Ttsitors to^ the dty 
were Rt. Hon. Viscount Pinlay of 
Nairn, Judge of \Up High Court of 
Justice of England, accompanied by 
his daughter. Hon. Roaallnd Flnlay; 
Hon. Arthur T. Vanderbilt, Immedi- 
ate past president of the American 
Bar Association and professor of law 



HKINCE RUPERT. Aug. 20 Brigpdier-Geiieral Sir 
Henry Page Croft. British Parliamentarian surveying the 
poaalbilities of mass British settlement in British Columbia, 
left here tonight by steamer ^or- Vwi co uver . 

He arrived earlier in the day the new areas and will play a pan 
from Hazelton, B.C., the ■leTh..nu.s .similar in this area to fhat of,t^<• 
of a motor journey which carried Agasslz Experimenul Parm in the 
him and his party hundreds of j-Lower rrasc: Valley 4tt 
miles through sparsely - populated | Sir Henry Was interested to the 
In ^'ttM fftntral Tnt^r*^ splendid line across Northern 

BrltUih Columbia operal*d" l>y ' the 
Canr. jian National Rallway.s 



PLAN WELL SCFPOBTED Cancllan National Rallway.s ' 
Id towns en rout. l< iit .support to] P""** Owr^ air^ Wine* 



ot August is over, and perhaps S<;p- 
tember as well. th. chance of pre- 
serving a semblance of peace for an- 
other few months will be-eonslder- 

,iblr 

CIIA.MBLKLAIN I'ULK Y 

The Chamberlain policy— It waf. 

indeed, the is.sue on whicli he 
witli Anthony Eden— has been to 
play for Ume. He has adopted thai 
policy m his dealings with Italy and 
with Generalissimo Franco. Nego- 
tiations have been allowed to drag 
along. These tactics have caused 
Mr. Chamberlain to be accused of 
pro-CnTmani.sm. pro-FascLsm. pro- 
I-^ancoUan, timidity and even cow- 
ardice. 

But even those who would most 
ardently have wi^d to see England 
take a bolder stand are obliged to 

admit that it i.s a qu«'stii)ii .il jud^i- 
inenl, ami thai it is ja.t i)i)s^iolc 
that evenu may prove .Mr Clian;- 
berlains judgmcht to have bet ti cor- 
rect. It may be that, by appearing 
to yield ground constantly to the 
dKtators. he has led ihem into a 
swamp, it 4ft-eencelvable that Eng- 
land, and P'rancc a.s well, are better 
able to endure the .stress and slriun 
of waiting than Germany and Italy 
are. 

It is .Mjmewhat the ciiflerence be- 
tween the ftahernuui who plays hLs 



and 

Sir Hen-y's scheme by endorsing a 
proposal of Premier T. D. Pattullo 
for a meeting of the Provincial and 
Dominion Government.s and the 
two national railways to consider 
plans for mass aettlenient 

sir Henry, wlio interviewed scores 
of settlers and exanuiicd the agri- 
ctiltural possibilities ol the districts 
he visltad. likened the territory m 
the Interior to "the Promised Land 
of the Scriptures." 

He streased the economic benefits 
that might come to British Colum- 
bia with the added buying jwwer of 
new settlers. If his scheme was 
adoptedcJie &ald, migrants would be 
chosen carefully and adequately 
ftoanced un til th e y we i e established. 

.Sir Henrv will address the Van- 
couver Board of Trade Monday. 
BOUNTirUL U80UBCB8 
"We ha\e iraM ied in British Co- 
lumbia by road from Kamloops^ to 
n, a: . e rrme 

di.'tance as from John o" Groat.s to 
Lands End," Sir Henry staled at a 
meeting at Hazelton. "In Uiat area, 
we have seen a new country pos- 
se-. ..ig all the natural rei....-ces 
any nati' n lii 1 (1.. 

"Into Uus new land, we hope by 
Joint action of the Governments of 

Great Britain, the Dominion and 
the Province of Briti.sh Columbia lo 
cause a veritable river of Immigra- 
tion to flow from the Motherland " 
Coinciding with the visit of Sir 
Henry and the nriti.sh paity. the 
Dor..uuon Government D . :i:i.nent 
of Agriculture began to stock a new 
300 -acre experimental farm nt 
Telkwa with cattle, .«hepp iior e 
and other livestock. Tl • li. a : h 
occupies a typical stretch ot lund 
ml:!way between Telkwa and 
SmHh 

t.M'tUi.MtNTAL KARM 

Kx)uipment is being moved north 
from the Wmdi rniero P^xpcruiient.il 
Station. It was reported at Prince 
oeorge that a rtqiUar farm Will, be 

was struck by the DoininlonV Chief "l>«^^'>^d » potat near 

who was greeted with P"nce George. TUom- Instltut I nn.-! 



Rupert, he nb^erved ' BrlnK'.n 111 
of new .settle:* will immensely help 
till.- public -owned rallwajT tg[_ pro- 
viding new traffic." — 

General M. L.^ Hornby, active iii 
the .settlement plan, stated that one 
estimate of the tost of the Canadian 
National from Red Pass Junction t' 
the Port of I'nnci' Rupert araa mon 
than $100,000 000 when termln . 
fa'^ilitios, raDkj ||aMi and other 
costs were ccmputid: If added to 
this was toterest and other charges 
the estimate would be even greater. 




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TELLS ABOUT TRIP 
VANCOUVER, Aug 20 : ,1 o. 1 Henry Croft wlU be of ImmeiiM 
Turgeon, Member of Parli.ui.ei:! : >r benefit to Labor and by brtogin- 
Cariboo, returned from lu - c : .t)out proi>er development with a 
.siltuency today and said Cenuai t:ood sta ndard of livi ng will at la." 



at New York University, and Sir 

LyTnan DufT. 

With them at the high table, at 
the luncheon, tendered by the Vic- 
toria Bar A.ssr^ation, were Senator 
J. W. deB. ParrTs. K C , D C L , LL.D., 
past president of the Canadian Bar 
A.s."»oclatlon; Rt. Rev. H. E Sexton, 
Bishop of Gk>Iumbia: representatives 
of the Provincial Government .ind 
of naval and military forces. Al- 
derman James' Adam, acting- 
mayor: chief justices and Canadian 
Bar Association vice-presldenta of 
the various provinces, and_ many 
visiting Judges. 

OLD AdSOCIATIONSt 

Reference to ih. • it In 

1873 Victoria had been csuiijllshed 
as the seat of the law society of 
British Columbta was mtfde by Mr. 

Davev In welcoming the guest-s of 
the local bar It wii.s particularly 
gratifying, Mr. . Davey bald, to re- 
new acquatotance with Sir Lyman 

DufT, for Victoria was the .scene of 
m.'my of his early activities as a 
barrister of British Columbia, prior 
to his elevation to the bench. 
A pleasing not* of Informality 



British Columbia was totensely in- 
terested In the colonization propo- 

««U p.it fnrwArH hv th» p«.rlv of 



put agricultural industry In 
position designed by nature." 



the 



Justice, who was greeted 
cheers when- he rose to reply to this 

weicnme extended by the local as- 
sociation He spokp ff'<'lini:ly of old 
colleagvies who had pa.ved away 
until It stops Liruggling anu i since, he left BritUih Columbia, and 



are for the assistance of .settlers in 



GiENERAL HORNBT ILL 

HAZELTON. Aug 19 (f Bnc - 
M. L. Hornby, member of a 
party investigating possibility of 
placing British settle rs _on vacant 
aprlculluial lands in Bflflln Coluni- 
i>.,i and <l.sewheii' in Bnti-sh Com- 
monwealth counirles, fell ill here 
vwterday. 

H- ,. ; . d hi would l)e able 
lu proceed to PrUic* Rupert but 
feared that he would not be able to 
continue to Vancouver where he was 
U) be a guest at luncheon of the 
Vancouver Board of Trade Monday. 
In his sixty-eighth year General 
Hornby saw service in India, South 
Africa and the Great War. 
settled at I/'thbrldge^ after 1918. 

Tlro :,ii !.;, «'fTorus, a movement 
< • v. ■ ■ • ment was lauiich'-d 

which cuimuiated In the pre.senla- 
ing forward to a diseUialon- of the I tlon of a brief by the Prince George 



English visitors headed ky Sir 

Henry Page Croft M P 

Mr.4 Turgeon accouu>iiiaed the i 
jwrtv for the greater part of Its tour 
iuid said that "everywhere we were 
greeted gladly." 
R. L. Dalgleish. shipowner and 

trft.^r of Newcatlle-on-Tync, 

studied the country carefully, the I 
Cariboo Member .^ald. "He viewe<i 
the project with the trained eye ot j 
busineiis and Ls satisfied that trade 
and commerce with Increasing vol- 
ume will flow across British Colum- 
bia and in and out of the province ; 
If the scheme proposed by Sir | 
Henry la accepted aiMl carried out. 
SUPPORTS PROPOSAL^ I 
"I certainly agree with him. It ' 
IS my inlenllon, as already an- 
nounced, to make rcpresenutlons 
to the Government and t aip look- ^ 



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a.sthmallc condition. Tn-- add U io n 

he sufTcred lnju!le^ to a hand at 
Quesnel in the Caribiui kome days 
ago when the door of a motor car 

.swung ui>on his fingers during h 
vLsU to a .x-ukr .s home. He relu.s<>d 
medical aid at that time. 

A teii-dav campaiun with hi.' old 
war-time trieud. Utin (i-in:..! Sir 
^® j Henry Page C^oft, ..ddr.'.v .es 

I at all towns in.tha Cinboo, Prliu'e 
Oeorge Omlneca and Pkeena dis- 
Lrut.'. irrttat»'d Ins coinhtlon. 



queMion with Hon. Ian Mackenzie, 
now at the Coast. 
"I am certain that when the 

scheme Ls properly pr.^ ^ i f d to 
Labor it will be accepid and 
heartily apiuoved by our Labor 
organlzatJTiiis l he colonization en- 



Hoard of Trade and City Coiuicil 
before the Rowell Comml^ I'-n Ui- 



Rl ll.niN'ti IN WINMPEf: 



WINNIPEG, Aut; 



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stigatlng Domtnion-}': > iii ia! rela- , than 2M0 

tions In thl d " III !;• Wire facts ^ have hem 
relating to \o,i;i' I ciin in.dv in .Sunun< : 
central and nor'J.i'ii Hi.ii n c \',!li:c o' • 



pieces of rc>n.><tni<'tion 

coiistrnctcrt heic tUl* 
«iinoun<'-d I'Xiiiy. 
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lumbla served by Canadian National 1 ckide three niiarlaMnt blot k.s and 
vlsloned and proje«;ed bv the keen-) Railways aqd the P.G.E'. Railway, 'ninety-lour houses, la estimated *t 

intellect and hard work of Sir General Hornby sMflers from an »l .2«:{.fir>0. 



trout 

the inipatlent angler who tries to 
haul 11 in as soon as h'»oke<l Per- 
haps Chamberlain, a .flbherman oi 
the former school, figures that, by 
next Spnng. if tiie "trout ' is given 
plenty of line, it will swim Into thr 
net all by itself. If so. Chambe.- 

lain s tactics will have been Ju.sUfl*d, I do. Irom Europe^ it to a delight 



recalled many memories of hto earl 
day.s in Victoria, expressing pro- 
found pleasure at the opportunity 
to return ta the scene of his earl.\ 
legal life. 

VISCOUNT FINLAY 
"To one who comes to you. as , I 



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Coekcd Him ». 

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NEW ARRIVALS 
In Jacketn and Skirts 

J*rk*(i In tmtui rsll .ivix In plain 
ilntht. »I»I4« or v»l«fl»fn». •ilh * 
«hlrl In mit<*h nr In rnntri^t and with 
A pulln^.r In tntif lii^l Ihr thing for 
th« •lllrr. (Olf or olh*r apart*. 

JACKBTH. Iie.95 

MmaTs raoM lis.ftA 
pt'UovBaa raoM 9n. .~><> 




and his critics confounded. If not. 
It will go down m history as all- 
ot her egregious Brrtish dlplomaMc 

blunder. 

18 TAKlNd MORE 
FAVORABLt VILW 



visit the Far West and this prov 

ince, where the laurl is bright and 
the seas are even brighter," said 
"VTSleOOhrnnjay. ^rVfacmg aii amus- ■ 
ing post -prandial .speech filled with 
witty allaslons to the proceedings 
at the convention In Vancouver 

The ini mitable drollery of Mr 
Vanderbilt found expresslc^ In a 
fund of deliuhtfu! stories tinged 



with th« 
politics. 



flavor 
He 



of United States 



cOnfes.sed to mystlfl- 



project. 

Mr. Roosevelt's 



declaration at 




ROLEX OYSTER 
WATCHES 

W ATfR Rte e y, ANTI-MAGNtriC 

35 45 '49 '85 

F. W. FRANCIS 



continued from P*^' I ^^j^^ ^„ 

purpose forwhlCh the road could be , ^^^^^^^ ^„,„^hia, remarking th.n 
used. However^he^Domimon u^^.^gu Iw 1^ bPen givnn to un- 

mlnlstration is now said to be much derstand thai_ji Liberal, Govern 
more friendly .disposed towards the ment was in power, he found ti 

city .so conservative as to preserv 

an old coat made in 1898'. 

c — , ^ 

TT. i,^A mtyrtnr ■ ^fve SomTnatlng thought of on- 

Kinaston the UnU.ed States *onia . • . . . j 

(MUKMuii IMC , attended the cnnventlfn, 

not stand idly by If Canada were»| ,^ Vancouver was that the meetings 

attacked Is warmly appreciated by nf the Canadian assfxiatmn hnrt 

Ottawa but the indirect result is j made a most important contrlbu- 

expected that Canada will upeed upit»on to the spirit of hatlMial unity. 

the huildmi! ol her defences As a ^^tfl ("hief Justice Archer Martin, 

gesture of Canadian - American , sp^'aking on behalf ol ^ province. 

friendship, legislation may be in- | UNITED rRONT 



troduced at the tiexl session of 



parliament amending Uie Cu s to ms ^ clanger Of Being misled 

Act by making it unnecessary to 



secur e a permit from the National 
Revenue Department to export 

arms and munltl<a» to the United 
.st«t«» Amendmenta to the art put 
I through at the 1937 .session proMded 
a licence for arms, and munitions 



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that it Ls a great thing to find t.ie 
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front in worliing for tlie t)ominion, 
HU Lordship said The imlflcatlon 
of laws of the Dominion and the 1 
advancement of the administration 
of justi.e had formed tlie keynot" 
of the convention, he declared. 

The vote of thanks to the Victoria 
Bar Aviof i.-»tlon wa.^ propo-^ed by H 
A. Porter. Saint John. N B 

Prior to the luncheon gathering, 
man y , y{ the .^00 deiega'wcs.ajud Uae-; . 
adtes played golf at ihe Victor.a 
( -.olf Club's links at Oak Bay. while 
thers vLsl'ed the gardens of M; 
and Mrs R. P. Butchart. and the 
na\al dockyiirds and drydock at FJi- 
qqlmalt aa the guests of Com- 
mander C. T. Beard. R C N. 

AT fiOVERNMENT HOfSE 
From 4 to 6 p.m. the vusiiors were 
the guteU of Hon. I. W. Hatnbrr. 

Hamber, at a reception at Govern- 
ment House, and in the evening a 
large party visited the Astrophysical 
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hr supper daaee at ttoe Wmsf^m 

Hn-e;. 

Informal;- y was the keynota of the 
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" the Mainland by the midnight boa 
others will leave this afternoon o- 
rofHtht, and a few Wffl 4n«in u. 
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OTTAWA Auk 20 <' The De- 
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DIVOIICB JUDOB DBAD 

HLSij Nev , Aug. 20 Judga 
Tlioina.s F. Moran, seventy-four, who 
In twenty-atyen yeara on the Wa- 
shoe County district court bench 

(jrantert M ores of divorces tO promi- 
nent pej.>>ons, dkd last night after a 
long 411hess. 



EVOLUTION 

issue 

British Association Hears 
Latest Reports on Re- 
search From Biologist 

By THOMAa %. HKIAT 

iCf>i>yr:«i.t !93«. by tht Horth American 

N>»-, «1.T Allior.rr, Iiic i 

CAMBRIDGE. Ensl&n(>< Aug. 20. 
— Thera- xnay be afi ipalde-puah 
evoluUo'n TncxpUrable factors act- 
ing from within a ^pecle5 to bring 
about biological changes, some- 
times In direct opposition to the 
factors of environment acting tr9tn 
without and .sometimes supplement- 



ing them, were poatulaied by bio- 
logUta dlacuaataf evolution's mech- 
anisms before the British Assocla- 
•lon for the Advancement of 
lence. mectldt today. In the 
urmer ^aaf, they may result in the 
apid extlnetlon of a race 
Under the Darwinian hypoiheai*. 
evolutionary changes are aliiK>c>t 
entirely due to environment. Every 
individual of a sp<-ile.s riifTers 
sllghtiy, an.d those survive and have 
the beat e'haii^ of' transmitting 
their chAracten to their deacend- 
I ants who are best In harmony with 
the environment. Or th«ie in:i> 
be sudden Jumps in nature compar- 
able to thoae brought about by the 
a.se of X-ray.s on fruit flies In lab- 
oratories, producing new forms, rare 
Instances of vhleh are better suited 
to cc\)p with rhanRink condition.-^. 

The evidence of somolhing mure. 
Mwerdlnt to a paper' presented by 
Professor A. .TriWBW*. Cam; 



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bridge biologist, comes from paleon- 
U>loglf^L.^ ,siud\.ng llnea of^piant and 
animal UXa i^ch tuve endured for 
scores of mUtlona of ^em and ttaen. 
iomeumt's quit* «biuptl.\. liave be- 
come eximct. With the wttoie pic- 
ttva of the Ule of a race at Kand. 
there are numerous cases In which 
a type can be *een evolving steadily 
In a certain dlreciion in oppoMUon 
to the preaeura ot nature Irom ihe 
outside. 

.MASTERS OF OLD SEAS 
Comp lete hlatorlea available to 
sdencr-ara of aortr creatmea aa the 
ciab-mie trilbiuv\ winch lived 
approxhnatcly 500,uu0.uou ><.>ar5 ago 
and wei« the dominant animals on 
earth at the time v hen the hral 
fosfills were preaerved lu the rocfcal 
and ot the monster cephalopou.. 
diiitantiy related to the iear:>oine 
ociopuaea <rf today, which foUowed 
ihein as masters of ihe ancient sea* 
Tile uiside pusJi. Prof. Trueman 
sa!d. apparently acta only ovf r very 
long. penocLs. so tlial It caaBet-Jjp ^ J 1 
(iguibhtid In iiVlp^£*«a|.-^c|>^ ^/''^; 
(P-tt-^ae^^tC^lCbut eventually 
grooves a path so deep that a race 
cannot deviate from It to avoid 
di.sa.'-U r 

The ini.cie pu-^h iecms niy^jUcjil. 
said Prof. Trueman. probably only 
,(■> aase >l is not \ei understood, 
.iiid U need not be inui ptelcd ai 
^omcllnng abcjve ii.iMur t;\idi'ni.c 
lor it, he continued, appear:* m fouj 
categories. 

DEFINITE VARIATION 

In many V groups, there appears 
.0 be a definite variation confined 

•.it A .Miiall number of trends. A 
U'w Apecinc tl»*»tl€rb become moie 
and more pronounced, while the 
rr.s; of the organism remains sta- 
tionary, .-uch a.s may be the case 
wiui Uic brain of man or the lu&ks 
of the elephant. 

Another line of evidence la the 
-tranRf phonoinrna of parallel evo- 

produoed in entirely different kinds 

of animal> For example, among 
the inar.supiiils of Australia appears 
forms .such as bear, rat, and tai. 
which, superficially are very similar 
to typ^r found ^among the entirely 
different placental mamala* Of Uie 
rest of Uic world. 

Lootced at fron»^he perspecllve 
of v.uvl ^U•t■I< hr.t III liinr Pjo! 
Irueinan .said, some of tlie.s*- 
changes appear enttfely unrelated 
10 einlrnnmental conditions. In 
other caM's. however, they are 
clearh respon.'^ to enviruiunent. 
bring the best forma with which a 
III CO can cope with nature. In aome 
..I. o.s, f.speciallx " in their latter 
.stage.'., the changes are clearly out 
of harmony with the environment, 
he >a'.d. and are aure roada to ««• 




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UNTRIMMED COATS 

- ' WlTli THE -SQUARK LOOK"' 
THAT VOGUE TALKS ABOUT 





"You 11 see the square look everywhere this Autunni,** 
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gquare-shouldertd. short fur jackets . . . in straight-' 

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Mdllek's agrees as it presents the severely sijiiared 
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Germany Reported Hot Sat- 
• isfied With $600,000 for 
Release of Rothschild 



LONDON. Aug. aSO •CP-Hava.'^i — 
Cierman authorities are not sati.sflcd 
with a £120.000 ialmo.sl $600,000) 
"rarwfim" cffTered for the relea.>* of 
Hnidi. l.'W.^ <U- R4>tli.s(hHd and 
M.Hve demanded control ol the 
.v.ttkowltJ! works, blggf-st lndu.strlal 
I oii< rrn in C'/rclio.slovalcla, m addi- 
tion to 'he m')nf\ fording to The 
D.ii:'. H r il't 'Lal>)ri. 
The Au.slrian Holh.'-child.s oJTered 
,f> £120.000 for the release of the 
.•ed finaiirirr, held, by the Na^ls 
.lice Aii.siro-Ocrmanjanschlu.ss^ihe 
newspaper said. The rrench branch 
of the family. aWi derlared it.seH 
willing to make a coiiMderable con- 
; but ion. It added. 
>1\.I()RITY SHARHKU.nERS 
The Au.'itnan RoUuMhilds werr 
said to hold 51 per cent of ail 
the itharr.s of the Wittkowli/, c/>n- 
errn The remaiwder of l!ie .v)Mre.>. 
IS owned I. ,,(.'•. I ' ■ i\ 
iirchased them Irom anolhei A i*- 
.an family, the Outtmans. for 
> >^-vooo, The Dally Herald 
a.^v I led. 

Tlir Blfllude taken -.csvrd.ty by 
•.t 'rate HertxTt Mi'i ilt) when 
;,• ' );!<iirfd three Cici ii.an if-Uincfs 
Lu iiiv-muiuh pr!>t>ll Wrms at hard 
.abor for having Illegally, entered 
(ireat Britain -was criticised by the 
lire.s."- fifd.iv. 

.Mr .Metcalfe declared The way 

ate>e.s« Jews from Oermanv are 
■irtng in from every pe)rt of Ihl* 

..intry is becoming an outrage. I 
intend to enforce the law to it.-- 

'Illicit." 

TALKING TOff MrC'H 

r l ie- :• !' ri that wl)en Mr 

Mei^Hlfe wa* sworn m as a "mw^ls- 
-ate he was advtvd against talking ' 

'>o Mi l" h when it »a> hiv ri i'; 

nder the law. to hoi*nd homele.vs 

.nd helplew refugees, but he really 

• trv til <io r w ■ >bVH)US 

. I. ' 

irr Ihe .N'fA.s t,.,. .. .. .<■ 'Llb<- 

i'.i i: . fi 

I .ir pally Herald also rebuked the ' 

■ . . ,1 i'iisifaw — • — — • 



B:nlding m the mtinu ipahtie 
I surrounding the City of Victor. 
)-i»romlMs well in the number of pei 
miU taken out during tha— pa 
Aerk In Saanich there were tei 
;><riii;t,'. r«'prev~nt ing an expendi- 
ture of J15.975. Of the.se. six were for 
new homes representing 113.060. In 
Oak Bay three new homes were prr- 
vided lor In the permits i.s.siied rep 
resenting an expenditure of 110.900 
In all. 

In Csqutmalt. a permit was taken 
out for one new home during Um 
wef-k. 

SAANICH Bt!ILDINO f | 

In Saanich two new honw.s e^i h 
casting t3,100, will be erected on 
Rockwell Avenue. They will eacli 
(ontaui five room.'. One li bein. 
built by Kredei lck Ma.s' inKham ai. ; 
I thi other by Hasil H W<x>L-toii 



I A lour-roo:iud house e.'^limatcd ti. 
eont f2,e00 will "be constrwited by I 
I C. K'>ofl!v;r oi Ta' t'T.'-ai! .^venue 
' F W CiKK ■' i< K All; t)',.:.'t a thrc' 

r'Kin.cd d*elh;u <.i, W;..;er .\\en i' 
^ at an e.stuni tHl cast of tl.CjO 
Two new I omes contauilng foui 
rocimg .each and rcisting tl.<i'>f» • <• 
win be erecied One Ls lor (i«<>i.<e 
j McWiUiam kid *ill be erected on 
I Mangold ' Avenue The other u> 
*be erected on .Service Street. Im 
name of the builder bemg with- 
held. 

I 0\K BAY HO.MKK 

I In Oak Bav, P. and K Ruscombe 
will con-'liuct at 2714 lopp Aven i- 
! a five-roomed dwelunv costing M.T.Mi 
1 Al 2470 Central Aveii if Mrs 1 
' O. Lum.sden will ere<l a »even- 
roomed home to cont |7.000. 

T. Wake a .11 b(i;!d at 732 Virions 
Avfiiua_a-fi\«'-rij<)m« d houfce to co.st 
t3.l&0. 

In R qtiim:tlt, -A E LoimMafI 
ere<.l a font -rf)oined home to ca-i. 

11.300. 

ILL SPLAK ON 

AUULl l:Ul)iiAliON 











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back to Work 
back to School 



Pantortwm is ready fo give you specially prompt 
•ervict during the n«xt f tw wttkt. It is tht 
. tima of tht ytar whtn in homtt bundrtdi of 
fantorittni'i ciistemtri wardrobti art being 
ihsptci^->.r .. . Nitn't tints and womtn't 
drtsits, coats, ttc, art bting taamintd witlHi' 
vitw to Fall wtar. < ChildrtiCLJ:|othtt, toe, art 
brought forward to be cicantd and prcsstd Rfbrt 
Kkoel 




905 FOUT STtllT 

— £7155 



T W HargreHVf*. h';if; i.i Ui oi havf t>een camping ai Baiiff '^lU 
riif' VValtakl High .s< ho^.. Nr* Zea- br luncheon gue»u. 
land will Apeak at the Rotarv Club , 
meeting on Thursday. Hu aubjeci . Bulaaayo RirTiiinrnM "ma 
w^ be Idacallon in New Zealand. ! munlclp!ar"nftuMna- pro|ect 4n.Rho< 
Twenty boya from the whool wno deua 



V\. .A K Kerr. I'residenl M Ihe I ni 

vanity af AiberU. t« AMraaa 
KIwanlana 



( LL H CALE.NUAR. 

,M' l.NDA'i ' . : . ( 'ih, ,iin< he '>r 
in«i«uiiw. fcinji.* . H )<l 'u iO'itni 

t('B8DAY— Kiwanin C; ib. liinchfon 
m*»>tiiu' Fnip.-e.'.j? Hotel 1210 pm 

THUR.SL»AV Ko>ary .Club, lunfheon 
aneetUif. Empre«t Hotel, 12:10 pjn 



VETERANS LEAVE FOR 
TRI-STATE CONVENTION 



: i-|'>es not seem a;'"««' ■': ea-\ 

o p'oincile either the l angu age orj 

uck_* .lentence with tRT^iS^lnafr W. A. R KHf. prWHJff^i of ih*^ 
.■.rn last March bv the H'>nie See- rni-ersity it Alberta. alU aitdrt*.> 
;«lary of .sympalhetu rf.i,.-.fl«Tat i<>n rii'n;t>erv •;,< Ki«anU Club on 
for thoaa who., for polltira, or c - T j' -!.-. f t, .S<ime A.<pecta of' Adult 
iKioii.. rf !iju>na, have to leave their Lducaiion ' Dc.ngates lo-tha Inte;- 
■A. " >ianonal ConflrPnee on ConwpondT. 

• ■..ir Kd i< a;K>ri and memberi oi 
tue Rotary club w<ill join with the 
host club at thia gatherinc 
.J, "How Gyro Looka to An o-i-sides' 
IS the tule of an^addr^^s whi'h'A- 
Oordon Nairn, field ^uper^ 4.sr)r of a.e 
Canadian Life Underwriteri' Aasoci- , 
atlon. will five at the Oyro luncheon ( 
tomorrow, 

The annual meeting o! ihe Vi-:- 
toru Otto Club will be Jieki or | 
j S ep t tmbe t II Nomination^ for -.hr 
various ofRcen will ckMie at 4 30 p m 
on rn<ia-. Seprember IS The . 
^taliatlon «iU plw ^ tbt-ra^^ 
• ot next QMntlk \ ' 



VANCOUVCR Auf. ao O _ A 
• >;,•. r.tfT.- r.' f, , !;an Great War 
pteran^ left ■ ■ :• • »*av to take part 
the Ameri'-ar I>eKior. * tri-'ta'e 
onvention at Belllngham. Wa&h. 
The PIrst Veterans' BatUDon will 
ep.ace 120 member', of flpencera' 
.iemnanU. veteran.'' organization 
^hlch returned here last night after 
Iking part' In t^ie openint pa»ade 
A the conventioo yettcrday. 



ASSISTANCE 
WHEN NLIIDED 



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The Daily Cototust 

f Mtohtrt IMS \ 

Tti* Ck>kMllst 



Prlntlnff and PuMliimr~ Oofnimny, 
LlmiUd UablUty 



SutacrlpttoB lUtM by City CMrter : 

Vearlv • fno 

MontJily •• ' 

All iubscriptloai payable in aci\ance. Mail suttocnperb 
art niqueitad to make aii r» mitt*nce» dlraet to Tha 

Dally Colonist 
SutaiCrlten In orderUig chanRe ot aadrcia should De 
partleular to fl«« both old and new addresses 
BUbaerlptloo Ratci by Mall: 
To Canada. BrlUah'toplraJUJiltod ftotM and **«»lco: 

Yearly WW 

Half- Yearly ............. 

Quarterly ^ 

— :V o AH Othar Countriaa: 

yearly I-- 

Monthly 

Sunday. \uKuxt 21. 193t 



GREAT BRITAIN AND DiCTktWSBtO' 



the foal h« hmi m view U the moit wtftBT of 

attainment 

There M! no tense of direction that points the 
wajr to blirher development of character than the 
quo^t for truth. There must be ultimate truth or 
else the whole world is irrational and life ha^i 
naithcr maanlnt no* purpose. It is the con vie - 
thm -that there Is truth that make.s people strive 
to fathom its content and meaning; then life 
for them becomea-a grtaft adrenture, and In the 
(lUf-l thrre Is (ifveloped purity nf heart and 
laithlulntsa U) purpose. Three of the greatest 
Ttrtuea an loyalty. saerUlM and love: the two 
former are inspired by the latter, and without 
all three faith in the spiritual meaning of life 18 



Note and Conu.^^^^ 

" ay 



LiiUe-ChUd-Among-The-Flowei.>. 
what wonorous thlm^s l^i» lii«i 
.■ •ore for you? Will it make ol you 
a princess; instal you in the castle 
or a good taan'« heart, to that hu 
ridea fortvtr happy ia youc^aiOrlfitr 
Will It make of you a Joan of Arc, 
out leading men with banners in the 
age-old march against oppression? 
Or will you be a Cinderella, waiting 



The ObservatioD Car 



— ay m ■DxroaxsL wtArr 



impossible. With faith throughout aU experience | for the fairy godmother to touch 




your lift and turn it all. to magic ui 
a worM of auMlUnt a n *»a f hes my? 
• • • 

Just now, you do not care. In 

flowered overalls, with rumpled s,ock<, 
and curly hair, you bland preyed 
I tight against tht clarkla. whose pmk 
to all who seek Him in purity *f j^mj purple lobrs clo.se "round your 

' head, as if to gaze upon the twin 

and sparkling sapphire:^ that ^rve 
you well for eyes. Your dimpled 
hands. upralse<l. entwUM the slender 



the believer Rof^s nn .sffkinR. !?earchlr>g, ques- 
tioning and examimng, and becomes more con- 
aclout all the time of an -ever-growinf brilliance 

of rrvelatlon which Rovrrns conduct and in.spire.s 
character. He attunes himself more and more 
to cohsclouaneag of One Who on His part wishes 
to be known 

hear t and by con&ccraled will. There is exhllara- 



Quiek as a flash. 9ertie answered, 
•On th# eraser "— O B. 



Aldern)snic Bun-Fighr 
A city aldermarr Jumping 



tlon in puttlrtg Into practice #ueh a sense of direc- 
tion; the .seeker can by his experience endorse 

Almighty 



glvlnK Orrmany a free hand In Central Europe 
and is willing that Germany and Italy combined 
should aid the Nationallstg In at hU vmt< victory 
in Spain. Po.sslbly this Is the conception in 
Berlin, il is most certainly not the impression 
_ gathered by Mr. Walter Lippmann, of The New 
~ York Herald -Tribune, who has Just made a trip 
to England. He says If Germany labors under 
auch an llluBion the may repeat the iraxlc error 
of BPthmann-Hollweg In lt»14. when thai states- 
man believed that Great Britain would never 
Intervene with full force In a quarrel originating 
In a little Slav state in Central Europe 

Mr. Lippmann says the British today are con- 
fronted with "a supremely great Issue," one that 
has nil <i. only thrice before at the time the 
Spanish Armada set .sail, when Napoleon was 

ilghtlng ior world tupremacy. and In 1917, when 

their posses.sions and position in the world were 
threatened. The British know, says Mr. Llpp- 
— maun, that thara la a ftinitaiwfntol rhaUfnw to 
their Ideal.s He goes behind the .scenes and 
endeavors to depict the real thouglii.s of ilio.se 
who in the end will decide Britain's destiny. 
There may appear now to be the Fabiiiii policy 
of delay, of avoiding and postponing the issue, 
but while negotiations are In progress Oteat 
Britain Is glrdints her loms, i.s re.irmtnK as 
nevsr befora; and will be ready when the time 
comet to stir herself to ,a supreme effort, when- 
ever her mci.i! i ruplcs arc satisfied to the full. 
The present foreign policy of seeming trepidation 
does not represent a final and fixed conviction. 
There i.s .simp;-, a nfusal to prejudge the Inten- 
tion of the European dictators. Mr. Lippmann 
says there Is a tendency to forget what happens 
)ple ijoes throut;h the afunilziPR 



I might prefer, in all humility, but without hesi- 
tation, t should request Search after Triith." 

The supreme need there Is to end muddled 
thinknig among humanit y Is tha t sense of direc- 
tion that iBcans loyalty to the Kingdom of God. It 



.r,...j, . B.C "s pulp lb bouiiht 

s 1. U .sL^ii^^nd^ull^o fliaryj fio'^j^ng. j^^^> ^j^^.^^ 
th^^ one^^di^rfltrnd-^-HhWr 4)*^*fini»<rt -^f \^ ■^wil^int —production. 

leU Just where It Is that you leave - ■ 

off and Nature's other flowen begin 



East and West 

Judging t>y the following flgxires. 
uken from the magaslne "Cana- 
dian B i-.lness ■• thf relationship 
of trade betwe.en Bntiish Colum- 
bla~and Eastern Canada assunie^ 
a certain significance. This prov- 
tnce't chief e«piR« afa-lM«her, 
minerals pulp. f^.<;h and apples. 
In lumber products. 83 per cent 
ai« ioUl outside the province In I 
the matter of doors, for example, j 
which Ls becoming an Important . 
part of the BC lumber incluhtrv, 1 
only 8 per cent of the total pro- 
duction is told in Canada 114 - 1 
000.000 worth of base 
sold outside the Dominion, not 
one cent vMllun ili borders. Tae 
whole Dominion ^buys lest ili»n 
25 per cent of the fish producU of 
this province Only 5 per cent of 
with Cana 




You wander wi(lt -< y< d in the gar- 
den like a larger kind of butterfly. 
Your ears, your eyes, your nose, your 



-^^ w ' - — laWUS ^"a* wi J w^—* — -F ^ 

is that that will bring riKhteou.sness. spiritual j ,^^,^^5.^ t^^p ^^ole of you is que.stion 



Ideal^ and purposes, mercy, irutli and love. "In 
Him all things hold together ": He 1 the perfect 
expres.sinn of all that Divine Sovereignty Implies. 
Where men Uve m His power they will live in 
harmony one with another; they will revaluate 
their world in the liKht of eternal realities, 
they will attain that wisdom whicli Im- 
plies the* art of true living, for they will have 
probed a secret which makes them ma.sters of 
life as they reckon the worth of tning.s in the 
bafigi c* O f evg rlastlng truth. It Is this way of 
living that is the .solution of the age-lonR problem 
Of the many and the one. It gives validity at all 
times and In all conUngenclas to conviction In 
the everlasting resurrection.^ of His love Thi.s 
sense of direction, faithfully pursued, "reconciles 
universal and particular, makes principle the 
soul of practii-e. incarnates iatth -in -WOrkS, and 
energizes works by faith. " 



WAR DEBT PROBLEM 

The question of British war debts to the United 
States continues to crop up. and non-payment 

of 1: ' ilinents remains a .sore point with a con- 
.sulerable section of American thought. The prob- 
lem, of course. Is by what means could Great 
Britain's debt be liquidated Tiiat could only 
happen by gold, good.s or services. The situation 



llVi a world where faces beam Irom 
pansy-beds, and hollyhocks sta:^<i 
tall and brave against the cobalt 
tuning ol the sky. Prom beauiy 
unto beauty .still you seem tn wan- 
der, although 'tis nothing but a 
photograph that caught and held 
in memory one instant In tht rollUm 
yearfk of Time 

• * « 

80, from the clarkla you turned 
and wandered carefree to the laven- 
der. to pre.ss your pudscv no-sr agains' 
their long, »weet-.smf -hag clusters, 
beaded h^tber-blue agaUtst their 
(freening .stems. Twaa there, re- 
member, that the beee buiaea paw 
from flower to flower, and sent you 
trotting fast to tome place else, 
where bussing, winged things no 
longer frightened you • 

• • • 

You choile the ro.ses. and your eves 
prew round as gauccrs, china blue, 
when you were told that fairies lived 
in ro.sex < Io-miik up their srrnt<H] 
petals for iheir vents at night. Tiic. 
were, you learned, itae good faU-ies, 
wtshintf well 'o man and harm to 
none. You ihrui>i. your lace up to- 
wards a red and hanging rooe. and. 



- . _ . _ sneezing, gnlckered when it uckled 

has been put succinctly by Sir Archibald Kurd, jy^^ ^^out the nose and Hps. Now>e 

He says the United States has a lar^e part of the [enough, indeed t^, wake the faine.s 

from their very deepest sleep! 



"when a free people ijoes ^ ,. .. „, ^..^.^ - r.- , 

process of making up Its mind. " Then Mr. Llpp- j gold of the world In storage. One suggestion made 
mann says: • | is that .some of this gold should be lent to Euro- 

"For when a Hitler conlmues. to force upon tlir pi an stat vMthout interest, .so as to make the 
British the conviction that they cahnot negotiate j wheels of international trade move more quickly 
with him and that they cannot live with him. he 
Is conjuring up out of the depths of a reluctant 
btit mo.st tenacious people ,i force which i.s incal- 
culable. Tlic temper of EnnJand today is ominous 
to anyone who saw the British collect themselves 

In 1914 and .sees atiam the sii;ns appearing of...... --. - ; 

their terrible anger when llieir prolouiide.st moral j Great Britain could render to them, the most 



and smoothly. Sir Archibald points but that the 

Ameni'.uis have a high tariff tn limit British 
imporU) to their country because they believe that 
tiu more British goods they receive the greater 
vmII be the unemploynlent among their own peo- 
ple The Americans, too. restrict the services 



convictions are completely outraged and fully 
aroused II Is ominous if the Nazis fall to under- 
stand this, and what Hitler needs to .send to 
London Is not an agent who knows what he 
thinks, but someone who Is capable of making 
him comprehend the process by whicii the British 
make up their minds as to what they think. " 

A SENSE UK UIRECTIO.N 



It has become a commonplace lo say that life 
Is more complicated in thi.s era th.ui It ever was. 
Search for any conclusive argument of why this 
should 1^ so leads to a dead end, for life Is only 
complicated for those who have no set purposes 
or Id eals. It is true that many new preoccupa- 
tions have developed with the stage that clvlliza- 



important of which could be the carrlagcL of goods 
by sea fonRrcss, says Sir Archibalds has passed 
IcKislatioii to bolster up American shipping by 
the loan of money at low interest for the con- 
struction of ships and the payment of subsidies 
on their operation by .sea. T\if desire Is that a 
larger volume of seaborne trade of the United 
States should be carried In American bottoms. 

Then. Sir Archibald ask^. how is it po.sslblc In 
these circumstances for Great Britain to pay her 
debts to the United States, "since the Americans 
reject gold, goocls and services?" 



In the past year, according to n computation, 
Toronto s population has declined by 506 person.^. 
Toronto Is put forward frequently as a shining 

' example of Kf>od municipal government, and yet 



tlon has reached, and there Is a popular belief 
that tlijcrc must be participation 111 tluse. par- 
ticularly when they relate so often to the sphere 
(if pleasure .Someone once comiilainerl that life 
would be tolerable were il not for lis amusement.s, 
"Tnat Is an exaggeration, but there is a teudency 
onu yovitm and old nf this neneration to reuard 
le world as a pleasure garden wherein the chief 
jtf o f mail Is to e at. dr ink and be merry. What- 
ever may be this latter day development of social 
environment, the faculty Is Just as firmly im- 
l>lanted In the human heart todaj-ft" i^-^'?'" 
of adhering to the true and rejecfliiR the false 
That faculty Is not exercLsed as It might be: .too j 
many are caughTopr tn the whirl of cIrcumsUnces 



the asse.sjsor is blamfd for driving, people put of 
the Ontario city. 



Then the violets claimed you, and 
you Hopped on hands and knets 
upon the gra.ss. brndinK wi'h prodi- 
gious 'labor to get your pollen- 
sprinkled note down to wheie their 
purple magic brouKht the vrrv an 
to life. With dimpled iiand^ vou 
plucked a violet near its slender, 
velvet head, and pouted Juat a tit 
to learn it.s Jitalk might grieve for 
It, .so rudely iK^ndled. You tried to 
put the severed head again in place, 
but. somehow. It would net stick or 
grow like Nature fashioned It, 

• • • 

The daisies brought you back to 
smiles of warm delight. growUig m 
t^itfir colored noKs up through ibe 
gra&^, bowinu and noddinc ni the 
wind, like villagers ot old come out 
to greet a queen. What chains ol 
lovelines.s you wove from dai.-ie.s bv 
and by; making colored brat»lei.s 
for the arms, anklet.s, and chaplets 
for a tousled head, whose golden 
curls fought off the least restraint or 
orderh 

• • * • 

Each pansy. In Its green enfoldmg 
, t)ed of leaves, was a personage to 
you Ea( h had' Its counvenance. 



Finally. 90 per cent of British 
Cohimblas apples are exported. 
And yet the West U expected to 
buy from Saittm Canadal— 

W-IJ". t 

■ • .... • • • 

In Philosophic Mood 

Lord Baldwin lormer Prime Min- 
liler of England, before a gath- 
ering the otiier day said: "I am 
going through my accumulated 
papers for the last eighteen years. 
The.se papers aie m a tin box and 
if there is any Hung in them 
which will hang anybody, then 1 
shall destroy them.'' The former 
Prime Minister was addressing 
the Astley Horticultural Societies 
meeting and added his views 
relative to world conditions when 
he said: "One wonders If there 
will ever be sufficient sanity In 
this world iytween nations when 
they^wiU cease to make Targe guns 
and Instead wUl compete against 
each other In growing the biggest 
onions ItwouWbe a wiser world 
and would serve a more uteful 

purpose." — O.HJI. < 
• • • 

Anothar Phoney Sttgr- 

We were thoroughly glad yesterday 
to find out that theer Is someone 
slightly dumber than we are when 
It comes to navigation and box- 
ing the compass. Occasionally dur- 
ing our spare moments we drop 
down to the Inner Harbor and 
swarm aboard a tu« operated bv 
a friend of ours. He told us an 
American tug boat capUln he 
knows had a really .stupid pas- 
senger. It appears that after 
hauling several barges out of 
Seattle the skipper .of . the iug 



down 

from a Are truck and chasing 
buns along a busy street is prob- 
ably one of tht leas common 

sights of any dty. - But It can 
happ«n — and did. dh Friday 

afternoon After watclUng the 
fire department s brand new aerial 
ladder In operation for the flrst 
!;!!:'- several of ine fire wardens 
Hiid aldermen derided that they 
would Jike H ride on the huire 
shiny Jimck. and with siren 
screaming. It set off through the 
nty Now there is one alderman 
who believes In makloK the most 
of opportunity, and as the truck 
was pa-sslng his lavont* bakery 
he had It stopped, ran into the 
sTore rtiid ri'tunied with a large 
paper bag of buns Back in the 
city again, the truck .stopped once 
more to let the bun-laden city 
father dismount; but he stumbled 
In getting on the bag burst, and 
tu dozen or ^ more buns trundled 

j]j/1^5rps«' ti^ •ii.etJhQ^ 
the aldermSn i^r'paifettulaf ia 
most things, he was not too par- 
ticular to Cha.'^e the buns and 
gather them up from the road- 
way.— RM. 



YOUTHS* S#liei FUNNEL SUITS 

Of hr.t qumlUy mfdium irfv n»nn«* tulh In ed ».tli 
h»rd-wf»rini »rt Mlk SmsrUy Ullored A r»«l 6»c» 

to „|UM. hHTL. 1;. S r. rf • . ^ : . if 





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MODERN REFRIGERATION IN ALL 

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DICK'S 

United Kingdom Was the ■ uklss shoppe 
Best Single Customer Dur- ■ »»• 
ing Month of July 



i[etters»*(ptor 

No ItttM M UM a.aita« «tU e* .cwrttO al 
etpt or«r th« proper itinsturt and sddttM 
of tht wri'tr Thu nil* tdiBit* of oo •«• 
ceptlon No Itttar »nould aserrd ino <rard» 
la i«atta 



PRESERVING OAMf 

Sir The announcement in the 
pre.ss that the Honorable the At- 
torney-General Is considering clos- 
ing the game season on Vancouver 
Island this year .vem.s to ha\e been 
well received by everyone Tlie 
favorable eonunent heard _ on all 
sides goes to show that the sports- 
men of thU Island, after all, have 
some oonsideratiop for our wild 
life. 

The Island can be covered to 

ea.si!v bv motor that it would be 
imfaar not nnlv to the game, but to 
the dLstru t a.«. well .should any part 
be opened. In the nwtherly part 
of the Itland the dlsattrout fires 
make it unthinkable to open the 
M>a.son. and yet If the southern piart 
Is opened It Is equally unthinkable, 
for the shooten would then be all 
concentrated in the southerly part 
and the pnx ps.s of extermination 
would be hastened. 

Another ple«alng feature is the 
expression of hope frc(|uently 
voiced recently, that whenever the 
Kame .season Is opened, the Govern- 
ment set aside ^ame ainctuarie^— 
as In some countries, where It hat 
proved a surces." that our wild 
life, ,so attractive to us and the 



iwe^ ■JSnitary and J 
clObUcly, 1.379.000.(HK) board feet of 
.saw togs. 7.236,000 Unear feet ol 
poim^ a.sooo corda of pxt wood 
and 794.500 pieces Of K#Wn^ tte 
were acaled m HrltLsh Columbia, im- 
plying a shrinkage of 206,000,000 
board feet in the taw log acale 
from a like i^oriod la>l year, atcord- 
uig to reports of. the Proviiuial 
Forest Service yesterday. Pan ol 
the lowered cut was due to m- 
crea^e<l fire ha^.ard thus year, and 
part to external marke; coiuiitioiv 
Walerborne exporu ol log.s and 
lumber were malnUlned in Jul.\. 
when a total of 114484917 board | 
feet of manufactured lumber were 
.sent to overseas de.Mlnatioiu.. com 
liflied with r7,8»«3« board feet in 
July, l»37. * 

LABOB BRITISH OKDtRS 

Of the exporu. Great Brium took 

• . 1 ' * _ 

almoet as mu<h a^ the . iJne \\.»t( : ■ 
borne shipments from the province 
Ust >-ear, and nearly double the 
purchases from the United KUig- 
dom a year ago. Australia. 10.800.- 
000 board feet; tht Atlantic Coa.st. 
!S, 700 000 board feet and Eastern 
Canada and South Alrua each tak- 
ing a.300.000 board feet were other 
extensive movement.s 

In the Orient. lumN-rmen sol<l 
1,000.000 feet to Main Imcha. 800.- 
000 in Japan, and 3,900,000 feet In 
China, in July. 

The figure', art cxcbiMve of rail 
borne traffic, and domestic aalt. 
within the province. 



'The Rin^ From 
Rose's Is 
Everybody's 
Choice ... * 




r 

l<(>Sr s Prilf cl Dicmond CBA AA 
and 4 Sidt IM»mon«lt. . . . #9V*WW 

TUB won rwuaa Hjm 

SflMi from our rollfrilon »ti» p»rf»rt 
Dmmniid nr W»l<h >nu lav* iUair.s 
vantrd to own or clvr Wr will srrintt 
May pajrnltntt to tit rour huettt. 

Rosrs 

If M r lert 

1317 DOUGLAS ST 



vm. 

Opt Ir I ant 



E6014 



tipper ..w Mw 1 — 

marine hltch-hficer F f«lrt»t. may have a place of refuge 
with a chance to live without being 
wip<-d off the face'of the earth. 

W. D TODD 
2828 Turner Street. Victoria. B.C 
Aueust 18. 1038. 

BY YOyNO MAN 

Saanirh Resident Informs ( i(v Po- 
lice He Wa« StfiKli on- Head 
By Barglar 



The Wetaher 



M<'!eoroloKU .(1 0(T^( e Victoria BC. at 7 00 pm.. 

Alien 1 JO 

SYNOPSIS or WEATHER CONDITIONS 
Pressure Ls rising tm the North Coast of British Co- 
lumbia. , Tlie weather has been Mne and warmer 
Ihrouuhout SrMithern .'.eci ioii,«, of till"; Province but a 
few liKhi .Ma*i( !e<i .'-hnAirf- ha\e ornined m the Nor'h 
It h;i' l)<-<'n iiK>.'-ti\ i.iir with riKxIeratr trm;^! at iirev, 
111 tl.r I'l 1 ic F'roviiit'e; 

PRECIPITATION AND TEMPERATURl!;S 



picked up a 

(.1, M . leiurn trip NiKht f< 11 
and the navigation lights were 
snapped on and steerlm? was done 
entirelv bv compass The captain ! 
tired and decided to let his super- ' 
cartro fake a trick at the whet 1 
Thinking the passenger knew 
enoiiRh to hold the boat's nose 
steady the capUln stretched out ^ 
on the mart rqom couch When | 
he woke/up h»lf an hnur later, he 
claims he just had time to_ signal 
full spe^d astern before the tug 
Rrated <<k tlic sli-irr Indu-nant j 
he .swung on his pro torn quartpr- | 
master, who. wide-eyed, dis- 
claimed all responsibility. Later , 
- much later the capUln dLs- [ 
covered that the compiis.s i «iiied| 
the. name of a Seattle nwnu- \ 
facturlng firm at the top and at 
the bottom was printed the word , 
Seattle. And it was on thus word, 
and not the polntJi of the com- 
pa.vs that supercargo had been 
pointing the.noae of the tug.— 
J.A.M. 

• il • 



An alta.-k upon him In hi.«^ bed 
room, by a younr'nian who had 



Military ArtivitieB 

No. 5 ARMY FIELD WOBKHHOP 

B.C.O.C. ' 
Orders by Lieut.-Col. H. E Good- 
man. V.D.. OfBcer Oommandtog. 
Part I 

Parade -No. 5 Army Field Work- 
hop, R C.O.-C.. will parade at the 
Ko\al Canadian Ordnanc* Depot, 
Signal Hill at 20 00 hours 18 p m ) 
on tueeday. Auguat 91, Deeaa. aer- 
vloe dress. 

Pari II 

Appointments— To' be O.lil E > 4th 
I c lass lieutenant* ito qualify In -b 'l: 
James Albert Bennell May 19. 1938; 
Arthur Devo (nellaiul, Mav 20, 10;»B 
'DO. No. 305, dated August 11, 1938 
Promotion. No. 1 Bectlon-rCpl E 



I 



TOCKERS 
.ECURITY 
^TORACI C 



VICTORIA'S FINg 

FURMITUIIg • 
. • WARgNOU 

MOVING •PACKI 
•. 'ntoMcaisi 



puneral S^rbice 




room, by a younr-<nan who n«Q,^, MacKay to be acting-sergeant, 
broken into the room through a|* ^jt^^^atlons -33 Pte O C Taylor, 
window, vias reporf/^d at the nty ^ ^ Mit( hell. 3.^ Pie J 

police .Mat ion by Robert R South- „ r Horn, 

well 431 Davida Street. Saanlch at , J. A. BENNELL. 

3 odock yesterday morning. 



age, its name, and something "f « 

character Some you said, were vid Glancmg Over Sport 



. _ , , I I Precipitation for twelve hours to 5 00 p m . tempera- 
and blown .-xbout by any w ind of chance Theyj ■ ' *— ' 



tee themselves and vLsualize their ; doing.s a.s 
creatures of a fate strohger than themselves, 
they do not .stniggle enough to make their llve.s 
their own. - . . '• 

The fact Is that an IntHvlduml'f thoughts belong 
t.0 himself, and he t ;in make them govern hl.s 
conduct. .A philo.sopher {las.said:. It is easy m 
the world to live after the-worlds opinion; It Is 
easy In solitude to live after our own, tr.it the 
great man la he ?vjDp,..ln the midst of the world, 
maintains with perfect sweetness -the Indepen- 
dence of solitude I I, at .simply mean.s the ability 
to remain un.swaycd by passing la.shions. by 
rphenicr.il npinlon.s. b y -th e Influences nf environ- 
ment It inc. ins til, it cu ll ir.du 111 ;,r. h> a 
ay.stein of di.scipline and restraint, can become 
the architect of his own way of thinking; he can 
avoid suirendering as the slave of propaga nda; 
he ( .in form his own Judgment and ba^e on It 
purpo.ses and Ideals. It Is thought that governs 
conduct and makes for a good oj^ eytl w»y of 



Vu t<)riH . 

Nanaimo 

Vancouver 

-Kamloopa 

Prince. Oeorge — ^ 

E.stevan Point 

Prince Rupert 

l.angara 

Atlin ...1 

I '.I A M)n ... . . . 

S»'ntt;c • . , --- 

I'oji.aiid 

.s.iii Fiiiiuisco . 

Spokane 

Lafi.Angele.s 

Pi nlicton 

Kelowna 

Ghmnd Toiia 

Nels<in 

Ka.slo 

Cv.ir.lMook 

Calgary . 

Edmonton 

Swift Current 

MiMX^e Jaw 



turea for twentv-four iiour.s 

Precipitation .Mm 

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15^ 



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.14 



01 



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M 
52 
53 
SO 
46 
40 
56 
60 

52 
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4ft 
4? 
44 
45 
33 
38 
40 
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48 
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48 
5« 



60 
75 • 
74 

m 

66 
60 
63 
62 
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82 
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81 
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74 



]|Vlng, , ' . . I Prince Albert .-- 

Life Is (Mily l uniplicated to tho.se who have an 1^'!^'*"*' ' Trace 
unsettled mentality, who refuse exercise to the | ' aATURDAY 

MitUmum 

Maximtun 

.^vrrnge ■ 

Minimum on ti e k;ra.'^« 
Weather r .it > ,• ■ • \ .. • - ■ i 1 : > 

S.no r .M WJAIIOK RKPORTS 
Victoria. Barom'ter. 30 06, wind. 8W , 18 mile? fair 

1 . Vancouver— Barometer, S6.0^; wind, W . 4 mile* 

ment. mayhap even eduq|itlon. and these arg j ciwtr. 

among the f.ictors which go .n all the time. Kamlooi* lUrometer 2fl 94 calm Uir 
suggesting different Ideals to different persons. | Prince t'HH>rge -Barometer. 30.00. wmo. N 



becau.ie they could not grow to O" 

ts tall a.s daff'Klil.s Others lautilu d 
ln.side. you pleaded, becau.se the day 
was fine, the sun was bright, and 
children laughed at i^lay upon ..nc 
lawn. They all were silent, becaiii.e 
how otherwise could one hear fairy 
mualc? That you knew. 
' • • • 
The dandehon. for all it was a 
weed, held fa.st your < lo.s*> at > n- 
tlon^ Its mUky. whnened 1 1. .•- 
turned vour fingers, hands, and ovi - 
all.s in colors scandalous, but did 
\-ou care"" You did not The damK- 
lion* danced for you. like sunbuisus 
in their golden glory, closing up at 
night, about the time voud .wave 
goodnight lo flower.s and (aines all. 
TheU- nimamet.fod r r.eru ie.s vou 
would blow, and pulT. and. blow, 
until the last .^Um filament took 
nigt to bear its aced a field or two 

away, 

• • • 

The acorn r ips *ere fairv gob- 
lets, in your nurser> Vou toasted 
.maAjL a fairy there m strance con- 
coctions, made by pre-s-slng rose 
leaves and mixing In a little water] 
;rom vo ir pain'ms se! Tti" fairies ■ 
long remembered They rame wi .i 
• liver coins whenever you had tee'h j 
to" trade, tn rendezvous beneath i 
vour pillow The' teeth, perhapf . j 
were more than fair for bargaining, 
a..* .•"liver had so little use In fa^t | 
Perhaps, vou traded beauty fo*^ | 
also from the faine.s 



After a lapae of four venrs a 
• AouiiC'^i. r ii.uned H A IJlxle' 
Fleiiger, pla\mc in the meet for 
the tint tune fk- cenrte'! upon the 
ColwOQd-_iUili.V_Ji»-'>l 

^cTmrre — n rr aiii r — thr 



Mr. Southwell stated that while 
he was In bod 'he intruder entered 
through tlie window, and when Mr 
^thwell called out to hliii he was 
struck on the head by s«me instru- 
ment, recening a .sliaht <\jt Flr.st 
aid was giv<n at tlie police ^tatlon 
The ajtfAllanl wa* last .seen run- 
ning towards Tlllleum Road. He 



Ueut. and A -Ad)t. 
C ANADIAN COBP« OP COMMIK- 

Victoria •* V I 1 < ompan,» 
Orders by Lieut -Colonel H. H B 
(•unnincham, TD, As.MaUnt. Com- 
mandant. ^ 
Orderly Staff .Sergea.ni ' t n .i.th 




I 



urrg 

G5512 




described bv Mr SoITthwell as ending September 3., Quarterma..trr- 
beuig a small man. *earing whitr Sgt T H Flavelle. > 

and running .vhoe.s. and iH ■ "T^.J't"' 

sweater v...h white marking-s ' | Sgt A L ^'f^^'^l 
The Saanirh police were notified. T:. H McDonald Next for duty, 
and an un^uciessful search was 



Cranlci((h Mousf Schnpt 

FOR BOYS 
T1»t Oak lay Oar StH4L 

f'tpt'Mtory ind HiqK. 
v. MILTON 



^ai|i|ir|i 



C. 



WIIIW ' .S' 

( tiampion liip t)v .-rMiii.i' ii . lose 
win over former ( hanipioii Hon^ 
John Hart. Fleager not or.lv won 
the grand title, but started the ' made lor tiie man 
week bv Itftini; the medal test by 
n two stroke marifin He ei.<l<'1 
the three-year rcign of fauaiii.ni 
veterans . . . .Al ReVnold 
former Victorian, wrlieis' from 
Prince George and wants me to 
settle an argument and also a b« t 
Np. »5y 8f»\i\y Buxton 

never fought Oordle Wallace In 
the Tlllirum g.\m last year or any 
other \ear for the simple leason 
■fliat Sonnv a heavyweight and 
Oordicra. welter Sorry, old man; 
but you Uise. ti ie argument and 
al.so the wager . .— Waihicr s 
last fight in ttus nty was again.s 
Johnny Bio. hUncer of ^^on- p^THf R 

ton . . . Freddy Clunk, Gorge i 

Vale Club pro. did well to finish Her Father— 1 do hope you appre- 

lii nititli spot tn the BC o;Kn -hat In marrving my daughter 



Miiwrs Ijon^ W nlk 

f.A. I LIVERPOOL O. Auk 2j 
!/<•,.- ,One hundred and twenty coal 
miners at 8allnevu;e. O., recen.iy 
had a long vi alk to the surface when 
light nmiT' deeommLssloned elect r . 
elevators. Many of 'he mln.:^ 
wn;kid a mile underground to 
air^ ^ni<:- and ■ i.mbed a^add^-r 
he surface • T 



full the p»iwer they have of expressing a,, sen.se I 
of direction of their own. Everyone has that] 
sense of direct lori, even though all or many find 
Jt Incapable of analysis or explanation When 
the ituUvidual cannot fathom the scale of values 
that Is linked With the sen.se of Incorporeal 
direction, he blames heredity, perhapa envlron- 



50 
•5 

57 
43 

13 mln 



4 mile.s. 



On the other hand, where the ladlvldufti, on the 

Juuls <if exp' ' e. sees an Ideal and accepts a 



standard, he knows whither the ^Ight direction 
Ittg. It Is true he may not walk It •Iway.s. for ^ ejn^v.n 
the way U beset with pitfalls, and he is tempted | mii^'^Vlwir 
hv seductive byways. In his heart, however, there 
Is the kno«I*dt» that tltfrtU « rlfl^V path to be 
purgutd: he knows, top, that Ufe la dynamic that 
jt -48 not mere blankness or a period of standing 
•tOl 

tfclBI. and U U Xor himatlt to say to bliAgelf IX 



cloudy. 

Prince Ru|^(U-Baro«etcr: 90 18; wutd, NW , 4 miles: 



taking fancies 
for good meastirr 

' Llttle-Chlld-Among-The-Flowers 1 
mav life hav# much \n store for you: ! 
may vou and milJion^ like you, hold j 
rhf love of beauty all your days , 
Mav you believe In fairies and find 
Ithem alvavs in vour way of living. 
I Mav He Who made all flowers, all 
I children, guard and guide your .ster* 
i Children all. among the flower's, tha; 
I IS a wish a piUrw fu* you! 



golf meet la.sl week In Vancou- 
ver in a field in nfis-i.me He 
Rot nwav to a wobbly start at 
th.c rir/w 'i;d haVe b^en furtlur 
up tne ladder . . . The Giants 
have klss.'d the pennan' eood- 
bye this year with the annomcr- 
menf that their meal-ticket 
mound ace. Carl Hubbell. is on 
the shelf for the rest of •h.' 
schedule with a sore arm J D 
. • , • 

Bungles - 

Broad 8'reet Bertie haj^ an odd 
faculty of saying the wrong 

ttui.g- n' Uir ritnt time and • I'-e 
versa. Once an aunt corifkled U) 
him that in her youth she conld 



Comtiii.'v^iotia ire B Skehan 

Parade I'he company, less those 
In permanent employment wi'.l 
parade on Moiwlay, August 22 at ^ 
headquarters. Time, 10 30 hours; ; 
dresf uniform, medals. 

Strength-Chief Petty Officer P 
C. Milne, RoyaJ Canadian Navy, and 
form«tl»_li>e Royal Marines, wa.s 
duly enrolled In the Corps of Com- 
mlMlonlre..^ on lfl-R-38 given Corp* 
No 22 and po6ted to the Goverivjrs | 
section No 17 CommUssionalre J. 
Miller having applied in due form 
10 resign, his reMgnation. having 
been accepted h' is struck off the 
strength of the corps. l7-«-38 , 
H H B. CUNNISrJHAM I 
Lieut. -Colonel, Adjutant. , 

WINNIPEO, Aug ao ^ -Infan- 
tile paraiy-is victims In Manitoba 
swelled to thirty-five today a^ three 
< K.ev were report*»d th health a 1- 




;.ou are getting a very big-hearted 
and generous girl 

Vonng Mar. I do, sir And I hope^, thorities here Two caAes are in 
'that .slie ha.s acquired thoMi fine Winnipeg anfMhe other in Brertda 

qualities from her father ' mtmlclpallty. 



Climate 
Water 
Pasture 

TlM «lim<»« along Md wattr »id 

thtir gfftCt upon herds and pas- 
ture are enough in themselves to 
produce good milk and they help 
grcsliy to make Pacific Ifca fiM 

I milk rt"*!!. - ^ -*'— ' ■„' . ,— ..j;.'-. 

1 "I»»rf CM Psctlte M*," 
I wrote a M<f, 7m a trtkvtt to Intitk 

; ColnmbM " 

Pacific IVIilk 



have 



t loudy. 
Langara 
Gstevan 



Barometer. 30 24 *ind W . 4 mile*, clear. 
Pomt^Barometcr, 30.14, wind. NW . 24 



Tatooah— Barometer. M.13; wlhd. BW 

cloud V, 

PorMand— BaroMieter. KM: wind. 



13 miles; 
. I miles: 



clear. 

- . ."Seattle B,»iomet<T 04 ■ ■ W 4 mi>A near 

Whatever his pursuits he must be up ■no- "-RSfTFcanctfco— Barometer, 3c 0. wtnd. w . i« mi.e* 



IN THt SWIM 

Uncie Wfi: lommy, I hear you 
fcre learning to swim 

Tommy— Yea. so are you. aln t 
you. uncle? 

Uncle— No m'. boy Whv ask"* 

Tommy— Oh. l )mf4 father fay 
the other -day that you had a hard 
job to keep your head above water. 



married any man she 

pleased ' tMdn t you please any- 

bodv'' Ber'ie it t.ocgntly chirped, 
and then wondered why auntie 
has not spoken to him since 

rr.ed t/>.vhool 
' .e :f '1 . .>"'■ f ''■a.' ^ • • 
he rece. erl at '.Ur agf 
The teacher wrote 



Wt.e 

ria vs 
wa 



•he 

op;nc 



of twelve 



100 2. 



to 



ofi the blackboard, and 

show the effect by multit>v .■ r ► 
ten rubbed out the r«- ^ 
point 'Nuw 8e-tr »<ked 
'Where is the decunai pomt? 



FIFTY YEARS .^Orr TODAY 

■From The Dally Coloni.M of August 21. IgOa > 
I v u g Wa er Pipes On Foii street, from Cook eastward, work- 
have been engaged digging trmrhe.'^ and laying water pUie* for 
r:m' rf.ii'iftrrahle rtiffir iltv in digging has b*en eKpert*n««d 



some ...II- • .. - - - - . ,j 

owing ;o 'he fan that abr. i' rxr, fr>ei below the surface huge twulder? 
of rock Fere encountered nerrvsilatlng blasting Notwlth>>'snfling 
the ohstacies the wrjrk is being prois«;uied rapidly, the pi;-' ' « 
u ;v,vifion nearlv to MossBWeet The woOden pipes are being uken 
up gradually s o as not to inconirenlence the consumer!, who tocm^ 
hope to have a good supply. 



Work at Naval' Hospital Ia'^ year the medl';. " r-. rjyar- 
ters of the Naval Hospital were r on'tructert and th. . . -f the 
pavilion wards is being erected. Smith Ai Clark r^u.g t;,r u -or 
A n^w sy-st^m of drainage la also being placed in Tl^.e comp.'t* 
hospital wiU not be ereeud for some time .to come, but the pian^ 
for the sarte have beet) submitted ^to and api^ovod by the loedi 
of the Admiralty 

S'ean.'r Beconie-, Dl'.ithled <JT\ RaMuda'. •; ' -''^irr.er f/'orge K 
8f«rr str'.irit 1 rork Ti»ir Sehotne m B^ihneham Bas. and bef»n^ 
diMbled. Th* Haymard went to her re*?ue on iienday aod will 
uke tM diaabMi irteamer to Seauie for repair* 



The Utile boy s favorite Tmete was 

beir.i' rr < -' ' -.ortlv t>efr)re the 
I Wfd'hi.f ".' . . ."•t spprnw'hed 

hi- ]','<■ t-.T 

Mumnui, he_^ftld ratlirT dole- 
' fully "they give l^em anything they 
like to eat for the last day or tgro^ 

df.n I they'" 

^ b: L 'l . ' - "^ g—^H J.J— I 'l .-- -^r-- » 



England's 
Best Shoes 

ON SAU 

"K" Boot Shop 

GOVT. AND FOUT STREETJ 



Organization of Air 
' ^ Raid Precautions in 
Britai n Pro gressing 

Half a Million NolunhM rH Now Being Trained for 
Duly in Kv« ni of Aitark by Enemy Planet—* 
Elaborate Syslrw Ih Being Perfected 

. , ^. B» H. /. J SAROIHT, • 

• rip^rm: n :sp»«irtirTh« Cotonut) — 

* rCApyrlsht, ■' < oii'.oii'i»t#<! H*** r»«iur»»> • 

LONDON. Aug 20.— A few wC^ks *go I wrote about air 
Uid prec«u»i**ons in England from the necessarily re- 
stricted viewpoint of an individual air raid warden, and I 
** ' said that the recruiting and training of such wardens was going 
on somewhat slowly. 1 am now able to supplement my per- 
sonal impresstdns and experiences witfi facts and hgures. the I 
^ piil)lu ation of which I hope will not land me in gaol under the 

, ■ that A.R.P. work all over the coiuury , all .^pcnda much ume trateiiu«^>T^ 
has now so greatly developed thai and down England, encoufigllULJtO- | 




Island Highwa\ Estate Ctuiniics Hands 



i("—%.-y 



no l»s:> lli.iri h-ill a million volun- 
teer» are enrolled on Jobs o; one* 
kind or another eonoemed with 
fiirmy air v.i.d^ Furthermore. the;e 
are some ttO.OOO policemen m the 
whole, of. England and all thej>e 
have now been iramed in antl-gui 
work. There are. loo. some 12,000 
'doctors, not couniUiK 
'ilents, and twice as many nurse >. 
%M of whom are expected to afford 
valuable help in an emprKPncy. 



and down England. encourigUULJtO 

vising ai.'l -r-;n.lZ!ii:.' 

hrk fKoi tc 1 i»)n 
Some of the great heeds which a 

study of local roiidu.on.s ha . br .u 'M! 
to light lj> tor auxiliary tire briK-i'^'' 
engines. There are very few n 
pni.Mnf.s in fxlstfticr outside the 
centres m KiiKlnnd. and the pos*i- 
IbUlty of vast countr.Nsido lire.s caused 
by Incendiary bombs has always to 
be remembered' iTbe Oovemment it ^^'^^ 
making' an effort to mert the shor*- 




Owtng to the driving force ae- 1 age of such englne.s. and Just nov^ 
veloped by the »1p raid department the .rate, of production has b.. ,. 

of thr Home Offlre. whK h Is under ' worked up to about a hundred ti - 
the command of an air force oCQo r i gine* a week 



naasad Bedsall tl»an haa been a 
atoady iMieaae all over the country 



Of Inatruetlonal classes for air raid 



The aim in thl.s country is to pro- 
duce a volu nteer for ce of abo ut a niU- 
llon people to ttght enemy alf TSids. 



JMeeautlons. There mu.n b«' aboul and Hodsall's policy if the Trca.snry, 



MISTER... 



.u .viKs. O. New . stead .^ roll-nnLsh type of decoration In fitted througtyut. The up.sulrs con- 
formerly of William Head. i pastel shades." tains front bedroom .suite consisting 
have re entlv puicha.spfl the above The original design of the house of bedroom, bathroom, and dre.ss- 
beauUlul house on llie Lsland High- wa.s excellent for Its pre.sent ing-room; and. openuiK ofl a ha;: 
way. One of the handsome.sl houses purpowes as a private honii" is. '.eniy- that runs dlnv)>'t liie leuyth oi tht 
outside the clty,.jilmiU, the place, two feet long, It contauis on the, hou.se, are three small bedrooias, a 
was formerly known as "Chantl' ' ground floor an attractive entrance I large guest room, and a second bath- 
clere." but has been renamed Ox- hall, with stairway. M the left la a!ro(.m 

and heiici-rorth will oe lira .ving-room twen",- .\ fpet long The c-Uite. .stir ri inu b.n k 'o 
strictly a private residence. It has with tiled .sunrooni ' :> .t iinan.s Creek. i , ; . 

been completely redecorated, the long opening thertlrom Luioush^ two acres, and impiovtiiKiiLs to me 
ouiMde finished with peach-color ' wide French windows. Also on the grounds are being carried out 
wa-sh on slu;.co. and every inch of ground floor are diniii^;-room rapidly, the .vhfm« caKiiiw for 
the, walls and woodwork inside pantry, kitchen, breakfa.'-t-iooin. and rockene.s, h.slipool, tenni.s court, and 
painted or subjected to an artutlc j den. polished hardwood floors are other attractive additions. 




YOU'VE 
GOT 



SOMETH!! 



. . . the President of a lai t^e lumlier iiig company 
in Washington inacie the <ihove statement . . . 
he remarked tiirther: "I was i.»ld not to miss 
seeing the Aeroflame Sawdust Burner before I 
left Victoria . . . and I'm sure glad I've seen it 
... we have nothing like it in the States . . . 
in fact r woirijhrV have believed it possible that 
a gas fire like you have there could be from 
sawdust.** 

Incidentally . . . the gentleman ordered an 
"Aeroflame De Luxe Burner" shipped .to-his^ 
Seattle address as soon as possible. 

« 

ONE AEROFLAME SELLS-ANOTHER 
Thanks for tht b6o«t, Fred 



AEROFLAME 
SALES CO. 



747 PANDORA AVE. 



PHONE E4623 



AFTER THE ALROFLAME . . . 
THE PUOEJUX COMES NEXT 



which has the last word m every-' What has been planned lor th- 
thing m England, will allow him. London docks goes for other nr. ' 

tiu* Ibi'cc a p- m.rv.wt nn^ (lock >tem^. .■.uch aa those at Uvcf- 
Apari from c. i, an raid precau- potil. Cardiff. Hull and Glasgow, 
tlons, 1% should Of umrmbered 'ha Meanwhile it must be acknoul- 
very strenuous eflorts have been i edged that the great effort this 
made to bring the miliury defences | country Is making to meet any 
of this count;-y up to wh.n m .on- tragedy in ^tore for it i.s havui',; a 
. idered a safe mirumum. and. on ine benellcial tllect on the Continent oi 
, . inciple that the beM form of de- I Europe. The Engli.>-h are. with ;iu 
;c!i(c i.v Hi aii.iik. (iic nm. h ivr ' Amerlcan.s. tlie mo.si profouiuUy 
lorcr ha.s been .supplied «rti a \ i.^i peace-loving ji-aple m the WO:;d. 
but offlnally unnumbert-d f4uai. iiy The fact that the iJt\'.s.sny for war- 
of pur.suit .planes and bombcri . like preparations is bcUig so com- 
acain.si the evil day. plet«'lv recognized here makes some 

HESrtTH OF TESTS L-NkNOWN nations o,i 'nr 

• <-oui'..<', wcll-kiurA 11 i,ha.| 
Hii iii.uiot uvres on a vast bcaie wxr.' 
carried out over the whole of ihr 
East and 8oiifhoa.st portion of : h" 
country in the early d^^ys p! th.-. 
Mioiith The greatest dLKreiion !• 
i n.^prved as to results, which havc i 
;'robably not all been worked oil. 
still. 11 may be .safely .siattni | 
at the defence put up agaln.si tlu ! 
:iiaglnary enemy who came over 
il.f North, S<'-i wa.s a very good one. 
nth. about 70 per cent of .sati-sla^- ' 
ory results. The Hurrlcaiif fi«hiM;^ 
iiif's Mils country has produced a'c 
.i p. .1 fo be the most efncieiu 
: : kind In tllf WO.M. 
A . ti a ^pcid of about 400 m.p.h.. 
.ind tliey are said to have given an 
rxrr>fdlnclv good arrotin' of ih»*n- 



CHIFf .lll.'iTIU 



Rt. Hon. Sir Lyman P. Duff, 
Former Victoria Lawyer, 
Revisits City 

Many old friendships, formed 

while he wa.s In prart. cr in Virtorla 
towards t he cli --. o: ' ■ ; 



When you want 

to look your best 
ask for 



HCW METHOD 

SAHITpNE ^fcRVIC^. . . 

W ith the larj^.ist dry deanin;; plant the l^land— 
with more modern cquipjiient .itxl the latest facilitiei 

— w ith the >t.itt i>t tiaiiir-! cinpl. >< ee^ -w e arr 

e<niipi'eil t<» i;ive tlu- iu">t \aluf for xciir i Uaiiinj;, 
hvi.l-et. 



M..r. 



.'lie Icaiiiiii, 



ilir 



\ .ilnr 



..f 



Tsew Mftli"! S.iiiil'iif -fivuc ■ r.d'.C'i lja!,;ain 
or clieaptr i-lcaiiini; iiu-.iii"« tlic tiim>>iiMi <>l xitne 
important proTcss^ and the" u^c or inferior maiertats 
Vou get what \ou pay for — no more. 



'l iieic s a reason \\h\ ^ "u ^.m SEE tlic difference. 




Continent wonder whciher after ail 

! the game of fighting England in the tury. were renewed hur \esu rfiay 
hope of rlfch reward* Ia worth the wheh Rt. Hon sir Lmv.mi H Ui.ll 
^.gnjjlp P.C.. Chief Justioe of Canada, re- 

\l^il■■d th«' r;!\ as < <'l the party 
o! dL^tinKUished lurr" who crossed 
from Vancouver at iln M iu liiMon of 
thie Canadian Bar A.s.s(Kiatlon con- 
vention, 

F:xpre.s.sinR rcKrrt tha! h< wa,' un- 
able to prolong Ills stay here. Sir 
Lyman ekplaliried that he had . tn 
importflnt judjjment to prepare, 
which he wished to have reach for 
the opening oi the court on Octo- 
ber I.- • • 1 
EXTENDED WELCOME 
The high regard iri which the 
Chief Justice Is held In the city was 
The United manifested when he left the ban- 
: ..Mimanrt foom in 'h- Fm.p:' ^ J'otel. 



NEW METHOD 



PHONE 
0 8166 



mtV CLEANBIII 
LAl'NOIWnS 
II NT ( LIANUM 

n^KKs . . . 

Rl (> I LLA.NLKS 
nm CUtANBBS 





EARTH BR1GHTF8T 
IN SOLAR SYSTEM 



Foreign Competition Evident 
In Latest Import Figures. - 
Of India 



LONDON. Aug. 20 (P - 

KinKd',ni>- Ion-- '.i: : r 



.selves in beating back the Eastland of the ru h maiki: oi ;i.<- Indian old 'iin'' iiw ims (p 



raiders. . j 

Ever .sinie aircraft became a fac- 
tor m niodrrn .strafet;\. oiip ol Knj- 
land's KM Hie.-: pioblrni.<. has ori ;i 
•;:at nl her Ea^slorn rivers, with. c>'. \ 
ourse. the Tliames as the principal 
i.c Mir hl;i'knut> tha; hum. in 

wt can devise cannot^ obscure t ie 
liver ribbon of the Thames shihmg' 
.:idrr tl-.r s'ars and the mocm at 
lUKht and gmrtmK mcniy aircraft "o 
a carefully dark, nrd London. — The 
!ock system of the Metropolis is so 
1 t that -the defence or London's 
ixkl.ind ha> ; urn lioadtchrs lo 
1 ho.se resjjonilBle I6r U. — Ennnnr5tt. 
.schemes, in which the A.R.P. and 
•he fire snvirrs form a principal 
part, havf gradually been Involved 

AH SEPARATE UN^TS 

There are five dot'k .sy Moms spreau 
It over about twenty-4iXj miles oc- 
■v^rru the heart of London and tnc 
nvi iMi of th«- Thame.s. It is T^w 
luanned to have each of these sys- 
;t_riM .vilf'contalned, with a suffKi- 
ent stafT trained to meet all k)Cal 
emergen''ies. that is to .sa' . »■ «> n 
dock system, in addition to u ii .ic- 
•ivf air defence as .anii-airci..f t 
Kuns. e'r, will have Its own ?a.s 
drront>imir.,T, ion ' *-niiadi>. ambulain e 
corps, wardens, firemen, first a.d 
parties, etc, A considerable' numUr 
of people will be required to meet. 
• lhe.se arrange nirnis. At one does 
alone it is intended to have a min.- 
mum of 300 ftrst-ald men. with the 
stafTn of other departments on a 
.similar scale 



Empire has suffered a .stiff setback t to exf^ t.d a weliome to i: 
In recent year.s due to the inflltra- ' ship. Finally, as the hm<'hi. i ah: 
tion of foreiKii competition. placed at his disposal was ready to 

In a report ju.s! u.sued .surM>ink; \<'>'-'~r for ficM i; i-;< ;i' House.' he 
the import trade lor the fiscal yt-ai a^Urd lor a .•^lioit i< pite, as he 
ending la.sl' March 31 the senior wished to ro bark into the hotel and 
;rade tmriiiis ; India Burma 



.AitroiMMser Saya HplendM Hi^ro •! 
Rainbow Haes Worn D«nng 
Eclipse 

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz . Aug 'JO .,r - 
Uld Mother Earth, viewed with thr 
astronomical looking-glass of the 
moon, is the brightest lady in th" 

.-olar .system. 

■ The moon-mirror studies were ci' - 
aibed here today by Dr. V. M 
Slipher. -director of the Lowell Ob- 
servatory During a total eclip.>-e ol 
the moon, the earths sliadow laus 



to liK.i ...I .1.".. .1., .1 >• ... Ds'cp 
red rays from the corona-like stinl.i 
Mil- (>; the earth s air keep tht mouu 
just barely visible. 

The astronomerr., exaininltiK il.f < 
rays the moon mirrors Mifiii o..i k 
to earth, find thai they tome liom 
sunligfit shining through the len^.- 
like earth s aimo.^phere 

The earth then, during ivi.p t 
wears a splendid halo In the foriu 

'of a rainbow tied ai" ,• i! !,« - "k.' 
.ikr a poke bonnet. !! ■ :.i.;ibuA ■. 
produced by the Htmo.phrrr atoniid 

I her rim, which rcfracu— bends the 

I rays -and selectively absorbs. Lva, 
crest ly acoantuatiiig the redduh 

I tones 

} When her face l.s in sunlight the 
earth become.' one of the albinos 
amoiiR planrtv ?<hf reflect.' more 



light than .most of them. The aatro- 
nomica] term' for this reflection is 
albedo. 

Kail nay iltsithed 
From All Blame 



WASHINOTON, AUff. 30 <iP>.— Tha 

li;irr.-ta!r <"n?nmercr Commission 
todav ab 'ihrtl the Chicago. Mll- 
ABukor .St r'aiil and Pacific rail- 
road ol blame in connection with 
tl^ •derailment of its train. Olym- 
pian near Swigrus. Mont . June 1!). 
Fort v-.vf\en jK-r.sons were killed in 
the wreck. 

Ttie accKlent. tht commissloa 
^ald. was caused by the "under- 

mliiiiiK c»r the piers of a bridge, due 

to H rloiidbur.sl •* 



u.tiy. 



TAX SALE OF LANDS 

• ' 

Victoria As^e^sment Dibulu 

The Tax Sale of Lands for clclmtjtient taxes will he field at my 
cffice. Government Buildings' Annex, Corner Government and 
Su^cfior Streets. Victoria. B.C., on"Thui*sday. September 15. 1938, 
at 10 o'clock iffltRTtorenoon. 

Lands, upon which land taxes and school rates arc delinquent 
for the year 1934. will be exposed for sale. 

A list of properties to be ottered at Tax Sale can be obtained 
by applying to the Provincial Collector, Parliament Buildings, 
Victoria, B.C. 

The Tax Sale List will be published in The British Columbia 

Gitettc prior to date of Mle. ^ ^ 

F. J. SEH L, 

ProvmciiFXdUector. 



and Cfvlon < • 

C}erman.\ . Jai>.iii in.u 
States have beiunn: 
bu.slne.SB rlvnbf to the United King- 
dom (vrrinan Inroads wero partic- 
ularly pronounced in the .^aie ol 
motor cars. 

IMPOSSIBLE COMPKTITION 

tierman manufacturers." th<' re- 
port says, are' quoting pri( cs with 
which It I. . almoist iin,>i«.s.Mb;c lo 
compete and whirii apix ar lo l^ear 
little rel.'^Mon t.. (>i>t ol production 

German linporls continue to ex- 
pand in other directions and an 
acute .stale ol crnip^t ;t ion i^ rr- 
poried m steels of all t.\pes and 
chemicals. 

Inii«i;' •■ • United Biaie.s 
rue rti),i: a • . 50 per cent, 
mamlv .due to n.. i-a.'ed fthlpnienlii 
n{ raw cotton, motor cars, mach- 
inery, lubricating oil and haid*aie 
' ITALY DOI BLES §ALE8 

Cin: irrrntly, Italy more than 
doutjUd her .salr.^ artificial silk 
sarn.s and woolen ijoods accounting 
for the major share ol tlie incrensr 

Japanese competition wa.s part.' - 
ulftrlv confined to ma<l,:t,fr- f >r- 
tncal instrumeni*. gia^.'-^^arp and 
woolea^. « 

Total \'al;ie of Imports for the 
vrar incre.vfd 4 80.000.000 to 1.740.- 
>oo n(x) r.ipw.s I'l'hp current value 
..f a rupee u approximately thirly- 
-even cents ' Exports dropped by 
1 SOT), 000 rupees-tn i 89o oooiioo. 

UNIVERSITY MAKES ' ~ 
APPEAL FOR FUNDS 



meet someMriends. "I know Ihev 
will likf to .<»ee me, ' said the form* i 

I lilted <'»'»^''" 
taiinidablej The Chlel Ju.mkc in (oiuer.sation 
with old timer.s herr, became remi- 
ni'-" t)t and madf Intjulrles about 
rr.anv wl.o had passed away He 
recalled his associations wl'h the 
[late Hon. Wiiliam Ttmpleman and 
also the late B C Nicholas, for 
I years < ^!:'-'V "! T' r ■]-.■ . 

I MON ( I t It MF MHKR 
ReiHihlng njembership In the 

fr.icm Club diirjine hi.*^ absence from 
thr city, the Chi'^f Ju-^tice expresw>d 
tlio opinion that he always regarded 
himsrif a.s a citizen -of Victoria. 

All wlio had b 'cn associated «lfh 
I tliP cilrl law firm h' V \<;'h vkh'.cli hp 
I wa.s a V iuf»r mnnb< r were rpcalled 
bv him. Including Charles E Wilson 
ho uas his law studcjiL.. Harrv and 
Ja"k La\»»^on .Jack .''wept and Miss 
'Ali'p MPllon Mr^ K T. 

Hughe.' < w tio 
Hp asked "Tfif 
H A Marlean 
' McInto<-h and 
' man 



wa.s his recretary. 
R T KUMt. KC. 
K r JndRp Ch.-irlPs 
.fiidyp P P Lamp- 



VICTORIA MAN IS 
KILLLD IN SOUTH 



HALIFAX Auk 20 tP, — Dut' 
<■ . rv.'.pr.sitv la* Issued an *p- 
i ' . $4 4inooO to cover cancella- 
.. . j.i e.rnt de bt, additional en- 
dow menu and eftctlon of nc». 
buiidmg.s. ir Aas lea/.^cd !/^dav A 
printed appcBi w.i. d..s!r,.^:itPd to 
K'r»d'iate> and idpn's a"'en'ti,.^ 
•hP iiniversity'j centennial, reunion 
cplebrations here this week 



Discovers Mm. 



TTiit cl»kn ••■trrmt tntiMvue kna«n til 
^\»T Arr.'Df* •> Uonnn Cmfrsid Oil, .t 
«n »f?r.»ni in tt-.» tr»»tni»ni M 
- \rty »^» ••■■^;rjr '? ''■turt e"'"' 

• » • ,-. Or,» « r ■.<■»•. . 

M-Tir,» « t.r^.'T»'A O,, ■ ;i»»'«r' t • 
•IW It It IT >r'.'»p- f inl r-'P'TH' 

tv»n old (tubbora cmm r.*t* yi*.-.'-i i' 
lit mnavnee 

tf Mn« t Bmitrtld Oil In th« orttinal 
>v>i.i> u lold hf M*rPir!*np Onit Co ^nd 

r-i»ii«»(i fr»ry»ti»r# \n, riil t-^g of 

n j-ittntn «>B»1W sad BMUflltf ■ ...ifcln 

troubiti. (Mn.) 



Herbert WiUlam Kteenson D I p s 
" From injuries Roeeivetf When 
Stmck by Auto 

~ S t r uck wh e v 'h e - ff e pti Pd from a 
curfcj mto a safety-cone In San FYan^ 
Cisco, last Tuesday. Hcrheri William 
SteenM>n ^ native son of Victoria, 

!('•,■ ■ • rda\ , ai-' ordlng to 

a.; . < s < . • 1 Dy hi.s lainily here. 

I Mr. Steenson was forty-three years 
olage. 

I He was the son of W-^H fit'ien- 
.son. 979 Southgite Strrei and the 
late Mrs RteenLson. who pH**ed 
away here two month, aso 

Thp latp Mr S'^ei.' n was a we.l- 
knowii rp-idpnt <>f Vir.tf.ria I'aMne 
here atx>iit six years ago to w ik a 
• :, accountant in the St - fVarcis 
ifi wp f iar 8w n rianc^co 
, Whilp :n this ^ity he sprved wltii 
1 tlie Ro^al Canadian Arf.ilprv at 
IWoilt l*Olnt. H" h. n ^tr.r(\ ovpr- 
'seas with th^. Sth Rpg.mpi.i ui the 
I British West Indies, snd was an 
[active Jo^i, *r '1 f A w-.'^pr 
I Mr. S'p* r.'-'-ii. i« jMj! ,■ < 0 b'. hif 
farhfr two brothers. Robert John 
and Harold Jamef and one suter, 
Nf mle M . all at the famUy resMence 
■ .'5ou*h(r»t^ Street, and t lecand 
> "T. Mr< E D. Toye^ Toronto. 

I think there are things more 
preelou? "in the trorld^lhaja gold — 
CararOtaM. 




**WKite cop* up»et mo" 
"SwMt Copt Mt ni« up' 



SWEE T CA P O R AL CIGMflETTES 



, ^Vw^^^* ^^^^^^^^ A^^^^m 



• 1. 





THE DAH.Y colonist. V ICTORIA, B C. SIM )A V. AL CL ST 21. 1938\ 



•mm 



I1MI 

Fort 

Diil 



's! KIRKHAM'S 



(><»r 

Kt'iiable vocb 




OrartrtM . n tm 
Mtsit - • G »IH 

rr«M - . imi^ 

;kl< DMtrl»ll«M 



MiHfKS' ANp LOGGERS' WATERPROOF OOTNtMG fACK lOAtDS 

PACK SACKS -'I fFPi'jr, FAC; FTC. 

; F. JEUNE & BRO., LTD. 

»i« JQaMMN ITBUT 



j SAWDUST BURNERS 

It Mirc to %»t out Htm 1919 M«4«l l«rMf, whicii k«f Hm lati wofd to 

nwHifn (mprov«m«nM befor* in»«jfing in »ny other mile 



ALERT itRVJCE CO. 



E 4101 



749 BROUGHTON ST. 



CorMnliN •! Ilw WttiM tl Saaiiik 

Tax Sale, 1938" 

V^OTICE i\ htrcby givtn fhjf j Tj< SjIc of «ll properties on which tht 
■ ^ 1936 f4ifi hjy« not b««n pjid will be held in th» Council Ch*mbtr, 
Municipjl Hill, Royal Oak, commcncinf on Friday, SapttlHtar 2, at 10 a.m. 

K. R. F. SEWILL, 

Tai Colltctaf. 



TELLS ABOUT 

mmm] 

ACTIVITIES 



Witness Says World Youth 
Congress Inspired by 
Soviet Union 

CHARGES PROMINENT 
NAMES ARE EXPLOITED 



At Start of Return Trip to Berlin 



VICTORIA COLLEGE 

In Afrillatlon Wl'h the Univfrmly nf BrltlKti Columbia 

Tlir npiuimr i OKirr ■! Vlctorik Colittc Mill oprn for tht Mttltratlon 
• ' irirrit* tnr the itritMnn nf ItM-M on llOflday, AUBUat Uth. 

Office hourt are a» follows: ' 

Monday to Friday • . ■ in a M in 12 Noon and 3 fM. to 4 r.M. 

Kntiirniiy ..... 10 A.M. to 12 Noon 
Tie F«>«ii.tr>ir Kill he ploHVtf to a4vlao Ultandliic atttdaala Mi4 any 

de»iiiii« infnrrnftion . - 

rnday. srpiembei lAth. It tho laat ten lor rtotalratloii. laettiraa >a f l tinhit m 

Monday. Heptember IBth. 



■OARO or aOHOOL TKUimS. 



Virion*. B C . AuKunt llth. ItM. 



Vletorli Coiservative Astociatioi 

Mcttmtt tht Ward Associations will b« htid at the Campbell Building at 

t F.M. Ofl tht following dit*\ tor the purpose ot cicct n j 1. IrgjteS tO tht 

PROVINCIAL CONVENTION 

—to bfl ktM at tht City of Kamloopi on Stptambtr Ji.and 24; 



Ward I . . . • 
Wud 2 > • - • 
W#rd 3 . . . . 



Sfpttmbtr 6 
Stytwnkar 2 
• Anfrnf 26 



Ward 4 
WaT*-5 

OA Bjy 



• August 29- 
Stpttmbtr I 

• AMCMt 25 



•y Ordtrr 
f. A. WILLIS. Stcrttary. 



WATCH \mm fli 

SINGLE MEDIATOR 



ContinuMl from P»K^ 1 

.1 g the Pr: »» Ooveriimfiit 



to 



cau: 
•loof face." 

RKPORTS DENIED 

Di.N|>atches from Praha said Vls- 
cmxnt Runflman Ru-sp^nded nego- 
tiali'>tis ' \hr ucck-rnd, a spokes- 
man doiiyiiiK fcporta that a 
"Runciman plaii " V9» about to be 
prp5fntpd- B plan which, as aome 
rrports had It, would cut Oudeten- 
inmi up intf •jarsfil^ •ell-foverninK 
cantons. . 

EL'iewhfre the patha for Prime 
Minls'rr rii.inibrrlaln's lotifed-for 
Europran "appra.Mmpnt" seemed 
clnflfd at Icaat for the pre.srnt. 

acncrali!«.imo Franco s,rrply to a 
Brtttth plan to get foreign Koldl^rs 
out of .SpiUM II"' vet pubU.shod - 
war reported sn In dned by rr.-^rrva- 
{U<nr^ aa certain to force an In- 
definite delajr In the long overdue 
•rhf ine to give the Spanish war 
bao| to the 8p?:.lards. exclusively. 

Al I KflATIOVS I NPROVin 

In Komr. UrlliAh Ulplon>ats 
loufht un.siicce(«rully U^ pin Pre- 
nui^ aTmnmiIiiiI (i<iwn on unproved 
llle|tn|tinns tliat he li.TrJ sent thou- 
faruls, of iiirii Riul tow. oT war 
inatrnial to the In.sunrent grii- 
trall.<iAimo In, vtoiatlon Of the spirit 
>f the Anglo-Italian accord. 



|again.st shipiiinit/i of .supplies to 
('■■ ninfiii .Spain, was Wiwrled 
i<'.rn more tiian Great Britain over 

I the.se reports oC rdnforoed Italian 

I Intrrvrntion. 

I Hrlwrcii tlw trappliiRs of thr 

wclioiiic pMp;.ivd in (iciiiuiny lor , dupes nf a ( arefully rontrlved Com- 

I Uie Hungarian Regent and hu i munist manoeuvre. By peace, as 

I suite. British dbaervers were in- ' the Communists understand and 

rliiirri to spe dcrp-lyiiiR plans for ^"■''^ f'"" " inrant a brrathniK 



WA8HINOTON, Aug. 30 ()P),— The 

House of Rppic;.< ntallyt\s ,con.iii:t,trc 
on "un-Ainfrkan ' artivitu-s in the 
United States a.s.MKntd a Ixjdyguard 
j to accompany Dr. , J. B Matthews, 
'viaiU^ArfrT ^^K^^f^ii^ iic^i [til 
lli«' coinriHtU-c room todav aft) i trll- 
11, K how Communi.-.t.s ' <'.xi.-loltf'tl" the 
names o( Mrs. Pranlilln O. Roose- 
velt and other prominent Amerl- 
cans. 

The guard was Milgned after 
Matthews reported reeeivlng thi 

by telephone if he persl.st^'d In hi.s 
testimony regarding the purported 
inmr work^jfi at the Communist 
party. 

§TAKTUNO TCSTIMONT 

H( i.s .schcdult rt to return to the 
witness .stand Monday with testi- 
mony which committee members 
iui v 'lid be even more startling 
t.'ian ihai he Unfolded today. 

He charged the World Youth Con- 
gress now meeting at Vassar, which 
was addressed by Mrs. Franklin D. 

Rooscvilt thi.s week, was "nothing 
niore nor less than one of the 
'united front' manoeuvres dedicated 
f o f w a r dto g »t>e ahn o f th e fw el gu 
policy of the Soviet Union." 

At least Llilrty-flve of the fifty 
Anu'Mcan delegates belonged to 
Communist Front ortanisatloni, he 
.•said, 

EXAMPLE OF METHODS 

Tlio Atneriran Youth Congres.s 
is an example of the methods and 
purpose of the Oemmtmlst Party's 
UnU<^d Front.<;." he .said. •'Aiiiong 
tin- orKaniz-ations which have been 
pi rsuad< d to endorse the Youth 
Cflngress and to participate In Its 
Cnmmunlst-gulded work we find 
iiuniorou.s groups of Christian youth 
ixHipie. such as the National Coun- 
cil of Methodist Youth and the 
Christian Youth Conference of 
North America. 

Ostensibly, these orRanlzatfons 
are associated with a youth organi- 
zation which is dedicated to peace 
as one of it.s major goals. Actually 
flipv are tx liiR made the innocent 




'un 
_ lt»l 



The twenty-four-passengcr German transport plane which left Berlin very tccretih^ Oft. • trans-Atlantic 
flight to New York, completed the non-stop East- West crossing in twentytfly* houn. After making 
minor repairs tb* plane took off from Floyd Bennett Airport, New York, and returned to Berlin in twenty 
hours, to set a new record. This picture shows the German plane circling Floyd Bennett Field shortly 

_ before retuming to Berlin. 



TheKichest Child l« Pootl 
Without Musical Training— 



PREPARE 

NOW 

FOR 

FALL 
STUDIES 
WfTH A 
BY 




HEINTZMAN 



Trade in yoyr piano, radio or' 
phonofraph on one of _ thcsa 
btautiful ntw modtls. Thirty 



Htrt it btauty and simplicity unequalled 
in jny other minijture upright piano 

With the tona quality associattd usually 
h tKt. HtifltsmsR Grands. 



FLETCHER BROS. 



, (VICTORIA) LTD. 

1130 Oeuglu Sfrttt 



Pkont G7148 




Sam ehipped to within two feet of 
the cup. 

FINAL 8CORLS 
Pinal seventy-two scores Included: 

MA OUftr, Wllm Ui s t oa. Del. 141-Tl-Tt— SSS 

Jimmr Biatt, Ortat Xocit. 

..IfA. iii-T>i7ftfm 

Walter Hagrn, Uetroli 14S-11-ia— SS< 

Jimmy Thornton, Shawnet- 

on-the-Dclawara. Pa 14T-74-a0— 3M 

Arttiur Hulbtrt. Toronto . . 14S-TS-T3— 390 

Otne KuoA, Chlcato M3-78-»3 J93 

Bobby Alttrin, (Jttawt H2-Ti-7J i.n 

Bobby Burns, Montreal ... 14<-78-81 29) 

■Phil Farley. Montreal .... 14t-74-7&— 396 

Bob I.,amb, Toronto 1SI-73-73-39J 

Hay Mmif rum. Oakmont. Pa Ha-75-77 -298 

Ted Turiii-r, Clemrtiloii. .N.J. 152-73-74 399 

O. Wtl.ion. fohuri!, Ont ,. 153-74-7.'» 301 

Oordon Brjd.Mm 1 oronto .. 153-76-75 3n3 

J Noble. Kitchriirr, Ont. . 148-81-74 304 

•n llo;t. Jr . Syracuse, N Y. i:).3-7^ 'i7 306 

•K.i' (irii-vc, Toronto . no 7:) HJ 305 

U'l I) (irnrts, Hix-lu'MiT. N Y. In J3-77 105 

Jai IV I.iiilcr. Oti««a .. l ,.l-74 7'J Jiifi 

•W. L). 'Ijiylor. Moniretl ,.. JS5-7«-7»- 307 

•Fred Hobllttel. Tproqto .,. 155-78-75^308 

Let Franks. Toronto 154-77-79 3io 



Sam Kerr. Toronto . 152-78-83 

Vlr Cnrbi'tl, Port Hope. Out IM K').Hi> 

•Len Bi»«*II, l.ondon, Ont. . ri4-8n-7;i 
Lionel I!o^.>. Toronto ... 
HuKli Burtliwick, Toronto 

•Ray Oeiliffe, London, Ont. 154-81-83- 



•T Stewart. Toronto 
'Oenotea amateur. 



311 
311 
313 
314 
314 
317 

1S4.SI-80-S3I 



City and District 



Ezpreos Thank*— In a letter re- 
ceived at the city police station 
yesterday, Joe North and Alderman 

W. H Davir.s express appreciation 
of tlie co-operation given by Con- 
stables Briggs and Mercer at the 
ciUldren's picnic at the Willows. 



153-78-8 
1 .'14-84-76 



exteiLslon of German influence al- 
most completely around Czecho- 
slovakia to " - bf\r<]rr' of Humanla. 

EFFORTS TO DO.MI.NATE 
- Ikeee ptame, they said, might in- 
elude a demand that rrpres-sion of 
Hungary's own Nazi movement 
cease, to be fWlowed -by efforts 
from the outsld.^ to dominate Hun- 
garian foreign and economic iwllcy. 

Other persons, however, thought 
Horthy, who exercises the functions 
of a monarch, would go home with- 
out making any conimjtnienl.s that 
would restore his indt priident rem- 
nant of r.ie Austro-Tfungaiian em- 
pire to Oerman swr 

HuiiKary, like Germany. wa.s a 
heavy territorial loser In the Great 
War settlement. Like Germany, she 
Is an arirrieved "have not ' nation. 

SKtW MOVINCi rO! ISflENC'E 



s|i< 11 duMiiK Which the world revolu- 
tion of the proletariat may be pre> 
pared," 



TEXAS, Ky.. Aug, 20 



with a alow-worklne cn isrience has 



returned Mrs I Ft 

rinR. Thirty-three yc, 



ring was stolen, Thi.s we ^k she found 



It on a ro^'Tc-.sTep~n7'a 



-A thl»r 



SHIP HAZARDS IN 
SEAPLANE HARBOR 



Too Many Fishing Boats Aroand 

Seaplane Base at Vancouver 

Says Airpnrt Manager 

VANCOUVER, Aug. 20 <P.-WU- 
liam Templeton, VancotTver airport 

manaK^r, think.s . ..^y Ijo a 
-•Tioii.', :uTidcnt at tl;i- t i;j .seaplane 
hariKii iKTaase of the niimber of 
fishing bouts and neUs there, 

"On*" day this, week We counted 
.scv<Mit.>rn fi.shboats in thr arra 
south of tlif airport and most of 
them ■ were 
with their n 
Tem^ileton 



r.s ago the 



hrr home. 



^■ance, wlili her- ■border clo.sed |The rin« showed sigi\s of long wew. 



drifting downstream 
M> , ■ he .said 
arlded mo.st were Japa- 



.« 

In the world of renlitif 
their kniqht is YO U 



To that wife and family of 
yours there is one perfect knight 

. • . > OM. 

-If you are not to betray their 
tWst, »iir< l\ \Mii must protect 
tkem against th<* greatest miafor* 
tine that might hrfall them . . . 

to III' l> ft to f.n I- tlx- vtorlil alone 
ao<i H illioiit money to live on. 

There is only one way for a 
man of oniinarx iii< am to Iraxc 
raV'U^h money tu take care of 
drpenrlanls— ^and that is to 
iruiiirr hi« life. 

To ilo so is good hu<)iness, loo, 
for nothing muTiipliea the dollar 



for nothing muTiipliea the dollar J^^^ 

M siirrly as uninll i>aviiip< put into Jf^V ' 

I.ifr In^nran.r. \ little fore- fv^J^ 

thoii^'lit no^s M ill mean long I j 



>q^ra t>i r^MuiorV 
<lants if \o\\ ilie. If you live, 
the prorerds of your Life 
Insuranre will ensure for 
jroii a happjr, care-free 




• Sea planp I pilots have had the 
greatest difficulty In avoiding col- 
lisions and ihey are \erv much an- 
noyed abiiuf tlip iiitrrfrrrnro 
Soinplhinc will haw- in bp done or 
there is bound to be trouble," he 
said. ' • 



AMERICANS VB— 
FOR FIRST MONEY 



rentlnaed from P|ige 1 

Cooper spoiled orr nf hl.s (rrrafr.vt 
touniamcrit performances on the 
last hole of the last round. The 
Chicago .'ttar was three under par. 
virtually certain to win, when hp set 

up the ball 

— H o drov e h is t e e s hot out of bounds 
with a vldotia hook that carried 
over a ft^nce Hninc the fairway. 
ri,\\inK hl.s third shot he sliced Into 
a giilly. was barely on with his iron 
an d t h ree putted. 

The Liehthorse. more famou.- «.s 
a I'-i »r than a winner in national 
champlonshlp.s, .sat . In the lo cker- 
room waiting for SneadT And Slam- 
min' Sam r i' i h- ' <■ thrpf- on the 
fifteenth a; ■ \\>..r \ nmr for s fie. 

It was a (;.v.p thni(r. because 
Snead's .second on the par four 
ei ght ee n t h - was wtde of the green. 



Morv Troops 
Are S^nt to 
Hebron Zone 

JERUSALEM, Aug. 30 lO.-^Troop 
relnfoi cempnts werp ru.shed to Heb- 
ron foniRht as a twenty-four-hour 
( ,ii!( A w. :,t into efToct In the latest 
( fTort of British autiiontles to 
1. 1 nip out Arab terrorLsm that has 
(luii'-d tluiiiiK recPiit nionth.s 

Hebron, twenty-one miles liouth- 
west of Jeru.sMlem,' was seething 
with unre.st a.s Briti.sh frooivi took 
up pasltions on hills surrounding 
the town. Arabs had stormed into 
the town in the boldest attack re- 
cently, looting and burning ImiHjrt- 
ant buildings. 

Says Moiilk 's 
Sentence Is 
Very Lenient 

CDMONTON, Aug. 20 (^— Maxl- 
thuffl senteiKe of thirty days In jail 

for iiersons convicted of driving 
automobile^) while iiltoxicated i& 
•very lenient/' Magistrate A. H. 
Gibson said in police coUrt here to- 
day. 

The magistrate, on the b<iirh for 
the last time as he was dismUsed 
earlier in the week, imposed the 

maximum sentence on Euclid 
Leguerrler, convicted of driving his 
' ar away from the .scene, of an 



Egg Prices Ip — An incre.ise ol 
one cent a dozen ui the pilce of 
Oradc "A" medium eggs was an- 
nounced j-esterday from the office 
of the Dominion Government Poul- 
try Products In.si> . • . ■ 
Medium eggs are now aciluig wiioic- 
sale for 31 oents a doaen. 



I hold mpmber.shlp cards, Signed by 

tlie ward .secretary. 

Voters' List Open— The registra- 
tion of householders and licencees 

for the compilation of Uu> city 
voters' list, which opened at the 
beginning of this month, will close 
on Sept^'mb«T 30, irLstead of O lo- 
ber 31, hcrclolurc, as a i-Cituit ol 
the amendment to the act at the 
last session of tJie Provincial Legus- 
lature. Re.sidents who are in doubt 
a-s to tlvcir .statiLS are advi.scd to 
consult the city clerk's office at ttie 
City Hall. 



VACATION TIME IS CALLING 



GO BY 

San Francisco ~ 

San Diego 



BRUISER COACHES 

^'2ii.50 Return 



» .y-..^'8.8S * 

50t« i\TR4 vn RKiuvooti nir.iiwAy osf u*v 

New York - JH7:{.;i5 Return Chicago - 855.50 Keturn 
raus raoH ncroau - ' 

Gray Line Travel Bureau 



756 Ystet Street 



Phont I mi 



Minister Bereaved.— Hon. W. J. , 
A.'v.i'l.stlne was advlM>d yesterday ol 
the death of ills mother, Mrs. 
Samuel Asseletlne, at Kingston Hos. 
pital. Kuigston. af'cr an illncs-s of 
SIX monilis. Condolences were ex- 
pressed by his colleagues in .the 'Ca- 
binet .and personal friends. ' 



Fire CallH— The r ity fire depart- 
meiu piu out a .small blaze in a 

lumber carrier, at Rock Bay Avenue ' parted again at midnight for Van 



Tear Parties Here — Four United 

States tour parlies from many part.s 
of tlie Union arrived in Victoria 
yesterday by the afternoon boat 
from .'Seattle, and registered at.' the 
F;iiipr«.s.s Hotel. A Lackawanna 
tour party of fifteen persons, a 
Wolfe Wa^ Travel Service party of 
twelve persons, and a Chicago 
Northwest and Union Pacific tour 
pjirty of sixty -five pei.soils, all dc- 



For Fire and Automobile Insurance, Reotalt 
ui RmI EtUis CmmU 

ELSIE B. RICtJARDS 

Suite 7. Metropolitan Building. Opposite Pottoific* 

PHONE EMPIRE 7722 '~ 



and Bay Street at 3 .>5 pm. ye. ti i - 
day, and at 6:I2 p m e.\tinKuistiPd a 
blaze on a pile of old plank.s on Oar- 
bally Road. Oulc Bay firemen put 
out a grass -flr^ |tt 8:07 last night on 
Thompson Avenue. 

Appeal Made The city welfare 
relief department yesterday issued 
an appeal for a single or three' 



eouver, and a Bu^lngton tour party 
of forty-seven per.«!ons will leave for 
Vanc eom thus afternoon.. 

' Y o u n |( Connervatives Fiifran- 
chisemenl of young Canadians at 
the age of. eighteen instead of 
twenty-one was advocated at a 

moellng of the Young Conservative 
Ai tion < lub of- Saanlch Thursdav 



Fried Spring Chicken Dinner 75c 

SIDNEY HOTEL (Sidney)—]. Greenwood, Prop. 



quarter bed, a Comfortable arm- 1 of ;the preii- 

dent. The meeting felt that If men 

wetie conscripted at eighteen, they 
should be entitled to the vote at the 
.same atte It is I'i.mnefl t/i pr< .s< iu 
a resolution on tiUs subject to the 
provincial— Conservative - con venUon 
at Kamloqps -In .Septinibir I^ans 
f''r the com'uK s^a on were dis- 
cii.<i.sed, a corii; ii inn < t.ib.i' hrd, 
and an execiitlvc formed. The next 
meeting, will be held Septemter 7, 



chair, and a heater, for the use of 
an Invalid In straitened circum- 
stances, and for a perambulator. 
Those able to donate any of the 
article;; required are asked to tele- 

toiesi hire IU-p^>rl — A 100 per 
increase in the ..Jiumber of forest 
fires from la'f m-m, with 1,694 out- 
briaks repmtMl since • the first Of 

the .sea.son. emphasized yesterday 
continued need for care in the 
woods by the general' public. Pro- 
vincial foresters reported -403 new 
outbreaks during the week, mastl.v 
in small sp ot blazes. No serious 
outbreak.^ were in progress. — 



Senrlee IMay 



The 



Suhday 



you 



RAN OVER ROTTI.I-: 
First Chauffeur How did 

come 'to puncture tlie tire? 
Second Chauffeur— Ran over a 

bottlfv . _ 
First Chaulteur— Dldn't^oTi see 

it in time? 

—• Bftond Chauffeur— No, the man 
had it under his eoiat. 



Announceroentr 



TNI 



\ INSURANCE COMPANY 

MAD OfnCI TOKOfaO, CA^4A0A 



Branch Office: Pcmbcrton Building. Victoria 




Is Tlnre a Woman whose soul *s 
so dead to beauty that she Is able 

to remain in(ilfTrrent to that moSt 
Ugly ot disfigurements, superfluous 
hair? No: In her heart she Just 
hates It— but fearsr which are 
jimdless, often preveht her from 
taking the riece.wary steps to ha . e It 
removed, c : and sec Miss Han- 
man. Fear may be your companloo 
when you enter her office, bat hap 
pinesa and relief will accomptuiy 
you when you leave. 603 Sayward 
ni l' Victoria. Phone O 7643. 



.School of the .ShnntymeniB Chris 
flan As'-ociation will meet As usual 
this morning/ at 11 o cfock on the 
b<-ach at Coi/dova Bay, opjoslte the 
Japane.se gjJrdens. Pnzf< will be 
pri s^nted at the clase fo • regular 
attendance and conduct. \ in the 
TOn i ng at-'-43^ In McMorran's 
Pavilion. ?hp Sunday .service which 
IS de.Mgned for all re.sldents and 
camper.s will be held when H. W. 
Hitchman and R Hltchman will 
give short ma ^.sages. ft i.^ hoped 
that all will ^participate in TTir 



WOOD 

All-Fir MUlwood 
$2.50 



PKR 
CORU 
(In 2- Cord Lots) 



Active Fuel Co. 



i:: 



AUGUST 
FURNITURE 

SALE 



RtDROOM SUITES 

< I II ( I IIAKUWdOn H «I.M I I ISI^II 
lU HKOOM Ml ITtn— 4 on.ioini nf full 
i/r 4.tr««rr chltfam" 
'ir««Mr with »uu Mlrrtr. C^O Cn 
xal* Prtrf, rmmptH* 9^V«OU 

CHAMPION'S, LTD. 

— roar sraasY 



daughters. Mrs. H. Plgot anu Mr.s. 
.r. Fisher, VlcKAiai aiso seven grand- 
children The rernalfis are rrp'innif 
at Sand.s Mottu.'try, Ltd, where fu- 
neral ,services will be conducted on 
Tuesday afternoon at 2' o'clock. No 



iai Tas Sale—Notice of 
resumption of the annual provl: 
tag sales Was Riven ye.sterday by 
F. J. 8ehi, provincial collector, at 
his office here. The sale of lands 
for delinquent taxe^ will take place 
at the collector's office, <ommenc- 
ing September 15, mnesi overdue 
amounts are paid up at that date. 
Lands upon which 1934 rates remain 
unpaid wiU be included <n the sate. 

New Cliy Buildings— Permits for 
the erection of eight new dwellings 
have been Issued -at the City Hall 
since the beginning of the current 
month. During the week which "^'' pr.n ipal of the school. Colonel 
ended yesterday, twenty-one build- '*' ^ Ix)can, who. during the 
ing permits relating to work estl- ' "'f*'"'o<"' »iii. give a s hort U lk 

on the founding fcnd work of 
the , I^irbridge Farm » School, s T 
A. Simmons ,v-cretary of the srKirtv. 



congregational singing of old time 
favorite hymn and choruses! « 

Victoria Kipling soMet.?— The an- 
nual plcnir of flip Victoria KliilinR 
Society will -take place oh Wednes- 
day next lo Fairbridge Farm School, 
wherp the party will be met hv 



flowers, by special rej^est. 

EVANS— Frederick Agu.st as Simon 
Evans, aged .sevenly-two. S-iiiU 
Maria Avenue, Saanich, passed away 
at St. Joseph's Hospital last niglit. 
He waa boiii In Ireland. 

HEWKTT There p,i. . ed t'uiy' 
.\esterday at the family residence, 
2245 nnghton Avenue, Joseph John 
Heue • Born In Oranupvillp. Oti- 
■.11 Ki. Mr'. HeiAelt for many yca.'.s 
was in the hardware business In 
.Medicine Hat. He leaves to mount 



WOOD and COAL 

nt I K SAWDUST. - ^ C4 9C 
anii 9vt.£0 

♦JO '•''• fi.r.o 

J. L FAINTEtt ft mi 



tiT coaroaaiiT^iT; 



• «M1 



Miylielne |H: 
Vaticouvir. 
couver; ni|d 
MlchlRan j 



will be anno m( ed !:i'e 



TWINS 



Mrs J. W. Olbb. 
A HarkneM, Van- 
Mrs E. Beck, Detro'lt, 
Funrral arrangemeA'.S 



C.Ll Il.\(t OLD 



his. loss his widow, one son, Dr R. 

L, Hewett. Cordova. A].' ki ' 'ne 
daughter. Miss Mar> at home, and 
four ulsters. Mrs. L. C. B!ack 



TTfURO. N.S.. Au(f 20 M'a. 
Meliitabel Breton of Truro ajid Mis. 
Rhode DarH of nearby Brookheia, 

4 

twins, will celebrate their ninety- 

.•■p'.eh:)i bir'hday N'.'.embri !> r)i»^./ 
are believed to be one of Hip oldMt 
sets -Of »f wins In Catrada,-*- — 



SCOOP 1 SeiMtioMl Offtr 



mated to cost s total 6f 114 623 i 

were l.s.supd. Of that numt^er, four J 
permits were for new riwelling.s I 
rangi ng i n c os t from 12.000 to t2 700. I 
an d .o n e . wa s for a new Sundav 



ONLY ONE HOUR— 2 P.M TO 3 P.M. 
— GOOD FRIDAY OTTLY— AUGUST 26 



Rl ' 



"Somebody is rrving for help, but i 
1 cahnof ^ee aiubody rut «t .sea — 
i Lustigc Kolntr Zeitung, Cologne. 1 



For the WedilBf— Invitations and 
Ai K" ... ements, printed or,, en- 
graved, all new stock and correct 
styles to chooi4/from, at The Col- 
onist Prtnunir Department. 

On the Seafronl — The late Mr. 
Virtue's Oak Bay Hotel hss been 
reopened under the .naas e The Old 

Charming Inn. 

The kesi place te bay. sell or ex- 
change School Books is. Hunter's 
Bookshop, 1^16 Oovemment. 



We 



school building at a cost pi i:' noo. 

C'onsenradves Meet — A meptmB 
of W.nrd Conseivative A.<woela- 
tlon will be held In the Conser\'ative 
roomii; Campbell Building, oh Fri- 
day at 8 pm . with J Tavlor'ln the 
chair The- b;i ln( ss will be toe 
eIp< ;ion of delegalp.s to thr Bn:i ), 
Columbia Conservative convention 
af Kamloofie and other matters AA 
persons attending this meetlhg must 



] Ls re.'-pon.slble for trarviporlAf Inn^- 
rangemcnts. and members and all 
who are interested In the school 

';:] li;i'.e a .' rilendid opp^ir' ■inlf v t/i 
'ifitaui ,'.isi-hand information re- 
I garding this In tltutlon. 



$15 ELGIN SHAVLH 



miiRo ^rraovro 
ot. Luat 
• Ri.r.rrtic 



OS SALE C 
OM.Y 



OhiUiary- 




snd Dyera 
«yi aai Mlm OHK 



•nMES ALTER 
"To think t.hs* irrk '.^ ■ ; 

me his greatest Joy would be :o be 
«: ne with me." — Lustlge Sachse, 
UipHg. . 



TnouP-Puneral services for 

.Mr* Frajiees Julia Trnup -x-w, t.ike 
{tiaf St thP family re^idrnrp 324 
MiUtlai.'f .Street F>,qiiini;i :• oi. Mon- 
day el 3 pm. Ret. F. V. Venables ii 
ofBclating, Interment will be made M 
in the family plot a' Ro«.s nav feme 
tery. Flo wers left at Hay ward's B C 
Funeral Company's ehfepel before !| 
sjQjLm. slUbe taken care bf-by the 
direeton. 

TAYLOR— At UR~ residence, 1730 
Bay Street. Jame* Taylor pass^ed 
away Saturday at the age of sev- 

pt,?y -eight years. Bom In Dundep. 
.Scotland, Mr Taylor fiad t^een a 
rr«»»dent of Victoria f .r fortv-fl\p 
years, coming herr direct from Yi.% 
home in Scotland. He had been Lv- 
Ing In retirement>ror the last three 
ynrr «nd for sorr.p ■»»■■.• 'io 
•p,<ri prior t^i thiAt. Pi.girieer a* 
hP Vii-'^r a }' it. S<he'rM He m sur- 
vived b.' f)iS wf(e. St 'hP r' 'V- -r 
three soru. John W Var.f <• n 
i. P. aad R, B, «r VktwU; t«oiJ 




Ir Jrrtngtmcnt with tht m»ntl h $ > a* V ot 

♦ hu 515 Piticilly tii't'tntd 4rf thtftr, 
<•( »rt jllowtd J liinilcd numbtr — SO only 
GIT YOUW IMMCWATfCY. - 



Womtn, too will mt\rrimt 'tilt i^ul tt4 
in p«rion«l djinlmtM. 



Prtci««« iMit, Cbrtmt Pl«tt4 Httd, 
Cloteiag. StM Shtfptn.nf, Htndsomt 
Ltatlker Pevch AC DC CMfr«irt, 

AN IDfAL GIFT 



\* re* csa't slltad Hm mW, Itot 
More tsis mi ifctTtr will ht htId »er 
fs«' Orit* I SSI I *«• 



■trt 1. • «*»»«4tM« rttte MMI Stilttri ik* ,„ ., 

"t^^«^»mflw%i. ril^rt^ TM» HAHx rM r. a«a 

Wt rkartM. N« r O B •• M TM. pr\f 



•OL0 ff 



' V I r » m 



ART MINNIS rZ 



2 oroR».« 

«• T»TM ttactt 

JAMCS lAr MtAtMACr 
<t*tf BiMta aae Hmmi*. 



<«i»*lt 

er*«ie« 

ADD ISc 



i 



A 



/ 



Church Guild 
Plans Parly 
At Liingjhrdl 

A fcociBl te-1 aiul Kardi ii parly 
b* held «t Langtord Lodge- Jnt^ 
bMutlful gmindi dl Un. h. 9tm9n, 

ov<Tlf>olcu;« Lani/fwrd Lake on 
Thur.sday, afternoon from 3 to 3 
o'clock. 

Attractloiu 'A ^n ;.'.( hide Kamcs and 
conieivU, A hoiii< -r- ..king aiid cand.. 
atall will be in < hai Kefof Mrs A. U 
Bown and Mis. H. F. Dack. Tin 
V will toj^seuf' d hji» On 

< The iUuil plans w«;r« arranged at 
A mpetlnn of «t. MattlWw'i Oulld. 

t-ii.j-'lonl. held at t|.«' Jiome of Mrs. 
r N. vvvl' ii "11 Kiid.iv afternoon 
Other buMIll^^.s imlrd a report by 

the secretary- treasurer that th'> 

"Apron Tea' and garden fete hei<l 
In June at the home of Mr- J 
Biuart-Yatea had been a. mkihI and 
flnandal •ucoen. 

Mrs. H. A. HiiK k.s preaidkl at the 
meeting. The hOi>teKs asaUted by hri 
daufhttr,_lite Binbeth Welch 
acrvad tea. 



At the Hotels 



OLD CHABMINO INN. OAK BAY 
Mr. and Mra. atelnhnMs. i. Mono 
\H\n. Mr. tnd Mia, Mii.-t 
E and M. Wlngate, Purlcy. England. 
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Saston, Mexico 
City; Mr. and Mra. C. C. Norton. 
Seattle; Ml.s.s Mabel Hrazer, Mi.v. 
Maudr J. Wllkiiis. P.Lsadtiia , Mr 
and .Mr.";, Arrh Brown, Honolulu; 
Mr. -and Mrs. A. C. Young. Mut> 
Carolyn Younsr, Honolulu; Mr. and 
Mrs. P^ank H. Sod^n, Wmiblodon. 
England; Mr. and Mr.s. I) Sim lair 
Smith, Burnabv Lake. New West- 
minster; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kashr. 
Misses Carol and Ruth Ka«h. Uklah, 
Calif.; M; . I .ilM lIe Whoelrr. Rra»- 
tle: Miss Helen Cilllette, Seattle; Mr. 
and IGra. N. Hutchison. Ml86 Iso- 
bel and Mr Donald Hutchison. Win- 
nipeg; Mrs. E A. Smlthson and 
Barry Smltti.son. .Seattle, and Mrs. 
Joaeph W, .Shaw .s.-attle. 

DOMINION 

R Kslingi r. VaiK ou\< I , Mrs. W. T. 
And MLss W. Squler. Seattle; K. 8. 
Young, Vancouver! Misses M. Lund, 
F. Kerr, M. Shtuntker, Taconia: M. 

Adarii.s. Vtrloria : .Mr. and Mrs. H. 
Rain.sHV. Los Ankdrs. Mis.s M. Mc- 
Lollaii, Mrs. W. Komi)kiaskv. Wms- 
low. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Beeler. 
8««tt1rr~Mr. and Mm. T. Reeve, 
nunrllni, Mi.s'. L. DUlf. Kaii.sa,s 

CIt.v; Mr. and Mr.s. I .^peer. Kl Viw 
Texa;.; M*.-( P. Humflcf Mr'. M 
Humfleet. Tacoma; Mrs. E. Yarno, 
Mm. A. WaLnnant. Mlwes E. John- 
son and R. LIndhrrK. Mr«. I, Camp- 
bell. Seattle; Mrs M Prrlirmi nn - 
Ak; W. Walkrr. .Sratfir: .r N. i 
a'Mter, Portland: Mr. and Mrs. W. 
TobiaJ^, Peotia. IIM : Mtwes K. Oould, 
M. Oould and E. Weuss. .Seattle; 
Miss M. MrI,«Min.ui Fllrrisbunt: 
Mr. and Mrs M S Hart man. 
CWnaha; R. O. McDonald. Mrs. A. E 
Thurlow. Mt« ThurTow, Mrs. N. Mc- 
Donald, Ml'<.'! Mi'IVvnalrl. Now Wrf^f 

Lundfrren, Seattle; E. ptitlerflrld. 
Va nfoiivrr; V 
Calif 

nlpeg; Mr j A M ini and O 
Hinds, Lethbridge, MiA.srs E and A 
Bowen, Edmont.on; F. and J. Ben- 
nett. Ottawa, Knn.sa.s. 




:ev. James Hood, wiien Miss Irene 
.nnings: llaugKKr oT'llia late Mr 
Jcnnmgs. and. Mm. Jennings 
uncouvei , Uvame the bnde of Mr 
trie ChaaOlefr^on ol the late Mr 
\ff . A.-Ohandtar. and of Mrs. (dia&d' 
:(T. 726 Admirals Road. The bride 
wore an aiiracuve pmk ensemble 
.ind held a Colonial ix>!>y. and was 
unattended, and Mr. Jack Irving 
was best man. A famUy reception 
A a- held later at the home of the 
urMle's broihar-lp-law and sister. , 
.Mr. and Mrs Oaeil Blakey. Zsqulmalt 
Road, Mr. and Mrs. Chandler 
leaving immediately afterwards for 
VaiKOU^r. After their honeymoon, 
tbay will reside In Ssqulmalt, 



SAFEUJflY 

-•PICCLY UilCCLY 



I irstof tlir-M rt'k 




Rev. J. W. Steven <on, D.D., Offieiated. 



BEVERLEY 

Mr. and Mra. L. Oirdltr. Calgary; 
Mr. and Mm. Dltehfleld, Los An- 

;;el<.s; Ml.ss M. Symington, Mlu J. 
Synun^'ton, MLss Vema Russell, 
Misa M. Kii.s.sell, Edmonton; Mr. 
and Mrs. Durant, Lou Angeles; Mr. 
and Mrs. A. Burgess, Vaneoaver; 
Mr. and Mrs. U. Oetwr. Riverside. 
Cal . W. Joluiaio.n, Vutona; Mrs. 
C. George, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brcm- 
ner. Calgary; .Mrs A. Klrkwood, 
Vancouver. Mr. and Mr.s, Carroll, 
Portland; C. WUllain.sdii, Youbou, 
B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kerr. 
Courtenay; M. Mlnton. Vancouver; 
John (terow. Bum l.;ikr, B.C. Mr. 
and Mrs. Cruik.sljai.K .Miss J. 
Cruiluihank, Youbou. nc , Mr and 
Mrs. Turnbull, Miss A. TurhbuU. O. 
Stevrn-s-m, MLss S. Sklrrow, Cal- 
gary; H Horhn. Tornn'o; R. Col- 
lier. OaxvlUe, Ont., Miss 1. Petti- 
plcce, Vancouver; Mr. and Mr». B. 
Hoiaic .\l<K)re .Iiinclinn, .Sask.,; 
Mrs. and Mlss Bek, Fanny Bay, 
B.C.; Mr^and Mrs. Fred Smith and 
family. L Rainger, Courtbnay; Miss 
CUn. .Scoit, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. 
U 11.. k. W.i .;.i..;i<in. DC . Mr 
and Mrs. K. Tenme, Seattle; H. Cook 
I and party, San Francisco; Mr. and 
Mi--. Aldrlch and fumllv Los An- 
,gelcs, Mrs. HltclKii. Mn- ciregson, 
Nanaimo; .Mr.«.. K ^•\)AUhi.^. Wes 
Moore. Seattle; E Woodford, Los 
Angeles; James Sfim, Seattle; Mm. 
L. Young, Victoria. 



O. D. Belyea, Mr. and Mrs. A. 



Fraser Wright, J. M S. Talt, Mr. memory of the late Mm. Kate You- 
and Mr^. I Bodv, Mr ..nd Mrs E ' son Mr.s. H Graham acted as chap- 
Upsetl. Msr. A. Z. De Long, all of ' lain m the absence of BIrs. F. 
Vancouver; Mr. and Mm. T. H. ; Thon.p.son v^l.o has ...k with an 
Seely. Baston; P. Mather. Chicago; | accident. The card game was caii- 
Mr. andMr-s. Harold Dll^ngham, I oeUed and the pic^^^^^^^^ 
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Parrell, -Harry 
Winaby and Mu>s Mary Lois Winsby. 
all of Honolulu; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 
McViltie. New York: Mr. and Mr.^. 
R. M. Peters. Vernon, Mis* K. 
Bowler, Miss R E. Bishop, Winnl- 
,^; Mr. and Mrs. S.x-nce Thomas. 
London, England; Mis.s H and Miss 
N; Harri" k.v Kngland; Muss H Kmn. 



bera stood m silent tribute to Uie ; an old-time dance In the Rex 

Theatre on Fnd.is .Septemt)er 2, m 
aid of the Quetii of Peace Church. 



' The crocheted chesterfield Mt wa* 

won by Mrs A. E. Restell.' 

DauRhten of St. George 

Victoria L<idge No. 83, Daughters 
o( St. George, held it& regular meet- 
ing recently. Cards and refresh- 
menus were enjoyed and prizes were 
won by Mrs. A. Geurney. hrst; Mra. 
L. Lomas. .second, and Mra. F. 
Simms, third 



Weddings 

PARTINGTON— MENZIES 
Rev. P. W. Anderson offlclated at 
the marriage of Margaret, only 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 
Menrle.";. 24.'> Howe Street, and Mr 
Frank Partmctnn .sf>n of the late 
Mr. and Mrs. James Partington, 
Which took place quietly In First 
United* Church lust evening. 

TJie bride, who was given away by 
her father, wore a floor-length frock 
of Viennese blue dhlffon. with short 
Rle*ves, and a coronet of flowers In 
her hair. A't^ndinn her \\:\;- Mrs 



Vincent Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. 
Jack Tarrant. Miss E. L. Dayman. | 
Miss a Leadingham. Las Angeles; Rebekah Lodge 
Mr. and Mrs. M. A, Arnold. Robert Coltax Reb<>kah Lodge No. 1, 

Holbrook, .Miss Luetic Graves, Mrs. LO O K , will hold It.s rrKular meet- 

K F Bnien Hugh Brum, Miss | ing in the hail on Tuesday at 8 Kenneth Morris, in a frock of pink 
Ja<^plnne Eiiwright. Seattle; Mrs ] p.m. Cards will be played after the ' noral chllton, who wore-a cluster of 
Morrison Mi s Morrison. Quallcum business meetlnjf. Mrs. Elsie Tapley. lowers m her li iir and thov bmli 

^ach: Mi« Gunning and Miss D- 1 I^Jf'~' .fl'"""'-^ " vJiir 
Brand, England; ' Miss Berrtyitorta. will be a special guest, Vlslt- 



Tea D a n c e 

At Oak Bay 

The lovdr-BMch Drive Imbm of I 
Mrs Cordon Hepbum was tn /eta; 

ye.sierriay afternoon when she was| 
hostess at a tea dance irt farewel' 
to her granddaughter. Miss Cary 
Wilgress, Vancouver, who has been 

.spending the Summer holidays with 
her. and for Mr. Terry Todd, wlio 
will .shortly return to MeOlll to f-] 
same hLs studies. 

Assisting Mrs. Hepburn In receiv-, 
mg the guests were Mrs. William | 
Todd, Mrs. J. O. Austin, and Mrs. 
Reed Falge Clark. 

Others Invited in..lu(ied M: a:, 
Mrs. jack ChUd. Mr. and Mrs. H B 
WUson, Mr. and Mra. R. Wattle 
Ml.sses TcrcM- Tcxld, Marcla Prior,] 
Pamela Beard, Jean Lennox, Bar- 1 
bar a Wlnslow, Phyllis Pooley, 
Myfanwy Spencer, Kythe Mac- 
Kensle, Roeeanna Olllesple, Eliza- 
beth Martin, Beanor Hei.'.einian 
Kathleen and Margot Greer, Renee 
Watson, Diana and Daphne Ker. 
Elizabeth Stewart, Joan Portt, Anne 
Rldewnod Ann-Lee Brady (Chicago* 
and Messrs .Mu(iael Stirling, Creof- 
frey Robinson, Biliy McMlcicen. Jack 
Semmee. Douglas Sutclifler Remyi 
Ade., i'lxjiidon>, Orant Murray 
Hoadl<«y .MitehcU, Charles HeLster-| 
man. Bob Dnscoll, Dick Laird (Wm 
nlpeg), John Montleth, Ian Suther- 
land Brown, John Nation. George | 
Phillips, Jark Todd, John AnKUs 
Bill Dunbar, Bill Ridewood, Ian 
Ross, Jack Bryden. Jamie Stewart 
and .Ma Campbell. 



BUTTER 




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COFFEE 



lam 



TEA 

JameMn't. AlwBM MVlil*'' lb. 



82' 

34' 
48 



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POT SCRUBS 

Make poti smI psnt glaim 
».ih so littU ^ 5^ 
fHort - fc I- W 



FLY COILS 

Oor'» tskt ct»*nce» »i 
e( gem cirrytng 

4 £o,l. 5 



2 bir. 5 



SOAP 

Gold 

Liundry 

SODA 

Royal Crova W«iliia|. 

PI q fSfK ^ ■ 

MEMBA 

Pure p«ctin, for jam or jelly ^ ^ 




makhit. Mg., each 



JAM 



BLUING 

Rtckitt't. For a wktttr wsih. C** 
nq . tacli ^ 

MATCHES 

S«4«i. 12-kea csHea, 

tjch 

MEMBA SEALS 

The modern way te seal yaiir Q< 
im s«4 leHy iaia. Hg., each ^ 



20' 



Aylmcr. Auorttd varittiet. 

12-at. tmt Mch 



15< 



BANANAS 


Cantaloupts 


APPLES 1 


Gddtn Rip* 


Extra Larg* 


Gravcnstcin 


3 ib. 25*^ 


3 ... 25' 


7 ... 25'" 1 



HE'D BEEN LEARNING 



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ELK IIOTKL. Cn.MOX 
Lady Barnard. Mrs. A. W. Jones, 
Major D. A. Hogg, H; H, Hudson. 

Mr. and Mrv ( i. raid Murphy, all 
nradlev. Berkeley.!^' Victoria; H. Green. D. l^ackedle, 
O. ClifTord and f.amllv. Win- 1 J C. Moon, L, Dlether,| A. MacDon- 

ald. Mi vs W. f ;ra\( not. MlSs Jean 
Teetzrl. Ml.s.s K. Allen, Miss Van 
Snellenberg. Mls.s Chris H 
son, Robert D. Hodge. i J F. Belyea 



Prniiklin, Mi.s.s Mary Franklin Car- 
pinterla. Cal.; Mr. and .Mr.s h P. 
Bonner. Port Worth, lexas. Miss 
Bern.idine Unger.sma, .Slockton, 
Cal . Mis.s E. B. Moran. Filey, Eng- 
land. Lieut. -Commander C. D- nald, 
H.M.S. York, and Mrs. Donald; 
Capuin Morse, H.MS. York. Mrs. 
Morse, Mlas Morae and Master 
Morse. 



ine •••<n)hr 



•ed. 



Cmm-^Socicticsi 



We Specialize — ' 

I.ADIKS' KNGLISH OVKKCOATS 
An Excellent Selection to Choose From 
»25.00 . $2«.50 - $n0.50 H45.00 

GORDON ELLISy LTD. 

Tlir |V(,II-M HiiollJ^V SHOP 

1107 GOVERNMENT STRfc;ET 



Pro Palrla W.A. 

--Tfie Pro Palrla W.A... Canadian 
Legion, will hold a garden fete on 

Awgii-st 31. fr -m :i to 6 p.m.. in the 
beautiful stolen <>f Commander and 
Mrs. C. T. Beard. Esquimau Dock- 
yard. Afternoon tea will be served 
Aiider" i ''"'^ thert) will be irarup reading 
Home-cooking, candy and apron 
stalls are among Die features 
planned, and othejLJIttractions will 
Include nousie-housie and. a mile o( 
pennies, { 



St. .Mary s <.irl» W..%. 

Tlie St. Mary s Girls' W A , bak 
Bay, will liold lUs annual garden 
party on Wednesday in the grounds 
of the Olenlyon School, Beach 
■Drive, from .T to 6 p m. Novelties 
and candy stalls are being aranged 
and tea will be served. 

• • • 
Daughters of Englani 

Prinre.ss Margaret Row Lodge, No. 
40. Juvenile DauKlitfr.s of England, 
will hold i!s nvmihly ' meeting on 
Wednesday, and visitors from Van- 
couver wUl attend. Adult lodges are 
Invltedi 

* * *. 

Eaqulmalt 1*»KVt 

Tlie F-squi"malt subdivision of the 
Catholic Women'a League wui lio.d 



cariled Colonial i>f flowers 

iilrn'l -A ith their Mr Wil- 

liam Menzifs, the bribes brother, 
wajiDest man. 

A family reccfition wius held after 
the ceremony at the home of the 
bride's parents where the decora- 
tions were' carried out in pink and 
white. Tall white candles and vase.s 
of i>li,k ro5:ehiid.s derorated the sup- 
per Uble. which was centred with 
the bride's cake. 

Af^er thf If honeymoon, Mr. and 
Mi.s Partii /tnn will make their 
home In New Wf.'i minster For 
traveling, the bride chose a tur- 
quotJie. blue dress with a wine- 
shaded coat and acoesaorlea. 

. CHANDLER— JENNINGS 

A quiet wedding took place at H 
o'clock yesterday morning at the 
home ot the OfBcUUti^ mlnUter. 



A man In the movie bu&ineas, who 

wa-s n<-.f over-burdened with learn- 
uiK. inanimed to' climb to the top of 
tiie ladder, and eventually became 
a nim director 

It was decided to produce a Blbll 
cal film, and. In order to put him.self 
in the right "atmosphere. ' he made 
a cursory study of the Bible. 

One day, he arrived at the studio 
and a-stonlshed the company by ex- 
rlainimk' "HI' folks. I haveh't half 
been learning thing.s lately. I find 
that Dan and Beer-fiheba are place- 
and not husband and wife like Sqdom 
and Oomorrahl" 



VEAL CHOPS, lb 15c 

VEAL STEW, lb. . 9c 

MUTTON CHOPS, lb 15c 

HAMBURG 
HEARTS 

BRISKET 





lb 



9 



25^ 



Steak and 
Kidney. 2 lbs. 

Wkntrt. lb. IBt 

Cooked Ham, lb lOf 



Wt a«Mrrt th* BIsfct U Uail (iMatIMM 
stnWAT tT«ME». ITO. PICGI.T WIOOLV iCAWaPiAWl. I.TP. 



AUGUST SALE OF COATS 

R»M vwiM.s r>s SIM smii^ 

A. K. LOVE, LTD. 



.« \ ti \\ nil I T 



rrimesN Patrh la lodge 

Princess Patricia Lodgi^, No 3J8, 
Order of the Daui^hters of St. 
George, met Friday m the K <>f C 
Han with the president. .Mr . E 
Campbell. In the chair. The mem- 



Witty Kitty 

mt tmnk wooox pcrrMASi 



T^oday's Popular Design 

Bv Carol Aimcs 




WASHERS 

AT THE 

B.C. ELECTRIC 



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ktol't ■•Ik BrMbM. 

Ktat'i IIMVIM l i M fcia tnm 4 . 7 r> 
■tnt't IMItary BaW Bnmhr». ».ir 

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AT THE HOME FURNITURE CO 



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After an r\f lunn of dandnjc al 
this time of year ones left wonder- 
ing If a Turkish bath wouldn't 
have been more satisfying. 



Made to Order 

Taklet, C*bi>tttt, CH«tH ol Drawtrt, loolicsMt, CupWtrdi, Etc. 
Wt AIm Un4 Mta Oat ta De Any Li«M Carpsatsfieg 
IITIMATES ARE fllll 
-Oalr MssMtd SfiMicrt Empleytd" 

JbeJle(i4" Cross Workshop 



St4 6 Jebnsofi $>rttt 



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IN out AUGUST Put SAU 

FUR COATS 

RIDUCED TO NEARLY 
•UY NOW AN0 UVI 

posnin PVR from 



M).SI)<)M)tRRV AIR— Dt.SION NO. 6tt 

Drar Readers; "Loijidonderry Air" U the name our sty llrt fW thi s ti « 
Bant crochet ublecloth design We have prepared it In ratponM to you; 

man\ and repeated requesU for s lacy cloth worked around' a circular 
f>rtt tern— one lhal l.s lacyvet rugeed enough -o stand vigorou."; wear " Wr 
vl.iualize this one both u a small cloth for bridge tables and In banqne* 
site. Nothing It moire fashionable. 

The pattern lncludS*completei easy-to-follow directions for crocheti; 
the medallions, for Jolnlnf them and flnUhlng. Also material requlr. 
ment^ and diagram* of stltehe.v .Send 15c, coins preferred. 

Holt — MiM Almct rrceivii at l«»«t »0» tot— tof wch irtltn b»for» U li •rffj. ' 
for Uiw ««l«aia. atna «• rwu »oi»t. Wa prtat sU Um pomi»r Unitnt. 



PATTERN OHOBl FORM 



To be uaed when orderinc pattcmi and tretliil for popular designs 

To: The Dailv Co;ani.<f. Victoria, BC, 
Pa'tr'Ti Department, 
iv. ign No. 603. ' > ' 



Nam* 

Address 

I Suggest ttvt Following as t Popular De.Mgn. 



mttrnt AvaUabte by Mafl Only 



NEW FUftNITUJlE WILL_NEVER BE 
CHEAPER THAN IT 18 TODAY. 

YOUR OLD FURNITURE WiLLNEV^R 
BE WORTH MORE. Wc wUl accept it tt 
part payment on new. . 

WE HAVE 6 FLOORS OF QUALITY 
'FURNITURE TO CHffi^ FRO M . . . 
CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS. New Fall- 

stock has been arriving, and as fast as wp put 
it on the floor will be included at Sale Prices. 

EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED 01* —- ^^^ 
ALL PURCHASE&r— 

IT IS NOT NECESSARY tO TAKE DE- 
LIVERY ON YOUR FURNITURE NOW ! 

We^ will hold any purchase for you until 
required, free of charge. We w^ill collect your 
used furniture when delivery i& made. 

ONLY NINE MORE DAYS LEFT to take 
advantage of our Special Prices in 0|ur Big 

AUGUSI f-URNITURE SALE 

OUR 



LET OUII APPRAISER CALL A ND OIV« YOtf A VA 

OLD FURNITURIT 



Home Furniture Co. 



«?5 FORT STREET 



PHONE B9931 



THE DATtY COLONf^. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. AUGUST 21. 19^8 




ctivities and Notes of Personai Interest 




Social and Personal Smart Reversible Sweater 



; honored b; iiUUn Hodg«, Mr*. A. SiOM. Misses Anne 

.MU.M*«Ho»>bi«.»hrld«.ofthi.tB"'°* P"* f'*^**; -J^" c^"'- 

3ek. w.. h«lOf«r l*>«ltly wh«i """-^^^y (.a. lev, Flo Jon..v Kay 

a.. Violet FTee«ard. enleruunod all '^^'J^'^ Jf," 

linen shower at th. home o! M.s "lUivary. Vera Main Down MllU. 
mwn Miuw r « phy iia Mi la. May Moore, Gladys 

*H'^;«S^f" .*S^^fv*i?Ji^! Morgan. PYedn Mos.s. Ma Pearce, 
ptlon rooniA were eCfecllvely deco- • r^,^.u., -T^.m-r r 

fed ....... and Whit, streamer^ Ka>« ^^^^^^^ 

^H*^ **'Jr^Z,rof Buer.te Underwood. Josephine Cook. 
^"^^J?'^ * r r I Eunice Davie., Oln. Kllby and 

«r *nd lavender by Mia. Neme|^ Moaaman. Van.< :,ver. . - 
irayahaw. 1 .:'.s »• !<• conceajed 



niacin Mlu Oloru 7re«gai 
.amies wre injoycd, the prizes 
;lng won by Mi.v>es Betty Ciilt an.l 
. orma Bescott. RefrebhmeniA weif 
. :rved Irom • t«bk centred with a! 
'nirl of pink and white asters, | 
■ihUd by p.iik tiiixr.'* in (Ty.stal 
older*. Colored fclrLMmt-rh tell Irom • 
.le chandelier to the corners ol the 
tbip .md completed the ixretly »et- ' 
>)« riip hoi.les.se8 wer* assisted by 
11.S.S Bubs Wi.Ki and Aim Patler- 
;>n. The guesU were Mrs. F. Rob-j 
. ins. Mrs. F. Hawkins. Sr.. Mrs. J.| 
iryant, Mrs. T. Thoma.s. Mrs. B.| 
anner, Mrs. L. Bcsrolt, Mrs. l ! 
i.utt, Mrs. O. C Bloomlield. .M:.- 
.treenail. Mrs, B, Leeman, Mrs. J.; 
.import, Mrs. M. Wright, Mrs. C.j 
)tevTna, Ml.s.s<'.>. CHoiia P'reeRard. 
.iUda Brown, lihoU l^iKman, Ann 
Patterson, Babs Ward, El&ie andj 
jpan Bcscolt. Nellip Bray.shaw, Jean; 
iJajU; Mabel and Jeuii B*'h.tolt, Har-, 
lie! U')0 '.:.- , A,,:.i , Joiin.s'jn, ii«.t!y! 
Cult, Phyilia Bestotl. Bunty Bacon, 
aod TlMlma Hawkins. 



.MlaceUaaMW Shower 

Miss Kay* 8ton» was hostess at a 
miscellaneous shower at the home 
of her mother. Mrs. A. Stone, 217 

\VikUo<Ki Avenue, on Friday eve- 
ning, in honor of Miss Freda Moss, 
whose marrlace to Mr. James 
Cousin, will take place In the near 
future. On. enierlnn the room 
which was preUlly arranged with 
flowers, the bride-to-be was prc- 
aented ^Ith • oorsage bouquet of 
sweet peas and carnations. The 
jrtfts were concealed in a basket 
prettily decorated in shell plnlc and 
^ orchid. Tlie eveninc was spent In 
' Karnes and music, the prizes being 
won bv Mis* Kav Krrr and Mliss 
Flo Jones Supix l" wa.s served from 
a tAble covered with a lace cloth 
and centred with a silver basket 
of shell -pink gladioli, flanked by 
pink laper.s in silver randle holders. 
Pink and mauve streamers (opi- 
pleted the effective de< niatif)n Tl>e 
Invited guesU Included Mrs. E. 
Moss. Mrs. E. Fleldin», Mr*. W. 



honor of Miss Bessie MacDon- 



ald, who.v marriage will 4ak» place 
next month, a mis( ellaneous shower 
wa.s held recently by Mrs. C West 
and Miss Thelma Fenton. at the 
home of Mia. "WMt, Lansdowne 
Koad The flftfi were concealed In 
^ miniature bungalov,-, and games 
were played during the evenmg. the 
winner being Miss Hilda Bunting A 
buffet supper was served. Those 
present were Mesdames T. H. Mac- 
Donald, D. MacDonald, H. MacDon^ 
aid. E. Fenton, F Sparks, J.-Del- 
ma.stro. B Richards, F. Appleby. B. 
VauKiian, A Oldnall. T. OldjiftU, F. 
Oldnall. K. Dawes. A. Taylor, B. 
Forrest, H. Bosaom. R Tebo. H. 
Best. L. Prior arvd Misses L Hianco, 
A uelmastro. N. Ralner. E. Maun- 
drell. H CuiiJiui E. Drummond. H. 
Anderson. S Wyalt. E. Bar-... M 
RoberUon. L. ROberison. A uag- 
lalrdl. J. Uvlngston. E Kelly. D. 
John.son. H Dash, K. Wnilams, F. 
Quilty. .M Dennstedl, E. Thomp- 
son, M Forsier. L. Woodward, H. 
BunUng. F. Dawes, 8. Sneddon, M 
Oard and R Wilcox, 

• • • 
Had Linen Shower 

Mrs L. Bond ent^-rtAlned recently 
at her home on Hillside Avenue, at 
a Unen shower for MKs El.sie Fnnd- 
ley. who will marry Mr. OyrU E. 
Carter next month. Utile Edgar 
Pugh pfeaented the brlde-to-bc with 
a corsage J90uquet of mauve carna- 
tions and gyp«)phlla. A profu.sion of 
lose.s. .storks and ftadioli made the 
reception rooms most attractive. A 
vei7 realistic white bungalow, red- 
roofed, standing amidst bright 
flowers, cohUlned the many gilUs. 
Amusing games were played. Mrs 
W. Carter and Mr*. O Bond win- 
ning the prises. A bullet supper was 
.served, the Uble beinf centred with 
a bowl of mixed Summer flowers 
The guests were Mr; J FiiuHa. 
Mrs, A. G. CaiVer. Mrs. W. Buul, 
.Mr*. T. Atkinson, Mrs. J Pugh, Mrs 
W Carter Mrs O Borid, Mr.s E 
.Durrell, Mi.sse« iona and Peail 
IFlndlay, Bletn Llndley, Onle and 




|m. Robinson. B. Hudy. 
guson and 8 Robinson. ^ 




A concert m"^*"" Vat auspices of 
the Bmuli— U OiMnmnnlty CKnTwUl 
be held on Friday evenihg, Septem- 
ber 9, m the Rex Theatre. Esquimau 
Road, when the Victoria Qi^era A.s- 
Bociatlon, under the direction of 
Mr. Basil Honfall. will present 
"Scenea From a London Music Hall" 
sind "Surprise .Numbers" Favorite 
local artLsts, among whom include 
Miss Vlvlw* Combe, Mr. William 
Cobbitt,' MT*. Peggy Moore. Mrs 
Marjorie Barker, Mrs Olive Batrh- 
elor. Miss Patsy Swift. Mr.s. Vivian 
McCahill, Miss Ruth Shepherd. 
Miss Msiry HMghes, Messrs. Dave 
jrtiM, g#«^JF*pi<eTy«av^.OJ**^J^ 
hain. JTiumy NfP^e. ICrthTrr Jack- 
mann and Philip Heal will take 
part. 



Olfto for PsKtrr 

Honoring Miss Bessie Pye. who Is 
to be married shorUy, a group ot lier 
friends'^ wbo had worked together 
for several year* as member* of the 

staff of the Department of Mines at 
the Parliament Buildings, met re- 
cently at the home of Mrs. W. 
Hendry CoeklB, Klngsley Street. A 
delightful time was spent and dur- 
nig the evening the bride-elect was 
'pre.sented with a trayful of gaily 
wrapped Jams and Jellies for her 
pantry. Those present were Miss 
Bessie Pye. Mrs. Har^d Whltfleld. 
Mr.s. George Thombury. Miss Mynne 
Baker and Mrs. W. Hendry Cockln. 



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Carol Bond, Me-s^rs Cyril E Carter, 
Scott Dempster. Pens Alkin&on and 
Joe Bond. 

• • • 

Reanion Dinner 

.Members of the 19L'fi rlas.s of ihe 
Iloyal Jublk-e Hospital tield an ajini- 
ver.mry dinner last evening at the 
Oakbay Beach Hotel In celebration 
of the tenth year since graduation. 
Mrs .Dora Pierce iNew We inun- 
sier), ailed as , to&simiatre&s and 
proposed the toast to the King. 

Mi>vs Pl,illips proposed the to;i.st 
U) the cla^s. Mis.>. 'I'. At te well re- 
.spondmg. A toa.st wa& also drunk 
to "absent members" and letters 
and telegrams were read during the 
dlnnr. The t.Tble was bright with 
Summer flowers in shades of red 
<<nd white, the hospital colors. Those 
present were Mrs. Pierce, Miss Diana 
Crystal < Seattle i, Mrs Marjorie 
Macdonald i Fanny Bay). Mrs Edith 
Liiui (New Westmuuter), Miss T. 
AtteweU, Miss Hilda Butlerfleld. 
M. .'^ Ills .Stewart, Mrs. Beriha 
1.; le and Mi.s.^ Joy PhiUipe, ail of 
Victoria All members present re- 
eivefl corsage bouquets of red 
amatlons and white sweet 
, trom Mrs. H. I. Maliek. 

• • • 
At BaprMB Hotel _ 

VLMturs tfi Victoria who renLstcred 
at tile tmpress Hotel yesterday in- 
cluded Muses B. and L. David.son, 
Waco, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Pardr idge, 
Beverly Hills. Calj; 'Mr!*. ''Mar^t 
.Schwarz. Hou-tun '^'exa-s; Mr. and 
Mrs. E. G. Clark, MjiiuicapoH^; Mr. 
.md Mrs. Carl R. Jonnson. Mr. and 
.Mr.s. J K. He.\nian. York Ciiy. 

IMu-.-t K.Tthlcen .MaclJonald. Mr. biid 
Mra. C. C' MacDonajd, Mr. and Mrs. 
IR. E Rind.skofT. Cleveland, O.; D.'. 
and Mrs. ,H C Ualsier, HudsiMi, 
N.Y.; Mr. and Mr*. Ralph P. Gage, 
Los Angeles, Mrs. ''P. F. Jona>., 
Omaha: Mr. and Mrs T. Q. Good- 
win Lotii.svljle, Ky . Mr. and Mrs. 
Oeorge L. Curtis. NewtonvUle. Ma.s^ , 
■ Mr. an4 ,J^yrs J. H. Jurgensen. I'.w- 
iena. Mr. and Mrs Charles deBevie- 
lUr Kan FTunrisco. Colonel and 
Ml.- F F Nrmortlbe, Ottawa; Mi.i.^ 
.Mary Halliday. Toronto; Mrs. J A 
Patrick. 8askatoonT~SIr. and Mrs 
IliiKh fi Re:;. Seattle; Miss Beity 
Laird. Winnipeg; and Miss Alice 
Lemen, Everett, Wash. 

Enlertftin for GaeaU 

Mr and Mr.s. B Morgan and M;- 
Hany Sharpe. New Weitminaic ;•. 
and Mrs. Atkinson. East Burnaby, 
^ rtfUgaies -U?-JAr-AOr^gpvfnUon 



A.shton. Corbett, Sr. Delmastro, O. 
Kirk. A. Ingle. E Parki, W. Connor. 
E. Johnson and MLsses Isabelle 
pixon. Stella Wyatt Anderson. Ger- 
trude Dixon, Mary Cralgdnllie. 
Naomi Ashton Margaret and Sheila. 
Sneddon, Ruth A&hion, Hilda Bunt- 
ing. Helen Thomas, and Dora 
Thompson Bath, England. 

• • • 
llmteHS at Shower 

Mrs. G. M. Veach was hostess at 
a miscellaneous shower held recently 
at her home. Johnson Street, in 
honor of Miss E McMuUan. whose 
marriage will take place m Septem- 
I ber. Mi^s Wllma Pike presented the 
I Ruefft -o^ honor with a eorsake hou- 
qurf of orchid,' The gift.s were con- 
cealed in a wushing-well. decorated 
I In colors of mauve, green and yel- 
I low, and set In a background of 
' mauve gladioli. . Each guest dropped 
a t()k< n Into the w i.shlng-well and 
, made a wi.sh for the brlde-lo-be. 
Games were played and prize* were 
' won by Miss Betty Richardson, Mrs. 
A Whyte. Mrs L. Game and Mrs. 
( T, Hunt lli'v r pre.seni were Mes- 
dames Patterson. A, Whyte. J 
jx'a.^ I Stewart. M. Haynes. J. Meadhem. 
L. Game, J Murphy Alli.««n, J. 
p^lackeit. O Fry. A White. C. 
Bohanon, and Misses G Protheroe, 
W Pike P Wakeman. D. Bohanon 
and B Richardson. 

• • • 
flo^tej,se« at Shower 

- I101..X <»f- M iiiw Ethel Mp Q u I U » 

wlui.'-e marrin^t^ to Mr. Edward Mai 



Here for Week 

Mr. Lsaac Pitblado. KO. and Mrs. 
Pitblado. Wumipeg. who have been 
attending the convention of the 
Canadian Bar Association, arrived 
from Vanoouver jresterday and are 
spending a week at the Old Charm- 
ing Inn Oak Bay. where Mr Pit- 
blado will visit his cousin, Mrs 
Ralph John&tone, Honolulu, who 
with Mr. Johnktene Is spending the 
Siunnier here Mr and Mr.s Pit- 
blado were accompanied by Miss 
Maria Cannon, daughter of Mr. 
Justice L. A. Cannon and Mr*. Can- 
non. Quebec. 

• • • 

Diamond Weddinf 

A reception In celebration of the 
sixtieth anniversary of the wedding 
of Mr. and Mrs. George Hill will be 
held next mday. August 26 at the 
residence of Mr. and Mrs. George 
Wise. 464 Head Street, between the 
hours of three ,ind six In the after- 
noon, and eight and ten in the 
evening, when their friends will, be 
given the opportunity to extend 
their congratulatlotw and good 
wi.shes Both are m excellent health, 
despite the fact that Mr. Hill Is 
elghty-flve and his wife eighty «one. 

• ' • • 

Twenty -fleroiWi Birthday ' ^ 

A surprL<ie partv was held Friday 
evening ai the home of Mrs J B 
Hud.son, 1489 Fort Street in hn;,oi 



Surprise Party 

- A delightful surprise party was 
held yesterday In hoiior of Mrs. L. 

Tut hill on the occasion of her 
bu°thday at her home, Robert- 
son Street. Bridge was pla.Ncd dur- 
ing the evening and a sit-down sup- 
per served, the table being deco- 
rated with the old rose antirrhi- 
num and old ruse tulle and candles 
Ihe invited guesia were Mesdames 
Y W Bridge. J. Terry. C. R. Ste- I 
\ens W. Grant, W. Adle,' J. Glbb*, 
J Ciitxson. A Davies. F. J. Hall and I 
J Rowe [ 

* * * 

Hoiteas at Tea | 

The MLvse.s Joan Chipper and 
Alice Dhwsoii were tioste.s.^es at a 
lea held ycst. r<iav at Terry « m 
I honor of .Mi.s .Margaret Harris, a 
bride-to-be. Miss Harris was pre-| 
rented with a oorsage bouquet of 
pardenlas and violets and a Walthain 
electric clock. The guests were Mr.*^ 
A. Flnlayion. Mi.s.ses Kenworthy 



Stanley Walter* Colwood. at y o'clock. Member* 
— - . ^wishing tr.m.'-portation are a.sked to 
. ' telephone Ml.s.s Tabor al E144i7. 



Leaving for Toronto 
Miss Sheila Olbbs wUl leave today 

for Toronto to join her mother 
vKslting relatives in that city. Ml.ss ' 
Glbbs will return to the Coa.st m 
time to continue her studies at tlie j 
University of Brittoh Columbia. 

• * * 

Here From Enxland 

Mrs. e. Bland, .Ba..ii:k:s;oke. 
Hampshire. England, arrived yes- 
terday on a short- visit here to Mr 
and Mrs C Rippingale, 947 Fou! na\ 
Road, and will sail for her home 
on September 4. 

• • • 
Leave for Banff 

.Mrs c J. Prior and her daughter,^ 
M1.S.V Marcia Prior, have left for 
Banff and expert to be away about 
I a week. Miss Prior wlU play in the 
I annual golf tournament there. 

• • • 
Kelum to Calgary 

I Mr. and ilrs F F (loodman. who 
have laeen visiting Mr. and Mr*. W, 



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Audrey Bland. Dolorea Pettmgell. H. Goodman on" the laland Iflgh 
Muriel Palfrey, Thelma Speed andj « ay 

Hilda Gillan 



will take place |on August 27. a mlsj 

cellaneous shf>\v< ! •< ;i k'l\en rec enti 
Iv bv Mr.^ ."^.ini H 'Wii.'nn and Ml«| 
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r, ^ „ ..per dsince at 

Robinson. Keating. The gueRl otf i Ipj^^^ 

honor • was glvfn a corsage bouqtjet 

of gladlnli and the gifts were preL 
.«;enfed in a carriage, decorated in 
blue and white crepe paper, and 
drawn Into the room by Irenie and 
Erwln Roblruon. Thn.se present 
were^ Mesdames J Whitley h Ball, 
Miller. E May J Robinsofi, N. 
Munriell, H Ferguson, J. Fergtiadn, 
E Gaife R Patterson. L Colllnj(. T. 
Allen N Richard.«ion. B Mundell 
»nd Mb es M Miller P Ball, T 



Birthday Party (or ViMtor 

In honor of Miss Emma Yerlitz. ' 
Calgary, who celebrated her twenty- 
first birthday earlier this week, 
friends gathered at the home of 
Mrs. Alex Spelrs, 1017 Cathermt 
Street, to wish her a happy birth- 
day. An enjoy.'tble evening wn- 
spent playing gaim s aiul daiK ihk 
Other \Lsitors from CalgHiy were 
Mr. Redman, Mr. Joseph Redman 
and Miss Marion Redman. 

• • • 
News of Bereavement 

Mrs M. Lelper. 3570 Caliunet A\- 
enue. received word by cAble yes- 
terday that her brother, 4tov. W. 
Mainprice. passed^ away In a nurs- 
I Ing home In England after a lonn 
lUnes.s Mr Mainprice viMied hi.s 
Miller, here about two years ago and 
n^ade many friend* in Victoria, who 
of the twenty-second birthday 'of i »ni regret to learn of hi* death. 
Gilbert Dennlaon. Games and dartc- 1 . • 

Ing were enjoyed during the ev< - I/eavim for Fngland 
ning and later a buffet supper wa-s^ .Mr Mv^ ard Gorton Robblns. ' 
served. Those present were: Mr;,, \ounger son of Mi and Mr.' w 
Ruddock, Misses Evelyn BaylLs, Mar- Alan Robbins, Hampshire Road, i 
garei Greenway. Winnie Gardiner,! who haa been accepted as a cadet I 
Irene CK>dfre\ Pnt Phipph. Wini^:e in the CHnadmn Royal .Na\y, w.U i 
Oxendale, Messrs, O. Dennlson, Al- leave today for England to join the I 
Un Bfylla, Jim Oxendale and Bill training ship H.MS. Erebus at 
Nattraa*. ' - Portsmouth. 

• • • • • ♦ 

HnsU at DUuier Dinner Party 

Mr JusUce Sloan and Mrs Sloan | Mrs M A Dickenson was hostess 
ei.!.!tained at dinner la.st evening at a delightful dinner parly 1* ' 
at their home oo York Place, Oak [evening in honor of Mrs. G. Blsm 
« f . ^^ Mu ... x i * |>- thbrldfce, Vh6' Is vlsHlhft Tn~ 

toiia C(>.'er<^ were laid for cigttt"«ndj 
(he table and ro<)i;ns were beautl- 1 
fully decorated with gladioli, dahlias 
and ferns. 

• • • 



at LaiiKford have retume(l tO 
their home In Calgary. 

. • • 

.Mailing Visit 
MLss Violet Roche, Seattle. U the 

guest of l;er bpithn -in-law and 
sister. Mi and Mr'- Arthur Gates, 
Woodlawn C r< i< tii and ^'W\ remain 
here until the middle ol the week. 

• • • 
i.eave» for Ixtng Bemeh 

.Mlss Eileen White. 112 Montreal 
Street left on Friday night for Long 
Reach, Cal., where she will spend 
the next two weeks. 



LAKE HILL 

The postponed nionthlv meeting 
p f t >i g Lak e Hill Instnutf w ill he 
held in the Lake Hill Community 
Hall ton.orrnw at 2 30 pm. Mrs. 
J. F. Mc.Naukjht will give her report 
on the B C. Women * iMtttUtg Pro- 
vincial Conference. 



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Return From South 

Mr and Mr.v B P,.:ki; 
Street, have returned from 
tor 'trip to Ban Francisco. 



Trciit 
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At Rainbow Lodge 

Miss Olive .Maclean and Mi'.s Eva 
Moody are holidaying at Rainbow 
Lodge. AlU Lake. 

SkatarXInh ' 

The Sketch Club will meet at 2 
o'clock tomorrow near the Royal 

Victoria Yacht Club. Uplands 



CATHOLIC YOVTil 

The Caiholic Youth Organization 
of Victoria will hold a combination 
corn-roast and dance, al which the 
members of the Dum an subdivision 
of the organization will be .special 
guests. The affair will tJikc phu e on 
Tuesday evening at ilie Cadboro Bay 
Beach Pavilion, and It is hoped that 
all the ineiniier.s and frtends of the 
local groups will a.s.si.st in making 
this a gala occasion for the vLsltlng 
young people. A Jree bus will be at 
Uie pavilion at the close of the dance 
for the convenleiK <■ of lluv.<' who do 
not have cars. Arrangements are in 
the hands of Miss Mona Kelpln and 

Mt Ilnn Mill< ah\ Futl!i< I [Vd II- 
Uirs may be had by Lcleplioiung Dun 
Mulcahy at darden W. 

Einplover — Jhiik.s, you neie 
brought home drunk last night How 
do people know ^here you live? 

Butler— 1 always carry some of 

vour vLsiting cards on nie sir 



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Sav. t W H dnoror Mr. ' 4ha ttW. W*l - 



ter Oa 
with iJie 
members 
dinner 



i>n, Vancou', ' T wl 



o ,iie here 
( aii.Klian Bar A.s ociation 
fn ni the Mainland After 
the party attended the sup- 

the Empress Hotel.. • 
present were Mi,ss Bunty Leave for Reglna 
Sloan, Mr MUlon Owen iVancou- Mrs. H. M. Heftderson 
veri. and Mr*, Ral|Ai Campney 
(Ottawa). 



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Anniversary Party 

Mrs. E H Walker. 516 Admirals 
lU^ail wa-- ho.ste.ss at a partv'on Fri- 
day evening In honor of Mr. and 
Mr*. W. Theroe. who were celebrat- 
ing the fourteenth annlveraary of 
their wedding. Gifts were presented 
during, the evening Th guests were 
Patter.son. J. Mundell, E. Mundell, Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Parks, 



and son 

Jackie, who have been M itirif.hei 
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hennequin 
for the Inst six Weeks, have returned 
to-Reglna Mr and Mrs. Henne- 
quin accompanied them as far a* 
Vancouver. 

• • • 

r.E. LoyarUt.Tea 

- Tlie United Empire Loyalists' As- 
sociation will hold a tea next Wed- 
ne-dflv afternoon at the home of 
Mrs J fl King, Mount View Road, 



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held In Victoria earlier In the week, 
who have returned to their homes, 
were tiie guest* of horwr recent l> 
when Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Buckley 
entertained at their resfttoncr. 144 
Joaeph Street. The affslr also ups 
given for Mrs. Buckleys brother-in- 
la* and sister. Mr and Mrs Oeor»e 
AliCn. t;(a:ile. *ho ha\e returned to 
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Miiieellaneotti Shower 

Miss , EUleen Thotoipsbn, whcse 
rnarrlage will Uke place In Sep- 
tember, was the guest of honor a; a 
miscellaneous shower held recently 
by Mrs. Cllfr Corbett and Mrs 
Henry Connor at the home of Mi.' 
Blanco. Quadra S'rret .Ml.^^ Th.)mp- 
son received s bouquet of sweet pea.., 
gyps^philn and maldfnhalr feni. 
The^ glfu wf re concealed in a nat 
:teS;--:iVieath _ a miniature •aridr 
dressed In white and niver. Prues 
were won by MIm Gertrude Dixon 
and Mrs. Aahton and a buffet fip- 
per was served. The invited ruest/ 
wcTt Meadames Blanco. J. Cralgdaiiie 
Ra>>er, J Langford. M Orlm.^aw. 
M MacDonald, 8. Holman. Dixon. 



Wedding Party Poses at Scottish Castle | f ttlb#i>itvl&a|[ €om|ian|. 

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Canadian Legion Band Will 
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Programme in Park 



Ii!.rti.< .a;;;. 11. dependent. As a clini- 
cian. artlAt, trained mine, secretary. 
McountMit. UbnrUn. authgr or oales 
.i/ri:t your achievpments are likely 
I/) attract a nattenng amount of 

■t't«'l.!lOll. 

The chUd born on Ausu*t ai hu 
uaually very stronc Uk<t M>d dl 

likes. Thus youiiRiW-r ounhi not to 
be exicouxagpcl lo be tlmcky about lUk 
food. Of inlen."iely loyal nature.s, 
children bem on thlf date viauali'. 
throughout their lives sre blesBe< 
with numerous devoted friends. 

If a man. and AuKu^t 21' Ls youi 
nat«l da^, you have, prrhapks a dual 
personality. In atinctiv ely gently. 
(fenerou.s'Tind affectlbnate. you mh\ 
fdi f»( I itnoii' become dfcidodlv bfl- 



seriej). 

Reeponding lo many requesU. Miss 
Sheila Conway, aoprano sololat. will 
again alng Richard de Kovcn s sel- 
tliiR to Kipllni? '•R/>c*'s.slonal." and 
Sh" wlllalaobf heanl :n fhr Italian 
Street Sontr" from Vulor Herbert's 
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leu for 
1A7. 

'Hie programme will open with 
thr marrh from "Tannhan.spr " by 
Watcnrr. ajid by .six^'ial i. ijMf i tlip 
band will play Imoiher Dan Godfrey 
arranKeinent at Min frqm Gilbert 
Bi.ri Sulllvan"fc "PlraU-s Of Pen- 
'Yeotripn of the Ouard." 
( I' l.dollrr: . " and Thf Mikado " 
Thru will follow the waltz "L'E.stu- 
diantlna " by Waldenfel. and the 
"Ttaliaii S'ropt Hfiiw " .Mint hv MKs 
Conway ITie nr^^ portion of the 
programme will be completed with 
a ^'•rellade. "liove In IdlencM," by 
MarBeth. and the march. "Third 
DraROon fiuard> bv nrnphy. 

FoUowlnR the mtrrml.s.'-lon, thr 
proa ram me will ron-Mst malnlv rtf 
.Scotch numbers. rominnnnnK with 
the march. "Atild Robin fJruv ' and 
a grand .selrrtion. ' A Dav wr rv^bbw- 

B urn.s. " botn by J. Ortt nume. Mfw 
Conway will then be heard again. 

MiifinB "Jc.'--.ie'R r>i<'ani " and a 
IMri-.song. "Amur I.iiiiiir,' by the 
band will precede KiplliiR s Reces- 
Alona) ■ An "Air Varie " on the 
hymi^ tune "Maidstone" will bring 
the concert to a close. 



A weU'arraiiged- proKrummr of 
music win te-beard this afternoon 
•n Rrncon Hill Park, when the 
bntaiiiua Branch. Canadian L^Kion 
Band, under the dlre< ti'>i. (.t b.ukI- 
ma^ter Charles Ralne, pre-sentg iUtUigerent and "iiard-boiled in buM- 
aeoond Mneert of this 8uB«lsr'« fneto tfansacUons. A/i a geologist. 

astronoiner. artist. Journalist, finan- 
cier, doctor, lawyer, saleeman or 
mu.Mrlan, '.our rhancr.* of hfv oniiiiij 
a financial succeas seem to be un- 
limited. '_ _ 

MONDAY, AVGU8T M 

"LFO" 

rs for you on this date are 
from 8:15 to .10:15 a.m., from 2:1.^ 
to 4:15 p.m., and from 8:15 to lO^l.') 
pm. Thtf dangen periods arc from 
6:15 to 8:15 a.m.. from 4:15 to 6:15 
p m.. and from 10; IB p.m. until mld- 
nlcht 

Control your toiifur ihi.-^ day. for 
It can Invoivp you m a lot of trouble. 
Your personal attitude towards peo- 
ple you meet socially or in business 
ought to be bryond reproach. If voii ♦ 
wisli to avoid the pobSibUlty of en- 
Kaging in a disagreeable argument 
Unfortunately, a strong Inclination 
to be dtrtatorlal may prevail. Thla 
(»'ndPtir\ sni»uld be repressed. Ac- | 
centuated personal peculiarities will ! 
be responsible for much irritation 
This Is a good day to rempmbrr that 
"an ounce of prcvmtion U b^rur 
than a pound of mrp. " do ii'>'. 
neglect your physical well-brinR 
Married and engaged coupler and ' 
tho.se who h-T\e matrimonial prr><;- 
perl-'i forrmof.1 in their mlnd.s, will 
be wise to avoid eontrovenial sub- 
JecU. 

If a woman, aiwl August 33 is your 
birthday, vour rxwutlvr abllltv dl.-^- 
played In home or oftlcr i.s apt to win 
you a fine reputation. A stronf per- 
sonality aasures your beinlf univer- 
sally respected. Overcome any ten - 
HriK V vou might have to be ea.«;11v 
worked up over ♦rifles. You, may also 
do an unneces.sary amount of wor- 
rying over anticipated complications 
which .seldom materialise Being 
impulsive, voti .shoii'd not make am 
promise until you have considered 
all Ita obligations. You are perhaps 
exceptinnallv well qualified to be a 
musician aiti.u. .shop w tearoom 
manatser. wTiter. teacher, profes- 
sional entertainer or saleslady. You 
.should be capable of making suct 
ce.«;,s fif \riii'- married life 

The ( hlld born r>n AiiRii.st 22 \i:\s 
generally a .sfroTu: wi.l rias yoiinK- 
ster probably will be a leader In 
school and social activities.- not only 
dwrluK It.', .vrlifx)! career bii' ' - u-r on 
when It becomes an active member 
of society. 

If a man. and AuguAi 22 Is your 
natal day. you perhaps seldom 
I h;inv:e your opinion. As a farmer, 
manufacturer, InveiUor. journalist, 
author, educator, actor or salesman 
there seems to be no limitation as 
to the degree of Success you are ap- 
parently able to achieve. 



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What Today Means 



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I Another Eve | 

I ^ By JANE DllTbN , 5 

^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIHHfllllllllllllllllillllllHIIIIIIIIHIHimiHIIIIIHH^ 



"UtO" 

If August 21 1.^ vour htitJirlay thr 
l>».st hours for you on this dafr arr 
from 10 a m. \mtll noon, from 4 to « 
pm and from 8 to 10 p.m. Thr 
danRrr prriods are from § to 10 t.m,. 
from 6 H p m . and from 14 p m 
until mldnlKht. 

You may flrwl monf of your friends 
rathrr .'rrloii.'-. mtndrfl today, with 
thfir .vrii.vo of humor pon'> a.stray, so 
Iw (Hrrdil how \ou |oko or niftko 
jocular remark*. There la apt to 
prevail a Reneral Inellnatlon not to 
Indulge In nny .strenuous kind of 
physical fxrrrl.vr. so avoid trylne tO 
force anyone in\<^ doing anything 
requiring a lot of exertion ion their 
part. Thla la a good day to refrain 
from dolntr hhv kind of surmising 
for guea»uig U liable to rpI many 
'people Into trouble. Be careful not 
to break any promlae. for confidence 
onrr de/itroyed will. In all probabllty, 
prr>vr vrry dIfTlcull to rr(?ain Oood 
iiilenlion.s will not get you very far 
thla day. for It will be deed.* and 
actlona that. In all likelihood, are 
going to count Married and en- ' 
gaged .fou|il''s wrll n% tho'/- wlin* 
have dtecovrred their matrimonial 
dreama are about to become true." 
"niit to nbstfdii 't"m Iti'Iuleiiig In 
unkind comment iin!li<:iilarlii_.if 
the dl8cua<lon involvea^kny question ' 
of personal hablta.. 

If a woman, and Auguat 31 la your 
hirilidiu \ou o;iKhl to hnvr a .^tronc 
in(iiir\ -makiiiK in'liiicl You iirr 
probably vrry m<irh lntrrr.';led In 
work of a literary nature, or soino 
artistic line of wndeavof Be careful 
itljoiit t.Tklng .'iirrnl.'xi :vr rhnnrcf. 
lor ft drstrr tx) gri rich over night 
(-ost.<^ many people born on this date 
plenty of money, fie prudent, rau- 
tlOtii and thrifty If vou expert to 
hUCcrcfl It will (viv \(iu 1.1 vclrc t 
your frirndv willi (Hj^rlmlnHtion 
You are probably very versatile, and 
have a talent that can be devrloped 
to an extent that It might make you 



ONLY DOCTOR IN 

NORTHERN AREA ILL 

KKA ri LK Auk 20 (C —Dr Oraf- 
loii Hurko. only pl.vsu i;in in the i i Iv 
h'l.spit^il in a 1,000-inilr nrrn nf-ar 
Poet-Yukon, Alasky. b. ir 



here yesterday on thr strtimer Co- 
lumbia fend taken to hospital In a 

serious condition. 

He wa,^ fufTtTini; Irom n pT'. ou.. 
rollap.se and stomach ailment. An i you're taking 
Rplacopal rnlsalonary. he la founder 

nnd head of Httd.son Stuck Mrnio- 
rial Hospital and had .served thirty 
years In the Far North. , 



CHAPTER XX 

•Calm \oursrlf. Spltflrr" 8am 
cauKhl Kitty m thr crook of hus arm 
and held her. "I' s our next move, 
but were not nipvlng unUl were 
sure of our .direction." 

• Thpre's only one tlunu to do.' 
Eve said. 'Sam. you and Kitiy go 
on take the food down with you 
just R.sHhouKh tiir two of you were 
ofl for thr day nnd no our rl.se ex- 
pected. If J^fl «sk.s alx>ut me tell 
him I've gone out of town for Uie 
week-end. I'll stay here tn the Hat. 
I 11 lock the door and 1 won't aJ^.swer 
the phone or the hu/./( r Phil's 
gone. Jefl thinks we r< ;i Aa\. .-o he 
wouldn't be calling. If anjone else 
calls. It can wait." 

• What' • Kitty decried, "Atid leave 
you here with a wild man prowlinR 
under the window! You don't know 
what de\ilnieni hi'>, \ip to If you 
slay. We all stay, ai^d wo eat our 
punic under thr spreading chan- 
delier. What say, Sam? Do we 
lock all doors and all windows and 
Mav wlirre fTS are till tht enemy 
moves out?" 

Can t do It. Young Tllford recog- 
nizes 'that car of mine. My oar was 
here when hr pulled Up. so he 
(!<.. vn i know how long it s been 
here He might get wrong Ideas 
You girls get on your hats. We're 
Koing down and on with ttie picnic. 
1 11 take tliesr two ba^ets. You 
briiiK the blanket and. whatever else 



said plra-santly 'I'm taking these 
young ladles out for a breath of the 
country. Prom the size of the 
baskets, they must have ttgured on 

six of me " 

'I had the same idea." Jeff said. 

"only mine seems to he a lutle 
Infp I.onk.'- n.s If 1 in Icf l.it;li and 
(\rx nil thr lirach -unlcs.s why not 
jom mr, if Us a threesome?" 

The request was so unexpected, so 
urgent that even Kilt v was at a loss 
for an aiu>wer. Young millionaires 
with expensive carl, did not ' ai 
her door every day begging for her 
companv 

Jeff sensf'd the hesitation, was 
quirk to Uke advantage of It Tlie.^r 
people were Tllford employees He 
was doing them an honor. They'd 
know a refusal nilght not work to 
their advantage, especiallv .Sni'ed, 
I yitw was coming up fast In the firm 
I "We could drive to irtierever you 
plar.i <•'! 'o Ro or we might try my 
.shoot iiiK i ivoiit. a log shindig I .set 
up in 'np h'amapos Jrpson. niv 
driver. Is a combination chauffeur 
and chef. I brought him along be- 
cause Eve might not care to " 

He slopped In confusion, theti fin- 
ished ^> ' I guess I'm a pretty 
rotten driver. ' 

13am was caught in a well-sprung 
trap Both Eve and Kitty were 
quick to sense his ivisltion 

Evr thouKht. "Wlia; (an I do'' If 
I refuse. Kitty and Sam won t go. 
They can't. Jeflf doesn't want them, 



NEEDED COACHING 

Bin •disappointed by the iadk of 

rr..|i..!i. r lo hlS Srdri;! »r>oillgl — 

Never done anjr spooning before? 

The MaJd— Never: 

Bill- Tha'tt -need a lot at train- 
ing. la.ss. 



E^e 

■ Shnre and If 
v.i^il. look out 
liiev re bad ccs 



It s a fight," Kitty 
(or the O'Tooles. 
, to huitiiisk\s " 



'^m-; manner Of f.ctne«isteadledt«*«J'^''«*^^^^^^^^^^ jT",, "^I";; 

stand being balked. He 11 make re- 
prisal on Sam On Kitty, too. I've 
got to help them " 

"Jeff." she said, and smiled at 
him a-s radianth as though her 
heart were not hammering, "how 
nice of you to think oif tis if vou d 
hern a minute later d have. 



"Tlie top o' the mornln' to you. 
Miss CToole " Jeff swung toward 

the steps to greet Kitty Iradinc the 
procession Hello, Eve What >(>u 
carrying. Sneed, the loaves and 
flAhes?" 

"Good morning, Mr, Ttlford," Sam 



cisloti In favor of Jefl's place in the I 

RajnajKi mountains i 

"This will probablv bt thr onlv 
chance I'll ever have to see one ol 
those hunting lodges they write 
about In novels," she said "I hope 
you've got a horn handy for me to 
blow. We hunton must have our 
horns or else." 

• It's not a lodge." Jeff laughed 
• Not thr hook kind ai.M'ow Just 
a camp wIktc n f- llow lai! lo get 
awav 'loit r 1 \*ii|KMit inakini? 
too much of an ctlort. I'll stop and 
phone the caretaker we're on our' 
wav .so hr can get thln^' roinu " 

The skie' weir > 1* ar li. ' '(.<' air 
filled with Sprini; sun Iuik' tiir day 
for .vou^h and for gladness. Kitty 
kept up her running comment to 
the \a^t aniuseniejit of the men 
F5ve forced herself into thr mood of 
the moment. When he wa-s like 
thus. It wa-s easy to understand Jefl'.s ■ x 
attraction for women. Physically • 
he was a yoiiiiif god cast In bronze 
Mentally he was alert and eaprr 
Socially he could t>e as graceful as 
a woman 

Present Iv the car left the main • 
huThwav. bee. in to climb. The road : 
wew narrower, rougher, turned and 
twisted Its way amoni: trees ai:( 
underEiow'li A sharp turn y, 
brought t iw ( ar into a clearing on t 
[the top of a small mountain | 
Against a backdrop of dark pines li^ 
I and young trees In ■ their Spring ! ' 
finery of pale green leaves « « ' 
low rambling structure of 1'>rs ahd 
native field .stone 

"The careljdiffr must be on the 
JB8." Jefl said. "I see smoke (fum- 
ing out of thr back chimney " 

The four of them followed the 
path at ro," . > irlng. JefT leading 

the way I'ncy mounted the steps , v 

of natural stone, crosjwd the deep \ i 
rustic porch running the entire \ 
width of the house .I.!T lifted s 
heavy' latch oi ancient wrouL:ht 
Iron and opened wide a great door 
built of hand-hewn slabs. He 
turned to welcome them In, his 
smile for Eve 

"Olad to have 
becan tl'.en .stopped 




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I, Es^Mita SiKtr Fok Sci 
and liNtf >'o^tfH 

59.50 . 125.00 




59.60 



Mttchtd 

Mink 

SI 



69.50.. 98.50 



Rick Silky Mj.tfn 

46.50 

Red Sm»l« Fo« Scirfi— 

25.00 . 35.00 

Pwn. Fstkiwi Fleof at THC lAY 



Look to the Condition of Your Furs! 



Dof» It 

H.iv» 



Perkapt wt ksva your fur cut in oar Fur Storagt Plant ... sad vary toon you'll b* talmq it rut 
reqaire rtliaing . . rcpairmg or remodelling m sny wsy? Now n time to h-..c s H • Hnn» 
your coat ready whan you wi«h to u»c it Let ut IdviM yM absat iH welfare. Our 
cxptrt workan will clean and glait rh« fur . rcline witk a two taaten't guar- 

•atetd crept or Mtia liain sad put on new loopt Complctt >ot only 

OTHiR WOKK DON! AT MODERATE PRICES. 

Fart, Fatkioa Floor al THE lAY 



Mor« Savings for Your Home in Our Great 

August Home Furnishing Sale 



• Trade In Your Used 
'Furnishings 

As p*rt piyment on mfxlfrn n«w lurnttura and furniihingi 
Ou'inq »hn Sal* THE BAY'S »rjd* in allr<.,inr»< jrc «> 
Cfpfion,illy qtn»rout Phont E711I, Furmturt Depart 
tncnl, and our »aluitor will bt pleated to call at year 
home and astiniatc Ike ameaal al trade- in. 



• Use THE BAY'S 

Deferred Payment Plan 

II aakas paying lie balaaca flatj. Jail aiaka a iniaH 

down payment at time o^ purckate, and dunng^.ihe 
Auquvt Home Furnnhing Sale ynu have 12 montkt to 

(Jv t*** hiiljnr* in^lrjd r» Ihf u^ujl 10 Thi» includtt 
lr«« tire iniuranct until the duration of lK« contract. 



Si 



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1 



mb«;ed you. What do you sav. chll- -was stJtn 



dren. do we Join JefT or does JefT 
Join vsV : 
It waa Kitty who turned the de- 



ji|ou aboard." he 
abruptly Fve 
jced be\ond 
unVv lif-\ iriR 
v ftliT h rhinri 





HERappucation 



the open dcKir rigid. 

• Jeff. dHriing, " 
him lilted. "How perfectly Jolly! j 
Imagine your knowing I was to be i 
In camp t/xi r. ' ' 

CynthiH nr'K>ke .Mofxl in 'he d'.or- 
way looking for all the world like -a - 
surprised ho!<;ir'.s Kreeting Unbidden 

KUe.ct^ 

To Re rontlnucd) 



BELOMS DOm 

there! 



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of 



A.M.C. Electric 
Refrigerators 

139*" 



Trade in youf old icc boi or re 
frifcraler at |iarl peyaMMt. 



At low is V down— fcalaaca 

ronvfni»ntl» irranqrd. 

Buy your AMC now ... and »a»t' IMI modeh 
medium wit. and convenient tor the imtllf 
kemcar apartment . . 1<i»e all tke id.»nf*qe» ot 
Modera rcfrigeratiMi ia iw heme- down «n 

lead ipa<>t»-.— r-TT ln »e da l icia m .tfona deuem aad 

driakt. ' — • 

• Fivt- year %w n f §l t w . 

\ floor »l THf BAY 



TiM^Rnth iMTiMd why_ 




SU$lE, I KNOW 

I womt get 

THAT JOB 
WHATS WQONi 
WITH ME5> 




JV.CT-ON&^THIM^ 

IRUTHIE, .urrtN 
POQ A sec - 





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ENGLISH lATH TOWILS HEATHER WOOL 

ILANKETS 



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BLEACHE&'SHEETING 

K sylvwaM ewalMt ikf^tini ■■■ 
WabaMA . . ana raal «>la> •( 
IMa arle* » rm ••»» '*• 

•a »»er» eara at Ihi. .i.t>»'fin. 
■kwlMa a* purrhaatni n'n. 
Inrfcea w He- ae ealat aih ^Qa« 

vae'd far, rard . , , JPwW 

«la»U. «tr»rt florir a) THf R^V 



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THIN SUSiC 

TOCO PUTM THAT 
mSPlRATION 

oooUQ n)OM 

UNDERTHINGS 
WAS KtiyNfi . 
HtRCHANCIf. 
RUTH MtAN 
UIIN« LUX AMD. 



ALWAYS 



OM I LOVE Ti-IE 

JOf> A^J^• MX)'R6 
ALL SO isMce 
TOME 

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LIKfiS vou — 
"HINJicS tCU'OE 



Lux for und^rthings 




Avoid Qifemliiig 

GIRLS who "get ahead'' in 
business are always dainty. 
They Lux undies after e«ch 
wtMiaf . Lux f«movM evety- 
trace of perspiration odour 
— guards colours, 
^void cake toip rubblnf 
and soaps with harmful al- 
kali. Lux has no harmful 
alkali. 'Xnything safe in 
water Jl Mfcin gentle Lux f 
BuyUM( 



PORTO Rf( f>— "HICH HAVrS" 

On hla second voyage lo Uie Nc* 
World in 1493. Cohunbua stopped a- 
i: 1 '.TTfl 'he Oiti.'.' ' t 

Hiir .qiirm Ir. V.'.nnr Vww^c .) ww. 
heir t<-. ihe ."<;i,Ti ; ., • • i,< •!,< :, 
occupied by the laiped F«r(Uiian<l 
and Isabella, he renarhed It Ban 
,J .,tn BaullMa. Ui^iniafl; u 
oe known a& P.orto rtico-Llie p'j.. 
upon ahich lor the ArAt and on., 
tune the feet of C<rt umbu» eve r tfe<l • 
what Is now United States terrain 
Porto Rtco rtmained a Spanish 
coloniaJ poaaesalon until 1898. when 
In the SpanUh- American War. ii 
was occii; ;'(! hv United States ^ 
troops Un' e .-^ mi governed 11 aeml- i 
paternally until 1917, «-hen. under i 
'he terms of the Jones Aei. it be- ' 
am* a t*frKorf of the United 
fifii'e.« 

One hundred luilca-ioof aadl 
abotn forty wide Porto Rico I* the i 
summit of a submerged .-nountatn | 
ranee from whoa* iniiers the Span- 
lards dtirtnf im ftrst twenty'-seven 
j-ears of their domination extracted 
abiout seven tons of goid. besides 
unmen.se quantities of r^'.Tr pre- 
ciou* m*"i'..- s'^fl Tr.rTs'..' 

To obfai: ' <■ r" ' . r- ■ » ^ . 

came om with Oolviihbus enslaved 



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liatbrMa na-rt l»mrli<»larl. •«tr»elr«* ••««^« <•»■ 
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( r. ihr a,>t).«r«n,. (.r '.tj' room. 

READY-MADE DRAPES 

ti.' I'l.dh 4rapf> in a bvaalUal tantr at 
il»«iin« in pnpaiar »al»ra . . . ( ateelete • 
and r»a*. t* ban* ■« ll»ln»-r«*l« af 

AXMIMMfiiL STAIR CARPET 

«M the traM raae* af beaar ■•mH ell* atair >ar*M 
Ibai aaaalla a*lta al *t\% rar4 v,..^...a 
»ff»-l« fnt hall, an* atairt •» Ul^itr ' r'- 
lA «all rit««rinf ar l»r rata. IJ in-h.. 
• irif ^al> arir»4 al tarS 

(arpria an4 Dra««ra. Tblri einnr al TH» H*» 



98c 



5.75 



2.15 



rhe natives and nwest^d ihem m«r- all under an implacable, tropical sun 
riieaaly. I When, through Ul uaage dlva/e 

ilT'the Indians ' ar-l murder th*" eiltire nattve pop- 

(Aaoe 



The Borlnctuenos 
•ere called, were a peatelui. a«ri- 
cu:tural, trusting »nd kindly-dto- 
po.ed people leading an Acadian 
life »hlch required little labor to 
maihtalh a ciSnrrtl^ble ex. "er.rf 

The Spaniards changed aa that 
and (jui-klv 

^■'ic -hr: ar.rf aJ.er 



aa* ex'erm:n*fer1 their 
was taken by rtio'i ands of 

Negroes orou«».' frr-im Af.-i'* 

Thl^ If onlv fMtn. of me uely 
tnf\ of exploitation ol what, at the 
r.me Col^mbn- first set foot 'jrv>r 
It rr.ujl ha'.e been s brealh-t;iir...2 
p«i.'<r,,'r- f.fTeririg bra>ity serenity 
^ 



»rvl for IJiiei made the Indians dig - anrl r'^-l ■> .:: to «.: men aritf whxh 
in thirhSiTaai^wasK In tiMicraaim. «vu aug iry— fifteen year* .»-e: 



heean-.e rirjtorloua as Puerto 'Porto) 
R;eo- Spanish !or ' Rleh Haven fur 
Rlfti Port"— the ruwne witii ahlch 
the ex^Morer ar,/i lu flrat governor, 
POTtif O *' T, had OTlglnallf 
I chn*. ' .f airl rs;>llal rltf 

of San Juan but »hkh bv a/i io« 
verMoQ which i« n«t aUange. tovg 
anrl a half oem Brita ago. sii^ 
.■■ '^r'. • 'Ve pnpiiisr tho'ifti' anC 
r,' Uie t^me and piace and biM 
rame laiMMMMf bOVDd la tlN 

4^ !»!«■ a» a«u •laeKcMrjafe} 



39» 

f 





Gov ernment House Seme i Uses^ (Jld- Fashioned Loom 
Of. Delightful ''At Home'' 



His Honor tfir I ii iilriiaiit-lfox rnor and Mrs. Eric 
IIuiiiIm I l iiu riaiii Harrish'rs ami riieir WlvCR 
Al H<'< « jilioii — Eight Hundred Are Invited 



PoUovtnc the liinelMon held at 

hf Empress Hoi^-l ypst/rdav in 
lonor of the members of the C«iui- 
duin B^r Association who had oome 
to Victoria for a short vL^it after 
ihp final M-siK)iu> of the a.ssocla- 



BEAVTIFVL SETTING 

The drawing-room was arranged 

with a profusion of the choicest of 
la'f Suinmpr 610001!- In all the .'■un- 
set sliades, dahlias, zinnias and 
beautiful yellow chrysanthemuma 
shnwlnK to ftill advantage against 



^ groups of .polled plants and ferns, "i^ 



COLGATE'S DENTAL CREAM 
COMBATS BAD BREATH 

Colg ace's special penetraltng 
foam jets into the hidden 
CWT i cet bc u r— B your teeth 
. . . emulsifies and washes away 
t>»e dftavm^ food deposits 
that (au^e most bad breath, 
4ulU dingy iccth. Mid mucli 
tooth decay. At the same time, 
Colgate's soft, safe polishing 
•gent deans and brightens 
tiiAiB«l-Hni|ker teeth sparkle! 




House. Invitations had been Issued 
by HLv Honor t h(» Lleulenant-Oover- 
n(Y and Mivs. E. W. Hamber to more 
thatt-MO members ot the Bar Asso- 

Ctatioii aufl Ihcii A 

Gl ESTS KfcCLlVfcD 
Hu^ Honor and Mrs Hamber re- 
.r;\«-d in ih«' drawiiiR-ioom, and 
with them in the receiving line were 
Rt. Hon. Vlfiflount Flnlay Nairn 
and Rt Hon. Sir Lyman Poore Duff. 
Mrs Hambrr wore a lovely gown of 
floral pnn''d rr< jm\ made with a 
.softly -draped bodice and full elbow- 
length sleeves. With, this she wore 
grwn sllpper.s and a rope of pearls. 

In atr^rrtanre on the Lleut^nant- 
(invfiiior wf-re th*" following aides 
Bxixadier J. Sutherland Brown, 
Major M. W. Turner. Col. Vincent 
MrKenna. Capt. N Van der Vllet. 
Capi W Hobart MoLvni. Mr. Hew 
Palcr.son Mfii! ■(^■' Hugh Allen 
and Lieut-Commander Donaldson, 
R C N. 



I 

est?] 



groups of .polled plants and ^erns 
while in the ballroom and sunroom 
zltmlas and chrysanthemums again 
struck a note of brilliant color. The 
long refr<v hint- 111 tabl«\ which ran 
the length of the room, wa-s dec- 
orated with bowls of zinnias In 
.shades of red, yellow, bronze and 
copper, tall branched silver candel- 
abra l.oldinK lighted ^vellou taprr.s 
to carry out the effective color 
scheme. 

After tra. many of the guc 
took the opportunity of wandering \ 
throuBh the garden whore hrrbacp- 
ous borders ablaze »Uh flowers 
attracted enthusiastic appreciation 
from many <rf-the visitors from the 
Prairie Provinces and from Eastern 
Canada 

The day's entertainment was 
brought to a eloae at the supper 
dance at the Empress Hotel, the 
out-of-town visitors joining with 
the local mfnibor.^ of the a^soriatron 
in arranging parties for.^this ever- 
popular weekly affair. 




• r«r thea* wha prafar it.ColEat«'» 
TMta Pawrfar wHI glva Uia aaNia 
tare* Mm 



ic tARM 

SIZE 



20 

GIANT ^Cc 



r 



Anniversary 

Of Weddina 
Celebrated 



W omen to Ho 
Addressed fey 

a 

Visitors Here 



been Invited to attend as 
representatives of ln*erei>led wom- 
en's orfanltattflna of th# eity. 

WILL SET ANOTHER 

NET FOR TAXPAYER 



Brigadirr-Cicneial Sir Henry Page 



FrlU itjition.s wrre pxti tided to Mr. 
•md Mrs. A. J. Clyde. 1642 Penibrolte 
Street, yesterday afternoon, when 
they received their ffiends from 3 
to 6 o'clock at the home of Mr. 
well a.s I Clyde's .sl.st^-r. Mr.s E Mlddlf^ton. 

Gorge Road, upon the oc:ca.sion ot 
the sixtieth anniversary of their 
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde were 
married in New Westmin.ster on 
August 31, 1878. by Rev. Mr Drrrn k 
Mr Clyd^ came to Victoria in ISTI 
and wa.s well known iii hi bu. iiir.s.s. 
Uie Clyde Sheet Metal Work.s. from 
which he retired about twenty yeaib 



the occasion of the twenty-f^flh an- 
niversary of the wedding of Mr. and 
Mrs. James Dinsmore, old friends of 
Mr and Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. Mld- 

(K'lnn. Mrs. Din.smore wa.v ore- 
^enltd with a dainty corsage bou- 
quet by Mrs. Middleton. 

Mr. sind Mrs, Clyde we;-e asbLsted 
In receiving th e gueats b y Mrs. Mld- 
dleton, and Mrs. Clyde'.s nn-cf , Mi>^:. 
Jean McNaughton. About sixty 
friends called during the afternoon. 
Among the many old friends pres- 
ent wrt.s Mrs Sarah Ward, wh.i 
U'luli d .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde's weJ- 
diiiK. Tlie rooms were beautiful 
with flowers, gifts of friends, which 
wcrt! received t'lverhrr with card.s, 
gifts and t.oleRrain.s, <xi)re.s.sin8 c'>'d 
wl.slie.s to the happy coiiiile A l Mi.;e 
basket of flowers was received Iron 



Mrs P. Iltmitrttt. 7ll~Wli"^^"Ht Street, shown above, ^.■^w the picture 
of an old-fashioned loom in a magazine, had one built, and now claims 
that her hobby of scarf-makmg is sn fav ! I .tiii^ she is finding difficulty 
in disposing of all the iinished products. 

We aving Is rif*i*M^^ii'^ 
Fascinating 



CLARKE— BFTHI^L 
Mr. and Mrs J Bfthell. Ma Wnl- 



la.ston Street, annoimoe the engage- 

ralL*'' ^*m7 "h o' their youngest daughter, 

rather an nld-fa,-,nioned one at that] ' 

-but it will probably mem thn: I'lU'-'^n Dorothy, to Mr WllHam 
very few residents of 738 Humboldt j Oakea Wallace Clarlte, eldest son of 
Street will have anilBea or colds in | Mr. and Mrs. R. Clarke. 123 Howe 

the head this Winter iSireet. The wrdriin. wiU take place 

Jltst about one >o.tr aKo today,' 
Mrs. P. Hem.strect ol that address,! 
saw a photograph of an oldrttmc I 
hand loom iri a magaawie, took a 
iikiiiK to the little .vfiuaic-franic.i n,, 
machine, and had one buili lor her 
own personal use. Few changes were 
made from the onemal model. 

Today she ha.s bi t ome so expert 
m the handling <>1 the complicatoo 



WA8H1NOTON, Aug, M </r Hie 
United 8Utes Treasury is studying 
Cioft. M.P . Boumemonth. England, i a proposal to consolidate the Federal ' ago. when he and Mrs. Clyde l*f t 

for Palo Alto. C'iil where they lived 
while their only son. Dr. Paul Clydo, 
attended Slanford University', where 
he received his degree. Dr. Clyde, j. t*pe" 



Bli0 councillor R F D il.;lei h, lor- irift and rsln'p faxe.', and tlm.'. r;il.<-e 

mtfrly Lord Mav-or of Nrwca.'-'le-on- a more po&itive barrier to avofriance 

'tyne'. are comiuK ib Victoria tin., of the hicher tax bracket-s. 
week, with Brlcadiei -fieneral Horn- Under the propoaal to combine the 



bv, trt Apeak at a ,six>(iiU mcrllng to Rift tax and the two Federal estate 
h< field f. i.f V W C A, on Tuesday taxes into a .^iiule tnui'fer tax " 
aiternoon at 4 o'clock od the new all gifts, whether made during the 
family settlement scheme. ' donors llfetiine • or passed on as 

The meetine i"- being sixxi.sored estates, would be taxed the same. 

by the Local (■.•iiiicil of Women and ' '~~ 

the Imperial C)i(ler of the Daiigh- ' Home.s of Britain burned an aver- 
ters of Empire, and representatives age of three tons of coal in the 
ot the Chamber of Commerce vhavr ' ia.st year. 



sheaf of gladioli Irom the 
commit lee of the W C T.U. 

Tea was .served from an attrac- 
tively .arj^nged table, covered with 
a lac« cloth and centred with thej 
wedding cake, flanked by ,vhUJ j 
in silver holders and pink 
of the Duke University in North I ro«»>«<l« s»'ver vases. Assisting 
Carolina, vi.siti-d his parent.s here serving were Mr. Clyde's nieces, 
last week, but was unable to attend Mrs, Norman Cole, Mrs. Alex Cale 
the celebrations yesterday, having I ^^'^^ Clyde, and Mrs 

heft earUer in the week for the|Cl>dcs nieces. Mks,s Audrey Mc- 
Oricnl, where he will continue his I Naughlon. Jame* Lsland, and MUi» 
I research ■ ]CUntU>Ur .Stewart nhn Mrs. George 



Street. The wrflrim 
quietly m s<^pieiiiix^i 

MOORK— <. \M)V 

M:ir\ C fi.'U'i' announces 
I '! ; .. I ( iincf :-t 
daught4 i, Irene, lo Mr. Harold Gor- 
don Moore. orUy son o f Mr. and- 'Mrs 
F. Moore. 621 Cornwall .«^treet The 
wedding wiJl take place on Septem- 
ber 17. 

reccs. needles and shuttles that she 

can turn out at least one beauti- HAMILTON— DRIMMOND 

fully-colored two-vard scarf a d«v ' Mr. and Mrs D M Drummond, 
It t.ike.s at lea'^i one hour to ihroail I'^S First Slrec-t. nnn<iunce the en- 
the f>riginal 144 base threads through Ragonient of their youngest daugh- 
the Irame. slie explained. ] ^r, Edith Cavell. to Mr. Wlllifcm 

And although Winter is still | Hamilton, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs 
*i several nlonth.s a*av .she ls con- J Hamilton 1814 0:ik Rav .Avenue, 
the Local Council of Women, and a ,jnulng producUoa at' Uiat rate-toiThe wedding wiU take place at Bel- 

by the time the cold .season finally 
arrlve.s; other resideilt.s of ti;e house 
should have an iiilinite vanety of 
mufDers to choa*-e from. 

"I suppose i really should stop, 
but I And it too fascinating a hobby," 
.she smiled yesterday. 



It's W;is€ to Buy 
Clothesot Really 
ilNt Quality 
For Strenuous 
School Days. 





ONLY really GOOD cloths 
will stand up satisfaaoiih 
under the hard usage to which an 
active boy will subject them. 
Specialists in boys' clothing for 
tn.iny years, we are experts in 
appraiiiiu^ quality and style. Oui 
decidedly modeiatc jtriccs a>sure 
you excellent VALUK Now is 
the time to make a leisurely 
selection before tiM school Urm 
begins. 



W. * J. 

WILSON 

Mm • kiid Bart' ( l«lh*> Mnr* IIIM 
LaSlM' S»«r(> A»»ar»l Dark't Kh«f« 

l*U-tL OCMHiiiMl St. • O MIS 



house 



TEST OF mm 

m\\ mm 



Home, Garden, Beach 
Frock 

One Pi«ee~8imple \m Sew 



SII.\KK WKDDI.NG 
The reception yesterdav wn< nl.v 



HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS? 



Charlotte' .Strwart iil.v) Mrs 
Bi.sliop iuid Mr.' v.. McLo,i;i 

Diir;: .iltf : tiiHjii Mr:- Alrx 

Cole d« i»fe;nu d the gue.sls by .singing i McGUI Pfc.x hologist 
w group of solos, accompanied by 
Mi:^s Hazel Clyde. 




Dance Held 
At Empress 
Is Popular 



The list of cu< i.s HiMiKliiiK thr 
Mipprr danre at tlir Emprcii Hou; 
In^t evening was augmented by a 
large nimiber of well-known nam-s. 
ns many promlnmt mrmbers of thf 
legal profe.s,sion tp.'in P.i imh Cn 
Hda. the Prairies. niKi HntLh Cn- 
lumbla 'Mainland j •:. n the ihiung 
in the Crystal Ballroom, 

I u;, rf' dm;nu ilir .Siimin'^r 
r.riiu 11,;, '.f.ir has thrrr bcrn nurh 
n large crowd of merry-makc-rs. and 
tlw occasion provided a delightful 
( Umax to a buiy^weeJc of ^the Bar, 
A.«.v>riatlon delegates who hav#> b« i n 
attri;fhnc he annual ronvrntirdi in 
Vanrnu-, (1 

■Mr WilliAm F Tickle directed the 
orchestra and his feature numbiers 
for the evening werr Stop and Re- 
consider. " fiobiins m the Steeple," 
Now It C an lie fold," "My Walking 
Stick and il^e rvrr-popular "A)ej( 
arder s Ragtime Band " 

A number of dinner -.i..:-!' had 
been aiiHiiged prinr ^<> i.pper 



to \id Apphr 
rants at I'l nirstant Bureau 

In .Montreal 



Practical application of psycho- 
loKlcal studies at McOlll University, 
is ix'UiK made thi.s .Summer through 
the to-opcration of ihe Protestant 
Employment Bureau. Montreal, 
wheie James A. Stevenson lt> con- 
ducting vocational guidance work 
.Mr. Stevenson i.s the .^dii ol Rev. J. 
W, Stevenson. D.U., Montreal, who 
during the Summer months ■ has 
• • !. supp.NinK at St, Andrew's Pres- 
uyKiun Church here/ 

Students of the department of 
1 • . • ,r MrOlU have done 
i<r,t : , ... .\ : k a! the bureau lor 
.^■vcihI vr.ir.s Duiinn the nrxt lew 
week.s, Mr. Stevenson hopes to be 
useful to a large number of uncm- 
ploved by helping them to find their 
latent abilities. The information 
will be placed oh the bureau's flies 
to a s. tl'.e offi' or.^ of the orgsnisa- 
Tlnii m iht'ir work ol pla.rlng the 
r.i(ht person In the right jni) 

Ui addition to the specul work 
being dorte by Mr. Stevenson, the 
regular U'-t.ng whu h the bureau 
has carried out for many years Is 
continuing, with particular refer- 
enro to f>flR(p worker >, all Of whom 
are graded a., to ability before tJFing 
i^ent 10 employment. 

The bureau l^ aii Indipcndeiit 



• All ovvff Canadt women are delighted widi the neir improred 

Paimniuc. ll isc >'/Mtrifil it If' not, get 3 takes todgV* You'll find 
its new perfume lovely and refreshing. You U lik« Itt MW hard- 
-..Acss because chat's what makes the new improYcd PalnoUVe ti*C 

longer, s.ivc you money. 

Rut most of all you'll like iu tiew sodtfiifig imldness. A sliaht 
change in the blending of Palmolhre'i fiamous Oliire and Pslm Oils 

makes its tither mure cflTictive th,»n ever before — keens thr most 
sctisitivc skin smooth, soil, beautiful . . , without titfi-Siig^tcst. 



.igency operated by a comtnlltee and 
dance In honor of rhr vLiilting bar- i& supporttd eiitirely 'by voluntary 
rlsters and their wive.s, and in ad- , conmbulioiiA. Already thu year 
ditlon to- these there were several ! .some 4,000 jobs have been secutcd 

for unemployed Protestant men. and 
women. 



irritmdon. Yur skiti needs Pltodtt«i*i Mw, gcnttef beauty CUi. 
SiiR tomorrow to keep yow complesioa "sdioolfirr' elLmtf' 




pre-wedding parfle.< om- a no- 
ho.<t • rffTalr being arranci .1 in honor 
' r M Allan Ma\hf^w and hl.s bride- 
to b« Ml^s Elza Loviti, and for Mr. 
Ian Phillips and his fiancee Miss 
Kathleen WillUi mv 

*lr. ana Mrs 'B»>n H-'iif fn:-;. 
tained a number of friend,v and 
many yisltors from the United 
«tata*^ :had also imM# reservatloha. 
for the evening. 




mont t inted Church on September < 

34. at 8 30 pm, j 

ROBINSON— PVNN 

Mr. and Mr.s Allan P>nn, 1170 
Pembroke Street, amiounce the en- 
KHgement of their second daughter. 
Aene.s "Nancy" to Mr. Harry 
• [{■-Mii.^on, only .son of Mr 

and .Miv Harry Hubln.son. 2545 
Wark Street. The wedding will 
take place In Septeufber. 

BROWK^ALBOT 

Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Talbot, 2548 
Blan,shard Street. Victoria., for- 

merlv of Mcl>ean. .Sa.skatchrwnn 
annouiue the engagement of their 
elde.st daughter. Violet Ethel, to 
Mr. Jack Brown, eldest con of Mr 
and Mr.s. W P. Brown. Whiteside 
Avenue. .SanriK h I h*" wedding will 
take place September B, at Garden 
City Church. 



As8oclBtie«i to cover their expenses 
for the Victoria Centre, and 

month!\ pHvineiit.s to the member 
ageiKie.'. lor the month of Septem- 
ber, amounting to $7,161, were re- 
ported. 

The meeting wa.\ well attended, 
and the chairman, P. E. Wlnslow, 
presided. 



I r;i^ll<' l*r«>oi(l<'iil to 

li*' Kntertaineil Here 



RESVES— LANGLOI8 

Mr an(^ Mrs; L. M"g'"'«. York 
Road. Duncan, annotmce the en- 
gagement of their eldest daughter. 

Leonie Olivf, to Mr. Willi.im I-YaiK 
I 'Krajiki Reeves. Cranbrook, BC. 
only .'on of Mr, and Mrs. T. Reeve.v, 
Ch.iri'iMr .Street DUncan 1 ll< 
\M'dding will take place quIetU in 
Duncan in September, 

VVIlLiAMS— ANDERHON 

Mt nnri Ml' >f ( • derson 7:)9 
Huikr .Sine' r the engat^r- 

ni«iit ')! Mifii < Ulesi d.iuglil/er. Lil- 
lian P'lorence. to, Mr. George Ed- 
ward William.^, third aon of Mr and 
Mrs. John Williams, of I'jn Ma'. - 
wood Road The wedding will take 
place oh September SO. 




N 



.MRS. 1 II IIA\ 
IATIONAT president of the Cath- 






A 




TOWEL AROWCR 
Mrs. Sam Graham f " i< v rry-t 
SM. hostess at a tru, ; / i.^ ;.f ;-; 
, recently m honor ■ : M;.v Kl. lo 
Plndlay, who is U) be married 
shortly. The gifts were presented 



POSTED HER LETTER 

IN ATLANTJG-OGEANnl 



l-,A.SI (JRA.NOK. .N J A ir M iif). 

—The mail came through today with 
a letter posted in the Atlantic Ocean. 

A ri,<:.d <-.! Mi.- R John Carlson, 
w^o salted f ro m New York last Sat- 
urday for Honduras, remembered on 
s -hB- she had fail ed to tell 
.Mr Carlson of the forthcoming 
vi.M. of a mutual friend fmm Routh 
America, 



"PALMOLfVE IS THE ONLY SOAP USED IN THI 

DAILY BATHS OF THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS 
THEW SKIN IS CLEAR. 



R, NORMAL AND HEALTHY.' 



The ship had no facilities for prl- 
va'e radio messages, so the friend 
wrdte a letter explaining the situa- 
tion, but it Ih a bottle and dropped 

it ovrrhr>«r-! Wa- l ed up ^ -nl 
B'-aj h the r.i^x' rta;, the jkA.c >H,.f<i 
'.frr »ftji lAken to the pr«tofBce, 

M. wimams and i- j ^-.^ «.■« , i^^ .^ f^^.^ ^ ^ ^ yr, 

Carlson here. 



PERFECT cotton ni ' r II I n g 
dr#s.s, "paneled at the ip.m to 
give you a tall figure, with a f^tde to 
side belt arrangement to slim your 
walsl. Jt has a simple shirt collar 
to keep ypu young and sn.,iri rir 
rac trim — It's the tvpe of n,nrniiiR 
dress you I! en >■. tir.ir.ng for gar- 
j den, local .shoiipuiK and the brath. 
Bright solid rol ^red rot tons as a^ua, 
du.sty rrjwr, ltl*e, ;*iiuce gire :.. pU- 
are smart with cri.sp white bias, pip- 
ng'down either aide of the front 
panel The white binri.s also edge 
the collar and the patch pockets. 
It s a one-piece afTair and qulckl^ 
run up on the-seslog-machine The 
easy to follow patteVn includes an 
Illustrated liisti ir'ini guide 

Style N'l ^o:.j i;. (l<- igned for sizes 
14 \f, :k. 30 years. 32. 34, 36. 38,' 40 
and 42 inches bust. Size 36 reqtUreS 
3>a yards of 39-inch material with 
yard of W-lnch contrasting 



;o the gufift of honor in a decorated 
ba-sket of blue and While, The 
guest-: w^re ,Mr.,d.\me« L. K, Bond, 
P. Atkin.snr, M Ornham S Ora- 
ham, B Kt. g.'.; Jones, F. Ftnd'.ay 
and MiAse.^ D Cinham. P. Pliiij;^^ 
L Flndlay, 
WlUlams. 



7hf4irJIIW IMPROVED PALMOLIVI 



i 



Huaband— I ve told you before tfiai 
It Is eeonomleaibr-aaaooiMi to spend 

your monev brfnre >nu get It. 
• Wife— I dor. t know If you don l 
get It— at least you ve gel 
thing for your aooer> 



KrrCHIKAN, Alaska. Aug 20 •>r 
—capt. SIek Meckpole. Reattle. and 

V : . rrew eMlpeg WtlVn th# eannerv 
•rrrirr Uuami Bay foundered ia.st 

night, flue aaiMi <m Tree peia 
Ught 



'1 



ihittem Oept, 
Dally Colonut, 
Victoria. BC 

Please send ma Fashion Pat- 

j tern «o 

. (If Paahlon Book desired, 
rioM additional 15 eenta.) 

Name .„._. 

Address . 



NOW m\Ei 

Cnmmiinity Chpst Agcnnips 
Receive $42,730 During 
First Six Months 



rroTfediriffs for the incorporation 
of the Community Chest of Oreater 
Virtorla have now been completed 
TViiv fart wa.* reported hv the ner- 
rrtar". «' 'ti'' moi.'hiv tviard mefl- 
ing of tl.' r.r(f;<n.;ratlon held last 
Thur.^day, and h* was Instruafd to. 
forwsrrt a "letter to Crease A Creai^e 
thanking thrm U^r thfir klt.dn'^v.'v 
m acting for the board In the mat- 
ter. 

A .itaf'men* rovenng the first .«ix 
riior.tf-.s of iniR .v.howlng pavmen'^ 
•n agpnrie^ of H2~:i02\ was read 
A balanee «f •25J07S5 ii(ould he 
paid our to the agencies before the 
end of the year 

Administration costs for the flr t 
six months amounted to |l,13gM 
or 13 per cent of the amofint col- 
lected In the campaign K% this 
amount covers salarle' pa-'mf 
printing and statk>nery. rent, tele- 
phone, etc , It wm considered wry 
"lattsfartory tt was e.ottmatetf that"] 
three' per cent would cover the an- 
nua] ooat 0r admlntstr»tloa. iiMch 

would "v n •rr\ flp'ir* 

RAl.\fU>W SKA C AD».T« 

The budget committee was ho^ 
holding me^tlng^ ronsldertng ih>- 
budgets of the member agencteit for 
ii>30. The reqtiei^t of the Rainbow 
Sea Cadets for admission to th* 
chett had been approved by the 
eoimnittee and wo<iid be recom- 
mended to the boafd... 

W. TT B Ker rhatrmmr of tt," 
rampaign committee reporti>d that 
arrangements for the -next cam- 
paign would seort be starting, and 
•hat a report woijid be --^^^ »■ 
the 6*ptemner meei»ng of ii,' ^Htrl 
f An additional grant of |200 wa.- 
ntade to the tt, ifohn Amtouianoe 



olir Wonii n\ Irmnir- wiM a| . 
nve toniorr..\» and be entertained at 
tea at the Kmprr-v Motel by" local 
members of the Catholic Women's 
league. Un Hay Is from Reglna. 



A 

Beauty Salon 

IN MIMAnWE 




rrw)j?ifr,convcnicnt, attractive 
. th« Hs met HiibbsfSd A'ver 
Be ji/fih'<x li jiist the thiiig f >r 
carrying these famous beauty 
aids while travelling 

It ai«o makes an i^aJ gi/t for 
y>i\ir hostess ... guetc* UriW 
love to have one on their 
drciiing cable . it it s much 
spprecnnnf bruise prise . . ^ 
busmcss girls tind ic go 
vcQicnt iq the office. 



iftMrwy M«tirrD 



L-Col H. J, N. it Salit 

Aiithon/e'l Teacher afilV * 

i'r »( ' lorer of 

ESCHATOLOGY 
Th« Walter Mefhod of Ckristisa 



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iTHE DAILY GOLONIST, VICTOl^IA. B.C., SL'XDAY, AUGLIST 21. 1038 




PLAZA Fl Aiyiilii 

mmi mm 



"Fwiaera In Crtme" Opens Monday 

— "TlM Sm mt the Shiek" U 
^ 8MW .BU1 



STARTS TOMORROW! 



FOR THREf DAYS ONLY 

MP -J Tl "AID 



"T/ie Shopworn Ainicl" 
lijus Background of War 

LlV IftSt 



"TneShoimm Angel" whlA wUl 
iihow f r>r LW Iftst ilirtee tomorrow at 
the Capitol Theatre, has a back* 

Kr(i;iri(l which nhows the first draft 
of United BUtea World War .soldiers 
as they marclnd away In 1917- 

While thr now film has a war 
theme it doe* not ^o into the battle 
Boenes. but AtUcks ihf problem 



wlldered young Wcslf rner who falls 

in love with the gold-digging 

■how-glrl. unaware that she has an 

♦dmlrer In the person qt^ Walter 

Pldgeon. rich man-about-town. 

I Both actors play thrlr rnlc- rx;v :i- 

^ ■ , fly, adding ingrattaUng comedy lo » 

showing the loves ' ~ ~- ' 



from the Inside 

of three people In various walks of 
life. ._S 

Margaret Siillavan rtoos her finest 
emotional acting a-'- K'r' w"-*^ 
a hard-boiled past who married a 
naive soldier boy on the eye of hLi 
departure for France. 
Jame-t Stewart Is .seen a-s the be- 



drama ot naSUn. 



"CKiMt mr 

OPtNS TOMOKKOW 



SHOWING MONDAY ONLY! 

'lOMANCf PACKS NEW THRILLS'? . . SHE «i<VE^-HH 
LONELY BOY FOI A fLEITING MOMENT OP HAfPIMISS! 

MARGARET SULLAVAN 
JAMES STEWART 

^^SHOPWORN ANGEL 



ROIT. lENCMLEY 

MUSICAL • 



. AMED 

\H A NEW LAUGH TREAT 
CARTOON • NEWS 




Tragic and Exciting Film, Dealing 
Cdining to Atlas 

4^B0^ttl*(ei^^^irti^W^r^ 
•raglc. and always exciting, "Crime 
.School." the Warner Bros, picture 

opening at tho Atlas 'nieatrc to- 
lorrow, contains a powerful inditt- 
pnt of unthinking, brutal, out- 
rri methods of dealing with 

. .( lule crime. 

Eflecti\ely utili/ln:,' thr talonts 
»f the six New York boys who be 



AMiSr.MEMS 

On the Screen 

Atlai — "Crime ischool." star- 
ring Humphrey Bogart. 

Capitol— Margaret Sulla van in^ 
■ Shopworo Angel." 

(■olumbia— "Topper. ' starring 
CorMMi'^f BPnnett. 

Dominion— Melvyn Douglas In 
"^Fut company." 

Oak Bay — "The Count of 
Monte Crlsto," ^starring 
fiobert Dooat. 

PtaBar^Rudolpl) Valentino, In 
"The Son of the Sheik." 



Comedy and mystery have bee 
mixed In wual proportions to give 
Rofcoe Karns ai.'l I : i c OvermRn 

anothT .'crrrn |>'.> ■ ...-.<■ "Miirdt'r 
c,<>r> to (■'>:;. . .n whitli thty rc- 

teamf' "PartowM In Crime.- srhlch 
win open tomorrow at the Pla/a 
TheWf*, Isjthelr newest co- feat are 

show. . r 

■Partners In Crimo" concerns 
Overman, as a private detective, and 
Karns. a newspaperman, who be- 
come Involved in a crooked mayor- 
alty race when one candidate Im- 
ports Anthony Qviinn, franRstor, and 
Muriel Hutchison, blonde menace, to 

Overman 



iVMi 

sort op the' 

sheik: 



MAKING CHANGES 



United SUtea President an4 Labar 

Pretideiit nis'uss Working of 
Labor Relations Board 



ame famous In both stage and 

screen versions of "Dead End." as HYDB PARK. N Y.. Aug. 20 C^.— . 
well as such adolt 'piftyers as I president Roosevelt is ready to iecKjsueoeaB 

Huii.iJiirey Bogart and dale Page 



candidate cjut of hi- dimcultles. He 
Reus his pal, Karns. jailed a.s a re.vulf 
Before tl^e election is over, Karns 
has been both accused of murder 

and hini.self almost elected mayor, 
all due to the schemes of Overman! 

Also feauir(>d on the same bill is 
Rudolph Valentino In 'iThe Son of 
the Sheik • ThLs picture haa been 
revived through popular demand 
and la meeting with sensational 



.w. 4 



-PLl 



STARTS TUESDAY! 



ENTERTAINMENT 
GREATER THAN 
COLOR . . . 




TRIUMPHANT EVEN 
THEY SAY ITHIST' 

EXCITEMENT . . . 

f-TI 

MOMENTS! 




the latter a beautiful newcomer to 
the screen from radio, the new 
Warner picture makes a strong 
ca.ve lor H.s basic theme — that the 
old t\pe of brn;.' reformatory is in 
fact a "Crime School." 



Are Cast in Comedy Role 



MACTIME BAMft 

A CAVALCADE OF MELODIES 

ALICE DON 



TYRONE 



POWER 

EtHEL MERMAN 



EM-ANIECHL 



• JACK HALEY 

JEAN HERSHOLT 
HELEN WESTLEY 
JOHN CARRADINE 
PAUL HURST 
EDDIE COLLINS 
RUTH TERPY 





M.ADCAP GENTRY 
BROIJGHTTO LIFE 

Toppff" nfaia.Witll-Milarigu« Es- 
capades of OccupanU of 
Another World 

The story of "Topper." which will 
open tomorrow at the Columbia 

Theatre, dealiiiK with the hilarious 
escapades nf inadrap ceiitrv of an- 
other world, provid''s a pint that 
bursts all the bounds of high 
comedy. 

Constaii! c rirnnett. find Cary 
Grant are .seen as the wildest, fast- 
est couple In town who meet death 
In ati automobile accident only to 
niort.illy materialize and pursue an 
IfKredlble sem.s of adventures 
across a bewildered country.side. 

Constance Bennett and Cary 
Orant are '•>- "irred. and the out- 
stHiiduiK '1 ' '> features Roland 
Vouik: m tlir ii'!,. role, Billie Burke, 
Alan Mowbray. KugCTW-Pallettc and 
others. 

RflBERT DONAT IN 
OAK BAY PICTURE 




L-jg 

g1icitfix]ij4)bii9?> 



to 1 



lOe 



l^ENJ^ATIQNAL 
REVlV^Ct f 

BY f 

POPULAR / 
DE/AAND«_ 

AUOKO — SELECTtO gsHOaVI " 

-^^ PRICIS '-^ . 

1 to 5 5 Or KiMiet 

15c 25c 10c 



.PLAZA 



Above Are Pictured Florence Rice and MeWyn DougUs as They Arpear 
in "Fast Company." the Picture Wl ich Will Show for th« Last Times 
Tomorrow at the Dominion Theatre. 



IHt CAt.>t OF .Midi Ul OLR 
TIREDNESS I 

A patictit vIsITecT a phTSlrlan nntJ ; 
complained of a tired feeling all the 
Ume. After a carefu l cxamin.iiion 
he advl.M'd him to visit his denllst j 
and bring back a report as to the . 
condition of his tec Ih. Including an j 
X-raJL examination. When the pa- 
tient returned with a stat«menl 
from the dentl.sl tliat there wa.s no 
mtectioii of tl.r- icclh <r wwm . tiie 
phy.sic'.av. .Miiiply mrii'd to the pa- 
uenl and said. "Suppose you tell i 
me the whol«i*tory. I find no cause 
lor vour Ur«ines.s. nor dixs your 
limti.'t. so that your tire lu' s l.s tr>' 
me to organic trouble of a: 
Vou I'.ave something on your iniud. 

i.fthing that has you thinking, 
' of the day and part of the ■ 
niKht; u IS this constant thinklnK— 
worrying or puzzling of your brain 
that is ke<-pini; you' constantly tired. | 



Vnunir Krislish Screen Star 
lillr Role In ' The C ount 
Of Monte C riHto*^ 



Has 



Robert Donat. young Engiwh 
screen and itage star who plays the 



chatiges In the Wanner Lnbor Rela- 
tions Act. William Cirem. American 
Federation of l<abor president, re- 
ported today. 

Green spent .some time with .Mr 
Roosevelt here, then told kix): '' .. 

• We discn.sfed possible changes in 
tlir 'Labor Reliillon."!) law thoroUiih- 
Iv. We arc iti aci-.-rd ' n Ih" n'-ce - 
sity of making some diange.s in the 
law to- overcome the objection of 
the A.FL. has olTcrcd regarding the 
board's adminL trillion ' 

Green referred to the United 
States Labor nf^Ii'ions Board, He 



KILLERS AKE MADE . . . 

NOT BORN! The StanUng Facts Re- 
vesled in This Most Vivid pramk of What Goes 
on In Prison-Barred Classrooms. 



School' 




Love Team at Capitol 



Went to Priaon 
I And Found Job 

FAI-LS cm'. Neb., Aug 20 v 
Orb D.\kc.s, Falls City, went to jail 
' and Rot^ Job. While servUig a sen- 
tcMic for pa:' in a stabbing 
Hi;r.iv. UyK(\ binaii carmg for the 
court lioa-^e lawn. When Dykes term 
was up. they hired him as official 
lawnkeepor. 

1 Mrs. Il4xi.sevelt fir.ris )'■<'..':. 

ia\old being reof^n; • 
are exceptions. She toid tiie 
inK story at a White House func- 
tion: 

Recenlly In a New York store *o 
jfnve her nam« and address to a 

■'.crk "Mf' K-itiklm 1") T?<x"i- '".el' , 
Wliitc lli)u-c, Wrt. luti^'oii, IX' 

'I lK clei-k looked tip fn'o l,< r I uje 
vkiih I he -question; "Any room ac 

arc -..- . • . ■ 



Mainl-omr \( lor W ill 
ApiK ur lltTt" .Moiulay 




OAK BAY 



TWO SfLCNDID PIISr.tUN 
riCTURES 




Alto 



ROIERT DONAT 
GEORGI O'MIFN 



ELISSA UNDI 
RITA 



OFHMEN 



''GUN LAW 



CkiMrM, tot TiH 7 P M. 



St ririK 

"The Gutter Gang 
"DEAD END" 

HUMPHREY 
BOGART 



Scandalightful Coniedy 



AKOI K 



fKRNAM) 

(;ravft 



''Faols for Scandal" 



RALPH 



i 



\l I I N Jl \klN> 



BELLAMY 



SNOWING MONDAY ONLY! 

MIIH 

M»t VYN DOVnUia # rtAUNCK bitk 

ALSO! AT u w. » ». • -M^^. 

^ "cnYSTRirrii'' 

Witk EDITH PILLOWS • 




Ihp tutarr r»lr iti Ibr Kili«nr<> plttare. 
••Th» touni af' Monlr I rl««o." wblrb will 
np»n iMiinrraw if thr Oak Hair 



''Fast Compkny'' Travels 
At Bewildering Pace 



Moviegoers who like their ad- 
venture spiced with comecly. thrllUt 

and romance will be drawn ■ F^^-.' 

'ntnpnny ■' rfx- rom*ni+4<^ my.stfrv 
which wHI ' i"^' nmwrow at the 
DomlrilSn Theatre. 

The plot, concern-^ the efforts of 
an ultra -m(x1ern marr'.fd , cnup> 
plav*<t by Mehyn DoukI.ts an'l 
Florence Rice, to brenlt up the 
activities oLaiLiUlctuauojuil ^t'.leii 
I rare book gang Tliey c omblne 
married love and a business career 



by tracking down thr suspects to (t 
murder. 

When the couple Bt;e captured by 

fA( kf 'rrr: . 1' !• t!''ir phi'.ii', to \ftV.r 



fin.i.i;. ' ' 
reach t':" 
T . ■. 
p.' ■ ■ I 
tai' : ;x 
Mi« M, : 1 
liprn. Nat 
Dumbrille. 



C'.c ape 



po; 



■!; 1: tlirlll a minute 
1 ■ TPS snch enter- 
' • s.s Claire t>odd. 
: uriNcick. LoiiVs C«l- 
Pen'dlelon and Douglas 



margaret Sullavan and James Stewart Appear in Shopworn Angel." 
I Which Will Show (or the Last Times Tomorrow st the Capitol Theatre. 





= TUESDAY! 

I>RAM\ \ll \Mt. 

or niamti 



uirn iiiK THRitx 



ncATTsmo 



« , 





Jesn PdstsiM ■rf-— ALSO! 

B a »TftBAM or tau'f . 

• A<h.nt... s JESSIE MATTNCWft 

sv«»' g "SAILING ALONG" 

Willi tOlAWII TO! , 



KOr DAIU 12 I 



:itle Mn In Reliance s milhon dohar 
production of * The Coiuit of Monto 

I Crlsto." released through United 
.Krtists. and -which w.;: ' p' to- 

j morrow at the 0..ic H.i l i' .Hie. 

'had difBcultv Keituik' accustomed to 
lour t h ' ' Hoh> *(X)d. 

One '-'iiiJ a 1 ft-hftn0 drive 

car.QUJtLP right side of the Mrett 

' m.stead of jjia-lelt. The second wa.s 
a&kuis for Baf"""" whetrhe-Xan.l.fd 

I "petrol The third was the fact 
that a small. Ihlp dime 1« wofih 
more timnTblg. plump nickel. Th • 
fourth was ralifnrnia flight birds 
that sang all night and aertousiy 
interfered *nth his 



Farmer Is Shot 
By His Own Dog 

! l OMXJN. Aug 20 tCP. Cable).— 
Wiil.am Hatcher, fofty-tiro. a far- 
Imer of Mald«t6n«, waa shoV-«i^ 

' Icillrd by hLs own doR. 

Hft'clior fired n; « rabbit from his 

automobile ex. .ii.g the dog, which Boas— Now. my b«y. you cant 
■ "imped wamJT ati m l i rr min. ' m*- ' worlc %rA rrhistlr at the ^ame lime 
jchartint itc buUtt into the farmci s Office Boy--I am t working, im 
j body. looljr wUaUlat. ' 



said its members .should bp ' n.ori 

Judicial-mmded n.il h.-. • 

had giveii the President nuin .0 1 

speeitle complaints aftninst I'.s jc-. 

tivnc. 

< 0>fPLAIXS OF UOARI) 

"I . tomplaine<l, ' Green slid 
"agalnit the adminustriitntn of me 
Labor Act the board as a whpu 
I did not express objectiona^to one 
specific per nr. 

^The member.^ of the board 
I should be more Judlctal-mlnded '" 

Green did not .'pefify dlsciis^d 
chance!^ in ih.e I^bor Act b'.it he 
I said thai pos.<ibiIi;ie ; included rc- 
dwi i i g th* boat's authority or a 
clarification of' the law to defl'^* 
eaactly the board s duties. 
— tiKSiti^aukee thli week. Joseph A 
I»adwav. ATL counsel, announced 
he had drafed a .<iet of pr^pooed 
amendments to the W.urner .\ct ot 
Oreen'B suggestion. Th«"^r pmpa a:-, 
would red'icp the aulhorry of the 
board and deprive it of judicial 
-po«eia. _ 



Famous Film Is Revived 



ONB THINa AT A TIMB 

Boaa— Now. i 




And until you get It settled In some 
way you will remain tired" 

Tiredness Is sometimes said to U' 
line to overwork,' but It may the 

i.rry nboT ■ ' ■ ••• > 1,. • t h" ^'>t \. 

. •: th.it ' . ■ .1' ' . Al..! 

.; '■ r.'i.v .. ia. 1 .i: .1.1 ■• ' 
uiin.scU lucel^ lo his wurK, then ihe 
constant up.wtment of this laci^ of 
adjustment Is going to keep him 
lircd. 

Dr. G K Wharton. London. Ont . 

' The Cana'lian Medical Aaao c ta* 
. 'ii .Jourinl In iieii'flng of . tht 
fatiRue sM.dinii' fii art of 

symptoms wc nn titrdnc fnys 
"Worry, i. ! ^^<>rK Iciil.' Krequ' • 
overwork .mikkc t. ;i iiiental cohllU t 
Anything Which sulflclejjjly upsef 
the menial balance dT s pifrson will 
t<.'-!ilf in fafiKiiv Invniiitv of :i:e 
.iffec'loTTf, health, or employiii' lU 
b- 'mes a powerful emotional fac - 
tor, i)roc!uclng fatigue. Fear and 
worry from whatever catue |)oint in 

, the .--anie dlrec 'l' ri If 1. well Known 
that any emotional excess produces 

|«thauiitiwn. Ufihapptness. dlsaatls- 
fa^-; nn frustration, a feeling of 
k ( ! I irpofK! In life or !!# incom- 
le.id to a chrf t.lr le.'seii- 
ing ot energy. Indecision is a great 
WTTster of energy" 

It will be 11 'icri ' ,t rio tren- 
tion Is made of rxK-.s licroid or 

j other gland' juices as a cause of 

,fatiJ5ue 

The thought then Is that If after 

'examination by physician and den- 
tl.st. there Is no organic reason for 
beine tired nil tiM tkm. one should 
lal.e a looV: 111 on onewlf— thoughts, 
.vorncs. Indecl.Mons and other emo- 
tions— asjlJlkeljr cati.se. 

^JIARlNii I III M v<. 10 St CHRIS 

n RKKCUJU^lUi 

Years agn when anyone developed 
consumption — tubercylo' )' was 
uvially Just' a matter of how long he 
«rtiilri live monthg or years By go- 



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MI>MI\» »V»|IM«ll\V 



90 MINUTES OF 
ROARlNGi LAUGHS' 
• • • 



1 S?!'^'«o\7~~— 



t»e rr«Ti ar 




I IIRtI 1 s 
I.AI (.H^ 



into the w(>of!^ i 
<kxir easy-jtoii.g lil' ■ .1 < < .;: ;)- 
lives ferovered their li'al'h and 
strength and lived for rcHrr. .ears. 
: — T f xiay. tuh eic ul o wbr t.* rhtrortred- 
enrly TjeraTuSe of~ the X-ray apd 
other test/*-.- and the rest treatment 
In-i' sanitarium. brings about a nire 
'.r r'.e ma.'ori'v of ca/e« In former 
flT..-. rrrt in bed, ,«omeflmes with a 
hag of shot .on 'h' . .T" '<'' '.f 
the ehe^» «'ss the f,i,iy f>r u."jal 
method of ureurlng the needed test 
A lung t?^.^' "■ helrp but 

li'fle iivf! : 1. I •• .'t..t.c i/e!<, a 
'.'.ai.fp 'n heal 'A.'ifiea.i, active 
breathing due to exercue or to the 
•rtmrr of thr ttiberculoals itself 
prevrr;.'. the 1 wng from healing, and 
the patient As likely to grow worw. 
A» tM« ^jtting," even If suceeas- 

i ful. sometimes '"v.lr ^p•^^|| to cuTe 
t ib**rculoei», newr me hMc of rest- 
Ir.? the i;jr.if by mechnrtlcal meaiw 
) wwe searc^led for and finally discov- 
ered. Th«ie methods ^t preastire 
r^'. the : .r.f: ar.'t srcvfr*. it moylng. 

There .» f>neunr>o»hqra« — fl Utny the 
»pace between »he ljr« and the Cheat 
vlth KM or »:r and preven'Ing the 
}ung expandlna phrenic^temy— 




the hii.f. and thereby causing the 
lutiK t/i collai>.'^.e; and thorocoplastgr; 
whH h 1 ■ «n o}j*ritiion for removal 
of parts of. or of whole rlba, which 
ajtows Ui e lun t t o colUpw beeauae 
TTls not Aupported or kept rau.ed up 
by thc ciiest wall. 

Pneumothorax Is the m»nf. eom- 
mo',;-, \;«ed m^hanJcal mcaxa of 
fore.n;* 'he diieas^d lung to rest. 
I-.I.ir.^ • I h' ' •'a. I ( • 'f.tiir 

the lung U a meril<rane rAhed i»,e 
pleura Ry nlIo'»lne al^ to flow or 

tie feiT' ' '1 ■ • ■ -. " " ' rn ' A h' ' 1 een 
;ii;ii; ■ ''•:..•;■•' ••••a 

again I t ir- •>" •< y% 

much agawi't t(,# ;»,i.f;. r;'j-.iXiP<I 
Wftlls of the- chest I. t))e disraacti. - 
lung 1^ forced into a 'mail pace 
and "cannot expand It*' f fV ^a ;se 
It cannot expwi.d uo n '<:<•...< ,n 
It— nature get.r a rtianc* to hen. tiiw 
lung Altbej'i" : f^^'i air d'le^ not 
go out by W.1 ;■- .t,/s 

covered by lio^. j;.'jra ', It grje.'i out 
of the body hv way of the blood- 
vef'.e> In ?h ' : ' and -s o ^p 
sir mist be ,.. .;,<'! IB ffOm '.".e 

lo Ume. 



Rudolph Vs'lertino and Vilma Banky Shown in a Scene From the Film. " ■" "; J"' "'" VII. I an^. ^r^A . 

i-»on of the Sheik," Which Will Open Tonrrrrow and Sthow ior Three , ^^^JfJ'^'^^l"'' phrenic^temy- I Silver 1 
o f. , ^^^^ p^^^ jht^irt J^rOaaWtWlilirenic nerve that moves |twedea axe vMni at $t^m. f 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIAV B.C.. SUNUAV. AUGUST 21. IW 




TODAY 

10 00 p m — Dorta Doe. Metropol- 
lUn operm contralto; CuMre Sodero, 
Jr , flevcn-ycar-old violin prodigy; 
lAixy CMSMD Md- im/ .orchestra; 
•iHidor Wmratt. BulcarUn. ttnor. 
axid olhcrfi will ht I 'Hrrt on th* 
Mkiic Key prof mnin" ■ KJR. 

11:06. «4i:<^li(tocha MLsctiakon 
ooncert inacter of the N B.C? aym,- 
phony Ortheatrik, and George* 
MJquelle, "ceUlst, are to be guest 
aololAU with the chautauqu* Sym- 
phony Orchealrft. KOMO.- 
_ J :30 p.m.— The hUtory of women 
in .the ntwipaper induitrj wiU be 
told on the broadcwt of Phil Cook'ji 
"AlmmaM." KlkO, KVL. 

2:30 p m.—Frana . Schubert's Inl- 
mortal song of Love." and the new 

gethcr.'T^ave 'bcch 
Kmerson, pianist, lor his "Ptano 
grams" brosulf a.";t. CBR 

4:45 p.m.— The great chor|il sym- 
phony, the "Ninth." of BeethQven. 
will bf ii'.-.iM'd by the complete New 
York Philharmonic Symphony Or- 
chestra, under iiif cl.rection Ol 
rugcne Ormaiidv. lUO, KVI. 

5 00 pni-.Miu<iic by Russia's 
Rlmsky-Korsakov, tlngland's Ed- 
ward Elgar. and. Boh emia's Anto n 
Dvorak will headllh* the oflerlhgs 
of Oeoflrey WadcUnRton and ih? 
"MustC for You orchc-ilra, wiih 

■ioi5iiiar"cSR. 

6 30 p.m. — Marshall McNeil. 
Wa.-^hlngion newspaper correspon- 
dent, will Join H. V. KaUrnb^)in and 
Bob Trout OQ the programn^ o( 
'HeadUnfii »nd By-Llnee."_JUBO, 



4 ]S p m — UeOtr RmIUL 

4 ii> p rii.— Old lurmaa. 

4 46 f m. — Bird I'klk. 
t 00 p.m.— Sondlnavtan 
i li p.m — Brltlth-UrMl 

5 ♦ . r> ni Ba'.Uds of tht-IHl*.— — — — 
g 0<) !■ m — < oi.r*rt H»U. 

» 3i) p.m. — W»ii» Tlm«. 

7 (jn [1 m.- Ne» » 

1 15 p m.— Organ Recital. . 

I 10 p.m.— Cbrut dmrck Oalk.ttfral 

■arviee. 

c- B ( NETWOBa 

• 00 %.m.~^ii\tt Sirlnct. 

» n s m.— Radio City Miule Hall el lh« 

Air. 

9 30 a m — Ma«l»r Wr.rk. cf the P.»no- 

I'-rle 

10 00 a m.— The Romanca ol Sacicd Soot. 
10 30 a m.— Ptanocrama. 
10 4S a m —Radio Pulpit. 

II 00 a m — E\(rybcx1y s Muilr. 

ij 00 Horn— H>-iii< y vriiuta i Procramm*. 
12 30 p m.— C B C tingera. 

1 DO p III -Ki .k Songs F'roBl Nqva ^COtla. 

1:30 pm.— Cliambrr Mutic 

3 00 p.m.— Sumnirr Concfrt 



i 00 p m. — Nava 

t 14 pm— llUchaU Ami* Orefcestra. 
BMP m.— OM .UW«fa. 
10 00 p.m.— Drama. 

10 IS p m.— Jimm* DorMT'f .Orcliaatra. . 
10:10 pm.-B»niiT MeroJfi OeolMSUa. 
11:00 p.m.— Waatbar Raporv 

11 01 p.m — Tomin» chatitaid'a Orehaatra. 
11 M p.m.— Tba PU» Boya. 

II :U ».m.— MMiUaM Maeda. ^ 

Uondai/k Programme 

cm. VUtarta. B.C. (UMThava.) 

• 00 a.m.— Mornin* Saluta. 

• :lt a m.— Brcakiaat Na«i. 

• 10 a.m.— Mutlcal Chronomatar. 

9 00 a m.- Nolaa and Nawa. 

» 30 a m. - Financial Plakbaa. 
9 45 a m.— Latin Tempoa. , 
10:00 a m.— Mernlna Monitor. 

10 IS a m.— Kat* Bmlth. aonta. 
IO:M a m — Art Party. 

11:00 a m.— Hit Parade. 

11 10 a m.-Mualc at Random. 
U 00 noon— Raca BalacUana. 
13 10 p m.— Concert Music. 

13 :M p.m.— Moonhour Neva. 
13 4S p m.— Noonday Variattai. 

1 00 p m — HfaUm Word*. 

1 n p m --H»mmond Electrte OftOB. 

1 33 pm— World Book Mam 

1:30 p.m.-rrritndly Hour. - 

4 30* p m.— Dance Mutic. 

5 00 [1 rr..- Monltoi forr.m^nla. 
S 1) I ni Yf^lf rdai ^ H.i«. 

S 30 P m Birthday Parlr 

• 00 p m.- Music Loverf Corner. 

• 30 p.m.— Racing. 
•:4S p.m.— Baaaball. 



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Ontario 



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Cottage 
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11c 



Shortening A />p Pure Uftf^ 

Pridf, K> I Uw . lb ^ 



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Ayrshire 
H»mJ:z lb. 



17c 



Mrats — As Cut in Case 



l;M p.m:.— Hia MHiestr i Canadian Oraa- p.m.— Irtah Ballad*. 



Round 
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Shoulder 
<.teak, Ib^ 



10c 



Mutton 
Chops; lb. 



13c 




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Early Fall 




XVX. X0L 

TUMOKRUM 

by Jimmy Dorscy'g orchf,;ra. will 
be contrasted with old-fa.shiou'^ 
music of several years ago. pre.v>nied 
by an orchestra conducted by Joseph 
Stopak. KJH. KGO. 

6;00 p.m.— .MiLNlc icnuni.scrnt ot 
Sgypt Win be oflercd "as the Inwr- 
natlonal Nlg htg f e atu re e f the Con- 
tfntPd proKrainrnr. wi'h thr orchfti- 
tra of Marck Wcbcr and sololsU;. 
KOMO, KPl. KPO. 

6:30 p.m.— Incidents leading to the 
establLshment of BelKl.»n ind^'pend- 
ence wlll be rtramri/<i on Huij-ri 
Ripley's programme. KO.MO. KKI, 

KPO. ■ I 
• 7:30 p.m.— Pick- and Pat blacklacp 
'comedlann, • will be hrard wi!h the I 
band of Benny Krueger and Edward 
Roecker. haritnnp KIRO. KVI. KSL 
8 00 pm Tlie love story o: 
Tv haikow.sky and Nadjeda Von 
Meek, who followrd each olhrr about 
Eurot>e becauM they could not bear 
to hf .«;f>pararrd'-but wtlo iirvor m^t, 
will be told by Conrad Nanel on the 
*'8eventy-.Six Review' broadcast,. 
KOMO. KFI. KPO^, 



Sunday*» Programme 

rrCT. VIelarla. B.C. Itt-ia Keya.l 
11 00 a m. Chriit) Church Cathedral 

Betvlce 
« 10 p m — Basrball. 

} l\ pm Sunday Afternoon Concert. 
I 30 p m -Chrimian Sclen'-e Devotional. ■ 

• 4S p rn Mii'Iral The,n»i> 

• on p in - Evening Perrnade 

• 1% P m Kurrrli frtr.f 

a 10 r m - fln.pn ."^ .i : 'i» Hour. 
■J 00 P in ( (Mil rri M . 

I I* p m rmhrdrr ; n. 
T;tO P m Cuitiertr.il Hr: ' 

rJOR. VaBffiaver (Ann Rrtt.) 

f'OO » ni H (■ < i.r. '1 of the Alt. 

• 30 a tn i.''- I I' I II > .r 

10 10 a.m. — Bundnv Ront Service. 

II 00 a m — Metropolitan Tahernacla. 
13 10 r m — Concert Miniature. 

12 4S II m - Ballad Mii'lr * 
1 no pm — Nat BrhllXret. 
1.30 p m. — Bhut'In Programma. 
1 :45 p m — Pamoug Vnire^ 
S:00 p.m.— Prom the Chapel 
1:10 p m.— CJiurrh in the vvild«oo4. 
1'4S p m — ClaKMcal Interlude 
I 00 p m — Richard Uaherl 



OOV^N fOWN 

On Geary ^l lutt abti«c P(i<> cll ili-prind 
p«l Siorr* and fhcatrea arc withi i eaiv 
walliinB 'littanca on the level 

WITHIATH $050 $'t ^ S-ISO 

Oaa'oraaa iS O ^ 

Two MeMor>«. $3.90, M.00, S4.>0,SS 

V. ■ Uo«*1 75,1 .V $2.50 

UCIUINT DININ6 SSCM A1 MOOItATI f RKU 

5»f<'( 'o, >ol«<»r #tvet V 
T«riH detcnbei points e' "tr'C^t 

Ckaa A. * Martam ^wart. f rt tnti m 




t Ai p.m.— Jean da Rlmanoesy. concert 

ylolinigt 

4 00 p m — Kuiidiiy Uatlnee. , 

5 00 p m —"Music for You." 
5 30 p m — Oeorgeg Emlle Tanguay. or- 

aanUi. 

• 00 p.m.— Atlantic Noetuma. 
S.ao p.m^Woodland Skeuhaa 

I 00 p m.— News, waatlitr. rrofraaiaa 

Resume. 

7:1* p m — Presentina. ' 

7 30 p m.— Musical Mirror. 

8 00 p Ml.— f.'horsl Mij>h: 
,n ^0 p-m.— Organ Rf-i'». 

u on p m — Coi.rrrt Band, Calvin Wlntera. 
10 00 p tn —In Recital. 
10 15 p "I — NewN 

- - M B C.-KPO rnri* SITWORK 

(KMQ-KOW-Kri-KPO-KOMO) 

t on a m — silver Strinia. 

f ^0 ■ ni -Meridian Music 

9 O'l n 1)1 - .Seattle Pacitir Cnllegt 

9 30 a m — cSlenn Oarwin and Charles 

Lansint. 

• 45 a m.— Bouquet ef Sonas. 

10 on a m — Aunt Pannles' Sunday Dinner 
1') .(O.a m.— Sunday Drivers 

II CO a m — Chautauqua Symphony Con- 

carta. 

11 00 no on — Rana ar a ■ are nada. 
13 10 p m — Stranaa as It Beems 

i;; 1 . 1' rn — Perde Ornfe on . rora 
1 00 p m — Marlon Tailey'a Profyamraa. 
1 30 p in —Eddie Bwartout and Hla Music. 

; r?> p TT— N at hal i e ttvoK — — 

3 30 p m —Old Bongs of the Church. 
1 03 p m. — Professor Puislewit 
3:10 p.fiu- Interesting Neighbors. 
4:00 p.m.— RTaen and McCarthy, Nelson 
Eddy, bsritone, flirourt Twins. 

• 00 p.m.— Manhattan Merrv Clo-Rnund. 

• 30 pm.— Album of hsmi::ar Music, 
Frank Munn. Jean Olckenaoo. 

• 00 p m. — C'nrnival. music, comedy 

• 10 p.m —"Win Your Lotdy." drama. 
7 00 p.ni.*^Watt#r WInchell. 
7 IS p.m.— Irene Rich tn drama. 
7 30 p m. — "HoDby Lobby " 

I on,pm.— I Want a Divorce drama, 
n ll'pm .-.Sunday Evening Melody, 
a 10 p 111 —One Man'a PamUy. 

• 00 p m.— Night Editor 

0 1^ p ro —Beverly Hi! s n ib Orchestra. 

• in p m.— ^1 Patin B.iiironrn Orchattra. 
ft 4 I p ni Ariiirhmr Criiises. 
If fi'i p 111 '.','U 1 h'iRshes. 

I :n r. |i in - (ii.lrten Treasures. 
' 10 10 p m -Bfidae to Direamland. 
I N B.C.-RGO BttTC NETWOBB 

j (KOO KJH-KEX-KECA-KOA) 

» 00 a m ■ KePMiii « C l.iirrh of the Air. 

II 10 a m. — :;.id.o c • . r i.iritier Music 
)» 30 a m B*. K H"" '■ 

10 on a in - Ma». ■ K' ■ "f R C A. 

11 oo « 111 n.' i . I ii.iiiber'a Orehaitra.. 

11 l.'i a IT Men fU-cl- 

1130 am -Home and Buaiy Days. 

12:00 noon— Sunday Vesp" r.* 
13 10 I' tn Nn:« r)«v and Barry MfKlnlev. 
viirahs' ^ 

1 on pm— Lutheran Oospel Hour. 
1 30 p.m.— Rev. Henry H Neaa. 

3 no p m. — Bummer Concert. 

00 j, m Populur Glassies 
:i 10 — B<»iadom br Budd 

4 no p m.— Hpy at Large, drama. 
4. JOT p.m.— Bonaa We Remember. 

• 00 p.m. — Joseph Budy'a Ofchesira, 

• 30 p.m.— : ■ I'I'-r s Guide. J H. Jarksoh. 
.1 '4.^ p m ' ■ • nwn Onri" 
B 00 p m - II 1* e Heidt and His Brla- 

arlier^ 

« 11 P m — f: 'eLd. in.pirational musle. 

I no p in (ir,'-i n K"' eri'^ 
7 I, ni < ' i'li ial Motel Orrhe.vlra. 

7 in P m — Ahe I MiMri « Orrhestra 
- « 00 P m — FiediV.'- Mirl ii i or he^tra 

n 30 p m — Fie;. ••.T iir:irirr-nn s Orchestra 

9 no p m —Paul M»rtin> Orchestra, 
n 10 p n. — Ne»» rteporter 

8 4^ p m — I.akebree7» ore liei-lra. 
IP on p m — l.atln Americans 
10 30 pm -IJike Merritt Orchestra. 

rOLl'MBIA NCTIVORR 
IKVI KIRO KFPY-KOIN-KNX-K8L) 
a "1 « m. — Major Boaes' Family 
« 10 a m —Bait Lake Cliy Tabernaela Choir 
•,00 a.m.— Church oi tha Air. stiaata. 
• itf a.iiL- Eurepa 'Calltni. 

9 4S a m.— Poet's ti'ilri 

10 no a m. — Walberg Itcown Strings. 
I 10 10 a m. — Punnrner Fesnoii. sarlety. 
' r 4s a m -f'tiaric^ w Hamp. aonaa. 

II 00 urn — F^er\h^lrty s Music, 
r: 00 nnnn — The Farmer Takes tha MlkO. 
13 30 p m.— r B g nlnger^ 

1 on p m.— The Texas Rangers 
I 10 p m - Phil <'nok s Atmsnsr 
1 4S p m — nave Bm-al. organist. 
3 no p ni M l' I.- tr.r Fun 

3 in pm - Ij<iuI> I.lner 

I on p m — I he Pen; le s Platform 
.1 30 p m — West Cosh Church of the Air. 

4 no pm.-Jirrk Meakin s Orchestra. 
4 ' !■ i.i Radio I IK 
4 10 p in To Be A^ynnu m e<f — 
4 '■< p m - flilvermlne Fe«tiv«t 
f ''0 p m — Headluies ani Bv Llnea. 
" 00 p m.— Exposition Hlfhllghts. 
: IS p m.— Vincent Lopec and hla Orches- 
tra 

7 10 pm— Paul Pendarvls' Orchestra. 

■ R on p m - Tn Be A-inounced 
' S .10 p tn — I ml .Saillee and Ms Orrhentra. 

0 on p m — Halah' ('^r ( inverm r 

9 l.S p m — Te;l Ween s Orcliesira, 
B 10 p^ m RoUex Dcrhy.^ t 

9 4S p m — fllen f»ray a ©reheatra. 

10 oil p tn —Clem Kennedy, pianist. 

10 lis p m.— Thanks for the Memdry. 

10 4\ pm -Carnl t/>fner s Orchestra. 

II 15 P m H'lirv KTfts ii-id His Orchestra. 

11 4^ P m rrrliirie M <!nlghf. 
Ml'fCAL noN III NF.TWOBK 

Ki ... , 

f ("O a in \Vl':'e nrjunlst 

a \S R m - I iiristian Silence proaramma. 
r 30 a m - SUhourttea in Blue 
t 4,^ a m — I/»t CWnbanchern« 

9 no a m —Jungle Jim « Adtent u rei . 
fl 15 a m — Mrirnint Concert 
» 30 a m —- Men With W'nga " 

10 00 a m -The I.aii-pliali'et 

10 n am— The Mahiv . I .am ; Prtience 

10 JO a m -Mindicnfi llnbbies „.. 
10 4S 1 tn —Char: e si d .I.ma EntertallL 

1 1 on « m Pence (>T<ne;.;n_ 
s R m -On R Pu: liv Afternoon 

r 4', R .Ti .i.inmv I . V .in • Ion's Orchestra 
r. iicrsv Veiuitn • Prngramme. 
'r\ ,iig Conn s dti ir::r» 
Dick Barne s Orchestra. 
'J I I' m —Charles Randell'a Orcheeira. 
; 30 ;>m.-Bmn Lomai. aporta remmen. 

; 4^ I- r- 5 : c R: le, p' nr. v' 
3 (jO p ni -lUn.m Calls, bom Uonolula. 

3 J I !■ Ill I' •• nroan Slstera . p t a m a«it 
3.4'> 1' m .- II >l^»»rw^d 'Vhlsp^ra. fOaalp. 

4 OO p m li.en Vi: er « ore' e^tra." 
4 30 p m.- Ir vi's I i.in io Walti 
^ on p m — Uaftft-JCrupn • Or-liestra. — 

11 p m — S'lndRv Rpe is, 

a r.i p in — jim W«M' > orchestra. 

f m pm.— fi-"id W.n .Hour. 

•; n p ri — Nens r,»«hes 

" p m — Tmilu ■ . 

■; 30 p m.-=-oid F^ : RevlvaL 

a in p m To R' A e^ . 



CJOB. TaaeaaTar, 

■ 00 a.m.— Newa. 

• IS a m — MuMcal Clock. 
8.45 a m - Maslc Gr.ip.i» 
S 00 a.m. — Shut -In Programme. 

• 15 a.m.— Malady Time. , 

• 30 a.m.— Oeorae Hall'g Orchastra. 

• :45 a.m.— Basy Aces, comedy. 
10:00 a.m.— Stocks and News. 
10 OS a m.— Popular Interlude, 
10 IS a m.-on tha Mall, band miale 

10 30 a m — Good Mornlne MalsMOf. 

1 1 00 am —New:, 
11 IS » m — Western CowbOfS. 
11 30 a m.— Ballad Music. 
11 4S a m.— Dance Hour. 
13 00noon— atd Mnltett. plant*t( 
13 15 p m — Rosarlo Bo irdon. 
13 30 p m.— Ne»i Flashes 
13 45 p m — Ab Hlne» Muale. 

1 00 p m — Matinee Melodtca. 
1 15 p m.— Famous Voleea 
I 30 p ra.— Sue s Notebook. 
3:00 p m. — Symphony Hour. 
3:00 p m — Ouspel Singer. 
3:lSpni— M« Perkins. 
3 30 pm.- Pepper Younc'a FaatWr. 

3 45 V m — Road of Ufe. 

4 00 p m — Vic and Bade. 
4 15 p m — Anything Goes. 

4 4% p m — Music by Cugat. 

5 00 pm— Ballads of the Da». 
9 IS p m.— Pelican Club, lor kiddlaa. 

5 IS p m.— Howie Wing, drama. 

6 00 p m —Aunt Edi'h 
6 ! s p m —Concert Hall. 
• 30 p m.— Monitor Wewy. 



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lb ■ 

Stew Beef, 
Soup Bones, 

CBCk 



Legs Mut- 
ton, lb 



Minctd Btcf, 

Ib 



Models 



Sheuldtrt i 
Mutton, lb.. 



Stewing 
Mutton, lb. 



SercU c Meats^ Dclin rrd 

9c 



MincedR9und4 Qf% 
Steak, Ib I OI# 



Breasts 
Lamb, Ib. 



Plate Beef, 
Ib 



^rcsh Beef Liver, Ib 16^; Lrnibs Liver, Ib. ...^ 

Rib Lamb Chops, lb 2,'»<* Shoulders Lamb, Ib 

Little Pig Sausage, Ib Ig O^ Centre Shanks, lb 

Wt RcMrvt tht RiflhI to Limit Quantities 



crc'i< - - .irrc-^tiu',^ tn- 
tlaiicrins ;uid j^ooUTITtuT^ 

Priced Fvnm 

$5.95 to $13.50 ^ 

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Well- Dressed 
Distinction in 



• :4S p.m.— Late Sports Review. 
7 00 p.m. — Clem Davies 
7 15 p m.— T'OP"'*' Sunset. 
7 10 p m - Skipper Scans the News. 
7 45 p m.— Radio Rascals, musle. 

• 00 p m.— N4WS Flashes, 
a 15 p m.— Songs nn 'file Headllnea. 
II 10 p m.— I*cro!se Broadea«ts 

in 30 p.m.— Monitor. Trsnjrsdio Newa 
10 48 p m,— Rhythm Wranglers 
llllS p,m.— Music In the Night. 

C.Br. NETWORK 

• OOam-FMC't Coltr.n. oaritona. 

• IS a m — Kelly a Washtub. 

• 30 a m.— Syncopated Brevltleg. 

• 45 a.m.— < ohweb» and Cadensag. 
B 00 a m -Vincent Curran. baritone. 
9 !5 a ni - Worits and Mu;.ic. 

9 10 a m — .""reel Scene 
1 4'i a m: — Al flilhert s Trio. 

10 00 a mV— Big .'^iMrr. drama. 

10 15 a m.— I.ond' n C:i):ing. 

11 00 a m — Var.etv H'.ur 
1J on noon -ctiiO Mat, lire, variety. 
13 4i P 01 - Virir:i..a Fair. F.-.tertalni. 

1 on pm- Melodic Moments. 
1 05 p.m.— Strike up the Band, 
l is pm— Wilfrid Charett«t's Orchestra. 
I 3n p m — Dean and Austin. 
1 4n p m -Stock Qiuitatlons. 
3 no p m. — Ralnamales. 
3 15 p.m.— Our Sonaa. 
} 10 p m — Fanfare, orchestra. soloUta. 
1 IK p 111 Fiiropean Bcene. talk. 
1 r, pin w.itnd ciiiiret'es Orchestra. 

3 30 p ni -Ksthleen Stokes. organlsL 

I 4i p in —Travel .Talk 

4 no p m — I^om a Rose Garden. 

4 30 p m —Metropolitan Cafe. 

5 on p m — Orson Wells, drama. 
(100 p m — f ummertime. 
A 1) p m.— Harmoneers. mala ouartette. 
a .10 p m -Pan MrCowan. 
a 4S p ill n' ih Markus. ,vocallat. 
7 no pm — News. Weather 
7 15 p ni — Pun- in'i Rhwhma. 
7 10 p Hi - l.ci M i.'i "ir Own Bustncst^. 
7 4'i p m -H"' ■ e i.rfi p J Orchestra, 
R no p m -negate CliUd s Orchestra. 

I d in p m - Variety Hour 
I 9 in p m -rsbhsiies and Kinaa. talk. 
' 9 4 , i> n — Wcniher and the Newa . 

10 00 p m —Jerry Fuller'i Orchestra. 

N B C -KPO RFD NETWOBB 
KHQ-KGW-Krl-KPO-KOMO 

R 00 a m -Morntna Reveries, 
a l-i a m - The O'Nells. drama, 
a 10 a in —Time lor Thought. 
K (S a m —Sunshine Club, 
s ro a m — Heart of Julia Blake 

I IS R m Worrta and Music. 
A 49 n m Iir Kate. t1r-<nia 

10 1:0 a Ml — nnt'. and Boh. drama. 
10 IS a m — Arnold Orimm a Dauahler, 
' drama 

10 30 a m — Valiiint t^ady. drama, 
in 45 a ni — Hvnins ot All Churchea 

II no Rm.-R'rr» of Marr Marlln, 

II 15 a m -Ma PerKins 

11 10 a m —Pepper Young'a PamUf. 
11.45 a m.— The ftuldlng UihI. . 



drama. 



13 00 neoas-Backataea WUa. draauk 

13:15 p m.— Stella Dallaa. drama. 

13 30 p m.— Happy Jack, aonga. 
I'J 4i pm - Oirl Alone, aerial. 

1 00 p m -J C Scott, farm talk. 

1 15 p m. — Sintln" flam. 

I 30 p m.— Cowboy Jpe. 

1:45 p m.— Rex Maupin a Oreheatra. 

3 no p m. -Ralph Blame, tenor. 

3 15 p.m.— Candid Lady. 

3 30 p m.— Woman J Magatlna Of tha Air. 

3 00 p m. — Oall'ipiin Ciallioni. 

I IS p m.— Dorothy Mai kenzie 

3 30 pm— Angler and Humer. talk. 

3 4> pm — H.lrrl^pn Knox, tenor. 

4 O'l p.ni.— .'^iriiiKing A;ong. tnatrumantai. 

4 30 p.m.— Tho.e We Love. 

5 00 pm.-30ih Century Fight Proaramme 

5 30 pm- Grant Park Concert. 

6 00 p.m — Marek Webrr Orchestra. 

« 30 p.m.— "Believe I' or Not," tt BtPU*. 

7 00 p.m.— Amos 'n' Andy 

7 15 pm- Rockefeller <'enlre 

7 30 p m - Maraarel fipe*k«. -oprano 

a OK p in — ■ I iie Reventv-Six'h Review. 

8 30 pm.-Vox Pop. aidewBia interviewa. 

9 00 p.m — Hawlhnrne House, drama. 
3 30 p m - Swingsier* 

10.00 p m.— Nets.s FlR«heg. 
in 15 p in — Jiinie^ Mc'.'' II 
10 SO p.m.— Kina > .JiMers' Orclies -, 

II 00 p in.— Frank Tiombar s Onhiii.*. 
11.30 p.m —Boo Grant a Orchestra. 

N.B.C.-KQO KLVK NKTWOBB 
KOO-KJR-KIX-KBCA-KOA 

a 00 a m — Poioihv nreslln. sonii. 

R IS • m.-Kidrtodiers. >«»»Vrumental. 

H 10 a m.— National Farm and Homa BOUr 

0 in n in — Ncjsv Reporter. 
!( 45 a m - -Cecil Bojly 

10 00 a m.— Pour Baiophnnes 
10 15 a m — Al Roth and his o 

10 30 a m - Joe Green and II 

cheat ra. 

11 no am N..tioiial Incampmen- rro- 
„ vramme. 

13 no noon- Department of Aaricultura. 

12 15 P m.- Ne« s Ileporter. 

12 10 pm— Club MBMnee, varlctr. 

1 00 p.m.— Neighbor Nell. 

l lOpm.-Irma Glen. "'•■"'•••.^ 
11$ pm.— Don WlnflnW Of the NavT. 
1 10 pm.-< ! it e.s ^cf,ra. «»nof' 
14$p.m— F' ' ■ ii.'ickman and , Hi» 

Ol . ; I 

3 no p.m.- M l .• - : p.talny and Oreh, 
3 10 pm -Hot.: .s , M w-e Orchestra. 
3 45 p m.-Rhvthiii Makers 
3 00 pm -NBC Concert Orchestra. 

3 30 p m — Music In My Handicap. 

1 45 p m vjMsn Delia Chleia. aoprano. 

4 no p n-. Sina Song. 

4 10 pm Prills P. pes snd Pipera. 

5 nn p m . America Rhythm Mastera. 

6 00 p m —True or Fal-e 

0 30 p m ■ Nr' oRir. Unit n Forum. 

7 no p m — Sons of the Plalnv 
7 15 pm. Summer Holiday 

7 30 p m.- Washinalon Radio Porum. 
' 7:45 pm.-Radlo Parade. 
• 00 p.m.— Balmob Oer^y. 



rhe.tra, 

N, Or- 



• OS p.m.— Hotel Oreheatra. 

I 10 p.m.— Top Tunes iBob 

9 00 p.m.— Newa Reporter. 

• 15 p.m.— Stanford univaratty Praeramma j 

• :30 p.m.— Ricardo'a RhapaodWa. 
10 00 p m —Fire Warden 

10 03 p.m.— Moth Ball Revue. 

10 15 p m Southern Harmony Four. i 

10 10 p m — NBC strlna Quarutta. i 
11:00 p.m —Paul Carson, organ. . 

COM MBIA NETWORK 
KVI-KIH0-KFPV-K01N-KNX-K8L 

• 00 a.m.— Madhouse Rhythma. 

• 30 a.m.— Romanca ot Helen Tranl 
S 45 a m. — Our Gal Sunday 

9 no a ill - Till; ( ioiilbt mv drama. 
9 15 a m — V.c and tiade. comedy. 
9 30 a m.— Studio Proaramme. 

9 45 a m —Yours Sincerely iPaelllc). 

10 nn a m — Big Sister, drama. 

10 15 a ni. — Aunl Jenny s Real Ufa Storlca 

10 30 a m — Clurlrs W. Hamp. gonSR. 
Ill 45 a m — F.lma Latla .Hackctt. 

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II 10 a m -ficatlergond Ba:n" 

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12 ro 1 ,r,ii-M^rt and Marge, drama. 
IS li pill -prr"v Kit IV Kelly,' drama. 

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i: 45 p ni M :ii McBrlda. 

I on p.m - 8i 1 k 11 h i Ml 

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1 45 p m.— New H >ri?on-' 

3 00 p m.— Press-ftadlo Newa. , 

2 OS p m nti^t.'im Rourdu^. 

3 15pm Four C iubmeii 

2 10 p tn - Summer Serenade. 

3 45 pm — The World About Ug. 
3 00 p ni — Ray Heathertoii. 

.1 15 p m Pally of the 8'«r 

3 10 p m — Myhltlme on the TralL 
1 45 m Iloi, Keith ^ Orchestral 

4 no p m - To be- announced. 

4 15 p m — Sradto Proaramme. 
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4 45 p ni — BcTke c <rfer. commentator. 
» no pm— .Vl'ri iry Theaire 
« 00 pm.— Wayne Kings Orchestra. 
« 10 p m I.et8 Pnl.iicsl 
• 45 p m - Admiral Emory 9. Land, ad- 
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7 111 p ni - Pick and Pat. comedy, mugic 
R 1,0 pm — Moiidny Nialil Show, 
fi 0! p m — Let's Celebrate 
a 45 p m -Ted Weems and HU Orchaatra 
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n n r ■ 1 ■• I'rrsn' s oreheatra. 
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10 ' 0 p n. — \ :;; i. e Cut ■ I'ps. 
10 i . p II, — V.'L.te Fire.s. drama. 
11, 4 . ,1 m — (Ten t;rR> ri d His Orchestra 
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10 45 a m — Bob Touna. stories. 

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Chicago Civic Opera Concert 
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RELIABILITY 

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Every of . pr in te d m a tter co m i n g fr o m our thep 
cerrkt. ihai-VtlL-groomed and linithed eppearwco.- - 
DittAituislMd work ii ttw nrtt— not Hm exco^ioii. 

Tile Colonist 



lilt ItOAD STREET 
• LITHOGMrNING •' I00KIINDIN6 



Jane Dixon Says : 

A GIRL. IN I.<.VI UITI. A MXN AVNNT- TO KNOW WHETHER SHE 
BHOtLD I'ROPOSfc TO HIM UH AI SE OF THEIR 
STRANGE CIRCUMSTANCES 

Portrait of a voung woman arjculng with 1 < ' 
81ir icinws the answers, but ahe doesn't ^ }!^';^^^ 
to gel somenno to pivc her other and mor«_a«reeable answers. , 

. . ' ■'■ 

I»r.ir I,«tir Dixon: " | 

I ani in lovr mlli a hoy WhO wy» ' JLi«>'^'' 
he wants me moVe th»n any firt he ever has kno«n lie tnis me he 
would aak we to marrv him If he had a Job or any money. When 
he makea love \a me It »n»»iea ur both mteSTBble, knowing how thlnga 
are. 

f have never told him I «ant to marrv »,im or that I would, aa 
I wn. nfrtid vihat he haa aald to me l» hardly a proposal. He haa a 
rollece eduratl on and I. uaed to high Uving. Hit family go for that 
■ort of thing. 

He Ift in hia twmtira I am ■««-vrra1 vear« vntineT and have 
alwaya been poor. I work no*». I have onlv a gradr h.Kil rdu. alton. 
I drrM well, can go In any e nmd and aeem to be weU Uked. I m fon- 
NMerMl 4Blte gee« looking. But I knofr nothing of ii«!»«ty ^ he 

knows It. 

When I accuM- him ol not wanting to love me becaqae I'm poor 
he aaya thAt IrtHc rcBaon he a<a&lrca me; I'm different and he » tired 
of the high IlfETIe Olily me onrr In a lone «hlle. every, two or 

three weekf Bb4 neter make* a dale when Fie Irayrs me— JuM *ay». 
•Til be aeelnff you." or'-Oood-bye, darHnr. *tlll we meet again." Vet 
he live* . lose bv When he doea take MM ««l tt la tor a drive to tenw 

|||««mllt spot. Mr s romanllr. . 

Hla Ri4>ry is that as much aA he lovee Ine he never ean have me 
, B> hla mother la f»nny abovt him. She l»ei me and it nice to me 
«hrn »r mt rt She depends upon him he "aaya, not foe aopport but 
to aUy with her. aa hia father ia dead, and hla only brother ia worth- 
lem. They, have a beaBtHal hwnc. 

He haa never asked me not to ro oat w*th other boys, byt I 
know he Is hart when I de. I've cAugbt him slipping ovt a little, bat 
he always haa good excaaei. I know it ia none of my biulnew and I 
try to pffttand I doa't tare, tot I do. Do yoa think I ahonid tell him 
I don t want him In with nnv rirl earept myself? If I love hJm 
enoogh shoiild 1 propose that we marry secretly and each one stay 
wbciB we BM for « witftef I *M jmn help aa fliBch^t'paet. 

Comment 1 doiibt that ttM jrounf mBn cBreB for you In qui'f the 
way that a real rr.an citre.s for the woman he hopes to make hw wile 
Apparrtitly he iiltes to be with vou occasionally, but these oeca«lot« are 

too sketchy t<» •/''^O'" i°J* •*f'^!> ^^^^T'^'-^^K^JtTL^^^'^t ^ the coirMl on Septem 

dependent upon him for support, what la hi* obllga'ion other than being, ^. , ._,v,«n.-^..i^ e^ , 

n k ■ '\ respectful son? Surely ahe doesh't expect i^lm to keep her com- 
,1 o the exclusion of hla own normal life. 

u will save younelfembarra.«sment by allowing the (tntllinaa tO 
do the pr9poaing. I feiL tie doth protest too much. 

Retard him as a friend and avoid deep emotional *ub}ectA or sMnee 
w('r;i vpii \tt together Al! men admire women with pride and a reason 
ab.e amourjt of Independence, 

iOiBrristt IMCk by Tba nab •radMelo. taea 




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sirje tell^ \-ii It'- ;ttitlH-iit II .up! 
\5 !i<i; V. .11 |iut it (III, } our iiiiiioi' 
will t< !1 ■.nil how inurh it rjiies 

\ ..i;f li.'tiir. 'rhri'C '- " I .;i>te>, ~ 

(1 itiii', It • ' ; •' .1 ' ( ! i;il ( . iiitri il" in 
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II o\ p m — Jim Walsh 1 Orchestra 
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N'fithinjr l^<r tlietn hH* ever heforc Ween 
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STOnnSf. »her» a proerainme or 
.'port.s and ra".- i..^' Iv>«'n arranifed 
Jolnlpc—ihe I One of the main features of th» 



At the regular meeMng of the Vic- 
"^»ria CCV D: tricf Council, It wa* 
''.<■( ricd to ft 'elegram to Dis- 

trict 3«, Ur..:eri M.i.f TA'orlter.s of 
America, to congraiulate the 13,000 
affiliated .mlners-jm 

C C P j afternoon be a softball gan^e 

A l« t- ^ • I ssion took place on ! b«t ween ihe Advance Vouth Cl ib 

; ,r .• . .1 rr.i:..hL'.e. A committee and the Co-ot)rrat;ve Comn. 

elected to mve^ti f t,a t^ ^ Altl'*- J wealth Youth Club, fipeakera dur- 
tion and report back tolS^eirtlSD* th« BftemoDn will include w 

B. Calrd and Nigel Morgan. CCP. 
candidates in the last provtrvclal 
election. 



ber 1... trlth recommendation for 
campaign for public ownarahlp. 

P'.a.'j xTe aim completed for the 
annfia. X" C F. picnic, to b* held at 
Z'.< L iV-' on A'iS'.i.-! 28. Trarisporta- 
;;o:. •* .; >ave CCF central head- 
I q-iar'e:.'. at one o'clock in the afte 



Now Is the Time . . , 

Ta f«t your acw Ptrmtwent for Fall' Don t 
dtlay «ati midMa««»— ICAO tltt ityle pandc' 

Avalon Beauty Shoppe 

1104 pot f.f 4S 




noon aniA proceed ti» the pfcnk Xer ineuKing bm." 



TrafBc Cop: "Hey, who do you 
think '.o'j are?" 

Driver Oh, I m ju»t one evf the 
axpayera that pays you your Mlarr ' to eaji nn hla beat girl 



AND THtLSt WHAT? was crrtiriln' I nr-ver carried a iBA- 

The stingleat man was lecturing the ! tern, l »en- ;i. i.v dark.'. 
. ..-^cl man for hm rx'm- aan,-.'* The hired man prociododl to, flB 

wan.ing lo carry a lantern la goii.? Lh« lantern. , 

Yea." he aald aadly. "soS loeir 



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(MMTABIMHXD UM) 




PIRATES EXTEND LEAD BY DEFEATING THE CUBS 



Oscar Roels Wins 
- trom Victoria Boy 



Junior Drlratn Hank B« iin<'lt in Final, 
6-1, 8-f), I Im m l*airs Willi llionias to ( aptiirr 
Doulil(» Kve*il — Kay Slaphs 1h DrftaltMi 



VANCOUVER. Aug. 30 W.-'Owar | nn|«r on 

Rorls. smooth - hittisii; V:ir-.rr,uvfr 
Junior, bf.slfd .sturdy H..i'.k Hini.' t'. 
of Victoria, In two Ki. • .v t . «-4 .n.fi 
•-6, to win the boys' i>mgleh under 
«lfhteen yeara In the British Colum- 
Junlor tennis fii.iils hero todH\ 
Jean Eckhtrdt. of Mivioti, B c 



her racquet hand, sus- 
tained In VlctorU ten days ago. 

Uesults : 

Boys' Single* (under 18)— Owar 



Hf>el5, Vancouver, defeated Henry 
DeiuK tt, Victoria, 8-4, 8-6. 

IVr.s .Single* (under 15) — N. 
Rothsleln. Vancouver, defeated B. 



went two stralRhf. '>ver fotir-year | Letcher. Vancouver, «-0, 6-3. 



Diikv McLvod to 

I his iflernoon 



DUKE McLEOD, Victoria's 
ace sperta commentator, 

^^jjwllliirln^a |;jjay-by-pla.v de- 
I f s<WptWn oM>l•-«{j«^W^g^<w^;ia-'v^^ 
of the Vancouver Island aenlor 
Softball championship over 
station CFOT from Duncari, 
cominencinK at. 2 30 this aft- 
ernoon. Cameron Lumber 
nine, recent wlnnera over the 
I/)iJt'y!',orriiK;i, will clash with 
Ma( .\I.;iaii i;:frtrlr, Duncan, 
and liur.dred.s of Ukh\ fans are 
expected to ll;>ten to the tussle 
over the air lanes. This will 
mark the first time In history 
that a broadcast of a softball 
jg-iny tiu ooine Ironi Ouncfut. 



Toronto Girls Lose Close Ball Game 



1^ 



champion Kay Staples, of Duncan, 
-to -wtn the Junior girls' title. 6-4 
and 9-7 

Roels paired off with Bill n^omai. 



Vincouver, to Iwai the victoria team 
or Bennett and Walter Knotts, 6-4. 
6-4 in the boys' doubles under 
eig ht een . "w Mte K ay B iafrt w w^nt 



Parksvllle. B.C., aUr. Virginia May 
lifted the girli,' doubles crown from ] yiptorji^ g.4 e.4 



Olrls' SinRles 'under 18>— Jrai 
Eckhardt. Mis.slon, defeated Ka; 
Maples, Duncan, 6-4, 9-7. 

Girls'^ Si ngle* (under 15> — M. 
Birch. Vancouver, de f e at e d B. W eb lc. 
Vancouver. 6-3. 6-4. 

Boy.s' Doubles 'under 18t— O. 
HoeZs ai. 1 n Tl.c/.UTi. . V.nnro-arrrr 
defeated M. Bennett and W. Knotta. 



Jean Eckhardt and Mary Michie, of 
Mission, 6-3, 6-2. 

Brother Tonv Staples joined Kay 
in the mixed doubles for a ^3, 6-2 
Tletory over Roela and MiaB*%|^le. 

K OUTSMARTKD 
Bennett, strong on service and net 
play, was outamaxted by the supe- 
rior rourt strategy of Roels In the 

boys' slMKles. RoeU' place-shots were 
too much f<;r the Victoria boy. 
Long reach and remarkable re- 



iiLRMANS ARE 
ORDERED DOME 



novs' Doubles inidrr l")' fTrry 
.iritl VVilUam.s. Vaiicouver,-iicl£at£jL^ 
( o. and BrikBon, Vancouver, 6-3. 
5-7, 6-1. • 

Girls' Doubles (unde^ li) — K 
Staples. Duncan, and V. Mav 
Parksvllle, defeated J Eckhardt and 
M. Mlrhle. MLsslon, 6-3, 6-2. 

Girls' Double* (under 15) ^M. 
BIrrh and E. Noble. Vancouver, de- 
feated P Moritx Vutorla. and P. 
Ander.son. Vaneouvrr, 6-2. 6-4. 



Defeated Teuton Tennis 
Players Told to Leave 
Immediately 



trlevlng abiflty of Jean Eckhardt | Mixed Doubles -K. and T. Staples, 
were too murh for Kav Staples. | Duncan, defeated Roels, Vancouver, 
Kay was sufTerlng from an Injured I and M. Mlchle, Mission, fl-3. 6-2. 





SIAS VALUED 
AI 





Owner Emil Sick Places 
Hutchinson's Price Tag 
At Big Sum 



BBATTLE, Aug. 20 • (4»).— One 
hundred thousand dollars worth of 

pitcher strides to thr moiiiid tomor- 
row to seek his twru^y-tii-st Taclflc 
Coast League vlctoo'. 

The n'.i- i!;'!' 'i; Ml \\ :']\ the big 
price t.iR'i, l-i-.n:.!' I! ;! hin-son. 
nineteen-yeiir-ol<l. Jfi" six- 
foot right-hander plt<hiii,; lua first 
year of professional baseball. 
Herea his record to date: 
Won : ' innings pitched. 

^''2.(7 l-» 1 i>onslble for. 66^ 

•sir;ke<v,i' • ; . ' iwrs on balls. 7fl; 
at bat ofT hiin, 860, batting average 
"'Wopponenf,'*, 227 jtame.s pitehed. 29; 

"With « If curd like that, why 
shouldn't he. ba. worth flOO.OOO? 
queries Jbnil 8ick, new Seattle pres- 
ident. 

SMrHbooght a pretty sick looking 
franchlM last Winter, and spent 
plenty of dollars paving off old 
c- h\ and building a new ball )xtrk. 
described as the. be^t ui the minors 
And helplnfl him pay off the mort- 
gnite on the new homestead U young 
Hutch. 

Sirk Mid at .least seven nu jor 
Ir.nc I*- < been dlckermu. 

ii;;' !. ■ 1 iir U> !..ime them, ai- 

th".^ i I ■■ i. i'.i'^'-'d CleveiaiKl. tlie 
Chicato Cub.s and Brookl>ivlX)dgcr.s 
•were interested. Reports have it 
c;eve;nn<i hft« already made one 
$40.000 ofTcr. ' - 

Hutch is almost a? formidable at 
the I ;.ite a.<; he Is on the nvMiiul 
lie. li.'.Uilu' : |>;.i'.<T> 

' .^av the bov w .: 1 ■ 

-higher if he playecioittnrr. Being a 
pTteher h« doesn't get th« batung 
prMtlce'of the regulars. 

0UTBUAKD8 WILL . 

Northwest rhanipi<iii>li)p<t tn Br 
en <treen I .ikr — l-xp^rta' ' 
Among the Field 



nti.iiviuts; Pal Cummins and 
l):i\r Hall. Everett: Val Plue, Port- 
;.uid. and .several Seattle racers 
seeking the title now held by Earl 
Joplm. Wenatchee. 

Bobby Walkina, flo^.iiam .Mar. 
: ride with Stewalrt; Jimmy Hai- 
d, a former Seattle champion, 
with Goble, . 

( '.(111(1(1 iful ( Ji^crs 
In inlvriKit'unud 
Hoop Federation 

.VANCOUVEIi, AuK 20 (P .—Presi- 
dent Walter Hardwlck of th« Cana- 
dian Amateur Basketball Associa- 
tion announced yesterday the In- 
ternational Basketball Federation, 
wUii 1,1 .rt«i-i.ii in Fliiriie. li;ifl 
accepted members of the C A B A 

Hardwlck ssld the member.hip 
ended n thrrr-venr .^'rnrznle to win 
the metuher?hip In f)i" name of the 
ba.'krM);i;i oruani/at :r>n 

It was previously held In the name 
of the Am.ateiir Athletic Union of 
Canada, from which the CA.BA. 
.vj^arated la.";t year. 

Formal ratification of the mem- 
bership will be received from the 
IB.F. after its meeting in conjunc- 
lion with the 1940 Olympic Qames. 




DRIVE DEAN TO THE - 
DUGOUT IN 5 ? WIN 
OVER CHICAGO CLU& 



Nalioiiai l.ra^tH' Par* -Srtl« r> I i\<' ami Oiu -Half 
(,aiiir> Alu ad Uu r (.iaiUs Art- Heate^ by 
riiilli* ^, a-7 — Cohrijj; Hits Hard In 'j 
Yanki^' Win- — Indians Triumph 



BROOKLINE. Mas.s Auk 20 </Pk 
Bariiv b'>:itcn by Australia In the 
I first three matches of the Davlh Cup 
j mterzone final. Germany's four-man 
j tennis tr.Tm today was "requested " 
to cut sii.iit I'.s American tour and 
return home for a "it t ' 

A cablegram from Captain E. C. 
Schoeborn. president of the German 
TennLs Fcdrra'ion. re.iched F, O. 
Uhl, iK>n-pla\ u;i? captain of the 
Germaji team, .shortly before Hen- 
ner Henkcl and George von Metaxa. 
the Oermsin singles players, took th? 
court aRain.st .^drlan QuLst and Jack 
Bromwlch, re^pet lively, in the final 
two matches of the play-off. 

Both German players were stun- 
ned by the news. They had been 
count 111c on jilaying in the United 
State.s national doubles champlon- 
.'hips .starting here Monday, in the 
natlf>nal sUigles at Forest Hills in 
.s«-i)'rmber, and In other touma- 
mrni.s on the P.i( .He Con.sl Liter 

The ailing Henkcl took the court 
and merely went through the mo- 
tions as he took a fi-J, 6-1, 8-6 blast- 
ing from Quls' .Metaxa was Utile 
txtter n.\ Hromwich polished hlin 
off at 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 to provide the 
A'u&trallan.<i with the cleitn sweep of 
the .serie.s th.it thrir coarh, George 
M. Lott. had pn'dkLed. They had 
clinched the right to meet the 
United States fOr the cup by wm- 
nlng the doubles yesterday. 



Toronto Lantleys dropped the aecond came of their- seriei with the New York Roverettet in Madison 
Square Garden on August 12, but it was no fault of Thelma Golden, their ace twirler. shown at bat in 
the above action shot. Thelmi connected with Mary Buschbaum's offering, hut it only resulted in a foul 

tip, which C.ifcher Lillian Seftanni is watchmg as it flies past. Thelma held the New York K'f's siore- 
less after relieving Elsie Hay ward, who deserved a better fate than the 2-1 loss which was charged to her. 

Zulu GiuiiUi W ill : 
Play Davidans in 
Three Games Here 



Victoria Baseball As^iocialion Coinplf-lrs Arrange- 
iiif'iitr* for Srri»*s W rdiifxlay and I hiir'-day at 
Athletic Park — Double-Header Fir"*l Day- 
Evening Gaines Start at 5:30 oXlock 



I'RICAN Zulu Giants tohbcrs. House of David manage- 
\s. Houaa of David, ment. with headquarters at Seattle. 
That's the ta.v<ball proved harder to- deal with, but the 
menu for Victoria local baseball heads refused to tak' 
followers of the dla- no for an answer, and at a late 
niond pa.stlinc Wed- , hour last night accompli-shed what 
11' sday and Thursday they set out to do, bring a series Uj 
at the Royal Athletic | their h"ii,< < ;ty. 





Son of Man 0' War Races to 
Victory Over Esposaand 
Fighting Fox 



Bv T'. f Asi(Ki»lcd Prr.'.s 

• Iron Ho.'s bou Gc'.. who's on 
Uie up frrui the batting doldrums, 
hit a homer with the bases loaded 
and a two-run double ycter-lay at 
Phlladelpliia, »• i generally was a 
large "ball of lire" as the New York 

j The six run.^ he batted In made U 
a cmch lor Mont<- Marc; ilti.s Pear- 
fson TO c ha h c u p liis e lg hUi mm m a 
I row and his eleventh of the year. 
Montc gave up eight hits altogether, 
but four cf the?e came in thr . -'rLiul 
mning, when tlie "A s ' did all their i 
scoring. I 
Tlie Yanks fired ttuiteen hits at ' 
Buck Roas. Almun Williams and 
Dave Smith. Exery one In the line- 
up except Pearson hit safely at 
leaatr-onee: ■■ ■ — 

By thi' \R;<ir.\ the Yanki main- 
tained their ten-game edge over the 
.■.merlcah Lecgue race. 

In Bortnii. ttie Red Sox made It 
five in a row by trmimiiii; Wasl.uiR- 
ton, l(>-7, in a !;f('-l:iniiiK' F^uie. 
Zcke Bonura led tlie Senators at- 
tack with two doubles, a single, and 
a home run, hla fourteetith of the 
year. 

Mcl Harder held Chicago's White 
Sox to seven hits at Cleveland, and 

regl.ster 1 his eleventh victory of the 

.•ca.^on for tl-.'^ rr.(h.ip.: H 'J 

. HITS TWO HOMI Its 
Rudy York's twi n". ■ i -.tli in.^! 
twenty-seventh home runs of the 
season paced the Detroit Tigers at 
home, to their sixth consecutive vlc- 
tf r\-. a 6-1 conquc '-t fif the .St I/>ui.s 
nrowii.s. The two blows scored four 
of the Tigers' si.x runs. 

In the National League at Chi- 
cago, the Pittsburgh Pirates ex- 



Pnrk. The touring 

rliihs wi:i play a 
_ double bill on the first day with tl.e 

MK WOl i.DN T HAVE TO GO FAR j "'"^^ '"".w'^J 

and a third game on the final day 

with 



A broker who wanted to get away 
from it all decided to uke a vaca- 
tion. 

"Where are you going? ' a friend 

a.»ked 

"Well." replied the broker, '!in 
coiiig to gel ln:o my car. pa.ste a 
picture of the New York Stock Ex 



the starting time at 5 30 

o'rio k 

Victoria Ba.srball As.sociation oftl- 
rlals landed thL<« big attraction for 

Viffona fans after burning up the 
felrcrr.ph aiul telophone vires for 
almo'-t a werk Zulu Oian' row 
1 on Vancouver Island, were easily 



change on the radiator, and drive contacted, and were always ready 
until somebody says. What's that?*" l to meet the b e-wh lskered baU- 



BELIEVE IT OR iVOT 



By Blpiey 



WHAT WOAO IN THE 

EJNGLI5H LANGUAGE 
15 PRONOUNCED EXFFEPfrniY 
WHEN CAPf7AUZ£0 > 



polish - Polish 




WbLL K.VOW.N lil.Kb 
Zulu Olants and the House of 

Dii'.id ari' w( 11 ki'.' un h;i ■ - 

1,11,; 1,111 i..ivu..; :i|i[x,i!i(l I'Kif tin., 
sea.'.oii. Ciiai.i.s p;a\cd tliiee (ian.fs 
here and attracted more than 6,000 
fans through the pny wicket in 
three days. Davidans. p. > n > :. a 
bad night with the ; • i hi.;, - 
t^lnj? but In their fa more 
th|\n 1,000 for their oiie-i;au.' stand. 

The Karnes with the Olants and 
tl* David.s Is the biRRe.M aftraefjon 
of Its kind lined up here^for many 
a day apd should set T' new at- 
tr|^dan(>e record at the Caledonia 
Avenue ball lot. Since the first an- 
nouncement of steps being taken to 
line up the series, many mnuirie., 
have been received dally, and now 
that everything Is set, ba.'^bBll fans 



SARATOGA SPRIN08. N.Y.. Aug 
J.I r - War Admiral, thie little j tended their leaRUo lead to five and 
brown horse from Samuel D Rid- 1 onr-half game.s by defoatinR the 
die's barns, turned In another of his 1 c ub.s ^-2. v hlle the New York 
maf h:ne-hkp ;v : ! -Muances today tojoianl* were Isowing to Philadelphia 
f chalk up hi.s tii.Kt victory in aS|Fhlllles. 
I many races at 6aratr>Ra 



Although the Pirates' veteran Red 



.Mon O' Wars great son outran Lucas, their only pitcher who had 
AO rivals ov.r the mile and a gone nine Innings against, the Cubs 

,, „ W)iiii.rv 'h)v vrnr, faiifrl to go the route to- 



.SE.\TTLE.. Aug. 30 ■ r — The first 
three In each event of tnmnrrnw'.- 
Northwest's clMimpioiu.hip Green 
LalM outboard molorboat ram will 

"QuiAty fpiTlhe National Runabout 
and Motf le OoMt title evrnu at 
Harrison Late, B.6.. next Saturday 

-.and- auaday>~ The park board has 
ruled tomorrow's programme w^l be 
tha* Ust ptrmlttsd on Orecn Uke. 
'in the heart of a North side resi- 
dential district. 

Hot -shot conte«tant»-*#iW will in- 
clude ,! r Pfrwar' Namp«. Idaho, 
holder o! ine wor-cis record, and 
Ohfttbatt OoUe. SMUk. kk F-cMss 




ftiilir*''* 



^ tXlD WHO CAME IN eewm WOH THIS B0CK7 
PIW6. AfllfVil5.iNl P I H ?CT ff ff'O iTANDRAMb will /not GROW 



fi£TOFa 





liLs al'.-f.mo earr.niBs 
Under hl.^ 126 jwunds, 
dUtance in 2:03 4-5. 
madr In the eleven ru/^i 
should' witness a great •Tie.s^__Tw;o_|_fl;iture. Th*- Admiral .i 

< s were suggested at first, but 
V.( torla Ba.seball Asaorlation ofQcials 
lnsl.'<t4'd on a three-game series in 

nr'li r tn derlarr a winner, ' 

P.-iil fan.s w lv» |-.aT§ Wftn MtlFf 
I, ..i'ls m artuin l.a\ e vastly dlf^ 
f« reni opinloas a& to the outcome, 
but the patronage ^.Jg^ly evenly 
divided^ Many 'followers of the 
Davldnn* fr^] ++mt-the i)e«whl.nkpred 
b(-'\s • h' t ter defensive club 

and ail' toir.uic»d that they can hit 
the ball and push across runs imder 
pressure. Tlu.-r vi. , i;k" the Zujis 
tf> t ake the ;:, !_! tlie grai^i- 

sklrted boys u • < i i r < . .h and 
play smarter basebai.. and certainly 
cr a efc *O Mt pl e nty o f bas e kn o tks. " • 
. With expectations of a bump'r 
crowd. Increa.sed seatli.R nr, r„j-,;.o- 



fj.iarter d..'.ui<-e of the Whiti.ey 
Slake and won. by , a length, never j 
in serious danger at, any sUge of the ^ 
journey. . j 
William Ziegler. Jr.'s veteran mare 
Espasa. failed for the third time to 
beat tlie Adm i i' b ;■ rui a re- 
markably g<" ! ! «' f ' • : h a 
length behind W.iii.im \v. '.;a,<:<1' 
thri'T-Vear-old. FiKlUmK fox. oni- 
pleteti the field, ten lengths away. 

War Admiral was a l-to-S favorite 
In thLs weiphf-for-agej liflair and 

pirkfd up a pur.s«» of $1725 to boosCt league, glvln« up eight hits to 



to 12') 1.700 
he si»ed the 
fastest time 
iiHiKs of the 
sire, Man 

O' War, ai.fl H:r Barton are co- 
holders of the trapk record of 
2:01 4-5.. 



t!,)v >enr, faiifrj to go the route to- 

t:-.i- ir.i. '.c l(ii '«:s drovr Dir/y 
Dean llntll t),i' m'lji.fi 

It was Dean s first Iom since his 
purchase by the Cubs. Although he 

has l>fen crer'itrd with i \. ; ' 

it was the MXth t.iil;e In l: ii','>, 
he ha.^ failed 'tf\ iiii.f h.mi.k' 

The Phillies' wm wa.s tlieir Iirv|^ 
this vr r in Polo Park. TTiey nlpi)ed 
the r;innt', B-7, In a rluKRlna; match 
In Brof»klyn. Danny Macfayden 
pitched the Boston Bees back into 
sole possession of fifth place In the 



dation will be provldf ; „• • . li .ai 
Athletic Park', Dates « iii bo opeA«>d 
one hour b^roreTime time fof each 
fixture. 



— — MAWPCUI 

PAWTUCKFT. R I . Aug. 20 (/P..- 
—Coming from-hiehind, Brookmeade 
SUble'a Handcuff, the favorite, to- 
day won the $7,M0 added New Ei,a- 
land Oak-s mllr and one-.sixteor.in 
feature a' N^ri uKaavtl Park be- 
fore 2.5.000 ra,rii,i; ;an.«. 

Carrying top Aeinhi of 121, the 
three-year-old flli.v' fli.r-.hed a lenKih 
and .a half in front of Playdis to 
pay M.60 to win.. Playdis came, in a 
lenctyi and a h»:f a"ad of T P 
MorRHns Sparklir.g 

TENNIS ENTRI€S 



* SAUJISH _ 

WITH A DOOBLE Bia " WA BUTLER LOST A CAN£ NEAB OSOOuv .rto « 1892 

Cftodht by KENNETH IN PAtnBeACH,norid4 |7y£/u»iAr£R HE RHJNO The 5An£CAN£ ON THt STREET 
* N.M N.^' M^i^'ML'ttM* «. <^ ~ M RAlidfl.flKwncwcff ^ 

AIX^TiaVrniOAY'S ITBMS SlLT-BCPLAKATORf 
' PItMg Addrwi dueries to Cwteoniit lUplty. e/is Ipat tMn^ Kmr T«k. Ott|i» M.T, 



1i(tnp Sfwcidlist 
M /// ( fju'rritc on " 

Itubbell Monday 

MKMPHIS, Tcmv^Aug. » 'A^ - 
.K b-^ne jiperialLst ordered an opera- 
tion today for Carl Hubbell, depriv- 
jr.g the New York Olants of their 
< hur'.er :n f h*' thick of the fight 
I'lr -ho Nafi'r.a; League pennant. 

n.r sp'r. a:..t. Dr J. Spencer 
Speed, said the operation to be per- ! 
formed Monday should greatly im- 1 
prove the srrew ball pitchj^'s ailing ' 
left arm. -Whether the southpaw! 
.-^taf Win be aW# To pittTi^agfln'tRls | 
season remair.e»i ;n doubt. , 
There xs a (J-.a.'ice, ihe'surgeor. 
said, that UubbeiJ will be able to' 
take the iri ound again before the 
flag eRMe ends but M Mubbtll ex- 
yr'.'j^r' ;t • ;h'- season probably will 
be about eruled " 

Then is a kxye pier^ of bone in 
tht jqlat of tttt i«f^ ait M »w. — 



. Vlct/>rla entries for the annual 

Cai'.! L'-'.ands tei.r :^ .on.«hip^. 
which Will be he'.^! a' Gai.xe.'. d inn» 
the week, must be in the hand of 
Hugo Rayraent tonight at E S320 or 
Bu^v pt telephoned to SiSlUprIng 
i.iard tomorrow to the . Harb'^r 

Hou.se. 



trounce the DodKcr-. 3-2 

Tlie Cincinnati Rrds. who ar*' 
scrapping to let Into first place, 
and the Cardinals. Just scrapping, 
.•pllt an excltlnR double-header The 
Reds won the openT at R* I/)uls, 
4-2. and Lon Wameke pitched the 
Cards to a 5-,4 victory in the night- 
cap for hla twelfth win of the year. 

The scores: 

"A MMI C AW L BAGI E 

R H E 

New York . 410 200 013-11 13 3 
n nnditlpbla- 030 000-000 — S 1 

Batteries — Pearson and Dickey, 
Ross. Williams. D. • iBmlth and 

Ha.ve^. R. H E 

Wa'hlngton 201 002 110— 7 IS 0 
Bo ton Ob\ 211 OOx-10 12 1 

Batteries— Deshor.g, Hogactl and 
Pfetrell, Olullanl: McKafn, Chase. 
Baker. Harris and Oesauiels. 

R H F 

Chirat-o OOC <lllf) 020 - 2 7 4 

Cleveland. . 102 o 14) I3x- g 12 3 
fiatteriVa — Stratton ' and Rensa : 
Harder and Hem^lev R H E 
J?t IjOuIs 010 021 000- 4 7 0 
Detr'ilt .... 302 000 Olx— « 5 0 
Batteries— Cox, Tletje and Sul- 
livan, Lcwson and York. 

NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Pltt'V". i.'Ph . 000 013 100— 5 11 0 
Chicago . 010 000 001— 3 1 0 



Bat.> I.uca&. Swift and Todd;. 
Dean, ra^c. FYcnch and Odea. 

It H. *. 

Phlladelph.ia oo:' njo 2\\ 8 1« 0 
Nc'v Vo. K .. IJ.M ::<' oi 1 7 12 I 
nat:<Ti( s Mill 1 H .'.UngsworUl 
and AtAood tichuniuclier, Brown, 
Coffman and Danning. 

R. H E. 

Br:l.>n Oil 100 000 :i U I 

Brooklyn ..110 m) o<kv ;^ « 0 

Batteries-Macfayden and Lopez: 

Hamlin. Mungo and Campbell. 

First Came K H F. 

Cincinnati . 100 OOO 102 4 9 0 
.St Louis 010 000 001 J ti I 

Batteries — Orisson and Herscii- 
berRcr; Macon,' Henahaw and 

Bremer 

tiecond Game — R H E. 

CinclnnaU . 001 000 030^ 4 11 I 
St. Louis S. 401 000 OOx— 5 10 0 

Batteries — R. Davis. Cascarella 
and Lombardl: Wameke and Owen. 

(UAM LLAdlb 

Ban Francisco's Beals scored five 

runs on six hits and <>nn error in 
the ninth mning yesterday to swamp 
Portland Beavers, 9-3, in the Pacific 
Coast League. ^ 

At Oakland. Bob Jovre. Oakland*! 
ace mound.smaii. pitched hl.s teani 
to iLs first victory of the current , 
series with Hollywood, 4-3. while at 
Lo.s Angele.s, the leading Angels won 
In rollicking fa.shlon, 9-0, from San 

1 )1< k'O 

Results of Saturday's games did 
not materteliy chanf* club aund* 
Ings. 

Tl'ie Seals Rot three r'lTs f.fT 
Radonlts in thr : . n 

DlMagglo's double, Jeiuiings uiflrld 
single. Holder^ gtn«le Mid Hawkins* 
homer OUlNitlo homered In th« 

.second 

I'oriland scored twice in the sec- 
ond and once. In the third. The tally 
stood at that, level until the ninth. 

The T/v?; AiiKfles \:('(>r\ n,'i\r<l 
them four Kume.s ahemi ol thf r.rr- 
on<l-pliwe .Sacramento i hii> 

Seattle Ralnlers made it four- in 
a row over the Sarramento Senators, 
.•hutting out tl.(> .s.ars f,,r six li.niim.'i' 
and Uking a 10-3 vfctory. 

Three lusty wsUofis broke the 
heart of the .s,T^;:imfr to leitii Hill 
Ijiwrenee sma'k'd a tiiple m th«» 
"iid af:«r ,Nfw .'.orne jiad walked 
AO men to open the scoring. Fer- 
nandes hit a home run hi the fourth 
with one abVmrri and the d" 'r'if Mon 
was (otiipieUd In the flllh when 
(iihr.rison also homed with one 

aboard. 

Roiy.piBly OWr Barrett field th4 

fiars 111 rherk imMl the ."rv ri 'h, 
»h<n •h««v pu-'hed a croM their first 

(iil.etrta.i:}anlllfS WiMfl 
tiiey failed to score. 

H H fL- 

Ban FYanel'.ro ''lO 000 OO^ 9 Ki a 
Portland . 021 fKK> 000—3 10 \ 
nattrrle.v Prn7i«<r, HermiMia and 
Spring; Radonlts, Dimw ani 
Diekey, ft H K. 

Ban n.fvo . (K)0 (ttft) of<o o « (> 
Lo« Angeles . 200 131 llx 9 14 I 
Batt/>ries; chapUn, Shellenbach« 
andTXtore. Prim antt-Coillns. 

R H. R. 

Ho: . fK>') .300 ♦> 7 1 

Oakland 300 010 00ft— 4 8 2 

Batteries; Osbome, hhttohhUNMI 
and Annunslo; JnyMUjMd Conroy, 

R H 15. 

Bneramento . 000 000 111— 3 7 «- 

Seattle . O'iO 360 OlO -10 13 1 

Batteries New.'ome. HimphrlfS 

and ' ■ • - I;.- ■ •' j i • 

UJ-IIK.N IM t.KNAll O.NAL « 
V;i<:i;.a 6, Tacoii.^ 3. 
Vancouver 5, flpoKfli.e "? 



Syd Woinlerson lireaks T\{(t World 
Records in a Single Race 



LONDON. Aug 20 '> -Sydney Woodervm Orewi nr;'«.r. a be- 
loved ' Leather I.ej{« " broke two world r'"-r>rd.« Ir, a '.r..;,^ ra'e 
today and lost the race On the »am* Hr>t»p-jr Park trsrit on 
which he establiahed the world ouUlo^r rr^ mark of 4 % 4 a year 
ago the twfnty-sW-year-old clerk smashed the records lor a half- 
mile and 800 metres, and then trractlcaliy collapMd At tiM finish. 
He was clocked In 1 49 2 for the hslf and 1 48 4 for 80a metres 
The previotis record for tioth distances wfs set at 1:48 8 by 
ETroy Robinson, of San Ftanelsco. at New Yorli. ivif 11. 1887. 
Rob-nson -la' r." ^ ' the metric distance, aboot five yards 
short of a half n . ' ■ n given the rceord Since his time bet- 

tered the existing rr.-^-t 

The man who beat Wooderson today was his own brother. 
Sunley That happened because StsrUey got as eighty -five -yard 
start and was just oog ot ft^ inw^yhp mx tht pace for 'Xeather 

l«*a ' "I 



Wenatchee a, Bellingham 2. 



Trap and Skefi - ' 
Slunn Is Curded 

Hi H ' l^^rgur, e X ; * : 'A w|lt COBtlBM 
their bids In the Humber HahdlOBp 
trap and CIL. skeet eompeUHaiM 

;i '■» • r.O'm a' '-^ * iliT* 

• ' n (>: Vl ■' , . ,W 'l 

' ■ j: (- : .■' Will »tae« < I f I 

fhof.t on the Aitei;, Hea4 Road 
grwmtf Aflf (Jniilil Vlinuig to try 
".' ' ' ■ ■ ■' ;i' ' » X' I'lT.g *pf(rt, ut 
*' '''I.' ■'' ^■'•\ ■'. Ammuniil(>n can 
bt secured, on. the grounds 

IRISH FOOTBALL 



day Insft Footoail League fcHWU 
matches resvUed as loUows: 

Derby Cltp 8. Ballym'-na United 8. 

Belfast Celtk 3, c:.f'onvUk 0. 

Bangor 2, Olenswv^J: 

Portadown «. Aids %. ■ M 

Linfleld I. Distillery «. » 

Glentoran 3. l^n^ \ 

Ncvry.Tivwn 3. Coieraine U 



14 



X 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUXDAY. AUGUST 21. 1938 




ENGLAND SCORES 347 RUNS FOR SINGLLWICKET 



HuttoiL teyland 
Sensational in 
Ope ning Atta ck 

t oriiier Bats up 160 and Latter 156, Not Out, as 
MijiJier Country Mtuilen AUitrAtia Bowling in 
Test Cricket Match at The Oval — ^Long 
Drawn-Qut Battle Considered tiCely 



ijOSDOS Aufr. 20 'ff -ProspecU 
of a long dra*'n-out battle In the 
canctudtng match betwcfn £2>KlHnd 
and AuitrallB app^-arcd likely today 
•« the trams i>roparcd tor the 
itecond day s play Moiulay with the 
English total at . 347 runs for one 
wicket. 

Wally Hkmmoncl capt;ilnrrl the 
strongest batting elevpii liiat Eng- 
' land has put tntif ibe fkid In the 
current j»rrif.s In •n fflort to cap- 
ture victory. Australia leads by vir- 
tue of Its flve-wickels tri;iini):i at 
Leeds In the only completed con- 
test to date. In any case the Aua- 
trallaas will rf t;im ih* a.shes which 
they havp hokl tinci' 1934. 

Thirty thousand spertators crowd- 
p(1 into M'.r r>-.;il 'o t h<' .siart of 
the fiuoui.tiT -.^h. !; hi played 
to a finish The. 'a :. Aell re- 
warded wli^o Leonard Hutton and 
Maurice Lcyland, Yorkshire bats- 
men, both M-irrrl o iituncs and act 
up a new kctond-wKkel partnership 
record for the Mother Country 
again." !i.«> Au kv- 

' HRILLIA.M HATTING 

Ma.sterlng the bowling, Hutton 
JUKI I.< ^l;ul(l hit up 1*)') i not out 
and 1.^ nm.s iioi out r( . ;)cctivrly. 
to carry the score from t.vt nty-nun' 
for one wicket to 347. When the 
partnerahip had netted IW run-s. 
the EiiKluhinen pa.'nst'd a mark set 
up by Herbert Sutclifle and Wally 
Hammond at Sydney in the 1832-3:i 
fcrnes. 

The Yorkshireinen had both been 
at the wkketa more than five hours 
when stumps were drawn but Ley- 
]iiiid .'^•ored a .shade faster than hl.s 

youlhf il partiur. 

It waji a jcreat vindKation for the 
thlrty-elght-ycar-old Ley land, U',-1 
nored bv the .stieitors in the liistj 
main, tay.s of the Enr.li-' h teams f'>r, 
four te.s;* tlii.s Ai-.tr one of the 
tJie.pa.st trn years, Leyland had pre- 
vlou.«;ly scored six ienturles in tests 
nRiim.st the Au.vsie.s, Only m runninR 
did he .show, any mkh of .sIowuir up 
and narrowly escaped being run out 
on three occa-slons. In the first te!>t 
at Nottingham Hutton compiled 100 
ruai. 

When W. J. O Heilly di.^Inl^.sed 
Edrirh It was tlie tn'll New South 

FEETTHM BMRiKl 
and 1033 

— ar* uiutll; a si{n of 
AllUrtr'i Fool— iningrow- 
in( (iin|iia Ihit di;* drrp 
into Ihe ill in — lh»n iKriTr* 
ariH>|>r»>il>ripi<llv. Sroo(~ 
llirnrw >r\rntili' lrf»tm»nt 

— pcnrtratrt and killi the \' 
AthlHe't Foot (unfui tl ^ 
ittMurct— quiclil]r,Mlcl]r, >^ 
■urcly. Scoat b a nolini, 
•mw-IUiacrMm. D4*$ Mt 

, HsndirtiilMMlrSOc. 



Wales schoelmafiter's 100th wicket 
In Anglo- Australian vesia. 

O'Reilly and L. Fleetwood-Smlth 
bore the brunt of the Australian at- 
tack In the abaenet of B. L. Mc- 
cormick. The Victorian foot bowler 
Is ill with neuritis. Stanley McCabo, 
vice-captain, and M. O. Waite. 
rounded out the Auaales' bowluiK 
battery, 

Eniiland'fi team »a.s also weakened 
by the ab.sence of Leslie Ames, hard- 
hitting wlcketkeeper. ahd Douglas 
Wright youthful spin bowler. JUr- 
ihur Wood, forty-year-old York- 
aMre stumper, was brought m to re- 
place Ames but the Milcctors de- 
cided to strengthen the batting end 
of the llne-up instead of playlns 
Peter Smith, the Essex trundler. for 
Wright as was aiHlelpa led >♦ •..nli 
WILL LEAD ATT.Xt K 
Hadk>y Vtrily, Wiiliam BoAt.s nn.; 
Kcnftiin nrOH WUl lead n.g.ann.^ 



'Get'fogether* fo 
Be Held Today at 
Gorge Vale Linki 



A 



LAROE crowd la expected 

this afternoon at the 
Gorge Vale Golf Club, when a 
big "get-together" party will 
be rUh off In front of the 
clubhouse, commencing at 1 
o'clock. A comedy match will 
open proceedings, and the 
players will stroke their way 
over the first and ninth fair- 
ways accompanied bv F»iper 
Ian Wallace, who. by the way, 



Following this, competitions-^ ' 
on the putting green and ap- 
proaching to the ninth will be 
held, and several other events 
will follow. Everybody Is wel- 
come to the event, aiul tickets 
may be obtained at the secre>- 
tary's ofAee «r from manbera 
of tiie commit 'ee. Secretary 
Jim Smart anntJUJiced yester- 
day that the course will be 
open for regular play a« usual 
throughout the day. 




Tack with a triumph in Thur.s- 



lifill Squad$ Clash 
Today iu Play Off 
At themuinus 



y^REEN LaaUrh tto^vfil 

VJ be punning for their sec- 
ond btiaiRht . victory. 1|L_ the 
ChemaUius Baseball League 
play-oHs afternoon when 
they oKidae the Lonfihore- 
men In the fourth fixture of 
the post-sea.son .series. Steve- 
dores set up a two-game lead 
with victories in the first two 
games, but the hotelmen came 



give them the rhampionihip. 
Play will start at 2 O'clock, 
and a not tier bumlMr crovd ts 

expected. 



Mary GHara Scores 
Sensational Win in 
Western Canada Race 



\aiM uii\rr Mrrinaid \ irtor'n»ii> in W ri;;Ir> .^l 
at \\ inMi|M-2 \ltrr I liri!liii«: K\ I' lit— 
AUx-rta Buy in Finr > iclory 



WINNIPBO BEACH. Man . Aug. 301 malnUlned for the balance of the 

CP A Vancouver girl and an Kd- race 

lonton v<TUtli todapcaijyurejl-m.ijpr ^ T\jiie.>- tqr tlic race.s were i in order 

fi>rtrlhi»^<V&de^^ 
ley mile swuns. i Ctiiel Gilbert, 29.34 3-10; Dorothy 

Springlrig ii ^surprise In each race BuireU. 29<4i 4>1»; Catharine Ooir- 

the BntLsh Columbian and tlie Al-'don, Wmnip<>g, 32 02 2-10; R4-ne 




CAPTAIN A. C. LUCAS 
Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto, seen above when he won the Governor 
General's Gold Medal and title of the finest shot in Canada at the annual 
meeting of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association at South March. 
Ontario. More than SOO marksmen from all over Canada competed for 

th« pritt. 




attack with aa^lsUnce from Ham- 
mond. Bdrtch and Leyland, all u.«e- 
lul tliange bowler.s. 

'file match surted in bnlliani 
bunshine on' a wicket that Surrey 
gro indsman as-serU-d would "last till 
Chrifimas." Brief delays occurred in 
tlie lute afternoon through ahower.s 

Tlie teams: 

England — W. R. Hammond. 

(iloiu-f. ter.'hire, K. Farncs, Essex; 
ly-yland. Verity, Wcxxl. Hutton and 
Uoweo. Yorkshire; Edrich and Comp- 
loii Mlddle.scx; Paynter, Lanca- 
sliirc; HardstafI, Nottinghamshire. 

Aa^tralia— D. O. Bradman, 8 J. 
McCabe, W. A. Brown, C. L. 
Badcock, A. L. Hassett, S. Barnes, J. 
H. Fingleton. B. H. Barnett, W. J. 
OReiiiy. L. Flcetwood-Smlth. M. O. 
Waite. 

TIIL SCUKb 1 AKU 

K:ir;"'i.d -Fir.st Iruiings; 

h)dn(li, ibw. oReilly ...1 12 

Hutton, not out ....... 160 

Lcyland, not out , 15C 

Extras - 19 



FEATURE WIN 

Crowd of 10.000 Sees Vic- 
tory in Lieut. -Governor's 
Handicap* 

VAWCOUYEH. Aug. 20 O -A rec- 
ord crowd of 10.000 .saw Nakasun 
win the Lieutenant - Uovcmor's 
Handicap as^' the second Summer 



lOl RTH BACe — Clalmtnc. maldrn^. 

Ihree-year-olda. (ive and onc-lial( <ur- 

Ge-Oo 107 

In Chains 107 

Rn<r'a V. *10t 

Memphli Maid '»^ 

Hasty Julia , Ill 

Ularlne 10< 

Morpeth 113 

Clcir TlU» ....r.. TIT 

Orm Elf 'lO* 

Avoiidalc Star 107 

Ad Ub lis 

m 



BALL mm 

PLAV TO TIE 



BPEN IMD 



nrm BACE— Tht Brardcn' Handicap 
t»o-year-oldi. (oaled In Brltiih Columbia 
.MX furlonti: 

I (A> Plroiral me 

'At Pharlma 113 

t Craif Shot Ill 

' B«!lo« 109 

Fay PHrk , IIJ 

i Eaalr rrest :. ill 

; <Ri Ebony Moon 

I (Bi Ho Hey 

I lA' nnervicw RUhlo rntrv. 

I iBi ACT S'.o. k I arni entry, 

I SIXTH RACi''.— ClBiniing 
and IIP r-n (urlonis: 



I Score I s 1 3- 1 3 In Wltf i el Cajp 
Baseball Fixture^Meet 
Again Tomorrow 



Society Editor 

meeting at Brighouse Park opened i oateway 

. . . Hl» Seleetlon 

today. Jockey Wllbourne brought arnevi.ve m t... ., 

him along the mile and 70 y»rd [ 'i^o*^"""! • • • 

Cfjur.se In 1 42 2-5. within three-fifths i H^gty V»r'''.'^\','.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.. 

of a second of llie track record, to! B«,rn'y K'tn 

boat Bie Mine and Miss Bam. | mivv Noyei 

The winner never left the is-sue i ' 

in doubt. He wei^t to the front >K\t.\IH R\< K— < .aimlnf ; tliree-M-«r- 

earlv. set hl.s own u.i(e and was well "i'''* ""rt o"' m"' »»veniy )»ici« 

r, . ' » 1 I'l-kiiy fieorae ins 

In the clear at the wire. Lucky ,a, j„„, .she.k ub 




(cooX 

^ for ATHLETE S FOOT 

■ » . , I I r' - 

For i«v9rt of fbm Win* 

CONVIDO 
PORT 

Orown and Bottl«4 In Portvfl«l 



Total (for one wicket > 347 

TWO CATCHERS 
BREAK RECORD 

Henry Helf and Frnnkie Pyt- 
\3k Get Balls Tossed From 
708 Feet Up 

CLEVELAND, Aug, 20 t^Pi. — 
Henry liiirtz Helf. Cleveland's tliird 
I .>trLhg catcher, stood today in the 

I public ,sf|uare and .speared a ball 
! tliinwn (ifl tlie Terminal Tower, 708 
f-'ei up. U) break the altitude catch- 
ing record established thirty years 
ago when Gabby iStreet caught a 
l).ill thrown from the top of tlip 
vViivhlngton Monument. 550 feet 



ticket holders received 16.70 .straight. '»> .^u nv < oiieen 

$2 80 place and $2.35 show. Be Mine | jf/n,**;. 

paid $2.70 and $2.30. and Mi.ss Bam i "isait 

Valerie Jean 

|2.80. 

Mai7.le B won the fourth after a 
photo linlvh with Mardldo and Ley- 
burn pulled up third. Ma:'ie was 
ridden, by b|wc Simpson while Einil 
Sporri handled Mardldo in the 
.'-Izzllng !:iM li 

Euripdii; .'^I'PiKd .six furlongs In 
1 II4-.i t(i 'Ain \l:f third, Killainev 

, • "■ " ■ ■ ■ 

L. W11.S .soccmd and Legerdemain wa.s cm i« Hun .. 
third. KiUarney L . a maiden Brit- 

!, C"oluinV)ia brrd ( ut out all the I nundrrary 
i,/l<d the hr-f half mile and 
■ 1 a V inner until n< aring 
In :i.r. Euripede.s was worth $6.25, 
%:i 90 and $2 95. 

I'.t i. rWM. <i\erlooked in the hft- 
t;i.i' I, UK' through on the inside in 
the .s;;«tch and defeated Nugent in 
a driving finish In the .sixth. Bay 
si>ter was third in a photo flnlsh 
with Easter .Sun. 



Vicla K 

I A' North Knrk 

Independent Wa:^ 

lAi O'Connell entry. 
. 11 ' H V I.ee entry. 

M BSTITI Tt RACK — Clalmint 

'';,r .idi and up, one mile and levrniy 

% .1 1 ' ; - 

,Iii-t .Mr5 

Nr.rplivte 

rrrny Weeny j 

M»rv Irvlna 



Spotting: I'ltzer ami Ni \ . .x : ' 
jlj ln the second frame and .slicing the 
head a. the game progressed, a 
I fighting Eagles' ball club last night 

four-year-old. ^, ^^.^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^.^^^^ ^ j.j.13 

.......... 108 IIP the third game of the Rllhet 

11 1 cup play-downs. The deadlock 
j"* rnrt fd anotWr fixture to decide 
108 Which club .shall battle Victoria In 

inl^^ finals. The game w.ll be 

n«' played tomorrow evening at the 
j"" Roval Athletic Park at 6 o'clock. 
113 1 Barnev Barruswell. bird'mon's 
.shortstop, wa-s , tlie neio of last 
nights ' hard-hitting and free- 
.scorlnz iMinc. driving aero .s tlie 
tieing marlicr in t.he la^t mniiu: 
with two men out. With the mh^c 
13-12 in favor of the gasmen and 
Pitcher Torroville on third base by 




Cameron Lumber Will Op- 

pose MacMilian Electric 



At Duncan 



berUan defeat^-d In eacli caAe a 
ixiwerful and fancied threat from 
Winnipeg Mary O'Hara. of- Vancou- 
ver taking the ladK\s" mile Ih one of 
tJie most thrilling races seen in thl.s 



Rawllngs. . Edmwton, 32 57 5-10, 
and Dopothy Lloyd, Winnipeg, 

33:33 2-10. 

It wa.« not until the lap of 

the men'.s race that Wallv Beit- 



provlnce for .several years and i rand, .Winnipeg, doi-lded to oyen up 
George Valpy, of Edmonton, hofi- 1 and stage his effort. At this point 

ii.g out the hi^'hl.\ -lancied Walh he gamed a m.»ri;.ti o! tUe yards 
Be'rtrand. of Wiiinipeg. m the men.', but with only half .i '.ap U> ko. 
e\( lit V'.ilpy jiu; on terrific pre-sure, wore 

In defeating Ethel Uilbert, Win- j Bertrand down and « uund up th« 
nlpeg, in the ladles' race. Miss | eventual winner by seven feet. 
O Hara wa!> force'd to the limit of Tlie winner's time was 26 27 2-10 
lier endurance powers and only i with Beitrand. winner of tlie recent 
.■-mart water generalahlp, coupled | Montreal bridge to bridge race, 
with unlimited stamina carried her c<>\ei:n^' the gruelling dtstanoB Ui 



to a great triumph. ^2ti :8 3-10. 
UKEA T FIWH H 

Of tlie two races th.c l.iihf.-.' was The race wav .'Ntrivily a two-man 
the motl Interesting. 1-Yom the aJTair alter Tc-iy McAuley. Vun- 
surt £Thei uii crt and Mary O'Hara I couver. had b«^n laaen rrom tn« 

water alter two lapis and a quaiter 
suffering from cramps. Near the 
end of Ihe r.Kc hieddie faitcr was 
al£o removed from tlie race ^ufler- 
Ing from cramps. 
Other time.s be.^lde.s Vnl-.n' and 



fought a iie;-k and neclc battle with 
the tvenlu.il thud in the race. 
Dorothy Burrell, Reglna, running in 
The Softball spotlight shifts to! tiiird place, about fifteen yards in 
Duncan ' today where the Cameron | the rear. 

Lumber. l ower Island champlon.s. Five lap.-, loiustituted the race and 

will op< n their bid for the Vancou- . {ourlli lap the place.-, had not Bertrand was in order of fini.^h. Hoy 

ver Island title agaln-i the Mac- [-^^an ggj , ni attrr of Inches^ E llLs. M o w c Ja w. 2<> ao 4-1^. 



104 

111 

ire 

II.; 
Ids 

103 

10.1 



MlUan Electric, hard-hitting Up- 
Island squad. The game will com- 
mence at 2 JO o'clock. 

Tuesday the battle .scene will move 
to the Royal Athletic Park, where 
the clubs will play In the second 
encounter. The fixture will start at 
6 o'clock. 

Lumbt^rmen, fallowing their grfal 
uphill fight m the Lower l.sland 
finals against the Victoria Long- 
shoremen, are conceded an excellent 
chance of takir.y the I.i iiri-l- How- 
ever, the Cameron nine dtx s not in 
any way underesiimate the strength 
of the Up- Islanders and look for 



separating Ollberi and Oilara. 

It was in the final lap that the 
beitt'i (i>aching of Uie Van<.i>uv*'r 
girl caine to the fore and with, a 



Rogers, Winnipeg. 27 .12 1-10, Kicd- 
dle Carter and Teiry McAuley did 

not llni.'h. 

■ All Wc^te^n Wrlgley swim wm* 



^plendld burst of speed she sped to I ners will compete 'at tlie 'Canadian 

the fore ar.d aMimiKi a lead of ap- ' National Kxlubition !(» take place at 
proxuiialely , five ft^t wludi <>iie , roiojito conum iicing pteiiiber 3. 



LONGACRES RACING 

LO.NG ACRES, Aug. «0.-Re..ult 
here today follow; 

FIRHT RACr — Sli furlonas 



Thornhauah 

s'n' .SiMion 



I , .1 I .!« 'Ill 

ll\drobell 
> I'.ii Mnioiii'uii 
Hii»orni He 



plenty of .stlfl oppof^itlon. 
• 'losj virtue of a .vingle. a .s'.oN n ba^ and i city champi<insli.| i: : .am. 

n fielder .s choice, tjanibwcil laced ^111 provide action loi iix al nines 
tiiree- ' out a long hit to deep right field j «nd plenty of excitement for Vlc- 

and p.Ulcd up at the hoi'comer. Injtoi;,i l.ms during the wcok. as the 
109 j th? meantime ToiTOvUle had crossed I lO.-is piasing sca.von moves rapidly 
[JJ the i)Iate with the equalizer, 
in I Bill Bridgewo.->d. playing maioagcr 
of lUc t^Rlc--. and the player who 



114 

Ml 



The Haaan 

Red Cano* ' 

Tampa lasa 

Weather elrar. trark fast. 
Pirtt poFt. 3 \:> i> Ml 
•Apprentice allnw.iiuc i:..tmed. 



'Phis a'l\crti<cincnt is not pub 
li-licd or cd l)y ilu 

luquur Contnil Uoard or b5rT 
the Government .o|* 
CoKinibia. 



I ilhemntlclan* estimated the 
IimI;., \K--ir traveling ,138 miles an 
hrur when <;\u«lit 

Kni a .second I didn't know If It 
wi.s k'oinff to hit my heatj or/ glove,' 
>a;d M. If. ' 

1 ate;- little FYankie Pytlak, Cleve- 
l.iiul call her. grabbed another one 
lofssSd^ from the "tower. 

Ken Keltnor, Indian third base- 
man who toed the temporary pitch- 
Iim mound on the fifty-second floor. 
hurUd twelve balLs, 
_ The other ton dropped in slu ub- 
bery and on cnncret* w.ilk.. mv.i..; 
Catcher Roll.e Hem.s'.ev aiul Com Ik-- 
.Tohnny Ba«£ler ain^ W^ly Schang 
I'.o chance 

Tlie b;iii.s th.^t were missed 
bounced .six stour.s. 



BR If '.HOUSE. Aug. 20.— Results 
here tin, IV follow: 
iia.HT BACr— Six turionai 

nil'.v Ea«ter iYoiin«> . ! %«Ki 14 05 IJ d.'S 

Jiiiii:le Hen (HaH'n 4 no 2 5.^ 

.Si ( irpen i Cmpilt s ■ . . 3 40 

Time. 1 m •) Also -uwv — Sa xon K ln« 
Tetry Tef. Simnntree. Phoebw Jo*. Victor 
nf W'nr. Ml'« Murctii. Elk Trap. Ladv Do, 

sifoxn RArr-^flu furlon*- 
.Si.iiic I iirlev , nailer ■ .. IllSS J . » < 

M:ii' rinlar.s ' Crmf n'.> l<" .. , « ' 0 4 on 
SlM..vlir. 'Cox ' • 3 40 

Time. 1 U 1-S. Alv» r»n Valerie Jean. 
(',n!ri Streak tl. Maaaie O'Boyle. Orlions. 
stolen Color. 

THIRp RArt>-SI< turlenir 

Fiiripedes iJarkioni I» 2.i '1 !>n I :i , 

Ki:!«rt"-v I. ir'M«rlIi i: 4S 

[.»-«'rr|rm«iii . Sporri I S 30 

I nu. 1 11 4- > Al'O ran rnnre Ileatlin. 
Sfr Bpenef. _ ta.iter Pol'.. "Dalkleth. Dr 
Punk. Bi Mine, BTfue Bo«i, Broadway 
I' . . .«• 

I (U.li:UUlACR.i— Mile and miv vord" 
Mil/-- 11 iStmp«>n' . »««0»J7O|3«* 
M*r ( -:i :in .o' . . 2 iO 2 3.i 

I »" S . rn • V 'rr I .... J flO 

i ruir. I 4.1 3 :1 AlMi ran Sunny Mondial- 
J.t .1 ft':< m rhenc Xurra Avonrtale 

»irTH RACr— Mile »nd 4*v<>nlv v•rd^ 
Niki'in iWi,hn'irnf> |« 70 »J *n »J 3.') 

T'p M -te ( Spfirri ' 

Ml'. Bam lOrrtflni 

'I ixr V 42 ANo r.in 



KICHAKDIiON HIGH 
AT WEEKLY SHOOT 



">» ' broke up Friday ball game, came 
iM ' to bat with Baraswell pn third and 
JjJ one run needed to win the tussle. 

109 Iir.trurt ions were Riven to pasfi the 
j vet<'ran receiver, but he elected to 
I try and hit and popped cut to Les 
' \!' r • (.,! .-a.-^men'j hurlcr. to end the 

.Stan D.I . ■ : ' 



Pohtmg 80 out of a po.v-ihle fi5 
Major Fred Richardson. vet'i.in 
marksman, was high scorer yciter- 
(fa^T afTernoon at Heals Range, at 
tile Vlctcria and District Military 
Rifle As.sociatlon weekly slioot. In 
.sciond place, one point behind the 
leader, was Cpi. O. S. Carr. 

The soQrea.Ml(»; 

Hon »no Tl. 

Ma' K liiilmidon 3:1 47 SO 

i;pl 0 a Carr 
8 M. W. H FufTell 
Bdr W. C (I*>er 
I. -rri r 8 R*"' 
Pie J Regan 
I. -CpT W. Alladorf 



, 3"i 

S3 

34 

n 

«i 

..... « 

U M f W. B MrKrr .14 



lidr J. Wood . 

R M 1 W H Wood 

(iiir B. Cavin . 

Sft. J. Oarff 

J C'*» N Ander .on . 

(dt R BHiiitley .. 

fdt W Arlanrt ... 



2 70 2 30 I Bd»m R Clark* 



33. 
13 

27 
il 
X2 
30 
33 
IS 

u. 



44 
*H 
44 
44 

4^ 

42 
40 
41 
40 
44 
3<> 
H 
40 
30 
41 
37 



7» I 

711 i 



for the Eagles bui was driven to 
the showers* In the second frame 
with - three successive doubles by 
Piiiier and Nex hitters, 'lorroviUc 
followed 'Da vle.<4 to the mound, and 
.tl'h'iiigh he *a,s h;' fre-lv wfn! the 
(li ;.ince. Le.s .Mi l^'isl h,;.>'d for 
'he ya-smen. 

Pltzer ■ laced out 111 teen ba-sc 
knocks Including 'Jim Nlmos cir- 
cuit drive over the cen-lrefteld fence 
in the fifth-inning with iwp mate.^ 
on the cushions. Hagles colJtcTPd j 

Burn 
'"Wf .sten 
RJ League 
0«0 240 l-i:)/' Sav-er 



forward to a cnnduMon 
Schedule for the we'-k follows: 

• A " SKC'TIOS VANCOUVER 
ISLAND FINALS 

Sunday at 2:30 

MacMillan Electric vs. Cameron 
Lumber. "Duncan; Bennett and 
Battle. 

Tues4lay at <:M 

Caiiii rem Liitnber \s .M.n Millaii 

Eledric. Athletic Park, Pk k and 
on the *labjy,op,j 



Rm mil iNcc.. 14 70 Jl 70 13 00 Madmn Uucrn . 

Knmky ri)Ui;l|Vii 'MrClaiii' 7 90.410 HVTH RA4'b— bix ImViimi. 

Merry Day 'Robeii^om 3 411 MikIi Trouble 

Tlmei 1 12 S-.") Al.so ran Divb. r. Aliiala. New Trial 

Wa»hlnttonlan. Htep.r.olhn Pitiietla ■ j»ck. of Spadea .... 

irrOVO RA<'r-:^l»H fiirl<in«'i. Huh Ace 

Rark i;p iNr\e>. IS 00 »3 10 $2 ao Will l)oo 

ClHrtoii iMertiltp 3 80 3 30 Oakham 

ni:ti O:. .MUlen . 3 40 I'ur^r Mr.iiri ' 

I inr ; )3 Al»o .tm. IT en.PlK.r Mi«» .SIXTH RA( 8la furlonat 
S!'!*.' Mi»» Judv. Veiflii I'luwer. Juniixr Moral Viclorv ... .... . 

n •.; I' :• Mini China. Aitio Row,' ,Ai p.raie ..... 



10 11, ftii 
00 'I 111 



•Bi Hu^ii' Q .... 
' Bi KllMer 
<Ci Opati Di'iM 
I A I Hlmonjk Bo* 
Knii)..!^ . , 

r ' flivkirtan . . . 

■Imp.,. ■■ 

sh\ > S t II N 4« I 
Miiry rtnim . . 

i*,fHlilip 



< ITV CHAMPIONSHIP 

Best Two-Out -of - rhrre First Oamc 
Friday 

Cameron Luiiil;er Co. vs CoIwoOd 
Wood. Athletic Park. Walt and 
QConnor 

POODLE I>0(; < I P 

Monday . 

Northwestern Club vs. Vourti? cifi- 
;'ens' I.e. ague. Victoria West; Stock 

and Tnpby . " " — - — - • - 



'IHIRIt RAC 1: — 811 furlonif 

Rem Hope 'Ne,.! • Ml • ' 

Irl- h (111 I I Meruit > s 
■TraMStuii nil ' Ne\>< ' ' *• 

Turf 1 17 ? ■ Also i«<, ik.,r,' N 
ri<;l H it '1 H 1< (I I.ucky Uoiin. ,Jri.ii;.e:i, 
K n< '1. t ,; v.rwpoinl. Native Oaual, 
ler, Crv»(»l I.a|ie 

rot'BTM KACar-rtvt antf •ne-half fur 

jr..,., 

Miivv."^ ,«hili»> IS 10 K SO 13 00 I ."^ir Hut»«iiy 

Nr. . Kf , « 70 4 10 I Hll (I ,k 

Ki-i. • y , 2 «0 llni,Uiil' n 

: 'I'..- A. 1,11 l'"i.irfract. I 'U' Jollo 
I'rB.'H'.,' II . < > iv; Mi"iii''« 

IIFTN RAIK— 0IX furlona* 

Mum Clertren <Neali . 1 12 .SO 14 «n 13 20 

oiitv Oeorve 1 Joneplifon ' SOO 3 30 

Cm fH fie Step 'Reynold' ' 2 W 

l .iiir. 1 IM-.*). ' AU9 ran Willalde. 
K ' <T].u>ii Piaitlimc. Ronnia D . ■ Uelsnd. 
railiiia I.iiM 

SIXTH RAl r— One mile 

Oli d .Spray iMerritti . . t7 M 13 70 <3 ?(l 

n»l ' f"' (Nr\r«, 4 70 3 CO 

rri' iii ci:r; ,r»c>nold«i 4 60 

Time. I 3» l i AlM> ran Bla. k. ^ p^^^^^^^^ 

nrimd Moral 



and oil' r . 



I Ki Yuunk, Allied 
>ir> Pier tint Moon 
Mi.ier riander . 
Calaveraii 

1 1*' 1 1 i|,|»i,e 
MTni'h-. 



til 

I no 

1 1 1 

1 1., 

10^ 
I0« 

101 
103 

107 
10* 

110 
110 

'1 1.1 
I' I 
I'll 

IU 

I in 
101 
I us 

101 

n t 

nil 
110 

1 1 1 



II «• 

II'.' 
nil 
111) 

K' . 

Hi 

Kill 
I OS 

Ifl 
n» 

i.<i 
10 1 



I II. Hill RAM.— Mile and one tiaieen.i 



'I ,,1 ,1 11: ,r 
Man,H;jih()4 
.My Keiard^ 
Han Kainoii . 
Our Johnny 
Utjiek lrf>ok 



Pad Butler, Bhaiia Over. 

Run ■ 

s>:vr>'rN ra< r. — Miie 



Temlin.^ Hour 



and one-Kia- 



•ril ' 



thirteen .safetie.v. McLeod fanned 
six and Torrovillr .'^"ven. 



Score by inn.ngs: 
Pit/xr and Nex — 



'■t I Eagles 002 341 3-13 

, H.itt^ne.-^ : .M Li ■ d wid Scott 
Da vies, .Torrovlile and- Drid je w oo d. 



V L 



WedneMlay 

A- Crt \' winner i ! N'or'li- 
Cluh vs. Yuiiiig Cilii'^ns 
Victoria West; Renfree andl"i<» ' 

TM, K 



110 »fl~TT"?Ki V i Tl 
3 I" • I'' 

I : r, 

Tune. 1 44 a-.'' AI'O ran Bhalol Cum 
ll'ivdv Ai.rtt Marvel Tlav Hon ut Dn 
Hlinrt hiarner 



nei 



I ll.H^H R %4 t— Mile and r,r>e.>: 
V -'f ' ~ - I'l 30 11 

,i-rn,i. i.n • ■ 4 ' 



DEL MAfli HACIHtr 



nF.i, 



.(iraf'oii. Da'.K.'Mi. Prince 



Camera Repairs 

. TRADES and SALES 
50r Union Bidg. 

Victoria 



^'''''^\]SoveleUe Tops 

Handicdp Event 



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ENtAMED 
PROSTATE 

Or aw OrtMrf Mi ml Mm 

. CORtOLT Of 

Boot M "Laaa m KUnhntxl and 
OUmt Bll Sf M*n. wits uraimam 
fnr iBlartcd Proata-a wiTHoi-l 
I rCRATION. . OlaiUMrti rorm T«>- 
i tn.inlAla and adTtc* la Atio eo- 
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.». :" ir.' i.i: t.-ickrt week touma- 
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THE DAILY CO|^,?l|»X,. VICTORIA; B.C. SUXDAY. AUGUST 21, 1938 



CELTIC HARD PRESSED TO WIN OVER HAMILTON 



DeUiuey JSets Lous^ 
Goal oj Match^n 

uen 





Last SeaMin's Football ChampionH of Srollish 
• League Srorr Srroinl Straijihl \ irtory After 
_^ Hard Matrli — Kaii}:rr> Held lo \ iv A«!ain 
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Hamilton A'-Hdf iiiK uls 0. GtltlC 1. 
HearU 6, Palkirtc %. 
Kilmarnock 0, Hlbenilan4_L. 
Quwii of South 2. Arbroath 0. 
Q i./r; P uk 0. Rl Mlrren 0. 
Hii.'!. !<< ■.< I.- I'.iii .( k Thtotle 4. 
Rangers 2. MoiJierwell 3. 

HECOND DIVISION! 
Ml* ' I, III City 0. Dumbarton 8. 
Dundee United 1. Cowdenbeath 4 
Diinfmnllne 0. Alrdrleonlattf 0 

t Stirling 1. Alloa 3. i 
l-ViuibiiiRh City 4, Montrose J. 
hVirfnr AHil'tif 2 Si rv-rr.airt> 2 
Lellh Athletic 3, Kings Park 2 
Morton a. Dundee 1. 

RtrnhoMM-rr '1 V ' ^' > 2 

KNOIJSfi FOOTBALL 
One week before the schedule 

opfii'. all EriflL^h Football lieggue 
l<>ain.s i);a\f<i pxhibltion game? 
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week of the righi -and-one-hair- 
month ScottUih Football Leaguf 
schedule closed today with keenly- 

f'.uRlit niatilics all down i^i'" line. 
hiotiiiK wa-s iK)l as hPHvy a.s in the 
ripi iiiiiK-day P'lr St -Division contests 
whin niiy-bix KoaU were nelti'd m 
~th»- ten games. 

'Hirpe conLr.sls were won bv th< 
^hllM)llt louti- I ,v<) by ti.t <i. " li 
or tilt' Kiiinr and two were drawn. 

Celtic. lai>t ycar'b champion, opi ned 
the season with a powerful ofl'-n- 
M\e display bT" defeating Kilmar- 
ii'.< k !)-l. Today. h<iw«'\ei. tlie C< I's 
sur\ived determined opposition by 
HamilU)n Academlcal.s to win 1-0. 

Glasgow Rangers , droppei! Simp- 
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lin*-up t'l.' :* i::ii.j< lail'd Ui 
" pr o duc e II wmiiiiii-: > i;M;f)iii.t' ion 
They brought their .seasons total 

polnta to two. having drawn both lodav Procef^Ls In.m th.. ovxon:.- I_ \l/i^c* I n/^/rti/J 

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week-end snatclied another point in 
the 2-2 italematc at h mn- aRRin.sl 
Motherwell 

ST JOHNSTONK V\INK 
Raiili and Albion Kow i; up liom 
the Second Division this >«Hr. suf- 
fered their .seropd successive defeats. 
Raith dropped a 4-2 decision to Par- 
tick ThlMle and St Johnstone 
edged out a :t \i rdlct over AlbOTT. 

Featun ih.ii' the .second divi- 
hloii— was played at Morton witl\ 
Dundee providing the opposition. 
Both (liihs were ilTmotcd to the 
minor (iniiit tills year snd won 
their season -openiiiK Rame Mor- 
ton won Saturday s contest 2-1. 

The Celts had to flglit .hard to; 
keep their first-half lead intac t after ! 
Delanev n< tted. The Aeeies .fought 
ti'Mii (111 e\rii ti'niis bikI were a 
trifle unlucky not to hcore. 
• Hearts, runner-up to the Celts In 
tlif i!>n7-;)8 <aiiiiwit;ii staved in line 
with llie ( liaiiipi'iiis pftstinR their 
second miessne sKtorv f'lvde 
and Parllck Tlilstle also liave .stored , 
two victories The Edinburgh club. 
tMhlnd the fhree-goal performance 
of Walter, drubbed Pnlklrk 6-2. ^ 
Clyde deleatvd Ayr Uiutrd :t I and 
the Tlll.'tlr' Miadr il 4-1! over Kslth 
Rovers 

. liLAKTS IKII MPH 
VoiiiiK opened srorHiK for Hearts 
and before the end of the first half i 
Rennle added two more. Walker , 
.srored the hat-trick In the final ' 
foriy-flvo inmiitrs Mi I ai lilati and j 
AiidiT.son .spilt Falkirk's (ounters. | 
Wallace gave Clyde a 1-0 first half ' 
lead and Noble and Martin added , 
two" more before Thow replied for 
the United. R^lth went into the i 
- lead iwlee against Part Irk but j 
eodldti t stem the Ola. «<>« t< am s i 
lute rally McCarlhur opened the j 
scoring and Wallace brniiRht the i 
count level lyfnre half time \Vli:i- 
law Rrtvr the ttovers the lead akM.ii 
M( Keiinan madp it 2-2 mid PU ken 
siul Ml Spadyen added another two ' 
goal to finish .storing. 

Tied 1-1 going into; the .s<(ond 
hall Rangrrs and Motherwell pro- 
vided ll)l'i\ I'alk ilnwit \Mlh a 

MzzlliiR brand of .soccer. Innear put 
Rangers In the lead and Brenner 
equalized. Midway throuRh the 
second half Stewart gave Mother- 
tiell tiie lead but'a last-iniiiuir 'a'.lv j 
h' tii» liKiit blues was iapi)ed by 
Klnnear s sr<ond tallv. 
_ Jniother games Aberdeen dnibbed 
Third Ijinark 6-1. Kllmamork lost 
1-0 to Mibeitil. ur Queen of South 
blanked Arbroalli 2-0 and Q ueen s 
p.iik ami .s^i Allrren battled to a 
scoreless draw. 

FIRST DIVISION 
Aberrie< II t; Third I.«iir«ik 1 
Mbion Ro\crs 2 ."^t .lolai tniir 3 



Re.su Its follow 

Arsenal 0. Toitei;ii,iiii HoUspurs 2. 
Coventry City 2. BlrminRliam 0 
PreMon North End 0. Blackpool 0 
Bolton Wanderers 1. Bury 9. 
Brentford 2. Chelsea 1 
MilIwall-0. Charlton A;hleti( l 
PXevrton 2, Liverprw)! 1 
Lincoln City 2. Orlm.sby Town 1. 
Leeds United 1. Huddersfleld 
Town 1. PlayiiiK in the only league 

L«elce6ter City 4. Derby County 2 J ,„atcii sclieduled. vi.suing Cowk luui 
Manchester City 2. " Manchester | cricketers yesterday defeated llie 



Fixtu re Wit h Albions 

Rpgisten 127-IO-94 Victory at Beacon Hill Park 
— IncogH Defeat Five in Friendly Match at 
IJniverKity School rounds— Juniors. Win 



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Doubles Matches Are Hard 
Fought as~Play Advances 
At Victoria Club Courts 



United 1 
Sunderland 4. Middlesbrough 2 

Portsmouth 4. .Southampton 2 
Aston Villa 1 We.^f Bromwich AI^ 
blon 1 

Wolverliampton Wanderers 4, 
.Vtoke City 3 

Reading 2 Alder.shot 2. 
Bournemoulli 1 Torquay (United 0. 
C*r\>ial Palace h. Bricton 1 
Bri-stol City 1, Bruitol Rovers 3 
Mansfield Town I. Walsall 2. 
Newport County , 3, Swindon 
Town 3 

Clapton Orient 0. Southend 

Unlt<^ 1 .pl.iyrrs 

Queen s Park Rangers 2, North- 
ampton Town. 2. 
Barn^ley 0, Chesterfield 0 

PlacJtburn Rovers 1. nuinlm 2 
niadford City 1. Bradford 4 
l uion Town 2, Wntford 1. 
New'ca.stle United 2. Oate.shead 1 
Norwich City 1. Ipswich Town 1 
Plymouth Arg^Me ."i E^<ete^ Clt\ :< 
. .Sheffield Wedne.'.<iav 4 
Uiiitc^,! 1 

Oldham Athletic I. 
County 6 

Ham United 4 Fulham 2 
Barrow .1. Carh.>le L'luied I 
Che.^ter 4. Wrexham 2 
Hartlepools United 2. Darllng- 
lon 1 

. Port Vale 3. Crrwr ^pxandrs 2 

tvym a. -er R< t i Rottierham 
United ;t 

.SoiiWiport 3. Accruigton Stanley 2 
Tt|«nmepe Rovers « New Brigh- 
ton 1 

Noi ' \ i< .-I 4 .Smi I.. CMiintN 1 
( ii.lirf City .1. Swansea Town .3 
Halifax Town 4. Rochdale 1. 
Mijill City 1. York City 1 



Albions. 137 to 94. at Beacon Hill 
Park 

At :hf University Scl.ool grounds, i 
Incogs, secorut-place eleven, gained 
.some measure of revenge for their 

defeat last week al the hand.s of the 
league-leading Five C .s. when fliev 
registered a one-slfleri triumph m ^ 
friendly match. The scores Were 
Five C's, 112; Incogs. 190 for seven 
wickets 

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Victoria Cricket Club met at Mac- I 



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Crfxxt bowling by Fox, who took 
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paved the wav to victory for 
Cowichaii ov( I the Albions. BuliinR 
.Sheffield I first. Albions found runs hard lo 

■ '"(Jet from the trundling of FV>x. and j Burn.slde Lawn Bowling Club nex' 
Stockport ; I iibbon.s with thirty-lr.c and F U ' Frid.u eveiiuu; The H.impton H.-.'id 
hYeemaii w itii tweiif. -Ii\e. were llie ^\^^^^ \y^^ mviled Ihiriy-two repu - 
oiil'. batsmen make a score. .s,,,i.,mvc. players from other aflili- 

Cireer Up-Island b<jwl€r, who came j gt^j, pj dLstrlcl. The lot- 

on late In th^ game, did not heipiio„;ne eiKht vkips will head the 
the losers to Improvp th« !■ ' il , , i,.,, ih-.^.h P, 

He took two wickets lor no : .n. ro^.n,:,. u. Uev»ar, D Roberl.son. O. 
-C- -W-.. Twl(^...jiadL_E^ S. Fox. 07ard. A. MltcheU. P Spooner ajjd 
Co\v;( hnn opening batsmen opened , vv. Paier.son. 
I ml idcntly , and between them 



The annual 
take place on 



HaC'iii Ma;rl\ -J... 
the gie«;ns of m 



With double.s matches iM iup. iiiw 
the spotlight, plav m the clt\ i.ei 
champion*hiph advanced anoilier 
.step forward yesterday at the Vic- 
toria Lawn TcntiLs Club courts 
j** Straight -.sol triumpl:.s were the 
n order of the day. but a number of 
'^1 the fixtures were hard lought. 

In the niens .singles. &lc Cox. 
C.PR fitleholder de'eated H Jark- 
MI), a ( lubmate. 6-4 7-6. wlule Reg 
A iKid another C P R player, was 
• \ f r.(t( <i to three sct.s before elim- 
1 iMiic A Llfton 
',.4 :!-6 fi-:! 

Ro.sult.s follow 

MEN'S SINGLES 
!.. W '.i won from A. Llfton. 

' 4. 3-6. 6-3. 

E. Cox won from 8 Jackson. 
6-4. 7-5 

MDN'S not BLES 

<i Hr< \M e C iM- and A Mc Bride 
A on from W Browne-Cave and O 
Gray. 8-6. 6-4. 
E Cox 1lnd I Temple won from 

A. WriRht and R Rufler R-6 1-^ 



.ST LOn.s Auk- 20 '.V' Managei | 
Hii; M. K. , !ui:f )! Mic Cuu innall j 
Red.s. aiinoumeii today Jolinny Van 
<ler Meer. his ace hurler. would 
not pitch until an udecUon in hi 
right ear cicared up 

Van Tier Meer complained ot pain j 
in the ear last niRht and went to a 
spc< ialist wlio iieaitd the infec- 1 
tlon. A small tumor wa.s rcmovecl>j 
from the-^tcher's left ear Thurs- 
day. — — 

CLOSING mm 

IN U. CRICKET 




St . John AmbulaMe Brigade 

toria ni\i.-iot. N'' Hi 

n! a !!a::';'-"n;. • ■ 



a' ii>n 
I 1 11 arnbU' 



.-ei 



-;rmfnt ot 'he 
o y .1 11.11- 
by Aiimg- 



LONDON. Aug 

plav scores in 



20 CloMe of 



Ronnie Mayell Eludes Death 
In Serious Crackup at 
Langford Track 

Pituiuig hk> powertul racinti ina- 
laiie with deft .skill Woody" Wood- 
lord, ace Los Angeles daredc>h 

making; Iii.h first api»iaran<r <><\ d 



Entilish cncket ; lo<^«l trt^ck made a clean .swe- p o; 



The scores were n^auhcs started today follow: 

OUunorgan. 281 runs tor thret 
wlckeus. vs Leliestcrshlre. 

Northainptoiisture. lUo. liaiiip- 
shire. 40 for four. 

York.shire 320 bulcllfle. 100) 
vs NottinBliain.shin 



the events «t the Langlord Sp»ed- 
A.I. la.st evcnim; Pat ke<i i.;nri. 



lam e I : :i . : i . 

,-pe«dw.i\ «a :n,i :■• : 
wood, supei inicudi 111. 
Mayor James Adam foUoWmn the 
■.ine irial.s The ambu'ame -aw :m- 
u. diate u.se shortly atleiwaid whc.i 
IP serious crackup occurred . 
Acting - Ma\or .\(lam csplalneH 
'I ml the niaeliuic would b«' us*'d by 
■lie brigade in all Us uiiderUklngs 
and was not im rely lor Service al 
lil-.e Uack .suju i intendent Harwood 
expressed his thanks to .Jack l ay lor 
I inanaKer of tlie oval and metition< d 

i that,, the ainbulaiue would be ol 
valuable assistance to the brigade 
m adnilnlst4'r«iB to the injured at 
' public ; uiK 1 1 I 

MI.>M'.s Hl.( OKI) 

I Wri'Kl; Ml li.iH I', ii.is.'eil e(|ualliL.' 

II. ,. I ( I Ml ,1 ui I he t line 1 1 la Is 

I when lit burn« d vip llie surlar*' ui 
j l«4-8 .seconds, one-fifth of a second 

slower than the fasf. vt tiip re< oirted 

Wo«idloid wa.s trailed to the fin- 
ishing line in the lielmet dush by 



Aun(.s.^-d the llirlllmg racc.s wlilcli McMurlrie and Synies, both of 



saw the Callfomian chalk up llu 

|laMe.st circuit of the oval ui ll|e 
I time MfiLs romp home in the .le.- 
I mi I da.sh capture his heat da.sli 
!aKd liiially wind up by sn»tctUii4 
Sussex. 279 .John Langrldge. 114); [nr^,, money Ui the mam twenf. 

I) rbyshire .S6 for two • fixture Itoin the hand ot .'ark 

for three spauldlng. Seattle 



.S6 for I AO 
Worcester' hue. 414 
iCooi)»'r. 1»6 not out Martin, 
not f>ut ■ v Warwick.shire. 

1,111 a .iun 273, (Houcesiorshln 



Seattle In the first heat dash tlie 

three pilots finished in I lie same 
<»rdei Symes captured the s#(<ind 

I heat daSh with WeS Mome .Seiiiiie. 
s 'cnnd and Jimmy. Laird, Uiud. 

ISpaulduiv, made the fastest tell laps 



I lead In the et|tltrenth lap 

Ui ippid in and a\i i 



d 



B Evaii. anrl K H.ubii..son wdi lf-< lor three 



scori d filfy-se\en runs The next 
throe wickets fell cheapl;. . but A. 
Johnstone and P. mlkinson ' con- 
tributif^d useful rMns|/at the iikIU 
moment. D. ColUsoA At the tail- 
e .d of the batting. jlplayed a nice 
innings 6f twenty-sis not out 

Battlhg first at, |h«. University- 
S< hool ground.^ a weakeiK-d Fi'.e'C.s 
eleven rou^nnl'. muster a 'o'.il ot 
112 run.s. Of ;lii.^ i. .mimi-: (WotKc 
I Payne scored .'.eventy-one. his hits 
I tnclud' » 



ten fottm and one six 



Hi \ Comli V Tva: the only other 
r's ha' man to i rm h rioubic 



»ht Sportsmjnihip 
To Tslis Wlist Ws« Cammf to Hm — 

LORD JEFF 



Primrosp Heads 
I Billiard lA*aprup 

J PTimro.>e wb.« re-clrcfcd presi- 
dent of the Iiiter.service Billiard Five 
Lea gue at the annual m—ttng hald .l^tt .n 
recently In the Kvuw and Navv 
Veterans clubroftm.- w.ii-er 't.ilhot 
I energetic secret srv wa,s also tp- 
tiirn*^ to-ofBre for another year, 
Reprr.srntatl v r ^ fr om the Britannia . 

pM • Ve' r i;. , of I-rance. Naval 'Pi^'" C total without fiuther loss. 
Veteran.., Army and Navy Vetersns I'^f K'r ihus pair retired. Godfrey 



l'A>S HVI. ( S Tt>T\L 

In ot{s lost Rfg Wenman 



and 

Hm, e;n - Rathlou for thirty -.sev en 
Fu»»r tuow . amlth and TWrtsU he- 
came a.SvSOclated and passed the 



The home tram will be a.s ;o.- 
lows 

C. A. Cropp. C P Smith, A. W 
Stewart. J. W Mercer, skip. 

.< Kit, ev (1 Little. L. Pollard. C. 
A. Uoodwui. .skip. 

W. Proudfoot. D Ramj^ay, A PUy- 
fair. T. Deve.-on .skip 

E. Ea.stham. H Hun-.s F Holme 
W. W. Davidson skip 

R. N, Oahan, W Brans. A Fiiidlay. 
E. Myer*. skip 

.\ M Sii;. :a.: W W Cros.s, R H 
Harrison. W. H. youhill. skip. 

t O. Spencer E B e lg r ave. P: 
Conoran. R C; Thrower, skip 

H Stewart. W. Peden, 8 ClaikP. 
H lA. Wright, skip 

Big Crowd G reels 
^ or th Shore Sitlc 



from N Williams and Ar Taylor, 
6-4. «-l 

.1 r T F.dward., ai.d B;u 11 Walkei 
woti from H M Cm;. I, ell ^nrl J 
Andcr.'on 7-,'i ti- 

, R _ A. Phi;iip.s and' A C Biand 
Won' from D Humphries and D' 
Bird, 7-', fi-2 

J C I Fdv^ald.^ and Ba.-il Walker 
won from B Evans and E. Harbin- 
.^on. 6-4. 6-4. 

WOMEN'S DOI RLEK 

Mr. F'i'v^.uc ' I '1 M:. H li king 
won fr HI] \\t: Ijioiidland and .Mls.s 
Law. son 6-n. 6-J - 

Mr.s Marshall and Mu> P, Jack- 
son won from Mi.s.s Cren.se snd >tl>c. 
Arnoft 6-4 6-3 

.Mrs Birley.and Mrs Tonialm won 
I from Mrs. Clarke and Miss Harris. 
8-2. 8-2, 



Somerset. 357 iLei-. 14) i 
three runs for no wicket*. 



the . veiiiiiK to rimv liMinr in 
aHer takiiiK the | front of Land and Mayell in ttie 
third Rrriup In the fuurUi dash 
Caldwell snatched the lead from 
Maveii and was In front of the 
field just ijeh re the accident hap- 
|M tied Spauldlng took .Die evMit. 
with Frank White. Victoria, ruiiner- 
up Ken Hltieks won the Model 
'•T' race. 

After draw it 11' Ui p'... p ..'i'i'iii m 
the final race, bpauldjng made the 
remainder of the riassy field eat hli 
du-t until the (fid of tiip rigliteriit.li 
mi:a( uloii.s e-.i ap l,tp %heri Wo' dtcirfl iipin fl IIiim,h{ij 
his tm.y ••! i! m; ti,, I. i,),, .,1 It;, .s<'aiMe boy, 
g,,lf cari-^ ned dl7./(ly l^rourih the air 4i'.'i ' i aiking up a i k-aii .swerp. i^pauld- 
ihampionship. which will get under I '''""'^ J'^^'P'"'"" ymnj^mti^wi^y'w Mi Mm- 

way at the V.cwria Club on August "«"v m.i o, uUui. .Mem- tri. third and .Mvmes lo.uti, 

28 and be con'inued on September ' be" Jo^m AinbuUiue Bri- B<n KuiU.n, local Ve. lai.ed i^ 

t 4 .ind will ' n e next Friday ' Wd* adminl.steie|ti r^r-lt aid immedi- see action last night a;^ his car was 
evening at".', o.'.oik with ofHclalS at | •'''V ""^ lepoi tfd( laavrll to have laid up with a h,' '^.f: axle Fred 
; lie Oak Bay course. The defending reeeivrd ahi-.i-sioi^.s ol tlM> lefi aim la./an Carson . ...i^d i.,) .r, *n 
champion. Jimmy Todd, who has'»li»> ■ badly cut! il^ufnb The .speed 



Entries for ilij v 
Golf Tournament 

I it dost' i l iiltiy Maye.l had a 

' [trom dcalit^ " ^ 

Entru.' for 'he annual 



^iim ii,i»'iu.y liom .scoring a victor-, 
when the car of Ronnie Maveli a 
Surrey,- Ij^jT^-j makiiiK Iil' iinti.il 
I bow bi fore the laiLs rol.ed o.ei and 
|lK)iiiiced on Its pilot alter .sinking 
the Trracliine of Digger' (^aldvNell 
that went into a .spin in front ol 
the p.'K k"ti Miiri 

IlKiVKK IS 1,1 ( KY 



1 i: \ 



nd the Pro Patrla Branch attended '.Wenman and Holt took up the forc- 
the parlev 1 Ing ' bMlVng and the Incog's sc ore ^ _ 

Tlie n. xt meetinc will be held on | '"O""^"' rap'cily. With th#f tfltlT M i Vkncoun'r'.'i Dnmltilon champion 

190 for scvon wickets the Innings i .soccer team. North Shore Vr\-'r\ 
was declared closed, leavma the In- 'rune h h k -o 'he Cih.^* from W.;,- 
COgS easy victor'.. ■ ^ . • . Ije s:rr rrl h'> 2000 

Qodf rey .Wenman took su fans who fUled the railway d^pot 
wTTketa for forty-six runs, and TIs- jand overflowed outMde into the 
d.iU in his inninR.s of 67. hit .eight ' s' reef 



Fridav .^l|^u^t 26, when entries will 
accepted and reports submitted 
; the club deiegstes. 



VANCOUVER. AuK, 20 - North 




3^. 




SLIF£EB 

I mlHNl))ng' the kra^ 

I r a fl i • i •> n * of • S i i 
famiui<> old l.lliiiliilrrjr, 
(Rnitled In RnnH . 

75 



.'ours and two sixes. 

Smsrt fielding and timely hitting 
gave the Junlara.a fme trlUQiph m 
thrir match with the seniors 
Macdonall Park I, Macdonald was 
top bat.sman for the wiruiers with 
.thirty -eight, not out. Q. Ci Grant 



It took the tram live teanie' to win 
tl-.e. champioaship, fh-stead of 'iie 
scheduled — tw'a.oiii.f>fithre e -Jte rie.s 
uf that dldn f lessen tfte cheer that 



went up as the reri-«weatered plav 
ers .stepped down from their tratn " 
They had brnuBht the Domti.ion 
ones, scorlne fifty-two and I champion.vhjp to Bri't^h, Columbis 

or f,." 'hr '(iird succevivr vear fn 
'1' held bv New Wr ••i.ij:^ter 



forfy-tRree re.»pecti\ r i> . put 
most of ttie runs for the lo,ver.« 



Deutled .score of the Alfiioris- * r,,. «nd last year by Vani OLve-^ 



t6oi 

DfCANHR 



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CoilcJ-an league match follows; 



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rm«» 



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COWIUUX- 



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■ .• ro» s «->■•■, 




Thi< iftvertitetnent i« not fmblitlied Or displ.^ved hv th« Liquor 

Control Boird or bv the GflY.tfiimtnt Jiiiti»,h j^iflto^-^- 



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I Johnstons 

I PEDEN GETS AWAY 

ON LONG JOURNEY 

BREMl3lfON,"W«sh . Aug 20 •«» 

—Given a rousing send-off, Torchy 
Peden Victoria six-day bicycle 

rider jy"' ■ ■ * '-vav f-om ' i ••i-'- 

If. e hi .I' ■ hejlT- B , , • ' V 

e \ !■ • ■ ■ ■ ' ' ' . ; , pr - 

"n.rLsula I'h.-ee hundred speclatryj 
• aw I he . ceren»onies and heard sev- 
eral ^p*echee B»a»# Htghwav Ps- 

TTmir.a.* 



MIXED noiRLKS 

Mr and Mr.» H'xking won from 
MLss Harri.s and Gray, 8-3, 6-1, 

Mr.* Btrley and Bladen won from 
Mus .Jafk.wiri and Brand 1-h fi-T 

M1.S.S Ander.'on and S Jack.son 
ivon'from Mi.'.-^ o Pp«lxBnd''f» Wtl- 
llMDtJL-1, 6-3 

. WOMEN'S SINGLES 
First night 
V!u.' M Hi r-.Jor.e vjon from MLv 

F .'- .va.uic. 7-j.-6.-2... 

Mrs o Terrv won from: Miss M. 
WlLson 6-3, 8-0 

Mr.s Good land won from Miss D. 
Nf'»mati fi-} 6-4 

Ml.:,';_.He:en . C.oiij.^^aL... WQn.-i£Qm.L 
Miss O Peet7 6-3. 6-4 ^ 
MFV V SINGLES 
Fir^t Might ' 

D McClure won from A Loeklev 
3-8. 6- 1 0-4 

R "Bladen won from F Harbin-on.' 
6-3 .fi-n 

D Da\i.s «on from J L>avii».< 
JLfl— ■ . ^ 

MONDAY S DRAW 
4 00 .Miv, Green '\\ mIv M 
R.ce-Jone.s, Mrs Ooodland vs Mrs 
Terry _ _ 

.5 OO-B Walker \s K I .; 
V .Tones v C LUfa.- O King vs 
D Davl.s A C Braid v.s G Gray. 
R Tuthli; V \ \^^:am.• 

6 00'- A W;;^gl.t [T W, Pn,'.i>. 
Mlssea McCall ~anTi M'DMt.a.rt 
Jil" Terry snd-Mrw Ber.- t. R; h- 
gy<fW)n and Briscoe \. Clarke and 
Jack-son; winner of Wilkinson and 
Brown and McCor.nsn an-! Poiiehev 
vs Wells and Harruv Mr Marsi,«i; 
and Cor.'lr'.d . v,-^ Ml*/ Cheer and 
Temple: winner of Ml.v Peder, and 
Muss Grant vs 
Rice-Jone« and Mis* Martiil 



left-handed his wav to four sirces- 
slve titles, will be at the l^rst tee in 
the qualifying test/ with hopes of 
making it five straUthl 

The tournament is r>f)en to all 
shotmakers re,sident witlun :wii.', 
miles of the citv and wha^ liandi- 
ap is twenty-four or le.s,s under par 



waton Was liM..lcid 4"-"' 
impai t wi ll the ^racK and wa* con- 
siderably damaged 

Tlie f ra.sh came on the seventh lap 
m; 'lie fourth heat raee won Dv 
ildiiu' Tiie la"er had lu.s'l ' 
slipped pa.st the Victoria boys .:orn- ; 
init into the .home stretch w h e n | 



thp main event when he took tM -iie 
•fence .Ttrd landed right side up lac-^ 
Ins the track. 

SElKl^tK INJURED 



svs<<-r» Following- Ih* thirt \ -six , dldwcll l(»sj control mT mnm- 
holes of medal play the first round.' I and wei»' into a spin His car 
of the championship will be ran off caromed across the track In front of 



in .srpTiiiber and ellmitiStion.' will 
rMii'inue until the final Is plavrd 
on September .■> over thirty-six hole^ 
Pree privileges of the course arc 
extended to all entrants on^Frldav 
next or after 2:30 on the following 
dav 



PHILADRLPHIA. Aug 20 '>r - 

Ciff/tge Selkllk .Nc'i. ^'ork ^',lr■',k»ef' 
QiUjjeldf r. wa; >e^if back 'o NfW 
York lortav for examlnatioii b\ Dr. 
Rfvberr. Walsh, club physician Sel- 
kirk injured hb right thlsli in 
Washini>on ye.'terday. 
The world rhampions' moft un-^ 
^ lo:tut,,tte pi aver was carried off Uie 
diivers weal and the engine *aA ^^^^ „^ xt\f seventh Inning of the 
damaged, btit the pilot escaped with first game against the Benators. 
a 'hakinc up Thur.'riav, following a collision In 

In tribute to the fine work of the short left field. 



Mnvell who w a,s flehtUiR to reg.iin 
thr lead he had lov Caldwell's .auto 
'V I- struck ju.s' in front of 'he 



1 S^'ANMlAAl GOlf WtEK AT 





w^innef of Mw N. " 



arrrtm parted 



TWIT " 



IJ"! 



■ him to HoortAporf 

I Alex Peden' Vicons aidern-un 
and an uncle has been delegsted hv 
■t,» C 'v Crur.ei; 'o riMH||9 par'v 
s" Aberdeen prd scmI^Rt it fo 
j SMttliP fiejii vmX. 



HOSTAK TO FIGHT 

SEATTT F K:.z 20 .r -PrOfMttt 
Na'e Druxrrjih i>aid tonight he aras 
looking for an otiUUiutlBr.iiuddle- 
-r, rr»»- 'he new ' chaapton. 
a: Hv'sk ;n a ten-rourtd non-title 
• igg gU Iwre B ep um bt i J». , 




Oolf il KING si Jsipcr during folf w««li, U'l 
lilt Ki^hlifKl of iKe i««»on Jtiper P«rl( Lo<i9«, 
III at I its informal luaury, it open widrte ika 
fri«ft^i««(/ meif i«t( crowd of foMert (K«( tv«r 
•uembled for an annual tournamtnt You've 
30I toi>« 90od lo win tKc iilvcr Tot«m Irophy^ 
bwt tli«r«'ere lots of other cvcr>(t for m«n and 
women, 
new 



i«n, no ■iltttf yo«r kandicep Plan 

lo b« iCnoTGOLP WEEK •( JASPERI 



% 



101 



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Plus tax - 
$1.111 



IatIwWm grM rIaM t y » ny rf »»»», inu»- Ur->i< itntS 

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THE DAILY COLONIST^ VIC 



rST 21. 19J8 



Private SchoolsiWill Open Shortly 



PRIVATE SCHOOL - 
BEST SUBSTITUTE 
FOR PERFECT HOME 

llios« in iAiar^e Hsvw^SS^ole Interctil the De- 
\( iopiii(-iit uf Indivicfttal Characteristics of the 
Childn n UnAer Their Ca re — True Educa- 
tion Defined by Weil-Known Authority 



I the ideal home, but the nearest approach to it may be found 
•* in the private schools. There the child ftndi th« rtcularity, 
th« quiet yet interesting atmosphere and personal love and in- 
terest for which he longs and which are to necessary during 
III*' r»* r"'fi dpvcif>ptin nt I are. in f»ct. real homes, beautiful In 

The lyMpr rlav r,t publu wliools appointmefh. diRni/ifd and refined 



ST. LOUIS COLLEGE 




1002 
Pandora 
AvaiMl* 



CQNDUCTED 8Y THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS OF IRELAND 
Grade 3 to Marricwiafioii 



in spirit, headed Wy own and women 

InterMted In youth and kkllled In iu-> 
iiroper dir*ct>v^n It u here Umi 
k«ra ' end girl*' irerk undw 
wiMkfal eyea of thoaa whose sole 
Interest is to see them develop u 
iheir Ulciivs jusi-fy; where liberty 
In iiutu^t and aaion u encouraged 
as tlM child laaims by experience: 
where good form Is taught as a 
new.ssary factor of community" li:e < 
.:. v,hich be who takes nuLsi give. 
£4(i<;»U0Qists throufhout the world 
are reallalnff mora and more that 
the private v hool U a laffltlmate, 
valuable factor U\ the instruction of 
children. ^ 

Prlvabe InaUtutlona. with teach- 
ers selected with tpeela] regard for 
personality as well as scholarly at- 
tainments and In accordance with 



SPBOnSHAW 
CEIiBRATES 




Local Business School Es- 
4ablished Here Twenty- 
Five Years Aflo 



equipment necessary to enaMa >«h«l and 
pupiLifi BM* bi* OommlMi. Oovern- f ether . 
mant examinations, "by vfalefa hti work is 

i obtains his authority to operate a i^ttempt is 

' standard conunercial or Oovera* 
nant set 

spioit-Shaw School Is a member 
oi 11, e Business Educators' Aaso- 1 In conM?QUenoe. the knowledge 
nation of Canada Onlv .schoob, RaiAed l.s not sup>erflcial, but Is .«> 
With approvad sUndards «nd •q4Mj;>* j practical that its application is si. 
mant, as well as approved quallfloa- entirely natural process, 
tlons of iiv^tructors, are admitted ' pvom the day that the atudent 
to this a.s.^x lation. No Other school i enters business college, he Is treated 
on Vancouver Lsland baa the tteoca-lM an adult, and not the least valu- 



weB to- 



made pleaaant,. but no 

made to ea.^e v below 
business standards, unless their ef- 
flclency has been well pro\pn in 
actual test .abor (cuts are avoided 



fMry qualifications. 



TRAININO IS 



Twenty-five yeara 

Sprott and Jamr.^ H 



The Royal Business College 

"Tk« eskMl Tkai (Mt nanlts" 
airroMN Tsasi Beointa ti7br»ay. sBrnmaEB s 



Comalsts aaa rsrUal attnofrs^ble. A«eo«iBta»ey mMI 
Vmne ' Mn simI wom*n 



eratartal OeursM tor 



IndlvtdlMl lMtrvetMa-R»pM IU*«lt»— Ineluahrt ^•►-TeitbortJ PrevMH 
IfuailMr «C BtuaMU Umlted to BlthUrn 
BNBOtL NOW 

rot RatM and froapMlu*. WrIU. Call or Teltphont U «01« 
rnmthmi. a W MatiBMU INm earn), ISSS OAvtrnmtnt felrMi 



BELMONT KINDERGARTEN 

III (il^DKTONB AVBNUB 
r»t,hmi. MBs. A. (.R(>\ »,!«, lirsSaaU •! CavmStaa RIntemrUa 
Pall Tam esMmaacM Beptembur S . ' • rnr rull Partkulara PImm 0S3»* 



ST. ANN'S ACADEMY 

vfCMfeu. a.c 

RtSIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GI«LS 

W ■ M . ' 1 . . •■;(': . ■ '•\ ■ ' - - 

rNtM\HV<IA ' rii M \ I II II I I.A I HIS AM> NOBMSl CNTaASCI 
I \ \ M IS t I loss 

(iiMMIIlllM 1(1 r \K I Ml S r I . n i'lr>"« (""Ui" R»rrct.irl«l Stu'l'< 

;. , M . ..I.: T)iMri>u,:h Pi ri'ur.iti'iii tat C'vu .SfrMir ExamUfaUota 
Ml Nir l>» P * H rMf NT: S'li.l'ntK I'rrpurtfl tor Hoy»| A.artfnv iloiiion, tnc 
«nil loroni" Connf r»»tory E«»miiialii>ii» 
AUt STI im» Cr'vor. W.i'pr ( nlor OiN und fliii* rmntliif 

jphyitaal Caliar*- <i*Hrt Tmni' luvkr-h.i't fi .-•n- iti'm- othtr Oamn. 

For PurtiruliM Ainrtr l9 BIBTrR SirPBRlOR 



Prftf . J. B. Ifoff man's School 
of Music and Opera 

' din »Y)RT .oTRrrr 
btHn Yoa a UoJi Thareualt, BeiMllfte tralninf in 

The Art of Singing 

Prnln B««innlni to Af '.>- Pi : ! Inrliidlni Htait Afting and PolM 
Annual Operatic Pttfoimanm fliatcd by Advanrtd PuplU (In Coatum*) 
Rvrltali, Bai« and Boaaatbto BiHUia Pupila afwr eomptttlni Uia antirt eeinaa 
' will aa*lit«d In obuinlna tirbuii. Pre* volet trial. Intrrviawa lavtlfd. 
rajehlat Nr Ttraad Opera. Oi^tarK atdlal. BIr.. la Paar t aataatw 
Alaa Caaapltla CaarMa hi Plaaa sad Haraiaar 

PROF. J B. HOFFMAN 

Pnrni»r aint*r at Roval optriui of Barlin and Vltnna 
OrKd«at«> Roral AcaitftriT nl Mmlr al Berlin, Oermanv 
aiudio Opta Dally Prooi SAM Till • P M. Phont OIOSI 



.set Ideals, axe able to deal witl) the " ' ' 

^4i.,dt^^ 

Many definitions have been given to t"*"^* s^wu^*^ 
the word education, but uiulorlylng 
them all Is Uia oonception that it 
d eneiee aa attempt on the part of 
members of a human society to 
shape development of the coming 
generation In accordance with their 
own standards and ideals. Fre- 
quently the word hae been used in a 
wider sense than this, however A 
well-known educator included un- 
der It: "everything that helps to 
shape the human belhg." Another 
noted personac» observed that "to 
prepare us for eomi^ete living Is 
I the function that education has to 
dlsebarte." 

' PRECEPTS AmJID 

• AU schools and educatleoal sys- 
tems have observed these definl- 

iion.i fhroughfxit fhr atre, and to- 
day these same precepu are stiU 
applied In modem schoola with 
lADdlMLilfisnca of luteniUy. IL la 

here that the advantages of the 
private school bc< oine apparent. 

In this type of InstltutlOD a far 
greater ailMuht of Individual atten- 
tion is accorded each pupil and the 
child's needs, characlerlMics, health 
and ixrent abtUties are closely 
supervised. 

Because of elasaes which are com- 
paratively small, pupilh of privare 
.schools are more, carefully coached 
In their studtes, while the growth of 
character, which i.i considered one 
of the chief jxjint.s of a private 
school education, i.-. i arcfuUy fos- 
tered. Habits Of study, thought and 
application, qualities of aeU control 
iuid leadership, pow^r^ of analy.nis 
and logical deduction appear in the 
1 man as they are planted .Mti 
developed in the child. It la also 
true that habits of morality, honor, 
truth and lioiit.sty praciustd by the 
man are direct reflections of mflu- 
' enoea which surround him as a boy. 

SLHUULOFAKT 
Mm SESSIONS 

H. Faulkner Smith School to 
j Commence Fall Term in 
I Marine Building 

J The H Faulkner .'^mitli School of 
j F'liie and Applied Art. Vancouver, 
iliC . will, with the op«'nlng of the 

I .sc.s'-'.'.ti iM :itlrarfivr quarters in the 
M.u;iif- }iuilfUin:, where there is 
ev : I .;:r.» i,:ri.< e ;o aid stiidenl.s 
ui Uifir studies, combined with a 
cheerful and pleasing Environment 




ago R. J 

Beatty came 
rchased a com- 

toria Buslneaa Xnetltute. enlarged 
the equipment and moved the school 

to the Brown Blo<-k on Broad Street! 
The following yenr they look over 
the Sucteas Bu.Mno.s.s College and 
.shortly thereafter moved to the 

pemiyrton Building. i*t«Ju..ihti^pop|i,n,ties Awaiting for 

liKiil Radio -Telegraphy School wa.s ^ ^ 
ab.sorbed by Sprott-Shaw and tlie 
curricullun was, therefore, broad- 
ened to Include radio-telegraph and 
llne-telegraphy. ' 

Shortly alter tlie war the .school 
opened a collegiate department and 
placed a fonnsr principal of the 
Victoria High School In charge. In 
thLs dpr>artment a number of young 
men who had gone over-seas betfore 
completing their high school courses 
Hrere. at the request of the Do- 
minion Qoyernment, given their 
training In subjects leading to 
matriculation to univrr.Miy 

ifl im the ecrgt^-ghaw gnudim 



BUSINESS 



Graduates From Commer- 
cial Schools and Colleges 



able of the acqusltions gained is 
the an-a(;ailiwUW «tth his fellows 
pieaaanUy a«d without awkward- 
ness. • .. ■ " ' 
I ARTS NOT NEGLECTED 

For the student who Is more In- 
' teresied in receiving training in one 
or other of the arts, the art scho^)Ls 
I and academies listed in this ^c- 

guaranteed to ^IngTout^he unde- 
veloped talent and originality of the 
student. 

Many of the best -known figures 
In Oaiutdlan art today pa ieed aome 
portion of their formative period In 
srtiools such as these. 



on the eomer of Oouflaa and 

BrouKhfon Stre<'t.s, was completed 
and the school was moved to the 
new premises, which were built 
e.'^perlally for It* convenience. 
TIIOISA.NDS TRAINED 
aince the formatioB of the school, 
thousands of young people have 
been trained by Its various courses 
nr. (I the name Bprotl-Shaw hiis 
btiome a household word In 'he 
city and district.' It l» not now 
uncommon to find the second 
generation attending the school. 
Graduates of thi.^ .school may be 
found holding posltloas of responsi- 
bility in Industry In many parts 
of Canada and In the Coast cities 
of the Unlt^-d Stale.s PuplLs of the 
local school have done .--o wel! in 
the civil service examinations, both 
Provincial and Dominion, that 
many of them are in various 
branches of the Oovvcmment sefvlce. 

The laf^'.st addition to the curricu- 
lum Ls a broad cour^ in commercial 
art includlnK fashion Illustration. 
I iMi'ooinnK. mrrrhandl.'-e rendering 
etc The head of this department 
1 is a man well qualified In all 
bi;ii;ihe.s of tlio art 

The ^^hool ha.s maintained a mm '. 
hi>.;li --t;in<!ard of ef f iiueii' y and ' • 
I a.s the heads of its various depart- 
ments, Instructors of outstanding 
i inllflcation.s and wide experience, 
. lime of whom have lx>en associated 
with the school for more than two 
de<:ade.s. 

The rooms <>! the .school are 
.steam heni<Hl. .srlentlf Ici^llv vei-.ti- 
lated, and the ( ln.s.sr(>om.; ^re ld«'nlly 
arranged Although the bulldmg 
gets daylight from all four .side.^. 
t.h'Te Is now being In.stalled for the 
ronvenieiue of nn;ht d.i.'^.se.^. the 
vwv iHfe.st type of indirect light- 
ing. Tlie' .school premises oc.eupy 
The [range of subjerti; which will ' "P^^ than 7,000 square feet ofjrioor 
bo untler the direct supervision of •'^P«»^' siipplv ample acroniimo- 
I H FaMlkiier Smith." ^ifleis essen- , t^f^oh ! : .•'>fl jtudents 

nil I ()l IPMENT 
The iij upiiKiu crtii.sLSt.s of,' the 
nliORt modem of stiindard i>fflce 
applianoies, including Inearly seventy 
((ypewTltln(c machine^ of vJrioui 



One of the minor tragedies that 
business men and women are called 
on to m lUi ee e ' »Br <e "tfae^ turning 
away of bright young aspirants for 
positions — youths and girls with 
plenty of hopes and all the ambition 
m the world, but a sad lack of train- 
ing in the technique and methods 
essential to tlie weaker 
mercial life of today. 

The tragedy to those who know U 
!'.'>• s(> mueh that U)e.«' b«>ti;nvpu^ 
are unable to find positions, but thai 
they are so poorly equipped that 
even when a favorable opportunity 
presents Itself, they are Ill-equipped 
to take advantage of It. 




DAYmmt 

BOARDING 

SCHOOL 

ftrGOUS 



THETRi.NTirAir. 



From Kiodeigarten to Honor Matricul.iti.io. Well 
balanced curriculum. Experienced f'itJlt Ne* 
Buildinsi for Junior SehooL Beautiful gmund"- 
Playing fiel la of t.Nrr twenty a<Te(j. Out-of-door 
exenmes aud ganioB. .M uxio, Art, Household Seience. 
Oyauiaatica aodJJ»6cmg. n».w school tibm 

Nr» Boar^^fr^ 



- Bf i I 



mmm house 

HAS HIOH TONE 



Principles of Best Brttiah Public 
Scheola arc RtgMly Adhered 
To by Teachers 

With every advantage of spacious 
an tdeu location in an 

imdenlably healthy district, and 
modern buildings, Malvern House, j 

a- R'..!.:-.i-;;rt R'>ad. hoW.s a 

growing reputation as a first-class 
boarding and day school for boys. 

Founded In 1924, Malvern Hou.se 

l.s under I he direction of T. P Em- 



STl DtNTS .SOON PLAC bO 

Wishes the 

spe(iali/*d training that means 
.security and congenial work, lase no 
time" In consulting a bu.slness col- 
lege. All are staffed by men and 
women of wide business experience, 
whohe Kift l.s tliat thev not f)iily 
know and understand the commer- 
cial requirements of today, but can 
efTectlvelv .-^rhool the Inexperienced 
aspirant in them. 

Perhaps the best proof of the 
rommerrlnl .school's success in iralft- 

\r.i: yrMiiiK people Ls the Change that 

I. I. -its notlre after thfir son or 



DififiON-HIBBEN, Ltd. 

M ss<eBsi m i far TisttssN. SteMihT Art S m u W i i. I»c. • 
1210 •OVMNMINT STREET PHONE G 1194 



essen- 

tullv |i (M-actical and professional 
trainin|i under the dlrtrtlon of one] 
who h|».s had manv yeans experi- 
ence direcior, artist and crafts- 
man, specialising in the training of 
students for positions In the Held 

of <0!nineiTial art 

Ciiiiiiiii rnal and appli ed ar ts are 
the subjects most stre.sjw'd In the 
school, ypt fine arU and crafts 
lake an Important place in the 
curiiculnm- 



The adherence lo tliese principles 
haa .lMOught the tone of the school 
1 to an extremely high pitch. 
I Large playing flc'lds are adjacent, 
I allowing the orKanized si)ori wlurh 
forms a prominent part ui the 
, - chool life to be carried out under 
j Ideal conditions, ^Football, cricket, 
I hockey and basketball are played, 
I and swlniming Is taught. Boarders 
at Malvern House receive the clos- 
est care In the matter of health. The 
routine of the .school is planned with 
the welfare of the boys ever in mind, 
and they are under the watchful 



daughter has been attending for a j care of a matron, who Is a trained 
short time. The juvenile outlook nurse. Physical training, Including 
Is lost, or rather merges Into the Danlsli and .SwedLsh exercises, la 
broader viewpoint of men and [jarl of the curiUulum. 
women whose conf:ii t vi,r;i the I 
world haa taught them the balance 



mnke.s. addlne and calculating ma- 
fliiii.'. Itie very lajtest type* of 
atlng machines, filing ca(bineis 
and accounting systems. In the 
radio department Is found all the 



THOUOHTriTL 



Harris— My di ir' 
her voice tralms: n 



having 



Neighbor }{o\\ U."iv^."-i\ C her 



JESSIE SMITH, A.T.CII. 

Tp^ rhrr nt 

PIANO 

Pr«ltt«l«nal Aeeompanlat 
an MrLt ae nr. piionr owt( 



and reaourcefulneaa so essential to 

.succe.ss 

Later, this self-confidence Is not 
lost on the proapectlve employer. 
TRAINING PROGRESSIVE 

Business college training Is pro- 
gressive from the start, and be- 

•slde.s .such ba.'ic, as typing, book- 
keeping and .shorthand, offers a 
wide range ^. of u.seful courses. 
Clavses imay be arranged either for 
day| or night, and careful record.s 
of protre-/ are l<np' .vs 'hat pupil 



HIS E.XPFRIENCE 

She: A greiit deal depcnd.s on the 
wiiv one feeds the chirkens. 

He; That's my experience In the 
city They all fell for the sweUest 
Joints. 



THE POPLARS 

mar KHiun M)a ^nfUh-- — 

Enillah*>rivat« Bclnr. MrMiod*. Oda- 
fetasa with Canadian < 'irrtetthm 

Term B««ina afptrm|>er I 
Ml»» Mr.ss^nifr - - - HfiM Mistraat 
»1« Llna»n. Phont t ()■ »•. 



Miss Noel Smith/ A.T.C.M. 

TEACHER Of TiANO AND THEO«Y "T 
Studio Op«ainq S«pt(mb«r 6- 6)9 Trintit Rojd 
Pupilt Pr«p«rcd for Ei«minttio<it • For Particular! Ttltphonc E 3501 




PHONE 
6 4S12 



COURSES: 



Stenography Civil Service 
Secretarial Co mm e rci a l Art 
Commerct^ Radiotelegriphy 

NEW CLASSn STAkT EACH MONDAY 
tOMPTHMI COMPk^ 



JTAFf 



WMmtrai. msniocTMii 
CaR. Wriu «r Phon, q tau He 

PRACTICAL 




VICTORIA NURSERY SCHOOL 



1426 STADACONA AVENUE 
Children, 2 5 Y«art Optni September 6 

Miti V E Askdewa . • E67M 



Hours 9 3 



St. Margaret's 
Business School 

1141 FERN STREET • • • MISS W, A. MILLIGAN 
>All T ERM WINS SintMlBR 1 



Thcrouqh Trjimng in All Commrrrijl jnd Si-cr(tari«l Sub|«Ctt Pupih Art 

Prepared for Pro'inctal and Dominion Citll Service Eaaminalioni 
For FMrHicr InformarioN Write f FttM* E 6(99 er E SS4 



STUDENTS 



FOR HAIRDHESSING 

PALL CLtSa STARTS SIPTtMKB IS 

I 

Kr- :; No». — Onlv h.m\^e^^ Number T ilk 

VIGTaRIA HAIRDRESSINQ SCHOOL 



H I )( II U I 1 R I II It I II I I I V ( . 



VICTORIA SCHOOL OF ART 

PrtOClpkl INA O D UHTHOPF. DIP OSA <Srot.) 
I BflVOaTON Am OfWIOO BTmBiTt 



• PM TMIB JtetM-i«»i«<»Wt S 

Pii!; r>r Tk:* T"> r^■.•.... All H'urr'-M r' »-• 



^r>»' '«'. Trjt'* r;a 



Jack and Jill's 

KlIiDERGARTEN 

' »04| COLLINSON STREET — 
For ChiMren Afled I ta ft-9 A M . 12 Nawi 9»»f 
CoR^acterf Under the C«ns4tsn Kindsrgartan Imtitutf iytHm 
OfENING MONDAY, AUGUST 29, FOR ENROLLMENT 



CRO 




1005 Jtrvii Street 
Vancouver, B.C. 



\ 



A RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 

U»mMt ai Ut« Privnt* ar.-'xxi Aaioc:atia« al Britiak 0«iuMbia 

Sitabilahtd IMS * 
Tisa#aiUtiaB Ar Xwwn^sr aaaiari U BMi«aa 

SCHOOL RtOriNI MPT. 7 FOR RESIDENT FUf ILS-SIFT I FOR DAY GIRLS 

■»a4in'<i "<> M<<< « t r> MarSaaaM. B A. 

T- - - . *r- - ;o the Baretary 

J Vi-. L. ■■ [ 



f. 



The Grammar School 

DUNCAN, V.I , I C. 
RES IDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS 
Established 1926 

-<arTi ca law St La<< Dawn if tfc« D«a«rtm«nt af E4«cftiaa 

I 

• ■ - ' - ^J^|j|bti^^ifc— A^^j^— ftjyjw^— ^i^t^^- W^^l^fcy %99f%9^^9^^^ 
Sv^Uifffs PjBlly Mttftffn ^M'S^f^wf^^dpcriMVCtttf ^4^st^fS 



Rugby Peetbtll • Crkktt • Gvmwasiuiw . laBiBf . Etc. 



• TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER M 

Mo^ratt Fact For Pr«toecru« Apply r* H>« Headmat'fr 



Stan dard School ot Stenography 
and Typewriting 

UtS PANDOBA AVKN'l-B. at Oak Bk» JanrllM 

SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 6 

RPICIAL LVtMMi li\>>»s » oK lOlM. Ml N AND WOMLN 
InatructlM Otvtn In Cominrrmii ILU(^ epcrrlanal Mubjrcla, tncludlnt Practical 
OMice Routint and Acrouiuanrr 
•taaMU PropMaa far Pravtaatel Ma D««hil«a Ctfti S«r*(e« laam. 
MISB OBBALDINB M. DlCXaON. PrtMl»l4 
TataplMM C tail ar B SSM 



Academy of Useful Arts 



».\3 FOBT «TBEt;T — G 10X4 



Priarlral Ml^^ t 11 >l M 



I mer.soii. late of Durham Cathedral 
The advice of the veterans to boys | ScJiool aiid Malvern Hou*e School, 
and girls eager for ofBce employ- 1 Bristol. A poUcy which la modeled 
ment may be summed brief ly. j close'V on the methods and prln- 
E^iroil early in a relublc bu&ine&6 
scho(ri, where a thorough ground- 
ing in commercial requirement.s may 
be obtained The rp.sult will be an 



ciples of the best English public 
schools IS strictly inhered to. with 
only such modlflcatlons as will bring 
til buys ' w lueatl tii i m d training in 

Invaluablp .s-ai t in buMnr.-.s Ulc. und ' clo,srr conformity to renditions 

a self-confidence which comes from i whic'i "lusi i)c int- 1 in this country. 

knowing that on* Is capably fitted i Characte r trainmK I."! tiven espectai 

to II tk' ■> < ;v' ■ 1'. ' < nlng I ^^ought, and the princi|;>les of hon- 

' csty in mind and action, fair play. 

... . . , couravp and di-stipliiif arf instilled. I 

If your boy or girl " 



^'ull and Complrtr courwii in Daiianiiit and Paitrrn-Maklna and Kindird Ai:< 
WONSBBPia TBJUMINO TO BABN A UVINO OB POB HOME I'SB 
Barall Amr T4ata 

AUo ait^'' Sfr:f. of I,p'iif>n,» it. r>r'' ' rt i* i. ■ c n ' S ■ ■ .if F ■ 
MAKIBS OI THI.NM^Tta DRIs- K>RM>- WHICH >l»l \ t ALL Hi UNO 

raoni.t.M'i 

Call fir Sfiirt f"r rrr.-\r ■ .« 



MADAME VlVExNOT 

Exp«rt Teacher in French, German, Italian 
1120 MAY STREET— PHONE 



H. FAULKNER SMITH 

SCHOOL OF APPLIED AND hNE ART 

Msriae laiMiai fvndti Vsacaavcr, iC 



FrefesstaNsI liMlividHsl Imtraciien in All Branchct ef CamMMfcisI, A#P<*ad 

and Fine Art 

DAY, EVENING AND SATURDAY MORNING CLASStS _ 
Sct|iaa 1911 -19 Camawaciao Sayt. 1 For Frespactai sa4 Infannafioa Ti ' 

H. FAUCKNER SMITH, Principal • ■ - Saymoar «}| 
Silver Medalist, R.C. of Art, S.K., London, England 



Victoria Scliool of 
Expression 

Spacialitat m 

ELOCUTION — SINGING - PUBLIC SPEAKING — FLAYS 

Rcoptns September 10 - ~ 

>rMiei|nr: MRS. WiLf«» OiD. PT.C.'l,XT CM, M R ST. 
H)0$ teak Street Fheae G irtfea 5525 



B.C. 



The following 
in September. 



Private Schools 
Association 

schools, mtflfbin off tkt Auoci^tton wilt reopen 
Please communicate direcf with the Principal, 
who will he pleated to send 
full particulars. 

C. V. MILTON, Hon .S«e., ^ 
Crankigli H«um School. 



BrtntMood Colltct 

•OABamo laiooL roB boys 
Oraeat TRI w XQ 

rot rartieulan. r»as. xu., Apair ta 

th» H»adma«t»r 

IrMltlCh HoMt 

School 

roa bot« 

The Oak Bar Daj Bchool 
Cadbore Bar toad raiplra MH 
C V Milton, A C.r. 

Bltnlyon Preparatory 

School 

»r>a Bovft a to la 

Raaasiaatar. i. Ian aimpion. M A 
1T91 laach Dfivt. bak Bair, Victoria 



Shawnigan Lakt 



Bn\anivc acHooi roB Bora 

. I 

Mra''-ntiii«r, C W. Ix>o>dkla 



St. Chrittophor^t 



P'*»<>*4*rv *n<t Hinarttarl*n 

>r.xT xtrnm aaoiMa asrr. i 
Maaaalairtaa 

Mtaa-Aaawarta. 'Lt^OJi. 



Malvorn Houto School 



BBSIBBNTIAI. 4ND DAT aC'BOOL 

roa HOT* 

r ■«». >> »<< ;»>4 

T y - 'r%rm Hr*6mtf '- 

•.'ni aif-rr.r>r.1 Artni*. Viciw « BC 

NtrMk Nouto SfliMl 

vicrroRiA 

Rnaraina aad Dar Krkaal f*r fitrta 

Aalaaia t"m Ki*fi< aii Tarada?. 
SaptaaiiMr IS 
UeadMlftraaa. Mtaa D W AUtaa. MA 

osraaa im 



OMliftMi Biftafe Saliaial 

'iWAMMMO' I 



far fraap»'i Arp.r ta lha 
fl»ai1fTia«*»T 



VIOTOMU. BC 

Poaraiat aaS Bay Saaaal tar Oirit 
Kindartarvrn t« Matrtcutatia* 
Kaadnutraaa, MUa Barlaa 

— V--» If»«1'rli»r»in 

Miw >' M p»>"« a A. 

SL Miflhaai'i S^mI 

roB BOfa 

.Dar aaa Baai e aa ti a l 



Royal 



ia4 tAm.«*n Blr*»l f'^vmt*^ 

•aarttm aa« oaf a«ka«l ra* Clrtt 
' Bjn'l»'t«r'»n (« O'tda tX 

aa Saa f S ar S 



Txrati 

tfttl Tarai atarta Saptaaihar T 

Quoen Maricarat*a 
School 

^ C aaaMr B«ar<iat nttt—l tt ntrU 

5innfr« tq Matr.Cilai lea 
, Prir.' ir»:" 
H C THnni A a a c. 
B B Oaoetiavan, i A 

UnlYaraity Soboal 



B«* • ■artart'Bcarfr* as 



I 

♦ 

t I 

I 



_ THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B C. SUXDAY. AUGUST 21. 1938 





ROADS NORTHWARD 
PASS COUNTRY OF 



Highway Al)t»y<' (^ualiciun Carrlen Vfeltor Into 
Scenic Wonderland to Comox, Courtenfty 
And Campbell River— Town SUnds 
On Banki of Puntledgi- River 



LT IS hard, when contemplating the attractions of Vancouver 
Island Summer resorts, to choose adequate words with 
which to describe the charm which is found in each indi- 
vidual spot. But the task is lif;htened l)v fl.'- fact that every 
district offers an appeal of distinctive charm that is pecuhar to 
that locality. Kvery mile of road traversed on the Island High- 
way givM fresh glimpses of scenery, forming an ever-changing 
panorama of beauty. 



North from Quallrum the road ] view vol forms a distinct charm 
"cHmBi lhrough the farming district ot Hs own it-.v road dip« down to 
of DMhwood with Quallcum Bay i U»e water once more, pa.st thr Homo 
on the rlRht and a •pl'-ndld view of I Lake trail to Big Qualicum River 
Th^ OkH Islsntlh wwi tnn» peaks A Aord n.nx fy f i m lt f . n ftr H<i" )L 
beyond. TraverhinR a b« It ol tun- I-.ikc k narrow sheet of water 
bered eountry, wh»<h ob.srures the runimiK far back Into the hlll«. It 




ANGELA HOTEL 



Suif«» with bith; tingU ot doubU rooms with bith Comfortjbit, quitt. 
homt likt itmoiphcr* Excelltnt itivict, firjt diw cumn«. RcMon«bl« HtM. 
923 lurdttt A»tnut - A. W. HAIVEY. Maitagtr • Pfconw: 15322 um4 G0125 



JIOAST CHICKEN. DUCKS. RABBITS. SQUABS AND 

ALL MEATS, 



DALE'S 



VICTORIA 



VANCOUVEK 



NANAIKO 



DOMINION HOTEL ; 

Comfortabk Room. H««piHbl« S«rr.c. EicelUnt Cy.itn. 

Ctntrjl Location— Modtrjtt Rifei frt« |yi 
WM. J. CUiK. Manager 



METROPOLIS HOTEL 

IN THI MIAH Of TMl CITY • MOOfltN, PIREfROOF lUlLDING 
R«»m: $1.50 (WiHi Privtle laA) USa - - • IIH POf ICK. Managtr- 



CORDOVA BAY 



McMORRAN'S PAYIUON 



IIGHTON 
THE lEACH 



uadrrn ttueoo CMnp •nd cottMM N»# up to-d«l» eoffM »h«>p. Bo»i». Mlhlng 
let erfam. »t<- Pel nff.rr .»rvle« it.tloft. OtnpM tvery 
RaturdST nliht, tla-plac* orchMH* Ac<.r;,.,^Mon. JV 



COLWOOD 



It'a IS MtHim FroM iIm City . . . 
On tlia MUlivtr— 

THE BELMONT INN 

famad »<k »N CkkhM, DmR«ft. DalkiMi Tt«»— LuadiM. fliant 
fof RaaanralMMt. 



U reached by a pKiurti>que liail 
that winds through virgm iiinoe; 
1': the «te^dy climb from tet level. 
A tew beau are- U) |)e_i>rocure(l at 
the foot of the lake, and fishing Is 
txcelk-nl. 'Dus '10111..% \Ui- h<ud- 
wat^rs of the Big Quahcujii Kuer, | 
another famoua Ashing stream of 
i,iU- dlmenslofu. In late Bummer 
« 1^ tally It is possible 't6 have 
splondui b|>ort castlng^or aea trout 
the mouth. 

through some miles of gras-syfltrts. 
p^t the camps and coltnges on th« 
roadiiil' BowM'i i.-i r»'arlii-(t-. a ivpi- 
cal bettlemcnt of wooden bulldm^' , 
having sprung Into being to *er\i 
the needs of the local" liunbernti n 
aiid remaining to form a centre lur | 
Uif rcsidcnLs. Ovf r another b» nc h 
ot timber to Deep Bay. witli a tan- 
nery and booming ground tor two 
' lnr(?e logging, concerns. The thun- 
ci« r of the huge ' sticks" a» they are 
hurlfd down tho sM;>i into the water 
may be heard for miles. From here 
the road passes through a stretch 
I of beautiful maple woods, crossing 
I such gurgling streams as Nile Creek 
I and (itht rs of smallor .size before 
I nachm g Paiuiy Bay. Here a Gov- 
ertimi^nt wharf serves a a landing 
pl^ce for launches and vessels ply- 
ing between the adjacent Islands 
I WARsb BATHING AT ROY8TON 

4 Rnystfln, rloM- Ui tlif mad UMit the 

I beach Is in evidence, with an en- 
iraiKo to a loiiK .Mietch o( beauli- 
(ul farming country. A tine j>inKlf 
beach is In evidence, with the un- 
interrupted view of the gulf. Lai*;i 
boats call at the wharf. "fornui.K 
conm-t ti<in.s with Vaiuoiivt r and the 
Mainland. Here Uie traveler is vl- 
lered splendid accommodation by t : 
Roy.stnn Brach Auto Camp, under' 
fhi- management of H. R Marvin. 
Ha'liiiK? Is warm and sale liom the 
beach, and boats and^Mthmg suilt. 
may be procured. Up-to-date 
shower baths, fourteen cabins Of 
Irom five to two rooms each and 
propi r .sanitation have beon in- 
stalled. City Ug' and wat«r from 
Courtenay la laid on. Insuring per- 
ffTt lonilnrt. 

Coiirif'iiay. CiimtK-rland and Co- 
mox. formiiiK a tnanwle of four 
miles each way, are surrounded by 
a rich farming dlstrlQt which holds 
endlf'.vi atirartlons for the tourist 
in b«"auty and enf :iain:'i«nt. Co- 
mox Harbor run.^ far Inland to 
meet the Punlledge River, on f hich 
the pretty town of Court*najr stands. 
This piiiiri e' Sivo rent re srrvos an 
area nf aKrlruliii 1 and lumberuig 
fi<tivuv. both of which contribute 
largely to its prosperity. 
ELK HOTEL SPLENDID VIEW 
Roads of excellent quality are 
found all through the dlsUict. which 
i.s famous foi: flsMng thd^ hunting. 
Imiiudiatrly after rro-s.^lng the 
river on the hiRhway the road to 
Comox IS reached Here Is one oi 
the Oldest settlements on the Is- 
land. 

Close to the Klk HdU'I, whuh Kivivs 
first-rate accoinmodntion m CDtn- 
fort and convennffie, lie.s a nine- 
hole golf course. The Elk Hotel has 
A spUndld outlook over the hartwr. 
CuniberlanS. once a prosperous min- 
ing centre, has now. witli the clos- 
ing of the -pits, become an agrlciU- 
tural town of growing reputation. 



Splendid Fishing in Island Lakes 




lAnilACTlONS 

OF mum 

lliiNOWN 



Island Resort Has Made 
Good Claims to Popularity 
Among Visitors 

Beautlfid at all times thouiih 

Quahdiiii Beach !.>■ the Idoal tune 
to approach ihLs lainou-s lioliday 
centre la at stwaet. Just before the 
highway dips down under the arch 
of welcome erected by the Qualicum 
Board of' Tracle. it l.s po-^^ible to 
pause and view the iuo(.t wontlorlul 



raver and adjacent streams, wltfc 

.^Imor. and «rilse lakms w< r. m 
llie bay. A .side road Ir.>m 

Qualicum through Hlllier* to Can*-- 

eron Lake and the famous Cathe- 

dral Orove. wnere Ih*' well-krvown ■ . 

l.i;; T'.mbrr> .vtAiiri on the Alberni 
Highway, A well - equipped ridmg 
subte la operated . and many lovely 
bridle i>»ith* .ire oi^ened up. A ride 
whuh has just boen esiabli.slVed 
and one which i.s wi-:; wonh taking 
1 Ls that Into UM>iJtlW Qualicum 

Uattr^feSarVSeakt^ 



I w<H)dlttiul piith."- 



thro'.nrh .vla.Mi and . 
virgin timber to reacJi Uie lamous^ 
falls, where the entire bo»ly <>i !he 
river plunges down sheer rocks mio 
a mo6.s-covered ravine. 

Emtt .sort of acconunodaiion Is 
oflfivd the visitor to Qualicum, Iroin 
renting a fully furnlAhed hoiu>e lor 
, j .SimuiHT to .staying Ui Uie well- 
I () iipiK-., ,iat(» canipS"TJ\«"nii*{ln. Tin . 

o; .vluch ilH-ir arc four, are 
known lor their comfort, cooking 
and service Cottages ittd- camp- 
.•-itrs are available \shile KO<^d •-'i"'ie.s 



Danorama of silver white beach 

JTT dustant white, capped ^"^^ ^« * 

III' 



I fiLstani wniie - cappra I 
. .u KJ eeti golf links and neat I 
:i 1 ! ":c(t lotta^..^ and hou.ses 
^ .■^un^•t the fading glory of the 
\ crimson sky is reflected down the I 
ba>, the Miow jwnks turned blood 

rod by the .«.ink.:i>; m Tlie er.-en 
trees that run cIoa:, 10 ;.■ 
e<lae at U>e fm titer tnd of the ^ai.ua 
serve to accentuate the white reach 
of ptrJt"<t b<a<h. .More Mian two 
miles of level ^>and ha.s st-rvcd to 
ike Qualicum one at the mast 
iamou.s resorts of the many along 
the Pacific Coast. I 
Another point that h.i.s brounht 
fame to Qualicum Beavh is the koII { 
course, in perfect ooiidition, thati 
ruas parallel with the beach The] 
e'luabU' climate makes play |X)sMble 
ai pra<ticRn\ all liiin.^ o! Hit- year 
and many Uke advantage of Uie 
open Winter to spernr the season 1 
there The view from the links- is 
"IIP ol unsurpassed beauty with an 
interrupted prospect ol ^ea, green 
1. iand. aiMl-di*''*"* snowcafis. 

Only i06 miles from Victoria. 
QiialK uin H«'0» h 1, rupidlv bixoming' 



needs. 



mm POINT 
popyiAK m 



There Is ExLcUtnt Sport to Be Had in the Many Lake, and Streams That Abound on Vancouver Island. 
The Angler Shbwn Here Is CastmK for Trout From a J. OK Jini. Ready for the Thrilling Rush and the 

. ■ Kick of the Hod That Marks a Strike. 



SOOKE 



SOOKE HARBOR HOTEL 

r«Ur auMarn. aawlr tarnished UifM«houV Kot-^nd cotd «atft la all rooma 
Dalleleaa ma»la. einncri and afternoon tcai % apaetaltir. Boatlni— ruhtna 



r>/^| ICC WCCT '^'Lf^ ^"0*^ '^'LE HOUSE 

IjiKvJUOlli l^IliO 1 ON dlLLESPI£ ROAD. NEAR SOOKE 

Whff* * m-fcli irtll Ha n.urti »n ovrd It svt-nK in a rohlir it tha mm^fr i edit or 
\r\ tha l>n(lii Mn Qviirl «oim!.»ii(1 t,'»,;i arc Invitina tor «»;it» or ridlna Oood 
horari for hlr» "t ^^c r<T ii'>iir Tfiur.* mul badminton, awimmlna and ooatlna 
Call la an »o"f dnvt mil l^^ n .r I ..nir iii«d« tronM mlth Jam Of hoi.»T 



mmi HoitL 

FISHING RESORT 



Wrll Known Hutrl (lone lo Many 
Beauty Spoti of International 
Fame — Fishing Excellent > 



PLATEAU HAS 
EASY ACCESS 

Famous Forbidden Plateau 
Holds Attractions of Sport 
And Lo\(ely Scenery 



Little Stories for Bedtime 

Reddy Fox Discovers Sbmething 

r.v 'ni(iK\TO\ \V PrRCF^:^^ _ 



WUODSIDEFARM 



Soekt, V.I.. I.C On 
t<i« West CMtt RoiH 



Idaat far a B*acelui holiday. Tannli, aowUna. hlklna and bit,thlMi. C^ll<lr(tl> 
^lartraund. WtllAl i C HIOKBW bTNNERa, 7ic Liwdicr. «a«d Bmipai - fi 'i m an i- 
Taaa. I t t tmir P'^mI"- ^ *"<^ «iU» Qrn»hoi>ajfor into i-nr- 

A Ollna. Is. aooka. 



EAST SOOKE 



GLENAIRLEY FARM 



EAST SOOKI, 

V I , B C 



Pi-rfKt for « reatfttl h«lK1a» bv tt;^ «<•» Orw n ar, ,->n >' c -ii B,-i«t». bathini 
Kirfllmi t<"itii« roiirt. Indoor budminlon, dmnrlna. »rt.irrN. b.liiarda Oood 
cr^, . , o; jfi.»T rrrnni iruil and veaatablaa Otilj ona hour'a driva 
troiu Vie- >r.a rem lunrhf^. nuppera. IndURlTa fataa ta Jvina M. Il« WF^kly 
Jul* a nd Auauat . Il» mttWi. aad dla horaaa. 75e par how. Phoda or wmi.. 
ftCajQV CVYVfiv^C' Vaai aai^fca 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE 



/:n/V)v a Holiday at 



"(^ Shawnigan Beach Hotel 



North from Courrrnay tlie high- 
way runs through the district of 
Mervllle, on to Campbell River 
Here. rlOf*e beside the' Oovemment 
I Wliarr, .Stands the Willow.s Hotel. 
I well known for <iniifoT! nitd con- 
Irexucace and a& th e headquarters of 
i the famoiw Tyee cfub, ~To qualify 
! for membership, the vuMlor m i-^t 
T capture one of 'he lordly l\e^ snl- 
I mon. Specified tackle must be u. 
•id few aportii can compare with * 
ly on the Campbell River. 
.1 'fym'iJfr^Comt _pf walely - known 
-f-mterest within read; ot the Willows 
Hotrt^re the Elk Fal 's, where thi- 
Campbell River plunges down over 
the brink of a canyon deep and 
naiMiA. to thunder on the roc'k.s bOO 
feel b»'low. The .'•pray from tht^ 
falls forms a den.se mist for a con- 
siderable distance around and the 
roar U colo.s.sai. F\iriher on. at the 
f<x>t of Campbell Lake, the highway 
' d windles to a rough trail tl>at leads 
iK .sid« r< clwiln of !«nall lake« toward 
the head o.' r, - *■••••;• " : I 
From here a ^ ' '•• ' •■ o 
Buttles Lake in Strathcona Park 
Fishing Is excellent in all these 
waters. Pa«k animals may be pro- 
. for tr,p.<, into tjie country 

A null attracts hundreds of visitors 



Every holiday maker Is in search 
of something diflcrent. some spot 
where it Is po;«sible to get right away 
from mundane surrounding.'- No- 
where is this |K).ssible in the .same 
degree as a trip to the 
Plateau, the 'Mous wonrierlajid ot 
scenic hcii; wiu'h lies behind 
Com !f li,iv .'itid Ci :: 

niere are two ways of entering 
tlx plateau by trail, one via the 
FVirhuklen f'.aicau I>)rice and one 
from I>i>r Creek Tin- Lodt'p trail 
goes ovrr Mfur.' Bterlirr into Mari- 
■xrx Lake The Dove Creek trail 
,r.i,is fo-tUat/enu I>fike.~"PEck horses 
and, if de.sired. guides are available 
and the Jouniey is in Itself a lovely 
trip 

At an alti'ude of 1,400 feet the 
country changes to an aspect un- 
known elsewhere Aliune r<iwers of 
every description are thick in the 
natural meadow*. . High above sea 
level the air is InviRora' mg. ervstal 
clear and sweel with the scent of 



Of all God's creatures gieat an. - 
small, - 
W) o >iave a part of life's great 

plan. 

Ti.s sad Indeed to often fmd 
The meanest of them all la man 



, If voi floii't beUfve thb. Jus: a.-k 
Peter Rabbit, or any other of he 
little people of the Ortv-n Forest, 
the Green Meaodw.s 'he old Ot - 
chard, and the Smil.ns; Pool. lh<y 
F'orbidden I '^"'^^ just think thLs is true they 
know It. Ot course this doesn't 
mean every human being, because, 
J).' f>our.se, yoij and I are trying to 
.hr>w liie.>e little people tha' wr lovf 

them, and m lo'.e tiiiir ,11; n. ! 
meanne.ss. wiiaL. it doc.s mean 
that none of 'the little forest arwl 
me;tfiow people ever do or e\er 
would th.tik o! d'lmK sikh mean 
and ui.trt.i t,uii«s .t.s "-ome men and 
boys do. .^id because of what thc^e 
do It la hard for thf ttrttf- people 
to have faith and trust m r •• 
of U.S They feel that they are saltr 
It they distrust all men. 

It too bad that It )a_eo. but It 
is .-n. add 1' 1 is not tr» be wondereu i i; .,. 
at thai 'he little ixf.ple feel tills '; to tr\ 
way. There, for m.stance, was what 
Reddy Pox diwovered. He was Irot- 
llng akiiiB through the Clreen 




aixtv-.<ix miles from Victoria, just ' 
a .short (iistance pa.st Ladvsmlth lies 
Yellow Point, a "delightful resort. 
ser^fd hv the Tllllcum Camp Yel- 
low Point Ls reach'-d by nn cm elleni 
gravel road turning oft the old high- 
way. 

Tlie drue I'sclf Is of .Mipieme at- 
traction, leading a.-- it dors throuRh 
heavy belts of unioiK lied timber . 
which forms a natural park Emerg»-^ 
Inp on th*" quiet, sheltered beach. - 
the \ If ,v ;s un.surpas.^ed Acir>s.s the 
blue wut4<r lie the Miow-capped 
mountains, with the green , lalaiMto 

of the niidille dislaiire formlMR a 
plra.'ii.kr .-^iiiLK tor the jki.'ssiiir 
i)<>ai« .Sin, 111 i,(7ilv-chugglng fish- 
ing vesheLs. tugs, barges and great- 
one of the must popular resorts"o^ j "^ean-golng frelphiers bound for the 
the Coa.st. Not only d«* the resort 1 O^'*'"' «'> I>-^ Yellr.w Point 
itself hold many outstanding at- TllUcum ( ainp Ls situated, in the 
tractloas but it is the centre tor he«rt of this lovely .spot, offermg to 
many dUleient u-.n-^ of lo^ieation visitor all the heart could desire 
and sport, the startmg P^nni tor all,>n the wav of natural beautv. glori- 
the main points of Interest m Upper ©us scrnerv and riuiet re . 
VaiK Miner Mat-.d ' Comfortable cottagcf are availa- 

TennLs i.s nvi'U ; ' : ^ Qiiall-lhle. and from her« lt ta paariMe «e 
cum m addition t., , 1 l;.e ::,.li- make bike., to the numerou.s .^mall 
mg IS well known cxccUtnl iporl i*kes ni the vuiiuty. bathe fiah l»7.e 
u-'uig found, in the Uttle Qilallcum'or organise boatuig partie.s 



NANAIMO 



Hotel Malaspina, Nanaimo 



TheiMs >»«v«^Ma. 



A.N IMraCSblVlLV GOOD HOTSt , 

It, idditlon lo Our famoui dlnlna-room. «f no» li«v» ona of tha flneat corm 
HHops and atjDA roUNTAlNS In BriiiOi Columbia. . faaturlnt daUrlaMt MMl 
mri, i,rt tuaaaatiena aa waU aa complata naaU. Coma in and anloy Uitt mtm 

»>T , i -r 



FORBIDDEN PLATEAU 



THE FORIIDMN 



CROTEAU CAMP M' 

H»D*m Camp «( tk« Plaltau, Op«n Af ttr Tamporary Cleie 

THE TROUT ARE WAITlNf. FOR YOU 
For ^yil Particulars ^rira I CROTEAU. Courtanay, IC 



Hut Kedd.v kiirw uhai thai 
fence meant 



liUle 



Uttle fence mcanl. He had seen Just 
such lltlle-fentea before. Me knew 
that terrible things Happened to 
thase who tried to get through 
th<xse little .'>;> ninu.s He knCw. be- 
cau.se he had seen them. So as he 
trotted along and carefully looked 

a • .1, ■ • , • . ,• • e -i ',) ■'• 1^: 



Let t Go to the SWITZERLAND of Ytncouver Islai 

T!,l"T ■ nillf-hi«h \»r»non. »»imnii;ia and •••►■ina In lh» waim »ir'. 
'ht"n»ti 'n» flowrr-rtf »"1 ni'^doUK l,ikin« »'oii tha -.k*!!!,* Im, ■ >»r U» PI 
aNr)\v •ri'l I' f artal !«.« CAVKS oro .of t|ia/t«all Rld»»» of THE ^DRBlUHP 
'pL.ATrAi ^',r f«a lntorinatien__wrua_Il>a rorblddan -Vlataau Lo^sa, Ud.. aoi 

Com irnmy K <: 



PORT ALBERNI 



laoe Pact AOot* laa LaTal^ 
Raalht Warm latliine— Safe ImcH 
SailiNf »n4 AquapUmnf, ti^iag sad 
• . Taania 
frivaft tatkt, Conaectinf Saitn 

Surpr,Mnql» Low Family Rltfi 

For Further Information Please Phone COBBLE HILL 48 




heather. , [Forest hw sha: p eveii watf lung- out 

There are lakes. liLeraily hun- l _ •, .u. 

dred.<i of them, bordered by heather. I 
rcfi .'iti'l wlute. and gnome cedars 
and cypix.vses. The whole is park- ! 



Ilk*, free from undergrowth to ham- 
per tli< ■ . ' the view. 

I.OVhI.V LAKKS 
L-ake Heautlful, where a perfect 
series ni waierfalLs joins an upper 
and A low.er bfiflv of water. Moat 
Lake cradled high In the side of a 
mo ii.i;i;;i In the centre of r an is- 
land and the centre nf the island 
a miniature lake: Emerald Lake 
sUIl, deep and a glorious _green, 
Circle Lake, so- blue that it looks 
like a little piece of lo. t .'kv tiicked 
in the told of a hiU. 'he.se and many 
others are waiting to be explored 
There are other lakes as yei un- 
named, ao rugged and new is this 
great' Trtsvtrrru! id Tl.e n\rrs are 
noTTarge but swift and icy colff; 
They Tftve been well stocked with 
fish and good spmrt may be had. 



aiuiualiy. Guides fnay be had and . ,„ t^.^A 

part;e* arranged direct from i„e I R*^' -'^""^ 

W.ir.ovi.s Hotel. 



srtk of 
leitn I 



the South Uic 
to the old-style 



COWICHAN BAY 



WILCUMA 

Off»rina a (I'fihifn' f':'^ 
lloin* Trrir.ia. b<*»'. 'rf 
MOUr t>r>nt\ (nr c^ •. f 
labia*, rraarr. f, 

O M Baa*«r. a a 1. 



COWICHAN lAY, 

V I, IC ' 

tiollday In tli» atirna|»lMra ot aa KwilM^ Co . - t 
• ' n-nina and ir.r f«in3ua talmM fiahma 

-irn'i » {rrtf tarat praduea. "!r . ■ 
>'^. • ij> ■ . ro, raaar^ltena •rii» 

Obbla nill. ar PSSnt S«ai. Daacaa. 



In some par 

negroes still 
rciuntrv rtnnie 

At ' lie c..i;,r»'. when the fiddlers 
I., I. .ii.'i tbrir bows and taJcen 
their places on the platform, the 
M C. roae. 

Oit \o" partners to de nex 
dance ho . r.;ed Ail you ladles 
an gennuiti.eni dat wear shoes an 
stockin g uke )-o places In de mid- 
dle of de'^YOom. AH-ytRr 1adiea-«a^ 

nr.'ilmens dat wf^ir sho's »ri no 
^sicn-. t;\ke vo places iKhm riem 
\ tr r>"'od crowd you Je«' 

j jm 11 roun* 10 de oonm^" 



for a breakfa.st In ttie snow were 
many little path% made by F^tcr 
Rabbit, Mrs. Grouse snd others 
Redrlv 'onk sharp note of ea<:h 
Som*'time.s he followed one m '•i'' 
hope that he ifrauld surprise 
one. Ke was doing this, very UiuVii 
when he came to a little fenrelm; ; 
made of brush. The little pa'! w 



k ' ■ : , 1 ■ ' tl "I.e 

"If they do ami i»ct Uito trouble 
it will serve t^em rightr— Anyone] 
ought to know that this little fence 
was made by a man or a bov and 
that It IS ffir no g'jod purjx- e t 
wonder if Farmer Browns Bo> 
built it Ai.'. A,i>. I tii.nif I'll hap- 
pen alot,<: t/us wav e,t:;, lomor- 
low inorii.iw 1 ni sure 1 don't wl*h 
.invon*" lo Ret Into this kind ol 
If ■It.," ..' anyo'ne doe*, their 

• f. o" rtry good fortun*. 
i(/-ldy hopped Met the 



SOMASS HOTEL 



PORT ALBERNI, 
••C 



—ffCtNcNf AccesMaarfstisa »♦•« Year Round Eitrmivc Aliiiiflani saH- 
Complett t«M«*stiaa> 



CLAl OQUOT 



which hspprned to be, one ot i'e er 
Rabbit s, JKL.-Tigfit ihrough.. XhiL. 



Uttle fence, for an oprmrK jtr?t-the 
width of the little path had been 
left by whoever had built the'iutle 
fence. Reddy stopped He siat down 
■iWStadlM the little fence with a 
verv cunning and knowing air He 
< ould see the little fence. stretfi.,na 
tor some dlstan«e among tlje tree.s 
Ha! said Reddy. and uottetl 
along beside the little brush fence. 
Evrr> little while he > ame to a^Jirer," 
little opening Tlwre was alway.s] of %li<i>. 



.iW .e 
w a y. 



DI 1.1. 
-» 



fence and went on his 



Clayoquot Hotel 



CUYOQUOT. I.C 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 



UKatad ar. nna aandv baaea. t^^'ni and laf* baiMnt l»oai,r.a an4 fur r.i n 
aoo/l trail throinh to anothar baacb with aurf batMna. Mom* eoonna, fiaan miu 
• nt ^—K»>>,*% Rata*. 1100 par dar. |1TM par «wft. aatalar atop of OfM- 
(i»am<!r W T Ot*iar. Frop. 



ALTA LAKE 



Next stor y : "Mrs.* 
OreadliiT'TFouTnF.' 



Oroase In 



FRANCE BUYS PLANES 

IN UNITED STATES 

WASHINGTON, Aug 2<U> — Tlie 
American 8tmXif DepartmentJiaued 

■ ■ ' ily for the export 
J .rfB' ofUrrraft to 



RAINBOW LODGE, ALTA LAKE, B.C 



U!«r.rt .r»nM»:.ty find tha ttmr-fcraeiap air In'tMa moantain laka plararound 
'2 20fi fl fifvii'iw and 40 nillaa fro«i Ceaati, a poaltlva-'lonii: ^1t^lma 'tir 
and troll' »»in-fr.,r,a "r.ni*. .daoclaa. (aillat. horaal>atli rldlr^ .and mojin- 
tainaanna R»«'r.'(l from Vaoe»u» ar by tJnicn ataaai ahip and POt Rali«ra» 
in a combiaad am and rail irip tRiewa Vh^LjUar elartAua acanarr in BC 
Round trip N.» iBforaMlHa Onfaa' auaautolp. Vtttarta. at wriip Aloa 
rtiiltp. 



WHITE ROCK 



and the plateau U a delight to the 

botanist . 

The amazing thing about the ' 
Fywbldden Plateau is that it u- o ^ 
near and so easily reached From 
ivive Creek by the tiall to Cr.oteau's 
c - 'rom tlie lodge at Mount 
V." •- ■ • 1^ but a ffw hours' hike 
o' : :< 1: : 'iU are 'in the heart of 
this lovely country, with aU'the Joys 
of a wOeaiWHr tamTMnt trip, yet 
with non«-ef-the rt.- i^.gery it. 



one where the feiKe croMed a path: France 

It w»s ** w.hoever had made The department annfjur.ced to- 
that little fence had beien thought-) night that the licences *'*"»;d f^or 
fUl--ftwMrri of those who might u,se |.i 000 000 'o b»' ex jjer.derl ot'. mnitary 
the l.ttle ;>;•!■..« 'o leaw^ a pia^e for air' raft and $.'1000 (4i civn ai.vraf 
t.'iem to fc- . a. 1 of ; . ' - pro oaL. . ;mrs Fran'-e is b'n ing .' 

fiTi^ theiii to t:.. 1,, ,.' ..Tiping total of 100 war planet here, most, 
over tr.e fei,«. lte<.i.i> <<..,d leap light borT.V»er.« 
over :t *.-:,o'jt halt trying So could' 

Peier Raobii tor that matter. But KCLfcCTtD lo* RI.\(.sTON 
most people will dio the easiest OTTAWA Aut 30 O'— Tllf t »- 
thlng. and whoever .had tut • t.at , p«rrmen- •' ' > Def/n^* last 
fence knew that anyone con. .ngj night am ,< i.anies of can- 

-along one of ttwse httle paths would , dldates s^.r^ /^-i fr.r admlsakm to 
go through the Uttle opening if they , the Roval M.iitary Co.iege, King- 



WHITE ROCK HOTEL 



WHITE ROCK, 

IC _ - _ 



baarh and ra'aart. leia tun rnuri frf rr v«: - .. »r 

BoatlM. avlfflmlnf. Trrnu ROOM AND BOAAU 412 00 A WXZK. 
RaaarVatlafia wrtto W B Barnaa. Uanaaar 



for 



SAN JUAN ISLAND 



KWAN LAM AH 

' . i V « I •. t • • 

' * ■ .■ ■ f . ■ . : *r f f, * A' 

f.-»M, ••»* i>t«'>i»«. fru.'< rrl.i. crra.Ti. If-t.:..- ', 
rowboaU Waaky rata* lit M and 111. a^^ 



N«*r Priday Harbor, WaaniacMB. 

r -t m>.rr< nr-. Intemattonal 
• "i<lr.»T 



LA ti aBi ^rtdap Maraaa, Wi 



■r and AB>»r1'-Bn C»fr m 

• rr r » . . • • 
» » # t . » . A ' ' ' 

I « ra f ,■ •(«. e«mr ' «'» fr»» 
SWAM 



_4MICAS ISLAND 



~ "On^ the handlcapa of women 

in public or busines* life today 
that the\ ronTJnue to think of the: 
•ie'iv«>« as women. '—Qlaore H Bcr- 
rvck • i 



were small enough to do so. Reddy 
For wasn r But Reddy wouldn't 
ta have gone through had the opening 
^- ^ >i— rr T^te^ty htf Rwufli, That la be- 

.1, «> ri'^l^ -,«•;). all- «asp^lous. 
Bu; R<eda> trtfi, just what that 



ston. Ont TVy i.^clude 

Bntlsh Columbia — John f V 
Plsher and*BdwaPd W R Ftortt, 
Victoria :,Frsncu L. L. J e ma. W eeel 
stoke: James P Kteiilrdaon, New 
Weataitaster r» 



MADRONAJNN 



1 -,• Ct afm 



and ariarnlna Mttka 



nr*. 



alacti and atMann pidais r« Ter.nit. bad a aw w da, t^wm 
laa sAch. Peau. tiaaina. au tiiio ait« a Bi " ~ 

mn. W tf e la so— IB i d par*. 

■a nni. easT aocra. 



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THE DAILY COLON'IST, VICTORIA. B C^ SCNDAV, ALGLST 21, 1938 




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JAPAN Atf Ay 
EOR ORIENT 

Canadian Pacific Lmcr 
" Sailed Last Night With 
. MaiJs and.Pdsj>m£r^ ^ 



Harbor and Saturna laland. Coaches 
win leave Victoria at 9 aJn.. and the 
Cy Peck will leara Swaiti Bay one 
hour later: — — ^ - - - 

ncuMioifg 

On Thursday next, the B C Coast 
Service ot Canadian Pacific fiteam- 
«hl|M will aend the Sc. Prlnceaa^lc- 

roria to .'-'fattlo on an all-tlav excur- 
Mon; and on the Toiiowlng Monday, 
Labor Day, September the same 
shtp-^Klli carry cxcurtkmlsta from 
Victoria to Vaneouver. 



Experienced His Big Thrill V|(,[(||1|H BOJ 

GEIS [HKILLS 



wa;. 



BoumI for Far Baat porus by 
of Hawaii, the CatuUIIal) PaclAc 8s 
empress of Jfcpan, Captain L. D. 

DoiiRlH.' R N.R., eoramander, •'sailed 
from Riihet Piers ^ortij^^ bet» 

Tfavelera in aU claases aboard. The 
' liner came m from Vancbuver at 

4:30 pm, and embarked a large 
numbt-r of pas-sengers, principally 
from United States pfjint.s, took on 
malls and some general cargo. | 

Stowed In the liner's holds be- 1 
twfen rieck.s when .she sailed wa.'; 
the largeht nunilx r of motor cars j 
ever carrlrd by an Kmpress blilp 
from ihj.s port, lliere were forty in 
all. mainly for Hawaii, although 
there wer«; .several for Manila. 

Amonc the passengers sailing on 
the Japan were Mr. and Mrs. John 
Allen, the former being deputy at- 
tomey-RcnerBl of Manitoba; a party 
(otnprlslnt? J H. Baldwin N Hild- 
win. Mrs. Baldwin, the Mi.sm . ( l ire 
and Alice Baldwin and rn.o. 
Young, completing a tour of tije 
world; Dr. WUhelm W a gne r. Oer- 
miin Con.-iul-aeneral at Kobe; J J 
Rus-sell. of the United SUtos Play- 



tng Card Company. 
W H Rl( hp.s, LKjndon, on a world 
, tour. Mr and Mrs. L. H. Doudney. 
and Ml ;inf! .Mr:. Ci S. M I.lslrr. 
the former being * son of tne gen- 
eral manager of th« Cunard-Whlte 
Star Line. 

OTHBE PAM»ENGERil 

Also traveling west on the liner 
were Mrs. R. P. Alexander. Yoko- 
hama, who has made many trans- 
pacific voyages, her first belni? {\Uy 
years ago when she cro.s.srd <>ii Uir 
old Parthla; Ml.s.s Carolyn Kic 
Seattle, who will be married on 
rearhlnR Manila to the superlntend- 
nit nf the PHli-PhilU)I)lne MmlnR 
Company; Rev. J. Meyer. a.s.slstant 
auperior-general of the Brothers 
of Christian Schools: Miss Eleanor 
Drunimond. daughter of the Ori- 
ental manat'rr of tlir ran:»dl;in Pfi- 
clflc at Hongkong, accompanied by 
Miss 8u«<^tte Compton. and Mme 
.Irnnne Peltier, widow of former 
Belgian AmbtL-isndfir to Rio de Ja- 
neirr> prncrrdine to Tok^n 

Other prominent passengers In- 
rliirted Kriward Jansen. who will l?e- 
rome r ilf>K and production • man- 
asrr (or ra/lio M.iMon KOU; Harry 
Catlln. Nicholson Filr C'oin|);uiv, of 
Rhode Island; Mrs Harold L. Mof- 
fatt. Vancouver, who will Join her 
Ini-hind Dr. H P. MofTatt. at Hon- 
olulu, anfl make their home there. 

, ' tiioi TMtomiow 

C'otnint; In from tlu- I'liilippine.s 
by way of China and J.ipan ports, 
the Canadian Pa< ilic s.s Emprefw 
of A l.v Captain Croorge Goold, 
R N H loinmander will reach Wil- 
liam H<iid lit .=> am toino.iuw. ac- 
rnrdlna I" advices received from lli< 
ship by James Macfarlane. loc.' 
representative of Crtnivrtum Pacitu 
.Steamships. The A.su will d<KW 
alongsldf RIthet Piers at 7 a m . 
with p-»: "r-i' Mil!! ntid cargo. 
<H I IN«.S lOD.W 

ExrTirslona sponttored 'by Vancou- 

\f': I l.iii't C'liK h I inr". tfidin will 
be in Slia wnlR.ini Lake via the Ciil- 
OfT Rond (»nd to «oi)ke Harbor. 
W<V)d idr Fiirrn [st'd Whlflen Spit. 
Tuai li<>. .1 '.' !• < '! • ''f'lil depot 
at^JLhi 

ta I K ISI. WIKS 

The combined land and water 
11, Il k- '>r Vancoiivpr bland Coach 
Lines and the Gulf Uiland Ferry 
Company for this week will jpmbraoe 
a drlvr to Ftwnrt/ T\.\\ and a sail 
aboard tiie niou>rship Cy Peck 
throuRh Oulf Island-watera. Ports 
of call will' he Beaver Point, Port 
WashiiiRton. Mayiie Island, Bedwell 



PROMPT ACTION 
iHaBOKpOft 

Signing of "Adjustment 
Plan" Expected to Solve 
Shipping Problem 



WASHINOTON. Aug. 20 UP).— 
.Mari'ime rommlsslon officials said 
today tht-y expected prompt tuAion 
on a s 100 000 000 rehabilitation pro- 
gramme for We5t Coast shipping to 
follow signing of an "adjnatmenc 
plan" for ihe Dollar Steamship 
Lines Inc . Lid , of San PrancLsco. 

The commission announced last 
April It would sponsor constructlo.i 
of twenty-fotir new vessels for the 
Pacific Coa ' a. but action hsd 
been delayed pending completion of 
negotlatlona wltfi^ tl» Dollar tine 
An agreement wai reached yeater- 

dav 

XTn^ er ' tiie ii«N«incni WUIl Uie 

Dollar Lines, 90 per cent of the com- 
pany's' voting .-itock win be acquired 
by the commls.sion In rr- irn tiir 
company may receive $19,000,000 in 
financial aid. Inchiding a five-year 
operating subsidy of $3,000,000 an- 
nually. 

The agreement calU for rehabilita- 
tion of the company's twelve vessels 
at a cost of $1,500,000. Only four of 
•he ships now are In .service. 



SHIP mm 
AGAINST jmy 

FroKjhter Emcryencv Aide 
Freed Herself Following 
Accident in Columbia 

I/^NOVIEW. Aug. 20 (P.-Th" 
3. 341 -ton McCormlck Line freighter 
Emergency Aide, freed herself from 
a Jetty in the Columbia River off 
Carrollfi Point, eight miles »bovc 
here, shor'ly aft<'r 9 a m tod.av. 

Local oflicial.s said a Marme Un- 
derwriters' surveyor would probably 
i lu i k her over. ' 

I hr a -cldPht occurred In the vi- 
cinity where the Italian steamer 
Feltre went aiTround last year. Th.- 
Emrrgency Aide has been loading 
lumber lor the F.i ' ' at Port- 

land and .St. Heleii.s. anl was due Ir 
here todAy to complete her cargo. 

IISH LANOINliS 
SHOW INCfiEASE 

British Columbia's Sea Fish 
Catch for June Ahead 
. Of 1937 




Andrew Southall Writes 
About Crack-Up and View 
From Flying Plane 



\ 

In a letter to his father, Andrew 

Southall who is one of the Victoria 
I .>\s i.nw serving with the Royal Air 
For( (' iclLs of, a crack-up he was In 
and ol a glorious flight above tlie 
clouda aome '6,000 f*et over HenbUL. 
,Bed;rordshire«/ w^re JMyJVfn 
UtintA^it'^^tBatr^ WlltliSg. 

"Andy," as he la known to his 
many friends here, states: "I Un- 
lived the Trade Board tests and am 
waiting to hear what station I will 
be po^d to. Had a wonderful ex- 
perience one day recently. Ha* CO. 
spent an afternoon flying with me 
as hl.s passenger. It was quite warm 
when we left the ground., but got 
noticeably cooler at 2,000 feet. At 
4.000 feet there were a few scat- 
tered. pufTy-ltke cotton cloudlets; 
but we climbed above them until 
wp icarl^ed fiOOO f>'<'t It wa* cold 
up there, but the view was marvel- 
lous, f 

"About three weeks ago I had 
quite an adventure. We were com- 
ing down into a landing and hit 
a n obst ruct ion, cracking up the un- 
dercarriage and~had to land on the 
fusclaRp Tlip 'crate' wa.sn't worth 
salNau'lUK aftftv^.-uds. only the t-n- 
.itr hfina, of any value. TheTf 
were two of us aboard, and both e.s- 
caped injury. It was a great thrill 
for mr and I feel as though I am 
Initiated already. I am enclosing 
a picture It shows the nechanic 
standing by tha wreck." - 



prevloiii transport record b^^ . 
thirty m u i ut e a. H r-flew aTan ave*- 1 

age altitude of 90.000 feet. 

In January, 1937, however, he • 
crossed the Continent in seven houra i 
twenty-eight minutes and twenty- 
five wonds in a special racing plant. 

Landing at Floyd Bennett airpori 1 
at 7:5^ a.m.. B.S.T.. Hughes tnd . 
three companions said the new iype 
oxygen ma^k held great po,vibih'ie.- 
for future flight* ai extremely high ' 
altitudes. - I 

KOyOH PASSAGE 



FIREOUAT lOK 
LyMBER SyPPEV 

Germans Will Barter Craft 
For $200,000 Worth of 
Forest Product 



arc not convinced that British yards 
could not mrr the Oer man's on the 

asts' of qusllty and price. 

"It is understood U»at the C er- 
mans eould not mate delivery for 
eighteen months anyway." 

Vancouver af present has t)0<flrt> 
boat in its. harbor proper. 




Party of Prominent Yachts- 
men Arrived Yesterday 
From Port Townsend 



In the top picture, a Victoria boy. Andrew Southall. now with the Royal 
Air Force, is ihown on the right. The picture was taken' at Henlow. 
Bedfordshire, where he was stationed recently. The bottom picture 
shows a plane which Southall waa flying in and which "cracked up" 
while making a landing. The mechanic it aean atanding atengaide the 
damaged machiiia. In a tetter to his father, young .Southall states he 

"was thrilled." 



sea fish and shellfish showed a 
gain oir 600.000 pounds with an ag- 

grcKate landum vahie of $.S93.900, an 
increase of $G»).0(X) over June, 19J7. 

The total Pacific Coast catcb 
amounted to 5.000.000 pounds, more' 
than half of which ftune from the 
salm'Mi ti.shrrv The halibut fishery 
produced 2,672,000 pounds, an In- 
crease of 323.000 pounds over the 
e monfli In the previous year. 
Halibut landed value for June was 
tlSLSOO. 



MAIL AND SHIPS 



WEATHER REPORT 

ESttV.NN - Clf»r; northWMt, fr«»h. 
10 1 1 '.3 choppy 

LENNARD ISLAND- Clf»r. noTtli«»»l. 
ilroiiK: iont. roiith 

MiTT 



OTTAWA AuK an <t Tlie 1938 
catc;h from Canada s .<iea fisheries 
seemed headed today for an In- 
crcMVf over Inst year 

.I\ine laiidiiiifs exceeded bv nearly 
!i(MW>0(MI p()lllld^ \]]ivf of It'.e same 
month In the previous year, ac- 
eofdtng to the Dominion Depart- 
ment of Fisheries 

In British rnlnmbia the catch of 



(MtMANfM riouily «f»t, llglit. 30 l6. 

t Ai'K iitAi.K rif«r. tiorthwwt. inod»r- 
■Ir. JO 10. choppy. 



WIRBt.ES8 REFORT 

Eoilvtn. • p ID . unl«H othrrwiM flstrd > 
Ct.YDE BANK ' Bound 8*n Pr*itci.sco 

frmfi Orrnti Pllll. 

JUMNA tfti Pori Albtml at 4 pm , 
(orlaan er<lro 




7 cmc4cB 

Milwaukee, 



SntUlng 8«tvie* in Medam Tourist 8Imp«i* 

^^^^ O LYMPI AN 

>^ODEHN air conditioned tourisl 
■IVl cart giv* ton Pullman priveCv 
comioit^hU, roomy berths with 



Iman privet 

Individ ua I lighting . . . ample loug^^ 
room iarililiMi. And tlie coat la oaly 
about ona-hali thai oi apace la eUadard 
aleepart. You U always Und toneaae 



trinae, a ded el cards or a package a< 

rifjar^ttaa, octoproridaa beali ptUow. 

Modern acooBBMidatlaM ol eveiy 
tvpe iaduding Luxury lounge coachea. 
Faaiouii VH aeals la Ike dlaer aad 
Off th e Tra y serrtce- saad wiebea 1 (M, 
: " ■ coUee 5f . 



OLD COUNTRY 
•OORINO* 

H r««»« BO aior* ts tT*T«l 
Ihrmigh Ik* SutM la EaX 
•to AllaaUr poilt Tknmqh 
baobtBe* ■naae«d wttbav* 
txrfiMf ta potste MtokU IIm 

u 8. ■•••MeekMkad 

«kro««k ia Mallllik 
auM ia i Haa . 




Law Hound Trip Fmr— tfm Victoria 

Na.yaik •tllS.M 

TaraMa Ort. • M tO 

M«»».,l Om • ill 10 

>* ,«fi.o. r>M ♦ »i II 

$4. Ja*n. N » ♦ 1H OJ 

CMMf* (■) fpM 

I IS II li ra«af« Hllta. lew faf»a to a<hat laalata otnaa Sariki 
W Slaeaafd riaayai tala • Ttrkela «Md la alaadafd 
•■«f« trty ^>tMx^aif km. 



10« 40 
• ? 61 

it9.7e 

7400 



e«ac«>M 
tr?4S 
•140 
«7 40 
74 41 
ItO 70- 
«) 00 



•"'St . Fhaaa QeNae TS4li Brt« 

A gtwft t»r Tr Bit Ai'tn' , Srftm'tt'f Lia»t 



HHIPPINO CALE>n>Am 

TO ABRIVt: 

MOnAVIA -I'nitwl Klnrrtnm Aimi-t IT 
PAC IKKJ REI.IA.NCE — I'nltfd Kmidom. 

A,> . ' n 

OELrn^Yic — Vnit*d Kinadom, Aucuat 
i». _ 
niPRias or AatA-muwuxa otuaa. 

Japan. Auiuit 1) 

NIAOARA— Au^rtaiia. Mtv a oal sn d. Pill. 
Ha»ati. Au«u*t 3S. 

nnrCHTDYK— United Klnidom. SvpUm- 

bff 1 

FMPRrJSa OP CANADA — Phlllppln^a. 
CK;tiii. Japan. PppwrnhT « 

PACini" rNTFRri(I."*E ■ TMIM Kina- 
dom .■'/■,>'':: r-T fi 

SAIJ^CtA — UnilKl Kintdon-.. B'ptembM 
10, 

TTNDARna-i-CtiiBa and Japan, B«»- 

ttmb»r 13 

ujCH AVON-Unittd Kintdoak atataa- 

b»r i« 

EMPRSaa OP RUSSIA — Philippines. 
China. Japan. Sapifmbfr 1* 

PACinc PtONUCIl - United Elni dam. 
Sept«mb*r so 

TO DSPAaT 

KMPRKSS OK JAPAN -MasalL-^JsaSB.. 
China, PhilippinM. Aucist 30. ~~ 

MAOARA — H»«»ll. riJU »•»• gtaiaBd. 
Auttrall*. Autu^t Jl 

BMPRK8B OP AStA - aapBai China. 
Phlllpplnfi. 8«pt»mb»r 3 

/^onANnt— n«»(iii. r.ji. n»« s»»iand. 

EMPRKSa OP CANADA— Hawaii. Japan. 
Aattraita. aaaMmbar ft. 

WHKN MAILS CUMMC 
aaiTiHH »iAii.s 

1pm. Auauat »J. Emprm M Bn'am 
4 10 p m . Ai.fuvt I}. Aquitania v:* N<-w 
York 4 31 P m , Auautt 2S. Normar.dia 
. « Vr« Vorn air mail rlftn** 10 ijo am. 
^ ..^ in! 7» 1 pm. Aututl^ 10. Emprai* 
rf Au'tralla. 

ATtJN A»P T|- «OW 

I pm. AutuU i', 11. Saplembfr 10"via 
Vnncoum Auattkk...3a, .lattara onlr.- via 
Vancotovar 4 1» p m.. Aiidtitt H dastam- 
baf I, via S^attlr 

arsTRAUA am .hkw zcalanv 
4 a m. Aiwu»t tl.'Kiatsra. 
■oNouar 

It IS pm, AtttWt 11. }T Brp-»mbtr 1, 
4. 4. 14. It 4 p.m.. AiMtnii It. Niaiara. 

vnTHH A>fn j«p*^ 

II IS a m , Auiuit it. !{:>* ilarj. Japan 
imXr. 

•I'IRM CllASI.Om ISUINOS 
Auautt 14, via PrtiM* Rapart. 
iAMAira 

1 p m . A »iu<: 

wr^T i.>oiBS 

t P m . Auautt M. 



COASTING CKAFT 
P-JTICTOIUA-VANClDtrrrT* -> n» p«nf»«« 
Marcuania at Sa. Prmcaaa Ki'niaan vill 
laava VICteria (or Vanceuvrr ti 14) pm 
daUyi aa. Priactat Mareuanta or Sa Pftn- 
rata Raihiaan arrivt tffrtoria from 
vtnciMvrr da. 17 at J 40 p m 0i Prtneaaa 
Tan or A« PTinf»«« flirafc*"- » :i laave 
• Mit<r;a tor Vancouvar daU» at 11 aUC* 
•a Pnataaa iaaa ot 



Eluibfth will arrlva Victoria from Van- 
couver daily at 7 a m 

VICTORIA-SEA TTIX— an Prlncm Mar- 
tuerlW or St. Prtneeu Kathleen wil: leava 
Victoria for Bcattla at i p.m. daily. 8i. 
Prlncesa Marauerita or 8« Princei* Kath- 
leen will arrlra Victoria from BeatUa da:iy 
at 12 ".0 pm . I'mirrvs Jnan or 65. 

^r;^■r^» Fii7,-,be'h w.ll ic.iVe Victoria for 
Seniile daiiy at 11 a ni ; 8« Princess Joan 
or Sa. Princess Ellrabcth will arrive Vic- 
toria from Brattle dail* at » 4% p m . 
Iroquois »i!l li-ave V.-ti.na for Si-s'ile 
daily at 9 \j am . 81. Iro'iuon v.:]] arrive 
Vlrtorla from .H.-aftlf. di'v ni Hi, am 

vifTOHiA Pni! r ANOKi.rs - 8« Olym- 
pic «ill lea\e Victoria daily at 7 JO am. 
13 30 pm. and i io p.m. tor Port Anceiea: 
B%. Olympic #111 arrive at Victoria dully 
nt 114(1 am. 4 40 p m. and » 3s pm 
fr m I'urt Aniirlcs. 8% IroquMs will leava 
Victuri,^ daily at » 15 am for Port An- 
»elfs. Hs IrtKiuoU will arrive at Vrtorit 
dally at ( 35 a.m. from Port Angeles. 

AORAMOT— Auitralia. Haw Zealand. Piji. 
Hawaii, 8«pl«mb«r 83. 

8ALT8PBJNO ISLAND - Ms Cy PecS 
leaves Bwarti Bay dally, except Wrdnr-- 
days, at 8 30 am. 11:15 am. & pm and 
7 45 pin. Wednesdays only at 7 p m. 
Ms. Peek leaves Paltord Harbor dally, 
except Wednesdays, at (:1> am.. 10 11 
am. 4 p m. and t:4t p.m.': Wednesdays 
only at I IS a m 

SIDNEY-fiTEVKSTON-ia. Motor Prin- 
cess win leave Sidney dally, except Sunday, 
at 8 45 a m and 4pm for Sreveston, Ms 
Motor Priiir>'«^ all; leave BteveHon dally, 
except 8u:..I»yv Ii.r S.rti.ey at 13 TO pm 
h:..| 7 15 pro .Surulay^. .Ms Motor Princms 
will Irnve .Sirtary »t 8 «, am U.i 8''ifi' 
toil, and wi.l I' ne .sturstnn ni 13 JO 
pmi Ms. Motor I'fii.cesj ».,i if»ve Si(ln»» 
for Vancouver via Ci i:f t^.snrts at 4 p im 
BRBNTWCX)D-MILL BAT^Ma. rascadt 
Will leave Brentwood at 4 a m., 10 a.m.. 
II a m.. 13 noon. 1 p m.. 1 p irt.. 3 p m.. 
4 p.m.. 4 p nr.- and 4 pm: Mx. Oavrada 
will leave Mill Bay at. » 30 a m . 10 30 
1130 am, 13 30 p.m. Ill) p m.. 
3 30 p m.. 3 30 p m- 4:10 p.m. 4:10 P ta 
and I 30 p m. 

WE.ST roAST-Bi Princex.t Norah leaves 
Victoria for purt Alice evrv R«*:ir(i»y 
night, as. Princess Maquinna leaver Vic- 
toria tTer y Wednesday ninht for Zebaiins 
aiDWar-ANACORTM — Sa Qutlayule or 
eia fio««rlo will leave Sidney dally at I 
am, 115 p m era 5 u p m. tor Ank 
cortet; Sa Qu.:a)i<t» or P> Rosar'o will 
arrive ai Sldnev rlxiiy at 12 pm. • S4 
pm and 10 1-5 p m Irom Anacorle^ 

NANAIMO-VANf;f)UVr.R _ Ri Princess 
Elaine. Bs Princess Joan. • Si. Princeai 
Eii/abcih ■ ' !■■ Prlncff* Victoria will 
leave Nnn ' • >. except Sunday, at 

7:4i am. U •" i ::i and 7 p m . 8« Prin- 
ce^' Plaii.e. 8s Princens Joan, Bs Princei.s 
Eiltatieth nr Sa Pr ta t a*! , .Vl t tj a t ia wUI 
arrive Naneimo daily, eiefpi Sunday at 
13 noon. I. is pAi. and 8 pm. Pimdays 
only, ene or alhw of the ships wi;i leave 
Nanaimo at B am. 6 pm. 7 pm and 
7 30 pm . S;iid«>s oniy one— or other of 
the ahips will arrivr <4anaimo at 13 15 
»).m., 13.44 p.m.. 3 *i \, m. and 13 midnlthl. 



FLYER BKEAKS 
AERIAIJtORO 

Hughes Beat His Own Trans- 
Continental Time on Re- 
search Flight 



Coming here from Port To»ni>cii<!, 
the forty-elght-f oot motor-> ach: 
EUle tied up at enterprise Wnarf 
yesterday with a large party aboard 
all of whom reported a rouRh pas- 
sage-across tlie Sliait. Mt'iiit> r.s ot 
the party Included Dr. A. F. Warner, 
Col. C. H. HUton, Col. P. B. Burger 
Col. H. M Merri.iiii. ( oI p A Ogrer. 
P. P. Bailey and W. J. Buhler. 
. TEST YACHT 
The new thirly-four-foot inoior- 
boat Wanderlaln, built for Mrs. 
Cowle, of the Pet Shop, was ort a 
long tryout run to V.incniuTr durui^- 
the recent stormy weather, wn en 
two boats sank off the Ptaser iCvt ' 
The Wanderlaln Jiroved very wr- 
worthy. The Wanderlaln sleep-s flvr 
and has a Lycoming marine enguit 
She was built by Bill Barber at his 
y^ird and flni.shed at Enterprise 
' Vharf . 

SEATTLt CRAFT 
With Captain and Mrs. C. E Hll- 
lier and dauKhter aboard, tlip loity- 
foot yaciiLJEaloiuia-arrived at En- 
terprise Wharf yesterday and' wul 
rrmmn un'il Tlle^day Tlie party 
will then crul.ve among the San Juan 
Islands for two weeks. The Talbpus 
la equipped with a Ford engine. 

REPORT GROUNDLESS 



NE'W YORK, Aiif? 20 i4'i -Howard 
Hughes, rourid the world and tran- 
continental record holder, hung up 
niiothrr aerial rerorfl today, buc ll 

wa.s only incidental to a-research 

flight. 

Winging non-stop from Los An- 
Krlr.s to Nrw York to tr.st a nrw 
type of oxygen mask for high «l'i- 
lude flight, Hughes, in his roiinO^ 
the-world tramport type pl.ii .-> 
crossed the Continent in ten hour.- 
thlrty-four minutes, beating the best • Montreal, five-ton lots. 



VANCOUVER. Aug. 20 '(P — Brlt- 
Uh Columbia police said today a 

report that thr boat of John at '! 
Donald Clee. ini.s.<iinK since Jui.f 
when they took oIT for Texada Is- 
land, had been seen, was ground- 
less. 

fl 

Melal Markets 

MONTREAL. Aug. 20 '(t -Spot 
"opper. electrolytic. 11 ."jO. t.i, 
4.S .3-4: lead, 4 45; zinc, 4.35; an'. 
mony, la; per 100 pounds t o b 



VANCOUVER. Aiig. M C^.-J-The 

Vancouver Daily Province. In it."- 
ncv colunuu) today, aays that Ger- 
man industrial interests, supported 

hy i!ie H- i Un Government. hii\»' ol- 

iBuver wltn 'ir nwdertfT 1 

pquippf 1 fir; t in exchange tat 
$200,000 vorlh of lumber. 

"Acting through Vancouver agents, 
who have been trying ff r some time 
to interest the city in a flreboat of 
German design and construction, 
the Germans propose a three-way 
transaction to conform with the 
Nail policy of barter rather than 
cash .sale." TIk- Pro\iiice sayso- 

"The c'»'-." the new.spaiier adds, 
"would ostensibly buy the lumber 
from British Columbia sawmills and 
a:ranRo for it.s .vhlpment to Ger- 
many m re; urn for the llreboal 
Tlio Gt rmans claim that they tan 
undersell all builders. 

"The proposal is now being ex- 
anunrd by V.mcouvcr nr,iii,i ip.il 
.shipping and lumber Interests. On 
Ihe sarmet. the deal Is aaid to look 
attractive, but before giving support 
to It. the lumbermen wish to make 
rerttt;?: of srvrntl a iigl p g o f th r ileal 
so far unexplained. 

"For one thing, the lumbermen 
su.spect that Germany w^nis the 
timber not in tlie form of manufac- 
turrd liim' 'r but a.s |)eeled logs. In 
which case the industry would not 
welcome the traiuaetion. 

IMPOBTANT IUEMKNT8 

"The most Important element, 
however, is the desire of tlie lumber 
inUastry here to do nothing Uiat 
n-ould possibly antagonize Uie 
Ignited Kingdom; nrhich has fur- 
nished them with a market worth 
some $50.0r0,000 slitee the preferen- 
tial tariff took effect seven years 
ago 

"Allthough not questioning the 
ability nf the G<>rnian intrre.vt.v to 
provide an efficient flreboat on 
reasohable terms, the lumbermen 



INDIAN BOY HURT BY 
H1T*AND-RUN DRIVER 

PRl.NCErrON. BC, Aug 20 
Tommy Qeorge. .«,ix-year-old Indian 
boy, waa Ui hospital here today 
while British Columbia -police sought 

tlip driver of a car whirh t-tiuck 

he ipuna^ W i^'LJ'^' 

iavsr^rMteUiAruM»r«^ u>V^ 

The tx)y received a fracture«1 leg 

and injuries to his face and head. 

The motorist drove on without 
stopping. 




TNE convEniEnT 
11 ii.(n. saiLinc 

"PrinctM Eliiabalk'' 
'Triacoss Joan" 

« Travel thie delinhlful 
■alt-water route by amart 
(lanadian Parifir Strain* 
ahipa. Leave Victoria II 
a.m. Arrive Seattle 4 p.m. 
Delieloua meala are aerved 
alMtard. Coffee 
for entire trip.- 

Onm Wmy f'mrm $: SO 
Aefurit Far0 - $4. SO 

&hipa leave .Sea I lie far 
Victoria 9i00 a.m. aa4 
4i45 p.m. daily. 

y*ur l«ewl Hrk^t mamnt. 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 



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oration ha.s declared a dlMrlmd 
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BY STEAMSHIP VIA THE 

liREAT LAKES 

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S.S.KEEWATIN 



S.S. ASSINIBOU 



quarter of 1938 This is pa^vabie at 
the Corjjor.it.nn > main branch In 
London. Oniario, on and after Octo- 
ber 1, to .shsreholdfrs of iwcord as 

at S*'ptpmb«r 

1 Hoilinger L ;..M,..fUte<LOold Mines 
{Limited. 1 per cent, payable Sep* 
I tembier 9 to sharehotden of record 

; Aulgust 26. 

Engll.sh Eectrlr Comt>«ny of Can- 
ada Limited. Cla.s.s ' A fi2 1-3 renu«. 
IMxaPJc September 15 to share- 
holders of record August 30. 

Doni.nion Tar ar.d C'hrmirai 
Companv, pre frrrrd, I 3-4 per cent, 
payable Novtmber 1 to- shareholders 
of record October 13 

John A Lang and Son.s Limted. 
17 1-2 emu pa\«b> O ' ^ v ; t > 
Shareholders of rtoord September 

^ THl. Rt,A.SON 



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4 

8 

VI. 
13. 
14. 
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16. 
18 
20. 
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A( RO.SS 

Pronoun. 

Gp.ir tf^th. 

To inL^"- 

To bi:i,B forth 

•Medicinal herb. 

Capably. 

Unit Of work 

Bucolics. 

Roasting rods. 

Yn ing -salmor 

Nczatlve. 

P --nfnti 



HOWN 

8. Horse-shoer. 

<> .<^ " .eieM garmsnt. 



11 French river. 
17. Conjunction. 
1.8. Torward. 
22. Saull fruit 
34 Forward. 
35. Pay. 

26. Fish eaute. — 



llh. what do you meaiL, 
by coming to school with your hair 
in that disgraceful condition? ' said 
the teacher. 

"No comb, sir."* 

"Well, why couldn't, you u.se your 
father's oomb?" . , 

"Nofiatr., sir." 



23. Hawkcve fltate . 
27. To contend. 

29. - 

30. M irv 

31.. Fi.sii 

32. To ^oiiow. 
I 33. Title. 
' y- fh'godde.v.. 
row road, 
rtugueee title 

38. Dry. , ' 

39. Part of book. 
I 40. Lie 

41. Oppoklte 8W. 

42 Dye 
; 44 l/.->Hm. 
I 4'. I'l re<.kf>n. 

.51. Diatjram. 
'52 In Shelter. \ 

53. Short jacket. 

54; Epoch. . 

55. Beverse*. ' 

5d. To tranamli 

57. Racket 

DOWN. 

1 Ob.M'rveB. 

2. \^ii«|cal instrument. 

3. Motor. 

4 Topr 

5 Palm leaf «varuat> 
« Veritabla. 
7. frtstlet 



27 j^msU na.sk 

3A. Uno'cupied 
'2fl.. To tTifie. 
30. Vigor. 
32. To mar. 
33 To wrrp 

.'ffi .N -t ot .'i-aie 

Jo A (den, 
3g~ Atjp t ar e < . 
4Q. Ro»f 
41. Not «iiv 
43 Greek N ' 
44. To grant u.se of. 
4.^ Hindoo ffsrment. 
4^ To : , • V 
47. Rova'ing pi<- r 

48 B^vera^e: - — ~ 

49 .Meadow 



"A HAPPY CRUISE" 

Enjoy alt the thrills and delights of a nea 
voyaffe f»n a fresli water cruise! Acroee the 
largest lakes in the world, the steamshipa 
"Keewatio" and "Asainihoia" offer a restful 
III ! ' t .if.lr passage from Fort WilUaa.to 
I'ort Mc.Nicoll. 

Ka'^tfvii no Train!" No. 4 an'I R mnVe 
connection* with the uteanier at I" ort VVihiam 
cvftrjr TuexHay and Saturday. 

c.r.ji. .<i^tOTs >— y i»v. a f > 

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0BSMV»T10I«<LUB can OB 
the r^Iorth Coast Ltaiittd 

provide varied Itmirics and convifnierres 

^AhlO SOOA FOUNTAIN I IBPAPY 
>< U»BI-P AND BKAUTY SHOF VAf f T SFPVICi 

BATHS lOUNr.t WBl 1 1N(, t<l.iJt _ 

— all the facilities and comforu so enjoyed on a 
trip across tRe continent. 

- tjsmptrnty Air ConJitionrJ 

Evrrv rar - Standard Pullman and 1 < .r \t iVr|> 
m, rerlininn cKait (>oirliM, Dit.Lijj •nd ( )1 A*r\ iti<»n- 
Oub cr^l. firan. ouir? for ^<rtf< ' enfOvmenC 

PRIVATE BEDROOM CARS 

tconomy M i/A ( omforl 
\No '"fra fare$ on thi» tram ni^rMf "Extras " Low 
r .irH trip lummer fare* src good en the Roller 

NORTH COAST LIMITED 

northern pacific 

TICKIT OMICI 
912 GeverMMNt St reet 

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»THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. SUNDAY. M;CrST21. 1938 



19 




FINANCE - COMMERCE - MARKETS 



Feeble Attempt 
-J^de for Rally 
On Wall S treet 



Hupmobtlr Mntori .... 
In^plrilioii topper ... 

Intl. Hjrvnt«r 

lull. Nickrl . , 

Ind. Kayon 

Intl. T«l 

111. Ccritral 

John*-lfMviU« 



11 
IV t 

/ill 5 
4'J i 
3»-« 
>-• 
13 
9h 



Krnnteott Copptr 41 3 40-5 



Krmcr 



Mack Tru<k 

M«xici>ii Beabokrd . 
Montiomrry Ward 
Nash KclvlnalOf 



1» 
100 4 

i 4 
47 5 

1(^1 



Mall. BllCUlt aS-« 



Katr. THirv 

Nai: . iTiM 

Na- UU .... 

Nr» V i<i ( • iitral . . . . 
Noith Arr:»r. Co 
Nonh Amer. Aviation. 



U 1 
34 

6-3 
1> 1 
30-3 

S 4 



Niw~T6ltK, Aut- ao .<R. - The 
»t';<-k marlt«>l nm.shPd the week to- 
~^ay with letble rallying tendencie.-s 
^redotnlnatlng. 

TfiTBlriK If) chill bullbh forccb, 
Jjowever, wa* the ^act the iwo-hou 

in tWUnioriths 

Quiet buying Ui ttecLs and motor.-, 
provided the principal; advanclnR 
fuel. Oalns nmnlng' to a point or 
•0 >ere po.sted ior leaders shortly 
after the opening, but these were 
substantially reduced or cancelled by 
profit sellbl^rftt the closer 

TnoafeiaOf 245.580 sharen lor the i Nurtnern Pacific n & 

day ware the smallest for any .ses- ^ '^^ ^ 

•ion atnea June U. r<Mr the week the 
t'lriiover wax also the smalleet mncc 
the six-day period ciicllng on lliHt 
date 'l .K- (lay .N aKKreK-;tle coiiiparPd 
With 390^ last Friday. The only 
time durlnff the weeli the total even 
apprfmrhcd tlie 1 000 OOO-share mark 
wax on Friday whon 825,M0 share? 
were traded. 

The AMOclated Press average of 
alxty stoclu managed to emerge from 
th<' Saturday sl«'. ta with a i,rt 
Of .1 Of a point at 48.7. On thr k 

this composite recovered i v i>".iiis 
gt f a Ml wee k's t tla pae e l l . i pottus 



14-7 
S7 J 
49 4 



11-7 



I-I 
II 

57-2 
49 4 
2»-4 
•-6 
13 
»6 

¥> •> 
13 1 
lOrt 4 
47 



23-3 
46-7 



was above the 

"correction" of 



Analysts said this 

generally ,«>x;)«^ t' rt 
the latent setback. 

Trading In bonds dwindled to the 
lowest level In three monthji. 

A few rail* were oflerrd down a 
point or so 

ArgentlTic 4s featured in the 
foreiffn division with a point gain 
and Japan 6 I'Ss sold oft about 1.2 
UJB. Oovernment obligations were 
irraffular.' 

DOW JONES AVEEAGES 
Dow Jones averages closed today 

a* followa: 
Thirty indiutrlali, 141.20. «p M7. 
TwentjN^lis. 28.46. up 0.15. 
Twenty ■tilltlM. 19.79, ap •M. 

Forty bond*, 88.01. off .01. 
Total sale<i. 2.')U.0O«i. 
» 

Br M. A. Humb*r. Ltd 
(All mttlottl In Blihtliii 



7-1 
5 1 
• » 
30-3 



0«r»ii III. Glass ... 

I'ark.ird 

{'.tramount Picturrs 
Prnn. Rallvar .... 

I'Mlllps P»W 40-3 

Pullman • 33-5 

Purr Cjll • It 

H fl.i) 7-1 

Hi^ ib... Iron Sc 8te«l 18 1 

l<>'>iiOl<l a Tob. . . 42 

sn-.rnlfy 

Srun Kocbuek 

Shfll Union l*-4 

Sorony Vacuum 14 7 

B'Miiiirrn Pacific 1* 7 

Southern Hly. 

3i'.Tiy C'orpti 

Stanrtarrl Brands .. 
Standard OH. ral. . 
Standard Oil. N J. . 
Btf wajt-Warnf r 



18 5 
73 7 



13-3 

33 6 

7~» 

.... 31 4 
.... 54 3 

ro-3 

8 3 

48 1 

Tffxaa Gulf 3» 4 

Timken 

Tram American 
Twentieth Century Fox 
Union Ctrbi.le 

Unlif-d Aircraft 

i;tittr(l AirlinM 

UtilteM Corpn 



a^<|elwk«r . 
Texas Corpn. 



35-3 

13-7 



11 6 
3»-l 
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10-6 



40 

33-1 



18 

41-6 
18 

73 5 

14 J 
18 S 
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141 V 


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A' tei Wh't * oili.'i . . 


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AuaconSa copper . . . 


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34-4 


34 7 


A'-h!s6h Railway ... 


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21 7 


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2H 2 


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17 


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Bnrs Warner 


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. 34 


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13 6 


Canada Dry 


. 18 


18 6 


. 18 H 


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35 

48 6 4»^4 
10-8 lS-3 
24-6 

87 4 «3 ' 
27 3 37 
B 8 5 

2 6 

IJlUlrrl Fruit ♦K' 4 

United n,ii «e Imp 10 I 

US. (•S'- Iron Pipe .. 41 3 41 
UR Indus Alcohol .. 30 18-5 

U B. Realty S 7 

U S Rubber . 4^ I 

V 8 Rubber pftf «7 4 »~ 

n a Rteel S?> 2 58 S 

Vnnadliiin 1* 7 

Warner Bros 6 

We^tlns. BMtrle 103-4 102 7 

Western Union 37 6 

White Motor IS ^ n 4 

Wonl worth . . 4.'i 2 4.') 

Young^tovin H * T 3<i 1 3.^ 7 



2i 

32- 4 
46^7 
10-1 
3»-l 
14 
34 

6-3 
18 7 
30-2 

•-3 
13-a 
10-6 

7 I 

5 1 

9 •> 
;r> 3 
40 

33 S 
11 

7 1 
18 1 
41 6 
18 

72 7 
IV 4 
14 A 
18 « 
13-3 

33- 6 

7 S 
31 4 
54-2 
10-3 

8-3 

n-i 
35 

49 4 

10 3 

34 6 

83 I 

37 2 

8 .S 
2 « 

80 4 

101 
41 2 
19-S 

-I 7 
4.i 1 
MT 
?» 

18 7 

a 

103 4 

37-6 

n s 

4S-2 
J»-l 



fOOEJCN EXCHANGE 

MBW YORK. AOf. M (AP>.— QueU- 
''tioiu la emu. 

Canada-Montr««l la. M«« York. 
1964118 New VStk MSatftSl. 

100 3i li-lt. 
Bcl8luin~-16 86. 
Cscctioatdvakia— ,S.4lt6. 
Denmark— 31. 7i, „ 
Finland -3 17. 
l-'rance - 3 73. 

Germany 40 11: trSVtl St.Mj. 

Greecs— .80. 

Hunssry It 85. » • ■ 

Jla'.l .^.26'.. 
Yusoslavia -3.34. 
Nether laod»—M.6S. 
Norway— 34 S3:' \ 
Pniand — 1887 

Portusal-4 43'i. \ '- 

Rumania— .7i. 
SwodM— 38.16. 
Switstrland 33 0}. 

Argentina— 33 53 
Biiir.l hrtt i Hi 
Mtxao City -30.50. 
Japan -38 43. 
Hqti*kon»-, 30 55. 



MtSLINt. tXCIMM.I 
NEW YOKK. Aur. 2" <A1'' Q.' :m- 

tluns in dollars. 4 8S1-16. •Ixty-day 

bills 4.67 »-16. 
(Ratts m spot eabl«8.' ubI886 etiier- 

wis* indlcatod.) 



TORONTO STOCKS Oils Show Strength 



~1 



SHOWING ADVANCE 



WINNIPEG WHEAT 
STEADY AT CtOSE 



WINNIFEO, Aug. 20 .(P Strength 
at Liverpool was the dominating 
fact— as Wit .>eg wheat prices 
closed the week with a steady ses- 
sion today. 

A moderate export demand and 
llg olfrriiig.s "fnbuted to the 
firm lone. Exj)ort8 were estimated 
at 150.000 bush'jlfi. mostly durum 
v^a.s a buggesuon 



TCMIONTO, Aug. aO — Base 

iiu tal.s 'A ere shaded slightly In to- 
days market of Toronto exchange, 
while other groups Rdvan,<rt 
Westsra oil shares posbed a minor 

gain! ' 1— . — 

Gilllrs Lake gold wa.s prominent 
and advanced 3 to 17. , Slscoe iea- 
tured the medlum-prtee list with a 

gain of 13 

Senior golds reRistered narrow 
gains. Realizing tilted Pre.ston for 
a mild decline, however. The close 
WW dcmki a lM*r Bankfle/d. Plj 
jrtMWnd'-wflght<Tla«*^ai 

Waite-Axnulet registered a 30-cent 
swing and flnlBbed-4^own at 5.40. 

Senior ba.sc metal.s maiiiiamrd a 
steady c o ur se and Ventures 
added 30. 

Bids ' i^re rai.sed in the sttcl. 
pajx'r, food arid .senior oiLs Rroup.s 
Of the Industrial set'tioii, and tlie 
l!)uors and utilities showed steadi- 
ness. 

Trade wa: neghiilblc hi the West- 
ern oil group with prices lirni. 
Oka!t4i added 2 cents and Calgary 
&i "Edmonton a cent. 



In Short Session of 
Vancouver Exchange 



VANCOL/'VEH, Aug 

showed strength on the Vancouver 

Sl<x-k Exchange during the short 
session today and dealings amounted 
to over 53,000 shares. 

Okalta and Calgary and EdmOn- 
tun oils held the spotlight. Qk^lta 



20 a.— Oilsl NobU five . 

I Per.rt Ore ,\t 

, Pilot Clo'.d 



Pioneer • 

Porur-Mahe ... 

Premier r 

Premier Border . 
Quatsliio Copptr 
Uui-.M." .:• Qiiartr 



....... 

i I I 4 ■ I I - 



K"'\fs Mardnnald 
KelicI Ailutslon . 

traded actively tout Kras unchanged i n'wtrd 

from ye«;terday'8 close at 1.30, while RutuvArsent, . 
&lyE. tittecd^up^i nine «Ji 2 " 
r«*r(e ftei^l 

1 15 were unchanged. 
IslaiUi AlouuUiui was four higher 



03 
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GREATER VANCOUVER 
_JM/ATER DISTRICT 

^0,^ J fJgTAT.MRIMT DEBENTURES 

pATgB AVOi'ST M- ■'•<" '*> >^ KFaiALUi l»S8 I* l»SS 
TfBLDINt* I KOM *% U 4.»5% 
W( Shall P1«U*(I tvPurnlah ruU Partualar» in lUstrS-to tti* Abovt It* 

A. E. AMES & CO. 



MIW tOU 

HONTBEAL 
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UMmo 
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VICTOBIA 



WINNIPFO 
LOMKIM ^NCLA-HD 
TolaySoMs B 417 1 -8- 1 



BURNS A WAINWRIttHT. LTD. 




Ill the gold iist at 1 35 while Premier wsverity 
Other leaders ' w"""""" 



Wr-Ko 
Whitewater 
Ymir Yankee Oiil 



Slocks and Bonds 



<A S AiraS ft OO VIOTORUt 



Bell Telephone . . . 
Bralrll'sn T L. A P. 
R A nil 

■ ■ ' Cf m_ri;J _ 
' I,,,, 111 Oniriit P(d 
Cuii«(1i ' '1 Pacific . . 

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M laiii Wn,«er O * W, 

H ■ .,r, , irr O A Wl. Pfrt 

li-.per. I ' III 

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Ui'iTi aM"! Hi Nlrl.el 

In', riialtnnal P'- rolrum .... 

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H-«liiiiie 

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CaterpllUr Trtf 48 

(■prtfi lie Pitsi 11 44 

C A n RaliKsy 30 « 

Ctirysirr 73 7 

C'lliiMibi* ( iitv . . ^ i 

C ommerelal Ci*dli ... 4«i- 
♦ •ommonwealth ft So... 1-3 



41 7 

:in i 
72 7 



C'.n CdKon 

(■<!.• rail 

^t>us. Oil 

Oons. Aircraft ... 
rrown Zslltrbarb 
Curtiss Wriiht . . 
Ciirtlas Writht VA" 
pr. r" A* ( lc> 
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r iirhai Ki M^^r- 
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OfUfral M"ton 
Clf^oilvear ..... r. 

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14 4 

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174 4 

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42 8 
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31-4 
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41 4 
8 2 



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48 

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I'lpmier 
, Pherrill -(torrlnn . . 
I Wudhur- B< > 11 

. .7> t; . '■■ . 
1 V. • ■ 

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1 Rnnk of Montreal . 
I Koyal Bank . 



Rid 
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30' 



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futures 



A^ked 

18.-|'j 
13 
21 
31 

10'. 
M. 

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30 

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18', 
17', 
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73 . 
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grades, but ihcri' 
of a broader Continental interest on 
uncoil 1. ned reports from London 
that th cargoes "of Canadian 
wheat had been sold to Germany 

Values were ■ :1 uiicli..i.Krr! to 
1-4 cent higher at the close Satur- 
day, with October, 67 3-4 cents; 
November, the same;_ Decen^-ber. 
67 1-2. and May. 70 l^. 

Buenos Airer closed 1-3 cent 
lower and Chicago wa.s at .shghtly 
lower Wvels. Lh:jerpool cla«ed 7-8 to 
3-4d higher. The Urm t<»ie wa.s 
.said to have been due to short- 
covering on firmer United States 
Winter wiieat offers and Strength st 
Buenos Aires Friday. 
Interest in .ash v.hcat lontlnued 
low ebb and .spreads w -re gen- 
erally unchanged." Or'd cars chp.n.';ed 
hand.s. *" >erat:cnR In the loar-e 
grain lut were at h virtual stand- 
still Hiroughoiif thf rinv 



Wlirnl 
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37 

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Wh'St . 1 Northern.^ ; , 2 ••'■.■<. >t\u 

72 , I S..rllirtn. 611 ,* Nr 4, «1 '. .N- i. 

.S3 . No «. 47'. Feed. <4 '.. . Track. 70'., 

I Amber Uurum No. I. , . No 2. .'>4 '. . 

No. 3. No. 4. 47 ,. Traik. i6 '. . 

, Oarnrt No I. 60'« No 3. 57<> 

I Out- 2 <• "A- 31 3 CW. 30'.. r.t 1 

Peed. 3(1 . ' 1 h>"1 -'3\. 3 Feed, 27'. 

3 Kefd. 3« . Tr.irk. 31.. 

Bsrie) 2 ROW, 37'. 6 ROW, 37V 

3 C . ;(••. 4 CW. 34'«, > CW. 33 
I 4 <• W . 32 Trark. 

R>e I C W , 40. .3 C W . 40 3 ( '.V 

36 .. R.-jectCd No 3. 33',, 4 CW. J. . 

Tr.nk, 39 .. 

Max- I tfwr. i*f*, ;,3 r.w.. iST. 



MINING SECTION 
(Island lovtstmont Co. Lid) 

Bid A'ked 

Acme 08 in 

AJaK 21 25 

Aldrrmac 48 49 

Bacamac 19 20 

nanfcftenr ct f 

Ba.«e Metals i; '-I 

Seattle I 28 1 ;a 

Bis Mluiourt .31 .33 

Botaio 16 n 

Bti'.othi IM WVr- 

Buiraln Ankerlle \S :>0 ir, nn 

r A- E Ccrpt, 2 3! 2 34 

Cai.iidlan Mi...riii I '"fi i (i:i 

CHflboo fiolU Uuam 2 83 2 70 

Ca.^Me Trelhe»ay 1 no 

Central Patricia 3 82 2 R.s 

Chemical Re^e.uch 4.S 'i2 

C'hibnuii ,1111.11/ 33 Ti 

C<i»5t Cipper 2 10 3 00 

Connrlum 1 38 I 4fl 

Home 34 no 34 2.'! 

Kllorado 2 2fl 2 30 

F'Hlr-^nbridse 5 8.) « on 

( i.prt ^ l*kt T77T. . 47 4« 

(lunnar . 6S 70 

n.inl Rock 3.17 2 18 

Hoi;iiiRer i.'i 13' : 1j 3s 

H )nie Pll ; I 18 . 1 23 

Howry 36 37 

Hu(!min Buv M A S 29 7. S 30 OO 

lull. Ni( kel 40 .^0 ' 49 7.1 

K.iKli.url I.akr I 33 I 3'i 

Ijilff^hr.re 53 ?:> 53 sn 

I,rl'rh Oolrt 87 89 

Little Loni Ue 3 5.V 3 60 

Mara<>na ,'5 20 5 25 

Mclntyre 48 75 47 1 2 

McKeniie lied lake 123 123 

McLeqd Cockshutl 3 80 3 8.5 

MrWaller* 88 70 

MiiilPB Corpn ' \ Vi 1 95 

M .ncta 175 180 

M n ir-Kirklarid 09 10 

N.:.., \ K 1 67 1 75 

NrrandR 73 00 73 75 

O-flrlen .. 3 75 3 80 

Parrowr 4 45 4 50 

Pf.Wfll Rouyn 3 43 2 45 

PiijliiaMer 49 SO 

Prnd Oreille 1 9'i 19. 

Perron Oold ' . . .1 45 I 48 

Pickle Crow .■ '1:0 -, 3:, 

Pioneer 3 no 1 ',1 

, Premier , 2 35 2 40 

Held Authier , 2 fi > 2 73 

1 Hi-no 43 4'i 

I H • ' •< 0)1 . 4n 00 47 on 

,'•,1; A;,'on:o 12 

, HUf. : .'I (Icrrton ... .\ ' . I : 

I Kl-' i.-^ 2 1 

I K' .'li I! Mhliifuc 1 (1 

'. i 

ilnnln ., 2( 

, ,1. . . , It 

Sylvan IIP ;i 3 

Te.-k-Hi.»).fs 4 1 

Tlir-np'on Cadillac ; 

T'hiirn 2( 

T"-- r:^xi' ' '... ... 7 : 

V. •■• I . . ; 

Willi"; Aiui.l'-i s < 

Wrislit-Harsreavas 7 1 



was up two at 8.32. 
held steady. 
In the ba.se metals trading wa.s 

sluggish and B.C. NlCliel was OfC a ' Anslo-Canadisn 

fracUon at 8 and Luclty Jim was ^t.Ta'c^'^'.'"" 



1 15 



luichanged at 2. 

VANtOIVLK QIOT\TION,S 
(Boorman Investment Co.. Ltd ) 
Itbitt 



Bid 
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' .08 
31 
• 45 

01':, 

.01'. 



Aztec 

B C. Nukel 

Bik Missouri • 

Bralorre 

Bridse River Consolidated 

BiudJird 

Csr;boo Ooid 3.18 

Orntonia 05 

j Dunwell 

Pairview Ama ira ina l l M t-. ri — 

ff (IrrBl (i )ld 01 

Oeorse Copper 25 

Oeorsia R.ver 

Oolronda 

rrrrrrTTTTTT: — m 



Ooid Bell 

Gold Mountain ... 

(irandview 

i Cirull Wlhk'tie ... 

' H.i.ds 

I Hcdlry Uny oi ... 

HrOl'-y .SirrUus .. 

Hotre (iili 

Indian 

IMaiirt Mo'iTita.n . 
K'.' •' i.n V Belle 

Lu k) Jim 

.M.Vk Siccar 

M-flillivary Creek 

M.Iilo .. 

Nlrola . 



or, 

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03 , 
1.14 

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01 
1 30 
1 "7 

03- 

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1.3 



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07 
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3 70 
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A. P. CooaoUdated i' 

Baltac : nj 

flrown 32 

CAE Corporation 3 10 

lalmont .31 

C ommon weal th 36'i 

Crow's Nest 01 

Davies Petroleum 30 

Freehold 03*4 

fire.stone Petroleum 

FounrtBt'.on • . . 

Hul. «c.id aarcee . 

Home OU 1 15 

Madisou 04 

Msr Jon 06\ 

Merlsnd 

Merei^ry ........... .0>\ 

McDouiaTTSeeur .......... 15^ 

Midwest Petroleum 08 <• 

Model .33 

Monarch '^ ll 

Nflrdan 



Lite&t Available News and Quotations on All Securities 

Boorman Investment Co., Ltd 



33 
3 33 

38 

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18', 
12 
I 33 
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07 
06 
.11 



UHRENCE SIflTH & CO., 

I N V E s T \« r N T f r 1 ' R 1 ■ 

14 ARCADE lUILOING. VICTORIA 



VANCOUVIR 



LIMITED 

I E S 
TORONTO 



Okklla 

Olialla Preferred 

Pacatta .. . j-. 

Prairie RoyalsiM '. 

Royal Canadian 

Boyalite 

Spooner 

Spy Hill 

United Oil ' 

Vulran ', , 

bidiisirlSIa 

R:i*rrs tt Dl-ktlllsrf 

( ,ii>.tai istates 

Co^si Bntvanes 
Unites ~' 



1 28 

• .35 
,05 
,34 
11 

4 5 50 
.30 

,i3 
•0 



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1.30 



35 

12' 



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I 96 
1 35 
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1 28 



MONTREAL STOCK 
MARKET FIKMER 



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C:« VIEW STRLtT 

USTKN TO OUR BROADCAST CACH MORNINO AT » 30 
fesr Lslr Rerrtffr OB MSf»t» Sill ! Mw w T ivm tui »4 w a8l>l 
Ser\u»» 1' Will Help You to Buy and Hold Sound SK'Ulltlea 

wiONE. J. w. JONES, LIMITED -io-aixan 



A CONSISTENT INCOME 



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ISLAND INVEST.MENT CO, LTD. 



IfMM Broad 5' 



n -148-7 



New York (lurb 

By H. A Huniber. Ltd. 

Clo.-e 

AUiriiiKjm- America 114 



MONTREAL, Aug. 20 (P. - Th- 
fttock market shifted into gecoi.f: 
Ronr tod.iv as it continued its re- 
turn to hi:;ii !(",( U 

In t!i,' I <| i.jiiiienus Ma.s.vy-H.ii il 
firmed 3-8, Among the metal us.>u<,-' 
Noranda addrd a liaK. rfollinger 
.5-8, '.iiid Nicke; 1-R Howard Smith 
Pa()cr moved up a half. 

D'«in.uif>n Bridae .>-hot up 'i 



Aluiniuini Ltd. 
Aniii Cyna lUde B 
Amer General . Elect rie 

Amn, Republics 

B:h» Corpn 

( '.. r r r r ( iri ,.n , 

C' • Sr: ,1 

Ctt.iA Loi'i"'! 

Cqpper Be5"-eii er 

>:iec Bond ii Share .... 
' > I'll Alden Coal 

1 ill Oil 

.umble on 

InM Petroleum 

t.;.ke,',l.nrr Minen 
M.iM.i.,, . (.IV Copper , 
I Nr V nion' Mriins 
. . ' Niasara-lfudBon Power 
I Nllen Bement Pond 



to 



1<) o at 36. Gypsum improved 3-8 p tsbursh piate uiass 

Sj Resi« Paper com. 



3 C.W.. 12'. 



4 I 



I30< 



Track. I3»'. 



l(v ed 



,\iic 20 'f 
%U trlv todav. five H. 

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I 1114 \(.0 <.R.4IV 

II A M " h. r I.'d I 



point!? lbwer..Jd "sales. Bids, Au- 
(fu.'t, 43.t.s; September.-**.!©, ahd 
pp. ember, 41 W) ! 

MONTI^i^AL. Aug 20 <r S>\\'^rx 
futures opmert steady totlay. f(vp 
point.'! lower Bld.< AiKju.it. 42 
September. 42,10, and Decembrr, 
41 80 





88 S 



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HEAVY MAULLNG 

SMCIALIZI IN HANMINO lOATS. MACHINERY, SAPIV (TC 



ISTOl 
ISM 



HEANEY'S 



CALL 
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INOr^TaiAI. KRCTION 
'Inland Invvestment Co ltd 

Sid 

i A P r.rsin ;) , 

11 A 0;K 21 ', 

I' 1 Power A • 30', 

11 (• Pnwri -"H ' 3' 

I Hell TelephnTie 185'. 

' Brj7ilian Traction 11% 

I Brrwins Corpn _ 1 i» . 

Bmrmirs Diiirniers 

ranadn Cement .. . , 
Cinada Cn- A- f . .ndty 
C'a'iintI; . r I' . ' - 
("^. , M, I II I' II w 
■C- .'UrtlHIate* «melter« .. 
( ci^uimew Cax . 
, \ I 'I'l illern-.^entrmnV 
I Mull t mil Pi»»<T ... 
' NatinnsI Brewerlea ... . 

Power Corpn 

rf' »r rnnadn 

" K' 
3fi 



42 'j_ 4.' 
43-1 

ii 48 



44 '» 



42 . 
4iS 



Boncl ^uotatioiii 

Lid I 



(Burns A Ws; ■ •' ' 

rsAvtst lAi. 



19'H 




13- 



• 45 K 



1947 



A, bill,, 4 
Alheria 4 
Alberta S 

..AlUcrta 5— e-1147 . 
Alberta 8 . 1947 

primh Col.inibi* 4 

I f. ;.,|,,|,;j 4 . 

ri- ■ ' ' ' iMit-is .'. 
Hii' . ( iiumbia 5' 
Mrtiikh t'oluthbis 8' . 
Manitoba 4 1957 ■ 
! Manltnha 4 . I'i«n 
Maniirha '' l»"> 
Mani'oha . 1!>58 

Maiii'oba 8' , l!)4r 
NV'.v Briin»'»li-k 3 ' 
Si"-* Brin«»i'k 4' 
Ne« Br in^wirk 4 . . 
Neu B'liti iKk 'i 
No\a Scot IS' 3'. ■• , \9 ' <n . 

a Senna 4.1^i_— 1953 . . , . 

No\a Sco'la h ' 1980 

On'ar'O 1 . 1951 

nii'srm 9*%^- , IfM 

oi.'arlo 4 , 1948 

'■r.'AT.r, 4' . 1970 . , 

n ■ I n r 1 0 • ■ . 1 948 
• ! I. r-* I :-\nd 3 , 1945 
,. •> f'\ — r 

■ - 1 , 148 

< 

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1 . . . ' r-t \:i ; 3.'i8 

;a»»s'.i-:ie» an ,* j . , 1 3'3 , 
S68fc8tcheWH> 4 . . 1953 



Bid 

50 .so 
59 50 

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A«ke<t 

.59 50 
82 50 

8 ! 'iO 
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and \Iontreal Power 1-4, ' 

ill A number. Ltd i 

c;o^e 

Ai.m Klec , ptd 2.> 

5 . d BrrweneS' 18 

11 1 • : I • .iiu . '. : 1 , 

11 ., 1 1. pliOliC . . . , 16.1 , 

H C Power ...» 31 

11; i,K Pl!k 4 

Ciinud,! Cell, rut l" 

Ca iuda Ci ^ !lrl|t nfd , I'l , 

("a ,u,.i I'rt fit.siup ^ I - 

I .i:.,i(l:i nil aiiishuis. iitd 13'. 

I <'ii!.,ii:,i Car fi>u!i(lry '.i IIS 

Canada Car Foundry, pfd 39 

(.'ahadian Pitciftc Railway 8 , 

Connolldated Hmelters 80 

SeasrurTia 1 j'« 

Donvlnlon Pr..1 >• . 36 

! IJom : iMoii ( i 1 .- 1 3 

Dominion I ■ . 64 

(latiniau Puv,ir 13'. 

(latineau Power, -iilrt 84 

(intineau Power, risht<i 4 . 

(ivp^uin ... .' 8\ 

H'.ih ir ... 1.'. 

n rii Pr\ Ml r> 

Imperial <> ■ ..- fr^ 

I;-,.!'!' , 1 'ibat-'. n . , .., ... 

Iiu' a. , ( 

In'.' run .....1 N i,'! 

I ii ' ~ I ii.i ■ I'lia ; p..'* - I ti . i| 

t.»ii.i of III' WncU Milling 

M I .■' ^ -H.n 1 .-. , ,- 

M c.ill - 1 rin. 'i-iiar ." 

M..nlr';al Pown ^ 



fe. hnicolor 

United Oas Co^ 

ntilltlea Power A Llyht .. 

I.I. Rlicffl Alrrral' 
Jk. ..b.v ( 

l i.ited Ainralt Warrants 

C'niiilln Corpn 

Louis. Land Kxplor. 



133'. 

23-. 

37', 
110 

II 

34 
8'. 

7 

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4* . 

70 

96 

83 

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FIRE, AUTOMOBILE ANO CASUALTY INSURANCE 
WRITTEN-MORTGAGES ARRANGED 



118 119 Pembcrton BIdg., 
Vktorii, B.C. 
Fhont E 9212 



Station Strtct, 
Duncan, B.C. 
Phont 9 and 10 



Dollar Makers 



By GEOROB T. EAGER 



H. A. HUMBER, LTD. 

rONTIMUOUS QUOTATIONS ON . 

Stocks - Bonds - Mines - Commodities 

DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES 

TO 

Maalrcal - T.ffiit* - Ne* Tark - rkleat* • HliialMS ' 
Saba«rlb«ra to SiMSsrS Slallaltea ASvlaorr A»*lysl« 

Simc 3«. ABCADE BriLDINO niONKB B lltl-B IIM 



r. « ' ' i.ij n . 
Nai.oi.j, 



I'ord A ' 

C.eneral Steelwarei p. , 

t:V|,ium ■ ', , »r 

llainilttin Bri(1«» . . . .' •, 

Iliram Walber 4.' 

Iiri"- ri«l Oil ..... . . . I 

Inii Pfffoleum :fi 

Imperial Tobacco 15 ' 

Ind Niekel 4.->'. 

I.a'-e ,of the V5-r..-,^, . ■ n 

MrColl-rrnnten«i- IT 

Pase Her*ey 

ims-wtnitan 31 
S'ffl of Canada. P'll 

Rank* 

r»' ..rl ;in Hank of ' ( on.in'tre 

Dnmiliioji Bank T<» 

Ifiiperisl" 6ank 3' « 

! nank of Nova Scbtia . 3n« 

Royal Bank of Canada 186 



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14 

8 . 

II 

30 . 
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42 
84 ■ 
7.1 
33 
48 

14 , 

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53 

18 

51 

21'* 
70 



TREY RELIEVE IN SIGNS 

People have" .said inllHon.s of tinier 
"I don t believe In .signs." Yet their 
actionir belle their word.^ 

A Mii;i!l-town druRglst place.^ .a 
w(X)i!( II I i;-out flgiirc In a police* 
inaii.s unilorni «t t"he curb in front |.usuaUf wall filled. 
' of his store w ith thiTwords. Detour 



Lobster." Tlw, New Yorlt Idlem of | creased. . Most people actuaUy kept 

the statement seems to sppesl to . tli e gr a afl . 

. , „.,i.ir,» Someflnvs folks will even obey a 

those who drive by. The parking' . . ■ ,, . . , . j 

siKti which tliev do not undrr.stand 
apace .1. Hunt of the resUurant ^ ^jrn^ny-ff c^..,.^. «mf-fff'-g tn<\ 

convincing. Por eiuunple. the sign 



3!0 
188 



100 00 
I'l 54 94 no 

1*47 tor, 

, 1461 >03 50 
1980 . 100 00 
97 78 

101 on 
no 00 



1.1 : 50 
ft* no 

lo:t -n 

105 0 
111 00 
9'» 50 
103 00 
113 00 
1 1 8 f 0 1 1 8 no 
98 75 ion no 
10 .'5 ■ lOl ^5 
lit '-n in no 

115 'lO 11« 58 

J15S0 117 JS' 

<t* 50 100 30 
■r97 !3» »n 835 

IPO 00 101 50 

10!) 50 r. 1 50 
73 00 "f- 00 
XMa»..-?,ik.i2l 



■8» .50 



r.o o 



M-niri-al 4'.!" . 1951 tri '0 

guetier 5 . I95J in4 'fi 

1 T nto 5 . . 1951 118 M 

V»iv-r:jvfr 4', '■ . 1986 81 50 

Winnipes 4'-, V. 19(|p 11 SO 



89 50 



104 '0 

in« ;.i 



IS so 



Corporation Bonds 



(Burns A Wainwnsht I 

pt-BMC rtitrtir* 



Dominion Bondu 



A- "\5 a !;«:,»>,» T td > 



Dim of r» n 



;'>40 
1941 
l'>43 
1444 
1948 



4' 
» 

5 

4', . 
4 ' 



I'>48 ,V<'. 

1141 3',' 

W7 4 

I9'-« 4' - 

1959 4r 

U55 3 ' 

1968 J'i' 

Pe-r 3 • 

■ -Ht 3', • 



. 1'- 1 

/,,». 3 - : 

noMiMov r.i ^R^Nrif* 



Bll 


A'ked 


in\ so 


ing 50 


109-17* 


-TTO 375 


11.' ;5 


1 13 75 „ 


111 5ft 


113 50 


107 75 


•108 75 


1 1 1 83S 


113825 


ni 75 


in4 


'.n- ats 


ini HT'i 


itj no. 


1 12 87i 


1 IJ 3% 


1 !1 35 


98 838 


-»a.*o^ 


IftO :3S 


lot 135 


S75 


»1 ••5 



K' I..1 * r> .. r ( <:•. l.oi : . Ill 

.1' T.inx:r«i.v TTTpfT pfd 
SU n u I, . K I* I , . . .■ .... 
Strei cf Csnsda 

t arb 

Abilihl 

Ah I ,b;. pfri « 

AMir I'. „. 

Illeaijharnoii 
n 5 I ) , 

rvcBln N T' P'.uT pfd 

I ( , ■ . - .... 5. r, ^ 

c o- 'o',,r;.'< ' frt Pacr 

Ijoi iiftcf iii.a A . 

^,l . d Aircraft . . ....... 

r.ce' Aircraft 

Iraiff CO ' 

(i'-'xlvrar Tire 

Ii.'err.atioeial L'lllities ' B^ " 

M-T,--".i Psprr 

M' — -' Pfd 

M.' ' .. 
p «. •» O , 

P'lli.' '.r: : l'<i. 

Hiram Walker^ 

Bank* 

r>- »'i ••' Pm.* o C',:Mr.eree 

r, > ■'"•.:-' r • 1 , 

P . «. B'*' < of fanaila 166 



— FoundtAln Sen'lce 15 feet " let- ' 

l-^rid (..n it Mnie and more suio- 
mohiliM.s and pas.ser.sby turn- niito- 
m.iiK ally j^niJLfo In tHe door. | 

I . Evidently the wordlnir of thr n r . 

' sa«e on n ^ign Is ««. imiK>r',ii,' n. 
the slim lt*elf. A combination •< i- j 

! foqd rr.staurant and market on the , 

I heaVlly-traveled road from a New i 
York Ix-arh plares a iien on tlif .si lc 

I of Its building that .^:i>.s u> pa.vini{ | 
motorists ' "Take Mamma Home a 



For \f.ir' the New Yfrk Tit'. Park 
lvparini< nt had Utile 8igns on parK 
;iiwns residing • Keep-OftTtheOra.s.s. ' 
rnople seemed to re.'ent tills curt 
mryjLKdt. and paid little sittention 
to It Finally the slau were made 
to read: T ^• 

"Let no one say. and say It to your 

sliame. - ■] 
That all wa« beuily here until 
■you^came." f 

After 'that, respect for the signs in-/ 



Hnrniifii ,ii lil.' ni'i < iim ha'it 

In the ,,1 • ' < :,' .r , I., i.ii ,11 out the 
( rnAil' II read " To the E«re,5s " 

'C'T 1'*'' "'t8. bv B'M F>r(1.iil«. Inc.) 

. MONTREAL, Aug, 20 O -Butter, 
tfpot. Quebec fresh (93 score), 33 to 

i I -4. 

Eggs. spot. Ontario "A" large, 
/29 1-3S, "A" mea ium. ' 3 a a,' 

Butter futures^ -steady and un« 
rhanged; August. 33 7-8 to 33 1-4. 
November, 33 5-1 to 33 7-t. 



SCOTTS SCRAPBOOK 



Qy R. J SeoH 



6 8 11 w si 'fr r -'f^: 
■ . :i:6 

1957 
195^ 
July, 196» 
"I Oct , t9«» 
1970 
I5-i4 

144 

(. »: ■) : • . « '"7 
1983 



Can Nor Hit i<%% 



:"' 5ii- 

K " • '1 

1 1 no 

Tr?T5 

118 SO 

119 75 
119 75 
r» 25 

5» on 
in 25 
on '.0 
98 on" 
108 n 

100 71 



sa 75 

11"' ■ii 

1 ; -1 

1 18 OO 
TI«7^ 

U-Js 
'21 00 
121 00 

•115^0 
P? 

in4 '.I 

t9 '.0 
99 25 

101 3S 



a.«. ic;M'tri«.8'. . Ptd- — 

B (■ Telephine 8 . Pfd. . . . 

r P R 3 l!> il 

r V P 5 . i»'>3 ... 
Caisary pn«»r 5 ;i»80 ... 
Oaiineau P ner 5 . H.54 .. 
Montreal Pcwer 3'i ' , ,I»71. 



; ■ T ,n 
' .'^ 
111 10 
91! 50 
103 75 

Noe 



lfi» "s 
1 "ir ',0 

IC 25 
♦7 50 
161 fiO 



EGG MARKET 



These prices are ob 
from - th» ofB^-e of th« Dominion 
Government Poultry Products Ih- 
sr''''^'OnTBirvice. Victoria; B mpire 
8623 V , 1 _ ' !_ 

Orarte "A" large. .v- - .38 

' A niedlum .27 

" : .. ■■A" Pullet 34 

Fi>,io».r.5 are c.ty wholeeale:; — ' 

Orsdg^ " A" iKige J.... .33 

O'rade "A" medltirh... ■■■ ■ ■■■ Jx 
Orads "A" pullet, j' it 



Bhawinltan 4*. IHl .... 

i\nf8TaiAiJi 

I- Jl* ? 9 ? . 2S 
"la C'T.ent i\ . o : 

»•« -^TH Ptarers 4'.- vi 

M.-i-Ai'-r-ontenai- 4 . ■ ',946 9" 50 

Maaaev-Harria S^^ 1*47 99 38 

Siirraon s Ltd 4'«*-, 1946 67 00 

OBAfX TSSt'RS 

Aihept. Parlf'f 8^ , t646 •■"0 

"Vz-.m' r., > 8- 1S49 ^ 

' . • 4 , :■>'; ■-. 

.,ii.Li4- tJiA.i. i.:«j -U4S-i.. , ... wao 
Wastets orsia .... ...jt 



FOREIGN CURRENCIES 
COMPILED ON BASIS , , 
OF CANADIAN DOLLAR r Tvr 



For<'ij;n BoiicI«* 



• Burns * Wa.r. 



ISM 



'3 



64 AO 

; ri •• 
n -V 

irtr. r,n 
100 7S 
9S -5 



A ir 30 rv . Rr: 
' t^:'d^ doced h,;..er 
ti^-ifl- N T, : .'. ra'fs for I.3ree 
1 amount* AraentUiS. peso. .2S8o. 
I France, frarw, ,0373*3; Oermany, 
I rf;r>-.«mark iOM, *Grest Britain. 
' ;v^i-vi 4 S1T4. Holland. fJorln, M81. 
• " •wltaarland, 



r ►> •» 8 • . 1961. . 
r-'r :. : - i»49 

I ,.--r .1 4 ■ . 1985. 

;• . V - :94: 

.It: a . « - , 1954 .. 
V'.rwST «•. 1944... 
Petj 8 ., h9*t -r; 

8ydn»y I,' l»»« . 



.....•«.. 



t I » 

Bid A<k"l 
l«n SO 103 no 
4 171 8 84^ 
19 00 \»fi 
18 so l».0» 
10* M 

33 63S 33 «31 
73 00 7S-4*- -t 
' U SO 70 06 
105 63t 166 31 
6 33 16 00 
ini n 103 36 



AVi<e pTIrei ir. Il»w Tor*. 

LONDON. A iS ^ 'M' -&sr geld, 

_i42^ 5 i.ad. Off Id. ilqulvBlgnt, 

M4,77i 




£Wi;L»5H JUSTICES ARt 
AAADE OF HORSEHAIR — 
MADe BY A P/ir^Wr 
Process 'UlEY 
DO Haf NEEJ> rbV/DEMN(i 
OR FRtXX4M^ 



^1- Hair. K ?\M<fM» 

POWK MUO AHC> 



/ 



WHIM AM<K.y 



I 



fHK PATLY COLONTST. VICTORIA. B.C^ SI XDAY. AUGUST 21. 



Business and Professional J)irectory,^^(?aht Ads 



Chi iJaHs CfoloTtirt 

■ ATM rOH CUAB-SIKIED OM WAN! 
AUVEKTiatMENTS 
T»0 etnt« • •ora •»tn ui»»ri;orr. Vf*"* 

S Tt%l Alh «iUi otdrr No »c»virtli»- 
BWnu MMPM («r Itu tl.iD iwtnty-tivt 

<«iiU J . 

* Death tna runern Notice* I lirir 
l„.Trlin. 11 00 for 

tloa M»rn»«<>». C«rtlii ol rh»nli» end Ir 
Memorum Noucm. 11 :-o t-tr iiiKriion 

'~Birth"NoHct« 1100 ift ir.Krflon 
""AdverllMri who aesirt n»ve rep.u- 

■ddrciMd U> • ftOM el Colcmln •■•o 

forwarded to their private -td -reu a 
iharj. of UD e.DU I. ""t^l" 
rrpliM. In thu c»je add Wee word* 
( Box f:oionie»- » to the eouat lo» Ui» 

numl>«r of »c>rdi ^ 

Out-cr-i<j»:i rr»afri of our •averliM- 
nente a«k adtertuer* lo'fWe addtt»t. *» 
well at piMtte numbara. aa It t* not alway- 

phone - 

" Any claim for ■ reoate «■ 
error* er owlMiona miut M 0)%ae witnin 
tnirty d»7» from the date of tne tame, 
olherwue the claim wllJ not be allowed 

" The Co*ODl/ii fr'P"'"''"* " 

more than one Intorren inirrt'on of tia 
»dverJt»emenl |Ordcred| for n. -r. than oj-" 



nmERAL oiucTOM 

'Utntinuatf* 

IfeOAUT 
Tbe Herat funeral Ben** 
Offic e end Chapti. Cor JobDaea sb4 

~ Vancouver Streeta 
firiir<|M |PIJ 



• J CUKRY * bOM . 
Funeral Otrectort 
OW. Quadra and Broughtoo ttnoto 

Phone G j51J 



If 



SITOATIONS WANTB»- 
FEMALE 

tCnminiieO 



1,^DUCATED ENOUaHWOMAll 
POAiiinii in trrtn or rountrlr; feM ef 
rhUdieii Box 7868 Coloniit 

I.'XPEKIfNCEl) I.JRL WANTS WORK. 
J Monday, Wedneaday, Prida) . 16c hour. 
C ItSELv 

/ 1 ovERNKM 7or~wir)r ~ Ex pntfrnwc i 

' ' otln\ •r^\'7er^ i/Kxl mthrr HimillW 
y. 9172. Box 7SM, Colonu' 



UutiDclivt, funeral ttervice in Oiii ht» 
Mortuary at Motferaie Ceel 
Baperleaead Lady Attendant^ 
BAMDB MOBTUAKY. LTD 
Phoaet: B7tll. OltM IMl Quadra 81 




The'dolonlel aertlceTe a»aila01e every 
day from « a.m. to 10 p m.. «»ceptln« 
Sunday Juat eaU_« mpire «li« 
~To inaure intortlon. Classified Ad» ehoula 
reach The Coleaut before 10 p.m. o the 
day previoue to poWlcatlon. 

~^Clualflad Ad* tar Tht Buaday (Moout 
•111 iScepttd w to !• P* «•»•»»- 

CLASSUICATIOM* 

Acreace tor Rent 

Acreace for BkU • 

Aereaie Wsi.t'd ,..t.««« 

Aaenta W»!.ii'l ••• 

Autoa for Hire 

Automobile^ ..«. • 

Birthi • 

n '.' :c» and Motorcycle* 

b' *is i-iid Launch** ....«•••••••••••• 

II .uiiiiig M»ierlal» 

BiiiloeM Directory 

Bualneaa Opportunltle* <' 

Ctrd* of Thank* * 

Church Notice* * 

Clolhlna. rurs. Shoe*. Ete. «0B 

Event* 

3' 



A ITT .FLORAL DCSZONa at lowett pricei 
Pollock pros . 131ii Uounle* 8t O &au 

BROWNS VICTOHIA NUH-SEHIICS. 118 
View.' Dealcn wort eiecutedi u>wc«i 
price* We trow ear flewerfc O «tl l; O mi 

BAUiANTYMC BMOS^ LIMlm 
mi OtnttttM Strtti Ptjoot O Mtt 

- W* T*l«f ranta newer* 
COT -riiOwxRa i^nd debionb 

I^UL -*'0743 -<FOyH^RTI8riC n^kAL 



1.; 



n 

K 
■»* 
1« 
•6 

K 

1 



40A 



W 

«OII 

... 4or 



romint 

Iiarirint ■ •. 

l;patriB 

Iire'Jimaklnt ...••.••••«•••••••••• 

Educational ....••••tii>t<«t>*«««>**>- 
Farm* for Reat 

Farm* for 8*i* 

r»rmi W»iilea 

ruti and Apartment* to Rent 

.. .. A^w^m^tM Wanted t< 

rioaffi 

For .saio-oMUceUaaeaiu > 

Furniture • «....••• 

Furl 

Funtrtl Director* ' 

FurnUhid Hou»*» for nent 

Pumiahed Roaa)a for Rei.t 4«a 

furnlehed Reoma Wanted i'>A 

HKlrdretarrii and Beauty Bpeelallat*. . . 31 A 

Kai;.< to Rent 3* 

HoifU _ *' 

Hnuiekeepint Roooat to Rent. ........ Bi 

Mnutekerpln* Roaou Wanted 

House* (or Bale 

In Memoriani 

I.iktind Cancelled 

I and Found *............••••••••• 

Nti 'ctry . .................«••••.•• 

M»iii>'t Special* 

Marrlate* . 

Mitf rilaneou* • 

Money to Loan ..»'•........•.••••'•••••. 

Moaumental Warka • 

Muftlo ................... 

Mu*>(°al In.itrument* 

Nuripri Stock. P!antii. Etc 

Nursln* and Convalr^rrnt Momei 

Perxonal 

Prof«fi«l'iiiitl nirrctory 

Proprrtv f'r .Si> 

Prnpprty W«n'"1 

Poullry end I.Jiritprk 

Riidio 

Room and Hnurr^ 

Ro«wn and Bo.ird WsntPd 

S^ttiatloni WaiitPd Irmiilw ID 

Situation* Wanted— Male 17 

Summer ReaorU (1 

Swaps ■.•>.•.............•. 41 A 

T>-i>rhrr( Wanted 

T.mhrr 7* 

To F.achanie, R*al Estate 78 

To Rent— Mlaeellaneou* 3fi 

Stovea, Rente*. Furnace* 4'ii 

Unfurnished Hou»e* to H^nt. S'^R 

Unfurnuned Roemj' ' 'Aiitrd ton 

Wanted -Pemale ' Help t. 14 

Wentrd— Mnle Help P 

Wanted -MiM-eltanoOttt *1 

Wanted to Burrow 31! 

Wanted to Buy— Housaa It 

Wanted lo n«n*--Houi»'ii. nnfttmUhtd 17 B 
Wanted tn Rent — Mlxcellanfoua .... S( 
Wood 13 



b: 
Is 

. 6 
7- 
311 
«4 
l^ 

■1 

s- 

31 

1 

34 
40 F. 
40M 

30 
3'. 
S« 

tn 
II 

4/ 
40K 
47 
4* 



■^UmAL AH\ SHOP 



%U*^' 

IJISI 1.S<,-1 I Vli 



f-iiw.-si df.'igii.s «J1> ti.r: K 4811 



MUNL'ML.NTAI. WOUKS 



STEWART MONCmZNTAL WORKa LTD 
Take No 6 car M work* 1401 May 
Street. Phone O 34i3 



19 



COMINO BVINTll 



\O r. I.AHOK DAY. O I, D • T I M E 
• daiue. A O P llall. Cormorant St . 
.Si'pt 'j, » p m. to 1 a m Irvlne'a and 
HurvrAters' orchentra Novelty prites. re- 

frrshmrnts Price .3&e 

At'OtlST 24. 
• SlfWiiri Old Iimfr-. lluMl:('^ "f 
A' A I'll) F.iiriM lirsin li, Cuiiailian l/r^,in: 
r>.i;,. I..- n 10-12 30 Prises, refreshments, 

1 , , , ■ ■ 

ATTtNTION! Oli>-TIMB DANCING, 
AOF Mall, Suturdu) llaymakprv 



1 or, WKDNF.SIMY 
A \ < 



■■8» ii.itolef r» Ice rrrstii prizes: 
Mi-ft Victoria s frirnaly people 



S5e 



' C r ANNUAL 



>^<v»f h#*(t'i)i* rt* 

fr,*-i((l*, [■ :»■,.>• r.-. 



PICNIC. Fi.K I.^K^.. 

i 11 in Mi-;r.t:'f ni;d 
•i.T «r ri I 



proercaalve «hist olahlly. •:«•, Hlth- 
ail *e*a »rla*s in inam Oaatea l*ai I p ai. 



MCMORRAN-& CORDOVA BAY-DANC- 
In* every Saturday clcht. 3&c. Tom- 
tKiiHS Auiii McXwan'a Band 

I »H()(iUt.SHIVE WHIST NUUn iTY^lTir 
I ne-t ca*li iirizes in town Afternoon 
(Hiiiei, i 3(1 Coast Hall, 1416 DouKla^ 

^TARTINO SEPTEMBER I.'nIOHTLY', 
145. proarrulvr-fhre- hundred: lane 

cs«h prliej; Central Wl . t r' ,•, 



liH.lAin r. HANUV MAN TO DO AN 

M, ,1,1'. .s vti.rk aiound tarden 

M .X 'JH'JH. Colijlll.M 



13 WANTED— MALK lltLP 

A ; 

«nil houM 

ROY run HAKEKY FirrTlCN YEARS' 
»i.'>iilt loh Inr rliht hi.\ B-x 7««7. 

I.^NUINEERS COACHED tX>H MARINE. 
^ Stationary and Dteael certlflcates 

Phone O U7(! 

I,THN1.-IIH) IIOOM PR<5VII)F.D Ff)H 
niHM II) Hi'rnd furn»«o 1034 Pandora 

MAN TO BUY HALK IM HlK.aT IN A 
well-established buHlnesn. 
atebdy work, 1750. 

ItKMABI.E MAN TAKI 
k route. Dl»tribute. tc 



i URL WANTS WORK. REUABt<>: *** 

^ ' I, our. car (are. Phone O isn. 

I I KiH SCHOOL 'OIRL' WISHES ROOM 

' t i,,;a board in tood family Iq return 
for I:k:^> vrvices. Phone Bt704 ST Sei 

Trs folonist 

I AIjS wishes to be COMPANION 

i <;i' to a lady In*^ Vw ton*. OckmI 
housekeeper, plsin look fleferences If 
required Box 7564. ColoniM 

H SUABLE WOMAN " DE8IRE8 " FEW 
hours daily. riirii.t 'or t)uMriMi 
woman's snarlmrn' Hi.x 7^fl«, r,,;r>r;'.,' 



l*'OMAN WI.SIIK.S WORK. DAY OK 



V'OUN 
I lllh 



NO 

hi 

child nur^e 



I^DY DEfJIRES POSITION, 
hduvewrirk ( onipanion. help. 

Box TB'II f. !!,[' vl 



DOUBLE SERVICE 
^ IN WANT 
ADS- 

Tcu isn itkphont rour arswer* m 
tttit SI your cIsSM^isd sdytrtiitmsnti 
TO Tht Cplonitt Rtadcrs ara oMcn 
intsftstsd in War>t Advrtiscmcntt 
that do not carry tt>« rwnci or ao- 
dress*i ot advertiser! but a Gslorist 
bc» number for the acccimmcxlatior 
ot thcsa readerj nyt-o find It incori 
.cr rnf to *rit» jn arswar m^d to 
serve t^l* »()v?rt 'jt, better 

We Will Take Replies 
" to Box" Numbers .Over" 
' • the Telephone 

T>ie Cclonisr tervica li available 
♦ ofn 8 am to 10 pm, sxcs pt mu 
Sorcdys Phont E mpirt 41 14. 



iCootinuedi 



FAT»t^4rrOEM»8 



Re(i5rered Canada and 0 S 
Patent* and Trade .Marks In All Countrlef 
7ta W Pender Vaocouver Phone Sey 12i3 

ITHERiBTONHAlIGH tT'oO 
Patenu and Trade : larks 
Office* Throuahout Canada and U S 
7a8 W Pender Vancouver Phone »ey 37»e 



Coaitouad 



CCLLAIflOV»] tt WANTIO— IflBCElXANEOCt 

11 >(;ontlnued1 



1 

■I crtl 



HH. 
• Bti 
tt rrapeutic method* 



PHVSIOTIIF.RAPI 

UVEUT. Ui-i f: 



EKTON 
Modern 



20 HOMI 



LOST AND FOUND 



L 



EBANON NQRSHfO HOm xm YATES 
Street O 741t 

KOYAL ~OAK " J«VATE HOSPITAL 
(llealtb Centre), convaleacent nervous 
dLtetec*. chronle aad teoile ea*ea E icss. 



PEBSONAL 



AT HONGKONG CAFE. 550 FISGARD-^ 
Dine and danre Every Tuesday and 
Saturdsy night* orchestra Other olihts 

dai.rr f,, radio No cover charte 

A KPKI.NO PrK!HANE.NT INDIVIDU- 
^» «::> siy,fd .Spntla! prlres on sham- 
poo and rnier wave Bert Wauds Salon. 
"It Yates Street E 4023 

A EKET S PISH MAltKET. 624 YATEsT 

f » or Phone a 7101. Freab tuppUe* daUy. 

direct from the aea. 



4 MARSHALL— Purs ri modeled, repaired! 
■>a. ladies' tailonne. Room 63. 631 Yatea. 

I >IU. BL'RNEy~ roOT^SAYS THE~BE8T 
** Investment he ever made was the 2J« 
he paid for a pair of mj-PEET IN.soles 
Ihry are me dica t e d with seven alkaline, 
ahti^eptic Aalis that control perspiration, 
-o<,u,e ti-nder .irh feet like maelc. and 
baniih foot odor for keeps If your drua- 
(1st eannot^iupply your order direct The 
Stnln aa ^ aawa l aa w toa 9% n I 



r',rne 

'MIM 



■ood In- 
Box 7701. Cel- 



I 



BIRTHS 



Kn 1 I \ I ^ ; 1.1 I MS. «■ K, •.:*VA. 

B (' i'> M' aiul .Mrs Pliill:|> J Ki'lry, 
a daudilfr. 



WO<-)I IHON 

AiiRiiHl 30 



At St Joseph's H'lvrllal 
lo Mr and Mr^ T..m H 
ire Knthleeti MllchelD, of 
• : Sl;ril. a daiUhter 



Lfl'lM Ai M Kcn/'r I :nnd Oi i.ino In 
Mr and Mr- Oeorke I/',Mi hnih f'>r- 
merly of Victoria <iiee Kathleen Abbott), 
a_Mnj _iM<«us' 2". 19^* I ^»|^^— 



DEATHS 



t 

S I t f NS' >^ 

ffteensc 

f. rtN -t»( 

T>ie funeral will tok* place 

F: sii'-urn 



■ ' 1 -.udrtenlv St Sap Pr«n- 
V Hetber' William 
I r 11 rrly of Virion*, B C , a«ed 



at 



TAKE CARK K-fOKK. 
ollect. New pr<id- 
uct*. No aellln*. Earn eicelleni wreklv 
income B A W. Nut Co . St. Paul. Mum 

rrWO C14EAN n i BOYS. AOE 1« OH 17^ 
* fi»r mrai siirt leriH cry business w.Uing 
'o learn trade Box 7,'SBn. Colorii ■ 

*1 'ANTED riH.ST CT.AS8 At T( )M< iHILE 
'V .saleaman. Must be a ni<t|er and a 
riiiiTi \»ith car-*ellint eaprience Bo» 7819, 

(V,|<,niM 



w 



ANTED 

milker 
Onlonlsi 



MAN, ON FARM GOOD 
and tf»^l^ter Boi 7511, 



11 'ANTED IIEUABLK YOUTH. HOURF- 
"» work and r->olcln». cMin'rv lepu.or- 



I IR 



HAMiii wirii iN\isiM»\r 



^yr.M. 

1 



1 1 I 

r r « ' ' 



'IT' 



UNITY ma 

I '■ si-r\ \rrs and 
''83. C nlonist 



TRfU'P On A uu't t>, W»,-«rtttF-Tn:T : 
rr»lden, r I .' I M,i'iliiii| ,Mireel Fsmhi 
msll H r 1,1 I l ia «idn« of it.r 

la'e f. ;,f .!i r., W ri i> , • ^ ■ • , 

el£l'» v^«r» n"-n %' Hir, ".,,'^ C.'f 

I lir laf e Ml- I ' ^ ■ i» .) f,r,f I a rr , iriit 
of Fao'ulni' ■ • <•!> . .'<i,r\nir< 
bv I » '> r ' ' ' (>' ' 1 h ,« r, f \ and 
'Winona, wid i of I)r H Fberta Itvirw 
In Enelanrt. also five erandchilrtren Hoy 
Jr. Franela «n,1 J^rnla Trnup. and James 
and Aiirtre\ FSeri. i 

Piinersl •er> »i: like niare from 

the family re»irtenr» on Mmirtsy afternoon 
a* 3 orlock. Re\ F V Vmahle. 
fiC'Miit Inferriept m the 'famiiv y.ci 
at )lo*a Bay .Cemelerv Hsvward * B C 
FunerRl Comwinv. direoor* 

TAYinn <l the reKldeiire, 1710 Ttav 
Afreet, on Setiirrtav.j Aiienst ?n Ml*, 

II ■ I'R -'1 ,\*a\. nT ttie aie of \t>^iiy\. 
' • 'ime> Ta^'.or fl irn iii 
D i-iirr 8. ,.'!«nd, tl>e la'e Mr Tsvlor 
tml been a rrm,!, n' ..; Vii intia 
(or Ihe la.>' lortv-ti.e vr.un. ciimina 
here direct from tiU \- f-y ,n Scotland 
Mr' Tavlnr hart her:, I \ -i j m rrUT 
•nent for the la<l <i !• ■ ,i« and for 
s«me Iwentv-lwn ye-' it m • > that «a« 
the engineer at the \ i, m wh «cii i^l 
Ther« ri'maln tn urMve hu pas^inw. 
h.«.7>« ' ■ i.-viiiR w fe.'al the re»tnence, 
I" rre ann<. .ir.iin W , Vancouver J P 
and R B. of Vi<'oiia rwo dauihterv 
Mr. H PUo! a d Mra, J Pleher. 
Vif Inria al»o .eNrn erif drh lilrrr 

Th» remain, arr n-poMi.ii at ;i.r.c;in.i: 

?f the Sanda Moriiisrt. I,ld , from sii rr 
irnetal aervlres will be conducted on 
. fiienrtsv Aiiaiist 13. 1*1*. at 2 o rlnc(^ 



• No flower I 



hv .^prrial r'^'iiir* 



CARD OF THANKH 

Mr*, Mary Wallace *nd tamllv w .i tn 
Uiank their many' friend, fnr ronrr.. .f. 
at syiTipatlrT and fceaonr ii nnra: ir h re. 

fhirina tlwir Terenr' bereaven\e:'l in the 
OM of.a Invlns husband and father 
1 



Mr Oordnn Feriiii.on and son R^^(^^^ 
15 thai k incir relal-^ra Knd frienda 
kit their kmdnea. and sympathy, and for 
the many beautiful floral nfferinis aent in 
Iheir sad lose of a lovina wife and molher. 

Mr^ W A .^nuth and family a lih lo 
l( know li'dae sincere thank, tn '' r r 

■lany frlenil* the klfid woril-. 
pathy and beautiful floral offer <. 
lelved durlna the loa* of a lovina faM,rr 
^ nj^t^e band^^^^^^^^^ 



IN MBMOUAM 

twrswoRTH In' hietita rnemorf of mv 
de.*r wife, who pasted away Auttut 31, 

lt37 

Todsy reralln the ninn.^ry 
Of s • . ' . •■, . r to rest. 

And I ' ■ of htT tndav 

Are .-d her beat. 

The r ,*,-, »' 1 .,e upon her irave. 
. -Xhay^wither and dsi-av 

But the love of her who lies beneath 
Will neee^ade away. 

- W*FWr~EniW Teeint buaband and 

^ ' ™ 



I Fl'NKRAL niRtX TORS 

THOMSON rt'NrWM ROM* 
1825 Quadra Btreat 

Sernre »\ Reasonabto 
Lady Attendant 
.Fheaa O Mil 



9AtwaMD E.o FtmsRAL oOto tnx 

■alaMMIiaa IMt 
M •raaa^■< ■ Sirtei. VMaMk 
Udy Aatitwat 
lapirt NU loMPWaaon OsMta Tfl» 



U WANTED— FEMALE HELP 

A N ALLURING AF^tAW^ARN'RAm. 

* » dressint: low fee: easy term* Vicioria 
Hairdreaaint School Woolworth BuiUlini. 

/ CAPABLE CHRL FOR HOUSEWORK, 
plain lookine, |15 per meothi ileep 

out Box 7-)30. Colonist. 

* lOOK-QENBRAL. SLEEP IN, MUST BE 
^ (otid" of children O 6411 

l/XPERIENCEl) OIRL.'OENBRAI, MOI Hf.. 

* ^ work Two adults tnd baby. Sleef. nut 
Waae^ m Bos 770B, Colonis t 

orcoND ASSIST ANT-MATRON. BOYS 
hool, 36-30, educated. capable 
.Oivjt lull particulars. Rn« 7s*o' 

I " , ■ r , • ^ 

\\ AMEl) ^A WOMAN^roH I.K.liI 
(1 iHev and lain, dry work, in room:!,, 
li'MLNe 

M* ; n t V . 

rn|<,|.,. 



»iti, tioii^keepinB suite. .H,ti«;i 
wiih riK.Mi and tioard Bnx 789s. 



ll'ANTMt ll»)t;.sr.KtEPER. NOT OVERi \ 
••^"«* 'n family. Boal' 

74A4 Coliinl.l 

yoUNO WiiMAN Ff)H UaU T HOI K 
' work, plaji rookinn. for one only. 
Bo* 7710. Colonist ' 



'ale a*e. 



\I YWTKRtr)t7. '< fl t s p He niB WATBR'ifr 

Maniir wiiioui coal aaa or oil ■ Pays 



up in tin rta l< 
pie offer w r 



New prinriplf Fref> *a«ii 
l uvico. ElkhaM. Indiana. 



17 EITL'ATIOV^. U AIimi>-> 
MALE 

i IX ROUND KAHMHANdT^Od'mILK- 
* » er clean, koher, middle-ated. Apply 



Hox 78>e, Coloni.t 

% J ORFOO H O !• SE^WINDOwi 
is. rir, od. oulsi4e, »c each. O S023 



tnan. 



Low p 



ALTERATIONS RALOO- 
rai;,':nf Competent Work- 



Mr 

I.A till l(< 



IF YOU WANI A I ■MMKR. PHONE SEC' 
refflcT of .,: I'lKon. f: ninire 8177 
ll'llilE C<H)K. OOOD SHODT oliDFiR 
II « I, Will 10 anywhere. Bm 7«ih 

I 'lii.iii • 



Street, Toronto. 

BUTTERMILK - A GOOD OUJKPAaH 
lonad Sprint tonic for elm. ylaor and 
vitality 10c quart delivered Retistered 
Jer ey Dairies, 608 Broughton St G 5044. 

I >()A(i .s KK.MEDY DOES HEAL ECZEMA 
l> Hud.vjn s Bay and D. Spencer s 

/ «ORRE«PONDENCE~CLEARINO-HOII8E 
(or ruliivated. well-read men »iid 
• •.iiifii Dnokt, intereats. opinions Noi 
for I.o:,f 1) Hearts Box 1287, San Prancisoo 

rjELIUHTPUL Meals.' reasonabU^prlee*. 
t^' Wmt* he lp Speedies C*f*, Gordon St 

ENGLISH HAND LAUNDRY^OLLAHS 
turned lit;. »btrt» lie up. collar* 3 
for 10c. Oeurtney at Dotitlaa e 61«2 

i,'«c7.rMA. rrcH,~piLfcs ulcerated 

' ^ lr,;s Try Oeo Lee .. Chinese remedy 
818 < orii orant. Dept and Drug .Store. 



37 



MISCELLAN'EOrS 



CREAM ENAMEL JRONT FAW- 
ranie. water front, thermometer. 
155 Carwr'a Btoee Stare, ni Fart Street. 

B 3511 

K" ncHEN OIL RDRNBR. FtRBT-CLABS 
condition. 115 Phone O 333* 

\ 

■^EW AMJ V^r.V RA.NOKS 
Boutl.a:; I'J'il Ci n rrnii.ent 

N EW Cotcrprue Princes* Raase Rea tM. 
lor |7» . TeaiFle * Com 114 faadera 

j^ANOE CAsmas ■toOkid 



BOOKS. ALL KINDS. ANY QL-ANTTTY 
BOUGHT PUR CASH 

Huater* QM onsmsL »oot*l>e» 
35.as* \Jtmi** la Select Fran 



1116 Oaeerwaeni Street 



FhOiie S tail 



EW K7!n USED 

B.ir:;eri> Mann s. 



R A N G E & OIL 

740 foil . .a, ;il,;;> 

8AWDCSI 



tummed. el* 
Olsdston* Avenue. 



PriniiBi rer AD Reaulremeni* and 

Every Purpe 



fiUSINI 
. SOCIAL 
PROKESfllONAL 
"The House with » Reputation' 




I OST LADY S WRIBT WAT HI 

K.m. Ro«d or Oak Bay Ttvenue 



.39 



It> ward. 
-MALE. 

Answers to name of Pat E 74.'>8 



l^oen -MALE, BLACK AND WHITE IKXJ 



W'^OULD LADY SEEN TAKING CANE IN 
'* "iror. from Tt-rrv s, pleaae return 
same to Terry'.s'> Ri u ,, rt 



31 



MONEY TU LOAN 



A MORTGAGE LOAN CAN BE AR- 
,»» ranged by ui In any amount: repay- 
ments to suit. Bulldini loans a (peclalty 
Low Interest, quick decision*: modernte 
chartes. AUo Oomtnloo Heuslni Act leant 

P R BROWN * SONS. LTD 
11 13 B road Street Phone O 7171 

ANY REQUEST POR A MORTGAGE AP- 
preclaled Bee H C Holme*. Pember- 
ton * Son. Ltd.. 635 Port St O 8134 

T OANS - MORTGAGES.~AUTOMOBlUt 
••^ leans, infiuraiice. etc, H. W. Miller A 
Co.. 1310 Broad Street. 

r| ^WK i NO ~OF" ' BOILDIMOt ~ WE PI- 
A nance and save you co.t. our insur- 
ance rates are cheaper Dcmlnlon Hous- 
Int Act: private funda Immediate decision*, 
no delay. Brlna 'hi your plans BROWN 
BRO R, LTP ,. «U Ftai a e n a u B uit g tm 

MONEY TO LOaJi 
)jCl(KI " »1 500, «2.»00 AT 8 PER 

•u^""". crnt Improved properlv oiilv 
Larger amounts if required We wri'e 
auto and fire insurance. H U. Dalby & Co, 
Ltd., 634 View Street. Oppositt Spencer'.. 



I,'<HfK INhY)lt.MATION. fT.MININE HY- 
' '■■■T.f .society de Hyeenlque, 

113 H. !• .tt E 0774 after 5 pm. 

P^OR TUB BEST CHEAPER PERMANENT 
P hone E354* for p r I cea 

I I AVE YOUR OLD FURNITURE L6oK 
3 I new fi8\e It refinlahed at the Spray 

Shnr, llf><» Fort E 2421 

I FT U3 SEE TH<J«E SHADEs'sEPORE 
d .carding them It a never too late 
Window Shade ^hop. Bit Fort. 



33 BCSIWE38 D IBECTOBT 

FLOUR arRFACINO 



VL HARDWOOD hXOOR 
• Johnaon Free eetimatea 

INSl'RA.NCB 

Il^IRE. AUTO INSURANCE'^SirE LEE. 
___l!ta»er SLCo.. Ltd.. 1222 BroMl street. 

LfTMOORAFHT 



I'i n-.Mld 
( t 4 My 



II EN You ran buy tailored-to-meaaure 

rlfitif.. with js ,,vh on o'li ten-pay- 



.ta me. Tn 



pay- 

848 Johnson 



\ I A 11 I O O L D DAIRY - PREFERRED 
Ouern*cy-.teraey. milk. 



ine 88 



AlA.STERfl- HEALTH 

iiawert III riiialilv. 



a liiaf Indn 



Phone Keat- 



HHEAD HN.StlR- 
flavor and value 



MEN.q nurr.s pry cleaned aioj 
pre.^erl C ity Dye Works G 1631 

j>fX K OARDENS - Replannlnt. aarden- 
• a I t: dav, contract.* J Randall. E 4l3a 

^PK lAI, «)FTF:n ONF WFFK ONLY * 

^ Milf price. >nrp'M dc.i'ird beautifully 
C (r^otnthirn Co. 102S Cook 81 E 288I. 

1,' IKING WOOIJ.FN SHOP-Knitted SllitX 
' sere Morlea 1 031 Fort Phone O 1631 

ll ATFR DIVINER .TDilNO ENcTlTsH 
' •• rtiind every location cuaranteed to 
he on crown of sprlna. D A. Dovney. 

R M I) .Sid'ir, b (• 

ll'IU. BOAi :> AM, CARE POR YOUNO 
V ' child* airl preferred E 1573 



♦fUVAtE BTAHONERT 
Many Grade* of Good Quality 
Rotrpaper. and Envelope* far 

Your Selection 
Steel Die Stamplni. Ordinary and 

Ralaed Prlnflnt Processes 
Entcavlni and Copper PlaU Work 

THE Colo n 1 s t 
1311 Bread Street 



tlA HAIRDIQSSSEU AND 
BEAUTY SPBCIALIfiTS 



A 



M AMOW TTRSLL 
HArRDRUHIfO SPECIALtnTS 

4TH PI>OOR D SI'FNcnt. LTD 

'STREAMLINE- OOtPTURF. THE 
very latest sensation, or a chi-ci.i ' 
on the up* and ups idarlnii "P iiar and 
Spice" for the younr mlsa Pprrranent.« 
mu«t Be dona dlfTerently In the.e dav» of 
new hair M ,|!nii Ti e La France Beauty 
Salon keep* up to the minuta 727 Yatea 
0 7443 Mma lUltft prois Mr 'ICllea. 
halrciittm* 



■ i.i.h' 
I > 1 :. 



HIPS, .eiK >t'I.nH(.s REDUCED 
■•i»n Meihcid (i .1j78. ■ 



\*OI N(l MAN oo<ir> 

' «•! t>,' .-^ ,,»•. 

'"''^ " '• A1.1U..IMI r>- , 



APPI, .MI ASt I- 
■» 're Boi 



rt rtlMfRs AMI l>» t OS ATOB*^'^ 

V ' '■' ■ P«.r,tin«. paperint. work 
' '"'"tiates free O IStS. 

I^OCSE PAINTI!*0 ~~HND IMTBRfoil 
** decoratln*. guaranteed work E 1786 

MAINTINO. KALSOMININO - LOWEST 

' pr re« in e|t> p- ■ , , ; noin 

pAl.vriNti. PAPERHAN.ilNO. KALSO- 

' ■ -• O 18(19. o 31154 ' 

i 1 rERA-ftONS. BnT.nTNo" ^f^EPAIRS. 
rnonne_a^r-r:a;tv t T' lrkei; c 4815 

A LTERATlONa. llOlt8E-RAISlNG7"cON". 

^j^'*** fepair* o Reaao. O 76a8. 

I," K FOov.iMY IN 8UtU>IIIO~OII~'Ai^ 
■ '^'.: ,>vv rail li. Umaat. BNTI. 



i OPERATOR. SPECIAIJZINO IN MAR- 
* ' celint Bobette Betuty RakMr.- Room* 
"A." Campbell Ru.Miiig O 88.^2 

■pERMANENTfi, FACIALTt. • ffAtR TPrr- 
.1 Ins. eir at (In Hollywood Beauty 
Sliop. 617 Prrt rtrreer E 0442. 

S'PKCIAL TltEATME.VIS POr' RFJdOV^ 
'~ in» superfluoua hair Permanent*. 
Ivv » Hrauly Nook. 714 View Street E 8118. 

'I'HE HILDA BEAUTY SHOP HAVE NOW 
• mn\ert tn their new rhov. I'alf a block 
"vjtl. on New;inri A\»'nue ' F nTiJ 

t'lCTORLA BEAUTY PARU^RS CALL 
» Et815 for a tood penmanent Al! 
ekpericficed e perajera I2lt Broad StrfeL 

BFALtTY SPECIAl/l' " 
Keep your beauty co.*ts low by takin* 
advantaae of the Avalon Annes reduced 
p»lceH Toir »ttl ftTHnniffy 4»fiarnunlTre» 
to save, for the price of every kind of 
heauiv sid and ever* phase of beauty u 
\rrr teavonable 

N',> sppoiniment nerev«ar' come ;n gnr 
lime > o(j wl.ih 

AVAI.ON ANNEX 
Phone E052] |104 Doualaa Street 



•tsnrNERS 

I N.'^, I'm M.vu. ni. -.divn 

' ' • . odd ,'ob» Hour . 

.. . ^Mdall, lato 

Hotel K 483* 



prVTH- 



WEATBER •TBtrrrao 

PTACE METAL WEATHERSTRIrt"" 
W-eMan S"-d». Rnllmt Fl» ficreens 
r. . . t -^. B -J- 1^1, h. E »«8t 



11 UIUAIUUiW WANTBD- 
miALB 



/'OMPmnrr t^rtMntxEEPtR oi 

^~ Vf».< '^r, in r«r^' eiran eldetly 



or kuiirr 

>ai T64» 



Cn.or..»'. 



aaiialaataa 



eldetly eeupie 



23 



EDlTtATldNAL 



COACH— LATIN. MAlHENCAnCS. ENO 
li.h Frerch Misa E F Robert. 
I, L A Hi, lin.ond B 7844 mornings 

t-xi'FHi cfiACHiNO, French. Oermanl^ 
P! ir vh Mrs K. W Bladen. FhoBe, 

KOYAL Bl-«:NE.nS COI.LFOE - TKWM 
•tarU f»ept 6 0 6018 or ni* Oi»- 
ernmeol 8t f. r mr.irma 1 on ar,<l pro*, 
pectus E W Maur..ell Pr nc'ra; 

ST. MARGARET • BUSINESS SCUOOlI 
/uniar Hoate. M. Marearet't School 
kCi*a w O. MlUitan. principal. B3334. 



SPROTT-SHAW BUSXNHM IN BlllUT t 
— Cour*e*' Stenoarapbf. eecretarlaL 
romnerelal radtotolearapby. ^ O *^ : 2 

C4TAm>A10^'aCTIOO^~ STKNOORAPHT-^ 
i^SJ^^!^^ S^ MI«t^^O^D>clk^ 



IS 



DANCING 



r 7OT«^"*'"' Sardett. 



BALLROOM 
tea. 



UTHOGRAPHT 
Labels for E\erv Purpose In Any Design 

nr Cnlnr Crirr.hi ris I Inn 
C(>niimi,,«: w-rk U 1 1 ■ r i;r»il., Invoicea. 
Che'iue... Bond... I>ebenturea, .etc. 

Photo-Uto Map Work 

THE COL ON 1ST 

Lltho«r*phlni Depirtment 
1311 Broad Sin ' 



PVBUC STBNOGRAPHLB 

ETHEL SE-YMOUR. 167 caMIbTu. 
Buildin*. Doucla* Street Phonr 
G artien 2j25 Author*' manusi rtpta. law 
^gd |j«n *ral Strictly confldenUal. 



WA.N'TED TO Kt.NT— 
BUSCiUiANEOUS 



lOENT WANTS TO RENT 
deiJc room in modern office State 

Irxaiioii ai.d iirin> Bn "iSti. C.loi.i.t. 



ll'AN I 1.1) 
»' .i:.il U! 
U 1140 



5e ol phone, f, 



40 rOB SALB-rBOSCBLLANBOUS 



«aA 



ISLAND BUXLDINO BUFFLT OOMFANY- 
1 Every thlna m buUderr tuppllea B«I13 



ColoniM 



BVILQINO MATERIALS 

BUXLDINO BUI 
thina m ouUdei 
818 Port, corner Laitslay 

^IDNEY' SPEEDY ^SERVICE - When you 
1^ buy lumlu r Ironi us you can be as- 
sured of un :',!!!! tirade.. We al^o carry a 
complete alock of buildini materials 
Tune-tetted painu. spNEY LUMBER 
O 3S1S aU6 Government St. 

^UINGLES. HIGH GRADE iXXXXX<' 
a^ Daltlel Bo* Company O 1422 

'THE MtiuHK- WHl l'l I.Mi roN LUMBER i ninsi 
1 COMi'A.NY IJMIIED 

K>tahllshed 1BS3 
LAKOIb )i.l*.MHk^ — 
Lumber. Mlllwork. Gyproc, Maaonlt*. 
Insulex. Oypsun Wool Bhtnal**. Etc 

>) X*4 SIZED KIR SPtCIAL PRICE. 18 
Best values K\cru!;i:g frr nulldlnt" 
ni R A Green Lumber Co, Ltd 




most 
F(.ri Street 



w^ Suaaen oil burner, complete, iti 



GOOD RSCONSmONSD RANOES 
Good Modern Range, with tuaraateed 

oil burner Installed for 157 SO I 

Beaioii Hnnni- » .ih wairr front I 

Uood condi:,un t2S 00 I 

Uood-lAKikmg McClary Range, with 

water front 139 50 

Merit R:tiige. Willi toil 117 50 

BEf' 1 HE NEW COAST ' SAWDUST 
Bl'K.SLRti 1-iir Range or Furnace 
£o:Ji W.iti pur Kiill Cuaranteeiof 
Bati^(«fttiun 
(*e*ri H^'.iw 



* ^ASH— OLD GOLD ANTIQUE JEWELRY 
' Plata ate Uliheai prlcaa- Joaaph. 
Rose. Ltd . 1311 Ooualaa Sueet 

/ 'A.SH fX3R OLD BICYCLES OH I'AKIS 
' C .1 . SI. 1 » !ir ■ e I) 47 J J 

HIOHEtil C A.SH PRICES FOR OKI- 
cDiai art. p 'ueiain, Oronaea. etc. The 
Antiquary. 1214 Government Btrtat. Xa8i2 

I~r' TOU~w"X8H To DISPOSE "of ~»ODR 
furniture, 'etc . ant.uue or modern con- 
•«lt tr. We either buy outtiihi or »ei. Jor 
)ou. Fred Smith Al Co . Aui'tioneetj. 0 4913 

rpRADE -WILTON RCO. tat FOR 
1 beddlnt and aintle or double bed.* 

O 6485 . 

W'ANTED— SECOND-HAND EASY WASH- 
y * er, with *pia dryer. Boa 7564. Col- 

onut 

tt-ANTED^ 5-INCH SHIP'S^COMPARS 

'» mill BC Pilot. Vol 1 Photr* Bel' 



-JUMMf TO BKNf- 

tOontinued* 



on PER ltORTn.,«U:AN. QUIET. NSAR 
V*f lairn, -JCiicben privtlcfca. G 2.'.t0. 

i^^ . < aJw:vi,'irw«^. '.».- "^.^^ - - - ' 



PCmNUBEO 



A r ROSiSLAWN. Ull K'.HI- HOUSE- 
«a keepint'rms.. h c wjter at Bitot 



rrKACTlVELY 

' ihree ri 

I > n> - sm 

1 * ntrrer. 



AXraACTlVtLY hUvMMlED tVtO OR 
• » ihree room^ i . , n.r T mk(i 



> H> - BrtTINO - H. ■ 

11. 

Bh . H( \ . ^T: t' ,,|. 



'.I w I : M 



OF 
Oa» 



I ^OLC.MBIA 
' Broad - 



WANTED 
» » for cash 



.St 



E 0913 



OOOU USED FURNITURE 
Holland Bioa.. 733 Fort 



•Z^iA condition, complete with "water 
frtmrr C. J. McDowell. 1000 Dougla... 
E 4138. 



BEST CASH 



"y^^^^ STOVES WANTED 

Blurr E 1451. 



1 <riX MOFFAT GAS RANGE. IN PER- 
l.r»>0 feet condition 



4UX 



G 6404 
MISCFLLA.VtOr!" 



\ OUICLLI UUAL LIME. BY THE TON 
'1 or .ai k V. Gloria Umt Oa.. Faraon* 

Bridkf Belmont KK 

\ PPLE8~ORAVEH8TEIH AND DUCH- 
-a r.>. 12 Itn, 35c, lt»0 llaiilli<:ii .Si 

I >EL1 INCi - NEw'^AND USED l.h A I HFR 
1* and rubber belts. Widths lunii ; lo 
12 inches inrlUMxe Prices rr»..,)ii»ble 
Cap.lul Iran At Metals. Ltd , 1124-12 Store 
Street Phunr G 3434. 



HEAUTIEUI. SILVER KPBRONB. OIL 
painttnt*. concert hirp. Boa 7572, 




^ V AI IP CHAIR 383 W AL 



1 .)-POOT R^ 
" — • lall.e 01 
UHtf .Sea port 



irt 



A WOOD 

.'^.,,le 4 



41 POULTBT AND UVE8TOCK 



4tA 



FOl'LTBV AND SVrnJEJ 



I EGHORN 
Ij few R.I R 



PULLhTS. 
pullets 



APRIL HATCH 
1188 Un;u[, Am- 



HEAT^ Y VACUUM CLEANER AND AX- 
minsier carpet 'txlO ii. Phone e\e- 



" li PIECES 8x6. 4 fT LONCi .SO PIFCF8 
8 X 6. 3 ft long. A Spencer. R R 1, 
c o Colwood Service Station 

toB ri.oTHi\<;, n'R.s, shoes, itc. 

|,'«OK PALE LADYS HUnWN CAHACI'L 
' 1 ' 1 ■ E 3492 

ENGU8H COAT 1 BLACK'. 
Phone after f o'clock 



I ADYS 

1^ Ave dollar*, 
G 1568. 

«SD 



rPB WI T O« E 



A BAYING! 38% off Chesterfield Bulte* 
this month Repair*, recoverint Vic- 
toria Upholstery. ie3.s Douilas , n 7934 

i CHESTER FTELD& NEW TEKf.lS~DIHtCT 
V.' from the warehou.v! You save the 
overhead expense Can be aeen at Heaney 
Btorage Co oppoalte Courthouse 

/ 4AP1TOL MA Pl HE.S.S FACTORY, t Ds3S. 
' will l)ulld >oiir nifliiri's. to a luxurious 
•lirlnir-flllert 

I ..■'OR Ul ICK 
riie-tf-rfteld 



I'er'a: price. 110 



WINDOW OLASS 

lyiNDOW GLASfe RKPLACEO^AT 
' V Winrteat notice Auto ilasa replace<i 
while you wait Mellor Broe . Ltd. 
Broughton Street Phone Q 5021 

WOObT AKn COAL 



81» 



A BARGAIN— DRYLAND HI ICK BARK 
slabwood and dry inside blocks, never 
In salt water, ready for bascmenu all 
stove lengths, guaninteed all A 1 fir: 
13 cd : 2 cds .->.'> 60. InsldAiblocfc. 14: 3 cd.« 
111 50 Bone-dry yar*4^oodi 13.50 cd. 



Jotjn 'Wood Co , 3514 Douglas E 2741 



Old 



V SPECIAL ."AM . ( )^^ 
hat drv invdc fi- 1 



\lMJi- 

•I «,'h 

bark slab. 12-inrh. s 11.1 rai, • "i ■ m 1 
Water, ready lo burn, rca f% i ..^ 1 i i 
cd . 3 cds. -15 50, bone-dry, 13 50 crt mni- 
wood. 83 80 cd. Sooke Dry Weed XOmsanv: 
4.10 Burnstde Rnad E 8935 

\BAH'.A1N lilK SPLIT WOOD. ALSO 
h'-a'i b.-n l:ih, mixed Wllh blnr«v 
never \r »,•••■ all -Ir 1-cor.d lots, >(t SO, 
I' inr<!'. 14 ' ■(, '8 cord.. >18nii 

Al.n plar.cr < : ,1-. r!> drv . <4 00 per cord. 
I rord $: , H.;;, le-i fuel Co 0 3ni.i 

\BPFriAL^')VF wytK ONLY- fiuar- 
ahteiHl rnrrr.> - I ' i cd : bon* drv. 
4-ft . 14 50 cd . n ..f li :,.;ilis. green, 15.35; 
dry kindlitie. 14 75 cd.; minweod. 13 50 cd.. 
one or more cd lots. E 3*73. nitht. O 3404. 

ALL COOPER AGE WOOD A Ft'EL CO. 
Ltd.— Quality bone-dry atovewood. |; 
'» Cd Kinrlllrf. t1 SO cd Furnace art 
heater block.. 12 .mi cd In.ide block.., |3 so 
cd. Millwood, 12 50 cd 0 2341 O 8ini 

i BARGAIN-' MILUENDS, «1' t p-is. 
' a land slab and inside block. I3' B'>ne- 



dry wood. 14,50 



Dent s E 795(1 



HFjn- PI.ANER ENDS - KILN-DRIED. 
from Clifrnainu. Ouar No I fir and 
tinne dry, nn'hin* over 12 Inch: nothinc 
be'ier in town Special, 14 00 cd '» cd 
T 2'. Bone. drv slab. |3 50 ed. Hlneresi 
Fuel Co. O3015 I 



00 



I,"«OH IHl BEST CHEAPER PERMARBNT 
*• Phone E 2.^44 for prlcea 

TTARPER MLTHOD-flCIENTIPlC^BEAlN 

^^-J *!! -ia" L£i'i'-r *■ I r \ftY 4 FOOT COROWOOD IN 1-OORS 

earner Windtiff t na NtwuATTAve. »!ww--tri^^ IVVi 7^ j^e Pai^^??^ 



/ 40Rn« CEDAR, tl 50 KINDLING, fS 

' du' n- nd n sn r S'8', 

/ 'ORDW'i H d) _ f,r.r growth, 4-ft,~2'i 
^ cd' fll Drv alder, >'i Vfrn F 37(7? 

/ 'OOPFP A( .(■, WOOD. II 
' II .'V), .t',\ e« ,ind. 12 

UryLai^d' w6ou'"2"cDe',~i5 50?!' ciT 
13 00, heavy 'inhv per ed.. 1150 
Intlde blocks, cd , 14 00 hon«-dry alabwood. 
cd.. 13 7,S: Selkirk m.llwrod. 1 cd.. IJ^Jil, 
Shawnixan Douglas Fir Wood Co E 3814 



KINDI.INO. 

rf" r I>r33 



BONF DRY MIU.- 
heavy 



Son* o 3', 4l 817 Cormorahl Straal. 

I.'MPKKSa FttEL 
I -wm*. in.ide hlarki. -kindlma 
ha^k. *)»b« F M«4- 

r^lff^ nitADF Flit PAWDUST. 11 50 A 
ur.il Pho-e f "0',3^ 

MAI.AIIAT DRYIJ^ND SAWDUST. II 35 
per iir't. bii:k 80 .ark. 14 SO J E 
Pain'er A ^ons. 817 Cormerant St ' O 3541 

yOM FIR MILLWOOD. 12 50 CD fN 2- 
.7 rrt lo'. inMd* nr. 14.00 ed . *CTe*ned 
rr .awd I t. 13 00 UBIL Uaulnt Shaw 



F';r 



•d I t. 13 00 OBli 

f ' 8:4 



X'O 1 fll* MUa.WO<jD. 13 on CD. IN 3- 
ed lots rfTTland. 13.50 cd- 2-ed lou: 
4^ft .ish 13 Ml economy PueJ. G 4548 

SELKIRK wood' CO -NO~" I FIR PWH 
mli^ InsJde.' 2-7i. cd . 3 ed. 15 
bone-dry slab irit. in.lde. 2 cds, 17 00 m- 
ude b:k 14 rd heavy alas. IJ 50 cd O 5134 

s 



'I' VI ^^•:> riR »t 



.KIND- 
- F • 



|^.|-F r Ml r:Nr FFK fiNLY RONE DRY 
' '-' - !"lt..rnrd 0 8341 



I 'P-lSI-ANn, 12-INCH, FOR FURNACE 
tnd kitchen. 



8AI.E Pll.I,OW - ARM 
Id .et 'ne\er u.edi See 

H jiiiher Ba.rii,.-rit 'ill B.i -'ion Bireel, 
af irriioon O I"! 1 

Iffil SFHOU) FURNITI IIE Ty)R SALE 
' I ivirme O 7*68 

W 1 IFCE WA;.NUT DINING-ROOM 
. iite, eeat* in, flnest blue mohair: 175, 

E msn 

BK.S1 and RIGGEflT tTTOCK * 
of BFTTEH CI,A.«ia Used Purnitur* 

on the Island 
WILI,OWS, PLOWMAN CO 
70i Joliii.on Htreei 

Oldest Established In the Buslnesa 

W O. OYMOND FURNrrilRE COMPANY 

1417 BROAD STREET 
Attractive price, on bedr'>oin .uites. dlnln*- 
room suites, antique* and occasional plecea 
Come In. Impact aur *tockt Furnitur* 
bought for ra*h or *old on cenalthmeDl. 
Free delivery Phone E3B31 

A OOOD SELECTION OF USED 

FURNITURE 
Also Antiques— At Lowest Fritct 

D'-livcry Frer m C.tv 
lO.in.S J'LHNnt l(E 
1317 Brusd Street 1': one £ 8952 

OrnCB AM) HTOSE EUITPMENT 

IkCSKa CHAIRS. FILINO CABINETS. 
' etc., new and reconditioned Oltton- 
Hibbcn. Ltd., 1210 Gov't 8t O tltC 



40E 



Mr«llCAL INSntmKNTS 



100D PIlAf TICE PIANO 138. OR ANY 

' n 1 ■ •■r..i >,,'' ofTrr F 6!*!i'l 



G 6781, 

ELfi-- Al 

II pi<tP9KS Wat;t.aaiu ail Oart* fU 



nARREL£>-ALL KINDS ALL BRICES, lor 
a; 



lyARBER CHAIR. GOOD CONDITION. 
' » 180 Holiins, 41 Arcade Bid* E3153. 

BEAUTIFUL TIENTSIN" RUO isx 18 
feet Phone 0 2405, niominii. 



Oct our 
•11,1 m ft . 
711 View .SI 



/ lOtitEOBBOOK EXCHANOK Col.I.Hii: 
^ h:uh tumor high athoul new and u^ed 
t' y- iv..,ii;i aold. exchanted. . Phont 
h 1X 47 i-ort and PernWTiod 

i 4H1LD 8 canvas" -tent" IN SHAPE 'or 

^ house, with windows imp il fio 

.Mil la fliie linn St , olT Carev Road 

< 'I-OSINCi SALE, quaint" (ifFTS. '*12 
' Fort Small antt^aea and jetrelry 
tuKen in exchance 

/ ■(INDERB. »0c Yd , Clay, free Soli. Rock, 
^_ milnure, » 75 :i4t Kin** O 5584 

/CAMERA REPAIRS^ TRADES and KALtS 
V You 111.- k 8tudlo<i. 8bl Union Building 

/ mjMI'I ri.SCi STALES p-ROM 110 UP 
A ,1 W.)rlh. 711 P,indora A\e E70j1 

/ 'INDHtS, II 00 YD HOCK OR SOIU 
^ 12 00 yd. clay 75* yd E 8387 

I jtMONSTRATOR "electric WASHER 
3 ' •Mayt.-igi New guarantee Your 
chance to save. 738 'i Fort 

I iO vnur ro-T' need al'rniion'' 
a" pi..r-. Hoor (mints bmI 

H. ii tc-Andrew.', PBint>, Ltd 

L''A8Y ELECTRIC WASHER. SPIN DRY 

* ri'ii,-. .;Ke new. Half price. Taylor it 

Co ';.'! .. Fort 

1,''NUL1SH BABY BUOaY,'oOOD OON- 
ditlon. 17 00 G 4354 

I, 'NfiMHH PRAM, GOOD CONDITION, 

* ' >:ii 985 Cowichan SI 

L^OR RAI.E-A PtANO. IN EXCEUJtNT 

* condition, .1185 cash. Also other sr 
tides, includin* lante iith new aawrfii-i 
burner O 7375 

I/OUR USED ELECTRIC SEWING MA- 

* Chines Buy now and lav* money A E 

T.iMor A Co. 728' J Fort 

l.-'ltKlIDAIKE. IN EXCEUJCNT CONDI- 
■1 lion, must sell Immediately. What 
ofTrr.s'' X 2193 

I,'<oR SALE sj-r iiy'r aot.r clubs 
and bag > 18 a , 

l/OH SALE~HIOH SCHOOL AND OOL , 

I lege books O 6^10 ' 

^ J KAVENRTEIN 

t.iii 

KeaLin 

/ 1RANDPATHER CLOCK. TELLbT'dAY 
^'of month 144 Howt. 0 6036 

I I ATTRE8SES ' aND "roU. I ■ PS FROM 
■»'s 13 95 up, very comfortahlr 
.V llf' Ltd.. 470 Johnaon S' 

FW TWO-Pir.CE riHHINti 



BETTER RESULTS 

IILAN next *ea»on to tet your ehuks 
direct from a reliable poiiltry biacder. 
It Pay*. Ask My Customers. 
While lyCiilioin. Rhode L.land Red* 
Ne« Hanii>M iri. While W\andOtte* 
1>I Cros.'.es Kxw » find I.xH » 

FVilIrt. ffir Sale 
L F 80. ;\ \ .rv. Poullry Farm 

W i-s' !,o,:ni-. B C 

IIUUJTIS tJiOHORNS II. r7 ISLANDS 
I II 10 each U07 Shelbourne E 3a3.v 



KOOM.S PANDORA AT 

H 0 u se k f ci<Uii.^at-.ljiT.fmhed 



rooms O 2315 

/ 'ECIL liote.. 1 322 ff H tUSli a nT -St 



Room. 

• :th or without oath rea-ot sti.e rales. 



D nH'IlooM 



Miwi 14 



1,^1 RM.-^HE 
window 

business people: Alan double itragr CIow> 
III 1020 Yalea Street 

LtAlRKlELD Ml) I LI. OPl 
" Urge «e 



'■ f .1 ' , * 
t'rr 1.1 



CI IV liALLl 
u>on.i. I'.t.a.rteep- 
aifk • 



In* priv iene 

1,''l'M.MMit ; 

I AMES UW 

*' kitihflir: 1, 

I AH<1F Hid.. '11 rVKM.silH) RtxiM 



' • ill' > 1 .SS^■ 
• — — 

I ' 1 .,! , I. ; .1 oed-ntiing, 
-rii.i.e, l,u|.;a,r F )*;« 



*» SUllc- 

central K 
^rWO FCH.MSllH) l<i.x).Ms, 



1:1. Tin : 
I • ' ■ r ' 1 ' ■ , r , , 

oil' i _i :ilr.. (i 



tlhl iKoOUSt 

( r-atori 



I 8788-. 



\'ouK lu iiL. Johnson at dougla* 
1 Rrdroinu — ui-^j.».usekeepini ra ' 
from iJ 6(1 »er« o 0028 



4tiB 



t'NFI-ENISHFD 



I 'NU'RNlStlEIi m.isi N-,>, 
' Miitabl* lot iad> 



(i 7045 



qu.fi Li 



Phone 



SI HOVSEKKl l>l\(. KOOMS 
Il> KtM 



/1UFTON HOUhK-Llgi,i tio.ora. r; or 
(11 rnUheii rooms 13 



ooms IllU'i Broad k ViUi. 
MdDKKN. tt.tAN, UUIET, 

near car. n a.sunrtoie E 7482. 430 Oalla*. 

Fl R.MhHEO 



^t Al UUN 1 



8IA 



4JC 



CATTLE 



J,^RE8H OLERNStY HEIFER. MILKINO 
1 gallons Appiv H«id. 



eW MiR ae A »e iiu r 



Wordaworth ' i_ 



t 1 KlUMuHLhY tiU'l I rilRi-y. 
a iociii aparltiiciil. luri:*. 1. tiiri,,»,e 
and aatet- aiaa lar*» lMH,*Hiee|.ing rcTrr, 
J Clo.\e in E J.'T.i. 11., .Ill ri. ■ 

j ^CCO.MMODAnoN Fi)|( IOlU19'lS~ 



II K . t,t'epu)(, UattM. 



KS. 



],^OR SALE PURE JERSEY HElFt 
10 months L Ci«\. Okltleld Kimd 

i VLD OOWH AND HOH.SES NEEDEd" 
' ' 8 Lant. Colwood Belmont IIX. 

rPHREE GUERNSEY - JERSEY COWS^ 
■ averaging 3 tallon* each daily 



r A 



Meore. Lantford P O, Belmont 44X 

epWO FRESH COW8,~ JERSEY AND 
* Ayrshire F Hubbard E 086* 

11 'AlfrED-ONE OR TWO FRESH COWs" 
_ **"*' heavy producers Albion 04M 
9 GRADE JEIISFY8. FRESH " MAGUIRE. 
•« Bumslde Rtad, near OranvtUa.' No 
Sunday businr 



nab CoLUNtHiN 

"•:r.. ^ , , K < . 

'■:AII, ((..-S |;,„ 
1 , • > 1 ; 



I2n 



KHEEP 



I IA5<8 FOR SALE, CHEVIOT AND SUP- 
•* folks, 110 to 135 each Turner Csd- 



boro Bay 
ITE 



(;OATS 



\ T ' PENBYN, 1031 PAND.ilt\ Ui 
warm, furnished hiiu»rsr< i',ns i»<,iiik 

A T •'!-■« M.CLURE WELL-FltRNISHED 

^ a r.,ii:ii,', 

Vib CoLUNtHiN il.hAN. BINOLI 

A 

1 " •■: 1^ I llNISHEn^OR UN 
' * '"'I slici m; m , , 1 . „ , „ St reel 

I FED. sit . gaii, luriiai . 
-s * null . all in< lud.-d 1,,, 

/ IIXAN. QL'irr II K u , 
^ town, iiiiiii M 1, 00: 11141 

MFOK 1 AIIL 

room au:t< in4U Pand' : 



M Ml l ARK. 
1.1 1 Cook 



.riinii. Ill 
• 'd\ F 348S 



iiA.S NEAR 
Ormond E 1II.S3 

(■•OMFOKIAIIIJ KixjM. C.\h j-hh |. 
room Suit,- inau i*„r.r(,.. . i , "i 



\'OUNO OOAT MILKING ONE OAI, 
, 3 Ion, 110 Phone Colaulll 85Q. Brown, 
OM West Road 

4'F ^ DOOS 

I|<>08 
' tra 



i •OMFORIAHLE II «J I! « t K I t P I N O 
I ootii , all conv. iiifni e» 441 Vancouver 

~ I.M KNISHFI) ItOUSyJtEEPINU 
s ,,„| r,„„„ reniral. Oak .Bay 



rck.on.ible I 8(17(1 



SUITE 
Juaeiion 



OF ALL RINDS BOARDED, 
insportatlon provided Pet do«.. a 
specialty Country home Rales on bppI,- 
ratlon BllUtt, Albert Head Belmont 1 y 



•68 



I/UHNI.SMH. I((M ,.Mi4. it. It and 110 

■ IUIn,i>iK| |(o,id 

K-«CltMSHEU HOUSEKEKPIKO MOOMa 
a Flats, cabins, la mu up IU.lt lli.l.ide 



IIIOIIIAND LOIKIB LAROE HOt.M 
* • kitchenette, fine view every con- 
M II. line tarat*: 
I'liiiiori 



very reasonable. 1318 



1 kOOS BOARDED BY ANIMAL LOVEH,s I 

■3' Day. week, m^mil, Individual rare ill'* »'>o,\l ..n > Sl> tUutH. CU) 
iy'i'il"' recommendation. Happy Kennels : ' ' ' ' " rnun man 



I'lum.. 2c lb 
1 n> I . 



APPLES 

Brin./ >',i,i 

R V r>,,ii,! .I.' I „ 



P F A H ^ 

i i A o I . , . . . : 
. 1 Fo.d I Ea>l, 



E 2053 

|,'«On SALE TWO SPRINGER SPANIEL 
* pupp..'.. iwa month* old. retistered 
2421 iJnudati 

l,''OR SALeT SCOTCH TERRIER FUP- 
■ Pies Phone E aaOl 

\llt8 BAYLEY S PHIZE - WINNINO 
wire-haired Terrier pupplti for aale 
645 Johnson Street 

pARHOT PPFCIAI,~ONF WEEK ONLY, 
I ^(.'llll( NfcKican green parrots, 115 
each L'anarlet fin. he> c l uoMinn .. oa,.- 
tamri. Food and ..upplir,. lomjiiric l.ne.. 
for all pets Bird ra«f> ail col<irs larve 
sitry from 12 Oarden urnainenu. 7V 
each Pet Shop, 1412 Douila*. O 5721 

i jt ALITY BOSTONS, MALE AND FE- 
' • 11 lie-., aire champion. Carry On Plaah 

': I.«dv pen a flS'ielitir of chani- 
I'« r o;iaiit\ M' I or r e- i,(,(iderice .in. 

Kiluiary Kennels, 285 81sl Ave. 
Vancot^vcr. 



LOSE ' 

01 



CATS 



i J')OD HOME WANTED F»)R 
' ' f p«/t-Per.ian kitten, n.,,,. 



y .IflI.e 
(. 4M.' 



HI- M I I 
I «' 4 

'(K-D HOME WANTED Ff*R PRri I V 



KXfcU'l.Nd KUUMS. NfAH BFA. 
I'Mik: 644 Battery U 8808 

I JOtJHFKEEPINd R<X)M« Hil( nv9(. 
* a ne^<mell pear Hudson . Bat 0*705 
t AROF nKIOIII Ft RNISHED HOUSE- 
keep I <• ro. in near Hudson * Bay. 741 
Herald HIreet ». 0210 



ENZIE8 ST 
Ini room a 

SMTTHntVl t. 



MENZIE8 ST - BRIOHl HOI'flFKFH' 
Ini rooma. nrar t., „ • d r. 



111; Mf MKl, 
0 :<iioi 



^ • ' > WEIJ. . FItRNIWHElj 
ouaekerpiria room with open fire- 



I'ltKe «n trotind ffoor AI«o «M,all Tur 
iii-hed room, auttable for du-i,,.. 
E 9.>43 



*irl 



Oik MOiriHLV Biiirl 

•Irfr la, 



• rt* bed . 111; 



loom, ca*. alM 

■l M.. (i, 903 Cook. 



V-FW TWO-Pir.CE F 
• ' r. I ; also hird ■ itsr 



ST EINWAtJ-lANO tMKDIUM SIZE, UP- I 
ritht 1, imahoaany: eycclltnt condition 
CentU'y Aft* Shop, eorntr Government 
and Yates. 



JPLEN0IB(- MAMon At RISCH 
Pt •■ f F 8988. 



C4PLENOIB- 
for aalj 



*op 



Ar 

F 8! 
RADIO 



PIANO 



T-'OR itAU 
s Electric 

1937 rillod^t. 



n«.I>IO, 1837. 6-TUBE. 

312 



A SNAP 



AUt—REAL BAROAIN, OENF.RAL 
TWHo. short and Ions wave, 

.., perfect rondi'ior fo-i I'.o, 

»2'( Apply P- ■< n? f„ ■'.■ri Hn'el 



.e'l fi-l Apply p.- ■< n? f- 
1 .m 4 pm. 

^.^ AD W won RIRF 



fit 



Hd 



WF FK (jIt MONTH 
ilre<t tiinen 
(rta Aaroaaon'a, 1328 Government G 4722 

tSH Nt-RREBT aTOTR. Ft.ANTS Vtc 

/ 'HOICE rURYSAMFIFM: MS . 
' sell Lupina. ihr 3«H4 Cedar H 

•OH BICTCLfS AM> MOTORCYCLFa 

I^ICYf l.E.H. 113 50 TO 111 7', BALLOON- 
• lire hlcyrle*. |2»-U New and used 
bicycle- «n r.r ra.\ irrtr.t Expert bicycle 
-reratTs a:; a .rK 1 ,a -niT : Aaronaon s 
1328 Ci-iverr.rr< lit H;r/'' fl4722 

irklfTBTBUTORS FOR C C M PFJl- 
L" fecU' Raleigh and Paraton tjlrycles 
Sold on easy termsTb suit every individual 
We invite you to ln.M>ect- our stock of 
new machines, toaether with many rebuilt 
model*.- P*den Rroa..- Ltd.. 1410 Ooaala* 
Phone O Mill ^ 



I' 

► nr P 



OR 



DOt BI.r BAR C r M 
-».*rati>. 7i;4 .fsrg. 



|,'f)F( s ;.F KMiTJSH MOTORCYCLE, 
I u ,v. , 4.. fiffy Cheap lor ctah. 



ar.n (iome r W F "jqi 



8a: I 



tal|. 

HTCYCLE.~'lN 
Phone fl 4tt8 

NDfAV sr .' ; AHIFI.^Ot-R.rYLIN- 
rter 'S-h or 'errn. I9J2 84 Ann 
Street n 3546 

'^EW AND USED RUYrtjF mp 
-v vhOOl nrtfnint P.^a"i:.«|-,> <r,rr., a' 

!nw as 15 down and t' i'< 4)*/ weex F ft 
Harris Al Co. (Ltd. 71* Ppr' Street. ne«i 
to Sav s Exr>ert'-e»rniir. Phone O 7*74 



r-OR 
*■ tr 

I 



H(JD AND 
« .1 h ^l and C> 8 i4f 

I IRACIICALLY NEW ■> P1K( E WALNI"! 

• bedroom .uite i»r> beaoiifiil •,. . i, ,t 
mirror., .com lUio. for j80 Al.o B ■ " 
Kiio-i ledge, ,20 lolumr-. for »2n m i e ;,,- 
ronrtiHon 1773 Ro'-. Stteri 

IlKINTINO and Rubber SUmpa Sweeney'- 
McCotinell. 1013 Lantley St O 3413 

ROLLS RAZORB.~t3'78!^ •UITCAmS, 2« 
Inch. 11.80; eniiterr aompa***a 14 75 

watrh compa»|ie«. 13 28; pocket Aneorid 
barometer I13.S0; atop watch. 18 75: 
prismatic and power tiastes, 117.50; field 
al.is.ra. 18 75: blcyria pedals niW, I8e: 
mudguards, new. 39c. Dunlop outer tires. 

II 10 inner lutiea 60c. boy s bicycle, tit 75 
tiit;ii:ar carrier.. 50c: wid* handle bars 
tl J' -a 'lo tiibea 75c. .pectacle.. to • il- 

• 12 75 Aerrynarm'a. WFoje-ne 
I '':<:. 1 tr8 Oovernment Street O 477.- 

AtrrrAW^ 3«-10 "wmCHEBTER 



lorloiw.l.ell kitten 0 3181 



MISCELLANEOra 



i:x 



f «U>VER or Timothy Ha>. lio rt.i 
' o*l» 130 Kea'ing 74X W r> M - . 

1/RFMH CrjW, BOAR PH. TWo VEAK.S 
' old > and a number nf yount pig* 
Phone Belmont 39U 

,U> rows OR HORfFJt pop FOX 
Arhuckle. Siclir Cro.»road. 
Keatina 75M 



1 1 '*(J "'^<-I-'JR«-LiaHT HOU-rKBBF- 
1 i m4I room*; tood dlurl£l. doaa in, 

1 (M nJifOttt^BHtOnr. FltllNISHED 
•"I"hk room*, all found reasonable 

7(1 

Ria 



. , RLANHHARn 
t H -W 11 



Rr IK 1 rtniih,» rooms, 
«iwi"i lo,^ uiif iirni'hed 



FTRNWOfiD AND MtRT CLEAN, 
•luiei Hi' I , - w,,|, or oith.. 



I'NFI RMSHI II 



I' 



' ' feed 

Raai.,' I, ton 

^ALE ONE ENSIIJtGE CUTTER 110, 
and one hav riiaSer, 838. Fhone 

Mcculloch. 44R Sldnej 

^TOCK BiCnOLE WANTED MtHT B 
in toed condilloo tnd cheap for caat 

r. 3 -,97 

V'INOEr" CANARIES E .S80a 



F 
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IyFAT. n« 



^■'<.\P PHI Nf,-; ,3r 
• , ■ rr- f-r,r,.Hor,: 



i.p Fll : NO CON- 
nirf, Ro'aJ, off 



(•NDF;RWCX)D TYPFWftlTTR "1 OH 
trrt 17 montli 102 Cen'ral B.ildiiiF 

P^RTABIE tVPFWPITFF* PPrriAL 

It'F ARF OFFFRINO A LIMITED NI M. 
'V ttrr nt 8tand*rd -Remington Portable, 
at a special price of |37 80 eash or 138 50 
on terms, 13 ca«.h and 1I monthlv Phone 
'ir wri'e fnr fi;] particular. A«k for a 
few rtsv< 'rial and tie convinced thin la 
*h* msehtiie - vni, Kave been walling for 

F»FM7VOTOH RAND, LTD 
■>:■ Cor"' - , Ph^e O ««tt 



IFAT F<1R 8AI F (35 
turner Ca<lb<»r« Rev 



PFP 70N 



AV'V 

1»-ANIED I'SFD WF.SIFRN SADDLE 
f oi l'«r , II i« 7830. Coloni.t 

il'HEAT AND WHEAT AND VETCH FOR 
.:J aale j Hanncu ae Tel Ke>tmt .77X 

11 'ANTED OIJ( Cr»W8 AND UORMW 
» ' t'-r (o> f>rd PI, one F 7248 

Y'OCNO nFF(KMH,'PF AND 'YORK8HIRE 
■s p,g. eiih- n.d Piione ETOlIt 

4Y BOON AliTD BOABO 



t HOME CLOflE TO PORT, WAJJUNO 
d "snre to schools and' town, for. 
iinunu. ' water, tood m»als. trraae 
I.M7 r oldnsrhor Read E 4583 



■■>"'" E 1*73 



I ■ 'i : r Ml IMF 
ton 1 II nous 



MB- 

hot 



»».» A VAFFK, ri..HI IN ( (.FAN Of|rf 
*r«. .Id re-,|<.. t,,h > , y,,,, (^^^%^ 

a 3 



lOl'.SEKI I l lNf. R( 
\\ \M HI 



•171^ I Ml KMslll rt 

11 'ANTED iC. , Aini.rpi 

' ' U' fiirii:^! < -1 i.„ , , , 
o rnildreii : I/, I a- 
'' B,0» 7t.18, f' oion 



1' fiirii:^ 
w),er^ I 

in' I i. 
L - 



THREE 

'oiiet houa* 
" '-'er 11180 



n FLAT* AND APAVTm^fi 

TP 



A PARTMFNT, FURNISHED, TW-^i AWD 
^* t rr. r-jorhs. from 114 50 to |7J. 
f;o»« 10 Hieh School. 1251 Pandora Phone 
owrjer r 3S4* 



n (( Ai-rr, y 



able I 



NICI-.LV FURNISHED 
f riy. clean and comfort* 

.i,die ■■ E t2l 



MFNT '.'NFIRNIRHED 
I e» f oon > : ' heat, 



s a T I ■'.'ft < 
»■ » »,,.■■ 
«; 1 !■ ' — I , 

\^ .'U /J<;LULAJ» Al'Ali I MkWTS-^ 

*\ St: " ■, I .I'.i-'.ed <i.:te f.,, . ■ F 44ia. 

*7 MoNriM-^r *(.-, \i,fiT\ _ rt:R-'. 

' ■•'el '"It' ail rriodein eor, venlencea. 



NED-ACnoN j 
teed tn.xAah. I 
leas w^ar Priced 1 



F 1' 



11. 1' « II rrt 



3 Z's cd 12-iriftt dry 
O K Fuel Co . O 2452 



CP ISI.AND SlJtB. 13-ln ROD- 

W lod Co A'r'ia St O 



S4 PROFESSIONAL DIKKCTORV 



nimOFRACTORR 



JOHN M St irdy reti.iered and licensed 
;^^^ehir^r ac<nr^j(>8 Utnon B ld^^j ^gy 

cotORio niaraATioN 

INTERNAL BA"rhlNO. MASMAOE. PTFAM 
baths 507 Campbe.] B;d» E 2721 
COLONPATWIC . myjITUTE 



MABSA€Mr 



AT cry*t»i G*rdei>— TurkitB and llvtaiaB 
stetai b*th*: Sw*dl*h B>a«*ate. E 3U3. 

Maa, BARKOV MASAEUSK VAPOR 
batha. ehiropodut 335^ Jgg|^jy^ 



;( IIOnL CPFNINO ]<i not yah A\^ AY 
W.',T 1,0*— a<o;-1 l(,e r,,.(, at '1 >-.r,oe 
your k.dd.e. ^ b.ryr'.e r, fnr »■ -'•>.! 
row ^ Pri^e. f-ir 'OTi'rV'e n-. ' • a , • . ' ■. 
fr^in fj.ofl. 13 ^0 to 13 50 pur'. re-|i,.it>d 
• re extra Robinaon a. 1336 Broad Street, 
oppo.ite Colonist 



osnoFAmo PVTiieum 



--— - TlR VRRNON 8. TATT/5R. 

- ART KW I I jW UtAY OYS- 1 t»Ted ar,d ll-er.ed 4'M-7-f 



Mr. aad Mra, 



VRRNON 8. 

i- i^»d ar,d I' 
•alMlM. FhOM E aiplre I8U. 



MOU- 



OET RBAOT FOR SCHOOL 

NEW BTCYCLBB 
All Makes 

I MOONDrrTONED 
: BICYCLES 

Terms as Low as 
Is SO Down, II » Per Week 

OVtRHAUtB AND REFAIWI 
Immed!^ Service 

WE CALL AND DCUVBR 

- All Maehinea 8o4d 
At! Work Dofte 
OUAIUNTEM 

FHONE O 7*34 
B n RARIUS Al CO LTD 
Nett Uf Ray i 
T88 FORT STREET 



U-l : .(oHOI'.SF CT'SHIO? 
eier-ric washers Ouaran 
rlbthai* i.l)*iiM ami am, less t 
frtm 184 50 EtsT term*' ' McLennen, 
McFeei, % Pr or 1400 OoTtmsieal street 
O 1 1 1 1 

li'* OVFRHAtrL VACUUM CLEANER.S 
' ' It. will p»y you to 
put 'in *ood runnin* 

FLErTRIr CO . ILTD 751 Yalei 0 1713 

'iii'i n;': ;t'-it o-rT >tAiii. BY I f .A*" 
.•»"«> r- II . It- -, \Art» O 30f/l 

\< .o:r. 



AT lOIt CAFtPH-.HY OARDtDt'S. AUTO- 
'S rra'ie water l,eal:ng Phont 0 3*40 

V'fil MAL wrui4E,NT8 TWO LARGE 
'ftifi - aiBgie beds iram*. every con- 



very con. 

nee 'en minuter walk Refertneea 



VICE MFALJt OOOD BEDA 
sMe rrire dose In E 4431 



RBARON- 



4438 

will pay you to hsve-rtjtmmi'F c , ( )^*^ ''-^^ PAR AND BEA~WBli, 

rder MttppHY r,ri,..f,»<j room* 0 1181 



MRIVATK HOM* CAN ACOOMMODATF 
i . two arh/»l«iei. pigrjn.-TT'Wne rrlvlieeei^ 



UflFT H'-.ME. SUITABLE 
t ' ■ r 'oi. p and elderly 



Waf.on t > pe enai c 
ture Itarkmrn' V' . 

rtr' I '»* r r, p ,r ,-: :),■ a; ii ' 

>• » < W Efl-I I N ' .HOI •^E^'WEFRIo'eR A - 

•-—•»! .or 1171 four-year lutrtntee 
io8'Fa.y washer,' isa: Mn*ll pitiM. 1118. 

O • .'44 

ai WIFKLT FLACFS N^'w El.ECTRIC 
I » j-i;er in your home Ta>:or « Ce. 



nr ^.of.| < 
4. <»ei^lr 



« BUSI- 

ir~DSS84' 

AND BOARD FOR '/Ot.'Nrj 
h 'il^et. hoBM. c.oae to 
Apply 3*40 OtMworih Road, after 



■flO'^M AND BOARD IN PRIVATE RCMEl 

3 8 r-a'/w- ah,' y 

-erilF OROVE - »** SAIfK ET.. ,<Mta' 
I A rettfiji gpnt half ^ay betweaa city 
ard Oak Bay Witb er aitbewt aMata: 

rea.onahle , ' 



AT 140 cmctn 

s or ptlJ 



TRANSIENT 



A IlrftA ICANSIONS-^PUHN OR UNPUR- 
nished eicellrntly arrvicao E 0841 

AN rXCEPTirA(ALLV Nit E NEIV APT* 
h w. hea|ii,» 145 842 Rockland G 51*4 

A FURMMMED HVK RrxiM rrUplJ^x' 
'* near Oak Rav High School O 2310 



A ■ITRACTI'.'F r</i P. AND FIVE-R/JOM 
swtt e. privs'/- ha-'i 417 Rimeiv 

OEMmORrjt r.Ft APA*t PMFVT^ ',e. 

« » f .ure Ht e-, *..„,..■,> i,,,, 
spartmer.- I'.-iaininr f »e r- 
ranse refn.eia'or Ap(,|y 8, 
pror. F 3143 or F 7174 ~* 



t.ed 

< > 'II 



/ 4LOSI IN FUHNISHEII EfftP LOVELY 

■ r^ . ' ^ f ' ,.y * '••> App:, 4ar*- 

leker, 1141 Fort n-r.e- y (,,3» 

in. rufr.ls'.ed Ra;oy MaftMon* ti ttn 
/ «H'<K F Uround-Floor Aparimer > -,eif 
^ ,«.».' on Apply I44t fl' .f r 'I'.It 

jaOH'HFJnER APAIirMFv - ^K ( At' 

3 ' Bpa'I'jua five ror, ■ »[,» -. . ,|). 

e1»''-i' PLotie B 7721 oc r7:':4 lor par- 

t .:.r» 



-1 938 lJ\W3 Maci^crnr .Ul.f.*y-H..i Umao ' 1 4 1 v HAPRIBrjW — MOBLLENT 1 I/: HMf 

I TyeTlardw.r. Cr, . L'd , 544 Ys'e. I H> .„«,m ,,.r nm 7fc.h«rt! Tic I ' r . 

'or a Coliete r i"": • ■ 

4i ROOm A.SD BOARO W IMKII | ' 



41 WANTED— .MISCELLANEOl'S 



44'i 



F»A1 - TMRSa 
»ri«e. 118 ladaitaij 



A LL OOOD PRICES PAID FOR RAO« 

• % BOTTLES. TOOIJ!, r'HNlTURE 
STOVES. PLATED WAf.E. PIPF.8 AffY 
fHiNO C8EFT.-L CAIX E Ot'- r 0**31 
'tCALL ANTWHERE. RIOHT AWAY. TOWN 

OR cot:ntry 



IJOARD AND ROOM PrjR Oy. llXM.s 
r- .'e r«r.-i,:y r r^t ifi. PkirAaid dis- 

• • : ' H- I "1 cn:or ,.i 

IlRIVATB HOME 
» rxMn lisin bed- 



LARGE BRirtHT 
.t tW4 blislne.a 

t« 

o-" 



A CTHOPIZED 8 C nr, O L B O O K 8 fN , p^,^;. „ „„„,a ' „;;; — 

r\ good c^4;r.«». sought for r.,h A „c«|lw)t board Palrf,el4 BM 7-r 

» • rr.'e pad Dl*gr,n.H;t>'>er, t4d . 
Pn-e-r B'-'.K nea-efg. !J'^ OoTerrrre'it 

.H-.„. p- or, o ||,«4 

1^ REPUTATION FOR PAYINO WrCTtt - 



•■■<• ''Nrt'KwiaHro VA- 
P.'teMirit. *it XMilaa Rear 
at.d beacF 

itNiFiiiD n.AT nrAfnn wf. 

P' 'It ' fu '(074 



i,'o' H B/y>u MM i i r v it ^-mr^ 

3 merit 122 Qiwito StiS*!. |2I 



U AVIFD ROOM AWD BOARD Ff>S *, 
ftionth« for lifbt 



STOTEa AWV RANGE* 



•*»— *«^--i«i--^a«x..^6iUA .-ifloiAv- v-r--"— 
-l e. r r- • ira _ot aartbiai loa w:«K _ 

W« tall sarvherd aay 




F- efKin, c I) N 



1RBA^R RANGE. TILE BACK STrEl i 
tip waterfront. «f»r m o m e'ef. ii* vt I 11'*.*'' 
Carter t Btava Siara, m Pan M. g UU, j « > aaod 



O 4T',3 



ROOMI TO KBVT 



Pf .MISM" V 7 v|.r-A-»rTFP 

taodtro. cfitap f«r catB FhOB« O WN 



/ kXPORO BOUBB. 748 ^* FarVr Ho«*et*ep- 
IBS HBB. mMk nJ*«^ O^IM 



a R o 

B »r.i 



HARRCXJATE A 
F.r.t vscan<-y 

IAMF«I BAY NEAR FtFA' H ' AR ART) 

'•'»• f'>'>'T.T'""Tan, watar 

X»fa» 'm'E.MOrjM AFAR _ 
' «hfufal*h.d A»»Iy t|f UMtB 

Bue. E M5t 

%f AN'.o. ■ ' - r,,. 'tr-riTliiion'- 
raasc oVtn " ''• '■• "'o terttae. 




THE DAILY COLQmSt^VICT 



21. n.^s 




AJMart tor Bus y Read eys— Pr operty4oii S» le or Trade 

contianad) 



TO OUT-OF-TOWN 



SUBSCRIBERS 

Out^ town iubscribefi 
to «n?,v»«r •cK/«ftiS«fr*/ tj m wti.c/^ 
only tht telfphont rvrrbrf '^^ 
•dv«rti|« B grv«n, m*» ^nal the.- 
r«pli« to T>i* Co4orM»». •nd Tht 
Colonial wil c anwwjn toH id> 
10 iht vlMrtlav. 



M FLATt AND AFAKTJfflWTi 

TO EENT 

VriCg MOOSKH APARTMCNTt FOR 
r»« by d»T. •wn o' "^onth '2?.*^ 

TWO norjMED St.ITf.. CLKAN 



o i *' HOW* BTBMT - roUR.IIOOMTO 
^4") liou»» b»»»ment. _furn»o«. ctrM*: 

llnolfuni. Dlliids. |J5. O _ 

-.1- AUMIRALB ROAD i-ROOM COT- 
!-•) t».«. h.ndy to ■•"»«*» 
Ai r > I P McConnell. PembmonBldr 

57 WAN TED TO ««ld~«OPt M 

/ .OTrAOf . KSOPalAltK FORKMMD 
t or unrurniah«4. UUtt Unuitt. Bos 

coioni«^ 

ll'ANTBJ — TK« U8T1NOB OP TOUR 
houMS. fl«ti »nfl »Pir ni»ht». Our 
r#rii«l d«P«»tin»nl n-iiiiui w»!tint. 

Prompt atMBtkOB liven to kll U*11M». 
Otortt IUn«»U, ItN OoWlM Ik aJHl' 



tOonttoyd) 

MATKNUI. MOTOR COI4FAMT 

O. llMMlrtltinnii 



A 1 



rt'RMSRCD 



Fully r»- 



KORD TUUOR MODEL A 
Good tirrt «i d patni 
ir."han; »l cAndttlOB . • 

rORD rORIXJR 

Mew pAlBt Md ^WBk* UfM. 

eendltloiMd lad. •■•nuiUM. 
Onljr two Tttri'old 

poRD D« iMxm oovn 

With rumble »«tl ll» top R * O con 

looking for IT' 

ESSEX SEDAN 
Wonderful coodlllon »nd •»»• c»f »p- 
p««r»nM. Pulljr rMsaadltle»«d i;*795 



ADtOMOBILBl 

• OoBtM »Wd» 

BUICK rTAXDARO WUM — 
T»o ne« UfM. r«e«u» •»«- 
1130 E2M». • 



h» uled 

liT^f IB SOBd eOBdlUOB. 

frii Rtr»«l . 



■•r 
4Miy imn 



CHRySLER IMPERIAL COUPE- 
Uret. motor 



A 1. iih: I 



tl KZCRANGE-EEAL ItTATI 

tCosticued* 

HOU«L 

RMcnwoed An.. 4m ^m«UM lkou>r 
lood di»trtct. m wnM Mil- >«> 

Colon; «t 



P^XCHAIKW KZ-ROOMKD 



I,' I T 1 Y MODE] 
Hiiy *»trt1r 



MODERN BUNOAX^. UllA. 

ont ooad kMch. flv* 
W', . insider trad* part 
r K H.iti. R.MD. I. Cobble 



rrv«>T DODOt 1%'rcm TRUCK. VAM 
• body tm. OBMmr ■WTie* 



Stition O 3011 



-I (k.Mi .DLRANT COACH -ENOINE RE- 
l«'»t7 bored In iplcndld ronditiun 



»n<1 'I'll' ' 



fijrn»r» h»»t.n«. iiifi' »nd 



K 1. 



U 'ANTED — BKENTWOOlJ. POK BEP- 
tembar. houa« «>U three or rour bed- 
JlajJiJO. Coionlit 



and ttiarastaad, lor «nip.. 

/ 1 0OD tacMMt-buid Mr rUla. 
' J iBiutlad tor 



r25 



KOBEDAU: MANfJit IBia 



H AVE CLIENT lOOKlHO FOB »*o3eRN 
MX or leven-roomad derrtllna. Will 

U L A I) t< A I 

ur.r i: ^ lil.cl , t 
B r o 11 n »t 



137 50 Phone Eliil« B Rlchardk, 



lit (.r.«'or, l.irproo!. d^y. »'ek or mo 
T»'ducea raiea; tranMnu. O 0<M« m Vatea 



S<EACROrr— VICTORIA* MOST BEAU- 
^ tllul i«a-vlew apartment U5I11. Pur- 
niihfd and unfuriiUhed vacancy . 

S" "UPERIOR^IN rVERV WAI— HEW--*' 
room duplfx »p»rtn-.enti haatad. 
Jumfy Bar; |3'I ci arden 1431 




All Cara HM M>d Up Hava a SU-Month 
Quaraataa on tb* Battary 

Bring Thi» Ad ^nh You and On 110 
Credit on Any o( The»e Car* 

NATIONAL MOTOR COMPANY. LTD 



(175. Phone T tm. 



CHKVIIOLrr COACH — GOOD 
eondllMni tut. Pboca BMM or 



v.m 

10*21 LUXE DOOOB BBDAN— IN 

l«'»Vl rirsi clars rondltlon. t3M. ■ S»13 

Mi'*" V-« KORX) SEDAN— OONE ^4.000 
1 •'•»•> milei Mult be lold; t1*5. O USO. 
or 728 Hiiiaide ATtaua. 



iri*>4 H9D0ON DB LUkE SEDAN 
J»'»>t ulte new itM Armour* 0« 



qu.et H K R . double or iingle. O OO^t 



BEVERLY liailCL 
Mast Door to Everythint IB Town 
734 Yate* Street 
rrHE HOLIDAY f?KA30N IS WITH VB 
1 aiatn. It planning lo sii«nd • p«ii 
or aU of your holiday* In Victoria, it » 1 
b* a pleaaura to reserve a nicely-fun ^ i • ! 
room, or light hou««keepln« room if > 
•Itid. Alway* open to IJ JO midnight rr.t 
Btvarly la a homa away fro m noma. 

JAMM A. ORIFPITB 
Owntr tBd Mbbw« . FbcM O mt 

"rrWE OEOROIAN." »1S MOBS ST . 135 
X and I4». Pour r'>om.i. unfurnuhed. 
open fireplace. Prlgldalra. Medarn la every 
retprrt Occupancy 
on premlaaa. B St40. 



colonlat^ 

pour' OR nVI -ROOM 

houni- (lerf about 110 ar IW • month 

E 4734 ■ 



ANTED 



«1 

K 

ri'llK 



SLMMkU Rt SORTS 



U,MAI.U OfEST rttSUBE. MTU. BAT.. 
ANCHORAOE. MAYNE WLAMD- 

i'>m» cooking. uBllmitad fraah IriUt 
vmrtable*. comfortable baoir not 

'1 r . III. .Ill water moal roooui Un- 
i<»'hing, tlahlfW, (OU. PHooe 

. Hi i-older. 



Johnson 
DOE 



0«r- 

n 6434 

8 ' -EXCBIXBNT CON- 



mrnt 

Hill. 

L-^OUR-ROOMED BUNGALOW. NEAR JL- 
" bllee Ho»p;t«l »)•(: basement, o; ti 
fireplace, furnace taraiir. for flvr or v x 
roAmed bungalo* In Oak B«y Will pay 
difference In c»»n Bon 7490 Colonml 
.)-:-ACRE PARM.'COWICHAN DISTRICT. 
— »:x-room modern cottage other out- 
building* family orchard. Would conaider , 
houa* at fair valuation tn B«rt trada: 
^alanc* arranied P P. HlBta, .RJIJ>. I, 
Cobbia Rill. B.C. 



ITIGH 
xl acre 



.> ACRSB; T-ROOtt BUtfOAIiOW. CE- 



V2 



rifar 'itlf. for lo'n' or Income 
properly. Oak Bay or dly Marshall. , Proa- 
pect Lofcw PO ' 



■ ■omw roB 

<OBMRMd> 

t v AK -«*»-A bOVBLT ««W HOME OP 
^ ' nva rooaaa. baaamaat. furnace, etc. 
Very attraeHv* deaun. eomplat* with 
e\erT modem feature. lhcludin« Winda 
Ind flxturaa. Choice location luat north 
uf Wtadaor Road. n<M>0. ^ 
IGH AND SECLUDED— TfO and half 
ri »'.ih c.oderii n>e-room stucco 
bungalow (like nrw large Uv.r.g-room. 
baaement. lurnace. etc This 1* a very 
attracme property. i..cel> ntuated about 
flttffn r.iiiute* irom town Price, includ- 
ir.i 1 ^1. irr.v I4.0O0. 

U'AlJiING UlSTANCE-WcU-bullt homa 
of alx rooma, thrt* bedroomt, base- 
ment, etc. This homa has baen well built 
»:.d cared for Nicely ailuatad near 

*.:...« aid car ModeraU taxes. IJ,740. 
i.'<»gt;iM ALT— Compact four-room bun- 
4-i- aalow with two bodrooau. aita p^tch. 
tame Hoi-wata(-4u»tiac. ■»mUt-Iq( 

quick sale. tl.«00 

SAAMCll f';\c-rooni ttucCO bunfblOW 
and about one a. r<> In gardaa. fnilta. 
larasti ate. Owner. i>-«..:.k oOora bargain 
for 13.350. 

A 8 MllOXR 
1308 Ulanshard S Empire 0631 



7t 



BOCSEit rOB SALE 



• » asB 



614 cOTTAOEi ARB CAM FtlTEl 

VAIUABLE ALU 



IS. CORDOVA— T*0 
, ,um%. dii.'lK iie», light, waur 1 1*U 



A 

\l < ADBORO BAY, furnlahed collage*. 
i...ui.e«eeping rooma. wk.. mo.. E B785 

iSoRIX^'VA HAY CHOIC'E BEACH KRONT 



BEOO MOTUU CO. LIIJ 
LOW PRICEO -VUK) CAR ^PEtIAL« ' 

l»3« DURANT S»T"l 

SEDAN nPI" 

1S30 PORO ' ft*)*!!! 

1827 ERSKINE 7^ 

SEDAN WX I 

1»37 PAIGE «1 S"* 

COACH .>..v I» E 

UJ-7 WILLYS jtl '>"» 

KNIGHT V-La-" 

1028 NASH ftV'^"* 

SEDAN 

1931 PORI) 

COACH 

1930 WHIPPET 

COUPE 

Every car In good condition and ready 
to go Many more m ' ' from 
BEOO MOTOR CU . LTD 
111 Yataa BUaat Ml Yatoa Btraat 

O 1144 



•|QO* cutmAlm TouRwo. ooob> 

Lt'^f runniac erdar and rabbor 



IM 



E 5411. 



1 <k.l7 DOOOR BEDAN OC 
If'Ml 1116 P' r ' r 4.8 



GOOD 8HAPB: 



WA.MTED 



$145 



TODOR MANOR. 10S5 KAIRMELD ROAD 
Living -room bedroom, dinette, kltch- 

rar lr, ha't.K^rn >^.f H t . I tT W. Ttll| » « WJga 

rjM:t or K 7)74 

Vrwo AND IHREE-ROpM BUITBB - 
J Light, neat Included. 8cot» AparV 

nients Ci (i3."J 

rnwo-HooM fuhnibhed suite on 
I baach. Appir to Mr*. Batt* nw 
Roaa Street. 

mHBEE R<"'M NEW APARTMENT ALL 

.i.vfoiences t33 Four rooms, 
oet E 2311 



a ni'"- 
134. M.', 



rpHRKIt-llfoM 

I Yuu fl'rrr; 121 E 1311 



NEW APARTMBNT. 1437 



/ 'I 



fl^VVf) IKjOM SUITE - NICELY FUR 
iMied. 735 Vanooinfr fltrrf 

M(>l A.NIJ COLli 
13 1149 (ii..n' 



f?li..'.li 



furnished, llcht. watei 
Colqulti 97XO._ 

liHM/R-fKHJM COTTAOE, NIAH SEA 
r furnished, hot and cold water electric 
lui - no per month. BooUe Harbor House. 

Bf>oki-- ^ , 

auEar hov«p mill bay 



Kor a luirt. les'lul roliday nothing 



KlLMAI.i; 
Kor a ._ 

better Good b»acli. »,'*imm:nii flstuna or 
tennis, if you wish u ^ 

AKkivaxje - sandv bkach cosy 

cotuiea. Harrison's Be*< h f amn 
AI T8PRTNO ISLAND- FURNISHED 
^ coitaiie. private hathlng; frea boat. 
Braaoii. $40 Cmsley 8'.o*e Lodga. Beavar 

Point. B C 

It 'ANTED, 'near BF.A( H CORDOVA 
» T Bay, early paK 8epif>..oT i ire. clean, 
furnished cottage, Reaarn «i rent. Care- 
ful tenant- H ■■ ' , 



1917 OLDHOBHiB 
SEDAN 

nn jiK ROTO— — 

S W a a* m* ^ 

SEDAN , 

1938 Y09.T% 

SEDAN 



$1250 

:fl075 



SEDAN 

lJ3.i KORU 

SEDAN . . 



$1050 
$61)5 

$625 



EST CASH PRICE FOR YbOR CAR 'AT 
mpre.^s Sale*. t«0 Yataa O 3113 ^ 

1A8H PGR YOUR CAR FOR tWRECKINO. 
* - Cameron Bros 1340 Cralgflo wer E «4»» - 

ANTED IMMEDIATELY— UOHT CAR. 

net eldar tbaa iHt. (or oaab. Bos 
(Ml. Colonlat. — 



87 BOATS AND LAUNCHES 

HRKiUS Jk VTRATTON alr-cooled motors 
foi economy and dependability Ship 
C.'.ai.d.rrt i UcUuade > i - Ltd.. 1214 Wharf 

/ iu;j KISHINO BOAT— IN GOOD CONUI- 
' tion. Cheap tor eaah. Bos 7414 

ColoiilM 
ri LINK EH 



Bt II.T COPPER KA8TENKD 



VTTRACTIVE FOt'R ROOM BUNOALOW 
-Go<id I'x-stioi: vinoria Wast; baa* 



It You Are l>iokm» for m.r' hlna 
••JUST A LITTLE UETTER'^ 
Than tha Averasf Pr ^ >r;>. Wa SlMgest 
You rii.t. 
NEW SEA VIEW HOME 
EAUTIPULLY SITUATED on Maine 

Drive, affording an unobatructcd \ ■••'>■ 
of tha sea froen practically every roopi i' 
the houte. Stucco dwelling, Just recn.tly 
completed and containing such modern 
features as all-copper plumbing, Monrl 
metal hot waur lank; aalactad hardtsood 
floora throughout texeept kiuh^n) latest 
style bathroom fixtures <color»di iili-d 
sink: all plate glass windows outer walls 
Insulated against heal and cold efficient 
hot water system, etc 

Appointment to view and further partic- 
ulars from 



OAK BAY. rruCOO. MODERN BUNOA- MO 
love, five rooms and sunroom— ' Hard- 
wood floora In liviiui looins and lial. Tiled 
arcpUce and -sink Hoi-«aUr l><;»t Kaces 
11 

-''^ 

14.500. Alfred Catmlchari A; C" Ltd . 1216 
Broad Street -Real Eslaie and in mra iut- 

",JAiNICH~- FOR SAM rivr UfMDM 
bungalow, on Dati " s 



PKOfLKlY KOK SALE 
iContlniMd) 

a"^ ery' cHoiaTiior'iT the oorge 

> Owner aelling cKBSP-^BoK^l. Colonial 
IT'ATERrRONT PROPKR'TlBa, MILL 
\> Bay. F F Higga. R M.P 1, CobbU H ill 

BRENTWOOD BA^f 
1 ACRE. ;0'> FT WATERFRONTAOE. I- 

„.,m , •■ •...f --v. .-. •»! 900 

1 ACHE. c;o»c 10 »aterlront »*00 

BUILOINO LOTS eloa* I* aatar tf^ 

4-ROOMBO OCTTAQB. oa«-thlrd — asiir. 



TAX-SALE 



OOBPOBATIOM TOWWUNr 
-B«aVUIA|.T 



DA Via rbaCty 

313 Say.«wird Bid! Ptiooe E tdll 

aoB ^ (ii^y P^OPCBTY 

I/IVK-HOOM COlTAOt FURNISHED 
I three-piece bath, pantry, baaemeni,' 
garaae. woodshed, nice lot. fruii tree&, 
amaU fiuits. cloa* ta< aUaat car and 
achool Price ti.loo oaab. Ttw ovaar. 

Box 7692. Colonist 

I soK SALE — LOVBLY WATERFRONT 
1' lot on Hollywood Crescent, with good 
\iew. for I5W. Pbon* O TQU. 



OTICE Is hereby g»ri. i. • 
of al: properties oei which ti-.e 



I *x Bala 

1«)« 

tises remain ui i'ald will ba held ai t'a 
Municipal Ha.:. Esquimau, at 10 AM. 
Sauiraay. Bapwrnbor 10, 1»M All cheque* 
tendered lo payment at d<UB4U«nt wsaa 

muat ba carttlied 

O H. PUU-i-N tJ 



LAND RElilSTBY, ACT ' — 
Maeliaa !«• 



BAAIOCa 

l,->OR QUICK~PALE - TWO LOTS OFP 
I Cook Stret' Saai.rh' I2:s Write 
Box I48p, Co.i'ia.-; . 
- J . ; ^ 



. M in 
c h.. ..' 11 i..juae». 
Boa ItSA Col- 



SWINBRTON * CO., UMITBD 
(30 Broughtolf St. 



1) 



IKECT FROM oWNER ALMOST NEW 



OTHERS FROM IM UP 

OAVIB-DRAKB MOTORB. LTD. 
Buiek and OldMBOkUo Oara-O M.O. Tmeka 
Duneaa — Ptort Bliraol al Quadra. Vietorta- 



65 



Al 1()M()BILE.S 



rpuHtK-Rooi^ sun t. m<j 
1. water. Ihree-plere h i' (. « 

I 'NFURNISHEO' DUPLXX-POIIR ROOM 
' flat hoi »«ier haatlB*. baseman'.. 

garage li . I'ldiiiii water. »15 close in 
Apply 2418 d' .ern.Tient 

\tnLL SUB - IJiT WELL - rtlRNISHEn 
V» four-room apartment, close in Box 
ItU. C»lent*t. 

•t'-WOOM FURNI8HBD APARTMBNT FOR 
•) rent. Esquimau. I».M. inelodlM water 

r. S972. evenings 

4 ROOM n nNIRHri> FI.AT. ADOLT8 
Phone 11 « riri .; •« ^ 

MOUNT EDWARDS 

IMM Vaacativar It. (Oemar Rockland Ave > 

Ollbart Hasaall, Mir. 
Phona E4933 

M BOUSES TO BENT 



11)31 



CHEVH01.L-: mUCKi 1910 FBD- 
eral logguw tr,i. k laio Dodne 2- 
lon truck Part.' for n:: u.^K'" <>t i»rs and 
trucks, hydraulic hoi-ts large and small 
truck m'ltnrs c.arke s Auto * Truck Parts. 
931 View rttreel. I'hnne E 8041. 



asA 



rUB SALS 



5« 



A REAL BARGAIN- 1928 MODEL 
small Wlllys-Knuht t'.'ir door sedun 



1934 



fORO COUPB— SPLENDTD 



t-oii Ssaiuclitoii Hay 

K-SEA.SON BARGAIN 22 FT 
..■er Ui.i);i. 122") In nt,^l- 
rl««s condii'.oii ihrouuhoul At thi.s price 
t.^,. 1. ... --'-■-"—'* I 



lots of extras. ILkii J ,. «i ,■. * ..i;.i 
lot and plenty of oaks. Low tsx'- Pti e 
!3.000, with half cash. Box 7644. Coioni-I 



sold, thrte hits, fruii tret 
Uiw tasas. Prtca $1,900. 

01 J 1 it 

"(^NAP "pgr "man WITH SCHOOL-AGE 
^ ch.ldran- Cottage, aii ropms, plastered, 
bath, hoi and cold water, close to both 
school.s Fruit trees, large larden. len. ed. 
Price 1900. half ca.sh Box 7881. tWoniM 

rpo NEW HOME BUYERS— HERE IS A 
1 saving of 1740 in purchaac of five- 
room mtideriustlc stucco buiwalow. 43( 
Nortlicott A\eiiu<' in beautiful Burlctth 
Park. All modern conveniences and flnr.>t 
quality constnn ; on iliroun nout Price 
11,360; term*. Bmpit* Realty. 1U08 Broad 

~ WO~WnaS~ONLYrMU»r''BE BOLD. 

Ooria. four- room modern bunaalow. 
13.300 or noaraat effar. A. V. Otnt. baUdrr. 

E 7949 

riMlKEETobM FURNISHED COTTAC.E 

i tor aala or rent. Cordova Bay. B 0039 



T 



EEP COVB — MUDEHN HIl.C-l ii Bt N- 



t,'ND-OP 
^ ,1 



invitad Oak Bay Boat Houac 



A' 



L^OR RENT «IX ROOM COTTA'Jr. 
r cloaa to stores and ferry. Brent isood 
Phona BMM. 



PVBNIBBBO 



I.-^IOHT ROOMS. TWO BATHB. OIL AND 
i electric Stoves, fully fttra>^.*d; »»»; 
Alfred Csrmlehaei * Ca. LuL. »!• Broad 

Hlli't _ 

I .su t ; i M /U.T~BU NO ALOW, ~FURN I S H H ) 
, I J live rooms, furnace, garaae. in auod 
nalahborhood. Voor_laaat. B T37I. ' 

AN IDEAL HOMB NEAR OOROB 

1/IVE ROOMS, FITRNISHED ATTRAC- 
. lively Living-rooni dining-room, kit- 
chen, two bedrooms and three-nleee mod- 
ern bath. House situated on two lots with 
aaraaa Borne decorating to ba done lor 
reliable tenant. Street car and bus seivi. r 
Immediate 

poasession it 

Par Piir'her Pir-ir ilar. Hrr 
{ ; »« H Ilisl on 
BISHOP A WORlHINU-l'.N I, ID 
,-,;« Y«te„ Hirrn ri.oni 1- JJ41 



We have never had a car mth a quieter 
motor All complete w.i,, I ■ 'i.ce for the 
beat buy of the month a' ti'i W. Frank 
Cameron Auto Psru. 953 View Street 
Phone J:M33 

LL BARGAINS 1937 MODEL T 
coupe, two new tire^. body In nice 
condition. Ili-enved. 13^ 1929 Durant coune, 
wire wheel*. ,I new 'ire.s. rumble seal, U- 
,-e;"<f1 IISS t.'-ed tire-, all .sires Par's 
I iri' i'iri Hrov , 1340 Crm»flo«er E « ,9S 

a U BIZE.S USED TIKr,3 IN STOCK, 
.A lowest prices Reds fiervu:e btstion 

AHGAIN FOR CASH "(927 CHEVRO- 
irt tourlna, good condition. Phona 

ti 7971 

1HEVROLET SEDAN I IKES FAIR. MO- 
tor goi.il >h*p» .Mi*,' St tiO^ E9570. 

E BOrO .^EDAN. Ili3a UIVELY CON 



ti 

( 



I> 
1) 



dlllon i.riM«'<-lv »VMi E 2914 

OOOl', loiKlMl 



RF.'I-NTI.Y nVFR 



dltton throufhout. 

Machanically correct 

CHBVROLrr MASTXR DE LUXk 
COACll— IB •vary raapoct a* new 
This car has baoB fl»o« a»ory 

cara. Only drl»fB T.iM ■»»0i '^^^ 

Many OUiaki 



1937 



TMOB. PLZMLBV. LTD. 
BatablUhad im 
lOiO'Tatai Btrtat 



onn 



EVINRUDB-ELTO OUTBOAROB. S&l OP 
R. Aylmcr. at Jonaa Broa., Ltd« Yatei 
Btraat. Alae Laiuon air-e oolad ■otora 

SAIX^aAiBBDrbaOB CROIBBR JN 
-T first-claaa condition .alt throuah. 
Owner foreotf to aall. Bttwarl. OowtaBan 

Ray 

1,S0K SALE - 193H ELTO PAL OUT 
board motor Ideal for fishing. Bu.x 
T613. OolonUt. 

"iL"«OR 8AL|l-^7'^rOaT ■TI»bVlTH~Di 
r Brito motor. Cheap. Ai Oak Bay 

Boa.ti.uu^e 

N'fW nOO Hl'NABOlT Tr?OI.I>l PKK- 
' fpclly. sacrihce. Newman. Bnanlcliton. 

U'A^TED ■ CABIN HLU.. 18 TO 20 
feet must be in good cc^ndltion Ap- 
ply Box 7309. Coloiilst 

\\'AntFi>-^outBo^o. ab"out~2 h~p^ 
*v cash. Boi 7M(. Colanlsl. 

»m-FXX>T LAUNCH WITH TWO - CYL^ 
inder engine rerenlly Installed also 
17 foot hull, clinker built Apply Oak Bsy 
Hoathouse 

dl>1 |/| BUYS 31-rr. SLOOP. GOOD AS 
^l-tU new i«.ft sailboat 



I'iry. 40O feet secluded bead. saraae 
:.-u.-. treeh 18.000 Kelsey 

I.-^XUi ISriE FIVE -ROOM BUNGALOW. 
* ^'^rf pg r t ti t P am ia W. 



couple Nice lawns, shrubbery, tenead, 
narase s i'.utnatic oil fuM.a(*«i b inds, fix- 
tures and linoleum 0«nrr would con- 
sider ^ume trade Box 7448. Colonist 

Mum KUU.M.i, JAMES BAY. BALE OR 



,fi8 attrr 8 30 o m 



140 



190. 
1 



13-ft. 



hauled, A 1 ahape 2531 Rose Street 



trOR RENT, AT BLK LAKE SIX -ROOM 
r biinsalow, fumaca. fireplaces, erenric 
wafer supply, larat*. Apply N. C. Oldfleld. 
Elk Lake 

l,^IVE - ROOM BTOCCO" BUNGALOW. 
F fully furniahtd. PftlrtlaM district 
Phone Bll»7_ 

F~ URNX8HBD SIX KiXjM RUNOAI/^jW 
part or all al August. Phona B 0«3(. 

H" " AMPWtTRi 'road, oak bay «1X- 
room furnuiied hntioalow. elartrle 
ranae garage fm m ^ ns per mnnih 
Pemherlon A Son. I'd. aas Fori 8» Phone 
O II J4 

.» RfKJMBD fl'KNl«>HEl> HOUSE FOR 
•» rent, 
O 18*8 



pUPTBBN CARB TO CLEAR 

TOUR MONBT WILL BUT MORB 
DURIMO TIDB MOmm AT TUB 

vnrri'AL avto balbb 

•33 Johnson .Street i^oao d M4t 

Walk Obo- Black and Bava 



|^ORI> V-8 TWO-TON Ttf 
1 lent condllion. late nio»>; >''"' cr 
«ith spprwilmaieht 1,304 cords of wood and 
c'l i.pinent, I1.30O. Apply lOll Blanshard, 

O .032 

1/OR SAli—PONTI AC "coach". IN EX- 



POUR-VTAR BPBOIALI 

OLDSMOBILE FIVE-PA58- 
engAviedsn — This car needs 
no apologies Finish and upholstery 
perfect A leiisn.e Mx cyllnder molnr 
with lots of p<.wer Super hydraulic 
brakes. IC.nee- »c tion front wh eels, giv- 
ing a floating ride. CouBTf-UtTTOh 
ahock abaorbers, and many other up- 
to-the-roinuta featuraa, too numaiaua 
to mention Very good tlraa. It looka 
Ilka a brand-new car. Ba garo la aaa 
It at thla prica 



$695 



'T^B MOTOR HOUBB 
921 Yataa— B 1733 If 1 Tata*— E 1101 
Open Bvenlngg 



JAMB80N MOTORB' PERBOWAUtT ■«• 

DOR.'tltD USEp CARS ' 
Wr Keep ij'jr i; id Csrs Properly 



reire.l offer 



o ins. 

1*28 FORD SEDAN 



NEW 



■IM in HAl K 

I r it.iier and naint Phone E 33M be- 
tween I and 6 Ch»ap for r« i 



Ml 



ised Inrt'X)rs 



75 BL.'-INKSS OPPORTLMTIES 



4 FIRhl CLASS CAFB. doing a vary large 
■i\ husintM for aal*. No phoua QOH/WI 

inKyrnuitioii . , . ^^.IFlFw 

|(|-R(.X5,M HCjL'St. ntted into lii''>";iU| 
I suites On ti-rms ^>)•I^HJ 

Jl I HOOM HOCSk 2 bi.'him <t«)*;"Crt 
" 'lo.v-in Pti.'- ■•eiiiis nr— U«IU 

^ROCERY-CONKtCTIONERV, large Uv- 

rant 

CROBB A OOMPAMT 
IM Ooe-t Bt. «B«MmiiI Itonao) B Mil 

/^NYBR8-WIU}BRB~cb. BKot Ull 

v> ton Straat, tha only tir n m Vktuna 
specln'lrlrc In the sale of f • • 

I UjNl'-XCTIONrR Y AND I.; .ii; I I -.1 H 
^ close in, low rent, IMA 436 Bayward 
Building. 

boNPBCTlONBRY STORE. 
"As Is • 1043 Yafes glre-t 



^52500 



crrr 



1 i • - 1 k THIS IS A REAL GOOD BUY 
nri"'J'' in a four-room bungalow with 

cement ba^enicul Vou »oald not 
•«.e to spend s cent on this home 

<k 1 ~»< U i THREE-ROOM. PULLY- 

•?1.)UU turniahed coltaae. larta lot. 
nose to aaa. Reason abla taseg. All 

ready lo walk riaht into 



DOWN PATMBNT. BALANCE ON 

"JU rental terms, buys a large two- 
room home aith good cement hnse- 
n. ' Three good lots and ttTiUk 
'reea. Pull priqa . 
««tln~ll PRICB OP A POUR- 

OlU. )W room bungalow aad ^ree- 
Kuiirters acre of gardaa. With fruit 
trees, berries, etc. ' 
«1 fl7\ A POUR-ROOM HOME 

^ir>l«l and half acre of garden. U\- 
!n«-rooni. open fireplace two bed- 
rooms,, kitilirn Slid t:iiee-piei-e batli- 
roum. Basement and furnace 
dk.)i /s|i— NORTH QUADRA DISTRICT 
•!r_l^r\/ A foQr-room bungalow, situ- 
ated Just oft Norii) Quadra Street. 
Ill Saaiiich Full cement baioawnl. 
Cl'iod lot ai'h liuit iriTs 
hAANlCH R£ALTY COMPANY 
Specialists In Saanich Properties ' 
l&M Quadra SUaat - Phana B MOl 

OP-ISLAS'D 



IN TMB MATTBttCM' •tBOUIblON (a OT 
SIBCRBAM.LOT U. VICTUBIA CITB 

ItROOP oavini baaa fUed U> my dinaa 
of the loss of Ceitificata of litla'No. 

7J00-C to tl.r abo\e-,u<;.iiOiiril land. m 
tht i.amt o.' Eluabeth Jaua P«i>. oc, and 
beariiw dale the l4th day of Nu\emb.cr. 
1901,-1 l.ereby give iiuttcc ol my inieiuibo, 
at tAa aapiraiww o4 ana ealaudar moniJ) 
from the first publication hereof, to taauo 
to Eliaabeth Jane Peuer>eii, loinuiiv f.iia- 
beth Jane l'**coe. a Dupluaie cei «ia 
of Abeoluta Tiue in Ueu of sucii lost cer4k- 
licale 

— Wny pel son hating sny infoimallon Willi 
reference to sucli lo i ceitiluate of Tula 
requested )io coQimiyjiicaia j wiin tha 

iin4M..iiM!>*', 

- ~— T dav'oi Jtrrv laaar^t 

Ulfice. Viciuiia. tiiitikh 



latetr ti,i» 38 
Land Reaiatiy 
coluaibia. 



K. U MACDUNALO. 

Daputy .JMsiairMi 
Victoria Land Regtstratltn Dtatnelt 



/"tHOICB HOMBS WATERPt^ONT tAUU 

l> laada Mill Bay and ftcteity o 
Frayu. IIU Bay. f X 



n 



PBOKBTT WANTED 



$SoO fair 



$2750 



ES«L1.MALT MINICIPALITY 

1/Ol'R ROOM BtMlALOW HAVING ALL 
conveniences Basement rcn.en'rti 
Yearly taxes only til Why i 
Cloaa to sea, 1 > t\i \ 

Only 'Tl-.)" 

NORTH QUADRA 

SPBCIAL— NOW 

A REAL OIFT 

\'ERY ATTRACTIVE H'X'M 
atueco bungalow, consisiii,i< <>f isrge 
reception room with open firei.ure two 
comfortable bedrooms, ucil-lighied kttchn. 
hasint bullt-ln feature^ three-piece b«tii- 
room Huh hssenicn' s.irsgr faxes onlj 
»25 Property nicely treed Onr-'iurd of 
an acre Fsriv rossesAinn Rensoriable 
terms • 

JUST OFF RICHMOND AVENUE AND 
PORT OTREET 

Reduced Prom II 250 



$1500 



$S75 



|,s<<t H HrV).'^l DWELLING CONSISTING 
<>! iiiiiiK room, kitchen and two bed- 
rooms, bathroom Very reasonable term^ 
1450 cash balance h^ mortgage. 

PERNWOOD DISTRICT 
ONLY 

$1,500 

I^IVB-ROOM "COTTAOE. CXaNBUJ-TlNG 
Of Uvmg-room dmiiis-room. kitchen 
and t»o bedrooms. three-iJiere hath' ■ n 
open flrepirtce. basrment Larse ami 
fruits Properly 40x 231 High ele\ ,i ; .'.n. 
Imall chicken house. Early possession. 



condition Close to street car 
Laria lot who ,n r at roar. Ttma 

GOKCiE 

.^ RtAI. aoao KIVE-ROOM 
home with basement and fur- 
nace. Oloao to tranaportattea. Low 
taxes. Terms 

OAK BAY 

JV| — — WILL BUY A li<Xjl> 1-XDUR 
I l«l room bungalow with basement 
situatad . in the best pan of Oak 
Bay. Only oqe block from sea. Low 
usaa. Terms. 

SAANICH 
I-H3UR ROOM BUNOALOW WITH 
■araae. l«rgc lot. Tasaa 111 
Why pay ren'-- 



^MALL FARM ABOUT tWO OR THRtE 
^ acres, suitable for chirkens Must be 
close in Also t»'i or ihrei- srres water- 
front »ithln ten rr If i.rrli M.in«, Bate 
ii. Cg . Lul.- tmi Full Si. Ptuuu E 7134 

W^ILL PAY CASH FOR LOT IN FAIR- 

tiald dlatrwt. Btata aiaa, looatloo and 
price. No acenu. Boi 7M1. Colonlat. 

U 'ANT TO BI Y A LOtTn 0AK~BAY. 
cheap for cash O 4357 



rr ACRES 
• ' atream. 
letter. 



(APPROXIMA I rl.Y' WITH 
State full partlculara Brst 
Bos fU4. OatoBlat. 



12 



ACBEAGE FOB SALE 



WATERFRONTAGE 



Ae have soma eJkUa iiit-s • «i.ir lou 
in our new aubdivuion. These lots are 

nicely treed, have biasi.ev and com- 

n-..ii.il spltndid Mr» eiun'iii N 
ha.iiin-: «; end ol \Si'i ^aa: ; h • 
Price liom 
each 



$300 to S550 

VIEW ROYAL 



§9200 



A 



nsi ii iTF nirr ten acrbs. choice 



JS;s50 



T HADK-M 

noon FiM.H'.'M HUNOAMW 
>, 1 .■ . T ■ 1, ■ ' . St 1 .1 large lot 
1 ., . -nr'" This homa com 
i: :« a "H- Mew Low tasea. Owner 

V Ii Tiiif for citj proptrty, 

HAVE A VlAfTINO U8T OP PEO- 
sre wiliink to trade. Why 
n',i '«;: us and make arrangemeni,s 
I" wew some nf thesa properties. 
Yo'i are undar no oMlsatioR Vhat- 
•ne\er 

GEORGE RANDALL 
1303 'QoUglaa Straat Phone G 724t 



xyy. 1 

V » pli 



balance mostly light timber, considerable 
patrh of logans and rasps Oomforisble 
fo'ir KHiin iijil«ge. close to tilgh and urade 
schoiils. tuK' nelshborhood, and the piue, 
11,500, I* simply unapproachable in such 
suburban properly. A real home property 
from which a living can ba made. Sole 
aaeiil, T. P McConncll. 

BARGAIN ONE ACHE ' TWO Mll.r.S 
from cllv centre Good flve-room 
b'lnvsloa- new furnace, rhickon boiiaes. 
g,ii,i.r Rich land. Price ll.dM. B&hy 
trrms Box 7571, Colonlat 

EA fnPUL PROPERTY ~ll ~KCRMi>. 
wlinle or part All good level land, 
overlooking golf links on Island llixhwa\. 
twenty minutes from city Also Deep Cove, 
1ft'., ai'res Splendid properties Owner 
|j Obed Avenue E 40(7. 



Ne« 5- room modern stucco bunsMi.,» 
u.iii .1 acre about four milea Irum 
ViLiuiia Lovely waterfioutaae. with 
view of aaa and mountains B« <n';ii 
lurnace. gai,ik>' anU 
veniancas. Reducad 
to 

OAK BAY 

HH\e a look ai «4V M <ti:il Jot Avenue 
the s»iftr«; little a-tooiii n >"!rrn ^lu^^o 
bunsslo* 111 Oak Bav s n. sM ndus ve 
part. '» acre garden, imi! tre > etc 
Short walk to beach Kor SundH> ap 

Bwntaani itiffnc aiim. CA>flfl 

Prica raducad to ..TTW^mWW 

Trrma 

We sperlalixe In Oak Bay 
»l»ei «rd pii'-es. 

Arthur E. NaynM, Ltd. 

7ts Foa-l» ITREBT 

lleara Pbaiiia fl 1 



A 



Sffii 
Raa 



lAOK SALE - 
P »400 cash 

imT 

trslly utiiatert Fiilly-equlpt'.- : tr hrn 
and shop The very best elienteli No in- 
formation bv phone Alfred Carini(',sel 8; 
Co . Ltd . 1311 Broad St. Real Estate. 



I1IJ7 



I^'SOK SALE 19 
coupe. V-l w 



heels. $375 1447 Ta.ii.tnii 



ault baehalot of aldarly coupla. 



MB 



ItNFT'RVIiaBD 



Ml OOWICHAN ST.-l-roona bun- 
galow, baaement 130 00 

1740 CORONATION AVB.-I rooms. 

hardwood Boor 37 »ft 

1917 HAMPSHIRE ROAD— • roomk . 35 00 

NBWPORT AVE. -IP roogaa. auta- 

matic hoi watar haattas -. M M 

PEMBERTON A BON, ITXJr. • 

SiS yVri street Phona O 1134 



street. 

I.'sorHaI.E r9Tr»UirK SEDAN. OOOD 
rubber. 1300.' O 3791. 

/4 00D IWBO TIRBB. IT TO 33-lN 
^ f rims. 13 to 15. Corner HiUaida aitd 

.«! eihourna. 

Mil. JUMkl»-PART8 ANU_TIBI£S FOR 
all ear* and trucks. I-ord V-l motor 
good shapa; Intarnallonal two-ton truck. 
Star ••8" enslne I'arlflc Au'o Wre<kln« 
Co, Ltd. »37 View street. Phone E 7521 

OKHIS COACH PRIVATE OWNHlC 
leavin* town Monday p m , must sell. 
Interview owner Monday a hi at Mutual 
Auto Sa Wa. til ^oh ngoB O SMI. 



||BDUCBD PRIOW- 



sink 

BBAI 
to 

¥ 



be- 
sink A'! 



t NliHlH UCADHA. 
nrrt'»,'d floors. Iilerl 



ODGB WCTOHY 
gwn-Toi'ditlon, 
Was »2«i N^'A- . . . 
1 s|lE\ROLBT llMl 
' man usual, 

BAUTIPUL STUCCO BUNOALOW. FIVE ' v\ sr . Now 

oaiyi. Phona BMM. 

i^IVB-ROOk HO' .T ON LINDEN AVE 
nue, Itl P' ' m"iiih Three-rooDi 
apartaieni in Oak Bay, |1» per month 

WIBB 48 CO.. LTD. 
ino Pembarton Blda, Phone E 7841 



OWB WBSK OfilLY 

SEDAN - Very 
') 

COACH 



ItHKAl'LANE COUPE— 

Krihiced to 

1334 HUDSON SEDAN - 

111 excfUrni lond.tion 

1933 FOKD V-8 COACH ■ 

Very good for onlv 

1928 PACKARD VICTORIA 

■ICdured to 
1930 ."11 DEHAKKH SEDAN 

A ; I', t y im foi 
1»1S AI . I IN 1" PANEL DE- 

I.I VW(Y l(e,l-i. 'd to 

I«3:i CHFVr(''iIJ'"r PANEL 

DEM VERY 



$(U5 
$395 
»195 

JAMFJtON MOTOR*. UMITBD 



f.)I 'hi» for refined couple with a aood 
kiionicdiie of art yalur of stock and fix- 
tures onlv No eo^dw'.M ««ked Price 
»8 0«i0 Owner willing to spend some time 

with I'lir- ha-T 'f r-uui'Mfd. Ptirther psr- 
llciil't*. s' 'iTflre only. 

*.>~,iWi vSHt FURNITURE BURI- 

i^^.t\nt published 

Hire 'ri- I 1 .r.,! Inratlon 

( ' 'SVi !'.^ '.viLnEIUI CO. 

S2 ; Rf "IP Mf.ti rrf 



Doing 



IMft ROdOCB BBDAN— 

Price 

1921 WILLTB-KNIOHT SEDAN 

Price 

1931 jrri'nrBAKER sedan— 

1931 HU^MOBILB TOVRllio— 
Seven -paaaanier Pr ice . 
IMl FORD PAJIBL DBUVBRT- ^^(H) 

,934 A^I^IN 'r- VAN- ■ ^■V^ 



$595 
$200 
?175 
$1.50 



I SEJnAt RANT HIGH CLASS DUBINl'XS. 

IV in splendid toeatlon and doing large 
steady businagg. This Is a real jmoney- 
m*k*r snd is only for sale on acgount of 
Ill-health Price t3 onn w J Gilllland A 
Co. 1203 Broad Street. GI741 

ysMALL CONFtC'llUNBRY BUKIMRBS IN 
^ sood municipal location Sio'k rrm 
sists of ronfWtlOIU. ma««/ine.' ..rareite^ 
and staple fn«lda. Fixtures Include new 
scale and Neon window duvkay. thowing 
exceptional revenue Ovarhaad \c/». 



$900 



aaooable tarma 

OAK BAT SPECIAL 

o?S.y'"""° $2250 

rfsHIS SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW RBQUIRBS 
I niT <8',o i ii'ii down, balanaa auajeci 

. 'I t:ii.i>>- I'viii details' at offlre. only 

Iminediste priSvevMOn 

foul' BAY iCUlsI I ' > IMF. ."^EA ' 
.■SUI.LY-n it.MSMKD THKKK - iaj<jMED 
biint*l'»» iMre-plece bathroom, 
open fireplscr garage. YearU taxes 141 

BRENTWOOD DISTRICT 

"ri;'.:,'.", ^""^ .*t290 

TTRAmvr SIX Ri->OM Bt'NOALtlW 
having «.; <'.• e; 'lire. Three acres 
of choice Isr.'i l.iir»' snd small fruits. 
Fxreilant baaamaht..«ementad We alrangly 
recommiW. . . 

H O. DALBY Al CO . LTD. 
a34 View Street 



^•"H CASH PATRICIA BAY WATER- 
•^••)*' front Three roomed coHiige. not 
•lUlte completed i-i-idP'. but all ttif fixtures 
for ssme sre ncl ded. WIrad for alectnc 

llglit A good buy 

dbOXn- WATERFRONT TWO LOTS 
nr'^'s* and four-roomed house three- 
piece bathroom and bas,emert I.ocated at 

F.s<iiiltiir<It with 115 f" ' of aJ-afron' and 
ino'' \,r».r ful view This Is one of the 
I., lis.f- had tar aotne time. 

U >C A I-KD IN SAANICH NICE 
sit-rnomert house: open fire- 
place. Ihree bedrooms, three-piece bath- 
room cement biiM i 'ni wl'.h furnace Sep- 
arate garaae Ptni III. if on nearly half an 
i<rr<' al: i,-id'r l ul^ i it:,in 'T 'rms to the 



$;{2(x) 



A 



Opposite Spencer s 



GORDON HEAD 
■piVr-ROOM . BUNOALOW - MODERN 



ith piumbmc and caatent baaamcni. 
(ir">,: harn and other buildings. One and 
H lislf arres of food land, all eultlTated 
ar.d fenced, with go|na fruit tr»es. Near 
school and bu< In thla popu 
lar district. For 

CO.. UVD. 

E 4723 



$1800 



H F. D t- (■ F D FT?' 'M '4 :no 
Very fine el^l-roonxl house 
I.<)cated on Linden A-JBue rloe to tie 
se* Thre> open fireplaces, suntoom, fo»ji 
bedrnrMTis full basement: fiirnaeo, laundry 
tubs aiid gsrair All :n flret-claia cendi- 

tiaa. A Wor'!. rf'll h IV 



E E 
(M Yates Street 



HEATH 



Phone E 4041 



$io.5oo-y; 



LEE * 
1333 Broad Street 



* 12.500- 



Tarma— TradM 

BMPRBBI 

840 Yateg Strjet 



Phona O 3113 



II 



I'M' 



l,s,,R RFNT SIX-ROOMED MODERN 

r biins i hardvoaS floor*, three bed- 
rooms APi'iy «M 1>iirkMb ft,; 0 44M, 
Fairfield dlatricU 

APARTMENT 
ouaa. 17n Kln«g Road, with water. 
An !v T P. McOotineU, Pe«barioii Bidg 

i,^ULLYllOr)BRNnnVE ROOM }f'>r>if 
r Osk Ba> G '>904 

il 

modern, large aaraoe, vaeani Sentam- 



f- son RBRT — DUPLRX 
nog 



OU8E, FOR RENT-FIVS BEDROOMS, 
le'rn, large garaae, v 
1795 Foul Bar Road 

ROOMS. THREE 
»ma as 
OrMnwotd. 



he 

MARIOOLP FOUR 
V M* sfi Five rooma 



so inciuding water. 
1 1 street 



OVINO. PAOKINO. STORAOC' PHONK 



ir 
Br 

M 

win call and explain our service. 



i^MALL MODERN BUNGALOW FOR 
rent. II* Evening*. E l»7J. _Refer- 
ence» . , 

mHREB R(>OM8~AHD"BA^fHRO<iM. PAN- 
I irv, garage, flraplaee, efi i|n»er 
ehipiaii. Inrlndtna wat^t. II* Hillside dis- 
trict Four rooms and bsihrnom. with 
nsrs.e Iinrlrur Minds, kitchen range 
:n in.h.'iiiiK water.' 113 80, rear 
fTiT-.lian Sc -n.r Church Six r-xois snd 
bathrooin. Fairfield 'all o«ie fl «; i '••h 
earaae, basement, furnace, fireplace et,- 
137 50 RMfvaar Coenpany, iin I'mon 
BulMIM ^'-^ 

THREE R(X>M MODERN DUPUX OIL- 
burnet. slo^i-. iiar««'' close in 117 sn 
Dai,'! Reallv. Sayward nmldlns 

f AlRriEID. 
e . rr - I on- 

111 Apply >t 11*7 Hilda 



$2 1: 

. Better 

$*U5 

1M.E DF LUXE SBI'S '' ' »' 
' sed only la.OtMl miles StSM"* 
Was 11(75 Now .'.I 

Vl JniN 10 Dt IfUXB SEDAN Con 
iaian at new. 

Was t7tt Now ^t'f'f 

'ILLT8 < 19171 Dl LUXE SEDAN A 
real beaut*. 
Was 1844. Now 

1 RAHA.X-PAt(>E SEDAN — Value 
• lo heal 
Was I3S.^ Now 
\\viLLY8 I1938I DK Ll'XE SEDAN In 
vl use month only. ^kT(k 
W*« »1 049 Now ... .. •IT"' t 'f 

I'PMOBTUl flllD BSOAN Brand 



w 



I OB UJXB SEDAN A 

$795 

je h.r,l 

»215 



1<|sH| Pi-i 

, l'» ' very 



PLYMOUTH CAHKJOLET - A 
pop ilsi foiiT-i-viinder inodet. 
This car is in excellent condltloa, tha 
motor mra koan rtbored, nraa art (ood aad 
It haa a niea ramble seat. 



$295 



JpNFJt BROS- HKRVICE SlATION, LTD. 
Cornei Yatex and Quadra • 
Phone F 4031 



,. ••'■»•■ DAVIS RBALTT 
213 Bayward Blda. Phooa EI833 

OraOdBM Mm- WINTBR ~H«»OkT. 

store and cafe, fully equipped, and 
flve-roomfd partly furnished nnuse, bHtti. 
etc . on corner aaafront lot at famoua aal- 
mon Sahlnt resort on main highway, 15 
■Allies Vtctorlg. Bug and ferrv termtnsi 
hourly All-year business' Listed until 
.Sept 7 13, MO rash, balance tl.lOO over 
five years PQ Box ((. Victoria. B.C. 

,<ION BttSINBSS POR "ALE AN BX- 
l>:.t oii.">rtiu.!tv eiperi- 
ei , ed • .'II • ' 'T For .. :■ i.i.niion gnd 
!>. ' |.:.ot'.e F 49 83.. oc^wrtte W. Plender- 

|r • IS .1 H ••nr. A'.enue VlrtorlS 
SPLENDID ui'l'UHTt NITY POR WId£- 



1,MVE R'KJM CtliAR filDINO BUNOA 
low. nearly new Three unflnislied 
ronms upsiaira Prenrh door*, light floor 
hiiilt-in fes'uret. granite fireplace, qusr- 

trr-arre U>t, t'.97,. »',75 rash, balance 115 
month Saanich taxes E 4135 

I,"SOR SAIJi— FIVE -ROOM FD CC>rTAOF- 
racenlly built, with garden, gooia trull 



ir 



$U9j 



ll»l» 

Was 11 440 Now 

MAVTBRS' MOTOR CO LTD. • 
M» Ystes street p --.r E 1541 



MCsJ-Y^'A^' "AR"*"* oijisMonii.r sedan 

13M I T\ (Irvt rlB's— ^'•'nrti'mn new top hal- 
ter', tires riHTT^.l e'r |:7S rr r.esr ofler 
f^r 0 lick sale 102f Johnson 

FNdINF REnORINO SPECIALISTS 

STOPS OIL FUMPINO. pUtwi aiap ^Bd 
restores new enkiya-parfnrmance 
127 so VP. tneludlBi Parte and Labor 
t HFT nowMAirs sbrVtcb oaraop. 

734 JP' nsi'n E 1 41 1 

1!)J9 FOPD BCSINEBS COT TE 

THIS SMAIL POPn-AR CAR 18 A REAt 
goo<i -sr with smart apres-sr -'- We 
will a, en' «S5 down asd 111 I'r 

$195 

MUTUAL AUTO Mktm 
•n JSIiBtdB BtrtOI PkSM O 1141 



Atofsrr SPECIAL 

inr, CHUYWER ATRSTREAVt - X 
CYUNliBB SEDAN Low n i,e 

aae and In axeallaBt condition 

Haa 4nwynrtir^« *m at 

care _ 

ONLY 

$^.50 

V .«.■ WlM.ISMS Ntt'TORS. 1.7 0 



BJ'ti 1 

lOOl Blanshard Strgtet 



E 9414 



FOHO PICKUP OXUVXRY . . U4S 00 
1934 NEW DAY JEWBTT cdACH 174 sn 
CHBVROL8T SBDAN-AB IS rr... 110 oo 

BUICK SEDAN . IMOO 

CECa tVB MOTORA LTD, " 
Tataa Quadra Btrett 
Penuac CaiS^ .OJI,C. Traeke 



s 

9797 



Colonist 



^ l,,m rent 



Apply 2Ai)S Cook after 4pm 
R N 1 sITe n 



K HirKiMED F 
ws.k'.ne •'a:.'-' 
;.r'ed N'^ ager.m 



trees, gcmd water aupply Near 
P.O. ar.d cburehaa. Prica. II.IM. 

Real BaUto and In*|iranflP Acaat 
C WALUCR— Cowl^han Station P.O. 

L^AMILY nbME~FIVE BlxiROOMk TWO 
V bathrooms. In perfect condition, . clo*' 
to Normal and University Schoois I«riie 
garden Vgiued at 18.000 Priea l4.5oo 
Alfred Carmirhael * Co , Ltd . 1314 Broad 
Street Real F«'aie and Insurance. 



CEMENT 



I;«IVE-ROOMED 
mnderrf aell-llghted bungalow. 



STUCCO, 
cor- 
ner Panoramic view of Sooke Hill* Mile 
snd half ' .r P".re |3 800 Alfred Csr- 
mlch,s»I A Co . I.''! 1314 Rroad St 



-nn-UPLANDB REBIOENCB OF 
n rooms with one f*isgter 
hedroom and bsthroom downatsir* and 
five n.ore bedri>.nn and bath upstairs. 
Well and wsrmlv constructed, with hard- 
wood floors, automslie oil hol water heat, 
plenty nf cupboards and all modern de 
vlcen Moderate sred garden and flng 

■.r« .e» 

-Sri F.NDID R O C K L A N I) 
Avenue re.ldenT an'i nltie 
t'Kmis with oak floor* In first l»o stories 
•I'd t>-ree rooma in attic Must disn.f 'd 
li'd rl arming large ilirlne-ro<irr t: rd 
■ I ' ""'•n and tao Iliad baihrooma. hot 
'*,i'-r hi at two-car aafage Condition 
e'< lai to new. aituata en a fine eminence 
with w'lnderfur yiawg of aaa asd. siouii 
tains Grounds 'of about oSo acrtt aore 
land a\allabie 

TMB ROYAL TRUST OOMPAMT 
Raal Estate Dept 
1109 OoiverBment St Phone* e 4134. E IIM 



OODNTRT aSTATB. PAMOUB BAAmCH 

INLBT 

1^X)RTY-TWO ACRES. 14 milea from 
Victoria Over ouarter mile sesfroni. 
Including private bay Six acres good rich 
land Splendid waltr supply Extremely 
well-built houar. thirteen room*, three 
bathfooma. all modern conveniences, hoi- 
water heattnt. aulnmallc nit heater tlarne 
Private i,,ad fT,,rT. : ti«d 

1..5(H) 

WIBB * OO.. IM Pamberton Bide. 

I,>1VE uK TKN ACHKJl, TEN M11.CM VIC- 
J toiia, Sbutliorn slope. Make aood tui - 
key or auat farm. Ooad eordwood Taxes 
17 Price IM per aore. BIMI Box 7SH',. 

Cl.l'.HISt 



/IVE ACHES (KX>0 LAND AND OOOD 
buildinsa, Bina mllea. Box 7136. Col- 
onist. 

^EVEN ACHES^ HBLMC kT N HoTlV 
neai bus stand, city hat.i and water. 

ft ooo D w Hanbury, phone g J38.'. 

'WIX ACRBS, BLBYBN MZLBS OUT NO 
)>~ reaaonabie offer refuaed 1841 Rinss 
Road 

OCKlPTi OrP Mt'( H 
Price I4S0 A.fied Car 
michael * Co . Ltd . 1318 Broad Street 
Real Batat a 



I'll! I' 
g<H.<i .nd 



SALE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AT 
Owneri Box 7812. 



l,^C,\l 

I Cadbnra Bay beach 

Colon •' . 



ft IKAXll" « llOOM HOUSE. 
Jame Bar Phone after I 30 p m GUM 



a soma 



Ltd . lOOa Broad St 



8PfriAi.t 

< (i>»— pivoeb' two-i')oor de Luxy - 



U- A NTED SMALL URG C EH Y O R H A RD- 
wara B\iiI?i7p""«T(Tr iivina quarters. 
Nn aeent need 'apply Box 75.M, C»lAri«i 

U^'ANTPr^ TO -RENT ROOMINf. HO''8E. 
eleven 

\e»tment C', 

QLICK ACTION NECIBWAHY 
^.IfWl R'TOMINfl HOUSE OF 17 

^J.**'"' rooms rood loca-ior alwai 
fill T^ls opporiunry is as •» > f^r 
a F**'dwy* 'ar^t.v 

F%nfe'"' ?11(MI 
i lONFTCTI'iSrn Y AND UCHT st--<| 

I SEN . ha:.. . LOCATED BAKERY. OOOD 
' - . e • Offers wanted. Trades 

conside-ed. 

C M OLIVER A COMPANY LTD 
r .o'rret Phone E 4>n 



ir 



, IMS.*!"' 

A resi bu 



:u|ii25 



A 'ACANT -- 1149 HIUM 
' hot mater hesl good order 



4*> I JOHN ST. I rooma. 130 403 QUE 
bee 



Ave 

raaais 

m»«i 

Br^ ■• 

i(r)i 

Pu,; .r 
A CO. 



St . 4 roAms. 130, 1131 Summit 
7 rnnmt, 115 1717 Oak Bay Ase , « 

t:s 848 Dunedin 81. 4 raoow. 
P J) Browr A Bbttti Ltd-. JItl 

A' Phone O 7171 

AMPKTON Wr. — NIRB ROOMS 
s »»u papered aad pain»»d 
Furnaae, aarMO. IM. F^' 
o |S«1. 



V V in 



•tt,LY8-KNI(tHT P >''R-r»0<^R SEDAN 
food t>\Bp« Ciesp. F 1813 

jimr ARRIVED EX. S8 eoRnnffTU 

TUB NEW sn«OBR"fBN 
The Larteai ani Most Trexpeaaivo "14' 



. $1090, 



BRITISH MOTORS OO 
THURBURN. BVRNB * RBikO 
Cor Quadra and Pandara BM'.5 



at only , . 

Rf-VKRCOMB MOTORS 
931. TaVN Stree' Phona O Mil 

Open Etenlngs 



— 9-1 



1 gk*JX CHRYBLrR AIRTTIEAM "r' SB- 
L$7«>«> dan. I«»0 lats I,afareiU Vic- 
toria, mlatns lesr aad heaMt. isto 1910 
Ford Coupe. MT» . feT^^^ * 

wiiiiama MaMrA UC tSSl KSMbaH 

street EMIJ 

liAVINO^rOR BHOLASID 
Kl'tK ENGLISH FORD l-R F SALOON 
i.aK>Q tn first Mgss eoaditian. far aale 
Can demonatrata same in Viatarta Aasuat 
:: st^d 1^ Baa tiir Ceionia* 

14k>Mk FORxTbocPS. RUMBLB BBAI. 
Itr»i' new psiat and radialar: 1171 
:s4} George stroat. PIMM OMn waafc. 



.SHHI 



rik.17 FOR'j cot n 
47*. I baMery. t 4411 



A.NL) 



see O :17J 



HEVROLTT OB LUXE SCDAN 
SIX isMali and irwik. A 



WILL BTY A ONE-HALF I.V- 
teres* :n s fin" rs' '',* b'i'ltiess 
«r ;i-h »■;!; earn fi^r "vi n-er IjOf' m'm'hlv. 
t>on t reply unies. tou have »he money 
Fnr neraenal Interview only, reply to SaX 
7843. Colema t 

ftTAA F^'U'V • EwriPPBO THREE- 
^(Inr thair barber shi'i low overheadi 
I >'! stion Box 7414. Colonist 

&~ "ii I BCTS^ N Al.F~r«rTTR EST ~'tv~a 
vis's' m»Il-esIsh!,»^»'1 t 
inronte, atead* work Box ■""'' r . 

7S BXaUNOB-BEAL ESTATE 

sMF.v BAT 
RANCH FOR 



J^SOU S M.l ■ H I KAXll" 
/-iOROE. MODBRN^FOUR^OOM BuS". 

' Jf gaiow, el eetrle raatei terms B7 984 

inR QUADRA— 0ne oTTKe moiriesir- 

»h ' proper" 's In Sssn.ch. sn'jgelirg 
s : , . •• hes'itifiil oaks on hish ground, 
r ii.msndins losely siews a really iharrn- 
ir • and exclusive situatior Buneslow is 
hr.sriri new. wl'h ever' latest feat'jre snd 
eir-r-th.ng o* the best ,' Fiv* spacious 
i''>rr. ' srd's'ird "^on-^ e . r.rv '* ^^erf ex''ept 
k 'rhen full cement ba.«ement w ih 'f ir- 
nace and earaae. Owner, preasad foi 
has reduced the price ia.tUOO There is 
real value here 

RAUW R WnA6v 
.' ' rembertAn Rids r , ' F .«'7 

i;:8E TWO rriMPLETE APART 
ments me furnished Low taxes 
iST-ler Wa king ti't^r^rm fl noB rath 
R X "'AS Co-^r's" 

T f<.' H 



den en srsand floor. Pour larae bedr '^ms 
and katkroom upataira Three loiie" 
wash tu b* fu ll cement basement ' fiot 
ns'er heat wi'h a jt"",*' r o,l b'lrner 
ele'-'rlV vg, ,um cleanT in hi. 'ment piped 
throiiehoiit hf>'i'<- M,' . i,'! 'r Ki'ra^' 

features too T\<,-r '" tne-.' >%r Re* 

sonable ts«e« oner cnsidered 
COVYFJtS wn.DBRS OO. 
831 Broun ht.nn Btraei 
s<e W K Hilton 

V~ I 11 U k ' '^^'"Nrl ^D i S T A N C B^ 
- 'sn ly home. Excellent 
i-ord,' t ■• ■' 1''' '■'1' Verst attractive 
snd spa ■ . ' > « , ng room, 

dinii.rf r" ■ • . s ; ,d 

flPOffsn' -rpletKl O'jree d 
irlct 1*» ",«». W .' lUiUh to sot' t'lr 
chaser Act dutckly Van der Vliet, Cabelda 
A Ma*, phone E^l'* 

-, FIVB- ROOM BUNOALOW. 
we kedreoirts, open nm>l*ce In 
sitting-room, cement b aaa aun t, furnace, 
nice garden, tiaaad porchoa Ovrsat. Box 

5317. Colonist 

FW^ MODERN. ^OUR 
r «'rr» si d diryFtte jLOX^lr' 
.orsnen nr Islsrd Hlghamy, fliMa fa. 

ci.isl'ilm. HIS Dougia>. 



U FABMB FOB BALE 

tOENTN NOTE WESTOVER. BA*"- 
^\ ichton IS no« the rheaneet. profitable 
rsnrh listed Mrs Kroeoer. I Surrey Blntfk 

I,'V>R SALa^l4.«4i» SQ. FT OF Of,ASS 
I ►■'Wind apace. 70 hor«»p<,^»rr marine 
tioiler. capakta ef I limes as mu'h radia- 
tion, boiler retubad last year IS acres 
■rood, land 7-rt)om houae. insured for 
kl.500 M cold framaa and aaah about 1 ono 
to 1 :oo n.un » !,(,» twiria plan ed in tmo 
of t'l-- h»*ii>. • 1 h,. i-f 11 X too ll I tomatoes, 
hfsrlv ready to p^k. eoippleti aterluine 
outfit, ebout l ooe ft irriiatier pipe. i.eoQ 
or 7 OOn klifTTol' fltiiiiTrrr fit O'l .side mumi 
and f.^.^di^r r'» *. ■ ■ j . . 

''si-i f 

«i « .1 flower ' . t4'\ ■ I in..i. « r d ! . » • r , 
Hart autoaiatir ttl burner. 1 bout 1 to 
9% (one Ne. I btilba dalfodils. luiips. ins. 
elc.i aeales fools, etc Tsx la.'. Fo'ir 
and-a-half- mile nrcle Price 14 000 Oeorte 
Ran*1»!l I30» Douglas Street rj 7341 

it'T^id '■"'^T BQUIPPF.') CHI' KFN 
•5»»l«l'f farm. fl»a aerag, «lx ro'wn 



DOLES. HOWELL I 
CO., LTD. 



Gordon Head 



14, At-BEH. aiaRiT PRODI rrnrt. 

all III bearlfu I., isn. . i «tl f- , 1 

fruit trees M h •• 1 

low. hirdwood rl'i 'is. f , 
tsidkt ( hickan hou es and 
lug On main highwsy 
A great bargain at . . 



$2800 



ntAITIFI'l Blill>IN«. MTts 

hlill position on As, H"S.' 1' .11. '1 "1 

fruit and nut hushes Low ta»r« < 
aa'ei and l.sht 
Per lot 



$500 



titalow, »■« vUl pap BB M MM 
fferenee. fMSI hsva rwi M 



BUNOALOW OB AUTO rOt'BT - In- 

1 reasing tourist business would support 
.r, ii,i,.i.i>r tjiin«ai'>« cuuit We 
have plans and aperincatlona' for such 
a proposii nil. and have tor aale \ety 
desirable aeafroot site, m ar4-ea. Safe, 
wsrm baUUBd aad>boat«w. ^^QQQ 

F(IR » XI II 4S<.E— LARGE lIVE-BOitM 
HI NCaAlXiW, near tlia aeis. garaar m i 
a 11 1 den. On paved boulevard , Valued 
at 11. 4M. elear title— tor modem four 

r oin hu 
caMi dl 
oflerF 

A MOnT DrUGRTFItL SrAPBONT 

CO! NTRY HOMF. A ■ o-i 1 '/» acres of 
ctiarming larden. mw » shade t'eea, 
ftosve.r beds, frui' trees, vines, etc , la 
full bearina, and a seven room house 
facing sooth, with view across' Csdboro 
PsT and lalanda Seven hundred feat 
^> afrnritage. sheltered. envaa for kalhint 
and >afe anrhoraae. F'.ve min'itet 
go.r gnd vatht cluka, Sf'efi, m.i-, ite. 

cit, Many mere de- C< A-KAII 
iirhtful featarM.. PrtM 9 1 WfWW 

COLES, HOWEU I 
00., LTD. 



dm VIEW RTRCBT 



ti l« 



$1!KK) Tv 



79 WANTED TO BUT— BOUSES 



OL'SE TOWN OR COU.NTRY. FTENTAL 
■terir* with ne dtvwn" parmant Box 



II 



H 

7173. Oelaiit«v 



S7 



CABMS WANTED 



|,^ARM!4-AI*OCITV P" 

I lUve Baatarn h 



^ ' • Y WANTED 
I» you 

wish to aolt Ptnnr.for.'ns'.of) ;n,roeant«IT, 
BO. 7MI. ipal^ktM, 



■ts 

OOVBBNmNT Ot 

mUTISB COLtWU 



or 



BBPAA TMBWT OP flBUC WOjBRI 

NfiTUr TO rONTBAI TOS* 

ReronilrarliMi of Portlan »f Vielafia Kaefct 
■IrkWay. Mile lit Ml I* Mile |7.|. 
Baaoimalt RIeetaral rFlslrwl 



^EAJ.KD tender!, marked 
►~ Viriorls-Booke Ftirhwsv 



BROWN'S 



OAK BAY BARGAINS 

I'. ■ r i oy owners U> disps** i^.f Uie 
r d *e|,ing» — in need el rr[>air 

-uu any reasonable term*. 
Po 1. r - 1 rM>med bunaalow. large t'i«r.'is 
t»o hedrrioms. Ihree-pler* tn'< 'f.orr, 
ba-eoient OO«Labtd0n lOt. Cl^CA 

Pr re only 91 C9U 

R' yen-roomed IVI-otary buntalow. Pire- 
n sees, three kedreoma, part eament 

'■...-rrent fr«l| WOM. La', 

r cror —$2000 

Ho'ti the shove ronvanteot J» athOOU 



and transportation 

F ■ e t. i.i'MiS «:t» V) s 1 ' » 

atrails. 
Price 



$750 

GORGE BARGAINS 



I P. 8. Bi 

4 -mt- Broad 



h' ill, lie, ! 
ktrefien' 
rooir. ' ' ,,; i. ' 
edred *-■«'- 
IJ350 Te-ms 
sr.re ;,ke r'n' 



s r.!**" "u 

, ' nx ' ." ■•' ' ' . ' ' 

n siti inr . 
<" 'rnrt*' three-rie* • . ■ 

bs.'.err er.; 1 u. , »: • ■; 
;oo-. Tsxe. light Price 
Str sil cash paymer t. bal- 
Robert Or ibb * Co, 111 



iis"F rt irvTfk wArriNO to 

■rer ri.» o- rer,' a riouse in Fair- 
field, Oak Bsy and Saaaicn We ah aii bb 
pleased to fi^ira your lletinc 



Savward Bulldine 

7INB-ROOM HOUSE TN GOOD CONDI- 
tton. - Oorwe. Good l-traiioo. near 
car ar,d school Five bedrooms Es«,:y 
adaptable for duplex. Tee larae lot owner 
Cost 17,400 For caah. I3.I4S Sot MIO. 
Colonist. ^ _ 

FV^'-R ROOM Br^•OAI/^W AT- 
- «» • -s t. he«' Sssr'/' dis- 
< A<i,iir.sr'ou>e t-i. 

. . » . , - Sted A?rlv n»'er 38ie 

A J • ' 1 n A 1 en lie 



I.tSLAVT) fNVEFftVENT CG . LID 
lOM Bread Street T' ■ G7i4«-7 
Res! Estate I; • .r .'. • 

U- « - TED ,'4Ma:x HOUSE JAMBS RAY. 
- ler I ; • SI B''^ 7\M) 



^yANTFJ) 



.bMr and kaiierr. tow mi* 



i 



/-SA8H AND A SEVEN-BOOM 

* ri-rre for f'^'lr.reem bunesi 

I "P ISLAND 8HEBP 
' smailer farm 

N'INE ACRES 
• ith • • 's 
s^^Osk S*' '"-• 

(SOP''! f ■ ■•:/"''■* WITH TWO LOTS 
F f'\f '. sn'oj er huf.gslow 
> M OLIVBB A OOMPA.NY ltd' 



OP SEAPRONTAGE 
•a*e« fTtce I5'IM. for 



f\liK BAT VEPY ATTRArTTVy " ' c^ 
* ' to B'l.-ss.'.'s i! SIX roons. sta < 
prel'T gsrder mtt>- lawn. sFir-ihs s ' ' 
tree* -Lis Irjg-rootr, ot>»n fl-r'S'» spall 
dinmi-reoia. cabinet k.irhe-. si ■•^ree 
bedrooms Jus' fhe k nd M t^ousa upfs- 
dsie fefkt are askina far Only 'tJ.iM 
.iist-r oreeTi^ood 1219 Bread Street 
r TA41 Fven're o .taia 

AK B AT ~ COR NBR LOT Frf^-ROOM 



() 



cOMPAcrr SIX-ROOMFT) 
e citi, Ra ao'jth of Avenue ' 
rar- cjlar. Box 740^ COlORlxt 

"nt'SE FDR t3.0M cash' 
otal price and la Oak 

rOB SALE 

^^^^^s^s^^^%es^*M* 



11 'ANT r- 

»» Th.' 



RBAL I 

t or. oowroi oPXCwooD and im- 

J ^ veeweaa. la BaaaMfi. aae block fram 
t 81^ MbIM TiMir* for IIW) r*ih 
Ar.nWB. WTTN THREE ROOM COT- 

«M' taaa. !»•'»* ir •* fi 



Tender for 
will be re- 
ceived by the Minister n? P'iMic Works. 
Psrliament Rnlldtngs. Vtrt>yrlg up to 13 
• elorx noon Tuesday Mth , Antust till 
sr^d, opened In p i>i"r at that lime and date 
fw the ahnve-r". - ,^»d wark 

'Bach tender r- >• re rr"'t4 Vr an 

aeeepted' eheo'i* fade -.v,>, , ■ r, the 
Mtniater ef Pwnne w«rk- . . . ns ef ( ^^^^ 

Ffl»;|y-8lx Rendreil i|4 ao- or do '.r. 

Tn addttim. the sueeessful tenderer will 
be, required to furnish an a/r.epted rheque 
or eotiatarlt arrap'S.AMe lo the Minister nf 
P ihhf Worba lo the aitant ef ten per cert 
■ lO". , ',' ,he '-'"-»ri price for !he d'le 
and '* ' " f ; T^-»^-"a--e ..f r^-'-.r, 
r-' .*'■•■ natiiei b',' r^ri.lr • ' t.'.» r.,^.eii» 

m thtr MiBlatar, farntak a BeM for a lua 
equal tb XW- ef the (Jantraet Prire la an 
aptbrered eorporate ChiaeanCMt. Okwipany. 
aia* J* -a lacas.., 



V I . "i tj .. ■,**;'»» Fir>i S' » three 
le-lroom* basement, furna'i. laraee 
Two^lau OrahaM gQQ ^Ea. 

''",rv rousti cast dweliliid. Uvtad- 
« '1, fi'ei.ja<'r: bedrnotn. kitrhen 
«nr- t.rrf.piac, balhronfr 
<tovnsti.ri . upatair* no 
l.Arae i«i. 

PTiee 

Mutt Be Bold 
HitB btUMiaa Ute avdrleefeing rw^t' 
'•s 1 1)8 feet 



$uoo 



$550 

P. H. BrtwaftSHSf Ltd. 



street 



• tin 



ff9Ur «« 

;7 1 from fee< larSi^ S illl 



731 Fort Street 



Phone K t: 



Oraad 



JON*« OREE^tsrOOO 

Street 



T*: de-"'" r* •*i?Wt wt-h thef ,e- de-* \ 

a ate' ne f-e • -p» and '•apari'y r.f 

e'l', 1 .[.* ' » r.*'!.^ ¥ • ' ''.ev , 

f.r, - ..^ tf. e ^i,-'-*, o ' '' . m*tr^ 

St. 1 '■ ' '•' '.>■' e-i ii:r>Tnenl la located ao that i 
It -r . ■ 'erl. If nereaat'T I 

Plan J^pei- f '•*'ior»*. Form of Tender ] 
snd Ter^der Errelope f»i»T be ob>»:r»d , 
frorr tre Dep* f rr'nt of Pul>il« Work" Par- 
liament Bulldlnai. Vletorla B f . en dejsosii 
of 'ha aum i»f Ten Dolisrs 'tlOOf) 

The laweat ai. ear tender wi:i net Becea- 
saniy ke aacep«ed 

^ A OTXON 

^lef Bti*lr>a*T 
Derartment of Fubtla Works. Paniawient 

vtatarta. •.c. abmM u. 



nm MioHT otT 
'Desr Msdsoi.'' wrols tlw 
ffn«affsd BBik to 

•hsJl 

M aim BM BEPlst BB 9m. ss 

Ii By Bur-isr 



Walking Uttaice 



Ir 



• •V ' • r* *tr''t *r.d w.'t r. ten 
rn -, I , •» , r ", Po't i d • ■oiit «. 
Buegls St.'t r'/'jmed I. 'if' r,.' ^ 'fim 
with separste toilet si.'il s.s'i utra 

• oi et he « House la in aood eondi 
■.«! w.'.h ierrer.t naaamen' ard f'jf- 
r.a/'e Tsar's sr* 194 UO. at^d s • • ;.ri'» 

• <Ked this- la a deatraMt^r 
- .asa Cear 



$1900 



4. 0. BRIDMAN 



404 Braaxbtwa atroel 



"Ke<M't.i«l 




1U60 



BF4I. r,cion I BOOM BCWOALOW— 

f •■ , .r er t tarMa wood ahed. 
. ■',i»'jfws. bitndd. Jllefcer • 's 

Aider fur* 

IS * bars aia 

at 

NBWLT-mrniATVB a-BrtOM bi n 

OALOW or. 'J tU m.ty- ir i ' t -* ' rr.s 
ladH trees Oood earder, Ali JR ei- 
eetJent "inditior rioe* ta J'lhtiee Ho* 
p,.a^ Pr ..d .... at l^ggQ 

H. W. MilUr A Co. 

ma bboab itbssi t a>i«-^ «mi 



i 



22 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. Sl'XDAV. Al CrST 21. 



\ 



PEMBERTON'S 

BRAND t4EW 

OAK BAY BUNGALOW 

Five Rooms and Bathroom 

.s U on» of ii t >Mi«rUki iit'ic 
''.....alovti «nd th« bMt valut od Ui« 
K.nrKrt lodsir. C — ft lU and all rMd> 
. ir.ovt into. Or tt tht minui* in 
(\riy detail. Mai alet tnr rixturti. 
jinrdMood floora. llUd kitrtirn. titialtf 
liiiuieuiii: lull cement ba*rniriit with 
*t h lubi. Landitrapini l» all com- 
plr'r and tba <|rtiole property i> fenrcd. 
Hi' .«i'd III a very cUou » rrMdnitial 
riJj>!rirt Kor further part.i •^ »■.'.■.; 
to tlill firm. excliMive Cjt9CA 
aCtoU. Price 'On terinti . 99m9V 

FORCED SAiE 



S800 



8c%eii-r»om frame houie, basement, 
th'ree-pieca bathroom and ne» fu'iiirc 
Two-car laraie Clote to toai. m.: 
inutt Mil Immediately 
Prica 

1«< Clartnet Strati— T*o>room4d Aoua*. 
On tarmi . 

OAK BAY 

fi\r- r<KiM;i iiid baiLrijoni. new atuuo 
I. . tlie on hu^ line 

B«;r"i''ni (u/nate.. harjlwood, floqra, 

triar^xUffla 
A <BM bilf at 

NEAR STADACONA PARK 

Six-rojin Mucro buntalow k<" 
tion Two bedroom*! nm.r' 
mant. furnace. t7&0 eaati 
mtU handl*. Pull prtet 



, , B«;.riiiriii (u/nate. hardwood floor*, i <*a tra«a ^w.^, ---•™-; ' 

GORGE DISTRICT 



S2750 



•KB urn POR DOMINION 

HOt.'SfNO LOAN."! 

PefflbertOB & Son 



r AT BKOAO 



Phonr n 8:24 



A Seven-Room House 

(■|^)^r. IN ■ 

' . xi l.u i.ii-rriotn dinini- 

•;irrf bc'l^llom^ and 
, n«sf rnf I.' furnacf. 

1, ■ 1 ... . : « .iMrii Hrice 



$1500 



« I « «» » **- H a l t I 



uu. 



1 .' ■ (»i .1 n. ■ '<T ( H r 
1 , < ! hhI' i .i: (. 



Christopher & Swayne Ltd. 

C!< View tl. phonci fj «r.ll. G «l» 

'■••I BtUi* • • • lMar*M« 



SUNSHINE — SALT AIR 

Ficinq louth on j ihelte'er) biv, thii 
m > lem rttidence h«l jttrjchuni jnd 
advjntagct <lmoit impottibl* to dupli- 
cjU. It hat living-room jnd dinmg- 
reom, eommantfing mafiiifictiit Ma 
jnd mountiin viowt; kitchtn and tkrtt 
bedrooms. The houit if vp to d<tt 
tn ««rry rctpcct and h<i Oil o Mafic 
an cnn.'ilioninq he.i'mq pljnt TS« 
gjij n 15 tistcfully bid out ind fhc'C 
II » I' ' r ful s.ilt wjler 

^\'AK>\^:r, POOL 

$10,000 

' :ii> lathing and "Soa lathing for 
Health or for ficiiura' 

Kv^ & Stephenson 
Limited ~" 

1121. Government St. Phono G 4127 



$^350 



<•■ In ffnanleh. l-room 
■ ' wlr drco- 
renieai 

I . , 1. ^rn Inline ■ 



COUNTRY RESIDENCE 

^^pAA l':n I ...irnniia biiii«.i- 
**^fc"w low III plrlum4ue wtimg. 
R . >'i I'-nallv itrell buiU. redar nUliiiii > 
Inn I Uitiualnw. emia ItitHr \i\iuj. rix.rii 
bud riiiilna-riiKin hai tmiilvtiHMl fl>M>rs. 



Irrril Ilo»< r i «irt«'n, vounii orchard. 
liwIlPl ». l!T< TI In i.- . wiUioiii dmibl. I he 
.tioal aiiradive ilnNe in rouniry rem- 
4rnct around Viriorlft. 

W. J. GillilaiNl I C§. 

fas ll«n\n STRUT O AKDCN a74l 



SAANICH 

A Good Buy 



IN 



\ >rn 1 1 ^ >s m N<. \i ovv 

»|>I K RiiiiMn \Mt HMMKOIIM 

In ,ri(i.. • 1 < 11(1:1 1'lii ii,«;.ii- mid " il 
rn'# ',i,.'tpiM rnr und hii* r.'y f.il''* 

' M «f ^ nnlv 1 1 i \ early 

I ' nilr? from cen're nf 

\ M l 'i..i,i(ie. remeid ha«rnirnt « 

I'lepiirrrt xarden. bund* 
' 1, rieriric fixtiiren and a »M) r 
< ilxi ins . he(ler Inrtuded. Immedlair 
m ftt rii ln n . , C l*af title and A ' OOOD 
BUY 

V HI |tt5-TIRM« 

iQnr Half 4 4.h— Or «1l «»«li> 

for |n«peil ir>ti l<»> (,|.i nf 

I M Host v» %n. a <'o . i.tu 

llii I nnm Ride . «l'.' View M. (. Koll 



Oak Bay hcM Homes 

t . >'«.i<« ( room* oak floorw •l.tm 

Sen', biinealow 1 rnnrp*. I bathrnnm, 
• • '1;nt hiiriier | ' »l >00 

• tiuntalnw hoi »»|*t heat. 2 hoil'- 
t'"^'"'* - . ■ . . . ... (A. aim 

n« tlif mea a inoin* tmi water htatina 
l«rt' im M..1MI 



Gillespie, Nirt & Co., Ltd. 

an >nri wireel TIrlarU. U.C. 



Must Be Sold 

BOTH BAauAI.'Nl 

TWO ACBtA— Om4. Mmm. »)\ ronvenl- 
fnca<. imati Mrn. aarata, CSCIMI 
•reanhoiM*. l-mila eiral* 9S0IIV 



>l\> RlHIM Rl N(i«I.OW Nr*! MM 

Ra»enieni. Iitrnaca. ,aara««, (00 

Heisterman, Forman & Co. 



SNAPS 



iioinr wi'.h III, '111 01)4 fwrnaca. iiitd 

bathroom. ei< Pr . e 

' $850 

OAK BAY ' r.,u„^<| kniliootO* 



$1676 
$1500 



BAUP ACRr ^V*TrT?rP'-^^-T^iit ir 
OM Boy. Nire Hi- 



leirweed, Stewart Clark 
ft Cn 



•m mm bimit 



ALItt M.^IIBLt 

INEiU 

American Girl Defeats 
Nancye Wynne in East- 
ern Net Final 



MANCHBBTER. Ma.s* , Aur 30 
(p). — Alltx Marble, top-ranlun''; 
woman t«rmU xtar tn the United 
Stal*.s ^ 'ii hrr third succes- 

.slve ain^le« tiU« oi ihe year and 
ihtti -teamed wltli larah Palfrey 
Fabyan of Cambrldfe to win the 



. BaTABLioBEO loaa 

saanioTbargain 

Conv 4 r.joni Duniialo* diihioom hlfh 
basrnirnt pmi'i xp»i r iiftt (or an extra 
room It required In very auod aliape. 
TWO LAROB LOTS, aieellent toll loma 
ook traoa Paeei aouth, lovely outlook. 



New klucco buiualow of i nice toum*. 
firaplaca in llvinf-room. I Ocdrooma. 
cloeatai' loria cablnat kltchan: l-pt««e 
bathroom with- Pe«nbrokt bath. Lone 
caraoe. Price inrludea good kltchan 
ranie. new Imo: blind- '1 » * us 
Pine niin lot w i' r. a vrr 
all in flower* HLd >e,r S2 1 50 



Iiianil 



$1160 



table*.' Good f : 
LANUPORO LAKE. 

Woil-bulU l-room 
eottoaa . . 
OAK BAY BUNGAtOW and TWO tXTrS 
all In larden, well kept, fruit tree* 
Five tOOd aUe rooma Nrw jil irrh ni 

Ttxea l». Priced low $2100 

HIOH quadra New 8room stirro 
bunaalow oak floor*, fine hiah baae 
immtr-wm-br 4«» loborr tiolf-ocra ol 
land, oak treea. Pleaaant owtlook 
Belltna for leao than eoat $^(JQ 

Tie l.e. Laadft l i mt woi t 



fioternmenl SI. 



a HIS 



doubles Utle at the fourteenth an 
nuai Burx Countjr iRmMD'a iBTlta 

Uen toumamei;|it. 

Both Tletoriii ' 
of hacd-hlttlng Auatrallane 
.Ntarble turned back the hensatlonal. 

twenty-on^-yefr*BlirNanryf Wyniio, 
6-1, a-i, to add the Eaaex kingies 
rrown to her recent ttetoriM at 

bright and Rye The Ajn*rlc«n.s b«tt 
MUs Wynne and Dorothy fiteven- 
i><ii in the doubles, l-l. «-3; 6>S. 

Bl DCK I RILMPH.S 
NEWPORT, R.I.. Aug. 30 iA^. ~ 
Two m em b er a ot 'ti iB U nited SUtr. 

Davi.s Cup U'am Don Budge and 
G^ne M<tJto. mdicaUd uxlay they 
wt re prepared for an iiii()irdiui€ a.s- 
&ignmfn^ when they tfyfil natfed^ l ^nt^l 
play tWentyaeeond Newport 

Ca.suio tennus tournament. 

Budge retired the Casinos huge 
bowj In the morning by defeating 
a tormer international teammaa 
i<nd ex-Witnbledon winner. fiydiif> 
Wood of New York, 6-3, 6-3, 6-:' 
Several hours later, he and Maito 
sw«pt through Wllmer AlUaon and 
nny i^an Ryn, All.'^tln, Tex;i 

final. - 



H(NM$w0etHoM 

BUair 8T A CONTRACTOR 
Per Mia own Home. CnM iisnoo 

situated on hleh around, near the Mxii 
Bchooi. Ground floor, den. iivini-roum, 
dinlni-room. aunroom, nice kitchen 
and a laundry room. Upatatri. two laree 

t><-<1ro.inir and two lOMll nnei Mnni.o 
H.. i'^,- Mir rondlllened. lovely ; il' 

Cn : ' $5500 
CITY BROKERAGE 

tnia BI .\NoH.\RD 



OAK BAY 



yu\ly rniiilern U\r room ^ 
lin'n iuirt and blind*, 
school and aea. 

Onh itrritis' 



$3250 

walking UISTANCh: 



K>reiilii>nally »r,; tiuilt Iminr in,,' i m. 
be duplened for Irns than iMKi Hoi 
water heated Cloae 10 
park Onlv <ierm«ii 



$2860 

a bargain 



f:xi'-i>iii iinnic. redecorated mvlde and 
f fin .larae lot. Uow i»v Hi 
niriit and aarate 
Onlv' <ca»h > . . 

A. A. MEHAREY & CO. 

mt POBT HTBKET PHO.M I. 



$1100 



WILL SACRIFICE 

A '>ni. i.ninr on.BI. Chartea Htreei. beau- 
iiiiillv «ituiited In a aparlou.i nardrn, 
iilrelv lerr.irrd, with lawn* and tree* 

'V\\r hoilKr .> nl < t.'.l room*. lA,-!! bu It 
and ' rMiiii 1 » . t>»» n iKimalic 
oil heatln. 

S4500 
MARA, BATE ft CO., Ltd. 



aia Poet sireot 



Phawe t llfl 



NK>X WA I I HI KOM 

o.iti Rt KrM,i-,,,^ ,,f >t\ IhrfrmtoK 
Ko,*m» .\|*n« I nii«iiil Irjilur^. 

t ' I K rr look lllf ' ' ■ 1 l.r' I 

ii,-v> I nine* III Oak Ba- a ii ■>■« 

vi^\*. ^iiii^lilne .»f.d .^hriT^: rharniiiu 
i»t*!'enri»tire and p^r or, I,', ■ ■ 

I . Id I 1 1.1 < nmlnf t>:r h:- ■ ■ r ■ ,■ 

' ! , ■ .v,rf hr.li t * > n;. ,^ . . , 
r • ' ■ . (,IBH M I n>* 

Kini (.r..,|r Ifrrirr 

s\|\HI. RuiM,, l-HONr !• 7;'>M 



■ r»)R •'Mr 

I.; i.;r»jf m, ' ;,.' n.i Island Hl»hw«v 
4 I r . .-.rw tiirt Laaht and water 

y.A : I r T ni < 

' ^ " I'rire , tnm each 

1 A' •'• P'lre -, um each 

loi' an X HI Prlee BI.10 each 

! II M. .,1. •■■•■< p...,(i «n 1 jnn tl fn,-;. 

■ a .1 ■ ■ . !1 W . ' . I ' 1.1 'Ml '.>t • , If I « f) 

Wl^r a < (> I ri> ln>l |Vml>>'rlnn RIdt 

Fred Smith & Co. 

AirC'TIONKCRK ANO VALUATORS 
Rlanntaard Street 

\l rriON SALE 
\I<)MUYAT2:00IMVI. 

(.Don V UK TION 

Hoitf efaold Farniture 
and Effects 

VICTORIAN SID&ROARD 
SHERATON CORNKR 
CABINET. ANTIQUE 
HALL MIRROK. ETC. 

Ill, I nlina Tlite' rhe^ti-tlield Suite.t Llovd 
l-iom Suite, almoat nrw 9tudi6 Lonnie 
1 nufhet. three upholitered Reed C'h»ir» 
■'IV eoort eieht-piece ninint'Ronn^ 8nhe 
lunette- Tah|r« and nin Chairv odd Ruf- 
fel*. \rry tniiA Double Bed.* - (■ooipir if . 

''rv,i> ,,,,1 itiniir Ma"rr>vr- enod 
I" •■' ■ . < ■ <• , rhe«M of Dr* <r: > n- 
' n • ..f Plll6w^ ('arpe'% H if^. 

o Kitchen Table* {"Kairi c'upbo«rrt« 
•l-i'<er« Ranir^ H>-*irr« «nrt the iim,*! 
• mei • ■■' ■ . ■•• • .. ►ff».-i» 

- • Ir 111.. 

Mnndx and lli>r«4a> at t P.M. 
PRRI) RMITH * rn 
<arllMiaer* rh«i<* mm 

Maynard & Sons 

AITTIONBERS 

iii,*tniet«>d bv the trmrrs. »e will 

>eU «t . i; s . .r-KKiin 731 - lU 

.lohiixoii N(rre' oil 

WIMNKshvy, |:;{o 
Ni'li tl. \\ i l|.K«'|t| I iiriii- 
lnr». lu^ \v\\ (*oo«l 
< luHh rtit l»| '^iiiii^. ( o|t».| 
nial Siin - Komii .*^uiir. ! 
>itiimon<. |i< (U. Ni, r ( ar- 
|>«*|J., Thrrr Book- of 

Slampjo, tir. 
Pull parveulara wtU tppm |ai«r 

MAVNAM * tONt. 



SET DATE f UK 
ANMLPAKLEV 

Victoria Table Tennis Asso- 
ciation Meeting to Be 
Held Ttiursday 

Plans for ih*- 1938-39 .s^-a.Mm will 
be laid at the annual mct uiiK of the 
Victoria Table Tenni.s a.->.'.<k lation. 
Thursday evening at the YJd.CA. at 
8 o'clock. ~ Hie (jarley Is upeii lu all 
ix-rson.s intri » ..!«-d in thus popular 
sport, now a recognized part of Vlc- 
u>nR a W >w» ef BpattB e a im dar. 

With the announcement of the 
;innual .'^ps.Mon came word of the de- 
( usiori to u.sr the lower ballroom at 
the Crystal Garden as the associa- 
tion headquarters durlnR the com- 
iiiR .sea.son Infer -city matche.s are 
planned with Vancoiuer, Seattle 
and Portland, with tlip cream of the 
American and Mainland paddle 
artists scheduled to visit Victoria. 

OfTlcer.s for the yrar will be 
elected at Thursdays parley, and 
many interesting and n«w stigges- 
tions for popularizing the sport here 
win bf brought up tar dL<tcu.«ision. 

m DOO CLUB 
TRIAISBILLED 

Annual Event ts Carded Next 

Sunday at Cowichan— 
Large Entry Expected 

The Victoria and District Oun 

DoK Club hold triaLs on blue grouse 
will bp lulO at Charters slashing. 
Ci)\Mi luiii Lake Road, on Sunday 
Augu.st 2i. The event will start ai 
9.30 o'clock and leading, pointer?; 
and .setters fioin V-incniiver Island 
krnnels will vie for honors. 

Clul^ officials yesterday announced 
that thpy expect a large entry for 
the trial.s, whK:h will be dividfd 
into all-aRe, puppy and novice 
.staki'K. All heats will be riui on 
difT' ient ground. 

riir Urower Cup will go ;o the 
(i'Udon Setter gaininK the largest 
number of point.s, while tlie T. Olcli 
lYrnihy will go to the dog winning 
the all-a«e. stake Other priaes will 

Iw CUPtl 

T. Dick, well - known Victoria 
portsman. will judge all events and 
placp the awarfis 

SjKTtator.s HIP liiviird to witne.ss 
the trial's but are anked not to gjet 
too close to the dogs while they air 
worktrnr AH non-con u^etmg dog.s 
mii.sf be k< pt on a le a.sh ui^tli r>ari|y 



Living-Room Has Old and New Charms 






Century-Old Colors Used With 
by Good 



Modern Materials in This House 



— Coiirteiy uouu n.ij..eKeepint. 



BEAUnrULLY proportioned and < decorated by Good Housekeeping i the fireside bench and wiug chair, 
designed Is t h 1 living-rooni .«iturilo. all of them elKhtoenth c entury de- 

which combines century -old designs i Combined with blue-gr een walls signs available today. 

are shades of old brown and tan In | Of equi 1 Importance witt\ this 
the chintz a t the windows and th e • livable color scheme is the choice 
upholstery on the sofa. The barrelltnd pTr ment of the furiTirure for 
chairs on either side of the fire- comfort and livablllty. Tlie pair of 
place are old red dam»»k. and a | comforuble barrel chairs are placed, 

soft, dusty-pink brocade U used on | with convenient small tables beside | white walls and blue-green trim 

x 



inspired by the Wllllamsburt reato* 
r ation In Virginia, with cha rming 
colors and modem materials 
room IS in an e.xhibition house at 
Roland Ptfrk. a Baltimore suburb, 
which has been fumiihed and 



thrill beside the fireplace These, 
with the .sola acin.v. Iroiii them, 
malie a nice con versa Uoi\al group. 
Bach piece of furniture is a fine ie« 

produrtion of an old roloi.ial [jiece 
lu the spirit of WiLLniLslnirg. 
too. Is the dining-room which com- 
bines old miutard yellow with chalk- 



Five Reconnizeri Standards 
Beaten at Outboard and 
Inboard Meet 



RroBANK NJ Aiic 20 r — 
Pi\e world .^ived siandaii;'. i.'-.ret' 
for (Hitbiirtrd motorboat* and two for_, 
Inboard.s. were written into thP 
record books today in ojifniiog event.- 
of t!:p .Natiiinal Sww^pitakes regatta 
Jack Cooper, fllty-eighi-.vear-old 
grandfather from Kansiu City, wlut . 
!.ist vear won botfi n'r >rd^ tor 2'1'S 
i iibic-inch h,\dioplaiit > aiii^ t!u' Nh- 
ti->i'j\l Swrep.stake.v r-.r;i (a: or' 
tin by lowering hus own mark for 
' ' -m ciaxs 

t' 'oprr. drnlnp Top.- II. set a 
.St lui.iKi of H:t 739 miles per hour in 

invn previous mark of 93.303 \^.*^- 
wrt.s 5ft here last year. 

CliMioii R FrrinLson of Waban. . ' ' 
Ma.ss aioouiited lor two record- 
hi. ikiiin out boardT>erformanre.s 
Wimung the second heat ol thp 
cla.s.s "A" amateur pvrnt he louche*— 
a <\M-c<<. 4 1 '-S4 i: .-. ,.; hour, " ■ .. 

KAJSTISI TI.MI 

fVrciuson turned in a sx.-d of 

•SO 840 niili .s an hi>;ii ! i (.),„. 

ever tirdlted to an outboard in coin- 
lirtition— in winning the first heat 
-f the nve-mile fpin for the claas 

X craft 

A \.r\ niidKri oiiilxMirt n , nid oi 
34 78J in.p h was set by Bert Stearie. 
of Pramlngham. Masa. 

Bdl.vjn Hedge.s Atlantir Citv N.J.. 
lawyer, traveled \2 13.S miles per 
hour in brtter t!i<- prevlou* standard^ 
of 4! 931 m.p.h. in winning the open- 
ing heat of the national clumpion- 
■^tup for gi cttbie Inch Inhoawio. 




name would be in lights on Broad- 
way. 

The thirty-nine-year-old play- 
wright says he has no thought of 
dashing off to New York to play the 

role of the successful writer. 

DUNC SUTHERLAND 

ELECTED PRESIDENT 



VANCOl'VER. Aug 20 'P — Diinr 
Sutherland, prole.vlonal at tlie 
Vancouvtr Point Grey Golf Club, 
was elected President of the Brit- 



Vancouver, are on the executive 



TOOK TEST WITH ■ 
SPIRIT AND DASH 



to rnirr the heai.s. 

Ffir further information telephone 
B Topp-Turnrr of IfVlti to 

f549 Adniiial'. Iload Rsquimslt. 

DISSOLVE ARMY TO 

ORGANIZE POLICE 

VADUZ. Liechtenstein.. Aug. 20 
•>V nir privat.e army of this pnn- 
fipaluy between Switzerland and 
Germany, ha« been dissolved, and a 
police force haa been organized In- 
*tPBd. 

The 14.000 Leu hten.stnn dii/^ tu 
will be prot«krted henceforth by 
twenty policemen. 

The Governmnr „( ■ thr irsi- 
denuh feel jialer w.mioh me armv 
which was made up of 530 fkrni 
hands. 



DyHBANjEAEH 

Black Particles in Sand 
Found to Be Valuable 
Mineral Deposit 

DURBAN —Nat, il'.s bo;iches may 
.sliortly piiividp a' pro.spertor 
with vyorld-wide experience with 
a small fortune. 

For years past holiday-makers 
have basked in the sun and al- 
lowed the warm sand to trickle 
thrnuRh their finRcrs — grftins of 
sand which left .small, black de- 
posits behind In doing so they 
have literally, let a .small fortune 
slip through their hands. 

Ipvestigations have proved*^ 
the black particles to be 11- f 
hienlte, the metallic substance ' 
which is a basis of the world s ,„to,l<aled Motorist OOrs ThMiwh 
be.st white paints. , xryom ...d Ms,, ihn.ugh 

Tlu' main .source of the world's (.arjcr at Nperd 

.supply (if thi.s hi a\y .sulistance, ! 

which Is valued today at be- BREMERTON. Wa.sh.. Aug. 20 
tweeni $10 and $15 a ton. i.s a ',. v. —Walter Morrlmk. fifty, thought 
littli -frffiLicnled brarli on thf !.h»y lold him lo k" sixty milts an 
Indian cua.sl, and it is collected hour, he ek01atoied as he picked hini- 
by the most primitive methods 
and .shipped m tlimi.s.uuls of tons 
to America, wlit-ro u i.s treated 
and turned into white paint. 
PAYABLK DKPOSITS 

The prospector, who is now a 
resident of Natal, haa arrived 
at a deci.sion that thr drpusits 
on the Natal coast .ue payable 
Samples have been colleclcd and 
.sent to Pretoria and London for 
a.ssaA'. as it is known that there 
IS fj .snvall amount of tin in- 
duaed in the deposits on the 
b e ach e s. ■■ ' 

Durban .s beach amnr ha.s iiro- 
videa a fair "crop" of Umenite. 



SHaiEltWOULD 
BE EraSIVE 

Hundreds of Millions Cost of 
Bomb-Proofs for Wliole 
: Population 



Wash Given 
To Cenotaph 

As Prosiest 

EOINBUROH ( BUP ) .—A novel 

prosiest has just been made by 

two men in Edinburgh who have 
Riven the city's Stone of Re- 
membrance, the rrnotaph erect- 
ed at the City Chambers, an un 



LONDON-— «BtfP) . — London's 

ish Columbia Profesitional Associa- < Population could be made safe official, but hiuch-needed wash, 
tion here. I from high e.xplo.sive bomb.s for The men, who had no author- 

Fred Wood wa.s returned as sec- i about $43.5.000,000 or a little ^" '''' ^''^'^ P"" ''''l'-f1 

retary. Fred Bums, of Victoria, and Imore than $50 a head, the As- 
Jimmy Huish and Dave Mt Lend of . 

Aisistants dc- 



unqur.sl loiied in spite of the larl 
, that numerous city officials 
sociatlon of Architects Surveyors \ passed while they were doing it. 



and Technical 

Clares. 

The architects' report, ba.sed 

on the re.sulfs of a years rc- 
sraich, .stales that bomb-proof 
shilicrs .sunk fifty fret m 
London's great strata of blue 



clay would be only .sliRhlly more burgh's neglect. 



Latrr it w.»s ItMrnrd that the 
men were members of the Pen- 
sion League, which considered 
that the cenotaph is too often 
111 a t^riiny .stati' and that vi.silors 
from the Dumlniuns in particu- 
lar must be surprised at £dln 



self out of wreckage at the city 

motor vehicle trfting .station. 

Morelock whcrlcd hi.s car iiitii the 
station, and uas told to go six miles 
an hour tliroiii;li thr brakr trst. 

He drinjprd his hands !rom the 
v^iic<I pu h<(l the ac(»'lerator to the 
noorboard. At ttiirty he clipped ah 
attendaht'.s booth, at thirty-five he 
■(aarreri aftrndant?, at the brake 
tfst mat lune. al thirt.\ -eiKhl lie lell 
thr laiion. and al forty his car 
crashed, into an embanl^ment. 

Police Judge Frank" 
eluded hr' a.s intoxlrrTtem, 
I.^O. rrvoked his driver's 
a >ear, and ordtpred him 



exiKiKsive to build than the 
covered surface trenches ad- 
vocated by the Government '.s 

A R P p(jliry 

The trenches, It I.s pointed out, 
I would be merely bla.st and 
splmtrr-proof and would pro- 
vide no protection from 
I the danger of high expi i v< 
bombs, while the suRne.trd 
' shelters would afford perfect 
protrrtion against high ex- 
plo.sives. - _ 

Plans for the proposed .shelters 

.show tunnel.s .seven feet .six 
inches hiRh and six leet three 
•inches wide, lined with steel 

They wfuild be Ka.s-pri -d and 
, contain air-CDnditioniiii; piants. 



One of the men carried a pail 
of hot water. They took <df 
their caps and roats. rolled up 
tlicir sleeves, carefully rriimved 
two weather-worn wreaths, and 
set to work. Thay completed the 
job quickly and well, and then 
'lie hdf'parted, hoping that their un- 
ii.siial form of protest would re- 
sult 111 more regular attention 
bniiK Riven to the matter by 
the city fathers. 



r A'^sK.s I r Ml i I iM,,s 

SAN FHANCl.-^CO. Aug. iO" vl' - 
The 8an Francisco Chronicle says 

l. i.iKiit C. .S >io\A.(id.s girai .^takc 
ilar, beabwuH. wili pas.i up iiiccl 



Ryan eon- 
mert htm 
li ence for 
til pay $35 



It Is considered that In recent 

years this has brconie more 
prominently visible a.s a reiUlt 
of the dumping of sand off the 
beach which has been dredged 
from the hay. 

The bay, the prospector says, 
i.s a natural sump for the de- 
posit of the heavy particles 
washid down the rivers The 
dredRirs have picked up tlie de- 
posits, dumped them at sga and 1 old wife. 



lor damages to state equi iment 



dre-ssiriK- rooms and Xlecontam-.UiHis at- the =Ofth#«m» «tat« Fair al 
jinalion faciUtie!|. jisacramento and ai Longa. rrs tra< k. 



A Lorifi QnnrM 
Ends ill Divorce 



HKI.SINGPORS. Finland Aug 20 
A petitioner, . eighty-seven 
yrar.s old nalked into-->a Plnhish 

paii.li <niirl and aj-krd fnr a 
di 



BUiLDINbS AKt OF 
EMPIRE TIMBER 



Seattle, and will run next lor tne 
Hawthorne Gold Cup at Chicago. 

MIsIOOK HI.S OKDl.Ks 

MOSCONV, Aug. 20 '/f; - I old to 
.segregate the mentally backward, E 
I Glladchenkov. chairman of a vihagr 
LONDON- fBUP).— S t o r a ge '«ovlet. wnt thirteen villagrrs to a 
bnilduiRs ron.structed entirely 
of Empire timber except for the 
concrete foundations and the 
roof covering of corrugated as- 
bestos .sheeting, and said to be 
the largest of their kind built' In 



sanitarium Disltnissed and tried, 
f iliad' iirnkov tesUtl«'d lir tliought 
riirntaliy ba^kwaMd meant poht.i .iii. 
backward. The thirteen were sane 



v^ne from his eighiy-flvc-yeir Qreat Britain in the past eighty 



Bl'TTE Mont 
stiKking of thr 



Aug 



20 4^ -Re- 

iiiounUiln ' 



thry have been washed up by 
the force of the tides. 

A company i.s now being 
formed to deal with the de- 
posits which caii be found along 
r!-,r north .Hid .soiiih coast. F.n- 
deavors will probably be made 
to trace the s3vlrce of Umenite 
in the Natal hinterland. 



area with mountain goats and sherp 
w ill await the time when more sue- 
ces.sful method* are devised for 
call liiiiE fliosp warj animals. 

Hunters sent mtto mountam sheep 
country to bring back ' some live 
^pri imen s for re stocking purposes 
reported the snimaUi wrtf IBB UMrf' 
to be catight in traps and too fleet 
to be 'captured by roping 



The Court— "When were you mar- 
ried?" 

'Petit inner- Si pt fi. 1873 " 
The Court ^"When did you start 
fiuarrplling'" 

Prt i! loner .srpi 6 187,1 ' 
The cotirt— Divorce granted 



MOTOBCYCUilTS PERFORM 



years, have Just been formally 



ONE POUND. ONE EOO 

COLLEGE STATION. Tex . Aug 



GIVES ESTIMATE 
(IF FAKM INCOME 



Bureau of Bconomlra Reti Amount 
To Be Recehretf by Farmers 
At $7.500.00O.M« 

WASHINGTON. Aug SO (M^-'l^^ 
United StHte.s Bun au of Am ii ulturai 
EconoMic.s pstiniatrd today that 
farmrr.s ( ash inroinr thus year would 
be $7,500,000,000, or 1.' 7 [ir; rrnt Ir ,s 

than last years, and H;. .^m■lUe^t 
.sinir \03h. 

The estimate wa« based On sale ot 
farm products and Ooverpmeni 

hfiK t]< 11,1 vinrn!,'. 

I-a.s; yrar.s cash Imome v^gK re- 
IKirird at $8 «no ooo.nno or the larges' 
since 19;i0. Thr ra.sh im uinr for I'lr 
first .sevrn moiutis of rlii.s vrm wa^ 
$.3.98.^ 000 000 or I t pr; < rn! Irvs 
than for the January-July prriud 
la.st year, the bureau said 

It forrca.st thr gro.s.^. income— 
wliRh iiicUKle.s the cash income and 
tlie value of prodiieU eon.sumed on 
the farm—wmUd ' .'ii »h : .(mhvi ooo 
thu year. . It Wa., sin 'i(i.> imu.ooo lii.s|, 
• ar and $9,317,000,000 in 1938. 



AEKIAE ACROBAT 
FALLS TO DEATH 



Plunger From Ifwi I ..<it <trr\ Tnwer 
Whilr Crowris Hall h l liink- 
ing It Act 

CASPER, Wyo. Aug 20 ,T A 
woman aerial acrfifiat .vw iini riu./iiy 
through tlie air t(xiH\ Ihr .siadnirii 
crowd, thinking It was part of the 
■:(>:> tin/r int.. 'i:.; , a monirnt 
latrr tlir prifoni.'r ■•; irk the 
grtiui.d ail ■ rlif fl 'ii. ail! : ■. 

The victim was Luna Dunkel. 
twrnty-fhree She plimged 100 feet 
from fhr top of a strrl town 

M'.ii'rnr thrry» oilirr tiiriiibrrs 
of t'lr •• . Morn Riga. Latvia, 

'lung puiarl(ni.'.ly to a platform 
and tropf > at the top of the tower. 

Irpniblmg ,ind \iu-^h\i to rv;,;i,ii, 
thr arndrnt, the three were resriied"' 
by a fire drpartment ladder crew. 

The surviving acrobats are Jamrs 
Oargoliua, Wilhelmlns Clmse and 
Alfrrri Nrpa^t«. non« Of whom 
s|)eak English. 



WRITES A PLAlfj 
STAYING ON JOB :^ 



Tla>'« right to K.rn Post of (iriting 
More Pr -ItiF^aro 
Muk. 




POLLY HAS A OUE8T 
B but-^it-'t is v-very h-hard 
M-my m-msster st-t-stuMars." — 



PAOLl. Pa , Aug 20 </^^ — ClifTord 
CKiidsmith. wrote the Broadway hit. 
"What « Life." and hopes to ring 
thr bri; -x.^h ,Tr.o:hrr But he Is 
gung to kwp fight on with his old 
Job'-^^IIlng thr"" public "thr tdea of 
drinking more milk 

George Abbott purrha.-e of :hr 
farre twenty-four hours after tlold- 
smlth mailed it from his Chaster 
County farm home last April ful- 
raed his twent - rnr ambition for a ! 
I ^'aJre career -shHt At rred years ago 
b . • bit performances before camera 
and foothght.< 

Duappointed bv his stage failures, 
the fslLblue-e^d Fjuf? A irrtra N Y , 
rsfiv^ became educationai director 
for thp Philadelphu Intersute 
Dairy T'^-ip'-i! as a pr uf es etu i i . But 
always he antteipatad llM d^i Ma 



N A N A I M O Aug 20 P'lltfrn 

ihmidred people wrrr enlertainrd 

here tonight on fhe^ Central Sports 
Grounds by members of the Victoria 
MptWO'cle Club when they staged 
rodeo featured by a spotiichi pa- 
rade. 0 foo'tbatl game on cydps. 
tlo ww g tuntj i bv individual rlder« 
and a grand final** by "Suicide" 
Frank Bav!i.\s ria«hing a flaming 
wall. Thr pv'iii wri'- fK nsored by 
the Nanalmo Kinsmen s Club. 



opened by Sir Earie Page, deputy 120. tJVr R. M. siicrwooU. ciurf t^i.- 
Pr^me Minister. -[the poultry hu.sbiindry divLsion^ of 

The buirdlngR are intended to | the Texas agricultu ral experime nt .«i 
riemonstntr the u.se to which , station, lia; found ;t takrs about f'n 
Empire timber can be put. and j pound'> o; irrd a month to krep a 
at the .same time to empha.si« | turkr-. iirn iiiuinp in the Isylng sea- 
the desirability of using timber v.: aid it -akfs about one pound 
ln~a~moment when the demand of .''>*d prod r or.r pg^ 
for steel for armament purposes 
I.s pressing. . ' 

The ,shed.s. ererttd at w'Harves 
at CUpton car, hold nvT. than 
1.2^0.000 ciibir feet of timber, 
the side.s are built of Australian 
fimbrr and Ihf roo( trusses are 
of (■■ai .'idlan pirtr 



REWARD FOR BRAVFRV 

Tearhrr Wiiai did 'hr Hoitmo 
foldir.'.s sfimetimr-, receive as a re- 

*yd for bravery? - 

Pupil -Property. 

Trai hrr -Oivp an Px.amplr 
Pupil Horatnui krpt tfiP hndgp 



. SI.MII.AR I.RKAVn 

i 

' Itirrp^X™"^ Mr* Blank What, 
brine Tipr to Florida. I wonder** 
fil e want* to get rttf of h^r j 

rhru!na'i.»m " . . _ . . . 1 

B 1' -x y.: did she bring her three I 

dsiigtiters'' ' • i 



_. . - - _ Oil she wantjito get rlrt\ of them 



Taken for Ruhhififi] 




"No, 1 never put anythlnt in the 
iuteac* rsrk It is so easy to forge' 
Uungs. — Lustifs Bachso. Lotpag. 



-tH^->NBf>N ' BUP • — For ♦ wo 
d.i'. ^ a iramp < ,irrled in hf 
P'>' krt an emerald and dia.M. :,d 
pendant worth $4,000, th;- ^'i: ir 
iLJwas Ju.st "rubbish 

While lodl^iitj fi-;r a doorway to 
sirep 11, the elderly dowi.-and- 
' r .saw somet'hlnR gUt'ermg in 
thje gutter outside tlfie opera 
house He picked it up and went 
on in his search for a bed 

Not untU two days l^ter. dur- 
ing which time a frantic search 
was being maile for the ewel 
which bielonged to the Countess 
of Mjnster did he read of the 
l(Ma In a newspaper j 
On handing the pendant over 
T.r p.>iire he raeatved a re- 
j ward of $3'* 




RELAnONS 
'•Good morning' 
' I do ndt know you."* 
"We are related " 
• How that' 
Vn ir F'.r. u the dsughtsr of m, 
Rotf -rlnt«reasante Blatt, Vienna. 




PKfltTING 

FOR- 

F V F. R Y 



Printing , 
Lithographing 
Bool(biniling 
Paper Riling 

STFfl Dif STAMPING 
COPPERPLATE PRIKTING 

The Coloni&t 

M\\ M O AP tT M I T 



7 



HUE ouii 



Chei Srailb 



THE DAILY COLON I ST, VICTORIA. B.C^ ^UXDAV, AUGUST 21, 1938 

' APFL*: MARY 



By Martha Orr ^ 





[QOjt STALLIKJG, and OET 

otjy OP the: wmeflcmaiR. 
YOU'LL NCVER KNOW IF VOU 
CAM WALK. UNLESS i^Tny 
IT. Do<NJ'T BC A 
5CARTY CAT 




COME ON. VOU BIG 
EABV UB 





WHAT A ROTTEN BRtAh. VOUR 

G«AAlOMA'» COMING OUCQ 

MOW Wt'LL HAVE TO 
WAIT TILL SOMI. OTHtK 
TIME.. I'm 50RRV, 
PKNNIL 




TODDY 



Dropping Anchor I 



By George Marcoux 



-Lt i »n Air Mall Letter f«r Uil" 




WE'RE GO N'T HAVE A SHOWDOWN RIOHT 



WALKIN'WOODEN LE6 



MA-HA,-H^-H^!BLOW 
ME DOWN WITH A 



'N'TME DPOWNIN'SCARE/ MARLIM SPIKE-X 
'N'TALKIN' HORSE?/? J HAD Yfe GQiN'/ 



-AN'X WiMAND TO ) AYE- AYE, 

IN THE WOODS ?/?/F0R<i^5rERS 

ON A PAkM 





tkij; CHIEF WAIIOO 



-AKl'r ANCHORED HERE FOR A FEW DAYS 
akl^-T'HA^>^ Ay-tiipTLE>FJ>tJ V'/iTM SO^E>OP 

THE M AGiG r Piekao UP in hait r- vEAR& 



SO REEF yOtm^SAttS^N' DROP 




WAMOO THINKS HE'S TAKINO 
AN APE IMPERSONATOR 
TO THE SHIP COSTUME 
BALL — BUT IT'S A REAL 
GORILLA, WHICH WILL GO 
WILD AT TMP SIGHT OI» 
AMOTHE^ 



H* 1;m4 to Re » BIc Gmm 
Hanter!" 



I N Kids siaitrd to BuUd » B«ck- 
Hlop for Our H ill F irld— Thrn Alonf 
Comes the «.o\<rnment— Now 
Look!" 



Llh irS LIKE THAT - By Fred Nehet 



MMMI NOW 
WHERE HAS 
> WAHOO 
WANDERED 






I USH' XOU LOOK 
LI K t »e W l LLA.JO 

BUT YOU DON'T 



SOUND LIKE ONE. 
WAHOO GIVE UM 
LESSON TO YOU 





WHEN W6 G6T 
TO 9U» PALEFACE 

PARTY, YOU 
SOCKUM CHEST- 
LIKE THIS — 
'an' GIVE UM YELL 




Bv Sau nders and Wogg Qn_ 

Pr^EAP 600D! YOU LEAPNUM 
FA 




^AST— SOUND NTARlY 
LIK9 RKAL APE C'MON 
WE GO TO PARTY NOW 





POriLiYL 



By bcgar 



•H« Mftiir li 



GOES OUYTO HER- 

VE5 \ SNATCHED HER 
FROM DEWK^ DOOR- 
5HE*S STH.L > 
UNCON^aO U 

^ I'LL GO 
TRY TO 6ET 
^, VA f\ 

n MEDAL 




POP 



CHiEF I^VNISTER; 
\ THiNK WIMPV 
OUGHTA OET A 
MEDAL FOR SAVIN' 
OLWE FROM THEM 
OERN OF -MINGS 

THM'5 
RtOHT 






TM BRINGIN YA A 

MEDAL. WIMPY- 

/ 



fi/ OON T 
BRIt4Q ME 

A MEDAL- 




^^e 



ant TiiitiRs llaptirnlnE Mrrv May »nd All Vo« Cm 

Think About U B Red I-irIiI: ' 





TMAT 

OOOQ , 
, COULDN T 
BKN TO 

~TMEr WASU POOM, 





V. ■ ■ 

m 



One Wenl Uoivn mUle lite Oilier W eni Lp 



< 





.- n.l, « 





Bv I Millar Watt 
1 - 



7 WAT 

MAV6 

BFfN 

AFTER 
ALL'. 





TILLIE THE TOILER 



jml l*luy to Mui: 



HOW LON6 HAS 
MA,C BEEN eOlNG 
AftOUND IN CIRCLES?. 



ALL HlsmOO VOLLTHINK VoU 
LIFE IF ^ CAN GET HIM DOWN 
YOu'aSKISAPELV MR 51MPKINS2 
ME 



HE'S A-)( YOU'D 
FRAIO CItHINK 
TO COMEJ) ^ 
DOWNr^(COUL0 
.^j^WlTH THAT r iLAND 



HOME-MADE I-.I1F HE 
AN0IN6-6EAR)) CAN 
TAKE 




50N'T WOPRY """'LV-IE^THiS IS aL, 
BIG MODERN PLANE~.IT HAS A TWO 
WAY RADIO AND WE'LL (StVC MAC 
INSTRUC TIONS HO W TO LAND 

SAFELY J C7^ 



GOSH^ThAT BiGi 
PLANE'S FOLLOW I 

WANTA PLAY 
FOLLOW THE 
LEADER 



By We/ tover 




Fifty Tom W ill 

NORTH VANCOUVER. Aug. ao j 
«r^-Enitlnes for H.M C.ST Comox. j 
nrv ( unndinu oi UK'.'^wrrper. wrr- ' 
brouiht VitTf by the str.inislilp | 
Darltnirton Court from Bore 1. Qu«- i 
bfc. uhere thfy wwe coniUucted. 

They uTigh about fifty toru*, ] 
rlu-'ivr of bollrr Ir, t:ii:aMnt- of the — 
engines will be started at once, ami 

It win ukt lU vwta to 

UM )ob. 



NO Dovn 




DIXIE DUGAN 



Remedy 



r 



"OoUig pway? When are you 
going 7" 

"t don't know A fortune- teller 
"Fpir^tr \ Act Inn nr^rr than ^alrl that 1 • ' m.nk" a long 

mtrrted »Mmrn. - Th« Utl«t get . Jovirney." — Oaizctuno IHu«M»to. 

let ouMh e( IL | V^nlci. 



By J P McEvoy and-J^ ki. btri^ebel 



- AND FOR THAT MAIADTY 
GOT A MMEDY / 




i 



24 



VHE DAILY COLONIST. VlCiOKIA. B.C.. bO^^DAV, ALGLbi' 21. 1938 



CAVtKNS m. 

BIOAIimilON 



Famous Caves of Cnrlshad 
. Havr Different Appeal lor. 
Many Visitors 



LATgest »nd loi-..''^' cnvr* ever 
dl«!>o.vered tre the C nrUsbud Cavern;. 

Ui lhe Ou(Ml»Iupe Mount»lns of N« » 

Mexlo-v • : ! '"• "■'>''"• 'f'P ^'■<*'" i tice' 
El Pa>". I ' ^ ' '^^ Sun«et ' 

Wld OoW«!: ^^'■>'*- r.>ii;r.s of the 
Southern I'' ( ' ini) " v. 

The ra\r:ns wrrr prin ii»tmed • 
naUnnafpark in 1930 nipy arr 750 
ffrt umleriiround. One .ipacloiwi 
ov^rn 'the Big Boom I 1« more than 
— ♦Jvrfe-quaJtrrs of a milf In.Pncfh, 
With a celling renrhir.i? 300 frr-t Jii 
many place*. E\en now the caverns 



genfl«m«l1 wert aeated behind'* 

crescei ' ->lin;M '! • ■ • 

LA( K or fOKMALirif 

' Noting the entire abMnoa oT any 

f .in.H:i!\ ;i1 their dre«a, he 
iiuK'it tie iiMaled Into thinking that 
they irert Ihe^rteton of Mm* eom- 

I>«nv Jlr would probably be «ur- 
l.i.M-tl f > loam Ih.tt hr WBA present 
at H MlUnK' ol il.<' Miprfine cniirt of 
ttppeal ol the Empire, the Judicial 
Commltt»e of tha Privy Council 
Tor one of ftie Idlo-syrcVattta 'bf dur 
Inw b I Mat I ho niorr imitorttrf Ihr 
frtbuna!, tlie If; ^ i. > , 'ri:'l> i.t ai f 
the httblUmenta which cu.\tom bkl.*; 
I hem don when they dLtpente Ju*- 
A mere county court JudRo l5 
resplendent In purple. While a Kihk s 
Bench 'piilsneV Judge has srarlei 
and e{pMn^ AM«ndlr\g to the Court 
of Appeal, we f^nd plain black allk 
frowTU arr tlie orrirr^of the day, 
while supreme tribunal* of all. the 
House of Lord* and the Privy Coun- 
cil, abhor nil rrpaliH. and give their 
pporh-makUiK deci.sions In lounf 
.sult.'^. and aometlinM •ven cot 



Is Awe-Inspirinij Sij^ht 



many places. r.>rii nuv. i^u.v....^ .mjii.>. aim* -...^ 

^^^^ t^\\^,,,^A ..../-( i> t -1 r^i-tf'^l kPVPII ... 



been followed anrl ni;tpp''d •'^fven 
miles of which are now pqulpjw'd with 
fine paths and art fully concealed 
f . ' '.s.- Tempcraiture In the-i- 
l i .i . .ilways nfty-slx degrees. 

Appeallnfc to the visitor are the 
utterly f.iiiin^tic array of carved 
llme.stone lot malloius, giant Illy pad.s 
tot«m polr.s. drapes, and numberless 
' natural statues of saints, men and 
.•nlmala. the mammoth Rock of Agee 
(estimated ace .Mxtv million yrarM. 
Vi.sitors r;in walk into the cave.s or 
be lowered In ;in elevator. Once 
underground, they eat lunch at a 
unique lunchroom and tour the 
cavema for three hour.'- 

ThU one-day elde-trlp 1* highly 
popular with travelers en route to 
or from the East via Sniit!;rrn Pa- 
cific's Sun.set route betwrm I-os 
AnReles and New Orlpan.«;, ai.fl 

Golden State rwtg iKtftgfl 



Fortunately, the English and 
Srrittl.'^h I^w U)rd5 who sit ragularly 
on the Committee haVe extraor- 
dinarily adapt.ihlp tr..n<1.v and f\nd 
it easy to acquire a Rood working 
knowledge of the various laws which 
thev have- to administer. Some 
judges from the vamu.s part.s of the 
Empire al.'^o .sit. 

"The quiet gentlemen at the table, 
without fuss or robes or wigs, 'hum- 
bly advise His Mnjf t>' how to dis- 
pose of the appeal.' They put it 
that way becau.se thev have no power 
to order or decree. But their advice 
is always taken, and to It comes to 
the .same thing In the end." 




P„.,*„, Knu. tfffi coiiNCll TO 

"' ""' MEET mmm 



(.l.ASOOW, AiiB 20 <f _ The 
GUigow Civic Council spent 
elght««n houn today and yesterday 
df batinK the corporation's £36.000.000 
<)ijo,ooo,ooo> budget. Dtbat« atftfted 
at 1 pm yesterday Md flnlahad at 
7 a.m. today. 

Yhe lengthy argument sent some 
councillors to sleep. . But Mrs. Jean 
Mann senior mngLstrate, whobhared 
the chair urh the Ix>rd PrOVOSt, Sir 

John Blew art, made the moat of the 
time. 8lM almost eortiplttwl knlttlnr 
a sock. 



POPULAR SCHOOL 



Coniidar Btyal Athletir Park 
Cbargaa aai IspaBdliar* of 



Your Health and Your Weight 

FOtf K CLAMW OF DIET— LIQUID. SOFT. UGUT. 

KEOULAR 

■ »r JAS. W. BARTON, ** ^ 



A request by baseball Interests for 
a rearrangement of the percenUue.s 
charged by the city for the uie of 
Royal Athletic Park will be consid- 
ered by the City Council at a meet- 



need of the hospiul; OM who eould 
provide n turii-Jilng food Mid have 



|nc to be held tomorrow at 3 30 p.m. i llttla or iu> wule. 

The council will also deal with a Xater. the value of vaHeiy In the 
recommendation by the parks com- I food became an Important point 



mltiee In connection with the ex- 1 aa thr api^elile had to t>e considered, 
pendlture of a .sum of money alio- Thu m army lif<v where rxartly the 
dated to Victoria by the Dominion same aniounta aitd kinds of food 
Government, through the Provincial ] are provided, some uniu f?lt )tappy 
aovernment, for recreational actlvl- and well fed on the .same rationi 



Tides at Victoria 



Antreles and Chicago. 



auousT 

Tim* of UdM (Pirtfle ittndird flir») 
y | jj^tcteria. > C. ft rr.oi ■'. of a .suit 



ties In Lhe city. 

Two petitions will come before the 
I couiicil, one from residents In the 
Loral u<)>^• Instiiiitinn Kst»hlishrd vicinity of Selkirk Water, complsln- 
Twenty-Sfven Years— Prepara- j^g of the nuisance caused l^y cln- 
1^ Ufli^ f orJEncljksl^^ • iders irom .'awmllLs, and th« o ther 

For ovrr t"Axnty-flvc year.s, St. 
Michaels School has mauitained a 



Not meny years ate there was no quid at room tcmptntwrr sufh^s 
such hospital ofBclal as the dietl- clear soups, fruit Juloes. milk, gruel, 
tian. rxnpt (wrhaps'ln some of the eggs, and .sugar solution.*.; and 
large (I'v )v».i>iiaU. A good eco- tho!>e ^oocl^ whivli ate hquid -at 
noniical cook, was the Important body temperutufr &uch a.s ice cream. ' 

jell-o. gelatin, butter and fruil Jel- 
lies. Foods of tl.i.s k.iiC. RM' «.a.~'.,\ 
digested because they are in liie 
liquid state, wh4cli ii the first stage 
In digestion. 

The soft diet prepared from the 
fixxl.s Inrludcd m tlie luiuid diet 
and in addition the group of' -soft 
foods ^hich Include Uie nnely di- 
vided tad. co^'K<^! f. oci£. .fiucii as 
pufees of fru;;> .i . l vr^iitablo . 
custards, crn-nL , :, • aiut 

soft eggs.' Both_lhc liquid and solt 
diet Is given two to three hours 
apart atx>ut six times a day. 



while their neiKliboMiiK unit was 
almost rlotou.s about ii.e ttri.tj.e 
food provided. The only dlfTerence 
I was in the -Variety of ways one cook 
;:>, i:<d the same foo()s as cqm- 



Visitors gaze in speechless wonder at the rich colering and fantastic 

walls of the " I cmplc of thf Sun." one of the mighty chain of Under- 
ground palaces, banquet ha Us and amphitheatrps which comprise Carls- 
bad Caverns. 



CULBtRTSON COM RACT 

By Ely Culbcrlson 
IVorlJ'i Champ'ton /^lujycr and Greatest Card Anatyit 



COURT LACKS 
DSTENIAIiflM 



Privy Council Conducts 
Hearings Without Manii 
Accessories 



ITimt K'tlTtm* H'ttTtmt ■ iiTlm* U 

D «U !H.M rt IH ft.lH U Pt.lH M f 

~1 . I 1 OS 4 4i • SS «l|ia 13 4.7:l« 30 

2 . I 3 14 .I Sl • » ft.t|13:ll I.S.IS 48 

s ..I 3 JO 3 ^ I no JO 

4 . I 4 21 » 2 1 120 54 

5 ..| 8 20 2 8' 1 121 35 

:n 3.41 1 ,22 1< 

:»» 3.1116'Sl 7.Bllt'35 7 * 23 Oik 

31 2 1 17 01 7 8 30 00 7 5 23 50 



With members of the Canadian 
Bar Association prominent among 
the visitors In the clt\. ntfonflon l.s 
diverted .to matters pertali;ine to 
the Cotirts. In this connection. In- 
tere.stlne faef.s relative to the sit- 
tings of the .Judicial, Commlttoe of 
the Prlvv Council, the final court of 
Vppeal In the Empire, appeared In 
The Overseas Mall. 

' We have a wav In London of 
dealing with n\o. t important things 
In an unassumliiR manner," says The 
Mall. "If. for Instance, a easiinl 
vl.'itor to London ■xfv '(^wr mom- 
liip to riitT ail ojx'n flixirw.iv In 
I)')-.i.iiic^ Street, walk up a ."-hort 
flight of .stairs, paM through a small 
ante-chamber and push axide a 
heavy nirtnin. he would f^nd him- 
self In a large and lofty room, nt the 
- end of which three^or four eldrrly 



1 1 

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13 
14 
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17 
IS 
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20 
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7 1 10 SS 3 6 17:40 7 SiSS IS 61 

6 5 II 05 4 3 17 59 7.7| 

4 »l « 08 « 3 II 35 5 0 18 15 

3,9! IJO I » 11 )S 16 II 15 

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1 91 

1 7 15 39 

I « 15 :3 

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5 41 8 15 
80 9 15 
7 6; 9 55 
7 2 10 31 

6 T 1110 
. 3 4 7 50 

3 2 10 04 



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7 4 17 46 
7 4 19 )0 

1 8 15 30 

2 3 15 45 

2 8 16 05 

3 5 le 3S 

4 4 16 51 
5.3 17 21 
6 5 II 45 
6 5 12 05 



,...110 40 
....120 40 

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7 2 23 OS 
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7 6 20 ^5 
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7 9 22 35 

7 9 33 30 

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Thf tin.» In P»rm« lUndtrd for 

the 120tli MrrldUn *f»t. U If counted 
■from 0 to 34 houn. from tiildnleht to mld- 
nltht. The fliuren for hHiht ierte to dli- 
tlMfulsh hl8h. filter from iow w»l»r 
Whpre bUnldi occur In the ttblf. the tide 
rl^« or f«n« continuously durins two »ijc- 
cr-\n\a tidiil rmnrln without turnlns. 

The I fUht Is In fcft sn.d tenths of ■ 
font, mratured from ths averts* level el 
low water. 



Scieniiits tell us that xuture 
usuaUy provides compensations for 

deflcleneles. ' ' - --^on who Is 
not too weU endowed with grey 
matter is likely to be a physical 
marvel, and so foi^tA. It U UO Bid 
llvai nature h.xs overlooked bridge 
players. Take the matier ol the 
habitual overbidder. It Is rare In- 
deed that he can irfay the cards well 
enough to justify his acute optim- 
ism! Note today's hand: 
.soufh. dealer. 
Both .sides vulnerable. 

- NORTH 
A J 8 5 
V K Q 9 S 
e A 7 2 
4 6 S 4 
WEST EAST 



T OMOB » OW * HAND 

South, dealer. 

Both bides vulnerable. 

Match-pouil duplicate. 

NORTH 
A 6 A * , — 



Toa^tmastcr (to chairman of pub- 
1 11c meeting)— Would you like to 
propo .e your toast rtow, my lord, or 
should we let them enjoy themselves 

a blf longer? 



* 10 9 


* Q 


V .1 10 5 a 


¥ A 7 4 3 


♦ K 10 3 


e Q J 6 4 


♦ Q J 10 9 


* « 7 3 2 


SOITTH 


AAK76432 


V 6 




f 9 8 5 


* A K 




The bidding: 




South West 


North E&st 


1 A Pa.vt 


3 V 


4 NT P.i: .s 


5 ♦ Pass 


6 * ' Pa.ss 


Pass Pass 



V 9 6 5 2 
e A 10 9 8 4 3 
4 None 

WEST EAST 

* J 8 7 5 2 A IC^O 9 
V743 VKJIO 

e Q 7 e J 6 a 

♦ K J 5 * 9 8 6 4 

SOUTH 
* A Q 

V A Q 8 . . 

e K 5 

« A Q 10 7 3 a 

Mr. Culbertson will discuss this 
hand in tomorrow's article. 



reputation which adheres to the 
finest principles of Instruction and 
.school tone. Today tfie~establish- 
ment numbers Ui old boy.s m all 
parts of the-'werld, and the school 
has shown tremendous growth and 
expansion. '' 

Situated on the corner of Wlnd- 
.sor and Roslyn Road.s, Oak Bay. .st 
Michael's was originally intended to 
take twelve bo>'8. Today there Is 
arcommodation for between seventy 
and eighty, ranging In age from 
eight to approximately fifteen 
years. The preparation Is for 'Bag- 
Yah public schools, second year 

lliph .'il l.' «• 

OKl.A.M/LD OAME.S 

Recognl^ng- tin Deneiits both 
from H ph\si('al and a mental 
:-,tandix)int, Vr.c liluyinc of organized 

gnmco rnkrs a pro ni ir.mt pinre :n 
the school life. Rugby, soccer, 
cricket and hockey are played un- 
der .super lalon, and while these 
Rames arc not compul.so.y, every 

1 boy 1.^ exported to take part. 

i Physical or infantry drIU forms ' a 

!"part of the curriculum. 

Accommodation for boarders is at 
St. Michael's School House, on Vic- 
toria Avenue., where foUr dormi- 
tories are under the supervision of 
the he. dmaster. Mrs. Symons. and 
two resident masters. 




cricket ground. _ . 

A fcUggesUeiLby D Arry Martin. 
1512 Vlning Street, that the council 
should Introduce a noise ivnliul by- 
law similar to that pa.ved by the 
city of Vancouver, will be <;i.n u&.sed. 
In this respect, a further letter h:is 
been rer-eued at the City Hall from 

Cecil French, Who deacrlbes the nolae 
.situation in VtetMtA M -WiU-nlgh 

intolerable." 

A letter from N. W. WhItUker, 
K.C , M P P . regarding sanitation 
conditions at Beaver Lake will come 
before the council. 

SUNRISE AND SUNSET 



(actor from the ^itandpolnt of ap- 
petite. A tray attractively arranged 
-Are^Htnet^ ey» of- 4>ie patient. 



the mcaLs axe it;\ia juit iluee 
times a day: The solid foods now 

then the ta.ste buds merve endlnpM ' .idded to t: - di- ■ <-..ti-i.^t of thtv^n 
in his mouth and the lining of the i easily di«« l< .1 .sui h us bread. 



AoausT 

Time of s'jnrne and stuitet (Pscint 
»t«nd»id timet »t Victwla. B.C, for U>« 

•;,r,nth of Aui'H'. 1938. 



nose With Its "snieU " nerve eBdixifs 

were arou.sed. Thus eyes, taste, 
.smell— the "brain appetite"— start- 
ed the digestive Juices flowiiic in 
the mouth and &tomach so that not 
only was appetite aroused but the 
j'liros to dige.s* the fof>d flowed more 
abundantly Thus a pari of the 
nurses' early training is to learn 
how to make the tray attractive. 
What about the food Itself? What 



craSckens. i.ast, boiled vegetable*, 
boiled iruiis, eggs, men and fish 
which contains little fibre, and cer* 
lain idvs ::..., ,.: d vegetables 
which arc tu.-uy Uitislifd buch «s 
peaches, tomatoes, grapefruit,' 
oranges and gr:i;>. . 

Tlie regular c.. ■ .. wl.rn the 
patient is abir to be ii;> ; ■. a.l n: 
p4U-t Of the day. lite regular diet 
is prepared from all the accepted 



,-houJd the lnv-pital patient eat? ' food .^tufTs Only Icxxl.s known t( 





Sun- 


Sun- 


1 1 




riM 


»et 


1 Date 


1 .... 


4 47 


1» 52 


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2 .... 


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19 50 


1 18 .... 


3 


4.49 


1!) 49 


1 IB.... 


4 .... 


4 51 


19 47 


30 .... 


6 • • • ■ 


4 53 


13 44 


1 31 .... 


6 .... 


4:53 


19 44 


. 33 .... 


7 .... 


4 55 


19 42 


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S ar • • • 


4 58 


19 41 


24 


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19 39 


35 .... 


10 .... 


4 SB 


11:37 


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It .... 


5 00 


11 II 


i 37,... 


12 .... 


S'.03 


19 34 


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13 .... 


5:01 


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14 .... 


1:04 


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IS 


1:06 


19 29 


31 .... 


11 ... 


4 07 


19 27 


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rise 

5 01 
5 16 
5:11 
111 
5 14 
5 15 
5 17 



•et 

IS 35 
19 23 
19 21 
U 19 
19 17 
19 16 
19 14 



Should there be any difference in 
the kinds and amounts of food to flt 

t!ie riifTeren; typ?s of lnd;\ idu.ils 
and tlie different types of aiiinciits 
:vr.t 

In his book "Clinical Dietetics," 
Dr. Harry Oauss states that there 
are four routine diets commonly 
used in hospitals, besides any {>peclal 
diet prescribed for a patient for 
.--peclal reasons. These four diets 



I 31 
I 33 
I 34 
S 35 
1:36 
•:M 



TOO MUCH AT OMCIE 



THE WORST OP IT 

"That fellow owes me $20." 
• And won t he pay it?" • 
"He won't even worry about It!" 



"John said that every time he 
ki:.sed me It made blm bettec 

man." 

"Perhaps so. But there was no 



The Mrtcoroio^.ini obe«rvat«ry< Ooa 

laiet HeifhtK. vir-or ». bc 

OBLItitMINT 

The captain said. We're, short of 
food. 

Of eggs I'd like a few"; 



5 18 19 12 

8 20 19 It I are: 1. the liquid diet; 2, the soft 

' ^« reg- 

19 04 , ular dii I. And these four diets are 
10 00 °^ arranged from the foUow- 

il:Mjlng three standpoints: lai the 
i*mount or number of calories the 
«• ' patient can tolerate or atand, (b) 
how much rough waste his stomach 
and Intestine will stand without 
hHving at; irrratrci .M^ niarh, diar- 
rhoea -or coULia i inflammation ol 
the lower bowel), and (o the dl- 
Rrsiibllity of the food. 



be indigestible, .such asi fried ai\<i. 
greasy foodi, are a\'otded. 

I believe this knowledge of the 
four classes of diet should be \riv 
.hrlplnj m the h o n ^e w^*-:: : v-r :^ 
s;ckuess. Thus when the physician 
advises a strictly liquid, a soft, light 
or i-etular dirt the family wlU know 
Just what ih mr.iiit. 



KILLED BY LOSING 

CONTROL OF BICYCLE 



MISSION, Aug 20 C^i Alan 

Mat-son. till! teen-year-old Buinaby 
youth, died In hospital heir yester- 
day, three nours alter he lost control 
of his bicycle and ran into a ditch 
near this Kraser Valley city. 

The ..I.l u.t.v pedaling down a 
.sleep hill when the vehicle got oiil 
of hand and crashed into a deep 



need for him to try to get to heaven So the quartermaster look the helm, 
all In one evening." . . | And the gallant ship "laid two." 



ditch at the bottom lie was broupht 
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thcmselves and foods that are lj£4,temal Injuries. 



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Forbidden Plateau 

For miny yctn a moifntjm M«ltd wildorntst, tht Foibidden Plittsy h<t only 
rtciniW been opcntd to Ikt pMMic. TKo Plateau it in Alpma wendorlind of 
cryttil cleir bkct and tnoW'Clpped mounHinn. five thoutand ftct sbovo Hit 
Ml Here mty found Hie mvttf nout red tnow. flowtt-ttsrrod Mp\n» 
nifidow\ ind »*c inspiring cjnyoiii .Tko Islioi sro filltd witk lifMiNfl rain- 
bow trout, eager for the tly. 

Fifit eliti (ccnmmodjiiont art oMered at Hio^Srbidden -Flateau Lodqe A 
iptciai condurtrd hike— vow will k« m Htt esrt of experienced fuidcs^it 
arranged to McKontic Lake, tit mile* in tha litart of ttie Plat«au, where you 
will ilet0 in a comfortable camp on the tbortt of a mountam teka. 

NOTE— The PLtrau ii free of ♦ire and ^moka 

TH^ ALL EXPENSE FARES TABULATED BELOW INCLUDE: 
*9»o4 Oeiei Amt Dey) . . ' 

# Rchini trampertsHee bef H Forkiddon flstosa. 

• A conducted kiko ts McKtasle Lslio Itr^ko Ptstese. 



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McKtnstt Lake Camp fof tkt duritjon of Hio tour 

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Obviously, there was nothing shy 
or modest about. South s bidding He 
did, it is true, have a very good hand 
•and' one that looked like H game. 
But that he should have bec6n\e so 
highly aggressive after North re- 
.spondcd with two hearts is dlfTlcult 
to understand or explain. Surely 
the two heart bid should have been 
the least mrouraging of all re- 
.spf>nic.s, since South had a .suigletoil 
in the suit. Had North bid two dia- 
monds there would have been some 
slight ex:u.se lor South's subsequent 
hopping, .iklpping and Jumping. Tlie 
correct rebld by ' South wa.s. rtoi 
four no trump, but three spadesra 
rebld tha* would Indicate an excel- 
lent hand and strongly urge North 
to go to game. 

Be that as it may, there was South 
in hiK horrible Mx spade oentract! 
And the iioiu .s :hat he COtdd Uld 
should have made it. i 

v^est's opening lead 'the natural 

one under the cir^^lm^t4lnces•, and 
the ext ranrdiDary lay of card.5 gave 
.South a < I nt. o that, Bad to say, he 

I failed to capitalize. I 

' The club queen %as the lead. 
Declarer won. drew triimp« In two 
round*, and led his single ton he art. 
West played the deuce, and declarer 

pu' up f!'im!r.\ fjiifen It lost tO 

K.i.s; s ,i< r a::d tlie sliun iiirltedaway 
thru and there. Declarer could get 
rid Of one of his diamonds on the 
l.eart king, but the other losing dta*. 
mond remained with >ilm like a sore 
thumb. 

It should have, been quite obvious, 
after thf heart, are f.ailed to apiiear 
frnin We t on tiie lead toward 
dumniv. th,-\t It would-be futile to 
play 1^ heart honor from dummy. 
Even If an honor were to hold the 
trick, declarer .«till would have two 1 
Ip &lng di a mond.^. Conversely, if the 
honor were slaughtered by the ace. 
fine discard on the other heart honor 
would do declarer no material gw* 
He still would ;a<e a di.iinond ' i- 
I Thu.s, the one chance, hodcver 
slight, was to put in the heart eight 
Onlv If derlarer <■ 'iild fhu.s forfe out 
the ace and establish two heart 
tricks was there hope of fulfUUng 
the contract. 

Of course, it will immediately be 
ob.servfd that We** fouI3 fiavc 
quashed this chance by putting In 
the heart ten when declarer led to- 
ward dummv, This, h.owever, would 
not be a rraaonable critlcl&m. West 
ould not know tlw»t declarer- had a 
Mgleton heart. If he had two or 
;:. >re It would be fatal to ' split 
honors," alnce declarer later would 
be able to lead through the remain- 
in* BWDfT"":' 

ly-st anyoCM think that. I am sug- 
I Re.sun^ ao^'doublc-dummy" play for 
' .South. X eafl attention to the far 
that the play coild r'>f ]o<# and 
I might gain. Even If the lieart eleht 
'If. and when jriayed. las- to the ten 
' '^r jack in Eacst's h^d. declarer sti 
xould ha^•e the opportunity to Urlr 
j the heart king through Ea.«t for 
I rufBnff-flnesee. Then, if the ortgln.-i 
distribution of the hearts had been 
ja e k er t m a»d two ainall tn Weit'i 
hand, two heart tricks still would 
hae* MMfltUMller tlw ^»anm. 



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I HAD no intention of goinK oti a fish- 
iriR trip this year, and wis .surprised 
~To licar mysrir promising m^cl my 
good friend. Charles Ptaaer. at Hihuitn 
L.ikr on a Suiulny niorninK In -luly. tiir- 
theimoiT, I N.iKl l would br thrro at 10 
O'clock in <the morning with a week s sup- 
p!v ni food. Now, In thr first- pi. kt wlirrr 
Hituum Lake.' At the nvuncnt of^ 
making these rash promises 1 had iro idea, 
rharlf-; ^xplalMcd. I'll br r!)orr a week 
fthr.id of jou. and meet you un tiie float 
_fiuiiday moving Just take the X'anboo 
Road to Lyttnn, fhrn lurn right toward 
K«mloop.s. Ju.st bryond A.vluroft Manor 
you will find a roitd callrd Dcadman s 
Crp«^k Road, tius i« plainly marked, and 
Is .just two tniirs {h\<% sidr of vSavona. Six- 
teen miles down thin road and you come 
to Bud W.\Mfrs' r inrti -l.nux' When you 
arrive there they will toll joii how to gel, 
to the lake Bring Herbert Hammond and 
'Ted McFrrlry alone and don I lorvirt the 
frub ' Wltli a (lircne Cto<Kl-bye See 
>'0U Sunday week," he was off Charles 
*nd I have fl.«he<l and hunted for many 
jrpars. and I knew he would t>e expecting 
me. so I went ahead and mad»-i»lah« to 
be thrre on time 
Saturday morning saw us vn the Na- 
^-Jaiwu f e ll 3 1 . and by noon we were well on-, 
cur u V. to the fishing ground Up the 
beautiful rraaer Canyon to Lytton. and 
then along the Thorn paon River toward 
Kimloopa, •omc twanty mllca btyond 



^ Ride to the Uke 
;h were up early, anxious to get 
started, as we knrw It was a nine- 
milr Mde to the lako By 30 wr had our 
blankt'ts and" grtib out on thcporch n aMy 
for the pack horser June w .is to be oiir 
KUlde She shortly apprarfd v .th t!)o f ah 
pack horses It was atna/mg 'o me how 
anyone ^uld throw a double diamond 
hltrh ni such a nuirk. rffu-lrnt manr.rt- 
as these young ladies did Oar horse> 
saddled we were on our way and soon left 
tiir farm In the distance The flr.n three 
miles of the ride was a climb of 2.000 feet 
and then-lhe.*<mntxy flattened out ^"011 
fouhd> yniir>.'':f nduiK thr-iiish Ughtly- 
wooded timberland Aftfr three hours ol 
b^utiful sr.enery we arrived at the east 
rv. i f the lake UnaaddUng oar hone*. 



wr m ad e u u i w ay to the watrrs ecipc to 
nrl a better -v^fw-tif this tamuus fishing 
paradi.«e We wrrp by np means dlsap- 
, .! t. d < l;»ke Is well wooded and f x 
tAH<U Uii l^a: ai^J'g half miles, n* .ir.> 
mile wide in p'.a. r.v Jane, our guide, b 
thl.s time had 'r< m.load the par-f. 

horses, ao back we went to give hrr . 
>4nd The unloading completed.'we car- 
-;e^ o'lr food* d"»r '-^ 'he wharf, and I 
u,*nt t.o iQok^ tat Ciiar.es In th» mtan* 
rime, Herbert, the ardent fi.*hfrman al- 
ready had hu fiahmg rod tofethcr, And. 



u> ttic unu- Ciiaiif.i, nu.e in sigiit, he nad 
< aught hL< first fish. 

Named by Indijni 

iiEFORE voinB ar.v further the lake and 
*J 1! V iu.' '1' ' • Inscription, 

'he rarr.r H,!..wni r- an h.dian name 
,nd m'''<! .; w r-''!.'- >' '•■'^•'i. a'l^gend 
-erhaps. b i' fnr tw*?! rrr alniy lived up 
n nam" Fofty-fivr hundred ?«■'-• above 
**a level and Ijing m an ea-t a.-^.d west, 
erly dir-rtion the. lake 1« ted bv r.-mT- 
oua iprings The ahoreUne la well wooded 



with pine, coll(»nwf><jd and hemlock. whii<' 
along the waters edgt aia countless 

patches nf water lilies and rced.< fin the 
mo.st arP^nlaRcous points of the shorclmc. 
Bud WalUirs has built six splendid- *H»t-- 

• V n.;>:- '< •* d-. ib.»--;.pilfig bed!l>' 
... and (ookii.g utenMLs. L.uh cabin 

for fly fishing. 

With the arrival of rh.irlrs, OUT party 
waa complete and ready to be laken down 
the lake by Bud Walters in hi.s outboard 
" r boat Presently. w<> li<.ird ti.,- ap- 
..irjg and Bi a lew luii. ii* - liic t^xtt 
wa.s alongside the wharf. Introductions 
and hand.shake« were in order, and we 
w ere on our' way to the "cabin on Moose 
Polnl ar the Tar end of the lake Half- 
V ay w'' spottfd two m ilp df fr wading m 
shallow w;iter, a mght wiurh reminded 
me the hunting season was not rery far 

There wa. a .m : nitble from the wharf 
to the cabin, at least by Herbert, Ted and 
myself as •.■ ' wrre f!eterm:ned to faUh 
some of these fl.nh. noticeable rUlng in all 
parts of the laKe Herbert and Ted were 
the first out I rould -see ! was goinc to 
be left behind, s*-*^ grabbing Charlies fiah- 
mg rod I hurried him down to the wharf. 

bo'i.'-lrr a rv,a' hr.'i p ) .-.'-d ' \.fs% than 
rh..'f. tff Ol,' I V ' n,y K;imloop8 
Tr' 1*. and on fir^r r^s* «,.irh was by 
no means a good f)re However Mr K«.7i- 
locps decided he liked the fly. Twenty 



III 

minut»'.s later CharUs and I had four nice 
trout In the boat, avftraglng two pounds, 
the largest < nr poing over three. Herbert 
SI d 'led Tftuinrd with one more than we 
r d ^rine^Tish between tour fi pfrm'-n in 
* ,1 nunuic ' all ' fl'iKht uft toe fly. and 
;jT hiKh nooii \Mial would tiie fish- 
be ;ike in the evening and early 
niorning? 

EaHy in the Mommy 

E/»I ' Y n'-/t mornini: wr were out again 
..>i. l met with thf same ,siif ( r ..^ F.v#'ry 
uUiii ' '''t meamt a f.i»h. 



t.;i' 
l!i2 



yi III,'"* .TTif^ 



, tiro ' 
.lake in 



t!,»' 

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it : . 

- — ■ 1 

n*" same time. L ,; 
f^-.h wisrit-re'ally un;'.i..oM.'.>''d. 

always willtng to take ahy ktoid of a fly 
tail aeemed to b e the 

ro,j,j.» oi f...ys Ui'r we Journeyed tc 
far side ot thf lake. h'a'i.UiK our 
M.iii' dov. ri tiif trail towartT 
f I ,; I' v,.> H not cloudless day, 
utid Sifter a nnie ur .so w de'id^d It was 
'f)0 hot to " • - d to tne lake Nearlng 
home we s' p; ■ ' in a .«hady patch of 
water ahd throwing -out our anchors 
,«».-»rt»'d tf, fnh A f.'rt-. V fra l.ir:e «o , d 
bi'^e tne stJiln"-* A.i <>eA 1,,. • 7 
turned toward the shore To our amaze - 
r • >p sjkw a brown bear ca.'ually w»lk- 
u i; -i.- shorfl.r.e He slopped and k e 
ua the onre-ovtrv then wen* his way, 
finally ^uaMMtftoK 1 ' ' k Pinea, 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. ^C. SUXDAV. AlCl ST 21. 1938 



A. 




•. " Cham/) ion in Hi 



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I N most small towns there's an attne- 
tive girl who hasn't much choice. 
She waji born on the wrong side of 
the tracks and she wait s u n tabl e at the _ 
Cormnercial House unUl it doesn't yn-m 
any use any more and then she jruns 
awajr with the city slicker or marries the 
nti^t man at Joe's garage. 

In most small towns there's a young— . 
man whose parents have made the down 
payment on a taste for nice things but 
have balked at the upkeep Some day 
he's coming into a bit of money. But 
whlljp hp's waiting for that, to happen he 
fi!t^'trlL>rJSj:*t'tUm?^^''^^^ s^y^\yr^ 
making oiie. So he may get into ^ome- ' 
thing worse than mischief. 
In most small townf there's a guy who 

once knew the Main Stem as well as he.. ^ 

knows Main Street now. He may be on 
the lam for the bes' of all reasons; or 
he may have retired from the Big Town 
because he couldn't take It. Perhaps he 
runs the cigar store and newsstand and 
knows what to do with a two-dollar bet 
on the third race at Plmlico. Whatever 
he does lor a living, he has a phUosophy 
of life In -four words: Keep your nose 
clean.' 

The boy was on the lam when he came 

into Haddam's Corner toward noon of % 
hcil Saturday. He knew that if they 
found out he was still alive they would 
have even better reasons for .shooting 
him than they'd had the first tmie. 
He was so thin and pale and WCak 



-Wliy, Johnnr," DuIcK FcUb 
"Iww wflU yM look. Wc v*«t to jWS 
y««, J itswy. W« wiii> ta t« w s«4t w 
luvc a drink and talk 
tiMci tefctbcr." 



after his months in the hospital that no 
one would have guessed that an admir- 
ing sports writer had compared him 
within ttM year to a ^ake, a tiger, and 
a long-dead colored man. The sports 
writer had said: "After that left hand, 
poisonous as a cobra's stroke, had him on 
the way out Johnny Dugan went In llKe 
a tiger to kill. He looked like the uid 
ma.ster himself, the peerless Joe Oans." 

Me was driving a jaloppy that he had 
gotten lur two huiidred bucks, and his one 
idea was to get as tar away from Mew 
York as possible. But he was tired. He 
came in on the wide main street. With big 
trees ^nd large white houses set well back 
In wide lawns. It looked cool and quiet 
and .safe. * 

He parked the car In front of a restau- 
rant with a red neon ;r:i in the window 
that said: Bar. He went in and ate a 
table d'hote lunch that cost thirty-five 
cents. He thought. ' I m a long way from 
New York. I'm In the sticks. I can rest 
and go on tomorrow." He put a quarter 
beside his napkin for the girl who hud 
waited on htm; and then lie thought bet- 
ter ol It. He nii^de il a dime instead. He 
didn't want to attract any attention. 

in» got a room In the hotel, remember- 
ing to sign the register with his utw name 
of George Brown. He awoke toward dark 
and drove nround a bit. On his way back 
he saw, on the edge of town where an- 
other concrete highway crossed the one 
he was on, a ftnc new dog wagon. He 
parked his old car and went in. It was 
nearly nine o'clock, but the plump, bald, 
talkative guy behind the counter aaidJir 
still had some dinner. 

GECMOI Brown had the appetltr !. it 
comes when you get on your feet 
after months in a hospital, and he ate 
accordingly. 

While he wa.s havinK coffee and a 
cigarette a girl came Ui an uncommonly 
pretty girl Of nineteen or twenty with a 
head of brown curls and a .slightly 
turned-up nose and a generous, fuU- 
li|^^ moujth. She knew the guy behind 
the r(Mintrr .She called him Al and he 
oalled her Hilda. - - 

Oeotga^ Brown-.tould not bear to leave 

whIUr she was there. She paid no atten- 
tion to him— she was talking to Al. But 




hour <and more over, her lunch, and she 
did. He lived for those hoyrs. 

There was no gymnasium in the neigh> 
borhood, so he took to long walks. He 
would drive the old jaloppy up In the hills 
and park It and strike across the fields or 
up an old woods road. The old roads 
through the Barnes estate were no longer 
used. »• eetuld run without anybody see- 
ing him. He could Jog a mile as he had 
Jogged every morning when he was m 
training. At first he couldn't Jdg much 
more thmi a n;:le His wind was gone. 
But after a lew wciks it began to come 



lacTDeen arrald-tSflono 
innR "happened one noon late in April 
when Hilda was having her lunch. Mannle 
walked into the wagon and asked for col- 
lee.- Georgf> Brown gave him coffee and 
wenV on talkmg to Hilda as if he didn't 
know Mannie. 

When Hilda left, Mannie grinned at 
him. "If U isn t Johnny Dugan." 

George Brown wiped the lunch bar. 
"What do you want?" 

"Me?" Mannie said. "Right now I don't 
want a thing. But didn't I heat that babe 
calling you George?" 
"Yeah. George Brown." 
"t'lne, ' Mannie said. "That's just fine. 
And 11 you wanna know, my name is Phil 
Green. If you don't forget to call me Phil 
1 probly won^ forget to call you George." 
/•Okay," he said. 

"AU right, George, mayhr yn» ran Iflt 



Green said. "You're only here because I 
say se. When I get ready to tm e k iUit 

stuff to tow n you're going to do it for me ' 
"I'm telling you;— Three days is all you 
get." • 

He knew when Phil Green left that he 

w as on his way to a telephone. 

Hilda came In with Whitney Barnes late 
that night. They had been dancli-.g 
George could see that Wlutiuy didi : 
know anything, He didn't know anything; 
when Dutch Felsbach, elegant in a tan 
gabardine Jacket ind spotless white flan- 
p.fl ti'iu-rrs and white buck shoes, came 
hi^ddiejtiiii^ aj, lu^ elbow. 

"Wl^T^^ i8!l^^ny^ ^<^^*Qgia^ 
"how well you look We want to .see ycni, 
Johnny. We want to go somewhere and 
have' a drink and talk over old timet to« 
gether." 

"Okay." George Brown said 

"George!" Hilda said. She felt there 
was tomethlng In the air even if Whitney 

didn't. 

"I ll bo back." hr v.iid I wi-u ; be long" 
He hoped he would be baik. lie knew 
better than to take the gun from beneath 
the counter Be.Mdos. he preferred his 
hands. He knew how to use his hands. 

They went outside. They walked to-" 
ward a big car that stood bi ulc Ww < uio 
with the motor rllnlull^;. George Brown 
saw, as they got close, that there was no 
one in the driver's seat.. 7" 
This is far enough," he said. "We can 
talk here 



me where I can find a guy named Whit- 
ney Barnes." 

"He's In the phone book." 

George Brown sat at his Utile desk over 
the safe at the end of the dog wagon 
after Phil Green had gone, wondering 
what a smart boy from Broadway wanted 
with Whitney Barnes. 

He was m sap not to moVe on. And he 
wiasn t going to. The real reason he was 
staying was HUda. So he bought a gun 
and made a place for it under the counter. 



I guess Mrs. Barnes hasn't the 
keep It up. She s got plenty, 
enough for that 

"Whitney Is the kind of young fellow 
that's always had everything he wanted 
handed to him.' But hrre thr last year of 
so his mother has cracked down on hun. 
They .lay .<;he gives him f\vc dollars a week 
poi kil nmney. He Isn't the kind to get 
out and hnd himself a Job. So what's he 
gonna do?" 

Al would have gossiped on indefinitely 
but three hungry truck drivers came In 
and he had to go to work. George Brown 
paid his check and went out. He a.sked 
himself, as he drove back to the hotel, 
why Haddum s Corner wasn t as safe a 
place for him as any. They weren't look- 
ing for him becau.se, of course, they 
thought he was dead. The only danger 
was that one of them would aeiB him or 
hoar of him. 

And all the time he argued with him- 
self about Haddam's Corner, George 
Brown knew that he was going to stay 
there. He was going to stay there because 
of Hilda Temple. 

WHLN he Rot to the hotel he took off 
his clothes and lay down on the bed. 



D' 



ahe seemed so bright and friendly and 
unpretending that he had to see M much 

as he could nf her. 

There was a rumble and a roar outside 
- the roar of a car with big cy lind e r e -a nd 
a cutout In the exhaust pipe. 

1 here's the boy friend now," Al said. 
^ JTwn yotffif mm, in a iiwidsumB twetd 

.lucket and flannel .slacks, came In. 

• Hello, darling," he said. , '~ 

"MeUo. Whit," she said. 

"When do we .start/ ' 

"You'll have to Uke me home first," 
ahe said. "I've got to change." ~ 

"Let's get going, " he said. 

ile picked up her check, but ahe 
wouldn't let him pay it. 

"Don't be rude. " she .said, and It was 
plaln-jhe. meant it. ' ~ , 

- He j i l e ld e d and th e y we n t e ut t og et h e r. 

Al picked up the dishes the girl had 



ieXt-aud wip ed th e lunoh' ba r. — 

"Nice girl." Oporgc Brown said. 
"She is H r,u r ^u l," Al said. ' She's 
hard Uu k. Hut yoja'd never know It from 
her. Her father up and left her mother 
flat when she wa.<( Just a kid. Her mother 



learned stenography and typewriting and 
got h<trM>it a J ob as e ecr eta fy t»4t4»wyer 
here In town, but she died about a week 
after Hilda grnduated from h.vh .school. 
Only Job the kid could k< i ^-'^ i" the 
beauty shop. She's been earning her 6wn 
living ever since. Rut what chanct has 
she is a town like this?" 

•«The .fellow ahe was with looked i^l 
fight," George Brown .said. 

"Yeah," Al said. Yeah. Whitney Barnea 
la all Tight, I gueas." 

Al drew hlmMlf A'cupLjOl.fiaBea an^ lit 
g cigarette. 

"You see, " he said, "the Bamei faml^ 
IVtfe about the nrst n>w York people that 
ever raifle up here. He bought old farms 
that were growing up to brush. I guess 
-altogether he *««|ht over two th isand 
acres up In the hlll.^ bark of here v ><\ 
to raise pheasants and turn them l o.e to 
atooot. WA BOW tlM oM man's daad aMI 



He had nothing to do but sleep. He felt 
hr could sleep, and sleep again, endlessly. 

HiJ* »iiu»ds had healed, but the scars 
were bad. The sears were like deep, ugly 

dimples with ragged edges except for the 
long one that went almost halfway around 
his body. There was a dimple in his 
shoulder and one just over his heart and , 
two in his beUy and one'high on "his left 
thigh. 

• He l.iy there .smokmc a cigarette and 
thmking before he went to sleep. He.had 
mostly learned how to fight In the Navy. 
He had speed and a natural left hand, 
and the old-time lightweight Spider Mur- 
phy was a i)€tty oflicer on his ship. Spider 
had Uught him all he knew, and after 
two years Johnny was lightweight cham- 
pion of the Navy. He had fought all over 
the world — from Buenos Aires to the 
China-SUtion. He had fought llght- 
welghts.and welterweighU- and even nild- 
dlewelghts. There are a thousand men on 
a big bitttleship when her complement is 
,f)ill, and a thousand men bet their pay 
on Johnny Dugan when he (ought. 

The ship was In San Francl.sco when hl.s 

— '■ hi^fh "' I* - and Sp t^er Mur phv tol d 

Johnny he'd better get out of the Navy 
haff because he waanear his peak ns a tighter 
and It was his chance to make some 
money. Spider Introduced Wra to Bun 
Holablrd. Spider said Buzs was an honest 
manager. So Johnny signed a confrart 
After his first flRht the sports writers 
called him the Frisco Flash. 

Johnny beat all the gocKl www Bus» 
could find out West and they started East. 



.•ohnny beat Benny Zenturi. who was the 
lightweight champion then, in an over- 
the-welght match at Detroit They came 
on to New York. Bum thought they were 
all .set to make a few hundred grand But 
he didn't know how close the smart guys 
were to owning the fight game in New 
York then. 

Dutch Pelabachv declared himself in^ He 
tnid Bull Bolabird u> go baeV where b» 
( .-.me from- or else. ""Buzi talked It over 
with Johnny. Neither of them had any 
iriends In New York. And even if Dutrh 
Felsbach waan't as tough as he was sup* 
iv>»pd to be, he could prevent them from 
netting any fights So Buu went hoOMi — ' 
Dutch Fulabaeto pickad Uarty •chulu ptiMI, "yo« eaat do tbaU Thay'vt got 



be Johnny's man.ncrr Marty made a re- 
turn match with Benny Zenturl at Madi- 
son Square Garden and no over-the- 
weight stuff. He took ^Johnny to. a place 
in Jersey to train. 

That fight camp wa^ something new in 
Johnny's life. He had never known there 
were so many smart boys Evenings, Marty 
Schultz would tell him something about 
them. There was, for Instance. Mannie. 
He was the son of Dutch Felsbach's older 
sister. He was a pet of Dutch's. They 
called Mannie the reefer king. But of 
course he wasn t. Marijuana was big 
money now and Dutch Felsbach was 
really the big shot. 

kUTC'H Felsbach him. self drooped In 
one afternoon. He was small and 
neat. He seemed a pleasant guy vlth no 
hint of the cruelty he was fami us for. 
But ali the time at his elbow there was a 
guy that anybody could see was bkd. He 
wa.s powerful, thlck-nrrked. long[-armed. ■ 
heavy-jawrd, with one white eye 

Marty Schultz said afterward that the 
bad guy was Eddie Vince "He's got a 
cigarette In his hand and the next thing 
he's got a gun in It, and you di<ln't set: 
him get It. ' Johnny nodded. He had 
known guys In the Navy who practised 
that sort of thing. Spider Murphy had 
shown him what you could do about It^ 
If you had the nerve You grabbed the 
gun so the hammer couldn t tall and you 
were all righ> as lohg as you hung on. 

Marty told Joh nny a few davs before 
the fight that the odds were three to two 
he would beat Zentun again, so he waa 
going to lose. Hfi. w.as going to take a 
dive That way the boys could make some 
mohcy. _ 

Johnny asked If Zenturt knew. 

Hell, no. ' Marty Schultz • said, "why 
would he''" 

They went to New York for the weigh- 
Ing-ln before the fight. Marty t o o k J o hnny 
to a hotel afterwardliiid gave him a thick 
steak and told him to rest Jilm&elf. 
Johnny went to Meep. He had a gift for 
going to sleep when he was troubled. He 
didn't know that his old ship, with four 
or five others, had come In that afternoon 
from the Caribbean and dropped anchor. - 
In the Hudson River, .t He didn t know a- 
thing until he was oiV his way down Uie 
aisle to the ring at ten o'clock th»t Aight 
and he heard the sailors yell, 

Wfien he got into the ring he could see 
haw many there were. It looked as if Ihe 
whole Navy was theni. 

JOHPTNY was face to face for the fVr.<t 
«tlme In his life wuh something tluit 

the philo^ - r ', k'-''p ;r I'osc 

dean didn't co\er. Bccau.se. of c^ursf, 
you can't go back oh a pal. Those guys 
iFom his ship were pals. And they had 
bet their shirts on him. 

Johnny turned to Marty Bchultt. 
Johnny cupped hl^ left glove around 
Marty .1 ear I* ail ofT. ' he said. ► 
Say, John:.) .Marty Schulu wbla- 



.si.yty-seventy grand down. They'll kill 

you " 

You can t argue a thing like that in 
the ring thirty seconds before the bell. 
The referee wa.s calling Johnny and Zen- 
tun up for instructions. r~ 

Johnny didn't know about the referee. 
If the smart boys owned the fight racket 
maybe they owned the referee too. The 
only safe way to win was to knock Zen- 
turi out. 

He fought a careful \\v\\\. cutting Zen- 
turl down but never taking a chance, ile 
closed that right' eye tight in the- fourth 
round. He wasn't jabbing with the left 
any more. He was shooting iiV straight 
und hard, with a snap on the end of it 
that sent Zenturi^ 4icad back -ever y t i m e ■ 
It landed. He had Zenturl dizzy with that 
left. He had him watching it. He nevor 
used the right at all, except in close. 

Breathing hard as he sat on the .stool, 
Johnny heard Marty saying, "The next is 
the round; kid. The next is the ninth. 
You know what to do " 

Johnny nodded. As they met In the 
middle of the Ting for that ninth round, 
Johnny. shot the left wide and as Zenturl 

ducked in.-lde Johnny let the ritrht go. 
The right caught him coming in and he 
went down. 

They waited a couple of. days. Johnny 
read In a. morning paper that Johnny 
Dugan was sailing for IBouth^ AmeBlca. 
Nobody had said anything to him sboct 
South America Nobody had said anythln.'; 
to him for tw.enty-four hours. They had 
Irft him alone In his hotel He took a 
.stroll down Broadway and Mannie fell 
into step with him. Somebody else must 
have hit him with a blackjack. 



'OU know, George, ' Hilda said one 
noon a few days later, "Whitney 
thinks he's going to make a lot of money. 
He won't tell me how. But he's all steamed 
up about It. Do you suppose he will?" 
"I wouldn't know." ■ ' 

"I wouldn't, either, " Hilda said "But 
what about this Phil Green.' He says he s 
an old friend of yours. Is he?" 

George knew he ought to keep his nose 
cir iM But Hilda wanted to know. She 
oughl to know. 

"Phil Grecti Is a crook. " he said. % 

"Oh, ' he said, "I'U tell Whitney." 

"1 wouldn't." 

"But, George," she said, 'I'm ao afraid 

Whitnr y will qet into trouble " 

"Yes, Georkic said. "But just the same 
I wouldn't tell him. U you do he'll tell 

Phil Ureen and " 

— "You wouldn't let Whitney get into 
trouble— If you could help it." 

"Not If I could help It " 

For a minute his eyes looked Into hers. 
"You can trust me, George," she said'. 

He drove the old Jalcppy up Into the 
liiils that afternoon anl-parked it and 
started ofl across the fl<lds. He came to- 
the top of a hill Then, a hundred yards 
away, he saw Phil Grelpn and Whitney 
Barnes walking toward la patch of new- 
ploughed ground In the ihlddto of the field 
hcicm ^^ jm, j hf v stood dn the edge of the 
ploughed piece talking,) and then they 
went! back the way they'd come. ' 

Hej seldom had a chance to talk to 
Hilda. She came In for lunch almost 
every day But th e b ea uty sh<H) was busy^ 
She had to hurry back. 

He met her once 6n the street after 
dark. "Come on." she said, "walk a way# 
with me. I want to talk to you." 



H' 



HEN . he^ tfot-so h e could ^wideriitand 
What the nurse said to him at the 



ho.spital he learned they didn't know wl.o- 
he was. / There hadn't been anything in 
Ills pm ' ketsj^nut su uiuch as > , laundr y 
mark on his shirt. A country doctor driv- 
ing home late had come on him lying in 
the ditch. The doctor must" have found 
• him a minute or so after he d bem shot 
or else he would have bled to death. 
Johnny said he couldn't remember any- 
thim^ But after a few days he announced 
his name was George Brown. 

Johnny had twenty-four\housand dol- 
lars In a bank out West. He got the 
money, when he wa-s well enough to write 
letters, by drawing cheques and having 
drafts mailed to hlih in care of George 
Bro\vr> He bribed an orderly to gel h;in 
some clothes and buy-ihe. sacond-hand 
car and let him out of a back door at 
daybreak. 

He .slept ten hours that flr.st nigi.t m 
Haddam S Comer and when he awoke he 
had &n Idea. It was easier than he ex'' 
pected. bccau.«e Al wa.s .so anxi^u.s 'o get 
away from Haddams Comer. He was 
flad to seU Che dog wagoto. • 

Ht saw Hild^.neirly every day Often 
when she rame in for lunch there was no 
rther cust<'ii.rr iii the piaee. the beauty 
ihop walot btwy. the could iptotf aa 



E walked with her, but she didn^' 
talk. They came to the house where 
she had a room The house was dark. 
They sat down on the front steps. 

"George;" she said, "there's something I 
want to ask you. It's .sort of personal ' 
~ "There isn't anything you can i ask me, 
Hilda:"" 

"Well." she .-^ald. "h'.-v did you t:et 
those scars aroun d your eyes? They aren't 
ugly. They're rather dlstinguBfied,' reaUy. 
Bu» I've always wondered how you got 
thrni " " ■ 

Hf heMtated He had told her the truth, 
once before whetirhe should have kept his 
ndsc clean' " 

"You don't ha\;e to tcU me," sh* said. 
I frn sorry I asked " 

• I got them In the ring, ' he said "1 
used to be a prize lighter. My real name 
is Johnny Dugan." 



"You're hiding from aoraethlng?" 
"Yes, " he said. 

She got up then to go in. But she 

pau.sed She caught his hand ir. hcr.s 

"I m ^d you told me, " she said ' I 
dohl care what you did. I like you, 
George " 

He went down .the street In a daze 'ST 
happiness and7(Sif;~lhe hadn t been sur- 
prised . _ .. ^J^... 

He went up to the place where he had 
.seen Phil Green and Whitney Barnes 
months before Thf < rn was as high as 
your head and the sunflowers were higher, 
Tn between there ^wu some other stuff 
grdi^ing. n was what he bad guessed. It 

He i.ad tx^ :.i<Lc care of Whitney Barnes. 
He had premmd Hilda he would. 

'A,i;ted until Phil Grean cama Hi'. 
They went ouuide to talk. 

"I'm giving yott three days to jet rid ol 
'ha* ■■ .said to mUl 

Oreep . u\ i>^'''g > >^ '{^ree days btfoirt 
I tip off the. ipj^ifrwhenr men.""" 

'irott'ra not doing any taifeiai," PIMl' 



"Why. Johnny, " Dutch Felsbach said, 
"we've got a lot to aay.** 

EDDIE Vlnce stepped in front of John-, 
ny. He dldn t say anything. But tie. 
had a gun in his hand 

"You sec," Johnny, Dutch Kel.'-li " h /laid, 
"we want you to come with us." 

"Well," Johnny said, measuring: the dis- 
tance to that gun with his eye and then ' 
the distance to Eddie Vince's Jaw. "well 

■• and his left went o\it and grabbed 

the gun hard, far back, and his right went, 
through with everything he had to the 
point of that big jutting jaw 

It was a long, long time since he had 
gambled on a rinht-hand shot to the Jaw. 
Until now he d t,;t(i 1,0 wav of knowmi; 
whether he still had the old wallop But 
when he saw Eddie Vlnce go down he 
knew. Eddie Vince lay there as If a truck 
had hit him 

Johnny had no Mme to feel iht deep Joy 
of that moment or to think what It meant 
lO him. Dutrh Felsharh was still on his 
feet and he wasn t waiting to take what, 
Eddie Vince had taken. 

Johnny fired Vince's ^;un in f a- Dutch 
Felsbach reached the car. Dut^h FeLsbach 
screamed ahd ^ent down. Hilda and 
Whitney and the cmmter m«ui. came tun- 
ning out of the dog wagon. 

"Sdmebody call the state police." he 
sald^'ahd somebody call the hospital " 

He stood over Eddie Vlnce until the 
police came D\itch Felsbach wasn't dy- 
ing He had a bullet in his hip The police 
told George Brown to come along and 
make the charges. 

"We ll wait for you, " Hilda said. '^Wa'U 
wait for yt)u at the wagon " 

It took an hour or two to tell the police 
the whoie story, going back to the night 
Eddie Vince and two others had taken 
him for a ride and left him for dead. But 
they wanted to hear It all. He had known 
that Dutch Felsbarh had nn Influence so 
lar'from New York. But he hadn t known 
the police w^ld be s» glad^ get him. 
And in the year and more he had been 
on the lam he hjad forgotten that he him- 
self, Johnny Dugan. was a big shot in his 
o\<.n nuhl Hi 'a.. 'ill the undefeated 
lightweight champion of the world. 

He was a dlfferenl man when he |ot 
back to the dog wat;i,n at f-nir o'clock In 
the moriiiag, Hilda and Whitney were 
still waiting for him. - 

"If I were you, Whitney," he .said 
urt rid of that .st\jft Phii (^i-eW' 
talk Phil Ureen will Ik ;ir of this and 
take a powder." 

Whitney Barnes looked at him 
then he lixiked at Hilda. ' I guess 
sakl, "I guess I'd better be going." 

Johnny looked at Hilda. It was plain 
the dldn t care anything about Whitney 
Barnes. It was plain she cared a lot about 
Johnny Dugan But there wa^ one mora 
U'liig -he had to do j 
•Hilda," he Cald, and he waved his hand 
at the shiniM' i.- r of the do g Wa g n. 
• this l.f all right Jor a guy that'JI on the 
vlarri- But I m -not^ any more 

■ I told you I u.sed to \, ,.1 ./c fighter. 
I tMif! . . i ;i,y n.i'i,*- a .i .nny JLjugan. 
H.i' I ou.ii 'cc ^,^1 did;, t Kii'.w what that 
mcant^ I vra.sn't a^p rcUmifiary boy. I was 
a c'hampi'ni And t.otil^Ji^ I found out I 
still got the old ziiigo in ri.y iiKhl. Im 
only twenty^three. 1 haveri l aUp^gd. 
W.th a coliple of TuKfMip fights I ll be 
Oa< k where 1 wa^ ' 

'i knew you would never stay In Had- 
dam s Corn'-r 

can t, Hilda Don i >ou ,ftf e I canl? 
I ve got to get back Uj the big town, 
. Whillirt. they ki.o-A v.ho I am ' 

She looked ^ if she were going U) (;ry. 
'I 'know. " she said. I know how you feeL 
o: ( . w f y. 1 ve got to go." 

He I'aned toward her "I suppose," he 
said, "you wo ildii t want to go with me; 
you wouidn I want to marry a .^proa 
f.gt.'er e\pn if hr- v. n k'kkI. ', 

Her lac* Ut up^^ Her ♦-yes were ahintng. 
^ Why sh^uldnt I? What makea yoa 
think I wouldn't ■>•• 

He put his arm arou nd her He looked 
down iftto^-lier eyei. -iiW H l, ' M Mjy 
"insJMLyou?" 

"Oh. Johnny." she said, "I was afraid 
you weren't going to ask ma"" , 

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MXO: - Wliafs thlii?" Warren 
,Aoop«d up Uf-ptM by hU 
plate. that came thta after- 
noon, " ih^king out her napkin. -Special 
delivery." 

Rarely hl.s dinner kept waiting for any- 
thing: But ir a book- 
Leaving his cr«am of spinactLio cooi.' 
tiM ripped off the wrappings- Brown 
paper &nd conugated buarb. 
"Great" Scott!" exptoaiveijr. 
•'Why, deaf, what U it?" Hclen'i Mit 
, ^hakrr poised. 

tWou^R^he vcrtTIme. -^ -^-^ — ^ L. 

"Oh, not the one tliat disappeared?" 
incredulously. 

"My copy, all riBht' KiplUnj's inscrip- 
tion—To Sir Ouy Newell.' But how 
In blazes—" 

A pi'M mat .1)11 l opy of Ihc lii^l edition. 
Mi.s.s(-d Irom hi.s case of rare bookfi six 
months ago. 

Now .so niy.'.u riou.sly returned! No note 
—no word of explanation. 

"That's the strangest thing!" thrilled at 
any mystery. "How— who— " 

"Haven't the faintest Idea, ' he shrugged. 
"But darn glad to get it back!" 

■■Lff.s .sf f tiiiii .idfiif.s.s " 6tiU cxcitccl. 
• No clue here^ Just typewritten. Two 
stanip.s -.seven cents for postage and a 
6pr< ..I. i;( ....: . Couldn't track anyone 
down iiom thi.s. ' 

'Dear, whoever took It must've been 
(•un..( i( iicc .,1 1 icki ;: " 

— "Hull, look his cuiiicicnce qufte a while 
to I "II the job. Over six months." 

Could someone h.ivc t.iken it by mia- 
takV'' No, they d have sent it back sooner 
and wilh au explanation." 
"Well, If we know anyone with a book 
kleptomania thai ( ase stays locked," 
starting on his soup. Next time his ron- 
sclcncrt may never work' ' 

"You hear .so many .stories of collectors 
covrtinR eeit.iiu books. But who that we 
ki O A Dear, it couldn't have been Mr. 
Sears'.' ' 

"Certauily not! Now don't start sus- 
pecting all our friends. Got my book back 

- let 11 HO at that •" 

Sternly d^sini.j.^uiK the subject. Talkmj; 
of that Ninth Avenue house -his worst 
real estate "lieadachr The halls to be 
fireproofed— a new lurnace - 

After- dinner, engrossed in his pipe and 
rvriium paper. 

Bui Hi'len .slill ah.sorbed m Ihe relumed 
book, now safely locked In the case. 

A cln.ser .study of tlie wrappiiiK.s. Po.st- 
marked in the city Tlic address typed 
on plain white paper and pasted on. But 
notlunii bei'.eath 

"Not a suiKle clucl examining the un- 
marked brown paper. ' 




Postmarked Uwt Dteem- ^"^WWSZ — do you mean" ' reddening. 

"What the deuce re you talking about?" 

"Good of you to re I urn it— but what wjas 
the Iderd taking it? ' 

Mr Wayne staring at his cisar. Theo 
a deliant: 



this envelQpe? 

ber"" 

"It's from Mr. Wayne's Christmas card!" 
' vjove. that looks bad. But -Wayne- 
Evidence or not, I can't beheve U ' ' 

"1 know, it seems Incredible. But he 
collecU presenUtion Klplings. And that's 
ope of the few he hasn't been able to get. 
B6 when you wouldn't sell—" 

"Swiped it, eh^ Collector's klepto- 
mania! When they get it bad. even steal 
famous works of art Don't darr.JltlO»- 



"That belonged in my collection! And 
uju knew it When you wouldn't sell 1 

was so sore— lost my head!" 
"And I lost my Kipling: " 
"But I was going tu give you a book 

you waiil— a lirsl 'Vanit> I an \V>'itli 
moie. When none caine on ihe ni.iitwci 



em— Just gloat in private!" • _„ 



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theTd get out^ that. 

"I'd never have liiought it of Wayne. 
Wish you d let your detective urge He! " 
"But isn't it fairer to know than to sus- 
' pect everyone ' ' plaintively. • 

."Well, lets try to forget!" zipping his 
bacco pouch. 
« Unhappily Helen turned to the radio. 
Tuning in on a siring quai telle. 

Soon drowned* by a shrill ring. The 
hou.se phone' Someone dropping in'.' 

' Uear. you answer, hastily straighten- 
ing the papers. 

•Now don't .start fus-smg," Warren 
stretched up. Place looks all right. " 
"Good grief, Kitten^, ItY Wayne!" 
No, no!" appalled. "Oh, he's not com- 
ing up '■■ 

"Yep, culprit's drawn bark to the scene 
of tJie crime! ' 

"To see if that book tame' No return 
address — he couldn't insure it " 



still .sleuthing'.^" Warren scowled up. 
Lxi)ec I mm to tuck In his card?" 

He could dismiss it. but she would al- 
way.s wonder. Shrinking from any suspi- 
cion of his collectaig friends. Yet only a 
collector would know the value! 

So unfair to d(jubt them all! Who had 
been here within the last six months? 
Mr. Stevens. George Dalton, Mr. Wayne— 

"Dear, Mr Wayne' He was so inler- 
e.sted in that Captains Courageous. Re- 
number'' Even wanted to buy It!"" 

• That's right, to fill out his presentation 
KipllnKs 

"Then aft<r it was mi.sslng— he said 
'dldii I you wi.sh you'd .Mild il to him?" 

See here, you're not accusing Wayne?" 
urimly. "You're plain batty!" 

Perhaps she wa.s' Any doubt of him 
fantastic. Yet a KipluiK collector! And 
living so near, he dropped in often. 

No, no. niost unfair to suspect anyone- 
wit h no proof but hrr intuition. 
. Thmkmg of newspaper stqries. ' Ran- 
fom notes trafced by Just the typing. Each 



machine had an individuality— small im- 
perfections! 

Again studying the lkb*l. Those "r's"! 
In Mr Warren Curtis Gramercy 
Park - New York. " AU. iUiUliiy. out Of 
alignment! 

If (inly they'd some typing from Mr. 
Wayne's office! A letter— any thing- 

They had! Excitedly darting to the hall 
( lo.se f SeanninR tlie crowded shelves. 

Dragging down a box labeled "Christmas 
Cards. " Destined for a children's hos- 
pital. But always .saved till the next 
Christmas— to check "her list. 

And Mr. Wayne's— the address always 
typed' Rtmembeied before she admired 
his disregard of etiquette. 
• A feverish search. All those cards- 
more elaborate every year. Many in the 
envelopes. If ^nly his would be! 
' At last one with a typed address. Snatch- 
ing out the card a qu^nt medieval wood- 
cut, Yes, Mr. Waynes! 

Back In the library, a breathless com- 
parison. The envelope double spacedt no 



punctuation. Perfectly typed— by his sec- 
retary. The label single spaced, with two 
misstruck leters. His inexpert typing' 

Yes, the same out-of-Une "r ! Examm- 
ing them with the magnifying glass— . 

"Dear, come4ook at thlsi" her throat 

taut. 

"Now what? " knocking out his pipe. 
"Sleuthing for fingerprints?" 

"I know who U^ok that book!" heart- 
sick certainly. "'Mr. Wayne'" 

"For the love of Pete! Once you get a 
hunch—" 

"I'm afraid It's 'not Just a hunch. I 

know! And I ran prove it!'" 

" Your Idea of proof,"' he grunted. "JuSt 
intuitions." 

"Look at the.se two addre.s.ses The 'r' 
out of ahgnnient on both! And that 
caplUl 'W- And no two typewriters are 
alike'"" 

" By George, beheve you re right! ' A 
scowling scrutiny. "Typed on the same 
machine; But where. In blayes'd you get 



• Ciot his nerve. II he thinks be can 

carry it off—" 

"Oh. you won t say anything? Dear, 
you won"t ' " .shakmg his arm. "Not let 
him know we know? " 

"Now never mind the coaching. Maybe 
I"ll frisk him when he goe.s make sure 
he hasn't snitched anything else! " 

"Dear, don't Joke. It's too serious." 

Feverishly .she rr'umplf'fl ^h*' wrappliiRS 
into the waste basket. The Christmas^card 
tucked under the desk blotter. 

Still flurried when Mr Wayne came In. 
Straining for a natural greeting. 

-Just on my way home. Saw your light* 
up here." 

Warren's casual response. But their 
guest obviously ill at ease. His glanee' 

wandering to the bookcase 

"Have a cigar'' " offering the box By 
the way, I got that Kipling back." 

"Thanks. , Not the one you lost? That 
•Captains Courageous ?"" 

"Wasn"t lost. Stolen!" 

A moment's vibrant .siii iu < as Warren 
lit his rlKar Then an abrupt, 

" See here. „Wayne, If I d known you 
wanted It that much— I'd havk sqld It 
to you!" 



"An amateur detective here.", he 
grinned. When Helen scenU a- mystery 
— can't rest till slic's solved it! ' 

• Oh, I m so sorry," slie crimsoned. "I - 
didn t dream-<- " 

"Bnfhow did you solve it? I vrftpped 
and addressed that myself— no ide)atifl- 
cation" 

Tlie liiJi"« AU machines have pmiU- 
arilies. And I'd your last year s (.'husinias 
card You always have the addresses 

typed- ■ 

"So that's how! " twisting his clgiu*. 

Very mninious, Mi.s Cuitis But 1 l an t 
help wishuig you were somewhat less 
acute!" 

•"Will, 11 Ju.Nt lorKit It,' sluub;ged 
Warren. But tell yuu what ill do 11 
you still want that Kipling so badly— I'll 
let you !..>.' .■ ■ 

"Of course 1 want Tt? I'ftat^ mighty 
decent. 11 give you twice what yo« ptMd- 
Owe you that nuu h 

"Now I'm not in the book busmess. 
You 11 pay what I did. A hundred seventy 
- no more " 

Mr. Waynes futile protest. At last 
writmg a chequi' for only one seventy. 

Over their cigars, talking of books and 
eollertiuK The almospliere cleared— iJUdL. 
suU an undercurrent of constraint. 

After ten when he left with the «9VtUd 
"Captains Courageous "; 

"Your sleuthing certainly put him on 
the spot, Kitten! Motive, opportunity. 
e\ideiu e worked up a water-tight case." 

But wlien he cunle.ss( d -Oh, I was so 
embarrassed!"" 

" You emb.tri a.^.sed ' ■ he ^;i iniie(i What 
about Wayne! Pretty awkward lor him! " 

"Yes, I know, " a surge of sympathy. 
"And 1 loved the frank way he owned 
•up." 

"Huh. that's a new collector s racket— 

forcing a swap' Convinced lilinself that 
made it all right. All the same, 1 d rather 
.not halve known. But your darn persis- 
. tence— had to dig up his Chn.stma* card. 
Can't pry you off a detective trail!" 



This Week's Best Books 



Bv LIHKAKY SLKVK f. 

"Royal Progrete. I8S7-1937." by Hector 

Bolltho A hl.storleal sketrh offered as a 
souvenir of the Coronation In this book 
Mr. Bolltho has reviewed Jntlmately the 
Ule of the mnnareliy in KtiRlaiid during 
one hundred years, There are 107 pages 
Of text. Klescrlbln^ events and stages of 
personal evolution '. in the lives of five 
sovereigns. "Royal Progress ' i.s an Im- 
partial, an accui-ate. a human and In- 
terest uir aerouiU of the Royal Kamtiy 
during the lakt cjcntury. The chapters on 
Queen V ctoilla jand the Prince Consort 
are partiruh-jrly lively and the llhi.stra- 
tions molit cL'irming Indeed, the lllus- 
tration.s |ind photographs throughout the 
book arr? vefy plr.isuiy They are from 
diflerentj periods, some in colors and all of 
fine quality. 



"Farewell. Spain.J by Kate O Brlen 
■ This bonk c'>titain,s random remlnl.scences 

tn crystalli/e the ir.nod.s atid emotions 
that Spain rou.sed in tliofie who kne'w the 
rounirv The author, an Irl.sh novelist, 
made inanv visits to .Spam in tlie yeans 
before nvil war broke out there She now 
recall.s the thlni;.-. th.U rtellRhted hrr in 
those travels that were esc.ipisl .mil not 
sot'inloglcal In mten'. and ends on a note 
of sadness thai such pleasures mav never 
again be poaxible. Mi.s.s ()niii iis h .nk 
h ' • • ( t ion and rharm More mUmate 
an.i , . rning And impre.ssioni.st ir than 
'a guide book, her writing gives nn am;iz- 
Inplv Mvid Impression both of Spanl.sh 
count I v.side and of Spanish .tn tut'^cture. 
Mlss-rt Brlen ob.scrved many small but in- 
riir.iTive thing.s m her travels and has 
— rnitrtf- ^h»» book one of living memorle.s 
vlgorou."?. natural, sometimes gay. 

"Nev\ \iM k, I ity of I'ilies." by Hulbert 
Footjirr Explores streets, squares, parks 
watf»rfront. publlr buildings, ""and all 
around the Tf»*ft."" An informal guide 
book to the .sights and scenes of New 
York Cr^y from Battery Park to Fort-Try«^. 
on. and from the MotrnpolUan Opera 
Hini.se to a burlesque .show. It la a guide 
book as nearly up to the minute a.s could 
well be printed between covers and one 
that does not keep you oui.side looking 
■\\ tlie tali buUdinii.s and (he nv>iiuinents. 
Mr. Footner is a superb reporter, and he 
brings to the mystery of New York City 
the same even shrrwdnes.s the same flair 
of character and motive that he has 
ffhoM-n in his be.st dftectlVe stories. This 
l> 'k, bv one who has loved Manha"an 
— ^mce bri\ho,id. Is written with .sly and 
«quiet ri niprtei'.re and yet with charm. 

"Prairie Grove.'" bv Donald Culro.s,s 
Prattle In this hook the author tells the 
story of a small section of UU90U prairie 
land In the days of lu formation tn pre-, 
hi.storir g'^oiogic times, in the days of 



bison, m ilie days of Uie earliest settlers, 
and down to modern times. The author 

has Riven a eharmiiiR picture of the 
develupmenl of a particular region In 
America— a combination of natural' his-" 
tory and American history. Although' he" 
gives this lu.slory authentJically, he never 
forgeU^hat he is prlmar ly a naturalist, 
lie knows tlie Indians. _ the problems of 
the frontiersmen and lu v they hved and 
worked. The careful rij der cannot fall 
to .secure a true idea of n untamed region 
transformed into a laikd of homes a; ' 
agriculture. { 

"Over the .N<»rlh Pole." One fif tlie three 
Soviet .aviators who flev^ over i-he North 
Pole from Moscow to Portland, Oregon m 
May. 1937. describes that first trans- 
Polar flight. A day-by-day apcqunt which 
.shows the troubles whi<-h h.ad to be over- 
come m siM'h a long record-breaking trip 
Baldukov writes as. simply as a master 
mechanic to whom lus job is all m the 
day s work, and still so vividly thai the 
reader shares the adyenture. 



"I.aplanrt Journey," by HalUday G 
.Sutherland. The author of Arches ol 
the Yearalljdescribes a Journey through 

Finland und Lapland He tr.iveled by 
train,, motor bus, small steamer and rein- 
deer sledge, and .saw rnuch of the remote 
territory of the two (N^untnes Included 
with his records of interesting conscrva- 
trons enroutf IS'»omethlng of the history, 
politics ami customs of the loraltties he 
visited Ur. SuMirrland has produced an 
uncommonly One iravelHe«k in ' Lapland 
Journey." . • 

"King George VI." by Hector Bolltho 

A detailed smoothl y written and readab le 
account of the life of the present King of 
England frximJalrtH to his COrohatlon. It • 
rontalns all that a formal bioKraphy need 
contain fttTd milkes ho pretenre to any- 
thing el.se. 

"Those Wild West Indies." by Edmund 
S.' Whitman A breeaily written account 
of the West In dies i n. which tii. ;;e,u. the 
pests, the plants, animals, and som^^of the . 
,people are described. 

"Krandlnayia Beckons," by Amy Oakley. 
Trave^t>oolt on Ndrway, Sweden. Denmark 
and Finland, written as a result of 4wq 
Suminer vacitlon.s .spent 'h'^e i-n'n- ■ 
tries The book stre.sses the ariislic, the 
picture.sque and per.sonalltiei. Flagstad. 
Selma I.ager'of and Sibelius are among 
those whom the author visited. Whethef 
eonsMered as a'-fvide lMX>k or as an ac- 
count of the acenery. hl.story. people and 
places in Scandinavia . thi4 ia .a very 
charming and. satisfying book. It Is well 
written and the Hlu.st rat ions add much 
to- It Written by Amy Oakley in the mood 
of alert and happy boUdaya, and lavuhlf^ 



and beautifully Illustrated by Thornton 

(Jakley, ""Scandinavia Bcckon.s" h;us n dis- 
tinct character of its own among books 
about these northern countries. The 
artist s pencil has caught the .shimmer- 
ing loveliness of those landscapes, as well 
as their belter known grandeur and the 
scn.se of the ever-pre.sent .sea The en- 
thusiasm and sympathy of the author and 
illustrator are transmitted to the reader 
and hold his Interest 

"PolitlcoB." by Matth«(W JosephsMTiT" 

Companion volume to "Robber Baron.s. " 
this is the story of the key men who 
played such an important part In Amer- 
ican history from 1885 to the rlo.se of the 
century. In this book the author reviews 
the political history of the United States 
from the end of the Civil War to Bryan's 
defeat in 1896. Mr. Josephson s book is 
important for afty student of American 
hi.st-iry. It is a m i.nl.trly work, giving a 
good picture of lire limes. 

• 1 reti. h liidn- China," by Virginia Mc- 
Lean Ihumpson. A jjcholarly study of 
French Indo-Chlna, covering hlitorical 
background' ^nd prebcnt-day economic 
and political conditions and problems. 
This book l.s the first comprehensive ' 
.Mudy 'i! }-i.:.ii, Indo-Chlna to appear In 
KuRli-sJi and it coVers every facet, his- 
torical, economic, admini.str.atlve. and, 
above all, culiuia: French Indo-Chlna 
lies at the cro.ss-roads of the two most 
brilliant rivili/,atif)ns of Asia. In the 
nineteenth century that lonK-iSM.ii'vl 
petvi natttfr w a.s fureibly biought> into con- 
tact wltTra~gr eat Occidental culture. The 
ensuing Interaction and reaction on both 
peoples and Institutions afford a fascinat- 
ing f^eld of .study for students of the ex- 
pansiorL_of_ Europe and of the meta- 
)nori>hosls oLBoutheastern Asia. 

Additional titles in non-fiction are: 
Acro ss th e, . Fro ntieTs."' by Philip H. 

Gibbs. 

"Tyrarmy-of Words,:' by Stuart Chase. 
Helen Keller's Journal," by Helen 

Adatn- Keller 

" ."Child Under Sail, fey Mrs DUzabeth' 
Linklater. 

Spanush TesUmcnt, " by Arthur 

Koe.vtler. 

'•^was. a Share-Crppper, by Harry H. 
Kroll. 

' Ha.f a M.:.. r. Tiamps." by L A Gape 
"An An-.encan Testament. Narrative of 
Rebels and Romantics. ' by Joseph Free- 
man. 

Defne. ' by James R Sutherland. 
"Mind .That . Found Itself," by C. W, 
Beers. 

More About Nova Scotia. " by Clara 
DcrJiis. 

•Somerset Essays. ' by Llewelyn Powys. 

■ Dorset E.s,«ays "' by Llewelyn Powys 

"Colored Counties Short Survey of the 
English Landscape and ' lu Antiquities." 
by Charles B F 

"Without. ..sf t;.e Diary of a 

rrtnchwoman in, fcotlaad," bjr Mary LjroB; 



Queen TTlarig al iKe Fair 



QUEEN Mary has attended every Brit- 
ish Fair— excepting that of the 
year King George V died— Since 

Its inception in 1915. 



She is the ffolder of "No. One" staff 

badge, the departmental e?nblem worn by 
officials of the fair, and so great Is her 
Interest that she has made no fewer than 

thirty-five separate visits. 

In recoKtiition of her interest! in indus- 
trial craltsinanship and in the fair, >he 
recently received the Albert Midal of the 
Royal Society of Arts, an award which has 
been made only to two othei women- 



Queen Victoria and Madame Curie. 

Her Majesty can look back ,o_thc first 
' Sample " Fair in 1915, when manufac- 
turers were called together In London to 
see the kind ot articles BrUalti was then 
importing Ironi abroad and which, in the 
naiional interest, it was imperative that 
we should iearfi to fnake at home. 

Thftt, Indeed: was the origin of the fair 
II changed, as the result of changinii need 
and circomsiaiiees. to a display of a wide 
range— "from powder pufT to a powisr 
plant' — of Briiish and Empire pfoducts. . 
It is now the greatest national trade fair 
m the world. 

Wtifn Queen M.iry first visited the fair 
U was nol accommodated as. it i.s now 'in 
London and Birmingham' 4n three of the 
u M^a'est exhibition buildings to be found 
ai.) \^ here ' "T 

In lho.se anxTous first years, with a war 
occupying e\ei\boays minds, the fair 
found hou.se room whcre~lt could— in—a 
museum, at the Crystal Palace and, for 
two years, in a draufhty warehouse at the 
London. Docks 

Up of rhc Gods 

IN VA^. pni~r;rr.s rrlir.<^ :r. 'he Victoria 
and Albert Museum made way for a 
display of British products manufactured 
for the flr.st time In Britain 

Perhaps it Was a little odd for visitors 
to find Britain's latest eftorts m produc- 
tion' di.splayed almost ii'eraliy in the lap^ 
of the gods^— for s'a'ies f,f my'hical 
heroes ""I'xikcd dowi. peihap.s a iitlle" 
haughtily, on those pioneer {Sorts to do " 
for ourselves what o'her countries had for 
many years done for us 

Life in the museum wa.s comfortable^ 
and even impressive But the exigencies 
of war soon brought about j|k contrast. 
The f air m o v ed to a iirii tt g H r" i t ihe 
London P- rks' There was a pungent and 
not very agreeabie odor hanging over ine 
place Apparentl;^ It had been u-sed to 
hou.se raw hides 

There was no heating, little in the way ' 
of lighting, and practically ho material 
for the building of stands 

Wha» It was like u best de.scrll>ed in 
the following Incident A workman. »ith 
hia lunch tied in a handkerchief, was 



looking round for a spot on which to sit 

and eat The only po.ssible .seat was a 
lice bucket, but the rini proved to be a 
cutting acquaintance, so he turned the 
4«jekct up.slde down, thumped it until the 
block of ice fell out. and £at. with a sigh 
of relief, on that! 

Rats— and Cats 

A N army of Thames- side rats greeted 
j/a. the occasion with enthusiasm. They 
were dellKhted to come along and take 
*hal scraps they could hnd. They were 
followed by the cau. It was a fearful 
sight. The dock cats were battle-.searred, 
halt and disreputable But they had the 
advantage of dally rations, ofnclally 
served Their less frtrtunate kin. the vag- 
abond cats, which had no home and no. 
master, were an unbelievably melancholy 

.siKht 

But the fair went on. In WIK>, when 
the -Birmingham Chamber of. Commerce 

Jir.st n.ade its joint conlr.buMon to the 
fair, tne display in London moved to the 
Crystal Palace. In place of the rigors of 
Dpckland, exhibitors could now eiijoy 'h'' 
exotic splendors of scmi- tropica,! trees and 
birds ot paradise fluttering in the palace 
aviary 

F.xh.bitors have now, at Olympia and 
LariS Court in I^^ndon. the advantage of 
two of the most outstanding examples of 
exhibition buildings In existence, and at 
"Castle Bromwich. Birmingliam, is a vast 
building on one floor, set ap^rt and spe- 
. planned for the <ole purpose of 
ai.^puying engineering and hardware 
products. 

Miles of Goods 

THIS great fair. orRani/ed simultane- 
ously in London and Birmingham. Is 
now and has been for many years— a 
distinguished dl*piay of the quality and 

range of Briti.sh and Empire produCs ar.d 
plays a notabie pan in a.s.Msiing United 
Kmg du m trade. — — — 



Queen Mary has' been a loyal and dis- 
tinguished visitor throughout the^e 
changing years.' 'She hti walcfied its 
progre.vs \xu\vi .1 • rRency efTorl of M,e 
war to a grea". .ns'atuTIoh promoting 
BrHatn •— and the gmpire ' i— tiwUiig in* 
terests in paace. 

Now the fair invites the world's bikers 
to its twenty -hve-odd miles of display 
counters, its object being to encourage 
other nations f/i bay in order that Britam. 
in her 'urn. may the more readily buy 
from them 

A Berg Breaker 

A benign and considerate whala . 
. Met sr. leeberg adrlftjn a gale. 
' Such a huge one " iiaid he, 
"Is a danger at sea'*" 
Bo he amaalM it up wMli Ms t#U. 



A Fishing Trip to Hihium 

I Continued Yx^nw Page 1) 

Thursday, our last day al tlie lake, we 
were up early and after a good breakfast 

started to tidy up the camp. There was 
wood to be cliopped, the cabui to be swept, 
and those saucepans we had been soaklng- 
for the la.sl two days demaiTHed (I'an- 
ing. By noun everytliing was in sliape, 
blankeU rolled, Unes dried, rods taken 
down, and all o ur be longings carried to. 
the wharf. It was Just 1;30 when we fin-" 
Ished. and. as June said she would call 
for us al 3. dec ided to have our last swim 
Sitting on the wharf, lazily smoking our 
pipes, we must have looked a sad sight 
as our boat) dre-* near, for it wat With 
deep rpgretlwe w< ie ieavuiK ~^ 

\ Leaving the iakc 

ONCE aj^.tin we waif hed June throw 
the double diamond h»t*;*i. Wa 
saddled our horses and with one last look 

at the lake were ori our way. 

Arriving at the rancii-house in two 
hours and twenty minutes, we wer^ 

greeted by a party of Americans, who had 

, Just come in from Seattle. They were 
a fine bunch of fellows, all keen flsher- 
tii'ii ai.d raqT^r to hear lio* the fi l.iiig 
was We told ttirni all we knew and of 
■ "the big one that ' away We were still 
sitting on tl.f p'lKi. Ii'.i. ' : .''S, 

when Mrs Walters came out and loicl us 
suppn was ready. After enjoying a won- 
derful meal we KHt ar ii.d and talked" 
until 10 and then turned in. _ 

The aroma of ba' on and epgii greeted 
us early tiie next morning and upon 
arising we rtl.seoverrd it wa« .onlv 6 o'rrnrk. 
Our American fri'^nds *rre determined to 
g^t in early start and were already eat- 
ing breakfast We loined them ia'^r 
' ' Watched Juhe and Reta load the p,i' k 
♦ horse.s Finally they were all set and as 
they m'lwntert their liars'" we wished 
them the be.sl of luck We waicned ti»em 
until they wc^e oyl.j>f:^^right. then went 
bark to tiie hon^e tr, v»y i?'->o'i-bve to Mrs. 
Walter.s and June With a final farewell 
a nd p r o ip tt e s to b e bttffk n »»rt year , " w a 



ITeaded our car south and for h^me. 

A Portable Lodge. 

ATf.PY unu.sual present is that of the 
Pres.dent of Poland to Governor 
H'lrihy, a p«^)rtab'lt. collapsible slriootlng 
U>dge.'madV' of pine Pillars fitting In'o 
the florir supp'irt the ceiling and walla.: 
doors and windows are slid Into grooves, 
so the whole thing is easily put up and 
taken to pieres by eight men in six hours. 
Seventeen meters in length, the lodge 
contalni a' dlntng-ro^im to seat thrat 
dozen peop> a serving-r'K.m «:,d • dr»'ss- 
ing-room <^e motor lorry will transport 
the 'Whole thing. 

On his raeent visit to Poland Oovernor 
Horthy was ent»>r'a:n»»f1 bv Mr Movirl? 
In the original m'/dei of ihis mtvel lodge, 
a POttUl lAVMUOO. 



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THE day Js bright and sunny as we 
ieave Joyce behind us and proceed 
westwards. Ollmpses of farms come 
W ux from b<*twppn the trees.. a)id JsJice a 
f e w iiiH ea along w^ere a by-way leads to 
Oettysburf a gas station Is the nucleus 
of a littk- roadside villaRe. Wt are not fai 
from the sea here, but we turn away In- 
land under the hills and Anally come 
llBht down to thf .short' at Twin Rivers* 
'We had intended lo .spend a night by. the 
last River, remembering as I did A pleas- 
anl camp there on my la.st visit, but the 



ical or &ub-tropical aspect, indicating that 
the temperature of the shallow water wu 

warm, .so it is probably .safe to assume 
that theae line shales were laid down at 
the comparatively great depth! of at least 
1,000 fathoms" The fos.sil solemyas from 
Twin Rivers are easily recognized by their 
jrather narrow shells, about three times as 
long as broad, and particularly by the 
ray-like pattern on their sur laces lornied 
by radiating lines with inter-spaces wid- 
.ening towards the outer pdt'c of the> valve. 

Clallam Peninsula 



.•trong westerly wind Twin Rivers has a 
reputation for smell lishing and has a 
C.CC- camp not^ fat away. But while 
neither of the.se things "put it on the 
.map." as we say, it has something which 
enshrines it in the annals of science and 
of which the tourist iiandbooks t ikf no 
cognizance: it is a^oted fossil centre. 
Long before I saw it I used to look long- 
ingly al It name on the Reolojucal map 
Of Wa-shlngion and then across the Strait. 
It lies almost due south of Sandstone 
Creek, where so many happy fossU-hunt- 
ihg hours have been spent. 

Collecting Fossils 

THE fo.ssils of 'r'.uii f?iver.-. are found 
Lo. tiie cast and lu liie wc^L m the 
c llf T i between which lle-the two streams 
which. cominR from diverKPnt .srturces In 
the foothills, almo.st meet at the shore. We 
begin on the eail, wTiere in§ CHI! 18 low 
and at the base ha*i been carved and 
planed and slips away beneath the w^ves. 
Here we collected a number of fossils from 
the soft sandstone We then went acro.s.s 
West Twin River to the loftier clifTs of 
sand.ttone and shale where the Hallets 
and I procured .-nme exi'cllent material m 
11»28._. Unforiunalely the vicissitudes to 
w^lch the rocks are subject have seriously 
afTected this place Larue slips have oc- 
curred and where we were able formerly 
to stand at the base of the cliffs and work 
we now found long screes of finely broken 
shale and other loo.^e material. We did, 
however, get a few good specimens and 
we found the outcrop ccjiitaming limy 
nodules much as It was. These nodules 
in many Instances contain large crusta- 
cean fragment.s, portions of the chltlnous 
covering nf the claws and legs. The per- 
lecl preservation of all the delicate mark- 
' ings. ' so perfect that no doubt of the 
iluuacter of the anlni.il., to which they 
belonged is possible, i emu nl.^ one Of the 
beautiful manner in which the wing-cases 
of beetles, al.so compo.sed ot chltln. are 
preserved In ancient bog uiaierial. Of the 
shells found, the most Interesting. I think, 
is the soleiiiy.i This name is made up of 
solen,' the raz<jr-.slieli. and "mya, ' the 
gaper or clam, as suggesting an external 
resemblance to both Iheat bivalves. 

Genus of Slemya 

THE late Miss Tcgland, In her "Fauna 
of the Type, ni.'ikeley of Washington," 
thus describes this genus, of which two 
fo.ssll specle.s are found In the Twin River 
cllfTs; ' Slemya is a nuid borinR ccnus 
which' IS dredged at ureal depths. It is 
rare both In living and fossil records and 
In the latter is found almost exclusively - 
in fine shales. The shell is ci^alky, quite 
soft and thin, and as a result the genus, 
fo.ssll or rrccni, is only (jccasionally found 
well preserved. The .surface is covered by 
a chltlnous, perlostracUm <or epldermls> 
which extends a considerable distaiu e be- 
yond tjje margin of, t^c valves, and al- 
though this covering Is Ynlsslng from the 
fcssll Speclmciw the glo,s,sy imprliU snme 
tmies remains lu the shales. ' Living spe- 
cies have been dredged up In the Oulf of 
Panama from a di pili of 1.703 fathoms, 
or nearly 11.000 feet, and from 1.5«8 fath- 
»)ms In the Gulf of California. In north- 
ern waters they have been found in water 
.•u; shallow as sixty fatho ms i n Vuget 
btmiid. The rea.son for this disparity is 
that in-troplcal and sub-troplcal seas the 
cool water they require Um at a far 
greater depth than further north and 
south They have almo.'^t Ui variably bifcn 
found on a bottom of nozo and mud' 
hence the conclusion drawn by Ml.ss Teg- 
laftd In her monograpTt Is that "aside 
from this Kcniis and a few other deep' or 



more i<j.^.mi i>i but as it llM-off the main 
road we decided to push Oh to Clallam. 
Our way from Twin Rivers for the moat 
part had, lain clo.se to the .sea. We were 
now in the beautiful valley that separates 
Clallam Peninsula from the foothills. 
Ma.vses of flreweed and f jXRlove border 
the road on each side. The foxgloves 
.stood tail and stately, pink, purple and 
white, but they had dropped too thor- 
oughly 

■ from throat to top 

A daily le.s.sening bell," 

and their chief beauty was over. The 
flreweed. or, as they call It In Britain, the 
F rench wUlow, ccse-bay, or willow-herb, 
was. in perfect form. Some of the plants 
were weTl-branche^T ^shes, two^ feet or 
more acros,s and five or six feet high. And 
the flowers had colors I had never seen 
before so finely displayed. Rosy pink was 
Interspersed with decided purple and a 
deeper tmt of rose. The beauty of the 
color was still further .varied by the effect 
of the afternoon sun falling through the 
iorest with all the effects of brilliantly 
contrasted light and shade. We don't ap- 
preciate the flreweed half enough. And 
If the foxglove doesn't spread naturally as 
it appears to have done in Washington, 
we should encourage it by sowing. 

After a few miles, scattered farms tell 
us we are approaching Clallam. We are 
already on the cross-road from Sappfao, 
which is the junction with the main high- 
way 101. We feel again the sea In the 
air and suddenly the buildlnga of the little 




SU» Iwk, Oallaa Isy. Waih. 



Village appear against the background of 
the Strait and of distant Vancouver Is- 
land. We are now due south of Lost 
Creek. We decide to stay the night at the 
Clallam Bay Inn and And that we have 
been wise in our choice, for Clallam Is 
suffering from the breakdown of its water 
.'ystem and the difficulties can be met 
better there, and are. The accommodation 
ig simple taut claan, and ther e is an ex- 
cellent restaurant where your meals are 
cooked before your eyes. 

The original Clallam seems to have been 
what is now called Sekiu. another village" 
at the west end of the bay, and we are 
now staying In what the older maps 
designate as East Clallam. Clallam River, 
liav^g gathered in the forces of Lost 
Creek and Plerson Creek, rtms through 
the town and parallel to the shore, so that 
a bridge connects the main street with 
the wharf. When I was last here the 
steamer from Neah' Bay came in, and had 
I been a few years earlier I should have 
doubtless seen the Port Angeles one, as 
indeed we have seen It across the waters 



from our old camp.'; from Mulr Creek to 
Sandstone Creek. But that is a thing of 
the past. 

Below the Lighthouse 

NEXT morning we go out to the rocks 
belo'.v !lif lii'!.^ house. The path Is a 
board-walk running past some little cot- 
tages in the garden of one of which an 
elderly man ts busy pirkini? led huckle- 
berries off a bush that seems by Its load 
of fine fruit to appreciate the care of en- 
closure. The foxgloves are in full flower 
alnnK our way Some of them have PJire 
white flowers without the slightest trace 
of a spot. The salmonberrles and the 
scarlet elderberries are in fruit, reminding 
us of the Island, but on the ground below 
we see one of the prettiest of plants of 
the forest floor, the Oregon or 'redwood 
oxalis. or wood-sorrel, its large green 
leaves purplish beneath and with a pale 
flower here and there It is unfortunate 
it has never got across to our Island. I 
brought a plant from Califorhia nearly 
thirty years ago and we have grown It 



ever silice, Indoors and uut. in sunshini 
and shade, with great satisfaction. We 
leave the board-wdk' and cross the ter- 
raced gravel beach. Boon we are clamber 
Ing round the rocks, which here are dark 
conglomerates and shaly sandstones rising 
up In bold cliffs against which is perched 
the Slip Point, lighthouse with its out- 
buildings. We have a large area of shore 
to cover. Tlie tide is still low, but is turn- 
ing and we have "to tnake haste. What 
with the exposed ledges and the huge an- 
gular boulders from the cliffs above, we 
have an Infinite variety of shore .scenery 
^ii^ clyalax jy^mes however^ w^en m**t 
"oM^^bsffuiim^d-^ht 
house we come In sight of Slip Point it- 
self, which is a pyramidal mass of shaly. 
sandstone a hundred feet or more in 
height crowned with the inevitable tre.' 
The western side is in shadow, the east- 
ern ^4ew»in-1*te-etm9Wiier--Behln<l-i»-the- 
forested cliff, and at its foot a little fur- 
ther on is one of those detached pillars 
which at full tide form stacks and mark 
the effectiveness of the coastal erosion. 
Already the sea is rurinlng up the edge 
of the rocky platform and we feel com- 
pelled to work our way backward. The 
fossils are scarce over the part we tra- 
verse, but we get a few. As we go I find 
myself wondering amid the masses of 
fallen rock, what Interpretation the In- 
dians put on this debris ot the earth s 



the shore We found ourselvps hy th» 



wreckage ol a wooden ve.sM l driven ashore 
here many years ago. The huge timbers 
ol the keelson, studded wuh a lurest of 
iron bdits. still witlusiands the ravages of 
sea and weather, and much of the hull 
lies like l\w waHs of .some ^;real buiUlir.i; 
prone on the rocks. Once more on our 
way. I was enjoying the varied scenery 
when suddenly my companion said. 
"Whafs this?" There our left ambled 
along the rciad a sniai. biack and white 
animal with a conspicuous, tall, "A 
skunk' ' I replied We pave the pretty 

irltKOut 'furCTler mves*l{gftMm. It^t 

(list (ii:f I had .mtii for more than forty 
years, b ut once seen always remcm- 
oerea is particularly true of skunfcs. This 

with squirrels and a sln^;le d.iik (;ri't iush 
lizard caught outside our tent al Fort 



C^ e s te nt cOngtUUtM BlI Ih^ Iotfi-- ! dOtea 

wild life we saw on our trip. 

Three or four miles e.ist of Neah Bay we 
came in sight ol two very large rock- 
stacks lying off the coast, and eventually 
we came to the little bay at the en'.rav.ce 
to which they lie. They are known as 
Seal Rock and SaH Rock. The brilliant 
sunshine lit up the yellow sandstone 
aguiiisl liie dark sea, witli uur Island in 
the distance, while the picture was frmmed 
by masses nf foliage along the hillside 



above the cove. 

crusTTjusi as we are below the lighthouse— j^^j^j^ ^^^^^ ^j^,^, ^j^.^^, 

apaln, we hear a voice and, looking up. ^^j^^^ .^^^^^^ ^j^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ manner of 
see two ol the staff leaning over the lail- fl^^^^^^ ^ ,,„.,^,. .j.j,^^^ .^^ 

Ing of the board-walk hign apove us^ 

You re not finding much gold down 



there, are you?" To which rather hack- 
neyed remark we give complete assent. 
We proceed to spend a few minutes on 
the shaigle, where we soon lind a few 
agates and some jasper pebbles already 
very highly pohslied by the sea This 
seems to me the best beach for pebble 
hunters I have come across. 

At Neah Bay 

IN the allernoon we drove to Neah Bay, 
twenty miles further west. The road 
follows the coast closely, and we broke 
the drive once to spend a little time on 



Younger Churches Take 
Equal Place at Madras 



By DR. J. a IN.SWORTU 

AS a \)y -product of their conflict, 
each of the warring countries of the 
Orient will In e a notable world 
gi*t)3erlng. Japan must do without the 
Olympic Games which were dated for 
1040 m Tokio. China cannot play the 
host to the International Missionary 
Conference that was arranged for Hang- 
chow in December of this year. 

All the world knows about the .swilch- 
'Ing of the Games to Helsingfors in J'm- 
land, a land of athletes and alKlclIc rec- " 
ords Comparatively few have heard of 
the missionary gathcrlng-that has been 
transferred from Hangchow to Madras in 
India. , or rather to Tambaram near -that 
city, where Is located the ivladras Chris- 
tian CollPKc. Helslngfor."? will furnish 
ropy for pace after page of the daily 
press and its winners will get the head- 
lines. Madras will have to be content 
with a possible paragraph or two. 

It. would be interesting to pursue the 
comparison between the.se two gatherings 
that for the moment the war has brought 
into view Helsmpfors will assemble the 
finest exuonents Of physical culture the 
world ove* and lt>jwlll be a thrilling sight 
and the story a thrilling -story. At Mad- 
ras win meet a few hundred enthusiasts 
ori spiritual culture, who will simply talk 
and pray. Hel.'^inRfors will have the 
huzzas, the pageantry,, the tense climatic 
moments, the surging of vast crowds. 
The'affalr at Madra.s will be quiet, to the 
average onlooker dull. 

Of the rel.itive impact, however, of 
thesertwo upon world hfe a word or two 
of comment may be In.sertcd here. One 
cold-water genera the fauna of the typical of the objects qf the Olympic Games .Is 
Blakeley (or upper Ollgoceiie.)_jia8 a tropr— tht promotion ot International fellowship 



Wfed< of the Tug Jvlogul 



By OEOROE BONAVIA 

THERE are still many seafaring men 
who remember the powerful tug 
Mogul, a familiar sight here for a 
, short time before she became a total loss 
near Tatoosh lighthouse In 1895. 

On March 20, 1886. the Mogul was 
launched at Taconw for the Tacoma 
Bt e am Navigation Company. Her prin- 
cipal owners were James OrifTlths. Gen- 
eral J. W. Sprague and I. W.' Anderson. 
The tug was ninety-four feet long; nine- 
teen feet eight Inches In beam, and had 
a hold ten and one-half feet deep. In 
her day it was not unusual for a tug to 
hmve cargo space. 

For several years the Mogul wAs com-, 
manded by Capt. Clark W. Sprague. and 
became a familiar flgure/ in Pugrt .s< und 
She was purchased in 1894 by Capt. Henry 
Smith, operating as the B.C. Tugboat 
C uropm y. and placed un der Bri tish. 
lf|Uli> 

Capt. Smith was born in New York and 
Mw ■li»y He-Mt- -rtfar Atlantic coast ^elcfre 
moving to Puget Sound In 1883, Soon 
gfter arrival he accepted a position aboa rd 
It. -V)aa Xnaerionr iiB JiTf «• Jomtd 



Capt. George Whit,e m building 8s. Etta 
Willie which he commanded for twenty 
\ear.s. Under his direction the steamship 
was converted Into a tug and taken to 
British Columbia In 1894 

After reburidlng the Mogul at. Victoria. 
Capt. Smith prepared to tow sailing eWpe- 
to and from Cape Flattery and take ad- 
vantage of all other business that of- 
fered. 

In command of Capt. William IKilUam- 
soii, the Mogul left Fsqiiimalt on May 12. 
1895. with the Brlti.sh baik Darra in tow 
.. After letting go the hawser off the 
( .^pe, the tug steamed alongside the bark 
to recover the heaving line. Tossed by a 
waveTBie sailing vessel caught the Mogul 
a glancing blow which .sprung the tug's 
stem. The Mogul immediately commenced 
to leak at faster rate than the pumps 
could cope with. 
Williamson ordered steam crowded on 

-.With water up.to thg fiia, iht MotnLgLas 
beached In an exposed position two miles 
east Qf Tatoosh lighthouse. A few hours 

- later t wo o th er ^tu g t e a« e- lo ass i sti. ths ; 
stricken vf.wl. but .^he had already com- 
menced to break up Lltt> was 5a\ed 
f|om th« wrecli,, 



and thus of world peace. Without pa.ss- 
ing an opinion on the considerable body 
of criticism as to thWr non-success In 
this respect, there is no doubt that Inter- 
national fellowsliip and world peace will 
be promoted by the Madras missionary 
meeting, as It has been by tho.se of 
Jerusalem in 1928 and Edinburgh in 1910. 
Over the praying groups In the college 
halls of Tanib.iram will hover the dove of 
peace, to carry thence the- olive branch 
to the warring peoples of the world. ^ 

Third ot Missionary Triad 

THE Madras meeting is the third of the 
twentieth century n^^Mlonary triad. 
Edinburgh' was .somewhat of a forum, 
where thousands attended and hundreds 
spoke. The smaller and more representa- 
tive as.semblage at Jeru.salem was more 
like a meeting of cabinet ministers. Al- 
though only ten years In retrospect, says 
Dr. Mott, It ! :is exerted a greater influence 
than that of Kdinburgh now nearly thirty 
years In the past. . In Its make- 
.up'Mkiras Win Be mocli like Jerusalem, 
onlif s ,111 more representative, still more 
deliberative, and its findings more Influ- 
entjlal. Madras will be more nearly a 
parliament of Christ i.niit \ . 

It win be truly representative. The 450 
delegates, except a small number co-opted 

.IS authorities on particular subjects, have 
been appolifCed by the various national 
and International Christian Councils 

It will be more nearly world-wide than 
was Jerusalem. The plan requires that 
fully one-half of the regular members 
shall be members of the younger chun hp.s. 
that Is from those churches which have 
been planted In modern times by the mis- 
sionaries of the "older churches. ' This is" 
something new. N4^nger will Europe, 
North America and Australasia hive the 
. majority vote, They will share tlfty-flfty 
with A.sla, Africa and South America^ 

This is a notable advance. Al Edin- 
burge 1 per cent of the delegates were 
nationals of ?!.'^ l^inds of the younger 

chu rches. At Jerusalem more th an 25 

per cent were. At Madras it will be SQ 
per cent; 225 of the 450 delegintes will 
come from lands that have been long 
called heathen. They th«fhselves or their 
ancestors were-^born heathen. 

Native Churchct E^l 

THIS means that the indigenous or 
native churche.<! Are coming to the 
front. They are being__recognlzed as of 
equal status with the sending churches. 
The daughter is taking her place .side by 
side w'lth her mother. It is her coming- 
out, so to speak. Or. to use a political 
lllustrati'-! fr :n rr\r own hfstory, a mis- 
sionary Statute of Westminster has come 
Into being. The native churches are no 
longer colpnles, are no longer dominions 
under Imperial rule; they are members 
side by side with those of Europe, North 
America and Australasia In a world 
Cl^flslian- mmmoni'Mllh. - co-oplrating 
under one King. 

-lake-Afrlc*. for example. For the first 

time in Its hl.^tnry v rt* of this vast 
poiftlnent will be r',.M tnted at. a world 
gatbenng. Dckkatei are expected Irom 



the following— and let the reader note 
every one of the sigiliflcant list Sierra 
Leone, Liberia. Nigeria, the Gold Coast. 
French West Africa. French Equatorial 
Africa and Belgian Congo, Angola 
• Portuguese territory, a mission of the 
• United Church of Canada », the area of 
the former CJerm.m colonies of Southwest 
Africa, Bantu, Sbuth Africa, Southern 
Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia. Portuguese 
East Africa, Nya.saland. Tanganyika, 
Uganda. Kenya, Egypt, the Egyptian 
Sudan. French liorth Africa and possibly 
Abyssinia The representation from Asia 
will be equally widesi)read. 

Great results are expected from this 
parity In status and numbers between the 
older and younger proups of churdu's It 
constitutes a quite unparalleled oppor- 
- tunlty — fnr — nitrttral- sharing. Each wlU 
separate ri<-lier and wiser ber.uise of the 
_j4Cw_feUowRlwp. The policies adopted will 
have behind them the wisdom of a wider 
ro-nperation thait ever before. The w ider 
unity will make possible a more .itrategic-. 
evangelism- Because of this, the pro- 
moters of the Madras conference bespeak 
sympathy and intercession for Its success. 



Wild Birds of Scotland 



B 



Iim- lovers In Scotland 
steps to secure for them a 



Notebooks of Da Vinci 

ONE of the most^ Intere ',:-,t; I.'.;,.:y 
events of the Pall WiU'be the^jub- 
Jlcatlon In England of the first complete 
Erutlish translation of the notebooks of 
Leonardo da Vincl. Illustrated by a'nunj- 
ber of his drawings. 

After Leonardo's death, his notebooks 
were scattered in rriiici t ions throughout 
the world. Edward .MacCurdy, who,se 
wurks on the painter are well known, has 
now hunted them down. Transcription of 
the .').0i)0 jjafes was difTlcult becau.se they 
\«,ere wruten in ■ looking-gia-s.*! writing," 
running from right to left, and frequently 
the closeness of the script almost defeated 
interpretation. " — 
The painter described his notebook.*! as 
,1 collection Without order takf n fr^m 
many papers which I have cnpied here, 
tioping afterwards to arranue them in 
order, each In Its place, accordmg to the 
subjects treated of," He died before he 
cnula carry out" ttiis task, but, the new 
tr.ki.i.h edition follows *he Scheme heiiad- 
in mind. 

Subjects dlscu-ssed 'In the notebooks in- 
clude phliosopKyV natural history, medi- 
cine, a-stfonvTiTV. . flight, mathematics, hy- 
draulics, wi^rfare. painting, architecture, 
music and sculpture. 



Round DaiKes" Revived 
R 



OUND d.inie,^. whuh i..iU a re- 
vival during t}ie -Summer, are 
likely to flgure larcely on 'hr pr icr.-immes 
of charity and private bau.i heid in Lon- 
don during the "Little Season," beginning 
in October. 

One dance which Is having a vogue is 



the "Jota." one of the tradiuuilttl Qlliuei 
of the Spanish peup> It was first dem- 
onstr.i'ed by .Sp.in.ard."! in '•irdlri.tr'. r < - 
nmg dre.ss. ui the same way that fci* /.i.sh 
dancers show their English friends, how 
to perform reels. 

The Jota in. In fact, rather like a High- 
land reel and has the same light, quick 
steps and gay music It is danced by the 
men o' Hrf re '^r a-.rli of 

tLeiC, ( li . • ^ .c-iut.--. .i:... . ac- 
cording to the particular region of Spain. 



are taking 
sanctu 

ary in Castle Semple Loch 

The e.state In which it lies, about half- 
way between Glasgow and Ardrossan, has 
been acquired by the Government for 
agricultural purpo.ses. and the Scottish 
Society for the Protection of Wild Bir'ls 
IS appealing to the public to establish 
this important, sheet of water as a re- 
serve for wild birds. 

The loch is one of the few in the west 
of Scotland remaining in a natural con- 
ditinn in which arpjatic birds can rest, 
and feed, and nest, and unless bird 
.sanctuaries are soon created the declin- 
ing number f>l wild fowl m SVotland vmI! 
grow less and less. There ought to be a 
chain *or such sanctuaries In which birds 
will feel free from molestation from one 
end of Scotland to the other. 

Many a natural haunt has become a 
public water supply or even a pleasure 
lake, with the reeds along its border 
cleared ■ away; buildings have risen on 
the shores and the highway along its 
bank has become busy owing to motor 
transport, waste ireas have been re- 
claimed: and as never before human 
beings have i(i\a'^-d the solitude- \Oii(h 
the birds aloilie enjf)yed. I'hus a lot of 
things good lor man have had a bad 
< fleet on the 'life of the wild bird, which 
lias also suffered from the elllcicncy of. 
the modern gun in the hands of the Ir- 
1 c .>pi)ii.sib:e and heartless sportsman. 

How valuable a sanctuary can be is 
shown in a recent report on the Dud- 
dington Lo ! .s ■ i. ■. < hed near 

Eflinb'uri-'h t ^cive years ago. Not only does 
;.n amaziiiK variety of birds-resort U) it 
for breeding, but an enormous number 
litqtient the loch; as- many as 1.700 
pochard were counted there on a day in 
January. 

The society aims a' making Scotland 
/the most bird-loving country in the 
world," and believes that Castle Semple 
Loch would show splendid results as a 
new saiictuSiry, 

Protcctian Movement 

"HE procre.v made by*Ttaly in her carf 
animals and bird.s Is shown by the 
fact that there are now about sixty br- 
ganlzatlon." for rhelr pro' return' The.«;e 
are grouped l<jgether into the National 
Fascist Organization for the Protection of 
Xmmals'. ' Luigl Luz-etti gave t-he initial 
impetus to this work whcin he sponvired 
the flrst law punishing cruelty to anlAals 
;• 1013 The law now regulates hunting 
; t.d df bars the employment of animals m 
any public, spectacles that Involve crufliy 
or sufTerlng 

Builds Two New Ports 

W/ITH some of t he money Great Brlt- 
vV am Is lending her. Turkey ^ build- 
ing two up-to-date ports on the Black 
Sea. One Is at Tshatal Ag/i. near Kara- 
buk, where a complete iron and steel plant 
la being established with BrlOili resources 
and technique. Still unmarked on all but 
the very newe.^t maps, T.shatal Agtl is 
s'tuated in the coa.fleid region betw^n 
Zonguldak and EregH. which latter Is to 
br ^r.larg^d to Increase the T ,'V:-y roai 
' . p if The other ne* D' .'• -' j be » 
Treblaood. 



T' 



THE 
for 



an Old World flshiny v ill.-ipe mere ;i a 
amartly- painted OOVernmeni Agency on 
the right as we enter, but the village is 
consj)i( uousl\' urey and many of the builil- 
ings have the marks of age not only in 
condition but in style. Plenty of people 
are about, for Neah Bay l.s a busy place. 
Out m the harbor under the lee of the 
slope on the west side lies the fishing 
fleet, and on the shore men are wnrkmg 
at boats. At 'the entrance to the bay lies 
Waddah Island, long and narrow, while 
back of the villagie extends \'> . h 
Slough, a low valley through winch a 
motor-road now runs to the ocean coast 
lour miles below tape Flattery The 
Spanish began to build a fort lirii o iimg 
the days of their occupancy oi iiu iua.>'. 
in the eighteenth century, and It is utSA 

that some ot th< ir peculiar fla' In icks are 
still to be luunU. liiey ctilaiiiiy showed 
their sense of the value of the entrance 
Hi the Strait as a strategic point The bay 
is directly op|)osite San Juan Harbor and 
port Renfrew. 

Early Life 

HERE Is an interesting story of early 
life on "this coast with Neah Hay, 
Sooke and. Victoria as critical point, I 
found it some years ago in a book whuse ^ 

name I have fornotten, as well as that of 
the hero. He was, however, one ol the 
pioneers of what is nour the State of 
Washmtjton, and crossed the plains to th',- 
■Columbia m his youth, lie made a jour- 
ney to San Francisco aiid there purchased 
the equipment for a mill whu h he.sluppvd 
aboard a vessel bound for Puget Sound, un 
which he took pa.s.sage hlm.self. Of! the 
Strait of Juan de Kuca the captain .s.iid 
he could not lind 'ht c i;'i.o;rc, and ti.ey 

drifted northwc. • .i.onK me (nast oi Van- 
couver Island Finally, 'when they wer# ' 
close lo land, our hero and a fellow pas^ 
.senger vojLunltcred lo go a.sJioie and as- 
certain where they were. ' As soon as they 
were well out of s)i;lii the (apiam turned 
the ship's head about and left his pa.ssen- 
gers to their fate. They mejanwhlle had 
found themselves m an Indian villau-e, 
where they were compelled ^o stAy for a 
time, hoping that a tradini^ ship wijuld 
call and take them off. Finally they auc- 
ccedcd' In reaching, Neah Bay, where they 
were at'aln compelled to waif among the 
native.-. (>)ie d.f, '.^hcy they \Aere net'ing 
'.veary ol then ( i.t ined sojuurn, they ,saw 
a sliange catux' .ipproaching with whlto 
men on board. It was Captain Grant, 
f:om Sooke, who had heard throu,'h In- 
dians of the two while men a'. Neah B.iy 
and had come to their re.vue with prn- 
\iSions and clofhinu ()'iv lier'< re.'iched 
Victoria in due cour.se, and llierc lay the 
ship with his property aboard, but being 
(loubt,ful of the power of British Jirstlce 
he decided to wail for aetlo^j till the ves- 
sel arrived at P iget Sound To conclude, 
when he reached tt.i ,, ,i i,.*er .ship he 
found the dishonest rapt.ain had sold his 
mill and gone off with t-he iunds Our 
hero afterwards, opened a etofe at NeiS' 
Bay. 

With another visit to the shore. on our 
jf'urney back where we collected more fos- 
sils, vne c i' iin p l e>e d rmr-h«MY-f,^ir\*-^y the 

CiigotFhe along the north coast of the 
Olympic, Peninsula We then prfK eraed 
the following moTntng-*wm Ciali^n. to 
La Push, thirty- four miles wjuUi of Cape 
Flattery ' The hllla^re^ gay with fif e- ' 

weed a.s v e fxiUowed 'I.e i 'e , .ve 

itream.s, an d the vine maples were already 
putting on' theli^ scar4et -and -cr^maon.. 

Th'- fiea* '.li.d,-; (>f timber I .> ^ \><y.u'\ 
.Sappho on my la.st vl.slt ate a.nioW. en- 
f.rfly 'gone, and the rountry lack.^ much 
of Its former charm At La Push we 
found the great - .. , :< ,i . ever. 

We saw again \h< il i,.'i.,U;ne 

and the numerous . rrK-k stacks that re- 
main a.s remriar.'' of r to render the 
vi«;w in'crc.sting aiid picturesque. We 
strolled across the fahdy flats beloW the 
•. .;iagp and bordering the Qyiljjiyute, 
where I saw for tlie first time the curious 
Glehnla llttoralis, a tow-gsowlng umbel- ■ 
liferous plant with liumerou . t.u.sters of 
rrearr.y-white fruits each an Inch or more 
.n diameter . and provided With ten ribs 
an elghth-frf an inch A.rif and with thick 
•preadlng >ave» tai c a .di.j.ded intyj threes. 
N':x'. dAi' ..we were on our wav back to 
Victoria 



I 



THE DAILY COT. OVIST, \'ICTORIA. B.C.. SI ?!sI)AV. AUGL ST21. 1938 




The New Mduretanid 



uuiuuiMHiuiiminiiimiiiutMiuimmiiuiimmiii iiiiiiyMiMiiiiiiilillllliMlilimiilllMMMIiHniiMliiw^ 




By J Fdward Noriross 

n — ■ — ' — ^■ 



-^ immmmi^ Maa Contracts— The Old Ship— East WiUesden Vote— The Ute Comtess—Army Ranks— Chambeclain s Position— Domestic LejisJation_>;:^«f 



L 



ONDON I By Mall). — The Cunard 
Company and Cammell. Lalrd'i, tH» 
famous ahlpbulldfrs of the Mersey, 
liavp bf'on growing up together, and with 
, them the Port of Liverpool, for the fast 
hundrad years. But the Cunard and 
Cammell, Laird s do not se^m to have got 
on very well together. 

The 4>ullders have Uunchied many 
famous .ship's, among them the Alabama, 
the privateer which was commissioned by 
the South In the American Civil War and 
the dt'p" '-''''^J"-"^ which on the .ship- 

Bui in all ihofle years Cammell, Laird's 

* Company. ' . . 

: * This fact was mentioned atthe luncheon 

whK h followed the launching of the new 

Maiuftanla. 

"We have been suitors for your favors 
during all these years and I am bound to 

— Confp.s.s tliat we have not been very suc- 
cessful suitors, " Mr. W. L. Hichcns, chair- 
man of CammelV Laird's, told Sir Percy 
Bates, chairman Of the Curuurd-Whlte 
Star Company. 

"Until the present ship we have built 
only two ve.ssols for the Cunard Company 
—the Cephaionia in 1882 and the bamana 
in 1920," he continued. 

... It has bet n our ambition to build 

one of the great Atlantic Uners that the 
Cunard Company has made famous. At 
— ^ last nur ambiiioii ha.s b^n reallied " 

Sir Percy poured oil on the troubled 
waters by reminding Mr. Hlcbena that 
each of the three ships had created a 
record, each being at the time the largest 
Lnglish-built pa.s.senRer vessel. 



Slips Down Ways 

MERSEYSID£ was very much en fete 
for the launching. There had been 
a gale in the nlRht and fears had been 
expressed that it might not be possible to 
carry it out at the-appolnted time. 
' But the gale died down and the broad 
river glinted in the bright sunshine, 
choppy waves breaking Into foam. Bunt- 
ing was di-splaycd everywhere, and from 
l.SO.OOO to 250,000 spectators occupied every 
point of vantage on both sides, one of 
them the. roof of the new Anglican Cat he 
dral a mile Inland, the visibility being 
perfect. The traditional luck of Cammell. 
Laird's In respect of launching weather 
had held. 

The great hull towt-rcd high above the 
platforms on which the 20,000 invited 
guests had assembled in the yards. Lady 
Bates performed the launclung ceremony. 
Smashing a bottle of champagne on the 
bow. she pulled aside a strinK of fla^s and 
revealed the name, "Maurelania," in brasw 
letters twenty-seven Inches high Then 
she pressed a button and released the keel 
blocks. 

Forthwith the great mass, 17.000 tons 

deadweight of metal, began to move down 
the ways, ever quicker and quicker. 
Nothing, no matter what had gone wrong, 
could stop her now There were no re- 
slralnlng Ohaln.s. The Mauretanla was In 
full charge of herself. Most gracefully 
ahe dipped her .stern into the river and 
floated hair a mile out Into midstream. 
There is plenty of room In the Mersey. It 
was a sweet launching, as simple, to all 
outward appearaiiTe. as a child putting a 
toy boat on a pond. ! 

Wind and tld* benan t" carry her up 
the river and her nnrh >is were dropped. 
They dragged. Ihere ua.s len.se moment, 
but prtsently th|ey held and she rode In 
proud majesty wiiere her predecea.sur, the 
• grand old lady of the Atlantic, " u.sed to 
Ue when. In days gone by. she began and 
ended her voyages at Liverpool. 

fioon a swarm of tugs took hold of her 
and moved her Into the fWtlng-out basin, 
where half a dn/cn other .ship.s, among 
them the great aircraft carrier, the Ark 
Royal, are be ing c o mpleted _ 



Mail Contracts 

IT . was not until ju.st 100 years ago that 
the British Oovemment was converted 
to the belief that steamships were belter 
lor mail-carrying purposes than sailing 
ressels. In 18S8 the AtfmiriOty invited ten- 
bers fni a mail contract by st<am across 

-ihe AUantlc. 

This brought a successful businessman 
oMIallfax. S.\niuiM Cunard, .^on of a work- 
ing rarpenter, hotfoot to London. Cunard 
had grasped The great essential of the 
propt>sed .service, recularify, and had 
realized that It could be given only by 
maintaining three or four ships. 

He secured the contract and hullt the 
Btttannia (an account of a voyage in 
which is given by Charles Dickens), the 
Acadia, the. Caledonia and the Columbia, 
wooden paddle -i^leamers of 1,154. tons, 207 
feet \onv. on the keel, any one of which, 
v.ith a ii'tle a'.'t". .t! mn, cnuld be accom- 
modated on the boal-deck of the Queen 
Mary, 

As he himself said, "Nothing but the 
best 8hip.s, the be.st ofTcers and the btst 
men" would saii.siy Samuel Cunard, and 
the Cunard Line has always had them. 

He wa-s a stern di.sciplniarian. It w;\.s 
one of his rules, and is still the rule 
throughout tliii AUgnue ileanuhtp serv- 
ices, that a capt.Tiins wife mu.-^t not ac- 
company hun on the voyage, although 
she might ha^ Tm« passage on any other 
ship of the line. Oiie captain, who was 
quite aware of this rule, nevertheless 
isked that It should be broken for him. 

Cunard c onsen tedT; but Just before the 
ship^ sailed the captain received passen- 
gers' tickets for himself and his wife and 
was notified that the vessel would be com- 
mffided bv ann'hrr ma.ster mariner 

U in.i.v have »«cined rather stiff medl- 
Ane to the victim, but Cunartl'f irao rtt*^ 




THE MAJESTY Of MOUNT EVEREST 
A psMTSMic vitw from Hm Iritali iiptditieii'i C<mp Na. 5, s^ 25.700 t—t, locliiiifl MrtiMMt Note »h« E<tt Ronsbiik Qackr wirii tha ic« ptRMciM below. 



The ntar shoulder tormt part tha North Paak. Tha l9iS Etarair 



ulations Ju.stlf^ed them.selves. for more 
than half a century the Cunard Line was 

Able^ to bgafiL that it had never igat Um 

life of a pa.s.senKer or a letter. 

The Old Maurctania 

THE old Muureluiua liud four funnels; 
the new boat will have two. made of 
aluminum The latter ves.sel will be a 
4ittle the larger, probably 33,U0U gross tons 
as against the old boat's 30,096. Her dis- 
placement will be not less than 4.*). 000 
tons.. That of H.M.S. Hood, the worlds 
greatest man-o'-war. Is 42.100 tons. 

She i.s 772 feel long. 20 feet shorter 
than her predece.ssor; 89 '2 feet In beam 
and 11 feet 2 Inches from keel to top of 
superstructure. 

The Mer'.ey i.s proud of hci h i' aiII not 
see much ol her. She Ls de. ;ui( d lor the 
London, Havre, Southampton, New York 
run, except when she i.s dninK .'^ubsMtute 
duty for the Queen Mary or llie Queen 
Elizabeth. She will be the biggest ves-sel 
that ever Rot within five miles of Londnn 
Bridge. In point of fact, she is the sixth 
In point of slae among British commercial 
craft and twelfth anions tho.se of the 
whole world. Canadas own Empress of 
Britain is a bigger and faster ship. 

But there will be no more comfortable 
ship on the Atlantic than the new Maure; 
tanla as she does her steady twenty-two 
knots. She i.s to arrive in New York in 
nice time for the. Worlds Fair there just 
, two years after her first keel plate wa.3 
laid— probably a record In speed of con- 
struction. 

Pleases Labor Party 

THE result ol tlie Last WiUe.sden by- 
electlon puts the Labor party In high 
leather. The Government held the .seat, 
but with a majority reduced from approx- 
imately 10.000 to 3,300. 

East WUlesden Is a London borniiRh, 
and the way population can shift about 
In Londnn boroughs, and from one bor- 
ouRh to another, between eleclinn.s is the 
despair of the political agents of the 
metropolis. • 

When. owiiiK to the death of the .viltlnfi: 
member, the Blast Wille.sden by-election 
rame on, about 17,000 voters on the reg- 
ister could not he It i(|ed, while another 
10,000 were away on their holidays. The 
total poll Was a shade less than 40 per 
cent of the eli ctor.ite it he Conservatives 
were down 9.900 and Labor 3.360.^ This 
takes no account of 3 200 Liberals who 
voted for their nwn caiKlidate in 1935. 
The Victor, Ml S .S Haminersley, made 
— e n e r oc or d^^ Eicvtu hours after the votes 
were counted he was sworn Ih and took 
hl.< seat in the Hou.se of Commons. Par- 
liament adjourned for the Summer recess 
the same day. Had he not hurcied, Mr. 
Hammersley would have had to wait until 
It reassembles in November to recover his 
deposit; $750. WoMe still, he would have 
been out a .similar amount, his Indemnity 

- for three montlis. . 

• ■; • . . 'a_ * >___ • 

Mi Hainmer.sley i.s imt new to the Hmi.se 
of Commons, He was formerly member 
for "Stockport. Nor Is he the l^rst of his 
name to become a member 

In Its early years a Mr. A St. George 



House of Commons at Ottawa and the 

British Columbia LeRlslature. had wrecked 
one Briti.sh Columbia Government and_ 
been wrecked m turn when he formed 
another in which he was Premier and 
Attorney-General. 

Mr. Martin remained a member of the 
British Columbia Legislature for some 

ytars and wa.s Nader of the Opi)oMtion 
until a young member named McBride 
ousted him, not without the use of phys- 
ical force. Mr Martin dropped out of 
politics when the McBride Uovemment 
came in and party lines were adppted in 
provincial politics. A very capable law- 
yer, he practised In the British Columbia 
courts, made some fortunat-e Investments 
in real estate and. like Mr Hammersley, 
cleaned up and went to England. He was 
elected in tiie Liberal interest for one of 
the London boroughs. 

So it came about that Vancouver was 
unofflcially represented by two members 
at the same time in the British House of 
(oinnions, Mr Martin .MtHiiR in his 
fourth Empire legisiulure, a record which 
still stands. 



The brilliant London hcfiless Ihereaflef 

f : K society, devoted herself to the 
• cause. ' spent her money on it. spoke on 



T', 



Countess of Warwick 

IE Dowaiier Countess of Warwick, 
who died a few days ago at thie age of 

.seventy-seven, u.-^ed to boast that .she was 
descended on her lather .s .side from Oliver 
Cromwell and on her molher's side from 
Cr.arlcs II .s laviu ite, Nell Gwyn, who.se 
son married one o| the aristA>cratic De 
Veres. 

A granddaughter of the last Vlscount 
Ivlaynard and lulieriiress of a great for- 
tune, Fraiuea .Maynard was famous for 
her beauty and her vivacity. She had the 
world of London .society at her teet She 
might even have become a royal pruict&s. 



Socialist platforms, and became a plUar 

of the .Social UeinocratK- Federation. The 
Prince of Wales was mildly amused, but. 
consenting to meet Blatchford, formed a 
very high opinion of him. 

In 1023 Lady Warwick ran for Warwick 
as a Labor candidate. Her successful 
opponent was Mr. Anthony Eden, who was 
doubly connected with her by marriage, 
his wife beuig her dauglUer s stepdaughter 
and his sister, the wife of her eldest son, 
afterwards the Earl of 'Warwick As will 
be seen, the name of the latter. Leopold 
Guy Francis, is in part that ol the Prince 
who had been in.strumenlal in bnni'ini; 
Lady Warwick and the man who was tu 
be h^r husband together. 

I.idy Warwick founded a college in 
Warwickshire for the training of the 
daughters of professional men In horti- 
culture on her Essex estate, a science and 
technical school for boys and girls, and 
a I Warwick a home for crippled children. 

All this made inroads on her wealth. 
' We are very poor," she said when 
prosecuting her election campaign in 
1923. "The young and thoughtless wom- 
an who lived at Warwick Castle in the 
old days i.s no more " 



IheTrmy a proTessibiFquIle wOrOrwHH* 
lor an able young man with "soldierly in- 

stuicts." • • 

It may be added that these reforms are 



I 



Army Promotion 

be said 



French 



T I'sed tu be said that every 
soldier carried a Field Marshal's baton 
in his knapsack, just as every boy born In 
the United States is a potential President 
of the Republic. 

It was never true of the British Army 
where a Kieal gulf is fixed between the 
comim.ssioni (1 oiii< er and the rank and 
file. Seldom doe.s the private soldier be- 
The story is a pretty one. When -she— -eome- 'an olBecr cw ee pti o f -couise. in 



w.i.^ .seventeen years ot ane, Ui.-raeli, then 
Pnme Minislcr^-suggesicd to Queen Vic- 
toria that M1.S.S Maynard would make a 
suitable 'lie Queens youngest 

son. Prince Ltupind. Slie was invited to 
Windsor' and duly approved.^.And the 
Prince duntully benan to call at her home • 
in London. He brought with .him his 
equerry, Lord Brooke. 

Lord Brooke kKJkcd at Frances and 
Frances looked at l.ord Brooke 'It. ins 
eyes, she wrote Ions allerwards, i le. ojj- 
nlzed something-that told me In mute 
appeal that liis h.ippines.s and destmy 
were in.st>pajably linked with mine." 

One day the Prince told her of the 
match planned by tlu Quten and Di.^raeli 
and added that he was in love witti .sonu - 
*body else. Lord Brooke, he knew, was m 
love with her. Was^shc in love with hinv 

Her answer, settled the m atter, and 
Prlnee Leopold .wm»4 home and told the 
Queen, who. remembering her own happi- 
ness with the Prince Consort, agreed that 
first love Was sacred. 

Ko FrarM:eii became Lady Brooke and 
th(>{'e-was.4io more popular young couple 
in London. They were drawn Into Marl- 
b ofough . kou sc cifcli^ and a friendslup 
was begun between the young lady and 
the Prince of Wal es < afterwards- King' Ed- 
ward VII 1 which remained unbroken until 



\ s dP.ith. 

Hammersley was Vancouver's city soliCc__jL u,^,^ a , ame ai)> 



the Prince and 



itor He had c6me to Brttlsh Cohtmbl* 
from New Zealand. 

Having an eye for future developments. 
Mr Hammersley acquired a quarter sec- 
tion l«n ai rr . of wijd land on the north 
."Shore t.f Burrard Inlet Later on he pro- 
moted, and became principal owner of. a 
ferry service to a .settlement which began 
to grow up there. Mr. Hammersley s land 
was close to the settlement. He stibdi- 
vlded and today a large part of the City 
of North Vancouver stands on what was 
his property. 

Mr Hammersley cleaned up during the 
real estate boom that began about 1905 
and retired to live- In Bt i gland . He went 
into poMtlfs and was elected for the town 
of Oxford In one of the general elections 
held during the struggle between the 
Lords and Commons. He .sat as a Con- 
servative. Mr. Asqulth wa.s Prime Min- 
ister and everybody was saying that there - 
would never be another big European war 
t)ec«u.se war was tAO exjien.slve. 

About that time another Vancouver 
man also found ^Is way to Westminster. 
This was the late Mr Joseph Martin, the 
stormy petrel" of Canadian poHtlc«...aho.. 
had tat in the ACanitoba^ LcgUlatura, the 



she were guests at Tranby Croli ^hen 
the great barrar.it .scandal occurred. A 
distinguished military otTlcer was charged 
with cheating at cards. The secret was 
kept ^ ^lome-,lin: ^e, bu t e y eji 'aialj^ it got 
out and a lawsuit followed. Rightly or 
wrongly London society dubbed thejcohng 
lady "the babbling Brooke. ' 
-The. turning-point In the life of Frances 
cilhe soon, after her husband succeeded 
to the fahilly title as Earl of Warwick. 
When the period of mourning was over 
the young couple gave a great ball at War- 
wu h Castle. The thing was done on a 
lavi.sh scale with special tjalifs for the 
guests. - 

This was In the Winter of 1895. a hard 
Wlntrr wh.ert there wa.^ great di.stress 
among the poor. Robert Blatrhford was 
then publishing The Clarion, the Socialist 
organ. A blazing article appeared at tack-_.^ -years. 



time of such emergency as the Great War. 

The Labor Party has always protested 
against the social cleavage which has 
made the commis.^ioned ofUcer almost 
entirely an upper class product. To be- . 
come a corhmlssloned officer, except In the 
rare ca.se of promotion from non-com- 
missioned rank, a boy mu.st pa.ss through 
Sandhurst or Woolwich. 

To pet into either means an expr iisive 
education to begin with and a leavy out- 
lay afterwards. Moreover, when a young 
man fun!!y Rets his commisslo 1 he need.s 
an allowance from his people n addition 
to his pay. 

It follow.s that only well-todo people 
can aflord te .send their .son ; into the 
Army on these terms and it is this, rather 
than any specific Inhibit ion,! w hich re- 
stricts commissions in the Afmy to the 
aristocracy and gentry -of the country. 

• • a • 

^ ' Thanks to the new ► Minister of War, 
Mr. Hore-Bellsha, this is to be changed 
and Sandhurst and Woolwich are to be 
thrown open to any boy who shows sol- 
dierly instinct ■ regardless of social posi- 

.tlon. "'"1 - 

It is prop osed to d raw on the elemen- 
tary and Secondary scRbpl field to llnd 
ofRceri most suitable to the needs of the 
new arfnyi Free places are to be provided 
at Sandhurst and Woolwich, mainten- 
ance being awarded by unlimited'scholar- 

Shlps. 

- PrnmotTon direct from the ranks is to 

" b' encouraged a. so. 

Fmally, aii fit!lcer. will now be able to, 
live on his pay, increases being announced. 
— Simultaneously other reforms go Into 
operation. Promotion is to be, speeued 
up. Subject- to efUclency, all officers may 
expect to reach the rank ' f major, 
wherea.s half of them now fail lo do so. 
Officers wUi. be xcUUlUd to the aKc of at 
least forty -seyeh If not further promoted. 

Half-pay. while' waiting Tor an appoint - 
mint, i.s'ab -w.shed It was really ie.s tuan 
the officers pay, but hereafter he is to 
receive full pay. The ''K' s for retirement 
are lowered. 'When a candidate obtain.s 
his commission as subaltern he will know 
that he will become a r.ipta;n in eipht 
years ar.d every capla;n wiii be certain 
of becoming a major in another nine 



ing the Countess' exhibition of extrava- 
gance and Idle pleasure in the midst of 
s-arh general^ mi.'ety. 

The Countess no sooner saw the article 
than she made her way 'to Fleet Street 
and gave Blatchford a ptrcr ot^ her mind. 
-ln.iil<Lend_they begun to talk about So- 
cialism and B^tcUoni mAd« « eonvWl. 



At present there. are subalterns of six- 
teefu seventeen and even eighteen years' 
.service. This has already beerr remedied. 
On August 1 one-fourth of the lubaltemi 
and captalni. Jn Jh^ combataaLJM>rp*> 
2 500 to! jiU. found that they had been pro- 
moted most unexpectedly 
' Ixi shorty Mr. ttorc-Balisha u making 



the outcome of an inquiry by a coaimittce 
of which Lord Wiliaigdon is the head. 

Later annoimcements bring pay and 
conditions for officers In the Navy and 
Air Force substanially into line with the 
new schedules for the Army. Long- 
standing grievances in all three services 
are thus brought to an end, be it said, 
at the very moderate Cost, for the Army, 
of $1,800,000 per annum, at present rising 
in twenty or twenty-live years to $3,000,- 
000, after which It will decrease. 

It will be observed that these ameliora- 
tions for the commissioned officers follow 
similar action in the case of the lower 
ranks. 

Chamberlain's Position 

MR. Cliambei iain concludes hl.s first 
full parliamentary session in the 
capacity of Prime Minister with his 
^tandin^; in the House of Common.*;, as 
one commentatur puts it, signally en- 
hanced." 

He owes this m larue measure to liis 
opponents. The Labor Party has devoted 
itself- to foreign rather than to domestic 
affairs, and, ever since Mr Eden left the 
^Government, Mr. Chamberlain has had to 
stand a barrage of questions day after 
day and to conduct tlie defence agaln.st 
su.stained attacks dehvered In fuU-dres^ 
debates. 

He ,1: (I ".f l.'nder-.Secret ary for For- 
eign Atlair.s, between them, have an- 
swered 1.400 foreign affairs questlon.s. in 
addition, there have been twenty-four 
debate.s on the subject. Tiie ordeal has 
been a severe one and he has come 
thfoughlt triumphantly. 

Little quarter ha.s been given In the 
battle, but on x)ne of the closing days of 
the .session the Prime Minister received a 
tribute from an unexpected quarter which- 
quite apparently moved him deeply. 

Sir Archibald Sinclair, leader, of the 
Liberal Opposition. opeiiii,K .Still another 
debate on foreign al!air.s. alter criticizing 
the Government, leaned towards the 
Prime Minister and said: I 

"I am sure the thought uppermost in 
the mind. of tlie Prime Minister— whose 
courage and industry in shoulderinii this 
heavy burden of responsibility we all ad- 
mire, however much we disse nt, frgm his 

pollcy-^ls the preservation of peaceF 
• • • • • 

One who was present writes-. "Mr. 
C^amberlaiiT looked up, obviously startled 

by the change of voice and the kindliness 
of the wgrds. There was no time for h im 
to assume the unemotional manner 
whirti so often hicje.s the real .gentleness 

and warmth ol hl.s nature. 

"He rover* d his face with his hanfls and 
did not look up alinost for a full minute 
and wlien h'' then looked across the table 
his face showed signs of the emotion 
which had evidently affected him deeply." 

One is rcmuuJed of an Incident in tiie 
life of Mr, C hamberiain s elde r brother. 
Sir Austen. Young Austeh Chamberlain 
made tu.s maiden sjieef !, n. the House ol 
Commons in 1892. His father, the great 
Joseph Chamberlain, was present. So was 
Mr. Gladstone and the two tvere. and had 
been,-fo'r. years, b^ter political enemies, 

Austen sat down amid a chorus of Spr 
proval. The v e ner able l.lberal statesman 

rose. 

Referring tg the neophytes speech, he 
said; - • 

"I publicly congratulate hTm.' II miisl 
have been dear and refreshing to his 
father's heart ' 



Domestic Legislation 

OTWlTHSTANDI.NU its pu occupa- 
tion with frtWIiffi "affairs. Parliament 
managed to deal wit.h a great deal of im- 
portant and useful domestic legislation. 
In all. exclusive of the Finance Bill and 
the Con-sohdated Fund Bill, fifty-one 
Government measures^ were passed into. 
Jaw, to which must be added twenty 
private member.s' hi::s 
It. was, indeed, a session during which 

Not only did they put some valuable 
changes In the law on the statute-books, 
.but they moved resolutions which had far- 
rearhlr.K ron.sequrTice.s^ 

One of these latter led to the appolnt- 
a^'*ut Qt the Cadman committee and the 



T^eorganlzatlon of Imperial .\uways and 
civil aviation generally. Mr. Dmgle Foot 
and then Mr Sandys directed atterrttow to - 
' certaui monstrous features of the Official 
• Secrets Act. with tlie result that that ^ 

measure is r.ow being overhauled by a 
,'aelect ci n.'.i..; tec. Hark -bench pii>.sure 
■Jltom Mr. A. r. llerbcrl and others forced 
_ Sir Kingsley Wood to modify the in- 
quisitorial clauses of his Population 
Statistics Bill. 

Two women member.s created a record 
by getting bills through v.. i: < .^ameJes- • 
sion. One of these was Miss Wilkinson's 
Hire-Purchase' Bill and the other Miss 
ajMl'sWllj^ niii^iii^ tl^ |Kiyment ol old 
age iJfnslWs iTJiilTliate^' iJtfwMii^*^ ili^.,^^ 

stiiutions.., 

• • • • • 

Apart from tlie Finance BUI. authorls- 
ui|i expenditures aggregating nearly five 
billion dollars, the most important meas- 
ure passed was the d .ii HUl by which in 
1942 all coai undergruur.u, Known or on- 
known, worked or unwurXed. ' becomes the 
property of the Co.il Coinmissioii, and the 
Guvcrnuuiil pays niure than $300,000,000 
to the present owners lor their rights. 

The member.s of tlie Coiiiini.>.sion have 
already been appointed, with 6u A. E. 
Gowers as chairman. One of the mem> 
bers must be a mine-worker and Mr. 
Joseph Jones, president ol the Miucwurk- 
ers' Federation, has been named. It is a - 
full-time job. 

Mr. Ohver Stanley, second son of Lord 
Derby, president of the Board of Trade, 

saw the b;U through tiic iUuuc axul 

thereby greatly improved a rcpututiou 
which had diminished sadly when he was 
Mlnl.ster of Labor and his L'neinplo\ inent 
Assistance Regulations had to be sus-.' 
pended before they had been In opera- 
tion a month, 

Anotiier Muiister who has retrieved 
himself during the session is Sir Samuel 
Hoare who, alter lu.s brilli.iiii perfoim- 
ancc m piluthig the India Act through the 
House, had received a severe setback — 
perhaps undeservedly when, as Foreimi 
Secretary, he agreed to tiie iioare-Lavai 
proposals in respect of Abyssinia. 

Sir Samuel, a descendant ul tii< km. it 
prison relotmer, Elisabeth Irry, iias dc- 
vo.ted himself to the amelioration and 
humantzation of life in British piis> n.^ 

There are people who believt; that the 
more rigorous penal conditions are made 
t!.' less likelihood there is oi those who 
sutler uiidelr them returning to undeiKo 
them again. Others take Hit view that 
(lereiii and rea.Minablc treatment IS mu«h 
better calculated to reduce the Volume of , 
rnme. 

statistics seem to Justify the Iminer. 
UurliiK the last twenty years the .m v. 11- 
tie.s of pii.son life have been greatly iiiiii- 
gated and concurrently the number of men 
and women ndmilled to ])ri.son iias fal.'en 
lr(.m 211.000 annually to 47.000. Many • 
prLsons have been razed to tue j;roiiii(t. 
fur many years not a single new prlsOn 
ha.s been built. 

I'ei.i. ,,vllle is to be the next to go and 
a.s Sir Samuel toiri tlx Hoiua, Holloway 
IS to be dLscoiilinued as a jail lor wom- 
en They are to be transferred to a new 
pri.son eanip to he hmii on model 

Numerous ciianges, he said,' M.re being 
made in the hiternal arrangements; bet- 
ter fitting clothing was being provided to 
the great gain of the pri.soner in self- 
respect, and better lighting was being in- 
.stalled in the cell.s the.se being only in- 
stances of the many reforms mentioned 
by the Home Secretary. 

Unfortunately, sir Samuel was forced to 
admit that the problem of Juvenile crime 
had not yet been solved. 



Toys for Princesses , 

ONE of the little Prliu e.s.ses most popu-. 
lar toys at Royal Lodge, fhe King's 

country m-kImkc ii-.ir Windsor, i-. they[_,.. 
climbing frame and chute, a. .surprise 
present from tfie King, This has been 
put up ne.ir their miniature hou.ve. not far 
from the new swimming pool A.i it Is 
made of special wood and coated with a 
weatherproof .V)lutlon, It i.s Irft out night 
and day. Magnolia wood was u..td for the 
chute, which Is fixed fn a small platform 
on the fr;i; ■ ' . ler... f i.niblng 

ropes and trape/r., m ii)..s outdoor nym- 
nasium are made by ex-sailors from the 
acj^l ropes intended for ships' use. 



O* 



Art Exhibits Open : 

kF thft^severai imporiaiU exhibitions 
that' are being orgaiii/rd in eonrier- 
tlon with the celebra'ion all over Holland 
'Ir .S#pteihber of the foitie'ti anioversary 
Of the.acceyion of g .ee.i Wntieltruna 
the throne, two have aiready been opened. 

One of these is devoted to the art af^ 
the g:a.^^ painters of the .six'een'h century 
and espei ,a.;y that of liie If 0 famouS' 
brothers, D.rk and Wouter Crabeth. The 
fetting lor this exTHBTlloh is the Cfiuidf^ 
of St John at GoUda, which has thirty- 
one windows made between i5&6 and 16(K^. 
Here are ahso the drawings 6f Lucan van 
Lefden. made for the— earlier church 
which was burned down in 1552. which 
have been preserved in leaden t^bes and 
kept in the church archives. Some of the 
sheets of drawing paper on which they 
are ir.ad' .,:<■ L'.ucn meters (about 

th.r*: ;i-.e I' I - 1 ,:,g. 

Ai.oiher exn.o.'ion. opened in .Rotter- 
dam, consuts of some 400 plcturer itRl 
dra-Air.j." f,f oid rr.a.steris of 1400 'o IfiW 
Irom Du'.cti pri^a'e colle ctions, most of 
them never having been on view btfort. 
Among the Dutch. Flemish, OeraMA« 
French and Italian painters represented 
here are works by Rembrandt. BhiefheC 
Jan Steel, Fleter de Hogh. Johannes Ver- 
meer,\ Rubens. Durer. Titian^ Tintoretto, 
dutfOin and Wattea^ 



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TH,E DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C, SUNDAY. AUGUST 21, 1938 




uburb m Coun 



;^^C'ArUF[ IS A fiFST PRlf^ClPlL ON IT F[^TS THL L!FL ANp H^-i-Fi^A:, u 



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Management For Better 
Border Chrysanthemums 



AMONGST the many attentions which 
border chrysanthemunu need be- 
- '■ tween now and flowering time Is 

Hiat of the regvilation of the shoot«. If 
your object is eight to twelve fine flowers 
per plant, the shoots must bo limited to 

MorniiiR dews are now stlmulatlnK the 
rapid development of superfluous sldcr 
shoot*. They arise In the leaf Joints of 
the main shoots. When removing them, a 

Job we advlM' you to do fvcry week, use 
the point ol u .->harp peakiule bludt. Hold 
the main shobt firmly with Qfve hand 
while you pick out the redundant sido- 
. shoots with the other. 

, 

* In addition to the side-shoots there may 

bf folk .shoot.s 1,111 ly viKorou.s lirowths 
ari.sing at the centre ot the plants in the 
fork between each two main shoots. Talce 
these out also. They are even greater 
robbers than the .side-shout.s proper, be- 
cause they are in the main line of the 
food supply. 

If you arc Krnwinn your border clirys- 
anthemums fur natural sprays of bloom, 
the only de-shootlng necessary is the re- 

niOVal of iriMiiim mhnntM f hfa.h hy vlr»..» »f 



Sprays are not disbudded, but there i.'^ 
joich a thing as an intermediate spray 
and very bonny It is Let us suppose that 
I here are seven or einhl branches to the 
.spray, and that ai the tip o(, each branch 
\ou have three bud«T a crown and tw^' 
.subsidiaries. 21 you remove the latter in 

atSosy-like e!lect wmcBior eltnel^afJle: ' 
display or cutting is simply delightful 
Try the method with a few plants 
will please you. 

Tying Tips 

GROWTH IS now bfcoininn .soinewht 
top-heavy, hence the need for reg- 
ular tying. Whether the plants are beini 

t;iown on the disbudded or spiay princi 
pie, it is possible and advisable to loop tht 
.shoots separately to a firm central stake 

When douiK ao, preserve the natura. 
ueportmeiit ol the plants. Nothing look, 
le.ss attractive than a ti(;htly-trus8ed oi 
an ii\ci ' !;iktxl rhi \ . .iiH heinuiii 

Wrap the rallia round the .slake, ano 
twist It a time or two before looping th 
.^hout^ Then there ean be no f ea r of 
slip. 

Amongst insect enemies the earwig i 
th » m os t iwttoia, Iw cai t B e i i a Waa lM t l » » 




Reseeding Lawns in uie Fall 




their position cannot bloom. They Just 
clutter up the centre, absorbing nutriment 
that minht be used for a better purpose. 
Should basal lea\(es yellow, as they often 
do, nip them off. Left on, they would en- 
courage mildew. 

At the end of each mam shoot three or 
more buds appear. There is a centre or 
crown bud sunrounded by smaller sub- 
Mdiaries. 

As you only retain one bud to the shoot, 
11 is obvious that this must be the superior 
central bud. unless by any < hance that 
bud is naturally deformed, or has been 
mutilated by pests. 

As soon as the bud footstalks can be 
.•■rcn. eliminate the redundant usu.^ 
sharp nail scissors, or the point of a pen- 
knife blade. Hold the stem firmly with 
• ne hand, ivhile you operate with the 
other. 

n you use a knife, draw the blade care- 

Milly towards you when niakinR the cut. 
' therwi.se you may damage the mam stem. 



bud.s, boiiiu: in!<i them and preventing 
them iroui opening Being a nighl leeder, 
the pest must have daytime shelter. Actu- 
ally It hides beneath the leaves, m iiollow 
stake tops, and beneath any convenient 
litter. Jf you provide shelter, you know 
where to find the earwigs, and a6on get 
1 id of them. < 

The amount of trampling amongst the 
plants mce.s.sary tor dlsbuddiiiK, tyniK and 
.so on, naturally consolidates the soil and 
makes healthy root action difficult. For 
this reas(jn ynu .simply inu.st Dutch hoe 
regularly, and v^hen thai tool becomes 
unequal to creating a nice surface mulch, 
loo.sen the ground with a fork. 

Feed weekly and alternately with quar- 
ler-strength liquid manure tsix pints for 
each plant), and a mixture o(_,two quarts 
superphosphaie ol lime add one part sul- 
piiate of potasii (one teaspoontul to each 
plant) until the blooms are fully open. 

This balanced diet insures ail-round 
perfection. 



SASKATCHtWAN FARMERS HARVEST A GOOD CROP 
Fee Hm firit time m aifhr yurt tktrc M ftncral rcjoicmfl in Hw fnwki a* kanrMt-tim* arrim and food 
croH sr* siMivd. TImm pkHm. taken ntar latma, iliow. Hit farmtrt in tm«tl commMnititt raapmf aaH vM 

aN kiiidt af suti^tad impltmciirt. 



^I^HE weather In August and Septem- 

I be'r is fav(aab!» fnr the ^r-iwih of 
turf from seed. The temperature 
during the day stimulates the germlna- 
lon of seed and the growth of ymmp 
^ress seedlings and yet is not so hot tl^at 
these tender plants become scorched or 
dried out. Tlu- .soil is al.so warm at this 
<eason so that the seed germinates rap- 
dly, the yuung plants often appearm 

Generally speaking, states A. M Ross, 
Division of Forage Plants. Central Experi- 
iipiital Farm. Ott.'iwa, th"e best results are 
ibtained by using seed which has been 
purchased as pure species and mbted by 
tlie purchaser, as m this way It is ptiSSl- 
ole to use only the seed of glasses suitable 
for lawn purposes. The most widely 
adai)ted kiwn ^'r.i.ss ini.\tui-e is compused 
of four pounds Kentucky blue grass and 
one pound colonial bent, this quantity 
being sufficient to sow one thousand 
square feet of lawn As it is impossible 
for the averape per.son to tell the quality 
if ura.ss seed' by general appearances, the 
purchaser should stipulate Grade No. i 
quality when buying the Ingredients of 
this mixture lo Insure their purity and 

' i.ibillty. 

I lie area to be sown should be composed 
»f go ad lo a m a oil. f je t f f om 



hould be level The seed bed is prepared 
by cultivating to a depth of five or six 
inches and then breaking down the top 
inch or 80 of the soil into a fine state of 



tilth by al^rnate rolling and raking Hard 

lump.s or stones (U»ould_be removed -from . 

Ui* surface ■ • • • 

From Two Dirccfions 

rHt seed sliould be divided into two 
equal portions, the first hjilif boinj. 
u.sed to sow the whole area and the re- , , 
maining half to go over i; all auam. buj ' 
this time proceeding at riuht an^iles to 

me. covering may be done by Vi^h»y 
r aking the seed into the earth, but bet^ 

^SillL -by cover uiK it very linhtly with 

screened, weed-tni -..ii Ten pails oi .s.iii 
is sufflcient to co\ei (>!ie thousand sijuaie 
feet ot .seeded area I he area should then ' 
be rolled with a ll^;ht roller and wa'ered • ! •■ 
with a very tine .spray To obtain the best ' 
results the seeded location should be ke0t 
moi.st until the Nounc seedhnc-^ l-..i\r be- 
come established, but care sliould be taken 
to prevent flooding, washing or puddling 
of the soil. 
If the young gr.ii.ss attains the height of 

two Inches before Winter, it is advLtable 

10 cut it back with a nood sharp :a.v:i 
mower. This cutluiK should oniy sever 
the tops of the leaves and the cuttings 

should be cau^;lil ma graw Cttchtr «nd ^ 

removed from the lawn. 
A.<i a general rule it is not wise to cover. 

ihe Kra:>s w.ih h.nch g^niy or nr- - thtr 

covering lor Winter protection. Theve are 
apt to hold the ice in the Spring by .shad- i 
ing it from the warm sun.shine and in 
this way to damage the turf. 



Treatment of Cut Blooms ^^^oxa% 
To Prevent Early Wilting 



Methods of Treating 

Leaf Cuttings for 
Propagation 

IjKOE'AC.ATION is a bi^; part of the gar- 
dener's biisines.s, and there i.s an cx- 
I eilent rea.son for the various nietiiods 
adopted: Many years' experience and 
practice iiave t.ninht us that for each kind 
ol plant one method is more successful 
than all the rest. 

The particular method of prop.iK ttio > 
with which we are concerned nf)w is by 
.^,.jneans of leaf layers, or leaf cuttings, as 
they are sometimes called. 

For the purpose single leaves are used 
and they are so treated that they^ are 
induced to form new young plants. 

Not manv plants can be propagated by 
' this method, but it l.s the best and quick- 
est way of working i up a good .'^tock of 
tuberiKis ben()nia.\. Rex begonias. Wxx- 
lovely Winter-flowering begonia Glorie dc 
Lorraine, and gloxinias. 

The procedure is very simple, calling 
for no particular .tklll. though^a certain 
amount o( care must nat urally be exer- 
cised. 

Preparing the Leaves 

\i()VF typical healthy leaves, after-' 
^ wards cutting of! the leaf stalk. This" 
it sometlme.i left on. with dLiastrous re- 
.•ilills With your pocket kinle cut throu^ii 
the mam ribs or vein.s, making the little 
cuts about-aa.lnch apart. 

A fIbre-fMled propagating frame is an 
ideal spot for rooting. If you haven t one. 
an ordinary soap or margarine box will 
do. Place in it f.ilrly firmly six inches ot 
good moi.sf rocti fibre. Lay the leaves flat 
on It. placing on'each leaf a .small pebble 
to keep IL in jonc pnslUnn — Should the 

ieave.s nio\r they will soon rot 

Ins'.i.id o| using pebbles, small hairpins 
can be used to peg down the leaves. The 
pins hould be kept clear of thrTuts, of 
cour.se 

The box must be covered Vllh a meet 

of Kiass aiid. whether you use a frame or 
a box. you must keep down the mousture 
by wiping the glass night and morniiig 
N I'll' ii'.tiii.s moisture for .several 
weeK.s. iK> watering should be necessary 
II. hoWev.er. the fibre dries, water through 
a ro.sed cm, u.sinK aireii u.iier 

For akjoul a fortnight ihere will be n 
external change, though n),,i.s wui ^'i 
forming from llifi_vein junctions Aftlr 
the period sUted. the leaf .itarts to decay 
gradually, and young plants appear From 
all but (ii ire de Lorraine leaves you may 
expect thiee or f >ur young speclmenii. 
Lorraine yields omy one. 

When the tiny plantlets have formed 
two or three leaves, admit a little vp; •. :^ 
tlon into the propagatiiig case. Increase 
this gradually until growth can beiir com- 
plete exposure without ferlmp \ check 

At the fourth or fifth leaf stage, pot 
•Ingljr Into thumb pot« and grow on your 
Mock in the ordinary way. 

"There Is another method of propagating 
^ with leaves, especially' thOM of double be* 
•OBlM. \\ p ro du ceib howtm, onlir om 



plant per leaf compared with the three or 

four per leaf posHble hv the o' her method. 

• 

An Alternative Method 

THL pi'M i diuf IS to c ut the leaves from 
the plant lyou can take up to three 
leaves Ironi a good plant without hurting 
117 and plant them singly in small plants. 
The leaves are planted upright, just a.s 
you would plant\jiuttlngs, 

Before the end of the .sea.son the base 
ol each leaf will have formed a nice little 
bulb. 

Later, the leaf will yellow. Tlven sh o.t 
the bulbs and store away untii nexf 

tipnng 

Summer Soil Treatment 

Varies With Soils 



.^NY gardeners do 
attention to the 



tlwir lot' to handle. Tl-ere arc three main 



not pay sufflcient 
type of soli it is 



and light Tneir 
sties itre difTerent, 



7 

}e 



k m ( I > h e,a vy . medium 
fundamental character 
as l.s their response to weather and crop- 
ping. 

For example, if you have a heavy .soil, 
you will find that it cakes several tunes 
during a season. This is due to contrac- 
tion,^ on account of the loss of it*Tieavy~ 
. wate'r conlent^The cakin g may be fol-. 
lowed by cracking. P'lUures Itflo which 
.\ou -could push your finger sometimes 
occur. The only way to avoid this con- 
dition Is to use the Dutch hoe every fort- 
nighty so. 

Most heavy .soils are deficient in lime, 
with the result that quite a green scum 
(le\( iops on them. To prevent this, hoe in 
.1 iwo-ounce per scpiare yard dre-ssm^ of 
freshly-slaked-- -lime m mid-scasop. this 
be;nK .iii excellent tinie. 

Light land is notorious for the post.-, 
that are attracted to it. You get prac- 
tlcally every kind of pest lTiani~golhg. 
This means that you must be faitliful in 
the application of the appropriate preven- 
tives and remiedies. « , 

Dressings of Salt 

INTENSE suflering ouring drought is an- 
other weakness. You can counteract 
that by regular hoeing. mulrhin« and by 
an ouiv e per square yard dres.sin^ of agri- 
cultural .salt when each drought sets in. 

The latest research work, backed by 
ceniuries of experience, proves that 
dressings of salt on t ig ht l an d in dry 
v^eathcr not only feed, but attract mois- 
ture. 

Soils of the medium ^nd have few de- 
fects One of the.se. however is an uncom- 
mon weedlneas. In spite o( hoeing, you 
get batch after-bxtch of vigorous Inter- 
'"PejSj, such a-s fat hen and ground.sel 
They have to be kept down, or they 
smother the crops. 

On .such land, too. you will find a ten- 
dency to exuberant growth, hence the' 
need to be sparing in the use of nitrate 
of soda, sulphate of ammonia and Uquld 
manure All are nltrogenou.s. and' con- 
tribute to the,' conditions which it u in 
your inttTMt (6 «jMite. 



TXtITH the approach of the season 
for late Summer and Autumn 
flower shows, the problem of how 
best . to keep cut flowers fresh assumes 
added importance, writes l.olti Steinitz in 
'Ihe New York Times. Often the coveted 
blue ribbon is lost merely because an 
entry must be penalised by the Judges for 
"poor condition." 

Flowera wilt when they do not get sulB- 
(ient water. Yet the matter is not quite 
as simple as this, for llowcrs placed in a 
bowl of fresh water will, after a ishort 
time fade and die. It happens, then, that 
water cannot always be taken up by the 
plant, though there may be plenty of it. 

The theory of the a.M i m ot sap (cohe- 
sion theory t, now accepted us very nearly 
approaching truth, holds that a contlnu-. 
()U.s water stream must be present in the 
stem of the piant If water is to be taken 
up. If the flower is' cut m the garden, 
or bought on the market and carried 
home, the stem is expo.sed and air cnt<»r.s. 
At the same tune the llowcr loses water 
by transpiration; the end . of the stem 
starts to dry out. 

- -The flowers start to wilt when they at 
last arrive home and are placed in water. 

If there Is no continuous .stream the 
gladioh. "snaps " or dahlias will have a 
hard time trying to re-establish it, be- 
(au.se they cannot take up water and 
replace it where needed until there is a 
contlnuou.s wat<»r column 

Cutting the Stem 

MANY people ob.serve a wi.sej practice 
without ever knowing 
cut ofT k .small portion of the |f1(|wer stem 
before placing their selection:^ i[i a vase. 
This removes the part of the stem that 
contains air rather thari water, and^wr 



ih^re IS no longer the need for display ol 
beauty. The petals, usually the mo.st at- 
tractive part, wilt and fall. To judge by 
Its appearance, the flower is dead. The 
better informed gardener does not lose 
interest; he maintains that lile has just 
started with the development of the seed 
and the prospect of future general kjiis. 

Flowers that are valued lor llieir long 
time of blossoming are usually those that 
consist of a collection of flowers The 
snapdrat;oii hu.> a spike witii many llowcrs 
on one stem. The lowest ones open first, 
and Ihe top sti'll goes on growing, ouc 
flower opens alter another, even when 
cut. All the many flowers in the daisy 
lamlly have a flowerhead. that is, a col- 
lection of many small flowers ih one. The 
flowers are arranged in circle,s and the 
outer rings open flr^t, the inner ones later. 

. Why Orchids Last 

OK( HIDS depend entirely upon insects 
tor their pollination, and as 'lure 
are usually no bees in the home the orchid 
displays lU b/eauty f6r-« remarkably long 
time. It seems to.be patiently hoping 
that an insect visitor might find its way 
into the room. Some flowers can be kept 
in good condition m water lor two or 
three weeks, though ihi.^ is quite remark- 
able, even for orchids, the average blooms 
lasting about a week or ten days. 

Anthers are often snipped out of lily . 
flowers for a. dual purpiise. It prevents 
the flowers flionri setting seed and thus 
wilting prematurely, and al.so keeps the 
pollen from soiling the petals. 

Poultry House Capacity 

Depends on. Floor Area 



I 



Rives the flowers a better chance for re- 
covery. Bui there is an even betU-r, 
method. The stems are cut under water 
and placed in a va.se directly, without ex- 
posing them to the air, thus insuring a 
contintrous water stream It takes little 
trouble to do this, and the result is re- 
markable In no time the melancholic, 
droopy-head - flowers turn onM again 
erect 

Water makes the plant stand upright. 
It makes the cells turgid and bulging, to 
keep up the water supply, to replace any 
water lost, is important, but only half the 
.story. In all living tissues. arTn the liower., 
there are always cells dying and new ones 
being built up to replace them. There 
"^must be a conntanl supply of new ma- 
terials to furnish the building material 
for the plant cells 

In pure water there is absolutely no^ 
nourislmieni and though the plants have 
the extraordinary ability to take part of 
their food from the air. deprived of their 
leaves and roots, without the elements 
contained In the soli they cannot make 
growth and liv»» Indefinitely 

Purpose of a Flower 

OF coiirse every one knows, from ob-"" 
serxatlon that someHoWer."! will re- 
main fresh longer than others. Even in 
the garden there are some that excel In 
tl^e length of their flowering period, and 
s. n.e that only, last for a day. like the day 
l.ly. The purpose of a flower is to bear 
the reproductive organs of the piant, 
clothed in a pretty gown- of floral leaves , 
or petals to at'ract tfie att<>ntior. of lA.secl 
fcomirers These aid in the difficult and 
all-impArUnt business of pollination. The 
flower.< appear in nature as a means of 
reproduction, not just to plea#e the on- 
looker. 

When fhp flow«>r has gained Its objec- 
tive, whert"' the pLstil ha.s received suitable 
poUea, when the ovule has been lertliiaid. 



PKOVIDED that a poultry hou.se is not 
,les^ than average height, .>ay. a mean 
of six feet, its capacity is judged by the 
area of the floor and in accurd.uice with 
the number oi birds in the flock. 

The smaller the number of birds, the 
11. ! • -pace each one requires. For exam- 
pie, with half a dozen birri.. m the com- 
bined scratching .shed and ro<As;ing c(im- 
pariment form of house the allowance 
.should ' be not less than ix .square le< : 
apiece, while eight .squaif feel is belter. 

As the size of the flock Increases t<j a 
limit nf 100 the 1«».^ th e- amount u\ \\ wr 
area necessary per head. When there are 
about twenty together, '4t is quite sufficient 
if each i.'; g: .- ; : ..i .^quare feet A r; 
measuring iwe.ve feet by six feet, lor 
instance, gives seventy- two square feet 
Ml floor space, so its t ipacity i's eightien 
It must be remembered, however, that 
it is the actual avattable floor space which 
must be reckoned In the above hou.se a 
third of the floor area might easily be 
occupied by food troughs, water vessels, 
nest boxes and the like, so its" C&p&Kliy 
would be reduced correspondingly 

To allow for'lhe largest po.s.sibk' number 
of birds to be housed, ail lurniture" 
.Should be raised above floor le'.ei. so every 
inch, apart from where the ig^js of liie 
shelves touch the ground, can be used by 
the fowl* for scratching purposes 

Have the hou.se fitting*, including the 
droppings board, not less than twenl^ 
inche.s above flofjr level -if the hou.se is 
used for breeding purposes the height 
..should he increased to twenty-four mche* 
to allow for the, extra height and comb 
and tall of the males. 



Seeds rrf anmiaTf iKolild be aown now 
to stand the Winter ^nd produce early 
flowers next year. Shirley poppies and 
cornflowers and. of course. marlgold.s. are 
a.s likely as any of the ar.r. j;i> v, ^,ve 
good Miulta from thia iHmuner ^owmg. 



I 1ST of cows owned by members of the 
Saanich Jersey Cattle Club whuii 
have qualified under official supervision 
for the fifty-pound list for July. Numbers 
in parentiie.ses indicate ■ day> fresh and 
those following pounds of milk and but- 
terfat produced, respectively. 

Olympic Ros« . yearling <I26i, 85^.5; 35. 
W Horsland 

BubbucomI Standards Stella. 2-year 
(471, 1 082; 54 H E Burbidge. 

Duntulm ()>. lord Kona, 2-year ri22i. 
768. 43 A D Macdoiuild ' 

Brackenliurst Oxford Kale, 2 -year i74'. 
886; 42. A. W. Ay lard. 

Olympic Bindle Queenle. 2-year (217), 
f.fiT; 41 83 W. Horsland. 

Duntulm Oxford Sunsliine, 2-year tll6i, 
28; 40.9. A. D. Macdonald. 

Brackenhurst Oxford Sis, 2-year (61>; 
861; 40. A W Aylard 

Olympic Volunteer fvlarie. 3-ycar i77', 
1,036.5 ; 60. W. Horsland. 

Babbacombe Standard s .Smte. 3-year 
(114', 1,050; 54 H E Bwrbidee 

Tormentors Brown Mane, .J-year ilTOi, 
i.05S; 54. Mrs. Weller. 

Babbacombe Standards .Siren, 3-year 
(llTi. y24. 53. H. E Burbidge. 

Duntulm Volunteer May. 3-year (160>, 
I.OdK. 53 A. D. Macdonald 

Babbacombe Standards Spa. 3-ycar 
(1081. 1.0507 Bt 5. H. E. Burbidge. 

Babbacomb'c Standard s S e n > a t i d i, 

3- year <56>. 1,053, 50.5. H. E Burbidge. 
Rosemont Standard Viola. 3-year (72i. 

1.066. 49 L Burkinshaw. 

Ro.semont Volunteer Addressa. 3-year 
(74 . 844. 45 L Burkinshaw. 

Deeitail Empress Fern, 4-year (13ll, 
4.222. 74 5 Mrs. Weller. • 

Babbacombe Roi.din Khoda. 4-year '70^, 
1,300 ; 68. H. E. Burbidge. 

DurHulm Hem' nibrance You'll Do, 

4- year i339», B02, 5(J. A. W Aylard 
Golden Standard's Marie. 5-year (223), 

1.305. 67 A W. Aylard 
. Uolden Standard s (;ulleen, 5-year (256', 
1063; 66. A. W. Aylard. 

Noble Gordon Joan, 5-year (157). 963; 
5b. E Burkinshaw. 

Duntulm You U Do Flapper, 
a76), 98ti, 53. A. D. Macdonald. 

Summerland Standard Flora, 
<21b<. 902, 50 E Burkln.shaw.. 

Church Hiil Double • Auburh, 
1 142', 953. 50. E Burkinshaw. ^ 

Oxford Financier's Miliy, 5-year <1MJ^. 
960, 50. E. Burkinshaw.. 

Golden Stiindaid ^ Myrtle, 6-year (ll3), 
U9(*. 54-.- A. W, Ayiard. 

Golden Standards Tiny, 6-y^ar (2061, 
')> 52 A. W Aylard. 

Babbacqmbe Standard s Volage. 7-yei|r 
< 99 1.253: 63. H E. Burbidge. 

D uituihi .Seagull. T=7CTrrTI3JT7.1 .225; 61. 
A D. Maedonald. 

Duntulm ■yoij'll Do Spot, 7-year dM), 
'i', ' ■ : ■ ■ :.a;d 

Hig-ncmit M'^mrcfi ^teert, 7-year <167», 
868 5. 52. W. Horsland. , 
— cmr^rhili Princess, mature ■(129), l,M7.i; 
79 Mr.v Weller. 

Of tiiese CI.IWS Uolden Standard II sjliL, 
ten. Qowllnas Oxford sired two, Glamor- 
gan Rejr. sired two. Glamorgan Wexford 
B)ndle M«d two, Olympic Volunteer sired 
two. and MadamoiaeUe's Oxford urad'iMco. 

Anaemia or paie-ieaf is ir^.s ,ju 
prevalent with some roses, doubtless 

Xing, to 'he drought and difficult 
weather. Grx>d flowers cannot possibly 
develop unless this condition is changed 
lor. one of rlth green The vital n^^d ;a a 
.Mipply of available iron, which ciCh be 
prr>vided by dlMohring sulphate of Iron 
( lyst^is in water at-the rate of one-quar- 
;ei ounce to two gallons Give each anac- 
tTuc jrose three p.ntj of this solution, and 
ir. a few days all luggestlpn of weakness 
«... h^v»^ jiSvsfr) a-j:,- Wher, rr.ftking 'he 
application, taiu uue to avoid the leaves. 



5-year 
5 -year 
■5-year 



St. Brigid Anemones May 
~ Be Planted Now for 
Early Spring Bloom 

MUCH benefit is derived from planting 
the lovely St Brigid anemones about 
now The\ li;i\t .iiiiple time in which to 
become e.si hed Oelure Winter, are 
thus lortHled against inclement weather,' 
.nnd will flowei f;ir m"re freely and 
strongly in Spring than will tuber.s plant; 
ed in Autumn or in February or March. 

The great dislike of these anemones l.s a 
Stagnant or ill-drained soil. So, it possible, 
select a site in full sunshine and where 
the .soil is deep I ' lil and well drained-^ 
in other words, where the water gets away 
quickly and does not remain on or near 
the surface Very flue ai Mii :.c.s .ue 
grown in ordmary good garden .soil en- 
riched with plenty of leaf mould from 
beech or oak woods, and IreU'-decayed 
farm manure. 

Where available, cow manure ahottld bH 
u.sed; It is much appreciated i»y ttwat 
plants 

The K'K'uiid mils! be well duj; and the 
manure buried below the level of tiM 
tubers "I hey will find it' \^lien they are 
rooting freely and when food is moat 
urgently required. 

In heavy loam .soil.s. did hot bed manure 
is very suitable, in addition to some leaf 
mould .and plenty of grit. 

firm Ground and Fine THHi 

BMokL planliiiK. tread tlie giound- 
mod( rateiy t)rm and rake the SUTfaCO; 
to a fairly fine tilth. 

It I.S all to thpjfood tf , whim completed, 
the bed or border is rai ed a few Inches 
above the surroundinK level. Choose .a , 
day for planting when the g r nund IB f Mi ny 
moist but not sticky. 

It 19 not unusual for novue.s plant 
the tubers crowns downward, the wrong 
way up They \aiv much in si/e and 
shaiJt, according to the variet-y. .and are 
formed of Irregular fleshy bunches, hav- 
ing a number of . .smai. • ii>» iiinces, 
called crowns. The.sc crown.-, aie obtuse 
poin'ts. often a .shade dairlcer in coKji than 
the .s'l; : ■ 1.1,1. . k;ii. 

The cio'Ai.s are m riustef.s near the 
centre, and'sometimes singly at the ex- 
tremities of the projecting limbs. Th9 
crowns should fare ui)v^arfl lo the surface. 

Plant the tubers with a trowel or lay' 
them out in drilLs. six or sewn ine 
apart, and two inches deep Set them on 
a layer^ of silver sand to insure healthy 
rooting condttfons. 



Hardy Veronicas for 
-Bordei^ <>f Rockery 



COOL blby against the mid..iimmtr 
heat a;,d r(K)l green aKaln.st the dry 
earth- the.w . jhe light 

grace of the .p,i(.,Kf i.. tm7-i; u.sually 
_j5lj|e or violet, but in rare instances pink 
or white, make^ them rornbine weii ■> 
other plantx whether in ;l\e xarden '>r a 
flower arrangemCTTr. The vigorous plant* 
inrrpa.se rapidly and af^-d*-pendable. 

They ace very hardy and free-flowermg' 
and will grow in any n^Kid garden soil in 
a sunr.-, : - ,•, •, A ide fro.-i, .' i''f,!,i{ in 
c.>pecia.,y cjiy Afa'.her and div.Mon of the 
CTOWdifd tlumpi every three years, they 
demand no par'inilar att«!ntiot, If f<ne 
wishes to have exceptionally large lr>f>»e 
fjower headJ' may rut- th e plants b ark' 
lightly when thry -i - ■ ..f grown, but thia 
-is not really necesNary 

Veronicas are propagated by aeed or 
division S'''d i.s fto'*!, 'o'jVM^e iri iliptll, 
m a light v>\i. In the nhade. riiv.^ir.p rnay 
be done either In Fall after the plant* 
have flowered, or. lew we^. m Spring. 

There are many species of this adl^H* 
sble perennial creeping ones for the rock 
Rarden. low mo»sy ones for ground coyrri, 
<\ ta.. rrect ones for the borSirM;eu^ 
ting garr'-- 



THE PAILY COLONIST, \UCTQRIA. B a, SUNDAY, AUj3UST 21. 193: 





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London Is Slowly Sinking 



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A 



WRITBR on science recently made 

the 'ftrlklriK stalcrnfiit that In 
5,000 years London has sunk eighty 
'Tret, the maximum height allowed foe Ita 

— . l)uUdln«s. 

That Is to Bay. In 5,000 years at this rate 
the natural sinking of London would bury 
^ ^ pjffrythin^: In it that we can .set- i.xi.i^;^;, , 

feet higher ih^in it is, but we have plenty 
of proof that the earth is gradually rising 
In some places and falling In others. 
These changes In the height of the land 
above the level of the sea are different 
from th'.iP due to the washing away of 
the ioil by riiUi, erosion, or the p UinK up 
. of shingle beds by tidal action, or of mud 
^ and gravel brouRht down by rivers They 

are due to the actual rise or fall of the 
strata In consequence of the expansion or 
contraction of rocks deep down in the 
crust of the earth. 

Evidence of the rise of parts of -our 
country above sea Irvel Is abundant, for 
wherever we come across a beach raised 
above sea level we know the land has 
risen there. 

■ I The rate of change in the elevation of 
an island exposed to. a tidal ocean like 
EnRliiiifl 1."! ii'i' ''.'I y tn calculutc, but two 
cihturies o( ob.servation of the coast of 
the Baltic, a tldeless sea, have proved 
that Sweden Is rising and rising In some 
areas faster than in others. Stockholm Is 
eighteen Inches higher than It was a cen- 
tury ago, places to the north having risen 
twice as much and places to the south 
half as much. - 
' l^ear Naples, on the shore of anojihcr 



Astonishing Story From 
Germany 

FOUR hundred market gardeners In 
Germany have been lighting their 
homes with stolen wireless waves. 

It is an astoiiLshuiK story. One of the 
gardeners, it seems, had the notion of 
liKhting a lamp by u-slng the electric 
energy passing through his house when- 
ever programmes were being broadcast 
from Hamburg After expe rimenting he 
found he could light a pocket lamp. Tlicn 
he arranged to tap sufficient energy to 
liglif a tablrlamp A.s ho was iM'tln;? 
light free of charge he told his neigiibors 
how it was done^i ~*nd^-^ secret was 
handed on till 400 market gardeners were 
poaching on the preserves of the llam- 
burg station. At first the authorities were 
tmused at the idea, but after a time thry 
discovered that 5 per cent of the ener gy 
they were brbadcasting was taken, arTd 
Uiey prosecuted the thieves. 

The case gave Uie court some trouble. 
The evidence for the prosecution was not 

convincing. Had the elertrlr current been 
supplied by wire the market gardeners 
could have been accused of stealing elec- 
truity. but the by-laws of broadcasting 
had nothing to say about people using 
airelea waves for domestic illumination. 
The three market gardeners w*io repre- 
sented the colony in what was regarded 
as a test case were fined trifling sum.^; 
— but they were warned that the offence 
would beco^ mo^t serious and costly If 
p itepeated. _ 

For most of us this new form of poach- 
ing l.s interesting herau.se it.. Is (he be- 
ginning of a new form of illumination, 
jalthbugh the B B c ha.s known of lamps 
/being lighted by wlrelcs.'^ waves in the 
iDcoltwich area. The (iermaii m.irket 
gardeners have been playing with a' 
scheme for lighting their ho\ises by wire- 
less, and the time cannot be far distant 
when this method of lUumlndtlng houses 
and streets wilf be^ seriously considered. 
It may become u^iiversal. doing away 
with the need of overhead or under- 
ground cables, and enabling the remotest 
corners of the earth to turn night Into 
day at the touch of a switch: — 

A generation ago the agi' nf i idio 

i ltumlnatl e n was f^weteW -m 4h« aages. 

of the Children's Encyclopedia. The dawn 
A breaking now. . - 

■ Whistling in Morse 



land-locked sea* is a striking example of 

the rl.se of the land and of a sinking 
which preceded it not 2,000 years ago. 
Here stand three colimins of a tempte 
rising from a f^oor whirh Is a little below 
high water. The.se columns are smooth ■ 
to a height of Jtwelve feet, but f or Ua« 
rijyct jplnclfeet they aije pitted with the , 
-^Irt i«<C^M5y-«f*?fl<felw^^ 
in the sea. Above, the columns are smootli 
again. . — 

The land with the temple must there- 
fore have sunk below the ser and c<him 
up agalrr, the fact thai no borings occur 
en the -lower parts of the columns being 
accounted for by their burial imdtrrvol- 
canlc ash from Vesuvius. 

p:videnee of the .sinking of the Thames 
Estuary and other puri.s of the island is 
obtained from submerged, forests and 
from the formation of the fjords on the 
west of Scotland, which are river valleys 
that have sunk below sea level and bifen 
tiibmcrged by its waters 

There is a submerged forest In the 
Thames Estuary, and when a dock was 
bemt; made at Barry in Wales four sub- 
merged forests were found, one above the 
other, proving a subsidence ot- flfty - flv 
feet. _ 

Tlie nature of the Inlets of Es|8X, lou,— 
prove that they have been formed as the 
Ijords of Scotland were formed, the sea 
having advanced up the river valleys 
owing to the sinking of the land. The 
rale of subsidenee mu.st al'Aay.s be a mat- 
ter for conjecture, unless some delinite 
evidence (such as coins in a submerged 
grave) is forthcoming. - 




Jeiry ChipDuink dnd the Cigdrette 



A BrilUh ColumbM Port<t Service Storr 

JKRRT the little chipmunk, has moved 
his horne He and hi^ f,,nM!v are liv- 
ing down by the biK * ieaimg, where 
the humans come to camp. They found a 
lovely place to live in a bit; hollow log 
near the creek. The people ncarl*' always 
feed- the chipmunks scraps from ^^ir 

There Is only one drawback— the dan- 

t;er from tire Wherever you find people 
you also find tire: not that Are is a dan<- 
ger in Itself. butTOTHe folks Just will not 
learn to be careful with It. They go away 
and leave their campfires burning and 
they throw away lighted cigarettes and 
cigars Soon after the chlpmimk family 
arrived at the big clearing they almost 
lost their home through Just such care- 
lessness. Here's how It happened. 



Spinning Paul 

Two centuries have gone by since 
Lewis Paul was spinning wool in a 

way never seen before. 

He is remembered for his machine for 
-«acdkiC~coUoa«sool-aiid-alh£r-flhrei.^and. 



Australia's All-Steel Train 

Al STRALIA S latest transport triumph 
is the streamlined .Splrl* of Progre.ss, 
an all-steel. air-condiLioiied train built in 
the Victorian Railways workshops for the 
Melbonrne-Sydney run 

Wherever possible the materials and 
the workmanship are Australian, though 
product.-, from every part of the globe 
haye been used in its construction. Th^re 
is pure gold in the, gold lines on both sides 
of the .train jind^ ill the winged mono- 
gram on the front of the engine. 

To eliminate noise and vibration nine 
layers of sfeel and snund-deadening ma- 
terial have been placed between the out- 
side and the in.nlde of the carriage floors. 
i:.uii cairia;;!' has Its (jwii air-condll:on- 
iiig plant, so that the trying Summer iieat 
will not worry the pa-ssengers. The most 
,1 ■ ' ■ til in the tram is the ob- 
ter vatiun car. i)uncled in Australian hard- 
wood; it has a .scmt-clrcuiar end so that 
from any position m the car a passenger 
can see three-cjuarlers ol tlie coutjtryside 
through which the expre.ss is passing. 

The carriages are handsomely furnished 
and carpeted, and each passenger is pro- 
videTl with a reading light, and the win- 
dows are of unbreakable glass. 

The average .speed of the train is fifty 
miles an hour on the non-stop run to 
Albury, on the harbor, where, as the rail- 
way K.iut;es vary in each An."?trallan State, 
the passengers will have to transfer to 
another ti-aln. • . • 

h'our oMu'i locomotives, all of. the Pacific 
type, arc being buUl lor this and other 
services, land will be called after lamous 
'pioneers. _ 

The Radiotypewriter 



Black Patches on 
the Moon . 



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ON «tcairn Island, where the descend- 
ants of the mutineers of the Bounty 
live, all the children of Adamstown are 
experts In the Mor-se C9dc._. 

" Th(-y smna' .ii it to one anotj-ier by 

long and short whistles, and exchange 
long mea^ages as a pleasant game;— TTils 
ina\' he he( a\i>e Pltcairii. the radio .st.itlon 
of which is listed PITC, was for long 

worse o ff than most places for wirelest. 

It has had a radio station since 1920^, 
* , and It la. UQW well- equipped under the 



A WONDERFUL inve ntion Is to be seen 
.it the International Business Ma- 

chine.s Bnildimt In New York 

It Is the radiotypewriter. con.sisting of 
an ordinary typewriter resting on a cab- 
inet containing a radio apparatus. A 
"mesgjge Ttyped on the machine 11 con- 
verted into signals which flash through 
the ether and descend on another type- 
writer, setting its kevs gimin furi"iisly 

Even in a cl'y like .N'cw York, wh;^ !i is 
TneraTly leerrii'ng with broadcasts all day 
and night, ther^ remains a Utile zone of 
ultra short wavelengths of which the in- 
vrrrtors have beep able to take ad- 
vantage, and It is esllm'ated that as many 
a> .s.ooo such machines could be used at 
nne ; • . with'ou'f interfering 

with fai li o;nei t.Aactly wiiat the uses 
of siieh a machine will, turn out td be in 
bu 'ine-', remains to he seen, but that th? 
uiieics.s typewriter wurics has been amply 
proved. ' 



charge of netlher Christian and Andrew 

Young, dire.-t descendants nf the muti- 
neers. But formerly Andrew Young's 
{•ending apparatus cotisisted of one stor- 

^ age battery, which had to be sent period'^ 

icaUy t« New Zealand to be recharged. 



Ted 



There w.is a young fellow, named Ttd, 
Who slept wrong, end up u;i his bed. 
And he stated, when chaffed, 
■ At the head there s a draught, 
Bo I sl«ep with my iMt there instead." 



What tree U useful in history? 
Oat*. 



Tlie 



, Asleep^ iil^e Poor. 

JT must be startling to open your front 
; 4 door and find a full-grown Seal, six 
feet long, asleep on the veranda. 

That l.s wh.i* r.ip'am MrNellly, harbor 
master at Wairau Bar, on Cook Strait in 
New Zealand, found oaa momihg. 

The seal must have come ashore In 
the night, and it was enjoying a sleep in 
the morning sunshine when the captsdn 
OiOttced It. It was remarkably tame, and 
seemed to have a liking for human com- 
pany. It refused to be moved, and after 
spending a couple of days in the pilnt 
station garden, and flattening out ro^y 
pl a iita with Its great bulk, awam down 
the river and out to sea. returning to the 
beach for a time, to be surrounded by 
many curious people Then it dtsap- 
|ie.i , t (I .ippafently -continuing its journey 
Tutmtt trtr-eotit.' ^ 



HY are there black patches on 
the moon?" asked the Little 
Questioning Princess. "They look to me 

like smudges." 

"Ah, they've looked like .smudges to 
other people, too." laughed the Oldest -of- 
all-the-Nur.ses "Wi.se men .say they are 
the mountain.s of the moon, but in the 
old story they are Just black patchea— 
dirty fingermark."; " 

"Whose, fingermarks? ' asked the Little 
PrlnceW. 

"Well, long ago. the story says, the sun 
r.nd the moon were just ordinary chil- 
dren, sister and brotiier, living on earth, 
playing ordinary games with other chil- 
dren, and enjoying life verv much One 
night they decided to play hide and .seek 
in the dark. When the little sifter crept 
away to hide in the kitchen, her brother 
Jumped out suddenly from a corner and 
frightened her. He would not say who 
he was, and this made her very ancry. so 
she ran. to the big fireplace, made her 
hands quite black with soot from the 
• chimney, caught the boy. and nibbed liis 
face. She guessed he would nut wa;jiv 
before he went to bei^ and she. hoped to 
know~^iim in the morning by the smuts 
on hl.s face." 

"Did she? ' asked the Little Princess. 

"She did," nodded the Nurse, "but when / 
she saw that he wa.s her own biu brother 
she was afraid and ran away. Then the 
boy guessed that she was the girl who 
had blacked, his face, and he taii after 
lier. ' 

■ On and on they went. When the Utile 
sister came to the edge of the world she 
Jumped off and. as .she continued to run 
into space she was chiing«l Into the sun. 
"hie brother followed, and he became the 
moon To.this day he i.s chasing the .sun, 
and the black patches on his lace have 
never worn off." — From Thr^gntrea* 
Standard. 

Gooseberry Tart 

RUBY loved helping Mother with the 
. -cjjoklng. When she wa.s very small 
she u:>ed to beg a piece of dough and make 
ca kes ' f t ff l i e r Uulls. Tl n ' h W ie wo uld hav e- 
n prand tea party for them, and a.> the 
dolls could not eat the cakes she would 
eat them herself. _ , 

So when Ruby'.s birthday «ame her 
present from Dad was a Complete cooking 
outf^trf There *ris the mixing bowl; pastry 
board, rolling pin. rake cutler, and- a- 
litlle tin to make the cake RT Ruby was 
very proud of her present. 

Besides, this there was a parcel from 
Mother. Ruby sciuealed with delight when 
- ■sha- unwrapped it. for in .it was a nest 
white apr n and cap t6.match, just big 
enough to fit her. 

"Nowv':— ^id Dad, "you 11 be able to 
make us .some cakes K-.stead of the doll.- ' 
"Yes," answered Ruby. I shall feel just 
as grown-up as-M*M4ier in my new- apron, 
and I wlU do exactly as she does ' 

After that the rookery le.ssor.s bepan 
Ruby learnt how to wcik;!; the f.uu: and 
sugat^d. measure the milk or water for 
herself,- until .Mother said her hltle girl 
was going to be a hrst -class, cook. 

One day Mother was very busy. Orand- 
ma and (ir.indad were coming to Stay, and 
th£ie wa.s a great deal to do. 

"Ruby," she •ailed. "You must help, me 
this morning Run into the garden and 
pick some gooseberries, and theiTJ^uIcan 
make a gooseberry tart for me ' ~~ 
\' ■■ " 'Ok her hitle basket to the gar- 
a&tf tt'a l aw afliiuii g it w a s im«d. 



"Now." said Mother, "top. and tall them, 
put them In the colander and wash them." 

This was soon done, and. feeling verjr 
important. Ruby put on her cap and 
apron, fetched the mixing howl, and set 
to work. She weighed tlie flour, rubbed 
In the other Jngredients, and mixed It up 
as Mother had taught tur Next she 
rolled it on the pastry board, popped it 
over the pie disli (with the rgg cupt, 
trimmed the edges, and brushed the tdp 
With eug. all ready to be set in the oven. 

Dad came home with Grandma and 

Grandad, and the tart with its beautiful 
brown crust came to the table Ruby 
cSlgerly told Grandma she had made it, 
and Grandma said how nice it looked. 
Mother cut the crust, saying it was very 
light and flaky. . Then sha exclaimed in 
surprise. 

Ruby peered at the tart, afraid thai 

.>omethinp; had spoiled it, and to her hor- 
ror the dish was empty. She had iorgot- 
ten the gooseberrle{>! 

The Song of Youth 

THERE arc those who ev^er grumble, 
And the old who ever say 
Life is now le.ss fimh and .span.ni.i 

Than tiiey knew it yesterday. 

. But the truth is we are living . 
In ,the graiulest days of all; 
Nobler^ days and far more thriihng 
Than the days thty can recall. 



there are other uiventions to his credit. 
bu4 his name is always linked with a 
patent he took out In 17S8. It was for a 
machine for spinning wool and cotton^ 

a way then new. 

It was in Birmuigham that he set up 
his mill, having the help of John Wyatt. 
a skilful mechanic His invention has 
been described as of the greatest im- 
portance, and an adaptation of It Is now 
in every cotton and woolen null, in the 
world. The process, known as roller- 
spinning, consists of two pairs of rollers, 
the. second pair revolving at a slightly 
quicker rale than the first, with the 
result that as the cotton or wool is passed 
through it is stretched or drawn in a 
regular manner. 

Lewis Paul's invcnliun should have 
made him rich and hastened the coming 
of the Industrial revolution, but it .- ems 
to have brought him httle but trouble. 
He set up a mill in Northampton, but 
both mills were failures, and the inven- 
tion did not become a commercial success 
nil It was taken up by Richard Arkwrlght. 
II would seem as if this clever man lived 
too soon, for the world was not ready to 
use his maciunes He died in 1750 and 
was burled at Paddingioa. a man who led 
the way toward an industrial prosperity 
and great wealth m wludi he never 
shared. 



Mr and Mrs Chipmunk and all the lit- 
tle i hipinunk-s had gone ouFlo look for 
f<M>d. leaving Jerry to take rare of the 
h.iuse" They had not been gone very long 
V hen Jerry heard voices outside thftJlOl* , 
low lop He looked out and there, .stand- 
ing quite near the door, were two men. 
They' were- talking and Mneklhg. Jitit 'aa- • 
they j,vere lea'vlpg. one of them threw 

J^^i^ttted^lK^JWttt^i^^^^ ^ 
m the dry grass by the dooFoH^eitipi-^u^ 

home 

Jerry rushed out as quickly as he could, 
after the men had gone, and took the • 

cigarette In his arms Then he ran down 
to the creek and threw it into the water. 
Fortunately, the cigarette had not been 
In the gra.ss enough to start a fire, 

and so no damage was done, but I just 
hate to think what might have happened 
if Jerry had not been watching. 



The World in a Thousand 
Years 

A THOUSAND Journeys round the 8unt 
Whatprofit when their course ill tun? 
Will men be taller, women fairer, 
Ww fc a joy. a nd tfou b l e ra rer ? 



The Ostrich 



Life Is larger, swifter, finer 
/Than it ever was of yore; 
iWe are healthier, stronger, wiser 
)Than men ever were before. * 
A^illlons once but tolled and sweated. 

Barely sipping at life's cup. 
We, the heirs ol all the ages. 
Take the wihe and drink it up. 

From the slums thcTe comes an army 

Marching to the PromL-jed Laxtdf 
To the poorest and the oldest, 

dee, we stretch the helping hand. 
Youth today accepts the challenge 

Of the .vhining mouiitain peak; 
We are cUmbiug, we are .striving, 

Tls the highest -that 



Drakes and Raletghs of the skyways. 

These of wiiom today we read 
Will t>e nijmbered with Immorials - 
Heroes of the Age of SpeM. 
--We are fighting Superstition, 

We are comjuering disease; 
r^epths of .vpace and heiph','; of climbing, 
F'. Hieer . we are in these 

5^e have sent old Idol^s crashing, ' 
But Lhcxi.' u uur-«eu4« within, 

Something stirring, something walking. 

Something longing to begin ^ . ... 
Bui lding HP a world undreamed of - 

By tni fPUmblers of our da- 
Youth's new kingdom standing firmly 

On the dust of yesterday. ^ 

— HLO, in The Childl-ens Page. 

lo-Search of Knojdedge 

GEOFFREY CoUin.son Is not yet seven, 
b„' he walk. ::ve miles every week- 
day tx. -p'- .s.r i:fl.i-. We must have 
wa-iked aoi .ii a ;i.uu.>and mi.' s in search 
of knowledge. 

Living at Kelton-ln-Teesdale. this York- 
.<hire boy has to attend school at Mickle- 
ton. If his home had been three mOat 
frnm'Trhool the su^horlMes wcruld have 
been compelled to provl4e a conveyauM, 
but as the diataxDce is jSSO )M»r4a leas than 
three mile.s, Geoffrey baa to walk thtrt 
and back. 



THE ostrich does not run .straight, but 
In curves, so the |iunter, by taking 
short cut.s, ran get up to It. Then the 
ostrich, if it be male, will light. Its feet 
are its weapons. You may Judge how 
strong are its feet and leg.s when you 
know that the ostrich can carry two men 
on Its back. It strikes forward with its 
fed. and can Inflict a terrible Injury This. 
«hows us how unreal are the storleii in 
t|ie school books of the ostrich runnii^g 
away and burying its head in the .'and 
as soon as it .sees ah enemy, believing h^t 
because it cannot sefe neither can i be 
seen. The ostrich does no such ^thint; 
nor does it leave its eggs to tie hatched 
by the sun. ' i 

Stupid the ostrich may be,. but it makes 
a very good parent 1 1.; < e or four hens 
lay their eggs together in a rough nest^ 
which l.s made simply by a "hoUow ln tfift^ 
sand. The astrlch's egg'ls very 'blK. but 
the male ostrich is a big bird and, can 
cover sixteen of them. If there be more 
ahsin-lhat^Jie simply pushes them'out ot. 
the nest, and f req lent ly more wasted 
eggs arc louuU lying about tiie nest ttian 
liava^^en Tittched. The hatching lasts 
forty-two days. The birds do not leave 
the eggs in he .sand. The male sits (jn 
them throughput the night, and the hm 
sits on the^n during tlie d • .' nu firne.', 
the hen may cover the eg^.. over with 
rand, and leave them in th« sunshine tor 
s few hours during the day,, but this 
rarfiytiappens. : i 



When Ls a snake good at flfturtt?— Wbtn 
llama ad<Ur. 



A Penny Stamp 



STAMP collectors will be Interested in 
the recent Ht«rn»Ty in » nii^/.K vtj. 

laga ot^Mwa Mauritius penny red stamp, 
posiinarked 1841 

The stamp was part of a pirt-jre made' 
of old irtamps which showed a carnage 
in which sat a man .and woman, drawn 
by a hnr.«e, and in the red Mauritius part 
of the horse s body was seen. 

It haa had an advepturbus and rather 

complicated career, for it belonged r.rst 
of ail to a clergyman, who gave it u. his 
charwoman, who sold it for twopepce to 
s<'>meone who .sold it to a butcher for three 
fhilllng.s, the butcher .selling It for fJTO 

George the Fifth had an unused two- 
penny blue Mauritius stamp in his col- 
iecticn which- was bought for ii;4Mi 

Last W cek> A nsweri 

The Stick Problem—Ona pound minus 
the weight of aairduat Idit in cutting. 

A Curious Word— HcroliM.r 



Will young and old a.scend the .sky. 
And never walk when they ( .m fly 
Will thase who tra\( l while tlay roam 
Be wirelessed to the sighta of home. 
See b(>fore tin in a-, thev pa.ss 
The l.Kc di |,,\f ni a magic glass? 
Will pciK e make fair tha ways of Earth 
And set men free to conquer dearth? 
Will Beauty love with men to dwell 

Hicau.se they learn lOt-lcaat-bar waU9- 

Will lile be bright, and all its hours 
Be gay with music, bright with flowers?. 
WlU space be bridged, and-flylng cars 
Tempt ft, Ik to spend week-end.s In Mars? 
Will nun of strange and fearful pattern ', 
Invade our sphere from ringed Saturn? 
Whate er mir hope , \^haie'er our fears. 
Old Earth must change in a thousand 
years. 

O Time' \^h(j,se instant is an age. 
Write what thou wUt ^^\^ our Fai th s page. 
But leave men love, and leave them tears 
To cleanse theif htarts in the Changing 
years! 

— From Children's Newspaper. 

Spring Is Passing By 

SHE walked abroad on tipt(»e 
About' the peep flf day, 
And all the eartii was aleeping 
Till she cam«.by tl\at way. 

Though softly, softQr went Iht, 

The sleeping creatures SttCT^; 
A lark .soared up to heaven 
Awaking every Mrd. 

The snowdrops in Uie copses 
Threw back that*- counterpane 

And In a frlre .sprang out of bed 
To greet the Sun again. 

The aronltie.s Wliirh .^lumbered 

In cradles out of sight. 

All decked her faintest footpnnu 

With sparkling gems of light. ^ 



The giants of the forest 
Who stand against the sky, 
Witli whispers spread the story 
That Spring was passing by. 

■ I. , !■ 

Ro RDftly, .sofMy went .she, 

fio lightly up and down. 

But few there wera. that'saw her 

Of aU the folk in town. 



Yet in the waiting cotuTlry 
'Jhere .stirred in everything 
A new Hurrah to wtleoma 
The coming baak offspring. 

-HLO. 

Ignorant of Success 



MANY people in Londoii have been to 
.see the painW>i>> ol a y^i^y^ artut 
who did not live to see 4ri<>^^ eo aaa. — > 

The painter was Chrlstopjier Wood, who 
taught himself t<j paint when he was a 
boy of stxt«^and was laid up in bed W~ 
.MX months. He palntMl to paM[ tht tima 

away. - ' ^ 

. Then 'he made up his mind to be a 
painter, and the lernaniinK thirteen yeais 
— joI his short life were spent in LlverpfKJl 
in learning what grKjd painting was, and 
in Paris trying to imitate it by study. 
Painting was his recreation,, his task, ma 
ambtlon, his life, and everything he carea 
for.. It is said that of the 500 palntlnga^^ 
and drawingr, he ftnl«hed i;i hl-i r' llfe- 
t.me no ff wer than forty were paUiltd at 
the rale "f four a week In the laai In* 
months of his I.fe. 

The end came by an acci dent he could 
not have foreseen; but it alnoil WMt- 
aa if th. f'-veriih activity arose from 
some ini.cF knowledge that he hid nn 
time to k)se He mmt work whllt ttuVM 
day, for t.»,e nigiil was at iiand. 

Yet It was n'K^to: r ight had fallen thafc> 
tha afterglow o; f,ime iiehtcd Ml 'thte 
^yw mg mar. y heart T,^en a -.s ;»«'rf »•! . ed. 
and no* is arkj.ovi, edged, 'hat among 
young Christopher Wi-xxl s palntiiigs are 
some which are lit with a touch of genial, 
and high prices have been paid for ihan. 

What pia4a tha owl lM>wt7-,lltartai th«_ 
crow crow. — 



I 



DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, BC, iBlXDAY. AfGLST 21. 1<?,W _ 



3 



Qreal Briiaiii and the Pommions Overseas 



British Labor I'arty 
rollowin^ Example 
- Of New Zealanders 



|jMinfhm|{ Drive ta Fngliili 

•f Ai r icuhm ni Populati 
1^ Polky Hoi Approved 



GIFTS ABE ^Schoolboys aoumi for Ncufoundiaiid |]Arm> Engaged in 



DEUiTFyL 

Marvelous Presents of 
frenoh People Highly Val- 
ued by Princesses 

LONDON iBUPi — PoMlbly 
inore 4»Ughted tliaii anyone 



j' ONDON (HUP) — In»|*iWa' by the example of the New ,v:th flu- visit of Kmg George 

*^^Labor Pirty have iu*t launched a drive tJ5populan/e afp -fKcH-^twrf y»«iicmfrs, Prin"=^ 



Party have ju*t 



the policy in rhr LngUili countrytUk. Tb« imporUnce of this, -cesses Elizabeth and Margaret 

lick in the loliowing : ' ~ u. . f 

1 Without the aupport vt Hi iince the farmers are unable to 
U . /nsMlerable part of the ' ^ff how the party could recon- 
av • • -'i*' pupury"-! o( Brit- <iu ii* cheap food policy with! 

I,. LaOor Parly can ntvtr itie inleresU of the men who I 
, i, .. ,..ar majority m the | grew it 
li .u I '-I ('otiimons. 

2 Thpy »n propoMiiK • i 



If.. 



1 1 : 



mrnt a«ri« u.'. uiiii i)"it< > 

umny with thf Prime Mm- 

^:,fi: 



, pri<nra.mm»' i-^ 

t,.i....i.K :STipp<ir' it: 

I ouiiM Vilde. and ih* > 
• .1 number '»t tarnirrs wiiiiug 



1, 



Now, however, with the exam- 

;,;»■ (,( Nf A 7,raland before them. 
• L.iDor 111 iiii-> country appears to 

lir.st 

time 8o much no that the Cgn- 
.iervatire Party U anxious, and 

I hf Timp> n-rr.aricpd that La- 
bor* promise to adopt the New 
Zealand plan <jf guaranteed 
l>rK'^s wa»-already attracting the 

:ai lIier.^ 

1 he Natl iiial F"ariiier.>' Union, 
vkhicli i.s enorniou-sly powerful, 
tia^ been expressing it^i general 

div^ati.slartioii wi'h ti,i!.i.'.s as! 



Rose 

They now po.iMss two beau- 
tiful dolls bought for them out 
(if pennies and lialfpennies sub- 
:icnbed by t)ic children of 
trance. These dolls are really 
outstanding. 

CreatKJii.' were designed loi^ 
them, evcniiiK (tie .si .s of the 

costliest mati i ial.v lingerie* of 
exquisite workmanship; day and 
aliernoon outfits; sport.5 elothes: 

and beacli e.i i 

So great was the eagerness to 
have the honor of making these 

narinent.s tli.it .^nrnc of the seam.s 
and embroidery wer^ done by 
dozens of different mrls. each 
sewing her quota of .stitches. 
The dolls, too. have their 



ne» p<»l»lj 
{M'.ll 



• lu- 



ll! ;>in ol a 

Laooj P*rty ap 
U) have *uived the probtcn; 

lH< «'<l in •I^W' 

t«. Bnarantve • ' ' 

rt itnd ( hC Ap UmfLJut Ihr 
. ,, . i population 

I hi div a' 1 ■ 1' ■ • III with the 
vf rnnwMii .> pouty on the land. 



make itn inquiry into the Labor 

TAKiO POWtK 



ri ' 
iM.r 



irnH with the state- 

ne Mini.sf^r »^ Bfitish InventioH May Rev- 
, , when he .^-ld oi^jiioni/e Several Basic 

Industries in Britain 



In intT»'«.>p British agrn ul 
wi: Would be aium- 
' H . M ex)M<rt trade 
1 he nuirr I'mkI 

Hii!.«in ui''-^ lie lt'.•^.^ )»hf »haU 
l,.jvi' til import from nut;«ide U\r 

I , i M ■ ■ Ur less ( ■ 

,. :;, !.. Wll'l II A 

I .( Uiindiiu I he ihieir.M of 
It*; » . ^n inve.-.inienl.'* iji tureign 



|i.>T'li.i.' eixiii'r.e' 



.such a.s Ihf 
iin 

.Ai k.1 a.inf 



I 111 ',1 1: 1 
( 



»i . ■ 
Utr 



]t<im Britain 

rett.ird thi> .state- 
,, ,, , ,.!< e 'ii I lie. I ii.ter 
■ lie 1 I \ b«'i •; •■ ' lie, 
, .\ r\a; ivr Meinber-s 
I >i me agrlrul- 
,, A 1 II Up in arms 

o re ihi:> »ai<i the (arm 
e'. Ill the n»Bt election 
TtlML WA« Rirc 
i i'M- I ,•( um-vlances with 
i; ri . : ■■^fu andthnusandx 
,• oj production 
. I .j: I.I ' ime WAS ripe lot 
l.«h*.>r Pany 

adopt thr 

.1 . . ..(1 ' ;i. <>i guaran- 



LONDON "BUPt— An inven- 
ti which If practical may 

!«■■. ..uti.ini^e the elertricai. v.ds 
< <i inal indii.stne>. i.v bemu per- 
lei ted by a British company 

Its inventor, a Stench scien- 
tist, claim-^ ttiat it will extract 
eierfiical puwer froni .sunlight 
.iiid (M> all the work of 

eratuiK .station 



neckla 

JKWkLKV SLTS 
One set is in white and red 

oral, in.set with diamonds. The 
other is of lapis luzull. white 
coral, and blue enamel, on gold 

miaul with diamond.s 

The smallest watch in the 
world, mounted in a plain plat- 

; mum rxpapdinR biacclef was 
made l(jr Pnnce.s.s EU^utbelh by 
' craftsmen who vied with each 
other for the honor of having 
I part in its production. • 
1 The watch was the gift of 
I President Lebrun. and is con- 
! tained in a case emblazoned with 
'with the initial 'E' and a crown 
' in gold. Tlie bracelet is not \ 
jeweled, as it was thought more 
suitable for a young girl that it 
should be plain 

The Kinu and tjueen also re 
ceived valuable gills from the 




Filing Records of 
Relief Insumnce 



Nearly Milliun Booklelfe a Day Han«lle(J[^in Busy" 
SeaMoli<^Ledger Aecoutitii Fottteti to the 
Minutf — Rogues' Gallery Right Up 
4oJ)a|e at Scotlaiiil Yard 




B> OLANVIU-I ZtAf^ 

LONDON (BUP).— This is the time of year wheji a small 
army of clerks— now — rather latter than' usual — is em* 
ployed in connection with- -t he -w iewploynient oi -other 
people. Every one in this country who is ent;a^ed in an occu- 1 
pation within the scope of our Unemployment Insurance Acts 
(and that is the majority of workers) has a small booklet in 
which he mubt affix every week special stamps of a certain 
value. At the end of June in each year the books aie lull oT^ 
stamps and they must be surrendered to the authonties \or 
checking ^nd cancellation and new books are issued in their 
stead. 



Thche English bcliuuiboy* Are Memberi oi an Exploring 
Unexplored Wilds of the Northern Tip of Newfoundland. 

Euston Sution. 



' Party Whitii U to Make a Trip Through the 
The Pa 



farty Waa Photographed as It Arrived at 



Transvaal Mining 
EstabUshes New 
, Records by Output 

Over £7,0(K),000 Again Produced in Gold — ^Ex- 
tensive Expansion in Recent Years Gives Good 
Reason for Optidiism in S. Africa 




A Rl'SH PKKIOU 

For lliis purpose, among others, 
there is maintained at Kew, on 
the western ouUskirls of London, 
the Ministry of Labor's Claims 
.i:id Record Ofllce Normally 
aboul 3,uuu people work there; 
in rush perioib ttmnrtncreased 
to abd\jt 3 250. One Of these rush 
perToers is juiy: 

Just after the end of June 

the.se expired books are dis- 
patched Irom the local labor 



entries in the.se are minutely 
clasi»ihed so that deteciives con- 
cerned in aii> 11.11 ticular case 
can tell m a nunute w heeler 
their quarry is known as a spe- 
cialist 111 any speciaUaetf line of 
"busine.ss." — 

A BrSY LOT 

These phiii. .i;' h men are a 
bu.sy lot. Aiiuint; other things 



Ministry of Health in Eng- 
land Has Farm to 
Breed Insects 



I.s called the helio-rlcctrlc ' 



* French people. The City of 

'Paris presented the Kinp with a 



J 



It 1., Cigarette case, inset with a I the two pievioiis months 

' mannificent sapphire, carved | wnh inoduct.nn m l o 
I with the Royal cipher, while 
people all over the country sub- 
Iscnbid to present to the (jueen 
la beaulilul collection of Lalique 
t4la.s.s ■ objeUs d art, ' suitable for 
, table decoration. 



OHANNKSBURG.— The Transvaal mining industry has 
established keveral new records. Aided by the longer 
working month of twenty-six days, the production and 
value figures for May show substantial advances over thoee of 



LONDON 'BUP' - One of the 
most beneficent institutions in 
England is the Ministry of 
Health's mosquito farm at 
Horton. 

Here :i .11 . : ;' t. > UiC London 

County founcils Mental Hos- 
pital, mosquitoes are Bred for I jiip book 



exchanges throughout the coun- 
try to the Kew headquarters 
done up In sack.s First of all the 

stamps in tho i ks are perfor- 

ited to prevent their bcmg used 
minr" This is done by elec- 
; illy operated machine^ which 
.i;. 1 un by Rirls at speeds aver- 
amnn 9.001) books an hour. After 
that the books are sorted into 
the local ofAces of origin: then 
into hundreds in each local 
.series, and last into numerical 
order; then they are posted to 
the accounts of the millions of 
insured per.sons Finally the 
books are filed with the preced- 
ing year's books of each indi- 
vldiial owner and the book of 
the yeai' before that cocs nway 
to be stored in Lancasture ior six 
years. 

It is a marvel of organization, 
s arrive at the rate of 



tff(\ pricr^ h>r the farmer.n^one 

■ , . M • Bri'1-h 
ihat in 

H 



I Ilia ii *i I'"" 
l^Hjanrt Vxfwifts f.K>d' Then the 

L.ti-' i !■ ■ ■ I ■ r'lmin 

ai« ' : « iuiOti.' ■ aiirt re- 
diii»|.'hr prier txtm-rn what the 
piihjie piiy<> and w iat the farmer 
ifcrl'' •• Ttiey pmpti.s^ ti> ap- 
p I .HM I'di'ural rom- 

a.. L.tdr uii ol grnwer-t 

" wi u'k^rw and rofisuitief a. 

, - ; ...d 



u'l I.' I itiim I I'll. . .mO a 
of thew wired together on the 
roftf of a building and con- 
neitfd with .storage batteries, 
will produce at le.ist si.xtv am- j 
pere.n an hour even on the dull- 
est day. It is claimed On a 
.sunny day the supply is mul- ' 
tiplied by ten 

An official at the National 
Phyntral Laboratory, where the 
cell ha.s undergone te^t.^. said "it 
definitely produces electricity." 

Other M.'ii'. '~ .ire skeptical. 
Profp.s.sor A M. Low, the wcU- 
kn<»wn phy.slcist. is quoted as 
sayiiiR Mi.it while in theor> thel 
cell had iinmen.se po.vsibililies. ] 
in practice It was not srlentlf- 
nn is an [ po.v«lble to produce more 

v^y^. I power . than would move Ihe 



LENDING lltiRARY 
BRITAIN'S ODDEST 



f»a i a. 1 'i/i' i • \i 1 ai2rirul- 
lure !•. nni a new t limit m thu 

.1 Acrii 11. ■ !ire 'iida\ is 

a4:> I' iiiri'eri with board.s 
lirsiaiied 'o tcerp M<me of the 
•arnoTs .»t i^.l.^t oii t heir f wr'rr. > 
hi.' Mii-M' tvintd^ ti i\e ni)t b»-eii 

' 'I are tar 

;h I. ,»..i i.,ai H ,' o .lids which 
guarrfite^ pr.ie> and really 

w<> Ki '1 ' .■■!■< ' • ii.pd p\en 
• - ■ ■ t ..xWr n( 

M I M U\t PNOP%<. \M>% 



nee dl e o f a meter. 

ESCAPED DEATH b7 
.ING 

Fel-nelv twenty .\eai--old Olrt 
sfjident. f^ll from j her bicycle 
'ir|der the wheels 'of a steam 
tractor she remetnherrd how a 
character In . a book .she had 
once read escaped death while 
in thr .lame predicnment by ly- 

ii't p'Tfi'-th iVul 

Fl»'t\ ri,,t irnc .Tod after 



jX)NUON I BUP I. — Among 
many "record>r"chilmed by the 
LMS Railway are those of pos- 
.se.ssiiiR the most unusual lend- 
ing library and the windiest 

■ 't tatiqn m th e eoun lry. — 

The library is located in the 
waitini; -room of Oar.-dale Sta- 
tion I Yorkshire I on the mam 
RECALLING NOVEL Ime between Leeds. Carlisle and 
T • .— I Scotland, and lt^ only patron.-^ 

L|oN£)ON/<BUP' — Wlien Betty jafe the railwavmrn stationed at 

Ifly .spot m the moun- 
fftin.s. ftnd their families. It has 
a collection of 150 books Many 
of Ihe books are o[ f!,e VictoiKin 
■ ImptovinR ' kind, but latierly 
modern fiction has bften added ^ 
The library was bequeathed to 
'the station staff . some forty 
years ago by two «W4adie.s who 



11) 2^)1 have been hioken. and after the 
oiiiii r .(i valued at 17.109.- ei.rl of July the nionthlv >!old 

276. tlie output for the second j output will exceed 1,000,000 fihe 
time in history exceeds the*' ounces every month. 
1,000,000 ounces and £7.000 00(1 
mark. beatuiR the previous rec 
ords established last .March b 
6,73.5 ounces and t4').977 

The new record wa.^ hclp»ci 
con.siderably by the appe. trance 
of the new producer. Van i)yk, 
w hich made a maiden return of f 

6. "284 ounces, though even with- | — — 

out these ngures the old records ; Southampton Will 

1 minus nf Atlantic 




1'5 SASE 
IN 01, BRITAIN 



would ha\'e been surpas.sed. 
PLEASING H ATI Ki: 

Another piei^ing fcaUuc .of 
May's returns is the native lafwr 
figure, whi( h unexpei tedly rose 
to the new record of 334,914, 

With two more large mines, 
Grootvlei and SA Lands reach- 
ing the production st.iRe in Ihe 
.necond half oi thl.^ year, more 
recorqs will undoubtedly be cs- 
iabll.sjied for hmnage milled, 
out))u|t of gold, dividends and 
moiiel expended on wages and 
stores. 

The ex' I : . > • - im : , 'lu : hat 
has tukeii piuce in rtccnt yiara 
in the gold mining mdu.sii-y con- 

:inued throunhoir 193V. .md tiie 



purpose of infecting nearly a million a d.iy 

.MILLIONS OF A( rOI NI S 
Ail this routine is by no means 
the whole course of labor 

labor. 

Ledger accounts have to be 
opened in respect of every indi- 
vidual insured per.son, and while 
the.% totaled up when the of- 

hce was set up some twenty -five 
substantial 1 y^^rs ago— at about four or five 

millions, today the total is some ^ So they cannot tell you of the 

I sixteen or .<«eveiit4«en millions , interesting instances ol lost keys 
Bp Tpp- ! Ihc farm are the descendants of ' T'^'"^*' '''flKf'' a^' "'"" ■ kepi , or lost boxes, or the iiiiporiaiit 
a sinKle mo.squlto taken from ' 1'"^^"^ "P ' lie nuinife (.lllcial papers occa.sionally found 

the Th.imes Vailev five viars 



the .sole 
'patients. 
, The malaria treatment which 

produces extreme tempei .it ures. 
I has been found the most ef- 

fiM w.iy of curiim '1:' disease 
j Statistics for the la.^A ten years 
I .show that between 12 and 15.3 
'per (■'!.' "f tlie patient.s thus 

treated ii.tve been di.scliarKed 

( iired and 8 4 per cent dis- 
jCharviKl showing 
; impi nvemeiit, 

i .All the 27 1)00 mo fiuitoes 



they are frequently called on to 
attend courts List Near on 348 
occasions. Al.so they go to the 
scenes of crimes— u.sually mtiT* 
ders or b\ii burglaries, etc last 
year on 3K3 occa.-ion.s, they must 
record, too. m pii t\iies. all ml^.^- 
ing persons, abandoned children, 
and the ladies and gentlemen 
whom the police poljtely!. Miy 
they wisli to interview." 

Anyhow, the very latest re- 
vised albums are now in private 
circulation among the very select 
clientele of Scotl.ind Yard. 
A lirm with sealed lips. 
I suppose it does not occur to 
many people when they sea 
.Miiueone in Whiteluill carrying a 
red or bl.i. k olhclal dispatch box 
lo Woi.dei who ni.ule Ilie box. 

SPKC lALS L\ U«>XES. 
I Well, all these CK>Teniiment 

1 boxes, for at lea.vt a v:ei:eraIion 
past, have been made m Lontlon 
In a little .square in Blacklriars 
• butll In lKi)5 and named after' 
Nelson' by a liim established in 
1820. They make ail m.iiin. i id 
ofllclal dlspftlch ( a.ses, bags and' 
lor ! boxes, for Prime Mini..ters, Cab- 
' met Minis'ei . heads of depart 
inenhs and so on down to olhc lal 
me.s.sengers. 

But you won t get much m 
formation from ihe liim or i*s 
workmen hei.iu..e the.i uph H>e 
sealed by the Olliciai ttecrel* Act. 



and 



pa.s.srd over her she emerged un- 
hurt 



on the lorfiply 
rallwaymen. 



.situation of the 



Empire Air Services 

.SOUTH A M P T O N ' BUP • 
After year.s of controversy, 
Southampton ha.^ been chosen 
as the world's rommerriU air 
ba«e~terminus of the Atlantic 
and Empire ^services of the 
future ] 

Although nnl financial details 
have been settled, it Is believed 
that Sl.S 000 00(1 will br .iprnt on 
the biRpest cf ilnmercial an dork 
yet planned It will be built o: 
Southampton wafer, east of the 
mam shippiiiK channel, near 
Net ley Castle and w ill be QWned 



Union s total production lor the ] by the Air Minl.'*try. 
„ , , H r . o V, H . u . u . u y'ar; reached the record figure Ol j "smee the .start of the Empire 
the tractor and tour irallets had . lived ne.irby. and who took pi lyJjLl .734.574 fun ouii< e, one-third I fivmn-boat .services -K»rtif hamp- 



— ...i.' 'i pui .ug ou; .*'me veryj 
I rTei'Mvf prcTpacanda with its 

*!h i'.i 1'.;^ .ind 1' • ■ "If Its 

. ' ■ I ' , e'.s and 

"'• •■ • '"' -"tH '• t«-tjnng 

''J.._^*"* /»'.■<. a 1. 11 
• At pfr'<rn' aeruirtfnTV la in 
. . jjf^ 

' " ' , • .ding to 
r.-sr— Tf.fl "J.e ix>op,e who (jft the 
m < ' air tt)f fniddle men For 
r> !■ ,■ f thr f.irn^efK h.i\r been 
k.' ■ . w •» it«i.'i\ It c.ib- 

f>*ttr> »i!ue the I; iiMWife ha.s 
t»rrr pajrint threepence for aach 
I'.iM-i.tcr II' I i"vri iiment .spends 

|.,-.4! v. *l.. I.ui HIHI ;| ,,, Jiub- 

*!' 1 ' III >••» : .sub - 

»irt> I .1 iiis aiUT. f.* h\r Ahiilings 
per hundredweight, and in the 
pa.st- three years has cost the 
l oun'rv abtitit 150 wlO.tXiO. of 
^•tr.'Ji only ab«>ut laOjBOOJM 
reached (he jifodiicrr The mid- 
dle man goi thr rent 

Tito UntM rmm 

' ■ ■ I ;idil ill the . I : ■ : J 
1 . < «1 «.th 'nrm bc«« the 
'■>■• Td allowing that 
R 1 ..I'-vr nf *he rhtWrrn 



» o* 

nr I ■ 



wnr*e Wf'Xtx the heart of 



tb' 



•••adwa'. 



.-r L^ihof Fart.v with 

i 'riHB the ir 

. Hers,, 'ha. " . '»- ' ■ 
in ' tilt •■ - A* 




ton water has been the tem 
ptnary headquarters of Im 

perlal Airways, but con.siderable [ 



ago. N(jn-infected and therelore 
harmle.ss in.sects are kept in an 
i.solatPd hut. and inlecled ones 
are tonlmed m g.iu^e-netted 
cages in the laboratory The 
latter, whi^h have been allowed 
to feed <pn the bloold of a 
mal.Ti '.a vie' nil, .ne r;iji,il;le of 
transmiy iijig the inlccllon 

Not nniy the- Hortf>n| institu- 
tion, but Inospitals all /over the 
country ate supplied Iwith in- 
fective mopqultoes from Hibrton. 

yNDERVAiyATIOr 
IAS PtRSISTLNT. 



because- all claims have to be 
dealt with very rapidly. The 

motto of Ihe nfTi( f v. Mie el.iim- 
anl must not be kept wading 
The Insurance benefits start 
from three day.' from Ihe allow- 
ance Of the claim The Kew of- 
f:( t I. ' Mve.s the claims from the 
I'x a; ofiici's. t|ie whole Insurance 
record of : he flalm.ant Is checked 
and as a rule the reply to the 
claim rec Mved m 'he rnorning Is 
■sent ofT fhe ^.^me afternoon. 
Incidetifall^, Kew l*i 6np of thr 



in them when thTy a\<- m m fr.r 
rejiair, or how th. •, , : . , ; ,i \,, i v 
se/ reily and iii. t. u k to 

iht ofllcial concirneu. Nor can. 
they talk of the locks which no 
master key can undo 

Many of tlie more unportant 
boxes seem to have been made 

lo la.^l foi ever A.s witno.sjii the 

HudK' I Hox made in ISb'J which 

.M: ( ...ifl.stohe as Chanqeltor of 

the Exchequer carried and which 

has been earned by eai h sut- 

. ' ^ ^ , " ive Chancellor from that day 
few- of dur public nfflces where iq t^js 

the stafi is allowed to smoke 



one -third I 

of the to'i.ii produi tiuii of the ' 
world, which is estimated al j 
3.^.000.000 fine ounces ] 

New records were al.-.o eslalj- ! ficijif ^ has been i xperienccd i If n-.shilling 
li.shed in the number of tons both with tides and with .ship- I 
treated, the number of per.sons p^g jhe newi^'r'" - h of water 

chosen for the an i).i.se Is one 
mile long and nearly a quarter 
nf a mile wide It will be re-' 
ycd for the ' exi lusive u.sc of 



employed, the sal'arles and wages 

paid and the stores cfin.-umed 

These lact.s are contained in 
the rei>or; of the Oovernment 



.Mining Engineer tot 1937, whlcir"! alrr 
has Just been released 

The previou.s prodiiciion rec- 
ord ll,5o8 532 fine ounces was 
estabUshld m 1932. and the 1936 
i'mure was tl, 336 214 hue ounces 
U;'h the exitpiioii of tv^ellty- 
'. ' ..ice.., :i;; the gold 
( : 'din ed in the Unimi la.sl' year 



aircraft ' 

The importance of the South- 
ampton ba.se will come m a few 
years' time. It will be the British 
[starting point lor British At- 
: lal. tic., f l y i n g -boa U .and, will use I covered 
I Foynes, Ireland, purely as re- 
I fucllng~J>a.se. Fiench and Ger- 
man .services acro.ss the North 



AUCKLAND. New Zealand 
roup A i-50 bank not^ (S2S0) 
innocently masqueraded .t a 
note '$3 50 1 md 
changed hand.s f ■ .'•s before 
its true value was di.sc(jvered 

A woman gave her son a £50 
note believing it to be lOs . and 
the .son gave it to the minister 
who married him The minister 
— tV^iW f 'n- hnr irardener for his 
day s wa^fs and the gardener 
handed it over to his grocer in 
payment of a small bill. 
It was the grocer who dls- 



while at work Apparently the 
rule Justifies if.self. 

THi: Rora FS' c.Allfry 

Arrnrdmg "» a- well-known 
I b<X)k on Scotland Yard ' prl.s- 
-1-oners ar^ photoqraplied in pri.son 
as a matte^ of routine only if 
they have been sentenced to 
penal servitude or f/i ^)ll/:<; 
supervision In other ca.ses tiic 
pfjlice, if they want photographs, 
have 16 make application to the 
pri.<.ort'-^'overnor " 

What is kr.own collect ivf lv, as 
Ihe Rogues Gallery- that Is to 
say the Yard's collection of 
photographs 
da'e Las! year 
V.ird pt.oi .ci.iphers turned out 
103.941 new pictures, ftgalnst the 



LONDON'K QI EKR TRADES 

This IS Ihe lime when the 
skeleton trade booms, mainly 
becau.se medical school- aat- 
Ung ready for their An' .i 
Moils and their sUKks havi to 
be overhfauled and students are 
buying them, for their— home 
studies. 



A as produced in the Transvaal, , ^d^.^^,, ^j,,^ .^^^^ 

'h';1^ ^' o '«or?/,«^ "^'^ir European headquarters 

rand being IU.829,341 fine ounces ; ^.j,,,,, ,,,, ^Kular North and 

MORE EMPLOYES 1 South .•Xtlant., .service.- ar# 

Employment rtgilrrs r i ;..d M.iivd by Brjta.ii. South ^-^mp- 

ne\v totals of 35.888 Europeans , ton will be the bu.'»iest CQuyner 

and 28:876 colored workers 

Tiie prevalCAae rate of t.iibi r 

( uio.s;> among mine natives 'Aas 

reciui ed by 44 p<>r cent. 

.J,. lolal number of ar 'idents 

reported 



the true value of t!,f 
not* ■ -and- r ep orte d it to the 
poller, whd through a bank ' 
traced the woman owner. " I 



on Tran.sv.i.i. troid. 
mines m l'^37 was 14 'kU. lom- 
pared with 14.568 in 1936 They 
resulted in, forty-nIne"Europear. 



clal flying port in the world. 

Bottle lA>tt€r 

Ar riven at Last 



MELBOURNE BUP' A let- 
ter aas ptIT into » bottle and 



and 7"23 colored deaths and in I flung overboafd from a troop- 
ir.:uries to i 7«». Eurofjrans and I ship bv an Australian .soldier 
IL'Hiii red employees Thr ! twenty two years ago It ha.*; 
number of Europe»i»-^'4eaths lju.sl been recriv/d.by hts wlf< in 
from accidents in 1936 wa.s .sixty ■ Sotith Australia 



and of colored deiaths (60. while 
1 .S90 whites and 12,705 colored* 
were Injured, 

Thr a4«etdrf>» dr?<' h r at e f or all - 
South African n-... in 1937 was 
2.04, that for i d mmr'^ bring 



The Ori 



tCUTTLED BY THE GERMANS 2 09 and the c^te for coal mines 

Ru.fMrM, % %6r\ haMlc%htp. h«« hfon MlvaffH from ^^''^K 

•* and towtd to fee .htalMl a^ at,, Rdeyth, Sir.rr the rnd,*-,' las; year .«rv- , 

ftcotland ^ ^eral monthly production records! Mas Severm.aoon afterward. 



Lieutenant Blunt wrote the 
message in pencil on his way t.9 
the Great War in the trotjpship 
Uly.s.s e a, In pne rnrner wa.- in- 
.scribed Wli: the f.nder pleajte 
forward to M. (. Severin, Bu- 
dunda, 8 ~ Australia " 

Lieut Blunt returned to 
A'.,«*r.-»;'.;» Ir lf)19 ard marr.ed 




* So London's sole (?• skeleton- ' 
numger, if that s the -Aord, says 
"My spei imeii.-, ( ome from all 
over the w(irld. but I never know 
the Identity ol .th» skeletons I 
receive and I rarely get a com- 
plete one Thry nearly always 
i"s now'VTphl'uD to i f^^Uiroken in transit and my 

the'S^aildT" \" ^h'rn^t.,gethrr again V 
as Uy make a frame m thr right 
proportions it is no use- pijttuig 
a long: arm on a short body Thr, 
anatomy srh'Kjls would swjn spfjt 
il^^^Nor would thry like a male 
and frmale arm on the same 
body andv'less still two jrft 
legs*- 

WIIJING TO WOKK 
IN LONEiy PUCE 



previnus year's output of 86.192 
A' well as tin,-; the ph'^toera- 
pner'\ .section kept up to date 
thr album used throughout thr 
Metropolitan Police area '^ht 



PROTECTS THE COASTLINE 
S'» in-h jfuftd of the Ceaif Defence Artillery m action during the com 
1 biiMd coast dafeaca- aaar^aaa sofBewhere oa the laat Coaat of Eaflaad. 1 Bntuh citka. 



LONDON BUP.. There are 
at least twenty young womrrj in 
England who are willing to gt»e 
up .''iv I' ... and vyeial life f .. 
three ;, e;irs. live on a diet, of 
muMdn and wrjir ovrreoals all 
year round. 

When the board of education 
advertised for two voung school 
1' her-; 'o K'. '• Falkland 
Isiands. 3W mi.e- •■ ■t<n o f 'Wo uth 
Amrrira for three- year*, it did 
not paint a ro.sv pic'iire of life 
in this lonriy upof whrrr nhrepr 
raUin? i:>! thr- main Induntry and 
the temperature U' never higher 
than 40 degrees even in 0um< 
m«r It «a« therefore, sur- 
prised to rrcejvr appliraijons 
from ♦w^rty girls ■ resldtnf in 



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